'miii-bM-ly.
if \Vatlla' e s:,.vll dropped in on
-.,litor lNF-ll !;,r pointers as to "how it
i- dton" lt-e hia-. nut said so through his


:tew-ltla|-r.
-,onme Flrida editors are entitled to
or treated with the decency of argu-
ient. There are others, however,
that can be whiftld off only with in-
secticide.
Ex-.enator 'all and Maj. M. II.
Marks, of this tate, have become co-
partners in the real estate business in
New York City. This paper sincerely
hopes that they will coin a mint of
money.
According to the St. Louis Globe-Dis-
satch, that town has a girl who signs
herself Mis Ethlynne Dyckyson. The
other girls are aid to be awfully jeal-
one ove the arrangement of her
namS.-Atlata Journal.
Soe T'd is eaouing to Georgia.
Wer i at fr tmhe bet that Booker
Wmhast0s MMtate is located in
the emthb, we t never get tosee
any of them w diag republican statee-
men.-Atlanta Journal
The bitteret trial which a man of
worth has to undergo are precisely
thboe which come from the duty or
necessity of paining those he most
loves. Weaknee is always most dan-
gertos in us when it nearest neigh.
hor is goodnesss of heart."

The Brooksville Cotlion Club gave
a very enjoyable dance yesterday
evening at the Jennings Hall in honor
of Miss ram Harris, the accomplished
local editor of the Ocala Banner, who
Is now visiting our town. Every one
had a glorious time.-Brook-wille
star.
The St. Louis Republic thinks the
time is ripe for the democratic party
to make an amault on the tariff. Oth-
er democratic newspapers think we
should continue to push anti-impe-
riam and ant-militaryism well to
the orefot. But the gold standard
is acrsed! We must all bow down and
worship at the shrine of the golden
('elf!
here the digestion is good, and
the general powers of the system in a
healthy state, worms can find no hab-
itat- in the hua body. White's
Crsam V'ermift not only destroys
every worm but corrects all deraage-
meets of the digestive organs. Price
15 cta. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
The daily newspapers are filled with
notices asking for the annullment of
the marriage contract in the divorce
courts by whole regiments of unhalp-
py buultands and unhappy wives, tiut
it is only when "incurable insanity"
is the ground alleged that a certain
Ecterie of little puny Florida newspa-
pers rear up on their hind legs and
,aw the circumambient atmosphere
in a manner that is entirely too ridic-
lalous for serious comment and too
grutewlue for laughter.


The doctor Qometimes passes a harder
retrace than the iudge. But the sen-
trace of the doctor is more often set
ade w ov rruled than is that of the
,udge. In the case of Mrs. Revcraft
girv helow. the doctor sentenced her to
ahout eighteen years of physical punish-
meat and misery. But she rebelled
agailt~ the -rntence, and commenced
the ue ot Ikctor

Ierir ptien In
a Itn ufteeks he
SI a r, W W tr l.t1l.
It %a t".
el the c'r e s-
tectel 1 the uste
ot l o-tor lPit-r:t'
! AV06te lPresei-
tlin. that the are
generally cures of
chronic dlceass.i,
A wlnman suffers .
Vlth diseases
Tq-cuhiar to her sex. she takes medical
treatment. gets no hitter, and has no
hopr, held out to her of improvement.
Tht 1 mn i ter -liscoura.gement she turns to
Ir Ir'-r, Favorite Prescription and
tlt, a promptlt and lasting cure. "Fa-
oulllt l'res.r:,ptitn est.tblishes reg
: irt 'ncsim u -h-athv drainms, hesi ii-
f.t'.rnimt:,o antn ul cerationl ft d cures
tetrin.le r.>knc .t s.
-" ,It vr.,- .- ; ,*.:v hc-..:th bex-ian to fail."
. : r- \1.- Nr' 1 M K(i\ -.:. f t .tnw,, ..
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** M 'I t rof, 0 ? th t
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OMUTINUATION OF THE STORY.


A late issue of the Pensacola Jour-
nal contains the following:
Thanks to Mr. FlagIhr and his legislative
friends, Florida is now in a fair way to '-ome
faionu for something 'ecs agreeat:- than eit::tr
ht-r orange groves or her climate. Li-ten to
this from the Chicago Chronic:
Mr. Flagler's divorce is likely to hold the
Ameriican record in that line for a long Uite to
t inl As insanity was nut a ground :or -ever-
ance of the marriage in any American state,
Mr Flaglrr procured the passage of a law 1-y
the legi-!ature of F!or:da which wculd permit
hmni to secure a legal release from his dementiedt
wi!e. The necessary proceed:ugs in court have
been had and he is now free. When the gentr-
a; assemblies of American states can tIe u-ted to
relihve men of such impediments as sick o: in-
sant wives it would be difficult to suggest
greater degradation of their so-called -ovcr-
et:gntv.
It has been said that a cold, formid-
able, well-told lie can travel twice
around the globle while truth is put-
ting on her boots.
And it is so.
Here the Chicago Chronicle repeats
the story, that has already been told
by the Cincinnati Post, and a whole
tribe of Florida newspapers, that in


no American state is insanity a legal
ground for divorce until made so by
a Florida legislature at the servile
bidding of a man with a well-fillkd
wallet.
In truth, until the recent law was
enacted, Florida was one of the very
few states in the union that did not
include insanity as one of the humane
grounds for annulling the marriage
contract.
The following extract from "A
Commentary on the law of Divorce
and Alimony" by Wm. Hardeastle
Browe, pp. 233-241, is printed for the
sole purpose of showing how utterly
In error are the newspapers that have
rehearsed the story first promulgated
by the Cincinnati Post:
ARKANSAS.
Adultery. Drunkenness one cear.
B:gamy. Force or fraud.
Consanguinity and
affinity. Id:ect or, Conviction of felony." In.ti at, ,n
Crue:tv Intolerable treatraentL
De-ernion, one year. Non-age.
CALIFORNIA.


Adu te-rv.
Bigamy.
Conviction of fe:r
Craelty.
Iksertion. two ye
DT-ankenness

Adultery.
Biamy
Consanguinity an
affil
Convictioof fe:on
Cruelty.
Deerton. three y
Drunkenness.


Force or fraud
Vy, Impotence.
Miscegenation.
ar- Noa-age.
Non-support.
GEORGIA.
FoPct or fraud-
Idax a .' :a;..


id
nity.
y.
ears.


Impotence
Miscegenatio-t
Non-age.
Pregnancy, ante-n up:ta!


IOWA.
Adultery. Duunkenness.
Bigamy'. i Consanguinity and
affinitv. Impotence.
Conviction of felony. Non-age.
Cruelty. Pregnancy. ante-nuptil
Desertion. two years.
KENTUCKY.
Adultery. living in. by
man. Id:,,-'.
Adultery. of wife. or
such lewd behavior as
proves her to be un-
chaste. Impotency.
Bigamy. Intolerable treatment.
Coaaguinity and Loat.bsome disease. con-
affinitv. cealed at marriage. or
Counction of felony contracted after mar-
Cruelty. riage.
)eserton. one year. Micegenation.
Drunkennes s with Non age.
wasting of estate Pregnancy. ante-nuptial
Drukenness. one year. Separation. five years.
Force or fraud. Inion with religious
hody opposed to mar-
riage.
MAS SCHIrSETTS.
Adultery Drunkenness.
Bigamy. Fraud.
Consanguinity and
affinity. Impotence.
Con fiction of felon-. iwn:ajttv.
Cruelty. Nonage.
De-srtion. three years. Non- support
MICHIGAN.


Adultery.
Bigamy.
Consanguinity and


Force or fraud
fl's. miiZi.


affinity Miscegenation.
Cruelty. Non-age.
Desertion. two years. Non-support.
MINNESOTA.
Adultery I Jw-.
Bigamy. Imixpot nce.
Consanguinity and
affinity. Intolerable treatment.
Conviction of felony. Non-age.
Desertion, three years. Non-support.
Force or fraud.
M. I ISI I. PPI.
Adultery. Impotence.
Bigamy. .::r
Consanguinity and
affinity. Pregnancy. ante r.:-ta'
Convic:i. n of felony.


Bigain-.
Con -an gi

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kzven

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Adul~erni
li-~RSC


NEB]

;:in;:v anm.
rn *-f t:.invy.
i two ,ear-
r'es-


tra ut.
Ce.


RASKA.
Force or fraud.
Imp-t nce.

Mi-cegenation
Non-age.
N n-7'up-port.


NWYORK.


lmprup-er Con fct.
N,., --l'!noo-,


0 rcaY t G .
lmp'tenct-


o' !i-tuia'i: : a ti:
C *x i::n o ft-,~ I t~K- ra!r trtaltn:;tn:t
1' -cc:t': n 1ree yfar-. N *:i- n-
I' NN SLV AN IA-


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WEST VIRGINIA.
: Adultery. n~an d;v.
SBlramy Miscegenation.
CI onanguinity and
affinity. Notorious licentiousness
of husband before
marriage. without
Knowledge of wife.
Conviction an Couviction, before mar- Pregnancy. ante-nuptial
rigr without know-
i.ge- of othtr party. Prostitution of wife be-
fore mirriage.without
Impotence. husband's knowledge.
WVISCCONSIN.
Adultery-. Drunkenness. one year.
BiSamy" Impotence.
Co;san1guti:iy an.i
Conviction of :t':uv. Non-age.
Cruent! Non- portr.
Iit- iTi. <"".f **'" ,ii..-ra;,:i n t:. cc ,:c;; tl.

But, of course, even the Florida
newspapers will not make the corre, -
tion even though to do so would clear


the state from what they pretend t, j
believe is a shame and :i reproach.

Anent Bryan.
In the Virginia convention Mr.
Bark-dale paid a sort of i-un plimuen-
tary funeral allusion to Mr. Bryan a
follows:
There can le :io :more rtsurrecticln t, t e
dead. no mere ri-ing tr-inm the grave i n the
demo-ratic temple of fnime. which iv the hearts
of the people a:cig-ide Thoma- Jefferson. An-
drew Jackson. Sami! J. Tirden and other great
leaders of the democracy. we will place the
equally great Nebraskan. and in the mtmiiories
of our past glorious record, free silver at the
ratio of or to i will have an abiding place as an-
other Cause nobly fought and hopeles-lv lost.
The New York Sun says:
It is one of the most cold-blooded jolb of po-
litical undertaking of which there is any record.
It is enough to make Mr. Bryan's flesh creep.
To which the Nashville American
makes reply as follows:
Maybe so. but perhaps Mr. Bryan will vigor-
ously object to the obsequies. Mr. Barksdale's
funeral oration was eloquent and replete with
compliment to the alleged deceased. but if the
supposed corpse declines to regard it as authon-
tative?- In all funeral proceedings it is well to
hare the consent of the gentleman in the
hearse:
A liaister's *ood Work.


