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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily 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 9, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."






IN d after Monday. July i. 1901. I will have
et* a pqimd IbamVciet, 4 who will assume con-
S imy 7 lcriptioa Department, and we we will be
to ae yWar Our first aim in this
I to masw t ar ao Pramtr Datbs. and all
e a* k is a plqMeBs prot, based on cash trans-

I weld U call Oyour attention to the fact that we
baw o band a Iare and well assorted stock of Sta-
M~e~ y. FPrfme. Toilet Articles. Kodaks and Kodak
* -". all of which we would like to have you in.

We will ahwortly display a large assortment of
Arum*r'* Toilet Snaps. the quality and price of which
we think will iiite.rt you. PIea'. remember

No",'.. run rarsm wnr.


"A wuuximm am WInu0"Otis"
lamai13 tr or4w taim mu.; ox
iWMA IT KMV A 10U091

P~~in-P~es &qSore.
P~l *-'- Vem is visitn I

Sh JmIft iM veIs9Ina"u-

mma* .pwis "
mrV. Ul a amr dinmerkas
~ant tepab dy

lu, to Ur. a d Mm Gabri
Is *DOW a PAm hasW&s e yoUng lady of
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wonwe Mdwbw et
am,. we wkoviney, of Jacksn-
r~e, t.wfgoE r"bape UIhep MKoore.s

Nsa. pI Nina. ww srwgistered At
tb. 'lmistl'Atlantlc bmeah


Miss Pearl Nash, of Tamps, is on a
vist to Oalas and is temporarily occu-
ying a place behind the counters of
er bother's store during the absence
of im Nelle Andesen.
Mr. Emats Hopklns, of the
Platers' NMt. Co., Lake Mary, left
o Fri viathe oMelry Line, en
nou" fto Dtsose, whbe will spend
thetqr W p of his veaatin.
Rev. Wa. Y. Wlkle, a promi-
et ahrch worker of thi state, so-
eompaenld by nMs. WUkle, called on
Mallry Line steamship Colorado,
presmt voyage, fr a trip through the
Mr.. W. Sylvester is now night
derk at the Ooala House and will
have charge of Mr. Edwards' opera
boies in Oainesville this winter, and
will continue to manage the Ocala
opera houe.
Rev. P. J. Reeves, the Baptist mis-
sionary at Spring Park, and who is
doing such acceptable work in this
county, ha received a call to go to
lSt. Augustine. He will be mimed
very much here.
A free and easy expectoration is pro*
d..l4w hw & Cow dnae of Ballard's

-_ Ou eu vy a iew UUBM V MMwwS U
Mas .--Pat'_nsBe Dr re. oHorehound Syrup, in all cases of
Me.. rF er e Us, eo MUao, (a.. I hoarsene., more throat, or diffculty of
.. vrmta hpr pasl. Mr. and Mr. I breathing. Price 25 and 54,cts. Anti-
*i TrlUma. Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr I. *. ay a, of lAwell, has Mrs Carrie Long, and her young
* iw d4.wa s n t. et~ummrg no a tour nephew, Masters Guy. Clarence and
9,* impaismm. Olott Zewadski, left last Monday for a
r IAy w oe of the ex- visit to their uncle, Mr. Andrew
ret.-.- to Jaekmoviln over the Turner, a few milep west of Juliette.
l s.t pstom 1m Monday. tIIThey will be gone several days.

AI J T. IA-i. mWriinant, lw,'kt-
sm.rt al fruit buytr...f M( lMomBluftf
is was u I,(bala Tuesday.
We. Ja' kmo-: It Hwr'. of uf 1ruav-
too i- %saili n lg r nio thrr.M r-.
%.Ill, IWaeT.I ulal vtl1) Cit.

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W rto. *111Ill. Ife-waft and gio
too, ootit' t~l~i~alfaar aust gtle Porn

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A. I. BaRo, of Morgantown, Ind.,
had t, get upi ten or twelve times in
the night and had severe backache
avld painu in the kidney-.. Was cured
,y F.,ley's Kidney cure. It's guaran-
te t. Auti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Attlru-y WUilliam Hocker, of Oeala,
I- 43eudi ug a couple of weeks at the
Sea-ide Inc. Mr Hocker is an expert
rilhirmant, and keeps the hotel table
W.le wel! -.upllied with specimens of
;the it ih'y trile.-DI)ytoua (iazette-
N. w ..
.i. J. l;. Sutton and little son left
SM' ,over the Plant .System for au
-ext.etd t'u;r in south Flrida. Mr.
Sutton, i tli.e e-t Patron of the uews-
pai'- .'f a; y merchaiit in Florida,
and i- I iiltli .vu t.l a big bu-iues. IHe
,-e et- :A:Atd we are glad is achieving
..U "t'"'

n- M %%M:a %alk, Ir e,.., ha- tI el. -
.,, % t, u- ,-.t O. t M r-. 't.- i* !th-l h society for the Plre-
A M.... It s it-..trnt. t ., .. 1 r1I.-,. veintit., of ( ,usumpUtiou" presided
S ., vcr i y the I-riue of Wales. was ad-
dre- -et l-y Sir William Broadbent,
Mt,- Mh rt*.- l. IIA-' ,- t -~t IIt l a -tated that it was definitely
l-,. Imt. Ii 1'l .a-^ -l aftl-i k.,,ew!: tlat every case of consuaip-
,.*.,i 1 1 t hi t- lt t -"",! to, n It-gan with a germ communicat-
,M- I *tatut.y ed fr, .m -.,mue other case. There is no
SP,4 I *1 l1, r 1--. m,-lt d-iglt- -uchl tlhig a- iinhrited consumption.
i- i .-:. ..t I. i1- I-'ta It,." er I ut th," germ has absolutely to be
,. I, .I. aft.i a' .... t la hone ." *o I :t.t'ed iii that weeak spot before con-
;! A ,* ui ititn can ensue. This ought to
c i port thousands of people who
n, th. ** ,, *-, '- o khala M,,t h i ave weak chests" or "weak lungs."
,* -**, My M II tiu. ,'f leddiLk,I They are uot foreordained victims of
o, tI ,..t fail t., pay tll t. .:4la thiA'dread disease All that is needed
.i t-fr a fratelrIl c all 't to Ld al olute defiance to this deadly
1,r".. rIt|.tt*-1-~ tofh lr IugStlore. i* to be able to strengthen
thec Weak lungs, and build up a strong
Mr lugleas tos. .ct.ilt1wrge adr wa dy. The answer to this need is
ref.i- at athe hlo AAraoat. Jak- found ill Dr. Pierce's Folden Medical
-. s. r. ls ~rday. He has tI u Dim ery It so purifies the blood
.A. .... ..n imr iu Raltimore. i Di- ... I.. -...-.I.. lt..


comrades have "crossed the river."
Capt, J. C. DuPree, who knew no fear,
a grand man in peace as in war, has
answered the last roll call, as has
Comrade S. F. Rou, another brave
veteran. Suitable resolutions will be
drawn by the camp.
A reunion has been decided upon,
to be held in Ocala on Wednesday be-
fore the full moon in November. A
grand rally of veterans and a cause
dear to the hearts of every southern
man and woman is hoped for. Those
who can are cordially invited to at-
tend and to bring baskets of "sunstsn-
tials" along.
Nothing gladdens the heart of an
"Old Confed." more than a recogni-
tion of the sacrifices made by him
and the whole southern states during
I- .. ...


On the editor's table le two cans of
tomatoes. Both are beautifully la-
One bears the following inscription:
"Packed by the Lo*ell Packing
company, Lowell, Florida."
The other:
"The 'Eva Belle' and 'Beauty' to-
mato, packed by Can & Co., Beddick,
Mr. W. M. Shockley is manager of
the Lowell Packing company and left
a request asking us to make a note of
the result of the sample which we
shall take pleasure In doing later on.
The can is too pretty and conveys
too important an object lessn for us to
open it yet awhile. Instead, we are
making it serve as an advertising me-
dium and have placed it in the fore-
, front of other Marion county exhibits
in the window of the uptown ticket
office of the 8. A. L railway.
The other can is accompanied with
a memoranda from Mr. C. M. Carn
in which he says he has sol some of
his menufete red artlels to Messrs.
H. A. Faucett, W. T. (askkn and Dur.
rance Co., Oeals.
Now, here's the beginning of am
indty we hope shall prove proAlta
ble to or people: Tho grow, who
owmrthelandd d- t the soil; the
laborer, who gathstho r ap; the tin-
ner, who makes the ds; the printer
who makes the labels; and the paker
who can the goods; and aU who ar
directly or remotely concerned in the
The grocers named are to be thank-
ed for aiding the industry ints in-
fancy and holding up the hands of the
pioneer packers in a practical and
substantial manner.
Surely in a vegetable and fruit see- ours an industry of this sort
is very much needed and should re-
ceive the unstinted encouragement of
buyers and consumers.
Thbusands Seut late Exile.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose longs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
anotherclimate. But this is costly and
not always sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption will cure you at home.
It's the most infallable medicine for
cughs, colds, and all throat and lung
diseases on earth. The lfrst dose brings
releif. Astounding cures result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free a
Garrett & Gerig's. Price 3c and $1.00
Every bottle gauranteed. 4
Confederate Veterans.
At the regular monthly meeting,
Aug 5th, of these old heroes, gray-
haired, maimed and bent by declining
years, an unusually large number were
in attendance. The commander,
Capt. Geo. Ml. Hubbard, a gallant
soldier under Forrest, presided. Since
the election of Capt. Hubbard as
commander of the camp, new life has
been given and more interest awaken-
ed than has ever before been shown.
By his efforts almost every veteran in
three counties has been en enrolled as
members of this camp, one hundred
and ninety-tive names being in the
list, making Marion Camp No. .,; the
largest, by far of any camp in the
Since the last meeting, two gallant


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There amso many
light weight thing
here, aad allo them
are -ebhloma,
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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 WHLE LOT of little



Clearwater's Tribute to the Oeala Jolly Party for the Pa.Amrleoa.
aSys. Quite a large party of Floridians
What sort of a game did we have in sailed on the Mallory Line steamship
Ocala on the 25th? Well, we had the Colorado on Friday, en route to 'Pew
finest kind of a trip and our stay in York and Buffalo, among whom were
Ocala was a perfect treat. The Ocala Miss Minnie Snavelly, Mr. and Mm.
boys are all gentlemen, and not only Jas. Skinner and Miss L C. Delaaor,
did they make every provision for our of Archer; Mrs. W. H. eFx and
comfort and enjoyment, but devoted daughter, Ruth, and Mr. C. C. eeir,
themselves personally to our enter of Jacksonville; Mr. Will L. Tylad-
talnment. As to the games, we all er, of Orange City.
esteemed it a pleasure 'to; be pitted To ta a n .
against seh considerate opponents,
and we re eagerly antiipating thetr Use B amaeor the pmemt eals.
coming here to play the return It'e gas ntmde3e a es,
We allB be satised if we cani r pries sad al dadiea ao
tur do unto em a they hav dooe wIn e ---- .
aote m. Tm rumNm"m eeI et is em

MVwa B. B. C-uw. U5 To i .m
--Charwitr P111. 111111 6 I"L uEL CLUIL I
High Llvla, intemperace, ox-
paoeaodi say other i bring A wow "'t o
on Bright's dismal. Fouleyqs EIaey WhE They m-L
(ue will prevent Bright'sdlease d An ste I--"
all other kidney and bladder orders
If taken intium. Be ar to take ood ........ ;
Foley'a. Anti-monopolyDrag8tore.m n goed o $ i ........ 0"
Ome $1 O l B am. l stove,
A SelghtMe lMseor Party. with oven ..... I. 0m
last Friday night Mr. Benjie One M Waut w antbe ely l 0
Weathers entertained a few of hie On *ghl T 7-pieee alr-
friends at sapper. Thee were sixteen lore u.......................
covers laid. The table decorations One lare re rator with iee
were red. The center piece was a wate................ 6
huge ct glass bowl of red cannas, and One bath tub, n good condton 4W
the place cards were red and heart One double lawn swing, new... 68
shaped. The dining room was lighted Lot 3 woven wire ots, while
with red candles. A delicious menu they last ...*......... 2 5
was served. After supper the even- Lot 75e unoleum oil lo, at
ing was delightfully spent playing One 18 Turkish coach, little
cards-whist at the first table, hearts ued.................... 110
at the second, smut at the third and Lot new ce chests, while they
old maid at the fourth. The prizes last.......................4ad 5 0
were won by Miss Clara Gray and Mr. We have always on hand
Tom Harris, while the booby fell to BAUGAIN
Miss Ethel Robinson. The latter part in new and second hand Furniture of
of the evening was most pleasantly all kinds. You will do well to call on
spent in dancing. It was nearly one us.
o'clock before Mr. Weathers' guests OCALA FURWIITER e.
bade him good night.
Epwerth League Matters. W arm
The monthly, business meeting of
the Oeala Epworth League of the eath
Methodist church was held at the We lhle
church Tuesday evening.
S60.85 was reported raised during Suggestions.
the month on the church debt from
sale of refreshments on Julyi4th and FO EVEMfISO EARt.
25th. 4A party dress that
The league by an almost unanimous looks nice and i cool
vote changed its devotional meetings and comfortable is
from 7 o'clock Sunday evening to 4:30 not an easy thing to
o'clock on Sunday afternoons, so the f procure. This new
next meeting will be held next Sun- 9 cloth we are showing
day afternoon at 4:30 o'lock, in the for summer -dresss
auditorum of the church., --will permit the
The pastor, Rev. H. Dutill, as Ep- wearer to be entlrel
worth League executive committee- comfortable thog
man for the Gainesville district, stated u. S
that a district Sunday school and Ep- j "dressed aup. Shown in seve ral
worth League conference would be
lield at Reddick sometime in October. exceptional offering.

