Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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: September 6, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00048734
Volume ID: VID00604
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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at1rl pales. quicklyy cured by Banner
alve. the mot healing remedy in the
world. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.m
M r. J. B. ('. Koonce, editor of the
uniuerville Times, member of the
lg slature and a practicing attorney,
was iu Ocala during the week on pro-
frri nial tusine*i.
S.rs. ( ha Tydings and Children
ian Mi) Annie Davis returned Mon-
,lay afternooi from Ohio, where they
hate Ireln ( lending the past two
mnoitlh" with relatives and friends.
Mr. I %,. BlakP. is back from Ken-
tu. ky. Hii -ays. that he has spent a
areat many unimmers iin Florida but
that it ,l.,l lnoi knuow what hot weath-
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Let's see.
In the state of Kentucky the mere
"taint of insanity," concealed at the
time of marriage, is statutory grounds
for annulling the bonds of marriage.
Suppose the average Florida editors
Lived in Kentucky would they not
inundate it with their tears!
The mere tint, a bare suspicion of
insanity, dissolves the holy marriage
vows!
In Georgia and Minnesota "cruelty,"
without any adjectives prefixed to) the
word, we are quoting from Cooley,
is sufficient to annul this sacred obli-
gation.
Despite any number of marriage
vows, as long as human nature re-
mains what it i-, there will be found
cruel husbands and cruel wives.
Other editors may think as they
please about the marriage contract but
the editor of this paper feels that
confiding, sensitive, shrinking wo.
men should have the protection of
the courts from the cruel treatment of
sensual, brutal husbands.
Many husbands are brutes in human
form and are fit only to be taken out
and shot without the waste of sympa-
thy or tears.
In Illinois, besides the grounds es-
pecially enumerated in the statute,
the "court may decree a divorce on
other grounds if satisfied of the expe-
diency of so doing."
That is a wide open door-wide


Ocala at Clearwater. Still Active in the Seareh for Rekes.
Never in the history of Clearwater Allen Gibson, of Grahamville, with
has there been such universal satis- a number of helpers, was at Spring
faction felt and expressed as on the Grove in the interest of 4 company of
recent occasion of the visiting base- Ocala businessmen last week, mak-
ball team and accompanying delega- ing a thorough search for mineral or
tion of ladies and gentlemen from other valuable deposits believed to be
Ocala. A more genial crowd could located somewhere in that section of
not be found--they were certainly Marion county. It is believed some-
looking on the bright side of human thing of value has been discovered
nature, and seeing only the reflection about three miles west of spring
of their own glad hearts and bright Grove, where they have made quite
faces, each intent on sharing his quota an excavation, and are still blasting
of life's blessings with all within and digging with renewed efforts
reach. There was not a discordant Spring Grove is in the eastern part of
sound or word of disapproval, from the county.
any source. They came into our Chamberlai's Couh Rmedy a re
midst many of them for the first
time-and though a case of "veni Forite.
vidi, vici" the victors wore their lau- The soothing and healing properties
rels as gracefully at the vanquished of this remedy, its pleasant tast and
bore their defeat and with one a-cord prompt and permanent cure have
separated with only one regret the made it a great favorite with people
sadness of parting-but hoping to everywhere. It is especially prled
meet under the same genial skies.- by mothers of small children for cold


. '. ., t. t"*- sltte. He ays tlhe days in enough, indeed, to invite a whole Clearwater Press.
'lo, lai ,e -.n,>ler tlian the nights in
\1 11 .- tat. ziybushel of tears from some of the croc- Consumption Threatened.
% Ia -fulesn odile editors who inhabit this state. C. Uger, Maple St., Campaign,
SIn pious Pennsylvania, on becoming Ill., writes: "I was troubled with a
I .. ., .;l .. -tot Ieaciafted eating'. a ,on 'ms ,.lnt; I hacking cough for ayearand I thought
W Livr ould'nt that statute if enacted in I had consumption. I tried a great
,,i i..ial .l-tii. itt' enia.ih sl a L~iver
I '.- ml-,.v a- .'ure elchhini aad Florida play havoc and freeze to the many remedies and was under the
,.*' -tith, I.'hey regulate the marrow some of the small tribe of care of physician for several months.
L-)Cents. lt I Iused ont, bottle of Foley's Honey
:- t :. eta ~~ ugesto s Flrida elitors. and Tsr. It cured me, and I have not
I.j lu every state in the union "ungov- been troubled since." Anti-Monopo-
1, i 'llr'n,,- ieeidy. proprietor tof ernable temper," which is only anoth- ly Drug Store. m
S' M.- -t. .l Mtttres Mauufactur- term for "temporary insanity," is a A Cincinnati Oil Company Hunting for
,t **ni.allV .c'ently lhad some
.|I, ui,,, ,, intl ad n statutory ground for annulling the Oil In Leon.
w k ': n n tiur i !bI dep'irt ne t. In
S... ,,-t11., Mir. R-ely state marriage compact and the granting of An agent representing a Cincinnati
.t !r. % v.iy mui-l.h encouraged an absolute divorce. oil syndicate is taking options on
S 1 ti ;:-s. -,utlook and that It is only, however, when the form I lands in Leon and adjoining counties,
... I ..n1v in I 4.ala to stay. His f the disease come icurable and with a view to boring for oil. He al-
4 I .* tu-i i at tlhe old Ocala t ready has options on twenty thousand
.,. .vltv \VW.'rk. Mr. Ieedy aud fa- Ie anent that the tribe of little acres, and desires to secure as many
:,~ r a. mo-t valuable acquisition to Florida editors slop over and weep ad more as possible.-Times Union and
thl ,.ullie and social circesof Ocala. captandum tears! Citizen Tallahassee Correspondence.
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A Cyclone Price Smashing Without an Equal!!

Store Jammed Full of Thrifty Buyers! The

Greatest and Grandest Shoe Sale Ever


Inaugurated is Now On! You are

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the Wonderful Bargains we

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.\l.,e all things, don't forget that we guarantee to place a pair of shoes on your feet,
S.ur wjifve' feet. or your child's feet for any amount of money you bring. THIS IS NO
l I'MItL'G. BUT A SHOE SALE. by which we mean to rid ourselves of every pair of-
shioe, on our shelves. We don't want one pair left, and will not if shoes of the best makes
at altmst no price at all. will sell. Please give us a trial and be convinced, or ask any of
tlhe t hundred people whom we fitted with shoes yesterday, when this CRASHING.
%\i AIlX IN SA\LE bean. Come today and get fitted in a pair of shoes for just half-f


croup and whooping cough, as it al-
ways atfords quick relief, and as it
contains no opium or other harmful
drug, it may be given as confidently
to a baby as to an adult. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
A Sneak Thief Around Agaia.
Last Tuesday night a sneak thief
entered Dr. Anderson's drug store
through a rear window. He rifled
the register, stole several boxes of
cigars, and a number of other things,
among the number being a cod be-
longing to Dr. Slaughter, the pres-
cription clerk.


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My breeding stock are direct from
Ohio and Tennessee, are Pure red
and Excelleet Layers. Eggs for
shipment carefully packed and
good hatch guaranteed. 32.00
per setting of fifteen eggs.
Reduction for quantities.
Also have some nice young BELGIAN
HARES. Write for prices. Send
for "The Belgian Hare," a book of
complete instruction for the begin-
ner. Price 20e, postpaid.
R. O. CONNOR. Ocala. Fla.

OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY

A Few BarXalma
While They EmnU
One large Cabinet Organ, first
class order ..........4100 )
One Standard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two burners, with
oven, only ....... 5 00
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, no
oven ......... ...... .... 4 0
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
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rSewa-Brows.
Tuesday morning at to o'clock Mr.
Charles Munroe Rrown, jr., and Miss
Daisy Brown, both of this city, were
united in marriage at the house of
the bride's mother on Ft. King ave-
nue. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Hugh Morris, the newly elect-
ed minister of the Presbyterian
church. Owing to a slight illness of
the bride the marriage was a very
quiet one, only the immediate mem-
bers of the tao families being present.
The groom is the only son of Hon.
and Mrs. C. M. Brown. He is an in-
dustrious young man and is connected
with his father in the mercantile
businem
The bride, who is a sister of Messrs.
Ahe and Jake Brown, of the Tea Pot
grocery during her residence of
about two years in this city has made
numbers of friends by her many social
graces.,
Mr. and. Mrs. Brown have gone to
New York and the Pan-American ex-
position where they will spend sever-
al weeks.
Robertsen -Durand.
Last Sunday afternoon at the home
of the mother of the bride in the
fourth ward, Mr. Lanier Robertson
and Miss Marie Florida Durand were
united in marriage, Rev. W. H. Cole-
man, of the Christian church, per-
forming the ceremony. The bride
was very daintily attired in white.
Khe has resided in GOala for a number
of years and has made many friends
by her sweet disposition.
The groom is a manly young man.
He has resided in Ocala several years
and is stenographer for Hon. R. A.
Burford.
The Banner extends its best wishes
to Mr. and Mrs. Robertson.
Teague-Perter.
Married at the residence of the bride,
in this city, on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 4, at twelve o'clock, Miss lima
Hartwell Porter and Mr. Frank A.
Teague, Rev.. M. Gray officiating .
The wedding was very private, only
the families and immediate friends of
the contracting parties being present
The groom is one of our best known
business men and the bride has a
large dirle of friends and admirers.
They were the receipants of many
beautiful gifts. They will be at home
to their friends after October 1.
The Banner extends its best wishes
to Mr. and Mrs. Teague.
A Little Mrwe Fat.
That the majority of serious diseases
originate in disorder of the kidneys.
Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed.
Be sure to get Foley's. Anti-Monop-
oly Drug Store. m
a Me tlight Ride.
Last Monday night the following
young people enjoyed a most delight.
rfmoonlight ride to Silver Springs:
Mi-ss Mary neardon, Emily Ford,
Alice Reedy, Lena Bullock, Marie
Ballock, Sue Barco, Sara Harris,
Violet Harris, Memrs, Charlie Brian,
(lifltrd Andersoa, Cbarlie Lloyd, T.
K. laughter, W. H. PNwers, Will
Finch. Cheater Fincb, Charles Miller,
George Ford and Don iFord.
The party was chapermed by Mrs.
Frank Harris and Ma. Par Mason.
The ride to the Springs wm made on
the Silver springs A Western R. R.
Immediately on reaching the Springs
the party boarded the launch, Helen,
which had been chartered for the
evening, and floted a number of
ailes down Ihis beautiful and pictur-
esiue stream of water. The evening


