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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 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
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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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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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Death of Mr. James R. White.
IITTITTITT The readers of this paper will re-
gret to learn of the death of MIr. Jas.
0 iR. White, which occurred Monday
U night at the home of his mother in
Citra.
% Mr. WVhite has heenI an invalid for
Sa nuinler of years and for the last
-1 several years has been living in Colo-
A P E R I reo radio in h-oe. that its climate would
a E restore hint t o health but was dissa-
-on l)inted and a few month- ago return-
ed hol 1 e to )die.
2 g He was a son of tlhe late Rev. D. L.
for I;,w stkk. White and Mrs. Etuiua A. White,
-a who still survives him, and a brother,
SMr. Chase. W. White, o f itra and
New York City.
Thle deceased was a most estimnable
)RUG STORE Vol y11n man ;ind led a ,laimleless life.
9 When a very younl l n lhe developed
X a great genius for telegraphy and
la whieii uite a lad made several ,cvietn-
lOria.* m titfilinventions anil had lt alth beelti
-- spared him nhe w4uld no doult hiave
-1 'leveloped into a great inventor.
0 We extend our sympathy to his
-. aged n other and brother.
h iThe body of our y,,ung friend Wa-s
laid to rest Wedu.l* ay at theold fani-
S.- f ily burial cround at Orange Spring-.
St. Augustine Wants the State Fair. ILev. F. l zs(o ofticiating.


The, citizens of St. Augustire are
nithusiia-,ie for havitir the next state
tair held there and holding it later in
the- pw4asln.
The Ancient City will be an ideal
p;:ive for it and if held later in the
s4-M-,, would not only bIt witnessed
toy large niifiewrs of our home people
hut i(y thousands and thousands of
sI ranger.,..
And no city in the state could han-
dle the -crowdsi more -uccessfully.
Marion serves notice thIt wheth, r
held in St. Augustine, Tallahassee,
I'ensaeola, Tampau r Miani -whether
lit-el in November or February-
..he- will lw there just the sime
:a14d will .tloture the first prize or
know tihe reason why.
Later Date For the State Fair.
The date f.r the state fair isagainst
the leninsiular of the southern section
of thit state making a creditatle dis-
pl'-*y. We hope the next one will Ibe
hl,d in February, when this section
will ew able to make a display and the
state, is full of vi-ittors to -ee it. The
|orsiu, ts of the n rthern and western
co'unties can be kept until spring
without detra ting froum their value
f.r a dlispilay.-Orlando Reporter.
seautifal Clear Skies.
Hierbine exerts a direct influence on
the I.owels, liver and kidneys,, purify-
ing and streni-rt.hening these organs,
and maintaining them in a normal
eot.dition of health; thus removing a
4'IMuuImoii cause of yellow niothy greasy
,kin. and more or lesi of pimples,
t-lotches and blackheads. 54Jc at the
Anti-Monopfoly Drug Store. ni
Mr. C. K. Taylor, proprietor of tie
,Mpular fruit antd confectionery estab-
lttshment in the Dunn btlok, hIs
inaugurated a new feature by servini.g
oyater- in all styles, which will add
e-tali-hliment a- in thi. new departure
he. a ill mliake an ettort especially to
1.leas- thue la di piatrols-. lie has made it possible to
do away entirely with the unpleasant
odors arising from the cooking as lie
h:a- flues and hoods over same, which
entirely neutralizes and does away
with the odor- altogether. Besi<;es
,oyters Mr. Taylor will serve buck-
wheat cakes and other hot dishes.
Did you ever figure it up? Do so
and -ee what a tax your old style
wagon iA for the mo'ley invested. They
are not only a tax on you, but on
your horses and on your time. Berry's
\ValtMois run lighter, you can haul
more and they will keep 3ou from the
repair shliop. t
Write \W. B. Berry, Montiv-llo, Fla.;
oSt What of Stovall?
i Should Mc('reary, of (ainesville,
-liecic c nert-ssman; Harris, of
tk-ala, governor, and McBeath, of
Ja.ksonville, state superintendent of
schools it would seem as if the news-
paler fraternity were on top in old
Florida -Palatka Times-Herald.
We make the filling of prescript ions
our special business and with care,
prompt in-ss, 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


Meeting of City Council.
All the member'e of the city council
were present Tuesday night except
Alderman It. E. Ynge.
An ordinance, was enacted prevent-
ing b-iys under certain penalties from
jumpIing on aind off moving trains
passing through the city.
The following petitions for city ofli-
ials, bearing the requisite number of
signatures, were filed ami the parti-es
named therein were declared nomi-
ieet.- for the positions nanied, viz:
For Mayor-M. Fishel, (;. S. Scott.
Alderman, first ward-E. 4'. Smith.
Aldermaj.n second ward-R. E.
Yonge. Edward ('hace.
Alderman, third ward-B. A.
Weathers.
Aldernian, fourth ward-G. A. Car-
michael.
The clerk was etimpowered to have-
the ballots printed and make all other
arrangements f r holding the munici-
pal election.
The council then adjourned.
Still After Oil.
Mr. John V. PIearson, who is hor-
ing a well a few miles south of Sunm-
t-.rville, in Sunter county, in hope.'
of obtaining an oil gusher, was in the
city Friday and says that he has
hot nmade aniy progress in the last
three or four weeks. At that time
the expert hi'rers unfortunately
struck quick sand and were unable to
go an inch below it. ('asing and
other apparatus had to be secured
which are now on the way from Pitts-
burg and as soon as they arrives opera-
tions will immediately proceed. The
well is now 15IN) feet deep and the
indications at all depths are most en-
couraging, and Mr. Pearson has the
utmost faith in the outcome. The
borers are under contract to bore
3,4IMN feet and it is believed that if a
gusher is to bie struck at all it will be
struck before that depth i, reached.
A Dangerous Month.
This is the month of coughs, colds
and acute eatarrh. Do you catch cold
easily? Find yourself h.iarse, with a
tickling in your throat and an-innoy-
ing cough at night? Then, yon
should always have handy, a bottle
of Ballard', Horehound Syrup. J.A.
Anderson, 3-i54 West 5th St. Salt Lake
City, writes: 'e use Ballard's
Horehound S% rup for eoughsand colds
It gives immediate relief. We know
it's the liest remedy for these troubles.
I write this to induce other people to
try this pleasant and efficient rem-
edy." 2 5e 50e and $.N.4 at the Anti-
,Monopoly Drug Store. m
Reading Club.
An interesting meeting of the Read-
ing Club was held with Miss Emily
Ford Friday afternoon.
The poet Shelly was the study for
the afternoon. The history of his life
and works was studied and discussed
by the club and proved very instruc-
tive.
Miss Ford and Miss Violet Harris
read selections from his lyrical poems,
the former, "The Cloud,"' and the lat-
ter the "Ode to a Skylark," which
were both very much enjoyed.
Each member of the club was pre-
pared with a current event which
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THE


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STORE I


TIE COLD WEFTIER


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 are a few prices-


Men's Very Heavy Fleeced Underwear,
Men'u Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
Boys.' Very Heavy Fleeced Underwear.
Boys" Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
Ladle"' Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
Iuadie' BeNt Ribbed Underwear, *
The Best Men's Top Shirt. in Ocala for


* t19 eentN.
a 23. cenlt,.
* 29 cent".
10 to 2. eentN.
23 centN.
S839 cent s.
10 centN.


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.


1000 BOYS' SUITS TO BE SOLD 11i)

AT A SACRIFICE,


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STORE


OCALA, FLA.


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Death of Mrs. Baker.
Mr. Charlotte Frances Baker, moth-
er of Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson of
this city, died at her home in Indian-
apolis, Ind., on November 10th, after
an illness of a number of months.
The deceased has visited in Ocala a
number of times and has many friends
here who will be grieved to learn of
her death, and this paper joins with
them in extending its sympathy to
Mrs. Anderson and other relatives in
their bereavement.
A Liberal Offer.
The undersigned will give a free
sample of Chamberlain's stomach and
and liver tablets to anyone wanting a
reliable remedy for disorders of the
stomach, biliousness or constipation.
This is a new remedy and a good one.
-Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
A Great Deer Slayer.
Mr. J. D. Williams, ex-marshal of
Ocala, has perhaps killed more deer
than any man in Florida, and he is
not yet an old man, and has retired
from the chase for some years. The
notches on his stick number more
than six thousand.
Every weak point is strengthened
01 done away with in Berry's Patent
on his Improved Wagons. They are
strong, they run easy, they save horse
flesh, they are made for service, they
will give satisfaction and cause you
to ask your friends to buy Berry 's
Improved Wagons. 4
Write W. B. Berry, Monticello, Fla.'
Grapefruit for Liverpeol.
Mr. Syd R. Whaley, of this city,
will make a consignment of grape-
fruit direct to Liverpool by the steam-
ship Critic, which is now at Port
Inglis taking on a cargo of 3,300 tons
of phosphate.


M.


FISHER


The Most Exquisite Line of


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

The latest designs of Black Raised Peerola, from.. .$1.00 to $).26
The latest designs of Broadcloth, in black, green.
castor, navy, brown and royal blue, at.......... .75 to 11.25
Flannel for dresses at from.......................... 35 to .50
Black Henrietta Superior ........................... 75 to $1.25
Black Henrietta from ............................. 35 to .50
Black Silk Warp Cashimere .....................1.(W to $1.;5
Black Cashimere from............................ .1 to .75

The Most Attractive Line of Ladies' Fancy
and Plain Waistings, in the Very Latest
Designs. .
Silk Waistings from ............................ 50 to .95
Flannel W aistings from ............................ .41, to $S .)0O
Flannelette Waistings from......................... .10 to .35

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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IIHE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 21, 1902


AU Stuffed Up
That's the condition of many ufferT,
from catarrh, especially it, the morning.
Gneat difficulty is experienced in clear-
ing the head and throat.
No wonder cAtarrh causes headache.
impairs the ta=te, smell and hearing,
pollutes th- br-.0ih, deranges the stom-
ach and affects the appetite.
To cure catarrh, treatment must be
con*situtional-alterative and tonic.
el was afflicted with catarrh. I took
medicinesi to diterent kinds, eivlng each
a fair trial: but gradually ndrew worse until
I could hardly hear. taste or ernell. I then
concluded to try l'oods Sarsaparilla. and
after taking five butth- : I was curel and
bare not had any return of the disease
since." Eroanc Fo3aEs. Lebanon, Kan.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Cures catarrh-it soothes and str'ng-th-
ens the mucous membrane and builds
up the whole eyetecm.

How f(oo,-h i- the pe-n imi.t.
DI-pondert and torlrn.
Who always when he get' a r'>t.
(;ot'e hunting lr the thrn '
p m:.' a'h- i ttr -t n' -* :
The charm ol lift he kn-ow..
He Vi .'..n t minid a scratch or two
if he can get the ros-c.
,o 4.. not '>. a pe%-imist.
Cank, red with is s-ontent
The onplinist has heap- ol fun
That lew.n't co't a cent
reopletfully referred to the -Aide-
walk croaker.
Mrs. C. P. Me thi- week.
MissChritian Cook left yesterday
for Jackonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred ;. Weihie are
visititg in Tampa.
Mr. Carlo, Sistrunk left yester-day
afternoon for a trip 'o South Florida
on professional business.
Mr. H ill Heoker ret-:rned yestr-rday
aft-.rnoon from a professional visit to
Iovrnerr. e
Mifs Bonnie Dale, after a short
visit to Oeala. returned to her home
at Inverness yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Joe Davis, of Suummerfield, for-
merly of this city, was among our
visitor yesterday.
The thanksgiving turkey is roos tinr
high in price this year the same ais
usual.
Mr. J. A. Reynolds, one of the 0-ms it
planner's staunch friends, of Lynu*'.
paid our sanctum a pleasant visit yes-
terday.
Marshal Gordon, of Dunnellon. was
in the city yesterday on official bu-i-
ne. He says the Phosphate City is
the roiuing town of the interior.
Mr. Sanford Jewett, who is now
working* in Bartow, will go to Orlan-
do the first of Decenilwr to accept a
more lucrative position.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and little son oT
Kummerfield. will spend ne\t week
with Mrs. Mayo parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. V. Newsom.
Mr. Gen. K. Roeilnson went to
,amn-e..ville yesterday afternoon to .'-e
his brlth*-r, Mr. Walter Itolai"-.o'u
who is quite ill.
Mrs. Weaver, sister of Mrs. D M.
Hick, left yesterday afternoon for
Tenuemsee, where she will visit rela-
tive. for son e time
Mr. J. C. Pillana, of Electra, was in
the city yesterday oin business, andl
report everything on the east side of
the Ocklawaha in a flourishing condi-
tion.
Me'srs. M. A. Standley & ('o. have
ince Monday disosed of a ear load
of niules with the exception of four.
As a market for equine flesh Ocala
now leads the state by big odds.


Mr. John Wells, of crystal l River,
had a hearing before C(ommissioner
William yesterday on a charge of
selling whiskey without a license but
was released for lack of evidence.
Deputy Sheriff Holliday, of Dexter,
was in town yesterday, and reports a
murder at that place Sunday night.
Joe Williams shot and instantly
killed Elias Evans, and thus far hlws
suceeeded in evading the officers.
Mr. and Mrs. James Badgqer and
children returned yesterday from
Tampa, where they went to attend
the Confederate veterans reunion.
They left later for their home in Old
Town.
Mr. D. B. Brin.,on, of Lake Kerr.
was liound over for the next term of
the United States court toy Coirniis-
sioner Williarus yesterday oil a charge
of having a whiskey distilling outfit.
Mr. R. M. Waldronu, one1of M;arioi's


JOIi L ROWEL'S DEAT.

