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OTABULSHED is6. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1901. DOLLAR A YJA.
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In The Latest Styles.
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE.
THE POSTOFFICE DRUG. STORE
J. .1. GERIG, Mgr.
Morn: TUa PrAP= WILL NOT
FAWN A? T11Nar r S MAN WHO
mA ?TDSLT AND WITHOUT KIIUT
L TIIMVM I TH P OWF T3 ILL; MOW
WlLL IT KKOK TER MAN W1 05 GOIO
ae Nam I"s aM.
93@. W. K. hebmp, or AINea, was in
Pr seim's good ses at low
prm try R It t.. 1e.2-.tf
Mr. Joeek Hi, o Fermandina,
erest e Sa day ia Ocala.
Mr. Jese Nely, of Jacksonville,
opiat HMoaay is Oeals with his wife.
TIe Daghkm of the (Oofedersey
*-ill wmt at the rectory. I.31 Okla-
wase avenue, at 3 p. mu. today.
Irv. T. it. Armistead, of Dunnellon,
am amsumN the wekonme caller- at the
< -taa IIanmer oflew Wednew.day.
Her. Mr. IlUerUnn, of Minneola,
t..t a little twierat lat law Monday Slid
hamwod hi wife with a ,4hot gull.
MU W. W. MNorland died at Dun-
iiloit on theb '@tli of Oktol'er anid
,aa take 1to F.rinEton for burial.
Tem Harri- rame down from Jack-
muirtiO. aos Monday and returned on
'b14. John L. lugliw, of PIrt In-
tlb a, as a promaimest visitr to Ocala
the dnm of the week.
A bale smart t of boy's cloting
y"st arrived; alwm a full line of large
A- ti smm', palLs. Rft. PFr t's tMore.
Mr. tu bm Hgs I* up rthm St.
sewb tg and a.b gsme to High
p4rsuig who wb my aeret a posl-
MIv M. Oay gv on the fourth
** Oramims* o a meeting of the stand-
1lug e m. se d experts to be ab-
weot the et parn W the week.
Mr. Wi. bIsrks, of Floral City,
and Mr. T. W. M1ed, ot Duamellon,
Uw p u phos te v iir to
to aly Is4 Mwemy.
Mr. t. W. Howw is up from 4um.
torvill. He ay Wiadr permaneatly
ta 4kala. It is his old home and his
tried- aIIll w glad I< gre0 T him n 'rk
Mr <4ariv W. Whiater.sdo. the af-
*a4 *-aek t4 flor S ila Huow. ha.
w4urf-utl frn., Iasl -xtealed l trial to
*..lath tars"isna. Alaitnam. atid other
a. rv im. torimcl,4L 4.1 de. 4or ).ur lungu~
IV 1-.r 4w grower. 4 4m YU rve threat.
'nod with odiptherlaor(W 'feuskjolla,
aptely Ihaimare $uiom L~iniuint *a.
irrually. mmod ow mallard. litrebound
yft". AntiINowolomly I~r u~g sote.s
Ut JemohnW. hw'uw&ip lock from
%ra Vaurk. where' Imp ha- eu t"a.
14"mntn. and4sme" kwmaill hare
-eub4kiug. psirtwap. vaimal sirf~a w~
I..'stioss eowlot.r tHe is nWt giving it
away Ism et
Sj smavely, haussrilh'. Ohi,1.
dit s passanod it boo dkome me
.&.a mmu fib n wmave I haw* ve
For trunks, satchels and valises at
reasonable prices go to R. Frost.
Mr. H. R. Ferran, of Eustis, who
recently purchased the Eustis Lake
Region, was in Ocala Monday on bus-
luess connected with his paper.
Today take Foley's Honey and Tar.
It positively prevents pneumonia, or
I other serious results from colds. It
may be too late tomorrow. Anti-Mo.
nopoly drug Store. m
Mrs. A. A. Ford and daughter, Miss
Emily Ford, are expected home in a
few weeks. They have been spend-
ing the past month in Toronto, Buf-
falo, Rochester and New York City.
Vice-President F. Q. Brown, of the
Plant System, passed through Ocala
Tuesday in his special car and stopped
over long enough to confer with Mr.
Mr. J. F.Edwards, of the Ocala House.
Mrs. Caro Murrell, who has been
visiting in South Carolina for the past
thirteen or fourteen months, has re-
turned to Ocala and is visiting her
mother, Mrs. S. W. Moody. She is
the very picture of health.
Adolgh Bluner, Grand Mound, aIs.,
writes: "I have uved Foley's Honey
and Tar in my family and think it is
the best cough cure on the market. I
would not i without it it n my home,
a, there is nothing so good for coughs
and colds. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Mr. Flagler now contemplates the
construction of another railroad, this
time from Fort Pierce, on the east
4"st, to Punta Rma, on the gulf,
passing through a portion of the Oke-
Last saturday morning Frank Har-
ris, Jr., mashed bis hand in a job press
:a tbis office. There were no bones
broken, only the flehy part of the
hand was cut and bruised. While
painful the wound was not serious.
Chamterlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets cure biliousness, constipation
and headache. They are easy to take
and pleasant in effect For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
Mrs. Edward Hiller and daughter,
Mit Hazel, have returned home
after spending the summer in Atlantic
City, New York, Baltimore and Nash.
ville. They also visited the Pan-Amer-
ican exposition, and were in Nash-
ville during the horse show. Miss
Mona Hiller did not return but will
remain in Nashville several weeks
I To remove a troublesome corn or
buniott : Fir-t soak the corn or bun.
ion in warm water to soften it, then
pare it down as closely as possible
without drawing the blood and apply
SChamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily;
rnbbing vigorously for five minutes at
each application. A corn plaster
should be worn for a few days, to pro-
tedt it from the shoe. As a general
liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness
and rheumatism, Pain Balm is un-
equaled. For sale by Anti-monopoly
Drug Store. m
Oma Salg a Bank account
The advantages of opening and
maintaining a bank account are
IE t MUNICIPA ELECTION.
The local political cauldron is now
boiling at a very lively rate.
There are three candidates In the
field for mayor, viz: Messs. M. FiAbel,
the present efelent incumbent, Mr.
John R. Martin, a prominent young
business man, and Mr. Leam N.
Green, a prominent young attorney.
The race promises to become ex-
ceedingly exciting, and lines are being
drawn very taught, and the froindsof
each candidate are actively at work
to land their favorite in the coveted
The candidates for alderman-at-
large are Mr. Will J. Edwards and Dr.
Mr. Edwards for the past two years
has worn aldermanic honors having
represented the first ward most ac-
ceptably. He is a prosperous stock-
man, exceedingly cautious and con-
servative, and popular.
Dr. Grothe, his opponent, is a prom-
inent chemist. He made the race for
this office two years ago and was
counted out, carried his case to the
courts where it is still resting. He is
now running for a vindication.
Messrs. Geo. K. Robinson and H.
C. Jones are candidates from the
fourth ward. Both are well known
business men, have a large following,
and the contest in that ward, as usual,
will be exciting.
Mr. A. G. Gates is -a candidate for
alderman for the firt ward. Hon. J.
M. Bareo, for the second, and Messrs.
E. P. Thagard and S. T. 8istrunk for
None of these gentlemen have oppo-
sition. The resignation of Mr. John
R. Martin necessitates the electing of
two alderman from the third ward.
As we go to press we learn that a
petition is being circulated for Mr. 8.
A. Standley for alderman from the
Same at the Armaery.
Last Friday night eighteen couples
of Ocala's youth and beauty enjoyed
a delightful informal danoe at the
armory. The music was furnished by
Mr. Frank Mathews, ffteen numbers
were danced and at twelve o'clock the
strains or Home, Sweet Home souad-
ed warning all that it was time to
quit the dance ball. The following
are the young people who raced the
the occasion with their presence:
Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Woodrow, Mr. and
Mrs. 8. R. Birdsey, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wat-
son, Mrs. J. B. Hiers, of Fernandina,
Misses Esther Weathers, Lulu Gary,
Mary Reardon, lorrie Crook, Sara
Harris, Lena Bullock, Marie, Bullock,
Gertie Perader, Florrie Condon, Hat-
tye Porter, Sue Bareo, Alice Reedy,
Belle Strunk, and Messrs. E. T. Hel-
venston, Earnest Crook, J. H. Taylor,
J. H. Matthews, C. V.
Slaughter, T. Edwards,
RHEINAUER & CO.
Leaders in Dry Goods.
SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS.
From 98c to $3.98.
LADIES' NECK NOVELTIES
From 25c to $2.75.
LADIES' BELTS-Endless Varieties
BABIES AND MISSES CLOAKS
From 50c to $4.00.
LADIES' TAILOR MADE JACKETS
From $3.50 to $10.00.
"AMERICAN GIRL" LADIES' SHOES
Miller, T. K.
8. E. Hiller.
G. H. Ford, 8tanley. ulster, Albert
Miller, Joe Burke, Charlie Moody and
Taking Time by the Fereee.
The State Teachers' association wfl
hold its next annual mees-g i this
ity nd arrmemsemte ae beIg
nade by the Oals Boart of Tr la
eomjanction with Scheel Su, ela-mm
dent Car nd Pre Joish Varn, to
make it ems of the mt pliat u o
their aamnual -1ther t Ie hIaId
of trade held a speeal meetag sem
I night ago ad mappeited aesmums
on mmrecepmtie, e talmmet, et.
Theme committee hv gs am ve
to work and are maeir an8 msssmary
arrasmet ohr the medsl- The
Methodist Episcopal Chureh, South,
has heen secured for holding the e.
siona, and the armory fr the meet-
ing of committees and for school ex-
hibits. It has been suggested that e
of the features of the entertainment
be a luncheon on the golf links, and
another a ride to Silver Spring on the
rock road in the Ocala House auto-tai-
lyhos and a boat ride down that h-
RHEINAUER & CO.
Dry Goods House.
Priestley's Dress Goods
The record made by Priestley & Com-
pany's English Dress Goods is an envi-
These fabrics are of such
splendid quality, style and finish, they
have such a long established reputatibA,
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
fabrics fully understand that they have
just about the best there is. You are
now offered first pick from many new
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THEOd&LrA BACNMZ, NOVIERLIK it
tmeekh th e olums f theOoala Bsman
b "r, Very gatefl thanks to the
god people of Damvellon foretheir
may aetds kindness shown him
during hbis recent bereavement and
Whm you oeel that life is hardly
worththe candle take a dome of Cham-
berMlan's stomach and Liver Tablets.
