The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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51111111i111i11111111111f1111111111111f111" '," " " '''''''1111i111iN11111111111if' ''''' '' '" "" "liliil" A BUSY PLACE. A FLORIDA BOY ON THE U. S.SENATE BALANCE SHEET.

-.,... -- The busiest place in Ocala today is To the Editor of the Ocala Banner t'
.. 1403 Dr. 1903
-- -- the cold storage establishment of the Perhaps the most interesting bodyof January January i

-- -- Meters. Benjamin.We men in the world is tbe senate of Real Estate...._.......,-..._.? 500.00 Bal, due on land pur-

\ II were there Tuesday morningfor the United Slate During my services Horses, cattle etc...... ... 350.00 chase._-.._.___ $ 100.00 .
Drink a little while! and encountered here, I have become quite well
Farm Machinery 75.00 given part pay-
eight:; wagons each waiting its"turn," acquainted with men who are the ... .n,.,

which reminded us of the scenes at statesmen of today. Pork in cold storage 50.00 meat mule..."" .. 75.00

the grist mills in ante.bellum days, When on my vacation home last Feed hand.120.00? Ket worth_...._...._ 1252'15
I on
V ITO L 1 "first ____. ....?_.
where the variable rule was, summer it was suggested that I writea
Cash in &
come, first served. few lines, regarding this distinguished -

f-. \ .. Both the Messrs. Benjamin were body of meu. Now it is not Chambliss' bark.112,15.. -..... j
-- busy: as were likewise their a&ietanta. intention to into detailed
\ my gnt any Household effects 220.00
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During our stay of half an hour discriptioa. of legislation and Low -

| (IT | there were delivered for cold storage business is conducted ; but only to $1427.15 $1427.15I

more than an hundred bogs and call attention to a few facts that may I

some were very large ones and inaguiiicently interest you. Every farmer should make a statement of his affairs at

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE 1i butchered. At a future time I shall try to tell I the New and for
The animate are either purchased you about senators particularly. Year for his own guidance, comparison a

outright or art put in cold storage fora First I want to f pt'a.kf Senator *
used =
small but
year hence. The figures shown here are are
fixed sum. Mallory, who during his six years of
:: Ocala Florida. H About 150,04\< ) pounds are in storage service, has gained a place of high only to give the form. Many can make a better showing than a ayf

belonging to the farmers! at the present fsteem in the snite. He is a clever

--- JJ moments besides the amount speaker and u len speaks( as manyof this, but if you can't, now is the time to start for a better ;

-r .-,a which belongs to the factory and you people doubtless know you'll

-- --- uhu-h it is curing on iu own respon- not only hear an iuterestingargumeut one next year.MTJjSTBOE. ,

!1ij ij i! \\j ij ijl\jl\jl\jl\jl\jl\ \ \ \ \ jl jlljl\jl\jl\jl\jl\ll\jl\jl\jl\JJ\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ eibility.Tbe animals' are dismembered by but facts one are full what of count.facts. A In senator the senate may & CI-IAMBLISS ,

experts and tile hams and shoulders make ever so fine a speech, but if it BAXKEltS. '

I fashioned into marketable shape; a does not contain thoughts that aid
Gm'iiliou-cCo! ., Florists!' I Mrs. W. B. Merck and children of FLORIDA. :
Ocala certain amount of the trimmings are other senators in their information, it t()( ALA. : : : : : :
phone.o.. 2. Eustis, arrived in Ocala Tuesday and -
made into sausages and the fat manufactured counts for but little.

'Miss Georgie Smith U visiting are the guests: of Mrs. Merck's bister- into lard and put in tins Senator Mallory very is considered! one d sssssss ssssossssssssass :
lu-l Mrs. Ethel Booe the
at Montezuma
I w. -
friends at Jasper. ready for market. of the senate's leading men and
About two* hundred hams and doubtless will hear of him in the
bliss Louise luslis, of Port InglU, Is' shoulders are smoked at a time and you
Mr. Anna Douglass and little children future more particularly. He lepre- A
the guest: of Mlaa Mona the capacity will be enlarged as the the the FEWDEIYSMORE
cents people best
very way
of Starke, who spent the Christ. 1 1Now
of Kentucky, is the busiue grows.! and I
Mr. Barber mas holidays in this city with Mrs.Douglass' }possible, iuhn listening to the
guest of hia sister. Mrs. T. W. Troxler. sister, :Mrs A. A. Winer It is now in its infancy. appeals of his constituents.
The Messrs. Benjamin estimate
Miss Ethel Strobhar of Gainesville returned home Tuesday. this about Senator Taliaferro, durmi his short OF 1902
they will buy season a
grandmother Mrs. -- career as a senator from our state, is ,
ris the guest of her in
MP Ira 8. Patterson of Ocala, is thousand hogs and are sanguine! also recognized as one of the senate's .....
C. P. McGrath. I Mief that the business will rapidly -
in he city visiting her brother, W. the most popular oenatois, I might pay in -

Capt. T. H. Johnson is just up from D. Patterson in Riverside. Mrs. Patter increase as the years come and go. pas. imthit it is not alwavss the men I is the time to be getting your New Year's

Lakeland I and reports the orange machinery and
rihurt-nota their in position
\reeaa that section her mother at Chain, Fla., and then are of the greatest importance, I
are not doing the business they would : throw out a few suggestions that you will do wellto
is curled.3lajgr who the
teat go to Quincy attend the annual or gain greatest recognition, I

and Mrs. L.T. Izlar who have conference of the Methodist Episco- otherwise have done. for those matters are settled finallyby incorporate in these resolutions. Put them at

been visiting Dr. A. L. Izlar in pal church, which convenes tbere. They will make extensive improvements the way the senator votes ; but the head of your list, and you will be surprised at s

this city, returned to their South 'I'ime..-Gnionand Citizi>n. during the nest summer and those also that are active and on the the end of the year to find how many dollars you s
next winter will be in I
the committees.In .
Caroliua home Tuesday. on have saved by following them:
afternoon Mr H. shape to do a big business. to duties I I
-- Tuesday T. regard my own will
If the number of vehicles that meet It i is the biguext and most promising Resolved, That I will during the year 1903
? Johnson entertained the ladies of the ,I say: that I enjoy my work very much 1
the trains is! an indication of the Methodist church and a number of industry that has yet been established" indeed. I do not say it in a boastingway buy my shoes at the Boston Store, where they have s xV

growth of a city Ocala can hold its other friends at their regular: monthly I I in any interior city. but probably the position of the best shoes for the price, sold south of Atlanta ; s

own with any in the state. social. Quite a large number were Concerning State Fair Premiums. page iu the United States senate is Resolved, That I will during the year 1903 g

Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Peck, after a few present and the afternoon was very the highest honor a boy can obtain. wife's ready-to-wear garments at the
days visit to the family of Mr. Benjamin pleasantly spent and) a nice little sum Martel, Fla., Dec. 23,190 It gives a boy a wider knowledge of I purchase my have the stock in
where largest
J. Potter, on port King avenue, was added to the church treasury as a To the editor of the Banner.At public men. It teaches him many I Boston sr

have returned to their home in Jack result of the entertainment. some of our people to whom premiums things that are good for him to know, Ocala to select from-and at reasonable prices s

were awarded at the stale and he makes an acquaintance during Resolved, That I will tell my friends that the A
sonville. Father liottola:!cio received Tuesday fair are getting a little restless over is
his service, that lasts him during place to buy clothing and gents' furnishings
children are Q
Mrs. J. T. Love and TOO packages of especial seed the delay in receiving their premiums I
W. his whole life time. A boy need not
visiting her father, Dr. M. T. adapted to our soil, from the U. i H. 1 submit for publication the en- studies to I
neglect any great extent
Christian, of Ocala. They will be agricultural department and will distribute closed letterjust received from pres.tdent .
for there are night school' and I
absent about ten days.-Alachua In them free to alt farmers who Gaitskill for the benefit of allconcerned I THE BOSTON STORE
many teachers who are near at hand. '
quirer. can take the lime to call for them at which you will please
To procure the position of a page is
and little the rectory, 75; Orange street or by kindly publish aud oblige. I
Mr S.n. Birdsey jr., certainly not easy, because there are Block Ocala Florida
and letter. The only condition i is that Yours respectfully, I Opera House ,
have arrived the city
daughter, only sixteen in the senate, and these -
with Mrs. they shall report the result of piloting
will spend appointments last for four years; so

Blrdsey'g parents, Gen. and Mra. to agricultural department or to Father Dee. 190l. it is only a few that ever attain the I lDs ;DssQti 9 sesssssss sst'
Bottolascio, and he extends to all a
Robert Bullock. lion H. W. Long, Martel, Fla place.I .
and Year.
Terkeeween Oil Liniment, the happy prosperous Dear Sir: :- I would not take anything for tht8rquintan..s > ffll4 A FRAME
I beet liniment will not blister: by rub. Things are looking very spick and I have yours of the 22 and can give I have made and my '= .

ltln!!. Trytt for aU pains and achs:, span down about the Seaboard Air you put little satisfaction, as neither knoledge of public measures whichI \ ?' I I In which a picture is put will either

and for red bugs and most]uei to bites. Line railway. A new tank, twice the the Columbia county association nor have obtained through my service. enhance its value or fcpoil it. We

11 Tydings & Co. t capacity of the old one, has been put the railroads have paid the State Fair There are, as I have said, sixteen, have a large assortment of picture

up, and decorated with the Seaboard association what is due from them. pages.! Good conduct and good language // frames and\ MOULDINGS, and it is ,
Dr. J. Hardy Pittman of Air Line colors. It makes an attractiveaplpal'anct The railroads sold coupon tickets but are two of the first things a"boy an matter to find something exactly -
I is in the city having come to must arn, besides having good y. easy '
>. The capacity of the have not settled for them as yet. Just -' suited to any and every style of
see his wife and child wbo have been and being physically rtroni .
tank is oOjfW gallous. The passenger: 8i soon us these funds become available hacking I picture. We have special facilities ore
ependingthe holidays with Dr. Pittman's His duties that he be active' I I
and also l will them along. But I require I I
freight depots are being paw making frames to order aud consequently
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parents Mr. and MM. freshly painted. The Seaboard is can't 8"Y when that will be; some oT and ever ou the alert to the wants of 1 1 our prices are moderate.

f Pittman. --- certainly putting on frills for the the railroad promise, us by January1st. senators. .. .. i
Our: formers are finding/ demand for New Year. : We are doing all we can to get The boys are from all over the t
the good corn crops raised this season Ii feUI..I1Jeut. country: from the extreme south i 1:1 CCiU FURNITURE COMPANY.

Hi.: Slroble was delivering to a party Mr. Pat Randall of Connor, was in Truly jenrs' the other end of the country. Home ;,

In town the past week, while E. W. Ocala Tuesday and left over the S. H. GAITSK ILL. of the states represented by pages Hrt -

Smith has baeu hauling Home to Ocila.Belleview Seaboard Air Line railway for Jacksonville - as follews: Maine, Virginia, Connecticut Q) .... .... .,
News-Letter. Mrs. Randall joined him Methodist Services Sunday. New York, Oregon, Mary-
I i at Silver Springs. Mr. Randall The Sunday school met at 9:30: a. m.
1 aid, Tennessee, Ohio, etc.
Violet Scented Borated Talcum ia a most enterprising citizen. with a good attendance. At this service Senator Gorman was a page, and J. STARR STERNBERGER
Powder to relieve chaping an-1 prickly He has two orange groves, one under two beautiful volumes of poems now he is one of the leaders of the ,

heat and etc. lOc and 3 for 25c. shelter and one out in tbe open. Besides were given as prizes by Mrs. W. H. great democratic party. Stuart Rob-

Tydings & Co. { he is the principal merchant Clark to two young ladies of her class iOn .a8 also a page, now one of the Real Estate and Rents. ,:
and is also in Misses: Gertie Bacbelder and Clara +
engaged American
given rafting logs greatest actors on the
Mr. J. H. Yereea up the down the Ocklawaha! and St. Julius:! Moore for two excellent (08 a 'written stage. ....
hotel business! and has rented the by them the history of the
, rivers to Jacksonville, and his business During tbe session the boys are
house in the second ward which was + +
in Jacksonville now is to go into !. Israelites. divided into two sides. The demo- Houses for Sale, Lease, Rent, Exchange. +
Mr. Charles .
recently occupied by this branch of trade The pastor preached able sermons I of
more extensively."Some cratic and the republican, course, .
Mathews. Mr. Vereen and family both morning and evening. His
am on the democratic bide. Thereare Rents Collected : Lots for Sale.
Vill move_Into the same in a few days. time ago my daughter morning subject was "The Lesson of eight boys on either side, and ..