Me Was Stricken With Paralysis and
Died Suddenly.
J. A. Rowell, a traveling man, died
suddenly y at the Hinilton House Sun-
C v ,tTr iii I| '1 1 r pjir.s'l 'ao
In- loom 111 .In l e, l e t ak' ., I i
,o'clik Saturday night to pack his
grip. He had paid his bill before
going up stairs and asked the clerk to
send the twbell boy up after the satchel
in a few minutes as lihe wanted to go
west on the 11 :'0i train. Later Mr.
WVilliamson went into the room for
something and obs-rved Mr. Howell
seated on the edge of thie bed with
head lent low. Mr. Williamson re-
lported to Mr. James Cox. who clerks
at the hotel, that the gilest was sick.
Mr. Cox went up' to the rool and eln-
tered. He found the guest oni his
knees clinging t, it e bTd-ide. Others
were hastily suimmion aand tlie
stricken ntin wa;s li'tetl o'oi thle la-e.
Those prs.',.It 1 so-al, t(til lst l b1I
stranger could not spe-'ak. He kept
pulling at one v let :4 tlthough it was
giving hiim pain. Two Ilphyihia.ns
were jlquickly summnont-d aaild were
sooan at the bedside.
They atinnounetd thmt the patient
had suffered a stroke of alapl, xy.
The naladsv arni.e up at him snuddet'ly
and violently. There was a :io-s of
sensation, vluntiry Inotioni anld Iin
tellect or thought whliilst restsirat ion
and the act ion otrf the heart still con-
tinued. For two hours the patient
.utTered intense avoniy.
Every assistance possible was given
to relieve him, but at 1 :3.' a. in. he
breathed his last, his soul takinii its
light into the unknown future.
The deceased was a minrried. niani
and was about 46; years of are. He
represented the Heraal Shole ai npst-
ny which is repre-iented in Bristol by
W. J.1. Crack. Mr. Howell held the
important position of traveling audi
tor of the cOiatmany, his duties being
to visit all towns in which thie .mou-
pauy owns slice stores and take stock.
All day Saturday he was with Mr.
Carmack at the shoe store on stite
street, taking stock. They worked
together until about 11 o'clock wlien
the work was conpl.-ted andi the
auditor went to his hotel.
Mr. Rowell registered from oi Bston,
Mass., but was traveling out of Mleim-
phis, Tenn. It was.. learned that his
wife was in Hirninihiila ari, Ala., and :t
telegram was sent tao her asllress. She
wired iack asking tlimta t remains
be shipped to the local lodge of Kniili ,f lPythias.
The deceased wa~ a Pyvthian and
the remains were taken in charge oby
the-m in this city.
A. S. McNeil anl Son, umndertakers,
took charge of the body and prepared
it for shipment. Al( details w,'re
looked after by Mr. ('arniack amil
others and the remains were shill-,e
to Florida oaj the vestibule this iiorla
itllr.
The deceased was klown by :a
number of l,,hople in Blristol in i plas s-
ing way. He was a man of tine physi-
que and from outward appearancest
was a healthy niatn. Those who know
himn speak in the highest terms of
him, and regret to learn of his sudhieta
death.
Many Bri-tol people went to the
hotel and ottered their services, will
ing to give any assistance possiblle.-
Bristol ,Tenn. News.
Marion County Premiums.
Following is a list of the premiums ti
awarded to state fair contribtutors int
this city:
Mrs. W. P. Haisley-Hest wine, S1 ;


best fruit cake, Vf ; best cotton I a'ch
work quilt, $.-,. Vo tal $2..' .
Mrs. T. 1). Lancaster-Best fancy
apron, 50c; best specimen tatting, -''('.
Total, $1.
Mrs. Bate Perdlut -Best specimen
point lace, l.
Miss Tranttiham --Ilet point lace
handkerchief, 'l.
Mrs. L.. E. Waterman--lte.-t drawn
work centerpiece, .
Mrs. I onm Sexton -Best e:almroider-
ed train cover I1.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour-l-est hotnt
made butter, :1.
Mrs. 0. \W. R -agan--Be.t haby ipil-
low case, S t' '.
1Mrs. (.aasly-- Best emb roitdered
center piece and sofa pillow, each i1.
Total, $2.
Miss Ethel Sinclair --lIett embroid-
ered 4pholto frame, 4t<.
Mrs. J. A. kDeWee-se--lest Batten-
berg table cover, $1.
Miss Alice Votzt-Best chenise, 50c;


Leavongood- Perry.
Wednesday at twelve-thirty o'clock
Miss Lulie Luotta Leavengood, of this
city, and Mr. James Watt Perry, of
Dunnellon, were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony by Rev. L. B.
Warren., of the Baptist church.
The w..dliir oteok Danoe at the
i'iiie orit he tori-le's areiats on N I'aiid street, and was witnessed by a
ntanmber of friends and relatives of
the contractitng parties. The entire
house was beautifully decorated with
with evergreens and chlrysanthemu ms.
At the appointed hour the bride
entered lihe parlor with her brides-
maid, Miss Ada Turnipseed, both of
whom wore beautiful white organdies
and carried bouquets of white chry-
sanir heniurns.
The groom entered with his hest
mian, Mr. Eugene 8. Jones, of Dunn-
ellon. Mr. Warren in an ianpressive
nianiner lpronounclied the happy couple
miani alId wife.
After the c-remionyv tihe gluests- were
invited iito tle ditlig roomil, where -
Iti;i wesdi d inner was served auaiI
miuc'h merriment atnd congratulations
iald best wishes to thle bride and
groom.
Mr. and, Mrs. Perry will be at home
to their friends at Dunnellon after
Nov. 21.


Lederer- Berlack.
At five o'clock Wed nesday afternoon
at the home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Chlarie Lederer,No. 36 West Third
street, in Jacksonville, Miss Nellie
Alma Lederer and Mr. Abe S. Berlack
were united in marriage by Rev. I).
1I. Wittenherg, rabbi of the Jewish
-ynairogue in that city.
The happy event Was a prominent
one in Jacksonville Helbrew circles.
The ibril e was attended by het caous-
in,, Mi..- Nellie Richlui-in, of New
York
Mr. Berlitk is a well known travel-
iner man, iwho makes Ocala his head-
quarters, and his bride is well known
here, having been a visitor to our city
on severall occasions.
Mr. and Mrs. PBerlack will be at
home in a few days to their friend.- in
this eity.
The O,'ala Banner extends its cou-
gratulations and best wishes to the
happy couple.

Methodist Sale and Supper.
Next Tuesday night the nldies of
the Methodist church will give a big
turkey supper at the armory at which
it is lioped that everybody will be
present. A delightful evening is
promised all who attend.
Be-4ides the supper there will be a
number ot elegant articles particular-
ly suitable for Christmas and other
presents for sale. Most of these ar-
ticles will be on the "rememrbraice
table" and were donated by former
residents or visitors to our city, there-
by adding to their value. There will
also be- quite a tiumber of articles for
sal-e whi'h were rtiat1-e by the- Orala
nna.ml, rs anid frien-:is of lie ,.hurch.
Th, re will tie a anumlber of ways of
entertaining g the visitors and t hea
evening will lie one full of pleasure.
Let everybody goand help a wor lay
eause.
Robbery at Mcintosh.
A thief entered the residence of Mr.
J. 'Pettys at Mclntosh, a few nights
ago and while the occupants were
enjo3 ilig that sleep that comes to those
whio labor and have a good conscience,
the uninvited visitor deliberately
,searched all the rooms and took all
that hl could lay his hands on and
conveniently carry away.
Among other things heapplropriated
was a lady's Elgin watch.
Following are the numbers of the
same, viz: Works, 3.281,247; case.
18,734.
Mr. Pettys hopes that our local
jewelers will make a memoranda of
these numbers as the thief may either
attempt to seller pawn it and if he
does lie wants the law to lay its heavy)
hand upon him.
Besides the watch, rings and other
articles of jewelry were stolen.
Mr. W. R. Porter and wife, Mrs. J.
J. M. Murrell and Mr. J. Y. Pettys,
all of Melntosh, were visitors to
Ocala Wednesday.


Did


It


Miss Mary Alien to Wed Mr. N. a.
Turner.
The following item will be read
with interest by the many Ocala
friends of Dr. and Mrs. Allen and
their family who are well known here:
"Dr. and Mrs. Young J. Allen, of
China. have issued invitations to the
marriage of their daughter, M'ary
l.ouise, to Mr. Henry Selkirk Turner,
of Jacksonville, on the afternoon of
December 10th, at half past five
o'clock at the Mulberry street Meth-
odist church in Macon.
Mr. Turner and his bride will be at
home after January 1st, in Jackson-
ville, Fla., where the prospective
groom is a very prominent young
husineis man.
The news of the wedding is of grept
interest in Atlanta where Miss Allen
has recently spent much of her time
visiting friends. As thle daughter of
the wa-ll known missionary to (hina
who fior the past forty years has spent
his lime ihltoringf in tha. foreign field,
the news of h -r aIppro,,a'hintg niarriiire
is also of widespread interest. Mis
Allen wos born in China, but has been
t oAmerica on several visits and has
spent the past year in this country.
She is a very bright and charring
young woman, anid has a host of
friends who will wish her every hap-
piness in her new home.-Atlanta
Journal.
Methodist Monthly Social.


At her home on Oeklawaha avenue
yesterday afternoon from three to five
o'chlok Mrs. J. M. Barco entertained
the ladies of the Methodist church at
their monthly silver tea.
Mrs. E. L. 'arney and Mrs. M. V.
Newsomn assisted Mrs. Barco in receiv-
ing the ladies.
The afterin'on was pleasantly spent
in social conveis.i'tion and itluring the
afternoon Mrs. 'Carney rendered somue
instrumental imusnic.
In the dining romu delicious choco-
late and wafers were served by Misses
Sue Barco, Annie Davis and Violet
HIarris.
Quite a nuUmber of laidie, were pres-
ent and the social was very pleasant


THE SIZE OF YOUR
account doesn't matter with us-a
number of little ones make big busi-
ness. is Start small if you must-
but start. We have a lot of com-
fortable accounts that grew from
smaller ones. i You can check out
as you please. J A -d A

Munroe and Chambliss,
BANKERS,
Ocala, : : Florida.











Mr. F. E. Malone ik the latest ac-
quisition to the h)-al Ho,1I4u'e wine
room. He cones to, (al:&i fr,,n,
Montgomery, Ala.. where lie hae e.t-i n
connected with the ('limnax ('af-, thue
most popular resort ,of that city. .\,
a mnixologist he has few 0qui1al. hiavin11h
won two gold medals for exce-llmenvy
in his line.

Mrs. Charles T. Brian left ye-tt rkl:y
for ( alveston, Tex.. to visit her farnmal.
Her mother, Mr.. J. J. Dl)'ki-,na., t.e-
comipanied her. Their friistl- t ill te
Leased to now they will r,.turn irl
the spring anld naike .Jaksxn\ illie
their future hioie.- Ja'ksenavle
AMetropolis.

Colonel and Mrs.( H. Perkins airl
Mr. M. Perkiti4. ,of l'r.ividen.it.i. I .
arrived in th* caity ye-,terdlay for the
winter, Mr. Fred l'Prkia- 1 arl| wife


in every way. will arrive in a
A Raging, Roaring Flood daughters of Mr.
will arrive later in
Washed down a telegraph line which will arrive later i
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to -
repair. "Standing waist deep ini icy


water," lie writes, "gave ime a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Nebl., Sioux City and Onmah:a said I had
consumption aid aeuld not live. Then
I began using D)r. King's New Dis-
covery anl was wholly cured by six
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
coughs, colds and all throat and luImg
troubles by Ati-.Monopoly Drug
Store. Price )5c. 5
Mr. Hawkes at the Ocala High School.
Mr. A. \. Hawk,.s, who rendered
his delightful lecture, "Suinshinle and
Shadows" at the opera house Wed-
nesday night to a large and apprecia-
tive amutldii-'e, entertrlined th*e pupils
of the ()'.ala High Scmhool yesterday
nornina with a talk that created
mu hI laughter and enthusiniasm. Mr.
Hawkes is certainly enmitld to his
soubriquet. liHecertaiuly left behind
hirn a big ray of sunshine in the
hearts of both old anad young in ecala.

Editor Carter Married.
Mr. William Iingold ('arter, the
bright and fascinating editor of the
Jacksonville Metropolis, has at last
fallen a victim to Cupid's darts. He
was married it .Jacksonville Wednes-
Jday night at 6:3M0 o'clock to Mrs. An-
nit, Louise Hosmer, daughter of Mrs.
Tibbets, of that city.
The entire press of Florida extend
to Mr. and M!rs. Carter good wishes
and congratulations.
Why Pay Rent? Why Pay Interest?
I'ay off your mortgage without pay-

ing interest. The Fidelity Home
Buyers' Company of ('hicago, Ill., in.
corporate under the laws of Illinois
for $14m,4K), will give any member a
home in from 6 to 12 months, accord-
ing to count ract. I will be at the oiceh
ofJ. E. Bailey every Saturday to re-
ceive applications for loans.
11 21 tf A. M. HI;muIN, Electra, Fla.


Ever Occur


few dlayr and 'lhe
andl Mr-. Perkin-
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aThe Itr- l Virsl <~r ITrier I i~catles a
I.-ake 4 'ay ha".iw- 1a10-1 mt a'ia'~,-in as Ow
vfr I 1.#*tfe st i-a In I t i t Ir a t..ef I# fully.
.Afivlo'mI .v %Ile.-s t. I.kairw amy-
thjarla! aaell *.%-#r% lttaw mif~.-I,4 il,*a.11

