The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.
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ammml wish. wit reiatiws in o-
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Fiends Uftsrs at the Pas-Amorleam
The Florida editors, about forty in
number, Governor Jennings and some
of his set and the Tampa Light In-
hatry, left Jaekssmville on September
8h ON a special through Pullman
train for Bublo, arriving in that city
em e morning of the eleventh, after
a very pleasant Journey. The party
bad tmir headquarters at Staters
bKtel, which is situated Just a short
dtanwce from the exposition grounds
and has the reputation of accommo-
dating easily five thousand guests.
Mr. .& 0. Painter, who acted as the
head of the press association in the ab-
sueceof Impresident, Mr. B. B. Tatum,
through the courtesy of Col. T. M.
Weir. Florida commissioner, succeed-
ed in deewaring passes into the exposi-
tion grounds for the party.
The afternoon and evening was
sl*ent in viewing the exposition.
Many of the party had never before
visited an expoaition and to them and
to ,there the Pan-American was a
We first visited the Florida exhibit
which it in the horticultural building
and were warmly welcomed by Col.
Weir, Mr. Pfeiffer and Mis Badger,
.who are in charge of the Florida ex-
hibit. During our stay we visited all
of the most important buildings both
of this country and the South Ameri-
Among to much that is worth one's
attention it is impossible to give an
adequate account, so suffice it to say
that every department was represent-
ed in a manner both pleasing and in-
etruetive to the visitor.
In contrast to the Chicago exposi-
tion, where all of the buildings were
white, hence the appelation, "the
white city." the Pan-American expo-
sition is called "the rainbow city,"
the color scheme of the buildings be-
ing after the 8panish Renaissance.
Whether the color scheme is more or
ism beautiful than at Chicago is a
matter of personal preference.
Bet the palm for being the most
woderfully and beautifully illuml-
Nated expolstion is accorded to the
Pan-American exposition without the
se blance of a dispute. The falls of
Niagara isto of course the power from
whence the great force to generated.
The following description of the elec-
tric glory of the exposition is from
the pen of Mr. Robert Mitchell Floyd,
of Boston, so pleasantly known to the
Florida press association:
The fiery sun had sunk behind great masses
,f beary clouds. making its protest in the angry
raye that here and there pierced the threaten-
ing darkness that grew denser until the arch
of heaven was blackest night.
The whirring wheel of the trolly pole threw
out its land green glare, marking and empha-
missng the more the 'ettled gloom, for it was a
night when bats Sew low. and swallows kept
circlhg near their nests. Soon we reached the
high fence that separated the old city from the
mew and pasming the turnstile we were in the
s4uken Garden where gostly statues that flank-
ed it peered out upon us like frightened things
from their home of gloom, while on either side
and away above us the shadowy outlines of
Agriculture sad Mechanical A:ts buildings are
'p the long flight of steps, in front of the
great Twer., we halted and listened to the
r sh and fall of many waters that gushed with
mighty force trm itsa face. making weird sounds
lke faity masic through the satry air.
On and on, by the Court of the Fountains
where myrteds of tin jets from flowering:cups
emag the water's spray high in air, as soft and
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Our Best Advertisements to
Are not printed-they are the good things said of us
by old customers.
talk to some one who is. ji j
If you are not already with us,
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MIUNTROE & CHAMBLISS,
by the wonderful magic breath of lite. a soft,
tremulous, gentle, dim pink gloom, from three.
quarters of a million incandescent lights,
twinkled and shown like the first rays of the
Slowly, surely, like the life eternal, the ra-
diance grew deeper red, stronger, brighter,
clearer, dazuling white, as from out the dark-
ness sprang celestial glory!
The magnificence of this radiant firmament
of light filled the vision, and caught sad held
the soul aloft, as from every quarter of the com*
pass, forms and curves of innumerable build.
ings were stadr-fd d, while the wondrous
Tower, looming far up in the immeasurable
onyx blackness, gave out a beauty and bright-
ness never dreamed of or known before.
All stood spell-bound, held and thrilled as if
by some command from on high when softly;
gently, like a mother's voice drifted from a cor-
net afar, "Nearer My God to Thee, Nearer to
Thee," and the vast awe struck multitude, with
bared heads and faces aglow with keenest feel-
ing, followed the sacred song in their hearts,
while their eyes beheld the glory of the Light!
The Midway, with numerous won-
derful additions, is there and is In-
tensely popular, thousands of people be-
ing on its streets continuously. When
on its streets it looks as though Mr.
Dooly were not the only one who
"would not have much to his expo-
sition but the Midway, with the arts
and sciences way over in a corner as
small an' obscure as Alice Benbolt's
Thursday, the 12th, was Florida day.
At eleven o'clock the exercises were
held la the Illinois state building by
invitation of those in charge, Govern-
or Jenninls being a native of Illinois.
Quite an interesting program was ren-
dered. oL Weir made a short but
pleasing talk and Introduced Govern.-
or Jenniag, who made an interesting
and eloquent adres.
Another feature of the day was the
drill on the eplanade in the afternoon
by the Tampa Light Inaftry.
On account of a heavy rain at night
the evening program had to be omit-
ted, which was very regrettable, as
all were particularly anxious to hear
the address of Hon. H. H. McCreary,
who had just been voted "the
meeost popular newspaper editor in
After the death of Mr. McKinley
most of the party left Buffalo, some
for Canada, some for other cities In
New York, and others for Washing-
ton, thus separating the party for
good. Quite a number returned to
the exposition after it was reopened.
Nearly all of the party Ireached
home by Sunday.
Everybody was delighted with the
trip and sing the praises of Capt A.
0. McDonald, of the Seaboard Air
Line, who so kindly furnished the
editors transportation as far as Rich-
Great thanks are due Mr. E. 0
Painter, who attended to getting us
paesss into the exposition, and who so
kindly looked after the ladies of the
The Tampa Light Infantry were as-
corded much praise for their splendiI
drilling. They were given a place of
honor in the funeral procession of
President McKinley in Buffalo.
It was a source of great disappoint
ment that our president and secretary,
Mr. B. Tatum and Mr. T. J. Apple-
yard, were unable to be present.
Me 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-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. E. L. Wartman, of Citra, Fla.,
came to Gainesville this week to en-
ter his daughter at Brenau college.
He will soon move his family to this
city and make Ganesvlle his Mare
home. He has purchased real eate
here and subscribed liberally to the
building of the new Gainesvill eottem
mil, and also the electric mrared.-
Gainesvlse (Ga.) correspondseee At-
lanta News, 21.
Here are two advertl-sest which
Appear ame -4e -_
publican, rsmpetively: "I wish to
back the who asdmted me l na kp
lig my Toot from t wlag ft oda.
-J. C. RUBseL "Wasted sam m
hands. I wl give a dollar da,
three meals ad a emtad pie M&
milk lunch at bed tie, d hat beds,
Sunday offand permsslo tolkiss the
hired girl for some farm haMsI-
Have you a sense of fullness In the
region of your stomach after eating?
If so you will be beneftted by using
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They also cure belching and
sour stomach. They regulate the
bowels too. Price S2 cents. Samples
free at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
We have control of
THE TONIC THAT CURES
BR CHILL AND FEVER
- 25 CENTS -
THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE
.I. .1. G ERIG. Mgr.
P im.ImPTON% (tIUEFU'LLY C(OMPOIXDED
Wholesale and Retal Dealers in
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Men's
and House Furnishin gs
NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS A SPECIALTY.
and for sale
THE BANNISTER SHOE
- 0 NA~gE'AND leSt 0N..CERvepAiR
THE (:ROSS L IfSHE i
Mr. George W. Thames, Jr.. is a
visitor to Ocala.
Mr. J. M. Neely is now a full fledged
citizen of the metropolis.
Big line of children's school shoes
at cost. The Boston Store.
Mr. Benj. ,ams, representing the
savannah Morning News, was in
Mr. Chas. Thomas. a prominent
sheep raiser of Fort McCoy, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. B. L. Anderson has been visit-
iag Talahassee. He was accompanied
by his son, Robert.
Mr. 0. W. Neville, the popular agent
of the Plant System at Julllette, has
been transferred to Dunnellon.
Miss Peta ulster left yesterday for
for her home in Spellman, Ga., where
she will reside in the future with an
Angus Birdsey and Osco Zewadski
leave today for Gainesville, where, on
Menday, they will enter the East
Mrs. C. J. Phillips and daughter,
Aana Milon, returned home Monday
after spending a month most pleasant-
ly at Monte Verde.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brown, Jr., are
bamk from their wedding trip which
they spent in New York City and at
the Pai-American exposition.
We hope the report is not true that
Mr. E. L. Wartmann is going to take
up his residence in Gainesville, Ga.
He s too good a citizen for Florida to
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe left
yesterday on the Apache, of the Clyde
UAe, for New York. Before their re-
tar they will visit de Phan-Ameri-
e sand other places of interest.
Be& Tom Palmer, of Tampa, was a
got of the Osa Ho several days
thi week. H speaks hopefully of
Thmpa's a ortamee as a seaport city.
