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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: August 30, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


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


OCALA, FLORIDA,


FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1901.


fAXW.TA.Ab 4MA VU3AX


OCALA AN SILVER SPRING.


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i"W Pa, who burrmowed foh this
-Oa k* ahmaG os of Cmbmere Ec1.
4was" wep~iisi turm smue as

AftIn WIew b vbsig tIsTmpa.
Me. IL C. no"h b o uoe to li-
"e n
Nhu dUlmePAUiIs viomiting friends
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Mrs 11m H. Wall sand 'hil-
me arw vtrsm relatives in Atlanta.
Mrs Toompkm4.s and Mrs. Davie-. of
'%#wb flthErwalmm. an.rvisitinag Nim ei-I

He..ey mrevveat, n(f High Springi,
-4t. loot mat nday and Minday in

Mi J W P4ylwe.terastattaily
.GWO M..o'd vatst. th ie,1m. 1..1d41. rvm-
11 -e't SIB IW mmowund ward .
T%,.. little damgsiter 44Mr. m&fe l .m.
\1 H1modl.uamvai ho itahabe'eu ill,
s oe are glad 1 4o wy. tvrve*vring.
Mr- J Jl Jarikm and -lldrmij. o(
m4sa m aft tie dcu g #%f ifMrs. Jack-
mmcv. Mr. avd Mi.. J. M.

N Hemolk'aman leave vct week
.r Ne ir % sek ( urCvi a aticek 4of
a I atoeI lwte gIUNe. f..l tibe Ilevtat

A ft. I6ts and hujil% have govac
faal hae'4 41 humdo l i In aarmIck,
I mlw flhwy will vimat leer six

I rselte Jm EJrm h ap returned from
- eamrt Ie tic. 'an-utan-Aine-'av, Fa'-
- Itsw He bed a delvthtful rrin and
wa thoto-octly 14anwd with the- eOR

rs J Hilourna and little own,
o*p- arl e sittasutit hefn-Amacnleaft
* aupeta'we Toy will aso visit rela-
r.. as. Iiselmld 4pb before rptunaivag
I`, l.ri4.
%it W % ficLoker and daughlte'r,
li. s I-~ H-m-ker, have roltuned
V-* Si II..' nhos..utrcAa. veerr (Chattamollf-
%t#*t-fr ihwy leave' r w*jji smeting Ifur
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I-' I.rO 'ale.


M, I I- 1 '-rlisp gun.. t., New
-r& mirter he uill I ur-'bam a "tmeckI
.'goo-oto iruifetas4ag g~mooA. f orIhi- vnew
..eaI..hmwoe. mii.I, wall omiasrtly lee
-Ow'b4 Isa the ohmw Iii'S 11c.m'uge"eI toy
Ms J N %es'li
1i 'm I Tle.'msus.'e. otf thia city,
w.. m aottegdine the Mdei (tloiver-
-st,, .f KestuLy i. Wa. IPlarv owvred a
)OW41t...h.'-(ter.luni a Aia am im oat-
got Thh i* .4 aute an ho or and 'no
thet wV ar Oeav to dea rveti toy Mr.

k. R. am pi. Mof Mrgaaswn, jInd,.
isai too @"n mg' t"lior t welve tnimes in
toew migt mmd had seve"r toackarbe
ased patas Aia&the kidwey, Was cured
a', idey'q Kidney pare. It,' gsaran-
teed Amta-Naompoly Drug Mtore. In


Mrs. S. L. Patterson, of Miami, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Barco.
Miss eLlz Edwards is home again
after a mast enjoyable trip to Mrs.
Jno. W. Pearon and Mi Pearl Pear.
soa, at Harriseomvle, Mo.
Mr. W. K. McDonald and children,
who went to Atlanta two months ago
far the purpose of having the little
gir's eyes treated by Dr. (Clhoun, re-
tumed home Sunday morning, the
baby's eyes being almost entirely re.
covered. They will remain about a
month, then they will return to At-
lanta, where in future they will reside.
"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-
ierlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I am happy to say it gave
immediate relief and a complete cure.
For sale i1y Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m


Arrangements are now being per-
fetted to have a tournament of the
ditlerent gun clubs of the state to
meet in (kOala at some future time. It
is proio edi to pick five out of each
club. and we understand that Clar-
ence and Jack Camp, Hugh Morrow,
W. A. hkorweand J. M. Dell will be
the ones that will go from this place
to represnt the Uainesville club at
the shoot. The railroads have given
a reduced rate of one fare for the
round trip and it is anticipated that a
very large number of the citizens will
go down as well as a good many mem-
bers of the club.--Gainesville Sun.


RE


The WUeea d the Medla of Florida
-Faets, Fetw and a Legeid.
The true Hadji performs his pil-
grimage from Mecca to Medina on
foot. It is done first to comply with
the laws enjoined by the Koran; see-
ond to enjoy the beauty of the country
gone over in a higher degree than it
would be possible if traveled by any
other mode of locomotion.
If Bayard Taylor had traveled over
Europe by rail Instead of on foot the
world would have been deprived of
the beautiful descriptions of so much
that he saw in his book entitled:
"Views A-Foot."
A Mecca cannot be without its Me-
dina. Without the Hadjirah Moham.
med never would have succeeded in
establishing his religion.
By every consideration of location,
elevation, picturesquenies, beauty of
surroundings, medieval forests and
scenic attractictions generally, Ocala
is, and of right s entitled to be, the
Mecca of Florida.
Likewise, the chomning valley of
Silver Springs is, and of right is en-
titled to be, its Medina. It posse
the purest element for the ablution of
the true believer and the (iaur.
Thevalley of the silver Spring s as
fertile as the valley of the Nile, and
aboands in almost unbroken forests
of sublime grander and beauty.
The basin of the spring is about five
acres in extent, and the depth varies
from forty to sixty feet and through
clefts in the rocks there bubbles to the
surface the clearest and most transpar-
ent water on the globe. In some
places it comes up with such force as
to resemble an inverted cataract.
The water of Silver Springslis in re-
ality more transparent than the air,
objects may be seen at a greater dis-
tance, and like a prism reflects all the
colors of the rainbow.
The tiniest scale on the tiniest fish
at the bottom is visible;to the; naked
eye and his every movement is dis-
tinctly seen at the depth of sixty feet.
The excursionists who floats in a boat
upon this limpid sheet of water en-
joys a birds-eye view of an aquatic
world. He sees hills and dales,:cover-
ed with variegated colors of rich veg-
etation of sweet water plants, and in-
terspread with the fanciful groups of
white rocks, amongst which the jets


EMBERI


ON TRIAL


We shall be very glad to have you open
an account with us on trial, subject to termina-
tion at your pleasure.


MUNROE & CHAMBLISS,


BANKERS.


OCALA,


- FLORIDA.


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of water send that pure element to
the surface of the basin like a turbu-
lent fountain and mirrors a picture on
the eye to which the celebrated blue
grotto at Capri, in the cliffs of the
Mediterranean, is not at all compara-
ble.
The inhabitants of the watery world
can be watched with minutenes in
their eachh and chase for food, in
their state of rest, and in their sport-
ive plays.
Trout, perch, turtles, and other fish,
sometimes including even the m:ld-
eyed alligator, pass before the vision
of the observer like the moving pic-
tures in the iphbantasmaora of a
dream.
The surroundings of this wonderful
Beauty spot is still as nature left it and
we today, ay as DeSeto did when he
first beheld it: "Here is a picture of
paradise; who drinks or bathes in
these waters shall be blessed with per-
petual youth."
For almost a century the Spaniards
were indefatigable in search fori(the
"Fountain of Youth" and when Ithe
intrepid DeSoto pitched his tent be-
side the translucent waters of Silver
Spring we can hear him joyfully ex-
claiming, "Eureka!"-"I have found
it!"
Silver Springs sends forth a deep
stream of water sixty to one hundred
feet wide, and runs for a distance of
nine miles when it finally empties
into the Ocklawaha river, but for a
distance of some miles the waters do
not intermingle, and the bright, pearly
waters of the one present a beautiful


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A Cyclone Price Smashing Without an Equal

Store Jammed Full of Thrifty Buyers! The


Greatest and Grandest Shoe Sale Ev

Inaugurated is Now On! You are

Bargain-Proof if You can:Resist

the Wonderful Bargains we

Offer! Join the Crowd!


Above all things, don't forget that we guarantee to place a pair of shoes on your feet,
your wife's feet, or your child's feet for any amount of money you bring. THIS IS NO
HUMBUG, BUT A SHOE SALE, by which we mean to rid ourselves of every pair of
shoes on our shelves. We don't want one pair left, and will not if shoes of the best makes
at almost no price at all, will sell. Please give us a trial and be convinced, or ask any of
the two hundred people whom we fitted with shoes yesterday, when this CRASHING,
SMASHING SALE began. Come today and get fitted in a pair of shoes for just half of
what it will cost you anywhere else. Today is your chance to visit A- .


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contrast to the dark, muddy waters of
the other, and finally the weaker
yields and the two intermingle and
become as one, which Inspired a
Marion county poet to indite the fol-
lowing cludc:
Par south, 'mid gloom and shadows of the cy-
pre woods
Was Ocklawaha born;
The swamp his sombre mother, whoae dark
slituds
e early left, and i his childish moods
Kept paying on.
A boy. he lgered with the boanet coeed
lakes,
Where mashie loves to dwell
And learned to amm tte wil dudthe umrshy
brakes.
Or catch the timid dear, whae pastaig sakes
ms thirst ia shndy de .
His youth was spend tmus flr t gatherlft
stregth ad power
rom limpid takes d a prg .
Till manhoodldawaig o hiMm, brought the an-
spidcts hour
To leave his ylvma ats, each leafy bower.
And youth-like dafllyiap.
There was a beauteous maiden, lovely and moat
fair.
A maiden called Silver Sprteg;
Nurtured in beauty,.cherished with unwont-
ed care.
And none could claim her equal-none compare-
But all her praise would ing.
Once straying from her flower embaomed, fa-
grant home.
Her Ocklawaha met.
Enamored of her beauty, he but murmered,
"Come,
For thee hast destiny caused me to roam,
Lonely and sad till yet."
Then bright, sweetly smiled she, yielding all
her charms
Unto the hunter bold,
And threw herself all pure into his outstretched
arms,
And onward passed they midst stormsand calms
With ecstacies untold.
Then in the honeymoon of this measured
bliss,
They wandered here and there;
Although regardless of their footsteps turned
amiss,
Meandering first in that way. then in this
Within the forest fair.
Now travelers, tracing Octlawaha's crooked
way,
Oft wonder why 'tis so.
It is the loving path, were wandering day by
day,
The warrior with his lovely bride did stray,
Thus loving spirits go,
It Olrdles the lel-
The fame of Bueklen's Arnle Baile,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect MhOie
of cuts, corns, brs, braums, sorea,
scalds, boils, alcers, felons, aches,
pai and all skin eruptkos. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25e a box at Gar-
ret & Gerig's. 1
For Sale.
Ten thousand strawberry plants;
fine variety. September is the best
time for planting. Address M J.
F. Williamson, Ocala, Fa. & -t

