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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: May 17, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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OCALA


The paper "Of the People. tor tihe,


BANNER.


People and by the People."


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Flo'ii a ha as i :,ny t illi>n;irts *t
thlte i, inItit!! ,1 of ith Le 'j!h '-fltlury :is
ilr-" -r.- in the wholo nit q S'ss
,lhia .' i.t.-it'- ill tie o'rtile o tni '.' 4 .t s
a;t'. the i,.inniig of the 19th -situryv.
We art growiini apaCe.
',l4ss a woman eats suftlicient.
nourishing food she can neither gain
or Kee|l a god complexion. Food,
when digested, is the base ofal health,
all strength, and all beauty. Herbine
will help digest what you eat, and give
you the clear, bright, beautiful skin
of health. Price 50) and 75ets. Anti-
T|onopoly Thug Store. in
Dr. W. 1'. Wils-n. the colored phy-


~e lThanisl-. *i the sleilan of Oc-ala, -was smarrieu ist ,:.% at-
I~~~~~~~ I.4m.a ae-.:t- '.rprt. uroliiv wdt ,"',\tr- Laurat' i iad~'iti,
' ~''~ .'.I-hi :t jshea=:i. 'i-oor 'andi 1,,'t on th.-.' iiilit train for \w
*'' ~~.:eI~e I ~Y erk-, wht r~.- Dr.)i. W j'sikiwit wil'. I'! k


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Sta-.+ i- vi-ititir the I'-i: Amneriv-an
ixp--ittoi. at llt:(r. l .l'>pT over a few days- a( Ja'k-
w,:Cviil.t- 't. iew t1e1 ruins.
Nine t.-hne s inl t. iney. that need attention if you don't
fwe1 well. Foley'*- Kaioaey Cure
makes. healthy kidneys and will make
yes well. Nothing else "Just as good."
AUti-Moeopoly Drug 8 ore. m
Mr. J.juttgeubeah and wife were
atithetOeala Houe a few days this
Week. They are en route to New
Takt ad wal nail from thence to
Fat to spemd the summer.
Purwy the blood and put the system
ia oeaor lor ammer woIrk by usilg at
"lt Uime a @hbt coure of Prickly
Am Btters, it is the peateat blmod
pari er on earth. Ant-Momopoly
Dr Store-, peial as cents. 3
Oala 4hmMuld set the example of
prinkling the atreets with oil. One
prltoklimw. it i smaid, will last"two or
thbe months. W:th oil to ch*-al, as
Ito e u-.,d for fuwq. why cannott Orals
-tothe pa1eTa
ablitual ronstipation is the door
through which many of tlihe sri,,us
ilkl of (be temdy are admitted. The
oVasiamnal oar-of Prik*kly A:4A Rittes
will cure' ald remove thil diistressine
4'4oitin. Anti-Monololy Drug
tore. .pe'eial agents. 4 12
Mt-rw He*.ri Haton anli J. Kro-
w*r are ivgistered at thbe O.-la House.
S. Hattu i i -general manager of the
* ort, S .. and MIr. Kromer, gen-
al managertf the same company at
Mlaut Pleasrant. Tenn. These gen-
timen are looking afterthe company's
i v41 bere.
Netigalu e a-ver bieeu produced to
4ad oWor campre with Tabler's Back-
eW Pile (Oistment as a curative and
hmiagt application for plies, nAsure-s,
bliad ant bleeding, external or
Iaterai, antd itebing and bleeding of
tbrm-tm. Th e e relief it immediate


Price 50 cts.
Anti-Mono-


Mr. W N. (bamp, of Alblos, wals In
at* city ypserday. and reantered at
dworala Heur. besides his exteo-
Sw eo emadenmin phbophate, lumber
maW tpmnsime. Mr. Camp bas a two
hamdrld nw ,pnetie grew, which is
th a Lich mS of em f ivtlom, and
tiear a twtmty-rve aerf plat-
ed tei garmweamm win eulare his
seMog- as hs seed Ise multIplkes.
IM thisk th-t the giwiag of sGwr
e a sad the mawItr of mayp
and uewr will ame day be the chief
stdumn re*( this state. He is keep-
t a o i. tie rwstati-te by "taking time


S vMany sl called "'litters" ar:' not
midi-ines, lut simply liquids dis-
I tuised. .so as to evade the la~w. Prickly
Ash Ilitets. is no' one of this c i ss..
1 0 is s'ri-tlv a rmedieine, acting pri-
marily on thlie kidneys, liver and bow-
i els, atHil for the daurerous diseases
that attack these organs it is a remedy
of the first grade. There is nothing
ollj-etionashile in its taste, it has an
agr. eable flavor avd in acceptable to
the most delicate stomach. Anti.
Monopoly Drug Store, special age-nts.
Mr William Catto, proprietor of'
the United States hotel which was
burned in the great Jacksonville fire,
spent a few days in Grahamville last
week, and was in Oeala last Sunday
He returned to Jacksonville Sunday-
afternoon.
Biliousness is a condition charae-
teriz*.d by a disturbance of th" diges-
tive organs. The stomach is debilita-
ted, the liver torpid, the bowels con-
stigated. There is a loathing of food,
p- ais in ilthe bowels, dizziness, coated
tontgue and vomiiiug, first of the un-
diges'ed or partly di oeted food and
then of teile. Chanmerlain's 8omtal-h
and Liver Tablets allay the disturb
Sauee- (of the s'omuinch and create a
j healthy appetite. They also tone up
i (ie liver to a healthy action and reg.
I ul-ate the bowels. Try then and you
are certain to Ie much please d with
c the result. lor sale by the Anti-Mo-
opoly Drug store. m
l Mesr,. R-illy and McDonald, of
Miami, on au .cre abd a quarter of
land on th.l-r Ornuge Redge place, a
few ilte-s north eof Miasui, planned in
toma-rre cleared $s00 net. This
is ab-ut as good as the net result of
Powue of the farmers in this section.

The healthy old man wears his gray
hairs like a silver crown. What if
he be three score and ten if there is
still fire in his eye, firmness in his
step, command in has voice and wis-
dom in his counsel? He commands
love and reverance. Yet how few
wear the mantle of age with dignity.
Dim eyed, querulous of speech, halt-
Ilg in step, childish in mind, they
"lag superfl ms On the stage," drag-
ging out the fag end of life in a simple
existence The secret of a healthy
old age Is a healthy middle age. The
mn who takes care of his stomaeb,
who keeps his body properly nourish-
ed, will gnd that the body doe not
fail him in old aee. The great value
of Dr. Peree's Golden edileal Dis-
eovery lies in the preservation of the
working power of the stomach ana
other orgaus of digestion and nutd-
ion. From this center is distributed
the nuariahment of the whole body,
the salt for the blood, the lime for the
bonses phosplnatet for the brain and
._. A ..aie mastnmah means a


* '-ti rll,! lr ,,:l :1 : *t; 'k of ;la
j r. Ci,,- ti:-.tvy c i ItU -t yield to
:{ \\-o rf'il lt Fol'- im e rol Tai r, whihli
strei!', ti h"i ;: lunig- ami lii ,kes
th ll- .-on tiel. Anti-MIonopoly IDrug
:t-(MtI' In
Hill. -DeVane.
i O-ala was the .eene of a romantic
wedding, last sunday morning, when
"i-ss Minni,. Ray DeVVtne anG Mr. C.
Cliflird Hil!. of Savannah, were
united in marriage at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.-.l' V. L-avengood at 10
o'clock, Rev. W. H., oleman, ofliciat-
inmr. The biridle r-ided formerly int
()latt, utit for lthe p-.t two years has
I:.at' er st' loue in .1vantnah. The
mother ,of the br. hidle ohjted to the
inawtlih, -so e've':ral weeks ago Miss De-.
V:tlle w' n; eI t)o ;t;'ala to vi-it her sis
ter. Mrs LI,',,1;,oo,. ain was fol-
lo,,wt -Iy M5r. Hill iand thoir manrri-,ge
w s ileh+ r ,'-'ilt. 1Mr and Mr.-. Hill
returntil to .:tvatinmh on Monday
where t!ey will live. Mr. Hill has a
pI -ition in 'hiesir i.-hps of the Plant
Systtaem o0f that city.
You Know What You Are raking
When you take tirove's Tasteless
Ctill Tonic. because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine In a tast less form. No cure, no
pay. .5e. ?
Our Weeoodmen.
The above is one of our most pros-
*perous and popular social organ i-
zations. Beginning with just enough
to complete the organization under
the charter, the lodge now numbers
over fifty members.
Gen. J. T. Lancaster, Mr. Otto
Mente, Mr. F. P Beckham and Mr.
M. F. Dodonu were initated at the
last ,meeting.
There were bushels of fun.
Don't Let Them Sellr.
Often children are turaured with
itebing and burning eczema and other
skiu diseases but Bucklen's Arinica
dalve heals the raw soree, expelsinflamn
action, leaves the skic without a sear.
Clean, fragrant, cheap, there's no salve
on earth as good. Try it. Cure gaur-
anteed. Only -' 5 at Garrett & Gerig's.
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Fine Potatoes.
Mr. George (lose, M .rion county's
successful trucker, has on exhibition
in the uptown office of the Sea Board
Air Line rail ay flue specimens of
the Dakota red potato. He attributes
their siug and smootht-.ness to the use
ot fertilizer from the Florida Fertilizer
Company and says that if he had
used that brad entirely he would
have easily gathered a thousand more
barrels.


The Best Perscripteon for Malaria
Chills and fever. is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine inia tasteless
fo4m. No cure-no pay. Price 2c.
Finds it a Moeeessity.
Office of Munroe & Chambliss.
Ocala, Fla., May 13, 1901.
Mr. R. C. Loveridge, city.-Dear
Sir: I have used onue of your stills
now for two weeks and find it a very
necessary addition to our apparatus
for housekeeping. If I could not re-
place it, would not ell for any price.
Yours, etc.,
3-17-2t T.T. M.T.InoE.

To Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Massey in
Barnesville, Ga., at the home of Mrs.
Massey's mother, Mrs. Cook, last
Saturday, a son.
Science has found that rheumatism
is caused by uric acid in the blood.
This poison should be execrated by
the kidneys. No rheumatism with


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'it i-s ill- easy matter to forum a oiate
IAei'.M( ia ti il (iof r eaI agent s,'' said Mr ..
D avis. -I find that uervliodsiv pre-
fvr t') i.tve t~ile work t"'one mail.
T1 n. !r uCwiP~isa ~~ h Illo..t


GREAT VARIETY
AND-I
EXC(ELLENT QI iLIFY


"- a u s', I think it will he en-yy thing in the line of
s:i:: .... Oh of t, ; tii.-. tlt (+CENTER TABLES
wvil !V*i t' l.' F1 --
... u-ii')ef f.,r any siz? or style of room
.. ., : ,i), ; >!u .:I.'.*u, will ,^ 7,4 s iii th in in prit-es to uit any
thI ,t of ove-W h't.ii writing's of ;'iz",i W is 'i pI;)iK l,.1.ki Mhe de-iunsi are on
F irijiida h Is -ri i i' thait ht.l.ar." '. r ,r:t t-i'lIl iin t.s. but neittier strength
[)avi< i, h ;,i:;alv su -<-sfu! nr loirihility h.,s Ibeen sacrificed in
[a' .. I l a nVi iakii th.Lm handsome. Here are
at.nt. Although 4)ei t:. h:as. lIC.s tliin + ,),4014 lpeop!e', his preniumtis have SI.5O.. H4.00 4D IUP
amountedl to as much as ;40,i4) a i
yea.r. which is more than any Atlanta Ot'ALA FURNITURE CO.
agen-y wrote last year, with one ex- jPhone No. 0c. Northwest corner square.
ception.--New Orleans States.
Beware of a Cough. 8 :.ve
A cough is not a disease hut a symp- Your Ve tablS
toma. Consumption and bronchitis,
which are the most dangerous and
fatal diseases, have for their first in-
dication a persistent cough, and, if u
properly treated as soon as this cough
appears, are easily cured. Chamber- ." "
Atin's Cough Remi-dy has proven Oec0
wonderfully successful, and gain-d its
wilde reputation and extensive sale by.,
its sutlcess in curing the diseases '.C U
which cause coughing. If at is not 0S
beneficial it will not c,'At you a cent. _
For sale bly the Anti-M'lonpoly Drug .
store. -n I. "'
An Informal Evening. .O' *-'
T' Q*.-A -A.. I- I* I..