Itis the gdway to Cuba and the
Seuth Aneriea s Anes.
Mr. Edward HIfer has returned
from hi northern trip where he has
bees viUsitng his fam While away
he visited the anamian exposi-
tes, New York ty sad other north-
Wer point. His family are now visit-
lg rlativ In Maryland.
When you want a pleasant physic
try the mnew remedy, Chamberlain's
Stomach and Uver Tablets. They
a easy to take and pleasant in effect
Prim S easts. Bold by Anti-Mooop-
ely Drug Store. mI
The meet delicate constitution can
aly se Bllard's Horehound Syrup.
It is a m and pleasant remedy for
onhle, less or vote, and all throat
and lung troubles. Price 25 and 80
emts. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
See the Boston tore's line of shoes
that are selling at cost before buying.
The last issue of the Tropical Sun
did not contain a single reference to
the Orala Banner and not more than
half a diaen others concerning
"divorce;" Incurable, or otherwise.
The editor'i. malady does not seem to
Ie entirely hopeless.
Mr. Tlimonias Edwards, of Philadel-
phiaa, It In
uncle, Mr. Thomas Reedy. He will
pr)Iltdly remain in our city the com-
Mrs. Frank Harris and Miss Kara
Harri- returned last saturday from
their visit to to the Pin-American
.1r0.itiimn. They had a delightful
trip mun were plIemst, with the ex-
.I vt r declared's itself toy
lu'r'--ue ~Iii ttal (Iepru'sionh, lac*k
of tI-Iley r Iti sS it SS, naelazwlcolyT
Mrs, J. T. Lancaster and daughter,
Miss Lucile lancaster, returned yes-
terday from St. Petersburg and Clear-
water where they have sending the
Mr. C. E. Abson, who has been
spending several months at Saratoga,
and other watering places, for the
benefit of his health, returned home
Mr. W. P. Strunk in renewing his
subscription to the Ocals Banner says
he hopes that Marion county will be
well represented at the state fair,
which he will try and visit and extend
his trip to Ocala. We hope that it
it may be his pleasure to do so.
As an external ligament of most
wonderful penetrative and curative
power, Ballard's Snow Linament is
not equaled by any:other in the world.
Price 25 cents and 50 cents. For sale
by Anti-Monopoly Drug tore. m
J. H. Brinbon has returned from
Ocala, Leesburg and other points in
the interest of the commercial de.
apartment of East Florida Seminary.
He reports very flattering encourage-
ment and believes the trip will turn a
good harvest.-Gainesville Sun.
"I had a running sore on my leg
for seven years," writes Mrs. Jas..
Forest, of Ciopewa, Falls, WIs., "and
spent hundreds of dollars in trying to
get it healed. Two boxes of Banner
Salve entirely cured It". Beware of
substitutes. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Miss laude Miller, of Ocals, is
visiting Mrs. J. T. MeMillan in this
city. Miss MUler is well known in
Gainesville, having resided here for
some time. Her numerous friends
were naturally glad it an opportu-
nity to renew aequalntenance and
Vernie Stevens has returned &nam
New York, where he went to purchase
the stock of goods for the John McCar-
thy Stoe, of which he is the manager.
While away be visited his old home
in Erie, Pa., and also spent a short
while at the Pan-American expo-
The first yacht race of the series be-
tween the American cup defender,
Columbia, and the Shamrock II,
yesterday, was called off on account of
run not being within time limit. The
Columbia reached outer stake seven
minutes ahead and kept in the lmad all
the way tback.
Tabler's Bukeye Pile Lintment re-
lieves the interne itching. It soothes,
heals and cures chronic cases where
surgeons fal. It is no experiment;
it salei increase through its cures.
Every bottle guaranteed. Price 50
cents in bottles, tubes 75 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
I Pensacola comes to the front with
oil indications which analyses prove to
be the genuine stuff. Marion county
has had that long since. Indeed, it has
the shale, the gas, which has under-
gone thorough tests, and surface
samples which the chemist's labora-
tory declare to be the genuine article.
It has everything but a gusher. That
as the only thing needful to make the
proof of the pudding sure.
Mr. E. T. Helvenston, for H. B.
Masters; Mr. Jake Brown, for the
Tea Pot Grocery; Mr. BeL Rheinauer,
for Rheinauer & Co.; and Air. Jake
Kline, for Kline & Campbell, have re- ,
turned from New York, Boston, Phila.
delphia and other northern markets.
Ocala will have no lack of goods. c
These gentlemen bought the best and c
aI quantity of it. Incidentally, they t
had a pleasant time.
Some weeks ago the drug store of
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The Atlanta Journal has started the
effort for the erection of a monument
to the late President McKinley by the
people of the South.
It is a patriotic movement that we
believe will bear good fruit.
It was at Atlanta that President
McKinley gave expression to the pa-
triotic sentiment that the time had
arrived for the "nation to care for the
The movement started by the At-
lanta Journal is warmly seconded by
the prem and pulpit of the whole
Rev. C. B. Wilmer, rector of St.
Luke's church at Atlanta, has contrib-
uted =25 and an eloquent plea for the
erection of the monument.
He says It would be a "profoundly
religious and patriotic act."
"There can be no question," says
this distinguished preacher, "that
through his death at he hands of an
asassin the virtues of William Mc-
Kinley are t brought home to the Amer-
ican people and the world as could
never otherwise have been the case."
We remark by way of parenthesis
that the Ocala Banner gave expres-
sion to a similar utterance and was
foolishly called to task therefore by a
Mr. Wilmer goes on further to say:
'Even an unbeliever in the Christian religion
must admit the historic fact that the Christ
spirit lives more powerfully in human hearts to-
day by virtue of His martyrdom-because he let
shine the light of love and truth against the
lark background of malignant hate."
Further along he says:
',But there was another question, and with the
settlement of that also is associated the name
of William McKinle : Should the country hic
reallyy one in heart and soul? Should patriotism
and love ratify the arbitrament of the .swod?
* By this attitude toward old Confederate offi
cers, by his noble words spoken in tlii city. hv
his being president ot the whole country, and
crowning all hy death, William Mckiulcv has
melted all hearts into one.'
The noted divine caps his eloquent
plea as follows:
"Let us not only t.ke home thew-t- e-sNrs to
our hearts. but let uii al-o ptrprtuate the mitm.n
I Death of A. N. R. Frederick.
Last Sunday afternoon at b is home
in this city, Dr. A. H. R. Frederick
died very suddenly of heart failure.
The deceased was sixty-six years of
age, and was born at Cusseta, Ala., in
Dr. Frederick was graduated in
medicine before the outbreak of the
war, and during that struggle he was
assistant surgeon in the 47th Ala-
bama regiment, Hilliard's legion.
He came to Ocala in 1890) and dur-
ing his stay here vigorously prosecut-
ed the practice of his profession. He
was ruling elder in the Presbyterian
church, and a member of the Knights
His remains were shipped last Mon-
day to his old home at Lafayette, Ala.,
where they were interred.
Dr. Frederick leaves a wife, two
sons, three daughters, three brothers,
a number of sisters, a nephew, Hon.
C. M. Brown, of this city, and a large
circle of friends to mourn his sudden
death. The Banner extends its sym-
pathy to the sorrowing relatives.
Turpentine Operators Will Meet In
Hon. J. W. Hillman, vice-president
of the Turpentine Association, has
called a meeting of the members ef the
same operating in this vicinity to be
held in Ocala, Oct. 3, for the purpose
of organizing a sub-organization, in
accordance, with the constitution and
by-laws of the turpentine operators
association held in Jacksonville on
the 10, and 11 of September.
It Is hoped that the meeting will be
A Little Knows 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
Arranging for the Conventione e
Quite a number of turpentine oper-
ators were in Ocala yesterday. We
note the following: Messrs. Louis
Lang, F. Lang, Walter Ray, J. B.
Lucus, D. A. Clark, J. A. Harrison,
B. R. Hinson, L. Home. They were
arranging for the big convention to
come off in this city October 3.
White Cream Vermifuge is perfect-
ly harmless, and will remove every
worm. It is also a tonic, and by its
strengthening properties will restore
to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health.
Price 25 cents. For sale by Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. mI
Death of Sa old Citizen.
Mrs. Solomon Thrilling died sud-
denly Thursday morning of heart
failure. She was fifty-eight years old
and had been living in Ocala for
thirty-five years. She leaves a hue.
baud and four children who were de-
voted to her.
A Seathera Meanment to Mekitley.
ina Powders) is
and in no single
indispensable to us,
instance has It ever
proved a failure. We have tried
soothing medicines, and everything
known to us and "old women," and
your Teething :Powders are pre-
eminently a success and bleming tp
mothers and children.
Yours truly, etc.
J. M. DFLACY.
-Sold by Tydings & Co.
