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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: July 12, 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 paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


TA3LED leSs.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1901.


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ANNOUNO MNNTI


S we at b a lMaea a, hsed o cash
I weemd sh e your aMto to thel fast at mwe
havre m haoi a lge Mad well mirtnd stoek eof ft
-irnr. P rfmes .Toilet Artiles, Kodaks and Kodhk
",im-". all of which we would like to have you in-

We will shortly display a large assortment of
Armotr a Toilet 8oa&p. the quality and price of which
we think will interest you. Please remember

THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE


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T T ToU STAT.I

The people of thi setwoa G ad
tht~ Ibesar they go out sad -hat

of ow mtim The bele that the
earth is seedv e dtha of tsefm*l-l
I M value to me lmad d have the
S patU ce m ad the ia.ind ry sm t .ee-
duamnce to make m ar o l eaga-
ltios sad the knowledge to know


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Mim Bosabelle 8istrunk returned to
her home at Montbrook Wednesday,
after a few days' visit to Mim Beatrice
Saclair.
Mr. Don Lathan left last batealsay
fr Dade City after spending the
Pourth nl Omel with his friend, Mr.
Ctlf d Ad e-enR.
M 9 86amai" J. Ptter sad daugh.
IM, M- Nele and Valets Potter,
have ga to New York state to
emi th -swer.
lMr.J. T. Yeane, afrt a ptmant
vit to heda uh M&R. 3. mr.
el, netun 0 tobhis bhea ii n Po-
tebemg b Meaday.
Mr. Iaels R. (aml Mimed last
- emr amR New Ywk slate, whet
e esempanied bbs wife sad chil
a, who vwil sped the summer
owon.
Pfmuriptisme-P .eeo renDrug Stoe.
M n alsaes Se..lair eatertiaiee
hw e k b a Fi V g mv t Mde-
Itftlgmy, eo1pm0-mtanr to her
gas, Mim RosabeBe Mlten k, of

M. A. B. Weaver, of West Palm
MWmb, who has been visiting relatives
la this city for the peat few weeks,
lef lat Friday for a short visit to
frtakd at E tis.
Precripttion-PuotoMee Drug Store.
Mrs. Chas. Rbelmaner left last Mon-
day for Wetumpka, Ala., to visit rela-
tives for the summer. She was ae-
eompanled by Maxie Fishel, who will
vitit his brother. Mr. Leon Fishel.
Miss Johuania Lddon will entertain
her friends this afternoon from five to
seves o'clock, complimentary to her
guest. Mi Ollie Weeks, of Starke,
and to Miss Marie Bullock, of this
city.
l're.'riltlions- P4ttoftlce Drug Store.
Mris. Edward Hiller and daughters,
Mimpe, Mona and Hazel. left Tuesday
! morning for Old Point Comfort, Va.,
whetr they 'will visit a short while,
and will then go to Atlantic City, N.
J., for the .ummer.
IMr. John Tippii-, Colton, o.; says:
'"Foly' *l Honey andti Tar cured my
little girl of a severe cough and in-
flamed t,,totil-. Antimouopoly Drur
Store. m
Thti- a.flie n iuder o obligations to
Mr. Itfo'rd I.eitner for a very excel-
lent wsternaelou last Monday. It was
one of the fiest that we have seen
thii essat.o and was greatly enjoyed
toy the- nmen ,f the office. Mr. Leitner
is always a friend of the newspaper


Mr*. Jake Vanpetten. of Tampa,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. J. l'yles, for the past week. left
Monday for a short visit to relatives
in Brooksville before returning home.
She was accompanied by her bright
little ,ou, Henry.
Imperfect digestion and assimilation
i Irodutce disordered conditions of the
system., which grow ond are confirm-
ed by neglect. Herbine gives tone to
the 4omaach. and causes good diges-
tion. Price o0) cents. Anti-Monopoly
' Drug aore. m
: .. az _i 3.lb....an.Ii


things when they Sad them.
In 1888, while diggiag a well on his
orange grove at PanasoCkee, Mr. A.
L. Elchelberger unearthed a substance
that he believed was valuable. He
had It analyzed and it proved to be
gypsum.
The Ocala Banner told of this dis-
covery and its value as a fertilizer.
It is but fair to my in this connec-
tion that Mr. Eichelberger planted
the first orange grove for profit after
the civil war In this state and is enti-
tied to be styled the "father of the or-
ange industry."
His example was followed by Mr.
James A. Harris in the planting of
his celebrated mammoth grove at
Citra, which fied the date of the
great orange lndmtry of Florida.
Mr. Eichelbeger's discovery of
gypsum put people to thinking, sad
when a people eaters eseriely Upes a
ime of thinking great reeelt are se
to follow.
Thboght is the great Ahaeda
lever that all reme want am" the
haret want from e earth ead make
It what it was at the l lng
paradise, with the *tsee of kenowl
edge" nflded in almeet all di1ee-
tiom.
The discovery of gypsum led, a few
montim later, to the discovery of
phph more valuabs ferisr
Ingredient-by Mr. Albert-e Vegs, of

This discovery gave Florida a new
birth and made it known in the
marts of trade and commerce of the
world.
Fuller's earth, and kmolin, and ce-
ment, and asbestos, and other sub-
stances of value followed, and the last
and crowning discovery of all is oil,
. the credit for the discovery of which
must be given to Marion county.
Strontianite, another very valuable
discovery, is reported at Blind Horse
ferry, on the Withlaeoochee river,
about thirteen miles from Dunnellon.
It is a beautiful mineral and has
the appearance of amber. When
heated it makes a crimson flame, and
is used *or making a red light which
is utilized for signaling purposes, in
theatres, for fire-works, etc. The
United States imports all the strontia
it uses, and the finding of this min-
eral at Blind Horse ferry, the only
place its discovery is reported on the
western hemisphere, may give this
isolated and picturesque spot a name
in history.
Dolomite is another one of our new
discoveries. It is a rock of granular
and crystalline structure. It is usu-
ally white but is found of various cel-
ors. Chemically speaking, it is a
magnesian carbonate of lime, and,
burnt like lime, is used for mortar
and the hard rock for building pur-
poses. It is sometimes so hard and
ot so fine a texture as to be classed as
marble. In England dolomite has
proved so durable that it was selected
in building the new houses of parlia-
ment. The choir of the Southwell
church was built of this stone in the


twelfth century, and a report recently
made upon it says "the mouldings
and carved enrichment were as
sharp and perfect as when first exe-
cuted." The report ends by saying
that 61t ..h a *.iA thk. lAmnnm anmt


county, near Juniper Creek, Mr. Al-
bertus Vogt says that the most perfect
marble is found near the home of
John Markham, near the Marion and
Levy line. The colors are most beau-
ful-blue, tessalated, pink, mottled
anud pure white. It is superfine and
equalled by no other marble in the
world, containing 98 per cent. of
carbonate of lime. The only trouble
is that it is found in nodules and not
in beds, and while the quality is idne
the quantity is limited Beds may be
found later on, however.
Marion county's contributions to
the state my be summed up as fol-
lows:
The M mW tndmtry, lime, phos-
phae, Mypea, han Fe's earths
surentisalts, dolomite, marble, a-s*
testOIL
The ether counties of the state
-ate gnas-esty, sad without Jeal-
emy, wreath around her brow am rown
of in,..rte..a. I
She teb that she has doeMwe amd
hopes her contributions havenot yet
ended.


When the quatity oa food is too
mlargeorthe vMulty too rh, heart
burn Is likely to Mblow, a especial-
ly softhe digestion has bee weak-
emed by eoMstpaMMon. Batslowlysad
not too freely of easily digesed food.
Mastleate the food thom ghly. Let
ix hours elapse between meas and
when yo f a fullness and weight
In the region of the stomach after
eating, indicattang that you have
eaten too much,, take one of Cham-
berilan's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and the heartburn may be avoided.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
*eerga isatiet neard of Trade.
At a meeting of the board of trade,
held Tuesday, July 9, it was deter-
mined to call a mass meeting of the
citizens of Ocala and submit a propo-
sition for reorganizing and revivifying
the board or abandoning the organi-
sation. Unless new life and energy
can be injected into the association,
the sentiment prevailing at the meet-
ing was that the good accomplished
was not commensurate with the bur-
den borne by the few members who
have taken an active interest in the
move.
It is for the merchants to say wheth-
er or not Oeala shall keep abreast of
the times, and by unity of action
build up and improve our community,
or by indifference and lethargy allow
ourselves to dry rot into obscurity and
insignificance.
The meeting will be held at the
court house Thursday, July 18, at 8
o'clock p. m.
Every person who is interested in
Ocala's prosperity will attend.
HERBERT A. FORD.
Ye Kenow What Tee Are raking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it ti simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 50c.
Presbyteriae Seeial.
Last Monday afternoon Mrs. R. L.
Anderson entertained the ladies of
the Presbyterian church at their
monthly social. On account of the
rain not as many were present as
usual. The form of amusement for


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The crate of peaches mt -u b
Ron. W.J. Chambers, in coledor, s
and flavor, were pronuced by com-
petent judges to be beyond compare.
They were certainly very Aae. Eve
as a Florida peach they were omap-
preached and unapprachah Thlere
must be an exceptional sweetest to
the soil of Melatoh.
What among hamsa ills amre ae
annoying than pile? The asutsa
that prevent active eamelse a b had
emngh, but one tht mams a tes
missmab Is wiMs. Wemes we
amongits gatest martI& bft
Bockye Pie Oatimet w8 wM ts
metd nm esss. PrI 5ea
in bottle, tubes t 75ea. A -ame
poly DrWg fwte.


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We have always oe hand

in new at d soond hand Farnitum of
all kinds. You will do well to call on
ua.
OCALA FYDT ITITlE 4.

Warm


Weather


Suggestions.

LOVELY LAWS.
SThose who have seen
.,- cur new stock of laws
pronounce them beau-
9 tiful. They are nt
only delicate and at-
tractive, but they are
Full of quality which
will nuake them wear.
us and weeang
: tee them to you. We
want you to seethem.


A SUMMER
WAIST.
You can eaily have
a waist that is fashion-
able and comfortable
if you select from the
material we are show-J
Ing. There are nmani
beautiful patterns here
in summer weights
and colors, and women
of taste speak enthud.
astically about them.
Prices quite small.


TOE *MOT LtWET
Itreist ea .in I -a
is=aeato wear. We
are Amarme aler seeob.


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You Have Seen


Our Advertisements! (B, I

Well, that mes.m we want to do your bakii 4

buseine. If you begin with us, we know how to
keep you-at least, that ii our record-keeping

customers.

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Straw Hats
We pass up the profits
on the broken lots we
have left to accelerate
the selling. They're

Just as (ood
As when the price was a
third more.
Dig up a little money
and get a new hat

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la Flilda.

Pierre Lorillard, the tobacconist and
port, is dead.
The Iesburg College will not re-
opa the next season.
PrescipUons-Postofilce Drug Store.
Andrew arnegie has only $280,000,-
ION more o give away.
Mri Marta Patterson, the last
abUd of Andy Johnson, is dead.
aMn Josea' brother, Joe, is now
preshlt sed mesm to be hotter
staf than Bas.
Mm. B. A. Green leaves next Tues.
day for Frankli Springs, G., where
she wlB speed the summer.
PresripUtio-Poetofiee Drug tore.
Editor J. F. Sherwood, of Inver-
ness, will soon begin the public-tion
of a mew paper. He made the Chron-
lde one of the best weeklies in Flor-
ida.
No sooner does an Ohio republican
convention throw a bouquet to the
negoees than a mob of Ohions go out
and try to throw a rope over a few of
thei.-Atlanta Journal.
Prof. John FMake, the greatest of
American historans, died of the ex-
eaelve heat at his summer home in
eat OisOeheter, Mass., July 4th.
Mr.P lke was a professor at Cam-
bridge University. He was fifty-nine
yeam of age.
Preseription-Pstoffice Drug Stor e
Messe. Bishop and Stockley have
begun a small canning hfatory at
lowe assan experiment. If it proves
meaese--l-l they will enlarge the plant
and eSAblish other plants at impor-
tant vegetable centers in different
por Uos of the county.
What Two Seats Will Be.
It will bringurelef to sona from
mtamm or momptlou, even in the
worst eams. This is about what one
dome of Foley's Honey ad7 T&r costs.
Im't It worth a trial? AntU-Monopo-
ly Drug Store. m
From the Seala Etatr Star of
April 1st, Ms.
"We are ildepted to Mr. George
Close for the finest cablbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. ~Coe is a man of fine judgment,
andone of the most successful trucker
In the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is prosperous."
Mr. Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
had espeelally adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
S and tomato seed. See display adver-
vertlsement in another column. 7-l-tf


N w the Talk Sees SO.
Several of the state papers are at-
tacking Bro. Harris, of the Ocala
Banner, on account of his recent arti-
cle regarding the political ambition
of Mr. Flagler, in which he seemed
to speak with authority, as the repre-
sentative of Florida's millionaire.
We think these criticisms wholly un-
called for and unjust to the Banner.
If Mr. Flagler desired to reach the
people of Florida, Mr. Harris and the
Banner certainly had the right and
privilege to announce his intentions,
and there does not seem to be any-
thing in Mr.Flagler's new program of
"rest and recreation" to conflict with
the Banner's principles carried at its
mneathead; and its devotion to Callismi
in the past does not conflict with the
Banner's close relations with Mr.
Flagler, for the news was spread very
recently that the ex-senator himself
had gotten into rich company and
had formed a combine with Miliiou-
aireJ. J. Hill t al., ly which the ex.
senator was to superintend the invest-
ment of sme of their spare cash in


in the yards belonging to Crane-Me
Mahon Company.
Farmers.are raising more corn and
hogs in this section than ever before.
A ready sale. for all pork and corn can
always be had, and the business is
gradually taking the place of trucking.
Watermelons are still being shipped
to northern markets in car load lots.
More than fifty cars are yet to go.
They are being loaded daily on the
switches, both here and at Anthony.
Mr. Howell and Captain T. H. John-
son are superintending the loading for
the Easterlings. The fifty-acre field
of "ice cream" melons is very fine.
Shippers and commission houses pro-
nounce these melons to be extra sweet
and quickly salable. Many of this
variety weigh sixty pounds, and few
weigh less than twenty.five pounds.
The Best Persoriptem 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 *e. -.
Kendrick.
Special Correaoondencc Ocala Banner.
Watermelon season is almost over
and of cour-s we are sorry.
Mr. Tom Hawthorne. of Hawthorne,
is visiting hi.i; cousin, Mr. Eugene
Jones.
Mr. John Waters and Miss Marini


