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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 24, 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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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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


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OCALA, FLORIDA,


FRIDAY.


MAY 24, 1901.


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IL M. Bar, who lost his midence
amd store building in the Jackson-
ville cofagation, spending a few
day- in the city. He has a store build-
ing here amid may again become a
v'tiet of okfl(a.
The .-anitary inspector, who has
ju-t completed him official round of the
city. ,ayt- there is more building, and
rel'a t4 ohld4 I'uildings and fences,
than he li- la known in the past live
year.*. It i- hi opinion that Ocala is
Making x -.teady and substantial
itrowtth. lt- health i s good.


Mr 4A-.- atI, t- int. !thas. r.e-umul lallard' Sno'w Liniment cures
,. lI- a... .'sir.er fr It Mas- ,heunmti0us, neuralgia, headache,
* t.c MNo MarM Itertit will riatertans s'rainis, bruises, old .-res, corns and
&*- % -ung ladies. Whi.t ('lui this all iain and inflammation. The most
&fo etl,,. penetrating liniment in the world.
.is_. -and Mrs J. J. Dickinson tPrice 25 ets. and 50 cta. Anti-Mono-
eaw lm a( Mrs. FJ.J.wck'i on tly. Drug tore. m

P. Kig avwea. The Knights of Phythias of this city
-a ~ribute to Jackson.*Is a growing and popular orgianIaton.
v msea ISonet00 ta c It has jest prchasId an eligible lot
Imad 011010. arm the MethodtM t Epbisopal church.
a ,th near the public square and wi
r. W.sL. Cts, wh travels for see graces the esame with a handsome
oo PsOme smey w an sn tow' beiEk lrete.s-
a s te Many siealled "bitters" are not
D. LK Va Seemd anUsfmald Mr. medelesu, b-t imply liquids dio-
Smta Xew YwVk e d may guled, so as to evade the law. Perkly
- lW lift ___ A Bittmes is ost e of this 410.0
Mr. aes M ad wie of Jack It isstrictly a as.se, acting pri-
eel e at M am in Oeas mty on tMe kidney liver and bow-
am or. M1g6 m werA. t a"d hor the dangerous diseases
i e s ty thaMt attack tbeme omas it is a remedy
M. tsin t l ty cyat" of the first grade. There is nothing
IMng I" --t eeneises objeetioinMble in its taste, it has an
iof e Fltra Agricltumal Cog. aree able flavor and is acceptable to
@Mir 1a Omay will return homee the most delicate stomach. Anti.
tdad tam Anaiats, Ala., whe b she Monopoly Drug Store, special agents.
ase tteeMan the Nomal In- Mr. C. T. Trask, of Belleview, was
40".1 ain Ocala Tuesday. He said his little
p GeQy wUil prei- the eom- city is moving along quietly. That
Mm mea at the Florlda the northerners who winter there
oM l (lge at Lke City have like swallows homeward
e a mearsmin-. flown, but that they are paying re-
S 1seqe IMne Umarysou is the mewed attention to their groves and
" ofn Mis Parnie Cdark. Mrs. In a little while the trees will regain
Sto Me wife of the T1mes-l'nlon their pristine beauty. Hezekiah But-
and OCmo'e tnCeban resp1o-ndtn terworth, editor of the Youth's Com-
-- padion, and a poet of acknowledged
r. L W. Van I t, principal of meit, has a winter home and a grove
a seahd h re as gee to his there.
-ome to fors Se the summer
iseha. Biliousness is a condition charac-
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nI Fumaels (Ce leaves today for
1Ty and Meegemwry, Ala., where
w wil epeed te summer visiting


Uedo Man d atuve..
Ev. IL V. Atkhiee, of Jackmu-
Wler. peuriOed the te-a-eaureate er-
men at the- emme pm.ent of the
ohm flria NMmtnarn f4unday.
Sim bl.Ui I'afey. ome of the pop-
Sslama .of the (ala high school,
omwas d r h hems In Ormando
to speed the summer vaet o.
Mr. J. IB HLtuees, VtrmAdinaspent
0-day and T*eaay in Ocala. He
am eam paisted home on Tueseday
by Mrs Hie*., who ham been visiting
to oala th pat week.


Kriveuw as "aud that rheematiew
ih fewmr by uric acdidsI the blood.
Two pmimu e.s~cmtd owexreite. d by
a* k~doy No rbeematism with
bmitby admepys. P1.1ev. Kidney
Cuem always smakes thins well. Anti-
11.6eep'.iy 1%-w S 14 re. m
The P-ar g've- tout tkhm-waf.maiS4I
tb.. Mr I'raak HarTois. Ihvmime (ha
@*fftvmw4re*t 4vmth(Ie.Times.-Uni-6ia
Sad C 3755-sa Tb'l4ftaI' rl~liforaiid,
Mr Hemrs, .14.6" D4t CIDJE'the drtjise~m-

HaSimaS~ui m*.etlpatj~u ie the door
tbamh oauoeb many of the serieuS
ills torthe.. hga1,ware, admitted. The
Ormimwoal userof I'rkly kimb IN~tets
Vell ww- 4 drvgm..ve this distiemdug
fWit.df. Auft-M.ospohy Eking

Mir 1F..631'Van 1~.'p'safter an ab-
VmW tof &blast ebgt amuths at his

Ftlaws"d Iv(hula. Mr. 'Vas K ewIs
a PeamemeO-101 ghmphveemsn. He ib


terited by a disturbance or the iges-
tive organs. The stomach is debilita-
ted, the liver torpid, the bowels con-
stipated. There is a loathing of food,
pains In the bowels, dizziness, coated
tongue and vomiting, first of the un-
digested or partly digested food and
then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets allay the disturb-
ances of the stomach and create a
healthy appetite. They also tone up
the liver to a healthy action and reg-
ulate the bowels. Try them and you
are certain to be much pleased with
the result. eor sale by the Anti-Mo-


opoly a ug- 0 .
The confederate Veterans camp of
this county held a meeting last Sat-
urday. In the absence of their com-
mander, Mr. G. M. Hubbard acted in
that capacity. Comrades G. M. Hub-
bard, J. A. Pittman and W. 0. Mas-
eye were elected delegates to repre-
sent the camp at the Confederate
Vee.rans reunion at Memphis next
week. This camp has ninety-seven
ol it&& roll among whom is Mr. C. C.
Hemming the donator of the Confed-
erate monument at Jacksonville. Mr.
Hesuming keeps up hi, membership
atd takes a lively interest in the or-
ganization.
The girl is the mother of the woman
just as "the boy is the father of the
man." The period when the woman-
ly functions begin is one to be careful-
ly watched and considered. Irregular-
ity or derangement at this time may
be promptly met and cured by the use
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Bat neglected at this critleal period
may entail years of future suffering.
"Favorite Prewription" acts directly
upon the womanly organs giving
tbem perfect vigor and abundant
vitmlitv. It removes the obstruction


Children's Day at Christiae Chureb.
The first Sunday in June is known
as Children's Day and will be fitting-
ly observed at the Christian church,
(Diseiples of Christ). There will be
msicde and flowers, happy-faced child-
ren and general good cheer, The
church will be handsomely decorated
for the oeoamlon. This has come to
be a great day in this denomination.
It was tras observed in 1881; now it
is observed in all their schools. It is
held in the interest of heathen mis-
atons. This people now have missions
In all of the great heathen fields of
the world. Last year the Sunday
schools of this people raised $42,7000
on Children's Day. Since 1881 they
have raised over t000,000. Special ef-
fort is being made this year to raise
$50,000 the first Sunday in June and
we learn that signs point to success.
WVe have no doubt the Sunday
school in this plat.e will do its full
share toward the $50,000. They are
liberal and enterprising. We hope
the friends will render the children
substantial encouragement in their
lofty purposes. The school will be
delighted to see their friends present
on that day. It will be a great rally
day and a day of generous gifts, a day
long to be remembered. A special
drill has been prepared for this and
the exereism will be held Instead of
the evening services at 7:30 p. m.


A Ragtleg, hearing Fleed
Washed down telegraph line which
Chas. C. EUls, of Lsbon, la., had to
repair. "Standing waist deep in Icy
water," he writes, "pve a terrible
aeld and enough. It gew works daily.
Fally the bat doeAtgs In Oakland,
Neb.,SIsox Citsy ad Omaha sald I had
eonsmption and could not live. Thea
I bega adg Dr. AKing's New D-
covery and w wholly cued b six
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
coughs, colds and aB throat and lung
troubles by Garrett & Gerig. Price 50W
5
*ath oft ra. J. S. WIUas.
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Juliet
Williams, died of acute indigestion at
her home in this city.
The deceased was In her fifty-first
year. She was a native of Tennessee,
but came to Florida when very young.
She was a daughter of Dr. W.
F. Smith, one of the early settlers of
this county, and who during the civil
war held a responsible position as sec-
retary of one of the departments at
Richmond, Va. She was married In
Jacksonville in 1885. Her married
life was an extremely happy one.
She leaves a husband who for many.
years past has been city marshal and
sanitary inspector, a married sister,
and a large number of relatives and
friends who mourn her death.
The funeral services were conducted
from her late residence Sunday after-
noon,Rev.Howard Dutili,of the Metho-
dist church in the absence of Rev. J.
G. Law, of the Presbyterian church,
officiated. The pall bearers were
Messrs. C. H. Dame, T. W. Troxler,
SDavis Moody, Joseph Munden and
John Pasteur.
The remains were laid in Green-
wood cemetery.
The Most Stubbera Ceughs.
Resulting from an attack of la
grippe or heavy cold, must yield to
the wonderful healing properties of
Foley's Honey and Tar, which
strengthens the lungs and makes
them sound. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Children's Day.
Children's Day was celebrated at
the Methodist church last Sunday
morning. The following program was
well rendered:
Song, by school.
Prayer.
Song, by infant class.
Responsive reading, by school.
Adddrees, by the pastor.
Song, by Miss Lapham's class.
Responsive reading, by school.
Song, by school. *
Recitation, by Mary Seymour.
Recitation, by some of the class.
Recitation, by four little boys.
Recitation, by [ella Barnes.
Song, by school.
Recitation, by Sam Barco.
Recitation, by Lottle Kingman.
Song, by school.
Collection.

Benediction.
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U. .WAR TA


Changes


take effect July ist,


gotten out a folder


giving


1901.


We have


full information.


Write for one.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS


4Z Bankers


OCALA, FLORIDA.


Banquet to Confederate Veterans.


Ur 1.l 1--Ii -I-w PullJa%


GREAT VARIIET
-AND0--
EXXCmwLUmT WUALITT
are feature of our dslplay. om.c
thing in the Use of
CENTEBlABLM
suitable r wan aloor StyMofmw
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making thm haoM. e a
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*IJS M AO AND VP
OCALA FURNiTUIl 00.
Phone No. io. Northwet corer samm.

Save
Your Vegetables!


Dickison Chapter, United .Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, hereby ex-
tend a cordial invitation to every
Confederate veteran in Marion county
to be their guest at a baqudet to be
given in Ocala on June 3, the birth-
day of President Jefferson Davis.
The Florida legislature, some years
ago, made this a legal holiday In our
state, and the Daughters of the Con-
federacy desire to observe it in an ap-
propriate manner.
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon a pro-
cession will be formed on Fort King
avenue, opposite the armory, and pro-
ceed te the cemetery to hold a Deco-
ration Day ceremonies.
The children, boys and girls, and all
cituems so disposed, are Invited to Join
the prooseoa.
The object of the observance is to
bonor the Hlving, now gray haired
veterans, and to memorallae the Con-
federacy.
Mma. R. GAYt,
President Dickison Chapter, U. D. C.
The Sest Perserlptees for malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply Iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-ao pay. Price 92c. t
lemerial may Sermses.
A cordial Invitation is extended to
the people of Ocala to join with Ocala
Poest "17" G. A. B. in the obrervance
of Memorial Day on Thursday the 30th
day of May 1901. The Poet will meet
at its room in the Masonic hall at 10
o'clock a. m. and will proceed to the
old cemetery, where services will be
held at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
Rev. Mr. Coleman will deliver the
address. Other speakers will be ex-
pected. Any contributions of flowers
will be appreciated.
By order of
THOMAS J. OWEN,
JOSEPH BUMBY, Commander.
Adjutant.
As vaccination prevents smallpox,
and quinine chills and fever, so Teeth-
ina prevents and counteracts the ef-
fects of the summer's heat, much
dreaded by mothers with small chil-
dren. Teethina relieves the many
troubles incident to teething and the
hot summers, and no mother is excus
able for not giving it, for it costs only
25 cents at druggists; or mail 25 cents
to C. J. Moffett, M. D., St. Louis,
Mo. w3
Adjudged Insane.
Mr. George A. Williams, for a lonr
time a school teacher in this county,
has been adjudged insane, and was
taken to the asylum last Sunday.
Until his misfortune overtook him
Mr. Williams was a most peaceful and
estimable citizen. He is a member of
a prominent family and completed
his education in Scotland.
Steps the Couegh and Works; Off the
SGold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 25 cents. t
Mezican June Corn.
I have just received a stock of this
famous corn for late planting, latter
vegetables or oats, on good land-a
powerful fielder of fodder and grain.
J. B. Sutton, Seedsman, .! Oceals,
Fia. 4.28
JULIETTE.

We have a few choice lots for sale in
JULIETTE, also timber, phowphat
and farm lands.
J. H. LIVINGITON A SON.
10 13tf


Neeessity the Mether of laeetMle.
We tried to kill the worms--they
proved too many. We Dow cateh the
parent moths and bugs, all of which
fly at night. Agents wanted in every
county. For agency and traps ad-
dress J. B. iSUTTON, State Agent,
Ocala, Fla. 329


T W. Davis


A. D. Mitchell


J. W. DAVIS & CO.

FLORIDA AND WESTERN
MEATS, POULTRY, VEI-
ETABLES AND FISH.


0: GAMEE-IN -SEASONI ?-


Special Atteatlon to Orders
by Mail or Telegraph.

-TELEPHONEJNO. 78-

City Market Ocala, Fla


HICKORY

STOVE WO.OD!

Having now taken the msag.mt
of our stove wood businem ourselves,
we name theschedule of rates bdsW.- -


S.A HAS"J.Irn8COATC NR








THlE OCALA BANNEDMAY


You Want-


Good Shoes

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

One Dollar
AND
A Half Slioe
ever brought to Ocala. The stock is
of prime satin calf, .'elected for ser-
vice. The soles, inside and out, and
the counters are of solid, one piece
sole leather. The elastic in this con-
grees style is guaranteed by the mak-
ers for eighteen months.
Your Prkie!
Your Opportunily.

J. M. NeELY,


TZ M 0E AND
Merchants' Block.


RAT MA
Ocala, Fla.


Jack Pendral, of the Clyde Line, is
visiting Ocala.
Mr. Carlos Sistrunk, who has been
to Gainesville on professional busi-
ness, has returned.
Noble Strobbor, of Gainesville, is
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. P. C.
McGrath, in this city.
Mr. G. 8. Scott has been appointed
trustee to wind up the adlirs of the
late firm of Garrett & Gerig.
Don't you need a corset? We have
the kind that don't break. M. Fisbel
Mr. M. J. McMullen and others, of
Clear Water Harbor, have chartered a
preo publishing company, capital,
$2,000.
Mr. E. E. Voyle, commissioner in
bankruptcy for this district, was in
Ocala Monday on professional busi-
ness.
Cadet Ottendoseer, of Ocala, who
has been attending the East Florida
Seminary, departed for his home yes-
terday, where he will remain through
vacation.-GaineAville Sun.
Miss Annie Mae Standley left yes-
terday for Macon, Ga to visit her
sister, Miss Iva Standley, who at-
tends Wesleyan Female College.
After the commencement exercises
are over Misses Iva and Annie Mae
will go to Cuthbert, Ga., to spend a
month with relatives before returning
to Ocala.


WATE-D-Two reliable traveling
salesmen in each state; permanent
position; salary and expenses; expe-
rience got absolutely essential. Write
Piedmont Tobacco Works, Greens-
boro, N. C. 5-10-3t
The legislature was besieged with
petititions from church people to vote
against the dispensary measure. For
instance, there was a petition sent up
from the Ministerial Association at
DeLand, which was signed by both
ministers and members of the Pres-
byterian, Baptist, Episcopal, Disciples
of Christ and Methodist churches In
Florida as in South Carolina thesaloons
and churches crosed hands and joined
forces.
To All Confederate Veterans.
You are earnestly invited and es-
pecilally requested to atted a meeting
of the U. C. V's to be held on Sat'r-
day next, May 25th, at eleven o'clock
a. m., in the office of J. H. Livingston
Sr., Unionibloek.
Seabeard Earnings.
The approximate earnings of the
Sea Board Air.Line system during the
four months ending April :`) were $3,-
852,821, an increase over the same
period last year of $543,154, or 16.4 per
cent. For the ten months ending
April 30 the earnings were $9,05",333,
an increase of $1,03S,4S7, or 12.8 per
cert.
Stepped Into Live Coals.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writer W. H. Eads, of
Jone.ville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 3o years, but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after
everything else failed." Infallible for
burns, stalds, ,.uts, sore?, bruises and
piles. Sold Itby(arrett & Gerig. 2.:1


High stepper of the feminine and
equine family have the same dainty
way of touching terra firms.
Miss Sue Barco went up to Gaines-
ville last Monday to attend the com-
mencement exercises of the Eist
Florida Saminary. She is the guest
of Miss Ida Burkheimn and will re-
main several weeks.
Mr. Morgen C. LooDey speut last
Sunday in Oeala with his wife and
son. Before the Jack~)oville tire, Mr.
Looney was a clerk in Kohn, Fureh-
goet &f company's establishment, but
he is now employed in distributing
clothing to Jacksonville's sufferers.
He returned to Jacksonville Monday


morning.
For whooping-cough, asthma, bron-
chitis or consumption, no medicine
equals Ballard's Household Syrup.
Price 25 and 50 cts. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
The Gillette Brothers Shows under
canvass in the lot between the armory
and the Baptist Witness building, will
be an attraction in Ocala to-day and
to-morrow. It is said to be a splendid
show. Those who have witnessed its
performances say it cannot be excell-
eb in its specialties. It is clean, clear.
cut and-up-to-date.
Try the new remedy for costiveness,
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Every box guaranteed.
Price, 25 cents. For sale by the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Our truckers will begin shipping
cantaloupes about the first of June
and melons about the 20th of said
mouth. Mr. Easterling has two hun-
dred acres in cantaloupes and one
hundred acres in melons. Other
growers have smaller quantities. The
crops are somewhat late but no later
proportionately to other markets than
in former years. The growers are
hopeful.


The Best Presoriptien for Malaria.
Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No:cure, no pay. Price 50 cents. ;
Ocala is enjoying a pleasant visit
from Mr. Charles R. Thomas, of New


Bern, N. C.


Mr. Thomas is serving


his second term in Congress. He is a
son of Mr. Randolph Thomas, who
has graced the judicial bench of that
state for many years. Mr. Thomas
married a niece of Mr. John Pasteur,
of this city, and is accompanied by
his wife. To day they took a carriage
drive through our beautiful ham-
mocks and to Silver Springs and are
charmed with this section.
Many a fair young child, whose pal-
lor has puzzled the mother, until she
rightly suspected her darling was
troubled with worms, has regained
the rosy hue of health with a few
doses of White's Cream Vermifuge.
Price 25 cts. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m


The editor of the Ocala Banner has
his peculiarities and they are not pre-
cisely as other people's. He believes
in a sensible divorce law but has not
and does not expect to make any per-
sonal application of the law whatever
its provisions may be. That is more
than some editors can say living not
a thousand miles away from Ocala
who are loud-mouthed in opposition
to the humane divorce bill recently
passed so overwhelmingly by the
Florida legislature. The peculiarity
of some editors are so peculiar.
Purify the blood and put the system
in order for summer work by using at
this time a short course of Prickly
Ash Bitters, it is the greatest blood
purifier on earth. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store, special agents. 53
The Ford & Hiller telephone line
to Early Bird was completed this
week. It is a double line and first
class in all respects. It is a private
enterprise but will be free to the
friends and customers of the firm. It
will be worth a great many dollars to
Ocala, because, owing to the manner
in which the mails are run, it takes
a letter five days to reach Ocala and
return from Early Bird and only one
day to Gainesville and return. The
telephone wires will be uned by the
business men along the line in
place of the mails. The line will con-
nect with the Commercial hank as
well as with Ford & Hiller's office.
"It is with a good deal of pleasure
and satisfaction that I reeoiumeind
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," say- Drutirist A.
W. Sawtelle, of Hartford, Conn. "A
lady customer, seeing the remedy ex-
posed for sale on my .lhiMw /a-V Si'I
to me: 'I really believe that medliciiie


Spring Humors

of the Blood
Come to a large majority of people.
Probably 75 per cent. of t" s are
cured every year L"y I Soa'!' Sr:t;pn-
rilla, and we hlop,. 1 th' kyvr-ti.-
menrit to get the o:11 r ., ,l2 ,'.' ( c!t. to
take this great Spri.g i ..ine.
It will sharpen your ap0l.tite, cure
all stomach troubles, relieve that
tired feeling.
Its strength as a blood purifier is
demonstrated by its marvelous cures of
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Scald Head Boils, Pimples
AN Kinds of Humor Psoriasis
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.

More About the Syrup Reolaery.


