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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily 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: October 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The Seabearde ir Lite Olelals Visit
emla. Mad ear Pleas of Besieess
M ser Freight .eti.
The freight oMffials of the above
reed passed through Ocala Tuesday
Mad made a stop over of several hours.
Fellowing are the names of the gen-
thse composing the party:
H. W. B. lover, freight traffic man-
ager C. IL Capps, general freight
agent, EL M. Boykin, division freight
agent, 0. B. Bidwell, Jr., freight claim
agent, E. D. Kyle, division freight
agent, J. 0. Cantrell, general western
agent, C. E. Taylor, traveling freight
agent, M. V. Raley, train master.
The object of the visit is said to be
for the purpose of the Interchange of
views with the shippers in the hope
that the interests of both parties
might le mutually strengthened.
Mr. H. A. Ford, the active and en-
thusiastic president of the Ocala Board
of Trade, Mr. D. 8. Williams, its ef-
ficient secretary, Mr. Jake Brown, of
the Tea Pot grocery, Mr. Harry B.
'larknun, of Hubbard and McDuff,,
and Mr. E. (. McLeod, farmer and
nullman, addressed the freight offi-
rials briefly setting forth the griev-
ances of this seciion and proffering
certain suggestions.
Mr. Ford very lucidly set forth the
grievances and necessities of the phos-
phate shippers and especially in the
promptt delivery of cars.
Mr. Brown stated that the Seaboard
Air Line would haul a barrel of flour
from Jacksonville to Ocala, rehaul the
same barrel from Ocala to Silver
Spring, reload it on board a boat and
deliver it at any point on the Ockla-
waha river between Palatka and Sil-
ver Spring, for twenty-one cents, but
the price for a barrel of flour to Ocala
straight is thirty-three cents.
The freight on all other goods of
CeOmse is in the same proportion.
Mr. Brown further stated that the
Jacksonville and lTmpa wholesale
merchants can deliver a barrel of
flour to the retail merchant at Belle-
view, (in a stone's throw of Ocala) for
almost identically the same freight
rate as the Ocala wholesale merchant;
that in pursuing this policy the heart
and core, the very life blood of the in-
terior section are slowly but surely be-
ing iaqueezed out in order to build up
a seaport city at either end of the
That already three wholesale estab-
lishments had been forced to pull up
stakes and quit Gainesville and had
located in Jacksonville because of the
unfair freight-rate levied against the
Mr. Brown contended that it was
within the code of strict business
ethics, and seemed to him but fair,
that a fretht rate should be fixed that
would enable central interior shipping
points to business within the terri-
tory immediately contiguous to them,
may within a radios of forty or fifty
miles, and not permit the seaport
cities, by favored rates, to root them
out entirely and amnilate all interior
To say that thi discrimination is
done to meet the water competition
fails to meet the argument and is a

most unfair treatment, and is not to-
tally unlike the business methods in-
troduced into Engl-nd not many cen-
turies ago by one Claude Durval and
his associates who took charge of the
public thoroughfares of that country
and levied an involuntary tribute upon
all persons unfortunate enough to use
Mr. Williams spoke of casava as a
growing industry In this state and
asked that the Seaboard Air Line
give the same rates to the growers of
this product in this section that the
Plant System had established and
were now giving the Lake Mary and
DeLand people.
Mr. McLeod suggested that a cheap
prospectors' ticket be placed on sale
during the winter season, say thirty
or sixty days' limit, for the purpose of
inducing immigration from Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia, of the one-horse farmer class.
He explained how this class of im.
migrants had been induced to settle in
Marlborough county, South Carolina,
his old home, and from the poorest
had made it the richest county in the
Other Ocalions present were Messrs.
Mclver and McKay, Z. C. Chamblies,
J. M. Barco, E. W. Agnew, C. Car-
stems, P. Jumeau, George Close, R. C.
Jones, Frqnk Harris.
After the termination of the confer.
ence, the Seaboar0mmlitl were taken
in carriages and driven about the city.
They were charmed with Bliver
Bring and seemed meuh Impressed
with this section generally.
SW Pheehafte 90A1.

The biggest purchase of pospate
land that has been made in this unty
in a number of years was eonanmmat.
ed in this city a few days ago.
Messrs. Ford A Hiller were the pur-
chasers and Messrs. Walter Ray and
D. A. Clark the sellers.
There were twelve thousand acres
embraced in the deal andl the spot
cash price was fiften thousand dollars
and royalties.
Under the terms of the contract a
given number of tonstare to be mined
each year and so much per ton is to be

Our Best Advertisements

Are not printed-they are the good things said of us

by old customers.

If you are not already with us,

talk to some one who is. *





Mr. Buttgenbach had an option on
the land and failed to come to time
and the opportunity was lost.
Messrs. Ray and Clark purchased
the land for turpentine purposes and
it was found to be rich in phosphate
Mere Real Estate Ohanges.
Mrs. H. K. 8mith has bought the
Douglas Elohelberger residence on Ft.
King avenue and will occupy the
same sometime during the coming

The Waterman residence near the
lime kiln has been purchased by Mr.
J. M. Mefter, of Lowell.
It is rumored that Mr. C.;E. Abeon
has purchased the McIntyre residence
on Oeklawaha avenue.
*Dr. D. M. Smith has bought the
Sinclair residence, known as the
Frank Boynton place.
We have already noted in these
columns the :purchase of the Israel
property by Mr. S. A. 8tandley, and
the purchase of the Tea&ue property
by Mrs. M. A. Stovall.
This shows quite an activity in real
estate in Ocala. At least fifteen houses
have changed hands in the past three

The Ocala Nigh Sehol.
The above educational Institution
opened last Monday with an atten.
dance of over three hundred and
fifty pupils, the largest at the begin-
ning of a term ever known.
The lower grades are so crowded
that three pupils are compelled to oc-
cupy one seat.
That Is not all.
Every day more children are flock-
ing In.
The trmteare up ona problem.
The proent building mt be enlesrd
or a now Omeoo rnu
Prof. Van is giving emutire mtstbe.
uon and every day is growing ,n pop.

For all fh cuate or wo-ds, is
either the human subjl et or maImslak,
as a dreing, Balhlard's 8how ai-
ment is excellent: while for ors on
working horses, especially if slw to
heal, or supperating, Its healing qal1
itles are unequaled. Prie 25 events
and 50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drun
Store. a
General E. P. Alexander, chief of
artillery, on the staff of Gen. I. E.
Lee, and Miss Mary landon Mason
were married at Hagerstown, Md.,
Oct. 1.


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David S. Woodrow is in Jackson-
Mr. J. M. Hillmon has moved from
Pine to Anthony.
For children's good shoes at low
prie try R. Frost.
Mr. Peter Johnson, of Silver Spring
Park, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Frank P. and W. D. Thomas, of!
Pine, are in Ocala attending sehooL
Mr. J. o. Spottawood pamed through
Ooaa yesterday on his way to Clear.
Daniel Miller, Jr,, who has been on
a visit to Hamburg, Germany, has re-
Mr. George H. Smoak, of Bamburr,
. C., is visiting relatives in this city
and Flemington.
MaJ. E. W. Peabody, ofthe T.-U. &
C., is here today canvaeting in the !n-
terset of his paper.
D. A. Clark, with his charming
bride, reached Martel Tuesday and
was given a royal reception.
Dr. Williams, of McClenny, has
moved to Oeala and we understand
puehased the Curtis property.
Mr. C. P. Cam, of Reddick, was in
Oeak Tuesday and paid this office a
plimant social and financial visit.
Mr. N. M. Allred attended the 8um-
ter county court but was taken sad-
denly stik and had to return home.
Mr. Bese Daniel, accompanied by
his two lUtte sa left Ooala last Tues-
day for Brail, where e will reside.
Mr. 8bst Sinclar, who has had
the mi-rtume to dislocate his shoul-
der, isal to be on the streets asain.
Mr. I Carrll, local editor of the
mar, has been on the ick list for
over a rtnight, but is now convales-

Mr. L. Rieber, of Heldtville, is
Ito e eity, and turned lato the sub-
seridpad ben of the Osla Banner a
vewr wbol.
Mamsoer Samuel W. inmue and his
siter, Jean, of Lady Labe, are now
reeminte of Ocala and me attending
the publicte booL
Mrs. William P. Haltley and moth.
er, Mm. Simmona, are back from
lawln, Do., where they have been
spending the past three months.
Mi- Je.t Plmer, of Clearwater,
t inOeals. Shoe wll spend the win-
ter with Miss Pauline Sullivan and
will attd the Ocala high school.
We acknowledge an invitation to be
presat at the opening of Howard
Aademmy. The school opened with a
li arge annre and a full corps of

Mr. J. W. Davis, of Summerfield,
was in Oeala yesterday. He says that
town is looking up, five new families
having moved there within the past

Messrs. Henri Haton, Jules Kromer,
Emil Goucher, Maurice Chernnet,
and A. L Hyeron, Interested in
phosphate mining, are guests at the
Oala House.
Mr. R. D. Wescott, of North C(aro-
lina, is clerk at the Oeala Honse. He
Is quite a muoicisn and we understand
will become a member of the Ocala
Metropolitan band.
MNrs..J. F. Chace and son are expect-
ed home either today or tomorrow
from Missoi where they have been
visiting for several months Mrs.
('hate'. sister. Mrs. C. E. Powell.