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|FAflOUS MILLINERY!I

S Is a Source of Pleasure to Ive'yb*dy If *',* r artI t I
= please, go there; h! : t'yle. will pleas*e u aEind .., 1 11 %- 1 i M.. t
i you are not hard to please, only have ;opt fnIrl t'1f..r. r t.e -, Ip
; and sortinent in the tity, and nolat ,o' i.ompl.'-. Hli-r rs, t .- t.-- aind
Paris pattern.* will readily explain why thii v ti .- ,1 tt f -t 'sin."
able place to buy your winter ha.atwear Mr. .,. 1- .- ,.ft..rt.
I- rha.ve succeeded in establl.hlil g < a biIsi *.-' w' -. a .t** ,* i, Is
-.. ^ founded upon a rom'K. Hler 'r I rl .lI f trial .-- I. at *w Il
vield a benetlt to, everloti,-. Yne i wmiit '** kr ,. aire- etii
,j dressed; quality aind style aiv. ilthat -..'-',. t 'a Ia I *
1. your millinery from IMri,. Torpiikin w istelI ki ** .-,ii .ar. i, ns-
with the b est. A pa-rf,-it '-at-ft.-s toe tii .*t i t U. o*o: ti t. to, -
llat.'. You will wget your inon.ae w.,4re i it a t' .i It. J
thrown iln.
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Ocala for some liy* pool, rot urned111
him home at AIltitilD Wed00nedaY. N
sides being a large ;.basphalte SW
Iumaber nopra'toIr Mr. ar;hena 20a
aere orange grove at Istarhat111ta, II
Hernando) ctuntY. He has. gi"s 14
very careful attoeiatioiianull itia. now
hearing and in lew1kiliiC a- weIll a0.11111
ojf the famous grave's I* wflorre e-gjr Igf
(limanter. Mr. 4 auip a y% tha~t FMnw~b
ds'.p jritiprity loopvas't #aili riptsarnism"
tout is inl better etop J~ ay than assay
time in her Ihiotopry Hewasla..th. is.
olumtrie'S we- Iirve.ra oiuiiiaemrate.'i atiow

huu~lvel aee.'lvi tzjr tioaaeandie

uaaiish. He ia, a agre-at elevs-loolooor.
Another Nice Cempuloweetto I* .
Reardo..
Mar. Joplinri4.. a'lr iii itto. opal

war ilainaime fimnd fT tla.o- p 5...V n
vati-inic a fleew -ef inajrhsiwrstie-hs In
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the- Flir-ri-ls I vasliujawar -aisiaa V Wra
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avces in all tne nurcnes.
Sunday was an ideal day and for the
first tittle inl may ti ntlis all the pul-
li', in thlw city were filled. At every
S-ti',- andl thie attendancet excellent.
At 4irace Epi-*.opal church Rev.
I. lnry W. Little, who, for a nuiter
.,f* A iat-r-aitha-t. -t ti ti.' l pastor oif the
.p-- ,al church at lD-Latndl, and ffor
lt,. isl-' -l'tttt'r lis Ileenii ireaehintm
at Nwpor-, 1V. I.. ha:i :''ephte a s.all
t4i thl- ',*alt 4hurel, plreAt-ichd two
tin, -t x,-,ll %Mr littlI.'s imrnitig sermon was ont
th' "l'ralie sf tho e i Sower.' and lie
dre th.refrtomi a most instru-tive
nudl ii'tcr,--ting le-son. He prl ached
wnhout nott-s atid his congregation
we re entirely delighted with hitm.
At the" Pre-syt rnal .church Dr. W.
CI. L.inlsay, of Biloxi, Mi -., who has
r-f-ived a call to the church here,
pi-.'' lie'd iothl in the morning anil
a', nin.'. ld ii-s sermonijs were ill
\-v-rv wayv lea-s,'nit T'le choir reti-
,l.-r.-d .'o-.rmi. very ,.-tutifil inu ic..
i ir. Lindsay will I -ave for Mis-isippi
ti.i- week atid will re-urn with his
f: only to (Olala in the course of thr-.-o
,rf foair weeks. The pw)oplef this city
S*xte-nld a c('r' itl welcome to both Mr.
SLi.'t atld Dr. .inditay.
At The I'ta'ti-t 4hliie urch sunday morn-
Oil 1 .w o pl;r isir, Rt-v IL. R.
\'rrn. preached mosAt ex~ellentlv,
Stu-aiI, a- hl' text. "Ye are Mly Wit-
it n--*-*."-*e" Tihree ne*w meml ter.
*-re- adih- I to the chiturh ut Ilie-
,mtiorni -r.\ ivn. (On a'ou vlllt of sickk-
ti. .- *.f the p-tator the-re wait no evell-
ini L -rvi,'' 1i this cuur'i.el
Thi. SnlayIv services at the Method-
:-* *hur.'-h w\ r fiu'l of int4're-*t.
I'lie- S.Sunda.y -.*hool at ,9::No in th.-
i otrnill wa*' a vrit.,l'l s.enl of anti-
natll isn and de-p, intr-re-st, a ith an tit-
.***Td:tnoip of 123.:{ Illtitr- i(and a nhaa-
tier sof vi-itors.
ThI' l#pastor. R<-v. Howardl DPutill
-l.r-.ie#-d t w, # l,* sermons, mi ornimtiv
Il .**v- ilitl', -i~ c tI s a ulibje t for
,,oth -. r'nitto. "Tii- Pl.-dge of .JeU to,,.
M!--n." Ii th mi orninic he spoke of
I"tli l pledor of Jesus to 1'elievers." andm
inll the ev'nin. ine emphasized "the
piletge of Je.sl-, to 0innfers," sho)winc
S,-ry v'learly atlnd forcibly the pI l-dge to
reav tlhs-.' who want to be avdl, andll
thii pledge' of woe to those' who r-je.t
.sal vat on..
The Epwr:th I e:teue service in the
aft-rno iit was indeed all occasiMon of
!.,-.;s -piritutl iTits-res%, the subject lie-
miL "-What C(hri-t his doite for mte."
.Mul'hi feeling w.s. mntife .-ted.
At the Chri-tian church Sinday af-
ternatfi the Kentucky evangelist, Mrs.
\I,.ry collins lpreach.ed and Rev. Mr.
Collins pre-ahlied in the evening.
The regular services were held in
thli (Catholic church Sunday morning,.
*.soilli'uted by Fath-r lo)ttolasio.
the streTgth and jiower of her pulpit
the- beingg winter.

Major St-Clair Atrams, one of the
lead lig lawyers of Florida, haas re-
c'tintly married in St. Augustine,
s'au-es the (0-;la Bantner to pen the
following: "Now that Major St C('lair
4branis has a young iad t'eautiful
bride, he may contest honors with (Col.
Hiob Davis, and it remains to le seeml
w balch ill be the tlrs. oceupjant of
Sl,*rida'- niew guberuai oriaIl mansionn"
The \lajur teat ('Cl. lBo getting mar-
ried, and if lie decides to enter the
ra-e. Col. Bob 'Aill have to stir his
,.hunk-k ntad stir them faat.-T-ul' a
Herald.
To the Public.
Allow me to say a few w;rds in
praise of C hanaerlain's 'Cough R1nm-
edy. I had a very severe cmagh and


cold and feared I moult get pneu-
in ,nia, but after taking 'hlie second
doie of thi n medicine I felt better.
three bottle of it **ured my cold and
IthI- 'pains in imy chi-- disappeare i en-
i tar,-l. I am moIns respv-ctfully yours
or health. Ralph S. Mey-rs, 64 Thir-
ty-t veil>i St., Wheeling, W. Va.
For sale by Anti-.lonoupoly Drug
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Old Times Again.
We are under obligations to Mr.
F. S.'hneider for a handsome grape
trui', sometimes called the "pomelo,"4'
grow n on the "1 golden Acre," planta-
tison which for some years past has


Iff -PAER WIL OT


Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
duces effects like those of arsenic, but
Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the
poisons from clogged bowels, gently,
easily but surely, curing constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, fevers, all
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
Only 25c at Anti-Monoldy Drug
Store. m
Ocala Has the Best Drilled Soldier.
All of his Ocala friends are shaking
hands with Sergeant John Z. Reardon
on his good fortune in capturing the
medal at the state fair for being the
best drilled soldier in Florida.
Sergeant Reardon says he made up
his mind to win out and having done
that much the balance was an easy


The Spelling Bee.
The above atffir, which has been so
well and pi-turesquely advertised for
several days paat, attracted a large
crowd at the armory Friday night and
proved to Ibe one of the most enjoyable
event- of the season.
Mr. R. I1 Anderson acted as the
teacher and the Blue Back Speller
wa-, thle weapon used, which created
the merriment.
tev. L. B. Warren and Miss Sue
l:iren, were the leader ..and each cho-se
t nirty a-,.istants.
Banker ( ambli-s w:s tthe first to
fall biy the wayside. Mrs. W4rco,
wife of the manager of the C(ommer-
(ei'l bank, soon followed him. Mr.
I. Ballard wai. next. Then
Mis.- Platt, lawyer Lou G(reen, Mrs.
:,ni'on, Allerman .Smith, Elditor
Frank Hairris, (.ue-ral Bulliock, At-
t.rney Zewadski, Prof. Van Brunt,
) Pr,,f. (;,Htliet,, Mr. Simon Benjamin,
alid others followed in rapid su'ces-
sitill.
Mr. Drew Mathe-ws went down oni
Satau, andl went down on him hard.
He said lie h.l .never heard of the
gentlentainn betfre.
Mrs. William Siinclair was the last
lady lhit standing on M .1 s Barco's
-.i.- anud t l M. Frank Harris oln Mr.
\Vari-In'.4
Mr. Albert (; erig aid IIon. It. A.
lhurord were the l:i.t to fall, when
tl. tl'rillia:tl attorn'iltV situmbln d aind
teli on the wo(l qi eiiiou and Mr.
(tirig wav ilhcl-l fiLhe w inner,
and was kept iui.-y ihand'thaking
for several minutes.
Giiineral lHliie-k delivered the pr,/."s
and gavi a pleasant reminiscence of
( )-ala'-s tirst school house. s-h',*ol
teacher and the olid method, of speli-
iag.
itanker < hambliss and Mir. L. ltl-
lard got the "bootty" prizes atnd
Me-srs. (Gerig and lBurford the two
othei'rs.
A sonsi entitled A Spell" was ren-
dered by Messrs. T'exas ;Martin, Clif-
ford Aiudersion, Jake (terig and Albert
t.erig., which provoked much laugh
ter.
During thle proceedings Mrs. E. I .
('arney andi Mrs. Donald Melver gave
-.-ver,.i piatso recitals.
Tle sum realized as reported by
treaurer Melver wa.s $411.1-.
The first prize was a beautiful pic-
ture, the second, "Dreams" by Olive
Schriner, and the two "booby" prizes
were "A. B. C." books.
The blue back speller, which was
usid for the contest, was auctioned at
the close of the evening by Hon. R.
A. Burford and was "knocked down"
to Mr. Drew M.thews for $1.504.

Meeting of the Daughters.
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Mrs. Leonard Dozier entertained the
United Daughters of the Confederacy.
After the regular business was
transacted, Mrs. A. B. Brumby read
an interesting description of the
laying of the corner stone of a Nor-
aeal -chool to the memory of Miss
Winnie Davisat Athens, (Ga.
Mrs. Fanny Christian soldier whose heroism Is
worthy to be preserved in our C'onfed-
erate archives.
Mrs. Annie Bond Hopkins, of Or-
ange Lake, who was present and had
just returned from a visit to Jackson-
ville, gave an interesting talk about
the Solddier's Home there which she
visited.
Refreshments were served by Mrs.
Dozier, assisted by her granddaughter
Florence Dozier.
The meeting was a delightful one.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
E. M. Howard.


Our Aim.
We have installed a new press and
ordered a new gas engine, and if our
friends shall rally right royally to our
support, we hope in time to be able to
put in a linotype machine. If our
ambition along these lines shall be
gratified we promise the people of this
city a paper of which they will in no
wise be ashamed.
Help us to achieve our aim.
Lawn Tennis.
Mr. J. F. Edwards has kindly do-
nated the beautiful lot in the rear of
the Ocala House for a lawn tennis
court and says if it needs fixing up lie
will even do that. The Ocala House
proprietor is generous and is willing
to do anything and everything that
will in any way promote the pleasure
of the people of this city.
Stops Cough and Works Off Celd. I
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
tay. Price 25 cents. +

Mr. Frank Lippett, a former citi-
zen of Ocala, was kept busy all Sat-
urday afternoon shaking hands with
his old fri nds. It has been nearly
ten years since Mr. Lilppett was here
and he says more than half the peo-
ple are strangers to him. He will
leave today.
Besides winning the gold medal at
the fair as the best drilled man in the
state, Sargeant Reardon won five dol-
lars, which was offered by Capt. (;. A.
Nash, if one of the Ocala Rifles should
capture the prize.
Governor Jennings and his cabinet
were too busy last week to go to) the
polls and cast their ballot. This rush
of work will probably be over by the
*;m of the 104 nrimarv.-Tronica


$4,000 GIVEN TO WOMEN


IMPORTANT TO FLORIDA GROCERS.

Retail Convention to be Held on 28th
of November.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 17.-On ac-
count of the fact that thle 26th of
November, the date called for the
Retail Grocers' Convention in Jack-
sonville, is lday before ''Thanksgiving,
the bu,-ie.t day of the year w ith re-
tail grocers, the date has been changed
to November 28, two days later, the
day following Thanksgiving. This
has been made on the request of a
numbnler of retail grocers who found
it impossible to attend on the 26th, on
on account of Thanksgiving trade.
Every retail grocer in Florida should
be present The convention will be
held in the board of trade rooms.
President J. A. Van Hoose, of the
Southern Wholesale 1;rocers' Asso-
ciation, Birmingham, and Organizer
Stevens, of the National Retail tro-
cers' Association, Chicago), will be
present and deliver addresses. It will
be tone of the largest conventions of
the year in Florida, and of far-reach-
ing results to the grocery trade.
A New Dance.
The newest dance, which is expect-
ed to be more fashionable than any
(other during the coining season, is
nothing more than an Americanized
version of the (Cuban "Ihanizon." Al-
though it is neither graceful nor in-
spiring it will lie a relief after the
roping two-stelp Slow as a minuet,
being merely a swaying of the body
and an apparently aimless bobbing
up and down, a couple may dance it
all night in a space half a yard square.
"La Paloma" is the accepted utisic
for this dance. Now and then there
comes a pause, when the dancers stand
in their places and chat. In Havana,
the true home of the "Danzon," these
pauses afford the only chances the
wel, bred Cuban girl ever has to speak
to a man beyond the ear-range of her
duenno; therefore, very naturally, it
is the favorite dance of the senoritas.
"Last winter an infant child of
mine had croup in a violent form,"
says Elder John W. Rogers, a Chris-
tian evangelist of Filley, Mo. "I
gave her a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and in a short time
bal danger was past and the child re-
covered." This remedy not only
cures eroup, hut wheh given as soon
as the first symptoms appear, will
prevent an attack. It contains no
opium or other harmful substance
and may be given as confidently to a
bay as to an adult. For sale by Anti-
SMonopoly Drug Mtore. m


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Opera House Block. .


Ocala, Fla.


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OCALA, FLORIDA.


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suit the ideas and tastes of everybsly. You can always find
something to please you here, and our prices are vera low, and
our goods always reliable. Come to -.'e ui osr order b1y mail.


Our Livery Stable

Is one of the most perfectl' ,-equipped in Florida, andi we invite
everybody to come to see us when needintg any kind of livery
service. You will get fine teams, good service anda prompt atten-
tion, and the price will always be right.


Our Sale Stable


Already well known throughout the State, we will make more
popular than ever during the coming season. We will keep on
hand at all times mules and horses of every dew'riptifon. and sell
at the lowest possible prices. When in the market core Ito s-e
us, and we believe we will be able to serve you better thau any-
body else.


OUR THREE LINES OF BUSINESS. BEING CIOSE .V As.OCIATEHI WIrtH VFAI
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iF. OCAL-. BANNER.

