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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 15, 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 People, for the People and by the People."

JIAM=JMU 1iW. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMRBR 15, 1901. DOLLAR A TAR.

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mwd pumuehaina seem at 244asto1m &d
so umw6 14d with the prempec t of
14misma mieis apidly gaining
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The Oalsa Banner is not given to
biagng but ive subecriptiod from
Lowellno one day is not a bad show-
tla. TSt was the record In this oflee
lasW tatray. The Ooals Banner sb
paltg rather than losing its popu-
larity.
Today take edey, Homey and Tar.
It peitively prevents peeumonua, or
ether erios result from colds. It
ma be tee late tomorrow. Anti-Mo-
mapo reu ato. aW
Mr. &A.Stadle had the misetr-
tame to have hs fine pointer dog
known as "Doetor" bittme by a rattle-
snakehlat MNeday. Mr. oIs Haley
was hunting with him at the time.
He put him In his buggy and brought
him hurridly to town. Dr. Smith ap-
plied antidotes and brought him
around all right in a littlee while.
The best dead Belgians are worth 20
cents a pound. The live ones have
brought, and will again, over $6 per
pound. Join our family and we will
show you how to raise the best ones.
Should you want to start in this
businem send your orders to F. W.
Biggs, proprietor of the English-
American Rabbitry, Oeala, Florida.
A committee appointed for the pur-
pose, after a very thorough examina-
tion, reports that a complete water
works plant can be erected at Kis-
eimmee, consisting of 8 and 6 Inch
mans and 4 inch laterals, for $12,500
or $16,000. The water works plant in
Oeala is estimated to have cost some-
thing like $100,000. Either this estli-
mate or the Kissimme estimate is
badly off.
Thousands of men and women suf-
fer from piles, especially women with
Ismale weakness have this suffering
to contend with in addition to their
other pales. Tabler's Buckeye pile
olatmeat will quickly effect a cure.
Price fifty cents In bottles,' tubes 75
cents. Ant-Mooopoly Drug Store. m
Mr. W. K. McDonald, for a number
years bAiness manager of the Ooala
ansaer, previous to whites time was
editor of the Marion Free Pres and
ata later period editor of the Morn-
ing News, is now in Monticello. He
is connected with the Monticello Con-
stitutlon. Mr. McDonald is a splend-
Idall-round newspaper mau and the
Constitution is to be congratulated on
securing his services. Mrs. McDonald,
little son and daughter, are with him.
The family will be a valuable acquisi-
tion to the msecal eircles of Monticello.
When you feel that life Is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanse 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
Col. L. P'. Miller was In Ocala Mon-
day and made this office a pleasant
social and financial visit. He has at
last had his dwelling finished on his
(arm and now feels that he is a
Floridlan for life. He has been suc-
em.f.l the last year in growing all
kinds o( crops and especially so in the
yield of watermelons, corn, velvet
beans, cassava and sweet potatoes.
If there are any "doubtingThomases"
who do not believe that legitimate
arming will pay in Florida, they have
only to volit Col. Miller's farm to have


WELL I
Ohio, we bellweve, and some other
states, held an election on the 4th of
November.
When holding their conventions
the democratic party in said states,
and especially in Ohio, mat down some-
what heavily on the Ch kage and
Kanma City platform.
We have a distinct reeollectlon also
that the Atlanta Journal, and some
other newspapers, voicing a peculiar,
a more modern and distinct variety
of democracy, were tickled almost to
death and chuckled for a month or
more over the wreck and rain done
to those immortal proclamations.
These newspapers exultingly pro-
claimed that the democratic party
had rid itself of its barnacles and in-
cubuses, returned to Its old moorln&s,
and would regain all that it had lost.
Loyal democratic newspapers like,
the Oala Banner, believing that the
defeat of the republican party was
the paramount Isem, and if that were
acomplished, as incerely as they
believed that the principles enunci-
ated in the Chiego and Kan City
platform were ideally democratic,
they wereeve willing to ee them ef-
head rom the esutemheo of demoes.
my of which they farmed the brght.
t p irt, f by so doing the republican
party could be overthrown.
What haebe en the result?
peakk it not in Oath; whisper it
not in the sttoe of Ahelon !"
Tell It not to the Atlanta Journal.
The wreckage of the democratic
party is strewn all along the ebore.
The Tammany tiger is even slain.
In Ohio the republican party rolled
up a majority almost three times as
large as were the figures against Bry-
an in 1896 when the campaign was
made almost solely on the free silver
issue.


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So It must be plain to reasonable
and thinking people that "16 to 1" is
the least of the causes of all our woes.
The democratic party simply lost its
opportunity Sad must cheerfully and
patriotically bide its time.
Throwing bricks will not help mat-
ten.
It is the duty o( the democratic
pty Art to get together and second
after getting together have the good
sense to stay together.
To do this every loyal democrat
should cheerfully acquiese in the ac-
tlion of the national convention.
We should learn from our adverma-
ries that in union there is strength.
A divided party has lost us Tam-
many; has lost us every northern,
eastern and western state, and these
factional disturbances now threaten
the loss of some of the southern states
as well, which would be a calamity,
indeed.
Carried upon the top of a high
mountain and shown the glories fol-
lowing in the footsteps of commer-
calisHm, pure and simple, the demo-
eratic party must, like an immortal
fige in history, stand erect and say,
".et thee behindd me, 8tan!"
ee-mm--ed I to Tralems.
0. H. Haseen, ILma, 0., Eagieer
L. E. W, R. L. writes: "I have been
troubled a great deal with habekhe
I was indeed to try Foley's Kidney
Cure, and one bottle entirely relieved
me. I gladly recommend it to any
one, especially my friends amo the
trainmen, who are nsly similarly
afieted." Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
Governor Jennings has appointed
Mr. 8. T. Oistrunk, of this city, one of
the state auxiliary committee of the
McKinley national memorial asso-
elation, the purpose of wheih is to
raise funds for the erection of
a monument at Washington City to
the martyred president. Florida is
expected to raise one thousand dollars.


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THE OCALABAN .NOVEMBER 5. &M0 --- ---- -f---4 -6- -. -


Ben Baysor, of Lowell, spent Wed-
nseemy in the city.
srW children's good shoes at low
pss try L Fret. 10-.M2-tf
EadaW ew i biignr a d
beer the m evs.
Mim Lavalatte Martin has been
quite siek during the pa week.
Mr. L. N. Is Fontisee, of aines-
ville, was a visitor to Ocala this week.
Mr. Osant McCall, formerly of Oesaa
but ow of New York, is visiting the
eity.
Wedmedna, W*vember Tith,
to the date 1 maa Rhew at

We are rejoiced to say that Mrs.
Hooker and Mrs. Nash are both im-
proving.
Mr. Isaac Bereton, of Jacksonville,
was registered at the Ocala House
Wednesday.
Mr. Tot Mitchell, of the firm of
Mtteh a and Sparkman, of Belle-
view, was in Oeals last Monday.
B]v. HRgh Morris, the eloquent
Plesbyteran divine, will addmam the
pilusof the Oeala high scboollithis
afterneom at S o'lock.
Mr. Frank B. Turner, of Gaiter, an
4 eand valued fried of this paper
was I town last Monday and left this
e0se a Muvenir in the shape of a 16
to 1 uenmt money of the realm.
f ao t la hegUt a !