Mr. L. I (hazel ind family return-
-& "Z h 4,-. .! ;.W b.

Mrs. P. P. Bishop, who for the past
eighteen months has been living in
New York, has returned to her Citra
home where she will spend the win-
Mrs. P. C. McGrath and her neice,
Miss Gertie Perader, returned last
Saturday from New Jersey and New
Hmnpshire where they have been
spending the summer.
Hon. H. W. Long, state fair com-
imiooner for this county, is thorough.
ly anxious for Marion county to take
firstprlae and if she does not doso it
will be be no fault of his.
Memrs. R. C. White, W. H. Walton,
F. H. Christie and J. W. TIdwell have
formed an exchange in Jacksonville
for the sale of fruit and vegetables.
The name will be incorporated.
Miss Byrd Wartmann, of Citra,
has arrived in Ocala and begun her
music class this week. She and her
brother. Mr. Kyle Wartmann, will o.-
eupy their home in the second ward.
Rev. C. H. Nashb, of Tampa, who
Ias been north on a visit stopped over
several days this week to visit his son,
Mr. George Nash. He will return to
Tampa tomorrow and will fill his pul-
pit Sunday.
Rev. Howard Dutil, who has been
spending the past six weeks with re-
latives in PennwylvalWa has returned
to Ocala and will fill his pulpit at the
Methodist church Sunday morning
and evening.
Mr. T. A. Mitchell, wife and moth-
er have gone to Belleview where they
will reside permanently. Mr. Mitch-
ell will engage in the mercantile bus-
iness. The Banner wishes him un-
limited sueees.
When you cannot deep for cough-
ing, it is haally neesmary that any
one should tell o that you need a
bew doses of Chmbei9 Cough
Remedy toallay the irritation of the
thl-, -and make deep pomlble. It
tmwood. Try it. iFr sale by Anti-
Monopoly Drgloae. m
George J. Res, of Martel, has gone
to Dunedin to seek his fortune. Mr.
RBe is one of the solid farmem and
coad eitisem of this county, and. we
commend him to the attention of the
best citIsens of Dunedin.
Mrs. H. A. Ford and Min Emily
Ford leave taday for Toronto, Canada,
where they will visit relatives for a
month. During their absence they
will visit the Pan-American expost-
tion and other northern cities
8. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y.
writes: "My wifo suffered from kid.
ney trouble for years. She was in-
dueed to try Foley's Kidney Cure and
In les than a week after w be began
usa"g it, she was greatly improved
and three bottles cured her." Anti-
Monopoly Drug tore. m
Mr. E. L Wartmann, of Citra, was
in Ocala Saturday and says that while
it is true he has made some invest-
ments in Gainesville, Ga., and ad-
mires that city for its enterprise and
hustle, he has no idea of quitting
Citra and giving up his residence in
the Land of Flowers. Unless a high-
er power wills it otherwise he expects
to live a long time in Florida. It is
the state of his early adoption and be
now has no reason to regret his choice.
Hebelieves her future brighter today
than ever.
The temperance press it emphasiz-
ing the danger to the home in the use
of "medicines" whichare loaded with

whisky or alcohol. In this respect,
as well as in the remarkable character
o~f their eulres. D r. Piereet mertirinxa


of congestion of the stomach. Both
Mr. .and Mrs. Handlesman were in
New York where they had gone on a
business and pleasure trip. When
they left Ocala the little one was in
perfect health, and her sudden death
was a severe blow to them. The fu-
neral arrangements have not yet been
made, but the remains will probably
he taken to Augusta, Ga., for burial.
What's Ver Fas Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver trouble
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, reosy cheeks, rich complex-
ion. Only 25 eents at Garrett and
Gerig's Drug Store. 6
Mr. Samuel A. Agnew is back from
Georgia where he has been for the
past three and a half years. He says
he has returned to stay.
The Best Perseripteoa 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 clire-no pay. Price '.k.. +

Oro Lak*e.I
Special Correspondenme Ocala 3aamer.
Mrs. Williams, of Ocala opened
school here Monday.
J. B. Barney returned home last
Saturday after a few weeks prospect-
iug in Porto Rico satisfied that Flor-
ida is the wst plaee to live. -
Mrs. Bouso returned home Monday
from Fernandina where she has been
visiting her mother.
The vegetable growers are making
preparations for the fall crop.
Mrs. Hensler, of Fernandina, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Rose, of this
place. O


e LMkes Okbwaee.
Mr. Hal G. Esgleton, who has been
spending two or three months at Ok-
lahoma City, in Oklahoma territory.
has returned, and is very much im-
pressed with the possibilities of that
country. Oklahoma City already bas
a population of 18,000 and is rapidly
growing. Money is flush and real es-
tate values are increasing at bewilder-
ing figures.
While (here Mr. Eagleton saw a
great deal of Mesr. Frank Clark and
J. H. Curry. These gentlemen are al-
ready making their impress and per-
sonality felt at both the civil and crim-
inal bar of their new home. They are
now engaged on two important mur-
der trials and a real estate case involv-
ing upwards of two hundred thousand
dollars. If they win this civil suit,
which is one of great importance, as it
affects the interests of many parties,
they will not only receive a fee rang-
ing somewhere in the neighborhood of
$0,000, but will firmly establish their
reputation. They feel exceedingly
sanguine of winning the suit. Their
practice is growing rapidly and the
firm of Clark and Curry is fast becom-
ing the leading one in the territory.
Of course this Is pleasant news to
the friends of those in t h is
state whose name is legion.
Turleatiae CoaveaUoa.
Owing to a conflict in dates the con-
vention of turpentine operators to
have convened in Ocala yesterday was
not largely attended. A convention
of all the operators in this division
is called to meet in this city Octo-
ber 16.
The following operators were in at-
tendance, viz: Capt. W. J. Hillman,
Inverness; Walter Ray, Holder; J. F.
Lang, Fort McCoy; R. 8. Hall, Ocala;
Mr. Lucas, Daisy;.T. J. McRae, Haw-
thorne; W. B. Conley, L. B. Varn, G.
W. Varn, Brooksville; Mr. Ulmer and
others whose name and places of resi-
dence we did not learn.
From the Oals Evenlag Star of
April Ist, 190.
"We are indepted to Mr. George
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-
vertisement in another column. 7-12tf
Danme at the Armery.
Wednesday evening the young peo-
ple enjoyed a delightful informal
dance at the armory. The music was
furnished by Mr. Frank Matthews.
In spite of the warm evening the
dance was greatly enjoyed. Those
present were the following: Mr. and
Mrs. M. L Meintosh, Mr. and Mrs. F.
L. Watson, Misses Emily Ford, Esther
Weathers, Gertrude Perader, Alice
Reedy, Mary Beardon, Lena Bullock,
Marie Bullock, Jonnie Liddon and
Sara Harris, Messrs. George Ford,
Charlie Lloyd, John Taylor, John
Mathews, Bob Mathews, Charlie
Moody, W. H. Powers and T. K.
ao of Little Paealoe Frank.
8weet little Fannie Frank, the six
year old daughter of Mrs. M. Handles-
man, died suddenly Wednesday night

As made here is pure. eleanlwbole-
some and nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our
And we take particular care that noth-
Ing shall detract from It. The best
flour, repaired by skillful hands In
clean, well ventilated room* and per-
feetly baked in modern ovens, gives
our customers bread unequaled even
by the very best home made artlete.



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Kiey Trestle aa TYea a IM .
Ahmost everybody who reads nthe es-
pape is sure to kno of the wndmf
cures made by Dr.
My hKilmer's Swamp-Root.
Sand ladder e
S* It s the great mesl
caltrinmph of thea ne-
teenth century; dis-
covered after yeas of
Scientific resem ch
Dr. Kihner, the eml-
-. nent kidney and blad-
der speci e s m ad is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney. bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Diease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamo -Ret is not rec-
ommendedforeveyth btifyou vekld-
ney, liver or bMadder troubleItwIn be fOUNd
jut the remedy you used. It hasbmle ti e
inso manywa inh p work, la prtse
practice, among the too poor to pu-
case relief F has proved se IcceM I S
every case that a special arrsaugeeat ha
been made by which al reader of th er
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle seat free by mabl, aiy a baook
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out ifyou have kidney er bliddertr Mle.
When writing mention reading this eneroms
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing-
hamton, N. Y. The "
reguatrfifty cent and nBmedSM ..abt
do sizes are sold by all good &hmggsn


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Our Boys Suits!

