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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 26, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE


BANNER.


The paper

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"Of the People, tor the People


OCALA, FLORIDA,


FRIDAY. JULY 26,


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1901.


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PrmerIptions-Postoftek Drug Store.
We ca maderstand why there is so,
mueh old pouring into the United
Ilas fhmen tha Klondike-Chas. W.
Whie is operating up there. When-
ever as emaogeic Flridlan strikes
Mahythiag something Is going to

ImprArt dIge.ston and assimilation
peadme dissdered conditions of the
qam, wmbk grew md are confim-
ad by Mn et Hani"s gives tooest
Nh afinWb end g @ood diges-
Uam. PftIe e events. Anti-Monopoly
Dne More. M
Mlims Plare Co0do0 Eloise M.l
le, Ame VaV JlmU and mhiy l
wturmid Ihat Meay aeft their oat.-
lag at ke Weir. Albert Miller re-
rssi oea Suday. Mm. Perry, who
-ps--- d the party, with her child-
ms remialed for another week. They
all had a good time fishing, bathing,
ete. The lake is as popular as ever
this summer.
Almost any Ocala merchant wouldI
value the privilege of having more
than a thousand possible patron lined
sp in front of his store and be given
just five mnloutes to tell them why
they should buy goods of him. He
hase that privilege when he puts an
advertisement in the closely scanned
columns of the Oeala Banner. He
sb old put into the advertisement
just what he would asy to the crowd.
What among human ills are more
annoying than piles' The afflictions
that prevent active exercise are bad
enough, but one that makes even rest
miserable is worse. Women are
among its greatest martyrs. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure the
most obstinate .asees. Price 541 cents


Th,. I mated Mitw stan.i. to-day at in bottle, tubes -75 ents. Anti.mono-
*' hoedd f the' wr1i4's e lumn ,a f .I- I'oly Drug Store. m
nser.tl mat..W Ho.w i. that for a \Ve learn that vouniderable interest
n..I U Ia" aiIauW grow th iting manifested in Putnam and
Tfa. -,f***.a hnd a l-esiant ,all Tue- l.Mrimn i-ountite over the proposed
ai froim % ir Williau ja Bii. Big.f ofenttructioii of a lhard road from Pa-
Jo a-.tivrill. rerlreeiitinc the. Mer- lalka via (ainesville to Oeala. Such
:atifile Age-cy of ih 4.. IDutii A& (t'. r nad would undoubtedly prove prof-
'I Iteg' -* friem Miwumari anid r4 in itailc to' the intereft-, of all concern-
'A i l. r'lmda. ed. It wuild not only ibe a great pub-


From the Natiosal Oil Repeorter.
Florda s the latest addition to the
lists of states nla which oil has been
found. A find of oil has been report-
ed from MKroi county and ha craat-
ed a great ded of exeltemast. The
discovery wasmsimie by Albtu Vogt,
who .wa the das.overer a.., some
years ago of hard rock phoephate
minee in this mae region. Tbeboom
that was caused by his phosphate dis-
coverles, considered large at the time,
was slight in comparison to the ez-
citement and boom in real estate that
is following the announcement of oil.
It is announced that options have
already been secured on not less than
five hundred thousand acres, and that
some of the most conservative busi-
ness men in the section are putting up
their wealth in the hope of tapping
gushers in this new oil field. This oil
discovery is in the Wlthlacoochee re-
gion, in close proximity to the phos-
phate mines. Several analyses have
been made, the results of which, it is
stated, place the genuineness of the
discovery beyond doubt.
A prominent phosphate miner in
Ocala says that nearly twenty years
ago he remembers that a man in one
of the south Floria counties, while
sinking a well, eame wares a sub-
stance at a depth of about three hun-
dred fet thet re abled oft soam. He
now believes that It was crmae petro-
leum. He has new searel an optU
on the property, sad believe he will
soon have an oil guber. Similar s .
emammaarm beis rer through-
out the region, and qspeclatars are
securing every foot of available land
in neighborhoods where such condi-
tions are reported.
If petroleum In paying quanties has
really been discovered in Florids, as
reported, the fact will severely strain
the prevailing theories of the forma-
tion and deposit of rock oIL -Florida
is not supposed to be underlaid with
carboniferous sales, either of the Hu-
ron or any other series. Its strata is
not even supposed to have ever been
subjugated to a degree of heat sufi-
clent to distil from effete organic mat-
ter and force the vapor up through
permeable rock. The theory can be
spared, however, as it will weigh noth-
ing in the balance against the oil if it
is really there. In fact the petroleum
business has been a series of progrems-
ive steps at the expense of fine spun
theories, from the first venture on the
hills along Oil Creek to the tremen-
dous flow from Baku or Texas. Flor-
idy may be the end of theory and the
beginning of actual knowledge con-
cerning the origin of a most useful
product of nature.
The Ocala Banner Feels Cemplimented.


I .. lic 'nvenie te I;ut it would be a pow- The "roasts" its esteemed contem-
e* rful stimulant to settlement and in- poraries have recently given this pa-
A, TH Joh,.toa i. tla.-k froit a v-thient. Bulilo the road and lands per, as it has before remarked, have
i. ~o.uti a rolinya He went up iltha aite now comparatively worthless ranged all along the kitchen calendar
*1. I. ,a. watir loie.. i1. ,ay lie would "lpe lily leeome valuable. The from "rare" to "well done." Some
;. 1. finet anvy 1ig a Iti.- fir-',. lie I coutitie- *f Putnam, Alachua and were particularly bright and free from
.*- t h. e'rar olafs ll t..t mlake," Marion i re. : uid:intly :tble to build the injection of malice; some were
:? *Suli tush f. r eI Hie .a. .ur the road. ~,at .- Ietter iuivestment just the reverse. The worse construe-
I. t rill*-ft til,- ay.-tie :- es-lly 'ouldt not le ,nade. We trust this tion possible were placed on its utter-
t.now enterpaise will I-e pushed to comple- ances and its meaning in some in-
a ati.-Gainesvillt sun. stances twisted out of shape.
'Ih. N mbraah. rda tr.- ltd iprtwBut there is one thing its esteemed
-w 4 hariee.r uA & Nvan.ah. ti.. lrun.- hat d(oe it profit a woman if she contemporaries did not do-not one
*Ak Westert, the AIatmais Mid- gait the whole world of knowledge that criticized it unfairly was fair
and. the .Ptaver lringu-.(S-alaA & ulf and Ioe her own health? Young enough to print a single article so
Sd lb. Tampas Th,,nototmasa. of woluenl students. and school teachers, criticisedh to in their failure to do so
w Inl, Mt pytem ar. to tw consoli- eager, ambitious, and full of energy, the Oeala Banner feels complimented.
ed der of th ava very often neglect their health intheIt feels that its position was at least
abh. kdardA & Western. The plan of struggle to gain education. They eat ble
.nl*a**tdt.m gi.eavidre. for ..ne prroi- insufficient food. and at irregular firmly tenable, if not impregnable.
leut a14d i of gene ral .ffitr" for the hours, they allow irregularity of the d that not been the ase the artlids
1 1Ntumhlane. andl an iuu of svuritles womanly functions to be established, would
wht.h. will -over the co-,,,lidated and the result is they become chronic dled.
.vw-hmInvalids with all their education prae- The one in to-day's paper is re-
,,..rtt* Uially worthhll. There is a plainI speetfully submitted for similar treat-
Atlaua. Ua Nov. I lf**. road back to health for such as these, meant.
We hIv haismhlid Dr. )ioffetts'. marked by the feet of thousands. It 'During last May an infant child of
r ethiea Twetelmla Powder% ever in the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- our neighbor was suffering from chol.
*.jl, it. fsetu tjdetotenou to the pub- ical Discovery for disease of the era infantum. The doctors had given
I amed Atuns es a psrprietary medi- stomach and digestive and nutritive up all hopes of recovery. I took a
war. aId eur tbde Is it hav steadily organs, and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preo bottle of Chamberlain'sColic, Cholera
umeermd fem year to year until our seription for diseases of the delicate and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house,


Our Success


In keeping old customers


is not


accidental- it was earned by
prompt and satisfactory attention
to their wants.


OCALA,


M UNROE & CHAMBLISS,
BANKERS.'


- FLORIDA.


A Crekieole Party.
Last Friday afternoon at the rectory
Miss Clara Gray was the charming
hostess of a crokinole party. There
were twenty-four young ladies present
who spent a most delightful afternoon
playing this most interesting game.
At the conclusion of the games dainty
ices, cakes and lemonade were served.
The score was kept by Janet Weath-
ers, Charlie and Ophelia Gray,
and on counting up it was found that
Misses Aliee Reedy, Leafy Sylvester
and Rebecca Anderson had tied for
the first price. On cutting for it Mins
Anderson proved to be the fortunate
one. The second prise was also a tie
between Misses Beatrice Sinclair and
Sue Baroo, the former winning It.
might was ler Terrer.
6,I would cow, 'i 'all night
long," writes Mrs Cha. Appa, of
Alexandria, %LeM, "and .-d. hardly
get may sleep. I had cotm emptlou o
bad that if I walked a boec I wold
cogh frighthlly and spit blood, but,
whev all ether medienes fWailed, three
$L00 bottles of Dr. King'p New Di.
eovry wholly cared me ad I pided
5 pounds." It is absolutely guaran-
teed to cure oolds, coughs, la grippe,
broechltis and all throat and lung
troubles. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at GarrettA Gerg's drug
store. 2
BLal and Saesla.
The Deeand Base Ball Beds will
play Ocala, Sanford, Orlando, and
Daytona within the next week. The
DeLand Reds have not been beaten
since the present team was organized,
but expects to play a cloe game with
Oeala. The Beds will not be de dis-
appointed. Ocala will regret to treat
them unhoepitally but must keep up
Its reputation.
Toe Cre a geoM In One say
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25e. t
A Nit at the Front Pew Nelers.
A religious journal preaches a whole
sermon in this briet paragraph: Just
at this time the country needs religion
that will make a man pay his debts.
Shouting and giving testimony doesn't
settle accounts with God or man. We
bounce right into a fellow and put
him out of the church if he goes to a
ball or a theater, but never say a word
to pious scamps who never pay their
debts.
Episcopal Services at Panaaef kee.
Divine service at Panasoffkee, Sun-
day next, the 2Sth at 8 p. m. conduct-
ed by Rev. Charles M. Gray.
Working{24 Hours a Day.
There's go rest foa those tireless lit-
tle workers-Dr. King's New Life
Pilrs. Millions are always busy cur-
ing torpid liver, jaundice, biliousness,
fever and ague. They banish sick
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,
work wonders. Try them, i.c, at
Garrett and Gerig's. S 2,--

Save
Your Vegetables!


A Fine Pbliestiee.
The industrial art edition of the
Columbia, (8. C..) state is the best
gotten up thing of the kind that has
been issued from any press in the
south. The story of the growth of
the Palmetto state along industrial
and educational lines reads like an
eastern fable.
What Two Ceats WMI Se.
It will bring relief to sueren from
asthma or consumption, even nla.the
wort emses. This is about what me
doee of Fobey Hooey and Tha eats.
Isn't it worth a trial? Anti-Maopo-
ly DrugStoms. M







OA ew 3 mrol t,


OnetOl a lmfi e o m se,
with o ... e
Oaem wahmlt wardrobe ow IS w
Ome t0 pholetsus 7-pisee par.
lor salt................ ......... 18 00
One larg refrigerator with lee
water faucet....................
One bath tub, in good condition 4 N
One double lawn swing, ew... 6 0
Lot SB woven wire eots, while
they ladM........................ 2 2
Lot 75c Lioleum oil eloth, at 85
One $18 Turkish couch, little
used ............................. .1100
Lot new ice chests, while tey
last.......................... 4ad 6 80
We have always on hand
BARBAINS
In new ard swond hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will do well to call on
us.
OCALA FURNITURE (*.

Warm


Weather


Suggestions.


FOR EVENMNS WEAL
A party dress that
looks nice and is cool
a n d comfortable is
not an easy thing to
procure. This ne*
cloth we are showing
-for summer dresses
-will permit the
wearer to be entirely
comfortable though
"dressed up." Shown in several at-
tractive shades, and all fast colors-an
exceptional offering.
FOR TRAVELING.
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, ad in
shades and colom that
Swill make up well, look
nicely, never fade, and
will not show dirt and dust in travel.
Something for all ages, from mises to
matrons, and at all and very easy
prices, too.
LISuT WEISuTS I

There are so many

here, and all of the
T1 are ftos-a- l*", not
8 manyeofthem eIpea-
sive. The odds aad
ends of a select summer stok esa be


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--As for-


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. TM. r EY
Orcla Florida.

