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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: November 8, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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THE


OCALA


BANNER.


The paper "Of the PeoDle. for the Pononlanrid hb vh ha thcrnQ"


Am m & F-IR N- 1-9 L A YE
InMSM ts. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1901. DOLLAR A YEAR.


UWe*W -ws Pam wIaL. L erW Mr. William P. Haidey bha gone to
* aim at1 1M Mo U EAs weo Thempa eto sped several weeks recup-
a nm.v a~AMe w m' maT em g after his re4cet severe alnemss.
UN =M Wax am10; 101111 U Mm. A. Harri, who has been
. s e ma Un g o""ue eUlamives In Georgia ai the
S, s b M Oamltheg"eIt of F. E.

Si l. CaMrie C. Smith, who is so
wA knew. th9uaghent this nonty
Pw -mft a slm t h ememmdf am asievnle, sahn.,
~ Pt o pbe Pesf t WsWe a en lake Welr and will
b. a .t. bMer -m oe i m Fd bw sdem pmamaey. The Oasis
-qnMa b e s 80 me, lI tihe ame of his hoest oft
Not d o LMeads, weldemes him back.
r. J. &- Theemmds of ma aid women suf
0. I. SI inn.M. ti Ar n*an pugs, sa edally women with
yas s bMbea ad maleeiei th s ekm havethisuffering
k Sto eomtead with In addition to their
*m* ,* mand M Mse. ejaemila F. olnrmeet wilU quickly effect a cure.
*Iwei ne alvtimmslar. Prke fifty cent in bottles, tubes 75
S eet er a nts. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. mn
ted I & Om ta meteavdwyay ian will Mr. W. J. Norsworthy, of McIntosh,
-.,- a M ew at N r~ Me.4 1ymotds. has shipped one hundred and ninety
lMIesi of grape fruit, for which he re-
-4 s. JJbsi amd J.,ey Vay.. have ivrd the,. fe price of $7.50 per box.
.tnr.-. hesw afte-r s wedtin the j No wonder people are anxious that
.-*se0wf atsh frteqd. e Wadshiligtim, our citru' fruit tree shall again come
i' into bearing. They seem to be more
.a.e. ill T .e r It valuable than ever. Even with an
.*"e kami I4 ap ile.. Try It. maional freeze they are more vl1-
% Iw mI ay blMk if i: fail.- ushblthan gold bearing bonds.
WA A dom I v. Muymour Webb, of Moira, N. Y.,
Iem #n"We& e t'r- Wr, of Pilat. write": "I had been troubled& with
14 ft, .i. he tai- ty aid wt&ill Weld my kidneys for twenty-five years and
i. witser wtH4 her brother Mr. J. hal tried several physicians but re-
oft mege. eived no relief until I bought a bot-
tie of Fotey's Kidney Cure. After
as W. J. 4mp sM. srmerly Mis using two bottles I was absolutely
Iaf % a"" m er of Po.o. M. .U ewred. I earnestly recommend Foley's
SaOeWy. d4ed be "4M la Kidney Cure." Take only Foley's.
ke bad. s*ry einds bess Ity. Autl-Monopoly Drug Store, mn
1M0146 046%0 Th ir re v fr te elW. J. H. Ivlngstoo bhas returned
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home after an extended visit to South


i- m- a o,' r,, Carolina He says that the state is
t. e Ne wee me pay. Wi. Aneire paperlng notwithstanding it has
S- bere a bed crop year for both cot-
IM. A1 U*m. mift member of to and corn, and real estate values
S 1ea %4 e 1eery, h-b geoe to hmw largely increased since he moved
* --atom vt t hi wit who to Florida seome years ago. He ex-
&tes ~s ispei4g the summer there pects a large Immigration to Florida
weeN wwMs. fro1m South Carolina this winter.
Mr. Tlgel Atekiasm, oft avan- If you have sore throat, soreness
mb. epmet Ib ftnday rad tenday across the back or side, or your lungs
so at. MrJ Ator ass lsre sidy lv- feel *"So or tender, or you are threat-
ed to em lds hlt triemd eers were ened with diptheria or pneumonia,
ged *m bim. apl4y Ballard's tnow Liniment ex-
ternally, and use Ballard's Horehound
fhfh.t.'. 4ai I. R da eaaiaa. It 4nrroyo t he
'" We isui mal it r.-- -,.t.. last week we copied an item from
'k A dinUr the Metr>oplis stat:.ag that Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Haynes would reside in
M fwem@*u T fotrunk decline. Jacksoonville tlhi winter. This. how-
*j.qeasmm,-e .-oww. as.us Mr. Itrnahuhl ever. was a mistake, as Mrs. Haynes
I MelTwe *IS imake th* rare *a one wasonly viAiting in Jacksonville, and
.t th ed ikermae frs tMe thir1t ward. returned to tk-ala Tuesday. She has
HMe %tI bev 8eW .Wup 00Stio. iieen selwiding the summer in the
niountain-, of Virginia and stopped
Mr 1 t'*%*M4M,* o e a" it, aday
Sver in Jacksonville a few weeks to
,.. .1w N. .. .rk. ,'s.tw le .M e visit her -sister, Miss May Allred.
*., lrvw a tee bollay stnrk f,,r telW
at o M s-(In. He eH -e.Ie taI have Ciaanmierlain' S stomach and Liver
"y smutitul l ie 4**f i**-* Tablets cure biliousness, constipation
,,and headache. They are easy to take
Mr e of and pleasant in effect For sale by
UMeas ty *< m bs |u. tn- Anti-MonopolyiDrug Store. m
bee. ms u (lts M Nday. Be-
."wMesemt4 g to e farm Mr. Fer- Hon. Geo. G. Mathews, consul to
gw. t om i& ws r e uis turpeaUme Pra, mBrazil, S. A., under Cleveland's
II i administration, since which time
4. meaeW thD e aecrmu- 'has been conducting business in
So Matw t bold be that country, i now on a visit home.
m s dey. Mnd eamoss that is He reached New York Monday and


O-FESIERATI. VETCRAWSM UEITING.

Ocala Banner wants all it readers to
remember that on November 14th,
next Thursday, the Confederate Voeter-
ass will meet in this'%ty and have a
reunion, at which it Is hoped a large
number will participate. -
It is a melamholy reflection that
each successive reunion bring to-
gether a smaller number of survivors.
This will be the case at the forthbom.
ing reunion unless their comrades
from other counties shall join with
them, which they are invited to do.
Upon those who survive rests the
solemn obligation to preserve un-
tarnished the south's sacred ark of the
covenant and see that the principles
for which her sons battled so heroi-
cally, are correctly understood and
transmitted to posterity.
The survivors of the "Lost Cause"
are willing that ManaaNas, Gettysburg,
Missionary Ridge and Spottsylvania
shall stand beside Marathon, Sedan,
Flodden and Waterloo, and feel that
they will not fade into significance
beelde them, but will increase in
grandeur and glory as the year
recede.
On this ocadMon, Ho. John G.
Beardon, who is noted for his eto-
q ence, will dwell pon the hallowed
monee woose memor i are so dear to
the Oonfedate sodler.

Lat Friday afternoon Mrs. C. M.
Gray most delightfully entertained
theDaghersof the Confederacy at
the rectory. A most delightful after-
noon was spent by the ladles present.
At this meeting a quilting party was
arranged to take place at Mrs. Robt.
Blake's next Wednesday. The quilt
that will be quilted that day will be
sent to Jacksonville to the soldier's
home.
For children's good shoes at low
prices try R. Frost. 10-25-tf


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A Series Reumway.
Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. 8. E.
Warterman, Mrs. W. V. Newsom,
Mrs. J. B. Hiers and three children,
Elizabeth Newsom, Jean Austin and
the Newbom baby, were out driving.
When about two miles east of the
city the horse became frightened,
turned suddenly and ran into a tree,
throwing M1s. Newoom to the ground,
and breaking the harness. The horse
felldown, then Mrs. Hiersjamped out,
a soon as she had done so, the horse
recovered his feet and began tearing
through the woods, shortly afterwards
throwing Mrs. Warterman and the
children Into a tree. Mrs. Waterman's
collar bone was broken and she sus-
tained a number of very painful cuts
and bruises. Elizabeth and Jean had
their faces severely scratched and were
considerably shaken up. Mrs. Hien,
Mrs. Newsom and the baby escaped
unhurt.


8100 reward 8100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be"ng a
constitutional disease, requires a con-
tutional treatment. all's Catarrh
Onre is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
eurhese of the aeesm thereby de-
sryilag the foundation of the dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the coetuton and
asstaing nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much hith
In Its eurative powers, that they ofer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it his to cure. Send for litt of
testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists. 7o.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Wanted.-Two traveling salesmen
in each state; salary and expenses;
permanent position: experience not
absolutely necessary. Address E. A.
Brown Tobacco Co., Greensboro,
N. C. 1025-8t


IWant to Get Well?


THEN TAKE


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THE BEOT CHILL AND FEVEB
TONIC MAD. IT HAS CURED
THOUSANDS AND ITB BALE
18 PHENOMENAL

IPICE W AND 0 (INMTL

We have the agency, and we want
the worst case of Chills and Fever In
Marion county to cure.
- TAKE NO OTHER --


TYINGS & CO.
Opposite Mestenmma Ntel, Oeals, U

JUST BEUwIaWtEW

Lot New and Pretty

RUGS


At Reaseble Prices.

New Oak Suits
At Very Low Prices.


BIG ASSORTMENT OF
CHAIRS EATS.
We will repair and repeat chairs
at short notice.

Lot of Other Bargains

AT--

OCALA FURIITm E NOUPA


RHEINAUER & CO.


UP-TO-DATE


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 long established reputation,

that the higheet goal of many other

manufacturers is second place-the am-

bition to turn out the next best weaves.

Quality is a dominant thought of B.


Priestley & Co.


Wearers of high grade


fabrics fully understand that they have


just about the best there is.


You are


now offered first pick from mauy new


RHEINAUER & CO.


Leaders in Dry Goods.


New Line


SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRT WAISTS.


From 98c to 83.98.


New Line

LADIES' RECK NOVELTIES


From 25c to $2.75.


New Line


LADIES' BELTS-Endless .Varieties
'--


New Line


BABIES AND MISSES CLOAKS


From 50c to $4.00.


New Line


LADIES' TAILOR MADE JACKETS


From 8.50 to 810.00.


Exclusive Sale


"AMERICAN GIRL" LADIES' SHOES


$2.50.


