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FEBRUARY 22 l O1
1O1 THE OCALA BANNER
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must cease ceasef ceases
I I ° Congress says hazing
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f I Te Texas as is determinedweevil determined to kill tile boll bollI
weeVI weeVIIE weevil I
IE E It is nowthe now the fad f for or elopers to have
1 c chaperones chaperonesMark
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in the theI theConfederate
Mark Twain was a lieutenant
I Confederate army armyJacksonville armyJacksonville
t
Jacksonville is growing more than thani
i N any city in the South SouthI
4 I I i Efforts are being ma made d e to eSIU establish e ea bl IS ISI h
I l a sugar refinery at Lake City CityaPt CityIn
aPt
In building air castles rarely a af athought
E f i thought is given to the kitCh kitchen kitchenE n nGovernor
f t Governor and Mrs Jennings at attended atr
r I tended the carnival at Pensacola Pensacolaf
is not always doing the theI theit themost
The man r s
f I it I most who is making the most show showI showDenmark
I I I Denmark is anxious for t the e United Uni ed edl
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l i t States to buy the Danish West est Indies IUllIei
i i i r t It doesnt speak well f for r California Californiat CaliforniaLoud
t i a I that it keeps + lr trLast Loud 1D in Congress CongressII Cou6ressi
t t La Last st Monday Mrs Nation eras as put putr
II r 1 i inJail jail in Topeka upon her faIlure to toI togive
I give bond bondGeorge bondGeorge
I u I It George R Eger of Boston has hast
t t i t t r t failed for 1 1107311 0341 A tell dollar bill billIt bitrepresents
It l represents hIS assets assetsAn assetsAn
An Ohio preacher wants a divorce divorcebecause divorceli
li ° i because his wife refuses to go to toI tochurch
church and hear him preach prelchOther preachOther
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k Other states have oil wells Texas Texashas Texask
1 has oil geysers The Lone Star Stari Stardoes
i state generally does things b bscale on n big lJigscale
scale scalef
t f r Those who can best afford to lose 103eI loseare
I
t are ofcenest given pointers how to toI towin
win In every direction it ii its a world woridj
I j ofinequalities ofinequalitiesRobert of itselutilitiesI
I Robert R Church a wEalthy negro negroof
of lIemphis has contributed S1000 1000 1000I
I for the forthcoming entertainment ofU of ofthe
U I l the Confederate veterans in that city cityf cityThe
f The higher and higher a man cHw climbs climbsup bs bsl
l up the ladder of knowledge where wheref wherethe
f the sunlight is the more and more he hef hepities
pities those in the darkness below belowhIm belowhim
f hIm hImt himThere
t There seems to be something else elsebesides t > lse lsebesides
besides Schlitz beer to make Mt MtWaukee lil
11 waukee famous Within a short space spaceof
11 P of time she has granted one hundred hundreddiyorces hundredt
t divorces diyorcesi
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I t Congressman S Sydney due J Bowie wife wifeand wifeand
and two children of Anniston Ala Alaarr Alar
r arr arrived ed in the city last Friday after ufternoon afteri
i noon to visit Mrs Irs Ethridge MrsI Mrs llrsBowies
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Bowies mother motherI motherMrs motherDirs
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Mrs Nation will soon need her lltri herhatchet
hatchet at home She recently re rer roceived
i >
r ceived the following telegram Come Comei
i i home at once or I shall sue for di
t t i YorecDxvlU voree David Nation atlOll atlOllI
4 4r
t j While I 11 1 e t the I Ie south was in the saddle saddlei
i
in politics sIte was out of it in com comi cornmerce
i meree Now that she is out of it in inpolitIcs inpolitics
politIcs she is getting to be very verymuch erymuch
much in it in commerce commerceCharles commerceCharles
Charles Broad Broadway W3 Rom s the blind hlindphilanthropists blindphilanthropists
philanthropists P sixtyfiftb birthday birthdnywas
Pwas
was publicly celebrated in New York Yorkby Yorkby
by his benefactors Mr I r Rouss served servedin enedin
in the Confederate cavalry cavalryfhere cavalryThere
There is not u great deal of dissimi dissimilarity dissimilarity
