Group Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. : 1883)
Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: October 18, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00610
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


TAlbmt886.


OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1901.


DOJLAR A YEARL


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Light Biscuit


DeFoCake


Dataty Pastries


Fine Pudings


Flaky Ctusts


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wod msdeay 6m the 411) v4timg hia

MW. .10SIT may* OtherFhldastate
%f w#4 IvtOw *IA'm6 ever held i n the

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x~m 4bias Mmumniihat.rotuned
be, ,*r v9 in telk' at-Anawricafl

Mey~ VI awlM r. Jana#%It.
memewd vuiulrt bwlat maturelay frw'n
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wa.w kkSAW sai Mm Graham., Of
0-'.ambme. .enRupes of the Mon.
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* .dlobvg vu"%e. In Ueegia all the
a aom.Is bawvwm .
Now. WO= W mi" littir daugh-
ue m mmho oe ieumerspend 1migthe
Swom nt'utb New. Now panels is

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mow so now aabs"M geand pnd


I~~abumbi UeeW be WSMee
4 of meuskimemm dereerr4o~. whic
*' k.'ad e.- ruemusmWag. way reult
Ow. *0h ..UN, usimm" aeor oth
.wr~wmw sad total .empiawais.I
rvirye y*Kdswv cursm akes tOw kid-I


logo N~wfinr wiswll reluns ether,
w so.muorwe fe ,m E'ulkrt and
Warfib. a%@" er ewrol'to,
e~~e1w,*. ,rwtm owwesneuiaeS
old" q;fthe mealmesth 1. Mala cI.
*-,m~ %, bow he ue.'od in the. mumu-
.4.d bwher muom It 10 all oinlg
,. te mbee at her p094ty 09,r1..

lh..said meow* Opp all te. foIats
wIth ygppmes r iuiunrst be'.Her-!
,'le w 0" thu op" pase wt r Pkw
~ A*MaUWOmNh7 SgDMS 0.1


Mea. a ad tblaieeme o-
w #md w Auur and
.e& p- mt AINMss. wh*ee they
som bw. sope8umassmm with
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Mr. Charles Abeon is moving his
Auaily Into the McIntyre house on
Oeklawaba avenue, which was re.
ceetly vacated by Mr. Edward Hol-
der.
Te most tU.bbo.s cases of Bron-
ebiti succumb to Ballard's Bore-
hbeud rrup. Price 25 and 80 cents.
AnU-Moui3oly Drug Store. m
The Sueter County rimes says that
Heo. & A. Bur ed's argument in the
trial oW. J. Iane was oe of the
" best ever heard In the court room at
atervillV."
Mia Jesse Owens, of parr, the lady
emnnmoer of the Florida state
bir was Ia the city during the week.
lhe is making very streneous efforts
to have Marioo capture the prize at
the fir.
Mr. John N. C. Stockton is still
visiting In Europe. We are in receipt
of a souvenir card from him dated
Paris, September 29. His friends will
IN* glad to know that he is having a
most delightful trip.
Mr. aiI Mrs. Frank Huber have re-
turned from Indiana where they have
been for the past three months. They
left Orala for the benefit of Mr. Hu-
ber's health and we are pleased to
state that it is very much improved.
Mr. H M. Hannah has leased the
houtezuma hotel. Mr Hanna kept
the Arno at Tampa and the Inn at
Port Tami|e and has won a splendid
reputation as a hotel man. We wish
him abundant sucees in his new
venture.


J. tigers of Froetburg, Md., writes:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney
complaint and tried Foley's Kidney
uare which gave me immediate re-
lief, and I was perfectly cured after
taking two bottles." Be sure you
take Foley's. Anti-Monopoly Drug
VtoWe. m
Mr.'. K ullen has returned from
Eagtand where he has been for sev-
enl amoaths paot on business and also
to vidt relatives. Mrs. Cullen and
little son who have been spending the
summer in the mountains of North
COnliom returned with him.
Por all fresh cuts or wounds, in
either the human subject or animals,
as a dreaming, Ballard's Show Lini-
meat is excellent: while for sores on
working bor, especially if slow to
heal, or supperating, its healing qual-
itim are unequaled. Price 25 cents
and W centP. Anti-Monopoly.Drug
POW. nm


The supreme court of the state of
Florida has recently handed down a
decision in a case in which the 8. S.
O. and G railroad was a party and the
late J. H. Burn-hell was attorney. It
is like reading prehistoric literature.
The court should have more respect
fir the living and the dead to make
these decisions public.
A hildless bone is a 'cheerless
home. The maternal instinct exists
Is every woman, and when it is un-
gratied she it, deprived of much of
tbe bappinesM of life. It often hap-
peas that childkeoeess is due to some
emme which can be removed, and of.
om, is removed by the use of Dr.
Pirer*s Favorite Prescription. The
viger wnd vitality which this remedy
parts to the delicate womanly or-
gass, pets them in a condition of nor-
mal he th, the lack of which is often
the sele obetruton to maternity.
ervwy woman should-rad Dr. Pleree's


Five 0euples ato. eta" ari.
ceuti ate I n Iarrlage o ee-
lag the Past Week.
GROTHE-SUDBNDORF.
Iast Sunday afternoon at his home
In this city, Dr. Otto Grothe, a well
known chemist, and Miss Anna 8S-
dendorf were married. This is rather
a romantic marriage, the courtship
having been carried on entire by cor
respondenoe, the young bride coming
over from Germany to marry Dr.
Grothe.
Dr. and Mrs. Grothe have gone to
Tamps to spend the honeymoon.
COWAN-WASSON.
Iast Sunday in Jacksonville, Mr.
Grant Cowan and Mrs. Julia Wasson,
of New York City, were united in
marriage.
Mr. Cowan is one of Ocala's most
effieientstenographers and Mrs. Cowan
is well kLown in this city, where she
resided a number of years.
Mr. and Mrs Cowan have returned
to the city and will make this their
home.
POaTKB-XANN.
Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock at
the Episcopal church Rev. C. K. Gray
united in the holy bonds of wedlock,
Miss Pearl Mann, of this city, and
Mr. William M. Porter, of Jackson-
ville.
.The exact date of this marriage was
not known, and was a surprise to a
great may of the friends of both

The bride entered the church on
the arm of her unce, Mr. G. T.
Maughs, who gave her away. She
was attended by her sister, Miss Cee
Mann, and Mr. George C. Pasteur was
the best man.
The bride is a daughter, of Mr. L.
W. Mann, of this city. She has al-
ways lived in Ocala, and by her gra-
cious manners has won a lahuge num-
ber of friends, who wish for her a hap-
py married life.
Mr. Porter came to Ocala alfout five
years ago from Citra and was with H.
B. Masters for several years. Nearly
a year ago he accepted a position as


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traveling salesm-n for Barttleson
Bros., of Jacksonville.
He is a bright young business man
and has hosts of friends who predict
for him a great success.
CAwrBT-TURNMR
On Wednesday evening, October
ninth, at eight o'clock at the Baptist
church at Fellowship was the scene of
a beautiful wedding, when Miss Ila
Ourter, a daughter of the late Mr.
Faulkner Carter and Mrs. Ella Oar-
ter, pioneer citlmensof Marion county,
and Mr. Andrew Turner were united
In marriage.
The dhurch had been Ivery prettily
and tastefully decorated by the friends
of the bride and groom with autumn
flowers and evergreens.
Promptly at eight o'clock to the
strains of the wedding march played
by Miss Maude Moser, the bridal party
entered the church. Miss Jessie or-
ter, a sister of the bride, was the maid
of honor, and Mr. Turner, a brother
of the groom, acted as best man. The
other *stt-ndant- were Miss Bernita
Barco and Mr. Ed Weathers. The
ushers were Messrs. Bell and Hutch-
ens.
After the marriage a large recep-
tion and old-time, wedding Isupper


RHEINAUER & CO.


Leaders in Dry Goods.


New Line


SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS.


From 98c to $3.98.


New Line


LADIES' NECK NOVELTIES


From 25c to $2.75.


New Line


LADIES' BELTS-Endless Varieties


New Line


BABIES AND MISSES CLOAKS


From 50c to $4.00.


New Line


LADIES' TAILOR MADE JACKETS


From $3.50 to $10.00.


Exclusive Sale


"AMERICAN SIRL" LADIES' SHOES


$2.50.


Exclusive sale


"REOINA" SHOES FOR LADIES


was held at the home of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner we~ the re-
ciplents of many handsome .wedding
presents.
HAB UBON-WATOlM&.
At Cotton Plant Sunday moraifg
Mr. Vance Weathers, of lleowmbip,
and Miss Maudle Harro, of York,
were married, lev. Thomas Aran
teed, ofeiat.
Both the bride amad gom are mel
known all over tim county, their pI-
ents belg eold pleaser setW ers Mar.
ion eoeaty.
They will make their hma with
the groom's mreatb Shrthe parem-
To all the happy empls the
OalsB BMnner extean i.t hmar
ymeahonG and best wl
Werka 24 ef a Wep.
There's no rest fotoewetiele ss Ut-
tie workes-Dr. Klag' New IAe
Plls. Millions are always b ear-
Ing torpid liver, JauddJe, binaem ,
fever and acme. They bahW eb tk
headache, drive out malaria. Never
gripe or weaken. Small, taste aiee,
work wonders. Try them, 25e, s
Garrett and Gerig's. 2

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RHEINAUER & C8.


UP-TO-DATE


Dry Goods House.



Priestley's Dress Goods


Are Here. .


In Abundance.


m

The record made by Priestley & Com-

pany's English] Dress Goods is an end-


able one.


These fabrics


are of suoh


splendid quality, style and finish, they

have such a long established reputation,

that the higheet goal of many other

manufacturers is second place-the am-

bition to turn out the next best weaves,

Quality is a dominant thought of B.


Priestley & Co.


