Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 15, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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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Volume ID: VID00579
Source Institution: University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."



ROY\ L Baking Powder is indispen-

.ihc ito the preparation of the finest

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Ahlum is u;ed in some baking pow-
dr ;and in most of the so-called
lhbotphate powders, because it is
in ap. and makes a cheaper powder.
':t aluin is a corrosive poison which,
.l in food, acts injuriously upon
t.'- :.tnnach, liver and kidneys.

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twwrt ftolito,'time use r'4 F~i.1c"'sHoney
anu Tat. ftia. ularuiat anid lung
vomody. Takc tlb .ut a~titute. M1
Mr. 11A3 aaot.'.n.IIt. Ilullwsk, ail attor-
mey o if I hls. wa% here Wednewday
e~t-vnint gtoo do-fend Few Jones ina
rlamiltal vasto Skututerville Time".
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Niagear. after a via~it to( two weeks to
hwr *Iter f~ rioed- i1,in 0Ehala, left
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boa'ting st atr 4etilig, lmdigeomtion.
1111fil10 -r Wtter lbrash, maLy he
jewilily euorrre'ietf lithrugh the us'e Of
Pkhoi .\* I'A-H I1t11-1 {-.It "trenglth-
ga digo-wtioti. veleaum-~ and regulates
Se ta .,.. Aut i-1114unO11001Y Drug
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as -'* 't ,f .Aiini-tts, Ala.. was in
(N.lu1 .1tirt a, tl.e wee-k ai'd left Tl.urs-

fack-e,mevillo-'s miew city directory
ij!-t1w. haclo'uJilatioi alks5u
I I'I haea',141wartt r!4 tof thfSeaboard
IAir t.' l Will 1I4t.. ~k~lt')IliChi lii Put
July 1.

B,,rated Talcuin Powder, nicely
iprfutintd. loe. per l)ox, at T'ydings &
*' s.- Ilruti store.
M.'. Ii. and Mrs. M. llave eau, of
Paris, France. (rieitI of Mr. a :il Mrs.
I'. Jumeau, are- vi-iting O(cala, and
have rented a h',ju-e 4oppos,,ite the
High School and wi;l spend the bIal-
ance of the season in our city.
It is getting time to get out of those
heavy clothes you are wearing. We'll
show you the newest in spring and
summer goods. Don't let the price
worry you. We'll make that right.
M. Fishel.
Hon. M. L. Payne, of Benedict, was
in the city Tuesday. We are glad that
lie has fully recover I from his late
illness and looks god for many years
of usefulness to himself, his friends,
hi.s party and hi" country.
At the little town of Bonham. Tex.,
live tliousand ratbi's have been shipp-
edl to northern markets. Mr. Herbert
(colveian, a foirnmer resident of Silver
Spring Park, has returned and will
make the raising of Belgium hares an
Sour stomach, fullness after eating.
flatulence are all caused by imperfect
digestion. PRICKLY ASIH BITTERS cor-
rectg the disorder at once, drives out
badly digested food and tones the stom-
ach, liver and bowels. Anti-Monop-
oly Drng Store special agents. 2
Mr. Will W. Phillips, of the Lake
City Index, acting as advance agent
of tile Damon and Pythias Company,
composed of local talent of Lake
city, which performed here to a well
filled house W wednesday night, paid
this office a fraternal call.

Mr. C. C. Todd is on a visit to the
Japliu, *.io., district, where mica, cop-
ler, zinc andi lead ores are shipped in
great quantitiess The sa!es ending
.Marcith ,e were 9s.N'.!MNK pounds of
zinc ore and 1,;I44,67T pounds of lead
ore, valued in all at 145,4:1.
Mr- M. H- ,1es, a:ii, propri,'t-'r of
the Bo-ton Store, left Tuesday for
New York, where she will purchase
sprang and summer gools for her
store. As she is an experienced buyer
and posesses exquisite taste it will
pay her patrons to wait for her selec-
Mr. Jno. T. Lewis, the popular post-
master at Mos Bluff, was in Ocala
last Tuesday. *%r. hLwis has just re-
turnel from a trip through south
Fl-.ridi alid says that whole section
I i painted o'er with the mniot brilliant
colors of the. railbw. Het' osughIt be-
tween forty and lifty car loads of pine-


Fully Twenty-Five Couples in Fancy
Prof. R. L..Northcutt, who for the
past seven winters has conJucted a
dancing school in our city, gave his
farewell dance to his class last Friday
night at the armory.
Mr. Northcutt's classes are always
large and successful and his closing
dance is always looked forward to
with great eagerness. This dance out-
did all of his former efforts in beauty
as well as in a financial way.
The armory was very beautifully
decorated. The stage on which the
fancy dances took place looked espe-
cially pretty and attractive.
The hall literally packed with
spectators: indeed, the crowd was .o
large that there was little Ispace left
fr (lauci iinr.
'i'lt O.('alt Ho- ui- Orel lstra fur-
nisi-hed thi.' iii u-ic.
At 8:1i :o' clo'k the niarli was ihe-
igun, led tby Phil l{oilinso: anind Ednia
('ulverliouse. There were twenty-live
couples of little folks, and some older
ones, dressed in all sorts and descrip-
tions of fancy costumes. Each and
every one looked well and deserves
special notice, but space forbids.
The first on the program after the

march was a song and character
dance, "Just Because She Made Them
Goo Goo Eyes," by Edna Culver-
house, who is one of the prettiest lit-
tle fancy dancers in the city. She
also danced most gracefully the Spltn-
ish castanet dance.
The reception and cake walk to all
the nations by U'ncle Sam was unique
and well rendered. Little Willie Bul-
lock, as I'mnle Sam, the master of cer-
emonllies, couldn't lie heat.
The "Oriental Tea Party," with na-
tion!al song of Japan, by about liftten
littl- girls, was excellent.
Tile pIrettiest dance o(f thle evening
was tihe l' Parisian skirt dance by Holpe
RMlinson, Sara Davis and Edna Cul-
verhouse, dressed respectively in love-
ly costume- of white, yellow and redl
tissue paper. These three dainty little
misses art very clever and graceful
dancers and are always admired.
"The Midsummer Night's Dream,"
or dance of the fairies, by seven little
girls in white gauze dresses with silver
spangles, was exceptionally pretty
and made one think they had been
transported to fairyland.
The most mirth-producing dance
was the one entitled "Looking Back.
ward," by eight girls. They were
dressed as Irish servants, had false
faces on the back of their heads, tied
on with bandanna handkerchiefs.
Their hair was combed down over
their faces, and in this way appeared
to be dancing backward. The danc-
ers, 1.y their queer antics, created lots
of fun and a storm ef applause.
"Snap Shots from Buffalo Bill's
Wild West Show" was considered
one of the very be4t numbers. At
the back of the stage were two Indian
wigwams, and in the background a
camp fire was burning. The lights in
the hall were turned out for this
dance. Marion Galloway and Sara
Davis dressed as squaws, and Philip
and Ralph Robinson, Morris Smith,
John Pelot, Brantley Weathers and
Louis Chazal, in the dress of Indian
braves, danced an Indian war dance.
The fires burning in the background
gave a very weird aspect to this dance.
The first part of the program closed
with the Alabama cake walk, and af-
ter a short intermission twelve dances
were played in which the spectators
were allowed to participate.
It was altmot two o'clock when
"Home, Swewt Hoine" was played
sand the fancy dress ball was only a
1 leasailt lmemlliory.
Mr. Nortbcutt left Monday after-
noin for Gainesville where he will
teach a clas-" for the next two months.
A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
"I have no hesitancy in recom-
mnending ChamberlAin's Cough Rem
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
An Ocalian Marries in Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bailey re-
,ai -d a telesrram last Sunday from

One Bottle


Guaranteed to Cure or no Pay

This is a Tonic that I

Has Been '1 tried

And Don't Iail.
Only 50 cents at.-

S Ofliec Dr)it Store.


THE MONTEZUMA SOLD. ,. --. -____

There seems to be a lively activity
in hotel property in our city.
Last week we noted the sale of the

Ocala House, one of the best paying
of the Plant System hotels, to Mr. J.
F. Edwards.
This week we note the sale of the
Montezuma, owned by an English
syndicate, to Mr. John P. Galloway.
The Montezuma was built by Mr.
James A. Harris about the year 188.5,
at a cost of $40,000, and has been run
as a hotel under various managements
since that date.
It has recently been overhauled and
put in thorough order by its late own-
ers; the repairs consisting of a new
tin roof, new floors in some of the
first story rooms, and new gas and
sewer pipes.
The new purchaser, Mr. Galloway,
intends making still more repairs and
improvements, among which will be
a piazza running the entire length of
the rear, a handsome picket fence and
the grounds beautified.
Mr. Galloway intends to make it
one of the most attractive places in
the city.
It will be placed under excellent
management and run all-the-year-
round at the popular price of $2 per
Mr. Galloway was for a long time
sheriff of Lake county, and was easily
the most popular man in that whole
section of country. He has a
manner of drawing friends to him,
and it is believed tha he will make a
popular landlord.
He says that he feels sure of keep-
ing his house full all the year round,
and is intensely pleased with his pur-

Must be taken at the earliest moment.
Our services are quickly and cour-
teously rendered.
Directed by us are conducted accord-
ing to instructions. All necessary du-
ties are performed in a manner satis-
factory to the living and respectful to
the dead.
Internients in all cemeteries.

N. Magnolia St., 3 doors from Public Square
information Wanted.
I had a boy staying with me by the
name of Thomas Walker Brown that I
raised that was given to me and he
left me on February 27th. I will give
any person $3 that will put me on to
him. He is a boy between thirteen
and fourteen years old, wearing long
pants, with a good height. He had on
blue overalls, double seated and dou-
ble kneed, known as the best overalls
made. They are about half worn out.
He has on a brown hand made shirt,
with white buttons, and a gray sack
tail coat, well worn on the sleeve, and
a brown black hat. He is very dark,
with heavy white teeth and his upper
front teeth is a little double and a lit-
tle affected between them, and a wide
mouth, and his hair is a red brown;
lies close to his head. He is not so
bright in width and has an idlesome
appearance and large white eyes; a
long face and a sharp head.
Any one finding such a boy of this
description will please address me at
once and money paid at sight.
Box 350. Archy Jacobs,
Ocala, FI.