We have them in e eat varieties-the latest t1-at he law.
eat pries. Mems Clay Woermes Mea"SAtds
all wool suits at 98.50; a g od suit at $4 00; Pi-ing. 75. af d u-
wards; Fle Felt Hl tI emeh.
All at prices to suit the times at




Protects orchards, -des.OttnM.
corn, tobaeeo, emmbers, seommeas
and all other fruls a-d v bl
from the ravages m ofl Iete wU-s
the me of poton orsm pay dm
J. B. SUTTON, iSei-san.
S-28 Oeal Fa.
See local notlee In another eldum.

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One Standard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two btrnew, with
oven, only ....... ...
One three-burner Blue Flam
Oil Stove, good order, :o
oven ......... 4 4
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
Stove, new, two burners,
no oven ......... ......... 7 3
One chest Carpenter's Toolb,
complete, a big bargain at 4V *4
Lot new Hat Racks. $4.25 to IS 40
Lat Mowing Scythe, cebeap.
We bave always on band

in new and second band Furniture of
all kind. You wil do wde to ea **

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Our stock of FALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS which we have just pur-
chased in the Eastern markets is now on
exhibition for your inspection. We have
this year put forth a special effort to secure
the very "Cream of the Market" for our
customers, knowing that the best to be had
is none too good for MVarion county's fas-
tidious women. All the Latest Designs in
Ladies' Dress Goods will be found in this
lot, and as our facilities for purchasing are
far better than other houses in this section,
we can sell at prices that even surprise our

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president Roosevelt announces his intention
of negotiating a reciprocity treaty with Cuba by
which sugar and tobacco will be admitted to the
I nated statess free. or at a reduced import duty,
while Cuba will makeconceassons on cereals and
machinery exported from the United States.
Considered from a local standpoint, such an
agreement would be very objectionable. The
tolecro industry of Florida would be badly
hurt. If the agreement should also include ci-
gar%. as is probable. Florida's chief manutactur-
iag industry would be injured. Florida is not
yet a great sugar-producing state, but her adapt-
ability to that of any other state tn the Union. and it is
reasonably sertaiu that in a few years she
would become a great sugar producing state, if
present conditions were left undisturbed.
There might be some compensation to Florida
if the increased trade between the United States
and Cuba should pam through Florida ports, but
very littleof it would. Sugar would go by water
to New York rather than by rail. and the same
i* true to a very great extent of tobacco. No ap-
prtedable amount of the export cereals or
machinery would be made through Florida
u tiis argument appeals only to Floridians.
View vhem another standpoint, such a treaty
weld be objectionable to an sections of the
a es. n would entail a great loss of revenue
tha cheply collected. There is much more
of revenue Mtha of protection in the tarifs oa
s mgar omd -1-cca. This would be test if these
tnrib were repealed, and the &mericans would
Sad mse masmu dIn1 gain. It would be a great-
or tbf foar Cuba. fr the Cubans would make
ahe to to e extent that the treasury lost in rev-
eme. The loss by admitting Cuban sugar free
coal be aheo exactly competed, but the loas
n tabscco could nt be estimated so accuratety,
bemane of the different rates on the different
-ad s, or on the material in its different stage
of appeach to the finished product. It is safe
to my. however. that on the two the los of rev-
eae would amount to not less than 13~,
pert mum, not in the interests of the people of
the united sates, but entirely in the interests of
the people of Cuba. Then, if the tariff on to-
aeo ars tobacco products were abolihed or re-
duee. a carrespondIng reduction in the inter-
sua rf ne tasM would be nemary, which
wo-l ,probably rua the total loss above $,-
am per auesm.
The grain growe would nt be materially
beiMed. or they already sen Cuba practically
an tge rain imp-a-ed to the dand. The man-
al of s mawnaery would nat be greatly
beadumi, hr American machn-ery is aleady
M son e the worl d. Such an agreement
wmmdseter a lts mesents n the Cubans, and
woaldUke hsem the American government a
bue pMt of its revene.-Ttmea-Unlon and

It wUibe sen ftem the above aKi- 4
de tht the Timee-Unio and Citizen
*exha the whele argumMet in favor a
a 0 pi etive tarlf.
It will be seen alno that like the l
whibm ay ad pmnew the sy.
M one Mrgmemt strtippd to th core
ks emtmly an mb d a enmti .L
1U ill t-in--f---a we toP Flor
ids, Ghe 1a1 wh611 "mbdhtl- of 4
the quP m s t** ** worse,
god what do we Ad?
A vwry Ahw mm m cigars I
wIN the geat m of tO m pabpop.
ubIi- Mk them-; yet, to enrich a i

mee pay tribute.
Every man that-smokes a cegar does a
met mhe Ih than three a day and I
mm m mamy s twelve.
If 1o duty were removed the priee a
woued immelatdely decline ad a cigar 4
that the eomnnmer mow is compelled
to pay ter cents for could be bought I
for aaicaJekle. a
By the abolition of the system the a
moderate smoker would leave fifteen 4
cents a day and the more inveterate i
smoker more than fifty cents a day, I
even cireammribing the argument to
the lower grade of goods. Of course I (

on the finer grades the saving would 9
be much more. b
ihbfting the debate from eigars to
egmar the argument in favor of the r
abolition of the" system becomes V
still more imperative for the reason
that sugar 6i no longer classed as a i
luxury but is now considered, even in d
economic literature, as a necessity in I
every home.
nla proportion t1 those who manii- t
fracture sugar in Florida, how many a
Cnumalme it ? t


oleneo and fm@ speeh in the name
ad for the glory of the ord and
oold eem n it no prolnation--o sin.
In the p degree with their mile-
pided anoesetors, the rigid moralists
ad relig-onists of to-day believe they
we standing in the footprints of the
Dtrist and have his warrant and will
eeeive his blesing for their unbend-
ng and unpitying severity.
But those who are familiar with the
Gicpel writings are sware that these
ever attachments and characteristics
ear no rsemblOnce to the real Christ.
They are in whole and in every part
epugniat to the teachings of the di-
ine Master.
Jesus was tolerant. He was forgiv-
ng. He was pitying. On no occasion
lid he sanction nor encourage cruelty.
He was sensible. He knew that all
aen were not given the same facul-
iea hence could not see things exactly
like. Although assuming the weak.
iesses and frailties of sinful man, he

folds of our flag every tub bshall b
forced to stand on its own bottom.
The theory and rule of life is not I
bad one which led to the coining o
the expression, "Al*ot hog or die '"
It is entirely consistent with the re
publican theory of government.
In the struggle for existence govern'
ment should give every man an equal
chance with every other man and n(
man should ask for more.
The theory and practice of protect
tionirobs nine-tenths of the people ol
this chance. N
It goes] without argument that A
system that does that is wrong.
It, more than all other things com-
bined, under the'practice of this gov-
ernment, has led to the unequal dis-
tribution of wealth.
Under that system it is impossible
for the under dog, and all the little
ones, to get a fair bite at the bone!


Therelis one editor in Florida who is
as rigid in his morality as a piece of
iron; as severe in his religion as a
despot; and who feels that he towers
as high aove his fellows as a circus
As he sits upon his tripod, the great
Napoleon, at no time in his marvelous
career, felt so "grand, gloomy and pe-
On every proposition we believe he
feels that he alone is right and conse-
qpently others, who do not agree with
him, are wrong, and are so from an
in-ane and inordinate desire to be
This unfair critic and severe moral-
ist persists in saying that the state-
ments appearing in the Ocala Banner,
especially on the subject of divorce,
are made for the purpose of mislead-
ing its readers, and no amount of ar-
gument and denial will convince him
to the contrary.
LAke his distinguished prototypes,
he is very much "sot" In his ways.
If he thinks he Is unique, original
and alone In his personality be de-
eives himself. There Is a very large
family of him.
History is full of jst such charac-
ters. They were here when Christ
eam. They were here before his
coming and frem preeMt appearasoes
will be here when the bAt trump shall
In their thoughts they crucified the
owly Nasarene long before he was
maelhed on the eam
They have left reei by which to
t-inmeut bm-an Ion serva-ve
ed oslerimnt h ~m the mm-n

Uly ego y M t off the toauess and
imeked out theey-a of men and dl-
mboweled delicate female solely for
-fning to belove what they were
ald to believe. They eruefied con-

e the fallen woman! He invented no
instruments of torture. He used no
t weapons of violence.
f If Christ came to-day, would they
not say of him now as they said of
him then:
*Behold a man gluttonous. and a wine
hibber, a friend of publicans and sin-
S ners
How would he stand up against the
Carry Nations!
Just imagine bow this fungi would
torture and crucify him.
Jesus was not only tolerant of pub-
licans and sinners but was without
guile even towards his persecutors.
But there were occasions when his
patience ceased to be a virtue-there
were a class against whom he drew
the line, and in the doing of which
left us a record of his humanity.
He showed mercy to criminals. He
pardoned the thief on the croes, but
his wrath was kindled and he hurled
his gentle but effective maledictiops
at hypocrites and cranky!
Why so Loeag a Siloeset
We do not wish to create any dis-
turbance but barely mention the fact
that the Jacksonvillle Metropolis states
that Judge Call recently untied two
matrimonial knots in .Jacksonville
because of habitual drunkenness on
the part of the husbands. It is held
by some very eminent physicians that
drunkenness is a disease. Perhaps an
Inherited disease. The vow is "in
sickness and In health, for better or
for worse." But for this misfortune
them wives throw their husbands
overboard. And it is an everyday
occurrence. Every newspaper In the
state some time during the year prints
a divorce notice and have been doing
so ever since we can remember and a
long time before, but never a word
from pulpit or prees except on one
solitary occasion. Why make flesh of
one and fowl of another? Why these
briny crocodile tears?
Mr. T. J. Appleyard, secretary of
the Florida press association, and one
of the best known editors In the state,
has purchased from Mr. Jno. M. Cald-
well, the Lake City Index and here-
after will lend the great weight of his
I influence In pushing to the front that
growing town. Lake City is to be
congratulated. Mr. (Ualdwell will give
his entire time and attention to his
paper at Jasper.


