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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: August 2, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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


bETA IUE M'6l.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


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Mr. Ia Newho hae. rusever
h smMoa" lomusMsAndil aoin at
bia Pow$a Treries.
Pvwm l puw-Pves DrugRtow.
Mr. J. A. Pblim hmasretuned ftm
a wswe"iu vu to T msev. He
low "a b to C4 aft.
M. Thames mu ts and children
wv qupodinga week a the "old hhome-
'wad -~r V1t,8s Plant.
1prow" itrem- i4swe "We togStor".
The rane Indutry semso to te
ery mcl. alive. It is destined to
again toi the lieg Indudtry of the

Mom May Allr@d, of Jackuoarille,
pu-eut lamt Munday and Monday ii
4 bslm titor gure ofl wr brother, Mr.
N N. AWLul
No. &4wrnt Priute and Mers Ornusp
!t-AA-cjsweft recently married at
XT11,.ts-mn. to Alnrlaue, Juet aer'w' tile
%6r1 141*'.umatr lIn.
Ilr.-- It ll't I'O lw~.ff' I4~,( rii 2u l .rc.
Mr. W \W, V. o and children I
.javo *1-1r. IJ ?,. 41 a visit Ito Amelia'
'-flatil at-ircr visiting Mr-. New--


Hon. R. L. Anderson, of this city,
is a member of the law department of
ttetmon Vniveralty. He is special
lectern.
The Fan Mutual would not be
alag lnto the newspapers unless it
had a cinch on Its rivals. Read its
array o figures In today's Ocala
Banner.
A. R. Bs, of Morgantown, Ind,
had to get up e or twelve times In
to maiht ad had severe )rbackahen
ead pal In the kidneys Was cure
by FoI Kdneay ere. It's guaran-
teed. Antl-Moeopoly Drug Store. m
Mr Martin, of Ocala, has
bees here this week visiting his bro-
therle4aw, Mr. L Banders.
Tuesday, In eempany with the San-
ders famUy, he went down to Bay
Prt and enjoyed a good fsh. He re-
tured to Ocala yesterday morning.-
Brooksville Reister.
Where the digestion lis good, and
the general powers of the system in a
healthy state, worms can find no hab-
itation In the human body. White's
Cream Vermifuge not only destroys
every worm but corrects all derange-
meats of the digestive organs. Price
25 cts. Anti-Mocopoly Drug Store. m
Every one here is glad Hon. C. M.
Brown received recognition at the
hands of Oov. Jennings. Mr. Brown
is receiving the cordial and generous
congratulations of his fellow-citizens
and and Gov. Jennings is receiving
very warm approval for the disposi-
tion lie has shown "to stick to his
friends."
No one Knows the unbearable tor-
ture, the peculiar and agonizing pain,
caused by piles, unless they have suf-
fered from them. Many believe them
incurable. This is a mistake. proper
treatment will cure them. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment isan infallible
eUtre. Prick .'*, cents in bottles, tubes
:.ett,. Anli-:onloply Drug Store. m
in the mandamus proceedings in-


-M'- *,-t Mr-. Jack tn It. Hier-. ..tituted by i'amp and West to compel
\1i- Marry l'att 1f .e-terdl for ('*misml-sioner McLin to award them
... I ;..ttSet taui l, iti, whre i conveij't , 4. .. .et ev. .eral weeks, afltr Im. Judge iMalone, of the second
-. ... .. .......a re.nain-r eireuit, handed down a decision


N' )II 'hlunA Je't'.-. ~f .fntlimr,
a- as ..s-at I sIe4r at tinst- ertIe alo
W4AtU!et at 'I eto~.: I-%"Iia e'toligatiie'n
( si r''ll. I r W, k fat nmr-.
%- a tI tea- had a %- I-t 1 itno s.q fl I-
SI 'l' I"SIn l Mt- W~ain'uer. Thiry
ar& TO g-titutorl-Intuna". Whlne rr,
* i..y so Y' to- !-01. f 11 1t. trI W*vt140n3.i
Ti..'. s.o- tn. 4hkalm t-- laui'a.

.1.90 1'& .0 11 Mesiday afternew"m, Ec 4
5aEer~ tiIr -Ali gatnel.Wetsir"If tile
'i.tIk-~i- ntA ltine (keala,' .Site.

A trr. amie es1, le- I.InwIt Ied l Is'e irn-
tu,.et e. a fee 4boP f allard,.
H-rh..erIa I4Y 91`u.I. n1n all ca1es of
tomlm-strv. ww'thriat. for diftmIulytyof
isouathing. I"vlo Aad l Oftw. Anti-
Ummwirmoviv DIug Ptrr. no
NM. lF*mmaYa "mo thecnse in from
Am~l ySM and sp ent a few day" in
b-% il-.I.su w wIth isher friend, Mrm.


uiuashing the mandamus proceedings
amdi deinying tie prayer of the peti-
tioner-. Ir. 1'. T. (reen, of this city,
was tMer-. ('almp and WVest's chief
counIel.
*'More hate, les- speed," and "lhas-
ten slowly." are proverbs Ilorn of ex-
perieni-e that tsome things can't be
buried without hlo- and waste. That
is especially true of eating. The rail-
way lunch habit, "five minutes for
refresh entt,," is a habit most dis-
a-tlrou- to tin health. You may hur-
ry your eating. You can't hurry your
digestion, and the neglect to allow
Irotpr time for this important func-
tiont is the beginning of sorrows to
many a iusy man. When the tongue
is foul. the head aches, when there
are sour or bitter risings, undue full-
nem after eating, hot flushes, Irrita-
bility, nervousness, irresolution, cold
extremeties. and other annoying
symptoms, be sure the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutri-
tion have broken down. Nothing
will re-establish them in active healthy
operation so quickly as Dr. Pierce's
4 ;olden Medical Discovery. It strength-
en* the stomach. nourishes the nerves


Maj. Ge. Healey, Capt. R. E. Boae,
Prof. H. E. Stockbridge, Mr. 8. H.
Gaitekill, and other distinguished
speakers, will address the people of
Marion county at the court house net
Monday at 10:30 a. m. on the impor-
tanee of holding a state fair, and hav-
ing Marion county properly represent
ed at it.
This fair is held primanly for the
purpose of benefitting the farmer.
It is now believed that we are en-
tering upon an era of genuine and
general prosperity, and that Florida is
to become a great agricultural as
well as a horticultural state.
It is believed we can raise and cure
and sell pork easier and more cheaply
than in the northwest. That we can
raise and export hay and other staple
agricultural products, and it is for
the purpose of interchanging ideas
along this line among practical farm-
era, that the state fair is held. In-
troducing immigration is a secondary
consideration.
Come out and hear the distinl lphed


What they my will be worth hear-
ing, will stimulate an interest In
scientific and practical farming, sad
be of Importance to the farming n-
dustry of the county.

Troy (Aa.) Times.
elighthl gatetaieat.
Last Friday night a delightful en-
tertalnment was given by Mis Evie
Knox in honor of her visitors, Misses
Camilla Webber, Emma PitU and
Violet Barris.
Among the other features of the
entertainment was a german led by
Mr. F. P. Folmar and Miss Harris.
Others taking part were Mr. George
Rainer and Miss Camilla Webber; Mr.
Moss Copeland and Miss Evie Knox;
Mr. Martin Folmar and Miss Nellie
Murphree; Mr. Fred Cameron and
LucytKnox; Mr. Joe Boyd and Miss
Lois Wiley; Mr. Charlie Copeland and
Miss Louise Thornton; Mr. Homer
Thornton and Mus Bessie Murphree;
Mr. Manly Canon and Miss Susie
Nail; Mr. Clarence McCartha and
Miss Annie May Allison.
Others present not dancing were
Mr. Osburn, Henry and Mi Clara
Cowart, Jake Chaffin and Miss Sadie
Edmonson; Mr. Roes Rainer and Miss
Bernice Cowart; Mr. Frank Beard and
Miss Hazel Wiley; Fred Greene and
J. B. Knox.
rhe home was decorated with palms
and many rare plants, the veranda
illumed with Japanese lanterns, and
frappi was served to the guests by
Mrs. A. A. Persons, of Tuscaloosa.
Ices and cakes were served and after
the "Home Sweet Home" waltz, the
guests departed, carrying with them
many pleasant thoughts of an even-
ing enjoyably spent.
Miss Standley Entertains.
Last Tuesday evening Miss Iva
Standley entertained at her beautiful
home on Ocklawaha avenue, compli-
mentary to her charming guest, Miss
Myrtle Fennell, of Gainesville.
The house was decorated most ar-
eistically with palms, vines, cut
flowers and lanterns.
The guests were met in the recep-
tion hall by Miss Standley, Miss Fen-
nell and Miss Annie Mae Standley.
In an adjoining room punch was
served by little Lucille Standley and
Charlie Gray.
The first part of the evening was
devoted to music-vocal and instru-
mental.
Another feature of the entertain-
ment was the "adjustable authors" con-
test. In this, Mr. Clifford Anderson
won the prize, a copy of Barriers Burn-
ed Away.
At a late hour supper was served in
the spacious dining room by Mrs.
Standly assisted by Mrs JC. Porter,
shortly after which the guests reluc-
tantly bade good night to.their hostess
and thet unet of honor.


r


business.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,


BANKERS.


I OCALA,
Oel.-


S- FLORIDA.

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Whist Club Entertained.
On Saturday afternoon Miss Luella
Gary was the charming hostess of the
Young Ladies' Whist Club. A de-
lightful afternoon was spent playing
progressive whist on the broad
veranda. After twelve games were
played dainty refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostem
The club prim was won by Miss
Sara Harris, while Miss Ethel Sinclair
was fortunate in secumng the vis-
ilto prite.
Miss army's guests were Miss
Mary and Edith Platt, Florrie Creek,
Mary -eaom Bity Ford, Egher
Weathers, Lena and tarie hnok,
Se Bareo, O0e Weeks, 'o ark
Jonnie Liddom, Georgle fmth, Ethl
8inelair, Meta Jewett and Sars
Harris,
A *eep Mystery.
It is a mystery why women endure
backache, heaache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting
and diy spells when thousands have
prove that Electric Bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suf-
fered for years with kidney trouble,"
writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peter-
son, Ia., "and a lame back pained me
so I could not dress myself, but Elec-
tric Bitters wholly cured me, and,
although 78 years old, I now am able
to do all my housework." It over-
comes constipation, improves appe-
tite, gives perfect health. Only 50e,
at Garrett and Gerlg's. 3
Baseball.


On Tuesday August, 6th, the Ocala
baseball team will cross bats with the
St Augustine club.
S[On Thursday August, 8th, it will
measure strength with the Fort White
team.
On Saturday August, 10th,it will test
the skill of the Orlandop.
On Wednesday, August the 8th, the
St. Augustine and Ocala colored teams
will play a match game.
Ocqla should be the mecca of the
lovers of this sport next week.
It will play more ball than in any
week in its history.
Toe ure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund'the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c.
Picnic.
There will be a big picnic at Buck
Pond Friday, August 9.
Refreshments will be sold by the
ladies for benevolent purposes.
Every body is invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.
Respectfully,
W. J. FOLKS.


Save
Your Vegetables!


.AHASELTINC TC.ACHE

Protects orchards,' gardens, cotton,
corn, tobacco, cucumber, tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetables
- -. _- _# A1L..M.


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Wishes the Baemer aU -od Laok.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July 29, 1901.
Mr. F.E. Harris, Esq.
My Dear 8ir:-I write these few
lines to carry toyou myincerethmake
for the "Grand Old Paper." I -an
you I greatly appreciate your kidly
remembance of %n old 1fed, ad it



kindeotr apn I am nieny,
W. I& DmTiD^

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A Few nrglims
Wtlb They IinL
One square MantAm pio M,
S ood eaodits. .........g ae
ne good eott ap epW.......... lM
One BIm e Flame oil stove,,
with oven ...... 1
One $M walnut wardrobe only 129
One 10 uphotere 7-pieee pr.
lor s lt............................. 18 0
One lare rfrerator with lee
water hlMcet.................. 6 0
One bath tub, in good condition 4 0
One double lawn swing, new... 6 8
Lot $ woven wire ots, while
they la t..........................
Lot 75c Linoleum oil cloth, at 85
One $18 Turkish coach, little
umed ............................... 1 00
Lot new ee ceet, while they
last.......................... 4 a d 5 80
We have always on hand
BAGAINB
in new and second hand Furniture eo
all kinds. You will do well to eall oa
Us.
OCALA FURINITVE 0O.

Warm


Weather
suggestion
Suggestions.


FOR EVEIr O WEAR.
A party dress that
looks nice and is cool
and comfortable is
not an easy thing to
procure. This ne w
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 TRAVLInO.
You can't -.nd a bet-
ter style of goods for
traveling dresses than
the beautiful line shown
here. In light and me-
dium weights, and in
es and colors that
will make up wel, look
nicely, never fade, and
will not show dirt and dust in travel
Something for all ages, from miles to
matrons, and at all and very easy
prices, too.


nJ .


LieNT WEITIS

There are m w ay
light weight things
here, and allof them
are Mhi"aue, mot


The word BIG hardly applies to any con-


cern in Ocala, but if you will watch us you will


see that we are doing a WHOLE LOT of little


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DOTJ-A A YZA&g


OCALA, FL~~ORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 191.