ThWy wil clean- your stomaen, tone
up your liver and and regulate your
bowels making you feel like a new
man. For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
Through an oversight Munroe &
Cbamblies' advertisement on "Open-
ing a Bank Account" did not appear
in our last issue. It will, however, be
found in another column of today's
Banner, and it will be of interest to
everybody. Read it.
Geo. A. Point*, of Upper Bandusky,
0., writes: "I have been using Foley's
Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find
it'the sest remedy I ever 'tried. It
stopped the cough immediately and
relieved all sorenese." Take.none but
Foley's. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.m
LkI lia h a.m r.t..r flv ..n ar.lnada
Julia Marlowe will toer the south.
Beside other things that Florida
rows is the ostrish.
Hoo. John N. C. Stockton has re-
turned from his trip abroad.
(seo. Wray. the tuner, is in town.
n4e.d your orders to Weihe's. -
Mr. "Tex" Martin was in the city a
few days this week visiting his family.
M. Whi1retki, of Miconopy, has been
easmted for selling liquor without a
Mr. G. T. Maughs, of Jacksonville,
was in the city last Sunday visiting
Mr. Joseph R. Reynolds, an old and
respected clUien living near Ocala, is
quite meriomuy sick. I
Miller meot plea anly entertained
the young girls' .wbist club.
Miss Nellie Co.nigan has returned
hone after having spent the summer
in the north with.ber sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens and M r.
W. D. Croa attended the Baptist asso-
ciaion at Williston this week.
Service in Grace church Sunday
next, the 3rd, at 11 p. m. The subject
of the morning sermon will be bae
Misses Mary and Edith Platt have
returned home after having spent the
summer in Taishammee, Atlanta and
CtO bd landed, the bright young
Irpmh operator, is beck from
Jaesvlflle where he has been for
Waatmd.-A postean- housekeep-
er to wlidewer or compamioa to elder-
ly lady. Box 1t6, Gaslnsville, Alacha I
county, Florida. 11.1
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe are back
ftem a six weeks visit to Buflo,
Rochester, Byracue, New York city
mad other points.
Mr.and Mrs. W.W.Haynes,ofOrala
bave removed to this city to reside;
mad are located at Mrs. Chapman's for
the winter.-Jacksoville Metropolis.
That new southern republican party
has not been able to sit up and take
solid food sine that famous white
house dinner party.-Atlanta Journal.
G. A. Hutchins leavee in a short
while for Atlanta where he will have
charge of a saloon. Until recently he
RBa. L. W. Lo hasB Jut returned
bern Jacksonville andi says the state
ir is making excellent prores.
.veryomneiyst isgoing to beabig
-.ein. The whole of Florida will be
Mr. 0. M. BUtch, of Dialy, writes
.to the TimemUnic and Ctluen that
there isea date palm there in fell bear
ing. The tree Ina tfoll frltage may oo-
espya 1dine in Marie mwass -es-
bhit attso ate air.
Colors C. C. Pot, of Seabrmwas
in the eity during the e k. Beam
to eemit his lawyer, Mr. Ob T.
qpednlg her two mouth acatio in
the moantains of Virglnia has re-
turmed home and 'resumed her pool-
time as ity ticket aesnt for the Plant
Mr.W.W. Moreland wishes to return,
.hes sa isy heaM ON et soe mgoe
fi see am- e netms a -s la em edo
Wanted.-Two traveling malemmn
In eah state; salary and spnmeN;
per anet potiom; eperience no
absolutely aemmry. Addrem A.
Brown Tobacco Co., Greesoro,
N. C. 10,M.
Ned Ia tS *0Aslm
Louis lYOmito, who was commit-
ted to the asylum last year, died Oet.
26, 1901. The deceased was born in
Naples, Italy, and was forty-four
years, one month and one day old.
He came to the United States twenty-
two years ago and to Florida sixteen
years ago. He was married twice,
the second time in this city. His wife
survives hhn as also four children.
He was well known and up to the
time of his misfortune was prosperous
and well to do.
S Waist Club tatetatbed.
Wednesday afternoon Miss Luella
V. Gary was the charming hostess of
the Yqmug Ladies' Whist Club. The
afternoon was most pleasantly spent
n playing progressive whist after
which dainty refreshments were serv-
ed. Miss Valeta Potter captured the
ae %v ei r as iour or uve car-ioa rie
of oranges ripe and nearly ready for Teen ilme ihMn ~s
Wel, at any rate, the Sebley inquiry
has served one purpose; it has enabled
Admiral Sampson to find out just ex-
actly how -it happened.-Atlanta
Seymour Webb, of Moira, N. Y.,
writes: "I had been troubled with
my kidneys for twenty-five years and
had tried, several physicians but re-
ceived no relief untl I bought a bbt-
tie of Foley's Kidney Care. After
using two bottles I was absolutely
cured. I earnestly recommend Foley's
Kidney Cure." Take only Foley's.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, m
Dr. J. 8. Steiner and a party of
friends from Blufltou, Ohio, contem-
plate a visit to Florida this winter: If
they come to Ocala we will show
them the prettiest town in the state
.and contiguous to it the richest lands
and the most substantial farms. Come
and see us, Doctor.
-For burns, cute, bruises, lascerations
or injuries of any description, Bal-
lard's Snow Linament is a sovereigns
remedy. It never fails to do good,
and so promptly that its wonderful
curative properties frequently create
surprise. Priest 25 and 50 cents. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Stooe. m
Lakeland is prospering. Palatka is
building new industries, FernAndina
Is building new docks and railroads.
Punta Gords is Putting up large fish
wofks and Puntsa mma, Fort Myers,
Palmetto and Braidentown are soon
to hear the whistle of the locomotive.
Truly Florlda is making strides for-
Thousands of men and wopen suf-
fer from pius, especially women with
female weakness have this sufering
to contend with In addition to their
ether pains. Tler's Buckeye pile
ointment will quickly efleet a cure.
Price fifty cents in bottles, tubes 75
cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
*The state of Maine is in for ia hard
story: "A poor old worn out Maine
woman who had worked herself to
death trying to keep up with the stony
farm. was reminded by her pastor,
near the close of her life, that, at all
events, she would now enter on her
well-earted rest. "No," she replied,
"it will be just my luck to have the
resurrection come tomorrow morn-
Constipation means the accumu-
lation of. waste matter that should be
discharged daily, and unless that is
done, the foul matter is absorbed and
poisons the system. Use Herbine to
bring about regularity of the bowels.
Price 50 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drug
The enormous extmet of the sum-
mer botel business In this country is
but little understood and appreciated.
The Hotel w aette estimat that we
spend $500,000,00 a year for summer
vacations. Upwards of 10,000,000 flee
annually to the mountains,and sea-
shore. Thee are between ,00and
25,00mser beibs in the country'
sad they employ about 800,000 people.
Mew York state ales. has about 4,000
umme hotels. The largest single re-
sort in tihe country is at AabtietClty,
N. J., with a mumme lhtis of
abeut a,000 and n averageof aout
1,e0 mpes. It is estimated that
p .mO,me is spet at Atlatis City
every rman In this form of enter-
Last night being "all Hallow'en" a
number of young ladies gathered at
the home of Ms Edna Dwaler, where
they spent a furiously delightful
evening Indulging In all sortsof Halle-
w'en prankband had bushels of mer-
riment and fun. Dressed in ghostly
apparel they visited n the neighbor-
hood and did all sorts of amusing and
After a light but elegant supper all
spectral things were chased out of the
windows and the evening was closed
with an old time Virginia reel in
which Mr. Jobhn Doierand Mr. Frank
Harris were leading figures.
TO THE PUBLIC.
We understand some one is trying
to imitate our
for chill and fever.
This is a poor way to do business to
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the strongest endorse-
ment you could give it, in the eyes of
all intelligreut DeoDle. and I bhoe the
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Last Sunday afternoon atone o'clock
Mr. Elmore Davidson, oY this eity
and iass Louise Harrison were united
in. marriage it the ruidence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Harrison, at York, this county Only
the immediate family of the bride and
John and Mary Juhan, nephew and
neice of the groom, and Miss Tillie
Pyles, of this city, witnessed the cere-
mony, which was performed by Rev
T. SK Armlstead, of Ocala.
The bride was attired in a becoming
gown of gray cloth.
Immediately after the ceremony a
dinner was served, after which Mr.
and Mrs. Davidson drove to Ocala.
The bride, "as Miss Harrison, was
well. known in Ocala and all over the
county. Her father, Mr. Robert Har-
rison, was one of the pionoer settlers
of Marion. She is a young woman of
many charming qualities and- Mr.
Davidson is greatly to be congratulat-
ed In winning her.
. Mr. Davidson has resided in Ocala
for about-fourteen years. He is a
young man of sterling business quali-
ties and has the respect anud esteem of
Mr. and. Mrs. Davidson are now at
home to their friends in their cozy
home on Ft. King avenue.
"Te o re a Cold in Oe Say
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets, All.druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E.W. Grove's sig-
nature is on each box. 25e. :
sule. and 9 om tEpspeted eday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Church Croom
will arrive In- the city Monday, and
will be at home to their friends at the
I residence of Mrs. T. H. Randolph, on
north Monroe street.
Mrs. Croom was MBes Sara Mal ell,
of Ocala, and was one of the soelal
favorites of the brick city, and Mr.
Croom was a resident of Brooksville,
and is the son of Hon A. C. Croom,
comptroller of the state. Hardy
Croom will be remembered by many
in the capital city, as he attended the
Florida State College here some years
ago. He is relative of Mrs. T. H.
Randolph. Mr. Croom comes to take
a position in the state comptroller's
Talahasseq will welcome hemUtily
the entrance into her midst of this
bright couple.-Tallabhase' Capital.
you Reaw What Yo Are rakiag
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Qui-
nine in a tasteless form. No cure, no
pay. 50c. t
Stele Watab R*sesered.
Some time ago Mrs. Chas. Rhelnauer
had her watch, rings and other jewel-
ry stolen. At that time she had a
colored boy working around the house.
