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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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 11, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."






098 Odfe ftNo Ger In IM SSppoloabd Judge of the EarWGe.Oetl
*~d Oman st an Sa" Seoe~d six T. ,S-eud Eaer eOf 000a In
an ad f eft W- Imerud S5~eraTomees asfOtiAttsraey sod
Gea seOmUse Poemlasat in Pubfe Seheel Affairs-The Bar Well

soe beid Jury a fMoe gMedImpreselve 5eumeut.

.or Ib l trm time in the history of
mti.* *4a a Imr Floridian-and in
'**,* m' a bnms (IaliJan--graces the
I ,tl 'al I ae o4, f thlia 'iru'it.
Jilot Wtllnam Itullol<-k wa as-
I"* t ti *Iti f fIt o y (inverut or-
A ileAI iA Josenasgs "l tleS alpplica-
Go *,: de a .4lUi *emictied almost unau-
s u.mly by the bar of the circuit.
d4ie e.m tmmeu bears date of Aug.

We gew as this b W of the Osals
U*rns.r a p-atee of Jdgef Bullock
abmb. ~m a mt p estprah and
,, ea sheet Wqmapbihel sketch
tbie papr eam--ed of him at the

^ A ftt hto fc -dt ye
a edk. p er rdimssof O3ma.
te &aft hg hess pbeem miewant
a so 5t ndwisn North Car-
Jed NI-&- was oborm May 1.
4. An me* mm l- his bb ity-dth year.
a ,4 &t ej.uyfg vt erums asnd robust
'*.ob. i was admitted to Sarttice
a* i 1. having graduated at the

held by the Ocala Banner before his
elevation to the bench it reproduces
an article it printed about him Nov.
., 1.1i, when be was a candidate for
mayor of this city:
'The friends of Judge Bullock in
preoenting his name for the offiee of
mayor of Ocala feel that his identifi-
cation with the growth of the city en-
titles him to the election.
"If the person who makes two
blades of grass grow where only one
grew before is a benefactor to the
world, them, ladesd, is Judge Ballock
entitled to the desination and 'is
many times a benebetor to Ocala.
"Whydo wesaythi? Became he
h1 44. e0vehigAU that -make. for
thasoy at thUe growth of the eity.
He bh planted and reaped. He has,
sew ad gathered. He has put his
meesy Into private and public enter-
prisms. He h m given his time, his
gmalm sad his energy to good in- He has set an example that
any community would point to with
pride. He started out in life with a
distiact purpose in view and has
steadily pursued it, turning neither to
the right hand nor to the left, and say-
Ing neither yea, yes, nor nay, or nay!
That purpose was to deserve the good

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J "Do these things count for naught?
Do they not serve as an insight and
index into character that should com-
mand very high admiration.
Judge Bullock's business life has
been as punctual, regular and unvary-
ing as his home life. He is as punc-
tual to his business obligations as the
pendulum to the clock. As a result of
which his business has prospered. It
has prospered because he has made it
prosper. He has devoted to It his time
and his talents.
"When Judge Bullock married he
had no home to shelter him and no
profession to aid him in obtaining
one. He acquired his profession since
his marriage and it is the fruit of toil
wrought out of the long hours of the
night. Whatever success he has
achieved in the ranks of the profes-
sion to which he now belongs, he at-
tributes to the midnight lamp. He
burnt the candle low in the socket.
He has been his own architect and
builder, and has carved his success
from the stump and out of almost
raw material.
"Few men who have attained to the
same degree of success, began life with
fewer advantages.
"Are these things without benefit or
healthful example to the youth of
Ooala, aome of whom may be ambi-
tious, but poor?
"We said when Judge Bullock mar-
ried be had no home nor profession.
We remember approaching his father
on the subject of his marriage jt be-
fore that Important epoch In his life,
and he said he had no objection to the
boy's marrying but be ptied him, for
he saw nothing In store for him but
warvation. The general at that time
himself was quite poor and was una-
ble to make any provision for him,
was, indeed, unable even to educate
him as he had hoped to do But the
General reckoned not of the kind of
stamina nor stuff the son was made.
"It can truly be said that Judge
Bullock began life at the bottom round
of the ladder and his success has been
owing to diligent toil and rigidly es-
chewing every evil habit. At a very
early period in his life he said avaunt
to cards, pool, billiards, whiskey, to-
bacco, oaths, idleness! Everything

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that would prove clogsand hindrances
to a clean, successful, irreproachable,
upright life!
"He has been a liberal promoter of the
city's growth. He has put his money
into every public enterprise. He is a
liberal supporter of every institution,
public and private, that has made for
the good of the city. His works tell
their own story. fie is a conasltent
member of the church, superlatendent
of the Sunday school, and a patron of
the public school He is a liberal
giver to charity and a tax payer in
every ward iu the city. He owns
houses, lands, stores, and dead oranu
groves. Hewaa heavy ufbmrerby the
freeR. He is identified In every way
with the people in town and country.
The city exacts in taxes from him a
sum that approaches something like
three hundred and fifty dollars an.
"Judge Bullock was born here, was
reared here, was married here, achiev-
ed his success here, and expects to die
and be buried here. That tells the
story of his identification with our
people and with the growth of our
"Judge Bullock loves the people of
Ocala and if merit and success and
good deeds-a virtuous, upright life-

count for anything, Oaala should be
proud to make uceh a man her mayor.
"Irae to his private and hismpubli
obligation, and loyal to his party,
Judge Bllock'sa friend proudly pro-
sent his name as one worthy the af-
rages of the people.
"His private ad hisbb pule emm
pie are more than Jewes. Hs seld
worth will piere beynd a temape ry
hurrah mthoigh IVopale the
flourish ea oraM mi mbufnm, andtme
flah of forms aad the m eds oe
brm bands."

The foMowing) Judge BM
imp-lve argeto the gm Joy:
Membena of the O-d jju y ar
GMrruaEn :-The embSy eemmis-
onmers, your fellow eltinsa, who mwe
charged with the duty of seleMg
person from 1eir aw
itieMas to serve -s gramd aad peti
jurors for the emelag term of this
court, and charged with the further
duty of seleeUtng such men as they
know or have reason to believe are
over the age of twenty-one years ad
who have resided in this stata for one
year, and in this county for sx months,
and citizens of the state of Florlds,
(Continued on 6th page)

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du-mi Hewntoa1w. mer 40rl Hiea~.
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kmignituw' ip I1Wv Hle
nipg mar sa Oihaim, in 111Mand agaite
""I ,He ww as o iyat.'mey for sier-
rui serum... stal ha. lee" na member ..f
i..mrd sof trussawo uf the 46 ala rnPull-
14- .1~ dwulri-Ifear thrr ee ,1"uasetive
9* W. l it warn ..maerofwraS .Vl latge
fulgv MAd oum wgvisve e tforethe
I,,. 46M0flewfrww. e of l's-7..Ua141 has
low" amti'.r islarge gAM~bopate, meer-
..tau ad neither bumiwimmeuteaerprim,.
%&,4 asds le bi U lekg1 Alndbusfines
ISr,4MHe w~s marrid In 1%N 4to
Mass Whit. keddik* of JackwonwlleI~,
sAd qhe ulsa s b houe blessed with
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will of hi- fellowmen. Not by sham;
not by deception, nor by hypocrisy.
Not by the dtare of trumpet norilthe
Nound of horn. Not by eating the pie
that others pay for. Not by attempt-
ing to make little things appear big
ones. Not by a hip and a hurrah. He
has no hoop-la nor fanfaronade attach-
nimenti. He was fashioned in a plain,
honest mould, and stands for just what
be is, but all that he is, and no more.
If lie ever pommemed them he has long
since discarded the glitter, gloss, foil
and tinsel that mark the superficial.
We warrant you mistake him if you
think he would run down, surround
and lasso a man, and thus having
him at an awkward disadvantage,
label him with his mark and brand.
He is not of that kind. He is not
built that way. As a citizen he is of
a different order and belongs to a dif-
frrent class. He has endeavored to
build up a reputation on other lines
and in other ways. On lines and in
-- .-. he and believe are more



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MA ZAU. L ea t W.