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qM MIUATA RA1WNZ# AUnfGUTST 2.


1901


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

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


J. m EFlorY
Fleoidla.


Prescriptions -Postoflce Drug Store.
Work on the beautiful new Windsor
hotel has begun.
The lumber output of the south has
increased three fold in ten years.
Summer weather in Florida is at-
tra g attention in other states than
oem -
The twentieth century should not
gtve moh of its time nor space to
betemslism of whatever brand.
Weo e not so prosperous up this
way ad the average Marion county
eltiMma i not deelaing ofileal plums.
A good many of the Spanish and
ColaV cigar makers have left Tampa
nd game to New York, Havana and
oetlr plce on account of the strike.
The sate press is very generous in
its p-ai of Jadge Hocker and sem
major than delighted with his appoint-
meat as oneof the aide to the supreme
coMt udg
We are receipt of a copy of Gibson's
American Queen, a very beautiful
pietare, set us by the American
Qeea Publishlig company of New
York, which we very greatly appre-

What gives the Florida peach and
the Florida orange their superior fla-
vor to the peah and orange of other
sra-s? There is something in our
sol and our climate that are indeed
ery gracious and very marvelous.
t hramig Beaumont oil it is said
the esate Iaultutoms at Austin can
sa over $12,000 annually. A pipe
lime will be built to the institutions
fro toh depot.-Goonales (Texas)
Iqurer.
The acd oate purposes of some
e must not be trifled with. An
ovse rdet Padeabh, Ky., negro bus-
band delbaatly shot his wife in the
ik heesam se se fnd to kiss him
ged&hye.
(apt. ilehly, eldms ont Admiral
Sekly,asks the perliu nt inquiry:
*'If th American ary had been de-
fsahtd at uatiago -ea hom would
the blame have rested, on Admiral
Sampesm and be ninetymles away?"
A. H. Davis Mt. Steraig, Is., writes:
"I was troubled with kidney com-
plaint for albot two years, but two
one dollar bottles of Foley's Kidney
Cure elected a permanent cure."
AntiMooopoly Drug Store. m
We have received the first issue of
the Beaumont, Texas) Herald. It
will soon occpy an up-to-date seven
story building and In all other respects
is an entirely modern publication. Its
editorial and business staffs com-
posed of twenty-six persons. It is the
outcome of theoil find.
Preesiptons -Postofice Drug Store.
Three hundred Alabama negroes
who went to Illinois to work in the
Iatrobe mine were sent back on peril
of their lives. It seems that the Illi-
nois people love the negro only in the
republican state and national plat-
forms. (trocidile tears for the "poor
negro" flow copiously every presiden-
tial year.
"My baby was terribly sick with
the diarrhtwea." says J. H. Doak, of
Willams Oregon. "We were unable
to cure him with the doctor's assist-
aoce, as a last resort we tried Chaim-
terlaln's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I am happy to say it gave
immediate relief and a complete cure.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug


More.


Prof. OGnton ays that the "yeast
of our industrial progress, the only
iniative, li er-amnption. Not the
eocsumption of another nation, not
the consumptionn of other classes, but
the consumption of our own people,
the msses."e
One of the owcera of an oil gusher
'in Texas has twin daughters, and has
named one Kerosena and the other
Napthalina. The Denver Post ays
when they reach the age at which the
flames of love can be kindled it will
be a risky business for young sparks
to come flashing around in their vicin-
ity. To which bright remark the
Beaumont Herald adds: "Yes, a
match will do the work, and then
they will go off".
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one
of the penalties for violating this law
is piles. Keep your bowels regular
by taking a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets when
necessary and you will never have
that severe punishment inflicted upon
you. Price 25 cents. For sale by An-
ti- Monopoly Drug tore. m
The appointment of Hon. Church
Croom to be comptroller is receiving
the favorable endorsement of the press
of the state. The appointment was
secured without personal solicitation
or application either on the part of
Mr. Croom or hisfriends. At the time
of his appointment he was away from
home and his good fortune was a com-r
plete surprise to him. If it is true
that like begets like, and we believe
it is, Mr. Croom sa good man for he
certainly had a good mother.
Mr. Daniel Bats, Otterville, la.,
mys: "Have bad asthma and a very
bad cough for years, but could get no
relief from the doctors and-medicines
I tried, until I took Foley's Honey
and Tar. It gave immediate relief,
and done me more good than all the
other remedies combined. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
The Florida Sivere Law.


For the benefit of some of our read-
era we here give a synopsis of the
new divorce law, passed at the last
session of the legislature. The bill
was drawn up by Senator George P.
Raney, of Leon, and Representative
W. L. Palmer, of Orange, and was in-
troduced by the latter.
This measure does not allow a di-
vorce for all forms of insanity, but is
so guarded as to provide against pos-
sible abuse. The insanity must be of
an incurable character, and a decree
of incurable insanity must have been
rendered for four years, and the in-
sane person must have been under ex-
pert treatment in any asylum or home
for the insane prior to the decree of
incurable insanity. All this must be
made to appear before the court will
permit a bill for divorce to be filed.
The law cannot be applied save in
eaes of abelate and curable insan-
ity of loog standing ad fully etab-
lihed by expert evidence.-Palatka
ThmesHerald.
The Vleeltleo of Peoatal Ligbteleg
Poles.
Let's see: There is Fred Myers,
Wm. Ellis, Wm. Lamar, Emmet
Wo"', Ben Liddon, Bob Davidson,
and the Iord only knows who are
holding up their poles waiting for
that congressional lightning. Oh, yes,
we forgot John Beard.-Apalachicola
Times.
What's the matter with "Old Nat, '
Raney and Adams.-Jacksonville Me-
tropolia.
Adams is from the second and will
be heard from when the persimmon
gets a little more luscious and juicy.
Over here in the first the names of
Messrs. R. L Anderson and W. K.
Zewadski are being quietly discussed
by their friends.
Jldcial and Other Pleas.
Hon. W. A. Hocker, of this city;
Hon. E. C. Maxwell, -of Pensacols,
and Mr. James F. Glenn, of Tampn,
have been selected as aids to the su-
preme court.
Mr. Church Croom, of Hernando
county, has received the appointment
of comptroller, vice W. H. Reynolds,
deceased.
Mr. J. C. Poster, of St. Augustine,
hras been appointed adjutant general
vice W. A. MacWilliams, resigned.
Messrs. H. J. Drane, of Lakeland,
W. A. Blount, of Pensacola, and C.
M. Brown, of Ocala, have been ap-
pointed members of the capitol im-
provement commission.


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('ol. J. A. Ammons returned Satur-
day from Ocala where he went on


Impaired Digestion
May not be an that is meant by dyepsis
now, but it will be if neglected.
SThe 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 it 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
which strengthrens thewhole digestive system'

Oistietk a and Differemees.
Some time since the Journal took it upon itself
lo account for the sudden conversion of Editor
Prank Harris, of the Ocala Banner, by saying
that his democracy had been very unfavorably
affected by his appointment as a trustee of the.
State Agricultural college at Lake City-"an in-
stitution in which the influence of Mr. Flagler
and his friends must be accepted as supreme."
The versatile editor of the Ocala Banner can
find nothing more convincing to say in reply to
this than the following :
"The editor at the Ocala Banner was appoint-
ed a trustee of the Florida Agricultural college
at Lake City by Governor Mitchell in the early
part of his administration and was re-appointed
by Governor Bloxham. So if his appointment
as a trustee of that institution has unfavorably
affected his democracy the matter is of nearly
ten years' standing."
The Journal is aware of the fact that the
Ocala editor was appointed by one governor
and re-appointed by another. We are also aware
of the fact that the Flagler influence we have in
mind had not at the time of his original ap-
appointment made itself felt in Lake City.
That was reserved for a later stage of the game,
and as Mr. Harris was at that time in office his
deference to the corporation ideas he formerly
contested, dates, not from the time of his ap-
pointment, but from the moment when his
proud spirit first submitted to the fatal spell.
We trust that we have succeeded in making
this distinction clear to the alert intelligence of
the gentlemen from Ocala. who at one time
rosed as the defender of the democratic faith
and whose sudden defection is one of the most
significant signs of these, or any other times -
Pensacola Journal.
The editor of the Ocala Banner con-
fesses that the above distinction,
though somewhat labored, is not at
all clear to him. He does not know
whether it means that he should have
resigned from the board of trustees of
the Florida Agricultural college a
soon as Messrs. Wilson and Parrott
were made his colleagues or whether
he should have voted against the ac-
ceptance of Mr. Flagler's donation
to the college and by so doing deprive
the students attending same the bene-
fits and pleasures of a gymnasium,
natatorium, etc.
Nor does he see why the question of
polities should intrude in the college.


Is the principle of receiving gifts to
educational institutions wrong, and
shall we give Mr. Carnegie, Mr. Rock-
efeller, Mr. Stetson and Mr. Flagler
no help in their efforts to turn loose
their wealth for the benefit of the
poor?
We think the esteemed editor of the
Journal is suffering under a delusion.
We think he has mistaken some other
platform for the one adopted at Kan-
as City.
The democratic party is making no
war on wealth, nor on industry, nor
is it opposed to the establishment of
libraries, hospitals, asylums, homes,
schools, and universities, by the rich
men and women of our country.
As to the Journal's charge of "de-
fection" it is some consolation to the
editor of the Ocala Banner to know
that the same charge is made against
Mr. Bryan for saying pleasant things
about Cleveland's wealthy mayor and
for saying further that the same condi-
tions do not now exist for the free coin-
age of silver as when the campaign
of 1896 was fought and other things
more important for the time being
may press forward for settlement.
A man who shuts his eyes to the
present and hugs more closely the
issues that are past has no part among
the living and should take his place
beside the mummies of Egypt.
Wallace Steall Suggested for oever-
*nor.
In several issues of the Metropolis
recently there have been articles re-
lating to editors as governors of va-
rious southern states. In recent years
Florida has had only very ordinary
ability in the executive chair. Our
state is largest in area and her re-
sources the least developed by any
eastof the Mississippi river. A brainy
man as governor, strong with health,
optimistic in thought, pure in charac.
ter and firm in purpose as is Wallace
F. Stovall, editor of the Tampa Morn-
ing Tribune, would give our common
wealth a brilliant tenure of office and
more solid prosperity than has been
before. Well known and popular
throughout the state, in his local town
his name is a synonyn of business
honor. A Kentuckian by birth, a
gentleman by nature ond a scholar tby
reason of long newspaper service, his
nomination would reflect honor upon
all editors throughout the state, whose
service have been w,) valnhile to .cr


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We have absolute faith that the
mdiag ae an oil gueher in Florlda will
reward the person who has the capital
aHd the faith and the energy to sink a
welU.
The surtae indications are better
here than in Texas and the analyses
shows that the oil is of a far superior
qualty.
lTe ending of oil in Florida is no
irridiscent dream aud will sonO
naterialile into an actuality.
Pregrellsse Smut Party.
A novel and unique one was the
party given lIy .Mi Polly Williams,
complimentaryy to Miss Emma Foster,
lton, on E)nondago Hill, at the home
of lier grandmother, Mrs. Allen Muu-
r-.- The form of entertainment for
ith, afternoon was "progressive smut."
Sli,,tead of keeping scoreon tally cards
a is usually done, the score was kept
on thle famc of the gets. This cre-
ated great fun and amusement. Each
game ehst was marked on the young
ladies bee with a little "dab" of smut
and at the eadof the afternoon some
of the ee- preented a mast ludi-
res appearance. Mis Marie Bul-
lock, who only received three emuts,
was awarded the prize, a pen sketch
of a aegro, with a card bearing the
fellowin ineriptio: "This nlger
ailt afhld of no smut" To Mis
Mary Amtermo fell the "booby," a tin
wah Pa, a bar of soap and a brush,
with which to wash the smut from her
bee.
Mik Williams, who Is always a
eharming and graclus hostess, was at
her best eo this occasion. Sbe was
saed Ia entertaining by the guest of
homer, Mim FPoter, who is one of
Galaeville's moet charming and ac-
co-p-led belies.
Deldkk iem and cakes were served.
At dark the twenty young ladies
prest bade good-bye to their hostess,
and drove iack to town, all having
spent an exceptionally pleasant after-
noon.
What is Ur of OMala Abrad.
trkal, Fla., is to have a fine new
theatre, to be ready by next season.
The new house will be built by the
Knights of Pythias, with the aid of
local capital. The building will be a
three-story brick structure; the first
two doors being used exclusively by
the theatre. The stage will be large,
and on either side will be two boxes.
The floor will be slanting, and in the
rear there will Ife a balcony and a gal-
lery. Mears. %. T. Sistrunk, E. P.
Thagard. W. W. (lyatt, Jake Brown
and It. f. YVouge, sr., are the com-
mittene that have the building in
charge.
Orals I- a large town, and has long
felt the want of a large and suitable
(laylnmu-e.Tlhe New York Dramatic
Mirror
For Whmooeeping Cough.