was an ideal one and the entire trip
was thoroughly delightful.
Free the Oeala Lvening Star of
April lst. 1901.
We are indepted to Mr. George
('Ch for the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. I'lowe is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the most s'iwcesful trucker
in the state and he i4 a generous and
large hearted as lie is prospeaous."
Mr. ('Cloe ought his seed from the
'll relliable seedst an J. B. Sutton,
wito handclt only the test seeds to be
had e"|peiially adapted to Florida and
Quake" a sh*-'ialty of the finest strains
,f ealt(age, eggt plant, lettuce, onion
and toniato H ed. See display adver-
vertiteuinnt in another column. 7-12tf
H. ('. Watkin-. sexton of the Methb-
tli-t churclt. Sriingteld, Pa., says:
SMy wife hi i-* leen very bad with
iuttne-y trou)tle anid tried several do(-
toi- watlwout Ii-netit. After taking
ote. little ,tl FOley't Kidneyv ('ure,
was- itut'hi ictt, r, latil wa- ,ornliletely
* 'ire l fttr Iakin'- four t ,ttles. Anti-
.M approaching M' rg .:r.
an approaching Marriage.
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A WORD RERTORAL. treasurer, the deflulling hank cashier, I
the sinning preacher, until their char-
Mr. Bittinger's signed statement in acters are exposed have the steetn of
yesterday's Evening Star makes a few the public, their businc.s asBc4iates,
Sand the church membership, and are
remarks from me necessary.
ever afterwards held in execration.
He says that the reason he oppoi;ed __
my candidacy in the Times-Union To illustrate the most ignoble trait
and Citizen's contest was because of in nature a s*orv is handed down to
my "unmanly, disreputable and dis- us from the ancient Ronans.
honorable treatment of the Florida A benevolent, kinlly man saw a
Poeas Association." I frozen adder on a publicc hig% way. He
Those who know me are aware that stooped down and picked up the
such conduct is not natural to me. harmless looking creature and thrust
They know it is a false appendage. it into his bosom and warmed it into
I have been a member of the Florida life.
Press Assoeiation since its organiza- In return for the kindness lhown it,
tion, and at every meeting I have ever the reptile planted its fangs in the
attended have been shown the the good man's vitals.
most distinguished consideration, and I most sincerely hope the men of
at the meetings I did not attend feel this community who are nurturing
sure the association has accorded me this degenerate to their Io)imsi may
thesame treatment, with, perhaps,the be saved the infliction of his poison-
exception of one or two members. fag
We must expect to find one or two I hope, fr no po,.ible Irov,)cation,
black sheep in every fold. will he turn round and rend them
At Fernandina, twenty years ago, at as he has 4lone me.
Jacksonville, at Key West and other "Worse than a serpent's tooth is
places, I was on the programme for base ingratitude."
one of the principal orations. FRANK HARRIS.
At theimeeting at Miami this year ..
I again figured on the programme,
was elected editor-in-chief of the
Composite Bulletin, the first effort in
that direction by the Association, and
was shown other marks of distin-
guished respect. Burnlng Soaly
In throwing these bouquets at me I Burnin
was not aware until now that the As-
sociation was heaping coals of tire on
the head of C. L. Bittinger.
What he says about the efforts of
the Association to expel me for violat-
ing its rules is news to me, indeed! Complete Extenal and
Never a breath of it has reached
my ears before. IntC a Trcatment
Some years ago, Mr. Bittinger, act-
ing for the Ocala Star, Mr. Carroll for
the Baptist Witness, Mr. Brumby for
the Marion Free Press, and Mr. Mc- u
Donald for the Ocala Banner, signed a THE SBT, nol -aI CU'CURA
written agreement that they would SOAP, to clMsethe skit cruts
not print a certain chlss of advertis- asdscales, amd msoten thclcned
ing except for a certain price. ctice CUTICURA OINTMENT, to
Mr. Bittipger almost immediately n ntly smastiol, sad Irrtlead,
ald Idlmmatlno ra"d rethe ad
violated that obligation. Ial, and CUTICURA RESOLVENT,
Mr. McDonald and,.Mr. Brumby to cool ad case the blood, and
said then that they would make affl- expel m nomt germs. A SINOLE
Sdavits to that effect, and I: suppose S is ott 'm disf gn tong tsk
moet tWtmrio, dteltprnf drd,
both gentlemen will still do so. cat, sad blood Ihmou, rashes,
I threatened to report Bittinger's Itc sad ir tatious, with Ism
conduct to the State Press Association of hair, wlv m the bet pbhycids s,
at the Myers meeting, but did not ad a nther remee e.
attend said meeting, and hence did MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
not bring the matter before it. CUs oncI s8oux sraated by CuTlcura
Mr. Bittinger may have taken ad- OIrTmn, th great kn cre, for prwerv-
Ing, purifying, and beautfying the skln, for
vantage of my absence and endeav- cleaning the slp o eru scaes, sad da-
dru and the stopping of fllong hair, for
ored to work up a feeling against me. softenag, wiematng and soothiagred, rough,
aad aoe bhred, for baby rasher, Itching.
Itis not unlike him to hae done so. ud ei mb aad for al the papoue o. the


I took C. L,. Bittinger into my em-
ployment, confidene and home when
he scarcely had a dollar.
For twelve years lie had almost sole
control ot the business end of this
newspaper.
It was during the prosperous era of
this state. It then required little
business sagacity to make any busi-
ness prosperous.
He swore devotion, loyalty and un-
dying friendship to me-personal and
political.
After the bank failures, when the
outlook had a leaden cast, without
consultation or a word of warning, or
a settlement except what he made
with himself, he left my office for
Asheville, N. C., where he bought a
half interest in a republican newspa-
per and under his own signature
promptly espoused the principles of
the republican party.
Mr. T. J. Appleyard, secretary of
the State Press Association, and edi-
tor of the hanford Chronicle, and some
other Florida newspapers, made a note
of his apostacy.
He left my ,books in a shape that no
mortal man can unravel.
Since his return hlie has persistenttly
refused to givealy assistance in right-
ing tlhem, and since the day be walk-
ed out of it, has never put his toot iu-
sidti this t't.*s .
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toilet, bat and nursery. Mllonso fWomen
Use CUTrcLA sOAr In the form of bathe for
annoying lrrttatson, inflammations, sad ex.
corlation, or too free or ofenaste perspir.
nation, In the form of wahea for uleertte
weaknestse, and for many saaative, andstpti
purpose which readily suggest themseleI
to women, and especlally motL No
amount of persuasion can nduce those who
have once used n to use any other, ersecaUy
for preserving and eurIIg the skin, ecalp,
and hair of infants and daldren. CUTicUA
SOAr combine In OW SoAr at OU PKMC,
the amT skin sad complexion soap, and the
mBST toilet, bath, and baby oap in the world.
biid thrbmn the ve&M. BrIi Dews o. NWE-
*vTa a soo.n s-ic-8Clr7. h C.mb e 1-. ns.. M a
Dac A&s Cass.CarmeaS i ,M
Cotton Bought.
I am noUv prepl'rt-,l to iuv ,,.t,.tn in
in any quantity at highest tiarket
prices. At s ime old 1st!nd. (;ev,. K.
Robinson, Ocala, Fla. .(6;m
For Sale.
Ten thousand strawl-erry il;i's:
fne variety. Sep'embher is !the torst
time for planting. Addre-ss Mrs. J.
F. William)on, 0-:.lt, Ft. S.3a) '2'
Black Smith Wanted.
Must le a go'od horsethoer :iI a
tirst class blacksmith. Apply, F. E.
Matthews, O,'ala, Fla. tf
Thet Banilter shoe for W5.00.
the beat on the nimarket, at
Rheim auer C'o's.
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Eczema
How it reddens the skin, itches, 00oo.
dries :ind scales!
-rimef people call it tetter, zmilk crust or
suat rteumi.
Thie surffring from it is sometimes in-
tollse: Ih'cal applications are re,.orted to-
thley mitigate. but cannot cure.
It proceeds from humor inherited or ac-
q,Orvd and persists I:..: tb- have h ave h

..od's Sarsaparilla
(;v":'. retmoves thteml, bh.-. r.:dl'::.'.
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T- P. T,,LL.ar etthe beat cthhartic. rricice@.t.

Buffalo and Retura Via Plant System,
$33.75.
Account Florida Day (Sept. I1,) at
the Pan-American Exposition, the
Plant System will sell excursion tick-
ets to Buffalo either via Potomac or
Ohio River Gateways, on Sept. 7th to
Ilth inclusive, at $33.75 from Ocala,
Fla., and proportionately low rates
(much less than one fare) from other
Florida points, limited to return un-
til October 6.
The Plant Sytem has elegant train
service and the quickest schedules.
For reservations, etc., call ou or write
H. G. Hayeraft, city ticket agent; A.
E. Gerig, depot ticket agent; F. M.
Jolly, division passenger agent, Jack-
souville; B. W. Wrenn, passenger
traffic manager, Savatinah.
N. L. Reynolds.
One door north of city market. Will
pay the highest prices for all kinds of
farm produce, such as vegetables,
poultry, eggs, etc. Give him a call. S2tf


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Your Vegetables!


S.A.HASELT ane neTCHUk
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Protects orchards, gardens, cotton,
corn, tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetables
from the ravages of in,*ects without
the use of poison or spray. Send $1.01
for sample trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVFRY
COUNTY. Address.
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman,
6-28 Oeala, Fla.
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buy a parantl: there
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hot weather still to
coltie.and plenty of 4
reaon for buying
just now. The solid
worth of these per-
asols will surely v
make you ha ppy iii
purchasing o ne
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cotton-all heauti-
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fast colors.