To the Editor of the Banner.
As there seems to be some misappre-
hension about what I am doing in
carrying out my proposition to form a
sugar and syrup refining and general
canning company. I submit for the
consideration of the people of Ocala
and Marion cou t of a great mass
of correspondence, the following let-
ter without comment other than to
msay it is improbable to do anything
definitely without an incorporated
company to back me up, which I will
endeavor to complete as soon as I can
conscientiously leave my plantation
affairs. I see daylight ahead. This to
my mind is the most tangible propo-
sition I have to submit for sugar and
molasses. I do not feel authorized, as
yet, to reveal the identity of the
party, other than to the Banner and
the Star.
Will say further, this is not the only
string I have to pull on.
The kindness of the press from here
to New York and around to Louisiana
has put me in touch with enough re-
sources to make this matter a com-
plete success if our people interest
themselves enough to encourage it.
I repeat, much depends upon the
Banner and Star whose valuable co-
operation I am happy to acknowledge.
"Major Chas. W. Campbell, Sr.,
Ocala, Fla., Dear. Sir.-I note in
"Sugar Planter's Journal" of your in-
tention to erect a sugar factory. I am
the originator of a system of making
0. K. sugar and molasses. Something
new and original, and I have so much
faith in it, that I take a half interest
in every home I build. The cost ot a
home is from $10,000 to $100,000, and
manufacturing a ton of cane 15 cents
to $1.50. Now in building a home I
trust you may not fall into the mis-
take of erecting a big affair in order
to see the wheels run, but will build
something that will pay. If you can
raise as much as $10,000 preferred
stock, I'll take my $10,000 in common
stock, and build you a home to grind
200 tons per day and if 5000 tons can
be controlled the first year, $lo,0Hn)
net can te made.
"I would bring a large model I am
having made, and demonstrate before
asking anything that would be un-
reasonable in way of committing
yourselves. I think your lands from
what I hear will not allow an expen-
diture of a large amount of money
in expensive machinery. Write me
fully your plans.


Yours very truly,

"N. B. The machine makes 100 lbs.
96 per cent sugar and ten gallons of
molasses per ton. You can figure the
profits from a ton-sugar 4 cents mo-
lasses 2.1 cents. -. --."
This is a proposition to make sugar
and molasses, I am figuring with the
view to make syrup also. Will give re-
sults when obtained.
CHASE. W. CAMPBELL, SR.



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MUNI


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4 re hew,. _d
webe" &dduhb rai ea" a em

O I. M. timm t is umbered to
id*k Ut this week.
ue bbised Restaurant feeds the
mvy amnd give rest to he weary.
NM. Lynta and Me Beville, of
QaJereville. are visiting In the city.
The peik" at Htsum r,*as yesterday
wrn largely atteunlt-I anl a merry day
bvrte d._
M3m. rret- 1.. Taylor has gone to
Mldim n to vaii ber laarent-. Mr. and

O qNriug gi'nds are arriving daily.
Orie and i u ,wct them. They are
0iMMt:1l. 0 Fa hel.
hu. C. J. Ganrett has received the
smmste money on the death of her
hmbd el ami the F. U. ot A.
SW a very glad to my that little
lekath MeDsa is very much
r~it. isimproving every day.
ammm a hReam is In lAke City
&"Abm the -----_-t ezer-
ba of Mteria rc-

Mr.* S ut Barey, of OCtra, and
n Em Jeuhson, of Reddihek,
.e muried at tm latter place Tues.

Syes want mest, anrtistic, up-to-.
M Job paribtng cal at the Ocala
hn.ajob nams or seend lin youear or-

or. FW4dIL. trlnorof Arcadia, will
dd4wr the alumni address at the
e---e-eem-t emrises at the Flor
Ma Agu~tlu nal leMenext week.


Mr. J. 0. Hightower and Mrs. M.
A. Meem, of CaOdler, were married In
6 eity yeseday. Rev. J. C. Pnrter
Md he metriammntal knot meotdaint-

Mr. Chi. F. chelder, superin-
dst eof the "Golden Acre Orange
Ie"' ar Ocala. is attending the
ieft of the horticultarima at St

Mr. J. Borland, .of Citra, Mr. J.
W. masma, ot Coredeal, Capt. MDa-
vM, eof rlowship, and Mr. John H.
bhes. et Martel, were on our streets

Dr. James Edward Chase has been
emadniag the week in Tampa attend-
lag the amuial meeting of the State
DmeaI Association. He will return
temsetw.
Rev. T. J. Nizoo assed through
O lta Wednesday afternoon en route
*- lawsburg, where he went to at-
tnd the Commeancement exercises of
the Perida Conference College.
Mr. MWheddy Nash, our little Syrian
aIthant, is goiog to leave Ocala and
itde in Tallahanmee. He is a born
perhast and wben be returns to his
mefitry be will carry the shekels.
1r. Vinment Moody, who came up
to Orla several weeks ago to recuper-
atk after a sever attack of typhoid
evr. bha- returned to his work in St.

Nbis, '4Edua lthzier and Gertie Pey-
PYr heB *Itoue to Lake City to at tei i
tbe 1'M-aeiieueb*meln t exeri e-s of the
FIlwluda Areriultural collegee Tlnh*y
will tIf lIt guts( of Mirs. t'. V.
Waurt. ____
PlW16't*ai1i folowr la grippe, but
awv-r follow' tnhe u- of Foley'sl Hon-
ey sti l Tar, the great throat aud lung
i*ot. Iht*,.. m
Mrs )itamuo-i lidg-water and Miam
Agto Kurfoird, who have been spend-
hag several meoethsb with Hon. It. A.
eurflrd and family, left Wednesday
form ry. Ala, wbtre they will visit
a sh.rt whiie, befor returning to their
theamt in Diso, tprigsu. Teon. Their
Imay tfnr4m hre reIt "heir de-
Panrra. Va twigly. They were ac-
ftmspnld by Ktbert Allen and Mary
urford. who will niPed the sum-


OCALA, FLORIDA.


a 5SSS~G. SAUSM.


.........t aMreMlses of the


Uader the priepaldp of Professor
Jliah Vara tbe Ocla High School
Ie j eompted an eight mouth's
Nme I term.
_Moday mlet at the opera house
thed eal exrless of the primary

pla A small admilo was charg.
ed to M the peams. Tem e tomseo
was crowded.
The enertalnmeat Ceosisted of
msic, reitations and songs, or
"Mother Nature's Festival." Mother
Nature was epremented by Miss Paul-
ine Sullivan, of the high school. The
little children oi the two departments
were dressed to represent the different
birds, seeds, flowers and months.
Each had a song to sing or a piece to
recite, and the different costumes of
the little ones presented a most pleas.
ing effect. It was one of the prettiest
and most successful entertainments
that we have ever seen children in,
and we regret not to be able to give
each one special mention.
The hoop drill liy twenty-five little
girls dressed in white with pink rose
hoops was very pretty. The children
were well drilled and to their. faithful
teaches is due much of the success of
the entertainment.
A still larger audience than the night
before gathered at the opera house
Tuesday night to witaems the com-
mencement exercises of the grammer
and the high school departments.
The stage was prettily decorated with
palm ahd pot plants.
There was no graduating clam this
year, owing to the fact that the cur-
riculum has been raised one year;
so that the pupils in the highest class
this term still have another term be-
fore them.
The exercises were begun with
mauseic by the Ocala orchestra, consist-
ing of Miss Alice Yonge, piano; Miss
Belle Mathews, violin; Frank Math-
ews, cornet. After this came a song
entitled Spring, Come, Genail Spring.
This was followed bythe Stamp Act
by thirteen boys of the sixth grade.
They were dressed in colouial cos-
tumes representing the historical
figures who took part in that memor-
able debate which brought on the
Revolutionary struggle.
The following characters were rep-
resented.
John Hancock .. Royal Cole
John Randolph......... ..Bruce Meffert
Henry Lee....... Brantley Weathers
tPatrick Henry........... Charlie Gray
Henry Pendleton .. Lang Goodyear
Robert Nichols Sidney Maddox
Thomas Wythe...... Andrew Faueett
John Morris............... Morris Smith
Jas. McNeal.......... Adolf Dame
Mr. Ferguson ... .Wright Hess
John Adams .........Ralph Robinson
John McDougall.........Willie Counts


In the course of the debate Wash-
ington (Herbert Counts was brought
in and made commander-in-chief of
the continental army.
Competent critics pronounced it a
most excellent production. :
=Sunshine and Shadow of Ocala was
a beautiful parasol drill by eighteen
little girls of the grammer school.
After this came a song by several of
the classes. The Ocala orchestra play-
ed all through the exercises.
* The next on the program was a
medley by the following boys and
girls: Plumley viekinson, Adolf
Dame, Morris Smith, Hottie Smith,
Chas. (Cleveland, Janet Weathers,
Mary Gates, Sam Barco, Anna Mixon,
Susie eymour, Jessie Martin, Royal
Cole, Harry Paucett, Andrew Faucett.
Arehie McAteer, Lang Goodyear and
Ethel lane.
The March of Our Flag, by t wenty-
four girls in red, white and blue cos-
tumes and carrying flags, was splen-
didly executed, and was followed by
a song, Don't be Sorry.
Then followed the masterpiece of the
evening, a comedietta in one act, en-
titled. A Case of Suspension, by the
pupils of the elevent a grade. "The
cest of -*haracters was as follows:
Prof Egerton.......... ...W. T. Gary
Miss Judkins.........Miss Jennie Bull
Dorothy........ Mis Violet Harris
Mildred ..........iss BerniceMark
Alice...... Miss Annie Mae Standley
Jonas ..............Osco Zewadski
Kathleen (Irish girl)
Miss Lillian Farris
Harold.. .................Harry haw


FRDY MAY 24. i9tiOLA ER


scholars, finding out that the teacher
was in the basket, left him sespeoded
in midair until he promi dse not to
'"give them away." Tbem he was
caught a the room by the other teah-
enrs. and all sorts of oieal dsitations
encased. The pie was very lvely and
greatly enjoyed The ezeree l doeed
with a song In Earty Spring.
e for the Oreseet Mtyl.
Hon. John G. Beardon and Mr. H.
L Anderson left yesterday for New
Oreans, where they go to argue an
important caMe before the United
States eircuit court of appeals now sit-
ting in that city.
The title of the ease is L. Pan! Ju-
meau as admistrater of the estate of
Achille Henri Laurent, deceased,
plaintiff in error vs William M. Brooks
and Sue G. Brooks, his wife, defend-
ant in error.
Both gentlemen have submitted
briefs. .
The case in one form and another
has been before the court for a long
time.
Both gentlemen will enjoy their stay
in the Crescent city which ever way
the case is decided.
A Peer Millieonaire


Lately starved in London because
he could not digest his food. Early use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would
have saved him. They strengthen the
stomach, aid digestion, promote as-
similation,improve the apyetlte. Price
25c. Money back if not satisfied.
Sold by Garrett & (Geng drugists. 25c
5
o**e of.the J.ae Csamlastle.
The regular state uniform examlna-
tion for teachers will commence on
Tuesday, June 4th, 1901, at 9 o'clock
a. mo., in the Ocala High School build-
ing for white applicants and in How-
ard Academy building for colored ap-
plicants. All teacher who expect to
teach in Marion county and do not
hold an unexpired certificate should
take this examination. Teachers will
be required to supply themselves with
fools or legal cap paper, pen and ink.
One dollar will be charged each ap-
plicant, according to law, to pay the
expenses of the examination. Three
days will be given those applying for
second and third grades, and four
days for first grades.
W. D. CARm,
Supt. Pub. Inst.
Early last Monday morning just as
the clerk and his assistants in the
court house were setting down -to
work iu walked an o'possum fresh
from the woods. After a hot pursuit
the queer visitor was caught by Ar-
chie Clay, colored, and will serve as a
Sunday dinner.




Docs the

Baby Thrive
If not, something must be
wrong with its food. If th.
mother's milk doesn't nour-
ish it, she needs SCOTTS'
EMULSION. It supplies the
elements of fat required for
the baby. If baby is r.c:
nourished by its artificial I
food, then it requires -

Scoffs E mmu ir
Half a teaspoonful o t..
or four times a day in ,.
* bottle will have the d.s.re-
t effect. It seems to have a
4 magical effect upon babic ,
4 and children. A fifty-cen.t
bottle w11 prove the truth .
of our statements.
Should be taken In summer as
well as winter.
0 oc. and $Sz.oo. all druggists.
S SCOTT'& B.s Chemist:. New York.
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MSe. WNIllm J. Chambers.
I W. J. Chamber, of Marion county,
was born In Wayne county, Miss-
, ippi In July, 163. He came to
Maria county, Florida, with hi par-
eats In 1873. He is of the historical
Chambers family of south Orollna,
hi foresthers distinguisbing them.
slves forever In the Revolutlonry
war. Though deprived of the advan-
lags of good schools when a youth,
Mr. Chamber, by hard study, fited


A Star Prilter.
Mr. A. H. White, whom the 8tar,
our evening contemporary, say is a
star printer of them at magnitude, is
now with the Oeala Banner and has
been for the pat two weeks, though
we have been too modest to go late
sotacles over It.
The Oask Banner tries to have the
best that's afloat.


hinnelf for a practical business life, Its present outfit may be briefly
and is thoroughly posted on matters summed up as follows:
which concern the Intorw of the Good type, good ink, good pa ,
government, both state and national.g egood- good pr,,
Mr. Chambers spent five years of his ood ro good pree good
life in the mercantile business in good printers.
Georgia when a young man, but re- It you have any kind of printing
turned to his old home in Marion you want done in good, up-to-date
county when he reached his majority, style, bring it to the Ocala Banner.
devoting himself, to the making of an It makes it its business to e ts
orange grwve. At the time of the big It makes I its bsess to give it
freeze, 1895, he had made a grove from customers satisfaction.
which he was shipping 10,000 boxes a Defeat of-theDispensary Bill.
year. Since the freeze he has devoted T t o e di
his attention to farming, though al- The above named bill, whic has
ways taking the Interest in home created Intense excitement in all parts
politics that a gqod man should take, of the state, and which passed the
he was never a candicate for political lower branch of the legislature by a
honors until induced by his friends to majority of nine was killed In the
allow his name to go before the last j o
primary for representative, though senate yesterday. The defeat of the
there were six candidates for the office, measure is a great surprise and disae
Mr. Chambers had no difficulty in pointment to its friends.
leading tfhe race, receiving more votes
In Ocala. and the county at large, In constipation Herhine affords a
thanwany other candidate, natural, healthful remedy, acting
Mr. Chambers was married to Miss promptly. A few small doses will
Jennie Bass, at Eufala, Ala., in 1890, usually be found to so regulate the
and four children have blessed the excretory functions that they are able
union. He is a consistent member to operate without any aid whatever.
and one of the pillars of the Metho- Price 50 ets. Anti-Monopoly Drug
diet church, South. He was one of Store. a
the nineteen men who opposed the
insanity divorce bill. Though a quiet
and unassuming man, and not given H u I hes
to long, oratorical debates, Mr. Cham- -- m O -
bers always conmands the" attention
of the house when he rises to speak ll
on any subject, and his judgment onC h 1 T onic.v .a
all questions is respected. (Palatable)
He is one of the leading factors In
Marion county's politics.-Tallahassee Better Than
Capital. Calomel and Quinina...


To Cere a Cold is Oae ay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All I ruggists refund the money
if It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25e. +
The Dispeasary *ill.
The Wall dispensary bill passed the
lower branch of the Florida legisla-
ture last Monday.
The vote stood, yeas, 35; nays, 26.
Messrs. Z!wadski and Chamoers vot-
ing in the affirmative.
Board
Having opened a first class board-
lug house one block south of the
Methodist church, on South." Main
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,
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THE OCALA BARIUM, MAY


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THE OCALA BANNER.
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Gen. Fitz John Porter is dead.
All the schools in Jacksnmville will
be rebuilt.


Forty thousand Italian-. are .- .k*
for the United States this month.
The Times at st. Petersiurg i.-
most excellent printed and readai:
paper.
Mrs. Lyman G. Gage. wife of :l:
secretary of the treasury, lied lA.
Saturday.
The United States ha- more g-Old i
its treasury than any other natiol
and perhaps more in its mines.
A man was recently arrested i
Jackson, Miss., for a murder con
emitted twenty-eight years ago.
The greatest city in the world wi
be found in the United Stater befol
the end of the present century.
A new bank has been organized a
Penacola. It is known as tbe-Amez
lean Savings Bank and Trust Co(R
hany
The Richmond Times believes thea
valuable oil deposits will be discover,
ed within a radius of twenty miles '
Richmond.
Hon. 8. M. 8parkman delivered th
address at the commencement exet
eioesat the Leesburg Conference Co]
lege Tuesday.
The yellow fever money, alou
which almost a scandal has been raise
ed, will be used for the Jaceni-nvill
calamity sufferers.
Since the discovery of oil at B"eau
month, Texas, the number of real et
tate transfers filed for record since
May llth, amounts to $10,216,119.63
Miss E. Nellie Beck has been unAu
imously elected editor of the Bartow
Courier-Informant by the board o
trustees. This is a compliment t
merit.
The Pensaeola Journal asks the
question: "Which would you rath.e:
be the governor or the governor'
fitthae4n-law?" and intimates that i
would rather be the latter.
Maalon county is now in Hon. Stev
Sparkman'sdistrict. The distinguish
ed gentleman should begin making
our aequaintesnace. We like an
olmial who does not permit the grasm
to grow under his feet.
Mr. A. A. Persons, formerly pro.
fenor of chemistry at the Floridi
Agricultural College, but now of the
University of Alabama, will deliver
the Alumni oration on June 11th at
the.Alabama Polytechnic Institute.
Adolph Oehs has three newspapers
and a trade publication. Neither is
as bright as the Tampa Tribune. If
Wallace Stovall were in a big city he
would make a fortune in a little while
He could give Ochs points to burn.
The bill appropriating 975,0it for
the epl rgement of the capitol build.
ing has passed both houses of the leg.
islature and will receive the governor's
signature. The plans adopted will
make it a most attractive building.
The treasurer of the New Bedford,
(Mass.) Christian Endeavor Society
has gone off with the safety funds.
The good book says "lead -me not in
temptation." Moral: There should
be very little money even in a church
treasury.
That was a strange vis'itation that
befell the metropolis. All but two
barrooms, the roof garden, the harks,
the houses of bad repute, were all or
nearly all saved, the sehcb.'!, convents,
churches, armory, market, and tem-
ples of justice were all destroyed.
Our only regret in being promoted
from the second to the first district is


in parting company with Hou. Robt.
W. Davis. But there i- nothing
to prevent Col. Bol, from hie-
coming a citizen of 'h-. firt.
Ocala would be proud of L: iiz-n,-
ship.
The two shamrock-, th- ya'ht- i,,..
longing to Sir ThomaQ Lipton. wt-re
disabled in a 'quall Ti'e-itay. Bo-th
ve-,,'ls were bally w;'e.k'1d, Kingm
Edward VII was ,on ther two and had :i ;it.': *w -ape-
from being killed. Th.* ,;.w- *,f the
disaster cau-ed great "-x;ei'i.-uit it,


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lowa:
"A new oracle has .sprung up in these latte
e times in the person of an Ocala editor, wei
comes forth to teach wisdom to thesi- latter agt<
r- in regard to marriage aad divorce
l- "He regards marriage he o3ys. mietely .:s
civil contract, to le broken whenever con\ enien
If you suggest to him. 'What God has joined
It together let no man out a-under. he .-neer
.- and says that is the veriest sentiment and cat
le not b-accepted by sensible men as sound teac in
at a". But the question is, who -aid that' An
who is the cicala editor' To which of th ,'e a r
we to give hv-ed- He makes merry over imagi
nary case% of "puppy love" and youthf"u mis:
takes which he says ought to be corrected at th
e earliest possible moment."
Ia To Olden Time.
*- A copy of the Ocala Banner of 1si
w lies before us.
f That was a time before the folly oi
o specie resumption and though Ocala
was not then one fifth its present size
e the paper bear evidence of marked
>r prosperity. It has more' than eigh
s columns of legal advertisements abd
it other advertisements in proportion.
The terms of subscription were as
l follows: $3 per year in advance, sih
e months, $2; three months $1.
The advertising rates, $1.50 for firsi
g Insertion; each subsequent insert io
n up to one month, 75 cents; after one
B wonth, 50 cents. "
Communications of a personal
* character, twenty-five cents per line,
m Obituaries exceeding four lines and
e tributes of respect, charged for as ad.
r vertisements.
t The paper bears at its masthead,
Horatio Seymour, of New York, for
s president, and Frank P. Blair, of Mis-
souri, for vice-president.
f The G Peepleet the State and
the Covicts.
The editor of the Orlando Record
says that the good people of Florida
desire that the question of the dispo-
sition of the convicts be settled on
Other than purely financial grounds.
They have no desiep to make the un-
fortunate convict a source of revenue.
They do not care to be placed in the
position of living off the miseries of
the state's prisoners, no matter how
well deserved the imprisonment may
be. The flesh and blood of no human
being should be the subject of barter
and sale in the free state of Florida.
Prisoners should be cared for, train-
ed and, if peosible, reformed. That is
the duty of the state, and an aroused
public conscience will certainly de-
mand that our representatives see to
it that modern methods in the car- of
prisoners be adopted at the earliest
possible moment.
The Chureh and the Sabbath.
In the Southern Presbyterian gen-
eral assembly which held its session
at Little Rock, Ark., the permanent
committee on the Sabbath submitted
its report last Tuesday. The report
emphasizes the difficulty, if not im-
possibility, of intiuencing the mnasw,.-
to maintain a decent respect for thl.-
i Lord's day s long as the goverruient
requires it- army of employees to work
Su thle .'abbath at.il dlitlerent -tat,-
SrunLinug of both freight aind pase'nier
ears ai s-,.ulatr !ew-papers are ailow-
A,, to pursue their av.cation :, ,n
,other ,lay,,, putli-hing al -,in,,,;,
i tht-ir papers for gain.
More Gifts by Andrew Carnegie.


WHAT a mOO MAW SMYS.