larity between Count Custellaiue who whomarried whomarried
married Anna Gould and Andrew AndrewCarnegie AndrewCarnegie
Carnegie The count has 110 desire to tolivo tolivo
livo poor and Andrew Carnegie no de desire e esire
sire to die rich richIt richIt
It was all right for Be Rev Mr Shel Sheldon Sheldon
don to run one issue of n CIty paper as ashe ashe
he thinks Jesus Would Voul Dou Do but supPose sup suppose
pose he should run n countr country newspa newspaper news pa paper
per for a whole year ear what would he hedo hedo
do when his subscribers wouldnt pay payand payand
and should sa say Stop my paper
I Speaking of suffrage in the South SouthBe SouthRev
Be Rev Lyman C Abbott says I do donot donot
not wish to justify the methods but I Ido Ido
do applaud the attempt in recent recentyears recentyears
years to have the best elements gov govern ov overn
ern in the South There should be bedrawn
1 drawn not a color or race line but a aI acharacter
I character line lineWhile lineWhile
+ While in Chicago theg the50ther other day dayGeneral
1 General John B Gordon was robbed robbedof rob bed bedof
of his overcoat in which was a wallet wa11etcontaining walletcontaining
containing four thousand dollars a anumber anumber
number of railroad passes and a num number number
ber of other valuable papers This Thistheft Thistheft
theft adds to Cbicsgos reputation for forcrime fori
i crime A thief who would steal from fromt
t General Gordon i is bad off indeed indeedI
I I hold if the Almighty t had ever eyermade everr
r i made a set of men that should do allthe all allthe
the eating and none of the work he hewould bewould
would have made them with mouths mouthsDIy mouthsonly
DIy and no hands and if he hehad had ever everde everL
L t > rande de another class that he had in in1Ied
4 loaiod 1Ied should do all the work and andeL andtit
wool eL U tit eatinl he would bay bayr flr > re reZwi
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FOR THE WANT OF WHICH ALEXAN ALEXANDER ALEXANDER
DER WEPT WEPTThe WEPTThe
been con consummated cousummated
The great steel trust has
summated summatedIt
It makeR lIr Andrew Carnegie the theworlds theworlds
worlds first billionaire billionaire1t
1t makes Mr lr J Picrpont Morgan Morganthe lorganthe
the holder of the largest stock in the thonew thenew
new concern theworlds greatest reatest fac factor factor
tor in business affairs affairsSteel affairsSteel
Steel is the trump card in the mod modern modern
ern world worldEery worldEvery
Every large building in every large largcity largecity
city on either side of the equator isnow is isnow
now built largely of steeL steeLEvery steelEvery
Every large seagoing vessel whether wbetheras
as u missionary of peace or as a de destructive destructive
structive engine ofJwar is built of ofsteel ofsteel
steel steelThe steelThe
The rails of the railways which are areciviJiziug arecivilizing
civilizing and girdling the globe are aremade aremade
made of steel steellhe steelThe
The electric and telephone wires wireswhich wireswhich
which climb to the top of the loftiest lofriestmountains loftiestmountains
mountains and sound the depths of ofthe ofthe
the deeptstf deepcstlseas eas are made of steel steelflIe steelThe
The tools of the machinist in every everydepartment everydepartment
department of trade are the output of ofsteel ofsteel
steel steelThe steelthe
The implclllents of the agricultn agriculturists
rists with which he cultivates his histi hisfields
ti fields lds and hare harvests ts his crops art the theprod theproducts
prod products nets of steel steelWe teelVe
Ve live ind indeed td in an age of steel steelaud steeland
and to its it as a factor in human affairs affairswe
we must all pay tribute tributeIn
In the Cnited States we have the theiron theiron
iron ore the coal and the lime the thethree thethree
three Ingredi Ingredients nts for making steel in inclose inclose
close proximity and in inexhaustle inexhaustlessquantities s suuntHies
quantities quantitiesIn uuntHies uuntHiesIn
In Europe the coal is being rapidly rapidlyexhausted
exhausted und it is believed the end endis
is in sight sightSteel sightSteel
Steel can therefore be made cheap cheaper
er in the United States than in any auyother anyother
other country and it i is clearl clearly within withintile withinthe
