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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 29, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00616
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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Thb Seaboard Air Line railway Is
puhag It Uulie in the direction of
hmaIttn la Manatee county, and
OBeen Orando la ee county.
or ehuidm'% good shoes at low
pris try B. Pret. 10-.tUf
A aorten has been discovered in
be ameooos of C. E. MeNell, ol-
eatr of reauoe for Manatee county.
To horieIng amounts to 10,000. The
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Today oe sFey % a ne aed Tar.
It dtetmvly provewtasspeemoaa, or
Uer M roum N-Bult fom eodds. It
mayb too lts tomorrow. Anti-Mo-
se0ly dIgmSatore.a
Gemin OGobrist, of Desoto, has
eetly made a lare sooop In the sale
of Umber lnads, and wheo the Sea-
beard 4r Lie reaches Boea Grande
he will be oe of the richest men In
srida, a mbe owns mmat of the land
at that point.
Geo. A. Polits, of Upper 8andusky,
0., wrlet: "I have been using Foley's
Heey aad Tar for hoasemes and Annd
It the beat remedy I ever tried. It
stopped the couth Immediately and
releved allU oremee." Take none but
Flu^. Anti-Monopoly lrun btor.m
Mia Ethel Robinon, who is attend-
ing the bet Florida Semalary at
alasvlte, cme dow on oWeduse.
ay to Thaa.lvif with her
paostM. t ll will return to Galae.
vMU aaday. Angeu Birdemp ONeo
zewadei and Nathan Otmusasr.
who agtmd the am eshool, aem ae
seading the Tbankagiving holdays
at home.
1..um.ud. of moe and WWmen .f.
hr bum pll%, eqpeelt iy w wiom wth
emel. wakamme have ths esubriang
to aumad with Ia addtUe tojitheir
other paln. Tablert Buckeye pUile
elsmeet will quickly sos a eow.
1tes it eoeate in bottles, tubea TS
eoat. Anti-Memopoly Drng Store. a
The best dead Belgias are worth 2
omb a pound The live omne have
bmeght, sad will again, over s per
pound. Join our hamly and we will
show you how to raise the best ones.
Should you want Ito start (in this
belaum send your orders to F. W.
BDiM, proprietor of the English-
Amerlean Rtbbitry, Oeala, Florida.
Prof. F. T. Schreiber, of the Ocala
Milnng Laboratory, has prepared and
published a booklet entitled "A Pre-
liminary Note on the Occurrence of
Petroleum it Florida." The curious
part of the oil belt of Florida is that
It lie parallel with the phosphaUe de-
posits, and possibly ere long the pres-
rut miners will transfer their energy
over to boring wells, using phosphate
am a "by-product." The booklet is ex-
reedingly interesting, giving all the
facts and detailing all the discoveries
that have been'noted sinee its exist-
ence became kn-wn.-AmericantFer-
Ulier.
Nature "makeR every thing beauti-
ful in thair time" Every one of life's
seasons, when life moves on nature's
lines, has its own charm and beauty.
Many woman dread that period when
they mast experience change of life.
They fear that foe and form may
uffer by the change, and that they
may fall to please thore whom they
love. The value of Detor Pieree'se a-


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From 98c to 3.98.


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From sce to $2.75.


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LADIES' BELTS--Endless Varieties


New Line

BABIES AND MISSES CLOAKS
From 50c to $4.00.


New Line

LADIES' TAILOR MADE JACKETS
From $3.50 to $10.00.


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Ume.Sdthis susieMayerFlhil Is
entitled to a aeeo ad term.
His adminsbatlnm hes been eles.
The ofie* has bees his pride and be
bhs given It much of his attention.
We believe the universal verdlet of

Pdhel has been untiring In his efforts
to promote the city'a welfare.
He has done nothing to bring dle-
credit upon it and his veto mmeges,
which have provoked some eritieism
in some quarter, were done in obedi-
oene to the wishe of the greater
number of the property bolder of the
city which rebaed him in the shape
of a algmed petition.
It is tre that under his admiale-

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Tho wiene p has noet lest ite color
north she taIshble its bsi.Malo.
But tbe s e. changes t are made
against JMayor V el la this direction
were maOde agaeis his pe1sdolaIa In
oeP aM win be mad aaint his
meeo.e in omee until time shall be
no more.
The world is rusaaig along now
about like It was in the twilight of
history and about like It will be when
the millenalum hall be udhered In.
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earth of ours, w re ameolleuly re-
buked !
We want men in our public ooess
with level heads and common under-

fe is too sincerely a reality to In-
ves e rnkso even of a mld veaetly,
with oe bateo of unthmity.
Wemgg e a leer a ap.
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Pls. Millions are always b h eur-
Iang torpid lEver, jaundiea, bmleuee,
Aver and ague. dThey ban sicka
eadmeho, drive out malarl. Never
gripe or weaken. Smano e nee,
work wnders, Try them, Se, as
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New Oak Suits
At very Low arie..

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BANNER. NOVEMBER SO, 101.


Royal Baking Powder will

always keep fresh and of full

strength regardless of climate


or season.


Every atom, to


the last in the can, does even,


perfect work.


Made from


pure, grape cream of tartar.

Makes wholesome food.

ROYAL BAKING Powosa C., 100 WILU.AM sr. MNEW YORK.


Mr. Jules Cohen iW on a trip to New
York City. I
Mr. and Mrs. dFward Holder were


in the city during the week.
Mirm Lola Kants, of Gaineville, is
the guest of Miss Ethel Robinson.
Capt. J. H. Stevens, of the Plant
yptem. looked In upon as Wednes-
day.
The Idwards brothers took the
M for the best bushel of vvelt
beans.
Te Marlem oeinty poor arm took
the pem at the state r for the

Mr. H. W. Jhi, repementing the|
Amedoam D ek omaMny, wIas In
Oba Wednsday.
Mr. W. H. Hopkins, of Orange
kem, Ws dows Wednesday and took
Ia Mains great show.
Mr. Chas PyseIr is back In Florida
again. Those who once get a taste of
ts climate cannot keep away.
A large aortment of boy's clothing
jstarrived; also a full line of large
ims in omen's pant. R. Frost's tore.
Mr. Ed. Wartmann. of Citra, took
the prise for the best Individual ex-
hibit of citrus fruits at the a tate fair.
Dr. E. C. Paslay, of Flemington,
oneof the Oeala Banner's oldest sub-
ribers, spent Thanksgiving in the
eity.
sbetf'e Chill Tonic orea. It re-
stem health and appetite. Try it.
S Tour meN tbaek If it fils.
Wn. Andseums.
Two weeks of continual ftret this
early ia the winter, or ladeed, any
-e during the winter, is an unusual
speeatmemn Florida.
A good ploa for sale cheap, ao
bd eem set, refrig ator. child's
hbdamsd and chais, at thmesatug,

Geo. F. Wray, the expert tuner o
the Ha ln MUme Honek ,
Vb this eity. Leae mioem sat
Whut%.tPi


Dedag the aun et rt J s dm
Hn, Mr. Siman neJtM .f At.
naIn tt charge of the nUrInda
roeu..-I-- m"" mp W
MisPOy WUiliUma, who is teach
g sabeool at Orange lake, came
dea en oWedneedy toWqpd Thanks
Ivigat hbums. Shem will return to
OhasI[am Sunday.
Wamted.-Two travemng simammn
in embe sate; salary and expenses:
permaneat pesltan: expereae not
abmslek y i ammy. Addtams E. A.
et*wm Tobacom Co., Greeuboro,
N. C. ll.164t
WAWmD.-Two reliable, sober,
white men. One to :mpect turpentiae
boe.; the other to look after a crowd
of pine ake. Address M. P. & Co.,
oanoer, .L ll-22-St


In returning thanks for capturing
first prize at the state fair the Ocala
Banner is reminded that Miss Jepsie
A. Owens contributed largely to that
end.
Hao. George 0. Mathews will de-
liver an address at the Ocala High
school to-day. His subject will be
BraziL Mr. Mathews has visited Bra.
zil three times and is thoroughly fa-
miliar with its political and social
conditions.
Hon. H. W. Loag has succeeded in
purebslng the sae hbir tent for Ocala
to use during the state teachers mse-
ation in Deember. This solves the
problem of seating the Immense crowd
that is epeted at that time, aa the
tent large enough to accommodate
alL
When you feel that life is hardly
worth thecadle takeadomeof Cbam-
berbain's Itomach and Liver Tablets.
They will cleanse your stowawn, tone
up your liver and and regulate your
bowels making you feel like a new
man. For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m


Are you going to be in the front
of money makers? Or, are you going
to wait a while and plod along in the
rear of the procenion ? If not? why
not? Start now with fine pedigreed
Belgian bares. You can get your stock
at bome and save the express, by buy
tag from F. W. Biggs, propritor, of
the Eglsh-American Rabbitry,
Omala-Forlda. 11-16 tf
Miss ara Whitfeld, who has been
spending some time In Theomasville,
Ga.. arrived In Ooala last Monday.
Miss Whutteld stopped oer la Jack-
souville during the fair and took an
Important part In the Christian .o-
deavor meeting. She sang several
soleosand received numerous congrat-
ulations about her sweet singing. She
joined her mother at this place and
they have gone to Tamnpa which in
futesAey will make their home.
Imm monalIty is something
shtft. Nearly one-quarter die e-
ore t n onmeyear, oea-thlrd be.-
ore thmr ae fve, and onehadtf bel ts
they inifteenl The timely uso of
WblteNms VeemlteI Wmd Bd
a Uof thse D Iusve-a

.1bine PMSleA *L Su-s.
The 8beridian-Cochrawe entertain-
meat on next Saturday night Ir. the
result of an effort to organize a
Lyceum course la Ooale for the season
and upon Its seeess depends the fate
of that effort.
If you wish the most classical in
musicde and poetry for your entertain-
meat then come out and help us to
make it a success. Very truly,
J. VAxN.


ow.
Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Hoffmann, a son.

