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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 16, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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< t aad after Monday. July 8, 1901. I will have
with me a r giatered pharmacist, who will assume con-
te of my Precription Department,. and we we will be
gd to have your patronage. Our first aim in this
m is to ser re the BsrT AND PcRasT DaCGS, and all
th we ask is a legitimate profit, based on cash trans-

I would ao call your attention to the fact that we
have onm had a large and well assorted stock of Sta-
tiaery. Pefumes, Toilet Articles. Kodaks and Kodak
'thsr*". all of which we would like to have you in-

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


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Mr. a% Weib h. returned from
46 to* to osoN
Mra. J. A. ()Sp l has turned to
ww hsiemsI At Ssroos..
Mr.l. C.i.. trlvw'.of Summergeld,
vw oup of (kas's visitowo this week.
Mr. Kaidy Causm. of BrWmkesille,
'wrwuly honored Oala with another

Mum Mable larn. of Valdosta. is in
its. vity. the guet of ulituAnnye ro H. 41. Hay-rait are
WooaI t, tte oumllw'red aNia t le citi-

Mr. Narwk Mmrua is rreiving the
.,uagatulataus of his frieud.'. It i. a
a.'v..4v tlsughier.
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There were services in only one of
the white churches last 8unday and
It was not ooemfrtably packed. Why
is t Ocala more of a church-going
Mr. Alfred Abbhire, of Belleview,
ws a visitor to Oeala Tuesday. He
say our little neighboring city is
mai-w met eseellent progress; that
these who protected their groves are
now benlg warded for their labors;
that them groves are in a most flour-
ishing condition and this year will
bear a very promising crop of fruit.
The Ocala Banner refused to print
the column advertisement of the Ar-
buckle Coffee simply because the
plate metal is sent free and in the
shape of a telegram. If its advertis-
ing columns are regarded as at all
valuable some value must be given in
return for same. The principle of
giving something for nothing is not a
profitable one.

No one snows the unbearable tor-
ture. the peculiar and agonizing pain,
caused by piles, uules- they have suf-
fered from therm Many believe them
incurable. This is a mistake. proper
treatment will cure them. Tabler's
IBuckeye Pilt Ointment is an infallible
cure. Prick "s, cents in bottles, tubes
73 ets. Auli-Monolpoly Drug Store. m
Mr. Jameis Borland marketed his
firt crop of oranges from (itra more
than twenty year-. ago, and since
wliich titue. i.otwithstanding the dis-
astrou-freeze-,, he has nut failed to
ship a crol of the golden spheres.
The year the tree- were destroyed at
'itra lie had a kI-aring grove in Lee
county, I and tin w lio e hbla a bearing
grove in Ioth l ac-. Lucky anll.
Mr. l)aniie! HaLt/. Otterville, la.,
way-, "iavt hld a-thiua and a very
i.nil ,tuiiLr foir ye:ar-. iut (c, ould gett tno
r.e;'el from tI!;e ctoj,.- :uhil medicines
I tried i:tti'i I t It, FI lt-y's Honey
att-d Tar. It :tgave iiuntediate relief,
at.d done it < 're gtood thla*!i all the
other reuditit- trit.ed. Aniti-Mo-
,.I,,'ol;y 0I11u. !'r,, m

.,.is* t .t~t te l -tnI day k-vt'.*-ii;1 witl1a a L.uiltil-
eh1- 0illne in laior of

aren--it!l A tint'o!

ii..-. V i C:. V. I.4arne'y,
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,'1 renatrivriv-1 crap~t urzlig i4t4=trumentasl
I A ltlii. a. 0 thtile all pe'iative audieuce
4 ,- 'A A-mheldl 11eU ha 'it;l Uai N tilit- I autiful
.'.t L :a I -t:L'.a4104 Ni.s:emLiddon and
S' .Itwa-latem haur lwhen the
KU: .- rurluatut.t ty -aid good n iglht to
Sing o-t and Ilos;Les,

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tittk.Itt t-aezlifor a unI.St pleassant
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'Tu,,keget e, \la.. July 11 s. 1," .
I r. J. DM.tlett--My lear Sir: Jus-
ti.e to you deulmand.- that I should
iuve .),:: my texprrience with your ex-
Ct;lit lt i ieeldo- a, Teethina. Our lit-
tt-i girl, ju-t thirteen months old, has
haid nauch trouble teething. Every
remedlv was exhausted in the shape of
preerilptions from family physicians.
Her Ibowels continued to pass off pure
Idlot and burning fever continued
for dlav at a time. Her life was al-

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C. S. Cullen, Mrs. H. H. Harold.
Mrs. E. W. Agnew, Elizabethtown,
Ky.; Mrs. Samuel R. Birdsey, Jr., and
child, Macon, Ga.: Mrs. R. G. Blake
and children, Auburn, Ala.; Mrs.
Jake Brown and children and Miss
Pauline Brown, Asheville, N. C.;
Mrs. Abe Brown, Chattadooga; Mrs.
Israel Brown and daughter, Panacea
Springs. Fla.: Mrs. Festus Biggs and
child, Atlanta: Mrs. and Miss Brum-
by. Witader. (a.: 0. L. Burdick,
Setneca, Mo : J. J. Biermana. Paris.
France: Mir. Z. C. ', Da-
vistboro, ta.: Mrs. Ed Carmi-hael,
unionn Springs, Ala.: Mrs. S.C. Cullen,
South Carolina; Mrs. L. R. Cha-
izl, Philade!phia; Eugene Cox, Phil-
adelphia: Mrs. Ed Chace and son,
Missouri: Mrs. 1. D. Thompson,
Missouri: Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Curtis.
Georgia; Mrs. D G. Eichelberger and
Mi-~ Aiit:ie Gray Eichelberiger (Cant-
bridge. Md.: Mrs. J. II. Iean, Syca-
more, (,a.: Judge anti Mrs. IHocker,
MIi'- Alice Hocker, Tennessee: Mrs.
WV. I'. Hlaisley and mother, Lewes,
Delaware: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hu-
1aer. C(onnellton, lud. : Mrs. IE'lw.
Hiller, NM:sses. Mona and iHazel Hiller,
Atlantic t'ity. N. J.: Mr. and Mirs. T.
H. Haley antd (Gu Haley. Indian
Springs. (;a.: Mr-. D. M. Hick. Har-
risurg, Pa.: Miss Sara Harris,
Brooksville: Miss Violet Harris. Troy,
Ala.: Miss Nellie Hooper. Mandarin:
Miss Senella Hendrix, Montgomery,
Ala.: Mrs. A. L. Izlar and little son.
Biackwell, S. C.; Jake Israel. Atlan-
ta, (;a.: Mrs. H. C. Jones, Dade City:
Dr. John G. Law, Walhalla, S. C.:
Harry Lapham, Miss Carrie Laplham,
I.ake Weir; Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mc-
Donald, Atlanta: Mrs. M. E. McCon-
nell, Atlanta; Col. and Mrs. John M.
Martin and granddaughter. Forsyth,
Ga.; Mrs. P. C. McGrath. Miss Gertie
Perada. Sunapee, N. H.: Mrs. IL. Ot-
tensosser and children, Far Rocka-
way; Mrs J. C. Porter and daugh-
ters, Cornelia, Ga.; Miss Miriam Pas-
teur, New York: Mrs. John W. Pear-
son, Mis Pearl Pearson, Harrison-
'..if. -' d T V atn.nn


Seven Years in Bed.
"Will wonder. ever cease?" u inuire
the freinjds of Mrs Pease, of Law-
rence-, Kan. They knew -he had been
unal ]e to leave htr bed in seven years
on account of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity, but "three bottles oflElectric Bit.
ters enabled ime to walk," .lte writes,
"and in three emonth,l I felt like a new
peron." 1Women -ut'ering from head-
ache, Iackauhe, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting anuI dizzy
spells will tilu it a pricele-s blessing.
Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Anti-.Mouopol yDrug Store. tnly ",lc. 5




Pmtwtan orchards. 'ardens. cotton.




" sNICK 0000.
There are so may
light weight th~e
here, and allof them
I are fashionable, not
n m y offtheasxper-
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PJOuw pRopIR 1oR Their joir)ey.

By loaning it to neighbors and friends; by con-
cealing it about their person; by stowing it away in
mugs, jugs and jars: by sewing it up in skirts and
ticks; by tucking it under couches and carpets, in cup-
boards and bureau drawers. These are some of the
ways by which people lose their money, and some-






More than the usual number of
Ocala people are spending the sum-
mer away from home this year. bome
are at the ma shore obtaining the
benefits of the fresh sea breezes and
the delightful surf bathing. Some
are at the mountain resorts, breath-
ing the pure. invigorating mountain
air, while others are visiting the Pan.
American Exposition at Buffalo,
viewing that great natural spectacu-
lar wonder, the falls of Niagara, and
stopping for a shorter or longer time
at other places en routa
Mr. and Mrs. Otis T. Green and
children, Mrs. Edw. Badger, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Martin, Mrs. John R.
Martin and children. Mrs. B. T. Per-
due, Mrs. Wake Wells and children,
Sid Whaley, Mrs. W. B. Fuller and
Mrs. Geo. MacKay and children,
Mrs. 8. T. Stitrunk and children,
Misses Annie and Bettle Sharpe, Mrs.
J. J. Gerig and Mrs. E. N. Oreen.
Mrs. William Anderson and chil.
dren, Mrs. Robert Taylor and chil-
Prof. and Mrs. W. 8. Pyke, Mrs.
Nel Allred, Mrs. G. M. Hubbard, Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Holder, Charles
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Potter, Misses
Nellie and Valita Potter, hallory Lid-
Mrs. Abram Martin, Mrs. Edw.
Hoffman, Miss Lavelette Martin.
Hon. John G. Reardon, Miss:Mary
Reardon, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. R. Fred.
erick, Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson
and daughter.
Mrs. John G. Law, Miss Mary
Piatt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munroe, Er-
nest Crook.

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Some of Osala's Woeek Vitors..
Among the visitors to the eoonty
site during the week we aote the fol-
lowing: Ed. L. Wartman, James
B. Borland, H. G. Dann, Citra; 0. J.
u~roier, Blitchto; J. A. etUvid,
L D. Beek, Jack MeCal, C. P. Ba
craft, FellowIhip, Jack artm I.
Horn, York: J.M.A Mert, J. B Mai-
loy, Lowel, Maurie sht F. W.
EUllim, Duandle; ILA lk lms,
Bey City; JaM A. sdoM C(Inwaeb!
(eo. F. DlttmNf. F. M. uA2h% rmult
City; CpL I .L UC e, Ira We.