Mr. Josephus Anderson,D.D., editor
of the Florida Christian Advocate,
the Nestor of the religious press, and
the oldest preacher on active duty in
Florida. speaking of "inwsnity as a
ground for divorce,'" ays edi:orially
in the eolumts of his paper:
'The dicu--iomn aris;'in from n t 6h ac, ,t ;u.ii
L_ :-.'>l'atu e grant:i.Q ,iv- orc o inu-r-.b'.c i -.
aunity h,-- rsnade.-Tme strange tlin 0ot-. o:t
.id< :he act referred to is attacked in a way that
might iad1 to the couc'tuiio:n that our d.r rc'
t*w- wod ),e all right it'this ,ast si- w- out
cf tht. way But that -.ia-C' not ri:'. :or 0 e
have 'ong had wor-e divorce !aw- than thl" .'ne
hi c""estiou
Speaking of Mr. Fligler whose
name has been coarsely and almost
brutally used in connection with the
passage'of this law. Dr. Anderson
Sye :
There is tco, I tear. an m.ca'led for tr.on"ial
t.t:ment in the di.zcussion. It may be ;:u. that
a certain mian 'se'etuggt that his relief was partly in view. but I do not
'beiev'e that his money paid any man to vote for
it. or that he would -toop so low a- t- offer a
,tihe That he ha- done a great deal for our
-tate and deserves special cons'idration ought
not to be called in question by any F'oridian.
IHe deserves to be honored and I would jcin in
p!acing a chaplet on his 1,rov. And senator
Adams and Governor Jennings are Christian
gentlemen of high character, who may have
made a mistake but ought not to be denounced
as traitors to good morals "
New We are Misquoted.
In the articles that appeared in this
paper on the subject of divorce, we
said:
"*We do not wish, to be misquoted nor mis-
understood
"We do not believe that divorces should be
sought nor granted for trial causes.
"We bold the marriage relation to be the
holiest of human compacts."
And yet Mr. A. M. White, of Fort
White, misquotes us flippantly in the
Florida Christian Advocate as fol-


A cablegram from Manilla under
date of May 20 says that Gen. Lacuna,
one of the most prominent of the
Filipino generals, with his entire force
of 31 officers and 245 riflemen, sur-
rendered to Gen. Funston yesterday.
They were liberated after taking the
oath of allegiance to the United
IStates. With this surrender not an
armed insurgent remains in Bulucan,
and only thirty ritlenite remain in
Neuva Ecija, and it is expected the
latter will soon surrender. Gen. Fun-
ston says if an Investigation shows
that any of the rebels were implicated
in any of the violation of the laws of
war or have been guilty of murder he
could easily find them.
Gen. Wheaton telegraphs as fol-
lows: "All the insurgent leaders in
north Luzon have surrendered, thus
terminating the war in a part of the
country so far as concerns armed re-
sistence to the United Stales."
General Mexica, with four officers
and thirty men, surrendered to Major
Gilmore, of the Forty-third U. 8. In-
fantry, at Baybay on Saturday.
The oil fields of Kentucky and Ten-
nesee are the oldest in the south, they
were drilled many years before the
war. While the output is small com-
pared to the great oil geysers of Tex.
as, the oil is of a very superior quality
and has always been pumped at a
good paying marginal profit. The
wells are now being enlarged.


OLDPEOPLE
Have a charm of their own when they
are not *eak and feeble, but hale and
hearty, enjoying the sports and pleasures
of youth though they cannot participate
in them. The whole secret of a sturdy
old age is this: Keep the stomach and
organs of digestion and nutrition in per-
fect order. The young man who dos
not think of his stomach will be made to
think of it as he grows old. It is the
"weak" stomach, incapable of supplying
the adequate nutrition for the body,
which causes the weakness and feeble-
ness of old age.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion nid nutrition. It
makes the "" veak stomach strong, and
so enables the body to be fully nourished
and strengthened by the food which is
eaten.
"I suffered for six years with ,onstipation and
indigestion, during which time I employed
several physician-, but the'; could not reach
my care.'" writes Mr. G. Pcpplewell. of Eureka
Sprints. Carroll Co. Ark. *I felt that there
was no help for rme. could not retain food on mv
stomach : had vtrtizo and would fall helpless to
the floor. Two year-, a-.g- I commenced taking
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
little 'Pllets.' and improved from the start.
After taking twelve bottles of the Discovery I
waT :i!lt- t:, ,. l:ht work and have been im-
S ,v : -, I a:n now in Zood health
r ;, :'.. :. yt.ar. I owe it all to I)r
l';( rc e ;t : ...-
Dr. Picr c'c Commoin Sense Medical
Ahvi-cr, :n;- r7 covr.r i- sent /)re on
rect <,,; ':e-c ;*t 1t "mp, to pay
expens- of :::;: .". A.\,idres Dr.
R. V. Piicrce, Buihio,: N. Y.


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P IGCEONIMIK
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The Rimed City Suggests a 8*eatil
Thought.
The following beautiful sentiment,
suggested by the ruins of Jacksonville,
written to ie Savannah News, hy
Mr. J. W. Tench,b, of Gai-eesville, is
worthy of reproduction:
"Saturday I went over to Jackson-
ville. There was no bridge of sighs
to stand upon, and the pallaces aand
prisons were no mo re, but over the
charred earth sigbs lin plenty sped.
Over the bosom of the broad river
moans were creeping to the iea. The
pines in Riverside were sighing a
'Miserere Mei Dontine.' A khamsin
wind blew over the city the dust of
desolation. Men wept, women moan-
ed and children wailed, but the stars
came out with their wonted brilliancy
and the hyacinths drifted on the
bosom of the majestic river, outward
to the ocean, oblivious to the misery
they were passing. Over the vast
flame swept section but one thing re-
mained to tell of the touch of the
hand of civilization-the Confederate
monument. As I gazed upon the
bronze soldier on top of the marble
shaft I smelt the battle smoke and I
saw the form of Pickett on the crest of
Cemetery Ridge, flame wreathed and
thunder shook, defying death, laugh-
ing at destruction and reveling in the
carnival of annihilation. There it
stood, a dull, insensate thing of bronze,
just emerged from a hell of flame, but
calm as Lee, looking with tear-moist-
ened eye upon the desolation beneath,
triumphant, but not the victor."
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OCALA, FLORIDA.


FRIDAY.


MAY 14, 1901.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


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l.AW AT TMEU EET OP THE MAN Wif
WAt i MMdNVX AND WITHOUT MERIT
EAe wHI THR THIN OF THE HILL; NOR
WIJ.I. IT KK'K THE MAN WHO IS ;oSIN
P -WN IT.

I' doe not require much of an effort
fur O kala to raise the dust.
ni- I- lt Inwail to be had in the city
at. he Iltilroad Restaurant.
Mr. lten Bell s|ent Sunday iu the
w,.y with his mother and si.ter-s.
Mr. Ardli Waterman has resumed
b.- positionn as cashier for H. B. Mas-
** '. __ __
Miss Mary Reardon will entertain
Ust Young Ladies Whist Club this
afternoon.
3eneal and Mr. J. J. Dickinson
are now iviag at Dr. Frederick's on
F:. King aveue.
tmpa's eontributioa to Jackson.n
ville amounted to some than seven

Mr. W. K. Crtis, who travel for
te Vilm eempay was an own

Dr. K. V-.n Had aemwpanled Mr.
J. BWBlmbde to Now York and mfy
go wft hinta oo d.L
Mr. Bm May. mad wife, of Jack
=Isno, spent id OMSday In Oeulsa
Wth Mr. Maye. mother.
Mm. afte Pede is in laake Qty at-
"eading the eemm-seemet exeeleses
of the Flids Agricultual College.
Mins Ca Gray will return home
today am Amatonte, Ala., where she
has sern ateeaeg the Normal In-
-I
Bteep OGy will preach the con-
inrnesmet sesrmon at the Florida
Agrtealtmal lolege at lake City

M.G Oeoqe lgeme Bryson is the
gCa of Mi PFannie Clark. Mrs.
ym is the wife of the Tlme-Union
and Ctissa's Cabt errempomndeuet
Mr. a W. Van Breat, principal of
UtI pammr schol has gone to his
hem ina Tauahee for the summer

MilW Framels Cle leaves today for
Tuy and Moatgamery, Ala., where
he wi spend the summer visiting
friend ad relatives.
Rev. I. V. Atisson, of Jackson-
ville, preached the baeealeaureate ser-
moe at the commencement of the
East Florida Seminary unday.
MKi- allle Yaneey, one of the pop-
ulr teachers of the Ocala high school,
leaves today for her home in Orlando
to spend the summer vacation.
Mr. J. B. EiLs of Feruamdinaspent
Monday and Tuesday in Ocala. He
was acompsaied home on Tuesday
by Mrs. Hies, who bas been visiting
a Oesla the past week.
Science has fouad that rheumatism
z a d by urie acid in the blood.
'Th s potion told be execrated by
the kidmeys. No rheumatism with
healthy ildeys. Folev's Kidney
rne always makes them well. Anti-
Moeopoly Drag Store. m
The Star give out the information
.hat Mr. 'rank Harris is the Ocala
coremipondent of the Tiaaee-Union
and ,itizen. The Star is misinformed,
Mr. Harris does not enjoy the distine-
:ion.
Habitual coastipattou is the door
:hbr tgb which many of the serious
I1 of the body are admitted. The
ormieal ase of Prickly Asa Bitters


wvi care and remove this distrestng
'ontiion. Auti-Moopoly Drug
Store, apeeial Me 4-12
Mr. E.il 'Van Euper, after an ab-
eue e of shabt eghbt months at his
old home ia ibrwe-, Belgium, has
rturnd wOeala. Mr. Van Empen is
a pnemiAmiet pbhephae man. He is
A a--v mn


B. M. B ,er who lost his residence
mad store building in the Jackson-
ville conflagainton, is spending a few
days in the city. He has a store build-
ing here and may again become a
citizen of Ocala.
The sanitary Inspector, who has
just completed his official round of the
city, says there is more building, and
repairs to old buildings and fences,
than he has known in the past five
years. It is his opinion that Ocala is
making a steady and substantial
growth. Its health is good.
Ballard's Snow Linimeut cures
rheumatism, neuralgia, headache,
sick headache, sore throat, cuts,
sprains, bruises, old sores, corns and
all pain and inflammation. The most
penetrating liniment in the world.
Price 25 eta. and 50 cts. Anti-Mono-
poly. Drg Store. m
The Knights of Phythias of thiscity
is a growing and popular organization.
It Ww Jast purchased an eligible lot
from the Methodist Episcopal church,
Somat, near the public square and will
seom graes the same with a handsome
brick struetue.
Many so-alled "bitters" are not
mditeciea, but simply liquids dis-
gased, so as to evade the law. Prckly
Ashm Blemis not one of this lss.
It is strietly a medicine, acting pri-
marily o the kids, liver and bow-
eO, and for the dangerous diseases
that attack these organs it is a remedy
of the ant grade. There is nothing
oot ble in its taste, it has an
agreeable flavor and is acceptable to
the meet delicate stomach. Anti.
Monopoly Drug Store, special agents.
Mr. C. T. Trask, of Belieview, was
in Ocala Tuesday. He said his little
city is moving alone quietly. That
the northerners who winter there
have like swallows homeward
flown, but that they are paying re-
newed attention to their groves and
In a little while the trees will regain
their pristine beauty. Hezekiah But-
terworth, editor of the Youth's Comrn-
padion, and a poet of acknowledged
merit, has a winter home and a grove
there.


Biliousness is a condition charac.
tedred by a disturbance of the diges-
tive organs. The stomach is debilita-
ted, the liver torpid, the bowels con-
stipated. There is a loathing of food,
pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated
tongue and vomiting, first of the un-
digested or partly digested food and
then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets allay the disturb-
ances of the stomach and create a
healthy appetite. They also tone up
the liver to a healthy action and reg-
ulate the bowels. Try them and you
are certain to be much pleased with
the result. For sale by the Anti-Mo-
opoly Drug Store. m
The Confederate Veterans camp of
this county held a meeting last Sat-
urday. In the absence of their com-
mander, Mr. 0. M. Hubbard acted in
that capacity. Comrades 0. M. Hub-
bard, j. A. Pittman and W. 0. Mas-
sey were elected delegates to repre-
sent the camp at the Confederate
Veterans reunion at Memphis next
week. This camp has ninety-seven
on its roll among whom Is Mr. C. C.
Hemming the donator of the Confed-
erate monument at Jacksonville. Mr.
Hemming keeps up his membership
and takes a lively interest in the or-
ganization.
The girl is the mother of the woman
just as "the boy is the father of the
man." The period when the woman-
ly functions begin is one to be careful-
ly watched and considered. Irregular-
ity or derangement at this time may
be promptly met and cured by the use
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
at neglected at this critical period
may ental years of future suffering.
"Favorite Preseription" acts directly
upon the womanly organs giving
thm perfect vigor and abundant
vitality. It removes the obstruction
A .. ..M An la a-Uem


Children's Dty was celebrated at
the Methodist church last Sunday
morning. The following program was
well rendered:
Song, by school.
Prayer.
Song, by infant class.
Responsive reading, by school.
Adddress, by the pastor.
Song, by Miss Lapham's class.
Responsive reading, by school.
Song, by school.
R-citation, by Wary Seymour.
Recitation, by some of the class.
Recitation, by four little boys.
Recitation, by LeIia Barnes.
Song, by school.
Recitation, by Sam Barco.
Recitation. by Lottie Kingirn
Song, by school.
Collection.
Benediction..
Benediction.


Finds It a oeafy


Oblidrea's Bay at Christiea Charob.
The first Sunday in June is known
as Children's Day and will be fitting-
ly observed at the Christian church,
(Disciples of Christ). 'here will be
music and flowers, happy-faced child-
Iren and general good cheer. The
church will be handsomely decorated
for the occasslon. This has come to
be a great day In this denomination.
It was first observed in 1881; now It
is observed In all their schools. It is
held in the interest of beathen mis-
ioos. This people now have missions
In all of the great heathen fields of
the world. Last year the Sunday
schools of this people raised $42,7000
on Children's Day. Since 1881 they
have raised over -300,000. Special ef-
fort is being made this year to raise
$50,000 the first Sunday in June and
we learn that signs point to success.
We have no doubt the Sunday
school in this pla&e will do its full
share toward the $50,000. They are
liberal and enterprising. We hope
the friends will render the children
substIntial encouragement in their
lofty purposes. The school will be
delighted to see their friends present
on that day. It will be a great rally
day and a day of generous gifts, a day
long to be remembered. A special
drill has been prepared for this and
the exercises will be held instead of
the evening services at 7:30 p. m.
A R agg, earlag Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. EUh of Limbo, la., had to
repair. "S8tanmdlg walst deep nla ley
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
old and oegh. It grew wse daily.
Finally the bet doctor in land,
Neb.,Sloux and Omaha said I had
euonmption dad ld not live. Then
I began nsiag Dr. King's New Die-
eovery and was wholly ared by six
bottles." Positively gumaranateed for
coughs, cold and all threat and lung
troubles by Garrett A Gerig. Price Os
5
death of Mrs. J WIl mias.
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Juliet
Williams, died of acute indigestion at
her home in this city.
The derceaed w- in her fifty-first
year. She was a naive of Tennessee,
but came to Fl*Ida who* p very young.
She was a daughter of Dr. W.
F. Smith, oae of the early settlers of
this county, and who during the civil
war held a responsible position as see-
retary of one of the departments at
Richmond, Va. She was married in
Jacksonville in 1885. Her married
life was an extremely happy one.
She leaves a husband who for many
years past has been city marshal and
sanitary inspector, a married sister,
and a large number of relatives and
friends who mourn her death.
The funeral services were conducted
from her late residence Sunday after-
noon,Rev.Howard Dutill,of the Metho-
dist church in the absence of Rev. J.
G. Law, of the Presbyterian church,
officiated. The pall bearers were
Messrs. C. H. Dame, T. W. Troxler,
Davis Moody, Joseph Munden and
John Pasteur.
The remains were laid in Green-
wood cemetery.
The Most Stabborn Coeghs.
Resulting from an attack of la
grippe or heavy cold, must yield to
the wonderful healing properties of
Foley's Honey and Tar, which
strengthens the lungs and makes
them sound. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mT
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of our stove wood b esa s d em uan s,
we name thesehedule of ratsbelow-


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Banquet to Confederate Veterans.
Dickison Chapter, unitedd Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, hereby ex-
tend a cordial invitation to every
Confederate veteran in Marion county
to be their guest at a banquet to be
given in Ocala on June 3, the birth-
day of President Jefferson Davis.
The Florida legislature, some years
ago, made this a legal holiday in our
state, and the Daughters of the Con-
federacy desire to observe it in an ap.
propriate manner.
At 3 o'clock in the afternoon a pro-
cession will be formed on Fort King
avenue, opposite the armory, and pro-
ceed to the cemetery to hold a Deco-
ration Day ceremoales.
The children, boys and girls, and all
etlsenas so dliposed, are invited to join
taprooeakmL. .
e object of the observanee is to
honor the lIving, now gray haired
veterans, and to memoralile the Con-
federacy.


Mis. F. R. GAnY,
President Dickleon Chapter, U. D. C.
The Best Persearptbe for alaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tstele Chili Toolnice. It is
simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 20c. t
Memorial Bay Seruwns.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the people of Ocala to join with Ocala
Post *"17" 0. A. R. in the obrervance
of Memorial Day on Thursday the 30th
day of May 1901. The Post will meet
at its room in the Masonic hall at 10
o'clock a. m. and will proceed to the
old cemetery, where services will be
held at 10:30 o'clock a. m.
Rev. Mr. Coleman will deliver the
address. Other speakers will be ex-
pected. Any contributions of flowers
will be appreciated.
By order of
THOMAS J. OWEr,
JOSEPH BUMBY, Commander.
Adjutant.
As vaccination prevents smallpox,
and quinine chills and fever, so Teeth-
ina prevents and counteracts the ef-
fects of the summer's heat, much
dreaded by mothers with small chil-
dren. Teethina relieves the many
troubles incident to teething and the
hot summers, and no mother is excus
able for not giving it, for it costs only
IN5 cents at druggists; or mail 25 cents
to C. J. Moffett, M.' D., St. Louis,
Mo. w3
Adjudged Insane.
Mr. George A. Williams, for a lonr
time a school teacher in this county,
has been adjudged insane, and was
taken to the asylum last Sunday.
Until his misfortune overtook him
Mr. Williams was a most peaceful and
estimable citizen. He is a member of
a prominent family and completed
his education in Scotland.
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oeld.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
vay. Price 25 cents.
Mexzian June Corn.
I have just received a stock of this
famous corn for late planting,l:after
vegetables or oats, on good land-a
powerful yielder of fodder and grain.
J. B. Suttoa, Seedsman, Ocala,
Fla. 4-28
JULIETTE.

We have a few choice lots for sale in
JULIETTE, also timber, phosphat
and farm lands.
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DOLLAR A YEAR.


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W hbow ds hteb nsalm Mad the
AmMS an happy.
W ,. M. Lemmus is toumbteed on
fgt del 1 this week.
The ilna.d Itr.aurant feeds the
emCy asel rive rest 3A the weary.
Mr l.yn-h and Mr.. Beville, of
WQinM0rill*. are visiting In the city.
Tlh inw at Hen w lagrey attiil'ed i andl a terry day
i. ,"Jorted
Mrs. < L.*.re. 1.. l'avylr has gone to
MladaNi |ti vi-i' her p,:rents.. Mr. atnd
NMr. hia- k.
Or qrsing g.'*aod are arriving daily.
c(0 anad d aape.t them. They are
eetiful. M. Fit-hel.
bMt. (. J. ,amem mw.eony bmtmWd fhmu the F. I. of A.
We aw verytg4d to may that little
Dtsabett McDoaiMd i very much
be1er. Wie s intmprovig every day.
tWaCmra R imib to in Lke City
d' the -mmencement ezer.-
e of the Florida AgriculUral col-

Mr. tewart itemey, of Citra, and
w Raw I Jokmse, of teddick,
* mrri6ed at the latter plaMe TueW-

If ye wamt mst. artistic, up-to-
daft job tpritig call at the Ocala
lem jt ** nmonseo r mend in your or-

Mr Frred I. Mtnatgr of Arradia, will
dskw the alumni addre at the
eaMsm -vomitn exe-r-isp at the Flor-
das Agricultera l (l.re.r et week.
Mr J 1. Hiatt..ow.-r and Mrs. M.
A Me-. .f 4, 4'said. were married in
thti rit) ye-t-rday. lR-v. J. ('. Porter
td thlb matriemnial kLot maontdaiti(-
Ily
Mr (<. -* F. 4-hewi4d-r. uple-rio-
Wtv-.t at tht **<-ikldeu Are tOrange
4d"*** me r <4hla. is attending the
Msm tes of( thl h
Mr. J. II. i.'rlana,. o, Citra, Mr. J.
W. PSarn4. or C4(rdell. <'apt. M.cDa-
vid ,,f Fellow.s4,ei,. and Mr. John H.
hr'k.*. of Martel, w r oni our street,
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Oir iJ. I. ward4l i~a.'e ha-- Noem
411100.ode'ais Ie,- week cin lainou sattend-
lot tII* aeite"lasi saetiamgcl to#he State
l~ikmmal Awom.. wa-t i m He will tReturti

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lS.mja Wvlm4eIsa% afivrii...o enrijroute'
Vfu.esc loveu~erg, %1a vhre lewe-lit to) at-
had the. 4 cmuo-ma.mmcewhnt eere-nif~ is-of