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THE OCALA NEWS CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY CHINA
We have the most beautiful line ever seen in Ocala.
Our stock embraces everything in this line, and
the Patterns and Tints are Exquisite.
The stock of Famer Lamps, Our line of Beemd 8eeks.
big and little hall and night Bibles, Dictionaries, Poet,
lamps, is a very complete and Classic. bound and paper nov-
pretty one. 4ls, is complete, including
S TM SetIts in many beauti- many pretty Picture Books
f l patterns and decorations, for th ttle ones.
1 or 2-piece setp, as desired, Box Paper and Tablets are


IDath of am Old and Noeered OCtiNe.
William P. Trantham was born at
Cheraw, S. C., Nov. 3, 1838, died in
this city Nov. 25, 1901.
In his death an old land mark Is
removed from our midst.
Mr. Trantham was a son of Mr.
John Trantham, one of the early and
perhaps the first merchant of Ocala.
When the subject of this sketch
first came to Ocala, he was a boy just
entering his teens. Of those be met
here only two survive, General and
Mrs. Robert Bullock.
Mr. Trantham came to Ocala in
1850 and saw this city grow from a
few scattering log houses to its present
sile.
He was the eldest Mason in the city.
He saw all those who Joined the lodge
when he did cross over the silent river
into the mysterious realms beyond.
At the breaking out of the civil war
Mr. Trantham was a drug clerk, and
like all the young men of that period
promptly responded to the call for
troops and enlisted in the First Florida
Calvary and throughout that conflict
did faithful service with the army in
Tennessee.
At the end of the war he returned
to Ocala and re-entered business and
for a long time conducted the princi-
pal drugstore here.
He served several terms on the city
council and was several times elected
collector of revenue for the county and
left that responsible office with a clean
balance sheet. The letter he received
signed by the governor and comptrol-
ler complimenting him on his splen.
did record, he prised very highly,
and, as legacy, is priced also very
highly by his family and his Mfriends.
He was twice married, his second
wife surviving him. By his first mar-
riage he leaves two children, Mr. Will
Trantham, who now resides in New
York, and Mrs. R. E. Yonge, jr., of
this city. He leaves also a brother
and sister.
Religious services were conducted
by Rev. C. M. Gray, of the Episcopal
church, at the residence, and his
remains were laid to rest in the
old cemetery Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock under the beautiful and im-
pressive ceremony of the Masonic
fraternity.
The Confederate Veterans of Mar-
ion Camp No. 56, as a mark of respect
and in obedience to his last wish
marched in a body and formed a part of
the funeral procession, and at the re-
quest of their departed comrade depos-
ited a Confederate fia in his grave
along side of the Masonic emblems.
"Requieseat in pace." I
The Confederate battle flag was de-
posited In the grave at Mr. Tran-
tham's own request, to be accompan-
led with the following lines by Henry
Lyden Flash, in the "Confederate
Croes of Honor":
All this, and more, this magic cross
Recalls to heart sad brain;
Deneath its mystic influence
The dead past lives again.


And frideswblo take a erting look
When I a laid to rag,.
win see, beside the Cros of Christ.
This cross pon my breat.
Beetl of Sr. J. J. N. haskli.
The death of the above named
-patlema ocarred early last Mon-
isy morning the home of his son,
'it. W. & O asklin, in this city.
Mr. GaskiSahas been quite feeble
for sometime. He was 78 years old
and was born In Williamsburg, 8. C.
He came to Florida nearly thirty-five
years ago and remained about ten
years. He then went back to his
home In South Carolina. He was a
gallant Confederate soldier.
In 188I he returned:to Florida and
has made his home with his son in
this city eveitsinee.
The funeral took place at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon, the services being
conducted by Rev. C. E. Powell, of
Misouri. The body was laid to rest
In the old cemetery.
Mr. Gaskin leaves, besides his son
n this city this ty, two sons living in outh
Carolina, and one daughter, Mrs. M.
J. Godwin, of Leroy.
Reoemmeads it to Trainmea.


We understand some one i- trying
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say the least of it.
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stitute. Yours reppectfull;,


MormTIClIo DRaIT Co.,
Montimelle, Florids.


For sale in Orala by-
The Poetoffle Drpg Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Wm. Anderson's Drug Store.


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G. H. Hausen, Lima, 0., Engineer
L. E. W, R. & writes: "I have been
troubled a great deal with backache.
I was Induced to try Forey's Kidney
Cure, and one bottle entirely relieved
me. I gladly recommend it to any
one, especially my friends among the
trainmen, who are usually similarly
afflicted." Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m


Death of Mrs. Vierow.


Tuesday afternoon atiout 3 o'clock
Mrs. Anna Eliza Vierow died very
suddenly. he and her husband
came to Oeala from New York about


proeresstve S*ha-ed Party.
Last Friday night Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski entertained
about thirty young people at a salma-
gundi party, complimentary to their
(.on, Guy, who left on Wednesday for
Washington. All sorts of games were
played and the entire evening was one
of merriment and pleasure. Mrs.
Carrie Long and Miss Susie Bareo as-
sisted Mrs. Zewadski in entertaining
the guests. The prise for the most
games won was tied for by Bessie
Porter and Minnie Barco, of Crystal
river, and in drawing straws for same,
the former was the fortunate one.
Charlie Gray won the boy's prize.
Refreshments were served at 10;:0
o'clock, shortly after which the guests
bade good-bye to their host, after
voting the evening one of most de-
lightful ones ever spent.
Says Ne Was Ter.re".
"I suffered such "pain from corns I
could hardly walk," writes H. Rob-
inson, Hillsborough, Ills., but Buck-
len's Arnica Salve completely cured
them." Acta.like magic on sprains,
bruises, cus, fores, scalds, burns, ul-
cers, boils. Perfect healer of skin
diseases and piles. Curej guaranteed
by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 25e. 2
Opeal-g -a ashk AemaEt.
(Hawkins' New Catechism on B3uiness)
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An introduction will follow to the
paying teller, who will take your grst
deposit. Before handng money to
this officer It is necessary to make out
a "deposit ticket," while is a mem-
orandadu slip showing the amount of
the deposit and its nature, whether in
coln,leurreney or cheeks. The date
sad your name Is added.
This ticket is handed to, 'he te1le-,
with the money, who sees that the
amount corresponds, and then enters
it to your credit In a small "pans
book," which Is given to every de-
positor, except those living out of
town:who send deposits by mail. On
request, the teller will also give you a
book of blank checks.



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ceive meat and other articlom
for *- ld storage. Our prices are
reasonable and we guaranfe--
nat iffa ion.
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An Ancient Foe
To heh sad happiness is Serofala-
as ugy as ovr imee time imnnewriai.
It eses bunehes in the neck. *--
fiagues theskin, inflames the **
membrane, wasts thile m" t .- .
as the bones, re'.i' I .
resistance to disea- an, t'i *
for recovery, and di;el i p
somption.
"A j pearrd :on be lIt :-I'* r
mT w IcauI co l i.greai ..,.. i.
ad became a ruaninx sor. I t '. ..
m ural decline. was r.nr .-
BOdS 8 rMparilla. and when I rI i ,
aIZ boUes my neck was headed. :ai I
aser b ad ny trouble of the kir i j r
MUs I T. SunaM. Troy, obil,.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
ad Pluls
| w rid yoe of it, radically and per.
mManatly, am they have rid hcsinmm6.


TO THE PUBLIC.


Where considerable business Is done
with a bank, it is usual to leave the
pass book at least once a month :to be
balanced. When the hook ie returned
the cancelled cheeks oa-ompany it.
MUNi)B & CHAMBLISS, Rank-.r.