[Branbc of Commercial Bank, Jacksoville.]


CAPITAL *50,000

Accounts of Firms, Corasmtlons and ludividuls oadeltced.
Prompt Atte a to all B Uim mEatrated to em (re.,
r" Cx"g Boubt and Sold.




Gaiueville and Ooala. Fla.

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The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Featue,.
1-gallon iug. 15C2-grallonjug, 25-; 3-galloJu .35C ;keqgs.l
.sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any hou"s In lnrld .baCg" gie zud.he
est goods and full measure.
A trial order wilt convince you that "we are the people." Termacauh w" the ote.
Your anxious toolee ee F. EDWAR Dta .


f OULD yOu give two cents or two and
a half centsfor hmediate asd pl-
tire relief from the ha and
nerve-racking asthma from whiE
safer? Omftne o FoFeylc HHaey
and Tar is postively and mncoditamall guar-.
anteed to ge relief and there are te d a
a 25 cent bo-twtyve doses in a 0 centa
F e's lHnyandTar wIueethmsVntoa teef a ds
meaacs J lMl briamlrelf. IasbarenMe
aesase eriniba wheeuzg nud cho&Luuh
Is our marantee worth the price a trial to etn
"Foley's Reoey and Tar "is W .e nme
oIause Prickett, Bryan Ave, Dgavnine L.writs
"I badsuffered 6 wMiAseaand alwM try ^
I IIIagelu .Bn I I V
stops the c gd I I gety by mth me asi Iy.

BAMMBR SALV h-oopao hrt or.

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Druag Store

hyg a I b, J re- ]e .
eaof Suer-
|writ Mrs.
i- Myers, of

fenr1 of achld,
and feiale weak-
em dicatma of dis-
Red a terni-
Sae cough and
sreneses i= lungs.
Van n---r ir-m h n em i84 pomndlto
had qpdbe d bees.ew so weeak
.nmL& um.mid Smeely sit up. I
doct nd with a hobr physicians for
two years wilh no beseft, I was finally
induced to try Dr.
I wote to Doctor
Pierce eadi

reply, free, advp 069
gthe proper D
medicines for y
four bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite
P j and
fourohis Golden Medical Dcoery,'
three domse each day, also taking one bot-
tle of Dr. Pierce's Compon Extract of
Smart-Weed and some of his 'Pellets,' I
ceased coughing, and am now enjoying
splendid health and have gained tkirly-
five pounds in weight. '* again feel like
my former self, thanks to Dr. Pierce and
his great medicines."
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter FREE. All correspond-
ence sacredly confidential and all wom-
anly confidences guarded by strict profes-
sional privacy. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.


II N I1.r (Paris GREAT =FtENCH
TON IC AND VITALIZER is sold with written
guarantee to cure nervous debility. h lt vitality,
failig memory, fits, dizziness, hysteria, stops
all drainson the nervous syu.tem caused by bad




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~.pospemmlsm. Cmpffble, from
pr~~i a iof IUm, OAwsr
in a few he M of every
p#mSfmse. Atil-Mesop-

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bwe ube" by the tArhlwy mnveit-
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K~e Vm~k~ (~amfe. nh. ri

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e~~l awlad theborihir U poistm.
He wee the guest .t tl'e Forida p"ti
amacallis'. Omieg is visit in
- 5t-" be csalld on President
masirvt and was erdisily welcoaa-
ed. The g~ww'twl eteiildwdhWetrip
ws ir wth so Tromato.
A sww medy for isilkwOmmm is now
as mmAv at the AuUthMfl~oSIOIVDrug
gM'.. It to rildk thlamlwrlain's
#UgsmacL&a d 1Mw Tablets. It gi ves
euht mwf &amd will pirvent the at-
ash if gawli so s a. sotbe first ijudi-
qm&*sou 4 the dimeasm, allearo. Price
~% r~t';wrtun. emples free. In


"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
of cough medicine that I did not have
in stock," says Mr. D. R. Grandin, the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y.
**She was diueapointed and wanted to
know what cough preparation I could
recommend. I said to her that I
omld freely recommend, Chamber-
lain'* Cough lemdy and that she
could take a bottle of the remedy and
after giving It a fair trial if she did
I ot fnd it worth the money to bring
back the bottle and I would refund
the price paid. In thecourse of a day
or two the lady come back in com-rn
pany with a friend in need of a cough
medicine and advised her to buy a
bottle of (Camberlain's Cough Reme-
dy. I consider that a very good ree-
oemsedation for the remedy." It is
for sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug

Steeestltie-, et a Preseetie.
Mr. Raynor, of Sehley's counsel,
took oceseslo to call the attention of
Jedge Advocate Lemley to the fact
that it was not a prosecution that he
was cod.etinU, but a court of inquiry,
whoe duty It was to protect and win-
dicate Admiral Schley, if the facts
called for it. It was probably as well
that Mr. 1a)nor made the point. To
ledge from the reports, it would seem
the iea had got abroad In Washing-
tau that Sehley was being prosecuted
and the government would like to secure
his conviction.--tavannah News.
D1-e Gaunnt be Cudl
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is ony one way te cure deaf-
mn, sad that is by constitutional
remedies. caused by an
iniamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube i Iflamed you have rumb-
lifg sond or imperfect hearing, and
wemo it is eutirely closed, Deafness is
the rest, and unless the infl-ma--
tion ean be taken out an. this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, bear-
lug will be destroyed forever; nine
eases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured oy
Hai's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
lars; free.
F. J. Cum.EEY Co Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drulist4 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ome Big Lad aae*Is.

Easters capitalists have purchased
2,000,000 acres of lani in the vicinity
of the thousand Island4. They will
emspend a million dollars in draining
and reclaiming the same.
Another sale of 65,000 acres is re-
ported below lake Okeechobee the
price paid was 67 cents per acre. The
land will be used for pasturing cattle.
John M. Ie and 0. H. Bullock re-
cently purchased' 5,0O acres of land
southeast of lake Tahopekaliga. It!
Is well timbered and will be used for
turpentine purposes.
Beers Attaek sBrtish.
General Botha made a fierce all-day
attack on the British garrison on the
border of Zululand on 4eptembwr :6.
The Boers were repulsed, but inflicted
heavy loes to the British garrison, one
offieer and eleven men being killed,
flvt officers and thirty-eight men be-
ing wounded and sixty-three missing,
of which many are thought to be
LIII.-J f-- ......4hAdl Tlh lR t wam.

Extrats Frem Mr. nry 's Paper.

We Tip our NMt
TARKkYTWN, N. Y., Selpt. 2,. 1901.
To the Witor .of the Ocila Baner
I have just read with great pleasure
in my hkals Banner the beautiful and
touching tribute you psy to our capa-
Ible. honorable and assassinated presi-
deut. I have not seen in our northern
republican papers so beautiful and
complete or more loving tribute, and
while I have known you to be a
stauunh, true and solid democrat,
yoor able paper has always been a
consistent, clean sheet, and you have
always boldly advocated pure and
lean lprineiples and government.
And you would get in the first blow
against the assain or assailant of our
lmg or government, republican or
democrat alike. I wish we had more
sectl honorable editors.
Your republican friend,
J. Y. BTrrys.
S It MNappemd isa Orug Sre.

Fare Best

For Fall Wear.
The goods we have
provided for the
making of fall cos-
tumnes ought to be a
Splemasur to the I&-
Sdies of this city.
SThereis such a
wealth of rich, warm
colors, and such a
variety of grades.
I Every price i up to
the highest pontie
standard for the price
but some prices are not so high as

Steeklmg Time.
There must be plenty
of stockings in the
wardrobe some heav-
ier ones for wear on
those chilly autumn
days. We have abun-
dance of quality here,
and a variety of prices
which will enable every
woman to buy just
what sbe wants in the
way of hosiery. The
strong colors will stay, and the goods
will wear excellently.

masd Lwe or VPil.
In our lineof hand-
kerchieft we made as
broad a selection as
possible. Our care
was especially given
to real linen hand-
kerchiefs, both plain
Sand with lace trim-
ming. We have a
beautiful hemstitched
r .' r handserchief- o o d
linen too-which
we cau L- loor a dime. Lots of other
equal bargains.