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WSMb ** IkBe
One square Mabthabek piano,
good condition .......100 00
One good cottge.organ......... 30 00
One $16 Blue Flame oil stoe,
with oven ..... 00
One $26 walnut wardrobe only IS 00
One $40 upholstered 7-piece par-
lor suit................. ... .. 18 00
One large refrigerator with lee
water faucet.............. 600
One bath tub, in good eooi4tion 4 8
One double lawn swing, new... 60
Lot $3 woven wire cots, while
they last................. ...... 2 26
Lot 75c Linoleum oil cloth, at 86
One $18 Turkish couch, little
used .............................. 11 00
Lot new ice chests, while they
last...........................$4and 5 SO
We have always on hand
in new and second hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will do well to call on


B. Wasson, South Lancaster, Mass.;
Mrs. J. H. Whitfield, Miss Sallie
Whitfield, Miss Iola Liddon, Tampa;
Asher Frank, Jacksonville.
The hSildig of a City.
To build a city is hard work. It is
not the labor of a day. Every "old
timer" in Ocala will subscribe to the
truth of this statement. But we
must not grow weary and permit our
efforts to lag. We most continue to
advocate with enthusiasm and elo
quence everything that will benefit
the town and stimulate its growt;
that will employ its labor, repay n
vmtors and mak0et an a otractive and I
pleasant plaeef visitors. We must
encourage baseball shows, eMursion,
evavgelcal preaching, pblie speak-
ing, and everything that will instruct,
delight and amuse. We mast hold
up the hands of the Ocala Rifles, the
Metropolitan Band, the public library
and every organization that gives life
and tone to the community.
Our people must work together,
strive together, plot and plan togeth-
er and pull together.
Don't be discouraged because the
work is slow.
See what we have done!
See our white and colored school
buildings. See our splendid church
buildings and the variety and number
of them. See our magnificent hotels;
our commodious store buildings,
which, for beauty of architecture,
will vie with any in the state;I our
city hall, court houwe, jail, newspaper
and job offices; our costly and beauti-
ful residences; our paved sidewalks
and streets; the number of our rail-
roads and their magnificent equip-
ment; our commodious depots: the
style of our postoffice as compared
with towns o,f similar size; our elec-
tric light plant, gas plant, ice plant,
water works, foundry and machine
shops, spoke, rim, barrel, moss, cigar
and other factories.
The locating, establishing and
building of these things required en- and incessant labor.
If those who take hold where we
leave otl'shall do as well the Ocalian
of the future will have no cause for



A party dress that
looks nice and is coot
a n d comfortable is
not an easy thing to-
procure. This ne w
cloth we are showing
-for summer dresses
-will permit the
wearer to be entirely
comfortable though
"dressed up." Shown in several at-
tractive shades, and all fast colors-an
exceptional offering.
You can't ind a bet-
ter style of goods for
traveling dresses than
the beautiful line shown
here. In light fnd me-
dium weights, and in
shades and colors that
will make up well, look
nicely, never fade,and
will not show dirt and dust in travel.
Something for all ages, from mises to
matrons, and at all and very easy
prices, too.


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--As for- F

Straw Hats

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

Just as (ood

As when the price was a
third more.
Dag up a little money
and get a new hat.

J. (m. IFELY

0 Florida.

Ibe corn crop is short b8A, busbel. *
the price of corn has gone bound-
ing upward.
E.-Oovernor John Gary Evans has
eaerd the senatorial race in South

Mr. Kyle Wartmann, of Citra, was
rertierd at the Oial Hosme Wed-

The TSmpa Tribuae gos on nag-
gifg yan jt the same ua If Editor
8tewl were at home holding down
the trip.
Balbrd's Fnow L niment gives in
astt Uef in care bleeding. burns
BWrele, seaM, cute, etc. Price 25 cts.
Ant.-emopoly Drau Store. m
e (Ocala House closed its kitchen
and dialag room Wednesday night
for repairs. A new range will be pur-
chased and other improvements
Mr. J. B. Malloy, of Lowell, is one
of the m ot prosperous millmen and
biggest truckers in the county. And
in his prosperity be is thoughtful of
his favorite county paper. He stands
on the took of the Ocala Banner two I
years ahead.

T te g t Mybant and
WMAeN ie wspoper.


Tbe advertising done by the aver-
age rouatry merchant is usually
something frightful. He does not
consider advertising a force by which
be is to directly Increase his business,
but as a kind of leg-pulline proposi-
tWon on the part of the local newspa-
per. Any old thing will do him in
the way of an announcement, and
the smaller the space the editor will
let him down with the better the
bargain he imagines he has made.
tome merchants carry nothing but a
isoTetyped card year in aad year out,
yet if they stopped to think they find
that they have dozens of things they
eouMld ll at les than mrglar price
and which, if made known, would
attract many buyers who would oth-
erwse send to the big cities for them.
The eeet of the success of the mail
erder frms is simply because their ad-
vertwieauts tell something.-Tampa

moot Ppue Editor and

S eoo

The Timee-Union and Citizen offers
a free trip to Buffalo, including all
xpemees, and ten dollars extra for in-
cidental expenses, to the most popular
editor and school teacher in the state.
The contest close September 7th, and
is id to start out at a very lively
Aothea sand Oeals.
The (kala Kids and the Anthony
Kids, composed of ,oys from ten to
fourteen years old, will play a match
gaae of lnasball at Anthony next
Tuesday afternoon. All friends of
the boys are invited to be present and
witutem the rame.
Mail tr Lake Weir.
H a.hingeou, Aug. 14.-Mail for the
p(itoffte at lake Weir, Marion coun-
ty, Florida. which has been discon-
tmiued, will hereafter te sent to the
p-.tcv'l at O(kklawaha, Fla.
Clubs of Five.
T' thle friends who will forward u.
a 'lub, of five ca'h .sublscrileis we will
acl tlthe


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plus land.
To do so we want to induce immi-
gration to come this way, and to take
up up our surplus lands. Whilst we
have some of the best people in the
world in Florida we want more of
them.S How can we better induce
them to come than by an actual dem-
onstration of facts, corroborated by
an exhibition of both soil and pro-
ducts at the state fair?
Whilst these lands I speak of will
do all this and more and will grow
something continuously from year's
end to year's nod, as can be practically
demonstrated, are not only not going
into the hands of new comers but
have but little value as a security, be-
cau-s they cannot be realized up)on
and made available as a payment.
Such lands as I speak of, lying
within 21. miles of your court house"
door, are ou the market at $7.5o an
asre, with hard timber enough on
them to pay for clearing, but no pur-
cthaset. Such a state of affairs does
not t-xist anywhere else. It would lbe
hard matter to tind such landss any-
\ ih-re in the tuorthwe-t a:. near a
c(,ulity town as l rge and :~s impor-
tant as Orala that would not be a 4,,id
-.~.~r' ity t' r a. n au acre. Thi";v- ,''\

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SUeN *are ty ho *eesmopeseeted
i ~t t0e State Fair?
To the Citizens of Marion County;
The question of whether Marion
county should make an exhibit of her
boundless resources and productions
at the state fair is now "up against
Was it not that, as a citizen of Ma-
rion county, a sharer in your prosper-
ity as well as your adversity, and
Seeming the decision of this question,
Spro and con, will mark a new era in
I the affairs of this county, as well as
our individual welfare, I assure you I
would not presume to advise you in
regard to a question of so great im-
It is either right and to the advan-
tage of the county to make an exhib-
it, or it is wrong and consequently to
our disadvantage.
Let us endeavor to decide this ques-
Stion dispastionately and in the right,
with a desire that our decision may
be instrumental in effecting general
good. We are but mortal, and are
sometimes led by an influence we
know not of to make a wrong decis-
ion, the effects of which are some-
times ineffaceable. Let us endeavor
not to decide wrongfully in this case.
With this preliminary I will *en-
deavor to explain satisfactorily why I
believe we ought to make a county
This thing, if properly conducted,
will result in general benefit, there-
fore, each one sharing such, should
bear his proportionate expense. Each
neighborhood, in proportion to its en-
deavors to bring its best to the front,
will have the supervision of compe-
tent men, appointed by your commis-
sioners, to arrange its exhibit and ex-
plain it to best advantage.
For instance, when I lift my eyes
they rest on a piece of land in front
of my house that was once an orange
grove. It was sown to oats last fall
after being in corn the previous sea-
son, which afforded fine pasturage for
young stock till the last of April,
when it was turned over and planted
in corn, which was given clean culti-
vation till the middle of June, when
pindars we're planted between the
corn hills in each row, so they could
be plowed one way, both of which
give promise of making an average
crop, notwithstanding the unfavora-
ble season we have had-making
three crops in one year.
When the corn is of', hogs will be
turned in to exhaust the pindars, and
then it will be sown in oats or rye for
winter pasturage again.
This same quality of land planted
two years since, when, if you remem-
ber, a drouth prevailed, made fifty-
four bushels of Irish potatoes per
acre. The same planted the middle
ot last March with late Irish potatoes
and dug August 1 gave most satisfac-
tory results, and demonstrates that
we can have Irish potatoes the year
round. Still there are more Irish po-
tatoes shipped into Florida than are
shipped out.
One hundred and fifty bushels of
sweet potatoes is not an unusual crop
for such land.
The crops I speak of are raised
without fertilizers of any kind, and
the land is mixed woods land, of
which every neighborhood has more
or less, and so much of it there is
scarcely one acre in a hundred in cul-
tivation, for the reason we have not
the means to do so.
To be in a situation to put the bal-
ance of our holdings in a higher state
of cultivation we want to sell our sur-

Once enthuse the people in this di-
rection and it will be a forerunner to
sugar mills, rice mills, cotton and
woollen mills and all kinds of facto-
For instance, I had a note last mail
from the gentleman who offers to
back your subscription of $10,000 for
a sugar and syrup mill with another
$10,000, who is anxious to build the
mill and let your $10,000 be preferred
It will take time, but the mill will
be built; mark that.
Is not Mr. Bob Hampton's example
a stimulant and an incentive to plant
every acre of sugar cane you can ?
I can promise you that whenever
there is planted 1500 to 2000 or more
acres in a radius of three miles there
will be a mill of sufficient capacity to
handle:all the cane. Mark that too.
Why can't that amount be planted
around Ocala? There are sugar lands
enough in that radius to plant twice
as much. Because there is not
enough seed to do it, and if there
was the people have not money
enough to restore their old sugar plan
stations and seed them. Help the or-
ganization with the first $10,0W0 and it
will help you to do both. Mark that,
Let's get a move on us and work
these things up. We can make a
start by a county exhibit at the state
fair. Respectfully submitted,
Free medical advice. Men and wo-
men suffering from chronic diseases
are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, Buf-
falo, N. Y., by letter, absolutely with-
out fee or charge. For more than
thirty years as chief consulting phy-
sician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur-
gical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., Doc-
tor Pierce has devoted himself to the
treatment and cire of chronic forms
of disease. Assisted by his staff of
nearly a score of physicians, each
man a specialist, his success has been
phenomenal, ninety-eight persons in
every hundred treated being abso-
lutely and altogether cured. Women
have especially availed themselves of
Dr. Pierce's offer of free consultation
by letter, thereby avoiding the un-
pleasant questioning, the obnoxious.
examinations, and odious local treat-
meuts considered necessary by some
practitioners. Over half a million
women have been treated by Dr.
Pierce and his staff for diseases pecu-,
liar to women with unvarying suc-
cess. Write without fear as without
fee. Every letter is treated as strictly
private and sacredly confidc ntial, and
all answers are sent in plain envel-
opes, bearing uo printing upon them.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, World's
Dispensary Medical Ass-ociation, Buf-
falo, N. Y.
Homicide Across the River.