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THE OCALA BANN, NOVEMBERs. m 11.


making delicious and whole-

some hot-breads, cake and

biscuit who use the Royal

Baking Powder.


IOYAL MAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW Yvou


IA Hung Chang, the great Chinese
statemnan, is dead.

Mr. Albertus Vogt, of Dunnellon,
was In Oeala Wednesday.
Piano tmning. If you want good
work call at Weibe's or the Oalas
NewsCo. f
Bry Broes., of Orange lake, have
the finest ttuce crop ever seen in
that secon.
Mr. W. 8. Jewett and his neloe,
Mya Birdaey, have both been quite
stek this week.
Mm. W. B. Goodwin and Mr. W. W.
Hampton, of Gainesville, were in
Oeasi Wednesday.
The young folks will have a German
at the armory tonight. All are anti-
cipating a most enjoyable time.
Mr. Henry E. oboeflin and family
left Monday for Pensacola, where
they will make their future home.
Mms. Lynch and a little son, of
Galnesville, are the guests of Mrs.
qn hcs aunt, Mrs. W. P. Halsley.
A large assortment of boy's clothing
Jastarrived; also a fall line of large
semes in men's pants. R. Frost's Store.
ol. Camp, Capt. Inglis, Mr. Holder,
Mr. B1edow and other phosphate
men wer in Oasa holding a onfer-
enee Wednesday.
Mr. Arthur Clark returned last
Monday from Montgomery, Ala.,
wherebe has been attending cool
Mr the past eight months.
dalarial peoen, hills and fever are
pMitively cured by.maIng Bobert
Chwme a yewt, mmieybmkI
If Kl bl. Win. Anderson. t
aIN.. Mr. Musm, e, mt eiasa,
preached Itwo e_ dl mms at
the HapAst church imalMday He
will pebably be ealMsb atldh pul-
pit galarly.
The pertemenen m4im Las re-
pert that wild .duk are msaming In
thee by the hundreds. The lake wiUll
a-id sport for both gun and rod and
red this winter.
Persons I O in having exhibits to
amd to he dta tr will Bad ship-
p "g Wp ad dealed instructions
hebw aMd whe to shddp atthe Oaie of
the Oasis Banner.
Mm. abndfrd Brdey, of Havana,
0ha, reached Oeala Wednesday and
will spetd the winter with her moth-
er, Mrs. R. A. Green, and her sister,
Mm. T. B. Snyder.
Rev. Howard Durtl has been con-
ttMing his special services at the
Methodist church during this week.
Thee will be services tonight. Every-
body is cordially invited to be present.
Mm. Robert Bullock has gone to
White springs In response to a tele-
gram announcing the very serious ill-
eessof her little grandchild, the In-
at son of Mr. and Mrs. Barton Bul-

Dr. W. R. O. Veal was called to
Stark Wednesday to the bedside of
Mr. 1. W. Haynes, a prominent mer-
chant of that city, who formerly re.
aided at Cotton Plant.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bimes, of
Bunterville, passed through Oeala
Monday enroute to Jacksonville, 8a-
vamash and other points. They were
on their bridal trip. Mrs. Himes was
formerly ui Rutland.


Frank Harris went to lake City
Wednesday to attend a meeting of
the trustees of the Florida Agricultu-
ral College.
Geo. F. Wray, the -expert touner of
the Halifax Masc Homse, Daytona,
visits this city. Leave orders at
Whele's. tfe
Not since the famous speech of
Edmund Burke at the trial of Warren
Basting has such perfect rhetoric and
eloquence been heard as the speech of
Isador aynor at the trail of Admiral
8ehley.
Young Iadies' Whist Club met
with Mis Sara Harris on Wednesday
afternoon, there were sixteen guests
present and progressive whist was
played. The prise was won by "Miss
Florrie Crook. The dub will meet
with Miss Meta Jewett next week.
For burns, cute, bruises, lascerations
or Injuries of any description, Bal-
lard's Snow Linament is a sovereign
remedy. It never bile to do good,
and so promptly that its wonderful
curative properties frequently create
surprise. Price 26 and 80 cents. Anti.
Monopoly Drug Stre. m
The Oalas Hights Golf Club held
Its annual meeting a. few nights ago,
and the report of the secretary ad
treasurerr showed its aftlrs to be in
excellent condition. The member-
ship is increaing aad the grounds area
ina magniflent condition, and are
pronounced by proelhnonab to be the
best In the state.
Geo. A. Palat, of Upper sandusky,
0., writes: "I have been using Foley's
HIm ant -hr fr hamsmes and ltd
It the bt- eedy I evw tried. It
stopped the enough Immediately and
miMall aDemaw." TWke oeae bet,
PleryA. atMa pslty Draug Stmre.m
Mr. .. Peatlt, who les been re-
Mddtg th eity of Mexieo for-.eome
YeONm Patrnbatrmed to lorladandd
IsI ab Ma s MIme ina Waldo. Mr.
ettalt haiseenaa tmbweer40 to the
Oeai BManner for many years and did
not rleoquish It during his residence
In the halls of the Mo mas. It is
glad to welcome him baek to Florida.
When you fed tht life Ie hard
worth the oMdle ikeadea omef Cam-
bediaim% toma0h and Liver Tablets.
They wWl release yoer tmas tone
up your ver ad and regulate your
bowels making you feel like a new
man. For asle by. Anti-Moeopoly
Drug Store. ma


At Its business meeting Tuesday
evening the Ocala Epworth League,
after a spirited discussion, disbanded.
Only six members, eInluding the
chairman, were present. The vote
on disbanding stood, three for it-
Rev. H. DutUl, Dr. A. L. Islar and
Mrs. Geo. L. Talor; and two against
it-M. M. Little and J. A. Munden.-
Oontributed.
Nature hba Just one pigment on her
pallete with which site produces all
her marvelous tints of beauty, and
that one pigment is the blood. The
shell-like pink beneath the finger
nails, the delicate rose of the cheek,
the cherry ripeness of the lips, the
Irrideseent brilliance of the eyes are
iall produced by the blood. Just as
the permanence of a beautiful paint-
ing will depend upon the purity of
the colors with which it is painted, so
the permanence of beauty depends on
the purity of the blood. Paint, pow-


To State Fair Exbibiters.
All exhibits should be places in the
depot they are to :shipped from, se-
curely packed in boxes, packages or
otherwise, withea shipping tag I have
mailed to every locality of the county
safxed to each package, on Thursday,
the 14th lnst, so as to insure the ship-
ping of such exhibits the first train on
Friday, the 15th. Exhibitors will also
get the depot or express agent through
whom they ship to make duplicate
bills of lading and forward one to H.
W. Long, care of G. P. Healy, General
Manager Satae Fair, Jacksonville, so
as to enable me to keep in touch with
all exhibits sent, and enter them in a
book that will be kept for that pur-
pose. Observance of the foregoing in-
structions will simplify matters and
aid me very materially in transferring
exhibits and getting them in proper
position in Marion county's space.
I H. W. Loxo,
Fair Coim. for Marion Co.
Result of Tuesday's iesties.
8eth Low, former president of Co-
lumbia University,pand four years ago
the citisen union's candidate for the
mayor of Greater New York, was on
Tuesday eleeted mayor of Greater
New York, defeating Edward Shop-
hard, of Brooklyn, the democratic
nominee by a plurality of between
30,000 and 40,000.
The election in Ohio resulted in
large repubitean majorities; in Penn-
sylvania the demoerttl ticket gained
although easily defeated; in Marylaod
and Kentucky both branches of the
legislature will be democratic; in
Virginia, sweewing democratic ma-
jorit; Missiossppi elected democratic
secretary and treasurer of state; the
republican ticket won in Colorado,
Nebrasks, Massaehusetts, Rhode In-
land and New Jersey.
spel"g a Se *kseeos*t.
(Hawkins' New Catechhsm on Dmiaes)
(c..k.~aav, nou LAST wnK.]
Money deposited In a beak tends to
eoceurage thrift, as It is far less liable
to bespet. When it s neces ry to
use some of It, bills may be paid with
checks against the account, thus sav-
lag both time and the r nak of handling
the actual cmsh. The checks, too-
which will eventually return to the
drawer hands -are receipts for the
amount or bills paid.
Other great advantages are: the
bak will collect ones note checks
and drafts, which are received In the
ordinary course of business, and place
the amounts to your credit; and in
In time of need will loan you money.
MxuAo& a* CRAMBLMs, Bankers.
Oasa, Fa.


Rev. T. eWitt Talmage to be I 0eals.
Bev. T. DeWitt Talmage, the world
renowned divine, will be In Oeala the
Sunday during the meeting of the
State Teachers' Assoeiation, and will
preach two sermons. There Is no
building in the city large enough to
hold the crowd that is expected to he
in Oeala to hear him, and a move-
Inent is now on foot to either erect a
temporary building or procure a tent
for the occasion. It is believed that
there will be 10,000 people here to hear
Mr.: Talmage preach.
Stepped late Live goals.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after


Passed Over e U lers Veto.
Forsome timetime past a bill has been
Before the Ocala city council fo: grant-
ing to the Ocala Street and Suburban
Railway Company the right to run its
trains over North Third Street. The
same met with very vigorous protests
from the property holders living along
said street, and a largely signed peti-
tion was presented to the mayor urg-
ing him to veto the measure, which
he did.
Another bill was afterwards Intro-
duced claiming to. have overcome the
objections set forth in Mayor Fishel's
veto. The property owners again
urged the mayor to veto it, claiming
that the street is an exceedingly nar-
row one and the operating of trains
on it would materially damage the
property on each side of it. The
mayor again vetoed the measure, but
it was passed over his veto last Tues-
day night by the requisite two-thirds
vote.
Mr. H. L. Anderson, for whose ben-
efit the franchise was granted, claims
that the same will result to the mater-
ial welfare of the city of Oeala; that
his object is to connect the 8. 8. & W.
with the G. & G. which now runs aq
near Oeala as Fairfield, a distance of
twelve miles, and which has connec-
tions direct to Atlanta.


TO THE PUBLIC.

We understand some one ti trying
to imitate our
w666

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, lan the eyes of
all Intelligeut people, and I hope the
people of Ocala will continue to take


for chill and fever, and accept no sub-
stitute. Yours reepeetfully,
MoNrmxcNLo DUvG Co.,
Monticello, Florida.
For sale in Orala by-
e Postofflee Drng tore,
ti-Monopoly Drug Storm,
Wm. Anderson's Drug Mtore.