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MnTTO: THE IRANER. BEIIEVXIN
WIa18 AT THE TP WEI.L ABLE TO
ACR (ARE OF THEMEI.VNKS, HAS
T4KKW I" STAND IN THIE BARRI-
.aliD 'WITH THF t'MMoN PFAoPIE.
AMD IT*" FI(HT WIt.I. HE MA.PI-: ',t
THI *KTTERMCENT IoF THOSE AT THF
It rTO"M.,

('epid *Wns to i.e si-htinl hi i
arrow very r'eklea.ly.
A colored wt.nan t:1 Jack-sonville
recent ly gave tbirtli ti. triih.l-' tw-o
hove aid a girl.
V4eliu l 'r*t*(y tf.*" *<'* ? tlo nI nr'..
uandijdatre for eonrert-- indt Iu al
county ha- therin l-y the 'string.
A Marvland man fe-!l dead the other
day when iome otne told him he had
fallen heir to iiir,-*. Mo.t .towople to
aroundd preoarwul for theo.e little ur-
prtmer. Even if they never come.-
Atlanta Journal.
Tbo KimiBmmer Vall-y (Geztte ?ays'
it frequently maked if Florids i. a
poor man's country. In the woo Is
we travel there seems to Ie a good
may of them and nnot many of any
othbr kind. Mor,'s the plty.
The ('itrn Coutuy Chronicle *ays
that theiroveo <,n.- r of that county
.are bunttisle up their old laddeis anid
orwP lippers, laid away in I'.*'5,
preparatory to picking the first good
(wager erop in several years."
A Kansas farmer has recently ex-
bumed a human ikull, the are of
which er ~eti.tts fix all the way lee-
twevo O i and .34,40 years. Whether
maI or 3Q0,<40 years man was about
the wame elma then as he is now.
A Maryland girl masquerading in i
e'so clothing was detected by a
san who saw her use both hands in
akilg ol a derby hat, notes an ex-
chane. It is difficult to break a
woman of the hat pin habit -Atlanta I
Journal.
The market value of the an'ount of i
lliver in s dollar it now thirty six t
P* tot. 14o th. p.reerilption of U'ncle
'*uo Il-.i it is worih jut six-y four
4(mbu. Yet .om,-people contend that I
the stamp of the government doe-s not I
reate value.
The Bow of oratory in the next i
campaign promisee to surpave any- I
thing ever known to Florida. Even
this early every community has its
candidates and the dark horses hid
out ia the bushes are pawing up the
earth with anxiety.
-S
WaUereon now points to G(irman
m the Mowes of the democratic party
whoemtMMled it to the "promised a
laud." several l Individual pomibili- t
ties," he Say "on the democratic
Rld.ea s eliminated. Patterson goes
4ows is Pe ueylvania; Johnson in
Otso and measurably Hill in New t
TVrk. The democrat of national t
jrnmninence standing on the scene is o
Onrmms, of Maryland.' And yet n
(ertmn did not rave Maryland from
the hrting.



The woman who reads this will under- i
Land t the full what Mr1 Tipton meant t
when she say.: "I am enjoying good
health" It takes / 51
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tion. It esta g
habes rqularity.
dre the dmiumsI
wbhwh weaken C
women, beak. -
Gamumtom amd ulceration, and cue M
female weakue. It makes weak womma W
strong. sick women well.
It a -it IeI I tcotmmend Dr- PiT*, id
emn. white Nora Tipton, of CoCt ipe
Croprprr Staton Trte'by Co.. Kentucky "You il
evimember my C e ws oum of female weakness
and weak lmng. I had no appetite and would
ft" s p. b :n a td m inetc myv bed almost
belf of the time and could hardir stand on mvy a
ret at times for the ias thou h my whole
bde sad s*%aem t M hasband a to piay large d1
was. fair e. bid e I have taken four
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OUR SUNDY SERMON. his place beside Mr. Hill, Mr. Girard, governor's
Mr. Carnegie and others, who are
-ts Ues and Abue. acknow lekged as the world's benefac- Governor.
We reprint an article today on the tos. Thauksgivin
above named subject from a Boston e are glad that couched in t
W\e are glad that it is not against "*t'should
Snew n aper men of this stamp that Christ hurls tude that th,
As lnig as our civilization rennains
His maledictions and denounces as assemble wi
as it i--as long as we are cmlpelled
money changers fit to be whipped to makeacki
to delweud on money for the piu:chase from the temples into the streets. (od for the
of the' luxuries and necessities of life, during the y
It is upon those who corner the pr close.
these nmu'st, in the very nature of oe.
th i n ra e ducts of labor and speculate on the "To the pe
necessities of the people, that the been a year o
it. righteous wrath of the Lord is kin- and progress.
The lltl.e syV that "money is the died our citizen'sti
root ,of all tvil," but it lays its great treasures of (
olj,.,.tii:n to the miser, the one who THE DEGRAOATION OF WOMANHOOD. i and forests lit
hoard.- his wealth and bows down and increasing qu
of honest toil
wor-hip before it, and It rings out Just before her death, Elizabeth tentment an
al-o its .annthtenma- up-,i the shiftless ('ady Stanton, recognized as one of favored people
aid the oi,,thful nin wlio buritt- his tile most intelle.tusAl women of the pendetceon I
mone-y in the ground., !herel'y taking century, delivered a lecture on the i of all ood,
;1sion to expre
it out of til. channel. of circulation above subject, and in the course of tudeand ado
and destroying its value. which she sail : joice at eachl
The L(ord likened the "kingdom of "It is not civil or political power these seasons,
heaven" to a man travelling in a far that holds the Mormon woman in ories should
untry, whi .-alle-d hi- servants and polygamy, the Turkish woman in the Christia love
dliter.d untt tihle hi's o,-,lsl. ; haremr, nor the American woman as a "It has lo
C(i*it i-tgtt,* on to say, "And unto t subordinate everywhere The central custom of our
ne he gave live talents, to another falsehood from which all these diller- year especially
wo, and to another one, etc.. ent forms of slavery spring is the al piety, and
"Then he that received five talents doctrine of original sin and woman hearts to give
'entand traded with the same and medium fr the mahinatins ingsin the I
a medium for the machinations uade them other five talents."' up t le
e the othr ie atau, its author. On this idea other in the future.'
"And likewise lie who had received demoralizing superstitions are based, The Cost of
wo, he also rained other two." 11 Cost o
all having a common origin in the Advocates
But. lie who had received one went ancient eastern mythologies. Interested in 1
d d ed the earth an idhis "o long as we assign to her an given by the 21
.erd's money." inferior position in the scale of being, "An arguinel
Further al-aig in the chapter He been made by
e ai emphasizing the fablt-s of her creation b l
omnmended the two who had increase. a g th e t estimated the
Sas an after thought, the guilty factor goods over the
d their earnings and said that they ,
t in the fall of man, cursed of (;od in that the cost o01
vere entiti.d to "enter into the Joys I her maternity, a imarplot in the life of horse power o
f their Lordi'"
a Solomon or a Samson, unfit to stan( sandy road is 6
But, unto the one who had buried 32 cents; over
But, unto the one who had buried in the "Holy of Holies," in cathedrals, j over broken st
is talent in the ground He reproach- to take a seat as delegate in a synod, over brown east
d him for being wicked and slothful over an earth
generalttssembly or conference, to be hard, 18 cents
nd commanded that it should be ordained to preach the gospel or ad. road in good cc
kken from him and given unto the mini-ster the sacraments, the church a compact grave
be who had the ten talent. stone paving. .5
re who whad the tren talent'., and the Bible make woman the foot. S 7 cets. It g
Here, we have a direct lesoun that ball for all the gibes and jeers of the millions of do
lonley, to lie of service t the world, multitude. and many tons
ust e kept i the avenues of trade "When the Episcopal church, in be available in
-kept continually on the move, so it the great gathering at Washington roads were sue
in ie. fruitful in bestowinu its bless. t years a ld t for ti by wagon would
two years ago, held a meeting for te
igs upon all through whose bands it discussion of a national law for di- ents a mille.
asses, like the river watering the vorce, though an auxiliary meeting of
arched earth in it. meanderings or feen hundred women belonging to
ie rainlbo)w retflertting its beauty in thlie I th e e hure h n conngto
paves 1ii the same church held a convention
there at the same time, the bishops
rae rjolce that tiere are Tvery few t a e a
We rjce that there revery few discuss-d the questions of marriage
isers in this busy age of the world's and divorce with closed doors, not
history.
one woman being permitted to be
It is an age pregnant with colossal
dustrial enterprises. The world has 'present, though equally interested in
dustrial enterprises. The world has
I, ... these social questions. The moral
'ver before seen anything like it. 1
dustries now that r quire ine effect of that act degraded woman iun
the estimation of every man, young
ures to exre. in dllrs thir wg- and old, connected with the Episcopal
tude is uothinug out of the usual. church. hen, in their marriage
Ireat bridges span our rivers, great
ra r service, woman must promise to obey
ips plow our seas, great locomotives and is given away by some man, she
ws our continents, and great canals i*
Su c d g a is mace the inferior aud subject of
e bringing the world's traffic closer the man she marries."
our doors. _. _
And the men at the head of these 1100 ward 1iiUU /


great enterprises are not forgetful of
heir duties to the less successful of
heir fellows or the great deit they
we to the bles-ings of free govern-
enet, which Mr. Andrew Carnegie
claims is worthy the gratitude of the
i hole earth.
Free schools and free libraries and
reat colleges and other beneticient
ustitutions are being endowed by
these men of gigantic wealth to
tir the latent ambition of the masses
f our teIople in order to more surely
erpetuate our republican form of
government and make it a beacon
eight for the nations of the earth.
Ex.-e ator Call very truly says that
e recognizes the great good that can
rne of great wealth when properly
Bed in beneficient works and cites as
examples J. J. Hill, president of the
great northern railroad; J. Pierpont
[organ, and Thomas Johusou, (of
leveland; Ibut he inveighs against
Ir. Flagler, of our own state, and yet
Ir. Flagler has not kept his wealth
lie--he has not buried nor been
othful with his talents.
He has come into a new country
id has built more than three hun.
red ni iles of railroad into what the
world believed wa, a wildernee and'


The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one oreaded 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. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by DruRgists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.

"It Is One of Those Good Trusts."
The Consolidated Naval Stores
Company is the name of the trust
which was organized at Jacksonville,
November 11. From the circular sent
out by the promoters, it seems that
this is one of those good trusts that
proposes to make every -stockholder I
participate in profits of the business;
ever, producer to husband his timber;
control the cutting of boxes; protect
remaining timber by protecting the
forests: to imntrove labor in the tnr.


Thanksgiving Proolama-
tion.
Jennings has issued his
it proclamation. It is
he following terms:
be with unfeigned grati-
e people of Florida will
th annual thanksgiving
lowlegmients to Almighty
rich blessings received
ear that is drawing to a

ople of our state it has
of confidence, tranquility
,' The general health of
lip has been good: the
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>ur fields, gardens, mine
ave been poured forth it
lantilies and every patL
I has led to comfort, cone.
d lappines-.. A highly
ie, iiindful (iof their de.
the bounilty of the ('iver
should seek fitting oct-a-
ess their feeling of grati-
ration, and should re-
I annual occurrence of
when hallowed mem-
fill our thoughts and
eand charity eharactet-

ng teen the beautiful
people, on a day in each
" coinsecrated to peIs0in-
devotion, with grateful
thanks for all our bltss-
ast, and to devotedly
ir gracious rontinuance

Good and Bad Roads.
of good roads will be
the following which is
Ionteormery Advertiser:
it for good roads has
an engineer, who has
cost of transportating
highways. Hie figures
f moving one ton by
ver one mile of dry,
62 cents: over wet sand,
ruts and mud, 39 cents;
mne and ruts, 26 cents:
I road that is dry and
; over a broken stone
condition, 8 cents; over
*el road, 8.3 cents; over
5.33 cents; over asphalt,
is argued that many
llar. would be saved
of merchandise would
n the markets if the
h that transportation
d cost not more than 5


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Means bad air, and whether it E M WD No
comes from the low lands and
marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers an ,ltrin I' ; '
and towns, its effect upon the human system is the These atmospheric poisons are breath, l int, t> t:,- '
by the blood, and the foundation of some ,I *, : ,
Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia. tori a.
troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequent! .
Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy mater ':' t
the liver and kidneys fail to act. and are p.'r ,* '::
it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the p, is' ,::
the skin, and carbuncles, boils. a "bscesS, lcrs. .. '.
indolent character appear, dtplttin- the s st rn ..n !
The germs and poisons th.t s,(,Irts(.s an, v v
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[ms of Flesh

MWh you can't eat break-
S take Scott's Emulsion.
Mwme you can't eat bread
ad butter, take Scott's
I m mo When you have
bem kving on a milk diet and
wa something a little more
S mrisdvnh take kott's

Emlsion.
to d lft you must eat

Is. cott's Emulsion is a
yim latter. a great
t rtm .

Thom who have lost flesh
ri to increase all body
emNis. not only fat. Scott's

tmuhion increases them all.
bn flesh. blood and


For invaklids for con.
yascews. for consumptives,
Seak children, for all

who need flesh, Scott's
I usion is a nch and com.
Food, and a natural

Cu S _


Jumped on a Ton Penny Nail.
1 v. tii.e~uga- 'f Mr. J. N'
i'.t~ ~1 a.ii' 'l ''h IlKitritivertc-el fakoc
ia fIt.-tiI it- 1, 1; tjils alnd tiii'-9
i,'crt'.'-iii tijr. u.:hi her ft-. ctand Ia
4,'-- 11i*n. o. 'fA-..Lv thir-outhi. 'haIttI i-
s't l ips *it I lks I it I 'w I-- atr iIiIt I-
KiISS fis %- rIII 'i 21141ll !'i'
-'. IT ;?,I L!. %a- t ;eet-ieiitc"Ie. Iiin ttIii "-t
.In%~ 7h- tit-lll.wtv. wit-taring her -li'it-

I' -A.,..-a ~ lIkttciwn iii.'rc'hant ac


,x~tt'. iL I'h a e i 'l-t II iIal t Iit-

I-.r-t -A- ty Aiat;. uiicly I 'rug
%-tore. Ila
Industrial Notes.
A bwh j za hi-ei.tll *.Taialls/s-41il
l~iaiU --ithlr -t' If-1.14,ht-le liicIt -'lie



1 *4 rtx-'N,,i flet-xt -vt-a li. Thiii iPAlt11
I'SI tthlit I- 'uta -Wizirlyadutaitsy-tua'o
I- t' ll t s-'l & 'ct-itV Iii 1- .1' abl ?t hi
'A Art h'.. c'l i~V f rthe- t-tir.
nI I I 'f of, 1 t 1iit I I 't i I it l.r tac ric t'I ttr'-'I
pt~'tu'h w. i'b-le-tai l'htdin Alat-

Ilie-fli '-f Ali%-'li t' o-lite ~f tilt- inl-


c"ilt~~j gI.,!- tthe iU~4'~' c!-e-ur~ilg
vet'- etat li-h~nit-LI ci! Ia c'anlliug fae-t


1 h~cci. lt 10,4 a lti's''e- I, f.o-toee' -.ii th~
V 163!tw' it&vth 14iree v Ilr. e;'u it1 .t-.~'
It I IrW4 f -a111 re tu' V lI I'of l .. 4hi-l
I a.It I# -f ~t!i t. "I I T- I t lt 1 IIa'~i



puzai-.- hlait".-- '-11i caZtzsli/-*i in JI:-t'


Tlaa4I.V it''- :or tl-t- -:ate-.
l t'I -; 'f'=of -iar t-:io% ar11,11,ho

Best Liniment on Earth.
N1. .NIVt.4eei.i.,F-.