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terns at IpoPular
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I- ,at I Times-Ut'sn and Citizen
My esteemed confreres, Mr. C. L.
Rittliner. of the Ocala Star and Rev.
J. (. Porter of the Ocala Star and
Baptit Witness, conceived and pro-
mulgated an adroit scheme to side-
track me in the Times-Uniou and Cit-
iteu'P, "Pan-American free-trip con-
teat for the most popular editor," and
While "doriu'" me receive the plaudits
if t ie state preft by shielding them-
s wIves twlLitid the letticoats of a bright


and charming woman.
With much show of gallantry, my
two friends enthusiastically and elo-
(uii.ntly Ilew the whistle and rang the
iw.1 attached to the Times-L'nion and
' itilen'' utlalo train, and placed
ViW E. Nellie Beck, editor of the
lirtow ('.urier-Intormant, on the
maina track. directly in front of me,
knowing that if a contest for the
"'*'m I..tweeu a man and a woman, the
man,ti if ungallant enough to continue
tile ratce. tood nooiossitle show of
winning.
MiMss ieck, whether or not detecting


the motive behind and impelling this
ie liiP deiiplay of chivalry, defeated the
rbheme by promptly declining the
Mr. malk 1. Wat-nia Wavre profferit honor.
iwe th se rna Air Lan.U Perhap.i Mis Beck remembered that
a *tm4 t tber Pan-A.seli- the ballot reads: "For the most pop-
1161 ular newspaper man," and was un-
, ~ *.el. willing to drop the qualities that make
.e *g4 e m. .th. i tier a T queently to accept and assume
l .* t I he ... Ir-. retur. a dsteietlt'u so masculine.
,_ I The t ala Star, under the direction
of the gentleman named, now charges
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',* ar..tl iat iutk. lI fltiS ,ei ..aidtlat-e. and broadly insinu-
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received no notice, but on no account
could I permit my candidacy to sub-
ject a generous and friendly newspa-
per to unfriendly criticism.
My authority for making the state-
ment concerning Mr. White is a per-
fectly responsible party living in this
city. FRANK HARRIS.

What Miss Beck Says.
In a manly-better still-geltleman-
ly letter, printed in Monday's Times-
Inion and Citizen, Editor Frank Har-
ris, of Ocala, withdraws from this
contest although he stood near the
hiad of the list.
rihe editor of this paper inow off
duty and ou the sick list withdrew
because she could not win except by
Favor accorded her sex, and she would
not win in that way.
Editor Harris withdraws because he
S1 -ulpersentitive. No editor in Florida
has -tomd more abuse than Brother
Harris. He ought to be case-harden-
ed from cuticle to gizzard, but he isn't.
You have crept into our heart,
brother, for what you did. and the
Sway you did it, but, just the same-
we wi-h you had played the hand
th rou gh.-Bartow Courier-Iuformant.

What Another Bright South Florida
Newspaper Says.
There is no question about the pop-
ularity of Frank Harris, of the Ocala
Banner. If the vote was left to the
masses he would make a regular race-
horse record. It is a pity that he with-
drew from the race of the most popu-
lar newspaper man in Florida.-Tam-
ra Trihiunama


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personal standpoint has been shown
many times.
Mr. Harris has not at times been
as friendly with the Florida Press
Association and some of its members
as he might have been, but that is his
business.
So far as the present contest is con-
cerned, I do not consider it a test of
popularity in any sense, as it can de-
pend to a large extent upon the num-
ber of papers purchased by the editor
voted for or his friends, and the votes
secured by personal effort.
I am more than satisfied with the
vote I have received, and thank my
friends for their loyal support.
I ask Mr. Harris to pay less atten-
tion to street talk ii the future, and it
lie will remain in the race I will with-
draw, I really feel that as a past pres-
ident I should withdraw. I am at all
times responsible for whatever I may
do or say, and I defy Brother Harris
to find one persou in all this wide
world who has ever heard me say any-
thing against his character or ability
as a man and a good citizen.
I have no control over idle rumors
or street gwsip, and I regret that
Brother Harris should pay any atten-
tion to people whose chief aim in life
appears to be to stir up strife and pro-
mote discord.
So far as hotel corridor talk is con-
cerned, Mr. Harris' name has never
been mentioned to my knowledge in
any hotel in Jacksonville.
I believe that the count will be a
fair one.
Let us all go to Buffalo, have a big
time, and make a success of "Florida
Day."
Life is too short to worry over a
ticket to Buffalo and expenses.
J. W. WHITE.
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 2.
OCALA, FLA., Sept. 4, 19411.
Time-; 'nion and Citizen
Mr. White's letter in your issue of
yesterday is modeled somewhat after
Howison's to Hackett-it is evasive.
In my card of withdrawal from the
Ti mes-tniou and Citizen', Pau-Amer-
ican ountest for "the most popular
editor" I did not charge that Mr.
White h:l Imade remarks derogatory
to ime in any way.
It lie hald dole -o, 1I .houlil not have
regarded it as sutliciently important
fr withdrawing from the race.
What I was told was that Mr. White
wa- mikitng the charge that I was the
Tiiies-tinion ('itizeti's candidate; that
the count would be unfair, and that I
would te eltveted regardless of the
1tnumber of votes cast for my corn-
petitor-.
The ceala Star was substantially
making the same charges here.
Mr. White's standing in the Flor-
ida State Press Association, being
its retiring president, gave weight
and dignity to his charge.
Had his remarks been aimed at me
personally perhaps they would have


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"sidetracked" the "Ocala Editor" and
he has incontinently fown the track.
Who would have thought "petticoats"
would have such an unnerving effect
on the "intellectual giant" of the
Florida press ?-Ocala Star.
might was Her Terrer.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery wholly cured me and I gained
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bronchitis and all throat and lung
troubles. Price 50c and $1.In0. Trial
bottles free at Garrett & Gerig's drug
store. 2
Death of Mrs. Charles Witzig.
Tuesday morning Mrs. Minnie L.,
widow of the late Charles Witzig,
manager of the Ocala Gas Works,
died at her home in this city of inter-
mittent fever. She was a native of
this county and about twenty-eix
years old. Her remains were sent to
her old home at Moss Bluff for burial.
le Relief For 20 years.
"I had bronchitis for twenty years,"
said Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Canville,
Ill., "and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar which is sure
for throat and lung diseases." Anti-
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forthilM r.safesure. No opiatw.


Sad Aeident at Weirsdal.
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
Little Dorothy Bue.kley, aged eight
years, was drowned in a pond near
her mother's home at Prospect last
Saturday.
She had only been mining about
fifteen .minutes when her mother
went to look she was gone. The news
soon spread that the child was mim-
ing, and a search was commenced
lasting all night and Sunday until
3:30 p. m. when she was found in the
pond The most intense excitement
prevailed, as a worse fate was feared
for her The woods were thoroughly
searched from East Lake to Lady
Lake.
She was known as Dot on account
of her diminutive figure.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Lintment re-
lieves the intense itching. It soothes,
heals and cures chronic cases where
surgeons fail. It is no experiment;
its sales increase through its cures.
Every bottle guaranteed. Price 5)
cents in bottles, tubes 75 cents. Anti.
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Death of an Old Citizea.
Jno. M. Tompkins, an old and ee-
teemed citizen of Ft. McCoy ded
there last week. He has resided there
for the p st twenty years and was
born in Nassau county seventy-two
years ago.
He was four terms justice of the
peace, deacon in the Baptist church,
Master Mason and an ex-Confederate
soldier. His funeral was prseched by
Rev. H. C. Martin.
8.00 hr a pair of Fe I Glve
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THE s rAgWIZR 8 IWI -
TEE OCA~LA BANNER,


NER. MUZZLE THE BAS ONES.

n the discussion of the divorce law
recently tnanted by the legislature of
Florida the (Orala Banner has endeav-


ored to be perfectly fair andI irmperson-
al in its statement-.
It has never lost its temper and it
were btr-t, perhaps, not t o do o) now.
It *quoted from -uch authorities as
Watson's Bible Dictionary, a standard
work on all religious and ecclesiasti-
cal matters; Hon. Thomas M. Cooley,
perhaps, the most eminent law writer
the United States has so far produced,
and from Wm. Hardcastle Browne's
codification of the laws on "Divorce
and Allimony."
It named the articles, cited the
pages, and quoted the exact language
from those eminent authorities, and
the newspaper that does that cannot
tn.ithfiill.i, Ie aliu iUase of endeavorinit


I -i I. Ij i u *i ^ i1 .
Mr. Brvail dctlivered a lator day ora-
to mislead its reader-s.
t,,' at Kanta- 'itv, march-ed in tihe
rank- oif thli liabir parade and waj But what shall Ie said of the tribe
hret t alouit t!he route. of editors who, without a particle of
S1hv ,not niakt. Mr. Wallae' Stovall. evidence, wantonly proclaim that men
the ed-:t,,r -,f tli. Trampa Tritbuln-, thei like Tom Palmer, W. L. Palmer, C. A.
no, t mayoTr f lamiIpa. EiroeverC(leve- Carson, Frank Adams, G(eorge P. Ha-
land uwa flrt nmav'r o(f Buffalo before iney, I. H. M. Davidson, N. P. Brow-
he w rnr of New York.ard, Jhn C. L'Engle, W. A. Fulton,
It i- rumored that Col. Bob Ander- W K. Zewadski, Speaker Watson,
in. tof <.ala, will be a candidate for and men of that stamp were purchas-
o',nigre.. if Colonel *lparkman can be
;prevaled uton to make the ra,-e for ed by Henry Flaler for a price
the I'uited States senate.--Tampa and naming the prie:'
Tribune. If that is only regarded by the tribe
Mr. Wallace 4 tovall, editor ,f the as excusable, playful lying, the
ramlt Tribune, has returned from a Oala Banner hopes the cold-blooded
trip to Greater New York, the Pan- ones among them will not be turned
American expedition and other places
,,f summerr travel. The letters he wrote looe on a generous, trusting, contid-
t .k4 to, his paper stamp him as the ing, forbearing people!
M. ning journalist of Florida. not the System, But the People, to
Our friend ai-rot the street i-4 mak- Blame.
ing a very gr-at effort to recover his Bro. Caldwell, of the Lake City In-
voire. He really has not had full dex and Jasper News, don'tseem to be
|Mt*f.i,)n of that ergn since his
m sO tU o tht C orgar ince hs in love with the railroad commission
faeou- tri, to North Carolina. And
that wap tie only time during his in this state a little hit. Here is what
.'ug residence in the south that his he says:
rmouth twmke as the fullness of his A Florida newspaper closes an ar-
heart d:rewted. ,* _.. ,- ... ^h