The Oola Banner must apoligie
for t I borteomlang, if any, this
week. Te editor ha. been away and
the ftera to on the jury. We think,
ader the dreumtances. the local ed-.
Itor and one small typo have done
airty well.
The circes are headed southward.
Paul Bert bha returned to Valdosta,
Mr. P. Jm-eau has gone to Boston
on buslam.
O(. Ottis Thachber Green is back
sem a prohmsloal visit to Washing-
ton, D.C.
M. S. A. Standleyand meee, Miss
LMw, have returmed rhom a ten day's
vtt to relatives l Georgis.
Mr. Vasee Weathes, who is one
ef the Jrymes, the guest of the
ailly ot his mude, Mr. B. A. Weath-

Mr. Jona W. ParMm, left last
Meafy for Jacksomville on a badus
m trip. He will extend his trip to

Mr. Jame R. Moorbead t for At-
tlaml Meoday over the Georgia South-
erm ad will be gone for a week or
ter day.
Mr. ad Mrs. L. Oumser and
ehUd r have returned term New
York vwher they have bems spending
the sumer.
M Trantham and mice, Mi
Tmatham, are *k from New York
whNe they have been spending the
past two moethb.
Riltor Wilsoo, of the Times-Union
sa4 iOtth is offto a month's vaca-
tion. The world forgetting but not of
the wormd gL
M. Gesge Roes is teaching the
ible school at Standard. As soon
ma the Aool doses she and the child-
s wUll oin Mr. Rom at Denedin.
Dimssiws, m of appetite, dlata
leaey and numea are all connected
with dyspeplia or indigestion. Her-
bite will give the proper relief. Price
f*, ceta. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Mr. F. E. Harris spent several days
in Lake City this week on business
connected with the Florida Agricul-.
tural College, of which he is a trustee.
Mr. Sidney Hiller and Mr. C. V.
Miller are back from a month's visit
In Sew York city. Mr. Hiller also
visited relativeng in Maryland during
hi absence.
I am Mati.fled that Teethina feeth-
ins lPowders have saved more child-
ren than all the doctors put together,
I have r commended Teethina when
thid<'tors ptve up the child, andi it
rutrl at once. Louin F. Waibel. Ph.
(G., iruggist, St. Iouis...<.
Mrs. Hltrlbtrt I.. A~idersmou has gnw
t, whhre !he will .qp.-ud the
Sister in orMldi to b. with her daugh.-
tf-. Fratn, t< u t t tl.-,,:! I iiv-rsity.

Dr. Dan Morgan Smith and son,
Morris, have returned from New
York where they have been for the
past six weeks. They also visited the
Pan-American expsitlion and other
Backache should never be neglect-
ed. It means kidney disorder, which
If allowed to run too long, may result
in Bright's disease, diabetes or other
serious and often fatal complaints.
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid-
neys well. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Capt John L. Carney, the pioneer
orange grower of Lake Weir, was a
visitor to Ocala the forepart of the
week and sesaks hopefully of the re-
habilitation of the orange groves in
that section. Many of his trees are
now bearing.
For all fresh cuts or wounds, in
either the human subject or animals,
as a dressing, Ballard's Show Lini-
ment is excellent: while for sores on
working horses, especially if slow to
heal, or supperating, its healing qual-
ities are unequaled. Price 25 cents
and 50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
tore. m
John. B. Floyd, wife and children,
of Firfield, returned home this week
after a visit of six months in the
mountains of Virginia, North Oaro-
lina and Georgia mueh Improved In
health, andare glad to be again In
the "land of flowers".
J. Odgerw of Froetburg, Md., writes:
"Ihbda very lad attack of kidney
complaint and tried Foley's Kidney
Cura whieh gave me Immdiate re-
listef, I was perfectly cured after
-Mku tw bottle." Be sure you
take Foley'L. Anti-.Monopoly Drug
Stern. m
Mr. a"d ME. J. Buttgebaeh re-
turme.dsMNaday from their trip to
their ed hema in Paris, Famee.
They were guests at the Oeala House
this week. Mr. Buttgenbaeh who I
went abroad for the benefit of his
health, is very greatly Improved.
When you cannot sleep for cough-
ing, It is hardly neessary that any
one should tl you that you need a
few does of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to allay the irritation of the
throat, and make sleep possible. It
It good. Try it. For sale by Anti-
Monopoly Dreg Store. m
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves, Misses
Iola and Johnnie Liddon left last
Monday over the Plant System for
Minneapolis, Minnesota, where they
go to attend the convention of the
Christian Foreign Missionary Society,
of which society Mr. Groves is one of
the board of managers.
What a splendid type of tireless
activity is the sun as the psalmist de-
scribes it issuing like a bridegroom
from hais chamber and rejoicing like a
strong man to run a race. Every man
ought to rise in the morning refresh-
ed by slumber and renewed by rest,
eager for the struggle of the day. But
how rarely this is so. Most people
rise still unrefreshed, and dreading
the strain of the day's labors. The
cause of this is deficient vitality and
behind this lies a deficient supply of
pure, rich blood, and an inadequate
nourishment of the body. There is
nothing that will give a man strength
and energy, as well as Dr. P"er Golden Medicatl Discovery. It dot's
this by increasing the qututity and
quality of the blood supply. This

remit De.ts bess&a .
The fall term of the circuit court
*opened last Tuesdsy, Judge W. te.
Bullock presiding. The judge's
charge to the grand jury is printed in
full elsewhere.
Owing largely to the judge's dldual-
Ification in many cases there have
been no important trials up to the
hour of going to press.
Messrs. 8yd R. .Carter, state attor-
ney, B. A. Thrasher, Evans Haile,
Robt. E. Davls, James A. Carlise and
Chris Mathewson, of Oainesville, are
visiting attorneys.
The following are the names of the
grand and petit jurors.
Petit jury, first week.-J. B. Enecks,
T. L. Cooper, R. D. Jones, J. 8. Mar-
tin, J. C. Folks, W. V. Weathers, 'J.
W. Colbert, 0. A. Farris, R. A. Bri-
gance, 8. C. Howell, N. W. Wydham,
D. L. Mark.
Petit jury, second week.-W. L.
Pasteur, H. W. Jones, L. E. Mock, D.
B. Brinso:, L.V. Porter, W. M. Benus,
8. J. McCully, W. 8. Stewman, W.
M. Davis, Stewart Ramey, W. A.
Goin, C. C. Waits.
Grand jury.-S. B. Pyles, Foreman;
8. 8. Savage, Secretary; R. E. Perry.
W. J. Hogan, T. J. 8herouse, 8. L.
Friday, P. W. Spellman, W. E. Mar-
tin, W. P. Frink, D. A. Walker, W.
G. Ford, H. M. Sherouse, R. H. Red-
ding, W. P. Priest, P. V. Leavengood,
C. H. Mathews, James Sherouse, J. J.

Strikes a Kieo Fiad.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous de-
bility," writes F. J. Green, of lanese
ter, N. H., "No remedy helped me un-
til I began using Electric Bitters,
which did me more good than all the
medicines I ever used. They have also
kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says Electric Bitters are
just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and invigorator
for weak, run down women. No other
medicine can take its place in our
family." Try them. Only 5ce. Satis-
faction guaranteed by Garrett & Gerig.
A Delightful Party.
Iast Saturday afternoon at her
pleasant home in the second ward,
Miss Leafy Sylvester entertained her
friends at cards. For those who did
not play cards crokinoles table were
provided. Whist was played until
nearly dark. The scores were counted
up with the result that Miss Edna
Dosder won the first prize, a hand-

some vase, the second prise, also a
vase, was won by Mis Eloise Miller.
The crokinole prize, a comb and brush
tray, was captured by Miss Sue An-
Light and dainty refreshments were
served by the young hostess.
A most delightful afternoon was
spent by all all.
The following were those present:
Mins Edna Dosler, Sue Anderson,
Eloise Miller, Aie Van Juhan. Marie
Bullock, Jhonie iddon, Beatrice
8inelair, Florrie Condon, Louise Har-
ris, Dora Ma. Vogt, Evelyn Pelot,
Mattle Williams, Emily Pfelffer, Bee-
sle Porter, Charlie Jefords, Alice
Yonge, Annie Edwards, Annie Mae
Standley, Mrs. Carstens and Mrs Per-
It 64dgs the tebe
The fame of Backlen's Arnica Salve,
as the best in the world, extends round
the earth. It's the one perfect healer
of cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores,
scalds, boils, ulcers, felons, aches,
pains and all skin eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25e a box at Gar*-

rett Gerig's. 1
Oar Coeuty Beards.
The county commissioners of Cit-
rus county met the commissioners of
this county last Monday and the two
boards entered into an agreement to
build j intly a bridge across the With-
lachoochee river.
About six Confederate veterans
were recommended to be placed on
the state pension list.
No other important business was
The school board passed a resolution
notifying sub-school district trustees
that if they wanted more money than
was appropriated they must make
their own arrangements about borrow-
ing same.
No other except routine busioue&
was tranaceted tby said board.
Ve m Know What Ve Are faking
When you take 4irove's Ta.steless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle. %h, ing that it is simply Iron aind Qui-
nine in a ta-st!-8s forn. No C Nr,. LoL
pay. 3'k.
A Millinary Display-The Ladies Will
Be Interested.