I' 'Itl: ay childreni were taken with
l li,~*,ili ( ,muili," write"* Mr.. E.O.
Ilattohi of iiuville, 111. A small
toittle of Foley 'p Honey and Tar cured
tihe. ',oulil! "nt a-tved me a doctors bill."
Amti-Milonopoly itrug Store. m
A Meenlight Ride.
( n Ttuslsy evening the following
yo untg l4eo-le llapteroned by Mrs. D.
M. %"ilith ei.jo'yld a moonlight ride to
Silver Srini- : Mli-et liunma Foster,
of ;aine.villE. 4;eorgie Smith, Ethel
I:,thinii. adll Emily Ford; Messrs.
Itciiiie UWeather-. kDouald Ford and
('harlie liriant. The night was a most
ierfe"-t one f a straw ride. The Iar-
ty returned alout 11 o'clock and were
driven to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. F-'rd where delicious refresh-
nmnti- were 'rved. The ride was giv-
en as a co1mijimient to Miss Fo-ter,
wlho ha l never I>efore been to the
spriugas
Old eldier's Eaperience.
U. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Wiilch. istr, Ind.. writes, "My wife
was sick a long time, in spite of good
dectorm' treatment, but was wholly
cured Ivy IDr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health.
They always do." Try them. Only
r at Garrett and Gerig's drug
store. 3
ssebaell Stars.
Phil (ien and D)r. Lansdowne, two
of Tampa's best known ametuer base-
ball nav-er went to Ocala on the er-


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eauth ef r. Peter H etyre.
On last Friday the ad news of the
death of Mr. Peter Mclntyre was re-
ceived in Oals, his death having oc-
curred early that morning at the
homevf his sister in Allendale, 8. C.,
as the result of blood poisoning. He
was about forty yearsof age.
Mr. MeIntyre came to Oecal when
quite a young man and was employed
by the old firm of E. W. Agnew & Co.,
where he remained number of year.
He then went into the furniture htmi-
ness with Mr. J. A Pittman. About
one year ago he left Ocala and went to
New Orleans where he was engaged In
the coal business.
His wife, who was a Miss Etheridge,
of this city, died almost two years
ago.
The deceased leaves two little girls,
a father, brother and sister to mourn
his loss.
His remains were brought to Ocala
over the Plant System and interred in
the Greenwood cemetery Saturday
afternoon by the Fraternal Union of
America of which order Mr. McIntyre
was a member.
Death of a Former Citizel of Oeala.
News reached this place this week
from Havana, Cuba, of the death of
Mr. Tom Johnson who left here for
that place about two years ago. No
| particulars of his death have been ob-
tained up to the time of writing this
item other than that he was sick only
about ten days. Mr. Johnson had
many friends in this county who will
regretto learn of his death and he
also has quite a number of relative
who are deeply grieved over the sad
news. Mr. D. C. Hull, Mrs. F.A.
Howse and Mrs. W. M. Kendrick are
his sister living in this county.-
Sumterville Times.
'Through the months of Jne and
July our baby was teething and took
a running off of the bowels and sick.
ness of the stomach," says O. P. M.
Holiday, of Deming, Ind. "His
bowels would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a bottle of Cham-
berlains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the house and gave him
four drops in a teaspoonful of water
and he got better at once." Sold by
Anti-Monopoly Drue Store. m I
Letter frem a Well Wisher.
NEW YORK, July 29, 1901.
To the Editor of the Banner:
S How goes it with you all?
It is warmer up here than I ever saw
it in Florida and the people suffer
more from the heat. Remember me
to all friends. Yous,
F. S. PERRIN.
Thinks Ocala the Place.
It looks like the Florida Conference
College is about to be taken away
from Leesburg. Ocala is making an
effort to get it and if the college is
moved we hope Ocala will be the
place it will be located.-Sumterville
Times.


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SeLand vs. Seal.
The baseball game last Monday
afternoon with the Deland Beds was
conceded to be the best game of the
season. The Reds, who had never be.
fore known defeat, found that the
Ocala team knew their business
thoroughly.
The game resulted in Ocala's win-
ning by a sore of 4 to 2.
The game next morning was well
played by our team, but the DeLand
team seemed to have been rattled and
played poorly. They were badly de-
feated, the score being 11 to I.
Next week Ocala will play games
with St. Augustine, Ft. White and
Orlando.
Will Leave Us.
After a residence in Ocala of fifteen
years, Mr. Charles Peyser will leave
tomorrow for New York where he will
permanently reside.
He was an all-round-acceptable
and good citizen and in business cir-
eles his name is a synonym for up-
rightness.
During his residence here he made
many friends and his departure will
be regretted by everyone.
Prescriptions-Postoffice Drug Store
The elevation of Judge Hooker as
one of the aids to the supreme judges
will leave vacant the office of judge of
the fifth circuit. The bar of this city
is asking for the appointment of Hon.
W. S. Bullock.
It is announced by one of the Lon-
deon newspaper that Mr. RBokefeller
may lbllow the er i l, of William
Waldorf Astor and become a citizen of
England.
We suggest to our esteemed con-
temporary, the Pensacola Journal,
that the Chicago nor Kansas City
platform contained no plank on "di-
vorce."
Prescriptions-Postoffloe Drug Store.


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THE OCALA BANNER.


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"A man of words and not of deeds.
it like a garden fell of weeds."
Holland bhas 1,000 wind mills.
Oreat Britain is becoming financially
embarramed.
Take care of the babies-they will
ana grow up to be men and women.
Governor Jeunings is taking care of
his friends, wbich is a very good thing
to do.
Nor did South Carolina democracy
use any anesthetics in amputating
MeLurin. -Atlanta Journal.
If 1Wi* were already here Schley and
Wheeler would be an almost invinci-
ble team to place on the track.
Mr. Bran says the daylight ride
hfem (ytoa to Moetreal is one of the
met ctaresque ia the world.
MfYlC. lO e Xation in a ll in To-
pek Km.. mHer b-and think
the r..n.mt wl dob her good.
A tgwier o t i bre United
SU If the people of Ten-
umme bn a *y a Bob will be

MaVWs y y be a instrument in
the h-bds of pr iWese to make it
p- lir the elMtion of a demo-
ea-te Bs1dest in 1904.
(Cemd Jobn Hendervas Is credited
with the mark that It is fortunate
r te balance of the state that Her-
aido bi a sall county.
The pepuli party does not seem to
be etirely dead n Georgia. A young
and boveg couple wer recently mar-
rtid i that state "in the middle of
the med."


he United Satet pays Florida
twelve thousand dollars for Mullet
Key whlA to be ued for a quaran-
tine static. It will be fixed up in
the bst bp le meaner.
Th eth will mo e ed Ia coal and
kes, in ol and iasn etnues, trade
ad alt an d m and pope-
tea MB willbe reversd before the
et hal of f he eastry is reached.
Senter John E. MeLaurem, of South
Oulla, has formally been read out
of te deoctc party by thestate
eusr tve committee. By resubscrib.
nlg to Ith he can rejoin and still
be saved.
K. iD. e N eofb t eao In
m e d. is an applant for Judge of
the Seteleseit. He is a bother of
MiesM.. J i. wILs as woern
J"nlMp% rival o SW h ---orlmal
SHis _st wiln
be a greefl ast a ta part of the

When a southern m all have
been ominated for presidet of the
United Htates and voted for by the
votes of the northern, eastern and
western state without any sectional
rermegce or waving of the "bloody
shirt," it may bedefinitely stated that
the civil war period and its memories
ae over.



Leaingp from the cab window does more
with hes ars than his eyes. The *rum-
ble and grble and roar of his engine
ae to hiarticulate speech, and a false
note in that jum-
bleof sounds
would catch his
ear as quickly as
a discord would
strike the ear of
The leader -of an
He thinks more
of his engine than
himself. That is
why he neglects
to notice symp-
toms which are
full of warning.
The foul tongue,
the bitter taste,
sour risings, and
undue fullness af-
.r ter eating are but
Z symptoms of dvs-
pepsa or some
form of disease in-
volving the stom-
ach and o- rns of
digestiom, and nun
trition. In time the heart, liver, lungs,
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BRYA Num AMm.


Mr. Bryan makes the point that
while the Ohio democratic convention
Ignored the Kansas City platform of
last year it did not have the courage
to declare openly for the gold stand-
ard. This brings us to consider wheth-
er mere silence on the currency ques-
tion will eatify any of the elements
that are to be looked to in 1904 to elect
the democratic ticket. Mr. Bryan
says: "If the gold standard is good it
ought to have been indorsed; if lad,
it ought to have been denounced; to
ignore the subject was inexcusable."
It that criticism is true of a demo-
cratic state convention will It not ap-
ply with greater emphasis to a na-
tional democratic convention?
When the national democratic cam-


pain of 1904 comes along we will be
compelled to meet a positive declara-
tion for the gold standard by the re-
publican party. Can the national
democrats convention lay claim to
moral courage and meet a positive
declaration by its adversary in silence
or by evasion ? If the democratic party
is for the gold standard and against
the free coinage of silver ought it not
to say so squarely and emphatically ?
Mr. Bryan has the supreme corage
of his convictions and will stand up
manfully for his eurrency policy. It
were dle to believe that he will agree
to a cowardly evasion or st~ddle in
the platform. Could it reason ble be
expected that be will swallow his con-
victions and support Mr. Bill or Mr.
Cleveland onagoldstadard platform?
It sems to us that such a ticket and
such a platform while it might make
some inroads into the ranks of the re-
publican party it would lose two votes
for every one that it would gain.
It seems to us that a very serious
problem confronts the democratic
party and to solve it satisfactorily will
require the genius of statesmanship
of a higher order than any ever yet
displayed by a political party in this
country and we hope it will be equal -
to the emergency.
We want to ee it successful and


want it to impress the. fact upon the
country that It deserves snmmee
Speaking of the perplexities that
confont the democracy, or will con-
front it, Savoyadl, the former Wash-
ington correspondent of the Louisville
Courier-Journal, now of the Louis-
ville Post, says:
"What do the anti-Bryanltes want?
lft s-emamoeyl That i become
a repMublca 'camr al'. i Ist expaa-
slo? That is another republican
-raiinaL' Is it ant--easedou? That
isa, 8ryPan trdlnaL Is it f.etrade?
That ftwas threw ainto-the are in
IM byue of the very gy that is
mOw r laing Bryan to to te rear."
Speaking of tim Ohio demo yacy
avoyard says:
"The coal oil democracy of Ohio
hated Thurman for his principles.
They hate Bryan for his failure. Mr.
Bryan would be all right if he were
loaded-if he were only primed-with
office. Had they been there they would
have sprung a new platform on Robt.
Bruce after his second defeat. They
would have perambulated from Forth
to Pentland, pretending to hunt for
another Samuel J. Tilden. These
gentry would have superceded Wash.
ington with Gates. Bryan is all wrong
in his principles, but is loyal to them.
The only thing he is afraid of is low
aim. He never shot low but once-
that time he lent himself to that Goe-
bel crowd, but it is written, "He who
will be Captain of none but honest
men will have small hire to pay."
Joaquin Miller said that Ben Butler,
bad as he was, was the best thing in
Massachusetts. And Bryan, diggin'
as he is set, is better than the men
who betrayed the democratic party
in 1893, (yes, and Savoyard may have
included those who betrayed it in
1896 and 1900.-ED. BANNER,) and
that is the gang who is after him.
The Atlanta Constitution is their tar-
iff reformer; Arthur P. Gorman is
their political purist; the Cincinnati
Enquirer is their authority on tariff
reform. The first is a protectionist;
the second is a democratic edition of
TL WQd12<^.f> -&_. th *..I,: %- # -.. 1- 1-12--_.__


Throughout the darkness and hope-
lessness of those dreadful years there
came down to us a shimmer of light
which shines through all of the awful
gloom. It is the light of the tallow
dip in the cell of the cloistered monk.
Whatever else he did of good or bad,
by keeping alight the student's lamp,
the moug gave a light to shine through
Sthe dark ages, so that we today have
trasftted to as the leIrning of the
ancients, all of itof estimable value
to students.-Archibisop Keane.
Sere to em*e.
As far as heard from oil hannot yet
been struck in Florida, but there are
many people who are on the raged
edge of expectation. If a flowing oil
well should be discovered anywhere
Sin the state the whole people of
Florida would go wild with excite-
ment Men who ought to know
have great faith that oil will be dis-
discovered in this state. We hope
their faith may be well founded.-
Gainesville Sun.
Net Times in Ohie.
Mr. Edw. Holder has received 'a
postal from his brother Fred, who is
in Cincinnati. The postal says:
"The only summer resort in the coun-
try. The thermometer is 1050 in the
shade. Come north and enjoy siroccos,
simons and other novelties. The
only place where hens have to be fed
on cracked iee to keep prom laying
hard boiled eggs."
Sublime Saressm.