Shoes at the Boston Store-all kinds
Within the last forty years only
seven men have been called to the
presidential chair in the United States
and of those seven three have been
amlsnaatd. Three out of seven are
a good many.
s #im of treb a mad odm aeftes
the thickened cadcle, CVICURA
OINTMENT, to atmtly atay tcD
lag, i"l-mata- sd, Ugtle
sad seoheand heal, andJ11w
RESOLVENT, to cool sad cemse
thelMood. A SINGLE SEToftheo
greet skiU crnatives 1 *ofteM i.
cleat to cure the meet tara
disfiguriag, itchilagbrag, Nwlee
ln., crusted, scaly, s adpm|,
skin, scalp, amd bleod hamems
with loss of hair, whoaaellaella.
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
Usa cuact80A Sow, wslsted by Cv.
CUe OItXxr.T, for presering, pIrifyn
and beautifying the skin, for leansin the
scalp of crusts, scales, and dandmff...
IemakaMtEe dI-to .
There were a great many remark**
ble editorials written on the death of
President McKinley. Perhaps the
most remarkable was the one that ap-
peared in the Dunnellon Citizen.
We quote one or two sentences:
"In commenting upon the tragic
death-death by martyrdom of Pres'-
dent Wm. McKinley--will say that we
have been reading about and after
him ever since his first asprancy for
the presidency of these United Stte.
He was undoubtedly one of the most
efficient presidents we have ever bad.
He was always on the alert look-
ing forward for the welfare of the
American people, and saw to it that
they had every protection from all
the assails that may come from with-
out his jurisdiction."
"If we preferred utilizing the im-
ported products instead of the home,
there were ways and means for us to
get them, and pay the duty became
there was demand for labor and wages
was good, which is far better than
free trade and the consumer of the
same without employment at any
"Take him as a peace-maker, and
we can thruthfully say in his behalf
'Blessed are the peace-maker' not-
withstanding we had war under his
administration. 'It must needs be
offenses come; but woe to that man by
whom the offense cometh.' This lat-
ter was the man that blew up the
'Maine' in Havana harbor."
"At the close of the last presidential
campaign, many a southern man went
to the polls voted democratic and
praying republican on account of our
government being less tyrannical
than it had been for years."
"President McKinley, deceased, will
nDeer be forgotten by no civilised
nation, whether they were exact fol-
lowers of him or not. He had a
thousand commendable traits of char-.
acter to one of the reverse. The
longer we lived under his adminib-
tration the better we liked hinm,
and we can only hope that his suece-
sor will keep on the lines of his pre.
decessor, and he will soon win the
confidence of the south as well as the
Hatchechubbee, Ala., June 30. 1875.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-Dear Sir: I can as-
sure you that your Teethina (Teeth-
One large n e
oven .... ............... -s4 o
Stovr, tw o h watm
Oil Stoe e
oven .............. 4 0
One Improved Dmee Flame Oi
Stove, new, two m ,
no ovee .......... ......... 7 7
Outn chest brpeater's Tels,
complete, a big bari UM at
Lot new Hat Back, 46 to 1 3o
I[t Mowing y cebap
We have always oe h0ad
In new and secoed hand: hrmWtam e
all kinds. You winl do wl to call
V'ILA lIVTVMMg C.
for DSam Vaim
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
Am aDtYAAly pOeD cream of tarAr powder.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Wf naoti be aSl tht k mm by Me'o1
Sw, but It will be if neglctd.
The uneasiness after amthl. Al -O.f
Ow headache, sumres of the tw "
disagreeable elching may r very .
now. but they will oe U the s*tust
suffered to grow wtaker.
Dyspepsia is nuch a22 fierasblwe*
that the tendency to It1 0Mold be giv.
early attention. This Is ompleWey o-r
which strengtbenthewbol dlhtelw t.7.
Camp e**ttag at Fert 111N-
For above secason will We round
trip tickets OcIla to Fort WIt.. So n-
day, Sept. 2, for 76 fet". Spe8lw'
train leaving Osla 6:40 a. m. via
Julietteand 7:10 via Roehcble. R-
t tming, leave Fort White 801 p. m.
Tickets limited to date of sle
Will sell round trip tickets Or ls to
Fort White 8ept. 24th to bth, poi.l
returning Sept. 30th for $S.
On Thursday October3rd, will swl
round trip tickets Ocals to DIelad frl
$1. Leave OIals on speeal train I a.
m. arrive DeLand 11:35 a. m. Re-
turning leave De Land :l1o p. a.
Tickets limited to date of sale.
On Monday september 30. will all
round trip tickets Ocalsa s. Tamp. f..r
(2. Leave Oeala 3:25 p. m. arriving
Tamps 10 a. m. Tickets limited to ro-
turn until Oct. 3, 1901.
For further informatiem and tiekefs
Call on A. E. Gerif, depot sObet
agent, H. G. Hayeraft, ity ticket
A aglug, Seeemeg Mee"
Washed down a telegraph iae white
Cha. C. Ellis, of lb Ia, bad to
repair. "Standlog waat deep l Iney
water," he writes, "gav me a terrible
eld aad enough. It grew weoe daily.
Finally the bat doeton in Oakhaod,
Neb.,SioxCltyam dOmahasMld I had
consumption and could not live. Thbe
I began using Dr. Klags New Die.
covery and was wholly cured by sie
bottles." Positively guaranteed Wr
coughs, colds and all throat and lun"
troubles by Anti-Monopoly Dreg
Store. Price 50e. 6
Cheap etes to La- taier L
The Plant System for the fnst and
last time this season, will give the
p-ph from a1 ever the elatoe a o.
portunity to visitthat 1 beatful ea
national city, DelAnd, Fla. Oet. L
The good people of DeLand, mated
for their general h plty, am
theiridooI and Inviteo o amd ad to
command ejoy the day with them
Specal t lan will leave 0SS at a
u. Faren road trip*l. ad Npr
tlonalliy low rate ftam ether pAte
For further lamaties a m -
addrem, Albert rg0 a M ;
F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., giaubmhlgo:
W.V. LAhey, D. P. A., T1mp.
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THE OCALA BANNER.
The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."
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THE OCALA BANNER, SETKrrMBER 27, 1901.
Ml*st 1 All individual or collective
* tli*,tt competingg for premiums
mt|e i.- -f1 Marion county origin.
No article shall compete for tso
rTh. erash of points shall be d.e-
',-tmItled t. three. on|cmpetent judg..-Z.
4 All exhidts must 1w Iin place not
at.* than Tuwda-dy morning. Nosem-
:,* or they will n
i. en.nte as uImpevlas for premiums.
.. On e-r of exhibits intending to
-.41I the.- same at the close w of the Siat;t
Van ill lI t quiredl to prepay the
'rto ih#' in the namen IwNforte shippli'..
*. The |pIsA aat of premiums her-
aft, ie.eswrl.ed depends upon Marion
* It*at having the best collective
,Net%( e.'lhibitt at the Siate Fair.
hitelppna tags will Itw furnitshdl
.* x0ni1torit spuwm application iw-ing
mad.- to II W. Iamg. State Fair Com-
mamikeM-r of Marone county. addressed
to Martel Flonda.
k'.t eoldi-tjve agricultural ex-
hit trm elctk om district .$25 00
t' wed trest collective agricul-
ural exhibit from election
tW rtct .... ............ 15 00
lb-t 4div4aidul collective agr-
c tural exhibit ........... 15 00
Aim ned best individual collec-
ttir agricuktral exhibit .. 10 00
It hale of hay made of Flor-
Ida grasses. ao less than .40
pi 4s ..... .......... 5 0
seet bale of hay made of beg-
gar w4oeds. ot k-am than 4*,
It-t haie of haYr made of pea
vtiae. *sat ls tha 2hI .. 00
K.-st hale of hay made of pea-
*#e vinew sot le than ;!4
P.Mi s ...s..... 0)
,*, hae ir of hay made of any
tar homr. Oa Nleas than
3* p as .... ** 00
b-sI aware u lee o oats 1.... 00
w-1 dewe huade of fodder.. (00
t* p t of ye ...... 00
Men pr sstalk of corn on
Os4 d4mse ears of ... fo
Swt thar el of eor mto the ear. 100
rw pir katr r.h. r ..ce .. 1 00
Smov peft of beanle 50
1es t ihumel of vewlet beans 00
SA sgpatmet of p es by the
s p&t of peanuts ... I
lJermt awd fullest vier of pea-
ut orPids ..... 1 00
lb-st hushe of swoet potatos 1 00
Mmo bUshot Irish pntat ,. 1 040
steo haJf drm cabbage 1 00
twao Perk of aktim 1 4oo
r-lM halt foe- pumphkins 1 CI6
Io hkalf do**** ke.rsoha'tI on*
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6, pnrs sar-te-t nan."l
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l,-t 1al- of S.:z l.slan-l cotton.. 20 00
S.- ..< 1,<,,t b;Itl' of Swa Island
S -ottiton ... ..... ........... 10 00
Sugar Cane. Syrup and Sugar
il -? s lilf < l' ii n;ml~as of 1*iigar
Iil" ... ........ ...... .. .. 2
S. ,,il I,,.-t half ,,)z, .' stalks
*if |si'l 4'lii .... ....... 1 j(}
I'o)ttlil !' ( iili' ji .... 1 !