Mr. J. H. Whitaeld, who has been
vitIng relatives In Thonemasvlle, Ga.,
isthegmetof Mrs. R. D. Thompson
r a fw days prior to-b departed
Ihr T a where she vl .side in
the flare.
.Ma. H. A. Prwd has itmuMd home
al6 asdx maevie tt lafmdaD Be.f
Ads, Mechster, New York City and
WashAintne. Her daughter, Miss
lmty hed, did not return with her
but has gone to Caneinnati where she
wil seped a month with Miss Hele
Mafr.
H OGage 0. Mathews reached
Oeala et Satuday from an extended
dny In South Ammriea and is kept
shkingka ds withold friends.
It is almost certain that be will re-
side in Oala but his line of businem
is not definitely determined. The
O(al Banner makes this announce.
meat with a great deal of pleasure.
seat fall to asee M aigs. It
wil be maeey well pemt.


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Jerry McClellan was cut in the
stomach at Madison by 0. Perry
Smith on the e and died on the 10.
The parties re prominent.
The Ocs Bnner regret to announce
the sudden death of Miss Edna Frink
at Fellowship bet Friday. Miss
Frink was about twenty years of
age and was a very lovable and eti-
mable young woman. She was the
daughter of Mr. Mrs. IM. P. Frink,
who In their bereavement have the
sincere sympathy of the community.
The Ocala Banner notes with a great
deal of pleasure that after a severe
illness of several weeks Dr. Edward
Dealout is out again and is on the
rapid road to complete recovery. One
of the first things he did was to re-
new his financial obligations to the
Ocala Banner which he has been doing
rgulariy every year for nearly a
quarter of a century.
Robert's Chill Tonic cures fevers,
chills and malaria. It destroys the
germ. We guarantee it. Price 25ets.
Wm. Andersen. t
Mn.N E. B. Ricker, one of the pioneer
orange growers on Lake Weir, will be
very much in evidence at the state
fair. Among other things she will
send a cluter of grape fruit, beautiful
in she and color and numbering
thirty-two. South Florida had better
look well to her laurels as Marion
county Is rapidly regaining lost ground
as the greatest fruit producing county
in Florida.
For bom, cuts, tbramues, laseeratens
or injuries of any description, Bal-
lard's new IAnament is a sovereign
remedy. It never falls to do good,
and sorepmmpUly that its woedeW a
nM 'wnppewmft'*euesty emas.

Mooopoly Drug tefte. n
MIA. Qse,9 B-0 e ByUooN was hI
Oeslat et Moadea. be has Jut rm
turned from Center Hill in Sumter
county, where she has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. William H. Ken-
drick, who has been quite slek for the
pet two weeks. We regret aso to
say that her father, Capt W. H.
Kendrick, so well known in this state
is quite slek at be home In Jackson-
ville. Mrs. Brymon will return to her
home in Havana some time soon.
If you have more throat, soreness
across the back or side, or your lungs
feel so-e or tender, or you are threat-
ened with diptheria or pneumonia,
apply Ballard's Snow Liniment ex-
ternally, and use Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.m


German at the Armory.
Last Friday night a few of Ocals's
society young gentlemen and ladies
danced an impromptu German at the
rifle's armory. While there were
present only a few couples, a most de-
lightful evening was spent. The
music was furnished by Mr. Frank
Mathews. Mr. C. V. Miller led the
two-step figures, and Mr. E. T. Hel-
venston the wallsz figures. The Ger-
man was danced until eleven o'clock
when it was turned into a regular
dance which continued until nearly
midnight.
The participants in the German
were Mr. C. V. Miller and Miss Mary
Reardon, Mr. E. T. Helvenston and
Miss Lulu Gary, Mr. George R. Me-
Kean, of Sarasota; and Miss Lena
Bullock, Mr. J. H. Taylor and Miss
Mariel Bullock, Mr. J. H. Mathews
and Miss Gertrude Pereda, Mr. Bob
Mathews and Miss Sue Barco, Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Watson, Dr. T. K. Slaugh-
ter and Miss Sara Harris.
The visitors present not participat-
ing in the German were Mrs. John G.
Reardon, Miss Alice Reedy, Miss
Hattie Porter, Miss Violet Harris,
Sidney Hiller, Charlie Moody, Howard
Clark and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc-
Intosh.


What's Teer Faee Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin-all signs of liver trouble
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complex-
ion. Only 25 cents at Garrett and
Geig's Drug Store. 6
A Ohe l"ege.
Mr. L., N. Green, candidate for
mayor, has issued a challenge or sug-
gestion to his competitors in the race
to meet him in joint debate, but as
neither Mayor Fishel or Alderman
Martin make the least pretentious to
oratory the challenge will no doubt be
declined. Mr. Green, however, says
he is not much of a speaker himself.
Mr. Green says:
"I ask no man to support me through
mere personal friendship. I deem it
the duty of every voter to cast his
ballot for what be considers the best
interests of our little city irrespective
of personal feelings and of personal
interests. This is a right which I
claim for myself and am willing to
extend it to others."
An Appreashtlg Marriage.
The engagement of Mr. Mallory
Liddon and Miss Nellie May Potter is
anooaoed, the wedding to take place
on Wedding 'evening, December
eleventh at nine o'clock, in the Metho-
dist church. The attendants will be
Miss Emma Valet Potter, sister of
the bride, mald-of-honor; Mr. Jackson
2 Hiers, of Fernandina, uncle of the
groom, best man; Mrs. Hiers, of Fer-
nandina; Mimes lola and Jonnie Lid-
don, Hattie May Porter, Lena Bullock,
and Sara Harris, will act as brides-
maids. The grooinsmen will be Dr.
E. Van Hood, Messrs. Cariosistrunk,
Will Gary, John Taylor, John Daly,
of Appalachicola; and B. H. Liddon,
of M-rlepas.
To Ore a eoeiu.


Stop coughing as it irritates the
hlugs, and gives them no chance
to heal. ley's Honey and Tar cures
without using a strain In throwing
off the phlegm like: common cough
expectorants. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m
A utsluess Obange.
Mr. George Hutchins hae retired as
agent of W. J. Mc(rath land is sue-
eeeded by Mr. E. R. Abbott, who has
full control of the business. Mr. Ab-
bott is well known in this city having
recently been manager of the Monte-
suma hotel. He is exceedingly cau-
tious and conservative in business af-
fairs and possesses popular and en-
gaging manners and we have no
doubt that the business will thrive
under his management. Mr.
Hutchins has gone to Atlanta where
he will engage in business.
Card Club Eatertatied.