Preseriptions-Postoffice Drug St .re.
Think of a woman riding a bicycle
side ways!
The steel strike is off but a shirt
strike is on.
The rebuilding of Jacksonville is
progresIng beautifully.
Carbon, a cattle scourge, is creat-
inga reign of terror in the wet.
The otrich does well in Florida. It
fids plenty sand in which to hide its
bead.
The Pan-American exposition is
now complete and throngs are visit-
ing t.
It is reported that "Uncle Jim"
Turer is going to give $50,000 to
Stetson.
The Florida East Cast railway is
ballasting its road from Miami to
Jacksonville.
'apt. R. E. Rose, state chemist,
honored Ocala's big day with his pree-
enee yesterday.
The wife of Pesident Kruger, of
the South African Republic, died at
Preoria last Saturday.
The Continental, at Atlantic Beach,
is having such a fine run this summer
that it will be enlarged.
Ths anti-divorce newspapers con-
tinue to print divorce advertisements
-why thus aid and abet?
The Sampson-Sobley controversy
bes broken out afesh and the tber-
moaety 100' in the shade.
Thirty-six feet is a good deal of wa-
ter bet that the number of feet they
claim to have at St. Joseph.
If Florida had the naming of Geor-
gia' governor the vote would be
practically unanimous for Estill.
Mr. H.C.Oearws, this city, ha
ltes appointed by Governor Jennings
a -iber of the State Board of Pbar-

DInuellon has ma very splendid
growth since we lastiw i.lV We hope
its recent discovertsr will make it a
great commercial city.
We did'nt see tl.rtiiele ourselves
tlt Mr. Sutton says that was an aw-
ful thing the Baptist Witness printed
about Catholic wives.
The south Florida Record seems to
te easily walking away with the Kis-
,immee Valley Gazette on the subject
of the "Three Cent Bate."
It is reported that options on lands
are being secured in the vicinity of


Okahumpkee. It is believed that
the lands there are rich in oil.
With all the pomp and splendor of
the crowning of an oriental potentate
Mr. Taft was induced into the office
of civil governor of Manilla on July 4
The greatest healer of modern times
is Banner Solve far cuts, wounds,
sores. piles and all skin diseases. It
i* guaranteed. Use no substitute.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
;real Britain is employing southern
negroe* to put in charge of the army
mules in South Africa. The fame of
the "unegro and the mule" is girdling
the earth.
Thomas W. Carter, of Asbtoro, ..
('.. had kidney trouble and one bottle
Of Foley's Kidney Cure efttlited a per-
lt cure, and he says there is -no
remedy that will compare with it.
Auti-nionopolv Drug Store. mi
The Key West lnter-Oc-eau is tying
at its nmasthead the. n re of Hoc.


Ak Ah AkL hL A&L 'ALAML-A LA&A


A railroad from Dotban, Ala., to
St. Joseph, Fla., is under construction.
Thirty six feet of water, it is claimed,
is available at the terminal point.
Now is a good time to cast your ad-
vertising bread upon the refluxaut
waters. It will return to to you when
the corn and cotton crops begin to
move, if not sooner.
"Five Chapters on Banking" Is the
title of a neat little folder advertise-
ment sent out to their customers by
Ocala's popular bankers, Munroe and
Chambli.s.-Citrus County Chronicle.
The Few York, Herald, World and
Journal were excluded from the court-
room at the trial of Fosburgh for the
murder of his sister. Won't those
papers make the heat a little tropical
for the judge?
Any advertised dealer is authorized
to guarantee Banner Salve for better,
eczema, piles sprains, scalds, burns,
ulcers and any open or old sore. An-
ti-Mouopely Drug Store. m
The New Yors World announces
that the famous Morro Castle, over-
looking the harbor of Havana, is to
be retained for all time by the United
States, and will not be turned over to
Cuba at all.
When you require the services of a
skilled piano workman call at Weihe's
or the Ocala News Co. tf
P.H. Nugent, of Ocala, is in Deaoto
county this week looking after his
grove property. He say that analysis
of the water from the springs and
creeks in his county, supposed to con-
tain oil, prove nothing but chalybeat
of iron, and no trace of oil.-Arcadia
Champion.
Prescriptions-Postoffce Drug Store.
Colonel A. O. MaeDonnell, general
passenger agent for the aboard Air
Line railway, is among Ocala's visi-
tors to-day. He has for thirty years
acceptably discharged the duties of
the position he still occupies and his
friends want him to die with the har-
nes on but they want it to be a long
time before he shall draw "the last
draperies of his couch about him."
The Florida Cotton Oil Mill, which
is now under construction by a party
of Tennessee capitalists at Jackson-
ville, will have the capacity for crush-
ing 100 tons of cotton sed per day.
The capital stock of the company is
$100,000. The mill is expected to be
in operation by October 15, and will
give employment to between seventy-
five and one hundred hands.
Presriptions-Postoffce Drug Store.
Mr. Gaston Drake is back from St.
Louis. He says the earth up there is
baked and vegetation parched brown.
There has been nothing like it within
the memory of the oldest inhabitant.
The c..rops are almost a total failure.
The B es, when the are any, feel
like they come out of hot air furnaces.
Compared with MitSoari Florida is
like an ice house. Mr. Drake comes
to Florida to cool off and incidentally
throw ao anchor to w-ldward for oil.
speaking of Hon. Wm. J. Bryan's
refusal to stand by the Ohio
platform, Mr. Charles A. Towne says:
"It is just like the man, Mr. Bryan
is entirely loyal to his principles and
he is a hard man to down, but I don't
believe he can again, be the candidate
of a united party for the office of
president. All the indications in the
west now point to a reactionary plat-
form three years hence and an eastern


man as the nominee. Puch a result,
as I said, may cause Mr. Bryan to
lead a bolt."
A oee *ame Saggested for Comp-
trller.
Hon. James M. Bareo, of this city,
is spoken of in the most flattering
manner for the office of comptroller
much to the delight of his friends
here. For instance the Levy County
Times-Democrat says: "Bon. J. M.
Barco is prominently mentioned to
fill the-vacancy caused by the death
of Comptroller Reynolds. It was Mr.
Barco's withdrawal from the race in
Ocala that broke the deadlock and
made Mr. Reynolds* election polsble,
and he is now the logical man for the
place."I His appointment to this office
would be a most judicious and popular
one and gratifying to his fellow-citi-
zens.


BANNER.


!Impaired Digestion
May not be all that is meant by dypepsia
now, but it will be if neglected.
The uneasiness after eating, fits of nerv-
ous headache, sourness of the stomach, and
disagreeable belching may not be very bad
now, but they will be if the stomach is
suffered to grow weaker.
Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease
that the tendency to it should be given
early attention. This Is completely over-
come by
Hood's Sarsaparilla
w-h:.: ? .: :r:-;thi :: sthewhu!e digestive .yst. :;

Dalton. (Ga.) News
NARRIS-BI N.1011

Prominent Minister and Well Known
Lady of Florida United in Marriage.
Mrs. E. J. Harris, of Citra, Fla.,and
Rev. M. B. L. Binion were united in
marriage Thursday at the home of the
bride's cousin, Mr. J. H. Lee in Par-
rott, W. W. Mabry officiating.
After the ceremony a small party,
consisting of a few relatives and
friends, were seated to one of those
heavily ladened tables of good thing-
that Mrs. Lee is so good at preparing.
After supper the guests left for their
homes. Rev. Binion and wife spent
the night at the home of the groom
near Yeomans.
On the following day the crowd was
invited to Mr. C. M. Gormley's to
dine, and a more 'sumptous repast is
rarely spread than Miss Annie May
had.
'Tis useless to speak of Rev. Binion,
for he is too widely known to add
anything to his good name. The bride
was reared in Terrell county and has a
large circle of friends. She io possess
ed of a loving, kind and generous dis-
position and is a woman of many ac-
complishments. They have the very
best wishes of a boost of friends.
ONE WHO WAS PRESENT.
better Think o' That
The suave, genial and dignified edi-
tor of the Ocala Banner, says: "One
of the latest things to be made of pa-
per is coffins. It has been demon-
strated that paper coffins are water-
proof, fire-proof and acid-proof, prac-
tically indestrucible. In their cheap-
est form they are fifty per cent cheaper
than plain pine boxes, and again they
may be made as handsome as a rose.
wood casket."
We lhad no idea the Ocala editor
would take the recent howlingg" so
seriously as to contemplate the rela-
tive value of paper and rosewood cas-
kets. However, with a a "water.
proof, fire-proof and acid proof" paper
about him he should now rest well.
After a fellow enters the "rosewood"
sort what's the odds whether it is fire
proof or-welll, that's so. We hadn't
thought o' that.-Bartow Courier-In-
formant.
Are YeV selag Away This Summer
If so you will consult your own in-
terests by calling on or addressing the
undersigned for summer excursion
rates to mountain, lake and seaside
resorts. Attention is directed to the
reduction in summer tourist rates to
VAirginia and Atlantic coast resorts,
and to the fact that tourist rates are
authorized to Washington. Baltimore,
Philadelphia, New York, Providence
and Boston, by rail to Norfolk, thence
via steamship, iu addition to rates via
Savannah and ,teamship. Folders,
sailing. and sleeping car arrange-
ments furnished promptly. Cheap
excursion rates to Buffalo by all rail,
through Washington. Louisville or


Cincinnati, or via Savannah or Nor-
folk and steamship, through New
York City.
F. J. Huber. depot ticket agent,
Ocala, Fla.: MissJ. C. Maughs, city
ticket agent, Ocala House, Ocala, Fla.
F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville; B.
W. Wrenn, passenger traffic manager,
Savannah.
Stops the Cough and Works Of the
Oold
Laxative Bromo Quiuine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure. no
pay. Price 25 cents.
From the Ocala Evening Star of
April Ist, 1901.
"We are iudepted to Mr. George
Close for the fin, st cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the most saceeseful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is proopeaous."
Mr. Close bonuht his seed from the


In Luck. iold reliable ,-t-edRsman J. H. Sutton',
S. A. Standley is an extremely who handles ouly the best seeds to I-e
lucky man. Just a few days before the had especially sadap'ed to Fhotida and
Valdosta fire he sold his interest in makes a sp iaalty cf Ihe tflHs-! strains
the business in Valdosta and bought of cabtage, e'g ptlaut, lettuce, onion


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Flour, Bacon, S
Meal, Hams,
Grist, Shoulders,
Rice, Lard,
Cottonseed Meal, Fish,


Canned fruits and vegetables, "White Rose" brand.
Evaporated fruits, nuts, raisins, prunes, dates, fancy
crackers and candies, canned meats, fish and milk.
Farrinaceous goods, etc. In a word, a COMPLETE
GROCERY STOCK, clean and fresh. 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 Pertime.



My Prices are Always Low
Full Caont. Doew Wnight. eptg =e"m odm
Prompt eMvItee.

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II. I' V. Ew~gsw j s tbeelmi
mah er dimtisa m~tvmCe fo the
10 am aad 149" Mtt f &be
1 Owt nao tg -
V'esist Needy 0. IIt tile city.

must helm RoUH. digl-ayisa good !.it
,of ar"WO1 this a .
Mat. J. Nt-vilt ('#,,-k. I nlr~lc

%ra. IRfifuwr M alkt-r. 4 Tallalaa.
1% :Aw gibtest ofl Mr'. 1wmn-d-.
K-) Wartmiialmea, !4 itr!. i'aiircz~s:
ii a 4k a HsHupr arri %x:- to.tlay

wkie, agent the :th I it. the c iey.
I. Umyabo ha. gone to Floral
4 'ity to pt up a POUPhat. pklnt.
The E slhm CaUaM reorts the
diso'Ner of I Wldm ais its vicinity.
Mr. Jabs W. hPaw gs a g out to
%WNft~. Tea.g. Is wWa% what
hruapUm-Viffiee Drug Mon.
C.W R. D U. Caern, of tw6.
a me an Ow aebtu is Gak to.
day.
Mr. Dm LOW118100of Dade City, wm
up p~wry to wkme the bueaball

W. F. atee, ihW of (hy coty,
S r6406ww at am. o m lwasskt

MinL ogol Garywil; esiste l the
own Lai Whbt Club tomorrow
afkvmuow.
JArhanrlW -i in a this week
gal d leratd of the Areg" hotel,

PFr11on -hiosflc EkiDg Wore.
Mr. (barb L MUl hbas klled afI
the pgea amd mWsow "nTe English
e'ipuw Uwman0.!",
iR.. Hugh Merrill will oeuupy the
1i-10lari m ~tSunady both
Warningsand Vvenist.
f-%". W. HU Jobhooti. of lartow, is
vuft g (basa imi paid this office a
4-elsem a WU edue~iay.
And eve the Oosla rtar seeew to
tbhln that Flagler bought up the laxt
1qglereu at owc L a buach.
Mro 4. M. Hubbard and daughter
M r. %. U. Allrwd, lWave to-day tfor Sst.
A aguotlue In spend mveratl week*.
forwmc t1litli~m-I-uuso'ltlie Drug Store

= rtitl )l~,nda Tuaecmlr3. H,. is I~kkiilg~
s at tail uid i-ke;: ~ Ss a (.riiaxal

Mir. I:t~ l~rutu.* *:: ltaie inl a few.
u* a f..1 Ataia:. c~~ti:. -w il t.eFrid~

id I ),leller and J ti.! r.u.ta
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M;.- I at laa "i 'a% 1re 1t.'1.rt.I
of 110.1 IN-61111C li'*It.!.
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IS) -I *t raffal, ita fAttend thi leall-
as-1 all at *I ofti,.i(E l. 1'lae saiual
r4,Jm.'aaIlII. Tt.ciar 4a11thel.%
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PAY- ~A blisiaaa: of Hniwkeht.
j 0-1141 41uW 1" 'm: for labtlug
ft.*- 'III I* l 466 i uf il & PJuare. N%(%
aI. eamsmle 0.'1 14,a cfilowe'l by
'4 her-e
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U~a"AS DtSa mT A a00at
O Efi ENTO TW.