tile power of this great combination cowbinationto
to control the worlds output outputNo
No potentate of the world is so pow powerful powerful
erful as it is Po possible sjble for this svndi svndicaW syndicate
I
caW to become becomeIt i iIt
It can command no greater influence illtluencetban influencethan
than did the Ptolomies in ancient ancientEgypt aucientEgypt
Egypt than Cyrus did in Persia than tbanHauni thanHannibal
Hauni Hannibal ul did in Carthage than the thelresars thet2tesars
lresars did in Homo than Crow Cromwell Cromwelldid well welldid
did in nglaud or Napoleon did ill illrmuce inFrance
France FranceBesiue rmuceBeslUe
BeslUe it tile bankIng hou houses es of the tbeHOlh theROllitichilds
HOlh ROllitichilds dlilds
wiii treasure up n nmere as asmere
mere pigmies beside a giant gilUtlr
lr will do that for which Alexander Alexanderwept Alexanderwept
wept because he was po powerless r1e s to do doIt doit
It will conquer new worllls Hnd will willif ill illif
if it wants to toy with colosul culos at enter enterprbe cuterpries
pries whether of individuals or of ofgUcrnmeuts ofguvernmeuts
gUcrnmeuts on either sIde of the thegreat thegreat
great seas liKe a l schoolboy toys with witha
1 a top topSteel
Steel eel is be modern sceJtre of d dnusty ds dsnasty
nasty aud de tinyulOre potent than thanIiug tbunKing
King Edward crown of jclwelsaud jclwelsaudwill
will he worn almost exclui exelusively vely by the tbePierpont thePierpont
Pierpont lorgan syndicate syndicateuw
uw uwKING
KING EDWARD Vii ViiIII ViiIts
III reviewing the speech p ecb of King KiugEd KingEdward
Ed Edward urd VII upon his ascending tile tilethrone thethrone
throne of Great Britain the Times TimesUnion liwesl71lion
Union an and Citizen
says that as a adeclaratiou adeclaration
declaration of policies it is not a very veryeiaborate veryeiaborate
eiaborate document and accounts for forthe forthe
the apparent defect from the fact that thatthe thatthe
the king has very little influence lll lllshping inshfrpiug
shping British legislation It says sasthe saysthe
the president of the United Slates Slateswould Stateswould
would h have ve gone much more in into to de detail detail
tail because he has much mare to do doin doin
in matters pertaining to legislation legislationFurther legislationFurther
Further along in its article the 1
I U and C says that a change in the thewearer thewearer
wearer of the crown in Great Britain Britainmeans Britainmeans
means much less than a change of ofparliaments ofparliaments
parliaments parliamentsThe
The Thue8Union and Citizen is la laboring laboring I
boring under the impression that the theking theking
king ig but little more than a high highsberift highsheriff
sheriff to carry out the decisions of ofparliameut ofparliament
parliament parliameutYet
Yet one readitg reud 1J his speech will ar arrive arriye
rive at the conclusion that the
king kingat b bat
at least thinks the TD an and C is ismistaken ismistaken
mistaken and that he is the whole wholepush wholepush
push pushu
u My I arm army ill South Africa the I
t
lines of the enemy are in
my posses possession Possession
sion sion my naval forces
my em empire empire
pire etc are the terms the king em employs employs
ploys ploysThe ploysThe
The king doesnt talk a little bit bitlike I Ililt
lilt like he 1 ias merelin mere tinliel 1 figur fi lrore he head headrt <
rt alIIeDtt n > 1ttwu tbe1I tiss trill I elar IE 1
l 1 1IifjL 1IifjLx
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much for forroyalty
I fGreat fGreatroyalty Great Britain pays too
royalty for it to amount to nothing nothingThe
The king is both potent and power powerful
ful
In His Steps StepsAnd StepsAnd
certain scribe came and said unto Him HimIaster HimMaster
And a
than thangoest thouAn
thee whithersoever
Master I will follow
goest goestAnd said unto him the foxes have haveholes i iholes
An And Jesus
holes and the birds of the air have neste but butthe I Ithe
where to lay his headr head
the son n of Juan hath not I IAud
if then t11cnwitt thenwilt
said unto him
e And
r Jesus
wilt be perfect go and seUthat sell that thoul1 ast and andgive andgive
shalt have treasure trcnsurein
and thou
give to the poor
in heaven and come aDd follow me meAnd mes
s And he said unto th tliern tD when I Isent Isent