As the jewelry and the boy disappear-
ed about thie same time, the boy,
whose name Is Columbus Walkins,
was spotted. The ease was reported
to the jewelers and they were asked to
keep a look out for the same. On
last Monday the boy took the wateh
in to Mr. Burnett to have a crystal
put on It. Mr. Burnett at once identi-
fied it and sent up fur Mr. Rheinauer
to come and get his watch. He did
so, and swore outm warrant and had
the boy locked up and he is now lan-
guishnlag behind the bars. It should
be a waring to his comrades.
We are now prepared to re-
ceive meat and other articles
for cold storage. Our priwe m
e enable and we arantee
IST FLA.UL lE U*re 6.
oad32/ / / / /lid.
I am now prepared to buy eotton in
in any qantUty at highest market
prices. At mme old stand. Geo. K.
Robinson, Oea*, Fla. em
The next regular semi-annual meet.
ing of the medical examining board
of the fifth district of Florids will be
held at the Oe(al House, Oeala, Mon-
day Novelaber 20th, 1901. Seslon will
begin at 2 p. m. Guo. E. WaIu,
M. L Reoyeids.
One door north of elty market. Will
pay the highest prices for all kinds of
farm. produce, such as vecetsbles,
poultry, eggs, etc. Give him call. 62tf
$20 Reward. .
A roan mare was stolen from me at
Kenuirick, Fla., a few nights ago. I
will pay $'O for h, r return. Mhe may
be identified by the blowingg mark;:
SmAll sear in forehead. llack mai..
Means tomfertpeae m IhMalh.
The tlood can't eliteual th1eg
pwr fe-t cramped and plashed *s*u
tbght' rhore or smes of ualrSi
sh~ie. Tn. feetsaoernw sesamd
bhUil.s, ,,4 the slinh .i
aftfo thi -uttire health.
We rwll 9 in.tl tha dp are d
Ibe buman foo, but t wye sw b pe
an air of elegaaes md styl.b Oem
portable shoes are not neemln
'-ntsoat ad, if you "eemohi.
Both side of theosqu"a. Ph.
IA P mo
Stove, two buwna, with
ove o ly ... .... .
One three-burner bW Flame
oi Stove, or......e, o
emv e..... .. 4 &*
On Imp*broeduer aslame
O aS Improved Bluow -me O
.tovWA mw, ftwe bers,
One chest Carpemter's TQm
complete, a bg barla
Lot new Hat bmka,.4J to
Lat Mowing Dyaeths, heap.
We have always oen band
in new and sed hand F tue
all kinds. You will 4o fwe to ll on
O4ALA FlURgTU' (t
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OCALA FLORIDA ..- .
In otr hor ba&d-
kerehiebkb we mde s
breoed a asBtim a
pMtdlo. Our wm
w espeietlly g Ae
to real lim bhea--
kerehtlefo th Pin*
aud with lace trim-
ming. We ahve a
a dime. 1 #M of ,,tinh
01 PER TWO ROME LOAD.
s PER CORD.
DELIVERED IN. TOWN.
moms= -20M A DMU m A1 GU1A d FeUnIatl
In the fingers, toes, arms, and other
parts of the body, are joints that are
inflamed and swollen by rheumatim-.
that acid condition of the blood which
aSects the muscles also.
Sufferers dread to move, especially
after;sitting .a lying long, and their
condition is o9.-:.aonly worse in wet
-it has been a long time since we a ve'
been wltbbUt Hood' a ruilla. My,
"ater thinks be could d wtout IL
He has beed troubled withbrtuma.
wi enable him to take his plce in Me
fid. Mi ADA DOM, Sidney. ow.
Remove the cause of rheuon-**--no
outward application can. Take them.
For Fall Wesw.
. Tbe podsn awe ha'
provided for I ti.
making of fall CN.
tumes oght teo iX.
pleasure w to jbe* -is.
.dies of this PP'y
Tbero I sorb
wealth of rich, warn.
&alor ad mrus a
d variety of grad-.
S Ewry prila is p '
6a thbs pamw-
I tamilamdfrtrt.. kw'tb <
but some prices are not *o bihtma
There mst be plenty
of stockings n Tbo e
her o es for wear ,m
those chilly autumn
days. We have sh*n-
,dance of quality bhr-
.* ad vatri y of Pr*."'
whibh will enable every
womumn o buy jue*
what shbe wants ino s.
way of hoiery. The
strong color, will tay, and the f,.
will wear ezcellently.
R A. BRow,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ooms zand 3. Hood Block Ocas. FI
T E. BIGGS, -
(Office in Gary-.AgnewBlock.)
C ARLOS L. SISTRVNK.
Room 4, Masonie Building, Ocala, a Ls 1
R D. FjTk,__
Over auroe & Chm as ank. Oes", a
e M. THOMPSOv.
PHYSICIAN AND) SUGEON,
Office over Tea s GoceTy. Opp.M-oamn
OCALA. ID* A
.L. AND3RSON. WM. 1OCKN .
NDERSON* f WOaC.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oce lin Gary-Agnew Block.
OCALA, -- FLORIDA
The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."
TM&.Win lts. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1901. DOLLAR A YARAI
BRISTLING WITH WINTRY INTEREST.
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.
U I U"
Black Dress Goods
Sftr showing this season is without parallel.
Tw largest, most beautiful, most complete line
ever exhibited in 4 kOala-the very newest things
out in eatopobe. Repeling, Satin. Prunellas,
ainm fAimised Soliel. Sharkskin,, Granite and
V'entian Suiting, Parollert, Faney Crepons, Plain
and amacy Brilliantine and Cicilians, Serges,
(thevte~*. Melrome. Silk Warped and all Wool
He.riett s. etc.. and all grades and prices.
Jackets and Capes
Lafei.*'. Mi..< and Chlildrens* Jackets and
(a'.lN. --all grad.hs and prices. Swellest Fall Styles
aild mtaterial%. waim1 are plain tailored, others beau-
tfdullv trimustd. lin't fail to oee these goodxbe-
f, r,. Iunr'hasinxg ,.swhere.
Rainy Day Skirts
'r.ttry linem. good values, made of choice and
thOe latet nmat-rials in black and navy with white
tri "gray brown, etc., prettily made up, perfect,
fitting. fr onm *$*.' to Io;.(O' See our colored un-
d4Arkirts in muwrerzed silk from $1t.5 to $:.50 3'
RKuinmg values in Knit. All Wool, Fleeced and
Mied Underwear. Our Fall and Winterstock of
the. goods were .selected with a view of pleasing
Flannelettes and Outings
Its4 ,.ttvk. most l beautiful colors in plain arid
tn4'y. '.. :. I''. 12, 1' and Is .
In Dress Goods!
We-present this season an array of values 'in
o.ur 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. Whip Cord,
Plain and Striped Cheviots and suiting for ladies'
skirts, Herrenbone Venetian, Corded. Metalic,*
Pann and and Plain Velvets in all colors,
French a-iI G(rini t Flaniunls and Challies for
Waists in Persian. Plain ana 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 flogr 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.
A large stock, beautiful colors and deagns,
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 Iand unbleached, from 44c
up. See our yard-wide unbleached at 5c. Best
goods for the price in Ocala.
Many beautiful novelties in Cockled Persians
and Persian stripes for Ladies' Waists, also plan
Colors all grades and all prices, see our hudsohe
assortment in black dress silks in Peau de' Soir,
Taffetta, Gros Grain, Armour, Duchess, Pads-
mare, India, Florentine, etc.
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.
We give splendid values on goods because, among other reasons, we our-
s elves obtain them, special opportunitiess 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 your headquarters.
THE OCALA BANNER, NOVIfYRrl 1 1901
THE OCALA BANNER.
herself growing stronger instead of t
weaker with each month. Instead w
of nausea and nervousness, there are c
healthy appetite, quiet nerves, and
refreshing sleep. The mind's con-
tent keeps pace with the body's t
comfort. There is no anxiety, no a
dread of the approaching time of g
travail. When the birth hour C
cowes, it is practically painless, the
recovery is rapid, and the mother G
find, her- lf abundantly able to
nurse her child. e
Favorite l'rt-cription contains r
nu alxlhol, neither opium, cocaine, le
Ir atin\ other nmarctic.
SAck wotimen art invited to con- h
'ilt I r. 'Pirce bI, letter free of e
.lha rkI and -, obtain without cost to
lAn ZXam, Ute.
The subject of this sketch, brought
Into so much prominence by the re-
cent White House incident, is not
without honor to himself, his race and
his section, and everywhere is encour.
aged and commended by the white
press, pulpit and people of the south.
He was born a slave; after he was
set free, was a bootblack and a waif
upon the streets. He was educated in
the Virginia schools established for
the education of the negro youth and
malitalned by taxation, nine-tenths
of which or more, is cheerfully paid
toy white property owners.
Thle shows the door-way open in
the th to the fruoal, industrious
sad ambitious nsero youths.
Thmre a among thie mwe prmper-
e mn uieteed merchants, doctors,
lawyers editoss, presachers, school
aeMms, cotractorn, mechanler and
hfm a bootblack Booker Washing
Iea has become the head of a great
fWteon hundred pupils attend the
Tubkeege institute and a large num-
ber of skilled and trained men, all
coleed, are employed as inotructors.
The lIstitution is located in the
seoth and is protected, and Washing-
ae 's hbams upheld, by the state gov-
erament la which the college is lo.
(ly ki d treatment by the people
ia the lefllity ia whieh the college is
No elMsh, no friction, no distur-
beseM of ay sort, has been heard
siam te college was tabIshed, and
p b MW ad visitors my that the I
pmI sMt ad under-profmes of the
iatStem tach good morals and
ge- ia ser*ond conduct themselves
sa t1aW M tti in a way that have I
w- iem golden opinloos from all I
Si .1 f ok I
If he w t people of the soath
we half as bad as they are painted, .
as -emh hitary f this tistittion
euld be wAlti-.
Neese yet living in.-sm@=ber 8
when Pruience tCamdae, a youngI
quaherem, miSaMhd ashool for
W* euirhM lM she d i town
of amnerbury tathe good old state of t
Omeett. m L ~he was vilted by the
lea g Cimmm of the viliU e bhr.
them shael was yet esilalishatd and4
adM that It she earried her design into
emMstuta she would bring dlgraee
and Ishmoy upon the eommunlty. I
--. m U'n- '
It does this by a pre-natal pre-~
paratio in which the mother finds t
handed at Verdin, IUanoi.