1'r! ). M. Hick ha~s Iurrh-i.. H.
Mai. hiar a'i~iI1t ut from Mrix.1

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Wednesday afternoolm at her eoyb
home on Watula street, Mrs. N. M.
Allred was the hostess of the Young
Latien' Whist Club. This was the
first meeting of the club since early
summer and was greatly enjoyed.
After about twelve hands of whist
dainty refreshments were served.
The prize was won by Mrs. Frank
Tee following were Mrs. Allreds
guests: Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mxs.
F. A. Teague, Mrs. F. L. Watson,
Misses Mary Reardon, Lulu Gary,
Florrie Crook, Freddie Foy, Lena
Bullock, Esther Weathe,. Meta Jew-
ett and Sara Harris.
Miss Lena Bullock will be the hoe-
tess of the club next week.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lemne ambition: beauty, vigor
and cheerfulnes soon
S disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
or diseased.
^ Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uni,nujo
for a child to be born
aff itedwith weak kid-
neys. If the child aurn-
ates too often, if the
urine scaldis the fl or If, whem the dnd
reaches an age wh t should be able to
control the paig!. It is yet afficts wit
bed-werdg. depend upon it. the caMse o
the di y s kidney trouble and the art
step should be towards the trement of
these important orga. T11-0
trouble is due to a ao d
kidneys and bladder sad not to a habrt as
mo people- m m .
Women as well a -M a e m bo mo-
erable with kidney sad bladder t e,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swmp-Roeet issoon realsed. It is sold
aent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mad
free, also pamphlet tell- -i-d --.t
ing all about it. inclhdag may of
thousands of testimonial letter received
from suffeers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmr
& Co.. Binghamton. N. Y., be swe and
mention this paper.

no oven ......... ......... '
One chest Carpenter's Tool,
complete, a big bargain ag 45~~
Lot new Hat RaeH$4.5 to 15'
Lat MowingS elbsep.
We have always on head
in new and second hand' Forntturr '
all kinds. You will do well to call .11
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Do not be deceived by those who ad-
vertise a .00.00 Sewng Machine for
$20.00. This kind of a machine n
be bought from us or y of our
dealek-rs frot $1&.00 to l0fl0
we MAKC A vanieV.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machina. TMhe
Dble Ife4 combined with ether
strong points makes the New E e
the best Sewing Machine toby.
WoII fiO W URZaG the 4t.
we maneuetuar and pliess berosre pun8ebes
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Protects orchards, prdas, eettee.
corn, tobeis, eueumbOsN teotm,
and all other fruits sad v"bme
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fretly baked in Imoders r v
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by the very best home M asi

Ptanm and organs trawl. related
and repaired In a fir st elhm mma
Also make a specialty of repairlet
fOne violins and guitars.
W. P. PIta.
P O.RBFx 6,5,5, OAla, I'la. -..'

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An Ancient Foe
To h ownmn h W in.s Scro -
n I am a erm i te. a m.emof'-
U CsOm banehes in the neck, <.
figole the skin, inflamef the r"'
membrane, wastes the mn.'ci. ', '
ea the bones, r Idhc' tiw p i ,r
resistance to dise'we an'l to .& '
for recovery, and deov.: t
-A be ar"ea "*s ?': r'"
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n W decline. I w L pw.. ,r,,: t
kSrSspU.tlL and whenI I h'.,.'.1
of botIt my neck was hcaed. :t "
NWbUd any trouble of tw kI : I
MM. IL T. S.r"m. Truy. Ohi<.
looda s Sarsaparille
and P s
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maoealy, they bhave rd *hommd

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Oue large Cabinet Onraon, first
clats order .. ..1 .
One Standard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two burner, with
oven, only. .. 5 .
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, :no

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Our Fall Announcement!

Special to the Ladies!



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 Marion 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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mUXZ Xa wabor.

Seth Law enjoys being fed to the

The lDuval county convicts will be
leased on the fifteenth of this month.
Tea million people in China are
homeless on account of the recent
It 1i estimated that the Texas rice
crop this year will amount to one
million sacks.
Admiral Slchley, heroof the greatest
naval victory ever known, was retired
Ilat Wednesday.
President Roosevelt proposes to
make a southern tour. No president
since the civil war will be so ge nuine-
ly welcomed.
tSnce New Jersey has ceased to fly
the democratic banner, it has become
the home of trusts and anarchy. It
bad best get back in the democratic
After expoure or when you feel a
cold esming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never falls to stop
a cold if taken in time. Anti-Monop.
ole Drug Store m
PreY eeor Hackel's assertion that
monkey defended from man does
not, however, entirely upset the theo-
ry that monkey* have sometimes de-
enmded from trees.-Atlanta Journal.
Ia't Perry Heath nervy? He haa
changed the name of the Seventh Na-
tional bank of New York city to the
MeKlaley National. We hope by this
new name it will not smell just the
Pro William Mathews, in the
aterday Evening Poet, says that
bmiawoerk rarely ever kills. He says
the hardet students generally enjoy
the best health.
Comt Ito, of Japan, one of the
m1st uwederfa statesmen since the
time of Omfeeims on a visit to the
United states. Under the directing
hAd of the count, Japan is being
reqomlu as ome of the great powers.
If the Trpleal uM ad other newe-
pa a Florida are going to gush
Stm evtryt the marriage vow is
rebm md diverse are grated they
wM beem we spoutm than the
oll weo m Spdle Top hill
tM_- Ot :"l:, (T1m4 les us -
mat -hltte if a that "the new
pmdemt sever drove a male on a
tow path, -werpit mile kA m o-
Kt, to pay hr his woM remad
law Nyes t fa t I| pio no > orw
4dd W the ter 1-2 pIes-
NMe hash always h ad ~ hbs.tO
taw. k is a P"PMNIW mary."
A Mw mehr M mefm is aew
eo sale at the AtU-Moopely Drug
s8we It is called Chamberlain's
rmsneh ad [Aver Tablets. It gives
q-uekict ad will prevent the at.
tokfl rven ooaas the fist Indil
emtem of the diame-s appe-e. Price
Sseasts per box. tmples tree. m

Kmnw that i spe of bud work in the
clear fost air e blood often becomes
hpe. The heavy food served in the
mnber ps is to a great extent re-
this condition of the
Md. whch eders the body an easy
wry to maay forms of disease.
Tbe is no better
blood purier than
Dr. Pierce's Gold-
e- Medical Discov-
erv. It cures erup-
tion. pimples ec-
z e nia. scrofula.
rheutnatimi. adn d
other diseases
caused by an im-
pure condition of
the blood. It cures
abtolutelv and al-
together Iby cleans-
ing the blood from
the aoon which
brd wanted dws-

strtute tor thl v I- ,
-cover Tht-re is
tK) ,"her e -wicciv.e
,u1t a- gkXX""for
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To the Editor of the Ocala Dsuser *
In view of the fact that south Geo-
rgia and Florida will have an excep-
tionally fine crop of sugar cane, I
want again to urge growers to be
careful &in manjufacturilg and pre-
pari ng the cane sirup for market.
It should be boiled to a proper con-
sistency, without being scorched or
overheated, and then put up In cealed
cans-balf gallon preferable-and
then kept in a cool place till you are
ready to market. Great care should
be had to make the syrup of as light
color as possible. This can be accom-
plished by using the necessary chemi-
cals to induce proper precipitation,
lime water is good, and by being very
careful in skimming.
Sirup properly made and put up as
suggested will readily sell for sixty to
eighty cents per gallon, and to prove
that there is a market, will give my
experience in trying to procure a
small quantity of such sirup during.
the month of August.
I desired to send a can or two to a
gentleman in Nantucket, Mass., and
gave the order to a grower in Cairo,
Ga., who last sesaon put about thirteen
thousand gallons in cans, and could
not get even one can. I then corrse-
ponded with three others with the
same result; finally Dr. Walker, of
Huntington, Ala., supplied my wants,
but expressed regrets that the sample
sent was not of the best, as the best
had all been sold.
Handle your cane with care. Make
the best sirup that can be made from
it, and then put it up in tin packages
made air tight, and you will realize
twice the revenue you now obtain for
this farm product.
A. & I. Agent, Plant System.

