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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: March 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
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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: VID00578
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


CCALA. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH s. 1901.


P e ( )p1 (1*


DOLLAR A YEAR.


SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

At EKEINRUER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE!


I .~*A I4,40?oh.4 e14unv@at nax'.ttewooDthy (open aig 4of lDr".-4 ( iocidlsfor
~ -.; *.rA :umioer 4of 11areisrii ar#- offitred. Alsti the first shaowing of
?%.1 '1. lI*.iI l"ianteittand Fil i d oe.High elfv-m ~noveltie-, in Foreign
!oetah r- %I aiiaf a-tliuiv.* jrive An 1itlliruint it *lt of Nov#elties in WhiteI
~ I'~ 1limt '*., I.sn lolaill muff stripe-d. 4 I Waiadicm in all leading

%4-I*t '.~~jorit.-%. A t-o4im..Ial wle o~f Dr.-s Skirts and~ balance of WVool
.r-A.4 .~- I*xi:rain'rliiaary valu'.. iin (.*ats Nirhr4r.Shirts 8a14d e rf he
q* .. ,faur*- eft tthe. ( ers :IJ.*;trtinwi.4 i itth "OSS. B." correc-t florin, in
h~ -Kt A inunmbo*-rof! ge#eial,. inWwa'i Silk- for Laxdi..&
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RHEINAUER & COMPANY.


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~* 2 14\2, %%I ~1 114 011'T 141 buI I, xhijI'itt-d there la-t week.
m~tii ie 14l l'Iol ii: 111..: oR If you wantitneiat, artis.tie, up-to-
wui i t~a 21lii. %f.%N wiffo tseolIN(: date Job printing call at the Oa'ala
NOW NiIa


Tta RA jIlroa- reictaurant makes
-qt-t i % 1 -ot- Ia wo *kIyvtcoarder-A.
Ali%-I Loiit-t- Ial.of Madimou, is
i ga.-t itf %Ir-. J. IHIeLivingstonl.
l at'. 41itimtl2&. If Foil !ee('oy,
aa .'a.5 i"itIioI 4eth2 tII*'

air. W K FuaI-uHr .amte uls Suinday
ti.Sa D.Imt:12WItl (46 -tIe .'penAL few 4dava
WA fttha- fazilual.
ORur -pritie g.~p A-. are arriiving daily'.
..uneavd itolitsiwvt themu. They')are
bmatifd.. M. IFa-hl


Mr. *ltepient J**weft cat ne up from
ioralc ('aty la-i Saturday and spent a
few day. viuuitinef Iis pareuti-.
Mr-. Janmes Hardy Pittman. of
Jak.k-.nvill.e, I0 iI1 the city. the guest
,of her tlrtolgr.%e Mr. Walter Camua.
Mrs. J. T. IKusetll,ofCordeal,accom-
pale-d toy her two children, visited
*windl in Ocala Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. F. V" IElliNom, of Anthony, was
ttU city Mitmday, and added his
*ame to the Ocalas Itanner's roll of
beoor.
Outr line of sh es seem to please
everyone' who tries a pair. Come
almed and we'll please you, too. M.

Thle Daughters of the Confederacy
wefr mauwt delightfully entertained
eftM Friday afternoon by Mirs. J. H.

Mr. ad Mrs. t. M. Hubtmrd have
mawd lnto th bouse recently vacated
tw Mr and Mrs. Nathan Mayo, in
O smemond ward.
Oni Sunday next, the loth, after
morliag srvkes inu (race church,
EBe. C. M. ray gom to Orange Lake
ar aervkes at 3 p.m. .
htememoaia foUow ls grippe, but
m ,r follows the d at Fuley'sa Honey
md Thr. the great thiost and lung
nmldy. Take mso mebltaute. m
Mrs. Evans and daughter, Miss Ev-
am. of Toroeto, tumads, are in the
ity and a ill pend several months,
the guettsn of Mr-. 0. L. (amsby.
Mr. anud Mrs. Kellogg, of St. Paul.
*tinimwsta., are the guests of Mrs.
Jlmu Austin, o Otklawaha avenue.
Mr. Ke-lloag t- a brother of Mrs. Aus-

Mrs. I "' Hiard and little stnl, Ed-
tar, ftrnm-.rly of 4 hala, hut who now
eriode iu Itrooklyn, are in the city for
a mhort whine. Ttiey are guests of the
Montezumna.


Mr. Frauk HarriN went to Jackson-
wille to attend a m.-ting of the State
Pmr comntuittee, of which he is a
eibner and which met an that city
STue*sday.


It in getting time to get out of those
heavy clothes you are wearing. We'll
*ow you the newest in spring and
Umam-r goode Don't let the price
worry you. We'll make that right.
. ItMAbel.


Mr.t. KM. Hinsein, of Fort Mc('oy,
mm... a ll 33 .At- .- IMftwst ..C3


nannerjou rooms or send in your or-
ders.
Mrs. D. M. Hick is in Atlanta and
Savannah this week, making more
purchases for the Ferguon millinery
store.
Dr. Thhoma and -,on, of Gainesville,
have been testing the waters of Or-
auge Springs, and are much delighted
with their benefici.ial eltet.
Mrs. Pratt and little daughter ana
Mis- Zula Adkins, of Atlanta, left
Monilay for utainesville, after a pleas-
ant vi-it in our city. the guests of
Mr-. C. H. Breedlove.
Mr. Alfred, a citizen of the Irvine
neighh *rhood, died last week, anil
his remains were taken to ('incinnati,
his old home. for burial.
MissesJulia and Jennie Mayo re-
turned last Friday from a two weeks'
visit to their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ben
Mayo. in Jacksonville. Mrs. Mayo
accompanied them home for a short
visit.
Miss Edna Dozier has returned from
a two weeks visit to relatives in Jack-
sonville. She was accompanied home
by her aunt, Miss Lydia Dozier, who
has been spending the winter in Jack-
sonville.


Rorated Talcum Powder, nicely
perfumed, lOc per box, at Tydings &
6o's drug store.
Miss Amatel Cooner, of Fort Val-
ley, Ga., visited Mrs. A. A. Winer
several days this week. She is now
visiting relatives at Santos, but will
stop in Ocala a short while before re-
turniog home.
Mr. A. H. Ingram has accepted a
position with the tailoring establish-
ment of Kidwell & Sheridan, in
Jacksonville, as cutter. Al is an ar-
tist in his line and a valuable acqui-
Lion to any house.
Mr. Clarence Sweets, of Anniston,
Ala., in visiting in the city. He hbaa
had au attack of typhoid fever and
has come to Ocala to recuperate. Mr.
Sweets is a former Ocala boy, and
while here was an employee of this
office.
The name of the "Father of his
Country" is still being brought into
disrepute. A negro by that name
murdered his wife near Standard a
few days ago. He used a shotgun
and death was instantaneous. The
murderer made his escape.
Headache often results from a dis-
ordered condition of the stomach and
constipation of the bowels. A do-e.
or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will correct these disor-
ders and cure the headache. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mn


Just before the game season closed
Messrs. J. C. Boozer, J. A. Mciver and
U. Norwood. of Standard, bagged
fifty-six quail. They are now chasing
the nimble fox, and. unfortunately,
on their last chase, had a "bout" with


a "skunk," and are now in enforced
quarantine.
Sour stomach, fullness after eating.
flatulence are all caused by imperfect
digestion. PRICKLY ASII BITTEwS cor-
rects the disorder at once, drives out
badi% digested food and tones the stomn-