They met even a worse fate. They
were shot down like mad dogs and
based over the country the same as
Again the governor refused to give
hem protection and the press and the
iulpit, instead of boiling over with
righteous wrath and Indignation
against the heartless treatment of
these men, whose only offense were
hat they belonged to a different race,
were as omniously silent as so many
Does it not go without saying that
he crocodile tears the northern pulpit
nd press are shedding over the ne-
ro's treatment in the south, is the in-
,irnation of yellow hypocrisy and
The south is taxing herself for the
education and elevation of the African
ace. Out of moneys cheerfully col-
ected by self-imposed taxation, she
as builded them school houses in
very southern neighborhood, hamlet,
own and city, andBooker Washing-
between the United States and the N
npire of Japan. M
Ex-Senator Call is now a citizen of
readla and may enter the primary
ce for United States senator. I-
Teddy wanted to ride on the engine e
nterday. As a grandstand player
is too palpable. -Atlanta Journal.
It is now not believed that Hon. 8.
. Sparkman will enter the race for
- 8. senator.
There is a wild rumor that King
ward VII has cancer of the throat. "
Vant to Get Well? .
THE BEST CHILL AND FEVER
TONIJ MADE. IT HAS CURED
THOUSANDS AND ITS SALE
PRIC(E21-S AND 30 CENTS.
THE OCALA BANNEE, NOVgN tgR I 19ol
She persisted in her purpose and w
arrested and escaped conviction an
punishment by a technicality. An a
Was paseed by the state legislatu
closing the schooL The news of ti
passage of the bill was received by tl
ringing of church bells and oth
demonstrations of popular favor I
the inhabitantsof that commonweall
who are now shedding great, bil
salty, bitter, copious tears over tl
negro's treatment in the south.
Pending the passage of tt
bill, shops and meeting house
were closed against the young enthi
siast and her pupils; rides in public
conveyances were denied them; phj
sicians would not wait upon them
the well was befouled with filth; tb
school building was assailed with rol
ten eggs and finally set on fire an
burned to the ground.
Tuskeegee college, located in a re
mote ex-slave state, has uo such his
From the start Booker Washington'
hands were uplifted and supported
his worth and ability at once recog
nized and the educators and press o
the south of the Caucamian race gav<
him his distinction and his promi.
He was a guest at the Atlanta fail
and it was there that he made the
speech that made him famous.
The teachers and mechanics he
turns out from his institution are no
wined and dined nor admitted to the
drawing rooms of the white people of
the south, but they are given employ-
meat, which very much better.
How is It with the people who are
painting us in odious colors and pelt-
ing us with bad language?
The echoes of a presidential cam-
paign has scarcely died away since a
cargo of strong, able-bodied men, of-
fending only in the pigment of their
skins, left the state in which Booker
Washington's college is located and
went to seek honest employment in
the state of IlUlcots.
Their welcome was the unfriendly
shot gun. They were not permitted
to warm the soll of Illinois with their
footprints. The poor, nofoending
features, were kept penned like dumb
driven cattle and wer refused even
a drink of cold water. The republi-
can governor of the state refused to
live them protection. The pulpit and
pess, so loud-mouthed against the
nouth for theslightest oIem-4d made
no outcry against the trstment they
reeelved tI the states of Abraham Ln-
eota, and the hungry, sarvilng
wrteh~ ad it to seat tbacek to their
mouthena homes and like prodigats
were tak bacik and given food, shel.
Ier, ralment and employment.
How does tht speaqMk br the brtal,
Thi was at Paa, in Illinois, not
ana, in Galileo, where Jesuse was, be.
maus he seems to be a stranger in
ana, and soon thereafter at second
argo left the same state and were
HUBARD K MACFF
H A: R: D ..W.A.R-E
HARLD. AG RE .
OORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURAL I MPL
ARBED WIRE. CUT AND
WIRE NAILS, PAINTS
OILS, VARNISHES. AT-
LANTIC WHITE LEAD,
ALL KINDS OF
GLASS AND PUTTY.
MENT8, DEERE PLOWS,
PLANET Ja. GROVE CUL-
TIVATORS, ALL KINDS
OF GARDEN TOOLS,
which he nor we are not responsible.
But as he stands here to-day largely
less than half a century freed from
the badge of slavery, we are not
unwilling to place him beside his fel-
low-countrymen in Africa, in Hayti,
in South America, in Cuba, or any
other country where he resides in any
considerable numbers, and feel sure
that he will not suffer in the compari-
We have tried to civilize him, Chris-
tianize him, and are educating him,
and if he does not develop into a good,
law-abiding and industrious citizen, It
will not be for the want of good ex-
amples and good influences.
The negro seems to be doing well
enough where he is and will be very
much better if left alone.
Let the northern press and pulpit
who refuse to welcome the negro to a
home hi their own states, and yet
make such a to do over his treatment
in the south, carry their crocodile tears
and bellowings to Bulgaria or some
Booker Washington and Tuskeegee
institute are the south's rebuke to her
Booker T. Washington was dined Wednesday
by Treasurer Tyler, of Yale. President Hadley
has asked him to dine with him also, and other
invitations are on the way. This seems to in-
dicate that clever and independent persons are
earaiag to exercise the "Sae art of discrimi
iatlon"with colored men aswith whites.-World
The editor of the World should by
0l means invite the distinguished
educator to dine with him also so its
southern readers should have some-
hing for which they "could exercise
their fine art of discrimination," and
transfer their affections to some other
Florida is the only state in the Union that
Motects English sorrows, crows and rice birds.
Sis against Florida law to hawe one in your
session either alive or dead. Our state gov-
rument is getting to be everybody's daddy. -
Why, yes-even to directing the martial affairs
f Henry H. Plagler.-Santord Chronicle.
Don't the wit, the wisdom and satire
f some newspapers freeze you?
General John B. Gordon, the most
distinguished living ex-Confederate
military chieftain, is now a citizen of
lorida. He has purchased himself
home in the beautiful east coast
A New York preacher took a little
yer in Wall street recently and came
at $80,000O ahead. The same good
wck might not follow next time, so
th example had better not be follow-
Through trains are not always best.
x-Governor Hogg, of Texas, took
n a4commodation, stopped over at
eaamont and happened upon an oil-
ad deal that netted him ZI1,000,000.
A Wiscomlnsin tramp drank a quart
1 whisky the other day and died.
ven Bro. Godwin will admit that r
is flSid is not without itsgood qwal- J
lee if taken in heroic doses.
Caleb Pwers was again found guilty
i an accomplee in the murder of 4
overaor Ooebel. On the rendering
F the verdict women cried and rush-
I to him and kissed him.
An exchange pertinently remarks
at the proposed Episcopal eman
aeerning divorce and remarriage
appears to have been spiked.
Marquis Ito, of Japan, paints a M
owing picture of the growing trade 5
J. F. EDWARDS'
BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,
Gaiesville n d Ocala. Fla.
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The JuAg aid leg Tnade N.a w 15ht0
A trial Oran wM .ee you that w-"ae the ne.' .rmaea wih ik e.
Torsmmazious toles e.JA~m .
S It is not claimed that
Heney and Tar will cure Con
sumption or Asthma i.a .adva
stages; it holds out no such fabe
hopes, but does truthfully claim to
always give comfort and relief i. the
very worst cases and in the early
stages to effect a cure.
BANNER SALVE is a tbeali wmi.*
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
__ THE OCATLA BANNER, NOVEMBER 1, 901.
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WA PD4IN C infig n cntact "iMth te
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dis'ON wu10 16. b av i 4 beum-ng
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as am &ago. Wohn OurOthrcter.
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lodto 00 bing If an&t a political pro-
-. U. S Iwo felod. lOnlight of
Owe -'- tsetyembay &ad derrug
a ruwounm whisk Ube all of his
wJl.as*%@ o b. rneImug bits and
"u., me"th0 SI"Wlu pohtical pro-
ae*~iawa for ~thre ase of Florida in
So snA -1Thbew will be four umand.-
404 &W Ow I'mised Mates Senator-
osthi e.oft* swat year. Mallory
ftwams 16W Wie: .l'oserit A Rd Ki fny row
16bsawabib; 4Wl ft m outh Florida.
taw roespest will smarry dow to Call
and lbs., ksay w heradia
ad H. N. IOUglverand the corporate
Ino'm" of atwase ~o Wi wpemaI..
Wwe W4m.te p..d.
ibses winl be awprimnary, Clall
vameaIk aO* Wty over all, the Amrt,
And *Pa. 3am ad "dCall IW now
bqaod as Atm" somd will spead bis
&w-6 amb inwbUlism-99
ismn ot.S* a truis Joews.then
of he mI ha b&vedo"s910100mOre
-1%0 Imws" of this papr will be
V. J. MEX BY &AC%.. Toledo, 0.
oftwe Family Pills arm the best.
0111 11111101issew" Tbwee
.~wowugi pal or wisely remark'%
iht t w. nou~bbing what a little
thrin ad roesommy con aevofaplish in
ems household, MWsad abc.any Ownu~-
and. aa b*4v psoph'. asit werte, uuite
,s,..awh as rvusri, riche- and itidelieu
Awft.-r radsilly atccusulate. A* Ilong
0, our ,1"4vc "Sepreatively poor. tby
Mowt jtt,3,wq-. we 14"w 1061 ilthe IW41II'IC
.of :h.ea "uatdNOW WV b.hldt 1a, 1tiuian-
.on.% is' galling ,aute-frtiou. All of
16b. 1ajtuarsl stivatagt* iu the world
un- "MOOIMaatm A utlevasthp.Ie- otpile l,O-
jitea' t w wutili rapidly doing things
inso me ..l'ttr wrw-t,int r.It is Igroinalg
*..f its 441 VSt % li%:lraVing its
#i.,i 'wintat it. Its. is utkidana fatoiries.
-..,.iiming ti,.rraw masaterial jul.'
tafla' *..8du I.-el*,u It 1.4 eKtloriuig
I kt *I.s- u 0. ass- I. I- V-
The Watchword of Woman.