DftaesI Cannot be Cturd
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is oy one way te cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have rumb-
ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unle the inflamma-
tion can be taken out and this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an la hmed con-
dition of the. mucos er&ees.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured ty
HaiPs COtarrb Cure. Send for circu-
lars; free.
F. J. C iz&Y a& Co., Toledo, 0.
Soad by Dr a TG7e.
Hail's Family PllUs are the best.

Lab- City to strasthe more
houmssmf at any tme in Its history,
ad, hat bette, every 1e0 and

us em Live Oak, lesyevie and
Palatha. All lot South Florlds is on
aa unprecedented, etautantial and ap.
Sparently permanent boom. A circus
and menagerie coming to town and
pitching its tents is not more bustling
and busy than the city of Jackson-
vile. The work of rebuildinag tis ging
on day and night under electric ark
lights. If Aladdin had lived in this
day and visited Jacksonville he would

have thrown away his lamp in utter,
mortification and disgust.
A report form Supt. J. C. Gluck,
Reform School, Pruntytown, W. Va.,
Oct. 18th, 1900. "After trying all
other advertised cough medicines we
have decided toliuse Foley's Honey
and Tar exclusively in the West Vir-
ginia Reform Sehool. I find it the
most effective, and absolutely harm-
less." Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Besides the dramatic scenes witness-
ed before the Schley court of inquiry
by "fighting Bob Evans" and others,
there were also real tragic incidents.
Judge Wilson. Admiral Schley's chief
counsel died suddenly, and Miss Laura
Lemley, sister of the Judge Advocate,
was burned to death at her home in
North Carolina.l Fatality seems to be
following the court.
Mrs. T. Briddlemuau, of Parilhall-
vii'e, Mich., was troubled with salt
reum for thiirteen years and had tried
a numbtir f doctors without relief.
After two atqlicatious of Banuer
Salv- htr luatd, Iiek.amenbetter and iu
A hOrt tln: .t!he was eutir-ly cured.
, 1-Nwareof .ul'.-:itu'es. Auti-.Mou oly Irus gst,,'re. in


White Cream Vermifuge is a highly
valuable preparation, capable from
the promptitude of its action, of clear-
ing the system in a few hours of every
worm. Price 25 cents. Anti-Monop.
oly Drug Store. m
An oil gusher has been struck in a
place called Jennings in Louisiana,
and one in Velaseco, Texas. We are
striking oil in many of the southern
The Atlanta Evening News has sus-
pended publication and leaves an
open field for the Atlanta Journal, one
of the most progressive newspapers iu
the south.



TONIC AND V11 ALIZER -i with wi'ittt:
guarantee to cure nervon, tftiiity. "o! t vit.*i,.y.
ailing zmemnc rv s. it. I L-. yteria. i',1.4
all draino)u-ji the n-r ;- -, -ty-n ca-e, 'v 'a
habits or excef.g v t -. t 'acco c : ,.r
iiquors r i.;g i,-c 'u, t.". 't L1l,1 1: w.qrt1
o4f ifaS4,1 tv. ,: !i*'i,--'' T i ''ea1^ I; ....
p)piT' glow to ;)ar" .icks. '.: ":k -\ i. ':;:_
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Weusm Su9~g Is Octerad'
To the Editor of the lsaer:
It would hardly seem possible for
any person of ordinary intelligence to
visit Colorado without becoming con-
vinced of the va!ue of woman suff-
rage to society and to the state. How-
ever one's previous convictions might
have differed from this conclusion, It
is one that must almost inevitably be
forced upon the ordinary intelligent
preceptlon, when brought face to face
with the great object lesson of Its
working demonstration. For myself,
I required no conversion, it is true;
but my belief is no longer faith alone,
but light as well. Even the enthus-
astic advocate of the political enfran-
chisement of woman is aroused to
new energy in the vistas of larger life
and finer social results that reveal
themselves as the result of this high-
er step inlprogress in the centennial
The fact that women are voters
changes the entire structure of society
to a degree that is surprising, even to
those who have theoretically believed
in this same result. It is all we had
believed, and even more so. What-
ever special interest women have at
heart, whether the building of a club
house, the extension and higher de-
velopment of the schools, or the im-
provement of any municipal matter,
their effort is perforce taken seriously,
and not regarded as a matter of amuse-
ment. The result is that the woman
takes her place in the affairs of life as
a rational and responsible human he-
ing; and that social matters and con-
versational interchange are infinitely
more interesting and significent.
State Fair etets.
Leon county held a meeting on
September 21st and will come to the
fair with Jerseys and cream.
Judge Sharon says Gadsden will
come and that the tobacco exhibit will
make you wish you lived In Quincy.
The list of exhibits Emory, of Pasco,
sends in will till the tent.
And now old Orange is mad and
wants about a thousand feet to spread
Neel says: "Save me space, Holmes
county is coming, eight hundred
pounds of hay and all."
And now Jackson will close the gap.
The west will be here solid.
The east Thieg Abeet Sir Themas.
"I believe in advertising," says Sir
Thomas Lpton. "It is the lifeblood
of modern trade. Everybody reads,"
he continues in a late interview, "and
buyia& a newspaper space Is the best
investment any merchant can make
after a selection is made of goods and
the prices are made right."
Another cargo of silver ore of about
M000 tons is due to arrive at Galveston
from Chill in a few days. The ship-
ment is a big thing as it takes several
hundred oars to handle them. The
shipmentware being unloaded at the
Southern Paeulie wharves in Galves-
When you have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after
eating you may know that you need a
de.e of hamberlain's Stomach and
lver Tables. Price 25 cents. Sam-
pIee free at Anti.Monopoly Drug
Store. m
West Tampa had a $200,000 con-
flagratlion recently. The fire origi-
nated in the cigar factory of O'Hall-
oran & Co., one of the largest iq the
city. It i supposed that it was the
work of the striking cigar makers.


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f[IR a quarter of a cen-
Itury Foley's Honey and
Tar. has been curian
babies of croup and
whoopig cough. In that time
it has saved thousands of little
lives and every year it goes on
saving more. Physicims who
have tested it know Frleys
Honey and Tar is tbM md
icine for little folis aod
much superior to the old time
muriate of ammonia mixtres, so
often prescribed by doctor, ad
which are so often ineffective
Its etisly free fromi es" d
Li ottle H like .