Last .aturday nignt .i Mis E-nily
Ford entertained a few friends in-
formally, comw limentary to Miss
Agnes Burford, of Dixon Springs,
Tenn. Cards were played and danc-
ing enjoyed until twelve o'clock.
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, o
Hartford, Conn scratched hisleg with
a rusty wire. InOanmation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years he
suffered intensely. Then the best doe-
tors urged *amputntion, "but" he writes
"-I used one bottle of Electric Bitters
and 11-2 boxes of Bueklen's Arubia
Salve and my leg was sound and well
as ever." For eruptions, eczema.
better, salt rheum, sores and all blood
disorders Electric Bitters has no rival
on earth. Try them. Garrett and
Gerig will gaurantee satisfaction or re-
fund money. Only 50 cents. 4
Unlea PlOe i
There will be a union pie nic at
Homosassa next Thursday, May 23, of
the Baptist, Episcopal, Presbyterian
and Christian Sunday schools.
Low ratesand agood time are prom-
ised.
Mr Dame will furnish refreshments
at regular Ocala prices.
Those who go will enjoy themselves.


Necessity the Mother of laveatlea.
We tried to kill the worms-they
proved too many. We now catch the
parent moths and bugs, all of which
fly at night. AgenAs wanted in every
county. For agency and trape ad-
0ress J. B. SU I'TON, State Agent,
Ocala, Fla. 8


HICKORY

STOVE WOOD!

Having now taken the mia ginmset
of our stove wood buslem ouaselw,
we name thesehedule of ratesbelow-
One co 4d(z28 cauc feet packed, or m estck
feet thrown in) .3 oo.
One load, thrown in (65 cubic feet) joa
e d. pecked n (65 feet) .
Delivered in towu. CaB oa delivey.
Parties ow niu a team. itl wo0d for tar
own use. can get it at the factory at te rate of
$1-75 per cord, or cent per cubic foot. loose. or
,^ cents per cubic foot, packed by the lod.
Orders can be placed at our oimee by
'Phone No. 8, or by mall, Box 727.
SPOKE AND RIM FACTORY.
9-7 0. W. REAoAN, Agt.

<(eo. Wray, the expert tuner of the
Htslifax Music House, Daytona, visits
this city. Leave order at Weibe's. tf


wNl. WITH EC IfiA


And Other Itching Burning

Scaly Eruptions with

Loss of Hair


Speedy CureTreatment$1 .25
Bat.-c h- affected parts with Hot Water and Cuticura Scap (25c), to
cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the tichmansd
cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and apply Cuticara Olatnft
(50c.) freely, to allay itching. Irritatia and inflamamtion and sooth
and heal, and, lastly, take CtlJera Resolvent (s0c.) to cool sam
clease the blood. A single set (price, $1.25) is often. sufficiet to
care the most tortuarng, disfigur g and humilating ski, scalp aed
blo3d humors, with less of hair, whem all else fails.
This sweet and wholesome treatment affords instant relief, pier
Yiit. rest and sleep In the severest forms of (tezema and other Itec-
tiu. burning, and scaly humors of the Akin. swalp. and blood, uand pots
to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure whenu other remedies
ii'. "-
TheI agonizing itching and burning of the kin. as in .'zoma; the
frig.htfo;l se..he. as in psoriasis; the lwss of hair anil dcruting of the
:-dl. us i:i n-adl bead; the facial distigurenent. as in rnipile and
S.z-wtr;!i; tithe awful suffering of infants anal tt:,. :rwxiter of worn-
* ; :.<. :: in milk -r;s't. better, and sai rhi.iir4n--a:ll demand a
;..:- j" .Ivs:'-'t speiwrhra'.! virtues to sw **-ully e*rpe with
S ;,< ('tticurn rem'-tdie are sI-h stand: ,- 1.;! l.t':,; ctnd all
*: %'ient is PmaIl regarding them that i; !t jn.-tiftled by
t;. -.';>hne. The- inrity and sweetntss. -- iower- to tof
,* i tat r,.-Iir, 1!ir c.rt inty of speedy mu l pi *ur*n:t ;; t. tr


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You Want


Good Shoes

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

One Dollar
AND
A Half S oe
ever hrought to Oeala. Thet stock is
of prime satint calf, selected for ser-
viee. The soles, inside and out, and
the counter- are of solid, one piece s
sole leather The el-istic in this con-
grem style is gturante d by the mIak-
ers for eighteen month hs.
Your Pri*e! I
Your Opportunlty.

JM.NihIljY, ,
TIE SCOE A fA HAT XAK
Merchants' Block. Ocala, Fla. !

Try the new remedy for costivenes, .
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'T
Tablets. Every box guaranteed. g
Price, 25 cents. For sale by the Anti- e
Monopoly Drug Store. m 0
It is estimated that the cabbage
crop in the neight orhood of Corpus r
Christi, Texas, will this season amount .


to 700 to SOU carloads, representing
$200,(0IO to be divided among one hun-
dred growers. That's the way they
do things down in Texas and a glance
at the strawberry and orange ship-
ments from our state will show that
Florida is not far behind her big Texas
sister, and yet there was formerly a
suspicion that the south was shiftless
and its climate enervating.
An important meeting of the O.'a':
board of trade was held in the council
chamber last Tuesday afternoon for
the purpo'-e of listening to Major
Campbell's proposition to establish a
sugar cane syrup refinery in Ocala.
No industry that has ever been con-
templated has been so thoroughly ad-
vertised nor commented upon more
favorably than this one. Besides the
large number of letters Major Camp-
bell is receiving and marked copies of
newspapers containing favorable com-
ments, he is receiving substantial en-
couragement in the way of individual
subscriptions. The board of trade
pamed a resolution commending the
enterprise and complimenting the
Major for his foresight, industry and
enthaniaem
For whooping-cough, asthma, brotn-
chitis or consumption, no medicine
equals Ballard's Household Syrup.
Price 25 and 50 ets. Anti-Moropoly
Drug tore,. m


The Ocala Banner is in receipt of a
little pamplet entitled "Experiments
with Fertiliiers," which has been pre-
pared by the supervising committee
of the experimental farm of the North
Chrolina state horticultural society for
gratuitous distribution among farm-
ers. The object of this publication is
to instruct farmers how they can carry
out practical fiold tests on a simple
scale, to show which combinations of
plant food are needed. At the North
Carolina experiment farm they have
the most complete line of experimen-
tal work on fruits and vegetables in.
auiuraled il this country, and the
little book ladicated is quite in kepp-
Iag with the work of the farm. The
books of value to every southern
hirmer. It can be had free of charge,
by ad sing the mperlt &t of
Experiment Farm, Southern Pines,
N.C.
MrI. Hemklah BmaUreiet, edieor
of Youth's Companion, who spends
his winters nla the beautiful Utlle vil*
labe of Belleview, this county, re-
cently gave utterance to the following
in the Chicago Times-Record: "Pro-
tooted rops is the new trend of coun-
try life. Under this system ten acres of
land are enough. Holland ordered
back the sea and became rich in her
protected gardens. Florida is recov-
ering through her protected orange
grove, and she promises to become
more prosperous than ever before.
Her trees are well worth protection.
I have seen a grape fruit tree near
Belleview, Fla., that bore 1,500 grape
fruit yearly, worth $1.0o. One hun-
dred choice e;range trees would give,
one a good income. Why did the
orange groves fail? For want (;f pro-
protection.'


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nbow To S so mls
tavanua Morsing News.
Fifteen citizens of O-ala, Fla., have
tarted a movement to ere a sugar
and syrup plant at that place. They
have issued a prospectus ouilining
their proposed plan, and it ougiit to
be attended with suctes*s. It i 4 o-
posed to form a -con;panly %i 1 a.

capital of I.Wto for ti e b)oilinig and
refuiuing of syrup and sugar. Sh:ir. s
are to be t149) each, payable ill instal-
ments. As soon as half of the capi-
tal has been raised, the organization
will he perfected. As the business
grows the eapidta will he increased.
The sumn named as the original capi-
tal will be increased. It is pointedl
out that, while the :;ntie season is
short, the power machinery needle not
remain idle between seasons. It can
te tused for other purpose re,-;iring
power, in the grinding of corn for
instance, thus making it prxdintlive
of an inicoqie the year around.
By establislting a mill for cane a:
Oalta the farmers ,f .Mariou county
will be aflTorded a market for their
.aue. The market, for the pro )f the mill is already made. There
s a demand for all the sugar and high
grade syrup that can be prodmuc-il.
'he syrup, however, must he unif rrmi
frade and good quality to secure re-
munerative prices. It is to be the care
if the plant to secure this uniformity.
U'der the existing system of syrup
niaking in Florida, hardly two bar-
els of syrup, even when boiled by
he same man, are of the same grade.


This fact, very naturally, k-eps Flor-
ida syrup from a:c.iuiring a reputation
for excellence. And, it may be re
marked right here, that what i.- said
of Florida in connection with this
%a r r Sil f-tin fl fl flnfl-ari -w. th


Cleanse

Your Blood
The caui-, of all spring humors,
pinples ;i '.ei c::,- ,i No::s. ;s wll a;.
of that ti:', I ;.. .:'l r i'r
title, is .ui:'!. in impure, ,1-pilfru
blood.
Thi, perfect 1I(od r1 piiri:,er is
IHxlood's .rsu>aril:,, as mltitudes
know by expieri-nce.
It cur-as all Htoo, Idisea;ses, from
the smalles-t pimple to th'e stubborn
scrofula sre from morning tired
nesstoextrltnien trvious prostration.
Begin taking it TODAY.


HOOD'S-

Sarsaparilla
Is Amle'ric i's. r,- tgst Spring I edi-
cine. Be sure to gct Hood's.


PURE WATER.