"I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diahrreea Remedy,
took twodoses and was entirelycured,"
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
Kan. "My neighbor across the street
was sick for over a week, had two or
three bottles ofmuii cine 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 teen running off so
ong that it was almost bloody flux.
I asked him if be had tried Chamber
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, but
he took no more and was entirely
cured." For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. nr
Awful, Indeed.
Tampa Tribune.
Editor Metca'f. of West Palm Beach. goes into
a small pica paroxysm of double-leaded rage
anent the IFagler divorce. So violent doth he
wax that the Tribune fears he will pi a blood-
vessel or disarrange h-i mental make-up. We
fancy the Sun's press sizzled with a fierce white
heat while it was rolling off the following:
"Thus Chapter III of the record of Florida's
infamv and monumental dgracisc disclosed
The stain that mars the escutcheon of our fair
state may some day h- whitewashed, but it will
never be obliterated or forgotten. A common-
wealth, seduced through its legislature by the
glamour of wealth, and prostituted to the de-
'ires of one man able t'. have enacted a law that
slaps in the face every sense of decency and
propriety. that stunts the idea of moral virtue
and marital honor asn: fitdeity. and disgraces
the purity. sanctity .Ind binding force of the
marriage r:eation. thus adding insult to pure
girlhood, wifehood and mothernood of the .tate
of Florida. need hope for naught else than the
opprobrium that will follow each and every step
of this whole monstrou infamv."
The above is just a little bit ridicu-
lous. There has scarcely a month
passed since the editor of the Tropical
Sun was a kid that divorces have not
been granted by the courts of this
state for less grievous causes than in-
curable insanity, and yet has never
thrown any part of the press into
spasms and a -tate of collapse before.
Mr. Harris and the Featherweights,


Bro. Harris, of the Ocala Banner, is
kept hot in the collar all the time in
his efforts to explain to his tantalizing
brethren of the ,tate press why lie
considers Mr. Flagler a great and good
friend to the EAst 'oast andt other see-
tious of Florida. It is a prerogative
with which every American iS enu-
dowed that he cat, admire or distike
as fancy dictates. adt if Editor Har-
ris chooses to laud Mr. Flagler as a de-
veloper and liberal, public-spirited
,itizen, which is truo, of what earthly
concern is it to anytt,,ly else? Thi-
intessaut piquini and cesuuring on
the part of a cu;erie of feather-weight
sheets' is becoming a4s odious a i it is
puerile.-Palatla Advertiser.
A Cure for "Plutophobia."
Totl Johlinon, the detcnn'ratic may-
or of c'lvelaul, -siy. that rich mnen
are not bad -iliz/."ll. They r e not
ilnlitrilti!r thelv ff.) bl t tL-t ut -.iA >._


'A FAIR QUESTION

TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS.
ULD you give two cents or two and
a half cents for immediate and posi-
I VV tive relief from the exhausting and
i RAm nerve-racking asthma from which you
suffer ? O dom of Foley's Honey
and Tar is positively and unconditionally guar-
anteed to give relief, and there are ten doses in
a 25 cent bottle-twenty-five doses in a 50 cent
bottle.
Foley'l Homy amd Tar wi ewNthmaf nt too ftr
vanced, adways will bri Mli mber,.m m
means relief from the terrible wheezing and chekol
Is our arUmantee worth the Piem 4 a trial to your
"Foley's Honey d Ta" t tbrhe sam.
Louise Prickett, 509 31Bam AveI, Desriel., writes:
I had sered severn v &W&Asi" 4d aslorwtry-
a Sweet 0d~u0=p an b emm
fte the othiab sid I e t myaI mbeaty.
It t taeOlyccl"orthat IO*_ i "

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atturdlay. it was considered the big-
gest rainfall tinte June of last year.
The Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf
railroad track, one mile and a half


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SMULLSION'would bui!d you
Sup, increase your weight,
strengthen your weak throat
and lungs and put you in con-
dition for next winter, you
would begin to take it now.
Send fcr free simple, z--i try it.
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1 *'. i. ,'lrn 4,t hc tht anlll r
il- fi'"' af rain ,*tll -t I I r siout ,,traw-
!Iy *l V 6- i d; .rt-rder of ti- day.
%I?- l,.,itl. -i L.t-ii tlier is staying
itI r 4l:atiul0 t.*r, .Mr-. Prie.+st, of
\ I'li, ij, for a ueet k or two.
MI. \\arr-nt .Milligan iihas, prc-ia- I <-ltay nar.- ,f launl lfiv' l- and will --oi
S.*\ IiI- ftac ily lie. \'e will w.I-
,'.- lthu l .
I I.- hiartst r:tin f tiit- -,.- ? r',. fell
'r1. t1y.
.\r. N. l)tlloise, of tO.ala, was out
S' ,- **Sunlyv and ilMi, -. would Dnot
i*' ,itui.gy" rinling with him. Try again:.
' r. Hullun Joines h)ias returuedl
iI I' almie.tto, where lie waa vi-itliug
SIi:- -i-ter family.
\l.-t,-r- 'harfle and Hardit I twlk.
i t Iel-h'ltwhip. -)pent a few dhayvs last
w i* w ith Iweorge Lutlhian.
41ijr ii-ni ie was ; gralll -~<~.ce..
i 'it lday was. lovely with the excep-
Iio 'ii *f -hiowers to cool the ttongues of
tile -pl-akers. There were about I~15
I"".le ar~srrent and the albundance of
d:ine-r shliowed everyl'orly to loe pros-
leriing. Why didn't the Banner send
i!t re.lre"wntative.' We would have
gaven them a goid time. Fellowship,
Keu-nrick, Sparr, Anthony, spring
Park, Silver springs and Ocala were
well represented.
Friday night Mi Mattle Jones
gave an ie cream supper and dance
tu, a number of her friends. Quite a
large number were pre-nt.
What was the cause? Charlie
Swas't at Sunday school Sunday af-
ternoon.
When Judie took a vacation why
did the other correspondents do so
too? JI'DIE.
Whito oMa Termod Yellow.
great t consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ilg yellow. His skin slowly changed
eolor. also his eyes, and he suttered
terribly. His malady was yellow
iaundie.. iHe aas treated by the best
do-.torr.. lbut without benefit. Then he
wa. advised to try Electric Bitters, the
wonderful ?sto~nch and liver remedy,
anld he writes: "After taking two bot-
thi- I wa- wholly cured." A trial
proves its matchlies merit for all stonm-
a I. liver and kidney trouihlei. Only
:'.'. So4ld ,ly Sarrett ,v Gerig Drusggi.-.
6
Koedrick.
sp ., : C,'ir tiponcdece Oca:a Banut'r.
Mrs. H. H. Meadows and family, of
Oh&ala. sent Sunday at the hospitable
hbme of Mr. Jes~e Waters.
Mewers. I. E. Turnipseed and ('has.
Whitehead took in the St. Augustiue
exursion.
Mrs. Croft, of Inverness, is visiting
Mrs. (; B. Chappell.
Mr. C. I. Gtrace, of Martel, was in
ouir little turg Sunday.
Miss ('arrie Turnipseed and Mr. J.
. Burke left Mounday for lake V \etr
t, .ioll the camping crowd, alltl re-
tirtied will then Tuesday night, antl
all report a jolly time.
Mr. Joe (iaitrell has been quite 111
,but we are pleased to note he is able
to Ie Up affiin. ('KAt'KEK.
For Whooping Cough.
"lioth my children were taken with
u hiqopig .-iugh," writes Mrs. E. O.
ldutt~o, of t)anville, III. A small
te,tl- of Fol.ey'i Honey and Tar curedl
tic '~oclgt atind saved me a doctors bill." "
Anti-.Mono|,oly i rug Store. m
Eartel.


wt-1t of Martel, is coverevd with water

to-qwmceN have toe tee traasferret' by P IL E C C U R E
jer~vate eocrl~'eyane. A large ferk-e of
hIauIef" is. at work elevating the road- I CW .'Imp C e .C tr ttvallien:t. c t-lt:::. 7f
?4::~;Ch:~) rCI.C\:41:C (i 1'rlmc-.:t ": i :wWo
-xt-- ot (intlmtnt. A nvver- :axing c te ',I
tr o X1 c 1f all kitl-Id are UtI-n 11111-e It u:ikt' an
lo: 041i. O wat ii .r 'tn rt.11 t* ,', d a d. a% !.t e ch z: n,!
tic. fNtlnit-r- finve pkee ove~r tliti t r We'
e11*r "'tS~le aefArmet"itor- oullhave -i~.~-x'X ttt' ~ ~:tj
11,111t.1 cit rf athliern tIlh ir corn this
%%..iisut fo'r !miast wt-tk*' ri nts. OINTMENT 25C V% D 341C.
\11nrit, a ll" bsve. anexilit'jt :st the c.ONSTIPATION ;r I
!.ttt fai i t % liti i ,it ?. ae-Ii n \o e*txciieer. *g*.~ Anl! _'"C:. rcgn'.4!
k eI i iifv i i Lc m '-I mi otneCi kCe il i m .eill v, .,* t cd or c h :! rttu iCi i- r F:. t *!(-t%
.4 :14 a m tc. ela cxhii-it e4f tilt.e Ai-lv I~tng Stew. Duka:a.
els it tlli-


eVIGOR 7.F MEN
,t :4 irslf, a mar,, l~r~t I i iiti 1F..Q IC I N

ee tn IbEI ANENTILY HF.TOREDI

t ilthe.- :ra ivuhni! ;'eibie fre tt, IItN I DR. JEAN O*HARA'S
HINDIPOl';! i!- GREAT F"ENCH
At*-It r ports lel t oeC tl ~ef ? st- I C AND VII ALIZER 1% *(Id with Wr:tten
-1::bitlitv >t vita'tv.
e# iI f t aec i nial Ilt!i cm
-'e ie ~ar'iui&. iusvt~u tt~irt~dI 411C.........Z. Ithe~tl\. %-t-'u ~ t'')aC


HUBBARD & MACDUFF


H A R D W A'R E.


DO .-. A.-I A ) I\NiS, A-GRICULTURAL IM1PL K-


13ARBiE: \IRE.CUT AND


NVR11-116 F


PAINTS


OILs. VA.-NIISHES. AT-

LANTIC(' WITE LEAD.

ALL KINDS iF 0

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FI IT-

TINGS. EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC.


MENTS. DEERE PLOWSh,

PLANET JR. GROVE CUL .

TIVATORS, ALL KINDb

OF GARDEN TOOLS

COOtKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE, CUT

LERY. IRON AND STEEL.

BOLTS. ROPES. PULLEY,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff,


Ocala, Fla.


W. C. JEFFORDS

Wholesale and Retail


roads, or in its public highways gen-
-rally.
S. H. Brown, of Leroy, has built a
in model residence at St. Peter-turg, andt
will move his family to it early in
.e eptermber.
Would Have Cost Him His Life.
Usear Bowman. Lebanon, Mo.,
write-: "I have been usiug Foley's
Kidney Cure and take great pleasure
in statiug it gave me permanent cure
of kidney disease which certainly
would have efot rme my life." Take
none but Fley's. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
There May be Oil in Florida.
While reading, a few days ago, a
work on Palaeontology by an ac-
knowledged authority in England
and in America, I came upon this
statement which I copy for the bene.
fit of those who are interested in the
origin of petroleum:
"In the great majority of cases
where rocks are found to contain car-
bon or carbonaceous matter, it can be
stated with certainty that this sub-
stance is of organic origin, though it
is not necessarily derived from vege-
tables. Carbon derived from the de-
composition of animal bodies is not
uncommon; though it never occurs
in such quantity from this source as
it may do when it is derived from
plants. Thus, many limestones are
more or less highly bituminous; the
celebrated siliceous flags or so-called
"'bitumiuous shists" of Cairthness,
are impregnated with oily matter ap-
parently derived from the dccomnposi-
tion of the numerous fishes embedded
in them; Silursau shales containing
graptolistes but destitute ,of plants,
are not uncommonly "authracitic,"
and contain a small percentage of
'-arhon derived from the decay of
these zoophytes; whilst the petro-
leum so largely worked in North
America has not improbably an ani-
mal origin. That the fatty com-
pounds present in animal bod0les
should more or les- extensively im-
pregnate fossiliferous rock masses, is
only what might le expected; but
the great bulk of the carbon which
exists stored up in the earth's crest it
derived from plants; and the form in
which it principally presents it-elf is
that of coal."-Oliver P. Steves, A. M.
Ph. D., in St. Augustiue Record.
Blotches and excrescences, which so
often annoy perpl!e, are simply efforts
of nature to throw oft 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
all imperfections. Price 50 cts. Anti-
Monopoly Drugi Store. lu

gE1TLEIXE Set the ew~ 'ovel discovery

PIGEON MILK
INJECTION.
Cure- Gonorthoea and ('i et In one to 'bur ..avy.
Its action i .i3ag.cal Prevents structure All
compete ro be carried in ve.-t pocket. Sure
revenltative. eL'ut by na;U in plain package,
preald, ou receipt of price. .: per box. three
t"r I-..0o. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocal, Fla.

