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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: December 12, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00670
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER


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


OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1.


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Nl a-evr Beni antl Mi-- lexjeit To4itt
hatvec'mot. to Duntkefli-In to -peril a
few dav%-.! %ith their ftunt. A r-. 1. N.

Yo~l alt, itivitt'.1tt ii-pot-ct, our line
tof picitit-Is. &Ocala 'Iu-it' Co.,.Jeweli-

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A year's subserripion to the Ocala
BHaitm*,r woullI not e ii a bad Christ.
mas pre-ent. It woull be a pleasant
reminder of the yiver for three hun-
dred anid sixty tive day".
Mrs. J. W. Ptarson, Mi.-ies Alta
Plrarson Mary Burford, Marguerite
Porter and Lucile Standley will go,
down to Sumter county today to spend
a short while with Mr. Pearson at his
oil well.
Mr. .an-s R. Pooser antid family, of
Charle.son. S. C., arrived over the
A. ( L. yet-tt rday and will spt-nd the
Christmas holilavs ill this eity with
Mr. Poo.-,r'- parenit-, ( pt. and Mrs.
F. I). Poo-er.


NIrn. H.rdy4.4roi and infant
smi ii V ill titrive in Ooi ~la ini a few dlay-
fr.- 'iitheitir liti" 1Win T'allahia--ve to

sitea NlMi-s- =J.-the ai3111 D,-% -Bell

r.V.L. Miller. -liii of Cool. L. 1'.
Mlflr. Mi ri-nntJ- rra l.rh-f hti-e


loendltheit' t iir in \\ hiiiizItoll 4 ttv.


ble hi~iv. A 1i"Aut o i t-. O-a't -aita-
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In operating on a patient Wednes- Miss S
day night for blood poison, Dr. '. ill with
V. News~mu unfortunately got some Ft. King
of the pus in a cut on one of his
hands antl it s4oon became so sore tie
had to take his bed, but we are glad borrow
to say that the poison is now thought do today
to be utler control and tihe is very Mrs. T
iiimuch better. dren anm
S register
Mrs. Johnu L. Irrlis and her daugh-
ter, Miss Lulu, are spending a few N. W.
days in this city. Col. Inglis is ha- partml-ni
iir- a tine residence built on) his parted y
property on East Forsyth street, and trip to 4I
when it is ,'',iipletedt he and his fari-
ily will t.etid uin oh of their time
S Platit yeV
Shere.-Metnr p itrtrit -r,
* Mr. J. It. McCorkle, of this, itv who will rotu-
reeeived a t'...:.i;n. 'Tuesday ani- a
.. ("all on
inouucitiu the stl'l :-iness of his:
brother, whot r-id!es at VYam'ev. Ark.,
received another message yesterday
anliiouni.'itig that lie was vt-ry grztally '
improved. So Y Mr. Mc-('orkie returii-
i ed ye-te:d,.I t, o !tomile,. where tl' i-

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4ue Anderson continues very
pneumonia at her home on
Savenuii.
ct th.- les..on out of yesterday,
,untshiue from to(norrow, but
's work today.
r. B. Stri'gfellow, three chil-
1 maid, of Jacksonville, are
ed at the Ocala Hou e.
Little. field of the cotton de-
t of H. F. Dutton & Co., de-
esterlavy on a brief bu-ine.-s
)cahla.-(;ainesville Sun.
iue Barco weutt out to 4'otto)n
yesterday morning to visit her
Mr. Newtonimh Bar'o. She
rni iorn, e t*night..


E JEWELER-
For Your

DAY PRESENTS.


ONE OF THESE DAYS

vyot will have to open
a bank account-that
is. if you are doing as
well financially as the
times offer you oppor-
tunity. We want new
business, and propose
to be worth as much
to you as you are to us
A checking account is
a great convenience:
No trouble to keep.
and gives you a re-
ceipt for all moneys
raid.

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,
Bankers,
Ocala, Fla.


Musical Instruments.
We have in stock a coiniplete line of
every thin-w musical. Large stock of
sheet musi.. If you want a piano of
an y niake give us your order, it will
be tilled pro mptly. O,0als Music ('. -


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-- Fresh Candy'W u Verv a.


4I SCHRAFFT'S CANDIES IN BULK AND 1-2, 1 ANO 2 LB. BOXES. t
FIREWORKS, NUTS, FRUITS, ETC., FOR X-MAS .

S"-(.*4, Il ),,,,r -,,.ith of .\uti-M(4i )j,)y Drug Store.
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Christmas is only a few days off and gift-givi.ng, is the


interesting study of the hour.


Remember that


II .l. asters' oplar Departmenltore


is Headquarters for Useful Gifts, and useful things should appeal strongly to all.


Blankets and Comfortable.


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STIRRING VALUES IN DRESS GOODS.

Our stock of up-to-date Dress Goods, embracing a very wide ran e of patterns, styles, etc,
in high grade as well as popular priced goods must be reduced, so price cuts are imp)era-
tive for the next thirty days. Prices of equal merit will not present themselves again this
season. Don't you think you had better take advantage of these special offerings? Some
of these beautiful l)ress PIatterns will make ideal Christmas gifts.


Irrtesistale otieri .I in tine Linen and Mercerized Tala l1, l)aniask--sli!tabN,'- tr ,.k Ilh, ('iii' -.tmiis
table of any onite- -frio .'c- nt tli o l.' : also lar;v lih e 1Tale Napkini- at atlr+lw'ive pi'io 's. T'it,,
g'ods ark. practical iftts.. Large liite Dlania..sk. tHuckback. nelieimttitctied anir l, ,iir.it. H1uk 'l',owtls-
spcvial oti'eri'iling in til.-'.e oo.s
4;reat in rked down sale of (' C iIlreiin'' ant! Misses Jackets. a!ls, Lailit.s' c ai -. W\\' ihavy' pretty
line of t.atiie-.' Jack-ts. Monte (Carl,, andm other styles at attractive prices..
.aire stock Lalie-"' anil ('liil irei's. Ht-,,icre at rare values.
L arge line WViihitini'-. tih tiirae Statiton.ir. wvhiie. crcam and ail tintl.-.


WHOLESALEE DEIPARTMI ENT.


-I:(< 'ON I) IFL( ')()1I.
Fullest assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, etc. : Series of special sales
this Department. Most alluring bargains.
New line of Japanese and Chinese Mattings. Extraordinary values in
pets, Window Shades, Curtain Poles. Portiers, Lace Curtains, Upholstery. etc.


throughout

Rugs, Car-
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Gloves, Gloves, Gloyes.


S,',Ecial sale of Kid Gloves from now
until Xuii:s. We' have just received
n Have ovver ".'-! pairs Lad ies' Beautiful
Frei,,'4i Ki 1; ioves. all desirable col-
ors andt, sizs., worth $S.io., which we
are going to plate on sale next Mon-
day at thit. remarkable low price, 65c.
Ju-,t tlinik of it. a 81.O ) glove for .;5c.
C('lnie a t set ftr yourself. They
wo)nt last lo l-. R.trn.iiember they go
Wo" sal' M.liay morning. We carry
tlh Foster PauIl lovess from '1.'0 to
}.3). A l guaranteedd.


Underwear.


Spt-,;ial sal,' of Ladies' and Children's
Undert wear. BHe sure to see our fine
line of Fltcee. lined Undervests at 25
counts. :;*.' cents antd .5' cents, and Un-
i,,n Suits from n 2 ) cents to 7.) cents.
Full line of Cotton. Silk and Wool
Corset C'overs from 45.> ents to $2.25.
Full liniz of Ladies' Wool Culervests.


Umbrellas.


Extraordlinary values in Ladies'
Silk nimbrellas. Serviceable
sensible Christmas gifts.


All-
and


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Ocolo, Florida.


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A ME(ITY LETTER.


The Com.ig flay C:-o. i Marion_
Tie Evolution of Co:i: ._s a Food
Crop.

alt Ftt-e1 it xI..rrliitclattl

rt-"'ult- 'of ui. sir I- of M''( irmwtik
ma'111t-i ti t.-the112.V-1 -hvhs4ll. Willt,.i lli
fljt'ro- gratitiei1 to kitow that i-vt-rv


the M''I.1 '4 'mli-ik i-.the hwh i -li t -al

eiuftotitc-lhkltt'iI whniii't, jitfit dijly it.,t
voeiint ji t that I hmve -%I~. a griatt-r
vuuuntivr of iiaaitintl.iii*-4t1ta :111V NLU
Jill tl~w -(OUtjt4 'lo ,1 l t "-II 4)4 t 'F4
1'iui- Oow. t'=that 4mtr ?Xtrtti--r,.. at,

ha-. 11itoitea of th it-, Iu'ilXIN hav-

itst -At 11. C't. would voln !4".thilt-Iuili.
iit'r of! t''Ii. Vt 4t i su d itaF41 it-li tvt
it i-Vie. he =at i zlit11 Io ev t')
our farmers 4 will Knitot 1-cIt--isI hiat
Ro IWU a't hjttis is ut tiliigit vv r v
miildly. Thirthay lbaled i i A t'IlinhZ ill
our market tit 5'10; to "L*2'' per um~.
W~hen oiurFfarmersa Icarn the art (of
octutting Ibay at the pbropjer age of the
grass and curing it im hirAIer mannter
our native griA~sefa will mnakte a hay
o4iia1 tot ally timoithy on four narket
willch ste1l* at $=."O to $2." per t4mh.
The Itroubile i~s, our tarnier. are only


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wtorkiug tttittv- hay from the eorn
fit'Iil. after they. hnve gathered th.'ir
C()FFI 4Fl -S. Thi- is agrt-at lii -take'.
I The grx-- &:,ts Lii,, told t i tnakAqt- v,''4

pr-jart4.--p.er i % I! f, or a hay ''iup r
1-14, -A o-d 1 iarri,%vi-I r litv 4tter
g'al-. ziI' :Ii 'r v rilj- 11' .~
va t v' ei -11 ii Ut it a t It'' l'rgitoi
%j:.-'1j. Ti will givt- bay weirrit tt-t1-
t3y fiive perF cent FAIre t Lan sth-Iii'I -t11 c
intethi-i v41of hayiujaking
Trlic matter (of i'it tij #-rli awl
'1ired'1iiiiii. t, Aii i v t'V I it 1;11ivIV t1- -'t
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HI ItEST


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QIILLITY.e


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MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE,

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V'e Evolution of Co:i. S a Food
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q4tur :ii.'rke-t h 'lit o 29' ltlt, t'r umt.
Who it itr furnters' learn the %rt tof
tt~lotima hay at Ithe ;4rqter ag'o- if the
WrMx- mudi during it in piro4wr nmannuer
otar iat ivil grat-es will niiake a hilly
*k.1tml ti' any~ timohy (tlv'in our market

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allt Iluinri. jill-ttvhay Lt~id 1 1,11.i I so.
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CORN RY AND GIN $1.75 PER GALLON.

Wines.


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THE


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BANNER


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


q ~VOL. ILX XXVI, No~.


Mrin. T. v

ftoum ItaIt-isI. for it ftvu -N%-3- vi t,,
big, larplau'..
Mr. S. A. Stsaivil.y ro-turtite Tues--
day frollf Atlantat, where hie wetiit to)
qp&ekaiuw a w'arlos'i osf niulv'

loamrdw tharoughi ('ala WVtoii.- lay
aftemiall 4011 hi-i~ WayV t"5 Tlaw ja.