It may 1 all right for the Times-
I uton and Citizen to recover its voice
along the lines pointed out by our
neighbor aervo the street, but, along
that line and on that particular subject
it would te well for our neighbor itself
to keep a discreet silence. There are
times when silence is golden.
A gentleman on board the train the
ether day remarked that he did not
Pee why our neighbors across the
*trwet should have withdrawn from
the Time-lUnion and Citizen's Pan-
American free trip contest for "the
im-t popular editor." He said their
vot~* would have done that and saved
them the trouble.
At the old town of St. Joseph, once
the mt flurisbnhg seaport of Flor-
ria, milliou of brickbats and whole
tricks mark the cite of the town that
*n,.' had from .'.***, to 15,4l,i inhabi-
tants. Tihe only inhabitants there
*i ar 'attle aind and bill cranes.
N ri thi ,p laev Iack in the thirties aind
f.-rte". wa- th,. muoi't important place
iu th- -fate. It wa- here the first
'oUrntitut aiLal cIo-vention was held
atl it came near being the capital of
the, tate. \lllw fever in the early
frtie. d-epjoulated the town, and
from that time ou it went down.
Many ,of the houes, were moved to
Apalacht'-ola.


0@ THERNOO0
1. n.itural instinct which shows itself
in 'he- irIl as ,oon as she is big enough
ft pll\A the mother to her doll. I'nfor-
tunA.te-i the womanlv health does not
alwa! s keep pace with the motherly in-
stinct, atnd when
real motherhooll
comes It often
Scones to mother.
who suffer into|l-
e blv during ma-
Snity and who
It are unable to
nurw the weak-
ling child which
frets and inoanl,
in their arms..
Motherhood is
prepared for and!
provided for ,-v
the use ot Dr.
Pierce' favorite
l'rr ctiptiou. !

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tICle WILU te r utar at we HCdJ
the co-operation of the railroad com-
mi-sion in securing lower freights."
For heaven's sake, don't.
Don't mention it to the railroad
commission of Florida.
If you do you will regret it.
That august body does only one
thing; and it must be admitted by
its most violent opposers that it does
that one thing to perfection, and that
is-its members draw their salary.
The railroad commission, with a
big flourish of trumpets, held a spe-
cial session of their high mightiness
in Lake City to compel the railroads
to build a union depot in that city.
Chairman Day made his decisions
with a rapidity that "excited the ad-
miration of all beholders."
Commissioner Morgan cross-,luet-
tioned-the "minions" of the corpora-
tions with such skill and ability that
all the lawyers of Lake City, with one
consent, took back seats.
The union station in Lake City was
an assured fact.
The railroad commission of Florida
had said it.
The thing just had to go.
There were no doubts about it.
The citizens of Lke City nudged
each other in the ribs and said, "that's
the way to'do it."
The session of the Royal, High,
Grand Railroad Commission of the
State of Florida adjourned-and all
work on the union passenger station
at Lake City adjourned with it.
It is still adjourned.
And will continue adjourned till the
railroads, on their own motion, shall
determine otherwise.
Of all deadbeats in Florida the
railroad commission of Flrida takes
the cake.
It is the most useless appurtenance
that has ever fastened itself on our
state government.
It ldo't earn the salt that seasons
the' mush of it i ienimbers.
It weekly sends out high sounding
.irciular. to the hoodwinked press
whiit shouldd its praises, but it can't
adLvaiucei oie ouud reason for its ex-
i-te-Prc--excelt the salary its lmen-
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GET TOGETHER, GENTLEMEN!

Mr. J. B. C. Koonce, who is a merm-
ber of the Florida legislature, a prac-
ticing attorney and editor of the Sum-
ter County Times, defiantly as.-rts
through the columns of his newspaper,
in bold, small cap, brevier type, that-
"There is not a single state mention -
ed by the Banner in which insanity or
idiocy after the marriage is a ground
for divorce, aLd we challenge the
Ocala Banner to produCe the law of
either of the states mentioned !ex-
cepting Arkansas iin proof of its con-
tention."
While the editor ,of the Orlando
Record, whose editor a.lumlles in )'r
knowledge of the law than either
Blatck-tone. (ooley or Koon,-. says:
"And Mr. Banner mani to the .con-
trary notwithstanding, there are only
two states and one territory out-ide of
the state of Floiida, where insanity is
ground for divorces.'
As these distinguished gentlemen
disagree among themselves, perhaps,
after all, Hon. Thomas M. Cooley and
Mr. William Hardcastle Browne may
be correct.
And what becomes of the Cincin-
nati Post, Chicago Chronicle, and the
whole tribe of Florida newspapers
who swore by the glory of Aaron's
beard that Florida stands out alone
like a weary rock in a desolate land in
ber monopoly of this foul and damn-


ing statute?
Gentlemen don't point out that the
Ocala Banner is in error until you can
agree to some statement among your-
selves!
Lake City Index.
A Question.
There are certain pious souls in
Florida whose moral ?i sensibilities
have been shocked, inexpressibly


shocked, because the last session of
the Florida legislature enacted a law
making incurable insanity a ground
for divorce.
Tnose of this class who happen to
be "editors and proprietors" of week-
ly newspapers have reared back on
their dew-claws, pawed the air, made
the airdolorous with their mournful
sounds and made all sorts of charges
against the integrity of the individual
members of the legislature, because of
the legislation referred to.
For many years, it has been a law in
this state that temporary insanity is a
good and valid ground for divorce,
and there is not a c-ouuty in the state
of Florida in which divorces for this
cause have not been granted.
Now, will these pious ?) souls who
make the air hideous with their howl-
ings about the recent divorce law,
please state, why thty have been si-
lent about the law that makes term-
porary insanity a ground for divorce,
and raise such a howl about the law
that makes permanent insanity a
ground for dissolving the marriage
tie ?
The questionn is a fair oue It has
been asked by us before and still re-
mains unanswered. It is now and
here propounded again.
Please answer, or cease your sense-
less, hypocrical tirades.

A Pen Picture of Hope.
Beyond this beautiful and rippling
stream, just over the edge of the
grassy knoll, there blossoms a rare
and richly tinted flower.
They tell us that it is so rarely
beautiful that it may have blushed to
life at the touch iof an angel's kiss.
aud caught its rosy blush fiotu a
burning star.
Beyond the pathless mountains
that lift their Iblue peaks in the fading
distance they tell us there is a charm-
ing valley that drinks the diamouAl
dew of morning andl lathes i tlhe li-
quid sunbeamls, c-lad in a overdue of
everlasting green all t plotted all over
with tl.,wers of every hue atin shade.
Blicyoi' tthe Ht'lu wave-A ,f the patlh-
Ie-s ,eain they tl us t h-i er- is a clilne
from whit-li theli. iello, w su light dof


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diabetes. r;avel or t *
serious kidney or hlMA*d,
disease is what tho'..i-':
are doing who do rt
know it. You may be ,n,- .if t4,,
Are you neglecting th.t tl. k6j6..
tired-out feeling, dizzinr nr ,...,'
symptom of kidney disorder? T.
symptoms of kidne, disease ar.
many and peculiar--bahfng even t
doctors.
Here is a simple and sure trt
which any one may try:
Set aside a bottle of urine or tw to ** -*.
If a sedimaet or settiin occuss it i, a *
sign of kidnev disease.
Foley's Kidney Cure iP abol;..'-
guaranteed. You run no ri-. See
that you get Foley's, the guaranteed
cure.


I BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds.

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Thei Atlanta ('on-titution -ugges-
tively remark- that the Tampa -trike
leaders are "-till at -ea."
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t'i j!iie< ,of tlhaini a giOOI jelly. Every
% :',l I A- -t Pf tiht for-st. it is -fil te-t
;l.- Iherri s,, ill r-feret-.wt too eiarti. The
S.:ry, tc.litil.all calleded tlhe drupe,
*" >l :t.ins sugar, tl-.iomf gumu stsrel. ,
:a -:tllite Iiitter, rsin, potash, a vola--
tile oil and a tixed oil. (GooIl Ieer
-a'l Ite mnadt* fromin thl ripe drupe,
whihii l is a timullant to the stoma,.h
an.I is exhilarating to, the nerves. Tlhe
product of distillation of tliis beer is
an elxellent brandy. Burn thie seed
:ia I the ashes may be used iln place of
salt. Itoasted, the drupe is a fair sub-
stitute for coflfe, which it resembles
in smell. The starch ait. gum are
very fattening, and increase the flow
of milk. rhe berries, when eaten
riw., have distinct medicinal proper-
tie- in addition to their food value.
% hen green they make an excellent
*ubi.htitute for olives. Several pro-
prtetary ttdicines are made from the
amw palmetto, and several valuable
t n<-tures have their bIase in the sabal
e-rulatn, which is the little serub's
l.4tin name. In addition to all this,
i' tihe !ianlt is grubled up tud per-
mIitteod t1 rot on the ground it makes
a i exc'ellentt fertilizer. I's us4fulnes-
lt.wi.n't ielnd even with its death.
T'ai-re i- tino hardier plant than the
t &v paitlniittt,. All thlit it asks is a
living hani'e., antd it will Ipr'duct'e twoi
"**f(*"* off leaves a year. The brachies
andli leaves ciani; e gathered tat a cost of
about i to $2..'i0 a ton, delivered.
Tihe filtr from ;liat tonl is worth ap-
p r,o x in a t tely lil0 &5
Says ie Was Torturod.
**'I uttered such Ipain from corns I
,,ouldt hanrly walk." writes H. Rob-
inllu-n. Hillsborough, Ills.. but Buck-
Irn'.s Arntic Salve completely cured
them." Acts like magic on sprains,
trilites. cuts, soret, scalds, burns, ul-
cer. tboils,. Perfect healer of skin
di- eases and pilhe. Cure guaranteed
bLy (iarrett & (erig. 2.c. 2'
Shows Mis Faith By His Works.
Mr. Jno. W. Pearson told us one
day tttis week that he has now teen
taking options on oil lands and hav-
iitc analysis made of tile surface in-
dll.ations from various localities for
three mIiionths past. alnd is more stn-
guine today of finding oil in Florida
than at ai. tinse since beginning op-
era Iioa.li H is operations cover a large
part of Marion, levy, Sumter and t 'it-
riU cotulities. He has secured options
ou two h u nldred t thousand acres or more.
The following information concern-
Ing his operations in S.mter county
1. taken from the Sumterville corre-
ipelondent to tile Tinesl-'nion and
C'iff",n :
'*The indications are that Sumter-
viUle %ill kte the center of oil and
mineral eit-velopmentls of this state for
tile text twelve months. Mr. John
% I'rarnon. ,of ( tla. a gentleman
,well known in plho.,phate circles as
ti,, ,rniinial dvel*lo'er of hard rock
iph, -piatel iin Florida. hlas pr cured
,i.'l. oil e o s ixiy tlhou-siaid acres of
I.'I t -,lil, .f this place for thie tur
i. *-,*' 1,f ,t,','loIng its oill anil mliiers!


