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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: November 28, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00668
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER


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

VOL \\V NO. t0. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1902. DOLLAR A YEAR.
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gpain *0. B. at tala y-sterday,after a pleasant visit


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tes aei~avaw Fla.. tbesopend ibe
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Sir K4Kk -traplsaug. of Anthony,
Fis ais&& 1Ww" woolsilug bio terkotheer-an-
isvoMr I.- N l'ate.-Vrrrly eer. At-
laaI~ALSJPUfil.
.e4atal Is.m am u, caliasmand frei' are
jWs'inhWVelY urel 0.7 wasg I~obert'a
: falii ts go* u ics ) tour heu-pu back
iis ttfasi A mt. A uderuwou.
Ulr alid 9Mra. M... RoetiDWO'U and
%Ires Kwamk, -oftue 1Muentef~uts hotel,
04-1t IA9J4, s.i'Iels-t bight tao
*#w-td a f, a day%.
4 1ill, and fe-tsr its a tnottle of
t6rscVV,$S amicleat Ilieu Tonic. I t is
64"1164Y -"-ueandquitilseinc ia tea~teltiS
fer- .uem 4 -m.' tspa). Se.
Mir J FVIK leard. re-turned vespter-
day ateumoo.uoofr~om a visit tee Gaijitme
vi Oril. al's-rebe assut it, 'Li ok after hip.

mIesdaasae Kit'lerm-rsnt tol Dunine-1
lam ye-siwsbrd) &Afteuvne' ti visit their
hmetsavi. wh. t wrafe*ervofiititimtt wer-
-bu.at that 544SV.
MT W. M Ieie)'lft esserday af-
to-Vi8sMli fI-r lnv,.rteliUs teattemid tbte

* Ihbbe t-1 Mr. Jaw*.- KeIIV..
MT uty ~,-~~k evst~itrIaorruw
*ftown wella few Wepsh i ngtoler, [. C.,
109WmUmewimuedutiveas amp-a~o in the

Mr. Frank 0tarris. %Mia-S aam Harris
sd Frank Harris-. Jr.. "icat- today
low Jaeksm'Vitle to .eaJ~vv the gala
WSW& feavait.'.fir severaldays.


to, his broCther, Cadet Oswar Zewadski,
of East Florida Seminary.-Gaines-
ville uMn.
Mrs. Nathan May anid infant son,
,of Summerfiild, arrived in the city
vyeterdytayo spend tie week with
Mr-. Mayo's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
V. NewW ot.
Ti-.. following parties left yesterday
to Pee the gala week attractions at
Jacksonville, viz: B H. Seymour,
Id C(armichael, Marcus Frank, E. E.
liam.t, ,W. T. Wheeler, R. L Ander
P.on, L. J. Brumby.
(aplt. F. D. Pooser, the champion
machine salesman of the McCormick
Machine Company, has just finished
baling 130 bales of hay for Mr. Geo.
C 'lose, and will bale several tons for
Mr. Allan Rodgers this week.
Beautiful Clear Skies.
Herbine exerts a direct influence on
the owels, liver and kidneys, purify-
ing and strengthening these organs,
anid maintaining them in a normal
cot.dition of health; thus removing a
common cause of yellow onothy greasy
skin. and more or less of pimples,
blotches and blackheads. 50ic at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Judge Benjamin Gardner died at hasi
home in Palestine, Texas, Monday
| afternoon at the advanced age of
w years. The deceased was the father
of Mrs. W. H. Clark of thief city, to
whom we extend our sincere sympa-
thies.
Our estimable city editor has the
thanks of the "force" for remember-
ing them while at the "remembrance
table" at the Methodist supper last
night. The turkey, plum pudding,
etc., wiih which the_ were "remem-
bered" were simply fine. Diet's have
another Methodist supper.
We make the filling of prescriptions
our special business and with care,
promptness, and with low prices,
have built up a good business, we
want your trade and will be pleased
to have you "ek your physician to
leave your prescription with us. Ty-
ding &(o. t
Mr. 1. L. Hoffoiuder, proprietor of
the Bergain Store, yesterday appear-
ed before Judge W. 8. Bullock and
took cut naturalization papers so that
be might take part in the coming city
election. He has been a resident of
this country for over ten years, but a
desire to cast a ballot never took hold
of him until now.
News reached this city last night
that Mr. Jesse C. Miller, who recent-
ly went to Pensacola, was stabbed
yesterday while trying to separate two
sailtori who were fighting. It is re-
ported that he is not expected to re-
cover from his injuries, but the re-
port cannot be verified, and we trust
that it is all a mistake.
Worm Destroyer.
White's ('ream Vermifuge, not only
kills worms, but removes the mueusc
and slime, in which they build their
Inests; it brings, and quickly, a heal-
thy condition of the body, where
wores cannot exist. 2Se at the Anti-


THE METHODIST SUPPER.

Was Largely Attended and Was a
Big Success.
The sale and supper given by the
ladies of the Methodist church at ith
armory Tuesday n ight attracted a very
large crowd a 1I it w.ts a splendid
success in all of its appointments.
The supper was elegant in itself and
elegantly served. Th, following was
the menu:
Turkey with dre~-ing and cranberry >.tuce.
Chicker. salad. Potato chlps. Bread.
Butter. lPicklt-.
Coffee. Tea. Ice watet
Plum pu.ding. Ice creamn and cake.
There was no (onfusion anu thi
best regulated laotet could not havt
prepared nor Pterv d a supper mnort
orderly.
The supper tables were presided
over by Misses Nellie Anderson, Jcn-
uie Mayor, Eloise Miller, Jennie Bull,
Freddie Foy, Grace Moore, Mesdamue.
W. J. Chambers, W. W. C(lyatt, Ver-
non Clyatt, Carrie Long, Syd. Whaley,
IAhnrg, Jtsse Neely, B. H. S.-yrnoui
and J. (i. Fergusom.
Each one vied with the oth-r iii
having their tables the most beauti-
ful and they were all indet.d, lovely.
The following ladies superintendd
the kitchen department and it was
to their skill and judgment that the
arrangements were so nicely carried
out, viz: Mesdames i. MeConiathy,
Mary Snyder, ('aro Murrell,
Wilson, Frank Harris and Mi-s M'-
(lure.
The candy table was very Ibeautiful-
ly arranged and was the artistic work
of Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mrs. Thomas
Sexton and Miss lPerla Lester.
The beautiful feature of the even-
ing's entertainmntnt was the remindm
brance table," which -ontained arti-
cles contributed by former re sidents,
visitors and well wishers of Ocala,
prominent among which was the
Thanksgiving turkey stufled with
currency of the realm; fifty s'ven
dollars in checks and greenbacks and
a large number of articles consisting
of fancy work of all d s.-riptious,
paintings, pen pictures, hand painted
china, handkerchiefs, baby caps and
sacko, slumber robes and a numberof
other miscellaneous and exquisite
articles.
There was also a table of fancy
work contributed by the lady memn-
bers and friends of the church in this
eity.
These tables were looked after Iby
Mrs. W. K. Zewad-ki, Nfrs B. J.
Potter, Missrs Valeta Potter, Sara
and Violet Hlarris.
The ladies of the Methodist churtn
are, of course, delighted with the -uc
cess of thtir entertainment, and we
are requested in their behalf to ex-
press their thanks to the members of
other churches and to 'he citizens of
Ocala generally for their patronage
and presence, which rendered the
occasion so profitable and delightful.
We are sorry that we have not
*pace to mention all of the names of
contributors, and that it was impossi-
ble .at the hour of going to press to
ascertain the gross receipts, but it is
safe to say that it amounted to several
hundred dollars.
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 i)rug Store. m
Death of Orlando Pyke.
The above named citizen, well
known in this community, died at
his home a few ntiles south of Ocala
Mondy night at 10 o'clock of old age


and general debility, and was laid to
rest in the old cemetery in this city
Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Pyke had the misfortune to
have his house destroyed by fire some
months ago in which he came near
losing his life, and he never rallied
from the shock.
He was the father-in-law of Mr.
Henry L. Reynolds, and was an old
and respected citizen.
A childless home is a cheerless hoine
The material instinct exists in every
woman, and when it is ungrateful she
is deprived of much of the happiness
of life. It often happens that child-
lessness is due to some cause which
can be removed, and often is removed
by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favolte Pres-
cription. The vigor and vitality


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THE


BOSTO


STORE


TIlE COLb WEATHER


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


Men's Very Heavy Fleered Underwear.
Men's Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
Boys' Very Heavy Fleeced Underwear.
BoRyN Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
Ladiet' Very Heavy Ribbed Underwear.
LadieW B'*t Ribbed Underwear, -
The Beit Men's Top Shirts in Ocala for


9 r9ent-Ai.
14 023 r(Cflo.m
23 (evlm..

10 -eulmi


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

Skirtt, Shirt Waists. Wrappers, Jackets, Capes,

and all kinds of Underwear, Dress Goods and

Trimmings a Specialty, Everything Complete.


1;1 BOYS' SUITS TO BE SOLD

1UUU AT A SACRIFICE, |100


THE


BOSTO


OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.


Ocala's New Race Track.


We stated In Tuesday's paper that
a tract of laud had been secure d for
the race track. This lot Is an admira-
ble one and is near the city limits, on
Exposition street.
The lot ios so level and the soil so The Mo
firm it Is estimated that a track can
be built on it for les than .. LA
It, is estimated that the cost of the LA
lot, fencing same, building a grand
stand, capable of seating 250) or more
people, grading the tratk and tinish-
ing it in the most modern style, can
all be done for *3500 or less. The late
It is also suggested that thil old La The lates
Criola cigar factory be purchased and casto
moved on to the race track lot for a Flannel f
permanent exposition building, with -
the purpose in view of having an an- Black He
un1l county fair and capturing at one Black He
time or another, if not permanently, Black Sil
the state fair. Black Ca
All these matters will be discussed i
at the meeting in the council chain-
her tonight. The
Come to the meeting, lend it your and
aid and let us see that this enterprise,
which means much towards the j De
growth of the city, does not slip away Silk Wai
from us. S
Remember the meeting will be at Flannel I
the council chamber at 8 o'clock to- F -nnelei
night. Flannel
Improvements at The Tea Pot.
The Tea Pot Grocery, ever on the My
lookout for anything that will im- J
prove their facilities for taking care for mar
of their daily increasing trade, have looking
put in a lot of bins for storing all their ;
bulk goods. Besides, they are widen-; i/
ing their counters and making other LV e O
improvements preparatory to doing a 1
bigger business this fall than ever be-
fore. The motto of this house, "If
it's kept in a grocery store we've got '
it," Is evidenced more and more every


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OCALA, FLA.


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st Exquisite Line of


DIES' DRESS GOODS
"" Can Be Seen Now at My Store.

st designs of Black Raised Peerola, from. l.ia to |h J.
t designs of Broadcloth, in black. green,
r. navy. brown and royal buie., at .......... .75 to )1..'
'or dresses at from ..................... :; too .-
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enrietta from ............................. .:;. to .
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shim ere from ............... .......... .. i to, .,8


SMost Attractive Line of Ladies' Fancy
I Plain Waistings, in the Very Latest
igns. .
stings from 9...........................u ,o .,
waistings from ............................. 4. to i.

tte Waistings from................... .. ... io to ..1


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

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NOVEMBER 2S, 1902


ROODS IN MARION COUNTY.




jusm stic Work of Our County Commissio)ers. T)e Cost of

Tie Roods. material Used. Yearly Expenditure. System)

Employed. Benefit to the People, Etc.

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orioutity. jorat'tivalty within tilt- past cot- t I ly giurels-ta-ed, smanipits of roc-k
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t14.e eut-Utoft v'etsty muiles, over forty (lith-'relt roads, with a detailedl de-
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MARIO N'S ABLE BiARl)D (F Co NTY (0 IMMISSP)NERS.
Tih i tergetveir wdly of men who are heart and .ul in lthe go-od roads move.
nli itt ra*tel aon ill tir roe"ord lteo peratie:,tly uaniainous eilndorsientlint lif t
* It f M lateiottn si-itnly iand were r- el*".etet ti the oiitios lithey noiw hold.
All have e-rvy-el their people in various capaitie-s, eam-li :ne himself a se--
rvinful iali. andl as a Woxtly are not only ismbued, with an atfevtion for their
'ounlitv Untd 1ltate (iul with that whi'h is e uiitl'y n-'ess'try-uL Imd-lrn andl
*'Wr .l ve. id'ea

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were two ,of thie Martel or Cottoti thle ul:rtrisc-, in tih h county with ithe


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lime. re '-k. *aiithWthtaltfret uet dailtyit'!e
lat-sor. is 16 fert o* ida. II 'itietitcA itii
doaple~t matod4-entetimat esefar sixaniihe'.s rout
the .- esrtt 11hIetI~. .It WaS- 55 inijcletst 41itl
1406, at a Nt' ttti 1 ,10060 1%-r 1ialc Alld
loam. ra-ajuirtat tao repairs It w'till eveni-
ttisl,1 Iw tee'sacta itedIs~t)to itru!- te'butaty.
dtletattie ato(alosait thiirty' milt-A. A
vWitj.lt If ile hi' ealttSt W*'A Ittnilt at iMS I,)%%
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lwlo-te 'dr. his Mr~ isetig ice-hie'tes ua c
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iti r* iiI ~I.tiI t5lu.

A ma. ii th.!asgt-aIgihs is a a %U,.- ImAt rlas

j~jtiii1l V Ulthnt- (s'411110V aetnet I j,'t l[1
Vi., Isliajit tatflinac a 241141 1 '-.I'llt
elbt masap $i2L~ts*a anile. paiastit wiall


41 ,niviits ait work. Slpatte dltes nit per-
unit t l- de tilted descriptions of various
ollit-r road-s i built, or Uml er contirul.-
tion. -isEnoughl i, mentiolled to give in
s.ui1ll idt-a of tilted conception aiind sidcopel
of thiQi work.
iHin. H. W. Long. will, at the imeet-
ing in .laicksnvilleh .his week of the
I'onlily Co i i i-io leils and t(ood l
I .eds,, .1-?. itl ion of Floridal, of whiih
aiporiant oley he i chairman, in
Iis :addre-.- brii upI tihe imlilor'ant
question of'securill i, i>.ltion, both
-ae a d it lititlti, 1A .s. o -i-1 aiatl am-
-1-! 1t1 .';illi 1 'l-. i r 'v di rotids~
'troiughoii t I, lit. i St ioa,;l I loillaiin.
" I i;.h ni'-t tr i- lidno it tIt, hlin i- ..,f i
-'ro i, c omiinifcltt ,"?' tll I11 Ioil, in
alt ithterviw \ i :; It .|i, % It I,. V t-e ta-r-
d:k % w to wa, iU *i..r t h ii.ed with
t e Ilim t t, i( ; v; .il H i fr ,iii n
S- li i nh ilit ci i, ( it. I i.th e put i e t

Si' tll" l e: I 1-1 ," 't I | i le-ItO ||t iie
ta .r i r 1 i a i. I a .c \ .,I .


immigrants as permanent settlers
that immigration bureaus will never
reach. If the national government
has constitutional authority to im-
prove navigable rivers and harbors
for the transit of commerce from our
commonwealth to another, it has an
equal right t improve the public
roads throughout the country, they
being the foundation and corner stone


mudhole.
A portable outfit is not complete
without a mniouted bin. To take
apart, move and set up a stationary
hin involves the outlay of considera-
ble time and expense. The Cham-
pion Mounted Bin, as shown in illus-
Iration over.ono-s this, and meets the
deimauds of road makers and in a
highly sati-factory manner. It is


The other smaller cut is of the steam
roller. It may properly here be
stated that all of the machinery pur-
chased is made from an estsblitb-
ment that ranks at the head in Amer-
ica in their line and that all is guar-
anteed to fully perform the Gervie,
for which it is intended. The Good
Roads Machinery Company, of Ken-
nett Square, Pa., hasM a mWt enviable


A COM 'l.'lP

TILA( e.is'N*


' 1 ** :i1 ie, i 'it i riv-i;. rTet
I 'l:tttipIi i i toun lttIed t ttrusliill. oit I I' I-
lOavesd Oi tis- ro d wills *+..-- -%k I: a ll
t:lkinitL dtown e.i t r -l 'tle s t i iI -. t.
Thie ti:-t4l lit'ne ('3all it, ahe op-r:0t-t jiar- a-
it s'atids, l isby blocki ng 'he %4 lb,-el-.t
tihesa s-ilig a .-i l ie rtticil i'tiy h,.'ivyv
and strong fr t lni:', t a rt purpose. A et-t'er .i
plan, ihol eve'i, te-- tluse t It t-.hior -
morte s -sli *,iid tlioti, is to pliac' t .o
wo tilhe utlit. until tlie I leta-1nt sills s at
which the cruisher is atlaclied. The
rear enl of the mniacthine is then low-
ered by simnily turning two screws-w
with a straight iron rod .attached to1
screws for that purpose) until the I
beam sills rest on the wood e.ills; the
front end of tilhe machine is then low-
ered by removing the front truck, the
whole operation requiring but a few
minutes.
Whlien the crushing is tiii-ihedi and
It is desired to move the maclhiii, the
operation is revvrsd, aud the plant is
again on the road. The arrangement
of screws for raising and lowering the
rear enlid of the mlliiHhine canl also be
made to -serve a u 'sful purpose in
jsc-king up the crusher should it by
any chance ever become stalled in a


mounted on four strongg wheels, reputation and the use of the-ir ma-
weighs Z I pounds, anid cant be moved chintery in .Marion couln'y will ,douibt-
e-xa'tly thIs .'liae as a wat,.ou. This less lead to its still further use ly
bin is provided with hiintgedI l-gs or ,otitesr progressive Florida counties.
supports, if desir-dl, t hus relievini I lhey have made a- specialty of thi-
thi whie-ls '>t the weieirt wlii-e lsl,;il.-id ii at for over t iuanrtr of a ca.-ni'ry
ill rt Tlh ,- -t upijopl r;. :st'e it-il .! t i*and ;tre itiaturt llv tmh mlv-ie'- n ithi-
1111. ll1i 0 ,i;' fll iV% '% ~ liteli tl re fl- i:tlis-' goil radi l 1* p,.E ple ,itt l t Ihtv-
c.r i- i, i, ,,itnv.,ti. -'tudied the sutje-ct very ca.Arfu!ly.
'tl :i v t r .,i' .l*- .* f 'I thll, 'f, --
fromi the IlIni tilti feature. ar-: 1- ir-t,-
there is n1o shove ing-the stone hli-u-
Si ..1 i *t .. e"'


;:NG IN E.

SIlisher while one tet ln is pu llit outL
-'l!di another is voiltilg il2, as in tihe
*.,'e whtre t~i nle i- Ialeoded i iti W s:i- ;tis
inree-t fr At lin lthlili 'f i -. pts.' I -11o !'
ti:e prri.4lle enlstiiite andl l ',er ii'. -
.'Il. t liev il I '. L tillrtti'etci (ItS is-et
every r luiu io'ihe t!t. It i- c-i,-scia.iy
a t:t.'ilt i for o irivii outir io--k r'lmi-iit
i l'ui-ac i \ i r'irng tra,'ni ulti l' -, '
li'- ln:, -itiiple in con-stii tii t i nh, : isns
es-!l"y re-Iiwvedi from pi.t o pt i ce.t
The Aj-tx etin.inlie. whil- ,tnimcraii1'iig
all thie latest aUil best ililmproveents,
I. ii nilet' in construct ion, economical
i1: fuel, easily kept in older and very
durable. Thlie-e eirineritis are iof larger
rated horse power than furnished by
other manufacturers. (.Charo-al pig-
iron is used in the cast ings of engines,
the conietiition are Imadtte of steel and
bronze, the pistons doimule-ringed andti
-,-lIf-packing, atid the boilers are made
of best boiler steel, with tensile strain
oif not less thalln i5,'1 i pound firehboxes
alwiayvs of the best steel.
One of tlie sri:all illustrations cor-
respotndsto the trae-tion eniitine ltbought.
This lmachinte is one eof the tiltest ton
thile ntirket andl the design espe-ahl
adapted for ithe use on Florida roads.,


THE SIZE OF YOUR

a...ct doesn't matter with us a
nurnm~r cf little ones make tig busi-
hess. -.4 S'art small if you must-
but start. .4 We have a lot of com-
fortable accounts that grew from
smaller orcs. .< You can check out
as 'ou picae. ,4 .4 .4 .4


Munroc and


SAN K


Ocala,


Chambliss,


H- RS,


Florida.


Notice State Fair Exhibitors.
'r, tht l.: ;t'' lh. i,- .i ;n .
To th, e.thilitr- **t h S.atI.e h.f r
helhl at lIake. ('try, FC I ., wl,> Fg,.irly
stood lIy I etile t mlily a-..-4i.tanits lit our
etl;rts to secure a eiretdit-all. axhil'it
from Marion county, waml by tht-ir
liberal res .mni t to ouir upl.v:l f.,r an-
sistanie. e ellnth*-l u-, with t ivI g
olois aiuid the platu-lits of repres.n.
tatives of other countieH to aiaain., the-
fourth time, win the promlnence,- of
$351 for the best -ollective tcinty ex-
hibit. I return my pr.ofeund tlianks
especially to Hon. 1). H. Irvine, %W.
M. G:I.,t, ( Ml)Dutry for exetllenit agricultural
exhibits; to F. (1. ;ampi.w, W. W I.
(, st, John Kenlig, I .. WartnWarnn,
Mrs. B. H. Ricker and other for fine,
eitruse xhibuits; to the <'cala ;'reien
House for its splenu.i th lral exhibit:
to(). W. Reagan for hii. naaiift*..ant
hard wood< exhibit; to .M1tfr.rt & 4C,,


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'It I .. 6.'*9I n
fatthrr t. -l t icI.h
Ile bit ci c c lrjb l
gtv'ca t... '11- 0.
rilil@ ist-it pit !14iiw 1w sant aaftet
will ritill !esk- r 1c10 pl a.mw in
fla'?tl' t", M.-' ofaF!,s01" T %d~ itmoo

Hood's Sarstapari 114
and Pills
Ihitili.,A !'.Ptf !'I *,Ill. all. 16- M
OU&%AarI 4j on 64n T~.5l ake. uw..

Der Sepiltes 4 t.
A j-'r ~atveesassag st to-,., oreitis sng-
Aug fl...t statit @sil sllobath ~eil.rmok
M1141 h."l a g 0 0. time thM-1 f-48
the. un oteritru1i seenl we-r. mhsnawt iw
;e.'iostratsi.e-,greoieo ng teat all 11 a prim oel,9 1
Iuxiormnsuev liites.i tlytho as of
eivilizatigtiums Uel ulrtotetar'l toy, do
nmren-h sofjara. rein. Tlivy v~wt tho

Ault Wath wttbfttantofi ng thmot torso 46d
hutitasr- oatiolees!itisa thee jungetit alno
turned ilhatate al~e and P."ta9a4* we
. 'ai*-um i.aloper will teeolivestmm 3em"
in 114ettie'rt'sile thes *U61 svcttteiu-11110

Thes-r-. a.,-'mow. tailk atimmteat aesrw
up thett werit-eds rswwaaa",tl-smgaeny
mour sotreets. Woo wash Itoeuter i 4
Oespest eseleaau preioutesh saingalat sany
thing Iceinig sissa It Weajalal too ; S
outralce I'' Ilum wataeill"1YGV ele.I WW S
sisleosliid h tau ilsagg oreutl. a 1 agoeloi.
miar tl-itsorm. IRut there so always =M
-smart Ateak rresuty aas evit"dlelwf
- laitagus thiat 4eleasat tsiets-erishims.- N
4,ow-Piagat iin isin 4 pesa.