WCordi reaches Ocal. that (;rigycg,
XWilrtv and Peniidarvi, got int o anl al-
terrcdti onl I at SLuInda'y atN",)-
Blull, u l itdtitiallY .jdcdlcl ii, Ihe
i killing or willmttil'ut:.vkly iohn,
fl. Wi'leyv. 'ITlhe sh;,oting !-ertei. t'' Il.

A Poor Millionaire


To oeal a Nurt.
Use Banner Salve, the great healer.
It's guaranteed or cuts, sores, wounds,
piles and all skin diseases. Use no
substitute. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Dissolution letiee.
The firm of Standley Cranford &
Co., is dissolved this day by mutual
consent. S. A. Standley, of the old
tirm, will assume all liabilities and
collect all outstandiiig accounts due
the firm of Standley, Crandford & Co.
Thaukit:g the public for the liberal
patronage heretofore given the old
tirm of Standley, (rau ford & Co., I
auk a coutiuuauce of the same at the
old stand, where I will continue to do
bu-iuess. S. A. A TANDLEY.

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.July MI, 1911.

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To raise good fruit

you must have Potash.

Fertilizers containing

an exhibit from Marion county's
mines of wealth that will lift both
county and farm premiums, and
maintain Marion county's well earned
right to remain the banner county of
the state.
What we do, let us do quickly, for
there is no time to lose. Your com-
missioner, whoever he may be, ought
to be in the field now with all his
Flans so mapped out to know just
where and when to lay his hands on
what he wants, and above all, confer
with the Jifferent neighborhoods and
help them to get up their neighbor-
hood exhibit, and learn how Mr. Bob
Hampton on a "willow leaf oak pine
ridge" with the aid of cow and goat
penning, makes on an acre of ground
three hundred and sixty gallons of
syrup and four barrels of brown sugar,
and on fifty feet square not only sells
$9.00 worth of turnips but has enough
for family and neighborhood use till
grass comes in the spring.
Except an exhibit of products and
literature reciting these facts, who
outside of Florida would know any-
thing about "willow leaf oak" and
"pine ridge" and its probabilities?
Make all these things known by an
exhibit at the state fair, and continue
it by a county fair at home and out of
the small amount required to do this
will come a live stock association with
its improved stock of all kinds and
best race track in the state, where
breeders of fine horses will delight to
come and winter their stock. Do you
realize how big a thing that could be
made for Marion county? It won't
take much of an effort to accomplish

In the loins.
Nervousness, unnfreshlng sleep, despomn
It is time you were doing something.
The kidneys were anciently called the
reins--in your case they are holding tie
rei- and driving you into serious trW.:; -e.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
At s with the most direct beneficial effect
on the kidneys. It contains she best and
::tfest substances or correctig and toing
'' -scc orga .

Annual Eneamps(t A. I Slek-
land, 0., Spt. I-44.
The Plant system have announced
very low rates to Ceveland, 0., 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 to 14. Tick-
ets will be sold on September 7,8,9, 10
and 11 with final return limit Sep-
tember 16, but by depositing the ticket
with the joint agent at Cleveland, on
or before September 15, and on pay-
ment of the fee of fifty cents, an ex-
tension of the return limit up to, and
including October 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 agents or write F. M.
Jolly, division passenger agent, Jack-
sonville. B. W. Wrenn, passnee
trafme manager, Savannah.

"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and took
a running off of the bowels and sick-
ness of the stomahb," 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 Diarrhoe
Remedy in the house and gave him
four drops iu a teaspoonful of water
and he got better at once." Sold by
Anti-Monopoly Drue Store. m

A Summer's Trip at Little Cost to
the north .
A personally conducted excursion
will leave Jacksonville at 7:45 p. m.,
Saturday evening, September 7, tak-
ing in Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, the
Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, and many other points
of interest.
The route will be through Atlanta,
around Lookout Mountain at Chatta-
nooga, thence through the meadows
and villages of the blue grass region,
Cincinnati, etc.
The rates have been greatly low-
ered for this trip, and in order to se-
cure space, either in the coaches or
Pullman sleeping cars, application
should be made at once.
This will undoubtedly be the larg-
est and grandest personally conducted
tour, as well as the cheapest, that will
be operated from this section this
year, and will include representatives
of the Florida press, state officials,
many companies of the state militia,
Florida's delegation to the annual en-
campment of the Grand Army of the
Republic, and others.
Mr. H. F. Cary, of 108 West Bay
street, Jacksonville, the representa-
tive o' the Southern Railway, is in
full charge of arranging this popular
affair, and will be delighted to give
promptest attention to anuy and all
The tour will consist of about ten
days, but of course it is not necessary
to return In that time unless it is spe-
cially desired.

to Io:'.;

give hbes

results on fruits of all


Write for our pamphlets. whl" h "-
Ic i:t every farmer"' library.
They are sent free.
93 Nams St., New Ta

A godd Fouudtlm
Meae comfort, peace ad heal th
The blood can't eiselate tIhrouah
poor feet eramped and plrebed lot-
tight oboes or sboe of matmiral
shape. The feet s ueeer bem or an
bunions, ard the sluggis eireulati",u
affects the entire health.
We sell soes that are shaped like
the human foot, but yet whirb mrea
an air of elegance and style. Com-
fortable shoes are not neeesmrily umrv
--not so at all, if you come here.

South side of tbeMoiare. Okala, IFF

LL .

As made here is pure. elea, whole-
some and nourihhing. VWe have bilt
up a reputation on the quality of oar

And we take particular care that noth-
ing hbal detract frot it. The beat
flour, prepared by skillful habd in
clean, well ventilated rooms and pe.r-
feetly baked in modern ovens, gives
our eustomess bread unequaled even
by the very best home made artiee.






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t,..Ine- yaueedy. 4lmWiuweviei. Sun.

It famat P"VW1. c, of the Pa"ven
saal gbiwm. to memd- of'~enti o (if er.
& ad Waolis.'. 4'v of thre
awg fTraiuamv v srIaor of FlOrida.
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a tel **ue 1y ersL*Bedered.
Lat deaday' Time-Union and
Ctti was largely devoted to indm-
trial write-p of dltaret aetions of
Flawda mld toa tale of paem gClo
tSO emeN to g atdem the heart of
*y we1-wk-sar of the stae.
IThe W lolag is what was aid of
I Oml's pbwth:
While thee ave t bean a many
bddlop eleeted here this yer in
Oam as I forir years, there has
bee mere ebanges to real efte than
Lt ay ear daring the pat decade.
More tba $100,,ul in real estate hba
changed hadms; every dwelling and
every tbamem home is occupied; the
tome in rJeal ete values and in busi-
aM is frm, and the outlook is alto-
gether dattriag.
Mr. Mary Eagleton has just com-
pietad a very elegant residence on
Ocklawaba avenue, one of the prin-
cipal residence streets of our city.
he Is preparing to move into it in a
few days.
Mr. William Bachelder is putting
$1,81) in preparing and additions to his
home on Expotion street.
P. tarr tSerberger has purchased
thirteen dwelling and has had mat
of them repaired, enlarged and paint-
ed, amd he funds them a profitable in-
Nesm. Fod & Hiller, phosphate
beker, haverected a superb ofiee
bulMig ea the public square. They
ar mow oeeupyingthe ame, and it is
em a-Aed one of the hadsomest of-1
em is the state.
C. Horab ger ha erected a two-
sory bslam block on Main street,
ad Mr. H. L. Anderson ba built two
busine homes, a railroad terminal
satko. a very stable and five dwell-

The arm of Mclver A McKay, con-
traetors, hav completed and have un-
de coatrat $50,000 in buildings for
varkmns phophate plants in the vicin-
ity of Ocala.
We have in contemplation a very
Shandome $10.,*tr opera house. The
Selection of this building will be com*
menced now in a very short while;
' f,4bot worth of stock has already been
diy*saed of, and as soon as 14,k40
'more ia mraied the building will be
The erection of the castava factory,
which has lieu in icotemplation for
mnut time. has not been abandoned
and the pro, wcts are that it will be
completed within the year, and will
(rliaps mean more to the farming
and lerchantile interests than any
intvt-rtnenIt yet conuummated.
Maj. '. W. 'ampbell continue to
rw-r iv enc.'uragement from home
anid *,utiide capital for the building of
the -yrtup iand sugar retinery he has in
,',tit. tIllationl. and it- erection may
l-e regarded a' a certainty.
ItI adlittlon tl the new 1'uildings we
lii\.v c iuall 'If t'~<'o1 rI, d't at a co.'t of

a >ilt -* *L. It!>d Ian tl ttorly. barrel
*;t,'i : ,*' tt f *t*>'y, ic<" pl.ant, m oss
*'t "., i.v. ::f ; i-'ti *'b-,trih light rlant,
ik-. ,t 1 ,' .!- .1 t i ,l, ri ltiing

AsTUE noo faw.