caught a severe cold. She complain- tbe Years:," in which be showed the chief Mr. C. A. + ....
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Cullen are hey have two pages, .
of alnes in her chest end had a bad years to be swiftly passing, while side who e
Louder on the republican ,
entertaining; the following guests : had end and that therefore
I her no
Chamberlaiue'sCough eternity
Mrs. Lanier and Miss Lanier, of gave was once a page, and Mr. A. D. Sumner ENTIRE CHARGE OF PROPERTY HANDLED.
Remedy according to direct this fleeting time, the preciousgift
Tarboro : on the democratic, who was once +
X. C. :\Ir, Frank Hodges
; ions and in two days she was well aun of God should not be wasted in
and son, Churchill, of Greenville, N. able to go to school. I have used' this such ways as the dance, reading for the space which

C., and Mrs. W. ll. lancill, of WashIngton remedy in my family for the past trashy literature, etc.. but should be
this ()('('upil'J remain + + .+.. .... + + s
N. C. seven years and have never known it spent with reference to gaining an Sincerely yours:: ,

to fail," says James Predergast mer- eternity of heavenly joy. The evening GUY B. ZEWADMO, .
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l' Sunday was not as cold as the fall- chant Anuato. : Jamaica West sermon was a very appropriateone _
i \y Hotel Oxford Washington, D. C. ..-:: ..,..." O "' ""' 1. :-7 1,.,.>-=-E"Sra :w.sgiTa. raj=l
ing temperature all Saturday afternoon India Islands. The pains in the chest for this season of the }'t'ar-"The Dec. 21, 19oA .

indicated and the weather indicated an approaching attack of Ending and the Beginning." -

bureau predicted. The orange trees pheumonia, which in this instancewas The Epu orth League in the afternoon Cure for Lumbago.W. THE NEW DRUG STORED.

nor atilt now believed that the fruit undoubtedly wajvled oJl'by Cham.berlalne'sCoujjh : was Ifby E. L. }.ey. The topic C. Williams, of Amherst, Va ,

fin the trees except in exposed place, ; R"ID dy. It counteracts was "David Livingston" the grt'atI says: "For more than year I suff- H. BROWN, M. D., Proprietor,

were Injured any tendency (tol,! toward missionary to Africa. The latter partof ered from lurJlb:1 t). I finally tried

pneumonia. Sold by Anti Io\opoly I the service was devoted tia retro Chamberlaiue'e Pain Balm and it
Mrs. Ed Taylor and little daughter, Drug Store. m spectofthePast and resolutions for gave me entire relief, which a" other Is.now open and ready to serve the public with Pure Fresh

of oMValcotf Ind., are spending the the New Year. remedies had failed to do." For site r Drugs at the corner of South Magnolia street and Ft. King

iutr in OcaU with Mrs. Tajlor'seon Lost-Reward. I by the Anti.Monololy Drag Store m avenue. We have a pretty line of HOLIDAY GOODS in

I : who is the bookkeeper for the Several l thousand:: dollars invested You know what you are taking. Stationery, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Toys, Etc., which

Odawaha Lumber Company at Silver (and lost) in lands in :Marion: county When you take Grove'd Tasteless A. C. L. Calenders. !: U we invite shoppers to inspect before making their purchases. i

":Spring. They have rooms with without having first obtained an Chill Tonic because the formula is Bend four cents in stamps to S. P. ,I
Mrs W, K. Smith on Ft. King ave- abstract of title from the Marion plainly printed on every bottle showing Collier Jr., Division Passenger! Agent

'. nue.. Mr. Taylor will arrive IB a County Abstract Company. For reward that it is simply Iron and QuinineIn I Atlantic Coat Line, Tampa, Fla., for i CAREFUL COMPOUNEIN6 OF PRESCRIPTIONS: IS OUR' SPECALTY:

\few days from Indiana and will also bee next pase. a tasteless form. Xo Cure, Xo Pay a very attractive wall: calcm er for -S.
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i From Sunday's taAily.h THE OLD CUSTOM PREVAILS
,,I,': ; t:3xiit','''' rHH--HHH-i--+ :': ++#:.a..uu.n CANCEROUS"

Before the outbreak of the civil ,
rlli'"t !SA3S1S, Siitcr.p. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. PEACE ON EARTH, ; Are in many respect like other ulcers
war t hristmas to the slaves in the or
V. Leiverjcci, bares, X&.1;er.f. ? By UL C E Iff S scree, and this resemblance often prore fatal
.Y GOOD WILL TO MEN '*4 southern states very urarly approached Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
I ..e..e THE EDITOR l .< .
4- *:; T the jubilt year: amour the Jewish the lOre with washes and sahea. because: the germs of Cancer that are multiplying .

... r ... ia the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develo "
f. H.f..f.j.. "-H.71i.. Ht.a..Hn"". 'U 1:4 u...au.; ..... vnj'le! in ancient time: far k"pap the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting paiaj :

---4 It is A two weeks' Loli.Uy: was given the of the eating and :slooghing wage, and a hideous '
i now nineteen hundred and two one unutterable rum, with'"'t discrimination announce approach ,
and the custom prev.vil'-d t'\'t'r h..re. siclceninjr cancerous sore begins its
of < or > Tho-e who
years since the Babe of Betblehtmwas ge M X. ..
work In lebrn+ry, Ig99. I noticed amp
born :and there was heralded the died not under the l hshofa tropiM All labor except for the Care of s ekiKd destructive &my lower Up. Thl doctor uiu!
nicer can exist withttriied
or sore
it tat another e.ml and
sun died in the darkness the miD. .. and di.entire fortnight broke '.
proclamation ''Peace on Earth, GoodWill ; was out some predisposing internal cans cat Into .a open Ion. I beta to u*,
l' 1 From sequestered sandbank, where hu the blood and the .. s. s. 110.. i
: made Ii t."II,1 in. that poisoned du.are id eatiiil:
r t- to Men"In the red flamingo fL-hes in the grey of u.. thl >> 114 JiG
\ The tlvs flatttd to the: towns opeadiJtcharinYulCerorthtles.tl .1WUA Gt11....... h.... k A .*.a '
turning over the musty leaves of the morning; from fever stricken! ing sore on the Up check cr other ilaoi. W. P. Brown HollU.a.C. l
;j __ the mango thickets, and the ploini of The patrol 'us edte.1 "tf and it wa" part of the body will continue to
of those
history eventful
I MOTTO: THE BASNER, BELIEVING yeaN, impenetrable forests; from hiding: two weeks of merry nuking. [spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and tit 1
we find the record has not been eliminated from the circulation.
TO a i
WELL ABLE [Cancer or morbid matter
HOSE AT THE TOP places in the clefts of rocks i from the White thetreets oa germs
AXE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS pleasing one.Xo eternal boys paraded S. S. S. clean** the blood of all decaying effete: : matter. It has great
AEEV: ITS STA5D IN THE BARRICADES snows of the ands, where horseback in fantati costume andtvtry Lntidotil and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons:

: WITH THE COMMON FEOFLE part i>f the vivili:**! earth haa there was uo witness but the al1-.t- iDIZ tiOQotipattla thing that could and restore the blood to itiwtaxal condition. And whenpure blood i, 1.

erg.f AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR' vet learned, or, if it has learned, it pun, there went up to God I a cry of carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE human despair. By million upon niike a noNe was brought into requi begins. the discharge ceases and the place teals

f BOTTOM.--= has not yet begun to apply the first millions whole races and nations were sition. In the shooting of fire crackers over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vegetable -

letters in the alphabet of the text that reniurselestly out ott. Tne Kuhnp of and the display of fire works the blood purifier containing no mercury o:1

BRYAN ON CHRISTMAS. comes to us from the manger in the Chiapa atllrms that more than fifteen minerals of any description, '
'" Judeau stable. millions were exterminated in his f.ninh of July was entirely ovtr- If you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any load write us about it,ne& ,

hl.do"w1, cal advice will cost you nothing. Books: o* Cancer and other diseases o|

,: The last i issue of the Commoner, Through the ages, with here and time. from that Mexico might and have Peru intruded a civilization Christmas in the southern states the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atliati, Lt.ue .

r' Mr. Bryan's paper, contained a beautiful there an exception, the animating Europe was crushed out." to<:ay ths that a custom is as bind

article on Christmas, from which purpose of the followers of the lowly Ainonc all civilized nations war is mg as a la w.hliious: and millionsof
i:: we make the following extracts:
Nazarene has been that of conquest, part of the national Large dollars worth of fire works have
the Christian: Jesus
"To came as
pillage, rapine, exploitation and mur- standing armies maintained beenhtpped south this 'fIlrind they
are by
: an unspeakable gift, his face illumined der.
forceful taxation. The Christian are still found to be more sable! than
f i by a divine radiance, his life
The lint for power and gold ha mother educates her child to becomea any other Christmas article. Dyspeptics
f surrendered in fulfillment of a divine I
1 I bathed Goth hemispheres in blood.In soldier. Tbe virtue of the The bigger the noise .the happierthe : \
I i plan, his resurrection fixicg in the military I I isle tTtry dy by t.eir tan ea etase
k' all the nineteen hundred and bero is extolled from the small boy. / ,.
I tirmanent R star of hope that thai! pulpit and CMS. Con Est ewe of coniUpaybcoo fcetor it ; 1t
two there from the time of All the toms in the southern states 4 ehfatLe. Take 1 t' 1
was the
# never be dimmed. But even those years never a centurynor Jossphus; to time % 1

f a generation when in some part of Grant the "man in erauletts" has today: are crowded with colored Ire<> kWN'S[ LNVR PILLS'AfloTOMIC'PELLETS .
outside of the church, as well as its
of the civilized earth the war drum been raised to place and power by the ple. The common cares of every day
members, share in the benefit which i { 1 ;
was not heard-the dove of peace help of the church. life are laid aside and it ia a season ofanalkoed
has received from the I
i humanity ex- ,, the only reaaioJ a Ue& ucn Niaue sad do not get ia bwT j
let loose from the ark could have haypiue fur them ss well
t ample and teachings of the Man oft returned China is a heathen n tion. he t J- pcvsthl P't'pee S-Ft P13 Ind DJL B noTitinsot '

Galilee. unmolested and undisturbed.On knew nothing of the destructive ar- as the white people. I drug-tar
, tea and land in all zones and The weather in Florida is ideal] ando \ ivttem independent of drugs For ease bj el 3 doiMis
t "If Jesus had left nothing but the numentaof war and sought oUy t \\ )
latitudes, the very air has been rife we do not :suppose there n a laud Yew d.uit wJl tunusJi a tree eagle o/ e aft. /
Parable*, his name would have! been be let alone and for that purpose builta /
with under the sun where there is so Hullutf..ring >
wars the
4: imperUbatle in literature: if he had rumors of wars. wall of seclu-! >iou around her dominions Brown Mfg. Co.
If the B. C. had their and !o much bappiue s liS
bequeathed to posterity nothing years Cyru-es but the Christian nations bombarded New York
Xerxeses there i. throughout the cities and
f but the simplicity of his speech and her forts and are now seeking and Qrecnevil! ,
Caesars and towns in Florida today. May it alWSAS
Ilannidals the -
: the irresistible logic of his argument I I ; ;years A. only a pretext for 'partitioning" her \__ Teon. ,
D. have hsjl their Napoleon' Well coiuiuue so arid may OUT man- \
. ? be would have had a permanent place empire. 1
ingtons. Grants, Weylers uerof celebrating: Christmas always
I ,
among the orators of the world ; if be Turning her back upon the declaration J
and "Hell Roaring" Jake Smiths. aside wih u-.
I { had given to the world nothing butt enunciated in Philadelphia! in C
The sword and the ---- --
eras been t4
the commandment, "Thou shalt love 1776 and the words of the Christ that

'I, t thy neighbor as thyself," enforced Sit -> joined in eternal companionship.In come-1 to us from Bethlahem, the republic TORTURING POST! OFFICE BUrG STORE, OCALA, ILL :

was by his own example, this one 1492 a new world was discovered. of the United Males. with the .___=.:.:::3 -__ _.-- __ __

gift would have been sufficient to outweigh It was but a little while before the uplifted cro s and sword, is plantingher '

I skeletons of the aborigines bleached DISFIGURING !HUBBARD! &
all the wealth of all the world, flag on islands. in distant peas and MACDUFF
the land from shore to shore. I
if he had left record but
t no the Ser is governing alien races without their -