Modesty is woman's watchword
Whatever threatens her delicate seuse
of modesty, frightens her. For this
reason many a woman permits dis-
eames of the delicate womanly organs
to become aggravated because she
cannot bring herself to submit to the
ordeal of unpleasant questioning, of-
kfenave examinations, and obnoxious
local treatments, which some physi-
cians ind necessary. Doubtlem
thomande of the women who have
takes advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer
of free consultation by letter, have
been led todoso by the escape thus
escape thus offered from a treatment
repagmant tomodesty. Any siek wo.
man may write to Dr. Pierce, Buf-
falo, N. Y., in perfect confidence; all
letters being treated as strictly private
and sacredly confidential, and all
answers being sent in plain envelopes
with no advertising or other printing
upon them. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has been long hailed as
"a God-send to women." It makes
weak women strong and sick women
well. "Favorite Prescription" con-
tains no alcohol, neither opium co-
calue or other narcotic.
"Where are Veer Wstlers?"
This is what a prominent gentle-
man in Baltimore, who is anxious to
push a big real estate deal in this
county, says after examining a sample
copy of the Ocala Banner. He says
after scanning its columns closely, he
fails to find the name of a single real
estate dealer and comes to the con-
elusion that Ocala is a slow and sloppy
place and is without hustlers.
So we again rise in our place to
may that it pays to advertise as it often
brinp returns in ways you know not
Here, for instance, some real estate
agent lost an opportunity out of
which he could have made enough to
pay for his advertising the balauce of
his natural life.
A Viag ee lcksmith *Saved is Little
Mr. H. H. Black, the well known
village blacksmith at Grabamville,
Sallivan county, N. Y., says: "Our
little son, five years old, ha* always
been subject to croup, and so had have
the attacks been that we have feared
many times that he woul.l die. We
have had the doctor and used many
medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is now our sole reliance. It
seems to dissolve the tough mucus
and by giving frequent doses when
the croupy symptoms appear we have
found that the dreaded croup is cured
before it gets settled." There is no
danger in giving this remedy for it
contains no opium or other injurious
drug and may tie given as confidently
to a babe as an adult. For sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
A Heat e*mpliment to Schley.
We think it was Job who devoutly
wished that his enemy would write a
*auok. It remained for Admiral Sehltey
to prove that Job had a deep knowl-
edge of human nature. Schley's uen-
my wrote a tbook, and the result is
that ~ebley Is the most completely
vindicated man who ever was criti-
cised. A microts-pic inquiry into hi-
t,,iuiitntt'ltr, a galltut oftkicer and a
complete gtntleman. No friend would
li3ve dotis' for h ia what his euemiis
have accomptli-b'tdi -fTaipa Htrahl.
Recommends it to Trainmen.
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You Are Standing i
In Your Own Light
If You Fail to Read This! f
TIE STAFF OF LIFI
As made. hre is pare. essan, whole-
anume and tnourihbiug. '%e have built
up a reputation lthe quality of our
And we take particular cafe that noth-
ing shb1ll detract from it. The best
flour, prepared by skillful hands in
clean, well ventilated rooms and per-
fectly baked In modem ovens, gives
our ecutomers bread unequaled even
by the very best home made article.
To grow strong. Unless we rt
gvmo meat we nuay as well let
it alone. There is no Ptremgt
in tough mest-intand of giv- I
I &Ig i t, takes stre.gthtodigm
4 it. It prays to be carefta li
bhuyinog mesat-be sure to ge
the bes-tender and eboks.
Pay a little more ir need bean
Sput sometlhing in your stomaeb
Swhichb will put fiesm a ye m
Stones a.d strong blood in. ywr
h and Doors,
BEIADY MIXED PAINTS T, E
S.A.HASETIsNt C0 0 0
Protects orchards, gardens, cotton,
coru, tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,
and all other fruits and vegetables
from the ravages of iltt'cl"t without
the use of 1.)i.son orspray. Send $1.N0J
for siuple tratt hy mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVFRY
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman.
6-2s Ocala, Fla.
See lo*al unoice in another column.
and fI CvXA I
FU N EERAL
T. F. THOMAs HAnRWARE AND REED CO.
RELIABLE AND TESTED SEEIa
GAINESVILLE. FLA.. September 2.,sgs.
We. the undersigned. truck growers o' Gainesville and vicinity, hereby cerlify that we fee--
bonght -eed of all kinds from Dr.T. F. Thomas. and that all seeds sold us have given general VS-
isfaction. We know Dr. Thomas to be a bu-iness man and a gentleman. and all of our desagp5 -
with him have been pleasant and satisfactory. We cheerfully recommend him to anyoMe waMtir,
anything in his line.
H. C. enton. J. A. Strickland. C.A. Colclough. A. AIsop,
J. N. Holly, 0 P. Cannon. J. A. Robertson, T. Dby.
F. R. Denbv. -. D. McDona;d S. H. Wienges. Maim & D tow',
A. L. Daughtry, J. H. Jarvis. T. F. Davis C. W. McDonaM.
Wm. Daughtry, F C. Crown. F. M. Ratasey. W. B. Crown,
w. p. Davis.
I hereby ce titv that the entlemen whose names are signed to the above are the tlaralt
growers of truck tor iraL-kc. :u thi --ect,',n and tothe best of my knowledge and belief the sq-I-
tures are gendine. H. C. DENTON. Clerk Circuit Court, Alachasa Coxtll
Write for prices.
T. F. THO)MAS HARDWARE AND SEED CO..
mrTTlM cnfi I 1nLJ i A K1T 1 1D A D'DTITDTT'C
. "pect'*I urreTn.lt- .e Ocala Bnnerr.
I Tl" h*.alilh ,of hi, ueigihkorhood is
Svery .Nre, although two of our young
Sfri-l., Liz: Mills and Jobu Curry
iare downi with continued fe,*r.
We have i4mn*-. colored neighbors
whliEwe rowst would be better than
their eotulauy. They visited our
him'il h use oi Sunday last, and we
h<,t.e it will wnt i1. repeated.
'rojp in this .ev.tion have turned
out very well, especially cotton.
Mr. Mainnie Wersion, of Clear-
water, is visiting relatives here.
Our school in progrewing very nice-
ly under the care of Mrs. Row.
We had a very interesting program
last Friday afternoon. The subject of
debate was, "Which was the greater,
MeKimley or Garfiela "' We have for
next Friday afternoon, the discussion
af "Notable events in the lives of the
The following is a list of pupils
averaging 80 per cent. or over in first
month'. examination: John Curry
BeaMse Mills, LeAie Curry, Stella Cur-
ry, Earnest Mills, Cattie Curry, Mary
Taylor, Belle Curry, Ollie Curry, Au-
nie Mills, Etta Curry, Brown Ross,
Willard Blitch, Bunyan Godwin, Lela
Alhertson. Ptr"i I
j To the Ladies: To the Gentlemen:
Each year's experience raises the Our stock of Men's and Boy's
standard in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Ready Made Clothing for the Fall
Garments, and, realizing this, we 0 and Winter season far surpasses any- A
have this year secured for our cus- N thing in this section as to Quality,.
tomers the latest and smartest styles || Style. Variety and LOW PRICE, a&4
to be had. These garments are well f if you are in the market for a new 3
made. of the very best materials, and U suit of clothes we can fit you out ati
we are selling them at remarkably prices that will astonish you. We-
low figures. We have them in large f can fit every one-the tall man-the
EE quantities, and therefore can guaran- low man-the.fat man-the leaa man.
tee a perfect fit. This line includes S -and last, but not always least, the.
WAISTS, SKIRTS, JACKETS AND hard-to-please man. See ourSHIRUT_
CAPES, for ladies, misses and chil- COLLARS, CUFFS, NECKWEAR
dren. Every article is a bargain at AND UNDERWEAR-they're right
the extremely low price we ask. No trouble to show them to you.
WE ARE HERE TO STAY, T EfAEI&'ORE CANT AFORi D TO MAKE ERISEPi-
RE EKNTATIOX WE WANT YOUR TRADE CONTINUALLY. AND WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT-GIVE UI4 A CHANCE TO PROVE IT.
THE BOSTON STORE.
Marion Opera House Block, Southeast Corner Public Square.
LiniLL ILL I"ILLAi IuminiiLiiiui"IumiUiiUiLimii iaiLiiLi1iiILLALuIIILiiL ILL ILL IL ILL I lsIi]
r -~r---r --- -y-- -- -Y--'Y ------------------I Y l I~~
I vvnvrnwrr msl7U' V 1-~1201
CALr4 ADHN.SIC A NUDL, sI&. J v J M, az. .. A
of Cod Liver (Ail is the means
of lie, and enjoyment of life to
thmmsand& men women and
When appetite fails, it re-
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh,it brings
the pfumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
%.%.dge; the thick end is food.
Cdut what i- the 1-- of food.
\.', n Vou hate it, and can't di-'
<* -' it.
S ,ott',, Emulsion of Cod
S, .*r 0 )il i thefood that make.,
i tort our stomach.
you have not tried It. send for
sample. its agreeable taste wi,
SCOTT BOWNE. Chemists.
.LO. Pearl Street. New ~'o-ai
50c. and St..00 .O druggists.
men as well as for the large num-
ber of naval stores and phosphate,
operators of this section. It is also.
the home of some of Ocala's leading
business men and their families. It Is
the only hotel in Ocala open summer
and winter alike.
Senetar Walerya OI Seal0.
Hon Stephen R Mallory, Flornda's
senior senator, has honored Ocala with
a two or three day's visit this week.'
Hehasnearlyrrecoved from a recent
ilness, and s gaining in health and
strength mueb to the gratifieeaton of
his friends. The sector will visit the
Oeala high sbool this morning and
give atalkto the sbolars, and will
leave thiaftrmnoo for Part lsgis tan
Company with apt. John L. Ingla,
to investigate the channel a# the
mouth of the Withlacooee river,
aad will make report at the forth-
coming sesioa of congreM as to the
advisability of deepening the channel
and improving the harbor. His visit
will mean much for this section of the
It has been the unbroken custom
of the democratic party o( Florida
since her admission into the Union,
before and after the civil'war, to give
two terms to her United States sen-
ators, and as he has endeavored to
faithfully represent the people of his
state, Senator Mallory will stand for
re-election, and feels satistfied of his
- -- success. *
r iMS TZ2UMVA MOTEL. The Senator made us a very pleas-
ant call and talked very freely upon
hotel public matters. He says that the
Te le on the Montezuma hot United States is maintaining an army
bo Mr. &8 M. Hannah having fallen of .43,000 soldiers in the Philippine
hreugh Mr. John P. Galloway has Islands and is likely to do so for many
hes the ams e under his own man- years to come, at an annual expense
g imeut and is running It up to high perhaps of a hundred million dollars.