Mr. W. frwy. of Ps 08m hasi. ha or w ,uuw5 -. .u eZ Ew., a- -
Mr. a. twery.illkn do4ar -M nt-t maudor, Oppertnan, and nineteen i F I S H L
wrh a r is ilnlans. Tl e Tlrcotrm't burgher were killed. M. FISH L,
.EIow f..r id- ilg materlit"edellY" MrM. T. Brtddlemau, of Parshall- Oeala Fori a
01 whbwh will aow a period of five vlule, Mich., was troubled with salt -
r dortg whirbh itoe it will re- reum fir thirteen years and had tried JAPANESE
r"w' the srrvitp ,,tw hundred and a number of doctors without relief.
.ptolywv ma "d aynd night. It ix After two applications of Banner
no ,. j tbr g ou ct.utract ever talvr her hands kweame letter and inI P IL E C U R

ne te.- wiartdleo. a short time she was entirely cured.,
S -- .wmrr of substitutes. Anti- Monop

Some of the republicans seemed to
imaglue that the memorial services
were intended for political speeches.
Let us hope that theie blind partisans
will some day learn that the country
is bigger than any party and that a
president belongs to the whole country.
Patterson, N. J., has gained the un-
enviable'reputation of beinganar. List
headquarters for the United States.
Patterson is a republican congressional
district in a state whose governor is
a republican These facts are men-
tioued for the benefit of a few repub-
lican organs which have seemingly al-
lowed their partnership to run mad.
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Kan-
saq City Journal, New York Tribune
and Chicago Inter-Ocean-to say
nothing of minor Journals of their
class-insist that opposition to repub-
lican politics and criticism of repub-
lican offleials is anarchy. That many
particians hold the same views is not
a compliment to American intelli-
Free speech and free press are essen*
tial to free government. No man
in public life can object to the publi-
cation of the truth and no man in
public life is permanently injured by
the publication of a lie. That much
is published that should not be is only
too evident, but let public opinion cor-
rect the evil; that will be more effect-
ive than law and will bring no danger
with it. If a paper abuses a political
opponent stop your subscription and
teach the editor to conduct his paper
on respectable lines. There is a sense
of justice in the human heart and be
who violates it, violates it at his own
peril. This sense of justice ultimate-
ley turns abuse to the beeflit of the
man abused. The present laws against
rlander and label are sufftleent; leave
the rest to a healthy public sentiment
-and then help to create the senti-
Thousands of the most s stubborn
and distressing cases of piles have
been-cured by Tabler's Buckeye Pile
Ointment. It never fails to cure.
Price 50 cents in bottles, tubes 76
cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m






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It is


medical authorities.

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Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
Phone No. ,

The Montezuma Hotel,

J. P. Galloway. Prop. E. 5. Abbeut, Jr., Mgr.
......... BATE $&.0 PE .DAY ......

UmicEatire N- ....inr.....
New Bakth emin. BDeA Table SerWWft




Sash and Doors,
Farming Tools,



(Also Smessr to Takmee nevety.Wfts)
Rough and Finishing Lumber, M ntles
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.
Sr Estimates promptly furr-hed.


naflp 1.. ;n Ttrnenrtdn4Aoin a WowsjwBred






jSewisy lo Gheel S stie Enmtertalaed.
The RNaptis Sunday school conven-
r.. fe We4eru Marion Assoclation,
eory med is the Presbyterian church
at Dnuciom Saturday, It. L. Turner,
of Iver n, moderator. Everything
appeared to work in harmony and
lkve. The topics were ably discussed.
Dmumllon manle herenlf equal to the
ft* emtaigd In the way of entertain-
lIg the oevaatlon. Sunday at 12
o'velok dinner was spread on the low-
w f of the large Masonic hall.
The abe were all heavily laden with
th ekmheeat of foods and that in large
Iemptly at 1:30 the bell rang for
ta afterneen session, when the large
esUWn s reeamembled In the
dm "eb to hear the address of Mrs.
Kast lilhma on0 the work of the W.
M. W. Her artel was fine, and
highly e@qj byo~ the crowded house.
Div. Mr. tmmowe mide several very
apprMprsle comments on it.
Next oa the prog..m, "Resolv-
ed, That it Is right for members to
patsnim their own Sunday school if
coavenyiet," was discussed by Rev.
W. J. Folks and I. N. Rawls. This
appeared to be a caseof a "short horse
easily curried," and was soon over
without any argument.
Adjurnment was next in order,
oilagug, God Be With You Till We
Meet Again. Before the closing of
this hyma, Deacon L. L. Akin, of the
Heidtville church, extended an in-
vitation to all to come forward and
givl him their hands in token that
they had been greatly renewed by the

Whlea Ner Tered vYellew.
Onat eesnatio was felt by the
tes ofIL M.A. Hegarty, of LeAing-
*ea, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ig peew. His es dlaowly changed
e *ir, e his eyes, aad he suffered
hanld. HMe malndy was yllow
*odi Hur H w t d by the best
4tees, bt without beedt. Then he
adv ed toth Bheieerl Bitter, the
M stnaehand liver remedy,
ad he writs: '-After taking two bot-
gs I was wholly cured." A trial
iweMs t manubles merit for all stom-
ehb, liver and kidney troubles. Only
26&. MU by(amett& erig Druggs
MWrder Trial it Seater.
William J. Iane is on trial in the
iumtervile court charged with the
murder of George F. Offerman. Both
the defendant and the dead man are
promimeatly connected in the state.
Mr. Lane isa nephew of Mewrs. Eu-
gae, A. A. and W. S. West. He is a
youag man about twenty-five years of
age, aM is well liked, and is a special
Averite of his relatives. He had a
good reputation at the time of the

Mr. Oferman the man who was
killed was a brother-in-law of F. R.
tadsmmn one of the proprietors of
the Eified Mill Company.
diame of the ablest legal lights of
the state are retained in the case.
The defendant is represented by Om-
gr1mimn Robt. W. Davis, of Palatka;
fta. A. Brnford, of Oeala; Col. W.
R. West, of Valdoesta; W. F. limes
and J. R. C. Koonee, of 8umterville;
while the elato is represented by 8yd
L. ater, Alfred Abrams and Stark
t. IMarsh. Mr. Otto Butterwick, of
Nreeksvlle, is employed as the steno-

"Per thrse days and nights I suf-
-ed augay uasd from an attack of
others mrties brought on by eating
emeaumbesu, my M. E. Lowther, clerk
ef the datriet court, Canterville,

lew. "I thought I would surely die,
and I tried adeaen different medicines
bet aM to mo purpose. I sent for a
bahilef Chamberlda's Colic, Cholera
and I~arrhew Remedy and three
deses rsieved me entirely." This
remefy is f ale by Anti-Monopoly
Dvrg 8ste. I m
Ls Plft yase Cheap Ezeaursntee

The Plant System will run the last
chap eneetatoo of the season to Jack.
sneville, Fla., on Monday Oct. 14,
from t t. Peftsbrg, Brooksville, As-
twr, Lossug, Ocala and intermediate
pitas. The train win leave Ocala at
I-M p.m. Fare for the round trip
"Mt. Tiekets good to return includ-
be Oct. 17.
On Wednesday, Oct. 9, the Plant
mse will run a very cheap excur-
ais to t. HPetersbrg, and the tickets
wI be god to return until Saturday,
Oct. 1, givig two fall days, Thurs-
day amd Friday, In St. Petersburg, to
h ues *lag to stay there that long.
It will also give an opportunity to
vldt the Maafte river.
The matursl attractions at St. Peters-
bow at Ihs season. seh as ubathlng.