Admiral Sampson cares not who
fights the nation's battles so long as
he is allowed to read the proof of its
history.-Atlanta Journal.
Mr. Knott, of Tampa, was offered
the office of comptroller, of public
accounts and declined it. We also
understand that Mr.' George Martin,
of Brooksville, was offered and de-
clined the office of Judge of this cir-
cult. There seems to be something
else beside office that Floridians are
after. Declining office asows that the
state to in a fairly prosperous condi-
tion. But, however prosperous the
times, the example of these gentlemen
is not likely to become a fad.
The Pensacola News points the way
to democratic success next time. It
says: "It can only win by the unif-
cation of all democrats upou one
platform. and with one great and sol-
emn and unalterable purpose to make
that platform one that will win." Put-
ting all democrats on one platform is
an easy matter but making them stand
on it is something else. The News will
want the other fellow to stand on its
platform but will not want to stand
on the other fellow's platform.
Mothers who have always so dreaded
the approach of hot weather when
they have a teething babe, should not
forget thatTeethina counteracts and
overcomes the effects of hot weather
on children, keeps them in healthy
condition and makes teething easy.
Teethina only costs 25 cents a box at
druggists; or mail 25 cents to C. J.
Moffett, M. D., St. Louis, Mo.
Our good friend, the editor of the
Gainesville News, we are told will not
print a whisky advertisement for the
reason that it is aiding and abetting
the whisky traffic. The paper, how-
ever, prints divorce advertisements
in the very face of the vow, "Whom
God hath joined together let n ,t man
put asunder." The dividing line to
some men's coiislieuces seems to be
drawn acutely fine.
Blotches aud excrefenues, which so


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The Fate of Peolr idels.
Talking about Ohio's treatment of
Bryan Savoyard says: "It is ticklish *
business-this thing of being a popu-
lar idol. The vulgar herd tire of hear-
ing Aristides called the Just-the same
populace that shouted, "Better to be
pior like Aristides than rich like Cal-
lias," proclaimed the ostraclsm against
their idol of yesterday. Manlius sav-
ed Rome, and the Romans robbed his
family of even his name. It is writ-
ten, "The Tarpeian Rock is in sight
of the Capitl." "Marlierough who
gorged his country with victory, was
the best abused man in England. Nel-
son's death was as timely as his last
battle was glorious. Wellington sav-
ed, not only England but Europe, and
Apsley House was mobbed. Death
.saved Lincoln the opprobium that
came to his successor. Let Mr. Bryan
reflect on these things. He is In good
company, excellent company. John
L. Sullivan is one of the very select
few of the world's great who sustained
defeat and retained favor.
What the World Owes the Meaks.


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STHE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST 2, 1901.

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-l ISit -- iii f 't ite of .rM4,ty at 'cala. Florida, in the county of Marion, or so mitch thereof as will be nccssary to pav the
Saker: amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertis-
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND


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S*-%. .. .. .. ..... .,t JiH Collin" ................... ... 4 acres lbouuidd n ity Electric street a by
\ *Iain street. w by Spring street e by
"nt. t I... .- Seminary street Orange prngs........... 4
I o Ih* 1-V-1. ,t I,:a, J H Collins ......... all ofblk 2 r4 e of Spring street and s of
r:*.*. .,, ,h, ". ,- ..... Main street Orange Springs..... ... 4
NC" ,tM ',-C J II cIollin ................... 4 acres bounced n bv Kelby street w by J
.* *. Ilr1r-*^t.,r ,V 5 lMonroe s by Dell street Orange Springs 4
Ti.' 'arraes t a *li. JH oll ....................... e of ne ................. ........... 36 23 So
J H Collins. ... .................... s of nw .. ........ ...... .... 29 11 24 So
tTi u ** -- ><*** aI., a.: .l g t, J H Collin ........................ ......... e of ne% and swK of nef and wl; of
...... ., .w a I .se. of nw', of ne! and e% of ne% of
S,". w. se/ and s of se ex 2 acres in a square
*" t* a t.. t IleN. ,1 a in sw cor of sel of se ..................3... 30 i 24 223
1' a rwa.r .4 I. J H Colline ................................ sw of ne and se% of se, and se' of
.*. N..S. .(. .* N >M .N sw, and ne% of se~ ,less Io'l acres in
sw cor and : acres in nw cor to W H But
^ r gO_ -Ik ;ler and nw,4 of se less 5 acres to Misa
S- Feet e A S Bonham n .............. .............. 31 1 i24 iS
('--, u .... .. is J II Collin- ............ nwi, and n'2 ofsw,,/ and n of net/ and
s ,t How ard <* kept huy hauling w:' of se! and s acres in a sq form in a
turnl4 Hsw rmti a tdl otherme bai co of sw' ofsw.......... ..............32 11 24 4
tur nti ita ther lu; Nancy I'eter-in .................... corn at a pt 25 chs w of ne cor............... 3 220
t*?* ",, tbhe Icklawaba, there leiug then es 2 chs w8 1-3 chs a 12 chs e 81-3
chs .............. ..... ....................o10
ns stItllwfr *(1k the river ibut hi*. Harriet Davis .......... ...... ..... comn at a pt 22 7-(chs of nw cor.... 3 12 01
h 6. ... ,f tlence no 4.4'r e. 4.4 chs to branch sw
n. .ulitur oE u r.Uekta, with branch to p o b....... ............
Vm**a*1lked to l tila V. *,rdtav to at- I'aid corn at a pt iz.o2 chs w of ne cor of sw'.. i 152 20
t.hence w :o.o2 chs s 26.4 chs e o 02 chs
toa l h.- tlu-tlh-r. tth 1- v-ry -lek n 2694 chs ........................................... 27
W. I. I "l.r:" >lam tlw. a .llt, i .; L Ha:v -. ........ ..... ... lot 2_ sub of se: -3 of Arredonda grant 23 12 20i o
'. 1 4. 4 4tr'. tsp a wt ap|ln"|||I 4. L Ilavne. ......... ............ lot &5 sub of sec 23 of Arredonda grant...... 23 r2 as 10
*ite1ial of ti puIla bol h Mr Mi Ii u'is ...n........ coin at ne cor of lot 2 fractional 1' S gov
surveyy .. .... ....................... ...... 2112 20
1e< I la of |4|pu1|t lhUentruttion l i thence 16 5o chs s 85 deg 35 min w Io.8
.....e .i.. r h. t hrtchs n IS chs e ,9.2, chsto nob 33
failed to mn uan a 'tanOt for the T I.Cooper.......................... lot 4 and 11.44 acreson w side of lot 3 fractl
-,4l, hbr th will rake diffltult work s..... rsurve ................... 24 2201 65
S.umphrev Christopher..... ....... corn at e cor of nw/ ............ ... 25 12 s
ou tIbe tlea*her. thence w 54o chbs n 3.13 chs e 223 chs a
3.16 chs e 3.- c s s ch chs .......... .. 1 6.11
Abtler Adasu. who. formally. rvl.*ej R.7nda:l Walker ...... ........ corn at se corof nw'4 of nw%....... ....... 25 12 2o
hut.'. 1.t l n d to .aiter. inu te' thence n 3.16 chs w 5.8ochss 3.16 chs w
i 4 2ochs s7 chs e o 2chan 7chs .................. 19
lnJmrtt partisn of the nUUty, lia T LCooptr ....................... comn at nwcoref.. ........... 2512 0
S- ..... I thence a 13 68 chs e 1367 chs 3.16 chs e
be sitsk-for than a outh,6 33 cbsn 1o 2chs wa chs................ 2535
med has moMwd to (Or)It her.' tb B F Vaughn ............ n of nw% .. ....... 26 120 So
: Mrs Scept Hall.............. ............ n' of sw of sw and se of sw ofswrr(6 a ao 30
4dmrtrs am htl otiner. E BRagcdale ....... ........... e of e of seJ ofseC ex 2.50 chs e and
.w by 8 chs n and a in sw cor............ 28i8 ta 8
i. L. t4M iR tft her te Friday Mrs ftptaHall ...... se ofse of seX 27 12 o 10
CI i lig 1 t _4 I_ _1ilh t| _. john M Chitty .......................se..... s ...................... 331220 io 6o
.... --ngi, a- bow l kw -w. Mrac ickis ... ..................... sel of ne% of se. ...- 34 12a20o o
Ir t tA hw iU the Donello aGreat $ Mickea .... ......... ne% of nc of sew ...... ............... 34 1o 10
W illi W Mtckitn .................. cons at se cor of nwj of ne......... .* 34 z20 o
Ito O. r9 fa 134tily of.s 5.73 cle 13.34 ch s 8.go chs top o b...... 12 ;
W.0.Mml Daiel Howell ............... nw ofse ex o yds e and w by 14o yds n
hSeym a Witag mativ te for a ain e cor.......... ....... .... ....... 35 38
MissA A L Lewis ............... ..........e x-3 of e% .......... ........ '35 a,2:o zo6
th 9 tI It ftwe a. Miss A L Lewis .............. w 1- of w 3.......06 l
R. L ~e*g, eat Maliville-, uha W MOO n...... 40 f e and wb b 1037%ftna sd s in sw crl i
- p td & drte iip iS tte ra*kt MOlro M Bateman. ........... ... lots 3 and 4blk45 Mclntosh .... sees a6and ii71221a
S b HMrs Dillie Euhanks ................ ... llos 3 4 5 and 6 of blk 21 McIntosh.....!
S.. B ow .. ........................ses 16 and: t 12 al;
J I. 'i i e mal-ag- d a ro~- H'rrlce.......................... .ots a 5nd h5subdiision of .... ... .171221 20
Se rtha I Walker ........ s of se.......................- ........ 26 12 21 8o
tsmeinry at aUe ffr Kibler Bram. W Phillips ............................. w of aw O ofse'l or w% of lot 7 and se3 ,
o. Tk^ >.Of sw .....212 ............'26 t2 21 60
J. Ft. ThoamI, wtw. h a l mereban R H Walker ... .....e... of na3'/ofiseO4 ore% of lot 7 and sw%'
ofsw5 or lot 12 ........ ... x2 21 6
tft at Arr4dt h-ar ben visiting or lot .......................... 2 2 6c
Savisiting H Walker ...lot.... 3 ............. .......................... 27 12 21 6( SS
hin* parto. (tptait ad Mrs. Charles T B Warren ................ cow at se cor of Thoma Clark grant i i a
...... .- .t," -- l o thence n 40 deg 16 min e 5S.57 chs s 40:
m, >,t ba 1Wtura I deg 3o minez .2lS chs to sw cor cf said,
u. A t rlt..n. n( Orla., .ha tieu land thence 40 deg 30 mine 4.2 chs n
.. i 5o deg 16min e I .4o chs n 40 deg 30 minn
pnliimfg aud working his orange grove w chs s49deg 26 min w to p ob varia-
.Ea for the t tw week. a tiou 2 deg4 min e........ ...........1395
at erlv fort lthe j t two w k. I i ...... .......t '. .59 chs n and s by 495 chs nd w in sei
W T J lcMuml.i .whao as letn cor .. .. '28 12 21 S 21
S.J M. aid .....................co at apt 645 chs w of se cor .......2 21
gkTlug lr sewfal yars with lung thence w 13 26 chs n 16.59 chs e 13. 6 chs
.s 6 59 chs...................................... 22
g Oemi$em moe u ang the Hotf temat' R H Walker ... ....... .......... e. of ne. and ne'4 of sw/ and swi~ ofl
se ..... .......................|34 1221 to
1 Bertha I Walker .................. 'w 'of ne' and ne. of se' and seo of o
.t-.- -. .lr. sw ............. .......................... ....-...... 34 12 21 130
*4 4eases o ,M MW tX llipt ........................w.. of sw and nw% of se ...... .... .34 l1t 2 2
me igtt my rtar'stha '. H Walker .............................. nw" ofne and nw ( ose and se of
-----w-u ... ....................a ---. ... ...................... ...... ..35 1221' 120
e--a it hlt cra ," writ U Mrs. J. C. Bertha I Walker .....................eI of ne a and nsw off 3 1 an
-- it ............. :35122I 1 20
f pre. .t4 t rten nm. Ky., "it nweei d M W Phillips ............................... ne f ofne% and sw%' of ne ................... 135 1221' 8o
t -- --LD M t M Phillips ............. sw of sw% ........ .................. ................,36 12 21, 40
ev J w Dukes .......................ots 22341 and 4 Borlind's sub of w of
Sdeetnr.0 P g t Dr. Ke gl New ne of sw3/4 ..........................- 331 t2 i .So
.. H Colli ............................... lots and 9 ........... ......... 5 1224 105
Imenw.ry. lkcik s ra md ..-ruS -e ty ared i. Weal 1 k i ..... ............. ........................ ........ 132 i6o
'it. I Ed rds ......................... :w', of sc% .......... ..... .......... .-.! 51320, 40
ws her- it is the hose to lpritet Li ie H. Annie and McMahan ne% of sw ex i.25 chs e and w on w side. i6 13 a2 37.50
Lillie H. Annie and JJ McMahaanu 3-4 of na of ne ............... 2113ao20!
-og, crtIdf 1 fi rn anelrp *ad whoop- Ratey Sprinkle. -s- otsw% of nwy...... ..................... 13 20
mtey r e ....d h. a............. -e.r.. o ...............- ie ose2613o201 So
gg. Itt ru" m o(a cDhri Mrs eMere. .o...............n of ne ofse iofunw and s!- of *sw 'o
tg' iarmleeble thabt o othtter rn*ex n% a sex of se1 of sw%. 27 13 20 So
S. thtItMrs DeMere nw4.o.f ne ........................ ....'. j3 39.0.
edy oald 4Miev. Infallitle for Bertha I Walker ...................... anw of nw% ..... ....... .. ..... 13 4
... thl and lung troubles. t .lli ........ ...sw of nwr..................... .................. 1 4
H Walker .... ...... .. :uwa ofsw ............ ..... ........ 113 t 40
S .so.d 1. .indl Itttlh fre at 4r- It H Waktr... ... 'ne'l of ue% and ne% of unw' and nw of
Se alUl n* w otf s.w1 W4 ............... ...... 2 1321. 16o
t a (derll '. : Bertha I Walker...... ......... nw, of ney aud neB of swa and nwt of ;
..- ; nw4 and ne% of se'................... 2 13 21' i6o
ie is aid a r 'Wa MW rhi:.)p ...... .............. s'. o n .. ....... ............. ...... 21321 ,6o
SBi' Hull .. ......................... com at a pt'5.34 chs w ofne cor of se1: of
..................g..o..he.ill..e/4t........................ .........31321
k be te leini thence "S. t6 chss s o chs e s chs n 10
U ae churt.v nes Agnew I PD instacd chse S32 chs n o chs topo b ............. 28
Rt H Walker ................. .......nw'. of nw% and ne4 of ne.i and u 3 4 of
of as eAtrtlyrrl nw edil a. s wa fr nl, sw of net ........................................ 3 3 1321 no
l,,,. 4e .,11 e |i to to rrmnod l.ael .I W lhiHlip... ..... ............... se/ of ne% aud a 3-4 of eT of nw% ... 3 13 1i too
an ,l ta B ertha I alk.I t r ........... nw'. of ne!j and ne,' of sel and sw's of
ed, aed a larg adfiltiona rut oU, which I nw' ex r links n and s on side of sw!/ 3
,rTll lra CTl-lly liakr a ltrV hl'i" I(;g ,; Kinnman ......... ........... com at apt Schse of nw cor of sw' ......... 61321"
topoh ..........................................30
The va.'.':l lot o "'al"li .ti 't,*, U nknown ............... ...... com at a pt 20 fi of a pt S 92 chs w of se
teo ht t Alfred .N-ll.. of (ivser- cor of nw ........................... 6 13 21
thence 5.56 chs w S9.;5 chs s 5:56 chs e
with. \ ha L Iue1 etI.Iosed ty 9.g9 chstop ob ......................... 5
-M A I. L.ewis. ................ corn at a pt 23.70 chs ofnwcor.......... .o 13 21
msSt fI,.*-. tlhe grouIind |l l aU'n a thences 16.o5 chs e5 chs n 3 1S chs e : 83
t. be tt to chs n 2.6~chse 17.97 chs n o1033 chb w
tltiti the lahtd until bu'ldi~arg alr oi Rnnran ............... ......... nw' of ne4 of ne ... ....... 7 13 21 to
Go ht(;o ion ................... co at apt 35 ft e of nw cor of ueg of
lH A .urt mi.hthence e4 ofts zoltw42 oftn 210 ft to
l ll ,, fal..........l have pob ...... I 21
l redt fr. .j tahmalraille aritd lv.ed t" :~;a.:; ..a ....... n o seT' ............... .............. .............. ,z1321 81.6
SK C Douglass .......................... n; oa se, for i, ............. .............'1... 1 3 21 81.61
,S' Mr Juah's .*itagre on Dunta K C Douglas. .. ........ ..... u.n' of se" for 189...... ..............2 13 i Sir .61
Miss A L Lews .................. ne' of swj and swi, of se'i ................ 4 13 21 So
avene WU D B'bitt .... ........ lots 2 and 3 blk I Benedict Heights ..... i 13 21
Mr. Haro.t tihe rstatlt agent, has x a dse and w by I6yds n and s in nes
cor o lot 3 .. ........................... i
Prle.< t1w M4>'IUre $ tatI 8Id with i'ail ....................- com at sw cor of Stephen Fernandez grant 13 21
thence s 44 deg 45 min e 21.37 ch.ts n 3U
*ht trxi*da a1 ; b tI,,U*,,.kepig. dleg 30 mine 54.:o chs n 44 deg 46 min wi
R-e J I.. ,,: n. It.1r ..f the' ,o chs to w Wdy of said grant thence s
-5 eg 3o mn w sf.7- =.hs to po b............ 150o