This money is spent almost entirely in
Mr mark in point of suce n the islands and very little of it comes
Mr. (alesway has just had a twenty Ick to the United States, and under
p pamphlet printed in this office our present system of finance a large
ilug a description of it and a nice amount of money is locked up in the
wrmep of the city besides. treasury and does not enter the elan.
eu- se ty foinnels of trade. England, owing to her
We ambe the following excerpe: Boer war,is making a large expendi
That Ocala is the chief inland city, ture of money, and her government is
te great central metropolis of Florida feeling the pressure. France has just
ts =m admitted fact. That it has a had to negotiate a loan of 30),000,0000
Mrumaghly up-to-date all-the-year- franes. Germany is feeling a financial
e d htel faUly in keeping with the depression and bank failures are re-
gress of the city and the state, is a -ported in all parts of the empire. The
B< bire demonstrated. financial outlook is anything but hope.
Throughout the year (k-ala is a busy ful, and notwithstanding the splendid
city and her hotels must keep pace financial condition of the United
with her piogremiivenes.. This the States, a monetary crisis may break
Monttzumna has done and if anything upon the country at any moment like
,% to-.lay a little ahead. The winter a clapof thunder from a cloudles sky.
*4f 141-" will be an imniportant one in
the history of thi- lietel. While Ocala, Quantities of Phosphate in Marioa.
has ever >poued as a great tourist cenl. Mr. C. G Memiinger, <(e of the
err, e -h season she entertains thou-. pioneer Florida phosphate miners was
sandoftt.ourists and visitors. To these ; in Oala Monday and told a represen-
the Montezuuia accords a most cordial tative of the Times-l'uion and Citi-
welcome. The hoitie-like comforts, zen that he had amined near this
the excellent service aiAd the reasona- city some hard rock phosphatebeds
bit. rate alveal e;"tcially to this class, and found the deposits extremely rich
It is not necessary to own a gold mine and satisfactory. He says he finds
or an oil well to enjoy life at the Mon- considerable quuutities of phosphate
^m '!in this section of the state. To the
The Montezuma hotel has lnug Iwen questionn, "What are Florida's pros-
kmown to thetraveling public and un- pects in the minini industries?" Mr.
der varied management. It was, how- Memminger replied: "This state Is
@ver, with the purchase of the hotel not yet developed. There are miner.
and block by Mr. John P. Galloway al resources here that are not dreampt
that a new era and a new life con- of. The mining inttrets of Florida
neaced. Mr. Ualloway had for over will eventually greatly exceed the
ix year been identitled with the bus- place they occupy now. The proper
tnew interests of OcalM and his large development is needed." .
purehae was the resultbf careful fore- Feed Changed to Poises.
eight ahd with knowledge of the re- Putrefying food in the intestines pro-
quirements of a modern successful dutes effects like those of arsenic, but
bhetelry. Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the
At once radical changes were made, poisons from clogged bowels, gently,
not only In thp management, but in easily but surely, curing.constipation,
the house itself. The building from biliousness, sick headache, fevers, all
top to bottom was to be thoroughly liver, kidney and bowel trout.ol,
renovated, refurnished and modern- Only 25c at Garrett & Gerits'. 4
ised. New furniture, new carpets, the .
entire refttng of the dining room and "W.s. Prea ge Murdereh .
parlors, new bath rooms on each floor News reaches this city that W. B.
eqlipped with the best porcelain tubs, Pridgeon, while going to hi horne
et., were among the many needs at last Saturday night from. Morristwti,
ee supplied. And et, even now, near here, was shot from ambush. A
tn hardly a day but that some an by the name of N. McCoy was
finshing or extra toutche are being inu te vehicle with him and at first
suae. suspicion rested on him, but af.er au
examination of the facts he was fully
The Moutezuwa i< a large three- exhonorated. The coroner's jury h;f
story brick building ,-outaining over of inquest rendered the verdict that
fifty nrom~ with wide falljlength ve- Pridgeon came to his death at the
raudas on the secof d tiloron the south hands of parties unknown.
aud west siles It is particularly! From the Oealas venieg Star of
rioted for its beautiful dining room, April Ist, 190.
probably the most comfortable, both "We are indepted to Mr. George
summer and winter, in the state. The Chose for the finest cabbage and lettuce
large office and reading and writing we have ever seen grown in Florida.
room are located
lHere- are on til for the use of the and one of the most aecessful trucker
gueets the local and leading daily pa. in the state and he is a generous and
qerm of Jacksonville. Savannah, At- large hearted L he is prosperous."
lanta, Philadelphia, New York and Mr. Close bought his seed from the
other r prominent cities. old reliable seedsman J. B. Sutton,
In the past few months this house who handles only the best seeds to be
has bec ,me headquarters for traveling had especially adapted to Florida and
Stakes a specialty of the finest strains
of cabbage, egg plant, lettuce, onion
-e Uept Nis Le. and tomato seed. See display adver-
~~~ mamssUms tatDr. Tbechers i~ver sa
land Dow asmale. is other nearby us an"
alNM ls MMOO* mm abees "So""edwftb lUme
The Ever$$I"Stems b o.1 cer..n p aof
so lul bf. is su alle asm esmllbes.IWOer
aslbs pd smuolssome welRaw n lb
ma bmmetmwm &;Uv bsimlm
a" laV Sum b* WP-.
lohmbsl amathy msie muam-
a m -. m m -u
"ier alseoer I tesmedfivegus
anewad suldw h 9WU h
3~sI~sAmi u mh
m as AL -W b -po
11IUN oF EIt
EASILY'. 4tICKLLY ATD.,
LJIklr~lb DR. JEAN O'HARAYS
H IN DI r (Panis)GREAT FRENCH
TO4IC AND VITALIZER is old with written
guarantee to cure nervous debility. lot- vitality,
failing memory. fits. dizziness, hysteria, stops
all drains on the nervous system caused by bad.
habits or excessive use of tobacco, opium,
liquors or "living the pace that kills." It wards
of insanity, consumption and death. It clear%
the b1cod and brain, builds up the shattered
nerves, restores the fire of youth.and brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks, and makes yor. young
and strongagain. 5oc. 2 boxes $5. By mail to
any address. Anti-Monopoly Drug StOre. z
A new and complete treatment., comlstg t
Sappolories. Capules of ointment land
N Of Ointmet. A never-failing cure for
Pile of erynature and degree. It makes an
ocatitm with the knife, which is painful. and
oft resltais death, unnecessary. lboy en-
dare this terrible disease? We pack a written
gwuantee in each S box. Nocure. no pay. 0oc
a/di9 a box. 6 tsr $5. Sent by mail. Samples
INTENTT UWC AND 5OC.
SCured. Piles Prevented. by
I I Jlapenese w lverPellets, the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
puifier. Small, mild and pleasant to take; es-
pecally adapted for children's use. Fifty doses
25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. a
. t the VNw Novel riu ry
Cures (onorrhoea and Gleet in one to f'>ur day.
Its action is magical Prevents stricture. A.1
co ..plett: ro be carried in vest pocke... Sure
preventative. Sent. by mall in plain package.
,.repaid, on receipt of price. $s per bo:., thrse
for 2.50. Anti-Monopoly Drng S pre. Ocala. Fla.
A Gaflor of PVRN L2INSSED OIL m14
with a Sub= of
maim2 pOfusothvm uWsrPAM~
Ub te WOmw
0f PontbiLI 'AR NOuz nuuAmW than
Prax"p~dUzvuIa&and I a ASwrLuvmyOT Fori-
Soxovs,]WAXAN aaPAIN? is ma"d. o t I uI"
PAN r' AIi MUD-W groun&11IKood_ T ICI.Me.
MA.:.37yb~yemnado IIt- IsistM comma us
&,W10Id~ AIR?. NO BRIT= pdMOMbonaf
aT 0010ost arid Is
50? To CRAM LWI 33, Pumm 4w (am.
S -ild az i anteed by
THlE AMIEhT 0U
Ferry's fles. If you
buy cheap seeds you can't
b. e sure. Take no chanew-
flJ rI. 's Deaiers every -
wh-.re sell them. Write
-r 19W Seed Anual-
SM. ALFEoY & Co..
Call and Examine
We have them in great varet-te latet styles-t the k. s prices
Men's Clay W'ntsiRSod&s at #A ^rS.fine all wool sutosat
a good puit at $4.00; Pant, k e aud upwardN; U- -- -
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS f
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISES
S^SHOE8 AND NOTIONS
AB at perimto it the ttmat
R. FROST'S STORE n
a. mL i.ATWGS
J. *. 33T7E
LETTUCE, BEAN AND CUK BASKET.
CANTALOUPE AND FCARLTE CR4TX.
Orange Box Material -
PATENT VENTILATED PRODI CE BARRELS
9"- WE MAKE THE BEST ON THE EASNET ,
Rough and Dressed Lumber and Building Materials
S. A. STANDLEY Ocala Fla.
Horses and Mules, Dadies, Waos, and Marnm.
J. H. MORTON. W.. D. ORTON
OC ALA LUMBER COMPANY
(Also Sseoossor to VTakee ovuelt4 Works)
Rough and Finishing Lumber, Mantles
School Desks, Church Seats,
Tables, Door and Window Frames, Railings, Pulpits. Bet drnm
Suits, Kitchen Tables and Safes, Moldings,tIurned Work.
Scroll Sawing, 'Lath, Shingles, Etr.
PATENT AE u v s A SPE 1CIALTY.
:?"Estiinates promptly furr hed.
