(anadian Clu. H. Val-
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Kilmarn ck. \alkers .
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Gin IPh.osphate ......*i
Hennessev's 1 I"IpT' l 1
over's Bitters .... ....* .
Ol, Harvest (.Corn F. IP 1 .'m I3 '11


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HOUSE IN OUR LINE IN OCALA CARRYING A


WHOLESALE LICENSE.


a View of Present Day Politics.
'.I% it teal l it'" evt'rywiaer- is suffl-
cr~ontly iw-rlz very 1a+'re tile

omtittilit"1# 1. pI~t l aaaatii:-' .td an


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ut,:-. ft- a rz. I i re 1131iotit. it-It better
Itilazi usooc ler 4el?. ( 1i it ir,:''-tirn*e t

Yusr M i jgof ar .tr out. :in -ill -
USA itll 1041*11 1 rli*-. 11i Ill-~ tntA l il4)1
nauu-tfatt teg .1ra t; it 31a .kA11kof
cwi_:uiaimt'%- tsr *"t~~ ii.! .A rm3 of
C-a.;lti .. uv- t I.- I 4314m. .ienidinig
An-mui tof IiIatt ait -4-1'f a- r!it on and
SU)L1).r'arqtnt taeut. 'Lit' tt't. jineis
ULbItj1-wtr art- eat a, it" e country

fa I~4*I.r13=.emet'lxjpe .it *-.L*l organ-
isini '..hiftilig f 1lit is,-at %11ltl waiting

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The guildfing f a City.
''4 'F'aS'trlbe:I!;&' a- th'-''. .iof the
RaimtatI, xhilto tthit tI 11 F ..or liar-
ri- iq- !it- -% ltint 4' I *fSilver


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THE SIZE OF YOUR
account doesn't matter with us-a
number of little ones make big busi-
ness. .14 Start small if you must-
but start. i< We have a lot of com-
fortable accounts that grew from
smaller ones. i< You can check out
as you please. ,< 4< ,.4 .4 .
Munroe and Chambliss,
BANKERS,


Ocala,


Florida.


I Wewahitchka's Wants.
There i-4 al opening here for the fil-
lowing ats \Vewabitehka needs a tele-
phiionk linlle, saw mill, ll tre-s factory, shingle mill, cotton gill,
ric'e mill, k.l'sckuiiih shop, livery st:i-
ilt', lrick yaril, hotel, wheelwright,
bartier and doctor. -('alhoun News.


Chamberlain' s Stomach
Tablets.


and Liver


Try them
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in the
ntoutlih.
When your liver is torpid.
When your iowclt are conitipated.
When you have a headache.
When y4ou feel lIilionu.
They will improve your appetite.
'leasii.t- ai invigtlrate your stomach
i and regulate your liver and bowels.
For --sle liy Anti-Monopoly Drug
,Store. ni


Sl Bound to Look Like Napoleon.
Notwithstanding the lint weather
Col. Bobi McNamee has bought an-
Sother overcoat.
A puny child is always an anxiety to H. T. Meltyre, (St. Paul, Minn, who
parents. Tlri're seems generally no has I.een troubled with a disordered
reason why the little one should oe :-toniac.h says, "('hamnierlaine's Stom-
weak when it is so well fed. But the ael and Liver Tablets do me more
more good than anything I have ever
fact is that it does not matter how te. Food than anything I have ever
taken.' Forsale b y thie Anti-Mon-
much food the child takes if the stom- opoly Drug Store. m
ach cannot extract the nourishment
from it. No benefit can be derived We are glad to note a better temper
from just eating. That is the condi- and tone existing between the 4;aines-
tion of many a sickly child. The ville newspapers. In assuming the
stomach and organs of digestion and duties of local editor of the (.aines-
nutriuion are not dori ng their work, ville ?-uu the (iaine-ville News gives
and thle body is really starving. It is. Mr. Je.se Burt/. a very pretty send
little use to tgive ti-hl foods, like cod oil'. "How wee and pleasant it is
. ,;ri i .i] ..... i i :_ ..1. :. .. .. .


'E Formula tells the story:


Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
Not a patent medine: a th pin spirituo M d a plemml ntir taset, mie oa
Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BAR
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASK ARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARLLA
It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Do0't Cur.
w'& iest Gea ral Tonic. Don' Sc.
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Remember


-THE JEWELER-


For Your


HOLIDAY PRIESEINTS.

What's the Matter with Lake City ?
The proprietors of the (Citizen Re-
porter, of Lake City, would like very
much to publish a paper every day in
the year, excepting Sundays, but we
are deterred from doing so because
we do not believe it would be a pay-
ing investment. (;ainesville aid
Ocala, according to the census, are
smaller towns than Lake (City, and
eacl supports live, thriving money-
making dailies. It does seen that
Lake-City should at least support one.
-.'itizen Reporter.


What is Fame?
Here is the way it appeared iin the


w E CAN sell you the
smallest article or a
carload of anything per-
taining to Hardware, Iron
Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dyna-
mite, Lime, Cement, Stoves.

TWENTY-FIVE CAR
LOADS IN OUR
WAREHOUSES



BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
Gaincsville, Florida.



DR. ALEXANDER.5
rinnln i nna Ik.


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CHASE. BLUM & 00.
51l7 and 519 W. Bay St.
JacksonyiUe, Florida.


;To MURPH-Y,.


NacI~ine and Irog)WorIkL


HIGHEST


North Carolina and Georgia Corn.


*The'- prior a:re It hlieretd x. pt It I *' -' < '
CORN, RYE AND GIN, $1.75 PER GALLO.

Wines.


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


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4 iti.'t-i give-- the following deserip-
ti-bti -f the 1- ttaititul homue wedding~
4Wf Nfi-,Alwt- Hocker and Mr. T. P.
I Prako.-. 1%ene-mIay night:
l1-1114- (of 4 colonel and -Mrs. C.
I '.b -'veil. 1I:-'4;Hulbaordut~r'-et, the
ieU;.tia:l- we-re eeletcratetl if Mr. Trus-
t~: .k rake, (of 1-stt'Laie
\I:- icvt Walt' enHoeker, daughter
- f .1 ~.~ W. A. Hocker, (of Tsllahvvi-

o x fe~w ml imatte friends aud
ii~tiiittiml- rt-lative- we-re Iereseitt. The

-,-Ia. .. twen rit~a-ie-fully' decorated 1
ie i 14it 4 a a i ill14 -ut Aiiw-era for thle

1...-11311- qof a beautiful t-elee'tionz
re.eerel1,\ Mr. TomEua Flmiore and,
%1-.l "'41141 i iitla vi''1lan and jeiaiso. 1
t.e-iiet. 1-y y.Dr. It. C..
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IfI-I AteV. Tlwc bride twa- beautifully
I:,'%% l4 1it IaIIofeettill~ie41f white satimi

I I-t -lietair 'ne..l veil w~a- ciiui~it ule
#ti mtI au~C 1-tri 1 e i rieirniptl ortiame-li t,
A11141 -I&-- carried ia l'i-ve'ly iouejut-t 'if
1mi.1 1.1. *. M\lr. C'atoii IDrake,
1riolio I, ilf tiie avromottial ated as hest
111I t.M Mi N i--Ei/-Atletli Vet-natle, wilo
*..*a ~.'.imt-off Pari- isuAilin ovtrt
.1ktXtlc-.t~a, y.,- uja id f honor. The
At, wx- &it ,#iit:a way lIi her father,
.11140 Af2e Hik~r ter lthe(eeretimn4iI
as'l iz.1 ii cul -uppel-r a ie-ryedelt,) the
c.ii, -= jpr--- :1 titi -lit- (imilnig riliii.
M.ai.-I \l2r-. I ''ke 1-41imimed iatelyb l
er II i n' 1: i. w-i ii te hionac- ()f
D, li %I.* a lr.ke lPoint. ceii Like
Iba i ~M:-l-. Dilir rke:oi .NIV,- fHeeokt--r


t: it-full-. itl e o'! iy i t-bro eimt Iiii ocala

- .!#A. She i- a v(OUli. llady of nzasav\


Ii. -- P..1 hen a! it evtourg. lie is a
all- te.,f V l'nmc-te-s41 'c(illege, att


:e lint I it-tr 4,11 oe (ie f I'ri net-tio n ': fl-~


S- ~ t i-.e -te.,t lIrake- will make Florida their home
"' *.' "'- 'i l I tr the greater part of the year. spend-
it ru~e, fr"tI 1!' I, i- their ,%u iim ers elsewhere." .
*).* Ns ML let C t!e -w-aleard --
t. ,l .1. 11 1.. rek-t Doings of the County Commissioners
, .l .. .I .' .c ai .t t ti- Th'le molt inmportantlihings done- by
th- co.u'ity comt'0Iliissioners at their
-...I %o t. wL -%-tenm re.- -,ion Monday was the accepting
o- ,."* a'teilti. forlihe- oftihe resignation (of.:Mr. Bent Frey-
,., N I .....r ',,lg N- m.outhl aentup.rintendent of thle olKor
.. F-.rth -ii. farm andl the appointment in lhis
..4 t!,. .- initg .ere 'lace of M11r. Clarence Priest, of Aln-
!-, .- "- 1.t, e-r,.e- *,,f lith ny: the hearing of the .:excellent
. 1 ., To.e ,it. r tr..a July rep-ort of C'hairman tLeng in his capla-
,, .... I, tee a iig- thi- ilttyas chairman of the county ('lom-
. I 11, iil.ioners and good roads associations
S C at its recent meeting which was held
-at .lacks4oville during 4iala Week.
t..I ,i .- I ru-i,.i 1' lr&k- 'he a--4 iatiou will ask 'vernmnent
"l i t,.. imarrtli. in Jac.k- id,. therei.ry tuakint theiniovementi :
I. \% Mi ..%. 'c i'!lit. i--l binationall 'nettitd great :liressure will
i t, li- 1 t- le Tirid- he- t' ibrouiehl to ewar on coigsress. now
-te .. 1 ,.>r* ins g n ilte -.-iion to build national turnpikes
*4 .0-t lint .tram. which wa- ,,r to aid the states in doing so.
.t igt t. oir- I'- Mr. land Mr. The londs of the treasurer andl tax
s'.a***i.t l 1t t-h.- 1. -ala Houte. ,oliector were approved.
.@ ii ia.rt cf .e t I te rit T A (Acommuittee was appointed to test
%- t he I. t-i e:itwl oTfer the new c ... 1. l ia la' ,i'. anl t-t w'l ii diately ui n its arrival.
.all' .4 'e|' i jli
Turpentin Men.
..-t ? ,-t ralav laiiag- Yeste-rday was not the day for the
eas. ,- -rat.-1 lat ltow ta- nieeting of the Turpentine Operators'
trl-s 4,C i, 4t urtAul reeceipti-s
Ia i WAssociti(on, though there were
enough turpentine men in Otala to
1 ralt ,li t Hrt ti da\-, of ( fth e
.1 rat aiiti have held one.
S..uia-r rat-.-I f thrqw. ceat- lr Among other we noted the follow-
a*litouti"*.t'14 t v eke* ettect lDe-
Uile, viZ:
', llI., lit.-r:l t loro- 'Col. F. Lang, J. W. Cros-by, R. S.
. mara. 't "' thi.yste Hall, L. Horn, J. E. Petteway, J. B.
y r..l-.itl, f.r the great d,-- Luca-, R. J. Knight, 4 W. Vaughn,
i.t cf" tl ,,uutry thr,.eulh land the Mesrs. Bell.
It jqa e.l. nitig I', (.eu, lie !:
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TIlE JEWI:LER.
WHEN YOl' WANT A
Ta T C II

Reorganization of the Suprbme Court.
She supreme court has been reor-
ganized.( Chief Justice H. Fenwick
Taylor is to pre-ide ovtr one division.
which i eiginated a DI)ivi-sioni A.
Justice ('arier is to porv-.ide ,ver the
other, D)ivision 1.
S Division A. is cui SJustie Tayl1or and Jtti-es Nialry
and Shackelford: Divimion B. of .Ius-
tlices( C(rtcr. ( S.udgi e IItoker wi!l tbe Lriven a vacat-
tion until Jaou'try 1t, I.,", when Jus-
tice Mabry will retire and he suic(ed-t
ed by .lut We hope lth oie curl, lt. ali'w colistitu-
ted, will render such' efli *ient and
Ipraisewrthly work a. to put all crit-
ies to tlighl aild ,iive to Florida a relp-
utation ationg the liii es of jurislru-
den'c-e at least equal to any of her
.oultileern *iste-r state-;.
Dr. Lindsay Accepts Call.
lIrv. W. ('. Lindsay, of Biloxi,
Mi.s-,iiltpi, who pretached in this (ity
tWe Sunlldayvs 'f la-?t nicillth and who
wa-s t.iele-t.rld a e:,il to fill t e 'Pr ', 'y-
i .ri..nll ulli' teo suicr' .l l ev. It. H.
Morris, hlas accepted tlhe sme.
I r. Linidsay and li:- family will
move to ( al:t illn : few weeks to make
thi- tli'ir p'trnim eiit 'Irnmie ;and I)r.
1.i',l-.iy will pre: h l is i irt sernis o
a; tht- r, .- llar I' --tor ti,. ih i-t tSunday
in Jan i ry.I.