I r mon on the Mount, it alone would The great herds of buffalo that consent and in face or th iroppositjon.With 3

I ". have made his natal day worthy roamed mor-t'ly the and plain inhumanly were not annihilated.more te- bibles issued i by the.million, Skin, Scalp and Blood HARDWARE ;

perpetual celebration but all
i e with 1
i missionaries', like the electric
! added to the matchless majesty of a The discovery was made about the Humours DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICr LIt: hL.iJi; p
I time when the theory of the globular wires belting the globe, the Cbri..tian uj
: perfect life and the inspiring influ

> ence of an all pervading love, are form of the earth wes being most i j I I nations today are as rife for conquest BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MEXTS, DEERE PLOWS. ;'
! and spoliation as were the
fiercely com t>atted. and
( i. turning the eyes of an ever increasing Speedily Cured by Gotta
I Romans Huns and Tartars WIRE
When this hemisphere wadj; o\"r. at the NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CUL
l number to the path that he trod from
, I
.. [ time of the birth of Cbri
: ed it was called "the t.I .
other side of the I
the the Soap Ointment and Pills
to .
< manger cro??
, earth." I At this fiery moment the great oar OILS, VARNISHES, ATTIVATORS, ALL KIS.u
"Love .
was dominating force ot
The "fithers ship of Gt'rmanyand Great
of the Bntian
aidthere t
his life, and love is today the over- LAXTIC WHITE LEAD OF
mastering impulse a hose ebb and flow could: be "no other side" became fl' are menacing the handful of people When the Best Physicians and TOOLS,

mark the retreat and advance of civi none was mentioned in the Venezuela. and if that republic wa- All! Else Fail. ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'iOVES
; lization. scriptures. located in any part of Europe, Asia

"And love too sanctifies the Christmas ; Thelucklesainhabitantsof the western or Africa it would already have been GLASS AND PUTTY, HE.A TEES, GRANITE

I gift. With it the merest trifle hemisphere were denied Ad*mic I the prey of conquest: and its cities The agonizing; itching and burningof

I swells into an object of importance; descent and were recognized havingno i ilooted.j the skin, as in eczema; the frightful; IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINAVARE, CUTLERY fi
I scaling,as ia psoriasis; the loss of hair
without it the most part in the scheme of salvation.I j I
expensive preheat I And while all
Christian nations still and crusting; of the scalp! as in :call t'd TINGS
dwindles Into The laud was seized with the EVERYTHING IROXD: STEEL
insignificance. Love uplift I i look head the facial
disfigurements in
4 on approvingly! at the "rufilcI ; ; as;
is the alchemy which invests with ed crucifix and the guileless inh bij j i ii j I front of pimples and ringworm; the awful suffering 1
/ war, inequalities of oppor- of infants and anxiety of worn- N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS ROPES. PULLEYS
priceless value all that it touches tants were despoiled of their r>o-o :i j i, tunity and riches thatsrring from the out parents,as in milk crust, tetter sadsalt ,

: the magic wand that the ion Apostolic authority. rheum,-all demand remedy of .
converts I
I monopoly of the bounties of nature, almost superhuman virtues to successfully MATERIALS: ETC.. ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE

humblest cottage into a palace and i The tH-enes of pillage, rapine and j j I is becoming more and more a part of COpe with them That Cuticura

gives to (*rth'= pilgrimage a gim! .e murder chills out' blood with horror. the Soap, Ointment and Tills are such
policy of these nations: and the Stands proven bond all douM. No

of p radis"." An extract from Draper's. "Int .I1e-c. !I pulpits) ease their consciences by statement is made re :U"diDg them that LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

foal 1 Development of vol. is not justified by the strongest e'l2nee. \U .
Europe, !: 'j
preaching against the little am--<>- : The purity and sweetness, the
11, page 166, briefly tells the story: ) ments and frivolities power .j afford immediate relief, thcertainty Hubbard i Macduff Ocala Fla.
society; - "Tuir persons were next seized J I I.I of speedy and permanentcure ,
11 OL iug and card parties. the absolute safety and
rt n I great
under the text that the 'h llthen aregiven ec have nude them the -.----- ..--= .., .
standardska : =
Examined by the record aoniy A ;::::;'-:; :::=;:--t= =.:::=::=;:=: :'':-':& y.;::;;;:y.y.;: L;;;}:;;;: ==o.:;?:;;;:"
is Us as an iniientaure what tLiu'
a. the uttcrmo : : (cures blood! purifiers and humour

Now and again there is an item in the >parts of the earth for a poss' !*. ye of the harvest that baabeeu", reape i remedies of the civilized world.

pupv'newspapers baby: so eons small rnino that the a birth quart 01 cup a iou.' It was an uupj'rafcallc outrage, by the followers of Christ? water Bathe and the Catieura affected Soap pans toclean-e with hot the I WE EAT JVIEAT'i'i'i'To

holds: corr-itnabh. If the article told -- --- surface; of crusty and scale, and !often I s i j

all the fact:; i: wosld probably tell also; EMORY: SPEER AS AN ORATOR. the thickened cuticle. Dry, without ,,- grow strong. rules we get
in song and story to the remotest hard rubbing,and apply Outicnra Ointment
of a mother Oho in weakness and cu ery good meat we may a* uth; let
hal looked forward to the baby's advent timta' Xo, the gl..rilUfield of freely, to ailay itching, irritation ;I : v
Fits sLrinLin; and fotf. awl inflammation,and soothe and heal, : ; it stone. There is no strength

To have fine, healthy children the This distinguished Utorgiau fairly : llI.u.im. the tu ijiruiut-d summit: and,la-th.take the Cuticura RceolvenS: s 7 -., __ Y t_.. in tough meat instead m
: of
notlitr must be healthy and it is the ; of eau Juan the I1)!!?, to cool and cleanse the blood. giv1J
ft liLlfalo, X. Y., wild with his ad- windthat woo Q4
common testimony I This complete treatment costing; but ing;, it takes strength to digest:! !.

# of mothers that the dress there lat wtek tefore the independence :Mauili bay, the wathat moan one dollar, sflordi instant relief, permits f:. _'. .i i. ,' it. It pays to be careful
4; use of Dr. Pierre's through the shot-riven rest; and sleep in the severest in I
t' Favorite Prescnp- dub. huks of Spain: I form of eczema and other iiching, s .),7 +'', buying meat-be sure io get j

tion not only promotes have told the story to the ages, that burnins and scaly humours of the skin 't: the test
l' c\. the mother's In describing the event the Euffitlo now and forever in its need scalp and blood,and points to a speedy, ;: -tender and out n-e. f".t

health but also gives everyAmerican permanent and economical cure when r : Pay a little more if need U and
t r \ her strength to give Review says: heart is steeled and every all other remedies and the bet physi-! + r1 I
r, her child.rx clans bil. f r S a 4 something in ycur -:Uiaeb
'As: Ee took his seat the room resounded American arm u nerved to.upholdiin t t 'i '
.: .. "Favorite Prescription i a which will! put fiehoiir:
accoin- with cheers. The throng of safety and in honor the flag of the What Wilt Become cf It. ; I 19
r:. pitches these results )[r. Sidney J. Wailes will ask fora 4 r1;1a bones and strong bl!>>yi ,IL yur
. t i men who had listened burst intosjwctaneoas freeman's home and hope." I.
t by tranqtaHzing the S1.5u, ,&JUO slice of the Indian war
t nerves, prom tag a apphue and, ruin, -- ----- --- claims fund. I

<<.:i u healthy appeute, the'e the southern orator A Good Resominen4aUcn. ED-N ARDS"BROS. I
.Y an
'e ami giving refresh-: The heirs of W. l{. Beard will ask

; I in? sleep. It increases physical rigor ovation thejike of which is eeldomwitnested "I have noticed that the sale oa for a *7ofluu slice. j MalN 2 and -1 City Market, drain, Fla.

and that gives tile great muscular elasticity so in the icities of the north. Chamberlaine's stomach & Uver Tablets The city of Peu 1f'Ola will ask for I
baDy" advent i practiallypainless .
|7Uuuu and JHi'i;! ,,'- _!; ;:;;,:_<,:r.: .. ___ ._.._.
j I: "is the best of trades for For five minutes the cheering continued is almost invariably to those who interest. =!: "'oJ:>O"iI-1J1O''e.:: :!''!!!'' ''' ''' ...
nursing mothers. Hundred of warrants for aetml
and after that the speaker reeeived j have once used them "
III ,hdlf nscoaineiul Dr. Peter's Favonte says Mr. J. H. service performed in the
I i war on ,
Prtscnotton," write airs J, W G. !>tejiha. oft -
the congratulations of his Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade whit-h the Stalt '
Njrtlwaiberlaiiil County, Vi 'Beibre : claim against the JA8.M.ORAHAV. President.
my ttud'ittte boyai boa I toot six bottlci GEO.W.HV1:. Vice Pres .
He b the finrS child and has bcrn from tinh hearers as they crowded around to ,,leva. What better reeommen- United Mates government was based

I before and: J suaerec: I ocbcaiucngtr i refs msich. less au\i.ic than 1 espccuucootiiers ew mi grasp his hand." ; elation could any medicine have will be presented for adjudication.This .

to n>e the Favonrc Pr=D Oll.' I paper has already printed The First r ational
It a Bank
closingudge: peer said: than for people to call for it when
The dealer who offer; a substitute for I duplicate of those unpaid warrants.
ir! 'Favonte Prescription" docs so to gain "Think you: my countrymen, that again in need of each a remedy There will be claims
enough filed
the hole more profit paid on the sole the to OF GAINESVILLE.
scienti-ta of
Try them when feel eat the
dull entire
I of less ineritonons nHciies. you lifter eating up amount and the cry

c Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical lands are estimating the fightiostrenshth when you have a bad taste in will go up for more. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

Adviser, containing 1008 pages, b sect of the American people, your mouth, feel bilious, have no The state will be: relieved of any
,/rcr on receipt of to ap
stamps fapital
pay expense petite or when troubled embarrassment what todo with it? 850.1 1 00
oamal ng only. Send 31 one-cent that while they count the hero boys 1 by constipation Surplus and Undivided Pro its.
sumps for the cloth.t.omJ"oIum or and you are certain to be d lieb- _'JL, t I 00 '.
only 21 for the book in in blue, they okck the &<;IDS of For Sa'e. :Does exclusively, a banking; bQainexf, with facilities
stamps paper I fed with the prompt relief whieh equal: to any bank in the '
covers Address. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo that 'far thug; battle line' of gray, j afford.-For sale they One one-hor Studebaker wagon state. Sellers the accounts of Farmer-, Merchant;, Corporations,

f N. Y. whose daring and constancy will live Drug store.:: by Anti-Jionopol m Apply wt-dt J. H. r.u, Rah, Flo. 1219. Etc. Interest allowed transacted by special promptly.amn t'ment.11 business

101. H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier.

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;'{Y'- : present inhabitants have had, the I I
r.-------. right to acquire and own property; Good Healthand :

to improve it in such a manner as he f

1f I eees fit, aided by the experience of
i those about him, fully protected by par blood are iaseparabl If l
:.......tHNtiN.. 44t4N....................NNN. the law in *o doing. Let Florida be a your blood is bad,your health must suf
fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose
state where the laborer receives more
vitality just as a poor fire under the
than the average reward for his labors, boiler allows the steam to run down. [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]

where good health is the rule, where From poor blood to impure blood buta

life and property are protected, and step, and impure blood is mother to a : : CAPITAL, S5O.OOO :
large percentage of human ills. Dr. I IHartrr'S
where educational facilities are abundantly Iron Tonic is an antidote for i -

available, and the will not both poor and impure blood for it is "
only attract good citizens, but she will both a builder and purifier a food Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited. E

breed them. and a medicine It is the best. combi- Prompt Attention to all Bu-anes.- Entrusted to our Care. t
> +s' nation of the kind known medical
:f Exchange Bought and Sold.
n,4W The of getting something:
possibility science, and its success for nearly half
for nothing-the goods and a chromo a century has led to its endorsement by I

-is not good business -nie.. The thousands of medical men who have INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS 1.
been unable to find a substitute. 1.H
fruits of his labor i H what every man

should have and in this respect Florida ,

... by making the proper internal U

;. improvements should be in a positionto Dr. Haiter'sIron <
; offer superior inducements And J. F. EDWARDS'BIG I

:1' I when, after long years of waiting, the

fruit of the plum tree falls into her Tonic
lap, those who have made her what Jt

she is should have:. the plum, it shouldnot

be given to strangers. will Insure you tfftlsst the!lUlrfVUS resulting Gainesville and Ocala Fla. ;