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....i...wea IsAbbeeans Ia
a~ss-- ae to haves aaythla *be

The Adamen Journal minds Ma.
agihesta critki that the Old BaRy
a.e b ,s already presribed te saee
1lcatl wa s tor voting amt Aabam
iasilasnew constitation and that,
if the ras of Alabma lived ain
Massc-h_ estInstead, jem as many
W lU N d themselves disanchilsed
uaer tMe law of that state.
Tht emay paper coiane to about
their little "pleasantries" at the lat*
democratic presid ,ls nominee,
id tbrUiant edos ofAl bao Clmivder.

says: "Mr. Bryan as a treer and
th edfA of a weekly papor a No
hdm is la a pOmalSan to eMsad that;
tel rI s a me bedi er medatm of
.sy.....s "-.-n as a erdwand



mimerf e a mm wilU bet a ed t
Mi"dtirrinmatten a gewat ea
dat r a r MaWam, w sla
aM beldo istomuw l baenAtme r te
bb lo Fe... tr b te wIs is

Aitbm acte emae Imate 1Nw.-
- b..e ha. es A 3m
we br be embe. m mI s e i s

i a"d lame 3m hsr the
,e i omb way ma a pum
v m outf it. ,-Owl _ea.g i--n

Wis hiM pboemensm trm Me
ema- ww neot epie until las.
semmwer Meps. en oath mt
0Sme In Amrl. Wh& mver
he .aS. the.e with helag ate
oamemard slm 0tobi.&


4W nk is a m e -of the sma

Mred. hovem,0 pMV=by the fix*
thot it AMkarm uOW by The OW of
Dr. Fin Fvoit K 111SAe
ap=s the wner. sex-
0 1' M by this Te-
0 markable medicine
iswuitned to by
thowwsan who have
bemad bmeling and
atrengtk mu its use-
It not only cures
health of the whoie
body. It is anerve..
I ~I r&etfig, stmngtim-
~ .ring. sleep-induc-
*ing madiicne. ILt
I makes weak women
Arong and sick-
wom -,!Iwe!Ll
Favonte The.


MaRI"a TAKES FIRT PZlL


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stimulated individual efforts in all
parts of the county, and made the
splendid exhibit, that stood out as a
revelation to the visitor, pomible.
Besides capturing the biggest prime
offered for a olisUtive exhibit Marion
county emptured morel than her share
for individual exhibits
The Qmala High sehoieasily cap-
tured the prim for the best oedatoMal
exhlbt.
In all pioma sm whenever and
whbeverm she has competed, Marion
eosuty has emly eptus d them Ost
prman is nmV by er
eumatens mthe aw e coty of the
atel!


*'OW -,M, ttae dstleltbeeas.

vasm As a madbias e1 the see
af he is ha ls i ader a auwu=
hand m DmU ghi its eans
toavow. 0r.a 01110h0 eIna


teao oy a eal les la Sh
beae Of a mp ae as th
mow amn ing member ofO thl m s
b wenas aed Hmarner the Coum
thidat heo 18adv aemlen t sea te
w us be Iatsr e I. a the ies M al


hcsta m iasthM would tak an
pent is l-enal poson in hpark
mao es aep himses In as bouno a
longer s he e ta strt. Be hs me
lueSental Geme wheo wauld support
hib bmu ber s ambition, but It Is an,
home a ton, Tapa. in which manj
of Wola mim t
friends have bee drawn, have crest
ed some opposition to'bim, and thes
opponents are musing the argument
that his advancement to the senate
would be sacrieling the inter ts of
his constituents, as It would take a
new man many years to reach his
present Influential position in the
house, if it were ever reached."-
Tallahassee core pondent in Lous-
ville Courier-Journal.
Ferida's naval amesake.
On Wednesday, the twenty-seventh,
Florida's naval namesake was launch-
ed at Williamsport, N.J. Mrs. mNixon,
wife of the contractor, ebristened the
ve~el. Governor Jennintgsaccompan-
ied by members of his staff was pree-
ent. and made a speech appropriate
t, the occasion.
A little history as to the naming of
thl.s mnui',or may notr i.e out .4f pia-e.
\VI+n the r-w war-h !,. n, uitors.


Suggestss to Missioary lSeeettes.
The male managers of misionary I
societies should be looked after. They "
continue to ,end young and enthusi-
astic women and old and sentimental
ones, out ever the barbarous regions of
the earth, where their lives are in I
daily peril, and where they are with-
out that proper, protection whieh
should ever be afforded the gentler


In a fair competition with all the
counties of the state, Marion county
captured the higiprize at the state fair
in Jacksonville.
The judges gave our county 99i
points out of a possible 100.
We stood almost perfect!
The order in which the counties
stood was as follows:
Mariono ....... 99-
Orange .................... 91
Alacha ............. o
Lake .. .... ......... %
Oumbl a .. ............................. 794
Vol ..... ................................ 74
st. Jobh s ....................... ............... 7,
Sawaoce .... U
De Sato ............ ..... ... 62a
We stood almost ten points In the
lead of any other county.
Speaking of the Marion exhibit the,
Times-Union and CItlsa said:
The exhibit from Marion county was
mast varied and had been designed to
show that the Marion county farmer
can produce an endless variety of
crops, including crops that flourish
further north as well as those of the
semi-tropics. Diversity of splendid
products was Marion's strong feature.
There were bales of hay, oats in the
sheaf, all manner of vegetables, citrus
and other fruits, household goods,
fancy work, preerves fresh and cred
meats, phphates, rise and hundreds
of comoilties effeetively demon-
strating that Marion reaedantages
in the production of almost anything
that can be proded aMywbere elAse
this latitude or a latlis- man7 da-
grpees beth aorth emd seatL.
Fiee t is md a mn1 ehisldUmR t
oar esomse thoe hdmt ot fow people
e- laqu y d o -E. EL W. Iomg,

threw his whle asem In as maw.
me-t and made o extraordinary earts
to make the Mariom ashibt a credit-
able one, and the result shows bow
well he succeeded.
He offered two hundred and fifty
dollars in premiums for various indi-
vidual exhibits, payable on condition
that the first prim was won, and this


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 being a
comstitutlonal disease, requires a con-
sttattol l treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tlaks internally, acting
directy upon the blood and mucous
rftees of the system, thereby de.
stroying the foundation of the dip-
eas and giving the patient strength
by building up the coasituaton and
misting tre in doing lM work.
The proprito have so amuh faith
in its curative powes, that they eor
One Hundred Dollars efr any eas
that it allsto ure. Send for list of

P. J. CHMIY C CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drug ots. 7Te.
Maal' Family Plls are the best.
Th1 --1d Coany Telegraph tells
eblmadsleeMnad, esundine and ell-
atoane ampahis of producing. The
par says whia part of our farmers
e har ng and selling the cotton
eraqp, ohuware bsily engaged with
the wrk of making a steawbery erop,
to be narveted next spring. Verily,
Florida is a pest country. Some
sort of maeoe- ldlg crop can be
kept growing ev day in the year.
a Vuagse -m-e&stm sve ndSs l aws
wee's LUfe.
Mr. H. I. ek, the well known
village blacksmith at Grahammvlle,
Sumivan county, N. Y.. says: "Our
little son, five years old, has always
been subJect to croup, and so bad have
the attacks been that we have Fared
many times that be wouli die. We
have had the doctor and weed many
medicims, but: Chamberisin's Cough
Remedy is now our sole reliance. It
seems to dissolve the tough mucus
and by giving frequent dnees when
the croupy symptoms appear we have
found that the dreaded croup Is cured
before it gets settled." There is no
danger in giving this remedy for it
contains no opium or other injunous
drug and may be given as confidently
to a babe as an adult. FE.r sale by
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
The Tampa Herald doesn't see what
Mrs. Helen-Wilmans P the use of the mails. Pot-s-iing hthe
occult power ehe cisams it think-s .he
ought to be able to 'onu'ey he-r mo--
mate by a mental prve-w andl thtretiy
b d defitance to Unclte S:tmuuet atl bI:.


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Call and Examine


Our Boy's


Suits !


We have then in great varieties-the latest style s-at thoe lowest pri eo
Mem's Clay Worsted mullt at A0O : fitn.- all wool "bits at S .;:
a good suit at 14.00; PaUl, TSe and upwards; Flue Fellt IMsl
each.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISES


,-00 SHOES


AND NOTIONS


All at price to suit the times at


OLOK.