Foley's Kldaey Cure


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OCALA. 0 0 mOUma&
CAROB I5L. SISTRUNK.
TThUBY4T.LaW.
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ti ,THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office ever Tea Pot 6.0". Y, Opp. Nostemem.
OCALA.................i-onnFaIU
A. If. RIDZUOW. --u. p r -.
ANI)RSN a uwocv,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
office in Gary-Agnew Diock.
OCALA. -FLORIDA

E DWIN SPENCIER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
OCALA, .7-8y .FLORID&.


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The Skill of the


A Gods FendeltOs
Means eomrt peam ad b h.
Tbe blood ean't uwsulate the
poor feet mped a pi m low
tight rboes or shose ofr umit
sabpe. The eetsm w aom and
tbuonso, ad the dsl ih dhlsma
affetes the entire health.
We sall shoe that are ha
the human foot, b"t yet wMsk iaeiM
am air of elegumee ad styl Obm.
h bAle shoes an et eesea y
-eot as t all, if you eemeba.
G. A. NASH,
Both ide of thes qumar.O lb.


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Cook


Is demonstrated to the family

through the medium of the


food she serves.


show the


Those cooks


greatest


skill in


Itching Skin
Distress by da and niAght-
That's the complaint of those who
aI so unfortunate as to be afflicted
with Eczema or Salt Rheum-a-ud out-
ward applications do not care.
T source of the trouble is in the
blood-make that pure and this scal-
lag, burning, itching skin disease will
disappear.
"I was taken with an Itchin an imy
ams which proved very di-greable. I
coneAined tt was salt rbeum and bo. a
bote of Hood's Sarsaparilla. In two days
aftwr I bean takin It I felt better and It
was notlong before I was cored. Have
sever bad any skin disess since. Mat.
IDA B. WARD, Cove Point, Md.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and PUs;
rid the biood of all imatPU- andeGS
l emruptions.


For Fall Weir.
1he edms we have
provided for the
making of fil e'-w
tumso ought to be a
pleasuresIto theOW.-
dies of this rity.
I 5bere In ah a
wealth of reb, warm
colors, and serh a
v |aiety of Brad.
Every prieeis up to
the highatt pss
SI standard forth
but some price are not so b a

Wleehiag Time.
There must be plenty
of stockings hi the
wardrobe-ome heav-
ier ones for wear on
those chilly autmn
days. We have abt.-
dance of quality bere,
and a variety of price
which will enable ewry
woman to buy Just
what she wants in the
wy of hodery. The
wrong colors wi y, ad the usb
will wear exediently.
ReA- IA N* o. N.
In o. Wed hand
kercheb we made as
bueag a selsatlensd
plldl. Ow ear
waslinen t-gives
to real qual r hd-
keM. FISHEL,h
aing. We have a

hand so&hief-E
linen too-wbieb
we can sgo r a dime. 1aM of otib

M. FISHEL
Oed a a a bFowl


laferSmatea fe4rsarle's Lady Ef E-
iters at the Stat Fair.
All exhibits should be so placed In
packages or boxes as to prevent dam-
age in transit, and should be sent by
express. Each package or box must
have a shipping tag attached to It
which will carry them free to the state
fair. I am authorized by Miss Jessie
A. Owens, lady commissioner for
Marion county, to say that she hba se-
cured a large trunk, and that she will
every evening before closing for the
night place all valuable lady exhibits
In that trunk, and see that none are
lost or damaged. There will be a good
po-ce force in and around the state
fair tent to protest exhibits from be-
ing handled or interfered with in ay
way. I trust the above is sugliently
explicit to rmtify the good and pro-
gressive ladies of ,he county that their
exhibits will be protected and eared
for. H. W. LoxG,
Fair Com. for Marion Co.


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A LARGE COLLECTION. A BRILLIANT ARRAY OF NEW, FRESH,
CHOICE, HANDSOME, SEASONABLE GOODS NOW READY FOR'
INSPECTION AT THIS POPULAR ESTABI BTMENT.


Black Dress Goods


Sur showing this season is without paralleL
The largwC most beautiuL, most complete line
,er exhibited ia Ocals-the very newest things
out in Sebassopohe. Repeling, Satin. Prunellas,
tsda tnised Soliels. Sharkskin, Granite and
Vemesaa Suiting, Parollers. Fancy Crepons, Plain
sad Fancy Brilliantine and Cicilians. Serges,
(Chavtf*. Meirose. Silk Warped and all Wool
H**nrwttag. etc.. and all grades and prices.


Jackets and Capes


Lali'. Mis*"s' and Childrens' Jackets and
Cape,-ail grades and prices. Swellest Fall Styles
amd materials. some are plain tailored. others beau-
Utfully trimmed. D mnt fail to s~e these goo4ibe-
fw-re purchasing elsewhere.


Rainy Day Skirts


Pr,.tty liow. good values,. made of choice and
the latest materials in black and navy with white
strips gray brown, etc.. prettily made up. perfect
ftintg, from S*-.C'"to $*<. dprkirts in mercxrzed silk from S1.15 to $3..5


U underwear


Rousing values in Knit. All Wool. Fleeced and
Mixed Underwear. Our Fall and Winterstock of
thee goods wre selected with a view of pleasing
all clawM" e f men. women and children.

Flannelettes and Outings
Rtig 4taxk. most beautiful colors in plain and
fancy. .5. -. 1,,. 1-. 13 and d l-c.


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, Whip Cord,
Plain and Striped Cheviots and suiting for ladies'
skirts. Herrenbone Venetian, Corded, Metalic,
Pann and and Plain Velvets in all colors,
French and G3rauin Flannels' and Challies for
Waists in Persian, Plain and Stripe effects,
double faced suiting for skirts,:etc.

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

WHOLESALE DEP'T.
A masterful collection of all kinds of Dry
Goods, Notions, Etc. We ask the merchants to
inspect this stock. We can interest you as well
as save you money.


5 am


Silks


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


.Dress Trimmings.


A masterful eollection'of novelties, braides,
applique. pleatings, etc.


Corsets


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


Ladies' Neckwear


And Ribbons


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


Hosiery


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


Domestics


All grades bleached and. unbleached, from 44c
up. See our yard-wide unbleached at 5c.--- t
goods for the price in Ocala.


We give splendid values on goods because, among other reasons, we our-
s elves 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


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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1901.


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TI1 CONQUEST OF SEATN.

Mrs. Helen Willmans-Post has writ-
ten a book entitled, "The Conquest of
Death."
Whbm this last enemy is conquered,
What shall man do? Shall he be
consigaed to live always in a world
like this where there is such an un-
equal distribution of all things and a
severe and unremitting struggle for
bare existence?
Does the human race after all find
death an enemy ? Is he not
rather a friend in whose silent realms
there is not only rest for the afflicted,
InlAm and aged, aut a surcease from
sorrow for the poor and unfortunate,
who eats in their proesseion nine-
tatme of the inhabitants of the arth.
As Ig as age is an infirmity, di-
Sstalks theearth, and the prodigal
glft ed mother atars are moeopolin-
Ie by the evw aMd deiaed to the many,
we pmeaet agalnst the conquest of
death.


P 'es SGoed Fertmo.
Florida ha recovery largely from
the calamity inflicted upon her eight
years ago by tb feee that came
near destroying every orange grove in
thestaw.
For several seasons Florida oranges
were wry scaree, and there are no
others worthy to be compared with

The whole country felt Florida's
miserb e and the whole country is
hapy ee v Florida's partial and con-
ttiUing reevery from it.
The orange season in that ate
whieh ha Just qpe, barring asci-
dseb, wI be very profitable. There
sto by h the largest crop that has been
grown lamethe hmm and the fuit
is aid to be of rarkable ine quali-
ty. Atlanta has received oly a few
Florida enages yet, bat theyare ex-
eiem and mil at reasonable prices.
We shall soom have them in plenty,
and the joy ot life will be: distinctly
umesad by their eeming.-Atlanta

is to teammes.
0.. asm, IMrL, 0., mwme
L E. W,. writes: "Ihavebeen
trebled a -t deal with bbaba&
I was bl sed to try Masby iagny
C%=e, and aee bottle eahey mveigal
me. I gsdly a eom f It to ma


salteted.'" Ant-Momspely 1kw
8o1re. In


Mam aemtbr lGmeb reTon's 8o

The Jap is making hiseIf felt in
the etWeme west. In the large loum-
ber mills alou Puget domd he is
takiag the plme of white labor; he
cas the 8almo on the Columbia
river and picks the rn tt n the rchb-
ade of alfrnia. When he makes
himself too numerous and too much
in the way he will be set upon and
extnminated like theaborigine were,
and hisedestial brethren, the China-
man, aad no howl will be nade about
It. The dash of races, and race pre-
judie, fans the fre of criticism and
harsh judgment only when it occeeurs
it the south, and does so because of
the "Uncle Tom's Cabin1' variety
of Uliterature on the subject. When
another ".nDele Tom's Cabtn" shall
have been written picturing in fiction
the wrongs of the red man, the yel-
low man, and the brown man, the
same as the black man, things will be
different.
It Uakes a Big Difference Whoss Ox
is Gored.
Caleb Powers. republican ex-secre-
tary of the ttate of Kentucky, has
bten tried anu e ovi'ted the oejnd
time as an a'-omnlice in ti- mutirder
of Governor William Goebel. Ex-
(Gov-rnor T.%%,..r. Ax'h, is a]lfr .hargt-,i
as an aeconiplice ,y identic ry itht-
". 1'1 i ttl -tiil i.y, i.- -1 I:n ;ia:'l, aMil


*t4eth Low, just elected mas
or of New York, in the biggest polit
cal fakir of modern times. 1H
imagines that he is bigger and betta
than political parties and cannot all,
himself with them hut wants their
to ally themselves to him. As acollep
president, he imagines himself a to
erant broad-minded man, and yet w,
too prejudiced and sectional to vot
for placing Lee's picture in th
Hall of Fame. No president of an,
southern college would have been s
sectional and prejudiced to have re
fused this tribute toGrant. Seth Loi
is impractble in business affairs and ii
no sense a broad minded man. H
belongs to the kind that is dangerous
to trust in office.
New England thrift; the sturdy
religious Puritian blood of that sec
tion that came over in the Mayflower
found slavery a thing of horror just a
soon as it became unprofitable. An(
that spirit of religion and thrift is nol
confined to New England.
Editor Setzer, of the High Springi
Hornet, who, when he is not gracing
the tripod, is occupying the pulpit
says that "when the contribution
basket is passed 'round, the sinner's
dollar is just as acceptable as the
saint's."
The Pan-American exposition closed
its gates at midnight on Oct. 31st.
There were eight million visitors and
yet the financial loss was $3,000,000.
The government exhibit will be at once
shipped to Charleston.
The Dunnello Ctizena has been
moved to Righ Spriup and its name
changed to the Hornet, but in change
of name and location it ha) lost meao
of its originlity.
Of the one mill apportionment tax,
Marion county gets $2,08.50 which is
more than any other county named.
dbe has an average attendance of over
4,00 scholars.
There is oil excitement in Virginia.
Thousands of sem of supposed oil
lands have been optioned, and can-
not now be bought at any price.
Many of our state exchanges make
the planing announcement that many
persons who left Florida just after the
diestroms hwe are returning.
Mr. and Mrs Andrew Carnegie have
returned to the United Statems Mr.
Caregie is to give $10,000,000 more to
the city of Pltatburg.
In the eouse of a million years
Prof. Tung of the UniverCity of
Uelf, Bwitasrisad, says the human
race will be leglem.
PreaLdent Roosevelt has been invit
ed and has accepted an invitation to
visit Charleston. He will also visit
Savanab.