Seael 0elebratseas Seeuld be Sa.
eat Cawse for Pestefoe aad Banks
to Take aNeliday, Sars a Visitor.
Tampa's "Swiftest" Nag Again
Suffers Dlet-The Day Eaded
With a Ball at the Armory
in Meaer of the Clearwater
Ball Tossers Metes.


Orala is nothing if not an entertain-
er of strangers.
Inmmedialy after the big Fourth of
July celebration n in Oela was over,
Mayor FPsel and other enterprising
etimeu got their heads together and
planed a "uwer and better" gal
day Mr our city than we had on Lab-
ert' birthday.
And the result was yesterday's Im-.
mas merow f of sightseer in Oeala.
The Plant System alone ssued 1964
paid ties and brought throngs of
pirssgesn to Ooal from nearly all
pointe of the state from Pata Gord
on the south to Baker's Mill, above
Jasper, on the north. Besides the
paid tickets there were many who
came on pases, and it is safe to my
that more than twenty-five hundred
-including children-came over the
Plant System.
The 8eaboard Air Line, though giv-

ing no rates, brought in quite a num-
ber of excursionists.
And it is estimated that at least a
thousand people came from the county
in vehicles, on horseback and on foot.
Thu it will be seen that Oeala en-
tertained over three thousand people
-perhaps four thousand.
The beginning of the day's program
was a bicycle race, in which Moses
Ltddell captured first prize, and Mar-
cus Frank, the hustling advertising
manager of the Boston Store, second.
The race among the colored boys re-
sulted in Henry Dickison winning first
prize, and "Redeye" second.
The sack races, as usual, were full of
fun for the spectators as well as par-
ticipants. Olebia Landersand Walter
'onge won the prizes in the white
toys' contest; and Horace Whaley
and (harlie LaBerth won the colored
boys' prizes.
Claude Haynes, the "imp" of the
Star office, proved to be the best
climber of the ",reasy pole" and was
a arnled the ham1 whilc1i h.i. been sus-
.etald at the top, besides a i t': prize.
The two h ioe companies, Marion
No,. I. and Protective No. 4 and Ocala
Hook and Ladder Coo. No. I gave a
splendid exibition at tight n tire in a
small wooden building put up for the
occasion. Marion Hose Company got
water on the 1 flies first and was de-
clared the winner of the prize.
II. M. hl'lillips, the balloonist, made
a beautiful aMsentsion from the court-
hou~e yard. What came near being a
.eriou- accident occurred here. A col-
,,red awistauit became entangled in
the role, and was taken up about
twentyr feet i: the air feet foremost.
He dropped to the ground-without
the customnary parachute-but aside
from a few trnise, escalped un-
tjuired.
'The baste ball games by both white
and oloredlord elub drew large crowds.
I.The game ,between Clearwater and I
O.ala was won by the latter by a score
,of to II. The score by innings was
as follows.
t learwater I o a ) 0 1 I0 i 0
tk.ala 4 I o t 1 t1 6t 0


The clubs consisted of the following
player.:
Clearwater: I. Grable, pitcher; De-
Itoger-, catcher; G. Grable, first base;
S-uldeni second base; Converse, third
lasm; Booth, left field; Butter, center
fi.ld: Whitesale, right field; Brown,
short stop.


highly enjoyable game. The visitors
are a gentlemanly lot of young men,
and we hope to see them in Oala
again at no distant day. They were
handicapped by the fact that four of
the players had never played with the
team before Mr. J. W. Williams was
their umpire, and Mr. John Jeffrds,
a former Oeala boy, is manager of the
team. Mr. J. J. Gerig was Oala's
umpire.
Another game has been arranged for
this morning and the game will be
called at 10 o'clock.
All in all, Ocala did herself proud
yesterday. The weather was ideal for
such an occasion, the thermometer
registering 9)0, and everything passed
off lovely.
The festivities of the day had a hap-
py conclusion in an enjoyable hop at
the armony given in honor of the
Clearwaters.
It was largely attended and contin-
ued until past midnight.
NoTES.
The day wasa "record-breaker."
Palatka and Deland sent fine dele-
gations.
Train dispatcher Glass had his
hands full.
The streets were lined with huckster
stands and all report a good trade.
The Montezuma had a long list and
was crowded to its full capacity.
The Ocala House had three timer a
many arrivals as it had on theF-o-t'.
The Daughters and memt-'bers f
Epworth League were kept busy all
day serving refreshments.
Praise of Mayor FPeld is on every-
body's lps to-day. He certainly knows
how to get up big excursion
There was too mush exeltement anJ
fun on the streets to give the State
Fair speakers much of an audience.
There was perfect order, no arrests
were made and if there were any bad
blood it seemed to have been left at
home.
One person was very much surprised
that the postofflee was open and sel-
ling stamps. He thought an Oeala
celebration was a national holiday and
everywhere respected by Uncle Sam
and his officials. And as for the local
banks being open and doing business
he couldn't understand it a little bit.
We noticed the former OcaIlane
among the excursionists, viz: J. W.
Sylvester, Jacksonville; George Mays
and A. E. Hollands, Live Oak; Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Kelsey, Sanford; Prof.
J. A. Foskett, Mrs. J. M. Wyatt and
Mrs. J. B. Davis and children, Gaines-
ville; Mr. J. N. Edwards, Elmmwood
Mr.s. J. A. Webber and children, Tan-
pa.
Ocala a Summer Resort.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hawthorne and
babies, with (Mrs. K. Mudge, have
moved to Oeala for the summer
months.--Plant City correspondence
Tampa Tribune.


Talked State Fair Vesteiay.
IMaor George P. Healey, general
manager State Fair amoelation, Prof.
H. E. 8tockbrdge, secretary, 8. H.
G(ltakill, tre rr, Captain John H.
Stevens, Industrial agent for the Plant
System, Uolonel 8yd Carter, Alachu's
orator of the "sliver tongue," and
other prominent Floridianwere in
Oala yesterday in the inter.
eat of the State Fair, and talked to
our merchants, faers, mechanic
and b -ines men generally on the
great results that will follow the hold.
Ing of a state fair at this time. We
hope a great interest will be stim..
lated. It most be made a sueses.
The Mayer Files Nis Vete.
At the last meeting of the city coun-
cil a franchise was granted the Ocala
Suburban Railway company to ope.
rate its road on North Third street.
The granting of the franchise did
not meet the approval of Mayor Fish.
el and on Tuesday last filed his mes-
sage vetoing it.
The mayor has nearly every proper-
tyholder living on either side of the
street at his back and holding up his
hands.
For The Publie Square Impreemeat.
To the Editor of the Banner:
I observe in your last issue that ar-
rangkments are being made to improve
the public square at Oeala.
You Invite the ladies to aid in the
good work.
Enclose please find one dollar, to pay
for one tree.
I am, mrmstfnlly,
Mas. A. A. DEmMAx,
1205 Washington, St. Hoboken, NJ.
AmMidt at the Lauh.
Georgia McKenney, a 3oung color-
ed girl, employed at the Oeala Steam
ladry had her right hand and arm
severely crushed in the mangle eariy
Tuesday morning. The accident oc-
curred while she and another girl
were playing about the machine
awaiting for it to become heated.
era.
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Powell,
at Fulton, Mo., Thursday, July 18, a
son. The little one bas been named
Robert D, for his grandfather.
Special service in Florida has been
discontinued at Lake Weir, Marion
county, from Ocklawaha,



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Send for a fr e sample
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- .THE OCALA BANNER, JULYI.j26, 11 _


THE OCALA BANNER.


glAxg IAs, mtaWr.
~Thewsr -
't o war evue stamps yielded

Produtioo it the effort of seiety to
supply a dead.
ro pmedee that which t not w.-
amed Is a waste of energy.
Chbma has one mile of railroad to
.e* million of people. The United
ta "24,441.
T gned deKmcrats in Ohio are get-
Unr be like the good Indians-
they ae mtly all dead.
It des ot matter whether there i
as ee or not Geela inam es to
Wt ep a p ty lively campaign.
Th mist at m f omi cona
tUMes w PMs, e of0 dg dllnar
11" bewi B t- masmist bes.

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It beemit n bd wbre lltmo
-as ta Atlata Joural, to draw
-Me M-w from the pay of the
Lt week it struck a
Ieh at HlUsboo, ALa, and a sm-
.,on at lrmlocbam.
y in his memage to the demo-
moa of Oio asain bhows the manner
of be *s, aMd ri" to the full
-oLWod he has ho n at other re time
AM4 n be depeoded o n harow at
all te He tells them e to not an
i-e a d that democrats who feel
maplend at the actie of the state
e at-ao0 should not fight the ticket
bet me tt pop wee i structd deke-
s. a Mest to the nt mon-
vesati. athis m t e to ghte the
Sa--S of Oio aon shws in the pri-

T" ow t 0a0t avention
tot ma he Is and rishe at least
r o t hts gead rhads plank, and it
onbt to be ble to d so without giv.
iq and thant vde crats wof deme

id eme ma he Aie country te sate
bMt ee thatp ay their Mstate d de
se-m t emwocra tis an the pri
Ma. ib people r ho playk, ad tes
an 0 0 sbe abletMm witota"
OW eMM iave, dq L-__..-.i all
otgebs to a vwo ride o wheels
drea, I Vadmeon or otherwi Flo

J-rJoe WSW l a ofde.
igd wvi make fie obatr rebds bat
r eksn than any it her osta and
LIt. ItistadL tiei r wefeeiso
psrlslty @- 66e9 It Atlt the
sieeds tm worse tn am ny WM u:
; A- I I bw -t cou Aot It.
TSe beute ly lt thol pat e
,' ter "bus frou chi.dbood' bour
I vethen -l ~otO hbes s adeca
: arr lomrd a tLhe 9er Soaer
S th the irn to fride away
J: se Wal *fa d r aa el!e.
To etsd m with it Ohi blpd eye.
hut what when it came to know me well
ASd love me. it was Mure to die '


Is the motto of the modern woman.
The thick wsed shoe and the ranv day
skrt ara witness to the wise applica.
bae of the motto in matters of dress
But there is e
comoa sense in
Sneglecting woman-
i disease or in
experimentinn
Switch other med
cines when it is a
matter of ommoU
Knowledge that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite
|Prescription makes
wI eak women
strong and sick
women well. It
establishes regnu.
larity. dries enfee-
bing drains, heals
inflammation and
ulceration and
.... |cures female weak-
S..'. It is not common
Sense to seek med.
ical advice of those
who are not phy-
sacians when Dr.
Pierce. not only a
S doctor. ut a


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which he makes war on wealth-nor
on industry, whieb leads to wealth.
He is fighting the gold standard be.
cause he believes it is possible under
its operations for a few men to control
the finances of the world and dictate
its legislation, and, if his conten-
tion be correct, would soon lead
to the establishment of au oligachy.
But as for making war on wealth
Mr. Bryan has never done so and is
entirely too sensible to do so.
The same thing it true of the dem-
ocratic party as expressed in its va-
rious platforms.
The editor of the Ocala Banner
would regret to believe that he had


done anything to harbor the growth
,f the disease the Cleveland World
Styles 'plutophobia."
SHe has every reason to use whatever
Sintluence be may po~)ese in the other
direction.
SOwiug to the early death of his


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it is guilty of no crime, political or
otherwise, and owes no one an
apology except Mr. Flagler ,himself
for using his name so conspicuously
which it knows is distasteful to him.
Ir. Teowe ea oSiver.
The speeches of Charles A. Towne
on free silver during the great cam-
paign of 189 were acknowledged to
have been the best on that subject.
He says now:
" Our position on free silver in 1P96
and 19t) was misunderstood. We
were not demanding market and :