The "Sock Social."
The ''o,'k Social," tsvet hy the la-
dies of the Plrebyterian church last [
Friday night in the Kindernarten
rooms, on Fort King avenue, was a I
yramid suvf.ers. The entire hou-t was


crowded the whole evening. The
house was beautifully decorated, and
in each iro mf was something interest-
ing and attractive. In one room was
the ten-cent counter. By nin,- o'clock
every article in this ro)m had been
disposed of.
A delightful musical program. con-
s.istii of nuic iv Prof. Pike, Prof.
Va. \VtWay >nud Mr. Hui-, song-s 1by
Mrs. i. H. Bredlove, .Mi-ses leina
1',il,.rk indl -trumnt-li mlu. iv 1y Mrs E'. L. ('ar-
iley wa- reiilte-reIi ill the iack rI t il.
Ojie- oi' the iom; int.erestii,.. aind
lIiii"j ftt:itttr.- of tIl- wvV''V ilig \va!
th .- ",r-o i. ,)t'- f, ;> t. A It-,.'r
w;i- s!re'-htiw l,. ro-,, th- roo)nm. I,'hiid
whi,'l! -t,),l eight yoIung l:iii-S.
Sii tl h1lies,.. were 'lit in the -h,.t
th"roumzh which only tli. e tyes 4of the
young, laliet-s 'ioul 't be 'en. Ftor
gues.-itngi lth gretate-t number of the
eyes Misses Laudede Waterman and
Lera Bullock and Messrs. John Tay-
lor and Ernest Crook won the prizes.
The up-stairs was used for the din-
ing room, and there delicious refresh-
ments were served.
About one hundred and thirty dol-
lars were turned into the treasury as a
result of this entertainment.
To all whot so faithfully helped to
make the evening a success the ladies
of the church extend their most sin.
cere thanks.


An Honest Medicine for La Grippe.
George W. Waitt, of South Gardi-
ner. Me., says: "I have had the
worst cough, colal, chills and grip and
have taketi lots of trash of no ac-
count but profit to the vender. Cham-
berlain's Couih R-?medy is the only
thing that hasdoue any good what-
ever. I hive us-d one bottle of it and
the ciills,i cold :nid grip have all left
me. I congratulate the manufactur-
ers of an honest medicine." For
s-'le by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mr
Terpsichorean Carnival.
Tonight Mr. R L. Northcutt closes
his dancing class after a two month-'
successful term. He will give a grand
fancy dress ball at the armory, begin-
ning promptly at 8:30 o'clock. There
will be a number of fancy dances on
the program, among which are the
following: "A Suap Shot From Buf-
falo Bill's WVild West Show," "An
Oriental Tea Party," "Looking Baek-
ward," "A Mlidsummer Night's
Dream," "Parissian Dance," and
"lnucle Sam's Reception and Cake
Walk to all the Nations" The mu-
sic will be furnished by the Ocala
House Orchestra. The admission
price is fifty cents; children, twenty-
live cents.


Saves Two From Death.
Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
laud, ofArmonk, N. Y., but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
lif with Dr. Kinc's New Discovery.
Our niece, who bad eomsumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder-
ful medicine, and to-day she is per-
feetly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yeild to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughmandeolds.
50e and $1 00 bottles gauranteed by
Garrett & Uerig. Tril bottles free. 6
Notice.
To organize and equip a business
and theu neglect to let the public
know about it is short sighed. We
don't want kloal puttF. or any sort of
hired flattery. We &ui regular adver-
tiseements ini all thle papers located in
the banking territory tributary to
Ocala, and the wording is changed
very often. Tne special obj .ct of this
notice is to ask you, whenever you
open your paper, to look for our ad-
vertisement and see its new features.
MUNROE A CHAMBLISS,
Bankers.
Death of a Former Ocala Woman.
Mrs. Ros% D. Clay, who died at her
home in Palatka last Saturday, for-
merly resided in Ocala, and spent her
young wifehood and widowhood in
this city. Her maiden name was
Livingston and her first husband was
Mr. James Harn. She was a native
of Jacksonville and a niece of Mrs.
Theiho)re Hartridre. She was a wo-


One Bottle



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Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

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Many Stamp faxes Abolished, 1 -
IBy the war revenue redt-1ution blil:;
which pa-sed passed congress March 1,
the following stamp taxes have been j
repealed, viz: Commercial broker, $'0,
bank checks, 2 cents; promissory notes:
2 cents for each $1<00; money orders, 2
cents for each $lim); bills of lading for


export, 10 cents; express receipts, 1
cent; telephone messages, I cent;
bonds, except bonds indemnity, 5)o
cents; certificate of damages, 25 cents;
conveyance, exempted below 2,5O);
above 2,31N), 25 cents for each 500;
charter pirty, $.; to $10; telepraph
messages, 1 cent; life insurance, S
cents on each $101; lease, 25 cents to
$1 ; mortgage, 25 cents for each $1 .I :>
passage tickets. 1 to S5.: exempted
elow$;50) in value: warehouse receipts,
23 cents: proprietary medicines, one-
eigth cent for each 5 cents; chewing
gum, 4 cents for $1.


A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
'I4 have no hesitancy in recom-
mending Chamnberltin's Cough Hem-
emy," says F. P. Moran, a well known
and popular baker of Petersburg,
Va. "We have given it to our chil-
dren when troubled with bad coughs,
aiso whooping cough, and it has al-
ways given perfect satisfaction. It
was recommended to me by a drug-
gist as the best cough medicine for
children, as it contained no opium or
other harmful drug." Sold by the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Notice.
Notice is given that authority to pay
a final dividend to the creditors of the
Merchants' National Bank, of Ocala,
Florida, has been obtained; and that
all persons having claims against said
bank not heretofore filed with the re-
ceiver, are required to present same
to the unlersigued, as receiver of said
bank, at his office, Room 33, Wyatt
Building, Washington, D. C., on or be-
fore March 19th, 1901; and that all
claims subsequently presented will be
barred, March 5th, 1901.
FRANK J. ALDRICH, Receiver.
A large party of Raymond-Whit-
comb excursionists were at the Oea!a
House Monday and Tuesday.


BEAUTIFULSKIN


Soft White

Luxuriant


Produced by



CUTICURA SOAP
MILLIONS OF WOMEN USE CUTICURA SOAP. aUsitPl ,by
CUTICUICA OINTMENT,'for preserving, purifying aid tbe'au-
tifying the skin. for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and
dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair. for softening. whitening
and soothing red, rough and sore h.mds, in the form of baths for
annoying irritations and chafings. or too free or offensive perspira-
tion, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many
antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, and
especially mothers, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and
nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce those who hare otn-
used it to use any other. e,;pci:ally for preserving and Ipurifyin-
the skin. scalp and hair of infants and children. CUTIC'TtA SOAP
orv:',ins delicate eniollicnt properties derihed from CI;TICiI'A. the
r-ett skin cure. with tihe purest of cleansing ingredients and the
m.>st refresliti' . t t 1 .OJ .


ESTABLISHED 1--0;.


WINDOW SHADE IALIES
are remarkable here. We sell a good
quality Plain Opauue Shade mounted
# on spiin" roller for
S13 CENTS.
This includes brackets and slats. Bet-
ter qualities at 35, 404) and .50 cents.
SFringed window shades at
40 CENTN.
These are extraordinary good values.
We can supply them in the following
colors: light olive, pea green, dark
green, terra cotta, ecru, light buff and
robin's eRg blue.
O('ALA FURNITURE CO.
N. AM:t.eulia St doors from Public Square
PIANO TUNER.
Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fine violins and guitars.
W. S. PIKE.
P. 0. Box 65, Ocala, Fla. 2-8
Wanted.
Reliable man for manager of branch
office we wish to open in this vicinity.
If your record is 0. K. here is as
opportunity. Kindly give good refer-
ence when writing. The A. T. Morst
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Illustrcited catalogue 4 cts, stamps. 19l
Plants, Plants !
30,000 Big Boston Lettuce Plants.
30,000 Bermuda and Creole Plants.
Besides other plants that will gem
be ready.
For sale at J. B. SrrTToN's
Seed Store, 28S and 30 Exposition st.