And Florida is going to have a gen.
uine cattle ranch, and will it give
birth to "rough riders!'
GUia or Qfda I wwere deme.
My, upp they habed

Thaunday N ovember Nith has been
dlegmar as Thanagiving Day.
Kaise W. Thg Fang has beeu
reaelded.

*Ikim nemt smam f up ae tro


a mother ne does. While mWe las,
while there is a spwa of vi y wich
love's labor m by into a ae, she
taes utiainT fa r the chid se brought
itso the wrL Aatd st where
the doctors fail the mother moceL
wiln se whak wffl save
her chb1.
The other's crip
tim ive below s a a M
awas pby -
ico.able i called
aWodn of the ive
Dr. Pierce's Gold-
en Medical Discovery ad
SPaoorite Pruription. I
an had the ppW of
noers herig edahter mi
r stored to perfect
health.
Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical contains
Discohol and it is absolutely free from
diseases of the
stopima cch and oth-e and all ohe narcotics.
er organs of di-
gestion and nutrition. It is a nerve-
nourishing. flesh-forming medicine-
making new blood and new life.
Golden Medical Discoverv contains
no alcohol and it is absolutely free from
opium, cocaine and all other narcotic.
It is a true temperance medicine.
-Myy writer of Arlint 'a. Washinrton Co..
!%ewr..I was taken very sic ad hrd several
3etro--." writes Mrs. C.IL- Harrison. eIElk C-tr.
3z'tas Co., Nebr. They coa',d noct d3 her anrY
T and told my mother there would not COt
anur mr-e. a-! n; L,.-'c.or culd help htr. that sh5.
cu!! n grt wel. She had wasting of thT
tIr-Tie organ My mother sai.! tc vmy. it-
"Wtl:: I aI!'.nt know that rTO Pie-re- sUe-':-
crires vv. c-ire her, S,% t-he tb>vs;.it izix .
three .-:' .-Alien MIelical I i.'v<-yr th-rt cf
*P .tc P pt:oa. ana c-n-z c" the P-
let,. "i1 -1: W T.\ i--wer i5 a w-. &c wo 2an.
Wt thanks v *u !.-ur foMr C i "


Rules Sveralag Ferries
wahs River.


Oekls-


y Presented at the meeting of the boar
o cf county commissioners Monday.
~~Sec. 1. There shall be free ferries 01
w the Ocklawaha river from January In
n 1901, to January 1st 1902, at the fol
e lowing places, viz: Moss Blufl
8 Sharpe's Ferry and Grahamville, the
same to be operated free to tax payer
, of Marion county, whether resident
. or non-resident of the county.
, Sec. 2." All non-tax payers, reel
s dents or non-residents of the county
shall be required to pay ferriage whet
t crossing at either of the ferries men
tioned in section 1, under the follow
ing rules: Any person on foot five
s cents each, one way, or ten cents bott
ways; any person on horse back 15
' cents one way, or 25 cents both ways
one-horse team 20 cents one way, o01
8 35 cents both ways; two-horse team 25
Scents one way, or 40 cents both ways;
four-horse team 30 cents one way, or
60 cents both ways; by carts 3. cents
one way, or 60 cents both ways.
ee. 8. Any person crossing loose
stock at either of said ferrys, and us-
ing the ferry boat for this purpose, if
a non-tax payer in the county, shall be
required to pay ferriage on said stock
as follows: Horses and cattle 5 cents
each, hogs, sheep and goats 24 'cents
each.
See. 4. It shall be the duty of the
ferrymen in charge of either of said
ferries to use all neessmry precaution
and collect ferriage as provided for in
sections and 3, and he shall keep
account of said moneys and report
amount collected to the board of coun-
ty commissioners of this county at
each monthly meeting and such
amount be deducted from his month.
ly salary.
Se. &6. Each ferryman of said fer-
ries will be required to be at said
- places of crossing said river from sun-
rise a. m. until eight o'clock p. m. and
in no wise shall he absent himself
, from said ferries without leaving some
Competent person in his stead not un-
der the age of fifteen years old.
See. 6. It shall be the duty of each
ferryman after any team being driven
on said ferryboat to put up a pole on
frame of said boat in the rear and
front to avoid mid teamfrom possible
danger of running off said boat.
Sec. 7. Inno wise will the board
of county commissioners be responsi-
ble for any damage that may happen
to any team or teams or loose stock of
any description who are not subject to
ferriage under these rules.
Sec. & Any person who is subject
to Ifemaing unmer these rules, if while
erossingany team or loose stock on
ferryboat at either of said ferries shall
sustain any less or damage to stoek
and said loss ordamaze shall be due
to eadmu sne of ferrymamn in charge
or delhet of feryboat, in such ease
the P on Oining such oIss or
damgap may havesero o the
county for damage and the county
commi-iono-r- of this county after
due investigation will pay a reasonable
damage, they fixing the amount of
the damage.
See. 9. Each ferryman shall be re-
quired to give bond in the sum of
$100.00 for the faithful d1wharTge of
his duty and in the event the county
has to pay damage for any stock as
provided for in these rules, and said
damages are due to the unfaithfulness
of the erryman in charge, in sueh
ease he shall be responsible to the
county to the amount of his bond,
the county commissioners to be the
Judges in such cases.
Sec. 10. Each ferryman shall be
furnished with a copy of these rules
for his guidance.


A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little
Sea's Life.


Mr. H. H. Black, the well known
village blacksmith at Grabamville,
Sullivan county, .. Y., says: "Our
little son, five years old, has always
teen subject to croup, and so bad have
the attacks been that we have feared
many times that he woul.l ,lie. We
have had the doctor and used many
mediciuts. but: Chanberlain's Cough
Remedy is now our sole reliance. It
seems to dissolve the tough nmucu.
and by giving freqideut do.ts whe
the f.'rouy Vyymplo appear we have
found that the dreaded croup is -ured
before it gets .etlted." Therer 1 : .,
daua.r in giving ths rmiitidv .'Tr
eontmtti), lto t)],t*lrtll ,,r otihr .:,iu'- .-'.*


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AO QUARTER4miaty *Md
ON OFr emedy for coug< M =
colds that's a og to.

A. w always has been the beet. Twenty-
/& fiveyea of wuara*teei Foley's
-. Honey and Tar, because it was a
-^I*J ^ \ urh remedy~habrough its reward
i'". )l in large sales and many friends.

cure-or-mobey-ack remedy.
W *. It will cre all couglm andeel.
I^. m S\\. croup and whoopis Is
I \7^ IO \ # nd brochd It 0
I;1 ^iQ^'It^A I feoee asthma and omrpiol,
IS- '1 even the worst cases, and will pe-
vent pnesunonia. It's gmeei.

For cts, bruises rDgS e
BANNER SALVE is best.

For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store


J. F. EDWARDS'

BIG WHISKEY HOUSE,
Ganevi nd Ooala. Fla.
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VINR WINUS. WkISKINS and BMAANDIUS.~
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MY 3-05.......-.........2X56 Ml 2Sp .. :: &0 ru.
m y S.00 G n & .... ..... ..... -73, MY *4,89* 5
My 2.5. .......... .oouity 4"New Ungband Itmmat.. .
The Jux and Keg Trade lade a SpecialII0
In snindou qewsalways send enouh us& .e tem l WNvml jl@%j
1.pae f"o I.77Isc jug. 2r-3-saflaiongu. we; kegsSL
I sll ore and better whiskey than any house to Pljmd~bes gem ,kOAf
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A *.* 4dve aW w'ae nowe sent sme a
eapy *4 I-* Jerkwenville Metrmpolhi
we, I arked article n torIn. "kicker's
.****um," adveratits( for the n-x,* g.v-
r*r *,4 Fkeiraewt4l0 4* tr hu0iu fri-n1i.
Wal*re.w tlorall. ofr Ito Tansia Tri-
1tu-g. Ttw fart.-i' had two trr. n.***its
frw..M. with a ilu.* p*eucil and tlie
ihsbw 6vmw dwle en tlhe. pricil like lie
w- gmeo dMut -m1aiwthiug. I cold
alemo the.r hiam grit hi- t-eeih. Who-
ver was th guilty ma was t com-
p b Ser A t- eme vUes,,and
**~-14 to th nk that FIorida had real.
ly ad so gaen.r asim the days of
Andwew Jsimn. He intlmated that
w em~ a mart man and a rather
mt mm aior gvernMr andM that
1111 1.a m geat 01049 m" maker of
P~btoe, was ahe Im His ar-
awmMit m tn isn with that which
e m .onevery year or two ito the
Seam I emadIeon" an editor for
MMer of the sase.
New, tf ei atd.mef lridra really
wo ewtr f t hir number selected for
t pinmttis1 Whey maft head a eon-
v-t- -m draw trawls for the un-
"une me.. -t-n walta ndwe himu
dM ep when the time comes for
tOhe deminal rumndp. There are
ton mamy lawye m bher for editors to
iowv a r eian. fedituer are all right
when ths sisB Wek to be do*e for the
a4dvsme t 4t any camr.& and they
e auewessn UtIws during anipaln*-
beu days whnn thw tirueme old
-pwm4 of tme "*ell-binders" need
to* e revPrd s "we w derfl oratorical
**ero," ht the m -- t be eutested
with thejw little fr rides and euch