At the Library.
Amoin(lg the new b I ook.-just received
at the .c-il' Librinry are the ftellowimni,
viz: The- Viri:i:niin, b"y %Owen Wi--
"er: A Yale .Man, 1,y I tbert L,-'
Tvher: 'iiki-e-d, I'nkind, Iy Violet
tilt; 'The Way of Ec'alpe, Iey .ra-
ham Triiv r- T'le. Ielami iby Whlit-
inTi: The l1 .el. ty I1. Marriott \Vat-
Sr ; alnd the (;r.a;t K. anid H. Itor-
hery, hv P:aul leister Ford.


A Business Change.
Mr. W. T. Wheeler and Mr. (;eorge
t. McKean of the Wheeler-McKeann
Lumber Com' partnership, Mr. Wheeler having
bought out the interest. of iMr. Mc-
Keau.
The bus-uiiess will hle ..ontilnued lby
Mr. Wheeler as Wheeler ILulmber
('omia1ny.
The Bloody Chasm Now Bridged
Over.
A portrait of President Lincoln will
be placed in the Mississippi Hall iof
Fame. The picture was furnished by
Rolbert T. Lincoln, (of (Chicag:) in res-
lponse to a request, and will he placed
alongside that of en. Robliert E. Lee.
This is evidently the finishing touch
in completing thle bridge over the
bloody war.- Meitropolis.
Only the fool tries teo please every-
body.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL
dcrec rcndt.red it a certain cau'e ..v tihe
Hl'n'rabn e \VWi::S i the Circuit Court of their Fi:th Judicial Circuit of
F;orida in .nul f *r tht- county of M.rianon. in
ch.inerv, wherettin the WVE.rL'RI.Y S"AVIN(;G
BANK. of Wetecrv. in the -tate of Rhtic Is-
land. is conip.ainant, anid iHiAT.IE i AI.I.N,
TH TYGEKT ALLEN FERTII.IZER CO.M-
PANY l()SFi'II T. LANCASTER AII(I WIFE
RICHkRI) McCON\-HY and HENRY A.
DIl'UEit. are ltenl'nt-. I the inderi-gne-i
p,-,.cial inaster named and appointed in said
decree to cxccte ht: same. will. on
.1 bnd,pt t h !h ,L- ,,'" lanu.a 1..4. D. /N-,1.
between the h,)ut-s If t-'ven o clock in the tore-
noun, and two o clock in the afternoon
at the -,nuth d,-,tr Mf the court hoftse. in
Marion c,1inty. 'it-. r a.nd ex oe f-)r saltt. -lnd
wi'l sel to the highe-t and i-st bidder for cash.
the nmortt.geg1 ':etniim-es in the said decree de.
-cribed as cn-nine:ciing at the middle of the
c:,-t ').mn't> !ie of the A '-atz, (;rant in
township t!itten. range twenty two ea-t. in
Marnon county. -tate of Fl-mirnh. and thence
running we.t eight chains and ninety seven
link-, thence north tw-ntv five chains and forty
e;: !* lit lkI thence ea-t e tL:et chains an' ninety
St tvn link-. tht-nce -south twenty five chain-


FACTS


ARE


NOT


FUTILE


SP.0i/'(.// wrhen,/ t/h /l(('(i too the
Y)O./. .(/. Nct'fI' ./I(/f/ I hwo to of/


y/o/ (/l1wd n/1/('Oj//I. VI c/.


I have at the old Alliance Store in Ocala the most complete and up-t(o-,late liii. of


Dry G-oo(Is ind G-ro(*(,i(S

whicl I offer to the people ()f O(ala, Marion and surroundin- cmlluntis. -it the
mn(st reasonable figure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the ilay is
lere when you must have value for your dollars, and I am prep.ar, ,i to giv.e youv
this value. Am recieving daily a line of Staple and Fancy Gre.-,'ri,.s that will
supply any and all demands. My line of DRESS goodsS NATI NS. S.14 lPi.
HATS, CLOTIIING for men and boys is complete and full. T. prices shall he
made to suit you. We are here to sell goods and they shall i,,. sold. S,

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(Once n)moire we want to call your attention to our Coffee. It's our own I.enld of
differelit beans. and is in great and growing demand. The very lest to be had
for tlie money anvywheie. We make a specialty of pure fine < *,'.es ;ind Teas.
and anything sold by us may be relied upon as to both qualityai,! ,jii intitv. Lmow
prices, reliable goods aind promnpt service attract trade. and we lid., it. Tr\ i1s.


I extend to you a cordial invitation to make my store headq1iartcrs whe n you

come to Ocala. \e are always glad to see you and shake your hand. Ask 1fr



S. R. Pyles, Old Alliance Store.



Already the Best But Will be Still
Better L W JOHNSOM & BRO.,
Tuesday's Ocala Banner contained Dealers in
a full write up of the good roads of New and Second 'Hand Machinery.
Marion county, giving i.ictures (.f the LAKE CITY. FLORIIIDA.I.
new nacihinery which the county has One 125. horse rower return tubelar I'oler with tittings i675 iof
T r T i v "6 e.i4h.. ... :..0K W
recently purchased. They hiav' a (e 7 w
l)ortible rock crusher, a traction en- oj ...... X) I.Il
gine to haul the crushed d rock andi a ".(N)
larze steam roller. Marion county 40 fire box boiler.... .. .tM.O
l 1...01)
h'Is certainly gone at the lou.iiness in a _I "' Atlas fire box Ii .r .... 173.'1N
correct manner and will soon have 15 "' boileron wheei- ........ 17. 0
the best system of roads in the state horse power
Onee ,) horse power Lane & , which will, of course, make it the 75 N. Y. safety u". :-r ... .... ... 45o iN
S" lo "* B all autm ti.. ....... ... 411.<
hest county in the state. -Sumniter 1 aS t kitner center 4-i1.k .225.4iM1
County Timnes '" ErieCity. ..... 175.41)


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ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOLIDAY J JEWELRY.


I am prepared this season to suit almost anyone in the selection of Christ-
mas and Holiday Presents. I mention below a few articKls from which you
can select a present for your father, mother, sister, brother, aunt, uncle,
cousin, and last but not least. your mother-in-law. : : : : :


Silk Umbrellas---Silver and Gold Handles, S;Iver N(ovelties,

Chinaware, Brush and Comb Sets, Military Sets, Clothes

Brushes, Ghattaline Bags, Whist Brooms an:, Glassware.


Every Description of Watches and Jewelry.


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KEEPSA VVIAA FL .INE OF


SITE TEAISS CLOCKS.

TME SOMITH'S GREAT NEED IS WHITE

ImmIORAvTS.

Tfiie- 15 wI ta i %!I ,t felt I ir'

4out Otl. v ri j i i- iv-* thtie Unl~io
a," f.tr it-, i- p- l iraE'ti t oi n be dthlit'.
uslull-I1 I#, [,, r :(in lul E'iit "L ue I '

tl~Ii q &11- 61ii 1g,nutii-''- .qu II *.Itrex at Ioo!o

at1i .'.-#*f 'ti t, t-kwk ihy thre intro)-


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aTho- 'u~l =I ,'u '),I*. -?ain'l fr.o nte
th f,,.I I _- i al 1inA'Fln i t ji t 'Wili i
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's t:- Up i, HIMi4it 1'l hi..lIa ke lessed.
COUGHS AND COLD$ IN CHILDREN.

fle.mmendation of a Well Known
Chocaga Physician.
ml u-" aitre'ue''nib- (i'm i~wirlairi's
V u i N~'nm.1v 4 1V fir *1InWnnt .t all a1l.-ti-
-twY efo -I t, d t-a wi th e i direct
t-aI'- p -n1t. it to, c-liildren of
&U Amu glad 141 r",oommnieid it
Ii,* nitj inoti wa ol ati-*-kiitgrr rlief fromr
4"..&P cn ;&in mull la r a itih- ale S lbe i
:m.li ai- ..4f th Ire i a st imi jr- e-t-ioual.
A u,,r'a. 'sl j-mirae.a for all lrnatlrkuiil.
R. 1'v tM"Itle tiy, M ID., FPh.
ii 4ii 11.. h n rein. ~ly im for


41 C L U.Ilionatre Train From
Chicago.
P' #-A !tiUe.tLite- 14) hve a
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car, diner aud tfi-e .l-epers when i i
leave., (hicago, and othel-r ear-% will be
picked up at various Iplatcets alot the
litttn.-Tampa HIerald.

Sandspur Philosophy.
The following nugget are from Tomi
S*awyer'.s contribution toI tlie C'lear-
wa'er Timt'.-:
Twenty tui-hels of potato in tlli-
barn are worth more to the family
than to whole acre to be planted nex'
J une.
Thie tacklee of a lehorn lien atl'out !
o''lock in tlithe *ay is more to bIe dt-
sired than the voi-e of many mocking
hird- at -unrise.
A f.ntrmner c.tn- it fully comprehend
tire valtiie and lbe!tu1ty of a .-nllrise by
rema|lig a:nl acct'ount of it illn smee
lIo, k.
Thlie man who ship- green oranges
t-, market would clip his shliee in Feb-
mrry.
A fool atnd liis imule arte so4lmn parted
-if he tries to, ride it.
I -tte.r a barn full of h:iy vholinit
'dolwn a tell acre farm than a corner
lot inll town -old folr taxe-..
Six idotgs oil at farm are equal ill iim-
lportance (ot a -.ail lrt;age andt are
much'l imiier.
Wh\ n it rain-l too hard to work in
Thet-ieid hiv ,-\our hired Ie 'II tlle iup
and put the garden itn order, thus will
olu obtain a reputation for liberality
Snid, early veg'ta;tt'e-.
When the lhawk eat- your -prin.-
chicken he is a robber dbt '-evin
deall, but when hle d.i.h on jaybiri
you ri-e ut aid cm il him ble--ed.
I'etter ;a lit .l of .alnkpiurs with ci 1i
teitt'lent thiair a wom\nll jawinrg at
you about the lack of wood and water
in thlie kite-lit n.


A. J. Snell wanted' to attend a
party, but wa. afraid to do -() on at'-
,tIcount of pains ill his stoimacih, w hi'ch
he feared would grow wor-e. He
says, "I was telling mny troubles to a
lady friend, who said: 'Chamber-
lain's Coli. 'Cholera and Diarrhoea
R-nredy will put you in condition for
the party." I bought a bottle and take
pleasure in stating that two does cur-
ed me and enable-d me to, have a good
timio at thie party." Mr. Sell is a
resident of Sumtinetr Hill, N. Y. Thii
remedy i-. for -al- by Anti-M1onopoly
Drug Store. m

Ambition Rapidly Being Gratified.
Reterrrt',r to the article onm the can-
didates of 1'.014, which appeared in
tin- pip. r three weekss ahr, aindi inl
which Col. Waliace F. Stovall, the
NapIi.1i-ui., j.iurnnali-t of Tanl.pa. was
Ielnltiolt:it as a aandidatt for g.ov-
ernor. that distingui.-he-d and brilihantt
gentletmanllt protests that he i no1,'t a


ecmuditalts',1.11t ''amlx' wail.tt- t'IIt
kiiloet Itas tht-vi.'tuti~r (f tire n-ltat1jiit-V
in Sonuth FI''hidiln, en liohIr iinuiel it-
gltiry a-'ioiurzln 141F alnvyne."
Hii- :innrrltia'n,. tutic, is rfa-t aiiirtiai-hr
iroz fruma iio. 11'. l.~ar a~ n-al
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THE COUNTRY EDITOR.

TIhe country weekly is more amid
mirare enlatrging its influence. The
p1a|pei's are better printed, better edited
antd in every way occupy a more dig-
nifie'd alid elevated plane.
Speaking of which the ('hica<'o
Agezt-Herald says:
It is aI idle complaint to say that
the editorial inmatter of miany of tlhe
couuntiVy newt40apelt'rs is i(ood elInough
for New York, ('hiicao. BostoIn or
1Philad-lphia. Many of the editorial
w rit'ers on the metropolitan press have
.Aerved in llountry olli.es. Thi coun-
try Et-ditor ,of today, all but invariably,
i. a Mi;an of wide readinli, of exact
culture. ofo.id chliaracter aind of con-
-ideralilt- iiimportan'-".
Repriniiting and t-indoringtt th al'ov-
thte Melliphii- ('ornier-ial Aplpeal
addl-:
W\e arit- quite -tire that tins is the-
oplinion of every nmetrp< .olit:t, jourila
of the country, itti wt. reprint it :n-
the opinion of tile (' mrinerc'i:l Ap-
Ipeal. The country etitor odes nott
realize, we are 4v,)invi; 'el. hItvow of)-.l,
his brother journali-,s off the cit'.
turn!, to hint for advice a:tnl for iudi
actionn ) as to thie drift of I opulair selnti-
mient. lie- ha. a part to play, ,iot i.-
illlportant t th:i anly 'htrr inll tile- *7,-.
and there ijs nio idotiult that il- intau-
ence in l.it tirs is growin i. There ir-
muore *ichante for personal distinction
in tlie wi-c conducllllit iof a cotluntry
iiew-.pi:tper tlhanl ill-i emiploym*vient on tile
mretir o-.litan iprtess. It i- mIervely :i
matter of int-llivenice and l hone- ty.
The country editor ithas i 1. s b- atnt-;ihere. He is eliabled to as,.,r-
tain very rt:adlily th t- ntei.lh rlj ,ii ii
,pinionl, and every county i,\pllX s-
p r i-; a li t itt tin e t l idernt'--. I lit
ip'opql of a 'county -htl.lI retg-tr-i it ;,ii
,:..peci:l dl y to n -tintain their loc, al
p;pI- l pl" *spl ;oly. Tn'ey oIul
re-gard tlie-'.e pi>li'ationis us ntoiitgr
thie iin-ces' rie-. of life. Tliroughlt lem
til-e county el.ctor:1te is made an ti-
enti:il and thil real interests of the
country ciionservei.