JAPANESE


ard


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


proui5iogr

Sugar,
Syrup,
Cheese,
Coffee,
Butter.


Canned fruits and vegetables, "White Rose" brand.
Evaporated fruits. nuts. raisins. prunes. dates, fancy
cracker., and candies, canned meats. fish and milk.
Farrinaccous goods. etc. In a word. a COMPLETE
G(K(R'ERY STOC)K. 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 Pearlin-



My Prices are Always Low


LOCAL


Hull Count. Dlow Weight. Heaping lMemasre an
Prompt Service.
A N. W. Cor. Square] FLOI


S.


RIDA


A. STANDLEY
(Succest-or to Standley, Crantord &S Co )


OuSr 1Pecord
Since etering the Wagoni and Har-
ness l'Uiae-s, atnariy two years ago,
we have carried a larger and Ietter
stock, mau1t- ltwer prices and given
better service than could le had else-
where in C'eutrui Florida. Our hun-
dreds of cus-tom-rs willl tell you of our
satisfactory dedling:s. and we dn-'ire
to thank our trade fo!r their liberal
patronage.


Our Intentions.
Having control now of the enotil
business, 1 intend to carry a still mos
Complete and varied stock, ineildila
not only Buggies, Wagons, Hasemem
and Saddlery, but all the ase-im-s
:ud iuppleiiental lines. I have th*
very best facilities for buying sad *dl-
ing, and will give my entire aItutiox
to eturing the mesterlfaetory eodt
and making the lowest prices. I w
at all times babMlW stell yoo ett
ghincts at a give, priee than JaM c**
obtain elsewhere.


TO 4o01 OL)D (C'STOMERN: We solicit a continuance of yJrO
trade, M!i.- we promi.-e to handle with more satisfaction than before; aal
from th,,-e. who have never liouht of us we ark a chance to do business, feei-
iug that a trial 'urchilae will meau a coutinuuatie. To satisfy our customMe
is our con-taut aim. S. A. STA.DLEY.
I I-


HOTEL COQUINA,


RMON D-BY-THE-SiEA,
East ('c,,s rof Florida


ATL.ANTIC COAST LINE
I:1 :- w '- : :, t C-) t al 1 Pl:a t y-::. h .u eTective Jan. 16. iqoi


40


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croeprie5, raiiq


I I


Hott: I' !uina i- sItuated on a blulf'direcfly overlooking the tnean.
Whiltl it *.' e- all ii ti- deligtit f the sea-shore, it is ouly ten minutes walk, o
five iui:.; ut.- by hrlie- ar, frou, the orange roves and palm shaded walks os
thie bank'. 'o the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad station,
lbeinrg -t.: r:-:ted with it 1by lhorse-icar. Beautiful walks and drives, groves or
leltont, rai.tze. aind rare tr',,ip'al fruits, avenues of oleander and palmetlt
River, ce-a-iii, ur.-t.atling atd flue ti-bhii. The climate is delightful, and ib
l(-lieti-ia; i. ,. ae- f ,ov-rwork or ieit vou.. ,ip'..tratiou.
Wili ,1 :; ,a )ot t:ih- ;ir-t of June- but will It- in a position to take care *f
guest- aftr My a.." ih Sitinu-r rate-: $2 pI.r day: 4S to $12 per weel. 9~4
For f ::1.".r ii;f',rnat:ion addlre-ss, D B. IATHE"ON. Ormond, Fla.
J li .;.'.TN W. D. MORTON.


OCALA LUMBER COMPANY
Also Successor to Yankee Novelty Works)

Rl ugh and Finishing Lumber, Mantles

School Desks, Church Seats,
T'al es. L : r: WVinldow Franmt s. Railings, Pulpits. Bedrooml
Sui- Kitcit ii Tbles and Safcs, MolEing-, Turned Work,
',roll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.
PATENT BEE HIVES A SPECIALTY.
,- Etiinatt.-S promptly furnished.


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Stae Fear eotes. Cheap Excursni to St. Petershbrg.
Si llOn Saturday. Aug. 24, the Plant
S,. .* ,.t ,..m i till llng n. ytewill run a very cheap excur-
'..l,.....t .Utsty will come to the sion to St. Petersburg, and the tickets
tate f wih county oney behid wilt be good to return until Tuemlay,
Aug. 27, giving two full days-S-unday
1 i.e Ttn-.ral manager has inquiries i and Monday-in St. Petersburg to
?r!-mt all oer Florida for nales of the those desiring to stay there that long.
te!t It*rf lbreds. If any man in It will alo give an opportunity to
pFhrtda It itnrediug nuceh etock he can visit the Manatee river.
,ll a ku full of it at the state fair. The natural attraction of St. Pe-
fNede want to we all appliances tersburg at thi season, such as bath-
fr the aptry -a well as the honey, ing, fishing, boating, and visits to the
Who will aow It? nearby orange groves and pineries,
The at ebxhbit has arrived-two will make the trip to that lovely re-
as hademe bremas ma you ever saw, sort one of unalloyed pleasure to the
-Ae by the Utile River Manufactur- visitors. The public park and pavil-
a C., Welbar, Pla., A. D. Hem- lion, it additionlto the hotels, bourd-
Ulag, geieal manager. The state lng houses, docks, etc., will offer a
& m~naer sys he is going to comfortable retreat.
me the Il deear with them. The train will leave Ocala at 3:25
lrt th e t r look at this: The P. m., and the rate wllr be $1.50 for
nrida UrtIlher Works at Gaine- the round trip, tickets limited to re-
SPM., ita. l$100B l state fairstoek, turn on any train up to, and includ-
ad will giv a ton of floe fertiller as ing Aug. 27. Parties desiring to do
a premti m and will make a full and so can only use their tickets to San
en-mlte exhibit. What is the matter Antonio, Tarpon Springs, Dunedin,
with that Clearwater and other points en route
Mirk tt. Johns is hterd; n, for instead of St. Petersburg.
a .nty exhibit. That ie where they Further information will be cheer-
a -founty exhihtt. That im where they fully furnished byMibs J. C 1faughs,
gF.w all the Irish itatwos and sugar fully furnished by Mss J. C \laug.
ne city ticket agent; A. E. (erig. depot
huaaticket agent: F. M. Jolly, division
thu.r lner snow. W ll, why lt tpasseenger agent, Jacksonville; W. V.
vwent for her show. Well. why not? dsion pasutr aiut,
.',,y gr,, t l- farm ;.rize, $iI; Lifsey, division |ase.tnruer agn*ut,
.-t v.4.abllr. lu.; 1 eluiand t. Tampa; B. W. Wrenr.. ;,a.'eztger
tmve .-I.tty nr .S... .andmebod traffic manager, Savaunah.
utm Sa-pretty nearI P"I. Somebody
Wtier mok out. From the Oala Evening Star of
h -e rneral manager offer. a $10 April lst, 1901.
prim fur the heaviest hog, any age or "We are indepted to Mr. George
ed. West Florida can send an 800 Cloe for the finest cabbage and lettuce
lpsad me. If ya get the t10 you we have ever seen grown in Florida.
wll be kleky. Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,


We t a doe show. Where are
tw aorn who will put up some

A m talks about owning his baei-
e. ut, a a ater of fact his
bitm ewm m hi. His whole life is
ieguad by the demands of the baod
-. The time at whlch he rises, his
bemkbite ber, the time give to
meae amll determined by busaie
slgtoia. le rshes through lunch
-e-me he "can't spare the time from
.s*im" to eat leasurely. He wont
ahe a ret because he is needed at the
ieton orw fll. He is in fect an abso-
nke lave to business. The results
itl (flow this slavery are stue on
very hand. Men dys.petic. Irritable,
aervo"--, with drawn faee-, andit hol-
Nmw evem, sit at the desk and stand be-
ahnd the eoeauter until they collapse
i a fit of sIcknec, or taken away by
wart failure. Th* I who, cannot es-
mi( Ithe ezactio,* of iu-iness will
btl a friend in Dr. Il'ieree's golden
ewislWl Di)rovery. It strengtheulr
T'r *tWImaUh. llu 'res-at* th* actions of
a,. IWinlN making glands, increasing
tw vitality anud .iVhyieal vigor. It
amk, nuoen strong auitI |pr-vent- those
hill',t-M l Ireak down whiih so often
rsittlate fatally.
ow rWes. Ftagier Is egle**cted.
the rerI( t of E. I'. lowry, referee
a ls- upo*,t the auounit of Eugene
M. Ahley,. who has t bnu committee
da Mrs. ItaFler' property since May,
aM*, ws sbmitted to Judge Uilder-
4e*.vw f the uprenme Court of New
aerk on the 8th, and the Herald of
*e 9h may: "If the recommends.
onre of the referee is followed be will
be awarded t.S,te0 for his services in
Ie administration of her property as
addltteal compensation, for it is
shird his services have exceeded
Sam of as administrator."
"MvW. Iacer has been: deranged
ur a~ year ad is under the oare
o Dr. (Cark F. Macdonald at his san-
*artum. at Pleasutville.: N. Y.,
where $at* a month In paid for her
sur. Mr. Ashley, a-e*,rding to the
usnrt of the referee, :has couscien-
Metly admuinisterwd the estate to
m.bi a eaxtet that the principal has
Lrly incraed under his care. Mr.
tibley, vnr he took hold of the
pmu erty, ha laid taxes and other
appeases in coauection with Mrs.
atgler'o real etate in St. Augustine,
Pi.. and has invested such portion of
Mhm imese as has not teen used. He
wemeved from Mr. Flagler, hi- prede-
jmawr. 5..2T.e*,67..:', and haIs ince re-
AMvtl 1:,.' ,t*. 44. making a total of
.L47T9.611t Altogether he has dis-
turmwd $t1n,47'.42, leaving a Ialance
is hto bands of $2.37:3,137.4L. The e,-
Ite Is almuit exclusively in personal
pmprrty. the hulk ,of it being in
aandard iil mwcuritiem. Mre. Flag-
or ownsl 24:' sbhar, which are valued
a aoout $1,A stmL."
--..- .e- Fr eoth.
(our little daughter had an almost
eal attack of whooping cough and
be'lhtit." writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
ad. of Armnuok. N. Y.. hut when


and one of the most successful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is prosperous."
Mr. Cloe bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Button,
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
Herbine is well adopted to the cure
of fevers of il kinds, becausew it thor-
oughly clen"es the stetmach and bow-
el of all t'ilieua humour-' nIId expels
all impure secretions ,o' the tody.
Price 5: ets. Anti-.lMonopoly Drug
Store. iI


BUY


THE


THE OCALA BANNER. AUGUST 3, 1901.


rEZUMA l Aunn m.
J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


A Gams. at FURS LR49KZD OIL =In~d
Smak asBan= ot





Ltt sr k AOIXU 3MS

mhma 3 .ui .1 thk do ser AE


or uN O s



WU m~ urd gn u4mubmd by I~
TIE uULUUT 3O I





- O arlbr. k, ?. e~r~r
saMd and guarated by



THE R~ECIEIES


OCATA


w -1 LA*


Geo. Hacker Son.


wOKI


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r A w "- ,&- A A A1


Florida Agricultural College


LAKE CITY, FLA.