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J. M. NINBILY'S,
T7SH SOE AND HAT)W~
Merchants' Block. ')cala., Fla.


The Peun~aola IPre,., ha su-spendeei
poublicat ion.
Our' men's hats are the talk 'o' the
1own. 3M. Fi-hel.

The JDaily (Capitol is the ,]ame of .a
new vaerui'jut -ttartL*4 at 'iallaihassve.
'Ih- ILalroaiel I'te-tatiratit f'"eds the
I'ungn :ttjegive..; rest t the we~'~ary'.
,the v jrhav.- ia&e a rtv'n! t-
tack on 1l-ediettftl 4U1&- der ''i' iiie
Uf (h"rjeral DIMar4'v.


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Report on PbMioe Rad Work.
To the Honorable Board of County oommissi<
ers. Marion County:
Extreme wet weather and oth
p causes have added very materially
the ditleulties of road building tl
past mouth. Put I have proe'e, ,i
the best I could with ti e work i
hand. My working forc- :at the pro.
eut ,i:. ( cos-it'- en ifk!y f t
count111y prison,, rI, all of whom, wit
one ,or two exceptions, are very goc
hands; and these e-xceptions only lac
the phy-ial ability to al.)o be '-)
hands. I h:.ve been u insg for the pIa
two months a pri-oner as driver ,f thq
e,,unty team. selecting those whom
thio.ight wouli give te team the ie.-,
treatment. Thile kindness of M r
Smith. the jailor, in promoting thl
county's interest by letting out :
"trusty" whenever necessary to takt
care of the team ha. tint only re-sulte<
in the saving to the county of the
extra expense of a driver, but ha:
aided me a great d'al in facilitating
the work.
Having been directed by the Hon
Henry W. Long to clear off the leaver
and other foreign matter from the sur-
face of the Silver Springs road, I pro
needed and put in almost the entire
week ending Saturday, FeI'rutry 16,
excepting such time as it was raining.
The accumulation of leaves, mosr,
etc., in thile gutters and on the surface
of the road was mulih greater than I
expected, and required a greater
ati!t)out of labor in remlovii i! same.
The cost for the above work ;'z '(i-
bodied in a separate pay roll.
0O LA..\-f OTIA N 1'I.\NT T iA .
I llil ,ate-rial. out "f ww il, :.
,uildi a f,,do i ria'i. very s-.ar,.e :3
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Last~nj friends'h~p; are formed in the
offic-ers' rnesp abroad shiip In our navy.
but no effort 1-4 wade to keeP track Of
a ITuate wheII lie i:; transfe'rredl. This

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.A K. HAWK'

The Famous Atlanta


Dr. George Parramore spent several
days this week in Ocala.
Mr. Henry Proctor and wife !-ft
.Saturday fo'r Palmetto, where they
will make their home during, the
sunmmr. *I r. Proctor is one of \la-
rion's -t teachers and we hope lhe
will return in time to tike up his
work 'i:-i """ next. s*a-ou.
C t'apt. W. H. Harrison ha.-. pl-i-ce
his -tort- into their hand.' and is now
running : iat )on the O.klaw-Ali:
rive;.
tiilt a i 'oihie.i-r of fatnilie,' are re ,n-
teim(jlatiuI moving front thi' s,.:i
to n':.tt'eo and' Lee counties.
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Job Couldn't Have Stood it
Ifhe'a bad itching piles. They're i--
ribly atunoyinjt; but Hlucklt-n's Arica ,
Salve wili cure the w,'rst rase of piles I
on earth. It has cured! thousands. t
For it*juries, pains.,r bodily eruptionsI
it's the best salve in the world. Price r
25c a box. Cure guaranteed by ;arrett
and Gerig Druggists. '
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Gems From the Talmud.


GOLD MEIDAL
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I ioried4 ilsfn get miniopretty close corn
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i hrue 3y#,u rs_.%-4 a r114'.%tC. I'l'ii '.r
utIA('1' history to tho-w;ahnite'4 t letaiil,
unless a wa na i ehowoi':e it) be *i:ir'
:ihiI';nId distat.1[iToi. I 4?'ettaiehiiie.'ii
gro"' up.ii. yet wii'n rliv iIne:.:.r.0ohele4or

the xno- to the fe'l:7 %%'lt cit4 ea or i
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t1w'otion of fthe oftfl"'frs tt ovif4 :1inoilir
was aun 'ispira? ion. F na I I thessepa-
ration eam. Ife.ims)D" Weflt ttee ".xau. Una vy
yard. another to the ['hiliiepint-. au-1
other to Cbina. anatner lit Wa-hl;IZ-
too. vn% .They wero- scattered all1)%-fer
the w~orld. One '4W-. rInitiflt. the liotii
tenant 'omuinauter. uwho had1 gone iup
for promote ion. I Inqunire'd when be had14
heard from Li lteflaflt gO-s no]-so.
"Wh3, not in .V~al njunth<' .- -ru-
Piled. **In fact, fnn, sinve e ies 34 or-
1prr'd to hise new -4tatiuu. Viouk 'e.
woe follows i.1n' ani roulei-:w, Ij rt hkr~s
!novement.. Itifre" 1'I Megz is hr;el.-e'fl UP.
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THE OCALA BANNER.



TIi* papl) "Of* the People, lor the People and bv tlhe Pople."


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I-uc-!,t J Hall,. leIki awt'tAnd IOU' -
~w 1. ~ thtstint' d. o Fogm'sC mev*.-
sw7 iiiTar' iavwtorsd his vo" l
w~mi buerwimssw threatened to prevens-t
ab hioia' eat Central Music Hall,
4ft1ow. %tae luea, rgoid. mu

SI. s.1 iMrs. It H. Pyks-. of sot;
SM Adwuaaustruaet. J w-keagims slle, are
*P PeqOW4t" afooa uftf, W" tooIaithens vOh
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\f'-r tih: cin mi. 'tli of ;'le i.'r";;
< :.. h a'ul!.ty i-* upps..'a eal a iiie ia t: 1
wi!l be het.1 and the pia-'e for hal ii.i
thli sfaie fair acrc-ed upllei.
In: the miantilme all the towns iln
the .tal. which would like to htliae
!h- fa:r held in their colmmuninie.,
will ble asked to conr -te for f lma .
Th-* fair ,will be held sometime be-
tfteeii the flftes*ith of Noveaibier and
the fift-eiithi of Dt timber, as the
i in iil i--, t is to s imula'e an inittcrest
in at.-ricalture proper :;and to be edtuca-
litnal in thit lparlictulir line.
\iothcr rei~(son for tixinz it at thi"-
*,*,.0 11 of the l.ar i-. because it will
t- in tlie circuit of fair-' in certain
SAuthitru 'a-'rs, thl last one of wlitch
wi.l hie held in Savaaniah, endiani
Novetbtier liftt-enth. and at whiich
will ita dilplayed tine stock, cattle,
and a large quantity of agricultural
machine try, which will be transferred
to the fair to be heid in our state- .
Florida having no successfully re-
covered from her very serious disas-
ters, it is believed tbat she can eveii
now hto;d as creditable a fair as any
stt:te iin th.- Uinin, saud it is also Ibe-
i.vtdi tih-at the holding of the same
.il i B f at Ai iminemn-e :Idv II taig in
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We Tip Our Hats to Ou- Subscribers.
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(': "v :tr-' .i',re-, itt'lt"i ju., tilt' tinlle.
!\ r-' tirtr tha k, to lth- fl:owl '! ,
ISa. h 'itairt' r ottiled, viz: Dr. S.
',1itinir, J. 0. Mlathw-. Profesor
I iionl, A. B. )ujliiis. F. A. Hirt-
iin, Mr- L.. A. Fiu.Ah, F. M. Town-
!.Snl,a, J. H. 4;rigs, J M M. tNltrr, Jo-
se'h :a-iial-n., D. S VWilli,,nis, B. F.
I to, L. R. Nixni. C. W. liite, F.
J. ,'urimi., A T'ph. B. S%. Hei-
ni,. Mi, .S .1. ] ;- :'oe.J -ames L-,wis.
A. ar-.*:i .,. Ale.t T:yl.r, M rs. C.