Miss Mets Jewett was the charminjd
hostess of the young ladies' card club
on Wednesday. Progressive whitt
was played until dark resulting in liss
Ethel Sinclair winning the first prize,
a beautiful stick pin. There were
sixteen guests present, and a most
pleasant afternoon was spent.
The F. U. of A. Supper.
The oyster supper given last night
by Concordia Lodge F. U. of A. to its
members, was largely attended and
was a complete succeed. in every way.
Mr. C. L. Bittinger acted as toast
master, and until early twelve
o'clock wit and good cheer prevailed.


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Two hundred or more partook of
a magnificent dinner, and there were
hamper baskets to span.
It was given by the Oaala Camp to
the Daughters of the Cenedraey, and
they were cangratalated by all bands
upon its complete success.
WKveybedyl M-uld ee Mafta%
arew on thebe k.
seem at the Armoyw.
The armoy lart night was the sene
of a very delightfull dacce. There
were thirteen couples present and
until midnight the mmrry dance was
kept up. The weather was cold
enough to make the dance more: en.
joyable. The music was furnished by
Mr. Frank Mathews. The occasion
was graced by the following of Oeala's
youth andibeauty: PMrs., F. L. Wat-
son, Misses Esther Weathera, Lola
Gary, Hattie Dye, Lena Rullock, 'wade
Bullock, Florrie Condon, ertie Pera-
der, Beatrice Sinclair, Iva sanudley,
Sue Baroo, Sara Harris, Hattye Por-
ter; Messrs. J. Pearsoa Moody, J. H.
Taylor, T. K Slaughter, E. Hillr,
G. H. Ford, Stanley master, Lee
Miller, Charlie Moody John Mathews,
C. V. Miller, Charlie Lloyd and Steph.
en Jewett.
Dem'9 fal, to be In Oeala em
the 27th aad see Walter I.
nala 5ig Sho"w.
The GMO Farm for Sale or at.
The above well known farm, one .of
the most desiralle in the vicinity of
Ocala, only half mile from haid road,
large baro, stable and good dwelling
and tenant bones. Apply to,
L P. I U R,,
11 16-4t Box 44, Ucala, Fla.


TO THI PUBLIC.


We understand some one N trying
to imitate our


for chill and fever.
This is a poor way todo business to
say the least of it.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the trogest eond
meant you could give it, In the e of
all Intellent people, and I hope the
people of Oal w continue to take

666r chillandno
for chill and fever, and aceept no sub-


stitute.


Yours respetfully,
MownIcICUo DaRo Co.,
Monticellc, Florida.


For sale in Onala by-
The Potoffee Drg8 Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Wm. Anderson's Drg 8Store.


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The Coafederato Vetoenm.
The 'meeting of the Confederate
Veterans in this city yesterday w a
the largest sinee the organization of
the camp.
Fifty or more assembled at the
city council hall and Artist Gottlieb.
photographed the group. They then
marched by twos to the court house to
listen to the literary program. The
room was comfortably filled.
Col. John M. Martin, at the request
of Commander G. M. Hubbard, acted
as master of ceremonies, and in a
felicitous speech introduced Hon. John
G. Reardon, orator of the occasion.
He said on account of bis tender years
he did not participate In the civil
war, but had often thought if he had i
been permitted to shoulder a musket,
the result 6f that struggle might have'
been different.
Mr. Reardon's speech was not only
humorous and eloquent, but was
studious and thoughtful, and if re-
duced to cold type would prove a
splendid contribution to the literature
of that memorable period in our his-
tory. I
He paid a splendid tribute to the
battle scarred heroes, to the patriotic
women, and fidelity of the ex-slaves.
Mp. Fanny R. Gary, president of
U. D. C. Dickson Chapter, read a
beautiful, fervid, patriotic paper which
thrilled the hearts of those who heard I


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In Winter Goods

For Lady Shoppers!


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Small and writer par-
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ed, with plain or ftu-
trimmed eollars-you
will be comfortable
physically and men-
tally. They are the
garnment that t bwt
suit ihe needs of the
averaer woman In
cold weather, and we
have a complete a-
sortment of staie for gir, a ad
mat8rMn .

These silaskirts haves na a to em
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Means comfort,' pease and halth.
The blood emna't fels eW*
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afets the entire hmsum L
We sellshe that are shaped
the hman lot, bt yt whbigh mIn
an air of eleumee and style. bOs.
fortab shoes anre nt esry y
--ot so at all, If you eem.ben.

G. A. NASH,
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HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY CHINA 4
We have the most beautiful line ever seen in Ocala. 4
Our stock embraces everything in this line, and 4
) the Patterns and Tints are Exquisite. 4
The stock of Facy Lamps, Our line of Beed SBks, .
big and little hall and night Bibles, Dictionaries, Poetu, q
lamps, is a very complete and L Classic, bound and paper nov- 4
pretty one. els, is. complete, including
Tellet Sets in many beauti- many pretty Picture Books
fal patterns and decorations, for the litte ones.
10 or 12-piep sets, as desired, Boex Paper and Tablets are 4
f rom I$ to $1.1. amoIni our s.pevialfi".; all
Big line of DOLLS, all styles and tints. Tinted pa- 4
> is .*i ,*,0!a per and envelopes in bulk.


Pains in the Bc':I
Are symptoms of a weak, t-.rp, -
stagnat condition of the k.i; r
liver, and are a warning it is actr
hazardous to neglect, .
is a healthy acticr cf :;:
They are conv,.-: i.-., i .
of energy, 1--k of :
times by ,'-, ,:*b .. *
spondency.
"I bad ainr.; n niy b:c". cni( r :.,,,
-ad when I rot up in t.r .;-: .1:n
os e an ::: n' !'t t a:, I : tr.
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to Hood's sar par;ip l. .*,:***. :. .
care H. S. Coteland, PIfc I t. .
Hood's Sarsaprllrc.
and Pills
Cute kidney and liver tr,-ubk?. rl'..
mbamk, and budM up the ihole eyieaa..


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Is aM Umst we have ald we have
btwe seated by publications edited
by tbe m._rses the-es-i-e.
Rdet M. M. Dewey, of the Pesa.
Cet fMettie4, smeeetly made Ocala a
v" m the flshoew g Is what he says
of the prguem the negto 1o making In
Ota m4ad the ellagexiatiag between

Ocda, wbtek tI eommealy called
"Thlr 1 t Oty," m beautifully sit-
omd in smMl s Utim onfmar"o
amt maam b a pepualien of about
4,i. It hes dioe ls 0of being
am t o oa te mEMt tMhrifty,
OWr qpmdi oieMr-
i e Pm deam negeoes in dthe
Whe abt ~la exisae between ihe
amem d a bsof the rae who em.
t6 qar dmt .m"m l s, or pro-
fmt.es as a riue, And emooth