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, Prescriptions-Postoffice Drug Store. You can't And a bet,
___ ter style of goods for
traveling dresses than
Save the beautiful line show
Your Vezetables here. Inlight adl me*
1You Vegetables!. d dium weights, and in
,hades and colors that
Swill make up wen, look
S l t : nicely, never fade,ad
will not show dirt and dust In travel.
T A CC3 Something for all ages, from misse to
pA' i matrons, and at all and very easy
Prices, too.





-As for---

Straw Hats

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

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

J. m. IFesE
*. Flerida.

Peacriptlons-Postoffice Drug Store.
Bartow is erecting a new bank
The trotting record has been re-
duced to 2:2 14.
Hea. A. C. Croom has entered upon
the duties of the office of comptroller.
We want to make the state air an
object lemon of endeavor and enter-
pri t the Florida farmer.
hs conty t comml e--rs of
Almh muty have appropriated
W fr an ehibit at the state air.
these FloradiM who went north to
joy the cool bremes We not as for-
tmas as thles who stamped at home.
With the hot weather and strike ex-
eUlemt Tampa can still keep cool
with IS retailing for 16c. per hundred

A petition is being signed to make
Dr. D. A. Smith, of Anthony, surgeon
for the insae asylum at Chattahoo-
A frightened negro recently swam
the bread St. Johns. It is one of the
most remarkable performances in the
swimming line on record.
A new bank has been established at
KJimmee. HIon. C.A. CUrson is presi.
det aad N. B. Carson cashier. A
big eesm is predicted for it.
I Shasflr and Oompers were sub-
jeead to the same treatment as were
the strike leaders at Tampa it would
produce a fearful domestic revolution.
Orange growers at Candler, lake
Weir, Ctra, MeIntosh and other
points in Marion county are very
muh elated over the vigorous growth
the tees are making.
TM leading oil companies at Los
Angeles, COL, have conaolidated. The
secretary ad tum er a the consorl-
idtd eompanes is Mr. R. D. Robin-
ma, formerly of this city.
The prospect for a le sand bounti-
lora mne rop this year very prom-
iing. The trees in I Manatee and
DeSota are hangig full of the golden
nugets.-Tampa Tribune.
Peeriptions- Potofloe Drug Store.
'hosphate shipments from Punta
Gorda during the month of July aggre-
gated S3O tons, of which 16,095 tons
were cnsigned to foreign ports, and
16,1JS tons to domestic port*.
Tampa is crowing over Ocala be-
ease Its people get one hundred
pounds of Ite for fifteen cents, while
the eitinas of Ooala are compelled to
pay five nts for five pounds.
Amng the houss recently purchas-
ed by Mr. 8. Starr teraberger is the
kis' place in the third ward. He
will make It his residence and put out
on It more than a thousand dollars in
The member of the Can't-Get.
Away Club have had a most delight-
ful time this summer. They have
enjoyed delightful picnics, moonlight,
straw rides, exciting ball games, cool
and refreshing bretues and nights of
undisturbed slumber.
Preserlptione-Postoffie Drug Store.
The Jacksonville robber that enters
a house In broad day and ransacks
every room while the occupants are
talking on the front porch gives evi-
dence of cheek and nerve that might
make a Chicago millionaire if better
directed.-Times-'nion and Citizen.
The Iutinese relations existing be-
tween Mesrs. Gardner and Pyke,
manlairasr of the Crvstal saloon and

Mr. Wlliam Hammo livings at
M.eeki.a a brother-4law of BSpt
Carn, of this county, put up fifteen
thousand cans of tomatoes and five
thousand cans of peaches the est es-
on. This itemought to serve as a
pointer for the fruit and vegetable
growers of this county.
"My baby was terribly sick with
the diarrhoea." says J. H. Doas, of
Williams, Oregon. "We were unable
to cure him with the doctor's assist-
ance, as a last resort we tried Cham-
berlain'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
Store. m
D. H. Hunnicutt, of Athens, Ga.,
who made quite a reputation as a de-
tective in unraveling the Arms mur-
der mystery in this county, and who
has been in the city for some days,
left Tuesday for Atlanta, where he has
temporary headquarters. Mr. Hunni-
cut, besides being a detective and
practicing attorney, is a famous ame-
tuer golfer, and will play in this city
and down the east coast next season.
No one anows the unbearable tor-
ture, the peculiar and agonizing pain,
caused by piles, unless they have suf-
fered from them. Mauy believe them
incurable. This is a mistake. proper
treatment will cure them. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible
cure. Priek cents In bottles, tubes
76 eta. Anl-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mrs. Carrie lao, who was a dele-
gate to the Ed national Association
at Detroit, Mich., has return home.
Mrs. Lng went from Detroit to Buo-
ao by water and describes the trip as
something exqusitely beautifuL At
Buffalo he saw the Pa-American
Exposition in its completeness, and
entended her visit to Niagara Falls.
There isa ma n California very
much needed In Florida. He is able
to tell of the whereabouts of oil from
the surface indications that only the
drill is supposed to be able to disclose,
after journeying hundreds and
sometimes thousands of feet in the
direction of the earth's center. In
successfully locating oil lands Mr.
Jones is assisted by an instrument
which he calls the "Electro-Magno-
Hydrograph." It would pay to have
Mr. Jones come to Florida.
The Chattanooga Times pertinently
remarks that "the right to live" is
more preclou than "the right to
vote," and adds: "The negroes who
went to Chicago in the hope of secur-
inog ork, which was denied them at
the point of shot-guns, are returning
to Alabama, where no embargo is
placed on their honest toil. It is be-
ng rapidly shown that even with
their "grandfather" clauses, the
Southern States offer the negro the
only safe refuge for the enjoyment of
life, liberty and the pursuit of an hon-
est living."

Sheep E urslees wur the


On Monday, Aug. 12th, the Plant
System wil sell round trip tickets,
Ocala to Tampa, limited to return un-
til Aug. 15th, 1901, for 2. Leave
Ocala 3:25 p. m., arrive at Tampa at
10 p. m.
On Thursday, Aug. 16th, will run a
special excursion train leaving Ocala
1:42 a. m., arriving at St. Augustine
at 5:30 a. m., at rate of $1.25 for the
round trip. Returning the train will
leave St. Augustine 8 p. m., arriving
Oeala 1! :40 p. m. Separate coaches
provided for white and colored pas-
For further information, tickets,
etc., call on MIss J. C. MAUGHS,
A. E. GERI City Ticket Agt.
Depot Ticket Agt.
Referred to Bre. Zewadski.
How would it look if the unwritten
history of the last legislature were
spread before the people of Florida in
cold type? Would it set the whole
people to praying? We simply ask
the question.-DeLand Record.
The Best Perseriptae for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 20c. t
Still Iagging at "The Oeats Editor.."
The Levy Times-Demoerat arises to
remark casually that although there
is oil in Florida, it is all in the hands
of the Standard Oil Company. Frank
Harris doesn't say so.-Pensacola

A Wder te. t...Lwur d av.TWpm

To the Editor of the Baumer:
I want to make an appeal to the
lumber and turpentine operators in
this section of Florida.
It is now coating these men more
than forty cents per animal per day
to feed them, while this can easily be
done at a cost not to exceed ten cents
per animal per day, thus effectig a
saving to the operator of not less than
one hundred dollars per animal per
Multiply thu number of animals
employed, gentlemen, by one hun-
dred dollars and you readily perceive
the profit to your business.
It is sufficient to support your fam-
ily in luxury.
The secret is this: Stop the practice
of buying grain and hay from the
West and feed your horses, mules and
cows with cassava, velvet beans and
hay grown on the farms around your

If you have not the time and in-
clination to produce these crops your-
self make a contract with some of
your neighbor farmers, who are try-
ing under adverse conditions to make
a living by tilling the soil, and who
will be benefited equally with your-
self by your patronage.
There is a prevailing opinion that
mules and horses which are worked
hard must be fed on corn, oats and
western hay. You were never more
mistaken, gentlemen; horses and
mules fed with cassava and velvet
beans, or a small quantity of hay,
I which can be produced at home, will
keep in finer condition and perform
as many hours' work per day as when
fed with corn and oats, and at the
same time you have the stiseaction
of knowing that you are helping your
neighbor, while effecting a positive
saving of 75 per cent along these
lines of your own expenses. *
Begin right now to secure your cas-
sava seed for planting next spring.
There are farmers all over the state
who will-agree to save the seed for
you. You will find such at Ocala,
Mclntosh, Lake Mary, Spring Gar.
den, Lowell, Bartow, Fort Meade and
You can get velvet beans for plant.
ing in any quantity at Fort Meade.
If you are not willing to trust my
judgment and the experience of such
men as Prof. H. E. Stockbridge, Dr.
Inman, F. E. Perkins, Mr. Wardell,
Wm. Lisle and Mr. Gaitskill, try a
very small area yourself and watch
To successfully raise cassava you
must select a dry, sandy soil. Cas-
sava does not like wet feet. Break
the soil well in February and harrow
carefully in early March. Have the
soil nicely prepared. With a straight
shovel plow mark off rows four feet
apart each way. Having eut the cas-
sava seed or stems about four inches
long, drop two pieces in each cross or
check, and let the boy who drops it
step on it so as to bring it in closer
contact with the soil. Cover with
two furrows with a shovel plow, and
just before the young shoots appear
run over the rows with a roller or
Immediately after the young shoots
appear the field may be plowed as
deeply as you like, hut all after culti-
vation must be as shallow as possible,
the broad, flat cotton sweep, suffi-
ciently broad to clear a row with two
furrows is the best implement for this
purpose. Plow in both directions,
alternating. This will save hoe
work. Cultivate sufficiently often to

prevent a start of grass and weeds till
about the first of August, then leave
it alone.

You may begin to use the roots for
feeding by October 1st, and continue
throughout the winter. The roots
should be taken from the ground
only as needed for use, as they do not
do well if kept for more than a week.
Think of the thousands of dollars
which might and ought to be saved
to the mill and turpentine operators
by this process, and think of the ben-
efits which should and will accrue to
our home farms when we learn to use
the nutritious forage they can pro-
Try it, gentlemen, and be con-
With heat wishes for your success.
A. and I. Agt. Plant System.