Mr. 4'. T. Tras~k, of f-ls.ijjview.and


Th. .'ittry joutu' l aav- set

cmi"[ ~lanid tilt-rt-s's.ha
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Mtr. 4 l.iffrd L. And,* r-'sio~'i %,kOf a-%c
at- 11'. gujv..ts timv-Alsi.the 4 ~ur- ta
holiday- = NI-. --r-. IFraui sk ansi (ll


and Mr. lit-tiry 4'. '-'i-ti saiLr#etwsirs.'e
Wte'lsm-wisya makiat Ir-seja -hssrt v-

Mir. J. S IiI. IitnIiisilise

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TUE(IS'S CITY ELECTION.


M. Fishel Closed Mayor for a Third
Term-Dr. Chace the New Alder-
man From Seconid Ward.

uitiiv tj ~iiit 'h. iv.rewa-4 vtry lit.
tl- inI.ro-!-t taken il it o.'xs#';et isy t hes-

altv v .tjdit tt- it' cl"i' .jllvs 4 ts he i
isarrssonis adolt-e'i t- 'is' li't,-- ut

'1 wrt-rwn- ( s~IvII lyahpu Lt tirt-t-. fqurtI.!-
tof I lw issrraicti sstl jfiet
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re-'Ie.4t i, sO if N2. hPit- fs *r llif(Mr.l

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fI wonderfull popularity of our Can 1 1 men leads us to believe that the Clhristnmas sea- i
.n will tax our candy resources to the utmost. \e
have (doled anl Itrebled our orders, but fully believe
liat we will ftll shori of supplying the demn:inc. To
I- ( sure of just what you want for Christmas it w',uld
lt. advisallce to place your orders now so that we may
reserve them for you. : : : : :



%I t ( )lr 'iillics : Prices, 10 cents to

Si "; lecr 11) PLire aill l 'n11(d ltcl1 itctl.




1EIRI{ \VORKS
(OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.



CH AS. E. TIAYI.OR.
S OCALA, FLORIDA.\
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AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.

As reli isel oyth i-ttpailwrE, Suniday
was anllide-al dlay anditil id aled forth a
lara~' e numhtr of 'or'-hihs:'eis -t tile
'-al-I u- cliiirs1 s-.
11jee ers- re&:W.trr ilsirlj IIIa(d


A-~t.the lattter churitrstit. was .~i(n
ary 1m.ty it, tiit- Sunday .,hoos andals tt
tilie c-' s-t(Iftil he i--t s tl'-1udyv thle fos-
!owmvI it iter-'ting exerc4s.i-twere
g i% u by.u l Nl r-. V.-nr IsLiI IVat 1 (I!S4 o
Ile 'ys Ii-.'i trv hiymn imudil re i ta-
tus. )1Its['I the re- :,~ ~"'~i tae
[ )I z it isV t-t sI, 1'\
t i I v Is-t) r, I r I1. qI [gvrsI I)ti.


j's1, It.I-shi t11.41 ,.' It~e ~ a ~
111 v I, -tIrI'!I -v a ,I It.

- h i moir* ii ~,in! an : 1 hr;s i sj liv ~-o
*\is. I '_- sr, iit. K \\.-t') thi-.v


ftI- r

Ii Iac silf h ise lt I1'141, i cof: thLiia-

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Ii'its 4-

I I is t a-I t I. t an i

fit. ll-. ist l'' I -iT ,4 a IrtI X eLIssssi4

i= *lhs'~*- 4 eifli-'it


Readirg Club.


'rut'-eav itf'ernlsooni iith N Misst -iSara
m~sid Xi Ic Irri-i.
Thelit'iiettiliity WA- all Cees~fil5wIV
lzls'rt-1,ntllt %)elitiiihi li nt s! o Iariroiv
atlnts-tsad a-; u-tvil. 1leThomas eI %trl% .It

Thle Smil
Vt-rv tX4t'r-'sIlt wo'rk ti.,'-winter.
I'hli- u-theO OLI' [iu'rar v orvw'~li-ttitsh
iI I tile k"[' i' t th Ie %rt't'I It t illke ,anl

ii..z- tof Ip-r~i i-,', a ii sI'unr mra'iuicit for
this' ieood h v'rk tis'Viart-' sirsigi.


hitiLr. rn

'iTh le rs s :i.- amh'Post"' fri iti Ia-ri'i-"-*
"lie'!sse,-ani ii Hros XVer'shuit' ,-t
rc3'I Iby this' uwnii.'tr- tofthe I-11,1) tis lr-
ing til ev'~ssk ians ys'-ttenda-y aft-.!tmiti11

readl a splet'tjilmifrtom it thiotIwi pa r-PI
I icula' Iv plsiea-.isz Itohes-r.
Nli- Lill% 8--iiU iiii'vwa-on- proii' s.e5
gramu for this tt't'kIV Isalsr. 11er
,ub~ljeo't tw'a-.. I'Lie iii ti zs'iie of t het


ijtem Iillti ant -eksI en iiatimII-'r ttlidIher

very m!iu''Ii siij'syesi.
Next Tut,-I tv this'cli ,wiA Iiie-'t
-with hitI- srs-idenet, Nir-< I'Franlk A.

St Udiy.
Will Go to Orlando.
i'Ts'I Iiv 11tiv frit ash'. sf Mr. .John 11I.


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We bought more goods this year than at any time

previous, and of course all must be sold before


Christmas.


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Men's Shoes


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~..~iZ~lo lis'e l ts s 1)' -I KillsI t'. i i~

Wt. hatisi asN III)............. I il


i hr, ,u.t i ; at... ..


Ladies'


44 ths \V'.i es
WU Ntv'I1


c, Cs'T e i kLi '. \ iat I I!i
IlIfa1 1 W f N t' 1ii I va V'aithat
k 'stk'v.- tiat 1rst-that
ta k". W~hiaix a till, 1111, 4o
M1a.v e vv ti 1n.r %\ ..ri T.'rq
zlirt-~ Irs at .. .. .... VIC.


Ii's! I.s
.$3 to $3541


Shoes



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School Shoes,






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Men's Clothing
< ur ci. enters and tables have on
th .-m he best popular priced
I'lotlhin- for Men anl Youths
tlit w-. coul Mbuy in northern
mark.ets. Y ou will have to see
them to know what thes-e prices

Mni l'suits at. ......5 to $14
AMn's Pants at.. '^ to $14.50

Boys' Clothing
\Ve have never had such a line
a- we have now. We can tit
vYor hIfo in the finest suit. in
*,ith,-r square cut. Norfolk or
ro4n11d cult, two or three pieces,
but you must see them to ap-
pre(ciate tlihe value. Prices in
print are ......$1.00 to $8.004

Overcoats
I)(I't faiIl to buy yolr hIvo- an
O) -.rc, tat f,,r tlite (',141l w t.itlh.r is
lara,.,t line in i )oala to )pick
from,. l'ri-vs.. .0.?0O to 8.00
M 'S v.rcats-. large variety.
i'r.ains aut....K5. toS) 0 .00

Men's Hats
We onlv lihandle the popular
l,0randI You will tindi the best
Ilat in Florida in our store
at ... ....8100. 1.50. 8.00)


LADIES' CLOTI-HING.
We have always led in Ladies' Readv-to- Lcar Garments, and this season lead
further ahead than ever before. Read the following:


Ladies' Skirts
We have them in thle late-st
st !es a ani in all kinds of mater
ials. such as Meltons,. ( over
Cloth l.. roadcloiths. BrilliaInt-
inies. silk andl Satin,. and a num-
her of otfiihers. 4 iur lpri'ces a'e
as low as can be. oiibality consiii-
,erC'. fromln... 1. to ,11 .0iO



Ladies' Jackets
We hiaveju .iu receivel twclt\ -
tive Jackts, Al t ut il the latest
-tvles and c l rs., satin lined.
at............8 .k i t)o I ?.fl
W orth double.

Our line of .la .Koets at *;.: to,
$ ,I' callilio)t tb xcelled.'

We have also a good line 1of
; irs Jackt.ts ando i'efetr-s at
*1. 5, to ) 4., .,


Underwear.


se r ctt i I aU IZsr, 'tai
it) Skit't-~, s'.x ui-N ( iis'uuii.'an-Il
I raxve'r', hici 'villuiiak anyv
lInt I 's w anI ntlrIt -1s I. l),k s i al;i
4Vtl'~t t It i ti.At tfa-cI aI I




Wt.- have h111 -.,I)j t'.'. kirts'
ant)i Iui s and Vi all ('loIssF



Liunsl V*,-t'. at........% c.


a u~- 'pIttie loft bell'hIl'i. l"- wt.
d I't' U11-tso-date Ini that, as ill 11aN,
thii. '-..e". \Wehtave thuenintit

ndI Dr)lawe'rszat I c!to 305C.


Ladies' Waists
()tur line of Waists is made of
the following materials-silks,
sat ins, flannels. flannelettes and
satenes. We have them iii all
of the latest colors and sizes.
Prices........... 50C. to 8) 5.00


Wrappers.
In Ladies' Wrappers and Kimo-
nas we have always been able
to suit the public, but this year
we have an extraordliaryv ine
line at ........ OC. to $2?,o0


Hats.
Ladies' anil Children's Hats,
our buyers thought of this
while away, which makes us
proud of same. We have them
in the latestt New York and
Parisian shapes at all prices,
fromn........... 35c. to $5.04


LADIES' DRESS GOODS.


Last. but not least, we will say tIhat thist hIas always bee,,n itour itmost favorite, line. We couldn't half
bel"gin to lnaml e the gktoo. Is anI l tric''sI tati(t .)IImris' this sdepartIt'.iit. 4 )ur leaders are Silks. Satins'
Br.oadcloths, French Flannels. Series, F'ianiels. Brilliantines. ('ashl.meres. Alahatross island Wors-
teds ot all descriptions. In 'ottn Drtss ( i)4,ods we ars 'e ,,lete. All that we have are the latest
slides and at popular prices. \e want yout to comei :.nd examine these goods.


To TIlE TRADEI.-1We have said enough. and now all we ask is that you come to
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1,,9.


Here is a list of what we have to sell.


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THE OCALA BANNER, D CEMBER 12, 1902.


Ar. Jno. K. Pedrick. one. of the
elsa Banner'e valued sut*eriters of
tomeo, was ton the city Monday on
busine.


The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben S.
Mayo wat gladdened on Thursday
last by the arrival of a fine toy.--
Times-Union and Citizen.

Mr. Frank 0. Regan and family are
at home again after a week's stayat
at the Raleigh timber camp in the
wet tern part of the county.

Mirss Florrie Condon returned home
Wednesday from Jacksonville, where
-he has teen visiting her eou-in. Mrs.
R. E. Youge. Jr., for -everl week".
Mise Linda Smith, of Luisville,
Ky., is expected to arrive in the city
the latter part of the week to be the
guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Rlolert L. Anderson. for some
time.
lDr. W. R. 0. Veal, of Cotton Plant,
Alloertus Vogt. of Dunnellon. R. J.
Knight, of Cry":al River. Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Hinson and baby, of Rock-
well, were visitors to the city Wed-
nelay.
Mr. John M. Reddick, of Brooks-
ville, formerly of Ocala. one of the
most unique, original and interesting
characters in South Florida. is vi-it-
ing Ocala for a few days and swap-
piOr sterles with "old timers."