TMK UST-- PI -t W-n


As a member of the Florida Pres
Association the editor of this paper
not long ago accepted the hospitali-
ties of the Florida East Coast Railway
and visited Miami.
For the sole purpose of imparting
information to his readers he printed
an article on the very magnificent
development of that section and in.
eidentally alluded to Mr. Flagler, the
author and promoter of this splendid
work of transforming an almost bar-
ren waste into an Eden of beauty and
plety.
Indeed, it would be almeet impose.
ble to write of the development of that
section and not ay something about
Henry M. Flagler, and what the Oeala
Banner said concerning him was en-
tirely commendatory and cohmpli-men.
tary, and for doing which the paper
was Jumped on by the state pre as if
the editor were guilty of some rime.
Is that spirit right and should it be
fostered in this land of free inutit
tion?
Speaking of this spirit which Oads
odm--nt i other -mtmos of the
country bedei our ow, the Clee.
land World prWmonem it a disease
and ety s "piluepba."
It eh a dolma article as follows:
"'Te NapmW or Cir tlat bulda up
hismttht thraut stlaater of tmnrads
ofhis Cfr sa easemnUreme himeut in
power by emmani memmom of the
mates of million wrmeed bfon the by
taataon for hi we he a warm place i
oar hearts ad about the entire space in our
hmtories
"Bat the mere bookkeeper who, with ao
armed legions at his back. with caught but
his own hands, is brain, his enery, hs re-
solve, as his inviacibte hot of batle rises
to a place of power unparalened, makes
puppets of kags. turns capital into marts
of trade ad wipes uat the dividing ines of
empires. while his armies, ranks pon ranks.
armed not with weapons to deal death. but
withtools of labor to develop life. march
trumiphat acrom the earth-this man is
without geniu. i he?
"He is a mere robber sad oppressor. is he?
'His achievement is due mostly to luck
and the rest to dishonesty, is it?
"HBe isto be hated and hiwed atby every
man who would gladly do the same thing.
but aa't-is he,"'
Under our benign institutions there
should be no claims, either real or ar
tifical; there should be no clam dt
inctioan; no feeling of hottlity
against either the rich or the poor,
and among the educated and bid-
minded we ae quits mre there is
oome
Mr. Henry George in his "Prfgres
and Poverty." makes no war on indi-
vidual, industry, nor riches; the par-
pmsseo MLfk i p saa eotbr to
m uet a sysem whtc the author be-
Ufe pg eMsi am unequa disrtlb
stie of mith by uM s few per..
mM sp r em tshas bea- et uo
So thim asds.r f atobersm
lat the a o pmmeIr a a le
of hmtgF agai- t the rich, hbes
they are rich, ewer ems e red Mr.
George's brain, nor san any of his
writings be construed into any such
interpretation.
The same thing may be said of Mr.
Bryan.
No utterance of his eaa be found in


harbor hostility towards the rich or i
well-to-do?
And his is no exceptional es in
this country.
We do not believe there is a feeling
of hostility on the part of the rich
against the poor anywhere, and there
is abundant proof on every hand in
support of this belief, and if the rem-
edy for the cure of poverty laid at the
door of individual benefactors it would
long since have ceased to exist.
Rich men in all parts of the country
are pouring out their wealth with a
lavish hand in establishing and
equipping schools, colleges, univeri-
tis and libraries, the purpose of
which is for the promotion of
education among the poor.
Standford Univetty in California;
Vanderbilt Univrsity in Tennesee;
Chieigo Univerity ia Illinao; Stetson
Univemity in Flwrida,and public li-
braries and other mngniieet -
betioM in Sarly ovry city in the
Union show the unequalled geermity
of the rich men and women of our
Ures.
The purse-strings of the American
people are easily reached. Let a ca-
lamity befall any city in any state of
the Union and with what ready hands
sucor ie given.
It may truthfully be said that this
is the benevolent era of the world.
There may be better ways of dis-
tributing these benefactions than the
ones described, but that does not make
these gifts the less noteworthy and
benevolent.
Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Stetson be-
lieve in in founding universities: Mr.
Carnegie in establishing libraries," Mr.
Flagler in converting barren wastes
into smiling orehards-all are making
their riches confer direct benefits on
the poor.
The Oala Banner does not believe
that poverty can be obliterated by in-
dividual benections except n indi.
vidualcames but that acet should not
withhold from them men the meed of
praie that is jtly theirs.
It fmly bellev that Carnegie,
Roelefeller, Flagler and tetson, who
began life poor and achieved smeess
ale f-tnduial Uies, sad ae giving
away their wealth to beneficent pur-
pose more thar the rich have ever
doe befe i mIay age or in any eoum-
try. haveet an example of far greater
beNef$ to the youth- of the land than
any demem soldiers of ancient or mod-
U
er times.
In commendation of their mar-
velous aebhievementi and philan.
thropic gifts the Ocala Banner uncov-
er its head in sincere admiration and
unstipted praise.
Their success shows the possibilities
under our form of government that
await it may be the poor and friend-
less but capable and industrious Amer-
ican boy.
In commenting favorable upon Mr.
Flagler's industrial achievements in
Florida the Ocala Banner feels that


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4td at6& h hr ot th wt f l* \'4 TICF1 I WER.BT GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DIeCKI3ED LANDS WILT. B1
S,>.i at public auction on
MWO I iwt aFr4day after a. trai-f .o ay. the Fifth Day orAwgut, A. D. 191,
dOMM. W y-gtt' :~~- f :a Fotrida, in the county of Marion, or so much thereof a will be necessary to pay the
w aI Was o ue the uwtt nupoiar ', r:at duc for taxes herein wt opposite to the same. together with cost of such sale and advertis-
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND-


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- M W tts. stat. ,atlr. n .''.t-p. 4 acres bounded n oy Electnc street s by
at f the ate, and n.. Main street w by Spring street e by'
ad= 4[ a h f "a'r. and" e,,,- .seminarT street Orange Iprlung$............ 4 -
t-, WI-nC e R as a. sMldir 1:n J H. Cua. .. all of blk2 r 4 e of Sprtaa street and s of;
-m rvie it) th* war1 -t .Main street Orange Sprgs.... ..... 4 42
*9---(-I- r|l,-h III tb" Wr I*- ,1), *",, ...... I acres bounded n bv Kelby street w by J
tm4 0 t .ad as. .a .ur. p atri *', s Monroe s by DellstreetOrange Springs 4 42
t j' 1n. .....e.........e2 of ne .......................... 36 ti3 he 1 11
a Ma' ,y 4m0e f the blader i1 I 1 m.lin ............. ... s o........... ................ 29 t 24 So S
SII*) d oP o_,IWEIt aUd 11* i Ctl lhIn* ......... ......... e': ot ne1 and sw% of dne and w of
a 0-l- seof u aw ofne%, and e% of ne% of
.4' b te ,ste,. aul ,, ., th ,se% and as of se% ex a acfts in a square,
in sw cor of se. of aec.................... 30o is 4 223 6 39
s near l ,ate. HI II C ':,m .H..*......... ............. 1sw, of nei and se% of se! and se! of:
"_ sw aand me% of se^ lesx io' acre in
VW 1a bMd8. clw cow ald 2 acres ma nw cor to WH But-
ler and nw4 of *t less 5 acres to MissI
S- I A s Bonhanm ............................'1.311 24 I+S 46 i
0 OaS ,a3" .... U. ... nw', and na ofswe and n.- of nel and
M t a-dm- have hotn reptormd w!I of se and s acres in a sq form in e;
cor of sw of sw ......................... 32, 2 4 47
to ~be d hap ba-4tma ti f e\ar.c it 'tr.c t..ttor. .......... con at a pt 25 chs w of ne cor............... 3'12 20
.ch ..... .................... 10 240
If a*amov wih ad4 tbrnat ,r lutig la:t:et )Dav, ........ ... com at a pt 22 .Chs S of nw orCO.- 3 1a 2
thence U 4.48 chs e 4.54 chs to branch sw
116Mr, g(iv It i tila S fr it l* rttlll with branch to pob.................. I 3
* wme t-.eStI. I',tugh : hat bav.e P'aid corn at a pt 1o.o2 chs w of ne cor of swr .. 15 a12 2o
thence w 10o.o2 chs s 26 94 chs 10o.o2 chs
l ONW m w Irvatrue t f or yVar2 n 2^ 24 chs ......1........... 27 2 73
Sy do t r dy and ir- L .Hae ................. lot 35 sub otsec 23 of Arredoda grant ...... 23 10 247
SMr. M Dupuis .............. corn at ne cor of lot 2 fractional t S gov
survey .. .... .. 12 20
ian A ^ g Ielllr tkht the cli m6te thence s 16 5o chs s85 deg 35 min w i.;.S '
chs n i ScBh e z9.25 chato 0oob 33 2 19
*4 C l lb m l At mrt. friled to hbe T L Cooer ........ ......... lot 4 and 11.44 acresow aide of lot 3 fractl
r+Cop -s Cgwsnrvev .................. 4 12 20 65 S5 495
I a r prmaIe tly t'CUt y i H)mphrey Chriotopher... ....... cor at se cor oaw. ............... ... 2:20 3 49
so nw. For re by Altt-.Mooy 3 thence w 5.4ochs a t3. cls e 23 chs
I.ei ,.s6ch 3.7 0 31O % C ............... 6.1. 24o
ll. M Randall Walker ...... .........corn at mor of w of nw34...... ....... 512 20o
thence u 3.6 cbs w 5.SO chs s 3.16 chs w
S-4 2 chss 7h r o Cs ch e2ochr a U7ch ................ 19 240
a* Osweo *9p p WI V e*-. T L Cooper .................. corn at uw car of .....-25 12 ao
thence a 13 68 ca e 13.67 chs a 3.16 cha
T a- a dr ay maw tioed 6 33 chs a ro.52chs w 2 ch 25 35 2 40
i g. gow b, ti PP rVahn l- s............ '% of aw .. .... 262 ta. S 38 t
Mrs eptap Hall..- ................ an. of of swof sw~ ad e of swrl of wa61a 30 213
Ke Ity at P ntem, i0. of E Ragudale ....... ......... e.. of eoff e 3 a2eam50 co s c a nd
III" we sa9 tot W w.t bv S chn and ain w cor...- ....... 8 1 09
MrsatO Seta Hall ... selaseoflofe 271220 10 79
S -- a--- -_ a t Mr. I *oh M ctty ... ............ .......... 2 160 633
S hm Chitty ........... ......se.. of ne of 1 .- 34120 to 1 46
ts I her lea of themo Gtw rant ickea ... ........ e of Cne of se% ...... ... ..--..-..34 1a o So0
Swil:xs W Mtckins ................ com at se cor of nw% of ne ....... 34 a 2so
-g--_1-f gMg th eftwty, 3the theew 3.66chsa 3,16 chse 32 linl ks
S5.7 chs e t1334 chs a S.go chs to p b...... 12 3 o7
S al e Hertly ll......I...ae... anwof se e1 e* yds e and w by 14oydn a
aggg e9g r ft pema d iD Weight. and sia ne cor............................. 35 13ji 38 4s t
Mr. K t d tatrb d oa that be took 1 A La i ei ....... wi- of w...... .... 36 1220 io6 4o1
SW to Key W t aWoon .... 42oeand w by o137 ftn ,nd a in sw cor
thee I s to K oftoe '; of w .......... 136 ra ot 1o 2 43
i tI w wa ser~W la Ka this IM Bateman. ............ lots 3 and 4 blk 45 Mcntosh sees 16 and 17 12 1 7 25
ite ag -mb se rr fifty pound Mr, Dllit Eubanks ....... ............los 23 4 5 and 6 of blk 21 McIntosh.....-
S...... .... ........secs 16 and 7 12 1 ; 53
t weig. mad i at of tIb lot I Prkce .... .... .... ...........ots and 58 subdivision of ............'17 121 o 3 37
Erth Ia Walker. ..... ... s' o s ....... .... .. ......... .......-.26i aa S2 o 2 47
a atsM oa; pover aiy ~ o. V Phillip ...................... w of aw of se or w' of lot 7 and se%/
oI(.... ofs ...... 2........ a6 12 21 6o 2 :
9SW lbitd 9f thb r lftWNaellW R t H Walker ........ fe'. o ofseC' ore'2 to lot 7 and sw6:
mwaeme Iha ba gnttheri from Itp of.sw', or lot lz ........... ......... 26 12 21 6~ 26
K l k lot 3;-...1-- ***** *****-**** ** 27 12 at21 6
sham fe **w a of la U. t he avtrAge r it W.en ..... ...... coma at se cor of Thoma Clark grant 12 21
t i .. thence n o4 deg ib min c 5S. chs s 40
wwt the 'urlU' 'l-ill; ery ' -sad. We admit thl is al alaL*-r !and thence 4o deg 3o mine 4.2 chs n
ao deg It mitn e 2.40 chs n 40 deg 30o mn,
' theI **oa | ert briag"IUg **11t -:nT e w5 chs st9 deg 2r min w to p o b varia-
tion deg42 mnn e .............. ........... 1.95 13
N e t4wggg fifty |a,,uu4 *,r a .: .. a e.ttrau ... ..... 16 .4achsn ands by 95chse ::nd w in se:
b W mW e W tI .41 the truth a ve. if it cor ................ :28; i 21 2 4 11
Mnna R H kil .p.... ........ com at a pt 645 chswof se cor .-.... ..2.
ahu tlh thwuder of oiur coUten.pr- thence w :3 26 chs a 16.59 chs c S1.- o chsb
':6 59 chs ....... ..... ............ 22 12
m et -FIfo Mn ytl'r M n Wlker ........ ...... .-. fucl, and net of sw'g and sw:, of
Se. ........ ....... .... ..... ...... .... ....' 34 t2 21 16o 6 13
a- a. u-'rtha I Walker ......~..... fnt; and ac'l of se 4 and se'i ofI
S w '... 'a... .......... ... .............. .... ....... 4 12 21 130 5 TI
"I stark I s my eagitia. aliitaehl M usPhillp..... ... ....... w- otr w. and nw' of Be...... 34 1221 i o 4 48
"iH Halker ...........uw of net, and anw of se ada *rc of
iwnt )at gLr awd lvery nerve was f l .... .................. ....... 5 a at 2o TS
pl w b lprm." write, '. W. Be.I- zrth I Walker ....... ......... e of ne' and ne of e and sw4 of 12 4 7
.a bje 1 w i flli0Dt.m of 3413'' MW Phillips .................... ne, ofne and sw of ne................... 3 al' 2so 3
NJr W5W Phillhip. .............. ... :i of sw%...................... ........ 36 40 0
I 1tg, e s I w M w- k ad ket s e J W 5Duke ... .. ........;lots 22 ; .4 and 42 Borland's sub of w' ofI
V*~ b-amy sd a.: rul H I n ne% of sw%4 ............ 312 2J .Qo 2 zI
H. ...... H Co.!li r .................. .... lotsand 9 .....1224 2
&M. A. I habut0 t giV ;1. I .H 'o llin. .......... *' of ne'.. ........ ................. 6 4 o
S'nk own.-........ .......................sw ... ....... ......... ... .... 3 o 5 4
Sa ou* t '-rit*' BiItter and. a Edwards .................._-w' *w, of se',........... .. ......... ... 15 3 4 I 00
tIee H. Anni and J J McMahan ne of sw / e .25 chs e and w on w side. 163 3 37.50 159
W IM L-h r .: H Annie and J McMahan 3-4 of t ne .......... ........................ a1 13 0mo t 10
Sma Itb." Weak si.Akly rn kentyVSprinke ............. so -:ofnsw wOf w ...... .......... ......25 13 J 2 13
SRe trta prinkle ........ ..... -* e' of se ........... ................ ...... 26 13 20' S 5 49
S alwayI IW ayl tIloW I r 1.~ts, DeMelre .......................n'. iof ne ofste ofnw, and s,' of sw!i
cx ai, of set of se'/ of sw% ...... ..........27 13 o2 8o 2 93
M l rS r .......... .............. anw' of net/..................... .....33 '3 2 39.02 2 1
ity s .- iLaReteao sgu ratiteed Pertha I Walea ........ ... ........... w of u ......-..... .......... 1 3 2 40 6
y ,~ NW Phillips ............ w.... ofw ....... ..... .......... .....I 13'3 1 40 46
b ( gt 001U. Pri`01 U F itRH Walker n.... ..wiofow: .................. .... ...... 113 21 40 :46
1 WalAr. ......... ..........ne oft me% and ne'j of nwX and aw34 of
Se' a nw, of sw ............. ......... 21321, i6o 4 7S
9te f -t rJ@ 1@t t I Walkt...t ........ nwi of ne%/ and nc% of sw anai nws/ of
,. d inw'i and ne'q of se% ........ ...... (2 1321 160 4 8
t11 e li s te gh:-rm. rid. .....d.... 0. e. .. ........... ................. 2 13 a2 i6o 448
9a00 fl a t he irt f av 1' r:1 ................. ... ucoin at a pt 15.34 ch wofecor of s:4a of.
S-PC% n ....... .... ..................... ..... z31321
-mmA. 1w tahe amlth o f if J U, as thence w IS. 6 chs a o chss e f 9.4 chs n to:
., dlt ........ chsS e .chsn to chsto pob ............ 2 3
by J. rt.M.lAgA o.. aCt'- t ... a ... .. .... n .......... nw of nwq and ne4 of nec and a 3 4 of
u. i v i w' o e'i...... ... ............ ... 31321 4
4 'I IWN; M Sit pV. ..- W 'htllp .................*s' ot nc!' and 3-4 ofte' of nwl/ 3 13 1 too 3 Si
d ;T.0I tWst Ialtak g totl 1 4 B Atha I Ualker ......--. na of ne and nek of se, and sw, of,
uw!i 'extw links n and son side of sw t,:
7,,.t74 or l m ttl nl Juue ',*. of nw...................... 3 13'21 i119 ob
.P <, a Wtni:lan .... ........... ... com at a pt 5chs c of nw cor of sw ........ 6 13 21
thence s ochsw 5chs a chs c 15 cns
-r. AITt ag Ikwey r<'P-r.f the e topob ...... --* 3 6o
d sat- g e Ih 1as-e r,, k 'k *'knwn ............. ...... 'com at a pt t ft nof a pt8.98f chs wo of se
cor of nwr ... ........................... 6 13 21
g--*. airt ** Puls *' r ?.nS", :chs to p ob ................ ....... 5 a l
S at J ema ,"'.**5 t1**" SUl'lt M.. A I.1 .rw-. ................. com at apt 23.o0 chs sofnw cor.......... 6 21
- thence s 16.05 chs s 5 chs n 3.:8 chs e :7 53
chsn :.6 chse 17.97 chs n :o33 chs w
la*srt l ,r a. rkO fItr the el 4o.o chs topo b .................... 47 5 6
malllll 7 J e, 0 :'!. ,. "; c nm-mn ....... ........ nwt'4 of ne1 of ne ......713 o i
Seas JaJm. .^e. :sl h. f1 this' ar hrito .................. com at apt 35 ft e of nw cor of ne of
Sttsw ,, ............. .. ... 13 .
jsminalt. I.\ '---.w--rdeasdt'. tbhe ncee42oft isoftw42oftn :;o ft to 91321
S- wmle r re all blpIped l.v t he pob .......... .......... ......2. 20a
& K4 L .ougia, a. ..... ....... n: of seq ........................... .. .......... 23. 13a1 81.6t 2 13
iw r K w f h M il g i tK l .. ............... n- ol :te for ,199 .............. ... ......... 1 13 1at S.61 u 13
k c Lo g!- ............ .......... t: of se'- for i9 ................. .......... ....... 12 13 a I t .61 2 13
.M A l Le i... ............. ne'~ of swi and swg' of s ...................4.. 13 2a 1 o 3 4
** W D sot'l.tt ............ lot 2 and 3 blk Benedict Heights ....... 13 at
Wx yds e and w by *76yds n and r in ne
tw o tha 4tl ily "f L i cor of lrot 3 ... x *7*77........... .. th ; r;
a.t ly ta. r h t. -. II. pkn- ............-. com at sw cor of Stephen Fernandez grant 13 l
thence s 44 deg 45 mit c 21.37 chs n Us
kW IB Hi y Io fol, lk a ud .- l*d- deg 3o min e 5.no chs a 44 deg 40 min w,
-I3- if t d a chs t, w bdy of said grant the-ce s,
|y e ai f tite ide It-e hs t-eUb wet k- M.dieg -? m.n w s..73: hs topo b ........... 150 :4 -5
ind by .ct ',lt .l K .lt-:...yl l.d \'- !r H ?g*t .......... CoZu at a pt 2t 32 chs S 65 dceg 3o m1n w
ftenu srm w cur of Stephen Fernandez


