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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 25, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ngr aved Stationary

And Cards

In The Latest Styles.


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day 080,uthe :' at3 :3eit. ma. by Rev.

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meImmfftiOw's Pambe. R.ft. rnt.Is tore.
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SW& md Jobsu I6Mi rawsmOM last
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obse- yhae b 1mm a~edlmg the
.vowmabsm oathe Chrwbat. church
uwIb" sengd ismthat city week bt-
#a ba. They had a mod delightmu
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gad gy OWbis m &Ia~k of
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IIou em asesIe a-it .pwararl, near
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owe m MA is mow rbmiuing matur-*
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wow frus ad le" m Ito .Wmer
hwel it woweaiien mtSrto
mwinad. res apinag &be rewWa of the
IO&Wry mW ad see e pended us.

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Wednesday promptly at noon at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
JaeI E. Bell, Mi Sara Marianne
aell, anm Mr Hardy Church Croom
were united marriage by Rev. C.
M. Gray, rectr of Grace Episcopal
The oaremony was performed In the
artr wh had bee vry prettily
deemntid with palms. ferts ad cut
1ower, and was witnemed by a few
fMieie of the contracting parties.
Mim Bell entered the parlor with
Mr. Creom and they were met in front
of the mantel by Mr. Gray, who in the
Impremive words of the beautiful
Epiacopal ceremony pronounced them
man and wife. Mr. J. P. Galloway,
a cousin of the bride, gave her away.
She was dreasd in a beautiful castor
going away gown, with hat to match,
and carried an exquisite shower bou-
quet of bride's roses.
After the ceremony an elegant
breakfast was served to the guests, im-
mediately after which Mr. and Mrs.
Croom left on the Plant System train
for Savannah and other points.
After November first they will be at
home In Tallahassee.
The bride is an accomplished and
attractive young woman and has al-
ways lived in Ocala and made num-
berless friends here and elsewhere by
her charming manners.
The groom is a a son of Hon. Alonzo
Church Croom, state comptroller. He
formerly lived in Brooksville but now
lives in Tallahassee where he has a
posltioe In his father's office. He is a
young man of sterling qualities.
The out-of-town guests at the wed.-
ding were Hon. and Mrs. A. C. Croom,
of TUshamee, Mrs. L B. Sanders, of
Bemokville, and Mr. Benjamin Bell,
of Wayenss, Ga.
Tb"other guests present were Gen.
and Mr. Robert Bullock, Mr. Robert
A. Bsford Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs.
C Oray, Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Har-
ris. MIs arm E. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Crom were the re-
ietptets of very handsome presents
and upo their departure were show-
eed with rice, the hope of plenty, and
followed by the customary pair of old
abhew, the hope of ease, comfort and a
gond old age
DealM b sCaaRt be Carud
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is oniy one way te cure deaf-
nem, and that is by constitutional
renedkes. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachiau Tube. When
this tube i1 inflamed you have rumb-
ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deaftees is
the result, and unless the inflamma-
tion can be taken out an4 this tube re-
atored to its normal condition, hear-
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
ases out of ten are caused by Catarrh -
which is nothing but an inflamed con-
ditio of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollar.
for any case of Deaftees (caused by
catarrh' that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
late; free.
F. J. CHn~EY & Co., Toledo, O.
told by Dratists, T7c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ft.....BalaBBaa fora M~f^B


TH E S aMSONs eS seerAI

w -w w m.

So fhr a we have men every north.
ern newspaper condemns the south
for its disapproval of President Boose-
velt's example to obliterate the social
color line in the United States, and
the usual terms of reproach, such mw
ruffanism, barism, etc., are appli-
ed to the white citizenship of this see-
What else should we have expected ?
Has it not always been so?
Did not the northern press, almost
without exception, justify and ap-
plaud the sentiment of "placing black
heels upon white neeks?"
That was only a sentiment.
How has it been in reality?
There is no better way than to judge
a tree by its fruits.
When Sam Hose, a negro brute,
outraged a little three or four year old
white child, andafter committing the
fiendish crime, took it by its feet and
&ereilessly beat its brains out, what?
The outraged community seized the
brute and punished him in the way
--God's way, the way the Bible itself
says the wicked shall be punished-
and the result?
A cry of horror wet up from the
northern pe against the math for its
treatment of the brute-for Its display
of ruflianism and barbarlem-and not
a tear was shed, not a moist eye was
seen, not a word of sympathy nor sor-
row was spoken for the parents of the
little child, and its brutal outrage and
fieudish murder, produced no thrill
of horror!
If in a menagerie an animal should
escape from its iron eage and eeize a
little child from its mother's lap and
tear it limb from limb, men would go
frantic, and women would scream and
faint; but here we have a brute in hu-

man form that does this very thing

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and even worse, and the press of
north is mute, and only when


brute is slain it sends up Its cry of hor-
ror and maledietions against the
slayers and the whole aeotion in which
the tragedy occurs!
-sAlas-Uil hlWlMt at Sta-t Fair.
To All School Teachets sad 8 s.pate.ku.Lts:
Its the purpomeof the State Fair
management, among Its other moet
excellent features, to have a school
exhibit. It ia bellevei that such an
exhibit, showing the progre.. made
and being made, in the educational in-
statutions of the state, is as importMat
and will prove as interesting as the
exhibits showing the program made,
and being made, in shop, field and
The time for getting up this exhibit
is short, but if all county school super-
intendents and school teachers will go
instantly and zealously to work the
time is long enough to get together an
exhibit that will be entirely credita-
ble to the state.
The management hopes to see this


Leaders in Dry Goods.

New Line


From 98c to $3.98.

New Line


From 25c to $2.75.

New Line

LADIES' BELTS-Endless 'Varieties

New Line


From 50c to 84.00.

New Line


From $3.50 to $10.00.

Exclusive Sale



Exclusive sale

All exhibits tagged and directed to
4. George P. Healey, Maaner State
Fair, Jacksomvifl, l.L, will be tmm-
portd free by railroad or exprm
aSupernmdt W. N. meet. Dr.
W. P. Yoeum, Peo Tonm F. Mea mh
MNi cum Bm-M_ -and Mlm I
riam P aaer, a appeals Jvesaf
the exhibit and will diribut te
For partleulas me ftato hFar pre-
minm IL
Ch'm Satoe Fair ma al Dept.
Ad statepapesnme... esieeY
the above or make ome fbfadly ma-
ton of it.
Od SeOMier's pehae
M. M. Amstn, a civil war vetrM f
Winchester, Ind., writes. "My wi
was sick a long time, ia qpiAte ft -a
doctors' treatment, but was whdly
cured by Dr. King's New Life PNi,
which worked wonders for her health.
They always do." Try them. Only
25c at Garrett and Gerig's dra
store. 3


Dry Goods House.

Priestley's Dress Goods

Are Here

In Abundance.

The record made by Priestley & Com-

pany's English Dress Goods is an envi-

able one.

These fabrics

are of such

splendid quality, style and finish, they

have such a tong established reputation,

that the

higheet goal of many other

manufacturers is second place-the am.

bition tojturnf out the next best weaves.

Quality is a dominant thought of B.

Priestley & Co.

Wearers of high grade

fabrics fully understand 'that they have

just about the kst there is. You are

now offered first Ick from many new


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lU Stuffed Up
%at's the condition of many sufferer
brom catarrh, 'pcziaily in the morning.
Great difficulty !4 ex.fperienced in clear-
img the hwaI :: .:r ':.
No wond.' : "r: :.idache,
impairs the v:'-~. -:-*.' :.i.dl hearing,
poUutes tt. 1r...:, ;rr--.:s the stom-
isb and affects the appetite.
To cure catarrh, treatment must be
seMtnutional-slterative and tonic.
el was sflcted with catarrh. I took
m1as010 of different kinds, giving each
a UIr trial: but gradually rrew worse until
I eM hardly hear. tsste or smell. I then
em8RasN to try lH'.l's Sarsapaerlla. and
grW takbo five bottle! I was cured and
IeM at bed any return of the disease
"ltes. Er X PoMu. Lebanon. Kan.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
es catarrh-it mothe and strength-
ms the mucous membrane and builds
up tI whole system.

Mary bad a little lamp
*Tra filled with kerosene,
sa lit a match to near the lamp
Aad Mac &be's not be-uiae.
Mrs. C. J. Garret, of Leesburg, is
viWting in the city.