IIt i.i- T, 'A z-L %V WI I Ill iccl x
-r-'i t v-r"-T tildln I -,it ot i a it
ru- it-f. tilta tnt-fnll g've- tilta I.1-a''itIL
t**t:~t- f I i r~i'- $iic'"W ifai~e-lit.
Iu- 41 1at.- ant ii'! &tc w4) III ore i- it tl-


I


THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 21. 1902


"4ro, it aptwar-. to me that we can, fia
juptit.e to th4"v people who wish tc
tuakte tiw home", or to waart life in
1-ww 4 otb.r *taiie thau that of th*-il

ati-I1wt* 'itize-tis cOf Florida. We 41c

4wr~.am Z.-d MA I.I Ilil v i-d ual eff.rt- '

-fIo-at. l- hir.'t iut Fi-sri.lat in

za- llh'bre cbmwlIe- for t,.-",sritz iiidI-.

A latiattatt. is-loni Itr ro-j.'ili- vt


uli tih i.l56y we n,:do it i in a raqctI:!,


:11 the.'TniAf!Te-r Alf ,iuluuibe's !11 111jiij~aL-

I.i -P 'T'd h t v- it Ille*(0-Itht- abe




IU i (A IIIq.- r?-. '1lit- -jzrIt thatt L''ii1it-
'Aak- : .t I t ui!I i AI lay 't 'to tt %tth
--it Inf% 1111Z HI1 'U r s!ztt?-Iukikliz7.
How ctivan wt. itrv.-a izr.-at !-tnt.-with.
I Li*ILa ~ rVt-ItIjIt I Ihat titI ?i

CM,,Aer- that I-e,- i''F tiv ttile I's)'t-I-

i-lAt 'iit1 t~itile 'tatve.114'r etvelI too*tltkl1


a c.tI f~ l tv i- 1t c ,,- .Ie'*p: o-l el et(Al -all
it I f.-&r that t th., vk.azecul'i l'e


iv~tU-k-1 IS lJIru oimiI 'Ait et'-rj..-l, T1
t't "_j V i jlAc j~fjte 3'l4 2 e t seet Ier I I'ti

Akt ;-Ii. d ; i ,Ii Itlt- !,tiial., artia% -,f wAin-
'.z 1,i *-Jl*-. U'A' hlii W"c iv

lteiklI)-io[ *j.e-i *wir aitt.-wiitotinll'ti.ea
hak -.'l or 'ct' i m- ~uc'h tilit it


.-e t rti-toiti- iin t t~&ti-ricAlf tou ~ r r



and~ 11,1 1: I o g" ,i ..-wa.*sull prIctita-
Oe io tit-,litli''i'"-f or p' *rq-r I'to-

'-- *at- d tto irumigirat'l1ii.'i- an ah-o-
it*. noe--'*-:!%v t" ,iu4nrt-'a-'our ''stla

: ot tioto .4- rI >it-A i l to%1Iclti- -T Ait.

to- 11.+- 4-c f rz.k, F:'rids Indianwa I
1;11 i l'if.or iiiiiiinurraist l'rIa


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Good Health

anid pure blood are inseparable. If
your blood is bad. your health inust suf -
fer. Poor blood allows the body to lo~se
vitalitv ;-;t as a poor fire under the
bi 7ratws the steam to r'-ndnirwn.
Fro t~crb~~dto imnpure -.c~ ~ but
a step, a:r i-rnnp-re L ocd ;s mu'tfr to a
large ptrze::z~e of hur,"an I-. r.
Ha~le:-'S 17r, Tor:-c is an a- -'le lftr
br-th puor and im rr"--efa t
tx)!h a [)!-,:dr and cl ~:-at-,r
arnl a Tre'Ac:ne. It is .-.e be>: ,c'mbtl)-
ma!: -i of t-* kind lk-nrwn to rme!:kal
sc,.ence, a: ;#s su-cceczs f,.r near>; h.:f
a centi:-%- has led to i~s e crc::1
tht-sam~s of medical mnt~nvhj have'

beena uuat~e to find a subst~tutL-.



Dr. Harter's



Iron Tonic



terma'e wea'.n-s'., anmrn,-. c ..-r. -. .. rlt a


T'.tor: -iT: n Z rn:T r oftLec: ca,.;su~nds of

T~ (T"i::.1.-is n Itl.
"Ir Comon~tc4Ld lusig rilart-e r It.. n 1
t:%=. Aftocr u-,mz t-lrot- t-: .-. i2 C'&

As ra t.,x.2 1'..r.tpr icr IPu!. ~I. 1 1, "-7.
h'ar. no e:r.an iI z- ic' ., .:~~.d
it too all ver .-so: f : .)m' r:.'-
c ~ t~tts c te yar. -, *t .tJ U Ly t4;
1~~~e~~~ Lu.' ~ '#

SING guezatft. t&bavt arnt azcn~i&1 is geziwae.;



T int.AU -u.'Lur Dr. klirter ~
I.zdge'.i
THE D R. HARTER MEDICNE COMPANY
DAYTON, 01110
M& Dr ~s fUtH 3,rte r s W i CbevChem' itt'm

aa4..er weil vm. DrU H-arter Mc41uamb
FOR S=LK VIZYWEXILL

EVERY'S PHOTOGRAPH OF HILL.


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Compliment to Mr. Reardon.
is 1 fu' I h- e :i .1,, -irti i'lt-- tha~ttlit-
i.--' -ii ui.1it-ltetin I-'i.r:i' inti linlv ha




l-t hawI t t. !IaVuEcrtc'4 u r:ehawt I It

liovtl'!i' r rc--o'ea Ily i i 4um ts r atilciI, '
ocuriti-- for the .Iciih's-cC of t r I Ii
flirt--'lilurdt'r#-'r-.. 'I'ie ltter is a ii'a?- TI

KI .Itir-' r 'a Imi ar !-01 ti'ittillkt\whlich j
tc-f w.- hI' 5 *q-i ij'clI";- ''c'rrevt. it I Il
js I ilt'itt~ i... k*iei l-'IaI t 'u a11 I)'


1clTt'i, r T ~ r rv'-WViaw- 'taru a

Tlht-v 3trvcuilt wt-ll and(tit'w 1,17air or

lu--Icc k.I4 the' -ltu-?i''itv ,f 'this-' is
Mild it ae tir!lthit~'rc'ly lrt..-kiwy
I i ke r'sot tIc1 1iw .~. Thley Ire fremt-i,
g. ,,,! 'the1 wut'ti.inju- t frliit 1wl th-nI''i.:
Write \W. 11,B-rr'v. N\It i jo--i ic, Fla.:


Must Get Together and Stay Together.
TlI-r-'- a;t at-t ,,i, l-'.'li taultht
'in,'.- Tute-,i c l Ii 'il i. I'unl -,- ttil

f<>!^ \\-r, !,y ,iii, w itii. a;ii tii a lt-;-e ht,-tle-l Ui'ii ( 'evelain
tit', 4 it-ve-l tl i f"ll',w\ter. ty til- other
i ,a. i-' ret ',, ,-lt it tlt ~it ials1,'rati
Itr'y Vin tilt- futr,- h ia- it tin re 'i'ance
f witniait vit',,ije- thianb t -i'ow l;till
h:l-I of t,--ig ui,-'atlht-'l thri',buih
}{,'tie-. -A r'a'lit, New-.

A Repetition of Elder Jack Dowdy's
Experience.
"Thi re-[",rt ,.ir-.uia't-,I azi our -tre'et-
yv-:- rdi:.y th:tt a l'r,-ls ct,'r whoio 'Ailne
it !fe w'Ith a View to;i n*i ti jlst. l: l 1 I'el
I i!l :t ,i ife-l gt,\ tiu 0: W -t-t-i-
t.,'.k ,f the ,'uirt hot'-, is founded.
A -*r-hr'i. ,tar'y w~,e tt ,ut t, th!Il the
L t<-I lz l!- t ll', iU, i < Ml-',' lt-t'' iii l ill 'L'"
of thl.- dit 'I, li ii n'- cll 4 ;inttn -trtt.t
whi.-r 1t hi- it hai :'.;lin tvhiirt tr' ing to,
matke .hi- w'ay :uit to the Flirid'a ,State-
('.-. -P'te (', ogan ini Talhtlha-.-ee


Says He's a --'Load for a Hearse" and
Has Seen His Finish.
!I-4iti floa-t IDa viItII. H~Ii wat- ap'

t*tiiito thet- tgalh.' t, 11.-- 1 .- -o. *.
t l-iti-mark-c.wi tli* ''ard!. !hro)u&.flia Ip uir

ofii~ uft*Xl he i m-: tw.-= e I~t'!i tiliniz~~4


with lAIItiulf itsthe Whitt- 11, -'ii-'
''lie t-t'le tic.- des-k fromi w usei-r iii-
itN vr pr ud ituI !ch n hlg. iidlii.- in -rk-.
ai ti 4xit tl' a 1 i t) v S -vurc'hIiLhT,-it' -n'
nNt!1, -If ti' a ,a rophti-.t. h t1-titfll!- fih'i-ia
ua- ip~lainT~toi lilt- ,Ii Lromizh Thti-
*~ n lia j''iuzt a" the-flth" ,iroth 1uil'lni.


"He. rung the Ict--I at ti.t. fr'Ilt c!'.c'r
of tit(- mi'rgue the (lax. ht- la-w t iii.-
ulhitigijin the c'4IIt-ivet iccia t :TtiZ.
"Atrtis hi- addrot-!- i- ;'D.It.. IiiiP.




'cf f-'ur 'A-~n*c'it~d a Ahetart. fTi it
(Ic 'qiv''rat- t!:,vt- thhi u;--it al 'au
tli%.t ill Hill' thiey' Qerte ic! ioa 't


thtey hitve -t% u-1 ,utiand 1t it-hilt'
there r foo-ioil- .1.1 Lsia turihi0- vt-ar
tltL had litto, -h-.w th--ir fur:!-iw' i'-
Ot-sli c I'htei tii*-tii :tt'i the .;uilIllii

a Ii!!' tllli.Z Mr. II,e-rv


?hiiik lie- wavt- a I-, Al!'t'-tt-n.,for -i,
ntianjv y a E.1v.rr-1i ak'-'haii- w,'I t.
fill! .' Noc,1.' Ivir A:- int-!.c a i% t, -n
Kt uicn-iII. li i' 1,,,,k up %hi -i .

Y(''? i it I i x !a u* "eIt k .n I-i I to! w '

ti~i- ~.''tf rut. .111t1iIia" I I ta
-k + ',. rig htI mtth i niuw)i ei f I -uicIit.
Dtid lie lolk at t n-? It ainl't l-'-Tr
:*. guie the* :tri".wer. lie IskvIin'''
foI m (radyv'!. e-ar ikt- a I -v
Ilito 1% a l'tre 1ili-'c~ltik'. IuI'"U:I Ius

lwaidlcic ft watAin I -iii i

trutn. ut \% :i ;al k i ; a r 1, Jv


h lis-et ni-tit -ii ~ it'


UhtheiiVI'U mc1`All1ije that U'p NWl:lIa
;-ir cof Cfv that li-srk iiN. the p.-h.

tiou :to, run r-ut 'U #-the :- '''n r :tl ha li~t-
If c- H i;ii w, otVit MI..



th" -he'd. W''it-i 1trvli! wa- 'It' .!I Oie-
4lmqu-IlcrTati'' ja'trly 1i,1. _-tint- cI!;- tiw--
u;in Widifert'- 1.'s Is, 5 'h-t 7


AL
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FINE
M $:2 .I' .CR
Mv 2.
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The .Juir ai'd Kegr Tr'adeleMad~e a special Feature.


tA t! 7a. oie w',ItC JT'VinCt v-U't*i-:,*' f .hwi ie.;! v r Ii he t'!r t.
Youn. aniovu.- to vtae J. F. EDWARDS.


~s-S. MA I1~AH.~M. l're-uaI,-ist.


OF (;AINES ILLE.
he Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

p ita .. . .. . .
irtln- andl U n liviI,.l ''ro it' .-, .
*e-. 'x 'l;l-,iv-,vy a ,''taiki ii ,,,-:'ut'-i a ,,i: ft,', ii i- t a n (l
-tatv. S ,i,,.r- tOf sFl, i ?l-< ar:it' r-, 1,- ]. k:, .-. ("' .r, t I,-.
E-t.. I itttr -t a;..:l a t\\ "i i:v! :l'rrttIlv'-!l4'i.' A ll \ ., --
tra I,-'wa nteci air'hiajtly.


'-17


T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SEED COMPANY,

Gainesville, Florida.


Famous T. F. T. [Tric~d.Found-Truej Brand ot Seeds-

Guarantecd True to Na: mt .:nid to (;etriinatc.


WeC ar.' li1it thiui -tuit .;rovat'--
Hr7ty t,' -i nlIIf inner year-, fa r a- thI
I 1,-t 1 *-11,t ilif''t- f.r nma r kc It --ir- I "u ti nx
Long %I'aIw.ud (rou it ('u.0lolat e

\ hav,- all 'arit-tit-'s. Thai a]-
wav!- Lri ','-flin uthiu-iie -t.-- e1a'
to thic- trr' ',e-r and cvta"ioiImu'.
flerniiiole O(hi oh .i-ol
\Vt- hav'- e'-I tt0017-a-'lij of astir (twit
jitpcl-rtalti-ti. can!s -ilie' 'iffl
a-ue1that rt- i- h onelot. '-tter.
1toa'L Ford C('aamn h.o,,up.
4 ui- ---'-'at '-; grc 'wn fier u- -.e 'in! ly att
N., 'ky' [ac~l, (Colorado~. The- 'frtit isa


market picjce.