New York's Example.
A new atind unusual law i,- about to
go into elieect in New York, the work-
ing off which it will be intere-ting to.
observe. After tilt' lst of January the
tarryinrg of parlor matches or keeping
them ill one's house is to prohibited,
:iand irmni handling them will be sub-
ject to arrest. The tire contimi-sioner
hals discovtrevd that more than 1.;;oo
tires were caused by parlor mnatche-.
last year and, as his d. lpar-tment hia.
authority to re,.ulate the sale of conm-
bustiblehs lie has j placed parlor matentes
under the 1,:in. Here.aftt r tlie uiste of


only l!,i fa-shlioned sulphur matches
or -afeties will be allowed. The dan-
ger from a sulphur mnattch is reduced
1, a 1.m inllillll aIs it' n 4 )11lly tbe trutht '
upon a pr-tlpared -urface. The law'
w'il tear hiarer on i eini-itive nlo-tril-
bit ill i. t, e'-ir on property ow'Ier-
and insuranile aI( p'Ities.
Punsters for the Legislature.
I'-l:itior .1,,ordan, of tite I'int:ta (cr!
Herahl, say- there will I-e ,t. ()vten int
tlie tnext It .ri-lature, i t! not (,< ><,.
blreadi, lt,'alo or Iie to i.,kt i it
I(ai,,e.-vilte t n.


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\V.li. i: w oi, 't In',ke ai: y li!' r, 'n,:".
1 'I !, 1l ti e .V ir t'e r-elin te 'l tI 'e

Hit I'.,hk wil -,ipPlyv a ir-t-.a-
Ir ;t e !', IIf I, I.u-e, and tlIe eali- te
w !iii ,<.-r ,e 'l';':traiite!l.e I, I iinlliplr-
ta: t \\'. k. -lartow 'Collier Inlforir l-
int t.


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Index to Prosperity.
Til Toilpa 'Triune. the Tantp't
fTune- ;aid tile ('ala l Hanner iave'
laitey in-talied nte. presses, a:nd tieo
<,:i;n vi.ie IDaily Su ill ill s.hortly b,
e'llari.!. I .,' eak- well for F,,'.rn'!
t(iit lb-r iiw-pae;! r- are pro-ipt roi-.
!*' tli- i, i t -ulrer si. .!i that ti.0
, t'. a* : l'. h 'p p r -* }* '.'! .- f. i


Tire Titues-Uiiion anti Citizen lifs!
sprung a very j~itasant surprise oni
tilie polet i)IC(f Fitridi:i ty ret!ui tig
j'riev froni $liI to, ;-# ityear, at the
same time nrrtkiiig marrkedl uun provs -
utewi salird adding adw features to thre
paper. Thre 'Tiimet-'i.U, i t ildt(Citizeni
is a greatt state ieol'er. It im., corres
114)1idents t~iil evvry tE3w ii anidihauntI-~t
ill tilit'-,.at", awill thi. .i., a features en-
tir-I its town. Noot her nit-tri p~ i-
t ltugi~a pr clo ve-rs a --tatIe so Ithori'roghl y.
%Ve hmpe that thii'. reduictionu in lorivet
anrd tile imroi~ vemen!.ili1. ill tire general
mtriak-ula poftilie j:lwpr will Hodd largely
to) its elretulation aut! make it even
at nt orep. ptenrt ial fset. t4r ill tlie stateC's

.~i ~b-iI hitvf ht-gan lhi-, newsplaper
carver ill this ctmUity, thle people ht re
anre t'Ietitll vidt.lihteld With lt-e
2w ttair jeveri iit-11 (oflie Iilikes-1I ni
~iannid 4Citizerin tl,dr iris urarrage-

1, v ilt- slat
pro ndtuttle 11. it- p IliIl' iai)!

11lIi arv r~d uctiriii j ~fpts-erier rawe-




unit. J ftl.r'rorttt adJ. 1. 1'. evoik'4
at tfie lilad ofItthc maii lrati.eliviilt 4i
hii- raiiir )tl, ariol thir l'lu.iine- 5Ls4l
dtv 2411,1 t'.rv'.iizht is-la rel i.sp.itisi-
hit-, 1'ir tire- grtat n'- of tire List
4 a vz-tvmr. (u- -iItSull.

I; -:aiOti tht trrilrr*v hf)f tht nange
I r t- \tl i ill \i liat lee:,:0l 1, t'are

ha~rd pll lair ntt 1rliwltir. ;.',. t Ihat tilt
laid there k- im t~ li lilci e Iii ii tie
E .rmir.e cani ht, ,r4I)N%-.rt.'411 f-st
veairs. It, \nliisia 4 0ranw .!t, I *1wakt- a

land loie-'t adipatttd for the .'r:srrze. It
wVas tire- gprat OitYr'z' lt mwi e, anid
will hei. Cr.-',ui oulity Rec-
ordl.
There jis one cirart-it' i l.a,'t thait
vainflot be mradle against Ilth- ed(i tor (lf
this pa;ICT-it is tilt charge I hut is
mradie avai n-t ) our 1 iwiet David B., it.
neott Hill, still lie 'is Ivot ?v4l pr,.li~g il
with his favorl- is vtttltLq Ho1-14,1."n


GREAT


BARGAINS


\Vc have the most complete line of strictly Holiday Goods ever offered in )cala
Our store is filled from one end to the other with lBeautiful and Isiful Hargains
suitable for Gifts and the Holiday Trade. Don't fail to inspect our stock and
COME EARLY WHILE YOU ARE SURE 10 FIND) WHAT YOU WANT.


Dolls


Albums


Stationery

Fi.I~n t oI js fS~ttin y oh ave .' allow I' x clai~tir. 'flu
han., kclir.t l' i it IinI- dj a.\ Blix P apier inr t.~
(-t.1 t vnni W j'r''on a (ImI-I~illstxnr o v t's.'t.


Chinaware


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Books

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T Elwonderful popularity of our Canh, Iy.t-part
ent leads us to believe that the Christmnas ea
son will tax our candy resources to tile Utmo1t. &t
have doubled and trebled our orders, but fully h lit

that we will fall short of supl)lyintg hl .':" T,
be sure of just what you want t;,r Chri,,sta1 t ,i
be advisable to place your orders not w,, th, t -c i, v
reserve them for you.




See Our Candies : l'r-ls. t- t,,

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Fertilizer Materials.
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he paper "Of the People, -or the People and b the People."----
The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.'"


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sesiw-' so sinl tw4.it I. lopmotiatit.fur-
a io"11% f o ~ r -1 ,t i glaiIist amg. I, '..4-.!tm
r. %,' 4 NHarit# amid s'iaaI1irw'nre-I
tia'-'cs~t 1118V LksIVIaruagiv fr-om Islandi
4.' ** a o.i.fib*-% ha vo- lwe"11 visit it'
1A K't.m.- p;vssl. f.- ir thte iamtt

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oral te U1141 rsmt
wla Walliafli Ktm4011as4kk, onme of the
0 -oid UiIawr" '.wINP ha. 4 kala saturday,
Sala qit, tig1i'pg't3Eotmviitia a reporrm-t-
atim"of thE' pawr mid that Martin
0. uwwrot-tiv~o, thattuisual this eser.
Thalit mull than aS tIUMIXI acmres
will 1w.' iianmtid to track farming.
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THE OLD RELIABLE



YAI


POWDER

7_EW IS M_ pW111TE

Thanksging in Ocala.
Thanks.mlving was almost univer-
sally observed in this city. Tihe cus-
tom is h,',ineisi more anid more iopl,-
ular at.,l inds I di is taking fa-t h l oi 4u
uitr people.
%Ne:arly all of the -'ort- were
4'. ed -, that the *lt-rk- rt s ul' prtoper-
ly et'i. !4y the ia-mu fr.,ii eitliertof thtlie iti'es.: there
-re nutiil 'm Thalnksgiving services of
t he I're-hbyteriau. Methodist anid lhtp-
li-t clhurchlies at the latter church aind
a Ititrx excellent sermon was preached
Iby Dr. Arthur Crane, the distinguish-
. 4 divine who has been holding revi-
val services here since Sunday: there
were Thanksgiving services also held
at (;race Episcopal church and those
who attended enjoyed a very beauti-
ful discourse by the rector, Rev. Henry
W. Little.
Donations were made to the poor.
Fruits and substantial articles of food
were distributed to them by generous
heart.Ad 1ople and in that way hal,-
pitae-. wa. carried to itlany homes.
Maiy iof our |*eoople .sent the day
tin the wood. huntiig. fishing and
driving an'i turkey dinners were the
ule anid noit tie '.\ e'pti l,) in al l
I.' 'ltie'. |
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Death o4 Mrs. Ear. Mark I
T i l- *?\ v.. ,:.,\. .--i,.y -i t' 1

iea'h of th :t <>\e tl.t iivtly h
"y*, ltil w ri'llA ,. li-. Mark a- Ii e
daughter of lion. .4 .-"rge ti. Math-
ewsV, anil tile wife of .Mr. V. EI. Mark,
and was altout twenty year%. of age.
S.he w:t- marriedd on the 1%tth of latst
lk-eemler. and tliough brief, their
marriage life was an exceedingly
happy one, and in her death a kindly
liwht 1*1- passed from us.
.Mrs. Mark lett an infant daughter
a fe.w hour- old.
I'ne ttwreaved young husband' and
either rei't.ivr- have lie iprifound
sympathy of our entire coitimunity.

'1 hie funeral ...er'vie- will take place
til1- afterimoo-ti t o'clockk from the
r-.-ilence oif 1r. a.nd Mr-. i. I.
Mark. andi the rt iaii.. will bie in-
t, ''d< in (Gleentwnotd cemetery.


Blown to Atoms.
The olI ilta that the (, tin,.- nt.l-d a Ipwerful, dra.sti. purga-
tiv- pill i>t;- !,elln explh (edt. for Dr.
King'. New Life Pill-. whirti are Ier
f.tlly hlarnmless, g+.ntly stinuilate liver
ami tiwel.l to exj el tWuoniou.s imattter,
rleatt-se tile y-teliii atid absolutely cure
I .-.tii,-l ti ion anid i .ik liheadache. Only
5 at Auti- Monopoly Drug Store. I
Little Cranford Standley Badly Burned.
(On Thanksgiving day, while sitting
on tile hearth at his houie striking
mat'l.hes. ('rantord, the three year old
a M of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Standley,
had hlis clothing to catch tire and be-
f. re a-,-,istanee could reach him, the lit-
tli f hlow was quite Iadly burned about
the legs. breast, neck and face. The
burns are very serious but fortunately
not fatal. The little sufferer and the
parents have the sympathy of the
whole community.
VW imn KowWat To oiAr Iraklam


Ocala High School Notes.
A very interesting program was
rendered by the Hoi Spermologuoi
Society Friday afternoon, November

Tile exercises commeneed by a roll
call, each member answering to his
or her name with a ituotati )n.
Next, Solu, "Old Folks at Home."
Herbert Counts read very interest-
ing essay about the Catholic church.
Next, Reading, 'The Preacher's
Mother," by Alice Richardson.
Frand Boolier recited "Mark
Twain's Watch," which caused much
laughter.
The school then sang, "Flow Gently
Sweet Afton."
Declamation, "Just His Luck," by
John Pelot.
Debate, lt.solved, That it Is detri-
mental for a man to lie good looking.
Affirmuative-Addie Cappleman, An-
nie tineu i-,.r.
Negative-Tillit Pastuer, Andrew
Faiu'iett.
Tl'he judke-, Jus-ie Palnmer, <'harlie
.Jfll"rdi and Roert IHurford decide jl
un.nini oul iy" in f.vor of the :inl'inia-
tii\\-.
The tirs-t joint nimeetin r of the two
.,ocietie, will ie lit-l1 next Friday af-
tertnoon, begilnning at I o'clock.
This will tbe a contest between cho-
sen students on each side iL recita-
tion, declamation, reading and de-
bate.
All patrons and friends of the school
are cordially invited to be present.
At the conclusion of the program,
Col. R. A. Burford will deliver an ad-
dress before the societies.
The students of the High School de-
partment sympathize deeply with
Miss Margaret Taylor in her bereave-
meut, caused by the death of her
aunt.
I-aeh day th," interest increases in
the coming event of tlie setsoni, the
play to be rendered by the High
School students on Friday night, De-
celmbler 1'tlh, at tile M1arait opera
hli iti-e. Ifx \ )u wi-h to havf- an h(tour's
lull, .* i i l '. l" w'i.-li tto ee
hOW V' \ t' W l art, c
ir yo'i1 :t!. a \wi- r' to tlhe
,8il- 0! ,' 11 i"t it 0 w'll ; i!" you
really l,"V 11- \vl-hi tlo e-e us -'Hc't','l*
in life. 'y beir-- bttter kdt ;catedi,
S ,i 'e : tlhil I )11'i fail tt i' )lll a il
bring your i, -t 'Iit i-I. A. .
Births.