J. .e0fy is without doubt the
1dm g rilmer tf Ithe reaty. He has
..d.d.e..i mmuly gS maes of

To re- a trublemen corn or
bgun&: tsask the caor oebun-
i tai n water to nften It, then
pmre k dew g lemsy as poasible
sidoumerwithe bleed and aly
Cbabeial% Balm twioedaily;
Stw r five minutes at
a I u A earn plmer
r t m a wdao^,t pro.a
tet kto *tes dhoe. As a general
it" O w _&-- M- ..... lamens
a pas him i bo.
.t s ae bw y Anti-mnopoly
mO

bado wl teb t aquin the attenoa of
g m ts we dnty raemmaa. T laMd
under aultlgaiens his own. Last
mravs we as this, hi sipments
&amow"" I *moer than So.-Besid
this, he wro egran aund forage to
s"p his oi dte livery stable (i
wbkh are .sme twmty or thirty rigs)
the yer erom. Mr. MeDffty iha abe
eape-ded quite a sum ain the purchase
dr paoety i a desmrable location in
Jaesmevtile and the eretio of a
dhw soreedmodera n building whieh
esutda twnmty room.
Mr. B.,ak, the weadilly aknowl-
v toe be the deih at of cotton and
i|e is the yeaot. Mom than a
dam hbds arhe employed ind maniu-

S.ne. hlt' haSunSerlatos ough
ea's U.S.
Mr. H. H. BlMWak, the well known
vIllageg ehaekumith at Grahaimvtih,
meallis semunty, N. ., % ay!,: "Our
i~tte wn, ave year Old. ha, always



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te01 the mvre eCotta and mtoM
- mand the t and wood mills.
The patm alone to estimated at $10,000.
Ules this, Mr. Giles owns extensive
01 aMd comedy sru:perty. Over$30..
00 were expended in the purchase of
f*od ratko alone last year, and the
maont this year bide fair to exceed
eMS thisO ami.
The various com mercial enterprises
are well represented in puchb well
kuown business men as F. P. Gadson,
the prim se of merchants la Florids,
J. W. Alexander, P. R. Powers, Col-
yer Brm., D. W. Goodwin, M. C.
Palmaa, R. G. Nelson, F. B. Bradley
amd R. B. ttuon.
P. P. Gadeom Is one of the leading
erehbatea of the city, and has been
I ti u lem oger than any tegro in
the county. During the number of
years he bha conducted his business,
he as enjoyed the eouldence and re-
upeet of the entire population of the
county, having held for several con-
m eutive years, the responsible posi-
tion of city treasurer and tax collector.
Ilia store is neatly and tastily ar-
ranged and has not the dingy appear-
ance of the- average "country grocery
,tore." Hi- stcwk is estimated at $%o0.
He m.ploys .hr-ee assistants who are
kept busy serving the many who daily
visit hi store. He has visited New
York regularly for fifteen years, and is
l.ermonally and favorably known to
maet of the wholesale dealers of this
country. He hls represented the
Wauamaker and Browm establish-
ment for fifteen or twenty years as
their trusted agent; in this depart-
meat alone, his sales frequently
amount to $500 per month.
J. W. Alexander conducts equally
as large a budnes as Mr. Oadson. He
has two stores m a one, a raket store
md a mllmaery store. His entire

W. J. hivedy, Bateville, Ohio,
qsaking of Banner Balve, says; "I
amed It for piles, and it has done me
more good than any salve I have ever
used, and I have tried a great many
kindd" Anti-Monopoly Drop Store.m

stock is eumated at $3000, which re-
quires the employment of several
elerks. He also finds it necessary to
visit hew York and other eastern
cities to supply his large trade.
P. K. Powers conducts a well stock.
ed grocery store, in his two storied
brick block. The building alone is
worth about Sa0w). Besides this, he
owns six or more tenement houses and
country property.
F. B. Bradley conducts quite an ez-
teaslve business In the large brick
buidlong owned by R. 8. Mitchell, a
trmer worthy resident of this ciry.
R I. Button, who is a successful
teacher in the county, has recently
opeed a grocery store and thus far
eNjoys a luerative share of the patron-
age of Oeals citizens.
Coyler Brosa who have recently
opened here Uranch of their tailor-
tmg eablishment in Orlando, are kept
besy ftrnisuing the eitlUen, inespect-
of color, with the various fashions
They carry a large and varied stock,
and represent some of the largest tall-
oring estatbliebshments in the country.
D. W. Goodwin, the Jndustrious
young shoe-maker, is kept busy caring
for the s*ue" of our citizens. He Is
indeed a public benefacitor, for he
stands reedy ever to give his "awl"
and "last" that the "sole-" of our
eitisas may be comfortable.
B. J. Nelon and M. D. Falana are
both eterpristoing and do their share

The medical fraternity is well rep-
imeatdl nla the persons of Drs. W. P.


Wilmo, D. H. Brown and R. A. M.
Beaton. The former came to the city
about four years ago, and has sucoced-

If you are suffering from drowsiness
in the day time, irregularity of tem-
per, sleepless nights, general debility,
headabche, and general want of tone of
the system, use Herbine. You will
get relief and finally cure. Price 50
cents. Aut.-Monopole )rug Store. m

ed by dint of hard application to busi-
ness in working up a prat-tice sec nd
to none in the city. Dr. Wilsom, like
his criterion in ambition, Napoleon,
is made of the "tuft" that brings
ssuess out of seeming failure. He
has accumulated quite a deal of city
and country property and has a hand-
some bank account. It requires the
use of two horses to attend to his large
number of patients. His library is
fitted with the best literature pertain-
ing to his profession and besides con-
taiun works of womeof our must noted
authors. No i.-s <.at Ile said of Drs.
Brown and Reiiton. Dr. Brown is
alo pjasor of Mt. Morial Baptist
cture'h, oue of the lar~rest congreia-
ti'tli' .f l is delv(iiittationu in the
-;a:*. All .of ltlw- entl#niemn are
almtuni of Widoniu University, Nash-


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Miss R. L. Welters, Mrs. I. J. Rich-
ardsoM, Mrs. A. A. Joues, and Miss A.
B. Murry. 4
There are seved churches, repre- 4
renting three denominations, via:
Methodist, Baptist and Eptecopalian. 4
The A. M. E church, sinchedhe s-
tractive fire in Jacksonville,I s the
largest and finest negro church in the
state.
Other enterprising negroes are M.
D. Jones, foreman of the IMontgomery A
Oooperage Co., and proprietor of abicy-
cle emporium; Wm. Ruth, who coa-
duets a board house and rates-
rant, and has several carriages on the-4
streets; W. B. Parker, chief engineer 4
of the Ocala 8tsam Laundryl Osar
Johbtmon, who conducwa livey stable;
Robt. Graham and hr. Kinsley who
separately conducts wood yards; Levi


Adolgh Bluner, Grand Mound, la.,
writes: *"I have used Foley's Honey
and Tar in my family and think it Is
the best cough care on the market I
would not be without it In my home,
as there is nothing so good for coughs
and colds. Anti Monopoly Drug
Store. m

Alexander and Wm. Gales, who are
reckoned among the mcst sueesoul
contratoem; and A. Hlll&Oo., the
most euterpridslg and finished pai -
ers and paper bagers I the county.
J. 8. LaBoebe, the efficient D..8., of
the G.U. 0. ofO. F. itos qte "hab ler'
and is Identified with several projects
which have for their ultimate ad pri-
mary development his race. He is al-
so dihtrihut'ug clerk In the post omee.
There are many more industrious men
anti women in the city who condMlu
le.. pretentious businuesme, but in their
modlet and quiet way are materially
and effectively solving the great negro
problem.


