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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 19, 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, lor the People and by the People."


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TAULmman 18M6.


OCALA, FLORIDA,


FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1901.


DOLLAR A TYAR.


ANNOUNIIMN tI







I w aimm.o eaD yratW, Wtktothefsa that w.e
hav. a4 m a atu and well meneted sock of s b-
n rt t Articie Kodak and Kodak
A't-. all of which we would like to have ypu in-

P' will shortly display a large assortment of
Armour'* Toilet 8oaps. the quality and price of which
we think will interest you. Please remember

THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE
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Mr. W. K. McDonald left Tuesday
might for Atlanta, where he has a
good position waiting for him. The
bat wishes of his many friends in
Ocala go with him.
W- ploa stof* Drug Store.
Mr.J. IC Koem&e and William
Hime, of 8atervile, CoL George
Mntlau of Wnmeokrle, and CoA. T. P.
Iyd of Invenesm, yere in Oeala
a peM/lomalg eees.
SNMeatsmaboetel ece ved a sea
trtle weighia O e hundred pounds
MnaayM adn the week the patmros
re h. enul ies uap4shto in as


mr.a ~ Whmyyou want a modern, up-to
a aMMeah. I Aft pye. try m ber.les etom-
L r m tel h- o am- asho aad lUver Tablets. They anr
mivl lito idMr t Pt Pt5ge. emy to take and pleasant In eff'et.
k. vie d Didme mNe G e d- ^Ptrte 5 cents. Samples free at the
am a d fo I (ift e dI- AUti-M1opoly DrugmO m.e. a
elr.I Mrs. Robert Bullock has gone to
Mr. *W.L S I Mal n, Ga., to take care of the chil-
lso. W. Msk ad does of her daughters Mrs. Harry
eu a Wright, of Macon, and Mrs. Tom
Wright, of Jacksonville, during their
Mr. Wt a wl oW eater ece at the Pan-American expoel-
the senms a the Plat Ryesem gos.
~~-e
W -01011 1hos.eam A Ma niao r w ho live on farm s are liable
gr. ear-Md e,. hJemT A. ort rte to maay aeeidental cuts, burns and
,sea Vg olegtah l he bruismr whieh b eal rapidly when
I d's soow.Llniment is promptly
Uag. P. V. laveegCd, nWd little apied. Price 25 and 50 cents. An-
soa. a1e w em e veItat etatives la uMooopoly Drug Store. m
*" O- ps. Jno. I.. Inglia, of Port Inglis;
M a am MeSfts ofA tSlStm, visited Mr. W. M. Brooks, of Floral City;
M UMary Lw -le w-e. Mr. John W. Pearson, of Cordeal,
P .....i. i-- rgmom were among the prominent phosphate
r. T. (esord and eunty mn registered at the Oeala House
tom tm r. K. urw turn h the Fast week.
041 W TWday. What among human ills are more
j a o aatk. p edannoying than piles?' The afflictions
Jr sI. H" w es 'Heats I,* p"on that prevent active exercise are bad
S. enough, but one that snakes even rest
; W ih.SU-l mi umrble i,, wore. Women are
Mr J A A.kw4ns, ,t'. ei ,I the luru* among its greatest martyrsi. Tabler's
ear*w .1 tlar ** 'as *, ipr.4e,..ensi |tial <'ut. most obstinate assets. Price 5o cents
M, nk Ilq44.tt o th" ee lkder ,of ii tottle, tubes 7. .ents. Anti-mono-
... ...rWe-I 1.,*.s. tualSCring forty. I'y l-rnt store. m
a %?! % .elie.- churchh vi Atlanta. Hon.. .A. Iturtord is back from


m4 job % ..sirt Iarra. it-jaw" Motoday forI
r.0 %to ma .* .-l -to ..w ill% t M ra.tIt41
ma' I a. UI .% ii m ~la !I. 1 s

. 4 1:af-11 MIAl I '.l1 1 ,r I 11t- 11


the Kaolin work- un Lake county.
He -ay- thel company is going to op-
rotett oln a large seale. The machinery
alid it'u.ings will et -t upward! of a
hundr{dl thliuaind tl dollars. The com-
pany ha- a thirty year contract to fur-
in11u .liics to -,rn-e llrmn in the north.


AsTnmtR AA 0a UaMATNuI.

F..ta '. oo. Deem Se
S ses Ame*osee MWd Pyro.

Oeala's celebst.on of the national,
day of Amerleaks glsorio r lalpq.-
douee Was s ontirely seemf that
e Intends repeatMlg the fetivilesW
on July 2th. The program will be
duplicated on an enlarged seale with
many See-cories and et eeteras
thrown In.
By the way, the 25th of July is the
Porto Rican's celebration of their in-
dependence from Spanish rule, which
is to be celebrated in a most spectacu-
lar manner, and Ocala is the first, and
perhaps the only city in the United
States, to celebrate the Porto Rican
day.
It is hoped that visitors from the
county at large and all nearby sta-
tions will come to her assistance and
make the day a memorable one.
Prof. Phillips, the nervy and intre-
pid aeronaut, will give two more of
his balloon ascensions, and perform
marvellous feats on the trapes high
in the mid air.
There will be a half mile running
race on the track near the city limits
between Blackieto's hone that wM-
the race on the 4th ead an unknown.
Sak -esetde raeos, eoot rmess,
base. ball Ims, milUary nd Ahw
me' pmiMes, patriottl amice by our
two hads, and other attraction to
add lIctre, rti F peiratkon
ap glory to the ann001.
A 6BO AA aitA .
Ist Friday afternoon from 5 to 7
o'clock Miss Joennie Liddon entertain-
ed at her lovely home on Oaklawaha
avenue, complimentary to her guest,
Mi Weeks, of Stark, and Mis Marie
Bullock, of this city.
"A Love Affair In the Garden,"
was one of the forms of entertain-
meat.
In this contest Misses Mary and Re-
becca Andemno, Sue Baro and Violet
Harris cut for the prine, the latter
winning it.
In another flower contest Misses
Lens Bullock and Rebecca Andersea
I cut for the prise, the former being the
fortunate one.
Dainty refreshments consisting of
salads, tandwitches, pickles, grape
juice, ice cream and cake were served
during which time Min Sara Whit-
feld sang most delightfully.
The entertainment was a delightful
one and greatly enjoyed by all those
who attended.
Neartlurn.
When the quantity of food is too
large or the vuality too righ, heart-
burn is likely to follow, and especial-
ly so if the digestion has been weak-
ened by constipation. Eat slowly and
not too freely of easily digested food.
Masticate the food thoroughly. Let
six hours elapse between meals and
when you feel a fullness and weight
in the region of the stomach after
eating, indicating that you have
eaten too much,, take one of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and the heartburn may be avoided.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. In
For the Square Improvement.


4.ter-. .g .. I I.ellr le \a,..lAttet. Aggas %aid there was no silica in A few palmetto and other trees and
.ret toe '..* MIon..davy Florida. Were he living, what would plants judiciously and tastily planted
s a .ad Mr. Frank Hut..oe leave 1It think now:' We have everything in the public square will make it a
ab.. .. t .. lur ladusals fir a Hre...- in ornda. most attractive spot.
6Mg AIIrtri g toWjr in the blod.Bho will help aid the movement
*wt,-* Mraslteal M A l-rt <.er.ig itauo is th rn in the blood. Beauty Mr. D. A. Hunnicut, of Athens,
**es tea, Mr NH.e i*k rI%. more than "skin deepp" It is blood Ga., was the first to send a dollar.
Mr -' PI lvll aud chatk*re return. deep When the blood is tainted by That will pay for one tree and will
-I to tebwe eM t Joa, knvtle Tues-, ditesw the flesh will feel it and the be called the Hnnnicut tree.
ste *a a s.kv-rt vstlt to her parents. Iskiu will show it. tallow or muddy Mr. Albertus Vogt, of Dunnellon,
judt _sad rs William H.,cker. complexions, pimples, blotches and was the second to respond, and there
S. eruptuas are only the surface signs of will be a Vogt tree.
UFs 4 4ot v isHi. l4er 4astcr. NMh. impure blood. Face washes lotions. Mr. Will Hocker, Messrs. Munroe
Htw, glmo t. left )e erday fr complexion powder., may palliate the and Chambliss and the Oeala Banner
esaurytAy. A lta. iw e she will ra ils but thty cannot care the disease. have responded.
The only cures to clense the blood There will be trees named for them.
Sof the poisonous matter which is the We hope the ladies will become in-
No. Jebe Tipp*.. ,lt'eSm. 0. .ays: cause of the outbreak in the flesh and terested ad aid in making our public
-Fry,,* Nee y sad Tar cured my skin. Impure blood can be absolutely square the most beautiful in the
wtet g of t sever eems anM d in- purified by the use of Dr. Pierce's state.
aemed stet Autimnmeoely Drn, iodeu Medical Discovery. Its effect Ta re
41 *mn fSesh and skin is marked. Sores V- Sw What Ye Are rakig
W a I r. Jr. a littl heal and diappear. The skin be- When you take Grove's steless
use- __K_ -A &A-Jr and lttle .." ...#" _A u "Mv.... Is


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Strioklaad-hDkes.
Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock Mr. D.
W. Cato, Miss Flossie Dukes, and
Miss Rossa Norris, who were at Lake
Weir camping with quite a number of
other young people from Oeals, went
up to Ocklawaha on a boat. At this
point they were met by Mr. Charles T.
Strickland, of Oeala, and Rev. Mr.
McKinley, of Candler, and at6 o'clock
Miss Dukes and Mr. Strickland were
united in marriage by Mr. McKinley.
After congratulations, Mr. and Mrs.
8trickland left for Tampa and 1t.
Petersburg, where they will spend
their honeymoon.
The bNd.e I a native of Ocala and
bh a large circle of frtlede here who
exted to her their good whes.
Mr. Striekand haemsmtly eome to
'Oealak HIi wWmW the Pblant
System freight depot, nAd is to be one-
ratIlated.
edwrds res.
The Butebei' Adveate sad ar-
at JuwalodNew Ye*oCSyA9ab-
IaBmew dwveed to the lateimt of
daughteda p ng, mamaag,

peaking of the advertiement of Eld
wards Bros., of this eity, mat appeals
In the Oesala anner, mays It is a
"fist elms advertlemeat;" the a-
gment Is "sound, convincing and
toere." The Advocate goes on furth-
er to my that "the advertisement is
the best" It has seen in some time.
Thisleads ua to may that the Ed-
wards Bros., have been moet sus.-
fal in their bsness and are the lead-
ing young business men of the city.
They are sober and reliable and their
businem consumes their entire atten-
tion, and as a result they are In high
flavor with the banks of this city and
stand well In busiem circles.
Whist b E.tsetlsed.
Mrs. David S. Woodrow entertained
the Young Ladies' Whist Club most
delightfully on Tueeday afternoon.
The club prise, a silver picture frame,
was won by Miss Lula Gary, and the
visitor's prize, a boy of candy, by
Mrs. D. W. Davis. Dainty refresh-
ments were served.
Miss Lula Gary will be the hostess
of the club next Friday afternoon.
Jeurnal Cupons Soleiited.
If the friends of Miss Louise Harris
who take the Atlanta Journal will
kindly cut out the four cupons daily,
(for the Buffalo trip) and leave them
at tje Banner's editorial rooms every
Wednesday and Saturday it will be
considered a great kindness and
be thoroughly appreciated.
Jas. G. Amhert, of Della, 0., writes
"I had an obstinate sore on my face
which everything else failed to heal.
After one application of Banner Salve
it began to heal and after three appll-
cations it was entirely healed leaving
no scar. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
m
Prescriptions-Poetoffice Drug St, re.

Save
Your Vegetables!


S.A.IIASELTIII(8CA!CHEk-


Lake Ceemty Io so M*Shae.
The Leeaburg correspondent of the
Times-Union and Citizen says that
Lake county is in better shape to
mane an exhibit at the state fair than
ever before. It again hasall the fruits
lost in the big freeze (not in the sam
quantity); agriculturally avwy ahead
of what it ever has been, and ranks
as one of the leading minlaf eonties
of the state, a big lndmtry before au-
known.
What Two emua WIN e B.
It will brng relef to Mana flem
asm a or eonmssmptl, e g tath.
wot mass. This is alhet what I

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one sbae ham sa c oae,

with o ve ..

OM3 10u pb murntalBbI'
for. amt................... lose
One lae lfrlgwaor with Ise
water beet................ ee
One bath tubW Inaund emdtio 480
One double lawn swi, new... 0 0
Lot $8 woven win eots, while
they lMa.................. ... S22
Lot75e LlmoleomoUl leoth, at 6
Oae $18 Turklth eouch, little
u ed .............................. 11 00
Lot new lee che, while they
hat........................... and 6 80
We have always on hand

in new acd second hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will do well to cal on
Ua.
OCALA FUWIITVRE Oe.

Warm


Weather


Suggestions.
FOR EVENISN WEAR.
A party dress that
looks nice and is coot
a n d comfortable is
not an eiay thing to
procure. This no w
cloth we are showing
-for summer dresses
-will permit the
wearer to be entirely
comfortable though
dressedd up." Shown In several at-
tractive shades, and all fast coloro-an
exceptional offering.
FOR TRAVEIUM.
You can't find a bet-
ter style of goods for
traveling dresses than
the beautiful line shown
here. In light and me-
dium weights, and In
and colons at
will makeup well, look
nicely, never de, aMad
will not show dirt and dust In tavel.
Something for all ages, from mimes to
matrons, and at all and very easy
prices, too.


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In keeping old customers is not
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prompt and satisfactory attention
to their wants

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, BANKERS"
OCALA, FLORIDA.
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THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 1$,


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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.

J(. m. 4EEY
umlm FleRia.