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THE OCALA HOUSE SOLD. The lnaugura;.

~ n 'i ~ hPta4t~tl i.~If'-4 \r rFheaoiore lK4)(ooo-vlt. A Y,.'~!rk

11--itl J- F %--k bt f j'-lre--.irent (of tth (tintlteea-,Lt-t
SIti. tw .'jj'fhe t thr .* a a Ownt'ti"il d,,. Mr. I o ,sct-elt tt k iri- the
r:'lh :ut ur,. itll'-toj- ;'r our 'i iV. ar~l o:t~th o(if ihac il he S~it ( 'hI~tlam wr
il!( t4vi 10,W' hti -ndMe yieivg wornin onthe
Htpu- fit. fih>- l'r'v'-~'*hit- faith t,,v Lis 1 j3 i I'otivo of t~be ('a io),where lie
deli vered his ii Siiatiz~ird al ;tshilr th

'I') h( l()A 111i r. Ed ar -; by: ratini. %%or' le n kl:l ri,,at .'y rihi alit, 11!e

-t% :- r~- la.i a- prat~~~t~l bt-i' ill thet' Iirade e ieu!JiL' iiiia'ly


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*;. -. '-tri" il h t :i ~l i' pl>; r i ,
v. ill k-ee t tlth Ido.s of t)h- 'ttili"
*,'l i 'utI r tier anid winter.
In fact lie say< lte i- rzoina to take
the indoor oil lie hinges and have
,i,.-n ull.m- all-the-year-round.
The hliu' lias. fallen into good
h:t 1d<..

H. B MASTERS.

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;'!t :t i:, i!h'-r t i ni NI'\v lu rk tlii-
;. t h 'i;anii u-iii ;il !il,- pi'oc re 'L ;t
ri, ii-r :m it iinre varlt,,I a-w- rtlmenllt
tihaj ha- I.hefl'. Ieenl irolughht to ,ur
City.
WVe believe that the verdict of his
lady customers, who are connioisseurs.
will be the .amne as ours.
Not only is the ladies' department
very replete,. but the giientlemnen's fur-
ni-lhiung ii'partinent is also complete,
and has bnii selected with scrupulous
care.
Neither has th ( i.oysv. department
tbeenl overliok,.i, and the mothers
wiil bt,, particularly pleased with the
stick f reof iy.?i te suits, w ich' il-
4,itde the late-,t styles anili novelties.
t'he grocery department and all
other deopartmeuts in this -,plendidly
equiplit-d store are up to date in all
respects.
Under :he very careful management
of Mr. B. A. Weathers the sales are
constantly expanding and are keeping
time with the general prosperity of
the country.
Its prosperity speaks well for Ocala.

A Moble Woman Dead.
Of the many deaths the Ocala Ban-
ner has announced it regrets none
ireT tihani that of Mrs. LA-pine C.
lit-c, which occurred at her hoine
in, i R t:flaul r;, S. '., F' ,brua .trv 22.
Ia Sr'. l, 1 :li- *i i>a;. ia I of aalii.
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it l* I* y i> ;'.** r eii enl m', ; ih 'ch
-', ':i* .-intly i Savatiinitali, (,a ..
a4-- tiuii-t', ai(i iIll those ":id d tay wa"<
a mi is,.erling aligel around many a!
c,'uch. The services she rendered
tiicr- shows only one of her many no-
bt. traits of character. She died sur-
roun(eld by her hustbatnd and children.

Mcintosh Loses a Prominent Citizen.
Mr. 1!. Batet.an, the oldest andt one
of the most" r,-pectedl citizens of M.e-
lutsh, died last weAk. k lie was a
Z.ealou m-mbri 'r of the Metliodist
i.lhiir,.li ,_'lnol ib lov, l by hliis eitghoors.
H-I l \'a "e \v if,-. -ix s'Lls /ui (h a


Knights cf Pythias
W e l )i (lit il tr-< (f ', : .. ;
Ba tner will i,,. fi 'tr t tlihat ion ncx!
\Wednesday. Marl-Al 1:. that beautiful,
touching and realistic drania of I)D-'
moIl and Pythias will be, presented for
the benefit of the widows' and or-
phans' fund to the people of Oc:al; by
the Lake City lodge of Pythians.
The company is more than excel-
lent, and it goes for the saying that
the play, in all respects, will Ibe' ad-
mtirmbl The play is not onlyy bheaulti-
ful but thrilling an1r xi-,itinl1 in the
extreme. anil the Lake. City !iwpit-
(>ir sp j ai; ofi it uiln'- l'it ritiirily.


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tir:i-. -.!i- v;ty- -: "I halvt- tri. 'i n tllt "
i.rt',I a:ia ls I-lbut 1!l01 aaV.'' i..(!lt' (1

atid Iivt.r Tabitle- s have. Thlle.e ttab--
lets art for sale ait tllih Amii-MNo ltpo y
Drugi St'r('. Price "2- cents. S-mriplc-
free. i


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'Millo me t'tq)(a I i, l- for
lbusifli'sS 4.t iinst'1 we
are always att his
senif. oOe.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
BANKERS


FLORIDA.


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Epworth League News.
,The pworth Leauge held a very And D om estic
important business, meeting at the
.Methodist eliurh Tuesday evening, Ctton S eed
presided over by Dr. A. L. Izlar. first
vice-president. Miss Jennie Bull, was I am now prepared to furnish the
(iv a large umtjority vote, elected third ftrtllers of hii-4 setiont with the very
vice-president and chairman of the "t grade of Do>mestic or Imported
ierarydeprwent i of the .Literary, ( otton Seed for 1901 planting-in any
li erary deparMent of the Literary, in (quantity. A'Io Al Fertilizers.
place of Mrs. M. M. Little, resigned, 3f- Prices Reasonable
The ninth anniversary of the organ-
ization ofthe Ocala League being on 1EO. K. ROBINSON.
Sunday March "4, the Letgue decided
to have a grand anniversary rally on -T noi S.t.,OCala..Fla.
that dat-, the rally to be in place of REVOLVINU TEMPLE-CLASP EVELASSELS
the regular preaching service. Delightful Discovery! (neMoirt
See particulars later. It %lrEHag n t Hre ruli
riu r later. !El')'1'Eb. formation a, t,h bow to order by
a. l, Ir gt the most productiv-
nc.y going. Send stamped.
a rril eu elope; will senId it
7** f right back. Cbarh I. 1k10,
State Agen-t.N ew sm 'Ir ., -

This signature is on every box of the genuine House for Rent-Furniture for Sale.
Lzative BrlIO'Quinine Tbm iI Will ell furniture for one-third of
the a-mviy it hteam wn cacsid -- ~ its value, owner non-resident, must
Terkeeween is the best liniment on ibe sold. Address, P. 0. Box S33, or
earth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty- Icall on A. R. Tnph, over R. E. Yonge
dings & Co. & Co's Plumbing Store, Main St. '2"t




GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE!