other points en route instead of St.
For further information call on or
address, Albert Gerig, agent, Ocala;
F. M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville;
W. V. Lifeey, D. P. A., Tampa.
To Care a Cold is One Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All.druggists refund the money
If it fails to cure. B. W. Grove's: sig-
nature is on each box. 25c. I t
Atlanta Journrl.
*eteodist and Wiem.
The Methodist church of the United
States, both the north and the outh,
has very strict rules of conduct for its
laymen and still stricter ones for its
The English Methodists are mueh
more liberal nla this respect. 0 e-
quently many American Methodist
ministers who attended the recent
eeumenieal conference i in London
were greatly surprised to see English
Methodist ministers and their ftumilies
use wine and beer at their tables.
They learned that this custom is pre-
valent among British: Methodists,
both clergy and laity.sThe American
Methodist commented upon it to some
extent while they were abroad and
their doing so has called forth retorts
from some of their British brethren.
Rev. John Bond, secretary of the ecu-
menical conference, said in a news-
paper interview:
They have made remarks, though I do not
mean to say they have beeu unkindly ones, on
the matter. My answer is that this a free co un-
try. America is not. We reserve the right to
drink alcoholic liquors in moderation, if Uwe
wish. The American dictum would "be rated
out by Wesley, who drauk winesto the end of
his life.
Some of the Methodist periodicals
in this country are rather severe in
their comments on the winedrinking'
habits of Methodists in England. A
great majority of Methoadlts in this
country would lose confidence in a
minister of their church who IndulP
ged habitually in wine or beer, and he
would probably be tried and dismalse
ed from the conference to which he-
belonged. The smoking or chewing
of tobacco by one of their ministers is
regarded with disfavor by most Amer-
ican Method'sts. Though they hold
the same articles of faith there is a
decided difference between American
and British Methodist on matters of
church discipline.
Saves Two Ireo Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi-
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
lif with Dr. King's New -Discovery.
Our niece, who had comsumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder-
ful medicine, and to-day she is per-
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yelld to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and colds.
Ji0o and $1.00 bottles gauranteed by
Garrett & Gerit. Trial bottles free. 6
Alashea County Dry.
At the meeting of the i',,,,r, of
county commiseioneis for Al huas
county last Tuesday permrits for the
sale of liquors, wines and ,b ** r. ere
refused and that county is nu.w as
dry as a bone. It is claimed that the
county was voted dry ii an : eetion
held on the 20th day of -"rtember,
1887-fourteen years ago. Judgre Bad-
lock in a recent decision said the drys
had "slept too long on th-ir rirht.."
It seems that Judge Bullock's decision
had the effect of arousing them from
their Rip Van Winkle slumber. Judge
Bullock has been asked to mandamus

the commissioners and compel them
to .issue permits. The case is being
heard at chambers In Sumterville.
You Knew What eou Are fakieg
When you take 'Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 5gc.
Kitohener Waats.oere Mon.
London, Sept. 20.-The Daily Ex-
press publishes a report that Lord
Kitchener has asked for 25,000 more
seasoned, mounted men, and for pow-
er to hang traitors, rebels and mur-
derers without reference to the home
J. Dodgers, of Frostburg, Md., writes:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney
complaint and tried Foley's Kidney
Cure which gave me imnmedtite re-
lief, and I was perfectly cured after
taking two bottles." Be dire you
take Foley's. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mI
Pianos and organs tuned, regulated
and retired in first elss mmannr.

You Can

to water but you can't
make him drink.
You can't make him c: i
either. You can stuff food i;>-
to a thin man's stomach L:-
that doesn't make him use it.
Scott's Emulsion can man:V
him use it. How? By mak
ing him hungry, df course.
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
body hungryall over. Thought
a thin body was naturally hun-
gry didn't you ? Well it isn't.
A thin body is asleep-not
working-gone on a strike.
It doesn't try to use it's food.
Scott's Emulsion wakes it
up-puts it to work again
making new flesh, That's the
way to get fat.
Send for free sample.
SCUTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Pearl St, N. V.
oaad Si.oo; alldrugitsf.
tt.JY THE:

Do not be l welved by those who ad-
vewtie a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
-:'0.00. Tlis kind of a machine can
ie b1hou-t from us or any of our from $15.00 to $1800.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machines. The
Double Feed bedwith other
strong liItat l mnkes the 'ew uene
the best tewiug Matchie to buy.
showing the dif-
Sf.erent styles of
i RCULARS-wine Maebines
vie manufacture and rilces before purchasing
2 I'atin Sq N. Y.. Chicago, Il., Atlanta, Ga.,
St. lul'l. '., ) x. s tn Fr.ianelo,


you're planting
when you plant
Ferry's 8eeds. If you
S buy cheap meds you cant
besure. Take no chace-
et Ferry's. Dealer evry.
where seU tbem. Write
S for 1901 R~eed AmBM=--
^e&w 01sk

Come Here
When You Want
Beautiful tYIish comfortabe HA-os
Taty o t ones Serviceable

You'll Find It Here.

S. A. STANDLEY, Ocala, Fla.
gW Out of Tow. Trade and alu Orders aspeosally desired

Emmumm Ann A

a masnurr

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Hubbard & Macduf,

ocal nr


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To grow strong. Unless we gt
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 beet-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

fI heart.

StllU 9 andd 4 CIty Market, OReala, Fm.

wila a OWNs of

inabs 2 "-- msof the vm ita aP~iu
do hewoasw

e. jinab bflL Is m 3033 UBIDEE tha
PAI T s 3&Y i ts NO -mk
A m 9 = M a n O
FAINT MA I It M 24V -obmumb
M ANT GNI% amil

Vmadd and.o t-irniee4 by



The plant System


Via all rail a




Via 8.8.

The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Rich.
mond and Washington.

The Southern Railway, via Savanuah, Colunm
bia and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Jesup, Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, via Say. Columbia & Ashville
Mobile & Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia and Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trans-
Sportation Company for Baltimore and Philb.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York, Wash-
ington and Baltimore.

Key West and Hava.






U'N"PAm TmuA~d ,&u IMA

Via Port Tampa ad
The Peninsular anad
Oceidenthi Steamship

"Nova Scotia and Prince Edwards Isl
Via Boston and the Canada, Atlantl and Plant Steamship Line.

Summer Tomist Tioktas


THE OC(AS -A UANNUR (Wflfltfts w a

"I murlN

W*WU be the ( rela nsenr

Ad a. ***ueag.
ef< IN. t h soimt0eln glooi
4 4 tIar, (of wIrow
P*.. .- ,..i-. the wlmow thickly hung
a --a****. ** ...* : 'te from M. rav,-en
a0-I 0 *W ernu ar mfru pr t. Ait flight.
a* I. --. that hark was home.nare trive.
La ** ..' -wm e. corme our *otrow ag night.
Mea. LOvTIa Bm: I :XGMI
Thol it w.Stahbr bwas set in.
Mor Meet hea twrn d arged.
Mr J. V. tw I viTiting in Portp-
MaJ. Hin y say tboeusands will visit
tow mut* fair.
4lmet ienmm areusld Orlando are

Sr 1. L. MeNgs, at rangeSpring.,
wsi m t tW ity yesterday.
Te leum-rte bivwlve is agaiu tecom-
6* a eupeuAar atiele of 111.
ih- Agret.ultur' <',llef- Wg L-ake
t4 "tn .'-t...4 I ewawy wats the larjcrst
ease*dlew-tit i itsI hblsiorv.

.1 Prauek Plihstls-. of Mlarltlnlt,
*a 1<- Itait Perdisatan diritig and
sea tie tvil war. a s d -.
Thw. ware as-u4ed fwor tbh mouth o :
motei wer l whate and fifteen col,-
m ed sarrni liwariton in tthi b m'-in*y.

MeN tWeabe NlwMiem, widow of ex-
wMaor Js MMtlnes Florlda'. war
mgoverser has Just died is Ten&. Her
peas wsam brought bome for burial.
lb. mppsE'bimg meareiger of cx-
t wt e uwor P. it aey and
--m vey IL. t smermn, of Talla-
hIma, isabeumed.
Admi al Irley semis to have twen
St 1- gu ty s t (allure to art on iu*
ag 1-t b tha was witiheld front
bom.- tlmetJeurmal.

Fer wn s. v, A lilttas 4 lauaentes
I owv i es**itbag so gis t a- Chamber-
b 's* Palm Rslm. Try it. For mle
bg Amti-M.Nsepolv Drug :ore.. ma
Thee to a ameram l regret eprjrsed
heig wiw Nr Thoias Lipton'% csnl.-
Hsshtamutp defeat. Thie )jlly ihriianuala
be am ae tethang bu( fri rudl its thit

Te arts. f tbhe lartdla legislatuie
for i3m havw t wpt rTvwedrl y .Mr. S.
T. OIrWUk. erlt Of llbte ire-uit court,
sad Ihe W4umt Jakteis of the pmar.
wo pase mils add gt their copies.
AN tw .iir unde *hlet y who
have tttlied. as well a tbea newpe-
par .IWwoptnedesnt, say they could
w &@ d@i tt betwtr than ethley, yet
e V* as teley did it it was the great-
me a vw sry in history-not a boat

Who .gWagbg .~.m rackig cougbh,
t a 4 *of rely's Hoey and
tW.r. T W umevs wll he relieved-
--I a Undftl *'e!lug and heal-
i d t the parta afSared will be cx-
ppTe. AUti*Mnsmuly Drug

l. .,-U m y be without iTS an-
11 ,ists Ift Ia mt without it. growing
e tq f 4 Iea FAr tintan.c be
-lidM .w the l'.wri*Whiath Va. > (r
trmany pub it tn hie paper that th,
ga--m isgagstue planted grat bit
-i rs asaehty iroadmad when it
p td r t r e imulte iality divorce
bel The ieek -what hall w, do
eith btMi

luew **ae osly feed the 'lame of
Nb with tkhe Sba.u tUM which is di-
p stnou w-ill ut-ivigurate A
aged i sad w' imprew dips-

M s as to lw the m aral bloom of
IMb h. rvwmatst. Astti-Mooop-
* r m
Chpmw aEas o ed to himself:
( q.t rteINtp will lok rfter the
'. lummv>dreP lebhley -1i to
hm ggdges; "' *pt the Texas lank
bi r ghers4f." Now if either ex-
--B_ be u kind *r itw'osiderate
bth O mWt be on. hall Evans t1 ceo-
easd a well las o-bley' What ex-
gewomm e MCl4 ti more natural to any
AmLTer-a uuder tlw *r,.*um-tatlae?
-l't. I'tiom and 'itiau.