SthOur little daughter had an sleam
fatal attack of whipping tehli as
brouchit*," wrailt Mrm. W. K. iHa6* '
land, of Arnmtok, N. V.. tleat wh
all other remindie failed, w ravrd ihe
lit with lIr. Kiui'* Ne w lwhwi-,veryp.
SOur niece, wbu hiadt -aoisumptlise is
aldvauced iatege,, alo, uskec i Ibs woind4er
fill sirdiclehl. andl tn-dav she r to i


, -* 1 oma


for a g ofldI wrl d display. toF~4
Hiller for their unsurpsa-moe4 h
Phate exhibit; to Mi... JosimeA
Owens for her munuaamlw&tnot fal wims.
Ong Individual di~ppay; to he. be .Io
of the wonderful while or"sion; top W.
MI. Ovtst, Dr.Black aston sand ',there b
our mearveloun live o.Ins~h*libiit. to
the (Jtoula4la i ld ultowae C. low 110
aspauietilid eibilaits of meats. a"d
,to the Witlea generally of thoa
Air9 ocliping the .@.hmbud *em%
tbe sate its variety oakill si ape tsv
Exhitoitorm owil lots-sow remosoistipq
that its a until.. a time t-Pprk stad
tratamfer too tho. disolotshis nal roo~ '.f Ox.
hii'lw ei ce tt !cos -turnsssl t" he thoopU at thes
elatw so( Met fair, end tLa. roo-i o
letiar- to(int l,4oU 1 I4 sm*usto, the "9
SPItaI I 40eit1ilii'"~. It *WM et$111W.111 i) .1
to e asaske no-ofske.-s.ce. '.iu 4nuotriossom

I osl, pl. i t-1 %u l 'i ~--1- 1. -1 d ~ sw
nuinrsto0rli aik I *ibth Irae.
frisioss. i a. tr.qq s. *.
atm~ncutele'. hI r. f r easit 9 Iei
au, i me- ll Fa 1i is. tarrtid .#vo-r top teas- loo
h.- teoprwarsieii ism rties- c o'i.t-e- t. *i.st out
gtro-itc'il'd tr.' a* I o -'i ., 4 tiw 'lsta. h
twee we-telits ssthe- fitioer..wasso ..
@1.-rvo eturoird I) oittoo- .4 lOSShave

t*.it cala.~ 1' 4 w e it 11.a


I M~b' -' I.. I. a a i h ~
I II i t o.6 A ti I tt I AIi* t he for.
. Is. [lot~- to i. .164 0*.416 Is s o. oh i t,4a

fewl itsa Iwriosisintr toy 4eero*aor I *111 l1,4d
ny~elf AIV6IIIC eohafte-1 j --misiststiy *be
tlAS% have-l1, -L r.-toI ftoiiIlit u.t reaws
lack toptisthrigi. .eheeulel there be sar
wit.'-1 leio Im. I 4 ttr tsatio. lfemteher, j*e-

te1a-oo awtl esoiacar ea a tiewisre a m -l'ts The
best to-w MO1 se ath. las
ithe joriwrrt..ct wili i...* trasr,..los .tht e o
I W tpo ierm. I
Ito may tire! ,ta .p 0 ois, 5w.ooI lpIo
1the- sOLbty I I.roeuiowii--l to et :
Level lcl.'I -h4 -1 siaolwith the*
I 14 Aiwd. .I -h ll flei* do m y lewd
tieset11so li ad't~Up sitmsto Page.i

Hall fowel re- sr'te-4 feer toase and a hall
: 1e11tIasc work 9'y is% n aIt night. &ad
scra-at t aa v~e t %soits .oland Usaew-


40afli-4 -PM is* .bkii







Afciz *Jin ts


- upton which comumerve rest."
The board of comtmissioners fsor
Marion county have just placed with
one of the most :eliablel' hlus in the
.ouutry, The (4;ool d R'ads Machinery
S'tComipany of Kai-i'tt Spl'iare, 'a., aii
oirl-,r for. otle of thie tiiin-t oad i el mak
illt r 1i a4H' iie-ivy ill liT -t:ti''. \',- ;ar'
eia:tlle- Ihere to pr. *- it ti n.-" iilla'lti:a
l i,, "., '| f i rf 1" t l,.'i i"< *I i ri t '
port b! h r ,- in i, i" ., t,,i1 Ii
crusher and &n.
A s a conve'i lit, I't :I t. t i- ,'- ,'1
reliable port:clt- tr, t. S is i


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THE


OCALA


BANNER


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


VoL. IXXli, 14. 20t.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER'28, 1902.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


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ftwe aw ut tu *mw9tw ue MAN WRO
Uwiudw weo as % %i wi1UUotTKimY
domat 'rn uaL rior .vTiErm iLL; Hou
WIG& IT 91449 TORSMAN WE41 160(0190



ovsmmm we" 0tou

Nos Kf 1% ntrfoerd !eavee tfuay fur
~a~~flp f a W a fw~ys.


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Tuop"44I


l'tm. ,- to( a wao le"R
1 -4 WWbf In& lh'uko-crt.


Sto U Sift"A N Itmeiks.. got lamps.
a pssom t Vset iatoor 40the. city.
416"J604-14 1. wlmota, ott lwt 1Inglis,
411as fvilv.aa am I Q ofto 0.0o 16 ffwowr e me rl


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as&& ~* a .-I&Itooe. R-..uaa

OrP W imeto l i .. bag olraigk
ow. a i Wt I- Modoo' 1 .10 .-do1i, sf liumatierl


*ifte *400-10%will lie Iftf i.
Wee ..g I.-tifl-otvt s. tn. .rwou mIauk
p. i. l*.tio ) a..W 4 ItfiS)av1~ b tt
bwso. M s rebw w1 toe .r%
u 11a S 'e.& f me. -i t v-oy ff it
bU-oawd I, Wfv 6.0 He ag no.-toeaxk
owo od'* -- l -. li e ,* .-.-the 11149011t
~IS, Pl woe w% u -if urmetmeltoe I- tra
toao"4od*~~.orq14afliersa tw vmafte1pr usgV*m
,O l s11011 04 J 1m, I. %. fiwtl "iit~t
*.mto 41 % ei lottor ~o t- a1f. 011.6t 1 tilt-


fp t 661 116ftiv t khlevir~oeU tilt
U e sit 'mv.coeval, low se1 v ll ; ea

U' -u-1, .w4 t e E'offthey. luit
e. a -4. a6 1144s fila et-% @dftil-li
C~to4.j o ,.- .. 4s6t lwipatmivd1a'.


k lwir a 4'tI S II .,M .U role Itf e-et
.4 a. 64 gsaar 4e.S. it l'ue Tr'tri.

leetllicto' *Ow *sMoth.-1 rums
a*%#. i meow &&*I miii Ser ttisal S 'in? try-

J ~ % -.4atlu.b W it lovon
Sob" '.-? a01itoH' t wol &- a t"" Itil e -fl
us...,&I,.ei me- j.tl Fwa
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TwOrM C.mA" [LE


FNEW m^


Mrs. Burt, of Beulah Land, was a
visitor to Ocala yesterday and left on
the afternoon train for Jacksonville,
i here she will spend a few days.
Mrs. Mamie Fox and son, Charlie,
left yesterday afternoon for Fruitland
Park to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Fox's father-in-law.
iaxter (aro and Jim Smith will
o(en a first clasm seed store in Ocala
January Int. Remember we will be
in p4.iti.n to furnish seeds for sprang
plant ug. 10-24-2m
Hon. Henry W. L.ing leaves today
for Jackmonville to attend the meeting
tomorrow of the (bounty Commis-
nionerw and Good R..ads Association,
of which he Is the chairman.
Mrsn. Simon Benjamin and children
arrived Sunday from Atlanta and will
spend the winter In Ocala with Mr.
Benjamin. They are at the Central
Hotel.
Mr. A. L. Glae, of Gainesville,
tralnmater of the AtUanc Coast
Line railway, was a prominent visitor
to (kala yesterday.
Re-v. I. S. Patterson returned yee-
terday afternoon from a trip to
Robhelle and Gaineaville. where he
conducted quarterly conferences.
Mrs. Lela Imnett and baby, of
Miq-anopy, arrived in Ocala yesterday
afternoon and are the guests of Mrs.
Klonnett'% uncle. Capt. F. D. Pooser.
T1o Cre a C*o I S 0e *ay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
les,. All dru$gists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c.
MaN. Henry W. Little, wife of the
new rector of Grace Episcopal church,
and four children, arrived In the city
yesterday morning and have joined
Mr. Little at the Ocala House, where
they will remain for a few days before
moving into the rectory on Ocklawhaa
avenue.
*Voo mae What You are fablea
When you take Grove's Tasteless
('hill Tonic, because the formula ia
plainly printed on every bottle, ,anow-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine In a tasteless f rm No cure, no
pay. 6ec. t
A fire alarm was turned in about
even o'clock last night and proved to
tIe the amrn formerly belonging to Mr.
J. It. Moorehead. It was partially
filled with hay and other forage be-
longitr to Mr. Alex Moorehead and
was a total loms, the fire having gained
osu.b headway when the fire compan-
ies arrived it was impossible to ave
tihe turn. It was insured for $375 and
war the property of Mr. D. 8. Wood-
r' in


Ever Occur


* 7fIHAT when Tee refuse to insure Your life You don't take the risk?
I nrk or force VYer Wife and Children to do it. Don't they des


Death of Miss Mary Tayler.
Min Mary Taylor, after a week's
illness, died sunday night at the resi-.
dence of her nephews, Messrs. John
and Will Taylor on Ft King avenue.
The deceased was a native of North
Carolina and was nearly eighty years
of age. She came to Florida with her
brother, the late William T. Taylor,
and has made her home with his
family ever since. She was an esti-
mable Christian woman.
Race Track Secured.
The committee appointed to pro-
cure a site for a race track reported
that they had purchased forty acres
from Mr. Nugent immediately in
front of the old exposition grounds.
The tract is entirely level and hav-
ing a clay soll Will make an ideal
track. Ocala is to be congratulated.
Seven Vears in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire
the freinds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on accountof liver and kidney trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity, but "three bottles of Electric Bit.
tern enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like a new
person." Women suffering from head-
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dissy
spells will find it a priceless blessing.
Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Anti-Monopol yDrug Store.Only 50c.5
Mr. M. L. Payne, of Fairfield, was
in Ocala Monday with a waerou lioad
of magnificent turkeys, fifty in num-
ber, which he sold to the E, ward.
Brothers at the market. He has also
shipped fifty to Tampa, twenty two to
Citra and has thirty left. Next year
be will go into the turkey business on
a larger scale and expects his flock to
number several hundred by next
Thanksgiving day. There is always a
sale for this king of fowle.
"Last winter an Infant child of
mine had croup )n a violent form,"
mays 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
all danger was lafst and the child re-
covered." This remedy not only
cure ecroup, but 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
Monopoly Drug Store. m


Noew Mr. San Teague Sees Things.
Mr. Samuel W. Teague has recently
returned from a trip through middle
and west Florida, and is delighted
with the progress the state is making
in those sections. He reports that in
the Newberry section on the Cumrner
road the Uriffing Brothers Company
is putting out a -)00-acre peach orchard,
that Mr. Cummer is settling a colony
of Fins, and that in the town of
Alachua the citizens are building
brick store houses and $5,000 resi-
,iences, and find themselves able to
store anl I.o!d 1200,000 worth of cotton
for high* r pric.s. That the towns of
Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, and a
number of ,,hers, are growing rich
and show t very evidence of prosperity.
Mr. Teague atssigns the cause of this
splendfl condition of things to the
growing of cotton, cattle and hogs.
He says if the Ocala merchants will
adopt the system of making advances


to small bu responsible white
colored farmers, on condition
they will plant cotton, the town
grow in leaps and bounds.
Does it Pay to Buy Cheap?
A cheap remedy for coughs


and
that
will


and


colds is all right, but you want some-
thing that will relieve and cure the
more severe and dangerous results of
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; it
not possible, for you, then in either
case take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun-
tries with success in severe throat and
lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stimu-
lawes the tissues to distroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation and
causes easy expectoration, gives a
good night's rest and cures the pa-
tient. Recommended many years by
all druggists in the world. You can
get this reliable remedy at Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store.
There was one woman of Marion
county who has done more than any
other two women of Florida to repre-
sent and illustrate the domestic, can-
ning, preserving, wine making, jlly
and jam making and pickling fune-
lialnsof woman's mission, at every
state fair from Ocala to Lake City for
a dozen years--Miss Jesse A. Owns.
And all those 125 preparations she
put together without a written or
printed recipe; carries them all in her
head! Besides 125 varieties of fruits
in cans, preserves, etc., she bad a
am la f ha~i a swlltip


.... -1i -" tUJ I l ** U'IkIC p~lTWll IU UTLIt .
Mr. (C. F. Waterman, of Starke's ('oontie-beg pardon, can't he-the
Ferry, was in the city Monday, and Florida farmer, we mean-plant it,
reports that steamers will be plying manufacture starch and do a profita-
the Ocklawaha river from Eustis to ble business?-Times-Union and Citi-
Jacksonville in a few weeks. This zeu.
route was at one time a very impor- Job n't Have tood it- -
tant one to Florida navigation, and Job Coeue'st Have Stood it
now that the section of country on Ifhe'd had itchl piles. They're ter-
Lakes Harris, Griffin and Eustis iS rbly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
once more coming into prominence Salve will cure the worst case of piles
fnr its oranges, the growers will wel- on earth. It has cured thousands.
come its resumption. For injuries, pains or bodily eruptions
it's the best salve n the world. Price
To the Publie. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed by the
Allow me to say a few words in Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6
praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy. I had a very severe cough and Off for Jacksonville.
cold and feared I would get pneu- The following Ocala people left Mon-
monia, but after taking .he second day and Sunday for Jacksonville to
dome of this medicine I felt better, attend the Gala Week festivities:
three bottles of it cured my cold and Mrs. L. A. Finch, Mrs. Pearl Mason,
the pains in my chest disappeared en. Mrs. F. L Watson, Mrs. Morgan C.
tirely. I am most respectfully yours Looney and son George, Mrs. T. T.
jor health, Ralph 8. Meyers, 64 Thir. Munroe, Mrs. C. L. Gamsby, Mrs.
ty-eventh St., Wheeling, W. Va. John Vereen and children, Miss Ruby
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Farris and Messrs. George Smith,
Store. m John Mathews, Bob Mathews, Alfred
Death of Mr. Islar. Beck and Charles Peyser.
Mr. Marion Izlar, a former citizen Quite a number will go up today
of Ocala, who has been in failing and tomorrow for a few days.
health for some time past, died at For Sale.
Tyron, N. C., Saturday night. His Ten acre tract, one half mile from
brother, Dr. A. L. Izlar, of this city, Candler. Make offer, to S. S. Sis-
was with him at the time of his death, trunk or J. N. Marshall, Cander. +


To


ou


You must either pay a company to carry the


erve the best You can do


for them?


$4,000 GIVEN TO WOMEN


FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS are offered
in prizes for the best reasons why the "Doro-
thy Dodd" Shoe is superior to all others. .

First Prize. 1000ooo.oo; Second, $750.oo; Third, $.500.oo.

In order to write intelligently, it will h!. necessary to purehasw* a i>ir
of "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes and write your article on thp blak furnishedl
by us at the time of purehas',. No literary at-ility required. Only
plain, unvarnished facts are wanted. : : : : : : : : : :


SOLD HERE EXCLUSIVELY BY US.


THE W. J. CHaMBERS SHOE CO.


S. A. STANDLEY & CO.,

OCALA, FLORIDA.


In Our Repository
We have more Buggie-, Wagons and Harness than ever, and can
suit the ideas and tastes of everybodly. You can always tind
something to please you here, and our prices are very low, and
our goods always reliable. Come to see us or order by mail.

Our Livery Stable
Is one of the most perfectly equipped! in Florida, and we invite
everybody to come to see us when needing any kind of livery
service. You will get fine teams, good service and 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 description, and sell
at the lowest possible prices. When in the market co-ne to s-e
us, and we believe we will be able to serve you better than any-
body else.

OUR THREE LINE"; OF BUlINE.S. BEING CLOSELY AS.OCIATEI) WITH AtCH
OTHER. WE CAN (GIVE THE VERY BlEST SERVICE AND VALUES IN ALL

S. A. STANDLEY & CO.,


Opposite the Ocala House,


: : Ocala, Florida.


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* halt t,1w my elf a few minutes after telling you that they don't-that is if You.are worthy of their respect. The Best
innm tw gIood for them, and a policy in the STATE LIFE is the Best. Because what? Why, because the State of
ladmus always holds enough of the company's funds to pay off its liabilities whether the company be solvent or insolvent.
That', eAe- cauv-. Here'p the other [there are only two]. Because It Pays Larger Dividends to policy-holders than
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%M1.1-1' | i1 F; BANNER. F14LI
MHsIf. Al IM'" .i3' WFI.L AB
AKg 4AKt. "F TH:EMELVE8
T4kf&% !!- t!TANI* IN THE I
aV- ITTHI 11HE <',MM A& I, I V !,.iT WI I.I. BE MAI
THaE itr MK&NT') 'F TH'-SE A
RoT1r '1M --


Th. lartow '.>urn.-r-Informs
nr, .* '.- ,-.f the- ,t--t weekly .' ap
r; lta.
Mdit. r \\alt-r Gr ,)-t n i ti,
tlh IS.. T uity New- u; to i
-**atiiard -Rartow ouret-r I nfor
Th- -h:pma-t.t o)f pho",phate
from th-. part of Fernandina d
the m. ntth of (0-totber wa*

l'ailing atmwut w.e-kly ntiw-i
ti-re- are f1-w that "an approa.'
",wer -till that can surpass the
Lak,- Regel'on.
I', ,r1te i i- -rv tu ,'cih cruti
th, r -it-wtion f .1-. R. G. Erwin
dn-ut of the Atlantic ('iat Liune
way.
The toy- in Ml?.i".si.ippi are h
tmuc h.mwmevelt and hi.s ideas of tit
tear -Jacksonville Metropol;-.
Antiy owatrd can fiht a battle
be' sure of winning, but giv
the man who has pluck to fight
he'* .ure of losing.-4 ieorge Elio,
ol no! Marion county wa!n'
gre..iy at the state fair. fhe
try and g.4bble up all the prizee
Sipl.gy go, what she thought "At
V.tntitI-d to and li.t it go at that.
The profit of I *1 of the e
tchtltaif plant owned by the t
Ja',-'*en vale wa. $2.5'44 on
vttmenit iofT .,.u. a gmtd arzt
it. favor 4f municipal owner-,.
PetIneada Journal.
"Ttbre'll be weeping and w
aun1 gnashing of teeth" when
tine pfr ct'nt of the horde (f t
date. in this e4unty are shake
olf the lit il*- .nd of the- horn of dil,
oU iet'ilo toi d.* .-Ja(k.>tilville
(iatan
The Atlanta Journal remarks
Mls Alice Rooerelt has jirt
cat for a pet and obterves th-at
to the favorite color if the RMoo
fanilly. It a1 I* oitierves thst
dent lR.Wevelt bhuuting tIlai
in M iitwEippi.


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capes ofAld.the wfrr-he 'a ltms hiik-%,nln
h and jurA tl-w,'!.ou i

!1atirt We-re iol i)tht-r r t.,


fiA in


having

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That
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Pr"y I


Sp e.akirtn: of 'him-ti-' Alh-xt.d'er -idt :
"W ha Philii.i;d f, r yo u itile
compared to what Al.-xa!ni-r 4lA f ,r
you.
-" tart;Inl "fr-1:3i h iLrnl- -)o .,,r that he
had too torrow eight hundred ta-lnt-
to feed, clothe and rrm y'ou. what t as
Atlxanu:-r given you? 'he dt'.!il!on
and wealth of A-ia. Ionia. Lvdia ,
Batbylou, Susa. Even the ,oatint.- of
the Scythians and the Indians are
ours. 'Who ha- mad-e you viceroy,,
geuerals. 'ap.tain*.? Alxander \Who
has watched and work-d so that you
might sleep in security on your ,on-
que"te? Alexander. Anid u~i t La-
Alexauder to show f, r a: thi". btu
thi paltry purple roi.-a.dt thi;:- rh-
le-s, diadem? De,--,- Alexander fare
more sumiptuou-.ly than many of you '
Wl'ho amonigyou has worked as hard a-
Aleanuder? Who ca'i show more
wounds? Let the tbrave-.t among youU
stand fortti and bare hl.- breas-., and.
your king will show y w(uud,. and Vti t wiu'ri i i ,re 'hat i -.
No weapons that the e-mtuyv ha , or hurledl ttu has left it,. rimrk on
Alexat.der. .Spear. sword,. arrow.
dart, .*o'ie an d -It !'tv.- Il- "', e'. ih
ione. its witness on Alexander"'s jer-
500n. I lhaitv 'le- rat-,i vyur w-eid'i;n.
with mny own. I have paiit your dt-ib-.
The le.tst amount you have .::t,.,-
crown.. The brave dlad have I. -en
mtw~triientlv tb'ri.-d T eir -tatu,-
ii eterntl bra -s ao. oru :, t, t t.- of
the ',.d- at horne.'
The world has he-ar J M ,i' -' .-,o ,f
C,:-ar. that great pr, lt:zy ,of t:- R *-
man-*, and of Hantn ial. t'h, ,:rt-at
Carthagenian. wh wa s ti '. i at
the fount of lib-rtv by th-e !* !;..
Hamiicar. and made *" ,-wear eterr l
Vt- Ten a.a:- m: t;i- e c nin 4"'. lo it
country.


Wis" .2:,:'.
GORMAN AND WATTERSON.