A Pure Water Still.
Will give you pure -'nd palatable
water, aud this will not only prevent
many diseases, but thousands testify
to having leent curedi of fevers, rheu-


matism, ,-hills andi fevers, malaria,
nervous prostration, gall stoues, gravel
constipation, kidney, liv-r and blad-
der troubles, etc., by the f-ee use of
distilled water.
Write any or all the parties referred
to below, en'lo)-iting taunp.
. TL T i" .l i. 'i J,)-', C '.v Z: %. I
1 1 1. .... A .. v -


eivial forr'e'toi Sovl i(~-oti* i ith thu l .i .tt ':1,!." ~-:~
Tlhe hproslie'etus eatif he Oe4a:t W;I )-*j lcltn :~n 1-
aiuel smrup etiterj-ri-4, *i~svri'. s ~'ac ~ :2 I1:~. ~.I":22
troith., t ha t %v+- ha v f 1no L-r liq 1"i to tll %vat.,r 11.1 -t 2
eomplaiitiof hi1,rd titnhes :as blonP4:%k'+e mr,;-:nnit- \V. ap.\ neiree't to take a an tof thoinp. i' .:7t .......


portuntitie,* li-tl it our fet1 by a boun-
tiful inaturt. Our soil, i says, i.' s;
rich in u l'yrup a- ;lthe il oi' P.-ti-vl-
vania i,. in oil. 'Iv BY nipl ,vij], tile
same degree of eine-r.gy, we 'n pro-
duce syrup in almost as great Iultan-
tities as Penur-ylvania is proiu.ieing
oil. The average Florida anid south
Georgia pine lands will produce six to
eight barrels of syrup to the acre,
while the best pine, mixed woods and
hammock lands are good for trorn ten
to thirty barrels to the acre. "Is not
this a mine worth working?" asks the
prospectus. It certainly is, anud the
Floridians and south Georgians are
losing time by not going ahead and
working at once. The Ocala people
propose to begin on a small scale, and
work up to a bigger one. Their ex-
ample ought to be followed through-
out the section.
Many a fair young child, whose pal-
lor has puzzled the mother, until bhe
rightly suwpec'- her darling was
troubled wita worms, has regained
the rosy hue of health with a few
doses of White's Cream Vermifuge.
Price 25 cts. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. nm


Griner Farm.
Special Correspondencc Ocala Banner.
We are having go- d showers fre-
quently, much to the delight of the
farmers.
Mr. Buford Leitner sustained some
painful injuries one day last week
while working with a horse. He had
three ribs broken.
Mr. "Monk" Halsell, of Cordeal,
made a business Lrip here last week.
Mr. Sarah Priest, accompanied by
her mother, ms. C. Leituer, visited
MM. L. L Pnestt 880dy
Mr. C. M. Mupay has purchased a
new home much to the gratification of
his ftnily.
Mmr MMIWean was visiting her dauwb-
ter, Mrs. Lee Priest, a few days this
week.
Mises SaUina and Florence Sims,
of Marshville, were visiting in this
vicinity recently.
Mr. B. H. Leitner has the finest
watermelons of the season on his three
acres.
Mr. John Scirborough, of Pana-
soffkee, was visiting his parents last
week.
Mr. Hullum Jones has the best
cantaloupes in this section. He expects
to commence shipping in ten days.

To Heal a Hurt
I're BaRuer Salve, the great healer.
It''- guaratiteed for nuts, wounds,
. Take n, -ili,, utc. AToi-!onopoly
Prui; S;.' ,.i


AL41'ACA. Nta : ~-. !t'.To The Public.
(.J. N1ofet! or Dl-a r S:i- riiia 11a ini a & 4a



infanztt-. I 1l':Itv, u.'-d i, -ith) .-~ ~ r V 'jr~.,:~ ~ '


! M M. 'Liu"'". N.;, :I :-,v itl. M -v
Sw it" w a., i:1 lt it:t" 1 1i' \lt< r u-itl :!.i

M r-. J. lnl n-.i n-;'"i,;i I:" i k, \ .. w rite-.
F,;r a year prior t.> 2 '-ing : t-Il I 1i-cal
milner:il watt r xclu-.,iv ,'v. owillg to d.:angce-
inctit of the tomiiacl. I :andl the i-tillted water
equally beiefictal .antd i ut :iao othcr.
1). D. Wilkins. MeIiI;r.l. N J writes-: reI -
oiumctid it to ainyoaue who wanilts relict from
constipation '
Mrs. Hattie Spangler. l.'ica. Intl., writes:
"Distiu!ed water has ;roulght me from having
lain in bed for ten months with nervous pros-
tration to the ability ofai.,iisting in the household
duties."
C. H. Cjinnou. St. Paul. writes: "I lent my
Still to a friend whose aged m( thcr was so badly
crippled with rheumatism and lime deposits in
the joints, that her hands were halt closed and
her toes were turned under her foot She could
not, nor could anyone else. lbend her hands or
toes without breaking them. By using distilled
water, inside of four months she could walk on
her feet and put the palms of her hands so close
together that you could not see between them."
S. R. Robbin, Malta, Mont., writes: It has
already straightened out tw, cases of diarrhoea
caused by drinking bad water here."
M. J. Brimberry, Olla. La', writes: "since
using distilled water. I haven't been troubled
with chills and fever. or malaria in any ot it.s
forms R.C. LoviIrrxin;, AgL
5-o10-2t Ocala. Fla.


GET A WATCH
That can be depended
upon. Get one from us if you
want one that is a reliable time-
piece, and that will give satis
faction in every particular. We
have a fine assortment of watch-
es of the best makes, and can
suit you in price and quality.

A. E. BURNMTTo,
OUALA. FLORIDA.


--For- -


Pure,


Fresh


Drugs


C. W. PP LL. r A. K. HAWKE
WeLLr The Famou. Atlanta i


Land Expert
And Promoter
Of Florida Enterprises


Services offered free to all who ,le-
sire to immigrate to Florida for actual
and permanent settlement, to invest
money or promote enterprises for the!
benefit of the public. Special and
free attention to parties who want to!
colonize.
A sielf-addret-sed stamped envelope
will receive prompt attention.


OCALA


- FLORIDA


Meeting of the Medical Examining
Beard.
The next regular meeting of the
Medical Examining Bose rd of the
lifth distrietof Florida will be held at
the flies of M3eKinstry & McKin-
stry in (iainesville, Fla. on May 15,
IWll. G.:o. E. Waur-i. M. D.,
-1.. .Seretary.


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GOLD .IHIl)AL
Highest Award ll, ,,f Hl .

F~a1tII~iI


H %k- wI
peddledM. R _1..~ja*a fa w~


Foley's Kidney C
AMU$Akas kadbddd ysf


CWhoJEFFORDS

Wholesale and Re-'ail


GROCERIES

A Full Line of Grain. Provisions and Fan,_ % Iro.ri .-r
At Lowest Price-. Give me a triil **n Tlt-, .;.... '
I G guarantee the Q quality and ti. I' ri .
I sell the WHITE LOSE CANNED VEGE-
TABLES, FRUIT 4 *ND MEATS. nd rth.
cannot be ext'lleld for purity and1 fr.*i'--. %n'ia-l--
,aris furnished for trial, and your in iin.- r, tiiiw..-.,l if
not satisfactory. Nothing better pun 'li, Try 'h Im.


Dry Goods, Hats, Notions, Elt

AT COST
-- Until the whole stock of these gootf i- j,'-l,,,,t --c".


O)CALA -N. W. Oor. -Square]


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BARBED WIRE, CUT AND

WIRE NAILS, PAINTS

OILS, VARNISHES, AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD,

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPE AND FIT-


TINGS, EVERYTHING

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COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRA.'Tr

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BLUE FLAME OIL


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iThe paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1ol1.


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Vt ni i-VIN4.I Regaining Lost Ground.
AU!i~ 1'. '140 'itt. .1 trne-a Sim.i, ont. of the III!
t .V I IIAk S tuid ma*~rk- to-,' 41. Ajj,,Srori ti- x a
11'~ V~liIM- lf,1 r.a;h .rt ~tvtto, (4)r; E t.e
I. I I I.r li ~~-e' nar wi tig ver VI vZ4)rm 01A-
441-1' AT T11F lv awil jsrmiii I=- a vet Ii .lspt:11! ieloto
fruit tile 4e4)Ih[111 sifytaOti. m rS i is I
ha., twetiTv--4-eu.-z:r.e-.whic~hi lie lh-~
I*- Lo&Uitr. euhlvtesA!I vry dilihgently --inee II..
-- 41 'iasm tr~bu!- frec;e. mid lie fe.ls tli:it
men iiI IIlabo~rs will Io.e rt-wanrl~-di 113Iis fod.t
He s%s ~.that -i.4-m-of lhis' tg--t';havfe
i"'ru.- fruit eVery yt Ar siticta that di--
11- ttl .,. ater anid this year Ili- entire twell-
t v-t.eren ave% ,is .while With l'lotoiru.
mt Ilw; .r. Simt- tvy Mt utth ile l o (ratnv
ithe utay. jrower'. :are a-vi fuov~ant as theyv wer"
:t .vi ~ i- nT. wh-le ti :- Wzr!~.t wee pitrd
~~ ~~-.,Iz jrt'iiIIo ., ith. r

3t 'Mi r..I. itoi. ht-n-S irDa.m*~i. 4)f Ct rt

ftler- in i i t It 'u tet w itiot b- o
he Simiz i will )gnlill I"--er-
itm- i-otaJ. 4.-lraig i ;-v pin- I r poin th.
I Iiot. -.'s I*r- ~'111 iitterthat -,rrisit of Mrivili n tht

jam it''~ t~itb~atjiiifor the futurei
a I un.- eel,-
'%I s~f ltht-iwu I-mitr., Hf says hei and
LMikes 11.4p.. *5 mji the 4)'ng vgov aroundo

Uandoler andi 14'tk-- Weir e.trrits one
5~~~~oe torIv ~ ~ .k the- ha'tuvoir days Ijertrethe
mti.'I 0aird i; rt-:fk fret /o He s-'w some groive~z in
,I 13..AlII I'd .'l Lks- vtinlYv ,hat will 4.a-i13'bear I s
lsursered I'x.'-to the aere.
~** ~ l't~r' -,i~* **i.-'t1(11 I.ut that I'ak'.
~ ~ urand Nari-,ai 'v'unitt- wilil again i-


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-OS11i4UiI %,-a til-S! --ut 014 gri.ta Il
si. *vt ~ sits-eI-erto -w-I --u* ii
11,1ho *l ..r.*W I 't Ii ;, .. allott I ,10. 1 1
GOOT % *VIA t Iu?7 '"'A.-etU5 lit-
WWUt) .1i I.I 11as e -A I ihoi "IsIovtI AI e a.4
"salmIe% ., stel t oI.-oisedi .41, trtsltt that.
polsm "i aeI- : ;erv Dat. fsetl killer is
of Npolollin obese
Tb ~r bI N todiril"euor" *,f the state
kk iniamnu mwill sueot at 141
AogisUw May z.4tb. Tb.' stat.. fair
WO wa sbestmAasode Al iso ctsiuttosf
twJaobummviiw in. -
1k. 8 K. fttirwm, totff (sanaemlha,,
modeo the (N'si Itseu'.dunmag the
poliniii ommwith Mgmssm. was 'ask-
log buses with boo vetefmn omrardis
p 4i say mWleft Pfor hi. bomie thus
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aw r r IIiy.ova towpbhokmspbe for,
ieqwmm. sw. in 4 k%"la oiumItig
on. fIv .0 T161'fI0 Us a' eeliqeu
Oers.an &AmI to Ibe 4 %-wksRaaute tIhi
-- ksm. will s.rr-st th-. attetetiosiaoilf
tbim&alu pu4-t.e
"t A fe.MelIg-li. a fr-uil hiu~e-r 40
41i~o.,lg41 is .. a u-t $oi11t14-
4 we" H.."e. "r tjage-le'we% tite'.--:
a aw4ulla g I. I r 1.- 4l%-in, *.ut t110% 1*4
hbII~ %r Is. ,-.11. 0- tIIIV fro-. re-, aim- Ihi-

