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: November 20, 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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+ 111nIInniIIInIIIII11fl11111111111111111n1111111tllliilllll' '''''''''' ''' '' '' '; '' '' '' '' '' '' ''''' 'iii11111" i, DOUBLE WEDDINO. just ahead of the brides and scattered th( fnwinatini daughters of Judge ]I Council Meeting I

-== I roses in their pathway. and Mrs. William H. Bullock and I!I Regular meeting of council waa held r
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Prominent Society Event at the Baptist Miss Bullock entered with hermatrou eiuce their entrance into society have Tuesday night. Mensre. Barco and
= Church -uf-honor, Mrs. F. L' Watson been two of the cities most popular Hmltb were absent and Alderman j
__ Wednesday Night.
1I I and Miss Maxie Bullock with her I young ladies Jones wad excused before adjourn '
1i "Pint Cod'.love and next the love of wedded
i jf. ,: 1I souls." matron, Mrs. J. B. Hiers, of Fernan- Mr. McKean has been a resident of tuent. f

I -- Tis the same old, old sweet story The di -titled
I dina. Ocala for a number of years and is important topic was f

: IN A BOX for "love i is old-old as eternity, but The grooms acted as each other's engaged in the lumber business Mr. the paving of certain sir. *a, Wau

i .,, not outworn" and, as a result of his tula, between Fort King .'nd South
bent.man and entered together, meeting Miller was raised in Ocala. He is

'E y archery, Ci'pid played an Importantpart the brides at the gate and leading half owner of the abstract onh' I I Second ; one near the wnool house 1 $

If you want to write a nice letter you can do I if you have in the ceremony at the Baptist", them to the altar, where in a short Both of these young gentlemen are ;I and one in the first ward. the streets
':'fc nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't Mi- paper.'and == church Wednesday night joining to will be I
i i.. paper U in a nice box if you buy it here. We hav ,,,any styles. Z2: and impressive ceremony, in highly esteemed, in business circles paved
gether the live of Miss( Lena I
i May A colored delegation Hiked that
'jr : which the ring service was and have always been socially very i
Bullock and Mr. George Robinson home sups. be taken to rid the town
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 used, Rev. L. B. Warren, made popular.
t ;| McKean, and Miss Marie Maxwell of vagrant colored boys
Miss Bullock the wife of Mr. McKeanand If the best wishes of their many I Matter referred to police ,mmlttee.I .
Bullock and Mr. Charles Vroman
EE Mrs Maxie Bullock, the wife of
J Miller friends count for anything, the future 315 Acres of Fine land For Sale
Mr. Miller The brides! were given I
The church had been beautifully life! of these young people will be Well timbered, \\'rlllv..t 1. Title
their father.
away perfect. Write to J. E. Water
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decorated and formed a tilting back naught but sunshine! love and hap
AH during the ceremony the "In. I Ocala, Fla., or J. A. Waters, Croom,
ground for the two bridal parties.
ess. Fla. 1093m
teruezzo" from Cavalleria Ruaticana
.. ... The walls were almost entirely covered
:: was played softly by the orchestraand -
with beautiful southern vines, I
when the marriage service was
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== majestic palms: and bright magnolia

?IIIIiWIIII! j jl jl jl jl1jl1jl1jl1jl.11jl1jl1jl1jl1jill11l1ll11l11l11l11iS,. : leaves. Draped from window to I concluded couples to the the Mendelsshon party marched! wedding out in I I

window and across the front of the march. I' EVERYBODY I

church were ropes made of myrtle. i!
Fot plants and palms were banked Both brides were lovely Miss Bui I .
t I I
.. oi across the pulpit and in the two cur lock' wedding gown was! of white !

I I I ners were planted small long leaf pines, tissue built over taffeta audelaborately i j I --IL-
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE
lending a forest like effect to the trimmed with lace. Miss Maxie !I
fi, ocene. Bullock's drew! was: china eilk over j jtaffetta I

,1' LANDS.If At the beginning x>f each aisle was and was also trimmed with I How all lines of business and i

a gate and archway covered iu piuk quantities of dainty lace Both I prices on real estate have grown. :

f and twined with bamboo vines.!. gowns were exquisite and were also A W'e A
; planted here the seeds of a ,
Across the front of the church WAS a trimmed with clusters of tiny bells
If you hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or I T bank before this growth began Y ;
made of chiffon and pearls and both ,
larger arch, all three of the !arches I
with him.
! lease on royalty communicate I and have well attended them.'t
brides !
being studded with green and carried shower bouquets of

pink electric bulb, which shed a soft white rUd et aud lillies of the valley. I I Their roots are now in the foundation -

glow over the bridal party. Both brides wore white tulle veils I' of every prosperous finn in I .

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. Suspended from the center arch caught up f> the hair with lillies of i the dty. '

were two large hearts, made of while the valley I I' I I
chrysanthemum and carnations.! The bridesmaids, maidsofhonorand

In the center of one of the beam matrons-of-hunor all wore beautiful .,'."" I!
I ,t
I UU EUSiSZTS SilS'::+. Loal Editor General Builo- basso fir recuver- wa a big 'B," made of pink carna- gowns: of white and Mis Bullock'g! 'I ; CHAMBLISSr
ed from his ?eriui fall as to have been tious and in the other was an "31." attendants wore pale green chiffon'I Ii i BANKERS.oc I'I'i

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. aV'Ie to he present at the marrhge of The two. ouplea stood directly uuder ea.hs and carried white chrysinthe ] '" 4e. FLORID.

I his granddaughters Wednesday night, I I these barbs while the marriage vows: mums: while her sister's attendants! ,!I i f L .1\... GrHutchLns II

were made. wore pink chitfon sashes and carriedpinkchrysanthemums.
Mr. B. Thrower, of Gainesville, iik i
:For a sick headache try Chamber*
Relatives and special friends of the Both matrons
iu the city. l..lu'. Stomach and Liver Tablets; :
' I they will ward off the attack i if taken brides and grooms occupied teats wore pure white and carried white !! j
Rev. J. C. Porter, editor of thet
: in time. For sole by all druifgis's! nearest the chancel. chrysanthemums. ,
Roller j
tBaptist. Witness, i is again quite sick. Swing
and medicine dealers. m The hour for the wedding had been After the ceremony the bridal party I 1 1r

,4 Mrs. 1* B. Tydings, of Anthony, is Mr Charles H. Lluvd came up from set for nine o'clock but long before were entertained at the home of the.,

j:the guest of her sou, Mr. C. A. Holdtr Tuesday. Ho will be one that hour the church was crowded brides.: I l BEATs THEM !All I

iTydings. : of attendants! at the double wed with friends to witness the marriage The house was. very prettily decor I'

ding tonight, being one of Mr. MeKeau's This was the first double wedding in a ted, the pink and green color scheme Rolls back and forth four !

Sit and Mrs. P. C. D.vis went to the history of Ocala, and fur this reason
: groomsmen.Mr. feet.
being camel; out in everything.The : yI y t
TbomuviUe, Ga., Tuesday for a short I together *ith the great popularity ,
J. A. Crews, representing the dining room looked particular
: visit with friends. of the two bride and grooms, the Does not make seasickness ;
Timt-Cnion, was a pleasant! visitorat ly attractive. Placed: at regular intervals
16. church was taxed: tu its utmost. From like the oldfashionedswing.
Misa Allie Van Juhan! why hasbeen this office Wednesday. This|papers on the long table were tall ,
eight thirty to nine o'clock the orchestra .
in Atlanta four months returned paining in circulation. and crystal vases tilled with pink bud I It
: popularity

composed .Jr. W. W. Con 1r t
t home Wednesday daily. white chrysanthemums. A great Looks well on the lawn
don, violin ; Mr. Lyon Fishel, clarionet i
deal of ferns were also used
asparagus :
Mr. A. J. Leavengood is back from ; Mr. A. E. O'erig, cornet, Mr. or piazza.
W. S. Bullock We.i-
Judge came up' about the dining room. The place
Manatee, where he hid been to look R. Alworlh, trombone and Mr. W. CCIU
nesday from Brook-jVille, here, courtis cards: were painted in pink and FUBKITURE COMPANY ji
after his orauge grove. S. Pike, or,;a.ui.H. gave the following i
Attend the
in seionto f
marriageof green.: A four course luncheon was T
beautiful mu..icalprogram: !
Genial Mr. Arthur ILudiker, of his daughters. He returned to Hrved after which the attendantswent j
"I Love You, and Only You." e..e..ceG G ...es.8.CS.. i
rLevon, was smiling on his Ocala Brookaville: Wednesday.Mr. "Because." to the armory and danced: until e
friends: Wedneslay.Mr. Beauty' Bowers.* one o'cjoek.in order to accompany the i
J. D. \\'illiam*, night police "'lleansaad Flower," "
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the brides and grooms to the train. ART g
L. J. Brumby! returned Wednesday man, sent in his resignation to the The strains of the Bridal ChorD i .
The many! elegant presents: were
t from a business trip to Jacky city council at its last meeting, to from Lohengrin announced tae arrival -------o
d-played in an upstairs room. They \
; onvllle and Live O.ik. take effect on December 1, which was. of the bridal party.
t confute: of cut glass, chin, silver,
accepted. The proee ion up the two aisles I i iI. FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS.
;9 Mr.Jock Kill l o? Gainesville, one of little brio a brae linen, furniture etc. I I
led two Annie
was by girl!, &
the handsomest and cbverest men inW Mr. W. K. Zewadski Ii having hishandsome Blair Wooirow and Elizabeth .I Judge Bullock presented each of his : 0 I

Florida, is at the OwU Haute.Slie.ltamin house on Ft. King avenue daughters with a In on Fort King t
-\,100, both Wearing aeoor.iUu pleated I: I The Highest in Art and Fine Trade is to
white. This is one of the avenue on whbh they will shortly : g !
painted -
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and r-alho Adams: twof ail; dres, the former's pink and
f prettiest homes in Ocala and its new build. The parents of both the I be in Great
! tUrining yours ladles of Rochelle, the latter's green. They opened the on Display and Beautiful. !
of will beautify it groom. sent checks. The EK, of -- --- -- -- -
! coat paint very .
:t 1ft rUttiniMr-. J. W. Crosby.FoUy' gates for the rest of the party to pass i i

much. -- through.The I which both grooms:! are member, gave Designs._ .u No__previous' effort. _has ever i il i
Honey and T.r fur coughs them handsome soap ladles: the l
aDd 0CI1411; reliable, tried and tested, Mr. A. 5s. Anderson formerly with attendants hen entered in the I : compared with this i greatest and most
bowls king enravttlith an Elk'sbead. __ t _
r F aft and uiv.. l'.....toni.:a drug fcicrtuiMr. ;. Buttgenbach & Co., has returned following order, Mr. McKe&n'o $
The choir,.of w hick MUs Lena
i from an extensive tour of Europe,. groomsmen coming up the left aisle I perfect selection ever viewed in Ocala. a
Ed. Holly, cue of the prosperou Bullock was a member for a D-mber \ I -
and, after remsiniqg hH for a short and Mr. Miner's up the runt: Mr. I
t f.rweri of Grahamville,
young of yean, gave her a handsome oak
time, will make! a trip through John H.Tlor and Mr. Albert Mil -- '- .
"1. transacting ta t inccs In Oval rocker and the Baptist church will
I I.
I Central and South America. le-r, Mr. John H. Mathews and Dr. .

1Vedoe.day. ----- W. H. Powers, Mr.Carlos L. & trunk gibe her a handsome desk. Another i : MRS L. T TOMPKINS E t

f.ltJ' Honey and Tar always stops ltev. L. B. Warren leaves today and Mr. Sidney E. Hiller, Mr. CharlesH. I handsome present received by MI.-S t : j

the cough and lTeU the lungs.! Ke for Troy, Ala., where he will : Maxie Bullock war an elegant oak OC LA'S LEADING MILLINER .
Lloyd and Mr. E. T. Hti 'en ton, I t
fuse uttitute. I'ontottlce Drug preach two sermons Sunday. It is i, eide Lou;!. I I-
Mr. F. L. Wagon: ao.11r.. Ben i
tlwre. --. m rumored that Mr. Warren will leaveOcala Rheinauer.MUs Mrs Ieh J.n'j going away gown II ......@..u............... 1

The tbaoj friends &t Gen. Robert but hia host of friends here | was a black cloth coat suit with a I
Bullock's attendants came up
Bullock, who waa 110 jiainfnlly hurt trust that the rumor U without foun I i black hat trimmed with wings, and - ----- ---- j
the right aisle and Miss Mine Bal i I.
lot Seri, art glad to know that heM dation. Mrs. )1ill r't was a navy Mae coat "
__ lock's up the left and crovi in frontof REFLECT
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able to be oat Wednesday. Mrs. B. F. Mayo and children of the chancel, taking! their at and I suit and blue hat with a. blue bird and ;,0'
Ithtllm1t 6 paitu -quietly-! ) relieved JacKsouville, accompanied Miss Yirginii between and just a little in advanceof I guilt bands. ii/I' ;

by aj>)4t *Uoo of JUujon' Nerve and Mayo home Tuesday and will the gentlemen.First I The two couples will be absents 1 !} ::1' Have you decided on the kind of

lions Oil, try it; Sc. at Poetoffiee spend some time visiting relative e1AWIiSi Eloise Miller and s, about t'o 1I'and will. visit several r /.1 fertilizer you are going to use? It's t

lJruC tbre. m here. Miss Mayo has spent a most lei s Esther Weathers followed by i t of the southern clues before return- I ; not a question of how much, but

Mr (l. W.-ReaaD- of the Ocala delightful summer in Baltimore and I Mba Violet Harris and Miss Valeta : Ing home. :I r- what kind and when the best results'

'JlQh and rim t* torl, Jn company Washington and also spent three Potter, Mis Emily :Ford and ML- Oa their return Mr. and Mrs MKe&n :- j' i can be obtained you can't make a

SUI1' If A. Tt.4fat, leff for the weeks in Jacksonville with her Edith Putt. Then came the two will be at Mrs Pilmer's on h'f mistake when }"ou'"u..e our high grade
maids-of-honor- Alice Bullock I a fertilizers.
WaGe UuU trup Tuesday.iterota'e brother Mr. B. F. Mayo, before returning 1t Fort King avenue and Mr. and Mrs.i -:/
and MM Johnnie Llddcn.
I Highest cash price for dry bones.
Iogh.h Cough 5rupflU' home.FOLEY I i Miller will be with Mr. and Mrs. W.i paid
The little fbvcr girls, Dale Chizl !
eriujU, culd, LrobcbiU and i ::;. Pike oa Fort King avenue.
and Virginia si-trunk wearing
*U ku.dr.d trooUw, try it; Stoat J t FLORIDA FERTILIZER HF8. COMPANY 1

Pt.todc. ImitlWre. m ,., .,.-... .....#. ..*-*.. like those of the little gate girls, came : Mrs. McKes.ii! and Mrs. Miller ar a. 6liO! ..Till)., via.I .