A big strike of the steel operators is
now o0.
trMi Hebrews were drowned while
bathing near Savannah Sunday.
The bakers in Tampa are on a strike
and bread is bread in that city.
Mr. J. H. Baukaght, a prominent
citin of Mianopy, died last Sunday.
The- Is a severe drought in Ger-
may. Fruit and field crops are be-
0lg rimd. -
ewea hundred proms lot their
li eby a volcanic eruption in Java
bae@suday.
Do't go out of your way to find
trouble. It will find its way to you
quiek enough.
The city council has granted Mr. H.
L Anderson a railway franchise on
North Third street.
As soon as the crop is gathered,
Marion coast will be in position to
ship cor to Ka mss.
When you require the services of a
skilled piano workman call at Weihe's
or the Oeala News Co. tf
George Horton. the Illinois poet,
has purchased a farm in Florida and
tb going to become a tropical farmer.
Heat and drought are bearing up
th erop tia Kansm and some of the
other western rates.
The German steamer Finland
elsaed last week for Bremen with
H4 sow of high grade Florida phos-
phate roek. valued at 114,423.
The total value of phosphate rock
of all demriptio s shied from Port
Tampam for the fiscal year ending
June a),. 19, amounted to $1,857,882.
Talmee setdaugh.r Miss Cuy-
ter. mson dg e a b 4 fadrug
store at Eat amptow, -N.Y. It
eated a leeetl semtIml, which
throasme te beesme natnnm
Samaiary imaseeter W hmen as
giving the town exceelimeswice. He
has had the pneda drma-k fe sinks
and ees pool looked aftr and thor-
oatrbly diinfected, and t auwelt the
health of the town is good. Our sani-
tary inspector is the "'rnght man in the
nbt place."

Speaking of1 the camphor tree, the
editor of the Yearbook of the depart-
ment of agricultze for 1901, says the
great incene- in the price of camphor.
due to the inventioa of smokeless gun
nwds., promises to add to the money
value of thitb'eautiful tree, which will
doubtless become the basis of an i.a-
portant indusry.


The best Peser.pbe tr watrias
hBills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tastelew
form. No cure-no pay. Price tc. :
W6i ere fr SI0.
Hou. John Egang. of Pensacola, has
formed a stock company at Dover,
IDe., capitalized at $13M.t. and will
sink an oil well in West Florida.


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IN g s- fme ~ b-main-
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result will be, the worms will disap-
pear and the child become healthy
and cheerful. Price 25 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. R. W. Bentley, formerly an at-
tache of the Tampa Tribune, but now
in charge of the mechanical adver-
tising department of the New York
Sfn, and Miss Lees Head, of Tampa,
wer recently married. They are
now visiting Key West and later will
go to New York to make their future
home. Mr. B. formerly resided at
Silver Springs Park and for a while
in Ocala.
Dr. A. H. Curts, the accomplished
agricultural editor of the Times-Union
and Citizen, advises the land owners
of Florida to plant the black walnut.
Both the nut and timber are valuable.
Cattle nor insects will molest the tree,
cold will not kill it and it is easier to
grow than the pecan. In ten years a
walnut grove would be easily worth
one hundred dollars per acre. In
twenty years, five hundred dollars.
A grove is better than a bank account.
Thomas W. Carter, of Ashboro, '-.
C., had kidney trouble and one bottle
of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a per-
feet care, and he says there is no
remedy that will compare with it.
Anti-monopoly Drug Store. m
Young Cornelius Vanderbilt some
time ago invented a coal-eaving loco-
motive fire-box. It was given exhaus-
tive tria ,Locomovr Engineering,"
a techniael journal, said of it: "It is
the boldest experiment the world has
ever seen in locomotive building and
the trst radical departure in the con-
struction of locomotive boilers." The
results of the expert-meft have been
so Nidtar that the 0 llamore and
Ohbto and rnton Paciftic dratads have
adoptedth type.. A few daypago the
New Trk CVetral llaeU "gave an
order O100loeemotivwof the Van-
derbitppe : thus theowia that the
youg inveteor has wor a brilliant
victory t the world of mechanical
eoginPr'g. The Vandrtbilt fire-box
is a cylindrical in form, which gives
increased strength and heating sur-
face. It is said to be the first innova-
tion in fire-boxes for locomotives
since the days of Stevenson, who in-
vented the locomotive.
During last May an infant child o'
our neighbor was suffering from chol.
era infantum. The doctors had given
up all hopes of Mecovery. I tok a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house,
telling them I felt sure it would do
"good if used according to directions.
In two days time the child had fully
recovered. The child is now vigorous
and healthy. I have recommended
this remedy frequently and have
never known it to faiL.-UMr. Curtis
Baker. Bookwalter, Ohio. told by
Anti-Monopoly rug Store. m
The Same Toe Seaer.


The friends of ex-State Treasurer
Collins will be pleaded to learn that be
ha lost none of his running as a wit
nor phkosopby as am agrieultrtat, as
the following items will indicate:
,"Mm. Sawyer had a general e-aa-
ag out tof bw lamps the other day
and threw the wasings out baek of
the marriage beors. I came alon a
few hours later and at once begaq to
explore for searfce dinctions of oil.
No telliag what is besesat our soil."
"The fisfst wauselom we have
men thl year wam prssaed to the
agriuttural editor thie week by Hon.


Two colored ee0riom left Oalai
yesterday, oe over the Seaboard Air
LiAe, for Lake Charm in Orange
1 county, the other over the Plant Sys-
tem for DeLeon Springs in Volusia
county.
Wanted.-A salesman for Florida.
Must be able to furnish his own con-
veyance. Give age experience In
business, and two or more written
recommendations from good firms.
Dickey Drug Co., Bristol, Tenn. 7-64t
Hon. John G. Long, United States
consul general at Cairo, Egypt,
is now en route to the States, and ez-
pects to reach Florida in September.
He is accompanied by his wards, the
Misses 8tickney, who have been In
in Egypt with him.
Prescriptions- Postoffice Drug Store.
It is universally conceded that
Capt. Samuel R. Pyles, who lives on
hammock land in the Shady Grove
precinct, has the finest crop of corn
ever grown in this county. It is a
feast to the eyes.
To eradicate worms from the system
give the child plain, nourishing food
and White's Cream Vermifuge. The


Stes the Oeuag and Works o the
a*s
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
av.. Price 25 cents.
From the Oeala viealg Star ef
Apr Isat, ISI.
"We are indepted to Mr. George
Close for the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the moat s.cceeful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is propeaous."
Mr. Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
hbad especially adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
and tomato reed. See display adver-
vertisement-in another column. 7-12tf
seamped eneets.
A reward of $10.00 each will be paid
by me for the recapture, or for infor-
mation that will enable me to recap-
ture, Ben Jordan, about 27 years old,
light gingerceake in color, rather short
and stammers a little.
Stewart Green, coal black, about 2
years old, rather short, with long sear
under left ear. Escaped from county
road July 1t&b. ALLAX BO-loEmS,
7-19-2t Overseer.
Write to Wreas.
For a copy of the famo'-s three coon.
ratlume, two-step, eu:itled, "Tickled
to Death," price 10 cents; or sheet
music entitled, "Trotting through the
Park," price 1) cents; or a beautiful
deck of illustrated playingeards, pri-e
25 cents, write to W. B. Wreun, Traf-
fie Manager, Plant Sy.4em. Savannab,
Ga.



Th igtmer teis on every oox of the a m uai
LaxItive Bro -o.Quimiae
as 43 0d7 t0 C aO M C l o dW
For a copy of the famous three
coon rag time two-step, entitled
"Tickled to leath,'" send 14 cents, and
for a beautifully illustrated deck of
playing cards, write B. W. Wrenn,
passenger traffic manager, Plant Sy.
tem, Savannah, Ga., sending 25 cents
in postage or cash.
Clkbs of Five.
To the friends who will forward us
a elub of five cash subscribers we will
seOd the Ocala Banter a year free!




TOY GRiAPHOPHOIL


Rheumatism
What is the use of telling the rhe'umaic
that be feels as If his joints were beinh di, s
located? 4
He knows tlIt his sufferings are very 4
much like the tortures of the rack.
What he anmt to knoe is what will per- 4
manently cure his disease.
That, according to thousands of grateful!
testimonials, Is 4
Hood's Sarsaparilla
It promptly neutralizes the acid in the 4
blood on which the disease depends, corn-
pletely eliminates it. and utre-Uthef M the W
Wysmma ut ists rtiarn. Try .ood'.

Are YVo 8*6ag Away This Sumer?
If so you will consult your own in- 4
terests by calling on or addressing the 4
undersigned for summer excursion 4
rates to mountain, lake and seaside 4
resorts. Attention is directed to the
reduction in summer tourist rates to
Virginia and Atlantic coast reports,
and to the fact that tourist rates are 4
authorized to Washington. Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, Providence 4
and Boston, by rail to Norfolk, thence
via steamship, in addition to rates via
Savannah ard steamship. Folders, 4
sailings and sleeping car arrange- 4
ments furnished promptly. Cheap 4
excursion rates to Buffalo by all rail,
through Washington, Louisville or 4
Cincinnati, or via davannah or Nor-
folk and steamship, through New 4
York City. 4
F. J. Huber, depot ticket agent, 4
Ocaa, Fla.; MissJ. C. Maughs, city 4
ticket agent, Ocala House, Ocala, Fla. 4
F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville; B.
W. Wrenn, passenger traffic manager,
Savannah.


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CWJEFFORDS

Wholepaale and Retail


raiq


ar~d


Flour, Bacon,
Meal, Hams,
Grist, Shoulders,
Rice, Lard,
Cottonseed Meal, Fist


proui ioir
Sugar,
Syrup,
Cheese,
COfe,
SButter.


Canned fruits and vegetables. '-White Rose" brand.
Evaporated fruits, nuts, raisins, prunes, dates. fancy
crackers and candies, canned meats, fish and mi.
Farrinaceous goods etc. In a word, a COMPLETE
GROCERY STOCK, clean and fleh. Just received
a car of "Harvest King," THE BEST Flour ever
brought here: in barrels and half barrels One hun-
dred cases Octagon Soap. Potash and Peaerlie.



My Prices are Always Low
Fal Coma. ",wD Wen i h3w Xi r mim
P 4emqw V BPRCW


OCALA


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-FLORIDA


COIAIMEIICIAL BANK. OCALAI

[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jackwsoville.

CAPIT A T. .50,000

Accounts of Finnrms, Corporations and lndividuJal SoltelLd.
Prompt Attentmon to all BeMtmim atreaed to o ar. e.
Exchange Bought aad Sold.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS





THE SOUTHLAND RABBITBIBS
Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred

BELGIAN HARES

From recent Impprtations, Qiean Lipton, Yorkshire m1
Dash Pnnce,, Kin; Wantage~ Dake William aud Dmb
Wonder. Write us,


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Absolutely PURE

and Free from all,

adulterations. It is

heartily recommended by the best

> medical authorities.
SFor sale exclusively by

SGEO. A. HUTCHINS Manager
) McGrath's Depot for Imported and Domstic Wine, 4
) Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED BAVARIAN BEKR
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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

-MA3L) IU. SOCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1901. DOLLAR A YA.Z


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Fre 4 Smobbscly. o rI m.WOm~


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Ofi '-I Atimaits
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it!ov 1 is t efit )

Vi. F &L.Wagomais quit. seriimusly
..k mkh somwist hbr.
WO #01011 GAMfmamiliar beblad
m# veosomm am I& Pa.maI
ame go" 4 skerw, lmis.HOUry

4 "lm ON Utm Team" amu~mmby


pm" cOmem people ane
64 LAI. Welt eowimlo. eueellsmt

J GV 1101Mhumbob~t aplace
mw (~~a ed Will sped a pant
0" 11s -- asr Shar.

mr. ulomaied .4b lrnt "gsem
adk~ob efat 09 s (OMI 1H00100Y*s-

%or. 1010Lftfmmus, of thaw 0"
%maw #w", is aseadlu the week at
[A&* woor vi (bp. 3. 3. Pyle.s MW
family.
I me Ammi. MkWAe ulamdlY ha OF-
itwd frhma s"a wka v"Wt tofrileds&
Said robouea a&I('uthilwta" vaI-
4-t. 4 its -a


Waldo W. Martin, of
pntmm vitor to tfcals
MIg haus with old


Mm. J. J Uerlg smdmothert. Mrp.
U m. left yjomftdy hr Owsmmea.IN.
to nad sdw aeftme. They no
tb. tworast of Mr--. tUreva'. health.
urcutlmi ubert itulloek. of this
... as okwe" (aiming i.'ntIbuutmadl
I,,~ iony years He my* he hai, the
.-, *-~.tga .jthis, yvar lie hkaoeve'r

%itIt V I Watim. timvelinc ac ci
A&:*-iLt* to( thvMl'ut $y~tre. whit "
a t I :% Wewi h1ay .tm-tioJack-
INS1. thow40": apayml


guermiele. itautirt Pn.a-r.tor better.
0 @ooen Is opele. rain.m a.-. tourtato,
-4Ai-i any .risu or w.'It'w Us

A. art. uedsavi .t4agations tit Maj.
a-w k% taaouoitwlI fGot I.ur ve~ry do-
*Ou- SII'-m~itilli,.slid aa isubter .'r
*. Atlial..Ugwo. 1,14. %11il ptoo. acu a-
,U :-alk -u au.fe'of Maine.
1' v I ajeti-osaw I'tmatibifle.lDrug l't.'re.
lor. W. A Hew kr mstill lt-k-.Alieto
H$ mmr-bt 6A Tm*l-W"1.tm f I, tenule'iWee
10where- ty mlalt" u. Xtir mlat large
11 p.~-*art%.. tue) %IIt Wetei iwat thme