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it...t 1lt pound... of brown sugar. 5 00
S 'oil l le.o< 1.t pounds of sugar 3 00
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Ow mmm Whealth en4 veiumming I ruen
h I% tn.hhis as emvpv a~A iwjde(4the dM.
.*" h .vi g'dyA eamnm and the Sam 4x
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Oft-.1 amm Glme1M~w vose sad rrm.
amA ~ualV to _'Ljtiwbiaes. Local
mi -mammm vIr1S hb' mukung and to wine
es toat afilwoft pu. aimwj,.ijta ech the lheat
4d time to --9hSi. 0 and so tat ul
ha. ad bapek h-ma y~ condition.
Cv.IN Oim.h~.w cusmtuuuc bas broken
&on I '1 1mn; wladwhim nothing
04W-am. It ampgahe theurich. purebl"041
wvemarvto heel the sum &adnd uunst
Obrindvsameud. &dmsmmed body.
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Sul 01anod o -ae eveg me Ilereump
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italic llUd PUrniezci
haawn -conitani ns
pmeummeinU ineral, ;ttiv
ntas the deatr~iou and
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MARION COUNTY P011EMIUM LIST
half dozen hills of cassava
hill of ca s-ava ...........
exhibit of cassava starch.
exhibit of cassava flour ..
cold storage ham of 1900..
side Florida-cured bacon.
pound of lard made in 1900
pound of lard madt in 1901
sample of pickled beef ...
1h,'st quat! of honey in comb...
Best quart of extracted honey .
lb !t half box of oranges .....
Ih -t half Iox ,)f lemon-.......
I'. -t half box of grapefruit ....
llt t half box of lime.s ........
Il< t half hox of tan ,' -ines ...
IS' -t ..ample of pin appile)pi.
SheIlde .. .............
BI t puuindt of lutte'r .........
*. :-T qd ailt jar (if ipeaci s ......
1,-t quart jar of preserved
peaches ........ .........
tHost quart jar of fig preserves...
Lest quart jar of pears .......
Iest quart jar of pineapples ...
Best quart jar of gur..'as ......
Best quart jar of plums .......
Ht st glass of guava jelly ......
Best glass grape jelly ........
Best glass quince jelly ........
Best glass pear jelly ..........
Rest glass plum jelly .........
Rest glass apple jelly ........
Best glass peach jelly .......
Best glass huckleberry jelly...
Rest glass blackberry jelly ....
Rest jar preserved plums .....
Best jar preserved watermelon
rind .......... ...........
IBest jar preserved pears......
Rest jar preserved figs ........
-Best jar preserved cherries ...
BHst bottle tomato catsup ....
Best bottle pepper sauce ......
Iest quart of green corn ......
Best jar of tomatoes ..........
Lest quart of home-made vin-
egar ........ ............
Rest quart of pecans .........
lhest box Japan persimmons ...
Best display of phosphate, diplo-
Best display of kaolin, diploma.
Rest display of other minerals,
Best display of macadamized
road material, diploma.
Best formed six-footed pig ....
Best display of hickory and
other hard woods, diploma.
Best display of curly pine, di-
Best display of yellow pine.
Best display of lime rock for
chimneys and houses ..... 3 00
Best display of Marion county
brick ...... ............. 3 00
Best half dozen Marion county
grown and made brooms..- 3 00
Bkst half dozen axe handles... 1 00
Best specimen of vegetable
crates .......... ......... 1 00
Best display of vegetable and
orange crates. baskets, box-
es and barrels, diploma.
Best display of samples of work
at foundry, diploma.
Best display of other manufac-
turing products. diploma.
Rest display of manufactured
cigars and cheroots ...... 5 00
The above premiums are offered as
a supplement to the regular premi-
ums offered by the officials of the
State Fair. H. W. Long.
State Fair Commissioner for Marion
MWarie Suday Seheel Asseateti*.
S PROu RAAM.
The fifth Funday school convention
of the eastern district of Marion asso-
ciation will meet with the Baptist
church In Ocala Saturday and Sun-
day, Seeptemt'r 2-' and 29, 1W 1, at
lo a. m. at which hour the moderator
will open the convention with sing-'
ing, reading of scripture and prayer.
The program is as follows :
lo:l' a. m. Address of welcome
tromu the city by Judge W. S. Bul'oek.
1t:;4i> a. in. Address of welcome
from the church, by Josiah Vartn.
1:45 a. mn. Singing. An-wer to
i(oth uldresa ,s of welcome by 1. .s.
11:1i' a. mi. Discussion. Subject:
" What lpart, if any, has the Sunday
,schl"l to do with the emoversion and
reliiotiut education of a person?" W.
1). C('ar, S. B. Lmag, N. A. Fort, W.
I. *, iiith a t*'ll H open dii-.'cusioll.
*2:' I' u. I'rta.e anid lraver tmee't-
inii, l d tay 4'. (I. 'arker.
.;.ti: p. in. l)i scus.iotn Sut.~Iet:
h"\ lat woud Ie tlie t.e't Imt-thol to
rViot.' all itlt'!it:-td iltel'ret''! in Stau-
iday 0...ol s. k ilt this coutly dur-
10 :I 0 a. mi. The moderator will give
portraiture of the lessons for the com-
ing quarter, and use "Bible lesson
pictures" as illustrations.
11 :(0 a. m. Sermon by Rev. W. M.
Wamboldt. of Jackannville.
2:30 p. m. Song service by choir.
3:00 p. m. Query: "What is the
best method of teaching a Sunday
school class and would it be for the
best interest of the work to grade the
school according to merit?" Mrs. J.
C. Porter, Miss Nellie Stevens and an
3:45 p. m. Discusesou. Subject.
"What is the best system for raising
money for school expenses?" W. D.
Robbitt, M. D. Morton, the moderator
and an open discussion.
7 :34 p. in. Praise service, led iby the
S:00 p. in. Closing serinoit by Rev.
S. L. Feris, D. D.
Seven Years in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire
the freinds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity, but "three lbttles ofiElectric Bit.
ters enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three mouths I felt like a new
person." Women suffering from head-
ache, backache, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, melancholy, fainting and dizzy
spells will find it a priceless blessing.
Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Anti-Monopol yDrug Store.Only oe. 5
The South African War.
The Boers have been quite active of
late and have killed and captured four
hundred British, five guns, a number
of small arms and a quantity of amu-
nition. England has a great deal
more trouble on her hands than she
likes to admit.
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain B.lim applied
to a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like in-
jury will instantly allay the pain and
will heal the parts in less time than
any other treatment. Unless the in-
jury is very severe it will not leave a
scar. Pain Balm also cures rheuma-
tism, sprains, swelling and lameness.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
r I ta-You I
Swhen you plant
r erry's 8eed. If you
buy cheap weds you mant
be sure. Take no chance -
t Ferry's. Dealers every-
where Pell them. Wits
for 1901 .Seed Aanual-
WL U. FE TY 6 C0..
a tMiP ch* .^^
A new and complete treatment, comisting of.
Suppositories, Capsules of Ointment and two |
boses of Oiatment. A never-faling cure for
Piles of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, which is painful. and
oten results ia death, anne.esary. W;v en-
dure this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each 9i box. No cure, o pay. esc
and xi a box. 6 tor $5. Sent by mail. Samples
OINTMENT 92C AND C.
AICITlTIAII Cured. Piles Prevented. by
VGBISTIPAT I nJapanese Liver Pe'lets. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small, mild and pleasant to take; es-
pecially adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. 2
EASILY. QUICKLY AND
HI KN I~rD t DR. JEAN O'HARA'S
H INDI (Paris)GREAT FRENCH
TONIC AND VITALIZER is soldwith written
guarantee to cure nervous debility, lost vitality.
failing memory. fits. dizziness, hysteria, stops
all draiuson the nervous system caused by ba&<
habits or excessive use of tobacco, 'pium
li uors or "living the pace that kills. It wardri
,ff iniauity. consumption and death. It c:tar-
the tco.l and brain, builds up the shattered
nerve", restores the fire of youth.and brings the
pink glow-to pale cheeks, and makes voi. "-ung
and strongagain. 5oc. :2 boxes$5; By miailto
any address. Alnti-Mounpoly Drug Store. 2
J. P. Galloway. Prop.
mended for me(
nal purposes, b(
and Free from
heartily recommended by the
F6r sale exclusively by
GEO. A. HUTCHINS Manager
McGrath's Depot for Imported and Domestic W nes,
Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED BAVARIAN BEER
JUG AND BOTTLE TRADE ESPECIALLY SOLICITE')
'Phone No. 9,
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The Montezuma Hotel
E. B.L Abbott. Jr., Mgr.
......... RATES $2.00 PER DAY
:. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND .:
Wonder Entire New Xinagement. Refltted and l eIlrarted.
New Balkh iom. Bet Table Serle.
tW A THOROUGHLY MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOTEL.
