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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1908
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
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System ID: UF00048734:00469
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Spelal Cor. Ocala Bann-r:
We are living in b.igai- ',. p-- t:a a


canning factor% kill b- ,,a'i':>"i :i
Ocala.
Mr. E 0.( :'r.-y .1:a ,..*,-' Li-
oranges. Hie <--:u:i:a'-. ':.'- t i .
o600 boxes.
M r. Ever,- ,- M i:l-. I:..-\ : aa'-,
Sawmill mnan. i :-avi,.\ a 2'. ,"f i nu.-
ber for Captain Haon. H')ivari '
the W'illiam Hiowar-,. \Vi'h ':,- V':u-
ber Captain Hovwari 'ill'i ,..l,! a la;)rz-r,
for the "William. The fr,'ih." traf-
flic is so grea' on th'- S'..Joh:i- Tl;i'
the captain i forc'-.i to L'.,li ">4
barge.
The Wilson Cx pr,.-< (' *:ipan'-
boat, the "Ru-t. pass,.- 'i). th riv -r
Friday.
Captain Harrison of th,' H:awa*aa
was living the strenuo)us lfe on ,h.-
palatial steamer the for- part o)f la-t
week. One of his pilo-s 'a- silr-.
throughout the trip. an!I t ie ( 'a;ai:n
Lad to "douhbi up."
Master .1 W. Ranilali. who ,o),-S to
the Ocala ti. S,'4.)'. 1is I,1.:,-1:.Z
the w,-,k-o-n i a- i,,:n,- i';: ;. ia-
rents, Mr. an'l Mr-' l'a':ia* Ta,. Ran-
dall.
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the sid,- of a ,il' ':,' "- th- "'' ;,: *"
Masters D)avi- l.,I :, i ja i rii :'il
plannedl an intf',:nnii ..'. in-Aa'.t,..
without inlvitaT ,)h. T:." 'C ', vi-
made and Tho lov- V..- ^,*' : :
a warm r(.-(ep'i1n Tf;. l:'-V f:',:-
the b(oy.' hor'e- i ,.- 14': ... .1
they wer. ,!oi;, :;ii'l \,-l'
Mr. and Mr-. A.\lnz Lo.,:-' an: ..


dren spent last S'mdiNay w': Mr. a,!
M rs. P. Il.- Du"-.: P" t I' '.-rn.-.i. :
Mr. S. A. Sewai' of P!yn, : T,,. af-
ter a f.,w wek" v -i.t \.T}: ri.;. v-
in our villaz-. h:s r,.lrn!...l 't 1.
Mr. and Mr-. Thirna-, Raui:,;". '. ',
as their gusts Mr>. R :".h Tii Hiard and (hi'ire (.n ,.,f lK'r: i::'-,:i A!-
abama.
The "we: and drv. eec't'" T"! -
Grahebamville soho,)l th, IIThT" da' r,-
sulted in favor of th- "drvs" i'v a bi'z
majority. Mis- Hollyv zave :h,' bU1ys
and girls equa! voing i)riil,-t-.
Mr. Thomas Randall is litsy :l:;,-
ping his oranigs..
Mrs. Charles (ilhsom an.l Mi-s S"-
*phie Howard. the- dauihrTr of th, la'.-
Captain Howard, and lh--r sn;al' sis'*r
and hr'rTher. haVw IolI\o] to P:ila'1-.a.
where they will in futml--r r'.-;d,. \\',
regret very much to) ,:trr with 'h,,o
estimable fldks.
The many (;r;aTh.:invil'. ana.! (Connor
friends of Mrs. Howard B. Hall oAr-
cadia are very much pleaseod to learn
that she ik up and around from her
recent spell of sickness.
Little Misses Helen and Kate Mills.
Rebecca Counts and Mlasters Eric
Mills, Claudius Counts and the writer