o ~.I r. *oUiois
1'. .-. ciarti o Ioso Ulmrpt'ie faith in
1,1. .. tlsiljil:tofto il in thiS iinity, anli
a %- fi#s iiniiti,oin Iiot're are better
- t viss cat an%.' t hoitheroiint iii thte tate
a a ahi, t It l've-.n l avettiaratett. The
Fi',tss.'m- i oti moid O 'ti?..i1 represen-
fat % tatIt-e was reliitlyt i y iticruied today
via! lit- w ill le't tim. tract at an
i 4**g 9 aa t oa.' fot tiwsaikitig tf two) well-4
O ~~ f. v elel 1-r o. took, fert 'ea'ctht.
It tooIm umsderi-tvo.l that Mr. l'eartomi is
It a 001 km ag Ini ccciii ulit ian ai Wil New
*(1.rk cmjsmtalist', atid will leave iso
'toomait tstturtineat tea outeart time wealth
o -I b is believed to bt Ieihilden lee-
jI fis t t. p oil of Surnter countyy"
*.: *r' *.ro of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Thirty BTars of Suftoring.
a r i i
A u'I utrervil for thirty ye:rs with
filarrh-weer al andthouhlit I wva past lIe-
~* a..- t itaIauqred.' sayS Jeohii '. HElloway,
1 'reiiaiah ( p'si Mi".IIt spent



~ llltr, ,, &ha liii,. ane umai'ist' :zclf s'ittr-
*A m -do 1 oilich fln Il x Imaoltv it tll
o~ is *of~ c r*.'eioVe-ry. I A3--40ecft-t'icle
111 1 l~ i t- et t poit~ f th it' a it ,a rris aa e t h a t
.11o~~o 1. d msen~tktsind it lattailr. caI~uit iheat
k tlot I M.

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.1 % 5 *:41il Att-Ir tiabiits. :-t'eval boit-
o iit 4 1111reI ely c ,'.1 #itf IIts4 trt oIAl Ill'.
I tla 08i..oi40 'SA ithiTflat' re'.!. lt thslat I
ci. ,' ~ 111.0 it t a o.. aIll tt':a ll -if atll
11I:4 .v. jFo .s :tle lit'
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Could I hut take Our Father at His word
That points with steadfast love to Hope's clear
star,
Fairer to me
This world would he
And sweeter than my dreams of heaven are.



How To


Gain Flesh

Persons have been known to

an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL-
SION. It is strange, but it often
happens.
Somehow the ounce produces
the pounds it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop-
erly, so that the patient is able
to digest and absorb hs ordinary
food, which he could not do be.
fore, and that is the way the gain
is made.
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if youhave
not got it you can get it by
taking





You will rmd it Wnut aMal lH ranma
as in winter, nd if ym we thriving upon
;t don't top became the weadr i wnm.
soc. and $t.oo. all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists New York.

E)jNTLEM Get the ew Tovel Liscovery


PIGEON MILK
INJECTION.
Cure- Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four dayv.
Its action is magical Prevents stricture. All
complete. To be carried ia vest pocket. Sure
,revertative. Sent by mall in plain package,
prtnaid. on receipt of price. St per box. three
lr -.; Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, F.a


JAPANESE


PILE CURE

A ni-w an.! coniplete trtatnert. coii-:'::i cf
Sippro-ltorie%. Capsutlec. of Oirtment anil two
.t- of a )ntment. A never failing cne for
S- oft rvtrv nature anil degree It inaktc a n
,,craiti.n w:ih the knife. %h'ich .s pai::' L. atnd
,fieln -tl i death calh. uintfn e.-a:rv I til-
Il't-v th:- te-r:!le disea-t. We pack a writ:t n
urtiiait-''t" :l i-ach ti .ox No crur. i?, Py. ,
.nd ": a >oX tor ;. Stilt '.yv niai: *. a 1:::p
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OINTMEN2T 2-U' AN D-VIC.
Cu edl lP',l- lrc..rnted.l
I tV5IlPTIO Japan e 'c Liver : th'
T C':i Vt vt auil =t'oniach r'i i torel 1T i :.d '! I
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'VIGOR 7)F MEN,


*h.it as Eminent Preacher Says.


tions of this kind, any quee:ioos in,
fact, on which new light can be:
thrown with advantage to human 1
welfare.
"I know of no question more per-
sistenty' put wrong than that of mar-
mi age, on the supposed authority of
Christ, who on all questions insisted
that whatever was for the good of
man, was right. What He may have
said in restriction of Jewish divorce,
at the will of the husband, has no
bearing on the question at large, none
whatever. What we most certainly
know is that his views were very
liberal. I have gathered materials
for a %olume of lecturers on this sub-
ject and shall do all that I possibly
can to defeat the efforts everywhere
being made to make marriage laws
even lIss liberal than they now are."
Prescriptions-Postottice Drug Store.
Working 24 Hours a Day.
There's no rest foa those tireless lit-
tie workers-Dr. Kitir's New Life
Pill-. Millions are always busy cur-
ing torpid liver, jaundice, lbiliousuess,
fever and ague. They banish sick
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, tast nice.
work wonders. Try them, -'*.- at
(arrett and (Gerig's. "
Could I But Trust.
The following tender lyric is from
the pen of Florence L. Tucker, of At-
lanta. It is entitled, "Could I But
Trust :"
Co:;id I 1but trut as little children do,
.Who lheltlered safe within their fathtr'- hoi:le
Spend the sweet day
In rosv 0oy away-
Knowing at night that his love will come.
Could I lut lay my tired heart, as when
To ever childish care and sorrow lost.
To mother 's breast
I crept for rest.
And knew not if the world were tempest to-t.


MACDOUFF


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IRON PIPES AND FIT-

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TIVATORS. ALLKINS'--

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COOKING STo'S)Es

HEATERS, GRANITE

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BOLTS. ROPES. PULLEYS,

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LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbdrd & Macduff,


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n.ug.0"itlls e4f 1l64-f .vtu 4:1'peak
%'.ea #A I ortitealt I I iat mia- hrmevret .
eiw j.ml at Owutidell.. act- ..! lift.- whia

fameio.i. a' I %rt t.a. I. tl rieac
foavi I ttasem's [*is# '- this 1112.
troeIII, satealth S1641ws *%.'a l tmmavite t~pli
-to ltie, aoneri tellra- a' 1 .1,'.. lFav'-
*- a -eta-l IN ."atseama I i' a .': t.0,41 ta it I
111*- 1-0e *1l114-0l1 O,! TItit-- I-:i ~t w%,I-
stasal.% eroitgas. that?%%I I r't. :w.Ate are
I-..-I I.tote .* *. s- vm -t -utirer.
la'-'ge- remril a''a1!1#c-- thle de-

a fl',asaa ~ urt-f- t.ivailt- %oeakn"es
esuoal noamrtatto ior i wsd~ ,te ft-vajaleeair-
call- afimatirl % fo'aall1 i41t. Wo P
mvete aslit- It&%,-' ift #''.e-!r hto-,* th :anrd
#.. *- I I slit It llkv#* i.e..-'Illaa.l..' eta-
&fa v teell'-11r'aco'ko'ul" 1 'hrIc .#- ieethisd
msean 1-u11%suae.Iffismae.


sliest Fargo


f a et'arfarmer a re- ~' a 'av
a htow c taurnisng 4Ut vrry iv-m.
Mi It. SI asi S m41s011JAVtne.'. aXiMi.
I 'hart. vte' lieimmr cek ain the' denur-
~asi vi 6 arwater. as &1--die0ICharlie
wodt MIstta itiLfutseauc. ivAtAum'..'

"v J .j Luffeiavaa ill I.,Aaii a new
riv aalt ptarps I- ,a Isat taciluw.
Mt% K H.ia Ltewrr and scam (Charlie'


thr ugh his second summer if I had
noit uied your powder'-. He is now
*-tr.'ri and well, and hias all his teeth.
I ,never allow an opportunity to pass
witht,'it rt-vm''nu teditig Te.tlhina to
mnothelr-. May tih. t~odl you have de tlll te teethillne
l,:ti-r thir.ou'h tlii- remedily.
1K -pctftlly.
AMl;". G I! ...