Skin-Torured Babies


Find Comfort in Cuticura
INSTANT RELIEF and refreshing sleep for Skin-tortured
Babies and rest tor Tired Mothers in a warm bath with
CUTICURA SOAP and a single anointing with CUTIcuRA,
the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This is
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent, and
economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring, itching,
burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and
scalp humors, with loss of hair, of infants and children.

Millions of Mothers Use Cuticura Soap
A..sisted by Cuticura Ointment for preserving, purifying, and beautifying
the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and'dandruff. and the
stopj1:ig of falling hair, for softening,. whitening and soothing red. rough.
a:.t sure h2n:L., in the form of baths for annoying irritations, in:iamma-
.ons. anad ( '.,1. or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of
v-ashes for r .Lve, and for many sanative antiseptic pxr-
S '.. ..-.. t hinselv .s to women, and peci:alny n,-'a-
,fo. .,; fr :.,. 4 ,. .f the1 toilet, bath, and nurs',ry. No ara at
S. .,:h : .. have OIKnc- u.-'d it? j tI." a '.n:r:. r,
S.-, : : r i;r ng the skin, sal:-, :I.l hair of i: -ts
i ....: ,. s; c. '. s delicate em ,-'! ent pr':; .rtifs: 'c .ed
-.... ,.:t kin c re. with the- pure:;t *if cean-in''r : re-

- THU ~RJS.NiA .~amin, I-I. -~



Rheinauer & Co. announce a noteworthy opening of Dress Goods for
arly Spring. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
sew Silk Striped Ponmnett and Fil de Sole. High class, novelties in Foreign
2ephyym at an attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
Goods, Pique, Dimities, Lawn plain and striped. Organdies in all leading
dudes for evening wear. A showing of new Embroideries, laces and Ladies'
41tls at attractive prices. A special sale of Dress Skirts and balance of VWool
Dres Goods. Extraordinary values in Gents' Negligee Shirts and Ties. The
queeial feature of the Corset Department is the "W. B." correct form, in
ese 18 to 30, at Sl.00. A number of specials in Wash Silks for Ladies' Waists,
sad new weaves of Black Silks for Skirts. Bargains in Smyrna Rugs, Mat-
uMgs, Lace Curtains, Shades and ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases. Extra
value in Shoes for Men, as the well known makes of Banister, Foot Glove and
meoett; the Regina and Queen City Shoes for ladies. And an unusual offer-
lag in the Clothing Department.


Jacksonville is to have a railroad
oun Jesup, ta.
Mr.. Barton, of Inverness, wbs
poppingg in Ocalae yesterday. She
sm the guest of her sister, Mrs.. C.
Loving kindness is greater than
baws; and the charities of life are
more than all ceremonies.-The Tal-
mud. 4
Boys' knee pants in endless variety
and at low prices, too. M. Fishel.
Colonel Livingston has been called
to South Carolina by telegraph an-
souncing the dangerous illness of his
The accomplished lady who served
Tetler's teas so deliciously at the Tea
Pot grocery departed for Geiuesville
Mr. J. F. Edwards, proprietor of the
Osala House, will arrive from Gaines-
ville He will be accompanied
by his wife.!
Mr. Meflert, of Lowell, says his
mill is running over-time. He has
been busy all the season with orders
for vegetable crates.
One hundred and seventy bushels
of strawberries were lhijlped from
Lakeland one night. That tells of
the industry of that section.
County ('onwmi.ssioner E. C. MeLeod
S has had some fine trees planted along
the fine road running from Ocala to
The newspapt r, are not yet through
commenting on the very handsome
gown worn by Mrs. McKiIley at tlie
inaugural *:all.
( *Jolly Jolin'" will tre:tt ytvorinh'.

WeV enjoyed ;a l':,-:*l vi.-it }i',m
AMr. Frank Lines, ir ni Madison, dur-
ing the -sessionl o(f thie (irainl Lodg,' ol'
the Knight: of Pythialls.

M r. W C. t, .ik,,o iiil -', i ,,-
ular recotrder, anil a .r. L ..1. li' is-, hli
fai ou41(i'-j i"t.' tc 't (-d'' z.tlt- to ill"
K of 1'. and u;:'i,' !i'i! t lI1*tbii:;1.-
Tih 3|1th,, .t ,hur'l -.- o'i tihe
luite, S1t: ,t{ ii,,w i vt f I to I*:al -].ini-
bership <:f .'I ,,n >1'>, w iho w r-,hlip ii
ciGo'{ (*li-:i, ;.s a:;,; ;>1o !," r'l),'h."l to
by 1'6.44 ii"iiii,,.or.i..
'ugette J. Hall, tihe *, po l :t .li d put -
Ulsh-r, says that one(i t.ts of Fley's
Honey and Tar restored his voice
When ho:irseness threatneil to prevent
his lecture at central l Mu-i" Hall,
Chieago. Nothiiitru els, :a- g o.ld. ni
Governor im ford, of Alal rnmii, Ina.
vetoed tlhe lill lrovidingi for th e pur-
chase by the state of the old Jeller-,on
Davim- mansion iin Mout~oiery, ilie
first White HouS( of the' (C'onfederacy,
and its pre-ervatiou as :I Confederate
Mr. Frank Bughee, of Hliati.'-.s, i-
in the city. He is uDow plinrsuinili the
gen:1e occupation of farming and
says that tickliniz tlh soil in that re-
gion is like plyaing on velvet andl
the footings are always ou the- right
side of the ledge r.
Queent Aunen Hair Tonic is tihe best
preparation for cleaning the scalp and
promoting the growth of the hair.
Now is the timn for dandruft'. This
tonic will keep the ascalp clean and
healthy. Tyditinz & (Co.

It is t-'tjmat-l e~ithmt nearly
WO wt-rtli -f niiih and hor-.---. 4ave
boeet'sip~ip'edi t irouizh New O( rlt a -

] army x- ii 1 1, 1h r4,. h'

from i'ex.-..! I.aIYeW,' ~'

ownoroEf Fh ii *!~. 1 t hl- h1 *'I.2 ,u
Are.. i i I i- '- i11~4~ .

The Fire Baptists have rented
the building acres the street
from the Ocala Banner building and
will hold regular services therein.
We do set sell gds at e**st, but do
sell goods as cheap or cheaper than
those who advertise that they sell at

cost. Try us and save money. Ty-
dings & Co. t
The "blind tigers" in Floral City,
Citrus county, have been given forty-
eight hours to close up their places of
business; if not they will besubjected
to a "Carrie Nation hatchet crusade."
Pleasant Purgative Pellets contain
no calomel. Nothing better. Price,
15 cents, at Tydings & Co's. i
Ex-Senator Carter, of Montana,
who talked the river and harbor bill
to death, has bIeit rewarded by the
president. He has just been appoint-
ed United States commissioner to the
St. Louis Exposition. with a salary of
$.'O Ia year.

WANTED-Two reliable traveling
salesmen in each state; permanent
position ; salary and expenses; exipe-
rience not a'b-o'utely essential. Ad-
dress C'arolina Tobacco Work?
Greensboro, N. (. .-1.3
Mr. Urbin Biggs, formerly of this
city, but now of Lake City, came
down with the- troupe '.fr(in that
plehtt on Wednesday afternoon, and
will remain in the city days
vis-i iing frit lid-.
Mh-s. ('. I-.,'-u eti, o, f Khiii',' rnIll.
Wis., was salit( itd within stolnmali
iloul'Ite and c,!n-lip-ition for a l, .
time. She :iy-: "I ;.ive triit mIanylly
preparations but none i:ave done me l
thi co, thii:it ('Chu lil l ;l ',1i .' Stoe hl
I fr 4'. .dy v

li-dizt :11 ,1ti Rip1tis't c-(.11111. -.ln--"1m
Fuilto-n -ud' Ii w'a'Lift' 4W1,S u

g, wi'y d -a.)It T11,A tile i ht at \1-A

Ihan t (I) i'uV i-4('i 1 11 "1e 011C A"'- I n

aiitre4 I aZthNVwst oftim1' .
d ii i r i~az' t-IIin vf I o lv;Ia

si-til'Uii I if iitho tra y t'* i t-if.l i uaI i'i i
al triedcrarv.lf-ywas vie'. Iult- ndt lv i--
111u1e1 two ii i,'!its l'I0''1h'lete, (4Ion' I1c

Mr Wt.1'm,. Ting Vamu tilez F miiii -h

Cpikelikj-!e ma iirr t~-cc~iite cIll e iiio
tidr- zztiiig otiioI'.uiv reoflit)v($ di--Ol
UnionBIxauu-. ICgivhs lfe ati al'til at
I.irhe t'rpnid inlivellr, srrngeuL ndoI
a I It thenak i 1,t was t U N-4rI 'et'l v 'le I-~
Bp lie ts blood giv -, I Tin',to the timt--lI
udajieit-', vfigolad herfuitlt nd kn.A or -
oie f I.'nd-'ol e8-taIt' 10r'-torir.'He

Nothing so to rP,'iW 11:11 c lemo-.s i. 4ji
As)'i-jT hiiisrIet gati life and action~
ltt ir.e torpid i Ic ,-i w111'!.!44,ie s 1an
the- \ Lk idneys xi pLopel. I -ll.-
(lie blood. gives. talc La -- -'
--ifes'h p- ot- g o

".A bicycle path has recently been
made to the celebrated Silver Springs,
only five miles distant, giving a most
delightful spin through weird and ro-
manttic sceneryy to this attractive
"Ovala has electric lights, exc-ellent
water, comfortable and commodious
puli I'uiidiiigs, fine cihurch e t dii
-hoolI-, and, in fa,.t, evtry comfort
aiut con1veni'ie-: of :if n up-to-dfate
-ity One of ithe greate-t of Orala's
alt tra'ti(ll-, is til'e wt-li kilown alld1
popul; r ()ala House, 'Philip F. Brow n,
h!ti .1-2 r.
""Ti-- excellent {otel hlis- he+-n s,-
l ' t ,v tIha:it it w ill I, thi 't h i *, F t ,
r,,;.r.--+ r eiiv,- d r.n. li.rir .-t:,y i,
(), I .