OCALA FURNITlURE GMIPA


A Few Bargalms
While They I-M.
One large Cabinet Organ, first
class order ................100 0
One Standard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two burners, with
oven, only ........'... 00
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, no
oven ......................... 4 0
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
Stove, new, two burner,
no oven ........ ............ 75
One chest Carpenter's Tool,
complete, a big bargain at 45 00
Lot new Hat Backs, SS to 15 0
Lat Mowing Sythee, cheap.
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Mr. Tony Klunwtten, tlh well known
cigar mannfm',turer of Waldo, ha
I l1en lvi'tiui g th'ala.
Janite J. l*yles, one of our pros- r-
Ii, ur former, living i ,ir (the city,
m*id. lin tconvrmation htday, that thisl
li sts been the bwt corn sWason lie hIs
Sever known. 1 llr mrp will average
at thirty bu.hlts Ier ec, lid he Im
uI um no, f.rltillasro. Mhwt of the fhrm-
the ptntits 'itr! make thl% a4tnloe xllelut t wlwrt.l
I lots Wq Mr. J. M. Ntly, thkWlaO's lpoulr
roeledrate i htw man. will, t ryn muh l rfsrt
h ,*I to say, move hls strr k in a few days
Ito Jackmsnvtihs when he will enter
o0d into ltuu* c W' Mr. Neely1 -I u ore
our nlot popular mermhatuan muad lr t-
rivt was a grsiv citisens and we sincerty r -
lgrt to low him. The lbet wishes of
It t tlhe Clta Banner and a host of
StitoIV etuendsr Ia with him to his new home.
hiat.
SINo one nUIoW the untwbl able tor-
S.I Y t ure, the, t# 'ulla a' ud niitgu l nu.
c u md by pilr*, uuler they hawe suf-
Floridah. fterrl from them MMay ltlieve them
Sncurai 'le. This is a mistake. piper
I treatitur t will cure them. Tabler's
t l allihAh t 'kleye t l, t Oilii tl l it' n if it lille
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Mr. W.F. Ilamun~l. tp'tfe'0 11 a
wrll-\b'rtr. was in town Monday fom
the m'urrIvoo ot Vk4,ubuatIiig a 1l-.1for
N iltiti *1 oil well for p wrtio who-. hle
y-A have anmle fiamn-tal h ackilg.
Tihe %.'ihtra'4 is to tNwe to a depth of
, teet. Mr. HIM a\mito has supreme
ftith m the tidoint of oAl In 'nittna,
Nut Jiw t think the retwrwrir t.4
be raeahed undosi.kA fret undt* uin-
der e1 treaiduy ltwkeir'umstances
'Thr~ntgt the months I June aud
Jui .ur bab twas t Wthing and tokxr
a r~nlug offk -4 the tio &Us a1i esi
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The marriage of Mr. fleler.
*IA ~Satunlry at Id o'Wclk Mr. It.
SW. i'logltr, of thisPaitate, aud MLIM
Mary' L~. KNon, of WiltusIgtol, N.
('., wert' married at enamsv\lle, the
old houltstead of tile Kelati falully.
Tile marriage 'eorouony was jx-r-
forned by Wev. Poytou IH. Hiogie, D.
R"., an einent Preubytcrian miulster
oft AIMUisO0l, Ky,
1'ho tsride is a typo and a Wrfailower
of tile kokuthl's itoblrst wAu11aikhthoo.
She is a n member of that claf which
I% fan)OWO fOr its hilth btIredAXietV. its
hospitality. its imenAitive honor and its
culture. Her father was a Wlave hold.
er and served gallantly in the ranks
of the Nonifederate armly.
Mr. Flaglor has, by choice, sleleted
Florida as the home of his adoption.
a southern woman for his wife. and is
sending his large fortune in beautify-
tug this state and adding to its at-
tract ions.
Men who live bu-ty. active lives,
generally live to reac a ripe and
tueflow ag.
You Molke antd RBstuxrek. in (;tr'
WUMIV. t1l*--tonie' tid (QueenV \*toria
it ,V li- i-. are ittht as ex-ttul%!es.
Ttile 'ol of Ionlei Nvewe, ,%Iljtj1.
4'0til st'en in the f" 'l
of ad hI w ,ure.
in the Illli.d9 tShta W w ve s aW
'AP a t t tl n ;a t 1 d esk t ra ,-.t-
~ Uusne~sthe :-aui' itunter ,f
ho'ur- MTIIS11t. Jd 'at (*
In Fionda Nts or # nine r.Fair-
atnks. ctr hi torlanat tt the oa f
.4 devxn ct the .4ae u u1w r of hou r
o' hi~iterary lat"'r wit-h the &sie
,&t'd a b tuOY1De. that he did a quar-
ten cf a t'eutury aw. aud in Cooria,
exi'clt jru:ice 1W.hlley. at the ftme
ie.4i writzznc psoasba:&a youung
w ON#t he otue -rsarvady hie N with
the detigh;fiu tuu-,C ,of infnt prztje
a 1t0# with biu i s tin 't- 1 a It
O-LNCC and a tVbctki?%o'hn.
We lopt' te tesatu *j" u lkv 1V
Vto L: NU :r. 1 a u te
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Thif wi iuntioubetly be thO lear.-
t at anti trnsid"t lprso-wally .ondueted
tour, ss weU &_& tbe ebeap.st. that will
be operated fr%.%w thiss rtiou tbis
year, anid w ilihinlude representative
off ie Florida prtt *S-.te oficia
iuauv c orf nie t4 the Mate militia,
Florlidas deltvption to tbe annual en-
e'anm neut of the Grand Army of the
Reputi". and cthems
Mr. H. F. Cary. of lIt -%Wtt By
s4rtet, Jacksourilk. tie reprwuta-
:x'e .r the Soutbem railways. i in
faO charp eof arranging this popular
ftfhir. and will be delighted to give
rr te: attention to auv and all

rTe t..' w2r n.s1o o *f a*t ten
iav ut 0.1 -' c(Uii It ?i o; Dftm.7
v-1 -r~u-u iL that unme unleft :a Xs:!

Boel. at wW qtvu yi&aPleSt Syste.
$33.7S.

AxrS: F'rTai Da Sept:. *:. at
rIant SyICc ii w *elii extuzoa tkk-
ft:- t@ Frca e.:ber r PoW.mau. 4-r

&I S~k7'5 fro CX-Six.
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t(~i1c; Il*Ukilglialhicit itit are rr4rted to-
tjlt. Y 11it ig tte. but cztt11i0t Cure.
It -,-rt"'r tstntiu hutuorU therntted Ior se-
qu irt1 ant 1dr 'tistp until tfrseh hare t4n

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A Summer's Trip at Litte Cost to
the UIh.
A Permnalf emdoesmdd ezwalsion
will lave jaclooBYlo I at 7:45 P. I.,
Saturday ventfg, eptlmbr 7, %k-
ing in Clvceland, Toledo, Ntr1t, the
Pan-American Expoitif at Buftlo,
Niaara Fall. and mmany other points
Of interest.
The route will be through Atlanta,
around ,ctLot-ut Mountain at Cbatta-
notgu. tlieuee through the meadow,
and villa-es oif the blue gra. region.
('int'iuuati. etlk.
The ".tes hbave l.n agretly 'ow-
ered for this -r~. and IIn OtItr.r '-
%*Ueid rither in the toie at wor
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OCALA


BANNER.


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

WDTAHLISHKID tO. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 30, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


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VA WW odom s wYlumrned frims
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U' I` E'Musq.mg. ha i.
~ia~temg a fee days at or mr, has

IM vs PAW I..r4. retardTuesay
afrtwig rmr a Inomth's outing at

Jae W. Martin Io o, Atlanta
"a o me Hr I2 ,Isu nWel!-

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'8.. u-61. haw* returned lan..
Mr a ud M m. W. V. yatt Ilave
rturm Ir 'ma e three m wk. visit to
luo. P'm-Amswqimm KapesiU m.
Um ID. 04. i,, andm little
davagblv. Awmie Nr~, ha e goo. too
"Mlw~t 00 "W" a %w ueeks.
Or D). N. itblt smd sm, Morri,
Ifavo, amm, to No !w w am 4
to b the bi oOw d the aeanvoyap.
Mm X. I G wb ad "ltlue daua-
1r f14ft 7*"14d" ur t1sm ash, *here
they will vwtrelatlees Osae time.


OUR GALA OAY!


***asell the Preeipal Attrestie--
Salloe Aseessee at Aight.
The Meaboard Air Line excursion to
I Ocala yesterday did not bring as large
crowds as the two last month, though
Tampa sent in a large delegation to
coach her ball team to success.
After the arrival of the trains from
north and south several contests were
held in front of the court house, but
tbh enthusiasm worked up for the
hbaetlll games, both white and col-
ored. made these races seem tame.
The Tamia team came up in full
i free to wrest honors from the Ocala's,
tut the latter proved "too many" for
Them and defeated them by a score of
I % to I in four innings, after which the
game ihad to lie called off on account
S"f rain.
tkala'- team was: Clark. pitcher;
i Ford.. catcher: Finch. ftist base; An-
dterrn. -,econdI base: Benuett, third
tae: Jewett. short stop; Brian, left
field : V.gt. center field; Liddell, right
field.
Tampa: McClure, pitcher; Armis-
Stead, catcher; Fine, first base; Dink-
ins, second base; Bowyer, third base;
Dean, short stop; Sessions, left field;
Roller, center field; McDonald, right
field.
Umpire: McDermont, Tampa;
Gerig, Ocala.
The Ocals colored baseball team de-
feated the Orlando's, but we did not
learn the score.
The balloon ascension by J. M.
Phillips came off without a hitch, but
on account of the heavy atmosphere
the aeronaut did not go very high.
Roman candles and colored fireworks


Miss Ford Eatertains.
Tuesday evening at her home on
Backalew Heights, Miss Emily Ford
was the hostess of a most enjoyable
progressive card party. Whist was
played until eleven o'olock, when
dainty refreshments were served, after
which the guests spent the remain-
der of the evening dancing. Some
beautiful music-vocal and instru-
mental-was also rendered during the
evening.
The ladies' prize, a work bag, was
won by Miss Ethel Robinson. The
gentleman's first prize,a handsome sofa
pillow, of red and gray-the Ocala
baseball colors-was won by Mr. Clif-
ford Anderson. The second prize, a
silver key ring, was captured by Mr.
Arthur Gray.
Miss Ford's parties are always thor-
oughly delightful and this one was no
exception to the rule. Her guests
were Misses Lena Bullock, Esther
Weathers, Meta Jewett, Sue Barco,
Mary Anderson, Rebecca Anderson,
Hattie Dye, Clara Gray, Ethel Robin-
son, Sara Harris, Meesrs. Clifford An-
derson, Will Finch, Charlie Brian,
Chester Finch, Dell Moody, Arthur
Gray, Sanford Jewett, Tom Harris,
Benjie Weathers, John Dunn, George
Ford and Don Ford.
Progressive Whist Party.
Miss Paulne ullivan entertained
at progressive whist Tuesday after-
noon complimentary to Miss Jessie
Palmer, who will leave Ocala next
week. The afternoon was most de-
lightfully spent. The first prize, a
picture frame, was won by Mts ue
Baroo, while the booby fell to the lot
of Mia Allie Van Juhan. At dark
delicious refreshments were served by
Mrs. Maugh, assisted Miss Mary Rear-
don.