A. E. DELOUEST
Sash and Door%,.
READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC
V. D. MORTON.
OC ALA LUMBER COMPANY
(Alan Smesser to Vank-ee *elty. WOs)
Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames, Railings, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
PATJs--IT BEE jaV gtS A SPECIALTY.
; Estimates promptly furr-*hed.
THE SOUTHLAND RABBITRIES
Dealers in .Imported and Fancy Bred
From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Prncess, King Wautage, Duke William and Dash
Wonder. Write us.
W. D. MORTON, Mgr.
GE1TLEKME. Get the New Novel Discovery A TL A N TIC COA ST LI NE
P IGEON M1LK 2 A I;*n wlCdat a?: .z-..:n. s'zhIulc effective Jan. 16. w<
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IJE TIO N -- N. The celebrated New York and Florida
IJECTIO .iv Div D,' :' the finest train in the world. Solid ves
DR. THATCHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
For LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD. Try it.
25 and 50 cents at your Druggist.
O0 xL A, :FLORIDA.
WP. D. MORTON.
THE OCALA BANNER, SIYrrEMBER
WhatM is **in f At Fort McCoy.
R-v. Y. A. Ctrumpton, of Fellow-
hip, has been called to the Baptist
buMr i at tbtis place for the ensuing
Mrm. Noah Erglek, who lived a few
mile northwest of here, died sudden-
ly last week. Sbe was In good health,
apparently, up to a few minutes be-
foe she fel dead. She bad picked
thbr hundred pounds of seed cotton
Sweek before her death, and was
up until midaight singing cheerfuL
8he retired at 12 o'clock, and around
her hbsbad by falling to the floor
with a lamp In her hand, which was
bsekes. When Mr. Ergles got her she
Thw pubte sebool was opened last
Medy under very favorable asumples
A. P. Geier, of Mabville, has
mewed his hfily to Ocala, that his
ebildrn may have the benefit of the
Mls Anna Wells, of this place,
opened Mill Creek school Monday
with a good enrollment.
Master Emanuel Martin returned
home from Stetson University a few
The weather has somewhat cleared
ul. to the joy of the farmers who have
miu. h ettoun to pik. The crop has
be-nj cut off considerably by too much
raili, and what ik open in the fields
it, badly stalned.
Mil Ida Payne has contracted to
teacb the Eureka school for the term.
Capt. Chase. Thomas, of Pine, was
here Mt week looking after steers for
tO Cbana market.
Mm. 0. A. Thomas was taken very
kck last week and Dr. UIndner, of
Aastemy, was sent for.
F. A. Im g & Son are experiencing
esmlismatle trouble, as the river is
so hIgh that they cannot get the
wagem to their warehouse, and
ar esmpeled to haul their spirits and
Wsi1 to sureks.
J. 8. Ondraham will leave soon for Ar-
cadia, where he will be engaged as an
ezport onrse packer for this season.
D. B. Brinson, John Hering and a
mea by the name of Counts engaged
nl a Atcuff bout last Thursday, which
maulted in Herring getting consider-
ably the worst of it.
Mr. and Mr. D. F. Simmons, of
Turner Farm, were visiting relatives
here last Sunday.
Mrs. (ora Dinkin-, oftMontague, is
vi-ating her parent- at this place.
tsed late Live Coals.
*When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Heads, of
Jonesrille, Va., "which caused horrible
leg mwrts for 34) years, but Bucklen's
Arnisa Salve wholly cured me after
everything else failed." Infallible for
berns, scalds. cut., .re,, bruises and
il. Hold by Anti-Monopoly Drug
IiMpreMerat al Proearss the Word
W. J. Ellis & Bro., arrived Sunday
with fifty hands to put up a large saw
mill near Suenmerfield, on the Lake
Weir branch of the ieabord Air Line
railroad. Ellis & Bro., have bought
fourteen thousand acres of timber
laud here, and moved their mill from
Kirkland, Ga., to this place.
W. 8. West is cutting ,50,oo00n to G0,.
000 feet per day; Ellis & Bro., east of
town, will cat aI,<00 feet per day.
Dr. W. V. Newsm, of Ocala, is
briuging in machinery to put up a
Mm factory, irsto mill and cotton gin
and expects to have It working soon.
MIs. 8. N. Dillard's father is visiting
her, and expects to remain some time.
He is in his eighty-ffthiyear, but is
hale aad hearty for a man of his age.
Dester Newsom and family, of Ocala,
vitsted in town, and remained for
m dral days.
Cotton picking, gathering corn and
hay is occupying the farmer's atten-
tion now. Meeh rain during the last
week or on has damaged cotton some-
Fall gardens have been planted and
are looking well.
Mrs. lHnnlug'" and D,etor New-
Pomm's orange groves look like:old times
again. Both groves have a good
The east Perseriptseo for Malaria'
('Bills and fever is a bottle of
Urover' Tastelews Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No eure-no pay. Price 20e.
e e Irtls Petatees Narvesated n Spriag
"Ma be Presemed.
Prem bulletin No. 8, under the date
lept.emser 15, 1911, has been imued
from the Florida experiment station,
department of agriculture, relating to
tih care of Irish potatoes harvested in
the spring and held for fall planting.
The bulletin to as follows:
"'Tere having been a great number
of squirles as to the keeping of Irish
moatowe from the srinr crop for fall
"Spreading the potatoes on a board
floor was unsuccessful, as the potatoes
turned green and shriveled, being
then unfit for either shipping or plant-
"On trying a mixture of lime and
dry sand, in the proportion of one
pint of lime to a bushel of sand, it
was found that, while the potatoes
did not decay, they were no longer
viable, the lime apparently killing the
eyes and thereby preventing them
from sprouting successfully. Dry
sand alone produced better results.
"The method t has proven uni-
formly successful at the station has
been to take a salt crate, place a layer
of pine straw In the bottom, then a
layer of potatoes, covering them with
a layer of pine straw, and continue
the process until the crate is filled.
Finally the crate Is covered with a
layer of pine straw andistored in the
barn without further attention. On
taking the potatoes out in the) all
they have been found to be'sound and
fresh In appearance, and, there has
been no difficulty as to their sprout-
ing when planted.
"Fall planting at the station has
just been completed. The potatoes
cared for as above described were in
prime condition; in fact, they were as
good as, if not better than, seed po-
tatoes shipped from the north. The
variety of potato that has been used
with the greatest success at the station
is No. 4 Rose, it never having been
affected with black heart here. As
regards the yield, :out of sixty-seven
varieties planted in the experiment,
it proved the most prolific.
"J. F. MITCHELL,
To Cure a Goe I. *e Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, Alliruggists refund the money
if it fails to care. E. W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25c.
From the 0oeals Evenig Star of
April st, log.
"We are indepted to Mr. IGeorge
Close for the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the most successful trucker
in the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is prosperous."
Mr. Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
had especially adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
and tomato seed. See display adver-
vertisem ent in another column. 7-12tf
A Poor Millionaire
Lately starved in London because
he could not digest his food. Early use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would
have saved him. They strengthen the
stomach, aid digestion, promote as-
similation,improve the apyetite. Price
2Sc. Money back if not satisfied.
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drum r.ot e.
Only 25c. **
All persons engaged in Iu'.iinsr' or
professions requiring a state :n I coun-
ty license are required t, tak siine
out on October 1, 19)1l.
R. BUL'LuCK, E. P. THAGARD,
County Judge. Tax Collector.
You oeow What V** Are fakiag
When you take Urove's Tastelees
Chill Tonic, because the formula Is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 5c. t
Ten thousand strawberry
fine variety. September iA
time for planting. Address
F. Williamson, Ocala, Fla.
Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty of repairing
fine violins and guitars.
W. 1. PIKE.
P. O.Box 655, Ocala, Fla. 8-2
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. 82tf
Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock
chickens for sale by Mrs. J. F. Wil-
liamsou. Hens, $1, roosters, $2.50,
weight, from 5 to 8 pounds each. Par-
ties wanting as many as: five or ten
hens, 80 cents each. 8-30.1m
Wanted-About 500 feet 1I in gal.
vanized pipe, 12 Globe valves same
size. 8. K. Brown & Son, Lemon
City, Fla. 9.27
If you want canaries pure buy of
Wa-. I -F 'Ftlls..m.m. m m- l to Kan
Scott's Emulsion is not a
good medicine for fat folks.
We have never tried giving it
to a real fat person. We don't
dare. You see Scott's Emul-
sion builds new flesh. Fat
people don't want it. Strong
people don't need it.
But if you are thin Scott's
Emulsion is the medicine for
you. It doesn't tire you out.
There is no strain. The work
is all natural and easy. You
just take the medicine and
that's all there is to it.
The next thing you know
you feel better-you eat better
-and you weigh more. It is
a quiet worker.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BoWNL, tChmiI.-, 4 I.Pearl St., N. Y.
5,j And .oo;, all drugiA l
a n's Comfort.
It isn't to be sup-
posed that we would
overlook the impor-
tant matter of shirts
for men. Here are
some beautiful pieces
-madras, fine ging-
you will, with hand-
some color effect s in
almost any shade
you may desire.