I som &atomfild that Tretihtla Ieeth-
ins eiwderr hare waved m,,re -hill-
wem thal all the d 'tofr put t(eqther.
I tev r. nsamwue dIe Terthina when
ttw dq4 w v e augl the child, and it
cared at Ione. Latuw F. Waitkl, PI'h.
46.. lk lgW its. P It. i. M*6.

Tte FUvwktIt lFsglp think- Minis-
"of Wu*% jlatag langI .. right. It saY'.:
sTtw.rv .h.j.nkI Imv- im Isart~w thet tad-
inSUB#1140(i 4atI 'tnitat%'.'&ilt14 Wtsi" ile
loeuhm Iry We Istsuist at the gate Of
~kMde~airaniiSlothat (Ch illshall

thir 1le.ot *of her youth allI *-f1- ilt't-fit
mmd the-rn *'a 40 I. wi -1 t u-Vei r~

oleael apemp says Lad is Virgmle .
To-day in the clerk's office of the
Norfolk county court a bargain and
sale deed from the Dismal Swamp
Land Company to William N. Camp
was admitted to record. The deed
conveys to Mr. Camp land situated in
Nanuemond and Norfolk counties for
the sum of 76,500.
% illiam W. Old, executor of Lenore
1M. Van Wyck, deceased, and H. C.
Deming, administrator of Mary Agnes
Uordon, deceased to William N. Camp,
land in Norfolk county, $5,325.-Ports-
mouth IVa.) Star, Oct. 1.
Steps the Oeugh and Weks O the
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
uay. Price 25 cents.
Eiass ellie Seek o SMweree.
The strongest point in favor of Flor-
ida's divorce law Is the continued
howl against it by morally rotten
hypocrites whose daily lives ignore
the law of God and *nan and human
decen'y.-Bartow Courier-Informant.
America Agaia Wims.
In the second race between the Co-
lumbia and Sbhamrock II, the Colum-
isa won by half a mile.
Sir Thomas Lipton is sailing in hard
Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatu
leucy aud nausea are all connected
with dyspepsia or indigestion. Her*
blue will give the proper relief. Price
Sit cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

A Good Foundation
Mesas comfort, peace and health.
The blood can't circulate through
poor feet cramped and pinched into
tight whoes or thoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
bunion., and the sluggish circulation
affects the entire health.
We sell shore that are shaped 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.

mouth side of the square. Oeala, Fla.

IAmera's BIsless Fowl!

* I

in szo Cm03 fl0if LEZIOXT.

My breeding stock are direct from
Ohio and Tennessee, are Pure Bred
awd CaeesAt Lagers. Eg ahip-
ped In patent carriers, and
good hatch guaranteed. 2.00
per setting of fifteen eggs.
Reduction for quantities.

--Standard Bred, Pedigreed-

Write for Prices.

Ruth's books on breeding and man-
aging the Belgian Hare, 10, )0 and 2.5
cents, postpaid
I CO. O OI -. Orals. Flat.

feo. S.Hacker SoP.

il~K)W -,4XSH, BLIND3,
U~f, IV -DTIN G k'%--

Two budred bue of po-
tatoes remov,,e 'v : ounds ,
S of'actua! '" ho-the
soil. Unless this quantity
is returned to the soil,
.the following crop will
.materially decrease.


OCALA. FLA., September 27. 1901.
To the Stockholders of the Manatee Lemon
Sspecialmeeting of the stockholders of the
at the Ocala House, in Ocala, Florida on
Saturday, the ,?th day of October. A. D. 1901.
at 1o o'clock a. m.,to take action in the following
matters, viz:
:. To see if the company will issue and sell
its bonds and secure the same by a trust mort-
gage of all its real estate, personal property
franchises and privileges, to provide funds for
the extension ofits business.
a To see if the company will autharise the
Board of Directors to *osse 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 com.ny. and
the principal and intereetto be paya at s
tames 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 of directors shalldetermine, and to cause
tobe madeatrust mort e of all the real estate
pe a propey, frach and privileges of
the company to sncure the payment of thein.-
cipal amnd interest of such bonds, ia such earm,
uoon 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 behaH of the company by such officer of the
company as the board of directors shall deter-
mine, and to do all other things necessary to
carry out such issue of such bonds.
By order of the board of directors.


Order granted on the 26th day of March A.
D 901o, by the Hon. Robert Bullock as county
judge in and for Marion county state of Florida,
in the matter of the estate of MARTHA JONES.
deceased. I the undersigned, duly appointed as
commissioner therein, hereby give notice that.
on the

4tl day of Not ember, A. D. 190!.
between the hours of n a. m and 2 p. m, the
same being the first Monday in aid month. 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 Ocala.,
the following described real property as the pro-
perty in fee simple of Martha Jones at the time
of her death, and located in Marion county.
Florida. viz: Lot lettered "G" on that map or
plat made by T. M. Rickards of Joseph Cald-
well's sub-division of the Alvarez grant, said plat
being recorded in the public records of Marion
county. Fknida. in deed book lettered "*K" at
page 741. said lot being more particularly de-
scribed as hounded on the north by lots lettered
*0'" and "P". and on the south by lot lettered,
"R" asshown by said plat. Less, however, from
the above ten acre tract, six acres on the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Jones in
her lifetime to Agusta F. Brown. wife of Charfes
M. Brown. thus leaving four acres retraining as
the property of the said Martha Joses, and
which I will offer for sale under and by virtue
of the order aforesaid.
Q 6-st Commismoner.


vsented to me Tax Certificates No. 888., 893,
91. 920, 1291, 1294. 1296, a98,. 1324. 1. 13%6.,
sate of August 7, xg89. covering the following
land in Marion county. Florida, to wit: north-
west quarter of southeast quarter and west
quarter of south half of northeast quarter of
southeast quartersection s5. township 14, range
21. So acres; southeast quarter of northeast quar-
ter except 2to feet square in northwest corner
section 16. township 14. range 21t, 39 acres; south
half of northeast quarter of northeast quarter
section 21,. township 14 range 21, 2o acres; north
half of southeast quarter except north half of
northeast quarter of northeast quarter of south
east quarter section 2a. township 14. rate at,
75 acres; southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and north half of north half of southeast quarter
section 12. township 15s range aS So acres
half of northwest quarter section 14. township
15. range i1, So actes; northwest quarter of mouth
west quarter section 17, townlhip a5. tange IS,
40 acres; oeste quarter of northwest quar-
ter section 27, township :5, range I., 40 acCes;
northwest quarter section 1, township s, range
19. i6o.o2 acres: southeast quarterot northeast
quarter section 12. townshi 15 range 19. 40
acres; southeast quarter ecdon2. tw..twhi1p 1,
range a, 159.,6 acres: and upon said certificate
has demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed. it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated Sept. 30.190.. SISTRNK.
( eal) eS.T. SISTRUNK
(e-4 Clerk Circuit Court

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Wsented to me Tax Certificates Nos. xiS, %6,
187, l88. 210. 212, 214. 216, 220, 231, 232 235, 244,
246. 447 V74.45s and 459 sale of Angust 7th. 919,
covering the following lands in Manon county.
Florida, to wit: Lots 9 and 14 or west half of
southeast quarter, except 8 acres in square in
northwest corner sec 25. township 12, ranre 21.
72 acres, less northwest quarter of southeast
quarter and southwest quarter of southwest
quarter of southeast quarter, redeemed; 8.95
chains square in northwest corner of west
half of southeast quarter sec 25. township
12. range 21. eight acres; lot io or
northeast quarter of southwest quarter sec 25.
township 12. range 21: 40 acres: commencing ut
western corner of Thomas %;lark grant town-
ship 12, range 21. 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 beginning. loo acres:; 2 acres bounded east
by Florida Southern railway, south by half mile
line north and west by lands of Hickson being
1275 feet north and south by 6So feet east and
west. sec 34, township 12. range 21, 2o acres:
north half of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter sec 36. township 12. range 21. 2o acres:
lot 3 section 19 township 12, range 22. S.~a acres;
lots 3. 4, 5. 7, one acre less. sec 24, township iz.
range 22. i7o.3Sacres; southwest quarter of south
east quarter and east half of northwest quarter
of southeast quarter. sec 27. township 12. range
22. 6o acres: lot 4 block J Steele's ad Citra. town-
ship ta2. range 22; lot 4 block K Steele's ad Citra.
township 12, range 22; lot 4 L. W. Lipsey's ad
Citra. township 12. range 2j. 1.59 acres; com-
mencing 13.18 chains south of northwest corner
sec 33, township tI, range 22. thence south 1o5
feet, cast 105 feet. north zo5 feet, west ic5 feet, 25
acres, 1o5 feet east and west by 2io feet north and
south in northwest corner of southwest quarter
of northwest quarter of northwest quarter sec
33, township 12. range a22, So acres: commencing
at a point 13.18 chains south and to5 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 40
links north of northeast corner of lot D Rickards
survey of town lots in G. I. l. Clark grant
township 12. range 22. thence east 6.30 chains.
north 3.15 chains, 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, tno acres; south east quar-
ter of sonutwest quarter of southwest quarter
sec7, township 13. range a, 10o acres and upon
said certificates has demanded from me a tax
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice. nnless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated Sept. 7, 190o.
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.
9-13 Clerk Circuit Court.