R. FROST'S STORE ,,


sex. It is no excuse to say that a wo-
man is filled with a desire to be a
martyr, for when the cold and bloody
and cruel business of real head-chop-
ping, kafe4elashing and hot pincers
Begins the martyr, remote from all
human sympathy, ..rvuended ty as
real demons as exist In hell, sees what
an inglorious end awaits rashness.
The comfortable and elderly persons
who direct the operations of the mis-
slonaries have no Idea of risking for
themselves any form of torture beyond
a dental operation, and would no
more permit their own wives and
daughters to dwell among Bulgarians,
Turks, Boxers, Moors, Kongo coons,
and Dahomeyians than they would
turn them over for vivisection. At
the present moment women mission-
aries are said to be returning to China,
which is hot with hate (and not un-
justly so) against all white people.
There ought to be something done
by the great government to put a stop
to this folly and madnese. -The Mexi-
can Herald, City of Mexico.
a FeoId Fiea.
TMh 8. L ais PMot Dispatheb de-
seribes a galf trot shipped from Pen-
eomls as MleWs:
"The maoesr is as all as an ordl*
mary man ad hasOwe ea big ea* ha.
Itsdoml in I a hfoot loe aNd rm
along the beek fr neafrt a yad. &
could bve swallowed, judtn from
the site of its moath, a small-a med
boy without exts effort. A steak
one inch thick from this deniaen of
the deep would sffiee the appetite of
fifteen ordinary men. In general ap-
pearance the giant looks much like
the bass caught in Missouri waters."
8 R100 la p w0.
The readers of this vaper will be


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7% Jug wd leg Trade Made a SpecialNOW*.
Earila Am awas smad enough to mwevthe cc&&ad a~L IW gM. SMP
I eil ~ wbby el hWo wbiskei t hav avey boare s .P d I sow
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THE OCALA


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S* is easy to make i.
takes in the tretmea
K I/ c r and mirbb"
.eaz the gac ag fg so
" l Vtde Eves.
PFOly*s HaRmy am Ta as
2 ycorditionaly guaranteed by
fln .. revery druggist to cure craemp,
9 _* ^ colds or whooping cougk ad
I. prevent peummia. whch so
often follows diseases of little
fo60sm Do =t 2acp a Me
%&. It =y coo a afe. V e
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1nAX gAatS. a tr.

A monument to Jefferson Davis
ill besoon erected in Richmond, Va.,
by the IDauhters of the Confederacy.
Cuba to reported to be on the brink
at ruin. There seems no other way
but for Uncle ~am to take her ic out
of the wet.
Mrs. Helen Wilmans Poss and Col-
emel C. C. Poet, of Seabreeze, have
been indicted by a United Otlatee grand
Jiry at Maov, Ga., for using the mails
far fraudulent purpt*es.
The city council of Boyonne, N. J.,
ha under consideration an ordinance
prohibiting women from wearing
aaillag skirts. That tos part of the
aet cleaning scheme of moet cities
M im. Felta thinks that ll things
eumlMed HBoo. mAlm. H. SteplSeb
am ems% '*gremS munl." Mr.
.^ iM. ateeJd to HoI blebs
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ins.C I gi*I.a qot,.4,111y 11W Iei SO
is 94 Im lsea. 89lsr .if- a. emkeof or-

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eta 4 t. e kfl-t o soo, I. 6. s. of tfrwls. r
t 1* l.et e.h g *t'1 3tt
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oft-ommo to el.1, 601k #We~sse h..l f..r

@*vv *., pwS'osa, aspmewwo.
Two Pramfem tass ml....e loesur

4.. .4 so lo, Gad dolingam&a
Per. -- mb fmetir ofrFek
as so afte of asmm tpeetoo,
WOP.Sftm arheing1 eNas A1m be~e
pepm e. nd. skeftmwoOm ememb, we
bamomof swmal of the smos imprut.
fts Ow..t afte have ispuly eas-
smm'.m tW a"us..memt in the
am-eu a ONat Iwoset Rt meat
r a,** bumsee
lot it cammholy Iw maidthat the
huvW i giv.e i fb at ru" datuing the
ra I. werom 60 am tumg of the po.
f'be *Etfm~ofsuS7 reay. emofi,
whks bpowmamaslv 'emUmsed wlthot
fbmsv~ft Ovvelallnut this yewr Mace
lows Fooebry. appmeaUs .be ever, and

To Ye.wm.'wa trese %hssm eaers or
beeussom. Flet wmuk the 4-twn or bus-
6m ON SwumWweto Ia^" It, them
___ iq downmso emly m Pu~ble
ewbeet f* iled sed mdapply
96ft 1 e fti.Ow giv~edalumb 6
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11m isfmO ~ ebm sAs aa emmel
Usin" "- -.b imesl~moi
sod ~. Palo mainInailo
eud. w ebb by Andmain u~meeY

ek. momm kokhowd to at 1=
"M sod 1111mols ofusekingm theu,

imeo" ~be evolval "m dpo
-em -mu hml avy 1 m"b
adm *urn, me hardmeoftm mIm
a" 1011101 s hand lIs pnmamt
bef a- -wndmos* of Now-
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abnoft-a s mnasthe 31W. blisS., and
~au1. ~dthe p- hn ad ~
bwW edw illea.k out at riqulav
biwkvvsehnd eawh time a i a-- "r m r
wuee fom. This peosse winl loter in the
wrwm for rms., and eviry atom of k
-ubeu me 1d telftheblhoo bfore you
so eaaft a pmrfut.permanent cume.

IOft's MUNK.

is the onir cure for r~vi~nn Oak.,Poisoni
fvT. anAaill1 noxicus plants. it is cm'n-
w~ ~ u'i~t-yof oosand herb-.. Now
m t'i Utile tKc!tthe ;'~iout of "Wu
oyszei.i, as delays gr,es your codition
wvpf~e Tlonl t evirrment honc~er with
bavw'. ..die- A '..pt.-thev ,w .-er cure.
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eemploted the .t-meMam of ilt ii |
hem d ark to 8uwaae river, a I
dstmaqw- of about twenty mnili,. I,
ew railroad will probably tap several
geod deposits situated in that part of
Aleehea county, which bas heretofore
n-elued undeveloped for lack of
trampertation.
Mr. Shillmna, of Hamburg, of the
Grm of Shlliman & Bene, leading
pusphatd brokers of that city, is
mew em am extended visit to his rep-
emetaave In thbl entry, Mr. Chas.
R. Abine, In Oela.
The Pert nglki Terminal Co., (Dun-
*adol Phompate Co.,) having finish
ed h e w mralroad and harbor im-
prw- ta at th mouth of the
WI@leemehee river, has turned the
rmb ever to the government, and
ft Is now being survd and channel
migmae leated. As soon as this Is
deme the company will commeneoex-
*zport.ng Its production throughout
this new port, which Is only fourteen
ltil e frma the mai plant-Oeals
correspondeuce in Philadelphia Amer-
i.-.n Fertiliser.
A Firemaas 0aCloo all.
"I stu,-k to my engine, although
ev ry joint ached and every nerve was
ranked with pain," writes C. W. Bell-
aiamy, a lgoto.ive fireman, of Bur-
liiiton, Iowa, "I was weak and pale,
IsiIout any appetite aud all run
down. As I was about to give up, I
got a bottle of Electric Bitters and,
after taking it, I felt as well as I ever
diM In my life." Weak sickly run
down people always gain new life,
*otmth and vigor from their use.
Try themA. ptHashetmob gVaranteed
by the Antl-Monopoly Drug 8tore.
SePre o cents.
a FMe seems.I


To the slh of the Om aw Dnser.
The writer bh several times enjoy-
ed the ltreative pleasure of liMeng
to the Rev. Mr. Morris, of the Premby-
teriane churheb, since be took over his
mew charge; but In lucidity and sym-
pathetic power, Mr. Morris seemed to
lempreve o Mr. Morris this morning.
Hi subject may be found in the 16th
vere of the first chapter of second
Peter. "For we have not followed
cunningly devised tables, when we
made known unto you the power and
coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but
we ee wer wtnesmesof his majesty."
And herein might be found heavy
wading enogh to trouble most aver-
age men, but the speaker was superior
to all the difflealties native to the sub.
jeet. And surely must have left many
steadlig In a dearer proximity to the
selude. of many knotty points cone
eaood gwitthe divine atre of our
MXWW mBIs-O-wegarditng which
they msayap could only heretofore
helple-ly ry out in their perplexity,
"Lred I beUevew, help thoue ine an-
beiNe."
Mr. Morris ableh at so historic or
phtUophe diftealtle fat have been
pepeamdsd ebmet rMt, tbt rever-
emy eeA-het them, en ad, ti -this
wtere bhamble opimlon, usually
leaves them wry mb*i denuded of
all that cold give them power over
timid tioghk isere minds.
TImee l ao lekof aeviesoe to show
that Mr. Morris has "fought his
doubts"' ad gathered by sure, how-
ever dlew degrees, the spiritual insight
aad Intellectual strength of convio-
thom along this line which he now on-
doubtedly 'pomem. It also some
seems apparent enough that he has
maal"ly refused to be dominated by
a btaded and perverted Judgment, no
matter who or what might make for
eah aem sedaney over him. He
dame at rad the bible through the
epeetales of an anti-dry-m.-dmst
theology. This man is no mummy.
o High Priest, who eanmot be touheb-
ed by a felting of the nfirmities that
arm asath to baumaity. Truthe
whieh some would make appear as
dry asw"bwen pricked to a paper with
a pB." frequently come from his lips
in all the attractive bloom which
must have been on them when they
fell from the lips which fies gave them
to mankind.
While listening to Mr. Morris the
writer has more than once thought
had the bible subjects which hav-
SInduced the greatest number of skep-
I tical doubts, been more frequently
treated in the manner Mr. Morris
treats them, there would have been
much lem room left for cavillers, and
much le. excuse for the skeptic than
we have now. LErKos.
Ocala, tMunday, Nov. 24, 1901.
Syymnour Weth, of Moira, N. Y.,
writes: "I hld *letn trourtled with
my kidneys for twenty-five years and
:had tried s,-verail IhlIsniians but re-
: reiVt n relief until I leought a hot-
Stll* of F u.ifl t V, t,,h l1?.. 1 wiKs sle.<)liut lv
curel. I "arnt 'ly re,'oniend Foley's
Klih I. ('!,r.. F;ake only Folhy'-.
.\,i i"- i,,.