For children's good shoes at low
prices try II. Frost. 10-25-tf
Capt. John Inglis, of Port Inglis,
io a visitor to Ocala.
The young people will have a dance
at the armory tonight.
Mr. Edwin Johnson, of Atlanta,
was In Oeala during the week.
Mr. A. M Hilins, of Eleotr. is
new ivig in Oeala and has stall in
the market.
Yes should e the beautiful line of
dies' pes Just received at R. Frost's

aIm. William P. aisley was on the
etrets this week after an: illnesm of
over fe weeks.
Hoa. John E. Hartridge, of Jack-
soaville, was a prominent visitor to
the city Tuesday.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For sale
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. min
Mrs. L B. Sanders, of Brooksville,
is in the city. She came to attend the
Croom-Bell wedding.
Rev. Howard Dutil has been con-
ducting religious services at the Meth-
odist church every night during the
Mrn. R. Birdsey, jr. and little
daughter are home again after having
spent the summer in various places in
After expuoure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop
a cold if taken in time. Anti-Monop.
olo Drug B&ore. m
Msa. Jennie Hohenberg has return-
ad from 8elma and other places in
Alabams when she has been spend-
ing thesammer.
MIM Jede Owens, of Sparr, the
jecuy e t e yC n todeiote "
fair, was in Oeala durg the week
getting up exhibits for the-mr.
A noew remedy r balmma is new
on sale at the Aan ---ly r-ug
Stere. It is called femmlaistl'
omahand&Iaver T l It gives
quick ref and wiln prevent the at-
tak If given as soon as the first idl-i
cation of the disease appears. Price
26 cts per box. Samples free. ma
Mr. Henry Dunn was in town Wed-
nesday and says his grove at Citra is
looking as fine as possible and will be
hearing handsomely next sesin.
Mrs. T. L Melntosh, of LuraviUe,
spent yesterday in Oeala with ber
coana, Mrs. Frank Harris. She was
on her way to Lake Weir to visit her
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Williams.
When you have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after
eating you may know that you need a
dose of Chambelain's Stomach and
River Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sam.
ples free at Anti-Menopoly Drug
tore. m l

Col. 0. T. Green's report to Mrs.
Helen Wilmans upon the ruling of
the United States postal authorities
upon her case, is a nicely worded doe-
ment, in which compliment and lsw
are nicely knitted together. Mr.
Green is chivalry and grace itself.
When suffering from racking cough,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and
Tar. The soreness will be relieved
and a warm' grateful feeling and heal-
ing of the parts affected will Ie ex-
perienced. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. mn
Mr. Ed. Jettords, of this eity, who
h-* t-'ten working in H. B. Masters'
-tore for a number of years jai oine

seat ei mrs. Albertes Vegt.
The friends of Mrs. Vogt in this
city were inexpressibly shocked to hear
of her death which occurred at her
I home-"Rosebank"-near Dunnellon,
last tuesday. The cause of her death
was acute indigestion and was very
sudden. The remains were interred
Wednesday morning in the Vogt bur-
ial grounds, Levy county, Rev. T. a.
Armistead, of the Methodist church,
conducted the services.
Mrs. Vogt was a moseet estimable wo-
man, and her influence for good will
live long after her.
She was native of Alabama, was
married in early life to Mr. Louis
Anderson and by him had one child,
who grew to manbood in this city and
died at Ellaville of yellow fever in
1888 and who is still efectionately re-
mem bered.
Mrs. Anderson was married to Al-
bertus Vogt in this eity in 1887 and
their married life was an extremely
I happy one. The sympathy of the
community is:extended to Mr. Vogt,
in this, his sad hour of bereavement.
Whist Club Etertsited.
Miss Florrie Crook most delightfully
entertained the Young ladies' Whist
Club Wednesday afternoon at her
home on South Third street. There
were twelve guests present besides the
hostess. Delicious refreshments were
served by Miss Crook, assisted by her
sisters, Mrs. Crook and Mrs. Gerig.
The prime, a beautiful copy of Riley's
Love Lyries, was won by Miss Nellie
Miss Lulu Gary will entertain the
club next Wednesday.
Sae aiet Wew a Mask.
But her beauty was completely hid-
den by sore%, blotches and pimples till
she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then
they vanished, as will all eruptions,
fever sores, boils, ulcers, carbuncles
and felons from its use. Infallible for
cuts,.icorns, burns, scalds and piles.
Cure gwnrnteed. At Garrett and
Gerig's; 25e. 3
ULibrary Raffle.
Last Saturday night the beautiful
poppy centerpiece that has been on
exhibition in the window of the Post-
ofice Drug Store for several weeks
was Iraffled for the Public Library.
Mr. Max Rich, the popular Savannah
drummer, was the winner. The
numbertof his chance was 24. The
piece was worked by Mrs. Gamsby
and presented to the library by Miss
Louise Gamsby, the popular libra-

Te Cere a eol tis Oe Be1y
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, ANldruggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's sit-
nature is on each box. 2e. 1

Married, at the home of her brother,
Dr. Fred Brown. In Key West, on
OtL 1i, Mrs. Jennie Joheanon to Mr.
J. Iehbeaeimt, of Havana, Cuba.
Mrs. Johanson formerly lived in
als and has a number of friends
here who will be interested in te*
news et bermauag.
noM amto Per su p thr masl
bf amd feer isI a bottleef
msWO Tmtelem Chill Tooe. It in
simply sad m quit e in a t asteles
form. No cure-no pay. Price 0c.
Sells Ils Sie.
Mr. The. R. Gary has sold his fine
registered Jersey bull to Mr. Robert
Beskin of Anthony. Mr. Gary las
purchased another ine animal and
my punaerh at the Savannah fair
one of the fine Herefords advertised
in this paper.
Steps t he6 egh sad WOts o the

laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold in one day. No cure, no
pay. Price 26 cents. +
A Sew Trial Orated.
Mr. Raymond B. Bullock has just
received information that the supreme
court has reversed the judgment of
the court below and granted a new
trial to Nicholas P. and Robertson

Fort Myers, Punta Rassa, and the
Manatee section are soon to hear the
neigh of the iron horse-the messen-
ger of speed and progress. In conse-
quence that whole region is donning
its best bib and tucker and is radiant
and happy.
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
Rev. Char'st M. Foray, rector Grace

II *'T *1

You Are Standing


Your Own Light

If You Fail to

To the Ladies:

Each year's experience raises the
standard in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear

Garments, and,

realizing this, we

have this year secured for our cus-
tomers the latest and smartest styles
to be had. These garments are well
made, of the very best materials, and
we are selling them at remarkably
low figures. We have them in large
quantities, and therefore can guaran-
tee a perfect fit. This line includes
CAPES, for ladies, misses and chil-
dren. Every article is a bargain at
the extremely low price we ask.






Read This!

To the Gentli

Our stock of Men's
Ready Made Clothing fo
and Winter season far sur
thing in this section as
Style, Variety and LOW P
if you are in the market
suit of clothes we can tit
prices that will astonish
can fit every one-the tall
low man-the fat man-th
-and last, but not always
hard-to-please man. See o
No trouble to show them t




i Marion Opera House Block, Southeast Corner
1 LL ILL 11 iLL i LL t a t i L L A L Am LLALiLU iLIAUALAA i jA

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

The next regular semi-annual meet-
ing of the medical examining board
of the fifth district of Florida will be
held at the Oeals House, Ocala, Mon-
day November 20th, 1901. Session will
begin at 2 p. m. Ozo. E. WmnH,
N. L. ReyeMds.
One door north of city market. Will
pay the highest prices for all kinds of
farm produce, such as vegetables,
poultry, eggs etc. Give him a call. 82tf

At the Savannah Ga., state fair,
Nov. 6 to 16, also at Valdosta' Ga.,
fair, Oct. 29 to Nov. 2, Thbre
willU be S head of asei-
For sale at the above hir. Now Is
the time to do away with the scrub
cattle of Florida by crossing on the
best beef cattle in theworid. Florida
can rate as good cattle as any country
on earth, but you must have the blood
to do it. A good bull will more than
pay for himself in one season, and
you will cut your scrub blood half
Into, by using good bulls.
Forest, Miss.

E. P. Thagard. Tax Collector, in Account with
Marion County-19oo Taxes.
County Schools-
Sept 2. Uncollected............... $1093 S
Treasurer's receipt 45 o00

Oct. 4, Balance uncollected....
County Proper-
,Seat 2. Uncollected
Treasurer's receipt..................

Oct. 4 Balance uncollected ......
County Roads-
Sept 2. Balanuc uncollected
Treasurer's receipt........
Oct. 4, Balance uncollected......
County Fi-ie and Forfeiture-
Sept.2. Balance uncollected .
Treasurer's receipt .....

Oct 4. .Balance uncollected .
Poll Taxes -
Sept 2. Balanuc uncollected .....
Treasurer s receipt........
to-t. 4. balance uncollected ......
County Buitldingv-
S'cvtt i Balanun c un lect ...
'rca-uier s receipt .....

10o48 80

523 49

$ 223 49
537 92
- 487 92-
S54 01
$ 5C

5 s~c..

A Good Foundatiom
Meamn comfort, peace ant healhb.
The blood can't ihreulate through
poor feet ramped sad pinched into
tight shoes or es bo of umat ral
shape. The feetHuer from cor and
buniono and the elaiash circulation
affects the entire bealth.
We sell shoes that are shaped like
the homan foot, but yet whb* re mta
an air of elegance and style. Cm.
portable shoes are not neeemrily uly
--not so at all, if you cormeber.

oMth bide of thequae. Oml, l.


A Few Dargamam
While They law.
One large Cabinet Orn, fl
la order ............ 100 00
One Ltandard Blue Flame Oil
Stove, two burners, with
oven, only ......... 500
One three-burner Blue Flame
Oil Stove, good order, :no
oven ........... ... 4 50
One Improved Blue Flame Oil
Stove, new, two burners,

no oven .......... .........
One chest Carpenter's Tools,
complete, a big bargain at
Lot new Hat Racks, S4 25 to
Lat Mowing Scythes, cheap.
We have always on hand

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in uew and seond hand Furniture of
all kinds. You will oio well to call on
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and Boy's
or the Vall

RICE. and
for a nt'w
you out at
you. We
man -the
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i least. the
ey're right'
o you.