The litume ,of M1r. aind Mrs. 1ult;h
lu)xon wa- uladdtlened by the arrival
ta' a little diauhter Friday Iiirlht.
A little dantighter al-,, arrived tihe
.-;titiie I;iv :l the home of Mr. and
.M rs. .Ii; 'row' I.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Hrio i Quiinei Tali-
lets, All ,lruggist- refuitl tie money
if it fail- to cure. E. W. (irove's sig-
ilti re I- 'i11 ,i m el boiX. 'o'2 1.
.'!arion ciiuntYi i- crowia ii over her
ioodl ro:tl-, alidl after re:ltiiimr the
Shtalt Bla:tin-r'- account of the progress
i. lha1: dir,'c.tion it appears that she
has amti plj' .it titli'a itli- for proudii.-s..
-r.\r-ia Nev-.
It Girdles the Globe
The fame of B'uckleni's Arnica Salve,
as the best in tlie world, extends round
the t artl,. It's the one Iperfect healer
of cuts, o'rtns, burns, bruises, sores,
sw-lds, iils, uilers, felons, aches,
pains and all skin eruptions. (Only
infallible Pile cure. 2ce a box at Anti-


Monopoly Drug Store.


A MAGNIFICENT HOLIDAY BAZAAR OPENS MONDAY, DECEM3ER Ist
AND CONTINUES UNTIL JANUARY Ist,


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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.


Diversion for Youqgsters


( ur twenty years of experience enables
us to make selections in this line that will
instruct and amuse the little folks. See
our tovs before buying elsewhere.


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Jewci ry


There's nothing nic -r for pre-''-nt- t i;:n
handsome jewelry. We ai'' -;.(:iim'rt'rs
for designs and value- itiit .v,' o' to co;ii-
terpart in this section.


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Toilet Articles


Haudsome articles that are useful.
unique in design, late in fashion and
cheap in price. See us before making
your purchases in this line.
Chinaware
Some articles are made for ornaments,
while others are made for usefulness, but
those we offer you combine the two, at
the price of one.
Leather Goods
"A stitch in time saves nine," and one
of our grips or bags will save you the
time and worry of borrowing ,,ne. ()ur
prices on these goods are "nailers."


Fige Millirery
We carry the latest o'reations from the
world's fashion centers. All this season's
new shapes and styles will be found in
our display. Prices ar' reasonable. too.
Mens' Hots ao)d Caps
A crown for all-not- royalty s kind. but
the easy, comfortable variety. We sell
only the kinds that are made well and
wear well.
UQderwear for Everybody
You build well in yv ur dress with ojr
underwear as a ba- Yt will ti- I it
durable in weLar andl '" t-tiall :r: I '.i-
fortabl in tit.


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FUNERAL

DIRECTORS.
-I-
Have tfalJltoca of Cofflnastitee and nur.a
dsnits of every demeription. special out'-ntlo
paid to barialkervice.
Embalming to Order,
Allor49rstr n :. *u i.ry, .
p e t I I'. -.1 T1
Notice.
I with to itifotln the public :tt l'r1re
in and around Citra, that after the
fithi of D)ecember. I will be perlialtilt-
ly located at (itr:. Fir., fir the Iprac-
tice of Medicine and Surgery. Any
one neediiig my profes-ional sIervic,.,
I shall be pleased to serve them, day
or nigihit, at any distance. Feniale
diseases a specialty. Eiiquir-e for me
at drug store of T. F. Harrison.
Yours for bIusitiess,
WV. B. VAI:';HAN, M. D.
11 2* Citra, Fla.


THE SEED TORE
114 East Bay Street, Jacksnville, Florida.
Full NMoek of

Garden and Field Seeds, P ns fq Bulbs'

POULTRY SUPPLIES-INTERNATI! SOIC FOOD

i White and Barred Plyn)outl) Roe's--- e!gian Hores.


FLORIDA RUBBER ST AMP WOR KS~
Mami"vafait-urer,4 of St-adm. Retioloer ho szxjp%%. S4-sem(ll. Auto-
DI rnplisiauum~p-o31amid -Sumpphi%. ski) .ue ia'Ito) ord-r fit i J
hoI4urs%. special attention to mail orders.
WVhena in tixe~city give us a call.
DI 224 MaIn?4trct-. Jac kaowns-ile, Fla.
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Did It Ever Occur To You

THAT when You refuse to insure Your life You don't take the risk? You must either pay a company to carry the
risk or force Your Wife and Children to do it. Don't they deserve the best You can do for them? I should
'hate to be myself a few minutes after telling you that they don't-that is if You are worthy of their respect. The Best
is none too good for them, and a policy in the STATE LIFE is the Best. Because what? Why, because the State of
Indiana always holds enough of the company's funds to pay off its liabilities whether the company be solvent or insolvent.
That's one cause. Here's the other [there are only two]. Because It Pays Larger Dividends to policy-holders than
any other company in the United States, thereby making its net cost the smallest. It's worth a year s premium on a
reV_- farl. ..-... T- --li%... 1r ..,- .., .. ,1:n1 nrn: +k at t-h;a etfoatqant un't. tri11. Now down to business. I am


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THE OCALA BANNER.1

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AS4 AKP "0 tHF iI'I HAS
Y'teIT% 61%10 % IN ii0 MAKII-
%14z4- WITH 11I~4F 44lMs'% PEOPLE,
A% lb 11- V144141 W11..i iF MADlE FOR
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th. Ocala
o."u where
- cods.


71Pftac tir..* .-1 'lA *-a ,r 441 fime teesston
vowut.'d Up toll amkgvi,.The
4.u~~t~f. M icet'at.1 q lie ther-


V 'e 1 140114" f r il ial! a% III *Ii IcIamn ion.

is T Ya'I sn'-0 tug 'stolltilm. :,(It Of I)4-

I. apwr'.I It t1I.- -t lohut one
Ofj, ri.cg1 1 v 1 Nit Iflat vr -.euutar-
1% r..Itstitmgp '--am Fr-tior011his


P 9 1t l .1I- in It'llrion-2 I ,'aaI111ii:SiOiI
as- elat e-1*1 ill" fjaf gitii'st 1tII..Louis-
k a. & N...ti- v I I- tIIA-. v I company
.04.u1141 f.or vomnlaticit of rule-s.

-1. Ir-I..r ala Mowilge- titert i.4pusjsts of
-wilc'aem vets-ela. fru'cue541m1, 75 tons.
1610141ittal %ale 114 11-M, C 'gig On at
YTraw-cm P4.prinato.FMot_ ipti! will last
I%- Uinpak. anti will reali?,..7-1 004N P W.

A i tt 3-i t of VuI I ia (v, irq Ia has lately
~-~.n ve ry ..cstlausma&tie 'over the
inbIMMt E 41f l5twer to. 1wederived from
arwwoooowel-..It vaim. -,VotaqS-inch
vel 4 14# Ist deep %will Ide vel -op -37) horse


The I niteattlatato- iral jury lat
16raw'01a ham. re-turtmd a true bill
soito J-w.. F.. Smithil, ftorm-ar editor of
lbM. V tv.ti.'e'Ilo .o ilt.?i I uttiollof that
Willow, SetmhtI- .amid.-r arrellat, and is
71'.w gout pi tbm.A "I 'L- 4 l4 1in
wo 9.ndkrm chain sel.rca.:',',r increms-
ietg th~ te- IIIm e- ;paper.
The li.#uor 'li .-tiin tns 1Ih-al up bte-
14ww il, w tAmriatai popltiv for sixty
7"an.or 1gamr. lout it k I ',I yet @up-
piiitot to I-- a dtaid i-sAue. Ditto thle
uncuht. It wa- a liv. --.- % :mea Henry
C ty ws- a ) soutihtul -4tailt-l-mxac and is
1st deadl Yet. Afivr link two trials
St a~4isoly tile "1401-y 4ipat-i ic'all that it
BU'lm4 to 1lee 'had4. "'lme lone'v
qu~t ion i.sd41"41lie "1-W ic-'-tci ey itself
a MAll peteast, X141II.l mh.tm-Y -s.'%te that
1*wI ne3sw) ju.-st.ticlvii ca-s.. not be dis-
SuYilloool. and we tile i-s-u- at once lies


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OUR SUNDAY SERMON. O""""'"'

BY THE EDITOR. TH WORLD |


Perhaps no part of the bible is so
often misunderstood, misinterpreted
and harmfully misconstrued as that
portion which likens sinners to the
goats and christians to the sheep;
that verse in James which says that
religion, pure and undefiled, is to
keep one's self unspottedd from the
world."
"Separate yourselves from the
world," is a favorite theme with
many preachers.
Why should we rail against this
world as if it were an enemy to man?
The things of this world, as if they
were in constant antagonism to God?
This world is the handiwork of God.
All that in it is is his. There is not a
thing in it that was not foreordained
and fashioned by him. He made
tree and plant and flower. He gave to
the rainbow its coloring; he painted
the lilly; he tinted the skies; he filled
the woods with warbling songsters.
We awake in the morning and the
whole horizon is illuminated with the
brilliant rays of the sun as lie rises in
hii splendor over the eastern bills.
There is reflected in thle dew drop a
beauty unexcelled.by any Raphael.
As he -asses the meridian and sinks
to his slumber this glorious orb leaves
a flush of coloring .whind him that inll
all ages has given inspiration to poet,
painter, idealist.
Why should we separate ourselves
from a world like this? With fresh-
ness and beauty everywhere around
us, above us and beneath us, why
should we shut ourselves up in some
dark cloister, bruise our bodies,
scwurgelour backs, in order to obtain
favor in the eyes of one who has
shown his lave of adoration in a way
altogether more sane and beautiful ?
And what is the example of Christ?
Did hettseparate himself from the
world ?
Not at all.
We find him visiting among all
classes and condition, of men.
His mis-ion was to lift men up to
higher and nobler heights.
How could he do this by separating
himself from the world and not com-
ing in contact with it?
The long distance telephone is
rarely used in the ljwrformanice f
deeds of charity, mercy, benevolence,
valor, heroism, patriotism.
To lift up men and women in their
stumbles arid falls in life's meander-
ings we must be somewhere in the
vicinity of their temptations.
Doleful faces, long prayers, severe
lamentations,beatingone's breast, fall-
I ing on one's face do not count for
much in the line of benign adoration.
These forms of worship cannot be
the most pleasing to God because they
do not denote a high form of intelli-
gence.
*In his dominion over every living
thing that walks or creeps the earth


what boots it to man if
and the bugs along his
show their adoration, fall
their faces or stand erec't
legs?
If the heart, the mind.
conscience, are educated
lines, God will care
outward folnms, aind all


the beetles
pathway. to
prone upon
upon their


the 'oul, the
along right
nothing for
through his


earthly career Christ emphasized no
facts more than these.
"(;od so l()ovol tite w.rld." i- what,
the I ihle -ayv-. and tlili-. lrt-i of it
wh\vlt-re--in wa- ,' let ai'd : r.-l.- anll
pitfallI- -re.-atet. are- ti-v pi:,' I "lurist
thought lic ,-t :ll liei-d ,! -111 ,*hr'-.--ml '.
S. ihIucn h u tv i !1hri-t hieIi-' '" ilth tI w.
world, a-'o'i t:Thinf- if tie- \kit tlat lie w:t- -. i,,i a "wiie,-- ii.ber"'
a "'sabb.a.th. eVt.Ae-i .


