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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 13, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff,
is In south Florida taking options on
the coming orange crop.
Mr. Sandford Jewet returned to Anu-
bun. Ala., Sunday where he will
Galnsh his two years course.
Rev. W. H. Coleman and family
left ast Wednesday for Iowa, where
they will permanently reside.
The Sea Board Air Line will run a
ebeap exczuilon to Fernandina Mon-
day night. Fare from Ocala $1.
W'.I. B rdle or ( oset 01.00,
at Ihe4nmou ak IL W.
Mr. Samuel Spengler, of Baltimore,
spent several days the early part of
the week with Mr. M. C. Dosh and
family.
Mr. J. J. Gerig, the popular pro-
prietor of the Pw etofflee Drug Store,
made a t'u-ite trip to Jacksonville
Monday.
We niUst have the room now o'ccu-
Plied ly our -hoe department, conse-
qu1eitlvy are .l'o-ing obut the entire line
at you r pri'e.
Mir. and Mr-. C. C. Rlawls, of Elm-
1144". are iln Huffalo helping to repre-
't*nt Marion county at the Pan-Amer-
iwtau's Florida day.
I Iaer-. o|eii and Ipil*, quickly cured by Banner
salve, the most healing remedy in the
worull. Anti.Monopoly Drug Store.m
lion. lL. A. Burford and children,
Iobert and Mary, returned Monday
from b ix zo Spring, Tenn., where
they have been spending the summer.
Mr. J. J. ltierman, who for the past
three months has been visiting at his
old home in Paris, returned last Wed-
iesday. He says hlie had a most de-
delightful time.
Dr. A. L. Izlar, wife and little son,
returned from a trip to South Caro-
lina Wednesday morning. Dr. Izlar
had Ieen gone but a few days and
Mrs. Izlar has been gone all summer.
When you want a pleasant physic
try the new remedy, Chamberlain's
Sitoumach and Liver Tablets. They
are ea-y to take and pleasant in effect.
Pri'e *.' Icents.. Sold by Anti-Monop-
oly Drug Stor-. m
Mr. C. i.. Hittincer and family left
Tuesday night for their old home in
P'eiinul vania. They will visit the
l'an-Amtericant exposition before re-
turning hto Oeala.
Ia In lhe market lor Shoes for
Men. U omenm'r Children, call
* Rihelmamer ,A ('*. Shape
and prk*rm are up-te-date.
The O.-als board of trade is already
making arrangements for the enter-
tainmieit of the state teachers' asso-
ciation which meets in this city some
time in December.
The most delicate constitution can
f.atly use Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
it is a nure and pleasant remedy for
coughs, lom o' voice, and all throat
and lung troubles. Price 2 and 50
cent.. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Hon. H. W. Long is already busy
gettiug u| exhibits for the state fair.


Mr. Gus Morton, of Eve, was in
Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. John Vogt and children are
now living at High Springs.
Mr. John N. C. Stockton, of Jack-


sonville, is visiting Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson, of Flo-
ral City, are visiting in Oeala.
Mrs. James B. Carlisle and children
are visiting at Lake Weir for a few
weeks.
C. V. McCoy, the colored barber, is
back from Chicago. He may open a
shop here.
Hon. John. G. Reardon has bought
the Dr. Marean residence from Rev.
W. H. Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson are vis-
iting New York and the Pan-Ameri-
can exposition at Buffalo.
Mr. John D. Robertson and Mr.
Will Hocker have been visiting in
Citrus county this week.
During the absence of Mr. Frank
Watson Mr. Chester Finch is holding
down his desk at the Commercial
Bank.
Mrs. George Maughs, who has
been spending some weeks at Clear-
water and St. Petersburg, has return-
ed home.
An oil company has been formed at
Carrabelle and boring for a gusher has
actually begun. The Ocala investors
should get a humpon them.
J. M. Benton, wife and children,
left Thursday for Americus, Ga., to
visit relatives. Before their return to
Ocala they will visit the Bufllo ex-
position.
If you want canaries pure buy of
Mrs. J. F. Williamson. Males, $2.50,
females, $1.50, or $3.50 per pair. I
have between 75 and 100 for sale.
8-30-lm. ___
News reaches this office of the mar-
riage of Capt. James Cribbett, of Lar-
go, formerly of this county. Capt.
Cribbett has a host of friends in this
county who join us in good wishes.
Miss McKean and Mr. Hauner
Welsh were married -last Tuesday at
Sarasota, Fla., the home of the bride.
Miss McKean spent the past winter
in Ocala with her brother and has
hosts of friends here who extend best
wishes.
S. A. Standley, Ocala's dealers in
horses and mules, bought twenty-
eight head of mules here Monday of
L. F. Howell & Co., and shipped them
to Ocala. Mr. Standley was here him-
self and superintended loading them
on the car.-Inverness Chronicle.
Schooeel hoes a peelalty at
Rheinaner & Co's.


Misses Mary and Rebecca Anderson
and Mr. Clifford Anderson, after
spending the summer months in Ocala
with their parents, have returned to
Virginia to resume their studies at
their respective schools, Randolph-
Macon's Woman College, at Lynch-
burg and the University of Virginia.
The Misses Sharpe announce the
opening of their school at the same
location on Ft. King avenue, on Mon-
day, October 7, 1901. It is earnestly
requested that all pupils will be en-
entered as near the beginning of the
school term as possible. For full par-
ticulars address Miss Annie M. Sharpe,
postoffice box 532, Ocala, Florida. 913td
Tcethina was first used by Dr. Char-
les J. Moffett, a graduate of Jefferson
Medical Collegh, Philadelphia, Penn.,
in his extensive treatment of children
in Georgia in overcoming the troubles
incident to teething and hot summers.
Teethina (Teething Powders) counter-
acts the effect of hot weather and
keeps the digestive organs in a healthy
condition, and has saved the lives of
thousands of children in the doctor's
native state, where physicians pre-
scribe and all mothers give it, and it
is criminal in mothers of our section
to allow their babies and little child-
ren to sgffer and perhaps die when re-
lief can be so easily obtained by giv-
ing Teethina. It costs only 25 cents
at druggists: or mail 25 cents to C. J.
Moffett, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Tyd-
ings & Co._
From the eala Evening Star of
April at, sIn1.


He says that Marion county shall have "We are indepted to Mr. George
frst prize and continue to be known Close for the finest cabbage and lettuce
aso the banner county of Florida. we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Chas. Reploge, of Atwar, 0., was Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
Unable t work on account of kidney and one of the most sUCeessful tracker
U nable to W- orko co tofkidney #-1&- ..A mtlan h mne a &t an n &nd


Mr. A. S. J. McKinny, one of Mar-
ion's most progressive citizens, came
up Monday from Stanton, and did
not fail to call and make provisions
for a continuance of the Banner's
weekly visits. He will shortly leave
for Lakeland.

Mr. G. B. Stillman, a merchant of
Topeka, Ill., writes: "Foley's Kidney
Cure is meeting with wonderful snc-
cesee. It has cured some cases here
that physicians pronounced incurable.
My face today is a living picture of
health, and Foley's KidneylCure has
made It such." Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Matting, Iee Cartalms, BaUgs
and Shades at RheItamer *
Cob'. Agents ebr standard Pat-

The following teachers have been
appointed by Superintendent Carn to
fill all vacancies In the schools of the
county: Blitchton, Mrs. Z. Brantley;
Fellowship, Miss Florence Miller, Mrs.
Claude Stevens; Reddick, Mr. Wm.
B. Lawton, Miss Emma Scott; Orange
Lake, Miss Marie Williams; Central,
Miss Mettle Hendricks, Miss Nellie
Lyles; Citra, Mr. J. F. Harrell, Mr. J.
P. Moore; Orange Springs, Miss Sarah
R Bull; Moss Bluff, Mrs. Sarah Wat-
erman.

To put the brake on a wagon going
down hill is a help to the horse, when
the wagon is heavily loaded. But
what driver would think of applying
the brake to a loaded wagon going up
hill? If he did, his sensible horse
would probably balk. Many a man
is in the condition of pulling a load
up hill with the brake set against him.
When his stomach is out :of order,
and the allied organs of digestion and
nutrition impaired in their functions,
a friction is set up which has tol be
overcome in addition to the regular
performance of daily duties. A foul
stomach makes a foggy brain, and
the man with a disordered stomach
has often to grope his way through
the day's business like a man in a fog.
He forgets appointments. Problems
seem presented to his mind "wrong
end to." This condition is entirely
remedied by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It puts
the stomach and digestive and nutri-
tive system into a condition of per-
fect health, and gives a clearly brain, a
a steady hand and a light step for the
day's duties. When constipation clogs
the channels of the body, Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets will work an effectual
cure for that disastrous disease.


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Mahlon Gore, of Orlando, filed the
first homestead application under the
homestead law and he lacks a good
deal of being a Methuseleh. He was
then living in Iowa. The date of his
application was January 1, 1863.
"I had a running sore on my leg
for seven years," writes Mrs. Jam.
Forest, of Clopewa, Falls, Wis. "ad
spent hundreds of dollars in trying to
get it healed. Two boxes of hBaner
Salve entirely cared it". Beware of
substitutes. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 2

OCALA 1'UUUPmfl



A Few Bargals
While They hutm
One large Cabinet Oran, first
class order................100 00
One Standard Blue Flame* 1Oil
Stove, two burners, with
oven, only................. 600
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, no
oven ......................... 4 50
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
Stove, new, two burners,
no oven ........................ '.7 75
One chest Carpenter's Tools,
complete, a big bargain at 45 00
Lot new Hat Racks, $4.25 to 15 00
Lat Mowing Scythes, cheap.
We have always on hand
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in new and second hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will do well to call on
us.
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Vlee-Presideat, Cabinet and Members
of ils Family Mastily Summoned
to the Sedside-Private Seers-
tary Certelyeu Says: "Pre-
pare for the Worst!"


As we go to press the following bul-
letine have been posted:
Buffalo, N. Y. Sept. 13.-Alarming
e bang for worse. Hanna, Roosevelt,
cabinet and relatives hastily summon-
ed to President's bedside.
Two emergency operations.
;;:4(0 A. M.
Cortelyou, the President's private
secretary, says prepare for the worst.
The President conscious but sinking


rapidly.


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Physicians worked over President
up to one hour ago.
Heart responds slowly.
tATER.
The President has rallied but much
exhausted.
He in under forced sleep.
Extreme danger point passed for
the present.