Icl Mem L a 3*3IM SALVis k 5"ON
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se* The Epworth League and Punday
On Wast saturday the poetoflcee de- 5thool conference of the (Uainesville
partlent at Washingtou signedd a district, 3. E. church. South, which
"ual order barring .Mrs Hiele Wil- vwa held at lReddiek, Octo ber 1-4, wa,
msun, of e4aIhr*-, .e, from the uw of a very interesting and profitable oc-
the mall in -***ine.tiuon with the cation. Presiding Elder Patterson
w-In.-e ftor **"',ratltiag through the presided with great acceptability.
mailm for obtaiiniig Utlon y y false About thirty-five dehgates and pas-
Ipreta-." torn were present. The aermona,
Prominuesit Fl I0slianll were in speeches, discussions, etc., were in the
Washlngtogi. lly watching the i>r.- main very fine. Presiding Elder Hil-
,,r of the eane. atluoug whom was burn, of the Tampa district, was a
tovernor Jenning-, 'Congreasman welcome visitor. A question box was
I[ vit. ',ol. Otis Thatcher Green, of very interesting feature of the confer-
this city, who was the legal represen- ence. The address by Rev. H. A.
tive of Mrs. Wilnhaus-iP.uet. Hodges on "The League's Relation to
The authorities isuetd a statement Soceal Problems" deserves special
ferslbilng a synolwin of their ease. mention. Among the problems he
They ay Mrs. Wiluans claimed pow- noted socialism, foreign immigration,
er to eal ay disease or affliction, in. the negro question, sabbath obser-
I e4dhiag poverty. hy method of thought vance, divorce, lynch Aw, capital and
e nnevetrated on the patient. "Evi labor, the liquor traffle, etc.
etles gained." continue' the -tate- The Reddiek people turned out en-
smeent, "-bowed that a large niumoberof mass to the meetings, and were un-
i ornome applied and paid money for bounded in their hospitality.
extenuion of her thought Ipower to The conference adopted a district
their upe.thl* .*l*-. To tlihe', she ".it constitution and hy-laws, and elected
iiot4ructiioms that the-y should set apart the following officers for the ensuing
flte-, ntinteiv dadly in wj hih tlo for- year: Rev. I. S. Patterson, president;
g*ct .itUe-r matter%, and permit the J. P. Philippe, of O(als, 1st vice-pres.
healitgn thluaht Khe .'e-it to, enter their ideut; Miss Ossie Griffin, of Anthony,
,.diei. aHdl renew them." During the 2nd vice-president; Rev. R. H. Bar-
h-ariing tihi week evi.lence was ad- nett, of Leesburg, 3rd vice-president;
dalidedt Ph, owiiag while ie.,-otti named i E. D. Ron, of Reddick, secretary; Miss
IDyt,,n were acting chief clerks for Neal Wicler, of Coleman, treasurer.
her. he olpese t tthe mails, removed An executive committee consisting
the money, a.nd, without carefullyy of the above officers and the following
reading the letter returned them additional members was created: The
lbeek to, letrks to be answered with pastor, Stunday school superintendent
certain s teronyped letters. Further and Epworth League president, of
evidence was offered, and not ditsput- Gainesville; J. A. Munden. of Ocala;
ed, showing he, in addition to prom- Mrs. I. S. Patterson, of Gainesville;
ibini to. euld thoughts at certain hours Miss Meriam Keer, of Archer; Miss
each day, also did considerable liter. Cora Estridge aside Mr. O'Haver.
ary work. Granting that she was a
wn n ntf &n-wv tho anuhoritS-ioeomn-

eleded she was utterly unable to find
it pssdble *to even make a pro-.
temae of sending specific and individ-
ual thoughts to all her patients, on
account of the limited number of
hour. In the day." To this she re-
plied that abe could thinklof a thous-
and at a time as easily as one. With-
out entering into the merits of the so-
called science, except so far as decep-
tion was Impomed upon unfortunates
induced to take treatment, the offi-
vialm declared the scheme "a fraud."
Free the *Slas lveaing Star of
April Ist, 1901.
*We are indepted to Mr. George
I'loe forw the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown tu Florida.
Mr. 'lome is a man of tine judgment,
and one of the mot successful trucker
In the state and he is a generous and
large hearted as he is prospeaous."
Mr. (lose bought his seed from the
old reliable ueedman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
had especially adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the fine strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
and tomato eed. rsee display adver-
vertiseamat in another column. 7-12'tf
At th OrCo0mms Lost Samday.
Rev. Hugh Morris, who hPi aveept-
ed a call to the Prewbyterli church
in this city, preachebed his initiatory
sermo as the regular pastor last Sun-
day moraleg. Mr. Morris was greet-
ed with a splendid congregation. His
sermon wmexcelleutaud was listened
to with prefoand attention.
In the evening the subject of Mr.
Morris' address was the awi.-iation
of Pnresdent McKinley. ""r Morris
bids fbir to become a very popular
preacher in O,-ala.
Wev. Howard Dutil, after an absence
of 1ix weeks in Pennsyvani-, filled
his regular appointments in the Meth-
odist church both in the moruiug and
evening, much to the delight of the
Rev. C. M. Gray, rector of tbe
Epwvopal church, filled his pulpit
last Nuoday morning and evening.
"For three days and nights I suf-
fered agony untold from an attack of
cholera mnorbus brought on by eating
cucumber, says M. E. l.owther, clerk
of the district court, Canterville,
Iowa. "I thought I would surely die,
and I trial a dozen dittereint medicines
but all to, no ptUriso9'. I selnt for a
tnottleof 4'haml.rlaan'. "olic, 'holera'
tndI Diarrhoiea lieni my and three
|d..e-- relieveol ite .titirely. Thi
rol.isly I" for I:" ., A tdI-M, ino oly
Prti Stto.rer. ti
AnIl t 'lil:su y l)pt-w ag el atboiut
Vent 1 ., i- I. tlti t ry t iotlt ierii
-tI*Iv'r'" F it- li it: > osf the Iaiy is
M i1- \ .alimer, of New )r-allas.
*mL tie GOL DUKST twins do yar work*"

I am now prepared to lty cotton in
in any quantity at highest market
prices. At same old stand. Geo. K.
Robinson, Ocala, Fla. 962m



Fare Best

For Fall Wear.
The goods we have
provided for t he
making of fall cos-
tumes ought to be a
' pleasures to the la-
dies of this city
There is such a
wealth of rich, warm
colors, and such a
variety of grades.
Evry price sup to
the highest possible
standard forthbe price
but some prices are not so high as

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

Real laC' or Plain.
SIn our line of hand-
kerchiefs we made as
i abroad a selection as
possible. Our care
was especially given
.to real linen hand-
kerchiefs, both plain
and with lace trim-
ming. We have a
beautiful hemstitched
handaerchief--o ood
I i e n too-which
we- C,,i s ui 1a a dime. Lots of other
equal tlargainis.





A lit-W al t C.. nlttt' treatme ntt, coti.ititug
hppO,-u`tit4 Cap-lUlt of Oirtment ar~d two
,IO'1 (hitilcuti. A uccer-failiiug cure ;'1r
IIXjtc n4 cvuvt niatrtr and degree. It makc!- cu
1'r~ t:w:t lh th knitt. w hlich is paix: ;l. an!
in iinnevrscar' ,* t-
hi' th:s tv rrii0 e i a~ We pack a wr:::,t
:i i:lrr e ;:i ~h 'i lwc. No~cure. no T
'id a S ;. vut hb- mail.

f nlo rs'PATION l tui- ;'i i Pre,,nte -0
ir~llv n R~lctCit ivcr I ~Clv l! ),t
arC: toniach, regil itor :' 1- 11 1
pecti' ~ ~ats.)d urchiltlrvn'. use F: !t 0 -
-.Ants-Moz, .% '2.I)rtig Store.







This Whiskey is

Especially Recom-

mended for medici-

nal purposes, being

Absolutely PU RE

and Free from all

adulterations. It is

heartily recommended by the best

medical authorities.
) For sale exclusively by

GEO. A. HUTCHINS Manager 4
> McGrath's Depot for Imported and Domestic 4
A Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
, Pheme Ne. 9, 4
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To grow strong. Unless we get
goel meat we may as well let
it alone. There is no stren.cth
in tough meat -instead of iv-
inug, it takes strength to digert
it. It paj to te care-ful it,
buying mnest-he sure to gel
the tbee-tender and thok e.
Pay a little more if need be and
put something in your stomach
which will put flesh on your
hones ard strong blood in y,.ur

Stalk 9 and 4 City Market. Oraiat, Fla.
IAmelM-uam iIuvae j

The Mont ez ma Hotel


F. 3L Abbff Jr., Men

......... RATER MAO P= J&MAY ......

:. OPEN THU aiUIm **

Under Emtire New XNaaemetm. ...ated ma .d.ermaa..
New Bath mBe. f Tamle ervie.




Sash and Doors,

FaTring Tools,






(Also Sueeesser to Tsake eveolty Works)
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 N oik,
Scroll Sawing, Lath. Shingles. Etc.