And the prices are
w o r t h considering,
It isn't too late to
buy a parasol; there
is plenty of sunny,
hot weather still to
come,aud plenty of
reason fo)r buying
just now. The solid
worth of these par-
asols will surely
make you happy in /
purchasing o n e.
Some silk, some /
ful and all with
For Fall Walnt<,
We are already show-
inl: some of the heav-
'., r vxds for fall-
some beautiful pieces
S'(" wailits of heavy
silk and light titunel.
', ,., ,re in solid col-
ors or figured, as you
may choose, and you
41 "Or ,.tO oe of
the vmuost poputir pat-
terns at popular pri-
c- .,- ..,iit'ii the
ear"' Pl'tr a'.d get
Come Here -
When You Want
Beautiful C stylish Fomfortable
UGGIES CURRIESS ARRIAGS PANS
asty worthy onest erviceable
TRAPS WAGONS ARE ADDLES
You'll Find It Here.
S. A. STANDLEY, Ocala, Fla.
WKOut of Tow. Trade sod Mall Orders Espeelally desired
HiAIR' DjW A R E .
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
BARBED WIRE, CUT AND
OILS, VARNISHES, AT-
LANTIC WHITE LEAD,
ALL KINDS OF
GLASS AND PUTTY,
IRON PIPES AND FIT-
N THE LINE OF BUILD-
ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC.
MENTS, DEERE PLOWS,
PLANET JR. GROVE CUL-
TIVATORS, ALL KINDS
OF GARDEN TOOLS,
LERY, IRON AND STEEL
BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS,
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVYL
LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.
Hubbard & Macduff.
*WE EAT MEAT
To grow strong. Unless we get
good meat we may as well let
it alone. There is no strength
in tough meat-instead of giv-
ing, it takes strength to digest
it. It pays to be careful in
buying meat-be sure to get
the best-tender and choice.
Pay a little more if need be and
put something in your stomach
which will put flesh on your
bones and strong blood in your
Nails 9 and 4 City Market, Oeala, Fla.
The plant System
M. FI SHEL,
a a Florida
Veg -. "Ij Ie .!
Protects orchards, gardens, cotton,
corn, tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetables
from the ravages of insects without
the use of poison or spray. Send $1.00
for sample trap by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN ,EVFRY
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman,
6-28 Ocala, Fla.
Wee local notice in another column.
Via all rail
The S .
THROUGH CAR LINE TOI FLORI A.-
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
m 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 Phila.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York, Wash-
ington and Baltimore.
Key West and Havana.
Via Port Tampa and
The Peninsular and
"Noyva Scotia and Prince Edwards Island
Via Boston and the Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line.
Sum mer Tourist Tickets
Will h e ant- ml all awnin.4. sn. *n.. tha a...... A A. .- -
THE OCALA BAINER, SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.
T tr- vl"I ofw f th 0(iL a alrt
l tt. 'ala veaMr kindly and hu-
Ia* ,4ASv st a We rgcr'ou knife as
a urp I.r ralpe, title if *-oume. after
ftl m -T th, writer would ff'err at:
aitme4.wul : That the knife Ier erm-
I I,.yIl ,fare tLre <*< numuation
Hm ti 4 aMI.-14I Sl d llest .e t.nit. titlf- ,.f
all tis. I g I nit .4-f ,'rimr ., which' are
*. rl.l 'he result -of tiUWeity ,or bIrutal
imwra..- amtIst enUerally both, and
the rwu't ,.f la*w-tvac u*e.ur duri ng th.
prta4d of ,wtatio ,u fn the part o! the
Theb remly,. if emaployrd in hild-
ha"d. say the yarn between thre- and
*v- for aU mae u ,abstwing tra~t of
AfWa es tractcU will also uudoubt-
.~y ei-e ti'ths grave and ver groww-
lug ra .w mUethim In tbohe th. But
If ('sBat Telti is riffht and the ex-
Iite-ts. of the entire humanity de-
mstal4r. tbeu let mn heated the law to
all r* under the stars and striped,.
h-.p'ilgc that all .tther civillsed nations
will s.itu follnw suit: if the near fu-
u** hab nothing better to tffer to
lastalittd. Than a -'a!lei (
r-n thiatioGn. it Were better Countt
1i.*t i metlhil of extermination
**4 a4d,.t*-. aiad alilute ailtianenee
1**a4 *hatarVy mI%-i-, a- easy as4 .-.
Ui.U* tA utrrltu*rorphous aloe
eithwr tI Ia. w.il rre ye.ll.Olw or
i,**o it **fa t tratuts t. .hol<-d. ediu-
rated seed Itim4bed| uito a ulntleman
at tew vie am- IboyM toy emliyintg the
elgmi o ai horbrhedflers. or c Ihe <'tln
se eMd Wntil theW ir trial i, maie
em a* ttee abetMders of thise who
S*U t, perpgetase aieutifle" aud
wholly at*ur4 mthesds.
MA RTNKItl t.
II to me4ssitaieg bhow pmat a change
a* r 9ar of married life make in
th e sagos and dilpoedtion of
m y Wemins. The fe hneaw., the
rhermW. tahe bntllitare variah like the
thow i4. tfromS a p whb which is rude-
1 heanl4d Tte aMtrnaitm i m a dins
adinW, a uat e ho' of the ,'harming
a .alMe. They' arve tw, rveaon. for
then. the vu0arant- and ne.l,'t.
ee )**ut etawnett algre .iate the
daea. t.. thv saytven tbrougth tihe
tane.tm *i hbh ,-mte with marriage.
Noe tergl-Wt to, deal with the uin-
Mnealt 4 dranme. whwih are **fton ron.
**e *aW< a'. Omarriag aund muotherhimouI,
most *4adueutoanding that this sPort
4IMim sa r.4b4ua tihe lebek of Its ftreh-
am d the4 i I of its fairness. As
*wys ao the general healtb suffers
ehIM thetr to dearagmernt of the
oaIof tf the derklt
si epiwy e them ne ara es-
msb.etm t iMetb th e Ibee and form
,s *e wtaew sio the fait in renewed
.valmem. Half a million women
s4d *aw* beav' fnid thalth and hap-
te mi I Ihe m w of lrt. Pt r.ie'.- Favor-
Ie P'lv rag*rlm*e. It makes weak wo-
amge ,4ogsa asad 4.k women well.
Thter will a maw meeting held
a V ,etmeip ehureb. Thartlay a ,.'t.
ad. I0,I at i.- ne.luk a. n. ,r tbe
e..* |wslisg the s*tt,'. of lthe 'iuntty
.-.iamwaeersr tn rgard.l to hard
'*,d* at llthir met mteet.ng ,,a < '*t.
5fr3t Is.t.-twted In the Btlch-
e e ala r ani rued rematinaiug as
*HC lead ut. aiad letlg comtru..ted
wIN tw *tma t ah w met lmg.
%sUr a rtw,4ttatt f4 the emtaity
v~mms~e in mmthe (rales"nsuer of
~ l ~ 04 H. Bur. H..
0 oae" easmoll a Ores
TenMultbang sWd hinting proprtifs
sho the.remdy. Ito pleasant taste and
proptm4 sad gnersaemt cures have
oundo, ofa grtiat favcwtite with *.em.'plc
eve-rwherw. It toe enallv *.rIrnerd
"j sw~elhernof *mall eAsldren for (l4ds
- r"4in,'sd whewspeag ."'ugb. as it al-
ways af~we .-let, k relsf. and a- it
4r" I- IslayIregive-saa- .e'amfislematly
11* a Ile# so.T-0 bit adUIt. I".r 'ale -Ya
Awl. d ..; Iftax !1ert-. iU
1lint isow U41I'Iril.. Iroil1,i:k a 4.' ~-of
9,901 1 k sit-.110ar.f -Iee N*4. eI..kiat
to* u ..t nit'.' take a i bititer as a -0le
s'-i l~.w i0100.-' saett SISscu
1 164.a! fl aau Ita greiLs'
Ma, 4 f ile #l*- aaa.1 %Ais iv- F let tlilt
I u. ~ ~I -i':at,-,-
i~e'~ If a'i-I .ii5 A10..4
% 611 *'is
A Good Foundation
Means comfort, peace and health.
The blood can't circulate through
poor feet cramped and pinched into
tight rhoes or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
baunios, ad the sluggish circulation
affects the entire health.
We well shoes that are shaped like
the human foot, but yet which retain
an air of elegance and style. Com-
fortable shoes are not necessarily ugly
--uot so at all, if you come here.
G. A. NASH,
-4outh -side of the square. Ocala, Fla.
Alerica's Business Fowl!
T a=N0u Com i OW3 I LXUIO0T.
My breeding stoek are direct from
Ohio aud Tenuemee, are Pare Bred
m- Elofle t Layerw. Eggs for
shipment carefully packed and
good hatch guaranteed. $2.01
iper stting of fifteen eggs.
Reduction for uantitites.