SILKS BARGAINS! mIAISATIN


SILKS SATIN


SILKS 1000 YARDS SATIN


SSILKS Comprising some of the prettiest and most stylish pat- SATIN
________ terns and designs in up-to-date _____

| ILK SILK AND SATIN SATI

SsLKs DRESS GOODS SATIN


SILKS Now adorn our shelves. We have all shades from white SATIN
E to black, in both wide and narrow widths. Just
think of it' we are now sacrificing them
SILKS SATIN

S-- AT 15c. TO 75C. A YARD.
E SILKS SATIN
_______ A few weeks ago these goods could not have been pur-____
chased anywhere for double the price we ask.
SILKS SATIN
Of course, at such prices the goods can last

I| ONLY A FEW DAYS SATN


SILKS So come early and make your selection before the stock SATIN
._.._..._. has been thinned out. You will find these goods ___
SILKS perfect in every respect-the only thing SATIN
short about them is the price.



THE BOSTON STORE.

Marion Opera House Block, Southeast Corner Public Square.


-Letters patent have been itaed for
the incorporation of the Southern
Florida and Gulf Coast Railway Com-
pany, with principal offilee at Ureppa
Island, Lee county, FIa. The capital
stouk of this company Ise 2,000,000,
and the object is to. build, maintain
sad operate a railroad through tho
counties of Bewvard, Oseola, DeSot
and Lee, from Fort Pierce to Ponst
Rams, a distance of aboot 180.nles.
The inoorporators are John M. Roech,
William W. Ourley and Millard ]B
Hereley, all of Chleago.
If you are suffering from droweinem
In the day time. irregularity of tea-
per, sheeu ess aige, gewal debulity,
headache, sad general want of tone of
the myutemi, ue Herblne. You will
get relief and finally acre. Price 50
esnts. Anti-Monopole Prog Store. m
A ChleAgo preachersays that It is
th- dollar alone that kheps man out
of heaven. If that be true our good
Chrltoan friends need give them-
selves the least concern about the
whence of the editor of this paper.
W. J. Shively, Batesville, Ohio,
epeaklng of Banner Salve, say; "I
umed it for piles, and it has done rm |
more good than any salve I have ever I
med, and I have tried a great many
kinds." Anti-Monopoly Drop 8tore.m

JAPANESE

PILE CURE
A new and complete treatment. eoaitiag oi -
Supoitories. Capsules of Ointment md two
imxes of Ointment. A never hlingf re fr
Piles of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife, whch i paintfuil, ad
ofte results in death, unnecessary. 4A- en-
dure this terrible disease? We pack a written
guarantee in each St bow. No cure, no pay. eoc
and S. a box. 6 for S. Sent by mail. Samples
free.
OINTMENT W AND 6W.
GlKTIpjTpl Cured. Plies Prevented. by
Vbs~irATII CJapanese Liver Pellets, the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
purifier. Small. mild and pleasant to take; es-
pecially adapted for children's use Fifty doses
25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala. a

a'smaI et t'% New loev dseevuy

PIGEON MILK
INJECTIO.
Cures Gonorrhoea and Gleet in one to four days.
Its action is magical Prevents stricture. All
complete. ro hbe carried in vest pocket. Sure
preventative. S-ent by mall in plain package,
-.reUaid. on receipt of price. Si per bux, three
for 1z.5o. Anti-Mouopoly Drug Store. Ocala. Vla.


VIGOR


OF


1COMMERIAL BANK, OCALA.

[iBmeh of Commerelal Bank, Jacksonville.]

CAPITAL 50,o OOO

Ameouam of Fiam, Corporatows and lmndlvdumlm Soliited.
Psempt Attentona to all Buosnem Eatrusted to our Care.
Zebange Baght and Sold.

INTZ EST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS


M -un --
WE EAT M EAT

Xoo meat we may as well let
it aloEe. There le o strength
In tough meat-lstead of giv*
Ing, It takes strengb to digest
it. It pays to be eae al In
buying meat-be soe to get
the best-tender and eshele.
Pay a little more if need be amd
put something in your staomeb
whleh will put Sumb on your
bones and strong blood is your
heart.

EDWARDS BROS.





A. B. DELOUEST

HARDWARE



Sa8sh and Doors, T



R.R A nY VT1TYT b PAINTS, ETC


MEN THE SOUTH I.AND RABBITRIES


EASILY. Q11CKLV AND


D e : ers in Imported and Fancy Bred


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THE OOALA BANNER, NOVEMBER 29, 1901


swim u Oesty's EnbibltrS atI
State Fair.
T~ae E0Ilow'ur. uauieil persons i
;,M7r nn vii e xh!l1i.itAat fhe stL


ta,
L4


taur.
Charles Schneider of the Golde
Acre orange grove, five miles south c
Ocala: Two bottles blackberry wine
e bottle pickles, one bottle fig pr
serves, one bottle marmalade, one bo:
"rPnefrult. one box oranges, N. oram
gem and eitrus varieties, one box can
and cane seed, one tray of peppers
m- buach fgs, eme tray peratimoma
sevea cltrom, Dme bunch banmaas, on
bn ears, me bo nrust proof oats, o0
b erh fttes ae kuamqut tree, fruited
.me orage tree, fr huited, three bone
sqmees and ame bundle rust proo
Alm aRogers, Ocala: Seventeei
baes rmad iateriaL.
C. W. Campbell. Sr., Campbellh
pantatn, near Ocala, one bag of pea
ts -M vise, me bundle corn fodder
Ome bmle Johsom grass, one bundle
bNr weed, oe bundle corn top fod
der and ve bundles of sugar cae.
D. H. Irvine. Orange Lake: One bag
corn over twelve months old, one bag
oats.
J. D. McDuffy, the successful Ocala
colored farmer, one barrel corn, out
barrel velvet beans, one box pindes
hay and box potatoes.
H. W. Long, Martel: One barrel
velvet beans, two stalks of cassava,
one dosen bundles of fodder, one dozen
bundles of oats, one box bananas, one
bag peas. one box hicory nuts.
Mrs. H. W. Long. Martel: One bot.
tle syrup ten months old. jar of peach-
es, one Jar of black beans, one glass of
guava jelly. one bottle syrup, one jar
-cassava starch, one bunch of bananas.
Ocala Spoke and Rim Factory, by
courtesy of Manager 0. W. Reagan.
Ocala: Twenty-five varieties of hard
Md. L. Wartmann, Citra: One box etf
Citrus friuts, one box of pineapple or-
anges.
Dwight Newcomb Barco. Cotton
Pinat: One bale of hay.
Williamn Deboae, Fellowship: Three
cusaws, one box of Irish potatoes.
Miss Jessie Owens, Sparr: One Jar
of dried peaches, one ar of blackberry
wine, two jars of canned blackberries,
eme jar tomato jelly, one bottle mus-
tart, ome jar of canned pineapple, one
Jar pmb preserves, one bottle Wor-
mear sauce, one Jar Marion county
reMli. two Jars canned grapes. one jar
mia rind prervesw one Jar pre-
rved cranberries, onae jar Valsan ap-
ple preserves ome jar mixed pickles,
eme jar piekied peaches, one jar cu-
cumber pickles, oe Jar Japan persiam-
mos. ome Jar pickled onions, one Jar
scupperanmg wine, two bottles tomato
sance, me Jar pepper sauce, two Jars
Kelsey plum preserves.
Mr. V. P. Smith. Central:' One Jar
honey, one Jar chow chow, one Jar
honey in comb, one can blackberries,
one Jar peach marmelade, one quart
jar presrves, one Jar green cucumber
catsup, one jar cucumber pickles, one
jar pepper hash. or hot stuff, one jar
peach preserves, one jar plum pre-
serves. one jar sweet peach pickle, one
can peaches, one can tomatoes, one
can of 1900 syrup, one can of plums,
one Jar chili sauce, one sack peacans,
nme bucket lard. one sack of sugar,
one Jar canned pears, one bottle grape
wine, one Jar cabbage pickles, one jar
fine butter, one tray of persimmons,'
one bunch cassava. one peck sweet
potatoes, one package rice. rough.
John Miller, Standard: One bottle
cane syrup.
Miss Sallie T. Fuller, Reddick: One
box crochet quilts.
J. J. Tillis. Martel: One jar oranges.
D. M. Boney, Ocala: Nineteen boxes
Florida made cigars.
J. L. Feaster. Irvlne: One vegetable
barrel, one tomato carrier, one canta-
looup box. one peach crate.
Charles Holmes. LeRoy: One sack
rye. two bundles of sugar cane.
S. D. Carter. Fellowship: One bun-
dle of sugar cane.
G. G. Gamble. Mclntosh: Two dozen
ears of corn.
Edwards Brothers. Ocala: One quar-
ter o. beef, one barrel sweet potatoes,
one whole mutton, one barrel velvet
beans.
J. 8. Alleu Mclntosh: One crate of
Irish potatoes.
Marion county poor farm: Two
cushaws, one sack Spanish peanuts.,
oae sack large peanuts, one box Irish
potatoes, tour Jars syrup, one box
sweet potatoes, two bundles sugar
cane.
Mrs. J. Munroe Smith, Cotton Pant:
One bottle tomato catsup, one glass
jelly. oe dish butter, one bottle vine-