tgo m *y:lgrtlel *.-*,4. grant 1...... 3 1.
lt rl ll t.l: thence ~I : deg 3 mine 37-.40 chbs s deg
Ma-ate the d t lt-r..l mian w 2;,2 chs n deg 30 min w 1-0.534
~a heaura eSimg *WWIi hI%' -4 d1
44S 6tow v p tiwt t uii- i ch n :-,dc.g30omine49'ischstopob .... 134.30 o .1
-1 knf rhle) tw. lle.- '..i M' t. ., w I1.ht. ........ com at a pt~ 74; chsn as deg30 nuu e frcm,
ye uhl a f:Allta- lt C w hth n cotr ephen Fernandez gae t .......' :3 1t
*te f r then a c = deg o min e 22.-u chfi S4
oil dedgg4hin2.lChiS2Sdeg 30 mm w
,, |Ago I~guts ,,f tlhe ',,ta*. t a er deg 4 min e i2.iochs25deg 30 ra w
d 'tstlll .i s A ": -, nca'n ldeg .45 mi w 12.'0 cbs to v
S. ... ........... ....... -o ....... .... ...... 2 50 97
41ma, !. 'f i s- ................ tw' f n of ....... ....... 24 13 2 4 1
S.lt I I "i't, n .........-ormhl at a pt I; t: chs s of ne cor of n11W 2 13 2
1 hu1e c r *chs e 7 3q chl:-r 23 chs e :rzr cihs c ,'.,
r y y .% ut .-M.il,...', y .r tu s to- :, v b. .. .... .....----..-.. ...... 35 5
IM"1 1':... ..... .... Ie' .( nw .... ... .......... ............... 1321 4
!"1,. 0 0:n1............. .. .. 3 13 21 40 3
'-' I 1 .... ....... .e chs q in nw cjr of ne', oft se!
o I U S m@ m. .e Lt o *d th a'ix-' ch.n and son n si-fe .f nw,1
: : ............ ............ .. 13 22 12'9 ; 3 5-
"s o* aia e .... ..... ':,! k :- Sparr......... -- -cs:: and 2 i3 22 1 ;
;,. a ,t.I:-ami ... t., .a a: t z !C 12 z i acres- in I cor and
-' M" M alt.r Vy .ll l. t 1.11W. s- .,.:! c- to church and choo! ................... 7 : 3 3 z." 4
SH .. ............. ........ ....................... .... ....... ........ :3 3 4 o ; i
ev-0-1046-01 sw I 16 1'* 7' 1 13 23 40 24
. h* It. I* .* : ': *. ........ .., i d e ofuw 4 ....... ........ .. 13 2,2. 120 Iz
P1.01 :: .:. 1 t -- .ds o ne co .r of & ......... 13 13
.v .%. n it ;, -r ....:l 20 ds v t 2:o .y s n 2.0 ,
s -.m atd .4h- '' t -i t !.: ? .t1& t O .......... ....... .... .. ..... to 4
1 .\a s.II 'tA, t:>t: clis e of!-w Cor of ne; of
th'at, t l e, vv :s 11 ; zh w .: n I
".- te lt *0 tt tA ,. ch,..t. p o ....... ...................... .....I ;
ae .. .... ... ,.. .. ... t o t .. ........ ... .. ........ .... 1 24 10 1


A 3 9l s t- # .14 al la I S1 1 0 % 1-' e a 't, ~ a I' v
lot agwi.w 'I a l ti ll.


r \' \\, *~ 1...... -- '- 0: t ';* amd i .... ...... -----* .... i 1i3 24
S, t. :w ...... ...... .... ...... -...... 13 24
S1 .... :: ............................... .... .... .. 13 24
it u|t t o' "- H. u< .>- l t :" i :0 k Kerr City ......... ......... o 25
.t ;


OWNEtr


John W uke,............................. na of lot 3 blk.9 a ssOeal ....
known .................. ......... s of lot 4 blk 9 a Oa*
5N M tAlred et al .................. hotel b blk l s8n sn O!l 'i
N M Allred et a.... hotel blk blk it tor t9 n a a Ocala ... ..
Unknown ... all of ex 130 ft n and s by rt2 fe a d w in
ne cor ot blk B Dunn's ceatralad Ocala..
C W Willard ........................... i39,% ft e and w by t ft a and a ins e cor
of lot ? Caliwelln ad Ocala .......
Mrs P McIntyre ............... wU of !ot 1 Caldwells ad Ocala_..........
Mrs Mattie Dunn .......... ... ....alloflot i6 Caldwells ad Ocal........ .......
C M Livngon .......... e ex 6o tt n and a on a sdeoflot23 Cald-!
well's ad Ocala....................---
W K Zewadsi: ............................ o teandwby i4o ft n andaia nw cor of
lot 29 Caldwell ad Ocals
RE Linaay............................... w 1-3of w' ot lot :o Caldwell'sad Ocala...
J HLivgngston Jr 15 ft sq in ne cor of w% of lot 31 Cald-
well's ad Ocala........ ..............
J H Living ton S: ............... e of lot 31 CaltLwell's ad O"al
Mrs Rebecca Dt-siv ............ com at a pt azo it w of aw cor of iot 40 Cald-
well's ad Ocala thence w 75 ft a 2s ft e
5 ft s 31ft top o b ......
Unknwan ..... ............................ corn at sw cr o lot 42 Caldwe'a ad Ocala
thence n 1 ; ft e zIo ft i 5o ft e 65 It s 23i
ftw 175 ft top ob.......... ..... .
Unknown .................. coa at nw cor cf lot 43 Caldwelt'sad Ocala
then e e z4z fst 151ft 1 4% ft s 8aft w
229 t n 233 it top ob ...... .. .........
Cha, W Th--cv ........................... w ex z5o tt e and w by 57 a-3 ftA a ad is n
nw cor of lot 46 Caldwells ad Ocala....
Mary KOrr ............ ............'lots and 2 Reardon's middletown lots
Caldwell's ad Ocala......
Mr. A=-nie F Teazue est of w4 of lot 32 Caldweil's ad Ocala ...........
John s Kealy ... ....................... lot 5 t H Buffunm' *ubof lot 55and e% of
lot 52 Caldwe : ad Ocala
F W\ jza zca4........... ...... lots 3 and 6 of blk T M Richard'a sab of
W N Jackson land- Calcwell'saad Ocala..
Mrs N G C-ce. ...................... lot N Caldwcli's aub of sw part of Alvare
grant....................... ...............- ..-. 15
IrMs Kte )0:rt .......... ..... lot P Ca(ldwe!l's sub of sw part of Alvarez
grant ......... .............. 15 22
J F Cv. ..- ... ............................. co,- at nw cor c,1 'ot .9 Smith and Dough.
erty's ad to 4 cala thence e zoo It s z-S ft
w zoo ft n ?2- ft to po b..............
C !.v-::.-t ; ...... .. ...... w of lot2 Dunnu'snw ad to Oratl
C' ?! .:k-::': :t: ................. all of lot 7 Dunn'. nw ad to Ocala......... .
\%" 'tr...... .. ... allofex :ft u ands by 323-1o fteandw
in nw cor h!k .Scott' survey Ocala..-
r c. -.... .. 'all of l~t 5 Garv ._ ad to Ocala...........
S', ........... ....... 1e and w:. of !ot ': and lot 9 and com at
nw cor of lot -6 Gary's ad to Ocala,
thence s 23: ft e :o ftn a 5% t w 8o ft a
s5% ft w- )t to pb .......... ..