Shas. INOubK that rhWamtUAIn06
to 4muvomd ioy urim- at idaditilt- 1telteud.
I 24g.mou 1.ae6cukl tW are.tewtd I Y thme
~ elie.) lut) a kiduey t'urt'always
111411110Mtb~u well. Agaia-Momo~polr

lb. all thaw -mogipts cu all in the.
'S -eli said mesh&a.Aat!lt' Uskpe. ak-ut
: mmiwmbie.' isa. a aximu of a
prim~amaacmt ~mlcasn of tbi-sla, and
#.Is mwuwry mill in- hamnored Which a
root awasy etherhave ;smwud away.
Mr Hoary A. Isam.. aped 7",. died
ima mes. mAy imIridy. He -mae to
4 by (m ft... alkmtba boumt leayears
RVs sad 1W a blg while W" "secretay
. A&Mm..m m~meolio01e o~ani N


T" 0lr 01at es d Whisk IN Observ-
oom i IM so Nmoe Teoa to.
ross a"d Weeds ad Pp-.
ase tb at Wi ats and
"wla.:
In view of thb meeting of the Board
of Trade at the nurt-house last
alt; the sIresnnuo efarts it has
mae for building up the town and the
little encouragement it has received,
especially from thoee who are largely
the btwoeniaries of its efforts, it will
be appropriate abd in order for the
latter to cut out the following rules
and paste them in Sheir hats for con-
stant reference, meditation and reflec-
tion :
I. Join no organization looking to
tie upbuilding of the town. It will
I 1w an incentive and encouragement to
these who give their time and money
and expend their eloquence to keep
alive such organizations.
L. Impugn the motives of those who
joit and become active and enthusi-
antic members and charge them with
a desire to advertise themselves with
the hope of securing some local politi-
cal office. This inspires patriotic men
to work all the harder for the public

3. Give an ice bath to every enter-
prime, ieedict its early failure, and
tcotribute to that end by patronizing
rival aIndustries In rival towns. It wiln
eaeourageothes to Invest their money
I hbeme induirie.
4. When a committee calls on you
for a coutrdbuton for a town celebra-
ties, or any good eause the purpose of
whih is for the town's growth and
prie,aettke a sore-headed mlser, and
yisld up your sickle contribution with
as muse ll-taste, sour temper, gloom
sad despair, and prophecy of evil, as
peolible. It will lighten the burdensof
tUe eommitteemen and send them on
their way rejoicing and full of enthu-
sitsm la their work of love in the up.
building of the city.
5. When strangers visit the town let
them wander around loose and en-
lighten themselves by reading the
signs and pumping the professional
curb-stone patriots. The visitors will
carry away a delightful remembrance
of the city and advertise it to their
friends wherever they may go.
6. Backbite your public officials and
accuee them of pandering to vice and
enme and being controlled by the
toughs. Incidentally prate about how
vice flourishes and virtue goes unre-
warded and hangs its head in shame.
It will prove an incentive for officers
to perform.' their duties and for good
people to flock to the town to educate
their children.
7. Whenever the town papers differ
in the' slightest with your ideas of
public policy, declare that they have
been bought up, and drop the editor a
litne that reads like this: "Stop my
paper '" And when you run for judge
or -ame other utth'e. exIect him to
"turn the other cheek" and support
.iou heartily. And Ily way of variety
and in chorus "u.ss the editor. Let
himn under-tand that he is a flute for
other" to play on and has no business
with hiavintK ideas of his own.
,. Opi'oe any enterprise which is
not in exact acord with your own
idea.. It will he conducive to that
spiritt of t-'once.sion and unity which
is ncewsary and ee-ntial to progress.
:'. (;ive *jaringly, if at all, to move-
lment- ftr the general good of the
town, event if you are the largest prop-
erty owner in it. It will spur on to
greater exertion- the public spirited


citi/ze,- of your town to renewed ef-
fortm for it- up-Icuilding and induce
the coming and the help of others.
11i. Oloerve the above rules closely
and thert'e c-i he no doubt about the
builtiug up of our town. It will
grow and continue to grow- up in
weeds -until it shall ultimately be-
come a tit habitation for blind bats
and hooting owls.
slewn to Atoms.
The old idea that the body some-
time' needs a powerful, drastic,. purga-
tive pill has been: exploded:, for Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per-
feetly harmless. gently stimulate liver
and bo rels to expel polsonious matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
constipation and sick headache. Only
LIU at Garett&t A (.rir'a drnw stor. 1


I


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 such troubles, for I can
honestly state I have prescribed it in
hundreds of cases with perfect success.
Anti-Monopoly Drug tore. m
The S. B's. Eatertalaed.
On Wednesday evening Misses Mary
and Bebeeca Anderson entertained
the D. D's. at their beautiful home on
South Third street, complimentary to
Miss Violet Harris, who leaves Mon-
day for Alabama.
Hearts were played on the lawn un-
til a late hour. The prize, "The
Crisis," was cut for by Mr. Arthur
Uray and Miss Violet Harris, the for-
mer winning it.
Dainty refreshments were served,
which were enjoyed. A most delight-
ful evening was spent.
Activity in the Flagler Region.
Farmers are beginning to make
preparations for the early crop of veg-
etables. The prairie lands, which
overflowed during the heavy rains,
are now dry. Within the next few
weeks hundreds of acres will be
plowed. The farmers are making
preparations to plant a much larger
acreage than ever before. The plant-
ing of citrus trees is engaging the at-
tention of many of the growers now,
and the increase in planting citrus
trees over any previous year will be
enormous. This is not confined to
the Miami section but extends over
the coast line from Fort Lauderdale
south to Black Creek.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 19, 190)0.
We have handled Dr. Moffett's
Teethina ,Teething Powders, ever
since its first introduction to the pub-
lic and trade as a proprietary medi-
cine, and our trade in it has steadily
increased from year to year until our
orders now amount to two or three
hundred gross per year, which is a
very strong evidence of its merit and
the satisfaction it is giving to the
mothers of the country, for they say
that nothing soeflectually counteracts
the effects of the summer's hot sun
or overcomes so quickly the troubles
incident to teething.
THE LAMAR & RANKIN DartU Co.
7-19-2t Wholesale Druggists.
White Cream Vermifuge not only


Impertet Beard of Trade Meeting.
The meeting of eitisne at the eort
home last night to hold up the hands
of the Board was enthusIastie and
hopefully large.
The organisation will be continued
and more seal be infsed into it; or, at
least, that is the proeise.
Mr..J. F. Edwards ofred the Bord
a room la the Omeal Hon ready faro-
ished free of charge for permanent
se for which he wus tendered a vote
of thanks.
Mayor Fisbe, General Bullock, H.
L. Anderson, Charles Rhbelnaer. .
A. Wistherkm Major Chas. W. Camp-
bell, President Ford, Secretary Wil-
liams, C. L. Bittinger, Frank Harris,
and others, made remarks appropriate
to the occasion and stimulating the
efforts in the upbuilding of the city.
A meeting will be held to-night
to discuss the proposition of re-
moving the Methodist Conference
College from Leesburg to Ocala.
Arranging Editors' Trip.
The Florida Press Association has
not as yet perfected their plans for
visiting the Pan-American exposition
at Buffalo. The trip will doubtless be
made on a date ih September, yet to
be named. Colonel Appleyard, secre-
tary of the association, left last night
for Tallahassee to talk with Governor
Jennings on the subject, and It is ex-
peeted the date for "Floridsday" will
then be arranged, and other matters
of detail will conform as near as poe-
sible to the plans of the Florida
editors, whose purpose it is to boom
the state, for a movement that will
make "Flgrida ay" the biggest ever
knona, of a imiliar character.-
Time-UnIon and Citizen.
Dr.Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy-
siclan of Smith Grove, Ky., for over
thirty yearw, writes his personal ex-
perience with Foley's Kidney Care.
"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


Sore



Hands


-- Pad FhSA b-b--.


he Stato Fair.
The following circular letter has
been sent out from Jacksonville by
the general manager, G. P. Healy:
To the Exhibitors of the State Fair:
To the end that there may be full
exhibits of all of the resources of the
sate, the management of the fair feel
that thereis o time to be lost by
tho who intend to compete in pre-
paring their exhibits at one. Every
county exhibit abould be carefully
prepared throughout the summer.
All fbm, products that must be car-
ried over the summer should be care-
fully looked after, that they may be
in the best possible condition when
the fair opens. There is already a
large demand for space, and those in-
tending to show should send in their
applications for space at once. Pens
and sheds must be built for stock, and
It is of great importance that the
management know as soon as possible
what will be wanted.
Counties should know as soon as
possible what space they will need
and communicate with the manage-
ment at once. Individual exhibitors
should, as far as possible, make their
exhibits a part of their county exhib-
it, while they may at the same time
show as an Individual exhibit.
Bead carefully all the regulations
and rules in the premium list, and if
you have not received one send to this
office for it. The management is de-
sirous of giving every aid in their
power to exhibitors and are at all
times ready to give any information
they may have. We ar .working to
one end-for the good of the state.
Sraege Spnags Agalte eeomg a
Wealth nd Smmer RAsemt


For


Gents'


Furnishings


Beckham & Co's


New Store


Leads


All.


lOUSng of
H APPLY
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ABERBASMERY.


Merchants' Block Oeals, Fla.


HICKORY

STOVE WOOD!

Having now taken the management
of our stove wood businms oanseves,
we name thesehedule of ratebeiow-
Oneco.d (z2Scubic feet packed, or 200 cubic
feet thrown in) $3oo00.
One load, thrown in (65 cubic feet) .09
One load, packed in (65 cubic feet) S'se.
Delivered town. Cash de .
Parties owning a teram. w wood r their
own use, can get it at the fctr at the rate of
$1.75 per cord. or i cent per cubic foot. 1eah0 or
u3z, cents per cubic foot, packed by the loe.
Orders can be placed at our ouee by
'Phone No. 8, or by mail, Box 727.


SPOKE AND Rxx F~c-moav.
0. WV.BRMAGAN, Agt.


CW CIAMPBELL sr


The following perons have grqer-
ed herm this week: Chritopher Math-
Ison, Gainesville; Judge and Mrm.
Mamon, Gainesville; B. C. Bannerman,
Portland, Me.; G. W. Barker and
wife, Anthony. They are here to
recuperate at the spring.
0. P. Roes's young orange grove is
becoming a thing of beauty, and
promises fine results.
Professor Brinson and family at-
tended a reunion of his family at
Eureka on Sunday, the occasion being
the eighty-first anniversary of his
grandfather's birth.
Dr. Goddard, of Citra, answered a
professional call here Tuesday. He
has established an enviable reputa-
tion as a physician and gentleman.
Miss Anna Wells, of Fort McCoy,
entered the normal for the teachers'
course last Monday.
Rev. Mr. Nortpon is conducting a
protracted meeting at the Methodist
Episcopal church.
A Big Land Sale.
The trustees of the Internal Im-
provement Fund have closed a big
land deal with outside capitalists for
200,000 acres of land, in the vicinity
of the Thousand Islands. J. M.
Barrs, of Jacksonville, is attorney for
the capitalists, who do not wish their
plans given to the public. However,
it is said that their purpose is to drain
and reclaim lands which will be of
great advantage to the state in gen-
eral and South Florida in particular.
It is claimed that these men will ex-
pend over a million dollars in the
near future in the draining and re-
clamation of lands, and the erection
of various plants for enterprises
which they will establish.
Deputy United States Marshal J.
M. Forbes on Wednesday arrested
Joe Briton on a boat at Panacea
Springs. Mr. Forbes thought he was
getting a smuggler of aguardiente.
Briton was brought to Tallahassee
and taken before Commissioner
Hodges, who, for lack of testimony to
convict him, discharged the prisoner.
Ol lIndications Uultiplying.
Our surface indications continue to
be reported. Mr. W. A. Finley, liv-
ing near Ocala, has a spring rich with
oil and the water of which is undrink-
able.
Surface indications are reported at
Daisy and other places.
If these places are "salted" some
individual has been kept pretty busy.
Aiding and Abettig.
Whisper it very softly. The Gaines-
ville News and the Palmetto News are
printing divorce notices.

I Enl m 1


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MetaVU. soaI
a., 4 to busy
ft.-ONd


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SOAK the hands anrefh
In a strong, hot. Creamy lath
of Cwticura. Soap Dry, a"d
anoint frvely with Caiuri Onto
ment, the great skin cm, an
purest of -aaI,-- --,Wear, doe-
Ing the, niightol, o~pIm ki
glo-veswith the fnrenh 0cu
off a"d air hales cathsieI'm
For red m ,chapped


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Million, of Peopl
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Land Expert
And Promoter
Of Florida Enterprises









- h~ in&W~ TIIJULY1S


THE OCAIA BANNER.