The enterprising Ocala Banner is
among the list of F.orida newspapers
to install a new press recently. Pros-
perity seems to tw coming the way of
the Florida editors. Well, the fel-
l,,ws deserve it.-Bartow Courier-
Informant.
The Ocala Banner continues to re-
ceive words of encouragement upon
the quantity and quality of its read-
ing matter and its splendid lina of
advertisements and the attractive
way in which they are displayed.
G(ood patronage produces good results
and this we pro-niie.
Mrs. L. P. Tillis died Saturday at
her home in Brotsom She was a
siater of Messrs. W. W. and Vernon
4'lyatt. of tlisi city. These gentlemen
had the misfortune to loew their father
only a few weeks ago. We extent
our synilpaty to the bereaved ones in
their tame of trouble.
Memrs. Plittman & Son, the enter-
priwing furniture dealers, are having
a wide awning put up in front of
the-ir tore on South Magnolia street
to protect the show windows from
the sun*' ray!. While this firm has
ben in business less than two
lninthc they are having a splendid
trade. They have already had to
rent an adjoining store fom a ware-
house.

We are indebted toC ('apt E. L. Car-
ney for a fine box of oranges, which
i. indeed a reminder of "ye olden
tliliae-." As the prooff of the pud-
d:i> i a i n litf ingi the bag," this- I, x
of fruit I- a pleasant reminder that
('apt. '-trcnt'y-. faith h as triumphed
and ie :: tta*.K agaill on the ryial road
to. .el.ti W e h -i :'. h.. im:. e disl'ts r.s ati ili live


l t.. ,-m.'v the- 4fruit- of [ist1--i..
The Watchword of Women.
tc,'-tc t- %% 'litnimu s'!. u tc'la iwt~i.
.i'a't-vt-r Lt atoLJ.r ti:' t-~L!-e
-f an' Ietc .t% tthtvte- t-' at For this.
i. inx!mAn a wq mia it-ta prt i ,- dits1-