9160TEENTU Vga1..9AR SIu 061M SMEP arnSO II


No.


F


Liquors, WinesBe, r, Cigars.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


Prompt and Satisfactory Service Assured Everyone.
Inatemmas irek. "


IeMA 6 Fe


a


4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4


Four courses of four years, in Agrleulture, Mechanical a-
gineering, Lalin-Seience, ClaMsscs. One ear's course in bu-
news: Stenography. Typewriting and Tegrz phy. A prepa-
tory course of one or two years, as required, for thoewishingto
prepare for the college. Post-Graduate courses are abo oered.
Young men under military discipline. Young women under
refining home influences at Foster Hall. Fine modern buildings
and first class equipment. Tuition free to Florida students.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
T. H. TALIAFERRO. C. E, PI. D., President.


A, -Aw A-w-A, A- -A


C


f .he plant System


HE GREAT


Via all rail


DOORS, 8ASH, BLIND.
MOULDING AND
BUT-LDING MATERIAL
Window :n'7 ?,.cy Glass A 3pecialit)
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South a&d thereby save
money.
O1et: aud warerooms. King opposite Canncm
street.


CHAliLE8TO.N,


SEWING MACHINE
Do not be deceived by thofe who ad-
vertih e a $0.00 Sewhing Maehiine for
$2*0.00. This kind of a nuchine can
be btwort froi us or any of our
dealers from$l 15.00to $18.00.
WE MARC A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machiu's. The
DeWble Fi ed oiuboiii- with other
strong points iakes thlie New Hime
the best Sewing Machine to buy.
ggpgg g(4U t showing the dif-
Wftef(i RCULARS ,ng sbtylueso
se.wing Mu ahine
we manufacture ad prices bforepurchtsing
TIg El HOI C gISEIW1 l IREl 1g0.
OmaOC. mAss.
SL'nlon iq N. Y., Chicago, Ii., Atlanta, Ga.,
at. Louis,aM, Dalls,Tex, an Frane sco, Ca
ron satkg av
POHugheAL s'

Hughes'


Chill Tonic..
(Palta'- ,


'a


Better Than
Calomel and Quinine...
(Contains no a''-r':'.
"The Old Reliable"


An Excellent te(erial T ;i well
as a sure cure for (hills 'a;i F-vers.
Malarial Fevers, Swamp I a- *. r- and
Bilious Fevers.


Ms.C


HICKORY


STOVE WOOD !

having Ilow taken tlh. management
*,; our stove wood tuoiuetiss ourselves,
w.- name theschedule of rates lelow-
S:" d`o .2 : Ct1cn :. -t 1a'k-.''.. e -oc cubic
*.. : ; ,
",e load. packed ill (; c:it c *et) 5:.
',-'ivered in town. C'nh *,i dle ,ir'v.
!'artie owuiug a team, wishim: w. !I to: their
..: it !'- :. 't t e of
>,' <' r : or i ,." :"" "' ,", "" -' ',, n o or
"ot- r 0 l', l> :r' : ; ; :
Orders can be placed at our office ,'y
'Ihone No. S, or by uttil, Box T"'7.
SPOKE ANI' RIM FA(CT)KY.
9-7 0. \V W : -,..\N. Arvi.


To
The


!ESF


SEAST
'riheEAS


Via S.S.


THROUGH CAR lLU E TO FLORID&.-


CONNECTIONS:
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.
S Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & Ashville
SMobile & 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 Norf,,lk and Steamer for New York. Wash-
ington and Baltimore.


Via Pl,rt 'rAuIt s acd
COccidcell ti-I stealnolh i .


klley WFest and Havana.


"Nova Scotia and Prince Edwards Islan

V\ia Boston and the Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamtinsl Line.

Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale at all points on the'*Plant System to the principal mountain,
lake and seaside resorts throughout the country until September ;3. inclusive,
limited to return until October 31.
Cheap excursion rates to BUFFALO, account Pan-American Exposition,
enabling passengers to visit Niagara Falls.
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or write to
F. M. JOLLY, Dir. ?us. Agt, 133 West Bay St.. JactOeavfl, Fa.
w. DEUMBA, g'l SUtpt, s. W. WMi H, Pm,. TIrasf0 .
SaTana. Ua SMuaah, a.


The Penn Mitual Life Insurance Company

OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.


COM IAa- H HIIu.. Sale Alegentu


0 a a a a a a JA('lCKiM4 VILLE, VFA.


Why Pay More For Life Insurance Elsewhere? You Can Get BETTER Policies
in the PENN MUTUAL 10 to 20 Per Cent Cheaper.


A COMPARi)ON wllri THEt NEW


Age


IRKLMIUM RATFS OF TIE TEN LEADIN3 LIFE INiURANCE COMMANIES OF THY WORI.LD.


PetIn New York Equitable
NMutaa i Lift: Lite


-Il' NiVEK FAJL- --


Just what you need at this -eason;
Mild laxative, Nervous Sdative,
Splendid Tonic.
Guaranteed by your drusrsists.
Don't take any substitute. Try it.
--.C4'C AND $1.0w BOTl'I.E--
Prepared ty

Robinson-Pettet Co.
(Incorporated

Louisville, Ky.


Jerry


20-Pa" t Li


$27
30
34
38
15


$31
31
38
42
48


Xorthwe4t- Mtua Pl Uc rudential
ern New York Lire
'Muttia ;


331 33
34 24
37 80
12 21
17 95


330 25
33 20
36 87
41 16
17 42


23 32 17 3 335 38 37 37 61 33 99 36
1- ap t Iifh 30 36 13 1 7 1S 188 11 01 39 1I 10
35 1066 1591 161 41510 4365 1I
40 46 18 50 92 51 46 50 07 48 83 149
15 53 27 57 16 58 34 36 28 55 33 35


1 O*Pa ULf


42
52
59
67


23


51
56
61
67
75


07 50


53


59
65
72


Aetna Mutual Sun Li"e t'
Life Benctit Canhdzs


xamach i
%ct t
1ut6.4,


66 330= 8 3012 30 00 3000
50 33 10 32 87 33 25 32
95 36 96 36 22 36 93 3
235 1 34 10 38 il 35 i 118
738 6 4 82 5 73 6 95 7 09


36 21 36
3967 39
13 83 13
513 St 43
5193 5, 41


33573
3 80
18 35
35 00


71 1800 14 2* ,760
05 562 a 53 5 5260
21 5811 5153 53 20
35 6 161 659 61f
75 73 29 7.8. 7235


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RECEIVED


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TAX DEEE NOTICE.


HIFKRt -AS W J HClOAN HAS PRESENT
Sr.: t' .i e 'Ta\ Certitcate No, no7 of August
-t: :-.. covering tht- following land in Marion
.:t;\. -otlida. to w:t east half of southeast
, ?'- Ta action ::. township 13. suttth, range 2
r*at ant upon said certificate has demanded
: 'u 'n1e a :ax deed.
Therec're matter the expiration of thirty days
Wrcm the date of thti notice, unless redeemed.
it ma\y ntentlo to i'Ase a tax deed to the said
Iatted ugu-t !:. ~xa. -.. T. SISTRINK.
.' eal. Clerk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE


H'HEREAt JOHN W. ROBINSON HAS
presented to me tax certificate No. 134r.
sai. ot August -th. I*~ covering the following
land in Marms county. Florida. to-wit: Corn at a
pt io yda n of Oswcor of set of seC. sec 2. tp iS.
SIo. e. :heane a i,:- yds. e o yd. s q
vd-, w jo -vds-. acrtI.. and upon ai certifi-
cate has aenmanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
trom the date of tlhs notice unless redeemed, it
t rnm intenttioni to i-*tr a tax deed to the said
land
lAst d Aug. 3. trJ!.
.eal S. T SITiTRUNK.
SCetk Circuit Court.


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At &euhi t-ckets will be arranged
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wiN he the a semu Strim .7 tO ruamm-
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TAX DEED NOTICE.


AFRKEAi. JOHN W. R(oSS HAS PRESENT-
'to lme Ta x Certificate No. :. -. .Ile of Au
g j-t :',., ci-vering the fillcwing land in Marion
cotintv F:orida. to wit Northw-%t quarter of
notheast quarter section .:;. township i-. south
range at ra.4t and upon said certificate has de-
-ianded! from me a tax deed
Therefore. afier the expiration of thirty days
fro-n the hdte of this notice. unless~ red'eemed. it
r% m mntent;,.n t'o i-ste a tax deeil it the said
ltted AuK i.o: S. T. SISTRl'NK.
% t Clerk Circuit Court.

lOtcIO o0 TIACIEZS' EZAMINATION.

HHE RHt;l'LAR UNIFORM STATE EXAMI
nation for teachers will commence on
Tut.4ay. Srptfe ze' 3,d, 1901.
and last three days. Whitespplicantswill meet
at the tcala High School building and colored
at or cants in Howard Academy at 9 o'clock on
above satle.
rQuertiocs in pedagogy will be taken from
Fitc'h s Lecturer on Teaching. sold by H. & W.
I Drew Co lacksonville. Fla.. price one dollar.
Applicants will supply themselves with paper.
pensaad ink. D. CARN
.Superintendent.


NOTICE.


;:n ;!t C:rauit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
.t I :jnda in and for Marion coun-
ty-In Chancery.
Wt;iam L Vandeventer. complainant, vs. An-
nie R. Vandeventer. defendant.-Divorce.
IT 1Is ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VANDE-
eater. defendant in this cause. be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
came on
.Vider. ie ,r d das of ,pte.mber. A.4 D., p1ot.
It is further ordered that this order be pub.
hIhed oace a week for eight consecutive weeks
an the Ocala Banner.
This rume ath. A. D. igor.
Seatl] S. T. SISTRUNK.
N M ALLRt') Clerk Circuit Court.
Coplatnalt'. Solicitor. 6 2


NOT=I Or APPLIATZION m0 1 PW T TO'
SLL LZQO&Ut, WZNB ANID 333.

I)I'LIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J. F. EDWARDS h.s tiled with the County
Conmmissioners of Marion county, in the State
of Florida. his application for a permit to sell
liquors, wines and beer in Election District No. i
ofsaid county and state: that such applicatipop
will be acted upon by the said board of county v
commissioners at the next regular meeting.
which will be held on the
tf sl Mlonday in Se tembe A. D. 191
at x o lock in the a. m. of mid day, and the
board hereby calls upon aniy citizen of such
election district who may desire to do so, to show I
cause, if any there be. at the said next, regular I
meeting of said board, wh such permit should
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commission-
er. of Marion county. Florida
This the 5th day of Augnst A. D. igor.
L. W. LONG.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Attest:
S T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk 3-9

inct ?or AlL AIOx ros 01m yTO
S=LL UQISM WIMX ASND iM .