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t'vst se4 rkfs Hot pprings.
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GREAT CLEARANCE SALE i

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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 )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.

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wer.- -rt frt Iby Phlllips from his
trap-**; il the mid air, which made a
iretty Night in spite of the bright
mootntllight.
Thilugli the crowd was not large,
everyltody eemnted to enjoy them-
..\l-. aid the lday Iasse~t off very
>iea-aattly.
Our Oua Clubs First Meet.
Ilie- sala 4 ;in 'lub, which was or-
e-lt: i about two months ago, held
t- r-t -htoting contest Wednesday
a 't-~ ,-. i. tliGainue'ville club being
ti..! .. ,*,|eii-.ts, and defeating them
i.v a ~'ore of ;44 to iNt. The follow-
itir ,i ti,,. c,'ore of the clubs:
tainaesville -J. M. Dell, .35; W. R.
M% ii.n-try. 4.: Clarence C'amp. 4o:
Ja< k I amp 41: J. F. Bartleson, 36; B
K. Tlrower. ': W. L. Davis, 41: St.
Duke. I; A: ('oll. 35; 5W. A. Morse,
.*-. Total ..44.
irala-H. A. Ford, 35: Lou Haley,
.S, W. .<. Bullock, 1*;: Geo. McKay, 2
t. F.. Ball, :.: Z. C. Chambliss, 36:
Thb-. Steven, ". : J. P. Galloway, 2T;
I... .neott. 13: E. M. Howard, 19.,
Total 2I4.


When We Get
.A railroad.
A fine hotel.
Better church buildings.
A brick court house.
A brick jail.
A city hall.
Artesian water.
Brick sidewalks.
Paved streets.
Gas and electric lights.
More commodious store buildings.
Merchants that will advertise.
Subscribers who will pay promptly.
We shall have a thriving, prosper-
ous city.
And when we shall have a demo-
cratic governor the country will be
saved and everybody happy.
The above is taken from an old copy
of the Ocala Banner.
All the things enumerated we have
loLg since had, and more,- and still
we are not happy, and many are
"kicking" because we have not done
better.
We never know when we are well
off.


married in 1878 to Miss Willie Red- day afternoon at the home of her b ,
dick, of Jacksonville, and the union J. B. Cordero, in Tampa. She wu7T
has been blessed with six children, years of age. The remains were
five of whom are still living. shipped to Kisslmmee where they
Judge Bullock received almost the were interrd.
entire endorsement of the bar of the Mrs. Cordero was well known in
circuit, and the reputation he made Ocala where she lived for a number
as judge of the criminal court pres- of years, until the death of her hu-
ages the laurels he will wear in the band about seven years ago. te
higher office to which he has just been then went to Jacksonville and later to
appointed. Tampa.
Wm. Finn, of Lima 0., obtained
excellent results from the use of
Foley's Kidney cure. "It relieved my
backache and severe pain over the
hips. It toned my system and gave
me new vim and energy. It is an ,
honestand reliable remedy, a sure cure me r a
for all kidney diseases." Anti-Mono. SS
nopoly Drug Store. m In in e
Nld to Asswer.
At the preliminary trial last Satur- avo
day before Judge Robert Bullock, John 9s*han ;9
H. Wiley was held in the sum of $500
to await the action of the grand jury. M I
Wiley is charged with the killing of wr e
William Pendarvir, jr.
The unfortunate affair occurred o .R


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Judge Hooker's Successor.
Hon. William 8. Bullock received a
telegram last Saturday from Governor
W. 8. Jennings tendering him the
appointment of judge of the fifth ju-
dicial circuit, vice W. A. Hocker,
elevated to the supreme court com-
mission.
The new appointee is the third son
of General Robert and Mrs. Amanda
Bullock, pioneer citizens of Ocala.
The family has long been prominent
in this state and in North Carolina.
General Bullock served in the In-
dian war of 1856 with credit, and en-
tered the Confederate service as a pri-
vate, and was mustered out a briga-
dier general. He has held many civil
offices, serving two terms in congress,
and is fow judge of the county, court
in this county.
Judge W. S. Bullock was born May
15, 1S56, hence is now in his forty-
sixth year, and is enjoying vigorous
and robust health. He was admitted
to practice law in 1882, having gradu-
ated at the University of Virginia at
the session 18S1-1SS2. He was ap-
pointed by Governor Fleming in 1889
judge of the county criminal court
and held this office until it was abol-
ished in 1865. He was elected mayor
of the city of Ocala in 1896 and again
in 1900. He was city attorney for
several terms, and has been a mem-
ber of the board of trustees of the
Ocala school sub-district for three
consecutive terms. He was owner of
several large orange and lemon
groves before the disastrous freeze of
1895, and has been active in large
phosphate, mercantile and other bus-
iness enterprises, and stands high in
legal and business eirles. He was


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THE OCALA BANNER, AUGUST 30 1901


THE OCALA


TlIMZ RAILS,. Ltol

Iiaamondl are rarely wor
handed that ind them.
leAk is like lightning-
knows where it is going to tr
Wallace Stovall haI not
that interview with Editor E
A (grtt manay ,4,ol.e think
lodl when tlicv ouly la<'k the
to 1. tMld.
lH.w hlong will it te before t
'f eummonu wese shall tflw
al1 the ie vea- oif 'ivililatiou
J Udel Itaett wal "m
That', what tie Metnrollis s
how sweet is the sound of thn
l*overnor Stoet. .f Mis.o
that Bryan rtil! wield?. mor
than any oth-er man in th
cratlc party.
All's the matter with Ros
Peno-ola Journal, is that he
pl of Tom Harris. and caun
Li early tmining.
**Whiltbtal," Mr. and .Mr
inr's home at Palm Beach,
when completed, the prettier
rw.idrice in the United Sate
When 1o Sa,> comes back
ford in clem cash for her cll
alone, who cannot wee that m
pary wben apilted to Florida
ture '-T.-U. and t'.
Slander marrives lander
lainderer" a\'cumuatte. TI
.,oe (grow tio te big ones a
tirth to, other, and thus the
and on and mnultil r a they


German emperor posFesed "'nle
It to a certain xiuom in the &Bat- qualities.- These did "endear her
vmy of creature- that in proportion memory to the American peole. ex-
sa they are formed for strength their a s the me y of ay god
switnew is legend. or as they are
frlmd fr zln their s trenh a re o woman is endered to any good peo-
amed r pi t e. But the wife f Paul Kruger
Sposted -"noble qualities." She
A ree and easy expectortioa is pro- i made acrifices which the good moth-
duaed by a few dase of Ballard's er of the German Emperor was never
Horebhund Syrup. in all ca of, called upon to make. %e showed
boawmeno. awe throat, or difulty of heroic devotion to her husand and to
treathing. Pr-ce :2 and 5' cts. Anti- her country which the good mother
lloopoy Drg pterw. m of the German Emperor never had
WaL tovaUI writer tack to hs an opportunity to display. She died


4S '-iuelS andu pleasure. .'o sauie in :
the South s attracting so much at-
I eution as she. and that attention
which leads to developing her vast re-
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S liasistors eood work.
--I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diahrreea Remedy,
took twodoes and was entirely cured,"
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
Kan. "My neighbor acres the street
was sick for over a week, had two or
three bottles ofda cine from the


paper. the TamPr Tribune. from the a Prioer of war, held a prisoner of doctor. He used them for three or
Wadf Ao. New York. for a war by the representatives of an em- four days without relief, then called
th wld i Wtetern and Hearst. pir". and her life wa marificed be- in another doctor who treated him
alewBi Ltojaurati of whom Fklr jas of her devotion to the princi- for some days and gave him no re-
,d i v pr pies which, in the pst, we have been lef. so disharged him. I went over
th-- food of calling "Anmerica princi- to see him the next morning. He
f- said hi bowels were in a terrible fix,
is tml m as Y aan Aad lyt ths tpedet Wf ti pabp-* that they had been running of so
a the ae, but he has doe s rl lie bhaso word of common to giv to Otg that it was almost bloody fx.
thmp ts amaeM iamgl wl tbe ip of the aa Afea I asked him if be had tried Camber-
of he po or f I s b ctioF e ha M re paba:i e has o wes of oel i'a l's Cokb Cholera and Diarrhoea
mn wry to amL.n-- latt O to o0Ir Dathte Msre m opte oi Remedy and h aid. 'o.' I went
HeoaM. she I t Afrian r.prb: hbe has hor me-aadbrItbt him my bottle and
We belieom v apps* t by i so tri bto pay to the "le quli- and gave him ooe dose: told him to
4o 4mor Jeunuia of ofBa W. 8 OtiW'" f e ofa the mmt hM e W ame take another dse in fifteen or twenty
Biuelk. of Ocaa. judg a thf e fifth in the hieory of the O the minmtm if he did not tfld relieLf but
citreit. av Jdge W. AHoeket. p. wife of Paul Kruger was an heroic he took no more and was entirely
potted sprem e co~r commissioner. Spte cured." For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Pw wry general satisfartion in Bat it cannot be doubted that true Drug v to. m
Alacea .onty. S-rey. as an Amerian people. rrgrdle of volit- t. m-
ALeeta coast man could not get i el proudice, do entertain for Presi- .
the plre. Jadfe Baoek is the b c dent Kruger the mat aere symp- It is aid that Lake City is offering
of a mority of ocr pople.-Gaic in y thy i the hour of h bereavement: ten years' immunity from eity taxes
viU New d they do entertain for the memory! and free sites for the location within
T >of his beloved wfe that high and en- her limits of certain manufacturing
during respect which is doe from a ;etses. The board of trade of
Speope who have lived prof by ha city is behind the scheme, which
SI a gret principle to any man or w.- wi~i no doubt result very benefiially
Sman who has wered and died b- to that plAre. Tha organization
cauie .f devoion to at great prin- eemL to think. and corre. tly too.
rip!e. that fiatornis are gord thin:r to cir-
SMr. MKmieny massd av opmptu- raiate cash amnacg the business insti-
nity when he permated the time t tutirt:i of a tvwn. an. .n order to get
r i pa &s away withQo: gvir-c exzprs ion them to lca:e at Lae City is hOldin
El '1l to Aier-a ?r-athy fcr the o.;t the atbsv tempti-l i: dcements.
rea dv prteidez: ,: the -i:hAi- tDjai e. y Heraid.
a+ ( rear'u.l:.:. It Dazzles The World.