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Leaber Plest a0 1 e *1E18 *St
may Lose the Eastertag.
Saturday was pay day for the
Crane-MeMahan Lumber Camp. This
company will soon put ten extra
teams to working here. Manager J.
W. Brown will soon be in position to
give places to a number of colored
men. They must be extra large and
strong and suited to logging work.
Pay will be satisfactory to the right
ones.
Easterling Bros., left here Saturday
with a large number of their men for
Albany, Ga. In the company were J.
R. Easterling, B. L. EFsterling; B. B.
Easterling, superintendent of pack-
ers; Gilmore Sims, assistant; J. E.
Allen, Jr., foreman of crate makers
and car packers. Mr. Stewman, of
Lowell, also went. A number of col-
ored helpers were taken along. Among
them were Joe Saueer, Rev. John
MeDuffy, James Manor, Joe Morris,
Reuben Tucker, Handy Andy and
others.
The junior member of the firm, B.
L. Easterling, will go on to Barnwell,
S. C., and put a force to work there
I within ten days, after which he will
leave for Parkston, N. C., where he
will harvest two hundred acres of
cantaloupes. J. Easterling, with
the expert packers taken from Flor-
ida, will go to Albany and begin gath-
ering and shipping the crop at that
point at once. The crop at Barnwell
will be harvested by G. Sims and Bar-
ney B. Emeterling.
The firm and the help brought here
were shown a mark of honor by the
large number of their employes.
More than a hundred people came to
the depot to see them off and wish
them a safe trip. There are many re-
grets expressed by workmen and bus-
iness people, because the firm will
probably go to the east coast to make
their next year's crops.
The east coast people are trying to
interest the firm, and two or three
members will return to Florida in a
few weeks to make a thorough inspec-
tion of the whole section from St.
Augustine to Miami. Since the spe-
cialties produced by this firm can be
raised on the east coast earlier, and in
view of the special inducements of.
fered, Martin will probably suffer a
great loss by the removal.
One member of the firm said it was
highly probably that a large acreage
of watermelons only would be plant-
ed on the lands contagious to Ocala, as
the soil there was so well suited to
them.
This firm has certainly taught very
forcibly that in order to get the best
results not only must the earliest mar-
kets be sought, but also that only the
choicest melons, in fancy crates, are
worth sending to northern markets.
They send only the finest varieties,
from choice stock, to their customers.
In this way a fine reputation has come
to them. Shipments always bring
fancy prices, while the poorly packed
and badly chosen stock of others is a
drug on the market.
J. L. Perkins, telegraph operator,
will leave on the 13th for a new field.
He has served the office in a most
acceptable manner, and has made
many friends.
This section has great possibilities,
if it is more fully developed. The
freight receipts and forwarding busi-
ness here during the past month
amounts to eight or nine thousand
dollars. The amount would have
been more if care could have been
had to carry off several hundred logs


is three feet nine inches in circum-
ference, eighteen ionhes above the
ground are three prongs measur-
ing 23 inches, 22r inches and 21
inches in circumference and are
loaded to the utmost with fruit.
Mr. L. F. Whitehead, of Jackson.
ville, visited relatives and friends here
the past week.
Mr. Will Chappell who has been
seriously ill for the past two weeks is
able to be out again.
Those attended the Whitehead-
Gladdney wedding at Reddick were
Mrs. Thad Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Whitehead, Fate Whitehead
and Miss Carrie Turnipseed.
Kendrick was well represented in
Ocala on the fourth.
Mrs. L. G. Akins and Miss Sallie
Whitehead, formerly of this place,
but now of Ocala, accompanied by
Miss Eunice Trantham spent Sunday
in Kendrick.
RUTH.
To sre a Geld i sto Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-.
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
atu re is on each box. 25e. +
Andalusia.
Special Correspondence Oca:a Banner.
Tom Ellis, of Gulf city, is spending
a few days with his parents at this
place.
The ice cream social at George
Ellis' was largely attended and every
one reports a nice time.
W. H. Boyt, who has been superin-
tending the mammoth farm of Mrs.
Fannie Hobkirk has moved to his
hammock near this place. Will is a
hustler and will get there yet.
Sam Sullivan and his banjo have re-
turned from south Florida to the de.
light of the young ladies.
T. J. Lee, better known as "Uncle
Jack," will spend this week fishing
and hunting on the Ocklawahb
river.
Misses Ethel and Nannie Ellis, of
Anthony, were visiting friends at this
place last week.
Tom Hall, one of the leading young
men of Andalusia, attended a dance
near Island Grove on the fourth.
Louis Shortridee left last Tuesday
for Jacksonville.
Marion Conyers has sold his boat
and gone to Leesburg.
JULIUS C.ESAR.
Oriner Farm.
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
We are having plenty of rain and
grass is growing rapidly.
There was quite a big delegation
from here in Ocala on the fourth and
all enjoyed themselves.
Mr. Anson Halstil, of Holder is
visiting friends and relatives at this
place.
Mrs. Fannie Stevenson, of Tarpon
Springs, is visiting her brothers,
Messrs. J. J. and W. H. Luffmann.
Miss Mattie Brad ly and nephew.
Clarence Elpie, of Crystal River, are
visiting Mrs. Buford Leitner.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Zetrouer, of
Micanopy, were visit ing relatives here
and at Anthony last week.
Mr. John Priest, of Anthony, was
shaking hands here last week
Will Perry, of Pedro, was up to
spend a few days with friends and re-
latives the past week.
Mr. Charley and Miss Susie Luffman
attended the Sunday school conven-
tion at Grahamville Saturday and
Sunday.
We hear with regret that Mr. Lee
Priest and family ar- very sick.
JUDIE.


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Some people call it tetter, milk crust or
salt rheum.
The suffering from it if sometimes in-
t'c:e; lotal tppllcations are resorted to-
h(,,; mitigate, but cannot cure.
it proceeds from humors inherited or ac-
quired and persists until these have been
removed.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
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and permanently cured the worst cases, and
is without an equal for all cutaneous
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Evaporated fruits, nuts, raisins, prunes, dates, fancy
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Farrinaceous goods, etc. In a word, a COMPLETE
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v ow 1o tefty mat th. 14th,
at -Am~p. m. einietsd by Rev. C.
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by ,PweInba&W, Is agb ing She eduac-
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ftbe wlsl Om ta&& is the Pan-Amaer-
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-M. V. 2nuw, or smneuoo, was
a pleasant aller at this office a few
day ago. He has recovered from his
acidenMalw found and is doing fSeely.
He is a prominent K. of P. member
d reports the lodge at Dunn llon
ao-mishlg.
syewr liver tired! Doe italil to
do its duty? If so, don't neglect its
callfor help. A few doses of Herbine
may ave you a spell of sickness.
Rehite I the only perfect liver medi-
else. It cures chills and fever. Pdee
Seents. Anti-monopoly Drn8tore.n
Prescriptone- Postomfoe Drug Store.
Rev. rederlek Pasoo, president of
the East Florida Seminary at Gaines-
ville, was in Oeala yesterday in the
Interest of his school. Mr. Pasco is
giving the school the experience of
many years, and. under his adminis-
tration It is enjoying a mnjot excellent
reputation.
Thomas W. Carter, of Ash boro, A..
C., had kidney trouble and one bottle
of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a per-
feet cure, and he says there is no
remedy that will compare with it.
Anti-monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert and
children, of Lowell, left Monday for
Sea Breese where they have a cottage
and will spend a part of the summer.
LaIer Mr. Meftert will visit his old
hbe ain Michigan and enroute will
take a peep at the Pan American ex-
peltios. He will be accompanied by
his son, Brace.
Jes. G. Ahbert, of Della, 0., writes
"I hld an obstinate sore on my face
whicb everything else failed to heal.
After one application of Banner Salve
It bqan to heal and after three spell-
eatioi t was entirely healed leaving
an scar. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
ai
The Banner job office has just got-
te out a leaiet entitled "Five Chap-
ten oa Banking" for Munroe &
fhambUls, which contains in a few
weeds some interesting local history.
Their advertisements in the newspa-
pen change weekly, and are interest-
ilg as readlng matter.


To eradicate worms from the system
give the child plain, nourishiag food
and Whiteas Cream Vermifuge. The
result will be, the worms will disap-
pear and the child become healthy
and cheerfuL Price 23 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
The board of county commissioners
of Alachua county, headed by its
chairman, Dr. Thomas, visited Ocala
thin week for the purpose of inspecting
our good roads. They were shown
all due curtesles, were taken to Silver
Springs, and were shown our good
roads to other places. They were
much impressed by the same.
Office of D. Hi. Hardy, Secretary of
state, Austin. Texas, Nov. *1,. 1900.-
I have found Dr. Moflett's Teethina a
P|lendid remedy and aid for my teeth-
I c children. When my oldest boy
was a teething child, every succeeding
day warned us that we would inevit-
sably lote him. I happened upon
Teethina., and began at once admin-
istermtai it to him. and his improve-
ment was marked in -4 hours, and
I front that day on lie recuperated. I
have eon-tantly kept it and used it
since with nty children, anud have
taken great pilea-ure in wounding its
lprai,- to all mtiother's of young child-
r,.n. I found it iiinvaluable even after
the teethalilg I.riodt was pas-ed. Mrs.
It. tH. Hardy. 2t
Mr. <(. I'. Stapyltou. formerly re-
'ive-r of ithe First anud Merchants'
National Iank- of thin- city, is with
t- thiti wt-ek on a vi-it. Since leaving
S1.-ala Mr. S hai- ewen living in Cuba,
anld while there u-ffered an attack of
yellow fever -inue returning to the
I united Statet-. ha- ipent some time in
Tenist*e,'. anad at the present time is
living in Ieosturg.
A hearty a| petite does not always
indicate a healthy condition. It is
not the quantity of food which is
eaten but the quantity which is as-
,imuilated. which determines the
actual value of the food consumed.
If the stomach and organs of diges-
gestion and nutrition cannot oonvert
tihe fo xl into nourishment, and into
bitid. then the food is an injury in-
Mtead of a benefit. For all disorders
of the stomach and its allied organs
of digestion and nutrition, there is
a amptlas. a.. 3. Z. 11M ng nir


4MMAWVK Mr- 97 IC SIAWMA f


thirty years, writes his personal ex-
perience with Foley's Kidney Cure.
"For years I have been bothered with
kidney trouble and enlarged prostrate
gland. I used everything known to
the profession without relief, until I
was induced to use Foley's Kidney
Cure. After using three bottles I was
entirely relieved and cured. I pre-
scribe it now daily in my practice and
heartily recommend its use to all phy-
sicians for sucel troubles, for I can
honestly state I have prescribed it in
hundreds of cases with perfect success.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mn
Binion-Harris.
Ol Thursday afternoon July 4th at
live o'clock Mrs. Eudora J. Harris and
Mr. Binion, of Yeomans, Ga., were
united in marriage at the residence of
the Lri les cousin in Parrott, Ga.
Mrs. Binion, as Mrs. Harris was
well known in Ocala and in the en-
tire state. She has visited relatives
here a number of times, and has lived
in Citra, Gainesville, Fernandina and
Lake City.
The Banner extends to Mr. and
Mrs. Binion its congratulations and
best wishes for a happy married life.
What's Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver trouble.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complex-
ion. Only 25 cents at Garrett and
Gerig's Drug Store. 6
Ohapmaa-Meadews.
Miss Edith Julien Meadows, of An-
thony, was married on June 20th at
Knoxville, Tenn., to Rev. W. H.
Chapman. a Presbyterian minister.


s nd for free cianrlc, an. tr-y it.
SCOTT & BOVINE. Chemists,
4oo:015 Pearl Str"t,. N-c Yook.

Strayed or Stolen.
One 3-year-old heifer, dark brown to
black, had bell on, mealey nose,
marked smooth crop in left ear, brand-
ed "GT": should have a calf. Five dol-
lars for her return.
One 2-year-old heifer, mouse and
dun colored, spot in forehead, marked
and branded as above. Five dollars
for her return.
7-5-2t GEO. B. TYLER.
Write to Wrena.


For a copy of the famous three coon,
rag-time, two-step, entitled, "Tickled
to Death," price 10 cents; or sheet
music entitled, "Trotting through the
Park," price 10 cents; or a beautiful
ehl or nf IlInmr.tdla namgvln.r wl.a n.o.a


Smtb ef Mrs. Oerrie.
Mrs. Geo. G. Currie died quite sud-
denly last Sunday morning at her
home in West Palm Beach.
Mrs. Currie, who was formerly Mir
Irene RUkards, daughter of Mr. T.
Rickards, formerly of lake Weir,
was well known in Oeai and Marion
county. 8he was married to Mr.
Curriejoust two months ago, and her
death is a particularly sad one.