TO Provn IT.


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Black Dress Goods

ar showing this season is without parallel.
T~ largest, most beautiful, most complete line
e exhibited in Ocala-the very newest things
ot a Sbmtopohe, Repsling, Satin, Prunellas,
*ia finished Solids, Sharkakin, Granite and
Venetian Suiting, Parollers, Fancy Crepons, Plain
awd Fancy Brilliantine and Cicilians, Serges,
Chwviots. Melrose, Silk Warped and all Wool
Henarittas. etc.. and all grades and prices.

Jackets and Capes

Ladiue'. Misses-* and Childrens' Jackets and
Caig.N-all grades and prices. Swellest Fall Styles
and material, some are plain tailored, others beau-
tifully trimmed. Don't fail to see these
fon* purchasing elsewhere.

Rainy Day Skirts
Pretty line. good values, made of choice and
the latest materials in black and navy with white
stripes gray brown, etc., prettily made up, perfect
ftting. from ?.0o to 6.4)0. See our colored un-
denkirts in merzered silk from S1.25 to $3.50 *


Housing values in Knit. All Wool, Fleeced and
Mixed Inderwear. Our Fall and Winterstock of
thew- goods were selected with a view of pleasing
all of men. women and children.

Flannelettes and Outings
Hil %to-k. imtost beautiful colors in plain and
fancy '.. :. %. 1 I *!. I .' and ls

Great Values

In Dress Goods!
We present this season an array of values: in
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 Band and
Stripe Waisting, Granite Suiting. Whipl Cord,
Plain and Striped Cheviots and suiting for ladies'
skirts, Herrenbone Venetian, Corded, Metalic,
Pann and and Plain .Velvets in all ,colors,
French and G3rmmn Flannels] and Challies for
Waists .,in Persian, Plain, and Stripe effects,
dobe.fadce 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.

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.

i 1


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

Dress Trimmings

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

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 [them.


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

All grades bleached and, unijeached, from -4jc
up. See our yard-wide unbleached at '5c. Best
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

lrsr4 ni n-tnrpwq fnr V2Ji1P

Cnme in and make our store vour headquarters.


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Ad4ftrw L*Oey bsobeen cling for
%eta Ho.tor. Lwff ~(Lflwhat he ba*
Doesc"lIng tr-
it ha. takem Admiral S&*dey a Linl,,*
~or to wbti; Ih* Aaeri4-sn rDavy
:has ;t 4dad t Whip the s~imaish,. bta
the job a &.-co :o afish
Team* paperp my that the ea
!IWto '-b.'k the 5f-m have proved:

It mid tb dotHearya Watt,?IVAmi*1
ambliufm to c* gwvrtmar of Kem-:
tacky. Whatever this f COU4Ke-s
tuekian wan: nto, z t orate pfly
bmU be o~vvo him. He bw lhn
bogpy lb Inp~rUtan sa ne print.

sosEYILTSs amS~n3

Had PftieskLI PBmwieltefma1de a

tl'Cr Of the V.~thou S tal a &f4Metight
sr.- there woald hAre been nM.'h
2-tir, cade #4 hem. NO nan W;)ca

(7OMM~trtcee6-n eev Ky.IWU 1nk
hanaet wrmqW have been appDcinted to;
mee tbal pcrAr bosom were sb~wn
bun; e~lgnuc Oeaw mwould have
been made aboat him andhis notie
southern anme.Uy. He wIja bare

been weleaoed With aying dar War-

f")w brnw bands, and the beautifuL,
Sovely Wemems of thie tooth wMw
bave *trtwn &wm sak"W Meh pub-
Were he to rkit Mhe .crah to-ay r-%
reet~a'-e newv*pap~rwo" z& maz
Q4fct of' bi c*Miz. NtO eowmn
wookl be appAawtedto F~*~
ce"4 rDva* Vjvu4iuwwand a few v-5*
v-,ookl-zcwhjie -mez. c-acDo wt;-i4*xa.*-
of wwe-aJ dmir.,uon nor .san& szgo wI,:

bere and there. pprtiapi a few wi'a-
ezcelioa. w puld tideii..Zt .
weicome. Ithewbale p"Vit c a
Sot~h wE~1d *how him w nmo lx

e4 th d a Phi nwheels W-- -- -- CmW~W~
durbag the AhKads" of &be Clocafder-l but wouW bhms b mbbar wt fpd air- *Wee is -ut srm
ec.___differenc. and durue ho m wegandam vvW um'* z"i-,r mttag bkt s
The tml death of Mr. J. CQ N~at, mk Ow md mm atof Ihay hm. haw# bom =a&a pubtapsaI inan
meU asme e y, rmovsfrom the Come Veel, cmeva, the ~w ite Inchr O tha wiSome the whale-
b* of aW afu maof lift eole.1bemah maiprema --

OMPW mdDr. N b ad tepee- o bmmb 6&gn mai~mbenvd waot escam *and in too-
na ftd, bbhile h I n vow the may t dea andof the f moth WT
SN4 bft I teft=sy ft & mApail of barmom opt*Ampy deivw'ethe fate that be ha
bow e Un or of -p t mthe awping aiLim &! a* ews.. 60me m We bame ea mm Usty of
$bleat e of hi. .oflagm hisin- W wetesmb oemb~om at %Lmimdac o
aglow Wmwidely kMsin -mayap.W o' od L.; 4mth* mih. betit 'iuletn
Joun~Ia.L fthawgot %be cemtry. for as owr
The Jof imset Prugrupbera" USidtS is adm ad j twwe ww-. sm Fr.pem &ad m lbm own awui
b me esinit be"at. p w'e do not camapeemmi w ami4Ef Nrgmuckof 5den@IC~hZCe ew4&AY
P~iatRome"" is 144 only nWar stand, mndk im twiI 4the in m ls 9 (9 everyr7 w&epanof the
sqoftd. ba% t leaim bind.,WA td tv% 4m s G __ weamy with Sew c*V Uom 4w the
Pno~kt Rdxmwek-a Goirgia an- jloaf b"-h =Gb h~xttW hey vththe4-at. wflie
cobssootto be alowed the jWeiv- fl4Lthis*Ekwjca A acukmaI Pre~dent PRow telsto':.
keg.of dinyiag it if they oft L __ _b..~ I
-asafttshe km jeamL na lwas dy Is *i a. awr-lvo lw awex- A Dow Ss"-r
a.give him ha cmssU am a" td- H~is a myisery why wmam eadure
P ateekm. b ..-
The *Z- i* 4 Mf- fmvii *1-

Wbi& b-mi5Becefw ao about A
be M~gb aim how 0givesthemet
wto nabove w**
to a IISO todiall"m.

~em isviq dets wdomet. W* ani a
Oldftofdoo-aiw__- tuidea

ha dim wkh ieptint ibb-

of bte Ga hbn ob aomw

aimd at by to Mve out a

ed be wsm I -Jbs wk r
poc t a he emo-d is o w-M
aiw hse.b

Zeury sams inls the=60WWil 'a
do whlta, now thma .me .ofthdr
Soo edrInW hd lbs MIMqeof ems&
Mg lgdo -mto thw v dolra. -
doo bo-l. The mu iw n
baewwor 4 -ovbd s log
w ma Mo r. Nvmwaik~mI
Saft e t hIothe fbm


The w-vm on bavtv acawiand
bw ji Kle,:. to gat tirtgb
got. has noDo suvgh ~t r faz=w
tWe He sub ts1o bae t: to be alooe.
omof sight adsm of everybody.
What a &ffrewe ~bet'seen teca
-and the ha:ITh. hea-,r all. who
~u m ujibmhs dtFii-enand ridts hi-
1Uomghi beb' to -BEans1v roms,-
Whe aksthe t'i:ferencel
dimaw oithe somch vv4T gm
eutm ipesdt'm~e and rt nivsyste
Dr. Piermes G--4dem Mcdx:CaL tV-'c~r
ewes is 4 dwes* 4v the and rotl W2-
these d~seise-4 av c-Le-d the bindr-ance t.-.
the W.- ~e othe t"4:
re=<;%vA.and ~cres back gL

60"- emom ol*any MOM&as emtb
now esr lmeem who mea,.
To @guavaft wwe- do& ily,
a" so smpo kaineadbeudim
mmlwitfr =ehwM t*ta b. ed-
ed UI goa tbwhias n
Whma be hm pme fathe amoth

of b a~mndmem in mesim
Sa ashod bb 1 anmw dm.

ON if =*" hea b b aJrn.
ritf&be hm bew m owethto miMs
60 meiPWc d t b

dwownadi wan im
(Patol ofbe ift c&i a

* ad the pmava bet ininm OW
vwitaly of bm he inowo a
ownc pOWiy m~ baghpmtmw~era roki
mm join to~-.d andis

Let the rueial duisticto mand cot-
Son God bh ensed remain forever a
be haj erected them.eeb cme workingg
out its own deauay and ist own l.rva-
blon in the light and according to the
ipirauson He has given them.