Ite star-Eve- ed (;4es* ts wk Liz*ve=
at -NIr. ,''o r'! an r; '.' 1- 11, a imtere- r Ia-
t.u,' n7I- the- kA atui,'ii% tnroltf nelhe t,
te rate! a- a -uninit-r Lrir. .' (a': t ;e-
that -hle :- tickle. tg'.

s crr I&f lu gh i,.,z e ase7
Mr. Vatter-ot ansiM : a. rrnin
have saiwas -e-Itn a- ',%- ,part ms ti

'~ietheir ;rcar,-a:nsnv
been cor iiai hl rdl -ec--'.ii Othat
,'rithave -ever*A tu~i'-" i~r~li'u z~
Sthem ui ito --harp'c' !*t.I oa r
6oerwatialwho ajjwar sd at !!iv St. L, u'in-
econ ven t 14)ni inI %N".'w i aItis s i T

tueLsAge (,f the yvar. tc,er-r. ,ar'I itwas!

in. c'iWatte-e a.d w .*dte' nvL

n el n ;tto -a 261 Vi.-L,~ ,'' I a

I va, ier i n t I e -te- ; n I e4-;


-:1ll athect most surely thi, and other ner claim, that Dr. T. P. I ary discov-
p-,rtnans ..f the wr!l--intemperance ertrel the- fact that iuinine is fatal in
hemorrhadi, fever. The Herald ac-
Sprottut ord s the honor of thi.? di- overy to
Here and it other portions of the Dr. J. T. Green of Tampa and Dr.
world th-.e evil" exist, notwithstand- Thomas 0. Sunmmer-, formerly of
intg the in''e.ssarnt war that hag be-en Jacksonville, who ~l'.-d his erratic
Line ufIon ti em by kintg, potentates, life by sui-ie in Memrphis. In west-
ern Alabama, thirty y ars ago, Dr
prince-.. Oabin-ts, press. pulpit andl -rt- -rrag fever
.u:'mer" curt-d !ierorrhagic fever
ali the fr'es that these agencies have ue of n But in
with',ut the use of ,'rin!e-B. But, in
uLeni atle to brine agalntst them. recent yv-eirs, it has been disceveret-
.Mah.miet fo)ut a race of wiue- that heroi doses of ,quinine will cure
hit.,rs,, as great as N'.ah and hii that fever. The nitii'al staft of this
i t. a -e paper, however. recomurumen-s War-
Inruediate Jt.,cendant-.a. d at one .....
burg tiu'oture as a safe and reliable
blow he made every person through- emedy.-Punta (orda Herald.
out all hi!s realms an abstainer, and ..... -.
Whatever the fair -x ,toes is "ure
fr-in tha day to this, the- touchn to arouse the wonde-r ,of man. A Ken-
Sta.-te n,. handle no)t." tucky woman has juSt secured a di-
In the light of present surrounding". vorce from two men at onee, having
it 'an c Aor1e-"lv e rt-rarded" le.,. than a married the second thinking the first
Sm irac was dead. And on the same day
come the- report that a Connecticut
Historrians and traveler- assert that
not ,i, not a noaelr." a ot ta woman elopes with one man in the
;not a "a,.-,i,," n,.t a "bar." not a wedding finery "he ha.- donned for
"'eilar." u,,t even a "blind tiger" her nuptials with another.-\World.
e-xi-ts in any land over which the- .
crc-ient t'.eats or is intljence is felt.
Just think of it?
N t a drunkar-i in any oe' the do-
fnlitirice of Mah'e-wet.
It is al*)o asertedi by historians and
travelers that the "'social evil" was as
*ctple'e!y and as ettetually lain.
Th, r-,'eut floats over a land with- /
-tut drunkenness and without pro..

Takii e an irivetiit'rv of our sins in
t ,-,e ,irectij-,, these .ate'u.en
seem ali-.t iLcrediule.
Otlihfr nations -urely wili do wedL to
stuc .M1alio'net's methods.
Be;ide-' these wonderful a, hieve-
tnt-s M.ahomet found a rae of pole.
tht-s-, w,'rsh!ppirin many gods..
H, 7e-icit leaving thetrn we rshiiping
1I!n ICL. evAi 1abhornet his pro..
Ii et. Ad/ -


-,Lt.- what. iu both the political and
the -o,.na world, ik called "h'buinests.-
ti.en we have an interesting and im-
portant announcement. For either
Mr. ;rrin.a!i i- not a" ,tou'liarted fo,r
protection as formerly, or Mr. Watter-
sou is ntot a .st,-utheart-ed for free
trade. It is. but fair to suppose the
latter, tbecau.e Mr. Watterson is the
,on" to -poak. And to what extent
may i-e have moiifl-e.i histariff views?.
How :nu,<-n le.s "f a tariff reformer Is
noe now than I -7"*; when lie support-
ed Mr. Tildet- on an unti-uivocal tariff,
utterauce, than in l~' when he de-
, clar-,i that tari;r reform must be
* aiedi to the masthe,.ad, than in I'v o
and in 1',: when he su'eesefully re-i
i-it ,d the erforts, of Mr. i ,orman and
his f!rn'!iD- to 'sraddle the issue for
Svos at.. the po)!!-'
VI r. Watter,-ou is. of course, prepar-.
*eli w:thl particularr' H- usually i.. :
-E l ut u. have them. Democrats
everywhere are talking tariff, aud for
that nima'tr *so are a go Is<,an-. It is a live i-sue. We shall


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


M MILLIONS crs Crrc"A SoAP 58-
i;sted by CLtuC'RA. OrTME.Tr, for
preserving, purifying, and beautify-
ing the -kin. f.'r cleansing the scalp, and
the 'topping of fa',irs hair, for softening,
whitening, and soothing red, rough, and
sore hands, for baby rashes, itching, and
chatinis, andi for all the purposes of the
toilet. bath. and nursery. Millions of
Women -se CtTICTRA SOA]P in baths for
annoying irritations, inflammations, and
excoria.tons, for to ffre- or offensive per-
spiration, in w.ahes 'or aleerative weak-
nesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which really suggest themselves
to wornen. especially mothers. CtrtcTTA&
SOAr coinbin:.-s in Oxr S. r at O.m Pscai
the rEST -kin an'l c'omplpxion soap. and
the BEST toilet a d:; baby -oap in the world.
Complete Treatment for Every Humor.
CuTr t A S. P.:-> eleaiwne he tkin of crnsts
and '':ee" a. ,i ->fen the th;'keneid nticle.
CrTi('' ii( RIIvTMENT. to instantlyy allay itch-
ing. :nanuina;,.'n. ant irritation.'and soothe
an-ieal h na n.-! T!,'TiR.RA E-.'Lv -T, to Cool
anl'l ,'li ;a-.-: 'he ;.i, ,<.
So.ld tw',rhou the wod. Bntth Deot- IF. Nu'w.
B3BTr .- N, ?"r Chrter houe Sq.. London P rTra
Daio&. dx IM. sCQapj, P aapros' mOn. U.S.A.


t EAHOMET.
SOUR SUNDAY SERMON :msis nflunc* on the?
World.

A great tu.-tiv anari'haet-n The world is familiar w ith the Ptor
writviit abt m oiet thseare-at law of Nat('~eon, a very thunderbolt of1
&:i t-r !fthe Jewi!-h t~ope war, who dazzled all the earth with
At'.iijt Phili p. (of wht 'a his :,un, tfi. -plendor of h is geniu!4.
Alt-xatide-r *aAie f him h in i- fanii-,ii! It i-i alike familiar with ('olurnhug,
widt'lr--7 to hii i~ LJ'l t iu''- 4' Idier-ri %k h- who addled a new hemisphere to the
were al-itit too'ie~ert his !A0anlh-ri geography of the world, andMat-
1j, w v-.-'vu ttef-tre my Nftli-r Ian'.' wonderful re-Yage over !a('kle-4

bo~e-. ei-in~ a ~W litp ~hj~i Y''- But i%. we of thvs.e rtn tn ill a la'
n F. To hi l 0v 1i wi- to) Zuardlfrolm !he t.',ori -r- nju-ai igroo nhmrvR4
,H AS 1i~.11 %*h i'ttare % nu now" The 'uljeadnrvoui htr a
F~PL. ~ ~k '-:-a f li:.1-i- t,)wt ir )r-i-, r't~ ~la-tr ng and -io
OE Fl t i.'othe tug t ',I t I .l ~ 'u 'i~
LT THF 1, %4I tl Wt-d'z'U~ t0
V. r am--'Sa- o '~c'n~e!l, ire~iI Hi- i- the wwzt remarka-slhi -harae-
of ~urue~rht'r' ~Philip. WhsL.' ravr-
'onjaw au ~o'ie'utou. ~pre'lter in hunian hi~atorv.
"It I- ;c'undeaijooA evvr '%,,ur v' 'untry. 4ipei~etl Elnthu-jaiat. dreamier. fakir, or aas le
*~~- i t ine- .An ra;-tAd,-,,u from called himsqo-If, a prophxet, the recordl
~ae-t 'ti~o ~Phiil ip. Wh- (wade of th+e wortl will have t, he ---arefully
tie y .ur~r 'e h h=la-ai erh- to fin'l hi- Qouuterpart.
a lizhi eenian-su h-hin PtLit. '.Ui ft K At first with o:nlY the member% of'
Irl VIta,--i :t-d -,iti t n ,,O; n.r ,1,zL i" own lhou~ohold. and! afterwards
rw'qk the Plipw-u Ph .li Wh. r.-' with .zjlv an mindi-wiplint-i armly. lie
luring vn t th" tir"t rsl ~i alI' ::it tfl 0 atpe. .l#-het a 4pt t-1 twin ev~il. frotia ld~
HC~t-f~' 1i~i~.doimnjnl-ue~=which have atl1i''tA dalld
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in tough meat-oIntead of giv-.
"ing, it takes etr'enjb to ditg
it. It pays to b*e arful
buying mes-tt sure to ge
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Pay a little more-if need etoand
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I The Atlanta Journal Wants lobedy
but Cleveland-and Why?
The Atlanta Journal don't want
Hill for president. It don't want
Bryan. It don't want ( orman. It
don't want and will not have anybody
but Cleveland. It don't matter if
('Cleveland did mak- an awful mers of
things. It don't matter if hte did go
b hack on his free trade merfage before
i the ink had ,-cArely dried on it. It
Don't mi-tter if he did ,"end Seott and
o (irman to St. Louis w:th a cut and
dried platform making a ,traddle of
the tarit!. It don't matter if he not
Inly ignored hut condemnedd in his
letter of accentanoe the platform on
whi.hl he was nominated. It don't
matter if he didl use the intluenceof
hi.s -*ffi'e to ii-feat the .Mill, bill. It
don't matiter if he di l-againut the
ie,,t tho'',i:ht of n I- party-i-sue those
hond-t and brin. z "-andal on his ad-
mini-,trati.on. It dot't matter if he
d id play the TJudasit act and turn his
back on the party that had so highly
honored him in the hour of it- peril.
It don't matter if he did go fishing
on Suuday. The Atlanta Journal
want- him anyhow and anywhere.
He put Hoke Smith in hi- 'abhinet
and in the eyte of that pap,.r that
made( leveland:a ,iggcer man than
Mo-es. Solomon or r,)liah
Quinine and Hemorrhagic Fever.
A corre.pondent of the Ocala Ban-


Ocala, IFa.


that site i- eo~tjtnll-d tby the .'jeinit o'
a dead memt'*-r 4f the- cult loeatedt in
her Ipwktle &loij. Htert then, is at least,
OtIe W01Uan Whe) atlgi Ve --'1]we e[U-
I ftuvofsi fam Xteu~wf 'r ttit p t.dle .1 'g
hal it, Atlar~ts Journal.
% A;. ttiree more Pj'tv.; on, the
%U;'rq 1114. fWtIe,'hme zre at a I -," o
kn,-w what th- iawvt r,4 art, going to
ha~ e to cus'. at~lut. But Msjor ~
4 itzr- Ahrarnv-. is married and that
wi*7g a lo'ng ways toward the ''eef
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-- If impatience or fault-finding are
ever excuseble it is when the Wy is
tortured byan eating a" ga*lSam
S O R E It is truly discouraging to na after
months of diligent and faithful use of external remled:es that the place
months o defiant, angry and offensive as ever. Every chlroic sore u)
A ns as defiant, angry an t o ,,-e.idenceo -o- e part
matter on what part of the body it come, is an evidence of thome
constitutional or organic trouble, and that-the ldreg of thems &ae
remain in the system; or, it may be th at some long hiddepostsoe -p- r
Cancer-has come to the surface d begun its destructivth healthy ork esh
Theblood must bepurified before the sore will fill up with healthy es
and the skin regains its natural color. It 1i
through the cirulation that the acrid., orroding
urids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it

invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment bloor d is crid to th
other hurtful materials are washed out, frsh rich blood is carried to th
diseased parts, new tissues form, andothe decaying Besh begins to haves
healthy and natural look; the discharge cesses and the sore heals.
Several ye arns "amyta, S. S. S. is the only blood punrier
Several years ago, mw wiats had t~t that is guaranteed entirely vege-
bret physicians but a weivedno benefit. table It builds up the blood and
Our dr advise her to try o.S9 tones up th e general syst as so
which she did. louztetS bottle o 3; other m edLcine ,oea. JR yo u ha
her andshe has been well ever sLaeoe. sore of any kind write sade
C.&eLsseN. Y. the advice of experienced 5.d
skilled physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and Skin
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ACCIDENT PLAYED HAVOC.

Further Dsetls of Wreek at Spartan
burg, & C.
Sprumanbrg. C. Nov. 26.-Fot
elt & mile. dry goods, clothing, man,
sad merchandise were strewed alonau
the tracks of the Southern railway
at th eecei of the wreck near here
yesterday morning. The body of the
negro fireman has been taken charge
of by his relatives, and Engineer So-
om0o. who was seriously injured, is
Improving.
The accident happened in this way:
Three runaway freight cars started
from the auction of the Asheville di-
vWesa. 1l M wv t of the city. and
came teartag through the passenger
yard hbam a terrtfc speed. The
operator, realin~o the Imminent dan.
ger. etsed his lastrument ia despera-
tson and wired the next station above
to hold the fat mall. but It was too
late. saM the terrible crash came about
90 seconds later, at a point I mile
north of Spartanburg. in a low place
where two down grades met. The
anclne crashed through the freight
cars. reducing them to kindling wood,
the third car. loaded with hay. being
knocked about one-quarter of a mile,
ft Is add. back up the grade by the
forceheof the Impact imparted. The
mall car was epUlintered and the roof
sh*t forward directly over the engine.
were tt lay on Its side. having run
down a 15-foot embankment.
Tbe dead body of the fireman was
taken from the wreckage and the in.
Jurtd wmmbers of the crew were car-
rt1id to the city. It Is believed that
snua.-txody's carelessness is the cause
of the accident.
A few years ago several cars ran
away in the same manner from the
Junotm. It belag said that tramps had
started them out down the main line.


PROGRESS IN PORTO RICO.


Cemmlolesmer of the Interior Elllott
Makes Hi NReport.
W hlungton. Nov. 26.-The annual
rmpirt of W. H. E31"ott. commissioner
o the inttrlor for Porto Rico. an-
n gov-ernwtal lines in the Island.
Much attention Is being paid to road
.9!i-tNg and bridge construction In
order to assure the labor the means
of r.-achinx the markets with the pro-L
us ,sof the soil. The Porto IUcans
ar,. b'ln4 instructed what to plant and
bow to ultlvate most economically
arml profitably. Sanitary rules and
r.e ulatZlns have been Introduced and
the Ip."plh- encouraged In habits of
: .i:a'n* w in living.
(thnw-rning public laada. the report
a*& ,, the various departments of the
federal government will be asked to
make' known their wishes concerning
p.o;,rties at the present occupied by
or nweeed for their accommodation.
Tb. tbulk of property Involved comn-
rtsxe lain4 of little present value, but
Shi-h nway. if the Island continues to
dev,.lop' and prosper, as conditions now
Ire'wall warrant the hope. may become"
V'uable Thry need to be located
at:d the boundaries determined. It is
h,,pld that all questions be settles
and ptr;dsential action secured 'n
t!tr-. for the legrslative assembly of
P1rto Rico to prwwide for the dispo.
ittiwn of4 the bland property at the
*,-sslon to be held during January and
PF.-bruary. 1903.

BSEOAR LIVED LIFE OF EASEL

Per n YVeare Ma MyrM Imposed on
Cheretable PerOea.
Now vork. Nov. .6-After admitting
eat flr 30 years ehe had been sen.-
tag bMang letter to puOmineat peo
pie. hcluding t-rcent ones to high Uov.
amet officltab. Mrs Myers haa been
Wate eeas the workhouse for six

Agents of the charity organization
brought aiNout the woman's convl-
tUin. They charge that she has ac-
cumulated considerable property
thnmngh ptteous appeals to well known
persms tn society; that she lived a
Usfe of eak- and spent parts of the
seson at the seashore and in the
mountains. They claimed to have
about 1.000 letters signed by the wo-
man which had been turned over to
th- society by their recipients for the
purpose'of Investigation.

Washington Election Returns.
Settle. Wash.. Nov. 26.-Complete
official returns from every county in
the state show that the average ma-
jority given Republican candidates was
.e.00. Hadley (Rep.) nominee for
judge of the supreme court leads his
ticket with a majority of 26.862. The
Republican candidates for congress.
who are elected at large, have pl'-
ralities over Cotterill. the highest
Democrat on the ticket, as follows:


MACEDONIA IS STILL

IN OihIURBED STATE

Sporadic Uprisings Are Con-
stantly ILeDorted.

ARMED BANDS ON RAMPAGE.

Encounters .Have Taken Place Be.
tween Bulgar.an Bands and Gen
darmes-Villages Captured and Pil-
laged by Brigands.
New York. Nov. 2 .-In spite of thl-
comforting a.- suran "e that the Mace-
donlan agitation is ended, numerous
ar-'ed bands continue, says a Times
dispatch from Salonica by way ol
London, to hold their ground in the
inaccessible districts and sporadic d!s-
turbances are constantly reported.
In the last fortnight there have been
four encounters in the Strumitza dis-
trict between Bulgarian bands and
gendarmes. A few on both sides were
killed or wounded. In two instances
the villagers fled and their homes
were plundered.
In another district brigands captured
and pillaged a village. The only re-
sult of this outrage was that 27 ,of the
villagers were arrested and Lrought
to Salonica.
In the Salonica district an attack
was made on the house of the head
man of the village. He escap-d, but
his wife and two sons and two daugh-
ters were bayoneted, it is alleged'. )y
emissaries of the Macedonian commit
tee diagutsed as gendarmes.
A -jand of 400. attempting to invad
Turkish territory from Bulgaria, was
repulsed with considerable loss. The
invaders wore Bulgarian uniforms.
Another band raided a Bulgarian vil
lace in the Petrich district which is
obnoxious to the revolutionaries, be.
cause it Is subject to the jurisdiction
of the patriachate. One of the prin-
eipal inhabitants was killed and two
others were injured.

TWO MEN KILLED; 15 INJURED.
Opening of a Switch Causes a Bad
Railroad Wreck.
Denison, Tex., Nov. 26.-A fatal ac-
cident occurred on the 'Frisco at Sealy,
L T.. 9 miles north of Frances, I. T.,
Sunday afternoon. As a result, two
men were killed and 15 others were
wounded. some of whom will die. The
dead and Ituured were all members
of a oontructlon gang of the 'Friaco
system. The dead are:
Dan Luynch
James Broppy.
Seven others were seriously injur-
ed. They were John Kelly. M. M.
Moore. Steve Byron, John Mahoney.
R. L Allis. Mike Casey and J. McCul-
lough. Eight others were slightly
injured.
The opening of a switch In the Seaty
yards while a northbound extra was
passing caused the latter half of the
extra to leave the track. The de-
railed cars plunged across the yard and
plowed into a string of boarding cars
on the sidtag. where 75 'Frisco la-
borers were quartered.

President Makes Appointments.
W'ashington. Nov. 26.-The president
has decided to appoint Ashley M.
Gould, United States district attorney
for the District of Columbia, as ass>
clae of the supreme court of the Dis-
trict of Columbia to succeed the late
Justice Bradley. He also has decid-
ed to appoint Prancls M. Wright. of
Illinois. to the vacancy on the court
of claims. vacated b' the death of
Judge Davis HIe was endorsed )y
the Illinois congressional delegation.
Texase Society of New York.
New York. .'ov. 26.-Natives and
former residents of Texas, now in this
city, have set on foot a plan to re-c
ganize a "Texas Society of New Yori


and have sent out a call for a meeting
to be held this week. The proposed
organization is to be similar in its
purposes to several state societies a'
ready existing.
Planche Shoots Barbln.
Alexandria, IA., Nov. 26.-Thom.
0. 1-lanche, a prominent young lawyer
of Marksville, shot and ltally wound-
ed Rizmore L. Bailn, at that place
this morning. Brbin reled thrw
pistol balls in the ab Sbme da e
ISa 'v minutes.
Yukon Excited Over Election Contest
Seattle. Wash., Nov. 26.-A special
to The Post-Intelligencer from Daw.
son says that the Yukon is wildly ex
cited over the election of a member
of parliament, the first in the history
of the country. Former Governot
Ross and Joseph Clarke are the carn
didates The fight Is a close one and


Shoots Girt, Then Self.
Charleto.u S. C.. Nov. 26.-A spo
ola from Nichols, S. C., says that a
serious shooting has occurred there
resulting in the almost instant death
of Duston H. arvts, and severely
though not seriously wounding Miss
Jody M. Burns. Two shots were
fired, but as to who fired them it is
not well known. Miss Burns states
that Srvio fired both shots, shooting
her first, then turning the revolver
on himself. Sarvia was about 22
years old and was engaged in the study
of telegraphy here. His home la near
,orls. Hinry county.

To Punish Professional Beggars.
New Y-rl:. Nov. 26.-In his annual
report or t .- work of the central coun*
cil of the charity organization society.
President Robert DeForrest describes
a novel method which has just been
adopted for the purpose of detecting
and punishing professional beggars
and syndicates of mendicancy. It is
proposed to establish a record bureau
similar to the Rogues' Gallery of th"
police department, where detailed rec-
ords of 'beggars are accessible, the
object being to deter habitual mendi.
cants from plying their trade in New
York and other large cities.

Overdraft Caused Failure.
London. Nov. 26.-The Yorkshire
Wood Combers' association, formed in
1,x99 with a capitol of $9,525,000, has
sent a circular to its shareholders an
bouncing the appointment of a receiv-
er. The failure is the immediate re-
sult of an overdraft for $350.000 on the
Bradford District bank, which th
Wool Combers' association failed to
moot. The company has been in dif-
ticulties for some time. It exhausted
its independent capital in an unsuc-
cessful attempt to buy Important index.
pendent firms.

Re-Elected as Independent Liberal.
London. Nov. -6.-John Cathesrt
Wilson. member of parliament, wnc
seceded from the Unionist party ow-
ing to his opposition to the education.
al bill and appealed to his constitu.
ents in the Orkney and Shetland divi.
sion for endorsement, was re-electel
yesterday as an Independent Liberal
The polling was as follows: J. C.
Wilson (Independent Liberal) 2,412-
Wxood (Liberal) 2.001; Angler (Union.
ist) 74q. Most of the Unionists sup-
ported Mr. Wilson.


Florida Setteag There.
A northern man now v-4ititisc 41mr.f
water, %% ritei.4 to his. homet ppipr sn
interesting andl Ure.-zy le'ter atmout
FloridU.

''Buggit-se aid tiieyi-leo, double tesamiq

denees, everything that -howt..t nj,''4-
ern prgessrt ~was ,ttr-iri zl~y ithiii

rormaitionis IM ') rf'iii 1.itte that 0-116.'
who' has .'pt'&at w irto-r% iin l~i.riota 'tor
ten years past van li~ril~y 1w'.vbt-t,*i
Own Oen~s*%. Livery -uihde-. with
northern awl western hi4,r-w4a noi


Have Men.


For a successful b
there must be buyers.
equipped store, a well a
stock of goods, efficient
all attract buyers; but n
ter what the store, no
what the stock, no matt
agreeable or efficient the
buyers will not be attract
less they know the facts.
Telling the facts in regard to y
ness is advertising. That method
will tell them to the largest ni
prospective buyers is the best m
It is obvious that th
method of telling the f
the buyers of this corn
is through the advertising
umns of this paper. A
employing this method
best advantage ?


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modern turnouts, are a" common ai in
KatU.'as, In proportion to the iiopula-
tion. The proportion of loylyt-le- i
greater than in Kansas.
"One family often has two Ani,
three wheels, aind path. through tli.
piue woods are as comnmoun a4 Iht.


homes are numiirous.