The steel strike is about ended.
J. aK. Spottswood has %et afloat a
new political joke.
Col. Frank, Phillips, of Marianna,
Is dangerously 111.
Mr. B. K. Thrower, of Gainesville,
to a visitor to the city.
KFAa Goldman hap been arrested
and is held without bail.
The Schley court of inquiry is as-
sembling in Washington.
RHe. J. H. T. Bynum, of Live Oak,
has lobt his residence by fire.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Teague are
baesk fto their honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sinclair have
returned from a visit to Alabama.
Theoe bullets from Czolgosz's pistol
have wonderfully increased President
McKinley's popularity.
The UmMbler 9hew for 5.00,
she beat em the market. at
bntmlauwr Ce's..
Jacksonville is the busiest city in
the south. The work of rebuilding is
going on day acd night.
Mrs. E. P. Thagard and children re-
tUrned from a several weeks "outing"
at St. Augu'tlue yesterday.
Ir. It. B. Borroughs, of Jacksonville,
lied at Norforlk, Va., Wednesday.
He was a brave Confederade soldier
a:d well known thbrourhout the state.
Mr. J. M. Collins, an old confeder-
ate soldier and citizen of this county,
has fought his last battle and life's
fitfutl fever i% o'er. He died Wednes-
day.
A grade book for the Marion county
school, prepared by Superintendent
t(rn, has just been printed in the job
department of this office. It will be
of great he!p to teachers.
H. B. Masters will try the virtue in
advertising during the approaching
fall and winter season. If there is
virtue in it ie expects to reap a big
barvest. His stock and his prices will
back up his efforts.
As an external linament of most
wonderful penetrative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow Linament is
not equaled tby any other in the world.
Price :' cents and 5": cents. For sale
by AntI.Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. Rotbert J. Marshall, father of
Mrs. (Gra!/ McDvid, and hlius.l'and of
Mrs. Annie Ricardo Marshall, died at
his home near Fort King last Tuesday.
andi was buried at Sprintg Park. He
a- al,'ut seventy years of age.
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3,'u eatn not ltrii. Lhe liver to ilo its


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A 11EW STATE FAIR PRESIDENT.

Gee. W. Wilson Resigns and S. I
Saitskill is his Sucessor.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
A Metropolis reporter, learning thi
there had been some importal
changes in the executive department
of the state fair association, called o
Mr. Geo. W. Wilion, the principle
promoter of the fair, and its presided
since last March.
In reply to the inquiry as to th
changes, Mr. Wilson said:
"Yes. There have been seven
changes. In March, when the am
elation was organized, I was eleets
president agaiMnst my protest, an
against my repeated appeals to be r
lieved of this work, because this, con
bined with my many other dutie
would be more than one man could
possibly stand physically or mental]
but the gentlemen composing the o
ganization insisted I should serve,
least until all the many department
that go to make a state fair could I
thoroughly systematized and organ i
ed, and that from the nature of my pa
experience in such matters, the pre
sure was more than I could, in justice
to the fair, resist. For f>ur months
was comparatively alone in the pr
liminary work, until Maj. Healy cam
to headquarters as general manage
to relieve me of details. For sever
months we have worked together, ui
til now the organisation is on a sound
footing, and all the many links ai
well welded, and I feel that I should
be relieved of the exacting work ii
eident to the last days prior to opei
juing the fair, and feeling this way,
called the executive committee t
gether for the purpose of asking it I
take from my shoulders the response
ability of president, which they kind
did by electing Mr. 8. H. Gaitskill,
Marion county, president."
WHO MR. GAITSKILL 1N.
"Mr. Gaitskill is a stranger in publ
life in Florida, and what do you kno
of him, Mr. Wilson?" inquired th


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"Mr. Gaitskill," was the reply, "was
my neighbor for many years when I
lived in Marion county, and: I know
him to be a man of sterling qualities,
worthy of every confidence. He is a
man of unusually strong executive
ability that will develop into strength
as he gains experience. He is a fel-
low Kentuckian, and we have enjoy.
ed the warmest friendship during the
years that he has been in Florida. He
is a farmer of long experience and
just suited to preside over an agricul-
tural fair."


Wellinagtn Expelled From
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A telegram from Baltimore states
that a meeting of the board of gover-
norof the Union League of Maryland,
resolutions were adopted expelling
Senator George L. Wellington from
membership in the organization. The
resolutions, after referring to the at-
tempted assassination of President
McKinley by Czolgosz, state that "the
people of Maryland have learned with
shame and loathing that George L.
Wellington, a representative of this
state in the senate of the luited
States, has counteracted the act of
this traitor to his country and enemy
of mankind by repeated and public |
expressions of indifference to the act
or its results."
The resolution ordered that the sen-
ator be expelled in consequence of
t htse statements.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great
Favorite.
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a great favorite with people
everywhere. It is especially prized
by mothers of small children for colds
croup and whooping cough, as it al-
ways affords 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 Card.
I take this means of expressing my
heartfelt thanks to all my friends and
neighbors, near and far, who so tire-
lessly searched the woods for a day
and a night for my lost child, and
finally recovered her body from the
lake where she lost her life. I shall al-
ways remember their labors as a bright
light in the darkness of my affliction.
MRS. SARAHl J. BUCKLEY.
WVirsdale, Sept. 12, 1901.

Prices Adopted by Turpentine Men.
At the recent convention in Jack-
sonville the following scale of prices
waq adopted: Chippling, S23 for loi,.i'>
boxes, and no rations; raking trees,
2*1 to 25 cents; h,.rse, wagon and driv-
er, -I'; to S'Ol; dipping. 33 1 3 cents


before.
May we all be ready when the sum-
mons come to us to join her in that
bright world "beyond the sunset's
radient glow."
Third, That a copy of these reso-
Irtions be sent to her mother, a copy
to the Ocala Banner for publication,
and that a copy be filed for record in
our minute book.
Adopted September 6, 1901.
MRs. E. M. HoWARD,
MRS. C. A. LIDDON,
MRS. F. R. GARY,
Committee.
To Core a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c. i
Married.
Mr. Fred C. Alworth, well known
in this city, was married last Tuesday
to Miss Mattie Lou Sutherland, at
Longstreet, Ga. Mr. Alworth was for
a long time connected with the Plant
System in this city and was the senior
partner of F. C. Alworth & Co., own-
ers and proprietors of the Postoffice
Drug store. Mrs. Alworth is a lady of
charming manners and person. They
will live at Live Oak.
A Little Known Fact.
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
Bera.
At Nutley, N. J., on September 8,
to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert R. Living-
ston, a son. Mr. Livingston has a
winter home, Palmetto Lodge, south-
west of Ocala.


Special trainfU wi av ... -
m. Fare round trip, $1. and propor-
tionally low rates from other points
in Florida.
For further inform tiou call on or
address, Albert Gerig, agent, Oeala;
F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville;
W. V. Lifsey, D. P A., Tampa.
For Sale.
Ten thousand strawberry plants;
fine variety. September in the best
time for planting. Address Mrs. J.
F. Williamson, Ocala, Fla. 8-30-2t
:** 5 Oakh Soitmb Waoted.
Must be ia good horsesboer and a
first class blacksmith. Apply, F. E.
Matthews, Ocala, Fla. tf


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My breeding stock are direct from
Ohio and Tennessee, are Pare Bred
and Exeallent Layers. Eggs for
shipment carefully packed and
good batch guaranteed. $2.1.0
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.
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WVHERUAS, Dear little D1 Smith Z um atism
N. our bright little Daughter of the Con- What is the ucs of telling the rheunnatIC
federacy, who was with us at our last that he feels as If his joints were being
meeting, like the flowers that bloom located ?
at for a brief season, has passed away, in IHe knows that his sufferings are ver.
t the freshness of a joyous childhood, much like the tortures of the rack.
ut therefore, be it What he wrants to know is what will per'
Reaolred, First, That we are inex- manently cure his disease.
nt therefore, be it ]anent hes disease ul
nt o First That we are inex- ot, according to thousands of grete.-tI
al presibly saddened by this unexpect- '. als Sarsaparilla
nt ed stroke of Divine 'Providence, and Hood's Sarsapadlia
shall sorely miss the bright and help- it promptly neutralizes the acd in the
-e ful little maiden who brought sun- blood on which theldses5 ,dqdb. coi
shine into our meetings, and flitted gP3 S i -tan TSrtia-t ta t
1 here and there on active ministrations
0- when occasion demanded. cheap Rates to DeLad4 Otoek S. .
Dd Second, That we hereby tender to o h t .
d the bereaved parents, brother and sis The Plant System for the fst and T L
e- ter, our heartfelt sympathy, corn- la. t time this son, will give the TAomaded henre OF pu eh
ter, our heartfelt sypst c, -people from U over the oft, an op- Asonue and n Isapur. We
D mending them to the merciful corn- peo e f0m al over the state an o aWe
pension of our Heavenly Father, to portunity to visit that beautiful edu- up a reputation on the *|m

Id heal their wounded, aching hearts, national city, DeLand, M., Oct. 3. m
y, pierced by this sore affliction, remem- The g ood people of DeL ndwe parpular easI
r- being that "Whom the Lord loveth for their general hosptality, open IDg ball detract from it.
he chasteneth their doors and.invite one and all to flr, prered by illful
S Your loved one is not lost but gone come and enjoy the day with them. clean, well wintihk rue
W--o#ri wi411 awI Olala e at 6 a fetly i ake d in mmodpreM


East Plerds Semiray.
Offers all the advantage of a firt
clam business college at the at s-
pense of time and mosey mtrowo,
with thorough and praetUeal raimitg
in the several eourmq otue.t. *W
invite correepooden'e with parties -
erested in any lieu of remme .I1
education or In seearing the wavre
of a bookkeeper, stegrapher, or amy
kind of offle help. For pmartitols
in full address at Oasineville, Fla.
J. H. BJms*-,.
Princ ipal Commercial Dsertment.
M. L. L epeM.
One door north of city market. WIN
pay the highest price for all hkidb
farm produce, mebh as veg>al-a-
poultry, eg, etc. Give him a eall. maf


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Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


BELGIAN HAR'E S
From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, YorkshireLa.s,
Dash Princess, King Wautage. Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Writelus,
W. D. MORTON, Mgr.
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Pre adl Sweet am the Skad, Scalp,
and Har of Infants Pified
a Beautmifie by


MILLIONS usX CUTICURA SoAP as-
sisted by CUTICUeA OnTrrMNT, for
preserving, purifying, and beautify-
ing the skin, for cleansing the scalp, and
the stopping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening, and soothing red, rough, and
sore hands, for baby rashes, itching, and
chatings, and for all the purposes of the
toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of
Women use CVTICPn.A SoAP in baths for
annoying irritations, inflammations, and
excoriations, for too free or offensive per-
spiration, in washes for ulcerative weak-
nesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which rea.!ily vunzest theminlves
to women, especi .lly mothers. (CUTIC'RA
SoAr combin!ts in ONE SOAP at O .E PaRcu
the BEST -kin anId eoiphlxion soap. and
the nEST toilet and l;h.1y soap in the worhll.
Complete Treatment for Every Humor.
COT'l' RA So. .\p. ;, i.h:ei)-i the -kin of crusts
and s.ues t .ii- ti n tl h l r 'tinel Aenticlt.
<'rrri '" T >:';! MF:\T. t, ItIt.nIiyv allav itch-
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


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iaw* suit Tht% an all NEW. Come early and get first
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Heavy Welt Sole with extension edge. These we consider the
very best values and styles ever shown in Ocala at the popular
price of $3.00.