l ..h,,- h'l1',li. tiuglh hanilwretd Paid. ... ..... com atapt -2 32 chs s 65 deg 30 min w
trom .iw cor of Stephen Fernandez
,. w ll ,I -a!tb 1 prf, hln-i : with great graut ..................................... 13
S ~ "T .l I ..UKrcgtiml thl ne ce deg e- mini e 3746 ch 45 deg:
a ) 'ty Knn vw S2..2 chs ii r Ide ,,' ly nn w 19.59
,h. .1 chl 2. tin g 3 i nline .:.4 ichs topo ..... 139-30 1
r.i .......... con at a pt c;O 74 ch-s n :5 deg -o min e from
Nu ~ OII Nis Lift. .w c.ar ot Stephcn F r::andez gralnt....... 13 21
Science n 25deg .o :n111: e 22 00 chs a 44
S it.a a0. l*^..tla. \Mt,, dteg mine 12.0o chs ..5 deg 30 min w
2. chb n 44 deg 45 mini w 12.-o chs to pi
rl I hI a r t**I ll tU IU ..Fa. ',.c I ..... ..... ............ ........................- 25.50
1.. t."w o fn ......... ... .... n1V of n ... ... ... .. 24 21 40
klljl < 4 1Vre Sa*t kn great l Ieur i .- -.. .. ................ c-n at pt is:; chs sot nie cor of nw'. 20 13 21
t ta il... Wn4Ch1 w 4 cl n I chsmw j chs 3; 7o
Ita IttfIif IIt rbe"- ",," -1"'1*11an>1 *'U 'h-w N3chss ,chs. w 3 17 ch ni o3
, t. klo.a .-* h t-- *:'JI ertmlyul h ch 73: chse 4 : chs r:2eh! ch n 1s.o
Sch- t o1)( .................... .... 35
&,"4ti, t"I t. I l life. T a k e ch. :_.. ......... o nl W ..... .... .. .... ..... ..:13. 4'2
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M -***** t- o........ -x ch. h-q ::I nw cur of ne' of sel'
SII 1 '"r I and 73- cl n1 and son n side sf nw :
II t .. .......... .............. .............. .i I 22 12 5
S C':' ..... : t ,: t; k 'Sparr ..... ... sec-,: i and 2 22 1
** \ .*.;;h.: .. ..... ... :' a:dl o2c i- :- .., cre i l nw cor and
:a .rt-s to church anl, school .......... ........ T323 2
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Unknown ........ 11n of fractional blk 400 s Ocala.............
Adeline C Harter all of blk 410 s Ocala.........................
W D Dawkins ............................ lot i und t-3 int bhk 49 os Ocala..................
Unknown ......... ...... ... lot i und :-3 int b;k 9 o s Ocala .........
Wm Lumpkin ............... n......... n4 oflot i blk 19 n s s Ocala........ .........'
Sallie High .............. ...... s of lot 2 bik 1 .n % s Ocala....................
John W Dukes.......................... % of lot 3 b'k iu n s Ocalh............
Unknown ......................... sh of lot 4 blk i c s Oala..............
NM Allred etal ..................- hotel blk blk IS us n Ocala...
N M Allred et al ..................... hotel blk blk ib tor 1%99 n s n cala .........
Unknown ....................... .all of ex 13o ft n and s by 112 ft e and w in.
ne cor of blk B Dunn's central ad Ocala...
C W Willard ......................... 139% f teand w by x12 ft n and s in se cor
of lot b Caldwe'll' ad Ocala.................
Mrs P Mclntyre .. ................. ww oflot o 12 ldwell's ad Ocala...............
Mrs Mattie Dunn ........... ......... all of lot 16 Caldwell's ad Ocala..............
C M Livingston .............. ex 6o0 t n and s onn side of lot 23 Cald-
well's ad Ocala..................... .........
W K Zewadski.............................. ft e and w by !c ft n and s in nw cor of
lot 29 Caldwell s ad Ocal
R E Lindsay...................... ... w -3. of w_ of lot ;o Caldwell's ad Ocala...
J H Livingston Jr .... I5 tt sq in ne cor tf w% of lot 31 Ca!d-
well's ad Ocala....... ............... .......
J H Livingston Sr ............... e%- of lot si Caldwe::l' ad Ocala
Mrs Rebecca Davis ............ cor at a pt 21o It w of sw cor of lot 4o Cald-
well's ad Ocala thence w 75 ft n 231 it
;5 ft s .31 ft to p o b......
Unknown ...... ........................... corn at sw cor of lot 42 Caldwell's ad (cala
thence n iSr ft e no ft nt 50 t e 65 ft s 231
ft w 175 ft to p oh............... .......
Unknown ............ .............. con at nw cor of Iut 43 Caldwell's ad Ocala
thence e 114'z ft s :si ft e 114- ft a 8J ft w
229 ft n 23.3 It to p h...... ........
Chas W Torrte...................... ........ w ex 150 ft e an w hv 7 2-3 ft n and in
nw cor of lot 46 Caldwell'a ad Ocala.........
Mary K Orr .............................. lots i and 2 Reardon's middletcwn lots
Caldwell'sad ca:......
Mrs Annie F Teauie est of w! of lot 52 Caldwei!'s ad Ocala .............
John Kenyon .......................... lot E H Buffum's sibof lot 55 and eCI of
lot 52 Caldwell's ad Ocala.....................
F W Jackso:n............... .. ...... !ot 3 and 6 of blk i T M Rickard's .ub rf:
W N Jackson lands Cal, well's ad Ocala.
Mrs E N Crcen ............... ......... lot N Caldwell's -.b of sw part of A!varcz
grant ................ .............. .......... ........
Mrs Kate Orr ................... lot I' Caldwll's subni f sw part of Aivarez
grant ......... .. ..... ........ i 22
J F Crawfor'!............................... co at nw cor ot ?ot 20 Smith and IoNgh-
erty's al to c:,ia tience e too ft s 1:5 ft
S1 oft n !2 It top o b ..........
C M Livintcn .... ...... w oflot 2 Dunn'su iw ad to Ocala..............
C MI il\ving-:t(u .................. all of lot 7 Dunn's nw ad to Ocala..........
\V (;arv ........ ... all of ex iSS ft n and s by 232 1-lo tte and w
in nw cot blk 5 .ocott's survey Ocala......
Mr- K cca ) ....... ......all of lot 4 Gary- ard to Ocala..........
\ T ary ........ ..... e' and sw:, ot lot u nd lot 92 and com at