I very much admire that good old from impure blood. Scrofula,pimples, blo he.. rI2 '_ I
kidney disorders, rasumitism. gout, dyspepsia I -.I 1
man, who died and left to his sun a femaie weakness, anemia, chlorosis. etc., are a = tip,,'. en ..
few of them: but the greatest evil, the creates o i
I .
good name, a first class education, and dancer, is the central weakening of the whole o -;\1 ; 1
: tho whole world in which to make a system which affords an opening tor every I I : "'I?E,1 .:;,:.;:.. f
patsug 11t11Se. P""I I >;. If'' 1. -:7'. ." .E. ."
t 4 I living. There would be more true .. G The following h only one vf the the nenda of ... J :;
men and women in the world if testimonials we have received _-__ I :; i'_ 0... 'M
ti u* CC t}. ,JJV ;;: 0
parents would universally bequeathto Detroit, Mich., Jan. 10. 1901. ;:;' I '4. > .. !P t/sm t
"I commrDced using Dr. Hatter's Tonto
i Iron '.-rp .
"'; .. ..
." their children this same heritage. when prostrate from a severe attack of rheuma <; LO
. University of the South at The essentialin the tism. After using; three bottle tit traces cf ;: S.e u.a ""--if. ; = r
following are this disease were completely eradicated from my :. "X', ; 4 ys :: I
I: Tenn. When the making; of ideal men and women in system, and my general health was restored -- O( .....: ..t ';s.a' f) ht __ :-!. -
: As! a blood purifier Dr. Hatter's! Iron Tonio I 't" ...s t ....,.._ "
the> order of their importance: has co equal, and I most sincerely recommend c 0 <
war broke out he entered U to all persons suffering from Indigestion.:; I' 'L = :1
1. A :
perfect phjsical development.A ::
fatigue, rheumatism, and the many weakened: I
Confederate service with 2. clear conception of one's moral conditions of the system produced by impoverished : .'" ._....
blood." 'j
JUrcariteF YeaieU.No. I ''I-t'/;
rank of major in the quar- duty towards hU fellowmen. .640, Secood Are, ... .-. .....I..,\ # rV -> ':-J

3. A good education. (5,000 fwtruU that isTe tutmoutl: it f enou e.) i \\. 'cx w :J

department and was Yours truly, R Every bottle of Dr. liar- -- I J1.U01'SXIII ('SEn' iirsni; BEER i i

('quently chief quartermas- GRANT COWAV ter'3 Iron Tonic has our ..
-- -- ---
in the Washington, I). C. Dec. 2-1. t .? the label Don't accept a "
hospital department substitute-insist on Dr. Ilarter's. FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES. 1

Tennessee.! After the war Made only ty My$2oo Rye or Bourbon at...". ?.........?..$1,75 My J.I oo Gin at... .................,-,.._-fj. i
Remarkable Cure of Croup.A THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY My Sso ?.__...... .. ...... 2oo My 2.oo North Carolina Corn at..w I.
: became treasurer of the DAYTON, OHIO My 3,00 ................. 'J.56 Sty: 2,50" M't'nDewCornat..2.. '1
.. Little Boy's Life Saved. Mikenaliaef Dr Hiftet't Wild Cheery Bltle... My 4.00 .................... ...... 3.00Y: joo :. " _
tad other well known Dr. Huts McdoW!.. My > co Gin at ...................... _....._... '.. 175 :My 4.00 ,. ,. .. .. J.
>: of the South and I have a few words to say regarding JCS S1IZ ETEB.YWEXE1 My :,50" ............................................. 200, My 4.oo New England Rum et......._... S ;!
__ __ __ 1
' of buildings and 'hamberlaiue's Cough Remedy.It Hogs, Poetry and Business, The Jus and Keg Trade Jladc a Special Feature. ]
saved little life and I
: s, remaining at Sewannee It H not often that so humble a In sending your orders always.*.nd enough to co .
feel that I cannot praise it enough. Iscgallonjug; .2scs-gallonjng,35c; ; Vtgs.Jl.; j'
1890 when he made his I sell more whiskey and better than house in Florida.because I give goodho J i leat
and whiskey any
}? I bought a bottle of it from A. E. creature h!* a hog- a jueksucker
goods and full measure, l
in Fernand-ina. During Steereof ioodwiu, rf. D., and whenI at that-inxpireH! this jtoet's muse. A trial order wiltconvlnceyou'that"wearethep9ople" Termscath wlththeorder. I

got home with it the poor baby related yours.annoustopltne. J. C. ED A.RDS. t
long public career he has But here is an instance by
could hardly breathe. I the
gave American Farm and Orchard, Mexico,
of and
offices trust
; many medicine directed every ten minutes

.-Fernandina Port HeI until he "threw up" and then I Mo., in which the hog, poetry and O -0

: thought sure he was going to choke to buisers are combined :

/> I -- death We had to pull the phlegm A farmer, whose hog had been FDRHOLIDAY -5VSO

out of his mouth in great long
killt"cllJva train and who ilUlglut'dhilllilelf
r GRANT COWAN. strings. I am i ositive thai if I had
FROM honiething of a poet, wrote
': not got that bottle of cough medicine, GOODS.
would not be earth tod there lines to the company's claim
my boy on : iy
':: Makes Valuable Suggestions Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowat'orsale utreut for aMy settlement :

r About the Distribution of the by Anti-Monopoly Drug tore. m razorback strolled dow n your track ii!

; A week ago today;
--- --
Indian War Claims Fund
Your came down the line
The Belle of Gaiterville Married.On CALL AND SEE
And snuffed his light
Editor of the Ocala DaD onIU ; away. d
You Mn't blame the hog see, l
me; you
: the interest
flat{ to note last Sunday evening! December cattle I
flipped through a gate
,, amount;: the readers your 21, at -I;30 o'llwk, the most uuexitxt- so kindly pen a check for ten

: iu reference to development! ed and bt-uutiful wedding d'uiierrille! The debt to liquidate.

i Florida; it shows that: they are has had for many years was witnessed He wa*; surprised a few days later M. FISHEL'S 1 1'H

rll !;hl tilled with that feeling of by a few friends of the comra-'tiUjj
to receive ihe following;
: ( love ami charity which all parties when Mr. Arthur W. Hra..9l1.ud1i4s
Old 2'J came down the line,
to iimuifeit at this partic- :\ Brass united
j' supposed Zll1ry1. were in And killed your hog we know;

season of the year; that Laving marriage. All Gaiterville was surprised Cut razorbacks on railroad tracks ''',

a good tiling they are tit'i when they heard of the event, Quite often meet with woe. I II

i of pa-Miii along, wishing that an were atao the purt'ut.or the bride, Therefore my fnead, we cannot send NEW STOCK
Tae check for which you pine.
i share in the good! thing who in O ala and Knew
er!! may were :: nothingof Ju'.t plant the dead,place o'er his head
Flridotft.'rl to willing work the until their return. '
: marriage Here lies a foolish swine
I i
iii on every html. However, I d<. The parties drove to the residenceof t
: think it jut plan' to offer to Mr. John Brass brother of the The Example of the Ocala Banner. I

the whole Mate of Florida groom, when Magistrate C. M. Whit The Monday daily newspaper) oughtto

which to make a living, \\iilian ten impressively! pronounced the be abolished by law. It has tote .1
Reduced Prices.
incentive of a chromo if words which made them man and written and set up nearly entirely Greatly

will Hcoept the otlrr: thit smacks wife. :Sunday; and, very little happening

much of the terry you newspaper Both parties are natives of Gaiter on the Lord'day, it is the hardest J Jo

druggist.the: kve gi\ing your paper ville and will make this their future i-sueof the week to get out and always -

I new subscribers cheaper than to the poorest. Preaihers and
home. I
old ours whose continued patron- Everything iu Gaiterville is running other pious:: people inveigh against! the M. FISHEL
enabled to make when it i U Monday'sthat
you jour 1 paper along smoothly and all are en Sunday paper I
that thin practice ob should have suppiryacd.Richmond .
( am aware they j
joyiugtheholidays to the fullest", ex- .
amount your fraternity, IUIII] tent. Va., which is four times t

s oohMderablJ s-ucres-s, but it is the kiln of L xingtou, does not havf a 'f l'
f Mrs. M. A Brass, Mi-j Lula Deas and the editor o -- o t
right.) Mondiy morning piper: t
and Willie! Drai wt-ut to Heruandu .
TotliOM- who have made Florida and the printer ,HeL \'eu one day .
: it is should belong all the ad Wednesday, Mrs. Liars and Miss ofrl't! and recreation.--It ought fo LeI ---- t
Dray have dental work dune and .
'! privileges and material ) every w here.Lexington tfiy.g( : )
Master William to buy his! girl a
things created thereby; fillets Demot rat. <
not be parceled out to carpet Christmas present.Mr. PLANT] POTATOES I
should W. II. It' :;shxs returned from Iu I late jvar-i men have made fortunes
public ,
;er*, moneys
where he has out nt the tailingsrf gold mines.
Tampa been for two
Wnr Claims Fund he
(" as thc ; : .
The mill* in which the or formally
weeks having his treated.
out for the li 'uelii of strangers. past eyes I
that was cruMml and t crude process
the vielorslelotig the spoils." He think they are very much
and will then in use allowed large percentageof
improved soon be well.
who have won from the wilder- I
the preeiou- nif tal to es--ape, and _'
The entertainment and
ill Florida her fair cities, cultiva
that: loss amounted in some cases to a J
at the school house Friday night
field, and her U-autiful groves like SEED AND FERTILIZER l.t'I'
fortune. The stomach is:: just ,
; orcharis; those who hive utili- Wlil complete succcsaand all presentrpeuta
stamp mill in this respect: that it is:: t
moit eijoyable time. '
her wnelv lauds] by blocking them Hallows the J.OW11S11 I 15JCZ1SS4
cattle Mr. Ji. B. Keufro and family, 'of not ii pefect order escape
herd::* of hhrepand horses
have! oiheruise developed her Maple, paced through Gaiterville amlwn-iteof much of the precious .1
in the food.
Friday en route to Silver Springs to
f : there are they fur the bene the J
: visit Mr. Benfro's: brother, who livesat That lost when coutinous means gb 'nil for our booiJel "IKIMI! TOTATOKS,
'" of whom all public moneys should that plate. loa of man's greatest fortune-health.: on ,.oil. Seed. II:MI (o ] !:iiil. ('ulthatc.' anti t hii>, t
F.. farms te estab time a..l..inddrt.-".. -
t spent. -t poor Dr. Terrell delivered a very Interesting :Science:; offers a remedy fur this condition M'lil frvv Tor f

in e\eiy county, Mocked with in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical :
talk to the little ones of Ceder
; ,. stock and uruippecl with up Grove Sunday: fcbool: Sunday morn Discovery. It corrects the "weaknes WILSON & TOOMC1 FERTILIZER COMPANY !

date iulpleueutsaud the fright ing. ?" of ttie atonaach, prevents waste! !

i of the workers will avail them and loss of nourishment, and puts I'crlllizers Special Crop 1'orumhm i
i i Wonder who those two young men 31 an u fact u rer ol Ideal nut iS
of the opportunities for im stomach and organs digestion
i who went driving Sunday; afternoon' the
\ (' offered 81d the condition condition of
We leant that they were too late? aud nutrition into a J.'JSU'H.I.ll'I.CUUn.: .\.
I all willSbe bettered thereby. Build I healthhich! enables them tlJ save f
Come acaiu:: gentlemen, they are not .
"; build C'hOIlIpoCJ9.lIy Com all married! : yet. UXCLE JOE. and u......imilate all the nutriment contained ;

r- and industrial ones, (tit fur i in the food which is eaten. In !
IIST.ifJLSSHKl) U l.I.ns..
ttilg the colored brother) ; improve That is a very accommodating all Cases of constipation: the us -, E

f r : sanitary: condition in l'\'pr.l'm- thermometer government has at of Dr. I'ierce's l'lea.il.nt. Pellets will liANNE R. !
way;; spend it s<, as to secure spwdily and permanently cure the
Gainesville.! It only registered 25 .
i i : benefits to nil and.pPeisl, privi d'egrees .Saturd-iy morning. At Ocala di ease. III f

to uone.':Let the fact l>e known, MAIL ORDER HOUSE
fifty miles further south and a higher CASH
!being self\:'\ lIl'Ut, that the people Stoc holders Meeting.
: attitude, the government thermometer !
Florida Lave an abundance of the The an n nil meeting t.f the
registered: 21 degree" Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
and pleasant things life; that stockl'.oldtrs:: of the Ocala Foundry
& Machine Works will be heldat
people living within her borders Mr. Chas. J. Glidden has the reputation i in t
1 of the
: theoflice company, Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp
> educated, refint'd), progressive I of being the first person to have the city of Ocala. Florida, on \Vtd Brewing Cots St. Louis Beer. ._ 1t

to extend the glad hand of sent a message around the world. It ne-day, the Htb of January, 1903 a .