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It has long been our aim to sell a child's shoe that would stand
hard, rough usage. These we now have. Made of Glazed
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THE OCALA BANNER, SEUMBEB 1Y3 1901


BANNER


aZm s~a3Z, zAltor.


And IA, ('eIIdlg.tsz. like the first
Pinner, ways the "woman did it."
President McKinley has passed the
danger hue and a speedy recovery is
Cetndeutly anticipated.
The turpentine mien are holding a
tg conventionn in Jack-sonville. We
hope the meeting will be a Irofitable
' tie.
FVditor M.'Creary i; getting along in
Hearp. He -ay hl has an as-ociatiou
with orran.ted' ar eovernug a period^
of fifty earx.
Mr. Henry Wattersmo. the brilliant
editor of the Courier-Journal, says
that anarchists should he killed the
same as rattlesnakes.
The attempted assassin of Pres-
ident McKinley is Leon OColgosz.
The name is pronounced "Chaagosh",
and is the Polish name for snake.
Prker, the colored man who knock.
4d Cgm dovxwa, yd that if the in-
rieat had occurred in eorgia, he
woeu have known how to have fix-

m a Goldman, the high priestess
of anrchism in this country, has
ben arrested as an accomplice in the
*atempeed a- inaton of President
MeKlaley.
The fair comalRioner froa Lake
county my he does not know where
to wll find room tor the exhibits al-
ready ofred and he has not touched
half the county yet.
MTw Florida editors are having a de-
Uehtl tiUmr this week seeing the
sighb at the Pan-America exposi-
theo awd viewnlg the tlls of Niagara.
They will be gone about ten days.
Te Atlanta Journal printed the
new of the attemooed damnation
of Fluident McKinley twenty awn-
- before any of the New York
a foapIM. The south is "getting
thr" in enterpeise all along the line.

It i woderfulbow the fair grows.
We have Bet Savansh's ay thoeep.
a" due, ubt we have a box fall
of *eh" sat "g ain our Florida
e ad they will have a fair
right money or no money.

o.dC. oMello.
t seh. Spriagbuld. Pa.. says:
"' U tS b h n tn wry had with
OW -- a Laweedo -e

-e bow" of Ahy'k M^r OsC=

Mosaw em g mAmpe #


ke day he was elected "the most
peowr eitr i P~rda,*" editor Me.
ON t, of the Gaiaes iDe Sua, reeeiv-
ed a ftlqgmam fromDomnamnt, Texas.
S siu fathe company in whicb he
beM etok to theamount of ten thoen.
ad obaes, had streak a "gsher."
IL. to rikiang it rich.


11is a nlguia thing that in the
T%:-UAT ,e oi dL-sawethe .nterdt-
mn~vn-e(%' th wv l. -gams of the
t~v -.-ght OfT. The be-an. for
e-.&= -d am t s treated as

-&e'evr. ;tr. o %x -'.otb r l2.n.
The :aa' o::h-h;c-'-


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kerchief, fired upon him twice. and a
merciful God is to be thanked that he
was not killed instantly.
One bullet took ettect in the breast
near the shoulder and the other in the
abdomen.
It is some consolation to know that
these bullets, like those which termi-
nated the life of President Garfield,
proceeded from a weapon held in the
hands of a man, who though born on
our shores, is a stranger to the doc-
trines of our institutions.
Wilkee Booth is the only American
who has been guilty of this great crime,
and he did it when hostile armies
were arrayed against each other, and
no doubt justified the deed on the
ground that "everything is fair in
war."
The attempt on the life of President
McKinley shocked the country from
one end to the other and abows how
firmly all sections are knitted to-
gether.
Anarehism has no place under our
flag and it is believed that vigor-
oas measures will be adopted to crush
it out root and branch.
- -"The Shaft Net IN."
William J. Bryan, referring to the
attempted amnnlnation of President
McKinley, sent on Monday the fol.
lowing tdlegrm to the Buffala Times:
"Free governments may be over-
thrown, but they cannot be reformed
by thoee who violate the command.
meat,* Thou balt not kill.' Under
a government like ours every wrong
can be remedied by laws and the laws
are in the hands of the people them-

"Anarchy can neither be excused
am Isined haeie The man who
WInNIGssu a, ule wr n by
taking the life of a human being

mauemiy apl to the protection


bme, I a mek ame mit,


"11s ..Mn... Ito
the woald-be amemin and to his con-
MnItsn. if he has any, should be
sch as to warn all inclined to anarchy


that while this is an asylum to thoes
who love liberty, it is an lnhospitable
place for these who mrase their hands
againstall bhrm of government."


The Times-Union and Citiaen's
coupon contest for the "most popular
editor" and "most popular school
teacher" created more interest than
anything of the kind that has ever
occurred in this state.
The contest ended last Saturday
night. Hoc. H. H. Mc~reary. the
brilliant editor of the GaineevilleSun.
and who is also state senator from
Alachua county received the prize for
being the most popular editor iu the
stateland Dr. W. F. Yocum, of Lake
City. ex-president of the Florida Agri-
cultural college, was an easy winner
for being the most popular school
teacher.
Mr. McCre*ry received nearly
twelve thousand votes in the contest
and Dr. Yocum nearly as many.
Both gentlemen are popular in their
different avocatious and will wear the
honors thrust upon them most worth-

Th ?-utiimrut 14f the country is
setthug dowu to the .xouvic ir that
the a:teiipted sa.atitcu of Prr-


G od dvice for Foridians.


Yr. Mahlon Gore has just returned
from a visit to his old home in Iowa.
H s trip tifere and the vast improve-
ments he witueiwdS causes him to give
the following good advice to Florida


OCALA


A Deep Mystery.
It is a mystery why women endure
backache, headache, nervousness,
sleepteoness, melancholy, fainting
and dizzy spells when thousands have
proved that Electric Bitters will
quickly cure such troubles. "I suf-
fered for years with kidney trouble,"
write. Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peter-
son, la., "and a lame back pained me
so I ceuld not dress myself, but Elee.
tric Bitters wholly cured me, and,
although 73 years old, I now am able
to do all my homeworkk" It over-
comes constipation, improves appe-
tite, gives perfect health. Only 50e,
at Garrett and Gerig's. 3
M* Sympathy er Presiet Kreuger.
CALVAzy, FLA., Sept. 4. 1]01.
To the Editor of the Buaer:
I think you are very wrong in your
denunclation of Mr. McKinley about
that Kruger sympathy aflr. It
would have been all right for the pree.
ident to have expressed sorrow for the
death of Madam Kruger, who was
doubtless a woman of noble and pat-
riotic qaalities, but I don't see how
any man with a particle of manly
spiruieold feel or express sympathy
for Pahl Krgwr, ex-president of the
TfammaeaL Why did be leave his wife
to be made a prisioner of war? He
eemd have taken her with him when
be skipped to safety.
He, with others, provoked a war
with Great Britiao. and sent his army
to invade her territories, but as soon
as she rallied her forces and drove his
follower beeak and carried bhotllities
into his country and into his own
neighborhood he deserted everything
and betook himself to a place of safe-
ty. Left his wife to be made a "pris-
oner of war," left his countrymen to
face the consequencesof his folly, and
went where he has nothing to do but
crack his heels and smoke his Dutch
pipe In the pleasant places of Europe
and where he amuses himself iu "sic-
cing" his countrymen on in the con-
tinuance of a strife, which he has
known for many moLths to be utterly
hopeless. by holding out to them false
hopes of the intervention of other
powers.
Sympathy f!.r Paul Kruger:' No
sir! Y.urs truly.
MARIA E. WALIA E
Cuts and Braises Quickly Nealed.
Chbambterlain's Pain Balm applied
to a cut. brui. t, our. s~ald *ir like iu-
jury will instantly aliay the paiu and
wi:l beal the part-s in les, time than
any other treatm,-ut. lules :the :u-


;u-v is ve..rysv -evrt- irwill uno: tave :a
-war. Paia B-ilru i- c r". ruau-a.

F-.r-ar ,1,17 u;M>n Drug
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AM ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PRES.
IDENT U'KIULEY.

In these United States of ours.
whose government is supxpsed to be
the freest on earth, whwe rulers art
elected by a popular vote of all the
people, two presidents have been as-
sassinated and an attempt has been
made on the life of the third one.
It is uo fault of the assassin that
William McKinley was not slain.
And all this has been done within
the memory of men who have not yet
reached the meridian of life.
On last Friday, at the Pan-Ameri-
can exposition, while President Mc-
Kinley was holding a levee and shak-
ing hands with thousands of his pat-
riotic and admiring fellow-citizerns,
one. Leon Czolgoez, with a pis-
tol concealed under a pocket hand-


farmers:
"If Floridians will turn their atten-
tion to the production of beef and
pork. in connection with her fruit and
vegetable interests, she will come to
the front very speedily, as an example
of solid prosperity. She cannot com-
pete with the wtst in the production
of corn and clover, but she can pro-
duce pea vines, beggarweed, velvet
beans, cassava, rice, peanuts and a
dosen other crops equally as good for
the growth of stock ard the product-
ion of meat. The advantage of cli-
mate is greatly in her favor; animals
will put on fat more readily here; less
food would be required to keep up
animal heat, and land is far cheaper
here than in the west. In Nebraska
they are growing beets and making
beet sugar on land worth from $5:0 to
S75 per acre. Florida has millions of
acres capable of producing the best
sugar cane in the world that cau be
bought at from $7 to $5 per acre. The
same grade .-f land is adapted to stock
raising, and the ditterence in price is
all in Florida's favor. Our lands will
produce3crops which will make as
much beef and pork per acre as the
best valley lands of the west, and in-
stead of buying and eating "embalm-
ed" meats from Chicago, we ought to
be exporting beeves and pork, or
maintaining large packing and re-
frigerating establishments of our own.
This is no idle dream, no vision of a
diseased mind. It is practible, and al-
together feasible. It can be done. The
way to do it is to do it. Not only
that. It is coming, and once the tide
s turned this way, no power on earth
can stop itL All that is needed is Im-
proved grades of stock and the right
sort of man. The rest will take care
of itself."