ThMe Presisftt s'ep ite sa lei..
President Boosevet's opinion of the
proper social relations of the two racfs
is his own affair, but in dem.oaDwsrring
Shis contempt for the color line which
the great majority of hi felow citi-
I eir: regard as proper and indelible be
ha made one o' those blauders
that are more deleteriouz in their ef-
fee,' than many an offeuee against
4atatoery law would be.
The people r.f the wscth who had
warmed up to Pri-adelit ROx.evelt
Sbave had the:r feeling rasp*d by him
ar*d the meAsur: .f the admiration
,'nd symatbhy whi-h they were ex-

SAW dixq -pe~ wbew tbomw~b hew
- edthat a miue Bittuwr wUlu
quikly c icure leb Wmbidm. mf.
feted Ow yeam with kidmey twuuble,"
wvrinmew J' be~e Cbmeroy. of PNir
NIL Is., -MAa b hme bek paned me
soI ewdd aft & Wyuui.bat See-
tui Mims wboly cared mme, and.
alsbefh -3 yeift oIld I Dow am am4e
to do a&U my mvinmk.", It o'wr
~s imgrws, m Spp
Um~ gtvw pmfml bmhb.. Only St*
Gat 4r and 00 1g..
Feefto m Me bsiWkt.

-OMO of wbse we all mty well
be wnm& LIt ow de--ml.eftku&d
bad amly waimd W wismy to held
tbr Obw I. m namid write their
pbbein, they wead indeed hean
bo;h day bsefe yasailmy P1~
d~ es e56fag sdme
Bqkw TI. W impzgon. a uvmep s
3me of the coied ace and all em~r
the eomtry lthe re W--m~ifestaxi
or rwabedqieer-uan
A uu'we" he upL J. C. hk
Rie-rm S&hmL Pruatytown, W. V.
other adver1imd cougb mwdiinms we
bime decde to we Foey's Honey
and Tar ezemWdey in the West VI,.
ginia Reform &bcol. I And it the
am'u effemti', and abslutely bar=-
lem An ti-Monopoly Drug $oc.




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the tZ002 0314braw twzbums sa ze taer-
vevw". reaor'e The r c Ut .a!:- 4 -vtxag~s ke
pink er-t aw .e ckeeks &-a ~makes''. .a.
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hI It is not claimed that Foey's
m Hoaney and Tar will m e C

sumption or Asthma l advanced

stages; it holds out o s ia
hopes, bat does truthfully dcla
always give comfort ad rei tim

very worst cases ad th early
stages to effect a cure.

BANNER SALVE Is a hamfg wiw.

For sale br Anti-Monopoly Drug MS o



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The Jug and Ke Trade ade a 8&ee twire.

eI des ea usmesame. hbe s bns lb eme I go *
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bISem v 16:W to 1keep hiS' rskftruw
bee mdv*6 b
tn irmtaxing %be *xatb be bos W~~

tb* (&mt~rrv. He ba-Z $04 Ax,'

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The tMN =kV*e r4~
muy *Bandpvw~~~ver
asthe mowi v r%*v- M *t bo#

in the besm1m i va'wa
&mm ltv ow-us qwkYi-'.A -4*sm

ed tti' Arvwt*)f %9L*v

I*Tw,4 trv~vll Pzzt mrV

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T w 5 51 j*355)hnjhy~CMtagious.
09A p.-p. awemd ub&def~ut. miv. I!un't be
um mm% imr v* cunAiva4uer ~aall exte~rnal
mom #4tiN dwr 4twohave d mvuyL amn
tine2.ti a ae nllManyprt.
mm, bheIwa ,mmm.lwiwth VMewiaurv sat.
PS .M6 f*W metior 7401 .d r~
snow yd 4 Is uuemolmtentoot
*A-" m w m uly coyestlup -
sit m-- ami INVe from the

-mnes. imr n orand d0w1st in
ftm ow w he kiahmlby *is 1leath.
w msm. Ourname sowPaimonmis..o

mm= Oftmemm 's, im ='-,.
m 46 me orGlw nbisin- m

to ati g ats s
Ilk ft thhrtueoni36
ml, masly um.m
OWN amd I&. stdih ml-im
A ~ thei. Wu_ iml ffctl
aw681T buft uft for 1bth ku

e~w t eddne t ut f heb Aandal

states. contains n1W
imalr to bmek down
&up~ ucosm~tutmen: it i
jwg@&ft = the only blood pun.-
Who s's theOW o.4 and
- -bmiluftegmu
4rvn mNotobush as
.min w cOmplWWWudOe"A r
mmemmmimmo. it sonay faly ols all
Ag ib ige. but Mis, bm to cume
am bw. t is f'm ad umul
haubof400ON making 0
fe n srO

~ -#W mSwiss0"6"

lor r la.l 1
Tbw ard of Public lastruction in
and ftr Martee ematr. florida. met
the. deis a regular sioam. with the
wive "mn s mebewrprowat Gt s
Ans 4iarmeas. R a llt &ad R I
"4ol ONum of at me ting w.-re'
remd aad asrev da A pettMPon iigged
bh a ienwy mieb Iof patrons. asking
ten a sr sl at the Wet Mills. about
w i elleks wat of Smmserseld. was
rMad but os aruent of the location
"agis t Aeiss thea threr mltes of the-
i"h <4lOak swe1a the petition wa
A meer of applrattems wer* tin
faw a rwien of salary and after irv
mabte tW naremr s all that in the
eamm at of the bwrd it was adjusted
m dagte.e a@fobewl resiutie was
pimmo mted. that theb heard will
S*asi de salary of as teacher In
Ihe cem wiirln th.ab resaider of
the am of 1 and m e 2.
Tbr 1 aIOn oreverse that
t < ale m one Obet a mmty were
smems weth beltar propmcts
tamm at Im with a the elst Ae
vem t wa eothm a townem utsuthe
as Is t ss than ever better
asmw Or mvtlle and kch-
w -as sm -- that they all had path
oi Mtnest Iw da sat baerd s.
s abv m aMnd te -e Afor
b@ i up Sr term. the beardo
s mm an masemtles w toreacf t fhe

sm ed hssts. a -d ps-ted
th* i NMs tm aNtrs to 11l the
pb m M31ss Ame Msseom at Dn.
tan.s Mnss wameNo at Orange
SMiss Mmde Nm. Mesr at
-S Miss P,-mase Marlow
we ae gpord that the Aathomy
S so sa o anrl w ae M at ay werea p-

1.a 1w thef ou* the
N eo" Was re-ased. as the board
0110ie md was nmt to large

me at 11W g1 1" upilsft ao at on
hetg ee .that the Dommello
lma hlbad tremade SW10 the tnr1 .

bo a, a nd NK ~ m-Ae sRhoo
bw Ml S aS e Ie up pf rthe
""N"y iememm ad thema the smper-
wo w wgrd tbat tl emsuell me t
womied Ivery ibay reach To. the erll-
=tM- taWrso at mly 40.
epse o 1. wntteo.r Msad .M.-
w ee treu s iof the Ocala sptial
'he (h-alma w mr. vame belbr the
ta anpst rwapted that the Ocata

fe and 0&thatthe sches house was
we Iarse- enejise to seat near all of
1, asm-eters &ad asked the board to
satkm them to e.-rc the armory If
lte eased and mo% e 04(egrade from
thw hgh shmool tsmtidsea to thew arWory
%4qarv t. ussatun of th. matter te re-.
Mv i ft swrlo*na ssupervimor of
she- .rhan tendered hit%
,w"isets a teto ha ara-epted. and
the sew en.'
Th. folle, legr.wder was passed ret-



Salve to the special tax school dis
Resolved. first. That the Board of
Public Instruction of Marion county
Florida. will advance no money out
of the general county funds to pay
hills and accounts of the special dis-
i tricts. That whenever a special dis
trict is short of funds and it is neces-
wary for expenses to continue or to be
( rated. the trustees of such districts
are required to arrange with some
hank. firm or individual to pay all
warrants on their special tax district
at face value and hold such warrants
until there is money in the treasury
of the special district to pay the same.
That the Board of Public Instruction
will assist the trustees of any district.
If desired. In case the trustees ale al-
lowed to create a debt, to make such
aa array gement with some bazk. firm
or 6dIvidual.
Resolved, second. That the board
will draw no warrant unless a bill or
request is signed by as many as two
trUtes, eept for teachers' salaries,
which the board will pay when the
teacher's report Is properly signed by
eiter the chairman or the secretary
of the trustees.
Resolved. third, That before a war-
rant Is drawn on any special tax dis-
trict a bill which shall be a voucher
for drawing the warrant, shall be filed
with the county superintendent set-
ting forth the item or items for which
such warrant is to be drawn.
Resolved. fourth. That the treasu-
rer is required to make a separate re-
port on a separate blank from that of
the county's report each month for
each special tax district. Said report
Hall state the amount received and
the amount paid out and the balance
on hand for each district separately.
Resolved. fifth. That the superin-
tendent be required to make this re-
port a part of the minutes of the board
and the publication of the same to be
a mnoate to the trustees of the several
districts, as to the financial condition
of their districts.
The secretary called the attention
of the board to the fact that the out-
standing warrants are now-including
the treasurer's report now in hand
and before the ordering of this
moth'a ssIe-only $510, the lowest
by far f r many years, and If all the
special distrtbt accoats were settled
ln ftll for mooey advanced them, that
there would not be a dollar of out.
stadinl indebtedness against the
Treasurer's report was examined
and approved, showing total receipts
of $399.22: disbursed during math,
$247.70. Balance in treasury, $148.52.
Reports and accounts amounting to
$2157.45 were examined, found coPr
rect and ordered paid by warrants on
the county treasurer.
There being no further business, the
board adjourned to meet the first Mon-
day In November. W. D. Cam,

st Neppe n ag *rog Store.
"One day last winter a lady came to
my drMg store aid asked for a brand
of cobh medicine that I did not have
is stoie," mp Mr. D. R. Orandin, the
popular drungitt of Ontario, N. Y.
"1he was disappointed andtwanted to
koew what cough preparation I could
re semenod. I amid to her that I
could feely recommend, Chamber-
hMl's Co)gh Remdy and that she
eldM take a bottle of the remedy and
er giving it a fair trial if she did
met dad It worth the money to bring
bak the. bottle and I would refund
the prie paid. In thecouree ro a diay
or two tie lady come hack its "em-
poay with a friend in need of a .-onuth
medicine and advis-,- her ito Iuy a
bottleof Chamberlain's CouhlW Reme-
dy. I comelder that a very irsont ree
msmewnantlon for the re-nedy It is
for sale by Anti-Maonopwlv Drug
Morre. mI