Mir e"motllq ly\a-41. ciur little. P'yrian
soo,",%laamt 1. glimgg to ieave. 4~ala amid
fom am 11o. semee. i%' a'. a brn
1w r- Ia sesatedi teel am.fit. return'. to) hisa
-out-tcry Is*-well carry th. lie'kti6.
lrif iiwtt mmsd wisto .am~e ul
In 46,-s~as wme-rerswevik alto.ptoo ireculeel-
at. sf..-r a -e.aftntiek -%( ty;.ii'.ic;
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--emme---me ta-mese$ of the
Smas HMigh Schol.
Under the principalship of Professor
Jetah Vam the Oasis High School
aJet completed an eight month's
emmeenal term.
Monday light at the opera house
the eA ig exercises of the primary
aSM Intermediate depmarmeu took
plaee. Aeml admission was charg-
ed to defay the expenws. The house
was cmowded.
The entertainment consisted of
mame, reeitations and songs, or
"Mother Nature's Festival." Mother
Nature was represented by Miss Paul-
ine Bullivan, of the high school. The
little children oi the two departments
were dressed to represent the different
bird., seeds, flowers and months.
Each had a song to sing or a piece to
recite, and the different costumes of
the little ones presented a most pleas-
ing effect. It was one of the prettiest
and most succetsful entertainments
that we have ever seen children in.
aj d we regret not to be able to give
I each onue special mention.
The hoop drill iby twenty-five little
girlsdressed in white with pink rose
hoops was very pretty. The children
were well drilled and to their faithful
teachers is due much of the success of
the entertainment.
A still larger audience than the night
before gathered at the opera house
Tuesday night to witness the com-
mencement exerelses of the grammer
and the high school departments.
The stage was prettily decorated with
palms ahd pot plants.
There was no graduating class this
year, owing to the fact that the cur-
riculum has been raised one year;
so that the pupils in the highest class
this term still have another term be-
fore them.
The exercises were begun with
music by the Ocala orchestra, consist-
ing of Miss Alice Yonge, piano; Miss
Belle Mathews, violin; Frank Math-
ew, cornet. After this came a song
entitled Spring, Come, Genail Spring.
This was followed by the Stamp Act
by thirteen boys of the sixth grade.
They were dresq.d in colonial cos-
tumes representing the historical
figures who took part in that memor-
able debate which brought on the
Revolutionary struggle.
The following characters were rep-
reseuted.
John Hancwck .. Roysl ( ole
John Randolph......... Bruce Meffert
Henry Lee....... Brantley Weathers
tatrick Henry........... Charlie Gray
Henry Pendleton Lang Goodyear
Rowbert Nichols Sidney Maddox
Thomies Wythe..... Andrew Faueett
John Morris...............Morris Smith
Ja. McNeal ......... Adolf Dame
Mr. Fergupson ... .Wright Hess


John Adams .........Ralph Robinson
John McDougall .......Willie Counts
In the course of the debate Wash.
inigton (Herbert Countse was brought
in anmd made commander in-chief of
the continental army.
Competent critics pronounced it a
moat excellent production. '
=Sunshine and Shadow of Ocala was
a: beautiful parasol drill by eighteen
little girls of the grammer school.
After this came a song by several of
thie classes. The Oeala orchestra play-
ed all through the exercises.
The next on the program was a
medley by the following boys and
girl: Plumley vickinson, Adolf
SDman, M'orri Smith, Hottie Smith,
i'haC. Cleveland, Janet Weathers,
Mary;atest, Samn Barno. Anna Mixonu,
s muic' yourmou. Jesaie Martin. Royal
4'..1d. Harry Famneett. Aminrew F:aucett.
Arlbie M,.Alt.er, I.L-ieig soolyear and
Ethel l.na-e.
Th.e Mar'li of Our Flagc, ty t wenty-
four airl-4 in re-l, white and blue cos-
ttiuie- aiid **,.rryinu Ii tl-, was splen-
liily e.xe.utedl, anld was followed by
a matic, Donu't lIe Sorry.
Tlen followed the itasterpiece of the
evenlinig, a comnidietta in one art, en-
titled A Case of Suspension, by the
pupils of the eleven grade. The
eislt of **haracters was as follows:
Prof F.Erton ...... ...W. T. Gary
Mims Judkin,,. ......Miss Jennie Bull
IkrwDothy ....... Mi* Violet Harris
Mildred .........Miss Bernice Mark
Alice. Mias Annie Mac qtandlev
Jonas ........ Osco Zewadski
Kathleen < Irith girl
Mi s Lillian Farris


scholars, finding out that the teacher Men William J. Chambers.
was in the basket, left him suspended W. J. Chambers, of Marion county,
in midair until he promised not to was born aIn Wayne county, Miss-
"give them away." Then he was, lppi, In July 1863. He came to
caught In thei room by the other teeh i Marion county, lorida, with his par
er. and all sorts of comical situatios mats in 187. He is of the historical
ensed. The pieze was very lively and Chambers family of South Carollma,
greatly enjoyed The exzrenm eloed his forefathers distinguishing them.
with a song, In Early Sprlang elves forever in the Revolutionary
"-. ft fthft e any. war. Though deprived of the advan-
.Jn... r w ad r. tags of good schools when a youth,
Hon. John 0. leardon and Mr. H. Mr. Chambers, by bard study, fitted
L. Anderson left yesterday for New himself for a practical business life,
Orleans, where they go to argue an md is thoroughly posted on matters
Important case before the United which concern the interest of the
States circuit court of appeqis now sit- government, both state and national.
ting in that city. Mr. Chambers spent five years of his
The title of the case is L. Paul Ju- life In the merchantile business in
meau as admistrater of the estate of Georgla when a young man, but re-
Achille Henri Laurent, deceased, -turned to his old home in Marion


plaintiff in error vs William M. Brooks
and Sue G. Brooks, his wife, defend-
ant in error.
Both gentlemen have submitted
briefs.
The case in one form and another
has been before the court for a long
time.
Roth gentlemen will enjoy their stay
in the Crescent city which ever way
tLe case is decided.
A Poor Millionaire
Lately starved in London because
he could not digest his food. Early use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would
have saved him. They strengthen the
stomach, aid digestion, promote as-
similation,improve the appetite. Price
25c. Money back if not satisfied.
Sold by Garrett & Geng druggists. 25c
5
otUes of the Juoe Examlmatioe.
The regular state uniform examsina-
tion for teachers will commence on
Tuesday, June 4th, 1901, at 9 o'clock
a. ma., in the Ocala High School build-
ing for white applicants and in How-
ard Academy building for colored ap-
plicants. All teachers who expect to
teach in Marion county and do not
hold an unexpired certificate should
take this examination. Teachers will
be required to supply themselves with
fools or legal cap paper, pen and ink.
One dollar will be charged each ap.
plicant, according to law, to pay the
expenses of the examination. Three
days will be given those applying for
second and third grades, and four
days for first grades.
W. D. CARN,
Supt. Pub. Inst.
Early last Monday morning just as
the clerk and his assistants in the
court house were setting down to
work iu walked an o'possum fresh
from the woods. After a hot pursuit
the queer visitor was caught by Ar-
chie Clay, colored, and will serve as a
Sunday dinner.

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wrong with its food. If thic
mother's r.iik doesn't nour-.
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elements of fat required fcr
the baby. If baby is r.cn
nourished by its artiUfic-.
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or four times a day ii .,
bottle will have the cim'x.;
effect. It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth '
of our statements.


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s T anT i $S o all druwi Yots.
SCOTT & BWNI-, Chemists,. New York.


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county when he reached his majority,
devoting himself, to the making of an
orange grove. At the time of the big
freeze, 1895, he had made a grove from
which he was shipping 10,()0 boxes a
year. Since the freeze he has devoted
his attention to farming, though al.
ways taking the interest in home
politics that a good man should take,
he was never a candidate for political
honors until induced by his friends to
allow his name to go before the last
primary for representative, though
there were six candidates for the office,
Mr. Chambers had no difficulty in
leading the race, receiving more votes
In Ocala. and the county at large,
than any other candidate.
Mr. Chambers was married to Miss
Jennie Bass, at Eufala, Ala., in 1890,
and four children have blessed the
union. He is a consistent member
and one of the pillars of the Metho-
dbt church, South. He was one of
the nineteen men who opposed the
Insanity divorce bill. Though a quiet
and unassuming man, and not given
to long, oratorical debates, Mr. Cham-
bers alwayseconam-.nds the attention
of the house when he rises to speak
on any subject, and his judgment on
all questions is respected.
He Is one of the leading factors in
Marion county's politics.-Tallabassee
Capital.
To Core a Cold i One Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25e. +
The Dispeasary BIII.
The Wall dispensary bill passed the
lower branch of the Florida legisla-
ture last Monday.
The vote stood, yeas, 35; nays, 26.
Messrs. Zewadski and Chambers vot-
ing in the affirmative.
Board
Having opened a first class board-
iug house one block south of the
Methodist church, on South' Main
street, (The Commereial: House) I am
now prepared to furnish good board
and lodging to several persons by the
dav or week. G. F. WILLIAMS.
4-5-m Proprietor.


A Star PIrItto.
Mr. A. H. White, whom the 8tar,
our evening oontmporary, says is a
star printer of the first maglntude, s
now with the Ocala Banner and has
been for the pst two weeks, though
we have been too modest to go Into
ecstacies over It
The Oeala Banner tries to have the
bet that's afloat.
Its present outfit may be briefly
summed up as follows:
Good type, good Ink, good paper,
good rollers, good presses, good prices,
good printers.
If you have any kind of printing
you want done in good, up-to-date
style, bring it to the Oeals Banner.
It makes it its business to give its
customers satisfaction.


Defeat of the Dispensary Bill.
The above named bill, which has
created intense excitement in all parts
of the state, and which passed the
lower branch of the legislature by a
majority of nine, was killed in the
senate yesterday. The defeat of the
measure is a great surprise and disap-
pointment to its friends.
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Gen. Fitz John Prte-r s 'l.sad.
All the *ho.nis in Ja-ksM1vil:e wlll
ibe rebuilt.
Forty thousand Italian- are ,, 'ke,
for the I'nited .state- this mimuth.
The Times at St. Peter- ,urg i- a
most excellent printited and readable
paper.
Mrs. Lymau n (;age. wife of the~
secretary of the treasury, fti-i la-t
Saturday.
The United States ha.- more gold in
its treasury than any other nation.
and perhaps more in its mines.
A man was recently arre-ted in
Jackson, Miss., for a murder ,:om-
mntted twenty-eight years ago.
The greatest city in the world will
be found in the United States before
the end of the present century.
A new bank has been organized at
Pensacola. It is known as the Amer-
ican Savings Bank and Trust Com-
hany
The Richmond Times believes that
valuable oil deposits will be discover-
ed within a radius of twenty miles of
Richmond.
Hon. S. M. Sparkman delivered the
address at the commencement exer-
elsesat the Leesburg Conference Col-
lege Tuesday.
The yellow fever money, about
which almost a scandal ha- been rais-
ed, will be used for the Jack- nville
calamity sufferers.
Since the discovery of oil at Beau-
mont, Texas, the number of real es-
tate transfers filed for record since
May llth, amounts to $10,216,119.83.
Miss E. Nellie Beck has been unan-
imously elected editor of the Bartow
Courier-Informant by the board of
trustees. This is a compliment to
merit.
The Pensamola Journal asks the
question: "Which would you rather
be the governor or the governor's
father-in-law?" and intimates that it
would rather be the latter.
Masion county is now in Hon. Steve
Sparkman's district. The distinguish-
ed gentleman should begin making
our acquaintenance. We like an
ofcial who does not permit the grass
to grow under his feet.
Mr. A. A. Persons, formerly pro.
fessor of chemistry at the Florida
Agricultural College, but now of the
University of Alabama, will deliver
the Alumni oration on June lIth at
the Alabama Polytechnic Institute.
Adolph Ochs has three newspapers
and a trade publication. Neither is
as bright as the Tampa Tribune. If
Wallace Stovall were in a big city he
would make a fortune in a little while.
He could give Ochs points to burn.
The bill appropriating $75,00t for
the enlargement of the capitol build-
ing has passed both houses of the leg-
islature and will receive the governor's
signature. The plans adopted will
make it a most attractive building.
The treasurer of the New Bedford,
(Mass.) Christian Endeavor Society
has gone off with the society funds.
The good book says "lead me not in
temptation." Moral: There should
be very little money even iu a church
treasury.
That was a strange visitation that
befell the metropoli.. All but two
barrooms, the roof garden, the shack".


the houses of bad repute, were all or
nearly all saved, the schools, convents,
churches, armory, market, and tern-
ples of justice were all de-troyed.
Our only regret in heiiig promoted
from the second to the first district i.,
in parting company with H n. RIobt.
W. Davis. But there i-, unthing
to prevent Col. IB,,, from be-
.oming a 'itizen "f ite ;r-t.
Ocala would le proud of h.- 't!-- -
ship.
The two .hanlrock-, th" a -i'- I:-
longing to sir Tlhomas Iipto, w.'e
disabled in a -:iuall TI.a--lay. Iti
ve-sev' wer-' ai!y \.: -v'tk Ii, iJn\
Edmwart VII \'wa-, oin 'nan:'.'-k t:u.- i
her two and h:!i ; :i ..;:;'t *V *'--'ti'
front ieinsz killed. TI'; : w- ,;' :h-
disaster cau-ed( great exciteie:n' :


IHE OCAL.


fortunate convict a source of revenue.
They do not care to be placed in the
position of living off the miseries of
the state's prisoners, no matter how
well deserved the imprisonment may
be. The flesh and blood of no human
being should be the subject of barter
and sale in the free state of Florida.
Prisoners should be cared for, train-
ed and, if psosible, reformed. That is
the duty of the state, and an aroused
public conscience will certainly de-
mand that our representatives see to
it that modern methods in the cara of
prisoners be adopted at the earliest
pos-ible moment.
The Church and the Sabbath.
In the Southern Presbyterian gen-
eral assembly whih held its session
at Little Rock, Ark., the permanent
committee on the Sabbath submitted
its report last Tuesday. The report
ernphat.izes the difficulty, if not im-
,o,~-sibility, of intluenviug the classes
t., maintain a decent respect for tlih
L.rd' day as long as then overrmenit
re-'iwires it- army of employees to work
.i the Satblathl a;d different -taate--
rtiliting of btthi freight an1i pas..tner
i:tlr alnd, seular newspapers are allo.tv-
-I r to pursue their avi-ation tis 1nI
Oith-r days, pub1lihi40 1-antd .-ii igi
h.ir palipers for tiain.
Mcre Gifts by Andrew Carnerie.


The RIiaed City Suggests a Beautiful
Thought.


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WHAT A G000 MAm SAYS.

Mr. Joseph us Anderson,D. D., edit(
of the Florida Christian Advoeat
tlh- Nestor of the religious press, at
the oldest preacher (ot active duwy i
PForida, s.peakini of "ins-inity e S
ground for divorce,' sayr ledi.oriti
in the coliinis of his papter:t
The discts-.ioni a::.ingii fromn the A, t a '
g: -atuire treating ;iv'rct for :iu ir.ntl)c i
.-..yv ha.- madetlsome strange turn-, in o'
:i- the act lerrei to i-. atta:kCe a way th
!i;ghlt :ead to the conclinion that o-.r diver
.-would be all right if this last one were o
tht way nut that is aas' not true. t.;r
a-.e long hadl wor-e tirorce laws than the o
i u question
Speaking of Mr. Fltgler who'
name has been coarsely and almfi'
brutally used in connection with tlh
pa-'age'of this law, Dr. Auderso
-ay: :
There is too. I fear, an ti.cae!td for per-on:
-:- ::ent in the di cu-sion. It may lW tiu w th
*r. '- tain man sica-e'iiggt-ted the movement at
that hi- itlief wa- partly in view, but I do n(
;>e;:v'.e that his money paid any man to V-ote f
:t or that ht would stoop so low as to offer
ir e That he ha-s done a great deal for ot
-tat- and deserves special consideration ougl
not to be called in question by any Floridiat
lie deserves to be- honored and I would jrin i
piaung a chaplet on hi% brow. And t;nat<
Adams and Governor Jennings are Christia
gentlemen of high character, who may hav
made a mistake but ought not to be denounce
as traitors to good morals "
Now We are Misquoted.
In the articles that appeared in thi
paper on the subject of divorce, w
said:
*We do not wish, to be misquoted nor mis
understood
We do not believe that divorces should bh
sought nor gi anted for trial causes.
We hold the marriage relation to be th
holiest of human compacts."
And yet Mr. A. M. White, of For
White, misquotes us flippantly in th
Florida Christian Advocate as fol
lows:
*A new oracle has sprung up in these latte
times in the person of an Ocala editor. wh
comes forth to teach wisdom to these latter age
in regard to marriage add divorce
He regards marriage he says, merely as
civil contract, to hbe broken whenever convenient
If you l-uggest to him. 'What God ha% joined'
together let no man put asunder,' he -neer,
aind says that is the veriest sentiment atid can
not ,-._ accepted l)y -ensilh'e mnen assountl teaching
at i.1. But the question is, who said that' An,
who is the vcala vditor1 To which of these ar
we to give heed? He makes merry over inagii
nary cases of "puppy love" and youthful mnis
takes which he says ought to be corrected at tht
earliest possible moment."
In Te Olden Time.
A copy of the Ocala Banner of lS61
lies before us.
That was a time before the folly o
specie resumption and though Ocali
was not then one fifth its present size
the paper bears evidence of market
prosperity. It has more than eight
column of legal advertisements and
other advertisements in proportion.
The terms of subscription were at
follows: $3 per year in advance, si]
months, $2; three months $1.
The advertising rates, $1.50 for first
insertion; each subsequent insertion
up to one month, 75 cents; after one
wonth, 50 cents.
Communications of a personal
character, twenty-five cents per line.
Obituaries exceeding four lines and
tributes of respect, charged for as ad-
vertisements.
The paper bears at its masthead,
Horatio Seymour, of New York, for
president, and Frank P. Blair, of Mis-
souri, for vice-president.
The oeed People et the State and
the Cenvists.
The editor of the Orlando Record
says that the good people of Florida
desire that the question of the dispo-
sition of the convicts be settled on
other than purely financial grounds.
They have no desire to make the un-


The following beautiful sentiment,
suggested by the ruins of Jacksonville,
written to the Savanniah News, by
Mr. J. W. Tench, of Gai"esville, is
worthy of reproduction:
"Saturday I went over to Jaekson-
ville. There was no bridge of sigh-l
to -taUd upon, and the palatces and
prisons were no mn re, but over the
charred earth sigh. ;in plenty sped.
Over the bosom of the broad river
moans were creeping to the tsea. The
pines in Riverside were sighing a
'Miserere Mei Domine.' A khamsin
wind blew over the city the dust of
desolation. Men wept, women moan-
ed and children wailed, but the stars
came out with their wonted brilliancy
and the hyacinths drifted on the
bosom of the majestic river, outward
to the ocean, oblivious to the misery
they were passing. Over the vast
flame swept section but one thing re-
mained to tell .of the touch of the
hand of civilization-the Conftrderate
monument. As I gazed upon the
bronze soldier on top of the marble
shaft I smelt the battle smoke and I
saw the form of Pickett on the crest of
Cemetery Ridge, flame wreathed and
thunder shook, defying death, laugh-
ing at destruction and reveling in the
carnival of annihilation. There it
stood, a dull, insensate thing of bronze,
just emerged from a hell of flame, but
calm as Lee, looking with tear-moist-
ened eye upon the desolation beneath,
triumphant, but not the victor."
Another Feather for Fuaston.
A cablegram from Manilla under
date of May 20 says that Gen. Lacuna,
one of the most prominent of the
Filipino generals, with his entire force
of 31 officers and 245 riflemen, sur-
tendered to Gen. Funston yesterday.
They were liberated after taking the
oath of allegiance to the United
States. With this surrender not an
armed insurgent remains in Bulutan,
and only thirty riflenen remain in
Neuva ]Ecija, and it is expected the
latter will soon surrender. Geu. Fun-
ston says if an investigation shows
that any of the rebels were :.iplicated
in any of the violation of the laws of
war or have been guilty of murder lie
could easily find them.
Gen. Wheaton telegraphs as fol-
lows: "All the insurgent leaders in
north Luzon have surrendered, thus
terminating the war in a 'part of the
country so far as concerns armed re-
sistence to the United States."
General Mexica, with four officers
and thirty men, surrendered to Major
Gilmore, of the Forty-third U. S. In-
fantry, at Baybay on Saturday.
The oil fields of Kentucky and Ten.
nessee are the oldest in the south, they
were drilled many years before the
war. While the output is small com-
pared to the great oil geysers of Tex-
as, the oil is of a very superior quality
and has always been pumped at a
good paying marginal profit. The
wells are now being enlarged.


RLdEEVES RAID INIVIGORATES.

It cliases the liver and bowels, strengthens the kidneys ad
aids digesliu, thus the system is regulated and the
body fortifieW to resist disease.
... A VALUABLE K TO KEEP U TNE ..SE
SOLD BY ALL DRUCCW8TS.
Price St.o* Per Bottle. mA


Anti -Monopoly Drug Store Special Agent.







COiMMERIAL BANK i OCALA.


[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]


CAPITAL "O350000

,Accounta of Firms, Corporations and individuals ZWoli ited.
Prompt Attention to all Businesm Eat rusted to our (are.
Exchange Bought and Sold. i

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WE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. Unless we pt pg
'. meat we may as well let it alekm
There is no strength in toagh ma
4 -. --instead of giving, it take* .mft
.. ,to digest it. It pays to be carefti 1
buying meat-be sure to get the bM
t aml --tender and choice. Py a H1b


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more if need be and put sometbl-;4 t
your stomach which will pa' (t1 -
your bones and strong blood it: yM4
heart.


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Sta0l 2 amd 4 City Markht, Odral. .


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BIG WHISKEY HOUSE.