Wearers of high grade


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Mr A. W ,aeate a v'wtsng _w

WMr arnt Brnwu. ws in aa ye-

atv Cr'wen ws a vws tor here

Mr.. J4An C. LEr.gie. of Jackson-
vidlM. a damd-
rie e nty will show ap in tne
a e at a ds anmr.
The AJaebas eiwon eae -:s act for
thm mmr ne at ane o'ilock.r
Thbm I & Larrms wnt to Jack-
mnavtile Seaday -m bmanm.
Mr. Qae. Wade Mar, of Inver-
am= &o mmaid at the Mantauemma.
Mrt. & K. Thrower. jr., a popular
trammmr of Gaiai viLe. wa in the
eacy dtag tIa weelt
Dr. J. C. Peloc. a proainen c .itizen
it MaasUee county, is lead. He was
a brother of W A. Peioc of this ,;ity.
Mr Oliver J. Farmer. edimr of the
Bom1e Tlmae-DemnoeC. I a viatior
tu uMr enty and paid ai a fraternal


It looks like ashout half of Alaciua
county is in Oala to-day.
Armour and Coa. are going to -sao-
lish a big fertiliar mill at Jackson-
ville.
Roland Molineux has bean granted
a iiew trial by the mmpreme court of
New York.
President Rousvelt ham announced
that he will make no change in the
pension oflce.
General William H. L Lwith, of
Jackmonville. is tded. me was born a
Mimanopy in ItSL.
Carl Shurs i for Seth Low and like-
wise Bourke Coeman. Snh's trouble
are minuiLiplyng.
More than half of the counties of
the came have already applied for
space at the atme %ir-
mun. S. H. Gaitukill of McIntmon.
preadent Florida State Fair aeoeia-
3on. is in Jacksonville.
AMornmey J. N. Strpling, in his in-
vestigation if the Ctrike at Tampa.


-- -- I Aiads th.eBRiarenciaat suat.
S Wi ksamau. ifTimps recently. Theme in a rumor adoat in Landon
~I ~U S !M~r W-Wie hanging p'L- ChuL Geneal Bath&., the Boor earn-
va" sc br ome and ftCtured 1ier inander-in-.hiet ha. mrr "ndo*4
The Boyu .Potntmana hOW M de'I-
Ir s towan amr abot Xr-imbed mapaiaee of the t&msu ~e in
BM~" wking .lLIS13fthe mntA" the Madat of the gdm ie the pOFIda.
- beemi. Mr- Galloway tk
s tda -v GenemaL John B Gaxvton the veil
UmrsL A.L FJinch am sod hor 1101DBumade an invesgment in Dade. county.
,a Om s a Sw. Julia Weilaand will
go to jmkmvffi by a. Sham of iStil4 it is not altogether eartain that
Dgmmbur.w, wh she will zn~i. General MAMlwsw so all-fired auo
J. .F. of the ."1 that in emy. GenmvAl4.1pW.shouid
Cammcy Chrmude. an" Frash Tmron. wriWtethat book-jdantsJournaL
of thw Cmm~mW armerW and vim Cavtr ( ook says that Admiral
jewg.. me* vtmwr'i to ()'la during-ehym*cts nda i
dol Wekva o emaileft SO&mu i


Tom Nar-ri mcwrued yomiay fro
3meeuwaifl. as MIll no= MM'mi-
-W to lmasw-in an the Plant
man between joamsVilk
PadPrt Tames
Mr. 'tunak G. 4m~p=,L at
in.av~sng lam iewm pow orn
bmw..it Wo ai obadebaffiin;
H rbamg I WntY and thue yew is
Jlin a large .rap of frUit
Tbe eizeut Moart mbeeo bosy, .11
the waf uytg laseey amo Therm
waes am -co of zmanaqghtzr agmixuc
Toby Eklmww who was smanted to
dkme ymm in th aw -t -in- I
No& K.L ML Meemr~y, antr of the
Ga~inlk Sm is in the city. He in
a awift in the Alackum cvwcny
~ and 'ldry"' election emo now


N-cftot only '.ueu the flame o
itib with the *med eawn wbich io di-

Week SCOMh. and .10 improve dig..-
fla to i mamr the nuatral hio Of!
~.Price III --L~ Anti-Mo0nop-
ely Drug Ino'~
The gpam~t svent in the '- .otal ir-'!
,-is& -if I~ea&a iievt week will be the
azrmrv 4( Mit %-m Msai Bed anti
Mr. Flardy Crm.,fu. i( Brvwksville..
M(r. Cream ~SUR on( Honi. A. Chureh
Cruuim. ecumpiriller ifl thit- 4mwt. anti
lan Boil :a koe- if Ia moIt ax-
tuesntive suit !barmWl 'i-mruncYaoie-a.
na"O GUY ieqwad-k. the vouDIC
SOM 41( &Mi. W K. Zewaalbk..Meoe

ham.,vv -he sppointmaerr if~ar



*a, ~ ~ Unar -q.*uiv 4 .'


a OaOl, btmae and etimnm&e in

A4ter esp oOr when yeu hel a
cold ,esmming ., he a dm of Foley's

a e na if ta* ia rt m. Al a-,aopr-
o Dra mre. a&a

Plant S tym. afr being paid of in
ceeia Wetdnednay. was ordered and
mobbed ealy Thumaday morning in

Beport of the eoditina of the C-
ban cobcco- emp makme it labk Ike
we shdd have to euiasr to Pt oar
rtesI HBaManma. fhom Cn"eetet -
Atlansa JouranaL
Vadhmt. G.. iE goiag to have an-
other big~O r beginning Oetober .
and continuag four days A big
crowd, ehaperoned by Mr. A. Stand-
ley, may go up from Oeala.
ToiMmands of the maost stubborn
And diMaimming eam of piles have
been eured by Tabler'e Bueneye Pile
OiatmenL It never ftils to Cere.
Price W c -ne in botate tutbm .5
centa Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. a
The sanountemeat by Pr-sident
Roosevelt that be will appoint none
but tirst-ciae men to office. mnia&
with here and there an exception, that
he will turn oer the federal ofBee. in


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That it been s ted that they
We mM auoo d to aabdui4 ames
here that they might till into the te-
lief that they could do so in the herm
afer. EF remarked that it were maer
to fght them in this world than in the
next and waned them against taking
may are rn ia the long hereafter.
What be said was much better than
we have esp ed it.
Mr. ChamblUsm thicitouy smid that
the las speech he remembered at-
tempting to make was about the "boy
who stood on che. burning deek."' He
felt quite sure if that brave little fel-
low had been anywhere in ranme of
the Oea(a re department he would
have been in no particle of danger.
So many happy sparklef were i
waited by the various ones called on.
The baaquC in a word, wa a
thoroughly delightfIL adir in every
way.
Chief Bull was at his best. appeared
delightfttlLy happy. and performed
the duties of om ater most aM-
perbly.
Sot the least pieamant future of the
oeeamon was the delightfil mume
fianisbed by the OCala Metropolitan
bnad.
Han. R. A. Burford'i presence was
greatly issed as it was particularly
desired that he ihouldi give a history
of that preat diamoot pin iae recently1
received thmrugh the mails.
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I eAIL tdrwgists refund the money Ow laip Cabi"netEmO L"4
If it &dse to .,-Ur. E. W. Grnve'.susg- 34' -U
astuoe is i .'chbox. 25. one Sbo w F i
w .you end fSi Obw aEis wobwwpo wit
OW406esly
'0Cmg leopa-jr' tled !n hvig -jAm onezsee 3W
Tones~ -=me' to 'oid a qces U eS L ttUi2gB !~e.
';zr refor-n. 5'ang 3=dinammol reswit 4on1 tOw, geniI 'wdgr.06
=1igtn )e x tkn rfmthe city. -?aiMn Tri-i M------
IUC Owe Ionpmued HZ.. Mlaw(Oil
WhenOcala wasin the hey-dky of: ft -V. M w, two aeee.
her pmnr'uety and cuneimfd he'ULU-: o : .....-.....
llonadaon every com.the tMWt on 3~e bgCarjpesgMre* Tookk
ing evmapl pa. thea weak of U- a w o" M 460
the pepeowd awing M CameLagWW Ho CIM o 10143
town and uimtedb"nMffeqAenUy bet IS M a @.
our poverty they kO upd or tenWat 1;we he ww *alws 6a
and &4e away from wand hav kept
away &amom ,B 111 sktok s se An E
pisin. old horn. piwMcen S a is now =A end hand wftn of
S"amam"* WSeAM 4- M, kank"W&Ye.wIN a.woneD t me a

Laxative Brame QuinnTabMeft!
*~tuqe S t,-C" in ow day. cum, no OVAA" IM MKUU M
may. Price 25centss.

!a nx wek ve b hevw Yomr VeWeabl"!
meuts witmnees he h.been-MOM-
thaa vindficated by hiniorian XMacla9;.-walk-


r am mow paqmmd to buyes~m in
in any qmttty at highest und
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-he Iouth t the -I Ara. twsuk t~o my *agiae. althioug~h
Th atedaceofevery ping ..'iM and evem tr" ~wasR 3. FLL3k.
ne&LM4~u-- (f he Oe"a~ High racked with pain.- writes ('. W. BeA-: 3ANI5T
chuonl is so large this term Lhat the am Y. aoon~v iean.)0. 1,Bunm-. ETZO&CbimUa
*!ti.)0i house 15notlarg~~5enelOugh to liugwin. Iowa, -Iw~adwe" anti pale.
*atvovn~inoaae the pchoiar% The esa without *mv :kpperite idand *Ir=n*J~ rixs
y h C~ a d iinbeen teinporartlyse- i(ow 'i. -%-L I w MIb ut to) ive ap. Ie ,~
.urt4 forthe ae, f the primaryv depart- gut Zj bottle It Elet wBILte al *v. a
mkeo n C*tilte same Wilbe .eeupied after rakinK ; tr felt %-,well :W I "Ver ---*
;; them .)a Mrneay next. AL oo-N 'didiin mv life." Weak *.awklyrun -
Iuavikty'ciolnajs f5 all 1ider the com- li!own ppA)itealways Mta u eW T!*. jW -a. 40CALEA
u- in 0')ea rihfL VOyWr UY .lz stt e -P n V all viic'mr their EEA-4 NJLa fTz
4 a!us@ '& oter -)get the oeneidt,3( the Try thtm. .1.i girnt.e A T IO N EY S'AFTL W.~w
hizciier hr,.n,'uee )C -tudrwy. The *at- jY iI!Xrn(t 4 4pnri F 7i-e~A tf' .rx.