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'" .....'i.-i'iaxy t' at tilted at.- t'.Air
t ," *:,'.,' :, J ,.a i ,t!ouv:lle. Fla.. N >v-
2. and there it i;ig a
,prvt-; .11 ', o offered tyv the man-
at-r- of the state fair to be paid t.- the
.-,o:ntty havinur the belt g-.nerai exhibit.
aud Marion county having at the
tun-tropical exposition in Jackson-
ville ian Il and ISb9. won the prem-
:um for the hbet general exhibit, ,can
again with the united efforts of our
people win the S250b.
I hall with the amistanee of others
prepare a list of premiums on the var-
lous products and resources of the
countyy including woman's fancy
work. preserves jlles, can fruits, etc..
to t w paid out of the t 5) if won. and
subaint it to the county commissioners
at their October meeting for their al-
proval. which when approved will be
putblihted for the tbeneti of all desir-
ing to enter the contest.
Miw Jesie A. Owens. of Sparr, who
so eflectually managed the ladies' ex-
hibit at the alliance exposition in
O-ala in ;1*-'91 has kindly agreed to
take charge of the ladies' department
at the state fair as lady commissioner
of Marion county. The ladies of the
county are requested to co-operate
with her, a wd see to it that their de-
partment of exhibits are the best of
any county in the state.
We want, and will strive to procure
an exhibit of every agricultural, ruin-
eral, timber and other products of the
county. including oranges, leuouns,
phowphate, lime, road material and
maoufteturing products. We also
want eauples of cold storage hams
put up lst winter, and old syrup can-
ned tu November. lit4).
In this uommuuicatiou spate will
not permit au itimized statement of
all that is wanted.
commissionerss Lucius, Fort. Ed-
wards and Wartman. and other lead-
Ing eitia.rs of the county have kindly
agreed to o-operate with me in my
etfort to place Marion county where
she bemoag., at the head : the most fer-
tae and preogsive county of the
state.
After I have visited Jacksonville
and have had our county space ma-
signed and ascertained the beet man-
agement that can be made with the
railrad companies, I wllU communi-
ate the result through our county
newspapers. Vegetable growers shoulM
begin at once to stimulate their vege-
tables for exhibition.
Let us all get a hump and a move
on us and succee- thereby will be in-
sured. H. W. LoNt,
State Fair 'oumm;isioner. Marion
county Fla.
Martel. Fla..?ept. Itl.
She S**d't Wear a Mask.
But her ttwauty wa- comnplett-ly hid-
.Iu by s~-rve. ti-otchet sand plmpie" till
-ire u--,d Bu. klen's Aruiea Salve. Then
itfr. \animbedl, as will all eruptions,
',.v.-r -re.-. t' ulcers. clr,.arbuuacles
s...t f 'oi. fr'," u *'- :.w-. lufal;!,ie for
i- S:re- kiuarautite.,t. .A' arrett anltd

The *egro s Statement.

',.-:.:.-:I' lr'K ilt- '-i" life. Hit' name
i-.) I; 'a;'k,-r ,'b'.- ua';:vt of


~ ,~' ~ I t~ 'aAL- .\.auT.r. zs=
a-
19.
S I


S ~
I -
j4,,,...II''. "5*" 4''--


4L


Give them ('.--- .-. vevr oil.
it's curious to -ce the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret-
ial child, and he laughs. Givt-
it to the pale, anemic child.
and his face becomes rosy and
iuil of health. Take a flat-
chested child, or a child that
has stopped growing, give him
the oil, and he will grow big
and strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.


It has been done for years.
Of course you. must use the
right oil. Sc )tt's Emulsion
i4 the one.
Scott's Emu.,ion neither


looks nor tastes lke oil because
we are so careful in making it
pleasant to take.
Send for free san:-"ie.
SCOTT & BOWNE C hcmit,. 4cv Pearl St., N. Y.
oc and S o. al draggasw

655'X UC. f. the 1t w "oImi coveyey

PIGEON MILK
1WESTION.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four iay%.
Its action is magical. Prevents stricture. All
complete. to be carried nu vest pocket. L-ure
reventative. ut bv mall in plain package.
prePaid, oa receipt of price. St per box. three
for f2. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala, t'a.


JAPANESE


PILE CURE

A new and complete treatment. consi.t-n of
Suppositories. Cap ales of Ointment and two
bmses of Otintme. A e-etfailing cure for
Piles of every nature and 8eree. It makes an
operatic with the kaife. wh pais inful. and
oftes remits is death, unneeweary. Q-. e-
dure this temble dimsee? We pack a written
guamateeia ~c St boan socvre, o pay. soc
and 9 a box. 6 tor $5. Sent by mail. Samples
frve.
OINTMENT MW AIMD 54.
|OTM| Cuared, Pitea Preve te*. by
VMiu Jjapee ver Pellets. the
great liver and .stmach regulator and blood
parier. Smanu. mild and pleasant to take- es-
pecialv adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
z2c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. j


VIOR- MEN


EASILY, QUICKLY AND
PERMANENTLY RESTORED

HIN DIPO DR. JEAN O'HARA'S
H INDIrU : pp ir'sGREAT -i4ENCH
TOI1C AND VIi ,LIZER .s.d with writtea
iuarantcc o cure nerv(.._x- debilit'. ,-t vitality,
ta:ng mncmcry. tits. ditzi-zue. .-y-ter'na. stops
al: drainsou the nervous -yt -m cau-ed< iy bad
habit 'or exce-sive ue .' tobacco appiula.
'n:.r, Tr living the pace : 'at k Zil-. i t wards
> ns:c:tv. cunsunmption and death It c'ears
.he 'j an' b -ain. bim:i.d up the -hattered
serves rcs.tore" the fire of youth.and .:3ng-tise
p.gk g.ow to pale zheeks. and make vr. young
and strong again. sc:. : ~at!xes t .' By aal to
1nv addre.. Autli-Mono iv Drug Store. 2
__


A
are sold .~...',, bAle.
IA .*ed .%~i 441...I Z"'9~
-aa- a ~ flee


HUBBARD &


ACDUFF


IH A R DW A R E.
-......


DOOR. sANH AND BLINDS,

BARBED WIRE. CUT AND


VIRE NNAIL!.


PAINTS


UILS. VARNISHES. AT-

LANTIC WHITE LEAD.

ALL KINDS 1OF

GLASS AND PUTTY,

IRON PIPES AND FIT-

TINGS. EVERYTHING


N THE LINE


OF BUILD-


ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC.


AGRICULTURAL

MENTS. DEERE


I PLO -


PLANET .;R. GROVE CUL-

TIVATOR:. ALL .ND

OF GARDEN T- *LL.


Cl)OKING STi'


HEATERs-. GRANITE


AND TINWARE.


SL-,'T-


LERY, IRON AND -TEEL

BOLTS. ROPES. PLLLEYI.

BLUE FLAME OIL STOV( ,


LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.


Hubbard & Macduff


- 14a mf


WE EAT MEAT





1 ing, it tMi*41 *trttth to ct
..




huy ing meat--4e sure to get
the he ns -tender and 'bhre.
Pay a little more if need beand
I put enmetlhittg IL yo,- .a',,mse-h
-
,.- whih a ill put rfl--h- T .ovmr
,9 tHones anmt strtua blood in ytur
I hear.

I EDWARDS BROS.
NtalIb and 4 City Market, Oeasl. FTa.




MONTEZUMA EXCGHAGE

J. P. GALLOWAY, Prop.


Liquors, Wines, Beer, Cigars.


FIRST CLASS POOL ROOM.


Pr~u~~ an ,a-r.~, rvServi'--.. AIssurtl -.i E r n-
EMonezamma Block. .~l


A-TILAVNrTICCOA-ST LN


In-


N*4. -' *%~'. -


N ~ ~ ~ ~ N- -- -O.. .- -- -wY ~ant! l-oria


40.
III
vS


two-


V' .


rh.. rps.in at'o'4

~ \i.- I .LUi\ GarHat-:






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T .i"r *L'T.'.-



Ceesemptioe Threatened.


TRIED TO SHOOT AGAIN.
"Cdlgonsz raised his pistol again to
shoot either thefpresident or my.eif.,
but that time I choked him *.) hard
that he coaldn'tshoot I struck him
so bard that the blood gushed from
hi- uo. We struggled some se-onds
before the secret service officers reach-
u4. Then one of them. I think it
was Foster. struck 1:im and t aid:
'YYou damned dago. did you dare -hoot
our pre-iblent ?'
"I wanted to out his throar, but
tL'-y t,,ok hini from me. I r'eiieve
i'at mry -trikintzg 'zlgoz kept him
.'.i -nh,'tinr autil bbe emptit-d his
-t .. and Ipr< iAt .i prev-ntt-l the
i rt.-I-.jLt from u'-imn wiunii d a sain.


2O! forhthe

Children.


C. Mo.-. apie "t.. ('awl aillr.

tia--kitic em.isch f-r a tearauoi I tU',)uzIft
I bait asupu I trited a sreat

.r l~~=' rL f t-rvtra, fin-!uths.
A4I-o4 i. T': f Foley'-;H wey
it..! r r I, r-ardT net. I havt' uo)t


To T*. Progressive. Men and Women
of Marion County.