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lliat'a the condition of many sufferers Special correspondence to the Ocala Banner. Mr. Earl S. Gardner, of Pituburg,
C. M. Brown, Jr., Candidate for Local .
from catarrh: ,especially in the morning. Honors Announces His "Platform." Sarasota is situated ou one of the :! Pa., arrived Thursday for the winter. BIG WHISKEY HOUSE

Grrat difficulty is experienced in clearing -- most beautiful sheets of water around : Two burglaries were perpetrated ,

the head and throat. Belleview! News-Letter, published at Belle lew, the whole state of Florida. last
Thursday night and as yet no Gainesville .
No wonder catarrh causes headache, Fla., C. M. Bown. jr..--Seven yearn old- ,, nd Oc>?la, Fla.
The annex to the Belle-Haveu Inn clew has been ;;n I -- .
obtained the
in to
impairs the taste, smell and hearing, Circulates 4;counties and 17 states. an _

pollute. the breath, deranges the stomach Business OfficeOcala, Fla., Nov. iS, 1803. is nearing vmttpletion, and when finished guilty party. The store of Mr. Peter --- --
and affects the appetite.To Dear Friend: I r --.
Sarasota can boast of one of Jones was enter I through a Hide ;
cure catarrh, treatment roast be As I am a candidate for council J
constitutional-alterative and tonic. the most up-to date hotels! in the mate. r. The thief found nothing of -.. -
man from our ward, it is due you that ..
tl was afflicted with catarrh. I took Mrs. George Reed, former proprittreos value though the muuey drawer was =- --
medicines of different kinds giving each reasons bu given you for supportingme. !
a air trial; but gradually grew worse untilI of the Waldo House at Waldo, has thoroughly ransacked and way lulls Q-:: s 0: = I
rould hardly bear, taste or smell. I then .,-
conclude to try Hood's Saraaparllla and come to Sarasota to stay aid will and papers )Ir. Jones ba I lift in it ; .. ":
City scrip 13 hard to sell at 90c. I g
I cured and '
ann taking five bottles was
soon hays the DeSoto ready for the overh.-.ulrd. The i. _
of the disease completely : duly _
nave not had any return promise to listen to any feasible plan r M _
Foists Lebanon, Kan.Hood's aI-o : i 1
lince. ECGESC .
reception of guests. thing mtattU'; wr-sa Confederate $10 -; : r = I
to make it an good as if it had UncleSam's -:
SarsaparillaCures The "Sock social," given by the bill. The ti. A. L. station was mieretl 1'I: 'I' .;.
own stamp on it. :: :.
catarrh-it soothes and strengthens I Ladies Missionary Society, at the through the ticket window, the = NDIW ::-. ..
the mucous membrane and buildj Equality before the law for all. a J"r.
residence of II. B. Smith, on the Bay, glass of whi,'h was shattered. That .: -
up the whole system.: Mr. Jewell was fined $3 for selling 5 O '
was a decided success. The proceeds thief after
wad money Wit plain*
--- cents worth of fruit on Sunday,while
amounted to f47.50. ly evident as the money drawer in FAMOCS AXIIEIMK;! : IHXJI: BEER ;
HERE AND THERE some of our leading merchants sell -- Ir.'
The Ladies Town Improvement both places bad been forced and in .
hundred of dollars of goods flfty-two
Society ia doing a great deal to beautify the station badly wrl'i-ked in the FINE WINE, WRIKIES and
}Ir. A. K. Times-Union's in the have i opera BRANDISH
Taylorthe| Sundays year. Why .
My s 2oo Rye or Bourbon at.._ -....-...-.. $1,75 My fc oo Gin ... .......
cartoonist Is beginning to warm to they not been fined? Was the our town. Lion, nothing being found: in the way My 1.9: :; ...-........ ...... :00 : Nonh at -._.' .....-
op city jg CaroliDi *- i:
My 3.00 .............. ... 2.56 a ..
his work. ordinances made for the rich and not The new cement hide walks and of money, the culprit made off with Mr 4.00 ............ ........... 3.00t> 300" uBD.. W'aal. J. .
My sue Gloat ..................-.. -...-.... .... 1.75 UT .. .. ra
shell streets, give our town a very valuable 4-f'O' '
for the poor? a guitar belonging to Mrs. 1'y .". ..7.oo'd 4ooWeEngland Rum.t. I
Elbert Hubbard says that work Is apr.yer citified McPhaul Tji Jug and l.eg.-Tr.
I have information on good outhor- appearance.Mr. the agent The tame night Made a Special f Feature

prompted by a loving heart-a H.S. Smith for the S. sending your ordersalway.send
agent enough to 1
some one appropriated seven hogs cover tile COlt of
ity that the city than $1700 hlga. Half..al ,.
paid more "lallonjug.lsc; gal1olljug.2sc3'r.lloDjug,3So;, keg.,=t. lag a
prayer to benefit and bless. A. L. made a fine showing for the I.en more whiskey and better whiskey that ,
to the Rev. house
belonging Mr. Devaneau. any to Fladdabeta..t .
for work that one of our non-political eM goods and lull measure. l ai .....k
office last month. Each month since The home of Mr. Fred Lucius .. tn.lorder+ltconinceyou that"w arethellen..le" Tens.e..h... ...
Keep the roosts saturated with kerosene citizens offered to do for 1450. near Yoarlauziouatoolue htD rA..
the business has almost doubled : J. F. EDWARDS.l J
August Levon, was the of
and scaly! legs and mites willgive Is there any difference between a merry
itself. Total business for October ,
gathering Friday night. A regularold
the chickens no trouble. Philadelphia's graft and Ocala's graft. -

Theaore-legged northern tramps infest amounting to $3,210.31. time frolic about seventy live :
Mr.D. H. Baxter of The Carmichael !
Over 17,000 hoses of oranges havebi'en from
Levon, SumiuertieM Oxford
our streets at thu first approach of ,
& Hon Co.,| made a trip to Anthony: shipped t>y rail from this point Belleview and Ocala being
winter. Are you glad to see them? present.

last Sunday afternoon to btt present at Has the city council done aught to and quite a number by boat. Tuesday, Nov. 17, was: the date set

Sunday school. The Caloosa! run connection with
stop this nuisance? Make the tramps at which the niu of the village Mere

JJi* Lutife smith patted through go around Oeala. I tne A. C. L., cornea in from Tampa to gather dean up the cemetery. Ccnstipationtallcs

OciU Friday on her way to her homeat Our state courts have decided that every Mondiy, Wednesday and Fri Twelve or fourteen were on hand and

Sirasota after a few week's visit to iu'erest caunot be collected on city day and returns Tuesday Thursday did a great deal toward making. this ClIou.ness: ,

Jacksonville, Starke and Anthony. scrip. Why does Oeala pay it ? and Saturday. God's acre present a neat, if not at -i L -r&///// and; lisa Complexions ,

Citizens of the first ward drain Mr- Stackhou, manager for the tractive, appearance to visitors. i r i J//// are cer-jan J0 fP'iilt.Lti Then where yarn beauty
EKa't build thejroosts: one above the ha VW// Keep the ,:.tern In gcou mint hj taking '
) Camp cane and rice plantation, '
Messrs. Pritchard and DeLong of
Taylor's pond and keep out of the I ,

other fight ,for because the nigu-wt there will pl Ce.always Chickensare be a cemetery.If purchased a beautiful lot on the Bay Candler, were iu town Tuesday, dining 1n R A M'S;r LIVER PILLS :

and expects to build on same very at the !Ktftuiuole. J
we are to depend the OSIL i
like some politicians. They some. ou moon 1 # j ANDTONIG PELLETS

times want to roost too high. for street lights, why have electric soon. LIFE AT GAITERVILLE.d i. .' good blood, good digestion and good health w7g aaY '
Mr. Edwards, of Venice, has rented
and arc lights? They are seldom the uses m your cheeks Ramon'* Liver Pills sad

Mrs. Godfrey Moyersand little son, lit. the store belonging to Mr. J. H. Tonic Pellets gently assist nature. Free w>p8! and 1l' r-x
The itervillites fire having a fine 1
George, came up from Dunnellon I to the and wile open up a nice restaurant I; book+et at dealers, of write 10
am opposed impountltrattemp'iug
city I time this week. Cane! grin :liag': is i iu
Wednesday and returned yesterday, 1 this week. RON MFG. co.
to drive from
away full force aud as usual the boys are '
whilrt here they were the guests of those who The school board has about decidedon New York led:
them. I
are herding
taking advantage of the chance to Oreenevile! ,
Mrs.l Moyer's mother, Mrs. Edward believe in a nice lot on East Main street, and
regulating the but
cow, Tena.
sweeten up lor they know this comes
to have a $2500 school bouseready
Badger.I expect
deem it bad executive work to im
only once a year and but for a shoe
for by the next termof
pound country cattle that: wander in occupancy
will give onejhuuure.1 dollars reward time then.
school ihe house being
fur rheumatism or pain of any to the city for, water. Why not turn present Mr. A. W. Brass!! and wife, of iII'OST

kind, no matter what: causes it, or their heads home instead of to the entirely too email to accommodatethe Holder j
pmt Sunday in our little
nervous prostration that I {:cannot children now in attendance. The
pound? Their owners are our friends
with the touch of bands.Craford "* / berg the guestyof Mr. B's. parents
cure my t school has doubled itself since the OFFICE DllUG
VTOKi Of'.U..l. .'L\.
f'JR.. Treat
cu them with
Atkinson. I 11 :'04tft s iu I Mr. .\. A. .\!-mis, of Ou. la, who i is
fairness last term, and more pupils coming ,
engaged in business in Citrus
county, ,. .
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The sale of a tract of 54,000 acres of our city water good? It shouldbe MisiYeiby, principal ---- -

pine laud in Taylor county at $7 per the bt st. U a fine educator from Virginia, and I is moving over his here family a short there time and visiting stopped ..........................

acre, shows that there is still home You say I am young. Time will the board did well in securing her relatives.The '

good timber laud iu this state, and remedy that Friends, if elected, I service.*. I
Mr. J. H. Lord's three homes ou Gditerville post ollice wa""s, TIMBER I
also that it is appreciating enormous* promise to represent You and the firstward. moved to Mr. G. 0. Turner's last, LANDS j

ly iu value. A few year* ago $1 an I stick to my friends, and my Pineapple avenue, nre almobt ready
Tuesday. Mr. Turner ia now post
acre for Taylor county lauds would friends are those who stick to me. for occupancy. $ : .
master. We wish for him much sue
have been considered a high price. Yours truly, Mr. Iverson is having a nice bou,e I

-- built on his beautifi 1 Bay lot. j cess.Mr. Are In the Market
W. H. tfhackelford has 1
Lyman C'haudl-r that
nays one Mr. H. S. Smith has bought two

fourth of the Aftermath of the been a faithful postmaster at Uai'er-: To Purchase _
av ralt family incomeis Wadding: lots on East Main street, and will I {

spent for elothra. Oce fourth of The attendants at the wed.iing commence building as soon u< the viLe for over a year. He has now left tit

the eiif gy of the whole nation goes Wednesday night, after leaving/ tinreception contractors can get the lumber. and is making his home near Ocal Timber Lands \

into :clothes-beuee the subject of went to tbs Armory to.. Mr. Casou is having a new store with Mr. Turner.e : I

clothes The dance until train time. At 2 o'clock Mr. Marion Hparkman aud son,
a moat important one. building erected on Main street, nee

comciousuesd he says of having a .. they went to the depot. Imagine door to Mr. J. J. Lambs. David of Maple, are visiting relatives : Grazing Lands

dress-waNt that is not bunchy iu the their surprise to learn that Mr. and Mr. J. J. Lambs': new millinery store here.

back lends woman a peace which Mrs. McKean and Mr. and Mrs. Miller opened np last week and quite a nice Miss Lulu DeSi.se is visiting reala : Orange Groves I

religion cannot give. bad eluded them by escaping in a line of hats was displayed. tivesat Gulf junction.

closed Mr. Archie \. Brass made
carriage. They drove out to a flying
'Ihe inside work on the Methodist I
Mr. L. W. Johnson. Ii
Anthony distance of eight miles i trip to Lecanto Sunday. fcjomethmg
church is almost finished and gives s
Attention is called to the advertise. :
to catch the train at that point and the church a nice appearance. seems very attractive down that way. WE HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES. WE HANDLE
went of )Ir. Lott W.
|Johnson, pro- thus escape the attentions usually) I Wander what it can be?
Our telephone exchange is completed IBtpSTON
prietor of the.Lake City Machine I DIRECT FROM THE OWNERS.
bestowed on bridal couples.Of and we have a "central" here Mr. F. B. Turner, of Oeala, was in
shop, and one of the largest dealers
Gaiterville last week and
course the attendants were instead of Braidentowu. Our town partook of .
in UHW and i second hand
machinery "sold," but resolving not to be outdone id now in touch with Tampa, Braiden- the sweet things here.
iu Florida.
Mr.Johnson makes by two brides and grooms, Mr. town, Palmetto and quite a numberof Old men will be boys again, or, at FENDIG & co. i

a specialty of F. L. Watson and Mr. John Taylor other towns. least, it looked like it Sunday afternoon ,

buying and selling engiue3,:boilera volunteered to follow the couples, so Mr. Maxwell and Mr. MacKall, if playing ball is any sign. Brunswick, Georgia. Jacksonville Fla.
and all clashes of second hand machin UNCLE JOE. 1
they were sent off to Jacksonville S
came in on their private car and spent Telephone Building. Opposite Dual HcU
This business
ery. has grown to large loaded down with old shoes, ribbons, here. LIFE AT MARTEL.
Sunday Tney them

tICal".. A rant.specialty. etc.! tor is mills made, pnospnate of locomotives placard, hearts, etc., with which I selves as being much pleased with Syrup and sugar making is in full :......................-=

to decorate the Pullman and with
mines, etc. our town. blast. The yeild is fair and the ......
quantities of rice to shower the .
Quite a number of the officials of -
Mr. Jsohaou is one of the state's quality good.A (
couples.So the S. A. L. in r
came afternoon
most mecejisful bU>4IDl'ij ;:men is Thursday number of our farmers are waiting
the joke after all is on the brides in their private car and OUR REGULAR PATRONS
a cool to
large real estate owter ia Lake City, and snap slaughteringtheir
grooms. Picture their surpriseand the afternoon on the
Bay fishing, .
interested in the Seiuinole LumberCo hogs.Potatoes

upauy and other industrial enter chagrin on boarding the train at leaving early Friday morning. are small owing to the dry Know that our goods are of the best quality

prises iu his hone town. Anthony to discover Mr. Watson! and The fish business! is quite an industry and workmanship and that "our prices" art-

_. - -_. -- '- Yr. Taylor lying in wait for them here. From fifty to seventy five fall.The working of the public roads is much lower than charged elsewhere for simi-
A telegram from Mr. McKean lar quality. Send for our
yesterday barrels being shipped daily. Also catalog. Mail or-
progressing nicely. ders promptly filled.
morning announced their safe selid care bulk fish. The business
oyster -
Thomas Simpson, contractor to repaint .
HolidayFREE arrival in Jacksonville and one was a
13 also a growing industry. St. Johns church and cemetery
received from Mr. Watson
saying Several thousand crates of tomatoes fence, has begun painting, aDdis mak
4 c
that he and Mr.
Taylor started the
and beans will be
shipped from here ing a nice job of it.

brides and grooms" from Jacksonville this month. The local market is Rev. B. T. Rape will preach his ,' 1 ,
already supplied with fine vegetables.The farewell sermon at St. Johns church ,
At the reception Miss Valeta Potter j
farmers around here are pre- next Sunday. Let
everyone come to p i
drew the dime, signifying that she: I| 9h
paring to plant quite a large acreage church and greet him with their)

would marry wealth; Miss Vioet'i of vegetables, cantaloupes, strawber- -,,
Inside each pound package of Harris drew the ring, meaning that I ri'M and celery. presence.An 1

I I she is to be the next bride and Miss The Camp Phosphate Company is interesting meeting of Friendship

I[ preparing to plant several hundred Lodge No 53 F. and A. M. held
Eloise Miller
Lion found the old
Coffeewill maid'sthimble. | the IUh in order
!r acres of cane, rice and celery. So to suit the businens

i you see we have live town here. members of the lodge, the time of

I J Mrs. McKean and Mrs. Miller presented meeting was changed from the second 1
be found a FREE I fi euro a cold in ono day ,!
game. their attendants with beautiful Saturday of each mouth, 2 p. m. to .

60 different games. All new. I Ti.St Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- { Friday 7 p. m. on or before each full
silver belt
'I I pins. il j lets. All druggists refund the Let all interested
At Your Grocer's. money | moon. take d"e THE
+0R SALE.-Roller Top Desk Good as new. I if it failes to cure. E.: W. Grove's jt notice and govern themselves FLOIIIO1 OSTRICH( FARM Iqc.

I 11 l Call at chi.orhce, it 19 1[ s ignaturo is ou each box.-23c: cordingly. -. -. ac-l Jacksowille, Iora'

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GRANITE SHOWED Result of Times Union Contest I

The i-omplet( count "f the ballot j S. A. STANDIEY, LEE MILLER, ;

The Misses Bullock "Showered"Saturday in the Times-Union! voting contest for

: THE OLD RELIABLE Afternoon. World's Fcir Commissioners: and Assistant S. A. STANDLEY & CO. {

-, at the elm* of series 21UO<>,
Saturday afternoon Mrs.! F. L Wat- showed the fo'luwinj' results: t

!ion entertained Mir L"ai UalJock: Middle\ and West Florida-MHSMuni
Livery Feed and Sale Stables
and Miss. Marie I Bullock with a ,
? TaY. Ran Jail, of Suupala, first t, i iI

of ''granite l'iHI\"t'r"! The affair was with 17,710; MiisLuU Ulrna Bird, of
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chira.t..riz..t bits delightful informality Monticello, ::!second with l5i, '5; :Mi-s
We carry the most completeline t
aril was a iuo, t plrasautone.'
tf'lIa"aJ: r, of Greenville, thud,

Mr Wauon wn. aMiUtwi by Mr*. with 9,470; Mi-s Mary Line, of Mad-! of Harness, Saddles, etc ,
Mallory LHdon. Only the youug iiJii, (fourth with 9.::);. in central Florida, and will give ter t .

tasty lUieniliiits lA.u.t a few others of Wt-st Co:i t-Sfisi: t era E. Harris, "
the lowest
i our patrons very >}
f the unmarried set were present. of Ocala, first, with 16,994; JirssAgnts: :

Each jra..st brought with them something Rogers of tit. Petersburg, <*coa:: l, prices.. We are thoroughly 1,

in granite ware for the two I Ibridt"s. with 16,651; Miss: SreJU M. Peter, of equipped for fitting out turpen- $ I
Thre were pott aid pin, Leesimrjr, third, with 12,608: ; MKSMary [j i
tine and lumber teams, gear, t }
: pitchers, platys and stp-wn- of every \Y rtlU\nn, of Citra, fourth, { lJ

I description, the di-pUy of ;rauite with 11,913. wagons, etc. i
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i ware being most ehborate. Each :Rut Coast-:Miss Lillian Thomas, t
We always keep on hand a full line of Columous and Summers
01 piece of grauite Was d
piece of poetry I written by the I Miv Eiilh G. Pye, of Jacksonville, Busies and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmJWagons.V ; i

douora. All of the rhymes were ex- second, with 74,367: Miss Ada G. >rth Side Court JIon..t" Ocala Yin

:1: ce.Ieat and WH read uloud affording Brown, of Jacksonville, third with

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followingare 57,3-jl ; Miss Irnie O. Irvine, of Lake I I

Absolutely Pure samples' !' of the poems: City, fourth, with 54,901. II I I -- i iI

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Lena Put it to dear good, accept use whenever this pan.you can, The contest will close December I Next to Man i
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May peace and bartnouy with you prevaJ,
$103 Se-ffari 5io
And peas and hominy never foil" !