'} to home seekers and she was sent to himself from Boston via 11 o'clock a. m. I IlIIUl'l
not lack for population. All the Vancouver and Australia. It was returned President. 1846-1858 Adams St. Jacksonyille, Fla. 1

('r is entitled to is the same to him in 3S hours and cost Geo. W. MAITts, : LIST rpox APPLICATION. i
:mce to make a living which the him 1:2. aeeretary. .1
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holidays wiin Mrs. lore's father, I r :} : -,.... r'::.. .-.:..:...:: ., ,' ... -
BURNED TO 0 I CRISP. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble rfr. ---- --- --

i .Mr.Chalker.W. H. Luflman's family spent and Don't Know it. l Ii Te Old Stan t
Horrible Death at Candler of Mrs. Christmas with relatives at Fellow- Bow To Find Oat. ;

: James Blair. Fill a bottle or common glass with ; .
S chip.( water and let it stand twenty-four hours your I i-r ... :. .[::1"....
f Gaudier, Dec. 23.-A: shotkingci- Quite a good many of the boys sediment ; a Grove J-. I..' ('"' ....t., ,. trr.J : -ss Chill Tonic
or settling : ....."
t dent occurred about 9 o'clock Saturn lijok a Christina-hunt. They report F indicates an :!; .: ,; L .:

day morning about a mile south ort finding plenty of came; but never unhealthy condition : -
town. lira. Blair, the aged widow oft brought any horn.-. What became ofi W ,I ,-g"Y: cf the kidneys has stood tic 'U-':: 25: yars.: Average annual sales
: if it stains

I t' She James wan Blair OCCUII, wan'iDIt burned 3 house to owned a en-p.by l Mr.boys?Albert JOUUMMI, of Al, Fla., i'tf-]' 1 ;rj"l1' L ,,r your evidence linen of it kidney is j I over One and! s B;":., f MUSott!: bottles. Does this record

herson in law J. X. Marshall. Her' down to attend, his 11. \ \ rr. I _fir, trouble tco I
". came Sunday \ .I't'' .. ; | of merit apps yo$ ? No Cure No Pay. 50a
: grandson had been staying with b.r I mother's funeral aud returned the .- ,_ ::vr: frequent aes: e to; ,
since her hu,b .nd died last bummer, following Wednesday.Mr. .._...--.- the pass back it cr pain also in Enclosed with every. '..; x. If TH c-a t",d; ,2 of GfcOVTS BLACK lOOT UVtR. MLLS.

.f. but left the house earlier in the day. Lawrence Hlil ell, of Brooks- I'I convincing: preof that the kidneys and; is blsdderareoutcf .' ......, ; .. .. ,

i. II, however, appears that a colored ville, spent the holidays with friends crdsr. -. --
What to Do.
f woman called by and noticed )1 rs.t and relatives in this section There ") -
is comfort in '
knowledge so "r ,
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., ;"' Blair about to use coal to start a fire, Mins Daisy Milligan, the accomplished ofen! expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- ;.;;.:. :( .-? .. '\:, "'"

and cautioned her, but the remarked assistant'! school teacher at Root, the great kidney remedy fulfils! every ::J-_ Ir I .. :IC=

: that he had used! coal oil before." DunJJ lIon, spent her vacation with wish !'a curing rheumatism pain in the cJj "P"i: :
I back kldreys, liver bladder and : .
,'; After leaving the house a short time I her father at this place. cf the urinary passage It corrects every inability part; ,....c-- -- ..

the colored woman, who lives "- ...
t near, noticed smoke corning from the Christmas tree at the school house.A it, or bad; effects following use of liquor, .

t house and on going over found that long program was rendered by the wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant r
necessity of .
being compelled to often :
the house was on tire. She at once children. There were many presents during the day and to go '
get up many times I
f- called for help and J, N. Marshall and on the tree. during the night. The mld! and the extraordinary J!: I i

: t A. McClain rushed to the house aud effect of Swamp-Root is soon '. '" ,( "-

f.. broke in the door, but a sheet of iUme Simple Colds. realized.: It stands the highest for its wonderful -
I Ceae to be simple, if at all! prolonged. cures of the most C1s:ressng: cases. pm
: shot out and the lire was beyond control If you need a medicine you should have the
k Toe safest: way is to put them best. Sold :
'' and though every effort was by: druggists in SOc. an:!$1. sizes.
: k G made to get at MM Blair, it was sometime aside at the beginning. lUUard's You may have a sample bottle of this!

!I before her body could be reached.Vhat Horehound syrup stopsia cold and removes wonderful: discovery f\ ,,
the ;cause: of colds, 25c, 50c, and a book that tells .... .. '::::::. :
; \ remained of the OUR
r l body was OVEX
more about it, both sent fl'h :; :dl'N: .
found near when the bed hat! stood. and ;1.ooa bottle at AntimonopolyDrug absolutely free by mail '''1 ;.1 ,. full quarts,

fX This wan: taken out of the tire, placed Store, ni address Dr. Kilmer & nom or IWAllJpOII . . . .1-50 !

:tl in a wagon and taken to her ton-in- tion Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Wk n writing men :BEST Rye, full quarts, !
Christmas'Tree at Martel. reading this generous offer in this fip8l.
f law's houe.lr8.. Blair was very rolls out. It is clt-li . . . J.50 t r
feeble and and The :Martel Sunday school Chnstmaa : wholesome A few ,,
l t' aged, (it H supposed made 95
I that after the coal oil Parted the tree at the school hou e Christmas DR. ALEXANDER'SCHILL meal in itself and spring ,i

f evening, was complete success. ai meat. . . . 1.50 .
: a
fire the tlhe9.9 in :
house on room Orders
fur Bread ;
1'1' burned she unable to Visitors from Cotton Plant, Early: s. 1.50
so quickly was TONIC satisfactorily tilled by
esctpe. Bird, Fellowship, Berlin and Willis Club. . . 1.25 -j

x Mrs. Blaitfeavt-s a )lerge family of ton graces the occasion with their A positive,permanent.snJ safecure for Malaria. REF US' . . eo 1.Q"..i)
sons and daughter to mourn ner presence. At 7 p. m. the choir King Chilli and feror. Contains:: no poison. Thebes{ .ir j
. . . . 1.00
in melodius strains 'Ring the Christmas Tonic, Anti.Periodic Appetizer, and Strcn h-
loss. She was one ofth'e oldest SilttIel' Than by M > < il.rr S I
. $:f.a) i
fem.-les andchilJren
Bell," after which prayer was cnn forpaJe,sickly known _.. -
in ibid of Florida. --
: part uttered: << by Ilev. B. T. Rape, who then children Brings the fat glow and hearty to faded cbeelcs ; makes weak . . . 2.50 4

r Seven Years in Bed. introduced H. W. Long who L'ril'fIyexplained Tablet form; tasteless; easy; to taie. Rye. . . 3.50 y

I "Will wonders ever cease?" Inquire the origin of Christmas and Price 50 cts. Trial Size 25 cts. NOT IN . . . 1.00 -,,:
: the frpinds of Mrs. L. Poise of Iiw- .
,. whose birth it commemorates. At Dr,Alexander's: Liver Regulator cure, Rilious Many npwllpapt'ts bln-e!! ;'G Rye. . . 5.50 '
fence Kan. They knew *>ue had been the close of his address General Santa DCbi,Torpid Liver,Constipation,Sick Headache hreporta bj irrc-siion"iiili; (
Corn gal l.5
unable to leave her bed in seven years Clause with ibwing white hair" and Price 25 Cents. For hale byWm. ,

, : account of liver and kidney trouble, beard, fit symbols of his, suppose d THE[ NEW HOME Corn . 2-50 4

, r nl'rvouprotration and general debility great ege, put in his appearance, and Anderson, Drusraist, Ocala, Fla. :'lad entered' trust or <' : Corn. . . 3.50
*assure the public Unit tiu'
t but "three bottles ofjEleetrie Bitters was formally introduced to the young 1 itch n'port.s.rf' ba\ "- Corn, bottle. 1.00 t #. .

:f F enabled me to walk," she writes, .' people, who after responding> to greetings be BaCker & o )cvring',and ni.u.lnnibfuri h.....cstaUwliad' Tit a n Rye, full quarts
; "and in three months I felt U '
like a new extended to him l hy his polite t rlwe' .
our ludol.an; 4[ . . eo . J.Gu t '
peryoul' Women buffering from headache bows and gracious smiles, addressed rtliers. (Hir "f"f' /!''''' t

backache,nervousness, sleeplessness the children in delightful rhyme liver tuin at IxrurUulid the hud of as all a Illy. _Ii )

t' melancholy, fainting and diary which was very much enjoyed. Aftcwhich '; : liaclunt,un
ti' spells: will find it a priceless ties-sing. the numerous presents on the f! '"l' :Lt. the ".tar lIu". ,." I.
HKiH .
\ Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed by tree were soon distributed> to the children 1. tfr.tJv. t '..'< I i't KIIADE << i d.

.|.!, Anti-Monopol yDrus More.Only cOu.o all receiving bomethiug. iti"'y'OVf'1i.. <:,' U' ,',...i rr -' i. It is not nerrnnary on tau for mar us to
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.\ O save our ert-dit
pay uuy
: c: Gaiterville. -.-- -- --- li! 1[ l 'X. it. J 10 Those Bouquets are Still Coming our ;lr F ''rJ1 l'........ttr. Ompetition with niunuf.u' '
Christmas has passed<< and gone and I i i ii I : 1.& .r.J ;-r.. hi4tpmafhit.it. that ur ,,
the farmers are very busy preparing Way. -:;...';1)0 A- !i >ts of any inirlnsili-- mean ,
I to plant their large crops: of oats, Referring to the gubernatorial boom .. ........ : .......,....:\>'': 1'i 1':". f tin'd nd uur,when muni you.y u.uilut.away (.,\t List %RssstnBi

I which has for a .Ions; time been the of editor Harris of O'>:1la, the Likeland _.: ;:, '.Wir Home" ttvalrr, 1V.7C3&V'
, rule in Gauerville. << News says: "While we have otter machine for I"ti than> I ?ILWAIREE( /
Isewlnre. .
: Mr. Mitchell the! of knowing Mr. Harris MANUFACTURERS OF If tut-ru U nu You 4 _
{ tokt'of Liberty not pleasure rate direct to inHENEWHOMESEVYI t.
f I.: f Fla., arrived in Gaiterville Christmas personally, one has! hut to read the Hour!'!. tia"h Hlhul."lulildiuJ" ;; i *

I: day. lie will ei i ll'nll a few weeks Hauuer to know foinelhiug of therlmactT uud Itiiiltiin*; .Material.WiiuloviLad ORANGE, WhisHies: ,E

1 here vNitiug relatives. of the plan who makes thatptper. Faiu'y Cilass 'ew York, Chfcnpo. III.,St\ I '
U, Ga., lulki.Tex.. t
Our postmaster, Mr. W. H, Shack- Besides we have never known A SpecialtyPuichasr Han

erford has returned from his visit to a newspaper man to wake other thana our make which we Jacksorrille'd d

Oeila, which he enjoyed very mueu.1F good otlical iu whatever capacitylie Guarantee Superior to any ,

\,,. Dr. W. It O. Veal, of Cotlou Plant culled to serve. Alabauri, our Sold South and Thereby. r- .T.HE:

was called last week t<> attend .rJ r. 1C. native Ute, rarely, if eVer, has! had Save Money. 'CQE!!CK & CO. 11

< D. Stokes who has been iu very poor a more satisfactory chief executive Oifiice and \\art-rooms. Kin,,, ojH.-itc Cannon

health for the passed few mouths, but th in it has in the person of W. D. .Street. .
Charleston S. :3:
we hope him speedy recovery. Jelks, who way before he became

Miss his: chtrgrjof governor an almost; obscure newspaper F. D. POOSER, xi I S K I E SAT il

the lniianlstkvsei.oolspeut Chri-t- maUi-!'f. IVtf rsburir Time IOCALA) :