*eale WilN Iae Amether Poular Is-
eorsle. August sth.
Ocala's big days continue to grow in
The last two were over the Plant
The on August 29th will be over the
Sea Board Air Line and exceedingly
low rates have een secured.
From Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Tampa only $1.60 for the round trip;
from Orlando, $1.25; from Tavares, 75
cents; from Gainesville, Hawthorne
and Citra, 50 cents.
Tickets good for two days, on all
regular trains.
Mayor Fishel and staff are at work
devising special attractions for the big
A game of baseball is being arrang-
ed between the Femandinas and
Ocalas. Among other attractions there
will be a balloon ascension and an
ariel display of fireworks. It'will be
one of the prettiest sights ever
witnessed in this section of Florida.
It is believed all previous recodrs
will be broken and Oala will be greet
ed with 6,000 visitors
Pmeat lSt nv. 0ea.
The ball game between the above
teams last Monday afternoon was one
of the mot closely conotted of this
eason's series, the core standing 5 to
3 in favor of Ocala.
The Plant City's had a splendid
pitcher and if he had been properly
supported the game might have had a
different termination.
The Plant Citys behaved nicely and
took their defeat gracefully.
Ocala crossed bats with the Conchs
at St. Augustine yesterday afternoon
and will measure strength with the
Clearwaters on Saturday Aug. 24. (
Yoe KIew What Vee Are fakiag
When you take Grove'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 tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 5c. :+
A Remarkable Woman.
Mr. Donald E. Mclver is back from
North Carolina, where he has been
on the sad mission to pay the last du-
ties of a son to a devoted mother.
The good woman died July 27 at Fay-
etteville, N. C., at the allotted age of
three score and ten. .She was the
mother of fourteen children, eight
sons and six daughters. Eleven are
still living, and the mother lived to
see all of them happily married ex-
cept one son and one daughter.
Vhat a noble record that i.s, and
how iany will rise up and call her
blessed '

The St Agstiae Exzraia.
The excursion to the Ancient City
yesterday was the biggest on record.
Oeala was in evidence to the num-
ber of three hundred and fifty, comr
pod largely of ladies.
The large delegation was im compli-
ment to her popular baseball team.
The train was to leave here at 1:42
a. m., but didn't get off until day-
The people waited patiently aad
good humoredly.
When the locomotive finally pulled
out it was cr jing fifteen crowded
cars, three to a eat in many Instances
and standing room nearly all pre-
The train couldn't pull up the grade
at Martin until four attempts were
made and didn't pas Reddick until
eight o'clock.
A new engine met the train at Ro-
chelleand the exeursionists, without
further delay, pulled into the historic
city at about eleven o'clock.
After a hasty toilet, dinner was par-
taken of. The excursionists then
separated, looking at the different
sights of the city until the ball game
was called.
It was perhaps without exception
the most thrilling and exciting game
ever witnewed in Florida.
If the Ocala boys did not win it
was not became they did not have a
hundred hir and enthusiate rooters.
No cavalier in Spain with lance in
hand ever fought for the hand of his
lady love with more lovely smile to
cheer him on to victory.
Under sceh magnulA t inspiration
the boys covered themselves with
glory but the fates seemed to have
turned against them and they lost the
game by a score of 9 to 8.
The game was finely and impar-
tially umpired.
Notwithstanding the hardships and
drawbacks the excursion was an en.
joyable one and will long be remem-
The excursionists reached home
This morning at 3:30 played out and
"My baby was terribly sick with
the diarrhoea." says J. H. Doak, 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 complete cure.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Better Than a Letter from Meme.
One of our New York subscribers,
in renewing his subscription, says:
"The Ocala Banner is always a wel-
come visitor-more so than a letter
from home. I anxiously look forward
to the day for the next succeeding is-
A. H. Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., writes:
"I was troubled with kidney com-
plaint for alut two years. but two
one dollar bottles of Foley's Kiduey
('ure -tlected a permanent cure."
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of our stove wood businms ourselves,
we name theschedule of rates beow-
One co.d (zS cubic feet packed, or aso c bi
feet thrown in) $3 oo.
One load, thrown in (65 cubic feet) $i.o
one load, packed in (65 cubic feet) $1.50.
Delivered in town. Cash on delivery.
Parties owning a team. wishing wood for their
own use. can get it at the factory at the rate of
3t .5 per cord. or : cent per cubic foot. loose. o"
1:- cepts per cubic foot. packed by the load.
Orders can be placed at our ofme by
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There is ti money in broom oern.
Ja k-.",ynvll i- now a very busy
A great many nut-eharing trees are
aow belog pIlanted in Florida.
Thle South is growing rich on what
wo former'y regarded as waste pro-
Florida's educational institutions
will snoa be abreast of those of any
ptate in the Union.
Broad tires, good roads; narrow
tire, bad roads, is the way the argu-
meat runs in North Carolina.
Egyptian cotton, not so good as our
lok staple but better than our abort
ap4 ti being acclimated in some of
the southern eates.
eoa nr TUImr i ti being criticized
be s hbe does mot os cos words
with th e arNrW impetousenes
a"ofn taffl o.. a yeaus.
t oef O *meaB-Union
and CIWti wMaleht Flida is
qutabi deft Ir AsIWIL There
me- new to be to Iy tame in this

UIts O tgorio preroative of the
in of knowledge that what it
pas t sever lse. On the contrary,
it iaerems by the multiple of its own
power; all its ends become means; all
it attainments help to new conquests.
Daiel Webstr.
Where the digestion .is good, and
the general powers of the system in a
healthy state, worms can find no hab-
itation in the human body. White's
Crean Vermitge not only destroys
every worm but corrects all derange-
ments of the digestive organs. Price
5 etO. AntiMooopoly Drug Store. m
The Indianapolis Seatinel warus
Mr. Bryan that "the rank and file of
the demoiratle party-the boys in the
temhe.-"-have had enough of him.
If theory in the trenches had not
been controlled absolutely by those on
the rampart Bryan would now be
oeepying the executive chair at
Weekinton. Will it ever be other-

We congratulate the Mobile Item
upon arriving at the conclusion that
"Mr. Cleveland is not standard au-
thority upon democracy," and that
Mr. Bryan is. The fat man of Prince.
ton, together with his Mtend, Dan
Lraont, has been too freely hybri-
diasd with corporation pollen, to cut
any more democratic ice.-Pensaeola
It is true David did some very bad
deeds and mid a goQd many thing in
haste, but that does not authorize the
editor of the Bronson Times-Demo.
crat in pronouncing bis utterances as
forming no part of the Bible. If our
esteemed brother is going to elimi-
nate te writings of David from the
mered volume what will he do with
the writings of Solomon, who, if he
should come to life again, would be
forced to Ilve in U'tah?

That's a favorite attitude of the small
bov. And in this again "the child is
the father of the'man." The man does
nut cemv to walk through life on his
haads, but he creates for himself a king-
(dom of topsy-turvy-
dom. He turns night

into day. He eats re-
gardless of time and
Shvsical necessities.
ue nlke-a a pleasure
of his businehT and a
business of his pleas-
ure. In fact. he tif-
fectually reverses the
1 "
order oi natural liv-
ing. The result i-
physical di~ihili:v
generally introduced
by weak stomach.
.**-S The food he c.its tk'oes
not nour sh h i 1*h -
cause the st Inmacf
antl it as ociattd
to ex:rac: the nlu::r-
i-hmcnt ro1m th,
f(oKAl. Hen.'c. "oL
) is unncr nou:--


When the first news 'reached the
American people concerning the San-
tiago naval battle the impression was
that Admiral Sampsou was the real
hero of the occasion. This was due
to the fact that Admiral Sampson
sent to the president a message in
which he said that "the fleet under
my command" offered the American
nation the Santiago victory as a
Fourth of July present. But as soon
as the newspaper reports and the
statements of eye witnesses came in,
it developed that Admiral Sampson,
while theoretically in command of
the American fleet, was at least
twelve miles from the scene of battle,
anud that it was Admiral Schley who
Seirnmtiauded and led the splendid)
Sight. Immediately a systematic at-
tack was opened upon Schley, al-
Sthough that great sailor did not in-
dulge in boasting of any character.
In reply to a question be said "there
is glory enough in this victory for all
of us." Since then the adherents of
i nlupson and the administration pol.
iticians have kept the newspapers
killed with thing-s intended to discred-
it Sihley. but that otficer has main-
:*ai ie a diguitied silence .
Fi;raiyiv. becausee o:f formal anmi -e-
riousl attacks made upon him, Admni-
ral ",l.ley has been forced, iti Itefeuv'te


SAl Druggist 25 and 50 cents.

or a Hobson-some here who only OCALA -
awaits the opportunity to around the
people with his eloquence in soncme
great cause, risk his life for a friend EA R
in peril, or put himself opposite the I e
cautiou's tiouth iir the forefront of B IG W H IY H
battle at his country's -all BIG W VISKEXY I USE
A Minister's Good Work.
-I had a severe attack of bilious Gainesville Fnd Ocala. Fla.
colil', got a Iottle of ('halmberlain's
Colie, Cholera and Diahrreea Rimuedy, I I
took twodo says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, ^ 0
Kan. "My neighbor across the street A
wa- Wick for over a week, had two or \ -
three bottles of ul ti .iue fromT the tl.
.1 .i r M-. L.i 11 <611 ft 1I I -I fir^ '

fourdayp without relief, Thti -ij i l.~i
in aiF'tiwr slocogsr whop ,trat~i him
for NomiJ ays ati-l gax him t ror-
lit-f. -,t) oli,.tiayrei him. I wt'-bo 'r

"A, I' mz wu o-u 7

n, an

We honor the woman of the past,
we admire the woman of the present,
but it is to the coming woman that
we turn for the fulfillment of our
ideals. As much as we admire and
love them we can not be blind to
the follies and mistakes of women,
but we have only to open our eyes to
see the glorious possibilities that await
her and on these are built the justifi-
cation of our hopes for the woman of
the future. The coming woman will
be a self-reliant, self-sustaining,
strongly-built, symmetrically devel-
oped human being. Her sensitive and
emotional nature will be under the
control of her intelligence, and her
usefulness will be greatly increased
because her head, hands and heart
will work together. Possessing a har-
moniously developed mind and body,
she will be equal to the affairs of a
household or to the affairs of a nation.
She will have a definite purpose in
living in the world, and will work
in accordance with it, steadily and
persistently. If marriage comes to
her she will not fall into it as into a
well, but will accept it as one of the
great responsibilities of life to be dis-
charged intelige ly and faithfully.
ihbe will not be a household druge,
but she will understandthe work of a
household in all its details the duties
and reponibilities that rest upon its
executive head, and will be the crea-
tor of the home. She will be to her
children a painstaking, judicious, lov.
ing mother, and to her husband a
friend, companion, counsellor, wife
and guide-giving him the aid of a
trained intelligence, loving heart,
anxious, willing hands, and will in-
spire him to nobler aims by a pure
and lofty soul. Her work will not be
bounded by four walls, but will be
found wherever humanity is in need
and the cry for help-is heard; her
charity will not be limited to money
nor cold and formal words. It shall
lead her to nurse the sick, relieve the
distressed, help the unfortunate, re-
prove the improvident and lazy, and
be a support and ever present help to
the lame, the halt and the aged. The
orphan, in his or her desolation and
loneliness, will find in her a com-
forter and a friend. Wickedness will
not flourish near her for her righteous
scorn will wither it until it shall die.
She will teach the highest type of
morality, both by precept and exam-
ple, and her influence for purity and
spirituality will be felt throughout
the world.
Forces are now maturing that will
make the fulfillment of these things
possible for the coming woman, and
in the fulfillment of which she will
infold into the sweetest, most lovely
and perfect flower of civilization.
rylaa ea Schley.