"I tender you this little potAs The readers of this, paper will be Comes His Underwear! ,

r _-_ ----- -- mv Qouatioo to the lot, pleased to learn that there is at least I : .
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\:raw E.::ASSTZ: SASSIS, Lal 2iitr i Mrs WhitnYld and her daughter, : O Showered)granite pans on you and by pots jour and loving plates mates, one dreaded ditatbat science has : And for this reason it should be of good quality. A stiff 1

I Miss Sara \Vhitfield to remainin : A new companion soon you'l taLe. ; heavy cold suit of unerwear i? about the most disagree- .
expect .
r been able to cure iu all its stages and
I : For whom you'll boil and try and bate. able of sensations in cold
lPPEHINGS ABOUT TOWN. ChaU permanently. This will be : When you are going to cook rice that is, Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis s many unpleasant especially t
j I l weather. "We have on sale now of the best MEN'S
good news, to their ininy friends b..re. something equally as nice. the only posithe cure known to the some J

-- -, I i pray of you.my dear Mane, medical fraternity. Catarrh being a ; UNDERWEAR made America, and the prices are not 1

O.cr Roller has gone t > I'aUtka i PANSY PL.\o.--rs-l0OOO( tine l..hnt; Use this gift and think of me." constitutional disease, requires constitutional !j high eithernvhich we shall be glad to show you if you i

[titter the railroad serviee.Ii..ASLaudleywear. I 15 ruin per dt-z-'ii ; :1.10: per hundred: "To Mane, Charlie's Queen of Hearts, treatment. Hall's:: Catarrh will! drop in our store. After you have examined
leidmg to Cupid's darts
Gracelully >
.1U .. In the parlor as charming as Mary Queen olIn : Cure is taken terually, acting i our stock we have no fear of the result, if you are in need ,
Cincia-- j j Scota. directly upon the blood and mucous '

Bill Monday to punhte hor:;es. | M. C. Ijoo-iey !\lvllitll* sau, the kitchen, ruling 'is Marie Queen of pots." surfaces' of the system:! thereby destroying I I of aiiythmgin our line. :; ;:

f I George, rt'turuefl Sunday from a My: dear little Max, the foundation of the disease -

: There will 1 be bore racing at the ; week's, vi-it toMr-;. oneyTs pireut.-, I btnk When'Charlie he with tax: and giving the patient strength I The W, J, Chambers Shoe Co I 1 i
is cross
I I drlvi'Jg park Thauk.giringafternoon. Mr. and Mrs. \V M. Nel-ou, in : And tries to be boss. by building up the constitution. and I Opera House Building (Ocala. f
I its work
nature doing
assisting in
a I
J Just snow him what you can do ,
J tcksouvjii.Mr.
| There were several cane grinding I By .makinghim an oyster stew The proprietors have so much faithin --

'"- Friday awl Saturday nights. II I I.i In this little pot, its curative powers, that they offer
$ parties Nf. L. Pratt and Miss Ma:!s'ie Which I'm sure is the best in the lot. -
I One Hundred Dollars for any case:

Mr aDd Mrs. Henry Long, of I Groom, of Danaellon, were married :I I I Alter reading the poetry a guessing that it fails to cure. Send for list of THE CLUB HOUSE --I

cM+ttll, were pleasant visitors to this Saturday afternoon at the couitfet was the next feature of the testimonials: Address: -- _._ -- ------- J
I Methodist by Rev. J. A. I F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Etity MondayMr. parsonage ; afternoon. There were twelve rebuts '-
Sold by Druggists isle.Hall's ; .
f Hendry. I representing some s.'ingol of
J. A. Jordan came up from ; well known men. All of them were Family Pills are the best.A Cuisine First Class. Hates{ Reaso able. '

Tampa rod spent Hun,lay in Ocala Mrs. Hardy C. Croom, formerly MuaSally Price.Messrs. .
the 1 ili.II.nd ;
guessed by you i': on
nlth big wUe. Bell of this uty, i quite ill .
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fever at the home of cutting tor the prizt'Ib'! Harris, was I Ii Daly anti Kraaskotf: proprietors Refurrjisrjed Tqroug; out Special Rates by Month
with typhoid
down to I j the winner( a handsome bouquet of of the "Mane Farms, who
Mia Mattie went
Joseph Hon. aud Mrs. A. C. ('room in Tallahassee. I
of fall
are engaged in the growing
C14arwater Saturday to visit fir a few chrysanthemum
friends here
{weeks with friend.. Her many I Refreshments were then served vegetables and whose shipment of -I 1
hear of her illness.Mr.
be grieved to ;:
I Mrs. \Vat ou'.s gue-t wire MHS' beans and cucumbers have already iiI-ts. TlH_ J. BARAKS, PROP _

Mr. J.J. Walton, representing these Bullock, Miss Mine Bullock, Miss I been noted in these!,! columns, continue I _._c
Israel B'ow.i, Ais.! Gertie
;{! French Piano Co., is in the city Alice Bullock, Miss Potter, :Mi-a Ford, I in good luck. Both season and I 1
)Ir.V.. A. Hargraves and
fud last the Palmer House. Miss Weathers, Miss", 1'iatt, Miss Violet I II prices are propitious. When they \ I
Mrs. Mary Har4nve+, of Jacksonvile !1T--------- 1
.tThe EIIs- --- i Harris, :Miss: Gary, Miss Tajlor Miss began shipping the price of beans was i
} are baying: their rooms i ,are applying for letters patent O i Goingria k f
I Mamie: Taj lor, Miss SiiK-kir, MisS :: 2.50: per crate and cucumbers $S. j jpt'f I'm Home
[In the Ze Butt'building fitted up for the incorporation for a wholesale I
I ::with, Miss Pereda, Miss Harris and crate. The latent advices now i
[moat hand.omt'ly. bu-iuess, which will be operated !
grocery from Js k"ol\'ill" All these )1 r,;. Liddou. are that both vegetables' are bringing I I Ito Nothing: Doing Here in i Florida!

Mr. J. M. Barco: went out to his I I "-1.UO per crate aud they are advised Ii
1 citizens of this
[farm at Cotton Plaud Monday for a1I'ttk' parties were Stepped Against a Hot Stove. hasten shipments, which they are
c.Unty. nee Pittman & Son have received -
f *vacation.MU A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Keiisou, I doiug.

Mr. W. E. Fo-uot, of Weir Park, was i when getting his usual Saturday I l i A that big line of fine heaters. t

.aM Fraser, of Saginaw, JUST WHAT YOU NEED. have all kinds
They of heaters
r some partI
in Ocala Monday having night bath, stepped back against a I

Michigan, U the guest of )Ir. and i I of his boat machiuery tixed at theI red hot stove which burned him se- and none of them are of the "luke
)lrt It Q. make for the winter. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
I foundry. He requests us to ask verely. The child was. in great agony Tablets. warm" brand. \nyme using one

t through the colutus of the Banner and the mother could do nothing to
Mr. C. 11. Mathis, of Blackville, 8. When you feel dull after eating. of their !splendid: stoves will haveno
that persons having docks on the lake him. Remembering that she
C,1 U in the city on business sour When you have no appetite. trouble in keeping as warm as
will have same fixed up so that his had bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
lIetted with his melon business here. 'I a When you have a bad taste in the is necessary for human beings: to
steamer can land at them as the same TUhu in the house, she thought she mouth. be in this world.

I '. 6U Cilhenue'a Guild of Grace I II will soon begin making---regular trips. would try it. In less than half an When your liver is torpid. That's heatini'em some eh!
I 'Eplllt'Opalrburl'h will hold their au- hour alter applying it the child was
"I Monday afternoon Miss Lena Bullock When jour bowels are constipated.When !. Get Tour prices and see the quality of our goods,
" nail Lanr on the evening of Dec. quiet and asleep, and in less than two
and Mane Bullock entertainedtheir you have headache. and we will be satisfied with the result.
[ cond.Mr weeks was well. Mrs. Benson H a
four little flower and gate girls When jou feel bilious.

: *. Mimfo I Howse-Stovail Ucontrituilug : most pleasantly. After playing for. IUt well known resident of Keller, Va. They will improve jour appetite, : J. A. PITTMAN & SON. I
I Pain Balm is an auteseptic liniment
[ Home very interesting hour or so they were treated to ice cleanse and invigorate your stomach, 1 OLD B-\ZAltBUlLD mOCALA.,
I and valuable for burns, LA'I'I
especially '
"{'hAt of the Waihiugtou Lottie to cream and cake and as souvenirs were and regulate the liver and bowels. _

.. the Tiw\1I.Uuhm. given little baskets done up with pink cuts, bruise and sprains. For Price 25c. per box. For sale by all

I sale all druggists and medicine druggists and medicine dealers. m
I' __- 1 1I and green ribbons' and filled with bonbons by I

I --.IM l'1ILlt, who has been spend- of the same colors. dealers. m Mr. Isidor Schwerin, head of the : OCALA FOUNDRY '& MACHINE WORKSOCALA

I 'lot; the past two mouths with rela- I
with C. Rhei-
A Southern Woman" in Washington.We clothing department FLORIDA.
Ute m Kentucky and Chicago, returned Clements is the new postmaster ,
I. Mr. C C. begin today the publication of a nauer & Co., who has been quite sick
home Saturday.; Parks He was in
at series of letters from the pen of Mrs for some days at his residence in the !

Ocala Monday fixing up the necessary 'ward much better BOILERS 0 ENGINES
who is developing
I Mrs. Robert Taylor and little sou, Mamie Howse-Stovall, fourth was very
Mr. W. E. FO -
JW Monday official papers. into one of the most. pleasingof Monday. Mr. Schwerin belongs to
*rt't'ut, up to Atlanta resigned iu his favor in order to favorable Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
to consult Dr. Calhoun a;iiu about ;. southern writers. Mrs. Howse- the "old timers" and Sawmills, Saws---circular and drag, Belt
his boat
: the little Mlow'. eyes.Mks devote his entire time to Stovall is spending the winter in condition will ba pleasant news to his ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of
waters of beautiful -
which now plies
I Washington and her letters will be many friends.
Pansy tiouter returned to lake Weir. This boat will prove particularity interesting to the peopleof JIILLII.tNl> MINING SUPPLIES.

{l&in,*vHI Sunday to continue her of great benefit to the orange shippers Florida as they will note with Joseph S. Thomas, of Fort McCoy, ..

Studies at the East Florida Seminary and others of that section. particularity the part taken in national lost $135 in greenbacks, four $20 bills, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
five $10 bills, and one $5 bill with a
I after .
several visit at home.
days-- ---- A Polieamin's Testimony. affiiirs by our senators and repre receipt from W. H. McConn for $3 ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK !

, sentatives.
Mr. aud Mrs. Veruou Clyatt and J. X. Patterson, night policeman of wrapped around them. Lost in the -
will also describe everythingabout
Infant sou returned Sunday from Sl.Sbuala., writes: "Last winter I They road from Ft. McCoy via Silver '

\readla where they have been visit. had a bad cold on my lungs and triedat the national capitol that will Springs to Ocala on Wednesday p.m. 1
least a half dozen advertised cough be of interest to the general reader WHITE'S CREAM
1Dg rthulvw for the past few weeks. Oct. 25. A liberal reward will bepaid '
medicines and had treatment from giving graphic sketches of important WORMS !; VERMIFUGE! !
without getting any to finder returning same to '
Mr.y.. II:. Sinclair returned to his two physicians! recommended personages as they occupy public at- BOIl iD Qtw1111J. Best U Q1IaII7.
benefit. A friend 116 w2tfOLEysnONIYANDTAB
home la Mobile Alabama, MondayHe Foley's Honey and Tar and two thirds tention. owner i For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. I IROXa

stopped over here a couple of days of a bottle cured me. I consider it %:>> BY ALL DRUG G'X8'P6.:
medicinein FOLEYHONY TAR I Prepared byJAMES F. BALLARD, S--t. I IpuJgWVW -
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(,. {{ ;J ;-1-; ..;-- -- -""'-" E J + Stees. b 1U." ,5..Z. Sloes the Ems. s...yes aI!
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& X*7-3 J. -=, _- vwi.r IhM. L wiI 2t *: to tb 'e EL Aaa.uue ;{ tit1'T .. &2. b"'f ....... t"jcr ItCois. It Soo.cz.. t:, --c.Ss.d .
ai.d : .. : .; ;
r..H4aruq Ih oamis+T 'adrlfpthd aae -
"" / '. "s.aer usdra er .=tJubrw eotsty wie fwai1iN:4 ; tr."y !JIsc.. Sc. J: sc : .. ..: a.. ::.
rr. Jc? fr : Setae ; Dar.1 IUy : "..:;; ": ; ; 1M 18.4lf Ie eiE+>a# M the...... !DIca : .
-v .. that D.e ail Ml ia tb rr *t ills eIt a.blf 4, ::. a FOR SAE SYi Mp.-'I: :; ?. '" ':':L :'c-f.

kits'fKegihe. gateeraatatsei lfa DStD.t ;a.* dM7 have i. tic_",.....-:0 t s- ,= aiery of ouao .tH' ei c:..L .-:
F.ii16'-1 w steiL'C o/-IX W rCrs .tr -
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beat V.Al.a:4 SAMS L&e fed as tsitec -..* B.t' 'e b kw tea, 1 frJC .eurige die dT-eiapa e.t of fee ] Dr. Liofd'Aodrtw Jf CIIJ t.mat. 'Yif,. :au': -

teyOa:y Se :st1r'Z'wt'aIl .iIttO dYlty b'4o Die e> ery Dato.b of the city aQ Iteoesty. j Ism; with a.dcirr. lwdnl :: -
13 crs'!] ,
szs sat,rte will be at, 3eprat-d'st: sue.Core'men h..1 !tar;-* irT *jr OB the treat fairy ; I STRAi1SS'rTi !
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fc eari is i ci U"4rt IAIK:' already hdircity taie-Kio Prigm and the 1i ixaed ; -;, I --
: is 5ttyon ': ; ears-die R.eee3 pleat woes the} --
MlI 't" ;;". JI'm: IaI; :: .14> iM et i j ::1epmoiDbr. Oiber feature* .,f ils8 : ,

aI .o;: -r t.- fttkrka. Witfcbrtlluac pee ktca db?+r'1i.8, st3.bia that _.OW' aanraaiiy ishaoM2ht .1j ..ura.Chr'.,..... DUfa'rf' are : ; ROYAL RESERVEFour ] i
xYg artily ar--. i I
if* sic i i- 13 gals as ::::.triety gteiek ya-stilton ud ...oaderfJttst.7ity SesL A.g.S froce outer ]1 sr1!* t>; fester Kovbe, N. iLaowinMuoee.ad ; :--- .

!rat triaarksE y-: ra 7. ::w: Lill 4irlaaes .yo.br mart. a Ma *e by'she R aerd' aid tarnert intolitiaiitc J J. C. RttDB5i*, and thud 1 i
3wt *2 eTJairatta j t if -.t.r. ?: -e-s
s ;''1ht. r.AI :;; -=;:; rer2. disBn k of trade. It matters iacLaUmeot of Tbe Eroluuoa >/ a < Four Quarts

y Y'iilliCtL'i'i.x rt.tlrr; r ara ae:: ..srte..It.la hr u C.S n.u: :psrkiat, H look lr"'!. to &e drsioeritte party of I Clot>> Woeiuia: ," the rbl wrrbleD : ;oi Deliver, .tJ.50

:.':; .s r:' lip f6 tall rrtxa1 by bIIIh dettataar4 mif 0UG0I11oO)DOW'bo ii -chitaul j is eia-ing OdI eouamet in f"mmtne ; 1 r tQ l$ti

"ja-SSTttia. ... ;..Aa'r-rA :"t'prlf6.au. HeSi Ii tbor eablyrsaN tbU, ufets it ib ratiz.,1; that the deb arefc-v ExqI ieite color worn is l ';d
vat sa, hwr: ? mr
s_ !$-41 4r.e : a ,t.-i1.b e Jl'>ii.l jj tr.a Itheord: h4 it ill tia". b:-a ic the I exhibited m the fiwr pager kprcM"nx.- :

...' :,- _" -". .,-i" '::A.f lCr t bD .s per ia Ik* COIDIIU* r4ouasaM : *1reutostof the Uriit- for the ci trio- i, log babyhood, childhood ;:rnood I II I 9 ?t } }

:;"yeti iii! ;;;..;-cr".; .;i".i.e;iL: 2 wt#j at .lti-t to do. He ie tar enue awan--. national, Hate and I It8IIDtf. .I aDd aJoUiertiood-Uie work ..f Ber- ,'I, '.&.._ J t .;-t.'J' STRAUSS' 76'AFULL t .