White *Ma Turned Vellew.
Great consternation was felt by i.he
friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lezing-
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn-
ing yellow. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he suffered
terribly. fis malady was yellow
jaundice. He was treated by the best
doctors, but without benefit. Then he
was ad vised to try Electrie Bitters, the
wonderful stomach and liver remedy,
and he writes: '"After taking two bot-
ties I was wholly cured." A trial
proves its matchless merit for all stom-
ach, liver and kidney troubles. Only
2ec. Sold by Garrett & Gerig Druagige.
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it alone. There tis a I~
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lng, it takes streqgibh.o
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buying meat--be sune oe4kt
the bems-tender a4d 'thbi P
Pay a littlmore ai f:e'
put sometblg Iso ygoartplpa.k
which will put fledh on yues
hone and strong blood in ye~w
heart. ;"


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Farming Tools,

READY MIXED PAINTS, ETC


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Each year's experience raises the Our stock of M s and 'Ioy's
standard in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Ready 'Made Cothlinj for the Fall
Garments, and, realizing this, we I and Winter season far surpasses any-
have this year secured for our cus- thing in this section as to Quality,
tomers the latest and smartest styles Style. Variety and. LOW PRfCE, ahd -
to be had. These garments are well if you are m the market for a new
made, of the very best materials, and 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 A ND hard-to-please min. See our SHIRTS,
CAPES, for ladies, misses and chil- .0014. QL R,, ,'LTFP,, NECkWEAR
dren. Every article is a bargain at AND UNDERWEAR-they're right!
the extremely low price we ask. N N trouble to show them to you.-
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SWE ABRE HERE TO STAY. IKaImvI&ORE CAN'T AFFRD TO MAKE XuSe r,3.
REIEWNTATIO@B. WE WANT YOUR TR tc&ITIWALLY.A DN WI 1
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THE BOSTON STORE.

Marion Opera House Block, South'east (corner Public Square. -
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i. :he natural right of children
I' some of them don't gc
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( c!ren grow, makes them cat,
,I... cs them sleep, makes them
.!y. Give the weak child a
r --. e. Scott's Emulsion will
7 f |make it catch up
S:-ith the rest.
This pcare rpresents
She Tne N (f .Scott 's
',, sion and is on the
' offWpperof every bottle.

SCOTT & IOWN.F.


400 NIWSt-.New %'"Is
Soc and St. all druggisMs


O w ft sa For ll.g Thanks.a


The pimdeut ofJthe United State
aui the goversr of the state of Ploj
Ida have bu@ed proclamations settlni
apartThuday, thebSth day of Nov
ember asa day of thanksgiving.
The pneident seto forth.the follow.
beg reames:
"Tb past year in particular has
been one of peace and plenty. We
have pmnered in thing,* material
sad have been able ito work for oui
own uplifting in thlegm.'lntellectual
and spiritud. Ioet u4 remember that,
ae muc has been given us, muebl
will be.-opected of us; and that true
themags eames from the heart as well
as ows the lips, and bows itself In
ded4s. We ean best prove;our thanks-
giving to the Almighty! by the way in
whJeb h this earth and at this time
eeka of us does his duty to, hN' fellow.
meea."
We hpe the president's questionn
will be liberally and; everywhere fol-
owed.
Tbegweroar sets forth the ifollow-
ing Measm:
We have received from :our fore.
atewrs the primelple- uponl:which is
fended a gaverameut deriving its
uat peweuJspm the consent of the
geweraed. No people enjoy more free-
dom of aMtio. .widerilindividual re-
speeelblty and greater, protection
tm t sMe living within our I borders.
"Ihe Jtaeam l of ouralaws and the
stailty of our insatutos as means of
ming apowamel liberty and of pro-
teett Gib eatd property) have been
vew l dy b s m among us who
were moat mred der "ouw form of
goar-msmt, awnd a .wboe have been
taught to obey l era :Instead of the
law.
Wesbould feel profoundly thankful
that the grave situation which have
atee presented to ourlofficers and peo-
pie have been met and:.controlled by
peaceful means under 'lie beneficence
and power of our wholesome laws.;
"DDuring this year the state has suf-
fered a disastrous conflagration that
left ten thousand of our fellow..itizens
bomuelm and temporarily without
meabs.. The Uufferers had the hearty
sympathy and the generous assistance
of the people of our commonclountry.
This terrible calamity has bten borne
with heroic fortitude and its losses are
being rapidly overcome.
"The population of the state is
steadily inereaaing. Its resources are
steadily being developed and its ad-
vantages are receiving more general
reaegaltio. Unusual and successful
efforts have been devoted to prepar.-
leg the youth of thelland for better
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Benj. Ingersan, of Hutton, In
esya he had not spoke-na %ord above
whisper for mwoths, and one bottle
Foy'as Hodey and Tar restored
voice. Be eure you get Foley's. An
Monopoly Drug Store. m
Ge-s as lea threoag salesvmI
Spetatee.


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The editor of the Sun spent two
days in Ocalaand while there took oc-
canion to take a look at the city and a
portion of the surrounding country.
He was agreeably surprised at the ad-
vancement made during the past two
years. The people are united in their
efforts to make progress. Evidence
are seen on every side that Ocala is a
live city, full of push, enterprise and
public spirit. The people are whole-
souled and hospitable and inake one
feel at home.
We were informed by those who are
in a position to know that the city has
recovered from the effects of the great
freeze and bank failures and is on a
more solid and substantial basis now
than ever in its history. The streets
are well Improved, the roads reaching
out in the country are of the first cla,
and everything indicates that the
growth of our neighboring city may
be remndedms fully aesured.-Galnee-
ville 8e.


gee ai'9 bMeow ea the 576h
To State Fair E ablters.


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All exhibits abould be places in the
depot they are to shipped from, se-
curely packed in boxes, packages or
otherwise, with a shipping tag I have
mutiled to everyilocallty of the county
affixed to each package, on Thursday,
the 14th inst., 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 0. 1. Healy, General
Manager 8tate Fair, Jackwnuville, so
as to enable me to keep In tuceh with
all exhibitssent, 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 ahrion county's space.
H. W. Lo.v,
Fair C(om. for Marion Co.
Saves Two From Death.


Our little daughter had an almu-t
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi.
land, of Armonk. N. Y., but when
all other remedies failed, we saved her
lif with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder.
ful medlelse, and to-day she Is per-
fectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yelld to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and coldss.
se and $1.00 bottles gauranteed by
Garrett & Gerig. Trial bottles free. 6
PSM- TaNER.


PiaoMs and organs tuned, regulated
and repaired in a first class manner.
Also make a specialty; of repairing
flte violins and guitars.