FACE


ethb ef Mra. IEtrMge.
After an illness of more than three
yearsduring all of which time she
was confined to her bed, Mrs. WilU-
liam Ethridge breathed her last
Thursday morning at 9:80 o'eloek.
The deceased came to Oesala
eighteen years ago from Alabama,
with her husband and parents, all of
whom have preceded her to the
Great Beyond.
Mrs. Ethridge was a consistent and
devoted member of the Presbyterian
church. Throughout her long illness
she was a patient sufferer, and if a
good life here vouchsafes a good life
in the "better land," she has received
the reward of the blessed and is now
at rest.
When death came Mrs. Ethridge
was surrounded by her daughters,
Mrs. Sydney J. Bowie, of Anniston,
Ala., Mrs. William E. Sinclair, of
this city, and by her 'son, Marone,
and her sister, Miss Lu Waruock.
Last night Mrs. Glove, a niece of
the deceased, and Mr. S. J. Bowie ar-
rived from Alabama to attend the fu-
neral.
Mrs. Ethridge's remains were laid
to rest in Greenwood cemetery this
morning, Rev. C. M. Gray, of Grace
Episcopal church, officiating.
Saves Two Fren Beath.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Arnnonk, N. Y., but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
lif with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, whohad co.m---anption In an
advanced stage, also used this wonder-
fal medicine, and to-day she is per-
feetly well." Desperate throat and
lung disease yelld to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Tntllible for coughlsadeolds.
0sc and $1.00 bottles gauranteed by
Garrett & Gerig. Trial bottles free. 6
Semla ss oClub rgasised.
A meeting was held at the Ocala
House on Wednesday July 10th, for
the purpose of forming a gun club to
be called the Oeala Gun Club. H. A.
Ford was elected president and Thos.
Stevens, secretary and treasurer.
The following were made members
of the club: J. P. Galloway, 8. A.
Standley, J. F. Edwards, 0. 8. Scott,
Dr. D. M. Smith, Z. C. Chambliss, V.
Morris Smith, Geo. McKay, Ed Hol-
der, C. M. Brown, E. M. Howard, J.
D. Robertson W. E. Sinclair and W.
8. Bullock.
Organized under American Gun
Club rules.
The meeting adjourned until Fri-
day at 4 o'clock p. m. to report pro-
gress and elect new members.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy-
sician of Smith Grove, Ky., for over


Colored Teachers
Howard Academy-B. F. Hartwell,
Chas. H. Stewart, Miss Mary McClel-
lon, Mrs. H. W. Candler, Mrs. Ida Rich-
ardson, Mrs. A. A. Jones, Miss Anica
E. Murry. Miss Rose L. Welters.
Fessenden Academy-Joe. L. Wiley,
Mrs. J. L. Wiley.
Mount Tabor-R. B. Sutton.
Gum Spring-Mrs. R. C. Alridge.
Mount Zion-Miss Mary J. Boyd,
Miss Bessie E. Snell.
Lake Side-Miss Minnie L. Boyd.
Boardman-Miss Alice L. MichaeL
Clarksville-Miss Lilla G. Mitchell.
Moore's Pond-Miss .Virginia C.
Howard.*
Hard Rock-Miss Julia A. Johnson.
Wetumpka-B. W. Bonner.
Baze Pond-J. R. Blye, Mrs. J. R.
Blye.
Elmwood-Miss Ella Ducket
Pine Grove-Miss Lecora S. Bonner.
Bethlehem-Mrs. Mary Ward Har-
mon.
Wesley Chapel-Mrs. Mary E. Fal-
ana.
Hog Pond-Miss Annie Jackson.
Saint Peter's-Miss Jessie Ruth.
Magnolia-Miss Rosa V. Sable.
Sulphur Springs-Mrs. Susie Mc-
Duffy.
Free Stone-W. C. Rogers.
Palmetto-Mrs. Ida W. Maxey.
Evergreen-Miss Carrie Jacobs.*
Mount Pleasant-A. S. Jacobs.*
Montague-E. B. McCants.
Roper's Farm-Sol. D. Stewart.
Mount Pelier-Miss Annie C. Daw-
kins.
Mount Royal-L. C. Griffin.
Christian Church-Miss Janie Crum-
ady.*
Stanton-Miss Iola D. Ward.
McBride-Not supplied.
Silver Springs-Mrs. C. C. Benton.
Mount Olive-Mrs. Edith A. Brown.
River Side-Not supplied.
Hopewell-Miss C. A. Adams, Miss
Emma Mobley.*
Black Sink-Miss Addle Harvery.*
Hawthorne-Mrs. Mattie G. Taylor.,
Baldwin Farm-Miss Evelyn A.
Stewart.
Orange Creek-Besslie E. Bonner.
Liberty Chapel-Miss Pauline V.
Clark.*
Rock Sink-Mrs. Mattle Holten.*
Mount Carmen-Miss Lena McEn-
ery.*
Sims Farm-Miss Estella Mason.
Jerusalem-Miss Anna Jackson.
Those whose names have the star
(*) placed before them are without
certificates and their appointments
have not been confirmed. They will
be required to pass the September ex-
amination before being contracted
with or allowed to commence their
schools. W. D. Cam, Supt.
Epworth league ets.
The newly elected officers of the
Epworth League of te of the M. E. church,
South, Ocala, are as follows: Presi-
dent, E. L. Ley; first vice-president
and chairman department of wor-
ship, J. P. Phillips; second vice-pres-
ident and chairman department of
charity and help, Miss Mary Hafele;
third vice-president and chairman
department of literary work, George
L. Taylor: secretary, Miss Hattie Wil-
son; treasurer, Miss Mamie Durand;
reporter, J. A. Munden.
On July 4th the league served re-
freshments all day in Mrs. Hick's va-
cant storeroom, and netted about $36,
which is to be applied toward liqui-
dating the church debt. The league
has pledged $10(0 for this year on the
debt.
The devotional servicee of the league
last Sunday evening, led by Dr. A. L.
Izlar, was very interesting, the topic
being "Patriotism and Religion."
LEAGUE REPORTER.



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; EM.ILSION would build you
Sup, increase your weight,
f strengthen your weak throat
Sand lungs and put you in con-
dition for next winter, you
, would bzgin to take it now.


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Protects orchards, gardens, cotton,
corn, tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetables
from the ravages of insects without
the use of poison or spray. Send $1.00
for sample trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVFRY
COUNTY. Address.
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman,
6-28 Ocala, Fla.
See local notice in another column.


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We learn fhm the dally newspaper an inheritance which may prove a
that Dr. Deuion, of Denver, and care throughout the endlem ages and
other eminent phyicianS throughout the civil power should not be a party


the country, are seriously considering


the advisability


ISXE XAU2S, Eter.

And peaking of cakes, ice cakes
are most tempting.
Bihop Moore, of the Catholic dio-
eesa of Florida, is critically ll.
We know angels will wear wings,
but will they wear fig leaves, too?
Florida is digging for iron and bor-
ing for oil right under her orange
tree s-Augusta Herald.
Port Lavaea, Texas, on the Gulf,
was swept off the map on July 10th
by a severe storm. A heavy kml of
lie Is feared.
Bat steep more, don't worry,
costiae moderate, drink water and
thta ger, are gold and silver
maTms fr JWly.
The luvittiM extended to Govern-
or JieMal te deliver a PForth of
July ematjon nla ew York Cty was a
.mpim. t te t stats at sorida.
Wu tag as ahForth of July
crater, Isa gust UM. The CM
-se hs bee making the oPwth at
July- M r yeam.-Atanta Jour-
SOL
FrWe stherwas left out ofthe dem-
nemet "te platform in Ohio. Now,
w suhal se it that ete goes wheop.
g for deoeam We shall mee in
Number webstber or not free diver
bhas el been the great bugaboo to

Other pubieateons besides the Flor-
a Chritlan Advocate contend there
is but emea justifying the asnal-
mint at mof iae, and it Is recorded
in Ma v: I, but that one ease Is
smA le of u mme et after mar-
ragme. gothe, eoIsaoowev r r
pumIve, a- braly, however seven
and dgrading, thUat eaajlfy separ-

The Advameme ews, etof Thm eon-
Uamse t malaM n th our s aethem
mpeSt elins the m& wteked eity in
the ldl. It es: la



-0th ei s f omef ten "aea voat V
% m temae. 1se* t m&. sad t.o
Raobe e ea e jadse& a s mtb@ m.e o a
aI m tepe ia aW so8 3 e-e. i by
Itis a a h nto agh tobeamouoe
tof a4Aedd m sI*RT e Joeoass.
b m e amae &of vice
Ympasendeke ta oeease saptobe


heemes J~ wom J




the mm e divem bill and-ls sub-
eseqosi et antm wbb the suit ofa
Mr. LH. M. Figler s a dives under
the provdons of the bll. Connect-
ieg all the cieumetances, it does look
a little lik, the jedge had been work-


to hundrse of people In Florlds who
hId sgt guest stree by lea's distin-
- isedse-S.ke Tlegraph.


"I had been a m.emr for manm year,
fw ewre--e- with an its symptom
nd e hbeatie." write Mrs. o N.
Ptaer. o 6I Lexington Ave.. New York.
N V. 'I ws coatM ly oinr to see a phy-
mcsa or prhamin g medicine. My ha-
b sd at n mdumed me to try Dr. P= 's
fOOa 0 ee. After takin one
bealde M fobnow'mu Tour advice I was .o
ewowred that I took five more bottle of4
' Fswerte P.-ription I continued tak-
lag it and felt that I was improving faster
thm at h I am act now croes andirrit-
able. a d I have a rood coloe in my face :
aaw also rained teu pounds in weight
Mnd w t ssaemd powmds f co~ir,*. for I
am a new a -man c more. and your
advice and Tou Favrite P criptinon is
the case i" It "


professionally


recommending the patting of imbe-
cile infants to death as a mercy to
those so unfortunately afflicted and as
a blessing to m-pblod in the elimina-
tion and eradication of a violent form
of disease, and a consequent Improve-
ment and elevation of the race.
At the very time these eminent
physicians are seriously considering
the advisability of making this


in forcing her to commit so great a
crime.
We feel that it is the sacred duty of
the state to throw its restraining hand
against the introduction and spread
of insanity, Idiocy and imbecility,
the same as it does against the intro-
duction and spread of smallpox, chol-
era and yellow fever.
We say to'this distinguished divine
seriously and candidly that this is the
sober dictum of the editor of the Ocala


kes~Trip utinnt






islevd ad urd bansod eibermey ofe
syte i prfct"od itiommme yeryTOW Uwryae~t ey

stemsL~emu in&*-*bgkily no Tisa s oftb
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wil wbmaintma-W" P*N .Ma


recommendation, a preacher, occupy- Banner, and he would rejoice to see it


Ing a promineLt pulpit in this state,
and standing well with the denomi-
nation to which he belongs, writes a
signed article to the Florida Christian
Advocate, in which he punctures
with sarcasm and scholarly invective
those who conscientiously believe
that "Incurable insanity" is a good
ground for divorce.
This eminent divine seems to be
Impressed with the belief that insan-
ity, even In its worst form, is not en-
tirely undesirable, and from his ar-
gument we conclude that he must be-
lieve that even the incurable varl-
ety should be no bar to matrimony
and filling the world with insane off-
spring.
For three years, he says, he was
chaplain of an asylum for the insane.
and saw while there an "incurable"
who was chief baker, and excelled in
his art.
He saw another "incurable" who
was bookkeeper: for the institution,
and was so correct an expert as to
merit the commendation of the su-
perintendent.
Still others who could discourse
most intelligently on the subject of
religion, sing with epthg*siv- and
enter into the spirit of divine service
with fervor.
Another, who some famous editor
has said was a "dangerous patient,"
who re-edited and compiled a Ger-
man grammar and dictionary of mar-
velous merit.
Her we have the wonderful state-
ments transerited to cold type and
recorded In a religles newspaper that
Insanity really makes for the improve-
ment of the race, or, at least, is not
hurtful to it.
It Intensifies one's spiritual seal,
sharpens and illmines the intellect,
ad n adpt of the artesan
and mhoAr.

ap usme gJ law Se the lmeae be

fth h meaous- that w yet to
son, u atmify that paut which Is
lsirtls an de &amy with the tldo-
lent stupid of rdinary, common-
place, everyday (except Sunday) sani-
ty.
Does this preacher want the beauti-
ful achievements of the insane which
be has discovered taught as a thesis
in our pulpits? Does he want his
statements to be accepted as genuine,
or is he merely posing as one of our
modern jokers, somewhat after the
style of Tom Sawyer?
If he is serious and keeps on follow-
ing the line he !s pursuing, his friends
will see. if he does not, the necessity
of his soon returning to the asylum of
which he speaks so flatteringly, not as
a commonplace chaplain, but as one
of the brilliant inmates.
But, speaking seriously on this sub-
ject, as we try to speak on all impor-
tant subjects, we note that Mrs. Susan
B. Anthony, one of the most brilliant
female intellects of the country, says
that "divorce is the inestimable priv.


ilege of woman."
the gives an account of the bitter
war waged against her and her folow-
ers wheu they endeavored to have
'haoitual drunkenness" made a tlegal
ground for divorce. --
The religious presw denounced the


movement in especially bitter terms.
1 Even Horace Greeley, broad mind-
ed as he was, used thr tremendous
weight of the New York Tribune's'


become a thesis in all the schools, col-
leges and pulpits throughout the land.
He does not hold himself up as a
model, nor insist that his views are
infallible, but he does believe that
the ideas above expressed would make
for the betterment of the race.
A *eed Cogh Reemedy.
Many thousands have been restored
to health and happiness by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If
If afflicted with and throat or lung
trouble, give it a trial for it is certain
to prove beneficll. Coughs that have
redeted all other treatment ifor years
have yielded to this remedy and per-
feet health has been restored. Ckoe
that seemed hopeless, that the climate
of famous health resorts failed to ben-
efit, have been permanently cured by
Its use. For sale by Anti-Monoly
Drug Store. m
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida. met
this day in regular session with the
following members present:
G. 8. Scott. chairman, B. R. Blitch
and B. I. Hull.
The minutes of the last special
meeting of June 17th. and 18th. were
read and approved.
Mr. Ferguson. a patron of the com-
munity three miles north of Fellow-
ship, appeared and stated that he had
tried to secure some one to convey the
children of his community to the Fel-
lowship school, as the Board had
asked of him at its last meeting, but
he had been unable to secure a per-
son. but with more time he would
make further efforts.
A letter was read from Mr. Robert
Stevens. asking if the Board would sell
the school house two miles west of
Martin. and formerly used as the Mar-
tin school house. The superlatend-
ent was instructed to notify Mr. Stev-
ens. that as the Board may in the fu-
ture operate the school again, It would
not dispose of the building at present.
A letter was read from Mr. Madi.
son Brinson. asking if the Board would
grant a new school between Anda-
lusia and Turner Parm schools. On
motion the request was refused.
Mr. C. C. Rawls of the Fantville
school, and Mr. J. H. Lanier of Hurri-
cane Pond school, appeared in oppo-
sition to the establishment of a school
between Pantville and Hurricane
Pond. claiming that any of the patrons
of the proposed school could get to
another school within a mile and a
half As there was no one present
to represent the school. asked to be
established, it was declared that no
school be run at the above named
place.
Permits were granted to Carl and
Mark Hollinger to send to school in
Lake county, as they were between
four and five mile. from any school
in Marion county.
A petition, signed by one-fourth of
the registered and qualified voters who
pay a tax on real or personal property
asking that an election be called to
create a special tax district to include
the south half of township 14. range
22. and to be known as the Griner
Farm special tax school district. Af-
ter ascertaining that the petition had
been published for four successive
weeks according to law. the election
was called to be held on Saturday. Au
gust 3. 1901. and the superintendent in
structed to make all proper publica-
tions and notices of election.
Treasurer's report was examined.
found correct and approved as follows-


Balance in treasury from last re-
port. 1 cent.
Received from:
Redemption of lands.....$ 86.45
S. F. & W. R. R. Co..... 278.50
Florida Southern R. R.... 1.554.53
S. S. 0. & G. R. R...... 756.55
St. Johns & Lake Eustis
R. R .............. 22.30
S. A. L. R. R. Co. ........ 1.701.S1
W. U. Telegraph Co. ... 20.37
Inter-Ocean Tel. Co...... 45.46
McIntosh special district.
money refunded .. 27.94
Belleriew special district.
money refunded ... 21l.59
Fantville special district.
woney refunded .. 9.4.# ,
McIntosh special district.
money refunded .. 61.:'
E. P. Thagard. county
levy of ...... 1.321.
E. P. Thagard. pol!s of
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READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC



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BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,
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FINEZ WINE. W IO-KI sand BKAX2hr&
My .0o Rye or Bourbon at ... --$1 My ooi G ... ... .
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y aoo G inat .... .......... .. .. .. ..
50 -*-.. ....... ..... .... My .oo e Ea .
The Ju* atid Keg Trade Made a Special FMtue
In sending you: orde-. alwa send t e h ..
en*. "b..o -coverthe ecesto14- p.. a& gl-en 1W i
I ell more whiskev and better whiske-y than a--e i rda. becg,
ef, goods and full measure yee I v eed.s
4 trial order wilt convince you that we are the lee Term* cash with th. eel,,.
YoUT-O anxious to Taca C. J*F.-EDW ARD @.