41011111liftIa11- 's a IN..
Vd~t tw & frita,.sif


of %la.ttte. *qt,1141149-10
~~ seet to -.surye'in.'iut a- Wow-t


v % tl% '1 it a i so 1 'eb

qP a i all i.~. j ii.- aseI# u Sar
Ob io al's a ie~ut Ws fsil
a 5.. ul r" v agingo.tt 1'.-d sill -%*-
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A~tlum ,.ia, Het'....* Ietrfirtsou

Ibb wf.4.fit",..4...seutia at11
111111" 4111 II' maiole ee1046 a W U 4

&tA 01441 t ku9. be we of.iia &e

Oft, .b.-A-t a Solelms. 'louew ts.
am 4111O"01I -14 *. PIA44


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*iej;-- ..A*Oate-v41 lmmi-
Oft F&---- of A.. 1 a44,


Salt Springs. j X" D
WV ir Park, 1-i.. April 'ISS. i
." I : i eai
hin view olf the faswt r hat a great del,~L J. \W.
hras b~een said re-f-itly 1as to tihe nwtti I-
ei na T prs sjsrt je"of the Nw ttvrs 'if Pie-
rimi Sjoriiig. S i~t 14prng, ated oin FLO REI DA
if),. St. Hernatnd' /. grant, the follow- In s
ill-- heIalth allalv-i- Of, th iat water, ETAIS.F
kindly rmadse by Prof. H. K. Miller, J.II
ce1IQ .t:i-t at 0,vFlorida Agrivultural
Colev maI*:.r. ill be of ill 1.-rest.
You I'- -inverel v.
R. L. MARTIN. G M


S,:t'il I V V
T. ",t' ,li' ... -; par per mi'.liou.
. -,I :-I l I : : :

Slilt

i [I ad; liii')in to tl )" i> sti; tuen tall-
lil-tedt tIh. wa.r .ot:ains a large
!atio; tnt of i:Lanel.it'r u..n ilphate- anti
an apilre:'-inl;I.- : m in,'it of hydrog.un
-i -ulpl ide. Th" :Ia J.earatice, 4-l-ar;
i alor, thiti o,,f Mulpiat r watlr: :suspenid-
Si :L i mtatt.r, white ll.occ.uleilt ptartiles:
re n-idiu, (i ignition, etarkene-l: roee-
tioni of the residue, alkaline.
Tlhf-e are two c.I jeptionahle features
to this water for drinking purposes.
The albuminoid ammonia is much
higher than is regarded safe. The to-
tal solids aie too great for a water
which is To be used constantly. It is
quite pos-siibl that the water, used
.-intriu~ly, may be bfenelicial in cer-
tain disease,' and digestive disorders.
Before drii'king, however, I should
desire ;o know trh-t its use had not
bleent followed by ill results on account
of tiih tact that it i.' contaminat-ed


with org inic natter.


ulItt,- of t,- state. N : I only l ttIle what is known
:'as a ti-altl aualy-is. The altuninaoI
School Closing Exercises. a: tniiiUttoni in the water is pr l>:tbly de-
'rm ..l.-tum ex.-ri--.es of t.h) O.talta rived from decaying vegetable ruat-
.i.i.1l ho.I pr. ais e t tt a r. The ehl-orine in the water i-,
*. in rv r re-pect. The tiiial M ost pulbably coubiued with sodium,
arnaias i..s' are nearly tinit d ani though some of it may be combined
th- p.romu litin cards will be issu-d With I'ldiU:L and1 somtie within magne-
next TuetVy. Ant admission fee of sluln. H. K. MILLER,
twetly <.-nUis for all over twelve years Chemist.
of saxt atid ten ceits for children un- I The Best Prescription for Malaria.
dl*r twelve y*-ars will be charged to Chills and fever is a bottle of tirove's
d1. fray all ex..ie-sies of the entertain- Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
mn. n and tl y the rent of the organs iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
us. d mu the so-ve-ral departments of the No cure, no pay. Price 50 cents. :
wes ol. If th-re should be a surplus --- -.
Seile ef Mayor Bowdem s Letters.
it will twe apptied to the incidental ex-
en-eu. of the ehool n -it session. The Mayor's mail for the past week
Eve-y cent *illiee fully accounted for has been the largest in the city of
to the wOtard of trustees and full state- of Jacksonville, and while hundreds
me-ut plp I shted. have through communication volun-
Ca....eev. r body and lend your en. teered aid, the recent destruction has
etouramti.**t to tie children, developed a choice lot .of idiots who
No remerved seats. Curtain will rise exist elsewhere in the country. Sotne
at lSo'iI.-k J. VARN, have wi ten that they predict d
Principal. the calamity on account of( the sins of
the Jacksonville people. Others
Whist Club Eatertained. dreamed that they saw Jacksonville
Mrs N i. Aired delightfully en-' ablaze on last Friday night. One fel-
Mr _. N%. Pt Ydulgh Ladies Whist low who should be tarred andl feath-
<4 oits last F .t afteri SI ,44 fists, %0.61 4 won to tii0 that he was having a great deal of
S.r 4 r-,. _., ,o h vi.sitor. priz-, satisfaction reading an account of the
SS,.l,. '. tllov. w s won oI tire. He said he had been praying f'r
As- .. "11 s a tire for Jacksonville for ten years.
,r.- *. k.. A freak who pl**.ei on ex-
rti.-. ,s ib t. ,, tained yetiterdav
m,,r..,(e, es l, Sara E Hrrr.-. jhibition comes from Beaufort, S. C.
. He writes that h,. will furnish a thous-
.. a.... .If ther We., at.ihers, and negroes f-,r Jacsouville, who will
.... .. t .%*o.r%. pris, alto a suve.n.r work at Sl.*) .aebh per day. if the city
.... ,iap.redt by Mi.i Nellie will pay him $5 each for securing
#.tr. them. H- wants his mouey in ad-
.s, it- 4i.. e ....t -tweek vance. There are sores of such let-
ii i I .I Iters being received from such people.
-Jaeksoinville Metropolis.


a "I lParty.
tol i'.edmwfs~ay ate-rnotoon ~h~
torr Weatfivr.- eit-rait "I m te s e w

I tu ri PevslI fi isi-Ot maZL.4 r Ultilt
t e ik eaIlia g.C tue Ai' r -sud'.t
utjp tI at f ile Iau sf 1611-01 WO-Ifil her.
111t* V-0 iti-W uo gaes.4we r.- piA%
.-st .41i.1 11640- ifeigsthttf&,l evretli~g. was
%w .U- ,lt Weattn-t'o gUeriCS4011t1111A
Fo.rsf. tidrri-, Mrseorn.. Ford, Litoyut,
4'twI P hairs- asrsdI lay lor.
ieg0s ito eghl0U0
TtwIe.. looelsuse 4mrtierlh e mt week
Isass b-.is *erautsalloilly s-zisg i aaadss-
,eUuwudt~aa- tier a --r Tamps m'.11, ie,
*~~~~,4 rsoala -lgc utl thne diMmsUee'amy

lbs ? asis190uu1lwith Smut. alher-
.t..*. aj U .4 *0epte*1Losl.te mu It Woo
too&sI. d i .b'e'piito th ie dssp'u-
VAIV ..'* 4 it:ltse holumae fly A
le.t I' .I. hc iiiolica~Le Its

Mrs .We" DONCOM~SIF on.
'-.* 4* 8%4 11(th&atiLaepi"
61t'f.49 -1*U~*lsie I to abajdtiu


sCOes


EmloSIn
f Cod Liver Oil is the means
S life, and enjoyment of life to
1,ousands: men women and
'ildren.
When appetite fails, it re-
es it. When food is a
rJen, it lifts the burden.
When voulose flesh,it brings
plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
Sis heavy, it makes life
t. .t
Sis the thin edge of the
JAe: the thick end is fooc .
what is the use of fooc.
you hate it, and can't d-
t iR,


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Unitt of e-7ery lcewriptim r~ ~eclsi &-to
Wad'* tburlsJ 'ervices.
Embalming to Order.


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FolQDh..


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tailoring


Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths. .


Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaran teed.


FERRY'S

You
J^^Hr&now wbat
you're planting
when you plant
Ferry's Seeds. it you
buy cheap seeds you can'
besure. Take no chances -
gaLt Ferry's. Dealers every-
where seU them. Write
fr 1901 Seed Annual-
masilled f r
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THEIRI


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~, "'H H relations existing i
SI between this bank t
and its customers !
i l are close and cordial. We *
esteem it a compliment to i
| have people lay claim to it
I as bein. THEIR bank. Is
it also YOURS ?


Munroe &

Chambliss

J BANKERS

j Ocala Fla. I




G. A. NASH


Has a New Line of


LA DIE'S


CLOTH


Henriettas, Black Crepons,
Lace Curtains, and other
Furnishings,


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Ladies' Underwear, Etc.

Everything Will Pe Sold Way
Down For Cash.
New Goods Being Received
Weekly. Give us a Call
and be Convinced
That our Prices
are Right.


G. A. NASH,


OC LA - FLA.

BDrd
Having opened a first class board-
iug house one block south of the
Methodist church, on Llouth Ma'n
street, (The Commercial House) I am
now prepared to furnish good board
and lodging to several persons by the
day or week. G. F. WILLIAMS,
4-5-m Proprietor


**- RALEIGHI



.. a PURE RYE





This Whiskey is



Seimended for medici-

) nal purposes, being

Absolutely PU RE.

and Free from all

adulterations. It is

Heartily recommended by the best

Medical authorities.
) For sale exclusively by

E GEO. A. HUTCH INS Manager
SMcGrath's Denot for Imnorted and Domestic Wines.