md scrip and shoes shoeslacked shoeslacked
without purse
sent you r rThe
lacked ye anything And the they said NothingThe Nothing
The above quotations are texts ern ernploJed employed
ploJed by Christ during his person ltronal ltronalrninistry tl tlministry
ministry rninistryHow ministryHow
How is it now nowIn llowIn
In England the established church churchisL
isL is a part of the crown and the eclesi eclesiastieal eclesiastical
astieal appointments are made by the theCroWIl thecrown
crown crownThe CroWIlThl
The more important church digni dignitades dignilanes
lanes are said to receive the following followingsalaries followingsalaries
salaries salariesArchbishop I IArchbishop
Archbishop of Canter Canterbury ur 85000 85000Arch 75000Archbishop
Arch Archbishop hishop of York 50000 Bishop Bishopof
of PNerborough 52500 Bishop of ofLondon ofLondon
London 50000 50 000 Bishop of Durham Durham35OO
35OO Bishop of Winches er 32000 32000Bishop 32000Bishop
Bishop of Ely 2000 Bishop of ofVorl1ster ofVoreester
Vorl1ster 25000 Bishop of Bath
25 5 oeo j Bishop of f Oxford 2ijoon x2500Bishop 2ijoonBishop °
Bishop of Salisbury ° jOOO j Bishop Bishopof
of Norwich 22500 j Bishop of Car Carlisle Carlisle
lisle S22500 Bishop of lincoln th thj0t1 2
j0t1 00 Hi of Chirhe Chichester ter 21000 21000ishop 1000Bishop
Bishop rf If Exeter S21000 Bishop ot otHereford o1Hereford
Hereford S IOOO Bi Bishop bop of Lich LiclIfield Lichfield
field 21500 Bishop of Liverpool
821000 Bishop of Landaff 21000 21000BiEhop 21000Bishop
Bishop of Manchester 21000 Bishop Bishopof
of St t A A4aph aph 821000 Bishop of Rochchester Roch RochdIester
chester IDQOO IDQOOAnd 10G00And
And so oil to the plJ1 If a very long longcltaIPter OlO 0 0chapter
chapter chapterThe
The Master aster never Sti saw w a eatliedral eatliedralspire It l11 dral dralsire
sire a mitre velvet pews carpeted carpetedaisles carpetedaisles
aisles purple robes nor norsatin satin surplice surpliceHe
He rt rebuked > avarice and bow and
= Most everybody knows knowssomething = f fsomething
something about aboutOld aboutOldVirginia
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Old OldVirginia Virginia Cheroots Cherootsf Cherootsas f
I as 300000000 00000000 of o them are being beingsmoked beingsmoked
smoked this t is year Ask anybody about aboutthem aboutthem
them if i you have avee never smoked smokednurse them themyourself 7 7avee
yourself nurse They e have made their theirown theirt f
own reputation and an t eir eir own place placein ace
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in the cigar trade tradefolly folly 0 on their theirmerits t tmerits eir eirin
merits Three tee good 0o smokes for or five fivecents fivei I
cents and an no nowaste nowasteThree waste i t tThree
Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this thisyear thisr
r year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for f or 5 cents 15 15ele
ele eleA
7 7A
A FAIR QUESTION QUESTIONTO
TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS SUFFERERSmOULD SUFFERERSOULD
OULD you give two cents or two and anda
a half cents for or immediate and posi positive positive
mOULD tive relief from rom the exhausting and andnerveracking andnerveracking
nerveracking asthma from which you yousuffer yousuffer
suffer One dose of Foleys Fole s Honey Honeyand Honeyand
and Tar is positively and unconditionally guar guaranleed guaranteed
anleed to gIve positivell relic and there are ten doses in ina
a 25 cent bottletwentfive doses in a 50 cent ctntbottle centbottle
bottle bottleFoleys bottleFoleys
Foleys Honey and Tar will cure asthma if not nottoofarad nottoofaradvanced too far ad adanced
anced and always will bring relief Remember one dose doscmCul5 dosemeans
means rcl relief ef from the terrible wheezing and chokingup chokingupIs
Is our guarantee worth the price of a trial to you youFoleys t R Ra
a Foleys Honey oneY and Tar is the name nameLouise nameLouise
Louise Prickett 509 e Bryan Ave Danville Ill writes writesI
I had suffered several years with Asthma and after try trymg tryis
mg a great many remedIes I bad given up all hope I W33 W33advIsed Kosadvised
advIsed to try Foleys Honey and Tar It immedi2t l1 l1stops lystops
stops the coughing spells and I get my breath more freely freelyIt
It IS the only medIcine that ever gave me relief reliefBANNER reliefBANNER