W. 8. PlIE.
P. O Box 655, Ocala, Fla 8.-2
Wauted.-Two traveling :salesmen


in each state; salary aud expenses;
permanent position; expwrieunc' not
absolutely necessary. Add rema E. A.
Brown Tobacco Co., Green.,horo.
N. C. l].15-3t
Hive you ever read any of Sweden.


borg's Works? If not, will you send


uie your address enclosing a stamp or
two and I will mail you one of his
books free. State whether you want
it in English orlin German. Adolph
Roeder, 80 Cleveland, Street, Orange,
N. J. 11-15.2t
STEEL RAIL WANTED-3000 ft (more
or leas) of 12 or 16 pound steel rail.
State price on board car, and con-
dition. Royal Phosphate Co., Osceola,
Florida. 11-15 2t


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Mr. Dan Huntuiqutc, so writ known "949 d d~m A sr NWdo p w ae
to otir reW.. -- 1j7,'z- Il, n. F -.-!, I r 1 .1 -r
wesir9 o kfthdownx V, City*. gr iw tip. r


We are deeply pained to learn of
the death of the above named gentle-
man which occurred at his home in
Aniaston, Ala., last Sunday.
The deceased was well known in
this city, and learned the trade of
printing as an apprentice In the office
of the Ooala Banner. He was exoep
tionally bright and praleworthy. At
the Ume of his death he managed a
printing establishment of his own
and was prospering in buelnems.
He visited Florida last winter and
was a guest of the Florida state preV
association at its meeting in Miami.
Mr. 8weets was about twenty-five
yea old. His death was very lament-
abe.
Constipation means the accumu-
lation of waste matter that should be
dieharged dally, and unless that is
do"e, the feol matter is absorbed and
poisons the system. TTe Herbine to
bring about regularity of the bowels.
Priee 80 cents. Anti-Monopoly Drag

Walter L ani B'. wig o
will be here Nev. 57


JAPANESE

PILE CURE
A new and complete treatment, cons.isting of
Suppositories. Capsules of Oirtment and two
hoxes of Ointment. A never failing cure for
Piles of every nature and degree It make" in
operation with the knife, which is painfil. and
often results in death. unneeess.trv. x i v it-
dure th:i terrible disease? We p-,i "'rtten
guarantee in each Ii box. No cure.c; io 3 ;k
and:i a box. ti lor $5.. Sent by maii. Smiples
free.


OINTMENT 2,' AND .0C.
','SriP|'llPh Cu-"red, Piles Prevented. by
UGOWSIPAThOl Japane-.e liver Pellets. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
puritier. Snall. mild and pleasUnt t take: es
pes ily adapted for children'. use. Fifty doses
2.,C. Anti Monopotlv Drug StMore. Ocala.


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FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY

E. R. ABBOTT, JR., Manager
McGrath's Depot for Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cifanrs.

Pne OCALA, FLORIDA.
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Agent tor Mthe Cebrated Bawariam Beer.
SJnug and Bottle Trade -peela--y -elle ted.


Call and Examine


Our Boy's


Suits


We have them in great varieties-the latest styles-at the lowest prkes.
Mean's Clay Wermted NesMf at at1.; fine all wool suits at Ue;
a good suit at $4.00; Pamu, T75 and upwards; FPFne Feb NWat *
each.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISES


SHOES
All at prices to suit the times at


MASONIC
BLOCK.


THE STAFF OF LIFE
A, made here is pure. clean, whole-
some and nourishing. We have built
up a reputation on the quality of our
BREAD


And we take particular care that noth-
ing shall detract from it. The best
flour, prepared by skillful hands in
clean, well ventilated rooms and per-
fectly baked in modern ovens, gives
our customers bread unequaled even
by the very best home made article.


FERRY'S
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wam.uew wt im
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AND NOTIONS


R. FROST'S STORE o


Jerry

Burnett


,LOWID&A.


Merchant

Tailoring


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


SCold Storage

For Meat....
We are now prepared to re-
ceve meat and other artMd s
Sor idtorage: Our prices
EAs.mable and we gurafnte.

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improved educational facilities with-
In the reach of all.
"With excellent health and encour-
*iw-- pr"Twet. our people are mov-
ing torward with coufilence to a more
extended proeperit).
"For all these and other blessings
we should be devoutly grateful.
"On the day thusmet apart we should
lay aside our usual business affair
and unite in giving Utanks and praise
to a wise and merelftul Providence,
Invoking a contanupee of His bles-
sings to our people."
For Nearseness.


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Wthl the C UutAryl, Mud Lue 0 u-i iu-
ner notes with pleasure that hb is
succeeding in doing so. It has an
Oklahoma paper in which Mr. Hun-
nieutt's name appears ,4 e one of thv
delegates to a ,ion ven t ion the purpose
of which is to knock at the door of
congress for immediate admission n-
to the Union, and the Ocala Banner
ventures to say that Mr. Hunnicutt
can do as loud koocking a 'sny uan
in the territory.
The Oca ~ Banner tip, its bat to
him and hopes that he will be the first
to warm a seat in cougre.. from thi-
new star in our constellation of states.
J b 0 a*t -SMav Stod it
If he'd bad itching plies. They're ter-
rably annoying; but Bucklen's Arnica
Halve will cure the worst case of pilea
on earth. It has cured thousands.
For injuries, pains or bodily eruptions
it's the iet salve in the world. Price
25e a box. Cure guaranteed by O(arrett
and (erig Druggists. 6
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NWW YOk I6ETonW


Ahms whoreads the ne.
is am le atmoothe woulmf



Iltnis th e g te&mma
amd Kq o w yers

MdIR =ad ~bim
bw.. Kb m, he 54
"need Irma

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a. Km s S 6m et or.is prmbt~
~~48imloo powloe.hav i-
It bvar peW sm sft ion
-yeammdit a kmon, ban
oetb y mmn mwq~.i '~s ofwiGNk, -p
e~w baeso harmy mmo. pM" toa
ftfq wm aout5 W-Iootaind bowit
kbm by womon" rea das g h~ aem

b.mmw N.Y. n o. ayhae
ft attwe "Meeby man CO shea oc
~Img more mou~R"Go LsaCd ho
ftt 4 o ftt lc hFkimyew.m48iot