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Life to Flori4 Thirty ears Age.
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10R. SYMPATM FOR A STRUGsLIN G Pratte vs. Theorsttest EXpassaO ,
NER. REPULIC. Henry Watterson is a theoretical
expansionist while his son is a practi-
On August 6th President McKinley cal expansionist.
sent to Emperor William, of Ger. The following from the Atlanta
many, a cablegram expressing regret Constitution will explain how matters
because of the death of the emperor's stand:
mother. Referring to this good wo. Hon. Henry Watterson, long an ad-
man, Mr. McKinley sid: "Her no. vocate of expansion, has gone about
ble qualities have endeared her mem- the business in an energetic manner.
ory to the American people in whose He saw that slow progress was be-
name and in mine I tender to your ing made in Cuba. The work had to
majesty heartfelt condolence." be accelerated by some deft hand.
It was proper that Mr. McKinley Forthwith he made an effective move
. should express sympathy with the by consenting to the absorption of a
German Emperor because of his Cuban belle by his military son. So
u on the mother's death. But we are remind- far the work of assimilation followed
ed that, although Mrs. Kruger, the the flag.
wife of the president of the South The idea came to Colonel Watter.
r- ke. African Republic, died, more than son from his deceased friend, Senator
thirty days ago, the president of the Sherman. Pressed for his method by
yet held United states has not seen fit to ten- which the resumption of specific pay-
still. der his sympathy, or the sympathy of mentA could be brought about, the
the are the Aerican people, to the grief senator said: e
e ttraie stricken president of a republic that "The way to resume is to resume!
is fighting for existence. H theolonelwiely decided
Let us ask ourselves seriously why that the way to expand was to assimi-
he blood this very apparent duty has been neg- late. He is now engaged in the study
through leeted., of a Spanish primer so that he may
It cannot be that Mr. McKinley convere with his daugtter-in-law.
ierniful." feared to expess his sympathy with Florida. the State of Developlent,
ays. and the republic's president on the ground Population and Possibilities.
at word. that it might be construed as an ex- A northern Liua. visiting Florida,
pre sion of preference between two A writesl ho is follow:
Ufriedlyri. saysoe writes ack home as follow.:
re owerfriendly powers that are now at war. "A thing of life ti an object of de-
C demo- It happened that the queen of Eug- vropment and therefore a fit subject
land died while this war was in pro- t tll ut : its interest lives with
gres and no words of eulogy were too an os a it unfolds. This is
Is of the strong for our president to convey it ad lds ift unfdsecar. for
is ap- a the water by wayfassuringmy excuse, if any is necessary, for
is a pu- acre the water by way of assuring o
ot forget the English people that we sympa. writingou a few li es on the above
thied with them in their greatsubject. The Lad of Flower is in-
t. Flag How then does it happen that al- deed a rar subject, and sno amount of
SFlag- How the dpres it happen that l- writing on it will exhaust the inter-
will be, though the prudent of a rmall r- et that attaches to it. Sensations
I private public is s ering under the g t- : spring up day after day and have an
eat load that can fll up a man no early death: the gold fields of Cali-
to wn ord of mpath has reached him forni now and then have their sen-
to from, the president of the rat r h- eph ral as
ry OPpublicona but they are as ephemera as
aind wilp ublic on art l their mines are exhaustive and ficti-
rid il How doeit happen that slthtotr" ticu- the *.sh of the meteor is twin
agricul- the president of this great repuialnht. But the thing of suo-
i government los- no time in exp- ,1 stance is valuable for its enduring
and the ing sympathy with king ard em prdt and Florida. with all of her
he little ors that he utterly ignore the -. unbotuded re tmurces, stands out last-
and give tunity to expr syirpaty w: th i&g as the hills as a subject engaging
y go o president of a repuc he w d'stwo e
It is true that the mother of the n,, tw ey


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A. E DELOUEST


HA RDW ARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC


THE SOUT'HLANDR ABBITRIBS


Dealers in Imported and EInc Bred


BELGIAN HARES
From recent Imp)rtations, Qaeen Lipt:n. Yorkshire La.*
Dash Pnncess, Kin Wanttage. Dike William and Da*
SWonder. Write us,
W. D. MORTON. Mgr.
OCALA FLA.


i WE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. IUni weWt s
tucd nfet we may as well .t
Uit losoe. There ia iO Desrettt .
In tough omas -isead oef 6tr%-
ing. It takeo uea to dff*:,
it. It pais t be ea~eft


buying masm-&o sure ko @
the ba-toode en cb.
Pay a little morif tedl t ar..
Spot sm e aeiag IB yeor stoma.
Swhih will put ye
bones and strong bload :D y i
i bheart.

SEDWARDS BROS.
a Saft 2 and 4 City Marikt. O*nal. ar.
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SV Hrney and Tar. bec w i t was a
I S" rwe remedy.has bhr -ht :it re r rd
AM OP iDn large sales and dal. Iner. S It It's till the same g'aranteed to
.0001-'- W cure.-r-mony.-hack r,-meir
0, B\ It will cre a! c,gha sand r, *.
/ r croup and bh-laping cC.*-bh.
f\ (IfCO\ grippe and bronchitis. It wa
1OoSS. ^*^rev asthma and cofIur;"'Ci.
even the wort case. and a ; tre
vent pneumonia. It's gM----

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BANNER SALVE i bet.

For sale by Anti-Mon-opol Iruf Str.
For sale by Anlti.Mon(opoly Drujg St..r.


COIBIERCIAL BA.

SBrancih of (',uro rc-ial Hank. Jc.si

CAPITAL 5.(E

S Acounts of Firmu, Corpo.rations and Indivir
Prompt Attention to all Buineo-- Etr'
Exchange Bought and Silo

INTEREST PAID ON TIME
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Following are the Times-Union aLd
'ltizeu'r comments on Mr. Flagler's
marriage:
It Meems tote the common fallacy
of the majority of men that when the
individual acquires abundant wealth
th* height of human happiness ha s
I-w.u reached, but those who have
had tile experience testify that peace
sead contentment come only by the
il.piratialo gathered from the bless-
intr- of the freiede, which is the only
unfailing bulwark against the chilly
sagre sions of a very selfish world;
the onlyA held against the trials and
<-o0iflnica that beset man as he passes
fren the cradle to the grave. From
the time that man fought his way to
hi.l diumal cave-home on up to the
present time, the home has been the
D.i-leus of the state; it is the first
note sounded at the birth of all civili-
zstioem; the cradle of law and the
mtould of morals as we understand
them today. o4 when a man becomes
a Iart of this great struggle and de-
voten his time to the upbullding and
uplifting of hundreds of homes in the
inten-wse title of human existence-
wlhen lie has spent the major portion
,S hlai- life for the good of man and
the i.rilwperity of communities, he ha4
,-art.c- tile peace and contentment
11at | ',tile to alln hone.t home. Such
a t.ai i.- HHenry M. Fiagler, who, with
b.. 11,allite,. was yet homeless, but
w ,i unew e..ure that which the poor
.\ lhaIve. a- well a- the rich, and
li.a'ch the rich are loo~r without--tbe
I.m.l'pi.e.- that only home and its sur-
r untl~lur- -an 'give: ro it is that all
F...rt-la will re jiicce that he las. taken
-:. I-. to lIrinig thi- condition about by
tak.iig tio thi Il. -,ni a wife of his
,. .1 to -hare aid hbrightent the re-
iI :iitlr yeCart in thee c,-,oforte of a
S... If ever a lmann has earned the
'r.a :.l of lhalplltnel fromi the fe't
t ha- i v r .ii tel' hi. life to the
,*e-t nlait, I helaiill ,-i of thoul
S -' cai- fellow -, it iu c Mr. Flagler.
iarrf grea t wealth hain set
a .t .. -v1...... [ a. 1tj lr


I'rt... terian church of this city, bu
I., lomtior of Warren Memorial
-1*t***.',. of Lo'uitville. Ky.. anti who
i- M v'ry illtllttte f-ienid of the fauli-
; lu-teml the ceremony. While
I,*** rvrie. was being performed tihe
t.-llewlusth Iand softly played "0:
lI'l*,ml.e Me" and at the conclusion of
th- <-rermony they rendered Mendels-
,aisnt'. wedding march in magnificent
et vie.
An ellIablorate wedding breakfast was
nerved and the menu was a most de-
lii-ioew, one. The dining room was
dec-orated in bridesmaid roses and
ech table had a magnificent center-
piee of American beauties.
The northeast parlor was decorated
is feor and white, pink and lavender
astor. The piano was banked with
palms and caranations. The oppo-
site parlor was draped with smilax,
ferns and bride roses.
When breakfast was finished Mr.
and Mrs. Flagler were immediately
driven to Warsaw. Her going-away
drew was of black canvass cloth trim-
nr*ed with black taffeta. She wore a
Imsk lhat plumed with ostrnch feath-
e>. As they left the house the band
struck up "Dixie" and a perfect fusi-
lade of old shoeiw aand rice was thrown
at them. At Warsaw they boarded
Mr F'lagler'r private car and left at
I :1 I' n. m. on a special train to Rocky
Mount, where they were attached to
tihe regular north Ieund Atlantic Coast
train to go to Mr. Flagler's summer
b ume at the Mamoroneck-on-the-Hud
won to spend the honeymoon.
T'he guests remained at Kenansville
till ;: p. m. when they drove over to
Warsaw and came to Wilmington on
M r. Harry Walter's private car attach-
ed to, the regular incoming train from
the north.
Hleides the immediate family, the
following guests were present: Colo
reSel and Mrs. Thomas 8. Kenan, of
Raleigh; Captain and Mrs. James C.
Kenan, of Kenansville; Dr. O. H
Kenan, of New York; Mr. Graham
Kenan and Miss Emma Kenan, Dr.
aid Mrs. J. H. McKee, of Raleigh;
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dick, of Wil-
mnoigtl on: Mr. Harry walters, of New
Vwrk: Mrs. Pembroke Jones, of New.
i.ort ; captainn and Mrs. E. W. Van('.
Iutaps and Miss Hannah Bolies, of
Wileinugton; Mrs. R. W. Hargrove
and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hall,
of Wiltmintgton.
The wedding presents made an un-
usual array ol beauty and costliness.
The grnoou's gift to the bride was a
iigeutlicent nerlace of pearls.
A touching scene was the parting of
the lbride and the old house servants,
l h, have been in the Kenan family
all their lives. 8he gave to each one
of them, as a gift from the groom, a
ten-dollar gold piere.-Wilmington
N.('. Meoenger, Aug. 26.


_Sm


known tie cot Oer
1tew et relako Cle lthaL
ciii te toAht. tont *1ave a
ntckel oti cbfepwds and koe a
dc-r'ar on the harvwct.
i' l seed Anonual fre.
D. FERRt A CO., A
Do"& ONIL _.:


ITZNT*. got the Tw ITotN l imry

PIGEON MILK
INJECTION.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four days.
Its action is magical. Prevents stricture. All
complete. ro be carried in vest pocket. Sure
;,reventative. Sent by mall in p n package,
prepaid. on receipt of price. $z per box, three
for t2.5o. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, Fla.