ti-.-wia: &lchr-,. : to !-ul'zn t t) the


li a' etid ict -ui tit utosi-
aul- .4 w lie a'mxewil.- hatve tAkenl
adam:'~t. D~ r. Pec- 'h ffret,
-:-ui t~u 1 vxIt -l.t:tr. have Lteea It i
to = by the e-c ape thus oll't-red1
froui a trv-attme-tit rrepugznuut to modA-
!A..Cks omk A .'a ximaywr W o
Dr. Pat-r-, BuisoN. Y.. in pvrlfect
~~~~l *':tuti~t d letterst- eime treateeti
a!- tor r lV aiite anld sacrediy etbnti-


OCALA FOIR ASSOCIOTIOH.

Officers Elected and Permanent Or-
ganization Effected.
The following named persons met at
the council chamber last night to
enter into a permanent organization
of the O-alIs Fair and Race Track As-
sociation, viz: H. A. Ford, D. S.
Williams. Maurice Strru<,s J. F. Ed-
wards, S. T. Sistrunk ('. Carmichael,
C. L. Bittinger. t. S. Hall. Z. C.
Chamiliss. J. R. Blackiston, Geo. *K.
Robinson. N. W. Htri-on, .lake
Brown. W. 0. Ma-sty. S. A. Standi,ey.
C. H. Mathews. .1. 1). McDulfy, Paul
Davis and F. E. Htarris.
The following report, submitted by
H. A. Ford, John R. Martin, F. E.
Perkins and D. S. Williams, a com-
mitte appointed at a previous meeting
was. after some discussion, adopted:
The name of the association select-
ed is. The Oeala Fair Association.
The otlicers of the association to be
a president, a secretary and a treasur-
er. and there hall also be a board of
four directors of which board the
president. secretary and the treasurer
.shall be ex-offleio members. We
advise the election of honorary vice
presidents from time to as may be
deemed advi-able by the board of
directors. All officers and directors
of the association to be elected by the
stockholders, tach -hare of stock to
have one vote.
The object of the &.-otiation shall
be to provide ground. tuilding- and
a race track. which may ibe used, for
the holding of fairs and exhitiition-s
of the industries ahd products of the
state of Florida, said grounds to be
located at Ocala Florida.
We advise the incorporation of the
association under the laws of Florida.
with a capital stock of $l0loo to )be
divided into 2.1014. bares at $5 each.
The following officers were elected
to serve until the second Tuesday in
April, viz: H. A. Ford. president;
W. W. Clyatt. secretary: S. T. Sis-
trunk, treasurer: R. S. Hall, J. C.
Boozer, George Mackay, R. L. An-
derson, S. A. Standley and E. P.
Thagard,ia board of directors.
Mesers. R. S. Hall, S. T. Tistrunk
and Lee Miller were continued a
committee to collect subscriptions.
The amount of subscriptiot-s to
date amount to the sumo 0' -4,7:.).
The meeting was einthusias.ic and
the fair and its side attractions i- an
assured fact.

Growing In Wealth.
Mr. Myron ( this county, afterwards mayor (of
Tampa, is doing nothing now but
making money. He has recently
backed orders for .. 0.000 orange trees
and is figuring lon order- for an even
million, not counting those already
b .oked.
Besides this Mr. Gillett has engag-
ed with a corporation that has pur-
chased 1.'.'o acres of choice lands in
('ul,; and wiil plant ,n aie :.,'.,t '


orauioett e;d-t bc'va tt

Mr. ap-.i t-n.# r~l in.nase-r t, r
flhi-, tt,~ tr.In coin it : dolilar=-
hie lIa!i 4w btstl p-u .i 4be ha,
hI've a%1tV ins of Nh., i ,- ~.nn
gold in Al,"ka.

Woodman Officers.
Tlhe fKlaIII,-- rv tit- ttw

Thtv ill k.- jil--littd at the it-xte~
rrgulsr niet-ttig~. hi nuaryvti. '~
4 u Ci14 mi mnaidt r. 0. M. \f )n
Adva-erLileuttenir.T4'i. H. Thitu-:

K. ssiz: 1-At ,rt. J. E. Br-uw~: %Watch-
Ialan. M. Iiautdt-iswsual strntry. J. 11.
White: Pn'-aian. J. 3M.Thaio


Coming to Ocala.
lThe rein u-val.1 a nuznht-r of flimi-
he-from WYaldo.' js made imee!s,-Arv
on as.cotuiat (of the clinuze of ithe terawi-


Good Times Are Here.
Mr. Beu Riymor was in iOrala yes-
terday an l says things at .clntosh,
Boardmian and other places on Or-
ange lake have every appearance of
the hal.-yon d:iys before the freeze.
Orange latiddIr, sizilt il!,.c hines,
basket t- i nid bot xinb ,iat-In,: I are all in
evidelice :t'*ii the r' rower-., *r those
of theit i ho were ftai liful -,ilt un-
daunted, are again gatlit-rinig and
sliiqlpiln in l i n'llititi's the glIden
fruit, and the busy sIenes in the
ginrve- and about the packing houses
look like <11 tinimes sure enough.
Mr. F. ..mpson will ship be-
tween three and tiv- thousand boxes
and other,growers are .-liingii css
quantities.
If the weath, r tiend can be c:;n.ed
for awhile Marion will again take her
place at the top tof the orange grow-
ing counties of the state.
Overland From Kentucky.
Mr. L. W. (;illiani, wife andi son.
from Eastern Kentuky. near West
Liberty, passed through Ocala Tues-
day in a covered wagon drawn by
two mules,
This mode of traveling was a fa-
miliar one before the railroads were
completed through this section and
during the winter season whole eara-
van-. of wagons from (;eorgia, Ala-
bania, Kentucky and otht r states. but
principally from Dooley and Cotltee
counties. Georgia, could be seen
meandering to Peace Creek in lSouth
Florida.
Mr. (;illiani and family have bten
ion the road for thirty days and have
enjoyed the trip. Mr. Gilliai lihas
purcha-ed a place near Leesburg andi
was headed in that direction. We
hope that he will be well satisfied and
that Le will be followed by others.
Doings at Citra.
Windsor. T. White, of the White
Sewing Machine and Automobile
Company and his friend, Charles
btandley, of Cleveland, on a few
weeks hunting tour, are entertained
at the mian-ion. Mr. Standley is a
specially fine shot. Monday they
killed fifty quail, the number limited
by law, and Tuesday forty-seven.
Birds are plentiful so fhey are having
rare sport.
Rev. Mr. Geiger, niiisionary secre-
tary of the Baptist church, filled the
pulpit at that church Sunday morn-
ing. and Rev. Ira Pattersorh, presiding
eider, the Methodist churn-h. The
latter raised a collection of twenty-
five dollars for district parsonage.
R. K. Wartmnaun is on a business
trip to Jacksonville.
Rev. Morris and wife, of Mcintosh,
were guests of Mrs. Hagins on sun-
diay.


RHEINAUER a CO.



DRY GOODS


HOUSE.

FOIR CHIISTMAS BUYING


Remetni-.r that
Money Gets full Value Here!


N';t, otithr htus-
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Investigate! Compare! Prove!

We give our friends the bent lit (of
our low prices before and not after
the hl,,!idsty-.
We have made a sweeping reduction
in our ditfert-ut d.-1irtment-. VWe
have marked down iu our Dress
(Go<,d-, Department our low prices
named during the seas,'n, to such
figut"s, that such value can't he found
in any place except the factory.
That the cold weather is so what
late thi- sea-son and w e do not .re to
carry -',,,k over, we will nam- prices
which will prove that this Depart-
ment gives more than value.
W e ,'t-r Bysv .-uit. at $1l.1 to'4-l.k1,
former Iurice.,. 2 oo to 95. .
Men's Suits. $4.*1' to 1 12,o*. foi mcr


GREAT


HOLIDAY


BARGAINS


\\e have the most complete line of strictly Holiday Goods ever offered in Ocala.
Our store is filled from one end to the other with eautiful and Usefl Bargains
suitable for Gifts and the Holiday Trade. Don't fail to inspect our stock and
COME EARLY WHILE YOU ARE SURE TO FIND WHAT YOU WANT.


Dolls


1We have an exct.ptionally finte lint of Daolls.
The best andi largest line ever set-n in ( teala.
All sizes and styles. dressed or anilres.etld,
at any pricc. Tfi y will please the young.


Albums


Phitogralph anmd Autograph Albums. Picture
Frames. 'avin C(ar ds. the Perfect Scrap
Book. Leaili-hr Purses. Bill Books. Card Cases
and Comb and Brush Sets. Work Boxes. etc.


Stationery

Fine Stationerv. W,. have an exceptionally
pretty line of stationerv and Box Paper. The
handsom.est line of H11,oliday Box Paper in the
city. Nothing nicer for a Christmas present.


Chinaware


No hlous.e in Central Florida has half as much
Beautiful and, Fanv and Artistic China.
All kinds, sizes. prices and shapes. Beauti-
ful Pieces. Expeu-ive Pieces. Little. Cheap
Articles, and everything in Fancy China.


Books
W\e have more Books than were ever seen in
.al of I )aLa put together at any one time be-
fore. All ki Ils of Books. selected with a
special view t.o thi. Holiday trade. Latest
'opy righteul Novels. Padded Leather Ports,
Fine Bibles anl Te.taments. Declamations,
Pretty Gift Books. Handsome Bound Books
from'20 cents to t, cents. finer ones at higher
prices. many of the Classics, Works of
Fiction. Story and Picture Books for all ages.


Fireworks


Headquarters for Fireworks.
and we bought them right.
retail. Walking Canes and
Toy Pistols. Flags. Japanese


Have all kinds
Wholesale or
Ammunition,
Lanterns, etc.


Toys and Games

big line of Toys and Games. Picture Books,
Wagons, Go-Carts, etc., for the children.


Lamps and Dishes
Fine Parlor Lamps. Toilet Sets Pretty and
Stylish Dishes. Dinner and Breakfast Sets.


fo.t oheosBlank Book W eotstock
Don't forget, on the first ave complete stock
of the Year, that we have LIla nxk 1)0o N S of all Office Sundries.


Ocala


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ISRAE L'S OLD STAND,


Griner Farm.
Miss usie Lut'ffan returned from
Atlanta last Tuesday night.
Miss Flower Johnson gave a candy
pulling to a number of her i any
friends last week. It was quite late
before the young people it-t'arted for
home wishing the charring young
hostess would give another one iun the
near future.
Mr. Vincent Chalker v.i'-,e Cart.
Chalker at this place Sundzi-y.
Mr. ''. E Little is .tui rlig from .
throat trouble.
Here it is the inidlile 4of D) cemr-ier
and we liaven't had frost -otLh..'i at,
kill tender vegetation. Who knows
1,ut what "olid Marion" wviil be h-r-
srlf in a ,uplle of year-.
There wa- a telrtain yv.tun 1tiaIll
lio eS nitppt-it in ti.e t-nul "iae ,,rhi-r
niuht. Gu.-- ~ lit it ws-
Mr. Mar:titn la- ,t lithe it-' aTre of
strawherrit- in thi- s 'tio'i, if not in
thile ,tul.ty.
Mr. C. I. M urpiy :t,- on" the -ick

li-t last week.
MIr. Frank Cal twv:l, : f-'riner re-i-
dent of this lpla,.:. wa, vi-itint -here
WVtedne-.day. J' :. ;

Turpentine Men in Session.
The Turpentine Operator-,' A.-',. ia-
tion of this di-trict hellt their regular
meeting in tile Coimerciai Club
rooms yesterday.
President Lang pre-idd-d. In the
absence of J. W. Ir >-by. J. B. Lucas
acted as secretary.
Quite a number were in attendance.
Matters of intcre-t to the asw 'ciation


Company,

: : OCALA, FLORIDA.


To the Ladies:


We I~es-.e to nv:e
to the ':adies of Ozila a(
our -MILL.INERY has. ar-
riv-ellan! we wi:*: het
paeft~d to hav~e :hem
uab an(,examine mae
We have an expert hat
t~imer irn .as-o ari
to l~a:e &uatrwho
'Ar-e at your i-erv-iee and,
we guar--lee b--


E. K. Nelson & Co


PLANT


POTATOES!


SEED AND FERTILIZER -.
AT LOWF.'E PRICE% I
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onl ol. eed. how to plant. culaivate and ship.
,eut free for r the a".king. Addrcsi .


WILSON & TOOMEI FERTILIZER COMPANY
Mauufiatur.ere of Ideal Fertilizer and Special Crep FormulIp
J IACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.


L. W. JOHNSOH & BRO.,
DeaIlers in
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VOL. XXXVI NO. 22.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER ?2. 1402.


DOLLAR A YEA I.


Wn.TT": THISI' AU'lK WILL NOT
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Miss,a Mary and Rebt cc& Auderwin,
Who are studtents at the Randolph-
Maeo omp~inrit's (Otliege at Lyrnith.