1' ,l' -' .! S '',y f Ilai it .' v n
i!'i] til(,or, tlhl ly i .-t(iv.,. ,i ;t1 in I Y 'r-
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Death of Mrs. Eagleton.
Mrs-. William aC. Eigleton, who for
many years wa,% a residIent of La~ke
We'ir, di ed at her houie in Baltinivre,
last !4atur(-i'y afternoon Rt the age or
six ty thi rte.
lIealeaV4. threv sonls and three
tiauglittrs to mkouirn her Joss, M--4
H. (.L1l'(I or this city, I-ora#'e
Eigt~iiio.f Tam a, awlVEJ. i-agI--
tong, of CI trk-'vihllt [cii- .-rs. John
(" 1, %%-, Oid val-' u .,and l is-'Zts M-IlI a-
rt-i, "it l ailit- E Va' 0)"t'a, ofre
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Banner Salve.

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The Faumos Atlanta O(jti

Mr. J. W. White, editor of the Fra-
ternal Record and president of the
state Press Association, was a recent
visitor to Ocala, and besides printing
an excellent cut of the O.ala House
and Masonic Temple, in which the
meeting of the Grand Lodge was
held, gives the following "send-off" to
our growing city:
"Ocala is one of the most beautiful
and progressive of Florida's many
prosperous cities, and it is hard to
realize that the little village of a few
years ago is now an active city of
"Ocala is one of the best planned
and most picturesque cities of the
"In the center is the public square,
a well-kept stretch of greensward,
with shade trees on every side.
Around the square are located the
banks, hotels and business blocks, all
handsome and modern structures of
brick and plate glass. Beyond are the
churches and other institutions.
"Leading from the square are broad
suburban avenues, with rows of ma-
jectic trees, whose widespreading
branches form a canopy over roadway
and sidewalk. These avenues are
lined with beautiful homes, whose
spacious, well-shaded and handsomely
laidout grounds make a charming
"The mania for good roads has
reached Oeala; it now has more
miles of good clay roads, per capital.
than any town of its size in the
South. The beautiful drive out Lem-
on avenue and return via Orange av-
enue, a distance of about mue miles,
is really enchanting.
"Oeala possesses in a marked de- j
gree all the elements and advantages
of the modern metropolitan commu-
nity, and in a general way is in ad-
vance of most cities of much greater

a Fes- ***., M
enatioal rumos baw recbed
Areadia, to the effect talt aOtul
wife and son have come from GWe ,
accompanied by a lawyer to contest
the will of the late Judge Ziba King,
says the Tampa Tribune.
The report current is to the effect
when a young man King wascompell-
ed by the father of this woman to
marry her. And it is mid that while
he agreed to the ceremony, in fact
having no option, he told the woman
and her father that he would never
live with her. A short time after the
ceremony he left Georgia, coming to
south Florida, but did not get a divorce.
The Georgia divorce laws are very
peculiar. First, there must be a trial
by a jury to decide whether a divorce
suit can be instituted, and if the ver-
dict is in the affirmative the real tria'
of the cause comes before another
The Georgia woman claims that no
divorce was ever obtained, and it ap-
pears that a son was born to her short-
ly after King left Georgia.
Judge King married Miss Florida
Brewer at Fort Ogden, Fla., on July
24, 1880, and she and eight children
survive him.
If the reports are true a big lawsuit
is in prospect, and the Florida wife
and heirs are placed In a very embar-
rassing position.

Strikes a Rish Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous de-
bility," writes F. J. Green, of Lancas-
ter, N. H., "No remedy helped me un-
til I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the .
imedic'ines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says Electric Bitters are
just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run down women. No other
utedivine can take its place in our
famiily." Try them. Only 'H. Sitis-
factiou guaranteed by Garrett & Gerig.


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Fr-.;h Mint. P.'ultry'. '.Vgtablei
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The Florida Lodge Has Grown from
Twenty-Three Local Lodges to Six.
ty-Two Within Nine Years-An
Ocala Man Elected to the
Office of Grand Chancellor

0 past week. She L ut.-rtained the- eraud
lodge of the Kuightls of Pythias
numnlering more than one hundred
aud fifty, some of whum were accom-
panied by their wives and daughters.
In honor of her distinguished guests,
the city was becomingly decorated.
The Metrop litany Band furnished
appropriate music and if it had not
been for tthe rain there would have
St'en a military ilnd civic parade.
Tihe formal -rvii' -< were at tilhe
l't holl.-, wli It w t.- lix-d up very
Ili',lY fr tlil o"'.:*i-n .
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w thrve 4f \ ttu anud wrapped in
I ana* of v.-.o
I 'a t MS p.rt, to ,We tbh" drev. good#,
tr Easier at M. 1,'shbl'*-.
tm. Harry Wrigbt. of Ma,-on, (a .
a ise t vate the guest of her tiuother,
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t -I.,*-. t t 4 oI r

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otba', ,% .*..l, salowivagT.
Ubl qan I.,'l'P 'iI It it-.vaske u.' known
k. ot.-' w r-:a I,,4' t' i U e fIt!Vt'S.

ites etPreswrvtooe fornUlra
elisat-! fe i. ~a l.a'tle (of irovC"'p
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dai "- .. v : .. ti v--i.
I1 .,- l \ ;i : .; !.- w ,. :, \ i,.,, i.,-,i
*:r t par H tr I it >1 Ifrom it y i e.i.
\ i Z,.-\v:l-ki, 1i nO tel' e tert:i.d-
1iln a :ti, t plIe .-ins i talk.
;ev t tiy I)Dr. S neiitlr I.. Lowrv, of
Ti :a ilpa. I;iralid ('haul ellor.
IIi- addrtefs wias appropriate to the i
occasion, and was full of interesting i
data cot-eruing the growth of the
,,rdetr. He trace it from its incip-
intivy to the pre-sent time. He said
its ortau/ttih n iwe datld from Felb.
]', l~t;, and now includes one out of
ev ry thirty ,f the male population off
We "lialn .m hl ite.
lit- ; figu teI uni':r- Trank numlers
.ai' s.l** and th ,y piatrioti h*ally se istired
thtir - I nii'At plates dt.rine the late unli-
pIl-mantil-ss. with Spaln, which was
fittingly recogniized iy the president,
although they were not accepted.
President McKinley is a member of
the order.
We learn from his address the fol-
lowing figures viz: The endowment
rank. members 50,000 and it has paid
In benefits $116,010,001, rand the year-
ly d.a uth payments now amount to
wol.'dtee, uc the annual sick benefits
amount to ril,uio,ol0( n more.
Sinle the mil-nling of the lodge in
O.-ala liine years ago, it has grown i
frai twenty-thlree lodges to sixty six,
and frdi onue thousand one hundred
tli -,V-Iy(ton to three thouseAid
:-.\ hiji dried inii iht ere.
He pail a graz-eful comnlimnent too
the ladi s- and hoped tllat tiey would
S,.rinite a lodge, and referred to the
Sfact that Mrsi. Glazier was here for
That purpose aud he hoped that she
would be t ucceseful in her efforts.
That a ladles lodge is something new
in Florida, but is uot so in many of
the Ntates* in the union.
The Grand Chancellor also paid
a very high tribute to the pluck, en-
ergy. industry and perserverence of
Oeala which made us. all blush with
Calledt on by the presiding ofticer,

well as the citizens of Ocala, were Death of Mrs. Converse.
very splendidly entertained at the After a serious illness of about two
Marion Opera House, by the render- weeks Mrs. E. E. Converse wie of
Sthe manager of the Ocala Lumber
log of the play of Damon and Pyth- company, died at her home in the
ias, by a company of local talent from third ward Monday afternoon at four
Lake City. The house was comfort- o'clock.
ably well filled, and had it not been The deceased was born in Belleview.
far the downpour of in every seat he was a daughter of Rev. E. F.
S h n oPelot, well known to the older readers
would have been occupied. Thoe of this paper. At the age of fifteen
who witnessed the performance say it! she married Mr. James Maddox, who
was creditable throughout, and had lived only two years after the mar-
all the actors been professionals, it rage. In 1892 she was married to Mr.
could not have been better. Converse, who survives her to mourn
her loss. She also leaves a son by her
The election of officers for the en- first husband.
suing year was fixed for Thursday at Mrs. Converse was only twenty-nine
eleven o'clock. The candidates for years. She was a good Christian wo-
(;rand Chancellor were Mr. Emmett! man and leaves a large concourse of
.rirfnda to n rivp ert hor me o.irr

