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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: April 12, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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maioletwiile lmitie a-sy thoy were the
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An Old Ocala Banner Subscriber.
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A Good .-i:aowir~g.


Easter Services.

IaI t-rma ir % (Of I I 4 re i rra 4-1 i4 s! i woarnl if
I-u (u,4'111 i-t, attl jrtprliatt. aadfle itaitm !
atjemtaail- i-al c %ta' at- he lt ld in tall
the .-hurvlwsh,,i-ath lis viay.
Iw'v. Ni. I ;r-tiy, #)f 'lhe FIli'eob11tt
c-hurc-h preacthed'a a nmst bieautiful
s-rnton to it large and appre-ciative
camaugregation, his" subject, of course,
heiteg the "Resurrection." The
church had been teasutifuuly dea-ora.
ted by the ladies with E-ater lilies,
cula liliesaund niher lovely flowers.
In the afternoon the children of the
Epi-copmI uiiSuday mchimil held their
annual Easter carnival.
Iua thme 3ethelieatj 'chura-h, which
had been aiiturned itin &tto iob'w4r p' pota
[l.'t il -a i-lt it a-u t ti e atr--, U v. Item'a'. ir
fu i I, t ep- ; .tor, pji-t---lie. i.tla mot n-t*-!I)-
aj~a,-~r a---or 011,i
l1Pa'fp! aa a-had--a. a'c-l IN -V A, j '%VaI I-

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taiketi at id thit- .1.ria,-i v t-re a.-er.

T'it' tisu-il seri-nb-s-awore Ste-1tt in d[he
4-hurL-he-a Mtintlay taiiilh.


E.a:ter Dinnter at the Moiutezuma.
ve vlie I II 'I 4'~~aat t i~: a l~l-
I jj~II e*!.j teal E~o r ill :t waa''-'

h- ;:2v :t fit-- E-:.,ter dillnet ..
qI vs,1, 41 ) Itit itI'r,-41I a itaiiP~ t t itj( sIM lei w-jI
i-ii-I sw nerly all we-re aecelot-A#.
The *re_,l,.ter Msha)Wv lhit.tail Iawinig

Al. Ei=el and wife. (ien. Robert
Bullock awl wi're, Get)a. A. Noash and
wife, It. It Bullock and wife, P'. H.
Nuicezit, E. C. All.-i,, (larlet .4 1-ytse-r,
Wire aud (12uichter, E. P. Thagarul,
Mrs. 1'. P. Thugard, It. C. Thav.ard,
bill imti Tia.aru, Lucy Th:tugard, El.
wit Thaz.t4 rd, 'qotgilie and M1rs. L. 11.
Miller, L. .1. Itrultihv, (jei. W. I)svna
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ii. (. E iurlmati, ArdisWiiurn'a 1i1 I,
Dr. J. M. Tbmauj,%eon, Mrs. J. B 11-11,

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th~ MNoa ,, Mr. tint 1 Mr. II 4 '
jo es t1P, It 4 'urra ill awl t wire, liti.-~It

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S'i' :aiiaat al wi&mre, %r s 4 ~ V' 1, 'r *iti r.

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WI f.ja Ft~g 4 i. -W. r liio-, lt
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Magnlia pri~g'. parlit- Wa-

IcedTea oipi Min
At the hour of hIrte h dnn


Your


I Invitation!


If you have never
haid any dealings with
us. please consider this
an invit ition togiveus
a trial.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
SIbAKERS
, OOALA, FLORIDA


(2'zt-irt v i .*. ai~tt iat Aj ,4 a r eat (the
aa~. %~a~55~ it -v' caaa.t-vo-eit em hrnitithw
l~iZ'. lit ~I-V a'aat i-'s w till Itoe g resat


latch-en Tables, $1 75
Kcato Safes, S.3 90.
Chairs, 50 cts. oft.

g ik 1,iaI;.411taS. h- 4 lt i lilvital
willI 11,.a 't-. t- -sap.-aof oar
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Tai loring


Fiitest I Inpor!te am ~(
D)omtestic Cloths...


Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaranteed.


BAD COMPLEXIONS!

Dry Thin and Falling Hair

and Red Rough Hands

Prevented by



CUTICURA SOAP
M'- ;--. L'- U.e CtTlncra. SOAP, assisted by CULTICI'RA OITr-
:.'. :,r ;-;-x-:, :. puriyin. and beautifying the skin, for c-eans-
I C .) ..cap oi cr-:s, sc.1ies and dandruff and the stopping of fail-
in hair, f,.r ,ft.ein, .whitening and soothing red, rough and sore
1 1 as. in tiie ;ur;n of hat:hs for annoying irritations, inti mriations
irnd ciiahn-:s. or to- ire.: or Offensive perspiration, in the form of
\,a..-.-. r u,-.rat'*. we.aknesses and for many sana'ive antisep'ic
i. '. -.3 ic: r a. i.y s;ug ;et themselves to wumen, and especially
t ) *a r.i, r.!:d ior all the purposes of the toilet, b-.th and nursery.
.i -:. o: ur )nas n can induce thoe who hive once used it
S *:. _:- c sp-c ally for pr -ervin, a!n 1 purifying tih: skin,
S' A-.:" o: in tts and chi:drcn. CinTi'RA S OAP coiitbtnes
.. .. .:::. r. .'ts derive-d from Cuit-i_''R A, ti ,-- gr s-. t skin
S. a' '.. L- ; ; ..: cf (. :,-" t in rTed:t erts a.;l ti.e inost r-f]aL-,h-
.- -, ". r *77.- -',/ m.rAn e 'r COn-i ncOun -:ed. is


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CMa ght a Dreadful Cold.

Mar~uioto Kook"-, litl ,44 sa.-r her T1. .
Tfiq mill jisoo, at large- i 'Upartem- ot 1111t
anit i -nr 'mit 1G5 's %i tatukiat.avenlut,
4 'tn!jW1a4) s-ys: [)uri aiag L'ae I-te mat--
vetre We-alhe-rI a-au~iL a drtadfului otiS
witiet k4ptlile- atwa-ke- at fliightt atal
1111441tiet. o (ill 1c):tt'ell4 toteilly3'work
a airing the Jayv. (-)it- of may miiiiitars
Wass ti.k iin 4 'minmi Lerlaiia". 4 'ought
R.-ait-tie.for a sevt-re cai-ltiat that i out-
whtit-li ma--tint-el toam relieve ther si a,(juImti-k
l.V itiii I to'-'ititlt i-41f- ai. eror myself. It
i h 4 .t e .I lik e III t aJ I. t'A d I f .eg ari ta( ) i la -
jiroi'--z at aitiat. c olu 1Ae it-eiicVy


aft. Avar i. 'ale ilpaol y' 'I Preat! !Q we.. it
Old Advertisers.
TIhe fi rmita o 4 a S. If cakor u ial
nav -' ef 4It 11-1 10 11 1 4, 11)t v f it. 4.
a ~ ~ ~ a -'ealjatfr'- at-rt ai 1,4h th4
Peaak 4 1 ho i. It,)- a I i IBt, af'a--C,:,iiol I re
it u baj-a IMe o*i't-'4 at'S va-#rt i-a-rs i n


tmt Pkir- of oaars-, aial i-.Iat o f In t:y
am! ter inew-jiapem s or lthis sta te. int I
firn m bvii~v, s il jrititer's ink, atid
athremaigh its :ai'l Iimt'Imaill iltpK'avpry Ilit
i -ra-ai ve a rmat-.-* iri iir tilit- t 'a.'--n I '
yars they-v Save liet-u 551mareatsr-a f
A 4' Wive yt1 to Iezir of tiltlie I o
t-e4tIjlljilit 11,111" 14,41-14-11 :atttizila-St f thtit.
4.41 4-ei-t-erfiesll r a-. nmal at-id i l. InI
ta I vitail aor A-w-tai im ,r-, awhaitm)are i it
if (I at oaf Ilau i tis gi ia&aait eni
mm4 4t owil faas ija-tiion isa thc-door
alhr'.azinch WhichIt llaliv Eof tthea- !-t'ruS
jilis of OwItt. helV:ire:Amid't it~-ft. Ti 1
04*eal-a1 a ait il.-t- o 1i kIlv :.4i Ivi '.
w-.ill a-u re ;itid 41r.-a-ave I his dati,-,i rri-a4% mz

Sitoire, spt.1iid i zgelits. 4-1-
Ocala hiltts a. *erchmm taonly thirteen
years old. He a srunaning two matures
muccesafully.


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THE OCALA RANNFR, APRIL i2, 1"t.


You Want


Good Shoes

Everybody Does
We have in stomk
now the best men's

One Dollar
AND

A Half Soe
r brought to Ocala. The stock is
: prime satin calf, selected for ser-
Ve. The soles, inside and out, and
e counterm are of solid, one piece
sle leather The elastic in this con-
pIm style ie guaranteed by the mak-
ers for eighteen months.
YTIr Price I
Yer Opporut.ay.