Ur. LeoWs Eplamatla.
MARTEI., FLA., Ort. 1*. 1901.
To the ditor of the Oclia Banner:
As errnouousM e-oenlusions iut i .opiu-
lome developed In u-cmderiung xertaiu
ntolutiols Aled 1.* use with th- count
ty coaelmsiomersat their tplej't- nwr
meeting to lie over one momth and be
publshed In the Banner and itar so
am to give notice to the people of the
feunty of their purport, thereby giv-
ng them soan opportunity to appear
before the county coaumissioners and
object to any objectionable feature, or
mipst any amendments deemed ad-
veilte, I ask space in your valuable
paper to correct some of these' COU
cluni4on stand opinions.
Iit the first place I will state t;s ;
we-il established maxim that no t: -
t.-rprite- or tmupinut ca n lie uccese-
f(lly carried on without system and
rule and regulations to conduct it

he tWuilding of macadamieied or
isiaproved roads lby county conimis-
.tsoners had the endorsement of the
slate denjot-ratic convention in Jack-
woiville last year, was commended by
6(overnor Jegtaings in hit message to
our iegieglature this year, acd that
lei'-Nlture ity a statuary law legahlize
the :;ets ,1 e'unlrty comuaiisiners
tir Utli'ouI the state in whlit they
Itml a4line in 'la;t direction, b>utl lia le
no ipr'vi-ioin f, r a mode of jr c'(Iure
in t li- .Ent iiualtu Ce of colstructitng
., It li sul-.. All. "tbi s- *e lii ingly leaviing
l w.. !,' ;r" n:; t( r ;41 tlit" (I>. *. uc r iii iz-a-si-itr thllirugh.l
ut it, .s' t wi hat iruit- tai.4
.. .. .A.. I in. tr e i eMar', to ftort-e

deem proper, so as to enaoblithe ecow
mitaskners in the immediate future to

act utou a tIbasis that was in harmony
t with the masses of our people.
When tihe day and hour came to
- consider these resolutions, delegations
from three electric districts appear-
ed with oral and written protests
against the adoption of said resolu-
1 ions, not on the grounds of a want
of general utility and adaptability to
the necessities of the masses of the
people at large throughout the county,
but on the grounds of conflicting
opinions that are almost universally
developed by the people of different
neighborhoods in chartering any pub-
lic road of importance. I would re-
speetfully submit that the rule of
courtesy that is accorded the opinion
of a county commissioner as to local
matters In his district, that does not
affect the people of the county at
large, does not apply in questions that
ft@eet the people at large of the
c unty.
I reaffirm that county commission-
e.s are the servants of the people, but
who are the people? Is a divided peo-
pie of one tenth of the election dis-
tricts of the county the people, or does
it take a majority of all the people of
the county to represent the sentiments
of the people? I will venture the as-
sertion, based upon information
deemed reliable, that a majority of
the people of five out of eight election
districts that constitute the fifth coun-
ty commissioner's district are in favor
of the resolutioLs in question, and had
my friends, the "old war horses" of
Anthony and Citra used half the ef-
forts in support of said resolutions
that they usl against them, there
would not have appeared before the
county commissioners a single dis-
senting voice against them, from those
To the few constitutional grumblers
and fault finders of the county I would
respectfully recommend that they
study and learn the meaning of an
old time maxim: "Evil is he who
evil thinks."
In conclusion, without discussing
the merits of the resolutions under
consideration, I desire to say that they
or something better is absolutely nec-
essary, and if any man or body of
men will submit something better I
will give them my hearty support.
I have no axe to grind, no debts to
pay. or s Ifish ends to subserve.
H. W. Lose,
Mrs. T. Briddleman, of Parshall-
ville, Mich., was troubled with salt
reum for thirteen years and bad tried
a number of doctors without rellet
After two applications of Banner
K.llve her hands beeam better and in
a Rhortitime she was entirely cured.
Beware of substitutes. Anti-Monop.
oly Drug I tore. m





For Fall Wear.
The good we have
provided for t he
making of fall coe-
S tumesought to be a
pleasures to the la-
dies of this city
There a such a
wealth of rich, warm
colors, and such a
variety of grades.
Every priesis up to
the highest possible
standard forth. price
but. :-mm. pries are not so high as
teekng Time.
There must be plenty
of stockings in the
wardrobe-some heav-
i.-r ones for wefar on
:hose chilly autumn
lays. We have abun-
dlance of quality here,
a ,,d a variety of prices
uk ie ih will enable every
woman to buy just.
what she wants in the
..way of hosiery. The

tstroit-p will 'eir ex --llhently.

Real -Lae or Plain.
SIn our lineof hand-
kerehiefs we made as
road a selection as
possible. Our care
was especially given
i to real linen hand-
kerchiefs, both plain
Sand with lace trim-
ruiling. We have a
beaut iful hem. ti tlted
hand K-rchief-co o d
1i i e n too-which

, ij [le. lots of of their

re v

Call and Examine

Our Boy's


We have them in great varieties-the latest styles-at the lowest prices.
MenP ('s)l W rUomted NiSUt at 1.50 : fine all wool suits at S18 50;
a good suit at $4.00; Pants, 74c and upwards; Fine Felt Hats $1




All at prices to suit the times at

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To grow trong. UnkS- we tget
good meat we may as well let.
it alone. There is no strength
in tourb meat -itead of iW.
ing, it takes aneagt o diest
it. It p~o to be he tAdbiat
buying .t-is-bv- awe t i

Pay a little morelf need band
put somehblig In your stomach
which will put 8mb on your
bones and strong blood in your

talls k and 4 City Market, Moal, F.



Sash8 and Doors,

Farming Tools,





GAINESVILLE, PLA.. september at. 19of.
We. the under.isZned. truck growers of Gainesville and vicinity, hereby certify that we have
,o,,ght -eed of all kinds from Dr. T. P. Thomas. and that all seeds sold us htire give general sat-
isfac:ion. We know Dr. Thomas to be a business man and a gentleman, and all of our deatinrs
with him ha- been n!easant and satisfactory Wte cherrtully recommend him to auvone wantina

For sale exclusively by 4


) McGrath's Depot for Imported and Domestic Wines, 4
Liquors, Beer and Cigars.



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We live by our blood, and on.
it. We thrive or starve, as
our blood is rich or poor.
There is nothing else to live
on or by.
When strength is full and
spirits high, we are being re-
freshed, bone muscle and brain,
in body and mind, with con-
tinual flow of rich blood.
This is health.
When weak, in low spirits,
no cheer, no spring, when rest
is not rest and sleep is not
sleep, we are starved; our blood
is poor; there is little nutri-
ment in it.
Back of the blood, is fo. -,
to keep the blood rich. \\WkI.:
it fails, take Scott's Emulsion
of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the
whole body going again-man
woman and child.
If yne hav not tried it. .end for free -tinple.
i* agft blr tatre will .urpri-. you.
SCOTT & BOWNE, t hmists
0"413 Pearl Ftreet. New York.
.ac. and $i ,.. all druggits..