Wolft, of ( P :l;nsar-ol:i. and MIr. Herbert L .
The funeral services took plA.e from
Crook, of Ocl.s. Mr. Crook was elect- the hiorne Tuesday afternoon at three
',d y a very flattering majority, much o'clock, Rev. llowart Dutil, of the
o lie r-i'atillea:ion of his numerous Methodist church onfliiating.
frind- in thi- citv. His election is I The remains were interred in Greei-
wood cemetery, under a mound of
regarded as a compliment to merit, beautiful tlowors.
and likewise to Ocala. Mr. Crook is a ... -
a y An Honest Medicine for La Grippe.
a youug man of excellent habits and
George W. Waitt, of efouth Gardi-
splendid promise, and we feel that ner, Me., says: "I have had the
the Knights of Pythias have made no worst cough, cold, chills and grip and
mistake in elevating him to its su- have taken lots of trash of no ac-
preme head in this state. count but profit to the vender. Cham-
The following is a list of the officers berlin's Cough Remedy is the only
thing that has done any good wh'at-
elected: W. I. Ellis, Quincy, Su-t
ever. I have used one bottle of it and
preme Representative; Herbert the chills, cold and grip have all-le-ft
('rook, Oeala, G. C.; W. S. Allen, me. I congratulate the imanufactur-
Deland, G. V. C.: J. H. Watson, Bar- ers of an honest medicine." For
tow, (;. P.: W. M. Stewart, Palatka, sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
(i. MA. A.: W. H. Lattinier, Tavares, tore. .
K;. K. it. S.; W. (. .West Jackonville, A Card.
After six seasons of enjoyable dtity
1:.: (Key0. a% id, as managr of the Ocala House for the
\ -. (,. I. (.: Heniry Ha-kle, Pel- lianti Sy:ltem,, fate hias that a
-':6, ( G; ( 4. ltrtiing nuist coniT, rendert-ed so OY thv
O l Ti t'.-,hy ,n iiglt ti, Metiioplitaii h;ale tto Mr. J. F. El.,.lI ri.l-'.
I;.",, ,-v, -- : :i .>l' t:ilitn that Mr.. hll ,wtvoi :tiit ltavtr
cl,,. .ln ;;i :-..iil ;! fr,.l .r f Hllt' (),' < il
Oit:l4i, as our *n, i'dl ;tl m y all;Iit --V
I .t '. : l ', ;: *": i o:,,'- i ,: pi'/. f rel:i ti.1i t ,havo t-v' r i ell ( of tli" i -t
tlh.- "d e'" r Ir < ( l, ai l |lu;.s iit iiature.
i.,;:-i. v. t; e Ty <-l ,.vl. It It ., hIowever, gratifyini to know
lh n tit e ,ihali r',nte,.rt h:id tanled tllth t thti hou-. pases ilto the thaInlds
t" the nlew owner with It namile that
ltl 1.!.it a v l(weire>the N list flilln of the the bible says "i!
iivitl.,I To the R1I" AtIIory whre a more to hbe dsi rt(d than great riches "
,u'i,. wat- Livt'n in their honor. My best wish is, that M1Ir. Ed warlds
The hall was brilliantly illuminated will never permit the saMie 'to lb7tar-
lotil with gas and electricity and was wished, and that his sUcess will be so
marked that his investment will
crowded as never before. b sig to Ocala.
prove a blessing to Ovala.
The visiting ladit-- were very hand- Respectfully,
solely gowned and the "gentleman PHIL F. BROWN.
of the old sl:ool" would have envied Ex-.President Harrison Dead.
the grace, the dignity andl tile chiv- General Benjamin Harrison, twen-
airy di-played 1by the Kniights. ty thiird presidentofthe I unitedd States,
T"li. proriiie lilowed twelve dif- died iat his home at Indianapolis,
'lr it (l ul.. i; ,I there w re i:lty lv d Ind., at 4 o',lio(k Wedneslday.
f lrent du -A< ;;II tliere Were i Ulliy '
"x.tras'" ltihrown in ftor ,,oofIl measure
to iMake the fe-tivities rea:ili up I) lthe
O.ala standard, viz: "pire.-sed dovn i
This signature is on cvery h,,x of the genuine
and running over." LLaxative BromO=Qiinine Tablets
The Ocala House orchestra, gener- the remedy that rores t -ol In one d3
ouislv assisted by Mr. Will Day, furn- Clubs of Five.

ished the music, and it was so;excel-
lent as to be the subject of special
comment by the visitors.
Not until 12:30 o'clock was "Home,
Sweet Home" rendered and the bril-
liant hall deserted.
It was the largest annual meeting
ever held in the state and seems to
have been the most pleasant and
harmonious, every delegate seems
to4 have enjoyed his stay in our little
The verii,.t on all hands was that it
was a inos' distinguished looking

It atdjoutrnedl sine die Thursday
night and its nest meeting will be at
Taw mpa.
To-day the Knights and the charm-
ing ladies accompanying them will be
given an excursion to Silver Springs
over the S. S. and W., and as the day
is in all respects a most charming
one we know the trip will be delight-
It Dazzles The World.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. Its
-rovrest tests have been on hopeless

To the friends who will forward us
a club of five cash subscribers we will
send the Ocala Banner a year free!
Terkeeween is the best liniment on
earth. Sold and guaranteed by Ty-
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WE ARE neither
doctors, lawyers.
nor professional ex-
perts in the affairs
of business. B ut
when a customer
takes a notion that
our experience may
be helpful to him,
and comes to us for
business counsel we
are always at his
service. The wo-
men and the young
people are especially





And Domestic

Cotton Seed

I am now prepared to furnish the
farmers of this section with the very
best grade of Domestic or Imported
Cotton Seed for 1901 planting-in any
, quantity. Also Al Fertilizers.
fi RPrices Reasonable

2152inm Ma rnoa St., ) H. Fla.

!, I ;,.i.: i) < Ty! :- .rt
unal" ,3 1 '!. ; .-arrs t .-. eo
%a!sa scrit, may r ~c full in.
formatav r as t. how t. ,,r er by
mail, or get the mot pr ,),JuI.tiv
agency going. Send stamped.
S addressed envelope; will send it
right back. Chrtim I i0r,
SWiStt AAgent, SNew Suyr., Flia.
House for Rent-Furniture for Sale.
Will sell furniture for one-third of
its value, owner non-resident, must
be sold. Address, P. 0. Box 888, or
call on A. R. Toph, over R. E. Yonge
& Co's Plumbing Store, Main St. 2t*




As our buyer has gone to New York and other northern markets to pur-
chase our spring and summer stock we have decided to close out the entire
or the larger portion of our stock of

Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes

......At a Great Sacrisice
=It will pay us better to do 1his tkan to carry the goods over until next se-
son, as we can take the money and space now involved and buy New Goods
for the coming season. Now is the time to make your dollars talk. Fifty
cents will buy one dollar's worth of goods; $2 50 will carry away $6 in goods
from our store. This is no humbug, but a SALE. Come and be convinced.
Mail orders promptly attended to.



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ident bluffs with


Love of home is not shown by going
to the club.
The Seaboard Air Line has recently
borrowed $10,000,000.
A ship building company has been
organized in Pensacola.
Count Tolstoi has been ex-commu-
nicated by the Russian church.
Fifty-eight lawyers have died in
Jacksonville since the civil war.
14 Hung Chang is appealing to the
powers to prevent the encroachments
of Russia.
Hon. Paris Gibson, democrat, takes
the place of Carter, of Montana, who
talked the river and harbor bill to
There is a possibility that exports of
live stock on an extreme scale will be
made from New Orleans during the
present year.
Mrs. Hilton, wife of the late Judge
Henry Hilton, executor of the estate
of Alexander T. Stewart, died in
Paris, March 11th.
The man who has never been "bun.
coed" don't know exactly how it feels;
if he don't all he has got to do is to
ask any democratic congressman.
Queen Victoria received about $120,-
000,000 from the British nation in
payment of her official salary. This
would make about 1701 tons of gold in
English sovereigns, or more than two
tons of gold for each year of her
Mr. Bryan says that it looks "as if
the Nicaraguan cana! project had fal-
len through. The trans-continental
railroads and the McKinley adminis-
tration are responsible. The railroads
were afraid that if the water were
used for thie canal there would nlot he
enough left for their stocks.'"
Mr. Bryan, in his paper, points to
Admiral Sampson as a horrible ex-
ample of the effects of imperialism
and militarism. We cannot have
imperialism, Mr. Bryan says, without
aristocracy and snobbery, and Admi-
ral Sampson is merely "a representa-
tive of the new order of things."
There are still room for cotton mills
in the south. Buying most of its cot-
ton from us Euroije exported last year
cotton manufactured goods to the
amount of $400,100.O00, while the
United States only exported cotton
manufactured goods in the sum ofI
$21,000,000. This suggests great possi.
abilities for the south. I
It were better, it seems to us, if our
navy were not made up of the social
aristocracy, if it be true it is now so
made up. Alas, alack, see how poor
Dewey fell! Then how Hobeon
kissed himself into "inocuous desessi-
tude." And lastly comes Sampson
writing that fool letter, from the ridi-
cule and infamy of which he can
never recover.
The Pittsburg Dispatch believes
there is more "steal" than "steel" in
the recently formed billion-dollar
steel trust. The proportion of "steal"
to "steel," it says, is about three to
one, figuring it out this way: It is es-
timated that all of the properties in.-
eluded in the combination could be
reproduced for $304,000,000, the
amount of the bonded debt. This
would leave the common and pre-
ferred stock all water, "which is an-
other name for steal."
More About the Queen. i

The disposal of Queen Victoria's nu-
merous pets is a matter of no small
concern to the persons who are closing
up her affairs. The late uteen was a
great lover of eats. When the court
moved it wa. atcompanit d by a feline
caravan. There w-ie Persian cats,
Manx rats, Angora cats. rabl,y cats
and n'iionlscripts. and tiihe all trav-
eled in st:ttc. They w tre pl;ad, i iii
WOO-i.IC. lioXt'. -with t(!1-i ,l>t.i wire
front, .iii li : >i. .I .ity *f l-haii straw
to lie o 'ia i-l: .at. of whii.'!i
till, YlH-. I! I t iallv f .2.
aro*unwI its neck an claliaoratet ,,llhar.
on which appear' in -ilver ].itri, r I
Ielong to tlhc (it'nii''."




amount of taxes to be paid the state.
Another is bringing the facilities of
redeeming lands, as it were, to the
doors of those wanting to redeem.
It is also believed that after the ma-
chinery of this bill is put in working
condition that the commission need
not visit the counties oftener than
once in ten years. It is to be paid a
per diem for the time actually con-
sumed in its official duties.
The above bill was referred to Hon.
W. L. Palmer, of Orange, to be drawn
in proper form.
Bills amending statutory laws, fix-
ing a penalty for the escape )f con-
viets; another making it a mi-de-
meanor for log carts, etc., destroying
or injuring public roads and failing to
repair the same, and fixing a penalty
tlier .'r: another mnaking it :a miside
manor aid fixing a pen>ilty t',r in-
jlring or d1'strovini. -ha'ie tr .' with-
i'i the1 r1i lt-,of-".a;y ,f pu, li,' ,t>a ..
w: i- r "' rr1(', i lion. V.. K. Z ;wa:l-
-ki to !i. 1r1ian i'i propI .i'r forii.
Teddy Bit His Lips.


fla1~z L&UI, 341tr.