Total receipts. ..... ...... .. -1.IS
Warrants pail :rine month. 3.11.',


Balance In #--a,;irv ..... 24-.1
P4'-Vort s anfi a-'cou~ntzs anlou~nt~g to
werewee .examined. !o-and eOTrr-'-t
o'nd ordered pald 'iy waryrants on i zb


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Reliable GarOen'. ADAPTED FO SoUl
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Kr*drirk vimSawsle Strewl.
44kto-I K giImmb.. i m
wo 1t tt a 1.Mism
(Onew- lake-J. I.yles.
('NIW "4III-Mit Annie Clark
01"milm~g`m Misa pFtnie Carlton
Mfet kl- Mt LUta Voau
a t Haill eryT Hall.
iM iMtes arria ig mon
t'Ctral ('has. I Kagey Mimas N,

KI-aiu-- Miss C harlot. P'arnlbach
Fretvall- To be supplied.
nrums- Jobs MN Graham
HMTrrW Pad- M Mrs. M A. Ross.
m6l1iP--W Weslev Amith Mrs

I'4~01m PisM -MiN IAllian Farris.
mae- Mts.s Uale A Turne.v
IlA --Miss Roby Bramw-ll
loimle-I-Mis Carri Holly
11"W e old--Miss Jani Polks
ark Pi-d-J. I.. Grmhatlm.
t vlbm--W H Russell.
h3 prtwiw- Mim Cora Rosp.
P'Is iLavel--Miss louise V. Hane.
l1,4"xllue J Williams.
4* hvw- Mis Clara Simpson.
S"aitM Miss Jea te G Turne.
FMeIsi.-%-- P W. Green. Mrs. P. W

kmsmrgn1id- NMi Rutlv Thomas.
Iwrem Mtis May Pasteur. Miss Mat
'*. Pathrur
'art Ke- -Miss Ela Sehelder.
Sbarte tOak- Mrs. Maggie Hallt.
W.-r Parki- Lucis Farhmer.
1adlerir Mi-a Blachbe N. Hallt.
IWfrsal.- Mlm- Eva Pemberton.
Mayrl-M Miss Viola Nixom.
I *lde Mal-MlsEl Blodgett.
uPM 1 Ila--J 1. Geiger.
lba Lake-Rh-i ard Ertin.
sisa--Ns Je- e Payge.
lake bryMnt-Pfry Roberts.
iraama 3.-("arece Warmock.
dims Mom--MNs Masle@ Taylor
Key PdI.--Mts Amaie MIxon.
SCrve-Mits Georgia Mc

Cl"hwb-NisM. Jamet Priest.
IW1Mam-MVs. isoema Sms.i
Lake Kerr-Mtis Harriette Simp

(Emr Parm--Miss Mattle IlyAe.
Aatwm--J 0 mder. Miss eSusi
MtISHI Msm Jomie Mcauire.
mrr--Mft Julia Ctbill.
('tra- Pricpal to be supplied: J.
SMhme assiatat
tmluloia-Mlss susie M. Gate"s.
Orewr -ud- lParter Pillaas.
Part MUcC--W I.. Colbert.
StlwM41- Mlss Belle Milliga
Marshvillh-Mis taisy Millilgan.
wrka -Mi- Ida Payee
Mill Crv-k Miss Anna Wells
Say lake-- ims Mattle Eminitsor.
4rauaw prig--J. H. Brinason.
Trmnetr Fam--MIs Pannie Beal.
I 4ia Lake Ml-m Anat. Boring.
Some. Miss Maggi. Tompkins.
The I of rolored teacher tis not
-.4 ready>
Fer mfetciaip. lal Di Seard
The teat lisatture passed a bill gir-
tag to each acetty a free scholarablp
t. the IoMae NMrmal Conllge at DeFu-
-1 i I rImw. ia.
T lowilg to takes from section
f said blI "TlMt the county su-
w-rtleufemt and s-bool board of each
,**mty b required to select by roe-*
prtmtve Se-awittise, before' the Irst
4ap of AuuSt. 191. a young mana or
a yeng wu ma between the ages of
Ia and 25. who proposes to make
t~ealag a profe lon. and suh'b person
b- re04,iw the sum of $1..S0 for
hue and other Pepesses for each of
the ult mutsb heI or she may attend

The ashre meetllomed scholarship is
eamd ar wm yvers amad is a golden op-
getumtty for some- young ma or wo-

Sy ltstaries from the State
gagrd of ieratlm. the examination
fer this rhotarship will he held on
TMu ay July 2. 191.
It will be held In the county super-
aiaredruts oie'. o-mmen n,'lte'k a i.
Appi-aats will be examined in all
.minds required hby law for a third
artee tearhe r < certiacate. except ped.
alml Respectfully.
W I) Cam. Supt.

WIATh AID OHl". ('ITV fe L ToLiN. ),
IA'1 AS Cof'TV. .
FILA AK J. ("trNExv make .ltb that


he is Owemlobw partner of the Anirsuof
F. J. (uaNXOi: &a b., dogug busm" usIn
the m'iy 4of aedo.,county and state
allidanWndmWid Arm will pay the
sum .at(S4E HUNDRED DOLLARS~
fey awbmWbagdevery came of (bta rib
that rennsi stw nAred toy the urn tot
H AIJ *44C4 IAautH CVKI:.

ru~wuruits, imfwe m aeand subscribed
,a my g1wromuv. ,thi, eulu day aofIDe-
wbsim. A. .I) **A.

ma.A. 4i1. 4E*jlI> N.
~' S Nnary I'utol ie.
Hall's e'nlrrb (Cure' #a taken inter.
vmyalysaid so-to dirre'tly 4set the Wloe4
and weeu ostfar"em41.1 the ey-tells.
fU4& 4- seMi Ssniala. t ree'.
V. 1 J*K%*HENI'b A (14 1..Tosled. 4E
Mr P%44 by DrUM40%.-Sc.

1'be're itso. murb diffreuu.'. Ietuern
the FlewIndsa md (Jetaria Iwseeba"'
tfqwto '.boWeirs I too- Flame ida and 1 ('al-
I-woos tea wnt. Plesid s e~e'ls in her
fruit 1-r'ndu.-to. The) are- the jtaiii.-it-t
&amd osweetru foilrs0tlu.


walstvvi A "sl'.'wewauu tnt VI..orlua.
V meetin- aill. t46 fursilsolal II*..wui .4.4u-1
%*)ae~mv tleasv age ILIWIrive.ue III

I. 0- oo. s u ac 1A t w o --,fri's.. E i ri tint- .

I 'aekry I brug e 44,Iistold. T.vnn 7.- 4t

%gwakiuis #of 14atito. allae *plant in
"..It-r bthana jgreeah.'-e this lIto-
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NOT )TICE.
Ns ICt I REBM Y GIVING THAT THU FOLLOWING D1ECEIoRD LANDS WILL BB
at publtc etim onm
XlOmMy, the Fifthi Day Of orAmg A. D. 11.
at Ccala. Plorida. in the cosutv of Marion, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the
amounl due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertis-
tlug


DESCRIPTION OF LAND


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Acres.