gar.


Your


Christmas


Suit


HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF IT?


Well it's time that you had, and by
letting ui make it you can SAVE 3S.
PER CENT.

ROSE & GO.,


Ghicago's
Famous
Tailors.


We have an assortment of four bun-
dred sample t, .elect from, and our
guarantee is still the same:


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Johnsona & Clark, Martel: One pi
age romia.
)cala Manufacturing Co.. Ocala
Ic'ffct and John H. Taylor, p
*, *:" *.'r- e vetable carriers a
(ue corner crate.
Mrs. B. B. Ricker, South Lake We
)te plate of oranges, one plate
angerine oranges, two bunches
srape fruit, with twenty-lve I
hirty on a bunch, one bottle of Li
Weir water, one jar fresh guavas, .
iar fresh pineapples, one jar straw








Thin

is all right, if you are too f
nd all wrong, if too thin alrea'
Fat, enough for your habit,
healthy; a little more, or less,


to great harm.


Too fat, con-


. doctor; too thin, persiste: :
hin, no matter what cause, ,
Scott's Emulsion of Cod L*.
Oil.
There are many causes ot ge
-ing too thin; they all coni
under these two heads: ove
work and under-digestion.
Stop over-work, if you can
But, whether you can or no
ake Scott's Emulsion of Co
Liver Oil, to balance course
* i"h your work. You can't liv


Wan.


it-true-but, by it, 'V
There's a limit, however;


-ou'll pay for it.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Livc
)il is the readiest cure fo
can't eat," unless it comes o
-our doing no work--you can
)ng be well and strong, without
%me sort of activity.
The genuine has
is picture on It,
ke no other.
If you have not
ied It, send for
*.3 sample, its a-
r 13able taste will
riseie you. I
z.TT & BOWNE -1
Chemists,
.o Pearl Street,
Ntew York.
c?3. and $1.00; all druggists


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berry preserves, one jar fig preserves,
one jar scuppernong grape preserves
and one jar of canned peaches.
E. S. Upham, South Lake Weir: One
box bonet squash, one box Kumquat
oranges, three grades, one box velvet
beans, one box oranges, three packa-
ges of corn. one box pecans, one box
Japan persimmons, one box cassava,
one box sand, one box citrus and
pomegranates, one jar fig preserves,
one jar pineapple preserves, one of
citron, one of Kumquat, one of black-
berries, one of quince, one of catley
guavas, one of guava and one of
grape preserves, one jar canned straw-
berries, one Jar famaica sauce, one Jar
each canned peaches, plums and pears,
two glasses guava jelly.
J. F. Sigmond, South Lake Weir:
One barrel each of oats anddcorn.
Hon. M. L. Payne, PFarfield: One
barrel corn, oe bale hay, one pump-
kin. one ushaw.
N. W. Willlams, South Lake Weir:
One paert eoam
Mrs L. M. Lancaster, Ocala: One
box of tnacy work, coosisting of coun-
terpane, handkerchief, yoke, pin cush-
ion, specimen of insertion and edging.
Mrs. P. W. SpeUman. Ocala green-
house: One bouquet of cut flowers.
which were beautiful.
Mrs. A. E. IMtelle. Jultette: One
phosphate rock.
D. M. Barco, Cotton Plant: Twelve
bundles oats, half bushel corn of 1900,
one box oranges and one box grape
fruit.


D. J. Carroll, Fort McCoy: One
dozen stalks of sugar cane.
C. R. Veal, Cotton Plant: One
bunch sugar cane.
Mrs. R. McMahon. Candler: One
Buckeye cream separate.
J. B. Burry, Orange Lage: One box
grape fruit.
Tom Hall, Ft. McCoy: One bunch
sugar cane.
J. M. Hillman. Citra: Two packages
of corn.
Mrs. Samuel R. Pyles. Oconee: One
jar canned beans, one jar fig pre-
serves, one of canned guavas. one of
sweet pepper pickles, one of pear pre-
serves, one canned peas, one of melon
rind preserves, one of canned black-
berries, one of pickled artichoke, one
Jar of lard. 1900, one bottle of home-
made vinegar, one bottle syrup, 1900,
one bottle grape wine, one of black-
berry wine, one of blackberry acid, one
package Maryland white corn, one of
rust proof oats, one of velvet beans,
one cake of tallow, one Jar beet pick-
les, one Jar cucumber pickles, one Jar
of lard of 1901, one Jar of pickled eggs,
one bar home-made soap, one package
buckwheat one of hunter beans. ma


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THE OLD RELIABLE REMEDY SINCE 85.
SAM w *" IUCa "*W
CinA T us-I Eu' r JeIVEeDt anv FSO cow
At your Druggist, 25 and cents.


MELO et. __


bottle tomato catsup, one jar black-
berry preserves, one Jar mince meat,
one jar plum Jelly, one jar blackberry
Jam. one Jar cauliflower pickle.
S. H. Christian, five miles south of
Ocala: One bottle syrup, half barrel
sweet potatoes.
B. B. Fostermndoth Lake Weir: Two
bunches oranges, one bunch grape-
fruit.
Charles W. Gibson, Grahamville:
One branch date fruit.
Lowell Canning Co.. Lowell: One
can Florida tomatoes.
A. S. Turner: One box persim-
mons.
Miss Jessie Owens, Sparr: One
jar cassava starch, two of sweet pic-
kled peaches, fourteen canned peach-
es. eleven tumblers jelly, namely,
mayhaw. pear, white blackberry,
quince. gooseberry. plum, pineapple,
grape, guava, blackberry and apple,
one bunch pawpaw plums, three pal-
metto cabbage, one oats, one corn, one
peck walnuts, one peck hickory nuts,
one box peanuts, one bunch stock
beans. one peck rice, one peck peas,
six eggplants. one peck of goobers.
one peck pinders, six bundles of oats,
one bunch vanilla beans, one peck vel-
vet beans, one stalk of cotton, one
quart of butter beans, one quart sojer
beans, one pumpkin, one peck yam po-
tatoes, one peck Jersey potatoes, one
bunch pampas plumes, two pounds of
honey In comb, one bundle mattress
moss, one sofa plow, one bunch sea
grass, one sunbonnet, one Battenberg
necktie, two black silk neckties, one
crochet cape, two embroidered pillow
shams, one net sheet sham, one hand
painted picture frame, o o appricay
bureau scart, three embroidered mats,
two chochet mats, oe hand painted
bread tray, one crochet doll drees, one
embroidered wash cloth, one hand
painted celluloid whisk broom holder,
one crochet faselaator, ame box of
Confederate bills, three continetal
bills.


BEUS' BAKERY


~WL~~ih~E.
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TOE STAFF OF LIFE rF
As made here is'pure. clean, whole
some and nourishing. We have builL
up a reputation on the quality of on
BRIEA


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Raleigh


Pure


This ;Whiskey


Rye


is especially


commended for medicinal purpose


being


ABSOLUTELY. PURE


from Adulterations.


and Fi


It is heart


recommEnded by the best medi

authorities.


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FOR BALE EXCLUSIVELY BY


E. R. ABBOTT, JR., Manager


OCALA, FLORIDA.