' 'Estimates promptly furr4 hed.

Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


J. P. Galloway, Prep.

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-; .S. MLLM1 M OE IE

(Prom 1t pae)

Mad ball selet no person who shall
have been convicted of bribery, for-.
pry, perfury or other high or In-
Sbem ranges unless restored to civil
thta, have presented you gentlemen,
p.smsig the rteuirements to serve
SPa mdaMi petty jurors for this term.
te law make it the duty of the
p-leagi Je to give the grand Jury
siltl matters la char that it deems
waty of special mention. Among

U emay emmamierm lof your
ss y m arpd wiUthbe duty and
podbUity of dibsanlag the nann-
m of yer county. In disbursing
eawd Ii the law requires that It
*beld be dome in a ersa~n manner.
he coauty eommissioner; are to
aw what are called warrants, and
iMA me amount shall be drawn from
a treasury except with these &war-
mant amd from a special fund pro-
vided. In relation to the question of
grants I read you as a part of this
smdrge the law. The Revised Stat-
mtea of the state of Florida, tSec. 6S5,
SMadA am follow-: "The county |com-
aieloner. shall, whenever; they ij-
am a warrant on the county treasurer,
date spprially iu said warrant the
tOnd upon which the same is drawn,
ard no warrant is drawn upon any
tad except that for which said fund
raised, and no county treasurer
all pay any warrant that is not
abm Iw a wformity with the terms
f thibo meUos."
Naviag the authority to disburse
s fades of the county, the law fur-
Sreq irmthat an account should
besptwfteamb fnd. I read as a
pat of tbiargeb the law lngrelation
to m sWN.
tMs tM ot the Revised Statutes
of ISISMa, sreds a follows:
OTh e bead of county commislooers
t emob eesty shall frnish the coun-
or temsw with a receipt book, with
jams rof rceipts and with blank
*Mm fr the amounts toe fUed
gIlems, and with stubs to correspond,
which reeeipts shall designate seper-
tely eeah fund for which county tax-
Samre collected, and it shall be the
d*ty of the collector on making any
payment of moneys or funds collected
for taxes to the county treasurer to in-
brmu him of the sum of each collect-
ed for:or on account of such county
.and, and the county treasurer shall
Sil out and deliver to the collector a
proper receipt for sueh receipt look,
designatin what is received froim the
volleetor for each county fund separ.
lately, and the treasurer shall keep a
pupy of msch receipt on the correspond-
ing stub in su'h receipt book."
Another matter that the law deems
t.f suMcilent importance as to require
special instruction to you on, is the
uaestiom of
The health of the county is a matter
at paiamouut imuportence to alt of her
altisaeos, ad the law requires that the
sourt shall give you in charge the law
specially relating to this matter, and
mpoesM upon you the duty to see that
thIbse who are charged with the pres-
servation of the health of the people
if this state perform their duties.
I read you as a part of this charge
he law Il relation to health.
uetion eo 77 and 26T7, of the Revised
matute of the state of Florida reads
asm follow:
** Whoever being a licensed and
praetteldag physlcian falls to report
iomdiately to the state board of
health by telegram (to be paid for out
of futud provided for the expenses of
abs said hoard of health) or in the

the county. It is to you thadt thetpeo-
pie look and have assurance forl the
prosecution of crime, and to the court
for the enforcement of The law.
I desire to especially direct your at-

tentlon to a growing evil, that to my
mind is one of the greatest menaces to
soefety, dagerons to the preservation of
our rights, and the security of our
property, and the protection of our
liberties. It is that influence operat-
ing upon the grand jury from the out-
side, that I see fit to designate "out
side Inflaence." Men of prominence
exercising influence, social and politi-
eal, are sought by their friends tol use
their Ipflueuce upon members of the
grand jury who are under their re-
spective Influenees, frequently mak-
ing it poolble for the preperators of
crime to escape Investigation by the
court, because some influential man
has secured the grand jury to report
no true bill against the ofbnder. It is
not confined, gentlemen, to the grand
jury, alone, but it has invaded the
halls of our legislature and with bold-
ness parades and dominates our state
legislatures. It is called in the legis-
lature the lobbyist. The special acts
in the legislature testify to th's fact.
A visit to the legislature during its
sessions will convince you of the proof
of the matter, the lying around courts
when they have no business either as
litigants, juror" or witnesses is almost
positive assurance that the parties are
undertaking to exercise their pull
with the jury in the interest of some
offender. Let no man, however ob-
scure or however influential, however
rich or poor escape a full, free, impar-
tral and fair investigation at your
hands. Let no one, no matter, what
his circumstances may be, be:made
the victim to gratify the spite ad
hatred of his enemy by prosecution
through the medium of this grand
Gentlemen we are all members of a
common society and as such members
we have prescribed for ourselves cer-
tain rules and regulations for our
guidance and have prescribed certain
penalties for the violation to observe
these rules. In the formation of socie-
ty it is essential and absolutely neces-
sary that such rules should be pre-
scribed. Our legislature Is the body
that prescribes these rules. The courts
enforce them. Then as members of
this common society we owe each
other a duty, that duty is observance
of these rules and regulations and
whenever they are not observed it is for
the court" to see that the penalty for
their violati4l is enforced. How are

met expeditious manner, every case
of yellow fever, mall pox or cholera
that enms within his practice, shall
to peuntbed by imprisonment not ex-
eedin g six months, or by fine not ex-
seeding one thousand dollar-." 1
"Whoever fal-ely or maliciously
dMlsminateb or spreads rumors or re-
ports concerning the existence of any
mafetUis or contagious disease shall
be punised by imprisonment iot ex-
medies six moths, or by fine not
Pareediag one thousand dollars."
Your are summoned from the body
of the county at large and the oath
hest you have taken Is a very solemn
and important one. You have just
swaor that you wiU diligently require
mad a true presentment make of all
such matters and things as shall be
given you In charge. And thata:you
shall present no man for envy, hatred,
or malice, adO that you shall leave no
man unpemseted for love, fear. affec-
t6am or reward, or the hope thereof;
but you shall pemsent things truly as
obey eme to your knowledge accord-
ing to the best of your understanding.
tientlemenmof the grand jury, you
we the grand Inquest for the body o f


That's a good name for
Scott's Emulsion. Children
are like young plants. Scme
will grow in ordinary soil.
Others need fertilizers.
The nature of some children
prevents them from thriving
on ordinary food Such chil-
:drn grow right if treated right.
All they need is a little fer-
tiiizcr-a little extra richness.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Fertilizers make thingsgrow.
.at's just what Scott's Emul-
: : does. It makes children
i-n flesh, grow in strength,
.7 rich blood, grow in mind,
.: happy. That's what we
e it for.
Send for free simple.
., T ,T iO N ., lChemi:;, 4 *, P-rl St., N. Y.
s.;and .c all druggists.

these penalties enforced ? Through the
courts? In order to do this effectual-
ly the court must have the assistance
and aid and co-operation of all of its
branches; the jurors, grand and petty,
most recognize the duties Imposed up-
on them. The court and its officeers
must flfil their duties. If we work
in harmony for the sole purpose of
advancing tlb interests of a common
society, to wit, pres ervation of the
deso and regulations we have pre.
Meribed for ourselves, which we call
law, then we will have a sound and
stable government, otherwise net.
Having the fall saurance that the
people of this county will not be dis-
appointed In selecting you for the
performance of the duty of grand
Jurors for this term of the court I
commit to you the interest of Marion
county now for investigation.
Having selected your foreman,
taken the oath of office and received
the charge that the law requires the
court should give you, you may now
retire to such place as the sherifr has
provided for your deliberations, fix
your own hours of adjournment and
convening and enter upon the dis-
charge of your duties.

Another Big Shipment of White

Hickory Wagons.

More people are learning everyday that te WHITe
HICKORY Wagon is the very best Wagon offered them.
It is a good Wagon for you to buy, because it wil ge you
so much satisfaction. It is a good wagon for us to sellbe-
cause every one we send out sells us about three more.
This has been our actual experience. We carry a complete
stock, including every style of Farm Wagon and Turpen-
tine gear. This means a great deal to you when you cor
to buy, being sure you can get the sse you want. Noxt
week in this pace we will give a list of the sizes, watch Ar
it. You will find that we have the wagon you have been
wanting but couldn't get.
S. A. T DLY, O.
verses MW Ues,S4--se, Wagss *M i *mmm.