V'hs ; 'v.-t right matt in the right ffate aod and Stan alv*ys been at the nand ..J. fiomEeytr-iirfl m Ja rs i iiuterprctatioo :-;:;-- ":'"' .
.. )i. (. i ter I ar_ ,.:
r.tarard 'ice with eMtmaod of tile d-aaoeiBtie exeeotiv t.'1; L- : s
.taoGd (+E tttzt I Gaaua' of < hlO:1 i
j j5enB.
J': Is
a muillv vows eommiUiM of Flonfla and Jd'. flute poems 1 nY octal i .,.. :. Jt "Tile cuje4 -

THE CITY BEAUTIFUL e s e n s &t. Jobna eoooty, for wtiiefa it hw Town. Ve *of tie iui Skit '_:11ZLri.' .. "' ::'::.}.: ,. __ af

4-9 .
The pmt or -r.rJ1" ae be if.siliar1y / never RIIeind! or sdud a cans ia re ( '
ttr sad pet-tel articles + : i
: appr>hria c: / j ;! / -
u 41u. ti4t1A1 II Mu.Tn.WIITB e.Uod, prima W.JiriOK to tarn. j the 1 1i SCf f QeGiTS )
aeatsoa: ;;:id replete nh u :trt:5t- f 6 00 -
1 CUIIUI s HUH. etttb wWa Uk vtatbef ii tGe. In warning tier aaaoente uf this I i tag and helpful informauoo round e T1 D5U c2EDEvery s \j:. .

Th,,1.We Reform ehreh an lath county .( the fieewd, bet i eeHr. I out tile ncnibrr. I I _

ruing SutJ-hnu Bsa Tat: t9 etred sad U, where iM wotat..pi. is aijcWnt. Flwrjer lurDiIIwd the money to I Don't fail to seesre a copy of this

tilt flsn4a tkLratine-The Pre$- pinio, iitte !bar h. Asy of eai6abliu4 it, Mr. &n* f k4 to rata i exeeileut number.

idaet Ks., 'rf* Li5li and the Cfeak e&OKftMt are Mipenor tt it, tar ditertnee iMII.ee: u the aDd bottle of genuine

vhert! its Warships.WaabiDziao and tae p. tof w a abort Kufedoi&p; himn.lf fJO tar ae tip political atUL4deaar I Whers Lee's SUUita Should be i

kUo4 who baA to Maud on a 11(00118 +eoaekrawd H z e.ocd very trainfnli Erected.
D. C 5or. 12: 1S03ff'Ol
each the top of the B bUDd., both ; havetid that be never Hipporl- Rtovall, of the jsavaanai: Press, Pabst31ue 11
Tat9* Etitarrat tk (JQa gloat
concluded adares before the
p.rt'V.ht is do|0rnt sad puerfai rda Mate piatfum LInt be dido't aa
Waei 4a Jch "the eily bsuUfi1, f
rRUQ 20M k rnoeh tdoved. Thereto *nte anneal/ or a eaadtdate Daaghtera of the Confederacy, un the !
1. nw'ev th r 'VJfQr no Hioir and tlae muM i" very or *hose Do niaauoQ he did not diet.itc. ave eubject aa follows:
U9rld load lJ.e: e Qt"r ,,( ptJli cal I i
l'.1 dinary. Tt prwud..ra'* pew is the While, on theotb hand, toe Reeord t I ITh n, in the beans of the people 1.:
a,-t : I I I let hu statute be ea hrmed. A noble Ribbonbears
I % e' &1 one oa the kft aieie. iuce has: ae*j/tfcl in griod'abth! every den-
dtk.c\.tIi: every Ul,: in tie | nee. will walk with inspiration filled
heir rfetara Ui the fitthe other OIr- tie platform a-i rapport o&l&a Late: s.'riTfel,&iyl in i to1chI', and all their wealth and: greatne :ij
membra of hi Uncihj have cot attended ddnrxutie nominee linee it first j reflect glory upon him. He led their
after the prfeiimiDanm of bpeniug
*rrkK Afu-r the teen;; icUoo U!)>.ue. It might; cot be aoiiaa to add fathers to the bastiona bright with the trade-mark "Pabst Iil.vaukee"
sad se Vctln% Alcmil'Jttaifa, the Cisuric
and in defeat's dark hour
i-t prooou&eed, the p will
hal of the
great down to the railing, hakea tandd wrrvite in the democratic ranks, theeditor gave them more than conqaerer'ssteady \ in a red circle. In the
ril.t and rsftrUnu- with the t kq'n >- poi, He pointed them to
with the pmident, who tarns and r.f the Reo<,rd baa never voted
daty man's feubiirnest work. He
.a of JUt sifted Etatwrnto.Tlehrtir as
: r, saute chamber, corri- and mirehfc out in doable qikk time: any other except the straight democratic I taught them moderation in their tnarnphs making of Pabst Beer

while the con: r ?itioQ riaitaijktaodin ticket, although in hw tightYUl't and patience in fi iction'8
dory haU4 4011 dilfcrtat psrtmfntit
;:. fu iekmto t.e always in of residetce in Duval county, night. He urged them all to combat The is
lava to en'te4Qtly thorougbly tenrrrand. while' the battle etill was on, and barley right
a harry, and daring the ,on, txrvieeUadd it wad necesMury more thin once to
The Urge marble eolaa.ll when the 2s. war furled he pointed
fret on one foot and then oath vote against men put up by Mr. Barr of The hops
hue kfD wrntb'1 until they ;.dram them to unqualified acepUnct are right
other, nayin bin body Itmilar the fat. Your comrade
with whlttnMIII; the mural deanstiuna ? and but friend in opposition to tnnr country, ,

have: brain fltlJuL sad rl"'lu1l.1. to marking: time. democratic nominee.. Augustine eallll! you Hill ; rebuild, reanimate the The water is right

Further eoaimenU: will t e given Pot darXe&ed; wi.tle-1, spotaa! <1 upe)n anrwtr
td; nf'N imported carpet. awl rug; etmt. boris r-nr a fiction nutilrr thin The is
r later. MALE: }fWE-TVALL. plant right :.
aril tlaratit veGurs hangiagt j gives TIle Strangest of All Beliefs. the ..:d."

U.t: LuUdinc *a Air of grandeur And Dr. Tend, head of the Korwhan Beauty i ib<,ru in the blood.
Qeil That'svhy
's Big Fair.
magn1f'zi a from t.a.4<=ment to dflrLt.I .--yjcifety, which owns, large oily of Beauty is more than "skiu: deep."
y. W. Ridrtell billed for one week: It U blood t I.most novel' and inUrb: >UC: to land blow Fort Myers, in Lee county _r.
o( gaiety in kil\ rinnmif Nov. 24: tainted by dL-nu- the flesh will feel it
study the m h*aLt:n of the govera- and oa which it expect (..'> build a
ana the skin will sbo#I it. sallow or
and ending: Nov. 2i.* It is a.1vfrti1fl: --
meLt of thb, the gr ftte !t nation CD city, to be calli-d the New Jeru.'!>ilrm, muddy Ci-mplrxion.,pimple, blcrehes .
Lit the crowningvent In O ala'* ..
earth. One rum aero* many titer rivaling in epleiidor and in numtx-n and eruptions arc only the !:arfaceigDf ,j ...Jbfbeer 'I'Ii

.. dente, from the uUim tthe riilicu- amusement h tory. The lit of at- the City of Z:on i i Bowie's: City u in of impure olood. Face winhw, 11 4T

trdctiooj: are varied and nunerj-w. lotion**, complrxiou powders.
loW The In thier may lii
supreme jud;-4 Florida, and ha-4 on the way herebig a
There i"i be palliate the evils, but they cannot
: to a fi/in Lidy. An
funeral U ,ic eomtre
long, very
plant, a big foundry
heweparer -
di.a.. The is
electric! rhitatre. cure tOe only cure to
A laoshin;( parlor )r
iude-d. No doubt a roy l purple or a and otter adjuncts and -nterpri' eluU\ tbe blood of the poi-anous t !:

LniiUat red w./uH\ have a tendeoey There will be the big Frn, whorl l lL that help to. ani
to wake their ruStc.i often more*at- tU!. Favorite, Will the pet of In the Lniquii" of iu tshff this! in the Itch aud sKm.: Impure s ""It5ZY5.:

i the eihldreo.. A aUtu* turain? to blood can W: abi oluteiy punned by preFr J
I society diheouuu all other reliziou3 I' ;!
life. A temple of mu4e. The the u;e of Dr. Force's Golden Medical I
Ttonet who preside over the
I recta of which we Dave yet nf-l.rd. ,
Discovery. Us totfl"ftt on drab and .
beaatifcl b I
ebitatag :lk. B. ,cotiti*
"d..lIDA, aud other depot !ou, I It does not i believe in monogimie j skin is marked. Hwrts heal and disappear. -
I 'em alive tte.
hdireaieifiaiXjrUQto'! >k, aS if they nor plural marriagifa noi mimages at The fekin fcomes smooth, and Sale: by

thought that it would bt utterly imIwwibfc Prof. BMkj graa-1 dog and ponychow alL It does not believe la the later* I regains iu natural color. The eyes 1!

for the will give ;*trc t parade daily. brighten and eparkie the bole boat
"zrtathetl" to revolve
miniling nor cohabitation of the STRAUSS
AitLout their np,:cul "cog." There will alga be a trained animal Itbclievea in the is radiant with the brightness and I & CO.
Hxer bodily same
obi beauty of health. "Goid n MedicalDweovery"
} 'I'U the numerous !Sentinels, page and that all I
Spiritual: perfection f-ontaius no alcohol,
There will be DO ankh or cllluite
&u i aur,,eaot'at-arm', treed with a carnal appetites can be held under I. whisky or other intoxicaut, and laabwilutly -- -

unarehal air, like the rtrtpoo..ibilityof attractions Everything will be subjection and when the individual free from opium, cocaine We WantEvery

the whole i ovcrameat rented legitimate, than and moral. I and other narcotics. The u-e of Dr. -
upon .. reaeh the fetage of spiritual and i;
I'ierce'a Plear"ant Pellets a"iau toe
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their ..shoulders.SeuatrrTalisferro. hoe Anxious; Mothers bodily peiftfctloa the peopling of the i. action of the "Diseovtry' b> cleansing Every Grower in the State

cot yet arrived earth will be done by the breath of I the hyt! m of clogging( matter.
therefore a feke'eh! of that some!: of the mot aux J>u.i hour ofa To Have Our Books.
the j
holy spirit, and the persons born
chd.iuU-r and iU {AUIOU-: inmate i will aiother's life are thr;,,<* when the of this Spirituality will be perfect and !I A Virgin Camphor Forest f'' .. .I.fHun."F.f.ET t13LE*' ." A minnlex: manual on F r.1.! craw

be deferred until another time. r'en. little lOb of tbd hou e-hold have the According to a con,\Jlar report a --FLORID OR4MJES." Book of s>eciai merest toOnniwFLORIHA ,ro."
thii! perfection of the race: is n.-el:*"ary Tn.\.WUEIUUIBool.let' on ";oii, Vannirt.rnriou C .
croup. There u no other: medicine hoeflMjtiv virgin forest of camphor trees has ana Ft-r'ii, -l
.. ator Mallory, however, is bldin:; his : to prepare the world for the second I zauon.IRISH ,
own and will Le equll to emergency. ia this terrible malady aFoley'a been: discovered in Formosa, It covers POTiTOES.' &x.pact on "Soil Seed, Planting, ESWtoftmzer
any coming of ChrbL Digzins:. stud f bi ,pin? -:
1 Honey and Tar. It id a household oOnjU, acres, and conUina 1::0,
favorite for throat and trees of Iron seven to eight feet in I f"lweN';
Ou opening day threnli a Hatter lung He Could !Hardly Get Up. -
"IDE4L FERTILIZER Book show ing all ourdltfrr oraad 12

or potions and be estimated at ten millions of catties,
expectattcy on every face safely given. 'ThU is to certify that I have taken \e\r told nti rd Fditi..n 01 Above +t Pub-

'l quaint looking rnanogony: desk, For hale by Poet Office Drug; Store. m two bottles of Foiey's! Kidney Cure which at the monopoly price of eight. lilted Sent Free for 'Okln::.

with their useful from ----- teeu yens represents 1,7-0GW yens, or
furnishings, a and it baa helped me more than any
stub to of Points of a Good Hog. other medicine. I tried advertised about ll&JjIJ().
pen pown a piper pins, many WILSON &
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The following the remedies, but none of them
Loth in the house and senate were are points desire Beautiful Clear Skies.

laden with iaboratefloral tributes able in a practical farmer's hog : Fine gave me any relief. My druggist: recommended Herbine exerts a direct influence on JiCKSOXAlLLE!' FLORIDA. .1stESTABLISHED ; -.
Foiey's Kidney Cure andit
I and the galleries were filled with en short nose, dished> face, fine can, has cured me. Before commencing the bowels, liver and kidneys, purifying .

tbuUbtic femininity (row all partsof good width between eyes, eyea not too itit use I wan In such a hape that I and strengthening these organ.-, w..www.w.w..wwwvww..Wyy..w..y..yyyyy..wY. .

the union. prominent; straight, broad back of could hardly get up when once down. and maintaining them in a normal : 1.-> YE \TIS. :

The bin gavel came down with a uniform width from fchoulders to Pietottieedrug store. m. condition of health; thus removing a j HANK BROS !

thud, then 3S3 congressmen: and five hams, bhort legs and fine bone. He If we are to have "protection" the common cause of yellow, mothy, .

delegates were lined up outside the should stand well up on his pins, fat policy ehould be general and no fa* greasy skin, and more or lees of : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND :SEER HOUSE. !

. railing like a lot of school boy!!. A at any age and, if well reared, make i I| voritfrm should be shown.! Because pimples, blotches and blackheads. i 1248 to 125S W. Adams St.. Jacksonville. FLa. r

little boy, blindfolded, drew out the a weight of 250 to 300/ pounds at oranges, lemons, limes, pineapple: 50e.atAnti-SfonopolyDrug Store. m 4 Full rna 11 gnu QU.frao .

numbered balls! one by one, from a eleven months. If the farmer will etc., are not grown in MaHHacbunetU I Refuses to be Comforted. : HnaUngCub $2.65 .
County 290i .
box, which wag handed to the memo notice the character of the various or Connecticut and are grown in Blind tigers: Alachua county are e! Monogram" Maryland" ..20 fin to t
Hall 8 4. :; '5 9.JB -1
bet whore number corresponded with breeds of swine he will find that the Florida, that ia no reason! why Cuba worrying the editor of the Gainesville C Social Drops 4 QO 11.00 ..f

that on the ball. The first had choice most popular ones are those which bbould ship them in free. All or !Star terribly and he treats them to a : EXPRESS PREPAID hareunatyiout we '-:

of seats and bo ou to the end of the ':owe dement to the model of a farm : none should be fed with tbe protection severe scolding two or three times: a
t 4week. : Our reference, 1-5 years suc'essful bu inr>t. :

row. The deuiumU occupy' the er's hog presented above. l spoon.t .-Pcnsacola Neweer .... ............. .--".----...-.......&A.&A"'a-........ ........- ..

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The paper "Of the People, for the People and bv the People.

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; : saz.u1'I1: EiSaiS. Local EditorHAPPENINGS COMPLIMENTARY TO MAKING CCALA A CITY. i No Installment Sales in December.As I Beautiful Florida Home For Sale.