Blotches and excrescences, which so
often annoy people, are simply eflfrts
of nature to throw off impediments
to' the proper performance of her
dutires. Herbine will aid and assist
nature in her work, and ensure a skin
clear and beautiful, entirely free from

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Disfigured SJ
Wasted mausces and dmg13 ba
What hvoe I
scrola et alone, t enable of all that.
and moM
It is wromonlyl marked by bunches In
the netk, uaanmotls in the ees, dys
er" eatrrh, aOd ral debility.
t ais3ysa cayand pernametlY
cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Which expels all humors, 'vres all erop-
t'aon. and buOlds a the whole system
whether younger or
-!i.-i ls t uriliver cIll: N o LRitt-t _tb sand
oI;y cathrtle to tak -v* -io d i-sfUk-

Wreek *e the Pleat Syatem.
A wreck oecord on the Pleat Byp
ter yesterday at M taU e, a few
miles south of Oeas. A colored
brakeman was badly though not dan-
gerously wounded. One ear Jmped
the track which cased the demoli-
ment of several others. A car
struck the warehouse and completely
demolished it. The wreck caused a
delay of several hours to the mail
Don' t Lot Them Ssr.
Often children are tortured with
itching and burning eczema and other
skin diseases but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve heals the raw sores, expels infam
nation, leaves the skin without a sar.
Clean, fiagrant,icheap, there's no salve
on earth as good. Try it. Core gaur-
anteed. Only 25c at Garrett Gerig's.
Friday material for Sebo gtre

Mr. Edwin V. Paxton. who has
been in Florida for the past sveal
weeks, contracting for and, gravel
and other material for eontrnt work
in Cuba, left for New York ou the last
sailing of Mallory Lnes, en route to
"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and took
a running off of the bowel and dcek.
nes 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 iu a teaspoonful of water
and begot better at once." Sold by
Anti-Monopoly Drue Store. 1
Annual aeampment 9 .. A. lere-
load, 0., Sep 1-4.

The Plant System have announced
very low 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
there, from September 10 to4. Tick-
ets will be sold on September 7, 8,9, 10
and 11 with final return limit Sep-
tember 16, but by depoeitilg the ticket
with the joint agent at Cleveland, on
or before September 16, anl on pay-
ment of the fee of fifty cents, an ex-
tension of the return limit up to, and
including Octber 8, may be secured.
The rate from Jacksonville will be
$26.00, and proportionately low rates
which is less than one fare for the
round trip, will be made from other
points. See ageLts or write F. M.
Jolly, division passenger agent, Jack-
ounville. B. W. Wrenn, passenger
traffle manager, Savannah.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one
of the penalties for violating this law
i1 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 '6 cents. For sale by An-
ti- Monopoly Drug Store. m
To Tampa snd Retara $2.
The Plant System will operate its
hi-monthly excursion to Tampa on
Monday, August 12, and will sell tick-
ets for all trains on that day, from
Jacksonville, High Springs, Gaines.
ville, and points south thereof. Train
will leave Ocala at 3:25 p. m., and the
rate $2; tickets limited to return until
and including Aug. 15. Tickets can
be obtained from Miss J. C. Maughs
or Albert (erig, ticket agents. For
information apply to B. F. Watts,
traveling agent, F. M. Jolly, division
passenger agent, Jacksonville, B. W.
Wrenin, p-msenger manager, Savan.
Mr. Daniel Ban:z, Otterville, Ia.,
Pays: "Have had asthma and a very
had cough for years, lut could get no
relief from the doctors and medicines
I tried, until 1 to.,k Foley's Honey
and Tar. It gave immediate relief,
and done me more good than all the
other remedies combined. Anti-Mo-
noploly Druz Store. m
Dissolution eotice.

lWe vsews

always bring high price

To raise them success-

fully, a fertilizer con-

taihing at least "

Potash should be used.

Our books furnish muefl f5aramatin *
all submt let ag to
crop raising. TWy a CY
Im sent fice. ItR

A oood Fe"nisk

Means comfort, pea ae a hlsth
The blood ean't e sirena tlheug
poor feet cramped ad plned Im,
tight hoes or shoea of m ural
shape. The fbet slr from earsm &d
bunions, ard the dlegq h etHrtis a
afseets the estre health.
We sell shoes that are s-ped like
the human foot, but yet whirh retal.
an air of elegance and syle. O'e,-
fortable shoes are net eesmwily Nty
--not so at all, if y come here.

South side of tbesquar,. (Mais, VFl



As made here is pure. eles, whole
some and nourlshlmt. We hvo bui
up a reputation on te qle0 y ,1 er

And we take parteular eare that mr4h-
ing shall detract from it. Th best
flour,l ppred by skillifl beads I,
clean, wI ventilated nr e ad -p
feetly baked In modern nvew 0Jv
outor ers bed u-alsed a
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Te C4. 0. 0. soot with MomMkloumer
Harris Weimaday evvelug.
A dueuhbrr was tren to Mr. mad
Mr nib I.. .wa rds oaIt Monday
Miam U~rl Meow returned Tuemlay
a j,,ga-o rt vvit is. friend Wii Jaitk-

4 aw.. T. It. J~phi-nIMn audtifeat will
;Pavo fC me O W Idte uljabur Sipriunr
f~t itsfek.
Mr Tom kikars.for1104 Hor atnation,
ii th t (Vns4t, was a sa it4W to
4 Dalm Temilay.
P. Neft tdkv Drug Store
Mr. Eme r yI esi bIt syes-
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Mr. 41110M JONOKS of' umal city,

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On AsiIN a& h ,of ad uIs,
to V~id~f dwNk=Neere"at eir.4

Me& (se.Abeee hsM-I -I ftam
Ot" Mr. A e, Ineeut of
bid U hin, WO mmain mewe time

Ki m GUSst aMrrania, local
e.fter of Wiseppew,, bvisiting herI
f". H im sr-ift H. T. ASring-I
or. as
Mr. W. IP. alesi the Owel bow,
boo r. itmw Isi d isuk a 2 boot well
I.or.1"4 pmof r I is the western pant
nook Maammy.
Mr. Authr md Kim lam Grmy
sae dte D. D a mM dedlghtitol e-
sre sst at tbhei home em (Ockla-
we"a avemue las" Met&y evening.

r j. Kats, of I ats40olen Hat
4 .mPamy. JA itswll#k, w among
tisie .Pbem venSm to krala yevtet*
da He Is buirldig up a flne trade
ii, Ihis fw baimem
Mr It oIMrt rmst has moved fom
t)# MN e IBmk Inei, the stm recent-
i% .4upfrd ivy c'hark% l%"yuer. mud is
lang it ftrn AneW to ceiling with a
?a.3t I~lE'U implar flf gbhI~rrI~i.\
a'sr I a * sUmmerl ouitaif atluuug
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sraIl (,th th*~ *m~i. tItx.I~U ~lieL

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its@, m.4Astwo- h-imae- at Jae-k-Attivaile.
l% iea-w-11 eitvll"s'tusI mllI ii ~.gkili
04~H1144'r. soMrp F.IR. 4sry. Mr*.I

KA-111r mt .MIA.- it isir C.011aWqIlt.4t11,
p* f.-It as a mso-gal 811.1Iahilsotitlinric

Whet* the dsqematkin s- gtod. and
kow gweesd so- wes" @f thmes. system In aa
kw.)ithy stame'.werwomm nfind Do halt-
atgja We hiumba body. Whito's
Vin '4Pmiftw 1144oly destroys4
e wt 'WmbtA emwts Uall dersafge-
4am the dig~estve Organ.. Pricfs
.0. AUS1A.M'.PONdYDMug K4'e. Nm
A .d4 yhssd the .rntablhmefft of

miUsr *ainat.

The weork of eark' last reaper has
hee qfte ee U dura the past
week ad has vIted the oms of
he rks ad ate poor.
M La.I. Mst, wife ofOeala'
leing merehat,died at her home in
Now Yek lat Friday. bSe had been
stak hr early a year and was sxty
yeanom Sm was burled ia Oeen-
weed ceeery. Hs friend here
smatwpehse with the husband in bis

Last Haturday morning the sad
news of the death of Mrs. Ward, at
her home in Marion, Ark., was re-
ceived in this city by her sons,
Memss. J.. Neely, Clarence Neely
and Iee Neely. Mrs. Ward spent last
winter in Ocala with her son, Mr.
Jesse Neely, and by her charming
personality made many friends here.

Mrs. J. A. Butler, living on the
outskirts of our city in the Lanier
cottage, was called to her final reward
last Friday and her remains were in-
terred In the old cemetery Saturday.
Sbe was an industrious woman, a good
and loving wife, and a meet devoted
and afctiomate mother. She was 80
yea of age and had been for a
ember of years an exemplary
member of the Baptist church
and made the "olden rule" the ahart
amd comps of her life. She leaves a
hham-' and niae Mses to meurn her

On 8turday Mrs. William IDave.
port ded ad was buried in theold
emestry. The deceased was born in
Ceshre Eng., sitythree years
ago, and with her husband led rather
a remarab life, having lived la
agbem Brasl, Veneszela, and other
bath Amercan stters, and some of
the *West India lands, and several
ates of the United tates. She had
seven smm five of whom were born
under different flags.
The family has been quite unfortu-
nate in the last year. One of the sons,
Harry, a very bright lad, died last
summer, and Mr. Davenport was laid
to rest about six months ago. The
family is In great distress and is being
kindly looked after by the good peo-
ple of the community. The sweetest
charity is to look after the fatherless
and the motherless.

Our whole community was inex-
presibly saddened yesterday after-
noon at the unexpected announce-
ment of the death of little Delacy
Smith-or "Dada", the title by
which she was affectionately known.
The little one was taken sick Sun-
day though was well enough on Tues-
day to witness the ball game.
"Dada" was nine years of age
and was a bright, sweet, sunny-tem-
iered child, the idol of the home, and
her death is a great blow to her pa-
May Go(;, who muercifully tempers
tile windl ta the horn latlm, bind
tlit-ir bruitle and Ihedilng hearts and
int|.ire them with faith, and patience,
and fortitu.he to await the fulfillment
of His mysteries:
* ... ,' .n.- ':k' :: I 'l p rt- and white unfold.
'W r ,:u-t nt ,tar the tc'ce- hilt icav&'saTart.
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Stall Marion be Represented at the
State Fair?
The .tate fair speakers addressed a
re*pr..tsntative as.semnllage of farmer,
atIl Ilwiiult's nlieln in the court house
Monday morning.
('ap't. Jhlti H. Stevens, industrial
asenlt of thie Plant System, was the

tirst Tpeaker. He thought it was im-
iortant for Florida to hold a state
lair. Because there is a very general
impre-'ion abroad that it is not an
agricultural state. That the letters he
te.ivet, daily are quite amusing: for
instance, one prospective settler would
ask if it were pIowible to raise chick-
entr i Florida: another, if it were
iwasille to raise cows and make milk
and butter: another, if grass can be
suce'-esfully grown, and hogs and
hornes profitably raised. He said it
wasu Iportant that a state fair be
held to let the world know that these
things are not only possible, but that
they can probably be done more sue-
temfully in Florida than in any other'
state In the Union. He said he also
received letters wanting to know if
we had yellow fever in Florida all the
year round, and if the disease was

late; that she had aptand d now
hoMlds prtIs for the bet exhibits
in former ate fm, a d her people
hoMdd r thiir tumpsl ad eapm
the rst prm fr the bwt county ex.
hibit atte JaekmavUTl ste far this
Maor George P. Beaty, of Volla,
rws next iatroduoed. He s man r
of the fair, and mid that Marve's
pride shold be stimulated, became it
bI almost a Marion emnty Instea of
a stte Mair; that the prudent of the
State Pair Aenolaton a Marion
county man; that its treasurer Is a
Marion county man, and that two
members of the board of directors are
Marion county men; that one acre of
Marion county soil is worth fifteen
acres of Volusia county soil, where he
hails from, and that Marion county
only needs the effort to capture the
biggest prizes, and add to the laurels
she already wears; that there is no
question as to the success of the fair.
Enough exhibits have already been
promised and space asked for to make
it a success. He said the primary ob-
ject of the fair is for the benefit of the
Florida farmer-to let him know what
his neighbor is doing, what things he
is producing, and at what cost. As he
progressed l his speech he warmed
up to his subject, became eloquent and
enthuiastIe, and mat down amid gen-
erms and prokloged applaoeu
Mr. 8. .& Galskll, V Meltosh,
made a most pracical ad intemeting
talk. He id that thepr at drouth
and severe weather in other stat
would be of benedt to Flornda and
wouldope the eye of the people i
search of a place where they cam make
a living without working twelve
moeth in the year,and in a atenot
sueeptible to drouth and other
weather calamtes. He said that he
had lived nla Reatuky, Maryland and
other states, and was speak as a
practical warmer to practical rmers;
it is his opinion that Florlda is the best
agricultural state in the Union; that
hogs, horses and cattle can be raised
here cheaper, and these things can be
demonstrated, and will be demon-
strated, at our state fair. Mr. Gaits-
kill appealed to the pride of Marion
county to make a creditable exhibit at
the approaching state fair, and hold
fast to the honors she has already
won, and capture yet greater ones.
Hon. H. W. Long, of Martel,
made a short but fervid address. He
said the state fair movement had his
hearty endorsement; that It is held at
an opportune time, and he believes it
will be of great benefit to the state;
that its promoters deserve the thanks
of the whole people of Florida.
Mr. Herbert A. Ford, president of
the Occla board ot trade, acted as mas-
ter of ceremonies and said the board
of trade would co-operate with the
the county commissioners ana see
that Marion county is creditably rep-
It is believed that Marion county
will make an exhibit that will be a
revelation to the other counties of the