ENT RE STOCK SACRIFICED!


MONEY NO OBJECT


\s our buyer has gone to New York anld other northern markets to pur-
i.hase our spring and sutiimer stock we have decided to 4c1o,4e (t the entire
or the larger portion of our sto,'K of


Dry Goods, Clothing and Sho s


......At a Great Sacrifice
It Will pay us better to do ihis tkau tovarry the goods over until next sea-
son, ias we can take the money and ,spave now involved and buy New Goods
for the coming .,euson. Now i-s the- ti.i ,to ruiuke your dollars talk. Fifty
vents will buy one dollar's worth of good-: $2 .T5 will carry away J5 in goods
from our store. This is no humbug, but a 4A.LE. ('ome and bI. convinced.
Mail orders promptly attended to.

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TEE OCALA BANNER, MARCH 8. 1!'OI.


THE DRINK NAMIT.
THE OCAL A"NER.
Mrs. Nation's "hatchet crusade" in
Kansas is bringing afresh the drink
l habit into the forum of dis.ussioun.
Iev. NMilnot J. Savage gets out *:
\^fe ^- thl ordinary ruts of 'Ii.. ni of his
Sloth and -ays:v
B :rn i th- h-tar. of M.-t11n-, 1 do
Snot believe that prohibition prohibits,
and l am further of the opinion that
S u',t-r prollihitioi the rIsults are even
'more di.-a-trou- than without it,. -iice
RA=2 a it. thlte t .emnlt of concealment is ititro.
41 die'd, ,ulding to the othlir evils that
Th r-. ni ;t,.- i;,.'r :s .Ii- o if imo al injury and udI .riadlatioll.
pan-:tawl "i; \I,.:-e)ovVci. the respot.sibility is plron-r -
ati to the drinker, and cannot be -hift-
J tug;. !;' f. itl.,ilt -n~l laws or u achini ery of govern-
e. 1 et. What. then, is to be done? 1
Oi ar. !,.....t ,',, y '--- eliev-, W-e .ll t begin nioral reform
Ier. eveln before the firth ,if a human be-
Mr. Bryan ..5 *-.- C:.' Ihi,.- iI'<';t- aid, a ind help to developp such a euti-
tion of his paper ii; '. *t.lht- copies, ino,4 inellin t(ii, -tale :at tni w-? A-, -ia crime for nian and woman to
stands. ring a child into this world out of
As goou as .a :t-w ,ier- othern the iltirilte with )ut endowing it with
states fall in lii,.. e'4r', ni,urnli, may ply,,ical health such as to lit it for th'
become a sort of ,nation'ld :,nport \t- struggle for exi.tenee. Whenever :L
latas Journal. child growing up becomes criminal in
any way there must have be.-n som e-
Great men alwcariyi :ip('e:'r w,.an a thing wrong about its physical .y-temn
great crisis is reached. O ne. or mor-, at the tirJt. The child, too, must be
if needed, eomes at th-. rihit time anid properly trained, and, both at home l
at the right pla.e. and :t school,. taught what it ought to
If it didn't have to go North for know concerning physical laws and
life and fire insurance and for manu- the forces of nature. Above all, they
fractured go4l is t-o eat and to wear, must be drawn into tastes that are no-
Florida would have money to burn. blh. and in-zpirinr, to the end that they
may rise out of 'he merely animal
The proposed extra session of onu- ee into what is higher. Then we
gress will give Vie Pre.ident Roose- must improve sanitary conditions-
velt an opportunity to shift from lion everything, in fact, that has a ten-
hunting to las ing Ben Tillman.- .etency to lower the tone of life ii. our
Atlanta ournagreat etres of population. If all
The Ocali Banter tips its h:it to the men and women who (desir that
another queenly type of American oston should be Ie.- inutemperate
womanhood-Mrs. Emmons Blaine were to unite their etilrts, .-omething
has just presented the ('ilicago I'ni- useful could be doue, ev-n through
verity with $2,(4N,0I(. the mnediunt of law, by causing to be
per cent h enforced the laws already on the stat-
Aopperethasbeen drawn outk and alihig te low
into )57o feet of w:re. but is i. be- ute ook and y anolinhdrinks. t lis
lieved either I ncle Russ "age or Aunt gr-geries and andig drinks. It is
Hetty Green could make it go further this drinkig on the v tremises that is
at orn'e the ,evil easie..? to renme'yv lnd
than that.-Atlanta Journal.
the most seriou- in its results."
The Atlanta Journlal is -aidi to have Again he say-s:
the best "iparanrai.ph-r" in thit ,outh.b
Iti that 3 .," '.Svvondly: Although that progress
It look- that way. Elsewhere we
print oniiie of the,.- pararaphls and may st-enl slow, it is certain that there,
our readers can jutdk- of their merits. is progr' aid that the world is
.... growing better yeair ity year. 'hTh
When it is c :nsidernd i.hat Acdmiral j next point is that law 'v a I ti (ouhl ti,.:
$almpso.u hat]d oth. it mnust be admit- question of temptni-; it'tc only inlirt-tr-
ted that a course at Annapolis and .oI- ly. and plays a v cry -muall part in the
eial advantage are not the only development of tlhat c',onIlition of hi-
things necessary t,' produce a geutle- inanity toward which we look as our
Ran.-Atlanta Journal. ideal. This overdtpendeni-e on law is
American holders of British boindsj one of the vices of the! age. Statute
have been notitied that thy must pay law. 'retriember, is not a force or a
the 5 per cent. income tax. It is to power: it never yet ,did anything: it
be hoped it is true. Americaus in- simply marks the high tide to which
vesting in foreign securities is a lux- in our time the world has advance .
Wry they should be made to pay for. Take examples: If there is a stioung
public sentiment against dueling., yiu
Meretary "age has made the best need no) law on the subjectt; if th i
barirff argument yet heard from that public senutment is in favor of the
side. He says 'if Eussia puts a tariffir practice, the man who does not ac-
on our goods she will simply have to ,i ,ept a challenges is branded by the
pay more for them." Mr. McKinley puhlic a a coward. Then all the
peid to declare that the other alow laws on the statute book could never
paid the duty.-Atlanta Journal. prevent dueling. Juries will acquit,
That is the e t religion that lifts judges will commute or pardon, just i
man from lower to higher levels, j so long as public sentiment is in favor
That broaden. his intellect, elevates of practices forbidden by the law.
his perception- softens and refines his Wenre the old criminal laws of Eng-
instincts. 'ilhat is the best religion land effective in bringing about moral t
that re.*ogni;. .-the humanity in man. reform? In the .South, again, slavery -
A religion that builds character is was abolished by force, but the moral b
better than th-* religion that builds results of slavery remained just as t
churches, they were before the war. It is moral i
forces, and those alone, that can touch
If beauty is a.s beauty doies how .. .