Iliac with her mother. Pocket Book. ,

Mr. IL V. Htyburu, who has |for WHOLESALE
Mr. J. C. Mathews of Flemington, 1 PRICES'z
the passed month, been in Miami, it well, knowu Marion Seeds
as couuty'd f>X- '
_. visiting hid relatives anti<< friends (hiring .. the Kind ,
sses orof revenue, had the miifortunel'ist -
the holiday. xthat Leads Ar
.- Mr. W. H. toss spent Chnstua in Tuesday to lose his pocketbook << coat weer all yte deaura1J1r.1 1 wore.a : H:=er Brews) V. Prss. J. C. KcrcnalJ, Sec.-Treas.
somewhere in the in i hborhood; Ced Ano.tlt
Lecanto and we are ure he ,,
enjoyed: of Fairh'eld. Among others it conUiued tnntpaid free .t!
himself, for he went with that intentiou. x. acpl'htm:
one five hundred dollar bill 0. M, Ferry 8 o..
and something over six hundred dollars DeUOttfich. }, .
The entertainment given by Mr. G. .t BRIGGS ;I
A. iu all, I'C ili-sa number of valuable r HARDWARE CO f
Tuesday night was a 8UCC /I:!. (taper!!. f.Mi ,
Every one present ( themselves
enjoyed:! We hope that 1Ir.Iatheri
: and would be glad to bltan- A r tY As before stated, 1
"shortly recover his lost propel ty. carload of one and -
other one &<>ou. VALDOSTA
Old GA.
Harvest rakes, sickle grinders
The serenade Christ of Mrs. Blitch. ,
: :j night was partf, aud .lial! have iu
I a good OUP. Cake and wine: were Mrs. B R. hitch, who has been I North Carolina days a car load of

served, of which everybody partook, sick for some time, died at her homeat shredders and every i

but we cau't say everybody enjoyed, Blitchtou last Friday night. M -s. CORN WHISKYIs to Remember make harvesting that a the 1 iIi i;!; r-1 ""'W

t fvr for there were parties present who Blitch was the witeof Mr. Ben Blitch, binder is the only right

we are sure did not, though it wash member the Marion county school the very best. because it ou the market, and

all in fun. Xo one should get ollendH hoard, and has many friends iu this i is genuinely) old. Guaranteed any other, you are sure

' : We are sure it was only in fun, community who will mourn her death. pointed. R D
<< four years old and devoid We defy and challenge WAR E !
for the boys of Gaiterville are not of She leaves besides her hu: band, six of fusel oil. meet us in the hnrvett

4' the class that upset buggies and children and a large number of other is the place to show

t xnules, they only tease a fellow a bit relatives. Awarded Gold Medal chines are. Call and

and if a party can't take a joke will give you points that
should never give, : one. they Cow Wanted.A 1898 as First Prize you, and save you and Turpentine Supplies
Bold will
very fine milch cow, pedigree unknown be
UATLE JOE. light red color with home It has that old mellow flavor tested before it in turned

Best Liniment on Earth white Spots, U'uu&rked, has brass tips that a judge of Pure Old North 3-ls-dlt.wlni F. D. POOSER, I:!_ !I

,! on horns. Not milking now; named Carolina Corn Whisky
Henry D. Baldwin appre-
l"upt. City Maud. Comes at calling; former ciates.

Water Works, tihullsburg: Wig., home Micanopy. A handsome and Oldest
reward -
writes; "I hive tried many kinds of will be paid for her where- 31.00 per quart; S.'i.oO:: for four

liniment, but have neverijreeeived.: abouta. Notify us at Duntiellon, Fla. full quarts-Full measure t. o. b. T. Supply House
much benefit until 1 used Ballard'sSnow Ocala.
: HORNE &; Co.,
Liniment for rheumatism and liSOtf!
: Dunne Ion Fla.
{ pains. I think it the best! liniment on STRAUSS & CO., Sole Agts. Georgia.Southern. 1
earth." tae SOo For surveying at office of J. E.
aud $l.im bottle at
for Ocala Fla. Machine and IraQ
the Anti-Monopoly DrufeS! ;;;;tore. m Bailey UaryAeiiew block or by ) ) <<= """ =---

mail, box '7';1\, OcaU. Fla. M-2t:

s Griner Farm. A Former Ocalian. NOTICE Agents for i.i
Iron, ]tram and 1
This community was shocked! be- Notice of Application for Tax Deed under
Rev. section
W. D.
Turull' '. of Fulton
yoiid expression Sunday morning } .r., 8 of Chapter 4bss.: Laws of Honda.NOTICE nag.: Machine and TURPENTINE AXES.
when it has been called to preach for the IS HEREBY '
wa learned that Mrs. JamesH. GIVEN THAT Sho.; : ':

I Johnson was dead. She was sick Arcadia Baptist church for the eu- No 3.571. dated Bullock the purchaser 7th day of of August Tax Certificate A. D road ) ?<.

; only a very few minutes with a eon- suing year, and it i is understood he has 1899,made has filed application said certificate for tax deed in to my issue office m and
1 Restive chill She was has cordance with law. Said certificate embrace ac, 610 to 617 E. Bay ;;t : I ;a
a highly *
respected the
accepted charge and will the MAIL ORDERS
following described property situated in PROMPTLY' FILLED. PRICES CHEERFULLY QUOTES ;
lady and loved by all who move here Marion ounty Honda, to-Wit
soon after the
holidays.Uev .
I knew her. bh was a devoted mother Commencing 16.2; chains west of a part 6 -o .
Turnley i is well)J chain south of northeast corner of - -
known in section -
bud a friend to Flor ii -- -- ---
every lady. She was township -- -
I 15 range 11 thence east jio feet, ---
buried in Ocala beside her: hu;,;baud ida. He wa for several years: editor north The 95 said feel west no teet south o5 feet
t land being a>>s-<,sed at the date of ,
who proceeded her just rive months oj the Baptist Witne-s, published at the Mrs.jsbu issuance C.of\\aiton.such certificate in the name of To Cure a Cold in One Cures Cripin ;
before to Day
c eternal l rest t. i trbe leavessix Ocala, prior to the purchase of the tnlesswid certificates shall be redeemed ac Two
children and host of cording to law tax deed will be issued thereto Days.
t a friends
to paper by Rev J. C. Porter. The Arcadia on the znd day of February A. D, 1903 Take Laxative Bromo
i mourn her death. Baptist church j is fortunate in st witness day of my official signature and seal. this the Quinine Tatiets. ,Q I'JI on every
January,A. D,
t Mr. and Mrs Joseph Fore pent the curing hissetvices-ArcadiaNews. 1-2(Seal Clerk Circuit Court 1903.ilanon.T.SISTRt\K.Count). Fla. Seven Million>oies sold in past 12 months. This Signature, {g.c lr box.2Sc.



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'I 1 HE OCALA BA,1\NEJ1, JANUARY 2. 1903.

man, DeFuniak Springs.Our izI- NOTICE.In If you want to give a friend or relative
i 41ILJUh
1The Leader advantages for stock raising. ; I I. something that will be really appreciated

BrtMHls of live stock. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
I well useful and consider the
as as lasting
f of the busi- Marion in ,
per cent of Florida in and lor county
.1 0. G. White, HI1:-tiugs.
Life Insurance Chancery following suggestions:
of The Irish
ss potato. Charles vs. Emma
New York has been C. Shooter complamir.t
of )
Col11pany Home miiing' of fertilizers. Long and Stonewall Long defendants _
;. hen the nest -
q1Jitd sinco 1859 Ltwia Zioi, Editor the: D-Uil Pepper I IT Iii OIlDEIU 1I TlU r IMMA LO>G A3D --_.- "
Jtureest company began business.Inurinz Stonewall Long dlendanti herein named
Evaville. be and they are hereby requited to appear to
: ,these forty-two years itsylewrd the bill of complaint la said cause on Monday
: Live stock and fariuiaz.
EXCEEDED that / an profitable lhl! ld day of February \D. 1903 A HANDSOME BUGGY.
has Field crop made valuable through It ordered that a copy of this order be published
17TIUacQa1c once a wex-k for eight!: consecutive weeksin
'tWr o4an the medium or live I4tnclc. the Ocala Banner lonethi!* the :rttkdayof

.$216,8I3,510 Important to Marion County Farmers. ALLS rD&DA1' Clerk Circuit Conrt.
cou'ptainaucsscaidtor 11 &?

.' .po1kr: 188,063,836 To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. 0"i: Our money *inr.ir.g books, I ATTRACTIVE HARNESS.

The agricultural department ofthr f: written by men ho know, tell NOTICE.

34,732,611 Florida you an!! about !I
ttIDcoa. Agricultural College is now t: i A GOOD HORSE BLANKET.A .

82,175,981 making arrangement::! to hold a farmer In the Circuli Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
gotze :,' Institute in every county in the Potash ot Monda in and for "Marion county. in I'
67,883,475 chancery BEAUTIFUL PLUSH ROBE.
1dVaIueI, state during the coming winter. I
needed [% Clara V.'. Burn',ide. complainant vs. Ncrbeit I I.hhley
by man
Mr. H. H. GaiUkill of Mclntoh They ar* every
44,822,897 I who owi.i a Held and a plow, an. t
ixhc1aii has been appointed local chairmanin rC.10 who dri.t": to tct thi uir.t out ..jj IT Ib:: ORDFRFI. THAT NOREEkT ASH A FINE WHIP.
try lIurn ide. the defendant herein named
38,127,777 your county. The timner t-hould j j of them. (JJW ; lie and be ts hereby required to appear to the i
,;4n11. 1'. Se...! ,,_.u'cm.d, lull th. Monday, the
get together and decide oa a meeting y arefY" {r% complaint m cause on ______ ,
V-h day January.. A I) lyiij
37,229,689twii ':i' .\ anU'i i.AU W6>!U;;
Eh1bWflkSI1tA4 lA-Jd-, place and the nubjecU (not more than tJ", ," ..... .1..1. :' .JW Ynri" I// It is further ordered that a copy of this order
lie published once a week: for four consecutive
: too I ---- day Novemrer.. A, D 1902 There are so of these and such
-- a
LIFE INSURANCE cussed. The lo.-al chairman! will be S. T. SISTRCKK many ,

,TilE MUTUAL authorized to pay for 1\'erti5ing IllJd HEREFORD CATTLE. R.Complainant's A. Hi IPOS n So'i.-itr.r! Clerk. circuit Court II 19 god assortment:: that we cannot fail to

_.- COMPANY OF NEW YORK other local ex.tis.The suit you if jou will come to see us; you

.'" IcuD A. McCuKDV. President.J farmers' meeting is to be a 'IhH\' will U in 0,11on l January NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.1)Y will be surprised to know how little"the

H. LIYIXCSTON TR. Agent. Ocala, Fia place where farmers can talk togetherand hum, H i-nrloail of Fha Serefsri! Sails
the state of Florida cost be.
WlLCOX. Ageui lor
8 fCECII. compare notes. If you have l' Sellers whu-h it 'Ailllay| all farmers .
Jack3:>nvlle. Kla 3.:.:' :! VIRTUE 01 \ I..A.L DECREE RENdered
,, good pall! for doing a certain kind of I imenMni iu first dues stock I) on the 241)1 day ol November ia,
br the the circuit of Flonda
jutigeoi 5th judicial '
work, com. out aut1giveu the ben- 1 to see. ThehreolU guirsinteeii, und III and (lor Marion county in chancery in a err I And you want a horse too, we have them,
tain theiein
1 cause pending
efit of jour idea. Come ana hear it you want reliable stock be sure to Keller was complainant and Prank Moses et all kinds.

INSTITUTES. what thejother; fellow ha to say, and I;!?.. this bi..mt'Jt. were master defendants named in said decree undersized. will on : al.l

: IIt'rhlpHJlle: or the other will get a R..lutrut.of the dateJanuary .Monday he jlll day January, /v(j, I
II ;; and Subjects. twtter plan than he had before. between the hours o( 11 a. n.. and :I p. m. in !
Speakers 9th, 1903. front of the soir.b door of the court house in ,
: The following 1 Is tI. !i.t of ppeak>is Don't think that you are going to I said county. offer r.nd expose for sale to the' S. A. Standley & Co.
bidder for cash the
highest and best monyaged i
I .- who have signified a willingness to hear a lot of book-farmers: talk; for j: These c..ttlt'111 Le in chnrKof premises described in said decree as lot 16 of the

I tike part in institute work. From you arn cot. The speakers will be Mr. 0. E. Waters: of Marion: Tex. town Candler, in said county E.and W state.DA\'IS.: I I -- -

this list we can get men for a partiftjliroection ., nen who have s-melt the soil, and are ------------- -- Special Master in Chancery. !
I R B BCLLOCK. i iComptaiunt'
of the state who are familiar not ftfraut t->> dirty up their h.tiid.s.: *Solicitor. I. ao luLl

I r:, with the conditions eiistiug in Agriculture: like every other ''I'' FERN RY !

that section : branch of industry Las: nu-U r"phl\\ ': NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALET"SI .