I'BLIC NOTICE IS HER BY GIVEN THAT
I The Carmichael & Son C, has filed with the
Board of County Comm -siouers of Marion
county, in the stateof Floi iia. the r application
for a permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in
Election District No. I of sai< county and state:
that such application wil be acted upon by the
said board of county commissioners at their
next regular meeting. which will be held on the
.#./1 .Itoniday in Setrnteb,'e A. D. 19or.
at o o'clock in the a m. of the said day. and
the hoard hereby calls on any citizen of such
election district wh n mi.v desire to do so, to show
cause. if any there he ; t th.e aid next regular
meeting of s.id board. why -such permit shall
not be granted to the applic nt.
By order of the Boarc of County Commission-
er,. of Marion county. Florida.
This the fth day of AN'gust A. D. 190:.
H. W. LONG.
Chairman Board or County Commissioners.
Attest:
S. T. S;I~-RUNK.
Clerk. 9

NOTIR or AIPPLCATIO)T 103 f3I rIT TO
SI=L LIQUOIS, WI2B IaD 333.

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
C. P McGRATH & Company. composed of
C. P. McGrath and George A. Hutchins. have
filed with the Board of County Commissioners.
of Marion county, in the state of Florida. this
application for a permit to sell liquors, wines and
beer in Election District No. o the said county
and state: that said application will be acted
noon by said board of county commissioners at
their next regular meeting, which will be held
on the
.fiDrstl Moddy is %nfptmbber A. D. 1901.
at to o'clock a m. of the said day. and the board
hereby calls upon any citizen of soch election
district, who may desire to do so to show cause,
if any there he at the said next regular meeting
of said hoard why such permit shall not be
granted to the applicants.
By order of the Board of County Ccmmission-
ers. of Marnon county, Florida. this the 5th day
of August. A. D o90r. H. W. LONG.
Chairman Board of Countvy Commissioners.
Attest: Marion count-. Fla.
S. T Si-trunk.
Clerk. "r

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PEhMIT TO
StLL, LIQUO S, W=IES AND 31M3.

PI'BLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
SJohn P. Galloway has filed with the Board of
County Commissioners -o Marion county.
in the state of Florida, his 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 upon by the said
board of county commissioners at their next
regular meeting, which will be held on the
st iMonday in SNptembwe. A. D. 19ot.
at o0 o'clock in the a. m. of the said day. and
the board hereby calls on any citizen of such
election district who may desire to do o, to show
cause, if any there be. at the sid 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 rfth day of August, A. D. igor.
H. W. LONG.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners,
Attest:
.. T. SISTRUNK
Clerk. 8-16

hDXW3T3ATO3'5 INOTI= (W APP=CA.
TI FO FI= AL DISC0RA 3.

N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, as administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL, will on the
9tk Day of October, A D. *go,.
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his administratorship of said estate.
in accordace with the law in mch cases made
and provided.
This Igth April A. D. 190.
(CHALES w. WHITE. Admr..
419 ie6m Uat. of James B. Campbell. deceased.


TAX DEED NOTICE


U'HERKAS. WILLIAM TUTON HAS PRE-
Siated to me Tax Certificate No tot- and zo95
ale of August 7th. i9,. covering the following
land i Marno county. Flornd. to wit: South
half of southwest quarter section 23, north half
of northwest quarter and northwest quarter of
north east quarter, section a6. township 14.
ra ge 2~. and upon said certificate has demand-
ad (on me a tax deed
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
tom. the date of this notice, unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
!and% S. T. SISTRUNK
C'atrd Aug 2. 1oir. Clerk Circuit Court.
> 2-t.


NOTICE IS HBRBSY GIVEN THAT ALL
'creditors, legatees and distributes and all
persons having claims against the estate of
MARY ELIZA 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 postofice address is McIntosh, Flor-
ida. July 26tb. 190.
W. E. ALLEN
Administrator with Will Annexed of the Es-
tate of Mary Ella Keep. Deceased.
W. S. BLLOCK. 7-26.9t
Atty. for Administrator.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


TAX D=D VOTIOE.


SU'HEKEAS. H.C JONFSE HAS PIRESENTED
tM me tax certificates N. J. i4'2. 14'4. sale of
A::, r t- -su covering the tOilowing la.id in
M\:arto county. Florida to-wit Southeast quar-
It an I ",',rht-eat quarter of northwest quarter of
.>ct:ita't quarter. action .; township is. range
.. ..ndlot -. or moutheast quarter ot unrthwest
, uartvr of northeast quarter. section 23l town-
-ih;p .t. south. range 21. east. and upon said cer
t ticatr, has demanded Irom inme a tax deed.
Th .ertre. after the t xpiration of thirty dvays
t *;m the date of this notice. unle-s redeemed. it
:s rl\ :utention to issue a tax deed to the said
*:An I-
I'.ttd Aup lcu(t 13. 'OI
a!.' T T SISTRUNK
C'!rk Circuit Cour'.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


1 jZF .%- W 1) MATTItIE-:w, IHAs lPRE-
".. t I e Tax Ct It I ics4tc No. 121saef
-tr.. o- U'-` .. cVei the toliowing land in
5i.ni i t: le. Florida. tk k% itt- I,! w:- o
-, !. ? :- r 2. ealnd y l -ia.d ceil1.ticatc
It-r. ill f!:ur: 1114L.ra tax deed.
yr,:tLr tl:e ti.-1iiatiOT1 40- thirty .4ays


HIEREAS. IHILIP GRAHAM HAS PRE-
senttd to me tax certificate No. i446. sale of
August 7th. o'.covering the following land in
Marion county. Florida. to-wit: s 2-5 of lot 21 sub
of ne'4 of ne,' sec i3. twp i s. range 21 e. and
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 is.s-ie a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated August :,01.
Se-al) S T. SISTRUNK.
>o C'erk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


WIHEREAS, T. M. LIDDELL HAS IPRf-
sented to me Tax Certificate No. 2029 and
23,.. sale of August -th. is-,. covering the tol-
sowing land in Marion county. Florida. to wit:
ine', of nw., seco. and n' of lot 2. hlk i. sub of
e',. Santos. sec :o. twp :!. range 22 and upon
said certificate has demanded from me a tax
deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty iday
fioin the date of this notice. unless redeemteo 't
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the -,ail
lainds.
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THE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST 23, 1901.


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GROCERIES! GROCERIES

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GROCERIES!


To People Who Eat:
Our Mr. ake Brown leaves tomorrow for New
- York and other markets, where he will select for the
people of Marion county such a line of Fancy Gro-
ceries as has never before been seen in Ocala, even
in our own store. Watch this space for arrivals.
Staple goods will not be slighted either.
Yours for More Business,


THE TEA POT GROCERY.


SHAY AND GRAIN



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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00602
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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


OCALA,


FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST


DOLLAR A VEAR-


ANNOUNCEMENT!


4 sad after Monday. July s. 1901. I will have
will mw a r iterd pharmacist, who will assume con-
utl of m I~rrriptio Dnpartment. and we we will be
jM I, lhve your patrnmag. Our first aim in this
lto S r WUM te B= T ANn PcMrT DfL&os, and all
StM w a*k is a lqgitmate profit, based on cash trans-
I weld bo call your attention to the fact that we
have a m hd a larre and well assorted stock of 8ta-
) tieoy. Perfvum. Toilet Ar .. ea. Kodaks and Kodak
1 **". all of which we would like to have you in-
W, will h,rtly display a large assortment of
Armour ToleitI &tkpa. the quality and price of which
w) think will iiterit you. Please remember

THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE


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a tng. .. thO l'baAmsrk a Epapsi-

Wv At* Wowa rwtuned hntaday.
Mr sItrtwo will omit return until late
to tow faill
4#it rtwvr .dewra Lamar wrs "you
u.wo joisnt ohmic tre e with tl shade

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I -008am Dow Sawme I ow -4k-A14 4444611y
4 9 1 .rg. on Martln. fraoi wi Hrnandoui
mt.ur hterv Con o *.rwfoional iluumi-
1.08 uoweday.
Mrs lariat Eemotty and little mm.
a a*-se. ase *f0' uiu'a Iing lCc.umnamr at

Ur s d Mrso t(abrici Tiomoumm
'simerre on rwpliml .kmmiatiled at

w, rsld idVI W. W. Ilayn. ae
.g.agl the summir a n the mun-

oJvU Autn msand little daugh-
19! sad Mm 3(.h. arv visiting at
"I hwl. NkmemseL
Maute~r R..s sad MimsMary Rur.
if sea qmsaig thew immer at n.-

Mrs H 1. AI.- m an daughter,
9'wrs sd Uh aa, are dm sp ig the
ouumow in sw Adluruudare..
4 H A'rwams. of Atlana, formerly
0 it, Ils ,etw,.Mm w&Vo.. was in Ocala
M4440% ,ssuilatiu n among hie

14-4, J J.011" It. eenwg and Mim
Mart HvIr-u a are bck ftrom tlte -u-


Wentive gnalm O-W. r regret that
"aswt-rfv "4t 1i4e-nvsal to


til
.Mr.


Mrs. C. E. Abon, nurse and chil-
dren left Wednesday for Seabreese,
whoe they will spend the rest of the

Another railroad is heading for
Dnnellon. It will start from Bruns-
wick, Oa., and will come as near to
Oealas Farfleld.
Maj. Wright, of Oxford, was
ap We-leday buying stock for his
Crm operations. He is now putting
Is grty asees to abbages.
i Clemel Nick BaIr, of Crystal
River, was In Oeala a few days ag
eding a trade for some oil lands
which he optioned sme months ago.
Ms. Nancy s. Wallace, Oala's old-
et resident, was quite slek during the
frst of the week, but is now, we are
pleased to note, rapidly on the road to
full recovery.
A. I. Basi, of Morgantown, Ind.,
had to get up ten or twelve times in
the night and had severe backache
and pains in the kidneys. Was cured
by Foley's Kidney cure. It's guaran-
teed. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. George Wallace is up from
Braideutown and says that section is
flourlshing even more than the pro-
verbial green bay tree. Oranges,
grapefruit, pines, guavas, etc., are in
abundance.
Mrs. John It. Martin and children
and Mrs. John F. Williamson have
returned from a pleasant outing at
seabreeze. They report the "Ocala
colony" as having jolly time.
Mrs. Lena Baggett and little daugh-
ter, Mrs. Wm. Benus and Miss Mary
Hafele, of Ocala. arrived Saturday
and are visiting Messrs. Hafele and
Huber on the lake.-Bronson Times.
Democrat.
High Living, intemperance, ex-
posure and many other things bring
on Bright's disease. Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent Bright's disease and
all other kidney and bladder disorders
if taken in time. Be sure to take
Foley's. Anti-monopoly Drug ttore.m
Capt E. I.. Carney, of Lake Weir,
i. one of our Marion county orange
growers who never lost faith in the
ultimate triumph of the orange in-
dustry in this county, and as a result
he now has seven hundred bearing
orange and grapefruit trees. Faith is
a wonderful stimulator.


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Shoe- Sale


After taking an inven-
tory of our large stock of
goods, we find that the profits
on Shoes fall far below those
of other lines, so we have de-


cided to close out our entire stock of Ladies', Gents' and


GCblren's Shees, regardless of cost.


We have a large


line to select from, and if we have the style and size you


want, the price we guarantee will


suit you.