JAPANESE


PILECU RE

A new and complete treatment, consisting of
Suppo.itorife. Capsules of Oirtment and two
box"e of Ointment. A never-failing cure for
Pile- of ever nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, which is painful, and
often results a~ death, unnecessary. t\ ., en-
dure this terrible dieaseae We pack a written
guarantee i each fi box Nocure no pay. Soc
and xi a box. t tor $5. Sent by mail. Samples
free.
OINTMENT ,3' AND 30C.
aInirultTInAfi Cured. Piles Prevented, by
GOUnT ATIUN Japanese Liver Pel!et-. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and peasant to take: es-
pecia!:y adapted for children's use Fifty doses
5c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. 2



VIGOR F MEN

EASILY. QUICKLY AND
PERMANENTLY RESTORED

Hl rDR. JEAN O'HARA'S
H I D I -PO arise 'GREAT F RENCH
TONIC AND VITALIZER is .old with written
igarantev to cure nervoa- ddbilitvy lost vitality,
failing n:e nervu. hts. dizzines, s.tsteria. stops
s:. drains ou the nervou- system caused by bad


HUBBARD & MACDUFF


A:H A-R'DW AR E.E
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DOORS, SASH AND BLINIS,

BARBED WIRE. CUT AND


just passed that it is timely to say
that through it all he has taken a
calm, dignified course, conscious of
his correct premises, forgiving the at-
titude of those who were misguided,
ignoring those who had evil design
and malicious purposes, and tolerant
to those who were ignorant of the
truth.
Long life to him and to her who
will share his future is the united
voice of Florida-comfort and domes-
tic peace to him as the years of an
eventful life close about him. This is
the hope of our people, and the bene-
diction of thousands of his Florida
friends.
Would Nave Cost NHim is 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
Marion County Should be at the State
Fair.
To the editor of the Banner:
The state management is anxious to
see Marion county at the fair.
If she comes as a county her exhibit
will come in free and everything she
may bring here can be sold on the
ground. This would go a long way to
pay back whatever small amount the
county might appropriate to get the
exhibit at the fair. All the leading
counties will exhibit. A large num-
ber of people seeking homes will be
here to see, and from the standpoint
of county pride as well as advertise
ment the county could show.
Marion county has many represen-
tatives in the state fair management
who are anxious to see the county
well represented.
One hundred dollars or two hun-
dred dollars carefully expended, would
le a very material help and your
board of county commissioners could
not invest money in a more profitable
way.



DOCTORS
say "Consumption ean be eured."
Nature alonewon't do It. Itneeds
help. Doctors say

"Scott's Emulsion
is the best help." But you must
continue Its use even in hot
weather.
If you have not tried it. send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemiltsa
4o9-45 Pearl Street, New York
se. and 1.o; all drugist.


P A INTS


OILS, VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD,

ALL KINDS OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS, EVERYTHING

N THE LINE OF BUILD-

ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC.


AGRICULTURAL I M P L E

MENTS, DEERE PLOWs,

PLANET JR. GROVE CUL.

TIVATORS, ALL KIND

OF GARDEN TOOLS,

COOKING STOVES

HEATERS, GRANITE

AND TINWARE, CUT-


LERY, IRON AND STEEL

BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS,

BLUE FLAME OIL STOVI.


LAR GE ST STO C K-LO WE ST PR ICES.


Hubbard & MacdufT,


Ocala, Fla.


W. C. JEFFORDS

Wholesale and Retail


4roeqrie5, raip


Flour, Bacon,
Meal, Hams,

Grist, Shoulders,
Rice, Lard,
Cottonseed Meal, Fish


aipd roui5iou)s


Sugar,
Syrup,
Cheese,
Coffee,
i. Butter.


Canned fruits and vegetables. "White Rose" brand.
Evaporated fruits. nuts. raisins, prunes, dates, fancy
crackers and candies, canned meats, fish and milk,
Farrinaceous goods. etc. In a word. a COMPLETE
GROCERY ST(O<'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 cast Octagon Soap. Potash and Pearline.



My Prices are Always Low
Full Cosunt Down Weight, HeapingK Neamre sad
Prompt errice.


OCALA N. W. Cor. Square]


- FLORIDA


S. A. ST ANDLEY
(Succete-or to Standley, Cranford & Co ,

Our Record Our Intentions.


Since entering the Wagon: and Har-
ness business, nearly two years ago,
we have carried a larger and better
stock, made lower prices and given
better service than could be had else.
where in Central Florida. Our hun-
dreds of customers will tell you of our
satisfactory dedlings, and we desire
to thank our trade for their liberal
patronage.


Having control now of the etir-
business, I intend to carry a still me
complete and varied steek, inetaifGr
not only Buggies, Wagons, Hua -
and Saddlry, but all the ameft
and supplemental lines. I have he
very hest facilites for buying aod4A-
ing, and will give my entire attevase
to ecuriug the mostataLshester as d
,and making the -JIowti n".- I .1 ft',,
at all t.1imeawLe aIdI m 06 .-*
goode at a giLven pr ce 4asage 1Wm-1
obtain ehlbsewh "me


TO OUR OLD C'IN'rOMERl4: We solicit a continuance of lrw
trade, which we promise to handle with more satisfaction thau lifo; ad
from those who have never houaht of us we ask a chance to do busionesa, fe
Ing that a trial purchase will mean a continuance. To satisfy our cOust m
is our constant aim. 8. A. STANDLET.
Ilow-


HOTEL GOQUINA,


RMON D-BY-THRE-kEA
East Coast of FiMlwd


Hotel Coquina is situated on a bluff directly over'ookiug the oe m.
While it offers all the delights of the sea-shore, it is only ten minutes walker
five minutes by horse car, from the orange groves and palm shaded walks s
the banks of the Halifax River. It is two miles from the railroad stadam,
being connected with it by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of
lemon, orange, and rare tropical fruits, avenues of oleander and palmdPa.
River, ocean, surf-bathing and ufie thing. The climate is delightful, ad- is
beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous prostration.
Will open about the tir-t of June, but will be in a pauition to take cae of
guests after May :2)th utu mr-r rates: $2 per day; $8 to $12 per week. WS
For further information address, D. B. MATHE-ON. Ormond, Fla.
J. H. MORTON. W. D. MOlRTOx


OC-ALA LUMBER COMPANY
kAlso Successor to Tankoee ovelty Works)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames. Railings, Pulpits. Bedrxm
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings. Turned Wo.k,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
PATJriIT BEE HIVEiS A SPECIALTY.
k=; Estimates promptly furnished.

A-TLANT C COA-ST LINE
ATLANTIC COAST LINE


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TH E OCtALAB1 DAA-Sri ,


I*lleview Notes.
i .* A N Ni.-oit-, ..f the S., nli-
,,6'. IL..91 ... i mo,%el to St. Peters-
tIur.. wher le li*e h ltakeni tile Ltke
\ ; lA l.m --.1 ;iI will .u ,U ,i en it to
ilie 1 11h0s.
M r. Elisha IPol! y I.e relted the
Mail r Str'ii i lousie oil AllieW aven-
ue. and moved his family int, town,
t',i o** near the *hool.
Presiding Elder Rutler held his
third quarterly meeting at the .Meth.
adewt church hlat t4unday.
At one of the town groceries the
ravages of time and many feet had
brought about the obvious necessity
of uvw oiedw. Carpenters took the
matter in hand yesterday, and by the
time the old steps were torn away the
I.t.li" had become interested. ome
remembered having lost money un-
der those steps. and others thought of
the dimes and coppers and nickels
that might have rolled down through
the cracks. An egrer group began to
ear.-h. Ey"e and fingers were busy,
tlOii a rake wa', brought and carefully
dlau n iabik and t north. A row of
.warr-ler filled ithe space in front.
Ai.other row of intiere-te'td spectatorss
alt 'ni tih. edtge of the platform to
w iih |,r,,.-etil:lti and : five ad vice.
11 .. ***n. wa- alnutsingly suilgestive
l new Kliondike, but what tile
II, I iamll t.llintte4l t w M It it dicil' se il.
Steps te OCegoh and Works Of the
Gold
lax.ative Brnimo Quinine Tablets
,*ur- a cold iin one day. No cure, no
tay. Price .* cents.
at Mettesh.
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Daigre left for
lsuisana Tuesday. They have
kl-ed their proPerty here with tihe
ezpertatlio of making their lome in
Innesiana.
Thi families of Will Chambers and
L. Porter have returned from Or-

Mrm. Will Baker returned last week
fom Kentucky.
Mis Mattie Gamble is at home on a
visit from (Oala.
Mimes Annette Gist and Lillie
Walkup will leave for college early in
tptemnther. Miw (G;it goes to ('on-
ve\r-e .llehge iln Slartntti,urg. H. (' ,
anst Mi-t Walkup to the Industrial
wh',lol at MllledKeville. Ga.
%Mr anld Mr.*. (race aitll thie Mistes
Srti.-* of M 'tif';vy, vfiitetl friends
t1*-*- laft sa i y. .v.
I'lif li-t *-u'rterly onif-r*'er e Of tie
*is nl tli **ii- '' il it w'a. Iit-d at Mar.
S. r-irh il <:tilurd-y. thli# prsid-
ging i.l1er M r. l't t,-rw)o'u. '!,.-iat iig.
If. I.re-: li. t ', i i r ,t, pIe tive on- I
ie iL t 1i In itSl lav.
It ll i uirl m I ulit/. Otterville, la.,
ra- llVy.- lill a.il astliia adiIl a very
i. I *,uw h f,,r year., iutt c'-ould get no
rv-n lf froml tih doctor- arita medicines
I ,. i ,i lIt. It itve immediate relief,
a I *to e II,;.l- .Ar* go ,I thlia all the
,**',ir re.uniedi.- ,itiline-d. An ti-M1o-
t *Ily lIruac Store. ni
0rege Spintgs Wronel Closed.
I .- (ragx..- N.,rmial and (',mmnler-
* i in-titn'e *.lo.I.-I it- -urulner term
on last Friday, uuder the mo..t favor-
si.le "mirii'stau.Ln.'. Quite a nummIer
,f, vi-t orattendedtl the regular ex, r-
c*, .i and at tlhe clon the students
w, re a ,Ire.vue tby c. I. WI:ttinger, of
At niist tele literary ?.ciety ren-
t*er-l a prtcreni appropriate to the

in Natlurday iariingi the students
t*-,k leave for tleir liomes in tlhe var-
m.'i- ,.arti elf Il' 'tate.


Houm. W. I. Allen and family. of
Mclutsmm. are 9-1witilitimg rno e time

%low-em. Jtw Wli and John Zl Rear-r
#t1.... of (Am *n c are ieai-urig giere.
Pillf.uunw ltlrimeiou ut .1.. L. Meggs
me(nt I.. Eiaine.~illa on aturdtay and
return#"l PmAismily. l'rofet-e'r Brinwin
oa.elqectre" r'' om'i;tl 'of tim.varnminer-
*'JAl ieirtait uacut ,r fill -:Ett lFlorida
-.umury. ?t mil will at o*e in-Atitute
o-tiergetioi uicaftre-. to uuiake:ttlai' tde-
gtm..,a2t t1im ...te0 uusd ill th-or. ugh ies I
atiot jeractitl-d~ify ,fthme ltus~iit'=' 'liotils

Grneer Farm.