.Alo haven t.ni
HAKIES. Write for prices. Send
for "'The Belgian Hare," a book of
ctimplete in,,truetion for the begin-
ner. Price -2W, postpaid.
R. 0. (CONOR. ODealn. Fla.
THE STAFF OF LIFE;*
H. C. Watkins, sexton of the Metho-
dist church. Springfield, Pa., says:
"My wife has been very bad with
kidney trouble ad tried several doe-
tor- without l uefit. After taking
w"s mnui-h better, and was completely
'urr-l after taking four bottles. Anti-
Moroj4,,liy Drug Store. mU
('z"lgo-z has been tried and co)uvi,'t-
ed and will soum tie eleetromuted. He
was defended by Judge Lewis in a
very able anti elouent manner. Thte
Jury was out only fifty-nine minutes.
Chase. Replogle, of Atwar, 0., was
I'nable to work on account 6f kidney
trouble. After using Foley's Kidney
Cure four days he was cured. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Judgt J. W. Wilson, counsel for
Admiral Schley, expired suddenly
Monday night of acute indigestion,
but the investigation will go on just
You may bridle the appetite, but
you can not bribe the liver to do its
work well. You must be honest with I
it, help it aloLg a little now and then
with a dote of Herbine, the beat liver
regulator. Price .5o cents. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Divine wrvice on Sunday the 29th,
by Rev. <'. M. Gray, at St. James
Miuion. Holy Communion at S:30a.
m. Evening prayer and sermonat 7:30
p. m. At Grace church, Sunday
school at 9:30 p. m. Morning prayer
and sermon at 11 am.
You'll not regret buying a pair of
our shoes at the present low prices.
The Boston Store.
Two huiidred blsNels of po-
tatoes T c v funds
^ oif+,- :-..."-,.-- the
Soil. U ,iicas iu. a ,.itity
is returned to the soil,
S t 2 sAiowing crop will
-. !'vce books teMi* .-'-
-.. c ;. s:;,'n, se and vj::-
* ..:": :et;t%;:crs f r various cro."
S' lcy are sent free.
-;,: -AN KALI WORKS,.
C -Ne21i.' St..
.: New YorC.
Florida Agricultural College
LAKE CITY. FLA.
Four courses of four years, in Agriculture, Mechanical En-
gineerltg, Latiu-S-ience, Cla.si-s. Oune year's course in busi-
utess: Stenography. Typewriting and Telegraphy. A prepara-
tory course of one or two years, as required, for those wishing to
prepare for the college. Post-Graduate courses are also offered.
Young men under military dislcpline. Young women under
refinitu home influences at Foster Hall. Fine modern buildims
and first class equipment. Tuition free to Florida students.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
T. H. TALIAFEBRO, C. E., Ph. D., Preideit.
Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
REGULATES the Liver, Stomach andi hws,
Cleanses the System, Purifies the i
PURES Malaria, Biliousness, CoastiupiM,
U Weak Stomach and Impaired letim.
Every Bettle eiratut ft i SMimt
Price, 50 CentA.
Prcpwed by JAMES F. BALARD. St. lobs, 0
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
McI VER and JA CKA )
..--,-- I --
tiayc .a tail stoofk oaa0M,0a and Burs
Situ of every 4vdiptle. R9pWel tteanti
pas to buIllerviom.
ubalhm-td to Order.
4ltor1efrstr .aasi itf.r I t, .
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
OCALA, FLA., September 27, 19o1.
To the Stockholders of the Manatee Lemon
Y OF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT A
special meeting of the stockholders of the
MANATEE LEMON COMPANY will be held
at the Ocala House, in Ocala, Florida on
Satu day. the rzth day of October. A. D. 19oz.
at to o'clock a. m.,to take action in the following
:. To see if the company will issue and sell
its bonds and secure the sAme by a trust mort-
gage of all its rea! estate, personal property.
franchises and privileges, to provide fundT for
the extension of its business.
2 To see if the company will authorize the
Board of Directors to issue and sell its bonds to
such an amount, to be issued in such sums. to
bear such date. to bear interest at such rate. to
be signed by such officer of the company, and
the principal and interest to be payable at such
t11 es and in such manner, such bonds
to be so authenticated, to be in such
form in all other details and to be
sold at such times in such amounts, as the
board ot directors shall determine, and to cause
to be made a trust mortgage of all the real estate.
personal property, franchises and privileges of
the company to secure the payment of the rin-
cipal and interest of such bonds, in such form,
upon such terms and to such party or parties as
trusteeor trustees as the board of directors shall
determine. and to cause such mortgage to be
sealed with the corporate seal of the company
and executed and acknowledged in the name
and behaMl of the company by sudt officer of the
company as the board of directors shall deter-
mine, and to do all other thin necessary to
carry out such issue of such bonds.
By order of the board of directors.
9-27 WALTER L. PRESTON.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE.
UNDERR AND BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN
order granted on the 26th day of Marc n .
)D. xoot.bvythe Hon. Robert Bullock as county
judge in and for Marion county. state of Florida,
in the matter of the estate of MARTHA JONE .
deceased. I the undersigned. duly appointed! as
ctmmii-iuner therein, hereby give notice that.
-!k dat of octo',te,. A. D. r;oz
between the hcurs of xi a. m and 2 p. in. the
same being the first Monday in -aid mouth. I
will offer for sale. and sell. at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder for cash. in front
of the south door of the court house at 'cala.
the tklowing described real property as the pro-
'[rty in fee -imple of Martha Jones at the time
of tier death, and located in Marion county.
Florida. viz: Lot lettered "GC" on that map or
plat made by T M. Rickards of Joseph Cal!-
well' sub-division of the Alvarez grant., said p
heing recorded in the public records of Mari ua
county. Floiida, in deed book lettered "K' at
page -. said lot being more particularly de-
scribed as bounded on the north by lots lettered
"0"' and T(l ". and on the sauth by lot lett-redt
"R'" asshowu by said plat. Less. however, from
the above ten acre tract. six acres on the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Tones in
her lifetime to Agusta F. Brown. wife of Charles
M. Brown. thus leaving four acres retraining as
the property of the said Martha Jones. and
which I will offer focr sale under anrd b irtue
of the order afortsai!d.
S'U-MTER A BULLOCK.
'; -:t Comiiui'--xotr.
I, t''t Circuit Cuiitt f the Fifth Judki.i Circuit
uf Fici'a in and :or Marion Co: .ty--I:
TAX DEED NOTICE.
W HEREAS, R. K. WARTMANN HAS PRE-
sented to me Tax certificates Nos. i5, z.%.
l87, SS. 210. 2:2. 214. 21i. 20 231, 232, 235, 244,
246. .47 274. 4; and 459. sale of August 7th, 1899,
covering the following lands in Manon county.
Florida, to wit: Lots o and 14 er west half of
southeast quarter except a acres in .square in
northwest corner sec 25. township 12. range at,
72 acres. less northwest quarter otf southeast
quarter and -cuthwest quarter of southwest
quarter of southea-t quarter redeemed: '~us
chains square in northwest corner of west
half of southeast quarter sec 2., township
12. range 2:. eight acres: lot 10 or
northeast qu riter of southwest quarter sec 25.
township 12. range 21: 4- acres: commencing at
western corner of Thomas %lark grant town-
ship 12. range ,:. thence southeasterly along
southwest body of said grant 13 chains, thence
northeasterly parallel to northwest body to
waters of Orange Lake thence north with waters
of lake to northwest body of said grant, thence
south along northwest body of grant to point
of beginmitug. : acres: 20 acres bounded east
by Florida Southern railway. south by ha!f mile
line north and west by lands of Hickson being
1275 feet north and south by 66o feet east and
west. sec 34, township 12. range 21. 20o acres;
north half of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter sec 36. township 12. range 21. 2o acres:
lot 3 section township iz, range za, R.Si acres;
lots 3. 4. 5 7. one acre less. sec 24, township Ta2,
range 22. t-o 3S acres: southwest quarter of south
east quarter and east half of northwest quarter
of southeast quarter. sec 27. townshipp 12. range
a2, 6o acres: lot 4 block J Steele's ad Citra. town-
ship a12. range 22: lot 4 block K Steele's ad Citra,
township 12. range 2.: lot 4 L. W. Lipsey's ad
Citra. township 12. range 22. t.59 acres: com-
mencing 13.1 chains south of northwest corner
sec 33. township t., range 22. thence south 0o5
feet, east sm feet. north o 5 feet. west sc5 feet, 2,
acres. 10o5 teet east and wst by ae0 feet north and
south in northwest corner of southwest quarter
of northwest quarter of northwest quarter sec
33. township 12. range 2a, so acres: commencinr
at a point 13.15 chains south and 1o5 feet east of
northwest corner sec 33. township 12, range 22.
thence east 25 yards, south 45 yards, west 25
yards, north 45 yards. 23 acres: commencing 40o
links north of northeast corner ot lot D Rickards
survey of town lots in G 1. t. Clark grant
township 12. range 22, thence east 6.3o0 chains
north 3.15 chain., west 6 30 chains. south 3 15
chains, 2 acres; north half of southwest quarter
of southwest quarter and southwest quarter of
southwest quarter of southwest quarter sec 7.
township 13, range 21, no acres; south east quar-
ter of southwest quarter of southwest quarter
sec 7, township 13. range 21. to acres and upon
said certificate, has demanded from me a tax
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
Dated Sept. 7. t0o:.