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Mrs Amelia C Scarborough ........ cum at a pt 163 1-3 yds w of ne cor ol nwv ,27 14 22
Sthence w 117 yds 21o yds e 117 yds n 21o'
ydt top o b...... .........
Mrs Amelia 2 Scarborongh ....... 14 chs e and w hI 7 45 chs n and s in se cor
0 iut nw',/ of nwf ...... .....................2 1 22
C Brmnson ...... ............... that part of n' of lot 12 on e side of Sand-
.land branch .......... .................12 14 23
S John D llison......... ............ e ot 4 of k Paradise.. ..... .... ,I .T 2
Mrs Webster -... .. ......... ne, (,f n ............. 4 2
I Morris ... ................ '5 chs e and w by icchs n ands in ne cor
of lot 9...... ... .......... r 14 24
Unknown ...... .................... lot 9subof ne4. .28 14 24
Miss Mary McAlpin.................. lot 20 sub of ne: ........ ...........2 424
Unknown ............ ..... ...... lot 21 sub of cek 4......2... .. .. 24
SHuh Stanaland............................ sw, and s*, of ,c4 and nel of nw........ 3 14 24
2 NHTrowell ........................ se, of sev.........2. 2 14 26
S C Long............. ...... ........ 130 :-3 yds n aeds by34'2 3yds e and win;
r ne cor of sw'./ .. ... ......... ...26 21
2 trickk Smith estof ................... n-iof ne ........ ........ ...... ....... 14 26
0 R Long Sr.........................%. o of neY and e' or nw ex 230 yds e and
w by 22o yds n and s in sw c;>r of s'; ofi
S A ne4 and acres to church and school. .... 4 6
Joseph A Markham .......... n o of sw% and s., of ne% of sw'1......... 14 i,
e j of >e....... .. ....... ...... .....
Unknown -- .....e of sw/ ...... .......... ... .. ..... i
Phillis Large ............ ............... e of e ex com at a pt 418 ft s ofnw cor i Os s
thence e 41q A t n 209g e 243 ft io4! ft e
450 ft s4oo ft top ob.................
GeoO Turner .............. .. sw oofw ofnw% and n' of nuwI of
nw 4 -........- ........ ... ..... .......... 3 I. 19
Unknown ........... ............... n .................. ...................... s
Harris Blackman ..................... sw of nwK and n'S of se of nw" and "
se% of se, of nwi/...... ..... s20
H Blackman also Susan Robinson 'of sw4^ ortsei' of nw ....... .. 1 s 20o
Harris Blackman ...............n unof fwi, ul se of nw....... ............'" 15 20
Minnie E Brooks ...... ....... e ofse of se and nw14 of se'.. ...... is 2o
Unknown ...... .... ... Mne of ue ............ .................. o 15 20
CC fBarco ................... nwX of neY............. .. ............ o 15 2o
Unknown .................. of ne ........... ........... s 20
Unknown ............... ....... ww of ne ..................... ...... 2
Henry Adams ........................ e4 of nw /ex6 32 chs in sw co.......... 9 15 21
Mrs Lczora A Brass ........... n of seoe of se/ t O eO................. .. 13 5 21
JD McDuffy................................. of neK ex lots i to 0o incl of blk 250
SWest End Ocala... ....... 14 1. 21
Unknown .......... ............ 2 ft sq in nw cor ........................-. -7 15 22
WT Gary ............................ 24.9. chs n and s by 20chs e and w in ne:
cor ofse% of Alvarez grant..................... 5 22
W T Gary ..... ................. ........ com at a pt 3o chs w of se cor of Alvarez
grant ............. ................ 1 22
thence I 2A '7 chs w to chs s 24.97 chs e 0o
chs top ( h................ .....
\ a. ........ ............... corn ata pt .'ochsw of se cor of Alvarez
grant.... .. ... ......... ..5. 22
thence n 390 ft w 960 ft s 1390 ft e 9 ft to
po b.......................... .......................
W T Gaiy-" ... ...swY, of ne% and iee% of nw, .................. 22
L Rifenberg .... com at a pt 115 chs s and ;ochs w of ne cor
of Sanchez gran ......... ............ ..... is 22
thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6 chs e ao chs to'
po b...................... ....... .........
Lillie O Booher ....................... com at apt 121 chs s an 30 chs w of ne cor
of anchez grant....................... 22
thence a 4 chs w 2o chs n .* chs e 20 chs to
p o b .... .......... .... ................. .. I
J H Howard rsw% of e .................... 12,15 23
TGary ................................ .. ..... of .............
W Gary e ......eand se otne% ... .a123
W T G r .......... ........... .... a of se .... ........ ......... 5... .... 23
Hester A Cribbs ................a......... ace ina s cor8........... ..... ........... 8 15 24
Hester A Cribbs ......... .......' % of sw C ex 5 acres in nw cor for cbhrch 9 1524
L Marlow ................... eof se .... ...... :o 24
JohnW Holly ........................... e, ofsw nandnw% of e ex i7 ye.s e
and w on e side of nw/ of sets........... 14 I 24
Hester A Cribbs nwn of nw% .......................... .r, :4
nes of nme%............ .. ........... ............. 1 5j 24
Allen B Fort .. ........... .... swu of se ............. ..................... 2 15 24
Geo Mackay ............................. that part of ne% of swK e of Blue Springs
; run............ .............5 1i IS
F J Titcomb& T WHood trustees lot 365 Dunnellon...... ............. .... ,
Mrs Alice Griggs lots 5g9 and so Dnnellon ..................... 1 6
T L Wilson ...... lot 1312 annellon.......... ... ...... 35 '. 1S
Unknown .......................... com at apt on Blue Springsrun 250 ft nofai f
street 60 ft wide running e and w divid-'
ing equally the s% olf ibw ......... ....... IS 1I6 1
thence n 0oo ft w to bireet : of S S 0 & G
R R s oo ft e topob .
Unknown ............................ ser of ne and e', of se ....... ........ 19 6 19
Unknown ......... ..... ...... sw of sw ............... ................ 20 .6 19
Geo N Dorr ............ ..... ........ se ...... .......... .................... 2516'19
SLL Akins ...... .............. of nw% and sw o of uw...... .. 31 :6 20
Mrs C T Culverhouse ............. sw/ ..................... ... 2 1620
Mrs C T Culverhouse sw Of e4 ............................. .3 .1620
CHornberger ..... .................... n ofnw of n ........................... .... 1622
Geo H Ford ............................... lots 7 and 13 Brown and Dial's sub of C de
Jesus Hijuelas grant tps ..- 15 and 16 22
Mrs Anna R Rilcardson.............. n! of n% of lot sub of G S Brown pace C
de Jesus Hijuelos grant .........tps i1 and 16 22
W T Gary ........................ sw of ne. ...... ........... 21 622
C G Nix ..................... .. w of se ............. .. .... 21 1622
Joseph Lucius ................. .. e of swa and uw of sw/ ......... 261622
Unknown ...... n, ofsey andswi, ofse% andse of.sw', 28 IS24
Mrs Fannie Morrion ......... sw~ of seI andse ofsw! less n of an
at ......... ... .... ... .... .. 14 17
Unknown ......... .............:se ofe and n'- of /-e .. .......... ......3:17
A R Brooks e% of eand nw, ,of se ......... .. 7:1712
Geo W Turner .- nw of nw oI sw ............ ............ 17'2
Geo OTurner .sw of se .. .. ........ 17 io:
SWRLayton ...... 'w% of nw of sel and se' of nw of se "I
and de)of uw r otne ............. 1- 1720
Mrs Losora A Brass ............. s of ne and n! of se and ne% of I
; nw of sae ................. 17 1720
SW Iayton sw of .............. ............. 8 20
Geo 0 TA nm er ......... .. n% of ...... .. ....... .. ........... ............ 1,7120o
W J Milamm.... ..................... e% of e ....... .............. ................ 21 1 20'
W Johnson .......................... :lots 4 5and s cf lot 3 Evan's sub of e4 of
: se ......... ......................... ... 13 17122
Joe R Davis n of se3*......-...... -.... ........ ... 15i17s22
WH Johnson ......... of e3~ M ol sw' of ne............... ..... 1722
L BBraach ........ se. of se%................ 24 17,22
; en ofnme% ............... 1 .1712-'
Archibald and Richardson .....- in sw cor o lot ....................... 12 27'2
ex coin 429 chs w of se cor of lot ......2 13
thence n 34% deg w a 83 chs s 54 eg 35:
mm w 7 cha s I dege 6 56 cbs c 13 chs...... ,
Clarence E" Taylor ................. corn ata pt25 liks ofne cor of ot -......25 i -
thence w 3.48 5-12 chs s 12 chs e 3.48 5 12
chsn 12 chs to pob..................
Mary E Norwood .................... com at a pt 20 chs n of se cor of lot 2......... 25 17 2
thence w tl i chs n 4 50 chs e 1.12 chs a
4.50 chs top o b ........................ .......
Mary E Norwood .......... ..... ... e of e_ of s ot lot 3 .................................. 25 7 23
Unknown .................... 31.81 rods e and w by 56 rot; n and s in nw.
cor of ac .. ...................... 20 17 2i
LB Branch ...... ...... ....... n% ofsw%........ ..................... ....... ..... o 17 22
Unknown ... ............. lots 115 and 161 Weir Park .................... 4 17s24'
W T Gary ............ !a of ot i........ ................ ..........1 5 1724'
Mrs Annie C Forcee .................. com at apt 22.76 chs n of a pt 8.5S ch e of
swcor ............................... .. 61724i
thence s 28 deg t. min e to chs to. Lake
Weir n 54 deg e 4 chs n 53 dg e 4.40onM a:
29 deg 30 min w9.64 chs s54deg 8 chs
to po i ... ..... .................
Unknown ................ lots 2 and 3 of blk 9 Stanton....................... a 17 24
Unknown ....... ...............nH of n5 ofsw, of ne ..... .. ....21 t 24
Mrs Sallie Davenport ........ ... e ofnw, of se., ofsw .............. ... 22 17 4
Unknnwn ................................. s1 of nw and n'. ofsw4 ex acres......... '3 27 24
Mrs AS Martin ................ lots 2 and 3 of blk 32 os Ocala ...........
J D McDuffy .......... all of ex 4 ft sqin nw cor of blk 4 o s
O ala .....
Mattie D Duffy ...................... e5 of lot a of blk i oas Ocala.......... .


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THE OCALA BANNER, JULY 26, 1901.


- orral Comrea~se'tece crala 9auner.
'bk fa ,uerw are harvesting their

Mr. fem Neal made a flying visit to
IMewebip Saturday.
Qte a member of Shiloh people at-
sel-et theeinling school at Fleming-
g s.
Mr. Cklreie Oal, of Noooesville,
I* vdttUtg his uncle, Mr. Ed. Neal.
Mm. Nabe Curter, of Fellowship,
Ient lat week with her daughter,
ain. W. W. Geiger.
Mr. mad Mr. Sam SaiOr nrtain
ode bet of blred Friday evening
wt a party commentary to their
mis 3mm-p Agda and Carie Turnip-
-se4, and Mr. rs Jones, of Ken-
drek. The evening was spent in
lalam aamiogl acmes, delightful
mdek was rendered by several of the
ygm amen, after which dainty re-
eftlMmeeat were served. Everyone
cupresed themselves as having had a
moft delightful time and hope that
Mr. and Mrs. Geiger will not let this
te the last. MICK.
a miseater's 0e4d Work.
"I hIad a severe attack of bilious
c ,lie, pot a i-ottle of ('hamberlain's
c'"lic, (' Chlera and Diahrreea Ietuedy,
:<,k tw tdc-es and wasentirely cured,"
-a, lht. .A. A. Power, of Emlporia,
Kan. "My ne-iCghlbor across the street
was sick for over a week, had two or
three Iottlet of medicine from the
4,wtor. He u -d them for three or
(ourdayi without relief, then called
in another doctor who treated him
fr somedays and gave him no re-
e, so dirharged him. I went over
to see him the next moronig. He
mid his bowels were in a terrible fix,
tht they had been running off so
egthat t was almost bloody flux.
I -e him if be had tried Camber-
late ColUc, Choer and Diarrhoea
Mondy and he mai, '*o.' I went
o--meo d brought him my bottle and
4aPveohiom meedoe; told him to
ah -nm~r dose in Afteen or twenty
m-al-e if he did mot ad relief, bet
h teek no more and was entirely
eme." For sale by Anti-Monopoly
eq aore.

pMai il Cmteqeew o.tke anser.
Qme a goed mny of our people at-
esdd the galaday in Ocala on the

Mr.. J. a unspausb, of Clearwater,
w. vtiting his coming, Mrs. B. H.
lZltmr a fw days ago.
M. Tonny 8tevem returned home
tm a fer 6 moths visit with friends
ad relations at this place.
Me. Earnest Rawls, of Fellowship,
w vieting friends here a few days

Mr. B. LIitoer is visiting her
mare, MXr. Louts Aunupaugh, of Clear.,

Wr.Martin Luftman was in the Park
eaday night the guest of Mia -- .
Next Saturday is presidential ele-e
tion of Griaer Farm special tax school
ditrtct at the school house.
We bhoe the county commissioners
will ee the benefit of the Leitner
biard nd t ( O eal, as the people are
all in favor ,,f it. it is evident that it
wI:'; ~-.*. rnlate a large number of
pieope. Jr'I>1.
Sewre t Cistats tor starrh That
ioctain Xerary,
,. :. :-v'. will -urely destroy tbe
-u-. <,f ; *..: andti vu |lel ely d*ranget
the a h',.' .y-ten; wient entering it
thiructhl tLe n.u'ous surface. S.uch
a7rti0. h sbluld never ie used except
,nu prn''riptiout from reputable phy-
kctans. a- tlhe. altuage they will do is


ten fol'1 to' the gtiod you can ltpsibly
derive froa. them. Hall'. Catarrh
C(are. manufactured by F. J. (Cheney
alc., Toledo. 0), conitalin no mer-
*ary. and ii take; interna'ly. acting
din-ctly ul-,t. the blood and mucous
iurfae of the system. In buying
Iiall'*( 'atarri t'ure Ie urt you get
the genuin-. It is taken internally
aad made in Toledo, Ohio. Iy F. J.
U~Md Iy .'. :.ggl t*, price T7c. per hot-
tie.
Hall'," ian::ly Pill art, the i e-t.
wartia.
*4Nrc.s!%t -- *c ec (cn -ce :a Bs: ::- r.
On Auxurt 'th, Martin and vicinity
will have a iculc to which all are
cordially invited. The pii ni, will be
.** the around, a quarter of a mile
unrth of Martin.
0. M t Boett has otpuene a wood
caml in itugar Hammock. He will
slp wwlNd to the Standard Lime Co.,
of Keidrick.
1we hardwood people have chut
down for teo day,*.
Mr. M. Brown has been sick, but
to New tetter.
4.C. 'h.;tty went to Jacksonville
1V'dt.9d"v.