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What w%-uM Hill do with tbo demo.;
avo -sEac oiqtiOf 1104'1'
The &,wk bto go wftC ought to be
aui~dw ttb, U on --- omumthe. -
And litle jimmie Eckle hoont
mAld a *sord &boo theObk' pitetuis.
The 6- etwja the hb t ta
Fhnds boo 44.,la) =mie mals than


SPeras no political party in this
country ws more lggrafted in the
afeetons of the people of the United
I 8taU them the old whig party.
It wa the party of Henry Day and
no man since his day has taken bs
place as the great popular idol of the

He was the author of the policy of
p to tAmeran todeatrie.."
wi which i still the winning card for the
party P hi appopriaed it.
The whig party eimbed to a high
plane of morality-its leader pnro
. n eaeed the strae political detrine
that he "bad rather be right than be
preidesat"-oppaoed the war with
Mexico and the peat whig party was


We had t partmans o the Fourth.
ew wud it do to have Mallry o pay
dwaft. vop a maceimm'm war.
T tCro Rii o mi Ls for the en- The deme eatic party precipitated
agameet et m me for his army the war with Sain and had Mr.
ad ary th year. cveland, who wa thea the oceepast
4eamul Lad I Ra- ~ys that of the White Hoa gv, the demo-
Ibat L Le was me of themreatems eatib p edeAsal nominee the sap-
aemenof ay *a p&*t that was rihtflly expekcd ftem
the -em s tMe Teapb him, he woue l ave bees elected. amd
Ss M d W" witVh a s cM war on its hand theU
ses ba&WVy 1e-m p i would lare been II-
dk. U IOt his sl uioft r the at thit
de s f g A y ou*-
POW ft 3mL aw ,of Lake It t its head ad threw away itl

Id -b opfa" s the pupeGcs dof vie.
at m"ao aS do a& se the teuwasism
46 bb te L It was whipped to a fraaule on the
It S may *. aaeiee th tariff-; twie knocked* ot an the ucey


04moM TaMkWa"d COL Jobs A.Im. and suebed to a joly oc anti.
ane vntingTamps at the E uw a, adjmperaiN1m6 anti
ezvebim ain sd anti-trmtisn.
"W of ik Uaiedsowarmy The only thing the party can do
Ad -now iFto "g"t tage~hr,t' bedeits tisce.
of tOe seoml ezpeod!inm,
ofI a i d4. watch its advermry. and be
aud ~ BiyPreP&red to take advaa toge of any
$m~ be domweraftof O io stoke it may make.
daw wwe@a e t The. SeI &a me&Se em.PSow"to a T.
At the meeting of &be Vew york
lbm s mvew "Mb n n heprof cs~at Buff"* P, det
sOM ~if of led a" Ic"Klin had the peliti t.of. the (ha
b" 3- MWL anw ivmd wbrn bemead:
Soi 4m t bw Wo Etam dOr 'nIth all if ts blm tw mmat .
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an ao o& u lw*dd mother weuli -o Vehomohave bom
be bow&" Vhe emem" w edi-:; wftta oabeat hedw ia"d.l.
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NXr Fhg' a ad ~~ ~ s~~as
Smctwe -re"iacu The Fhleer secateorl bg..Jm ba
The edimer of the (is an ~er was inrd smace Editer Fraaik far-
apponemtd a tminq( Um the te, 4gri. ris paied it:a aut -A the wei.-Tam-
'cultura ('wlegeas Lake City by GOT. Iftht
ernor Mitchell in the earty part of his
in th*e re~ia:J'.daHce
adlimmo an v r-ppeuo elev-z~ed to the ,.. Lt-cx-e zqkack._'
Se j if Weapr~wzines: tas a truee-. a k
.) that ingfitute*ha. munfaveraly a!-
ffctl" his deumncrmcthe maerw _*Of Ite~'iT~
w.aely tm vn, MA~ tading.

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1*, ke is thee=&o*of osthe arj .-2W.*..PA

:I akeW e u ecoao m te 'st~ hear, e
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Mr. Wa T ur Nag miaerIs to t
Unraited 8taes from Chia, wa the
guest of honor at Phidelpbia on the
Fourth of July and delivewd a mt
graceful and surprisingly patriotic
oraioo.
We hope what the distinguahed ce-
lestial said may be read by Mr. Me-
Kinley and hib supporters and admir-
es Indeed. it would not be a bad
idea to bave the remarks of the dis-
tinga =hed and diplomatic Chinaman
ieorpomated into one of the Presi-
dent's meages. It would freshen it
up with live cokoring matter.
Mr. Wu said:
'This nation. it seevm to me, has
Dot spring into existence without a
manilt detnuy. There mst be some
nobe endi for which the independence
of the unitedd States watabs sed
It was to demutrate to the world
what great good to mankind a ftee
and independent people can do; to e-
tablish a "government of the people,
by the peopleandfor the people" to
preserve law and order: to treat all
people alike with fairem and justice;
to do away with self and eannifn
feeling: to mate American patriodme
Synoaymo with i play, wih ore
of mankind, with freedom and liberty
in aceordanef with law and j)ame.
By pw iathee b at ends this Be-
pebl- wW lmme the greaset power
upon the oarh, sad you eatias of
this gr et coutry wf be towre thac
ever pered sad loed by an."
A uee Phs le Words
la TRpeta Ka.') tis a pWpe pab-
Inbed by oam J. H. C(~bMa a mqr
a ret artclet wiicb *owIs Mm to
be aewof the mn e l met--A
member of his mae. T.h w
extract will,su'ae to give an idm of
the charae of hbis article:
-Tbe nue is the only Ome of God's
Nmunw wbo is e aly a med of
hiasef. who really wants to change
thepeeuliar racial eoJorof his fare:
who wants the kinks and earbl o"t of
his wool: when by *ome book or
eook there chances to be a saAeat
qaantity of Caasian blood to blech
his complexion, wants to draw the
line and get ever into the white man's
eamp; who. when energy. thrift or
chamb e puts a few dollars ito is
pocket, waats to be white; who, whea
some por old mother or father has
4aved or eruieced to send him to
elege, wafts to get away frem the
m All theme ad a few ere an
plia to r ace, with early 1,y
oO people in this emaaty who are
blnek, te oappereay or lekm to
par pma thm wea esf sthe mee tis
IAL With poewag m m
eO ouWpeople.me amsMt be so r-w
prIed ~tM thee hold be so msree
a demand Sfr esram w k ad to
d4 viem. to the hbomwdiork of owr
C*a -or. What the me aden more
tasn vile aesumm. is s ap sad waler 0
tdmetrioly applied to the eiele,

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THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 9, 19001.


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Mr. L F. Whttebhed returnul to ,4o.tochs topo b .................. 47 51 9
4;. inman............ ... w.ofne ofne ..............f..1ne ofnea o 10 12
Jiiilllday. (. rtonn .................... coat apt35ft e of nw cor of uneu of ,
M rs. IL P NoWn a... *w ,i** 1321 .................
Mv .. Iti. Jfames aeut a few days, thence ec42o ft saioftw 420 ftn 210 ft to 2
be da. m .p o b .. .......... .......... .. .. o2
It ther B lu t.r. M.. ., ot fsDun- c ... a .. ........ ....... n' ofse .......................... .......... 12 13 21 s .61 2 13
ls theo rt wek. Douga-..................' of set, forfir z-9 ........ ..... ....... 12 23 1 s81.61 2 13
M w Turnp ed :turday c o ....................... ofe for s ...... .. ..........................12 13 1 St.6 2 13
MM. (i-rrA IurLWP'Ee %A ....................... ntof swl, and sw% of se% .. ............14 13 21 So 3 24
#@r a .outb' vil,,t I., relatives |at W 1 ,l lItt. ....... ..........lot.-s2 and;3 blk iBenedict Heights ..... .13 2t
!*<*? sout* 9 ** rel a to B tt ** 5ex5 yds e and w by i76yds n and sin ne
cor oof t; .. ......................... ..
Mtw iy U .pkd ne.................... corn at sw cor of Stephen Fernandez grant 132
Mr J. .V. TuripaW *l|enut Sundal y .thences 44deg45 min c 21.37 chs n .% 3
-i "r 1girl a deg 30 mine ,too chs n 44 deg 46 min w
thi b.* 1t grl t Fello~whi|,. 4i ~4 '40 chs t. w bdy of said grant thence s
S. faPI' are'r.iii-g ,, ver tIs : degE ominws5t.75 :hs top o b............ 1o 14 25
W raer a rai. n- r N .. H Wright ........... con at a pt 2 32 chs s deg 30 min w
ltot rWy .uiu day,. a0d f.*tdlr is.. from .w cor of Stephen Fernandez
Owlga wt u t SI1er"grant ................ ... 13 21
u .-uT m it in w :..2 c6s ni64 deg 30 min w t:.o
-1 l chs n 2. .ltg ; min e49 ischs topo 1 .... 131.3o0 o 135
o S R ,. M'4*- ,'...t H Wriht ..........com at a pt nZt 4 chs n ;s deg 30 mine from,
W ~- w car of stephen Fernandez g:ant ......... 3 .2
a thnuud havr t:itn r-tor.d thence n tdeg min e 22 cs 44
.l l i o, hy the u- 4.deg4 ;nlixn e 12.2o0chs S25 deg o min w
l, b th aed hal1'li* Iy th u.,e ,, 22 -och- n 44 deg 45 min w 12.tc chs to u
a* rain' ', l.-m y. If o 1 ..... ......... .......... ... ..... ....... 25.50 3. o
f l: A..ter i ............... ........nwi. ofna ...... .......... 24 13 40 1 S
If &ON14-twol with a Ud t n irt .r Illug1,-v. i....................comn at a pt i 2oches of ne or ( fnw1, 26 13 21
I ivr attrt r nthence w4 chsn 1.40 chs w ,i chs 37c
,r. atae ir trail f,,r it i, rtaia chsw N ,chs s-..; chs w 3. chs .
of fSerow elurl;' ..h,-that have chs e z ch.l- 4 chs e i ti elsc n u-.-o
.. ur t .. !-1hr ve chs to oh ..................... ........ 35 5 ?
e at il ,al tbw r I rIesta n lJ q.t ye ch- l.jjt.. ........................%W1 of :1w, ........................ ...... 30 13 21 40 3 S I
edtr retW atnt. r y a.l -. kt -*- ..............*... e of ......................... ...........-- .... 3I32 40 3
t .-Med t.h: rrm y aud r eM:.j Ha'........... ..........- e-e -chs q in nw cor of ne ofse
he.mlb 18% io n rtwle d. (j and I. cbsch n and son n side sf nw 1
g1 h llth ha, i i restored. C(a w of e ............. ........ .. ............. .. 23 3 3 22 129 53 3 57
aw-" a ed hb- ',~~ that the eliurat k ., s CIT.'-&......... ..lot 2 of t1lk : Sparr....... wcs 21 and 2 1322 1 x 63
t eoed h. .vth th t, W ;r.anham ............ .. lots 24 and 25 lc : 09 acres in nw cor and
.4 f ,U- -slth -,oreT ,f l .4 failed t, t-... 4 acre- to church and school .................. 3 62.8 4
esli.fl w Ow a**U*A 6 I T H,:' .........................t... ... t 7 .......................................... 7 23 4o 0 2
t a te* I rsa UtlY .'v %............. ......... ': of w: and .ei ofnw ............... 12 13 2. 120 1. i 2 47
I lt. I r .a to .l.ti* l edy ;r lntham ................ .. cm at a pt 7, yds s of ne cor of se',......... 15 13 23
'** r ** .tll y a ..............henct w 210 yds 230 yvds e 10o yds n 230
D rug V pI vd. t. p o b ......... ....... .. ....... ........... 10 2 40
S. I. .. ........ ...... com at a pt :6 chs v of.sw cor of nei of


Omeer form
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........ ....... ..
se .................. ....... ..... *......... > 13 !4
thence e :' chs n 3 it chs w 3.1i' chs
;., ch< tot o b ...... .........................
i nkno n .. ........... el, ofe ot lot3 .... .............. 13 24
. *--. w........f lots. and 11 ..... ................ 1513 24