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Have a charm of their own when they
are not weak and feebje, but hale and
hearty, enjoying the sports and pleasures
of youth though they cannot participate
in them. The whole secret of a sturdy
old age is this : Keep the stomach and
Organs of digestion and nutrition in per-
feet order. The young man who docs
not think of his stomach will be made to
think of it as he grows old. It is the
"weak stomach, incapable of supplying
the adequate nutrition for the body,
which causes the weakness and feeble-
ness of old ace,
I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverv
cures d(lsease-, of the ston:ach and other
organs of 'digestion and nutrition. It
makes the weak stomach strong, andti
so enables the body to be fully nourished
and strengthened by the food which is
eaten.
"I -i.fft.red for s-ix years with tonnstipation and
indigt stion. during %-hich ti:ie I emnploynved
several phyvsk. ans. but thiy could not reach
my cae.*" write- Mr. G 'opph well, of Eureka
Springs. Carroll C-. Ark. *I felt that there
was no help for me. coiui not retain food on my
stomach: had! v ert.o and waald faill helpless to
thne flor. Two y I'(;;- ag c I cOTmtenced taking
I>x-tor Piercer' Gc( ien M. tcil Di)iov(wry and
littlee 'Pllets." and improved froit the start.
After tn a i;n twelve .ottt (,,' the Ii- ,ovcrv 1I
wa, ;0A.-" t li :t wrk a, have n'i imn-
r v .: -. ": :, g%. h(althi
r ;t-, : ., o it all to )r
Dr. I't .' ('Tnm:nii S-7i'." Me'lical
Adviser. n r ..,. -. i- -. :;i /,, ,n
e\xt,';i .- o ,:., :. : ,iht.ss Dr.
Pierce i;ial -. \. .

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tb... .iagmr-a.viw dr s. "ae- .v, Ilth
envut'r i tha! *-au ~vew 'e.,-h 1pr.aitatale
mpulsq. !r sai 1w small :amamunt if ta:t-
ley kt Wo-r r..fmiredl too, prtidaac and
jov ooooiCr taarka-t 'aucimervilof? A
move, !,,~' farmer a-au *il'ivate twell-
Ywt- &U-fu6a-h~a -Aheajaly 5s
bo -& a!i k a u',a mtt'er of aerrei .n corni.
at#. aa alt-.a t "-meth~rird441 what would
6w !b.- for!.. he ttum-wrrtf a.-revin
fn'ea 6... Tt~en jit a. manif"O'~y clear

frna-preAw~-ing e'0untry.-
#o. &3- ,:w. if y-ouilevote the en-
taut ferrl'ltory of af .uthero (Georgia&and
Pl'ar..ala tiat io. adapted to the growing
Af"11o 140 .in j. e-lturr. it will depress
alb, 'uarko-1 like an tover prnduo"'tion of


evear imp14wJtCel fresunother koiuntrites


i..- ..-~a.i -1janZm::g your a;~i ns

o.-wtbcrn feorgia and Florida are yet
is their waddlingattira. Bit suppose
we 4-ud *4 ta a j n/5W0,90V#&of the out-


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WfTH Ak LAME BACK ?

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:errfo at- ney. laver
11a:.d tia4ci atmedy.
:* r .the Cleat mnedi-
1%. cual t,'um~h cOf the u,6are-
z(f v'd fr years c-f
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17'r. K,:r.er. the crr!%i-
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%hows a retuarktitle agg1regation of

('aneecaunloe srowui on nall area of
i.. t It.--'. than .iuiwwgo dUm..mkiles in
ii imoga Slid Flo.rida. Th:- pi ae landis
t, 6last IIule nmunch tit- e rzrport~on,
aii-'t?.- tay far the loIt-st, a-4tho- eatije

teli t im il#i.-Ilie I.-miU i4alzme4-11" a' l-
tan-11 per c..iit. Thtre 6 r,() ii'C)b

,A! I ter 'troII l,' ll-ei'i .thita lg1,~ tr
It %% ill tri .-i 'alIai.*E miaUtany land l
4Ctollafjt id.ol f tir 4b'qs Ten Wiltt i.,
la-1%i n JUi II -t ir fe nowil!i, 81111
four euhijrt' !-nnir bl.*t %ill ciqpon lie jillek]
Wi i azfriflv, frilaa, I iass of mitimi-
srr ants. wil %-it.! lor' dltive norf- k ifiel
.of 11i 'atitlail.. 'rops ~Thau -n aie Irai.'eiI
.:j any'otiher Ipart a4)f tilt- eoltjnenit.
Amnoialanergrestat.dvamntaget that will
rtva-i~ly prtseu~t it~.elf over the north
?t)iW-frt is tlist the faruun-r-sean tnirrow
wheir lardlifjt-Alae rrdiouo-;every gitd aith inII
%ha.. A'notherirIs that, tile PIW(ala'
Of' d ii. eitinre -;e-'tldTio are noeted Air

ti-i ~ r*,* :&z'' ~eedueatiotiat ad'tiai-
t~age% are # xtellkiet. (Our clitmae is
tielicttmtui the year round.
The industrial advancement of this
section is going O. at s~ucht a rapid
rate, atud that without proper eneour-
agement, that the unwary stand agast
aml seesuingly enquire whethb~r it is
r.-aily biiwitl or somie one -else that's
li-euig.--Jopwphp Tillmnan, of Quitmnan,
Gas., in Baltimore Manufacturer's
Re.serd.


Roiw's This!
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Oatarrh that can-
nt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co, Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, h.Lve known
F. J. Chenev for the last fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out azy obliga-
tions made by their firm.
WEST & TRIAX, Whol-sale Druggists,
Toledo, 0.
"A )IN(I, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists., Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is take. inter-
na:ly, acting directly upon the blood
aitni mucous surfaces of the system.
Price T7c. per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's family pills are the best.
The 20th Century Woman
This is the golden era of the ages-
it is the diamond age for women.
In a recent address delivered before
the West End Woman's club, (f C(hi-
cago, entitled "The Twentieth Cen-
tury Woman," Mrs. Margaret Saug-
ster touched upon many things that
have from time to time appeared in
these columns and which we commend.
Among other things Mrs. Sang-ter
maid:
*'The woman of the twentieth cen-
tury is going to be the most beautiful
woman that has ever lived. Great
beauty comes from perfect health, and
woman is going ti twe healthy because
she will eat whol.sorne fnodl and take#
plenty of exercise
'ot only is the woman of the
twentieth century going to be beau-
tiful herself, tut she is going to wear
beautiful clothes. She is going to
have the prettiest gowns that have
ever been seen. It need not follow that
her dresses will be extravagant, and
that she is going to ruin her husband
by her extravagance, for that is far
from my meaning. But her clothes
are going to be dainty and artistic."
Cored a Rusming Sore.


--1 had a bad running sore on my
breast for over a year," says Henry
B Richards, of Willseyville, N. Y.,
*and tried a great many remedies,
but got no relief until I used Baunter
S.*lve. After using one half hox, I
was perfectly curedl. I cannot recom-
!mnnd it too highly. and will never lie
without it in the house." Anti-Mo-
:.olm ly Drug Store. n i
A Big Strike On.


.. leie :utcliineiy And Iidflea
Sthroaughout, the caaunltrvtda)fl
lorce a nine-hour l swith : row:l
~ wat.-to ii..4Olt.- redll~tioll tin raa
h- airs of l61wrtaa ai et-11' t M e'uid( .
'The -trike !1ireads over a liar2e ..x-


4 stja.ftj ile Ii rinu that vo.lutitar3'
.t- -'lits tdoor-1 -10y- 1t h: It it olild 1141t
...:.tr tal tp iit"l -tle-aOr law ~if it w~ere-
I l~ X.E-aZtla''itatun.",r aI'.I Withtren


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Life in Florida a Sweet Song.

e ',' ~:dine 'riaans-l'u11011 sinaif(ii-
t'-!I.m. wiie on a vi-4 it t .'tal(Itat -pokie
4 of ife -in ll orida to a~ij Atlatai~
.1'na l~jrep-)rtea-4t 15fol'ao xA


"(oh, Fiorida is all right. We have
the ,onjly -.'.ite in the tuntry. I
thought :eor'gia was the best until i
went to Florida. Tiere is nothing in
all thi- .'douintry to compare with the
Lan I *f' Flowers. Everybody is out
for a g- 'l time antl everybody gets
what is wanted. The ibusy set;sol iis
over :,,Iw and we arf just settling
(down ti a pleasant suniiiie-r vacatliten
with intAhing to worry us. Weather
deliriitfial; money free as ite suin-
-hine. 1When 3ou get tired working
for a living, just come to Floridu and
enjoy yourself."
It i-. perhaps, proper to say that Mr.
Hollainan's visit was just before the
Jacksonville fire.
National Mental Science Asseoiation.
The above named association will
convene at lea Breeze next Thank-.
giving day.
It will wh a gathering of great im-
portance to the state as it will induce
people to come to Florida from all
parts of the world.
The members of this association
who have their headquarters at Sea
Breeze have made the people of all
countries familiar with the beautiesof
our state by discriptive writings, illus-
trations and their weekly publication,
a widely read newspaper entitled,
Freedonim.
They have been largely instrumen-
tal in building up a town that has call-
ed rorth the admiration of thousana,-
of tourists who visit it annually.
The holding of the national nme -iiu
at ?-Na Breeze means imauch ftor the
whole -tate.


Beware of a Cough.
A c.',uj.h is not a disease Imu a symnp-
tom. (ousumption and brouchitiF,
which are the most dangerous atilI
fatal diseases, have for their .first in-
dication a persistent cough, and. if
properly treated as soon as this cough
appears, are easily cured. Chamber.
ain's Cough Remedy has proven
wonderfully successful, and gained its
wide reputation and extensive sale by
its su'.ess in curing tHie disease
which cause coughing If it is not
wbeuefi-ial it will not cost you a cent.
For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. II
The State Convicts.
The bill introduced ii the lower
brauh ( fthe legislature by Mr.
Chamber" of this county prohibiting
the convicts from being leased to phos-
phate miners passed that body by vote
of 4'; :o 15.
The bill was ably championed by
Me?-r-. Chambers and Zewadski, of
Mariou, Mr. Fulton, of Hernando, Mr.
Jackson, of Citrus, and others.
The public conscience is being
aroused and the legislature in adopt-
ing the measure is only obeying the
behe2-ts of the good people of the
state.


Lo


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Temper, Leisure and
Energy by the
housekeeper who
neglected to use


GOLD DUSTi
Weshing Powder !


JAPANESE

PILE CURE



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~ !a"."I NoC,1. 1%i4; N.


STANDLEY, CRANFORD& CO.


WAGONS,'

BUGGIES,

HARNESS


and S DDL RY


0OCALAL


F LORIDA


BANNER SALVE Is the Creat Healer.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drig Store


Nine- I ERBINE.
Tenths

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

al the REGULATES the Liver, Stomachand Bow!"

People Cleanses the System, Purifies the Bli.d.

Suffer CURES Malana, Biliousness, Coastipation,

from a Weak Stomach and Impired ligstion.

Diseased j Every Bl618W Wrhate t M
iver Price, 50 Cents.
Pd by JAMES F. FA",D. S. Lm, h

For sale by Anti-Monoroly Drug Store


MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE

J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.

Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


LP in mpt and Satisfactory Service A:,-utitt(1 Everyone.


Montezuma Block.


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J.:H. MORTON. W. D. -MOIITON.


OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
(Also:Successor to Tankee Novelty Works$

R' ugh and Finishin Lumber, M-.zntles
Scho; 1 Desks, C;iurch Sears,
<,!'-. ID,)or and Window Frai;:t-. I:.ilings, Pulpits. beUrcoin
:T:--. Kitchen Tables and Safes. M3idings, Turned 1 1;ik.
Scroll Sawing, Lath. -Liiiigles. Etc.
PAT NT' BEE HIVES A SPECIAL LITY.
"- r'.i:,nates promptly furnished.


1, ESPECIALLY SELECTED AND
A R liable G (arden-" ADAPTED FOR SOUTHERN
PLANTING. .
Refugee and Valentine Beaas. Genuine
* Bermuda Onion Seed, Griffiag's Succes-
sion Cabbage. Matchles and Money-
Maker Tomatoes, etc.. etc.

complete Stock of Fresh Field and Garden Seed Awayse and.
. ONLY OAREFULLY TESTED SEED SENT OUT. r
THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS,;
THE GRIFFING BROTHERS COMPANY,
P. 0. Box 533 B. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
,| g Cata'ogue fre nupon application.


ATLANTIC COAST LINE
S. v..' i ,;ri! i i r'. C,-t anll,1-- ;" -:I,.:J. u" e Jc a.. r6, T .]t :
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DR. THAGHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
For LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD. Try it.
S. 25 and 50 cents at your Druggist.


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The Uritld mttes havE- ;ur.*haaed
the Dasiiih W..t India Islatridi.
The, hitter a woman is the more she
enjoys in a quiet way some fellow
being rather desperate about her.
The wi companies already capital-
iaed at Beaumomt, Tenw, amount in
domla sad cents to $115,659,(%00.
The savammah amll carriers want to
wr skirt waats. It is the most sen-
iabi thiag we have seen in summer
wear.
The sales a the Jopulo (o., district
dring tea week eded May 11 were
O1,m,M u pade of ince ore and 1,-
mJ0,0 peais of lead ore, valued in
all t ma.6 s.
The Hoathern Railway operates
fom Atetla to Memphis, via Bir.
milhbam, a line of the very beK cafe-
ear, ervig breakfast, dinner and
supper on this train leaving Jackson-
ville at 7:46 p. m. arriving Memphis
at 8.:6 east evening.


Indigestion is the direct cause of
disease that kills thousands of per-
sons, aeaally. Stop the trouble at
the start with a little Prickly Ash
Bitter; it strengthens the stomach
and aids digestion. Anti-Monopoly
Drug store, Fpei:isl agents.
For a copy ,,f the famous three
coot mg tiru" two-Step, entitled
"Tickled to Ioe tth," send '' cent-, aiidl
for a teautif;i:v illustrated de.k af
playing ; eards.. Lrite B. W. Wrenn,
pame'-get traffi-: manager, Plant Sys-
tem, Savxannah. '., wfndinrg 5 cent..
in p(*taige or c&bh.


thipmenti of phosphate rock from
the Florida ports for the quarter end-
inc March 31. 1901 were- as follows:
Feruandiua 43.554 toon, Tampa, 95,-
048 tons. Savannah 38,551 tons, Bruns-
wick 627 tons, Punts Gorda 46S5 tons,
making a total for the three months of
177,112 tos.
Nine chances in ten it's your kid-
neys that need attention if you don't
feel well. Foley's Kidney Cure
makes healthy kidneys and will make
you well. Nothing else "just as good."
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mn
Ex-Presadent Cleveland will con-
tribute to the issue of the Saturday
Evening Post of June 1, an able paper
on the Waste of Public Money. In
this article Mr. Cleveland sounds a
warning note against national ex-
travagance and the criminally reck-
lass expenditure of public money.
Un lees a woman eats sufficient
nourishing food she can neither gain
or Keep a good complexion. Food,
when digested, is the baem of all health,
all strength, and all beauty. Herbine
will help digest what you eat, and give
you the clear, fright, beautiful skin
of health. Price 50 and 75f-ts. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
For the accommodation of the vet-
erans and their friends the Southern
Railway Compt,.y will run or Sunday
night a through sleeper to Memphis,
arriving Meilpflis at 8:05 p. m. Mon-
day. Paser.ger,- will arrive in Mem-
phis only the eveziug before the open-
inv day and will have all opportunity
of resting thoroughly before takinmt
part in the ceremonies.
Mist Florveicw Newman. who has
Iwea a great sufferer from muscular
rheumatism, say Chumbeerlain's Pain
Balm is the o.'v remedy that afford-s
h-r relief. Mi Newimiai is a much
respected rci.:eat of the village of
Gray, N. Y., aud makes this state-
m-nt for the Lenefit of others simi-
larly afflteted. This liniment is for
Bl.- by the Anti-Monopoly Drugr
Store. m
The "'Corn'pauln d-.; Phospbate'
Flhwidiet.s" Florida Phosphate Co I
was recently organized at Brus.els,


HUBBARD &


H.HAIR D WiA R E


DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE, CUT AND

WIRE NAILS, PAINTS

OILS, VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD,

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS, EVERYTHING


N THE


LINE OF BUILD-


ING MATERIALS. ETC., ETC.


AGRICULTURAL


MENTS,


DEERE


IMPLE-

PLOWS,


PLANET Ja. GROVE CULI

TIVATORS, ALL KINDS

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE


AND TINWARE,


CUT-


LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS. ROPES. PULLEYS.

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES.


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST i'"ES.


Hubbard & Macduff,


Urt&l^ I li010 !N o .D BY-THE--iEA,
HOTE L QUINAJEast ( Cost of Florida.
Hotel Coquina im situated on a bliff directly ovr'ooking the ocean.
While it ftffiers ald Orh deliihtLs of the sea-shfre, it i- ouly ten l inuute" walk. or
fire minuiti s by honreear. from the orange vrove" and mpaiT shale-d walks on
the banks of thb- Halifax River. It is two miles from th- railroad station,
being connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of
lenjou, orange, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of ot-;'nder and palmetto.
River, ocean, surf-oatbiug and flne fishing. The climate is ,eit-ghtful, and is
benefiial, inu cses of overwork or nervous prostration.
Will open about the first of June, but will he in a 1o0itioa CA e of
guests after May 20th. Summer rutes: $2 per day; 48 to $1- per week. ;24
For further luformstion address, D. B. MATHErON, Ormond, Fla.


"She Let Concealment
Like a Worm i' the Bad
Feed nm Her Dmak


How aptly Sl-k,-pevre touches the
dominant chord in a woman's nature.
She suffers in silence; draws a curtain
over her private sorrows, and endures
until endurance ceases to be a virtue.
This is especially the case with the
modest minded women who suffer from
diseases peculiar to the sex. They are
miserable and unhappy, and yet, although
they know thatthey need medical aid
and assistance, they choose rather to
bear the ills they know than to submit
ta the ,-i-ft* of some local phy-


B**Ilium, for a lseriod of thirty years .
rigiun, for a ..eriod of thirty years sician. For this reason many a woman
from March 1901. The capital i ets disease fasten upon her. She con-
610,000 frat,- al.out $12',,N. divided ceals her condition and endures a daily
into, 1'- ;'pi?!a shares of $1 l each martyrdom of pain because her mind
and 1-' d!v!,'eu.I shares, value not revolts at the thought of submission to
e administats ae he treatment she knows the local prac-
en he admniisti.tor ar titioner will insist upon.
e-i-. I -r. Em Krmntil, Very many women have written grate-
f;. ,S, *. ., -. I larit ful letters to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
N. Y., because they have found in his
methods an escape from the offensive
questions, the obnoxious examinations.
and the disagreeable local treatments
insisted on by so many home physicians.
-hisaliature :o, f the genuine. rhese things are, as a rule, not necessary.
Laxative L .';rs,utiieTablets Dr. Pierce's experience and success in
tUe remedy ti', a a maW treating hundreds of thousands of women,
..... enables him at once to determine from
The 'wu., .i- .&k i& i. A :he written statements of' women the
Th ra.w t i of disease which it is necessary to
tire country lt-re are now under con- t Sick women are invited to con-
tret., to le built during the present mlt Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
year, 3908 miles of road. Of this correspondence i sacredly confidential
amount nearly four thousand miles is mad the same strict professional privacy
amount nearly four thousand of i the ltter written co of women
l<.et-41 iu the south, and of the latter !as is observed by Dr. Pierce and his staff
amount 2059 miles are located in the a personal consultations with women at
soutuwtvs. Texas lads every other! he Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti-
satte with 763 mile% under ,qutract, ; .te, Batalo, N. Y.
anti Oklahoma and ludian Terrioojy A WOMAN'S STATEMENT.
612 milep. Judge Klttrell, Hon. o. "I enjoy good health, thanks to
12 oll. Judr Kittrell,. Pierce's Favori t s- ritinn .da


SePae edPcK l Aud nr, a I d oI,
from reading it that Dr. Pierce's medi-
cine would do me more good than all
the home doctors-end soit has. If ay
one had told me it would do me so much
good I would have mid, 'Oh no, not
that much good.' I can truly mythat I
was surprised at the benefit I received.
I can do all my washing and also tend
my lower garden. In fact I am on my
feet most all the time. An old friend of
mine mid to me, 'Why, what is the
matter with you? You are getting young
again.' I told her I had taken six bottles
of Dr. Pierce's medicines, and if she
would do likewise she would feel ten
years younger, too."
However wonderful it may seem, that
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
uniformly successful in curing
peculiar to women, it is not so wonder-
as it appears. It is not wonderful
to us, that a machine made to perform a
certain task accomplishes
it perfectly. We do not
wonder at the engine
which pulls the train of
cars, although we know
S nothing of mechanics.
A We know the engine was
made to do this thing.
S We do not wonder at a
rf musical artist like Pade-
r 7rewski who sits at the in-
/ i strument and produces
e perfect harmony. We
S now that constant prac-
r twice enables his perfect
command of the key-
board. Let an inexperi-
enced player sit down to
the piano, and the same
keys falsely touched jar
into discord. It is so with
s. i. Dr. I ierce in his experi-
S ence and practice of medi-
1 vcine. Favorite Prescrip-
J tion" only does what it
was made to do. Doctor
Pierce knows the whole
gamut of the female or-
ganism. Where a less
experienced practitioner
produces a discord, his
experience and skill en-
ables the production of
perfect harmony. The
difference between the
success of Dr. Pierce and
the ordinary practitioner
in the treatment and cure of womanly
ailments is the difference between skill.
and success on thi one hand and a casual
experience on the other.
GAINED TEN POUNDS.
"I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce'a
Favorite Prescription and two of his
'Golden Medical Discovery' and re-
ceived great benefit." writes Mrs. Elmer
D. Sheare, of Mounthope, Lancaster Co.,
Pa. "I do not have those sick spells as
formerly. Before I took your medicine
I could hardly walk at times, when I had
uterine trouble. I can truly say that
after taking four bottles of 'Favorite
Prescription' and two of Golden Med-
ical Discovery' I did not suffer any
more. I gained ten pounds in weight.
In June I commenced using the medicine
and in July helped to harvest the wheat,
so you may know that I did wot feel
very bad."
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pn.caiption
establishes regularity, dries disagreeable
drains, heals infismxation and ulcera-
tion and cures female weakness. It
tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the
appetite, and induces refreshing sleep.
As a tonic for weak, worn-out, run-down
women it is unequaled. It makes weak
women strong, sack women well.
Accent no substitute for "Favmnwie


THE ONLY b ~UtID ViJZJZxit
(Includiog Sunday)


F-JACKSONVILLE To



Seabord Air Line Railway
Leave Jackso.ville 1020 a. m. and 7:45 p m.


ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, via Rich1o1d. the di,*
the late Confederacy, Savannah, Colmba, Cal,
Pinehurst and Southern Pins.


THROUGH PULLMAN SLEgPER to New Orlean.
Pullman space to Old Point Comfort. Ocean
Virginia Beach and Norfolk.


VLa-w,


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Offie, Merebani'a Block, Oeala, Fla., or
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Through Trains via Southern Railway are Omed ina Chm
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Southern R'y, via Sav. Columbia & A*hsr
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
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Ocala, Fla.


MAY 24. 1901-


BANNER


THE OCALA


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law F~sou J. ~Ir~~..uItis $' I


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litip .6-.I ?t 5' t

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,,,* ~ ~ lolls- r .*-1 t: 2:.ours4.

4119.'a .:. ts't.. ai taeii -
fill: 1.: r- i l ia. i-re tio! xiik.-, I
aw.~k %.,Is m11% tiso-Y do# tithe Sunita hititigi
S01 ai'stsrtolpfe'IV4"' ti(in Ill- ie
way- I tell yvttthat 'oa'Iety, INits
hits.'~t fAp*1.I-t.i dw'instaifr this &'.uutrv
'pqsu aviii, ef.4 *of it titthe oilier."
At isia ;.:111 H. R-o. -;&In "'tidill al
gmoirifihat iv for mi, -k reppr'val, lwtlud a)
paataoi: I. tI,,-ittI ieverytx&4i~va
tt' or OU141ileiig
-4isr~re yopu are getinjg vulgar
130W.-
Are the- intllt1 Lef ta of these sermons
reatIy finr ttime lectat tervsza sor society
am4 si 9.tosutathey w 0 let' tsouragtsI'.


"Why CGtrle Coame Throw.
A great deal of fun is |Ioked at girls
beaoe they cannot throw a stone or a
eowbtll and hit the person or thing
they are aiming at. The general idea
as to why girls cannot throw as well as
boys in that they hare not acquired the
ktrk by practice as their brothers
have. Another explanation is given by
a medical man which tends to show
that girls could never learn the knack.
however much they tried.
Wtee a boy throws a stone, he
eronks his elbow and reaches back
with his fa.-clrmn. and In the act of
throw in;: !e' works every joint from
shoulder to wrist. The girl throws
with t;vr !hole arm rigid, whereas the
tery'ti arlmi :i- r.l.te', tl
1T;L tas -t a.* this, tiieretce is one
.,f a.: ::'*':: ". v ::e. fer' : :z't::e collar I ':!e'
- lio:.',rT n;',l i- set klo'v r tLhin in the
..- a* ...... I.e l4i-..;. crotk- 1.
::. i :ar-l I :" r,:f re. wv.;iih the fr ne
::- :. .,r.l T1 .* is the reason that
( t 'i: l "; .',, ".v n i.l.

Serb see aa Dreame-- Are Mnde Of.
Th*i I:;urla ::.-s of dreams mayiy iHe
nuntl- rate as mi ntir'.ies of vw.akt.n atioi. ali '-.aH'ies of waking thlioughts
and new swniaticns reeMived in sleep.
ih!jetlihr friom without or within. lr.
(;reorry n.tlontis of hiitls.lf that hav-
Ing on one occasion gone to bed with a
tiottle oif hot water at hi!s feet he
dreamed or walking up the crater of
Mount Etna aind feCl:ag the ground
warni under him. He hand at ans arlty
period of his ;ife visited Mount Vt.su-
viu- and acta::ly felt a strong sens-a-
tion of waroith iln iis feet when walk-
Ilg up the .;!*e f the crater, andi he
had :!ore ree uly raad ltryldone's doe
scripticn of Mhnct lt:ua.
On another occasion, having thrown
off te ItNdelothes in his ele(p. ie
dr-amned of s ,ending a winter at Ilud-
son's lIay andl of suffering distress firoti
the intense frost. lHe had teen renad-
ing a few days before a very p:irticu-
lar account of the state of the colonies
during wiuter.-Cassell's Magazine.

Fti Iand the Alphaabet.
Perhaps itue funniest tLi: t;o lo to td
rees-C'ting ihe attiqui'y of f isulg '
latvs to the huly wars \vhich w\\tre
waged in ancient Egypt over the finny
denizens of the water. the contlicts
arisi -, from the circumstance that. as
often happened. onie tribe would insist
with the utmost Irrtverence upon cat
Ing up the fishes which the Inhabitants
of an adjoining territory held in divine
adoration.
The child of today. in learning his a;i
phabet. calls the letters by their names
simply because the ancient lPhenicianti
were pleased to make similar figures
thie symbols of certain sounds, and It is i
thought very likely that the Phaoni-
clans bave been driven to invent that
alplalt't by the necessity of corrm-
sponding with peoples of various
tongues incidentally to the great cotni-
nkerce which grew out of the fishery.

The letter "'I*" i lke a selfish friend.
ite t' s'-it s p.ny. It the last in help.-
C'Lic~a'no News.

In t"7hr Pennsylvanla bad a colored
Population of 1t0.274.

Seven Years inSd.-
"'W.I1 wonlehr- ever t-ase" '":li.uite
the frei,1. of .Mrs. L. i'et-e. uf liw-
ren KIi li- h .. k aw -hie hiad teen
unaU ,e to !h-st' tla-r a-e., in ti ..-vei l year.
oui a ,.,tt ,f liver aila kidney trouble,
lr..^a. :. i -tr*i itV t.'i;! "'th!tee ot,!e-. ,f 1. -e ri Bit.
T -5 el.i .' l :lit'1 l' wt'ilk," s e writ-.< '
".;,. in Thtiri ti:. l.!!- I fa*' li;ea ew a i
S,..- ,:i W i',.ml1 .i-i n!Il'itit from he-at-
1 I,.'. '.' .-'ie. lmta v', t"- e's dh i0 "'"
; ... a .: -pi y. l.aiutini arit 'd *I/.'v



Unable to Work.


1,\ lit,


A. K. HAWKES
The Famous Atlanta Optician


RECEIVED


(OLl) MEDAL
Highest Award D;1planal;of Honor.

1st-iblished 1S7S.

hlse FatMus lassess for atw- by
DR. WM. ANDERSON.

Ey'esight Tested Free.

auction! Hawkes' Glasst f are netv-r
Ieddlel41. lie sure thatt "Hawke'" is
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tailing memory. fits. dizziness, hysteria, stops
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habits or exc.icsive use of tobacco, opium
liquors or "living the pace that kills." It wards
oB insanity, consumption and death. It clears
;he blcod and brain, builds up the shattered
nerves, restore" the fire of youth.and brings the
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Geemissinaur' 6 Distriots.


DISTRICT NuI. I.
C'O< iit lijtic g.i) L t lier 4**tf 2-1i L5 iiI t,, i-ilip 13 -outh
lof rliu e 2"1 t-i t, lis -c- rulliiiljta w stl

11, .s ti u.aa ry- ; .-**'tioti 29) pro-
titt*i.i Isrili i. '.r e litI Ie'1th I, ivr-
tlrtli Z igt ill' i ll III t r ? it li l' ilhla
Sihitt hwt- ;:'rnijr o f a ,'ion 29, iWilo-
s.ip 13. razizte 21 east, thence west to
iiI llt. W -. .-'Il't >Sf setit on 't.l Itl i11l-
-I!p 1.; r;tnt-t "21, theiII'e soth )0
-,u. tlit st corrier ofi o -ill -etiol, 31,
than,-ta- -as~ to l it;Yan w'set *.,irner of
.< *loi ., ;o\vwuhip 14, r;uige ;1, thence
,-ouitI lt ) south W*t( *-rl el* of seciiou
;31, ltoWih;lip 14 soull. r ltige 21 east,
thenlle ti-:.. 't (li tiortliwest corner of
-evi li :;, > vr;-hii 1.5 1 soutD, range 21
e,-*i, ItI In-4-" ,-uiih to soutllimWt cor-
ir of ?-*;-; 1oi .4, Io tiiohiip 15, rage
21, tht-'- U du- e-.i to Otkit-wana,
Ivr I-, ih nt-i-t fll,,vitwg thet' meauder-
i rs< of s:a,i tivtr to in'errSet:lion of
ihie siouith tIiouiitary f rsec-tioi>l 13, in
lawsil-.-htp 14 south, r'itig 231 east,
!!wi" .te wf*- to southwit corner (of
-e,-ti,,n li1, township, 14 south range
i :r, h-lit;e so'i i to lsouthnwe-t
-*ri-ri r ef 2e1tioii l1, township 14,
r:ia:- 2t .e st., tlihele west to woUth-
wt-.-a cornerr of ?mt-elition 2, iownshipj 14
ouillth, ralige- "12 ot, 'h;eiiue north to
qu rner se-tioin .orner ,n east bound-
aryof section 18, township 14 mouth,
range 22 east, thence west through
center of said section 18 to quarter
Mectiou on west boundary of section
18, thence north to the point of be-
gi!initg.
DISTRICT NO. II.
Commencing at the northeast cor-
ner of section 2, town-hip 12, south
range 20 east, Itbece west to north-
west corner of section 3, township 12
south, range 19 east, mtence south
along west line of Marion county to
South west e..rner of section 34, town-
ship 14 moutl,, of range 19 east, thence
west to northwest corner of msetion 6,
township 15 s.uth, range 18 east,
thence south to, Wihlacoochee river,
hence with luetuderinmmof said river
to intermectiou with south boundary of
of .-ec.Iion 33, township 17 south, range
20 east, thente east to southeast cor-
ner of section 34, township 11, range
20 east, tntilnce north to northeast cor-
ner ot wsetion lo, township 16 south,
range 20 eatt. iletet- east to southeast
corner of section 4, township 16south,
r 've 21 t ea.ir, it-ti north to north-
east coriuir i:, S.v ilotn 4, tiowinship 15
south, range. 21 evai(, thence west toi
southwest corner of station 31, ill
township 14 kouthi, of r.iige l1 easr,
thence north to lorties tl cotier of
section 1, in towrship 14 s.utlh, rune-
k .)east, thence west it) south-;.st '. or-
ner of section 343, in tow tlii 1lo )iouth,i
of range -2) east, thenite ior'h to tuir;h
east 'orler of said sectititn 36, thener-
west along section line to northwest
I corner of section 35, in township 13
south, range 20 east, thence north to
northwest enruer of a'ttioni 2, in
townshiti 1;3 toutit range 20 'a'tt,
thence east with township line to
northeast corner of said section 2,
thence north to point of heginniing
DISTRICT NO. III.
('oiunii-ning 4t the intersection of
tiorth bthundary of seftibn m6, in towni-
ship 1i.-outh. rang- 24 ess,, with the*
Ock'awnhi river. t, h*-e Wtst with.
township line to the northwe-i; cor,-r
o(f sectlin 3, in titownship 16 Miouth,
rainte 21 ews. thence south to st<'h-
wfst corut'r of -iHi tCectionl 3, thenee
ws to torth wvst e rierohwf section 11,
il t(owitship 16 -ulth, rnsige 20 'e:st,
tIeneti-.oUt itot nt lIwest, corner of
section "'w3. ill toliiihilI 17 souTh, tinge
2a ost. tlhet>- .sT alont iouth houind
Sr.v of MNIarion conlty Il< iateraectioti
with tlhe (cliklawhliut river tlit-nce wilia
th- nieanderit.s of s'id river to the
point of heeiin' i NO.
IlIS ltT NO !'.


'Olithepncincl :at the northeast cor-
Ler of section 25, in township 12 south,
range 2 teast, thence run west losutmth
east corner of session -22, township 12,
range 25 east, thence north to north-
east corner ot section 3, township 12,
range 2_5east, thence west to north-
west corner of section 6, in township
12, range 25 east, thence north to the
Ocklawaha river, thence with the
meanderings of said river to the in-
tersection with the Fouth boundary of
section 31, township 17 south, range
25 eas', thence east to southwest cor-
ner of section 36, in township 17 south,
range 2".east, thence north to north-
east corner of section 1, township 17,
range 20 eiat. thence east to somthb'Iast
eornelr of s' u il ;t36. town-hip 16 soil' h.
;an.e 2I, #-'.', titenee <,rth to jinter-
s.-liot w:thi waters of Lake Ge;toito,
ihenite wi' tiie meatlder-ings atoig
west side of said Lake Ge<'rge to iin-
tersettion with the north blounudary of
section 14, in township 13 south, raitge
2(; east, tlilheie' west to soutllheat o'r-
ner of set-tion i12, iti township 13 -omii,
ran.'- 2" east, tihelc north to point oft
ibeiiinsi iii .
lrfT"iIl< r NO. 1'.


Comm *-nointl'jlq5t the intcrenaeflot4of
thea- north itLJkyof 4tet'4tjgm its
t.t.swu'-hiI ,.1" L;a.!!Iran ge 21& tr. t i
vwate"s o4)( O:'!Z' 't. ke,-,tl ms
to Iol' w Wf~ t"< ia;St-nr of St-Ctiesa I3,1OI I

m)[111i to ,t IlI-*' v~ orlic- ,! -ttioia 35,
ill tOIaw. -jl) i:' Iah!)e 20I east, titleneel
wet %itltto'';ativAp hitcto Bor~hawe.-t
cortleriof *-.,-~t ilt2, twtO's'Ih~if) 13-mvkv,
wastainge 21. 'ti-uaf- ;otvhlt26 iito-)
sh; 1"t3le, ruf e2t' a2t, in~lae
1:1 w tIts. r- ii -, t'.24, a #- a-tt, t ha.at
co4r*,rii ec~a t-aijolt'_'9, in tE'wu,;-tp I;
raraan !ii- a~r, t~tiefk:e vtorth to i v-

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NOTICE-


In pursuance of Chapter 4769. Act of 1.99 of
the Law* of Florida notice is hereby given that
it is the intention of the Ba.r" mi'sioners of Marcm county. Florida. at the
regular m'e'i'.:, of !he -ai'l B>'rl whiich #in-
v.ncs on the firt Monday in July A. 1D. aqoz,
to maike a evr .f f-orty cent cn the one ban-
drerd d 1..,ar- ~o'th -f properly, to be levied nd
as- s-~ai ag ,Itt the t.iLx lle ploperty- :a the
sai'. ..*': if .Marion ir the year ox, and
the vlone'e ,o raised to be set a-: e as a slad
fund to I e used in the c',iistiruction, improve-
ni.nt at;d maintenance of the p'.iic rooda,
c1!Vtet- I dt bridges of the *aid. caountv of Mar-
ion, and :n the pu-chase of such nitilements,
team-, w:-gons. camp outitfts antd stockades for
the u-e cfanr1 .are keeping of the crrvict force
a- mv 1-e fvlind iaece-sary in the proper carry-
ing out of the work upoa, the public rutds of the
ai. c:-unty. anI for the emphyinert of such
additional labor as may be deeded neces.'ary.
Or.ere.d by resolution of the Board cf County
ircvt--'oners of Maricn county. Florida. pas
sel a: the regular mettiangof.said Board on the
c.t'i t..y of March. A. D i91o.
S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clrk :arl <,f County Cinmmis-ioners o
;' .. itY,. ,lor .ia 3-22


N3I303.


NOTICE O? ELECTION FO3 CREATIMS A
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL -STRIS. AT
MAY7ILVLE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
Election will be held at the Ma ville -chool
house, Marioni count-y. Florida. during the hours
between S o'clock a. m. and sundown of
.Saturday.]une SMk. A. D. 9go;.
fir the purpose of creating a Special Tax School
District to be known as the Mayville Special Tax
School District. Boundaries of said district as
follows:
Beginning at the sw cor of sec ,4 tp -7 r 24. e:
runn ng e along the line of Lake and Marion
counties to the Ocklawaha river; thence north-
erly along che Ocklawaha river to the northern
bdy of sec 7. tP a. r 25; thence w to the nw cor
of sec io. tp iT, r 24; thence s to the sw cor of
sec 34. tp 17. r 24. e, the point of beginning:
And to elect three trustees of said Special Tax
School District, and to fix the rate of village to
be levied for said Special District for the next
ensuing two years.
Qualified electors at sa-.id election are all reg-
istered and qualified voters of s-id district, who
pay s tax on real or personal property therein
The following persons have been appointed
inspect' rs and clerk of said electors: J F.
Simpson. James McCuily and R G A!lsop,
ingvectors; W. B. Cogging c'erk.
By order cf the Board of Public Instruction.
this the i-t day of May iwi.
Attest: S. SCOTT.
W. D CN. Cn:irmarn.
Secretary. .-,7i
l O I= 0 "" "-- '-
NOTI3E O? 2LE;T;C: RCE SRSA7I:3 A
SPECIAL TAX S3300L ISiT3: A.T
:EIRSDALE.
: .. ....... .
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fir the p'Ir o-t .' I (r i:ng ., SteC,': l*x --
li.ti i.'. to hc kn.w n a, i 'a %eirsd.-lt ;.c :.
Tax S' 'iool District.
In the call f. r .idl eitct:von the 1 ,r,. h .,
changed the *--.t boun(!ary said *.list ct a.v a
de('s r.l)v i: i a : .i l h r ca:i '. i :: '.
fron.. it'i.g:iniing ;t southwest corner of cast
half of, f section :. townstnip :7, p south. o; rage
24: running dut nurth to uorhwe-t c-irnr of
southeast quartelTr Cr tcticr. :o town'r p '7,
soalth f range -4. eas-t: to the fu!lowinig de-
scription.
Coimenc-ing at the .outh wet corner c! -.c-
tion ;~. t,,wn.lhip 17. -outh tl range :4. ra. t,
r .nuing north t, jhe northwest corner of the
-.outhwest (uiart' o! -ctrtin 10. tO, II\l.-ip 17',
south of range 24, -,'*st; hence we.t to .-vaters
of Li ke Weir; hetit.e following the waters of
said lake it; ; soutlhwcsstt y direction to center'
of west line of section 16, township 17. south of
range 24. east: thence due west to northwest
corner of southwest quarter ot section 14. town-
ship 17. south of range 23. east;thence due south
to southwest c-rner of section 35. township 17.
south of range ~, -*ast; thence due east to south-
west corner of secti'in 34. township 17 south of
range 24, east. being the point of beg:.'ning.
And to elect three trustees of the -;id Special
Tax School LD;.-tri.t, and to fix the rate of mill-
age to be levied for said Special Tax Scnool
District f:ar th- next enMaing two years.
aualitied bc ,r- at said election are all reg-
isteretd and qtu'i.4ine, voters of said district, who
pay a tVx on re.i or airsional property therein
The following person- have been appointed
inspectors and clerk of said election: Frank
Lvtle. R. S. Keltyv and Alexandk-r % yna-c. in-
slectors and L. S E- By order ot the Board of Public In'.tr't2io-..
this th- oth da. v t 3.iv !<" .
Attest: c. S. S W D C A N CCa .r .: ,. ...
St.crt ;>;v. :,-:;.

NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR TTRSTEES OF
MCINTOSE SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
DISTRICT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
election will be held in the town of Mclntosh
Marion county. Florida. during the hours be-
tween S o'clock a. m. and sundown of
Stuit .!aJ un 81h. .4. D. 190o
for the ,urpcsL of electing three trustee- for
the Mc!ntosh Special Tax School District No. 2
of Marion county. Florida, and to fix the rate of
village to be levied for the said Special Tax
School District purposes for the ext t:n-uing
two Vear- ; Jualified electuis at said el-ction
ai re all regi.-tcrd ind q:alificd voter% of =a:d
Special Tax Scho 1 District who pay a tax on
re.li cr pers''nal property
The following ptr-ons are appointed in:iptc-
tors of sa:d election: W. H. Smith. G.
No-sworthv and 'W. M. Gist, and J. S .A'alI,
clerk.
By o-der oI the Ioard of Public In,'ruztion.
oif Stlarion county, Florida. May 6th, ltci.
Attest: G. S. S.'TT.
\V. D. CAR:. C 'hdiriani
Secretary. 5-:


NOTICE OF- ELECTION FOR CREATiNG
A SPECIAL TAX SCHO*uL..DIS-
TRWiT AT CIT RA.

N u rICE i.-; HREBY GIVEN TH-AT A'
eItztion wivll held in the town of ACitra,.
Mar Illcuny. i-ia.o'ida. dair:'ig the- l. t:r-
tmv c-i. A.:a in and sundown of!

l~it- C '.* c .;!j wn .-s the iC:!Tra Sncial Tax
fo'" 1(VC
Cu~iti.t th-e siutht;,-;t c,..tflet o:'-c

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X C EED NOTICF,


In the Ci-:cit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuft
I : -' ri.:a. ;i ard I". r I-ticn Conlty.
To I H:.e .C MConnell ::nul All Oth'r Persons
Intt-re-ted:
4o AND IACH OF VorW WILL TAKE
notice that a writ of attachment hes this
ay ,een :evied upon that certain i rcpertyof
vf.urs in Ocala. Florida. described as folluws-
CrmIrenc'ng 70 feet we.t of the northeast corner
of .ot :o Caidwell's addition to Ocala. running
thence south 'c,4 f-et. west 70 feet. north 104 feet.
east -o feet. to satisfy a claim of S3!2 -i due the
Commercial Bark. Ocala Branch. a t oration
organized and existing nuder the laws of Flori
da: these aie therefore to command yvu to be
and appear before said circuit court in Ocals,
Floriua. on
.4'fonday, the ist dav of July. A. D it,
or' judgment by default will be entted lailtn
you and said property will be sold to sbt.,Ty said
debt.
Given nuu.tr r.y handand official sal, this the
4th day of March,.A. D. Ior
(Se;a) S. T. S;STVUNiX,
Clerk CIrc.t Court.
W. K. Zewadski, Att'y for Plaintiff 3-8


oMI2 OF COc IqXION-,' SgAa.