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Mir. Editor. I ami a vry ,ii,:
reader f 4new'-paper- :w.d s::.ker
news. There is tut .ittl, in a ne-v
paper that esoa,:)smy rnyattentiom, iut
of which is :'ause-'l I,y a sincere desi
to see in print that even one spind
has I -en sartfd, that a ti.- :t ij
micht he made, t utilize another
Florida's re-ouri-es, and to in.lur,-
the planter, at leaLst, a fair proporti,;
of the .,reat wfalt!, th'it is ,ra):It i i
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sunshine, wear b' t : lot he., .,Pe s t



ing.
The other who makes the seed pa
all the expense of converting iuto lin
worth, manufactured, all the wah
from fifntety cents to fiw.e dollar ype
pound, when Le dresses in purple anio
fine linen, smoke best cigars, ride,
fioadnest bicycles and automobiles, goek
to operas, who makne suppers, oes to th
eaworthside, takes trips around the wora
has homda to clip coupons from to pal

hakespbere most have ad theride
two clamyes before his mind's eye
when the phrase "Look upon thi
picture, and then upon that," wa
coined. There is a great difference
tween this representation, which ih
as., a between the two pictures ii
Jlet
4 COld planters, come out of that anm
Help us to solve this prol lem of re
uOing sugar and syrup and canning
it, which you have to my certain
knowledge, harped up for the last
eitieen years.
Young man, stick to those plouw
candles and at the end of the hoe
handle and increase your acreage o
both eottm and cane, watch "Pap'
and argue with him about the differ.
IaS between solintg cotton in the
sGadaIa the Hst, or selling in thi
ams tor the o So.
An the qwutien with him, ahoal
the oe la preo t betwet seno a
Sd merwe, pat up In aloe eam
MiM an aiate label, fj r whice
o have the wWM Nbr a market, and
Wthefri Othe u defdl anD arsrue
mad o p, as at present, on th
a0t4t for wbhik thee IO no demand
Gber than ll
It y- have get the "cotton and
Wea ,O te" like Andrew Carnegie bad
"moa Smm" wheM he was of youi
ge and worklg for probably eI-
mone, them is the same chance fto
ad there was hir him.
laJatis auletelaakea special ples
to plater.. C(ae up and help us
weor to you the very beet probable
co one in which we all can join.
V we have sense enough to make

Bew's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, 0.
We, the codersigned, hv -e kniwuj
F. J. Ch uen v for the last Ifl 'er: vyiin
and tl(!erve hint perfor':tly V '?nc-i Ite
in ) ll u n i!H r.-. ,>...i,. ;..- .. .3 .. .


laws W, govern and direct the man-
agement of finance and transportai-
tion companies we have been told
anti had "ding-downmd" into us for
die lut I wenriy year-, we b:iv.t-:-ew-c


eliouli~lkto eonolu- jt i e I
whia, ,ve'prop4)s4.
T he- ., n 4~ if t his i v ~~
Phpos- ,, w illli eti lie foirk-run.n~er ;i ta


-tuo(Ilier lettkir.

w ily13 ve I ;aN, v '.lf i '&i-e J1. d rv -:L:
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u rlA. X A M P I El I ,,


Thousands Sent Into Exile.

A L : .lti a r. -l 4 u Wl 1 t 2 4 r





1)4.1 :ii W :vo ld ,. a d a ll [) )a aw hi h a -


iii-vai-e,4on ear, Ih. he first i .e I 'ii;o
rel'oi 9'. Astound i nir curi s ri-:ulr fi ol02
Il1 se. Trial hot hes "rte At



The Insurance Losses.
tj 1 .pil k


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Ani-ri<,a...... ...........


Palat .................
Lancashire ...... .... ......
St,'tish Union and Nation:l .
(1erniao-Amwerica .......
Glenn Falls....
Phoneix A Lodi..t ..........
Tuetonia .. ........ .... ....
Q ueen .. ...... .........
Greenwich........ ...........

Traders....i ....... .. ...........
CoGntiental..............
Firmen's Fund...........
Philadelphia Underwriters.
St. Paul .. ...................
Fire As.ociation ..... .......
Pennsylvania ............
Phenix........... ..... ..
Im perial........ ............ .... ..
Pacific ........ ......
Niagara ......................
New York Underwriters.......
Hamburg.Bremen ..............
Northern ...........................
Royal ........................
London Assurance...............
Indemnity .. ............ .
Southern ..... ... .........
Amerleak ........... .
Sun (Ruglnd).....................
Orien .t ..... ..............
Phoex (Hartford)..... .
Go me..................
dUmtyt m. .................
B an a .......................
, en d...w, gaod...... .



.lwr e ....... .........

Gi ar ..............................
Makgenbrg .................
Hlvetla-8wli, Balviae and


S ves........... ................. 383000

Total........................... ... ..$4,748,000
I*ured a Smaseg Sore.
r "I had a bed running sore on my
breast for over a year," says Henry
B. Richards, of Willeyville, N. Y.,
, "and tried a great many remedies,
but got no relief until I used Banner
, Salve. After using one half box, I
was perfectly cured. I cannot recom-
mend it too highly, and will never be
without it in the house." Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
What Does He Want.
The'anuford Chronicle says: "And
un,,;' Dr. Muuyon, the millionaire pat-
et n-.dichie, man, announces hir i:-
Ste :t i. to $ tflll.'' e1 a citizru of Flh r, ,.
\ 'Vi !i: o r 'io };-< b a i t 't "4
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Pleased With Nis Effort.-
If we e'iich Ithe full f.oree of N1r. J.
C3 ijE)4)ce'49 ideq a c.)rreetly, the
MAraIl g4'st I lzimt to himt ablout the in-
eurail le i -a; iily d ivEort-t-' lii! hevoin-
i:1Z r a \x,4:s ,!!:ki it sh.)ultri have
iw sO- l t s :iftier II,.,-- -twa ki it) L in o p
'1 4 t o It :tI p &-.. for "'41 lY 11. lf it)
mo q or.i-iud
a _- 4;::-.t Gi e iC :1' )4i4 t o f t hI le ije l,,'i r
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like h iux "114' i, 1,titl t.. x. :' n orth-t
eri w hiteJ man' :4'.-no, liike'h im a ud1


dol-1f O)ehs 1OW '),T s Chi( atta-1
1104* 4.raLITimes, th e'( ivi i tt ewg% Tr adt~ es-n
nh:tn, the New Yo1'k T i-iwa nd theP
Philadelphia T imz.H H- i s -,r ip-r
ro.tring expansionist.T

Texas h as a Itro~e miiilm.dollar'
Hogg.TThey(d10t bigs g raudly iritheL
Loue 6tars tate.'


The( 'arne~i"ipw ere ljibem~lt tiverstT




ETiffFIRSTiSTEPt


I
to baby's he-alth imis-, v taie!j )efom
baby.*s birth. The cl;. I -nu have no
more health th"n the gives it.
A healthy inother, of 1xx1v and
cheerful of mind, vill -.dow the'child
vv, her own phv-
health and
-posi
cbcerful dis -
tion Many a wife
Who had dreaded
motherhood b e -
cause of past ex-
periences of pre-
misery of
mind and body
has F a mn I a new
em to her
with use of
Dr. MUCRIS Ps-
vorite
flow It gives
phys-ka
ine"the
an& indam n-_
-,a--
.Mmq?6 It
and
fAD the
mato
ndro so dist dw bk& is qM,*"*"V
Witbout pW*M of M It wnbWe
the M M fl- Pe to PIOVJ& a
of hm Put for the
child. It makes weak sbmg
and A& woons weU.
There is no ak-abol in t raverite. Pre.
sc#ption and it is absolutely fme fmm
opum, cocaine, and an other narcotics.
Sick women are invited to con=lt Dr.
Pierce by letter free of charge. All cor.
MNWU Strictly private and sm=Wy
confideint;-11- Addre-is Dr. R_ v. pierei,
Buffalo, N. Y.
"I gladly recomTnenoj Dr. piel-eq..,s Fav"Hte
Prelocription.' writes iiirrp. j. W. G. Steephen%.
Mwa. Northii-naerlard co., Virginia. -Before
7ny thin] littw !)ov was jy'I-!j I -,ook six bottle,.
He is the finvc'. child an- 'x L-,t,72 Ir.ota 1,irtli.
suffiercd cry much 'S n"ic, n I (!id I-,;:fc)re


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Sash Doors,

Farm 0 g Tool%


READY IXED PAINTSP


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There is no ,Inrupuj in tamO N"'3
-Dubtead of giving, it tokes Mmob
to digest it. It pwfm [to be C25" I j


buying mtrat-be sure to pe
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-t*nder and eboice. Pow a
Uwe it owd be and put som"
yew demseb wbich mW pW"
.Yew b Rn a OW d"" bind to$
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SOLD AT ALL MIJUG' S1.701-ES.
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in Health.


11 i sord L r ',I th e
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~ awhie a" weud 13r o t)
~. hat It mAt beremabeuber


he these wa 13tb ewakyk
--- ev. baIf thechild Uris
m the be too of then. ifthe
Obwmatthe k r t. hnthe c hil
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30d Chatqyg.d to P.oiszn.


Or II kia. I: Iil,- x:t i t",(
1 6 11fr ii 1 a *gn .I-4 1 'A 4va-1, t- Li t I y
1; ts ~ ~r. !.N. vcujr a1: 11Et- I 1 i IllI


a *. *-' --. =i k, I. :aea I tm~. r-~t:, :
iskiduo-y tand Uam-,Itroe..(-
4Izi~ bCi' %'rre'r &t ri..'. 4

Th.- flmad~untame cif Dceica:..
Tho a -Ii t~- wut her little sztory 1back,
with Ii.1 p444. 61i 14'. I12;1tiiIIts dvh-eli (v.

tML..AZuI366. .A-ain s ,eut it Ia.r-tl.
4 11114'. I 1 !4 i t Al a% t-.'tui-tied WithIJi L jt'
Tv It-%!, fi r t i. tm it., tuei 'i~ :111- ,


*-1l41111tit WM.Ta Ine'S W lo-'a. if .1
110rd imei be o hIi'tth- tI at y hod z~t-i
11-1i-14 4 1 fO- 1ine.-t -N toll t i
Oft aohotswi epi


They RSaied Pairs.
W\'t, I'1ii-l p o l ::i ri' f ivl' Epise.ojual
a hIm t> :, IN.-J traiv'lina Ili ouigI t Louisi-
ai 6:t -].>t ye;irs ;fi:-t hc a ,'tt.r.sstd itn-
qllir.; t < h, ltis f-llt-w 1.S;is4 -I.Ug I w< with ;
vi.w of o>li;iiin.' k l ld e r,.-:arding
th0 ,.l: 111 4 alll frit iiii<'.sts of tLV
411:11 v'. 4
"Lku \ou raisa, ewart' iu Loo"i-;L-tli.:"
lUiquirdI the lisholip.
"We do," responded tihe Liuislauiau.
"it we have threes or bette'r."--San
Francisco Call
P"Uinew"lw the same Rule.
"Se- here, sir," exclaimed the suc-
cessfal manufacturer to Mr. Adam
Upp. his dilatory bookkeeper, "you are
"t so attUentive to business as you
might be. It has been my rule through
life to be at my desk early and late,
and"-
"Me. too," replied Mr. Upp. "Some-
tmwes I get there early and sometimes
lite."-ttbolle Standard and Times.
euable to Wtok.
Cass. Beplole, of Atwater, 0.. was.
unable to work on acconoti of kid, "-
trable. After using Foley's :KidnDt
Clne four days be was cured. A'ti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m


"Fame." said the youth with the ear-
est nltelectual expressioon. *is so hard
to attain! It Is so difficult for one to
et himself talked about'
"Humpbr' rejoined the woman with
cold blue eyes aud a firm Jaw. '"You
just ought to live up in our neighbor-
liooxl."--VWis lniiton Stnr.
Preparation EFor Confession.
A ['ri -t \v;.is c .:itl i:i I 'Atructi-lL
,tld 'ltt '.-!!i ; :-. it liK si ;.;i boy. ['rcs-
.: Iv 1 ki1. N i :'2 V '0t,03 tell lue
\ -. :; : :' '!!-c '.l* II \ :V (.'6 L ''tpay v

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'ihc tel'.tbottle .'av-
!.0 'Jhrucc ottlen curedin m

BA~NNER SALVE :1 is te Ft!!ah1-ar.