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to capture the sffi of those pnsm-
enc.
Hon. C. M. Brown was drt speaker.
He admitted to being in a repentant
mood. and said that he had not mani-
fested in the past the interest in the
Oeala nr' boy that their zeal and he- I
ismm entitled them to rteeive from
all itizenl and specially property|
owners of the city. and promised to i
make amends In the future. He msid
that his interest would be shown nomt
only in words hut in deeds. In elating
he paid the department an eloquent'
tribute and lid it in a mmot graceful
manner.
When Mr. Htoker aro, he mid
that unlike his friend. Mr. Brown. he
had always %Ait the keenest inteMs
in the Oeala re department. and on
aeione b bire had been the reip-
ioentc of the generu bmpitality of
its member. He was lavish with his
compiimman but not on much Ma.
What he s d was said nicely and his
remarks were received with ripples of
milal
Judge Bullock and Xme .E L
Anders.Eu. A. Ford. J. M. Bare.
Z C. Chamblimi. C. L. Bitimger. W.
T. Gyar. W. K Zewadakri. &. T. Si-
crank. E P Thaard. U Allred.
T. E. Bla. Don elver. Dr. Ldar.
Frank Harrni.and chem. responded to
*aLls in short appropriate. pointedd re-
marks. wtiei were Liberally applaud-
ed.
For instance. Hon. J. M. Bareo mids
he fWit tha lie .quid nsit pay the tire
department of Oeaia a higher iomnpi-
ment than My repeating what lie had
heard tis little oyr my about it. He
aid his son took grc interest in the
department and was at the station so
much he was omettmsn afraid he was
in the way. One might when the ire
beal rang its alarm he ammoed bhi
boy and asked him if e did not want
to go to the tire. The tittle fellow re-
piled: "Wbatc's the am, papa, they'll
have it out befir E can get there."
Judge Bulloka mid that w)me of hja
religious friends were memewtat exer-
cised about the future welfam of the
member of the Oeaula rdenartment.


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the i L Wi1,( M,)~


wrekie chanrges.
Over a hundred thoumad aere have
recently been bought in western Flor-
ida by western apimtallute for a cattle
ranch. Over a half million dollar
was paid for the land.
For prxaua, swe ingpaod lamenam
there is nothing good Chambe-
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For ma
by Antd-Monoposiv Drug tme. K
Some one woto to know what Ted-
dy will do with Gme Addleft If Ted-
dy ic theMaa we think he is, he will
biow him ot -At&lasE Jornal. -
The golf amas i now eon. Quite a
a number of Oeasia'espertgalfer can
he aoen daily on the gof lianki
If Seuth C mim an grmu tea, why
Eaot floerida?
The nest mreguar imseniansal eet-
ing of the mediinL -am-aini- hboar
of the flth distelte t F1rd will be
held ast heM OBa {Mmn GO(iS" Moo-
day 20th, 1901. S minum begia as
2p.. Geo. E. WelI Secretary.

One door north of eity market. Will
pay the highest pries fO all kind of
flrm prndoe, meh as va-mmmt ,
poetry, eB ete. Give B him all t


is* Pbmas W 5**s
One f the mot p cmma f
t hat beem enjoyed m tin i ity i
@mae time th. awremen's baqai t
Imc Wednesday night.
The gstatio was taa y dewoated
with kru, S wrs. pet p anI and
dap. There were a hundred and ff-
teen plates. Oyterm were servd in
at styles, after which that gum en-
joyed deicio coffee and caigra.
An of the representative men of
th city we* parent and very Mic-
tdog, witty and eloquent a speeehe
were made,. and it may be asm by
way of paredim, that the ant guns
of our loealt campaign were hired otE
It in an opae msem dbat HOs. C. X.
Brown and Hon. Wllam Hoek. Wa'
candidatrs er the state -aste and
their speeches on thi occasion were
radom a hom incidentally mteunded


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Misms &Wto' Wesdam".m.SU&d& -'
dalr, om ewet- LI* OGy, mm
Reaa'do, Yulhl Potte. vabfto PbS
ter, Ploff ie croekmand s8m HBarIs
Sam"TWPNIubM
puaingut to publimbod cal OWee
twenty-five turpentine .pon din&-
ing busino in Madamsa0" 241, fg
countim ometin oeasas WedJ5r and
orsniind agb..UaltiS n Soe-
danco with Lthe pionsof waloft no
t'iatiofi.
Colonel F. Lamicwoowes p romi-
Sdent, G A. Peammay, mietary; and
EL J. EHunes. atira..
The misinona*dm caftoife
olutions whieh it is believed wil be
benefilcial u)the aimiastion.
The next meetig of theciti
will b* hed inIR ti"NciTy 3b, aMW
regular mandily matings duwmfter.
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BANNER.


)f the People, for the People and by the People."


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OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOR 18- i


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BRISTLING WITH WINTRY INTEREST


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MASTERS'


POPULAR DEPARTMENT


* STORE


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THE STORE OF STORES FOR VALUES


A LARGE COLLECTION.


A BRILLIANT ARRAY OF NEW, FRESH


CHOICE, HANDSOME, SEASONABLE GOODS NOW READY FOR.
INSPECTION AT THIS POPULAR ESTABLISHMENT.


Black Dress Goods


4 tr showing this season is without paralleL
The largest, most beautiful, most complete line
v exhibited in Ocala-the very newest things
at im Sbeaopobe, Repsling, Satin, Prunellas,
fi n ished 8oliels. Sharkskin, Granite and
Veutiaa Suiting, Parollers, Fancy Crepons, Plain
amd Fancy Brilliantine and Cicilians, Serges,
c(lwvits. Melrowe. Silk Warped* and 'all Wool
Hmeriettau. etc.. and all grades and prices.


Jackets and Capes


Ladis'. Mirims' and Childrens' Jackets and
C'aigmv-all grades and prices. Swellest Fall Styles
aad material,. wome are plain tailored, others beau-
tfully trimmed. Don't fail to see these good be-
fore |iur-hasing elsewhere.


Rainy Day Skirts


Prutty line. good values, made of choice and
the latut materials in black and navy with white
strips gray brown, etc., prettily made up, perfect
ttiUg, from $2.00 to $6.O0. See our colored un-
4ukirtau in m.cersed silk from S1.25 to $:.50


Underwear


Rosming values in Knit. All Wool, Fleeced and
Mixed Underwear. (Our Fall and Winterstock of
ther goods were selected with a view of pleasing
all claime- of men. women and children.

Flannelettes and Outings
Hag ,t4< k. most beautiful colors in plain and
fawyu. ". ..%. 1. 1-'. .15 and 1Isc.


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Great Values


In Dress Goods!
We present this season an array of valuesjin
our Dress Goods Department that will equal and
eclipse anything we have yet accomplished in
dress goods selling and this is saying a great
deal. Our counters and shelves in this depart-
ment are overflowing with exquisite novelties
consisting of Stephanas. Venetian, Satue Pru-
nellas, Soliel, Sharkskin, Cheviots, Hop Sacking,
Homespun suiting, striped all wool canvas,
Broadcloth. Zebeline Stripes, Side Bandjand
Stripe Waisting. Granite Suiting. Whip Cord,
Plain and Striped Cheviots and suiting for ladies'
skirts. Herrenbone Venetian, Corded, Metalic,
Pann and and Plain Velvets in all colors,
French and German Flannels and: Challies for
Waists in Persian, Plain and Stripe .effects,
double faced suiting for skirts, etc. ...

Carpet Dept--2nd floor.
In this department we are showing many beau-
tiful goods in All Wool Ingrain and Tapestry,
Brussels, Mattings. Rugs, Portiers, Lace Curtains,
Window Shades, Portier Poles, Etc. Carpets
made up and laid on your floor on a few hours'
notice. We don't charge for laying mattings
and hanging window shades.

WHOLESALE DEP'T.


A masterful collection of all kinds of Dry
Goods, Notions, Etc. We ask the merchants to
inspect this stock. We can interest you as well
as save you money.


Silks


Many beautiful novelties in Cockled PersianM
and Persian Stripes for Ladies' Waists, also plain
Colors all grades and all prices, see our handsimi
assortment in black dress silks in Peau de Soir,
Taffetta, Gros Grain, Armour, Duchess, Rad*-
mare, India, Florentine, etc.


Dress Trimmings


A masterful collection of novelties, braides
applique, pleatings, etc.


Corsets


All makes in Dr. Warner's Rust Proof, Dr.
Thompson's Glove Fitting, and the "R. & G."
which received the gold medal at the Pan Ameri-
can a few days ago. The new straight front
models in all the above makes.

Ladies' Neckwear


And Ribbons


A large stock, beautiful colors and designs,
among which are beauty, elegance and pure re-
finement to a remarkable degree almost incom-
prehensible. We take great pride in our showing
in these goods this season. Come and see hm.

Hosiery
Of every desirable quality and style in plain,
black and fancy effects. Remember we ae head-
quarters for hosiery.

Domestics
All grades bleached and; unbleached, from 41c
up. See our yard-wide unbleached at Sc. Jesa
goods for the price in Ocala.


We give splendid values on goods because, among other reasons, we our-
selves obtain them, special opportunities ever coming to us as large buyers.
Not a week passes without our obtaining bargains in desirable merchandise
for both wholesale and retail departments, and hence our reputation as the
"Store of Stores for Value." Come in and make our store vourheaduarters.


M -rAM same~-


The PaPmersuC


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THE OCALA BANTM, OCTOBER 18 1901


BA NER SQLEYSr'sEUTAL ,r UIT*nET 'AT
THE OCALA BANNER. T ...urs.,"ETL oA.
TNE BATTLE OfSATGO


nAmN AnZS, ltter.