A PRETTY WEDDING AT BERLIN IN THE FIELDS AROUND REDDICK


PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD CF PLB-


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formed a hunch Sunday and hunted
the pastures green for violets and! GAITER GLEANINGS
other wild flowers. In our ramnibles
we visited th, little red school house The farmers of this v-cinz : are
where Dr. Russell. now at Starke. i working with grea+a rapi-liry to pre-.
used to make the writer "Toe the pare their lands for cultivation
mark." We are a little under the, The Valentine party at th* home
weather with the grip just now, but of Mr. and Mr.- H. A. R.>. is expct-
we gathered enough flowers to prop- -d to he a grandl success.
erly decorate the bonnets of Miss Al- Mr. Archie Brass was a'1nor. his
berta and Rosebud. th- Grahamnivillo friends in this place, Suniiay la,'.
and Lynne Star correspondents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ruidinz spent a
Mr. and Mrs Prank Smith. Rov. B. i few days with relativ-s ant frienils
I. Hull and Rube Lone were among re- near Shady last wVe-k
cent visitors to Ocala. Otid SumnIaN. scho,' iaMpriv-.! a
Mr. J. C. Pillans, the Electra mer- grat, ,dea. of la,'.
chant, postmaster and farmer, is the The card party anil ]ariy sv-w at
busiest man across the river, we do the h,)nie oo MrM ani Mrs- R. Morri0on
believe. Mr. Pillans is not idt!o a rain- was all to rh.. 2,W, ia" Th',r..ia>y
ute in the day. and he makes his time oX',nim.1.. Mr. ;. R Do:':' \-a- ,.-.
count. Alone with other farm pro- .io.I"!li "ia* ii-it.':" \I.. tv.' : ',.a'. Tb
duce. Mr. Pillans zrows suw ar cane. 4s ,. O2, ,;. ', s. Ir i' ,-1" r
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19c Madras. 10c.

12 l-2c Lonsda'e Cambric, 8:.

8c Calicos, 5c.

15: 36-in. Sea Island Percales, 83:

12 1 2: Ginghams, all colors, 3:.

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THE BOSTON STORE.


ANNOUNCEMENT


To lh-Df-uocrar ic of'.r i ~.[f
CountY~. Florida:
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zzlhall always praise Dr'. iL ir

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weed, and
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FE OCALA BANNER

PANK HARRIS. Editor.
V. LAvengood, Business Manager.


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL AND
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE

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tractions of Np;,--. -' .... ..
is spending th. ,:. r

It is said :la" :. &. v N
has decided nl" a a:. :.
eating liquors .-L.',., -.. ,. .. -
Into prohibition t,-rri,.,r:. S- : : -
It can it is going ..- .-*" ;- >-
hlbition laws art- ia,.- ,f---v

The messages of presi'n-r ar,- -
ually on the "'state of th- 'L:.7 b;
Roosevelt's was only thr .STa,-f hi-
own mind, which, according t, Chain-'
cellor Day. is vw-ry much :i-,r1rel.
The president has a bal -a-- :f ,:',
lectual jim-jams.

Tunnels under hb- H':d.-,n rv.,-r
connecting New Y.: k L: N '. N-w .--r- v
Will b- oel ued t._, th_) ',*..1 n ,,;. F-',.
ruary 25. Prsii- :-: ,:, .. i'.
touch a button onl h.- ,;--.. ::
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formal oipeii:An.


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m ust o1 t -* ,-c ,: a:. '.: .. -
tobacco car,,- au '::i '.i.:. a:. ;..-
vit hab 1 .* : .** i .- > ,,t.-
ment i- not rh.- ; '. . :. T -

The situation at ,isIn i - : .:
tbl city is *acau-'ii,> Tr, "i'- a. .---
conspicuous on thit str-t z,. a-.i i,, : .-
day. the day of th.' fi':r,-rai-. pias-z .
without incidEnt the critical o:'.as.- f
the crisis through wi,,!. Portr:.' sa
pmassing may be rgar.>d. a" an teni.

The house ? committee, on ap;)*',ria-
Utions has report favorably t> -n-
sio bill for the fiscal year tndin-
June 30, 1909. The bill as reported
abolishes the pension ag-ncies lhca,-
ed in various cities, and consolidates
them in one central distrilu in- agn-
cy in Washington.


Advices received
Pez say that a letter
has been read in
which he announces
Ing the holy war he
Christians out of tb


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from Mulai-Hafid
the mosques. in
that in prosecut-
would drive the
ports, recapture


Oudja and restore the ancient fron-
tier line.

Senator Beverdge of Indliana ad-
dressed the senate VWednesday in a&-
vocacy of hi- bill to create, a perma-
nent tariff commission. The senator
was accorded a careful hearing [,by
both the republican and democratic
sides of the chamber, an,! also !,v
crowded gallerie-.