H. A. Borrow, Monticello.Diirying strides during the list qutrter century !: RememberS
";: a success aud \\ear..IlOW liviug in an age I H. ROSENTHALL & SONS, Distillers, Cincinnati, .0. .
: Building up the soil. specialized farming. In order to :\ .:..= .- :.-:.- -: ._- L decree Tendered in a certain cause by the I
make a successou must under-tand H.iir.tble Willie Bullock Judge pending in .-.-_. -
G. A. Dauly Chipley. 'I the Circuit Court of the- Fifth Judicial Circuit of
: Florida.Dr. every detail of your work. Farmingis CAN sell you the Flori'H m and hr th, cuuuty of Manon. in "
Farming in \\1 I ch.ucery, wherein the WF.TIRL1GS: I This is the Wiskey you hear people talking about
j, business" to be followed
C. F. Diwtou, .\AgricuHi Col- no longer a I smallest article or a BANK of \\estrriv: in thi- >'ate of Rhode Island "
in a haphaztrd way, >ut certain lasts j complamaut and hATTIE. O ALLEN, when they say "That Good Whiskey. It has
leg?, Lake City. THE TYGEKT M.LETt' .'.KTILIZER COM.
Hogvholera and swine pague.! in regard to.feeding stock, fertilizingthe I..1 carload of anything pertaining PANY JOSEPH T LANvAbTER and WIFE held its place at the head of the columnof

f lews fever. crop, etc., which have been worked :;I Hardware Iron DL'F.BKl.RICHARD are MCCOXA-UY defeodenU I.and the undersigned HENRY A. High Grade Goods for many yearson

out by scientific worker, must be ,1 to I special master named and appointed in said I
Dade what?
W. E. Embry, City. decree to execute the same, will, onMonday

Truck crops. intelligently followed to meet with i:i Tipe, Nails, Powder, Dyna- :' the -Ik day January,A. D. 1903.

The pine land faral.IL. success. I I !' between the hours of eleven I clock in the lore- IT'S MERIT !
: Cement Stoves.TWENTYFIVECAR. : noon and two o'dock in the afternoon
Arrange! a meeting where these! new miieLime,
Tobacco. at the south d.or of the court house. in
principles} : can be diacu-ned and better l. Marion county oikr and t" pose for sale and
1' Peab gn\\'in will sell to the hiKhe'.t: and best bidder for cash
B. Gaitpkill, J1rt'silhmt state fair IllHlertood.0: institute will be held I the mortgaged premisein the said decree described -
the nn.1rfe ol the STRAUSS & CO.
I as commencing at
in your county unless you I> -ure the I
Mclutosb. of in
:; association; east boundary line the AKarez; Grant ,
and superintendent that some interest is 1':1:1 LOADS IN OUR township ntteen range twenty two east. in .
; Shii'piDg selling crops. Marion county state ot Florida and thence
The raising and feediuc of cattle. being taken in the matter. It cot 1'1 I \VAREJICUSESBA1D I running west eight chains and ninety seven Distributors.Ocala .
thence north fhnhains and forty
hold of links twenty
considerable to one
\Y. M. GUI, Mclnto-h. money !. -- eight links thence east eight chains and ninety
fur northern war- the.-... liistitutt-tf, and w the funds are ----- beven: luiL-, thence M uth twenty five chains
Truck growing and forty eight links to the place of beginning,
limited we shitlligo only \\here thereis and being: the same land conveyed: b\ William Florida.
,. kets. Cox on February: loth I:'-;. to Nannie K Ren-
nonie interest shown in the matter. j H HARD&RE&R[ C to.
: Hogs. (roe under. the name of Harriet R. Renfroe .aid _.
--- -- -
I of the Wale Wake up and don't let the outside \anrir being the identical person intended by
T. D. Gwlpy, originator Harriet ...id deed being recorded in died boo!..
world sty that Florida frmrs take 1 N pjges2i and 722 ot the records of :Marion
do and jewel peached.:! 1i i Gaim.s\ille fl ida.I .
interest in their business. Any c .lIlty.. Fonda. containing by estimation
no ,
Fruit growing. I t."% "]" tunand *> 100 acres more or less: or MJmi McMillan Bros

Poultry in Florida. questions in regard to this matters "ill t .!"'n. thereof This December will satisfy 5. igoz the said decree aud

Hay making. le cheerfully answered, by the super I Tt'LIS E BIGGS
Special Master in Chancery.: .
Tile drainage.Laborsaving. I intendent. i K \\ VI-.D B BULLOCK '
inchiery. C. M. CONNOR I Complainant's Solicitor. 12 5MASTER'S Southern Copper \Vorks.

Fertilizers. I Sjji't Farmers' Iutitutc: fUL.
1 1e
Gossard Agricultural Lake City, > H., Ibc. 27. HII):!.
Prof. H. A. SAIE.V" "
I Manufacturers of Stills -
; College Late: City.lDsecti6lJet Turpentine
A Raging Roaring Flood fXPRE S. .
nd their JliCitlOU.| ", iv. h: Is IIERKB\ I.UT.X THAT IXAi .
line Inch e; .tun by virtueota final decree of fore-
Wa.-hed don
telegraph and General Metal Workers.It
Scale .
iucts.Truck i I. ,r.<-ale made lint! entered bv the Hon-
and garden insfCi6.InsecU Clu. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had u* \ 2 i .t \'. ,lisni b. Bullock. judge of the Fifth
\tJ : t: uriuilcflht' stateof Honda in and tori ---- .
iujunous to farm crops. rt'JIiir.utitlndinl.: wi Ut deep in icy iMinon: in chancery sitting,on the

Beneficial insects and insect disease water," he writes, "gave mw a terriMe I _. I I tL"! :.1\!',iciu ut Norembir.pending AD.whtrem 1902. in DANIEL a certain Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

t *. cold and cough. It grew wore dailv. \ I.. .hK is cumpiainaut and JA\'tM A.'A. through the country a specialty. Orders hy mail or
.' I i \ ali Monquitocs and Malaria. Finally the best doctors in Oakland : tc31 '"., aiiv Tcil tu the hrt bidder for cash, wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
Omaha said I had >>tarte'ou'nv. uclore'hr court house door of
J. H. Harp, CreM'eul City Net.,Sioux; City and : l : Marion cuiiatm U.iiU ut Ocala therein, following worksFAYETTEVILLE .

Farm econow '. consumption and e"uM not live. Then 1 II 11 $45Q. !!I Uu
Dr. King' New Discovery !- I Itt ,t .M"titiav Jannarr. A. D.. /'r?,
W. Hut, Hawks l' rk. I began u iiiig II W'fI:1 .
,J .r r V4JI I .. inu 'M eng the ;.th day ui said month and a N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
Soil ferments. and was wholly cured by six nt ..alstlcsda). n.thmtlu. legal: h. urs of sale, ,

The u"npy bee. bollltP... .i i't'I'y guaranteed for I !I2Qt.:: ::""\1-j.:Up"rl. -cnlit-d: in said final decree asA JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE ALA. .

Making the L t oranges.r couth"/ colds: and all throat: and lungtronbes .; Lcnain lot paiccl or piece of lau!!. lung.KI.II ..
00 ,; .nd 1 situate in the county of

r io Maj.} J. P. Heuly, JallVry.t. by Anti-Monopoly Drtg3tire. t.S .,, -<.ut. ol Honda being the southern part tarloll'l I _______ _. ___ __ __ .
II .. ,., --- u ----
S 1.- : ithe >t .juaiter ts e.'.1) of :section i '
: Price 50c. 1
Watenn Ihe farm. < ..
_. t 'a u-nip thirteen ((13)) south range l :
Mixed faruiiug. What Sam JonsSaysofthe Daily CHAS. BLUM & CO. 2 Heasi I and more the southeast particularly descnhiJ ut a"l -,
t I- >:Mimencing at corner .I L. W. JOHNSON & BIO
: Peach growing .t t ton fo[, ], thence north btteeu [i<] chains'irncf ,
N ew a paper. 1.1" \\ Kii I"t. chains, to the *t Injun ,
.17 an I : wet forty [40] u?>
i:. 8. Bubbard, Federal Point. U.Iv. ._u .._.,.r. _ui r saiu<0 '''' "O"uume"... Varieties of citrus fruits and their In his Sunday Hermon iu the Atlanta Jacksonville, Florida.bii thirty' ,3J]; thence south along the said west -
: Journal :Sam Jones thus speaksof I boundary line of "said southeast quarter to the Hew and Second Hand Mschinerv.i .
culture. .outhwest corner of Slid southeast quarter;
the growing influence of the daily rAft ;L tui 1fJ CiA ) thcuce easterU along said south boundary line ': CITY, n.oitmi. *
: Home-made fertilizers.Prof. to the pace! commencement containing sixty
newspiper: -. .,,,-,,-. ..._... ': .. more or less. December 2. 1902
ibO acres
;,: II. 11. Hume Agricultural -- ------ --.,-- ,' GfeOKGE TOWr.U: One 12.: horse rowt'r return tulot'hu boiler with titl Ug1, .$fjj'j 00

College, Lake City. There is no broader field for lraiuthan ":.!_ ;".i ?,, ":""' ':'>r4 i.J':$:: W. M BOVTWICK JR.. !)Special islet.Complainauts Three 11M' ii 5. ii "eaf.b.. . 50000
the daily newspapers of America 'Co:""." -: ',"' -H.. :":;J'. .:( solicitor. 115 One iO II &I 11 II 0I. ......" 8 .OO
I Diseases of cilru-s fruits i : \iJJ : "'$''''' '' ,:" :;;:'' .1.
furnishes. Never in the history of ... '1I.v..-...'...;:,"''.',' .'.." I... ":""-""'./;-.t..11.C'"'.- '- I 1)5 II .1 ii ii o . . . 300(4)II
Diseases of truck crop.Fungkide. --------- 50 II U II ii as . . 3(10.00II

* the world were daily newspapers read l FUNERALDIRECTORS.{ NOTICE: OF MASTER'S SALE. !)2 II II II II 1\ . .. . . .OO

Pecan grow ing. j.s they are today. The constituency: II 4 t" II tire box boiler. .,.. . . . . OOO.jI)

of daiy!! newspapers up until now, had yoncE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CXDEKk II 10 II II so 5. . . . . 123.00 .,
C. T. McCurty, Eldrtd. in the rities and town*, kana by vutie of a decree: of foreclosure II II II Atlas fire box boiler. . . . 1'15.00
been largely made and entered by the circuit court
! The pineapple.Citrus mail md for the sale 4th judicial circuit of Florida in and tor II IS II II boiler on wbeeLt. . . .. . 175.00 1I
but the daily rural routes: are
1 : cult' re. --1- the county ul Clay, in chancery sit nJ{, on the 'XaXIS,

4 ", C. K. Mctjutrrie, secretary WetFlorid carrying our dtily! papers into the Iio ,,!ctt'ao'E JtseripUoiijeml cfAi U .I'e.sIAU, 1fJI,1 iU Bnr cuci:* I 2j tiereiu
I !* Agricultural Society, DeFuniak homes of the farmer n, for Insurances on Lives and Granting 75 U ii x. Y. s'\ft'ty upright. . . . 400.00

before, and just as tile rural contituency Annuities !.>complainant and the:Jacksonville, u 10:, U B.II a'ltotUa' t'.. ........ .. . ':00.00
to Oriler.Ut Alice
\ Springs. shall! more and mOle come into Embalming Tampa Williams.& D.Kev\\e B. ttilitams t Railway Robert Company: H. loleman. I' 35" It :m'kitwreenter crank. . 25O0

: Bj-products of the farm. orleniia.3' >aitry. > irr ArcluiMld Kot'ers. II. T. Kndall. as assignee of .. :!5" !':I '" ('ity. . . . us ootr J
: the circle (.f daily readers, just so thenewspaper It I Robert U. Coleman, the Chatham National
\ ,Succewful syrup making.! influence of this country Bank. Edward:; II. MLUonalii harriet Walker, .'xi: 111RY-O-IOt'ND: "'iZi1I ;
j Rotation of crop- NOTICE. Frank W. Pope and the !l1i isit.pi'altey Realty .
aud broaden.'iui live defendant I will offer lor sale .-
will are
grow::: Company :
1 E.: 0. Tam'er Editor Florida Agriculturist -
and ,sell to the highest bidder! for cash at public iI
bright men, as reporters: and editors, 111 the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit before the court house don ot the said
Jacksonville.! in ortcry Florida in the of I Ceo. :Mackay. Pres. David s Woodrow Gen. Vr. c. S. Cnllen. Sec. and Treas
with the won-'erful type setting machines Flonda. in and for Marion county county of Clay, state city
\ The oritriu compositiou of feftilkers chancery Green Cove springs. therein on the