A hoene run very often saves the
mine.
The Ohio man is no longer the whole
pwsh.
Why don't Mrs. Carry Nation vol-
unteer to rescue Miss Stone?
It is not much of a cup but su,.h as
it is it will remain in America.
Editor McCreary has never told how
much be plunged on that ten dollars.
The Chicago News says that when
a man has gone to *eed it is time to
plant him.
The Atlanta Journal -.ays there is
one thing certain the Spanish fleet
did not sink itself.
Will the democratic party succeed
in capturing Roosevelt? Stranger
things have happened.
W. K. Vanderbilt recently made an
sat ride of six miles in six minutes
ad forty-even seconds.
Seth Low is up against a bmrd prop-
eitiaL. The New York San is sup-
portinga him actively for Mayor.
TMb young American woman who
marrteld Comeat Paregoric ha married
emethain that counts for something
in the boumbhold.
Admiral 8ampMen Is trying to pose
as a geat naval hero and never saw
a naval battle. Dcem't the nerve of
sme mem jar you?
8omebndy suggts that the official
embem of Tammany in the present
eampaig ought to be a Sbepard with
a eoek.-AUtata Journal.
Admiral amftson was not present
at e siaking of a singleship at the
bttle of dantiago yet got all the
beedle and now wants all the praiw.
The Atlata Coastitation remarks
that if the government! witness
laiMSt AIVley are co ret Spain ought
to cort martial Crvera for losing his

The m of Admiral chbley, we
ae teM, *s ptomounoed "Shly," after
SOuman 0hL Me. 0The -ame of
bisadwmeary is generally pronmned
t," alter the Ameraicam Ibon.-
Pe1m b JoenaL
th eati-divoree organs in this
-ee i dHismIg Mlm Beek's recent
pm den em tUhe ue s fet
-tal w eth of eertey and eivalry.
They anoot argue fairly even with a

Wen Ush earth yied an bun-.
damee a"d the people have plenty
gitat&o* m M es d. It was Job who
remarked that the wild ai.does not
ham when he has grawa nor the ox
leowth ever hb fodder.
Mrs. W. A. Felton, one of the
britghst women in the south, dots
net amet to the stement that there
to a "jeay of courtesy She amys
st while there were a great many
ren dismouds In former days there
ar a ImI member ,f polihabed ones at
UM smet time.


WES


-Are made strong
lby the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It
J regulates the
periods, dries
weakening drains,,
f heals inflamm.a-
thon and ceration
,- weaknesss.
"Sck women are
:niteI to consuAt
"-ctor Pierce. ,y
letter, re. .A'.
L w,,matnl y minI-
Sdence hei- :n
sacrel ecre%'
anI .l ua-delI by
;, rivacy. Writ'r

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Rome of the witness at the Schley
court of inquiry testify that Admiral
Sebley showed a great deal of "men-
tal excitement" during the naval en-
gagement at Santiago, and endeavor
thereby to create the impression be-
fore the country that the Admiral was
wanting in coolness and bravery and
showed cowardice.
The fearful responsibility of being
in command was enough to cause him
great mental agitation.
Almost every great commander has
keenly felt the same kind of mental
disturbance.
No one, perhaps, either north or
south, will accuse General Grant of
being a coward, and here is the way
he relates his feelings during his first
engagement in the civil war when in
command of the attacking forces.
"My sensations as we approached
what I supposed might be a 'field of
battle,' were anything but agreeable.
I had been in all the engagements in
Mexico that it was possible for one
person to be in-but not in command.
If some one else had been colonel and
I had been lieutenant-colonel, I do
not think I would have felt any trepi-
dation. "At the time
of which I now write we had no trans-
portation and the country about Salt
river was sparsely settled, so that it
took some days to collect teams and
drivers enough to move the camp and
garrison equipage of a regiment near-
ly a thousand strong, together with
a week's supply of provisions and
some ammunition.
"While preparations for the move
were going on I felt quite comfortable,
but when we got on the road and found
every house deserted I was anything
but easy. 4 "We halted
a night on the road and proceeded the
next morning at an early hour. Har-
ris, the Confederate commander, had
been in camp at the creek bottom for
the sake of being near water. As we
approached near the brow of the hill
from which it was expected we could
see bis camp, and possibly find his
men ready formed to meet us, my
heart kept getting higher and higher
until It felt to me it was in my threat
I would have given anything then to
have been baek in Illinois, but I ad
not the moral comSue to halt and
consider what to do. I kept right on.
When we mreabad a point from which
the valley below was n fall view, I
halted. The place where Harris md
been enmamped a few days befo was
still there, and the marks of a recent
emmptment were plainly visible,
bt the tamop were goem. My heart
resumed its proper place. It occurred
to me at once that Harris had been as
mueh aftMid.me as I of bim. This


(rible effect. The Oregon also hit us
several times, but the Brooklyn's
broadside, crashing iuto our super-
structure, simply terrorized the men.
We worked all our guns at it at OD*.
time, anid T don't see how it escaped
us. It simply drove us in to shore, at
one time fighting us at 110X yards.
The Brooklyn had prevented me from
getting away, for I could have beaten
the Oregon out, as I had a two-mile
lead of it. My orders were to try to
sink the Brooklyn, and I tried to carry
them out. I did not think that its
battery could be so terrible as it was."
That testimony ought to settle the
controversy now going on before the
Seley court of inquiry. The Brook-
lyn behaved so beautifully that she
even extorted generous praise from the
enemy. The havoc was done by her
and her stagetic "loop" saved herself
from possible destruction, all of which
would have been -impossible if her
commander had not possessed a cool
head and steady nerves, and been less
bold and determined.
State Fair Notes.
Some of the things you will see at
the state fair:
You will see tobacco from Gadsden
that took the gold medal at the Paris
exposition.
You will see the wine from Leon
that took all the gold medals at the,
Paris exposition.
You will see the weeder, the sulky
plow, the improved sugar mills, mow-
ing machines and borse rakes.
You will see every tool that farmers
use the world over.
You will see what you may never
see again, an animal show catered
in Florida and in it the crocodile and
the sea cow.
You will see how bees make honey
how man prepares it.
You will see the largest county ex-
hibit ever made by one county.
You will see a b-ndsonme county ex-
hibit, gathered by one man, brought
to Jacksonville by one man, displayed
by one man, and all the expenses paid
by one man, and he is a daisy.
You will see oranges from all over
the state.
t" was Sew Torrer.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a blk I would
ough frt0ghtfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines &fled, three
0.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery wholly cured me and I gained
59 pounds." It is ascolmtely garan-
teed to cure colds, coughs, la grippe,
bronoeitis and all throat and lung
troubles. Price -We and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Garrett & Goerg's drug
store. 2
Sesselsg *Me le's Peplarity t
Se*I Sash.


was a view 0o te quuin A ImW Coegress will be asked to appro.
never taken before, but it was one I priate fl,0f* to pay the phystcians
ee tr ofg fterward. From that o attended MeKinley for onr week's

event until the close of the war, I services and senator Foraker is
never eperieed trepidton upon to int.Jdu-e a bill to pay the widow
eo outing an enemy. though I al- ,(W) and a pension of ,(5,0W a year.
ways teat mee or Ie- anxiety."
If typora anxiety. et ipinitcr of o ia worth
Here i m G ral Grant, ome of the sito.moo ot Urited states money. what would a
most illustrIss names tin modern typkc mtbem ad< of ttwty hw Worth?-
Memphis ctAmitar.
warfare, who had fought through the Yes, if Miss Rtone, who was forty
Mexican war with some conspicuous- years old this spring, and homely as a
new, though never in command in an Dutch oven, will bring $110,000 in the
engagement, yet, when he asumed open market, it would take John D.
Rockefeller to ransom one of our
command of only a regiment of troops, the beue captured oy a f r
s to a Fsouthern beauUees captured hy a Pra
admits to a feeling of great mental Diavolo in the fastneaes of the Bal.
excitement. 8o it can well be imag- kan mountalns.-Penaacola Newn,
ined that Commodore Sehley who was When you have no appetite, do not
in command of the greatest naval relihh your food and feel dull after
fleet of modern times, must have been eating you may know that you need a
more or less under a strain of excite- dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
iver Tablets. Price 2Z rents. Sam-
menuibecaue of the great rspons- pes free at Anti.Munopoly Drug
ability which he knew rested upon Ltore. m
him. Had he shown no signs of ex-
him. Had he shown no signs of e A woman signing herself a "Soldier's
citemant he would have been more or Wider," thinks Rev. Sami Jones
less than human. "uncharitable anti unsympathetic"
The efforts to convict him of cow- in opposing "free education for the
S after the mnificent ults of poor children of Georwia" and "pen-
ardie, after the magnificent results of sions to poor widows." To educate
that engagement, and especially after the poor, and especially the orphan
the splendid part his own ship te,)k in poor, and care for the widow, should
it, is little lcse than infamous, be the most sacred obligation of the
state.
Captain Eulate of the Vicaya has e
captain Vi has Mrs. T. Briddleman, of Parshall-
made a statement which shows the vaile, Mich.. was troubled with salt


estimate of the effectiveness of Com-


m.,dore .vbley's attack as it appeared
to those aboard the Spanish b-hipL.
Lit -u to what he -,a:


'The 1-r''k1'n wu war--si half wile f 1i-er
Io rust rian anjy wothtr-rhijw. :and I tie-

C ,e.-ion nd!k'l uendo t'ould &:ot awail


reum for thirteen years and bad tried
a number of doctors without relief.
After tw-o applications of Banner
:Salve- her hands t -,ame better and in
'short:time !-ie was entirely tired.
Beware of -uih.titute'. Anti-Moiun.p
oly Druzr Stre-. 1