And evei
The pres

The committee appointed by the ex
- ecutive committee of the Good Road,
Association of the county commis
sioners of Florida, to whom was re
ferred such legislative enactments a:
were in a crude form endorsed bh
said convention, to systematize an(
put in proper form to be introduce(
at the coming session of the legisla
ture, met in Ocala on the 11th inst.
and we are indebted to Hon. H. W
Long for the following details agreed
upon by the committee:
A bill known as the Dickson bill, tc
amend the present mode of assessing
taxes to defray the expenses of the
state and to equalize the value of the
real and personal property of the sev
eral counties of the state. The mair
features agreed upon were as follows
The officials of the state, instead ol
ascertaining the amount of revenue
necessary to run the state government
per year, and securing the same by a
uniform millage to be assessed and
collected upon the real and personal
property of the state as assessed and
valued by the several assessors of the
different counties; that the officials ol
the state shall ascertain the amount
of money necessary to pay the total
expenses of the state, and after ascer.
taminig approximately the total
amount of revenue that will be col
elected from railroads, telegraph com-
panies, sleeping cars and the occupa.
tion tax, deduct that amount from
the amount total necessary to defray
the expenses of the state government
for one or more years, and apportion
the remainder among the several
counties of the state according to the
financial strength of said counties, as
shown by the value of the real and
personal property contained in each.
The aggregate value of the real and
personal property to be determined
by a commission of seven, composed
of one member from each judicial
circuit of the state, to be appointed by
the governor for a term of four years,
and confirmed by the senate. The
duty of this commission shall be to
visit each county of the state during
the months of July, August, Septe'in-
ber, October and November, and as-
certain by an examination of the pub-
lie records of each county, and de-
termine from such examination, and
from any other reliable data obtaina-
ble, the total valuation of the real and
personal property of each county, giv-
ing said county an opportunity to
show cause why such reduetiovL
should lIe made; l ho shall report ithe
same tto the comptroller the first day
January following. The amount sof
apportioned to each county shall he
raised by I-.vy and ase-essment by the.
county colnIIIission'(lls' ()f the several
counties as county taxes arc levied.
assessed and collected, and forwvarded
to the state treasurer on a date to be
fixed. All real estate that is now re-
quired to be certified to the state by
the collectors of revenue for non-pay-
meutof taxes shall be certified to the
county commissioners of the county
in which they are located. All re-
demption of such land shall he re-
deemed from the county commission-
ers of the county where located. The
advertising of the delinquent tax sale
to be paid by the counties, and 25 per
cent. interest, etc., paid upon redeem-
ing to be paid to the counties instead
of the state.
There are other minor details un-
necessary to mention to give an idea
of the merits of this bill.
It is believed by the supporters of
this bill that if it is enacted into law
one of its most salutary effects will be
to remove any inducement by any
county officials to place a low valua-
tion upon property so as to lower the

The PUit Will ase.
Mrs. Margaret J Plant, the widow
of Henry Bradley Plant, listened for
five hours yesterday while John E.
Parsons spoke in her behalf in the
Plant will (cis,, which has been on
trial before Judge Leventritt, of the
supreme court. The questions at is-
sue are as to whether this state or
Connecticut shall administer the
Plant fortune, and alsa as to whether
the will shall be offered for probate
here or shall be allowed to rest undis-
turbed in Connecticut, where it has
been probated.
Mr. Parsons, in his address yester-
day, declared that Mr. Plant intended
to establish a complete hospital in this
city, and had also planned to provide
for several of his trusted employes.
The counsel for the plaintiff also add-
ed that should his client succeed in
upsetting the will she would proceed
to carry out the wishes her husband
had expressed in his lifetime.
It was the closing day of the trial,
which has been in progress for weeks,
and which involves the disposition of
$20,000,000. If Mr. Plant's will is car-
ried out this fortune may be tied up
for sixty or even eighty years.
The estate is now drawing interest
at between 4 and 5 per cent., and,
while at the time of the death of Mr.
Plant, on June 23, 1899, it was valued
at $17,000,000, it has since increased to
$20,000,000. At 4 per cent. the income
is $800,000 annually, and at 5 per cent.
it amounts to $1,000,000. In sixty
years the estate will have increased to
$160,000,000, and in eighty years it will
have mounted up to nearly $4N00,0IN,-











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PLANET Jit. (;IV E 'vCI,.

OF (I'ARL)EN 'TO of olI

C4 A K1IN' S.I ;s pVv:.,


BLUE FLAME 'ilI.. ~ V.~


Hubbrd & Macduff,

Ocala, Fla.


Tlo grow~ I i i t-- %%', I:--1.1.0
iiutat we fimay a- %%#-!Ij
Thl'lter i- fill *tremagl i I ..I I
- iit'ttv:ii #if givimi.'atV.

-t ~t r if4 1v r all *.h1Ifit

lAY a Me

more if ineed Ibc and ;1ul -,.wilI,:, i.
Your istiiuiatcli vI I. %% 1: 1 *W #- -1
ymir bone.,anid sI 'n~m lk-14m'4 ii )4J

Stalls 2 and I I



Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


Prompt and Satisfactory Service Assured Everyone.

lnwtezuma Blek,. 4. k M

V ice Pr1'a-i iit NI oo-eveI ia f cr it
lit 4- o n ly a lu'.ighi iv ':oahl par" ofth'.to


Mr. Plant's will provides for the
payment of an annual income of
$30,000 each to his widow and his son,
Morton Freeman Plant, and then ties
up the fortune during the lives of the
widow, son, daughter-in-law and
grandson-who is now about seven
years old-until the youngest child of
his grandson reaches the age of 21
years. While the tying tip of an es-
tate beyond "two lives in being" is
invalid under the laws of this state,
it is valid in Connecticut.
Should Mrs. Plant succeed in this
present suit in having the probate in
New Haven declared void, the ques-
tion as to the validity of the will in
this state will then arise. Should it
be held to be invalid, and the estate
distributed as if Mr. Plant (ied intes-
tate, Mrs. Plant will inherit between
$(i6,H 0,mit10 anld $7,(MNltio, while Morton
Freeman Plant will get the balance,
about $14,("HM ,y( o
The son, however, does not side
with his mother iin tlhi- dispute, even
though lihe would become many times
a niillionaire by tlie iupitttini of the
will.--New York Hs-rald.
$100 Reward $100,
Th'e readers of this paper will be

pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de-
stroying the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers, that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Southern Mail Train.
The Southern Railway, beginning
February23, shortened the schedule
of its morning train, the United States
fast mail, to Jacksonville at 7:20 a.
m., instead of 9:25 a. m., as hereto-
fore. This improved schedule will
doubtless be approved by everyone.
Mails coming by the Southern will
therefore arrive from the north some
two hours earlier than heretofore, and
this will prove very acceptable to the
newspaper reading public and to per-
sons having northern correspondents.
The schedule also insures connection
at Jacksonville with trains to the
southern part of the state. for both
mail and passengers, This better
schedule is the result of i :ih mail ap-
proprl' nation j- !st made lyv congress for
a continluance of the qut ik tmail sur-
vil'e by the Southerliii lailway.





i KVWARD Bright's disee
diabetes, gravel or other
S eriocs kidney or bladder
Disease is what thr,. ,
Share doing ,"> d, o
know it. You may be one of them.
Are you neg!cctinD that backache,.
tircd-out feeling, dizzinrs or other
symptom of kidney disorder ? The
symptoms of kidne) disease are
many and peculiar-baffling even to
Here is a simple and sure test
which any one may try :
Set aside a bottle of urine I r twehe hoou
If a sediment or settling occalr it ana ure
si*g of kidney disease.
Poley's eKidny Cure is absolutely
guaranteed. You run no r:ik. See
tt y get FPoey's the guaranteed

BANNER SALVE heals a hurts hut Cupid's wouds.


foklom, .%A~ .Rowm -- -1010=.

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Tleredi nt PoionigO
Do (~.~'~ 1itr>C:Lmz%~ Dun't be
!A' becausee ail c~ttz-zal
sthe t *,t r v .'.A:at',,. AIL'.-a
io- .' .ad~id ah &r .yand
N. r -. .h.nonths or v~ and prv
4mnI cureI -to real-'ze wkhvn too lateI
tbat the duisease was onaly c ,vmd up -
me. d.civen fr')m the
R o w R s e ft U2 --e tv la eak
Cal i:.d nctms and cearc-t to
tbem h iv. c, n infecitedloo. this Iol'oh.
@=I h-4.4 ltr no 4) p: Tn s c..
r :'t trit: *.l fr--n' parvzut to child
as t hi Ofit n -. It-ad c re of R I.'urnatism,
a"'LA:irf- .r ,crE~co'rgii niddle
Ids- ar ttrared to Iskmml ,.oisun con-

hItf -T It "''i .:!:r- smolderinag in the eve,
tern f-wever ank1s properly treated aj&.1
dri .ri.. the bevinang. S.S.S. is
aw r t" it 4e for this peculiar v-irus,
fte only r"t cdi. kmmno, that can over-
Come At and urInve ut out of the blood and
ot dw. thim- )t horoughy and effectually
that t Lemism emwe a return of the disease
to emikbirmm or humihame you afterwards.
ewsC- utm101 ood
Paison in any and all
st ages; contains DC
ealto teayk down
SSS vowrconstitutiwon: it is

at the same time lomilds uptegnra
t 1ur litle boocm rn oti-Wious bloc4
pn:o-i.~ a~th. rn4t cotnpletz and instruc-
timp #'*%#r ims d. i: not only te'ls all
tW~il. .- nt aifj h'w to cure
~ .~ .*~It is free, and should
vveti.n -c-kig
cure Sr'


ProcetiEdings of the Board of Public
instrwCtoon for Marion County.

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The Eminent Kidney
Bader Specialist.