to be done on the Sabbath day?
Of course they would.
At no time in his remarkable career
did Christ show the least symptoms
of being a bigot.
He was liberal, broadminded and
tolerant in the noblest acceptation of
those terms, and, in the highest de-
gree, charitable of the faults and
weaknesses of sinful men and witmen.
Why, he did not even condemn the
woman who was taken in the very
act of adultery.
But while lie gave her his forgive-
ness and his blessing he told lher "to
go and sin no more.."
He was not rigid in his severity.
There was but one clas- of men
against whom Christ's indignation
was thoroughly aroused andM1 it was
against those long faced fellows who
carried on their countenances the
brand: "I am Holier than Thou."
Those men whom lie denounced as
hypocrites, who -tood on the street
corners uttering long prayers and
afraid to mingle with the world for
fear of being contaminated by it.
Those women who gathered their
skirts closer about them as they pass-
ed others along the streets no more
sinful than themselves.
We do not believe that it is God's
method to give man eyes and punish
him for s-eing, or ears and punish
him for hearing.
He that "hath ears to hear let him
bear," and "eyes to see let him see."
That is the command.
Is it possible that in his very crea-
tion (;od ihas given man certain appe-
tites and shall punish him for gratify-
ing them.
God cannot be unjust.
But this sight, this hearing, these
appetites, must be gratified and satis
tied in a reasonable, rational and in-
telligent manner-not as dumb
brutes.
License is not liberty-abuse is not
gratification.
God fashioned man in his own
image aud he must be like God, verb.
God.
In II Peter, and in other chapters
of the sacred volume, we are told how
this is to lie done.
VWe must obtain knowledge, for
knowledtie is power.
We must exercise virtue, temper-
ance, patience, charity, love.
Why?
Because these thing-s make life
worth living.
If men had continued the practice
of locking themselves up in cells ani
cloisters, scourging their backs and
mutilating their bodies, under the
false notion that these things are
pleasing to God, what today would .be
the condition and the outlook of the
world ?
Does any one bIelieve that it would
be fit for human habitation.
The world is ours. It was created
especially for us. Mlan was given
dominion over it. Over the beasts of
the lield. thle fowls of the air, and tlhe
fithes of thle sea. Over every creeping


thing.
The world wa- given I t us
enjoyment. It is our du'y to


for our
make it


more beautiful to men and mn(or'
plea-inL to ()od.
)De-pite Plharisai-in. Pitritanis:it,
fantatici -:x, into)leraince trirat p*,-rstiu-
tioi ill evriy form, ilan lIa- 'Ione that
ami i!- doing it today.
Think you that ('opernicu-, Ilruno
a"ll' ti a, ill ateMnII iitu to explore
;:la ex \tai: tihe mt- nystri(- of life artd
crteatiom,. tlie liarui|'iiy o'- thli- spheres.
tlh.-- l-.i-rial formn of the earth, a id
I the ,utl rfly lufvemn-n t of tlhe heavenly


or born, with atlas or telescope, with
fulcrum or printing press, with anchor
or electric cable, with steel rails or
arc lights, with love or labor, to en-
large the boundaries of knowledge
and gratify all the senses of pleasure ?
The world is man's and as he was
given dominion over it, it is his duty
not to separate himself from it, but to
stand by it, he with it, of it, aud in
it, and his highest purpose should be
to make it more pleasing, beneticent
and beautiful in the eyes of his Crea-
tor.
This paper has made arrangements
to receive and will publish in its
Wedune-dtiy morning's issue a full
synopsis of President Roosevelt's mes-
4hir. It is an important document
and will, we know, he read with in-
terest. The patrons of the 0-;ala Ban-
ner will read it as soon as the read-
ers of any other morning paper In the
I'nited States.


ITCHING


HUMOURS

Complete External and Internal
Treatment, One Dollar.


CUTICURA

The set, consisting of Cuticura
Soap, to cleanse the skin of crusts
Sand scales, and
soften thethick-
~.r ened cuticle,
Cuticura Oint-
ment,to instant-
ly allay itching,
irritation, and
inflammation,
and soothe and
heal, and Cuti-
cura Resolvent
Pills, to cool and
cleanse the
blood, and expel
humour germs.
A Single Set, price $1, is often
sufficient to cure the most tortur-
ing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
blood humours, rashes, itchings,
and irritations, with loss of hair,
when all else fails.
MILLIONS USE
CUTICURA SOAP, aesj'dtedi by CITICURA
OINTMENT, the great skiln cure, for pres.rv-
lug, purifying, and beautifying tlhe kinm for
cleansing the scalp ,of ru-st, .ales,'I antl datn-
drtiff. and the ostoplng of failing hair. for
softenilng, whitening, anl %,Pothilng red, rough,
and sore hands, for babyv rashes, Ithings,
and ohaflngs, and for all the I urpotsemof the
toilet, bath, and nursery. Millioilii of Women
use CITICURA SOAL' n the form of bathl. for
annoying Irritation-, intliiniiatioins, and ex.
'orlatioins. or too free or offensive persplr.
action, in the form .sf walies. for ulh'orative
weaknes-es, ani tfor many anative, anti.e.ptic
purposes which reailily suggest themsnielves
to women, especially mothers.
CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS
(ChwolateCoate area new. tasteless. olour-
less. ecolntlomial htlitiite for tikhe ce(lerated
li iti CI(''TI'C'RA IF.aL-VENT' ,a* well as for all
other nlood purifiers and hiunioure ures. eut
up itn plket vials, 60 doses, price, 'ie.
Soldthroughout the world SoAr. OC.. T0' T.r S e.
PILLS., 'C. British Depot: 1'-A. Chtrierhoi.oe I. Lon-
don. French Depot: Rue e 'a Paiz. Parois 'fTlK
DZro A u CusM. Cuar., sole Propi. iOStoD U. 8. A.

Ocala the Place,
Orala proo,-ses to nmnake a bid for
the next state fair. Ve hope she will
he successful. It is jut is the proper
place for thle fair and would make the
fair an undoubted suoTeews. The Seriii-
tropical Exl'position held there several
years au. and which lasted for some
time was ontie ,of th lest affairs of the
kind ever known in ilhe state. Mum-
ter eirnty had a most creditable tis-
play there and there is no ilUfStion
that thle benefits deriv-d from that
display are still apparent in our coun-
ty.-Sumter county y Times.
S'TA'.'E F OF" IO, ( I Y OF ToL-F:l>)O.:o
LIUCAS f u'N'I jY. '>"
FKANK J. ('IENEY nlakSK., o:th that
lie is tihe senior poarttie(r of thle firm ot
F. J. I'IENEI ,." ( ')., ,l4 .,(1 bL: usiiceI S ini
th1'(ityof 1' olled,, 'oult v and state
aforesai aind s1aid tSire will Iay the
sU o. ONE lt11 .li:-I) DOLLARS
fair eahe and every case oef (atarirh
tlat tannoit Ite ctlred y the ulse otf

Sw ornc to lne-fa)i,' '!11' a si -iii a,.,''imithed
in liiy ]sme'.-,m-"-,, ttci-. b;I dlay of I)e-
r,-illlIr, A. D. !'";.
seal. A. ( ;. <; .I-:O( N.
J >''.''ary l'ualli'.
Hall's' ':ctt "' ('aur.- i- takei! iltt r-
It:ll\" hini *'-; n~t,','v !y t~l' hc iilno!


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DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE, CUT AND

WIRE NAILS. PAINTS

OILS, VARNISHES, AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD,

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS, EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-


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PLANET Ju. (;R)O'VE!C (' L.

TIVATOR.i. ALL KINi'

OF GARDEN T,'I.S.,
COOK ING SI O V -.S

HEATERS, (GRANITE

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LERY, IRON ANI )STEEI.

BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS.


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LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES


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VE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. UnItem we get
good meat we may as well let
E/^ ^it alone. There is no strength
Sin tough meat- instead of giv-
N" t ing, it takes strength to digest
bit. It pays to lie careful in
buying meat-he sure to get
:rthe best-tender and ehoi,'e.
Pay a little more if n"eed le and

put something in your stomniah
S" which will put flesh ot, yor

"p.s bones and strong bIlood in your
heart.

EDWARDS BROS.
%talls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.


SCOM IERCIAL BANK, OCALA
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[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacknll

C APITAL 850,000


Accounts of Firms, Corporations and I>lividlual..sli,.it,-l.
Prompt Attention to all Buine4s Enitrustel to, ,,r (,are-.
Exchange Bought and xeld.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT

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It is the right of everychild
to be well born, ndto the
parents it must look for
2 health and
pi happiness.

c vably great
-- tis the parents' ".
important that 14,
responsibility, and how i n that

qUl UU to be transittedto the helpless ch little tody wii th n"t
pitl ein iand marking itS little bod, with ff n
pitiable sufferdt. weak eyes, glAndlul.Lr
sive sores and eruptions, catarrhof thenoseand throat
swellings, brittle bones, white swelling anttle sufferet and not rr
How can parents look upon such little su wrle and not rehyou **
themselves for bringing so much misery into the w ell d v If you .
any disease lurking in your system, hcw can you erxCt well devr..
healthy children ? Cleanse your own blfod ath enymd buildentupof the plealth.
you havenotonly enlarged your capacity tsowe to posterty, ane n: .t
of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to po ty. an
mankind healthier and happier. lec -t ated. stnht.rn h. -,1
There is no remedy that so surely reaches epwat(. stti rn h lrn-.t.ry
troubles as S. S. S. It searces (,tit fr.n the ur' -L.try
Spoison Sand removes every paintt fr... tcr1..
and builds up the general lhralth If .s
are growing up around you. righl.t the wn it
putting them on a course of S S S it 'nte it i
a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects.and an be take
by both old and young without fear of any bad results..
Write us about your case, and let our physical sadv' e aon' bhelp you.
ThiS will cost y_- nothing, and we will also send our book on bld -an4
skin diseases. T i nri, # rW rCIFIC CO., Atlame. eoj


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all ilia, to due its the way of rever-
4.01 asaid gnauat1 nmannef from man to
wemmsia. tOwn amtne van tint umow' on ask
taims. I- mmsoitir what h in*s comI d oI -
110u"tst. arv worlin toef.bi't toeing sO o 101851
Uml i -ths tlisem I have firetjutimtly
beau-s very o-tiaol-lse. ougtmt-to-ktmaaw-
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her.
Mrs. Harris is .2 years old, liut has
tihe ap|~earan has lived for soele years with her
ton and his family, consisting of him-
'elf, wife and two children. Shie hiAl
no worries, her son said, and she was
in good health. He and his family
had noticed no mental disturbance in
his mother, aid she seemed to the
happy and contented. Mr. Harris
thinks lhis mother has met with an
accident, and is in some hospital a.
a.n unknown person.
Miss Bessie Oenham Makes Her Bow
to Society in Savannah.
Mi-- I ,',-hi' l tialiti ha was f- rnr:llyv
introduced to Sav*Inn-.lh .,iety t ,Von-
i tv afternoon anil evtiliga at a re-
* ., l i. i t'tv i a' ti lit-Iial hi itime
in I alh il-*l -tr. UI .-civint wt-re
Mr-. W. KN. 1 -iilioii. MI- Dtenhila
and Mi-s ?.-'^ l>lh-aim Tlios-e wl
a,.sitedi it irvin tl~ re.fra-li eintl -
wa-re Mlr-.' .hesn" -. \\ vyly..ir. ..Mr-
-ld.lred ti .,- !i-. l. M r-. L t- it 1 1:.id *
1i-. ,. *'' ri'i.t aw d !Mr-. F
F. ('a!> ';'. i-'I t. W '!4 vi- i-itili"
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TOE BVILWING OF A CITY. I _____


reverenee is Ull that reminds one of
the true, heartfelt reverence that In
due, and was, we are told, in the
l*Iden time conceded to a worthy wo.
man, then religion and. woman had
better endeavor to find a more suita-
ble habitation in some one of the, as
yet, untenanted fixed stars. (;ivn in
heroie domes to the almost habitual
di,-i.mner of such fulsome trash, they
would he more than likely to kick
like eoltl or fly to their guns as in the
other ease. But are the men folks
altogether to blame for this state of
affairs? I fear not. Like draws to
like: or. as the old Scotch song has it:
*\V::Ar y(e e" a Hislhop,. John.
"Tn 'p.- n1 far awa. "
Given the aniuser, the aniusa- must
:tl-o te -aiven. A.nd 'its even so with
your tigahtive and affirmative in con-
i.',-tilti with the suibject in hand. So<
v. ur ('happie, and frequently your
ulorv- than average wis-e mall, will
eat-lik-, purr themselves into har-
niony with themselves ty muttering
ini a **-If-.consoling way, "What can a
f ll,,w do, vy fo-ll,,w d'o?:'" The mammon in this
,6;incU4l<1tilo will Inmost urely "win his
way where -.ra.llhs might despair."
'so the delu-mon goee on, "Deceiving
anild iing dt'ceivtel." I hope we shall
hear niure from Kiekere-s. Such
letters a.s her last have tonic virtues,
and though thf- fish that are indige-
aitin- lao thlet mud will only give a wal
14I, exp-re sive 4,f di'omffort, and t uset-
1tl. deelwr into s~idt mud when they
hear her voice. tho-e who may have
,iiIl|o>(el therein tlirhrmu h av-ident, or
the foree of surrounding eircunai
-aii'es'. will ri-e to her call andl follow
h,-r though 1wradveniture afar ofI.
Tlit-re lote many yet. Kiekere"s, wiho
would rather be keepers of the
(iat-,.of Zilon than dwellers in the tents
af -ini. Yea, I have known some who
have twen so out of tune with them-
,o.lveiand surroundings in this con-
inection, that they would have thanked
such as I take Kiekeress to he, to kick
them there. TEF:K BHAT.
Strikes a Rich Find.
"'I was troubled for several years w ith
**hron i iaility," writes F. J. Green, of Lancas-
ter. N. H., "No remedy helloed me un-
til I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
mnedicines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says IElectric Bitters are
ijis splendid for female troubles: that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run down women. No other
medicine can take its place in our
family." Try them. Only .-ii. Satis.
fa tion guaranteed by the Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. 1
a Sanmferd Woman Missing.
.Ioel Harri-, a wealthy owner of or-
ange and celery grounds in Sanford,
Fla., living in handltone apartment-
in the Avondale, No. "S West Nilnety-
secotd street, New York, has asked
the police of that city to help hinm
find his mother, Mrs. Margaret Harris,
who lived with him. She went out
for a walk on Sunday. Novemnb-er lfh,
and nothing hai' since been heard of


S A. STANDLEY & CO.,

OCALA, FLORIDA.