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sine*~wimre rpmut tH. W. Laimg
Am6rvmosm. maiel 4himmiagm,.aer* J. L.
wwasM.r. t4. .Lau... 'tml
V.1. Iwart"Mam.
Tbh minMate fW lWt meetiug %#re
noed &" appuwvvd.
On mm manInet vw e. odered thst
StimeammAWhftlr he a~lloed 0.4 per
mboaft Ow Mamg cowe o PuufheWitter
MW ed 3m. Slowmn 04uer month for
"66" twcoreat eMarUV4 mKwart.
Of wa saftr timvwtUguUm ordered
$bat 84d hbaedbps rAdm~ted tP the
pmw bee
1--~.m WaitmaNSmO, Ito whi
--m mena the SIwr of tsar* so-
mummid om. J. O('y, ftreported h
now ad kme dinttisi
4 418oteueI M0614mederethat two
bmuad E cvv~m of the law rvaginroic
Mg mmd ethme ,daumiglapublIe
vodsn oepk abase. bhr rimwd sild
4mr"Md.
16 I.' s wry nfl.. were subma at-
ted by Osmeles gpuefrese. 1twit: Menu
4%. Volmuws,. U. 3. iowdeeu. fie". W.
f~a orift .. I'Weu'maaia. Thugs.
11111041164S. IP Wura %ubavi. wor. ap.-


ONS.I. s.enif W440 .were seai-mmst-
s"d. wo wit 0" e4 '.wathews.J. 4 0.
Nfoser W Ik. 40. %'*1. P.I'.
NIMUmbWJ Kh.LeMmaW. P4 lrleat. J.
is4' Oi. FI lamg. IL. K.Hall. 1.- 1).
ommqd. J 1. kmlgh, I I. Hull asmt
1.1S w. i~uabash were eusUlMieat
mmd pmw
fin ft ka itowaono e'dvreesthat the.
bm.me elwowe wd the Marion. county
bomfAbl hrdirmatieuud.
A g U$9kMtohave co way t
Usow%*** ~rmy rwepsind was read and
0060OW so m1a1mm60" .Wivewith

ft P U-044mYw- kdo r d is rouissmiou
same weedg..whbbhbwasoar4"vd.
4 ominO-smeer IMwsrds, to wbow
on he~m dThe smatter 4of*wtiti.'n
*ft vbsawp'flood tram Pklvw "r Kprmgto
*~rvSIvllwe rseru thditat be- bust c-
6mwnad mid r'.ute and4 rvoceptunameead
thai jwtusmbisa gr aaatstf, saidsalni
IpIfn" is t woon esmted
fI't *WOO-14006 freies.the
4see .4 florida es Go sea .,fet wr'.ite
aI% th 'i5rwrt arm.% Urrvl'9 'q-
.westI I1.) kwowt..-.. lou. J t4 a&%kill.
I I lUs. I W FMI 11,111L *%pwwo-r
P"I .40 1 t1msin, 4 -0410a r. J-0s111 F.


Dsmest":aseI tbe -w5d

'. h III AIAI .- .l ...r g4ae1 'i$It he' var.

q~ all hat *I I ftit4IlM

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naY.iy,UiI'lle.Itt .NmcrrvAney,'W. Ip.
%Moritati, Mr-. Mary R. Dillard moad
Nmr. 1. A. M.-ttliew", wlaivlI were ap-

.A;'Ils.fajieiuj toolshave Martha Valkt r
' xinjtitto-of to, pi-'r faermnw:i-sreftcer rtooI'
Cmiu)Ii~t1p.ilmer Wa r! mann, and three
dollarr, wax grariteil for tenporary re-

The tax as'.k,--r pre~waited the tax
rollq fowr the yVAr l.'eI whieli were ex-4
arnined andaploalrovtI.I
Tlwhe bord imiJmiribd until Tues-I
day.
T i -SA Y.


E. v. Ihagard, tax collector, report-
ed collection of $1.85 on account of
licenses and $.8.0i) on account of poll
taxes.
T. E. Pasteur. county treasurer,
submitted his report showing receipts,


Board met. All members present. I disbursements and balances as fol-
On motion it was ordered that the lows:
clerk be authorized to purchase a cab- County Proper-
inet in which to arrange tax certifi- Balance last report............... 1
cates, same to co t 100). Receipts.......... ................. 11560
R. L. Clybura tendered his resigna- -
tion as road overseer for district No. $ 115 72
:3 which was accepted, and W. A. Disbursed .............................. 113 30
Redding was appointed in his stead, Balance in treasury............ $ 2 42
whose bond with E. L. Carney and J. Road Fund
W. torrison was approved. Road Fund-
W_. orr Was approved_ Balance last report............ ... $ 211 05
Petition to change Fort Gates road Receipts .... ........... 243 70
t ginning at or near branch flowing
out of Masterhead Lake which cross. 4.54 T 7
es said road, following the quarter see- bur.......... ......... 4
tion line to point east of Aickory Head B-lauce in treasury...............S 0.5
church, thence in a northerly direct. Fine and Forfeiture Fund-
tion pamug east of E. 0. Cordrey's B a r
field, connecting with present Fort Receipt r.. or... ......... ..145
Gates road between Cordrey's field
and Saw Grass branch, was read and $ 14.5 57
laid over until ne t meeting. Di ur d ............................. 144 9)
It was ordered that when the sheriffBala ................
delivered convicts to proper overseer Building Fund-
to be worked on the public roads that Balance last report. .....$....1757 36
he take receipt for such convict from Disbursed .................... 68 02
such overseer stating the amount of ---
One and cost or term of imprison. Balance $1689 34
meant, and that on filing such receipt Fines were reported by justices of
with the clerk of the circuit court the the peae as follows: T. D. Craw-
clerk shall be authorized to credit the ford, 3.; J. 0. Turnipseed, $20.;J.
sheriff with amount of such fine and M. Barkudale, 11.
McoWt. Following justices reported no tines
It was ordered that Allan Rodgers, imposed in their courts: W. H. Rou,
read overseer, be required to give bond D. L. Grantham, W. J. Dodson, H.
is the sum of $510O until January 1st, W. Douglass, E. A Smith, Alex
next. Wayune, W. W. Jackson.
The resolution offered by Commis. The board then adjourned until the
%ioner long at the hat meeting was next regular meeting.
laid over until this meeting, was S. T. SISTtUNK. Clerk.
taken up for consideration, and after ."
being dcued by the board and citi. "For three days and nights I suf-
men swas put to a vote and t. feared agony untold from an attack of
It wa announced that the board cholera morbus brought on by eating
o c nty co ioner, of Citrs cucumbers, says M. E. Lowther, clerk
county, had cpted the invitation of the district court, Canterville,
of the board to ome to Ocala and Iowa. "1 thought I would surely die,
meet together with reference to build- nd I tried a dozen different medicines
ing al rid ge ecr w ,the Wit., oolee but all to no purpose. I sent for a
ri a b ot c ..o ....he ..i a .. ohey bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
river by both counties, and that they .. .d n
.... .. and Diarrhoea Remedy and three
would arrive this afternoon. doses relieved me entirely." Th ,
Board adjourned until Wednesday. i u .. ,
oard adjoue until Wenda remedy Is for sale by Anti-Monopoly
WEDNESDAY. Drug Store. m
Board met. All members present, g
together with full board of Citrus
eomty, with H. W. Long, of Marion _Early
county, presiding, for the purpose of
ds.ueting the matter of building a' Choosers
bridge ar rm the Withlacoochee river.
After consderation it was ordered Fare BeSt
that a bridge be built, the two counties
Maron and ('itrus each to pay one
half the cot of building such bridge For Fal Wear.
I together with the approaches thereto The goods we have
on each side of the river. All future provided for t he
repair or expenses to i e torue making of fall ooe-
equally by bo'h comutits. Ct'muis- i tumes ought to be a
asoner Matson, of Cittus tcnuty, muov-; pleasures to the la-
ed that said bridge tbelocated at Camp dies of this city.
Isard which umoton wate hi,:, he then There is such a
moved that said bridge ate located at wealth of rich, warm
4tokea' ferry, which ritotion was car- colors, and such a
I rated. (Conmi siuer lmouer, of Citrus variety of grades.
county, voting u41. Every price is up to
A committee conkistiuig of Com- the highest possible
mimtoners Wattmusaun andI Edwards, standard for the price
of Marion, and CommisfsonerilXoon- but sonime prices are not so high as
er, Brown and Matsou, of Citrui coun- others
ty were appointed to prepare plans Steking Trle.
and speelncations for said bride. .
The committee submitted plans and There must be plenty
speilcatlions that were agreed to. of stocking In the
It was ordered that each board ad- wardrobe-some heav- I
vertise for sealed bids and that the ier ones for wear on
chairman of each board to meet and those chilly autumn I
open said hids and award the con- days. We have abun-
t 1 dance of quality here,
A committee consisting of chair- and a variety of pri asau of each tbor.t together with which willenablee.ry :
('enmiionerr Lucius and Edwards, wa h woma nto bnv just
,.f Mariou. and Commissioner Spoou- what she wan i he
er and Edward.. of Citrus, were ap- way of hosiery. The
*,oiuted to hlok after the building f str-'e c'u,..-.' ill stay, and the goods


trhe jitut -.e-wsi~ni ther-eupon ad~-
j~ouruetl.
colaioui'.-mourr Wartiuatn &rgave ito-
to4e that at next oaeeting the %oauld
;erete~wiptit swinii! to abrogate the road
ire cirnus~ter %of -et'lion 6. ,town-hip 15,

11,11141 -t J. 1'. piiltuis, ttiztary putblic,
Sit, N. k. lien t md Jitiit' SanahaU(I





'.* tssltet flit.


will wear excellently.
Real Lace or Plain.
It)n ,r liueof hand-
kernbiefs we made bs
broad a selection ,.,
possible. Our caie
was especially given
to real linen hand-
kerchief-, both plain
Siantd with ltv illing. We have a
I eautifulhem t chbed
liandKerchief- aou o d
1i i; ne 11 tot,-which


WV .1 t. %k .. 1 Ad i fie. IAAt'iOf Ottot a'


M. FISHEL,


Call and Examine


A m,, D AS


UUI DUJ 5 OU11Y
We have them iu great varieties-the latest styles-at the lowest prinsft.
Men'. Clay WrMted Mlutl at $10. ; fine all wool suits at $S B6;
a good suit at $4.t0); Pant, 7e and upwards; Fine F aIsM $1I
ea*h..


(IENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TRUNKS. SATCHELS AND VALISES


mE_ SHOES


AND NOTIONS


All at prices to suit the times at


MSLOACK.


R. FROST'S STORE


FLOON&


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WE EAT MEAT


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To grow strong. Unless we gs
good meat we may as well let
it alone. There is no strength
in tough meal -instead of giv-
ing, it takes strength to digest
it. It pays to be careful In
buying meat-be sure to get
the eist-tender and ehob'e.
Pay a little more if need be and
put something in your stomach
which will put flesh on yow'
bones and strong blood in yar
beat.


EDWARDS BROS.
Stall 2 and 4 itty Market, Oeama, la.


A. E. DELOUEST


HARDWARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,


READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC


i H 1 IRKTON W. D.MORTON.

nAI A II HMRFR RnMPANY


THE OCALA R BANNEW A(TMhWU'F iq m


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LIVER, KIDNEYS and BLOOD kept in good condition by using

DR. THAGNCHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
Yes, Druggists have it, 25 and 50 cents.


ANYl PURE RYE?





A T '" This Whiskey is

Especially Recom-

YOU mended for medici-

nal purposes, being

Snroeinr Absolutely PURE

SU lnC Iand Free from all

S_____adulterations. It is

heartily recommended by the best

medical authorities.


SFor sale exclusively by

GEO. A. HUTCHINS Manager
) McGrath's Depot for Imported and Domestic Wines,
Liquors, Beer and Cigars. .
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED BAVARIAN BEER
JUG AND BOTTLE TRADE SPECIALLY SOLICITED
OCALA, FLORIDA. 4
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hBlood.
We Iee by our blood, and on
L. We thrive or starve, as
ur blood is rich or poor.
There is nothing else to live
m or by.
When strength is full and
bts high, we are being re-
hd, bone muscle and brain,
a ody and mind, with con-
Aim w of rich blood.
Ihis is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
Scheer, no spring, when rest
A t rest and sleep is not
" pwe are starved; our blood
ipoorr; there is little nutri-
ient in it.
iack of the blood. is food,
s keep the blood rich. \\ h-n
t fails, take Scott l imulsion
wf Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
whole body going again-mad
woman and child.
IfyqiM lhew fn 4 trie< it -cnd.l for tree aaple.
8 iwmaW. tame wil -Irrln-.- MI
*COTT A Ik)'WN-F. htmints
411 Pra1 StIret Nrw VotS.
y & sad aI'! -d2 uti t.

am- Jery Prse-Itmeet.
a the towtm Cout of Marion County Fifth
Jwied-l Circuit of Il.rida--PaIl Term.
r e taw memorable W .. Bullock. Judge pre-
ermamd jury for Marion county
pmhsdll y msbmit to your honor this
Abir lma p.essatmeat:
o the discharge of our dUties we
&aw esamnvroGd to weigh all the evi-
4- dee pr WAetoo s carenlly and
vr pimmma to your booer umch
vilat s ofs law as seemed to
JIUTICBI.
ie pin .mbmitted us from the
vwes justices' courts wee no doubt
S "eJtor team those su w bmitted
oprveie gSdjuries, but we would
ummmsd that all justles exercise
te giMa tt eam in the future in the
preallfo of ease for the consider-
asei of thi lwiady. That they bind
Over nO witnesMeW who can not, at
tee1 ad In proving a material fact
and th at they ue great tare in bind-
g- over crimital- and important
watmrf s with as good sureties as can
ti ot4almed.
PIBll.I4 RbAIDS.
We hear much complaint through-
Mst the coaty as to the injury to the
ublic highways ly turpentine and
timber men. but we ascertain that
the hosrablte toward of county com-
mitesinter have already taken action
teabate this evil y having printed
mmd preperiy distributed. copies of
the act relaUmg thereto.

We e sn-t ,ty too much iu cornm-
msmdatna of the superb system that
pervades the ofire of the elerk of the
oeet. For accuracy and ease of re-
aemee his book- are perfect, and the
lek himself is a practical model
tSHIRI T'S oF'fICtK.
We ae fItad this ofltee in as neat
shape as the cramped quarters will
admit of and htis books appear well
ad eewreety kept.
aimHIIIT3NDr T nl" rI"riLIC I N.TRI'C-
TIo'N.
We bMad this office ably adminles-
-esed by the present incumbent and
we believe that our public school sys-


te will compare favorably with that
of amy comaty in the state.
TREANSI RER
O)r mew aUomurer has shown him-
edf capable of han4Ulig his accounts
weth umm, and accuracy.
OWM'NTV JUI4E..
The county judge finds great diffl-
euty In making guardiansan d ad-
miaistratom rendet th ir annual re-
tmrns. It seem that in the past this
has been much neglected and we rec-
ommend that the county judge be
required to instit that the law in this
matter be complied with.
(VLLWINOR.
The collector's offlee was found in
oxrellent condition as far as the books
are kept and the ,only complaint that
the collector ha, to make is that there
It appease l na Org Sftore.
*"One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
of cough medicine that I did not have
la stock says Mr. D. R. Grandin, the
papelar druggist of Ontario, N. Y.*
" it*e was disapolnted and wanted to
kew what couh preparation I could
scwemmend. I said to her that I
mold r-eely recommend, Chamber-
slains de gh Ready and that she
amWd A a hn thtltAf I thu manneml andH


were parties who are doing beines eaeftl at Mr. Hatheox, what a state From the ba iveesag Sta of
without paying any license. We think Florida would mon become. Aprl oat, lima. .-
it the duty of the collector to report It was Sidney Lanier, we believe, "We are indepted to Mr. George -
sti'h eAses to the county judge for who said, "there is more in the man Close for the finestcabbage and lettuce
collection and prosecution, than in the land." we have ever seen grown in Florida.
(' rNTY JAIL. is eo Was Tortured. Mr. ltse is a man of floe judgment,
We find that the Iron supply pipe "I sffeed sh pain from corn I and one of the most so-eemfl trucker
for the closets in the jail have bmome could hardly walk," writes H. Rob- In the state and he lisa generous and
useless rendering the flshingi of the i Hlborough, Ills., but Buck- large hearted as he is prospeoM "
closets difficult and uncertain. We lend's Arnic Salve completely cured d Mr. Closble bought his seed om the
would recommend that MIth bemtted." Acts like magic on sprains, old reliable 0eedaman J.K8RSuttion,
ed to at once forantay reon In, cuts, m rns,l- who handles only the best seeds to be
oU.r rpects the jUl is well keptad eas, boils. Prect healer of skinhead especially adapted to lord and
the prisoners are well fad ared for.diseases and piie. Cure guaranteed makes a specialty of the en n stin
ApleOR'S OFFICs b. Cure guaran d 2 cb o bfageb egg plant, lettuce, onim
ASsaSO's OFFICE by Garrett A Gerig. 25ce. 2 a oatoseed. see di dvy dw
In examining the books of thisof orin o Thankoiving y, artisement in another column. 7t A ld adv
Aee we found them kept with a syem wheh comparatively few know any- ree another. 7 f A
that samsred accuracy and became ae- thing of will no longer be a matter Besides being mayor of Jackson- Means comen rt, penes m lds.
qualnted with a matter that greatlofy peulaton to the November read. vlle and eharman of the beard of tMe blood ena't ein te doN
afbets the revenue of Mario county em of the American Queen, which pubile instruction for Duval comty, poor feet era-med -d pl i ~e
and the whole state. imagine als furonishe menus for a Boo. D. U. Fleteber has a newspaper tight boew or sh t & d
We feel great hesitancy in mention- ple of goodold f owned Than- controversy on hi hands. He is a shape. eA bet s ier bm- m am d
inthi because of its seeming inter- giving dinners and some of the best very busy mU.. mbunm, and the dh10
reonee with a mater that pertaim, sort stories printed, by such eminent as e tshe entme heth.
excluively to the state government writer as Adeline Sargent, E. F. We se oe that a de hoped ae
and we do so only in order torepet- Heddle, and the author of "Jack's the hemn ot, but yet w- n MAree
fully invite a closer examination of Wooing," The Liddle Old Lady," an air of elepae and style. -
tae abject by the honorable coMp- etc., etc. The cover design, by Mal- ve sm fortMe beheare not mesriiy
troUler of the state, com Strauss, one of the best known m t em a e- n eme -not so at all, if yo eomhem.
It seems that a very large area of and most admired American artists, G A NASH
wild land has passed into the hands is on the poster variety and portrays G. A. NASH,
of the state under the operation of our a beautiful girl in evening costume. T oth side of thesq la. oas, Fh
tax laws and has been taken oft the It is oe of a series shown each month J rry
books. The owners of these lands and is worthy to be framed. Burnett McIVII and 4ACKA
have in a great number of Instances e t M a S C A
sold or leased them to turpentine or A report form Supt. J. C. GluWck,
mill men who have re-4sessed them RefOrm School, Pruntytown, W. Va.,M chant
and r paying taxes on same. A- Oct. 18th, 1900. "After trying all 0c& er
cording to the ruling of the comp- hd u lne Tailoring
troller this is contrary to law d a have decided to use Foley's Honeys t. T
while we do not question the decision and Tar exclusively In the West ir- Finest Imported and FU N ER A
in any way, we are sensibleof the fact ginla Reform School. I And it the Domestic Cloths
that unless extraordinary precautions mt eetive, and absolutely harm-esti Cloths. DT O
are taken to safeguard the state'sin. lees" Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mI Cutting a Specialty.
terests In the matter, thee lands will Capt. Evan P. Howell wants to build Fits Guaranteed. -- -
in the course of a very few years be up a republican party in the south on aes".e.,
denuded of their timber under the the tariff and thinks it can be done if A R
operations of the turpentine and mill the negro is eliminated. The Penas-
men, the state receiving meanwhile colaJournal thinkshe was never more
no revenue from them, will ultimate- mistaken in his life and the Ocala Alwm4L E SSo wi ., dIWsW -
Il have to receive them back divested Banner is of the same opinion. The A pdwIs e e. WM min *
of all that gave them value. people of the south are democrats by
PUBLIC BUIL Iu S tradition, birth, inclination and envi-.
Believing as we do that the finance ronment Democracy comports 1ad- H L
of the county will not warrant any mrably with the rugged simpliety of
lrge expense in the improvement of our institutions. "Special privileges
our public buildings, we would my to none," is the bed-rock on which it a "M d e ohmm_
that while we recognize the ineonve- Is founded and what a solid rock to UKso"A nan", i
ntence resulting from the cramped build on. .m ,
conditions of our public offices, we When suffering from racking cough,
think it best to make no change at take a dose of Foley's Honey and
present in the court house nnless it be Tar. The soreness will be relieved
in line of safeguarding the county's and a warm' grateful feeling and heal- JAPANESE
books. ing of the parts affected will be ex-
THE POOR FAR.M. perienced. Anti-Monopoly Drug
We visited the poor farm and found tore. -
everything in good shape. There are What is blis? It is bliss for a poor A L _C U_,
eight colored and four white inmates. man to a have a loving, contented .
They seemed well cared for ad e on- wife; one who will not wiAh to live in A new and complete treatment, consisting of D WR9SAS N U
tente The sem rintelent, Mr. VFro- a style beyond her husband's scanty boxe of Ointment. A never-filng cure for MULmiG ARD
tented. The superintendent, Mr. rey- come ust to be on a soal level with Piles of every nature and degree. It makes an UI IG M ATIAI
mouth, has grown enough produce to to be on a social levelwith oration with the knife, which is painful, and
feed the inmate- and have a surplus her neighbor across the way; a wife ea resulting death, unneceery. %y aen- Il- M M 0
Sure this terrible disease? We pack a written
to sell. who can be happy in the love of her guaranteein each 1i box. No cure, no pay. w a -_ -- Wa
B' BoAi OF HEALTH. husband and contented in the pre. rdabox. 6or $5. Sent by mail. Samp esm
We have inquired into the general 9 ciits u. t tu' home and its sacred OINTMENT SC AMD SOC. Soath t4t ey s e-
duties without asking the world for
health 'f the county and find It good. itl wu..-or it fa ors atd not hearing C a ned liver Pel ets th
The agent of the state board of health fir its laughs or its frowns In that est liver a stomach regulator and ood OmMeand wamemA Koa. 509 i
reports that while there have been home, although its rlse Iay be bare pc. ni- anodld pleasant to take; eo. -
heeo me, .although its Ioos ay be bare, lecialty adapted for children's use. Fifty doses 5 l mlmsN e 0
some cases of diptheria and sporadic is bl. 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. a A IJ *
cases of scarlet fever, smallpox has
been stamped out owing to the good 8. A. *,..ds,. .rown Point, N. Y.
system of vaccination. .-.it .s -e'iti red from kid- W hite HICkor W agbl Is
PHRJIRY. nay trouble for years. She was in-
Owin to the great difl.~ dy t ,* L* i*,t) Kianey Cure and
Owing to the great difiuty of cot:- a t e sh b We promised that we would this week isth tihla wlm h we
eviction in cases of perjury, we would rh e ft imroe ary in stock. Well, here they are, and we are sure there Is net a aeepr *m
recommend that our next legi.-tlature using it, she greatly mproved sortment in the state:
peass a law sbetituting false w ring and three bottles cured her." Anti- me-*Here Farm Wagemes 1 aInch steel axle, I lush Mme; be
psal ubttutil Mozo.>j.., Dr. M s.... m those who want something light and good. 1 luck steel axle, 3) Inch Mm;
for the present statute, making the t,,-,,, the regular size steel azle one-horse wagm. 21 Thimble sela, I) keb tMe;
proceduresimplerand the proof ea-r. That was a ut's compliment Sena- the regular size skein one-horse wagon. 2 thimble skeIn, I| etes Mte; a
We desire to extend to the officers of tor Hoar recently paid this section. heavy built one-borse wagon for city ue.