4
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Jar- Anmeti:a ,. icarhorougb ...... .com at Cpt 163 -3.yd wo o necor of anw 27 14 32
thence w li; yds s r>yds c 11 yds a t2o 0
yds to p o b.................. ......
Mrs Amelia 2 Scarborough ..... 4 cbs e aud w by 7 45 cbs a and i se cor
of nw, of nw% ............ 4
C Brin.on ................. ... that part of n! of lot aon e side of Sand-I
land branch...... ............ .......- 2 14 23
John Di llison......... ....... e" of lot 4 of blk ; Paradise 214 3
rs Webster................ ...... ney. of nw1 .................. ..........34 14 23
H M Morris ....................... 15 chs e and w by ic cbs n and s in ne car
of lot 9 .......... 184324;
Unknown .......................... loti 9 sub of ne' 26 1424
Misi Mary McAlpin.................lot osub of ne ...... ........ 144
'known ................ .. ..... lot 21 sub of ne ....24............ 14 4
Hugh Stanaland.................sw and s of se% and nei of nw%.... 334 4
NH Trowell ...................... se of ....... 26
SC CLoag,................................... 3 1-3 yds a hands by 348 23 yd andwia
'necur ct sw'; .. ....... 1646'
Patrick Amith estof .................. n' of new -- ...... 271426
R Long Ar ..........................'... ofne and e o anw ex 23oyds e ad
w bV 22m yds a and s in sw cor of s% of
ne and 3 acres to church and school. 2: L.426i
Joseph A Markham ......... ns % of ww and s of ne% of aw.... 14:15 i8
e~ of nen ..... r. t 5 18
Unknown .... ......... e% of sw .. .... ... ..... ..... a7 5 '
Phillis Large........... ............... e4 of e'4 ex corn at a t 418 ft sofnw cor 1a 15191
thence e 418 It a t e243ft s o104 ft e
4.5oft s 400 ft to Pob................. i
Geo O Turner ............ ... swot lfw% ofnw and a of nw% of
nwk. .................... ....... ............ 13 15 I
r'nknown ........... ............... 2r6 5 ......... 16 519
Harris Blackman .................... of aw and na of sex of nwi and
Wo ofosef of O W34 o: la an
m ce4of ae% of nw3 .... a153'O
H Blackman also Susan Robino.on s1 ol swl< }. ,t t of nw8 .. 8 15.2o
Harris Blackman ......... ...... nt of sw of set of nw%....................... 8 s so
Minnie E Brooks ...... ............ e. of seX of KY sand nwX of me% .-...... 8 zs!
Unknown ...... ... sex of ne .to 15 so:
C C Barco ......... .................... inw} of e ........... ........................ 15 2b
Unknown f ....... .... w .. .....
Unknown ............... .... sw. of neg ... ...... I 1521
Henry Adams ......... ................ e% of nwg ex 632 chs q in sw cor.......... 915 21
Mrs Lczora A Brass .......... in% ofseg ofseg of e ...... 13 15 1
JD McDuffy ........................... of neg e lotsx to ro incl of blk 25
I West Ed Ocala.... 415'21
I'nknown ..................... 21 ft aq aw cor ... 7t15 2:
WT Gar ........................ 2495 chsan and s by socha e and w in ne
c orofase of Alvare grant 15 22
WT Cary ..... ......................... com at a pt 3o chs w ofe cor of Alvar i
grant .............. ........... .....-. 1522
hence n 24 97 chs w 10 cbs a 24.97 chs e 10
cbs topo b...........................
U i G. ..... ........................... com at a pt 40 cha w of se car of Alvam
the a o0 ft w96o fta 1390 ft c 9oft to
Vpo b-...-
WTGaiy ............... ofbe adae of w-.--... t
I, Rifenbery ...co. n at a pt is cbs and jocs wof acor
of SBchex grant .............. ..... 52t2
te hce s cha 66chwe 2 ochas to
Lillie O Booher ............... ......... cm at a pt Is chs s sad jo chs w of e cor
of anche grea t 15i
8b4ce a4hewx0 chs n 4chs e so che to
pob ............... ........ ... i'
H Howard ......... swf of e... .... i2 15 3
TGary ........................... ..... w of sw: ...... .................. ...... 1
W T Gary ....... ses and seo oft ne....
W Gary................ ne of ................. ......
Hester A Cribbs ..................... ...I acre in se cor.........................
Hester A Cribbs .......... ........... s of sw ex 5 acres in aw cor for church ,i '24
LMarlow .. ........... ........... ....
John W Holly ...... .............. e oflswo sad naw of se% ex I;s. yds ei1 ,
and w om e side of nwi of 9se........... .. r4iS5 74
He'ter A Cribbs ........ ............................. .. ............ 5 I 24
neX of ne .................,51 24
Allen B Fort ..... ...... ........ sw% of se/ ... .. ....... .0:5 24
Geo Mackay .......... ... .... that part of ne% ot sr e of Bee Spring*s
run........... ........ ..... 25116 18
F J Titcomb & T W Hood trustees lot 3h5 iuunnellon...... ............... ..j51t6 IS
Mrs Ahice Grigg lots 559 and 560 Ihunnellon .. ................ 35 ,6 iS
T L Wilson ...... lot 32 Dnnellon..... .. ........ .... 35116 uS
Unknown ......... ............... cum at apt on Blue Springs run o ft nof a' i
street 6o It wide running e and w divid-i '
ing equally the .eZj of sw}........... ij t16 9q
thence n o ft w to street eof S O &
SRRs ooft etopob ....................... i
t'nknow"C ......................... se% ot ne and et of se% ...............19 1619
Unknown ......... .... ... w.. of sw iof ............ ........ 2 6 19
Geo N DoI rr .............. se ............. .. ............ 16 9
L L Ak::-. ...... ............... '. ; of nwn, and sw? of nw .......... !31iz6 2'
Mr. c1 T Cu!verhouse ............ sw t ........... .............. .......... 13 6 o
Mr., C T Ca.erhtuse .... ......... sw/ of e~t .............. .......-..-.. .:. ;6 so
C H :3 berger ..... ................. n. 1 of uw% of nw j ................ 415622
Geo H Ford .............................. lots 7 and 13 Brown and Dial's sqb of C de' !
Jesus lHijttelas grant tps ...... a5and 6 22
Mrs Anna R Ricdardson.......... na of n,; of lot sub of G S Brown place C
de JesmsHijuelo grant .........tpa i5 and' 16 I
W T Gary ....................... asw% of ne ...... ....... 21 1622
C G x .. ............ ..... w of e .............. ................ 2 6122
Joseph Lucius .............. .. e1 ofsw, and nw, of sw .... ... 6 s62
Unknown ....................... na of sex and swv of se and se ofsw% a si3,
Mrs Fannie Morrison ........ sw% of sew and e3. of sw leas % of s an
.. .... .. ......... 4.1719
Unknown .............. ............ se ofseC and a of e% 3......... ... 3.17a
A R Brock- e of se and w' ,of sej... .. .... 7 17
Geo W Turner........................ nw ofnwrw% of sw'...............9........... 1 9172
Geo O Turner ........ -!sw of s- 7........... |17Ijo(
SWLLayton .. .... ...........-w4 nw: ofsegand e'~ of nwof el! I
and be% of nw% ot ne ......... 17 20
Mrs Lozora A Brass ................ of new and ney of se% ad nae of I
nwu ot o af .....-........... ll17 27
5 W Ila ton ,sw% of sac ................... t. 1720
Geo O Turner ......... .. n of ne ................. ......... .. .. 17 20.
SJ Milam ... .s........... .e of ne ....................... ........-... 2 7 20;
WH Johnson lo 4 5and s of lot 3 Evan' sa of e% of
se. ........ .......- .. 317 2:
Joe R lMvi" ...... n'/a of se......... .........-:5 17 a
W H Johnson ......... in ofs ofe sow! of nc ......-.. ........ a4 17 Sa
L B Branch....... ........ ufss ... -.......-.. -24 17 22
e of neq ............. 25t17 ,2
Archiball aad Richardson ....... in w cor of lot9......................
eC COn 4 29 chs w of se cor of lot 9 .4 1 1 723
thence n 34% deg w 2.83 chbs 54 d 5
mn w 7 chbs s Idear 6 56 chs e t3 c-- s.
Clarenc E Tj''or .... ......... com at a pt 25 links w of ne cor of lot ......!2172
thence w 3 4 5-al c ch s a chs e 3.48 9 I
chs n chsto pob
Mary E. Norwiood ... .... .....-. cornt at a pt 2o chs n of se cor of lot a........ 5a l7'3i
thencew I chs n 4.5o cha e n.tcb cs ,
4.50 chs to p o b ......... i ; i
Marv E Norwood ................ e4 of e of s. of lot 3........--.......-217 23
Unknown ......................-- 31.81 rode a nwbyg6roa nands in nw ;
car of se# .. '2 "7 23
LB Branch .......... .. ....... ad of swi....... .... ........... --j tir-
Uaknow.n ...... uos S and 161 Weir ark............... 41-a
W T Ga.rf ......... ....... ^ of lot I..............
Mrs Annae C Porcee .................. co at apt a.76chns af of p e
sw cor .......... ....... ...... -Ihf
thencc s 28 deg .o rai e i c se ghk. So I i
Weir n 54 deg e 4 ch a 33 4 4aBa r
29deg30 min w 964 chs s54 del 8 c hs '
topob.... ........ ......
Unknown .............. ................ lots and 3 o, bik 9 Stanton -.... )1 7 24
Unknown ......... ............ .. .a1 of n1 w ofsw% of ne^ ..... ........... ......2.. 't4
Mrs Sallie Davenport ........... e ofnwL of se of sw=.. ~ 124
Unknnwn ................................. s of anw and n. of sw ex 2 acres...... 31 27 24
Mrs AS MartIn .................. lots and 3 of blk 32 os Ocala ........ i.
J McDuffy ...... all of ex 124 ft sq in nw cor of blk 34 o s
Orala...
Mattie DDuff ................ e1 of lot of blk 38 os Ocala....... ...
Unknown .............. n of fractional bik 40o a Ocala.. ......
Adeline C Harter allof bk 4o s Ocal............. .......
W D Dawkins ......... lot I und 1-3 int blk49g o s O 't
Unknown ......... ...... ..... lot I uad :-3 int bik 490 s Ocala..........
Wm Lumpkia ...................... n1 oflot bik r9 n a s Ocala...... .........
atllie igh ....... ............. ...... s of lot a bik I n s s Ocalal


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THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 26, 1901.


Martie.
MprcamlCorreCIadentu Oc*a! Banner.
KIIS,-ive raiun are doing the crops
mure damage. Besides the injury to
the lage amount of cotton planted
ia this eetioa, it has made the roads
in the hammock impossible for the
mber hearts run by J. M. Brown's
lumber amp.
Famdie academy is being repair-
ed. A new dormitory will be ereet-
ed between now and Christmas
It is ernestly hoped that Easter-
ling Bro. will plant near Martin an-
ethr yar. This is the best canta-
leope bet in the date and it will be a
great laeto this section if the firm
esuld go to the eat coast. We hope
that speelal inducements will be offer-
edo get them to remain. Atpresent,
however, it seems that the eat coast
people will secure the firm.
Mr. E. P. P. Townsend has purchas-
ed the fine tract of land known as
Selden's hammock. He will put it all
under a substantial fence and will con-
vert it into a great vegetable farm.
Mr William Knoblock and his ac-
',omplished daughter spent a day at
*-ilver Mprings fishing. They caught
:.,.re fl-h than they cared to bring
h-lrme.
Mr. S. IH. C('itty -spt-pt Saturday and
.Micam|vy.
I'e Mleft!!rt saw mill i- running on
:. ; time. The barrel, lumber arnd
rate -busine-s of this mill is steadily
1rtsintug. Large orders for crates
and orange bloxes, as well as for lum-
ater, are coontantly conmiue in.
Mr. E. Hoflman, of Ocala, has a fine
position with the Crane. MacMahon
Company. At present the company
in getting out timber from Sugar
Hammock.
Daniel Baxter, of the Plant System,
me spending a few days at home.
J. C. DuPree, who has business
heels here and at Reddick, will soon
leave for New York to buy a large
etek of fall and winter goods. While
in New York state be will take In the
ig exposition at Boflio.
#'TAT Or 031, CITY OF ToLEDO, C
LUCAs COUvTY.
FmRNK J. CHIEMY makes oath that
ho is the senior partner of the firm of
l. J. J. CK a & Co., doing business in
the City of Tledo, county and state
aftmead, and sai firm will pay the
sma of ONE HUNDRED DOt.ARS.
for each and every ease of Catarrh
that anot be cured by the use of
HALL's CATARRH CtRE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
is my presence, this 6th day of De-
dember, A. D. 1886.


seal.