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I THE MISSES BULLOCK.A we expect to nave our entire Buildings, stock, tools, farming

i ABOUT TOWN. In today's advertising columns of force busy in the sales department implements, etc. Eighty acres land,

1 the weekly editiuu of the Ocala) Ban. during December i> acres in cultivation. Good water
Beautiful we hereby give You
Reception Given Them
and good health. Reason for selling
t.. Itr.J. J. TlHi was up from Stanton Tuesday. ner will be found the "articles of Incorporation notice that from December 1, 1903, to
t.. am about to engage in other business.
. and proposed charter of January 10, 1904, no book accounts
For full addressB.
rterday. Tuesday particulars
; from three to
Brown Wear I
A. &
Bro., inl'
or installment sales will be made. t 8.: QUARTER U.S.
04.V.. X. Camp: went down to the Il thirty o'clock Misses Lena and Behind this organization is an array I However, during this period we are 1120tilt wat Fairfield, 1<'la.I .

l( .. I1tlN yesterday.Re Maxie Bullock whose, wedding takes of names-financially considered I going to cut the prices on all our lines SHOES ?

place: tonight, were complimented to the very lowest figure that it is
rt. ovules the very strongest in the county I II I
Arcadia Real Estate!
.. \V. D. with large reception by Mrs. Benjamin pot .ible to sell for, and stay in bu"iness. -
viz: Abe Brown, Jake Brown, Clark-
l the city )e.terday.Mt. If you are contemplating a
|ha J. Potter
j eM ai Ray-Johnson-Company, Herbert A. purcluae on the installment plan now Real Estate!

i K.: A. l', lIy, of Bellevlew, was Mallory Lirtdou and Miss Valeta Ford, Edward Hiller,Z. C Chambliss, is the time to make it, as we positively I If you do, and are contemplating -,

f' traQlaCtllig buc'.uetw: the city ye*. Potter, at their pretty home on Fort R. S. Hall, T. C. Hall and H. L. An will not accept business of this kind the purchase of a pair dur-
Kin* avenue. 1 between the dates above mentioned I. Your wants in this line fot
kid',. .- I derson.L. ing the next two weeks it will
The whole house! dll 10 3t w 2t PITTYAS.3oN'.
Mr.Ju. B. CarlUla bad had another was decorated I L. Meggs, Munroe Brothers & City or County Property r
11 with bamboo, ivy and pulms and the'I I pay you to call at our store and
bad turn and watt reported worse I McDonald, J. B. Martin and other i Strenuous-A la Roosevelt
< i olorgrt'en and pink-which will of the Orange Groves, etc., can
,. laatDilbL gentlemen, who are conducting large A company was organized in Ocala get prices on some goodswe
I be used at the wedding, were also in. be supplied. Special attention -
t financial operations. are also members yesterday tor gobbling up Central are now running out at "
3 lr. Edward Drake, of AUmu' is troduced in the decorations.
of the organization, but their
America. the
I At meeting today given rentaccounts.
tliiticg hi*brother, Mr. Frauk Drake, Mis. W. b. Bullock ,and Mrs. F. L. greatly reduced figures. W'ecan
names do not appear in the articles of presidents for the various! republics

{ y on Camp HigbU. I Ii. I Wateon met the visitors at the door I incorporation.The will be named. fit the family from the baby
{ and little Miss Liddon took
All of the beautiful dowers used at I' I object of the company is primarily For Sale. up and at money-saving prices.
i. the cards. F. W. DITTO
to conduct wholesale
: a
uight were
timed JiogWednewlay The hostewa aud of honor Thirty five acres rich hammockland Come and see us. ,
; furnished by the (Goal Greenhouse guests: I business and in connection therewithto near Ocala. Twenty acres
f received in the parlor. The two operate a line of steamer from under fence and ready for immediate Real Estate and Insurance
cultivation. Good for trucking of all
people. .
brides-elect stood
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a weddingbell l Jacksonville to Silver Springs and to kind Apply: at this office. 1014
TheArcadia News notes the visit of Ocala Fla.thnithii.
made of vines and covered with Chambers -
establish both at :Silver: Springs and J,
Phtrifl Nugent to that oily and says pink chrysanthemums.Mrs. FOR RENT-One hundred and fifty acres of
Ocala large warehouse for the purpose land, suitable for trucking or
bat be owns our of the nicest orange Potter melons mostly under fence, one and a halt
wore an elegant of facilitating the carrying on of miles from court house. House aud tarn on J Shoe Co l
roTw .in that vicinity. lace slid Mrs. Liddou's property. For further information address C.
c_ f brown Mid business. M.Livingston. Ocala Fla. d w 6t Nov i Hakes Kidneys and Bladder R'art

; Mr*. 0. W. Watson sod childrenafurkpndidga gown was a white lace one. With a cash capital of :$75,000( )( and -- -- -

: few days with Mrs.AVtUou's Miss Putter was lovely in the credit that it will establish, will --- Th--1_ = i_ # d

'f)>- sister, Mr*. C. }:. Ab&ou, white point dt' sere over pale green enable the company to operate on a s .

rtlarnfd to Crystal River yesterday Hk and was made decolette. large scale.Snuable.

ifrrnoouMr The Misses Bullock were looking lots have been secured at

! -- particularly pretty, Miss Bullock both points and the erection of the SHOE SALE

>. lUunah Bell, who baa been in wearing pale green crepe de ehene necessary buildings will begin imme

\ all the umtuer, arrived .in
alttmore aud Miss Maxie Bullock a dainty
diately. The lot secured in Ocala is:
and will spend the white tisnue dress.
the one formerly owned by Mr. (J. K.Rcktiiuson .
winter with. Dr. anti )Int. Dan Morgau After greeting tho- in the re.. iv-
I aDo is situated jut south of ---

Smith. I j lug party md expressing the bet of the Ocala Found-y and Machine

| wisl ,c the two charming bniie*, I'
inedlciuetm -
There. rocouith popular i Works. It fronts the A. C. L. to the
a* "'..1,1"* Honey and Tar. It coy the guests were invited by Mi-+ Sara REMEMBERTHE
west, the S. S. dt'.V. to the south and
Ultit uo opiates or imitous and never Harris into the bark: room where
ea-tanda will be built from it
fall. to cur*. For .al" by Post Office trait punch was served by the two spur
lo the SAL. railway.At .
Drug Store.
maids. honor, Miss Alice Bullock
Silver Springs H lot has been
; )lr.. Nathan Mayo of tiummerfleld: and Miss: Johnnie Luidoa. Miss
t securetifronting on the water so the
I: U tptndiDg a few tlijs with her Liddou wore piuk and Miss Bullock shipping facilities will bs admirable. BIG SHOE SALE NOW GOING ON

lartot Dr. and W. V. Xewsom. >te white.
The Itrowu Brothers are capableand :
came up to attend the weddingVed. Suspended: over the punch table
successful merchants and have
oeaday night. was H white silK parasol covered with
built up a large business In Ocala by
ivy and from its center was hanging a ATTHE
Mr*. I). A. Clark and baby and giving to it their coLsUnt attention.
Japanese lautern. This corner was a
Mn. t1ark, .fetrr, MU Bw-le Kel. With the enlarged facilities now at
most attractive one. A great many
ley, after a brief 1'ltllL in the city, the their disposal, it seems that they are
and hearts were used in
pietUof Mm. T. H. Johnson, returned compelled to build up a Urge whole-

to Utrtel yesterday.Mr. the decorations of this: room. sale busiuem" -on a scale scarcely leas BOSTON STOREI
In the dining room the bridesmaid.
magnificent than tbaiof the Consolidated
Ebb J.. Harrn, formerly of Miss Weathers, Miss Piatt, Miss Ford, Grocery Oupany of hckson-

Citu, U now a conductor on the Su- )1iSl"iolet Harris and Miss Miller, ville.

.aDOH aDd San Pedro railway with all of whom wore dainty white Although the Ocklawaha river

btiil covers a territory !;

Allan Rodxen, who for the put bous. Picolr..tJI. on the St. Johns river to

.. fltr. .eekibabeeUBlrk at his home The table was prettily decoratedwith Lake Okahumpka, in the southern We began this sale last Saturday and sold 0\ er coo pairs that day alone.

chiffon aud in the center
continues green part of Lake county and i is navigablefor
Ocklawaha avenue,
on quite lck. It i* hoped, however, was a vase of pink chrysanthemums.The all this distance, this is the first We are selling them cheap [At. Actual Cost] and a glance at the prices displayed -
brass caudlebru at each end of
that ht wUlwwu be convalescent.Cra time that any real etlort has been
the table had piuk shades. The room made to utilize this natural waterway in front of our store will easily convince you of this fact. Come

.'ford' Atkinson, the wonderful was lighted with Japanese )lanterns to the iuterestsof the merchantsof

rWtrlclan at 1'\. A. rttaudley & ('tis., from of ivy draped continue this sale until of
which bung ropes Ocala. now while they last. We mean to every pair
oflrr.OD hundred dolUm for any case ,
from the four corners of the room. This enterprise will give Ocala not
of rheumatism, neuralgia, nervous
|>n.t ration or pain of any kind that The pink and green colors were prettily only a baaing point but perhaps will shoes in our store is gone. They are all splendid values.

he cannot cure with the touch of his carried out in theC'ika and can do even more than this-it Is believedit

baud 11 20 4tV. The soft glow cast over the
dies. will result in putting it on a water

\ A. Herreu, of Finch, Ark., dining room by the lights shaiedin rating, and if this i is accomplished it SHOES FOR ALL !

"' and from the Japanese lanternswas forward i i the
ritri: "I wish to report that Fole) pink will be a lung step

Kidney Cure has t-ureii 110 terrible most elective. making of Ocala into a city.
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ca of kidney InLladder' trouble All during the afternoon beautiful Mr.music Leon Not a Sick Day Since. We have about 300 pairs of Ladies' Shoes which are a little stock worn

that two doctor bad given up.' Fishel rendered "I was taken severely sick with

which added greatly to the occasion. troubl I tried all sorts of
PoctofiW drug store. luMr. kidney that will be be put on this sale tomorrow at 25 cents and 50 cents. Their
--- During the receiving hours the medicines, none of which relievedme.

and Mr*. Jack Camp and MM.lartuce bouse" was thronged with visitors Oue day I saw an ad. of your .

( Camp left yesterday for over one hundred ladies calling, and Electric Bitters and determined to real values are from $1.50 to $2.50 per pair.
try that. After taking a few doses I
Hufflolk, 1'.. Mr. aud Mrs. Jack in every_way the reception was a felt relieved, and soon thereafter was

Camp w ill *i-ud tau days and Mrs.Clarence I most happy and brilliant one. entirely cured, and have not been
Camp will be absent several siok. day since. Neighbors of mine

wrtki vt.ttlug.\ew York before re- You Know What You are Taking have been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia -

.-turuiui howe Mr. CUreuce Camp When you take Grove's Tasteless liver and kidney troubles and
Chill Tonic because the formula is general debility." ThU is what B. F.
awemj-anJed them to Jacksonville.Mr plainly printed on every bottle showing Ba>s. of Fremont, N. C. writes. Only The Boston Store

+. Abe Brown & Kro. hare received that it simply iron and quininein 50c.: at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

thousand canned a tasteless form. No cure no Tydinga & Co. "-
over a
pay, oOe. Gartrell-Babb.
oud via the (K'klawaha river route, I
and la company with Mr. E. C.rimithMr. Rev. J. C. Porter. The marriage of Miss Willie E. I! MARION OPERA HOUSE BLOCK

Mr. T. A. Babb was
divine lies Gartrell and
Jab 1\I''n, took an automobile The above .well known
his quietly solemnized last evening at 3o'clock
.in yesterday to look iu a very critical condition
the .
to Spring in this city. at the home of the bride, 5.1 --. ........ -' .......-- -
iflrt the same. (io HKU", via the Ockla- home on Ft. King avenue r
sickseveral Woodward avenue, only the family tI
nearly as
w aha river route will town become a He has been very
and pulled aud a few intimate friends witnessingthe

Cuiuiuou thins-with Ocala merchauta. througn times sately and before is hiuelf very ceremony, which was performedby I I =:=3Fern :TT-iTl :Rye EI

A plra..lu< Incident at the services I bouyaut, and the doctors say that his Rev. Mr. England. Mr. Babb and I

at (haet! K.i-i-i.pal church last Hun-: recovery is possible, but his conditionis his bride left on the 9 o'clock train "That Good Whisky "

the presentation of for south Georgia to spend thtoirhtneymoontlalltaJournal. I
day morning wa- alarming and the worst is feared.
service to thechurch I
a wlvrr communion Mrs. Collier, of Tuscaloosa II
His daughter:?,
and I
W. U Jewett
by Mr. and reared
Miss Gartrell was
Mrs. Ala., and Miss Bessie Porter, DISTILLERS -
lotlnirtmembrauceof SONS
family &
the University, in Ocala and was formerly an
In ett, whom deathOeeurrrdouthe who is attending CINCINNATI. OHIO.,
friends in this city
tlgbt of May lat. The service was at De Land, were telegraphed for and this office.. Her STRAUSS & CO., DISTRIBUTORS

:' dedicate] by IteV. H. \V. Little' with the Seaboard train this will be interested in the announce- FLORIDA.
arrived on OCALA,
a Jew most touching, tender Bud appropriate ment of her marriage.
remarks. morning. It


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O woman!in our hours of ease, The railroad commission of Florida

F3AKZ HABBIS, Eiitor. Uncertain,coy.and hard to please, I eminent judiie. What be gays car
baa had existence for i ; Infected Air. h
And variable the shade a legal a con iI i Germ
?. V. Lcaoetsi n s1r.ess Hasajer. made I ries with it great weight, as he is very .
By the light quivering aspen ; siderable uutnt.er of years. Malaria is not confined exclusively to the swamps ,

When A ministering pain and angel anguish thou'wring' the brow. During its life all interior to .vns in highly respited.' 'I' and marshy regions cf the country, but wherever there is

He recently responded to tbe toast, bad air this insidious foe to health is found. Poisonous
the state! -stretching along 700 wiles ,
and the air of damp
and from sewers, musty
and said vapors gases
There was debated recently in the of territory-have been sacrificed to "Incorporated Diihouesty" : cellars are laden with the germs of this miserable d'sease,

Ocala High School a resolution involving the intildiug up of A few seaport "The corporation is here to !!ta!. which are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the

z t&e{ the question, "Which is the !I citi-s. I Him.-tlvf org,nu.-d\ and IIJltul1gt>''i, itUvivi'Zttioa's Wood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then
: begin to feel out of sorts without ever suspecting the
)) ..{ Greater, the Man or the Woman?" The development of these numor, j, vpiy of nuking massesnf you cause. No energy or appetite, dull headaches, sleepy and

and the matter was settled in favorof towns into cities is uup..>sible! on account I men eiitfdiv It already (Uiiinnates tired and completely fagged out from the slightest! exertion 1 ,

the latter. of unfair freight rates-! a large! (pur-ion of tits (it.atq'5property are some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling I '
As the disease and the blood becomes
malady. progresses
j\ Do our readers think that it was For a long time the commis-iou excused aud It? destiny is nut III I more deeply poisoned, boils and abscesses and dark r" J t i I

rigntly or wrongly settled? itself on the ground tint it did iiimim-h but to reach out toil perpetually yellow spots appear upon the skin. When the poison 1S .-,.. ;

Mono: THE P.ANXEI., BELIEVINO All male writers are at least gallant have enlarge. Nece.sjrily! betwe.u I left to ferment and the microbes and germs to multiply in ,_.-. "-?..
Lot and hence
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO judicial power, the blood Liver and Kidney troubles and,other serious complin -. ,,;ten
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS I enough to affirm that the woman was was unable to enforce its deereand: such a potver aa i government there I arise. As Malaria begins and develops In.the blood, the treatment to !be:

BARRICADES tLe last and most perfect: of God's} it asked the legislature to strengthen must ,bs a dost rt-laiiouahip, IoUurig'wz..lly effective must begin there too S. S. S. destroys l'l'I
I the and poisons and purifies the ;;
who thf f.tcl was not ov.-rlotded. germs p"j
creation and places the man
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR its bands by giving to it this! poer, blood, and under its tonic effect the der"'ttlconstitution ed .
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE does not worship at her shrine on a '1 he t-arhest corpora'i II,IH *ere created '
which was done, but compUiuts are rapidly: recuperates: and the SysttII: i is J

BOTTOM ----- ---- --- -- level with him who 'has no musicin made ugaiuat: it just the ';1mt'. by sped .1 acts of the legislature.: But soon clear of aii: sir: : I i thIs depress;;:;'r disc s; t

-FRIDAY- --- -, NOVEMBER'- -- .'O 1803. big soul," aud U fit for "treason, Under existing freight rate, which in the bounding progress of industriallife S. S. S. is a guaranteed purely'e;;tt. hl rtrnedy, mill pleasant a9 j
harmless. Write us if you want medical advice or any special ui I'1Q. j
----- anarchy and spoil" have the approval of the comtubsion, incorporations by net of legislature tion about your CfL. t. This will cost you njthin

Bartow has a cold storage i>laut. Woman's i is the guiding hand that merchants say that it is a matter of became cumbrous and impossible. THE SWIFT SP CC QG., ATLANTA, GA., :

leads the child through the tender impossibility for tuy interior city in It was in time supplanted by the en

Arcadia is well pleased with her aetwent.f Jaws under which,
of and childhood.
years infancy Florida to do a wholesale business in

.new mayor. These are the formative years. The competition with seaport cities. iu the present: state of development, Brick LOTT W. JOHNSON I

The tourist travel to Florida will be years of our first impressions, and the One after another that has attempted alUlOet any enterprise can-except Lime Jf J

big this season. first impressions are always the moathating. I it has either had to go out of business from inquiry into either the reason or -- DEALER IN --- -

tilt basis of its organization-obtain Hair ;
or else pull up stakes arid move

The demand for Florida fruit is "Give me a child" said a great bag and baggage to one of our sea; the corporate seal of some state. Cement NEW AND SECOND HAND i

becoming universal. *
teacher, "until be is tea years of age port ciliw. '

That problem about Ann's age will and I'll make him Jew, Gentile tfHeatlu'n. Illustrating the discriminating "As a mere fiscal or' business tact Ihave Laths MACHINERY

no fault to fin-l with these con
boon become as old as Ann. freight rates against, which our interior AndShingles ,

No only: does the woman shape thf cities I have; to contend we re- ditionsBdt they bliOW, with equal I. -PROPRIETOR- OF- f
I ,
w President Roosevelt still talks about cwaiuty, that, us privu'e -
eareerofthe luauby havim the direction propertychanges
peItau item which we printed yesterday THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.; e
"national honor.
the of the child! but in the gravest : into corporate pri |>trty, the !
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Every .thermae in the second district epochs shed often consulted by the An Ocala merchant said before tae people at large- are withdrawing, in !
iticrettsing" measure" maim ailiteoAership
i id aspiring to be a cougreaaiuaD.Tbtt btatthiaau and warrior and, more Hoard of Trade at its last 1U.. ting Offics and Shops Locomotives Far Sale and Lease. !
in the properties of the
b the frtqueutly} than i is supposed! : i it the that he bad that: day shipped birrei country and, if it goe.sou, this batit.nwill near Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold.