President Roo.-,\v l ',a- s;- ', ,';.. d
Charles A. S i!'in _-. t,- p :,:. ;,'-- -
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New York Sun says zhaT there i. ,on-
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WVe are af-aid that rh.- eartnooni-s
will sti'l picture rhis anima. a stand-
ing for th" deniecrna:!, party
VWe see no othe-r sapo from it
A'! aboard for D-r.vr'

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JOURNAL BE GOOD

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"Editor Harri-. r* uSpia'or
Bryan is umor-~ in li.a xitre, of a re-
t'ract~ion and apo~o~y than. itail a an-
SwNO.r. bU7 if hl~ie ;-satist .1 thor'o i.,; l-
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tha' he YWl not -'ktht- olict. i Q A
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Manufacturers of Turpen ne S. iiIS

and General Metal Worker..

Old Stills taken in exchange for new onf. Pat'faag
through the country a specialty. Orders by nmail ,r
wire willU receive prompt attention at eitherr of th.
foUclcwing works .

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S FRANK HARRIS Editor.

9. V. Leavngood, Business Manager.


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A visit icj Fi~~'
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Apalachicola Tim~.-:-.

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flirt with Carri., Na':., :,.. iI -1..
wouldn't have it -lik,, '; \ hi,: x

Seaborn Wright of Rotom. Ga ,. a's
that Tom Watson is a schoolma--.:" i
the democratic Ipar:y in Georgia. anl
is making great succ-s with iis p,:
pils.

A Massachusetts man. digging for
bait, turned up a coin worth $1'."1
If that was all a Georgia man iound
he would keep right onil digging.-
Washington (Ga.o Herald

The south's money should be kept
at home long enough for us to got ac-
quainted with it. at least. Why should
It be allowed to teel like a perfect
stranger any lunger?-Atlan:a Jour-
mal.

Mayor MlClellan has vetoed th,
Sullivan ordinance forbidding, Nw
York women smoking in public plac-
e The mayor goes on the theory if
It is not forbidden there wi,' it- no d-
mire to smoke.

Elbert Hubbard is billed 0to S.?ut,-
In this city on the ;t h 4f ':,is n'.,r;h
In our own opinion, he is w 'ht:, ex-
ception the ilIost iIljr-,,>!ijL au' ,i!,, in,
the prt-se it li ,'rai !' r:i .tI r,':-.-.,\ \
ville Flori'iian.


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:st unp anI a nip! to L-val L this a -a ec ua~ of U~~~~~a~ :5vI a
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thte paramouvn, i~ssuet, *hesaino ~as in grt- a t narts. c. i ra Vand bsns r ia .. .-a:. a :
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dy hewoN 0V2 Tni-ROOSEVELT'S PHRASING ~ sic
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noxv o41pportifili~ios. an.] ni,-w oppor"I.- 1, .1i~ofte r-iitt THIRD OF U NION MEN I N CITY
fiii ,--. always .-_'ach n;idow ~ 'S sml-'rsri ek!i W~ARE I DLE
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be the last day. This has so far been our most successful sale, and on account of the

Panic has by far exceeded our expectations. We believe that the money panic is a I

At any rate the prices on display in our store are tempting all who pay us a visit. 1

colored by beautiful or deceptive statements, but Facts and Figures that will astonish

Read every item on this page, as same only give an inkling of the real values to be f