Th i ~~Is iti%'oU('mim n er

MIa!u're- car ic-r t haln aany 'tiic,-r ti'l
hat- wgivciul j.trfei't i-ati-facticon h- a
t-hipp'-u' for the -pa-' liv.- y"ear!,.


hills : \~a 1-:u litXi. I !'tig.sil- ie
a I ~ id a Ia xt ra I .-triy Iltt-fftIt.'-',a
P 4.31 % "



(-;-r~iiuc' I-ii..t 1411-11, the' only ',a-



:1 -rk '. I n- 'I 'X c't iic t !w
twi- '--r~vt',' aft.-r tac til. avet .-0i- eto
hr' 'k#'cl ar*.11111iill-hu -to ore- a week.-
that: fscr any nsith-r ,tj i rivalal'


raitalul ir ith .- ; p-rfee-ti'in c'o f -.'ii
tirivlh, l-~a=v ore-el; I.h- j.r'kil&itanllat#I--


Wt- k-teji every ktnul -of -*Ial&'.e
to hIji!t
Mir Prioe"
Are ltlway'- the- l* 'we-t, anti wfl! h


a


?~wt


9 'a


Dave Hill. He was making people
believe ho- was a great man wh--u I
wa~ a 'oninozlorcliuary lpoiiemtan.
I've had it liaiid..'I to in as hard ai
any iy al in ihi-i stall'.,I gut-ste, Iuti
thoeY had It 'iII!Iiit that I wa.- "(if the

that I evo-r mi,- A p a;ront:?e- that I
diIi'1't rijake -t.j, .,Iiif it wa- "'-i'tfkt




(4: thit,- turf.

tilt,; w4 11 iiavt'- t n rvi, )a: ft o li' c
Ihe'll y I! 1, 'k -' !, ut -a; '- IoI" 1 Pt-'n.
l;iht ha! :A-,.Ihi lntai'I -~ivri owi himrt':il-
'tI ull a d f''iaI 2111 r -e VtBill

Stepped Into Live Coals.



f ','r 2'i. *.t It, ~ic k;'x -n-



brt-t mi


IA M(l)sANIIItuuEn.H I %( II


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WINES, WBISKIES and BRAN
Bourlon at .... .... ...... f1 -- Mt. 4 at ..
o..... ... .... : : : .
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The


First National Bank


FARM TOOLS, HARDWARE, TURPENTINE SUPPLIES.


'3 'T T'KT 1 T X


C~I*CII~-~I~IICIl*rrl**lll


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POST OFFICE IC 1u; NTOlt:. 4 Il.. 'FI.A.


J. F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,

Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.


What Marion County had at the Fair.


h.., f.-~* 4-j' -xhiiii~it fromt





I- Ive xi ii itoo
fr u it.

14- rioljli 'Ur t'4t I 'iti.1.




!.- t 1;:t& if of ari iti.zc- IlciVe--.



~i NI t v I Ift I


notice.
Ti fl' hxt :iriiial ilt,-titig cf the
\icl'~!l~~i~iiiu~~zIlw'ard of(it-,u *i
I~~~, ttcF Ii. ri'Ia will h e iic-td at




Stvc're ta I v


N. ta'that 'he 'k .--i- I -up-
Isr~s'hi~tt,~s'tta25* il~~l- -fArkat.;.
-It-4 tlT,,al Fever Tctuiii atisi ward
'~ a*jal!)f fev-.el- -tld aujIcl 7uarAute(-'4
I-v 5U-i t it'- 1'.


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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 21, 190'2


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t
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stage of our civilization, is a nie-sen-
ger of light and of love.
Home h-.ve too much in this world,
and some not enough.
Perhatw neither is wholly to Ilairne
for ttiitA edition (if thing%.
tusiuetw should le sO conducted that
a more equal distribution of prnEfil or
of the products of labor, should be
bad.
Labor is wealth.
Labor is the capital with whic-h all
other capital is fruitless.
A mountain of wealth means a vale
of tears.
Where there is idknets, there must
somewhere lie slavery to support it.
Hands that work should be the first
hands to get full.
The flowers of fortune should he
gathered by those who plant the sned.
('ome, now, you rich, and tell uoi
what you are living for.
If every man will live for the good,
of his race as well as for the good iof
his family and for his own eood, there
will be no millionaires and no pau-
per".
Are millionaires or paupers the
highest and best products of a civi-
liMd nation?
-. I &a *


All the National

Bank Circulation
in the United States could no
purchase the assets of The
Mutual Life Insurance Coin
pany of New York.
Tem :cmulatiom of all National Banks in the Unite
Stats. September 3o. sag

$323,900,000
Am of The Muual Life Iu. Co. of New York. ar
m th m them of m other company ia eaisten

$352,800,000
m (' nisamts thi '-s Cm;.,aay La i..a.d poiicy
h.l.dr. ,, ..r


$569,159,000
W ba. .s mre thl an ay .th-r mpany in the wcrl
kasdis .rs _
-. my ftr *Whe ihal I Insure? "
THE MTI AL I IFE INSURANCE
(Ctpr\v OF N w YORK
'" ,i: A. IrC- *, v. lPres:'ent
T i. .IIVltf(0.- T \ 1k A eR-nt ('Ocp!a l ::
CFClI. H I!, e)i\ A ',nt 'I,, the -tat- o: FW o rid:

0OHEY.

There are manly, evils many (ll of luonley, whi, h il' nit-
thitia are l te ue.-i-,ary w-Eol ,o iltoiitant.-.
of trade., and mo jeti.i- think that Hil
theyy can do i-, tio c 4cide-nilul capital maI:4
tr) tIo get -ve-ry d1" liar they iIan.
Nothllig that IN wroing is lnect-sar,
We4 do o1l a qi-'eve that gfetilinl
tite$ is a r, uit.. or that haviigl
iiostaii)y i% a erime. or tiiat .**lenldit.g
money it- a linie-, iei--nmarily.
Th ir s ii aina -cit ni'uit-y. lots of it
and gmod lm MoMney noy have every virtue and
may help ev-vry virtue.
It ai. bhat every vi'-e and n aity
smuit every live-.
Mn ney de.elid.i- loi theli hand-
that holI it.
The miiore money there is in the
world the betterr the world 4-an be
asade.
The mtore men and women learn
howi to wisely upse llery the lia|llier
all mankind will becone.
Thl-erp il ot e1tle in the eternial
rlt,. i ail -ond-Imation of capi.lti
that elonie. from certain quarters.
All capital i- a alWewing.
It s the fact frequently that thI-
man who c-tondeniiis another Ioevaust.
he is rir4 iw aching all over to get :i
fortune.
Tll iftor money we have, tlheiiiort
gomd we can do.
The thing to do i.r not to danin "a
man for being lucky or ualui'kyv
enough to have a fortune, out tor-isho
him how much halppinelts :a dollar
will buy-
lhillar. do not go far enough from
homel..
It doEs the dollar no good to keep it
in a lsokel, and it doi*e the N'eket ino
ilood.
A dollar can be sent where it will
carry joy to doe-Uts of humnian hearts.
The first and noblest value of money
is itsi human value.
Irt us weigh gold in the aeales of
the human heart.
It should never lie .aid that there
are one hundreds cent, in a dollar, but
one thouMand smiles.
e should learn to get all the
Mmles, all the joy, all the happiness,
out of money.
We take it that the mission of the
ddliar i. a high and holy one.
In fact, the dollar in the present


In Bib &no Tucker.

niow sloieak 1o1' iNlw.la a wi.', i-tit-,

*",A.sti-Iti )f water' ii' rk :x, -I I.'r
lights fo tilt- he "ry ;&e* It r~i .nea
lnjlhaicywy Ait)w -toit th- otito r %N,-i H


ittore gttE.Il thiii..f,_fs dt1!- 11 i -t it .v.:t kc
(if tlhtoe airs :t.iy lp..jel \.,I-L
New h-::,tt'r~t'i-.'
Another Evangelist for Ocala.

15'on Tfampa, whe'ro lit. %%-;I!lowil.. x-ll
gelti'al iaetti, i- r T %%-;) k- k. ,,l~tr
ther.'. flxeetilig" iatilt a --i- ~ lett
imgs ini ocala, lD4-lor (rht"..'~
fujr Iodnwhen-'h-i- dio l, *I
of Iwe to Te.-'j-iti ild IArr -itIi.

Seven Years Iin Bed.
"W~~ill wVt'.idler,..ever qc. :i-." h4iit
the friends (ifNir,4.L. Ie''* 4 ifLw-

ulaisle to lea ve e tr ci ll f tt-. v#,!', '
(10a(-E-itint ofliv''r anielkmiwnae' ;i-i'

ity, but thiree lsb ttiq i' 41f 1i1I1t.
tens eii~ideel tile'lt- 4;Vt :k,' =:-ii.. It-


aclie, hacka h..nr1w 4Jr14.,Ihsc~-
U-"s, llie-liuis'hi4mlV.hj, I'I':d4Izi /.

Try i t. $4it i-favt it ti ar.,ti~t t i tty

Thie 4 ,:iiit-SvIAli-' Ne't .%-4 _llt ''sit a
spev~iial 4c4-ititltV lAir ut4h,*'Il-ig
Eof t wve l lto,(-. It e'sni tallives titi t I,:-
l,;alt write till, o.1' tit# e- sa- -tif !,tv



Flioriela l.tr iIihzt-r%'r Wrk-. lie iuii


"rSti ii k tra t i i1 hi'61h4-aVttatthI


and (1wais well j'&qi.It ilvht- ventor-
1r- uit liervhi:ttits 41rcifldt IZ Y
A Poor Millionaire
Lately stasrve'1i ltrjcu

of Dr. Kiiw's Netw Lif-I' iits wtttdil


for the world'!. Mu'lodaitd not fo r i i
e~vil.
A pile of d~illar. jIjed til. %% ill dit
no more g(wdt41 tlit a ji W -;i4,1,f
'ITi. lithllt ill 1ir it. -
vfiSSto b*-i lltike I 44,f-jt 1aq &t

A doj~llar iiit, ti lt. inl t aii -
robt49lwd f :-ii-e-ti
No (tilie =hcsuti dllvl Ille-IltY lillVt 14
will no~t U-ie i".
_IMtrlt-y cvi .-r hiv]Ittitor burts.
C'anlltatdtliar ile %%fioil~ 4ly cflh/t-4I
('all a 1w %l,. 11,111~ 1% c ~!1/1: W.
If ,fit- 'i l -.'.:At, 'l." Al r. I

no .til tehe tft 4 l l 11mlat. 1., 1

i'1t41Zt' t ilt, I lfe- !(A.11A 1 ia .-j \ '

V. tlit 1IM-lit-.V
Itu E~~ia '~~~ *:4 1.! tV


That ij= thit- it 14

tiuiiaf- I kave :lilt I1't. '1 *wV
they3' have .-:artli 'I. a, it~. m*
t II It






IBuet ig~Ator. tlt




Does it Pay to Buy Chea~p?
A unt.%Iie:.. eit' vIc'4.-:-e

thiig th'tt 'A~aid %N41 ,(i~l*-.!t ..



regular (littate. ?'ie' t P' i
Wit5i4-=lsi4111r i tu, Ileit-11 Ill .-iw.l
qwa t! take tilt- (#"I I vilit.lV I iiis 1. A!


luiig t rt ui~l du. 11*. 11- 4 .. I df~jbjlIii
Sy -rt I t If i4t it if i I y ti'- 41r t -'.
L'Ate-. th110 1ti-u-i(I s-: n 'i
cdist-ase, jlt alt 1414tI1.i 1 1-

t4it- jl t I. .Iit'f.rt- i lal vs* i t Ilie t.\


tnoptoly I)rug S-tt'rv.


A .' everyb.ody who rea.s the news-
F'-. i, sure tr k:i,w of th:e won-derfui
S. .. .cure: .ade by Dr.
i K r'. .a Rcot.
5 I t-'he rr: :eicy, i'ver
\ an i atier remedy.
S- .' It is the gr'at medi-
cai Ltr rna ,h of the nine-
t :lh c--.ur'; c;s-
-5 I v-rd-' af: ).'iars of
rn' reo .h y
Dr. Ki m--.r. the eemi
n t -i.:;ie. ani L;,id-
S- ,c r r -c: a. i:,t, a;Id i .
S .: -Iv-- curing
1 **.,, ... L:dder, uncr acid trcu-
:. : wh:ch .Lithe wcrat
: : wamp-Root is not rec-
,-. i :' .v'hiny, utif y u have kid-
S.r lla .ir-r trcub'e it will Le found
S :' '' '" I: ha. j een teted
.. :. t. :.:tai v..o k, in r rivate
'.1<** n: .."' I; l;: h;:.;-es too poor to puir-
r.- ..' has proved so successfull in
",'*- ,- i'. ..',- t a sp-cial arrangement ha3
.. L: :"-: ,' v:..- h all riders of this paper
..!. .., hi t '. ,: a: 'Y.i tried it, may have a
S' fre-e b/ mail, also a book
: : ,. !ut Swamp-Root and how to
f, '..t :f y ; have kidney or bladder trouble.
\'hi A"Iri::; rnention reading this generous
"I-r ;n tn:: p.ir; r and
r .... -a to
-. r" Co.. -n
re-u'.ar f-i'y- epi.t and Rlome of Swamp-Ro.
dollar '-i:ea are- .r )ld by all good druggists.


To Owners of Hardwoods

White Oak fsi) ($nd Hickory


LI ~-~` --- --


The South to 1Have a Great Big Re.
publican Daily.
A ojt4mard texi-t4 for it strong and
virile n-p;utili junn newspaper in thle
o'sth. (ti,-that will parallel fand from
L.uiis-, ie thlt- reat intluenee ot the
Iilrt--.'.11 nt.Arrangemets lit av-
.. ihit ,-11 ao Ie o wrid '~pjr1hi 9en1dwhb
:0w 1)1t.iii&'A 0()jpE'rtunlty wlieit
I I v Ive it, iii ,a I-wile felt want when'l
tit-;fie I it, tPie vc'wnling evidence of
'Po kidajlinlt-rit i.~ thle mallag-r-4 of
*l1e UeW cnito-rrlli-o i!the select iou of

-4'1.Ii h4 ~fvw t quals and no sliperior as
all ( Ilt 414 1 irallt w iter. He will wake
tlilt !iiIIi I lt lytiii'outhland.
ht~n lit_- turns Ijinstlf looM' artilhi ry
lir-* an! 'v cvalr\v eiarize.' iare weak toy
4I'.lp, Iii;al-' fo r whI at is (-old stteel and(


izLti-t tj- ael~:tA e aii1uaragrajoh a
-111 tI a ti il.1 fa4ahole thiro u~li all .44I-
IIr-\. :i! t rllw 'r ranize titi th-m \l;Iw-er
.,Ill:a -.h~dllt. A\Ii"Ol'44iS paer will
-1.tr (Pt r oftilt-tirl t tma iitidt' in thlt
411irtja! I't*tavt'il..here it ri114)idi'llt of

Genius or Lunatic?