ITN'DER AND BY VIRTUE OP A DhCREIC
a nda ordt r of sale made by the Hon. William
A. Hock'r. J!dge of the FiPfth Judhimal circuit
Court of Florida, in and for Marion county, i.
chancery, in the partition suit i, ndlag in the
-aid court wherein MARY L. SIMiTH wtascom-
plat'att, in JAMIS W. SANDtRS and YIN
NIE E. SANDERS were defrndnl.nt%, we, the
un.er:-gnedi conimnisioners d(tiv appointed to
mat-ke artit.on of the real e t 'Ahlt-eiaafter de-
scribed, will on
-,v', 0r the d,1 da( eI/f ,.. D. 1 e.r
n*"e '-ai-.. b.e- n lh :.. ,-! i s (av. ewten the
,"- : oc:,>Ck in ihe flor ni'..o and a.-"'ccck
1 II.- '. -"' fr,,,t n.. ., r of
.r7 aX > *e for
.t .... il : :- iiot ,d-.. l, :- ttdder
:..! .'- ; the -. ai.d rel C -I; te h t:g t,,. .einng

- 7 .. : yr ( oi'F-,. ..... ",. and a strip
'. '"i" i. 'v J.4ir.ig said
S. .-" ; i,, ,-ni:K : "t re length of
*'. Pi. rO
X: W 'Lx
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70T-RggcIwINT OnC=.

Ii.4 he: Ci.'. Court. F-ifth ysJinil.0.t irr.'t, Ma
-:on t.ounty. Fotiua In ICancery.
I). L. "V+. ?.-ith, Com7plainant, vs. Alexander
cql. ret. et t., Dler e:a.tE-rtec,.tre.
IT API-'E:AING BY AFFIDAVIT APEINDEI
Sto :i< ,.;:l died in the above stated case that
ALEXANDER ,McINTYRZ. LAURA COOK
McINTYKK. SYDNEY J. BOWIE, as :m:nis-
trator de ionis non of the estate of -.rah 1H.
Couch deceased, the defendants there L named.
are non-re-silents of the state of k-lo, -l. and
that Alexander McIntyre and Laura CA-k Mcln-
tyre are residents of 2oo Carondelet stre-t. in the
city of New Orleans, state ot I.ouisi. a. that
Sydney J. Bowie resides at Talladega, s'tLaman.
and each ot said defendants are over tIe age ot
twenty-one yeats; it is therefore ordered that
said non-reident defendants be at-d they ate
hereby required to appear to the-bill of com-
plaint :iled in saidcause on or before
.Aorap>q'. ike Sd day if laue, A. I:. ;1*,
otherv-is, the allegations of said hill will be
take a- confessed by said dclerndant%
I ii- :.:rthtbr ordered that this order e pub-
-he t ,nce a week for fourconsecutive weeks in
the ,-a.a planner, a newspartr pobLi-hed in
-:l'"d T:iv and state
Tlh;4:ZjI day of April. ioi.
iea:, S T SISTRUNK.
424, Clerk Circmt Court. Marion to.. Fla.
ANDFRSON & HOCKER.
E'ictors for Complainant.

NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.

In the District Court of the United States for
the ..-.ut7crn district of Florida.-Irat itik-
ruptcy.
In the .:at:er of J. J. Gerig, In Bankruptcy.-
Bankrupt.
TO THE CREDITORS OF J. 1. GEFIG. IN-
Adii'anv:!y and rs surviving parin.r of co-
partner.-hp o! Garrett a Gerg of OcaL in the
count:; ,f .Marion and district alor.-,aid. a
bankrupt.
N'u::ce is ereby given that on the 3rd day of
Mav. A. I>. ii. the said J. J. Gerig was duly
ad'jucatd bar.nkrupt; and that the first mietang
o, h:.- zredtors will be held at the ffie "t L.N.
G:e eit E-q in Ocala onthe
:,thf day of May. A. D. 9*,
at 3 .' a.ck in the afternoon, at which t'me the
s.ai *r-.,it,.-s may attend, prove their claims.
;p.,:-: a trustte, examine the bankr.,pt and
tra:-.<-t sch other bustnes'- a miy properly
cc:n:- : -ore said meeting.
i. E V.^LE
Refree i-i Bankmrtcy.
Ga::'e-vile. 1Ha.. May .thb. e. 5.o10


ADINMISTBATOB'S NOTICE CF APPLICA*
TION FOR FINAL DISCBA3SE.
ftaTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
un :erigred, as adminitvrtor of the estate
o; JA'.ES B. CAMPBE.LL. will on the
: ,h .ay of Octoba., A D., iiol,
imak- tfi: return. cf his atccunts and ask a dia-
c';..... .- !cri his administratorshipcf-ai estate.
in ,.z. .r a>ce with the law in such catst made
TTh- ":. April, A. D. iir.
4 HARLES ,t WHITE. Admr.,
,s:--:: .o l--t.oJa.ne-B Canmpbl. decea'ed.


NOTICE FOR PtJBUCATION.


l~'~-:.ENTOF THlE INTERIOR,
a~ wN-VJ:.L. :s.A..Apr. 2,3. 19'..
:n -, CIERE-Y GVNTHAT THNE
::i~l'e~erhas fil ;t.Ice of
fia -tiral prexi, tin .'p .'to
.1-t ai 1 :oof Wiill -e".aa('4: x--
-it Court at Ocaila. l'la 'ir