(Seal) S.T. SISTRUNK.
9-13 Clerk Circuit Court.
TAX DEED NO rICE.
W HEREAS. F. B TURNER hAS PRESENT-
ed to me Tax Certifiate No. 2529. 2615. sale of
August th. zs9. covering the following land in
Marion county. Florida. to wit: northwest quar-
ter of southwest quarter. section 3. township
17. range ao east, southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and east three fourths of soutn half of
northeast quarter of northwest quarter. section
18. township r-. south range 21 east. less one
acre also southeast quarter of northeast quarter
and northwest quarter of southwest quarter,
section 32 township 17, south range 21 east. and
upon said certificate has demanded from me a
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemea.
it is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated August 0. 1901o.
(Seal) S.T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TER 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. B.
MALLOY, purcha.er of Tax Certificate No
442. dated the 4th. day of April. A D. '.1. has
filed said certification my office. and hasmade ap-
plication for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following dc-
.scnred property situated in Marion county,
Florida. to %it. -outh three fourths of scuth half
of -nt'hei-,t -isrter ecto :-c township 3
s outh. rA:e : .--t s-o cm -:nci.ng at south-
we-t ,;:rn.r --c'...)n .. t-w-;h: :;. range 22.
thence .-a": : c.ha':.- :irt~h 2. .2 chains. west
S :.:::. ,. .- c:a.: w'v -: :2 chains. tou':h
27 Lhai'r- tu ,.:. f i\. iU 3 acres. The
!-Z'1:. .''. c "> ----. :.t %I, :a ote ot issuance
of -:m :' + :;: ::.- nae: 'f T A .,ry n
& C. ;':"- -,', -.: .' r:edictmed
S.. ta .. .. .. thert n-is n
-: .s u : this the
tI:' ,.'- ,'.+ -L:.|+ A\ i) : '-
.... 7 i-,TRUNK.
iT^- r'. C t, *t :t..: f 3[;-.:: .:: C '.-:;LV, -l rida.
TAX DEES rsOTICE
N3TCIO O? APLICATION 70 mr TOMW
SLL LIMORS, WINs AIM 3 L
P B"LIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE THAT
John P. Galloway has filed with the Board of
County Commissioners of Marion coaity,
in the state of Florida. his application f a
permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in lectio
District No i of said county and state: timt
such application will be acted upon by the said
board of county conmimsioners at their Sext
regular meeting. wLich will be held on the
It M,',nidd in L tih,/ft, A. D. 9iot,
at io o'clock in the a. m. of the aidt day. and
I the booard hereb'- calls on x nv citizen of such
election district who may desire to do so, to show
cause., if any there be. at the said next regular
meeting of said board. why such permit shall
not be granted to the aoplicant.
By order of the Boar"' of County Commissiom-
er.4. of Marion county, Floridi'
This the 13th davy u Augutm. 1' Igi.
II. W LNG.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDIR
. and by virtue of a fina. decree rendered by
the Hon. W. A Hocker the judge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial circuit of Florida l
and for Marion county, in chancery, on the ath
day of August. A. I. .igo. in a certain cume
pending in said court, wherein D C W. Smith
I is complainant and Samuel W. T aad
others are defendants, the undersigned mman
and appointed as special master to execute the
same, will on
Monday the 7th day of Octeoer A. D. ifr.
during the legal hours- of sale, in frht of the
south door of the court house in Ocala.
offer for sale and will sel t the h
best bidder for cash the mortgage p
therein described, as follows to wit:
All that lot of land lying in thetowa n tOcal.
Mariot county. Florida. and more particua ly
descrixLedas follows, viz:
Beginning at the northeast corner of kim o& t
of block No. 55. in the city of Ocala. thie rua-
ning south one hundred and imstoent t.etash
west Aifty-two feet. thence north one idnd
and uiaeteen fee thenee at *M y two t to
the point of beginung. rJt b heaprt...-.s ,
or so mauch-thereof asr ne a nDs-o.
ft sie decree aad oas. T3aLI --
ADERMSON & ROC A, special mer.
In the Circuit Court, Marion County, Floria,
Fifth Judicial Circutt-ln Chaacery.
Eaoch W. Agnew, Complainant, vs. H bbert L
Masters, et al., Defendants.
T IS ORDERED THAT IL. B. MASTERS 3
and he is hereby required to appear to the
bill in this cause on
Monday, the 7th day of October. A. D., par.
It is further ordered that this order be --
lished once a week for four commecutive weeks
in tha Ocala Bauner.
This August 9th. 1901.
(Seal J S. T. SISTRrNK.
Clerk Circuit cost.
H. L. ANDERRSON.
A true copy.
Attest S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk,
823 By H. C. SISTRUNK. D.C.
ADMINIS T==T 'S NO=I3 07 APR=A-
TIONB701 MAL DISCSU.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUX
I Iundersigned, a- administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will on the
z;tk Da) of Octr er, A D., i90o,
make final return of ''is accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his admninisratorshipof-aid estate.
in accordance with the law in such cases made
This i9th April, A. D. r9o:.
CHARLIS WHITE. Admr.,
419 ie66i Est. of Janes B. Campbell. deceased
TAX DEED NOTICE.
1'HEREAS. LOilI-A C. BOLLING HAS PRE-
Ssente : t ) re Tax Certficate No. ai^. sale of
Auigu-t -th. :-y. c,-vkrng the following lad ian
Marion coun:'. F'->rda to wit: west half of
northwt--t quarter of northeastt quarter section
i. tlwu-nip range 2: east, and upon said
certficote :a.- leroaded from me a tax deed.
There:o'e. '..er the exitratton of thirty days
from- th .tc c. t .:- is n.:ice. unless redeemed, it
S:rv ir.t::t. ,:: t; --:e a tax deed to the said
IDate! S; -.: -. T. SISTRl'NK,
)-t-: Clerk Circuit Court.
TAX CEED NOTICE.
EIGHTEENTH YEAR---BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 30TN, 1901.
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THE OCALA BANKR, fA'iTEMBER 27, 1901.
_IF IT'S _ste
I, GOOD TO EAT E
Wnk. These Days
.TRY WE'VE GOT IT TRY IT
STEA POT GROCERY
4 ^ Is Running Over -
SA With New Things! |
And Still They Come! 3 .
We will have new goods coming in every day during the fall season.
Everybody knows that our goods are always fresh, as we sell them so
rapidly that they don't have time to become old and stale. We intend
to carry a more complete stock this fall and winter than ever before. In
the line of canned Fruits, Meats, Vegetables and Fish we have the best
put up by anybody, anywhere, at any time, viz: R. C. Williams & Co's -
' FAMOUS "ROYAL SCARLET" BRAND-thirty-eight varieties. A
- few of the new articles just received and placed on our shelves are:
Hartley's and Dundee Marmalade Sweitzer Cheese
i 5-1l tins fine Prunes Edam Cheese
.-gal. and gal. crocks Queen Olives HERE is one proverb especially for Pineapple Cheese
('ross & Blackwell's Pickles ho k pers. It declares that the Parmasau Cheese
SPotted Yarmouth Bloater t ways the cheapest. It pays Fromage Camenbert
Pike Onions^ to remember this when buying coffee. Get Fogd --
Pickled Onions buigFromage de Roquefort tDdY
Pure de Foi Gras the best. Don't be deceived I You can't hrimp Paste
Puree de Foi Gras Shrimp Paste
TrufLiverSausagehave value without cost. The price of Chase Oxford Sausage
Pat. de Foi Gras & Sanbomrn's Seal Brand Coffee is a little Russian Cavia
Imported Fruit S more than common coffee, but it costs twice Mushrooms
l ltnm|rted Fruit Syrups Mushrooms
: Trip-a Ia Mide as much to import. It is worth ten times as Duck with Olives
I -- Tri],. a la M<
SAnchoy paste much to use. It is no mere beverage; it is P
Aiio An,'h,) waste f Pigeon
(food and stimulant both. If you want a
S( 'how.- 'how Pumernickles
Sf food-coffee try it. in. ilb. and a-lb. Tin
uree of Gane Cans (Air tight Lemonades
O -tlher high grades in
richly colored parchment
SBarle D)ue Jelly h.s (moi.rtti pnrof). Fresh Mackerel
A BIG ASSORTMENT OF FRESIW 1 CAKKS -- VARIETIES IN PACKAGES
__ We keep constantly on hand a big supply of Heavy Goods such as
Salt, Hay, Corn, Oats. Bran, Poultry Food, Cooked Cow Feed, Etc.,
and as we buy in large quantities, we can save you money on them.
X 10%,a...00. &. A- n 1 ...-