Home Made Brooms.
Mr W. E. VWilkins. of Candler. was
in a ;I ::t i*-t S:itulrdty with a wagon
lia, --f home insmae i br'.)n. The
'ai.e .wa- giow andl tih- l rooI)m- lamn-
uta<-tuiretl on hii pIlace at Caindler.
Tlh.y were in every way a- good ias
tht- imported article.
The incident i'Ake- i a iiisti- o-t in
our virosre,-. \VhIen ..i ma1-
ufac'tllre lroonlllt atll other -,ivuilar ar-
ticlet-.. can all surplu-i pir l'-l.'r-. -t -
feed tlltir own beeve-, .**ir' th :- ow,
meat. andl keel) the dllI:r- at home it
mneasI-a stepl in the l1ire.r ii of rich-s..
It i- the Ieginnitii of ,.-ttmer times.
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
lChatnlerlain's Pai l'.i, .*,.-lied
toi a c-ut, t.rui.e, burn, : ,'-{ like in-
jury will instantly allay thir pain and
will heal the parts in les1s time than
any other treatment. ntile,- the in-
jury is very severe it will not leave a
scar. Pain Italm alo, cure- rheuma-
tivml. sprainso, swelling and lalllnness.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
S tore. n
The Commerciel Department of the
East Florida Seminary.
Ofteri all the advantages of a first
ciass luiness college at tie least -x-
1llle.i of. time and money consitelnt
with thorough andl ,ractical traiingii
in the several courses oltffred. We
invite correiponudenve with parties in-
eredietl in any line of conlruercial
education or in securing the tervic"
of a bookkeeper, stenographer, or any
kind of otlice help. For particulars
in full address at Gainesville, Fla.
J. H. BRKt.NN,
Principal Commercial Department.
Florida Day at the Pan-Amerloan Ex-
position.


For Florida Day at the Pan-Amer-
ican Exlpsition round trip tickets
wall bIe on sale to Buffalo via the At-
lautic Cast Line from Ocala at rate of
S. 7-. Tickets to be sold September
7th to, I1th inclusive, limited to Octo-
ter %th. Quick schedules; finest ser-
vice. For sleeping car reservations
and any other information apply to
ticket agent, Plant System, or write to


F. E. Harris, the Ocala editor is
coming to thle front onil the ballot for
newspaper men. The contest is nowo
growing exiting, and the friends of
the quill pushers are sending in their
votes rapidly. The editor of the Ad-
vocate could not wait on the slow
motions of his friends, so he packed
his grip, last Saturday, sold all his
turnip, potatoes and pumpkins sent
him by subscribers, andt went to Buf-
falo on the strength of his own purse.


autYa otems. Fort MNoCo Items.
he* i..tvy ,f Wih.r I..... Ia-'ur J. L. Grantham, who has been
Wa- I, rr-.i n, 'i- .*-e -metehry here teaching a public school in Baker
fou W*A*l*--ay, Augu-t 2sth. The county for the last four months, has
fmewral *mr.vte were conducted byI returned home.
HSt. N St. Plummer. and a large con- Mrs. M. D. McQuaigand sister, Mim
c,,urs .-f pople attended. The young Flora Stevens went to Inglis last week
,man was ttweety-le years old, and to visit relatives.
at ltb time of his death was living at Constable John S. Grantham went
Alva, in lar county. He was most to Jacksonvile last Thursday to ar-
eaeplary in b h life, and was held In rest a negro.
e tbighest srtem by all who knew J. E. SteVens, who has been work-
him. ing for Kibler Bros., at Inglis, has re-
rotf. W. Wesley Smith and wife turned home. He will teach the pub-
have goe to (oeem, where Prof. Smith lie school at Key Pond, in this county,
will have ebrge of the ('oco school the coming term.
ftr wthe t sebolastic vear. Prof. It has rained here every day for
ai Mr. Mtmlth will be greatly mise- three weeks. Creeks and beaches
4ed I Aathony. are overflowing their banks, and
there is more water on the ground
T. P. Jaea., who hats been visiting than has been for years.
ie Hilltbars eonty for pleasure, will
oaw make a trip on business. He is vou KnOw What ou A re rakiag
grsetly impresed with the outlook When' you take Orove's Tastelesa
thebr for arangeyrowing and straw- Chill Tonic, because the formula is'
terry culture. plainly printed on every bottle, show-
J W. Howell, who has his residence tng that it is simply Iron and Qui-
destroyedI y fire ,me time ago, is re- nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
bhiiding *0a the same ite, a beautiful pay. 5'.
elevatHti is the eastern tlrt of town. Orange Springs Affairs.
Mr. It 4. Harrim, of Wyuoma. who, Mrs. Brinson and two children are
Ihas turt ll the ,la'e ,If T. A. IAmb, i visiting at Oxford.
i ler. aon a vnlit. :anwl ..towkinig up hi' Miss Bessie McKay returned to her
Ila'' home at Oxford last Friday.
a Fw.mas Cls Ce all. Miss Nettle Ranit gave a very enjoy-
I ltuc'k to, tuy engine. although ale birthday party on Saturday
v, ry ,,st sle-l.ln. and every nerve was. night
I nigh.
racked with in," writes (. W. Bell-ke i in town.
anav, a l,,.mdo:ive fireman, of Bur- J. eg, of L
lialgton. Iwas, "I was weak and Jale, I. A. Hendrix is spending a few
without any appetite and all run with friends at Johnson.
down. As I was about to give up, I The Ocala colony has broken camp
got a battle of Electric Bitters and, and returned home.
after taking it, I felt as well as I ever Thomas and Miss oTttie Townsend
did it my lite." Weak sickly run left last week for school at Abbevile,
dowa people always gain new life, Ga.
sategt aal vigor from their use. Professor Brinson left Monday
Try them. maUtstcatau guaranteed morning for his duties at Gainesville,
by tiratrt A ( *ars ftems. Seminary.
MU. M A. Rieh has returned from Nashville, Tenn., June 12, 1885.
a w L nuting at .t. Pete.rburg and Dr. C. J. Moffett, St. louis, Mo.-I
(lotawater. itbe had a delightful trip an truly say that your Teethina is
sad was much ileael with the places the greatest biessing to teething chil-
v ett.. i dren that the world has ever known.
Harve Iuuo Iunhas g.re t.. Myers to I have used it two years, and do not
tas- a iuttion. He was a clerk in like to be without a box all the time.
he .. str of M. Ile & C.. His My baby would hardly have lived


A lie-,ael liv-r l I-rlartI, itself by
nIloro -~,ei*, t ',t ',i #t 'pres, sic i, lack
o. *ner.. y* t .-e--. millelancholy
and (onstpl)Jtio:l Herbine will re-
s.ore the liver to a healthy coiiition.
Price -" cents. For sale by Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
'T .oughbredl Plymouth Rock
chickens for sale by Mrs. J. F. Wil-
lit ,-onI. Hens, $1, roosters, $2.50,
weihlt, from to S pounds each. Par-
ties wanting as many as five or ten
hens, 80 cents each. 8-30.1m
It in the market for Sheee fer
Men. Wemen'or C(ildren, call
on RheMiuaer dk (i. Shape
and prices are up-te-date.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxetive Bromo Quinine Tab-
leti, All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. (rove's sig-
nature is ovn ea-cl>h lox. 2.5'.
For Sale.
Strong mule; )yung, Igentle horse'
and good Iathier top surry, $175. Ap-
ply to Dr.J. wis, Irvinte postoffice,
Marion county. S-30-3t


FERRY-S
--


You
hasow what
you're planting
when you plant
4 Ferrs u on iy
besure. Take no chancm-
99 Ferrs. Dl& re, every.-
where sell them. Write
for 1901 Seed Annual-
mailed free.
.UN. FEI A Co..
*ls, in-.


TI


-THE GREAT


Via all rail


To
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To
The


EAST


Via S. P.


THROUGBf CAB UIN TiO p IDA.-


CONNBCTIONS:
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 & Ashville
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trans-
portation Company for Baltimore and Philn
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New Yo ,rk. Wa.h-
ington and Baltimore.


ToKey West and Havana.


Via Port Tamn ra and
The Peninsular and
(Ot-ideethl Steaml i hi
I omipai V.


Such independence is very commen-
dable, and should swell the press gen-
erally with pardonable pride! -In-
dian River Advocate.
White Cream Vermifuge is perfect-
ly harmless, and will remove every
worm. It is also a tonic, and by its
strengthening prqperities will restore
to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health.
Price25 cents. Forsale by Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. m
SA dispatch from Warsaw, N. C.,
says that before Mr. Flagler led his
bride to the altar, he placed in her
hands a check for $1,O000,I0N) and se-
curities valued at $3,00),0cIk. To the
father, mother and sister of his wife-
to-be he gave each a check for $S-j,-
INN) to signalize tlhejoy that had come
to him in the evening of his life.
You aray bridle the Hppetite, but
you canl not bribe the liver to do its
work well. You nniU.t ,'b honest 'ith
it, help it aloig a little now and then
with a dose of Herbine, the best liver
regulator. Price 5) cents. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
The special edition of the Religious
Digest for the benefit of the Christian
church of Jacksonville is out and is a
very creditable publication. It prints
a cut of the Christian church at Jack-
sonville as it will appear when it is
rebuilt. This church in Florida is
growing very rapidly.
As an external linament of most
wonderful penetrative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow Linament is
not equaled by any;other in the world.
Price 2' cents and 50 cents. For sale
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. D. C. Hull, ex-clerk of the cir-
cuit courtof Sumter county, was in
Ocala last Stturday, anl seems to Ie
enjoying very rugged health. He ex-
plained it by stating: that he is
"roughing it" at Oz-11l 'on the: gulf
And will continue to di,, s4) for some
months yet.
Mr. (;. B. Stillll a tueri.hant ,of
Topeks, Ill., writes: "Foley's Kidney
('ure i4. intini with wonderful sur-
case. It has curel some case- here
that lphysieians pronounced incurable.
My faee to lay is a living picture o(
health, aund Foley'- Kidneiy Cure has
madeitt suh." AAnti-Monopoly Drug
store. m
H. H. Mills, of ('edar, Key, mayor,
-tationa agent, expre-- a;genit, land in
' t t the "wi\holeuI ,hli" of that village,
wa. illn Iti:e ty .;SnV y.--(Gainesville
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DIRT LINE-QUICK TIME TO


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WASIUMTOK,
BALflMU[,

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ATLANT4,
BIRMIN6NAM,
CUATTANOPEMIP
MEMPHIS,
ST. LOuS,
KANSAS OTT,


mO OfH"R INEn A I =RVWE lE MWS


THE NEW YORK AND

FLORIDA LIIlTED
The Most LuxuriMs Trale I the Wornl. ExelNelve PIIn Eqipm
(Daily Except Sunday.)
Jacksonville to New York, only A8 bhr. St. Augustine to New York, oly sp Wa
AuO
TWE NEW YORK lLOM IA
And THE cIrrlu STAW T FA r1MI.