AM ehabliMl beed Ia soo plnsed in
Yueagee or bes m as to prevent dane-
ap M troaesil, and bM td be sent iby
eaprl whU msehpe or mx muse
se a sipslj g s attached to it
66wn will erry tem bee at the state
UMsI. I am d tby Mti Jee i
A. Oue. lady emeamuloner for
Setri.es eNty. to may that be has Ne
dI a ae. tWeek, nad that she will
ewy weswaIg be le'o doW for the
uOMpt plae all valuble lady exhibits
to at Brek, and see that none are
l aardamese4. There will b a cgt.ed
psee ftearwe I and around the state
fir tee to pMrotert esbitbitu from he-
t bamdldI or isteirre4d with ino any
way. I treat t above i. suElenUtly
eseItiz to mtttary the good and pro-
Sgr~ente ladieM of the rouaty that their
esbi1ita will he protected and cared
f. hair 'aem. for Marion UC.
Il bem- yvrs m. have made for-
to.W e e, *te t tatlilg of iold mlme.
1% mauswbieb there fomA rly was
ared am te e sepemm thema
in am sanmoed a peepsta eof
low p- metal a ItoBmpe, a"d that
ten amounted ia sme ee to a for-
tome. teeomeib jeAstlikeastamp
nMI o tisdo nmpse t, that wheb It i meot
to padlet eaMer It allows the escape
ed wseof muebeofO the proelmo nu-
urtmmt emisamed la the feod. That
am bmWhe amtIUIm metas the lowe
of meae guesate furtase--health.
dekmesrh a remedy for this reen.
ftia, is Dr. Ptoeem's Gkade Medieal
Nomie"y. It earrwas towe "Wetnemin"
el the e aoma, prrvnt, waste and
1m of mmehmeet, and puts the
asmm^ andums Uof dgmiessem sand
=ae1m u l|e- a esdiSei or boheth
wie eneblMo thee oe mve and aswm-
shs am the mutrumet ealnased is
Ows a ed wb~ah tIs eses. Is all asm of
680SUNOMme 9 of Dr. Peee'
Phamat sMteW wUl speedMy and per-
meS1 y.ameon sa dsm...
as we- **emm e calrI.tmnaw
belda ym epees m sthe maga.
adues m 6ves 0 tlem. 6The 1O-
molsmaai sesem a trMie smry of
Ocas ma m esim hlli by Th lm A.
Jamtr.a Swya ever ey atory by
chely Wedb, em f the Old Fame
Iemm.m by iMeid La OiatmleMMe,

made by H. T. Oei ga, and a weird
story by R. Oeekett.
"1 hew e ud Cblamberial'e Colic,
(hAnm and Iarrboma remedy anid
MWd i m- be a grMt medlelde" may*
I PhIppsla of PNea, Ark "It
en4d me of boeody aBu, I cannot
= t o bt~WlWy of it." Thin remedy
wae s wina tUgend epiton, If aot
rlap. of Um Wo -se it. The
5rk <. whtel it e tts even in
ve -i ="e-t1e ea make it a favor-
I" ewgywbert. For sale by Anti.
q.,.,gy Drug ftner. I
The KisHimme 'Valley Gazette ask,,
aWulgda't It be a good idea to cdean
Wte mwn up for the holiday tem on?'
TM I a every day oourreo.e in
(laea Her *tret cleantum wagon
are min fro early morning until
ha at light. (sla I the ieast drain-
ed and perhaps the cleanest city in
te ta-e.


(<... A. Paleta,o, f I'ppr i4andm"ky,
O write.: "I have ieeha u-ing Foley's
Renw y and Tar fr haorswnems and find
ft e- htwat remedy I ever triet. It
smoMwd 1he murh li.tmediately and


I w1-eMonesswme.
( il4 ,* rev iv..|I h; to nui0io n ;-.t
Saturday. A.- vry flalt**ring lette-r from Aijutant-
Gent ral Fost, r. U'-der the new regu-
lattons the oflot-ern of our home nili-
tary organizations are forced to stand
at rigid an zamination as is required
of the United States army offleer-.
Tue adjutant-gunral complimented
CaLt, N.i.h on the splendid result of
his examination.
Mr. Nash was captain of the Ocala
Rifle iu 1881, and eus with the com-
psmy when it visited New York dur-
Ing the centennial and received spec-
ial notice for its splendid equipment
mad bearing. It wasthe only company
In Florida th"t partlipaed in that
memorae demonstration.
Under Capt. Nanh's admlnistmrtion
It vualntalned excellent efficiency and
be expeeta to bring it back to its former
high standing.
Robert's Chill Tonic nrm. It re-
Wionre honlth and saplatite. Try it.
2r.w*t. Your money back if it f:,ils.
Wmn. Avederson. t
Special Train for State Fair.
lit *,rdt-r io itta*otailmKiaite vMtitorb to
thI- SaItV fair ill J.Acktsoville from
Le-hulmrg and Newhierry anti points
i*. tween, the fInst Systenm will oIerate
ei.I trains tIhero on Novembler 21-2.
Traela will leave Leeowburg at 4:30 a. m.
and Newtw rry at 4 :30a. m. and will ar-
rive i, JNt ksouville toJt later than
11:0 a. an. Returning leave Jackson-
vilk. Thursday, 21, at 6 p. m. and Fri-
day, 22, at 9 p. m.
Round trip rates. approximating
three fourths of one fare for the rou, d
trip. Tickets to b- old for all trains
November 18th. 19th, 0th, 21st, and
AWd, good to return on any train up
to and Including November 24th.
I bhe round trip rate from Ocala will
be 8.06. Half rates for children be-
tweeo 6 and 12 yeva of age $1.65.
For further lnformatln call on agents
of the Plant System. F. M. Jolly.,
D. P. A,. Jacksonville; B. W. Wren.,
P. T. M tavanmah.
Walter L. MaIe's Big Fash-
loe Plate 8hews wil be a rev-
elatiem to all.


Over Munroe& Chambliss Bank. Ocala, I

J M. THOMPSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oece ever Tea Pot Grocery, Opp. Monteusms.
OCALA. ......LOIDA
E DWIN SrENCER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
OCALA. 7-8-y* FLORIDA.

SE. CHASE
DENTIST.
OCALA FLORIDA

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aU-.-ra ad t..a...r M >,
a. wtarei'we *-' *

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT.

I. P. Thagard. Tax Collector, in Account with
Marion Cosnty--sgo Taxes.
The following amounts have been charged by
me agaimt E. P. Tbagard, Tax Collector for
Marim county, Florida, the same being shown
by the assessment roll of igot received by the
Board of County Commissioners and delivered
to the Tax Collector.
County Schools...... .................. 9 aqi 8s
County Roads..................... ..... 17036 22
County Proper.............................. Sjs it
P. & PF. Fund............................ 4259 05
olln Taxes...... ............ ...... 3207 00
Total assessment for qg9c not including sub-
whool districts S54315.66
The following amounts are charged against
the Tax Collector upon the assessment roll of
90o tor several sub school distircts. viz:
Ocala Sub-school No. t................... 2957


Mclntosh ..
Belleview .. .
Pantville .
Dunuellon
Reddick .
Pie Level
Maysviile .
Weirmdale
Citra
State of Plorida,.
Marion County.


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409 o06
229 47
.4 79
.24 21
190 77
359 63
20 44
223 48
375 39


. S. T Sistrunk. CIerk Circuit Court. hereby
certify ihat the above. is -t true and correct 4tate-
menit .f the Co'l-ctor's account with Marion
county ul the ub schooll districts as the same
aptwxar- u, oun t e b mks of my office.
Witnm-;my h:nd a nd (ffi^ialseal this ,3th day
%T".u~ .. ..0-.... A ...