GAINISVILLE. FLA.. September 21, 1901.
We, the undersigned, truck growers of Gainesville and vicinity,hereby certfythat we have
bought seed of all kinds from Dr. T. F. Thomas. and that all seeds sold us have given general set-
i.faction. We know Dr. Thomas to be a business man and a gentleman. and all of our dealings
with him have been pleasant and satisfactory. We cheerfully reun.-hend him to anyone wanting
anything in his line.
I. C. Denton J. A. J. Strickland. C.A. Colcloagh. A. Alop.
J. N. Holly, 0. P. Cannon. J. A. Robertomo, b.D
F. R. Denbv. S. D. McDonald S. H. Wie4ges, Main & tou,
A. L. Daughtry. J. H. Jarvis. T. F. Davis C. W. McDonald.
Wmin. Daughtry, F. C. Crown, P. M. Ramsey. W. B. Crown.
W. P. Davis.
I hereby certify that the gentlemen whose names are signed to the above are the largest
growers of truck for market in this section, and to the best of my knowledge and belet the sign
tures are genuine. H. C. DENTON, Clerk Ciruit Court. Alachem County.

41 Write for prices.
Gainesville, Fla.

irtear Form.

Special Correspondence Ocala anner.
We have had plenty of rain, and
strawberry planting is about over.
The cotton crop is very good this
year considering the wet weather.
Mr. Richard Stevenson and sister,
Miss Alvya, of Hudson, came up
Saturday) to attend school at this place
this winter.
School opened at this place on the
30th with twenty-four pupils enrolled
and Miss Mattle Layne, of Ocala, the
Sunday was the first anniversary of
our Sunday school and we elected M r.
H. J. Scarborough as superintendent,
Miss Janie Luffmann as secretary and
treasurer, Mr. 0. N. Yingut as bible

elms teacher, Mis Buale Luf as n -
Intermediate teacher and Mr. B. H.
Leitner as primary teacher for the ea-
sl-g year.
There is qult a good deal of emthus*
lasm about the bard road. Jou-.
When suffering from racking eoug,
take a doe of Foley's Honey and
Tar. The sorenem will be relieved
and a warm' grateful feeling and heal-
Ing of the parts affected will be ez-
perienced. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m

Tis siSature is on every box of the gMuis
Laxative Bromo uiiae *s
am umRY that nS a e0sin e0m"dw

a t %. *y -wv -'-- = eitwVe-oriE

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,100. r q

Ali 16P WshE--mNebe-mI-hr

kshWsodvv Vema., er "A .."Mary
TANS is"1 e" wm maled ia the holy

f winm is am .etewomam"and pr~,
omm ummsg mw ams c44('etral via.
t~o brids, who io the rdv daughter
of me. J.-1) mings, at the saute
vb~-io m-p.of arwe. county's sms
6omus"60mand f- tm-tearhers
Is ~ .O1 t asedemshOwebureh
bad bmebmuiitftdememb" sdwith
~~ "chmuain.wers. Ome of
Obi- mm *&*brae& ofthe deamsrhaul.

WUP& fw Ihe brie d gpum on od dor-'
ms awm so~y.
L w bobwthe mwdrnvat the brida
ponty te bur okp b ~amwawdedto its
aftsw rpeatp. Mr. Job Nixon, a
~boebr* o4 So bliand Mr. James
Onfinimh sfed as mdsin. Us, bIn ds
WIN*wa s "ueibllmy attired is whit*
swilN. amae-bed tmthe altar as tihe arm
04 9Waim.. mgmrse. mad bud Uude the
ImmIs waluuelwla while tht. improaum.
*,.. ..e'.u4eY woo p"Wrvfnme-1toy ev ..,
3 k Wa$Lvv est, oftnr11w meWas-A

SIer She e.rvmma"ly tar happly
w.... .mft(many
rwog~a~eie,'s.. thy alums rv4-ivw'd

7ther large wtrwole to(frooond. wlim
Obsom a lamig mmd happy amarrlmil life.

..4.mwwwuy Is medicine, has ever
te.Idas. emwof e tthwe ecitefett
that 600 %0" e. toy [or. IWg~
iNow. 33b9ruw~y tarmmmptbsm. Its
wwom imeshave bias am heokme

hsmm~~bb o- mandNorumhU
61 Obwhomit honsreOld INto
pawfq health. Per .usa. colds
Gabf., rema, bay & v". h smnemousm
mand whmqim mab itItsithe qmiemin
suvow aws is thet i. It ins sod by
ftelbmN of POW001eAgY. mA"P-
%We l. sA SI.M.Trial 5.411.. free. I

ftr ie sooensra
The I%.t ft mm swillrun theimels
r u'w wfwiminofathe asmto Jack .
esvdlie. Via., s'Msm*adY 0(-t- 14,
ftoft 1%0"muS'u 11rs. flrs.m'vllv, A*-
Ow. flemers. uh alamd imtprmnvodlte
pstse. The tramm will ha,,'(koalaat
I Mg1p. f. Few e u tk"e rA mdtri It
ft to ?qwt @od to rvturu iuarlei-
law ck4 17.
pmr f bybe --gonime rial eanor

F.M0 Jeft, DP. A.. Jamkinville;
W. V. &A%*.hP A.. Tsma.

jeftr bwthe sbe" me
mean ew -- somd WIllNuder a
dendm sm kmegis sday. T ce en
Samda w"dm3 oflataste"

M N.Ma &smla.hwha*usonI&

1~ I~GDARY Megt, the 139b,
at smp.wk.. emoamd ldby raw.
'4* 3. GOw.
0& fl, WAM is bach *em Wa-
memo.ova e dadm at b hin m
-b -mashriulePe"ptw
so now 3km mto Cl.
and uJrm.MA toe mewupaer they
sttidm Fuwabim. is stillad-
eduawd k eie
Smmesoup O-W we W No

madIs 4mswday. n
-. 1'v A ove~ts.

crel, no

Mr F., 4'. ItuOUU soa.avisitor in
4 vm m"d lomoosoo well son a ilrmiuau
mal.6we a Kuminan gWatwev. TimeMan-
*GOPlamaw" 4E".asmrafy. 40f wsm-blabhe tit
a wmemwr. sill bobS an m iirwtnit
IwO..#tig 3ev. v unWVW
F% At I41101111'sa P-tat, N. V.
Writ". My uifi-ot%.# rvitfrao idt Li-
tows tr..41.i befair yearom. $1sc
*5..~ .4.r% t l 'W. K ilIvoy 4fur.- seil
4 1,616ati s*v'k aferr %tiee li.gui
.6v e- n gre alt i~ lra.iQ'w

U r, 'ti tt I AsI'.-

I.'. .. f It, I : i

HEREFORDS! Choice Vegetables
always bring high prices.

At the Mavanoah Ga., state fair,
Nov. 6 to I6, also at Valdosta* Ga.,
fair, Oct. 29 to Nov. 2, There
wilet e 9 head of accli-
For sale at the above fairs. Now is
the time to do away with the scrub
cattle of Florida by crowing on the
bt beewf cattle in the world. Florida
eam rake as good cattle as any country
on earth, but you must have the blood
to do it. A gond bull will more than
pay for himself In one season, and
you will cut your scrub blood half
iota, by ig good bulh.
Dia. P. PIrIm ,
Forest, Mss.

A Good Foundation

Memi comfort, peace and health.
The blood can't circulate through
poor feet cramped and pinched into
tight rtboe or shoes of unnatural
ahape. The feet suffer from corns and
easi-s, mavd the alugglsh circulation
aflets the entire health.
We sell shoe that are shaped like
the hean foot, but yet which retain
am air of teleance and atyle. Cm-
fortable noesm are not necessarily ugly

Mouth side of tequare. Ocala, Fa.






Finest Imported and
Domestic Cloths... .
Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaranteed.