and solve these great questions; it i;- '
beautiful are women. She don t ooral fores that we tt -
upon moral forces that we inmst de. -'
waiting around town with a cigar- pend fr moral reform." C
tte in her mouth and in and out of Thirdly: Much is said of the ork
every saloon. She jtdon't go tishing Thily uch ido hework-
with a bottle a. her principal baitn. g of the law of heredity, but even
this, important as it is, must be care- s
She don't make the lambient atnos- fully looked into,, or we hall make ae- e
phere suihunious with slang and rious mistakes. If it were true that I)
she can lick .anybody on earth. every man whose father or grandfa- a
The sailors say that the chief sup their was. intemperate necessarily has r
port and last refuge of a ship with the I tendency toward drunkenness, the i
breakers around hir on a rocky oa.st world would by this time be one wild (
is the anchor, and in the vwyage of j 'rgit. There is really a hopeful side tl
life man's sale-st refuge is self-reliance. to the law -f heredity, the fset being t
The man who tlihe moral courage that there is a constant tendency to
to defy all ttlJ nptat.,on and exclaim a I tlte elimination of vice-whieh issim-
did tliodtrick Dim, the S,.- -'h t- it(- ply disregard of the laws o)f life-and
tain wthent be,,-.t liv fope.--- t o tle inheritance o)f qualities that
c *:: .' : ...k t avor tiht- <;b.servattnce iof those laws.
ot ,-j :. .Thet .t. T.Te statetenut that mn'Wlrate drintk-
istnot likely to kc :ts topa:d i respoisible for drunkent-,. is th
astray, ,vec thougz the ipal tay o n I es i to a travel 9to
life bt vrooked a d full ,f ,tfii, l m ral laws and moral it: t e t
Shakesp.ar. c.xp:-e-t. thtle toii-.e ,,-: i a' a sl s i-inl to
ile:iVtasfollo t t :' ally Inal sells an X;iitip!- to
rtime.nt a fi l ,o. th t ii. h '- :* r li f i .

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A Word About Lynching.
'The Philadelphia Press. of whihli
Post:ua.-ter General Smith is editor.
hasarrived at thlie tonc'lusion that a
"'cegro in the hands ofa northern mob
stands no better chance for his life
than Ihe does in the hands of a southern
llmolb."
W\e aso rmakit- t-h following quota-
tion- : 'It is u-'ijesi to n)tr:Alize on suc'h
affair-. They hl:ive b -comtie so coni-
mon. Public opi in i-s evidently
hatrd-ningto lthiis nm-lthdo of puni-h-
ing --rin tie atit is no ion'gir hi'oc.kefl a.i
the horriiile details. From w* southeri'i
arti fr,ontit-r :tfrtii the molt is ii
adi)optedl -iy tihe olir and more settli-d
cmiunitUlite-s of the north."
Furth(lr along in its article the Press
says : "Tl.- spread of the tmob spirit is
too evident to be mistaken. UInless it
th'-cked it. may not blit long before
Philade(lphia seet- an t-xhiitition of ir
that "nake this city hang its head iu
shamee.'
('Eu)mItietin onii wlhi:hi the Savan-
nahl News reinark-: This tone of the(
Pre is i -quite diftlre-nt from that in
which it diiscu--u-cil the lynuching of
:Sam Ho-w at Palmettt'o, in this state.
''hiet it was a-lr e.-t 't-tf[aini that su'!i
barbarity could blie witiit-t-dti nowhere
in thii4 Eountry except ilt the south.
Now it think-s there is anger of lynch-
ing ot'urring in Philadit.iphia.


$100 Sewari $10.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that th,.rv is at least
one dr-aded disa-ase that science has
eetn able to -urec in all i!- stages and
hat is I'atarrh. Hall's ('atarrh Cure
s the o#lv positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
institutionall disease, requires a con-
titutioual treatment. IHall's Catarrh
'ure is taken i: terually, acting
directlyy upon the bloowi aud Inmuous
urfacts of the system thereby de-
Lroying the foundation of the dis
ase, and giving the patient strength
)y building up tile constitution and
ssisting nature in doing its work.
'he proprietors have so much faith
i its curative powers, that they offer
)ne Hundred Dollars f-,r any case
hat it fails to cure. Setnil for list of
testimonials. Addre.s.
F. J. CHENEY & ( )., Toledo. 0.
Sold by Druggists. 7o,.
Hall's Family Pills arte the- bhet.
Coinage of 1900.
The o(iJurage of I19011 was in excess of
hat, in any previout.- yp-ar in the his-
irv of the Mlint. a rv,'Zal in) '0 l 41,301)-
', is ompard wih !:;.'.-,3.;76 in
e- a1-st fiscal year. Thi.- valut- of li i
)i't coinalige was slight:y bl-low that i
Str, ,r i 7.' ,l o

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"THE BABIES' FRIEND."

Iraj
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O R a quarter of .a cen-
Stury Foley's Hon-y and
I Tar has bern -:uring
babies of croup ain
whooping cough. In tf it '. .
it has saved thousand : .. little
lives and ev:y ,'-ar it go,-s on
!s ;.%g mor:. Physician, who
have tested it know Foley'-
Honey and Tar is the best med-
icine for little fo'k- and
much superior to the old tr-P.
muriatesof amtionia mixtur'-.. .
often prescribed ly doctors. ,i -
which are so often in,:--' -tt*(.
It's entirely free fro,:i :.. ," .i,
it's unconditionally guaranteed.
Little folks like it.


Something -New Under the Sun."
A unique paper will fie published at
Miaiiii. Fla.. ona March 23 It. will bti
tit iip.-to date, twelve or sixtt-eenPage-
riattropolitari 1I 1w-paper, mafl the (Mc-
hu'idr..rd or in!eii'nremxi-tbers ofthe Fior-
i'. Pre~ss w~t'ti iill 4constitute.
ti. .,ctI IA orki n tz on icr the(di rection'i
ti .10 effitoir jii-:1ict :ii~ld ietehi sof .le-
p-rt Iieli s. It will1 tbe a tnoi1L1 rig papcr.
a lnt-i. will bie written or
prepared iiiutil after ithe re.-utilr amsigi.-
meri't hour ifl March :212. Then the
eit yc itor will retad ,ut the *JJ
111t,10:4t totile s W* ["te W~- Itr-
nid cotintry t-iitorz. the t-ilitorial

rthe b-.e..rqi p Ii or, I tie el; zeIIiin.


an'1 ffor tl.- twelve Ll-eiirs oljol4,"Lr the
pei-i:1l .u~ her will ik taki- hti e city3
Itv stormi, lweobj'ect opt'th i:4 coinpiiisite
ppris not 'only tl tod'ilift!- and jinter-
t t4) the nitetitiii of the It d tia Prt-''-
AX-twiatiou, but to give to the ariny or
weekly w.-wsjpaper weni practical ex-
perienoe in the making uf great.(daily
ltewspaver. The idea is that of Hon-
(ieorge W. W ilsoni, editor-in-chetif --ffI
thet Florida Tiruesv-f 13100ana ( 'i tizen,
ittit t~jl'itiiest-sdulifi 21341 itizt-u ~. tiers
tenu prizt-.. iaggregating $110.a,,fohlowsA
I Best news re-port of sonie startlingc
best news- report of Miami, 1014M words,
'10,) best ed i torial leader, SOt) wi~rtls.
l;bt-st cdi iiri.tIsul)-l~-aler, 540.1 words,
""1': hest editorizil piaragraphs, l')
bt-tijvs r'-p4)rt of the nlet-cing of thek

soriPti vt-art icl, otiMiatni. 1(51) wordst,-;
'111; 1--c-w. oitet v report, 9011 words. 14
best report'4f Polliee C'iuil-, *)'words,
$10: I-est 1coin pi01 bt i'l ofirWoralluas tie-
partiui-att, 140oi iAort!'-, zp.;i fi-o-
liiwint.: k offereot by ilit- Mjaijii J-
troplis let-st .ort. heidi, 1:11).


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Stall 2 and 4 t'if. harkel. Oe:ala. Fla.