PAIS112 PAZ ..3 0=~eo 1 =
PAI Ammgtands at

DO? TG(V& U ZaDrAnrisaP.r (~
ul. MamUkA1PhIN pox=@.L..,


8,4M ard a aanteed by



TIE RIOKET Ue


OCALA


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

N ,TICK IS HRnrY GIVKN THAT C. H.
COONRIR.putchaser of Tax Certificate No.
16. dated August 7th. 8,-, has filed said cer-
tficate in my i5ce and ius made aplication
for tax deed to tesme in accordance th law.
Svid cettifcate emin aces the oilokngf described
property itnated in Marion coenuy. Florida,
to wit: commecir g at point as chains wet
of southee t corner of northeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 36. township tS south.
rane aaeat, then west s3.3 chains, north 3
chase, east 13.33 chais south 3 chains. 40 acres.
The sid land being' maemedat the date of the
iance of mch certificate itbe n the amne of Mrs.
E. It Mizon. Unles maid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed will isme
thereon on the 25th day of November, A. D. 9goi.
4. T. SISTRUNK.
10-25 Cerk Circuit oount.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
' MAGGIE VOGT, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No, W403. dated the 3rd. April. A. D., 893, has
filed said certificate in my office and has made
ait plicaon for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Marion coun-
ty. Florida, to wit: east half of somtheast quarter
of southeast quarter and northwest quarter of
southeast quarter of southeast quarter section 27,
township 16. range .8 3o acres. The said land
beinr asseased at the date of the issuance ofMach
certificate in the name of Albertus Vogt. Unless
said certificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 9th day
of December A. D. 19go. t-8
(Seat) S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. W.
FERGUSON. purchaser of Tax Certificates
No. 27a and Mdatedtbesth. AprUil. A LD. A8g,
has filed said certificate in my oece and has
made application for tax deed to imsue in accor-
dance with law Said certified ten embrace the
following dc acrbd property situated in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit southeast quarter of
southwest quarter section 31. township 13. range
21. 40 acres. Southwest quarter of southwest
quarter section 31. township s3. range at. 4o
acres. Thesitd land bemng ameed atthe date
of the Ifsuance of such certificate in the name
of Unkuowa. Uslesm Mid certificate slall be re-
deemed according to l1w. tax deed will isae
there on the ad day of December. A. 1 ugor.
1-1 S. T. SI1TRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County, Florida.

NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CRED-
ITORS

In the Deitrict Court of the UnitedtLtu for the
Southern District nf Plaida.--t Bank-
racy.
In the matter of Zack C. Chaimbli vs. ElUmana
J. Copley., ankrupt.-In Bankruptcy.
Mo THE CREDITORS OF ELEANA J.
L COPLXY. of Daisy. in the county of Marion
and district afMreasid a bankrupt
Notice is hereby civen that on the th day of
October A. D. thbe said hanen J. Copley
wass atly e4udeStibankrptad tnt the Srt
meeting ootl cre'a win behein at the oce
of H. L. Andersen, nq., in Ocala. la., on the
rih day of AbNOme.9, A. 0, no,
at9 o'ock in lathe forenoon, at which time the
maid credtcru may attend, prove their chia.,
appoint a trustee. examine the bankrupt and
transact anu. other businem as may properly
come before amid meeting.
SK. VOYLi,
Refree in o Bnkrbptcy.
Gainetsille, Fla.. Oct. a9. 1901. a n
NOTICE.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
and b v virtue of a final decree rendered on
the 14th day of October A. D. 19o0. by the Hon
Minor S. Jones, judge pro hac vice. it a certain
cause then pendingin the circuit court uf the fifth
judicial circuit of Florida in and for Marion coun-
ty. in chancery, wherein McCORMACK NEAL
wae cimplainant und WILLIE S. BULLOCK and
WILLIE S. BULLOCC as trustee, were defend-
a.it-. the undersigned named and appointed in
said decree to execute the same, will on
Muidai t/he zd day of Dtwmklr. .4. D. ,90i
during the leg-i hours of sale. in trout of the
court house door in Marion county. Florida, of-
fer tor sale and will sell to the highest and best
bidder, fer cash, the mortgaged premises in aid
decree mentioned and described as follows, viz:
all los rot and 102 sectionn 17. township 12 south
range 21 east: as shown by a map made by W
C. Miller. C. E. in ib85 filed in the public records
of Marirn county. Florida, exceot a strtp of land'
fifteen feet in width along north boundary line
of said lot 10: and along south boundary line oft
said l1t 1o2. or so much thereof as may be suf-
ficient to realize the amount of said decree and
cots T. E RIGGS.
ANDERSON & HOOKER. Special Master.
Solicitor for Ctmplain int." -11-1

NOTICE


Of Application tor Tax Detd Under Secti-,n of
Chapter 4SS8. Laws of Floridi.
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT J T. PEa
COCK & CO.. purchat r of 'ax Certificate No.
Io-(, dated the 7th d4y of Ainst, A.aP. tf9?, '..


THE FINEST LOT OF


WINTER


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Our Winter Lap Robes are in, and a better assortment of
weights and prices, or a prettier lot of patterns you have never
seen. The prices run from $2 to $15 -plain or fancy, gay or dig-
nified, as you prefer. Come early and get a choice of patterns.

S. A. STANDLEY Ocala, Fla
HMrses sad Eules, juggles, Wagons and Harness.



The Montezuma Hotel,

OOALA. FLORIDA.


J. P. Galloway, Prop.
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Four courses of four years, in Agriculture, Mechanical im.
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tory course of one or two .years, as required, for those wiablag to
prepare for the college. Poet-Graduate courte are also oered.
Young men under military tispl line. Young women under
reflniun home influence at joiter Hall. Fine modern buildlna
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Other expenses very small. For catalogue address
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LETTUCE, n01AW AND CUKE BASKETS.

CANTALOUPE AND CARRTIER CRATS.

Orange Box Material -

PATENT VENTILATED PRODUCE BARRELS

ar" WE MAKE THE BET ON THE MARKET
Rough and Dressed Lumber and Building Materials


FLORIDA STATE FAIR

JACKSOVILLE, FLA.

November 1 lth to 22nd, 1901.
MANY ATTBACTINB. RACiG A ItI IALTv.


The plant System

Will ge -4iim&-qip ,Igtsa ._-.' rm I- t -
Jackouti me atd return; mount occastiou abovespe6bd, ame
ly: FOR INDIVIDUALS-At rate of 3 cents per mile, one way dis-
tance, for the round trip. Foj MIXuTARY COMPANs AmD BEas
BAmDS IN UImWOa-Twenty or more on one ticket-at rate of S
cents per mile per capital oe way distance, for the round trip.
Short mileage will be applied in both cases.
ket to-be Md oember 18 to with finl return limit November M.
Call on agents of the Plant Sytem or write to the maodmlIged for sebedles,
rates from any point dedred, and say further reformation.
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HERBINE.


SPure Juices from Natural Roots.

SEGUATES itheerStomachatkls
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Price, 50 Cents.

Prepared Iy JAMES F. BALLARD, St. L eok ,U


For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store


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


NOTICE OF APPUCATON FOR


PARDON.

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