S Times-Union's editorial on "power behind the throne." (.f goods to en. Petersburg the freighton be nolongera: lI1.tiulluf properly S. f., 1. Freight i
alTair is attracting wide and which ;l.i9. The
Panama was freight ou
We are born of woman. We /prow owners, hut will *.eco'ue a uati'iu! LAKE CITY FLORIDA.
a like barrel of goods from Jacksonville Depot.
favorable attention. of her as truly as the fl wer grows of where the lal'lu..ll'lOlerty belongs to .
to !;t. Petersburg: 100 mile further ,
small bor- -
the soil in which it is minority, through meant
i is 9o rents. Anti the railroad
The "theft of I'anama": will take roved largely from the majority. It .-,' .,-- -- 0 ,
can no more from wo commission full force and all "'. / \ '" -
i.s place in history beside the story of escape llu H a ;oigniti ant transformation, one _.\\\ I /f : !
our candidates for oflice have declaredin .\ C-fi ,
"the 19.nit'! ransom." manaudherintldeueethan the tides without precedent, and one that we 2it:; 'lfil5:1a.: r ;
favor of its contiuuincein' \
can escape the influence of the moon pO"t."rWhat may well fear. .. .- ..... ) -
right i has: it to public favor aud :-,..- -
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; '
Proteotu. u a bad thing at bent, or the plant cease drawing its life ; .I-\' k a Tentacle dragon til-health It
why should it not be abolished? 1' Its path
Pont \ "Put the aniztrion! of all corporatioii4 .. more physical! wrecks than probably ar jothi one Ci J .
but when it is levied along sectional the sun's rays. What protection U it gIving the Interior "'' ease peculiar Americans.
on a b.t-'H thai i is: fixed, audabove ; "'I ,r WHY? blJIlpli Cm '
tional lines it becomes worse. As an executive, ruler, economist, cities? all other considerations, simple f; of the malady the tem s usuallll y scourged Indication with t
quinine,or tbat deadly alneral-calomeL
diplomat and general, all are involvedin Our phosphate shippers, our vegetable ant k IJllwl1l,' ; compel them to start! ?j. -'- Don't Do It. Ip. Dangerous. It Isnt at an .'
necessary euner.
It was a bad day when the spinning the management of the household, shipper, our lumber shippers! on assets rE'"Ion able qual to their posture/guarantee

wheel, the weaver's shuttle and the and the home, surely is the strong' all make complaints of one kind or capital; keep them subject\ to iU"I'tttl.m I ,- HERBINE

H- hanks aud iruit i-i.mpanies to PnTUY q4 etaaiNZ I TLT crIB forts
to the any of
ash hopper became! strangers hold civilization Ilk
our another about our unfair freight rate, purely bertaLtnd not a:1 the Y1nu,01 qJiA1oe
i ere now orgauiz-d an.1 I inspected, and e&lom@l-nonl of th!Ip deadly eR.cra 1&
farm. Outside the household woman hasbeen so why should people living in the interior | unl'ertaiuIJ-uot uncertainty oT judgment eorra-tatUUTer 500 per bottle.,kidney All aDd'soineeb Druggist rroubtra

Hastings is growing to be ambitiousit conspicuous wherever her influence favor the continuance of the '-uJ uncertainty repetiug the
?: E
is going to have a new!'psper, haw been permitted.Few commission? facts up.n[ which judgment ac:_ 1

and the fact that E. J. Seymour is to rulers have left a greater impress Every merchant in the interior, disappear. In this way, and in / .

tt is way alone, in judgment,
my can
to be its editor is a guarantee that it upon the world than Elizabethor with whom we have conversed: on the
this increasing glass of the propertyof i ...
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will be a creditable publication. Victoria and the )1 dJ of Or. subject, does not hesitate to say; that the country be brought back iuto

leans" is almost as much of a military his freights are higher now than before the people's ownership. In this way. ,
f Na man should hold<< one office i
marvel a" the hero of Au' terlitz. the commission was! established.So and in ibis way alone, will the i tovernmenl HUBBARDHEADQUARTERS& MACDUFf
while running for some other office.
In the profot'uder realm of religion why should we in the interior be >av -d the scandal of putting
It shows too much of a muchness. its stamp UIKH enterprises that,
woman has played no ignoble
part. Uar shirts for it?
He should first 'off with old" and hilloahiug in many cane, call immediately FOR
From the time of Mary, the motherof
When candidates for office
our for
then "on with the new." prosecution as chems
Christ, and Mary, who was l hut at come around and with a grand to defraud. Cleause corporation of

"There's no polities in it," remarked the cross and first at the tomb, to the flourish of trumpets cay that they the bad reputation t'tat has grown AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

out of our present: policy, and the cure
moment has
Senator Hanna, and immediately present woman been favor the continuance of the railroad
will have been "
Senator Morgan, Ole of the oldest the strong pillar of the church. commission, ask them on what 1.'uwpllolJt-d. !ssnrn.es 1_

and most experienced member- of The Texas Christian Advocate grounds and for what reasons? I n I It''.. t arFtc. isatv.

the committee on foreign relations, draws the following picture of the LosifF1ehWhen I.L' -r--r--t-I .I -'n.1 t 1'1
It is our judgment th-U the candidate : I ___: ___. _

was displaced.We Christian wife and mother: for oflice who will oldy declare: ,.., f'i. i I f 1 r I = j r: -.1: : = .
H:1 -
"There is no blessing comparablewith .I that he favors the abolition of the : r I zs f.. 'I ( I r ----r-f :15 i.-.,....--: .<<. ,-'is .n.p.;

don't know what happened at 1rT ? : t..,. ti
a good wife and a devoted moth : railroad commission will be a win- you can't eat break- r r i i f !(.r'T'S, ( t. 4". /-- ; : IRectr
-- .
of the caudita- '.
the ;
Tampa on day 'J -
torial vUitvtioo. The press of that er. She is God's best gift iO the world. ner.The fojt, take Scott's Emu!ion. ,..- - ,.. .--I- r : '. ",''.f-!' 4;' r- ;.-' ,'---a. .'..- .- '.'..

The husband! may be a man of soul commission has been a failureanJ. When _....-'- :..t"I'- I' t"r..... -'- -,
can't -
eat 1'
city whether subsidized or not got you ::::::1= .. : 0 -
... .. '
disposition and unpleasant habits, P<: ----r._ :=--- -:- -_
badly demoralized anti up to date no a disappointment. *r d butter, take Scott's' 5t,! Special Hoi. Horsend':::;t'e :::1)1: !:
but he can not live with
long a good Says 12 in.or o in. ape: Slavs lain: or 0 ia. =:?_-t
Tampa: papers of Tuesday have yet
true aud wi i lie woman without toningup EmulEi n. When you have
reached this oflice. NO ONE SIDED fARiFF. Made of large, strong high-grade: steel wires, heavily ga',: :.:.::zd.

his: character and adjusting himself Seen living on a milk diet and Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is ,pracc: -:.", r\ rlasting. -

to the threat requirements of his It want something a little Never:: goes wrong, no matter how great a strain :is r,:.tin it
-f! T of nle P@S we are to have "protection" the more i
a home life. She rules and molds him Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, tarn cattle, horses, hogs
policy' should. b-j and take
general no nourishing Scott'sEmulsion.
without his becoming conscious of and pigs. -1
The town crier is a thing of the past .
favoritism should! be tho vvn. Because
but medical methods as old and as obsolete the of her And .
lower ruling spirit. -l
as the town crier are still practiced oranges" lemons, limes, pineapples: EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
in many a country town. \"ocien suffering her children love, reverence and respect To get fat you must eat
from womanly diseases shrink etc., are not grown in Masachaettsor : the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show \ 0,1 how
her. She is the
from the offensive inspiration of Connecticut, aud arc grown in fat. Scott's Emulsion is a i it will save you money and fence your neids so they will stay fences
examinations: indelicate his life and the joy of their circles.
question- Florida that is no reason why Cuba great fattener a great
r ,
ings local,and treatments obnoxious I' <<>v) From that winds sort, of and home into there it there blow comes noadverse should ship them in free. All or none strength giver. Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Economy Corn Shelters, Varw'slPaints

still in vogue with f should be fed with the protecting Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc.
some local practi no poison of jealousy and di-cord. Those who have lost flesh ,
'Ipoon.-Ocala' Banner.
tioners. Any sick 4 \;! Around its altar ithe inc n-e; of want to increase all Ocala Fla-
woman invited to 'i'\, :l That: is good logic, but the trouble body Hubbard & Macduff ,
consult Dr. prayer, and from its soil the flowers
by letter, free Pierce and, ,.;,; of virtue r.nd love grow aud bloom seems to be that the orauges, lemons, tissues, not only fat. Scott'sEmulsion

r so avoid methods ';\ etc., have no friend at court to speak increases them all
which are offensive _. I perpetual beauty and sweetness. To ,
to h '- \ up for them. besides, isn't the Banner
; bone
modesty. All flesh
, .. 1 enter such a place is to breatne the blood and C. I I. GRACE.
correspondence is conceding that protection is a I .
held as strictly ,i1f perfumes of ,) ,
. private ; paradise and to drink nerve.
i and sacredly ,ft-J.! good tbiug.-Pensacola. News. Successor to Central Lumber Co.

i confidential. Ad- .}\ II: \. from the fountains of pleasure. It is It does not appear that the Banner For invalids, for con. Dealer In

. dress Dr. R. V. : a paradise regained and the and Dressed Lumber
. Pierce.Buffalo.X.Y. mother concedes that protection is a good valescents for consumptives Rough Kiln Dried Floorin ,CeiliQ&
t Dr. Pi erce's Favorite -hI'1 ;r\M.r is the guardian angel whom. God lug, but rather that if protection is for weak children and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

r Prescription J y sends into the world to transform its for all Manufacturer of
to be
IS and given on articles of produce,
F- particularly peculiarly a medicine discords into harmonies and to changeits which the consumers in Florida haveto who need flesh, Scott's Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door -

for the cure thistles into ro There Emulsion Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Pulpits School!
es. is no is a rich and ,
of womanly diseases buy, why should not the burden be comfortable
, It establishes love like mother's love, no smile Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
lessened food
by a protective tariff and natural
on products a
regularity, like mother's smile!" receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities aw
i dries weakening drains, heals inflamma which Florida has to sell? tonic.
tion and ulceration sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
cures female Hon. Frank I'
rf Clark
to -
weakness. has
; Bryan urope; now if Scott's Emulsion for bone --
, You have my heartfelt thanks for the kind very plain on this point. Whilehe ,
advice you sent me." writes Mrs. Florence can be induced to take a flesh blood and -
F' Archer, of Eason. Macon Co. Trnn. Words does not surrender his views nerve.
. i till to express what I endured for about eight trip to Japan the democratic situationwill
' years with female trouble. The awful pain that concede that protection as a policy is JUST RECEIVED;
t I had to endure each month, no tongue can: be considerably: improved. We will send you 1:
express. These beanng-dowti! pains, backache: a benefit, yet he declares that if he a free
Neither sample.
of these
:; headache,distress m my stomach and sores in distinguished gentlemen OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
f my breast, cramp in limbs-they have all left goes to congress and finds that thereis
Be lettuce of
sure that this the most reliable seed farmers in the Unital
'} me and health has taken the place of these dis can say a word about the picturein

,r-: trrssingtroubles.It was the beat medicine What caused on earth them-Or.to I'1 leave ne's democratic presidential nomination to be no change in tbe policy he the the form of of label bottleof is OH States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg ,

- Favoritj Prescription. In one week's time I without will act in the capacity of a "friend atcourttl Emulsion wrapper every Plant, Beans, Celery. Beets and all kinds of Farm
began to feel better. After taking sin bottles of widening the breach betweenthe you buy. and Garden Seeds and
the Favorite Prescription audI the local and insist that .
lDg : Florida
t, treatment you advised I felt like a new woman. two factions. pro- SCOTT & BOWNE, sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should ducts should not he placed at a dis CHEMISTS, Corn for spring.
always be used with Favorite ties
tion whenever a laxative is required.Prescrip .' brightening advantage. This is good logic and 409 Pearl St., N. Y.I

everyday. good sen e.-rit. Augustine Record. "' SOc. and $1 I all drugjirti. The Ocala Seed Stol'e ,.


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RATION MAKER. after our own. It has its polithalJivisioDs' 1 --

into stli.tea"lith government ', OTHERWISE.DIDN'T r t 'TRIFLES I IT J

to the Editor of the Ockla Banner.4
like our. Panama was a state HEED THE W AK"I G.
Probably nothing in our tiiitory i asa MAKE PERFECTION
: iu Coloaml.h just as Florida, Georgiaor We regret exceedingly. that Uncle j f.. ( .. ,
nation is HO uuique and interesting .
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Maaacbu-tta are a part of our ( Hank Waitt-ruou lost f3uO the other 'rI but perfection is no
for conversation and discussion as I '
I republic. i night! hut we have repeatedly w TRIFLE : .
event, precedents, mild cHlamities: rD'1 I
Analyze Par ama as a state or independent ed him aaiut the habit ot tai
historic*!, incidents, accidents and) "I
country and what do we'' off the li'uit.-Cotumercial-Appeal.
mir cl', as! the westsioii of the Ute oe IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS
find? Its population and treasure- J i t 4
the one state of Panama from the I I (11
could all be contained within the !! TABiOED IX THE SENATE. .;. That make: this world worth living\ IU :-,A wont i % look, a f ivor sour,
Ur.iitd States of Colombia, by proxy. I "'6.1"" mayeem. trifle, but these j;'I to make up t'ieb, iai-er. If your
limits of Mtrion county and then i\ When \* a man too out to get married words art :and. your looks pleasant and fz\v"r giAiiteuhtrrtully,
d'etat of President Uoo.
It i ha coup : evrlt -
there: w1.till. be room iu this I ? lt'" an juterrMiujj! question, your little Kindness will ne summed up to your credit a? a perfect
-nobo.ty else's coo-da-ta, but his ;I character fur the repirit.
county f..r bsvrrtfl times that but it will never do to refer it tu the
over I If we attend to the "trifles" in the Jes-e French Piano in a cou-
and I venture to predict that if
own, numU-r of ....UUlIltol (or Pajamas) United titstesenate..-Roatou Herald. pcientous way, we arrive at perfection. You 1"110 judge will volunteera 2
he \t\ elected by the republicans! for with I I few kind words and i It may mean a piano site Who can tell? I
all their bduugina..s.: Then in For this :
very rea-on we try please oar customers in every
of the that
the next term pre.-irucy the matter of 1II1'ullion, boil it SENATE RECORD BEATEX.Light I .: ,1 powiole), way, our thirty years labor in the business now show! thousandsof
he wilt have form a coo-da-ta very r1 p -colt!:* as our friends who are Kiyiu r bun) wur-U in our l.-hatf and
ilown to the point of a reasonable lt1ic..rf the Twenty second I enlarging the circle of acquaintance of the Jesse Frem-U Piaun.Vewantjou + .

three months for the en-miuij fouryears' iliutitu aud !see: the result. In. Infantry hiv! just been married and \ in lliicirt'Ie.. \\ by not j julO us:! ? Now is
Peek's Bad Boy will not needas I the Urnp, aUlt you will never regret it. Write to u!! today./
dllln4, half ludutia and quarter: In- Bailed, together with their brides, for .
much watching in that time as the
dUusja! white, rheuhrl'JandPer-: 3Iauia.! That beats even the United I

strenuous! and the on-restless prt-ai- uv lmu.nk. Cau :Mr. Roosevelt felicitte States senate record.-Washington We manufacture and sell only pianos of acknowledged excellence including

dent will. Every AiueruMii citizen I
himself upon the making of
will begin from now on to expect such a UHiiou. STEINWAY STARR VOSE, JESSE

morning before br-akfaat: UNABLE TO DODGE.
news! every
It seems:! to me thtt the proper remark -
of presidential coo-da-ta, and will The nl/itfillJonii1! wave now sweeping
i is: Vfnlythe mountain in its
be disappointed: if full particulars are labors! brma-;. forth rats! I over the Uuite States senate la FRENCH and RICHMOND PIANOS.

not forthcoming t hy dinner time. something that no member of that ,
A marriage by proxy of a woman in sustaiuiu g h-lp. to t the advocating-toctrine and of body al. >ve the age of seventy feels Pianola and Cecilian Piano Players.