brave, honorable and modest sea-
fighter, who su-cessfully led the I Another Lesson
American forces in one of the great- I Anothe
et, if not the greatest, naval battles j lth.
in the history Vof the worlt. 1, i- in-
deed a very great pity that the polii-
cians and the bureaucrats having the indr
favor of this administration should id No hope
insist upon discrediting and abusing a healt whe yuer a
man who has served his country o are woo. They are the traers
faithfully as Winfield Scott Schley the blood mad mt be kept rimt if
has served the United States of Amer- ym're to ha health
0=, su b Cur is 8!rarod
ica. b pitfkdLb m -
Admiral Sampson's friends should A' ect heam av o s.k e *lsr-
be satisfied with the fact that their J1 a 3 bodo t.d I? lee
favorite oLtained the prize money .1 we. c );hdar ku" X.. ~s'
won in a battle in which he did not a se SI se f a w-dm I0_A My
participate, and that his face is to ol's Cu Th I. L S
grace a medal that is to commemor- 0 "0"t"'Il d nd ma. u oeee
ate a fight in which he did not take r-dy-I A."
part. It should be sufficient for them BAI R i tb a l .
that Admiral Schley hea never made N SALVEistheeses.
any claim as to his part in the great or aleb Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
battle in Santiago Bay; that he has or eyAti
been content for the newspaper cor-
respondents and other witnesses to A A
give the facts to the American people.
The difficulty is that thee statements i
have convinced the American people AI M

.day and entitled to all the honors at
the hands of a grateful people, even B Commeret Baok. Jae sville.]
though he is denied the emoluments o
in the way of prize money and med- APIT A T .50,000
als.-Commoner. C -530
The ere la SeemIn o .a Ufe.
There ae many heroes in every day Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
life-as brave as those who ever faced Prompt Attention to all Busines Entrusted to our Care.
a cannon's mouth-of whom the great Exchange Bought and Sold.
world hears nothing, and to the few
who'do, their names are quickly for- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
gotten; yet they lay down thier
lives for humanity even more dis-
interestedly than those who lead
armies to victory.
Here on our own shores a young A D
man loses his life in attempting
to save a comrade from drowning. In
Indianapolis not many months ago a
negro stepped into the very jaws of
death so his companion might be res- A R D R
used for the sole mason that his com-
panion was a married man with a sh a d
,family and he was not. In a city in A D oo
New Jersey an old lady attempted to
cross a railroad track. A train was F
rapidly approaching. Her deafness
made her ignorant of her peril. A
young man who saw her danger, al.- READY M 4 ART n p INs,
though a total stranger, sprang in=
front of the advancing train to rescue
her hut was too late. The locomo-
tive struck both and both were killed. Reliable
These are simple instances in the Reliable G.den --ADATalr FO wiR
ordinary trend of life where ordinary LAT
men show the spirit of God that is n rsts or m Field See
IBerms Owes -Sea*- GrIm_----ASn s
them and invite a hero's death, not in ,W CoB s.3 mec m m u seia and__s______

blazing shipwreck, where heroism li J .t a
and self-sacrifice would be heralded I s E nh l rieu as ee U
before men, but in the obscure walks ONLY OARmFULL.w TrSTSO S ~SDo aS r 0U.
of life where the sacrifice of a life
would make no more of a stir in the THE EXOELSIOR SEED FAR S,
busy world than the dropping of a THE mFrING BROTHERS COMPANY.
pebble in the deptb" of the ocean. P O Boa 8 I3. JACKSONVILLE, FS
Yet if we test the heroism of these
men by the real standard that meas-
ures the higher and nobler impulses
of human nature, who shall say that TJjlE SOU'THLANDR ABBITRIB
their names are not worthy to be
enrolled with the mightiest of earth's Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred
A sublime authority has said:
"Greater love bath no man than
this: That a man lav down his life
fors it not make a person have a From recent Imprtatioal5, Q'een Lipton, Yorkshire Lam

nobler feeling for his fellowmen, a.d Dash Prnnt es, Kin; WVautage. Duke William and Dash
is it not some consolation to know,that Wonder. Write us,
in every community there is a Wash-
ington, or a Patrick Henry. or W. D. MORTON, r.
G(irant, or a Lee, or a Decatur M



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lmw1fakIec at aew't (or ouly .() tcutA. On
thim iwIami% the-enormous-, aviug of
iJc*til fisbt v a year In wagon tralu-por-
tat ial wa'uld1 r--ult fraina perfect high-
wayin ii every "c-tion of the e'ouutry.
A i'tittr Mden (f thle magnitude of
hi-i greoat -i'tavg may lit- drawn from
tile favt that thle total an iaval Value of
all farin 1'rodwt-l its i-" .iiut-thling ~like
's.e~.,htt~iall(it that jitue- a'dv ia

!i:tlh *-t tw-tity leer cclit. ef that
a111. 1111" I.11'.het~ax red urn! ol tse en-
1L;' c ,jultrv how that Iwe trf'~* f
tag2*lNW win t-ar fo'r Me ti.i ~

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p.II rnresae-iat ii I, tiit. 1 -4 o

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t' tiole 't w modrate!vrie- wl to
luak.- il:iait. li ve-Ay -a;H,,!.! Thi-

I, .r . I lihe t'*.ni try <, f it.t- r.otle ., ttin
-.-.1 pl;tat*.t-l til- -esV-,:n ail '\ve.r tlhe
%*:. I-'inud tlelt i. much l,.s than us-
;;tl. I'.- o':.* f l the .mail dit!lerei.e- inl
i. re-li/-d between tit* lhigih liand
S, rale, to,,ttlonsi. On )li' O)jut of tthe
wi:.t **f 'are- iin planting well sele'-ted
-.. *# :hl-rr- is no iue-tion but t at
there wil te a much larger lrol-rrtion
,of a regular stalle in the coiuing crop
than for years, and the s:tamne will con-
tinue year after year. until a greater
*l.rtfrenevu in price is made ini cotton
si.owilig wa-.te anti other ie.
The Sea Island cotton crolp as a
whole, we consider, never was in as
seri-ou a condition to receive a mate-
rial see Iack as at the present time.
The large prolortiou of the crop be-
itg do iTekward, drought. rins,
shedding, rust, caterpillar or frost
would surely cut our estimates to a
large percentage les. There is hut
litar pemopect of the average amount
of cotten being marketed early on ac
count of the lateoess of the coming
crop. regardle of prices that might
be offird. Of eoure any prediction
made at this stage of the crop is large-
ly guem work, but we feel disposed to
estimate the crop of 191) 'ol at 95,W)O
to IW.4,i bales, as all our estimates
for the last three reasons have fallen
short of the final results.
Telegraphic reports frots all over
the sea Island cotton belt show
a& a whole it is favorable to the
itr a ingiK rop ion Augut IIt.
A Raging, Roaring Flood
WnV.l.-A down a telearraplh line which
C'a.. t". Elli., oaf l.islaon, Ia., had to
re pair. 'Stautliig waist dep1, ini i.y
wartr." lie write-. "gave mie a terrilhle
*-old and c',,uItl. It grew wor- daily.
Finally the twst lhotor- ill Oakland,
N-i, ts.:',ux<'ity and m ()alinths-aid I had
tco.,tumrution anu could not live. Then
I Ilegan uilng Dr. Kiug's New Dis-
covery aln was whlly cured by six
bottle ." l'oitively guaranteed for
coughs, cold- and all throat and luUn
trouble tly Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. Price -5r. 5
s0on ROADS.

Their Comfeot, Luxury and Saving.
It i, eitiium itd that the public roads
of the Ul'ited States aggregate 1,.5Fi,-
,ri' miles in length. The somewhat
emurervative estimates of Gen. Roy
lStone, of the UI. S. Department of Ag-
risulture-, plact the total wagons
tr r.I-ortation. at apIproxinlttely .~i ,-
e.h, **G, t,:;-. T1ie averse dlistanrc' of
haul its placed at eight miles, and the
average co t of transportiuln one ton
that iistane IN aitnumed to te *2.
rhi. i*ke-. the total yearly ,-o-t of
w oagin freightinle a rounId Ibillion *,f
dollar-. All thi. is that the
rotad- of the country are in their pres-
eC' tt iniat'prvt ti.- r.adl- A,,- put in 'irst a'las.x coltdi-
t:o, and t,:.ught I" s..tietliiti; like
th.- .tatle ,of pterfection in whin'L wee
tid the te it fiortign couiutries, it is
clatiuted Iy those who are in a posi-
a.In, to know that thi atmie ton of
treight wouldd |be tranieporttd the same-

QSO'*LEMZE. get the New Novel Liscovry

Curt% Gcouorihoea and Gleet in one to four days.
It- action i magical Prevents stricture. All
cotmplprt roI be carried in vest pocket. Sure
Srcventatlve. sen- Iv mall in plain package.
prepaid. on receipt oi price. $S per box, three
for $2.50. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, Fla.



A new and complete treatment, consisting of
buppt'sitones. CaTsuleo of Ointment and two
Itboxe of Ointment. A never failing cure for
I'le, of ever nature and degree. It nlakes an
uperaticn with th knife. which i- paiuril. and
oft-n reun!ts i .ieath. uiinecessary it v .. eti-
dure this terrib:e- diseaase We pack a written
u:Iarant-e i:n) ;-ch Si box No cure, no pay. 5 X
and 5: a lox. lr 5-. Seut by mail. Samples
P',g TIljf(M i. di"le'i Preventled. 1'v
VY\a Tap I.iver P'-lkt-tC the
1t.- t :-ve- and touimach regu!ator am i blocd
' t:-i--er in;ld and pleasant t, take: es-
1,w-cial'v "idapteld ltr chi:drent's ute. FIitty dosts
c. Anti-M'mop'. lriDrug Store. Ocala. 2


T( -'.C AND VITALIZER' -l'at W rtitn
Sr: tr irt- ::ervea,u .1. hilitv. lu'.t it ili dv.
-vi i t .."Ithe n ervi;'- -,'aV-tlm,-n aiiVel b% Im
r Il-st-t- 'f tobacco. uL'p:U!2I
a- I t ncl t h pace that kill-t." it ~ 'ai-
i ;,tilui 8ana l death. It c 'lc
-:.' : 1.i- r7e 0. YVouth.a n 1 It' 't mt.


H A R "

l)(~I. SASH AND i;l.iN. :


Then the baby
Syiv nervous, .' .

is tii !.c-r .-* -
I. .- 4 -..