Pia inoi. atri


organs are sc:ttet'red everywhere itn
the country '-e'';on. Th.- -'howl my*-
t-mll, omp' si rtm favira',ly with that ,f
the notr.h. Style in dire-.4 of meni
Vo'iIKni' and children, i- up t4o eI te
The young girl- are as .tyli-: i anot ih-
yount me-n are as ludiish a you ,'-an
flio at y where.
They havethe girl" with a -m *-
ir 'i,:hi hat,
High I.,o I iot. anrd a milk cravet-
Drop -.ti(,. hn oe aind tblu, piar:T-'l.
Ant their dulei have th-e a*h to p"1y
for it all.
That w~a- not so rtef-,re the great
freeze.

It is said that eighty thni"Imld
Poles in the ( nite-t Staltl- havVe VW
ceded from the Church of Roume, with
Bishop Kozlowski at their h-ea.l, san
have asked adrui.sion", a t.is y, to)
the protestaut Episoipsl church.

'Tis better to have fought ail l,-t
than to have quietly mubmitt#l ant I
alled'it *de-tiny,' stya Bryan.


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A MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY BAZAAR OPENS MONDAY, DECEMBER Ist,

AND CONTINUES UNTIL JANUARY Ist,

At The





OCALA BAZAAR


j STORE ROOMS.




F. P. GADSON WILL SUPERINTEND.


We mean that the entire center length of Gadson's Store will be taken up in
his 2oth annual exhibition of Christmas and Holiday Goods, consist-
ing of a magnificent showing of pretty and useful remembrances. No
trouble in finding what you desire. Not only are we able to satisfy
your tastes, but your pocketbook will be benefited here too.


DiversioQ for YouQgsters Jewelry

Our twenty years of experience enables There's nothing nicer for presnts than
us to make selections in this line that will handsome jewelry. We are hadilquarters
instruct and amuse the little folks. See for designs and values that have no, coun-
our toys before buy ing elsewhere, terpart in this section.


FIREWORKS FIREWORKS FIREWORKS



Toilet Articles Fige Milligery
Haudsome articles that are useful, We carry the latest creation from thl*.
unique in design, late in fashion and world's fashion centers. All this season's
cheap in price. See us before making new shapes and styles will be found in
your purchases in this line. our display. Prices are reasonable, to..
Chinaware Mens' Hots aod Cops
-Some articles are made for ornaments, A crown for all-not royalty's kind. but
while others are made for usefulness, but the easy. comfortable variety. W.s .ll
those we offer you combine the two, at only the kinds that are made well andt
the price of one. wear well.
Leather Goods Uqderwear for Everybody


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THEIOCALA BANIER, NOVEMBER, 28, 1902


UM. W. J. Lobri tos in Jackson-
vtle e)oying the ala Week attrac-


Mr. Will Coodon returned hon-e
TUmday from a purchasing trip .-
New York.

Mr. and Mrs. Buttgenbach have re-
turned to their home at Holder after a
voveral months' absenw in New York.

Mrs Henry Mtevens and baby. of
Hah .-pring,. arrived in the city ye-
twrday to visit Mr. lsaac Stevens and
family.

~etsrs. Clifford Anderson and
Girover ('levi-land McClure are back
frtrm a two or three days' t-ar hunt
tIi the ( klawaha swamps.


Mr. A. M. Anders n, of Holder. hs
returned fre.m a visit to Tennesst-
where he has itwen prospecting th
phbmphate properties in that state.

dAitor Jordan of the Punta (ord
Herald say* there will lie an Oven i
the next legislature, but no Bacon
voiwadbread, or Rice to bake in it.-
4riinesville San. Marion county wil
furntab a SBllock.

Editor Harris han captured one u
the prepenty rainbows of which hi
mag en merrily a few days ago, a. iin
red patronage makes necessary at
eslargement of the Ocala Daily Ban
er.-Penearola Journal.

Mr. D. W. Davis and family havy
moved (eck is their home on Soutl
Thtd 4seet, which they have recent
ly had remodeled, and Mr. Rober
Taylor sad family have moved int<
swe McDonald house on Earl street
whitt Mr. Taylor recently purchased

lr. D. A. Smith, of Anthony, wat
St (hAla yesterday. The doctor sayi
that seer before in its history wert
thore so much activity in and around
Atbony a is now going on. Twu
hundred acre of the old French phoe,
pbate eompamy's property are now
t ing fenced and in some direction
there are unbroken truck farms
trecbling for a distance of five miles.

Another gigantic business consoli.
daUom will on January let be launch-
ed en th es of commerce, and it will
be managed by progfresive men of
S etnMBvllle. This new consolidation
will be the merger of the C. B. Rogers
rwee y Company, the Florida Groce-
ry 'Company and the grocery depart-
ment of the Consolidated Naval Stores
0mmPany. The eapital stock of the
enm*pGy will be $500,0l0, and Jack-
soeovlle will be the headquarters of
$be e ocern Charles B. R.g-rs will
be the ht-ad of the new combine.-
Jackeouville Metropolis.

A FIoria MNorse.
Marin i county hau within the past
few year- doie nore- to show to the
world at Irre what Florida can do in
the way of farming, stock raising, etc.,
than any other one county in the
etate. People who are skeptical as to
Flrisla bting a sto should *** tseme of the stock of the
C'happg.el Hothers, at iendrick, this
s,.unty. Mr. WV. V. ('happell yester-
day drove ani to the k-ala Batnner
ofte- with as filne two-year-horse as
can be tseeu anywhere, which he
ratisd on hias farm at Kendrick. He
i. culy a few days over two year- old.
a high stepper, and tips the beam at
ti pounds.
Who say Florida is not a stock-
ra.izg state, and Marion the banner
eenty?

**r Centy at Florida Fairs.
MIeet tprau at Sub-Tropical Exposi-
tie, JacksmO vt Ile.
First prtie at Semi-Tropical Et|t.i-
H'cs, (iala.


First prise at State Fair, Jackson-

First prize at State Fair, Lake
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Flower for 25 or 75 cents. Two dosee
will relieve you. Try it. Anti-Mono-
poly Drug Store. +

Ocala's Gala Week Delegation.
The following named Ocals people
are iu Jacksonville today, viz:
Mrs. L. A. Finch, Mrs. Pearl Ma-
.ln. Mrs. F. L. Wats.n, Mrs. C. L.
iaristy, Mrs. T. T. Munroe, Mr. and
Mrs. M1. C. Looney and little son,
Mrs. John Vereen and children, Miss
utby Farris, Messrs. Charlest Pyser,
George Smith. John and Bob Math-
ews and Alfred Beck, Mrs. C. C.
ro Id and tsou, Heron; Frank Harris,
Miw. Sarah Harris. Frank Harris, jr.,
B. H. eymnuour, Mrs. Gordon S. Scott,
NMis 4 Louise 'Scott, C. Carmichael, J.
R. Blaekiston, C. V. Miller, Mrs.
lunt and daughter, Mr. J. T. Wheel-
r. Miss Sue Barco, Irvine Reardon,
tert Das h, and all the members of the
Lkala Rifles, about thirty in all.


Cgetrlbuters to the methodistt I
tortalemont.
The following is a complete list
names of the friends who kindly co
tribute to the "remembrance table
for the Methodiht entertainme
Tuesday Light, viz:
M,- lamesJ. P. Hilhurn. DIidet
.,u: A. D. Pr-k, Manama; Er.
Wallace. Braideutown; Chas. Rh
nauer. city: H. M. Middletou. I
Idialn: Alexander McIntyre. Alabam
E L. T. Blake. Tallahassee: J.
Brooks, Alabama: Jno. Widema
Gainesville: Burger, Indiana: E
Swi.in. Inliana; J. L. Chaille, Miam
Tho<-. Engleb-ty. Virainit': H. A. Tidl
crystall River: M. T. Simmons, M
ouri; D. W. Ellis, Suth Carolin
4'. D. Massey. New York: Louis Fo
Atlanti; ,. W. English. Canada: N
C. Bull. city: S. A. Stuart. Oak I aw
T. T. Sander., Alabama: H. '. Blak
Ocala; Mary Bennett. Crystal Rive
M. 0. Wet.-ter. Minne )ta; J.
Mellon, Tampa; -'. A. Balcou. I
diana: E. J. Diebeil, Bi-dlen: Fl!
Struck, Tanipt: <>!ive Bachehlde
city: D. M. Hick. rciy: K. K. (
Batty, Chicago; J. ID. Webb. Ket
driek; R. Mt('-ouathy, city: Miss
Mary Drake, Alabama: ,ara Harri
O' ala: Mary Epperson, Kentuck5
M.(. Hopley, Chi'ago; Mary Bul
Wisconin; Mabel Sanders. Dunun
lon: Hattie Dye, Ocala: Aldah he
uett, Crystal River; Jssie Blak
Tallahamsee; Elsie Tratchel, Mio ur
Lily Roux. Fernandina; Matti
Sweets, Alabama; Minnie Barec
Crystal River; Jeunie \Vebrter, Mir
ut-ota: M. Jonee, Ocala; Byrd War
manu, 'Citra; M esrs. J. H. Chaill
Miami;J. C. Ley, Mit-anopy;J. N
Mershon. New Jersey. and Master 1
D. Iancaster, city.
The following are tb, onamue. of th
cash contributors: Me~srs. i. W
Weimer, Tennestee; H. E. ('arltoi
Arcadia; R. W. Davis, Palatka: C
WX. Sebold, Maryland: Albert Shum
way, New York; W. B. Laruar, Tal
lahassee; Mr. Fry. Missouri: J. IP
Talsaferro, Jacksonville: F. S. Bauti
New York; Mart. Kuti & Co Atlan
ta: ;. R. Mallory, Pentsaola: Me*
dames H. H. MeCreary, Gainesville
Sarah Harris, Panasoffkee: Alexatde
McIntyre, Alabama: A. R. -ullivau
Hill (ret; Mr. and Mrs. M. F Sim
nmous. Missouri; W. J. Kounti, Pt-nu
'ylvania: Israel (i. Adao. New Jer
sey: L. H. Hope,. New Jersey.

Good Advice.
The most miiaerable beings iu thb
weld are thoee suffering from dycpep
,i* and liver complaint. More than
seventy five per cent of the people in
the United States are afflicted with
these two disease and their effects
such as sour stomach, sick headache
habitual coetivenees, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, waterbrash
ugnawing and burning pains at the
pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coa-
ted tongue and diasagresable taste in
the mouth, coming up of food after
eating, low spirited, etc. Go to your
druggist and get a bottle of August


Orange ,*'ounit% :tiilI a eirniuial court of
record in \'V,-wi- county. No'w, with
a population of .12 33 more in the
fifth circuit than in the seven t cir-
cuit. and no courts to aid it, while the
seventh circuit has four courts to aid
it, we think the senator is a little off
from that which is fair asd just in a
division with this circu
Fifth Compared With the Eighth
Cireoul.
The fifth circuit has 49,699 more
population than the eighth circuit
has. There are no other courts in
either of these two circuits to aid the,
circuit court.
The population in the fifth circuit
is twice as large as that of the eighth
circuit and 17,519 to spare. In other
words, there would be two and and a
half times the population in the fifth
circuit than that of the eighth circuit.
If the labor is measured by the po)pu-


THE JUDICIAL ClICUITS.

of A few days ago there appeared
)n- the Metropolis under the head, "WV
le son's New Circuit." what is stated
'nt be the division of the state into j
dicial circuits according to the viv
ty: of Senator C. C. Wilson. We are
IA- the opinion that the Senator has i
B. dealt fairly wi:h the other circuits
ei- the state aud beg leave to briefly
n- view the several divisions, commei
Las: ing, as he did, with the fifth circu
A. It would be borne in mind that t
lnu, first circuit is next largest in pop
H. lation to the fifth circuit and then t
ai; fourth circuit, neither of which t
Wd, Seuatr-gives any reiief to whatev
1g, but for the present we will contl
i* our discussions to the divi-ions
a; proeomed by Senator Wilson.
x, Senator Wilson's Proposed Judici
v. Circuits Considered.
": The population ,of the differe]
e,. counties constitutingu the circuits
r: proposed by Senator Wi.son is take
A. from the cen-us report of 191ni. A
n- cording to the Senator's division the
ra would stand in population:
r, Fifth Circuit.-Alaehua county, 32
245i Lafayette county. 4.987; Lev
n-. county, .%.6*3; Marion county, 24,40
es Putnam county, 11,641; total 81,879.
s, -ixth Circuit.-Lee county, 3,07]
y; DeSoto county, S.407; Polk count,
lI. 12.472, and county court; Hillsbor
l- c unty, 36,013, and criminal cour
n- Manatee county, 4,663; total, 4M.2i
e. Seventh Circuit.- Monroe county
ri: l',o36. criminal court of record ; Dad
ie county, 4,'~9; Brevard county, .5,15
o* county cou't; Volusia county,10,01)
n- criminal court of record; Oranr
t- county. 11,374, criminal court of ret
e, ord: total, 49.4Q6.
'* Eigth Circui:.-Paecocounty, 6,j,&
T. Hernaudo county, 3.6 14; Citrus ,tout
ty, 5,3I: O,'eola county. 3,444; Sumt
e ter county, 6,lS7: Lake county, 7,467
total, 32',1l1.
u*, If the labor is prodortioned accor
Sing to population, and there seems n
more just and fair method, let us se
Low it would stand meAsured in thi
inianner,
', Fifth Compared with the Sixth Circuit
- Thte Fifth has 17,"13 more of po)pu
- laticn than the Sixth circuit has.,
The-re are no other courts in th
r Fifth circut to aid it.
' In the Sixth circuit we have
- county court iu Polk couuny and
? ?rimiual court of record iu Hillsboro
County. With 17.613 population mor
it the Fifth circuit than iu the Sixth
with two courts to aid the Sixth an
e no aid at all in thle Fifth, 'he sena
* tor's division as to these two circuit
Si is a mite unfair aud unjust, it seen
Sto US.
Fifth Compared With the SeventI
, Circuit.
f The fifth circuit hits 32,383 mort
Population that the seventh h has.
SThere arc 1n other 'cor's in rhe fifth
circuit ito r'iieve it at all. The seventh
r circuit iias four course to relieve it,
It hab a rinintnat court in Brevard
county, a crunti' al court of record ini


. Attention is called to the adver-
tisemen-r in thi Isue of Hanue -ro*.,
the large wholesale andi retail liquor
and wine dealers of Jacksonvlle..
For years they have made a spe-
cialty of filling out-of-town orders in
such quantity as may be desired, and
their experience in this direction,
together with the careful study of
each customer'- wants, has enabled
them to build up a trade throughout
the state that continues to grow
month by month.
At this seaena of the year especially
are they enabled to give prompt at-
tention to orders, carry iug on enor-
mous stock of their different grades
and brands.
Re'd their advertisement and send
for pitce list. They are perfectly re-
liable.
The Tribune's New Press.
This is the first isme of the Tribune
printed on its new verfectlug pre*s.
Of course it is no criterion of what
the Tribune will be in a few days.
The nrin room haa hsn ...--A


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moms iM~ws we ~up" me w o 49 IsuiOU
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F.%TAIRLIWED I I.IM

BABIEL BROTHERS'

CASH. MAIL ORDER HOUSE


Death of Mr. Jas. A. Perry.
The many friends of Mr. James
in Perry throughout Marion county w
'il- be pained to learn of his tIea:h whi,
to occurred at Dunnellon early Tuesda
U. morning. He had heein l. f,,r sevel
ew weeks but was- not thought to )he* da
tf gerou'ly so until SunI:Ly wh-,i I
rot -ase to.k a turn for the, wir-e fr.
in which he never railie-. Hi4 reiu.ti
re- were brought to this city Wednesdi
ne- and prepared for burial by Mesti
lit. Melver & Mackay.
he The funeral took place Wednestd
pu. afternoon at his former home at Fn
he McCoy.
the Mr. Perry was a native of this cou
.r, ty and an excellent business man, at
wue Was well liked by.all who knew hit
as He leaves a wife and a host frie:u
to mourn his death.
ial Griner Farm Notes.
A good r-freshing rain fell hei
n[ Wednesday morning.
S* Mr. Perkins, of Connnor, was a vis
en tor here last week.
e- Mise Mattie Jones gave a dance to
ey fbw of her many friends Friday nigh
After several sets had been danced tht
2,- guests were invited into the dining
ry room where dainty refreshments we
3; served, much to the enjoyment of th
young folks. It was at a late bou
1; before the guests departed for their
Y, hrmes, each declaring they had er
ro joyed themselves.
t; As Mrs. Charlie Leitner was corn
6. ing home from) Anthony Sunday al
Y, tfrnoon Uis horse fell down with hii
ae nd broke his left collar bone.
4, JrDiE.
3, Death at elielvlew.
ge We announced in our yesterday'
e- paper the serious lllne-e of Mr. Wil
haru W. Mason. a ploneer settler o
3; Pelleview. He breathed hi" last i-it
i- Miuloday aferu - were tuterre-d in th- fam ily burima
; groli !to near that lplce yes:erda,
aft-rnoon.
1- Mr Mason was a Confederate vet
o0 eau and was 72 years of age

SFertilizers for Florida.
One of the mot important fertili
zer manufacturing estatlir-h[ueuu
t south is that of the Wilson & Tjoomer
- ('Co., of Jacksonville.
Their new factory has a capacity
of 15,) tons a day and the produce
embraces a variety of different brands
of Ideal fertilizers and special crop
a formulas., each adapted particularly
a to some special need of the farmer
o and the fruit and tru,.k grower.
The Wilson & Toomer C'o. have
recently luued some very handsome
and valuable pamphlets of interest tu
d the Fioridian. Among these specially
worthy of note are "k'lorida Oran.ze.s. '
Sand "Florida Vegetables Aside
from the advertising tinh contain
matter of splendid value to the pro-
.tln'er and are very interesting. Th.-y
Swill be sent to all interested in the
quePiiou on application.
An trmportiut question to the con-
sumer-that of prices,-is answer-d
satisfactorily by the price list of this
Company. Write fr it together in
the testim niats and experience at
* others. You will finu the "Ideal"
brands good to tie to.
For the Holidays.


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1246-1258 Adams St.
PRICE E LI.T I P


Ii-
More About Florida Phosphate.
In Florida the shiipmlleni' are n1111
S usily heavy, ioth ltorie-ti' ant f"
SeigU. Prominent conptaes i tt
lae i-n petu.l e "ection ire \ irk in I tit-,
plants to the ut In* '1 .- til' '4 i lt
re
e present the s.ituAtioni i.s re-p|,rtel IIOU'
S more satisfactory to mitr:-. PrI'
ir
continue very iieauy. 3rd the iicpi
from Europe better. In the bar,
I-
rock section miners are a,-o actively
engaged, and the hlpirtumt.-t fromi, t
ports, tike pebt le., are h-atvy. Av't
from Europe are inore favor ile. I
Phosphate of Par:-, in !-, u.f 1 N
vember 5'h, says: Ihie tntlu-try ,
chemical pr: ducts. finting it.s*-f. ..
the whole, regularly -upplied ty co,
tracts in course of ex-cution, t.uyet-
f are less inclined to li' ton to rumr-t *r
Sau advance. However,l ti. r i -n. ti
n iug iudi'ca iin, ti o us iliiti the- firm ,,-
of the phosphnte im:Lrke' ,ihouli ti
Sepheuneral. Oun ti- cntrtry, trli' mw
tiots are rather in. favir !f a -,ti
-imore accentiU:t!er advance ,' th
iarkfet. Buyer- will l *" Wit-* Y I
a.-surug the .i-,elves r w **t' the ner
chatudise for delivery tn tThe future
- If there is room, in fa,-'. to .f.cr fi
S the present, a inor,- or l-.-i i lit-In
r
fluctuation, on the other hant' th' r
V is nothing to ,'ppo-e a progre-m.iv
t advance which may ive .u-cerpLltie a
j a given lmmnuetlt of havwte t -t-ib.i,
difference eiween thile lnre whi cl
will prevail in a ye-ar r to he-r,-
and the really alitjat!;' -e. u pr.-.,r-s a
SJirecen'" given."

Earnings of Florida Railroads.
S The Florida r-ijroa'l c'ni,.ns ioi
has madle puili., for the- y-.tr i- .lii
June 3)tli last, siatistns corern'nr
the railroads in thle 'tltte, eIt [,r- i .,
four wnich hnave not re-orte-i. i.t
shown that the total gios.. e-arntg.
from operation on n he Floriala ntli.
ness done by the railroads rejlortinr
amounted to $1?, 7s,N,2.;: the ,opera.
ting expenses in Floridl ansttIountetd to,
17,481,648.24, and the ne-t earning were
$2,598,153.99. The operating exmen-.
74 24 per cent. of the total grims earn-
inga from operation.
The roads showing the lsrge.tf net
earnings from operation were: Savan-
nah, Florida & Western, $1 ,.'9 5,7 l.-
Seaboard Air Line, 4is4,nos.%4; Fl, r.
ida East Coast. $-:>.t5).J*; Loui.vil:e
& Nashville. $145.5.2 )1, atnd the FlIr-
ida Southern, $117.273.31.

ings for the roads reporting were

$3,409,624 20; freight train earni~gs
were S6,441,2..71.
Wants Col. Bob to Have the Oco,
1e know thatt <'ol. R,,',err [avl;'
intentions were iti when hi an-
,nouncel that he would, retire rc.,n
Spoitle-. after the- expirationu of hin
present term in congre,. but if the,
people deternmine to make. 'r.e,,,rna.
trial timber out of him. as t 1 ',n.
they are going to do,. ,of ,.',urc our
Bob could not be ibnllai.I or crit, ,,.
if he should change hii ,,ain as r,.


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THE OCALA BANNER. NOVEMBER 28, 1902


"'e: .:'":" ..t; GUSH OF HOT METAL

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. r c. .,.i *t re. .e, : Fatality at Williamson Fur-


1. d, L L. ,,l 'au. leiw ''iii il.n l
ni a ,b. **i 'I La 4.- I*i- aii.- iwur II.
1 *.-I k ......e ** eI e *e*, Kin;- -e llm II
.e. I 's 14 # "let Oit aIH1 a -u<) of
ihot a*ll. ne tf ll.Ilt ,I.ear u titil Iw
.**.4- stl tI u leaLk %nill Sutlilrity #Ii
II l a f liall iIkOlPit f il.iin aij l1
**-lia Ik I.-i-ry. He- Il,, brIrmd.*I
I e -I* .t I l is Ile- Krratuiates( in toy a
*hIif iie *.I e I- i t --loir Ma I milroitivrV.
He- *il .'t r-ailt lthe- |ei.,t rif orIterimi!.
aI t* ,, Ii tia, hin r- 4,f lii. 1-mL-k to re-
tur eI t h. t tii k. ,unt-I.autiful ilteit -
unose- ta i lisat atl Ii* 'r u-ed Il kni t. lie
lidi. I tn%e- tit-e. Tit- v t w** i. te* oo- pr isIto -a1 a 4lo 4e"ew colnti*'-
-aM|e ,**eS.- .in *ewk-- avi idiuioialityi
ased sm--. i-te*d g.lIka d,,ti with wrdi-
It."I TI*e- is-rt thieisa that halpitliod
I** h*- I 11 uinli- a.- th t.ire.tt,--wift,


f --.'t I ilituml. mil l lil oe < ot rl -.
ii. ,i.'.vt o* o r.-aftl-r tva t tlhe -o.I kiaZw
I *llite-r.Ie1i- thllltf t o TVr!,-,i le. ith.
#- lIa'in i 6 -r vmlf ie 1N I whylV aK
*.tI iiti c .. e'i. fura -i i ,i-prtiese tilativv-
..f ..tur % *t.te i a- wl-!l a- labroadl fitour
hl. a.i mia da '..i- .1 i th ,i fall i l.i-,
P** f rt i, i .h*#-. l0ati r. un t'il wt re-tAl
,to. ta,* *. l., t,**, Hlusi, a5i l rt'ui laI-
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'I. M.,, I'l,,i of -t"l A i...lt .K t !.A'iwa% i ll-aila. 'Catldi
i1. -. ai I! .- prHaeli,.-r-. will tak*
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a- a ltllltfliS
It a- va.ri saUmluae iInl we tea-limave
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I mtd I kt- vbak dr valuablest dogit ,l-
rfetilintry jo e it sillhat. gnt .de Dmage-.
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nace, Birmiagham, Ala.