Agent for the Celebrated Baraian Beer.
II Jag ,and Bottle Trade Rpeelafy toMeMed L




BESTBECAUSE THE NAME


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


I


>ome

Fine Values


In Winter Goods


For Lady Shoppers


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q


AtUtreti ve G es.
here's hrifhtnews in our ao:ck of
rare, warm goods for
fall and winter rar-
sItwu.is. The(* .olor
;re unusually pleas-
Wirt. '.wing different
t,,e th. colors or-
dit.,r ly employed
in a)'ofs of ibis
character. For waists


S r -ktrtl. we h ave
u t*1 lthe thiing--i
fil. 1jeww, fip-to-date
fahric%.
Warmth RMean.]Health.
If you wear one of th-oso pretty j.k
eta-made in several
styles, double-breast- f
ed, with plain or fur-
tri armedd collars-you
will be comfortable.
physically and men-
tally. They are the 0
rarmeints that best
suit the needs of the 0


average woman in
cold weather, aud w-


have a corm poltl a -


sortment of sices for girsi, sused s and


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trons.


These silk


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Cost no m Ior than thmrs-
I Lose than sme *.


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SOLOMON& LEVIO
*iOBS@30 Fillet Avele P.O. ago 3klmrkmgmn,

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..The Mnntrrwimn T-L+,l


Odllk kirt&.
-klrtm have a fl are to them
and are just as niee
a skirt as you could
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THE FINEST LOT OF

WINTER LAP BROBIES
EVER SHOWN IN OCALA.

Our Winter Lap Robes are in, and a better aseortment of
weights and prices, or a prettier lot of patters you have never
seen. The prices run from $2 to $&-plaWn or fancy, gay or dix-
nified, as you prefer. Come early and get a choice of ptters.

S. A. STAIMDLEY Ocal, Fla.
aWses an d se, lsMe, Wagses aw d ames.
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was. J41PWM Gand Mr. t(obloellt
of doofto WO6t 3 heba
$us Wm*.
or. MCVe~.40 .a law"1600 aepemeer,
mm I* asking maw timbeths week.
or. K W. Sinem aow meam.Rt, .of
pabosibip, awo vedtor. here this

IUsjh.D0As LmEWAas sOP Stffer
sle 4er "afeemof two wme'
Ue. ,IA. J.vearlwaresugh Win00nthe
stet ft04.
Wj' Moew to irolpnrt that VWapt. I
a. Ishems nis impevinaginm heath.
Me. tome eUal, of Amthoey, wee here
bm okedav.
lw R K4Y boo g w. to Ta4mpa to
06%es'r olttm in .a nobooAl.
It," J.0 (i4.mhem11101 MOsap-
"Wommosu t b h Per, aund y. j p r


-1 wauld few& Uneary all 0n11ht
we&-s,"mw Mum Coos. A- *ofe .
AhemeniftoEd.. "n udhel
so -w pm I bad enndee
"6dfw*v I ald a us* I wtwul
..e b aftbaf en pk Mendbut,
ebm o m iw adldwe #bled, this
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eme" .af e- me a" I? pe~
a pmsdle" Is in aboslay senran.
owd toMW eN W@64061v Is d mu
rom and $Wo. Trial
-own*was "Gumndv DM.
now 2
Spw vain fers.
To 48 Ma~w oTe 9084M
I "ewaSp s tes wpsuwmlu
man@" 684f ese t ublownes.at the
alot twanastomaiv le sam mWWof
go prowwm wnerwith as IOSIM11e
sot of sobpovmkim the embters
inq..K .sI~,wbb* WIN he ftor-
coo" t sm6 a emb pmm with
a 46"4 #W srnmmu do&e sa e h
smwe ws ORinen~d.
I ddr aewIdim& a&&Of MY Sall
siMg qfpsoo d me Insm %Aedid
eu wk. wiwy now a ledisOwSIns
OW&v P. Pal. Moe. ILS. I aer,
VMm LO j~pht7wUmse.I LPy'e
amm D lesbTibm m mpesm,
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Iwdee, w ". (Did, a. UWentdman
Mow Obealda. 06 W. USIOD, bYlo
Mp.ftW.ILL. 4 Mew. AlbnRMger.,
MM"Wt pmmmand utbesm
H. W. IANG,
(%Mamlnse $#Mow meonty
Set ~rniS
pme lugp .of ROOMa, lad.,
mps be bud nGsw smo as. % ned above a
- mpv fm seSha, s endsome bottle of
~pwks wfteawlTor evatierbed i
wed... ft sr. yoea WePemle'm. Asti-
U..sh elqy bOmOa"-II
ve Um!mo ab@ra-
lbs %4aeion tC-asty Tw'erhetu' Au's-
SW6" Will awem.4is 16wasomry build-

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I., .swe hefsw tibismeting. Ito
go" sin flb gfttq amoitiotlto be
bek bes'w.*~.mtwV -* Ii 3 3 1 oil11
*euru~. It salvnagustanlthat all


Ism t tI


T oeawea semgk


iae ht#E g them 11J vhaters
0'. 1. lse) Honey andi Tar elat"


Ak*-A- .


The Walter Main etiren wbwhich
ieemad in Uiata Wedneamay, ,iu ;tb,
was umdobtatedly the btet that has
ever hen In our city. Every part of
Its program was niew and up-to-date.
The one act of Prof. Tasemter with
his asity-three trulinei horse its ,ne
worth the price of adimion. It far
sirpMene even the bows that make a
spetialty of equine performatiiis.
The qailatette of ariel performers Ii
aNo a wonder. The difficult feats of
seh member wae entirely new, and
the Mps sand mid-air performance,
sebh taugt with great danger, were
iNarvelos. To enumerate all the ex-
it perform ames would all more
meep than we are at prement able to
give, but slffee it to may, they were
amUone.
The oeeart, "the tbet and naset
pert of the show" wa In thisinstance
asedly what was promised by the
measgement. About three-quarlers
at a hour was devoted to smme f
the hett staging dancing, etc., ever
wilneseI by abl (h-ala audience at a
m.illar etntertailnient.
All inu Mil Waller I,. Maiu't i the
I .$.-,, ,l-h-ais', inos up-to-date litow
* ver exhibited I:er.. rThe al* ence of
it.;* rpniailig tiand catch-pentis dt-
% i.-a usually found attached to shows
,.f hiselharse ter was ewreelally noil*-


WIeteetewnal.

Su. rULLhIk.

Over Munroe& Chambliss Bank. Ocala. is.

J .. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
0oce over Tea Pot Grocery, Opp. Monteauma.
OCALA,. FL.ODA
EDWIN SPENCER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
OCALA. 7. -* FlOIDA.


J E. CHASE.


D~IPToMF


OCALA4-- PLORIDA
R a. auDOILD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
imaianda oolSo o OdBa,1lh


Er X. BIGGS,


OCALA.


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
(Office in Gary-AnMew:Block.)
FrLORIDA.


C ARLOS L. SISTRUNK.
ATTORENY-AT-LAW.
Room 4. Masonic Building. OcalPla. 5 a2 1

a. L. ANDaESON. Wi. HOCKaU.
ANDERSON & HOCKER,


rs aisle. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
...o office in Gary-Agfnew Block.
If you have sore-throat, sorenert OCALA. FLORIDA
aso-ra the tack or side, or your lungs
fewl sn e or leader, or you are threat-. .. -. *.--.--.
lemd with dipteria or pneumonia, -
apply Ballard'. tnow L nlment -- .
seemally, ad uaeBallard'bHerehound ,/ i '.
y.vrep. And-Meoopoly Dru8gtore.m


Bawaeetedi Iy bra mae Doald
Stheridl ea d: Mi Coebrane, will


give their ftuireat musical and elo-
cutowary program at the armory on
wnextflatrday alght.
These artist are of the first rank
and their names are a guaranty of a
v ry high elas entertainment.
The program is under the auspices
of the Ora l High Bobool and is de-
ierving of mosetllberal patronage by
everybody.
To Wir. Sheridan:
When she was singing, siginig.
airds o'er green irds went winging:
And -Srnag. In places saft and sweet,
laid all her lilliesat Love's feet,
When she was turing. singing.
When she was singing. singing.
The sweetest belh were ringing.
And from this aseletess. earthly sod.
I lifted teaming eyes to God.
When sh was asmar. Msaging.
-Prank L. Stanton.

b.ek.ag..isg s .....4
his day was generally observed in
this eity. The banks and most of the
a&es were elosed. Union service
were held io the Methodist church
and a eloquent, beautiful and most
appropriate sermon was delivered by
Rev. Mr. Morris, the Presbyterian pee-
ter. The amous takelwiviog tur-
ey, with all of its eonilesuiianlts
gatled mots of the dinner table,
sad, except In a few hboms, the day
was en"joyaldy spent.
imr. a. S. Parr os.