I


',,,A A L! 11


a1:un-d the revovnier an,1 hio4 haz .
Czolgofz did not extend his left hand -
as the newspapers reported. I et e W D t _
"The president thought Czg)e*z'.e L t(A G D ST wh doy mp*
rih:ht hand was -4,re. and put out his
left hand. As he 1did the anarbhit
tireot twice, barn. bam! [ struck him ne
a.*rro-s the nos. with my righ: list anui
reached with my i-ft hand to take the
pis-tol from him.
-Several of the marines thought
the officer was the man who did the ;
shooting, but he pointed where I had
Czolgoez down on the floor, and said :
rhere is the man who shot him'











ma- iao ..nI&m Was.


esere Form.
,A [ ( "** **' -; t.lj tt( Pf ( the IaIU. t.
rit kteltsh of our community was
severbetter, tre has not been a doe.
ltw in it (mI |m ,mwoeaal business this

tnmemt of ur boys went fox hunti nag
fiatmrday nilbt and got one.
Mr. ('Iaris liAtter took in the ex-
eulr 4& a to Palatha last Friday and re.
pers a 6We time.
Mr. A. J. J.hasje has gone to
Amseaato take a poaltito as station
gem. We em srry to lose bim but
wte him emosses la bis ew position.
Mr. OstSdm. Oe Halaes City, was
Iwdtti Mr. amend Ltsaer Sunday.
Mr. P. J. senvi dlivred a fine
ermu to a gemd m wd here Sutday.
Mr. H. J. J. eabragM aad family
pesat m~da at Anthey.
Mr. JeiM Barba0ragh met with a
petal aeeideat t ether day while
timmnti a tree, the axe slipped and
mt a emu Ma to his leg.
Mr. eomm Jones Is clearing up
what is known as theold Edwards or
soyt SeW. He will plant two hundred
arms of water os next season.
The piciae at Anthony was a sue-
-W. Anthony, Oriner Farm anid
P'.r:ing Park were well represented.
Ji IF.
Cu red of Chreois Biarrheel After
Th4ety Years of Saftering.
I suf ernd for thirty year. with
diarrhora and thought I wa past Ie-
icm reuwd."' ays John S. Holloway,
et Prec Oamp, Miss. I had spent
w- mebk time and mosey and suffer-
ed so luse bat I had given up all
hapes of recovery. I was so feeble
frm the ldeftof the diarrhoea that
I emdd ds no kild of labor, could not
evea travel, tbut by accident I was
ps1M0 ed to Sad a battle of ('ham-
brtaW' COete, Cbeis and Diarrhoea
smedy. and after taking several bot-
tsm I mertlhslya emle of that trouble.
I es pleased with the result that I
eastMM that It be In reach of all
whob sm as I have." For sale by
AstU-Moopoly Drug Store. im
Set. W. Whit tI Leedena-Otber

The trustees of (3tra academy are
improving the grounds by enclosing
tbhem with a substadtial wite fence
and diiung a cistern.
Tihe entertainment giveii bly the
i.it of th itAid .S*ciety Friday even-


.ng wa. ith a social anl, tinaucial was sick a long time, in pite of good
S**-. doctors' treatment, but wa- wholly
h barl- W. While is in Lon',u1on at- cured by Dr. King's New Lif o Pill-,
stending tle e t-umenial .-,uference which worked wonders for her haltlh.
no a t-lergat* from the %;utht-r!' Meth- They always do.'" Try theni. Ouly
,let .lmhr. li. of Florida*. 5e at Garrett and Geri;g's drug
1W. 4 V'ro.y and T. F. Hlarris4,n store. :
I. Matvurday for thile lian-A.ni.riean. President McKinley's Condition.
Mom Petnny Holland reteur:ed this
..t r.f.,om the summer irrnial at Thrie condition of the president ae-
S.cording to the latest telegrams con-
r tinues favorable and nothing has oc-
\ I.e I p l:ver dietlare- it-Ilf by curred to shake the faithl the attend-


nhssmwfettcU iusital depre- ion, lack
#if *twrgy. rest lened-, melancholy
a,.. toi.-ttiltti4i. Herbine will re-
f.,rv tbe liver t,, a healthy ,imdition.
P'rtk ;01 cents. For male by Anti-
M tuo,.,ly lDrug 4twon-. m
olags et Okelbwse.
hIere % a moving bomn thi- mouth.
Jo<. Itnbrggo will ocecpy Mr. Quick's
st*-*. Mr Quit*k will go4 to Candler,
and take Aarge of the Fox store for
th i-Iala syndicate. Mr. Dw~ieer
will ,orrmpy the Voung house, vacated
tby Mr. Dnir m. Mr. W. E. Mctiaha-
agis, af ('iU, county will return and
take ebarp of hit farm. The Ocala
Pyudlrete will opens up!(:their stores,
aIsog thi aat system, about the W.
4'. C. (1ements has experimented
th. year a about an a4le of.Tennes-
* panuts, and they have clearly
movesm I he the btwt peanut adapted
Ids thiste nl and climate. as they are
larer tiuts and heavier than auy
grown here.
White Vm 'Vermifugr i- perfect-
ly iarmiM. and will r-emve every
worm. It is alo a tonic, aUlnd y its
s tmrthentmng properitie" wi!l restore
tlio |eli 'rteik the ronMyshue of health.
I'rt. -. < ents. For sale Iy Anti-Mo-
uin,,ly Ikug 14rore. mI

The graldedl hool began last Mon-
day with PrIofear and Mr ;reen in
bhareP.
Mrs. Hiabidge. of Stoutinirton, Me.,
arrived bhre last week to spend the
wintet with Rev. and MrW. Fohom.n.
The telephone olMe has been re-
moved from Mrs. hBryan*t's -tore to the
S. A. I.. depot.
Do tor Abinbire has moved his fam-
ily ilu his bWilding on the corner of
Da n avenue and tetond street.
Mr. Swarts has moved into the
DeIleview bleek, where he has ample
rosm for his busin*s.
tepe the **eq ed Weeks OR t0he
SeW~


Ing surgeons and physician s have ex-
ptressed thst he wil! r-. ,vetr. The
danger. from two sour. --. wa- pro-
nounced practically ov. r. t'he holes
in the stomach proper. camued by the
perforation of the bhllt at e now con-
sidered healed by Dr. M.t,!urney and
his associates. and the -min-timt sur-
geo pointed to the fac't t: L tie beef
juice fed to the pati-v: ua- readily
digested, as proof of thi-. Sufficient
time has also elapsed t,' warrant tihe
doctors in asserting tiat: t:.e daigevr of
inflammation where the uuiiet lodged
has disappeared. It is believed that
the ball has now become encysted in
the muscles of the back, and unless
its location should prove troublesome
later on, there will never be any ne-
ceasity for removing it. Dr. Mann
said he knew a man who lived for
years with a bullet in the muscles of
his heart.
The attention of the physicians is
now, therefore, mainly directed to the
care and treatment of the wound
caused by the incision made in the
abdomen above the navel, when the
operation was performed. Thik wound
is progressing satisfactorily.
The Sest Persoription for Malaria
Chills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure-no pay. Price 2'. .
A Marinesa County Editor.


The Citrus County Chronicle speaks
as follows of a Marion county editor:
"Editor Setzer, the tall sycamore of
the Withlacoochee, is about to tians-
for his base of operations from Dun-
nellon t&High Springs. He will be
iinesonie up there, for the girls all
know him. It is said that when he
wants to fold one of the gentler sex to
his manly breast it is necessary to lift
her about six feet off the ground, and
when his strong right arm encircles
her waist it goes around about three
times and makes the victim think she
i4 being embraced by an anaconda or
a 4outh American boa constrictor.


The following resolutions were intro-
duced by Hon. H. W. Long at the
meeting of the board of county corn-
missioners on September 2, and laid
over until next meeting:
Resolved, First. That the public
roads leading from Ocala and known
respectively as the Ocala and Meln-
tomb road, the Ocala and 8ummerfield
road, the Ocala and Cotton Plant road
and the Ocala and Sharpe's Ferry
road, be and the same are hereby con-
sttuted base line roads, to be macad-
amized with the best material acoemsi-
ble, as rapidly as the finances of the
county will Justify.
Second. That all other public roads
leading to Oeals that are new char-
tered or may hereafter be chartered,
whtn it shall be deemed necessary to
macadamize any of such roads they
shall be known as branch roads and
shall connect with the base line road
most accessible, not nearer than two
and a half miles from Oeala.
Third. The base line and branch
roads shall be maeadamnized in divis-
ions of an equal number of miles from
Ocala, so as to give no base line road
an advantage over a branch road and
as near as may be to distribute the
macadamized roads and make them
equally accessible to all the populace
, centers of the county.
Fourth, As it is impossible to build
a macadamized road to every man's
door, or in every sparsely settled com-
munity, we, the county commission-
era, who are the people's servants, do
hereby most respectfully request the
people of the county in the location
of macadamized roads to take a broad
and liberal view, and advocate only
such action as will benefit the greatest
number of our people in the county as
a whole at the least expense to the tax
payers commensurate with the neces-
sitles in the premises.
Fifth. We, the county commission-
era, do hereby pledge ourselves to the
people of the county that in the loca-
tion of macadamized roads we will
divest ourselves of all bias or selfish
motives and in our official capacity
will earnestly endeavor to carry out
and put in operation the course we
advise them to pursue and to this end
ask the co-operation and assistance of
all the good people of the county.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchvster. Ind., write-, "My wife


For Fall


Waist.
), We are already show-
oint some of the heav-
ier goods for fall-
some beautiful pieces
for waists of heavy
silk and light flannel.
They are in solid col-
ors or figured, as you
may choose, and you
have your choice of
the most popular pat-
terns at popular pri-
ces. Be among the
early callers and get
your choice.l


M. FI SHEL,


Ocala


SFlorida


- 'U.


9 'U


e


'U. ~
U', *'~~> ~
-U *~UI
- w/>~.v4~


A G ) *


mleans comfo';. Face au health
The blood can't circulate through
lnor feet cramped and pinched into
light zhoes or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
bunions, and the sluggish circulation
affects the entire health.
We sell shoes that are shaped I like
the human foot, but yet which retain
an air of elegance and style. Com-
fortable shoes are not necessarily ugly
--not so at all, if you come here.
G. A. NASH,
South si ie '" thesquare. Ocala, Fla.