Come today, come to-morrow, come every day and profit by this Dissolu


DRY GOODS


Broadcloth, in assorted colors, 5t-in.
wide. orth $1.,", sale price only..
Broadcloth, in assorted colors, 47-in.
wide. Worth Sl.25', sal pricp only
Guaranteed Taffeta Silk. in Black,
very heavy, yard wide. \(Worrh $1A.,.
sale price on'y..................
Guarant-*-d Taff, ta Silk. iA. -a I-ir,*,i
colors, yd. wide. Worth $.::'. sale
price (,onlyl ......... .. ... ....
Taffeta Silk. n 0.-,-,: (*.,'
W orTh 7.', ', sa le 'r] or.],- .... ..
Falncy P.aid W :(:,-. .:'. , r
W north :3.c :al, ;''- ...:. ......
Fancy Merc'riz,, I.",- ,; :r --
sorted col(r'. XV ,r'. :.,c -, ,,
pric, oniy ..... ...... .. .....
Fancy \Vhi'e Ma4trat. -.ilt':. : :
Waists and S':i'. \VS'!'" ,, : .
sale pric.- fr(on, . ... ........
W white Lin .-rf, \.:y fi.. 4' .:,*; .-z
wide. NVurTh 41-r .-av .',:'"* in -
Brown Dress I-invii. ai.sr ,-d ,i.ili-
ties. W ortb do'il>l, sal^ prices f:-_,!,i
16c. to...... .................
Amoskeag Flanr.ell-tt s, all u.,ur.
Worth 12c.(.. sati- ,pr:ce- (nily. .....
Pee Dee Regatta P:rids, all' col- rs.
Worth 1'c., sale price only.......
Dress Ginghams, assorted colors.
Worth 12c., sale price only........
Amoskeag Apron Ginghams. assorted
checks. Worth 10c.. sale price only
Columbia Percales, light and lark
colors, fast colors. Worth 1"c., sale
price only......... ....... ....
White Dress Linen. s.iTalte for Sliits,.
36 inches wide. Worth ,'-...-al
price only...... .. ... .. ....
Unbleached Sheeting. 3" inches wide.
Worth Sc.. sale price only.. ......
Unbleached Sheeting. yard wide. very
heavy. Worth ]fic., sale price only
Bleached Sheeting, nice quality, yard
wide. WVorth 12c.. sale plrc only
White Waistings, Linen finish, yard
wide. Worth lic., sale price only..
Red and Blue Flannel, all Wool, 46 in.
wide. Worth 75c., this sale on.y
We have thousands ;Iil, Thh,,-:,ais
of yards of all kinds )t I':.- ;",,
which will Lo in thi> -;: '.: *:
ful prlcis. Bt on ,.; ... a n.:"
the first selection.


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Napkins and Doilies


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Silk \Waists, sal price on( $2.AS to


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Men's Gloves Ladies'


Ladies' Long Kid ;love, 12-button,
Tan only. Worth $:!. sal' p)ric, (only
Ladlie.' la('k Silk lovese, 1.1ioiw
l*,I Luh. Wt'rh nearly d(I'ib'e, -ale
prict, only 7-c. to. . . . . . . .
Ladie-s I lak or Whit, lisle, Thr ad
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Ladi-i'' I31ack Ja rs-y ain.! i ,n-Tt-T l
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Ladies' Skirts. trim, .i n n nii r! -
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Ladies" Ribbed Underwear


Ladies I'nblt ached 'Vests o(r Pants.
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Ladies' Bleached Vests or Pants..


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WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF

SHouse Furnishings Parlor Suits
I Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather. Upholstered and ROW

I Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suits
In Mahogany, Birch. Birdseye of all kind--Mohogany and Oak
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NERAL and Upholstering Goods
RETOrS ^Heaters, RanLes, Cook Stoves
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PAY BILLS WITh


Extract From the Minutes of
the Board of Commissioners
of State Institutions of a
Meeting Held on January
17, 1908.

Te? following resolution was adopt-
ed:
Whereas. the4r- are no tunds in th.
state treasury available for the pay-
ment o0 sumi- agra'ing $47.,4T.57,..
apporni(oneo l ,I,, ,ht -aT-" i ,,;trIl 4 ft I( -
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WHAT EMINENT MEN SAY

Brand Wkitlock, independent may-
or of Toledo. Ohio, and famous as an
author, is reported by the News of
Detroit as saying to Mayor Thomp-I
son of the latter city: "Detroit, Cleve-.
land and Toledo lead all other Ameri-I
can cities in political freedom. But i
Until women can vote. it is only one-
i half the freedom it should be. Do I
I believe in woman suffrage? Most cer-
tainly! We can only attain to a limit-
'ed measure of freedom when women
are allowed to vote. Th:.- n,-xt step
will be economic freedom '
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SIn hi- rt(cIrI. "\hat a CiTy 'Can I)o
for Its ('iTjizn.-." Ilon. Frederick C.
S!towL riwinicipa] .'xpoert. d.-Jinate
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fLAOLER'S WORK


WANTS TALLAHASSEE PAPERS A
TO FURNISH INFORMATION K
IR f


FOR THll NATION Are not both the Ta!!ahassee papers
a__ lling short of th ir mission? Some
weeks ago it was \ alu.-ly intimated
His Ocean Railway as Seen -in .resIoitence s-nt eu tir a clerk
:in c(rreslpouden('v st-,t (tilt h% it lerk
in Washington o Its Mil- in one of the cabit ofic. s that the
tary Importance Is Apparent internal improveilt Tr ad
promisedd a hiaw suit ,,it h the l. & N.
Will Make Key West the railroad, and lhat ithe ,.(mrniinlise in