This is no


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Our buyer is now on an
extended purchasing tour in
Batimore, Philadelphia, New


York and


Boston, and we


propose to carry even a larger


Buying


Goods.


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stock of Ladies' and Gents' Ready Made Clothing this
season than last, and will, as in the past, sell on close mar-


gins of profit.


The store space now devoted to shoes will


be filled with a full line of Gents' Furnishings, and our
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Jow pWopli lo5q Tleir (foriey.
By loaning it to neighbors and friends; by con-
Scealing it about their person; by stowing it away in 4
mugs, jugs and jars; by sewing it up in skirts and 4
ticks; by tucking it under couches and carpets, in cup.
boards and bureau drawers. These are some of the 4
ways by which people lose their money, and some-
times THEIR LIVES.
4
M UNROE & CHAMBLISS,
BANKERS. 4
OCALA, FLORIDA. 4
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BOSTON

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A6&L~SAM M J JA6


"PAY AS YOU 00."
The above is a very good religion.
It scatters sunshine and happiness
about as much so as to go "a-slum-
ming"-reclaiming the "erring" and
putting wings on the "fallen."
These wings don't stay on-that's
the trouble.'
Everybody can, if they'll make up
their minds to do so, pay as they go,
and especially litle debts
The prompt payment for the weekly
wash means a great deal to the wo-
man who bends over the tub or the
ironing board all the week long, and,
perhaps, the withholding of the same
means for her real suffering.
If the work is done well praise her
efforts and she will do better the next
week and will feel happy.
The man or the woman shows his
true nature in the treatment of infe-
riors.
When the woman who spends the
day over the sewing machine finally
takes the finished garment home to
you, if the work is done well, she
should be paid promptly, without any
insulting remarks or superiority of
manners.
"The laborer is worthy of his hire!"
The motto, "Pay as you go," lubri-
cates the wheels of trade, gives tone
to the social system as mprouned as
the rmell of roses, and turns leeo
"good wil wiwllith as sweet music as
an old time hymn at a revival meet-
ing.
0strwater.
The Ocalababall team left Tues-
day afternoon over the Plant System
for Clearwater, and our nine crossed
bats with the Clearwater team Wed-
needay afternoon.
The party was made up of the fol-
lowing persons:
Mr. W. H. Clark and family, R. E.
I Yonge, Alice Yonge, Rossie Yonge, R.
A. Stickney and wife, Dr, Izlar, C. E.
Ball, Mr. A, J. Campbell, Mrs. H. A.
Ford, Miss Emily Stotesbury, Miss
Emily Ford, Miss Meta Jewett, E. P.
Thagard, Hugh Haley, Mrs. R. B. Mc-
Connell, Mrs. Mason, W. E. Finch,
Allie Van Juhan, Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
Mrs. Engleby and children, Ed. Ben-
nett, Miss Ethel Robinson, Fred Vogt,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Standley and
children, John Dunu and Charlie
Miller, Clifford Anderson, H. B. Clark-
son, G. A. Nash, Tex Martin, Mrs. T.
D. Lancaster and children who will
remain for a month. Howard Clark,
Miss Fannie Clark, Sanford Jewett,
Buford 14itner, Charlotte Leitner,
Mrs. F. E. Harris, Master Frank Har-
ris, Tom H. Harris, Miss Sara E. Har-
ris, Moses Lddell, Bert Mathews,
Stephen Jewett, W. C. Jeflbfords and
wife. Duke Cato, B. B. Love, (. W.
Hunter, P. B. Dukes, Will Stevens,
Mrs. Ed. Vaughn and daughter,
Frank Gale and sister, J. H. Taylor,
Miss Lou Gambeby, Miss Maggie Tay-
lor, Miss Sue Barco, Mrs. R. L. An-
derson Misses Mary and Rebecca An-
derson, J. 0. Speriln, Charlie Brian,
Dell Moody, Chester Finch.
The ball game was witnessed by the
whole population of Clearwater and
adjoining places.
With Ocala's large delegation of
fair, feminine "rooters," who were
there with waving flags and inspiring
huzzas, it is no surprise to the people
here that the score stood thirteen to


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23, 1901.


three in favor of the Brick City's.
Clearwater is one of the prettiest
places on the gulf coast. Its waters
are as beautiful as a burnished mir-
ror, and the homes of its winter visi-
tors and permanent residents are
among the most attractive in the
state.
The hospitable people did every-
thing to make the stay of the visitors
pleasant, giving them a boat ride,
surf bathing, a dance and a drive
over the beautiful Beair hotel
grounds and near-by orange groves
and pinerles.
The trip was enjoyed by every one
of the visitors.
r a ufreps.
Mrs. Riehard MConrathy left last
STuesday hfr a tour of Europe, and
will be gone several months.
She will be be met in New York by
her sister, Mrs. Snyder, from Sra-
mento, Cal., and her niece, Miss
Marie Smith, from Louisville, Ky.
The ladies will first visit London
and attend the Ecumenical Council,
which meets there early in Septem-
ber.
From London they will go to Paris
and other principal points on the
continent.
Mrs. Snyder and Mis Smith will
perhaps extend their trip for a year
or more.
Steps the Cogh sand Works 0O the
nold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 25 cents. t


OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY

A Few Margaltu
While They lrat.
One large Cabinet Orcan, first
class order ..............$100 00
One Standard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two burners, with
oven, only ............... 500
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, no
oven ............... .... 4 50
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
Stove, new, two burners,
no oven .......... ........... 7 76
One chest Carpenter's Tools,
complete, a big bargain at 45 00
Lot new Hat Racks, $4.25 to 15 00
Lat Mowing Seythes, cheap.
We have always on hand
BAIRGAINS
in new and second hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will do well to call on
us.
OCALA FUIR ITUlIE CO.


The appointment of Dr. D. A.
Smith as major and smgeon general
upon thestaffof General W. D. Bal-
Iantine, command of the Second
Brigade of Florida Diviaen U. V.,
was a pleasant rprise, no doubt, to
Dr. Smith, whose nunmesro i ds
wil gladly eogaatehmim, as they
, would in any promotion or honmr be.
stowed, as he looked spon by a as
worthy and e et In any eaalty.
-Anthony rsespodent Timn sn-
on and Cltien.
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Esrly

Choosers
Fare Best


It m0't to h r-
pond that we =kd
overook the Im
tant Matter of I
for men. Hr are
somae beautiful pbee
--adra fie gfg-
haml eheviob-hatt
you will, with hand-
some color efsete In
almost any shmde
you may desire.
And the rime are
wor th considering,
too.

PreetliCk BeautIftlyg.
It isn't too late to
buy a parasol; there
is plenty of sunny,
hot weather still to
come,and plenty of
reason for lbuyiag
Just now. The solid
worth of these par-
asols will surly
make you happy in
pureasting on e.
home silk, some
cotton-all beaOi-
ful and all with
fast colors.

For FaU Waisto,
SW arWe already ~ow
Sta ome of t rheav
ler goods r lM -
Sm* rbelahbt ine-
.Tbeyarein sid eele
one or igured, as yo
may choose, and you
h a yer chain of
the mant popelr pat
Ir B teras at popular
esa. Be among
early called ad get
your eboiie.

M. FISHEL,
OGeaa a em s


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THE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST 23, 1901


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--As for-


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

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

J f. o\. EFiyq
A Fiulda*


The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Rosii
Ellis Youre, jr., is reported quite sic
this morning.
Hon. B. H. Palmer. of lake City
has been appointed judge of the their
Judicial circuit.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Wit
Edwards, of the firm of Edward
Brs.. is down today with quite a sM
rious attack of bilious fever.
The names of the Ocala people wb
are absent for the summer fill a col
ama and a half of the Oaal Banner
(keala people must have money.
Celooe L P. Miller, one of tb
mst scientific and practical farmer
in the county, is balding an elegant
t dwelling on his farm nea
OeahL Mr. D. Gamble is the con
tractor and builder.
A bhe and eay expetoaeUon is pro
deed by a few does of Ballard'm
Horebsand Syrup, n al cases o
bearoes, More throat, or difficulty o
beating. Price SS and 50 cts. Anti
Monopoly Drug Store. m
The Rellgious Digest, of which Rev
J. R. Biggs is editor, will soon get oul
a special edition of 5600 copies for the
relief of the First Christian church
surfers of Jacksonville. The watch
fl advrtser will take the advantage
this edition ofes.
The enterprising business men ol
Ocla have again succeeded in getting
up another excursioon to that city for
the Sth last. This will make about
fer excursions run to that point dur-
ing the summer, which adds great
deal to t hinoeome of the city.-
Oaevillse Son.
A.. Davis, Mt. sterling, Is., writes:
"I was tmbled with kidney com.
plait or about two years, but twe
e dollar bottles of Foley's Kidney
COn -eted a parmnoent cure."
Aa-Mmaeply Drg tore. m
he agriemltmral display in the win-
dew of the ap4own ticket offiee of
tam 6 ah4 Air ime twl y eon.

epm of mwo wer
S.o the alameoatm by Meam
w m d hDtm, L.msP
Nom .team eabl toe-
Seai, Mie pe.r e palm,
aus by pdi, uM -dl have Se
ewed ama bum. de ass ita e
mewmbl. The Mians peeper
Ia -sI M Besedes eganures
aeM-ment wl e 1Om em isWhillte
oea. i o e 0 sts In bowes, tubes
eo. auli-Mnoopoly Drug Store. m
Mim Byr Wartmaan, of Citra,
I egrlen a mrse oem in Oeala of
Oeber it. be ira a s eommlshed
mmseui and is a graduate of the
hew aned Cemservateory of Mati c
at vsi, ai Me. r being an
-esnmplldd m cien she is gifted
wommn l other epes csaad will be a
walase equiseitio to our city, and
spelly in ebureh eireles.
Wm. 7Fln. of ULma 0. obtained
excellent saults from the use of
Foley's Kidney cure. "It relieved my
tackaEce and severe pain over the
hiys It tonned m system and gave
for new hsim and e takey. It is anck
boride everyand liable and samedy, a scan cride
for all day loney diseasethout" Ati i no
Maopy Drugl years seem to be tore.till i
MHon. A. Tergue, father of Me, asr.
mne of W. nd Frpriankr A., pabus med
throfah Owasl int Te sday en route
toCitnferen with Col. Robeinsonll visit
for some weeks. He is elghty-three
yerm old and is robust and vigorous
for his age. He takes a horseebck
rideevery day and says he can ride
all day lang without fatigue, but is not
oust on his leg. like he once was.
Many useful years seem to be still 'in
atore for him.
Hon. H. C. Groves, post aster, and
one of the enterprisint busiuess men
of (Ocala, was in the city t$unday and
y,-terday. Judgint from his cl,,,e
'otnferene with Cola. Robinson and


An order was filed in the clerk's of-
flee of the United States court at
Jacksonville Monday, appointing R.
A. Burford, eo this city, special mas-
ter in the case of E. Jennie H. Rich-
ardson vs. the Camp Phosphate Com-
pany, etal.