Andalusia.
Special Correspondece kOca:a Banner.
Mr. W. B. Boyt, th" lading farmer
of Andalusia, has moved back to Mrs.
Fannie Hobkirk's farm and will stay
there until his crop is gathered. He
will then move hack t-. hi.s hammock
with Mr. West.
Mr. Boyt went filhiume on the cak-
sell the other day and re turned home
with five.
Mr. J. K. West, the heavy farmer
of Audalusla, has taken charge of the
Burleson farm, near Citra. We hope
to see him succeed in hi- undertaking.
HAPPY JACK.
The est Perseriptso for Malaria
Chills and fever' i- a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 29c.
Ameter Florida *oy Captures a Prise.
The academy a Norlolk, Va.. makes
the study of English a srpeiality and
annually gives a prize for the best
English composition.
SAt the last contest: the -ubject se-
I elected was: ".Material Pr,.,res in Vie-
toria'as Rigu," anid for "-:"yl f of corm-
Sposition; and fiill:e-. ,f treitmient,''"
the prize was awar','i r > T. v. Rlby,
Sjr.
I Mr. Ro.by i. a --.' i'" Ht1i.. W. i
ltoby, auditor of ti.. a, t.o r t Air
Line railway, autl a :ri-: rt )f the ( ci-
tor of thi4 paper of ml ivly y-:tra tainld-
ing.
All the Florida ,i y ne-.l- i a fair
chance.
Mr. Roby, jr.. treated the subject
under the following head., viz: "The
atomic theory; progress in chemistry;
the germ theory; proires- in surgery;
improvements in hospiLals, schools,
bygiene, drainage and household
equipment, the speed of railways,
luxury of travel," etc.
The Norfolk Pilot and Times-Union
Citien printed Mr. Roby's essay in
fll and the Oeala Banner is sorry it
has not the speae todo the same thing.
It merits the space that has been
given it.
Free the Sealae veleg Star of
April Ist, t0e.
"We are indepted to Mr. George
Cloe for thefinest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment, I
and one of the meet successful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as be is pros'peaous."
Mr. Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the tbest seeds to be
had especially adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
and tomato seed. See display adver-
vertisement in*another column. 7-I 2tf
Death of Major J. C. DuPree.
At Rutland, near Spar. Major J. C.
DuPree departed this life on .Sunday
afternoon 28, July I!.4h, af.tr a lihger-
log illness, cau'sd b'y .:ri,e onLu-
traited March a year -z HIs daugh-
ter Mrs. Howar sI.. ... ., H,,w.
ardcamne upl fr. at";i. ,. *" :, :'-iil
himu. He re(lue-t^'i f i., ttL1y
orado' be made af't" ,;- ":. :.. iie
was for many year l-;:.-. e
Baptist chur;:i. ;. -- -, ,le
heart ad proved i .. r.
ate Moldier. .May he ,,li
thegreat WVhit- T.r '. .:\.


Stops the Cough and Wcr tI t; It.
fold
Laxative Br": .. *t, .. *.:-. T;le('t
cure a cold in o'-,it o
pay. Price "5 Crit-.
T P'alm H-P-U-1*. -*.:. ;.;
Mr. Flagler's wt--:-;v -t r.* t that
place alone f.,r i:u r, .. a
adorl:nl etll s ..fo.: up -'i.". 1 ile it
alwso carrying **'. :: i' .. ti at
other pIoits a'im: :he :e-: alnd
is bal!a&tiug hi- roadt fr ,n 1Mii:tui to,
Jack,,-ville. W\e r.-f-r :. ;ie iten
not for the purn.--' :r'-aig Aly
hereoy or -seism *-r i-t .:": I* tl;e
part v:" the stat-e ire-- 'iut' -,:i..iy as
an itwIm f iudu-trial njw-.
Win. Finn, of Lima 0., obtained
excellent results from th~- ue of
Foley's Kidney cure. "-It r-;i-rved my
backache and se;-tre pain o'ver the
hips. It toned wy -ys.eau and gave
me new vim anui energy. It is an
honestand reliable remn-dy, a -ure cure
for all kidney disEa_-e." Anti-Mono-
nopoly Drug Store. m
Rev. W. M. Poage, wire and daugh-
ter, Miss Mary P)oaiz, of Monticcello,
left on Tuesday for a trip to Europe.
Mr. Poage is a delegate to the Trennl-
al Conference of the Methodists which
meets in London next month and
which includes all the different de-
nominations and nationalities of the
followers of John Wesley.
Herbine is well adopted to the eure


CARBUNCLES


AND


BOILS


SYMPTOMS OF BAD BLOOD

There is a popular belief that every boil is worth
many times its weight in gold, and the sufferer
patiently, even cheerfully, endures the pain under the
mistaken idea that these little tormentors are health
promoters; that they thin the blood when too thick,
and cleanse and cool it when too hot or too rich. On
the contrary, boils and carbuncles are evidence of blood
poverty, or a fearfully depraved condition of that fluid.
There may be no external evidence of bad blood until //.
the warm days of spring set in motics the sluggish
circulation and the pent-up impurities, unable to escape
through the natural outlets, gather near the surface of
the skin, and a Carbuncle or a Boil is the result. When the blood is burdened with an
undue amount of this impure matter,'the Boils come in greater number, eat deeper into the
surrounding flesh, and, be, ig nearly always located on a bed of nerves, cause the most





watery condition that it succumbs to the boil-producing poisons, t l and the pale and sallow
-AGRU sufferer is continually nurs- 5AW .OKU.
intense suffering. t ing one or more of these arsuject to o a
alwas sme hiden aen at work within ti l and system that will eventual y



mtast 3oe e"A .E aa en tons. A harmless Boil is oik ndonb tb o us sines
undermine the health, but those whose c tt reoursor of n by previous sickness




* tao iM tirudB tiftr dreaded Cancer, and too nmmi r'I'iir thr mmT d
or other causes, are most often the st eunhappyvidncetims of a .


fatally. T a ee relief from the red corpuscles and produces the byt t eo such a weaup
watery condition the appliction of local remedies is natural and right this method sallow
treatment does not prevent uffth ers coming, or bring the slightest relief to the disease rden
U .deeply pinner blood. Only hg one or moreneraon and bm.iig np of the deprewated
r. Wt. ". 1ee, a .eas.eat oi am"el- &ur tweaty I wee eassea
a.es.L, writes: *8. 8. 8. cas feverish and pamful erup- .=e-s y o
Smaeh b _ma. +,e totions.. A harmless Boil is bwea.. U &. *wm e a;--.-f.i






Sbaood can bring abont a lasting cre of C tarbunces and Boifs and prevent their-- appearance
to S.. stores to the ol blood all its lost properties, re-v atg and giving it the
healthy red color that only pure, fresh blood can have, and thro this ne blood strength






Sand vigor comes to the bodily organs; the skin resumes its
Sofunctions, and t mpurities of whatever character are tae
dup and fitered out of the system in nature's way
kid chronic liver trouble, bro S. S. is madck of uitio boots and herbs st may evelted
i a rnrg ascs or ugy e or their wonderful purifying and tonic properties. It cres







blood poison diseases of all k.inds,'whether acute or chronic.
fatally. To seek relif frmatter how long the poison may have been in the blood,
S.S.S.thrmoves every esapplicatige of it, thu s i nsuring a urals ci and rhtbu healthy body.
Those subject to bo others can skin eruption, o sores or ulcers, are asked to write ouren
deeply P'sonA blood. Only a thorough regeneration and building up.of the depreciated
blood can bring about a lasting cure of Carbuncles and Boils and prevent their reappearance.






physician s all about their disse, anld any ins lost properties, advice orted will be chett
healthy red color that only pure, fresh blood can whatever. A throualtsne book orn 3.gd
andand Skin Diseasgors sent free. E SIT SPECIy organs; te sn resumes
functions, and impurities of whatever character are taken
up and filtered out of the system in nature's way.
S..S. S. is made exclusively of roots and herbs selected
for their wonderful purifying and tonic properties. It cures

No matter how long the poison may have been in the blood,
S. S. S. removes every vestige of it, thus insuring a faultless circulation and healthy body.
Those subject to boils or any skin eruption, old sores or ulcers, are asked to write our
physicians all about their disease, and any -nfo-'mation or advice wanted will be cheerfully
and promptly given without any cost to the patient whatever. A valuable book or T and Skin Diseases sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFInC CO., Atamnts.Cgs.


Annual Encanpirent G. A. I. Clove*- aA fmB
inE o NUepS. :0-'KER4.
The Plant sit\Ntei have announced
very '. w rates to Cleveland. O., and
return on account of the annual en-
campment of the Grand Army of the
Republic, which will be in session j q
there, from september lI to 14. Tick-
ets will be sold on September 7, S, 9. 10 i
an t 11 with flnai return limit Sep-
tentibr i (, but by depositing the ticket
with the joint agent at Cleveland, on i
or b-f:re September 11, and on pay-
meut 4,f the fee of fifty cents, an ex-
teni,',- n of the return limit up to. and '
ineluxiin g October r b, nlay be secured. .
Their re ,roi Jacksonville will be I
'!;.' 4 i ,rp,,rtionately low rate. THE STAFF OF LIFE
whie i-- ... thant ovte fare f,,r the
roun- t. I .. :i t, n ~dte frmo other -\-made her is ec(!eatn. who!e-
point-. :,.-. tP F. MI. :o I nuri!hiitj. We have- builtt
Jolly. (div -It 0,':.'-. r ,z.-nt. Jack- iL, arep utati (.1n th-, tlality our
sonvilV. H. W \\'t taenger BREAD
tratlie '..)t w' t\r. :' ni:: ,. Au'i we take particular e are tiat tcth
iugnsilh!l detr:ait front it. The best
Are You Going Away This. Summr? tuprepall hadin
clean, well ventilated rooms and per-
If so V)yo wil c"r~i:'your ow:n i.- feetly baked in modern ovens, gives
terests by calliung Ii r :uthressinug the our eu!-toellte bread une;rualed even
uudersigned for sUlnlllr excursion li the very IttLt hoe made :trtkle.
rates to mountain, lake and seaside -
resorts. Attention i- directed to the H ugh
reduction in sumn.er tou:rist rates to H ughes
Virginia and Atlanti c oast re-orts.
and to the fact that tourist rates are C hill T
authorized to Washington. Baltimore, C hill Tnic.
Philadelphia, New York. Providence
and Boston, by rail to Norfolk, thene (?u:at-:e'
via steamship, in addition to rates via Better Than
Savannah and steamship. Folders, Calomel and
sailings and sleeping c arrange mel an inine...
ments furnished promptly. Chep Cuutaiu. iei
excursion rates to Buffalo by all rail, "The Old Reliable"
through Washington. Louisville or
Cincinnati, or via Savannah or Nor- An Excellent General Tonic, as well
folk and steamship, through New as a sure cure for Chills and Fevers,
York City. Malarial Fevers, Swamp fevers and
F. J. Huber, depot ticket agent, Bilious Fevers.
Ocala, Fla.: MissJ. C. Maughs, city -ITT NEVER FAILS---
ticket a ent. Ocala House. Ocala. Fla.


iA Giood Foundation
SMeanis comfort, peace and health.
IThe tlibcti can't circulate through
poor f tight b.oes or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
Sburicr-. a:d the sluggish circulation
Saffect. the entire health.
SWe sell 'hoes that are shaped like
the human foot, but yet which retain
San air (f elegance and style. Com-
fortal Ie shoes are not necessarily ugly
S--ot so at all, if you come here.

G. A. NASH,
c ,E)th side of the square. Ocala, Fla.


,JIcfVER and &ACKAI..


i <


FUNERAL


DIRECTORS.












pbri 59Uter I Ia
Us. es..


11. New 'rth la~tirtg ag. .
prtino. t, theNow Yok R fit.
"Wr00% k I* sm aft-eiht Yearn as j, t I, v
Wh tra~rtp..pet, mli qa'* b.- l
In kuc.. wI#j alife i- He

W3" 40d "d o Is ., l r.
"hrt is a ta'(lighT.... 1.13.40 Ifo
'Seiti 1 -141"t hr. b-re. if V'I i
Ow the wb,4* imall.1 -A 'i~m~'ul
04 tSM mjua I1,14. a hat fitop
61111.phsss *' St #fa10 headit f. tie
hWJd jut *".whgfuor *u?&1?Ig.r-' Hat's
aml right ,f yI..f01utIt.w FJi% tilt
-rw maid ~%the wro-u t isa 'ke
nru"r ,a h..,-t.a, 'a vy..r i.'d.

lmwul atad V-4,1all II. -Icrv 11Tjj aiz6atlt
46".1 Cair Ile 1*eatb!au.q

-V %bI H eot t ril I a 40 1
last*-: fe.l~l
%a Wa9* i .I !..[:-.II.i




'hatetoa i.ta ceWeld nacrlrt (th -untry i-ts

that .. tog t-l a ld .sqor :i F 'r,
-1 line thil riittl ,:)$U
my y~seeg fritw. t..I am tua o'Ii. .tl-man
eisthe tato that's et nut% !a-wuer to
m, so ya b bs mn re -iig ln
mS I ~y he he. .1aaau sellso IanQ


wowhs"hebee to putWee in 1""rwog
MgJ give d ra 0'. gpber..
10 1- -- Sdv SI-r .
IltoPait Purei will opratq t.
Wm-swelby eafuiuloto Tampsanic
NMkdy. 4kg" %2. m4 will sell tiek-
o lea all teals. on that fty. from
Jm*eAmvilte, H gb tipring.. tuau.
nlls, &ad Lmte s*oath terreof. Traiu
wIl Wow* hal. at 1.27. it. m.. ana the
#We&. tHaete limited to return until
mW samletirg Aug. 'i. TO40vt. cau
'r ahmiuq.d f 4h'm' J. 4'. Maugb
at AII~wr' ~rg twket aget'1to For
OtiwMafstu Iaply 1j. ). F. WVattv,
trav*l Ig ag.Tno. V V JelIr. 'livisitof
pamngwr aien'. Jackeovivi~e. H. W.
Wrest sC. I omsegremanagerravau-
ath.