McIVER and UACXA1,


FUNERAL

DIRECTORS.
-1
-----..- |-...--
htive a full took of io00 a, Caskts, and BNra
sults of every durptlon. 890o attenatle
-ipd toibulau-rlOM.
Embalming to Order.
All wrf lrom thetr try, a tt'Iy e. Y r
a lb. willsntlveetrctuaner '
BLUY~TMHE




SEWING MACHINE
Do not be ( e,'ivt&l l1v tho-e who ad-
vertime a $,;o.( St- vIng Mluchine for
$20.00. Th.lIiis ;in ofa machine can
be bouitht frtim u- or any of our
detiers fro'zm$13.00to $18.00.
WE MAKC A VARIETY.
THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST.
The t-e'de ,,r,,-rr;,n th i trpna4h t-


-TINE G EAT


I


This siS is on every box of ti -l*ino
Laxative Brouno"Qfuit&be T


Early

Choosers

Fare Best

Ean%'s Comefrt.
It isn't to be sup-
posed that we would
overlook the Impor-
trant matter of shirts
for men. Here are
some beautiful pieces
-madras, fine ging-
hams, cheviots-what
you will. with hand-
some color effects in
almost any shade,
you may desire.
And the prices are
w o r t h considering,
too.


Protecting. Bautifyling.
It isn't too late to
buy a parasol: there
Is plenty of sunny.
hot weather still to
come,and plenty of I
reason for buying
just now. The )olid
worth of these par-
asols will surely
make you happy in /
purchasing o n e.
Some silk, some
cotton-all beauti-
ful and all with
fast colors.


lant System


TuIItUoGE C AU LINE VI*I3L-


CONNUCTION8:
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 Steaw hip CompanY
for New York, Philadelpia and Botom.
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trans-
portation Company for Baltimore and Phila.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York, Wash-
ington and Baltimore.


T'Key West and Havana.
o 'V


Via Port Taml a and
The Peninsular and
OccidenthI Steamnhip'
Company v.


T'Nova Sctia and Prince EdwardIsland

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

Summer Tourist Tickets
Will be on sale at all points on the Plant System to the principal. mO"&a l,
lake and seaside resorts throughout the country until September 30, IelosiTve,
limited to return until October 31.
Cheap excursion rates to BUFFALO, account Pan-American Exposileai,
enabling paM gen to visit Nia Falls.
Add of parties in the North et to the undersigned will be liberally
supplied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
For information as to rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on nr write to
7 I. JOLLY, D. laT AlM t. 138 Wst Bay f L. uMtle, %t
W.&. D AM, eaO1 Set., *S. W. Wim U fu .
Suaah, sa. Swasa, G.



h a CTUNE-QUICK TIME TO I


southern




RalIwa;

ANMD ALA Mm CAST AM W W.


BALUMUE

ama-


LOUISVELLE
ATLANTA,



ST, LOUI,
-AMMCMT,


no eE" AF BMWN ARM YAW

THE NEW YORK AND

FLORIDA LIIrrED
The Mest Lexerles Trale hi e WerM. Exeldve Pauma Eq1paMit
(Daily except Sunday.)
JackoauviUe to New York, only as lwr St. Aagtiae to New York, emly spa
AUM
TE NAW 70 AND YMFW A
And TI 7 S TAWM FA9T MWL
e_ wE ea" MM_

THE CHICAGO AND

FLORIDX SPECIAL
(Delly except Susday.)
erb Selid Pm Tral Thra to hs r C eeape WlmMt Sbel
Jacksonville to Ckicago, oaly 31 hour. St. Aguastime to Chicago, only 3 h o
A" Me IIATFMA FWMWA UNI Tm
70 I=01W1A -M 118111
Through Vestibuled Traigs, Pullman Drawing-room Se Car,
Coaches, Perfect Dinng Car Service on all
Through Trains via Southern Railway are Operated ia Commteio with ae
Plant System from JacMsoille.

for Rates, Schedules and formatio, call o r atd4s
A. SIRAMEAU, Tnmfts- j -A-t. W. T. oSST, Teuai PAssli A-
L M. NARWICK. S esal W-m 3. TAnL., AeLV Isan Pas.







Tenths

of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

all the EGUTESWhMMM
People "ules the St"ysm, Pomifhs 'MlM

Suffer URES kMa

from aI --
Diseased V E M "MM m Ti


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To
TheEAST

Via all rail



To
The


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Via 8.8.


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0460 PIre; to-AskW.a 'ti. n' 1

kMI-fow400oefrrd mbieths The lheart
ob A Owlwb~eftths... lane). In dam-
am 0.f Ow~fte 4sbew'd fraY un.ksd
ft 040o-t00I.tIn ti h~aft gvt. vesy
dift law Whe'sthe 4wPIS~oes .usrt

fI*-OW46M.m ,.-f ) .f-at t ma

Im bar* ..ra t w m sIsu a.OPhwy awe
@Pro" .g.0.0 said kaw. eIs it.
Tier 4"ir.' .., tbw preqrsmwree -tizen

I%. 9f ini malleft SpIf';.riat*41t ti
046af.t a % ulmit..' at lth. 1*ats
atoo a I #*l~airmu t..far F it
T'.. 6 t4q'p4. Hers 1%. 6 b e.e!
arwe ?hot ua1,.its. er~mse*ry raglaetlv.y
,A 1. 1-, I a rl~rk ig n-it atermic


). 6 .
asu to fI
mbtope-oof.


Two bhnored bushels of po-
tatoWs r .- "' m founds
.. the

... 2: ntit
al.rnicd to thc soil,


o.S. ac ker Son.


4' -I a ''I


t~ell t#4-,4 -~t ivmllw- u ,-,-.1. .v a
%Vy Oin&. stat natU.'-csslq. a". J,.; to.
GNb so*$& aau 9habtbit *of ars-*u *sw.u-
I, ~ ~ A 1* .-tba.ab t 'tiod 1.'Ltoaut f
n.~~4 4nswe ise o tb. gusrwtaus (if


bm l ww el t a!aifle-4 iu ~jr
pn4aa f. r tb..so girlwos
Tlbv *oo!v ,yell4 tratw"air
b aad oot y, ous..r day* is so 474 n i y '
G1sSf4 tm.Ike. t the nay ve l&4 taj
Poli.so.-44that dav Their we-rip


DOORS SASH. BLINDS.
IO"ULDI NO A19D
BUILDING MATERIMl


as&WPnaltGlas I Speclat)


Parcase our make, which we
guarantee superior to any sold '
onth &P4 thereby save
money.
Ola and warera. King oppoalte tCano
ftleft.


a *:tor i Lit iat s. 'me AI l ieUg a -Mar ys-

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lii. U..t.anlhrc' -.tr;ai-, 'anl *u-
5 ~ ~ ~ u :f4.'-I ti,r-- le-rl wrlt mire

aw4 i usi! ;gr'..rln* t umba r -al.-s


lb. ~agj we acwhat INV ~cav-t
em udur~olwotil .*4od thip ms-4om
44. JaVmm ~ il1.. in th e 'h ajm s' 46f a n Vca-

ha i. n '.and mitj.bwd.itl a war n-i

b a '' .tlwk Saima Itil-Katid that
tat* a .-%%%Julty *gv~ultural. MA&Uufa&-.
turiueag ad s1 st.' .-sAkfair.cr4 thast
Ste Ces4tti. t sa. 9With itopropotijcitInfl
mar medo?. &u4 Theadrantag. ri'mm
ible willt1w ONOa. vf'ttthat the *-ouaitl
wlow IS s l" m.i% :&~as) uer,'aeed ",ju-
1616#011Itm! .resmgai.wlt.


-AIqlELTINE'S


tesuting @%s-iiea i. ita ao tid nii:! -..
to a- 11Ie'swiv gusplato-al II-va Na 5uire
vqlas hbolda a aw-u 1,14.-1 ..i. :.,I-

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ofUbfras. r#610,OllWo*A. u


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*~~~ki ,t, hI .1 Three S
4.41left *40mir ll i.- usoa 'n -t?
golbUS'A 411Stwit thor Wa.$aaialagoe' 14 m A-

'Afiu tct i the gro-at andid -';.jar
46-Sto HItitsoo-t iart a u.rmt:iI-
lab. ir i. \-w N asIm % -rid 61141.arta~
r l-8.0 .Eagle- &A -thtimr 'ia

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s. '.I I% .- .A i!- a




lot Causes 1SugM t Ufrs


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C" A RILOTONI,


Save

YouI Vegetables!


Pr'itet-o t.rcbard's, gardens, ovitton,
0*4rut4, Tim -it.SIIeucututw*rs, bmflat4es,
Arld &': Other fruit@& and egetables
,,-.,orb 11toravages. (if izvaet.' Withe'.

ir .au~fiplttrap' by mail.
V~iEIN1 'VNICE[DIN :EVFRY
t OVNTY. Addire-..

(leals, Fla.
I.,val wl i'tive lt' iau-ptlitr voIumiIL.



Jerry

Burnett


LncsA.


Merchant

Tailoring


FinI-c: Imported and
Dome-tic Cloths. .
Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaranteed.


TAX DEED NOTICE


H'HlKI As- LO ISA C BOLLIN; HAS PRE-
!, nicd, to me Tax Cert-ficate No. -'. .iae of
g g :-t-th. :o ccrv-r.ng the following "aTI in
Tar: n county. F'orida. to wit se-t half of
u ,.rtwe-t quarter o! ncrthea-t quarter section
;.wn-*,p *;. range :: heart. and upon-i aid
rt:Tc :ea' ,eta:xtdrc. 'ton me a tax de,. .
The-etore :.:t-r the expiratton ot thirty days
n it the date k' th:- n,,ticr. un'es- re<.eerted :t
-*: n:ttt;: n : i'tu a tax deed tL the -a:d
: : : T. I':TRatNK.
LMt ^::r>u.- .ll *: :t.


TAX DEED NOTICE.