What most people want is something
mild and gentle, when in need of a
physic. Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver ITblets fill the bill to a dot.
They are easytoitake and pleasant in
effect. For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Mr. Alfred Ayer, assessor of rev-
enue, and Mr. Thomas E. Pasteur,
county treasurer, bave just returned
from a trip to Lake Weir, and are In
love with the Badford Bros.' forty
acre bearing orange grove and other
smaller groves that they saw there in
full bearing. All indications point to
the fact that Marion county will
again take her place as the greatest
orange producing county in Florida.
"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 a complete cure.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
The late Justice Bradley, of the su-
preme court, was the son of a char-
coal burner; Turner, the great paint.
er, was the son of a barber; the moth-
er of William E. Dodge, the philan-
thropist, kept a little thread and nee-
dle store; Peter Ceoper worked for
small wages in a glue factory; Lord
Clive was regarded as a useless boy
and was shipped to India to be gotten
rid of; John Banyan mended kettles
and tin pns; Andrew Carnegie be-
gan life at fifty cents a week and
Henry M. Flagler was a poor man at
fifty. Don't be discouraged. The
bottom rail does not always remain at
the bottom nor the top rail at the top.
Tuskegee, Ala., July s8, 1878.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-My Dear Sir: Jus-
tice to you demands that I should
give you my experience with your ex-
cellent medicine, Teethina. Our lit-
tle girl, just thirteen months old, has
had much trouble teething. Every
remedy was exhausted in the shape of
prescriptions from family physicians.
Her bowels continued to pass off pure
blood and burning fever continued
for days at a time. Her life was al-
most despaired of. Her mother de-
termined to try Teethina and in a day
or two there was a great change-new
life had returned-the bowels were
regular, and, thanks to Teethina, the
little babe is now doing well.
Yours, etc.,
D. W. McIvEB,
Editor and proprietor Tuskegee
(Ala.) News. 8-16.
Wlhem t May or May Met eamera.
Toole nower adune amiouMqen
. The p am mn at every eely al-
ied to the stupid, oo-eared variety
ftmim-aal waoean n the Ocala cor-
m~na & e te .j-mes-Unio and
i m a ttriban th athksbi
oC t. .BImm r, tm aMt ndividuaM l -
m.tga gi ve himel he eleas cor-
-mgmabm tie earme.
OCAL.T..U. AC.am rv w mrrIT.
a Sele Earage. I


Mesars. Orhie Lloyd and John
Ballard, formerly of this city, mar-
ried twin sltegr in Wa&crO, Ga., a
few dayago. It was the old story of
"love laughing at locksmiths." the
yongladies are said to be great fa-
vorites in social irles, and we con-
gratulate the young gentlemen.
The Boet PeOrseriptMee fr Malarts
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. :

Seead Same of Sall at Clearwater.
In the second game of ball, played
yesterday afternoon at Clearwater,
the score stood 8 to 3 in favor of Ocala.
In the first game Clark was pitcher
and in the second Jewett. Butler, of
the Clearwater team, made a home
run on the seventh inning.
The visitors were nicely cared for
and all fell in love with the place and
its people.
To Cre a Celd in Oe Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to care. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25e. r
Wasted.


LINES TO DR. AND MRS. D M. SMITH
ON THE DEATH OF "LITTLE DADE'"
As a tender mother guiding little steps,
When place% come. at which her feet
Would trip lift up your little child in arms
of love, and set her down beyond all harm.
Sc did Our Father" watch your precious one.
Led o'er the stones by you, who stumbled oft
Yourself. but strove to help your darling on.
He saw the sweet limbs faltering, and saw
Rough ways before her,where your arms would
fail.
So reached from heaven, and lifting the dear
child.
Who smiled in leaving you. He put her down
Beyond all hurt, beyond your sight, and hade
Her wait for you. Shall you not then be glad.
And thanking God, pass on to overtake?'
August aoth, sgoi. M. L. B.
Off FTr Hew Yerk.
Mr. Edw. T. Helvenston, who has


grown up in the mercantile business
in this city, and made its varied fea-
tures a life study, will start next Sat-
urday on his ninth annual purchas-
Ing tour, and will visit before his re-
turn the cities of Boston, Philadel-
phia and New York.
Mr. Helvenston will leave Jackson-
ville Sunday morning on the Apache,
the new steamer of the Clyde Line.
He will be gone three weeks and
will devote the entire time In study
ing the market in the latest creations
in winter fabrics, Mr. Weathers hav.
ing already purchased the goods for
the grocery and ready made clothing
departments.
Mr. Helvenston will be assisted in
his purchases by Mr. H. B. Masters in
person and will have an eye single to
please his lady customers, and we
stand ready to guarantee that he will
not fall in his efforts.
What's Veer Fae Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun-
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver trouble
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complex-
ion. Only 25 cents at Garrett and
Gerig's Drug Store. 6
The Kids at Antheny.
The Kids, true to their engagement,
went to Anthony last Tuesday and
met the Anthony team that after-
noon. They were short three men
but put up as nervy a fight as they
could under the circumstances, the
game ending wihb a score of 25 to 10
in favor of the Anthony nine.
The boys will repeat the game in
Ocala next Thursday, which it is
hoped will be more interesting and
les one-sided.
The boys my the Anthony Kids are
sprouting whiskers and look big
Enough to be American-Spanish war
veterans.
Toe KaeI What Yoe Are rakiag
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. 60..
MBasseerios at SpIag aree.
Ift-----ra* w --
Prpmetorm from Ocala have been
visiting this section for several weeks.
Bols, bays and spring heads bave
be searched for traces of oil and
other substances. It Is reported upon
relsle authority that tracer of gold
have been found on the lake hbore in
the vicinity of Yellow Bluff. That .
phosphate has been found in large I
qwpvtt'ep on lake George seems now
to be no longer doubted, so that this
section of Marion county is likely to
come into prominent notice in the
near future.
Jeob Seme't Naw Sted it
Ifhe'd had Itchlng piles. They're ter-
nbly annoying; but Bucklen's Arnic i
Salve will cure the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands.
For injuries, pains or bodily eruptions
it's the best salve in the world. Price
25e a box. Care guaranteed by Garrett
and Gerig Druggists. 6
Piaeapples.


The pineapple is a superior fruit,
and Mr. A. E. Burnett has demon-
strated that it can be grown as per-
fectly in this latitude as anywhere
else on the globe. He has six hun-
dred plants in fruitage and one hun-
dred already matured.



This signature is on every hox of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quiine j bGTab
the rMdy that eere Mit cwu o n m
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mc- VER


A stout, healthy boy, white not


and JA CKA


a,- r r a .S.S .A A S


Eczema
How it reddens the skin, Itches, oase,
dries and scales
Some people call it tetter, milk crust or
salt rheum.
The "uflering from it is sometimes In-
tense; local applications are resorted to-
they mitigate, but cannot cure.
It proceeds from humors Inherited or ac-
quired and persists until these hare been
removed.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
i(oitively reznoves th'm, has radically
.:.d rprmanently cured the worst cases. and
;? without an equal for all cutaneous
ico:, 's *ILLS are the be rateart'e. Prie25ce,.t


A t t the Sahley IeMPiry.
This is the way the Times-Union &
Citizen puts it:
A correspondent ak "what will
be the result of the Sabley inquiry?"
Perhaps we should not tell in advance,
but the question is so earnestly put
that we venture to answer.
There can be but one verdict-a con-
demnation of its administration. If
Sehley is found guilty of reprehensi-
ble conduct, why did Wecretary Long
recommend him for promotion, and
why did the president send in his name
to the senate? After expressing want
of confidence by putting an officer in-
ferior in rank over the head of Sebley,
was the president so ignorant of the
facts as to applaud him tor guilt and
promote him for incompetency?
But, if Sehley is vindicated, the
treatment he has received from Samp-
son, Crowinphield and Long has been
so outrageous that Long would feel
called upon to resign immediately,
and the other two men must call for
an investigation for their vindication.
In either case, could anything be
worse for the administration than this
court for which Long and Rampson
have moneuvered so long and so ar-
dently expressed their wishes and
their hopes? It is expected that
Schley's personal character will be
vigorously attacked, and most obloquy
may be heaped on him in this way,
but would the disgrace of a man who
had been recommended for promotion
help the president and his advisers?
A Summer's Trip at Little east 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 coaebes or
Pullman sleeping ears, 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 ofibals,
many o moiies of the state militia
Forida s delegat4 n to the annual en.
eampment of th Grand Army of the
Republic, mad others.
r.f. of 10 Wst Bay
street, Jacknmovile, the reprwts.
Live o' the Southern Railway, is in
ll large of ranging this popular
aMlr, sad wil be ddlbd to give
promptst atntmo to amy mad all
inquiries.
The tour will consist of about ten
ays, but of core it ie not nessary
to return In that time unless It is spe-
cially desired.
To eaMl a KIrt.
Use Banner Salve, the great heater.
It's gnranteed or cuts, sore, wounds,
piles and all skin diseaes. Use no
substitute. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Ptore. m


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Ura

2: .


To raise good


you must have I'u~tah-

4Fertilizers containinli


at least


to


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Potash will give bc%:


results

kinds.


on fruits


of itlI


Write fl mfar painpbkl.wh. .SI
I*- in every farmer's labraur
They pre 'nt frer
GERMAN KALI WfwkkN



Save
Your VegetableO!


S.A.HNAs ap(4

Protseta orchards, prdeuns, ,s.,
corn, tobac, eurumbetr, tom'
and al other fruits sa ve-pe
from th mravags of iweS wioths
the Me of pntso orfprny. fMl MW
for sample trap by mal.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVR T
COUNTY. Address.
J. B. SUUTION, mdi&sa.
6-28 Oesal.
&ee local notice In a another rel


A Good Fmundatble


Means acofort, pe anOd meJt
The blood can't elsealu thr op
poor feet erampsd d iehed iae..
tight whom or she- of amma
shape. The feet mwbo cewsm a"
bunions, and the sluhd elealiss
afects the emtie heaMh.
Wesellsahesthat am shaped Mb
the hbman foe, but yet whibt imel
a air of elamee md lyb. ( t-
fertable b@hos are et messmarimty
--not so at all, If yo esme hem.

G. A. NASH.
mSoth s mdeof the sqa Oa., .Ph


J L-
rMc *r


AT MEAT
To grow strmg. Unlek we go
Stws' meat we may a well let


it slt,*. There is no smtrerth


C~s ~ Us


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OCALA


BANNER.


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


OCALA, FLORIDA,


FRIDAY. AUGUST 23, 1901.


DOLLAR A YEAR.


a~lm6 -r 3Ar~HL Z e ie 3r~r
SOW 1.1m&Umft nw~asioqiand die-

M6, well te em. of the mot unique
QW648e w .tt wAo t in thip awtli..
It will b mO of lbr attrartiom in

Je t m% ISMYe is nw night
-6wk at bw 4 sma Room.
1 fJTa. T Lawsm, of NowMuff, is
aftmg Ihal4 s b ves9 todaya.
Tbw erwe t-twao ticket. sold

j Awm' Hari.uI has dee'Icl nowt 1
v. "r"'m i lgirnmp tee trla


j %vrivem.'r aIauoing frurmn

I *o-r I I t. tll m11W4urih tile I wIII W
u- git .IU-1 416 *'a q la -..