ed to me Tax Certifiate No. a25 2615. sale of
August 7th. 1899. covering the following land in
Marion county, Florida. to wit: northwest quar-
ter of southwest quarter, section 3. townsip
17 range 20 east., southeast quarter of northwest
quarter and east three fourths of soutn half of
northeast quarter of northwest quarter. section
t8, township r-, south range 21 east. less one
acre also southeast quarter of northeast quarter
and northwest quarter of southwest quarter.
se-taon 32 township 17. south range 21 east, and
upon said certificate has demanded frerr 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
Dated August 30. r901.
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court.


Of Application for Tax Decd Under Section of
Chapter 4W8, Laws of Florida. DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
webber purchaser of lax Certificate No.
zoo6. date the 3rd day of October, A. P i9qof has n
filed sait. certificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to ie in accoroanc VOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. W
with law Said certificate embraces the follow-. MALLO purchaser of Tax Certificate No
ing described propertyvsituated in Marion cou- MALLOY. purchase of Ta A D. Cerfic hasteNo
iv Florida to wit: north half of northeast qu r- z dated the 4th. day of April, A. D. has
ter section da to wnshit 4, range ,eo acrt filed said certification my office, and has madcap-
The said lanbeing assessed at e date of th' plication for tax deed to issue in accordance with
The said lanced o sucheietificatein thendate o te law. Said certificate embraces the following dc-
isance of such ert te tname oame scribed property situated in Marion county.
Mason. Unless said certificate shall be redeem-
eM according to law, tax deed will issue thereoti Florida. to wit: south three fourths of south half
d accordthe to law tax dNovember A. D. e thereon of *at quarter section 30o. township 13
Witness my official signature and seal this so th rangen22 owhip cm rang at south-
the 2nd day ofOctober A. S. T ISTRUNK thnce east zo chain north 21.12 chains, west
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion County. Fiorida. chain,. S. north chains we 49z chains. south
cha.M. to l)it" of ,hginning. 49-30 acres. The
S -- ----a- n I ,.e'~g --'.--ed at the date ol issuance
of 'uch ccrti:icate in the name of J. A Morvin
NUTICE. & Co. t'nWes- *aid certificate shall be redeemed
accord'inm to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 1 2 th day of 0Octoh-e. A. I). ozi.
Witiu--i my rfficia: signature and seat this the
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit th. d, ept. AD 1 .
of Florida in and for Marion County-In -ca S. T SISTRUNK.
Chancery. C!z-rk C rcu:tt Lourt c:1 Marion Cuunty, Florida.

(;Gorge Washington. Complainant, vs. Maggie
Washiugton, Defendant.-Bill tfor divorce.
ING;TON. de(- aident hertin named be. and is


John P. Galloway has filtd with the Board of
County CommisMiouera of Marion cmOt.,
in the state of Florida, his application fr a
permit to sell liquors, wines and beer ins election
District No i of said county and Mate; that
such application will be acted upon by the said
board of county commissioners at their next
regular meeting, which will be held on the
ist Monday in xQch;ber. A. D. 19ol,
at io o'clock in the a. m. of the said day. and
the board hereby calls on uny citizen of such
election district who may desire todo so. to show
cause, if any there be. at the amid next regular
meeting of said board, why such permit shall
not be granted to the applicant.
By order of the Boardof County Conmmissioa-
era. of Marion county. Florida
This the 13th day'of August. A D. 1901.
Chairman Board of County Commissioners.
Clerk. 8-16


and by virtue ot a inal decree tredered by
the Hon. W. A Hocker thejudge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial circuit of Florids in
and for Marion county, in chancery. on the sth
day of August, A. D. aior, in a certain cuse
pending in said court, wherein D. C W. Smith
is complainant and Samuel W. Teane d
others are defendants, the undersigned, named
and appointed as special master to execute the
same, will on
Monday the 7th day of Odober A. D. ari.
during the legal hours of sale, in front of the
south door of the court house in Ccala. lorib,
offer for sale and will sell to the hies a
best bidder for cash the mortgaged premses
therein described, a s ollaws to wit:
All that lot of land lying in the town oe Ocala.
Marion county. Florida, and more particularly
de cribed as follows, via:
h Beginning at the northeateorner of lot No. s.
of block No. 55 in the city of Ocala. theace n-
ning south one hundred andaaN fdie at ns
west fifty-two feet. t am ~ -th ome k
and maeteen fect thece m a y wv to W
the poit of begiMM wM hI
or So much thereof m
fv amid ese a nd oea TMIUSM. O
ANDAmOIm 3&Amr puWSKe2

In the Circuit Court, Marioa County, hIorlI,
Fifth Judicial Circuit-In Chalcery.
Enoch W. Agnew, Complainant, vs. Hibbert 3.
Masters, et al.. Defendants.
Sand hein hereby required to appear to the
bill in this cause on
MAnder, the 71 deay qf Ockfrr, A. D., anmr.
It is further ordered that this order be pub
lished omce a week for four cos ecutve we
in tha Ocala Banner,
Tis Ahis Agu th, qot.
[SeaTj 8. T. SISTRUK.
Clerk Circuat C-rt.
Complaisant's Solicitor.
A true copy.
Attest S. T. SISTRUNK. Clerk,
823 By H. C. SISTRUNE, D.C.

TIO 13 IW1, 0 CMZ HAT.

undersigned. av administratorof the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL. will o the
z/th Day of October, A D.. 91w,
make final return of his accounts and ask a dip-
charge from his admintratorMlp of .aid estate,
in accordance with the law in so casesm ade
and provided.
This i9th April A AD. 1901.
4:9 xe6m Fst. of James B. Campbell. devised


sentedl to me Tax Certificate 1o. 2, sale of
August 7:h. t*-. covering the following land In
Marion county, Florida. to wit: west half of
northwest quarter of northeast quarter section
33, town-hip 12, range 21 east. and upon said
certificate has demanded from me a tax deed.
Therefore. after the expiratton of thirty days
from the date of this notice, unless redeemed it
is my intention to issue ktax deed to the said
Dated Sept. 5, x .o 8. T SISTRiNK,
9--5it Clerk Circuis tourt.



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prepare for the college. Poet-Graduate course are also offered.
Young men under military discIpline. Young women under
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and first elan equipment. Tuition free to Florida students.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
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| With New Things!

| And Still They Come! .1
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:
H Iartley's and D)undee Marmalade Sweitzer Cheese _
s-lb tins tino Prunes Edam Cheese
"-^ nHERE is one proverb especially for
--gal. and gal. crocks Queen;Olive Pineapple Cheese
S. housekeepers. It declares that the
('ros & Blackweli's Pickles Parmasau Cheese
Potlted Yarmouth Bloater best is always the cheapest. It pays Fromage Camenbert
SPickled Onions to remember this when buying coffee. Get Fmae de Rouefort
Pikld-mo Fromage de Roquefort

-redFoiGras the best. Don't be deceived You can't Shrimp Paste*
Pure de Foi Gras Shrimp Paste
True LierSaussage have value withou-t cost. The price of Chase Oxford Sausage
P-ati de Foi Gras & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee is a little Russian aia
More than common coffee, but it costs twice
Imported Fruit Syrups Mushrooms
STripe Xa la odeas much to import. It is worth ten times as Duck with Olives
^? iTnripe a la Mode Duck with Olives
Anciovy Paste much to use. It is no mere beverage; it isPigeon
^ Chow-( how food and stimulant both. If you want a Pumernickles
.- food-coffee try it. 1, ,1.-, -1b. T, T
Puree of Game f ffe tir : Lemonades
TI, h I 'a z1 c nI .:
Barle Duc JellyA ':":'.". :'' Fresh Mackerel

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 buv in large nhantitipe we ran cv vi,, m n ,n, h,., --

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