P .CoIlt- oR 14 -k 1, R AF. LiT F1
NO, he:'c'mg't! nMr
It ~~ I ~ Bn


:* r '', 't:


I xCED %NOT iCE


-. *::-


TAX DEED NOTICE-

S WHEREAS. R. K. WARTMANR HAS PRE-
sented to me Tax c ertificatesM Nos. it. t186.
-. :"*.. 210. 2!2. 214. 216. 120 23., 232, 235. 244.
246. .417 274. 4- and 459- sale of Angust 7th, 189I.
covering the following lands in Marnon county.
MPorida, to wit: Lots 9 and 14 or west half of
southeast quarter except 8 acres in square in
northwest corner sec 25. township 12. range 21.
72 acres, less northwest quarter of southeast
quarter and southwest quarter of southwest
quarter of southeast quarter, redeemed: &95
chains square in northwest corner of west
half of southeast quarter sec 23. township
12. range 21. eight acre.: lot to or
northeast quarter of southwest quarter sec 25.
township za, range 21z 40 acres. c....ndAciag at
western corner of Thomas Ulark grant town-
ship 12. range 21. thence southeasterly along
southwest body of said grant :3 chains, thence
northeasterly parallel to northwest body to
waters of Orage Lake thence north with vters
of take to northwet body of aid grant, thence
south along northwest body of grant to point
of beginning, too acres: 2o acres bounded east
by Florida Southern railway. south by half mile
tine north and west by land* of Hickson being
1275 feet north and south by 66a feet east-and
west. sec 4. township 12. range 21 acres:
north half of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter sec 36. township 12., range 21, 30 Pcrs:
lot 3 section 19, townhip 12. range 2. &Si ae
lots 3. 4. 5. one acre les. sec 24, township t2.
range 22. 70.38 acres; southwest quarter of south
east quarter and east half of northwest quarter
of southeast quarter, sec 7., township 1a. range
22.60 acres; lot 4 block J Steele's ad Citra, town-
ship range a2: 0ot 4 block K Steele's ad Citra,
township 12, range 22: lot 4 L. W. Lipaey's ad
Citra. township 12. range 2.. 1.59 acres: com-
mencing 13.15 chains south of northwest corner
sec 33, township -., range 2. thence south 105
feet, east 105 feet. north ioc feet. west io5 feet, as
acres. o10 feet east and west by 210o feet north and
south in northwest corner of southwest quarter
of northwest quarter of northwest quarter sec
-3. township 12 range 22. 5o acre: commencintr
at a point it3.' chains south and 105 feet east of
northwest corner sec ;3. township 12. range 22.
'hence east 25 yard*, south jf yards, west 25
yards, north 45 yards. 23 acre, commencing 40
;inks north of northeast corner of lot D Rickards
survey of town lots in G. I. F. Clark grant
township 12. range 22. thence east 6.3o0 chains,
north 3.15 chains. west :o chains., south 3 ,;
chains, 2 acres north half of southwest quarter
of southwest quarter and so-.thwest quarter of
southwest quarter of southwest quarter sec 7.
township rT. range 2:. -:: acres: south east quar-
ter of sonthwest quarter of southwest quarter
sec 7, township z3. range 2;. :o acres and upon
said certificates 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 Sept. -. :901.
tSeal,; T. SISTRUtK.
9-13 C:erk Circuit Court.


TAX UD= 17TC=.


HEREAS. H. C. JONES HAS PRESENTED
to me tax certificates No. 1452. 1414. sale ot
August 7. :-,c. covering the toilowing laud 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 :3. township 15. range
at. and lot 2, or southeast quarter of northwest
quarter of northeast quarter, section 23. town-
-hip :5. south. range 2:. east. and upon said cer-
tificates ha. demanded ro m me a tax deed.
Therefore. after the ex;irat:on of thirty days
from the date of this notice. unless redeemed, it
is my intention to ia-se a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated August :3-
-e*a: T. S:STRU-NK,
C:erk Circuit Cour*.


ASxIM ssRATOWs r: ? o0 AM LICA-



rNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENN THAT THE
under-igned, a- admin -trator of the estte
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. xvll on the
zthk D; if Ocft'cv. .4 D.. 1901.
make final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his administrators4ip of -aid estate
in accordance with the law i- -uch cases made
and provided.
This z.ith April, A. D. :-:.
C'HARLES WHFvr. Admr.
4:9 1e6m EsL of James E. Cat-=beil. deceased.


ADIlMIMTWOZ2S XO=IZ.


NOTICE I, HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL
creditors. :egateevs and djitriibutees and all
persons ha'nag claims agait-t the estate of
MARY ELIZ/ KEEP ,Iecrased. will present
the same to the undersigne-: administrator with
the wi:l annexe!. wiLth::: tht time allowed by
law. d'.::v authenticated, for -vy-ment. or else
th!. utice wi.l be pleade-! -n '.r'r of such pay-
Tment. y .ost'ffice %Icrt, Mcintosh. Flor-
'a. ju:.v h : -
w. E. ALLEN
Adm.:i--:r-r. :- v. :'" A .-exed of the Es-
.at- o: M.1-rv ":.:. KeeC. [:.,ased.
W B ULL'-CK -.-t
At:v. fo: .-.lm'-n:::attr


TAX DEED N 'rICE.


'HERFA- F. B TURNER -. S PRESENT-
edl t,. lie lx Crt:fiatit N,-o ;r2. :6;: sale of
A.-;-:t-th :--. .. C-ver.ig the f-i.owing land in
Ma.non co:an:t. Fiori-a. t \ \it' northwest quar-
t.r of 0o1thw:.t 4; ar`:t- sect:.on 3. township
:- rance c a-t,. iuthca-t quarter of northwest
,uartr- and ca-t three r:-oxrth t s.!outn half of
n :>rthlet-: .t-r of .or-thwt-.: arter. ectlon
:-. towu.hip r- -.- range ;: east. Ie.-s one
acre ali'o -.utheastt quarter o1 W ortheast quarter
and northwe't quarter of southwest quarter.
section .; town-hip T-,. -uth range :: east, and
upon sa:d certificate has ,t:na::ied from me a
tax deed.
Therefore after the ex;-.ration of thirty days
from the date cf this notice. un'css redeemed.
it is my intention to issue a Lax deed to the said
lands.
Date' Aurs v -3o0... :i.
epaT -.T. S:-ITRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court.

TAX DEED NOTICE.


WITHEREAS. G J JOHNS HAS PRESENT
to me Tax Certificate No r. sale of Au
gust -th. : .Ncovenag the following land in
Marion County. Florida. to wit wi'- of sw', sec
-. tp1. .r ? t. and pon sad certificate has de-
manded fron r :e i tax deed.
Therefore, afte- the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed.
it is my intt-:::ion to issue a tax deed to the
sald :an !s.
Dated A .:g ,t :c :-c,. T. SISTRI'NK.
-I .-ea:' Clerk Circt.it Court

NOTItE OF APPLIL ATICN FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TER 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA.

\'OTICEI- HEREBY CIVEN' THAT T. B.
MALLOV. vircha-rvi i'ax Certficate No
41:. t.ated the 4th day -f Apr..A. D. i'," has
S!d aid c-icate :n *ny .-..ce. and ha- ;madesar.
i!ca:3"o f':r tax deed to i*~- -.un accordance with
,aw. -;ia certificate embraces the following dc-
-cr-.be>. preory s-tuAted :n Marion county.
Florita to ,itt .south threefourths ot .a-uth hd'f
tf ~-uht.-t artery r -cton :.. township :3
-th. rarzt, east a'..o c-mmencing at -outh
-t ccrn t s-r cti.n l .. tvw .ip :_ range 2?.
tht-n:e cat: 2c cha n- u.,:1h 2:.:: chains, we-t
-- chain- ." ;': t f Pn:3 i. 2 ac.-e,. The


n-, ,:' W w tax ,!cv n :: : T;C their ,on in


T- ; e tNK
7 UTX- D" E T .t&.T :?. l .


I TAX DEED NOTICE.


EIGHTEEITH YEAR---BEGQIIIII SEPTEMBER 3ITN, 1901.


Florida Agricultural College j

LAKE CITY. FLA. 4


4
4
4
I
4
4
4
4
4
4


Fo-ur qo*"ur!-.- of f'uar yt-arag, iii Agriculture, 'ie.'hanical E0.
gitsevnr~iW nli~ea. Clastii. one year's c(PuIrtein tmu~-4
u-':Stretiograpby. Tyjwuwriting anid Telegraphy. A rrrepra.-
tfjr, .vauniw-ofitonesri *rw,)vearv, a-4 rquired, for ibsisew iobiuax to
rarelabre f-kr the eikileve. liost-GraIu~ate eourses are also offered.
Young aui uen ider zuifitsry diwscillioe. Young women un icr
refinl oast b'ae iajtluenc#rs at 2.oster Hall. Fine modern buildings
saud firstit (a545 equipment. Tuition free to Mlrida students
Otlher exgienw.v very etmall. For catalogue address


T. M. TALL&AFERB3O, C. E: IPh. D.,PmdL


Florida East Coast Ry.


Time Table No. 5. la Effect epst. 1, 1901.


ROUTH BOU-N-D ,Rd ; ,WT.


F4ra



P4m









4LE4


04

64E-


No'U No. W. 6. I'sRINO.M5
Suad;8md' Daly 1IDls1
Only Only! 'cx Sul

tloplift, 61p 914k1
10 5"a 00p915a1


(Read Up) NORTH BOUCD.


A r, i: .,.- N. ... No..8 m Io.No.I1
Daiti Dai;v Daily STATIONS. Daily DalUy Daily
ex.A; P __ 4 e. a..
.5i"Nui 1I0 'e Lv ... Jacksonville A- 7 5 .Tep 10O sa ...... So Jacksonville ... Lv 62p 8 .....
4 .p I" l." -..... t. Autu-tine 5a p 7 5......
4' p ll 4 :a ...... 4Ha-tings ........ 514p 7 ......
0ti 12'lf ..... Ea-t Palatka .. ...... 4a8p- 7 tal......
7 .44 !.:.4 .. N o ig ........... 41p 25 ......
... ] .... .. f a~nneils ..... ...." 407 8l6 S .....
S ,-', .. .Dupoat ............ "1 400p 07a'.....
Si p ...... (Ormond ........... i s a i St ......
p 18p ......... .. MS .D... .. 3322Pf 5* ......
Sp 0" ....... Port Orange ... ... 812p ....
SJ* a 4p'2 7p'" ...... New mrrn2 ..p $s 22 2p
i6 a 2Sp 0.... Oa H .. .... 2eap ...Hi
Sa. .. a4 p .......... T stwO lle ........... I p ...... 18P
.. ....... .Coc ......... p ..... ...
.... ti ......Roekledge Junct....... i 12 p..... .....
4 .............. ..... 1 .. .. ....
: ... ..... Melbourne...........:1- ........
..... 6: ..........." eb sio'a ........ .. 1l l : ..... ......
I ..... ** ........... St. Lad e............. I la ...........
S..... ..... ......... Fort Pieree.......... 117g ..... ....
6 P4 ............ Tibbals............. *'16 ft ... ......
S .. ............ denB ...... ,- : 0 3 s .... .........
I.... .. ... T p ............ e Je e r.... ... ,W .....
.... .. p ..... StuartJ Be............ ........
..... I 7 p ........... obeStu onart .. ........ toI T ...........