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OWNER


DESCRIPTION OP !A"D


I -=a" N TWICE. I

Ohe-aks, Ju I.-Thm) is con- ICE I HERm GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DEscaKERD LANDS WILL B
OealJ" a July 17.--fTbW 1 i on- .Y ,sold at pablc auction on
26 8 oil ecirmtemat around the eedjay, the Fifth Day r fAugust A. D. 191,
h ba- t in tiS e man with the *S. at Ccala. Florida, in the county of Marion, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the
SM T wg k **me ". *r^. *amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertise
amti ianM t frq ltaUly. When .5-
* gmbqs" bein to spout there "L A
DESCRIPTION OF LAND I. Acres. ;
UW e ftmd" e t e. 4caftual to the Ock- Io H
wa.W b rive. on that thia s -tloO mayit y j1 Cin ...... .. 4 acres bounded n by Electric street s by
Sboth rail and wat-r trau port. Sminarstreet orangespring .. .......... 4 $ 72
SJ H Collins ........... ...........all of blk zr 4 e of Spring street and s of
ll Main street Orange Springs......... ..... 4 1 42
T OUtIU tnh this WCetion is not do- 3 H Coun ................. 4 acres bounded n b Kelby street w by J
S bAM of the beay nD. H olnonroe s by Dell street Orange Springs 36 4 x 4
Sng061. mJof th avy rails j H Colitns ... ................... e% of ne .............................. 36 t o So
ppi the g fWtb. tmleveal farm- J H Colsins %.................. s% of.w ...............-.....--... 21t 24 so I So
J H Collins."and. ........... e~5of ne and swy of ne) and w% of
us how -- t uider their crop and .se. of nw% of ne% and e', of ne% of
_p^ Peas !se' and s% of se% ex 2 acres in a square
in sw cor of seX of seV ...................... 3o s 24 223 6 39
dwlm 4p.Ser and family of J n Colnin ... ....... sw% of ne uand se34of se anrid se of
sw autd ue% of se% less so% acres in
1116 8 nWMwu tiaw gon the lake, o00 sw cor and acremin nw cor tu W H But-
ems- of Mr H *ler and nw3 of se% less 5 acres to Missl
n utgo -- ne Mr. Prveman's "at-1 A S Bonham ......... .......................-3113124 ES-18 4 61
boak Awe-wr3 .JH Collin- .......... ... nw and n% of s! and na of ne and
ST T t-oew. w% of se% and S8acres in a sq form inune
W611 1 hm aliftmav ctclubbed to. cort of w/, of sw... ....................... .321124 4o08 747
m t a ie to catch Nancy Peterson .................... comn at apt 5chs w of necor................... 3 122 o
SW beo t a wine to catch, then. :sit cs w 8 -3chsn Ua chse S 1-3
& W mf ly mu ke 'chs ............................... 10 2 40
Harriet Davis ....................... corn at a pt 22 7- chs s of nw cor.-.- 3 2a 20
The Mi Norr. of (Oeal, are thence u 4.48 chs e 4.54 chs to branch sw,
VbU*4 isadl -e s mak. with branch top o b............. 1...... i 1 39
w-n- O -h fIB le. Paid cor at a pt io.o2 chs w of ne aor of sw.. ta 15 12 o
Tbe waqe g rre never looked thence w 10.02 chss 26.94 chs e o.o02 chs
n 26.4 chs ........ .. 27 2 73
t~sser a 14e IOa&, and never since then ; L aynes ........ .......... ..... lot29 sub of sec 23 of Arredouda grant 23a220 10 a47
.L Havues ........................ lot 35 sub ot sec a3 of ArredoMtalgreat...... 2 a312ao 10 247
a tWe ntfl ba wM amay luquiriee MryM V Dupuis.......... combat ne corof lot 2 fractional gov
heet property, both to buy aind rent.I enc .........s ........in... .......
S-- chs a iSche i9.25chstooob............... 33 19
TAT& eT Omii. CITY *F"TOLUKO. i T L cooper ......... lot 4 and 11.44 acresoa w side of lot 3 fractl
[A1A ( .1 7Y. USgaurvev...2--.. ............ ...... 24120 6583 495
K J. (.U "5 make 0h tht iHumphrey Christopher.......... !com at se cor of aw..... ............. Io
tPRANs J. ME-NeV tkf @ tt bthat thence w5.4ochsn 3.2C chs e 2 23 c.hs s
he ias ser partner of e ran- of- 3.16 chs e 3 I7 cbss 10 chs .............. 6.11 240
SRandall Walker ...... ......... con at se corof naw of tw% ........ ........ 25 2 a o
P. J.C Y & C.,40 del 1 bnet in i thence n 3.6 chs w :5.So chss 3.6 chs w
4 o2ch s 7 chsesaochs a chs.................. 19 2 40
i(W 4W lebd. eeonty ad mtate ITLCooptr ........................com atlnw cor of .......... 25 12aa
^- dJ A m rm w tie l thence s13 68 chase s67 chs n 3.16 chs e
Ste 6 33 chs n zoachs. w a chs............. 25 35: 4
se OO utRUNDRED DOLLAR81 aV Vaub ........... .of w 61220 ...... a a So 381
___,Naroep Iall .....~............. of ~oIfsw3ofwla*ad.e! of sw. ofsw a6v s, 3or
i- mry 4 101a f EIamSu le .............. ... e. ofe2fseosee sx 5 chse aN ne o.
e .. -y 8 wby6chap aadsinswcor...-. ..28120 8 109
Mal tCATAWCnU. se .e^ .. o_. ....eV. I" 6 ,^
AI Atsn J. CHENEY. iof. ... o~ : a.o. e-- ..... ..... 10 i 6
ImWt M im s ............ ........ e o % at ofse wM o ... ..-. 34IM, 10to 1 i
VRAM J. CHIE.E. 042141.in 'r ...... ........ fsexofse%..3..... ........ ;4,: ,
le md o ri wmb W Mivckin ............... .. c.. at at OWt S hmO3f of aa31...2. .... 30 '34 ga

nOW piMN se thb day of De- s.73 cII t13"4cbsa1.9och to p o b...... 12 3 07
Daunt Howell. ............... nw% of eex7 c*70 yda e and w by t4o yds nB,
SA iD. and sin me cor.......................... .........- ... 35 a 38 411t
LI .....1-3of e.... 3U12
i M A Lewis ............... .... 4 "" 4 15
AA f MissALLewis .............. e 1-3w of ........- ....... a iso o6 415
A.WW MOO .- 4 ofteand w byw o37% ft n d s in sw cot
SW4ta pu c Peblic. ofre 2.3 of w% .... 36 2ao o 2 43
-'l.bl an C arl 1i taken inteor M Bateman .......-- .. lots 3 and 4 blk45 McIntosh secs 6 and 1712 z 7 25
oy t d tse difs Uy on the blood Mrs Dillie batmaks .................. lots r 2345 and6of blk 21 Mclntosh........
................ .............sec 6 and 7 1 at 1153
M e a rfaceI of the ystem. .'Pr ce ....... .................. lots and a subdivision of ........ 7 a a 20 337
g-4 hir be aBltrItih, a I. Betha I Walker. ............. of %e ......................... 2612 21 So 2 47
J ( lIE C.. Toledo, M WPhillips .......................... w, of nw% ofse% or w% of lot 7 and se~
of"sw S ..... ............ ........... 26 a22 at 6o 2 26
8W n4 by Dn i 7. 1RHI Walker .. ...... e of n a'%ofseO ore% of lot 7 and swl
ofsw> or lot 12 .................. ......... 12 6c 2 26
ilb MStWoB R H Walker .... ot 13 ...................... ...............-2. 7221 6 88 63
TB Wa.-ren ............... corn at se cor of Thomas Clark grant 12
*crs"' k 8Wttereu.re. Ora'a e.t..e r 1j.thence n 4o0 deg 16 min e 5.57 chs a 40 ;
deg 30 mine 2-. I chsto sw cor cf said;
Mr. 1kd Mmr. J. A. Davis nave re land thence s 40 deg 3o mine 4.S2 chs n
ltarmwdfroe ,ksth Florida atid wills o degt16 mine 2S.4o chsn4odg 3o main
wt5 fCssh49adegl26lmin w to po b varia-
vt4i friend, at this |-19' i tion 2 deg42 min e.............. ............... 13.95 9S 13
tl..ura de.Gattreau..... ......... it.59chs n andsby 4 95chse and w in se:
T ptauic at Loverv Iia W at* cor 2S 1221 s 21 411
*heotly c 6ehd. Feeryhed in at. Anna B Hopkins ................c oom at a pt 645 chs w of t cor .28.21,
leawuwlisd. am P 1"- .thence w143 6chsna16.59chse13.-.-6chs
eed*s* t re tr uit> a tilnt. *s 16 59 chs.................. ......... ... 22 12 S31
M r. IH I^s fra. s R H Walker .............. e'l ofne' and ne% of sw% and sw!j of j
Mr. J. R. Iitickla4Id a* frrrntu in e e..... ............. ... ...... 34 ta21 6o 6 13
Mr. W. Whe et hai ek Bertha I Walker ................ w of n and ney, of sel and se. of 'I 1
.w -..i..... .. ..............................................34. 1 2 1 30 51 i
Msa wthisto p M W PhitlipT.. ................ w2 o w and uw o se ..... ... I34 12I 120 48
f lt( H Salker ........................::.:. inw of neL,. and nw3. of se% and se of
om. F w i ne f. L ii 2 4k CI 78
bM Ell-s .13 h e ... ......................................... .....................220 -
Bertha I Walker .............. ......... Ises ofn 2e and ne3 of se3' and sw!/ of
se .. .. ................... ......... .. 35t1 10 4 78
1t. Na w jI mad Mr. Allen Hob- M WPhillips..............i...... e% ofeU ..ad sw. of at. ne..-1.. n a SO 3 4
aI M W hallips ................... .. sw of swX ...................... .... ...... 36 22...... 40o 1 o
Su. ywe i eat yeag we .evj. Duke.s ...... ... lots a 23 42 and 42 Borlsands sub of w' of,
dtm ne, of sw% ...... ..... 33 12 22 O 2 10
l ,oMl wolo wAn o y;; HCa ms ........................ ....... 4 o..w.............. 5 l24t15 2 479
Sbit @ f afteratm Mr.. H Co s"......... ...wu% ofnC....................................61.. 4 So I So
.sk ow ..... .................................... ,ad 6o 5
01 .r r*11 i.,ed gol itagl t Nidw ..... sw% Aofsex... ........ ..................15 40 o So
Lii H Annie and IMcMaha me ofsw aex2n.e25ch e5 andwno w U ,63o01 37-50.2J 59
Li e Annie nd c aha 3 of o f .......... ................ 21.... t o o a 210
ile nity S sprinkle a. .. ... ts. of sw% of uw ...... ..............1..as513 3O, 3 2 13
SSe .- Re:ty elpri ankle .......................f..... ............ 1320 So 549
Mrsti aEDewere I................................. n,% of e of se% of wne and 34 of sw%
** h "Wo. t. ..I ex na oUIse. o.. .sef of sw................... 2 13 o, o e, o93
"la." wM Ow .i Mrs a De e..e u.sw' of enw............. ....... .. ....... ...... 133153M .o 2
--imat. tJ <* fent tnd s ae s rHsDe Ws (R walker .. ...... ....... nwor taswp ......... ........ ...... 13 21' 4o 4
usses." wres.. ._ *,~.. or i. P p .--- thence s 20 40s 5
ag. >. M. "Me Ru H W'kchr ..4.oe..... 4ef. ane d neo ao ,w. and nw0 of
Sae'.and nw of sw ................. ........ 2 3 2 6o 4 72
ill Bertha I Walker...... .......-.nw' of ne' and ne' of sw!4 an1 nw of
i did me t uwd and e W Phithp"................njdI of sel ............ .... 23i2 160 4 7
I e Il mt. ey B Hull ................................. com at a pt 5.34 chs w ofne cor of se o 1
mg wt u e lt b fothence w x8.'6 chs 5 2 chs e 9.84 chsb e zo
-I S Oca'l Miti 1 chse83Schsn xochstopo b............. s w 37
RH Walker ....... ...... ... uw of-nw-andne of uen a ud n34 ofo
qasmd fa female truebl:e; I hat j sw% of ne .................. .... ,3 131 21 o 4 45
ag t n l tor W ihilth ........................se' of nek and s3-4 ofeU.of nw; 32 3. ,oo 3 S
88hey ge re an d IBertha I Halkcr ..... nw' of ne and neg of se'4 and sw, of
..wuNoher w ex .o link. n and s on side of swg ,
ma tek. Iets i. iD o of nw' ......... ............... ....... 3 2t x19 5129
t .. thence s zochs w s5 chs n2ocs c 15 chs
/in) ." 1" t|brW. to pob .......o..... 3 6 o9
bU oe. ,rmtyt 1y (larts a (eria. r"nown .-com at apt 2o ftn ot a pt 8.98': chs w of .,se

] thence n 5.56 chs w 8.985- chs s 5:56 chs
-.9S' chs to p obb ................. ........ 5 2 29
Soedr~io. ~~M: A L l.tc1.. .................. com at apt 23.7o chbs ofnw cor-.......... 6 3 21
thence s 26.0" chs e 5 cs n 3.28 chs c ;7 83
apma as ,,, st meana e Oa's Bon:se: Ichs n ;.6, cbhs et1.97 chs n 1o.33 che w


Unknown .... .................. s%! of lot 4 blk 19 n n x Ocala............... .
N M Allred et al ................ hotel blk blk i8 n s n Ocal .
NM Allred t at .. .................... :hotel blblkl1k s tor 1899 n snOcala ......
Unknown ......................... all of ex i3o ft n and s by 112 ft e and w in
ne cor of bik B Dann's central ad Ocala...
C W Willard ........................... 139% ~t e and w by 112 ft n and s in se cor
of lot S Caldwel'l's ad Ocala..................
Mrs P .Mclntvr ........... w'% of lot 12 Caldwell's ad Ocala................
Mrs Mattie Dunn ........... ... 'all of lot t6 Caldwell's ad Ocala........ .......
C M Living-to.n ....... e'' ex oo ft n and son n side of lot 23 Cald-
well's ad Ocala..... ...........................
W K Zewadk'............................ 70 ft e and wby 14o ft n and s in nw cor of
lot 2- Caldwell's ad Ocala
R E Lind('ayv............................ ... w 1-3 of wL of lot 3oCaldwell's ad Ocala...
J H L:ving-t :> Jr- io5 itsq in ne cor of w%. of lot 31 Cald-
well's ad Ocala....... .. .......................
J H I.vinz-ton ............... e of lot 31 Caldwell's ad Ocala
Mrs Rebecca DLv: ............... cm at a pt 210 It w of sw cor of lot 4o Cald-
well's ad Ocala thence w 75 ft n 231 ft e
; Sft s J31 ft top o b
Unknown .................................com at sw cor of lot 42 Caldwell's ad Ocala
thence u iSi ft e lno ft u 5o tte65 ft s 231
ft w 175 ft top ob .............. ...........
Unknown ..... .............. corn at nw cor of lot 43 Caldwell's ad Ocala
thence e 114'- ft s 151 ft e 11414ft s a Sft w
22-ft n 233 It topob .......... ............
Chas W To:v .................... ....... w! ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3 ft and in
nw cor of lot 46 Caldwell's ad Ocala_.. .
Mary K Orr ...................... lots i and 2 Reardon's middletown lots
Caldwell's ad Ocala...... ....
Mrs Annie F Tea.iue est of w1. oflot 52 Caldweil's ad Ocala ........... '
John Kenv ivo ........................ lot 5 X H Buffum's subof lot 55 and e% of
lot 52 Caldwell's ad Ocala
F W Jackson............... ....... lots 3 and o of blk i T M Rickard's sub of,
W N Jackson lands Calcwell's ad Ocala. .
MrN E N G(;rt .......................... lot N Caldwell's sub of sw part of Alvarez
grant......._ .... .... 15 22i
Mr! Kate Orr ..... ..... lot P caldwell's sub of sw part of Alvarez
grant ......... .. .. .............. 122'
J F Craford ................................ corn at nw cor of !ot 29 Smith and Dough.
erty's ad to iOcala thence e too ft a s 5 ft
w 0oo ft n 125 ft top o b..............
C M Liin-t:: ...... ......... w' of lot z Dunn's nwadto Orala
CM Living,:on ................. all of lot 7 Dunn's nw ad to Ocala..........
W T Garv ...... ..... all of ex t88 ftn and s by 2323.o t e and w
in nw cor blk 3 Scott's survey Ocaia.....
.Mr- kRe-,cc.m Davi.. .........all of lot 84 Gary's ad to Orala
WT ar .................. .... .e.Z and sw I of lott q and lot 92 and com at