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tuss holidays tit omnie thlisyear. They
wvil hIle tceoiiip tinit-d lby several of
t heitjr whoiol frietiIs 'wh Io will k- te licr
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THE SEED STORE
- 114 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
S ,Fll St,,k of,
Garden and Field Seeds, Plants aqd Bulbs
POULTRY SUPPLIES--INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD
White and Barred Plyn)outt) Rocks--Belgian Hares.

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FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS
M,1)mft.urei-rs of NealI. uhiller l(imapl). Sl('fell.'. Auto. g
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S HIIAT 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 miuut ,s after telling you that th-ey 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 Beat. 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
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As to Those eouquets.
VsNe are glad to sce the tIewsPa~)esiS
of theu state tL~rowim., at emt&'l other so
111413'h~t~ti'tst ii't~-ilof So inaily
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Assisted by Cuticura Ointment, the
Great Skin Cure, for preserving,
purifying, ai S: eautify ing the skin,
for cleansing the scalp of crusts,
scales, and dandruff, and the stop-
ping of falling hair, for softening
whitening,and soothing red, rough,
and sore hands, for baby rashes,
etchings, and chafings, and for all
the purposes of the toilet, bath, and
nursery. Millions of Women use
CUTICURA SOAP in the form of
baths for annoying inflammations
and irritations, br too free or often-
sive perspirations, in the form of
washes for ulcerative weaknesses,
and for many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which readily suggest
themselves to women, especially
mothers. No amount of persuasion
can induce those who have once
used these great skin purifiers and
beautifiers to use any others.
CUTICERA SOAP combines in ONE
SOAP at ONE PRICE, the BEST skin
and complexion soap, the BEST toi-
let and baby soap in the world.
Complete Treatment for every Humor.
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, Norfolk, \ a., a other lday eitarl-ii Prli,.s'ilenit h!l.). -
v lt's at' ttittl t>war:trl thl.. al f iiiit-
nient o! llnerrows to ) .rllei It i- to !e'
hoped tile H-e.Lro',.- wil iinot, lhowl' v,.r.
thie !i.'i ti toI i tit t 'X t'\ii itf !ll 'ii iifi
all their ofF-l rili l'iiTni, r-" li tl .
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LERIY, 1l (N AND STEEL

BOLTS. RoPES. PULLEYS.

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE


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WE EAT MEAT
'lo grow strong. UI'!es- we get
ood Meat Wf- nIaV a.- well let r
S 1 "#L it aaelo. There is no .strength
7 .-.;- il,.l min tough meat-in-tead of giv-

g ." ing, it takes strenllht to ,ligest
St. It pays to 1'e careful i
S.. ying, meat--ie sure to gel
S' '.- -th lie beMt-tender anid lihie.
Pay a little more if need he anid
Spout something in your stomach
S : .. wlhic Si- ones and stroiig blood in your J
heart. i

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C(A PIT AL .50,000

S A"a"n '.nt- of Fi-'-s, (' or torati .- and Individuals S..olieited.
SI'r.,iip Atten;it, to all Bl-ina-s Entrusteti to our Care.
l xhlitlig llRoulihit and Sold,.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS

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Glorious Womanhood.
A \w'aniMi'S power : vails IMst Whii'll
it i- a-.wrtt(d lea.t. Stretlu Ii-ne'.'s or
lpviliup- str iiuit--I am not sure
hlichli i- th.- hotter of the insissteii
11"111 -i- a 1lu:ality whilh has loniig ex-
i-l in people anil thing-,; but tilhe
ii&hi-it himIt- r iaiitl the important r4ole
which are 't liinst-l foI it tnli:V art'
- ilt-W hit retent-'it: aiti i( eftre the
<'i;tini i L'. !raI it',-d it woul!t i' \o-ell f(or
Ii- to liave a little t'! al.' i l.' a o4f lhtalt
jii:lity ietaini I i 14nimply another
i ii lr tanil -ta n -I vit r :uil it ten r-
S .y '? u rely a thI ln, it i ; cToher tthili
*.i i i1it1 -h 1 .- ildev-ir I y I 'oy-, ;o ld
,,i a!-, in ii n iin l wI in it. It is not
:1,- lhi li. i)'tality. "rhonghtfuln '- .
i- iirit, t-iie rlty i .hiliehrai l charity
I-t ltif ili t.-t oItf all. V it tti-s noim ble
traits : rt it iall' i ,d i, v1 li ,t' W li t I1
ithy are lilledi \ni:h .ntendy force. Thie
,trenlious life i- the life lthlat found
like a truii et. It i4 domlinanlt, 1 t'
sertive and miilitant. There i a tone-
of defiance and strift. in it. It is next
door to trident lift. If thi: is w hat
it lltealii tit's not a i ltlurai or desira-
1le lif. l' r illu-. I take it ifr granit, ld
that a m:ian ail a womtanl t re of tihe
'tiitne wirth alti rt of the sai e kit'l.
i\ llmaf'i'- >i'l evi tl anld ili- i.t' e i
va;le in tile w .r ,I lit- ju-'t inll t ,he
ii.. litis \v li l m iake her wo :ii al
I;,ret. ri ithel- t artre tlingi- wlhict
..lril ,,*>*ity ii .-'t i. i r-t r> if Iliat t, --i
trv. A -,r nc and g n. tl. ,it i;lity. -
tl- Atj, iil i do in to i. ou i l wt l r,'--
-,raiin : a i nt lill. -; vy of fe-i-ilir.
ijiik t, r, .,, ',. tendt-r to si.ill r. yvt
pit i ti t to ,il litlr, : a uitlQ.1 se. i.e 4
lit va tl e of -i all t iltuircliht-,t'e
ithi ".'-: a l4,U7,r ,f gir'ta! ,i-o;lit -ii ..
alii. -,1' sa. <- ifi.'e a1ilt-tt lim irnitl i
\whert. lv'' -peak- tl.e w<'rl aii, n u'\ -
..lrvm lOw- ta-k; anll instilit of pr, :..
ti,,ii ,i aj yvfuil pride in li liOherit,,_
tie w :;k : a lr:tve ly,,:tlly to h- righlt-i
of t"li t- ieart :wg:tii:-t "the fret/ilii rtea-
- ,n's ,,tild r pt i':" a lunb hle hunii -r
;i!, tlir-t foir hirm-in $y: anl inpre ,iri-i-
Ilt -, .ti'fia o"0. pe !i-o ial r- t'rve I, :ta
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i e the sympathy and attention which
Do not always receive the sy areyregarded as purely "
they deserve. Their ailments are ra s
imaginary, or v tural and unavoidable at their time of
life. maincasery o dinfirityshould notalways be associ-
atlife. Dieae anold age. The eye of the gray haired grandsire
may be as riht an the complexion as fair as any of.,
his younger and more vigorous companions. "t
Good Blood Is #he secret of halt ld agefor it rulathe
and coutro.s every part of the body, strengthens the neh firm;es, but whe
mus.cl.s elastic an I supple, the bones strong and the u i firm ; but when-
this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutrital powhealth sustain-
ing lcuments, thln there is a rapid decline of tee vital powers, re-ultir
in preimature old age and disease. Any d rad.'t'V.r tr nf the 1 ,, -oe :'
shows itself in an ulcer, sre,u wart, tumor or sazi ,a:'in r t n ',- e
growth up,,n the body, and rhenuiatic and neurial2 painutS 1. a:ost
constant, accom paninied with poor dil :. a:- 1 i s Ch t an
best o l put ,.-' r f,,r (,1l p,, ,,a, lIt d e .- t s:c
or hurt the sv-tcs like the str,. mineral r. :::es,
1,tut sndtl'," an,1 th,,r,,uh'l'yI c'- :iU tes t t: 1 .,,t and -
]t::, hatc, tAhe ,V ,iittl rf-. when r '-all ily
ailm i ts disa tcir- S S. is ju--t slichi a t.nic ai1; l '. ,l :e : .r l to
Ia m n t.s is er. th ,t 1 Stina.ich. If t.r i., .::- !.t rtli-
npro ca ,(r. (Iiest a t: -, ^ :i v S. S. S.
ta re t. ir t. ,.r tl'c r :::.i: s o f sCm ., ,.: .. : :
wil-l s. .r.'h it outan'l r:nove cvc: f 1, -" : c' ..":. lp
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.OCALA, FLORIDA.





In Our Repository


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,S- WHISKEY HOUSE,

Gaines- ille and Ocala. Fla.


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The .Ju1 a1id Kepi Trade Made a Special Feature.
I 'r yo r' re'- :w:~y --if' e'nuu h t curvee the cost of iugs. Hal!-gallon jugs, 1-
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The First National Bank

OF GAINEI-VILL.E.

The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.


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T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SEED COMPANY,

Gainesville, Florida.



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

Guaranteed True to Name and to Germinate.


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More than Half

ie banking business of the
United States is done on a
capital less than one-third as
large as the assets of The
Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany of New York.
Over 4, per cent. of t'tal bank clearances of Sk<
country in -90o t'a'ted thly ;gh New ork
Cleaning H uue
Coimlinr 'capital NewV.rk CityClearing H ousemnk

$103,Z02,500
Amet 1 Ihe Mutual Life Insuran,-e C.. of New V

$35 2,838,971

Your life insurance police'
is not protcctcd by such sccur
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THIL t MTI'.l'A. T-IFF INSRAN(
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Bfeeer Washington's Advice to Some
legro Proachekors.
In a late address delivered at New
Orleans Booker Washington, the solon
of his raee, gives the following advice
to sonie negro preachers:
"Ti.,-re is one thing to which I want
to call the attention of the colored
leader- in this state, and do so with
ali tht. emphasis that I can command.
There are few influences at
the present moment which are
working so much harm in
conne,'lion with the development of
our 1.eople a-s the action ofilthe ignor-
alnt a:,d ininioral i,-gro inii.-ter; I
min'i the mini.-ter wlio ha. no home,
who -'h'n- not even own a foot of land,
who doe- not have a liank av'ount,
who ,,-.iil- hi- time prowling from
oie I' antatioi to another, preac'ling
hi-re a littll-ain l lthi-re a little, l, < lle-t-
in! i ;e. w lollar. oiln one i l l'nt.ttini
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ROLLS', FROM Only the best
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:BEST BREAD
rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and
wholesome. A few .lie..t- buttered is a
weal in itself and almost as nutritious
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Orders for Bread, et'., can be more
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T'lt- 0(itala lBatiw r \% i-li- !.ecr e %nd
I' t~ t) state that tin-re i-. ttullaing too


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Florida Lands in Demand
At the I'iitd St it,- I ini ,tli.', ill
lhi- city a :.r-at iii"ny intquiri-.- are
l i. r'ec-ivc I for latid iupolii which
t> lo,:,te. There liave iteetn a gr>. it,
ini:tiiy of tli"het-. commi1111icati,11. re.-
-ivied duringlthi fail frm iiall v-v r
:bh i',ountry. --(- tine-v ile New-..

. i:i.-'or WV. A. '\ irk hasl. deidel to
!' hi h li.-t- a- a -u'lii"r I sort on
.b .f1 if'T- peak of tflite Io'ky 'M1i1-
",!t ti,','k of hutite, Montaina. Tie
. :tk ha.s : i elev:t ion of l "2.4t" fe,.t
dl.ove --ea level andl a car line i- to lie
1iiil" froin the Col(uiibia garden at
liuhtt' t the in-w hotel.
T'i* IutIlior of tlie bull bat bill ill the
.-!orli:t leghi-laIture ha- become' e as.


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We kn"w that (")I. it ";. avis'
intentions : 4i, '- h s t.. a' -
:" ..t .. 1h; e. f -i'etire. t f ind
it .. ':* '. r the expi r tio. r trof hie.
mile det-n : i t'r w hen .maken Dr. Kilmt
ril Co.. timhr out ofn, aiteem. Y.

Could be Persuaded.
\W e k,,,,w that ('tl. loIho t. laviis'
illtellti'i11,< \\+,l'A e ,nr l l hi lie ;in-