A. G. GLESON,
Notary Public.


Hall's Catarrh Cure ii. taken inter
ally and acts directly on the blood
and mucu surfaces of the system.
Sen for tetlimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
old by Druggists. 75c.
Self Cit IPtems.
bpeI-a: Corretsonmence Ocala manner.
Gulf City is situated twenty-one
,nile south of Tampa among beauti-
tI orange groves and vegetable farms,
and Iprotperity is everywhere visible,
,le-p|ite the M aud ,gold sttandard.
J. J. Durham, pride t of the (ulf
*'ity vSpe'ialty ('coiipaty! has Ibeen on
thle tick list for everral days, but is
'o\'I.Vt k(nIvahl-.tring.
J. Thi I, I'*ts 'li'i .'sto of lhist pro ,- *'y l.*reatti i i: tiiuke Sarasota hisi
r'tur.- Ihmon-.
T. R. Elli-s. vie- Irrt-identt and gen-
eral umnalcer of the (i u; ('ity Spec-
. talty C'4 t plany. I.pending a month
with hi- lsr.ent- :st itra.
Gilsi avid A\ 'drew Elii., two old
Mari,'i'n coun:tvy lo., are living nere
uad k ,tl. dointi well. CITIZ.N.
Dir. (*.o. Ewainti. a practicing phy-
i4'at: cof Smith (ra(,C. Ky., for over
thirty t.a rsw, wiitet L;-W i-ersonal ex-
lweriet'ne with ,Foley's Kidney Cure.
"'For year I hav. beene bothered with
kidti.-y tri ulelh aud enlarged prostrate
gladl 1 uti-ed everythini l known to
the l 'rofef*ion without relief, until I
wa itndul;-ed ti, uie Foley's Kidney
<'ure. After usiiz three bottles I was
nutirely relieved and cured. I pre-
.crile it now dai'y in my practice and
heartily re-etnitivnd its ue to all phy-
:cian f.r -uc-'h troubles, for I can
honestly state I have presvribed it in
hundreds of ct.as-. with perfect success.
.-ntti-Mot olply DrugR Store. u
Andalusia.
rt;c; ". C, *'2 t:'. N ', "'e Oca' a Bannter.
I. '. E:llias ait T. J. Lee will take a
trip ou the (kOklawaba river this week
Alnmt. and lhutsting, they will leave
here on the ..' andt will stay several
days. We hope they will have a nice
time and enjy the trip.
There in a ':rike 'n wet hammock
stove known as Mr. Charl-v White's


A Woederfl nwpaper.
"Name on the Sky," is the title of
a weekly newspaper printed at 95
Washington street, Chicago, Ill., I'.
8. A.
C. W. Dean is the publisher and is
in the flesh: B njamin Franklin, Wil-
bur F. History, William Bross, Wash-
ington HeWing and Horace Greeley
are the editors, and are in the spirit.
The following is the list of "special
contributors :"
Father Adam, Mother Eve, Methu-
saleh, Noah, Father Abraham, Lot's
wife, Moses, Johua, Phinehas, St.
Peter, St. Paul, Jens of Bethlahem,
Mary Magdalene, Martin Luther,
George Washington, Noah Webster,
Abraham Lincoln, Jefterson Davis,
Henry Ward Beecher, Henry George,
Charles Darwin, Dwight L. Moody
and Robert G. Ingersoll.
If any fault can be found with the
list itean only be in its incompletenem,
and it is suggested that the following
writers be added to the number of il-
lustrious contributors:
Aprodite, Apollo, Aristotle, Bac-
chante, Balaam's inspired companion,
Bacchus, Brahma, Buddha, Confucius,
Calvin, Cerberus, Clio, Dante, Hecate,
Iris, Juno, Odin, Osiris, Pegasus, Pla-
to, Pluto, Saturn, Satan, Shakespeare,
Siva, Socrates, Torquemada, Zeu* and
j -K op.
'With thepe illustrious authors as
regular contributors "Name on the
Sky," ought to lbe able to change the
literature of the world and lift it
above sordid want.
The Drift of Ceninmet-Other Issues
and Other m*n.
Other states will probably follow the
lead of Ohio and declare for other
measures and other men. Old issues
are put away and old party leaders are
relegated to the rear.
This action is not one, necessarily,
of a change of view nor is it a reflec-
tion on these gallant leaders who have
fought the fight and with thousands,
yes millions, of devoted followers
gone down in the struggle.
We may still honor those men while
acknowledging that new conditions
make it imperative that we have new
leadership.
The eternal principles of democracy
survive and with the saner movement
inaugurated by the Ohio democracy
those principles will yet have their
day of expression.-South Florida
Record.


BRYAN AND BRYAN DEMOCRATS NOT
BUILT THAT WAY.
The press dispatches and republican
papers and gold-plated democratic
papers all unite in maintaining the
silence of the tomb as to the names of


- those ten Bryan democrats in Ohio
Swho are going to bolt the ticket nom-
inated by the late convention and
Raise bades generally. The truth is
there are no such lwr.~ous. No ten
democrats of the Bryan brad can be
scared up In the whole state of :hio
who could lie .llll.ne*( to ido -u h1 a
thing.--Tampa Heral,.

The Best Perseription for Malaria
Chills and fever i .,'iof
Grove's Tasteles C('lii'i T... s
simply iron and ~i i lit.i-. i -' -s
form. No cure-nio I,:t. I, .
Those who live on t'i ..f a
to many accidental ,u'--. it
bruises, which heal r' \vi-n
Ballard's Snow Linii!ot i :o!y
applied. Price "5 ~l sd -. .t-
ti-onllopoly Druy Stor. ti
I.tec:ic'- \Vet 'l\ y.
The South an Industrial Mecca.
(o south,. yo,,i g ii : ("'<'-i:ier
what she is (oinig in cll tol siniin .
In 1 90 her factories useti i.45d,o4' l;les
of that staple, while in 1904i they used
1,517,M, bhales. Observe how S.he is
increasing her output of piig irii. Iher
product having increased fro:i 1,*ii;j,-
41i1 tolns in 1IS1.1 to2,14S,s4' tons in 19I00.
Notice also, that her coal production
rose from 12,I7,0t21 tons in 1"s4n to 19.-
7TS,_27 tons in 1S99. And do (ot over-
look the fact that she is not only mak-
ing money, but saving it. her savings
banks having S),ll depositors, with
total deposits of f14,S40,199 in I:'o,, as
against 43,(68 depositors, with aggre-
gate deposits of $8,71;,S~4 in 1S.98.
White Cream Vermifuge not ouly I
effectually expels worms,: but is un-
equaled as a tonic, and i- a certain
and permanent cure for ehiils and
fever in children. Price ;V cents.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. in
The Woman Astride.
Iluflalo Bill who certainly knows
something about riding, recently said:
"The only way a woman should ride
Sis astride. You mark my word,.ten
years from now there won't be one
side saddle in a thousand. What sort-


Poison




Poison


Oak


Ivy


BOTANICAL REPTILES

Their Sting Sets the Skin on Fire and Fi
the Veins with a Violent, Lingering Poison


These plants seem to partake of the nature and character of the
serpent; in winter time being comparatively harmless, but when warmed
into life by spring and summer heat they become extremely venomous
and spiteful, emitting a milky juice that burns and blisters like a fiery
acid, producing quick inflammation and painful swelling. Some persons
are so susceptible to these vegetable poisons that coming in their vicinity
will produce almost as much discomfort and pain as handling them;
their thin and sensitive skins seem t absorb from the surrounding
atmosphere the acrid juices emanating from these .plants. There is
seldom a picnic or family gathering in the woods but that some mem- Prs
oer (,f the party comes in contact wtit' 'iiIson Ivy, Oak or some other
hur:-tful plant or weed, and through the open pores the poison is carried
to the overheated blxod. Poison Ivv is found clinging to tree trunks,
fenlcs, or rocks, sometimes reach-
BLOOD SATURATED WITH POISON OAK. r rock sometimes reach
l~r v g:-cat heights; th e leaves are
Mr. John Friel, of Bear Station, Del., g gr'at heights the leaves are
-rites: "I was poisoned with poison oak near square in shape, smooth
which went through my blood, and my : -,
condition became so serious that the and si lv and three on each stem;
doctors all said I could not get well. I the flowers are of a greenish white i
remained in a precarious condition, con- e ers are a greenish white
fined to the house, for siz months, when color, and the berries pale green or
I saw S. S. 8. advertised and began its .
use, soon realizing tha t it wa doing me white. The Oak is a small shrub, seldom mre than three
cred. continue. think it o b bld feet high, its size depending upon the'nature of the soil,
medicine made." location, etc.; the leaves are long and pointeA with saw-


like edges and a downy appearance underneath. While the two plants are entirely unlike
in appearance, the poisonous effects are very similar. TUiM E EVE Uw S U T E WM
After the swelling subsides the skin remains for a long m A. N..t !eofea., w
time in a rough and inflamed condition, dotted here and e s .imiiar t **oth-sa t ed.1. w%
there with bad looking ulcers and little festering sores. -S" eM yh em itS
It is truly remarkable with what regularity and Xi:e 'I Ls
certainty the disease returns, and always on schedule *bem* vow&- *S
a. L, Wa ndh use et st, wme
time, appearing the same month, day and hour, almost, avm em ** e s eI a ,tw ,e
that it did the year before. Don't be deceived should all """a "
the signs of the poison vanish soon after the first attack-the acrid juices have been tahme
through the open skin pores into the blood, and the most persistent and faithful use of
external remedies can never dislodge them, and next season, and for years to come, y u may
expect to endure the same bodily tortures; the blood in the ine~ttit,- becoming so saturated
and charged with the poison that each succeeding attack
leaves the body weaker and recovery more uncertain and
slow, and thus the once simple malady ends disastrously.
For every poisonous plant, tree, shrub or flower, nature
has wisely provided an antidote or cure. The roots and
herbs of which S. S. S. is composed quickly, surely and
permanently overcome and drive out of the blood and
system the effects of Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Virginia Creeper, Thunder Weed, Sumac and
vegetable poisons of every variety. S. S. S. will be found an invaluable and perfect antidote
for poisons of this class. There is never any return of the aggravating syuaptoius after a
course of S. S. S., as it destroys every vestige of the poison.
Don't ab::ndon hope because of repeated failures. State your case to our doctors; we feel
sure they can help you. Medical advice will cost you nothing and is strictly confidential.
Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
--- -


To .'acksriv.lse sad Return $1.50
'. 'i. System will operate its
i, ;. t excursion to Jacksonville,
-i
on M1:dtiay August 5th, and will sell
t .* o;r all trains on that dlay, from
T, l'-i,. <'. I'.ttersburg, Ocala, (Uaiues-
vil;e a otl interniedliate points, to Jawk-
s' vi ; : t!ii 'r. Train will leave
O -:ma: : :: : ;. i. and the rate will
be ~1 e: e limited to return un-
ti!, :and! a Aug. S. :tFurither
i'jfor ::' : c tiCkets caln b' ,oh-
ttii,,i f ,:t \ ',rt ( erig andl Miss J.
C. lai":-, .>. en1ts. B. F. %VWatts,
traveliti, ,.l--,10.rr agent, F. M. .Jol-
ly, divi-ionn -engier ageent, Jarkson-
vil:-. D. W. Wreun, pt-.. !er traf-
tfte i :a_.ver, Savannah.
.J:- I. A r:,1,, of i :t. 0., writes
"I lat -i o! i.- t!l'tte r-* oil umy ftace
whiti eve -rychi;jz else failed to heal.
After ,ne apiplic'ation of lt-nner Salve
it hegtan to heal anid rfter three appli-
cation it was entirely healed leaving
no sear. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

The Three Cent Fare.
The Ki--iinmee Valley Gazette hav-
ing rested its case on the statement
that "the commission was better able
to judge of the justice and reasonable-
neos of a three cent passenger rate
than the legislature," discontinues its
argument. The people, however, do
not seem to be satisfied with that
statement and can not ,see its rele.
vancy to, the question as to their
rights in the matter.-Orlando Record.
The Best Remedy For Stomach and
Bowel Trouble.


BENUS' BAKERY

IIA -


St A Gowa Foundation
THE STAFF OF LIFE i
THE STAFF OF LIFE Means comfort, peace and health.
Asmad Ire is pure le-The blood can't circulate through
some anti nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our poor feet cramped and pinched int.
BREAD tight hoes or shoes of unnatural
And we take particular care that noth- sape. The feetsuffer from coron and
ing shall detract from it. The best bunious, and the sluggish circulation
flour. prepared by skillful hands in I affects the entire health.
cleau, well ventilated rooms and per- We sell shoe, that are shaped lite
fectly baked in mode'tn ovens, gives
our customers bread unequaled even toe human foot, but yet which remain
by the very best home made article. an air of elegance and style. C'om-
.- --. -- portable shoes are not necessarily ugly

H ughes --not so at all, if you come here.
11- a ^i A 0% V a


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


"I have been in the drug business
for twenty years and have sold most An Excellent General Tonic, as well
all of the proprietary medicines of any as a sure cure for Chills and Fevers,
all f t r prAi Ttai lMalarial Fevers, Swamp levers and
note. Among the entire list I have Bilious Fevers, p evers and
never found anything to equal Cham-
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea --ITr NEVER FAILS--


G.
South side of


A. NASH,
the msuare. -ala, Fla.


MlcIVER and JACIAi


FUNERAL

DIRECTOR!











THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 26.


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thw s A. I- lik-ek. n f ti jramfl..
IW *A law f..Ov. i i sli.I 'ar;.' Ul-
V." ,.. %rf.' h.se-4 r si41f "kill
wresmwatlei 4 ar.uarmtat.- tu
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A. K. HA\WKES
The Famous Atlanta Optician


GOLD MEDAL
Higthest Award Diploma of Honor.
Established I .\

tIrhewe Faous Glasee' for sale by
DR. WM. ANDERSON.