In Our Repository

We have more Buggies. Wagon- and Harness than ever, and can
suit the ideas and tastes of everybody. You can always find
something to please you here, and o.ur prices are very low, and
our godts always reliable. ('Come to -e us or order by mail.


Our Livery Stable

Is one of the most perfietly equipped in Florida, and we invite
everyllody to come to see us when needing any kind of livery
service. You will get flue teams, good service and prompt atten-
tion, andl 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
hiu'td at all times mules and horses of every description, and sell
at the lowest posible prices. When in the market corne to see
us. and we believe we will bie able to serve you better than .any-
boady else.


S Ti TIi }iK I.IN'% VF 1: '1 V' .1" l; t.N-T CI.-lENI.V A-~- .oCIATE D WIT'm AI. I
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S. A. STANDLEV

Opposite the ()cahla Iouse, : :


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Ocala, Florida.


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To the Ladies:


The founding of a city was the
greatest aspiration of some of the
most remarkable men in history.
And unless all the conditions are
favorable the building of a city is not
a holiday pastime.
Along these lines we have had some
experience.
For more than thirty years we have
tried to build a city of Ocala.
With this end in view we have
worked in season and out of season.
It seems to us we have not left a
stone unturned, and yet todsy we
have not as many leopleas are crowd-
tdinto a single.huilding in some of our
larger cities.
What is the explanation for it?
As a rule peninsulas, the world over,
have the deni est populations.
(4Walla is centrally located. It is
'nidway between Jacksonville and
Tampa. It 1P in the richest and most
elevated section of the state. It is in
(lie phoslphate region and turpentine
itel't. Before the great freeze it stood
first in the production of oranges. It
is easily accessible. It has good edu-
eational and church facilities. The
climate is wild and everything is con-
dtucive to longevity and happiness.
ilhy isn't Ocala a city?
The great hindrance, we are told, is
railway freight discrimination.
(Car this thing he reiiedied, and if
so, how ?
WV'ater a-omipetition, we art- told, is
our only safe-ty.
Why don't we put our wit., together
and niake Silver Spring help us out
of our trouble and aid u- in our am-
bition to become a city?
Why t1not annex it?
There is in the law took what is
called "legal fi'tions."
Why not apply the "fiction of the
law" to this annexation? If not act-
ually a part of Ocala, let us make it
fictitiously a part of us, but make the
fiction of the law legal enough and
binding enough to be recognized by
the railway authorities.
Out in California city corporations
extend out into the country for a dis-
tance of five miles where there is not
a house nor an inhabitant. The
towns are given room to grow.


KIDNEY CURE,
There is no disease so insinuat-
aIng, so slow but sure, as kidney dis-
ease, or so wide-spread. The symp-
toms are so slight as to generally
escape notice.
The first indications appear in
the urine, with varied effects. The
quantity may be Increased or de-
creased; it is likely to be highly col-
ored and scalding; it may be pale
or thin, or thick and milky with a
sediment. Later on more pro-
nounced symptoms will be present,
such as dizziness, bloating, etc.,
with marked bladder and urinary
disorders.
Poisonous waste matter is collected
by the blood from all parts of the sys-
tern and carried to the kidneys, where
It is separated and cast out through the
urine. The kidneys deal with the blood
only, deriving nourishment there-
from. Hence. If the blood is bad the
kidneys are not only overworked bu.
underfed. How necessary is It. there-
fore, that the purity and vitality of the
blood should be maintain ed. It is plain
why the great blood purifier and
strengthener-Dr. Charter's Iron Tonic-
has been successfully used in treating
kidney diseases and in preventing same.
In purifying the blood the kidneys are
greatly relieved, while, at the same time,
new strength and vitality are given
these organs. The following letter tells
a very old story:
PINE KNOT, KY., June 25, 1902.
The Dr. Harter Medcine Co., Dayton, 0.
GENTLEMEN: I had a severe case of
typhoid fever six years ago, which left
my kidneys in bad order. I have tried
a number of remedies and taken treat-
ment from doctors, but Dr. Harter's Iron
Tonic has done me more good than
everything else. C. CORDErLL,
Merchant and Mine Operator.
There are thousands of just such
cases as the above that are treated
without results because they are
wronily treated. Mr. Cordell's
condition resulted from an exhaust-
ing fever; the kidneys, as well as
the rest of the system, had been
wasted by disease. No wonder Dr.
Harter'siron Tonic proniptlycured,
because it purified and enriched the
blood, and such blood carried new
strength and vitality directly to the
kidneys and to all the organs.
FOR ALZE VITWEBZ.L


Why can we not do likewise?
Annex Silver S.pring and obtain
freight rates on a water basis and it
will not be long before we shall cover
the distance between the two places
with buildings and business enter-
prises.
The tentative, putative, and so far
as we know the real and only owner
of Silver Spring is Mr. H. L. Ander-
son, andr( surely he has wit and genius
enough to engineer a scheme of this
sort through to a finish.
Let us hear from him.


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FI'NNI WINMt. WHISWTiB and BRANDIBB.
My $2,oo Rye or Bourbon at ... ................. $1.75 My $4 oo Gin at................... .. ............... S .g
My 2.50 ................. ...... oo My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at .
My 3,00oo .............. 2.;6 My 2.50 *. M t n Dew('orn at 2.*
My .oo .......................... 3.oo My 3.00 "oo
M y 2.00 Gin at ................................... 75 M y 4.00 .. ..
My 2.50 ............................................. 2.00oo My 4.00 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 jugs. Half-gallon jugs. I
-gallon jug. 15c, 2-gallon jug, 25s; 3-gallon jug. 35c: kegs. 1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I give good.hew
est goods and full measure,
A trialorder wilt convince you that"wearethepeople." Termi>cash withtheorder.
Yours.anxiouwtooleae. J. F. EDW ARDS.


JAS M.GIRAHAM, President. (;EO.W.HYIIE, Vice l're



The First National Bank

OF GAINESVILLE.
The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
S'apital ....... .. ... ......................4.. : 4 1
Surplus anl Undivided Profits........................ .m .
Does exclusively a banking buisine-s, with fa,-ilities ,ipial to iiy baniik in tilhe
state. Soli,'ts the a.-eouints of Farmers, Merc-hmaitmt, I'airl,'oralii-'ns.
Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangements. All itusinme-0
tranis-tted promptly.


T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SEED CIOMPirANY,

Gainesville, Florida.


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

Guaranteed True to Name and to Germinate.


BIg o1lone Lettlmuce.
We are pushing this Standard va-
riety as in former years, for it is the 1
Iltst Lettuce for market gardening.
LoIl I.lWand Grow.n ('ai.bage
.keMl. .
WVe have all varieties. This has al-
ways given results highly sati-sfctory
to the grower and consur er.
ter misuda Oi iohn Nem d.
\Ve have seq-ed this season of our own
importatioaon, :and 'utomniers can fe-l
assured there i t-nosne lobetter.
ItMuk I Ford C'ailitmO:tlhtop.
()ur -"-di is grown f.r 11- i.-citilly :at
ln.'- F', 1 'olor.talo. T n- e fruit ( ,
rie miai,-Ot ,-elicat ll I \-'r of any (.It!t t:,-
Iol l, a tna :ilw ..,.- t r in,- t1i ,i .i l] -t
market pri-a.
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\T,:v trs a-rli t-r !om vai -n attiv ~
L ,i-' pZ~a ti -rto'aA '-iati-factiauii a a
fo~lartr time J;.-'livey~ears.


For spring planting. Th'le old staind-
ards: Warwell Wax ttleni, Valentine
Bean, and i-Extra Farly {t. fugee ilan.

Triumptli, Maud S., anid all other
leading variti"e.
Egg Platei.
(Genuine lHighi Bu-hi, the only va-
riety that stand. the oldi an will
bear shipploiit uviler aslimno: all c'ir-
Yaark wrii'e: "I cain met more for
tisi- .varie-y after th,-y have tieein
kiioa-ketld arounitl th- -stere a wee-k
thit for iany tott r ion arrival."
Tiaarna;i-' ( 'il. I'-tuiiarkjtl.. for it-

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FARM TOOLS, HARDWARE, TURPENTINE SUPPLIES.


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BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,

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All Gold and Silver

coined by the mints of the
United States in o1901 multi-
plied by two and one-half, does
not 'qual the assets of Tht
M.t::uil Life Insurance Com-
p..: ot New 1York.
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Til. TI '. L LirE INS'URANCI
C- 'VIA\Y OF NE:W .oRK
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H :', : .- '\. k Agent. tca:a F.a.


POSSIILIlTIES OF TNE INDIAM WAR
CLAIMS FUND.



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at It t'-' is. ith fritnd of

i .' .,:.1. rfi"i fndowrd
4 .:, s.:- i,; t h, ,le -- in entroll-
.. *a w intoay an in p t .: t: .) Nl ,n trol; iam -
; r':"; : '.'- A powerful s,4-tii-h-
Is --. t o'i,.l t w r~wor-4, p.-rvade-
t rti, W hio, w :1 bte thle friend of
t- ;~"4" :v .ntot three -ate when the
n. :.,. :g---at l ui to ain appr.1pri-
at, ,. '* *,. u-,y. the letil-Ature a- a
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to local rural SOh.,,ou, o that the chill-
dr. tiof the Ip.le will ,it, h\avetotrav-
el muil-.s and great di-t:ant*e.' through
the fore.-ts to attend them. I have no
fault to fud with the etlort. ,f the
-late in trying to educate he-r childrenn .
Ti e public schooling of the ,'hl.lirtau
i- a- go,, a- the people cant altl;rd..
In fact. i- better. The thoun-and- ')f
cli:ludrtiin who ret free rudimeneary
I t-.li'-ation i-. a lQ monumllent of lihe t'
I tlt- .,it-ro-ity of th'-e who p-Ytv taxes
f',i that purp.-e. Tn-e tate calinrt, prto-
4r1le-" ulU'h 'nI elducIti',ual lint-- until
il.tre art-e n're :and ulii.zer tax-pyt-sr-.
ptopullatin is- the tir-t. lat and
greate-t neel of the .-tate. \Vl-n u e
hatve a pipulatin siulli'iently itv riT,
tlitu all the .tliter things that w need
wili bte added unto us. In popu.ition,
we have only a ue-t egg now; but a
a Inet egg ii- not worth iuch when
the hens have quit laying.
The population mainly that came
to us from 1Is:.- to 10' is an absolute
detriment to bothl the white and black
people of the ftate. The only hopes
that we have from the injury is that
that increase i- only temporary. A,,
sO'n. all the phosipL.te. lumber. tur-
pt-ntinue-the e*-ential thiiitm that naf
Stuire ha; placed htre fr hol,)e use--is
va rrite-l oilto the fu .i' rttr- of the
-a:: i. :,t le -e lh t '.t "i i ;,* .- >t' .! :1-
: Iif '*::: -t'l a: i. i el act l to our
\ :v, ..14.>; ji' ern** t ;r. ***!-
it'" w ; I ,,. I :t.: i Ile tree-. I'.. -
t jl .,tI ho't ., tit.% :: ''l;l!;ta lll tf \'i ;f
S"t'i. nnll' the yV i .'li .ill- -"*
SU-:. a.d t'e i:u of i.t:it li .'r
S ", I Tre-- ai. d :;i. *iar- i p, -- .1 i -
t -ti ritiniue t '-, it evid'tc!i'e of the-ir
er,-twhile pre-tn i''.
Eliminate fromin our populatio'i the
colored nieln. wortneu and chill'rein,
and then call the r.A l of white men,
w,.ouen and children, and the simul-
tant,-u- answer would not make an
e'ho in the next county .
The permanent coii.red population
is u-eful and ,.tn .be made a ble-ingug
to the state anil to themselve- if we
have more white people. The neero
.-edl- more whi.lte neighbors to -tim-
IlIIte himn loi lin e- of civilization and
thrift. A- ;: i- he i- getting hi- civ-
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Some Very Pretty Piatures.'
There are ou exhibition some very
pretty pen anti ink sketche", the work
of Mr. Eugtene P,-zier, in the window
of Mr. T. B. Snyier's haberdashery.
One of the-e plicturet depicts a "o.uth-
erm reput-licau in C19'4;" another a
young man the "next day after
Ctristm-a-:;" anotherr i. a picture of a
student ,Lf the litrnuatiouail School of
CorreSpontilei: .. aud .till another and
the tet-t .f aii rtpre-.nt-i tihe arti-t and
lI- w if- r-+i, Ii^ "*,,.;: ti,'t' j,%plper." j
the o -ai. j.; i y i'> .ii.>'r."
"TuK-i i, t.,!r- ':akf. h.- an h',,le are
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D I/;e i V ..i v ry ti.-:;lte-i arilt and
thl- wo,'"A wAli 'te :h. i -! i he de,
n,,t !i :i -" it iii ::'f x .,rt.