Mr. grewart Parr, son of Col. and
Mrs. L. J. Parr, died Welne eday
moralag, of tvosumptions. He had
been an invalid for years, and death
eale to him as a release from iaret
pain and suffering. Mr. Parr was
thirty-three year- of age
The funeral took place at 10 o'clock
Theuday morning from the residence,
Iv. Howard DOult of the Metbaislst
ehireh, enaducting the services. The
remies were laid to rest in the old
cemetery.
O"Nam.- ----
*6s@ Orles.
QIute a crowd of Ocala people drove
aot to Keodriek Tueeday night in a
big covered wagon to a cane grinding.
They went to the mill of Mr. E. C.
Nelited, where they were met by
this hobespitable getlemau and his
wife who made them all feel at home.
Th% party spent a most delightful
evening ehewing cane, drinking the
juice, making and pulling syrup
ready. They returned to town about
=mdnmlgbt
SGpt. ill e0 Wei *ee.
(apt. Wm. H. Kri.drick. one of the
best known men in Florida, died at
his home In .acksonville Tuesday af-
ternoon in the 78th year of his age.
Heserved in the Indian war of ]b56
and in the civil war of 1861-6. Flor-
IlIs ever developed a greatr venius
in liit Inlia, and he did a great deal in
the de* v lopm*nt of the- state.
T he OrMth Farm for Sale or Rest.
The* a-ove wt-ll known farm, one ,of
the nmotst it-,eir-4,le n111 tie vicinity of
(*ilas, o:tly h lf ruil.- front haid rad,
larir,, Iarn. .t st n ti i, gn i ) dwelling


A (o dl Founlittiii.;z
Mean* comfort,'i peace asdl bialth.
The bhItal can't poor feet cramped and poinebed lunto
tight beoes or shoes of unnatural
shape. The feet suffer from corns and
bunions, and the slughuith circulation
affects the entire health.
We sell shoes that aro- leaped lil e
the human foo*, but yet which retain
an air of elegaune and ',yle. Com-
fortable shoe are notti*i(-icsril). ug y
-not so at all, if you come here.


G.
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A.N SH.
the square. Ocala, Il


F lorida Agricultural College

LAKE CITY. LA.

EIGHTEENTH YEAR..-.-BEGINNING SEPTEMBER BOTH, 1901.

FIour mourvoes of feur ye-am, ill Agoivuliure, M eI'aa-
gimeertaig, Lt'iu-&*i.n*, Cl(I%.-ies. Oil- year'vo eumurp iii his-i.
flew: Storuolrtraby. T uprutrug ni sil T;1eigroopiy. A prepars-
loryv @uRn* lt o.e ear twi, vehre. sra. ra.% omer, for those wigehfnt to
Peparep for th"e ealliebe. Plo-t,,iraa.are oo ura are shmo, .Itlrhes.
Young men under muilltnry tj.'oiiphme. YonUg wausen unfer
i reoning bnme iultfurneei at r c II:,iI. Fine nfwlerm boil ting
andfirnt -elaom eqhipMNPt. Tuition frep to Florida tsotidruIS.
Ol erexopowgg w vry snamI =For e,,inio,,. Pdoldit
W .., W42AJLBAL FEMB04 KAW. D rMP5 cueLI


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L2ru CEi. BPRAN AND CU K! fl A SKRTS.

CAJNTELOUPE AND CARRIER CRATES.

Orange Box Material -

PATENT VENTILATED PRODI CE BARRELS

ftt WE MAKE THE BEST ON THE MAiRWhT -
Rough"and Dressed Lumber and Building Materials


fine-

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HERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural ROO&L



CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Con~pt ii

Wsik Stomach and Im~paired NIigsshL

EM khu harIntui 0-IN .. 4t

Price, 80 Conate.
Pisare by JAMESF. BALlARD, ft.Lee s. U


For ale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store


We Want Vou to Ship Us


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
IDEED

N OTICEH toHERESYGIVEN TM dk? L v'
Y'ERGLViON porehaser cof Tam ertificalga
so. aP7 and dii, dtheUi31h. AprilA. D. ulin,
bas file: said certificate. is my adce and how
maeapplitkim 5zr tax deed to issue Ina cour-
4moce'vwith law so"d VexftUo.SeA *embina.th
Ubowturdea In-s? am wme4is AUhrieof
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as-i S.T. SISWMUNL2
Clerk Circuit Court. Marks. Comoty, Floridia.


cierisr- can" of mn. Cusny. rio-m.

NOTICE OF APP ICATION FOR TAX TO-ICE IS HERBBT GIVEN THAT UNMDR
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX IN aadby virtue of a fast decree reud Md i
tegiltday of November, A D .theRO
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP- ytWe. dok w embr A tecoe
Tea A-A I ii Ara~k: C~t rtRirnA and or the Fifth Jdfi Circuit of the state .t
TER 4888. LAWS&OF FLORIDA. audfo MatheritkMaio caty i f chacery afto
wherein Margaret J Spencer ad dwa Speea-
cer. be husband. was complaints ad ma
WOTICK IS HWRBV GITmN THAT D. P. .D1y.,r. rb D fY.. iist, Predet*_ .
1 SIMMONS pirchaser of Tax Cer. i isl, James L a nfinbt, and ary .
ti Mte No It dated the 71h.day f Aug. A. DI t*sfot, were defeadlti
,Bha. fsled mioer Mcatetan r anle.mdbm The a'k.,ig.e isamed s a sap .alted is
msleae lal I ed w jm s m Mid decree to execute the same. was eM
d e~kaw. Said certAMate embraces fe t i M ay tMh Et day *fJewury, A D. sia,
f"'wi b descrde P 1tysittes iUs as dwing thele-gal boes of a2le, in slat of the
couly Eplos. gto l: Wes half of northwest south door ofnthe court beae in Oaa, Marius
qui-ter aectila 8ownsip 2 1Sye ^ b WS. mty Florldaoflfer for sIe and will aiD to the
The said ld bel aeed at the to I- oent Iodder for ah Mf mortsad llmitote
stance of such CetISSeate ia the aLe Of M. in said decree metioned mId d be a
Lewi. Uuless sid cLrtiscate shall be redeem flow. to wit: The eat half o lot two 12) it
ed according to law,taxdeed will e tereon block thirty-eight (3) ia the old is the
en the istd aylofDecember, A D ... city of Ocsla. Maron county. loidia. or N
Wituesa my o sii n tre ad nat iR, me much thereof as may be t to realie the
,th day of November,.A. A. s.TRW. E. amount of said decree &ad coas
S. i. S ,-T U-K.. IT.. n IGGS,
11a -2 rael ea" Circuit ComIt special Mastter t cascery.
EDWIN SPENCER
Solictor for Complainant. I-3
NOTICE OF2 APPLICATION FOR TAX


DEED-


N',TICE IS HEREBY:GIVEN THAT C. H.
C OXJNER. purchaser of Tax Certificace No.
1673 -ated August 7th, 187, has filed said cer.
tifi-air in my oice and has made application
for taxx deed to issue il accordance with law.
S-id cettificate embrace the following described
property situated is Marion county, Florida,
t o wit: commencing at a point 2a 0 chains we
tof southeast corner of northeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 36. township 15 soeth,
range 22 east, thence west 1.33 chains, north 3
chains eist ,r3 33chains south 3 chains. 4o acres.
The waid land being messed at the date of the
iwuance of such certificate in the name of Mrs.
E I. Mixon. Unlew said certificate shall be re-
>deeitd according to law. tax deed will issue
thereon on the 25th day of November. A. D. 1i9o.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
; -(tClerk :Circunt Count.

NOTICE .OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.


recmi b#cSuuseinniqjr s~ kr


NOTICE.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER.
Ijandby virtueof a nal decree rendered on
the 14th day of October A. D. gos., by the Ron
Minor S. Jones, jade pro bac vice. in a certain
cause ihen pending n tle circuit court of the fth
judicial circuit of da in and for Marion coun-
ty, in chancery, wherein McCORMACK KNAL
was complainant and WII, & BULLOCK sad
WILLIE S. BULLOCK as ttnatee. were defend-
ants, the undersigned named and appointed ia
said decree to execute the aame. will on
Monday Ihe ,d day*f Decuager, A. A9f,
during the legal hours of sale, in troat of the
court house door in Marion county. Florida, of.
fer to r sale and will sell to the higbet and beat
bidder, fer cash, thed pre- i id
decree mentioned and described a follows. via:
, all lots 10s and 10 action 17. township 1s sath
Strange 21 east; as shown by a map made by W:
C. Miller. C E. in 1Rs5 filed is the public record
ot Marion county. Florida.eeot a atrtp of land
tifteen teet in width along north boundary line
of-aid lWt ioi and alongsouth boundary hae of
said lot i or Aso much thereof as may be atf-
ficient to realize the amaount of said decree sad
cots. T. E RIGGS.
ANDER-ON & HOCKER. Special Matter.


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