Nine=

Tenths

of

all the


j HE RBINE.


SPure Juices from Natural Roots.

DECJLATES the Liver. StMm and l k s.


;Pecple N noleansestheSystem,Purifhies b i

Suffer OURES Malaria, Biliousangs, PCmtiw"M

from a u Weak Stomach and Impairled

Diseased Every Bottle Suaraute tof 1w SdhIkL
') &kEc.;Cr: 1; O'"MxjMB, aC*
Liver. rice, .O C.nt. .
O ;Prepared by JAMES F. BML.ARD, St. LW6, lM
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Foiuirwvuiuu byAw EWE~j- Dug S-..


J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


JAPANESE


PILE CURE

Ae anew~d co= tete:ent. clws of
bupoalork,.,Cap--ulte- of Oirtmemt and two
betsor Oimuent. A never-fi~l~iug cure for
Ffle's of every nature auid degre. It ahm akeam
.upraioawih tbt- knife. whiat ispaisfut. mud
ot 1= ilg rcut death, uu~1ccp,3ry. Wen-
dure this terrible q'imea--ce, We Va& a wmtten
guaatsee in each 1, box No cove.aspay. smc
antz a box. t. 1- -,r t-.Sent by -mailt.sample.-


OINTMENT SUVfAND 04W,.
~3Q9IA1AECartd, files P1-eated. Ivy
WNW'IIUIW apaaebe Liver Mlettet. the
grvat Ihivr and 4emsch regulator and Wocod
put ieir. Small. mild-,and pliceast to take; eo-
pecially adapted for childrtina upe. ifty gdos.en
z~., Anti-Alonupow.A Dru~g tort. Ocala I


PIANO TONER.


Liquors,


Lines, Beer, 9GO rs.


FIRST CLASS POOL B


Prompt and Satisfactory Service Assured Everyeae.


JlH. MO, TON.


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Pianos and~ organs tunted, regulated
and repaired hi a tire~t elat4, mawner.
Also make a speciallY of repairing
Cune viiliml ,Y%41 uitarii.
W. S. Ir:


Foley's Honey and Tar
for children, safe, sure. No opiates.


FOR SA T T


6 ~ 1 t '6~ ~t *~ LL..1 .iLi.t


Rough I nd I inishing Lumber, laitles


School De, ks, Clitrch Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frawmes, Railings, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits. Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, 1 umed Work,
'Scroll Sawing, Lath, ,bhinglti, Etc.
PA'rTNT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
i.' tinates promptly furnished.


S ( ESPECIAL Y SELE'ITED AND
R- ReItable Garden'-' Ai)APTED FOR SOUTHEAiN
~PLANTING ... .. ...

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Ila Love With the Alafla Regfos

At4 I sski tsiwn-yt- itittre"It.-d in com-
fliii.he;otjeie (-4roamold Marion el 6Ufl#V
*titjnefl w~so have ''fli)Ved awa,% so"'4
1 i'rs-univ' that a few word-A fromnI I(Ii
111.4 it Ie C4'.-ctatile to your flai~y


;t cta'~s.- 'nth
The- .\!.tu rt-Tile
:1 t ra. ;tA -. it t Ilar i'- h t I1illy let-el

hi''-' l ~sor't ~Its-r e m --ie!rt* as ftjiit


,ujeol.4E. 1h:. 1.. v ehadul a retty fair
i-i, '.n1e til rujiart tile ditb'-rent parts
of 1"l'roh:. Hetave,.that othier- may
kis..a m an ~r, mlhat I hsvplearned of
thi-4 .'.n.: I write theseW lines:
R*efs.ro-- !i.loiict.v tt ''ii% laee I pt
sutulPtini~wri:illuonecy in iarvestigait-
its.: the- l.-tia-.-river s-qtc-t iotslid niak-
it.v onI. iar 4)1 -;, m? hat haul iel

Ifur tc i -~it ~i~li~


w. re'tI,- 14.!xrn.- '*'.. z''t"~cha
1.#-:l 1 9 '* ;
it !pleth th .y-trountlrut.en

I., ~~ fo TIl'b t -itle fturet

SiP Z4~ 'r- U:T t!,.


t '. &;t- d f>t |-<>p+-ert y :ire
v*v L,''. :':.i iout of reach of one
fii ai ., .t -r:tl|il -ei t y thie rreiat
'r- t.-. Ii:- I-peopile are at the flit' ,y
f ie it.--r'il*-i tr til'1-4prt.:t iowI] o-,ru-
pani". t1iil theyi have ni' "lhomie rar-
ket."
TLe AiA;. r-.z__ioii I fuldt with the
o---t hrti *- marke-t rtiup in the
tatit-; tlir-.e tranz'lsp'rt-ti!n h!i .--. two
rti'rom'- ai:d the gulf, and' land. iin
1ir,ved ;i::d l11iiinir'ved. with tov,-s
and Aithi.'uta, at retiimarkaii.ly lt.w I'rices
andu a larg*-r peor imni of 4 ,jod .'>il thau
ainW o'her part 0, thl-e .':t- that I have
.tu. The .e4'ple are a;l-' very hos-
i.ijail'- arid rt h- i l ,,h -\', "i s Iho 'l.I
:A1ii1d cl re!i' l .
The ro-i.-. I founl '..,.ki'., ui.t I t .
well any j'l.t a~ts fui! of fruit, a- elve-
WAIIere.
I saw w4' li4, any lhine'.s offered at a
btrraiiun '-ti I waited to( buy them
all. t ut- s I w:us ot aii'lei to lo itht I
Seht,.e thu .' that .suited im y cirvuin
stanit<-e l est andu here I "ar. f hav,-
bow t.'es" liere about eight niouths.
*a*, am nrnore pleased the longer I
Ist.y.
The enads here are good, as the soil
iei bard an;,d ,packs. One can go wher.-
F .oleap est n a bicycle. I came front
Tamlat home. thirteen miles, one
evening ton ny wheel in an hour and
a half and was not the least tired.
This ip a ine stock range, and the
A ia river abounds with salt water
Ash. We can go -from mny home any
uigbl, and with cast uet eat.h from
tIen to thirty fish and get back by bwd
time.
Tht money crops are vegetables.
btrries, ttizars cane, rice and fruit,
all of which there isgreat abundance.
The proxifuity of Hillsborough bay
is alsw a hittnefit, as it affords protc-teI
tion to tender plants iu winter and
seict itA c,'ol lreeze- over the country
in su mmerr, thus ttin-wrini both th Ih
co1,! of the winter and the heat of;


L' t I e'ero'.h upon your valuable
sp,,'ee, I will ebloe with a promise to
write again should your readers soc
wish. Very truly your friend,
HENRY IRICKARDS
Mias Florensace Newman, who has
been a great hsufltrer froimai muscular
rheumatismzn, says chamberlain's s Pain
B -ii i..tihe oulv remedy that affords
h'-r relief. Miss Newman is a much
re-sliecteld evident of the village of
Gray, N. Y., and makes this state-
rnm-ti f.or the ienuelit of others simni-
iarly tailteted. This liniment ist for
.le i- by the Aniti-.Monolpedy Druar
^,or,.. Ill
noticee of the June Examination
Tner lubtl.r state uniform exanil,,-
tionl for t.- -hers will foiilaee i.- otn,
Tu,-lay,. Jiit? 4 h. 1901, at 9 o'celo-k t
a. v., in the Oeala High S ehol build-
I l '(or white ipplliteias autl in How-
S art * l1',nuta. All teachers who expect tit
(t-e' in, M.irion county and do not
hold an inia xiired certifiate should
tak- thit' \tamitatimin T,-aehers wil:
bo- r quire'l to supply them-elves with
* b..s or leg *.! cap paper, prn and ink.
ON,- dollar wi;l be char.gd each ap.
pli-tlist.a.veording to law, to pay the

extS s., -s of the examiniati.n. Three
duai4 **il be given those applying for
s C e'd a'd third grades, and four
days for firt grades.
W. D. C-ARN,
Supt Pub. lust.
To Curo a Cold i Os Day
T *O Laxative Bromon Quinine Tab-
I All druggists refund the money


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NO OTHLR LiE AFOS SW9i


Modern Preachers.


ARE THEY TO BE TRUSTED


AND BRrM.I.VJWD?


The only vilue of the question in the
headline is to bring home the fact that
of all classes of testimony, that offered
by the clergy would be most promptly
accepted without doubt or cavil. The
clergy stand for truth and right, and
thousands follow them living up to the


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same precepts of rectitude. These fol-
lowers are 'in whit le.,s truth'! iC ';.tiI
their leaders. Yet ibe,-"us the preacher
is a leader it is ,natural to g Yive w'\ eight to
his statenientts. HI very pcosi"'<", 'In!d
resptoisilpihity to his people ,intk the
world at large not onlV ft ,!b! the
thought oi untruth in hun1. ,'ut lend
emphasis to any voluntary declar-ition
of fact which he may make.
It' a pastor says to one of his congre-
gation who is coughing, "I cured a t.ry
had cough once bi the use of DIr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery," he
could offer no stronger endorsemet',t as
to the value of that well-known medi-
cine as a cure for coughs; and if such a
pastor makes for the time the world his
parish, and puts out the same testimony
he is only enlarging the scope of his
benefaction. For if the world at large
knew and was persuade(of the wonder-
fal curative powers of Golden Medical
Discovery" in cases of diseases of the
respiratory organs, it would mean a
great increase in the general health and
comfort, not to say a probable saving of
a great many lives.
"AS TRUE AS GOSPEL.."
It is "as true as gospel" that Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures
coughs, bronchitis, weak and bleeding
lungs and such diseases of the respira-


wreck restored to rugged health by the
ui:s of the Discovery," it is impossible to
shut the e\er weak he may I1e. It is the record
of udlhi cures which has given Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medtical Discovery a
pre-eminence among all preparations for
the cure of diseases of the organs of
respiration.
I desire to send you this brif., unso-
licited testimonial," writes Rev. Joseph.
H. Fesperman, of Barium Springs, Iredell
Co., N. C. "In IS98, one of my naugh-
ters was suffering on account of a severe
cough, hectic fever, wasting of flesh and
other symptoms of diseased lungs. I
promptly gave her Dr. R. V. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery with gratify-
ing success, and she now
enjoys excellent health.
This experience caused me
to recommend Dr. Pierce's
medicines to my neigh-
bors, who, without except
tion, used them with favor.
able results. This being
true, I hereby heartily en-
dorse your medicines."
It can be truly said of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Med-
.' ical Discovery that it al-
fv,-iy ways helps and almost
ci.ghl per cent. of all who
use "Golden i~edical Dis-
covery-" are perfectly and
permanentlyy cured. The
remaining two per cent.,
though not cured acknowl-
edge appreciable benefit.
Thev cough less, eat bet-
ter. -leep better and feel
liettet f<,r the use of the