THE CHICXGO AND

FLORID SPECIAL
(Daily except Sunday.)
Superb Sei PoIllm Traln Threngh to ChimpN Wilhest er
Jacksonville to Chicago, only 31 hours. St. Augustine to Chicago, otny 32a hag
. 90 OI7O@IIATflfUD FLOROA M UII/T
7T 7OC IMyrU HMM AM MINMCl
Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullma Drawing-room Sleeping Can To
Coaches, Perfect Dining Car Service on all TraIu
Through Trains via Southern Railway are Oprated in Connection wk g
Plant System from J vack ille.

For Rates, Schedules and Information, call on or addi-m
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Via Boston and the Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steame nii Line.


Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale at all points on the Plant System to the principal mountaiit.
lake and seaside resorts throughout the country until September :4u. incluive.
limited to return until October 31.
Cheap excursion rates to BUFFALO, account Pan-Americat Exposition.
enabling passengers to visit Niagara Falls.
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned wil b lbe rally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or write to
7. JOLLY, Dir. Pau. Agt, 138 West Bay St. Jaeablfl. f1.
W.. D. AM, Uen'1 apt., ,. W. VBW, ass. Traet Up.
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WHEREAS, H. C. ONES HAS PRESENTED
to me tax certificates No. 4S2. 1484. sale ot
August 7. is%. covering the following laad in
Marion county. Florida. to-wit: Southeast quar-
ter of southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and northeast quarter of northwest quarter of
southeast quarter. section 23. township 15. range
21. and lot 2, or southeast quarter of northwest
quarter of northeast quarter. section 23. town-
-hip z. south, range 21, east. and upon said cer-
tificates 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 13. 1901.
[Seal S. T. SISTRUNK,
-16 Clerk Circuit Court.


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned. a- administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
19pt Day of October, A D., 1go9,
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his adminastratorship of -aid estate.
in accordance with the law in such cases made
and provided.
This igth April, A. D. 19o1.
CHARLES i. WHITE. Admr..
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
creditors. legatees and distrnbutees 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. iy wpostoffice address .s Mclntosh. Flor-
ida. July 26th. 190!.
W. E. ALLEN
Adlmini-trator with Will Annexed of the Es-
tate of Mary Elaza Keep. Deceased.
W. S. BULLOCK. -.2.9t
Atty. for Administrator.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


WHEREAS. PHILIP (RAHAM HAS PRE-
W sented to me tax certificate No 1446, sale of
August -th. a199. covering the following land in
Marion county, Florida. to-wit: s 2-5 of lot 21 sub
of net, of ne!' sec 13, twp i5 s. range 21 e. and
upon said certificate has demanded from me a
tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration af 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 S. ,. T.
*Sea!) S T. SISTRUNK,
'' Clerk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


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guarantee superior to any sold
ounth awd thereby save
money.

09tv and warerooms. King oppoaltp Cannoc
street.

CHARLE8TON, 8. C.

TAX DEED NOTICE

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W WHEREAS, J. M. LIDDELI. HAS VRE-
sented to me Tax Certificate No. 2 ,o and
:<.. sale of August 7th.; -. covering the fol-
%owing land in Marion county. Florida. to wit
t:e:. of nw: secu. and n': o lot 2. hik I. sub of
v'n, ~Santos. sec 1o ttwp range 22 and upon
sa:d certificate has dtt:. ded from me a tax
deed
Therefore. after the ex, ation of thirty days
from the date of this noti unless redeemed it
s my intention to issue : t deed to the said
land..
Dated August K ijt.
,Seal) i'. SISTRUNK.
c- k Iircuit Court.


TAX DEED N FICE.

WHEREAS. F. B TURNER -S PRESENT-
ed to me Tax Certifiate No :9. 2615. sale of
August -th. i0-9. covering the f.." owing land an
Marnon county. Florida. to wit: ia rthwest quar-
ter of southwest quarter. section -. township
17 range o east. southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and east three fourths of soutn half of
northeast quarter of northwest quarter. section
iS. township r7. south range 21 east. less one
acre also southeast quarter of northeast quarter
and northwest quarter of southwest quarter.
se-tion 3 township 17. south range aI east, and
upon sid 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 3o. :90o.
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court


TAX:DEED NOTICE.


W WHEREAS. A. L. ROSS HAS PRESENTED
to me Tax Certificate No. 2553. sale of Aug-
ust 7th. 1590. covering the following lands in
Marion county Florida. to wit: That part of
southwest quarter of southwest quarter north of
Withlacoochee rivet', section 19. township 17.
south range 25 east. and upon 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 -3. I9:.
Seal) S. T. SISTRUNX.
Clerk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE.

W WHEREAS. G J JOHNS HAS PRESENT-
to me Tax Certificate No. 262 sale of Au
gust 7th, 1,99. covering the following land in
Varion County. Florida. to w;t: wL of sw% sec
7, tp 17, s r 2 e.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 intention to issue a tax deed to the
said lands.
Dated August 1o. 1 oo. S. T. SISTRUNK.
-stt. Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court.


TAX DEED NOTICE


WHEREAS JOHN W. ROBINSON HAS
presented to mt tax certificate No. 1,41.t
sale of August -th. i:-,. covering the foilowirg
land in Marion county. Florida, to-wit: Com at a
pt :: y vd n of sw cor ofse of se'. sec 2. tp Is.
%r 20. e thence n i',- Vyes. e 2c"s yds, s 110'
yv', w .20 vds-s5 *- acres, and upon said certifi-
cate has tImanded from me a tax deed
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty dave
t-Im the date of this notice, unless redeemed. it
i- my intention to i--ue a tax deed to the said
lan's
l)atcd Aug. 3.: Ct.
s.eat S. T. I ; Clerk Circuit Court.


COMMISSIONER S SALE NOTICE.

T NiEKR AND nY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN
orderr g-anted on the 2-th i'av of March A.
ID.: :. bv the Hin Rcbert Bu;lock a.s county
;i.,. in and for Mar:,un cou;:tv state of Florida.
-i n.: matter, ot th'e -tate f MAI.RTHA JONE'.
tI c'a-t!. I the under-ig::ed ,Iu:.y aPwiinted ?-
cl :::i--i .ttr therein, hcreby giv-e notice that.
S- '..! ...; "' .4. D ; ,':
':*:'..t: : lth 'ot0>;r' uo : :a n ru and ni. the
- .t el ,a.*r... :he i*st: M,-:t.'v :i ?-said nlta. I
ui. : : : ',ic auction, t
the ; -t h.i..er f' r c -h. :I :; I:
vl the ,o,;h ..- 't t!:e c. rt hou-c at Oc:I;a,
h. : v:r dr-c:i :' e rc.: pr"Ou erty a-the pr,;-
.- v !I f:et s-h:i;;.-ol MArth.a Jorine at the tmnie
S rth. ai;i: .caitred i:i Mari.on ccuuty.
: '-: :. vi, .Lot le'tred c(, on that nma:, or
S: a e T R'i.ckar;s o Jo-e,; Ca.A-
;, _,,,, .' ;. f .\( 1^ i: .-:r- 7 !Traft.- sai

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Tinse Table No. 3-5. In Effect -%ept. 1, 1901.

R BOUND ,R Rod Dm. i (RRead Up) NORTH BOUND.
S ft. 11%,N,0-.1i N o.;b ANO.&INo.l 1!
Daily Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily'Dailyl

5 ON l 'aV .......Jaeck.nvaile Ar 7 IP af.... W
5 It.,le -a So.- Jao'k-enville- .. Li- v 8-5&
6 15I-* S!........ A.. m atne ..... 5......Wi1040 0
6 461P11J4-.~Has.tia ..... 514? 7158
..;' -, Eu--t Palatk ....... 4 66.i tU00'
4 .eoga .......... 419a i:Pot 6
7.4. 1 bu. bn uls ... 40r,15 61
-Dupont ....... 400p 607a ....
,M jp I ip; Ormond.......... ...385pA
6bfpt 1 ..p. Dayt...a L ~p sej.
f 6uy 1PP, ........ na .... 81lbQl......
Sg 14-u p ......... Port orange B ib2( 5202 5 t
53% p?(p -New bmyrnm 5a ~b2PN"
65% 2 xV' ..... ..OakHrlll ... tJp O2aui
641 p30" -p;Tituaville1... 5 I ow I pi
842pI ... Cocoa ....... II
S 34pi". cklefdge Junction... 1I4; 'i
4 lgp.. ...........' EaullmUlle .... ... 1p ... 1 126
42 *' 25Melbourne .........12Olompouc
5..'sgI....s.L~c..... Ili- ..... 6p ........... Sebasi~m ............ 1;...... ...... m O
'is8 St. Lucise......... 41 la;...........'
.. .. ... 6 Forthiere........- 0a.. .. 1
6. ... ap:...... .. TEb& .. ....... 19 ft! ........... #C

Sp6 Jensen ........O.... 10 3ft! .. .P
.. .... f; .6 ........ .... ITC1391" '10 ro a l .. ..-.... Sd~
/ I ~ ~ a pnl~6 .. ........1 ~1Q
~ ~.. gStuwt.. El~ao .. ........ lu l~ai .. .. ..
7d l- !p ..... ..Ro Sun. .
......p. .W t Jupiter. ..
S...pWe -st PalmBeach..I
-boy'aton .......
880P ~Delray. ..2a
9 15p,:. ...... Fort Lauderdale. -. I 9......
...... 957po, Lemon City6"
10 05V~r Miami Lv 6 4&u'