SMALLOY. prhaserof Tax Certificate No
Stated the th. dayof Arl. A. D. 1898. has
k"d e totf=aa y d, hasmadeap-
ptMiedom for to deed to temane accordance with
law. td certate embraces the following dc-
srbed property aftuated in Marion county.
Pl ia. to wit: mouththreef rthsof south half
Ot sotheamst quarter Sction 30o, township 13
sa Uth. range easCamt; alsocommencing at south-
wed corner section 2a. township 13. range 22.
theace ea a nchats. north 1.s12 chains, west
Schna. north *.NS chains, west 2 chains, south
8- chin to point of beginning. 9 30 acres. The
suld lad being amssaed at the date of issuance
of sich certificate in the name of J. A rvin
* Co. tulem said certificate shallbe redeemed
according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
the : th day of October. A. I). 10go.
Witaem my social signature and seal this the
fth. day of tlept. A D. 9o. T
Clerk Circuit Lourt of Marion County. Florida.


. noted to me Tax Certificates No. sN. b93.
q94. gas. 191, 11 94 Ie2. 2 1.. 1324. 1325. 135'6.
de of A t 7. 'W. covering the following
aNd in Marin canty. Florida. to wit: north-
wea. quarter of sothe. t quarter and west
qartr of Sout half o northeast quarter of
smahe quarter section is. township 14. range
at. So acme; sathsat quarter of northeast quar-
ter e pt soo feet square Ia northwest corner
sedie 6. towahip 14, range at. acres: south
half of ortheat quarter of urteast quarter
aettn &I. township 4Mrage a21, 20 acres; north
beal of sutbemt quarter except north half of
sortNast quSrter of northeast quarter of south
ena quarter secthdb a. towashlp 14. range t21
M ecres. southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and nsath half o north half of satheat quarter
sectuiM as. towsahip i_. range it. So acres; south
half of orthwet quarter section 14. township
S. raage lI. So acles; northwest quarter of south
wet quarter section 17. township 15. -ange iS.
4o aces: amtheast quarter of northwest quar-
ter section r7. town hip :5. range 18, 40 aces:
northwest quarter section 11. township 15. range
la Ife.os acrest. otheast quarter ot northeast
quarter section a. township 15, range 19. 40
acre%: southeast quarter section .a, township 15.
ranLe o, a9 36. acre.: and upon said certificate
hao demanded from mer a tmx deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
from the date ol thi- notice, unless redeemed, it
.* mv intention to isue a tax deed to the said
DMted Sept. 3o. :.,
4 Clerk Circuit Court.


Of A-pphcatlon .fr Fax Detd Under Sction S of
ClIapter 4-* Law- of Florida.
% ,-e ,t purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
: 4. titi lh- ;rld 1: *.ti ,. ritiftt I iy office, and has imade
*a.l-'.. fu ta '.ttl C-i.ti.ate" etmhrace- the tfollow-
uInK i1: ; t'" stittted in StMni ou coun-
i I *. 9 t h, it ..ot h hal! of nurthea-t (i! *,r-
1f it n -t ", '*,- ... -"-.--. 1 at thte dltr (it the
*-. -, .* .i :.... it< iii the'na ne ofJa.Ine
IM 11. Itt.--1 c'.:l.l 1 ,hill lm re.le lll-

III 1 i-IF tK NK
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To raise them success-


a fertilizer


training at least 8%

Potash should be used.

Our books furnish useful information on
all subjects elating to
crp rang. They are
I-L 9Wi ftee. AAA-


OCALA. FLA., September 27. 1901.
To the Stockholders of the Manatee Lemon
special meeting of the stockholders of the
at the Ocala House. in (Ocala, Florida on
Satu rday. the rztk day of Octobe,. 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 tunds for
the extension of its business.
2 To see if the company will authmrise 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
emes and in such manner, such bonds
to be so authenticated, to be in such
form in all oth r details and to be
sold at such times in such amounts. as the
board of directors shall determine, and to cause
tobe made a trust mortgage of all the realeatae,
personall property. ftanchies andp mrivilgq of
he company to sure the payment of thewha-
cipal and interest oat such bods, in such Ewm,
Pon sucm .terms and to such party or parties a
trusteeor trustees as the beard 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
aadbehaN 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. g190o 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
tk day of .\ze*m rr, A. D. o901.
between the hours of it a. m. and 2 p. m, the
same being the first Monday in said 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 .t the tme
of her death, ad located In Marion county.
Florida. vi: Lot lettered "G" on that map or
plat made by T. M. Rickards of Joseph Clld-
well's sub-division of the Alvarex grant, said plat
being recorded in the public records of Marion
county. Flo ida. in deed book lettered "K" at
S71.d lot bei. more artclarly de-
scred as bouded% on te morth lts lettered
**O" and *"P". and on the south by lot lettered
*"R" as shown by said plat Less. however, from
the above ten acre tract, six acres on the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Jones is
her lifetime to Agusta P. Brown, wife of Chares
M. Brown. thus leaving four acres remaining as
the property of the said Martha Joae. and
which I will offer for sale under and by virtue
of the order aforesaid.
SUMTER A BULLOCK. Commissioner.


undersigned, as administrator of the estate
of JAMES B. CAMPBELL, will on the
19th Day of October, A D., 19P,
aike final return of his accounts and ask a dis-
charge from his administratorship of aid estate.
in accordance with the law in such cases made
and provided.
This i9th April, A D. 19g.
4 ,HAkLES W. WHITE. Admr..
419 ie6m Est. of James B. Campbell. deceased.


sented to me Tax Certificates Nos 185, x86,
187, t88. 210. 2a2. 214, at6, 20, 231, 232. 235, 244,
246. 47 274. 458 and 459. sale of August 7th, 1899.
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 comer sec 25. township ra. ranee 2s,
72 acres, less northwest quarter of southeast
quarter and southwest quarter of southwest
quarter of southeast quarter, redeemed; 8.95
chains square iu northwest corner of west
half of southeast quarter sec ,. township
1a. range a2, eight acres; ,ot to or
northeast quierter of southwest quarter sec a25.
township i2. range 2i: 4o acres: couimiencing at
western corner of Thomas ,lark grant town-
ship 12. range a21. thence southeasterly along
southwest body of said grant z3 chains, thence
northeasterly parallel *o northwest body to
waters oft Orange Lake thence north with waters
of hake to northwest body of said grant, thence
south along northwest body of grant to point
of beginning. loo acres: 2o acres bounded cast
by Florida Southern railway. south by half mile
linie north and west by lands of Hicksou being
I-7 feet north and south by 6(. feet east and
we-t sec 4, township 12. range 21. 2o acres:
north half of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter sec 36. township x2. range 21. 2d acres:
hot 3 section 19. township 12, range 22, 8.8z acres:
lots 3. 4..5. 7. one acre les. sec 24, township 12,
range 22. 170o acres; southwest quarter of south
east quarter and east half of northwest quarter
of southeast quarter, sec 27. township 12. range
z2, 6o acres: lot 4 block J Steele's ad Citra. town-
ship i1. range 22; lot 4 block K Steele's ad Citra.
township 12. range 22: lot 4 L. W. Lipsey's ad
Citia. township 12. range 22. 1.59 acres; com-
mencing 13.18 chains south of northwest corner
sec 33, township t., range 22. thence south 105
feet, east 1o5 feet. north 1o5 feet, west 105 feet. z2
acres. io fleet east and west by 210 feet north and

south in northwest corner of southwest quarter
of northwest quarter of northwest quarter sec
.. township 12, range 22. o50 acres: commencing
at a point i3.IS chains south and 1 o feet ea.-t of
northwest corner sec township d2, range 22.
thence '.s2t 25 vards. southh 45 yards, west 25
vards, north 45 yards. 23 acre-s: commencing 4'1
links north of northeast corner ol lot D Rickards.
survey of town lots in G I. F. Clark grant
township 2,. range 22. thence east 6 3ochainu,
north chailas, west t ;o chains, south 3 .5
chains. 2 acres, north half of southwest quarter
of 4utlhwcst quarter and southwest quarter oi
sYtithwcst quarter of southwest quarter sec. -.
township i,. range 2;. ro acres; south cast qu;.r-
thr of sonthiwe-t quarter of southwest quarter
s-c -. township ~i. range 21. ., acres and upon
.,i;, c1 rtific'atc- has demanded fromr me a tax

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