H T11- I Ml4'-RTNT 1'INT.
\:l' extreme ca;s,-s of
,lissar'e are cured tl\ the
-r iss aof "(;olden Medical
IDiscovery," the important
point is not to neglect the
.slight cough. Fromn such
neglect fatal results have
4 coleie to many thousands.
It is useless to try the mere
"cough medicinee" or pal-
liative, which soothes but
l does not cure. The one
thing desirable is to be
i cured quickly and per-
mane;atly', and it is in such
cures that the Discoverv"
proves its value.
"I took a severe cold which settled in
thlie 'i'nchiMil tu'ls writes Rev. Frank
I a' 4of Nortonville, Jefferson C" ., Kan-
sa;t. After trying tnedicines labeled
'Stir. cure,' almost without numlwr, I
uas 1d1 to try fir. Pierce's (Golden Med-
ical Iiiscovery. I took two bottles and
was cuired, and have staved cured. When
I think of the great pain I had to endure,
anid the terrible cough I had, it seems
almost a miracle that I was so soon re-
lieved. That God may scare you many
years and abundantly bless you is the
prayer of your grateful friend."
Men or women suffering from disease
in ethronic form are invited to consult
Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All corres-
pondence is held in strict privacy and
sacred confidence. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
This offer of free consultation by let.
ter places at the disposal of the sick the
skill and experience of nearly a score of
the best physicians who are associated
with Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physi-
cian, to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
Accept no substitutes for "Golden Med-
ical Discovery." No other medicine is
"lust as good 1 for diseases of the organs
respiration.
THE BIBLE OP THE BODY,"
is a title that has been riven tn Tre


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l hn .-Ip.. o,: 'h-i.i .i-0;t. Ky.. ;tlii
Ja I Stalta'isitur. *** thi- 'i'ty. were
Caustic l e ilu-i prigh tinotrer.(t the i'ereline mills
this afte.ruoan w ihe an omploye
teamed ek swa.* tisth. It leaked and the
ealdiung teausm t-,ured in on thb two
aml. The ouly i-lit wa., ut' a l]:amier
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ed for tbe ladder. Phelp- reacti-el it
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DISTRICT No. 1.
Cmisu.rturiba t in Lt.ie urtlao-st vt or-
11.-I elx9 t wtS(;DU::;) III Ito a "Aip 13. 451011h
4pf rmiisgte-A 2a14Em, tb.-isetrusaalatah! wet-
i~ I .-o-*.lee Ifl:.AIt t c titu ,oell V p t..tl
41 uo I L~u i ilt, I ltheZ'4tripilts I-sr-
jitittaeoz grazitS, ls-athene 4u~tsto) 5tilt-
--mtaI ia'io io~erts.-r (of rt.-e-t i u 21, thuwu -
slhipJ13, range 213 ttit theut-t- Wt-t to
l55*ititjis %4 f1 t vrijeasof)1 stio15 31Il. t~ouooti-
?-lilt' F Mtige -11, I5 ele'5ce ?ttiJthI14

thl-ti-sme vaL mutoonorthwe-at o*'ie~rsr44


31:~, l.551 14 seautb. rissage :.1 east,
* l',Oti~aee,- -t"o.5tilt- nsrrtiaw~est corner (of.
i .viim:.4-ihIS o' % I imsiji15) siuthi, rattige 21
e iva, iat IWr 4111t)*siiili xS4Uiia4'tto v tr-
lsrr tol z-vetlouis;14, teswnt"Am 1 15~, rat.ge
121, i lit-ive title a.- st tooi ()ck'wtaisa

it ga 4,t -;jI s.1i s-s 40l~a ives's! to i.,I5! o0
the s t ut bound aoiitry of sect imi i)1;.,,ill
tiW sfoooiiI-I imasoils, roinge east.
ilit-tiev ,-.-t too s'uiis Iswtt4 ,iier 'ot
1s P;,IS'~ *. ~ -'~."*
$ c4s) a.: it ,* for e.-IIII 21, t b It!.e Is i fl, 11,
r :.t~ .' .. 1 1its-isre %vet t too it ilaith-

*oas i~It~ig-21' 22t-:t-t, slit-tisve-ti-arm ts u
fjill rri.- vr i jausseta '-ir 'ass .-.:tImt swase-
arv EII %s-et101ion s.ifowishtijs I I -sl
range =2 east, thensee we-4thnasouta.d
venter 'id ,'ai solpet iISvtiosi1"1 ia:qu. el'
o-wclimi on4)1 west. lsmsaidary for atjal
1 ', t 'etwo~-' iti'rthit too Lithe lo(uil 411'If"ii--
Il-s"1 T -Not.o1.


Coilliiienieng tit tile lirtiteast s',r-
le-r ol -.--e t ii -, Ilw nlisle I. 1 -t 'i Is
riatlzt -'1i -a l, litelle Wf-.I I IPo i'1 1-
W'" rm'I ello -'!-ton40 lo\ h In 1C.1
soulh. raIlllsg 1'' east, Usel *'t .<,t ll
allng we-t line of Marin l i.milty ti
-sitli s **I s ta.r' of ,.t lion l 134, t''A'wA -
hip li -1#uti l, ol rIatlge 19 eta.-t, the-n<,--
ti-' tii la' hirihweslt .trtito r aoif -t-lion 6i.
total l. ip i1 .'I iltII. 'raI e- IN t: '.
tih--n 1 ,<.husti to, \V'ilhlacit-o h.1 t i'Vt-l.
th let -.- vw ith nllt-it lt-rins* ll t'S si' ,I IIvt-r
to iuta'-el'ttin with muilh iluidlavry ast

20 a C i i Ce- t 0 5 atill-H-t t. !40
ll"- t -, 1. : ,l !<1 fI. t,,wl.i. iji r? 'l,'-

Slt l ? -, tla* il o l Wt, l llsAhiillJ i r-,',til.
r'tsr', 2.'s .-:,iI. ili'e .... *,-:- I"' u!hI, ;:e='
corner of .-ectio-ii 4, tlwnt'-lip 1i4i ith.
,t.nv, ; i t- 1 t-l t i. Il o northI-
.assi> li.-r 0is <" i'it I. ttl" i !Isi S
.outlt. ran a l2 eIasi, Iln--A M.i.I to
-o lt ltw .st eorFlier of .,-'li ";1. ie:
toa ii-hltii, I -outhi, of raut- : : 1 ,'.
thent',- north to st-, lio4Il 1, int tow11-Iip 14 1"*ilti, i l'- l
lt -a-t, thei-re' we- t Itos o hillI'" -t .-
ner of section :;6, iu townshil, 1*..* *-:ii.
of range .' east, thence ntril. to inth;i
east ,ornter of said sPetio(i :;h, tLiein,-.
west along section line to utorthw.-
.*Ol-er of f-etion ;3 5, ill towi,,-ipi, 1:;
MsoitU. Irais: P .2 east, thenllce i rthi to
lorthwet-t '-rne-r of tat- ,'ioIt ".'. 1il
townslhito 13 to thil, i i-tlrs ".f !) ai,.
ihlte- 'e lv.at. with t WOil lip, li' H to
uorth.a-ist efrneur of saidf-ct ion 2,
thic'ie urtih to) point of beinnitni',
1ISTRI(T NO. III.
'ot itsi *Il i ingi at the ilea i-i *'-* io' of
north Ioouitdary of se.'ion ,;. it, otni-
ship G16soilth. raug* 24 t,-.. wiI, 'tie
OtRki.'wnliI' river. lth-nDt.- -: -,t \ it
t1owu-ship lint-e o ihe uorthwe- ,rti-r
or sectiinll :, in tows hip 14, ; tii,
rangite :l farss thentl'e sol tho M Ifit|ill-
wes-t icornr oef ,said section S3. thej,.-
west to nlrhirtlhwest coruerof .*1',iotn II.
in towislhtp 16 -outhl, rangge. 20 ea.t.
thenr*e south Io touthwestl .(corier of
tse tion :;.i. in township 17 sto I, range
-' .-et-, tlhoe- eest lalotieslt ulh s un I l-
ary of EMat rion:a county to intil-r-'e'|tiont
with lt-le ( )-klawah river tha ni.- wit w i
the- iatetanldrisips of s'tid river to ille-
polilst of li sllmni r.
l1Ri'i.'1," NO I v.
Coumment'ing at the northe-ast c(r-.
ner of section 2.3, in township 12 south,
range :5 east, Ihence run west !o ouiIi
east corner of section ', town-lhip 12.
range 2.5) ast, thence nurth to )tiorth-
east corner ot section 3, township 12,.

west corne-r of section 6, in townsltip
12, range 25 east, thence north to the
<4cklawaba river, thence with the
meanderings of said river to the iu-
lersectiou with the southh Ioundary of
section 31, township 17 south, range
25 east, thence east to southwest cor-
ner of section 30, in township 17 south,
range 26 east, thence north to north-
east corner of section 1, township 17,
range 26 east, thence east Ito southeast
corner of section 36. township fi, ,uth,.
range .2 east, thence north to inter-
isecliont with waters of Lake (eGeotte,
thence with the meanderings a'olng
west sid# of said Lake U lerge lt, iu-
temrection with the north boundary of
section 14, in township 13 south. range
36 east, thene- west to southeast cor-
nor of se'etion 12, in township 13souih,
ran belgininsig.


DIEiTRI'T NO. V.
Colunniessing at the intere-,-tioni of
the north 4aoutidsry of section 4. is
township 12 ouhl, rage 21 cast, with
waler* of Orange Lake, then" wIv. ,
too. iar hwst -ornuerof ecttiosi 1, l v tt
ship 12 lmoallnl, range. I W ast, thIel.--
woulh to saihnb-tol corer of tseatioha .',
in toweiiship 12, range 2) east, theu,-e
wts( with itwnship line to unorelhwe-t
corner of section 2. township 13 .!-out is,
range ens?, thence south to .utth-
went corner of section 26, in town
ship 13. range 20 east, then'e-
Pstt wilit se,.tion lipe to stth-east
corner of section 29., in towushipl 13.
range- "1 east, thence north to ina'* ,-
section with the Inrth Iluidti.ir. ,,f
said C,-tio, :':f. Irodiuc(ed into .S?, ph n
F*jr'nilialz. irant, theilseP east to -.* .: >,.
ist <'.,rt>lv of ection 4,. ins town-li T
1;:. ra:tnt- '21 -a-t, tlien.e south t>i
niti:irt r ,.,.Tieoll e*orner Oll Wve.t bou jl-
iryv of ,.-<-tim)o ls. townuship 14 ii,,t !,
rAtlasr- 22-' e:t, lift-le'e east thr i; it
cv- lter o*f s ai;ti -(ctiol 1', to ,tluart.-r
,<-tiol iornt'-r" #I e'tst |iound.iarv '
. i,| .*** ,io I thlt-1ire so ith 1to .. ut. -
we--t -,),rntr c;f" s-.tian _'*. touWll-lltp 14
oith1. r.'ttz4: 2c2 .ast, ltheite- -it-t ta
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,I I I t "in,- of section i,. township 17. south of
rang, .-4 .ast thence due west to northwest
Crni-r uof southwest quarter of section 14, town-
hlup i;. -outh ot range 23. east;thence due south
to .oI;thV.'.t coIrnIr of -ection 35. township 17.
',ouath ot raltg. -;, east: hence due east to ., uth-
we-st corner of sectionn 34 township 17, scuth of
rangi -4. east, being tht t'oint of beginning.
And to elect trTt-e tr-tetes of the .said Swpecial
Tax School l)astir.. andl to fix the rite aoI nll-
agte to IK- Itvit:- ,Pr said Special Ti'-x -.cno,)
Iu..tr:ct tor th- itxt eiiuing two ye.tr-.
< ialr:t-,l eld t,-' r,i .,. -tid e!ecti, 'n are all ,t -
i-.tr, t i nd qu diiacdl oter- of -%aiil dlstr i-t. who
I.av iaI t'o "n rc:l or i personal property thGrein
'Ptit I 'lwnit % igrsou-J have been appointed
inl {pe-.t,,-- an'i c:erk of sai'l eiFeci. 'n rank
I. l- K.S. KtIl-t aird Alexan',.r I !11tuni., in-
-,--'tr- .rian l I. E.-quire, clerk
17: .r.'u-' c l oi t.. lt'. rd of i'ib'.I- Tui',tru.tivn.
thls thr th ,I \ E4! MI\ v ( T.I
.'A ttf *:; I. *d rT,
\V. 1.CAc's.. Ahairit.tn.
S n-'t" tt x V. --I')


'OTIE EE=ITTO1 S CTIUSTEES OP
ElT=7SH 31MZPIAL TAX SMOHO
DISTRICT.