This has been a "sporty" week in
Omaa and especially in baseball cir-

On Tuesday the Ocals nine meas-
ured strength with the St. Anugstie
nine and met ts irt real defeat.
The St. Augustine boys amre a
peers, bu t t is confdeatly believed
that the Oeala team wi retrieve the
laurels t los when it shall crss bats
with the t. Augustine club in the
Ancient City on the 16th.
On Wednesday morning the mem.
bers of the dt. A ugutine nine celebrat
ed their victory by parading thestreets
behind a brass band, with brooms
hoisted and streamers floating in the
air, and gave the town a gorgeous and
mellow coloring.
The Ocala boys enjoyed the demon-
stration because they saw in the St.
Augustine's appreciation of their vic-
tory a compliment to themselves.
If the visitors had taken their vic-
tory as a matter-of-course and made
no ado about it, the Ocala boys would
have felt bad indeed.
On Wednesday afternoon a game
was played between the St. Augustine
and Ocala colored team, but the St.
Augustine team was so completely
out-classed that the game soon lagged
and became uninteresting. The sore
in favor of Ocala was out of eight.
Yesterday afternoon the Ocala home
team (white) crossed bat with the
Ft Whites and walked around them
m an easy, rag time manner, atthe
rate of 17 to & Thatjwas the sore
notwithstanding the s that the Ft.
White tem borope Dugan, the
Jacksonvle pther, who pithed hr
the Oanesville team the afternoon
before and nearly hut out the Fort
To-morrow afternoon the Ocala and
Orlando teams will be pitted against
each other and it is believed will be
the most exeltingame of the season.
After this week the Oala boys will
play at St. Augustine, Clearwater and
other places.

Steps the Ceght sad Werks OS the
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day.sNo cure, no
pay. Price 25 cents, t
From these Oal ivealag Star of
W" I. April lst,'elo. .*gos ;-
"We are indepted to Mr. George
Close for the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the most successful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is prosperous."
Mr. Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
had 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. 7-12tf
Prescriptions-Postoffice Drug Store.

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Having now taken the management
of our stove wood businm ourselves,
we name thesehedule of rates below-
Oneco:d (xa cubic feet packed, or m le al
feet thrown in) S3.oo.
One load, thrown in (65 cubic feet) a$09
One ladpcked in 65 cubic feet) Siao.
Delivered in town. Cash on delivery.
Parties owning a team, wishiug wood fr tdr
own use. can get it at the fatory at the rate of
$1.75 per cord, or I cent per.cuble foot, loae. or
i cents per cubic foot, packed by the load.
Orders can be placed at our ofilee by
'Phone No. 8, or by mail, Box 727.
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lAflE IAX3S, EMtor.

Justice Carter is about to retire
from the supreme bench.
Tilhlan is doing some mighty
plain talk up in Wisconsin.
Mr. Nation refuses to be comforted
--she likewise refutes to be pardoned.
Wallace Stovall, of the Tampa Tri-
bune, m off on a vacation. He might
incidentally drop in on Estill and get
some gubernatorial pointers.
Notwithstanding the oil finds in
Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, and the
splendid surface indications in Flor-
id, standard oil is still quoted at 770
to 77.
The humorous story of Bryan as it
appears l a French newspaper is
imply a ample of Max Adler's hu-
mr. It wa quite popular twenty-
Ave yearsago.
"' w 4 a -Oklahoma tswa, unlike
a* hbuiftin omefday. Itopopula-
i Ida M i" mmM md be&
i* te-n ~' brhuande. Of eomeM
&sPa- per Mas mwof bt adjuncts.
I r A mm ir and
three --etmoI grlti ot de.
'M11bwith the rpIfty at the Ala-
- a m Gi d jegL Jlet, the court's
. Uffoght to be caught up with
is abset six meat.
a-tor Mallory has announced
hssf a candidate for re-election to
the United states senate, and he pro-
pse to make a thorough canvass of
the ae before the primaries are held
next simmer.
If Etill should be made governor
of Georgi it may give a political
boom to the editorial profemion, and
Wallace 8teaol, Editor Carter or Edi-
to Wilso may be placed in the ex-
ecutiv chair at Tallahassee.
Geeore ugene Bryon has begun
the publication of a trade paper in
Havana, the title of which is the Ha-
vama s iar. We hope it will prove a
roalMe Invtment.
P-mcola Is fortunate in poMseing
tha able writer, Mr. '8. B. Rum,
among her splendid press advocates.
Mr. Bm, at his bet, has no superiors
amd few pers among the newspaper
writes of the outh.-Bartow Cour-
United States Senator James K.
Jess, who rently addressed the
people of Arkaneas on the issues of
the day, said he expected the next
present to be a democrat, and while
he would cheerfully pport Hill or
any other man whom the democrats
might nominate his present opinion
is that the party might display wis-
dom in selecting some now obscure
Jurist or discreet business man, whose
record is faultless, whose democracy
is consstent, and in whose integrity
all classes have an abiding confidence.
In response to a question as to when
the national committee would next
meet, Jones said it was not likely a
meeting would be held before Feb. 22,

For a woman's happiness in theo Mrried
state depends less, as a rUle, upon the
man she is to marry than upon her own
health. The woman whoenters upon
marriage suffering from womanly weak-
ness. s heaping up trouble against the
day of trouble."
Weak woman are made strong and
tck women are made well by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is
the one reliable regulator. It dries en-
fecling drains, heals inflammation and
ulceration andI cures female weakness.
It nour ishfl' the nerves and invigorates
th,. .-nt;ir- wonln!lvy organism. It makes


One of the mildest and best ronsid-
ered criticisms upon some recent ut-
terances of the editor of this paper
appeared in the last issue of the Starke
The Telegraph is of the opinion that
the Ocala Banner has failed utterly to
answer its critics and is attempting
to side track the main issue so as to
more easily defend itself from the
lesser attacks.
For instance, it says, not a single
Florida newspaper, so far as it has
seen, criticised the Ocala Banner for
writing up Mr. Flagler's enterprises.
Let's see how that is.
We do not keep a file of our state
exchanges so cannot reproduce the
earlier articles.
The following is in line with them,
however, and is from a recent issue of
the Monticello Constitution and was
reprinted in'many of the other papers.
The extract given will show the trend
of the article:
Editor Frank Harriis s ti whooping up the
different institutions of Flaler, etc.
The Telegraph says that what seems
to have "Jarred" the press gang was
Editor Harris defense of the divorce
law, his readiness to support Mr. Flag
ler for United states Senator, and
finally his announcement, by author-
ity, that Mr. Fiagbr would not bea
SWhat the Oeals Banner said con-
cerning Mr. lagler's polietal aspira-
tions was in repose to an article ap-
pearing inl the Pensaoola Journal in
which that paper raised the question
as to the complexion of his politics.
The Ocala Banner said it was a long
gap from IBryan to McLauren, and
both claimed to be democrats; that if
Mr. Flagler wanted to it would be an
easy matter for him to find a place
somewhere in its ranks.
It closed the article that seems to
have "jarred" the press gang so vio-
lently, andiput it so out of sorts, as
Knowing nothing to the contrary, and aside
from any aspirations he may or may not
have for becoming a United States Senator from
the stateof his adoption, we hope it is true that
Mr. Flagier is a democrat.
The Ocala Banner would like to see every
good man a democrat, and especially one who
has done so much for the material splendor of I
Florida as has Henry M. Plagler.
Wishing it possible for one to be a
democrat, we submit, is not showing
a madiness and anxiety to support
him for an office.
And surely it is not a crime for an
enterprising newspaper to announce
delnitelyland with authority that as
prominent and easily approachable a
man as Mr. Flagler did not take up
his residence in Florida for the pur-
poe of becoming a United States
Senator and that he has no such as--
It would be no political sin for the
most ultra democratic newspaper in
the United States even to interview
Hon. Marcus A. Hanna as to his pres-
idential aspirations.
The matter of divorce has not yet

become a question of party politics in
Florida and the Ocala Banner stands
to-day on that subject where it has
stood for many years.
If he is honest, sincere and con-
scientious, surely an editor of a repu-
table newspaper ought to he allowed
to holdl and express an opinion even
on so delicate a subject as divorce and
not have his motives impugned nor his
politics questioned, and this regardless
of the fact whether he be:on the ram-
parts among millionaires or down in
the barricades wi:h the common peo-
To-day and for as many years as the
editor of this paper can remember di-
vorce notices have regularly appeared
in the various weekly and daily news-
papers of thelstate alleging other than
scriptural reasons for annulling the
marriage contract and yet said pro-
ceedings have;produced no word of ad-
verse criticism until now.
Is it the principle at issue or a cer-
tain beneficary that has awakened

Would Have Cost Nim Mis Life.
Oscar Bowman. Lebanon, Mo,
writes: "I have been using Foley's
Kidney Cure and take great pleasure
in stating it gave me permanent cure
of kidney disease which certainly
would have cost me my life." Take
none but Foley's. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store, m
The Whirligig of Time.
In a recent review of "New Eng-
land statesmen," it is boldly asserted
by Mr. H. B. Simpson, a New Eng-
Ilander, that the distinctive states-
men of the east have signally failed
in that struggle with the men of the
south, despite Appomattox-that they
selfishly forged the weapon for the
overthrow of their section,and that the
fruits of this mistaken policy are now
clearly seen in the harvest. In their,
tariff they have transferred the coal
and iron industry to other states by
cutting themselves oft from the Nova
Scotia product; in their war on slav-
ery they compelled the south to change
from agriculture to manifactures,
which has lost them the cotton mills,
and they are now left to mourn the
loss of the ships they tried to monop-
olize by prohibiting the purchase of
foreign built vessels, which could
have saved them after losing the fouu-
dries and machine shops, which can
alone produce modern ocean steamers.
You Know What You Are faking
When you take trove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tast' less form. No cure, no
pay. 50c.
A Primary Election Suggested for the
Selection of a Judge.
The Citrus County Chronicle thinks
that the selection of a judge of this
circuit should not be left entirely to a
handful of lawyers, and is important
enough to be left to the whole body of
the people, and suggests the holding of
a primary election. The Brooksville
Star endorses te chronicle's s sugges-
tion. It occurs to us that others than
the lawyers are interested in the se-
The action of the democrats of Ohio
should not demoralize the democrats
all over the whole country and make
the democrats of Florida forgetful of
their last state platform and its pledg-

For Whooping Cough.
"Both my children were taken with
whooping 'oughl," writes Mrs. E. 0.
Dutton, of Danville, Ill. A small
bottle of Foley'.- Hioney and Tar cired
the cough and saved tie a doctors bill."
Anti-Mon opoly ruzn Store. rn
Declines the Honor Because his

The S-Tee -Te a of Promise."
The following ecqueent welcome to
to a northern delegation is attributed
to Colonel B. W. Wrenn of the Plant
System. It was spoken some years
ago at Chattanooga and is more ap-
propos now than then.
Colonel Wrenn must have been
possessed somewhat of the feelings
that inspired Moses when he climt wd
up to the top of Pisgah's heights and
beheld the "promised land."
Facing the memorable heights (of
Missionary ridge, Colonel Wrenn said:
"You are standing, gentlemen,
at this moment in the gateway that
leads to the south. The -vealth that
is there, no longer hidden from human
eyes, flashes in your faces. You can
smell the roses of a new hope that till
the air. You can hear the heart-
beats of progress that come as on the
wings of heaven. You can reach
forth your hands and almost clutch
the gold that the sun rains down with
his beams, as he takes his daily jour-
ney between the coal mine and the
cotton field, the highlands of wood
and iron, of marble and granite; the
lowlands of tobacco, of sugar and rice,
of corn and kine, of wine, milk and
"The south is not sitting in the lap
of sorrow and weeping unavailing
tears;tbhe is not, like Lot's wife, cast-
ing behind her lingering glances of
useless regret at the misfortunes of war
that overwhelmed her at Appomattox;
she hae girded up her loins, pulled
herself together and with her face well
to the fret, she i looking hopefully
to the future and mabhing into the
century now dawning with the muIic
of busy Industry sounding in beg ears.
"Theb south today, gentlemen, is
freer and better equipped for the race
that leadS to fame and happiness and
pmeperity than ever before.
"In her nostrils is a new- breath; on
her forehead falls the light of a new
moon; upon her chastened brow hope
is sitting like a sunburst of glory and a
gorgeous rainbow of beauty and of

IAMlER SALVE ie the reat eler.