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Began doing business with the peop e of t,, n ,e dec dad to
handle only a line of goods that Awoj.!d need r.: ao og). T,, rceu't
t is apparent already. We reasoned ti 't '^e cou d r:t a2,-d to ard I
the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s. or ma ,I order rouse 'i .a iy of goods.
as we must do business wit" our ne gcJbors ,nmd nct n cuT owmrI a
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We have HARNESS for the Fiorida mule as wel as for t I $1000
driver. See us for anything in our i n.ns -d e assure you that w will
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POLITICAL POT IS BOILING Taylor-W. T. Hendry. Perry.
Volusia-Janiels NV. Perkins, Dp-; iLINfKNUI'QNDIOND
pmjmaries Called for May 19 and June Land.
16-.Arthur Williams Chairman Waui-NtRGWle. rw
of Committee

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at.-d '! selection of a new chairman,
an, .. !.,!i. Ar"hur T \Vii:a:ats 01
F'r".ia:Aina wa n oniii:. i Mr \Vi-
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Bryan. ('oir,.:-.--tian \V B Lamia'.
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Bron \Whil,- i it "I, -a;i :,>' a.'.
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SeunaTor l;rva:, and( "'oir'>.-I'.a!l .i-
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p ~~br'~ flIt., r~st',*ivkc'i before
that time to insure publication. Cor-
r.o.-pnderice rcivdtho following
day mak-os v to old for the next
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TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS





Februarv. 1903

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ofe h in' Fork i:;a l,,ial. o; *i.,r.- ';a-.- !i:.:. 'i:-< V "' N : ^ ',-r,< li .,,,-: "i*!: ,V t ; ,;:,*,^;. ;<; -p m "V \ "J ^ 9 f
Many Famil:ar Faces i, ,,'T ai qi'; \ a \c\":'-' ,:a '. I. 1903 C
o Tf h I I ar>- 1 : i:;i ,f,,-l ,A-,.r ;- ,.> : a V" ,,N l.,\, ,.; : i, ,- ,"- ,.. 'i- ; :n z:: h ;: *
tel this niornri1 1 a.I':!or tliI .;..i : ;t..- . :; .: i t' to E
.as calle(l to "or U"I ': -: . .*t r.' ,, i. v,. ; ,y\ t*.f .\f) r
o" old colnlVe on T'hIl.irT. .1-,- f. -I Criarlr-s IE. IDak 4- Miii.'- i l r it I *'' .f r:. o.: and I I

ntured pr orniii -ntl y :. ,, -ii,Tj! h .-, ,- i ,, countit- should "4 repr.- ;i*:d ,+ y ...l A. NO I EN T C