Florida is All Right.
S r. J1hn D. Robertson has just re-
turned from a trip down the west
t'oaat and is in ecstacies over the sub-
i stantial progress% it is making. Pine.
Samples, oranges and all manner of
fruits are ting grown, and as a vege-
tal.l- section it is measuring strength
with the east coast fairyland.
The interior also is donning its best
bih and tucker. Its orange groves are
again coming into bearing; the corn
yield is the biggest in years and the
fattening of cows and hogs promises
to become an industry that in time
will divide honors with the great
It seems that if Florida is not all
right she is fast getting so.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one
of the penalties for violating this law
Is pilee. Keep your bowels regular
by taking a dose of Chamberlain's
8mSmach and Liver Tablets when
necewsry and you will neer have
that severe punishment inflited upon
you. Price 25 cents. For sale by An-
ti- Monopoly Drug Store. m
Better Tbha Old Bearing government
A. S. Campbell, of Bassinger, Fla.,
hasa grapefruit tree that netftd him
last year $230. That leads to the re-
mark that a pecan tree in Florida is
worth more than one, an orange tree,
more than two, and a grapefruit tree
more than three interest-bearing gold
bohd... These treats grow while you
Would Have Cost Him His 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
There is to be a picuic at Lovers'
Lane the 23d of August. There will
be an abundance of refreshments on
the grounds. Everybody is invited to
go and carry with them well filled
For Whooping Cough.
"Both my children were taken with
whooping cough," writes Mrs. E. O.
Dutton, of Danville, Ill. A small
hottle of Foley's Honey and Tar cured
the cough and saved me a doctors bill.'
Anti-Monopoly trug store. m











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Hubbard & Macduff.

Ocala, Fla.


Wholesale and Retail

4roeorie5, raiq


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



Canned fruits and vegetables. "-White Rose" brand.
Evaporated fruits. nuts, raisins. prunes, dates, fancy
crackers and candles. canned meats, fish and milk.
Farrinaceous goods. etc. In a world. a COMPLETE
GROCERY ST(OCK. clean and fresh. Just received
a car of "-Harvest King." THE BEST Flour ever
brought here: in barrels and half barrels. One hun-
dred cases octagon Soap. Potash and Pearline.

My Prices are Always -Low
Full Cou*t, Dewn Welght. Heaplng Meamnre am d
Prompt Service.

OCALA N. W. Cor. Square]



(Succe.ssor ti Standley, Cranlbrd & Co )

Oulr I-Zecord

Since entering the Wagon and Har-
ne" Iusiiiess. early 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 CLentral Florida. Our hutn-
-dreds of customers will tell 3ou of our
satisfact(oryv dealings, and we desire
to thank our trade for their literal

Our Intentions.

Having courrol now of the entire
business, I intend to carry a still more
complete aud varied stock, including
nut only Buggies, Waglns, Harnues
and SaddlcrX, but all the associate
nlid supplemental lines. I have the
very Ibest facilities for buying and sell-
ing, and will give my entire att-etion
to se uri ug Ihe memm U aniaactory sod
and making tbh lowest prices. I will
at all ties be able to sell you bheter
rod,!s at a given prkie than yo- eas
obtain elsewhere.

TO 0'1K OILD CI''ITOMERI: We solicit a continuance of your
trade. which we promise to handle with more satisfaction than Lefore; and
from those who have never houabt of us we atk a chance to do business, feel*
ing that a trial purchase will uean a coutiuuance. To satisfy our eustomeri
is our constant aim. S. A. STANDLETY

H W 1 &L W QUIN Faust C,('> of Florida
Hotrl I.',iquina is situatted n a bluff directly overlooking the While it ,tfr.-' all the delights of the sea shore, it is only ten minutes walk. or
five minutes by horsecar, from the oraune groves and palm shaded walks on
the taLtks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station,
being connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of
leIon, orauee. and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oleander and palmetto.
River, ocean, surf-hathing aud tiue fihing. The climate is delightful, and is
hinitrijial in .'a-es of overwork or nei vou:4 prostration.
Will ,pen about the tir4t of June. but will h,- in a position to take care of
zue-t-' after Mayy :th S.uiuu-r rates: '2 p-r day; $8 to$12 per weeK. 424
For further information :acidress .. D IB. THE'ON. Ormood. Fla.

Also Successor to Vankeeo ovelty Works)

R ugh and Finishing Lumber, Mantles

School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Do'r a1nd Wilndow Frames. Railings, Pulpits. Bedroom
Sui:-. Kitchen T'ables and Safes. M3oldings. Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.
E-: ti:ia:r-l promptly furnished.








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- Tas the wag o fto wiemin e maiden
(o h&ebansk cA th MeRatchemaha
Awsismaher loer. game mien.
Wh had "s to oN okpqa
ob. wwhyace themu say. Tustemutge.
my loer homfar H Hckpoicbelc
%" b b mo fer of Miccmgge.
TW rival fri nWithlacombeel
vW othm nwhogather round me.
nf tbreau of char: and war.
ab, my lre, bacste up the Kaimiamee
MW W r wetll wander atar.
weD1 gois the mtlacbstcootce.
vi c mmunch em afasit ramm
^agm w ha hjad ChLattahooeCee.
lAud onm", off Punta Kamm
Ym Uwify down Cakossmhetchie
a-PII g t m Ckeclob
ro wsh lau of MImshatchae.
LaM 011HPO Salt atft.
Dro wn arom am sTahoopekcaliga.
Phn s esp oold Suiwausee.
-*i nthe mce of Worobokalapa
rTo kawfll asa Okabompkee.

Wht Are the Wisles of the People Stat ir k ts.
To the People of Marion county: The 0. 8. & F. railroad is trying to
At the August meeting of the swamp the state fair management. It
county commiselones Maj. Healy is goinr to show everything from Pa-
and other prominent gentlemen ap- latok to Maeon, and has applied for
peared before the board, the object of 200 feet spa. The fair is a success?
their presence being to ask the board Well, I reckon.
to apTropriate funds for getting up a Duval county has voted $300 for an
county exhibit for the state fair to be exhibit, and, if applications for space
held in the city of Jacksonvlle in mean anything, Duval will be in it.
November, 1901. Obeeola wants it all, as usual. She
After considering the depleted con- will show horse, cattle, fruit, vegeta-
dition of the county treaty, I bles and sugar cane. Well, now,
thought, as a repreentative of the bripg the balbee, and the $250 will
people, it was my duty to ask that begoe.
this matter be referred to the people You may all think you've got geee,
for an expression of their wiashe as to ut when you see Parmenter's, from
whether the board should borrow range Park, you will never him
money for this purpose. ain.
After conderation, action wa de-o
ferred until the September meting, 8ome of you will know where W-
that the people might have time and ton county is after the fair. If she
opportunity to advise, either through don't raise. Dornges she tr0 ofv
the commissioners of the several thing else Don'tstepon the tail of
I-r -A-;

Wetlla Weva. HnomoVM tricts or meet in mass meeting, as
Ctoirwta nad Ocklawaha. .styma
r tfmaroLakr chebck~ -- they may elect, and say whether or
d yello r Apetachicola not the appropriation of money for
-r mOkerrlooket to Ockloclknu this purpose would meet their appro-
tram Tallalh er down to the sea. nation.
aweay trom aIlcsnc- that might -hock there I, for one, earnestly request some
ellu foto'rr smooth Apalachee. action upon the part of the people,
T the Talia Apopka we II otherwise I will be left to act upon
Hte to the haunt* of the .weet al!tgstor, my discretion. N. A. FORT.
a thelw othlamd we 1r find u* a home,
*eweth the hr-ath ruf the trnl equat',! Ches Exoursie to St. Petersbrg.
bvt ah ortd ,y the ]ve of Wyomi On Saturday. Aug. 24, the Plant
.rrk Ichc and fait Pcmmiwa. i System will rub a very cheap excur-
4. eeded me fair g mio.ouki. -* son to St. Petersburg, and the tickets
SKIR ce to HNhROE. will be good to return until Tuesday,
Aug. 7, giving two full days-Sunday
Latst Lterary ews. and Monday-in 8t. Peterburg to
he sale of thousands of:copie of a those desiring to stay there that long. imeguie at one tr It wll also give an opportunity to
mpr was a very curious happening vist the Manatee river.ot.
a the tim o f the Chiago World's The naturalattrati of St. Pe-
hitr. 'm dlopolitan prepared a tsbrg at this season, such as bath
Wed ltr irmber, eotrimted to l, fishing, boating. and visits to the
beamy Umo writer, mac d thor. nearby orange groves and pnerie,
S raode twhat nit surpemed wll make the trip to that lovely re-
-m ti met e pensive book la eart one of unalloyed pleasure to the
ad u o that t tw been sed. In visitors. The public park aAd vil-
emdg ote magazine was printed lion, i addition to the hotels, bourd
"um two sets of pla only, amd gIn house, docks, etc., will offer a
wbem tse we worn out it was im comfortable retreat.
pwse witot a gst ls of time, The train will leave Ocala at 3:2
s put Irther edition n the p p. m., and the rate will be $1.50 for
The a ne alr taking advantage of the round trip, tickets limited to re-
hs emdiUto, raised the price of the turn on any train up to, and inelud-
Mmep.aitn'a World's Fair number ing Aug. 27. Parties desring to do
to e dlar a copy. A few es so can only use their tickets to San
me evem made toward the close at Antonio, Tarpon Springs, Dunedin,
T phe oe figure of five dollars. Clearwater and other points en route
tondebtdly this happy being is unfilue instead of t. Petersburg.
St oi hory oIf magpaati lit-erture. u Further information will be cheer-
dh history oflita wi endeavor to ur fully furnished by Miss J. C Maughs,
ho Cosmopolitan will endeavor to cit ticket ate: Ay, o a, depot
pspeat It pset succem with a PIan-city ticket agent; A. E. Jolerly, depot
k~einn FExposition Number, which 'ticket agent; F. M. Jolly, division
wttl heeven more attractive, if possi- passenger agent, Jacksonville; W. V.
Me, than its Wtorld's Fair predeces. Lifsey, division passenger agent,
WW. Tampa; B. W. Wrenn, passenger
The most faluous writers: of the traffic manager, a savannah.
countryy have tbee' invited to take Judge Barton Will Move to Ocala.
iart in the preparationr of thi! issue. Judge Barton has bought the Vereen
tAter many day.' careful study of all restaurant and hotel in Ocala, and
:.e wonderful us.eline of the Exposi- will move his family thereto and take
:.1 more thaut':a hundred rhoto- p~,session in a few.days, or as s mion as
graphs have Iern prepared. which, he can dispose of the centrall hot-i
"ake~n &a a who,,l-. ilve a thorough furniture at this place. Thi:- %o;
su etptit on of th- naurvel- fo th!i Ex. nece-arily make a change in the ', ,
'DIitIlon. prietor awl ulagentlt oif the o t-
it li doubtful if aniy i ,ok,.k. ellig at tral hotel, but as there are,-eve-r, i r-
'frty tiuoe, tthe l~r-'e 'f the tma~az'ine, tie- anxioi- to rent thie ldae, v' ...
will give any d4-- *r4.ti)n (,f the Fair one will be readylto t-ake t. .Il- .. it
which will al'.r, *,,.h in intor.-: ,iand a- s';,o a- the Julire give- pj --, : -
t rti-ti'- valu- It.i .- t.i ( i JutiY t Itrt in l, i ho t- the, al ,
-41t'sti. `.,, ty iutlyj andl li, re n..v i

-Orr to 1: 11. irl111fu
4-3 T' 4 'tOllie
ow wtI!.