Titerv wam a large att#itolaui.*e at
!eUlltmd st-.M.0 -I last $mamulanav.
Weh ave. teot.im m-anlltiux tip knmow
wilst tfie watt'sai oueeu a as's ''t tli-. way
fisr 'oa'Ia l~ t Im.,re..shwr, hut our
c.irjioamtl mam .atie-et wheni me saw
%Ia in t Uma.Illmixlt.meI.,axsrv ^'tjjlati
*9.1 Stinday.
It itt, pe tilli t's be 411ite A '-fillillollo
iimmg tonec Mr N. IuD ia, out this
way withi eij of' Idioinnu's single or
dlotei rip. He go" to all the par-
tie.around Imere. and from what we
underr'tail- ia' slmays m seetmpanuied or
stipl or matfe utamIge m 4 hf fi fair om


Silver Springs Park.
Mrs. Helen Wallace, who lies ibeen
i luile ill, is ailde to sit iup again.
SM-s. Angie Coril, of Lake Bryan, is
here for a few days.
Mr. Dubois, of Ocala, was here Suu-
day visiting friends..
SMrs. Strtunk has returned from a six
I weeks' visit to, relatives in Mississippi.
Rev. Mr. Graham delivered an in-
teresting sermon at the Griner Farm
school house after Sunday school
last Sunday.


Herline i.~ well adopted to the cure
of fevers of all kinds, because it thor-
oughly lenses the stomach and bow-
els of all bilieus humors, and expels
all impure secretions of the body.
Price 50 ets. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Citra Items.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Wartmann and
daughter left Saturday for New York.
They will speni a month in the East
and then visit the Pan-American Ex-
position. On their return they will
leave Miss Mary at the Conservatory
of Music at Gainesville, Ga.
Fine pineapples, grown Iy C. W.
Cros(by and J.. A. Stevens, are in tihe
market.
Blown to Atoms.
The old idea that the bmy some-
times needs a Iowerful, drastic. purga-
tive pill has been: exploded,:.for pr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per-
fectly harmless. gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely cure
constipation and sick headache. Only
25c at Garrett & Gerig's drug store. 1
ea't 8gt Jealous, Judie.
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner:
If Judie will attend to her own :bus-
iness as well as Miss and N. Du-
Bois do she will get along better. And
N. DuBois will try again if he chooses.
N.D'B.
Blotches and excrescences, which so
often annoy people, are simply efforts
of nature to throw off impediments
to the proper performance of her
duties. Herbine will aid andlassist
nature in her work, and ensure a skin
clear and beautiful, entirely free from
all imperfections. Price .50 cts. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Killed by an Oil Gusher.
Beaumont. Tex. Aug. lii-Two
imenl are dead :and anl oil gusher is
going wild. defying tile mechanical
skill of iman to stop it. The two nten
who are dead arte Jamnrs irlithl and
John Mellan:*ls..
Smith dhid trying to .s1ult l "Y tlit,
gushler, and .10-Daniels dit l tryvinii to,
save Smith. The scene of ltl wild
culsher is 0o what is known as the
Hlog--Swayne syndicate tract. The
well belongs to tile Palestilne-Beau-
mont' Oil ('Company. The well was
not expected t() colle illn i 'nore to-
morrow.
You Know What You Are faking
When you take (rove' T:,-teles
('hill Tonic. I'ecauiise the ?rl'iiit' : is
plainly printed on every li,,: :. w-
ing that it is simply Iron anud Qui-
nine in a tasteless forml. N ... 1o
pay. .5~t.
Wanted.
A stout. healthy boy, iw t.. not
less than 17 years oll to leatfr the
marble cuttinS trade. ii- I' o nI'*' to
read and write. One from the country
preferred.
(.'all onA. J. L*avengool, ()Hnlaa
Marble Works. s-::-.t
McCormiick Mowing Machines.
Mr. F. D. Pooser, who introduced
the first mowing machlline in tie coun-
ty some twenty years ago, is agent for
the McCa.rmick Harvesting Machine
Company, of Chicago, and has just
received bill of lading for a carload of
machines, rakes and nfxsures. This is
the best up-to-date machine on tlhe
market, having all the latest improve-
ments and attachments. Among the
leaditrg features of this machine is
thle "verticle lift." whereby the oper-
erator cani tuirtw the blade perpendic-
ular, enabling him to pass; any ob-
structiou without getting offl'his ,ea,


the width of axle and height of
wheels give longer and greater
driving power, with lighter draft, all
of these are great advantages over the
old style makes, and no other machir
on the market have them.
The rakes also have all,.the latest
improvements. They are all steel ex-
cept the shafts-very light and* dura-
ble. There is no farm complete with-
out a mower and rake. For cleaning
land preparatory to planting crops, a
man with a machine and pair of
mvles or horses will do more work in
a day than a dozen men with grass
blades and hand rakes.
Anyone wanting a machine will
find Mr. Pooser at W. C. Jeffords'


fit' :1141 llen
b~y takitig a 4l4ui 41f (ii1tL1ihefhiIS~
$tttem~wm 'tiand Liv~er Ta,24I.eItmwhen
Dti-%ar-amv m l pmu will iwver hlave
that severe rjuni~lmnmeit m listed 11 u1011
you. Price -2-5 cents. Ftir s-dee I' yAm-
ti- Monoprily Drtiw ~ tore. II


a Oalea nt PUUR LtNgID OIL mind
with b a gal o







mio. p 1iog- of the vLtr Bsaw PAI
1t the Wrou


of oar b.lln. IAsa most oa rA n a thaa
PtOR WuT LMAn and Is ABSOLUTELY NOT PoP-
soooU8. HAxxMM PAINT is madeof the asT oe
PAINT MATzar ALS-such as all ood painters us,
and is ground THICK. VIrY THICK. Notroubleto
ix. anSy boy can do it. It it the COMMON SaIE
orf Hou PAINT. No BrTTBpaintCtatmBl du
at Anire ot. and is


NOT TO CBACx, BLISTER, PaEL or CHIP.
'F. wHA' AR PAINT CO., St. Louil,Mo
Sold and guaranteed by


THE RCIET 0O.


OOAT.A -


FLA.


Geo. S. Hacker Son.


RMONTEZZUMA XEXIHAHIG
J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Calrs.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


Prompt and Satisfactory Service Assured Everyone.
inaemLL ma Bleck. a


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F.TH EA 5991MOBSIUIN SEPTIUSDIER "I


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Four courses of four years, in Agriculture, Mechanical En-
gineering, Lalin-Science, Classics. One year's course in buti-
ness: Stenography. Typewriting and Telegraphy. A prepara-
tory course of one or two years, as required, for those wishing to,
prepare for the college. Post-Graduate courses are also offerdl.
Young men under military discipline. Young women under
refining home influences at Foster Hall. Fine modern I buildings
and first class equipment. Tuition free to Florida stwdentv.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
T. H. TALIAFERRO. C. E. Ph. D. Premldent.


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To
TheVia al

Via all rail
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Via S.S.


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DRO) ::. :S .\S, B} L [N D.
MOULDING AND
BUILDING MATERIAl
V'ndow ni Pancy Glss A Speciallyt
Purchase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold
South ard thereby save
money.


OMoeand wareroomt. Kiluar
Street.
CHA RTLETON,


opposite Cannot
S. C.


Hughes'


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

An Excelleui (eineral Tontie, as well
as' a sure cure- ',r I'hila:< ami Fevers,
lalarial Fevers, Swaiml* bev.rs and
Bilions Fevers.


-IT'NEVERl FAI[,%-


Just what you need at this season;
Mild laxative, Nervous Sedative,
Splendid Tonic.
Guaranteed by your druggists.
Don't take any substitute. Try it.
--.S0C AND $1.n, B(OTT'LES-
Prepared by

Robinson-Pettet Co.
(Incorporated)

Louisville, Ky.
BUY T-HE





SEWING MACHINE-
Do not be deciv,,d lby those who ad-
vertise a $0.n.' S?.wilmg Machine for
$20.00. Tlis kinll of a machine can
be hmlulit from u~ orany of our
d.,-ahii fr.a;l $1.(X)to $18.00.


TUR )'4 I


LtVE TO FEBIIR.-


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.
Louisville & Nashville. via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & A.hvillt-
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia anl! BHoton.
Via Savannah and Merchants &V Mlin-rn Trans-
portation Company for Baltimore antl Phil;.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York. Wa.lh
ington andt Balt imnrt..


Vial -or'rmt tnx:% :andt
A lx'he 11femn'ular a: I
f4vidt1 )'jteiltlxi tesanhll.h


To Nova Scotia and Prince Edwads Isand


Via Boston and the Canada, Atlantic and Planit Steaut.-ii la ine.

Summer Tourist Tickets
Will le on sale at all points on the Plant System to the principal mountain ..
lake and seaside resorts throughout the country until Septembtr :;*', inclulive.
linmted to return until October 31.
('heap excursion rates to BUFFALO, account Pan-American Ezxpmtion
enabling passengers to visit Niagara Falls.
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will I liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or write t F. JOLLY, Div. ass.gt., 138 Wst Bay It., lactea .,
W. 3. I NA nn, S. N. WIXX., n. h. TatTut Xp.
SDImnIh, Oft. Souut.,, OI.

'DSniic usirU< tO( 0sUs sa ---- ------- s ------am -


Nine-

Tenths

of

all the

People

Suffer

from a

Diseased

Liver.


HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

REGULATES the ir, Strmc m ih
Cleansesthe System, Purifils th i.

URES Malaia, BlinaioSesas, a
SWk Stomach and Inmpl lpdim

Every hittk g t f ae a Smla.
XaJXM 8W] X"X'Xa, SB.At
Price, Sr Cent.
Prepared by JAMES F. BAUARD. St. Lels. Mw


For sale by Anti-Monopoli Drug Store
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Jerry

Burnett


OCALA,
LORID=A.


HICKORY


STOVE WOOD!

Having now taken the management
of our stove wood business ourwivWe,
we name theechedule of rates Ilow -


"i ey est and Havana.


Merchant

Tailoring


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no. ss*-*ast -1 tow Mi seuie.ij'a, raver
a SC )ia.-a

-00, ? 2'. *Q tra.

I'arwal go-cals ~ l~
W emwu ik ,prI' ii:giemt

so r~.i at it..' rar'.. Faliou.:m..
16".- st star~pwr 144',6-4.-,Iliithe
-f., iff fisgto.-. auHsait ~tie.-Paraa
111--iff1

coal tea'O.- 1, % '. fl."
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'i.B ri-e t -w.'i'tii t.. 5.' 'ar loe-.