A4de maer, Grand Mound, la.,
wvete: -I havemdw Foley's Honey
dW nr timy hmllty and dhik It is
toew bet e~ sre the market. I
weed aet be wIthb t it In my hemne,
set t is netblnesod heOtar conlg
a" coAdB. Ati Monapoly Drug



IN w*-- 4bethb of which they pay
eiEFaromnt prInm laudatory pe-
sw metim. e, the editorums mt
ame Wop gay mwr ambitious. They
m"anm to labor and to wait," if
_. .. .of gi
Ia the senieg tSe of Georgia
the, eter at a great daily at Savan-
ai te ibid the nr into, the ring
lte Otheget my e--and is seek-

sgovww. If he gtIs it Iagree tofelt
a pw* mfpt o sed oJu you thesytefor
seem Md if sme cerlation






t fms dentation wald take place, with the Pia






'nnl becnt polas ted and the consti-
twtee so wrakecd that a simple
m aldv oifgt in quesioa i as s. r



dA ran the. atve circulation mealthy s


A he-alth ac~tm circulation means


gwIdages twu and strong. healthy
A a 4tw~d purificttand tonic S. S. S.
basw. mm'cu I It isthe iaf~t.-tand best
'1Z old pvo1.kl and children
be .'ia it c%'r'fln~t% no) minerals, but is
go&. let %4luswlel(4 f roots and herims..
Nos etherr t-nxvdv so thoru'ughlyl and

same time it builds
"i-,the ~an.1 de-
sss l%-ete %S
t 1i !? en'-* 1Tw-.ma-,iith all nmanntr
.4n~ SLIVnd tfokuloh'.
M ~V. Ke.:y.of Lyrbnan. 0.. w-rites:
I.-A ItE ace 'ik n myhaiioas and1 aca' for
fle m* it .*:~ tii bpak OfIII1t an st
wt.,- I -sfee. 4r.. at. oa odd fI .n &?ad
ds- Wa. i lef uic ak.n rd mai-I tdanv-


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equaled. For sale by Anti-monopoly
Drug Stoe. I

bly not vote for him if I had a chance,
but I merely point him out as the
most conspicuous example of the in-
graLtitude of portions of a republic. If
he were made governor Florida would
certainly have a friend in that office,
and if he were not the smartest man
who ever held the place he would not
be the meanest, and I'll swear to that.
IBut :Harris tntdn't aspire. And
Stovallneedn't---even if he is nuot
made a bishop. They are good boou-
v'is, and forceful exploiters, but they
musttn't trer"qpss upon ithe legal pre-
mterVQE.


11 call to mind another tuan who
u."dt to live Within it few sbjoi. of Oca-
la, atid who neverm faiile to respond
with ii~t. :time, muotey anti labor to
every e'nterp~rise juinivug for its end the
sd ~ 41fnia' :etilthat sCti(OnlS i .
jutereits. He was' an ,etiliti-vistiet@

W l 7lit, V~t- lif'' lielt 11 i1t-it e.1- ITma
ill tilt.Ie* llot mmf r .i. le ltle .:t

dlay i rr, .-,i i i iY 'hit I ii eve
tot~ i Ilyl CI 'ut t;-liiiutZ 0!, the 'a t,.
A -i I I r. .


and more effectively than any lawyer
in Georgia, but 4ould he do so as gov-
ernor? As iMMor old Bill Nye used .o
say: "I trow not."
And, as for stovail, when he is wade
a bishop, and I hear the news con-
firmsal, then I ill admit possibly he
might have teen made governor had
n't hit youthful ambition wandered
01 iuto clerical lin* s. Eltoras make
c dlounel of lawyers but lawyers don't
make governors of editors, and if the
"Ocala Editwor" don't agree to that I'll
eat yet another peck of potatoes.

If a certain brand of beer has "made
Milwaukee famous" more certain it is
that the Oeala Banner has made Ocala
and Marion county known to the
world. No living man. nor dead one
either, has done as much for that sec-
tion as Frank Harris. From the day
when be was as callow as an April
fly-up-the creek until now when he is
mature as a forty pound yam he has
given his best labor, and years, to the
work of exploiting the Ocala country.
He has gotten up many a morning be-
fore ten o'clock to boom some enter-
prise which would probably redound
to the prosperity of the state, and
many an evening has he gotten
enough oil on a credit from some con-
tiding groceryman to last him until

If you are suffering from drowsiness
in the day time, irregularity of tem-
pr, sleepless nights, general debility,
headache, and general want of tone of
the sayem, use Herbine. You will
get relief and finally acure. Price 50
oeast. Anti-Monopole Drug Store. m

midnight while he taxed the editorial
bamin for something bright and vigor-
ea lan iadation of the town in which
he lives. And yet what what has that
town and country done for him? Giv-
en him a bare support, the same as it
gives a common day laborer. Hel s
smade men 'known to the world and
meen them advanced and preferred
who otberwe would still be cracking
hickory nuts for a living.
Frank Harris is not a stick, nor a
stone, but a man with an appetite and
an ambition. He has kept his hand
in squeemble order for twenty-five
years yet it has not been squeezed.
Once when he was poorer than he is
now hewanted theoflfteof county clerk
bet I have not heard yet that he got it
-yet it was the boom his paper gave
that region that made the clerk's office
a thing to be desired. When the
freeze came and knocked the whole
penlaeula silly, when thousands fled
to other states and abandoned homes
mocked the traveler at every turn, he
went right alor g with his old paper
and told the world that it "wasn't go-
ing to be much of a shower anyway."
He was about the lasteditor in Florida
to surrender to the corporations and I
am not sure yet that the fight is all
out of him. He would be a fool in-
deed if he did not yet see on which
adMe his bread Is likely to be most but-
lsred. When a asan has labored for
an unappreclative people so many
years he may well grow discouraged.
Now. I am not booming Frank Har-
ris for any office, for I should proba-

To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First soak the corn or bun-
ion in warm water to soften it, then
pare it down as closely as possible
without drawing the blool and apply
Chamberlain's Pain Balm twi'*edaily;
mbbing.vigoroflly for five miuutes at
each application. A corn plaster
should be worn for a few days, to pro-
tect it from the shoe. As a general
liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness
and rheumatism, Pain Balm is un-


You Are Standiigi



I ln Your Own Light t



If You Fail to Read This! '




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 Q Ready Made Clothing for the Fall
^ Garments, and, realizing this, we and Winter season far surpasses any-
have this year secured for our cus- thing in this section as tp Quality,
tomers the latest and smartest styles I Style, Variety and LOW PRICE, and
to be had. These garments are well if you are in the market for a new
^ made, of the very best materials, and U suit of clothes we can fit you out at
we are selling them at remarkably prices that will astonish you. We
^ low figures. We have them in large ] can fit every one-the tall man-the
^ quantities, and therefore can guaran- low man-the fat man-the lean man
tee a perfect fit. This line includes -and last, but not always least, the
WAISTS, SKIRTS, JACKETS AND hard-to-please man. See ourSHIRTS,
? 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 HFRE TO STAY, raREMEFORE CANT AFFORD TO MAKE MISRE91m
SREgsENTATIONSL WE WANT YOUR TRADE CONTINUALLY. AND WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT-GIVE US A CHANCE TO PROVE IT.


STHE BOSTON STORE.
r; Marion Opera House Block, Southeast Corner Public Square.
IIIAUAU iA Ai i AAAAiiLLAAi i ikUiliiiLitILLmmLLALAIiii lif ILL in in II II i iI IL


pired to preferment in the political
world, but if he ever got a job where
he didn't have to pay his own expenses
then I'll eat a half bushel of potatoes.
He was one of those party whee'-
| horses who had to. pull the wagon,
help pay for the wind instruments and
look up his own fodder. By and by
he got surfeited with those good things
and it came to pass that wise men
from abroad who had money to burn,
and were not afraid to burn it, saw
his light trying to aluie away down

W. J. Shively, BatsvillUe, Ohio,
speaking of Banner Salve, says; "I
uted it for piles, and it has done tome
more good than any salve I have ever
eased, and I have tried a great many
kinds." Anti-Monopoly Drup Rtore.m

iu the woods, with no oil worth speak-
ing of, so they called him to "come up
higher." He went.
After seven years of labor at the
head of the greatest journal in Flori-
da, this man, George W. Wilson, ris
shown that he is equal to the demands
of a larger sphere of action, and
proven that environment is the great-
est factor in individual growth. If he
remained down in the woods of Ma-
rion county he would today be work-
ng to sppor to support the railroads, whereas
they are now working to support him.
Some men grasp opportunity by the
forelock and jumping astride ride se-
curely all the rest of their days, while
others get but a grip upon the tall and
wear themselves out trying to keep up.
And there are yet hundreds of others
in this state who cry aloud day and
nignt amid the eeaoelde pe|lk of type
anid the monotonous elauk tf the
pres, saying: "Look here, all the
world and see how great and attractive
is Florida !"
If thoie men should cease to cry
and th t machinery should sustpeind
its rttle there would soon he a lot of
"staatmenmI" distappear from public
view-and thoseistatesmen are not all
editors.-ToM SAWYER. in West Hills-
Iboro Press.


Seven Vears in Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire
the frt-inds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law-
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to l:tavet her bed in se'etv years
on sacount of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous pro--tration and general debil-
ity, tIut "ilree bottles of,Electric Bit-
ters enabled me to walk." she writes,
a**nd in, thr-'e months I felt like a new
pter-timI." WVoiutii uftfering from hea I-


WE EAT MEAT


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To grow strong. mule
Kgoo meat we may aP
it alone. There is no
in tough meat-inslte
ing, it takes strength
it. It pays to be c
buying meat-:-be sui
the beto-tender and
Pay a little more if no
put enasethingin your
which will put flesh
thomnes ad strong blow
heart.


EDWARDS BROI
jaM ft am 4 COp Ma4rketrr W.


ea we get *
p well let
Sfstrergth
ad of giv-
to digest
areful it
e to get
eIbeoe.
ed band
rtobmch
0nt yeur
SJin yar


A. E. DELOUE8T


HARDWARE

Sash and Doors,
Farming Tools,

READY MIXED PAITS, TC



READ THIS!