MOLTEN IRON COVERED BODIES.

Sudden 2rcak In Furnace Caused Dis.
aster-General Manager Edwards
Overtaken by Flow of Metal anc.
Burned to Death.

Birmrnriham, Ala., Nv vT7.-- A -u,!
d'-zi 1:<.ak in ti L fLu:i,.. ,:" th. '\V..
lialI.-,h Iron ioi tli .a:. Ut l'i 1;'lt l.'!i
Stree-t this iiorL!.: <:uzi > a n1.a
mul.Tn hirs to l.vi ^ o:uL.

1 Tho a J. A.4 u :-l l:. r1 i:..at'-
6g r, wh,. wYel ta:;:;Ji.8 L<--t '.,.\ slic-
hug t< -a ol^'.v < ,..h w. WUa u.L;.: tl
d iath. L..- .0 a .. .uig tI I.;k wkth
m ol ti i-h i-in ; .;i.I ,;-r. .la.;;., > i-. il,.
ALnnaiil, a .-,vz u.a., a, fatally
burnr.,d, a.. wa.,s a:i. A.:- MIw, :
n< g'r u ;'<-in-ry ma:n. < har:'! -: so.
son oi the .-c;t-:a;4 ul tic <.4. was tent:* y "urt.
It ib r-.1; i:t d l]:a, -; rxn4;,'"
who %\ r,- lair.i;z t Z & : .. ,. 1 \lnia,er
Edwaad(t at teit.i u: .. ak, are3
naiii ;: 1 a ." il :, :;';cd lund er
the i'1 r aun ,.l. i: :. i: wLic-h haa

I.d ,r.; \,'as : .; ..:. .nt as a."

ti..r n t..a:<.i u nit Mri-. U wt.o n; th
U., '.A ..L. L t. lu0 O lten
tuj tai ov,':'took Itl :r.

LOSS BY FIRE !S $150.000.

Opera House and Six Stcres Destroyed
at Greensbcro. Ala.
GOre.,-, ,o:). A:a.. N v. 7 -F!re
hbTi. )out In .i.' o." i, i;o "-- Le-r
M < ..a;-y ni:. Lt s-';,-* ;"' :* 11 ,',' lo'k
and Ie.for, it ituid b1 \' ;u d the?
olra Lhousev ad .ix .:. r de-

The SIlma fire depart :.. r.t was t,!'-
egrapthed for, Las i va: 'i.. #. .at
the fire h&d .'ttt, ,', ,
and w<,lld ,<'.vo'( t!:, t.a. :.. hIIT Ju,'T
aftcr an 'epg:r.n and tnru. :a, !4. n
loaded on a train. wo ..:....- that tho,
flTO waS under eonr1r-
The l'!azx- originat..i stage of thl op-ra 1..*';-. \h( r? .
lecture was bNh.,'n ,'.lv,- rd. and
sprtaId rapidly to th*- a!jotlning stor,..
T,. onttVntf of all ti .-''oirs were.
cmplltt!y th!l.lght that the us~ wA!' re.ach !n the
neig-hborKiW, of $15",.1-0n. whirh :s
only partially onvro,! by insurance..

BONDS DECLARED LEGAL.

Decision Rendered in Alabama SanI-
tary Sewer Case.
Birnminghan:. Ala.. Nov. 27.--4han-
collor J C. Cartimh'ha. I has r'.nder:-l
a dte'ro,' dismissing the b u!t of Made
liue Ke-nni ; ana:st the Jtff'Trs i1
county santarv- Icinm ss:'.ni. whi'."
was filled several days ago.
'The. suit was lrouzht ,ior the pT
pos,- of tet.ttilg thte -'t.-tt-tiT. Vi' v
of th- issue iof bonds for the *
1tru1 t:'.en of the trurlk sa.:tar\ s. w *r
in this oninty. W1:1l' ,thr,' has lIt 'n
1!tt1e ,.tiht but what tl.e bonds w, r
va ;l!. it was th!ou:ht ha ;t to make
a t 'st case.
The. ca o will he carried to the so-
preni.- <'
JELKS INSPECTS MINES.

Varying Conditions Under Which Con.
victs Work.
tMour.tmery. Ala.. Nov. 27.--4~vwern-
or .Telks and J,'d-n h.trrm.!ha.:. lpros-
l to thie lninnK d.strict to mak, a I'r-
iusnai inwpctlon of the n:l":,s which
are Mtding tor cxonvlts. and to study
thl vanrv4n conditions under whicvn
De rr(out Th4 wat trwult is flt to dltond as-
mnn t on 4ne condition as to the
twei.e 'n. o" n te price. They w "! give, several
darve to the 1n8 Ineil n


To Remove Rebel Arrrs.
Panama. 'w. T?7 -wernor Sala
ir a* St so as tbohe cruiser I1trota re-
turz:. lebre f"o'n the port of PedNire-,at
where the rePvo'utionary" oeet ts at an-
-hor. will !tavo ftow tho !ntoeror de-
psrtments to rt'mAwe the arms of the
rm'q-elutitmlvts. aln a~-x to appoint
goverTmienl authort#ee to vrrizan!"'
tti* adITruinlratiion of tth' dIartmn'nnt-
on th-e firot of January the school~


sBuIal of Herr Krupp.
F-wemn. P~itiata. Nov 27 -The rte
maln of Herr Krump we-re L.urIed t,%
day. 'Thik otmequJaes wv'oe in;,r.s!ve,
Fnnrpamiwr Willnam fiolfowingt the hea"se
on fNwt fromn thE o(ld htiwoe of the
rmadfatlher to th%. d,',-,'ndnrt to tb.?
muat, alat"Wo k Fse4 tn atteudti the funeral.

as a Muc-h to Charltv_


"When Your Will
is Ready Your Feet
Are Light."

The business men cf this town
can a-ract cut-f-town trade
as rea:l;;y as th- big esi..h
rer.ers of the c.:.s a::ra:; it P

It is s:r-.:y -ma.er
of a ver:s.r.

This pa:-er ges intc the h:r-es
r,-t crn,v cf 'h-se wh3 I.'
th, :. o.<.y ses:.-.i c:rr. ur.nity
bu It is a .c .e guest in
a44st e:-ry frr. hL'se f;r
rr.., -s ar -. : r-.- s the >
n s :r;,:35 s.. .r-,y v...3ges y
ar'n. rt.e 'h.a: ar far rr..vd
Itw .i cr:i' traz: r wh.- ; rever
it crcua:ces if i*.s 3avrsir.g
cclumr.s are l:te.ligent:y used
I.-ave :.:-a el4 it I
Drc,:in azd ta.k -: over
an-yway

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.BURGLARS


KILL POSTMASTER.


Sere Caught In Attempt to Dynamite
Bank Safe.
V1arreu. M.l'h.. Nov. 27.-42r.t *.
0( .:':T as ;::- int po '.:1:.st :, a.nl
:'o;T- ; t.or 0? the giwetra sT'.i t lI thia
la .wa .t 3.brly t"l"ay by oie
,. a.rg of rot1,ers that tntr. d the
:: bank and biMw ol'u th.- safe.
i',;e .'> ',- uirused Osborne who
: :.. :., t on- of his n .eilfhbors
:. :*...:t robbers were at work
: .-r tth ank or postoftlr'.
A;: ;. te:&.phonts In the villa
'. *r < ;nected at c'ght, and it is
....- It r.at the crcksm.en heard th'
', :: t!' :. hank r iO and Ilst..-L t )
t' e onver-atlon. Os',orne the-n stai t
e*. *;ow-.n th'i- t:e'at and had gontt but
a <'':-: '.stance when one of the nr,)-
nat.;1 a- an outside guarn. sh
n : he .fa-.e w!h-, a eliarge of buick
.:-, :.: him' insTant',y. W without
'i'i,..: anythIniz from the safe, the
.: ..:s !'ed.

Burglars Loot Postoffice.
C 'ax. Inr,.. Nov. 27.--The p.isT',.-
: a: t':a:rks i:l, was entt-.e' ea yv
,i-s morning and the saf, dyniamit,,-.
.\Aout $3'0' worth of stamps wore tai-
, 'r. There is no clue to tha- robbers.

APPLICATION FOR INJUNCTION.

Litigation Between Western Union
and Pennsylvania Road.
V'.ttslhurg. Nov. 27.- The, application
of tho W.s,-rii .'Uniuon T,.,,elraph cI.OT.-
l.pany Ior a"l inju;nct>on to ; .train Lho'-
I'nsyl.yvaaia railroad from coin ia:in :;
Ite .it' aiu'ti.l aet -paL y to r1iilove I-S
, '. and wi.s from the right of way
(i t- .e Ponauiyivai~ia ilr'i'oae 'o:.:~pa:y,
v.a i-e'i' ou of the alle.- l et x irato'u f
vI tra'4t btwtw en tho .u.panas.
.in., up for argLument in the l''n.P'da
1:ateos circuit cturt Hfore Jui-hv' hlfi-
hi:nttn. t eily. An a. .:,ional bia .
,o.:ipanied by a j,'t.tw.2'. vwas til. l t.->
day. The b1ill 4 t .d t hat the t. t -
graph licrau of t'.. '.r i.'.IT ao pa:,.
ck.an.prise over 1i' ::..' s of 'o: S
and c e, a" d o0\ .' Ina s .
S i: ,; that it hi .. : .'"'
and trar. ilts '. :. s
nu:.Ily. .lxclu "ivc a' : I .'usint -.-
ofri'e busine. s0 of tht'e c ;iany., and oft
part'is haV;:l private' w.r-s.
The pla.ntlff company denies th
rigLt of the defendant to compel tie
remova or" the I-ilk and wires of tIh.
plaatliff, and alleos that the- purlpoA's
of th, attempt to ounst the W t\V.-t::
Union Telegraph (.,;ompaty frxm thei-
'Inos of the lnn:sy:vania railroad sys
tekm Is to give the t'.stal company .."
the zr'gitt andl pri'vi'e., now .jtoy
.)y the, plaintiff -o),,pany It is 'iad
ed that three is amp; a ro l for th
'li,! -s of both cC'oIpan!.-, on the r:'2.t
ao: way of the that the obhj '-t of the. : t. : t. cIo.:
a :y. is .to dU st:'-y the '::-:: s.t ot :'
plai::.!ff ,,','.T.... for the b, 1i flt i.


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n :'iv.-rn. t o' f I : a..: i 1 a:- ti. .
rh!s a' .n*. w ;.'i .... th, :" ".* n, i.
'y d!stribution Is e r,.i'..- '. su:
C'a-nt to account for th .,i-'pr-clath -
in the vaii o of rth- me:al.
It Is pointed out tha." *.vrn if (':'L:.
pa!,i the indemnity in : '. t, rs
woul!, be the san','. a.;s s.!:, w :il ha;.'
to s'nd the .rame quantity of s'lvr [t
Fi:r)op r. (iror!.- to b'iy )oli. T '
Chit;., -a' or-te,-ron that Ch'ina shou ',l
ay th. fn ..,:r..ity at th., hi-her rat,
oxf exhar in forr'e !\hen the ree*. "
:. *'*' t:-'at'" w'is c:='Tf finds so":.

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FUNE. AL OF MRS. CORE.

Attended by Larje Crowd-Beautiful
Floral Offerings.
P. t: N ,7. T7. -Ti: funeral of Mrs.
.., *\ .I Pv: at the Arniriani
, : ,. a '' k th..: :t"tcrnoon, an,!
', as. :'rt,:,!.a i t y ) A la: ,', cr'rw!. iainlyv
A': : u*
IT", fr;,:t of the church was pack-
.'a 1vy ar i',''bii:agte of people at-
tra.,t. -, hy enri-'!ty, Including many
stuefts. The body was In & plain
oark casket rcverecd by a black pall.
having on it the Initial "G." It was
tatkn to the church in an open hearse
wMb-h was fol!ow.'d by three car.
';.:.: .. Mr "Pa.u ct. r#,pr.-s,.nting Mr
Gowl.viy. eoecunt:< the first carriaa,'.
',...' ,-thors 're a' ty. Noner of tj'o
:atv' of th', .,,' 'as wtre pr, -
,t anmjl Ther,, w. r, no mourne-s. Fi'.-
!;fu- f .oral fferings. one of them
,a.. Mr. Gow'dy. were placed around
'h.* : :.k't.
Th --,rvite was conduetted by Rev.
!)r Ti:'i:lher. Thtre was no n:iui!..,
i- ,.1 the pastor alvo!ded d :('ct mention
':" h t:at'Idy. the only reference to
:. ':in that the ,Ie. -as,,d was alone
h rr... to Ba.tnerux cemetery., w-here itI
was bur1.1 a:ter a simple service a"
th,, grav".-!de.
Pe Ilydzowsk!. in whose apartments
Mrs Gr,.r dIed. was not present at
tV0 :i-:r,-a! now" nz to1 th-. alvie of hi-
lawyer, who fear-'d a !-'emonstration.

Mortality In trench Army.
N.-\w York. Nov, 27.--The minister
of wvar has drawn attor,'on, says a
rT'-!s d:spati h from Paris. by way of
Lc.1n',n. to the unsanitary condition
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t- Hs ri an I !:hat -1 ,"'-T-.r-
W I !a-:'s i a .r .-: '- nf .-.'

Suit Involves Mi'! -.a-s.
T.i' \-,'i '.- Nov 'v. .7 '-. h'ir '
c ln!m h 'r! '.:!--r.hi 'r to
for .' p'a, s : t:ry pr'op[cr
v:'ei;, at C,'-oras n !: n o"a:s. an!

a<-'; J '. ni r-', an- I n' of t ,
f'i ',', '. rs ?)f .J'hn I',:! a \, .... a
la : loo liv h-rc in 1,S'.7
TI: jr..red fi P sy vana. ar.
re : -i ': ', a l 'V firm t" rI>.' 'c tp, tL.a
(ca... :ar the !:, :rs. The a :a'.isn 'a
r : t. hat th-. r,-a'ty (<-.a:'- was not
a;' ")r,,:- *, h-,' h"-:rs itn thi, admlrT
lt.ra .on of tho stcaP.

Negro Pays Death Penalty.
T.Ino'anron. N C., N,,v 27 -Calvin
*t a n-.'r v was T:an':ad ,'in,'
ytste-'-lay for assau*-!nz .Mrs. (.,'b
lr-own. r.ear her.- a!,butt two months
tn. When the criam,- was (cocmitt-'.!
sevt'r-p, unsliqfcssfui attem'-ptsA we-,e'
mad'- to lynch the nezro. but after a
promise, of a .nee-dy trial the citiz0us
submnitt-ed to thb law taking its c-ours ,.
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Trrov, -ower to oprate the nttlr
unT.rrouid qyptrrmn wh;ch th eornmpa
ny c.nrt nipl!at.-s, running ?tTl4r Man-
hatRa: in a.,!it'on to PsevOral Of the*
shorter branches on the LAmuJ Islad4
rail!:ad.

Work Resumed In Havana
Haxana. N<,v 27 -There- was a omn.
eral res'm-: ,lion .of' work tAelay ex('p't
In the .ise of the ctarmnakifrs. who
st:u! ':xav- a f'-w mninor points unde
di1,'ua=ion Guinali-rto oome) a ao
zn. Is nimr.ti-ineod as the- successor ta
Pi,-zo Tamayo, the sct'r.ftary rof th4
zov. rn:!,ent. who rece-ntly res~!gnr-,e
nia!beoro Conm-7z. wihh Oenpral Go
mez. took a prominent part In the "-t.
tenmntr .f the strke-. Hlls spserh Va
!h,. ~trikers is said to have p vented
further violence.

Decision Favorable to Chill.
T.lon.on. Nov. 27.-A. Bertran!* 9
(Ch'iian xport. who t.-'tifl-d heforp.
the [rit!sh boundary commission ,*
day. informs a r*sg-rter of the Asw,
cate',d Pras that hbe rmard.s theo A
Se'!.,n 2enera!'y as rather farowralM
to ('hi'! More than half the di-4uted
terrT:o-!y althrnih not the moaee r'.


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MEMPHIS IS SCENE


OF FAMILY TRAGEDY

Tailor Kills His Wife In Pres-

ence of Laurgher.

HE CLAIN..ED SZLF DE"ENZSE.

It Is Said That t.-e F,'- ;:y Relation-s
Were Not P;eacant, a:'d Trat t ,
Wife Had Recentay Inst.tuted S.,t
For Divorce.

f .'::t'. N 7.-A- : : : ; .

M iler. a ta.Xe;". and M!la-d Guaie ,i.'.;- h:. :: .
th presence of th', : -
j lliler cam e to ,- ..A :.'. -- *
ago aad opened a ta o;'.:. '. ......
metntat 41 Maia nsreet. A.. '.: y
"a.o he went to Kaz.as :y.. i;&,i.,
hts wife and dais-rt It Is said that rhe faaaiiy .''';.:.-
weMn :.4,z ,azan-ar.t. and 1:a. 31ill6i
r'caencty ti!.atuteid sulit or.r L.vu-: a.
The po; o de ~ :,tmn ::t -, st, ;'dr.y
y te,, d'.:. a telegram fro h ef ,.t
potlic o Karsais City. .-'-n that
Miller had I,.ft for MI: ... -
fon h_.-i de;) urt:r ... ; "
catte that he ::( -*, '. ; ..' i.' -
wl:- uIpc, arrival t,. : T.A, ,! -'' -
Iv,. \.'-i'- tft. tn c ,,- ':. 'at. -. t R: : :ht |
Sr M --r. t is <:i- -> ff
hi- :!*''ar andm thiu- ,- :.! ... !-- .
Th!:. n:>rn;r.- M :' :.' ,- li *:'.
ta:a (r':.z stort,, an :' ::, -: to :'
S 1 '. .. ..' w : oiit ,...n: .... a. t ., .


tvife Ti--d to .! hi .t v ver,
an.r he fired In --f ,,,.t :,

TURKISH ARMS STRENGTHENED.

Rearmament of Artillery Will Entail
Outlay of $3,900.000.
CoIn taatm io;!,. Nov "2 .2--- .xt- c
hatt.er'n s of qui'-k-rir:ne : : 1.. urn5.
nm: i,,.-rini 5 ai:ns; in a::. .av- n
or-.,Ired trom the Krupp xw.v<, a, the,
c,.i ,':nc mny..t O< tb r''-a:::: a::.. at I f
tli T'uri-.',nsh art.>:-;, T., ar:- m.n-
;-try a;: is l, i':n -, to ;:: :a e
,22- .1(1 a" iall .a i .a u-
rIre ::. pr'se.::t -ra' .- :.. :t W .h11
.:Iwacons lnd nrln-;-ti i : '.. the. ar-
. l ry, ;he orc: rs o:.t .t.;w it- y ir 1

TPa **':r'Law'ys ;as a:. r: x' .'

; n s in th, sit: '. a n : a -'o-
r!:a lIa! tho :"'<. i. s. nd thn :: 'ar>-,
&'.n ) .'va.:.r;z Iu a'.:a v ,lulr:--s ;I:. :'
t l:at s- ri ''s o;; :'- .1:- p. -a' 'v la
i.g to w i !."*. .-*. ; ,i -ir' >', ,iT:,-[ rn I.y.
h'e exp" ''e t ad in th.-' ;.,ir' a

TOM OCHILTREE DEAD.

Passes Away at Hot Springs. Va..
From Heart Disease.
Hot Spi:-in s'. Va. Nv "7 -4,- r,. ;
T ho.::.. io:: 'tr''' -., *" '. s;. h .,
vivart. ,ied ar t: : ae' y' ra-'r.'.ay. -'a
-. :::t tr-,oub!- il., had t,'0-n ;n a
sinking .'...i.Ion '0n cin:ora- fays.
I,- wv.'. b ;\ '-n Tr'T-ri an1 hae b-'
be'n at odd **na ? Jo'-rnl..s. ''.t'-l.
rate crlonol. c'nz-rs.ai:.n anad .
ways a man of th- w,:rai and a roody
fellow St'orc's '-nn"'h to fil' a v"a!
nurn. havy been tol, albrut him. St.-
r',s to filI another ro';e,' have h,',
toal by him. In :\'a- a',,O na'- C'ol'n nl
Ochiltrot had stprnt rnt'h tim:ne abroa.!.

PAID DEATH PENALTY.

Job Williams. Nenrc. Executed For
Dr.'_lue Murder In New Jersey.
Br'. -trn. N J. Nav. "7 .;,: Jo W i:.
1 -a :T .- :: ::',, : ,i.s ';.i:: *" i' "
for. ;'., '-,'-or o.n 0 -* ,i. ''i
John ? TT 'r: -'- :- :'i:'. 1 u' :- p anc
t::, ',. r's *a 1 : ... j:: ( at,':-


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TAX,- REDUCED $10O000a m

Report of Commiseionef of Internal
Revenue Yerkos* Pe#iewed.
Wahii'ngton. Nov. 27.-John W.
Yn--.. + th4e commisslotnr f internal
ruvv-nu,, in the report Or the. flrcal
.:: !"fd Juine 3*'. 1902. saa>s that
:. nr .nal rLven'ue taxes have b.-n
:'a. i .i,,,',0 .U,0e by the pr;-e l ,,
I:.- .,r :'-**,:.u. tariff. lIe ,ttimtl.t

.;.- ':.- ayr'it hcal ye-alr will
' 'fro I t. '' .r'" r' .

UL;... ; a t of March 2., 01.
*a. .-; r-;,t'rt. provision wad lnd**
i r: '.r ; ;y::.nt of a draww'at k or r'
... -rt.::a;: and unbrnoken fac-
1;' < .. t "o.:r.r and mawi-
.4 g1 a:,... sn f a.lr.vl < gars
L- 1. ,t :> .ad n:a"*' "ret'r or ,*-aie-P' >3
lu; ,I l,'V .' n w!,.L -t rI: at? should
:- -* nt 'th. '!1 :T.: -.' a. -'.*(.^ -n t'bce
^ :. a' 'v;.: ;r -.. -. s had b-fa
t.t- -t r flt \ y
Ssi < ri e < lY t J .y 1. 1'.W'1
I a.: 4 ..; iL .:n" s have
be-:'.. ,.i ,n r-'. ,a.-. si $:1 1- ., 11
eT .4 r,,;,ort .sr-' :r ;a u. r -v;'i- aL-nts s*t.: l arn
:'-, 1.'I'. 04 I .H :e0 stlA-L avin! arre -
I ',; ;. "., fWr' vlo:J.t1 s of the. .-
LI:'- :,.-'s I1'ulr'.r.,z that time one
a.ar.c-r ".-,as ktlltd In a raid. and two
w,"- v.u'amied. On hbuanir'd azid sti-
t, n ,::ti:!; ri.-sg tre r,port, d fir
:":" ,.rir: the yv r 'e;.117 ls!-
Ionrs : ,ptrts W-,r, r i -'.*,d for tla-
um-. "'- total valu.- of the property
inao. bein,- $15 S14.

ADMISSION REFUSED HIM.