domo ten years after the war all
OeMwotn was startled by the report of
asattempted amuilt upon the wife of
em of the most prominent men in the
&S"-The lady was retaining late
ev from a videt to a neigh-
b-da bmeM Ad in oader to shorten
the dmmme home went through an
alley. A ydc negro spr un upon
her fem a stable door. This happen-
peed ita a lge city.PeNople were
dead. 8ueh a thing as even distrust
oft er groes in those days were on.
Not log afterwards in a prosperous
country town a poor white girl of fif-
teen was assaulted by a hunchback
negro dwarf. Threats of death, fear
and shamnei kept the girl; silent. It
happened again and she died.
Ctrimne like theselwere not publish-
ed in the papers iu those days. They
were told in whispers with bated
Again in a plantation home two
girls were sleeping:' together. They
were awakened at midnight by a hor-
rible odor in the room-it was unmis-
takable: nothing but a negro ever
smelt like that. They called to their
father, who was sleeping near. Pres-
ently the stairsteps creaked, a woolly
head was seen creeping past the win-
dow and a pair of brogan shoes were
found on 'the back porch next morn-
ing. T rair was at the time treat-
ed more as a joke.
"It was some old darkey out forag-
ing," they raid.
Bet they no doubt think differently
Hundreds of similar cases could be
cited, but everybody knows how it be-
gan, and how it has gone on. until
now no newspaper can be picked up
without some horrible affair of the
kind staring one in the face.
Men of the south! Have you ever
stopped to think of the far-reaching
effect this crime is having "on our
country? Do you realize that one rea-
son why education is advancing more
rapidly among negroes than among
the white is because of this enme?&
In the faratng districts the small
children amd girls cannot go to school
unless preseMd by large boys, and
the large bys at certain seasons of the
year are eompeled to stay at home in
order to help with the work, and
oftentimes must quit school alto-
gether. For this reason the white
ehools in the rural districts are closed
a great part of the year, while the
colored schools go on unmolested.
Again, consider how our towns and
cities are being enclosed by a circle of
colored settlements: how our beauti-
ful suburbs are haunted by the "black.
shadow;" how our laboring men can-
not buy and build their homes where
land is cheap, but must rent in the
heart of the city for fear of this "black
shadow" which is worse than a fu-
neral pall.
As to-lynehinpgs, why they would be
all right if'the right man was always
caught. We should have no com-
panction at seeing a brute of this kind
hot without trial than atUseeln a mad

is both-one that is being quietly dis
cussed by thinking people north a
well as south-a remedy that is ap
proved by students of wjciology, b
scientist, by preachers and philanthro
pists, and one that sooner or late
must be taken up by our rulers an(
law-makers, and that remedy is th
srgeo t's knife.
At the last session of the Georgig
legislature a bill looking to this en(
was introduced.
The man who has the courage t6
advocate the free use of the surgeon'
knife in cases where Identificaton i
not certain will do more towards set
tling the race problem than all th4
theories, all the colleges, and all th
millions, of dollars that have beeu
lavished upon the negro by his wel
meaning Mends of the north.
'lie white man and the negro ca
hot be governed by the same rules
What appeals to the white man'i
sense of decency and morality, thai
no effect upon the negro. A diftereni
code of ethics, as well as law, is re
quired to meet the present state o
affairs at the south. Hence, the
"grandfather clause" in some of th<
disfranchisement acts recently passed
Rudyard Kipling tells a story of a
Frenchman living in Africa, who had
a tame, educated orang-outang, whici
he called Bimi. llimi was very useful
loved histmaster and did his bidding
Kipling describes.him as having "blue
gums" and the "half of a man's soul
in his belly, and he thought he was a
The story ends with a tragedy. The
Frenchmen returned home one even-
log and found his wife's door locked.
He searchedand found the low thatch-
ed roof of her room broken open-
there lay her clothing torn into
shreds, strewn over the blood-stained
floor, but the woman was gone. Her
mutilated body, cold In death, was atf-
terwards found on the lonely sands,
and Biml was playing with a wisp of
long fair hair clotted with blood. Then
the Frenchman became a madman
and with his bare hands tore Blmi
limb from limb. Kipling was writing
of Africa, but the same thing happens
in America every day.

Shall we let our Bimis roam at large
while we wait centuries for the slow
process of evolution, although assisted
by education to do its work?
Shall we continue to look upon the
sickening orgies of burning at the
stake, which do more harm than
good, while a better remedy,ilies with-
in our reach?
These questions are left for the de-
fenders of womankind in the south to
ponder-A Georgia Woman in Atlan-
ta Journal.
A puny child is'always an anxiety
to the parents. There seems gener-
ally no. reason why the little ones
should be weak when It is so well fed.
But the fact is that it does not matter
how much food the child takes if the
stomach cannot extract the nourish-
ment from it. No benefit can; be de-
rived from just eating. That is thiv
condition of many a sickly child.
The stomach and organs of digestion-
and nutrition are not doing their wor k
andjthe body is really starving. It i-
littleluse to give fish foods, like .-.di
liver.oil or other emulsions, in su,-h a
ease, because these also have to I'-
digested; they may lighten the stone -
ach's labor but they don't strongthb a,
it. Strength is what the storr-*ne
needs. Dr. Pieree'b Golden] Me ni,'. I
Discovery strengthens the stonma.-h,
nourishes the nerves and increases
action of the blood making ,glauns.
It is superior to every other prepar-
ation for children's use, on account of
its body building qualities, andi also
because it is pleasant to the taste and
contains no alcohol, whisky or other
intoxicant. Dr. Pierce's: Pleasant
Pellets are a valuable aid when the
bowels are irregular. They are small.
Children take them readily.

Ortner Farm.
Special Corresoadewce Ocala Banner.
The farmers:are through gathering
corn which yielded splendidly.
Parties are quite frequent. There
was one at Mr. Leitner's on the night
of October 12th in honor of Charley
Leltner's nineteenth birthbay, and
there was one at Mr. J. J. Luffmann's
on October 18th, in honor of Miss
Janie Luffmann's birthday. All re-
port a good time at each place.
The dance at Spring Park was a
failure as the attendance was very
small and the musicians did not show
Mr. Charlie rimaffn-nn made a pleas-
ure trip to Grahamville last week and
reports a fine time.
Mo.. W ff A

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Alachua Cownty has 9*me Wet.
0 The oui tteiled election caweof Alach ua& Tr Abaa qm
3- county, pending -incc 1 7, has atA i A oa /
Y last tweIn juldi.,llv drite.rnld and sometimes good for the Ih
)- the declaration of the court is not bitit tisa'thball sosuSreipief*
!r that the county has gone wet/but itcomesathousa n i im
d that the election prohibiting the ale L
e of liquors, etc., was not held within I
the time prescribed by the statutory
a law of the state, hence is null and ImAfa& dieYs bat
d void. ONanVert
Judge Bullock has had: this case and.m inse Your* Ism Re **
0 under advisement for theo;past fort- 9 Mie*r Dmumor
s night and has beard a great ma of I gMmieverdc ty T"O a bte day.
* testimony concerning it, both oral andt m- prie" s tasMs- wM i a *in"MBoslomT-ya-iOfgd bd
written, and has given it very earnest | Tmo' ass er m- Mot
* and grave consideration, and io a a A QMe -
* twelvepage typewritten opinion l M L
n comes to the decision above stated. O ar
I The opinion was delivered last Wed- s ran~ e 'ma.
needy afternoon and In delivering it
* the court quotesl the law as follows:
L "That all elections ordered under this
Sact, shall be within sixty days from
a the time of presenting such applies-.ckyags
t Lion, but if any such; election phould
Stake place within sixty days of any We promised that we would this week Ist the sies of wage s that we
f state or national election it shall be carry in stock. Well, here they are, and we are sure there Is not a laqer as.
e held within sixty days after any such sortment in the state:
e state or national election." hOeeBorn Farm WToagom .inh steel axle, I1 Imeb tire;fow
The learned judge says be can find those who want something light and good. I Inch steel azle, 3InI h ti;m;
S The learned jude ay he ca fd the regular size steel axle one-borse wagon.t!21 Thimble skein, 11 iceb tre:
a no authority that will justify him in the regular size skein one-horse wagon. 24 thimble skein, I ench tire; a
Sfsaying that this is not a direct and heavy built one-horse wagon for city use
positive command of the statute. TwoHo.ere Farm WagXm: 21 ineb thimble skein, 2 Ineb tire,
He concludes- light; 1I Ineh thimble skes, 2 inch tire medium; iech thimble skein, :9
, h e d inch tire, heavy; with or without bodies.
I, therefore, hold the election not Steel Axle T Vpenllue l ear: 1 x3, two-horse; Ijz3, two bhose; 204.
e being held within sixty days after the four horse. Steel skein turpentine; 3x3. two horse 3x4, two borne; 314, lor
I tling of the petition calling for such horse. We also carry a full line of extras including teorgia polls, shaft.
I election that the same is illegal and skeins, boxes, etc.
void." S. A. STAND .LEY-, Ocala la.
e Cefederast Vetereas Reeuio. Morses snd Mules, Buggles, Wageos sad Marmes.