'!e Il'-ii ,a T itiune Ii- inl-talled
: i- nw \',iN p-rfet :i:i pre..- and
when it gts all i- italltlline'ry :Aljus-
led xtIi iii wrKiiin: order it will be
about the best eIeuitppedi new--paper
ofti.-e, in th,- -tate. Edlitor Stovall in
addition to mniking a gml), paper of
the Trit-une. is tryiiji his haud at
makir..g ; govern,,r for the state out of
Editor Harri,. of ()aia -Volu-ia
County Recor'i.


Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
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BEST BREAD
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whole-oine. A few -i'. iutterctid I ai
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Ordi-.s for Bread, etc., can be u more
qatifa.'torily tilled by


BENUS' BAKERY
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NOTION ANYTRUST
M.any n< w ; p.-r L. ha v :.tt'.y t vit'n 'u"rr''nt'y
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:OCALA. FLORIDA.


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Phuntr l e Rye .............. .,
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P ul nilan . I.(,,,
K v -stone Ryve.gal.........s:'.,l,
R c-lle Isle ..* ...... .. ...- '
Ph,-,sphate Rye. ........... :- ."'*
Puritan Rye............... 4.00
Strauss ":; Rye... ....... 5.51
Turkey Mo'untain ('orn. gal 1.T5
Murray Hill Corn.......... 2.50
Old Harvest Corn-......... 3.50
Old Harvest Corn. bottle... 1.00
Straus" ':' Rye. full quarts
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Price List

Before You.

Buy Whiskies:


SCorner Ft. King and Ma gnolia St.
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STRAUSS & CO.


WHISKIES

AT WHOLESALE PRICES


P. i2 .I. 1-.Wo'a(!oOA. (Ctni. Mgr. C S. T ,*'.U -b
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Dealers In and manufacturers of-
Yellow PIinc LUmber Rough and D~ressed
F'h,orinw Ceil.(ii i w, Sidizuz, Lath, -Shiiigl s., 'Turnedil Wili-'ter-', Newvkl., ( .iujiiaii.',
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Fp*"dI, Tahites atid Kitch.-n Ta',ie,!,. (yp'ret.... Tan~k%, any ie
Al-o~avor-nt'- for: Colt'-i A'etylene G-isGetier~cinrfor uiaking rthe rhemwo,*
%T141 i it 00.Patto'01 M -uiiproof lPaints, Brushes, Eit-. Pittsb~urg lPlate.
(;k--; (Thlipii'v. Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished.
THE CENTRAL LUMBER CO., P. 0. BOX 951, OCALAFLA.


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a *Wows UBM's gS,,ttrs t~m
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flood fr d. Waetnma.
to .A~ of .4w tthe (kale Baner.
It m.boo u. misme Utie sitwe the
olgwebag linfficted anything Upon
yv w y 4pJor reader". The Ban ri.r
f@gw UWUuISFI? SaCwCIr-otjc visAitor
and a movi-a~ta.1 ro-smAiq-r 4of the hajejey
dayo e4so 1' '1& thsi. '.ajT.-Y fui. A


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sVAi I acquiredli t. rimiA

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the minimum coet, make rates of
freight one half for immigrants. The
railroad companies are in a Imsitionn
to build up the southern country.


which in th- near future, would result
in untold busiuesa to th#-ni. Will
they do itor will they continue their
94iort sighted course until the govern-
mueut im toried to come to the rt-ciw.
Until the people d.-mnard the-ir just
rights lby legislation, gR)40.1W&R(uii ro~ads
are a tntet-sity auid I am pleaded to
i.fftive that the Banner alwav?- [ L-a~
Lroo'l %ortl ill favor tif themn.
I f g'm i.l r, aa '1- uA n ie t be 'ii -thi z4d
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P T-~--cat\ '%--*1. t itrra
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vort, t- art-ful Itiole!takt ii.wi ndeiz

Mr. J. H Bt'r is p.Lileazitizl.u ou)t


M r. A. W. 11. 1 Las j i:ie I te 'j, lI
1, t id, and umal t.tI t e e'et -r of c4'a ter-


t rvneii orr niii4, 11in 1,ir-t 4- las!, ,tyvI e.
Uik le Jite ~v- him tile right Ihi rd Iof
f.'l.'-lap. ut fr- .zu-*'I tpjlear2In(,e-
lie i-ialreahlv tired 4)f' azi 'Cand

'isitrv Ihe s ivini. a le~ kill iii i
t! !,itsarid the ceolfi -t''razte 1w';fie are
v'ery ninrli g't ra! tie't lAt We i.-p efsi.et-




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att"ACt ~le iiil Let"Ali A-1he is e 'tfteii
sendriviniiZ ~in tnat dirtItctii li.
A lari'ge cniwdl(if youzic pejeple cii-
qOv.t-41 a jdpl .'tit evenling at Y r. L~. 1).
:,tttke-.' vante izai-ind Ioi-elay.
Nir, .1. TI. ITe5ade a tlvinir trilp to


Mr. J~ciM'e fHeciter. wa-
viewing the &.eautit- of aitcr-r-ile
'I' Ue~day.
MIr. Jot' Wilkliam- ,t'K-trig 13rl.
wa-. in qour little i'url'.z.--.sday.
[lie y~ounig im-otple kof &aterville an -
tie' pate' havitig a ;ilezasar'0 tiint, FridL%~
12iaeiit :61a t'atuel Stew 1ic1''w livdt-ict the
tilt- re-iileuce it' Mrs. LDeas.
'rhet- tilar (irowve SLU&zzdV S'ielt-
eett. ts to attend jthe SUU4.12Y S.'hcsul
c',eivil't-itiOU iiext "Suniday givuli 1by the


A Trip to Candler and Lake Weir.
%le-or-4. W. (". J.ffoirdl and Plamutel
W. Teague are-just back from a trip to
("atidlt-r and LAke A~eir and are mu#-h
dei-zh 't(I wih their tri, Candler is
a rt'rluirder of Florida in her palmy
days. Thetre uiu't beat leas3tas wiany
as one hundred aeres of orange trees
nlow b.-aring and the iight i-a de
hizhttu1 aIA-l heeri zig4one. The peo)-
ple, o~f .')urs-r, are in gtoo4l -pirits.
The' grfv*-! at 1.ake Wei*-r are al!-o
a~.-UIUwig the.r lpristinetb Vltir"
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.liria c'fili-,,10akt.. a r- li tivy otr
rai~~ik letu -' ni'i-r la 1f th
St. ~u~-tztieI~ur.! e r-...-"re


turui.-i thlt-ir at tii it. to it diey havce
li tt rallv 'Irui vt-a !iv mle ife-nul zr'we-rs


)III, 1-irm n have ai~out t%%t-Iel ear-
Of lt-tt ii'e 1n,4!t-r co ver, atid v f,-, i 4-,t
this v~ 't'A-1te ,041 )mwwto ;iolIIO4"yariIo
mnore- to th I, art-a. Theie ater;I luse-d
i.., the heaviest dril litiz. a:in with thi-
we cover tht-en-citire. patchI."
Favo-Wite Famisly Remedyi.
Frtequenitly awcft'tletM fIccur inthe
ho4usCI.ioldI, wh ich, Cau~t' tbu rns-, cuts
,4prniun-ztud brui~.'-.: for use iin sw-h
Bues 1~llard'% Snofw Luiniment has
for m~any years betei the conistaut
favorite fariily rei'urztv. 25c,. oand
SiA'at Anti- Me'nopoi v Drug *411 re. mn


State Patrol.
HoL. R. B. Blackburn, author of
the (;t-orgia patro-l bill, -*sy-:
'"'t i- ev.ltus front the fr-nu is due.
I uight say. aimo-t entirely to the
abt-wuce of pol,'e protection: but
outce let it be kn'ilwn that the women
au chiMltreun cnu e made :,)o feel safe.
*C a .. ^ & -. '11 --.


Crop Conditions.
Work is being pushed and the vege-
i table prospects are very go),l. A
large acreage is set to eaot auee: -tr-tw
berries are advancing nicely, a few re-
ports indicating that somi e t-rries are
teing picked. Be*iis, tlomatoes, 'pi).
pers, egg plant and !-4tilw-h are- i.-ing
shipped fri'on -ii b#-rnu ,r u't- r;r,.
w here l1)w lt.l "ei ?**- roi.t,,iU-'i :t- iii-
pFrov it. [,-e foritiiel -,vt-r Ai" f-t-ril ai ot
intt-r'ior i-f'r;i(il.s trict ih 1ihe lt. l r !'-rt ,iive iiitI r
kiilin'.h rv te-iliL- '!iin'-. T1.r- ,e yt tlilf'
ri te .qIp,-raturt- i- d, ii; i.lu ch ....A d to)
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C sts Oi 5 aM TTNG EAST.
or man s5a s nt to c. J,. MOP T.rrry, S T. LOUMs, M.
IREsc. S. C.. Nov. 2. 1900.-1 was frst advised by our family physidim to Chamlsfm to ETRA
trith our baby when he was buta very young Itamnt. asa prevWntive of cWUe and to arm nd swmes t hesaeesmm
Later it was useful in teething doubles. and ts effect has been tona4 ao beo vry bwase til m iBeT .fem
ta. are conosequent upon the us. of dmn, and soothing *rap. that w ,w have m. e m.el. ,- s ,=t.
ild:ren. as one of the nemsulties when therw onew bbyn athe house sand Mh abolenthleleeMlem- m~. ad
we take pleaew ia nireem e din It toa or friend lauseA of the horrid sou tIme icy m Isb lv e
baby qI HJaITWiLLI N.YlXP, (nagm Tle DeiyftT' i dwe Wi r.)


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a- pl-weg ther"; her .tylt Will plepame YO r altw oif~im Uthe t
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DEBATABLE POSSIBILITIES OF THE
INDIAN WAR CLAIMS FUND.


I laIw a M.-r i- *-fthl ha omrtt ic e- .1
S% tesi. fie 1.-h.-II ..ur.,im- t ift -.thoughty.
H e i0 t-r i a!.. i I' :i~iti~

hart vi.-r 'uija I it-ati pmit- :iiu'l dt-tvM'
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,if F!i rida it-v t I,- f*-'lt-ral L" ye-rn flt-t?.L
for a I*.-.iti jurims. tt-iT In1-
mrijur-t- t~ ttfor ; tr nifiv paid I aI t
i-v tbt- =-tmte and f' r mW. 'tv now dueC
f-or the s-. init' iurp, --. It s t'.)tu t Welt
that tiitrt 4aii Wt~-tUt I*ne ba%-1t-r t41
thi!A tue-t-iona. That is, firiat 'fal
jo'ty all iav flInvisin w"r mi.''ii.
Tile state ijm-. htiretof.'re 1-204 hun-
dtired-of thou-iiands ,4ifdti'rs for(irt-e
.-ate jpurlmhe. Why uot joy the bal-
anee due to, the ve-ry men that were
i u the serviee of the state owr tht
bona, tide holdervt-of the w-arrants ,r
ordenr~.- upkouthe trva-urer of the s taltt
for the qpa-4.tatit jurpotae ? Thr fq ltow-
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your loved ones just drop into our store, where you will be shown hundreds of articks
to select from. We have just received a nice line of Rocking Chairs, than which you
cannot r,e your mother anything which will please her more--they are t( ;he com