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52w


JH Collin- ...... .4 acres bounded n by Electric street a by.
%- lMain street. w by Spring street e by
Seminars street Orange sipringa............ 4 f I -
J H Colli .............. all of bik 2 r 4 e of5Spring street and s of
I Main street Orange Springs......... ... 4 1
J H oll'i .................... 4 acres bounded nbvKelby street w by J
f s Monroe a by Dell street Orange Springs 4 i 4
H o i.......... ........ e ofne .............. ... .......... 36 sa3 2, N
S Colli ...... .. ..... .. s ofnw .................... ....... 29 1 24 so s
H Colln.......... .......... e ofne and swqt of net and w% of
i Ie' of nw1 of te5 and e'4 of n e of
4ey and s12 of se% ex 2 acres in a square
in sw cor of se3 of se ...... 30,11 24 22 6 3
J I Collins ...... .... ... ................ sw'i of nel and seX of se3 and se% of I
swg and ne' of se' less e o% acres in
sw cor and 2 acres in nw cor to W H But
ler and nw% of sey less 5 acres to Miss
A S Bonham ........ ........................ 3a11 24 I2 6-
J H Collin- ..... nww andun' ofsw mand u% of ne% and
w ; of se1 and 8 acres in a sq form in une
i corof swt ofswli........... ............... 32! i 24 40S 7 47
Nancy Peteron ... ......... coam at a pt 25 chs w of ne cor.................. 312 20
then:es tchs wS -3chsa 2chse 8i-3 (
chs ............. ..... .. .. ................ 10o 2 4)
Harriet Davis ....c......c..... ...... con at a pt z2 .-* chs s of nw cor..- 3 12 70
tfence u 4.48 chs e 4.54 chs to branch sw
with branch to p o b..... ......... ...... 3
Paid corn at apt xo.o2 chs woft necor of sw% 15!12
thence w io.oz chs s 26 94chs e 10 02 chs
Sn 264 chs .... ............ ............... 2- 2 -7
SL Iaynes ... .......... ..... lot 29 sub of sec 230of Arredonda grant 23 12 20 10 2 4
L, LHayens .......................lot 5 sub of sec 23 of Arredonda grant...... 23,12 2 1o
SMr- M V Dupuis .................... corn at ne cor of lot 2 fractional U S gov 1
survey ....... .......................... at t2 a20
thence s 16 o chs s 85 deg 35 min w 19.38
chs un ISchs e 19.25 chsto ob 3 I 19
STL Cooper.... lot 4 and 11.44 acreson w side of lot 3 fractl -
US g:vurvey ......... .............. 24 2 5 3 4
Humphrey Christopher ........... com at se cor of unw .................... 25 12 20
thence w 5.4o chs n 13.1 chs e 2.23 chs s
3.16chse3.17chss0o chs ............... 6. t 2 40
SRandall Walker ...... ......... comn at se corof nw of nw ...... ............ 25 12a
thence n 3. 16 chs w t5 So chs s 3.6 chs w
4a 2ochs s 7 chs 2 aocbs n7chs .................. I's 2 40
TLCooper ...........................c at wcoof.......................... 5 1220
thence a t3 66 chs e 3.67 chs n 3.6 chs e,
6 33 chs na o 52 chs w 2o chs : 25 35 2 40
BPVaugba .......... n of nw ... ........ a612 20 o80 31t
MrsSeptaial ......... ............. n of swX of sw% and se1 of swr of sw (6 a 30 213
E Ragsdale ....... .............. eofef f *se3 of seex 250. chs e and 3
w by 8 chs and sain sw cor.......... 28 za 8 109
*'MrsSeap all ... se1 ofse o ofse ........ 27 12 20 10 79
jobsy ... ... e% ......................... 321 20, a 6o 633
. saacmMicim ......................... se of ne~ oftse ;34 1220' o 1 46
Grant Mtcke1s .............. ne of nej of se ...... ............ 34 1220' io i So
Willis W Mackias ............ .... com at ae caorof nw% of nejf...... ...... 34 12 20
tbhecew 3.66chs n 3,16cbse 32 links na
5.73 chs e 13.34 chs s S. qochs top o b...... 12 3 o7
Danie Howell .............. ..nw ofse% ex oyds e aad w by 4o yds n
and sin necor..................... ..............13a 3o 4-11
Miss A L Lewis ........................ e 1-3 of e .............. 35122 o 4 15
MissALLewis ............ w 1- of wi...... ....... 3612 0 106 4 15
W W W Moon 420 ft e and w by 1037 ft n sad s in sw cor"3
ofe 2-3 of w.4 ..... 36 12 a 10 2I 43
M -teman............... ... lots 3 and 4 blk 45 McIntosh. m 6adan 7 d1za 21 725
Mrs Ditlhe bmaks ..................... lots i 234 5and 6 of blk 21 McIntosh..."..
........ o.. ... o..............sees t6 and 17 2 21 i 53
H Prce.... .. .... ............. lots 55 and 5 subdivision of .. ..... 117 12a a21 o 3 37
Bertha I Walker.'.... ..'.. s. of se0a....................... .... ......-46z 21 o 247
M W Piinipa .. w4 ofnwj ofse% or w% o9 lot 7 and se'6
of sw% ..... ..................... 26 12 21 6o 2 .6
RIt H Walker .-.. ....... .. e'ofn.w!ofse% ore'of lot W 7 and sw:
ofsw or lot 12 ....................... 26 12 2 6c 2 26
RH Walker ..... ... lot 3... ............. .. 271221 63
T B Warren ........ ........ cow at se cor of Thomas Clark grant a I 21
thence n 40 deg I6 sin e 58.57 chs 40:
deg 30 min e 2h. IS chs to sw cot .f said;
land thence s 4o deg 30o min e 4.82 chs n!
o deg 16 min e 76.4o chs n 4o deg 3o min!
S5 c s 49deg 26 min w to po b varia-
Stion a2 deg42 mmn e ............... .............13.;
Laura de Gattreau...... ........ i 59chs n and s by 4 95 chse nd w in se!
Scor...... .. 28 1ta21 2 4 11
tana B Hopkins ... .. ....... ......... com at a pt 645 chs w of se cor ...........12 21
thence w I3 26 chs n 16.59 chs e 13.-6 chsi
S 16 9chs..... ....... 22 12 bi
It H Walker ...................... e..... ; of uel and ne1j of swk3 and sw% of
eet k. ...... ..... 34 t12 21 i6o 6 13
e-tha I Walker ................. w ofne and nek of se3 and sey of I
Pw% ............... se............;34 12a 13o 5 11
M W Phillps ... .......................... w'ofsw% and nwX of seX...... ..... 34122 120 o 448
Rt I Walker ................................. 'unw, of ne% and nw% of seX and sej of
se ............. ........... .. 351221 120o 4 71
Bertha I Walker .................. se of ne' and ne ofse and sw of
Sse% ...................... 35 1221 12o 4 7
M W Phillips............................... Iae% ofne% and sw% of ne..................35 it 2 so 3 14
M W Phillp .................. sw'2 of sw%.......................... .. ............ 36 1221 40 1 o0
Re WDkes ........lots 22 234 and 42 Borland's sub of w of
nei of sw% .... ......... 331222 %0 2 10
H Collins ............................l....ots 7 and ... .....-- 5 12 4 5 2 47
SHCollins -n of ne........ ........... ...... ..... 612.14 i o
ak own ...... .................... .w% ............... .................. ........ .. t3 i6o 5 49-
N Edwards .. sw of sei..... ........................ .......... 15 13 20 40o 8o
Liie H. Annaieand McMahan ne% of sw% ex 1.25 chs e and w on w side. x6 13 20 37.50 o 59
LillheH. Annie ad McMahan n 3-4 of a% of ne ..... ...................... 2113 20 so 2 10
Resty prinkle .. sof sw'* ofnuwX.................. ......... 53 20 2 13
tely Spriakle ........... e% of se .................... 6 1320o So 549
Mr VDeMere .............................. n' of ne of se% of nw% and sli of sw%';
ex za ofse% ot se% of swj. 27 13 s0 So a 93
Mrs V DeMere Unwti of une..................... ........... 33 13 20 39 02 2 13
Bertha I Walker ..................nw o nw .....-- ........... 1321 40 146
M W Phillips .............. ... sw of w%........................ ................. 1 1321a 40 1 46
R H Walker ......- :uwq of sw%................... .... ..... 11321 40 :46
R H Wa:ker ............................ ne ot ne% and ne~ ofnwU and anw' of
I se and nw% of sw -..... ....... ......- 21321 6o 47
Bertha I Walkerr...... .nw% of ne% and ne% of sw% and uw% ol .
I nw% and nea of se3j................ a 21321 a 6o 4 78
M W rhuilhlps ...... .................. n.-. ...... 0 2 .. ..... .................. 2 13 21 i6o 4 48
PHI Hll....... ............. ...........con at a pt 15.34 chs wofnecor of se'. oa
S ........ .............................. ...... 13321
thence w S.ia6chs a 2o chs e 9.84 chs n zol
chsehsto32ch ao po b ..chstopob ...... 370
R H Walker ..... ........... ........ unw! of nw% andneV of nej and n 34 of
sw% of ane'................................... 3 13 a1 110 4 4
WPhillips ....................... se14ot ne% ands 3-4ofe,; of nw 31311 100 3 '
Bertha I walker ....... w of ne % and ne of se3 and sw' of I
I nw' ex to links n and s on side of sw,
of nw ........ ........ ......... ...... 131 321 n; oS
G Rinuman .... ......... ...corn at apt 5chse of nw cor of sw't ......... 6 3 21
I thence s 2o chs w 15 chs n 2o chs e 15 chs :
1 to.... .. ............. |. 3o 6 o9)
r'nknown ................ ...Icom at a pt 20 ft n of apt 8.9,. chs wof se
corofnw% .............................. 6 3 at2
thence n 5.56 chs wS 96! chs s 5:56 chs e
,.95S chsto p o b. ................. .......... 5 2 2o
Mi', A LLewis ................... com at a pt 23.70 chs s of nw cor........ 632at
thence s 6.q5 chs e 5 chs n 3.18 chse 17 S3
chs n 2.68 chse 17.97 chs n o10.33 chs w
4o.2ochstopo b .... ...... ......... ... 47 5:. ft
GO RIinman .................. nw' of ne% of ne ............... 7 3 s o
(GeoSheltoo ............................. corn at a pt 358 ft e of nw cor of nel of
sw .......... .................... 9 13 2
thence e 42o ft s io ft w 42o ft n 210o ft to
pob .. ....... ......... ... ... 2 2 o02
RC Douglass ...... ....... n- of se1 ......... ..... .............. 12 13 21 MA .i 2 13
RC Do-la-, .. .. ............... ot sc t for 1899 .............. ..... ............... 121 3 1at t t 2 13
R C Douglass ... .......... ........... nu ofse' for 189 ..... ......... ................. 12 13 .61 2 13
Mi ALLewi. ................. ne, of sw andsww of se% .............. 14 13 21 o 3 14
W D Bobbitt ..... ......... lots 2 and 3 blk I Benedict Heights ..... 13 at21
ex 55 yds e and w by :76yds a and s in ne
cor of lot3 ....................... i 7
Anna B Hopk'n' ................-. corn at sw cor of Stephen Fernandez grant 13 21
thence s 44 deg 4 min e 21.37 chs n .;.
deg 3o mine 5.6o chs a 44 deg 46 min w -
;4 50 chs to w bdy of said grant thence s
: deg 3o m'n w t.7. :hstopo b ............... I, it -
Mrs Cliude H Wright ... ......... com at a pt 2' 32 chs s 65 deg 30o min w
front aw cor of Stephen 'Fernandez


grant ... ............................... 13 21
thence -a 4 deg 30 min e 37.46 chs s 45 deg
30 mmn w ;2.32 chs n r4 deg 30 min w iu.59
chs un .9 deg 30 min e49 iSchs topo b..... 13', 35' ; 3.5
MT- Claude H Wrhlt.t ........... com at a pt 5^-4 chs n 25 deg 3o min e from.
s. cor of Stephen Fernandez grant......... 13 21
thence n 25deg 30 min e 2260 chs s 44
deg 45 min e 12. o chss 25 deg 30 min w
22o 0 chs n 44 deg 45 min w 12.-o chs to p
o0 b .................... 25-5 3 7
S I. ........ .... ... nw ofn ...... ..........24 13 21 4 i '
t,,r -:,,aw ........ ... ......... com at a pt 15 chs sot necor of nw'. 26 13 21
thence w 4 chs n i.40 chsw rI ch s 370
chs w i.83 chs so.;4 chs w 3.17 chs 93
chse 739chs*4 23 chs e 1261 chs n I'.o
chs to o b ... ....................... 3 3 o
Cha- liuk ....... ......... sw ', of nw ..... ......... ... .. 30 13 21 4o 0 : .
.rtr luk. ... .... ......... se'. ofnw .................. ..... .... .. 30 13 21 4' 3 1
E Mr. Halt ......... se ex -.,07 chs .q in nw cor of net' of se'l
anid :I2.73 ch. n and son n side sf nw/'4
of se' .......... .............. .. ................ '23 13 22 I 3 57
k C .. .. ... t lot 2 of blk ?Sparr ......... Secs 21 and 28 13 22 2 :
;.i, W t.ran'ham .... .. lot 4 and z5 e-.s 12 0 acres in nw cor and
4 acres to church and school .................. 71323 "2.V 4
I T H al: ..... ............. .. lot 27 ............................. ...... ...... 7 13 23 : 2 ,
% M*.-4>,,tA. ...... e ofsw and-e't ofnw' ................ 2 13 2. 120 1 2 4


S(.Tantham ... .. cornm at a pt 7.' yd.o Of ne cor of se .......... 15 13 21.
thence w 20o yds 5 230 yds t' 210 yds n 230
yd.- to p o b .......... ......... ...............
M I. Mcua:I .. mat a pt 3 i chs e ofsw cor of net' of
:V ................. ......... ............... 13 -!4
thice e ; i chs n .; it cbs w 3;.- ch -
;. o chs to o b ..... ..........................
t nkn.i ....... ...... c outfe ot lot3 .........................-- 9 13 24
T N \ e11-. t ..... .. ......... .. w oflot 2 and n ..... .....................; 5 13 24
S h t .. .... nw ', ut n ...... ..... ....... ...... ...... 1: 24
M '- -* I ) uni..ig .... n t-: f w n w ................ ...... .................... 29 13 24
I ai EI: H a.tfn ttt lot% : i, llk Kerr City ........................... to 13 25
! uc F" liaisltn -t f .. ... that part of lot e of Pine street and of
Michigan avenue and that part of lot 12
c of linte street Kerr City........................ to 13 2;


W D Dawkins ............................ lot und 1-3 int blk 49 o0 Orala i
Unknown ......... ...... ..... .lot und :-3 int blk 49o s Ocala............ 364
Wr Lumpkin ......................... of lot i blk q9 n s s Ocala ........ ............' 84
.Sallie High ........ .... ....... s9 of lot 2 bik 19 n ss On -la .......... 245
John W ukes............................ n% of lot 3 bWk j9 n ssOcala ............. .. ... 8 4
Unknown ............... ......... s of lot 4 blk 19 n s s Os la .... 44
N M Allred ct al .................... hotel blk blk I n s n Ocala....................... 3037
N M Allred et al .. ..................... hotel blk blk i for 18990 s Ocala ......... 37
Unknown ......................... all of ex 130 ft n and s by 112 ft e and w in
ne cor of blk B Dunn's central ad Ocala... 6 74
C W Willard ............ ... .. ...... 139 ft e and w by ta ft n and a in se cor.
of lot s Caldwell's ad Ocala................... 35
Mr, P McIntyre ..... ....... w% of !ot 82 Caldwell's ad Ocala................ 2 49
Mis Mattie Dunn .............. all of lot L6 Caldwell's ad Ocala....... ...... 44
C M Livingston ........ .. e ex 6o t n auds on n side of lot 23 Cald-
well's ad Ocala ............5...... ....... 5 74
W K Zewadski.......................... 7o ft e and w by 140 ftn and s in nw cor of
lot 29 Caldwell's ad Ocal- :4 72
R F Lindsay............................. ... w of w of lot 0.o Caldwell's ad Ocala... 4 44
H Livingston Jr .................. to5 it sq in ne cor of w% of lot 31 Cald-
well'3 ad Ocala..... ................. 10o 73
SH Livingston Sr .............. e_' of lot 31 Caldwell's ad Ocala 30 37
Mrs Rebecca Davis ............ corn at a pt o ft w ofsw cor of lot 4o Cald-
well's ad Ocala thence w 75 ft n 2a1 ft e
)5 ft s 231 ft to p o b 34
t nkn-wn ............................ corn at sw cor of lot 42 Caldwell'sad Ocala *
thence n it fte no ft n So t e65 t s 231t
ft w 15 ft top ob............. .............. 4105
Unknown .............. .......... com at nw cor of lot 43 Caldwell's ad Ocala,
thence e 114'2 ft S 151 ft I 4 ft s 82 ft w
229 ft n 233 t to p o b......... ............ Is o03
Cha- W Torry.....................w........ w% ex 15o I, e and w by 87 2-3 ftn and s in!
nw cor of lot 46 Caldwell's ad Ocala...._...! 2 66
Marv K Orr ........... ................... lots i and 2 Reardon's middletown lots
Caldwell's ad Ocala.................. .... 20 7
MrI. Annme F Teague est of wt' of lot ;2 Caldweil s ad Ocala ............. 4o
John Kenyon ................. lot H Buffum's subof lot 55 and e% of
lot 52 Ca!dwell's ad Orala 7 74
F W Jackson................ ...... lots 3 and 6 of blk I T M Rickard's sub of
W N Jackson :ands Calkwell's ad Ocala a2 75
Mrs E N Green ............ ... lot N Caldwcll's ub of sw part of Alvarez *
grant....................................................... 2221 10 3067
Mr- Kate Orr ......... ..... lot P Caldwell's sub of sw part of Alvarez l
grant ......... ................ .. 221 '-.''3 4 74
J F Craw for(................................. con at nw cor ot lot 29 Smith and Dough-
erty s ad to Ocala thence e too ft s 125 ft
Sw ooft n 12t topob ......... ..... 704
CNM 1..vi::.{-ton ...... ...... w of lot a Dunn's nw adto Ocala............... 4
M NT I.vington ................ all of lot 7 Dunn's nw ad to Ocala.......... 245
W" T arv ..... ..... .... al of ex ip ft u and s by 2323-io it e and w
in nw cor h;k .; .cott's survey Ocala-... 2 75
.7r- Rebecca Davi-.... all of lot 14 Gary s ad to Ocala............ 43
ST ay .................... .. e;t and -w!, ct lot f and lot 92 and com at
nw cor of !ot -6 Gary's ad to Ocala'
thence Q 2-; ft e 6,o ft n ftn w o ft n
i;'- ft w ftto pob b .............4....... i 734
ST Garyv ........................ lot-s 13' i and 14c Gary'sad toOcala. 24
W Duk- ........................... 1-3 of bk 9 or b!k Y Allred's ad to Ocala. 7'15s 22 1 29
SHermberger ...................... lot blk i;r West End Ucala .................. 6