J. M. NEELY,
T U 8B- AND cAT a M a
merchants' IBlock. Ocala, Fla.


Colonel W. N. Camp, of Albion,
W. M. Ross, of Fort White, Capt.
JobU L. Ingli", of Port Inglis, A. S
Anderon, of Hartshorn, Geo. F
Dittmar and child, of Floral City, all
engaged in the phosphate business.
wre guests of the "Ocala" last Wton-
day.
Steps the Co gh and Works Of the
Oold.
Lmative Bromo Quinine Tabletsi
core a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 25 cents.
Mr. Jean Detleer, secretary of the
(Central Phosphate Companuy, has
moved his headquarters from Ocala
to Mount Pleasant, Tenn. Mr. D. -
Beerisa genial, companionable and
pleaant gentleman. Those who
were fortunate enough to form his ac
qualntance here regret bhis departure
very much.


We have added a hearse to our un-
dertaking department and will be
pleased to serve the citizensof Marion
and Alachua cooties and our com-
munity at a very modern tt charge.
8. H. BENJIMAN & o.,
3 1 3m Micanopy, Fla.
The Woodmen of the World held a
meeting Tuesday night and decided
to have a picnic on the 255th at Silver
Springs. Everybody is invited to
attend, and take their baskets The
arrangement committee is Messrs. Z.
0. ftmblim D. Moody and E. C.
lith. The basket committee is
MIm. M. Handlesman, C. H. Dame
and Allan Rdger.
A Teo-m oe Free OMd taglad.
"I consider 41hambariain's Cough
Remedy the best in the world for
bronehitias," says Mr. William IAvory,
of Warrington, England. "It has
saved my wife's life, she having been
a martyr to bronchitis for over six
years, being most of the time confined
Io her bed. She is now quite well."
"dd by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
atre. m


so


OUR GREAT SCHOOL INTERESTS

Proceedings of the Board of Public
Instruction for Marion County.


(oraICIAL.i
OCALA, FLA., April 8, IlW1.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county mut Apri.
8th in regular session with the fol-
lowing members present: G. 8
Scott, chairman, B. R. Blitch and
B. I. Hull.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved.
The election returns for creating a
special tax school district, h-eld at
Pine Level the 30th day of March,
were canvassed. Said returns showed
five votes in favor of creating special'
district and two against creating dis-
trict, One vote, being illegal, was
thrown out by managers of election.
On motion it was declaredl that the
territory as advertised in a petition
and voted for at said election accord
ing to law, is hereby created a special
tax school district. It was further
declared that R. D. Stokes, F. B.
Turner and J. W. Morrison, having
rte- lived the highest number of votes
for trustees, are elected to serve as
trustees for the said -pecial tax .whool
district for the next two ensuiniE
years, and it was further declared that
a majority of the votes cast was for a
three mill levy on all real and pprson-
at property in the territory of said


district.
A petition was brought before the
board, signed by one-fourth of th,-
qualified voters who pty a tax on real
or personal property, asking the board
to call an election for enlarging the
Ocala special tax school district. Af-
ter asserting that said petition bad
been published according to law foi
four consecutive weeks, it wasordered
that an elee'ion be called, to be held
on the 14th day of May, A. D., 190)1,
for the purpose of enlarging the
Ocala special tax school district, and
to elect three trustees and to fix the
millageof s-id proposed district.
The superintendent reported that
the schools of Maysville, Weirsdale
and Citra were now having petitions
advertised to bring before the board
the first Monday in May, asking the
board to call elections to create spe-
cial tax w.hool districts at above
named places.
The treasurer's report was ex-
amined, found correct and approved
as follows:
Balance from last report ................ ..4
Received from J. B. Whitfield redemption
of lands. ................. .......... .......... (') 23
Received from W. H Reynolds. taxes on
G.G. t. R. for 16)9.................... 224 ,(
Received from Mclntosh sub-district.
money refunded. .. 43.-7
Received f-om E P Thagard. polls S99 3r o
Received from E. P. Thagard. polls igoe 281 no
Received from E. P. Thagard Co. levy
of aguo................ ........................ 3352.23
Total Receipts .........$ 3974 33
Disbursed during month........................ 3974. 3


Balance : in Treasury .................... .0o
Reports and accounts amounting to,
$2.61 67 were examined, found correct
and ordered paid by warrants on the
county treasurer.
Also reports and accounts of Oealb,
special tax school district amounting
to $999.00 were ordered paid by war-
rants on the treasury.
There being no further business th,
board adjourned to meet the first
Monday in March.
W. D. CARN, Secretary.
Don't you need a corset? We have
the kind that don't lreak. M. Fishel
Blitchton.
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
Professor Strozier is in Tallaiaassee
where he will remain for the next
two months.


It is reported that J. L. Chance and
family will move from Blitchton,
shortly.
Wiley Willi-, with his family, has
moved away.
The Don Hazel mine has added a
handsome dummy engine to haul
rock teo the washer.
One thing ye scribe would like to
kunsw through the columns of thb-
llnni-r, and thlt is how nmuch, i,
any, of the .1Martin road west of the-
Orala and Ar-'her r,:ld lhas '.-,* il.-
iuaiided"?U NcO.


coNSTIPATION
Is the ROCK-that WRECKS man4
lives. It brings in is Train bodil evils
that slowly but surely desiroUq health,
strengthh and cheerfulness.
TO REMcVE THIS CONDITION TAKE
a V1U1 FNlN A s11.L


Spri ,


ng Humors WAGONS! A0K1 IIAWKES


of the Blood
Cor'e t.i a 1 ir .e .olry of Vr! ,,.
Proib;ily 7d iwr ccimll. of th, '. are
curentt \ ,r y ier liv ,I.< rillhi, :?ii II !-v l 1j1.. Iy i ;:tw iv,'rli. e-
ni'ut to c(t Ihe ofth'r 2.''- 1pr ent. to
take this reat. Spring 1,!i-iine.
It will shar'fwn your apeilHite, cure
all stomach troubles, relieve that
tired feeling.
Its strength as a blood purifier i
demonstrated by its marvelous curesof
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Scald Head BoUl, PImplee
AN KInds of Humor PsorialS
Blood Poisoning Rheumatism
Catarrh Malaria, Etc.
All of which are prevalent now.

HOOD'S

Sarsaparilla
Will do you a wonderful amount of
good. Be sure to get Hood's.


New EsIlaad Yomaiaters.
One of Detroit's lawyers. who has
had such professional success as en-
ables him to spend a portion of each
summer in a quaint New England sec-
tion, brings back some very interesting
facts.
"I take my outing in one of those
parts." he says, "where the farms are
so run down that you can't hope for a
good crop of anything unless it bi'
beaus or goats. One of the conse-
quences is that the young men have to
find some other part of the country in
which to make a living, and I'll wager
that there is not another community in
the Union where the average aite is
higher.
"Knowing me to IxK :m lawyer, some
of the residents called me into a con-
ferene, about the township treasurer
who had been guj#ty of advancing a
teacher $2 on her salary without the
consent of the trustees. There was not
a man there except myself who was
not past 8". and two were over M.
"While I was making a talk in favor
of the treasurer and trying to minimize
his transgressions without offending
the selectmen, as they called them, a
man of at least 6.5 slouched through the
door and took a scat.
"'Just a minute.' said one of the old-
est veterans as he interrupted and
glowered at the intruder. alloww often
bave 1 quoted that there quotation to
you Iout old lmen for council and
young men for war? This is a council.
Now you just run out till we .-t
through, Willie. If there's any n'rest
to he made, we'll call on you.' And
Willie went without turning a word."
Detroit Free Press.
Fiudliag Dayn of the Week.
The prematurely aged young man
whose duty it Is to get up The Rec-
ord's "Answers to Correspondents"
column says that queries of the same
nature always come in bunches. They
seem to be epidemic. Just at present
a great many people seem eager to
know what day of the week they were
born on. and it keeps him busy figur-
ing the dates out. lie has a system
which he uses. and for the benefit of
others who may be in search of like in-
formation it is herewith given:
For instance. tak'- Jan. 15, 1S68. A
man born on that eiate_writes tob know
what dlay of the week it fell on. In
order to ascertain this divide the fig-
ures representing tl,:- year by 4. reject-
ing th- remainder, if any. To this.div-
idend and quotient add the number of
days in the year to the given date. in-
clusive. always reckoning 28 days in
February. Divide the suinm y 7. and
the r'maiinder will hb' the numhb'r of
the diy of the week, 0 signifying Sat-
urday. Here is the illustration, taking
Jan. 15. 1808:


417
Number ot days to Jam.. 1.............. 15


Thus, hy this calculation, which is in-
fallible. it will Ie seen that Jan. 15,
18NS. fell on the lifth day of the week,
which is Thursday.-.Phil:ml.lphia Iv ord.
Thrifty.
A Canadian miiinister had just ruar-
ried a couple. Tlie registers wev.-e
signed. and niothil:. riimiaii:.nd but the
giving atmi taking ,,f tih' fe.v. The
blridlegr>nai. a strappin:ir. yiouner fellow,
ask<'d:
"IIow Imueh is it:"
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We received a shipment of Wagons
last wtek which it took two men with
a two-horse dr4y four days to unload.
Pretty good shipment, wasn't it?
What kind of wagons were they?