At the regular meeting of the Con-
federate Veterans, Camp No. 56,
Ocala, Fla., It was determined to have
a general reunion of the veterans and
their families of said camp, and all
old Confederate veterans of Marion
and adjoining counties. This occasion
is particularly complimentary to the
Daughters of the Confederacy, Divis-
ion No. 56, who are meet cordially
and respectfully requested to turn out
in full force.
The committee below is appointed
to make arrangements for said din-
ner and meeting, and to report if poe-
sible in person as to progress, etc., at
the regular meeting of the Camp No.
56, on first Monday in November.
When it is impossible to be in at-
tendance at that meeting, it is earn-
estly requested that each member of
this commilte report by letter as to
progre s and success in this individ-
ual territory.
The duty of this committee is to
stir up a general interest in behalf of
the old verans among friends in their
respective communities and with
them bring full l'aekets to feed these
old faithful comrades and their fami-
lies upon this occasion, November
14, 1901.
Committee: Alfred Ayer, R. Bul-
lock, J. W. Borring, P. L. Durisoe, L.
M. Grahlam, A. R. Griffin, D. H. Irvin,
if. W. Long, J. M. M. Martin, George
Pasteur T. D. L-ncaster, W. P. Tran-
Ir- 121, .1. IP. lak-in, C. M. Brown. G
If. DA ... A J. Ed vards, G. J. Gib-
S, I obt, Holly, W. W. Jackson, J.
A. McDavid, John M. Lyles, A B.
Ro H. M. Kennedy, M. A. Bou. J. J
I landn, F. M. Townsend, A. J. 'Tur-
e Dr. W. R. 0. Veal, H. C. Martin,
7Carney. W. P. Moorman, Dr.
Reece, T. W. Hood, Dr. D. A. Smith,
Dr.:s. Bl'tch.--- '
E. L. CARNEY, Chairman.
For" all fresh cuts or wounds, in
Sther the human subject or animals,
. areusing, Ballard'sShow Lini-
u eat is excellent: while for sores on
w( rklng horns, especially if slow to
heal, or supperating, its healatir qual-
ities are unequaled. Price 25 cents
and 50 cents. Anti-Monololy .lDrug
Store. m
From the Ocals Evening Star of

April Ist, O01.
"We are indepted to Mr. Oeorge
Close for the finest cabbage and lettuce
we have ever seen grown in Florida.
Mr. Close is a man of fine judgment,
and one of the most successful trucker
in the slate and he is a generous and
larre hearted as he is prospeaous."
.Mr.-Close bought his seed from the
old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
who handles only the best seeds to be
had especially adapted to Florida and
makes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
and tomato seed. See display adver-
vertisement in another column. 7-12tf

Clubs *o Five.
To the friends who will forward us
a olnh nf oflvf i uah fanar, tMa w will


w.D. MOSTO- .

(Also Seesamsr to Vateeo eeltyN.Warks)

Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frame Railins, Pulpits, Bedroom
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings, Turned Work,
Scroll Sawing, Lath, Shingles, Etc.
W'Estimates promptly furr'"hed.


Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire
Dash Princess, King Wantage, Duke William and
Wonder. Write us.


J. Odgers, of Frostburg, Md.,writeus:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney
complaint and tried Foley's Kidney
Cure which gave me immediate re-
lief, and I was perfectly cured after
taking two bottles." Be sure you
take Foley's. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m

Wanted.-Two traveling salesmen
in each state; salary and expenses;
permanent position; experience not
a olutelynecessary. Address E. A
Brown Tobacco Co., Greensboro,
N. C. 10.25-3t
Dizzines, loes of appetite, fato
lency and nausea are all connected
with dyspepsia or indigestion. Her*
bine will give the proper relief. Price
50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
It is said there is nothing in|the
world more precious than time and
yet nothing is more wasted.
Backache should never be neglect-
ed. It means kidney disorder, whieh
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

2%s -iatires on every box of the Smauia
Laxative BrouuomQuiaie Tabl

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-be tk)z,#t."tfromu Uitor- uavof ore

Thu et-!U: r; .~':.-- tre~ngthOr
weakness of 8w:~Mwatina. Thb
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Of m aft Um MUL
As 00 ined "tour ew I -td s
pkiwm-s-an yew

SOwtOWe w waft o
96---- inaI.the blood.
76";* d* W orout
d eew. OW "ato d
Ptomir WOnj
WM EM*mia frein on-
MINIBOOMsm GO Wk acidintohe
bleed. dm tomelinmi

-mm__ ~ n lm a fuStheugh
OW bed bnhe 1At w.. he tdhbehntIII
e~watag bP"-Wtog tick. kibsp-
M101110u Sli d 01111,110
111 mndsobe4 deas S te ibsr
0 Ne "moem Whims proves NM ewly

riman k you me ifiehe aso mkte
1"d Fouhn rye MbyLTboe mild
and to 11 -i-;a a ~dofDr. Kilm's
the kidneky remmedyis
-s KameL mmI sam& the110 1 afor ft
wuWW um ed ofthe umorndinvms"ag ai
byS drugid stUs m etosf
sad a wdill op ts immta sI
-ao sad Ofte-d.IhsruII-
W Yo-A May have a -
sarnplo Mottle by nmalsemum. u pam
tm. also p ispht selling you how to find
et df you have k*dmey iWbladde' r "ub
Imemalim*m P~wha.wft !" "Dr. Kihee

isis5. asfutoileslow asit Was" l'
paw somtoweve mu*W ucha matter Vwlsh
ihe ~but. ToYe pal out that Mr.
W imbg isteioe5 b mtuiistuw msupr-
lo at w4ft... and paititesaus who
eel bissamia sve-ft meruseful CIII'
mo. a ins a aueaser week than thev
age *mapbi.evens44 amloprehudiini-
Valum ld ity incite them to greatf-r
vseipmv tr.o(l spew* and prelmig an
umprslGtOfeiv emtreVefay. YANHougta o
say I hat lasoviiteut It mumevarit. hall on -
it-mted tlw gswol ampiniaunof hill chsr-
ggert.'f peol lofI.,right -thinkinag vmean
Uwboin prewmptina atare mit "seftUredl
by pgjjwd.g.-'oldvg n Norath
A m rb-eta.

(dset ull the barrier between tine
N.provai-ent of this tor saly
ether-eunry ias t Ir.ak it alien.
A tinnrivr gave. ts 1Y #out- $&iaan Itsaw4-
timer 6" stage borns. satil .riva.-Y .ofhis
busmily wesas that thne guest or his san
may 0 @No ailod wits 11w ieminst"daughiter.
Wbei hettoutsmat-nais am .while usata
004tb ash'ctber IMetk It mean. that
febstoemSmto .mlfoMe" nueSIVIA 1t1111014101
usm -..-a usefu aud wilful breaking
of041 (dsp~m.lawlw.
1%e Now% Items which cause fro
Wsebiftuuam m"dwan printed in youg-
ivhdina 'go lrivasb told a s*4 mienry for
.m casualty. We shahllhear momr of
thin, Wom wUTemlugaPb

amg age yelilg fm the umoal rep..

l*o *****bfmmdi******* ik. Te** Is
am al-W' ma-- S tohe w ite ou .
r fe yof wn" WIN eawer p1-
o Nm orea etue"Gelag to appeal
so mmA ameiO the w theems Males tthe
bef am, euder wateve euwer or
pilhtb.. wie mm be fend meudr cur-
mat .medtieusfme i ldc g In thw
b.qmosmliis 4f the Whte eHoe. the
be.. typ of Am mrlae maheod, un-
4. t whatsv. f.r ltinm it can be
f atm PhlaMu4phia IM.

W. 4a et0 Ilk- Mr. Insevielt's
wlegtr4ssil aml at all, and are worry to
s** am hit m- *.*-ila I..ppnities to ll-
staig- tn it He. is, hr-wrtd to have
rv*4 ltheiat iegreo rbildren werr.
eade* Ian .i m-I. aii th hiacbildream at
Iyt) ie r Ie W t hen-n, it may lie
med. ltw*. that bel bheM aor reinsono
tha's, is, at-ragC- whi e man tm I*e
t .*.ft 40of hlgrwm. maner at ans a x irigro
rlawleems a tIal m*aved htie Ioulgh Riders
fr.a *'.** nisenametis at Mtall Jusn hill.
teI '-U**.I f.41 .%a Juaun ha11. It il ailiUlet

lot Causes SaghtAloest


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preidet otla3,.--RirhummonD ispairb.


An Anerstia-n armed W\ashingtotn, j
one of thle m4 stle Ir-earni, l(mot et)o
quest, n.o -lb.- ilreada-tat ,f a ,olle-re -i- 1rk-id TO
to dinm-r by Pre*idtnt Roosevelt And tie pign,.ttt of the skin is YOU Il
Punse Phadesarker thui that of others
a large i.oit ofthe United states i4 Fertill
easnvuitdlwJib h shmn- and rage. This
man is a negrn. Therefore in eatinIg at Ieas
with himi the preide-au( is charged with
having insulted the couth This man Potash
may cast a ballot, but he may not
br-ak tread. He mnayreprewnt us in results
the senatee chaimuler, but be may not .
"Ono us at the breakfast table." He kinds.
may e4ituate us, tlut not eat with us;
preach our gc wcl, but not beour guest; Write
enlighten our winds, but not entertain lte i every
our bodies; die for us, but not dine I They an
with us. Truly liberty must smile at GER
such broad-minded logic. such en- 93
lightened tolerance. Or should she-
weep?-New I ork World. T,

Nothingcould have happinel whi.oi office of Clerk
wtulat |rove noore 4-on lu-tively to the ion, Florid
American citizen the absolute incom-
petency ated ui, rlhiine- of Tbee.dore HEtomREAS
Roonsve-lt io i occupy the position 241. 2544. 255
covering the
which lihe has won by chance than the Marion: East
eirrumstance in ueation. It just southwest qua
every harsh criticism which has been 21. aGo acres; w
southeast quar
made of himn and Ifore's Ibis news- 20.36 acre,
paper to retract every complimentary after second t
thing lahich it hes uttered in his be- northwest qui
i, township
hal. He is after all not a statesman, quarter of a
quarter of sou
but a mere swashbuckler and some- northeastqu
thing eie, with which we hesitate toM hi 17.n
half of Mortbe
offend the earlof our readers. Abra- of sortheat q
ham Lineole, tbei greatest president "twesquM
andl perhaps the greatest man the "o, m0ac"s;s
United States has ever known, was in quarter amd so
ter and west
favor of the freedom of the negro, wetsrquarter
but Abraham Lincoln, was too big s17. r
halaof ofMouthw

and broad a man ever to have sug-
gested by any act of his so awful a
thing as the amalgnm-tion of the
rames, and this is what this man
Ronaevelt has done.
The president has rudely shattered
any expectations that may have arisen
from bhis announced intention to
make the republican party in the
south respectable. He has closed the
thle door to the acessions of southern
white men to the republican ranks.
There are many respectable republi-
cants in the south, but none of then
would think of inviting a black man
to his table.-Memphis Scimitar.