MONTEZUMA


J. P. CALLOWAY. Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.



FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


Priomp V~Land St-.a riA -r~i. 'ssiired,


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(CHICAMO I BANNER SALVE is the greatest
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tmcc and you w'i1
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ifelso mmad rt-i q, i--ns nl, .
rkch pa2Y ir %ot)i m'norr
a: :~1~I pars a-if the


ra; ~Ahtr'tz. SendI fo: ou:r-.- looot.
cc 1. '14 andAm C~lt!iS-,.Lc-. and .nte 1'om1:
Ph% .-I~l.- V7c. anx-j o tat .:ier- -
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ma Asaiw m a omair nIotf


Frgoceiltiiassgof the Board of County
cmiimesseomers- Regular Session.

..1.ti~mt ctiectan,.t or h-- Isarid


vu a e lor",-.a'att W. EKAllen,

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Phut; -. 0 a.aice tit& i r-,'.1.lel!et o!
th' or r-I-! Ii i-h %% I-, Ci i r6E-W 'i.on

reasi'-l evM. 1m
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bi t .o1.
havc 'Ibt,.1 1If tit., 1, ~ i ** -- 1"i

v4N-i t i sm o% -h Ita1 II., wratitln it i t-

CT t~411 4-II.l tIi~' r&'t-41 91a10 j1"'ln 114 tl f-
ri*-iiiA II.-.,-t.-,, 4 I.! -t sia z:1 111l H e' ll I
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90 YOU GET UP

WITH A LAM4E BACK?

Ofbey TWoe Mia Y ou Miscrabie.
Almost everybody who re;:..d!hth news-
VsW tis --Ave to know cf thtt wonderful
fL-. I [cure-s da by Dr*
Kilmer s. n ap- Root.
the great kidney, liver
Sand bladder, reumady.
It is the great mnedi-
Utcal tnumurhof the nine-
re'.4''Nerth century, dis-
c to vered after years of
sc ientific rcewarch by-
rr.l'ar:.rthe cmi-
U rwni k.%irxe'.- and H~ad-


'"111' '%YAI A "' H g^e :u. % 110Ai () .,
the- ,-ourt house was tendered for pub-
lic reception to the Grand Lodge K.
of P., on .March 13, 1901.
The Henning Land and Investment
Co., through IL B. Bullock, attorney.
an d J. E. Charles, agent, appeared lbe-
fore thle it.ard and asked that the
tbard recnommend to the comptroller
to allow aid company to redeem
i,. ir lands sold to the state DNenm-
t-r 7. l 96, for unpaid taxes of 1IS95,
by .yment of lthe amniounts expres-edt
in the face of the certificateu, with iih-
t,-rest au requir,-d by law, a:,,dl Io :,-
, p, payme-nt of taxes for tit- ye:tr-
I l-' -' tS-'f at a valuation ,If l.,N, in-
sitead of 2;;2. Afi.r ,'<,uiijderatioi, it was ordered
that i: Ihe,.e-ompany would redeem all
the-r lands in this county upoll
which the state now holds tax 'ertifi-
cates for IS,' taxes that the conip -


troller iob recommended to allow said
company to pay the taxes of 1~7-.-. '*!"
at thli rAte It was, on motion, ordered that the
salary ,f Iu. I. Freymvoutli i- ulerin-
t-lident ,of the Ioor farm 'kwe contin-
ii(d at $Vi.7 per miaIlth until January 1,

Tih- fo llow in.. ,inils were .q;iproved :
.1. tl. Livi -gtoii notary pi.ll....: Ki H ii-
ert Fort, r(.;ad -vvers-'t-r: .1. 1). l'-'riu-
-'Ol, no:ary pulbli-: J. L.. !ii:.-r, con-
stAlIe, district No). ;,o: G. \\. Miilcr,
,notary p.lhi.'
1ppl,-at i,.I.- It .I. .A W'c'-:,ler .t!n
Mary R. I)iila:d for ; n'-i,'o -:. 711 tht
state of Florida were ex'-ait-*d and
applrovrd.
It wa-, ordt-rtzl that t the t:a.ry of
the janitor e rix-,d at $it p;.r liin:it
;iil that la i.e rtiaired to give : t Ihis
tl n ini.r 'a iof l ,f L f tu -h *i Vi a.-

J. I .:i:. h:: ;, !alf of the t(yT
f.! ( .. pr. -- ,;td .Zat noiii Iit t:i
::i fr -1 7 T l vint amouii* *u-,' ity
<; 4),a. f.'r ontv-half tlhe r-.... :t stx
cl t- *L f. Or thily v 'iar "'o. I:! t :'.' tK''
of i.aa: ; ti.al,'ymint of \wlin h wa- r.-
!ja> ,! ,,n the lounti l Lat t he- ;::,,i. V
was loh t through tlie .hortage 4f the
thl-i ltax collector.
The ot4ier of the. city of O(al : to
furiis'i lot and -ecwerage for a public
walt r -l,.'et if the c,-,unty would tuild
s.amie, was, after com-iderition, de-
clined.
The agreement of Muairoc & I haru-
bli-- to cash all warraits drawn on
the county proprt, road aud tine and
fCrfeiture fund- to the a.-imiunlt of
tNomli, same to draw interest at per
cent. per annum from date of is-.ue
until paid. was, on motion, accept' 1,.
A re solution was adopted iustructiing
thle clerk to publish for sixty .:liy" .lhe
inltelntion of the board to !imnt .' I, vy
of 40 ceuts on *l1No worth of property
for the purpose of road improvewInts.
cAlip outfits, stokades, etc., necessary
for working convicts on the public
roads. at the regular meeting in .Iuly.
A resolution was adopted diret-ting
the clerk to advertise, according to
law, Ihe intention of this board to
apply to the next legislature for the
passage of a bill authorizing Marion
county, either alone or in conlnet-iion
with adjoining counties that may be
interteted, to coinstruct a bridge at or
near Stokt.' ferry on the Vithila-
coai'cht-e river, and at or near Starke's
ferry on the (k'klawati'l river, amt at
suuch other point s am iay i" lideeimuLA
SI ece..ary.
(n imoli.on it was ordered that war
runat ot, ro.'il U;.'i for "''hd. :ilbc anld
forf.itli.- fue ld it *'. ;i" i.,;i' V
prO pter fun- i l t *1 ,be r:L i. i,:tt\ I ";*
t,> .!lilirz e .- (a't~ ihi}'i --, h it -,-,:l;o
qlur i11 .-i1 i.'rth-. -, i mtl i i tl% :Ltt


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range 2lm, to Imleroort with the OcAls
N ~ ew ~ gwu and Mi-lotimh road where min3e (rowwe9
Florid1a Southern R. R., between Low-
ell And Martin, was read, &oil, on uto-
~in~ WW1 thim, laid cover until oext meeting.

Afeemsea ittwao~lr-

rr'it~il (3* *'T?-t Panti Silver Sprieigm road.
I'etitittia UP establish a fr"-s ferry at
SP' ~ ** .31 Starke'- ferry awli appoint C. F. Wa-
SLI a 11tdlr --ma". ;t;:4t thfe tvrnmai fo-ri yunaujwas, on nrititj'n.re-
dT. *vi.~ib :-.-i a'fused. 'The-lboa~rdlwill, upofm upjlohl-a-
Iry.t ~r ui~ .~ .s.. x-~ ~:.-.~ ~tiortal rAW.a c 'lhimter for -idesmrt'-rc~i
.1e' ~..ff trry tat thtat, ooio
V ~ Petti- i-'o, iitke thie .nd
.. i'. :.. .. he ,1.1- 4111t Viljle ft-; ri. sfre-'.- '.o-re r- entz-.o
th ec 1 a 1C1, ult er ftsi -io.-r ittlii, wt'r*,. il
I 'vxnij-ion--olr Morgan w:a- .1utt iior-
V. -./,41t-d opurc-hase rope for Mo..-. ile l'
...-,! er-r% "als.-t to li.;ve road 4.1.i p-wci
I.isV Z;I( lettorpar .



at t..cjd Hard tmet. Ai l metuioer! ;pre-o-no.i.
Flow application of ct.I*lflittee
rr~m O mhLLdfff V-% If# Z 5 IJ P


Hughes'


Chill Tonic.