if lii-hi'l tliat In wohl retire fro- r
lo t olitic. ti:' r tlile fXl ,ir;itio) of hIt s
lire nt witri in theyiLr'-,tit. if gol
4. nol< ra't'ruililK. t %o niw-ke i;nultorlitti-
rial tin l lr m lst of hiui i le it seelnii-
tn l y ar', ', jtin.. to 14 ,',, of ci-,, r:1!'= our



il:,r'i- li- icralts 4f. lidal t :n lii ai.Ct'ft
over to ti Davi, tof Ftlornia to iea
,it It witti a- they -.*e. lit. A good
414 iorlat i- ;lvw.V=y i:l i nz to yihtl
"o it, ti,.n ni 1 ,,f lhi- I),', plh .4 1inl if
ll.. ti, tli'"<*ral- of Flo'ri'la \vaint 'o01-


vi- !t 'i'n thl'- ci:liati shoi,l1l, anli .we
n. ,i'v will, l.e inalt ". AnyhloA' we
-1i.lil S. wl what we ishal l 'vI'e ill thi-
,lire[ .tiini in dii, tijii'.-( ain,-.vill-



DR. ALEXANDER'S


CHILL TONIC
A positive, permanent, and safecure for Malaria.
Chills and Fever. Contains no poison. The hir-t
Tonic, Anti-Periodic, Apoetizer, and Strenith-
ener forpale, sicklyfnem-les andchildren known.
Brings the glow to fa-led cheeks ; makes weak
children fit and hearty.
Tablet form; tasteless: easy to take.
Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 cts.


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We d v d challenge the world to "; /
As lIef' are. stat 11 and see t en hialid
cta 'lo0td l of oiit a uit'l '\tvo-iit ort.l nuiotw -e.s,
rakes. ,.pi'kle grinilihr. s a 141 r p tii'r-
will give youihill ha'e ia theill iixt ten
days a car loi ad oI" rl.apt' i'., lliiiicier-.,
reoualders ad every luaort Iy.rtai n in
to ii)ake harvesting ta -1'Cess..
eiiteliibner that thle Mt',trlnick
le,.!,t i.- the for il' right haitn d itaciiie

ai v titilr. v.1i are sture to be disaji-
\\'e dify .Hidal challenge the world to
iliet us iii tlihe harvest tielld. There
i.* the place to shiow what yt)ur ma-
cluiin es ari'. ('all and see nie and I
will give you ptoilits that will ilitcre-t
you, antd silve yoli onliiit'v. l vti\
niai'hinie .tiltd w ill be bunt u|I 1tIil
teste-d biifotre it is turlied over tto vt,,i.


F. D. POOSER,
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Agent.


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Purchase our make, which we
Guuaurantee Superior to any
Sold South. and Thf reby
Save -Money.
Office anti Warcroonis. King. Opp~o.te Cannon
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Tm., CENTRAL LUMBER C0,,
,,ticc( bpTbe ()Cala l.tllll+t Co.'
Dealers In and manufacturer of
Yellow Pinc Lun-iber Rough and Dresse(I
Fiwritig, Ceihvv, Sidi'la, Lath, Shinvl--s. 'I'tirned Kohister-, Newels, (-'ojumus,
Etc. Scroll Wfirk and Nlantlt-s of ever dest-ripti:1 it. Swir,4, Church 8"b,
Pullpits and It sihiivs, Selic,44 Lh-sks slid Seats volill.illell, Sidelwardg,
Beds, Tabl,-s and Kitehen C visrt-is Taiiks' ally size.
Alsf al-r-nis f6r: Odt's Aeptyle,"p (ins Genprati)rs for wakinx The cheapes
:11141 loe-it lighis. Pattoti's Sutipr(w)f Paitits, Itrushes, Etv. Pittsburg Plate
C(milmi!v Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished.
THE CENTRAL LUMBER CO., P. 0. BOX 957. OCIL& FLL
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Rugs, Mattir.
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ENORAVING


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TWE EJEEA-t.


*must seo the Sasmer.
Altoona. Pa., D)ec :th ...
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner
Two weeks have now gn. \
And I've received no Ban T.
IPlea e kindly tell me why
Vou treat me in thi. mann.
1 paid you in advance one vt I
o Could read your p1;w.r
And certainly tome itn- ut-1i
you'ree cutting sach :i ,;.- .
t.. ;;rR S'The 55aag eof a City.'
To the Editor of the Ocala Burnner,
!a Your editorial, "the building of a
4 city," was read with great intert-st
and generously commended. The
modern trade centers di Iend on nothi-
lug on much as the matter of tranls-
portation. The moving of lirodubts
fis bie world's bitteet lituinev". In
S190 the money earned by the rail-
rad in the United State- exceeded
the mosey value of the corn crop, a
vpduct which is grown over the
whole area between Cape Sable and
Cape Nome. The railroads make and
Usmake towns, and they have un.
ma-de Ocala. The town will not, inl
tie ordinary coumre of things, have
more than 10,0(00 inhalbitants during
-O neKxt quarter century, wo long as
the merchants pay a local rate from
Jacksonville, which exceeds .50 per
Mret of the through rate from New
YVok, on dry goods and swuhli mer-
Vcandise. Fancy paying 6S cents per
%hundred ptm.nd& from Jac;konville to
Oala! Thitt might *uffl'e for a tur-
pentine commiWSary thut )ou cannot
blild a town on such rate". Tlhe
remed? I ~amiure you not tiv letis-
latiosor alleged railroad commie-
iets, .am them things be changed?
Cincinmati meuaced toy the Louis-
vTlle sad ashbville ralltoad, which
threatened to give oIuisville the
trade of the mouth, built and,I kwlieve,
still owns control of the Cincinnati
ioutbern railroad at a cwt of somie-
thing like fifty millions, with the re-
amit that the Louisville and Nashville
built to Cincinnati and the Queen
Cit) hba far outstripped her rival.
If the municipality 'f Ocala could
build and own an east and west line
trom the St. Johansto Port Inglist andl
operate tle line at a rate suMtfiient
only for maintenance, I believe in ten
years the incree!d taxable value*, of
the town would lel'lace thie eo-t of
Scon"stracting the line. I am of the
opinion that the Clyde" would aid and
foster this road. Why not try thiis?
H. L AN EIKsoN.

a Firemas Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
4 racked with pain," writes '. W. Bell-
any, a locomouive fireman, of Bur-
ligton, Iowa, "I was weak and pale,
V without any appetite aud all run
down. Ast I was about to give up, I
got a bottle of Electric Bitter and,
after taking it, I felt a*, well as I ever
did in my life." Weak sickly run
down people always gain new life,
*trenuitii and vigor from their use.
y them. -atifacton Kuaranteed
4 by the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
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State Convict Poor Farm.
Many off ithe convic-ts s-ntetii-m -l to
prison for a term of years are too old
and mziue too feeble to work in the
ihoi->ihaste sintes and oni the ?urpen-
titne farms, ~o the lessees are trying
the eXlwirimenit of |olachlig all such
'onvict-s ou a tr-rri cot-idiuced on the-
order of county poor arnus, i ai
think they thoiu **nlf sullwirtling.
Tht-ese lsses- litnvo- ciimploy-d Mr.
W. A. Pelot as nimnager of tihe farim
anmid this gentl-nian lis wi-~ely -eleet-
el Marion county as thei- lace for its
lioation.
Mr. P-elot liis lpurlchasedi three
hundred aid ninety n.wr-s near (O.ala
from the f.llowin l'partie-s, viz:
O(ut hundred lnd twenty acres from
Mrs. W.. Pike; one hundred acres
trom Gen. iRoliert Bullo-k; eighty
acres from Mr. (George S uok; sixty
from Mrs. I'Fannie R. (
a(res known as the Tucker place.
These lands lie in i body aid are
about two miiles east oif (-alt.
Mr. Pelot is fe -niing and ploughing
the land, i'ui'ding hliuses and inak-
inig all necessary lprt-pratriois for thi-
iinmates of the farm,, who will ie sent
to himn on the. first of next January.


Working 24 Hours a Day.
There's mo rest foa those tireless lit-
tle workers-Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Millions are always busy cur-
ing torpid liver, jaundice, biliousnets,
fever and ague. They lianish sick
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,
work wonders. Try them, 2"e, as
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2
A new Enterprise.
Persons who have paid some atten-
tion to the subject say that there is a
great deal of profit in the cultivation
of the pecan nut tree.
We are glad to know that the plant-
ing of this luit for profit is to be tested
in this county.
Yesterday Messrs. R. 8. Hall and
Lee Miller lhosed a deal for a forty
acre tract of land near Oeala on the
Anthony hard road which they will
have cleaned, fenced and set out with
Wecan trees.
The land is of mixed growth with
consmiderabtle hickory on it and ought
to be specially adopted to the culti-
vation of the pecan which is nearly
allied to the hickory. We shall
aateh this grove with interest and
keep our readers posted on its growth.
Cotton Factory at Starke.
We learn that the farmers of Brad-
ford county are earnestly discussing
the matter of pooling their interests
anid *tstaldlishitim a cotton factory in
Stake. No Ibetter plan can be de-
vise-d to give them an increased profit
,on their cotton, and the project can
iwe aceomlilished through concerted
actionn. Starke will meet the prop'o-
sition with her characteristic enter-
prise and public spirit, and our nus-
iness' lt;ie will do everything possible
to promote thle interest of the new
enterprise. If our farmers will sub.
scribe a sufficient amount of stock the
Telegraph will undertake the task of
interesting outside capital enough to
insure the tstaibli-fihment of thli fat-
tory. We have now a letter from a
manufacturer who has a fine plant
that he wisahs to move south. He
can be brought to Bradford county,
htut it will take unity of action and a
considerable sum of money to get him
here.--Bradford County Telegraph.


Inherits A Fortune.
Wea rt- it, foritegi that Dr. Arth:ir
C ranae, the evomtuglimt, whiospient A
lekin this vil rtcetitly, has jut14
fat it-,,i heir to% a foortime to S75.4001I left
him by Ws rolit-r.
D r. C raneit.hmas gone to Englasnd,
where is Ii, hroth-r li ved, to clailmi his
inhetritaijee.


COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN.

Recommendation of a Well Known
Chicaga Physician.
[ ii i nd preso-rii. ('hamtberlain's
('uih litemitlty for almost all ol.t.ti-
Inite, etistri re-ilts. I p| rei rili- it t-- cliilr(Iii of
all :,tm*-s. A urlld to r-oniitietilt it
to all in i -.lI aiili st.eekitig relief from
<'ohl~ in e s tij'aes. It is~ i ili-int rreirtd i> aid s f.f iii
the lialids of iha. m' ot tini o rofesiomal.
A uiniver-s l p;niai.tce for all iatikinAd.
-Mlrs. '.a'-% It. M.lt-iely, M. I.., Ph.
D ('li0'ago, III. Thlis reimed.ly is for
s.Je lby Aiiti- l iply I'rui Slrre ni



Thia igRtintureii o-n o .r v f the genuine
Laxative ", Tabiots
the remedy uthr -** ;-. :n oe a


Rememl


\\Jb CAN sell y
smallest artie
carload of anything
tint i ni td Hi rTirdwar


ber


ou the
le or a
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nIIII ng oi r l lL iPLIMi
Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dyna-
mite. Lime, cementt Stoves.

T\\ EN T Y-F I V E CARll
LOADS IN OUR
WAR EHO( USES



BlBAIRDHAllRD WARE CO.
O aincsville, Florida.


CHASE. BLUM & CO.
517 and 519 W. Bay St.
Jacksonville, Florida.



T. MURPHY,

Mocl)ine and Iroq Works.

Irons. Brrit I ad Rrosnze ('Cati-
intg:7'Machiene andl PHltern
Shops Marile and Rail-
road liepairs.


610to 617 E. Bay


Attention, Farmers.
A regular meeting of the Farmers'
Intittetp of -Marion county will be


Jacksonville, FI


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To Show .
The Largest Assortment
And the Best Values in


SMEN'S
. LADIES' .


. BOYS'.
CllILDREN'S


Ever Offered In Ocala.


We Are Giviog Best Volues To Be Hod For The Money



Complete Line of Ladies' Bed Room Slippers.

Also House Slippers for Men.

THESE MTrAvT USEFUL CHRIbTMAS PRESENT' -




SEE OU "KORRECT SHAPE" FO M


PATENT LEATH MK L GUARAN TBJD


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& Fomulan tes the story:


Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
N a patent me e: a th sp uous quid, a pleasanttter taste, m o
Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR SARK
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASHM BARK
Fkid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPALLA
It Cures the Chills that other Chi Tonics Don't Cure.
we st BeamI Tonic.aNo CureNoPy r c,
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A. E. BURNETFT'S

ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOLIDAY JEWELRY.


I am prepared this season to suit almost anyone in the selection of Christ-
mas and Holiday Presents. I mention below a few articles 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, Silver Novelties,
Chinaware, Brush and Comb Sets, Military Sets, Clothes
Brushes, Ghattaline Bags, Whist Brooms and Glassware.


COlE ATND JEE QI



B. MASTERS.


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I. ILW~J ~ ~ aa~ F~L'~'A~d5~, LJAZjL~ I ..9 A ~


Pitical Cht Chat.
The lalatka Times-Herald, one of
the best Florida weeklies that reaches
ourexchautge table, is making its col-
lunHs very newsy in furnishing a
gpod deal of chit chat and horoscop-
I'g.
The following is from its last isue:
"Tom McBeath, the well known
educator and editor of Jacksonville,
would make Florida an ideal su|perin-
tendent of schools. He is brainy,
progresive and ambitious. so should
Sheets decide to make the riee f,)r
governor, we might have the pleasure
of sing Mellvath holding down an
office in Tallahas-ee."
"\Wonder if(Guy .Metealf will Iea
factor in thle tlt'4 campaign? From
pretwiit indications he will le."
"Trhe itrini:try is the ipoular thing,
and J. 'Makt atform' Barrs having
1ieen onet of the prime movers in its
adoption, it will prove a great vote
catchier for lhim inll tihe ltonampaign."
"We*\V learn from a reliable sounce
that ..1s. F. Br enlcouragemenit ill his race for r--cr.-
tary of ':-te. S.in.< of thie ppaiwrs xar-
already pred i'" inx a 'clean swe-ep' for
him."
\\'-W ile outward i\ it would appear
tha t; lliii- polii,'aliy are vtry *'tliit,
still, uMidir tl- -t f l e thi-re i- ntmuch
activity. i'o ini,-iall2- h11'- 1 lot ill tlet-
ItMbsi 4-r i ttitNi in MINn'ive. MHIA
thou1 1 mi tll*'-y tty *li l t, te tes iln ,
at the satnie timnile they are d41 lubt l--
ihu-ily es.*nized in wire puilinlg atnd
otherwi-"- prrtpritii, for thle 4-amt-
pail n."
1 It
"If the tir it with tiht- large-st purl-t
got tli'e -litin-al 'plum in Ilth lrirary,
it won! I I .iJu.t :ts well for the other
ca.didli,- to lav- 'i f h., e,-iiire--iOillaal
field o,,n ;t o iwlw ind FiIl.-. Ti! foiurno I I,- \:,lita ,l, I' lr ',rty inn
.l i. i i\ I t : ti t l !:itt A 4 i

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thit -''u i. : n ,.,; \ i li- 1.. inil' r
of eat.: l l a t am.. n' l : n t 'i.tie it i ~.

t it:t re t ir ::,' 'th l a r 'a -iil lu.t' I '. !
C l :it I -,' f 11-, l tli(i:il; I. l 1 Ille li-f -

N <,' ',' n : '. *, (- i ,p.mi,-' i 1 1
w ill h.. Ir -: li<>;'t lr .v,.r -* ;:..<,,l
in Flrai.-. .t 'ihtia r I' iy tle nf1a 1 u t
vof 'ati .l '- atlenfr y i ni tile '!ld :lli
th(e inilt '-t lnioU b oif:, Ilin iif -(.,-t
4"we t't. ; :, el bei( ittlieviiri tiat it woul
h e a r'eull'r Soutlll <'ar,,liuit all'ir."
"It ik tIIv ,rlaiir i'titd bty -oie of i'-
e'.le il.-- thalt t>e ip ple ,of Jm nk-,i-
vil w iill vote for Bali.,- merely in
ord,-r 10 iet him out of town. If aulh
i- llth< 'a-e what will they do wilh his
frierl,, S ft ti-klon ."

Bux< From the Saws.
Aviit, ye gruiiii'lers.
I'-.r llnt of tll od'- aiid tiii -, *f
,trik.-- and \ar riiltl ;-ue". of Il' k of

Suhtt,. \\we refu-i b to i lht kful !--


(m u -4 :%%I Itt 111v !!IIV ll fIIt'l-; :1-4r- 'We

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All ott-er thi- Iroad country wa-
.-i'readl tine feast of t!iank-sgiving. ainli
the day of :,ioi,-intg na- bIeein tcelet-lrat-
ed itl ii, *-rtly with gou t cheer atnl a
hltlid:yi -pirit i ut in llte ilearts )f tlhe
pet,-il,-.
lity Awouiti have be.n taii likful for
le---tr ioerv-i-. but ill th ai'ouidinli
goo li'i they have e-injo-yed they
lhay. fo1,rIotteit :al Ithat at other st-A.
s.'I tlwy inighlt i- lili'Imil o,1.
The\ lil\e I-eei thaniklitil not only
f or lm:ate ital ti -.ltin bs. lut for tile unl-
daunited s- irit :itl i th. lit Iorn
strength which have ltee'ii pulaiinii z
thi- ilat lion onward : ilnd upward.
i'bt.-ct wlio tioll in llie fore-s,t. m ill ior
yai. :utdi litho. of luilist r tnainiaifav-
t'lre :id :mrade- wt o hitive -ten their
eapHltl' in-re-.e auiid thet-ir pl it= uul-
tipl!y in(li1- year o' .it. iii. i s-
,e ti r<. *,, wtith ithe t-t -f tlhe


A 0c6age In The Observance of I The biological stations of the New


Thanksgiving.
A glance at the newspapers the day
after Thanksgiving convinces one of
the change that has taken place in
the iobse-rvanee of the day in the last
few sears. The news coluimni- were
filled with accounts o(f football galles
andoother sports. Thie theaters gavie
special performnaict-.s and were re-
poi ted as thronged afternoon and
night. Altogether the observance iof
tlie da.y was decidedly dillo-rent friomn
what it was a few years ago. Thanks-
giving lia.- colie to be ree)ogniized as
a day of tl aniun ankdulies. ad joy : a. a
day when the ordinary cares oif lus-
iltess are to Ibe forgotten and family
ties are to be strengthened; whoi tihe
Ibrighter siide o)f life i- to lie t njoy#-ed,
aniu when the co(. ing of light is toi
find a peaceful and conteted IlnId.
Thlie modern view frowns upon no
healhhftul amu.l-enteht which contrib-
ute- to the family's pleasure_. For it
looks upon ha:ppines-s as a neces--arv
part of tthanksgiving. De-stota C'inty
News.
No Bachelors Wanted.
< lle of the t -miall !ate- m'llipo-ii
lie Argentiniie Iepubli has no 1i-e
for bahtielor-. Tile law h old. that a
man i- nmarriiaieable' u hein lie i.- 2'2.
The e.xli( iuer give- pjoin* i, the
opinioln by taxinl all ita,'iell'r- o
i i tin "- i :itnti ;> S Ila liin t. After
.:ti' ald ti to i ;' tin tax iilirt :i-ts I' li
ipe-i cel l .-twe .i .;5 :lld ',, li)il. %e
,l|---e-,tit..-- '.o a m onth. 11'ri0i
lii- 01tI to hi.. 7 !AIh year a bi;t'Ahel'r nlilay
follow hii ownil will i ad itby payi iin'
'il ;o di llars a monili. After llihtt
-lunie- relief. The vitioua- examplelt i4f a
I:tl,.tia r hil-tweeit 7'5 ailnit 1i is ',on-idl-
eredl tit be titutlralize.d ty tithl p1:tynnliti
of (iinly .2 a y-:ear, i:,t1 whtiii ti- ithli
lbirIlhd-ty I- pi i--t-l ,H t i.-'-ry liiiiiy
,'t'i .; ... fr iom w yi- l .\ \wi' eive'nl lii >' y';irs ill \ !ii, li t 'ill, *'!i i ii r :i 'liir ('- t l' i'tlit n 1lll:u t i
il 4 1 i i t tr i i 1 l ii 4 t ( i llF- I

't! .>a i- u i-til' n t! ;i .- :i i '
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Stovall Looks a Classic.
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' ."- \1i.s 1,n; ....(a-.,,i ,a't v.v -r tli .
llr.' i iciut m at urldi);'r l li rt', \w tl ( <
Ii i, 1.N i- lil:a ct lit 1 I ,I ,I l .1)11-
tr.-- i'tl b:l:tl'<'i alid i- dt .. -eM11ii; l .
ln it i ltir" in a iar.ia iim t. W rc it
i,' fr ulie t .x' -'llet ii '"r:y-:.l of 1dii-
(r Siov-:ll's itia ids iae col!uititen i Iis cla.-ic liirure would be eas-ily ret-
ogniiz.- i'y the cut of his carefully
reefeid trousers and the lit oif his char-
acteri-tic dress -oat.--Tiftotn (;t.
('azet te.
South Florida Ethics.
From tihe following whie'h ix taken
from Ithe I'ai lmetto Ne-ws of 27th iinst.
we take it that there i" no illmprove-
ment in tli-e Oilneif joiurnalismn in thliat
- .: 'i tl:.
*H.,w a respectable communnity like
lr.tid untown fan atilrdi to aliw this


-'ore ai''tel', s'p l[eei n : this freak nof
tie 2 0l1n century-a "crn > 1< -'Iwe-ien a
ple ct aiind a cholera elpidemihc;" a
stenchl illn tile li no triall of ivilizationi,
to liha:ii around iiin their vi.iiiity. i~ as
rlext a myi-tery as the di-:ilwpearance
of T.-rra ('-ia'- 2:' vote- fo)r Knight
anld Validlriple."

More Railways for South Florida.
S- uthl Fitorid iS- destine,l to be tin'
scenl'e f tiiitnlh activity ill radilr'ad
c nistlruetilu duurini tile t'cmilng ye ar.
Surev t l have been made ftor aln extend'
-i)ln o)f tlhe L-.ast ( 'o:st r';ad ill tihet-
l:verzlade-, andl tihe MlM:ni Metr.|,i,-
li- ..a\- tliat a Survey will ibe tmiade as
far souiiti hs ('alpe Sable. Metlitimne,
thle .at-l.oard Air Line i. ihavingii a -ur -
vey made to Bo.t11 irailde, on ltie
i ulf .* -t. Thete they tillt twent'y-
tw)o feet of water and a gooI,) h:tart'or.
St. Aiut t tine et.,orid.

A. .1. Si.11 wanted to attend a
party, 1ut w.- ifratid to do 4 -)I on a(c-
oiiiunt of .iilU in is -toach, whimach
* -r a Ii .. -. iT_


' England coast have solved the pro-
Wiem of lobster culture. Several
thomuiand of the young fry are put into
a cylindrical scrim hag :about three
feet in diameter and four .feet deep,
and the water in the -ubmerged bla
i i- c-nstantly agitated by a tlahter
driven by a gasoline engine. This
preventt, tihe fry from. smothering or
devouring one another, at the site
time keeping their food o)f st)ot clam
fragmelnt- within reach. In nine to
sixteen days from the egg-s tlhe crea-
tlurv.s are able to take care of thenm-
-Iwlve, llith is tLge being reached by 16
to more than 40 per cevit of lihe fry,
although no previous experiment ihadt
even onie iper cent ot survivors.

It is announced from Washington
that the goli dollars to be struck in
comimiemoration of the I'eitenntiial
Celbi-ratiion of the L' ui inia IPurcha.se
iby tlie St. Louis W roll's Fair in !9i-4,
will be renad-y in tIDecemier of this
year. '1 wo dt signs will mie usied, ione
tli,- head Jefftler-iii. ho negotiated ithe
grv:it pur'-ia-te. the otlhir tlie head of
MlCKiley, who isiud thlie ipro 'lt'ina-
tllilo of tlie \W'irl' Fair. 'lie num-
i,, r \ ill be liniited t')o i.i5ttHi They
will be plac-ed ion sale by the 'ra surer
oif ti.- W .rld's F:iir. tlie t of ton-
r. -- hiehli auth l'riz/.dl tihe i-,.iie per-
iniittiin thii- to lIe ldone, uind r thle
pr,,lier li Il. "ltIey w ill Ile .,li at a
lriniiiiii.
W e <-I,-,'ially nj'y, ..-s~ a v ini'ui
siu!b-,iit( r writing, from W ahiiinLto!,
I). (' youir *ditoril!- on ithe coiiint.
Iy ot-cnurrini.' problemtiis ) of life, \%lii hi I
sipitt,-me migit be el--*-d itiln eri tithe
lit.ld of ",Sociology," tline adva\': itatie
1of tnate.ri:aliisII a.is c-i1ii ri lI ith I -!.iir-
ituali-.:iti, a iid miltS l i ttli. o ai: 'ii.-t iist-- n:itk lic i tllo I- ltin i -til -
it i;- otIc'i n tiintii onl pree,~ '- il i sIt li, ip
vi l itiI" tat- 4 of re -,-in i; )ti.i r th"int
lnt0ien11 mf. L"14' 1s + .1 I Pt h.a'r.





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li lli r ; vl i i i r I ri : l it i ir .
for 1tni ii rovteiiiet -il in rit i Thlie
utlooi k i- ti oI i flr i-ttt tt i -iiona.ipo it.y
durici, Novemler -ill It'etyiiber.
Itates for foreiign -.hi i;;eiit- Novem-i
lher l-t. 11 and 1:2 .h-billi .Ls. "lth r'.ck
it)oted, at '' .4ti

Mr. Flaeler hi;.s set.a splendid ex-
ample for other railroad owners to
hfollo. Wrhat we iineed nmost in this
.ection is tli- institution of a policy
that will not biild up seaport cities at
the expense of all interior cities.
Florida s.li ulI at least have one in-
torior city.

The Dayton t<)hio' Journal says any
white man woubl be honored by sit-
tiing at diinnier within s un- i-groes It
is morei of a truthli to s:ay that isone