America to a man in Italy was hid a able io iol;,',e.-Philadelphia Press.
lI ct'Nion coius a Iou;.: time after the : .

few weeks ago. Perhaps the idea or sixties! but the viudtuttiou! hm Jesse French and Packard Organs

making a nation down on the Isthmus DINE GONE AND DONE IT. ,
certainly Arrived Tue government
Mr. IIOOSrveltthrough Praetcallyspesting ve have done - ,
came to -- --- ---- -- ---
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that fought H forty years ajj! "s lUll destroyed -
that incident. Xo doubt Mr. annexed Panama, and now we iuut"
u, hit seemingly lived to see
be able from the fine, petilewithour own eOU!>i'it'lice. and
Roosevelt may its error trow th'i w point (>f J esse French Piano & Organ Co.
secret, subtle and occult modus: *" i h ftuniio euiim-nt in the rrsinf
the vorl'i.-Briuighaiu: Age Herald.
with which the quick sexes.ion
day and geiicratiou of American .
and quicker nationality of The best For EE Factories ---
Remedy Croup. -
( United Sutcs progress r>u the line of ==

Panama sprung into historical beingto therihtaof peoples, hats *",iabIbh..dby (From the At--hisna. Kan, Daily Globe )

Dhow that he wag not instrumental the .,f au million This iliest-asou when the woman Richmond Indiana.
power eighty who I.UOthe' best, remedies for i iI
In making two blades of gras" to I population, the corner stone of
popular I. croup I U in ilemaud in every ueighcoruood. I I
grow where only one grew before. rights which was rejected. l Due <*f the most terrible j 4

Hs! tracks between Washington; and There will probably be war in the things iu the world is to be awakenedin Distributing Depots .

in the mitliMe ot the night by a whoop
Colon were like those of the rogue United states of Colombia and blood
from one of the children. The croup St. Louis Mo. Nashville Tenn.
the watermelon patch, sanded as soon she for the restoration of the departing DallasT exas.
remedies are almost as sure to he lout

as wade. No cablegram, no written state. Every human being incase of croup, !4 s a revolver is sure Ala. .

message, no cipher, no Mexican killed in it will have been murdered, to be lost in i f>t of burglars. There Birmingham, Montgomery, Ala. .

hieroglyphic, nor scrap of South because the etlect will be no excuse used to lie Ji ?hl-hioned! remedy .. .. .. >,

American picture lingo will be found for the cause. for croup, tuo AD as hive syrup and 1
tolu, but some modern mothers gay
to show positively that Mr. Roosevelt Mr. Roosevelt will have to answer :
I that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i is i-Y
udld a tine" to Colombia! I have to the charge. : better awl does not cost so much. Itcauses .J AS J. WATSON

no doubt that Maiconi rode with the Jxo. G. REARDOX. the patient "to throw up the f

broom across seas aud phlegm" quicker and gives relief in a
I witches on a li liI

I '' over mountains and iu his:!! circum JAPANESE AND FLORIDA SUGAR shorter time. Give this remedy as Tallahassee, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
coon as Hi, croupy cough appears andit
studied the boundless CANE.
ambient genius will prevent tbe attack. It never

variety of the magic that may beeompaaaed fails and is pleasant and afe to take. Representative of Florida !
The Gainesville Sun and the Florida -
on : all and medicine
s in wireless messages For sale hy : druggists

j trained secret winds for the use of Agriculturist are enthusiastic over dealers. m ,
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: statesmen were in the rise and fall of the po'snibilities: of the growing of Called to Teias.

3: U tiOUi. Why should not our strenuous Japanese sugar cane in Florida and Mr. John!, B. Floyd, of Irvine, one X -xyx- -xyx- -xyx- -x\x--xyx- -xyx- -xyx- -xyx--x\x- -xyx- -xyx- -xyx-X
think it Vt produce a re\olution in -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx-

and ingenious president appropriate of the l finest insurance men in Florida _
:agriculture of the state equal to I
the i ii IIi
discovered and
anything and 1 the most genial com pan Xxi
g the cultivation of the velvet bean. % x
time of the witch of Endur throughout iousbleuln in the world, was calledto i xx
t when Meabrs.V.. H. Abel & Nus, of i i HIGHEST QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO. ITii
< the moment left
all occultism to Texas ou urgent buiiness loud
r Terra Cei, sent to H. H. Wiley, chiefof I
Marconi atone
the mysterious wbbperof for Mitt tUt yt tt"rday. xX l
( the bureau of chemistry: of the U.
l. end of the earth: may shock Hi* Mr. Floyd ii engaged in a large

people at the other end, to apatheoeize S. agricultural department, samplesof commercial business in the "Lone' n n
the old original Florida cane MARION
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: the glorious work of nation- Star Mate. but will return to Florida
in that vicinity aud the following -
; makiug. Only a sign, a wink and a grown cs "speedily as his business will permit ii

smile! was u"ed by the president andout is what the chief chemist said him to do so.Yaretlad. I IT I

.; of the swamps mudholes, tan about them : w of this for we can't I I
These are toe most remarkable H B A I D A IE I*
: vats and tepees of Panama sprung give him up.
nation. Marvt-lous was the magic! samples that we have: ever examined.! ft I
They eon tun uo gluco or redui'iug Disastrous Wrecks.
says: the president to the five or six !'+u arwlutevtr when tested by the iiXX! I J
l'al'eJ"-netesU re-ponsible for manya XX 1
Pauamttie couuty eommiioueM or or railway wreck and the 8uue'all:: x 1i
the Ural a very fiiut
round the in giuco-e
aldermen that : are nukiujj human wrecks of sufferers
l.et'l'n trauMuuted light, i
red call by
corner of the ton hall, q.ress:! the: but. Iroiu Throit and Luu!; troubles. x ;
coloration to entereven
but not euouijh XX :
But sauce the advent of Dr. Kim'sNew X
Lou and 1'11110 In* rest as a inure, I ihese: Camples; : are Xx
Di-covery for Con-niiiption f i
The U. :;. war ve-s-U, and marines, so peculiar in this respect that: I shall !
Coughs; anti Colds: even the worst
T. and the small talk of 'lr. Roosevelt'sagents be glad to have a detailed history of cases", : can lie cured, and hojelej-s reigaatiou ". X XXX \\ e are Ocala Agents for x x I Iii "
: bow they were how long they 2*
:: at Colon when the shout of grown i i-+ no loner! ne<'earv.. )Irl!.

soda water liberty and progress", came were growing, the character of the Lois: Crag;, of Dorche-ter" M-iss., hone IT
soil and everything connected with
from the newly galvanized citiztn*-hip them, jjivinsr the date of harvest, and among many whose life wa X XXX "FAVORITE" g'rOVEB& RANGES
saved by Dr. Kiu;'s New Discovery.This X X Xli
made all the noise: and trouble necessary all other agricultural data at. hand.. great remedy is guarameed f r X
Colombia For the above reasons the-e samples I
throttle ana iutimiltte \uti'I
to all throat and lung di-iea-es by -
and encourage the little state merit a particular study and dtscrip.! 'I Mouopoly Drug :Stortand: Tidin. < & xX None Better on the Market II

i tiou. Co. druggists Price 50l!. and il.UU. X X I &
of Panima.Mr. Commentiug upon which the Mau-: Trial bottle free. m II I .IfII
Roosevelt is wholly responsiblefor I
atee River Journal say* : i

r this !serious: ;prece.lent for us as a A comparison of this analysis: with Banner Special Edition.P. XXX xx.We are Ocala Agents for xXII

prople. the tests made of cane grown at sev- V. Leavengood business manager XI ifii

In it he has violated all principlesand eral experiment stations in the southern of the OcaLi Banner, is in the city I !

traditions of the true American states, shows a superiority so great fur a few days in the interest of a X XXX X i?
that it puzzles the chief chemist of X HELLWOOD" FIELD FENCE. *5
People. He has fouled the nest that him special edition of that excellent! p,*.
the nation: and puts to enquiring
gave birth to the Monroe doctrine. for further information.Mr. per that will be published in the latter I I Iii

Owning the canal, with the state of Abel baa complied with his, part of cember. Mr. Leaven. X X Its Superior Isn't flade. xx

Panama thrown in tor watering the request for a "detailed history of howit good represents one of the be-t publications I
When the doctor II I
stock of the trusU, he has created, wa grown, etc. in Florid and the Tribune
finds! that there is no trick in it, but I X XXX II
will not excuse nor justify him. He of I would like to see the business peopleof

has usurped powers and violated just cane a ou simple natural case Florida growing; land, sugar with- this city patronize him liberally.- i i I'e Are Headquarters for i xII I

privileges and common rights. out an ounce of scientifically prepared Tampa Tribune.
t the president fertilizer, it will then dawn upon XI
The only thing XXIT

1 could do on the rejection of the canal him that the real sugar producing UcIVER and ,1A CL! } SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
section of this great nation has just -

treaty by the United States of Colombia been discovered. Y 11 I

was to take up the work of XX Xx
Big Load of 'Gator Hides. xx Write Us For Prices. **
perfecting righU to and the comple II
Bill Brown's: caravan of ox teamsarrived
tlon of the NiclI.raurulD; canal as !II I !I I I
on schedule time from the XiI
directed I do not see XXIT
by congress.
store in the Everglades:! last Friday, FUNERALDIRECTORS. )C )C
how congress: can constittuionally.or, bringing in one of the largest lots: of I II

from any other standpoint, approveor hides ever brought to Ft. Myers atone 11 The Marion Hardware Company

perfect Mr. Roosevelt's international time, including &59 'gator hides, XXTI x
ekins. At this Xxl
escapade. They must! turn some otter and coon -1-

him down or stultify the United rate gators the:: in Seminoles the Everglades will clean in out a few the Have a full stock of Coffins, Ca-kets l 11 l OCALA; FLORIDA. : :

f State.' year.-Ft. Myers Press. and Burial Outfits. Special given tc] XX xx Xx xxxXx
The United States of Colombia has burial services.! II ix' !.
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YA.'IDTAR -xxxxxx
a territory of 4joOttO square miles and POLE l i X -xXxxXx- -xXx-: -xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx-

woiethingOTer 3,000,000 in popula Cures Colds! Prevents Pneumonia Embalming to Order.





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The "Discerning Woman is the one who knows WHERE to buy

:: and WHAT to buy. She will buy things that are NATTY and :::

:: For every conceivable purpose and for alt UPTODATE.sk the WELL DRESSED woman where .::
::::: she her clothes and she'll tell at :::
...-.. classes of people. Consistency and Satisfaction bought you
:: Means Content. The House That Treats You Right." -Z i "
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I Is the most perfect health shoe yet produced. It is built on scientific --rf /
principles, and is water proof, having been thoroughlymscolized. In all the latest t.tyle'Jew' All shades and prices. The ::-:
:: tIled, beaded, girdle, patent Foster Lace (:love. Single but i i --.
..... leather, folded leather, and ton Glove. :Single: clasp Glove. :::
....- B. & P Korrect Shape The "Famous Biarritz" French ._._....._
%' -::: Shoes are not equalled by any shoe of like price, and by very few The. Very Latest Glove, and .......

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k .J.: I In Vici, Patent Colt, Box Calf, and all the best leathers. Side and Back Combs ::::

f.::: For light and dark hair. Genuine Tortoise Shell and Imitations. ::
' Civillian Shoes at $2.50
' ::::: Are Hard to Beat.Excelsior .
a Hair Brooches, ::::
9 : School Shoes The LATEST thing for STRAY LOCKS. ,==

:: Come honestly by their name. They stand the "wear and tear" "...'..... 4.
of a "boys life," for they are made of carefully selected stock, and Persian Buttons, Brass Buttons, Gun Metal Buttons,
__ put together right. It's all in the "knowing how." Jet Buttons, Pearl Buttons
All to be had in LARGE AND SMALL to match.
The man "that's up against it" is provided for with the shoes
::::: we have here for him. The best
:: $1.50 Universal" Stolls, '
--- SOLID)LEATHER shoe for the money in the city, in Oil Grain Lace, Black Silk, Jet Collars. A LARGE assortment of STOCK COLand -
-' Kangaroo Calf, heavy double and single soles. LARS. Beautiful Ruffs in white and black and combinations.In ---
::::: Rubbers?

.... Lots of 'em here in Ocala, but the American Rubber Company ==
E= makes ours and they're good ones. I Fact :::

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Drew Selby shoes draw trade.: They D.ID IT last year and they'll
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before, and they'll draw MORE trade.
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::::: ; Made by the Irving-Drew Company are the STANDARD. The MOST COMPLETE -
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IDA HAS MUCH TO I I II I AT THE GOLf LINKS. i Mary M'Lane on Ann's Age i

BE THANKFUL F0f}{, I: I[ My dear Boy: Your letter reached I ... THE -

Formal. me in Butte yesterday I hasten to
Opening for the Season bj

Issues A I. reply Maty i is 24, you say. That's j ji
Jennings Procu
freer I the Ladies With a Silver Tea.
I i my age. I knew a devil once-he
ration Setting Aside a Day for I
The ianien of the i CABLE COMPANY
church lurked
General Thanksgiving. building I near my soul, and coaxed my I

fund for the new Grace Episcopal from the down
eyes away empyrean- ,
. p OT. Jennings baa issued the fol. I
church, having bean tendered the down, down into the depu of his I
.tol Thanksgiving proclamation :
lo ?
I use of the golf Jinks and CI'Ut> house, home! 0, sweet devil! Ann's a;e I
It i* meet that we ahouiii! as a (Godrtnf -
} Ifod-fcitriuiC people, cognize I entertained their friends with a silver I i I do Got know unites you refer to my One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the

I tea Friday afternoon The locea- j i Ii friend Annabel Le. :She is as old as
all uuiea dependence upou him i
I ion was au>!piduui. .\ great number i eternity-older than the pyramidsthat
lot th. many precious gifts he has I
of ladies io ck advantage of this opportunity |: rear their heiils over the tombsof United States -
YOUcluI.fot to us, and bo.v before him I I
to visit the links, and "raced the Ptolf mys. I knew, because I
with humble, thaukful hearts for the I I
the opeuiiu. There was also a asked her soul, and her soul whisperedit Yd7 _
hit ing9 he 1m abundantly bestowed
jsomlly sprinkling of gentlemen pres. to me as I strolled on the shining

t upon a- ent. sands by the grind rid ocean! I am
j' Time, m its steadfast round, has This Company Manufactures -
Th gathering was entirely nousictanan. thinking: of the devil tonightnotof
ap1D brought, to us the bountiful
A reception committee Ann's age. What is the age of a
II harvest season, with its traditions "
.> was appoint silly girl, compared with communion and Sells Direct the
t ud .***t m mori :;. It is a bl' utif 'I confuting of a lady ,
f from each church. Mrs. C. Rhei- with the evil one that is everywhere-
t fd and blessed custom that seta aside
: nauer, Mr*. G. r'. :Si-ott, Mrs. J. E. everywhere! I do not like girls-
y one day in each year: a: day of
I Ctaee, Mrs Mallory Liddon, Mrs. silly, gi;glin girls! I am not a girlI
tptCiaI thanksgiving and prayer to .
I Clarence Camp and Mrs. D. d. Wood am a lost, wandering soul, that
i Almighty God for his manifold bl 8- Conover Gable 4f
row reprernte their walks abroad[ in the still watches of Kiijgsbury
c hip his watchful care, guidance and I
and did these honors. These ladies the ttarstrewn night, listening to the
protection. To the people of our
hoot of the owl and lifting songof
welcomed the guests, and saw that all
t Ute this has been a year of marvelous
I were made perfectly comfortable. the nightingale: and looking, always
prosperity, of progress, content I Schubert WellingtonPIANOS
Chairs were provided for the crowdou i looking: for uiy master, the devil.
l i. 1I1ntsnd development, :a year crowd
the lawn around the club house.A I MABY M'LASE.
f ed with blessings.
table appropriately drcorated: with I
Sow, therefore, in conformity with Board of Trade Meeting.

f": the bat-red customs of the founders of : the :golf club colors, red and green I The regular; meeting of the Board

j graced the center of the Hwn. It wasi
of Trade held
the trade
ourcuuLtry and in accordance with was in rooms !
i uiurh adrnire for its artistic
fr the proclamation of the president oft appointment. j Friday: night.;

I From this table tea: andeotfeeand .
It the United States of America, I, j A g xxi many things were informally -

t William S. Jennings, governor of the d-lieata sandwiches were j di.-ouo.-ed: such as the erection of