Mrs Amelia C Scarborough.... ... com at a pt 263 yds w of ne cor of nw 27,14 2V
thence w 117 yds 2o ydse t7 yds n 210
vdstop o b ..... ....... ........ ...... I
Mrs Amelia Z Scartorongh ........ 14 chs e and w by 7 45 chs n and sin se cor!
Sof nw,' of nw .........................27... 14
C Brinson ...... ........... that part of n%1 of lot 12 on e side of Sand-i '
land branch................... .......; 12 14 a3
John D A llison ......... ......... e.0 o lot 4 of blk s Paradise 32 1423.
Mrs Webster. ...................... ne o of nw'................... ........ ....... 34142
H M Morris ....... ................. 15 chs e and wby c chsn a and s in ne cor, "
of lot 9 ...........'18424'
Unknown ...... .. .................. lot 9ubofne', ....... 281424
Miss Mary McAlpn............. ot oub ofne...... 2 1424
Unknown .. .............. ........ lot 21 stib of ne ......... .... 281424
Hugh Stanaland.................... sw% and sb of eo and ne* of nw% ..... 33 4,24
N H Trowell ....... ............. se; of se%......... 221426
CC CLong................................ ... -3 ydsn hands by 34823yds eandwia i
ne cor of sw!' ...........26 14 26
Patrick Smith tstof ...... .. ..... of ne..................... .. ......... 27 14261
R Long Sr ............................... sof neY and e Otnw% ex 23oyds e and
w by 2o yds n and s in sw cor of s of
ne and 3 acres to church and school... 27 14 a26
Joseph A Markham .......... n % of sw and s% of neu of sw1....... 14 35 i8
e% of se% ....... 5:15 I 8:
Unknown .... .. ........... of sw ................ a 5 S
Phillis Large.......... ............... e'4 of e'4 ex comr at apt 418 ft asofnw cor 15 19
thence e 418 ttn fte a43ft s 104 ft e
S450 ft s 400oo ft to p ob....
Geo 0O Turner ......... ........ sw of nw' of nw4 and na% of nw% of
nw" ..................... ......... ........ ....... 113 5 19
Unknown ..... ...... ............... nw' .. 1261519
Harris Blackman ..................... sw of uww and na% of seX of nwu and !
; sec of seX of nw8 .... 81520a
H Blackman also Susan Robinson s% ot sw!,' of .'- of nw. .. 15 20
Harris Blackman .........' ofsw se of nw.............. ......... 1520
Minnie E Brooks ....... ........e. of sea of se% and nw% of se%. ...... 8 1520
Unknown .... ......... .se3 of ne ...... 10o 52 0
CC Barco ............ w of .................... ........................ o f5 o20
Unknown ...........................w% ~of ne % .............. 281520,
Unknown sw ofne.................. .. 1 15 21
Henry Adams ......... .. ........... e% of nwY, ex 6 32 chis q in sw cor........... 9 1521'
Mrs Lczora A Brass ............ nofse% of se of e% ...... 1315 31
J D Mcl)uffy.................................. sY of ne cz lots to 10 imnc of bik 25
West End Ocala... 14 15 a
Unknown .......... ................ 21oftsqinw cor ... 7 5
WTGary ........................... ......... 24.95chs n and sbv chs e and w in ne
i cor ofse% ofAlvarez grant 15 22
W T Gary ..... ....................... ..coam at a pt 3o chs w ofate cor of Alvarez
i grant .............. ................... 15
thence n 2.197 chs w 10 chs s 24.97 chse to
chs topo l................ ............. .
W Tfay ........... ........... coin t a pt 4o chsw of se cor of Atlvarez
grant..... ............ .. 5 2
tbence i3o ft w 6o fts i3gofte o i ftto
po b
WT Gay ................. ... sw of ne and ne ofw.................. 22 15 22
L Rifenberg ........................... corn at apt 115 chs sand :ochs w of ne cot
of Sanchez grant.................... 15 22
theee s 6chahw s n6chs 2aochs to
g o ........ ......... ..
Lillie O Booher ..........................o at pt l ch s and 30 cbs w of ne comr
of SaIcbez grant .... ... I 1522 a
tbeces 4 chsw2ochs n 4 chs e 2o chs to? '
p o b ..................................... .. i '
H Howard ......... isw3 of se%...-2.... i1233
W ToGary ...... ..... ............. o w I............... .... ..-
WTGary........................ ........seK se ofn .... '23
WT Gary....................... e of e%...... ........................ ......... ......2815 23
Hester A Cribbs ..................................... .. ...... 815124
Hester A Cribbs ......... .........'s of sw% ex 5 acres in uw cor or church 9 514
LMarlow ...... ...............'seK of se 15.... 4......... 4
JohnaW Holly ............... .... eofsw! andinw( of set ex 175 yds e i
1 and w on e side of nww of se7..........4.. 1 i t
Hester A Cribbs ...... iwK of aw4...........................4.......... 6 4 4
ne% of ne ......... ......... ... ............. 15 24
Allen B Fort ........... ......... of ..... ...... ......... of ............ ....... : 24
Geo Mackay ............................... that part of ne% of sw% e of Blue Springs' ? ;
run........................... 25 16 18.
F J Titcomb & T W Hood trustees lot 365 Dunnellon..................... ..... 35 :6:18'
Mrs Alice Griggs lots 559 and 56o Dunnellon .. .................. x35 6jS
T L Wilson ...... lot 1312 Dunnellon........................... 35'16 iS
Unknown ......... ...........- con at apt on Blue Springsrun 250 ft nofa
street 60 ft wide running e and w divid-;
ing equally the Be% of sw...................18 16 19
thencentooft w toreet cof SSO&GI j
RRsi oo ftetopob .......................-
Unknown .......... .............. se3 of ne% and e% of se% ................ 19 16'19'
Unknown ......... ..... sw' of sw!...... ......... .... .. ......... 6 9
Geo N Dorr ............ .......se ................... ............... .. 25.t6 19
I. L Akins ...... ............... .. ..- of nw and swu of nw%... .. .... '31:1620
Mrs C T Culverhouse ........... swU ............................ .... 32;,1620
MrsC T Culverhuitte sw;4 of seg!... ...... .......... ................ 1620
C Hornherger .... ................ n% of nw, of nw .....................- ..-.; 4 1t,22
Geo H Ford ................................ lots 7 and 13 Brown and Dial's sub of C de
Jesus Hijuelas grant tps ...... 15 and '1622
Mrs Anna R Riclardson................ n of n% of lot i sub of GS Brown place C, j '
:de Jesus Hijuclos grant ......... tpa 15 addi 16 22
W T Gary .... ..................w...... sw of nc% ............................ ........... ar 6 22
C G Nix ..... .................. w% of e% ............... ........... ....... a2116 a22
Joseph Luciu ................... e ofsw and nw% of sw. .......... 616a
Unknown ........................ n. ot se% and swY ofse% andsei ofsw'! 4281i8 4'
Mrs Fannie Morrison ........ sw of se and seg ofsw less i of an! i I
acr .....14... ....................... ...... 117 9.
Unknown ........................ sej ofrse andu of t ..................... 1 710'
A R Brooks........ e% of se and nw of sc ........ ...... 711720
Geo W Turner......................... -nw. ofnw% ol sw%.......... ........... 9 i71 2o
Geo 0 Turner .............. ... Jsw of se%.... ......... 7i7Ja
SW Layton ....................;w, fnw> ofseu and se% of aw of ee i
Sand *e% of uw ot ne% ............. t o7it72
Mrs Lozora A Brass ............ s% of neX and neX of sen and ne. of 7
.nw( o0 se 4 .................... 1.17 20,
S W Layton ........................ 'sw% of or5 ..................- ,817 o0
Geo 0 Turner ......... nl of ne%...... ......... ...... 013720
W JMilam .... .. ....................... of ..... ..................... ...... 21 17 0
WH Johnson lots 4 and sof lot 3 Evan'ssubof e of I
se% ........ .......... 13 17 22!
Joe R Davis ... ... .n. of ae.......... 221............. :5 1 i
W H Johnson ......................... ofse o sw of e .............. .. ......a4 17 a221
LB Branch.......................... ........ f se ............. ..... 41722
Se; of ne .............. ....- ... 22
Archibald and R:chardson ........in sw cor of lot9................................. 2 27 23
Sex com 4 29 ch w ofs aecor of lot 9.... 27 23
thence na34degw a.83chss 54 deg 35 !
I mm w7chas i dege656cbse chs-...l I
Clarence T lor ...............conat apt 25 links w of e cor of lot I. 251723
thence w 3.485-12 chsiia12 chs e 3.48 52 i
chsn a12chA to pob
Mary E Niorwo.- ....... ..... con at a pt aochsn of se cor of lot a....... |2 27 23
thence w i ochs n4 So chs e lla. ch a
4.5 chstop o b ......... j I '
Mary E Norwod ......... ......... e4 of e% of s of lot 3 217 23,
Unknown .................... 31.81 rods e and w by 56ros a hands in awt '
cor of se ... 0o t17 23
LB Branch...... .. ............ u of swK.................... ......3 0,17,22,
Unknown .............. ...... lots ii and i61 Weir .ark ... ... 43ia4
W TGary ........... .....*% of 1ot .... ............. ...-*-5 4
Mrs Annie C l-orcee ....................corn at apt 22.76chs nof a ptS&.s&chs e ofa i
sw cor ............ .......... .. 24l
thence s 28 deg so mia e mo chm to lake1 i
Weirn54dege4cbhsna53dege.4chn;
29 deg 3o min w 964 chs s 54 deg e 8 chs
to p o bi ... ............ ...
Unknown ................................ lots 2 and 3 of blk 9 Stanton .... 17 24;
Unknown ......... .............. n % of n!. ofsw of neK......................... 21 17 24
Mrs Sallie lavuport ......... .... eo, ofnw! uf seK ofsw .................... 22 17 4
Unknnwn .................. .............' 's% ot nw% and n% ofsw% ex acres........ 31 27 4
Mrs AS Martin .................... lots 2 and 3of blk 32 o s Ocala ... .....
J D McDuffy ....... all of ex 124 It sq in nw cor of blk 34 o s
O-ala
Mattie D Duffy .................. e. of lot 3 of blk 380 o s Ocala............. .
Unknown ..................................ii n of fractional blk 400oo s Ocala....... .....
Adeline C Harter ...................... all of blk 41 o s Ocala...... .......... .......
W D Dawkin- .............................. lot i und 1-3 int blk49 s Ocala
Unknown ......... ............ lot i und :-3 int blk 49 o0s Ocala..............
Wm Lumpkin ........................ n', oflot i blk 19 n s s Ocala........ .........
Sallie High ................. .... ...... s,% of lot a blk 19 n s s O'1a
ohn W Duke.......................... 'n of lot 3 b;k 19 n ssOcala............ .


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THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 19, 1901.


w-ar cUNN ro HOSTILE ANO SE-
ULISERAT.

ThewsEa t rioks at Us Christisas-
Say We are Worse thea the
wlethes-Advises Us to
LaT Asi.e Chrisatilet
sadl Se*me FOOaS-
ers of 8fmteas.
jlSSu-g Chin Poo is a -I'o"u tHe
g -dmei at nim cohem am .-ed au
Amirama enles adbe nayM. yet nsmwitheand
mg wk4to q iseat toin oa hmthen.


C hasi a atiomal history of at
least 4,00 year, and had a printed
hi***y3,MOear's before the Europeans
dlusvdr the art of typesettig. In
th eoume ot our national existence
or race has pas-ed, like others,
thrhe mythology, supermtiton, witch.
craft, established religion, to philo-
ophlal religion. We have been
"'bett" with at least a down religions
mere than any other nation. None of
them was rational enough to become
the abiding faith of an intelligent
people: but when we began to reason
we succeeded in making society bet-
ter. and our great reasoner, Confucius,
reduced our various social and reli-
gious Ideas into book form, and so
perpetuated them.
Call us heathen, if you will, the


is puni-hed m.oro --:.er-ly than he
who is ignorant of it.
Christian. are contiuual!y fussing
about religion; ihey built great
churches and make Iong prayers; yet
there is more witkdn-'s in the
neighborhood of a single -hurch dis-
trict of oue :housand p ople in New
York than among one million hea-
then, churchless and uniermonized.
Christians talk so long and loud about
how to be good, and act charitably. It
Is all charity, and no fraternity--
"there, dog, take your --rust and be
thankful!" And Is it, therefore, any
wonder there are more heart break-
iagp and suicides in the single state of
New York in a year than in all China?
The difference between the heathen
and the Christian is that the heathen
does good for the sake of doing good.
With the Christian, what little good
he does, he does for immediate honor
and for future reward; he lends to the,
Lord and wants compound interest.
In fact, the Christian is the worthy
heir of his religious ancestors. The
heathen does much and [says little
about it: the Christian does very little
good, but what he do'-f he wants it in
all the newspapers andl <>wi his tomb-
stone.
Love men for the goodi thy .d yiou
is a practical Christi.n imea. :not for
the good you lshall do thiei as a niut-
ter of human (utry. S. ('hristians


(-hinee are still superiorr iu social ad- love the heathen; yea. the heathen's
ainistration and social order. Among possessions, arid in prooportion to these,
4400,40i,00I of Chinese there are fewer the Christian's love grow- in intensi-
murders and robberies in a year than ty. When the English wanted the
there are in the state of New York. Chinaman's gold and trade, they said
True, China supports a luxuriant they wanted "to open China for their
a -whoe every whim must be siionaries." And opium was the
gratified: yet, withal, Its people are chief, in fact, the onlyniiionary
the most lightly taxed in the world, they looked after, when they forced
having nothing to pay but from tilled the dens open. And this infamous
9, rice aWd salt, and she has not a Christian introduction among the
tagle dollar of national deb. Chinese has done more injury, socal
S plicitcoden havewe and moral, in China, than all the
Moeh implicit n o denpciha nse humanitarian agencies.that Christian-
t~wese in our heathen poMlcidesas ity could remedy in two hundred
we leave mrattew; ofjuaria dece y ya. And on you, Christians, and
.atrely i their bands; and they on your greed of gold, wellay the bur-
f*or the elfe, -- l den of the crime resulting in tens of
a the pervtio o without, proper millions of honest, useful men and
a@ happinem, without Chriatlan women, sent thereby to premature
dmag i or by the cruel perseou, death, after a hort, miserable life,
em ofaone elass to promote the selish besides the physical and moral pros-
lmtbo of another; and arefar traction it entails even where it does
Oaethenidh as to no longer persecute not prematurely kill! And this great
m imply on account o race, 0eo0 national curse was thrust on us at the
wr previous condition of servitude, but'
wt them all according to their di- pointof theChristian bayonets. And
trt them all according to thend-you wonder why we are eathen!
v_ ._orh.The only positive thing Christians
Though we may differ from the have mpressed on heathenism, is
hrletian in appearance, manner, that they would sacrifice religion,
and general ideas of civilization, we honor, principle, a they do life for
unthe ga. Into r ly.o gold. And they sanctimoniously tell
under the gfuie of social or politiUal the poor heather, "You must save
reforms. to plunder and murder with the poor heathea, "You must save
manity: and we are far advanced Members of my faith do not wor- 1
l our heathenism as to no longer tol- ship gold, although they know it is
erate popular feeling, or religious prej. a very handy thing to have in the
vdtee to defeat justice, or cause injus. house: but honor and principle ar
Wte dearer than pelf to the average hea-
We are simple enough, too, not to f.. .A... %... -... .. B.