GUBA LANDS FOR SALE
IN TRACTS TO SUIT PURCHASUR
CLOSE'TO HhmIIA-RAILIOAD lUIl TIUO I= T1I U |
Terms-IO Per Coeat. Sash-SI a Aere Per eMl Per a4wmam
These lands are located in the "Vuelt A jo'" district which
& produces the finest tobacco in the world, rd aredeecialUy ar
to Citrus Fruits Vegetables. Piueapples and aanasM. There is
now bein pleated on this tract five hundred acres i orangr. TIe
SsoiI.a r.gray sandy loom. Santa Maria and Santa Clara rivers
both run through tbls tract.
Per Further Partleilar Apply to s
THE AMERICAN LAND COLONY
Prado 126, Havana, Cuba.
mu.y + EGeo.S.Hacker Son.
Do not be deceived by those who ad-
vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
$20).O. Thisklnd ofa machine ean
UII s r roumP.V0'J' tWIo
We MARK A VA"ICTy.
THE NEW HOnE IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weakne of Sewing Machines. The
aimbleFe" U'1 miailn wit wialh ok
. n muArn
.- -^ -
^rviA T A
THE OCALA BANNZED, KOVZxISki R 1901.
AN On blood in your bedo pine through
vwhwm emse- m hrm miaute&
Wkidys awe youa
blood pw~ml they fWU
Ow out the waste or
111pOSrlitlesin the blood.
N tbey wesick or od
of tmmis. tefanlto d0
Is corne from Sa-
CONS dric acid in the
bleed. &ueto. Cmmgetd
11100w.b mm.quick r -u-A-a
bu" mewad emsam hlas tho66
d" bhad mn wabb. bec t b eant le
onw-wsutoq ompying thick. kidoey-
It imi tbeommems th ea yUrsy
ftemb-n m tbe *od to thekidnys
bu ew moonsit. 0 c peI I that nearly
d o -- Omn hae h begin-
you anui"kyo es nmake no Wmstcah
by lestdiewoug Ow kid"Y..7.Themild
001 mr 40sur t a# Dr. Kihmrows
S~4~ tdo greatkmkdey rernedy ks
MW h mi t sedetheA highest for Re
womedw ow1es of te ~ dismaslg cases
God IsDOW ORmItsmuthat
by am &ucala fitoy-
aim ed oin*-flw z-
as. You easy hews
mwvWUbeetle by emall mw
6m. aba telw "Oftyou hw find
owot f you hae skidney or biadder trouble.
thi por whammoufig Dr. Kka
a Ce.. iN,. Y.
A aqwmuual dmmpseehits. tair New Or-
to kmyuuw smsuding Itkw re.4.nted
00 10160u at POSsVIAuseMy.thaVt sa great
duml f ~@sae'nt boo bmaern eyes
on P*'medam e.Isbommewktmlwa
am POr. MG4a,4 f Nw Omraoe.eu'who
says"rd sshUmaumstoittl, had given
a Onu'SSEAWam satumm G(sdoil ffom a
am r~tohOw tity io hihgr~ndeIwtro.
6mm.m"A that it ww of same gradle
mobp ew.p~oi ftess mrou t product.
* ?bb E'.swUemiudUSd"sing from osuh 11
aft.meau'b-selt'r. wasno it doubted,
bet so, mmake the matter desubly iaure
amines of tthp k leuaAnd we-ru swatto
a Scral atrwis" &ad that gentbrimsn
Ondoeldedswith Imot.Meta to every
T~bgs oil go. eeetaaly ino fake, and
ffr'ms.. a~aprSViIw there' to mn oim-
sad "4*..9ltwumsmb tIii.' avr"o. .It
gs Ueionulp 4e4e"tinmuesaly in the as-
W" q..f tshe ay. titer .liseabtet.'.and omb
e~rqug 0 te'toic e unele'prrtnth that
ftwjmrtajy hls e~emsm I( what 10 be-
NWewd U.be mosuphelt cOw bit ummee n-a
hemueht Qup-. -4UNtomi (mIIRepourte'r.
Ewor ew a somber of w
Oggqwq% when bu-g.ame nore snd
Vashed wmith q a re urged to go to
am aelUwasser. IDlest too an exile
I.Kingg' New Illsevaw'r for
omplismwill c'um ynu at home.
Use.thw Me aft im iald e idicime for
mem._ .'L di.,adeN throws and long
Ibp DamdW meW that the rare
resm-I qhdW mapiin themimuth
aw qviebmelim ofithe sort borm
pvtttt, ad m IW- -an M84 10nbcoe
p@04imdhis ha mabeet h)pwerisy it
1tw louesuader mt irs I atidesIn
earthe w gb vv t-Weeblmgto
-& ~ sm e rstt useteand
I a"e end 41bainhewriaan ts (o,
I sv.us aW I 'lrfbma srvmedyand
and of 140 be aanpat metlseide'.' SB)
r pa Ship,. 4 Pniev.uArft. "it
Ourd W leu"yfl. .I ts5UtA
VWWW If(them U646' u it. T1e
40J.ft -0"0wina hib iso'f e'ir'to. Vru in
Ohe game S-v~ ""m make' it a tav.'r.
isi.c qverwhere ar sale lohAlt
06~t~046-08,01 Muf "6Ort'I
4.0too %4 kit it do ied i it. -I ~
8" 4.a .l.ti t tlk 4f'ikWv the tI.,
OMIJ-644.%*s, til4 e"I fir 0It.' -sqa"-.
Weted ds e a hrt.
A Mim-ourl editor who has bucked
Udo on joh printing until exasperated,
0s3 os the Newcastle, (Pa. .) ews, feels
HWte.r sineU moved to publish the fol.
bowing: "The editor in soon to buy a
shirt. $trantge and extravagant as it
May seem, we have determined to do
to. With tliii end iu view we wish
the dealerM to submit sealed bids, si-
that the johl may be. let to the lowest
bidder. Quality and style don't count.
Any old thing will do. Send in your
. .To Cre.. Cough.
._Stop (oughing as it irritates the
1^^_ --A -A ._*_ 11 a- _- *
" The Montezuma Hotel,
To raise good fruit
you must have Potash.
at least 8 to Ioo% of
results on fruits of all
Iuuuu, and glaesI them no chance
to heal Fole)'.. Honey and Tar Cures kinds.
without causing a strain In throwing
o tbe phlegim like common cough Write for our pamphlets, which should
exzeetorant&. Anti-Monopoly Drug 1e in every farmer's library.
.tore. They are sent free.
B-C ass Wso- o. GERMAN KALI WORKS,
One hundred and ten df the finest 93 Nam StS., NWo Yw-k.
ring horses of Buffalo BiHll's Wild
Wstar show were killed in a wreck COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE.
"ear Chat lotte, N. C., last Monday.
(ytonel ('ody's favoritlesaddle hor TNDR AND BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN
was ainong the number. He estimates order granted ou the inth day of March A.
S: o. by the Hoc. Robert Bullock as county
his lss at O l,01. judge in and for Marion county state of Florida.
,, ..i at..l. ts -cti.,ru..wa.. alo in t he matter of the estate of MARTHA JONES.
Forepaugh aud el circus was also deceased. I the undersigned duly appointed as
In a week the smea e day near New commissioner therein hereby give notice that,
Orleans. Sver:ul elephants and other I M day of .V eembx A. D. 90oi.
animals escaped buit were finally cap-* between the hours of it a. m and 2 p. m, the
tred .ar -aton ...Rouge. same being the first Monday in said month, I
tred near aton Rouge. will offer for sale. and sell. at public auction, to
-- oathe highest and best bidder forecash, in front
Fr F M-8r8w4SSA of the south door of the court house at Ocala,
the following described real property as the pro-
BeoJ. Inger en, of glutton, Ind., perty in fee simple of Martha Jones at the time
h- no .t .....n .or ..e of her death, and located in Marioncounty.
My. h e had not poktM na Orda o V Florida. viz: Lot lettered "G" on that map or
whimper for months, and one bottle of plat made by T. Rickards of Joseph Cald-
well's sub-division of the Alvarez grant. said plat
Poley'e Hodey abd Tar restored his being recorded in the public records of karips
vo su.r.e. yo.... e F '. A ntI- county. Flotida. in deed book lettered ''" at
vok. Be -nre you got Foley's. Anti- pa 74!, said lot being more particularly de-
IMnopMoly n ltoe. m .scribed as bounded on the north lots lettered
oo ly -, g .. and "P", and on the south by lot lettered
S --- R" Ps shown by said plat. Le. however, from
The s V Stitg say. the above ten acre tract, six acres on the east
side thereof sold by the said Martha Joes in
Qween Willelmlna has already re- her lifetime to Aguta Brown, wife of charge
celved fom erroyal-subjects a 10,000 M. Brows. thus leavringfour acres remaining as
............ ---a .... o a the property of the said Martha Joses, and
rdmle. which I will ofer for sale under and by virtue
-- ------- of the order aforesaid.
Twe et Persretpta for Malaria SUMTER A BULLOCK.
(Cills and fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonic. It is
simply Iron and quinine in a tasteless
'ormen. No cure-no pay. Price 20c. +
It is suggested that sugar cane and
casavas should be the slogan of the
mouth Georgia and Florida farmer,
and the velvet bean should no: be
Infant mortality is something
frifhtful. Nearly one-quarter die be.
fore they reach one year, one-third be-
fore they are five, and one-half before
they are lfte'en The timely Use of
White'* C(eam Vermifuge would save
a pmjority of these precious .lives.
Priee 25 cents. Anti-Monopoly:Drug
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
V NOTICE IS HIREKY GIVEN BY THE UN-
_ dernae d that on the
.Wi6 ds. of .A .e-er AAD. 1901.
he will applI to the board of pardons of the
otate of Li'ida. at Tallahasaee within said stat..
fir a pIrdom o0 the crime of larceny of a certain
cow alieqed to have bee the property of one
Je Ie W IReyolds of whidc he wa .convicted
e the yid day of April *. D. qguo. at the spring
term of the circuit court for the county of
This Octoetr o. ir' .
Il I CHRIITOP'HER C HIGGINBOTHAM.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
NkOTIC IS HERRBY GIVEN THAT R. W.