White'Hickory
Wagons.
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
I more than otherr so-called "first elam"
makes-in car load lets it amounts to
a great deal more. Bat they are the
best and we must have them. We
have never sold one that did not give'
entire Hatlsfac'i-n, and those who boy
them will tell you so.
This was without a doubt the best
assortment of wagons ever shipped to
Ocala. We have every size of one and
two horse wagon, and every size of
two and four-horse turpentine aear.
When we say every size we mean it,
We will give sizes in figures here next
week.. It will be to your interest to
buy your wagons of us. Our prices
are always right.
Visitors always welcome.


STANDLEY,

CRANFORD

& COMPANY
Dealers in Mules and Hors-s, Wage
and Buggies, Saddles and Harness



BENUS' BAKER


THE STAFF OF LIFE


Asmnade here is -pure, clean. whole
some and nourishing. We have bui
up a reputation on the quality of *READ
And we take particular care that nott
ing shall detract from it. The be
Ilour, prepared by skillful hands i
clean, well ventilated room-* and pei
fectly baked in modern ovens, give
our customers bread unequaled eve
by the very best home made article.

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Established 147.

rhese Famous O laa" for saw by
DR. WM. ANDERMOW.

Eyesight Tested Free.


G. A. N ASH


Has a Ne~w Lint, -f


LADI ES


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Henriettas, Black Crepoa

Lace Curtains, and other
Furnishings,
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Ladies' Undervar,Et&

Everything Will H. SoldI Wq
Down For.C ash.
New (eoods Jinig Ref-ivTJ
Weekly. Giv. us arCall
and bN Convinced
That our Prics,
ars' Right.
G. A. NASH,


3CALA


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l a py bam.. an.; ri **
Serve a palatible. r'-.-' or
.%iw if tb~ are not prtn,,rriy
baded blefee ley resrb the
kitebe. Ow Malls at tiew .mi
market a well suppiNi wawo
tbeapplianeas for pr TpIT eCa
ing for fresh moats. We s- vW
Fresh Meat, Poultry. V eg '40
and all kinds of Country PrT uwe
to aay part of 'VwO city.


J. W. DAVM,


Pure,


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GET !A WATCH
That can be depended
upon. Get one from us if yes
want one that is a reliable time-
piece, and that will give sati
faction in every particular. We
have a fine assortment of watdh-
es of the best makes, and c98
suit you in pr*e and quality.

A.. E. BURNETTo


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OCALA. FWXIDA.


FUNERAL


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The belief that ( liumph of good over evil has twen
Wne Inspiration of the great and good
e* every age, whatever may have been
the formalereedsof men. It has been
the trust in (od's love, and the final
Victory over all evil, that has enabled
men to endure the slings and arnows
of outrageous fortune-yea, that has
enabled them to sing praises to Uod
while the martyr's lime wrapped
theU as with a garment. It was this
assurance that God is wise and good,
and that sometime the men who per-
secuted and killed him would come to
know their wrong and turni to him,.
thatenabled Jesus Christ to endure,
to trust and wait; it was thim hope
that those men would not sometime
be everlastingly punished, but would
sometime love Him, that gave voice
to the prayer for their forgiveness. It
was this hope of the salvation of the
human race; that His sutff-rings were
not in vain, that he should see the
travail of his soil and be s'atislied,
that enabled him in ihe ianrden to
pray that His Father's will. not Hii..,
be done.


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'IThe lnpaer "Of the People. tor the People and bv the People."


OCALA, ILORIl)A FRJDlAY. AP1U1 2 IJtI


DOLLAR A YEAR.


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%r .wilreamod fw-otauramtmtak"

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A PROMISING ENTERPRISE.


Ooala Proposes to Erect a Sugar Re-
fining Plant.


Foar tit- purtirl~ f encouraging the
growth of s*ugt r cone and manuufac-
turing the product into retained sugar
and syrup, we, the underoigned, agree
to forna ourselve- into a chartered
company under the laws of the state
of Florid*, to be known as the Florida
Sugar and Sjrup Refiesiag and t an-
nitu Company, whoee headquarters
and loreatimn hall be at Ocala, Marion
county, Fla.
And for the purpose of supplying
sufllesent capital, both for a basin of
credit and means to successfully con-
,lut aid tiumiiieis, we agree to and
ldi, -ut.-,rmt. for the number of shares
-.t >tihoo-ite, ,our re-.-p active names ofr
the i- ar va1luse ,f onie huitdred dollar-.
We furtlh-r :.gree that .si soon a-.
O't( -liar,-. ar tih*. tiin of f.' e lthous-
:, ; ,ll:tr-, -liall have i,-,-li sids
-r10 ** wt-* Aill a! l| a iea etigi of sIaid
Sit.f litir-e f., tIhi- purlipo.. of foituingi
%*i t a'jii ,%.y ::- f.fr-:,ii| atndt -lecttlim a
.*I t.-r :. :,l -u. ,fli, -I' rsT a- ie. n,-,-
S .... tiy t. ,'t.e- l--(ully 'oidu 't ":id
I. *iia
I The- caltai of said company shall
1t* tren thousand dollars with the privi-
lege tof incre.-ing it t.o one hundred
thoi tnsi.td olllar. oir more.
It for*- any Ione .shall Ie entitled to
vot. for directo,r s ten per cent of his
or her -ui,-.rslpioun hall tbe paid in,
anlt a vote given with legal rate inter
e-t for balance pa3:t'le illn quarterly
i,--tallweint.d (of not numore than twenty-
tiv.- a-r cent- at #oue time.
T ri. wil not d*-h:ir those who pire-
f'r 1:ayinti all ca-h.
1' ,- :'-. uiiAtei-too I a1t111l we agree

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S.i '- -. i'* tlti i .I't!\ .-to! k aivialel(ld
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liwt 11larlvt' For ah'la y the Aniti-
Mfoneqeloy lDrug Sttore. m
A Wholesale "at House.
We.hJawl a 1iles4it''gt call this week
trom Mr. J. Ksiz, tformerly of the firm
of -% m'nijatimiiinawlt (co., of mieatnopy.
Mr. Kv/ 'ihiss severed him connuec-
wti Araa ilt that liritr and will on the
fir-t to( May' go lats'itisnesiniJack-

a'lit.1141ofrXI iiiiz.-st a s'siram10'nY to lie

I.-Il I ante1 will ."t-11126h1tsoysvWharle'sale'

lla't trmt ,'iitor4s M. RI, ouhe,
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I it .s aIili ef* Ova laaar'" s(f tlri'-
a= t'It~titr tt i! ark- anaatwilr i telio in
rt. ;. 'grt-- *.f*I t1w ss.rslahl
Ulii u-' a.'t'#1rm i tt- altar 1st w tis~hesb

Food Changed to P3ison.

atls = ii-. -lik-o- iibe-e' ato ar!- nta l ou Itt
lDr Kirtir" Nv% l~tt' Pill expo.lttle-
a t i I t u t s a r I ~ e t r i a i ~ t 1 1 : 1 1 1 4 1 1 ,i
t~iaau'iie, .k htr-adaehe. fevers, all
livo r ktatno-v stand bowel trouble.-'.
0 all)-2-ii at (;arret t & 4 or'vrigs'. 4


Fraternal Union Entertainment.
Lastt nilgh ttle Fr;ttErinitl I' n) off '
Amerita give atottier tf their de-
li.ihtful entertaiunueuis iu the lodge

Mr. E. P. Thagard was master of
cereteon ies.
A most entertaiuiung program was
rendered consisting of vocal solos by
Mr-. R G Blake and Mrs. J. P. Hil-
burn, and recitations by Mrs. R. R"
Phillips and Mr. N. [. Gottleih.
Mir. M. M. Little made a short im-
promptu speech, after which moiet
delicious refreshments were served.
Tbese entertainments which are given
about twice a year by the lodge are
very popular and are always most
enjoyable affairs, andI the one last
night proved to tbe as delightful if not
mote so bha-i any of the previous
ones.
Death of Mrs. Keep.
On MarNhi -'.l -it tht rt-esidence (of
ho-r ;ai!liht.-r, Mr4 All n. 'at M ltn-
t-h. iMrs. Mary Elir,t Kep' died of
jilneUmteiia anrd ir tr pie. Siie was t-Il
L.I-. -. --.1. fh i .