CARBUNCLES.


AND


Bill


SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD

There is a popular belief that every boil is worth
many times its weight in gold, and the sufferer
patiently, even cheerfully, endures the pain under the W
mistaken idea that these litt, tormentors are health w
promoters; that they thin the blood when too thick,
and cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich. On
the contrary, boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood
very, or a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid..
There may be no external evidence of bad blood until
the warm days of spring set in motion the sluggish
circulation and the pent-up impurities, unable to escape
through the natural outlets, gather near the surface of .
the skin, and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result. When the blood is burdened with an
undue amount of this impure matter, the Boils come in greater number, eat deeper into the
surrounding flesh, and, being nearly always located on a bed of nerves, cause the most
intense suffering. Robust and apparently healthy people are subject to Boils, and there is
always some hidden agency at work within the blood and system that will eventually
undermine the health, but those whose constitutions are broken down by prev s sickness
or other causes, are most often the unhappy victims of Boils and Carbuncles. Exposure to
the deadly malaria destroys the red corpuscles and reduces the blood to such a weak and
watery condition that it succumbs to the boil-producing poisMon, and the pale and sallow
nPAIa O v cUmvMcUS.r sufferer is continually nurs- m n m.
Mr. J. a redant e eaas ing one or more t these Mr. I. X. P4%, 4aw, a 0.,
ka eIs., wi: "s s 5 O. ed feverish and painful emp- *m twS. eSESy as u e"
& es ast omlsei oa my seek a. m s2 0 ps_ a- sb timp -,
wht5. doet s nhasd ea Uasble to tlOnS. A harmless Boil iS bss i"a ws Cw ..ws.
fta be& t.As **"a as bosan of es s treamseW Ise "itI ss er*
&e a I. t was roeveisd snmptimes the precursor of ei be.' ismedes, hta se1tvs -
Owi the .a.u ,s. t dreaded C(ncer, and too 'o~ S a I
"- I' s-m weon. tea-thr h often the best evidence of a as asiS s- -dit_ bon
I a.Im y, *I&" --deranged conAition of the- Wa rnofee&mtm- m
kidneys or chronic liver trouble, brought on by lack of nutuitiouw blood; or it may develop
into a running abscess or ugly eating sore, causing years oTf nM g, and often terminating
fatally. To seek relief from the inflammation and pain produced by these terrifying erp
tions through the application of local rwmnduij is natural and right, but this method of
treatment does not prevent others coming, or bring the slightest relief to the dieae-rdened
deeply poisoned blood. Only a thorough regeneration and building up of the depreciated
blood can bring about a lasting cure of Carbuncles and Boils and prevent their appearance
S. S. S. restores to the old blood all its lost properties, re-i atig and givuig it the
healthy red color that only pure, fresh blood can have, and through this new blood strength
and vigor comes to the bodily oigats; the skin resumes its
Functions, and impurities of whatever character are taken
up and filtered out of the system in nature's way.
S. S. S. is made exclusively of roots and herbs splecteA
for their wonderful ptiifyiug and tonic properties. It cures
blood poison diseases of all kinds, whether acute or chronic.
No matter how long the poison may have been in the blood,
S. S. S. removes every vestige of it, thus insuring a faultless circnlqtion and healthy body.
Those subject to boils or any skin eruption, old sores or ulcers, are asked to write our
physicians all about their disease, and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully
and promptly given without any cost to the patient whatever. A valuable book on Blood
and Skin Diseases sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. G.6


uen. jut u iare say wuent me ihea-
allow the ntegleet or abuse of age by then has become suffliei.;tTy demoral
youth, however mild the form. ised by contact with Christian .ivili- not the most learned but the most uc-
"The e eMt terms of age will :call nation and its Vanity Fair ..: blenishied conlttu.-. ., ssys theF
down the fire of heaven upon those pride and dress, th,.,; wi! hen t lheatlien. B at her- it -. .'l.d sart
who make them flow worse than the Criti. in -ting when t boy s merely intipi.-nt to the
"He who witnesseth a crime with. their way through tl., !de, wic.led d. t*,, 1 -; --:.-rtne," a Hd is ex-
out preventing its commission, or re- world. Pupils are oft.., ?:,, pti e:s by tie l.hnh-, tj:t "bloys will be"
porting the same to the nearest magis- I i i'r b wh- n btr wuw a tone with
trate, i'* qually responsible with the In eul it aftpirU it : i. iai a ..nalie to ...rak so.ieo. -'s window, or
principal.'" .iness t.at put a i on dis-lpilltsof
"If a strange man assault another honesty, or o se e a%:.aan.e b r11e eof
whoi i. weaker, it is the duty of the show that en'oura,-- i t e.- r: l.. *. wi se-
Imler vy to take the part of the weak auocherv anl J'd. in rneral. of '. Inta l.'"akfug
.saan's tirt w" business men art-e ..i. as great i >
ut t hritia t would he a financiers who '. j y ,,ot.:-pire to t Iring
Butt, rbuy laws, lacejudh-.. ,tr, t:htes, u otu ad
.pe.ltacle urely-tne to le encour-. cde Iaws u owtidns we : dis we
aged rather than prevented. A corner and regult will the (ri. h ?, n e o:d s we
agedl r~athe. than prevented, Aof natural products:; :-A, in f ,:*, a' d. 're y,
heathena i- nOt. allowed to marry un- of natural eProduit. 1 W, a< -iIt #- a,:.
as if the whole poli-ti l 1al aerial uA a .
let he. is a good citizen, moral and ma c le, holt T,,I;. t.,,i ;a. ,l il-
apalle to i.-rtu-,t the children he to oerataai- t- ,a the ,; ": :1
may te l...n "Pare .tl a: reponsi. l for the people. I a heathi,-r ,,su', such for the ,, : ,ii i : .. z- .
,rimen. of their children." This i.an coselprators against .. i.er a l* t us ,e,, ..
axiom of the common law in Chinese short shriftal s'-.^ / ,.. ,,*,mral
.short shrift. sti : n aural
hbeathendom. ..
H e r one, it i- *('*v one fan do i elf pa-
Wedo not eIlbr.Aceourwiv(,; before Here in New York. ;i.e r hi-ts and .. i y hiugilelf. ]l i-
*ur neighlr's eyes, and then abuse the p'orest city ini th: w,,l.l, luisery feeliigs., if ?vy o S, II
them it the privacy of home. If we pines while wealth arrogautly talk. \ .t C t
wished to fool our neightnor. at all The poor have the vot-. and yet elect hadter than my ow l for whom I u-
about domesticc affairs, we should those w!:, betray them for lure to ury, sahouc through my ne nrltish anx-
rather -.verse ti.e.ondition-let them corporate and. capital;ti,, interests; r should, throulgwih ste eltish IIs (
think we disliked our wives, while and the administration or justice-in
e at h e would he warme fct the whole system o. ar srudenceprematurely of mny property, and even
love at home would e the warmer. e woe system have me declared alunatic, or have
I would rather marry in the bea- -is to stimulate crime rather than ave ared a lupri, or have
then fashion. than its the Christian prevent it. As to preventing poverty, me arrested and imprisoned, to sub-
mode, lecause in the former instance or rendering it less intolerant, that is serve his interest or intrigue
I would take a wife for life, while in the most remote thought of religious a rare Christian case Can t e eharg-
the s.,e,nd instance it is only a or political society. ,We heathen are a God-fearing race.
game of chatie. We bring up our It is no wonder, uuder such circum- Aye, we believe the whole universe-
children to te our second selves in stances and conditions, that New York retion-whatever exists and has ex-
every sense of the word. The Christ- is a most terribly taxed city and the isted-is of God. and in God; that,
ian children, like himself, are on the worst governed for the interests of the figuratively, the thunder is his voice
lookout for ,.umber one, and it is a people. "Public office a public trust!" and the lightning his mighty hands:
common result that the old people are Rather it in a farm to be worked, that everything we do and contem-
badly "left" in their old age. Christian-like, for what it is worth, plate doing Is seen and known by
While traveling among Christians Public spiritedness and moral worth him; that he has created this and a
one has to keep his eyes open; even have no value or utility in "practi- other worlds through be en, no
then he has to pay dear for his com- cal" Christian polities. Such civil meriless, designs; and that all that
forts. In tarveling in China, among virtues "don't pay." he has done is for the steady, progress
the pure heathen, especially in the Do as China does. Give office to the .... ...a s ......


BENUS' BAKERY
Aag1


A Go I Foundation


THE STAFF OF LIFE
As l,:;!*l here is pure. elean,:whole-
',,,, i, ina.,,ii.bhini... W'Ve have built'
iip puititl ri) on ithe t quality of our
BREAD
Alui we takp particular care that noth-
ig 0; 11 detrract from it. The bestt
t'. r. !,lepredl by skillful hands in
cleua:, well ventilated rooms and per-
feotly baked in modern ovens, gives
Otir cf.4tomers bread unequaled even
by the very hest home made article.


Hughes'


Chill Tonic....
(Palatable)
Better Than
Calomel and Quinine...
(Contains no arsenic)
"The Old Reliable"

An Excellent General Tonic, as well
as a sure cure for Chills and Fevers,
Malarial Fevers, Swamp Ifevers and
Bilious Fevers.


Means comfort, place and health.
The blood can't circulate through
poor feet cramped and pinched Into
tight tho"e or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corn and
bunions, and the sldggish circulation
affects the entire health.
We sell shoe" thist are shared like
the human foot. but yet whith retail.
an air of elegance and style. Com-
fortable shoes are not necessarily ugly
--not so at all, if you come here.

G. A. NASH,
South side of thei-quare. Okala, Fla.


ic RIVER


and ,A CKA )


FUNERAL


-Ii NEERFAIS-TlTlZPrWn D


A


4 '-'


-i'r NEVER FAM&-







THE ocALA 3A2tZR J1lo 1, 't


-_a one" r. James


Ifo nafy ifom, .from ,L

NOW S S, .. eet. t.-',II, af..

we w~e) Isoa's 5. 'Shs ,IHsi, u
low POOK M.' lse ,oeir I- Intel. juie *el
,woq.rso I%~ 1b0 Pe.4I..bs al..j. J*u.,l.krr

low .lam w* 'rni 11,60t141. g.. J .0% I a'll001
'rod", -01 tw 06.4 ace g S tl s

'ka~t %4.I~ a t i-ii la

tse, .~e.*4t*Um 'n''tti'bdui an
Vt vVwgmt sewlI. 1we. I s & a.. k -o 41the i-rn .

i~t Oli. It, t. ti.. salert. ai Aw .aecl m

i's. atee..m l.. r 4in,* ''twt i l need
t o, to Ion idi awalk t *fio-o' u u the a-
e*.eooh.f.l% h.01-u 4Sm--"War
1640 as 1aiof.m I at a0.. suet,'s a.% I i
aml-4 the 11ge.fla- stel t e' .r Me* f OWl
t e a- f the folg o er- -1.31'. -M toWt i -
94 .61 Ioa-


d 4ssvow~ in $t mw~ti6ISIPbe- "'er
e ewrnse ,46mswte'f .Ow V aeitownat
OM toosWf '-soamikey Isr. KINK%
o w w os I a ft ba s 6 W a "to5 a
vm~oo w"uaumhewe. poa.-umus.
-~~--, a"d bnpmelds5
~mofv b ft hasorroed to


sad u Pimya melb atisthOP quh'be.s
rU~ isth uwd.It ivenolby
4 ( Um*, vhs gumrsshr. bso
.04,460 **.'e rfa mw .-o %. r in SuI
$Iwo%"e and oSI Trial buttlhem fror. II