Ive siht l'c~sted Free.
Snaution' Hawke"' (larse~,s are never
wdmllltd. Be sure that "Hawkes" is
stamlwd on frame. 2-8


Mr\ 'l'ssu ~'* ~'~FBor
awq '.e i-ic L YIr i M Mur'oh% mist
040814 y %%#ut I.t It*- a ttm-t icsel "
1r rW 11tt11. 0of I sl'asusmnlke GoentsB
saw %i,..t, it 1. to. f ly a few d l

Whb a*.t all js ia ..sauI l waker te1w Fuifl

arvI W tile. of( CNAw. *'r-neh"d B e c k h
a groo ey "reohw sue a to a tsIg
a0d ew1aurwI ausldeke ftmday.
Ms. T. 0L vUtr. of Atihomy paid
%is medeWr a WiM wiutdmy. New -
b I&6ow FPmo pine tob he Its.n
Is Nom lvo ts d Ikum it fail t
ISyuimlSY~sf thud' Uk,, itfalltO&,
do$ $* a a If A" N ** U40"


.l 1w "P. A feW dWW nO l'fCWUIDC
my dwe ruVI a quell ..f .tc4kn
H4w*Ase lo the ot&b' grfuet liver medl.
OW It r"" c t.ol aNd rort. P it'
be retsnt- AntI-moonaptly Irgt'ere~m
?he 6 .oewd a" f.


Geo. S.Hacker Son.


things


am & Co's


Store


14HUS~E of
AgITSis.
ASEESASKERY.


Th rate. tw twMeditr r.hantt' Block Oeala, Fla.
The- irt-tit. t# t wton tlwdlitir aund i
hi* rwfade* h 4theewn disru l. I A PANESE
T wy s*. | s.ver. I'y no mean a1m s o JAPANES
ag(irltait a the- relations between ;
tih esIdator maitI bhi wfte. wher'h the
sMatrrtlre ItO, r-rt defines as fol- I
'*l *edeo mmd hs w tsi du A new and complete treatment, consisting of
"Tr o wl lei s ii d lma .e bupp1 :tores. Capsult' of Oirtment and two
very nesatetrialy. tbhe et. things to b'" of Ointment. A nev-er-failing cure for
Pilem of every nat,'re and degree. It makes an
raett atud re writ e things to rt. operation with t: knife, which i painful., and
Soteo results in Aeath. unncvessarv. i cn-
Sru str what tlMitb write and be dnre this terrible disease? We pack a written
whe..t otben r Mbe kel urtein each box. Nocnre. nopay.
th v o t a box. t, for $5. Sent by mail. Samples
tL ervt! lt of tbt hout a I- a i aIs free.
pi-mde and IW de4ale hi and oould OITMEXIT SC AND "*C.
sod F to pW r itbot ,ia. Sb rIPPATIOIe Cured., Piles Prevented, by
kYew ustwe thim th an write w ia 1Japanese Liver Pellets, the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
im wrtoe a -wer thllPg than be knows. purif.er. Small mild and pleasant to take: es-
pecial!v adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
to 1r gand JJ W I :;cg Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. 2
The PFIt f4yaw ea ill operate itt
w*-metbly '**Mrseen to 'Tampaj on
968d8.'. V.ut 1. a rid will -II tick-
.r tier all truim, 4mnt that day, fronu m Ah"Ve iVML
JeAnals ille. Hieh prmnslt. (;taitM- AhM"i we kt.
eMr. a&si jlusenl. wath sIrrof. Train
will Wv- r t 'N* at ..' ,. .. alatld the -l
rte.- 9I. II let- lstui'-d4 to, return until
ad ,e.rlutflrg .At. 1. I*L. T-klet U van
hw oblteIl frI(eNl tl- J. 4' Maugh, i
o* Aler' 4.rit. atl-kert a antr. For
MAMplpi y B ol. t. It Wxt-. I I1 md Annual freew.
trlv*lit F *g't. M. J tlsloramseg-t 3 l. Jaektivillr, \-10W. i

ICtI


'n aT r f eli GT the ge'au I"
11 remrawien mw
soing*ofemseweollSt~-e
"'~he astgrr. -.,timUptitl of Ithe
Ammo-irS.all ;w-sjoir 1. the. gre-t fesuvi-
dftsie's ?a ''1I.filr auduotrlal 15t-
gre. l'r. to-eq*'rc (i tsisetd


'lee e-rad-.al. w1,srwaa. frs.&-I tite. 0 -tr~ill
rev. tie SeAli" [AUC. Iseurili Is fismo

swr USItAlt1,10 .'4 1114 *04rflit. willtlig'

3.-r sitCows ard'ly cremei.' m'at
M...,~j '% IS' .;i ~ Tr.. I,.


J fifict,

whatle, -. wan -%Al 1111C lit'efit.. E MP
mle..t *t att.n& (ac'I-B Ijukh l y bho woo
etc" ura'fro-
%e. a.# a .- I'I':. I At rhetIiixti-"ti
t actl I 'A A.' A' I ;& -. i : 1' B leesmd.
I tvay is 'ore' Iwap'-


mareal Court of t"query


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VIGOR OMEN
EIfNILV. qI'I('KLY AND
PERMIIAENTLY RESTORED

I IM L.I rri P"GREAT FRENCH
ONIC AND VITALIZER is .~ld with written
g'uarantet to ute nerouvtus debility, lost vitality,
failing memory fits, dizziness, hysteria, stops
a:: dra:n-on the nervous system caused by bad
habit- or etxc aive use of tobacco. opium.
I:t r' o r' r :sing the pace that kills." It wards
o>f in anlty. consumption and death. It clears
;he t: i and brain. builds up the shattered
n:e' c- r-l',re. the tire of youth.and brings the
pink g:,ow to pale cheeks and makes you. young
And %trorg agrin. -c. :2 :lxix. -5. By mail to
'anv" a,'lt.-- Anti- Motr 'po!y I)r:g Store. 2


Jerry

Burnett


O AL4
nfQ=A.


Mercnant

Tailoring


Fine--ta ImportedI alnt1

Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Ouaaranteed.
Escaped Convicts.
A rt-%% 'ar-t er- t oft:1l44 "i't'lh %4 illt. he sAid
Si. n :i the .ret alituit., t"r f..r in foer-
tamiot m a tieit will ev~i it' 1iv me Is' rec.ape-

li~te' Litr.vt'takt~~e'in vosi.ra the'r short


MAINUlPA ciO1U
DOORS SAH. BLINDS.
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATKr~ETA
11.0, am hay gigss A im
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
southh &d thereby save
money.
ONeIand warenowms KRin oppodMo (ama
CHARLESTON, 8. C.

NOTICE OF ZZE.TON T 0B OG bAA=T A
SPECIAL TAX SMC 0L DZSTBR T AT
IEB FArU.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
election will be held at the Griner Farm
school house. Marion county Florida. during the
hours between 9 o'clock a. m.. and 4 o'clock p
m., of
Saturday, AgAust 3d, A. D., 19o1,
for the purpose of creating a -pecial tax school
district to be known as the Griner Parm special
tax school district No. xi. Boundaries of said
district to be all of the south half of township
i4. south. raae22. 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 the aid Special
District for the 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 person have been appointed
inspector and clerk of said election: B. II.
Leitner. C. T. Luffman and J. J. Luffman, in-
spectors. and C Murphy clerk
Attest: G. S. SCOTT.
W. D. CARn. Chairman.
Secretary. 7-5

NOTICE.

In the Circuit Court of the lP:tt Judicial Circuit
ot Florida in and for Marion coun-
ty-In Chancery.
William L. Vandeventer. complainant, vs. An-
nie R. Vandeventer. defendant.-Divorce.
IT IS ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VANDE-
venter, defendant in thiscause, be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
cause on
I/ It is further ordered that this order be pub-
lished once a week for eight c.in-ecutire weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This June 2oth. A. D. 19or.
[Seal.] S. -.-. ISTRlUNK,
N. M. ALLRED. Cl-ri Circuit Court.
Conplainant's Solicitor. 2 zS

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
LAND OFFICEE
AT GAINESVILLE. F.LA., June 17, 1ooi.
NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named settler has filed notice of
his intention tomake final proof in support of
his claim, and that said pro:o' wil be made be-
fore Clerk Circuit Court at Oc :a. Fla. on
Jlu! 7.-. l9":
vt7: ClIARLEK ALLEN. of '.-'r -;prings. Fla..
Hd 2357" for the ne:, of nw. and nwli of ne'4.
sec. 3. tp. 15. r 22 e.
He names the followingwttse es to prove his
continuous residence upon andl cultivation of
said land. viz:
Aaron RKck'd, liarvey Chmirile. Bachman
Rackard. Arthur .'ht t. of ,.:-tr Springs, Fla.
621 W. G. ROB:N! ON, egi-ter.
m aST&rATO0s r!ts.

OTICE IS H-EKREIn GIl ',-N THAT ALL
creditor. legatee% and <:-Lrt:.utes and all
persons having laimni- ag.s:z:.t thr estate of
MARY ELIZ- KEEP. decta--(I will present
the -ame to the uIndersigned : administrator with
the will annexed. within th ;:Tin allowed by
law. duly an'thenticated, for pa )ymnt. or else
thti notice will be pleaded itn i of such pay-
ment. My ipostoffice address .- Mciutosh, Flor-
ida. Iuly 2'th. too1.
X.'. F. ALLEN
Administrator with Will A:nnextd ot the E-;-
tat"-of Marv Eliha Keel,. D[ecta- !.
\V. S III. LOCK. 'yt
Atty. :or Admini'tt ator.

AMNlyIST3ATOB'S XOCTICE C APPLICA-
TION 70E FINAL DISSAGBE.
tornl- !S HERI':BY CI\V.N THAT TilE
tun.'errstgiedl a administrator ot the ctatt I
"I JAM V: B. CAMIBET.L. ws:: on the
.,i' / :'i" of 01 {< t -- r, .' 1'., rI :. I


A Gwomia t1 WISZLmm OIL=b







makes 2 -l- of the vxu' nw Pam
h the woLD


amisemmnt RW Is VAu

ni a bpreaan d It*tkeCommo m
or I0A3 no a"rrMaI sinaIA


XDur ToCSM sonk P2Lor aw

Sold and grwpsteed by


TEE RGIET 00.


OCALA -


FLA,.


-For- -


Pure,


Fresh


Drugs


---Go to---


The


Anti-i-onDopoly


Drug Store,


vGESTIZ. Smt thN Nowriovel sorry

PIGEON MILK
INJECTION.


Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to flur da
Its action is magical Prevents striture. Ar
Complete. ro be carried in rest pocket. S
,preventative. Sent by mall in pliM pckge
prevaid, on receipt of price. $t perMbs, throe
summ.for Ct:50_. Anti-Momopoly Drug tore. Ocab, la



HUBBARD & MACDUFF


IH A RI DWI A R Ej.'
*** : .. *.... .. .. ;.


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 I MPL E-

MENTS, DEERE PLOWS,

PLANET Jn. GROVE CUL-

TIVATORS, ALL KINDS

OF GARDEN TLOLS,

COOKING ST 'VES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWA[RE. CUT-

LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.

Hubbard & Macduff, ocala, in".


THESE ARE THE POINTS:
Long Distance Axels Patent Stop Couplings. Spring
Cushions. Genuine Leather Trimmings. Quarter
Leather Top. Rubber Carpets and Splendid
Quality. These are the points that
make our ANCHOR BUG
GIES the best medium
price buggies on the
Market.
They are Attractive and Durable.
Better Come and Look at Them.

STANLEY, CRANFORD & CO.


J. H MORTON.


DC ALA LUMBER


w. D. MORTOx.


IPAWI


(Also S essor1 to aTnkee Mr*ltl W7ers)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
Sehof Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames, Railings, Pulpits. Bedrom
Suits. Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned ,Vcrk,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
PA' w.NT BEE d nViS A SPECIALTY.
Z' Estimates promptly furnished.

RMOND-BY-THE-SEA1
HOTEL COQUINA, East oastf Florid
Hote-l I'ouinia its situated on a bluffdirectly overlooking the o na.
Whill- it otffr- a:ll the delights of the ses-shore. it is only ten mittel' wal, or
tive 'inut'-s by horse car, from the orange groves and palm shaded walks on
the bauks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad iatloa
tbiur rconuected with it ty horse-car. Beautiful walks and drive*. -.ovo df
flelon, orange, and rare tr,,pieal fruits, avenue of oleander and palmett
River, octeau, urf-bathiug and fine fishing. The climate is delightful, and k
bl;t'tic'ial in e'"ses of overwork or nervous prostration.
WVill ,penI anout the first of June, but will ie in a position to take ears of
:erit-s .f( -r 'lay -)oth Summetr rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. M
For further information address, D. B. MATHE-SON, Ormood, Fia.

A& law


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TRc OCALA BANNER. JULY 26. 1901.


TEX


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Up


GROCER


YOU


WANT


WE WANT YOUR


TRADE!


And devote all our time and attention to making our store


the best in the 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 (


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


. ... And Numerous Other Meats. ...


Kingan's Old Reliable Hams


The best on the market.
Sweet, mild cure, and as near home cured as can be produced.


n Flou st Patent and F.S. Patent have the Extra Ballard's Obelisk Thebes
the good gradeP *tenII*at Pure Winter Wheat. Blrs Alway reliable.


In canned fruit and vegetables, we have tile
Finest on earth. Price in reach of all


us Rya Scarlet Brand Guaranteed by the packers. Your money
Famous Royal Scarlet Brand backif not just as represented.
II I I I


OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Needs no enumeration, as it is always replete with a full and complete stock of the
Necessities of life, and at lowest market prices.


We guarantee to give


you


just


what


you want


at as


low


price,


not


chase for elsewhere.


lower,


than


you can


pur-


Give us


"Rib LkAb l AI k -Or'uA16


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