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Mrs AmeliaC Scarborough ..... ... cum at pt 163 iC 3 yda w of ne cor of oaw%,z7 14 a
thence w 117;yds s:oyds e t7ydsn ax o
yds top o b...... ...... .. S 1.....39
Mrs Amelia Z Scarbotongh .... 4 chs e and wby 7 45chsand sin se cor
of nw1 of nw ............. a7 14 a' 10.43 i sq
C Brinon .............. ...... tlat part of na of lot 12on e side of s"nd.-
land branch ................... ....... 12 14 23 15 1 2 4
John D Allison......... .......... e'0 of lot 4 of blk 5 Paradise 32 1423 5 2 1
Mrs W ebster.............. .......... ne% of nw' ....... ....... ..... ................ 4 14 23 40 i So
H MNI Morrs ........................... 15 chs e and w by c chs n and s in ne cor,
of lot 9 ..................................... 8 14 24 :5 1 42
unknown ...... ................. lot 19 sub of ne'! ............................--2S 14 24 5 63
Miss Mary McAlpin................... lot 2o sub of neN........... 2 1424 5 79
Unknown ............... ...... lot 21 sub of ne'/ ............ ... 28 14 24 5 63
Hugh Stanaland.................... sw and s 2 of se, and ney of nw%...... 33 1424 2.So 5 15
NH Trowell ... ...... ............. se% of se; ........2. : 14 40 46
C C Long.................................... 13 1-3 yds n hands by 34S 2 3 yds Candw iln
Snecor of sw ....... :26 14 20 o i o
Patrick smith est of ................ n -zof ne4 .............. ....... ......... 14 26 O a 213
R Long Sr ..............................s of nee aud e% ot nw3, ex 23oyds e andl
w by 220 yds n and s in sw cor of s% of!
ne% and acres to church and school....i27 t4 26 147 5 oS
Joseph A Mvjkham ...... n',31of swq and sM of ne of sw%......... :4 15 IS
-- e of se'/ ........................ 1 5 IS 140o 4 5
Unknown .... e of sw/, ....................... .. ....... .. 5 4IS 4 3 a
Phillis Large...... ..... ............... e' of e,. ex com at a t 418 t s of nw cor 11519
thence e 41S ft n 209 te 243 ft s 1o4% ft e
450 ft s4oo ft topob ...................... 51.58 44
GeoO Turner .......... swof nwl ofnw% and n?. of nw% of1
nw 3 ...................... ..... ......... ............ 13 15 19 30 1 42
Unknown .... ...... .............. nw% ....................... ....... ..: 6 15 19 61.06 4 43
Harris Blackman .. .................. sw% of nw and nS of se% of nw%' and 1
se% of seg of nw% ...... -. 8 520 -o 70 411
H Blackman also Susan Robinson s% of sw% of seVi of nw ......... .. 8 15 20 5 9
Harris Blackman ......... ....... n% ofsw of se' 4 of nw1....................... 8 i 5 20 5
Minnie E Brooks ...... ... ... e ofse of s and nw of se. ....... 8 15 60 i6o6
Unknown .... ........ se of ne 1o 5320o 40 iSo
C C Barco ....................................n........ 20 15 o 40 3
Unknown .. .......................... w! of ne% ............i2 15 20 -9.33 46
Unknown ........... ...... sw of ne .. ....... 1 2 413
Henry Adams ........................... e~of nw' ex632chs q in sw co............. 915 21 7 a -
Mrs Iczora A Brass ......... .. nofse of se of e4 13.... 15 2 5 a
J D McDuffy.............................. s* of neg ex lots to so incl of blk 20.
I West End Ocala... 14 15 21 74 67 4 11
Unknown ...... ... ........... 21o ft sq nw cor ... 7 15 22 i 63
W T Gary ................ ............ 24.95 chs n and bvy ochs e and w io ne
cor ofseg of Alvarez grant.................... 15 22 49 90; 327
W T Gary ..................... ........ cor at a t 30o chbs w of se cor of Alvarez:
grant ............. ..........1.........3. 5 22
thence n 2497 chs w so chs s 24.97 chase 10o
ch top b................................. 24.97 2a o
W T (.aryv ............. ........ com ata t 40 chs w of se cor of Alvarez
grant ..................... 12
thence n 139 t w g96o fst s 39o ft eg ftto
pob 294.40 387
W T Gary ...............sw of ne% and ne of nwX...................s a 1522 So 47
L Rifenberg ............................ corn t a ptts 5 chs aand 3ochs w of ne cor
Sof Sanchez grant.. ................... 1522
thences 6 c wachsn 6cse ao c to
po b -.. .......... 471
Lillie O Booher ........................ om at apt21 chs sand 3ochs w ofne cor
I of anhe grant ........ 1523
thence 4eh wa2ocbs n 4 chs e 2o chs to ,
p o b .... ................ .. ................ 4 71
H Howard swg of n 1.1......... 12s 123 4o a29
TGary ............................... of ..................... ........sw o.. a.. ,a .23 4o 129
W T Gary................. ........ se ande ot e%..... a6a3 o 5 49
W T Gary.................. ... ne of se%.. .......... ................ ... 23 39.9 t1S
Hester A Cribbl .............. ........... i acre in se cor.............. .. ............ 8 1524 1 63
Hester A Cribbs ......... ........ s% of swg ez 5 acres in aw cor for church 9,15124 775 2
L Marlow ....................... e of ..............e ofse .........101524 40.0-.3
John W Holly ...... ................. e% ofswk and nw3 of se% ex 175 yds e
and w on e side of *wl, of se'................. 14 1524 IC4.1, 311
Hester A Cribbs ......................... nw of nw ......................................... .......... 16 15 4
neX of ne%..................... .............. t61524 9o 24
Allen B Fort ........... ..... w of se ............. .... .............. .. 20,524 40 14
Geo Mackay ............................... that part of ne% of swX e of Blue Springs
run........................... 16 o 10 6
F J Titcomb & T W Hood trustees lot 365 Duunellon ...... ......... ...... 35161
Mrs Alice Griggsp lots 559 and 56o0uanellon .............. 6 iS 12
T L Wilson ......... lot 1312 Dunnellon.... .... 35 16 3
Unknown ......... ..........-co at apt on Blue Springrn n 25o ft n of a:
street 60 ft wide running e and w dird- : i
ing equally the e% of swy......... ...'18 16 19
thence n aoo ft w towreet of S S O & G
SRftsiooftetopob ..................... 501t
Unknown ......................... ae% ot ne% and ae of seY% ...... ....... i1619 r T 4
Unknown ......... ..... ...... sw% of sw ..... ............ ................. 6 19 40
Geo N Dorr .. .......... ....se ... .......................... 25169 6o 6
I. L Akins ...... ............. -14 of nwj and .sw% of nw ... ....... 311z620 o 42
Mrs C T Culverhouse ............sw ........ .................. .!32:1620 3 8
Mrs C T Culverhouse ................. sw% of se.... ................... t216 0 4o 2
C Hornberger ........... .... ....uofnw of nw .............................. 4 -162 19.42 l 12
Geo H or ............. ....... lots 7 and 13 Brown and Dial's sub of C de ;
Jesus Hijuelas grant tps .... .1 i and t6 22 40 4 11
Mrs Anna R Ricdardson ............... of n % of lot a sub of G S Brown place C
r "de JesusHijuelos grant ....... tps 15 and 16 z2 25 411
W T Gary .. ......................... 4sw of e ................... ...... ........ .:21 1622 40 1 9
C G Nix .. ... ............ .. w % of se .. ... 21622 3 S
Joseph Lucius ................... e of sw% and nwX of sw} ...... .. .. a6,122 i 45
LUnknown ............................. n% of se% and sw% of se% andseYofsw%: 8a:8,24 160 314
Mrs Fannie Morrison ........ w of e and se of sw, less a of an
ac ............. .............. ..... ...... t4!i17,1i9 79 .- 43
Unknown ......... ............. se ofse% andu of e%........ ......... 30
ARBrooks e%of se% and nw fse .. ...... 77120 1o 3 1
Geo W Turner........................ nw of nwM ol sw%.................9..... 9 o, 10 1 o
Geo 0 Turner ..... sw3 of seC ...... ..... 17'17i20; 4) s a1
SWLayton .................wofnw of seXandae ofnwIo!a5i i
and se% of uwX oft ue ............. 171720' 40 76
Mrs Lozora A Brass ......... s' of neX and neg of se% and ne of! i
,.nwX ol seY .................... 7 l712 1 663
W Layton ................. ......w.............sw.................. ;81721o 40 1 2 0
Geo O Turaer ......... a% of ne................................... Iso7 20o o.i5 97
W t Milam ............... ae of ne% ................. ...... .................. 1 o 40 10 a
W HJohnson lots 45and 4- of lot13EI an'ssubofe of 4
; se ......... ............................. .11317122 27 60 a 76
Joe R Davis ...... '/ of seg ........ .... .... ..... 25 1722 So 2 13
W H Johnson .................................ofse of s of e .............. ........ *-4171 2 5
L B Branch ... ....... f ................ 241722
e% of ne% ............. 25.1722 120 6 o
Archibald and Richardson ....... in sw cor of lot9.................................. a122723
ex corn 4 9 chs w of ae cot oflot 9 s.. Ia '7;23
'thence n 34 degw a12.83 chs s 54 deg 35 ,
; mm w 7chs t dege 6 5cacse3 c-.... 8 30o
Clarence E Taylor ............... co at a pt5 links w of ne cor of lot .... 723
Sthence w3 4 5-a chs za chbs e 3.49 512 a
chsn 1achs to pob........................... I 4.17 525
Mary E Norwood ............. co at a pti 2ochsn of ae or of lot 2 ........25sl723 7
thence w s ta chs n 4 5o ochs e .a chs ; i s
4.50 chs to pob ..... ....... 8 7
MaryENorwood ................ e% of e% of s% o lot 3...... 251723! ,oi s
Unknown ... ..................... 3 8 roads e and w by56rojs a nds im aw .'
cor ofse' .. .............. 017 23 t 45
LB Jlranch.......... .. ...... n% of sw%........ ............................... .. ,o t7 a; So 4 4
L'nknown .............. .... lots 1 and 161 Weir Park... ...........-.: 4 07 74 .5o
WT Gary..........v......... s% of lot i................. 517!54 A9771 9$
r Annie C Forcee ..................cn at a pt 22.76 chs n of apt &A eab f i
sw cor ......... ................... ..i 617.4 a
thenccsz8deg.3oarine o o istoJs ake i -
Weir n 54 deg e 4 chMa -aa e 42eae "..a I
29 deg 3o min w 964 cbs a dg ehl"e *
top o b.... ............ 9 74 699
Unknown ................ lots 2 and 3 ot blk 9 Stanton ....2172 33i
Unknown ......... ............. n% of n1 of sw of ne......................... a217 24 ic 7
Mrs Sallie Davenport ........... ... e% ofnw' ofseg ofswg... '22172 l
Lnknnwn ............. ............... s of w and ofsw x 2 acres......... 54
Mrs AS Martin ................... lots and 3 of bIk 32 os Ocala..... ..... 2 41
J D McDuffy ........................ all of ex :4 ft sq in nw cor of blk 34 os
Ocala............. .... 270
Mattie D Duffy ................. ... e% of lot a of blk 38 o s Ocala........... ... 4
Unknown .......................... a.. n% of fractional bik 400 os Ocala ............ I4
Adeline CHarter ........................ allof bik 4bo s Ocala ............ .... .......... 4








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THE MAIA aAunm u, p aa X


LmsLATOM

Pessals of e ram elar ofient
Uemm lees-g.eglr sessbs..
At a regular meeting of the board
o munsty rommiseonee held Mon-
fay. J 1. 191l, the following
member were pesmunt: H. W. Long
eharemam, amd CommteMaoners J. L
2duda, 8. Luciaus N. A. Fort and
L L Wmatmmn.
h Wmim e of last meeting were

On msmit it was ordered that
A&A Jmahaoea be rickeno from list
of lmma"of poor brum.
J. L m vwas ordered paid 4.80,
ab wo- deda euted frnm his salary
as arwm es math. -
Awulsatlmof E. J. opley for re-
ase or eduetbom of mesment of
pemseil pperty was on motion re-
brwed l< 14m0 a .r Wartmann.
adis of mnotariMe public were ap-
proved towit: J. K. Mizwon, R. K.
Wartmemn. J. T. lAncaster, J. C.
Recer, T. E. BigsI, Allen Oibson.
The bmard of public iuptruction sub-
atittl eslinmte as rte'jluired lty law
laid asked that a levy of 5 mills be
:ade1 for -Aiw'l purlw-... which was
graiatEd.l.
Son motion it a- ordlereld that Mar-
taret rtewart I e adnaitted to the poor
h rMu.
^ Me .[r- .. II. 1'aytie a nd J. C.
allhewtw apmIeared l.fore the t ard
a nJi atlv s'atede the o eiing of what !;
i toei asI he Flemilngton road, as re-
e:Utlyh laid out from a point on the
* wala and M-lutesh road, between
Martiu and Lowell. to Flemington.
ft was on motion ordered that the
.mmitaeionesr through whose di<-
triet* the read runs, make estimate of'
,.'outa of oieamlng said road, includlug
amw to be built and cutUng right of
way. md that the game be opened up
so smM as pmetieable.
On meKitl it was ordered that the
*Neat sad Anthony road, granted at
last me.ti be pouted pa required by
law.
Te petition to change the Ocala
mad Aaimthy proe-sd hard road ro
as to run dlert from Griner Fhrm to
Aaheay. was granted, and A. P.
Iko, A. R. GOrffin and B. R. trip-
Uf wm aapolated commisionern to
mank eut same.
TIne dwrf wa ordered credited
wiMh lse of Rose anieio and John
Thimao ibw 1 collected and paid
,,y shurffto treasurer.
A pestleti for a hard road from 811-
ver lprdng to what it known as edge
1 t wooda on or near line of road
to Iareka, about three and one-half
mie. was read and laid over until'
me*t meeting.
The board adjourned until Tues-
day.