Kentli I'K OIt Ih'" "v'Vi lVUIrst iill-
lnay, atiwl wni ill only a week bf-tore
dciath el:tiiitd h-r.
MNis. Keep was the widow of tihe
late C(apain K-ep
Her life twas one of usefulness and
good de-eds. She has oven very ap-
propriately spoken of as a modern
Dorcas.
She was a native of Louisiana, but
in 1874 came to Florida, where she
lived until her death.
Mrs. K-ep les.ves one s'n, four
daughters and friends innumerable to
mourn her death.
The fuanerl servicess were held on
Sunday, the :. lt, at Orange Lake,
Rev. C. M1. <4ray conducting the ser-


A Poor Millionaire
i.:ts'!v 4-l 1i'vd ill Ist rioaill ic i h, a ,, i:l- lnlr f l 1 r '- N .. i .- i -
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l ti ?.':t ai,. i tr r:;, () ,it 'a ,t r :, ,-J
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A Double Wedding at Fellowship.
Invitations h eve twelen i--sue I ly Mr.
and Mrs. James All-n M'.David to
the marriage of their sisters, Miss
Olivia Clark to tr. (eorg,- Ira Single-
ton, and Mrs. Evelyn L*mise Sistrunuk
to r. Wallace Affred'. Kelsey. which
will take place lu theChrisJan church
at Fellowship, We.in-j'sl y evening,
April tw-nty-fourth, at nine o'clock.
Bo0n tliss Clark and Mrs. S strunk
are well kio v'n ill O1-l4, having lived
here nlumier of year-<.

The Editor Would't Make the Cor.
reaction.
A local paper Ipuil -hedtl a long
ollituary of a uat who ita tdtl ied iln
the ('. llllUlliityV, c(loa~ ii W l t th-statte-
inU ii t lhiat '"a I a ii ,(,:-f e sion iof apeo
pieh followeli the ri- nii .s to heir last
nro iiig-pltae." 'ti.- t'iis ly real Ithe
not ice, :Sai diiso.v.-rd liti- supposed
orror, aInd a'skt-d thl- eltifor to inpke am
c irre-'lio't in r he s .l r'i "rionifs.i-'n ";a
ilt he l.:ut hl e .v I1.1 no11 ( o 1i) it until
SIevetl yVt-.A ba k- ut--ripiloil that


SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS


At RHEINAUER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE!


Rheinauer & Co. announce a noteworthy opening of Dress Goods for
Early Spring. A number of Bargains are offered. Also the first showing of
new Silk Striped Ponzinett and Fil de Sole. High class novelties in Foreign
Zephyrs at an attractive price. An important sale of Novelties in White
shades for evening wear. A showing of new Embroideries, Laces and Ladles.
Belts at attractive prices. A special sale of Dress Skirts and balance of Wool
Dress Goods Extraordinary values in Gents' Neglivee Shirts and ries. The
special feature of the Corset Department is the 66W. B." correct form, in
sizes 18 to 30, at $1.00. A number of specials in Wash Silks for Ladies' Waiste,
and new weaves of Black Silks for Skirts. Bargains in Smyrna Rugs, Mat-
tinits, 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
Crosett; the R1egina and Queen City Shoes for ladies. And an unusual offer-
ing in the Clothing Department.


RHEINAUER & COMPANY.


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The Watch Trade of Switzerland.
Thlre hl'ts ht*en a %t-t-:ey i rovth in
thie value of the total export of watch-
es and materials frmoin Switzprl4tad
troum the $16,4t),0100 exp,rted in 1894
to the round $~21,(M,4i0K) export of 1899,
and the figures for 1900, which have
not yet beenr given, will show another
increase of at least $1, O0,(O. In
round numbers Switzerland exports
the watches and parts in this propor-
tion: Gold watches and chroponme
terms, ,s,0M0).Oi; silver watches, S7,G00,-
000; nickel vat-lies, $4,4(N10,0 n; finish-
ed works, 5'I70,4y0i, and materials :and
watch jewel, et., $1,900,

Notice.
Owit~Ing niily letrviiig Mifcan'p3'f
Avtla,ff~ter foit' sale any furniture and
oa liiwr oll,;t-Im i d acri I unut il May 1.
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Appearances are not always to
be relied on; neither Cre all
kinds of advertising Electrical
clock and similar catch-penny
* devices are apt to entrap the
unwary They are better than
no advertising, but the same
money spent in the columns of <1
* a local newspaper would yield a
hundred fold better returns <
This is the local newspaper
in this community that reaches
the homes of the best people
It is therefore the mediw n te i'
advertiser should use. ar

We take pride In our paper
SWe study the needs of our ad- +
vertising patrons and are
pleased at any t!me to aid ^
them in any manner possible.

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Your Vegetables!


S.AHAS cCHn~fS


Necessity the Mother of Invention.
We tri-d tt kill their wormus- hey
rovv (1-d too nm:tny. We now .atch-the
part it hiliot- a:ti blig', all of which
11y ;:t nii..zi t. .\L' f s wanted ill every
, i, Vt'. l',,r "a-w'-y a; l traps ad-
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PHYSICIAN AND SlURGEON,
Office over Tea Pot Grocery, Opp. Montezvuma.
0 A LA. FLORIDA

R. I.. ANDERSON. W.. HOCKEY .
S NDERSON & HOCKEY,
ATrTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Gary-Agnew Block.
OCALA FLORIDA


DR. RUST'1 oMTPILLS
ORDilN M1 AND GENUINE
Always relable and safe. Lad es always ask
for or Kusit's Cotton Root and Pennyroyal Fe-
male Pills They never fail and never injure.
wiled to ayiv address on receipt of tr. Sold by
Anti '<,nop *.1 Dru-n Store. I

SA.NTI.r--ITAo relialile traveling
sal- esisen iit enhli state; permanent
.o.-itlotl; salary aiid expenses; expe-
rieanie not .'-o utely esse-ntial. Ad-
,Ir-.ss ( Mroli n Toblacco works
Sr'-esnil,)r4,, N. C. -15

44to \ rav. lthe expert tuner of the
Salltax tua' Hoiise D hiAs -l ay. Lt- ve order at Weihe's. tf


You Know What You Are raking A ** *** Amok**


m iitll.,jaI Us" I he CV f4 Irm Ulais Dr. Van JDyke'~s
poait. loriitedoli "rt hotwho t-hw I
uein at tast le'.4i firtu. No eure, no RIANA lEL) in a eciuttry wbost- 4*lirwtte Is imi~dri'l and ener-
pay :Yv. -- iVm!tIL, fillwh( j iihstia',aws re heallbIy and strong. The
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riew ir eer ii tsi wly*rl. ;iC i- 1t).v a d t
Inalic"a
'i'hirty iiit':r- L~x.t u~'.ill
jack-ouvyule ftir c t~tp~r.tt iin r Eiv t".Lrin
the' wroug wit.
Tatere Were ,-7:.'P a101a C41iles % i llthe
UUl" Sttd al",o tIait-111 tie year140,reIC~C t-
ported and lout tinithe r'tatisi. i's.
Ocupral '*Twei.'tw'ae~tr~oc, ainoller

down whsa arms ~atid g-bue to the -Pr(-,st
beyoud.
F'lorida's 'ar'anizt'.r'.op ta-ai yt.i r was
nearly a mijiiilpaa boxes. It illjfit-
fully tw'o atid l:1 1141f miljlioni t'.xes

Ku ,'g E iw ar.I ;,- 1t .r a sala~ury of

k c o lp :la fw m tri w- 431 i %-lI .~. l
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m'celt-4 t :of tIf -t~la C..eili-'l in 'C111P-1111) of
thelet tacjts'tvure'.I-I-'wat-.a mCnt'er Or
9111h14 bViluly U st;%wits Waf ti1,w:atds at-
tOR-Hey general U111 Ci ef jeju-4tfe Of
the ttupremaat. ourt of the state.
Mr. *'IRegts" LDy.he-s, cipumy tress-
urer of Lake .'ellity, died at his hiomie
"1Lidy L~i~e l-tst N'-'s ty. The det-
Cea15-d Wa8 a vetertn of Ihet ci vil war,
Lot tfor the I as t tIir! y ye ier-4 h i-e 1bz
proinueut nt llLake t'ou~ivy epolitieni.
Henry At. Hauyler C'- (licig more feci'
the deelf V.'lifjsge 'IIIof I'FI' 'itfat amid leer
jinexlaumifaibl..rt's ur'*es tth-iji iny otb.
Of tell men thist ev. r li:vo-d w.i' hill her
coutiu-'ei.. Flit'lint f lole fi.'Clie I'. st
COast fr4'nliM iqop.rt to iamI:'ij, a
streth'hitif m4lII-A'HA Clii('0101 F, Iios.;.34iti
like' a o4l.e.---V., u-iaCom'4~it% Re'rai.
'Fl.-'feCo ituitff,#*'for r -fis." i -tim-in.TIC't#.u

Miembfc-r-4. v iz: --'Cirt'!.. 41:tim-4 oo*d

Bna sk'.i-lrd, if IW ut lto ; tC1 .CC ive,.q
flittiiloc; Z w i''k 1. 4), i:jI lu,, I C


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Fie'-tti 11 I ~ni3lt I V I- I, i -.f Its fr I'&
Iataly wi1-ll IIhi' 4 -'rl a'jly t I It ak
TheViiets G.'lneivipt rIptt Wfi- hu

Hot4i I fI-. .1. fhv 11!Son ie
F mtte pwl hIcj tg 1-'i'dttCCE s If e
Isers oF h t1i'hm tlt 1 1-1*1ttfill i v w il and1
OFrmness. if i Ntmmyi' j.!ht) s FrP '.ii fr
tIWe wila l Isto'.'ei r m--s 4 1.P1t't IrIi 114
Geor if th-rutojantorwawl.'2,h~lar. jXih1.