m ary vm ..Tt m las a io:l iL. l a* '* !a lIA' .!i 1;, .i Tfv r1 m i r
Theni- wort )old war hor"-. anj1 a- jai.i *^ *!air nifi!: \1 'atn-. 'uh1.'> I T AX S U U E .
didat'-,s alrt-. :i:ti 14'ta~lle 0,rc WTOt -W 'i a f0T-Liiai' r. :-_____
also pre- ent tij niin-.1 -- .- i*; f-r ano i u -.'-' 14\ LV e in n'. a i l .r. ; ( .>;; r t \^s f.r 1"',7T are
'elcus h1-1 chaneeC ohf teo-ir favorit-es P' 0 Z1'/^.s the prt)V. Vll V'*: l''ti-p .i.. if !aytien Long before Th- nf.n~nt Th- >'a-. I Wht P P'vt- : ,') 1l". pr0pTr,;-- will bh sold for NOTICE NOTICE
committ,- Was cal!-.i T) ird.r d hr': Ii. *1 Th, c. le.( i ri.k...iI ax,. thrihv ar:isin.i extra xpense In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
a good crowd on hand and Date of Primariesr I.. ('ARNEY. dicial Circuit of Florida in and for In the Cirit Court of the Fifth
was a good Crtowd oil hand. and all',Dt fOia~s'-:-n Tax Coll,ector.
wasn \Vlllax introdcold a roo. (eator F.a. Marion County.-In Chancery. dicial Circiit of thi Starte of F
seemed confidntte ot alln auspiciou Fi rank alpol-A introduce a r- ol rala, Fla. ________.. The Easterling Brothers Company a ida. in and for Marion County-
opening of the cipain. hitiY dealingg or the t'-ri primary to loter opan a hanery
opening e ocmmitt ld May 1f and the s, -ontii Iri- NOTICE Corporation Organized and Existing Jane Atin.
Meeting of Committee hldUnder the aws of the State of Jane Atkin.on e al complaints.
nian on Juf- Ifl and aso K.oF.-11.outhhCrolina Conplinants
The meeting was called to order by nar on .in I. and also l)rovid'd Nti. i here given that the ad- South Carolina. Complainants. s. Co-P r nder
for a campaign conmnitteo. consistn orndanalmeig ftstcW H edng .Ilanns Bn.a.C-ater1ne
irman D. U. Fletcher. and H. I.. for a ca irma.n co remtttay nonsisvea Journofd annual mipring of the stock- W. H. Redding. Defendant--Order Firm Name of Schilmann & Be
odd of Orlando was on hand to a- of th chairman, secretary and five holders of the Mtual Mining Co. will fr Construtive Srvice. et al. Defendants.
tend to his duties as s cretary,. oher members of the committee be held at the office of the company It is ordered that the defendant To the defendants, E. J. V.
Chairman Fletcher at 14 1:3a clock Gorgo C. Martin urged that t, -in Ocala. Fla. February 15, 1909. herein named, to-wit: W. H. Redding, kinson, and E.J. V. Atkinson.
Chairman Fletcher at 1o:p o clock n 1an ROBERT W. GROVES, b-, and he is hereby required to appear ecutrix of Columbus C. At]
briefly stated the objects of the meet- frs primary be held on April I and .17 Secretary. thebill of complaint filed in ti son M. E. Atkinson, S. D. Atki
the secondd primary I'V19. and)f- to thebill of complaint filed intbson .EAkioS.DAti
ing and the secretary called the roll. the son primary May an cae on or before Monday, the 2nd H. D. Atkinson and W. K. Atkins
afterr which the official call was read fored an amendment to that effect. NOTICE day of March. 190(. Harriet C. Aldricht Charles Aldr
as issued several days ago by the org e C. Bedell opposed the earlier It Is further ordered that a copy of Rosp I. Davis. George H. Davis.
chairman. ]" ates. He said that those rprsnta- In cialthe CircuitCourtf Floridaf theFifthan JU-for this order be published once a week D rk an Elzabeth At
chairman. ldicial C ircuit of Florida, in and for s,, /.,., on Cleary:
Max Reif called attention to an tivts that were In <.,)ngress 4hoiu!d )e Marion County-In Chancery. for four (4) consecutive weeks in the You and each of you are her
Max Reif called attention to- an i .rioYou. and eancey.hcaoaBan er., ne spep rherl(
amendment to the primary law hich. given the opportunity to make a can- Joseph Bell. Complainant, vs. Tom Ocala Banner. a newspaper published required to appear to the bill of c
he alleges knocekd out the members vass of the state After an Interest- Burden, et als. Defendant.-Order in said county and state, plaint in the above styled cause
he alleges kncd out th ebers for Constructive Service. This 21st day of January. 19v, Monday. the 2nd day of March, A.
at large, and which affects thirteen in discsslon the montin of It is ordered that the defendant S. T. SISTRUNK. 190S.
members of the committee. Mr. Reif polo was adopted, and the first pri- herein named, to-wit: Tomn Burden. Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co., Fla. It is further ordered that this or
made a motion that these members be mary will consequently be held May be and he is hereby required to ap- '. L. SISTR'NK. 1-21. h) published in th- Ocala Banner
stricken from the roll. but Frank Wal- 19. and the second primary Junle 1,). pear to the bill of complaint in this Complainant's Solicitor. werklo newspaper published in
pole moved that Reifs motio e laid Thr ing no further business te cause on or before Monday, the 2nd cunt. Flora for onc a w
pole moved that Reifs motion be laid tn m no a of March. 1908. for four consecutive weeks.
en the table, and the latter had thoe cing adJourned it is further ordered that a copy of In witnss where I have herfi
approval of the comnite. The Local Politicians this order be published once a week NOTICE set my hand and affixed the offi
pp Those Present Amone the local politicians that at- for four consecutive weeks in the In seal of said court this the 2Fti daft
Tt present edd the meeting were R D. hnighr, Ocala Weeklv Banier. a newspaper In the (Circuit (Cour of the Fifth .I,- January. A. D. 1'^.
Those present either in person or b S.Tnd. SI tTRUtinN wore R. D. Kn igh t' O B w a n p dicial Circuit of Florida i all(]NI
NNpublished in said county and state. dicial Circuit of Florida in and fr
proxy were as follow N C Stockton N P Bryan AM This 7th day of .Sanuar., 19"S. Ma-rion County-In Chancery. Clerk Circuit Court. Marion ,Co..
Alachua--.! F. McKins r v. Jr.. Villiamnison. Georze C. Bedell. A. 0. S. T. SISTUI'NK. C.D. I)onneolly, Comniplainant. vs. 1 I. .1-:21 -v II. Fov. Jr.. D. (
Gaine ai,, .r\V Wright. John \V. Dodge. Telfair Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. Anderson. J. Starr Sternberg,r. Ro- HOCKER & DUVAL.
Gainesville. ,, v Tnin. By 11. D. Palmer. D. C. sa B13. Stern er, Defendaints.--Or- Solicitors for ('niplainant.
Baker-H.. J Rhodsc. Ma-clenny. Got,.. ". J,-G,). \ L ..InninA .- .OSEPH BELL. 1-10-St. der for Cons:trucrive ier-vlce.
Bradford-W. T. King. Hampton. ;0 F P Flmin Brush. Maor Complainant's Solicitor. IT i-. ordleriei that the defen,,nants NOTICE TO CREDITORS