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store


[Branich of C om trcial Bank, Jacsonoville.]

CAPITAL $50,000

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Indivldual solkelted.
Prompt Attention to all Buoinem Eatr tod to or Car.
Exebange Boolbt and Sold.


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To grow strong. Unless we get
good meat we may as well let
it alone. There Is no stregtn
in tough meat-instead of giv-
ing, t takes strength to digest
it. It pays to be careful in
buying meat-he sure to et
the best-tender and choice.
Pay a little more if need be and
put something in your etomarb
which will put flesh t, yeur
bones and strong blood in y.ur

ftalt2 S an 4 City Market, @eal, IWs.

Reliable Garden-Am AWif sncMU
II aIsIull O mans*4I IaIaIoII
S Refugss ad hws a Manidu Seed
ermios oatsee.1.s5 m Go 'sas .

SMaker Tommeses se.. etc.
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Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


From recent Imp )rtations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lam,
Dash Pnrnce3, King \Vantage. Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Write us,

W. D. MORTON, Mgr.




Gainesville -nd Ocala. Fla.


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in Health.

I, *ACK.CHE-lm bao-rbeu-
fumameles-tired out ce g-
all indicate disorder a the
S kd No hope of ood
Shebalth while your kidney
are wrong. They are the strainers of
the blood and must be kept right if
you're to have health.
ota.s U*Y Cu s g aratmed to
hate- the kid lh-to pet them ia per-
sect bekb. o ru o isk. It's gear-
arted. By a botle to-ay d you'rese

a Mse caee of kM disease and thre of the
me Ib wasIgpwema ,t idd ry
Foley'rsKideure mThert bottle pit
in e trlf and three botti cured we
recommed this -
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li-4u4W. wineand beer iu electiou dia- No. I were fled by J. F. Edwards,
4'srnailhae-l A $ ',u & 'C., C. P. NctGrth
k 4 .'141a! .oID u 1.!'14 Mallmy: HamII iln
diotrieinNos. N4 y W. H. Stedotiots.
4 uricve trati-A anid ollandbwurlih &
(irigat.. Or-leren that notict-s of such
appleamtit-.. be pibIlihied at roqluire-1
t 4* lA W --:Iv 1I 3116i-IVUS t h 011-il
*-I'vJ at c~ Iext file eting.i c')\~tl
o.r paii n-11 '..l..u.lin t-rossinar
Ili- 414ki-walm, river at Shvirlw's ferry,
r.-'.-rrcl it s ecunity att''rtmvV.
A cm'ImaWUicai~atiomi frzumi the stituter
" *I 'nt 4'Il In i-si. Biker askiug a baidI for
hire of that eootaimtv a '.'nviv*s wa. read
and the clotrk weas dirtutedi ts' iotifyv
maial t)..artt that this board doesnot
wis.b t. hire aniy e' uvivt.
W. E. Allen Iv-udtred his re-igma-
1)i, a- eoiummjihiqotter toooItellett eliteliit
1.'r tate, fair, wlhi wli-a .4c-eeted.
:*tio- twourd adj.;u*mitiluntil rTmes-
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Board tet. All members present.
It was ordered that each commis-
.lmtner'. district e constituted a cattle
district, and tlhe following inspectors
were appointed to inspect the marks
and brands of cattle shipped or driven
out of the county from such districts:
N1,. I, John Pasteur; No. 2, A. J. Tur-
ner: No. 3, J. B. Branch: No. 4, J. W.
lteynold. No. 5, Chac. Turner.
Rules and regulations for the preser-
vation and accounting for of tools and
other county property in the hands of
road oversees were adopted. [See
official record in clerk's office.]
Where, The ferry at Stokes' ferry
ii acrom a river which forms a divid-
nag line between Marion and Citrus
counties, and the county of Marion
ha for a number of years kept and
maintained a free ferry at said point,
the county of Citrus refusing to pay
any part of the costs; therefore be it
i:',oid, That the ferryman at
Stokes' ferry be directed to charge all
pwerwAn, not citizens of Marion county
crtmiug at said ferry the regular toll
or ferriage established for said ferry,
and to rewort to the board on the first
of each ni< uth t':e amount of uch
I'lUon recoImmtlendatit'oi of the corm-
it tee it warsrdered that Fred, Jamilt
and LAo IDavetloi(rt. orphan children,
I.e admitted to the poor farm.
I. was ordered I that Amanda IMc(.ee
Iw allowed $2 (per mouth for care of
Joh111n 'rdlaw, .sul'ject to fits.
(laim of (ordon & Davis was laid
over until next meeting.
It was ordered that J. L. Hinton,
ferryman at Sharpe's ferry, te cited to
appear before the tbard at its next
meeting to show eause why proceed-
lng, should not ie instituted against
him for neglect of duty.
Petition to macadamize the Silver
Spring and Eureka road from Silver
Spring, to what is known as the edge
of the flatwoods, was granted.
Petition toehange the rtilver Springs.
and (Grahamville road to run as. fol-
lw. w: oinumen turt-, ,wouth at Silver Sprilit, and run
.north Ione btlohk. themnce west to cross
Florbt' branch at prt-sent crossing.
thben.e along prte ent road to point
ne fourth mile Ie3ond seven-mile
wwt. thence west to intersect present
road ,one-fourih mile fro m croasing at
(irahamville, was laid over until next
Applltcations of Mrs. Martha C. acd I. P. Stevens for ipetiion
from ,-tate were approved.
Sheriff P. H. Nugent submitted the
following propnosti'ol,, which was ac-
k,.aTd f C outanty Coa:n-.; Iner. lMar:on Co:
"(;ENTLIEMEN :-The foliwing prolp.

.oiition as to feed of pri-oners is re-
lspetfully submitted to you :
"I offer to feed all county convict*
in juil or at camp onl road for 2-5 cents
per day lwr prisoner, the county fur-
nipshing itook at any cniap, and said
c<((ik Inot to Ita put in feed mill at all.
'All other plrisoniers to le fted at rate
iprovidted by law. RH ectfully,
"I'. iH. Ni *,:NT, sheritff
*-Augu-t f, iPoll.
".1 campliniiippaiige tie furni-shed
*\- ,'ility.
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A liabster's Seed Work.
"I had a severe attack of
colic, got a bottle of Chamnberlaitn'
Colic, Cholera and Diahrreea R n teday.
took twodosesand was entirely cured."
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
Kan. "My neighbor across the-t reet
was sick for over a week, had two or
three bottles of a nli.i;ae from the
doctor. He used them for three or
four days without relief, then called
in another doctor who treated him
for some days and gave him no re-
lief, so discharged him. I went over
to see him the next morning. He
said his bowels were in a terrible fix,
that they had been running off so
ong that it was almost bloody flux.
I asked him if be had tried C(amber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and he said, 'No.' I went
home and brought him my bottle and
and gave him one dose; told him to
take another dose in fifteen or twenty
minutes if he did not find relief, I.ut
he took no more and was entirely
cured." For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. n,
The Nude in Art.

No higher ideal can be placed before
our boys and girls than the exanmlels
of physical perfection which the-.e
works of art offer us. Receive them
into 3our homes. Let them ad'.,rn
your walls and be the daily conpan-
ions of your boys,. and you will find
that the familiarity which the I.,ys
will gaining this way with nudity will
have robbed it of all its power to
tempt and to harm. This is the so-
lution, and the only solution, of the
o-called problem of nude art. There
i i ot :ing bid which shall not Ie
brought to light, and the mere sup-
pr ssion of nude art gives it more at-
tract ions. Forbidden fruit is always
sweetest, and just as travelers, in
countries where the people wear 1no
ecl'lhimn, come hack to tell us that
nildlity is niot nodthed after a short
-t:ay in lt.ose, just so the wide-
S'pre'ad Ipublication and exhibition of
lniude art will, in time, destroy what-
ever power it mn. now have to harm.

t'. '. 1. igaril. td tax eiiaiecir, ul'- .TileT i file' awill c viacu W hh 1140, Ic l Uie ill
iui!te'l la-t c if d.'ule-. em mci-, etc., eal) thiPioirof tlal frct tlaat the Subject is
re.el estate ion tax rtilli t Itoml w taich naked, baut wili sve ill the picture only
wa- rmlit~iit'tl awl a1r,..d. a gl'ri.mis hbumti bodyV iuall oif it.
Thlice miat ter omf nja~ekm uiimnii alimarojari- jI1ii -icul pieoereti as, Ie1ial its CPIrect
ataha for thl t:-ate :':r atjac-inaville wl: lie' its itl-irt ltie baehiolder to seek
a-a ti.ferrruci utitil i.-.xt mit-etini, ama.1 to lw like thfe ideal thus set biefoire
awl -t a ix I 'm t T-!s r jtb_-tjed him.,-Mr. (ow in il lPhysical I Clu I

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lr. Nt. t Ltmt L.f,'ruetraI4Imla t re.- I Ii iima i oumitterait- :.1
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ir. summer can be prevent --
Sy taking
Scott's Emulsion",
,ts3 beneficial i; summer a '
;" winter. If you r:-- :.r ;-
Srun downit will build you up.
( endmd f r fre s inim;,e.
SCOTT & HOI NE, thcrtni-.t
439-415 Pearl StCect, New y'rk a
a c. nd el.on; all druggist.

disbursements and loalaunc.- as fol-
countyy Proper-
Balance last relport............... : ;;
Receipts .......... .... ........ .. :;7 7"
S#,S 4 04
Disbursed ............................ 36;, T-
Balance in treasury................ 1 .,
Ilrad Fund-
Balance last report....... ........ 74 ,
Receipts.................. ... 9. 13
h 7:73 -21
Disbursed ............... ....... 4S2 53
Balance in treasury................. ., 68
Fine and Forfeiture Fund-
Balance last report.......... 5$
Receipts ................... ...... 31: 8 2
3 31:2 82
Disbursed .............................. 296 58
Overdrawn.. ................ I... 24
Building Fund-
Balance last report. ...........$15 SS
Receipts .. .. ................. l 3 61t
Balance $1625 49
Fines of justices of the peace were
reported as follows: E. 8. Smith, $20;
J. N. 8hedd, I10; T, D. Crawford, 65;
J.O. Turnipeed, $322; J. Lylet,
$15. The following justices reported
no fines: H. W. Douglass, M. H. Rou,
Alex. Wynne, W. W. Jackson, W. J.
Dodson, J. W. Coulter.
The board then adjourned until the
next regular meeting.
S. T. BSLTRUNK, Clet k.











Hubbard & Macduff,

Ocala, 9m

(Successor to Standley, Cranford & Co. )

Our Record
Since entering the Wagon and Har-
ness businew, nearly two years ago,
we have carried a larger and better
stock, made lower prices and given
better service than could be had else-
where in Central Florida. Our hun-
dreds of customers will tell 3ou of our
satisfactory dedlings, and we c-eire
to thank our trade for their liberai

Our Intentions.
Having control now of the eantr
I business, I intend to carry a till mo
complete aud varied stoek, ifduding
Snot only Buggiv-, Wanoln, Harei
;,and Saddl.ry, but all the auso#ate
and .upplelmental lines. I hee the
very best faciliites for buying and el-
in i, and will give my entire attention
to seuring the most misfactory t oods
and making the lowest pries. I will
at all times be able to sell jou better
roods at a given price than 3ou can
obtain elsewhere.

TO OUR OLD ('UCWOMER n: me solicit a cotinuustce of your
trade, which we promise to handle with more satisfaction than .-efofe; and
from those who have never IHuuhtt of us we ask a chance to do busino6s, fed-
ing that a trial purchase will mlean a co'.itinuance. To satisfy our customer
is our constant aim. W. A. STANDLET.



Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,



East Coast of Florida

Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the oema.
While it offers al the delights of the sea shore, it is only ten minnPew walk. or
five minutes by horse car, from thn orange rpves antd pa nliwmaded walks o*
the bauks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from their railroad Utatism,
being connected with it by hor.e-ear. Beautifalywsiesod a rive, grose o(C
lemon, orange, and rare tLrpi-,el fruits, aveDnueiof.tds and-paimei.
River, ocean, surf-hathing aud fine fi4hiug. The climate is delightful, and is
beneficial in cases of overwork or nel vlou4 prostration.
Will open about the first of June. but will he in a position to take eare of
guests after May 20th. Summer r4tes: $2 per day; 48 to $12 per week. A
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Fla.


(Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works)

R ,ugh and Finishing Lumber, Mantles

School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits. Kitchen Tables and Safes. Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
>,- Estimates promptly furnished.



Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


Prm,;::!t iand Satisfatclry v t.rvi,. As-.ured Everyone.

Monlezig'.aiia Block.

4kcabs. Fla

I :c I,, tf'! t`vctir jau. 16,;W1
-.N r l I~-,rtit UNitw Ynk a r.t! J-orids
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((hlcWgo Thete-Herald.)
When I was a lad with my stmr right arm
I pulled up weeds a my father's fram:
I I jwerd. I mwed. ad I mowed the hay
Au4 I Cted swU to the pis each day-
OB. I eaded the swill m souccesfalee
That mw tIm r ler of our gret maree!
As btmer hby I made sck a hit
That they at meto school, where I doe bet-
I karSd o m re d I learned towrite
Aad I ermd y hoard diotg chores at night-
1 de the cho so admirablee
Tht rm AAdmiral sow ia r gst avee!
I mane my m muc a pewerms same
1 1 a sa l eade I sMI om became;
: we rhfte uis ad I brmLed my hMir
Ad I -- ad he other haoy beate there--
oh. te e were throw a the sare e by me,
&a oe rmI esm o our gMret save.
I perlald myself tro tip to tip
And I cut a dah o our traiiug ship:
I eam -s toas ee ad I earned to bow
Amd I br3o a Mabot how to milk a cow-
I sfisot my elrmisg sothoronblee
Thlt aow I the hero of our great navee!
I grew so great that they picked me out
To battle up aad put the Ions to rout.
And I mashed their fleet on that glorious day.
Though I chanced t bh. a dozen miles away-
V's all their shipt were riddled by me-
I m the onlmv hrr.) in ,our *reat navet

%ow, 4wlk all. whot.% r vou mua be.
E'htre aret lint-..q t T11-1 'w3o- (lrdaw, you ceC:
t muft sdcL tro 'uiir gaits, you Must stay
I-. vtb Yuhav n 1t11-i: ivWt to Pres.unht. You
k nou
.4-t tand at a disti an(! admire nit.
T!,*- Wro-ati9t thing v: niavte

Lie ate-Sellum Times at Orange

The summer season is now in fu
sway at the Springs. Bathing is el
*leat, and improvements are beis
.- .e In the way of seats for spectator
of th water sports.
I. a, eorge, of Montbrook, is stol
pig t t. e Enclks House.
L. & av bcger and Euge
Mag 4 Kirkwood, are amon
the summer YVs
A party ftr Ilk ,ents, eonstlng (
C. Bes,. Lottie lit
am Ldta ,aube'" -o -
estlw heng Evegres Rk a
2U ftlwlbg party ^ i 8m a
there -pt Friay C thedr 'ag
Newts him. MissMeft "t
IMIew, Fk ide Moore, Jessir Wk
with W. K Waits, Misa Marie fk
ms, of MeMnopy, and T. J, MeMa
kim, of FeWandina, were also with
the paty. Tey had a pleaat day
eat aud VWIAet ed by moonlight
Mrs. Winfred Reynolds and three
ildren, of Fairfield, are occupying
apartments at the Globe Houe.
Dr.BP. Wilson and son, of Beddick,
were hee on Thurday. Dr. Wilson
delivered a lecture on anatomy and
phyItolgy, to the normal institute.
He usd a skeleton and made a very
cler exposition of the nervous sys-
TIe Methodist conference was held
hew on Wedneday, and a number of
rprnmentatives from the churches
wenr pCreet.
Rev. Mr. Hodges, of Citra, preached a
very toreful sermon, on Wednesday,
and the presiding elder, Rev. Mr.
Patternon, of Gainev-ille, conducted
the evening service.
The literary society held.a very in-
terating meeting on Friday night.
lwar of Oiatmsu tr taratarrh That
CQaatai Xenry,



as mercury will -urely destroy the
OsWene of Pmell ai;l completely derange
thie whole sVy.4teii wlihe entering it
throulig tile t tuio,- strrfaces. Such
rlticr"lel, houltli t-vrI Ie used except
,un lp criptim- fromti reputable phy-
-icelann. as the daita:te thIey will do is
tent ftold to thle goo't y.out can lloibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh

had ben engaged In a chatting affray.
Clifton was severely cat but it is
thought be will recover. He is Roberts
father-In 4aw.
M. N. Carter, of Eureka, has sold
hisstock of goods to A. W. Hinson,
of this plhce. This move leaves only
three stores at Eureka.
The Le ter Mill Company, of
Grove's Landing. commenced grading
Its new railroad to Silver springs tP
week. It will be several months be
fore the mill will start to work again.
Rev. H. C. Martin is maktag ar
rangemests to build a new dwelling
west of the church.
Miss Blanche Steves celebrated her
sixteenth birthday by Inviting all her
young friends to an ice cream supper
at the home of her parents.
8pice Wells cat his leg severely one
day lht week while cutting ypress
timber in the river swamp.
Wm. Finu, of Lima 0., obtained
excellent results from the use of
Foley's Kidney cure. "It relieved my
backache and severe pain over the
hips. It toned my system and gave
me new vim and energy. It is an
honestand reliable remedy, a sure cure
for all kidney diseases." Anti.Mono-
nopoly Drug Store. mn
Oriner Farm.
Special Correspondence ofthe Riaier.

There is to be a basket picnic at this
place on August 16, and all are cor-
dially invited to attend and bring
well filled baskets.
Miss Agnes Luffmann returned Sun-
day from Sparr where she has been
visiting relatives for a few weeks.
Mr. Hullum Jones is visiting his
sister at Palmetto for a month.
Our old-time neighbor and friend,
Mr. S. Crowley, of Apopka, was here
last week.
Mr. Warren Williams, of Daisy, is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Lee Priest,
a few days.
Mrs. B. H. Leitner has returned
home,after a short visit to Clear.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Luffmann spent
Sunday with their son, Mr. James
IAlffma ,n, at Sparr.
Mr. C. M. Murphey's little daugh-
ter, Edna, was kicked by a horse one
day last week, but was not seriously
Our Sunday school is steadily im-
'ving, but some of the boys still
lke *ogo "dear hunting." JI'DIE.
HerbL 'e ij well adopted to the cure
of fevere ft all kinds, because it thor.
aughly clesn 's the stomach and bow-
els of all bille' humor, and expels
all impure seen ions o the body.
Price 50 et.. A n.i-Monopoly Drug
Store. m

special Correspondence Ocala Banner,.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Geiger made a
lying trip to Gainesville last week.
Quite a number of Shiloh people
attended the picnic at Flemington
and report a jolly good tine.
Mesrs. Sam Neil :ad I' lntt'e
tree were pleasant caller. iri tl,- wett
end Sunday evening.
Mrs. W. W. Geiger tal ,i ren
left Tuesday for Fellowshii; where
she will spend two wtk-- with her
Master Allert Z%-.trouet lit- I'eU n
quite sick. 1 ( c.

A. H. Davir, Mt. Stcirim. I:I.. w' tee:
"I was troubled wilti kiit.y vor- i-
plaint for aulout two y-tar... lut twoi
one dollar bottle. of Fol~y'.- Kiti ey
Cure elected a :parniui;tte cur,.
Antit-Monopoly D-ut Store. :n
Movement of Citra People.

I'oure. n.nufa.s-ur', l.y F. .1. Cheney Mlr. and lMr.... S. 3Wyciott and
& Co.. Toh-''o. 'onttins no mer- children left for aIn extendlei trip
rury. atil is t.>kr internally, acting through Michigan and the west. They
dirhtly upm *"I-. I Ilootl and Ilmucos will visit the Pl':-Aierictn ion their
urfa.,- of tlf .y~se:l. In buying return.
Iall'-C'atsrrlh (' ai. ti, u .-ere you get J. F. H:arrison and E. I.. WartinalIn
the it-nuiit'. it i- takten internally are in O(alao:n usini's.
Silid made in Tole-ho. O(iii,, Iby F. J. Mrs. E. A. White and l,-v. 1. A.
4'lr.',t.-y A '. Te-tlinlt. ital free. Ho1igesleft Monday for White Srings,
,.. t.y lri'e T, l. |Itr lit- Mrs. White will continue her trip to
1.. Mont Eagle. where she will sptud the
lall'- ranlly l'i:!- art the Ibest. summer.
Spring Park on the Upgrade. liss M. E. E:rvi i s vi*i.ting Mrs S.
r.le.-n Pa ad daughter Glover is in Jacksonville for a few
11r.. Hlewn Wallhcave d dauigiter,
V... wIt:t.. i wh days, before going to the southern
\on liviiig with Mrs.
Walls."'* -,t -t New Decatur, Ala., chautauqua at Mont Eagle.
1n1ieI lNOt March. Have returned to the Capt. W. A. Shaw, who has been
Park. antid :re *1n-,i.iled in their own navigating the St. John's river for
homu,. the past thirty years, says that the
ix faimili- ,,f whlite I poplle and also cypress trees are dying. The foliage
",-me colored Itove6-.,! to Silver Springs is dead and as red as in the winter
last week. frtlo tlh, neighborhood o)f seaonll. Some parties thought they
Eureka. to ,ap-i-t i A tiuilding a large had been girdled and killed inten-
smnaillthat i- going to be elected at tionally, but there are no evidences
at ,onie. near the terminusof the H. A. of this method of destruction. The
I.. railroad. matter should be investigated.
'. soeatl dr ve from Gaiter to meet Preseyiptions-PostofficeDrg Store.
hi -wife. who hlasruleu on a visit toe Dr
tier gratndmolther. IMr. Mos, for the Plans have been completed for the
ia.t frew week- erection of a memorial ball at the
eCagWdiest Florida Seminary, now known
Fd oegod to lorPaisoa. ta o 'r t nel m r .m

If te Lettle *as Wmne Lk -
"It will probably startle a good
many persons to fid, on the author-
ity of a well known statstlelan,"
says the Medical Counsellor, an
American paper, "that, could the in-
fantsof a year be ranged n a line, in
cradles, the cradles would extend
round the globe. The aame writer
looks at the matter in a more pictur-
esque light. He imaines the babies
being carried past a given point In
their mothers' arms, one by one, and
the procesion being kept up night
and day until the last hour in the
twelve months had passed by. A sof-
ficlent liberal rate is allowed, but
even in the going pa at the rate of
twenty a minute, 1200 an hour during
the entire year, the reviewer at his
post would only have sen a sixth
part of the infantile best. In other
words, the babe that had to be car-
ried when the tramp began would be
able to walk when but a mere fraction
of its comrades had reached the re-
viewer's post, and when the year's
s8'pply of babies was drawing to a
close there would be a rearguard, not
of infants, but of romping six-year-
old boys and girls."
Lots of persons who talk a great
deal don't say anything-likewise
those who write frothily. But for
fear of being personal against our
neighbor across the way we'll not
The fashionable colors are tan and
I*e is colder in winter than in sum-
N. L. Reymoids.

One door north of city market. Will
pay the highest prices for aU kinds of
farm produce, such as vegetables,
poultry, eggs, etc. Give him a call. 82tf




Beckham & Co's

New Store



:L s I. Opp
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Wholesale and Retail

4roeqries, 4rai9


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

proU5 096



Canned fruits and Yjetables, "White BRoe" brad
Evaporated fruit; ,t, raisins, prnes, dats, fancy
crackers and canwd!, canned meat, fish and mlk,
Farrinaceous goods. etc. In a word, a COMPLETE
GROCERY STOCK, clean and esh. Just reeved
a car of "Harvest King," THE BET lour ever
brought here; in barrels and half barrel One hu.
dried cases Octagon Soap. Potash and Perliae.

My Prices are Always Low
Full Couns Dewt Weight, emapiag Melnurr aud
Prmpt Serrvie.

OCALA N. W. Cor. Square]


The plant Svstem



Via all rail


iS f.8

Via 8.8.

The Atlantic Coastline, via Charleston, Rich-
mond and Washington.

The Southern Railway, via Sa1,uanna, Colum-
bia and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Jesup, Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & Ashvillo
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Compmy
for New York, Philadelpia and Boston.

Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Tramp-
portation Company for Baltimore.

Key West and Havana.


M ler, t an 1!4' Molok (ValaeFla.


Roolni" and 3. Hood Bloch k Ocala. PA,
F.I;i C. C4G.


(iCA.A \

(l)-fict- in (.arv-Agii-w.l'loci,'

" .Ok..DA,

Via PortTampa and
The Peninsular and
Oceideathl 8tesmship

TNova Scotia and Prince Edwards Isa

Via Boston and the Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line.

For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations,etc., cai on or write to
F. I. JOLLY, Di. fPI. Agt., 5 West Bay IL. Iacafl, ia,
W. DIAE, Qe' Supt., 'B. W. WBFl, Pas. Traf pr.
SarvaIna, Ga, 9lmMa Og,

Geo. S. Hacker* Soo.

111i-I-.t-t Tii V 41dl.-4 F

S 4.

i ;.. i A.

a r~ir a Ban= adai ~~

asks@ 2 11m of the am ml Pa
oI tf FARM

of ,aorgtuoat bil J viz 3033 Wuai n~s
Pr~wWaraLzAD and bI AuSROLrUL 34 1
LKJU' ST RATulr PAnb M &11 loft
td is acounT ati? s MT d otheM40 w"^I
mix a by dooit. It is w mnow jwrso
At AZ T 9 04t. d u

mar To Cmaw. BuWa .P A Mo .
N. RAXlAFrPIAy..,ft Iamb, N.
UM and aaarntd by


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and JA CKA }.


~.4 tI.2 r~

', % %V NI. M F itR.
office in (Thry-A:new Block.





Do not ie deceived ly those who ad-
vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
$20.00. Thiskind ofa machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealer from 15.00to $18.00.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machines. The
wa--manwIM-A &A ..hlhiayd With. ^#6 -WM...

W'nd0 Rand Fancy Glass A Specialfl
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ard thereby save
Oceand wareroom, Ring opposite Cacnr



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TR~& OOALA~ 5~aNiUr, AUGUWI!%""""""" zw .t

oaaa mus mswmucyms

th. kamr4 at P 4 IARugtr.ct.r1 I:.
'b a a o ave.. '164JI 1% UIe t thl-
44% 1" 'togsIr ev-eha Lmth the folio'
I* IN- 10I6b4U 4a &Vtl
It k H4t I, a1 It I t Hu;

Of W1101 list ron ot fook
& 3ttl~g~ fY1~a a eo mi.ftifi anth
I~ Ii. hare-at PI fI o lawlrfflol uia
'be Of* lowsI the tirdert i that
'he a flo a nmst..g, 'if W A Wilke'raw
I Ifta 88. Inst lhh4; la 4. lt-h! A4
ottom* do a' Iat last m..q-tini
*d th. hruerel
W, I Sntmei -ri rgvaom apareed and
erobd l d? t istri hbp grated a .
.4 his Of h4I I11,1orbooul tiht: h1
-now #m i, '-lII @n.'t Irww m to f bUr
.0 0 or. lie a thI chble re n of shi
0* W ilruu 41 W ha the' F'.'14 o wi to
r~m husw e oegl4lM s,e h,~a *3e' wlHit. i
tabe t Ike ) 16,6,401, 'IieI he eboo
V*GO dl *iat. .1 ;',-aa% 4..t hv% Imeat DO
AwlINleft.'' Soling I*"alltwx gov fiv ulas sre
Tie a- a a aqqsi",gt el datel that tbre'
.4 heut. .10 ,91041 too 'Iy lftnepH-~. (M Wion-
,ltas %.ilo t In I maiti it aaaifpr
teob. '. f hwdb #
Y(. oibal :r uqr i i I%0 19'1
too pt ;04 14 ?wf .AI III ~ l.. Ia trin s

1'1.10 a14!0 111 at nnf

low A a-r~, ~( ~ instrY~cted
f. vg... f Mo *- th peial

.I. hit ot- 9. t .' uL)11 rA
ib&e feg f tnr ,ja.a. etssit _! 4 tt o .atal that
at. rv rqtrow..:.d I' ,tarn oo%#*r all
apo weu too hed toa tho aounai
t.i.-t"0 64d take- hi. g r- 4411,for lqb

A ammm ksalkm ea rcad from Mr.
tbinaMayo ofa Sa .milamcw asklig
'I 1h 111W ba!dswil 1the eho1
bgq at U mee*wrSd. mmd at what
psk The OW u lvateneu: Was In-
r-Um leso WNrWt*r r. Mayo that the
f tw M .e il toe homw. for $ lbo.
Yb. ee 04" of thea Ullrtew special
sa sc,-w deu*1hem. IN IPMAwMW S. 1001.
SAM cusma&*Ord with the followlia r
a"b t1 9 i k M Abahlemr sd J.
i wseoma h as B 1w re4 a majorItv
.4 all tbti 'e"es maswIt", re teclared
,4"If to1 treetest anod a majort % of the'
o~br .&a towig utn trav of a lh-
Ma~l 14'it "A li. eleearel 41u,1 1%. carte
Tb* -e 4 km its ai r*atv. a Specvial tal
aboe .#fit .9 41at tVtmw Farm w wal
e a.. .1 iitt the re-slmt deelartl 1-
Tt..t h ta matoel1? 41f the
I- ct tI fu 6 .1 404 4eit 4,wAat fnc
*~ta .t
eel .. -'a e -hj

Imnl J. 1. is. ''I I tv If IIgall% cal' r
of .

!a s 01 9 1 1 4 t 1 N a%," a,
)r ttr.too 1,9111ii-d .603to-to 611311,34r
ta fill a 1- 0 : f*o A9 e 1^ AIORmi '-Ajed
ko lot I. o eun t a -t the' sgAilItifon'a t 1-
.e0h4 *; -4ot l ag that the wiati
G iroopp t i i ot.% not n)* i tin i- er t a pa
r-etqw tb,o. waovtm the f.. ofeivooSiv- ro-as".d
1il' C1te bi andl Ioiaan V1iind achokol.
6"160 a1 %1 tie I; t, t 'ro iau, S water at
acheel oeaus. anl-I s wem. -mall re-pairs
tow twli Ue *e Vo fo ., ii Ap tht- towridi
booos .tee gle~l ri ?telotmialk. An% litairi'.
ftr i#e te tfo
4. the *-e 01 :;as at Ith liInrea li
41...-l11.. 'Ot lag alnl igsal Aar- U&'rr the %ear o,%joite an i1n-p-
teoeu the. *tth tlj '' I iw o tt as il
wrer.e itf yo. asa04h of the banka' to
ealllio aait,* I.. .9 l erms felr eat' an t i
inem. %all' 9. ll sw bewirl sarranto to:

TV1. I lf* 1e111a. U419te it *4100110ee1 t hat
the teal lee401bit g to 64 te !'s Is .a ugasa~titofalla
the la-f u*.c gigs -o the a'q elieie sIot
auto-j1t its. loosuli~mle W W "rtuh.
4' eP k %t... \ guemttamts lt an E.
smiwe oto all olw.o e I-a inl1 41, a nal
$r C .'. i noiteit II .ere.l Il t* 16g114o all
mawt.'tA Lo- e rttmall t.o*Ah eh holdlangt
a fir .1 &sI a l-$- a01t1Ifi at.- treat tu htle
%ahd a.s-I te004he I II I tb -ut tv
011 oitbet' m oltvoI. it. 41.1 ad .O'9 ha' eon
ao- fI l thome
P4 Of V
U4a0. %aih). tsas i-'.. aiit
0 pf fit leo I%. It laIon' to 1.4wll l;4 4 :1.10II r?
%so ;;4U'iiiW-A Not01ill '-1 il440
7%e.litti.te to oar nl-iruletto
too fill the awbe-s Plai. me 0.1e11%l 1- ;ws
attoill ifacin the I-oe t n. serd lhe a aa'aa
welair. ae&oif ha .e-1 n iet t'aa the
to-&ebhle, il ibt he caitsti gst themwi cult
0446 eaf fi
'It ,() auIe a ?ete' a in~dl1tal
%KIN4 4 *? t1-0 A at,'? 1 f '1% 1 41 31 fill

!aloom i I .Itatict lit X1,
bar.'. % .et).orsal Itoba *a I frint r
los 0 9. eit .a9 46? S' %11. ,$14"i. 1 1j'1 a'I til t
I %f.tI o $1 1 !-n i .l little of
~ *~ !s~i't l''l~ .t' 'e' $14le". To-

o S u a. ft twil th "7 't a I Itar- a e- in
li t oo .rt iS a-% ,: tiae 'it ta i

&tool .' 0I* Ia lade a .1 I~1 '' the

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Me e.ft O hsLee
TO 0a s. ago% j W .A! 41Vtoa. aao
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arum %uoroe I itIMatti itialr-it ie *I 'awl
jsaa..4e5)t 4t 1-A- tu., ree -lie*
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The* Famous Atlanta Optician


SHibest Award Diploma of Honor.

SEstablished I*.%

I I heae Famuous Glases for sae by

S Eytsight Tested Free.
I (autlon Hawke t Olaaeas are never
I(eddled. e sure that "Hawke is
tampewd ou frame. 2-8


'Chill Tonic....

iBetter Than
Calomel and Quinine...
(Contains no arsenic)
"The Old Reliable"

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


SJut what you need at thisseason;
Mild laxative, Nervous Sedative,
KSPodid Tonic.
Guaranteed ly your druggists.
mI l't take any aulititute. Try it.
.-A' AND 1it., BOTTILES-
l relered by

Robinson-Pettet Co.
In corpo)rattd)

Louisville, Ky.

Foley's Honey Tn Tar
sM cwM, prevents pIegumwoa.
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A ilea and complete treatment, consisting of
tHpp.tatortet. Capmules of Oiptment and two
Shars of Ointment. A never-failing cure for
lilr- of everr nature and degree. It makes an
ntrration with the knife. which Is painriul and
I Cqrn e'"ullt-u. death. unnece ary. U,.'" en-
SL(Ite th: terrnhle disea f' We pack a written
g, uratr-e ln ach (i box Nocure. no pay. "oc
a; at a lI, A tor f.. Sent Iby mail. Samples
I r AtuJvl i Cured. Pile" Prevented. by
,VUWO'mi Japanese Liver Peliets. the
gert ;vrt andl tompch regulator and blood
S;ut:t r %,mall. mild'antl pleasant to take: es-
pcLta:. adapted for children*' use Fifty doses
c. Antn-Monopoy Drug Store. Ocala a



TOIC AND VIALIZER is sold with written
guarantee to care nervous debility. lost vitality.
failing memory. fits. dizzine,"e, hysteria, stops
all dranison tie nervous system caused by had
FaltI or excerwive use of tobacco, opium.
I i. or or "living the pace that kills." Itwards
a. nmanity. consumption and death. It clears
.he hlbk.' and train, builds up the shattered
nerve, restorew the tire of youth.and brings the
p;nk glow to pale cheeks, and makes yoi. young
and sttOngaga. 1 i.c. 2 boxes $S. By mai to
any aiadtre-. Anti-Montopoly Drug Store. 2


n1 tor teachers wilt commtnce on
le, d.: .%,A.'*: Act ;d. l9';.
and la-t three dv Whitea applicants il meet
at th- a a-ala Hagh .ch,>'. hbuiding and -lored
t.nplint in Howard Academy at 4 o clock on
ttltmtlni in pedagogyv will be taken from
I icth le1tttire- on Te-aching. sold lhy H. & w.I
14 lIvc c', TackAinvil:e Fla.. price onedollar.
pat.l-c.ant- wi:l l.ap:-iv thvnielves with paper
,. nI-I.n Ink. 1 I) CARNX


s. c: Caurt of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
-I I iit nIII an-I fur aRioiacairun-
:sIn C`~aiicts-.
x oi. tv ca cnil.Ca iialnt. v-. An-
a- ~n~t' .t~a: ..t~adnt-lijorce.
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Ie it, ( *;t~ a: the caai. bT:ie1 ~e
'a '~-.~ ~Q t '.a~ it), t the [it" in this,
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J. F. EDWARDS has filed with the County
Commissioners of Marion couty, iu the State
of Florida, his application for a permit to sell I
liquors. wines and beer in Election District No I
of mid county and state; that such application
will be acted upon by the said board of county
commisioners at the next regular meeting.
which will be held on the
first MAenday is et*Iemkier A. D. d got
at xx o'lock in the a. in. of said day. and the
bonrd hereby calls upon any citizen of tuch
election district who may desire to do so. to show
cause, if any there be, at the said next regular
meeting of sai board. why nch permit should
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of th DBoard of County Commission-
ers. of Marieo moanty Florida
This the 5tL dayof Aagust A. D. tior.
^ W. LONG.
Chairman board of County Commissioners.
Clerk. *