All this has happened in good time.
It comes when there was about to be
a mad rush of thoughtless democrats
into the republican party, pell, mell,
rreardless. It pulls the blinds off,
makes clear the polloees of the repub-
licau party and no man in the south
now need be deceived as to where be
will land when he starts into the re-
publican party. He knows in advance
what republicanism mean.. He ought
to have known before. But there is
no need for him to be deceived. If he
is wilting to accept it now, with his
eyes open, it is well enough. He can
go and he damned.-Moitgomery
Chbs. R. Wresmar, Evanston, Ill.,
writes: "My boy 2~ 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 bott'e." Take
momn but Foley's. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m

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Sder.lgaed that on the
Wst y devef .Vrember A. D. yt,,
be will appy to the board of pardons of the
nsate of Porida. at Tallahassee within said state,
for a ardnal the crime of larceny of a certain
cow alleged to have been the property of one
Jee Reynolds., of which he was convicted
on the rd day of April A. D gom. at the spring
term of the circuit court for the county of
Thifil acther io. 19t1.


J.A RMt MICHA .L purchaser of City Tax Cer-
tificatr No w. dated the 4th. day of Sept. A. D
%94. has filed said certificate in my "-fice. and has
iamoe application for tax deed to issue in accor-
daoer with law. S.aid certificate embaraces the
,l'winnk d-cc.rbed property situated in Marion
comntv to wit West half of lot 2. block
i-. oldi *uirvev fOcala. The said land being as-
*e.*s*%- .at the .lstr of issuance of such certificate
in tMi *.ame iof Ctrmach.iel & Son. U'nIess ,aid ;
ce'tlt. ite -hAll f, rrdceemed acc-urcing to law. I
tax I,1> ," % i-ut thetrun on the r th t!ny of
% % **;* A 1) : i
'Ai :,'-- m ..% ffi ta -ignnture az.l r ieal thiu' the
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* -st quarter @a
too acres, 2 acm
has demanded!
Therefore, ti
tion of thirty d
lee. you shall h
auce with law,
deed to the sal
in accordance
4674. laws of F
Dated Oc*.
Clerk Circuit

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of Circuit Court. County of Mar-
a.-To Henning Land & In-
vestment Company.
ax Certificates Nos. :98. a32526, 252S.
j. 2587, 2594. sale of August 7. IS99.
following land in said county of
t half of east half and southwest
itheast quarter and south half of
carter section 21. township 16. range
west half and north est quarter of
rter section i, township 17. range
acre less; east half of northwest
northwest quarter of southeast quar-
ownship 17. range ao. 120 acres:
water of southwest quarter section
17. range 20, 40 acres; northeast
orthweat quarter and southwest
mth half of southeast quarter and
ner of southeast quatrer section 13,
ange so, 320 acres. t acre less; east
mst quarter and southeast quarter
quarter and southeast quarter of
carter and northwest quarter of
rter section 3. township 17. range
ortheast quarter and est half of
northwest quaer of northwest
utheast quarterof southeast quar-
alf ofsoutheastquarteraudsoth-
Sof uthwest quarter sectioM 7.
ange t2. 50o acres. i acre less; east
res quarter and west half of south-
etimn 17. township I, ranie 21.
elesb; and upon said certificates
I ftom e a tax deed to said land.
ake notice that after the expira-
lava from the date of this notice.un-
have redeemed said laud in accord-
. it is my intention to i sue a tax
id W. W. Condon for the said land
with the provisions of chapter
O, 1901. to-8I
t Cort of Marioni County. Florida.


order granted on the 26th day of March A.
D. 9gor, 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
S4rft day If Noz-emben, A. D. 19or.
between the hours of ix 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 at the time
of her death, and located in Marion county.
Florida. viz: Lot lettered "G" on that map or
plat made by T. M. Rickards of Joseph Cald-
well's sub division of the Alvarez grant, said plat
being recorded in the public records of Marion
county. Florida. in deed book lettered "K" at
page 74, said lot being more particularly de-
scribe uas bounded on the north by lots lettered
O'Mad *P and on the sumth bv lot lettered
'R" Pswhowu by said plat. Lea. however. from
the above ten acre tract, six acres on the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Jones in
her lifetime to Agusta F. Brown. wife of Charles
M. Brown, thus leaving four acres remaining as
the property of the said Martha Jones. and
which I will offer for sale under and by virtue
of the order aforesaid.
o ' Commissioner.


seented to me Tax Certificates No. 888. 893.
914. 9 1. 1291, i94. 196, a98, 1324. 1325. 1356.
sale of August 7. 1899, 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 14, range
21.50o acres; southeast quarter of northeast quar-
ter except 2ao feet square in northwest corner
section 6., township v4, range 21, 39 acres: south
half of northeast quarter of northeast quarter
section a2, township 4 range ai, ao acres; north
halt of somtheast quarter except north half of
northet quarter of nortbest quarter of south
east quarter sctio a, township 14. range 21,
75 acres; southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and morth half of sorth half of southeast quarter
section 12. township 15. range I, So acres: south
half of northwest quarter section 14. towsh
t5, range aS. So acres; northwest quarter of outh
west quarter section 17, twnhip 15. ange .
o acres; southeast quarter of northwest quar-
ter setioe 27. towsp :5, range 8, 4o aces;
northwest quarter et township 15, range
g19. z6o.oz acres: southeast qurter ot northeast
quarter section 12. township 15 range 1g. 40
acres. southeast quarter taIn. township t5.
range o. t.36 acres; and upon said certificate
has demanded from me a tix deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this noe, unless redeemed. it
is my intention to ismue a tax deed to the said
Dated Sept. 30.i9gor
(Seal) S ?. SISTRrN'K.
19-4 Clerk Circuit Court

Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section of
Chapter 48~S, Laws of Florida.
Webber purchaser of Tax Certificate No
1oo6, dated the .rd day of October, A. P. tgoi. ha
filed said certificate in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow- I
ing described property situated in Marion coun-
ty, Florida. to wit: north half of northeast quar-
ter section 2'. t-'wnship 14. range 22. go acre-s.
The maid lanud k assessed at the date of the
issuance ot uch certiicatein thename of Jame-
Mason.u Uei'nle-Tsaid certificate shall be redeem-
ed ccrintax d will issue thereof
on the 9th day of November, A. D. iqoi.
Witness mv official signature and .eal thi-
the nUd day ..: '():t ber A. D. iyor.
f:-4 A al) S.T SISTRkNK
Clerk Circu:t C urt ot Marion Conivty. F,-rida.


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We are displaying daily some of the many new -

articles of food that we are receiving, and it willl pay

you to call and see them. It is our pleasure to show

them. Below we mention some of the numerous

goods recently received: .

Hecker's Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour.' Remember if you want Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits.
Old Homestead Flap Jack Flour. Quantity we can supply your Our Chatilon Brand French Sardines are just
Griddle Cake and Yellow Corn Meal Flour, the nicest thing you can buy.
If you want Quality we can
Hecker's Rolled White Oats in 2lb packages, supply that too. Jams of all flavors in Ilb jars.
Plain Buckwheat, Graham and Rye Flour. It is economy to buy the Cranberries, also Cranberry Sauce.
Raleon's Breakfast Food. best, as you will tind by buy- In crackers, besides a full and complete as-
b. Pancake flour and Whole Wheat flour in 51b ing Chase & San- sortent of cake to el by the
pcae an il saks b ^ a* ^ m pound, we have in packages the "Iner
^-packages and aslb sacks. born's F a m o u s
Pearl and Granulated Tapioca. "Seal Brand" of Seal" brand Oysterettes, Milk, Brownes,
Fn RC rCoffee and Tea, Sugar and Champagne Wafers, Ramona,
uu _.. Farina, Rice Flour and Kingsford- Corn Co" o *nd To* ..
Starch w which is absolutely the best Athenas, Social and 5-O'clock Teas; also
Jg re put up anywhere. Cracker Meal, Oyster Crackers, etc.
nF Jellies in lb glass jars, 51b stone crocks and
SIn Canned Fruits we have Apricots, Peache,

s- ao and 3olb wooden buckets. oto suit -
Sand wden buckets. We have oos to suit Pears, Plums, black and white Cherries,
Mincemeat in bulk, also in 51b glass jars. you, and under no circum- red pitted Cherries.
Cook's Flaked Rice, Grape Nuts, Postum stances do we allow mis- In Fish, we have Shrimp, Lobsters, Salmon,
I- Cereal. representation. Salmon SteaK and Salmon Cutlets. --


To appreciate the variety and quality of this line

you should call at the store and see them. We have

and give you just what you want, Guaranteeing ,

Prices Second to None-Quality Considered.

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