: illustrated by tereopUcan., and rapid pre-ses and morningand Dunnellon Phosphate Company a corporation Pint Maiidai in fftrrnar, A. D r'JO]. I THE CENTRAL LUMBER I CO' j jI'

afternoon trains, scheduled to the same being the second day of said month
P. H. Rolfs, pathologist for U. 8.I under the laws of Florida-comp1ainant. VIi and a legal sales da). within the legal hoursol I iSaccessors to The Ocala Lumber Co.] '
carry the papers over the country, lieorge A. FranCis-defendant sale! the described in aid decree as
I Dept. of Agriculture, Mitmi.ii pr perty I I anufacturers of
: field for brains and THAT THE DEFKKDATi I follows: :
surely there is a IT IS ORDERED and described PitLu'nb: i
mentioned -
Citrus fruIt:! George A. Francis herein named be and he The mortgaged property Yellow Rough and Dressed
,, life and git up and git. is-hereby required to appear to the bill IB complaint in said decree and in the bill of complaint j I
Ineapples.Vegetable described in i
in said particularly
said Mund.iv the ind day oirebruary.A
----- --- in cause on the lands theretofore Lath Shiult's. Turned Ihiusters Newels, Columns
: D Exhibit G thereto excepting Flooring! Ceiling, iididg J '
growing. Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L. 0.Waverly It is further ordered 1903. that a copy of thU order s .ld descnoed in Exhibit "Ii" to the Elc. N-roll Work anti raulh's of every descriptiou. Stair.r Church seats I
Diseases of plants.Spryamz. be once a week for eight consecutive said bill toit situate. lying and being in the 'hof)1 Dt'iokii 81111 seats l'omLined, lideboards ;
published Railings' ? ( ,
; Texas, writes: "Of a the Ocala Banner Done this Mb day counties oi Breard, .lay Citrus. Dade, DeSoto.fake Pulpits! alit! ,
week In D. Lee. Manittec Marion Monroe. Orange Hl'ds, Tables and Kitchen Tabir-n.. C Trts.Tauk any size.Alertftentfl i

, i Capt. It E. Ko"e, state chemist, morning, when first rising, I often November A. 1902 S T. SKTRUNK. Osceolci Vutnam.m. St.the Johns State Sumter.of Florida Volusia and described Folk and for Colt's Aoetjlpne Ga fientratorfor making the cheapes }

Tallahassee find troublesoma collection of O. T. GKEE Complainant's, Solicitor.Clerk Circuit Court.ii iB as tallows: and best H ;hb. ration's Sunproof' Paints, Tirusheq, Eti- Pittsburg Plate

Sugar producing iu Florida. phlegm, which produces a cough, and IX MaRION COt'STV. Glass Company Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished. '

1 Car-t. J. II. Ftevens,Jacksonville.Diversified is very: hard of BillardHorehouud to disloge; but a Syrup!smallquantity NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION south seventeen Northeast half of township quarter northeast thirteen of quarter.northeast range lot quarter one twenty-iix, section, THE CENTER LUMBER' CO., P. 0. BOX S57, OCAlA, FLA.

farming. hundred and fifty-strrcn acres
-- containing one
i Fertilizers! will ut ouge disloge it, and the trouble A deposit will he -'Iur..d to be made by each __ __ __ _. __, i'i
DEPA1I.TYEIIT OP THF I nllloll. I cash or b> satisfactory -
bidder with the tn t- r in l
.f R. w. rftorrs, Editor of the Stock. is over. I know of no medicine that Land Office at Gainesville Fla.Dec. 8. 190:1.| certified check -lore' bidding otwo cent* ; j

-. is equal to it, and it is so very XT<->TICE is hereby given that the following per acre noon the lands: included in any. .one i c.5'252.25'2Q S"2525" 5'25'25'25'2 5' .
1 1\ named settler has filed notice of his intention offer! for bids. 1!. H. BCCKM\ \
Stepped Into Live Coals. pleasant to take. I can! most cordially to wake final proof in support of his claim. 12 26 ::;pt."dalIaster.: II % -
"\Then a child I burned my foot recomuieud it to all jH' '>'0 Oil, needing .I and that said proof will be made before Clerk I I FLORIDA RUBBER STRM! ? WORKS .

}; frightfully," writeV.. H. Kads of medicine for throat or lung troubles. Circuit Court at Ocala, f.ta.,, on ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 1 K Manuf'uvrs: of NeaN. Unhbl'r SiainpStt'iiciN* .inforl

resville.Ya< which .: horrible ." Price i)', OOe, $1.UO bottle at January /9oj GIVEN TO ALL I I L K raJt'_ .iMiil ... ami !.vupl>lic". Any style trade to order 6 to 12:: K J] .
viz: : Rausa D. Giles of Candler, Fla.. JU. 27Sa.for : raTItE 13 HEREBY
i t, bores for 30 years, but Bucklen'aArnica The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore! m the b '? of Xw ft and N \\'l ot sw 5 Sec. 48, 1\ creditors. legatees and distributees to present i ft hours. f
[.; Salve wholly cured me after Tp i75..R-23E. their accounts and of demands the estate to the 9f under.J. L. { When in the city give us a call. jflJ2I ='. i

f everything else failed." Infallible for Mr. 'I" ".. Luiz, formerly of tb/a lIe names the fallowing witnesses to prove his! signed administratrix deceased within the next two years, V.
continuous residence upon and cultivation barred
burns bruises and said land. viz : Richard S. Hall. Thomas Hall. or the same will be 1
scalds .
cuts, sores, is making his headquarters December.
now of 1902.Srs
f city, Andrew Jackson nd James D Pope. all of Tl:is 3d day D. FEASTER. 3 uC 55 5
; piles. hold by Ami-Monopoly Drug :Fia. Belleview, Fia. 'Administratrix. I"p I-
at Chaires: '. 12.5.81
5 11-11-02 \\ G. RO3IN5OX Register. ?
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i -f, The children's SANTA stockings CLAUS.one and all 111 t1 1 1 111t111 111 11111 .t.tdam' 14 1 1t t 1 1111911111111 1111TVVII11fl4! 1

Are banging against the wall, '
IlckevinK Santa LUtts will come ....
With Chnilmaa th ng,bring them some. .
They ask us where old bantu lives; "...
And where he gels thugs he gnu,
And where he keeps his reindeer team, .-.....
How Grange these things la them do seem, .
How does he go through ram and snow, -e
Ana down to our chimneys go:
Why always travel through the night
As if afraid he'd get in sight.
Why don'I he just come in the 'oor,
And give alike to rich ml poor?


old, old word, the old, old
thought, yet the ever new, the ever -0
fresh, ever annually recurring joj. ......
Who awoug us u, old enough not to -- .....
remember with a thrill of pleasure his
4"e I
childhood's Christina jojs, !? Who is ......I.1
too young to have some share iu the -.1

present Christmas! !festivities? Christmas tl- ..f31

is a festival In which all can, if dam'i i
they will, rejoice. Of course, all well OJel
nformed persona know that as a matter i.
I of chronological fact, of statistical tt :::1

accuracy, the Christmas period really ::::
means nothing, because: no one knows, 10-
I -
when, with reference today or date, o
the Saviour of mankind was born. .
0t ::
But what doe! that matter? That he t '- : :

was the Saviour of the world, that he
came in lowly guise; that be lived, 6'J ) Agents For 0 :: i

labored,suffered, gave the only example > -
of a perfect human life, and died CHASE & SANBORN'S C5 :: t
the only heroic tlt'11lh-all that is
true,and the history of Christianity ::: 4,
since then proves how vital, bow famous) Teas and Coffees f 3 -41 i
powerful, how permanent, was the
tip ......
wonderful work which he did. This
commemorative festival! tint Christmas Q & :::1 1

season is peculiarly suggestive of 31dl
the reign of peace on earth and goodwill tJ -4''
toward men, and in that is its :: -31 I

best, almost its only significance. C.'
Jesus of Xazereth, the Lord of Christ- d[ -4

A ,mail, was the only perfect exemplar of Vrir.

unselfishness, of entire consecration & -4dsl
to the work of doing good that this
:. world has ever seen. The nearest 3cJ

anyone can approach to His spirit! .....
the more truly will such an one ap- 6i- -
proximate to the Christ-like purpose d- -
i and the true Christmas feeling If 44
I ttt+
l you would really assimilate yourself ttl- -
to the idea and feelinglof Chmtmim, 1 -- -4-G.
then simply seek to do what the Lord t t -4
i of the Christmas did when he went e Ii -4
c- II .
about doing good! That is all thereis 6- -4
all there can be of a genuine Christ. a -0
mas spirit. It is not in any superstitious ......
reverence for or remeruberence
of, the day which is generally observed I -
as the anniversary of His birth, THE 44
not in the formal observance of guy I .

presetibedcerewouits or the recitalof ,, ---
any number or variety' of prayer I: -d
I .. and praises, not in any sort of formal tt> ---
religious observance that the (rue 4d
Christmas is to be most acceptably 4tias
kept; but it is in the keeping of tie ; -- TE.A POT '4

Christmas in the heart, the imUtiou: o- -
of the Christ-like spirit of love and 4

benevolence, the doing of the C'iirM tl -4
: like things that the duties and tie -.
I -a I pleasuresotthis season may be must ." ..... '
worthily done and enjoyed. If with .

> a this thought in mind, and the purpose

f iu view, we feet about using and enjoying dlll '- GROCERY
our Christmas festival we shall -
I make no mistake and we shall be able -
I ; not only to have, fur ourselves but help dl3t9- 44

t' make for others,a really merry Chriat
r -- .. .
I :- mas.An active appreciation of the obli' .... (

!} gationa the religion of Peace and --, -tfI
; Charity will enhance the enjoyment tillti -II
of the happy, and comfort the aaiiiie.-'a t"d
of sorrow. Christmas from all time tt .
o --
binoeit was instituted a festival day 44

c has been marked by deeds of courtseyand .-{.

.. by acts of charity. Whoever ---
ttlt -
would forget hU own sorrow must
1 --
,, make others happy, and whoever G --
would heighten his own joy must G C -II-4

minister to the needy. From thef -4
fountains of benevolence -4
opened -
during the holiday season, supplies G
t-_ are drawn for aid and comfort to the G -4

indigent. Many appeals to generosity : 44
are made now; and none should be -4
w -
dismissed unexarniued. While festival -41G

friends are remembered, with -4 ,
} whom gifts are exchanged, the poor a- -4 '

must not be forgotten: who can make .. r c ......

1 i no return. Bearing them in mind 4f] .-.4.4
will signalize the holiday, by making e -- 4 -4

10. it a day of happiness to thousands.If : -4tI
k these reflections are familiar, it is .
because Christmas has been coming _

once year as long as: the reader can

> remember, and for hundreds! of years :! :( CALL AND SEE US (
before Its lessons, like the poor, are
t- always with us. Neither can "the (

1 compliments of the season," though :: -44
-- '
1 pleasant, be novel, it carries its !best -4 t
wishes-a "happy Christmas!" .. -4J t
.. -4
...... It
.,, IF UNWELL. : -
Try a 50c bottle of Herbiue, notice tv -d I
I the improvement speedily effected in di. t
. -- -tI/Jfj
,. your Appetite, Enegy,Strength, and :
vigor. Watch how it brightens the .- dd D
the spirits, gives freedom from India/ trot-- 11
estion and Debility! :; -4

Isaae-Utory, Ava, Mo., Sept. 10th, tom-- --IIlIt\
: 1900. "I way m bad health, I nap ( 44 u'
: etomache trouble for 12: mouth, also 0d ie

dumb chills. Dr. S.V.. glory pre c. :

i ribed Herbine it cured me in two ..
i }. weeks. I cannot recommend it to TEA POT :

! highly, it will do all you claim for it". ... GROCIRY
.r Sold by Anti-Monopoy! Drug! Store : -- 4

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To cure a cold in one day : -4 PI
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I Take Laxative Browo Quinine Tab- t s-- -41 b"
lets. All druggists refund the money CD- -4

:I i t' If signature it failes is to on cure.each box.-15c.R. W. Or(.Te'e I 1 6'' ' " " '" J.ss 11



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