*A i r

Expert Testimony

.f-! \I M
A- "I.'.

I atirr Ie I I

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I "- I-I11

.4111Wi *a.'et .\ 'ii *'t w (ax. I 0Kit It.

ti -I-A.- I

~iw*-te lI I t- u.* *I9-1 -t- ;-tr r.
M it-' k -1 kala ''+l 3a u Us'~ It
.40 eot wi(n.t i-I nl'r ".of
#urW-u. t f.'Ea t t thte

'bt Iwadmattelf t., Aiiv jiirr. It the
FaGU at ISiuga;g a- a ;n.amr under
Witnetit aO dea(IO !1.W ll, Ii I-eel: (olr-
viviotl of isurdr t V t %. t 'ittehi I Z..&tth.
-it-. almurd and! tuvawti .rtlky evidence.
140 am ie u Is 194 'art 1.lI. I t.Wiohteux. If
.wi -elvetrsoutedt the ttse cof New
it rk will Iw sgu' -y to r aaji:atiou,.

r,-ignat:ti' will leave that i' i
ilt-- va' :it ani l thie ,veri;,r w
,.;i ll ,' 'ii,,.n t<, all,,n, t + n>nr on.- ,
ti; i;. s .}i I ter'in.
We ar, -arry titat lar a I
*I l'i.'1 !te \'e ii-. hfi Iv i:-' in i;. a j
S,'l r-,',ria- a c uity urtliiul. ;.il' -
a "' .'r l and ir li int lu#-iIr4hl;or. I
"l" -< (ll r't i'i'e i- |atiitdl to +te* t ,-. i
J'i,' ..i "'i ,l ''t'li!v inive tru t ul t ,t-
a ', ..:''y, iut wi i-li for them ia n -
p, ::inl ;l.n t-l.t-r, n ru life in their new "
Li." .-I'yI rinews i'hi on'cle.
Almost Incredible.
S. i ,.* Ow : t ea, -'.:k-- n r S:ava i ta'li

o--it ;;.. vh ait, a -olutely cr [n-
S -.;- .-. i: l include cirl, niutir e-
!," i:'i,."'.: e*ven I" hinted i t iI

T' :. '.t:i l'* i ill whlithli e nlet lis'
S.. --n .'- hliat ii' redii)i ata i .

A ,'tr: tie -ide of the railway track
a r--w i.*r was driven into the earth.
To ti- \VWa-hington was forced and
wa-" lu;:n to it inl a sitting position.
Hi- egst- extended straight in front of
hiim -. t-xlher side of the bar. A
*hain i held him fast around the
wai-t. while a heavy rope encircled
the bar and his neck. Washington's
vi.-tir had been asked by the leaders
of the mob to apply the torch to the
pyre. but at this office her soul re-
volted, and she declined. Her hus-
tiand was selected in her stead.
Washington looked straight into the
vet iof 'lairk a thea latter atnnril

ner coat.
After Soi- of Ziba King's Dollars.
A ease involving $60,(0W) of the Ziba
King estate is creating considerable
interest in Tampa, says the Tribune,
of that city. Col. Peter 0. Knight
and Judge Beggs, of Orlando, are at-
torneys for the estate, and Maj. St.
Clair-Abrams, of Jacksonville, is ap-
pearing for the plaintiff, who is a
In 1887 Judge King purchased $2),-
000 worth of cattle from the widow of
Abner Johnson, and paid for them.
Now the child claims that Johnson
had given her some of the cattle, and
that her mother had no right to sell
This legal battle, which is now on
in Tampa, is being watched with in-
test, for it is a fignt between legal
Abner Johnson formerly lived in
this county.
Mad a Retuer Tiket.

More or less spirits of fermenti were
eaqumed by some of the excursionists To
to Ocala on the last excursion to that Th,
city last time, and several brains
became rattled and tongues loosened
as a consequence, not to mention the
skulls that were cracked or the con-
sciences that were seared. One of the
loosened tongues was spitting out
anathemas and billincstate to such an To
extent that it became obnoxious to Th
the more decent around him. Finally
to induce to rest an old gentlemen
said, "Say, my friend, are you not
afraid you will go to h- if you don't T
stop cursing?" The loo1ened tongue t
was ready with a reply, and siucth was T
its abandonment and assurance that
the interrogator concluded that he had
struck a nut too hard to crack. It
was: "I don't care a d- if I do: I've
got a return ticket."-Li -e Oak Demn-
Stepped Into Live Coals.
"Vl h-n a child I burned my foot
fririh:t.ilv." wri;s W. H. Eads, of
.J V "" hicli tiaused horrible To
;etg -ort)' : ;, #:%A i.--. Iut Bucklen's
Artnici .S.!v. ~t i. eured me after
v,.', : ." Infallible for
-. -. -,r, -. bruises and
pi ",, ., i \.. :-Monopoly Druz
'o 5

From the Ocala Evening Star of
April Ist, j901.
-tiie led to Mr. George
C eb. 'f.,' -:-:t'E adlettuee
%Vt It wmiiFoia

I tc s~r:1 .* i-faill trucker
ra; ilt-!a Ft" w '. .z norou.t and
\l a. ) !:l~ti.* ':' -.'' I fro u the
1 1-t reliable J. 'I. Suttoni,
'iv lii laiiitt1 to iel

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~b NotrwM. alU we pt
meat we mMy as yl let
it a a e. Tim anle imas
is toog at-i o "sat
18y "a be a"
it. It Ipas to be wA i
biyilg meal rt sr, CS a
the bestS Pad sOhela.

wh a l nlM t mfel e& Yaw

bowe sad ogo bl bl I W

MAU S3 a" 4 aMy EWkh *ks l


Liquors, Wines, Beer, GIar


Prompt and Satisfactory Service Assured Everyone.
lletesima Block. *

The plant System


Via all rail



Via S.S.

The'Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston. Rich-
mond and Washington.

The Southern Railway, via Savannah. Colum-
bia and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Jesup. Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Sav. Columbia & Ashville
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trans-
portation Company for Baltimore and Phila.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York. Wash-
ington and Baltimore.

Key Vest and Havana.

Via Port Tampa and
'lirh Peninsular and
Oceid-e thi Steamnship
Cion:pan v.

Nova Scotia and Prince Edw l ris Island

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

Summer Tourist Tickets
Will lIe on sale at all points on the Plant System to the priitipal iun'utain.
lake and seaside resorts throughout the country until :eptelletr ;^. i,i.lutive.
limited to return until October :1.
Cheap excursion rates to BUFFALO. account fxo;ition.
enabling, passengers to visit Niagara Falls.
Adilrelsse of parties in the North seut to the unu'l-rignud wii Ihe it-eraily
supplied with all information and hand-ome adv-rtisiuu matte-r.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call ,,n .r v rite to
F. M. JOLLY, Div. Pass. Agt., 133 West Say St.. JacksotrtT la.
W. ,EnSlAM, Gen'l Supt., B. W. WEN, P. Pus. Trait r.
Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga.
Arr Galno tNLlI I ~



Hacker &t SOn.

lri e i -I t
els of' al, t'ilipul wrniU-1nI..\I1t.!s
all i IuII I'l e514 I di ~t .i 1~i.4q;.
Price --m -s.-

This signature i-. t th.% genuine
Laxative [ku;r..m ( AjiraijlC Tablets
the reMedY that curcs ai t c)! 1. oul ay


ar H m

Do not be deceived 1by those who ad-
vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
$20.00. This klud of a machine can
be bought from us or any of our
dealers from $15.00 to $18.00.

Mt avilAcrt ;

Ia'tdo0w al Fancy Glass A Spectia3i
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ard thereby save
Ofice and wareroom. King oppoite O4aooc

A Galln of PTRI IN.RMD OIL ulwd
with a llon oa

eAk 2 a2 msof h th. ram s PAsN?
iS the wou

f! "u-rjpah b1JL W4 "N 0=1=rru y
PONOMr BArrua PuxvT b"GetuuDornor
?Arlrr u~uta.-'' ,rdo the m oe~J
and is grund mi 'w Tuuiu.
,Diawbfemad It tlinfth com"
,r O ru r t UT. 1 4 0a1 v ft g

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-00, di -0

a1'-" a''t I'
.9 it f' K1. l -, ,t
S '**-, L ta r giW n- rr'i

5 'Irvtbb '~ in 11%-ow
a a .c t'in 'a u.~at 'Yte'In.. r

Lt W~r~ uKL I.a WtIc~ra4'

mS..~se Old "

A ko.% Wo-. muastbormsaian a Elwre
-04 "IV 11j'iwr ag61*eu voAO,&t.
t VO Wte 11116-1 -41-10 ham kA~PUtadA~oft i
as so I vu T41 woder.that thy wer
n1W1 .t 'I1 Utr'Cgshe bw htil hats-
sand --,'I1 C .*
In a,,I wat i- a.i smadothrough *b.h
n.4 m i I t c jv l P 1Ula o hIto lfl m,

16--ismaw1v&1144 -tid% ian z,,4
I cee~'*
so-t.-.%.% Eve-ftastiolAdam -'.. total
4601 %%v thuu tij* akobvv riure-

f su i tu-l Aessm %. 'mttainly tbT

witf. mHac. hotwopt'-r. *,n Wel
saVow" t o( the Weary ihs. the j sale
bduvimc. wor' a m. glaUli'. --as.'fl
wmCmg a UIe this
Ku. % I sad Adam ti. ltI
Wrfvvf das. W Vt c -qLd il* l"r~-
a ( rW if 19 9%Ad 4 %U hbe taptal

of K,.wo 6 is mWAdam %'Imd would
m'4IIIY tn, I.*=I*
Qmw W Alive das F. w oil Adamo
s" I Adin %:,4 Eve. Touether tkwy
rot *way wah t.9ml
S o tif tve %IAAm. Adam .l2Aa

Wo 'blak thi a tot0 a e&fUMfi lt-nt
,#wit f. .r gt tmqs% weadml Eve b4
A~ %idam if be %I:'.. %12.L4.ko.p

V To ti-iC l oe 41 141. "'! many atuil

".re-.'sr...avv fia-r -w orrf ow
-,..~( r. *r~t ll '- 1Ail (t ill %1 ", 14.

txr) r r)lgt .c~~

It o -w-.--tjiy .'lcmr tawl rvmsoaauehlt
to* wAul.l ma;; Itat "oti Adavu aud tEve

wV' t.uijo-r anid tAk othrr bharary
$$Wlo ii-,( cars oto) walt fsi their
rmqaiar .f u.-i Lv,, Evewh"rn %ho 14.
%14 .4-vr -r rv'ugtb and that MUaM
!f bw '14 .4..f bis sclrlgth &I"".
Tlwfv-. ." flg artu don't lie. Adam
ant i F --a t 14a t ta ue'ate 1IM. #;:. 4*4

X.- a* .prsrarc u.'rry '.,r !lL.'il

*am ts-. ues vewn. eeesJngele
Ow"6" I soe a" me eise To
0 ued o "

%tiasta %we.