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stnbee a 910b6FlNW

I a. otr..u14rd o.- merveraI yrors with
- -P,1, s 4 I1 i --ti-n anan 4 ir%.'rses (iCe
e~et~at m-. 5J i~rtv-e1.me4'f Lalcap-


.. H %- H ".. Tritsaei heud mcu uni-
Iw's.. losing lie-i-trinc ittervi,
ekt. 11 o @eter.' gl.V1 thau allI thp
te..otli-nrs I e.-, -IM*. % Tht hfla'eah
kweo4 mat M .f. cits Is-h@-u halth for
VV~ b mbbb- say 's tr' Vo ri atter' ar a
io ot4dadW *w fo tmam), to rtr' e.. that
Otlw aes a grasnd t444114. 60,11 inviclo.Etor
for oa. run dkawti wop N cther
amodiH maw 'am 1. at.ta ke- i4 aiour
tun$ 1I I rt dr itOly S otits"
6.to-wo guerunl~..1t'~-Eiarr'.tt & Ederaf.
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-~wt 1196"MSOM661 ROWlSM
*h~tattervwigm soul re-turn, flow.4'I. I111
wami Ag0 fob liiuut

Sirf.l seed rwturvl. 1*I4 ) I. *D tale;
o" .4 am '. FiDal I I ;It 01 cf1I-.
4 Uve-4aft. .40atid return, .dI.ie
4 k, Go pi.olt 7 t. II. l..nkitwel to
M".4 I*,, U itt. eate-2104.011 tic 11-11. 1 i%
da"Mot a&0d geamu t 'Iet 70fre.
I '11WIDUS11 amtd r orta. *C.4.%e (0II

-ar" Q -otl 1 ost3'i
Pser Fatoseomte rtuu


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I'astata e la and return (l


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a ereurting. arrive


a* laits' m. *rat %A4611t rreatta,
staleglib) o*wlal~e! 4-1
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RECEIVED



GOLD MEDAL
Hibsast Award Diploma of Honor.

Established l *S.



I'thi* lFamnou Glusest for eie ly
DR. WWM. ANDERSON.



I:y,1.iht 'Itsted Free.

Sauti ioni Hawke- (lasses are never
I.*Itdl-d. ie sure that "'Hawkes" is
-ttil|l -d tim framete. *-S


For Best Values
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UN BREELAS

ET'. ET('.


Beckham & Go.,
MEICMANTS' BLOCK.


OCAILI


FLORIDA.


FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE
tHOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
F. wi -'It- .


i, Tr r' ..... .
!,.. :romn tmma" .'hi l'ti.'. ter-
0-m ,lt- N.itiMna; Bink .... ._
K, -lt troi I ,nmpt o!'.r. Redemp,-
t.,'' ,,I la n l ....... ............. .........

K. ll rm I i T!ag:ard Co. e v
o f ... ... ...... .... ..
bi, vr'\ ,1 ronm I' Thartr.'. p *ol; i'.
Ktren r.l from I' 1' Thagard. poIl!- :co
T.ta: l eceipt ...... ....................5.
1 bihuTi d luring month ....................
In a in Tra-urv ...........
\ AkRRANTS ISS'ED.
1 membtern of school board ....
SI) Can salary tor July ..................
W I carn a postage and express ....
i'u!,'lhing and printing .................
It-lp in *rupenntcndent office ........
% unrwe l Chambits. Interest .............
1 I Pateur Conmmisio ......... .....
ianotlort at tsmmer normal .................
rea, h, t- at -ummtr normal.................


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I ota' .... ..... ......... ............... s ~ '
k CAPITU NATION
i ,Itfttnd'ng warrants July .;l io:.......... ;." o7
Watrrnt- i~umci Augu-t .. 1t-. ........ ;- ,c
T.4 : ... .. .............. 5' 3 44
Wa'rant paid A'ugut : ti. .).. ..-. .-'- 25
Tota: .it-iandl:n warrants tug. ;it oo: I.-.f 69
Sa..*ce -n treasuiry ......... 5 Si
Isfi'-t 10 fun .1- Augu-t ": Z 1 : .... .... :~. o S
At, G SC. SCOTT.
W. IT Io, l Chairman.
e-retartv.

TAX COLLECTOR S REPORT.

i I' 1 hagnit1 rTa Collector. in Account with
%Mlrvon County I^ Taxes.
C >'i(t\ 'ho.'ls
Si.\ In ol.ectte .......... ... ..... -7
Treasurer' receipt ........f! r:i -t
Tax sale July :. i i 4 :5 -4
R k errors and inscl
rencic ........... .... 12" 5

Ai.a B'ante unrollected ;.&nc: 235
it. .n\ Proper
u T n u:ecte .................. ::- 5
rTrasurer rc-lp l ....... (t ZCi ,i
*x -a e! Jti'Ty O : ... J '"
J-.r. r- insolvenci'. on
r I : r tate .............

A .. Ha:anc., uinc'l:t-ted ....2 :3 ;
. ::ltl k.-ad-
. Ha;:anc' .in.ollected -. c': ii
Tr, ',T m "l rd e:pt 4 ,
-a ale lTe :l ; 1%t : .ir' ...
S-rT a*nd i -t.,vente
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SE, WIESD 'Florida East Coast Ry,


J)'RLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY' IVKN THAT
J. F. EDWARS has tiled with the county y
Ct.immirMiofers of Marion county, in the State
of Florida. his application for a permit to sell
liquots. win:e- and beer in Election D)strict No I
of'aid county and state: that ich application
will be acted upon by the said board of county
commissioners at the next regular meeting.
which will be held on the
f.h stl .1lo :,!a vi S ,wil e'r A.. D. 190o.
at :Io'lock iu the a. m. of said day. arid the
board hereby calls upon any citizen of such
election district who may desire to do so. to show
cause, if any there be. at the said next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit should
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commission-
em. of Marnon county Florida
This the 5th day of August A. D. t0oi.
H. W. LONG.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Attest:
S T. SISTRU'NK.
Clerk -


NOTICE OF FLPPLCAON B OPECfi TO
SELL oQUOBS, WaEs A seD MR.

)I-B LIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
The Carmnchae: & Son Co.. ha- filed with the
Board of County Commissiorv rs of Marion
county in the sate of Florida. their application
for a permit to sell liquors, wiue- and beer in
Election District No. i of said county and state:
that such application will he acted upon hy the
said board of ccumnt commissioners at their
next regular meeting. which will be held on the
S.t .V., i ;da S, /t ,,kf,- A. 1). /y>D .
at :.'o'clock in the a m ot th(e aid day. and
tht board hereby call on ;ouv citizen of such
election di-trict who ll;,i de ir- '. Jo .so. to show
cause, if any there it- ht t,'e .!,rIl n. xt regular
meeting of said lou;r., why .uch permit shall
not be grantil:d r, th' anrr'.itant.
By order of tla< Boari .it County Comrnissiou-
trs. of Mla:in countlv Forida.
This th, lth div of vAuust A. I). iol.
If. W. LONG
Chairman ltuati or C-.untv COnimi-sioniers.
Atte",
s T. -IP-TRF'NK.
Clerk. 4


OTIC OF APTICATION FOBR FEBMT TO
SELL LITORS, WliES AnD BEM3.

PI'BLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JC. 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 fora permit to sell liquors. wines and
beer in Election District No. of the said county
and state: that said application will be acted
upon by said board of county commissioners at
their next regular meeting. which will be held
on the
fii.'t ,0'. d: .' 't,-'i'Pf A. o1901.
at :,, oclock a ::. of the sail clay. and the laard
herehly calls upon ani citizen of such election
district, who niav desire to do so to show cause.
if any there "'- .it the aiid next regular meeting
of said !,'Haril why such permit shall not be
gratlted to ti* :ipp,.ica.nts.
By or!de: of th- Btoard r.f County Ccmmiission-
er-. of Marion c-:;ntv. F'orina. this the sth dan
of August A. i ;:. HW. \ LONG
Chairman: Hoarmd of C 'inlv- Coimmissioners.
Attc t. Mat non county. Fla.
S T S:-ti irk.
('terk f


NOTME OF ArPLIFATZC0 FO PE, MIT TO

SELL IQUOBS, WfNlS AD BEES.


PUBLIC NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ohn 'P Galloway has filed with the Board of
County CommiissioneTs ( itMarion county.
in the state of Florilai. 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
It .V>;,a i :PwiS,- rt.enhen A. D.9, r.
at to o'clock in the a. in. of the said day. and
the board hereb\h calls on any citizen of such
election district who may desire to d, so, to show
cause, if any there be. at the said next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit shall
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Board of County Commission-
ers. of Marion county. Florida.
This the ;3th day of August. A. D. 1901.
H. W. LONG.
Chairman Board of County Commiioners.
Attest:
S T. SISTR'NK
Clerk. 5-i6


ADMtINSTATO'S NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FO8 FIAL IMSCEABI.


NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned, a, administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
igth Day of Odober, A D.. 19o01
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 19th April, A. D. 1ior.
('HARLES W. WHITE. Admr.,
419 te6m Est of James B. Campbell. deceased.


ADMMINSTRATORS NOTICE.


NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
creditors, legatees and distributees and all
persons hating 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. iy pcstoffice address is Mclntosh, Flor-
ida. July '2th. "o0s.
W. E. ALLEN
Admini-trator with Will Annexed of the Es-
tate of Mary Eliza Keep. Deceased.
W. RIBLtIOCK. 7- 26-9
Atty. for Administrator.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


WHEREAS PHIIPr GRAHAM HAS PRE-
sented to me tax certificate No 1446. sale of
August -th. ::..- covering the following l:irdi .n
Mlarion county. F:orida. to-wit: s 2-5 of lot 21 suib
of ie:, of ne', sec :3. twp 5 s. range -i e. and
i.pon a:d certifc.cte has! demanded from me a
tax .Ieed
T'heretore. a:ter t.ie expiration rf thirty days
tro'n the r'ate o; th!:- r.tict. unless redeemed, it
i ny ittntnton to i--iue a tax deed to the sai'l
:and, '
IDated AuI i'; : ".


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S T SISTRINK.
("'trk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


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Time Table No. 32. In Effect May 20, 1901.


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STATION NS.


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Daily Daily!


- ti:, ., 4: l.v ... .i;:,'k-.jivi:e ... Ar 7 ;4 p 10 Tl"I
.T> I':u A.t. t..........ST Augustiwe .......Lv: 5 5vp, 9 00a(
.t. iui.. L S ....L St. Augustine ....... Ar| 545p, 835a
' I2a ....... Hatings .........Lv 5 14p; 8 25
Cf lo i 4 ...... Ea-4t Palatka.......... 4 5bpl 8 10a
f4 p l Il ...... a ........... 4 15PL i ali
71p, 12:i' ......... Bunnell ........... 4IOp 7 la
7. tp 12 1p: ........ nDupont........... 85P 7 1381
S39p 1 5p .............. rmond............ 25p 6441a
75? 17p ........... Daytona ..........." 313 61835
S0.*p 12pi ........Purt Orange ......... 802? 21a
SApP 1 47p .........New Smvrna 2400 006
215p, ........... Oak Hill ......... 21 .....
.... 24 ........... le ..... ...... 14 0 ......
...... 3 ............. ... .. ..... .
...... 328pE ... 1..p.. ......
..... ......... Mlborne........... 12 1p ......
..... 446p ..........- Sebao ...1.. 2
S........... St. L eie ........... ..
S.... .... J ............ err
..... 4 .......... Fort Pierce........... 11 ...
..... 6 ...........Tibbal. .......... 10 .....
6..... 6 ..... ..... den ............ 10 ......
...... p ......... enae ..........." 102 .....
..... 23 ......... Stuart ...1017a.
.. 652p .. .r.2* Sound ........" 9 4.""
..... 704p ..... Wet Jupiter. .......... 9 .33
..... 78p ....... W t Palm Beach....... 900a, ...
...... 8 p .......... Boynton ........... 8 a ....
...... ............ Del .......... 8 28 ......
...... 856p .......Fort Landerdle. ...... 8 ......
93p, ..........Lemn City ..... .....
...... 945pAr..........am ........... Lv 45 ......