Vb s Xr'e VawkWorld hs omp"Tthe
'004 04 lereusu. e.nw" s$tea e1Imemu.
lie be.. tier s#f ofIt.- etecetiliiy titu-00
*.seram~~ea ais surr-poitic of Ensu
so* .49u t. t* mus.' iusesthat it tehmeearsThe
asin.$4 -he.. ewusl41f sr 1.5little. "
Tb. f44msthIy Wtorki to sa 3.. Imeai
maame *to rqibevettl (I q*Ve. It.,
popmsew- .leau'tThe s wi.e ofthe*loeam
atob JoLae.'. Home Juwmuralmmad it
Is .'..$seusly Illustrated ia behlt t#"e.
11w jlus rmon... we tow result of the
mmg anmmee skilla&6&4 by all the lW-

a =wem' mwiaryl" iIn The jality
of Wa me "A osnd-l- apmeaw n
No*Omr .oub0ho4.eim of ra.
-. Bww. adwalue.. travel; sto.
rtm .4 Sauma and lat; stoies iof
- .1uaovemsad cartows. gathered
f mon ver the wand: the romItsof
womeeifr r~r. mud emiltoral ro-
wvieS. UIsausem ff Mooig l1%.win-
Itrbam te 1wedwe lieerary ame MAd
Ommof the day.
A %mom earb mmonto a. full Isee
poiSe of tos wnma"sent t. was 'uIor

imes forvong sold lgwepribe fwtom b.'
gsi~6Mmtow-1lites"ry manlter and art
004mew te-1W11WMueuthly WforlDOI
pupom isspared.
u~p 've 'teeth Wesd will .mesod to&
*swoop"to(this seew"maarf-flagazlfl
400 Vrnq 4e'-is It iftoe-vo t 4ul' eits tnslea.
44dream TheWoorikt. l'uleaer .1Isg


VO U igg Ume r Ste h 0.6"

hae tBrmem tom tb drag t.atne w
tfr teaty ey Yvet a hawe cod USol i
all of theI- "ry u-m maktw of say o
Sta. A-0Mag th r -tlrrt Ih I beav
V&e4 Nad masythee.t 0 a e l (%Tam-
ss sa t f. (. 4alers mad Dlar m I
Si a f .* teareaed bowel
sru. 4 1 W. Wakedeld. ofi
q 'aatel. (4 TsT. remedy curiea
* ws sveretos o t ce. morgue am e I
my ltily at&4 Iav -r wtnmedd ,
-@ad kU hsiffa tated o l f it to In
mlyqmew tvo th eir et ir matitlafi- '
tod. It a a qua40 aMWd ure Cure
I* a pemsa t i. m." lrw sh itoy
Awsl.-Met'n7Y Mbrag $ t.te'. me


suom eavDru itc e


(hm A-yir'uM hehe. daub brows to
bow.bh ad aNsa. moaley saws
CmMshed egpyw b o'er.brod
adeqlb our-.i hamlve- a twf. FlIve dl-

(~2 ,eaI'-mWhilfer. omou aned
am "&Mid. W4 ia s Wood. =afted
owd blee sh&bve- Five della..
bw gfw (1firwo R.Tv lme


.\. K. HAWKES
T., Famous Atlanta O(ptician


tRE'EIVED

(;OLD MEDAL
hIt h-apst AwaTtd Diploma of H,,ntr.
Ustihlshed 17e.


I


hew i'aee4M'olatees for sawie y
%Vl.%'V. ANDERseONN.

k ~~smht 'Icstd -Free.
ataiicta! Httwke& (ulat'.iws are iv-
-tuttglw'eeufa truse. -

JAPANESE


PILE CURE
A or and LUItt eomictreatment. con.4;.Ling of


nppnetones. Capsule" of Oirtment and two
hgors of ointment. A never-failing cure for
Ple%,of every nature and degree. It make- an
operatto wiuth the knife. which it painful. and
often remits tai death. unnetcesary. WI.. en-
,hare this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each Si boa Nocure, no pay. woc
and *t a huo. lor r.. Sent by mail. Samples


eWTXWENT S4I AND seC.
C mA W Afl Cured. Pile* Prevented, by
US Iussn Japanuese Liver Pellet-.. the
great liver &ad stomach regulator and blood
puriAer. nU mild and plseaunt to take: es-
pcaitll adapted faor cildre s use. Fifty doges
, .. Ati-Meetoly DI- g tore. Ocala. 2


On es ud Annual free.






VIMGOR EMEN
EAsILY, tq'I'KLY AND
PECRM AENWTLY RETIRED
LJkriMD DR. JEAN O'HARA'S
SIl N U r' rPris)GREAT FRENCH
TO C AN VIALIZER is sold with written
rant"ee to cure aermms debility. loet vitality,
itag er fits. disaiaesa. hysteria. stops
all dramon the nervous system caused by bad
babtts or escemlve use of tobacco, opium.
IthMo or "'livng the pace that kills." It wards
sen~sisty. coaumnptson and death. It clears
.he bk 4 a beira, tailds up the shattered
anrrwe restore, the are of youth.and brings the
peak glow to pole cheek,. and makes voe. younst
and trnegogagin.5 vc. i2boxesSs. .y mailto
emw a4ddes. Ainti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2

A:i0w1HTOM'S OTZCZ Of APPLMCA-
T; r1 mWAL DISCA=RGE.
* 'tiTICE' l, HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
| N unldeti ned. a administrator of the estate
,,I JAMES CAMI'BI-LL.will on the
ilptt Dar of Octolvr, A D., ,o,/.
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge- from his adminiutratorship of aid estate
I la accordance with the law in such cases made
&ad ft, Ttded.
I h ith Aptil, A I). 1td.11
I 4HAUtI.E. -. WHITE. Admnir..
4 it-m EIt of Jame". B Campbell. deceased.
i--


TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT.
I P I hagart. Tax Collector, in Account with
Marou County i wo Taxes.
County school*-
It ncllected. on lat report ..... ..........o: 39
Treasurer s recetiat............... .. ..... 57"' 42
Balance uncullected ................. 5 '5 "7
Couut Proper
t'cNlltcted on last report ... ........... 70 so
Treasurer s receipt............ ............. t,
halsance collected .... ................ .. 1:7 75
County Road-
It collected. on last report .. ........ I 541Q 3N'
Treaarrr s receipt. .................. ; *0
balance uncollected ......... ............ 22,3 16
Comuty Fine and Forfeiture-
t collected, on last report......... ....... $ t $. t
Treauier'* receipt........ ......10P -4
asla rce uncollected ..............................S Swo i
I'ol. taxe* uncollected. on last report ...$ it65 oo
-.Itras collected ........... Ei tox
Tre-utrer' recent ........... 907 o
Balance uncollected ............. .......$ i74 o00
County Buildinf Fund-
nacoltected. ao last report .... ........... 1053 64
Treeurer s receipt......................... 44 a6
Bamsnce uncollected ........................ o 4I
mtate of Florida. (
Mario" County. j
1. 0. T. i Slrak. clerk circuit court. hereby
certify that the above is a true and correct state-
ment of the collector's account with Marion
coasty and the sub school districts, as the same
appear upon the books in my office.
Witnev. my hand and official seal this ist day
of July. I'.oi
S t-cal T. SISTRt'NK.
Clerk Circuit Court.


Pam v-


r-m 04d i-m tuand, rurlated
ad-p d ia a i MseW e4 c b mar.
Abo ~ a qalT y of ,rparIng


Jerry

Burnett


To raise good f-uit

you must have Potash.

Fecrtilizers containing

at least 8 to io-o of


Potash

results

kinds.


will, give


on fruits


best


of all


Write for our pamphlets. which sholId
'. i:i te-rvy farmer's library.
Theiy are *-ent free.
GERMANa KALI WORKS,
93 Nassu St., New York.



Geo. S. Hackel' ( Son,


# --For--


Pure,


Fresh


makas 2 g'"--n of the viny 5= PAMD r g



~yd~tbi]ll.Is ina moms r'ra iu
85.~ LaPm" ob"and Srop---Go to.,-
PAUg? ULTax.3A? 1 11a angodaft w%
mis deft.it isub.UI*in
novi A mV.ni. No asmyinp""alarnAemm~'
lieg.Aflil--hiompoly


NOT O aCK. B.LISXa Pm.ar wC.
1. -mLA3aRAiMTCO., Ut. IAUh.
Sold and gna--ateed by


THE RIOKIET O.


OCALA


- -- ILA*


Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four days.
It' action is magical. Prevents stricture. AIl
complete. ro be carried in vest pocket. Share
reventative. Sent by mall in plain pak age.
preaid. on receipt of price. $I per b, three.
kMO for $2.5o. Anti-Monopoly Drng lre Ocm, Pfa.


HUBBARD &


MANUFACTURE
DOORS, BAS1H BLINDS,
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATERIAl
W'nao nd hFacy Glass Specialbty
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ard thereby save
money.
OBeemad wareroom. King opposte Kiaai -
Street
CHARLESTON, 8. C.

OTICE C0?-ELECTION F701 CEATZ3 A
SPE~AL TAX SEZOOL DISTR .I A?

NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
election will be held at the Griner Farm
school house. Marion county. Florida. during the
hour, between 9 o'clock a. in.. and 4 o'clock u
a., of
Satutda~v, Auguyl ,*4. .4. D., itc,
for the purpose of creating a spc '.al tax school
district to be known as the Grnti Farm special
tax school district No. zi. Boundaries of said
district to be all of the south half of township
t4. south, range 22. east.
And to elect three trustees of the said Special
Tax School District. and to fix the rate of mill-
age to be levied and collected for tnesaid 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: B. H.
Leitner. C T. Luffman and J. J. Luflman, in-
spectors, and C. M. Murphy. clerk
Attest: G. S. SCOTT.
W. D. CAR.. Chairman.
Secreta,:v. 7-5

NOTICE.

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Jujicial Circ:i.t
of Florida ,:: .::J for Marion coun-
ty-lu Chancery.
William L. Vandeventer. comp'ainaut. vs. An.
nie R. Vaqdev-uter, Jefendant -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
Monday, tihe / d 'a ,f S.f't ,,,.4. D.,. ;:.
It is further cidered that this order bc pub-
lished once a week fur eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This june 2zth. A. D1). :.;.
SeaI; ] s. r. SISTrRUNK,
N. M. ALLRED, Clerk Cir;:tit Court.
Conplainant's Sohcitor. o 20

TAX DEED NOTICE

WrHEREAS. CHARLES V. MILLER HAS
presented to me tax certificate No. :?4:.
sale of April 4. : 9. covering the following land
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: South half of
southeast quarter of northwest quarter and
northeast quarter of southwest quarter and west
halt of southeast quarter. section ~. township
16, south, range i. east. and upon said certifi
cute has demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration 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 .June 0c,. i:.
Seal) ;. T.. SITRI'NK.
6t C'erk Circuit Court.


CITATION.


In County Court. Marion County. Flonda-By
the County Judge of said County.
WHEREAS. W. E. ALLEN HAS APPLIED
to this Court fr letters of administration
on the estate of MARY E. KEEP, deceased. late
of said county of Marion.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, tc be and appear before this court on
or before
The 2d day of July, A. D 1901.
and file objections, if any they have. to the
granting letters as aforesaid. otherwise the
same will be granted as prayed, with the will
annexed.
Witness my name as Count r Judge of the
county aforesaid, this 6th day of June. iqo1.
(Seal) R. BULLOCK.
6--td County Judge.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
LAND OFFica
AT GAIESVILLE, FLA., June 17, 1901. )
'-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Following named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support of
his claim., and that said proof wil be made be-
fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla.. on


. ...... A R ...... .. -W.


.. .... ......, ... ...


DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE. CUT AND

WIRE NAILS. PAINTS

OILS, VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD.

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY.

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS. EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC.


AGRICULTURAL


MENTS,


DEERE


IMPLE-

I'LOWS,


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 STOV&.


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff.


Have You


Seen


Our


Pretty Summer Lap Covers?

SVI.RYRDI IS BTUYINfG ONZ.-


All Prices and Designs


STANDLEY, CRANFORD & CO.


J. H. MORTON.


OC ALA LUMBER


(Also S .eessr toT Vooka*@ ovlt Wo*s)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits, Bedricau
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes. Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
PA''j 'im r Bpit Jfis V lj SplEC.T T.
2Estimates promptly furnished.


HOTEL COQUINA,


RMON D-BY-THE-8EA,
E st Cost of Florida.


Hotel Coquiua is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the omes.
While it offer& a'l the delights of the sea-shore, It is only ten minutes walk, or
five minutes by horse car, from the orange groves and palm shaded waitM M
the bauks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad m sted e,
being connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walls ad drives, glow of
lesson, orange, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oleander sad palmoea.
River, ocean, surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate d4mlIbtfou, sad s
beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous proetratiom.
Will open about the iart of June, but will be In a position to take ea of
guests after May 20th. Summer rates: $2 per day; $8 to $1 per wees. i M
For further information address, D. B. MATRHEJON, Ormead, Fa.
1 _


MONTEZUMA


J. P. GALLOWAY, Prom.


Drug Store,


B11 IMh. at the Now Novel inoary

PIGEON MILK
.I- INJECTION.


ACDUFF


Ocala, Fla.


W. D. MORTON.


IPANY


- EXCHANGE


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TIM OCALA. IAIl331,JULY 1991)1


POT


YOU


WANT


WE WANT YOUR TRADE!.


the best inthe city,


as


to Quality and.Price, by studying your


interest, for by pleasing you we please ourselves. We are now
prepared to furnish all the latest goods put up in a can for
Luncheons, Picnics, Excrusions or Light Housekeeping. In


the canned meat department we have


Corn Beef
Roast Beef
Genuine Beef Marrow
Oxtails
Chicken Tamalae
Pig Feet, 1 and 2-lb cans
Chicken and Veal Loaf


Irish Stew
Lunch Tongue
Bratwurst
Boneless Heads
Veal Loaf
Deviled Chicken
Jellied Hocks (


Tienna Saussage
Minced Collops
Stewed Kidneys
Pork Saussage Meat
Luncheon Loaf
Whole Oxtails, 1 & 2-lbcans
orn Pork and Brawn


. And Numerous Other Meats .


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Sweet, mild cure, and as near home cured as can be produced.


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In canned fruits and vegetables, we have the
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