BANNER SALVE heals all hurts
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From a 1 bankers an anirlr lr of visou vis on a ahl1tisil mi might ht b bz deli Idlte led as 5 a aea i i itn of oft
8 t Ollt iiveyin > jill to the public 1 ublic the h hippy ppy iottJIi iuttllrhenc ellc th 1t he is i in i t trainers s that he L 1 in inhuill
ea huill huiuess S Hot for the > HllUst > tnent Uen of i it Solel snlclr hut f1 pur UlHoiulleratpf bu bufflil1 nes 5 5furthermore
0 o furthermore that while be is in business f fo lPr oti l gain niu he i is also I50 there UI ae a put putI Pshlire
j lie convenience catering to he leghinte n needs eds of the pl people peopleAgain > opic opicAgain
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Again from the bankers standpoint advertising advt > rtising might be described de clibed iS H meaI18 of informiD informfnQ pp pppeople ptpeople
people who ho he is wb what t he is doing where he is doing it lint nud what it will profit TH THEM EM to do bvness bUa bUaue8S
ness with HJ HIM I
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MUNROE t V GMaMBLISS K 7 BANKERS
hurl1 Ii His mtdiclio119 in Hgainst the theIUumullltioIlS thear
ar IUumullltioIlS r of great ribeslay ribeslayIllt
Illt u t 111 treasure on earth where llwth llwthawl ruotltaiid
awl rtit Itl t cloth corrupt corruptRci orruptHct
Hct iviutrr inl thei W above salaries an anIWfCllbitts and andpergnisitrs
IWfCllbitts hC5 besides rlts would Re Rev Mr MrSlitIdol MrSIildon
SlitIdol HY that these august dignitarir digni dignitariR
tariR > s of the church Ht walking in inthe inthe
the footsteps of the > lowly Nuzarille NuzarilleBri
Bri hts Disease is s lllorl dreaded hy hyphy byphysiriaus
physiriaus phy itiuus than any of the theserious seriOllS dis disofthrs disorrdF
ofthrs orrdF > rs with which they have to deal dealhecHu dealbecause
because e of its it insidious aut aiul muliguan maligasutr t tdlafUcttr
r dlafUcttr If prompt action were wemtukpu weretaken
taken when lWtulllches urinary dis disorders disorders
orders dige digestive t e troubles first appear appenrllltHh appearruucli
llltHh suffering null sorrow would lit beverted littrted
trted PHICKLY AH BITTERS will willquilkly willIllicitly
Illicitly top t hp spread of the disease diseusequit diseasequiet
quit the iuthmmation heal the kid kidIItYS kidritys
IItYS and bladder strengthen ann reg regIal reglate
late the liver and drivel poisious slid slidiupurities alit alititspurities
iupurities out of the system Anti AutiIonopoly Antitonopoly
Ionopoly Drug store lore special agents agentsill
ill illIf
If every county had u rock pile pileaud pileand
and would Illuke it tL penalty for the theJrbouers theprisoners
prisoners to brt break > ak rock instead of ofdoing I
udoill doing nothing Ulauy a mile of rock rockroad rockroad
road could ev eventually utuuIly be wade Good Goodroatts Goodroads
roads have pa passed sed the experimental experimentalstage
stage and have
now become a necessity neces necessi
si sity ty
Nikolalesla Nikola IesJa says I am satisfied satisfiedthut satisfiedthat
that I shall be able to telegraph with witbout witht
out t wir wires s to an any cit city iu the world worldwithin worldwithin
within ashort tine By lll my system systewI
I hope to attain a speed of 1500 to
2000 words a minute The iustru instruments
Imenta menta at either terminal will be nbso
lutely free from extraneous disturb disturbance8 disturbances
ance8 ance8Life ancesLife
Life Portraits of Queen Victoria will
be a feature in the March arch issue of ilc
Clures Magizine The series is made madeup madeup
up of relrodnctious from photobgra pll tographs tographsaod 1 1and Ptis
and paintings and It is of notable his bistorical historical
torical value lhlj hey cover the life of oftile ofthe
tile qU queen eu from infancy to old age and audare andare
are accowpauied by descriptive e text testAnti textAnd
And King Ed Edward ward
will ask parliu parliument 1 1ment
ment to pay the 10000000 he ex expended expended
pended while engaged in elemen elementary tary
agriculturesowing wild oats oatsGeneral oatsGeneral
General James H Wilson and Fitz
hugh Lee will be retired immediately
after confirmation confinnstlonEdite confirmationEditetsrurno
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