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limit of the school levy to at least
eight mills. Be it further resolved:
That this board is opposed to any
radical change in the present system
of examining teachers, and especially
opposed to the creation of a state ex-
arininzi hboar 1 an! a -tate "rralng
tives and senator are asked to oppose
aind work against any law that tonds
to cr-at. 'uch a board and committee.
Treasurer's report No. 2 was exam-
in-d. found correct and approved.
showing total receipts for the month
of $.329.4,; disbursements. $32%9;.3>5.
lialanc, in treasury. 34 cents.
ite:-;ort- and account. amounting to
$-C:77.(,2 were examined, foiml1 correct
and ord.*red p!aid by warrants on icoun-
i ty treasurer.
There being no further llusie'.-s th,
* bin:ird alijourn( V. I). ('arn.ii
After LaSrippe-What?
iI usually a racking cough and general
feeling of weakness. Foleh"' Honey
and Tar is gauranteed to cure the
"frippe cough" and make you -trong
and well. Take no substitute., ,
Mr. GSaltkill o* the Stale Fair.
To the uiditor of the Banner:
Even at this early date the kicker
has appeared, I am happy to say, so
far, in a mild form only. It is to be
hoped that every citizen of the state
will get to know, in due time, the
true objects and motives of the pro-
posed state fair, and all give willing
aid to make it a success. There has
been no move, heretofore, just like
this -totally devoid of sectionalism.
There has been nothing of this kind
among all of the shows, expositions!
and kindred aft-tirs that have been
exploit-d. In two respects it is totally
dilli-rent. Heretofore, then main idea
ia iop attract attention from out- h.i of
tih- state, w hileh the lmin ite& of the
pr. itutr.. of the stat- fair is to aidl
titA- p. -"lit ,'itizen of the state t. get
bettt r r lrtiurs, for hi- lalo r-, arl inl-
tea l .f l.iug directed in tbt aid ot
th, fruii '--rower or the tzu-,ker main-
ly, it i- uow prolo.osed to( aid the s.lidi
*gricultur:al ititi rtrts .f lith .tate, to
I uild up i h" bay. grain and tioti er f oo
froiu-t-., and t-t >hiw their applica-
ti(01 T o ml' i lk- nx L aI f.>* *.r l....r Oltld1

"How many times dcisx'a this make?"
"Fire. It's flial this time. though,
one way or the other."
"Doics she Sny S?
"Oh, she alv. :y-~f.: It*.-fm il. Fm
deciding Jrin2*b t Iij ,w. It's uff for-.
ever ror caidtiq('cot

knouv the c-lor :.4 Lor L:;i. ii-.*. y-. 10 '
W~:iradIt;own. vr A i t'b-1.*nxv ';~r'

ard r, .1. 1 : to
Shz I c n!* l oi .

tita v:. Ia

foar*'.; a xkt. t 'thwir'unor

ouit uV ~h~!i~ .ciitti.;L..- %I un:-
go iisl,.:l

Carif,-T~~h::t t TI I .ii Irowiae 'of.
fere'l too kbz, -nn.
B,_r1La--1*,,-oln't in# ;,-tit'
CarriL- I do. and I toM h iini If 1hesldi
I'd s!ap bhii* .,.fv.
134: :ha'-Ausl What OdlI l ie-say-to t~la~t'
Ca~k- icdidnt't a-* a v.1 r.lie
P.- rilia-Anid you lapp(Al 10.,Net.'!
('a ;ris'-No: to tell tile truth, I Was 'o
flu 'tcredl I forgot all aOuit it.-flo;;t,)
Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism.

,ri s- d-iriar 4f tile \iIoliculor 1ha:,
had occas.jiw to) test t Ive -tliwacY o

th linie 111 ea.,aliirk~Iahle ri -u itt -ill eae'h
efttV. Fi r!-t, -,% ith li t i th u aiui-jit in the
Aii aul. fir, from aw Ii iclihe .uff Tred ex-
.rurnizehiig pifijfor (t-1l 41.1% whivh
wits relieved lwithi twz t) iai5i~of
Pazuu Balmli, rubtlii !the l'irt-i ifft-vtt'd

tion,. 'I'lt milk, butter, beef and and realizing init-';unit b1teietil andi elln-
p,,ark to ft-.-d th.e ,"pl!e of Fl,,rida anl tire r-lief in ;a vtvy -h rt tini,. S. -
Sulh lo nmay the state cani, andit lund, ill ri'iui-natli .r ;i1 h ;i.. i al-
-.oult I.e m ;'alde in Flori(lda, at> i, gelt ni-ii, bor to confer with ln igh- pai:,. wT'.hi h wi a- r'i V i iv t pi.
.i-,r a: l learn the best way' to the-- thing-,. Fruit- and v, r. l-,1 in ril iirmi :at li'ihr, : "i',. ul!>
ar' niice andi Vtry attr:i ''ivs, a, ht lit- fr'" fr:,i piiil. ; i' fuomn th-eir plridu lti ti l:tave MI oni.,ply iI )ru. t',ore. Di
ient-ii and are very alluring. ;,ut it is j
inot a safe, stable Iu-ine-. But I':ik-
ii-, ,.oril hay and othi-r fo.'d ;rduct ghe
t'o i- turnei im.ito m ilk. l.uttt.r, -t;,
pork and poltry i< a -aft f ut lir, C ll To ic
tu-iti:s. and will get letter r,.Dn- y r 1 .
to year, andl just an-. ,goi Lu tt I : "
I.,",f, l,,,r t l.t+ c...n ,. ., 1aa:~ !e better Th n, at. N. '' ''.;: t t vtr;" ;"ii.t!: t ., I :..
., ,-".. .;.-,. ',,'-, ,,.,' Thv Old F i ble

1 stir. :l!: I -,*- \\ '!sa l;:ta '.lsit- i. t ll,!

-il.' i .t i- ; d known wt tlll: 1i, s, F r v frIs. ,
fair \ill l.t. b i0, ,;- th;hin i. ',-rtai, -- I NI '1! I" L.
it will 1,.t i1e aln E,: t,.. inor a ~1 -t, iInor JtT:.t what vyou e!. >1 :d t tih *-.son
a Norti. nor a South Florida fair, Mild laxative, Ni dativ.
whether it Ie held in Tamupa, Jack- Guaranteed b
.. guaranteed bv your s.nvil n or, and it is desired don'tt take any'- ubtiitute. Try it.
that eaclh ecti(oni ring of its prod(iu-t AND $., ,BOTTl.l.-----
whether it be Fruits, vegetables, cattle,
llhg-. sheep, chickens, horses, hay, Prepared by
corn, cassava or punikins. Let every Robinson-Pettet o.
plise' be represented and then let the R O i on-Pettet Co.
j inoI rattd3
I.pel., cf)ome and s-ee what other peo- Louisville. Ky.
ple are doing. It is hol-ed there will
be a fully tluipled dairy there, with
all the improved machinery, and
wagons, plows, harrows, in fact all I SOR H EL
manner of farm implements that can
1le used to advantage on a Florida
farm. Let the phosphate man come, CODGE k CULLENS, Proprietors,
and the turpentine man, the fish iman JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
and the -ponmger. Let us show each
other what we call and learn to im-
prove our methods of doing. WVe largest and Leading Open
want our fruits and vegetables just as
well as we want these other Florida All-the-fear-ROllunld Ho-
products, and we particularly want
every section of the state and every tel itn Florila.
man in the state to feel that this is
just as much their fair as anybody's. I.AP(E SAMPLE ROONiS
We will gladly welcome persons that
live outs-ide of the state, but this fair
is n..t made for them particularly, but R TES 8$?.50 TO -84.00.
to aid our people. When we can
h,)w &i,, :u. -ti fro ur labor the an, j Special rates by the mouth during
--how cood ti-ulls from our labors the '
otlh.r m. 'i!l learn of it and will -
v istI to co'-lit ill -aiid have a share
S. -. va-:k1 all to lay ail 9,eal- ( r e
.,.-,t- atiini pul; togt-ther for tle ,jo,-1 Sillp' S i
of tl. -t.'ilt d foir each other. YEARLY

Blown to Atoms. : : tt- $900
Ti *ol. i' t!a;!t tht l: y Io u i
t '.;- ~I t.1- ( tai ,w t rft.;.,n -. i-' i r a- ,, i t o;
!* 1'!I :- l l Tl .1- X1,1. i fr r. : .. ..
X. I"P;,i.1.1, i

a I II I t k.7 at' 2 1i t II I i i i~ a Ai t.I

all- 7-1..: t l~ "ssa lu 'A- flja tt

:Q al- kIi.rA~lt.()J

"- : 5: e,-f la--., :.
To The Public.
"l i t;;',i:.,,f s 1 Fat; ::i1. t: ('a,.,

They will Ielyouit i&
notaTall disagreeable.
And as a cure for Indiestion,
ConsTipation, Kidney
DiSorders it is un-

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, Spec'l Agts

Our line of hoe si eem to ;,leas,-
everyone who tries a (Come
around and we'll plets yvI,m, too. M.



Having now taken the management
of our stove wood business ourselves,
we name th- schedule of rates below-
One co d (12 cubic feet packed, or 2oo cubic
feet thrown in) i3 o1.
One load. thrown in (65 cubic feet) $r.oy
Silie load. packed in (65 cubic feet) $1.50.
Dclivcredl in town. Cash on delivery.
Parties owning a team, wishing wool for their
own tu e. can get it at the factory at the rate of
$i.: per cr,l. or i cent per cubic foot, loose, or
;*, cents rer cti!ic foot. packed by the load.
().r",, rs ri-'i t t iltei-d at our office by
'PI on.n- N, '. or i.y mail, Box 727.

iNI'O.*' FN F) Rim FlACTO)RY.
0- W. REA,-A,., Agt,



Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


UflililitI !.

ara'lazlof a. i

I .

PIrunls, :A-' 1'i i' ;it i- -',:to c r t'arfe.


,Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works;,

Rough and inishin Lumber, Mantels,

Scho I Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits. Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings,. Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.
Estimates promptly furnished.



G a-ilne sv .I ite

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Choice Vegetables

always bring high prices.

FS To raise them success-

fully, a fertilizer con-

taining at least 8 3

Potash should be used.

reT ^ O)ur books furnish useful information ri
lalTor all subjects relating to
Hcro p raising. They are
R N5.1 93 Nassau Sreet,
hin1k 11rf
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I Iill"AliAs

.-nd Ocala. Fla.