Angelo Gallini. an Italian. Not Allowed
to Land in Cuba.
N,' Y,; k. Nov "27.- f4frrIP.ng
th,- :. i;m ir iain aw whil'h are
-n, .. on those of this country. Ml
C' ian thor.!eis hav., re-us*-d to ad-
::::r \-.eLo (Galin. aan Italian. who
ourr-n-*dl from this ty to Havana.
wh-,-',. hn,'. se~tclred a tixwition as
huad j'" In a promilnent hotel
The- ,- ie him on the g unrl that
his a'. .- won>!: b, aI violation o
the -(i .: ,:,;rtra. t la:ior law. and -
*or;!r: ;. hme waa se.nt baelk on thi
sqairn toampr whi'h had just arrived
her.
In::: .rra.t!'n offl-!a!s at tlis port
.',- tanatned Gal!!ni on th ",:T h,. has only ta'.eon out the fir-
-. ..-s for naturlizatoa., and ft Is
n.-;1d,'. that ho may bho added to the
ai"r of hlirmin shu'tth!*,wke noyw rlinq
fr, .. ',ri n'."s bwt-.vW-en her" and Hi-
v,;.::a ,' . z.Wr to iothler Cuba or the t'nltf
Stat, s.

HITCH OCCURS IN PLANS.

Coal Barons Refuse to Treat Indirect.
ly With Miners.
No-w York. Nov. 27-A serious
h+c(h 'xcurroe! today In the plans
for a -,,tthl ment of the coal contrn,
v.'-Sv ,by the confference betwo.-n :h,*
.)aIl ,poratoro anld tie miners' union.
and it i, now a ai,, st certain that the
fir.al a;ijuistn.ent of th polats at It.
sioe wil .bh refe-rred amAn to the oal
At a', -,commisl on.
.\A a mn.'Itng ?N'tween tlhe pr4detnts
of th, coral roads and a largA numte-t
of i;:, pndenlt operators a stron<
p-ot,.5, was enteOri'! by the latter
are :n-.t tr-atlng :neire ,TrTie-. An Invitalon to met Mr.
l- t'h-'P: at Scranton on Priday was
,:,. !no,-d peremptorily, and it was
am', 'er nnanimom'sly that In the udkt.
n'c,:*t of the operators It was htet to
mn or: wvitl the hc.arin. before the


Largest Power House In World.
N'"av Y,-Ok. Nov. 27 --- 'in''lngs ari
henUg taktn in thn I. ilinters Pvint sec-
tion of .ona Isiard for what is ,*x.
p. .-te,. tfh b' the !ar.st ce trica1
pa.'.. "ts- :n the" world The bull 1-
!n- is to be a re't,.l hy the PenTayl.
van a rllalroa.i oe,;.painy. and it Is r<
po 'r.-- to be rho int.nrlon to de'olnp


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W CVT-I4TS USES Age ABUSES. man should accept unless it be forced
,,- upon him as an inexorable necese.siy
Atiout the same time the editor of or as the alternative of dishonor.
th Impiwr was inditing his "lay ser- Every law of phil -lphy, every teaeh-
mno" ser tat Sunday's (kO-la Daily log of religion and every impulse of
Daemmr mT "'The Ises and Abuwse of s elf-resiwet should spur men to the


Maeay." Hou. John Temple Graves,
etaw of the AUlata Daily News, well
kbnw to all Floridiam, was inditing
a armain on identically the iame

To shw how great minds, and
mindS that are not great, sometimes
do, and at their times do not run in
the samU channel we reprint Mr.
<*vea' article in full.
It isto prmoUced "a literary gem,"
ad will he found well worthy of

"Tbe earned pate ducks to the
gniden fsol" amid William Shakee-
pme. and on with epigrammatic
turw paid tribute to the power of

Whasever tbe pat may have recor-
d4M, monry todistinctly the arbiter
and miusnert of thw age in which we
llv Tle poirle of al! royaltle tN.ow.
O tMe iY-Usef rrt of Mammon, ao6)
the mmasse of merit. as of grace,
sams* erywhbru to be the measure
of t** pive
TWe t wo Mmertnfce that men will
*,4t larie fo Money. They will fac*t
tlehting cantion. cltg their lungs with
Ut da4tu and duet of mines, work it,
as ,.'. midt and fatal photphomou-.
Mbo tlitto uti| .z-,der. rik nialar,'l
ptio.-i asti .,-.n*mtiat trimne that perils
e**.S'l paw iIn this world and
the nesI
Pi4,i, I u itl1ly tiand unwisely,
amer to.*.*,,.. tite- "thattage of vir-
twve." n II hi. to it .,siletimes locks its
.'o-ari'Nr a..; it- le-an apparel and
i.. w m-e **i.. iit it tudt a Ihandicap
to L .oe t ",o *.tl I, '* i .
**Tlhe iort ,' i..-' ia- the root of all
evil." i. a *lr.rve-l.' ot 11: 1 sud d solemnn
s**rla T1. *ti, t rY...tt-,- *a' t, w con-
*lusaiti of all i up r l d i.idl.
W hs whalever fnly tw a6id 4of tlhe
danagers of n erty are veari greater. The Ip-or neatl
Is heMrli l wI I-t y the h*t.s of temlpta-
tWooe which the rich man never
a.esiw. We do not forget that the
hbigtet virtues asnuetitmes flourish inl
tM sterile sol| of poverty. Industry,
boaty, frugality, pIereverauve,
meekems, emntentmetnt, selfsertriflce,
tsder aftfelonth and an unwavering
tuut iu tiod are *o frequently found
tlole tmtna like flowers in the heart of
the gI-wnret pw4rW. But it is silly cant
to bold thb e qualities as indigenous
t thbeotl ef poverty. They grow iun
spite of it, aud inspite of the thougiatid
itemptatsions which aail the poor.
If nches make men proud and


acquirement of that income or prop-
erty which promotes independence,
removes temptation and furnishes the
opportunity for usefulness and charity
To be diligent is one of the injunctions
which the Scriptures couple with a
fervent spirit and the service of the
Lord.
Every man who wishes to get on in
the world should properly estimate
the value of Money. It is not to be
worshipped. It is to be u ed. IL i-
not to be the master, but the slave of
man. It is not to be hoarded, but to
be wisely set loose uponr the current of
life and obligation. It is not for sav-
ing, but for service in the world.
lUed ftr itself alone, it would have
given Gtorge Peabody nothing but his
foxid and clothes and bed. Used by a
philanthropist, it qui'kenied the edu-
eatioual spirit of the axe and wasan
uplift to the better purposes of the
world. I'sed vilely, it would have
given Andrew Carnegie simply the
power to work men in a eeasel, As
grind and fill his pockets with the
profits of their toil. 'ewd with wi-e
bet-neleence, it hai ilaiit-d hii- name
ainlt ii ntary in :i huudred noble and
stately libraries for betterment of
man.
Thereare few men living who can
tie as rich as Carnegie, or Rockefeller,
or the Rothschilds. But any man
can be independent who will be dili-
rent and saving, who will keep out of
debt, who will spend less than he
makes and make as much as his in-
dustry and honor can secure. No
man is rich whose exptinditures ex-
eeld his means. And ho man Is poor
whose incoming exceed his outgoing
by a bare sixpence. Economy is of
itself a great revenue. Any laborer
who will save $5i0 a year from his
earnings, can by prudence and invest-
tiieut, spend his old age in compara-
tive comfort anid leave a remembrance
to those who follow him.


EDITORS FOR OFFICERS.

William R. Heart,t editor of the
New York Journal. was rect-ntly elec-
ted to congr,-so from New York eity.
Editor C'arnia.k i- a united States
senator from Tenlue,.ee and has al-
ready won his tpurs in that august
bodiy.
Mr. Watterson, of the Louisville
Courier .Joiur l. tht greatest living
editor in th l'United States. was asked
to conseut to beconte a candidate for
governor of Kentucky but could not,
te persuaded to iuive up his -eat on
his chosen tripod to tie governor even
of the state orf Pl'renitie, lrckent ilg,
and I 'lay.
In Florid t some vry tiaLteritn arid
enticiut pol;:(ical b. 'uqutets art I ei g
tAoled at sonme of her editors.
And this itlnindis u-, that away
bai'k itn l thi. pap r neal,- tip the.
followilil "slate" and :lluihheId u I
forth for thihe con.-idera'ion ,of th.-
voters of the -tate at that !imr-, viz:
For governtior-t'his. E. llyke, Talla
hlasse Florid tin.
For lieuten'int t:overn,,r--John I'
WVall, Taumpa 'l'rilhue.
For member conigre.-s l-t ,dis!rit-
SF. R. Fild ,., ,n'mi-.ello ('on titutiot..
For ruemniter *>f roni-ress d ditisitrict
-Albert J. RuHssll, .J:ck-sonville


For evwrtary of state-Dr. W. H.
Babcock. Jack,onville Demouvrat.
For coinptroller-H. B. MeCallum,
Jackmonville Union.
For attorney general-S. R. Mallory,
Pensaeola Advance.
For adjutant general-A. B. Camp-
bell. F itiindinia Mirror.
For eorninis-,iouer immigration--,
N. K. Sawyer. Jaekiouville Sun and
Pres.
For state treasurer-A. 0. Myers.
G(ainesville Sun.
For superintendent public instrue-
tion-(ieorge W. Pratt, Palatka Her-

For presidential .el,';or,4-J. W.
Dow, Pen-aeola gazettee; J. Ira (ore,
Cedar Key Journal; H A. Crane Key
West Gulf; M. R. Cooper, St. Augus-
tinue Weekly.
The politics of the state were not
then all oue way as now. The parties
were very evenly divided, and here is
the Orala Banner's comment on its
ticket:
"These eentlemen have done very
signal service iu many a hotly con-
tested campaign in this state and If
nominated in l.8o for the offices nam-
ed we believe will obtain a victory as
triumphant and glorious as Scott's
campaign in Mexico."


To the Ladies:


We' !c~irs!to annoaun,.p
tot he :atficsA ( Ic~a eell
rieghtturing towas that
ouir MIILUMPJRY has ar-
riveil anid we w1:1 Vie
PIl2c4a! 'to have thcem
call andtilexmiensome
We have &2 ig epent hat
tr,,mmer and &,.bo an up-
to -!ate trenamakf-r whoY
Arf, at i-our lacrvir'.. and
we gliaranice tate'ati.4,.
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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 28, 1902


The Woaomills"us Ptar. foiling into
lo. w fraailiw.e halpit *.f the bewos.-
lWTO W)p~mpt 4E"bolmolE~i5, IoIis II
101011041 of &Smismtflatt OWthe (urier.
JooemerehsIte. foist VAT tdwman forward
"a IWOa gr.4.e-i tuld reein .Rat no
%imtmev tofrthtos. it boorn amed the
11 Isn11. sitmestota'f a. ttwmw edemo-
C11111ati "41r 'of f 11ivt ol al ntitude left
Ovalos s amth ~. fort tiatlosinal&ft
166" lbeauim W40160. it is ittip-miant
tbutthvwe, rsms-W'ap wtihare mW-
ftmv* ovelt to$ tw PiWAugo iscout him,
o ti) -IFto1w Vr"N"1016"miai.who hate
jm Ovr tb ms. Wetunld topleasrod away.
If the ft.r o o rimewtoo Ithefresairn

0%4oI.ld lema, Tow truths, ti'ot inmmrISy f~w
fruit a kv..foulot u ovd*.r that its tu.
term leattlie. thtw% may take- Inatrue-
1646e~tvv'wu g104ea uwir nw'..
TIs. liks ways. &god saystrilly that
1011 4*nean'Bmogw114"ared at tile St.
e lae O. ',% as ht PU or 1600%l With a tariff

"b. .ace, fot tho. your etwofre."
lo wfasmp I24T e4,10Ogaid IhosmousItwho
m-t fMr #wamam. Mr.4*urtuuaftined
so M? tuveiimlg' spk num. He
We.m'"oDs'1by the loe r.Waininan
1. 04%ott..of Nwmssgrvaiiia, and it cant
low Wee frwm..d. sof rteWeaut eorue a
hbe". kusag str~e m i. defeat this re-
t rwmosme e.6.dWWI to theP1604 orns 6 n -
a~lly &,dd. to vim*. Ur. (levels"d
aa kip ,wunw mg. -it waso Mr.
t *weoina. I*matimem Cthe Star, 'who,
antwa. mo4iv'Mitvt *' leder ini he wsente
is Ow apneg f lC am&@ sangm e t
t~w "itt solaftbar the platfilrm upoI
"h", tow 4deueqwi'cy b&4 returu*d
%*,* I0wv4 Thom to nost strictlyIrup.
I ibm 0%,iswovua itlI. wit W origitially
tftsm.4 mad. oreaffF ofatthat tariff
*oomba 11Mo4gthe b.4ssis the oWilisson
*...ai@pot I. ,.top*spoote -sa~m Imwi-re
Meade Olt it ist, 00booomue.
kut 1"Ov tariff pioaukof 14-0 itsl
beA ots ha~sigolt.'uavr Mr. ('lrve-land'rn
ha&d sedthoeowpommeof loom friendsa.
Mq 4i 'bev.4auil seat baym4, Whitne-y
W" % Ijaw S t %*eesis 1W." OP he
WW wet io ..wiinmiii sw umtoSot.
R~paes .loomI. w"&a -ans gd do"n'
ph.9.uin gnIft" hb --m trade 1m1111-
.-f Iwo. and. #A Owvery fI-ant.
,wpmlsfg tows,. mui we bad tormton
mwowul%.. ".am sheAthe Negtimsal I(',n-
Wtoue.a.4 l11111&Thbe rusmvests it-
44mmm f mmal1-F ya tWO-thI& sVote
..aeoone ao bmbaft. After the
ewu.~ a" aq um d kIt Invi-
.d e lit. '14pommid woonldre-
tsoio. am mh kmknbehis better
soawu~evge'. &H msswa d wy dev-
msMMd fsmta lb jut v- Mback
ftepne win"we 00 u-amon "e-e

"M@ up6 g v*" ewasompann.-
%r tehow aftbomba"Iy trut
saw tn o the drnmemetrsr, he
'"A it WAftthe owtihm RaiPll.


The walking sick, what
a ciowd of them there are:
Pertvn who arc thin and
eWtak but not sick enough
to go tto bed.
**( hnim c caset'" that's
phat the doctors call them.
hhit h in common English
n(ft Als l 1 stop the c(otinued
I%% 4 of flesh they need
S u'tt' imulsion. ('rM the
et iling 4 cakness they
nt-,d So' tt s lmullion.
SIt m.atks new flesh and
I vt 1- n'w life to the weak
yvstrcm.
S'rtt Fmul-ion gets
uan and wtak w-r.as out
f th. rut It Il.tk, i"c new.
', h i' ,w st. strrnLgthen-s the
V .v A .t41 gtive% .app.tite


ltt%'s I imulilon u.in e
:.kt n as long .ts sitkness
.4-st antnl 1. goKk all the


WileM bill In Ite own swmi-protee-
timist likeneW, wanted the misad- f
ventures whieh attended it, havingaeo
weakened the party diselpline by the
delay In b loglau It forward as to
make any other result from Its very
ineepti m atmoldtely impoeslbi.
All that Hill and Gorman did after
fleveland had made the shipwreck
was to save some of their own bag-
gage. They doubtless reasoned that
whilst everybody was taking advan-
tags of the prevailing demoralization
to grt his hook into the tariff they
might as well get their In. It was
not very heroic, but it was politics.
These are the simple feats of the
cas. Mr. Cleveland, with character-
istir Inoonsideration, had worked
himself up to his free trade memasge
cof lks7. He had no real knowledge of
the ground he was breaking. As soon
as the -art h began to tremble he began
to quake. Thenceforward his one
aim seemed to be to take it all back,
and to lout himself in line with the
quasii-protectiounits whom Mr. Ran-
dtall had led to defeat. If Mr. Gor-
mea and Mr. Orlisl e uld be placed
upon the stand and be forced to speak,
it could be substatimted that before
the ink was dry on the free trade
menage of 1187, the president sought
to quality It. But their testimony is
not needed to vindicate the truth of
history. He did send (Grman and
Scott to St. IAuto In 18M8, with a cut
and dried platform, ignoring that
meeiage, Ignoring the Mills bill then
before cogres., and, with many
seml-protectionist lunueadoes, re-
peating the straddle, which, with
htm ,Randall on our Sank, and old
lieu Butler astride our back, we had
been forced to make at Chicago In
It1St. He did send Bayard, Whitney
and Vilas, and other members of his
first cabinet, to Chicago in 189"2, with
another cut and drhld protectionist
platform, which the convention threw
out.


Mr. Uorman was, during the form-
er contest, at least au honest and a
candid man. He did not lie to U.
We knew where to find him. Doubt-
less, he, too, has been impressed by
the changes which come to every
man through time and the exper-
ience time brings with it. In 1846
Mr. Dallas, a quasi-Pennsylvania
protectionist, gave the casting vote in
favor of the Walker tariff, a quasi-
free trade measure, upon the ground
that, being elected vice president, as a
democrat, his first allegiance was, not
to Pennsylvania, but to the party at
large. Mr. Gorman might emulate
this example. In any event, Mr.
4 dorman can be relied on not to betray
us, and, In case we follow his lead,
we shall know before hand where we
are likely to land.
e are not considering r. Georman
as a presidential quantity. We are
considering him as our leader In con-
gres. In this character he iso already
drawing the fire of the republicans.
Their anuse of Gorman reminds one
of thelr abue of Tilden. It is fervent
and sincere. It means fear, it means
hatred and It means business. There
is not one gleam of humor or con-
tempt toIn t. It warms the cockles of
the democratic heat and makes a
democrat feel that at last he has a
ader, who will not use bows and
arrew agatlst Kraw-Jorgenmsen rifles,
but will meet the enemy, and all
along the line, with Improved artil-
lery, full caissons and unerring marks-
anSabhip.
eat Uossmet e Cartb.
M. M. Hany, (reenville, Tex.,
Nov ind 19101: "I had rheumatism
laest winter, was down In bed six
weeks; tried everything, but got no
Wlihef, till a friend gave me a part of a
bottlee of Ballard's Snow Liniment.
I ued it. and got two more bottles.
It cured me and I haven't felt any
rbeumatiin since. I can recommend
now Liniment to be the best lini-
ment on earth for rheumatism."
For rhuematUe, sciatic or neuralgic
pains, rub in Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment, you will not suffer long, but
will et gratified with a speedy and
effective cure. 2Se, 50e, and $1.00 at
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
pes t Will ben a Su***seess.
The Tritune hopes that Editor Geo.
W Wilonm. the accomplished editor
of ttb Tiaes [nilon sad Citizen, will
achieve a great success nl the organls
mjolm of the Florida Historical Society
There le ample material to make such
a asOcatioMm of inestimable value
and we e 1no good reason why the
snctety should not prove both benefi-
cial and succee ful to all parties eon-
ea.ned .-Temps Triburte.

The little daughter of Mr. J. N
powel jumped on an nverted rake
made of t peony nails and thrust
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TILXD AND
WORN OUT.


Women Need
a constant supply of blood-making ma-
terial or their systems will break down.
The complicated female organism is
so delicately adjusted as to be easily
thrown out of balance. As a result,
health and strength are affected by
divers diseases. Motherhood, family,
society all levy such drains upon her
strength that lost women break under
the nervous tension. The demands
upon her nervous strength are much
greater than similar demands of the
opposite ex. Hence she must be sup-
plied in greater measure with the ele-
ment-iron-that gives strength. The
reason women feel tired and worn out
and suffer from headache, pains in the
back and limbs, etc., is because they
have used up their supply of iron.
Mentruation trouble s largely caused
by lack of iron.

Dr. Harter's

Iron Tonic
supplies this element It enriches the
blood and restores what strain has
used up.
Augusta, Ark., May 10, 1901.
**Afte having mold Dr. HarterB remedies
tor tbartye ars cheerfully reommend
them. I might add that I
3 b hold in special favor Dr. Har-
S ter's Iron Tonlc, and would
Snrecommend It an the very
i beet preparation of Iron I am o.
quabd with.To weak. worn-out
women. and them troubled with nerv-
osneses, poor digestion. and pale. thin
blood. I believe it to be a panaeoa.
"JB. WI WnLKr ow, Druggist."
ggme senm e ab e IassdmIs as emim)


From Sunday's Daily.

(f STRIKING AN- i


NOUNCEMENT.


East Coast Railway Re-

duces Passenger Rates.

A UNIFORM THEE CENT RITE.

The Opealag Wedge whblh May O*ve
Three Oeat Fare ea all Flerida
Reends--As *Aneeneemt That
Wmll Seuse reat Interesl .

The following telegram was received
in this office last night and is self ex-
planatory.
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 22, 1102.,
Special to the Ocala Banner.
The Florida East Coast railway in
line with its policy to continue the
development of the east coast has
decided to reduce the passenger rates
on its lines and branches to three
eents per mile, effective December
25. J. P. BEX'KWITH,
Ast. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Thto announcement will create
great Interest throughout the state
and it is not unreasonable to suppose
that the influence of this action will
be felt by other transportation com-
panIes in the state and that the day
is not far distant when the uniform
rate In Florida will be same as that of
this Important line.
The voluntary action of the East
Coast management is directly in line
with their policy of development.
It will be remembered that Mr.
Brumby, In his article on the East
CoAst, brought to light the fact never
exploited by the company "that
within the last few years, freight
rates had been voluntarily reduced by
this road three times, the total re-
duction approximating 40 per cent."
And yet this newspaper in this edi-
tion was sharply criticisedl for giving
Just need of praise to the great system
whichhas done and is doing so much
for the development of Florida.
8100 Miuwar 8i
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one areaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
to 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.


STATE PATROL.

Hon. R. B. Blackburn, a member
of the Georgia legislature, has intro-
duced a bill in that body looking to a
state patrol.
Speaking of this law the distin-
guished gentleman says:
The conditions in the south, with
which most people are familiar, make
the establishment of a rural police the
imperative duty of the hour. To leave
the women and children in our farm
districts at the mercy of the lawless is
a wrong that none can endorse.
The proposed measure vests the ap-
pointing power in the grand juries of
the several counties, anut provides
that seven citizens shall be named
from each militia district as patrol.
men.
These patrolmen are to serve for
twelve months, and are to be exempt
from road duty during their respec-
tive terms, and are to be compensated
from the ilisolvent cost fund of the


state in limantir and form as is now
provided for the pay of deputy sheriffs
for the performance of similar duties.
They will b.t subject to the call of a
captain eel.,-' d from their own num-
ber, and shall be clothed with police
powers, it being prescribed that they
shall patrol their respective districts
and arrest all profligate, idle and sus-
picious persons, and see that all such
persons as may be classed as vagrants
shall be dealt with as the law against
vagrancy provides.
In a word, the proposed measure de
elares war on that class of criminals
known as vagrants, and offTrs to him
who works the safe enjoymeut*of all
that he earns.
With this patrol system in opera-
tion many of the horrors incident to at
life iu the country will I.e dissipated ;
in fact nearly all crime starts in idle-
ness. L*t him who is without means
begin to idle, and it is but a short step
to the lane that leads to every known
vice and crime, and the system that
checks idleness saves the citizen from
this menace to his personal and prop-
erty rights, and this law, prop rly en-
forced, will eventually drive the vag-
rants from our stat..
The avenue of escape Is conducive
to crime. He who contemplates a
crime rarely ever puts the thought in-
to action unless his desire to do wrong
is accompanied with the companion
thought of being able to escape the
Punishment by the law. With this
patrol system in operation no crimi-
nal could possibly hope to traverse
more than one district or county line
before being overtaken by the con-
stant presence of this patrol, or some
part of it, upon the highways, and the
secrecy, yet certainty of its move-
ments, would, in my judgment, in
many instances deter crime.
White Man Turned Yellow.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he suffered
terribly. His malady was yellow
jaundice. He was treated by the best
doctors, but without benefit. Then he
was advised to try Electric Bitters, the
wonderful stomach and liver remedy,
and he writes: '"After taking two bot-
tles I was wholly cured A trial
proves its matchless merit for all stom-
ach, liver and kidney troubles. Only
25c. Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 6
A Big Newspaper "SIIppaace."
The Alany Argus needs an effloe cat.
A circular has been sent out explain-
ing that its recent editorial article
calling David B. Hill a Jonah and ad-
vising the democratic party to throw
him overboard, was inserted in the
Argus "late at night, without the
knowledge or approval of its responsi-
ble editors, but at the instigation of
one without authority." How any
such thing could occur will be apt to
puzzle those who are familiar with the
system of a well organized daily news-
paper office. Still, it did occur, and
unless the Argus speedily provides it-
self with an intelligent cat that will
devour all of the copy that ought not
to get into the paper, something of
the kind might occur again.-Savan-
nah News.
A Dangerous seath.
This is the month of coughs, colds
and acute catarrh. Do you catch cold
easily? Find yourself hearse, with a
tickling in your throat and an annoy-
ing cough at night? Then, yon
should always have handy, a bottle
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. J.A.
Anderson, 354 West 5th St. Salt Lake


City, writes: "We use Ballard's
Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds
It gives immediate relief. We know
It's the best remedy for these troubles.