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usNe t wrn KiU5 rsT.at

To th e Estor of the Ocla Beaner..
S The pnmibilities of Florida are very ." J
gaWt. Her rwoources is agriculture H
Sand in mineralsl are only partially A-
dim'w vered.
Intelwhent andaorientl&c explora-
t ion, in v.itucation, analysis condo uct-d '
tey tth r.tats i' the great desiveratui : T E AP T G R O C E
t, ateevialolis.h rapid developtcunt. Iol
Flori the ,urfaMe and under it. Now. the j o-
l|ublic mind is more or less occupied -
with t ti question how to expeud the
Indian war elaitus :iouey?
The unxt lI-gislature should, in its
wisdom, appropriate a few thousands -
to the establishment of a competent
HIGH SOUNDINGLANGUAGE
(fu'n political bureau of chemistry- 1-
ilndtlieit.dentof the existing institu-2 HIGHSOUNDINGL ANG
tions, and superior to them, or in con- -
junction with them for the purpose of
Immediate practical effort. In their O-
effirt perchsnee they might discover -
rwhy it it that watermelon annotlM ay be the m eans of som e houses to secure business,
onet in four or five year'? What 4 0<
tleegrwn on the o is consumed orbutl-
d or if a created but what we want is to tell the people in the plainest
the growth of the watermelon, and if *
that elem. tat cannot be replates1. They dAT
l that wewater-- language that we are absolutely better prepared this
niel',t i- -uirar irt suciing alid could t.e
lr.ft(:l\ ulstituted for sugar caue. .-
rl.:,,iutdrS- season to handle a large list of new customers than
And tL.ert. are very many other thin.-
that they might discover. d
,urur.ane, .!- -- we have ever been since our establishment We can
cut blef avo.I th-e fr.,,t. it prbdu,'e= only w pir
neal:e:tCalltr:ui;gl supply you with the Very Best Groceries at the same
rilet, and. under proper cultivation. .---
Will lprodluse a greater peiwntage of 0 0
S-o -- price that you are in the habit of paying for vastly
ti it that in a patch of waterinelons -, J--
one isw verve y wee& and another i44'* <
r"i','r weeon .'' inferior grade as we only handle Groceries.
talpt d to Florida. the Rattlesnake .... .
or th. Flihtida Beauty or the Geotrgia d '
t'hcker r what?
The ;erman beet originally prod tue-
es otily : ;Iter ent of sugar. Ago. ~
=:E ^ 9::'=, :, WE GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION EVERY TIME.
Florida pIto- plate, th le vyild lia- beer -
a h a- '* per telt.
.Mii :h,.--< *'i: ,li,,tael> t,, t,^dti.,lt. i ed--
e ,,., ,. ,o,| THE FACT THAT YOU MAY ONLY WANlT ONE OR TWO ARTICLES

".r:':: :t":itioi "" "11" ;" "t- DOES NOT MAKF1 YOUR PATRONAGE LESS DESIRABLE AS WiU
.'""""...:''1 TATTI, JUST AS MUCH PAINS TO PUT UP A SMATL ORDER
N, ,l-..ver i. ni.i, laeverA\ AS w DO A T1 A TRGE ONE.
.r,.Bl..l op," quarterr sf tle e^citenxelit W A
that bt- l'eei caused s' y rl. Kiti.'s
.%e i .-.,>\>.ry for ,otii-x i fution. Its
vi lit-m of csia, umjtitIu, plteUluoniia. -
th" ,u'",i' of wiuti it has retired ": eo Read This List Before Ordering:
I*erl ,t'. health. For <'oughs, colds. h


ai:.it tmi.. soup,, l i ty fever, iioarl'ten .s -
>.i,.,t int..,s....t., ,it,,set ,s, Mincemeat, Figs, Dates, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Citron, Orange and
iU "-t cart, in thile world. It i- s-old 16Y ,e a n P e p i
aseita ,sti.,l Iou (osre fm- Lemon Peel, Pumpkin, Evaporated Prunes, Pears, Peaches, Apricots Ap-
,.,. ,arze ,,,ttles. and ;1.'ldt.. Triml
l., .,... dto pies, Nectarines, Cluster Raisins, Apple Butter, Jams, Preserves, Mar a-
TN..N..o..,...r..o....b.., lades, Cranberrys, Cranberry Sauce, Pineapple and Edar Cheese, Ceer,
A l.romit.ult tolumuttiaouuty geu-t e Celery
>.t..e.., te. way has beenl- Fruit Cake, Pound Cake. In fact everything that goes to make a
Iunte '.uet-i-ful in politics, was at the O
ap.ital a few days ago. Among other Good Dinner.
litnug- di''u.ored, he was especially
etithu.-iatic upon the exit guberna-
t,,f:,l r Hve. He wam al.io very Ip-oitivedo -M
lit hip couivictiu that Hon. Frank
Nt*dltte. Now, Volumbiaand Hom- UA IT
QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE
i ntt cu, i it"areiutighty close togeth- 1Q
-- t itital&ly as* well as geographically, do.-
aSittt. would not wonder if it should
I .-vt oi ill the uear future that our d --
bt',It'lMtia couuty friend had received
-uo
a ju*-,t tip or side whisper before 1-
: ..We want your business and guarantee satisfaction,
I't, that mlielee, with Frank Harris, d o-t
It *'. laass. i Fditor Stovall, Bill Milton,
., 4 Iro.,wur, Beunett Mays, and a -
r .the, the. goig to e Yours for more business
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Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
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THE


OCALA


BANNER


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


VOL. IXVI, NO. l.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1902.


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4. the gust .4f her -on, Mr. C. R.

W ..oioili. .mveIto% -*sind hand
%Ifts4 *IT Ill sbSIW'st.. mliii. state

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0 uly k Ttorlow.-r, J., (i f GEaiiies
Vail. .it.'11 4fI imos- 14wt 104Ular travel-
skig Bnit ''i, ot timer-sadmi. itnIli ae cily.
Js ijwaIaI- M usknoleiia-* twotury
geutld,' ..jt-srf.'raai a martriage -vrvact-
t ~..qedm~UAaaklizIS40 it-liteatI- It-at aS

*lait I- still ,-se-F It- a bottle of
(Movv*. 1atelrow'(CuhillTownic. It it,
lI% r~oli tidqi 4UIiiitIC inl a t~a.'tltN4!.
fqrauu N.- cUre- as" Iny. 2"Ie.
S11 r J N 1-AwatrdP'. (of IF.liiiWioK,
~e~Ii~giedlvtoy er daughter, Mass
mwif. toI lit- frgt-o-t -.f hrr laughter, NM1rs.
Jaw. White.


Sani T"an.u-. It.. returned home
p44a7y afte-ri"ial ffrom lAdy Lake,
wheb he w*I4tt to, --1'w1l Tliankagiving
with b l grand parnutIs.
S '1,44t wuted torated Talcum
pow4dc to rrlhee chasing and prick-
ly hwt& and et,. 1oc and 3 for Inec.

4 Mr and Mr. Namuel David Gray.
ofd J~mmvtillc. who were married in
Gaimairtlie aterday night, are visit-
em t de cityad are guet* at the

(t. J. RI. LAvingoa, who bhI been
* otmel tumeiima for the pt two
yew s, boo eytwued to Oala. His
Smwy tiolos are glad to welcome
him beow-


NOw at the sckly I eon is ap-
pacci.get a >* bottle of Arkan-
a (hbiU llad Fever Tonic and ward
yaell er ofpeer seold and guaranteed
4by Tydia & Co. :
Mr. i. Fe uens, like all other
Omla mtmi men, as eontezptamtlng
Sa t4g uaemee In his trade this winter
Sbem deablted the taie of his store
ea mat deor to the city market.
Mr. V. S. Pete. of Irvine, was in
t, ety Sameary, ad says our neigh-.
-owi twn is growing right aloag.
e iu isw building a bmame w red.-
r i[Dr. J. I. Davis, who remeat-


Mrs. B. .1. (ulverhouse, who has
be -n the guest of her sister. Mrs.
James Engresser fr f several weeks,
returned to her home in Augusta,
Ga., Sunday afternoon. She was ac-
companied home by her sister, Miss


Edna t'ulverhouse.
The white man who stole a horse
from Me s-rs. S. A. Standley & Co.,
-0"tme weeks ago has been traced to
(reen 'ove Springs and is in jail
there awaiting the arrival of the
I Marion c)ouitty sheritt.
Mr. Gus Morton, who is in charge
of Mr. J. N. (. Stockton's phosphate
mine at Eve, was a visitor to Ocala
Saturday. He says that Mr. Stock-
ton ha.s one of the largest and most
complete plants in the state, and that
he is mining large quantities of rock.
Miss Ethel Robinson and Master
Natie Ottensosser, after spending the
Thanksgiving holidays in Ocala with
their parents, returned to (ainesville
Sunday afternoon to resumnie their
studies in the East Florida Seminary.
Mr. Chas. W. Seatold, of Hagers-
town, NMd.. president of the Hagers-
town Spoke and Bending 'oUL.lalny
who have a branch office in this city,
after a few week's visit lookinsi after
his int-rests here, left Saturday for
Tallahas.ee, where the ,-company also
have a branch office.
Miss Lutie Smith, of Ocala, is visit.
ing hersister, Mrs. W. H. Rivers, on
West Madisbn street. Miss Smith is
on her way home after a protracted
visit with Mrs. R. F. Ensey, on the
Suwannee river, near Old Town.-
Htarke Telegraph.


Hon. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, is a
prominent visitor to the city and is
still talking "no fence" and says it is
still an issue that will not down in a
single election. It has entered Marion
county politics to stay until it is
settled and until it is settled right.
Capt. Frank Pooser recently re-
ceived a letter from his house saying
that he has sold more McCormick ma-
chines this year than any other south-
ern agent. Besides selling machines,
he has baled a great deal of hay. He
has just finished two hundred bales
for Allen Rodgers and three hundred
aud thirty bales for George Close.
E. M. Howard, proprietor of the
Ocala Steam Laundry, was in town
last Saturday and paid us a pleasant
call. Mr. Howard is one of Ocala's
leading citizens, and enjoys the dis-
tnction of operating the very best
laundry in the state. While here he
engaged John McDaniel, who will
represent his interests at that place.-
Live Oak Democrat
MeNar. W. W. Allsop, John T.
Lewi and C. W. QuicK, who repre-
the southern part of the county in the
organization of the Florida Retail
Verchautile Association at Jackson.
.illoA P*Ma- ---- In- .t.. R.at...


AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.
Sunday in Ocala was almost a
summer day, in consequence of
which there was a large number of
worshippers at all the churches.
BAPTIST.
The revival services at the Baptist
church, which were conducted by Dr.
Arthur Crane, the international
evangelist, drew to a close.
Dr. Crane preached, perhaps, three
of his strongest sermons on that day, I
the one in the afternoon being direc-
ted especially to men.
His morning theme was the "Price
of a Soul," and in the evening he
preached on "Moral Suicide."
At the close of the evening service,
a great many of those who had fol-
lowed him during the week's services,
bade him farewell and wished him a
God speed in his work of reformation.
EPISCoPAL.
Those who worshipped at the Epis-
copal church were rewarded by
hearing two very fine sermons by the
new rector, Rev. Henry W. Little.
Mr. Little is growing in popularity
and the nulembeprs of his church are
more and more delighted with him
and it is believed that lie will build
up a congregation that will make the
-building of a new and larger church a
necessity.
SM FITODIST.
The Methodist church services
Sunday were unusually interesting.
The Sunday school in the morning
had special exercises in the interest
ofendowinga chair in the Southern
Methodist University at Soochow,
China. The exercises consisted of a
missionary recitation by Miss Lena
Halilsey, a special song by Mrs. T. H.
Johnson and M. M. Little, and the
pledging Iy classes of $*64 on the en-
dowment fund.
The pastor, Rev. Howard Dutill,
preached able sermons both morning
and evening, his morning subject be-
ing "The Work of tbe Holy Spirit in
the World," in which hlie showed how
the spirit had ever been in the world
convicting sinners, not only the out
breaking ones, but also the moralists,
but that great condeinilation was
upoh. all who rejected the spirit. The
evening sermon was on "The Work
of the HIoly. Spirit in the Chureh,"
showing the spirit to be the only true
power and guide of the church.
Thie Epworth Ieague had a grand
missionary meeting in the afternoon,
led by Mrs. I. S. Pattersol:. Special
features of the exercises were: Talk
by M. M. Little on the Tithe system;
recitation, '"Lost a Jewel," by Miss
',ertie Rlachhller : recitation, "Bring
them Hither to Me," by Miss Lottie
Kingman; talk on "The Perils of In-
creasing Wea:lth, y Rev. Howard
Dutill: special song, "Over the Sea,"
by Mrs. J. K. Wilson, Miss Sadie
Parr, M. M. Little and Dr. A. L.
Izlar; andl a reading by the leader,
showing how a poor boy was con-
verted and began work with a mea-
gre salary in a soap establishment in
one of the large cities, and how he
adopted the tithe plan of helping in


religious work, and prospered so much
in business until he gave a great deal
more than what the tithe plan called
for, he having risen in the factory
from hireling to partner and finally to
sole proprietor, this person being none
other than William Colgate, the soap
manufacturer of world wide fame.
At the close of the meeting Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Wilson were received as
new members into the league. 9
ees it Pay to say Cheap? i
A cheap remedy for coughs and i
colds is all right, but you want some-
thing that will relieve and cure the I
more severe and dangerous results of t
throat and lung troubles. What shall
you do? Go to a warmer and more
regular climate? Yes, if possible; it
not possible, for you, then in either
ease take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun- I
tries with success in severe throat and


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Mr. S. D. (ray, who formerly con-
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who has morp recently been connect-
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Skinner, of Jacksonville, was united
in matripnory Saturday evening to
Miss Hessie Tyner, of this city.
The wedding was a clandestine one
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home of a friends
residence of Rev.
performed the cere
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who aided her to pi
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milliners for the e'
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keeping her family
the wedding. She I
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ille News.
Mr. Gray former,
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