Th Famous Atlanta Optician -
J. F. EDWARDS has filed with the County
SCommissioners oft Marion county, in the State
of Florida. hi application for a permit to sell
Sliquors, wines and beer in Election District No.r
of said county and state: that such application
will be acted upon '-. the aid board of county
cumrmissioners at the next regular meeting.
which will he held on the


Highest Award Diploma of Honor.

Established I11% .

rhese Famous Glamaes for saie by

: \yesirht Tested Free.
auctionn Hawkesr' laies. are never
jttdled. 1Be ure tlat "Flawkes" is
-tarmpl ,on frame. 2-*


it to me Tax Certiricate No. 't- of August
-th '., c enangthe following land in Marion
cunt., Flonrda. to wit east half of southeast
quarter ectuon c,. township :3. south, range 23
-ant and upon qaid certificate has demanded
trIn me a tax deei.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
trom the date of this notice, unless redeemed.
:t( r my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated Auagwt 1o. !,oi. T SISTRUNK.
:teal; Clerk Circuit Court.


Spreented to me tax certificate No. 341.
,ale of Ag et -th. 1i9. covering the following
lud K Mrn- county. Florida. to-wit: Com at a
pt 1 Vd an of sw cor of Ae! of se.. sec 2. tp 15.
,. r x). e. thence n 1u11' yds. e roo5 vas, s 1m-2
vd@. w ydt-5.o6 acres, and upon said certifi-
cate sas demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
trom the date of this notice. unless redeemed. it
r my attention to a tax deed to the said
Datrdi Aug *or'.
'iri "-. T IrSrTRT'NK.
C. tClerk Circu:t Cotrt.


k "aHN %1VH')o-~- IHAS IPRESENT-
-- ...,. -vr.'ir tig i".- wi-,g and '.nIMairion
r, ,WAtquateroth--t .ia'ter t
i-t tiia't er -- : .n M townti i --. -u11th
n.:'ge Clt .:1.: pn~aupon -.aer.c:i'at" !has (1,y'
mandr-'l 'niwa me a ta.x ICed
Thr'l,-ore *.t-: *lie rzxpir:ittor. ,fiirtv Ilavs
I'II"It, iltr -4 :'s ri n' tc--t'<,:t-vmed. it
n%' :nitenti.' :on rt.,s a tax Aeei I th ie'oid
tintt-s uI g A. 'T KI
Clerk C:re'zt Court.


n nation for teacher- wall commenceoni
-,-,da r ,ter, h.,-r / -,, ..
and ,a-t three dlayv White applicants wi!l meet
at the < w-ala High,'-l buildingg and c,!'ored
avpiicant- in Howard Academy at 'clock on
atbove (ate.
fmue.tion. In peT'iagog~' wi!: ae taken trom
Fitch Lecture- .,n Teaching. sold '>v H. & W.
R Drew Co 'nck-,nv l!' Fla.. price one dollar.
apri&ic.ant. wi'" 4rp:-.y thvmnielve- with paper.
prn- annd ink. UW D. CARN
-ttper'.t eudtent.


- tminal -111 3

ruscl a% a a1-.r Smea-W ItIatist! %I.ra I
y..artfiftolewta men 'suj!it 0Yt tile'

th a 5 a. cr"I- rt ,he el"hai' lut
am ,and -11b vgawuhu m, grvwwu ov onfl
erua a1t.. a -irtyvo-t. after whbt!h

tlh a.6.- an#-

rit J 'ic Stt4.'ti~i'T'~ '. $1A*
the. I tx


Chill Tonic....

Setter Than
Calomel and Quinine...
"* The Relible

* The Old Reliable"

*aicu:? ''t -i l-'Ft. -;*.i i;I. Circuit
-n.:a i n.! f-)r Mar' in oIf'n-

.'aI I ". i~.r ides'nt e nti'lr .-'i; .,:iant cu.
'."er .te rmcLant i~i this cause bt -and she it
rt.-' s t-uirrd tl t. ,pe .to the- 1a; In this
,tiC '5

further r cidce-ed th:at t!i:. .arwr I, e pub-
,.hrtit,,uel d we-k 1' righ ei ti i:Vt' weeks
n '"it -'an Banner
Vhii -tinen tih A i :'.,
\ nr:.zrari-i ~ C'crkL :Couirt

tit 't ..lfnda ia n ;Sa:,'mbfr A. D. :9o,
at i: o'lock in the a. m. of said day. and th-.
boord 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 should
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commismion-
era. of Marion county, Florida.
This the 5th day of August A. D. igot.
Chairman Board of County Commismsoners.
Clerk S8-


I The Carmichae! & Son Co.. has tiled with the
Board of County Commissioners of Marion
county. in the -tateof Florida. their application
for a permit to sell liqu.or%. wines and beer in
Election District No. i of -aid county and state:
that such application will he acted upon by the
said hoarI! of county commissioners at their
next regular meeting, which will be held on the
'i 4t .Virdavy .a S-tr, mi i- A.. D.,
at :, oclock in the a m. of the said day. and
the ioard hereby calls on auy citizen of such
election district who may l estretodo 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 Forida.
This the nth day of August A. D. rtol.
Chairman Board or County Commissioners.
Clerk. 9

nOTl or" APIr cAITit 10i PEr i TO

C. P McGRATHr & Compall. composed of
C. P. McGrath and George A. Hutchins. have
filed with the Board of County Commissioners.
of Marion county. in the-tate of Florida. this
application for a permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer in Election District No. i of the said county
and state: that sad application will be acted
upon by said board of county commisionera at
their next regular meeting, which will be held
on the
,t ;t .MVoiddv in Septe'mbe, A. 1. r 9o.
at i.i o'clock a m. of the said day. and the beard
hereby calls upon any citizen of such election
district, who may desire to do so. to show cause.
if any there he. at the said nest regular meeting
of said board why such permit shall not be
granted to the applicant-.
By order of the Board .f County Ccmmission.
ers. of Mirnon county. Florida. this the sth day
of August. A. D i. If W. LONG.
Chairman Board of Cotuvty Commissioner'.
Att!-'t Mar:on county. Fla.
S. T. l e'trtlnk .
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John P. cGallouway hat fi'cd with the Board of
County Commis'-; rne's ot Marion county.
in the _tate of IFortiId his application for a
permit to sell liquors. winae and heer in Election
District No. i oft aid :;intv and state: that
such application will be acted upon by the said
hoard of count commissioners at their next
regular meeting, which wail be held on the
/ .! ,' nd Pi: ', .n ":` !, .r. A :. :,;, .
at to o'clock in the a. m. ;f the said day. and
the hoard herehv calls on any citizen of such
election district who may desire to d, so, to bhow
cause, if any there !e. at the said next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit shall
not be granted to tlie applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commission-
er. of Marion county. Florida.
This the i3th day ot August, A D igot.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Clerk. i16


S undersigned. a, administrator of the estate
ot JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
19/th Day /if cOri'fir. .4 D. :19o,
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 ith April, A D. .:,:.
:9 rteam Est. of James B Campbell. deceased,



n.teriwl :t. me Tax cer::ticate No. :"- aand aios
e I IK:I aIi -th :'*-. covering the following
'.nad n Mariin countMv FI-ri.t'. ,to wit W iotth
a.: "~uruthwe-r t quairtr r-ectin ::. north half
I r? rhwest .;*rtrr and northwest qliart.-r of
it'n.ti rm-t .iq'ari-r -rct:on -. township 14.
--n'ag, ril pon)l ati cert? cat' .as tdemand-
2 ir sm ini 1 :.Z ieedrd
i.'te rr'T' a:>A-r ::" -p-::it:.n.i :;'rtv days
' ,-n hr. ,..te !Ithl. III)':ce. *'it:e-- -eteeined. it
* t\l .I:tert.lcn :* --iit i i b' ed t 'he said
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creditors, legatees and di-tnibutees and all
persons having claims against the estate of
MARY ELIZ4 KEEP. deceased. will present
the same to the undersigneI& administrator with
the will annexed, within the time allowed by
!aw. 'Lily auithenti',ated, for payment, or else
this notice will he pleaded in h 7r of such pay-
ment. MyX poi-t.ffice addrcs ..- McIntosh. Flor-
ida. lulvy th. :cao1.
Admini 'trator with V::: .\nnexed of the Es-
tate cf Maryv Elia Keep. rD-'eased.
Attv. for Adim:mitr.ator


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Through Vestibuled Trains. Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Thm.
Coaches, Perfect Dining Car Serice on all Tr
Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operted in CoB0-cit with &
Plant System from Jcksville.
For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or addre
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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
the Quality of the Article Oovorns the Prioe. Our desire is and has always been to give to the peo-
ple the Very Mest Servie and the Very Boot Ooods that can be bought for the money.
We steady your interest as well as our own, for our interests are mutual, and Pleasing You is Our Ploasuro,
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 Weo Have the
Largest and Best Assorted Stook of Orooeries 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,
and we give you what you want. Our customers will testify to that
fact. We Lead, aid don't wait to be led. At this season of t
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- ... ,. ., ,
apartment. It will give us pleasure to show you the dozens of varieties.
Come to see us, and we'll prove the abl ve facts.
When you want Flour get the hc-s -it i:.- ..,.; 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 th .i f11om :o to -25 cents, and it pays in the results to pay the little difference.
iIHs prove n that it stands head, and, the price nkw i- way down. Try a barrel and b)e convinced of its excellent qualities.

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grads of goods. i)on'i think for : moment that you can get the very best goods at the price
ho!d1. You had just as well expect your crop to grow and yield heavy results by just putting
anything else towards cultivating. Use- thea. ame judgment in !purchasing gods you would in
.rchnaing something to eat. There'e Nothing Too Good to Eat.
*: -ee what we have; see how we sell it; in fact, see how we do business, and we feel satisfied
ofour.s. you soon will be.






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