!ilt-. Iti I- o)Ntii reily tlfliezidt to tiell
V fie t :I P1 l.j.U-111 i It'-' altid'l~17b for- 1st


Old Railroad Man Crushed to Death.
4 I* 1 1.' t. ` .I*14t" ,11eo f t tile oI'l-
t n Al 11414ill Virieda, W:v- kil-



Will Carpet the Capital.
It, 1 ,- .tr!iet, iI 1l:at it \%illI rt'uirv
= VII e _4L 1,1%.- ;11410l i vrdl- if -imrlIPt
'iti luiilL'ritzat '1al~alias.e..e

N. i1-ltje i*.vr call a
!1 4 ii'tr. .A. "&i unw- i.laor a "lItr







hu' ie-th-l'te~, \A ig) W",~>.k-iI-iil svgll
t;-w-iit ft *r tIliu, all I lIeu ol (11Vill Iti




DO YOU GET UP

WITH A LAME BACK?

KI.dner Triube Makes Ycu Miserable.


1I..


As be ~fo re -tatcd I have 4m hand1(1a
carlo ad of1one andi' Iwo-ho rv m' I'wen-,
rnkes. sickle griwivr r- iiIrepair-
pairts, and h 1 allI hav e itiitho t. xt te
lays m a ct load (of reaper.*, Ihi ifIer-,
shlredd4er- and every piari't lit ri iii ug
to make Iiarvti~tijg a -*'uccess.
RAlemembher that thle Nlc(',rnili4k
bitidtler jis the onily rijzit hli:f mviachmle
fmi thenimarket itti'I I oun hi vImiiy
any other, you are !'ure to he dil:iape
pioinited.
We defy anid challenge the world to
meet us in the llurvest field. mflere
i.- the Idlace to show what yotir un-
ehine-, are. (Call mnd see me ittid I
will give you 1)4)11 t that will in tere-it
mjaciiiiio 41 wiWll lbe 101t 11 iprid
t. "ted biefore- it. is turned ove.r toyu
F. D. POOSER, Agent.


VT MA N


J. o(. PITTMAN & SON,


NEW AND SECOND HAND


FURNITURE


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


Old Bazar Billing.


OCALA


IZOL-is Flt(Oit Onily tile best
OF!c OVEIKN uxittriil gioes
"sIlly tile
BEST BREAD
ri4tlh-(out. It is de'lighitfully vri-pi andI
whmleb9-mvll. A feiw sljevs--s i~tt#erc- is':t

Orders for Brend. etc., (,:n Ibe more
satikfaitorily filledI 1W


BENUS' BAKERY
Thuan hy :myIt I II i, i7'k 14ii


NlOT IN AN'Y TRUST'
Man vTit Itsr-* h i.iv 1: i -! v ..i v :it irr ricy
RO rc pt) rt. I.% ii.~~0 rt I,,p ari i t T) tie s Ilc(t
.liatt
rHE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
Aasr ttI lt'L114 t~hihuc fi!th.! irt. i- Pitreith in

mvd' itlz w h .I.'*i r j "%ul I .: t W).; "Ipif-l iftill
tyitahl atIt Iv,- : '1ta l~ .:4it a( ,e .' lie t. ir ii
i i: t-; wid i l! .t~ir m l!in- !It i ht, re i %-. % -i f al

rise New llose~e" im the only really
111611 (RAPE scowilog wacloseC
It lti -t r,- ,iirv ~fivr it-Is. .tit. r inttla tTrus.t
m n ~*ir erseh I i'(r j,nty t4 Id ts 1.4 w.-have'
1%) dt-.-Is 141 1-t v. XW. l'axt- iw.v,-r dii. ret!into

*ss or FtCv i% W li'. I, .1 2 '!-. sI lt, l o.tlip 414,
en.is yodur ill,-i,.,v a:ivt 'rv -itii li,. t.; c.anl ion4 a
voeerIHopped,' ",heolfer.Ili'- cal ;11N-1 Okit .1ut
ettd-r mcIiiitil-i.f- or Is t I umi 6 tsi t can mrv It: t..'
lst w1wllre. If tO' ,r.- 14 ni.' sit-ancr nvear '1,
rritt siir41 1tit us
HE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
ORANGes, MASS.
cw Yerk. I 'hiii': s, Illt.. St. I it.is. Nlo_ i s


C orner Ft. King and Magnolia St.
FLORIDA.


Y LOEIDA


s1uTA[SS & ('().



WHISKIE S

AT WHOLESALE PRICES


u. T i ->- k .. itA t ).

o.o S. 0jc1&SaoIoT. CENTRAL 1.1L'MIIER CO()


---Dealers in and manufacturers of
YellIowv Pine L~undcr I( i .L ltil I )ttv cd.

Eic'. SNri.Il Work :wtul or. ,-r%' -it r%, V..,i 4 t I
netiis, r:tw#I.s aiii i h todit,ii ,I' h,sk-I-..c 'a*h-Ia *1
A Is-, agr tits fo)r (C ; 'W e'Ct 0 l.nt. i t'vten.r of. *r% f6 or it#;& 6 t s itI i 'h*e s-
at e~ 'd~t I ihti. h tI I Sl.5 t. 'S.'I lbirt l. htr~ipt,@., V t i.. I 1 1 jr z %I*8
WLss4 CM1'oniaty. Estimates and Infoiomatiom Promptly Fwrottshed.
THE CENTRAL LUMBER CO., P. 0. 801 $51. IOLAhA


MANUFAC'rviarts OF'





Purchase our itiakt'. which we
0 tarantte Sulper'ior to anyi
Silid Si .ith. a 111 'licrebv
Save lmOwi.'
Ofti ice iis Vakl i ttit. KiI )g (t4i-O,te Ccallit,. -


Charleston


S. C


A.


E.


HARDWARE.


Sash and
Doors, .

oft


Farming
Tools..


Ready Mixed
Paints to .


m.


V


Plianter v.. fulll ,ail l "-.
per hottl. ......
Fe .rn I.ill ye, fil! 1.. ., -
per bottle...... .
l iil,**l r .,o n ni i: 'l!, -- ,' 'ii
fi.ll ili .r't .> ...........
ll i i:;. .- .. .

1P ilg ri .laL ......... .
I'liltl ll l .......... ......

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1ill In ltt ....... .........,
puritan Iur
Tirke .Miore Youi i. ; .
BMurray i ( nWhisies:
(A'I If arv*-t (',rn. .l

Strauss' ',, l" e. )I 'l n i'
per l ottle . .





Read

Our




Before You

Buy Whiskies:


_I J. A. PITTMAN,
cm ____ ____71_


4


M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
.... COMPANY .

F. I). POOSER, Agent,
( ('ALA. FLI)R1A.


-- -- --


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9 :


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'Al S"I"96


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THE UUsALA BANNER, NOVEMBER, 21, 1902


Wbm. thorn a he wre retyae
-01* ear Oa il ver witore areeiklng
OWa gold. some& time Ume it was be-
WS OWWWuvqVs In OW large tqumtlue"
qsooiI'umi. in 1%'A. it wav auied that
mWW Wes uIemm-eey;r ow, that it was
uw"Ini itself. and whether lit the
upset Gil foot atf It. whoetomr with or
q Simg tow su~m';tcn f The Mov.
Orsum oim.etungmil upoln it. thMa 412!4
Vm1of solIvvr would Ime wrtht a dobl-
MWt sesygbhriv and Pver)wh1-re, and
~~C-460,11 "fwe away silver ill
elss slt ill@ tire wrfec-t apetusuane
tm'It W0eld KIssy. commandc its
aW9% s yalwso.-a expv..-mmed in the
i-i 1'tt d.41ar
O'sths tom.- guelt he&@ ta4wir found
a reste-T .1,aant"Ialef 111%11 P-ilver, yt-.t
qhc, as t-.t a ul-SsAke-.lligl.
1-ties.t-' .i that ttlq~e.' whit
wee- 111 19e,' 1-o.*lt a '10 Ibun ellhetsa at
all sv, 9 it,%!cj,.- wl-i weatre autitheeri-
t~ *i'* Il-to%-t,.rltm*', at sll.
Ie *e*I~11- U,141 that Oa- Pewsn &.
sivaf#*Vtr anfletlcr. 161111
4dttc~f girl JIM frf"nal 1itactt-t -milve-r, that
Upieeoit it tweat, lit moaver ill value-.
assIlslow *t woov-11 "111V :.' estate' ill

Ihe.jw csspe o e-lver, fll to molet.
Slow,"- lwf w' it to it motiOWY ititri
req t ii OU~tt 11t19Ita tiatkiral

"Di owogw it m. all title fitistmltwork
of ame I,~a Is- "ISad.' aatA It,- vaelie-
0204 t-, Owe *-tiartmentot ift rWovvr-I
upmt.
As.comist4 s- groerinettliotita, -tie after
Sm44b571 lowooffit talking the0-it lorE)Pk
away, from, giold its pritic will teegin tol
tumaloeil the assnme ase ilver.
Atoll' etwom twi'te-r that Millm were'

jjuMi tf s9taau-tl we'll th.-
re .orl*f f11-W tf'a Bellci iuta
bim Nvewma loee 11e'.Vt6cI that "014a011-


Igi, sor lthe.' iiat nw.reeiot of sliti 0ti'

loate"W ra the- m'et.-'. lc'l)o SiC
fI*w-w. 14s, if coti1%a'i uwr we're mNie'ic
ow"q, ".uidtw ne' m''- cit all e-'jUality


Oftfatt.'e. eu14tn. t'v a Mere.P' 4Oi
Or.- fus I 'tt" &i; .-R e'ai1a
obouir .1 of ft#,e I.1111 Qet .- t iet* el


~u~' -tagsa~wla *tull large-r 94,11 4`14--



Iseoee fabsstt

I.-tsebe etin the Itt

Pl- ate. fair at Lake Ciaty wam 11

Poiteaps tW Medst umeetatile t.Ita
-A. she I i eure iriunlag time fairwa


P4.40,'e .110 lit 9-j s so-k gr.-m u tilt-
co-'ulm %~ to K#-lift u Ly 110,,ita "'IaIItI~r1
I.- m~~ 'soaftj ,fV tlmr-,eiliiniiIre'
1me~ of a;.t'l- l irtg e tr l.re

IL rea tto it,&-e -it att-t. t '- I It
eei.-tatto roirns totm ati too tee e'ta' 41f tit"
$sillc- 140.- tmd4us-trie. 4o 'tit"t tt
Atiso. tioivIt' -14%-ek maill te 6:retl.
aui; r''e 1 i.1.1.1smt lime-tm a 1ith smoetui
na ?me'% are- pre-Ioatita tof utili7.t- tilt

*wltild tabb'-II. %t 1, 4dml. that thle' watural
rovoot ? -v tot Il, o,--et1.1011 are to it 1 re-I
4.1w.41 Sit a 9n.%f# e'e011W.set'a it. IttI [Iit ?A-.
T114.' svotSc* v-alllo' qf ituck cattle in
IIAsa usa lose, was i4 a hiead. Tit-
goo~ettruiiterw~ rw-;'e't Ittuei5s Ithat ill

that wimat was. *17- .aic s litjtit 1.4 f- ore tim
euemet truot m Orr' thau flair cfo thi!-
lmrmme'es it. Vaiteo e-euae frontt imptnsvp
e Ilk til te' 1-10194. ''4u slid I VkilP
sIw.. 1w.rlisP-tomo 14 ie4 all average (of rat
1.4 t c *~~lt be at tieso"A cititt44,1-tt 14?

'Willi a I :c 'trI4paste aill re-apo lim va.iute
l'% te-M" 14 .-1 tilt asc''c q' julsilI%
ta-c letU- li-st 4ieoolair.

J4 I- zI~i'cN

.~ ~ Fish and Oys-


owe Prmee forEadge, OGtt.
The following Is what the Florida
A4grculturist has to say of Marion's
exhibit at the fState Fair at Lake
City:
"Marion county is slowly recovering
er lot citrus industry, and the dis
play here made by Memrs. Gist, Ken-
dig, Etter and Upham, largely of
pinespple oranges for which that
county is celebrated, was encouraging
and creditable.
"Artichokes, eoutie grown in the
county, chufas, four kinds of hay,
Corn, well grown ribbon cane, etc.,
make up a fine agricultural display.
"There is one exhibit of 125 differ.
int varieties of preserves, pickles, jel-
lies, etc., entered by Mies Jessie
Owens-her own handiwork-which
is "a fine as one would wish to see,
and illustrates the possibilities of the
county better than could an hour of
talk.
"An exhibit which opens the eye-
of Floritdiauls as well as strangers is
he display of the Est Florida Ice
t(oImuplty of Ocala, which is optratiung
a (oiipltte meat packing plant. This
year they have packed 4104-,(4 pounds
of 1Fl-rida raised meat. Their di -.
I-lay of sugar cured hams is flue.
"There are fine samples of almost
-very variety (if vegetalile that will
grow in Florida soil, a handsome di-
play of Florida hard wodls, etc.
"A freak that is hard to believe un-
le,-. wst-n is an oak growing out of a
cypress stock.
Eugene Dozier, an Ocala boy, has
%o0te pen and Ink drawings on exhi-
bit ion that give promise that he will
develop in t an artist of note. One
pi"'et represents Justice, and in white
lett,-rm on black streamers around the
central piece are the wording, "Ju.t
touch the button with Justice and we
will do the rest," followed by a scroll
telling of the attractions and indus-
tries of Marion county."
Florida's Official Vote.
Tallahassee, Nov. 19.-The election
rtlurn from every county in the state
have eten received at the office of the
Secretary of State, and the State
Board of (Canvaners have made the
riticial canvas and declared the re-
rults as follows:
For Couigressman-First district, 8.
M. Sparkman, 6,597; second district,
Rloitrt W. Davis, 6,494; third district,
William B. Lamar, 4,249.
For Supreme Court Justice-Wil-
liam A. locker, 16,215.
For Secretary of State-H. ('lay
Crawford, 1 ,42aS.
For 4'omptroller-A. C. Croom, 16,-
124.
For Railroad C'onmis-.ioners-Jef-
ferson B. Browne, 16,655; R. Hudson
Burr, 1i5,215.
Constitutional amendment provid-
ing foi three additional supreme court
juctices-For, 5,515; against, 3,121.
M.%jority for, 2,594.
C oustitutitinal amendment provid-
ijg for an additional judicial cir'uit-
For, ',170; against. ,l-:.. .Majority
for, ",41.
Griner Farm Mappening s.

IX, th( 1ljzt r uf tht tk'ala Banner,
Cant- grinding ia now in ordr and
ever-ybrdy is "'tuck up."
Mr. Milo Hal -ll hss gone to Tampa.
Mr. \V. E. Little is on the sick list.
Mr. ('tariie l*ituer took in thb staLt
fair at iake City and retMorto a liit-
time. He went with the (Ocala Itaflee,
o0 which organization he is a memliber.
Mita Mattle LAne, our etlicient
.s-hootl ta'tider, took in children's day
at the state fair Friday.
.Mr. L-land Sn.oak, of Ocala, was a
Sunday afternoon vistor here.