RIard met. Al members present.
It was ordered that one acre of land
te bMought from Tofflellti, on Cotton
liant road for 6}5. with the under-
h_._ *3 3... .. .11 j


The fiue, of Chat. OCAey, $25.75, and
Tim Fraziler, $;8.64, having been
worked out, said sums were ordered
credited to the sheriff.
Application of James R. ( urry for
pension from state was examined and
approved.
Bond of A. B. Albritton to carry a
rifle, with M. B. Waldron and A. J.
Albritton, sureties, was approved.
Wm. Taylor was appointed inspec-
tor of marks and brands at Early
Bird.
mmissioners Long and Edwards
were authorized to have shed built for
read machine.
In pursuance of chapter $4769, acts
of thef county commit
oane. on the 5th day of March, A.
V., 1901, caused notice to be published
as required by law. which notice and
affidavit of publisher attached there-
to, is as follows, to-wit: In pumuamoe
of chapter 47M9, acts of 1899 of the
laws of Florida, notice is hereby given
that it is the Intention of the board of
county commisslonem of Marion
county, Florida, at the regular meet-
ing of the said board which convenes
on the first Ionday in July, A. D.,
191i, to make a levy of forty cents on
the one one hundred dollars' worth of
property, to libe levied and assessed
against the taxable property in the
said county of Marion for the year
1901, and the money to raised to be
set aside as a road fund to he used in
the construction, improvement and
maintenance of the public roads, cul-
verts and bridges of the said county
of Marion, and in the Iur-ihase of
such implements, teanth, wagons,
camp outfits and steekades' for the
use of and safe keeping of the convict
force as may Ibe found necessary in
the proper carrying out of the work
upon the public roads of the said
county, and for the employment of
such additional labor as may be
deemed necessary.
Ordered by resolution of the board
of county commissioners of Marion
county, Fla., passed at the regular
meeting of said boar-i on the 5th day
of March, A. D. 1901.
S. T. SISTRI'NK,
Clk. Bd. of Co. Com. of Marion Co.,
Fla.
State of Florida,
Marion county. '
I, F. E Harris, certify that I am the
publisher of the Ocala Banner, a
newspaper published weekly in the
aforesaid county and that the notice
of Intention to levy a special tax for
road purposes, a copy of which is
hereunto attached, was published in
aid paper in ts issues of March 22
and 20, April 5, 12 19, 25, May 3, 10,
17, 24, 1901. F. E. HARRIS.
r8ubsenbed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day of July, 1901.
(Seal.) 8. T. SI8TRI'NK, Clerk.
By H. C. SISTRI'NK, D. C.
And it appearing to the board that
the best interest of Marion county
would be subserved, it is ordered that
a levy of forty cents on the one hun
dred dollars' worth of property be
and the same is hereby made against
the taxation for property In the coun-
ty of Marion for the year 1901 for the
purposes as stated in the above notice
and the said levy will appear in con-
nection with the other levies herein-
after made and ordered for county
purposes.
The board of county commiison-
ers, having determined the amount to
be raised for all county purposes or-


Poison




Poison


Oak


Ivy


BOTANICAL REPTILES

Their Sting Sets the Skin on Fire and Fills
the Veins with a Violent, Lingering Polson


These plants seem to partake of the nature and character of the
serpent- in winter time being comparatively harmless, but when warmed
into life by spring and summer heat they become extremely venomous
and spiteful, emitting a milky juice that burns and blisters like a fiery
acid, producing quick inflammation and painful swelling. Some persons
are so susceptible to these vegetable poisons that coming m their vicinity
will produce almost as much discomfort and pain as handling them;
their thin and sensitive skins seem to absorb from the surrounding
atmosphere tlhe acrid juices emanating from these plants. There is
seldom a picn:c or family gathering in the woods but that some mem- ,
her of the p::rtv co,:eics iin contact with Poison Ivy, Oak or some other T
hurtful plant or weed, and through the open pores the poison is carried
to the overheated blood. Poison Ivy is found clinging to tree trunks, f
BLOOD SATUATE3WT SOAKS. A.fences or rocks, sometimes reach- ,
BOMr. Joh FRAi.. ear tPON. ., ing grCeat heigh'ls; the leaves are
Mr. John F-i: l of Bear Station. Del., h *oth
writes: "I was poisoned with poidonuoak nearly square in shape, smooth j
condition became so- serious that the and shiy andthree on each stem;
doctors all said I could not get well. I th flowers are of a greenish white
remained in a precarious condition, con- the flowers are of a greenish white '
fined to the house, for six months, when color, anid the berries pale green or
I saw S. S. 8. advertised and began its
use, soon rea:.in that it was. doing me white. The Oak is a small shrub, seldom more than three
co.. eontiue the bin ano wod feet high, its size depending upon the nature of the soil,
medicine made." location, etc.; the leaves are long and pointed with saw-
like edges and a downy appearance underneath. While the two plants are entirely unlike
in appearance, the poisonous effects are very similar. MT W EME Y PIMS FM R M YEARS.
After the swelling subsides the skin remains for a long ,.. A. mt." of oeoo, a.. whse
time in a rough and inflamed condition, dotted here and *am tssimilar tsot oboss s
there with bad looking ulcers and little festering sores. "wh..ntght years eMmyttI 7a "o
It is truly remarkable with what regularity and LJ4? s ison" by Pen .oioak*
certainty the disease returns, and always on schedule yighte -_--0MrMes -
time, appearing the same month, day and hour, almost, ha *es so sig of theruwIUsi *
that it did the year before. Don't be deceived should all "." .
the signs of the poison vanish soon after the first attack-the acrid juices have been taken
through the open skin pores into the blood, and the most persistent and faithful use of
external remedies can never dislodge them, and next season, and for years to come, you may
expect to endure the same bodily tortures; the blood in the meantime becoming so saturated
and charged with the poison that each succeeding attack
leaves the body weaker and recovery more uncertain and
slow, and thus the once simple malady ends disastrously.
For every poisonous plant, tree, shrub or Bower, nature
has wisely provided an antidote or cure. The roots and
herbs of which S. S. S. is composed quickly, surely and
permanently overcome and drive out of the blood and
system the effects of Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Virginia Creeper, Thunder Weed, Sumac and
vegetable poisons of every variety. S. S. S. will be found an invaluable and perfect antidote
for poisons < r this class. There is never any return of the aggravating symptoms after a
course of S. S. S., as it destroys every vestige of the poison.
Don't al..:don hope because of repeated failures. State your case to our doctors; we feel
sure they can help you. Medical advice will cost you nothing and is strictly confidential.
Book on' Blood and Skin Diseases free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca.


at uing tuat w ue all r wa material dered that the following levy te tuade
thereon shall be exhausted that s9me for the year 1901 on ail tti- t a:. tid Bond of John Pasteur, inspector of
*ball revert to grantee. personal property in Mariou '-ouuty, maIrk's and brands, was approved.
Tw heirs of Smart Wlkinson were subject to taxation fir -a..-ii :..:i re- T. E. Pa:-steur. county treasurer,
,**iedrd paid $1: for material for Cot- apectively. to-wit: For couLrty 'hool, submitted his report showing receipts,
fte Plant road and damage to erops. 5 mills; for county rodti, 1 mill; for di-buarsments and balances as fol-
Mr. Stores, having declined to fur- county proper, 2 malls : ',r tine and lows:
her art as ferryman at Stoke- ferry, forfeiture fund, 1 mill: areg^ate, 12 Road Fnld-
Mr. John I. Hurt was appointed fer- mills. Balance last repo.rt................. 16
rymlan until Jan. 1it, 1'42, at same An occupational tax :;* per Receiplts .................... 316 96
alry. cent. of the amount rejluir-1 cy the .O' 171.
i.amunis.toner Wartman offered the state Is hereby imposed on v-rv bus- Disbursed ........................ 4
f.lIowing resolution, which was iness, profession or occupation carried
adopted: on in Marion county for }h>!.-h a Balance in trf.,-tiir-v...............S 274 OS
"Whertas. i-.ieviiig the best inter- state license is requir-d. arl the,- ,I-rk County Proper-
*,.t of Florida to be tubserved by the of said board was ordr-ld t r. ..rt
m.*rasTed culture of its principal pro- the uce last iep rt...............
*tNet. and the manufacturing of sam s thesame to the assessor. .eipts .......................... l .6
into fitiphed articles. therebyereating The trustee.* of th- various ub- --
a home nisarket for ti.e planters' la. school districts of the '.jitv, yiun- ir1..71 67 :1
, therefore e it. hbering from one to te.n t,,.],;v,, al Dishursed .............................. 1670 71
"*lieolved. ly the toard of ,county e of whii-h ar- a- Balanee it, tre a- r-. ...........
*-4mminiouer. of Marion county tha t wh a Balance in r.... .........
we heartily endorse the Floriola u- inafte set forth with a -iniitt-1 es. Fine and Forfeiture Fund-
rar and t yrup lketnii.g Co., whose ob- timate showing the amount of y a elstrer .........
jols arenade knowi:lby its pro-pec- eesary aord likely t Balanc l~tst rprt.
I *U1. Te flt ial ,k oarl are ki own to ugle,, s ind ely t t Ice M fr eeiit .......................... 14i9 ;31
. and are eminently worthy tf the hool
.outidemiet of the peoplo- at large, as fund, appropriated to thi- f":ntl f>r the $14'1 :'5
well a. thb,-e who desire a safe invest- next ensuing scholasti,- year and hav- Disbursed ........................... 1409. 4oi
-uent f.r money. The fliers are ing certified the rate of il voted Overdrawn .................
well kijain citizens of Marion coun- tobea. i se. h andc Ooerdrawn ... ................S 0
tv, wh.'e honesty and integrity have to be ae. ad collected upox the Building Fund-
*ever ee1lw diouted, and we trlieve taxable property within the -aidl sev- Balance last report ........$ 977 722
the attairw of the coneern will be ad- eral special sub school di.tri,.ts for Receipts .. ................... 4 16
mini-tered with much ability and re that year, the assessor is hxieby di-
d,,und to the progrew of the county." reacted to assess and the- collector to Balance $1321 bs
The tax assesor being present within b
the sa ~ement rolls for the year IfOi, collect on the taxable property .;: the Fines y justices of the peace re-
the board resolved itself into a board said respective school distri,-ts as fol- ported as follows: W. J. Dodson, $10:
of equalization for the purlpwe of re- lows: Ocala, No. 1, 3 mill-.: MeIntosh, I J. W. Lyles, ZS; J. N. Shedd, $173.22;
viewing and equalizingg the assess- No., mills; Belleview, No ; T. D. Crawford, $S3.$2; D. L. tOran.
meats, and the following changesth ,62JMe V 5
were made: 74o areas in sec. I. tp. 15, mills; Fantville, No. 4, 3 mills; Dun- tham, $6852; J. M. Barksdale, $2.65;
r. '. amemeed to J. H. Howard, was nellon, No 5, 2 mills: Reddiek, No. Robt. Bullock, $64.o7; H. W. Doug-
ateed from $140 to $ it; 2440 acres in 6, 3 mills; Pine Level, No. 7, 3' mills; lass, $16.82.
S'o. 6, tl. 15, r. "-,' asmesed to A. '. Maysville, No. 8, 1 mill: Weirsdale, The following justices reported no
Job4m was railed from $:' to No. 9, mills; Citra, No. 1, w mills. fnes imposedin their courts: M. H.
1l4111 i.-!rem in Alvarez grant, fines mpoed n their courts M. H.
*smwrt to Mrs. L P. Pike. was raised The same being the rate of millage Rou, W. V. Jackson, Alex. Wynne
from VAN* to 11"': 441 acres in see. 23, designated by the board of trustees for E. 8. Smith, James Gavin, B. I'
ip 14, r. 21. seed toStandard Lime said school districts respectively, and Freyermuth, L. D. Farmer.
o., w raised from $ to $2000; The board then adjourned
in s. tp. 15, r. ed pay the same to the county treasurer. Te rd then adjourned until the
to estate of J H. Hill, was raised The clerk of this board is hereby next regular meeting.
fromw$1 to ~ it: 12 a.res in sec. 19, tp. ordered and directed to file a written 8. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk.
., r. .sse d to Oala Lime Co*, statement with the tax assessor set- During last May an infant child of!
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COMMERCIAL BANK, OCALA.

[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.

CAPITAL 800,000

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

INTEREST PAID ONETIME DEPOSITS





WE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. Unless we get goal
meat we may as well let it alone


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There is no strength in tough meat
-instead of giving, it takes strength
to digest it. It pays to be careful ir
buying meat-be sure to get the thet
-tender and choice. Pay a little
more if need be and put something it
your stomach which will put.fleeh:on
your bones and strong blood In your
heart.


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Stal md 4 City Narket, Ocela. lm.



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Vii PON beadlyP66loll this ito Ue
"..o wagew fit she Just. to rwnder
PENOWWsome Nia due. The thrre
head hsee'Isd. NOW ewmmofa(" dW110
be"randeust iod a sha be it twap 20

~rawhem eoovwhe hinsewitsh abse-
Asgim 04isshae tead of this motal
uwe as snamtrlal smwm of gOrey which

I a gotsI viu ftsiesdamd slid 7youae'
mews. ie MWe u


I hew bowSmishtwdesdrug ainess

aMof the tohety med ic-lees snt any,
ON$, 4spas ~the emitts-clootI have
011~ u. MA afthsmg '6 f. 0 041el (h"M -
bpdme t*na 5'sl. 4. i baraamd I[arrboms
1'mw'dv tfow .11 egeeMa. he aMdbowel-'
tresubips *may. 41 W. Wakee1kd. as(
l'~uin446a.*Itslbs.remedy cur"A I
Iw Gmer wv,.w .o of 4 w11.'f a meitlf. In
may bafeady aMWI ave irsm.umn"emle
sod amid iheeIred. -14E Sm1ith off it lot
my e-ua9"O.t.'m40sme.thireculls-s. mtissfav-
*Ie It osAfe. a 4014-wsk sand -Orr ,ur
sis a jet.-.ssist I-Was Fcr seir fly
Auto- "..04u.64 fo lrma I4e'. 111
to "M eW411111seoe.
I~vO A J reoheit loss return. .d
ftoom ESel. e~. wrvsr hr a. ems-cuf 14r
awmseal dapuaesevaltvld me. tuning 3hteiand.
rV64rosept 1 's IM 11WInch c 4ity 4011aa
6wuemum slls gnWepesow fiur a pr~mperou*u
#all saW arfater areoua. The thasla
food*& KuugI. .. t ufheW111 aau1 SbirigMO
l @th rwvlova @Ifa #*Sws .UO' *tmreball at
safeari)latae- amd awing thIlmeOwn-
bees a( that emv sder mrethan half the
eva.vir"I lsmwwo os'u.the ls-.mdv weta
vooa4oie.t o.els-uiletenl I,,make shio
6-volde"S tho fewleurst smt kind in the

U WSeamWanted Valee..
ii9vel s gIefet'.a a.felt 4v tile.
awedw 4 M % Hew-aer, l.-ofI..ILSIg-
*sain ky nh-u tslwy ma&* iwavs, turn-
Oneg p.4.... He. skgas"0.UIV .4hamgsed
*udsu'lo. aieolobs hi. Ye. s.1 iihs. antis-mi~
Go-Misill His. maleulswe yellow
.enspelew Hr *.tras teoud fy this iaewt
des-ee.% _i-wI Suithimt sodu.-u-fTownhenl-
was edvrom If9it.tryKw ietn-c K iltem 11t1-P
q..604-qfual sI..ueio-aaia ..,I:im--r rsumsely.
Sselit Ow %rot"..,-Aftee takissg two' Ike?