white meni would I be honored buy sit-
tin.-rat dinine-r with any negr-o-and
the Diytuon writer is evidently onie of
that kind.-Atlanta .Journal.
Tomn Ochiltree is dead and the
Lo'iisville (ourier-Journal closes a
beautiful tribute to his memory in the
following word-,: "iHe was a very
able and trustworty a gentleman as
ever rai-sed a go)et to hIt:- lips or
looked into) loving eyes."
f( ,vernor Melillatn, if 'Teline-see,
saty- that t-a.te uniforinity in text
ib no(k- save- :2.534,iti alinua:lly to the
pletiple of that state. Why noit try
st-ch a lw in F-orii.'a?
The Wetwalitebka News says that
tlihe nae tof that little town i- as
easily pronounced as tllie name of- any
to\ ii in Flri.la. Thie following is tlihe
lir.niutitiatioii, viz: VWe-wa-hitchi-ka
It is certainly very pretty and very
uiini-ical.


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I hlave at tilt ,l Alliance Store in (Ocala the most complh'te and up-to-date line of


11" Good(is idT(l


G1r.oeeries


which I offer to til! t(,,ople of Ocala. Marion anid surrounding counties, at the
almost reaso,,able, figlir e.verr lte.f)fore offered t,, the public. I realize that the day is
le-re whlO n yoll must have valull ft)r yu()Ir dilliars. aid I am prepared to give yOU

this valu.. Ain r-t,.i.ving ,lailv a line f Staplt' 1anl Fancy Groc.ri,,s that will
supply any a (id all di l:in.ils. My11 line ,f IDRESS (;( ()1S, NATI' iNS, StIP)ES,
HATS. ('IA)TTHIN(; f,,r minen andi ))vys is I (,,npl>te- and full. T.e pri-(s shall be
male to) suit vyu. We ar. lihre to) s.ll goods anti they shall Ie soldl. See us.


O)nee more we want to call viur attention to 4our Coffee. It'. our own blend of
ditiir,-i, t !,,,:ir i ,il\ i ii .ra;t ai rn-.\wi:!i.g ,h.lnatii l. The veryv est to be had
for Il il. ilei'v ;lil\wltYw er. W- iniake a >,i.cialty of pure tine l.offees and Teas,
iil :;i l l i -. ,I,* I Y lit- '" 11 relie e llt ii :ip s to bollth jl iiality andl quantity. L ,ow
*,ri..-'. r l l /_. ls 1 lli prl riil'it .frvie. al ttritet Ilrat it an1 w lih (ld it. Try us.



I extend to ')u al cordial invitation to make tmy store headquarters when you

ComQ to fc:tia. \\ c are alay. .id to sce you and shake your hand. Ask for



S. R. Pvles, Old Alliance Store.
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The


World's Output of Wheat and
Corn.


Toward the wI',rli'.. w ik eat ,.,'() tihe
i'nitti d S itat. .ontri-i ltel in thile live
year- 12i0'.:i-1 2._.7 i. -r c ,lit., v'b iln e
for tihe year l''l its c nitrilution to
tile world's IproducttioIn I >f wheat
aniounited to 25. per c-ent. I)uri"ng the
year ls9i6-1'.wO there were grow 14,-
7(,MIt(OM,l0H1 bushels of oats in the
world, and of this 3,7tF.<,0M, Ml u.sh-
els or '5 per cent. weAre produced by
the United States.
The world's total product of corn
for the years 15-1')1.Hl Iluefuated be-
tween 2,(Il;o >, u>.Mi and 3,4 KHP, o (>
bushels per annum, a total of 16,(60)-
*,H)MPM) for the period, with an annual
average of 2,770,0 P>t,)"i. Of this
amount the United States alone pro-
duced 15,4110,10, ti P an average of
2 ,47( ,4HM,iHooP liuhels per annum, or
7-) per cent oif the worlds crop.

Why Not?
All (of the newspaper writers, who
are hunting for a presidential candi-
date lfor the democratic party, neglect
the south. There are some able men
in the south, mnen in every way
worthy of the honor of leading the
democratic party in a presidential
contest and capable of tilling the offi-
ce of president creditably. Why not
seek a candidate in tile -t)uth?-Sav-
annah Sews.

A Formidable Competitor.
One thing is certain, riov. W. S. Jen-
nings will be in the race for the nenate
two years hence. That hie will prove
a formidable opponent to Mesrs.
Taliaferro and Stockton there can be
no denying, for he has the backing of
some of the mo-It influential men in


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| MiRS. L. T. TOMPKINS'

SFAFIOUS MILLINERY !

E Is a Source of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are hard to
41-"- please, go there; her style will please you and convine you that
Gob- y-ou are not hard to please, only have uot found before the style
g aqnl quality you desired. You will find the finest style and as-
sortment in the city, andi most complete. Her novelties and
: I'Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the most fashion-
a)able place to buy your winter headwear. Mrs. Tompkins' efforts
have succeeded in establishing a business whose foundation is
*^ founded upon a rock. Hter principle of trade is one that will
Syvield a benetit to everyone. You want to know you are well
3:: dressed; quality and style give that satisfaction. You can by uy
o-- your millinery from Mrs. Tompkins and know you are in line
m= with the e-t. A perfect satisfaction and a delight to contem. 4
1" ll'ln iXYoai will get your money's worth, and the style
^- .thruwlui il)
G -Cortni.-'andutlh Magr !, street and Ft. Avenue. Opposite Liddon's Stsbhle
llllllllll_.ll__Il _.ll_.il .Il ....alli llullailillilllll ggll in m


M.


The Most Exquisite Line of



LADIES' DRESS GOODS
I _Can Be Seen Now at My Store. 4


The latest designs of Black Raised Peerola, from.. .$.00 to $1.26
The latest designs of Broadcloth, in black, green,
castor. navY, brown and royal blue, at..........5 to $1.25
Flannel f, >r (Iresses at from......... ..............5 to 1.2
Bla,'k Htenrietta Superior
Black Henrietta fr "......................... .75 to $1.26
--from .... .......................... .35 to .50
Black Silk Warp Cashimere .......-.... ..... 35 00to
Black ashimnere from.... .......*.............. 10 to 5 74


The Most Attractive Line of Ladies' Fancy
and Plain Waistings, in the Very Latme
flowm.m..O ae


FISHEL


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Sells! !



p Ctsar. Iron


Shooflys, G<


Games of



Rugby


ongs.


All


Foot


DOLLS!!!


Trains. Wagons


Chimes,


Kinds.


Rails.


TOYS


NEW


STORE.


WAGONS!


Stot '..l r. wol-have no.iial for 4tiralbility. Don'


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AND UP TO DATE.


SANTA CLAUS


ANTI-MONOPOLY


DRUG


STORE


-~ U %o w


H. C. GROVES


TRICYCLES


STEEL VELOCIPEDES


I


JB. CAR LISIF-


Ar FLORID( GROWERS.


1iir


Oranges Being Rushed Forward.
A ,:\'<- ( i ;;' l *<. 1 '. .". A iic


(1:att lIght liert. at hum.-.


Im1e folowizig


( ., : i. t = 7 I II (r4 !".


-11 lplusozI'


Florida gra.'t'r-sawul ot-O.A *ra.I4 ,ti
am t~ak~t-i fromu tbe Nvw Yat k- I';.kt.-

of the ,4ai;';wr atial 5fr(owtr:
'flue 1'aekar ,w.tt, wAhile htAiiiti
154t welk, Ihad tile aa-inta. f ,.v'* ta
& E. A. Tj~iitaia-, mniqataaa!ir if till*,11

dickma agreat many fhue 4oraittg.!aP-..
headquarter,- isr.-Arc-tdia. .mlia-re liq
bas a larg, fitie, ;.aakitag hu...I~
ed by eleetricity. ruititlille irty ailt
nlgbt.
Mr. Thnottmi, It- a tatkor.ritie Ftvo
sear Aromadia *wheich a:t adreaum xa:.
.ow of the pirettie-st ;.njort.-Iti- ill Fltar.

S Ibe lPacker mani also had itlie pleast~rt
of "weetiaix(Cap~t. 1Rom KI. Wiaiddel.i
Em.pt. W'lidden is. a ra-tir*ul uiarehanti
"0has baateemx quite auevesisful lie i?
-$eowner of fine orange't grov'e prajt-r.
tieta a well as OIW aof 11[N-40140I- vestil
kftVga. ownitig SMwtIN e.441if vsta-ttic ill
De ISAto counlty.4ai.%1ad~'t
& fine b orne at Aremadiu. He- isa
husler atida -'rgaul -.
Promlinent it tnimt('i~t*te~av" .
WWW etOCuntv is tile smaaattiielit grove

Col. 'Watkin ius hzjt aett-of tit*- "a rx fill-
qat grove *proaqsltie!- ill Fitriqlsa.40
which be is j us' ly ;.ral. I ht. .4)146114.
P-18 an entlAUsiai-t (Ott IF lridnta tid' it-
future. He i- aal ahlalsie soutivara.
gentleman o qf the- o10111 laSA-114l. He
to..a great psleasAure ill "1iatwilicg(tlet
over Ili. fill*- crov-.
Col. Watkins carried off ,uiatatOf tile
piymjiujtis it t the ro .-t-tat FlasridA state
far, held a~t Iake ( it%-. f-or a-itiil'1
fruitm. At-ilt- frontu avlig fiu llhe 4ervI'

fruit iwe have ever m-f1111-i11ilW-a1%
the goretniufla t Lt1-e (City.
He it, well 1,A0,44-41 (t ait U fri-,'
gSfltiel*UiII of li9I-il and .t~iwrL'y ti-
done aaldreats.
Sj~-jgOf 1Ow stitfli-t'tctiwC
Packer gnati ,-.%s:
Ret-eeut ramsa'di e''i.rjh'i ~i
gW to wiiaLa-vt'r low I&ted lu- al1
Sbee,, Pt.-out. Tilt, ;.rmiri't- at
flowtid for sa-va-ral dxv-a l 1"ht
swie Ilwadl1, dantAg#ed or 4-ta ie-l da-
ti'oytd. FortutkatteI.Ntiter- l tii%,`
VWrYlarpe aa.rt&Ug4a 401t :4114itherv i-,
ample 4~tituie t') rtjbli&4t l'l jt-.it, u ill iII
for the spritngz erqv;..
Th&- rains did gqroal g4Mbit thej1i1,
ktod crolp-, of w164-11ailt t"" 1- .
emble, aud thu- tlt' 9404"t4 -.-..af~
# VA" I& d. it w I!ii flt ha-, h1.11 I MA jut


art. n uumit~-eI '7 w.-.- 1 i ..1.
Ii it-Ill .u k I f.l *A In.u 4~

%arq l -u s:it- !'u% t f I rtuu f Iul ato ul

Wita d ia li i.-11ar
ofIfiih Ut i.



l'e:Ow W lee iIt, IIaIt. arrita rit--' i t i cr.a .' %kit
1t-r. wii.-ret tit- LE-tt~rhiu.z- anal ttt-ie
C~a-.i ve graswer-r.. hve em 1 .1,rkeal


Brilliant Orator an Honor to Stat.
Hon. W.~.A. Blatwutt, 4-f 'eiisaveada,
la.its t-ta hI-i bertile -Ist&-.( week, eetwasrui-a
Iii tit le defell.- illitil-t- a -a ,f Ion-aere
~ A~tiV'*. (;eoat- z lawis. HI- wi,,.
* :ss' 'ia tteal %iitIth 11-. ifl J'it. A. 11.ta-i
d-rsain :aumidJuai&.a-(ielbrgea-1'. 1Raney-.
Mir. i1iunitit adt-1ioa--fa2Ioani- ()atfilt-
I.*tarct zim-ews ever Iheardl ii ll t-aei

a41f thlt, easo,-*Itl-. 1111441i I 'exot II -ut

ca-vi ed tilit-4-14 eiat'ae ttvittt itia In frnt
evvrviuau:iV. tetul, %.ts erreatlIyv:apt re-
6,4ta1"1 Iy all.
A%'awa-i NMr. I iiiilu t ha'. ft-w
!.t1lH-riqtr-. m il-l iii aitabr het''Ltaii4% wtih-
a iti a laer itIith* .-''tte. H,- u-a 1.ep ottat
tile .tty i-liita-. of tilit- av-riage Peanautt
l-.hj1tie jial, mield taowtr- ao,a,ve the in t
a giant Ambati~lig J~igllieI.-. I TI Iaword lie
i-pla attlelt'lt1II alil-aL ,.illabla, alt lifti-
4sr taotht l- bar :tand a eiatlit ta)tftle state.
lie. ~ iii 2 hit-r arto a. 1,I finy V and iiatI raSlE-


A Beautiful Thought Beautifully Ex-
pressed.
I. Ii:.' iaska "!%%41 Ia~ tfir


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f4rI w t vui?


* other C.-rididates Have a Say.
It i- eprtlubrtt-at tat l u11it. 1 Uthtk
~,ittl utt.' i't- iiz'th-4tts thea- rlls-fI-a
il-lt uftha--- tadlt. I i-It-a'! tlp
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Christmas


shoppers


When you are casting about looking for a suitable Christmas or I Ioliday Present for
your loved ones just drop into our store, where you will be shown hundreds of articles
to select from. We have just received a nice line of Rocking Chairs, than which you


cannot give your mother anything which will please her more-thecy are of the com-
fortablv kind, such as slt- has been wanting for a Lmng time. A nice Longe or Set.


tee will make your wife happy until next Christmas, try it and see. Your daughter
who has recently started housekeeping will appreciate nothing you can give her more
than one of our beautiful Sideboards or Chiffoniers, drop a hint and see. Make your
brother happy with one our Solid Oak Bookcases, they are beauties. In order that


you may see just what we have in store for you we have
everything possible in our spacious salesrooms two doors


TEA OWNERS AIDED TO PASS
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& SWEIITZER, LIMBURGER, BRICK AND YOUNG AMERICA CHEESE
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