In last week's article it should have
read, "Mr. and Mrs. John Syler have
moved into their new house," instead
of "l*ytes." JtJDIE
An Approaching Marriage.
Cards are out announcing the mar-
riage of Miss Franceinah N. Carter,
daughter of Mr. and Mr-. J. M. T.
Carter, of Carter's Pond, to Mr. Sam-
uel Neal, of Shiloh, Fla.
The marriage will take place at
high noonI, November 26tlh, at St.
Johlin .Methodist church at Cotton
Plant.
After thl-* marriage a wedding din-
ner will hwe served at the hospitable
home of the bride's parents, to which
a large numtuer of luvitations have
t-en issued.
Marloe's Example.
Mr. (;as Liddon's fine colt attracted
attenuton everywhere anti was by long
odds the finest animal exhibited at
the state fair. He was offered $340)
(or him by two diarerent parties, one
Of whom s-id that if he had the ani-
mal iin New York city he could easily
s-!l him for a thousand dollars. This
horsm shows not only what can he but
what is being done itn Florida. It


I THE NERO NOT A BEAST.


So Say the Baptist State Convention
of Texas.
The feature of the Baptist state con-
vention held at Waco, wal tIhe report
of the committee on negro population.
I The report strongly urges negro evan-
gelization. It says in part:
"All attempts to prove that the ne-
gro is not a man in the image of God
with an immortal human soul, are
futile, vain, wicked and blasphetnous,
a slander against the human race and
an offense to God. Your committee
calls upon our brethren, nmiuister-,
teachers and inembers everywhere to
expose and denounce the insultii g
and outrageous bosh now circulating
in the south, which professes loudly
to prove from the Bible that the negro
is not human, but a bea-st without a
soul.
"In conclusion, the committee rec-
omnmends, tirst, that the Balptists of
Texas here and now empaha'iially de-
clare their profound interest in their
bother in blae.k; that they love him
for Christ's sake and that they are
willing al-I anxious to leave n nothing
of their duty to the negro utndolne;
second, that this committeee instruct
the incoming board f state missions
to take at once any %teps their wisdoni
may suggest to manage somee plan bI
which we tnia help the lne-ro preach-
er, and through him help tlia net:zr'
church, and through the negro church
reach and help the negro population "
News Notes of Gaiterville.

To the idito of the ocala Bannu-r
The (Gaitervillites are experiencing
a great deal of sickness at present.
Mrs. .John dc Brass and baby are
both on the sick list this wiek, as i4
als little Lummie Deas. \Ve hope to
see hetm well soon.
ISiome of llie young people of (iaiter-
ville and Heidtville were liresent at
the state fair in Lake City. They all
reported a nice time.
Colonel Watson and his son, ( of Hillsboro county, pasesd through
Gaiterville last week en route to their
old home at Archer, in Levy county.
Colonel VWatson is very old and c-an
tell many interesting stories of his old
war life.
Mrs. Mary Cleaveland, of Ocala,
visited relatives aud friends in Gaiter-
ville Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Cora Ross, who has charge of
the Indian Lake school, spent Satur-
(lay night in GaitLrville.
We are sorry to learn that Sami
Shine is suffering very much from the
effects of a bad cold. Wonder from
what direction it came? May be from
the springs.
Mr. LeRoy Fort. of Dunnellon, was
in Gaiterville Sunday. Come again,
Roy.
Mr. T. W. Strickland, of Georgia, is
now with the H. N. & Co. Still near
this place.
Mr. (Croshy ha1, sld out his interest
in the still at He-icl'viile and Mr. S.
W. Pettaway is now superintending
the same.
Mr. George Pet taway is very acconm-
Inodating, or at least hlie was Saturday
evening, and I believe he will coutiniue
to be the same, and I alsu believe the
young ladies think so, too.
Miss Gertrude Butlh r, of Wildwood,
is again in ( aiterville on account of
the illness of her sister, Mrs. John de

Mr. L. F. Risher, of C('rystal Ri\er,
is in (aiterville for a few days.
M1r. B. F. Getty and wif- will spend
a few days at ('Caystal River this week.


Wonder what fellow it is that is so
deeply interested in indiing the angel
cake and egg custard. I believe if the
truth was known it is himself.
There is one poor fellow in Gaiter-
ville that looks bad. He says it is on
account of loss of sleep, but it didn't
seem so Sunday night.
UNCLE JOE.
November 17, 110t2.

Great Crowds Greet Dr. Crane.
The Tamulpa Times says this of Dr.
CraMe, who comes Sunday to inaugu-
rate protracted services at the Baptist
church:
"The Palm avenue Biptist church
was literally packed at last night's
service, and many could not get in.
Dr. Crane preached a powerful sermon
from the text, "Except a man he born
again, he cannot see the kingdom of
God." The spiritual birth was as'
much a fact a, the natural birth. Re-
formation could iu no way take the
place of regeneration. It wa. God's
work in the soul. Under the spirit's
laeding, the sinner could meet the
conditions under which the new birth
took place. (;od's "cannot" iu the
text, revealed an impossibility, from
the divine side, of saving a sinner
i w-ithduat th\a s ,eoni nl hmen, al lt of tirii-


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TEAOHIERS AIDED TO PASS
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NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
of Chapter 4", Laws of Florida.
NOTICE IS tHEREBY GIVEN THAT J. J
I.uffman, purchaser of Tax Certificate No
-!2. dated the 6th day of August, A D. acoo
ha.- filed said certificate in my o ce and has
made application for tax deed to issue in ac
cordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property situated in Marion county,
Florida. to-wit:
Commencing at a point six and two-third
chains west of southeast corner of northeast
quarter of northeast quarter, section 2S. town"
ship 14. south range 22 east, thence west six and
two-third chains, north to chains, east six and
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NOTICE

Notice of application for tax deed under cectton
S of chapter uj-, Laws of Florida
NOTICE IS HERIIV (,IVI-:N THAT l.
war.- Wi: liams purchase r of tax certiticate
No. dated the rth day of Augudt. A. u. ISo.
ha-. fil-, said certificate in my office and ha-
made application for tax deed to Iasue in ac
cordance with law. Said c'erticicate embrace*
the toll.wingi d-scribed property -atuated in
Marion county. Florida. to wit. NeX ul of
sec ;, p 17. r I ).
The t aid i.tll bting asesseid it the date of
the i--- 11c, of iuch certificate in the name
Jos.eph Kirk!ri'ie.
'nhiIs sa,-i Ler:tilicate hall twbe redeemed wac-
cording to law. t'x deed will Ihe iud thereto
on the 29th da:v (o' Novemhber. A. 1. iyoj.
Witn.'-'-. my oti'cial signntute andi -,al thih the
27th day ofOctober. A. D- 1,02
1 o-3' S. T. IlSTRI NK
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla.
NOTICE
*in the Circuit Court:of the Fifth Junticial firct
of Florila. lMation county- In chancery.
.Hester Framien. Complain t. %s -n.aih Framaer
IDrfendtnt-Itill itrt luivorce
rl'HE DEFENDANT., IAIAIH FRA/I.R IS
1 hereby required to appear in the- bll of om-
plaint in the above entitled cause on the rule
day in Decenimbr, to-wit.
th .At ,tav f DD),"mbrA. .. i:)o.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order
he published once a week for eight consecutive
weeks in the Ocala Banner. a nrwpaper puh-
lished in Oc-ala. Marion county. Florida.
WAitne-s my hand and official eal this the
oth day .-f Octuober. A. D. -ne,.
(Seal) s T. SITRt'NK.
EDWIN SPE1NCER. Clerk Circuit Cotrt.
Coniplainant. Solicitor to-to

NOTICE.
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in and for Martin County.
In Chancery.
%Samuel R. Pyltes. Complainant. vs. Alfred Ti
Reufro et al. Defendants.
T IS ORDEKEI) THAT AI.FRKF) T R iv-
fro. one of the defendants h.-ren named., h.
-ind he is herrlby required to appear to the btll
>t complaint in this cause on
.Monday, the ist day ,,f Dec A D. isoi
It is ordered that a copy of thi. order be pub-
lished once a week fir four cons-cutive week%
iiI the acala Banner.
Done this the 9th day of (Ictober. A. D i.>*,.
s r SISTt' NK.
(Seal Cle-k Circutit Coumrt
K. B, Bullock. Comp. Solicitor. t1o i 4t

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE F-OR DIS&
CHARGE

NoT'IC IS HtlER:BY GI.N THAT m
Sthe fir-t day of Jinnary. A. I 1) i. the
tindt r-.gunl a-s it- adlmini.tratoIr of the etale
)f liver (. Finch, lattv of the County of Marl
'il uII the S.t-Ate 'f FlortdA. ldecei- edl. will rpe-
-ent to the honorable County Jitdge for Marson
County. Floridi mn final re-tarn st -esuch ad-
mini-iti1atnlx :in, aI k t,) It is-harKedI
I.ICINA A('<;I.TA FINCH,
Admnniiaitrater
Ocala. Florida Jinn %, t. 4 im em

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.

NOTICE IS HEREHIV GIVFN THAT 0o
the i-t (lay -of Decemb-iter A ) i -)u I will
apply to Hon,,'rable RPbert tBllo juIdgein and for Marion co-untv State of Wontda
at his office itin 'lala. Fla. an aid county for an
order anthori/ing me *s guardiann of the minor
heire- of the -state of ieter et Ititvre deceated.
to .ell at private- %ale the foliwiug property
belonging to said estate., towit Wi of 41 (A J
twelve. Caldwell's addition to (cala. Florfida
Said land teloni(ing to the estate ef the k*
Peter Mclntyre. dlecra.wd. to bt %old for the
best interest of -aidl minor heirl.
This.. th day ofw tctoe1-r Xa.
1o-. AI.eXANM.-;D MMc lrva-. Guardian




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r st Gorts BeCrld.

The state newspapers are evidently
in a hurry to get out candidates to be
chosen for the more important offices
in 1904. Some of the candidates
themselves appear to be equally im-
patient to make known their aspira-
tions.
Thus early the field is full of candi-
datep for governor, United States sen-
ator and -crougratsman from th- se.nuid
district. The announcement that Hi.
-,Ht-rt W Davis would not txti'd f< r
re-election to congress in 19104 hi.
brought him prominently fIorward Ias
an aspirant for the gulet-rnatorial
nomination. Two powerful n.-wspa-
pers, however, have long since com-
mitted themselves against him.
The Tanm a Tribune is stoutly advo-
cating Editor Frana Harri' of the
Ocala Banner, while the Banner with
equal ahibity preem-s the nomination


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of Editor Wallace F. Stovall of the- -
Tribune. This may be regarded by ...
some as merely a mutual admiration m-
society, as the phrase goes, but to the
Herald it seems that both g.utlemen T 1 .... 1 [ T^
:=in*.-, mmpaadi,; tE Is appreciated by all, but what you select for your
should win th*- nomination, the stAt- do l -
prven will rejoice with aireat unamity. dp_ 0.
.t.d sthoroughlyrr dinner goes a long way towards making a good one.
the ttate that the ablest editor may -
hae little chance against him. Every-
body believes that he is excellent
othe gr.nheme hale This fall our stock is more complete than ever before,
Several other gentlemen have t1wen1 T "- ,os _c
named in connection with the gover- .. A
or ,,ip, tut no great u,.roar is 1ma st
. their behalf. No dbt, a anything you want in the grocery line can be instantly
the timeapproaches, theirjournalistic 1' / 1 / g
and other friends will be heard from o ,
numerous as counties in the supplied from our store, all our stuff isabsolutely fresh
as numerous as counties in the aolniJt
district. A complete list, therefore, .-..
cannot be given. Duval of course, 01ne i n s
ach, Voluia and other counties and ure, this is one thing we insist upon. e run
have named good men for the seat p.. g -
which Col. Davis i to vacate. Chliar- 0 -
i*-y ('oo( r, 4'hurley Filds u1. M i d s a NI.
:thes; SrnatormsofVlu.- an exclusive grocery store and our aim is o keep up
other; Senator McCreary of Alachua 45a--
a third. If the Herald was in the 0
second district, it would advocate bnth d lt h th wt f t
('ooper and MeCreary, as it is -- s W 1TIsIUe W quainted with both and knows them d. .
to be well qualified for the position.
McCreary, however, has been men- .,
tiooed for United States senator to .- _, _'. -
succeed Senator Taliaferro who is a
candidate for re-nomination. As G( v.
Jenings and oN.. Stockton are Mincemeat, Figs, Dates, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Orange and
also candidates for this tenatort-hil, -
the race in the primaries is liktlyIto, Lku
.,,"l" evers nin Florida.1 Lemon Peel, Pumpkin, Evaporated Prunes, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Ap-
It will be a battle of giants, a" it were,
andnomanat this time can foretell ples, Nectarines, Cluster Raisins, Apple Butter, Jams, Preserves. Marma
the result.
During his service in the seniat, lades Cranberrys, Cranberry Sauce, Pineapple and Edam Cheese, Celery,
Mr. Talaferro has won great ptrestige-, .
.kby which and his exeir"e Fruit Cake, Pound Cake. In fact everything that goes to make a
and skill in poolitic, he will be hard to Caenk
down. Gov. Jennings, on the otherT A T/ -.
bdand, hasmade the state uch an ad- TH TA NKSGI V ING DINNER.
mirable chief executive that thou.-*- -
and@ of people have come to btliewve
that here is nothing too good fo(- hnm
and they will toive him eu'husiata. .
support. The (k'ala hauutsr, winj-

'isaasexcellent WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION EVERY TIME.
Mr. Stockton's following is also large -
and determined. Though a cort-orsa-
tion man hinmelf, he is regarded as
the anti-corporation candidate; and -.-
as the sentiment against cuerl.orations "
owigtroger, it ay yet li" him' Insist upon having the best. A good cook is always particular
into Mr. Tallaferro's senatoiiatal sea. -
i". w"o ua'" arl tnhe s ate ol sr- to get first class groceries, W e have a reputation for first class
vice. In fact, all the senatorial aspir- -
ants are blessed with the requi-it' d'--
abilityand theinerests of the stat goods built by years of careful attention to the wants of our cus-
wovl i be ,afe in the hands of any one
and'".. eenta the pitines tonerst Send us a trial order if you are not already a customer
papers and the politicians are not 7
done with one campaign before they
are into another. It is all right. Let -
us have something to talk about. It
will do no harm, if everytbody will i .
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Twelve years ago J. W. sullivan, of me "Q A Ia
Hartford, Conn., scratched hisleg with
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poisoning set in. For two years lie m-
suffered intensely. Then the best d-e-
torw urged amputation, "but" he writer
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