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No.25 No _3:No.2ljNo. 1 No.15 INo. iNol o1N. a. No. LNo.Al
Sun Sun Daily Daily Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. IDailyl vl1y Daily Sun Sun
only only i x- ex.S m-I- lonly
l4p 2Ap! 7i)pj 5bftj0plo0 Lv ..... ..Jacksonville .... Ar i 6501 9ta 4 30,11 1 OUp
1053p 208pi ;ipi 508p;10 28a, .......o. Jacksonville.: ..... Lv 642 a a 8! 2 6 11 OIj 8p
112n 2 4tp 7 4,p 5 0lp 1( ... Pahlo Bach .........." 61.1 0 S 50p 1O al 8Dp
11:I7, -TI '4 ;4.51i .4p Ipiat..n "........Atlantii Beach........ 535 8 .1 545D 1025 81p
l "-1 ,, *,, it 11 2ta Ar ..Mayvn rt ...L 520. 8 1in 5.f10106 S 8ip
N,.: wi ,u..54 ,,.- A,,:pJ.o:.O ,%':IPALATKA BRANCH No.C7No.jiNo..... ja ., i LwoJ.
v I,,r t ??___ Dail" ailyy IilyDilDPALATKA BRANCH O Nol ..
Daily Daily Daily DaDayDaily Daily Al Dily Daily Dil Dly DST
6lp, 500p. 4t5p!Il50a 815a 7 a Lv..Esst Palatka..Ar i0 U- -1 li -3 i Ipl 2-55iT
3Spl .5 30p 4l.5p;l210pi 825al 740'Ar .Palatka Lv 745a1 ll1215p 4p1 .5 43

Daily Daily SAN MATEO BRANCH.
7famt a Lv .... .................... East Palathk ................... ... Ar i fr
7215 6ll Ar .. sa a~t1.i M. ... L7 isi lE1


o n rr.~rs o Exe anu.
7801 OnfLA amrna..Arf pfa 700' L.........Thuasve.......... l 7
3p 1121 Lake el n..L 71 ." ...... ........ ...........
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410p r10e a .OrmageCity. .. p" 44p 8l ............ ............... "
410pl1145 Ar Orange City Jc. lp 4:p 8 ........... 83 ..........
93ll Ar ........... .4a i............::: "*

TheseTime Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive aid dpar
from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time stated is not guan
teed. nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any conseque es ar
ing therefrom.

PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAXI

BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
ALeve Miami Mondays and Fridays ...1100 pm Latve Havana Weds. and Saturdays... 1 am
*Arrive Key West Tue. and Saturdays. 330 pm Arrive Key West Weds. and Sats.... 700pm
Leave Key WestTues. and Saturdays 900 pm Leave Key West Thus. and Sun ...... 1pm
Arrive Havana Weds. and Mondays.. 600 am Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays.... SWam
For oopy of local time card address any Agent.
I.TD. RAWNER. Amt. Gen. Pas. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE. FL&
I lB l m.


NOTICE.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT L'NDER
i and by virtue of a final decree rendered ,by
the lion. W. A Hocker thejudge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for Marton county, in chancery. on the 2-'th
day of August. A. I 1)o;. in a certain cduie
pending 'n said court, wherein 1) C. W. Smith
is complainant and Samuel W. Teaeu and
others are defendants. the undersigned. named
and appointed as special master to execute the
same, will on
Monday nth 7-th day of o. tfohei A4. ). ir9tr.
during the legal hours of sale, offer for sale and
will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
the mortgaged premises therein described,af fol-
lows to wit:
All that lot of land lying in the town of Ocala.
Marion county. Florida, and more particularly
described as tollows. viz:
Beginning at the northeast corner ,;f lot No. i
of block No. 5. in the city of Ocala thence run.
ning south one hundred and nineteen feet.thence
west fifty-two feet thence north one hundred
and nineteen feet. thence east fifty two feet to
the point of beginning, with the appurtenances.
or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis-
fy said decree and costs TULIS F. BIGGS
ANDERSON & HNCKIKR. Special Master.
Solicitors for Complainant. -30


TAX DEED NOTICE.


WTHEREA. A'. G. MEGGS HAS PRESENT-
ed to me Tax Certificate No. L. 2 3, 7 o and
21, sale of August 7th. 1899, covering the follow-
ing land in Marion county.Florida to wit-South
half of northeast quarter; northwest quarter of
southwest quarter: southeast quarter less that
part entered as orange Springs- west ot Spring
street, in section 25. and northwest quarter of
northeast quarter of northeast quarter section
35, all in township iI, south, range 23 east, and
lot i9, block 2. rage west of Spring street gnd
south of Main street, Orange Springs. and uaon
said certificate has demanded from me a tax
deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice. unless redeemed,
it is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated August 2oth. zooi.
(Sea, S. T. SISTRU'NK.
S23 Clerk Circuit Court.

NOTICE.


In the Circuit C.ourt. Marion County. ?lorida,
Fifth Judicial Circuit-In Chancery
Enoch W. Agnew. Complainant, vs. Hibbert B
Masters, et a!.. Defendants. 0
IT IS ORDERED THAT H. B. MASTERS BE
and he i. hereby required to appear to the
bill in this cause on
lMondal. t- *-ti da of ('t,: ,',A, AI. D.. ,;.
It is further ordered that this order be pub-
lished once a week for four con-ecutive weiks
in tha Ocala Banner.
This August ,th. :; o
['ca ; a S. T SI.'.RI'NK.
C:erk Circuit .'ci:rt.
H. L. ANDERR0ON
comlT ;:.': a, solicitor.


A true cp-,.
Attet -- T. .I4STRT
Sl If.B C H C


T'NK. CI'rk,
-I'-TRUNK. 1) C.


rcS "LED OTI'E.


~ to "ittI~XN ''-.). 1 V-4. .a :.r t-a. (,I'
Augu~t-t '.. ,:-.-,-ring the t-'.!1 winig la:&(!in j
Mamr'. ::'i F'. i,-da.t, i. ti-.-So theast yira-
tur of -;'.t lw n:ar:r o.4f ncrthea-t (j;iArter
and i- -:th' a-t 'aror .f !:i'-r lhwrst quarlt.
21.and 't --':!.e--tq Irtr T'' n w.t"e-t


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AA DEED NOTICE


NuT ICE.


In the Circuit Court of tie F 1i.ti u i.:ial Circuit
uo I-;ritda in anti for Marion coun-
ty-In Chancery.
William L. Vandeventer. complainant vs. An-
nie R. V'andeventer. defendant -Divorce.
T IS ORDERED THAT ANNIE R. VAND.E-
venter. defendant in this cause. be and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill in this
cause on
Monda thlie nd- 'ay of Sepltemaer. .4. D., tgo:.
It is further ordered that this order bc pub-
lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner.
This June 26th. A. D. 190m.
Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK,
N. M. ALLRED, Clerk Circuit Court.
Conplainant's Solicitor. 6 as


TAX DEEE NOTICE.


W WHEREAS. W. J. HOGAN HAS PRESM NT-
Sed to me Tax Cerficate' No. 66- of August
7th. aS99. covering the following land ir Marso
county, Florida, to wit: east half of southeast
quarter section 5. township 31. south. rnge 23
esut and upon aid certtfieate has demanded
from me asax deed.
Therefore. after the epinratb ofthirtv days
from the date of this notice. anles redeemed.
it is my intenteio to issue a tax-deedto the said
lands.
Dated August io,-i: t6. T.JISlTKCK,
S-16 SfrJ C ILtn r Mirem-t.J


W WHEREAS. MRS. IDA MORGAN. a- ADMIN-
istretrix of the estate of D. L. Morgan. de-
ceased. has presented to me Tax Certificate No.
737 sale of August 7tht, 99,coveringthe fotowig
land in Marion county. Fl.rida. to wit: e% of
lot 3. sec 24. tp 13. s. r 25 e--s acres. and upoo said
certificate ha. demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed,
it is my intention to issue a tax deed toa
lands
Dated August 13. 19o. S. T. SISTRrXK.
S f6 [Seal Clerk Circuit Ccurt


TA X DEED NOTICE.


'AERSEAS. JOHN W. ROSS HAS PRISESNT-
\\ to me Tax Certificate No. 2-75. sale of Au-
gust. Soo. covering the following land in Marion
county. Florida, to wit: Northwest quarter of
northeast quarter section ;-3. township 17. msoth
range 2o east. and upon said certificate has de-
manded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed. it
is my intent )n to issue a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated Aug.. o. 190 S T SISTRUNK,
-a-5st Clerk Circuit Court.


NOTICE or TTer'V' zEniATox.

SHE KEGr;LAR UNIFORM STATE EXAMPI
nation for teachers will commenceon
Tue:aay). .Sptet:ber frd, 19ol.
and la-t three days White applicant! will meet
at the racaa High School building and colored
applicant- in Howard Academy at 9 o clock on
above cate.
.clemtion- in pedagogy will Ie taken from
l-iIth Lectures on Teaching. sold iby HI. & W.
B Drew Co Jacksonville Fla.. price one dollar
Appl-cant will supply them e wtheml h paper.
pen'-an, ink. W D 'ARN
Superinten'lent.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


IV ). NAT'TIIF'V. ;HAS PRE-.
i<: ?1t, Tax C %O..icat No. .2t -le 4o
...t ~' : cw th- o.'ning lard in
., im j~rla 1 ''t W w t ...of W, of
.1 r izp mpon 'ic a tax deed.
ittv! ,the t\piriion uf thirty ''' -
tb i--ut n( atax cc. tio rctiv..-.e
toi ~ r i-ic a- tax det-i', to !-,-..~


T T; I -lSlt RNK
Clerk Circuit t-eii*,1.


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THE OCALA BANNER. AUGUST 30, 1401.


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To People Who Eat:
_ Our Mr. Jake Brown left last Saturday for New
York and other markets, where he will select for the f
People of Marion county such a line of Fancy Gro-
_ series as has never before been seen in Ocala, even
in our own store. Watch this space for arrivals.
SStaple goods will not be slighted either.
~Yours for More Business,


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