Special Correspondence Ocala Banuer.
Toe stat- fair managLers will doubt-
less get ,ome flue exhibits from this
Miss May Townst,.:ti has jut closed
a. very successful t-rrm of %aork at
Kendrick. She is spending the vaca-
tion with her parents here.
Miss Mary Smith, af'er spending
several weeks in different parts of the
state, has returned here, and is resid-
Ing with Mr. and Mrs. Knoblock..,..
Miss Mary Lindsey, one of Brou-
son's charming young ladies, is here.
Many fine crates of cabbage are be-
ing shipped from here to Savannah
and other markets. The cold weather
gave the cabbage a sweet flavor.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Veillard are very sorry they
have decided to reside in the future at
St. Petersburg. Mr. Veillard came
here five years ago from Baltimore,
and has since that time originated
uaild managed many enterprises.
A siumll colored chill wtn. turijed to
dealli here last wet-k. Htr nmtl Aer
had g. i.e a slhort d i :1l,'vc fr mt i home,
;tilt poll Ir l'lr il!! f, i .'i ',I'n lh ild
l viti ,, i' in1 t14 tard i w i it, l-;ir :i!l
tlurn it ,(-H ;alibi it-; I:1'- i ll :t'! :,11''" !

(l ln" v'%ts hilade p. ,a.'i-,- i9 l.i e
opeun fir-plavf~ and it is 'i-",,- tithe
chili was pllayinla in the fire.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Urove's Tasteless
Cuill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly. printed on every little, shiow-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 4.. .
Fort McCoy.

Special Corri-e';.onf!t c;Icoca'a flatn:.:.
ori;p i; prevalent.
WMis Fl'lrrie $Stevtzi-, of this place,
iq spent! i ig a w :. .i th1: a ie'nl at
Ahlc'i 1-1 loh.i rlh. -f (it 'xi Vwt" ii,'ro

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T"io'" < .t ',. l,.n i:.n-:. i w ill i- 1 t,\V
in op" r.rion (utitiiing twvi;1y thl!,-iiti;Ad
fe'"t of lul ui "r ;a tl-"y.
J. W. StevenV- and 1N. L. MclQuaig
are sun.uiinone'l a- jiirori. to atttetld Iln thie' 1'. i i.ns't.
J. E. Stevpn-iis iand J. L. (Gra;thaian
made a flying trip to Mar-liville and
(Gores ending last Tlhursday.
oR Iloberts, one of the or:anige
growers of Stouth Florida, was vi-iting
relatives and friet-:nd :t Pine iand Oe(ala
la-t w,-ek.
levi (rant!llaili will hIave ,': thn-
l2th in-i to a.'T-, pt ;t ai, ti !n \i!ih
the S,. li, .rdl Air Liti,.
The Best Perscript'on for Malaria
C(' ls (and f'\ver i' a lxIdt.l o1

.iiitply ir<'n iand quliiiinit- ill a l t.>! for 11. N < Orange Springs Items.
The normal ha s jiut cloz-ed its list
week with Iltttering prospects for a
successful term. The enrollment now
includes the following, viz: Misses Ida
Keeney and busie Gates, Anthony;
8tewart Harris, Citra: Mia Frankie
Ross, Gaiter; Adam Brinson, Oxford;
M iss Fay Rodgers aud M iss Clare Wat-
kius, Pulitna Hall; MieJes Leely and
Ada J,'hns(n, mnd Mr. Dan!John0on,
Johlnson: Henry Clements, L. vtn
Farin#ur ut Mi'.s% Ollie Collil I/'la
(Qn'k :n 1 O(rri" Hall of. Orang-v
Ti Lit,.'ary v ,'iti*y l .- Iete tq in-
tain; i< ti'ii th h ,- i li" -',' )l- l ;1 t
\\ ill ; !:tk' o I et-xtr act ivity.
Tii re' li:i t,'t'. i adih!del to I lit v. l'k
itii m :i ri .l of ;i i.::-t;tut', :a con -
pletI e -t ,of i hr ('t, nilisi: En<.el ,iltpe.-
dia ih ia l inaIin al,-(i I ,-to;i for illu-tra-
tion in anatomy. T''hioS taking the
corNinerei:al work are deeply interedt-
The Megga turp,-,ntime still is near-
ing comlpletioli alld ahddl much to the
bu siness like appt-arance of the place.
Mr. R R. Philipps, of Ocala, was
here during the week.
0. M Gale has recently engaged
with Mlegg-1 Brog. as a machinist.
Dr. Thomas and son, of Gainesville,
were here several (lays for the use of
the sulphur springs water. The dece-
tr'- health w.t, nui *h imniprovei.
Stops the Cough and Works Off th

Laixative lrouniao uinine Tablets

always cure I:.

I octor-,! trky Scott's Ellul-
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,.'ei to do their work. If
t i vout will cure it: if not,
',.,u will do no harm.
The way. to cure a disease
i.- to stop its cause, and help)
e b)odv get back to its habit
,I ;health.
\Vbhen Scott's Enuilt-,, (f
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-j-)Pearl St., N. V.
$I .Q. ; all drugIists.

Auction Sale.
On Saturday, Matrch 1;:, 1'11, a.t ;my
oflicein the town of :s,4prr. Ii \il otlf r
for sale thei reitn:ihil-'r of y f.arnniuy
illplenIents and li, i-,-!., i .:r.. in
e!udilig laboui t l' b -t I -*; piir w ine- iy \.;i vii;!: '- 1 '-'. t
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Horse Sl.,ier.
From \W idiw li,v ,.'- ;r, ,;; it
Sant "-,, on lai \il ,:l V '.. ::t h
4th, one sorrel h .ios >. i}i ,,.'" t. ',
white hoof on itll t- i;,t ; ,: in llane
and tail trimmed rie-Vcut'.,, : .:t(k itch
spots on right and left 'id- of backt,
left hip stiff. Any information about
horse thankfully received, and paid
forif it leads to recovery of bhoe.
Little Elsie-"Sister, do you know
what Lent is?"
"i'm ,not sure: Elsie, but I think it's
forty days ,et part in the year for
people to be s>rry for being Episcopa-
No More "Hello."
It -et-.n. that the- "hello girl" is
,i,,ne', Alt aunt, aitti -arrangement
li:la hb ", invte'.t l t< take lher place
;i:l i.s -aid to give ad ilniralle s:tisfae-
Cheap Insurance.
Many a iman ihas len-cii insured
against Bright's disease, diabetes, or
other dangerous ailment by a fifty
cent bottle of Foley's Kiduey Cure. m

Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fdue violins and guitars.
P. 0. Box 6.3, Ocala, Fla. "'-S
NHuler's Fine Candies.
Thse fine goods are now on i sale at
W. M. Martin's New- Stand; also all
the leading papers and magazines of
the iday. Sub-eripriois taken for any

The West Florida Seminary, located
at Tallahassee, recently appointed aI
committee to sel t a yell for one of
the societies of that Institution. The
"yell" selected is as follows:
"Ilackety Cax-Co-ax-Co-ax
Rackety Cax-('o-ax-C o-ax
We're the stuff. Yes were.
Anaxgoreats, HAh : Hll' !Hah!
If this is the result of collegiate ed-
ucation, sensible parents will prefer
the old log cabin schools.-Lake City


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faction in ov.ery particular. WV.
hlave-i fine nasu' .ltment of watch-
es of the' w-t makes. and can
.nit youl iln pripe and (quality.


cl Statistical Volue of Facts and
Figures Containing Ove.'," 600 Pa-cs.
OVER xo,ooo FACTS. I
Th- census of "
3S S 19t0. National,
^ ?. and Sate elec-
.0 -1 fon ieturns..
^ FL4rccnrtt.eso-i2
A erican Frog- S Political d
record of 1903
,^ conventionrn; ,S
ani pfaor- .. ,
Z;,^- An.r: en 1"

S: o :c., nd Ha-
.. :r e :p;o. '.ion in 1900.
,';e : A:)^ th. S-uth African
fv 'C.-m-Arncrcan Exposition
SI j~ i. Ch na-Its present con-
diiion and status among nations.
Roster ot general officers of the
Regular U. S. Army, 1789-1900.

A Political Register, |

Facts that every patriot-
and voter ought to know.

l Standard American Annual.

P vpce Postpaid to any address
25c t THE WORLD,
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We received a shipment of Wagons
last week which it took two men with
a two-horse dray four days to unload.
Pretty good shipment, wasn't it?
What kind of wagons were they?
White HicRory
We bought the White Hickory be-
cause we buy the best wagons we can
find, and we could find none as good
as the White Hickory. They cost us
more than other so-called "*first class"
makes-in car load lots it amounts to
a great deal more. But they are the
best and we must have them. We
have never sold one that did not give
entire satisfaction, and those who buy
them will tell you so.
This was without a doubt the best
assortment of wagons ever shipped to
Oeala. We have every size of one and
two horse wagon ti, and every size of
two anld( four-hor. turp|ifltiue gwir.
\ h\' i we .s:ty (v -ry si;,t- we nne:tii it,
\\ ,i5 'iv, .-.i i iitfiguir .h-s fiere, i .xt
w.,k.. It vi't iP h t,) %our interest t,
h:'-y n;u"r /; I S *of 11w- On(-) lri'es
are a:lw:ay- ri.ghit.
Vi-itots always. w.VIlcottiIe.



Dealers in Mules and Horses, Wagons
and Buggies, Saddles and Harness








LE 7I~s


The Most Luxurious Train In the World. Exolusive Pallln Equlpet.
(Daily Except Sunday.)
Jacksonville to New York, only 28 hra. St. Augustine to New York. only 29 hm.
ro tle east and Normt


Da;i.y e, -.',t Sun:!a'y.
Superb Soi: Pu!lman Train Th-ough to Chicago Without Clhangp
i>,.-.,,::::! e to '.C ii ~.a o, only r1 ho:r<. St.-\ :;.'. ;.: ** .. .. ..r<.
Thr.' ; VIe. tih fed Trains. I'Pulinia Drawinig-roon Coaches. Perfect Dininr C.r Service on all Tra,.is
Tir-: Tr via Southern Rail'tyv .-re Operate,! ini Coinn.. 7.. the
Plant Sy te:i t:n Jack sonvill,-
For Rates, Schedules and Information, call : A. GIVARDEAU, Traveling Passenger Agant, W. T. COSBY. Tra-erlf- Paseag*r Ago&
108 West y Street. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
S. H. HiAROWICK, General Passenger Agent, W. H. TATLOS. l't ** enPaf. Ag.t,.