S 2p ........ ..Bo ton .... ... .
..... (..... .: B p ...... ray .............. 8'a ......
..... i.... 7S1p 1" ........ nort Laoderdaleh....... 7 3Sa ....
.. -10 p .... MiaFort e ........ al ...
9 I.p ....Leman City L.......... '
0I (Gp Ax, .t&m......... r 6=4a


Bfftc fParior Cars on Train 35 and 78.


MAVMPORT BRANCH.


Lv ...Jacksonvile ....... Ar 7 4' 512
...So. Jackmnvill..... ...... 7 3a; 5 Wp
" .. ..... Pablo Bewh ............... "; 7fl p 5 :11
" .. ...... Atlanti Beark. ............ 7 0 5 O pill
Ar ..Maport LvT! 64. 445,1!


No. >,o.j ) ., .1 ...t ..i 2, 4, PALATKA BRANCH- >X.' N. N ..,, .%.....5o
Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily ; .Daily Daily Daily Dailyl
*.90p W~p ~43p12ap3i t'a u: Lv .Platka Ar 6s 72Me122p1SpISl
Th0pI 65ip 43!p12.0pIlI a 6Ma Ar East Palatka..Lv 41zfa 7056'12u6p! 1OOp, 54
ireo..S,-3, SbAN MATEO BRANCH. D
Daily Daily.
-S Lv.. ..k......... t .......... ...... A 64
15p $(Ar ...t t~._ Mato L___L,,
No. I OIRANOE l No. "2 i : No.II
1o. 1 ORANGE CITY Dayi Dail SANFORD BRANCB.
UT BRANCILH Ex n
31 upLv ..NKw mrm ..-..Ar: p 5a L ...........Titnville ..........
4 lp .. Lake elen .. .- Lv 5 p 71 ee ............. Ms.. M .............. 1
4 p .. ...Orange ... 514 8 .. .......... ............
45p Ar.. OrangeCity. 85A. ......... te r.se ........
...Oe.9.V A r............ ford ...... .


Thege Timn Tables show the time at which trains may be Deted to arrive md
from the several 'st&tio but their arrival or artur the atO iin s a %U not !01
seed. nor droes the CompanY hold ittef rpon5G fors ay delay or any qam
ing therefrom.

rsl INSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT NIANL

BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
eave Miami Mnday and Frkay6s l pm ,Leave Havana W s. and SaSdays..:.# am
Arrive Key Wejt Tnes*and Saturdays. p100m Arrive Key West Weds. and Sate...... pm
eAre Key West Tue. and Sunidays .. 75VuPm Leave Key Wes Thus ad Sms ... 4mm
Arrive Eavana W,.di. and Mondays.. 5 30 am Arrive Miami PridaysMand Meodays.... Wm
For copy of local ime card address any Agent.
X. D. RAMMER. Aset. Gem. Pass. Agt. ST. AUGUST=& MA.


NOTICE.


"o- APPIM A =-M ?a PZR= TO


OTICE I. HEIERE1Y GIVEN THAT UNDER
I and by virtue o a afi a decree rendered y -
the Hon. W. A Hocker thejudge of the Circuit 't
Court of the Fifth Jt.icia" irc:t Jf lorida in DUB-IC NOTICE IS .R' .EY49 GIVEN TUA
and for Marion couint', in chancery on the uth J John P. GaAowas hafeIlwath the ea-
dav of Aulg. -t. A I' : o!. in a certain ctauine | County Comma- .lemr of Naio d .
pending *n sail c-urt. wherein LD C W. *miith in the state ot Flor a. luts applicatlou fia.-
is co-mp:anant a, d -amuel v.'. Teague an.i permit t, sell liquors, winesand beer in Election
others are defenant-, the .;n.rt .nec. name i District No otf said county awl state; that
and appointed am '.eca" t t.tter to txcute .c -uch app:iation will be acted upon by the said
same. wilt omin f board of c-,unty commisasuonero at theirnetit
,f".!.: .. ^' i" [. ,;r9O *reg- ar :urg. which will be held on the
duri'rg th:e teg. h:::- of ,a-; :* i front: of the 7 : A nda ; :s tct'&tr3.A. -.19,.
._u.th d.-,lro t.e clt :7t C' ": u.'-e :a l ..ca*a. I,' t .a.,
cfftr for -,a'e ale3 w3! '-ell t t:3- lqghtlst a l t :c: k i. the a.. uf the ,-aid day.ad
bc-I dfor-ale an i- the. or tgeaged prehet the tx.jar -. eret,-.- caIs en snv citizen of such
bt.- 'i d'.er f,.r c.-1 tht mortgaged prei-: e.ct. ,.:: d-:ict who may desire to do so.to sbow
Al. that :terein u:'! :: tin "he tcwu f ft:ala. cau-e. :i an' there he at the said next regualr
Sthat :ct w eetirt; ,.t .!aid hoard. why such permit shall
M-r-n c-"unt I ::.-and par.icu not te .r n:ed to the .. licant.
d', r:med :,, : i. .- Byv r.'-r )f the B ar i .,f Ccuntv Cwrc.mis-ion-
"B--gn ag the:: .t:.at corner 1. lot N. e-" of Mar:on cuu'tv. F;orida
of 1.. -cl No Zi. in ec:;.v of o > t'.-e-ice r-.I. ;-e ,. 4a. 'a if AUgU- 4 n *- .
,- ..e*e a Pa" AU sg A D "
Dtn,.-uh l, hun, ..e.i amid n:n-tte': :eet.thence W L-JYI.,.(;
wte-.. y-two --t. ter.ce rort or-c iundre' C'ha:rman Beard at County Commis-ioners.
and ninete -:1 ftet thenice east fftv two leet to I A1t.
the point ,. .t b u-gringn. with the appurtenanee.,. T. NT-TRUNK.
or Qo much thereof 2- STav be necessary to sati 5 .
f- :jid lec-et and co-ts. TI_'- F. BIGGS Clerk. 8-6
ANDER. N & HOCKFR. special Master. j __
Soi:citors for Complainant. --3


COMMISSIONER S SALE NOTICE.

U UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF- A CERTAIN
order granted on the t'h dL-av of March 4.
D. : i. Lv the Hon. Robert But:ock as county
Jdige in and for Marnon county state of Florida.
in the matter of the estate ot MARTHA JONES.
decea--vd : the un ieriigwed. du.y appointed as
com-!:i:-iuar theretn. hereby gv'-e notice that.
on the


Between ;rne h.-ur- : : a m and 2 p. Tu. the
same be:n. the nr-t Monday :n said month. I
w:t ,-ffe-r "-r sa:e in:! -e':. at tp:ubic auct on, to
the h: ;;-t an .*st -dder for cash. ir. front
of the m,< !th door c, the court bhou' at Ocala.
the :."-- in dt-ec::e teal property asthe pr'o-
pertv :n :ce ;lnt. .-of Martha J,.ne- at the time
o-f '*- %ath an :-c-td in Marion county.
Flcri!a. .-:z I.,t e.--;:-e! (C'" on that map or
plat inade "',v T M. R:ckards of J',seph Ca:d-
wt_:'- -:r'-.:i .n c:- 'e Avart.z grant. said p!at
Le',-' cm -'e :a t: ,='. C record.; of Vanoa
ceunt :-:. :-a. : en ',.-d i k .ettered '"K at
page -::.-d ic, r;no mrte par!.cular.y de-
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In the Ctrcuit Court. Marion County. Florida.
Fifth Judicmal Circutt-In Chancery
Eucch W. Agnew. Complainant, vs. Hibhert 3.
Masters. et al., Defendants.


T IS ORDERED THAT H. B. MASTERS 3
and he is hereby required to appear to the
hill: n thi. cause oa
fMomda, tA- 7t1 dai of October. A. D.. ari.
It it further ordered that this order be pub.
I ished once a week for tour consecutive weeks
in tha COcala Banner.
Thb Agust 9th, 190o
Sea!- S. T. SISTRUNKS
Clerk CircuitCourt.
H. L- ANDERRSON.
Complainant's Solicitor.
A true copy.
Attest S. T. SISTRFNK. Clerk,
2;: By H. C. SISTRU7NK. D.C.

TAX DEEE NOTICE.

W HEki:ASZ. W. J. HOGAN HAS PR FILT*
W ed t.- me Tax Lertificate No. 66- of Avugu
-th-. -. :vering the following land is Marin
ctrv. F:-''craJ., to) -it: east haf of sowtheMUs
;Iart-r -,t:.-c -.' town.aira 13. south. range
a* a:rid u..c: said certificate has demadea
'.-..: e a lax ,'e d.
": r":r. atter the exriratlonof thirty diy
.i:- thi- noAtic., unle redeemed,
.t :. ir.:e:..::a tj :-ue a tax deed to the mid
,'"- ..- :..<:. T cSISTRUNK.
-.(.a:, Clerk Lircuit CoirLt.


TAX CEE3 NOTICE


TAX DEED NOTICE


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TEA POT GROCERY

And we will keep you posted on good things to eat.
ake, our buyer is now in New York, and before
many days we will have new goods rolling in by the
car load. Well tell you about them when they be-
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"DRINK TEA, MADAM," 2
m-m AN U MM... says the wi:e .p-to-date Doctor to a nervous convalescent; of course it won't hurt you, if you get the right kind.
Don't .oi < c x that tea is the most mild and gentle stimulant have? 1
Sorne say tea-drn king is injurious. This is only so when An inferior grade of tea is used. We have never town *
a good T.ea prperly made to harm any one. On the contr i;. the modern physician says it is beneficial.
If y... *u', have a tea that has been raised in the fines cea gardens of the world, a tea that has been carefully
Sc.ured. a '.a i.at h-s been packed in a most scientific and h) .-:nic manner, a tea that when it reaches the consumer
is absoh.A- r. th.r -:: ne of Chase & Sanborn's ,Fa TcTZ. They corne t the consumer in pound and half-
pound a.r-t:ght aded :: .... Thus packed :n're :.; : :s de icate flavor c.- .act with the air. -H
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ct its d &Icate !a" .... ".:...' : .- .. :. -' ", '.:. .vh. ;.,. :. '. and >zU'.a Texa as it is noted for its
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SSweet Spiced Peaches Beefsteak and Onions Cauliflower Chowchow
" Sweet Spiced Prunes Kippered Herring Durkee's Dressing
- Preserved Figs Fresh Herring Tomato Chutney
- Jellies and Jams Lunch Hemng Celery Salad
" Come in and inspect our goods. You will always

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