POST OFFICE DRUG TORE. 04ALt. FLl.


J. F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,

Gainesville rnd Ocala. Fla.


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JILJg WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDISB.
My Soo Rye or Bourbon at..... ............... $1,75 My$4 oo Gin at .. ............... ............... .. 5
My s.5o .. ....................... a'oo My 2.oo00 North Caroina Corn at ..
My 3,oo ................. 2.56 My 2.so .. M tn nie (ornat 2.L
M y 4.00o .. ......................... .co M y 3.00
My .oo Gin at ...................... ............ 1.75 M y 4.00 ..
My 2.50 ............................................ 2.0ou My .0 o New england Rum at ... .
The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jug%. Halft-Ialloni Jul. I
-gallon jug. lsc;2-gallon jug. 25c; 3-gallon jug. 35c: kegs. 1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I itie good.,be
est goods and full measure.
& trialorder wilt convince you that "we are the people." Terms cash with the order.
Yours.anxiou tovlese. J. F. EDW ARDS.


JA.M.GRAHAM, Pre.ident.


The


First National Bank


OF GAINESVILLE.
The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
Capital..................... ....... ........... .... -." *"*
Surplus and Undivided Profits ................. ... .. **,, ,'
Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities e|ual to, airy t Itk in the
state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchatnts, 4'er.rp-ratinms..
Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All buw-i nt-A
transacted promptly.


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T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SEED COMPANY,

Gainesville, Florida.

Famous T. F. T. [Tried-Found-True] Brand ofSed.4

Guaranteed True to Name and to Germinate.


Big Boston Lettuee.
We are pushing this Standard va-
riety as in former years, for it is the
Best Lettuce for market gardening.
Long Island Grown Cahlplage
Seed.
We have all varieties. Thii hlas al-
ways given results highly satisfactory
to the grower and consumer.
Bermuda Onlion NSel.
We have seed this season of our own
importation, and customers can feel
assured there is none better.
Rocky Ford Cantaloupe.
Our seed is grown f.r us specially at
Rocky Ford, Colorado. The fruit has
the most delicate flavor of any canta-
loupe, and always brings the highest
market price.
UInqurpaseed Cucumber.
This is a most excellent variety.
Mature earlier than any other aund
has given perfect satisfaction as a
shipper for the past five years.


1145I3es.
For ,prinm pla tnti nu.. rTh-,,l otail-
ard.a: Warwell Wax lt-,.V, Valentne
, eanf, anti lxtra I'.rly it fut,-e H*an

Triunmph,l Maiut ., amd all otherr
Iadiiner varitie..
E;gg planet
(;enilin' Highi Bl-l, t11' 1i1ly .-a-
ri.,ty that stand-l t-he el I ,it a ill
bear shippit. ini.ilo-r alit.i' all s-ir-
I 1111` l etan.*-,. I iit. large. ie,-;lr inl N. w
York write-: "I (aimi -t mr- '!.r
t!is variety after the\ have Ibe-n
knocked around tIle- -t<,re a we'. k
than for any other Ion arrival."

Thomlias' t-in. Iternarkmtlle fr itf
rapid growth : e*rfec-titoii f frm, .
htright, glo-y re- licki oum- lvor.
RHe.nmes h r.
We ke|pevery kit lorf-w t ala|,telI
to Floridat.
tOtr Prile<*
Are alw.ay, the l.,ow-t, atmi will ihe
furni-h.eI promptly i|-omim application


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TIte show this ieamon is said to our
Igel all w.revious ones, not only in tile
re splelndant twauty of the women,
.lt-kant ligos tine horse and equip-
mae". -ut as a anmonuleental sucit-.
fro,, a tmiati-ial stanidpolnt. Thie sale
of ttier tsmles. ahilih averaged front
tl5i* tI -5. amounted tio over .4u,aiNu.
A.> orldi iaryv weat vity it elmilthuiastic. Favorite color*
are w1orfi and are g ndalnt from win-l
det'os, and areihways, while "loresey
j-we-lr)" IN ween everywhere. The
a II.ieOt of thie leading trade palaees
are ve-ritail"e liviltg picturet- of the
l', s r mwtlo it lth I le real and auto
iatll< are usedt. (Otie window is par-
ti. ularly fa.'-inatiisg. In the ('enter
stat .t- a beautiful blonde woman
elegaitl ly g.wstied in white, with a
white fur *oat anil hat to match,
car-tuSl a realsi white hiorts gaily
... I,-.1 with a :,ledlle of American
H-leru. -s* ai ,lit 1` 111.- slad little grooe tl im
etim-numi are n i. .'t nu.e. On either
*ed- of whe window me .'- aistic stables


Character in the Gait

Yes. Phillips Brooks said
he could tell an insured man
by his step, and when a man is
insured amply in The Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New
York, he says by his bearing:
"I am insured in the strongest
company, and I do not worry
about the future of my family
or my business if I should die."
Tow Am etof The Mutual Life lnturance Compani
of %, Vk car ed the ,t any other life iuburjlice
mmPv*s *a w They am over

$352,000,000
It has paid Policy-holdem over

$569,000,000
w c *m .,rr tha anyv other life inurasce company
1,1 the world kai dsbursne
Write -day for *"*Whb Shall I Imsum?"
THE MiTI'AL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY of NEW YORK
tw.aAae A. MciO viiT,. Presdent.
I H I.I.%(\<..i5 J< Agent. ok-ala. Fla.
C('FCI. A II I>\ Agent toT the state of Florida.
.Inckt'k '\ .l Fla

TKI NORSE SHOW.

S Vierk's ifg Atractiems From an
*-tes Lady's Pieat of View.
1 th. '.itj.t of the kcala Ranner.
With their Banner, Star and several
otlio.r Florida newspitwerz, alid lnII
ave-rage of a half dozen letters a day
agazine galore, which are sent me
kby tl ugihtful friends, I keep l slited
close touch with the doings of my
Native stale.
The agouy of the election is over
ad there at many long face& who
are ItiLkaing every where for a -calo|
gust, while others take the defeat of
te ae-*,-T-ratit party very philomophi-
cally.
t -e of the leading democratic
aewoas4wers ia very hard on pt Hill md dubta hia the "Jonah" and
"Mad Mullah." Thus Coo, Bryan and
S'leveland tome in for a large share of
IutlA4 e ntlsure. We might btyle this
trts tile "T'Uhre (race"--4race, Dis-
gru aid Moap Grteae.
Tler truth of ttie whole natter is,
there as a division in the democratic
Impum-hbild, and you kuow, the tlite
sld &a4*oria4U, "*a &houw d i v ided again nst
aitAf will fall."
If tls dea'nwrats ant to win the
|Irpmderntial ele.ion in 1904. they
muwt settlU all their little family dis-
puts*s aUd select a man capable and
popular essough to lead the party to
vwtory. But dear me, all such trivial
q4estioui as thewe IMle into insiguiti-
raoce Dow that the great national
hornp show ih in full blast.
Tier GamUihg display of jewels and
t elegant g wnb, which cost from
tl41.400 tA9 4i1t,U* each, of the Ne"W
Yrk anciety leaders, are simply be-
wilderiag. It looks like a reckless
extravagance of money in this demo-
.rai ,et (lmia.
White gowns trimmed in fur and
whilt fur wra|M and hats to match,
*U-t. o to ie the msit popular coldor.
hItr- '-sit tih re scattered around iln
glie d of r<., soMnitire materials.
Tie hoprfw Ithi'ti may be eenl any
day during tihe fashionable driving
hours *>i tie Speedway anid in (Central
I'ark. form a very small components
part ofthi* tig show. Women, gowns
miid J)i*C l Iar the attractions. I'ltra-
..-ll'ionin in all its transcendent glor.
Is. Iersellt.


manufactured products than the users
or consumers in any other land.
Hot.. James E. Brooine, ex-senator
from Gadslen county and a promi-
nient candidate for secretary of state
twfore thle next primary is a visitor to
Oc'al and a ,auest of the Montezumga.
M!r. Broome is looking the picture of
health. He is making friends where-
ever be goes. An ex-citiztii of this
county lie has many friends here and
will get almost a solid vote in Marion.
Mr. Fred S. (Gore, a former (Oala
boy, is now a prosperous merchant at
Areadia, aud has recently become a
part owner in a large orange grove.
He ista brother to the late J. Ira
Gore of newspltper fame.
Will Sell F. 0. a.
One hundred turkeys, one thousand
,ottlles of syrup, two hundred bushelt
of peanuts and one hundreds bushels
of corn. C(orrespmndence solicited.
A-ldr -ss, .I. L. PAYN., Fairfield, Fia.:
Eslitor Frantk Harris is ieing ridi-
euled iby a few members of the pr, s.
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A Golden Rule
of Agriculture:
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of


Potash
In the fertilizer spells quality ,1.
and quantity in the har-*
vest. Write us and t
we will send you,
free, by next mail,
our money winning
books
OERMAN KAUI WOU
f-Vuk. WA


talent; the ferry boats and Hudson
river boats carry orchestras; the
chiming hells of the many churches
with choirs of a hundred voices ac-
companied by the swelling notes of
the largest piped organs in America,
lifts up one's soul and mind to a better
interpretation of the music of the
slpheres and what the music of the
"New Jeruselam" will be.
Let us get the heart strings properly
attuned, then we will be able to
happily and buoyantly take up the
duties of each day, anti go alonK
through life with a song upon our
lips.
MAMIE HOWSE-STOVALL.
Alien Rodgers' Good Work.
Work on the hard road is progress-
ing nicely, and before long the public
road leading west front thecourt house
will be completed for a considerable
distance. Allen Rodgers, who has
supervision of the work, certainly
understands his business, and is
building a road that will last a life
time. We hope some arrangements
can be made to extend the road to
Crystal River, Hernando or some
other point in the county. The coun-
ty ( onivicts can l e worked to a good
advantage at thi- work, and they
oul-ht to be kept at it until hard roi.ts
are built in every district in the u.souni-
ty.-Citrus 4 county I "ronwl e.
Thae Seed Store.
Located at 1i4 E.st Hay street, itn
Jacksonville, is the large se, store of
J. ,I C(ameron.i wlo-e n an is a very
familiar one to the fatimners awl truck
growers of Florida. It w..s in Iss, that
Mr. Cameron bought the oldest es-
tatbli-hed seed house in Florida andl
since that day he has constantly
added to his business. The new -tore
was moveit into last mon)lthi an tilhe
liew stock is a very complete one.
His advertisement appears in another
column.
Tom Paine on Tariffs.
As an orthodox religionist Ton,
Paine was considerably off color, tItu
as a patriot and a friend to thlie cause
of the colonists lie took his place i.c-
side Washington, Jtllfrs4on and Pat-
rick Henry.
The eloquent, concise and impas-
sioned pamphlets that were is-uedd
from the press by his |pen in ll tios
piping times did much l t revive the
spirits of the drooping contiuentals.
Paine stood with Jefferson in the
impositions of a tariftl
If levied at all he Wt' nted thelm
place- oni "uxuti. s ptnrchinea-ad i.y tli-,
rich," and then oiniy for tlhe l,,irle<-, s,
ol revenue and n,t for ihe purl..wes?
of lprtlection.
'T'he foilowint. are extr.its from
| Paine's wri ings:
"Co''mmerve ne-eds ti', better pro'e'-
1il1 than ltle recijsro,'l interest.
which every nation feels iln tuicp.,rt-
Ing it: it exists by a Ii tli('ce of ad-
vantages to all."
"In all mnay pulie'ations, whir.e Ilh.
matter would adlmit, I himve- llen aI|
advo' t'c for (.nlllierFe, I'ecause. I :~vm
a friend to its eflects. It is a pacitli,
system operating to, unite mn:nmkinlt
by rendertunim ntioras a- well as i:ndii
viduals useful to each otiher.''
"Trade flourishes best when it is
free, and it is weak policy to attempt
to fetter it."
Paine, like Jefterson, would be op-
(>ieed to a duty which would prevent
us from impoirting cattle, coal or lum-
ber from Canada or a I, ighboring re-
putlie.
He would no doubt find a great deal
to say about the injustice of a tariff
that makes the American consumer
and user pay more for Almeric'an


To Ownersof Hardwoods

White Oak (st) (nd Hickory


J. A. PITTMAN,


ROLLS FROM Only the best
OLR OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
ieal in itself and almost as nutritious
as meat.
Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
satisfactorily filled by

BENUS' BAKERY
Than by any ttl;eT I li i nsv i.


NOT IN ANYTRUST
Many newspapers hanve lately given currency
P reports by irresponsible parties to theleffect
that
rHE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
had entered a trust or cornhination; we wish
t assure the pullie that there is nose truth in
aueh reports. We have been manufacturing
ewing ins y, and haive nstablisheda reputation for our-
ives ami our minadiin-ta that is te nvy of all
others. O ur Newi Homen miachine has
ever been rivaled as a family machine.-It
tands at the liead of all High Grade sewing
machines, and stands on itsoewn merits.
t he "New ome" in the onl really
NIGH GRADE Sewing Machine
9 on the market.
It is not necessary for us to enter into a trust
o save our credit or pay any debts as we have
ito debts to pay. We have never entered into
Competition with manufacturers of low grade
heap machines that are made to sell regard-
mss of any intrinsic merits. Do not be de-
eived, when you want a sewing machine don't
end your mnoiney away from home; call on a
I New Home Dealer, he can nell you a
tter machine for less than you can purchase
laewhere. If there Is no dealer near you,
rrite direct to us.
HE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
ORANGE, MASS.
ew York, Chicago, Ill., St. Louis, Mo., Atlan.
ta, Gia., Dallas, Tex., San Francisco, Cal.
___ THE

M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
.... COMPANY ..

F. D. POOSER, Agent,
OCALA. FLORIDA.


Will Jacobs, charged with the com-
mission of a heinous crime at Martel
about ten days ago, was yesterday
bound ove- lby Judge Robert Bullock
to await thile action of the grand jury.
lie was r-nianded to jail without b:*il.
Mr. It. I. Bullock appeared for th
state, wlile Jacoims was representedi
hy Mes-rs. Allred &I Davis.
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
duciies elltcts like those of arsenic, lut
)r. King's New Life Pills expel the
imi-onis from clogged bowels, gently,
easily but surely, curing constipation,
bilioustgess, sick headache, fevers, all
liver, kidney and bowel troubles
Only 2;c at Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. i n
The minagelment of the Lyceum
aU-ociation has decided to offer season
tickets to the remaining tive attrac-
tions of the present course for (3.
Tht.e tiekeis may be secured at the
Psitolltice Drug Store or from the
manager, Prof. It. W. Vanlitrunt, at
any time. Definite dates for the nex'
attractions cannot litnw ie given, hiu;
there will be none before the earl.\
part in January.
Hon. Johnu ;. Reardon ii in favor o:
devoting a portion of the Indian war
claims fund to inlmigratiin purposets.
and therein the Ocala entlemali i-
eminently co-rect.-Lake ('ity Index.


Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
S -~ disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
-' or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
"l' (- ^ that it is not uncommon
//!i for a child to be born
0 afflicted w:ih weak kid-
nevs. If the child urin-
2 ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
r-aches an age when it should be able to
control the passage. it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step slbuld be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect ot
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty- t
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free. also pamphlet tell- dnmB o f snmaeR.
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmet
& Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. be sure 9ad
mention this paper.


MANUFACTURERS OF
Dierf NSmi*h, Blinds Monlding
and Building Material.
WViniidowl a Fancy Glass
A Specialty.
Purchase our make, which we
Guarantee Superior to any
Sold South. and Thereby
Save Money.
Office and Warerooms. King, Opposite Cannon
.s treet


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Planter Rye, full quarts,
per bottle........ .......$1.50
Fern Hill Rye. full quarts.
per bottle....... ..... ... 1.50
Henderson, made spring '!5
full quarts ............... 1.50
Hunter Rye 5s.............l.I-50
Chesapeake Club.........1. 125
Pilgrimage ............... 1. *'5
Pullm an .................. 1.0o
Keystone Rye,"gal........ .$.00
Belle Isle.......... ...... 2 5 )
Phosphate Rye............ 3.50
Puritan Rye............... 4.00
Strauss' '-; Rye... ....... 5.5t
Turkey Mountain C'orn. gal 1.5
Murray Hill Corn.......... ".5
Old Harvest Corn......... 3.50
Old Harvest Corn. bottle... 1.00
Strauss' '7; Rye. full quarts
per bottle .............. .54'




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Before You

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WHISKIES
AT WHOLESALE PRICES


Geo. Mackay, Pres. David S. Woodrow. Gen. Mgr. C. S. Cullen. e an4d Trv**
THE CENTRAL 1.UMBER CO
(Successors to The Ocala Lumber Co ]
S Dealers in and asfaseterers of ---
Yellow Pine Lumber Rough and Dressed
Flooring, Ceiling, hiding, Iath, Rhingles, Turned alluster. Newels, 'ollmans,
Etc. Scroll Work and Mantles of every description. Sairs, C(hurh Melts,
Pulpits and Railings, school Desks and Heats combined, detars,
Beds, Tables and Kitchen Tablet. Cyprm Tanks, any*lmp.
Also agents for: Colt's Acetylene Gas Generatnrs for making thob eh C w
and best lights. Patton's Sunproof Painto, Brushes. El.. Pitlsbur1 4t
Glass Company. Estimates and Ieformaties Promptly Furesbhdl
THE CENTRAL LUMBER CO., P. 0. m II, N"MA, FLA


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As before stated, I have on hand a
carload of one and two-horse mowers,
rakes, sickle grinders and repair-
parts, and shall have in the next ten
days a car load of reapers, binders,
shredders and every part pertaining
to make harvesting a success.
Remember that the McCormick
binder is the only right hand machine
on the market, and should you buy
any other, you are sure to be disap-
pointed.
We defy and challenge the world to
meet us in the harvest field. There
is the place to show what your ma-
chines are. Call and see me and I
will give you points that will interest
you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will be put up and
tested before it is turned over to you.
F. D. POOSER, Agent.
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--" T% majoBrew~is Samton14,
on 1Pvrw Asevelle book.
N C %-w 24 -4CAOMV
'Nor, 'm 3irqn'l4m at th" 'Ptio,-
-~lmt b'i A. of W40% Ycwik.wbe
'eL'1"v f~mptrn4illr of the cur.
W Ta h., tM4 "t ftbli.AintivlIle
a rw, fi. wfastt.prifi ial 41wk.
'*aim -vth ta* ov. rsinw.nt yesietrday.
no. 90 tA tmI Jtw RPA... F ..th
4e*... Ind '.w"t-ssGm4 to L.M that

a" e* pum al
GWO 'fi.t:.. W I o

t k' Of *A ?40 It .,.n T, sGeiv 't,
of AV, "C.4''. '* Ra l
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1~1.44 AC' -1 fl~rs- u 'A. "he


TtkEy LOWAIK DEAD.


*esOneV Mst Prm"n Lauvyeve
to A'abawma.
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%4L4 me 6 qp..r'-%-e (vo -e OtIL., bt. rtl
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'mos ka. bw a- SLr 6%7. ,
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*~ %WS es., "I r.


0 4040 !'Ills *- ,' w tIhat be
%,.Aqaowve eI.O
% do~ 4 Pear'r avT-I the' 'if Rai
lei -'. bres".i.. '- In-*5 a.T aIAm..?-


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GSTJ Oi&'tE~T0e MAD DOG.

voo amw opSm.p &of" A. imlentos


o4 1..e~~ *) a .-a ees'.


o** *
aI,


ofet-It., 0W .',* I'ankob
see Ouof-ON'swed 'e-' ettolig
- 4500,. a e" 74". -'1 r ,


I .- .,ft a or' h

~ 9.46Ig fl -W 11 T xr

of IMAD O'.a'e's v. as
Wa 1.' ~ .qI.meet
''-p.,*-Ott'.qs. A~r aru-&ft!aetY

''s''-4 ,aoba Von th.'

i t, A"' f*


%Cs Wc,1 I MADE


660fte.0 ofe 0008*0f*W"?! AdjuWt
T su eOwssi*ft OfCemmi sseon
OL ft %a ~dw 24 The...M12e

bin'. e-44adwm&th themlu** evose t
a. ~ ~a -orthe *O.tfa -tMwe a&se

joYe.w. m w I &i' 00 8
* *-~e a9 !f# ? aso s'onvicttU'~.
9' .~1.s.emawmat b- at fiqwn"'.~

awassibe"t ebW+-t
%.. a%,'ams 40u -t~li0101"m
0-"*.- .e' sibft wage" a win*,%-

9*,.*sWqTiee mad the roetnpny &F


wfftPuPP DFACL
Ow"eW'or end IMao IRhc* MOO

it.. Wowi 24 5WyyKruJpp. tbe
or's r "Maw at ~ t t 0rtr"94 eit man '1
ri. A .. I 1. 1. ." 14.1 ) 'if ap-11~:mK' at
*LisKf *alt.Kvh v hat lUS villa mat


Left Properly to Auvt.
Sa' VW'9.mO %.,ay24 -MI'S. OMI.
-'P Iebeg)m qEfAlian-Fda. IMI


LIKE TO BE YOUNG AGAIN?
vast 'Welat.er*go Oe wa0. sa Who
140"dd Mallber IselExcused.
"'We aill s~t~titwe'd tlkle to be
yomb ,i;i.ii. lout I d- ,l .t If we really
Inemin It."wa' s laxirey Sutherlantd irs
Ainh~levspt. *".e'dihike'to hia.,e s ig o(M
bt'.:i Ith as w~t. had wI1 1e cast our
tlrht %4io. le.d %vl elike it if we didn't
ba ~e to % ipit thy den-tist so often and
00 exp.eIlsii ly. But l it eit cit'e to the
PI%.lit thatt ilt-gvi-iii ou!v-ed out be-
ftir.- Us- anxd t.ulkili g~-iowled: 'tW hat is
)'ou r ws I WA) oeey, I anzd thte oth-
wr oautt, of tii.* lamxp.' I fainey we
611011141 stud e't:vt.11.vawhile. .with many
5~~11 14 .i.l't tilt' SIP11W,' ll~t'f41re
1i.1. ld o d Ulf !1,4. e14::1. o lurt


all% too1 11111-11tio-!4*,Ilq' w. with fill
yf'., .1 xpe'rx'ieni. of the wtirid. anid it
you sz.ii~' %%,ii. '1n;-4ii it would
ol%.e t t9*. he I, i k. u-4,1ll1 ~Ill hody.
111.1 m !ua %N L t 1.4- l*C1I4 is. i t
*"~Il..A5 S t.'iki. prji(*A- too ;i:avfor a
116-W sot .of teeth :tild al U11i scriuiiliint-
Iiii: &I-1 .tit,,. What,'To 'waik ngaiu

8a.mii-iIt % ii i&.tn% kmids uto a ftxol and
ai f;aIurte. unit'- cllli e. and ui et hIlt try
-Ift-hr. tee lha%~,- to takv. is' r aziinnfii l
th't411,11111 4f told I'r'fo-s.r Exjk-ri-
t-,m14,V lllIi-ub Not for'- tnt.. You
11153 if you l ike~. Even if I .'nuld start
atitw with w-hat I h:nve learned of
19V W"hi'ta ".'IU141 fart sti~ttort of
%*, t. I i~ ii re :tly 11,-. .1 it sti-viis to
ZUIt tha~t it would 104- '1he1 4e140 ohn~Ve to
sit ttiroxiarh the, pjerf *r:-!intii'e nimtit.
I out-lo-44- it e-%*r there '.:,sa 5ureets4s
fxill mtu. nLI.ilucky miani. it%%-:s Martin
L~ullivr. andul it wibenr the elii4-trk-sa
itf ltrittadtzilurg wisled bhim forty
minw% 14rtliditya he told lher lie would
Pqmiel.r Ovte tip ev-ery hi-i;p' of heaven
hre haollthan r'iw-ml f4rti years nmore on
*'arth. To I issure, he would inv had
to vqpni~el theu ni tGermlany, but that'sI
a d.-tuti-


EPIGRAMS IN DIALOGUE.