T. F. THOMAS HARDWARE AND REED CO.
RELIABLE AND TESTED SEEaD


GAINESVILLE. FLA.. September a. i9gr.
We, the undersigned, truck growers of (ainesville and vicinity, hereby certify that we hboo
bought seed of all kinds from Dr. T. F. Thomas and that all seeds sold as have given general B-
isfaction. We know Dr. Thomas to be a business% man and a gentleman, and atl of eor deage-
with him have been pleasant and satisfactory. We cheerfully recommend him tonyone wanting.
anything in his line.
H. C. Denton. J. A. J. Strickland. C. A. Colclough. J. A. Alsop.
J. N. Holly, 0. P. Cannon, J. A. Robertson. T. Deaby,
F. R. Denbv. S. D. McDonald S. H. Wienges, Main & Dentois
A. L. Daughtry. J. H. Jarvis. T. P. Davis C. W. McDonaks.
Wm. Daughtry, F C. Crown, F. M. Ramsey, W.B. Crown.
W. P. Davis
I hereby r-etifv that the gentlemen wiho--e names are signed to the above are the largst-
growers of truck for market ins this ,ecti'n. ani! tothe best of my knowledge and beliet the segim
tures are genuine. H C. DE NTON. Clerk Circuit Court, Alachaa County.

-X Write for prices.
T. F. THOMAS HARDI)WARE AND SEED CO.,
Gainesville, Fla.


THE SO UTH I, A ND RABBITRIES


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mitwd to poor farm for te: days the
emt tto tepaid by Jao. L. Edward,.
Me hustles of the poece having been
oeeeted iu 4dstriet No. 11, 12 and 15, it
was edel eM that taid justice ditriets
be &ae~ed to and become : part of


mAll well-all happy-lots
of fun". That is the regular
report from the monkey cage
dc Barnum's Circus ever since
the keepers began dosing the
monkeys with Scott's Emul-
sion. Consumption was carry-
ing off two thirds of them
every year and the circus had
to buy new ones. -
One day a keeper accident.
ally broke a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion near the monkey
cage and the monkeys eagerly
lapped it up from the floor.
This suggested the idea that it
I;ght do them good. Since
thtn the monkeys have received
I, gulr doses and the keepers
report very few deaths from
consumption. Of course it's
4 healwr to buy Scott's Emul-
,;,n than new monkeys--and
that suits the circus men.
Consumption in monkeys
and in man is the same disease.
If you have it or are threaten-
ed with it can you
take the hint?
This picture r eprepents
the Trade Mawk of Scott's
m I-ulon and is on the
wappe o f every bottle.
SM O r6 smpk.
SCOTT & BOWN F,
oq Pearl St. New VoAk.
Soc and S. all druggistu.

0 g frl "iLAT5.
Pmeadisegs of the **rd of CGe*ty
OseNmafsieters-R-eglar Sessism.
At a regular meeting of the loardl
Oaf county coLAmi!"lonUers held Mon-
day November 4th, 1,o1., the following
mentors were prepeut: H. W. Long
chairman, and (tommUnimitnerN J. L.
K4ward*, F. Lucius, N. A. Fort and
K. L Wartmanno.
Thq mlautes of last meeting were
reed eonvrqd and approved.
W. C. lalbraitb, surety on: tand of
Me Krowu to carry plstol, tasked to
be relteved from i'me. It was order*-
tht maid party be notified to give
ew taned by neat meeting of aid
hwrd, otherwtse license would le re-
vwked.
lends of lewis M. Sherouse and 0.
W. McDonsald to eairy rifles were .a.-
Ded. ol C. A. Howell, F. C. Lang,
J. W. Jactsoae, J. D. Ferguson, W. O.
Mamey, H. R. MecAteer, D. M. Cr'sby,
A. J. tmae, J. W. WiUson, J. O. Turnip-
med, A. D. Marti.wJA. Churchill. L.
K. SMe. James Ste8vens and W. E.
NXt, t arry p als, wees examined
It M edertmthat C. L .eals bead-


Tompklas, Mrs. Mary E. F.gg. J. W.
Nance, J. B. Harrel, M. H. R-u, 8.
W. Yongue, J. R. Connell. tE. F.
Brown and Roda McClure.
Petltion:for abandonment of Liliin
avenue as shown on map of Belleview


ditlt No. tIN between.blocks 76 and 77, was filed
Kt L Ralek. attorney for :N. P aud laid over until next meeting.
Myve appeared beier the boar.1 wittl Bond of Allen Rodgers, road over-
refrmrua to c~st otltransferrinu said seer, was approved.
Myer fe.aM convict es up'to the Mar- E. P. Thagard, tax collector, report-
sIe csit)y otl, the supreme tourt ed collection of $1763.51 on account of
having ranmtod a tew trial, the same licenses and $95.b)on account of poll
%nom ,s errd to the county attorney, taxes.
who ied an opitnkm that the county Fiues were reported: by justices of
wos ot liable for teCh eoetx the peace as follows: T. D. Craw-
I t wasM mderd that LawUtn Ageit Iford 88.;0; Robt. Bullk, .00: H."
tw dwoo r r itharr efarm. W. Douglass, $-
It wau ordered that the terrn and Following justices reported no tines
.*o ste$t at the poor farn be injured imposed in their courts: W. H. Rou,
ltr w atD.L. Grantham, W. J. Dodson, J. 0.
it wast Mode teharryt prchas- Turuiiseed, E. S. Smith, James
d h S O tHe M-ea Bluff ferry Gavin, W. W. Jackson.
P t m to altew Thoms .a Edwards T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer,
o ctaagre otemington : and Horn's submitted his reportshowing receipts,
teare raud so o surround turgees disbursements and : balances as fol-
sprerm w rsead and laid over until lows:
netI metitg.
tt motion the court hbosie was ten- County Proper-
demd to she Cbnfederate Vetermus for Balance last report..... S 2 42
bor purp. of oldit a putbllt meet Recelpts......... ............... 173 1
etg t eam same should beuoeeded. j $178 93
ON peuitt. Joht P'asteur was pDibued ................................. 184
moo ---- mmAm


THE OCALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 8, 01
.. ev e Po" me


The board adjourned until Tues-
day.
TrKDAV.
Board met. All members present.
commissionerr Wartmann presented
petitions to abrogate the road hereto-
fore granted from center of section 6,
township 16, range 22, to Anthony
which were laid over until next meet-
Ing.
Mr. Alien Rodgers presented board
with a neatly kept tame book of work
on the Cotton Plant road, which was
accepted with thanks.
Petition led at last meeting to
change the Fort Gatesroad, was grant-
ed, same to take effect when proposed
change cuto c ut and opened up by
the petitioners.
Commissioner Fort moved that the
resolutions oflred by Commissioner
Long at the September meeting with
reference to base line and branch
roads, which was laid on the table at
last meeting, be taken from the table,
which was carried.
Thereupon Commissioner Fort of-
fered the following resolution:
On motion it was resolved that sec-
tion first of resolutions prepared by
H. W. Long and laid upon the table
at the last meeting of the board be
adopted.
Second: 1 hat whereas the, obliga-
tions of the board to complete Fel-
lowsbip road and Sharpe's Ferry road
and Belleview road six miles from
Ocala and to complete a causeway
acrowe Mrsb-l Swamp will absorb
all;the available assets from the taxes
of 1901, therefore, be it
Resolved, That sections 2 and 3 be
laid upon the table.
Third: Be it resolved that.we earn-
estly commend the sentiments enun-
ciated in section four to the consider-
atio of the people of Marion county.
Resolved fourth: That we reiterate
and obligeourselves to stand by the
principles enunciated in section ave.
Which after discussion was adopted,
Commissioners Edwards and Wart-
mMan voting against same.
Commimioner Fort ofbedresolution
with reference to free ferries on the
Oeklawaha river with ruleand regu-
ulations governing same, which were
ordered published and laid over until
next meeting. [See resolutions in
another column.]
Petition to extend public road com-
monly known as the Cribbet real
from its terminus on lands of J. M.
Barco west on old road bed now in
use to intersection of public road
known as-Blitchton road near regi-
denceTe andthat said
Blitchton road be extended as a public
road from that point south upon road
bed now open and in use to Leroy,
and continue south of Leroy about 2.
miles to intersection with Horn's
bridge and Flemingtpn road, was on
motion granted.
It was ordered that Don Williams
be allowed $2 per month for two
months.
It was ordered that Dan Forman i'e
admitted to the poor farm for thirty
days, to be discharged earlier if pos-
sible.
Bonds of L.L. Meggs and W. W.
Clyatt, notary publics, was approved.
Bond of H. T. Wartmann, justice of
the peace district No. 16, apprvtd.
Applications for pensions from the
state of Florida on account of service
in the Co lelerate army were approved
as follows: J. M. Barron, J. IH. Tal-
ton, J. M. T. Carter, Mn. David (amrn,
Cha. Uixon, Mrs. Jane Hudgena, Mrs.
Iary Dilaberry, 8. J. McAteer, James
Driggert A. H. Yongue, Mrs. W. It.


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Balance .... ..*........... 26
The board then adjourned until the
next regular meetiutg.
8. T. 8UtvirUK. Clerk.
A Poeer UNthtere
Lately starved in London because
he could not digest bh food. Early use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills would
bavesaved him. 'They strengthen the
somach,i aid digestion, promote as-
similattiolmpro@e the apyeUte. Price
25e. Money back If not a mtlled.
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drng tore.
Only 2kc. 6



VIGOR T! MEN

D- %
EAMILT, q4fl(uLT AWn
IPEMANENTLY UWYB@oI3


TOin CAI l AIZ .,IN iOdwithwt
I anmtee 10 unervous ability, bat vitality,
filigsmemr fits. dixxiw hysateria, op
an drains o t ervous system caused by bad
habits or excessive use of tobacco, opium.
liquorsor living g the pace that kills." It wards
f insaity. cousomptioa and death. It clears
the blood and brain, builds up the shatte.ed
nerves, restores the Are of ysoth,and brings the
pink Slow to pale cheeks, and makes yor. young
and stroanmatin. o00. 12 boxes $5. By mail to
any address Anti-Monopoly Drg Store. 2


SEWING MACHINE
Do not be deceived by those who ad-
ver:ie a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
*2 ..00. Tlisk:;,t ofa nu',hizecan
L,& boi*-.t fy.'.na us or a 'y of our
deakli f .n $13.00 to $18.00.
we MARK A VARIEYV.
THE NEW HOKE IS THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
weaknos of Sewing Machines. The
IDtuble Fedl combined with other
strong points makes the Xv MOai
the beet Sewing Machine to buy.
L-NA- amft the l sdW t f-
we anumhtue~and pekmm besar purebmaing


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Our Boy's Suits!