this court our sincere thanks for cour- He said: "1 tlietve it every man of Two-Nrse Farn WleWs: 2i inch thimble sked2, So& 0 ,
tesiesextended to us during this term. the north were to die the south, with light; II ineh thimble skein, 2 inch tire medium; 2 IMeb thimble seia, 3
Having completed our labors we re- the virtues it lits cherished from the ntee Azl; Trp wi Athm r : b 1t8. tllwo-hbo ; IJA tWe ee; ;t
spectfully &ak that we be discharged. be auuiut, u. .ave or home and love four horse. Steel skein turpentine; 383, two home* 84, two mbef; Sja, eW
SAMUEL R. PvwiS, Foreman, of state, and love of freedom, with its horse. We also carry a full line of extras ineiling logie pAsh
S. S. SAVAGE, Clerk. coamage and its e.mn,-tznuy,. would take skeins, boxes, etc.
e ew W e tag the country and ta-r at on to the S. A. STAND.L Y, Ocala, Pla
VOe Keow What V u Are facing achievement of its lofly destiny." Nerses and Oales, Sugales, Wagoes and largess.
When you take Grove's Tasteles IAnew remedyforiliouse is now ___
Chill Tonic, because the formula is new remedy for iionss isow -


plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 5'..
What ***e Farmer has 0eme.
A few days ago P. A. Hathcox, of
Alachua county, told the Gainesville
Bun that he now has fifty-six acres in
corn, from which he expects to har-
vest 6(g) bushels; 8,00( pounds of fod-
der, and will gather 300 bushels of
peanuts, which were sowed between
the rows of corn. This crop was
planted on sandy land, with no ham-
mock or mixed soil. Mr. Hatheox
also has one and one-third acre in
sugar cane, from which he expects to
realize twelve to fifteen barrels of
sirup; one acre of sweet potatoes,
from which he will dig from 350 to
400 bushels; 'twenty acres of oat',
feom which he will reap a harvest of
260 bushels, to meo nothing of the veg.
tables and watermelon, the past
maon whih naael ehiman khaeanma.-


on sale at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. It is called chamberlain's s
Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives
quick relief and will prevent the at-
tak if given as soon as the first indi-
cation of the disease appears. Price
25 cents per box. samples free. m
A year ago the British public pre-
sented popular General Lord "Bobs"
with a purse of $500,000 for whipping the
Boers, and the noise has not yet ceas-
ed on the firing line in South Africa.
It looks like somebody has been "gold-
bricked."
Chas. R. Weesmar, Evanston, Ill.,
writes: "My boy 21 years old had a
severe cold which refused to yield to
any treatment until we tried Foley's
Honey and Tar. He was completely
cured before using one bottle." Take
none but Foley's. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
The Citlsaen-eporter, of lake City,
like everything In that town, is on a
MoWm andtla I mwinw Samhkl~kinn TU


READ THIS!

*. F. THOMAS AIRDWAIA A- E
RELIABLE AND TESTED SEED

We. the undersipned, track growers of Gais l lla"nviA. t. as. a.
bought need of all kinda rom Dr. T. F. Thoas. ad Let al a ses eSle eIww g es-
isfaton. We know Dr. Thomas to be a balaes am as atlem. sad all d- a
with him have been pleasant and satisfactory. We clbeeritmllU --emme him to tMm mM
anything in his line. -h-- ".22w
H. C.Denton A. J. Strickland. C.A. Coleough. A..
J. N. Holly, .P. Cal k. .A. Roate-ot .
Fr.R. Deuby. S. D. Mc'owald E. L, W kam
A. L lDaughtry. J. I. Jarvis, T. Da C.MeM
Wm. Daughtry. F. C. Crown, P. x. "ame. W. a. CS


W. P. Daris.
I hereby certitfy that the gentlemen whoas ams are signed to thebsae a e t he
growers of truck for market in this *ectia, and tote bes 9t of kmy aJkewge sAd m, *
ure are genuine. H. -C. DuETON, Clerk Circ ut Court. AwbamCag.

'r Write for prices.
T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND SIED CO..
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HERE FORDS!
HEREFORDS!

At the Savannaht Gs., state fair,
Nov. 8 to 16, salo at Valdoeta- Oa.,
fair, Oct. 29 to Nov. "., There
will he OM head of accli-
mated
01MUgsS@O LLSOD S NIIENS
Fer maesat the above fairs. Now Is
the time to do away with the scrub
cattle of Florida by croming on the
b4 beef cattle in the world. Florida
rau ral as good rattle as any country
nm erth, bit you must have the blood
to ti4e It. A good ball will more thau
my for himerlf In one seaeoo, and
you will cut your eerub blood half
iut.s, by using good bulls.
DR. P. PHILLIPS,
Forees, Miss


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maa3s 0t11Z0 2 O APILICA-
f M1 1 L DIRC3A3G.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THU
Aunldged. ao admimstrator o( the estate
at ]AM IU CAMPBKLL. will on the
SDAT of &rtoMer. A D., 9 o,.
make Ge!l return of his actcouts and ask a dis-
ctarre fmm hi. adminstratorship of -aid estate.
Sacrdaze withthe t law i mtch cases made
aud pvieded
This ih April A D go1. *
C'HA LES I WHITK. Admr..
4t :*e#Am Ft of Jame B. Campbell. deceased.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A
PARDON.

N'oTi .. 1% HEK1KB\ GIVEN BY TIlHE 'N-
de-fleed tht on thr
:.-q4 4e If ,!.%m 'rw4,-j .4. D. 19Io,
ht *i'. a;,- p, to the 1amrd of pardons of thz
-tale ? iordia t Talla.tha...ee within said state.
f. Ittrdon of the %rinfr ol lartcen of a certain
L. 4 eged t'. have tben tl.c propertvy of one
*'lr W Revnn:lsi of which h was covicted
,t1 tihe 'd d(ay of April L). i. t the spring
tr n, 1' ihr hccuit court totr the county of
I M- .*C C t
LK Hkl,-T4'I'l tEC I(;(HGGINBOTHAI .
%OTIGE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DE LD LODER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TE6 4t889 LAWS OF FLORIDA.


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OCA A. :FLORIDA.