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S.ALA, FLA.









NOTICE
In th,* Circuit Cour it of he Fifth Ji
Ju- dicial Circuit of the, Srare of Flor
lor- ida. in and for Marion County-In
-In Chancery.
SJane Atkinson et al. ('omplainant.i.
vs. vs. K. F. J. Schilmann and E. A. F.
F. Bene. as ('o-Partners UI'nder the
the Firm Name of Schilmann & Beno.
hne. et al. Defendants.
To the defendants. K. F. J Schil-
At- mann and E. A. F. Bene. as co-part
ex- ners under the firm name of Schitl-
kin- mann & Bene. Clarence Uipman. Clar-
ion, ence Lipman. trustee. George Atkin-
On. son and George M. Hubbard and T. W.
ich, Hood. as co-partners under the firm
Ar- name of Hubbard & Hood. and W. M
kin-, Ross.
S You. and each of you. are hereby
eby required to appear to the bill of con
om- plaint delivered against you in thta
on cause, on Mondav. the sixth day of
D. April. A. D. 1!4,%-
It Is further ordir.d that this. or
-ler der bhe puiblished in th ()Ocala Banner.
r. a a we,.kly newspaper p)uil)blisho*d in Ma
Ma-' rion county. Florida. onc,. a we,,k for
'ek eight consocwItiv- we*'ks
In witness whereof. I have he-rein
into to set my hand an,! affixed th,. ,ff'ctal
cial s-al of said ou:rt this th,' -t"j ,lay
v (f of January. A D. 19"4
S T SISTRT'NK.
Clerk Circuit Couirt. Marmon (',, Fla
Fla. 1-:, 1 Bv I F.)v .Jr. I) C
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%at is Gong on in the Land of the'
Grapefruit and Orange
Just at present orTaLg,- hii-n;i,ns.zt
lri Matlan(d art-' very ,-avy.
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cep'its for i. to-rr\ L~rmi%4h-tzi(,fIII
Clt% .ftor i u e*Lt4) 14..$2
will last 1 'ngetr t han t hat this \,
antd if t he' a % ragq~ mlatii1d l 1t140411
the record of last wt-4k. thv berry c
alone will bring to t~he grtimers
Plant ('ift ueEaccrdins! n to or fbi-


handle the wholesale trade in better shape than


before, and


where

prices


we solicit


in Florda, assure
in Floridk~a, ssurmllg


to


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inqIuzries from dealers


them that


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Great Southern Deparcment


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Armour's


Full Line of the


Smoking and


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Candies in


Tubs.


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V~l~est


LA i.O US


Chewing


" Canned


Royal


Ma ts,


Scarlet


Tobaccos, and


Goods,

Cigars,


Flavoring Extracts in Several Grades,

Big Line of Salmon of the Beast Packs,


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Hay, Grain and Feed Stuffs.


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