Rolt~til.ILr' s~irit o ourll-t itllo is.
Dow a njcit~t e~wt frtu'au Citer hX'Ut o
the Fbrii e -ka(ro wv ae.pl

Thee for fmi,,ae in fltr-Wa;4 membi- (or
Vie ('dhailsiior'5 :kre-stoaIll kive of l

Ontt~ee of t 'the iieait' pro es'idets Ther
Char,-pt'? orte (he' 18i-..at're (); 1jue' ,''of



four exc mies art '-- t' i -, ) m. .
Cloavit G Irmt-r f-iv- )L A i- 3.
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THE OCAL..


atit CIwe'ather e'liamtigt', m I14111.!tith ill
ad vanve&. I hatve'atirri v.d 3tthIis (-(Ill.1
vij(cj.io as the r, tilt oef tilt- work 4-Hr-
rieti onliii this oIbi4+-rvhator~v Ci'C' 33

W~ee shatil lihe afdet t re':ictC(it i Il

the illit 4bur P1I iill(f~ci- tla :411r1 ex-

411 rill i.r lt(4) 'I' o tak -t hi'' Ii .e III4C



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(lit se i litm,4g" jnrii I i''i 014IF1' -'('4Pi4)i4'--
ally 111141in in 'x ltitiblv 1,1' f 1' C Iit t'Nie
by (ouir ('Ieniieial miami ifav'torit's, i ode--
p-m'idetiv yof ".sim-4njs of raiid or
(Inaitth of he 01 whi'h dries up
plants, or of eio!d, which blights
fruit ; all free frioej the wivi'oiu."

eu('fmie'eof life."f
B-ut. the greatest blcefS~ing to tIe
rat'.- will hbe the mtrlesuadt' iln fler
ia SC'1e13ee.



ex 5imrg-t tedarid1111 ('4i-tCClCif tilmi : lid
c'iti'er 'wi.ll iiot hne reg'r~tr'iled as .'e'ria it

l-oir the aCI'.'-mueti-'ntt of Iin.-'eivil
w''0 e' 'sliatll let IDr. tlI)ITbo a= H MY-


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a'-1ii.'vt'ttthe're' is ilIrt le-'!CttI lw.'
liec.' lth-ett 'it.will ne'-tllv i''4'omo it aWcUe

turv iis v(r.%- f'ni' :dviei Ct',d. I-'or !.4it. i-
I.an reat-oti we miay Io'ul- f'.rtv'anol ti
the 'extirt'pa-tion of the ltlaizleill II ll-
d ia. WVe are now its whait iija% Ibe
Oc~llivi the se-'eiotl (ttte'if II;- N wi
the dIisC'overy of the friew'n4I~ylave''-
riat-feer h-tC'eCjat, you knew, call tie
frit-'adly as well ms hoistile- to liumaii
life-anid thil.. is et-rtainuito)k-e fruitful
in greatrnresuits."
S~pake- the Ceittury ntew to t he Centur qId--.1(
"Deandi b igonttt' o Ej1rtIitv* \ fohl,

Mi- foot (.I i thethreshnhold. ith',afi_; C. I -tan-1;
Ye*. whilt lithout tarry. '-pcak. ht C-ctii ,'(.-It
To mt kv thC,. k;- rid h-tler'it' .i:-.-t1-


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FUTURE ACHIEVEMENTS OF SCI-
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It i. blietved I Ii I oflike new centin,'fC
will pw di.t di' 'a;Ii. i t ierf l ftCIIie~-- u iid


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wl3'lpredcilt tle it'.ei~i, ina, vimiiill C4)'

l-i~ 14M IIit)n' Mt'y '.pi et'!iCCtre 7,l
-mir il wa1 daI i (CIC- : I.'1C1' ru.Spak
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1)': ill f h Hftilt- Sr md MNll '4!1i% IC



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th,. '.l.ril :aml flthe loitf-r of flt'eact hfi


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Th-. Sauth is Getting There.





ctii t" 111l i C. Hi~t- v are' zi iti i h i v :sto
tII'4k&' Cii'Pte\' IaimCartwelwlI NIfitliel'on


One Dog to the Family.
'F(t1It-~t't hzislators pi,ntul%.se a
TIPW s'duiipti *Pa the (1'b-Ytax Iirob.lfet.
Prti,'epidi Cig oili the I ivory' that each
fl1a1nil olv ight to fie- ('111?itleilto at ivu~f
M)it, 41-11, as :i Pt'4't S-ify3, K bIill IlI5 libeei
jialtrfoomEiC'to I) t ix all(dog%'Nitiithe pt' MtaI,
buit I tt' x -'iiilt froi ,ti h -ithm mw 11 cii. ct c
f'r t-eh 6,i fC ii Iv. Tl'siiii".; aPpr.Pwt'inig
tlIn Ill]- s't iolli vL't13Ilv.''


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(kduIen Mctirl DtIIisvctvt VI' Cmontfits
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~oi iecl.4 ut lic.]t t -il ~('. :li~twi i..hn
nob tt.- th'. n u o t c i-i-net of
Dr. R. V P'r.- Iknfow Iii- 2,:lhl a.rc- alt
ri ill ti nt'.01- cl f l'. --
T'he (. imirminiS-4nsc 3.Mi- ~cAl .\.is-i.r,
clti' 11. hirdin'-.sent!'7F-('lov the vizthu or,
01 !n-t'1 cO ''1 U fr't-i,'nt cp.to ; pv


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Our M4)tto-LNIDkR-B1`7. U-NI)EI 'KI1


But 111 V drk. it V-it ,r?'r. 1.
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k!3i C~kc hOu te1.vitttnt~r. t1.c Zrowt i
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Redist-ricting Florida.

ter ifI i" -! lure 1'rolm Dil va I

I~orq!t ~~!i.lo1tiro lw r r''li-triot lainu
tlt~. -tnte. 1 zt'idr \Mr. llrtp-iar't- ,haill
flthe difI'*rew ol .1tre'i-m %%,illlot- 4-1)Ci-


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EXAMi~INE1 OUR GOODS &%so l~P1114 1
ITI *IMPLIES 40%4OB4LIGATl~o IOON 1'01*i'`11-lr ni mug


F. P.
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GADSON
intendent


THE OCALA BAZAR


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A. E. DELOU EST




HARDWARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


READY MTXTED PAINTS, ETC



MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE


J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


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OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
'Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works


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PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
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WE EAT MEAT



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11ai I% Iiiei. 13r-.Em broidlery. fee.
%ersg ion. I ndi 121Li mmii.. Viciarib


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A AATALE OF
THE SULTAN OF EL HASA:. 4 THE EAST COAST
By TOM M3BEATH OF ARABIA
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*'Ojly with them 4 IL4x tl..f' !.#-. r hr
and mine.
Irnd find may c'~.~~ -.' .
..nd thinf-Y'

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111. P r: T in -I $!, J;'It! T- T,:;. n to 14) 4*J'4) l k-.4



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till. t w t. i7,Y L' 1. Its-r. Nra~e

474.. 9r ent-rtaI?,WTIPt. why risk of :z:rtree
1444 L)os14 btv n e
ta read?
l~s--- -3 1-1ti-.e l.'qson, th4, f-)c1Illm-1.IL
not haecL


Meetir


ng of


the Medical Examining


Board.
Ml.,!i. 1( ~ u~ ~*i.jl!~ih
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Soda Fountain For Sale at a Bargain.

AIs.adtr-,,.,k% s &Il.'I .- I ul 41h

ix t u r,-. 1r.. 1511410 f. '. b. ()-IiI .
Adtlhree-s'.ft. E. ."'-15,4 fl44 Ovalm,. Fitt.


But.. ) giltc LS;

Whvn by -?,anr-, nspr.-phAuo n .n
M()(4'O1 1"V0
f. gotten bLhAt..
with a quaint ruio sulat!.' wit,
Ike wisdom ftr*.n~ : ~iii'ra. ~!e
writ.
Jist whcre It cb..r..! t jt '".n. 1.a..Ia
indk-*d.
?Iwas withv~t ti.vug~t"tt" rurer-.t- I kLfi&b. --
gun to read.
But as the tWe uffoiMd d1114
bered dream,
There flatbed outA tlirugtb IL- t~e .,t tit.
the wI4Ae44f(r theme.
So. back to echilftho~sulcf-Ian-'4. ; .-th me
while I tell
Of the Qliltar. cf E:-Ilnt-a ..4t v.tl
the Well.


DIRECT LIME-OUICK TIME TO

WASNmIMO,
BALIIMOE,





LOUmSVIL


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AND AU MIMST#EAST AM ~r. K OngSC~

NO OTHER WEE AFFORM S SVWE LAW W8

THE NEW YORKf AND

FLORIDA LIMITED
"..,tLaux~rious Trati n t'in, '.Exclusive Pullman Equipinest



b.771EWZL& YORK AND FLORIDA EXPOM
-41ma HE~ UNITED SY'TES FAST MAIL



~ CH1CAPGOAND

F L RD~SP"ECIAL



;~ ~. 1~'31IfU ZORIWA UMITE
.0THE TiJ ST AND. NORTH WEST.