The f.liowvinig "bou.lU'.-t" Is picked
ftr'a'i aritous pitys. sue vwful and oth

N ,': '., <2;n wrak .iih havoc as a
foil ?o 'w61 the Wilwi."-
W < t..iay s'-;il a mu n.:Lit;ial u uly to
1r ;ot*r a r sm hl ill.-"tqu,.tn's Favor-
'. ""
i ,,...- whom wa it fur oiher nimen's
sh,.ioe iit.st tread roughly soimetimes.-

I. e'u Ike' lk- :<-arat. Clhi:tine (gives
th <:tt-'l i Weu ouly ni.iy what's dealt
u Jihiu I/uJifuird. M. 1."
SJ, juy -ine cannot touch joy every
(1. I ,.. uuLtt taket thliIgs as they
a -* "Pelilesaand Mellieande."
Wrhikli,. ou &w .n, uiy dear. are
t',. ,li.tr) f .a wtn.au''t lif.- In cipher.-
* Ii I I., li'- thi. 4 ; .vtrniior."
II. a itu..in'i ord liook "1 hate
you-" ottel:: m.eiais lake you." That's
S .vrth re,:i.iubering. "Thie Terma-
6axiT **
I..dlies. l:ke blills of exchttange. are al-
li,-el a little grace and. uulike bills of
ltisange. alre Iuch pleasastter to uest.
- "'l r u met l ,al "
I u;; ,Ilt- t lht : t.-13a' like the gout. It
r;,., ; rt l:iii fai-ilis f,.r several gen-
t.Tli l.s anil then it skills a genera
t,o i:'. ",'. it. ut'm oI *' li'it Ither of a 'Il tihe ilHittis. Just o0t.. wielre
e 'ii. lli,: goetS right awnil ihllles never
6.0-t '*Ut of tlih ? "The Masique.raders."

as mala ol Ra.ll.
"In a .',i-,ral way I ;iallrove of
r '.." ad ti' Ie grutiuiy ipe'rvin when
I. t..i< lel. I.o:iie after a dreniching.
She.\ t. re tilhue thiintg when they come
tu.-v.itlS inlud iu good order"-as he
i,,..i" .'r.:p oin tlt' w parlor cariwt--"but I want
i g.. o1, rt-.,ord right now"-removingo
S.. new hat and saturated coat-
-*,.- .l"-s ':tit I stIl opposAed to these
i:,t t..it t-''in on tth, day before yes-
s tud... i ktwl (' Shtui dollar irtiseriA. which resembled
-bhrna. "It wouldn't e so bad." he
i. suuiled as be took his shoes off and
iot the w-ater run out "I'f It rained
-tranitht down. but when It rains zig-
rarg aid up aud crosswise and eatacor-
i *.it. t titie to protest. A dod gasted
:,t. like thia lisa no right to be on the
S;tl3 iA.l:Wr" arid w e on until he got to


TYe Wostelore Pramlly.
The late Sir Moses Monteflore. the
- grated old nuan" of the Jews. the mod-
, rnt M.Mo.* bringing thousands and tens
.of thusandt out of tondage and pover-
t lilt.' the land of peace and plenty-
and really he bad his reward. rounding
out his century in tine shape, his spir-
itual eye cwt dimmed nor his natural
strengthh abated-was once taunted
with tleing a descendant of the murder-
,er f Chbrst. fle said nothing at the
tuiine. but called on his accusers next
t.3 t ath a chart of his pedigree, show-
11g that the Ihowe of his forbears, the
"'old it.i~snte:,Al." had twen In pain for
iier ts ini years. :l',out 200 years before
ihrst was ltorn.-New York Press.

W'as mt ImIokimu FPr That Ram.
Sut-irtntendent of the Railroad Conm-
patyv--S- you want a job as fireman.

Alpplicant- est. sir.
Supt-rinteittdelit-I'll have to ask you
.:.. Km..ll- fa-r. is it n theo


I


I PART OF GUATEMALA


LAND OF DESOLATION

Country Ruined by Reoent

Voleanio Outburst.

LOUS OF LIFE REACHES 7.A00

Famine Prevails and People Are Flee
ing-Government Unable to Relieve
Distress and Suffering-Country on
Verge of a Revolution.
New Orleans, Nov. 24-'Ihe Pica
rune thts uming prints the follow-
Ig letter:
Poit Barrios. Guatemala,. Nov. 1.-
Refugees who have arrived here thit
week from weArnu Gautomala report
a terrible state of affairs as a result
of the eruption of the Santa Maria
volcano.
The country for a radius of over 8'),
Miles has been made a desolate waste,
and every vestige of life destroyed
The loss of life is estimated at ovel
7,.000, the groat majority of the vic-
tims being Indiana. Ten Indian vil
lages. each with a population of from
60 to 6.5,000 inhabitants, were wiped
out. the rude huts being buried be
ne(-ath tons of volcaneic debris. All
of the coffee plantations in the vvo!
eanic zone are ruined, and their own.
ers left penniless. The coffee plan-
tations In this region were the mo.~s
valuable In the country and their de,
etruction to a severe blow to the re
public. ,
Trying to Conceal Facts.
The government has been makdng
the most strenuous efforts to conceal
Sthe fats concerning the catastrophe,
but they are gradually reaching the
towns on the western coast throuag
the refugee who are fleeing trom
the country. All cable messages on.
taltig preference to the eruption o.
the voteamo ane rigorously censored
aad even the mails are closely in
epecte by fthe govern3aa officials
The%* governmaest hopes by concealing
the facts to prevent Oautemala's
credit from belog damaged abroad.
The effort to minimize the disaster
seemd. however, has failed to relieve
the situation at home. The greatest
distress prevails throughout the cen
trial and western portions of the requib
lie, and even on the eastern coast the
effects are t aIn the scarlcty o
mnoeyar ad the rbe In exchange.
Famine at Quetzaltenango.
A famine prevails at Quetzaltenaa-
go, and 10.000 people are starving.
EIe& In GautemalaCity, the capital,
the inhabitants are suffering for food.
flour ls selling in Gautemala City
for $21 a barrel Ina gld. and rte of
ai laterir quality. ts quoted at 32
eonte a peauM in gold. The govern.
tnent is utterly unable to relieve the
distress ad suffering, and the people
are on the verge of a revolution. The
only thing needed to start a formed.
able upristla is the appearance of a

Senor Herrere Tells of Horror.


Perflrio Herrea. who owned a val.
able planation 7 miles from the
GaSta Marle volcano, was among the
refugees who arrived here today anl4
sailed 1or Nloaragua. Senor Herrera
la ma lnteaview describing the situa,
tUow said:
"I was to Guatemala City looking
after my business interests when the
terrible eruption of Nov. 6 occurred.
The eei tfrm the eKplsion wre
plainly felt in the capital, caustng
great eKeltemeft among the people.
The next day the aews of the fright.
(f havoc wtrught by the Santa Me
ria reached this city, and I started at
once for my plantation. I reached a
point 4 ndmles from my home on Nov.
6. but I was unable to go any further
on a.oouma f the stifling fumes mad
gases from the volcano which was
still active., ad emitting huge obo
irms of Sie mad ashes.
His Plantation In Ruins.
"Te eruptUn ceased on the morntna
of Nov. 6. when I vestared to my plan.
tatlon and f und It buried beneath
ste feet of ashes, mud and eand hurl.
ed from the volcano. Everything on
the place was in ruins. My residence
was destroyed, and out of 112 labor
er employed on the plantation, all
except ow perished. The seven
who escaped happened to be visiting
a farm 8 miles further from the vol-
cano that day. and when they saw the
danger, took refuge wtth a lot of oth.
eos In a oave. My family was in Gau.
temaal Olty. and therefore escaped
the terrible fate which befell those
left at home. The blast from the vol-
cano destroyed the foliage on the
trees. On the trip to my plantation
I passed a number of other coffee
farms which had shared the same fate
Frightful Scenes Along Highway.
"Along the road was frightful
eaes.l Dead bodies of Indians aonJ
animal who had been suffix .ted by
the deadly fumes were visible every-
where and the stench was awful. I
passed through one Indian village


Jacksonville, Ia.


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2~


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has stood the t:< s: : Average annual sales

over One and : J rv bt+ttles. Does this record

of merit, ap_ ; 1 No Cure, No Pay. 5
c dosed with every .,- -. a f ( ,t ;rckse of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER PLS.
I I MOIM


Seed Cane For Sale.
Thirty tbausand stalks eed cane
for sale Apply to L. M. Graham,
( minor Fla. lo.-1-6w

Over 35 (thirty five) years building
and reptirinig wagons lhas enabled me
to improve and breed up until I have
a thioroughitrel wagon.
Write W. B. Berry, Monticello, Fla. t


I HOGS|




WANTED :

a-- AT OUR



Ice factory.


I Look For Our Advertise-
ment Next Week.


1 L_ Iiki lk_ I


CITA BLUM & CO.
517 and 519 W. Bay Bt.
Jacksonville, Florida.


I I


Remember



WiE CAN sell you the
smallest article or a

carload of anything per-

i training to Hardware. Iron

Pipe. Nails, Powder, Dyna-
mite. Lime. Cement, Stoves.


T \ENT Y-FIVE CAR
LOADS IN OUR
WAREHOUSES




IRD H RDWR CO
.! _. .r. .*


irotesg$ouhII.


R. L. ANDERSON.
A NDERSON& LOCKER,


WM. HOCKER.


ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Gary-Agnew Block.
OCALA FLORIPA


I1-H. BIGGS,


a *

OCALA,


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
(Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
I.ORIDA.


c ARLOS L. SISTRUNK,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala. Pla.

LDWIN SI'ENEKR.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,


OCALA.


5 2 1


- FLORIIA.


|It D FULLER,
DENrTISIT.
Over Munroe & Chambliss Iank. Ocala, Fla.

J M. TIOM NPON.
PHYSICIAN AND SI'RGEON.
Office over Tea-pot Grocery, Opip. Montezuma.
OCALA. FLA.

E C'HASE.
DENTIST,
OCAI.A. FLA.



DR. ALEXANDER'S


CHILL TONIC
A positive, permanent, and safe cure for Malaria.
Chilli and Fever. Contains no poison. The be-I
Tonic, Anti-Periodic, Appetizer, and Streng.h-
ener for pale, sickly females and children known.
Brings the glow to faded cheeks; makes we.i.
children fat and hearty.
Tablet form; tasteless: easy to take.
Price 50 ts. Trial Size, 25 cts.
Dr. Alexander's Liver Regulator cures Biliou
ness, Torpid Liver, Constipation. Sick Headache
Price 25 Cents. For sale by

\VWn. Ain- r-,, lriu g it, (<'ti, Fla.
~~-,--- -O -,a
TEAOHERS AIDED TO PASS
Examinations
Sor to |irpare for a higher grade of f'hool wirk.
No leaving h.mnie ,r employment- utilize pare time only.
TkWq i&trul-cs by aIl In the Common and Hligher
BraPbuirh-T lk-eepinf. Arithmetic. Algebra, Geonmtry
(ruammr. Rhetoric. Literature. Latin. etc. Eight ye, of
Meon- Cculmanfres. Addremi L LX. l Umxtaa.

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

BY VIRTl'U OF A FINAL DECREE REN
dered on the 24th day of N, veniber, 1.2.
by the judgeo the thi jidicia'! crcuit of L:A rIda
ini and for Marion county. in chancery, in a cer
tain cause pending theiein. wherein Wni. W.
Pelter was complainant and Prank Moses. et. al
were defendant-.,the undersigned, special!
master named in said decree, will on
M.ondayv, the zt day of Def i/,,P, !qo.
between the hours of i a. n.. and 2 p. in in
front of the south door of th-: court house, in
ssid county, offer and expose for sale to the
highest and best bidder for cash the mortgaged
premises described in said decree as lot 16 of the
town of Candler, in said county and state.
W IDAVIS .
Special Master in Chancery.


R. B. BT-r.LOcK.
Complainant's Solicitor.


I I 26


NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed I'ndrr Section S
of Chapter 4,4. Laws of Florida.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. J
N Luffman, purchaser ot Tax Certificate No
7-t, dated the 6th day of August. A 1) ',,
has filed said certificate in my o' ce and hac
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 2-. town'
ship 14. south range 22 east, thence west six an(T
two-third chains, north to chains. east six and


NOTICE
Notice itf a:pt;) cat Iii1,11 itx sir-! hf na!-t -, fl
'a of ch..;tc-x T.a~io i*' 'ti.4
N OT IC F I -,I -. R 7;%, %1-:% TIjfI

niade a*,;: !"-: taxI r t;,t I.1-,'I-----
Cord1;4m"-, '4nh Taw ,av]' fi-t--.1 in

The av!a i~-.i,! 1-t mxg i-li-- !at 1;?, 1;4 1
the i-iatc-of :I. Cu.:t:fht a-r ?t'i t

Ln hle 2 !!; !,,%-IA IN I%, aII I .i i p -
2th1,1h % k~ t.~: a A Ii .j
IOU T -i-ik ..
C l. carttiii (coultt t.Iro,, t -I
NUTICE
n tht CircuIt C)t'.Iittfile ~1 1W.* 'd 1.14,1


IDcfgtl,:1d :It 1::.: xIi

plaint in the .11-vvtft- ti:#.l I Il ,
fl, ff 7/~,I rI- ~, ,/J,I',- (.
be pubi'lu tit w~ 'I~it-, a, -,-"--
weeks In III(:q-41.-A V -.]-' ;

')th day .f 0-t.oolur A.4 I



NOT! CL-
1n the Circuit Comut -1 t!1'. 1---'. ; -
of Flori,!a. in and E. r 'a1~.1 Ilt
In il.a .ntwt!
tSainule K. I,%:, P-.. 1
R( ZVl II.) e t'l-tait I -


of co,:xn atil-N l I: ill at, '.t3.t '?I
MonalA %, I h ;.t 4d3Y fIPC A
I t I firle 1, 11iI a t -t q i- I
fishc' (w".r a w- akt- 1. x -
I)i tiltt ~ ~ f --
Ilo le l-Cie IV I -1 a 0'.
(sealI C'-, C!?
R. B1. Bti:ock, I,, ii;) a'

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTiC& P -oR .-
CHARUE


tiiitlr'-gina-d :I- thP .1-1flT;tI1 .1, 4 -1 l.
f' i r 4". 1 poI. : !; al'T f !I- 4 %.- t
%tent to th~ x- 'a h 'tIa -I'- %,x
Coun1itt Y. YI I .- 4I -! i ?Iv 1 a4 II -4
nitxixa-trnt!x ~ITI,1 :-k I .- ..:- a,
Iii CIN it -I ti i
Ocala.- Fl'r, 1;, !!1?1,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LitAF
TO SELL MINOR", LAND

()I Y'Tc l-Ij' If v RIV-N tilt
N 'the i-i 'h:...ofI,( le t Ii. i
1 TpIV t, l.) k-0-It *! 1I tfll' k a
'i'I e ii ailti !., *.tlo alC,-1'% t' I- --
at his office x'x C'ha:F. i ;?1 4: I!,t%. I
order aiithoizi : it t qni s- lt .'!%41.,n f ,-
tb'ell'- of 4.: -1a!' .4.fl V- ,l I I i a
Inaia!laidi elrll ae()I l V,tta b. tt*- 4x a
Pet-f \I ~clxtjts 0 ~-.aa-i- 1a!t'1.--, '
b(htilt-. z- th ,I -c. 1 Aica id
Thi i- av."tI p H t t. -is (., .




'2 ALITY JUG

13 $3.5090 4! Kl
Wcharat k ey;- i'
up old hi'-iituei,'. !Y:a- *- -
pack idI n p-la:-ioox t rac ,fr a'


This signature .4 on every box of the g nuime
Laxative Bromo-Quinime Tabw
t.e mmedy that emteS a e4W IUn m d


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THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER, 28, 1902



o f WSr.te Wisea Amethr artic e
one etaebta le ttes of the
-*1te11 War StaMas Foad. A E
Tc, tbe -ditor of the Ocala Banner.
Tim Indian War Claim* fund it over
-e TEAPOT GROGE
half a million d-l.lar<, but It would
not bulld an Appiao way front Talla- d-
haptl to Key W\ -t: It k nMd 119r 6111Jtiooal purlp One state iiutitutioj which would tbe -
wraetitle. and to divide it for general
or special e dueational puriort- would
fo to uabder it: it would not do -
asay with the public debt. for another o--
*sij# would smoo take its tflace in sone
form or another.
For not ouv of thile purposes for p..-
W1ia it hap. een Cuggested a- above 41
4'.4uld it ti- uM4d with itati'.tet iou ajtld
HIGH-SOUNDING LANGUA
the t, oeurretn of the majority of
the peldr.. I ttinuk it@ Uw- for public"
rued.. edu |sutli< debt would give Florida more ____
miean |lMliti than ithe has had since
6t14tart.ts '-"rtiiM. May be the means of some houses to secure
niorr imjwiy for th ti e tate, then Iu-i-
i"t"'ti'"e ntr- re-.rd but what we want is to tell the people in the pl
Whi (te lht-rnal Idmpro eeni t it- & d ^
""th;e. s"re from wht-"" language that we are absolutely better prepared
Fward-1 at th time touome is a rid.ic 'u- d-
S7mtt-i.ion..r: i,,.- season to handle a large list of new customers
and burden"u ue pfeeial d41l1t, alwapo d -
ii'ermiut, and therelay ending of -'
;ther wait.turnt l', .. we have ever been since our establishment W
whbch wae the vai>sidt-rMinot i of tht.- l a -
his- **ton frorj a 1imii-prxoduin --ti a -
s'"t"""' +"i"'." 'i *u. supply you with the Very Best Groceries at the
thing. whibeb before the .ale. mniadte tl- t-
state- land iwN.r. arld burdened it with P
ast Siw artit.|e tito a perpetual ^^b' 0
s0lt.ol_, .,, r,,v,.u price that you are in the habit of paying tor
%-4. in tlshat sale t-1 thet Diott)u, the 1-
atrt- efot fo,.k all that it gave up, per- *
hates nt'tre., and ill a way mutually \
.:a. t.":.^Vai e Idian br t,1..at inferior grade as w e only handle Groceries
*tate- ty tu-an Cf the nldian War
('lem. Ft*und. then of course it goetis d
without saying that it should be done. -- '
M"-t any theorist or enthusiast can 1-
work out success for hit project on pa- dl
iter I know. .Mathematits, the mnost Alp,
easlmi stem' l (If Ln.'wie14ge, a" Jir- .-
ba.a otheraE of elate WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION EVERY
than any other of the related ocienicet
Set. after all, ecan not do without
ftirun ng. 11-
Ileneciasl rmesiultsi can only come by
the practical application of that re-
-t,,,:, :..,,w,: ,r, us THE FACT THAT YOU MAY ONLY WANT ONE OR TWO ARI
the thing msouaght to tw consummated
:,.,,,,,,.Ay u of.m, E DOES NOT MAKE YOUR PATRONAGE LESS DESIRABLE A
1w upon a .rai-tieal system which ad-
"" of "l-e-* and "rlt-, the margin T ATRP JUST AS MUCH PAINS TO PUT UP A SMALL
",,r whtirh can te actually foreseen
tr.utghaltenzrietice and contact with, *- AS WA 1 DO A LARGE ONE.
and .elongng to. the otje't and pur-
piue of eiIdeavor, and correspondingly
provided for.
Now say Idea of the way" and
ienit5 of e*ttonl iaiiiigrants, or set-
Ut.r. if you p.leae, for Florida. T i It ef Orr n
ptaetti'ally- to bua them at so much R a This List Before Ordering:
tpKt,'ll tea l^^tema i m c


A state is heir to nothitn and to no- *
to ly. h it it get.s i. o.v ur'has.. Mincemeat, Figs, Dates, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Oran
It i a trader, and i.- upplpwied to pay dW..
-what it ri"'",is. ter",t-r Lemon Peel, Pumpkin, Evaporated Prunes, Pears, Peaches, Apric
it vwods, it u"e.. the isululic nioaey- to d01 i--
4W set"t-t".dtio-d i ples, Nectarines, Cluster Raisins, Apple Butter, JamR, Preserves. 1
t.e whart ih" moy. fhrn lades. Cranberrys, Cranberry Sauce, Pineapple and Edam Cheese
There- ii no prhpectt of an iunmigra- l e C S .
T.0 e.1re.1 i h no roe- of an Ifmirr Fruit Cake, Pound Cake. In fact everything that goes to n
ng for homes like the flight of d-ove" O -
f aMild duck, or the invading hosts Good Dinner
of nertbern tourists to Florida, in the Good Dinner.
winter time. No such thing is going
to mark the history of the state; and ^-
so much the better. Let us go lower.
and like the purchaser in market i
gier so we must tw, pick and choe, d .
and get a few at a tame, but as often
so paisl-lh. %sined, sealed and d-ilivetr-
ed t. 49. is it were. Q
A little elxprience that I have had
in thr matter of getting people intei-
eved in coming to Marion county at- l
i0n61l me that the state can bring to it
within a comparatively fHtiort time- -
say within three or four year-one!
hundreds tliouMand acceptable soul. at i dl t
a cost oft lw. than one hundred. dollars W/,o W..q b4 ri. wv. losei a4p4- O C nntf 'i niilt t o te,- nt.$ A.. ..


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