N rKcE I-. HlEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
elh-citon will be held in the town of Mclntosh
Mariun i,.untv. Florida during the hour's be-
tweeu 1 o clock a. m. and sundown of
atu,rdoa Jauntie 8th, A. D. Di ot
for tht purpose of electing three trustees for
the Mclntosh Special Tax School District No. 2
of Marion county, Florida, and to fix the rate of
nalin.tre to be levied for the said Special Tax
schooll District purposes for the next ensuing
two vear- Qualified electors at id election
arte :0! r 'ri-cred and qualified voters of said
Special Tax School District who pay a tax on
real or personal property
Th- following persons are appointed inspec-
tort of -,..l election: W. H. Smith, *. G.
Norswrthy and W. M. ist aad. J.- S. Attea,
clerk.
By o*,ltr <'t the Board of Public Instruction,
ot Muari., 'viintyv. Florida, May 6tbh, g1.
Atte-t '.. '. SCOTT,
W. I). C itN. Chairman
.Scretary 5-"

NOTII.,E 01 ELECTION FOR CREATING
A SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS-
TRI.T AT CITRA

cOTICF IS IIEREBV GIVEN THAT AN
Se'-rctio-iA w1ll bt: held in the town of Citra.
t.tr.rn c.'iuniy Florida. during the hours he-
- tw.' -n 'cl-k ai m. and sundown of
1',C..i. Iuate Sth. A. D 9..;,
ioTr :- ;,ur-,.-e ':f creating a Special Tax. Sch',l
)i-triac :'. *e kLnown as the Citra Special Tax
-h-.,l ,I'.'I.1c-. Inocndaries of.saidl district as
f!l UIA -
C.-n.mntr.:ni" t the southeast corner of sec-
tic,:i :: t,.wn+hiI' '; <'suL range 2 vast. Tun-
nig n.-rith to nurth boundary 4f Marion county,
thexic-.- we-lt to ranger line dividing rang'.s .'r and
2.; th.;:n..: -ulth t.i the southwestt corner of s.-c-
:.ii a n',.h : rantlge 22, thence *eAst to point
.;!.I t -:t *. ,, truiste t s ')1 ailt Special Tax
-. 7: ,:-t'.: -e.i t. fi': the rate .f ttillag. to
S v i- l Distru-t f ,! t*- n- t
ai.. ,,- on : .01 rrg-
-7- : ."* :';i '; ; i t-r- i I- i i I t:: t iih
1 \ :i -' 'ii '* w ty th r j x
-" *'. f -a' 1 e l .i .'.:'
t. : ,,. .. i. rlan' .ciai A. '. W ','-v
... ',' .,rtnnrn-," c -.r-s
-, .'* '**' *"


*AX 1.EED NOTICE.


- \iCCRANI7V IS-k ItI.


NOTICE.


In purmuance of Chapter 47ro. Act of S19y of
the Laws of F!ond'a notice it her* by given that
it is the intention of the Boar' .ff County Coma-
mis,4.ioiners of Marion ctnnly. Fi, dl. at the
regular meeting ot the said B sahrd which con-
vene-on the fi-t Mnnday in Ju'y A DP. oot,
to make a levy of firty c-nt' onn the one has-
drrd dollars worth .f pro;erl, to be; Itvied and
as.esscd against the taxtbte property in the
said county of Marion for the y' ar 19os, and
the money -o raised to he -.t a-i ;. at a road
fun('d to bl used in the on-tr-t-:iur. improve.
ment atand maintensaucc of tht jtoblic ro-ds
cu'ivert- and bridge. % o! the aid. (,'unty of Mar-
ion, andl in. the purch3-ae otf uch itilleme:nts.
Lean,-. w;aonI-. camp outit .-nd .-t,:ckades fo:
th< u-c f andl -afe keepimt of th C' n ict lorct
as may !we fund necessary in the proper carry-
iug out of the work upoitl the Fubili roads of the
.aisd county. and for the emni.!,yap. ti; of such
addlitioual labor at may tw deeIled necessary.
O rdervd bty resolution of the Board tf County
Commiiii-.-toners f Marion Cuinniy. I'lotida. pas
.tr\ at the regular ineeting of' 'l l;hnardi on th-
th S'. T SI l1kNK,
C!'k *, : a, of Ccnty Ct.nnmi-tonrrs ,
l-, .,,; a nultv, Florla -,-22


0OTI;E.


i Fo i a,--I .w :'I i tis',itpilCsnanty.
HUb--? L ~:' :i2 u2Al' s6t' tr lers"ofn

0; A ND I. A Y1-4.1.TA
wit-, _- I h-: i w o f 'IIt it ha-, gthi-i
v :.! 1 v I ,', .I- !, Il: a t !I '5- 7-i2.pvrty of
11 siah )-l. ,s. ''-. i.'1 .'fo1Iowit
th 'ti '4)1th ...4)1 x le : I7 ftL ;it us n (4 ett
L : r l ~ it ,s : t *# q t % v r -i t :. : t. h i l l r t t I 2 ( 4 f ti o
'x, lrs/ 'i vima).t1in:f 'dnthe '. #J- fFlori
d.v. th,-,t :ir'th, "!s-to -isinimmtn '-u to be
17i11 i aq),::! r im .cdi cir' liii -t alt caa


'.7 1!..z-x'-a! 'fu~twill Le 4tilt. rril against
'.sV .:i l.:d inpc :wty Aill it 'vO,01 15. -..ttbsy said
fi~t.
E.i t it ii Ihr ?,. v ha it- faui..dttc:..! ihsh-

CIO tk kC-is r:t Cou~rt.
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1,v :.5yt ehrlita WAilliami
A. 0;,U i. FIlth ;.Ic;Circuit
C~ ~~~~~c :t: h ilsif;I!: Nlzl,::- l-.a1ity in
r.xit-- 2:I r -i..t ''YL in the
js;uis~i ii[A V5 ...AM~l~ i IN.-
NLI -A N D V~ .r- .t. the
1 .~. ~ tetr
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?)mw-t it i t.t ti
.1'!. !!tit rs


I', ,:t- LC lt.1. !t ,ur::. r'.f'h J i..;. :..' r. .t M a-
i'r i 4 u::t F'!.,ri.:n Ir. i h. .t ry
. C. W. :th C nirlaiar.; i ander
hlilntyIe. 't :. I)efen':ant- 1.. re.
T APPEARING BY AFFIDAVIT T Al I'k.-NDED
to the ill tiled in the abuoir t..t :, *:auseM that
ALEXANDER MclNTYRE LAURA COOK
MclNTYR1E. SVYNEY J. bUVi-.. w .dUitnu.-
trator de bolni uon of the etsrt- *,f S..rah E.
Couch. decea-ed. the defeadstan'her i tt iamed.
are non-re-idcnits of the state tI t 1 .: a. and
that Alexander Mclnt)re and Lainr. *.,x k Mcta-
tyre arce reitdentof 2oo00 Caroau.. tLi ,It I In the
city ol New Orleans. state o' l.uiri. na. that
Sydncy J. Bowie resides at Tallad. ga. 4Alibana.
drid each of said defendants arce c.er h a ge oN
tevtntv-one vca:i; it is theref",t ovirievt Ihat
.aidl ncn-rc-ident defendant% t a- d they are
hereby re-uired to appear to, hr- ..'!. of ccda-
plaiut filed iu saidcause on or bhekre
.t!ndj)y, the 3d day cf fi ame A I r9,
(therwistc the allegations of siitd hill will be
taken a- contesisd by said dclendatiit
li i. further ordered that thi- ordrr be peb
li-hed once a week for four conupe-utiv weeks iats
tne Ocala Bauncr. a new-siuper pmutlshited il
said county and state
Thi:. ;;th day of April. i,).o
-e+al; S S l. STkU'NK.
v-,t Clerk .'ircnit Court. Maritn t. Fla.
ANDERSoN & HOCKER,
Solicitors for Complainant.

NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.

In the District court of the United States for
the Southern Listrict co Plerida.-.-Ia ak-
rnptcy.
In the Matter of J. J.. Geilg, Ina 4ankrupcy.-
Bankit"t.
T THE CREDITORS OP J. J 1. G. IN-
dividually and as iarviviag M of ad-
partnership ol Garrett & GgJ ,d'ml. te
county of Marion aad di au b aed. a
bankrupt.
Notice is hereby 5ive' t i i of
Nav. A. D.9or, theM Sa
adjucated b.e-I u,aulib .
of b creditors winbe ldd atthece Li.
(;reen. Eq in Ocala oM the
-'oth day of May. A. D. usoe,
at o'clock in the afternoon. at which time the
said creditors may attend. prove their clams.
appoost a trustee, exaPmie the baskrpt and
transact .uch other tastiess as pma perty
come before sid meeting.
X. I VOLI..
Reftee is asuhkrtcy.
a;inesv;lle. )la., May 8th, ul 5-10



TIO=l M iS AL WuI3.
NOTICE IS HEI EY GVUN- T- AT THE
undersigned. at administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPnLL. ill h on the
:9th Day of Ocber, A D, eizt,
mn.ke final return of his aeemats and ask a ds-
charge from his administratrsip of-aid estate.
in accordance with the law in such cases made
and provided
This i.th April, A D. ig9o.
CHARLES U. WHITE. Admr.
;: ,,x .m Et. of James B. Campbell. decease-d.


NOTICE FOR PlIBLICATION.


'iC l'A!-:rMI~T-4)1-FTH.. .'% 71:1<10R,
LA-NtI t) 4Ft.h
.A I- AN~-.t~,FLA., Apr. i.7'!
i '(7 v Is ERFBv t(ivE.N 'HAT THE
;iig, a- narnesi settler has 10e.d notice ot
-eIjIto make final proof in -npporto:
-i:Tan'I that sail -.)rc,4,1 !w t-made bL-
V -- I,.-' eiitCourt at tOcala. F';4. en

%11 H .AF&l.ARDY of Stn. ur7-'l ~.
1 7 -' xthe- nw;s of .w7j alnsi DWI."
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