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V ll rail
Vi,, all rail


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CONNECTION'
Th( Atlantic Coast Line. yiat I liarke--t,,n. Hiwh-
*m4),ld anid %asuington.

Tlie Southern Railway. via S1,avanitahi. ("'im-
bin anti W..4ingtol.
The so's:i, itrn I ajiwa via *l.-luj.. A I I;. Ufa
anti "hattanoog i.
L .;aslille & Nashville. %'m imin-ey
8 -ierniR Wy. via -sav. ('olimilpi~a tv \ -1, %'Ide~
Mobile, & Ohio via Mlontgoinj#r%.
Via -*-avainualiand Ocean Stvam-i.ll (. 9 .uj4l*
for New York, Pililallf-1;9i t ;ia Iit11 4 I.. 11 .


Vin Savannah and M.'vrdi:::its M:ir
p.ortati' n Company fo r pailtimot '.


T4, Wi,th l Hfav;mII
e I l e t ;llIll illi ;lla.
Ur


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190 1.


The Boston Store
"A Opera House Block. Ocala. Fl'Ia


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THE OLD RELIABLE REMEDY SINCE 852

DR. THACHE' R7S NE R 'OP nG.;; *


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They Are Here Nowl




Our buyer has just returned from the North .nxmld
East with the Ilu t and most compltc lin t of La-
adits IDress G .cds for spring and summer wear that
E it has ever been the good fortune of <)calians to be-
hold. We buy only for Spot Cash and thus get all
the discounts usual in such cases, hence we can
give lyou such. values as will surprise you, even
though you are ever so close a buyer.


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\ %1 l BAN.'NFl. APRIL IS. 1901


"E USED THE SALT TEST.

As m V4O Cpbthef's Klmewcg
ef the 46.Hasum.. r m.
IS 9?'. earf' Is, ituIntciII I'cI!A.-



i ri-r..zl. Iito ;rf4't, Iticr .
ltw. gi.' I:*4 j of 1 ctt.0'*%Pap

.ahaJ a,' ads, a la~b orofrawhide.
?A menw elmcach idc. bg4dj on to the
as Om 1w frv-lght rame town the
Wommi di4%dW. The eugint-er saw
g.m arveral milks away what the In-
4MMM mrvn, up to. swo be whistled -off
Sinkss mad. epemiag his throttleWt
bm 1kM. The cowcatcher ittruck thw
OW and hwlid the Indians io all dim--
*op. lttevalty tearing them to pieces.
&Mdhes. armlei. and kSgegk'sThe
ono behkfo went uesutbto thwir cactus
pbmVii,- e4.rcetal"e.
mrfmw tbei' akmied theew mwn the-
as i'hwf Vkoetrim had them all -eat a
V~v of week salt.3 hont as big as a
pmesw. rmn swlftly ahout 100 yards. sit
dowl. cm a log or reek ati c'rotcs their
b'gw. 'hvp bc Riltetterithe vibnration
gf It". t'ci. wh~i hwerecroiimed. The
Im shovestlpIraovl the loasgit nr rhad
490. *o3..%t '.ri'Lf-S 104. citincilto c
ev"f x %-n. 4cr v duty at augerous
"ptt fg. re ow that itas at all hazard-
eilin111 it:st i...4 i Ithe Poet whilchb'
for 3010.,.1 ts4'~ a ol ti tili


fwrSleS. ''i tr1 .4 :ii~rI h.*

tini I tha'.i flre''q hnie. ~id

bomfo v for milt''' eb 145 Ind tt'.ior rlhj '



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low to a 1^11116 t'0 -1 1 t. 6i. s



a ad&"f tivv # V`Gwf PmWwSiaveL.

ev ''1.' .i'I ts ritli%4'-113"A vf*'.
11111111'" 11*1 I,- t .111eA83-4 Inz.pirt' Me
WW"% 00pur:. tttv.-Iicttt'ftm.'of thcrr'.
1@6M~ anI s? I'.itiff~b ilm tmaitTnsfl
04 or-www j 4l' ';e r .1 -f..f pall
1-y'tusk .I.. lo-. aw, lttlefoia.
lfTW tw. 1,"41%. traT10:peer? VflsIto
S.p4*.qt" 'I~-?to.-If VNalfir7 Ftiff'ly m"0
SW V! -I.'I'a- -,It, ..the r rmakes Pfri


~ mu~ ..--.f jr. IsIto .. its p flltae.






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nTIe C O* Oie Letter "V."
When the late Ilorace ..aynard. LL. ,
D.. entered Amherst cole, lie expos- '
(d himself to riu"vule and jibing tionw of his fellow students by ilacing

.- ir,, of \>,h; <"r;!;:.,a",i on whvichb '
t :** it.eri-. 'd in lhold outline's thie sin-
g(e kltter V. IsiEregarding comment
aIU q; ;estion. the yv.:ng man appiied
hims<.lf to hi'- work. ver keeping in
mind tife bright to which he wished to
clinil. toe firgt step toward which was
alglified by the mysterious V.
Four T.ars later, after receiving the ,
compliments .,f professors and stu-I .
dents on the way he had acquitted
himself as valedlhtorian of his clams. I tNUPACYUR
young Maynard r-al!,.d the attention of ANUPACTUt
his fellow graduates to the letter over IKPJlR sASH .BL])
bis door. Then a light broke In p MOULDINGi
them, and they cried out:
"Is It mosihile that you bad the vale- BULD (1
dictery in mind when you put that V g*1 V I ay OE
ever your door'"our
"Assuredly I had," was the emphatlic guarantee Osuperior make
reply. guarantee Buperior
On he cUmbed, from height to height. 0outh rd there
becoming sucowlvety professor of money.
mathematics in the Un!versity of Ten- o d Wanm-- 'RSE
nessee. lawyer, member of congress, &od hs
attorney general of Tennesee, United AARLII I(Tt
States minister to Constantinople and
tally poetumaster general.-Success. -


Nerve



Food

Il ym havc neuralgia, Scott.
i:*-., ,. Cod Liver 0..

i < lit ri rvL that is cr.-
S"< t
S'. bodygoin,
SI" *.: '\.*,' i, -atisfy nerv

,.; ii.. ,,o' r ;i:r usual fce(.,
S'i'." ; < ;.r,.


'1)c 4 :0 t ni 'V Iillyneed mor.


&rt: p~rf:'i;.hbly thin-an(
~~%I E t't' Ii;'4 -n ()IfCod Livei
& '~ -u1 gt e~u z:hefat, to' bc
'_:mI With.


Fifll ii lrc i- t tr the fat
Vfil Md f!t m usnal food, ant
Sto -It's F'WIII- ion will help You
t(. t hat.

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Nq Vak


Tax Gooks Open.


The state aud ec.U~t3' tax booksm foi
71.401 are now otwit-f. Taxi 1I0atYer" -WaI -
fl'10~lti ~e vPi.ov ttlrn iforoe-iv" e::@
ecirdtaglyE. P. THIAGARI'.
~ oS a B4.'-fue.

The Best Perscrgptiea for Malaria


stt- :nd f,'vvr is a bottle (if
(~' .v~.'- n'1I-to-" Citlil Tetnu". 11it
-.t;,t rom arid v4.inine l'i Na ?tuslt'1*4tia
ftge-rn No ctart---im ;'a'-. Price 42~

To Thb. e blic.
ii. ftrruj wt '. It11.,"j Kj nin at&Co.
ao, norw Ozis.Cillg at Miiieneepy, will it-F-
rtiaiitt. nil Jolly 'Im byl t i'llitatiofl, and
11% We- a rte voimit rlatim scmu
f ~~f' ltooit(. made, we will offt-r .i~nr
entire nou .-atriniY and, r'..mmer tstnek.

011, 611-1--r.ee 6~?t.11heli *-tv. at actualt
I ci~T~le:MNar'tI. h1-, Milt. C(nnie

N ~ 'q11v7l c eI4J1,1 )1- ivo. 11 Term,~
,..!. V-ur" trul .
SS 1. If I NJh:AMIN 4U.