5 .i..I- e660l.Islesma sawn! t fenall .tootam-

~ *i 5 1 .% trct '" .to a rui~bisa.


A: K. HAWKES Choie Vegetables
The Famou. Atlanta Optician! always bring high prices.


1)


to~
ft*of bmi "nm.
,mmm- IA'h Got ~isgooduin
so 9*4664~., ai 414164ndo@& wrd.
MO waft 6dA inmtsheP a lli& A
bI hm It s pwrm put.sdoolgood',
Wo~m moma kiss, sod wqpoma
4umms. A S-mih mutis battr Man
Od-. thiebmeor. m her, 5fterWork
a 11111bmsuIthe ONAdodus.oaf lfe am
jeub Uslly WON., amad ew appreciae
d&sme vournm. I know a woma
aohly plassed Aftmtosurtm, ers )Vt to
(~5~d. he way isI.mm". I ksow
*0e Was""ways of life worksmany
wb wway m--m. high. But us, no
Um&4Ibw purpo. woe a their way, a
tblw'uy pauhlisa ims beyond, around,
mool vvery way r armisdark. How
vS ft he seb,. povery. want. meeft-
af a" is anmd marks their houew-
bald smy 6lmsiq b ts ieown. Wehe
wowsIe ushapey ovmenrm r lthe
anwo4rfew terse. Will (Jed ahoy
mey them. wom nosm demldbht,
aim. Thev widow and time forphansu
am hbootwo W e amhisgsChildrena,
emseamehin dierigales even as Johs
.epa'ineee-A the himgdrum of heaves
-a son& Nodo u-c. if we !ovehis
sote, sod love to do tiem. "I'i~ve
*u.1 sm"Ieshr. -We ame his if we do
tamp a am&d Gafr th higher gifte. It
tuto melmessughto live after Ohe P~rlt.,
ba live esfb the Oplrit of (Und per-
fwmimg h4a wooheato Iup.. 'hrowghau&
We am bmhf we g rferm hb.toerb
lie mubsp ad-usa ye weuldauto
w ha, S. lug(ed. Amd as Am-
mema-mews i&wow hw me vhs
bwonfte Sod dodoto him their Div*
tam- bwoday im Over Op"s. she
amI wow Sbumm.sd. amd few sor
Imumb 1odi A bim I Sw md
a~tt tohebaen. My UEswr has
- modas ame. a hs,*m emamool. of
-n wUSo wo om. mmod mi whom
in ampow-*. Woth Shmhs to the
smramekimd beerved saw wvhs. M-,
IsmornomweleWill. I have e"mw to'
ma thirle* low" A" he bright who
one" The dkftose.of kIe. ulime,
pamu. eU"*u. b-. divige. To
.*dp mim 664m her atrv, Mom ugrat
love" of amNfood, euhsome, aftgelic
104 Yb.. eeSrible6tr n e41veqseNor he
eft4d %Oisisthe PoaverfOf good, the.
wo diets. sh" ,doelmod..shfrom
acmew- &,n isidslith iats the hart. of
tbb shm He he. ailhd hasown.,


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HINIP I P R. J1AN-O'AMR A'S
TOIC A VI A IZERis sold with written
s e to cure snetmis debility, lst vitality,.
ating memyrv. -tas diu;iness, hysteria. stops
Small drairm oe the nervous system caused by bad
habits or escrwire use of tobacco, opium.
lquors or living the pace that kills." It wards
*t isa.sity. consumption and death. It clears
the blco4 and brain, b tds up the shattered
nerves restore the fire of yoath.and brings the
peak glow to pale cheeks, and makes yoi. young
and str Ps agsin. soc. t boxes ~. By mail to
amy addie.. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2

ADinxi ATO'S YOTCZ OF APPMLICA-
T1X1 M I AL DR CEAaiw.
N k'TIC:E 1 HIIKRERY GIVEN THAT THE
i *edcrerwed, a- administrator of the estate
of JAMt It CAMPBELL. willon the
,tAh /)a of/ October, .4 ). ,1t1.
make bnal return of his accounts and ask a dis-
St-harger fum hih adminaitratorship of-aid estate.
Sin act ordance with the law in such cases made
and1 pri-de-d.
!h i ; ,th April A I) I, : l."
HAK1.KS U. WHITE. Admr..
14 ,1*',m 3 t ti Jamr* B Campbell. deceased.

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT.
I l I haga*i far Coll-ectot, ill Ace unt with
la:tien c'uity i '', Taxt--.
( t n,-,:'ecte .l n last tr plnIt ..... ........1 *k-'7 .39
I *ra-lre at r tl t- *t................. .......... 5,701 42
llauarve unt llct-C d .................... '5 47
C'unl l'rfct
I n olte ted on :a.t rteport...... ....... ,; o ;o
Trra.urrt receiptt. .......... ........ .. ..
Helanrt uUncoll-e ...te ....................... i. 17, -
Count% Koaed-
I Intle-r etd. on last riepot ........ 419 3
t-aSU t tt r ctmr- t.i ................. ;u 3 20
aane unollcted ......... .. .
C.LntI Fine aud Forfeit itre -
Sno.lecterd. on la*t relvrt......... ..... -
I t a-etu r rerript ....................... 1o. 34 4
Ia'taan t uncollt ctedt ......... ....... ......... i
1'.; taAt- uncollected. on last report .. Io oo
> tr.. wlltcted .. ...... !-
treasuret't re-eipt .......... .1- oj
.0.ie un 1 tle te-l .. .. i.'1 4 C
C ,ouite Peaildinrl I-iad-
t nt :I', ted. on lat rrp it i ........... It
T : -im e r ateceipt............... ........ 544 1
'.. r unco l, ted ......... ......... o
--t t. f 'l Ur ad I
Xat .*n CIunty. i
I a-.truik .':t'k -aitculit court. hlirelv
St i: i that lthe atot' l i trie and correct .ltate-
*ent ,T h :hr .. lectt account wilt Marian>
., i .*n < ini -*i:..y ,o.l1 *- a; j. ,'- u -.n the vA.-l ;. 1v1 i\ *.fflt't
U .,na m% l:i :.' ..k)1 otflC' l,1 1 t:i' th: i.Slt day


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Potash should be used.

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These Famous Glasses for sale by
DR. WM. ANDERSON.

Eyesight Tested Free.
cautlo! Hawkes' Olasme are never
peddled. Be sure that "Hawkes" Is
stamped on frame. 2-8

JAPANESE

,PILE CURE
A ew nd complete treatment. consisting of
uWkpoaoris. Caples of Oirtment and two
ees o Oitment A sever-filing cre for
Piles of every matre and degree. It makes an
p|artda wth th knife. which is paiful. and
o trslts i death. unuecemary. Why en-
due this terrible disee? We pack a written
gnrateei each Is boa. Nocare, no pay. 50c
ad ha tea. 6 or $5. Sent by mail. Samples
free.
YilmENT OC AND WMC.
ii C a uref, Pile. Prevented, by
VUp Japsmae Liver Pellets. the
ast lier and toiarch regulator and blood I
puriser. Ao a mild and pleasant to take; esa-
pcdsaUy adaptes fr children's use. Fifty doses
sc*4 Ati-Meoply Drug Store. Ocala 2


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PIGEON I
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Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to feor days.
Its action is angical. Prevents strictre. All
complete. To be carried in vest pocket. Sure
preventativee Sent by mall in plain package,
prenaid, on receipt of price. $s per bAx. three
N ow -a O M for 12.5o. Anti-Mosopoly Drug store. OcalSb Pa.


HUBBARD &


DOORS, BASH. BLINDS
MOULD)IN OAND
BUILDING MAT ItJA
WasW aA Fan Gss A sommy
Prchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
%uth apd thereby save
money.
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CHARLESTON, 8. C.


NOTICE 0oF ELCT1N FO CIZATIN A
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT AT
511num FARM.
NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN THAT AN
election will be held at the Griner Farm
school house, Marion county, Florida. during the
hours between 9 o'clock a. n.. and 4 o'clock p
in.. of
Saturday. A txat 3d,,4 A. D., 1901,
for the purpose of creating a special tax school
district to be known as the Griner Farm special
tax school district No. 11. Boundaries of nid
district to be all of the sooth half of township
14. south, range 22. east.
And to elect three trustees of the said Special
Tax School District, and to fix the rate o mill-
age to be levied and collected for theaid Special
District for th, next ensuing two years.
Qualified electors at said election are all reg-
istered and qualified voters of said district, who
pay a tax on real or personal property therein,
and live within said territory.
The following persons have been appointed
inspectors and clerk of said election: r. H.
Leitner. C. T. Luffman and J. J. Luftman, in-
spectors, and C. M. Murphy. clerk
Attest: G. S. SOTrr.
W. I). CAR., Chairman.
Secretaiv. 7-5


NOTICE.


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
of Florida i:: and for Marion coun-
ty-In Chancery.
William L. Vandeventer. complainant, vs, An-
nie R. Vandeventer, defendant.-Divorce.
IT IS ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VANDE-
venter, defendant in this cause, be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
cause on
Afonedar, th: nid ,y of S'/,Pfr. A. D., 19o .
It is further cidered that this order he pub-
lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This june :tth, A. D. : o.!
[S.ea: T. T. ISTRUNK,
N. M. ALLRED., Cerk Circuit Court.
Conplainant'. Solicitor. 6 2S

TAX DEED NOTICE
WHEREAS. CHARLES, V. MILLER HAS
presentedto me tax certificate No. t541.
sale of April 4, :;cS. covering the following land
in Marion county. F!orzda, to-wit: South half of
southeast quarter- of northwest quarter and
northeast quarter of southwest quarter and west
halt of southeast quarter, section 7. township
16, south, range iS. east. and upon said certih
cate has demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expi:ation of thirty days
from the date of this notice. unless redeemed. it
is my intention to i-sue a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated Tune .o, o.c:.
iSeal) -. T. SITRU'NK.
02t Clerk Circuit Court.

.IATIOs.

In County Court. Mar-i,n Co'..nty. Florida-By
the County Judge -ai.1 County.
WHEREAS. W. F. ALLEN HAS APPLIED
" to this Court for l -te-c. ofl administration
on the estate of MARV E. KEEP. deceased, late
of said county of Marion.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred nd creditors of said
decased, tc be and appear before this court on
or before
The :.'Pd dai f 'fu', A. D r) 9.
and file objections, it any they have. to the
granting letters a- aforesaid., otherwise the
%ame wili he granted as prayed, with the will
annexed.
Witness my name a. C-unt Judge of the
county afore -ai. this th day of June. iQo0.
(Seali R". B'.I.A --td tlCounty Judge.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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MACDUFF


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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-

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AGRICULTURAL

MENT8, DE) RE


IMPLN-

1'LOWSV,


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,


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LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff,


Ocala, rla.


Have You Seen Our


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EVERYBuDD


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FORD & CO.


w. D. MORToi.

I'PANI


(Also Successer to Yankee Novelty Works)
Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
Scho(1 Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes. Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc. .
PATJ zTr BEBE RklvJ~ A SPECIALTY.
6 Estimates promptly furnished.


HOTEL COQUINA,


RMON D-BY-THE-SEA,
East Coast of Florida.


Hottl 'ojuiua is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean.
While it otirs all the delights of the sea-shore, it is only ten minutes walk, or
five minute.- by horse ear, from the oranoie grroves and palm shaded walks oa
the banks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station,
beiug connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of
Inioo, orange, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oleander and palmetto.
River. ocean. surf-hathing and fine tflhiui. The climate in. delightful, and is
ttwuti(eial in cases of overwork or uervou., prostration.
Will open about the first of June, but will be in a position to take care of
gte-ts after May 21)th. Summer rAte,,: 2 ptr day; $8 to $12 per week. &24
For further information address, D. B. MATHE-ON, Ormond, Fla.


pf. Toft


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Jerry


DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, )
LAND OFFICE
AT GIN-LL, FLA.. June M 1901. 1ONTEZUMA EXCHANGE
'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1 EXCHANGE
Sfollowirg named setter has filed notice of


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You will find us at our post ready to


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"Quality


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OUR ROASTED COFFEE, AT 20 CENTS A POUND, is pronounced to be the best grade f goods for that
price to be found on the market. Suppose you try a pound and see if it is not so. Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand in 2-lb tins, has no equal. It's
always the same, rain or shine, summer or winter--THE BEST.


In the line of fruits, such
as Cherries, Pears, Peaches,
Apricots, Pineapples, etc., we
have just what you want, as
to size of can, quality and
price. Try them.


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If you want the genuine
French Sardines, something
that is really pure, get the
CHATILLON brand, either
in ',s, !s or '2s. Take no
other. They're fine.


In Evaporated Fruits we
have just received a fresh
supply of Peaches, Apples.
Apricots, Prunes and Raisins,
We guarantee these goods to
be A i.


In Cheese, we can furnish
you with either of the fol-
lowing: Sap Sago, Parmesan,
Roquefort, Brie, Comembert
or Pineapple. These goods
need no recommendation.


OUR FLJOUR AND GRAIN DEPARTMENTS are always chock full, and sales of our
increasing daily. The price is now way down and the quality perfect. Nothing better on the market.


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as to whether we do as we promise, or not.


No


misrepresentations allowed, and all goods not as re-


commended are returnable, and


money given back.


If you can't come in person, write your orders, and
they will receive the same attention as though von


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