Part*,I J, Ir.m ..lll Yesterdtay.
U r A &a A Ku k v-ha. rti *
66 Iso-li" 11 Baetaf7 Pubbo. sr ltve- %tate-

ot VA I.- Wmm wq wft a pleao-
&$a! re biernt nor e um Wednesday

rIr Frm m Vaselkeburg. of VaI-
4e. ler.. a .tll p tmU o the city

1% iew rrvr at Pmasnmfkee $run-
da) amt at a ip m.. eduted by
W% I' Utmty
feeml Aftwertes Vqt of )maslelmo.
ne en m l Ckft aay. He .me up

4 .4 Nek eRUW%. of C4rystal River.,
wis i ta. Es oy~ewfY making a 1tig
4etomt It wag nel mm"Wy.
tame J.4v H Mtefwvn. industrial
sevist .-f the Pstil ty.VeiIJ. warso
*' the. i-als 14e-. Turseetay.
aiistd P ri I.uuinant n iviv I-.
v I !, so. w,% 4 f .I-t ir i tlFi
Wq ~ bs. qjg P 00 1%

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j a. Mr- Irauk Har
Il 1 Vs1, .Tes iHamri, ha.F.
fe. s IFeAILh Hartvi Jr.arrlcq.Lk
.es' 4arwatSI-? 1t refla1 tile In -t
.1: tewotouet uA st tie. benma t4ale
sIo-arwat~r l a..j1. They were iide

M: LeemIwse Nlim gve a ar..kina.
toort:. I-- tOewbik**ity t1rrbetr s isa
F i,6s .ceiusamg whn a aery pleaant
vItW woo m qeet by tbhe wopi@ t at
401060 and mINUMO 1- O the nehstia.
am.i a6 4 be .' s4'of OWe"folliwlu
*embov Kari Wat. be."4@r. plam
4 e rIaid, ew~etWiliour


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0%- He6. ad s emthus a&ilt l a -y
~~ Gor *~U' eaI-lit 0-1 gw atfliop

owl. ol .1 I .1., Is 0e.3 am illey
ler..t j It go% a-naltiatet reict.
sit ,, *nw.re gissiI'lieu lall liii'
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Vl Ja&. Ki0A 01:1eave next
Ma Arva) ef', a g'taror isiU t rit. H
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Nowe % .-ri, He sal! tab.i-.* t6- ittle- in
ae~i. epw- lil- -SuItI 'tfliag
IS 0-4 U Is0a e teiala W.%0 1- Qr I,

em~ *d ifr Ia SIe i t my 11s -'~
51.9-of t? os aS.11.% %tA01-IL-eentiaelp

I .9 mtou &-e-f &. a *lI. 01.4t the'
11" IP46 IN.A. 441144 #1&%a l a t 'snq'
t Ibh p..enlt wf. 1 % I i9ataltlg I-6 las
oe 6 ilek- II kows pUer 1-0 4 regular
4.1 ftb~ug a Ilw $of I hsah'ertaga's
Oftmawat s&&.II.t-vpr TmAmts t.when
0016~ 7 asd yen wall mevvy cbae
teatmee es gom mibsnet inlavtod upon
Ipe ?w : eobw. Vt *sf t lby Au-
elk. inU...1- ftc 1I


SaW WAYS OrF MAKINe O1ErT.

S l****op u Sw lustris-..-Se4 ral M
ad Iel Sggestgis.
Everybody, of course, in this age of
Sthe world, where nothing is held in
I common. and money is an idol to
which even the most devoted church
members bow down in adoration,


wats to make money, but a great
many don't know how to do it.
One ways to branch out into new
field, and try something that has not
been tried before: or evolve some
scheme for doing quickly what has
heretofore been- done slowly-as, for
instance, forcing the growth of cu-
erumbers in hot hou-es
Ostrieh farming in California and
Florida has ipr,,ven eminently sue-
,-O.ful and is entirely a new industry.
A manr in Misnouri has planted a
farm i: rinseng and has refused $Si,,-
rs, pe r acre for hns crop.
The l'riee of ginseng I1 12.50 per ten
plants or $1 for thirty seeds.
It is uawd by the Chinese for a re-
liir u incense.
Dr. it.LR. nowden is authority for
the statement that the plant will grow
well in Florida.
The raising of frogs has been suec
cmelly carried on by another Mis-
eori man.
He gives the following suggestions:
"The way to stock your pond is
simple enough, but to keep the frogs
in it after they mature is another
question. Frogs get notions every
.ece in a period to migrate. They
skip out, no matter if you wire screen
them siz feet high. I saw a lot of
fr~p going up such a screen like flies.


Florida offers a paradise for frog product of Lawrence county. Law.
raising. rence Valley is said to be the greatest
There are schemes and schemes, but sunflower-seed market of the world.
the latest and most extraordinary is Since the first clever farmer raised a
one projected to make a fortune by crop and sold it at nine cents a pound
raising alligators. The speculator is sunflower-seed raising has become an
quite serious in his undertaking, and industry among the local farmers.
has purchased 300 acres of swamp The cost of raising, threshing and
land in Georgia, into which he will preparing for the market an aere crop
turn his herd of alligators. The en- of snlower seed is much less han
tire 300 acres is to be fenced in. the cost of raising an are of corn or
rhirty-seven alligators have already wheat, and the crop is less disturbed
been placed on the farm, and the by drought. This year's crop wil
pormoter expects to realize $600 on his mount to 5,000,000 pounds, it is esti-
scheme next year. The alligator is mated.
said to be the most prolific of all ani- Here in Florida the sunflower
male, the goat not excepted, and grows as rank and almost with as lit-
where there is a ready demand for tie care as the common coffee weed.
them there is more money in raising A Boston paper is responsible for
them than in any other animal. That the following new and novel way of
there is a demand for them now is making money from an entirely new
shown by the fact that the promoter industry:
of this farm now has filed away in his "Some years ago 000 acres of land
office more orders than he can fill at were purchased in Florida for the
present. purpose of raising wild animals, so
that circus men and menagerie own-
Here is the land of alligators, where ta c m a m g o
Here is the land of alligators, where era would not have to go to India and
they are indigenous to every lake, and Africa for their beasts. The people of
pond, and stream, why is it left to a Florida, however, objected to the
Georgi man to raise a crop of allgsFld h v oe
Geora man to raise a crop of a thought of having ferocious lions,
tors or profit. bears, elephants, etc., running loose
Game of all kinds is getting scarcer in their community, so the beheme
every year, and so the young pigeon was abandoned. Our war with Spain
has come into favor. The raising of delayed matters for awhile, but now
squabs for the market is a new but three islands of the coast of Florida
growing business for boys who live in have been secured, and already expe-
villages, or on farms, near the large editions are being fitted out to search
cities. Very pleasant bsines it is, for animals and to have them brought
too, and very prohtable, if one may to the new farm- The islands are far
judge by the price paid for a down of enough apart so that they cannot
the best white ones in the market. swim from one to the other, and there
Strictly speaking, a pigeon is a is no fear of them getting awy. The
*squab" as long as it sits in the nest, new hones are covered with woods,
and as soon as it can utter querulou and in some parts a thick under-
cries for food it becomes a "squealer." brush, so it will seem to the animals


GREAT CLEARANCE SALE

OF


Summer Dress Goods, Laces,


Embroideries, Hats, Etc.

AT


H. B. MASTERS'


*POPULAR DEPARTMENT* STORE


We inaugurate this week a most extraordinary land sensational sale in
Summer I)ress Goods, Etc., and ask our patrons and friends to come and take
advantage of the greatest Dress Goods bargains ever offered in Ocala. We have
many beautiful summer fabrics left over, and they must be sold at once to make
room for our new fall stock which will arrive in a few weeks.


H. B. MASTERS.


Before making your pond always But for market purposes it is a squab
" tuy ome natural frog pond. Notice up to about one pound live weight
and three quarters of a pound dressed.
th. kind of vegetation that grows in One dozen squabs should average
anid around st and then act accord- from seven to nine pounds dressed,
i uly. FroPg mutit be well supplied but not drawn, and they should bring
with food. Put jp!enty of crawfish in about three dollars per dozen.
the first thing after the pond i c Here in Ocala we kill the pigeons,
.pltetdi. It is easy enough to stock a under ordinance, while really there is
i,,",. tly gathering the tad poles in the
- rtiog oy ttsear. u the tdpheys in the a fortune in store for some one who
,u rd ty the miiea.o. To keep f be will grow them for market. Unlike
,unrd by tie rillior To keeu faot chickens, they do not have to be fed,
is your p)tnd or muar*h you cannot
neglect the fool, supply. I have seen Down in Lawrence county, Illinois,
u, o.t frni that were dressed and there are acres and acres of good farm
ope~,eid oin tait partially dressed craw- land that every summer are given up
fi.h in their .tomarhis. and, to my entirely to sunflowers. When the
-urlri-, I "aw a good-sized. hard- new wheat is getting strong in the
thell turtle taken tfrm the maw of a I elds of other parts of the country,
frig. The froi will lok on shore and the fields of Lawrence Valley are dot-
en the water for fod. Small birds ted with little, tree-like plants that
that come to drink had better look grow with astonishing rapidity, and
out for his fro lets. He does not care finally burst into blossom, turning
a ,eat atwNmt feathers or beaks. The great purple brown dl ks, fringed
peculiar attraction of red for the frog with golden petals, to the sun. These
made me think that he ought to take sunflowers make a wonderfully pretty
kindly to boled crawfish. Frogs will picture when one gets up on a high


Opium is made from nem extract of
the white poppy, oad this plant grows
well in Florida, aud opium still com-
mands a high price.
A great many thiiug will become
profitable industries in Florida that
we now reck not of.
Active brait work i4 as necessary as
active physical labor and without the
latter very few things will grow even
in Florida.


TORTURES


-doo b C -

ilmWdl~L~ We kwi ~


YSOAP.
Amda 6--a- ---' VA6 CUT cv
CURA 0O1-4- t- e -ISU
trdtme t followed by Sins
domes of CIVFCURA MrRE.V~fr
to cool the Iseed i2 am
spey pdmyaj = W
cimfor terturlImg & lq.
Itching, a ON& R0gM s M
crutetd, an;d=
humswrinr ve
muLuoxe Ussa CUTICUR Bow, ausby
Culcurs Oitnmst, for PrsvlutP, lfI
sad besnufylug ft she ii, for l she
scalp and tes e ppiu of fau M r s
ening, whbistg, ad s eeag ed, Mhno
and sre h aa, for by mb7 U# SWmup,
and lrrIl~oi, smd for alsNe opwms ot
the toet, bah and awer. flM
Women uOe CTUCra 6 01 tR 0i
of bath for ammeyfg I tnlsM mwall.
moines, and =amyau mO anmpfpm-a
Dm ua Cam. Cam. 5h PIes.



For Best Vaimm
.In..~....

COLLARS
CUFFS


ME"'S hOBIERY
UN NER3WEAR
MAIS
UNDU ELLA
EwC ETC.


quite like their native jungles. Care eckham & Go..
will be taken to divide the animals in IMERCHATS' SL8,
such a way that the quarrelsome ones OCALA FLOLA.
will not be on the same islands, so
they will probably be more peaceful
than in their own homes.
The pine needle industry is becom- BENU BAKER
ing a very important one on the Pa-
cific coast, and surely we grow as
many pine trees and as big ones in
Florida as are grown along the Pa-
cife or anywhere else in this country.
From the leaves of the pines oils are l *h%.0 4
extracted, which are believed to be
beneficial in pulmonary complaints.
Two crops are gathered yearly, the
later one being always the largest.
The leaves of the young trees are pre-
ferred, yielding a better quality of
oil, it is said. The leaves are stripped
from the trees by women azd men,
who are paid 35 cents a hundred
pounds for the needle. Five hun-i
dred pounds is regarded as an aver- TUE STA F OF bM
aAsdade whee Is pure. elmS, wLbe-
ae day's work. I some and noarising. We haveblt
In the extraction of pine oil 2000 up a reputation on te qiaft~ of ow
omands of ien eavs m r aonired to' *uemA


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