Wanted.
Ila 1 q,5iIs. ruu Aintfr nimn1-%!r of t Iranct-l

po~eur r, f-rouruti-.0. 1Klit re iSM at'
ir! ti a t l-11Vi g!ive i V. odcirefer
~ ~ lie i- r'it hA. 1T. AMorrn


lila'' -'a1 ;el -'t- 'a 4 ci t.. ttnsft- 12

For Sale.


tr~ ~ -. 1 neri-t;.s ( -let 'no~eio*-n.
Ite. fe w .' -.r.s inie 4; ( olle Ai r

'r,. e lo pii-, oI ar Attueto 'aFinti Wn




AI C A fuirts-, teiti'


Techr' Eamn-l


Becard

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AND
MATERIAL)

la I Ssswum
itwhich we
to any sold
by save


oppowte amab

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Hp r INiiI,' I I pifr*1,- r.IIIFac


Ti'\l.. AN!) '2 rAL~lIZR



to %vl ( h-I it I -_-! vt- 1! I re I t a r11..- IifI a I .
a rn4. I feit in*.4.4 117 ." i-,.-ri.-' ( *l,( th


mi Seed Annual be~e.
IL IL IMa t &c.. SIMvr, m


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Guaranteed 9


Salary YEAR Y
%I rn anil w'inme n i.f g:of!a'tdrdress to represeuti
It,. so~me tot ra'.e ?d -I'n r, ~ae"-cntgthe'14rs for
locai, workLoo~xking alter olur inutrestr. .S900
-ATrygliaerrt uttell yen rlr ., xt '.a comtrnsme.lo'!
jild vlv Cp-t(- p;Ii 2 "'rt'AIC lit-it. Old e'.tal.
lth.'d liousc c(.artd chance for earnestlman tor
liltf ra! 11iico'.' aeid f:ui lt ril~iant hTe-s.
U'er;I t~ onet f. ;-ni
STAFFORD PRESS.
22 Church St. New HaVen, GO=n



F foreign


And IDomestic


Cotton


Seed


I am im s t-inprelmntdtosilf( urnisis the.
fr'sn'-r-' l 1, ;4 t wI fit 11 ju1 9ivE' h thil %-*-r'e
lot '.1 grridl ~ ei gj S 'r' ImpmeoTi~tl
('tot'~n -.(1 ir J9()islas~iitm:-iIi 1tily


(;L(. 1<.


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2;I'"'m


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Two huiared bushels of po-

tatoes remove C:L; po'.unds
of"actual" P ta hf-oena the


TAX LOLLECI OR'S REPORT.

E. r. Th.erari. TaxgCol.-ctor. in Accunt with
Marion cwulty-e o Taxe(-. April 2
County ri wh7 i.-
lincollccfcld o li:At ve. it ..... ...... 7- '
Treasnier'i t ipt....... ............. .' -'3
Da lance fln(?t';S tf; ............ .......S 7' 1
County rr'?cr-
nc Al1 -t d. < .i--t r 4 t v ..... ... ..... a 30
TrtaurTerT ',-. .'. ....................... ... ino :
Ilalanre 'r :.'i'l'-< ... ..... ........ i '
County. R .'-
'ncoll c! :. -r. .-n r ........
1'rea-ur. r' r itipt .. .... .. ............ 7
Ialazn pe lr o.l cited ........... .. ..... 7
County :itle :.,-l i 0:f: :iurt
tn c','ltCtt .,u ': :.i' Trena u te-r's tr i.t ......................... ... .-4" "-4
Halaniic *.::c'.:'. <(t ( .. .... ...... ... .
County C i;.':.:.: F:ii'
Unco! cteld. n T.L r< port ........
T rwi.-ir> r'- rt C':; t........ ... ...
Balance .uncolle-ctcd ............... S 131 -. ,4
License-s'; .* it -tt< .... ............ 7
Treas-urer'- :v.c-i; .............. .. 7:
0ol. t -x unl. !. n hl.st ,port .. $?S: oi
Extras cotlected ...-.......... 1 oo
Treasurt-r's rt cci,t ...... 2. f)' 2 n


St:t' of F:: rid,
Marionu Count.
I, S. T. Sistru-ck. clerk circuit court. ht'rehy
ccrtify that th1t -'t: ,. i- a true and correct stat(
ment of the; .*et'c'or'-s account with MaTin
count .-Ia'(d "he -ub -h'.ol I districts, as the saint
al-pears upon th; i b.- -k in my offirc.
Witnr, my 3=a%.-'. .* ofcial st..it:-i t ?-t' ly
of April ,I-c .
(Seal) -. '. S T SISTRUNK.
Cithrk Circuit Court


ComXIssiolmo's SALE.


NOTICE. IS IVERRBY GIVEN THAT UN-
dcr andl tv virtue of a certain order made
by the IIonorab'e W A Hocker judge of the
Circuit Cou:t for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the
Stait- of Florida. in and for Marion Count% on
the 23rd day of Mnrch A. I)., oot. in the matter
of application of WAILTER V WARNOCK as
administrator of the tst;4e of J. H. I iviinston
deceased, of petition to the judge of the Circuit
courtt of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for (it us County. to sell certain real estate
located in the countie-sof Marion anid Ci' rus. e--
lmnging to thr (-tate of the said T TI. l.i' iigs-
ton, deceased. for he payment of debts sgain-.t
the said estate, the tindersigned onim ssionter
appointed in .n-" order to sellt he -real estate
t'erein ', *c-'i'r ed. located in the County **. M1,-
rion, Slate ut liNor i'', will on
ay okt9 4. D. 1). 1,
betwein the rhour.. of :: o''C!ixk a. m.. anl 2
o'clock p in nT fio::t of the s.'uth door of tli
court hoii-e m (.n Ocla. M:rion c'inty. Flo'ida. at
public < utcrv to the highest and tbest bidder oi
cash the tilowing d.--critbd p)ropilty, to wit.
The n< r.hwe-t quarter of the' northea-t q autt-r
of s'ctisn .'( town. h ,;,7 7 uh, range ;,o ea.st.
Marion ccuu*t. Fird*.
T SISTRI'NK
I n .A1Co'mni')nn r


CITATtON.


tilet Cf'AUatY!JuIxe d .nIICounty.
111i-kFA-. J. C. WA711FWS HAS APJ'LTEI)
thv es~ta te-f 10,i. 11 NITTLES. 'l ccvted~. !rte
(A~ii Clourty of Marion. ar
I1 h. seare. the:c'lor t"Vicito. ain.! s'erlivivsh all
;.nd .igLithe kii-,drett ntilci .dritors i0i -p1(
dtc. -i'.d. tu be and n p, rbcf~n- thit cc~mrt, on
4.7 l'efore the

Rill t ij.imsMa'n-y ti.vy.have. to.)tile
grantxing 1ctterg %,a'atcren:id. Otlerw~se the
,4'mc will he gran'ipd as prayed
%i'~c i lY V :'11T nwue Ls coLty judge of iii'.

4.- County Judge.


TAX SEED NOTICE.

W Hi~i~kA-4. i.. CV1.13ULS AS 'RESFNT-
td Io tnrtax 'Crti~cmtt'S NO. .041 SAC'it f
AP~il 4.', .cr'&A fh fiu!!owing land in
Vataion owin.y. Ytlda. to-wit- Oratige grove

fri'i in'e a TIax Dce'..
TI-crt-for-. aft~r Ih!-e- i..ition of thirty da7.;
froin t Le ate of tujq rm! c-C ulnks, rt-deemed, it
'fly mv it~ut itcu't. 0-,. dt.,d to the said

[Sca I1. T. S STRUINK.
CkcilkCircuit Coimtt.








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Vt' eea:t


InpT~ir..ia*ce of Chpk~r 4,t.-r, Act t,4z o
the lawscof`PIoriula notice i-; h, ribv given 'that
it is the izi.nteuto,, sithe bloar--.' ount, Cum-
I gi- 1.'-it'.! ig t~i~t 'h.- '4~ which con-

di id d'tWr.0100t 4,1 p jaqwfl-ry t b mli-vied ancd
2%%;e%-edIa~i4ili%t the t:izible pioperty in the
%1.io c mit(itV f MafittiiI, rthe yc.ar I go& and
t hu no1eS. sa. r;ittd to, be %t.1t'i *e as uioa
S und to t't wed inlth 11W 4rc..~~.tj~io. imlprove-
inent anti maintecnance rf the public to do.
culvttts andbridges 1 the aid c..unty of Mar-
ion, and intthe Va-chase of mach imileuients,
t-rams. wagons. camp outfits anti stockades for
the wk- o: and safe keeping of thle convict force
as may bef"und necemry in the proper carry-
"'g o t o e wtwk spot. the public rceods of tihe
40gidci ounty, %ad for the einfolyment ot such
additionaldlabtir as may be deroke4 nectasay.
Ordered by etsolatioa of thbe Board4 f County
Commi--iosern of Marion coaaty, Floridif, pas
sed at the Te-gular meeting ofsaiedboard on the
3th day of Warch A D. 3901.
a. T. SIST14LNK.
Clerk i44 Th.)Grmlof County Commnhisiontrs 0
Marion 4 ouilty. Florida i-"2




W lIfkA1-.AS THAT CENrrAIN LOT OR
parcel of land lying anti brag situate In
the curpol'ate limits ofthe City ef Ocala, Mat-ion
county. Florida. known anti 'Iticribed Ais fol-
lows: Commencing 1j9fit east -of nw cor of Alva-
rea Grant, thtence C L3.3.1it, nl 4L 3&~. c 9 cbs. a
7df. e 3 12ch-i n 7A4iicbs. w Ichi. 040". W 13 37 cbs.
e 7o links. 23:. 2 Rl to point of beginning ht"
ascutmtlatt-11 thereon a 'frlc bme1 ..1 t
5brinug a pond and
Wherca-.* said pond, by rtvasme of the water
rem&,ilifg lg ie'Cif, bas 5lw*-o.om. a o-ira'romf un
healthfnInt- to thte is. haltitv.ns of the city u
Ocala.i.and
Wherrms.. th'. 6VC0111c01nciof the s~i~i city of
ocah (I ti.n, .a. t ic'.ssry tot the preservation o
the pu~iic it-aith uits a..,j city that said pond
should be 'lrmin"d Nlit it (II t if-Ire
A*,'.ti'ced. That 1the,-.oAi;.imnbehdraint-d s'nd
thitt th-- heii, osf r. hi. 4 ,Kkcr anti (e, .
!)town. ovn te:'. of the' ;x..), lot or pa~r t0 of
guoui0nd :i! *-!t!-;criI)4,d !.c 11ot thry art! hereby
flirrct(41 1'ti), uiwhor .1tain ai'-) l ,e.nd. or other-
wi~eltr :hvc no 'Jt: -1) .twaler thet-on
within '~i .-!4:#% T)7jtbi- .do t.in orih that
there "1.: '.. ltwany :e.nni .lnof water