4 DeMt aoV It.
*-w T-. OVt.
PW a btee or common gm wth your
'M r aNd lht I stasd twmnty4our hours a
sediment or ait-
Sthtng indicates a
W unhealthy condi-
ac tat thion of the kld-
neys; If it sains
your line It is
evl eace o( kid-

r tt D frequent desire to
wlg heJ m pan it or palm In
Sth--- the back Its Ialso
elser ty orbeert toe beWasyand blad-
eatoen omlle to ow
Tle tIs coman t tihem knowledge so
dtsM lp-ag-. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
rMi. te CeM "tl y .dy wa- eiIsseoon
t k ctao rLwmmatm. pain to the
tet. kWa e. bkd and eey part
d the Iwary ptanae. It corrects inability
to hel wc er aod tcaldiag pain a passgcm
st. w bad acts foowing use of liquor.
Swa beer. and overcomes that unplesant
wmeaiy e W tWint compelled to go often
4rtB m day. and to get up many times
duota the night. The mild and the extra-
euu e, ecy t e byoft soon
lesIed. It stands the highest for its won-
deru cures of the most disresn case.
M you aed a medicine you should ve the
bes. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$1. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery
and a book lhat tells
Amore about it. both sent
ahneately free by mailt
addrem s Dr. Kilm&er & sm t S s .
Co.. Ba rhnton. N. Y. When wrttGinmea-
fMa nWaC t s (eOrouscer ta othis pw.


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Write for our pamphlets, which should
it every farmer's library.
They are sent free.


GERMAN KALI WORILS
93 Naa St, New YAh.


TAX DEED NOTICE.

Office of Clerk of Circuit Court. County of Mar.
ion, Florid;.-To Henning Land & In-
vestment Company.
WH'HEREAS. W. W. CONDON HAS PRESENT-
T ed to me Tax Certificates No.. 1983. as6, 26 28.
24t, 2544. 2S5s. 257, 2594 sale of August 7. 199.
covering the following land in said county of
Marion: East half of east half and southwest
quarter of southeast quarter and south half of
southwest quarter section 21, township 16. range
21. 28o acres: west half and northweb quarter of
southeast quarter section i, township T17. range
20o. 368 acres, I acre less; east half of northwest
quarter and northwest quarter of southeast quar-
ter section 3 township 17. range o,. 120 acres:
northwest quarter of southwest quarter section
ii. township 17, range 2o. 40 acres; northeast
quarter of northwest quarter ad southwest
quarter of south half of southeast quarter and
northeast quarter of southeast quatrer section 13.
township 17. range 2Jo 30o acres, i acre less; east
half of northeast quarter and southeast quarter
of northeast quarter and southeast quarter of
southwest quarter and northwest quarter of
southwest quarter sec,.ion 43. township 17. range
20. ao0 acres; northeast quarter and east half of
west half and northwest quarter of northwest
quarter and southeast quarter of southeast quar-
ter and west half of southeast quarter and south-
west quarter of southwest quarter sectio 7. i
township 17. range 31. 520 acres, I acre less; east I
half of southwest quarter and west halfot south-
.st quarter section i; township t7, range 21.
,6o acres. t acre less; and upom mid certificates
has demanded from me a tax deed to mid land.
Therefore, take notice that after the expira-
tion of thirty days from the date of this notice un-
less you shall have redeemed said land in accord-
ance with law, it is my intention to i'sae a tax
deed to the said W. W. Condon for the said laud
in accordance with the provisions of chapter
4674, laws of Florida.
Dated Oct, o ,y1901. to-
(Seal) S. T SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marian County, Florida.

COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE.

TENDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN
L order granted on the 26th day of March A.
D. r ot. 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
h tkday. of %.Vmwbe*, A. D. 1901.
between the hours of t a. m. and a p. mo, 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 Otala.
the following described real property as the pro-
perty in fee simple of Martha Jones at the tame
of her death, and located in Marion conuty.
Florida. viz: Lot lettered "G" on that map or
plat made by T M. Rickards of Joseph Cal-
well's, sub division of the Alvarez grant, said plat
being recorded in the public records of Marul
county. Plorida. in deed book stitered "K" at
page 741, said lot being more particularly de-
scribed as bounded on the north bv lots lettered
O-0" and "'P". and on the south by lot lettered
"R" as shown by said plat. Lews, however, froe
the above ten acre tract. six acres o0 the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Jooes in
her lifetime to Agusta F. Brown. wife of Charles
M. Brown, thus leaving four acres rewalaing as
the property of the said Martha Jones and
which I will offer for sale under and by virtue
of the order af>e--ai'l.
T'MTER A BULLOCK.
9 6-st Commisimoner.

TAX DEED NOTICE

S'HEREAS, .'. H. HARGRAVES HAS PRIE
Ssented to me Tax Certificates No. 888. 893.
914. 92, 129. 1"294. 1296. 1398, 1324. 1325, 139%,
sale of August 7,. iS9, 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 quarter section 15. township s4, range
21. So acres: southeast quarter of northeast quar-
ter except 2to feet square in northwest corner
section x6. township 14. range ia, 39 acres: south
half of northeast quarter of northeast quarter
section 21. township 14 range it, 20 acres; north
half of southeast quarter except north halt of
northeast quarter of northeast quarter of south
east quarter section a2. township 14. range 21,
75 acres; southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and north half of north half of southeast quarter
section 12, township 15. range 18, So acres; south
half of northwest quarter section 14. township
15. range 18, 6o actes; northwest quarter of south
west quarter section 17, township is. Isage 18.
40 acres: southeast quarter of northwest quar-
ter section z,. township :5,. range I8, 40 aOes:
northwest quarter section i township i5. range
19. s6o.os acres: southeast quarter ot northeast
quarter section t2. township 15, range 19. 40
acres; southeast quarter section 12, township 15,
range 20o. t5.36 acres: and upon said certificate
has demanded from me a tox deed.
Therefore, after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of thiA notice, unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
lands.
Dated Sept. 30., too.
(Seal) S T. SISTRUNK.
19-4 Clerk Circuit Court


NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under Sectiona of
Chapter 4S'&. Laws of Florida.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRED
.ebber purchaser of Tax Certificate No-
too6. dated the ;rd day of October, A. P. o1901. has
filed said certificate iu my olice. and has made
application for tax deed to iisue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Marion coun-
tv. Florita. to wit: north half of northeast quar-
ter section 27, to.vn'hip 14. range 2. 8o acres.
The said land beink a* .sessed at the date of the
issuance of such c-rtificatein the name of James
Mason. Unles-.v. i'a certificate shall be redeem-
ed according to law. tax deed will insue theteou
on the oth day of November. A. D. go1901.
Witness my official signature and seal this
the 2nJ day of October A. D. Tr.o.
-.4 I al % S. T SISTKrNK.
Clerk Circuit Ck.u-t of Mtrion Count,. 1: r' 7a.

NOTICE.


In thet Citrat Cortt of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
,,f FI-rila in anid for Marion Couuty-lu
Chancery.
Gorge Vi asington. Complainant. vs. Maggie
WaIhmgton, Detendant.-Bill fr divorce.
T IS OjDEFREI) THAT MAGGIE WASH-
INi TO. dtefndent herein named be. and is


J. P. Galltway. Prop.


......... RATEI S .M M PER DAY ......


:. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND .:

tmder Entire New Malngement. BeI ted and teftrmnsdme.
lew Babh Boeeo. B3. Table Serlee.

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COMMERCIAL BANKSOCILA.


[Bratch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]


CAPITAL 50,0000

SAccounts of Firm!s, Corporations and Individuals Solieited.
Prompt Attention to all Business Eutrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS







Florida Agricultural College

LAKE CITY, FLA.

EIenTEhsTN EA*R---*ES****S SEPTEMBER sOTN, OW

Four courses of four years, in Agriculture, Me.hanieal ou-
giDeering, Lat lu-*ience, Clamies. Ona year's .umrse In beut-
nees: Stenography, Typewriting and Telegraphy. A prepara-
tory course of one or two years, as required, for thboe wishilMt o
prepare for the college. Post-GUaduate course at are altn olrerold.
Young men under military diWsipline. Young women unlr "
refining home influenees at FO trF Hall. Fine modper builtidilas
and first clasi equipment. Tuitiott fre. to Ilorida stIM.ntla.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
T. H. TALIAFEBRO. C. E, Ph. D., Prea isl.








Nine HERBINE.

Tenths '

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People s R i-moU Da *

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CONNI ACTIONS:
The Atlantic Coast Line. via Charleston, Ricd-
mond and Washington.

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


1 7 Via PortTampsa and
S L Tbhe Peninslar a'n
OclL idethl Steumbtp
Key rWest and Havan0a. companV.



Nova Scotia and Prince Edwards Islin


Via Bo totj and the Canada, Atlantic and Plant Steamship Line.


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MENAIm"T JUNKETP. the latIlt We w allow n o
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ftrsed ** beappry dbeee =NoMhalMYs asd P fi e am seeed t*eme.


TEA POT GROCERY|


IP Our Business

SIs Groceries Exclusively

i- And we are studying all the time with the one idea of
getting the very best of everyt g in the eating
-vC*ber tE line, so that the thrifty housekeep-
W" .OeNC0FFEE AND TEAS are. the
SGY _er can have anything she desires

in and out of season. Our store abounds with new
- things, and if the same care is exercised in the
**ROYAL SCARLET" VEGETABLES
preparation of the food you eat, AND FRIwn pperly p
that is essential and is used in the 6 af- l e
Selection of the many articles purchased there is no
Doubt that by buying those brands packed by firms -
.. =l^:: whose names are a Guarantee of
aim yman m* u th enme w iho i lted to eater* "
^Z lale vwry mnarh thissene. It in called T^T r T r


('CREAM OF (CROOLATL. ill that i y0anat ciVla0
meremary in a little hot water. and II OI Y
doe* the rent. Call and *we for yeourell.
It Im *b binm dememtrated dally at our f
a- "t cant help having first-class food.

e are doill our part by handling goods
tl that are guaranteed, and while the price
tmay .be a little higher, the results obtained
| will more than offset the difference in price.
We will be pleased to have' you call.
Yours for More Business.


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