Better Than
Calomel and Quinine...

" The Old Reliable"

An ,-lhn t ;c : r l, nw,,i well
:a- :a -lure tur' fo'r ('Is !- aaidt Fe-vers,
la;ritl over-. Swatin{ .***v< and
i u L NFe V-t'. FAlli'-

J):-T wha :. v y)I tl ie--'l t ti .- .-eatso t
SMild a'X:i v t'-. Ne-r ius -' (tdativ'-,

(;tra'ani .It ,y y< y r ,Ir smij t.
l n:i't ack.- ;a'iy -:" -titu:-. Try it.
--:,5 \M!)i!. i' Il;irTTI.il
I't 'Ctr. by

Robinson-Pettet Co.
Louisville, Ky.



;W If 1\DS)11 HOTEL


:Qras I OLLE~,-*s
JACKSO-~(NVILLE.-F


Prc;rietors.
. FlA)lv'IDA.


Largest and Leading Open

All- thi- Year- Rounid Ho-


tel in FIl~rifda.


LI ..AHl, SAMPLE Fijoo0-MS


RXTES $?110TO$4.0).
Ste-p'P-cial rattt!- by the month during
the suiu fler.

Gutiiran teed ~900Q


%1I n IaatiIt I S -~ g cii ai lddrc% to 't!;-rt%tflt.
t.-'a- ra t~ t a!'p- 4:11? :g a ft!.. tha. r% for!
-dciv ,u4~i:tt I vtiTVxtra ce~mmliivslVU,
-.- II. ::-- I h anctnc. ka ,-ar c- aaibfl3-
'~ o t s'12'"'4 I clit, Tt fr vait *i-nIp'-ta" ar
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STAMF 1 =PRESS,
wz :rch St. N~ew Raven, Coott.

NOTICE ('F -SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
DlzJRICT Pi-NE LEVEL SCHOOL


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ham, J. W. Pearson and J. M. Barks-
dale.
The clerk submitted financial stste-
ment as follows:
To Hon W. P Allen, Chaimnan Bird ofCoun-
ty Colnlii.slioner-
In compiliance with a recent resolu-
tion of the board, I herewith submit
the following, which shows warrants
outstanding ou February 4, including
those issued ton that day:
countyy proper fund,$5790.11. fine and
forfeiture fund, $3411.69: road fund,
S3;*i3.7-T: building fund .65; total out*
swtainf li$i17,rtS .2.
ilnce Fl 'rairy 4, including bal-
aljet-* on hliaild at that time, the fol-
lowinig ai'miunti- have lieien collected
oni thel M-vera.l fulil-s:
County proper, $119*.4.; rorad. Ti.-
: lille itnd forfeiture, $27-.7'.i; build-
in.. $1:'T.'-b: total. $'373.04: leaving
the total irideb:eJIe?-( of the county,
except the aciIool fund, $151..1. To
this animount mtu-t be added the war-
rIit- which y,,u issue at this meeting
(of the board, which amount will be
the true inhdltal.in.ess of the ,',-unty,
except tlhe -.'ol imdtebtednlt s-. which
was j1... .;i o7 Jai .:l, ly'l.
The boardd then adjourned until the
next regular meeting.
T. T. SISTKVNK, f('lerk.
Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism..
F-rm the t*!d':a -r Rutherfordton, N The editor of the Vindicator has
had occt-asion to test the eflicacy of
C'harnmerlain's Pain Balm twice with
the most remtarkalle results it each-
,.a e. First, with rheumatism in Ike'
shoulder. from whih ilie -uttired e*io
a-runiating pia.i for ten day-, which
wis re.lieveld with two applications of
Pain Bala. rubbing the parts aff-eted
and retlizin.- ii.-tant benefit and t-n-
tire relief in .a very short time. See-
ond, in rheunati-nt in thigh j,,iut. al-
most pro-trating hiin with ,evere
pain, whi-h wa" relieved by two ap-
plic-atio ms, rubbiitg with t: lininiment
on re-tirin-, at night. a'd -Itiiunit up
free from pain lFor sale lvy t .\Anti-
Monopoly Drug Stor,. ,t.


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A is4E WINE 0. W 131-' K I icz and BRANDIxEB9
MY $2.00 Rye o tB t0 11 tIat ... ..... .... $1.l75;: MY54 00 Gin at........ ........ ...............
My 2.,% 0 -.....' M v 2.uo North Cao'.na Corn at ... .
M Y 3.00 M 2. r vTo M~t'u Dew Corn at.. 2"
MY 4. 00 "3-C() %fy 3-00..2
my 2 00 GjUin L-31;52 N*y .0t). .. .
Yy4-':0 N0 MY 4US= 3t ........
The .Jug aitd Ke,,Y-Traide Made -i SuecizilFeature.
In sending your orde-k a'ww! 4 -;end enough !o covt; -It-r cc~tCiuHalf-gallon jugq. Ise
1-gallon jug. l,-!!njj; S ,ai' Ug. 3..C: keg.. St.
I sell more whiskey and bNttv -k*x any mv huml-*:rr;-"j.bt-caujse I g~ve g-d,bs
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HARDWARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


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OCALA LUMBD C COMPANY.
Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works

Rough and Finishin; Lumber, Manteis.

Seiiol De', C un e s,
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THE NEW YORK AND

FLORIDA LIMITED
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For Rates. Schedules and Inzormation. call on r id hr',
A. GIRAROEAU. Traveling Passnger Agart. W. T. COSPY. Tr vTef Poelenel g 4
108 West by Street 1ACKSONVILLE. FLA.
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OCALA. FLORIDA.
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iiargin the condlit ion nd prices
of products from one week toi
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Cha-e & T Honey
Sanborn's Moon
Seal Brand Chewing
I Coffees Gum
SIn 2-lb. Tins 60 Cents
l--- The Fine.st JPut ,i 1 t E I Pe B

We have accepted the agency for

__ JOS TETLEY & cO'S TEAS
|- OF LONDON ENGLAND,

SAnd to introduce these goods, so the people can tell-
Sthe quality, until the 14th of March, we will have
- daily a demonstration of them, where everybody will
- be welcome to one or a dozen cups of Tea fresh
S rom the pot The invitation is to all! Everybody
_ welcome! So come and bring your family and get
-a good cup of Tea! Be sure to give us a call and
Swell give you a nice cup of Tea while you wait .
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SWe are continually trying : get something new and good for our
- trade. This week we have noi rnly added Tetley's Teas to our list, but
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_ we havethe HONEY MOON (.; iV ING GUM, FRESH GRAHAM
__ FLOUR. BIG HOMINY and -I D)AM CHEESE. In Evaporated
Ap Fruits we have PEACHES, APRICOT'. N EGTARINES, APPLES,
Ago- PRUNES, Etc., and prices are right too.

Don't forget that we are headquarters for Staple as
dtapw r e rs r-

Swell as Fancy Groceries, carrying the largest stock in I
the city. Prices are as low as is consistent with a -
Slegitimate profit. Yours for More Business,
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