=OTIe m or aHmWCno ro0 in Toe.
uL ues 133D Afl

The Carmichael & Son Co.. has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners of Marion
county. in the stateof Florida. their application
for a permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in
Election District No. i of said county and state:
that such application will be acted tpon by the
said board of county commissioners at their
next regular meeting. which will be held on the
dirst Monday in Septtmber A. D. 1901.
at lo o'clock in the a m. of the said day. and
the board hereby calls on any citizen of such
election district who may desre to do so. to show
cause, if any there be. at the said next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit shall
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commission.
ers. of Marion county. Florida.
This the 6th day of August A. D. 190o.
Chairman Board or County Commissioners.
Clerk, 8 9

3aonci A arA o RioiM1 nu TO
0I= UP, WB AD W= U .M

6 C. P. McG.AT & Company. composed of
C. P. McGrath and Ge e A. Hutchins. have
filed with the Board of County Commissioners.
of Marion county. i the state of Fida, this
aplimtion fra permit to ellftliquor, wines and
beer in Election District No. i of the said county
and mate; that said application will be acted
upon by sid board of county commissioners at
their next regular meeting, which will be held
on the
*frst M eddy i'n Sepmb9er A. A gDr,
at o o'clock a. m. of the aid day. and the board
hereby calls upon any citizen of such election
district, who may desire to do so to show cause.
if any there be. at the said next regular meeting
of said board why such permit shall not be
granted to the applicants.
By order of the Board of County Commission-
ers. of Marion county, Florida. this the 5th day
of August, A. D. igot. H. W. LO)NG.
Chairman Board of County Commissioneri,
Attest: Marion county, Fla.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk. 8-9

undersigned. a, administrator ot the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
19th Day of Octobi A D., 1901,
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his administratorship of -aid estate.
in accordance with the law in such cases made
and provided.
This tgth April, A.D. D.gor.
419 1e6m Est. of James B. Campbell. deceased.


ANcreditors, legatees and distnrbutees and all
persons having claims against the estate of
MARY ELIZ4 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 such pay-
ment. My postoffce address .s McIntosh, Flor-
ida. July 26th. 1901.
Administrator with Will Annexed of the Es
tate of Mary Eliza Keep. UoccaMsd.
W. S. BULLOCK, 7-26-9t
Atty. for Administrator.


to me Tax Certificate No. 2575. sale of Au
gust. iSo9, covering the following land in Marion
county. Florida to wit: Northwest quarter of
northeast quarter section 33. township 17. south
range 20 east, and upon said certificate has de-
manded from me a tax deed.
Therefore. afer the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless reCeemed. it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated Aug. I. 019o S. T. SISTRt-NK.
S-2-?t Clerk Circuit Court.


sented to me tax certificate No. 1446. sale of
August 7th, 1i99.covering the following land in
Marion county, Florida. to-wit: s 2-5 of lot 21 sub
of tit), ofnel sec t3, twp 15 s, range 21 e. anal
upon said certificate has demanded'from me a
tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration vf thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed.'it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated August 8. i oi.
Seal) S T. SISTRt'NK.
"'-0 tlerk Circuit Court.


V rented to me Tax Certificate No. 2c2- and
'036. sale of August 7th, .S9. covering the fo;-
sowing land in Marion county. Florida to wit:
nt,. ot nw', sec9. and nt' ollot 2. 1,!k i. i-uh of
se'4. Santos. sec o0. twp Ix. range 2 anid upon
said certificate has demanded from iue a tax
Therefore. after the expirati-n of thirty days
from the date of this notice. unles- redeemed it
i; my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated August S. vloi.
-o Clerk Circuit Court.


\ rented to me tax certificate No. ;3:5 sale of
AgZust -th. is c iering the followii-g land in
Marion county. Florida. to-wit: i-; t-' ft e and w
blv o ft n and s in ne cor of .~ lot s ('ald-
wadl; ad to ()iala. anad upo sai rtiticalte has
demanded fromtl me a tax deed.
Therefore, aft, r the expiration of thirty day-
from tnc date of this notice, untlr-- rTe'Iinetr. it
is iny intention to issue a tax detd ito the -aid
Pated August N. n,.oo.
Clerk T 1i.TRcuNt Ci;t
'-9 Clerk Circuit Ci-irt
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all the



Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

ESULATES the Uver, Stomach nml d,
SClunses the SystW Purifies the Mi

Suffer CURESi M.
Suffer IURES Malaria, MioBass CnstiplM,

from a Wesk Sto dMl ahpIM pliM.

Diseased Efiry otte a&iN tos n Sasil.

Liver. P rrice, Cents.
S Pr.-td hv MJAMS F. BALLARD, S. LStb, M.
A A A I i A .

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store



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(PniayB SWdI .)
Jackonville to New York, oly 28 ra. St. AuagMtii Nw York only st b


/ (Daily except Sunday.)
Superb Solid Plltua Trail Thnrer to Chisog WiMbetl tp-aT
Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago, only 32 banil
v1 m m, A m 15
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-rooa Sleein Cai Tlwol
Coaches, Perfect Dining Car Serie on a Tm .
Through Trains via Southern Railway are ed in Cmlection wt it
Plant Syste from Ja vil e.

For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or addre
A. MAIMEAU, Tu eMWanA W. T. CUSS? TlmnltIn A
Se S9best JAC, o IL FLA.
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Florida East Coast Ry.

Time Table No. 32. la Efect May.POS 1J1l a

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,f >.>..< No.78j2o,8S
Daily Dailyv STATIONS. Daily Daily
4 05p !04uaLv. ...... .Jacksonville ....... Ar 7 00O 10 It
5 lS.'p 1. iar.t ....... St. Augustine ........ Ly 5 50 9W00
S 0p 10 'La Lv ........ St. Augustine....... Ari 5 45 8 6
.i53p l 27a ........ Hastinms ..........Lv 6514 825
6 10r1l 413a ......... Eat Palatka......... 4 i9 810i
64hp 1219p .......... Neoga............. 4 1A- 7a
7( 2p 12 32p .......... Bunnells........... 4 02p 7 19
7tip 1238p ......... Dupont ........... 8 Up 7 13
73pI 105p "......... Ormond............ 8p 644a
52plI Ip "...........Daytona............ 8180 8a
802-p 1 ip "........ Port Orange ...... .. 80-i 21a
825p 14tp .........New Smyrna ..... 2400 6
2 15p ........ Oak Hill ......... 213 ..
240 p .........- Titusville...... ... 42 ..
S325p ..... Cocoa ....... xm 10 :.. ...
.. 328p ......Rockledge Junction..... p ...
.... 355p .......... an Oallie.... ...... 12 ......
S 04p .......... Melbourne..........." 1231 .....
S44p ........... Sebatian.......... ; 4a ..
3p ". .......... St. Luie .........." 11 lla .....
...... .......... Fort Pierce ......... 11 O ...
6p ............ Tibbala ......... 1088 ......
S 60p "........... Eden .......... ,108a .....
6 1 ." :........ ...Jensen....... .... 1027a ......
6p .......... Stuart ......... "1017a......
..... 652wp ..........t*lobe Sound ......... 94 ......
S 70p ......... West Jupiter. ....." 93 ....
3.. .. p ....... Weat Palm Beach....... 900a .
p ......... Boynton......... 88 ......
8 p ......... lra ....... 828 ....
8.%5p .......Fort Landerdale ...... 735: .. .
93p ......... Lemon City...... it 8 ......
9 45p Ar ...... Miami ........... Lv s 45 .....

Buffet Parlor Cars on trains 35 aId 78.
No.25 No !No.21No.l7 o.15 Na.lro.18i Qa3io.iAlAr
Sun San Daily Daily Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. DjalyjlDatly Dily 8u
only only ex Sn, ex. sly erio.
1o 0oop; 7 .uc OOp,IO2ar L .... ..Jacksonville ........Ar 0saB 900 6 11o u i
10 lSp 0 5 J pi % aUBpl0~ra ........So.Jackonville........LT 842 85 2 *411iB SI
11 240p 74Up; 5 Opll00 .... Pablo Beach......... ib" 8f200 5a IOit h 8
olf4p 245p 745p: 4p 1105a "........Atlantic Beach......." 658& : 81S 6I0p 0Ms
11 *'tftn Sl 1t A l 20n Ar ...Maynort ...L. 5.20S 8 f S o 5 aIMa SI
No, .s0.5 ..>n,.5 h,.60N > o.46 PALATKAI BRNCH tNa'INo.40IN u..... .o. ioobl
Daily Daily Daiy Dy DailyDaly Daily! DAL A ly'DUlylrjDail DailyDailr)
A Ip 50Up 4t5p 11 .l 8 15a 7 ui Lv..East Palatka..Ar 8a 05 11 Mall124p 4S S 6 9 530 5 4 2.5p 1210p 4am1 7 Ar .Palatka, L '.45a.l 15a1215pO 4ip a5 _

7 u6p' 0.90 Lv ...... ... East Palatka......................... Ar i'7 il
7~ rn ".'o Ar San Mateo ..... Lw I 7
N N-o. I ..RA CTY .'o. 2 No. 4. No.%ll: SO,
Daily Daily BRANCH. DMailyDa ily Daily SANFORD BRANCH. Da]
ex.Su e.S u ex.$ xu Snu ex KxSu
: lp 1 lloa Lv .-New Svmrna..Ar I S3p 6 700p 7 Oa Lv........... Titusville...........Ar
:4p 1121a .Lake Helen. Lv 1245p 4ip :a" ......... .. Mims.......... L l M
-i ,pl 1 a "' .OrangeCity. 1235p 434p! t~Ia ............. Oteen............ *
4 lupl, 1 4 Ar OrangvCityJcJ 12aup 4 25p i 'j a ...........Enterpri...........
It')Ia Ar ....... aanford............ 110b

Thee Time Tahlp- show the times at which train may be expected to arrive and depar
from thn several stations, bIt th,-ir arrival or donarture at the times stated is not garaa
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-And at as low a price as it can be sold consistent with a legitimate profit. We have every article to stand on its own merits, and
I the Quality of the Article Ooverns the Price. Our desire is and has always been to give to the peo-
S pe the Very Best Servloe and the Very Best Goods that can be bought for the money.
We study your interest as well as our own, for our interests are mutual, and Pleasing You Is Our Pleasure.
We allow no misrepresentations and make no claim but that which we have proof to sustain.
We couldn't, nor do we claim to sell all the goods, but we do say that We Have the *
SLargest and Best Assorted Stook of Orooerles in the city;
That the Quality is the best put up, backed by the manufacturers' guarantee-and prices
are at living figures. We don't aim to sell you one bill of goods and stop; We Want
Your Trade; we need it all for our continuance in business,
E and we give you what you want. Our customers will testifyJto that .
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fact. We Lead, and don't wait to be led. At this season of
the year cold lunches are many times more desirable than a steaming -
hot meal, therefore :t will be of interest to housekeepers to know that -
we have paid special attention this summer to our Canned Meat De- ... ,,( iOMATO *
S apartment. It will give us pleasure to show you the dozens of varieties. *
Come to see us, and we'll prove the above facts. -a
When you want Flour get the best-it :- .s cheap and really cheaper, even if you have to pay as much as 50 cents a barrel
more, hut there is never a difference of more than f'r mn t to 25 cents, and it pays in the results to pay the little difference.
Ill< proven thalt it stands head, and the price nhw ;- way down. Try a barrel and be convinced of its excellent qualities. -

SAnd so it goes with ,lA1 other grades of good. DIon't thInk ior :, moment that you can get the very best goods at the price '
uo m(,Ited on cheap goods-for it won't hold. You had just as well expect your crop to grow and yield heavy results by just putting
St se(ed in the ground ad nd never doing anything elee towards cultivating. Use the same judgment in purchasing goods you would in
Sd,'in,. anything, else, especially in purchasing something to eat. There'e Nothing Too Good to Eat. _
O\' Wt, want everyone to call and sec- us; see what w. have; see how we sell it: in fact, see how we do business, and we feel satisfied
00 that if you are not now a customer of ours, you soon will be.



Yours to Please,

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