Buffet. Parlor Cars os rains 35 and 78.
No.Xl No.lfNo.17 :No.15. No.lbjNo.lWNo.0
Sound &Sud Drily Daily M AYPORT BRANCH. Daily;Ditr y Sun
Oaly Only, ex U i Oly __
200p 100a H15r a 8W Lv ...Jack,-onville ....... Ari 7 p! 54p 1230 ...:.
Wp 1018, 628p. 8 a; .. ...So. Jack.nvill... .... 7 37a 5p ISp ....
240p 50 a 910al ....... Pablo Beach ....... .... 70a 50p: ....
245p 105m 7Op 9 tIS; ... Atlantic Beach ........ 7 00 Op D 5 0p1 i4a
(Lb '1 1(n 1.5ln 90aAr .Maynvrt Lv 6 45i 4 ll -.....
., *... .0.O w.i iPALATKA RA.,..CH i .c. ..ttll
Daily Daily Daily Daiy Daily DailyDLATail Daily Daily alyDaUi i Daily
73Lp t6 p 435p12a)pll11a 63&ajLv .Palatka Ar 6:a 7a 12a 2p 1 1302 65pr 7P
750p, i.1p 4 -pl12. Opll1 a 6.-5aAr East Palatka..Lv fl14h 70ola 12It1p 1Op: 5(p1 ;P
NO.5 No5 .4 SAN MATEO BRANCH. D yDady
Daily Daily .. .. ....
Ip 5aia Lv -.. K-t Palatka Ar *Lr 8 9p
8l 15pa5 A r San Mateo LLv154 5&.
o. No. 2 1No.11. s~ot
ai. ORANGE CITY Daily ily SANFORD BRANCH. iDan
Daily BRANCH. Su.l.8;! i zxz" br
.W.SSu Ezu
.4 lop Lv ..New 8vmr a. Ar 64pIi 7t0 Lv .. .......Titnerille .........Ar l p
421p .Lake Ielen .. ..Lv 5A p I a"............. Mimes ..............Lv I Wp
4Pp ...Or angeCi ... 5 14PI 8:3a .Ost.. ............... 11
4 a4p Ar Orange CityJe. ...." i0p i 8a& ... ... Enterprise......... "U 1130
S9.0t 6Ar............. i|anford "11 I

These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive ad depart
Lrom the several rations, but their rival or departure at the times stated is not graa-
seed. nor does the Campny hold itself reeponsable for any delay or any oom quwness art
ing therefrom.


Leave Miami Mondays and Fridays .10 0pm Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays....1 -m
Arrive Key West Tes. and Saturdays. 00 pm Arrive Key West Weds. an Sat...... 6
Leave Key West Tue,. and Sundays... 7 W pm Leve Key West Thus ad Sms .. 4 pm
Arrive Havana Wed<. and Mondays 5 am Arrive Miami Fridays and Medayms ... 8
For copy of local time card address any Agent.
f. RAH E.NO Ast. P A a t. s T. A A TIAnm. L


NOTICE [ W tt aNT WoTrAT rfij fK PERMIT H


N OTICEJS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 'UNDER
and by virtue of a final decree rendered by
the Hn. W. A Hocker thejudge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for Maron county, in chancery, on the 26th
day of August. A. bD 90o. in a certain cause
pending n said court, wherein D. C W. Smith
is complainant and samuel W. Teague and
others are defendants, the undermigned. named
and appointed as special master to execute the
same. will on
Monday- trh 7th da' of Octobe, A. D. polt.
during the legal hours of sale, in front of the
south door of the court house in (cala. Florida.
offer for sale and will sell to the highest and'
best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises
therein described, as follows to wit:
All that lot of land lying in the town of Ocala.
Marion county. Florida. and more particularly
described as follows viz:
Beginning at the northeast corner of lot No. r
of block No .. 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 neces.-ary to satis-
fv ,i(l decree and costs. TULIS E. BIGGS
ANDERSON & HACKER. Special Master.
So.'ctor, to0r Complainant. '3o


'TAX DEED NOTICE.

HE-:R)A-. W. (; MEIEGGS HIAS PRESENT-
e,. to mne Tax Cert.ficate No. i. 2 3.7 o aid
23. sale ot Au-A-it 7th. i',7 covering the follcw-
ing land in Marion co.unty. Florida to wit:South
half of northeast quarter: northwest quarter of
suthwet quarter ouheat rterohea ter le-. that
part entered a- *ratngre tsprngs west of Spnng
street. :in -ecti.n .2? an-d northwest quarter of
north ast ,.-Iarter of northeast quarter section
R3. a.L :n t wnshi; :. -' rh. range 23 east. and
lot ;;cck rar-- w-- of Spring street auni
'.out!: c4 Ms:a= -tr-.t Ortniiz springs and upon
sail cer.-::iat ha- d--.an'ied from me a tax
deed.
.'ho:ro're afte-r tr r\e.iratitn of thirty days
fr.,m t; dait- of t : n.:!.-i. unless redeemed,
it i- 'm :ntett;un to .*--:ea tax deed to the -aid
Tan'!-
Hate, ,, u.-t -I :
a: T SITRU'NK.
-;: Clerk Circuit Coutrt.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


"If- KA-. W :0 ATTJHFXV-HAS P1F-I

~ N .-a",i Cel.a~

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TAX CEEC NOTICE.


John P. iSaD*,Wa tmm titWElh the eager
County C emiia r-ot .Malnc .
in the state of Florida. his application for a
permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in Klecdio
District No. i of said county and state; that
such application will be acted upon by the saMd
board of county commissioners at their next
regular meeting, which will be held on the
I,t ,llopndav rn Qcti,-r, A. D. 9o1.
at to o'clock in the a. m. of the said day. and
the hoard herebY calls on any citizen of such
election district who may desire to do so.to thow
cause, if any there he. at the said next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit shall
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Boardof County Con-.minivAn-
ers of Marion county. Florida
This the :3th day of August. 4 D. 190.o
H. W LONt;.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Attest:
S. T. SISTR'NK
Clerk. &a6




;n ;he Circuit Court. Marion County. Florida.
Fifth Judicial Circu:t-In Chancery
Enoch W. Agnew. Complainant, vs. Hibbert B.
Alasters. et al.. Defendants.
T I-, ORDERED THAT H. B. MASTERS BE
and he is hereby required to appear to the
>ill in this cause on
Monda the 7'th dan of October, A. D., qo.
It is further ordered that this order be pub-
lishetl once a week for :our con-ecutive weeks
in Iha Ocala Banner.
This August 9th. : co
St.al I S. T. SISTRt'NK.
Clerk Circuit Court.
H. L. ANDERRSON,
Complarnant s solicitor.
A true copy.
Attest S. T. .ISTRUNK. Clerk.
-2: By H. C. ISTRUNK, D.C.


TAX DEEE NOTICE.


* :


W HEREA'-. W. J. HOGAN HAS PRESENT-
t- l, t.me Tax Lerti-catc No. (oi of August
-th -. c ve-nut thit- t: .-wing land in Marion
c., latv. F!oridla to wi: es*t hzlf of sou'hcast
(-.-a:tr -,C -e t:ol':Town-;: :3. south, range 2a
I-3t an:i- :I;'o sa cet-t:ricate has demanded
1":*L i 11;' ,H ut-x decd.
TI. -', te-. a-:teT- t-c xrirat:onof thirty days
rom i':-:- ..:- : th. -n -:.- unless redeemeld.
t :- -: :':t::.::.i to :--u- a tax deed to the said
e'tt"-. 1, .'. -t : :.:'. -.T S'ISTRUNK.
-: e: C'erk CircuitCourt.


TAX DEED NOTICE


SFlorida Agricultural College

LAKE CITY. FLA.


EIGHTEENTH YEAR---BEGIIIIIG SEPTEMBER 30sN. 1901.


Four cour-~s ,f lour yearns, in Agriculture, Mebhanical Eu-
gineeritig, LIiin-S.:-ieunc, .'ClaSeis. One. year's course in huri-
tnes-: .Stjograjphy. Typ-ewritiug and Telegraphy. A prepara-
tory course of oue or two years, as required, for those wishing to
prepare for the college. Po1it-Graduate courses are alsooffered.
Youug mren under military. lisiplioe. Young women unler
refinir, houe influences at Foster Hall. Finue modern buildings
aud fir.: cl,*s equipment. Tuition free to Florida students.
Other expense very mall. For catalogue addrewt
T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E, Ph. D, PrelMem.


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J ake, our buyer is now in New York, and before
Smainy days we will have new goods rolling in by the
car load. We'll tell you about them when they be-
| gin to arrive. Watch this page carefully.

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Don't you know that tea is the most mild and gentle stimulant have ? "
I1 Some .,ay tei-drinking is injurious. This is only so .h, -n interior grade of tea is used. We have never Iiown
^' i^B a good Tea properly made to harm an;, one. On the co::.- v. *.e modern physician says it is beneficial. ""
i,-If you would have a tea that has been raised i: t::e fn e of h wor.d. a tea that has been carefully
^. ^y ~cured, a tea that has been packed in a mot: e":e"t:.c and .. en;c maner. a tea that when it reaches the consumer
^- ly ~ ~ is absolutely pure. then buy one of Cha3e & Siab.bor:i's Pa ,;Te-. ~.e. .o. r. th.e consumer in pound and half-
Spound air-tight leaded forms. Thus p .--: e no ; intact with the a:r.
II The Koh i-noor appeals to the : .. .. : .. ; ,1. *..: : e; a;;o remarkable on account
II of its delicate i'ac flavor. while t: '. i: -.. v. ta Tea. it is noted for its
rich. w .ne .~e d,'.
l~- i~t. ',: PounrJ ^ : .,, Te Aill : 3ke o,,r : 2 ups.
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