I.. D')ZiER.
*-k %''ty of Ocala


J~iiP "c-. ~..-t of tl'e 1.15111JsealcinliCircuft
u I. ::i;m!rf- 1"'\atie'n Coi,.nty.
To 7' r:. 'I and All i'Aherr Persons.

t)('AND 1-:11 Y; q ll'.4st' WILL.TAKE
~j~4. ~ : visi! lij...tn Ia it i -,..ua ; y of

(f it lot-I'~adto 1)iea uui u
t4.leilr -~': *- t. IvP-.t -,o"Pt north 1,14 feet.
eat '~t-ii-t i -~ iui.410 41*,r alUln.thAt
Comnviiali i :u-. 4 b. ft~ lraneh. a tc..rportion
f~t~i1't-C. 11 e''~i in i~tl~ Ili. ~.i'.ofFlori-
aind I f0" -.~4.' ~ cl'*n'iit-it .srl in Ocala.
Florida. o'n

or juitdgn-r:e-t by d.'imAnt will be :*III, ri-d against
voti and ,4.0: rop-rt will bic old I to'atisfy said
debt.
(;t'.t-:itinrt-. rn.-,- !ui n -l a.oflicial stal, tlii,;nthe
4th (!av At* M''001, D.41k. )u.sn.
IS~ea 1) 1. T. qSISTRXTNK.
C~rls, t.47if-it Co0urt.
WV. K 7"a4,,Ally f0Tr I'laujTIt. '4


NLueuii :&T APPUiCATIuON FOS PZA~iai
LEMIL&T1OMT.

TN 1'Z RS)1*'NCV.'4)F S-AlO WENTy.-
lone. of Articic 3 of the sionslitntiton of Flori-
da notice i,. hereby givelli &M titbe intentlomi
ot tlhe Board of County tle~muwv'%xiners of Maei :0:
couinty.ll-Ia to apply to the.?ivxt egialature.
of the state of Florida, which convenes at Talln-
h1,00s11V:On the 2nd day 01 -Aprit. A. D). i!6fr
the Vas,-asqe Aof a -iecall hill or l~w authorink-
the %aid county of Marion thscts* its Board 01
Coutnt' Com-nmissiouerm, or na'!,(Ajnection with
11n%'Id~oinin m coutiny thei ohr bipe sterested. to
construct tnti'l build for public nUi. in connection
with t'~tlt"-p.ibc roadch of sai-t c',vidtv. a bridge
ovcr avd ace--i ,4the wit'lib~cuooherriver at or
near St kt '-' !2erry. and P bridge liver and across
thv A (k- aw-'.tt'irvit.r at or -nmr %tarke's Pk rry~i
and a tr!-C~r Ibridger. at 4sgwh other points
over and act o'. said rivers hewmad CountV of -Ma-
rion a-; in Viftle dcmctvion fc-spA-Doanil of County
Ci' 1 s111.flle7'. may be depim~i,i4 u ss ry*. The
-4-it) bride-c or bridg..es to be crtowdeil with 'diim-
WC' (IlrW Wld stutiject to the alppro'.rd 4)f chiief
viigiviter-ind Il!' r~vtarv of war, ar. pr -Ovided by
the la. Vf nited'Statc' ill rpIaiiofl t i tie
* nilr,1mct:..% 01 tbridge*;acus ;1io.' avi _:,bde
-Ityca nt
4 rieteto i 7rt !4.iti' in of theDi- 1rd of ('osirty
'i~t~of MhTsion tilalnti Floe-ida.
pa-i ii !!!t- .re-ziidr nmeeting iof 'Mid Bjarer'on
the- th '-v(S .-I hA P., iS RUN
"a I S SSRN
%'I `X"'I C~ 4o Com n ~tinionCo., Fla.


NOTICE


1 II I.SVi G (IVEN THAT UNIER AND BY
virtue (of a ftal etrcrere rtenderedl by the lion.
\V A !Ih.kt r. yu;'ie t, the iituitcotur for the
Fifth Jmuicial (.ir-c:t of Vleridl i. Marion tclinty,
in th:ite-rv.. ot. theil -th day of Jamnusr, A D.
i'v.. in a Crt;;in cn.m-e there ipn-ndivg. whereti
MARY HICK and FLIZABH'IiTII IRt.,U-,ON
aire complainants. and EDWARD R(,OT and
I II.IAN O. WILLIAMS and humibnd. N. L.
WII.LI IMS are dcefenlants, and wherein the
un(der.:gtnedl was appointed to c. aermct aid final
decree I will on
daiy, 1Me 61Nh ~yof eiyy. .-A. B. 1
in "ront of the south door of th tourt h u se in
Ocala. Marion county, Plriia, between the
h unrs of it o'clock a m, and 2 o'clock p. m.. of-
fttr qnd s.l to the highest and best btdder for
ca-h. at pb:hic outcry, th*' f>llowina described
mort gare -d ptrtr is.s, to-wit: Con' menacing ;it the
niirt!h.:t cor'it r of factional block 40 old sur-
ve-v of the t(,wn of O~-la, ritinniig thence ,uth
7: feet, thence west 22. tifet. thence norto 75
ft:t, and thence ea-'4 224 feet to point of beitin-
nirig. all in Marion county,. Ilorida, or so nimcbi
thereof as nmty be ncces-at ty -. .tify' s id final
dt-cre- and ci.4t' uf -a.it
i *' IIIGGs.
Spt'i-kll l.ci(o .m11 CtiUctrry
t'.irlo- iL. Si>trunk.
.olicitor forComplainants 4--.


COMMISSionneRCs.ALtE 2roTIC.


u NIDEiR AND BV %1 SnT131: 04 j~A c:ERTAIN
( i a'igrant' dinliobte 2%.5 clay of Mi- cn, A.
!ovc),"y 4v- Himn. Ruhl, rt Hulkclk. as ie unmty
itd,- in.l~! for M~arion county, ISlo;id1a. in the
4 0- 4~ilt- oeffMAR4THA JONErS (I(-
e 'l1, Owi'- une-rsgnvi-', duly uapuoited 'a-
nt- r', .rBet i.'tn. hvtrul'y give ufilce that oT
4kye'10 if'lay, A. D,. 190J,
71'~ ~ ~ hs f'.4.4' irs G't Motifay in sai .rnr'nt!:,
I ;t4f .,r h oldAlel aI~t pubhc flu.ti.1oitt
V 'or, fit'-court hcti-t' at ~tht
N* i l- eI pretyurty as a4.a' Pr P
a -.: >4. I ftlieJ is at tbe ti-Ti('
47' .1 41. ~1 'C 5thill '.aoou C.44:y.
L'' .tei-i( 'C."ont hat 1it-a:.or
n't r.4 y 1 .- iickal4 s ofJ4se 1,;1-.l -
-'N :1 (.1'.. '' I 4!Thr Alearcta C'einit. -0''
4.:? ~., 1 '' 1'1 I iLt ",.A) iC ric' rfe -S M46a-

ii ; .. e t~i-., uithby le~ts I tie- r
v. i'- 44. 4 IIatl Tt. l4.,,howe-ver f- m
CV t t (4' 'N ,x -r'ct,; O~n 011 o
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THE OCALA BANNER. APRIL 12, Iol.


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W e desire to call your attention especially to our

Coffees and Teas. We are exclusive agents for

IAiSE& SANBORN S FAMOUS COFFEE AND TEA -

T hese are not the goods that are "as good as," but

they are the Best! They have been given the high-

g est awards (on their merits) at every gathering where

the people passed judgment on Coffee and Tea. 4
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S-..:"'- It is noor <.e,,ico i\ to buy -"- y *
41,_ *tins is par excellence.
Sh :is it t.akte a gIreater quantity to The Butfflo Chip) Ta in II
et the ncessai y -trngthand lead foil packages are deliciou:.
that delicious aromna can never .'Remember the brand, Cha.-e
e had. 7 & Sanborn's "Seal Brand."
_-_ 'The better the grade, th For uniformity of strength
Sr' delicious the drink. and quality they have no equal.

.. -,- delicous h drik.A- : ,X-OR .I -
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SWe have just received a shipment of the well known

OBELISK Flour in barrels. A Used


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Small goods of this brand. Guaranteed.





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