T1 m r Vrak Wo'rld has got the
,c **f pertuio daown *, a minimum.
Itse Weot i4ar of its monthly news-
puipernagtgstm 1* ioterptling ir from
a etber ,rn l tham that it sows the
ar- "Lofhe mtb for bIw little."
weO M lthly World ias 32 page
Ma-me* witb h lord crvr. Its
pagm r atboa the ie of the m(les
of thke LAds' Hotm Journal. amd It
Mw Pielvy jllumteld Io balftoae.
b Llutrlatlns are the result of the
b- an tir skill, alded Iy all the lat-
e prnitim gpen appline, making
a magvie emritalled in the qualityy
atl (acmwletll amd its almearance.
ar tIms lai o4clriea of tro-
mm 4. laov. adwe ttte. travel. ,14t-
rtim of fietw and fa* : Storirs of
els gywalt a ad .'.ri,.u*. gathereld
ftm alII ,or tbr *ilorl. the rmultr of
erwatttl reeerrht. and editorial re-
Wtre It Irumahrbrf aia its '-on-
tremiat* the leading literary men aud
w-meh of the day.
A nature h e ictclth is a ful! page
partralt of Ithe mit famed man or I
S-mani of tW Mu.mlent in the ,uthlic
WSW


3m -s~letmg ss!;sujrart~ 6fr tout.-
kmlauethe literary awtt'- Paul art
ebjet. f.r the Mceruthly worldd no
lb. New Iti paed .rliwlmd
murief i.! tal uWpsgolwiJ-wiioila
vru .*f (,t tisfieeu en:l tl I 'agtu an

itre.. Tim W.'rl-1. IuL~tm ~t 'lig

afs s o was Toests@o
'9. ulsfvd ..b palo 'r.wtu i *ruo I
,%o*.Id hariy a-elk wrl". H. R.1-

er'. 4ratk'l wa Rve "...cujl.t-cIrl cyur4lt
thm-- A, to like- mcavv g-11*1,1*'4

*~. .,.I Iorrf4-s! 'Iww r -of vwkin

d~meas' miiij..le. solaceutAicI

pros *.I' %it bliti
O*w 'a'u mCtt *r aerig14 .A'w





rl-inst t orrS. *f sI i.- V C 46'.I
84 a "Ui...ha'. .. u.I'-InII~ tst
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emulet a! '.u.ieta a -.*- *a:s? clue



the 16 st 009'* ~ s~l~ It'r li t iit A t
*~ts, ..~' maUsds %j i ta.i lr a'.., I


b~ irUtItIh T I lar~,- ra *''-.. t~
&Ot o -'ut .

pea" T V"


THE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST 2, 1


A. K. HAWKES
The Famous Atlanta Optician


RECEIVED

GOLD MEDAL
Highe-.t .ward Diploma of Honor.
Established s1 S.

I !:e.- Famous Glasses for sate by
DR. WM. ANDERSON.

l\yvsiht Tested Free.
Sautionu Hawkeis' Glasses are never
peddled. Be sure that Hawkes" is
stamlwd on frame. 2-8


Jerry

Burnett


=l4OrzDL.


Two hsirwed bushels of po-
tatoes r::; -i'unds
of Z:.~ 4,: i ,-.lin the i
r-j||% sCoi. .ss i qantit
-- is r:eurned to the soil,
Sth" f- owing crop will
SR;.: really decrease.
'i -' .": Lo teclin .--*"
u~e and vi::.
S" f-r various cro--. i
r ... L:.' t WOee.
S .-ALI WORK ,
n ",'-':


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Geo.S.Hc ker Sons
e e


Merchant

Tailoring


Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths..
Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaranteed.


JAPANESE


PILECURE
A i.rw and complete treatment, consisting of
Wippr ...ronr. Capsule' of Ointment and two
boav of oantmeat. A never-failing cure for
Pile% of e\erv nature and degree. It makes an
toperatn with the knife, which is psiuhl. and
ofen reulti. ni death. unnecessary. WUy en-
dure th:s terrible di-ease. We pack a written
guarantee in each s box Nocure. no pay. roc
and :: a tlx. or f.S. Sent by mail. Samples
free.
01XTumET S AND 69C.
BTPI~T)I Cured. Piles Prevented, by
Japanese Liver Pellets. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
parifer. Small. mild and pleasant to take; es-
pecially adapted for children's ue. Fifty doses
:cc. Anti Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala.

_, AL


Ahm" dw OW
Mwrq VL )l


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tU I bd lanu ft.e.





VIGORo MEN
E.&8LY. QUICKLY. AND
PEl ANIETLY ESTIORED

rLIllrE DR. JEAN O'HARA'S
i II r- (Pi s~RGREAT FRENCH
T IC AND VITALIZER is old with written
Iuarautec to cure nervous dcbilitv, lost vitality.
tailing memuov. fits. dizziness. hysteria. stops
all drainsoo the nervous system caused by bad
habits or rxcr-sive use of tobacco, opium.
lq of or or tng the pace that kills." Itwards
o insanity. cons-mption and death. It clears
the blcol and brain, builds up the shattered
nerves, restores the fire of youth.and brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks, and makes yo. young
and strong tain. w. x boxes $. By mail to
any addtes. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2

loa=cl IWOIMT o0 TEE OAID o07
PULN lS&T1UCTI0y FOB JUIE.
RE('EII'TS.
lecefive-d fr.om Melnth swpc-
ial di-trict $ 6.17
Revcived from Dunnellon spea-
itl diutriet ............... 126 24
Reeivedi from riedemt tion of
lauds *.5
ltre.ived o.e uiill state appor-
tio U i t It! ......... 34 ; )
Ieceiveld E. 1'. Thagard, taxes
l*6.04 ...... .. ....... ......... .9
lv-eciveld E. P. Thaasrd, taxcs
I ,.N > .. -
-Rce-ived Railroad taxsw......... 4413.W-
Receivedi telegraph t.xes **......... '.I.,
Rel~vive- dist~ir4 t ..... i-

,i,,tri"t 211.59
,Receivfe Ifrtm Fautvill*- 9.-5)
Itverived c t*.a-i;Vefd r- l emptitt of IHl utdsl ,.4S
Ita'anie fro' .May rl ort ......... .99


1 ~~:*a a.. -.lit% fiv-11m June4
1.;-2.ur-etd curiuz June. A4- 73
'-yJuvta i'bt 14'4. 1T


3'..me.c at~tN Idn1e ft.'I. :


mA sIUACTURo
DOOR, SASH, BLINDS.
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATERIAl
I'ne aMIN R cy 61US S eI tlslt
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
gouth ard thereby save
money.
O(Wee and waitremoB. Ktng oppoadte OannOe
treet.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.

NOTICE Or ELECTION= FOR CESATMWS A
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTLST AT

NOTICE IS HERIBY 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, Au4usts 3rd, A. D., zipoz.
for the purpose of creating a special tax school
districtto be known as the Griner Farm special
tax school district No. It. Boundaries of said
district to be all of the south half of township
Ax. south, range 22. eart.
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 tne said 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 pcrson have been appointed
inspectors and crk of said election: B. H.
Leitner. C. T. Lufiman and J. J. Luflman, in-
spectors, and C. M. Murphy. clerk
Attest: G. S. SCOT.
W. D. CAR*. Chairman.
Secretary. 7-5

NOTICE.

In the Circuit Court of the Filth Judicial Circuit
of Florida in and for Marion coun-
ty-In Chancery.
William L. Vandeventer, complainant, vs. An-
nie R. Vandeveuter, defendant.-Divorce.
T IS ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VANDE-
venter, defendant in this cause, be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
cause on
Alfondav. the.**C d ao ff Sptetmber. A. D.. /q,'r.
It is further ctdered that this order be pub-
lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This June 26th. A. D. 190t.
[Seal] S. T. SISTRUNK.
N. M. ALLRED. Clerk Circuit Court.
Conplainant's Solicitor. 6 2'

ADMMnISTRATOS NOTICE.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
creditors, legatees and distributees and all
persons having claims against the estate of
MARY ELIZk KEEP, deceased, will present
the same to the undersigned administrator with
the will annexed, within the time allowed by
law. duly authenticated, for payment, or else
this notice will be pleaded in bar of 4uch pay-
ment. .iy postoffice address McIntosh, Flor-
ida. July 26th. 1901.
W. E. ALLEN
Administrator with Will Annexed of the Es-
tate of Marv -liza Keep. )ect-a-,d.
W. S BIuLLOCK. O-,t
Atty. for Admini-trator.

ADETMIST' :ORAT s OTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR FINAL DIS.SfGE.
(fTlICE IS HEREBY (; VEN THAT THE
i! :.('Lerignetld, a ad'n:nlt.- : r of the state
of JAMI.. B. CAMPlIETI.L. w-t: ,n the
9tdh Day oft < ti`1 ,. ,S .P,, zipi,
make :ninal return of he account:, and ask a ris-
charge from his adminisitr:tor%-i;:, of -aid estate
in accordancee with the law in .uch cases made
and provided.
This :th April A D. loo!.
C'HARL'i% \ WHITE. Admr.
419 isetim Est. of James B Campbell. deceased.

TAX DEED NOTICE.

S'U RE,.AS. JOHN W ROSS HAS PRESENT-
\\ to me Tax Certificate No. >-';. -ale of Au
g-it. cov riug the following land i MaIion
,uuntvy. llorida to wit: Northwtst quarter of
ucrthea.st quarter actionn .3, town-hip :;-. .uth
range 2zo ea.st. and upon s-aid certifcati has de-
n:;,nded from me a tax aleed
Therefore. af.er the expiratton of thirty 'iyvs
iro,'- the date of this notice, unless redeemed, it
::sv intention tj i-sue a tax deed to the -.id
I>aed .1a. :.' S. T. SITi.TRUNK.
->.:-.t Clerk Circuit CLurt.


901.


-w-For- --


A G.E.. .f PUKE LIRS3D OIL abui
with a fum of







makes 2 pszons of the vry wr P Ame
iL the WORLD


dat~aslfnt bll Io UAR 3ou nDrvwa the
?C's WIT: LsxtD and is AwOLvL? NOY Pot.
boworrs. MiiuuAA PMASANe made of the oW
PAMIMT U LU.*--*W 1 as All EeodJtwub"Mrn,
and h ground i'ncsVZRT iQcs. otreabto
asixany bo~,a do W It In w umo~wu
AS&NT ot and Is


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Sold and guaranteed by


TIE R9


OCAT.A


Pure,


Fresh


Drugs


---Go to---


The


Drug Store,


ll M Il aEJIGLZDT. Ot thel ew Norell awar
PIGEON MILK

S* FL ., IIIJECTIOI.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to fear days.
Its action is magical. Preventsa treture. All
Complete. ro be carried in vest pocket. e re
I reventative. Sent by tall in plair pal~t
Spread. on receipt of price. i per bs the
Sfor $2.50. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Oak, lh.


HUBARD & MACDUFF



S ........................ .


DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE. CUT AND

WIRE NAILS. PAINTS

OILS, VARNISHEs. AT-

LANTIC WIIITE LEAI),

ALL KINis; OF

GLAS- ANDl P'TTY.

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS. E VER THING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

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AGRICULTURAL IMP LE-

MENTS. Di,' PLOWS,

PLANET JR. GROVE CUL.

TIVATORS, ALL KIND

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE, CUT-

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BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff,


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THESE ARE THE POINTS:
Long Distance Axels Patent Shaft 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.


S. A. STANDLEY.


J. H MOGTON.


OCALA LUMBER


W. D. NORTON.


IPANY


(Also Successr to Tashee loltU y Works)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, IDo~cr and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits. BEdroom
Suits. Kitchen Tables and SafPs, Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
PA'T' NT' BEE HIVyS A SPECIALTY.
;-je Estimates promptly furnished.
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HOTEL ONBOUIA,
HOTEL COQUINA, ast


Y-TH E4EAt -
ijest of Florida


H.,te-: ,t.uiua is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the oeiaW
Whill it afI.."- al ti- dIli ihts of the sea-shore. it is only nea minutes walk,
fiv. liiuutr.- ovy horse c.ar, from thie or uice groves and palm shaded walks oa
the banks tle- Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad etatm,
beiut conroiiected with it by hors<-ea;'. Beautiful walks and drives, groves o
letoun, o rauLt. anlt rare tr, pi al fruits, avenues of oleander and palamett
River, octea, ourfh*atling and flue fi-hiug. The climate Is delightful, Mald
t,+e ti ial i ..:isesr of ov.-rwork or nervouS. prostration. *
Wiii op'tL ti Aout the first of June. but will te+ in a p~,-ition to take eae of
ue sts aft-f: May 2-Nth. .ianmmer rates: :2 per day: t$ to $1 per wee. aS
For furt.-r information address, D. B. MATHESON, Oruaond, ha.


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We would call the attention of the public to the
fact that we don't let our stock of goods dwindle
down to a mere cart-load during the summer, as is
customary with many so-called up-to-date Grocery
stores. Our shelves are to-day loaded down with
as complete line of

STAPLE AND FANCY

SGROC SERIES
as can be found in the state, and well sell them as
low as they can be sold by anyone, consistent with
legitimate profit And we still stick to our motto:

"QUALITY GOVERNS PRICE"
Try Ballard's "Obelisk Flour," "Royal Scarlet"
SCanned Goods, Tetley's Teas, Heinz's Pickles, King-
an's Hams and Fairbank's Golden Cottolene when


" the very best is desired. These goods are the stand-
- yards of excellence in their several lines.
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HAY, CORN, OATS BRAN, MEAL,
SSALT, POULTRY & COW FEED,
Alwsys Kept on Hand.

Callon Yours to Please. -


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