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%aga ge* Isp.?" 'Ir'661 .th-i ~-?eaava
sisal a at 1b .-*1, It.&,r. Pvi' -rat w m
~~~~~~~~2 14--'t t. .w a ~ e.%."A% ill
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net!t *.Imo- .a:.1 ac -c~irw 't

aKmi wri *.v'c aa S.'re hc en
Is? hi~r woat- 4' jti.re%' e. Jirblia mud
Pvswtaola .a afatoo$,towrif 1rw 4111-
-b an~*a.*'h i... a:eEjrNi

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U.real a.ui .


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WITH A LAME BACK?


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uggr-evati,n of


low's 0.h!
We 'afifer Oue Hunitred D.llar- lRe-
Iward for auy vaee of Catarrh that ean-
not be curedt by Hall'sa Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEV q& CO, Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, be .'e known
F. J. ('henev for tile la*,t tifievu years,
an.] belio-ve himi perrectly lhonrorab~le
in all bu'.iuo...i trati-.-4e'tiou--- arnd rinan-
viailly alIle :*..)carry ')iit a;.-.y 4)lix&ga.
W ou ct Tizu f% x, liti 1. Ii riu.ist-
Toleda,, 0.


Hall'.. catarrh i4 I*-re ii .taket. iuter-
P119'!v. a-.1iu&*iz-rt--1i! v Upton 01t. 1hlofi4
m!:u twtim' i- Piurfat a'-'es rt the !-v-tetnl.
I~ ~ ky 1r i-? eat tle.. tiyl'Vall
tiIalr'.a :*,stiiy 1,111..are the kheat.
The 20th Century Woman
l'J-t-i.i the gtgolden era of the ae---t,
it 1-4 thle diamond age for wotticti.
I i -irvee-hant ad 4l1rev- atI.- Ili ve red Ibe fore
tile W~t ... EAql WVniama'.. e*:rah. -of Chi-
k-~cag". ettitle.1 -The. 'r...imtiet't cen-
fury W'iinjt,- Mroa Marstare'- Stng-
i'ttfttouchied upl-n tmany tliingzl.. Ihat
have- trasni tinivi.t%' tonfe aicleairatA in



"'lle t %l "O1, -'. II Ia- It .enta''Th Cell-
fury ii g.isu.; 1- 'a IThe uli -: i-e-vitiftill
somau that ha- a-v.-r liva-ed. 4(meatn
teauty e':aiv- r~lfti perfect 'ieati -a&-ill
womnlan i. izauig a-ali.~amv t!eeall-W
%she w~ eallca h .t-tt f.- t r i ti-take-
I'leUt)' of ex-r4;nei
-Nx~t 40111Vy thle wolria? ,Iail te
t weutierli e-atizvurv cO;U&:t o) 1et e-
tiful her-,-,', -iit -he i- going to waar
keautifiul sh~'m.-. 'Ie k tgi ing to)
have tile pr.-itle-t gowne that have
4-e beven ti~ii It llet-d not follow till'
lvie- drt--A-,-will ilot-..xtrAvsgeut. sad
tiit -I,* -h. .tim g tt-o r ii hir Ii aihiani1l
li Irretravaga1We., for that i-5 far
fr,)m my wleaning. But her clothes
are going to :'e dainty arid artistie.-"
Cured a Running Sore.
-1IA1 'had at Iiki iLling -14)e ,n WY
hires-&- for five~r a yearjl," says Henry

-mtillit~~ a zre~tt thatlI renle-Clie!,
le~~ ~ eti .,a: nrilI -ell Botiarlfea
~Al~r. A.~ r ~ .bl113h1f bIX. I

lli'l I ~'i. :Z~aV. ~. li~l wieeit' ie


A Big Strike On.


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rtaulily j. --the :t-par! *'o-rte a rh
A' fai'ttretadv-~ ':'l 1 r --' -r1 21 ?kI'aitl j wiI




aec't ti h&.i 1, ..fi It--U ia 1 ,rApi

tiIira I, a.-Itht % iw iitho tu It jir4 r 1iw 1 -

dlagemetfu that the unwry 4 atialaga.


auit -eemuirigly tabejuire wheth.or it is

living.-J-p-eph Tiliniau. 4f Quitwan,
(i~s.. inl Haltituore Manuutaturer'"
Rev. wrd.


Beware of a Ccugh.
A c.au2h is not a di.-f;v- iit n 1..Y-y!)-
to!U. Consumption ;a:1i taro1*ihi'is..
which are the most i:t!werous amid
fatal diseases, have for T heir fir-t in-
dieatiou at persisteu: cough, and. if
properly treated as soon as this e'outh
apljwar, are easily cured. Chamber-
ain's Cough Remedy has proven
wonderfully succes-ful, and gained its
wide reputation andt ,xtenfive sale by
its success in duringng ti" disehes
which cause coughian If it is not
beueticial it will not eo. V yvn a ceut.
Far sale by th" .uAti-MNm,'poly Drug
Store. I1
The State Convicts.
The ,ill iutrmul.-l1 i-i the lower
biranclh f the lo'giiliture by Mr.
chambers s of thi' ceu'ity prohibiting
the eouvicts fr'win *,eiug lea-d to )phos.
phate miners pja-.d thait htody by vote
,f4'i; to 15.
The bill was aslh,, ,:hampioned by
Mesfsri. chamberr auid Zewadski. iof
Marion,. Mr. Fulton, of Hernando, Mr.
Jaekmou, of Citrus, ansd others.
The public eonuscience i.s being
aroused and the legislature in adopt-
ing the measure i- only obeying the
behe~ts of the,, iood peopl'Ie of the
state.


Lo s

Temper, Lei~s re tand
Euvrgy bay the
La11*Stl(ek-,t-r who,
neglected. to use


t


GOLD DUST-
Washing Powder ['

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JAPANESE


PILE CURE




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STANDLEY,.CRANFORD & CO.


WAGONS,

BUGGIES,

HARNESS


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SLORIDA


Life in Florida a Sweet Song.



'1if ife i ii F1, ril.&t t Pa n AT la !j ,a
.J ,u r ua 1,rel,.~ 'f '

tia.~~~~~~~ u~lV 'I. 1~I-*ntry.

w'en~t ti, Flsorid.i. I'!-eri- i- UEotlinU4'iii
a~lt'i- i',t~arVr,,) ia 1pir- with ttie'
I.-in-i (f F'Iaxv(r-. Ev-ryhody I- 'ait
for a L:)Iiitleud --~'~ g~"t!3
what I-, wani~tl. The u.i:,y -.wa~wo i s

donto a r-~:watntr va,-at Iizij
with nwehiuts tI worrv u- Weather


fi*aliii.jtt *h-it 10 o IFloridta awal
efljoV youit41-eil
It i-., p.'rhaps, ;ereperto =ty tha, Mr.
Hollatuau'. visit wt&-; jst lit.fore the
Jacksouville tire.
National mental Science ssociatiOm,
The above named a?!%o)4iation will
couveiie at SaBretza-!- ext Ttianko--
giving day.
It will ho' a vatheritag of great im-
Iplortnurie to the :'tate &.4 it will induce
people t it*Meo ie!o Florida from all
parts of the world.
The suewhiers of this a-swoeiatiou
who have their headquarters at Se
Breeze have monde the people of oill
counties familiar with the beautieaof
our --tote by dicrip~iv'e writingst, illu4,-
trationu, and their weekly publication,
a widely r'-a'l uew-ilaper enititled,
Ireedorii.
They hav-e twe.-'n :tr..re'Lv in-'ru'n'-n-
tat iti bi UIfilis. up14a tt~bw4i.thatthas.' eal!-
ed *''rtli the .ei u~r~kolu 'U "'e aU-ii~
(of toirist-3 who vi*-it it a!,nivil.1y.
T'hie h4ialiiguit~l? f Iuthe m,-' i '.&.
at S,-& Bree'e memn'.: b?"tr tho-'


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Liver.


IIERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and B.
Cleanses the System, Purifies the bi"u.. .

CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Cmstipatim,
SWeak Stomach and Impaired Dgstia.

EMy Baote Mtui te i a i

P'-ice, 30 CentA.
Sby JMES F. *UAM. SL L-, l, W


For sale by Anti-MonoIoly Drug Stoie


MONTEZUMA EXCHANGE

J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


Proimpt and 8Satisfar-tory Service Aissurt'~i Evcivcne.
Montezumna Block, a-


Ocala. Fla


J.-H. MORTON W. D. MOTION.


OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works)

Rough and Finishin. Lumber, M ..tits
Seho~ 1 Desks, C:.urch eais.
Tables, Door and Window Friti t. I~' .::-, Fulpits. itlft Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes. I: Tuni d .rk.
Scroll Sawing, Luth. t : ., s. Etc.
PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIAL l Iy.
1-: Esti~mates promptly furnished.


RT'A, D Gd f u 41 ESPECIALLY SELECTED AND
fg liable rarden--t ADAPTED FOR SOUTHERN I
PLANTING. .. .
., Refugee and Valeontie Bean. Gennie F d
Bermuda Onion Seed. Griffi g'sr Succes-
sion Cabbage. Matchlem and Money-
SMaker Tomatoes, etc.. etc.

Complete Stock of Fresh Field and Giarden Seed Always a oan l
ONLY CAREFULLY TESTED SEED SENT OUT.

gTHE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS,A
THE GRIFFIN BROTHERS COMPANY,
P. 0. Box 533 B. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
^f~7 ^ECatah'.p:'; free unon a -pi ;


ATL ANTIC CO("ST LINE


''iN V'


,.. n~ C''~:'a -:* ~ -cri.A X(:In


I DR. THAGNER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
For LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD. Try it.
25 and 50 cents at your Druggist.


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BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.
For sal Ibv Anti-Monopoly P--".g Store
Ia <~NNnMNN^f<

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The XUnited State-. hav.- .urchased
Itbe Dauish Wet luli:, Islands.
The better a woman is the more bhe
-msoys ia a quiet way oame fellow
l Wtg rather desperate about her.
The oil companies already capital-
bed at Be umolt, Texas, amount in
adlar Wad e ts to $115,559,000.
The Olavomah mail carriers want to
wa hirt wakfs. It is the most sen-
dIe thien we have seen in summer

heel is t the Joplin (Mo.) district
-4erlatdoweek ended May 11 werei
OMUs~e psmils of zinc ore and 1,-
-,W poeads of lead ore. valued in
am at MsUSm
The southern Railway operates
ft Attasta to Memphis, via Bir.-
_-iLmam. a Une of the very best cafe-
mua, servai breakfast, dinner and
paperr em this train leaving Jacksoo-
wille at TA6 p. m. arriving Memphis
at 8.46- net even i ng.
Indigestion is the direct cause of
Ais..oe that kills thousands of per-
amap annually. Stop the trouble at
the start with a little Prickly Ash
Bitters; it strengthens the stomach
sad aids digestion, Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store, special! ag-ut.
For a copy of t:e famous thre..
."wn rag time two-tep, entitled
"'Tikled to I'ethi." ,I 1' t-ut.. a;-,l.
for a beautiftl'.y i.u raTedl dek of
playing eardIs. w! t- B. W. Wreun,.
pasetozer trafli. ina--cer. Paut Sys-
tem, :Savannah. G... ,-ndi"- 2.) ents
in pw, age or cash.
Shipments of phosphat.t r')ck from
the Florida port-. for the quarter end-
iga March 31, l1901 were as follows:
erorandina 43,&54 ton,, Tampa, S,-
*U tons. savannah 3,54I tons, Bruns-
-wlek 4 27 tons, Pants Gordas 4685 tons,
making a total for the three months of
V77,112 tsn.
Nine chances in ten it's your kid-
aey. that need attention if you don't
eel4 well. Foley's Kidney Cure
saaks healthy kidneys and will make
you well. Nothing else "just as good."
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Ex-President Cleveland will con-
tribute to the issue of the Saturday
Evening Put of June 1, an able paper
,a the Waxte of Public Money. In
shis article Mr. Cleveland sounds a
warning note against national ex-
travaamace and the criminally reck-
laIm expenditure of public money.
Unlies a woman eats sufficient
nourtshing food she can neither gain
or aeep a good complexion. Food,
when digested, is the base of all health,
aIl strength, and all beauty. Herbine
will help digest what yon eat, and give
you the clear, bright, beautiful skin
of health. Price 5" and 75cts. Anti-
?4onopoly Drug St-.re. m
For the aecomodation of the vet-
qrane and their friends the Southern
Railway Company will run on Sunday
might a through sleeper to Memphis,
arriving Memphis at :, i p. m. Mou-
day. Passenger v':!! arrive in Monm-
phis only the evening before the open-
inma day and will have all opportunity
of resting thoroughly before takiu.,
;art in the ceremonies.
Miss Fwulorence Newman, who has
tee a great stfl-rer from muscular
rthesma iea, says C'ha:uherlain's Paiu
Balm it the only re'*- !y that affbrds
her reM. Mis N-WT:.!n is a much
r.speeed rest zt : t;e village of
Oray, N. Y., and ruinkes thi. state-
m-nt for the benetit of others sinfi-


larly afflited. ThiLA linimuent is for
motot by the Anti-Nionopoly Drogr
mA t o re. ml
The"Cmlmri'.- hsbt.
Floridlni'' 41 Flwti.!:I Piws-phate.(Co.
was recently or'ga!:i;:."- at Biumsets,
[I~rlium, for a period of thirty yemnr-
(rnom Marq-h 21911". The vatnital j,&

intool1 at..I -,i hares of SiI.4 earl
,itat 12WXb.izvidi..i.I*hares, valup u ot
~,i4.ltti4.... The a-lmitlibtitor,4 '-


a ''ii rvre.ii. K a.r!;:i-,z
". ?SOVI I- Y 11A '-'L4 !'I i ; .


.waa~I


.'~u;;4l~Tablets


* .8 sedt t-" ensn dary
The raiv.:i' ., i. .' i. L : -
tire could try thl-r- a:re now uuder 'oi,-
trm'i, to tw toui!t daring the present
year, 6908 mil-. if road. Of this
amouut nearly four thousand mile, i..
loIItv1 in the sta'h, and of the latter
a'uount a.n)9 miles are located in the


-.oulmiwt*t. Texas leads every other
state with 763 mi'es udler 'outra.-t,
n-i1 Otiahoma and ludian Terri'. ,
4412 miles. Jurlo Kittrell, Hou. Ge,.
Clark, et id omni reunus, should waru
th'se impudent capitalists that they
had better wait before investing mon-


HUBBARD


&


ACODUFF


H A R D W A R E
........... ........


DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE, CUT AND


WIRE NAILS,


PAINTS


OILS, VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITrrE LEAD,


ALL KINDS OF


GLASS AND


PUTTY,


IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS. EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC., ETC.


AGRICULTURAL


MENT8,


DEERE


IMPLE-

PLOWS.


PLANET JR. GROVE CUL-

TIVATORS, ALL KINDS

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE, CUT-

LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS. ROPES. PULLEYS.

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE&


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST -'


Hubbdrd & Macduff,


HOTEL GOQUINA,


wc c wi~r.vT% rWk A TV V T1 IwTTL'ri m


THE O UDLY So~il' j~LFjux x.L
jIUCimdIg monday.,


L JACKSON VILLE To



Seabord Air Line Railwy
Leave Jacksonville 10:20 a. m. and 7:45 p m.


ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, via Richmond, thoe hca,
the late Confederacy, Savannah, Columbia, Camdi,
iaeurst and Southern Pines.


THROUGH PULLMAN 8LEEPER to New Orleans.
Pillman space to Old Point Comfort. Ocean
Virginia Beach and Norfolk.


For sleeping car reservations and further information happy too' Ity 71
Offiee, Mer-hant's Block, Oeala, Fla., or


3. 1. L. B n. am. At.,
Portsmouth. Va.


A.~ ~ AX 0. PMDUL a. r. .~
Jc Iovle l. 1a.


__ h DIRECT LIUNE-QUICK TIME TS


irws.


Ocala, Fla.


F%, )N91 BY-TIIE.* E.A.
Es-! t(j'ast' or Florida.


Ht.l-I Coquina i*- s-tuated on a bluff directly ovr ,,ki';.j th(i oeeau.
WVhile it offers a'l tiI" d-lii:hts of the sea-s'jor, it ij- ouly tevrn minut"-s walk. or
tivy- ,uiunej.s by horse, ar. fromn the orange ri-vee and p-ain|II shadl-d walks on
the bauns of tn. Halifax River. It is two miles from th,- railroad station,
being *tonne~cted with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of
lemon, oraure, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oit-nder and palmetto.
Rive-r, ocean, surf-*mtchiug aud fine fishing. The climate ts .-elightful, and is
bt ,eth idi inu cases of overwork or nervous prostration.
Wilt open about the first of June, but will he in a I o itio ca* of
guests aft-r May 20th. Summer rAtes: $2 per day; $8 to $1" per weeL. 24
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Fla.


"She Let Con


[eami


ent


ke a Worm i' the Bud
Feed mn Her Danmak


How aptly Shakespeare touches the
dominant chord in a woman's nature.
She suffers in silence; draws a curtain
over her private sorrows, and endures
until endurance ceases to be a virtue.
This is especially the case with the
modest minded women who suffer from
diseases peculiar to the sex. They are
miserable and unhappy, and yet, although
they know that they need medical aid
an assistance, they choose rather to
bear the ills they know than to mbmit
to the exa iaation of some local phy-


uician. For this reason many a woman
lets disease fasten upon her. She con-
zeals her condition and endures a daily
martyrdom of pain because her mind
revolts at the thought of submission to
the treatment she knows the local prac-
titioner will insist upon.
Very many women have written gra'e-
ful letters to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
N. Y., because they have found in his
methods an escape from the offensive
questions, the obnoxious examinations.
md the disagreeable local treatments
insisted on by so many home physicians.
these things are, as a rule, not necessary.
Dr. Pierce's experience and success in
relatingg hundreds of thousands of women,
enabless him at once to determine from
:he written statements of women the
form qf disease which it is necessary to
r.at. Sick women are invited to con-
mlt Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence is sacredly confidential
sad the same strict professional privacy
guards the written confidences of women
as is observed by Dr. Pierce and his staff
- personal consultations with women at
he Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti-
late, Buffalo, N. Y.
A WOMAN'S STATEMENT.
"I enjoy good health, thanks to
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and
'Golden Medical Discovery,'" writes
trs. J. J. Schnetyer, of Pontiac, Living-
ston Co., Ill. "Have taken six bottles


Sease MSedieal AdviMr, md I t
from reading it that Dr. Pierce's mdi-
cine would do me more good than all
the home doctor--and so it has. If any
one had told me it would do me so much
good I would have said, 'Oh no, not
thatmuchgood.' lean trnly say thatI
was surprised at the benefit I received.
I can do all my washing and also tend
my flower garden. In fact I am on my
feet maot all the time. An old friend of
mine said to me, 'Why, what is the
matter with you? Yo u are getting young
an.' I told her I had taken six bottles
of Dr. Pierce's medicines, and if she
would do likewise she would feel ten
years younger, too."
However wonderful it may seem, that
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pt..xiption is
uniformly successful in curing diseases
peculiar to women, it is not so wonder-
ful as it appears. It is not wonderful
to us, that a machine made to perform a
certain task accomplishes
it perfectly. We do not
wonder at the engine
which pulls the train of
l cars, although we know
S nothing of mechanics.
a / We know the engine was
? / made to do this thing.
1 CWe do not wonder at a
musical artist like Pade-
.4 r rewski who sits at the in-
strumnent and produces
S / perfect harmony. We
know that constant prac-
i / twice enables his perfect
command of the key-
board. Let an inexperi-
| enced player sit down to
the piano, and the same
kevs falsely touched jar
into discord. It is so with
Dr. pierce in his experi-
( enrce and practice of medi-
cire. Favorite Prescrip-
tion only does what it
was made to do. Doctor
Pierce knows the whole
gamut of the female or-
ganism. Where a less
experienced practitioner
produces a discord, his
experience and skill en-
ables the production of
perfect harmony. The
difference between t h e
success of Dr. Pierce and
the ordinary practitioner
in the treatment and cure of womanly
ailments is the difference between skill,
anal success on the one hand and a casual
experience on the other.
GAINED TEN POUNDS.
"I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and two of his
' Golden Medical Di.covery' and re-
ceived great benefit." writes'Mrs. Elmer
D. Sheare, of Mounthope, Lancaster Co.,
Pa. "I do not have those sick spells as
formerly. Before I took your medicine
I could hardly walk at times, when I had
uterine trouble. I can truly say that
after taking four bottles of Favorite
Prescription' and two of Golden Med-
ical Discovery I did not suffer any
more. I gained ten pounds in weight.
In June I commenced using the medicine
and in July helped to harvest the wheat,
so you may know that I did twt feel
very bad."
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
establishes regularity, dries disagreeable
drains, heals inflammation and ulcera-
tion and cures female weakness. It
tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the
appetite, and induces refreshing sleep.
As a tonic for weak, worn-out, run-down
women it is unequaled. It makes weak
women strong, sick women well.
Accept no substitute for "Favorite
Prescription." The only motive for sub-
stitution is to enable the dealer to make
the little ore profit paid on the sale of


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FLORIDA l UMLI
Tb bXt dLuxMriTr--u Trek I T -- he L. buLuE1
(Daily EMcet hmda.)
Jacksonville to New York, only 6 hra. St. Angsine to New Ted k,l

THE NEW OM AM

TbOe -a ,- Ma d

THE CHICAGO AND

FLORIDA SPECIAL
(tily except Soday.)
Super S PltdPlm Trai mte t ChiMap Wle Ib
Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augutiae to Chicage, ely pht


Through Vestibuled Trains, Pllmanm. Drawing-em
Coaches, Perfect Diing Car Service on al
Through Trains via Southern Railway are p in d g t
Plat Syte from Jyste

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I. I NVII AI 1 14, ra r if 'pi't6.i:h13, li
the ~, w.(*(#~ I E'. tfie,1 I)r '-ouier
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range o east, thence west through h --
center ,of 4 &isi ad tion 18 to quarter OTICE Is HYREFY fVN TH.T AN
P.etion tin west boundary of section 'letion w! be HeR a! t.e Mn Tin1T ol
IS, theiet- north to the point of he- house. Marion count'.- Fluri'.'. liir the f'o':-s
giitililg. between o'clock .: Pm. and sun iown of
DITRICT No. II. Saturday. June xth. A. D. i(oi.l
f r the purpose of ,:'n acting a Special Tax School
Commencing at the northeast tor- District to be known ,a,-the Mavvill, -ecda! Tax
tier Of -wetion 2, toiP-whip 12, soili h1 School District. Bo-.ndaries of s,.-id :;strict as
raug1- 20) etts, Ite11irtie Wt-L ltoio0'11- follows:
Uwest 'oraer thence we to th eging at the sw cor f sf ec 4 tp '7 r 24. e:
Wst corner of Nection 3, township 12 runn ngealongthe ::-.e of Lake and Marion
south, range 19 east, tlenee south counties to the Ocklawaha river, thence north-
alnMWg t Ai of e Marion county Co erly along cte Ocklawaha river to Ih" northern
aIDng Wet line i Marion Uniy (b,ly of sec- t i-. r 2-: thence w to the nw cor
boUth west e'rner of section 34, town- of secio.tp i?.r:4; thence a to the sw cor of
ship 14 louth, of range 19 east, LbheLe sec 34. tp 17. r 2a. e. the point o beginning:
West to northwest rornier .f .'tioi (1 And to elect three trriter. of said Special Tax
wfst to t or~t west corner ol 4 wtion 6 'School District. and to fix the rate of nmilage to
township 15 s ith, range 18 east, be levied for said -Spec;al District tor the next
thence south ti Willacoochhee river, ensuing two years
thence with meanderrinus of said river Qualified electors at ai tte with eanderi o mid river istered and qualified xt.-ter of sid l istrici. who
to interaction with south boundary of pay n tax on realorpc-s aral property therein
of -etetion 33, Towusbip 17 south, range The following pkersonu nave be,-n ..ppointei
201 ea5, thence east to southeast cor- inspectors and e sc C aid electors: J F.
o Simpson.James %lcCuv:y and R G. Ailsop,
ntier of ( etinU 34, 1wnisiip 1:, rage inFpectors: V.. B C)-g;rg clerk
21) east, th-t 'e north to northeast cor- By order of the MBarl ,itf Piublic l: Instruction,
ner o se)wtioun 10, township 16 south, Athi thte t day of rang*e-2) east, Ithente Pist to southeast \. D C.%RN. Ch:.,irm::n.
corner (of section 4, township 16south, secretary. 5-n"
ra. it- 21- nst, Iiithe ,- tirtl to north- -- -- -- -
east corner ,of s. ii 4. towilship .-T) 0 L C 7 C .'
south, \ranItge 1 ,ea, it-ne west to i
soiuthwest corner of it -eioint 1, in SP EIAL LTA = CCL ::.S*! .
tVwnsliip 14 ;ith, of riiiig -1 east. -A2S ALE.
thent--e north to northe-.tsi eiutuer o -
Ao'tin 1, in towr-hip 14 -u" li, t'. t-," ; OT! ; .V .; -
") 0-atst, tliet 'e w,-"t4 rN' -outh-t.' t v- ofdli,- '- \' --
ner ofsectiou 36, in towiOsiiip lo. !mniii, ; ". I .
of range 2N) east, then:e't north to Ieir li r ,.'i:, .' '
east d.orner of said se't ii 3", th .,- th'. p -,e : :'. ;. .T,-. 3-,.:en...
west along section line to northwest i,.-,ai.ta t A t : ., .- .,. \irit- .
corner of section 35, in township 13: Tax '. .hol oi-!t: a..
south, range 3) east, then.-i- north lo i "n,"' "l,' *: :. : y ., c: '
northf w,-,t e.orner of sertliorti 2, i'i Ur', ; t:la.-a in :: a" '. ;,. :..
townh ,iU I b.1 tioth, range "0 t', froh... a>.'in. l ling .,' -.'ahwe-t corner tt ea.st
e ast With township ilne to hulf of of sectiw. ... t,'wna'hiip ''. south, o:'ran e
thneas: running with township linoe ttt Crt
northe-ast corner of said sw|etion 2. uontheast quart:- .-" sctio' t v:a -.
thenee north to point of begininniig suth of range ; *-t 0: r..fiow.irT- e-
scripton
DISTRICT NO. III. Couminea.ing ;t t:' -.thvi t'.t a.,iler ,' .- C-
('oil; iltell'ig at the intersection (11l ion 34. tow-IP:, -oth ,I rangt 4. va-t.
uortith i,undaryof s-tint inl tow u- souithw at quat .1 -.i 0. ioteNih1p t7.
ship :-outlh. rangt 24 en.s, wiT filh. soti'h af r '-.. r. :-t '!:."ce w.,t to- voterss
Or.'k.1wh:s river, tt-eniie w .,' wiih of L:,'k< Wcil: tilr::,- .-'i ,wing the: watts ;of
rsaid take L ia -ta l.-:; .y direction to center
toawtil'hip line toi the lorni hwte. orner oi west lineot sectiua .,, township 17 south of
i?, .s-t'cllt 31*>, inl towlni;ii 1i .I-mth, range24. east: thence due west to northwest
ra'rn.- "1 s thheni._e $o4ili t .solth- corner otsouthwest quarter of section 14. town-
nto--21 era-, tiiveCte inillk t n_- ship 17. south of range 23. east:thence due soulh
e,-t v'(rlier *tr sai v 5t-4ilrli ", t'lln we-t to, l.-rth we'St 'orlit-r of Sectioln II, south of range -3. :-at: thence due east to ,.uth-
i to' .ship i "tli, i'N.ige west corner of sect n34, township '7. south of
n .Ihp, *J t range 24. east. beii;.z the point of beginning.
t-;-.' oilthl to .soutwliiWest. (ortier of And to elect thr-c trustees of the said Special
.,i~'^ '' in to'A ltsliTi,* 17 u'b, lab ge Tax School i:,;tri.: and to fix the rate of mill-
S. .. the-t-l- *' tialttli.n sth ho 1 nd age to be levied for said Special Tax Scnuol
.nDis strict for th- ne-xt en'-uing two y..T,-.
arV f Mn r'd '.tl loity to ,;riltrs*tjoiml yQualified -a: ? r- a, -iid election are all ret-g-
with ti+- Or('klaWaha river i h.teie- wilh istcred andi( qu;;tirt ;- -,tersof said district. who
i pa a tax on re.ii uri tr'on:ia! property therein.
th+ neandrioa*of said river to the T"he filllowing per-a.i:. have been appointed
p..int Of hbelittlititl. inspectors and, cterk f -aid election: Frank


l)I.'-TI'i T NO I'V.
4'oIalieniniiu -it ithe northeast cor-
Ltr of .section o5, in township 12 soutb,
rage :;:t3east, then'e run west ioj-outh
east corner of sestion !:, towu.-hip 12,
range 25, east, thence north to north-
east corner ot section 3,. township 12,
rauge 25e-ast, thent'e west to north-
west corner of section 6, in township
12, range 25 east, thence north to hbe
(k-klawaha river, thence with the
meanderings of said river to the in-
tersection with the south boundary of
section Q1, township 17 south, range
235 east, thence east to southwest cor-
ner of section 36, in township 17 south,
range i26 east, thence north to north-
east toruer of Section 1, township 17,
rang + a6 east, thence east to scuth.a:st
cortierof s-ct ion :';. t(;wn-hip i.1soutih.
;ant-i oft ,ast. thelc- north to inter-
-..thoii with waters of Lake -f;eorie,
tliriie iitwi tileiht m-anderings atooer.
west i<.. of said Lake (;eorge to itl-
terse,.tion with the north bouiidary ori
section 14, in township 13 south. r-aiiy,
'i 'ast hen.'e WIst to somTh-sit o iir-
utr f s. 'tion 12, in township ;13S outh,li
ran :- '5 easr, thb"tic north to pointr of
leI, lt: it.i .
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,spectors and L. .,i ire. clerk
Bvy order of tle t .ir. f ti-i lic ::I t:u w : .
this the ,-th d- yL f .3ly ..
A.tt,:s': (; -. St'TT.
W. D). CAHN. C' !iu'1".'.


NOTICE SOF ELECTICN FO 'TSUSES 07
XCINTOSH SOCIAL TAZ SCHOOL
ZISTlICT.

STorICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
election will bt he;l in the town of Mcln tosh
Marion county, Florida during the hours be-
tween S o'clock a. m. and' sundown of
Satul m "a; t' h/. ,-A. D. /rvi
for the purpo-c of e-'':"i::g three trnstets ;or
the MchIntosh Spec:ia T.x \ School District No. 2
(f Marion county. Florv.,a. and to fix the rate of
niulage to lihe levied f .r the sa.d Speci l Tax
.echoul 'istitict pi-:: rp '-.: tar th.- t.ext -.:-uing
two year- are aill rgi-tered ;:' i .:;:alificd voter*' o: f a
Special Tax Sc!o liitr:ct who py a ta:a : t .:'
ret:' cr personal pi, a' rty
The following pe7r-'oni aa:-e appointei ':n-pec-
lors of -.-'.l ec:i' :. W H. .Smith, ,
Nors.worthy :al "'.. .. .:-t. an'i J. S. A':'-i.
clerk.
Bv o-der ot the I'a- .*'* Pu'i c i:e :-tr'ct...::
Ot' Marion c unty '": .. aiiy th C,t'
Attest .. 5. .. oT3.
w. D t. i ,. h: -:r:a:
S oT e t.ry :. .


NOTIG;EOi- ELEC-1.C'NI FOR CREATING
A SPECIA'.. TAX iCH-Oo~~L DtS'
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In pursuance off Ch ipter 4769x. Act of 18996 oet
the Law% of Vori.li lu'tice i,% hereby Rive* itwai
it is the intention *-Cat ieik~sr.tiof Couaty Coxmp

nsonl tile fi!-'Maon(!av inJuly A. Dt. iqsaw
f-er;ot'.rtv it o~the one bUS.
ire. .~IdA t h -: ;r.l-r:- '~be ler~kd and
as' ,xc a.i''t h h\tle Pi-ptwrtyin the
-.K C aii C t t~d: -1 f .'h~ytar agoi. am&
tle rionie) s) ra:-s- "e'c a-i~ie as a "
fund to -wbe uised iin t:,( t,!i idioni. improve,
tnit it and x iineam~n~ir,,'3oftw public ronda,
C'u'vr.'.4 andhrdg -the -;a1.! county of MAE-
(":ti. and jut~thc': rc:ae f lich imnl1emne~ado
tearu'a. wngoil'. can, p e'atflt?; anti stockades for
thte use of and -cute lk tpinag.of the convict Jim~
t- ni-.y he fcn.!': .".-ry:inthe proper carv7-
in ~ I~te h wak i.' the public roads of the
't~!~ CCiiityanl ',r the etnpleoyment of suck
:,itiwna IxIh,-r a- ml v'lie deeded necessary.
rerdby re of~. ithe Board of County
innas'ioiners .-Zafaari 'U county.Florida, Da
.aeltiat the reguli~-!igfsndfoa on*Zbat
~.T. SISTRUNE.
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SPECIAL Ta2 S;20CL :S7hIST:T AT
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NOTICE


CF FIRST MEETiNG
CREDITORS.a


In the District Court of the United Statre Ou~r
the otenI:i:L lrda-nDn.

In the M-aicr of J. !. erig 121 B~ankrupt2'w
Bankr',yt.
0 OTHE CREI',ITORt'a; J.J.GURIG,;7W.
Rti-It~itrS)ip ,oft a-ret t&" Gerig of Ocala. in #vhe
Coumlv ("I aria,~i :A) ab!stict aloremmid- 4w
Nutictf I. hereby g-.-.-n that on the 7,rd day
May. Z. 1). 140,T.i. te -ai.d T j Gvrig was d'.4!g
.iaiaiattd bnkig. n thetthe fir%t mmeetzaW,
(ft hi- cTC'ui l% wu!hfc hdat 4the c*ze f N ...t
(' CC]. 1."j .III Cca';, J. thte
'a f dc. ; .f A. D. .J'jetl
a: ..Jock :;a the 2trw.nat which--tifu- *i
c. talitars ;may Aztt_-. i'. iove tht-ir ciai-~mr,
tint a trmstte. :.%ij*' ,-the t.ukr'ipt .Ivw
t t .:-;0t ,chcothvr I,,*.:-n, a!may p-4- Iall

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A:,XMISTM.TOR'S '11CTICE OF AMUZC-


N ()ICF l*HECl'.'x' 4.IVEN THAr r]TP*
ridersigoved. .--- ': 'trator -4 the etrtaW-.
_''IES ID. CAr' 2E..*7 will on tU~e
90,r1i Daj V.;AD.. 1901.
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In the Circuit C.in-t :te .irfth Judicial Ci rcut-
SHo-r:... i:: .'. .',,r Marion County.
To Res.sie t Mtcn-.. : ;.: All Other Persotm.
:Int"rested.
OU AND F.Ai'H OF YO) WILL TAUE
notice thlit : wriO of attachment bha tbw
dav been leviedl :iou that eertmin property of
-.-.:rs in Ocala. luruia. described as folkl.u
Commencing 7,- feet wet of the northeast cor
of ;t 10. Caldwe:l'. addition to Ocala, runiMl
thence south M14 feet. west 70 feet. north 104 feeL
eat feet. to feet. to i claim of 352 21 due the
Commercial Bank cala Branch. a corporatiew
organized and existing under the laws of Plari
da: these art- therefore to command you to or
andi appear before -ait circuit court in Ocal.
Florida. on
.Vonday, the dar qf july, A. D., lp,
or judgfnint by default will be entered agalMt
you and said property will be sold to satisfy sm
debt.
Given under n.v hand and officalsea2, tistite-
4th day of March. .1 D ,oi,
SSeal) s. T. t'SrThUNK,
Clerk Circuit CoIUt.
W. K. Zewad-ski. Att v or Plaintiff. 3-


NOTICE 0 V0YsSIowm' SALX

UNDERR AND E.V VIRTUE OP A DWCRA2l.:
and order uf -.tle nade by the Heim. Williasi
A. Hocker. Judge of the PIfrh Jtwhcial CircV
Court of Flcri.a, aand for Marik. county, ji
chancery, in the :Jartition snit pending wlIr-
said court where:u MARY L. SMITh was nm--
pla;uint. and JAMES \ W ANDiRs and W12
NIE E. r SANl,)FS were !tje'vndant.%, we. r
u_..trsigi .1 co,,,lldl--).ners 1 ake partit.n ,,: : it;.: .st t l hiroinafter 1y-
sconied, will on
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Do. W. Smith. Complainant, w. Alezanein-m -
1Mclutiy- e al.. retae:'ar.t,--Foreduar-.
T ArPTIARING BY .'. FI DAVIT APFPUNDjSr'u
to the !)ill i'e- in :he ahove sst.ted caute.k a
ALEXANDER 1McINTYREI. LAURA COOK
MclNTYK, SYDNEY J. BOW11S. as admiin-
trator de bomnis non of the estate of Sura! Eis.
Couch. deceased. the efemnants therein nalmen -
are non-residents of the .tate of .lovida. avig.
that Alexander Mclut3re and Laura Coult Mca-
tyre are presidents of 2a0 C.T,,ndoeet street. in t3Bm
city o0 New Ozleani. s ;.te ot Louisiana. tm
Sydney J. Bowie resides at Tallaikga. AlabaRML
and each of said Jdeendants are over the agr '%'
twenty-one years: ;t ij. therefore ordered thai
said ncn-residenai defendants be ai.d they .e-
hereby required to appear to the bill of com-
p!aint filed in saidcaa-e on or bekcre
.Vo'nday, the ..: day otherwise the a.Igation'. ,f said bill wilL t-
t.ik_.i as confessed by said Idefendantq
:it s further ordlerrd that this order be pa-
lstdl t.nvc a wrek et- four consecutive week zw
te peca'ia Vanner. .. nrw-pVer puiblbshed 'a.
;ii. C(.lnltvX and .-tat:-
This 2,th a Anr':. ; .ui
*Seal' T SISTRYNK.
4. C'erk .ir -it Co-irt, Marion L%.. J..
ANDERSO)N & HotCK2iR,
olhcito= tc:r Complainant.


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