We have them in great varieties-the latest styles-at the lowest pviis.
Xei'* Clay Weswted 8U*--- at $1.- fe all weaolf ats ;
a good suit at $4.00; PNas, Twe and upwards; F~l We abAl P1

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TRUNKS, SATOHELS AND VALISES


.. SHOES


TWE STAFF OF LIFE
As made t-it ifs pure ,oume andl nnr1ihiur. % e have built
up a reputatito on th,- quality of our
And-we take particular care that noth-
ing ball detract from it. The best
fiuur. prepared by skillful bands in
clean, well vntilated rooms aud per-
fectly baked in modern ovens, gives
our emtomers bread unequaled even
ty the very best borne made article.


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CHAPTER 494t-[NO. 62.]
AN ACT to Require Persons Running or Operating or TurtMl h Cae
or Wagons, or Persons Habitually Hatling Heavyf oads &d nOr t byh
Public Roads of this State, to Keep the Portionof Such Roadsed by
Them in Repair.
Be it macdW by the giwre of o he Sate of rid: or t
Section 1. That any person who shall run or opat a lg, mber or t-
pentine cart, carts, or wagon, on or over an public read in this St
any person habitually hauling heavy loads fany kind ono
shall keep the portion of such roads used by tmIn Vdond no
repair as the portions of the same road, or pUblle road s 1&3 in tlc ,DE
used by them are kept. o
Sections. Any ior persons who shallrun orope *aem .of
waon a are dea Imedt athe fn action of tthis ae, a MAastedlm
ally having heavy loads of any kind, on or _vf o vr
or roads who hball Maegleekt, or refe, to repair any public aid d
by suc k cartor wages, as red IM byMthel mt s Ia- 1sofU,
within thrt day after bees e or at g
be needed i albe deemedt guity a, i sspe__e Ii E6.
shall be fined not km tted twee VeM ddonAu"i utafi Hid
dollr, or be laprinm te tai 3W Jail not- aa i s h
terminin the amount of ae to be lapoed the Jude -. y my e ad
tent of the damage don, and the ea -makME te mammay a-7 0a"
aU flne elected halube paid nt.o late th g i n....r ---_
Section S. That It s heeby mat .d o Sad lk- .
Superlsor, or Oveneer, in M of such pA e M ad orroae.to w h
provisions of this act are corn with, and to makejsotago" iy
person or prisons who my Tiolate tthe mM aN, iallM rAM e" .IN ed
that the damaged roads wa usually nmed and Mwe .eds public iway
be prima facie evidence that the same was a public read witi Miabi
of this awt.
Section 4. That any person violating tie provisions of act sh am
be liable in civil action for all damages aused to such public road, nd the
cost of repairing same, which amount, together with a reesable attorm e
fee, may be recovered by suit in a court of competent jurldetion by
Board of County Commisiloners for the use and benefit of the county in which
such road may be located, and any recovery shall be pakidJnto the county road
unSection 5. That Capter 4170, Acts of 1893, Chapter 4196, Acts of 18W0, and
all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this act be and
they are here hereby repealed; Provided, however, Said laws sha remain in tm
as to any cause of action which may have occurred prior tothe date ofth mact.
Approved May 1,1901.
All persons having violated or that may violate the provisions
of the foregoing law are hereby notified that unless they coBmply
with the same at once they will be prosecuted as per provisions of
the same.
By order of the Board of County Commis.ioes.
October 7, 1901. H. W. LOxN, Chairman.



Dnt let your children

acquire the Coffee Habit.

Get out of the rut yourself!i

All doctors recommend

COCOA & CHOCOLATE

in preference to coffee.

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iw eisas
'raa.a. Pta.. Nov. 4, I-1.

uend we am nty met thisd ,ay
Senfarmn wtsh th eN foewsiug
-Mel1pes | t: n. .w t t, chair.
m IIt Stiaed iIL.1. Hallt
tetaslaw t meeting wed aud

vr. K. ior. rtsala rlf'rI theb
tasdi t aW *f the eale ifar atud
b oed ae tased to uem rgs the at -
asw mush uas ia***able ork
w tbhe arbvr"aad p1pilt. A letter
tam Maar EK. W. IlNhiody ua.it*g
thj S rileads bad easb rat.. to
Spupth atr Atrb sm eesnty fIr the
-m-d t ap at $1.0k, sed where a school
p enm t ie is r it a tedy with a
eftr. te m da Mwae would be tat-
mse s a~s a plre. The board In-
a sd inpNivtedet to notify
go -ga-f -dt i dgdrd to attoed the
tIr *t ey wmuld be allewd to
dsm embad n N.'w. ste and d
and thl am weold e paid for t

muMs S1 dhnd ir -1t sOl, bOt


uddigaiw badtem A rAy other,

ud -wws Imesated, beta
ofma bake elkl i to who
it. .m#. thiis wrk, the bill as
asg e mrm Informatim& ad
a% us to whem shal pay the t-


ton shaSt o Anthemy seating that
M sg ha d mquested him to
mebo appetise o thoe board to put
a lela thle h hed nmsad"t An-
%bmo. Ti mequst was robbed, as
t eboad bes already declared that
aw Woud mae mso new repaired aor
b ay se w ftrtesae
A W b fte W. An-der*oo, of
d shea"l mpraImted for a
tAft egd dair, but wes Mfmd.
e lir n WIlla0m Hope,
enpeelsar of Mt. PUtmet ealosd
_i-_e asep- -_ad Hintoa How-
aq eimamd t a a rIk n O

at immot s and eumorAeld. which
td, t id aIinsldntsold
eto a, rthe to ation of board at

arol applcatleoUeo for aistant
hm werbefore the board, but all
mee rfwad, and thbe board declared
iat it won gramt no assistants for
ay seeMi during the remanlder of
the p-est terms.
Te fltllowleg maolutieon wa poied:
T t vIs ew of tbe tact that the
a lagie bar pamond the law that
aN pulie shools sha observe e th
pM d fron December 24th to January
lat, beh days ieldive, as a vacation,
and ao oe of thee day sball be
emted as ta ugt in a teaeber's if-
ot, at is the opinion of this board
hat b, attempt to tacb, either on
unday before Christma or on Thur-
day sad Friday after New Year, would

Therefore it is the order of this board
that all schools in Marion county di.-
mtas for the holidays at the close of
the ached on Friday December st*b,
aMd o gaain on M)olnday January
.b ansd that nuo taclher will be paid


r any tine taught between Deem-?
We Skb h td JuT y kh. JAPANESE
T pe nopgrinu Deau.t was inructed I
to notify all the teacher that Thankn- -
giv*g shall he iven by all the s'lhoo!s 1 U L E H.
Is the rMntly, and the teachers shall
br mpid Jsl the given bya l
e |a1d Jutn the saMne !A new and complete treatment consisting of
The resignation of W lb. Bullowk, Suppostorises. Capanes ofO~ atment and two
C I.I af boces of Ofutment. A neve -ailing cure for
etlirt n ,of tbhe bnard of trustees, for Piles of every mature and degree. It akea an
the O.als special school district, w oratls with the knife. which ia painful, and
te4dered and aTvepted, and the chair- I re this terrible disease. We pba. a written
ma. mmd seeretary of th. board of guarantee in each S box. No care no pay.
Man &nd reetary of thb board of and Oe abox. 6 lor I-. Sent by mai. 5mp
pubc tInstrction were authorized to free.
all %be Vaeany. INTME"T USW AND 5.
he r's report showing total n- A Cured. Pie Preve t&
GW ?At Japanese User Pellets. the
alp for the month, U .&; total dig- great liver and semach regulator and bleod
kmm' ?s, Sa3.00; balance < trf purifier. small. mild and plaa to take; ew
ra 6 e 10 pe.ally adapted for children's use. Fiftdame
rv. iy66cents. AAprorvd. s2C. Ati-Minspoly Drug name. 00 a


Cash Ito thehands of the treasurer
fo special dtetrics as follows: Ocala,
1I 0; Mellateb, 1441; Belleview.
Sewe"; teto, $127.31
Wepomr and counts amounting to
ISM wer examined, found correct,
and odesed paid by warrants on the
eeoty Umsury.
There being no further business the
btard adjourned
W D. CARN, secretary.

A q 1, tRearing Ree
Wasbhd down a telegraph line which
C(bah. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., hadi to
repair. "Standing waist deep In icy
water," be writes. "gave me a terrible
edM santeough. It grew worse daily.
Finally tnhe best docto in Oakland,
Neb.. mioux City and Omaha said 1 had
eso-emption and could not live. Then
I be au usiug Dr. King's New Die-
rovery and was wholly cored by six
nttlea." Pmitlvely guaranteed for
e a ndeol and ain throat and lung
troubles by Anti-Monopoly Drug
lt*re. Price Oe. 5
**st* Farm.
oPelaC owe.s Ocla assner.
We aeb having fne weather for
having bay, which the barens are
doing as bt as possible.
Mr. and Mrs. Jame Luffman, of
Kerr CIty, are vistlag Mr. IrTm-n's
parent at this place.
The pinder boiling at the school
heom was a success. There was a
large attendance numbering about
saventy-ive. Songs, recitation%, dia-
logme@, etc., were the order of the
evening.
Mr. James Luffman's little baby has
thbe diptera.
Mr. Charlie Ieituer, while mowing
bay last Thursday, had the mistfortuue
to sever one of the leaders in his
ankle, which Luade a very severe alnd
palnfal wound.
Rev. J. Graham preached a very
Interesting sermon here Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Murphy is building a
brick chimney to his residence. Mr.
Bcarboroogh is building a new hou-e
and Mr. B. H. Lettner is finishing up
hbe residMeen on the inside.
Miss IAsieJohnson and Miss Alvya
Stevensonoo are numbered among thoee
on the sik list.
Mr. Charlie tAmaan made a fyiug
vivit to GrahamvUlre Suuday. We
wold like to knew who the attract

Among our visitors last week we
noticed Messrs. Robert and George

Mears. Bufofd Leittir and Geo.
Stevens went to Ocklawaha swamp
Friday and killed about twenty-five
equirrebl. JUDIK
PFr earsemess.
Benj. Iugeren, of Hutton, Ind.,
mys he had not spoke na ord above a
whbper for niooths, and ot.e bottle of


Foley's Hodey and Tar restored his
vele. Bwere you get Foley's. AntU-
Monopoly Drug 8tore. m

UhlMeaI's I at t State Fair.
Thburaay, November 21, has been
Aed as ool Children's Day" at
the State Fair, and there will be more
children seen a" Jaeksonville on that
day than was ever before seen in
Florida at any one time.
That, in itself, will be a sight worth
seeing.
Alachua will head the list with two
thousand and Marion will not t*e far
behind. If other counties do as well
the railroaeds will be taxed to their ut-
most capacity to handle the numbers.
The admission has been fixed at fif-
teen cents and exceedingly cheap rates
will be secured.
To Care a o gh0.
Stop coughing as it irritates the
luags, and gives them uo chance
to heal. Foley's Honey and Tar earem
without causing a strain in throwing
otf the phlegm like common cough
ex|wctoraunt. Anti-Monopoly Drug
8tore. m


The next regular semi-aunual meet-
ing of the msluical exauiinini I cagd :
of the filth di-trict of Florida will be
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

N OTTC I I HUSMT GIVXE THAT C. K.
COONUR.parbaw of Tex CertiSso No.
16-3, dated August 7th. g,-7 ha led mid cer-
tifiate in my oice -I has made anl ctioa
for taxdeed to = = We in accordaee th law.
said certificate embraces the tolowian descried
property situated in Marion county, Florida,
to wit: com.ening at a point 2a.08 cins west
of southeast corner of northeast quarter of
souateast quarter section 36. towhbip t5 south,
range 22 east. thence west 13.33 chains, north 3
chains, east 13 33 chains south 3 chains, 4o acres.
The said land being seessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the same of Mrs.
E. E Mixon. Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 25th day of November, A. D. 19ot.
S. T. SISTRUNK,
10-25 Clerk Circuit Count.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TER 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.

NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVXN THAT MRS.M.
& J.CARMICHAK z purchaerof City Tax Cer-
tificateNo 5datedte 4th.day of_ Sept. A.
haAled saidcmtiic F 'Pin e -- d h-A
coa ir tax ed o ei acw-
ce ith aw. Sad certificate embraces e
foUlowidcr.bed property l tuated in MHioae
Sdato t: oedbalfof lot bltoc
38, old s eyOcala. Thesaid land be ia-
meMedattbhedteof muaneonofs h certieate
in the -me of Carmcael on. Un.n.. aid
crtificate shal be redeemed acoordi- to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the t day of
November, A D V it.
Witness my ofcial nature ad seal this the
i5th, day of October. A. D. xzt.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
S11-18 [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court.


NOTICE.- OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
MAGGIE VOGT, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No, 1403, dated the 3rd, April, A. D., I893, has
filed mid certificate in my ofce and has made
application for tax deed to i6aue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Mariom coun-
ty. Florida. to wit: east half of motheast quarter
ofsoutheast quarter and northwest quarter of
southeast quarter of southeast quarter section 27,
township 16. range 18, 3D acres. The said land
being asessed at the date of the issance ofsech
certificate in the name of Albertus Vogt. Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed accordag to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 9th day
of December A. D. 19o1. 1N-8
(Seal) S,. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court.


FOR A


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
PARDON.


NOTICE IS HXRkBY GIVEN BY THE UN-
deruiged that on the
sak day of vovember A, D. r9or,
he will apply to the board of pardoas of the
state of Florida at Tallahassee within said state,
for a pardon of the crimeof larceny of a certain
cow alleged to have been t.e property of one
Jesse W. Reynolda. of which be was cnvicted
on the 3rd day of April 4. D. 1g9, at the spring
term of the circuit court for the county of
Marion.
This October to. g90o.
1o0n CHRISTO KER C. HIGGMIW THAM.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

NOTICE IS HEREVY GIVEN THAT R. W.
PFRGL'SON.prdchaser of Tax Certificates
No. a67tand B. dated thedth.Aprl. A. D. 1i8,.
has fieu said certifcate in my o- ad has
made appMcatlonor tax deed to Ise- in accor-
dance with law. 41aid certi aes embrae the
following dascnb oerty situated in Marton
county, Florida, s anuft qurtur of
southwest quarter sectao 31, towan range
2t. 4o acre. SathweU t qute r o mwi
quarter sectm i 31, _to i 3. 2, 40
acres. Theridland bIn- ----sate date
of the Isumance of machn ite na me
of unknown. Unless sanidM m slenss s e re-
deemed accesding to law, tan dc wIM Mase
thmes on ae tke d ay of DeM-Ms. A. ,.
tr-i S T. W5 2WE
Clerk chict Cmurt., Maks Conunty,

NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CRED-
ITORS


In the Dstrict Court of the United States for the
Southern Dstnet -f Florida.-In Bank-
rupuTy.
In the matter of Zack C. Chamblis vs. hlbanan
J. Copley, BankrApt --In Bankrptey.
rpO THE CREDITORS OF BLHAMAN J.
I COPLEY. of Daisy. in the county of Marion
and district aforesaid a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the Sth day of
October A. D. IgOd. the said Elhavan J. opley
was duly adudicated bankrupt ;and that the first
meeting of his creditors will he held at the oce
of H L. Anderson. EM q., in Ocala. FlIa., on the
,IA day of v emier, A. D.,A 9f,
at 9o lo'ock in the forenoon, at which time the
said creditors may attend, prove their claims
appoint a trustee. examine the bankrupt and
trans ict su :h other business as may properly
come be tore said meeting. ER. VOYLU,
Retree in Bankrbptcy
Gainesville, Fla.. Oct. a9, "90R. ia.x
NOTICE.

NOTICES HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
and by*irtue of a final decree rendered on
the 14th May of October A, D. qos, by the Hon
Minor S. Jones, judge pro hac vice, in a ce tain
cause then pending in the circuit courtof the fifth
judicial circuitof Florida in and for Marion coun-
ty, in chancery. wherein McCORM&CK NEAL
was ctmplainant and WILLIE S. BULLOCK and
W.IELL OCas trustee, were defend-
ant%.. the undersigned named and appointed in
said decree to execute the same, will on
Monday ,heandSday of Dvcewftber, A. D.iifor,
during the legMl hours of sale. in trout of the
court house Qoor in Marion county, FPlorida., of-
fer for sale and will sell to the highest and best
bidder, f r cash, the mortgaged premises in said
decree mentioned and described as follows. vis:
all lry' ur -IT.I rn-l teftin T7 townshipD 12 siuth


'The Montezuma Hotel


OOALA.


FLORIDA.


J. P. Galeoway. Prep. E. I. Abb.t, SJr. M.
......... RATIE $.W* PER DAY ....


:. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND .:

Wader Entire New Manaemet. mestd a"nd ear-h "-.
New BIth BRems. BRes Table Servls. '

W A THOROUGHLY MODERN UP-TO-DATE HOTEL. *


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COMMERCIAL BANK, OCALA.

[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]

CAPIT A T. 5000O

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals 8oleilted.
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and Sold.

INTEREST PAID ON TIMEIDEPOSITS


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manufacturing eo.


LETruu D AEAN AND UL BASKETS.


CALNTELOUP AND C Tla l


CR IIATZL


- Orange Box Material -

PATENT VENTILATED PRODI CE BARREL

SW WE MAKE TEE 3B T Or TE m*ANeT *-M
Rough and Dreamed Lumber and ld Maerid



White EU kory WIgB

We s les do thettis ek
- is mseek. Wi.. M-ie m md wem WW i--- ,



tb e le skein ome-borsm ,on. 21 thimble skean, Ite mtim ; a
'fW.E.Wn ig WoSm: iash thigbble skeis, 2 W btS h
gt; 21 lash thibe skit, t Ih te medium; 21 Iae tehi ae s
nsh 1 ei savy wit~h or without bodies.
four bers.. Steel skin tuarsUSe; 8, twbesue; 3U4, two boom; ha
horns. We also SMearry a lae o l eads-s lniaV p4h6
skelas, bozxes,e.
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FLORIDA STATIC FAIR

JAGKSOEVILLK FLA.




The plant System


Will sell round trip tickets from all points within the stato to
Jacksonville and return, account occamon above specified, ame
ly: FOR INDIVIDUALS-At rate of 3 cents per mile, nMe way 6.
tance, for the round trip. FOn MILITARY COMPANIES AND
SBANDS IN UNIFORM-Twenty or more on one ticket-at -*Isd
cents per mile per capital, one way distance, for the round ip
Short mileage will be applied in both cases.
Tickets to be sold November 18 to 22, with floa return limit N,,vember
Call on agents of the Plant System or write to the sdenrslaed fur Asbedh,
rates from any point desired, and any further satormado.
7. Xg.=T, oT. Iss. gt., 13S West by ml, ,
W.B. IDUXZgall fc, tSelfso,3weW=9h"mI"h 3
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Florida Agricultural College
LAKE CITY, PLA.

ElwMUTEITM VYAR...t---l0SIUi SEPTEIMR SOP, lsO .

Four courses of four years, in Agriculur,, Merbauleal n M.
gineeriug, Latin-S-ience, Clamiae. Onu- year' course nla buii-
e nes: Stenography. Typewriting and Teklgrapby. A prepay..
tory course of one or two years, as required, for those wisaing so
prepare for the oollege. Post-Gradnatu courses arr also owved.
Young men under military discipline Young women under
reflinir home influences at ' aunl first ,clam equipment. Tuitiou fr.-e to Florida studgratz
Other expensesvery small. For cstalogu addre1
T. H..TALIAFEIM O, C. E., Ph. 9.D Premldem.


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AMERICAN CEREAL CO'S GOODS.



___ Quaker Rolled White Oats

FLBUaVictor Rolled White Oats
Pettijohn's Brealfast Food

'F. S." Pearl Hominy

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__ best are the most nourishing, go further, and are therefore the least ex-

Spensive. WE SELL. THE BEST GROCERIES ON EARTH.

~ This is not a mere statement made to draw trade, but a fact borne out

by the goods themselves. We get our goods from the most reliable

'1 sources, and the quick movement of stock doesn't give anything time to

: get "below par." See a few of the latest arrivals:


HEnCKER'S PACKAGE GOODS


S-- Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour.
Self-Rising Yellow Sweet Corn Flour.
Self-Rising Griddle Cake Flour.
Old Homestead Pan Cake Flour.
Hecker's Rolled White Oats in packages.





RALSTON'S PURINA FLOUR

-- Health Breakfast Food yMakes 'Brain Bread."


40- Breakfast for Thirty People Perfect Health Bread
-In a Two-Pound Package Builds Sound Bodies.
-- b Most cereals require a double boiler, and at least This is the most glutinous whole wheat floor
twenty minutes' cooking, while this is prepared in ever produced, ni ring a sweet nutritious bread that
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