PEKGtl'tO' purlhaser of Tax Certificates
No ih, aid dated the .th. April. A. D. S82,
has Blee said certifcate in my office and has
made application for tawdeed to isue in accor-
dance with law taid certificates embrace the
foowtg destcnhed property situated in Marion
cssty. o Mloneda.-to-wit southeast quarter of
usuthwet quarter section 31. township 13. rage
It. 40 acrs. Southwest quarter of southwest
quarter smcti 31, townlshp 13. range 21 40
acres. The said land benag asmeed at the date
es the lasuce of such certificate is the name
of t'nk ewn. t'nles said certificate shall be re-
deemed accor n to law. tax deed will issue
thereon s the zed day of December. A. D. igor.
l111 S. T. SISTRUNK,
Clerk Circuit Court. Mariom County, Florida.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CRED-
I the District Court of the raUted States for the
touther IWtrlct nf Plorida.-In Bank-
In the matter of 7ack C. Chambliqs vs. Elhanan
I Coplery. Bankrpt -In Bankruptcy.
lo TE CREDKITORS OF ELHANAN J.
COi'rLY. of lais. in the county of Marion
and dlsgiict aforesaid a bankrupt.
Noticr I hbert.v gvven that on the 5th d-y of
(it: .'er A l itis the said Elhanan J. opley
was duly dijudtcated bankrupt and that the Air-t
meeting ol hi4 crrditorn will be held at the office
Of H L Andermun. F. in Oca(kla Fla on the
It4I dar r I '.r ertA,. A. 1. 90z.
It. .-cwk inathe foreroon, at which time the
.aIid redst r mv" attend, prove their claimI.
apptKet a truster examine the bankrupt and
Itranact01 mh other >,tsunes as may properly
tm r l'hrttr FalF m meeting
r E. VOYLK.
keReree in Bankrbptcy.
j% I?4l'~~GIENTit AT UN ER
atilt il 4'ecTee rt ude: ed On
i :'.. : a 1 t:r, es. 't~fh &it
It i h ,. N*7cCORM 4,CK NNEAL
-f -*,.; t it --,I '11,11.1.1V- Uf LOCK and
~ ~' -~;i *., cl v tll~ruitewertedefen6-
.it 2 u ''i-r I -tiil appointed in
I-,~ .'% I. Ir the %.iWC. will oil
= : I' In Iri tr't of the
*~ ~~~ ,.*. ':V,:uC01utv. Fl-Otjda.lf-
.*~ mtw ~ -.t, the hihltei-t and best
TAX DEED NOTICE.
WHEREAS, C. H. HARGRAVES HAS PR E
seated to me Tax Certificates No. S8S. 893,
914. 920. 1291, 1294. 1a96. as. 1324. 1325.. 136,
sale of August 7. di9, covering the following
land in Marion county. Florida, to wit: north-
west quarter of southeast quartet and west
quarter of south half of northeast quarter of
sotitheast quarter section 15. township 4Q. range
21. !o acres; southeast quarter of northeast quar-
ter except a210o feet square in northwest corner
section 16, township 14. range 21. 39 acres: south
half of northeast quarter of northeast quarter
section z2, township 14 range 2t. ao acres; north
half of southeast quarter except north halt of
northeast quarter of northeast quarter of south
east quarter section 22. township 14. range 21,
75 acres: southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and north half of north half of southeast quarter
section i2. township 15, range :i, 8I acres; south
ha!f of northwest quarter section 14. township
15. range iS. 8o aces: northwest quarter of south-
west quarter section 17. township 15. -*age is,
40 acre.; southeast quarter of northwest quar-
ter section 27, township 5, range 18, 40 atras;
northwest quarter section i, township 15. range
1g. 06o.oz acres; southeast quarter of northeast
quarter section im. township t5. range g19. 40
acres; southeast quarter section 12. township .5,
range 20.15 0.36 acres; and upon said certificate
has demanded from me a tz deed.
Therefore. after the expiration of thirty days
from the dateot this notice, unless redeemed, it
is my intention to issue a tax deed to the said
Dated Sept. 30, IgoI.
(Seal) S T. SISTRUNK,.
19-4 Clerk Circuit Court
NOTICE OF APPLIC47AION FOR TAX
Nf TWICE IS HRREBY GIVEN THAT C. H.
SCOON ER. purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
16-3. dated August -th. 187q. has filed said cer-
tificate in my office and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said cettificate embraces the following described
property situated in Marion county. Florida,
to wit: commencing at a point 2.a8 chains west
of southeast corner of northeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 36. township 15 south.
range 22 east, thence west 13.33 chains, north 3
chains. erst 1333 chains south 3 chains, 4o0 acres.
' The sad land being -asesed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the name of Mrs.
E.E Mixon. Unlesssaid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to Jaw. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 2th day of November. A. D. 19oI.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
o-25 Clerk Circuit Count.
,NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEEII UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TER 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA.
1TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.M.
J.CARMICHARL purchaser of City Tax Cer-
tificate No 58 date t 4th. day of Sept. A. D
199. ha6filed said certificate in mp ace, and has
madeappication for tax deed to msue m accor-
dance with law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated in Marion
county Florida. to wit: est half of lot 2. block
3S. old survey Ocala. The said ?adm being as-
ses-ed at the date of issuance of such certificate
in the name of Carmachael & Son. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according to law.
tax deed will issue thereon on thec :t*h day of
SNovrember. A D 19ol.
Wities my official signature and seal this the
:ih. dav ot October. A. D 1i9.
.S-.1 [Seal' Clerk Circilt Court
Of Application tor Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
Chapter 4SS8 Laws of Florida.-
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRED
ebber purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
1o06. dpted the -rd day of October. A. P. iool. hnas
filed said certificate in my office, and has made .
application for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law .id certificate embraces the follow- |
inug dec-ribed property situated in Marion coun- I
tv. Florida. to wit: north half of northeast qw~r- t
teir section 2-. township 14. range 22. 9 acres.
The .id laud being assessed at the date of the
issuance ot such certificate in the name of James
Mason. Unle-satid certificate shall be redeem-
ed according to law.'tax deed will issue thereou
on the oth day of November, A. D. 19o:.
Witness muv official signature and seat this
the ::,d day of Otober A. D. 1901.
S1-4 4Seal) S. T SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit C.,urt of Marion County. Fiorida.
-NO C 9--
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
I ,f Flori.a in and for Marion County-Inl
J. P. Gallowny. Prop.
......... RATES W2.0 PER DAY .....
0:. OPEN Taw YEAR ROUND .:
Uwder Entire New Mamagement. Related and Relft smtnik
New Balk R am Bei Table service.
Wb A THOROUGHLY MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOTEL. -f
COMMERCIAL BANK. OCALA.
[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
CAPIT A T 50,000O
Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Buliness Entrusted to our Care. *
Exchange Bought and Sold.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS .
Florida Agricultural College
LAKE CITY, FLA.
EIONTECUTN YEAR---.BCeiR1S SEPTEMBECR S TN M, 1W.
Four courses of four years, in Agricullure, Mechauleal Eno-
gineeriug, Latin-eSience, Classics. One year's course in bUsi-
news: Stenography, Typewriting and Telegraphy. A prepewa
tory course of one or two years, a* required, for thosee wisbing to
prepare for the college. Post-Grbduate course are also offered.
Young men under military diicpline. Young women under
refining home influences at ostrer Hall. Fine modern buildings
Sand first class equipment. Tuition free to Florida students.
Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
T. H.ITALIAFERRO. C. E., P. D., PrefMdent.
^.I I II-I I I I I i- /
III I f IIa~ I II I
Pure Juices from Naural Roots
SleaTses theSys, Mdmi ui.
CpUrES aladia, IhIms. iU
, Weak tloma 8sad
-a--- y ---r.-* AEa
For sale by- Anti-Moopolj Drug Sre
The plant System
-TWE GREAT TEUUEW CAB LINE TOf OI3Ae-
SThe Atlantic Coast Line.gvia Charleston, Rich-
T A mond and Washington.
Via all rail j
The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Colum-
bia and Washington.
The Southern Railway, via Jesup, -Atlanta
Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery.
Southern R'y, yia Sav. *Columbia & Ashville
Mobile'& Ohio via Montgomery.
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company
for New York, Philadelpia ald Boston.
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trans-
portation Company for Baltimore and Philb
Via Norfolk and Steamer for New York, Wash-
ington and Baltimore.
Key West and Havana.
Via Port Taompa and
The Peninsular and
'TNova Scotia and Prinoce Edwards Island
Via Bostou an>I the Canada, Atlantic and Plant 8tearhship Line.
* *-* *
F. R. AbbeM Jr, Mxr.
THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 1, 1901.
Mncemeat in blk, also in 51b glass jars. you, and under no circum- red pitted Cherries.
SCook's Flaked Rice, Grape Nuts, Postum stances do we allow mis- In Fish, we have Shrimp, Lobsters, Salmon,
. Cereal. representation. Salmon SteaK and Salmon Cutlets.
S"THE QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE."
To appreciate the variety and quality of this line
you should call at the store and see them. We have
Sand give you just what you want, Guaranteeing
"- Prices Second to None-Quality Considered.
--- 4 -
articles of food that we are receiving, and it will pay
you to call and see them. It is our pleasure to show
4 them. Below we mention some of the numerous
AMP- 0 -0p a
goods recently received:
_ THE ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS.
Hecker's Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour. Remember if you want Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits.
3 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 21b packages, supply that too. Jams of all flavors in Ilb jars.
SPlain Buckwheat, Grahpm and Rye Flour. It is economy to buy the Cranberries, also Cranberry Sauce.
Ralston's Breakfast Food. best, as you will find by buy- In crackers, besides a full and complete as-
_- Pancake flour and Whole Wheat flour in 51b ing Chase & San- sortment of fancy cakes to sell by the
l packages and I21b sacks. born's F a m o u pound, we have in packages the "Iner
Pearl and Granulated Tapioca. "Seal Brand" of Seal" brand Oysterettes, Milk, Browmes,
SFarina, Rice Flour and Kingsford's Corn Coffee and Tea, Sugar and Champagne Wafers, Ramona,
Starch. which is absolutely the best Athenas, Social and 5-O'clock Teas; also
Jellies in lb glass jars, b stone crocks and put up anywhere. Cracker Meal, Oyster Crackers, etc.
S In Canned Fruits we have Apricots, Peaches,
Sno and 3ol wooden buckets..
Sand 3o wooden buckets. We have oods to suit Pears, Plums, black and white Cherries,