The plant Sscrn

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lhe Southern Railway. vi;i S;:v;ai, .l. ln* m-
bia and Was.hingtoPI.
'The Southern Railway, via Jt.ul..I Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville. via Mlontgomer'.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & Ahville
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Compmay
for New York, Philadelpia and Iti tBn.

SVia Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trani-
portation Coninpany for Paltinn'r-.

To e1 West and Havana.

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'"Nova Scotia and Prince Edwaitls Island

Via Boston andithe Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Lin-.

Willter Tourist Tikets wal be on sale throughout the -,>niern ,.rf,
Winte T r Ticke tsl ,western and southern States to av lilorida Refte
via the Piant System during the coming season, 19C-1o1. limited to return until May j:t. with
liberal stop-over privileges in Florida. Addresses of parties in the North sent to the unt err-,o0
will be liberally supplied with all information and handsome adwvrtising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reeervations, et., call on or write te
F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pau. Agt., 138A W3 t W ay St.. caonaMvll, M
W. D. DENI AM, ean'l Slpt., W. Wm31I, Pasu. Truift IVr.
SBaanaah, Ga. IBSasah, iAS.

Iti connection with Florida East Coast and Plant System. Schedule effective I :
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Dr. Van Dyke's.. .
RIGINATED in a country whose climate is nl:i ltsui ,: : ,r.
vating, but whose inhabitants are healhy :anl -r,: ir i,.
wonderful suev-, ss of the Hollandpl-i4 i trium..iin.t IiT t.
obstaclesof nature, and their record .;s one f tb, lir,-t.
blooded and most vdlorou, phYsically and, f all rw in.
prove that. they understand taking care of them.w'lv,''1 1 1"- high.
est standard of all their remedies is Dr. Va lyke's* Nollaed iters.
Pleasant, healthful and invigorating. |.sed with ef,.a,.y iii, a.
of Dyspepsia, Constipation and ail ills due to a or ,ur
Stomach. It strengthens the stomach, tone thei nerve ani stirtau.
latest the appetite. It Mas oe e1ual as a eaeral Teels and iW aer.

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The ibt. i'roft-pw iklm asie was sb.
glty44-void of all wmme of buntwr.
g" 2.f.or slavicwell. 1w kmewwfar
100"ll. 141t Itig le, aiies-t (of icdenIan-
.,I& laot- 4;.l q. ou~t,.A. 1Atirg Itese

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~ *.'I 'A nti4the ::. girslature
awl va ..* oLaugiiag firv..
fo ol. s I'rv'ft-.,mor HiuwW.'al.. then
p4,o.! =uju iviItt~ivi '-alql to Mr'. Tom
U*ilt. -,qa.! .' tary o"f the twearalof
S'I r o'..rta'. wht l'is the
eut '", Iv. ' .lnw~l1,111 now
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~ ~ ~ ~ i- tjc-m *.. 85IO of kwu4*nig
ftt i3 1t iw ibqja.urv. lout I have

all 'It 1 nnug LnowhAple (of this
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k..'..fl,. all! :1.Ho..c!i,l mck Ocala. Fla

-im res.., e..R linab-le
The Iecan tree nol only bears one
of he mot delicious nuts, but is one of 1Quotatlo n
the most hardy trees that grows in the
fouth, and makes as flue a shade as COUn
the elm and maple and no family
should hbe without a few trees. It That's the kind I sen
would pay the town authorities to do Thats the kind 1 sent
wouldhe Fthe town authorities do, plat By a careful study of the r
as the Freh authorities do, plant I a able to tell within a
nut-bearing trees on the sidewalks margin te condition and
Margin the condition and
and get a revenue therefrom. A tow, of products from one w(
that would this year put out a thous- another. That's why I gi
and tret onu the sidewalks at compar- tee quotations When yo
actively small cost would, in teu year, me, your stuff is sold at
get ani annual return of at least $500.00 quoted, or it's my loss.
:ntl cat-h year timere would he an in- trial shipment.
easee until the income would reach
front three to five thousand dollars E.1 L. GRO ~
annually. Enough to more than pAy E. L- GRO '
all taxes of an ordinary size town. Wholesale Commission M
The trees do well planted in cotton
atnd corn fields, and farmers can cul- 519 P,,lk St., S. F. & W. Si<
tivate the lands in crops of corn and TAMPA .- - FL(
cottou until the trees get to bearing,
and after they commence bearing a
farnmtr with ten to twenty acres has
a -small fortune in hia pecan and don't .
ned to plant cotton and corn. It
is hardy and stands the cold weather
anywhere south of Maryland. At
Pinebluff, North Carolina, there is a
company that makes a specialty of
growing the young trees for sale, and
we advise the town authorities and all .
readers of our papers, to write the
Pinebluff Grape & Pecan Company,
Piebluff, N. C., for circulars.

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W'ndow and Fancy Glass A Speciality
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ard thereby save

OMcc and warcrooms, Kinui apPosite Cit
street .



F. P. Thagard. Tax Collector, in Account with
Marion County--90o Taxes. March 5
County Schools -
Uncollected. on last report ..............Szco 62
Treasurer's receipt................... .......o..... 63 o
Balance uncollected. .......................5.... 2ot7 72
County Proper-
Uncollected. on last report .......... ......... $ ., A 4 o
I Treasurer's receipt ........................... 3S 90


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Balance uncollected .............................. sx.. S o
County Roads-
Uncollected, on last report ............. :c;t6 20
Treasurer's receipt .................... 5o10 86
Balance uncollected ......... ............. 905o 344
County Fine and Forfeiture-
Uncollected, on last report ......... ....... f .o 10 2
Treasurer's reeeipt ................................. 212 6o
Balance. uncollected ............... .......... .. ..t7
County Buildiung Fiiud-
Uncol'ected, on last report .. ........... ,
Treasurer's receipt......................... o 30
Balance uncollec ..ed........ 3 ....... (
Licenses collected ........ ........ 67 50
Treasurer's receipt ............. ........... 67 o
Pol. taxes uncollected, on la-t report ...$ Extras collected ...... .... ..... 00o
Treasurer's receipt ............. 140 0o
Balance uncollected ... ............ .......S 2F29 00
Ocala Sub Road-
Uncollecttd, on last rt-eprt.................. $ io62 87
Treasurer's receipt ......... ................ 126 94
Balance uncollected ............ ...... 9 .- 5 93
Ocala Sub School --
Uncollected, on last report ... ...$ 2104 56
Treasurer's receipt................................. 53 87
Balance uncollected ..... ..... ......... 5 i5o 69
Mclntosh Solub School-
Uncollected, on last report............ 3 337 11
Treasurer's receipt ....... ............... 3 30
Balance uncollected ....................... .....$ 3 St
Belleview Sub School-
Uncollected, on last report..................... 14 65
Collected ....................................... 9 75
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and by virtue of a certain final decree of
foreclosure entered by the Hon. Wm A. Mocker.
judge of the Circuit court, on the tith day of
February 1901ot in a certain suit in equity pend-
ing on the cnancery side of said circuit court for
Marion county. whereiu the OCALA BUILDING
& LOAN ASSOCIATION was complainant and
H. MORTON and S. S. SAVAGE, as co-paittin
under the firm name of OCALA CIGAR BOX
FAtTORY, and W. W. FEi.TER were defend-
ants, the undersigned special master in chan*
cery. appointed in and by said final decree to
execute the same, will, on
Monaay, Ap; i z, A. D. toor.
be ween the hours of i ia. m,. and 2 p. m., on
said day, in front of the court house door in
Marion county. Florida. offer and expose for
sale at public outcry to the highest and best Lid-
der for cash. subject to the approval of the
court, the following described laun s, situate, ly-
ing and being in Marion county, Florida. to-wit:
Commencing at the northeast corner of lot i, in
b!ock e). Old Survey of the Town of Ocala, ac-
cording to the plat recorded in the clerk's office
in the public records of said county, thence run-
niTig -onuth 592 feet. thence west to the eastern
boundary lire of lot z of said block, thence
north 52',. fet. thence east to the place of be-
ginning: And immediately after the sale ofsaid
land at the court house door as aforesaid I will
proceed to the premises above described, and
will then and there offer and expose for sale in
a like manner and on like terms, the following
described personal property situated in the
building on said land, to wit: One 2o-horse
power engine made by the Erie City Iron
Works, two nailing machines. twa circular saws
and tables, two trimming machines. two print-
ing presses made by Lazenby & Co. type for
same. and the entire outfit constituting the
plant of the said Ocala Cigar Box Factory, in-
cluding all shafting, pulleys, bands, bolts fix-
lures and attachments on said property above
described on the 14th July, t93., said lands and
personal property being sold to satisfy said final
decree and costs of court
Special Master in Chancery.
N M. Allred, Sol'r for Complainant. 31


el and by virtue of a certain final decree of
foreclosure entered by the Hon. Wm. A. Hocker.
judge of the Circuit Court. on the nith day of
February, A. D. 1901, in a certain suit in equity
pendingon the chancery .ide of the circuit court
for Marion county. wlhert-in the ()"ALA BUILD-
INC. & LOAN ASSOCIATION was compla;iant
and, PIKRY l. NU; ENT. as lihrill of Marion
cji ity, I lorid.t andI as s'w-h administrator ex
o.cci, of the (qt'ta' of Willlm.i Bethe. deceased.
.id A. BETIli: and I':. K RICII wN-ere defeund
:''. 'h' andcr'-i'rmntd .--;.ci .1 ii. :,.tcr in chan-
,' ary ;!pi-oittcl ri a:'i ".: *,.T.,l f:nal t! .rr.e to ex
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