: Mate of Florida, do hereby designate I dbp..ust-ci by lovely and fa-iciuating I j buildings for a permanent. state lair, :t"1

1 'Thursday! the kith day of November, i YO"1Ui; ladles j Ocklawuha river transportation, hard

f A. D.WJ3, as a: day of rest from our ,i!j Dr. Little made a tiuirly and witty I i! road and telephone line to Duanellon, Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times
talk ,
I"usual occupations to be observed by thanking the golf-: club for courtesies -!I schedule ou the DunD 1Jon short, etc.

extended, and on behalf of the
The of committees and
and I reports! general -
k thanksgiving, praise prayer tot ,
of the club inviting the citizens to frequent I trend of r discussion were of the send order all and
the supreme ruler and creator us we
your pay expenses
the grounds, !and also to become most hopeful character.The .
universe, for the blessiuga we have
f members of the organization. Mr. is
organization: doing good
received, and by supplication for a
H. A. Ford responded expressing the work and the discussions, if they do satisfaction-
continuance of that guardianshipthat guarantee
club's appreciation to tUe guests for nothing else, at least bring the
has kept us in the past. On that
their presence and offering the use of business interests of the closer
day let each church each home, each city
the grounds and club house for like togethtr. .
heart be !an altar of praise: to him who

baa bestowed his choicest blessingsupon entertain menu. Senator Hanna Sets An Example. I J. A. JORDAN MTa mpa
The grounds are in excelleut eonai- I Branch.
ua. Hanua'a Ohio
tiou, and are being beautified all the cmator: speeches are

To lie a truly great, a truly good I worth reading. The way Senator
time. Ocala should' certainly be
people, we must be a truly religious Hanua became is
a speaker something
proud of her golf links and manifest 1113 Franklin St ,; Tampa Florida
people. May the public conscience more interest in them. remarkable, according to Post ,

be quickened to a profound recognition master-General! : Payne. "It was in
-- ------ ---- -----
of the power and goodness 1 llol-ltalson. 1S96 in New York City," said Ir.Pa.yne. .
I For Sale. i\
'senator Hanna wanted to
God.May Miss Alma Virginia Nelson and Mr. More Than a
Beautiful home fruit !
we advance to piety, morality say something, but he had never beenon ; splendid
Oliver Carl Xeal were quietly marriedat and lands also fine stock I
intelligence. May his protectinghand trucking ,
his feet to make a speech in his

guide and keep alive within us the home of the bride in Jacksonville life, and be was afraid he would makean cattle. I II I MILLION DOLLARS

at tail-thirty o'clock Wednesday 11 13 4t* 1..1.- OWZSS; $ $
faith in him, love for our free institutions utter failure in hU ..lfl>rt. But he {'

and patriotic devotion to duty.Jlsy r evening. The rooms were beautifully was aeeply interested in his subject, clparr, Fla.
the choicest blessings of a merciful decorated in pink add: white rose and the two minute talk that he started Wanted. I I of Florida Capital guarantees -

The weddiiisr march was played by 1
Father be showered upon the I out to make developed into a t
Fifty men to work at mill and un this
whole people, and may his hand lead Mrs. Gtiffing. twenty-minute speech that was one of farm. pure vege-

ii and keep us in the path of righteous. First came the groom with his best the test things I ever heard. I consider Also a good sawyer who can run a table remedy to cure or

Mr. Mellen C. Gr eley. Then Veneer
man Apply to
I ness forever. I him one of the best speakers in
entered the maid-of-honor Miss J. B MALLOY, I back.
I In witness whereof I have hereunto the country today." .. I money .
'' 11 13 60d. Anthony, Fla ,
Maude Nelson, sister of the bride, i
#, set my hand and caused the great >
Physicians Prescribe/ i
prettily attired in a gown of wbite
seal of the state to be affixed. '
broad minded physicians! Cures
chitfoii with lace and ribbon trim- ..J :
Done at the city of Tallahassee this, prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, asth..y \ .
and beautiful bouquet I' \ g1 Catarrhal affection a lI
mings, carrying a of the
the 9th the safe and :
day of November, in year have never found :so 8' 0.111.fUll.
of pink rObdn,{ followed by \\ .. nasal, passages, bronchial
,of our Lord one thousand nine reli&bif remedy for throat andlung !: ,.. .
the little dower girls, Maud, Louisej twublt: as this great medicine. For ," "' tubes, lungs, kidneys, ,
hundred and three and of the independence I -.: -
bladder and ate
j and Maraa Brothertou, in dainty alcby Post Office Drug :Store. mI I '; i,<,'. '!.;.:P2'2.0 stomach. [
of the United States: the i I ;) AlsoNervous f

ODe hundred and twenty-eighth costumes of wtiue lint de'esprit: I I I Mr. Louis J. Erumuy, of the Flor- 6f1t }. ,d' aGru'J. :: :\,- j I

jealj WrjiiAM. JENMXGSiovenior. carrying baskets of beautiful dowers I I ida Fruit and Track: Grower, and! alsoI c'Q r,:: ,

( to str..w m the path of the bride. I connected with the OeaU Daily andI :ME I

After them came the bride, leaning I call- .'. c.'f I, !
the I Weekly Banner: : ww :vrelfome -: 'iJ
By govtrnor.t: t : I
on the arm of her father. she: was i er at the Mar office yesterday and I I :
:;Secretary state. lovely picture m a gown of white I Loom here he proceeds to, Lake City. I 1 I Y'1 uA. 1W. I Consumption, or any diseases '

crepe de chine,over tailcta: : elaborately !I Brother Brumby is one of Florida's : moo # J I l of the maeaou
cleverest and most: competent newspaper L" I II :
Blown up by Dynamite Cajs.; trimmed with point lace and studded I, men-liamesvilld ciar. :1 ::Jr .{''ii 1i membrane: .;

Robert Timmous, a colored. boy ten with pearls, her veil of white I

years of age, son of thef engineer ofthe maline being; caught with bride rose Worm Destroyer. {
I White's Cream Vermifuge, not I I
hard roads machinery between :She earned a shower bouquet of bride
only kills! worms, but ,removes the rnR[ Effiill

Ocala and Anthony, was badly mutilated roses and maidenhair ferns. The j mucus and slime in which they ouild i As a Tonic ii '

by the explosion of some dyna- ceremony was performed m a moot j their nests; it brings, and quickly, a I

mite caps which he had in his pants impressive manner by the Rev Van t healthy condition of the body, where I CURS E. BLUM ;& COMPANY I it gives appetite, builds I KAN'JFAOUREO ONLY BY "

i worms cannot exist. :ac. at Anti. I. .. the system, banishes that iTROFiCALMANUFRCrURING3AOGCNVILLE.FLA
Winder Shields. ,
pocket afternoon. .
Friday | : rQ&K'.. tII \
i: Monopoly Dru store. mFREE I I t ',!:..' I tired feeling, makes! the ,
Just what caused the caps to explode The young couple left on the 7:45 I\ all and 519 VT. Bay St. weak strong and happy. ;

;. ia not known. o'clock train for an extended tour, I
i : > fl la.i ili
HU and i followed by the best: wishes:: of a host Jacksonville,
father heard the explosion : Sold and =
f i I by Tj dings: A Co.. and '-Il.I JloDOIol

rushed to see what it was and found of friends. :, A TRIP TO 1 EUROPE: Drug More

his boy torn almost to pieces. His Mrs. :M. C. Looney and little boil at- ,
\ ( I msI The -
right leg Wag nearly torn off his body tended the wedding. The bride is ,
and a hole, as big as an ordinary cannon Mrs. Looney'a sister. i I[ .iii'il'i! ::!: rJ gf' Iri-Jl! Cua L ;;k fifL "" !'I II:"''''''''
ball, was bored into his stomach. i I 51 21

Notwithstanding his awful mutilation What has become of Plain John { :I;! Tampa i WE EAT MEATs

the boy was conscious and told Smith, Bill (not SamJones, John t I I .s; II >
To grow strong. Unless we
about having the caps in his pocket. Smith's Cousin and old Jupitor FREE!! I Business College. get f
good meat we may ad well let mk
: He lived from 3 o'clock until a Ammon? Come, gentlemen, don't'!' xaI ;
I I I it alone. There ia no strength
o'clock and expired just as he was let the political pepper-box: that has '' ? you would tike to take I :'3' r
I rn < in tough meat-instead of giv-
j a trip ta Europe the OLDEST LARGEST
I' being taken from the wagon into the been precipitated into the campaign I
World Faa- Saratoga ing, it takes strength to digest
I: hospital. destroy the piquancy and flavor of I
New Tort Ashe-
00 0 City or t'
I BEST ,,, it. It pays to be careful in
f Dre. Hood, Izlar and Powers were your utterances. You were beginning O yule, without having to put I ,a

i' gammoned but of course could render to make thing lively. Keep on f up any of your own money, =Y / '-f baying meat-be sure to get !;

" write the Jacksonville Metropolis = i ,; the best-tender and choice. ;
the unfortunate child no aid. in the good work. 0 for .
q 0 particulars.METROPOLIS Applications constantlyonfile Pay a little more if need be and Ii
t For a Bad Cold. )Ir. Walter P. Watson of Orlando, a ror graduates to .fill put something in your stomach

If member of the committee of adjustment good positions. "-* | J which will pat flesh on
you have a bad cold you need a g *? j J your

good reliable medicinelike Chamber- of the Brotherhood of Locomo- I i! 24, ? bones and strong blood in your

tive Engineers and chairman of the j Address is r2I !IE _'
t' ain's Cough Remedy to loosen and ThE i :
committee, is out in a : 1
relieve it, and to allay the irritation grievance I i 19i.
article announcing himself CARTER 9f RUSSELLPUBLISHING 1I BROS.
and indamation of the throat and : two II I L M. HiTTON,
I a candidate for congress from thesecond C.OdACnsONViLL Mall 2 and 4 City Market Ocala Fla. -
long For sale all and -
by druggists FLA I Tampa, Fla. 0. Is

med.cine dealers. m district. !i:1; ; : ::: ::;;::: ;:::F: ;r" N\J"-.JMJ! 'rJ"iiiW"1" :;;;::T-jF.i'i:: ,

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Goelet Wedding.! -f An Ex-Oalian. What Right Has the Railroad Com-

The until prominent wed.hii, that I The pe Pie of Ihi1 dry and county :' mission. Got for Living? i'r To Cure a Cold in One Day t"n

I' remember with deal of affec'I An Ovals merchant said l before toe
has taken place in Ameriwn IU a j : great ; I
I Tclro Laxative Bromo Quinine T N! tS. on
number of years wa: that i't MLv |! lion Capt. John H \VeNb, the founder : Hoard fit Trade at it- last IUHIIU I III' r .. i }< every

May Goelet and tbe Duke of ivox- of Welshtou. II' bathe h.td that. diy: thipi f.l a brni j jI I Seven Million boxes sold in ask 12 mont hs. This signature, a / box. 25c.

burghe Miieh occurred at St. Thoiuaa' The captain has been very Sick: :ithis of goods 'o St. Petersburg the freight;

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church, New York, at 2:30 o'clock h home Miami: for several Wt,-!ks: OH which Mft- !S1.2S Tlif freight ont -- u

: Wednesday afternoon, Jvov. 11. past and made u brave tight for life, II like btml of jjw1"!' (root Jacks' < '. 'IIlli

The dowager Duchess of Roxburghe a; he has often done before, and came I \JUfJoSt. lVter-Lurg miles fur- Formtda s tells the story :

came over to attend the wedding as oil'victorious.! th".r, is9o sent. Awl the railroad

did 1 also i one of the gro lU's s>)=ters, He is on the streets Miami train communion iiu full force and all Grove 5 Chronic: Chill Cure

Lady Isabel Junes er. our t'andidatf for office have.1rrlart'1
and is: good for many years of u;efulnea -

The ceremony was performed i'yKev. jtt, or, at lest, that I Is the wish in favor of i's coritiuutiioein )power.What Not a exits!', medians; *. tlUn sjirituous liquid, of a pheasant Bitter taste, made of

Bishop Doane, of Albany. of his friends.It rulit liltS it to public favor and Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

Only 3'') guests were iuvite.l to the why should it 1111.Ie aboihhtd ? Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
is reiiiembered that C'pt.'elsh
w"'lihu What protection $is it giving the in Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPA1ULLA
came to Florida from Erie, Pa., and .

A large number of policemen v\ere his wife and little granddaughter, tcriarcities---?.- ---- --- It Cures the Oils that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.
stationed near the church io keep
order, but were iuetl'ictual in their :MUs Hester Dewey, visited: the old A Dangerous Month. The Best Genera! Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c.

home the past summer aud among This is the mouth of coughs! eolds r Vr .r IT'OJO. CmSBK t S f fJKSiVHI
ellor.s to keep away the ii.oo, who
and 2CUlt.tlIrrl.J.. Do oau-h
other piacrsof interest visited by the you '- -
wished to obtain a glimpse:'! of a "real
cold easily? FiuJ yourself: hoarse: ,
ladies the Home
two was Soldier's
live auke." with a tickling in throat and xn
;your French Piano &
and l the Wayne Monument: overlook. Jesse Organ Co.
It issaid that thoudWKU: of women annoying couth at night? 'Ihcii
tog 1'reque-Isle bay, ou which the should have hottie ,
;you always haiiily a -
beseiged the bride's carriage, that
city of Erie is located.Writing of Ballard's: Horehound Syrup .
cumbers forced au iitraace Into
large to her mother of her visit J. A. Anderson, 345 West: 5th streeth,
the church and that before the bridal Salt Lake City, writes: "We u- Bal
little Miss Hester :
pirty were out of the building, the lard's Horehound Syrup for coughs [Factories --- --
"As we approached the main entrance and colds. It immediate, relief
church had almost entirely been stripped gives: .
the first thing we 8'iWOn a We know its the best: remedy for
of its decorations; that richly
beautiful rising lawn was the word, these troubles. I write this to induce Richmond Indiana. ..
dre-ed women crawled through coal
other people to try this pleasant and ,
'Welcome,' arranged in a great variety
holes in order tu witness the ceremony efficient remedy." '';}c. 5<):. and Sl.Oo.
of beautiful flowers, and just be-
; that the bride way kept standing at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m
yond it Cappy's: name." (Captain _. u___ __
at the church door while policemen
Welsh's grandchildren call him The papers say that only a small:
cleared a passage for her and
"Gappy".) atteudence greeted the! calvacsule: of
that Fifth avenue was blocked for
Something of the little girl's surprise speakers at Clearwater. T::e candidates Distributing DepotsSt.
five hours.
may be imagined/ on reading seeking office almost autnumb-
The bridesmaids were Lady Innes.I
the name, "Captain John Weigh," in eyed the voters present. W:n't it a
er, Miss Pauline Whither, Miss
beautiful living letters anauged as spectacle?
Beatrice Mills Miss Nina Thayer, i Louis Mo. '
was the word "Welcome." The mystery Nashville, Tenn. Dallas Texas
Miss Ante Babcock, Miss Marian ,

Haven, Miss Florence Iselm:'! and Miss explained was made that the plain establishment when it was of!; It's For YouL! Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery/'Ala.

Martha Johnson Macon, (id. .
the Pennsylvania Soldiers' and Sail-
Contrary to the usual custom the "
ors' Home was almost wholly due to
i # U-bers did not form a part of the I
the influence and unceasing efforts( of
bridal procession but took beats iu the ,
4 Capt. Welsh\ of winch he was president i.
front of the church.
until forced to reside in Florida,
Mi-! Goelet was given away by her Representing
because of hemorhages of the lungs
brother. .
j The Wayne Monument on Garrison
The gown iu which Miss Goelet was
Hill was the next point of interest, STEiXWAY PIAX03-The acknowledged standard of the world.
mailed was naturally all that art and
r on the cornerstone of which are
money could make it. It was only VOSE PIAXOS-Matchless\ in tone, action and construction. Every
stjle- of the
chiseled the names of three Pennsylvania gem
one of the dozen remarkable examples makers
piano art.
State Commissioners: : at the
: of Worth's art that. have beenfijui
top of which she again read with
over. It was made entirely of The Great l Ijealtl) Drin!{.
something of amazement, "John It'sVelsh" Manufacturers
English point lace, the gift of the

mother, lace too, that is as old as the
There is a unique bit of history,; connected STARR '
preelou emeralds that the bride is to PIAXOS-An; art product, musically and artistically, unexcelled for quality, beauty
with the building of Wayne

receive from her mother-in-law. The Monument. In the act providing for Dispensed at all Soda Fountains:5c, and durability.

had train
dress an immensely long -
its erection, the commissioners were JESSE FRENCH PLA\OS-Exqu5site. case designs. Tone, action and lasting
and was made on a foundation of METTO Syrup is put for ,
not instructed as to the form or kind up best.
white satin fro rich pod thick that it mixing with ice water in the very &&
of structure to be erected
; appropriation
could almost stand alone. Tbe satin Hummer time and with hot RICHMOND PIAXOS-Em od"ing artistic
generous qualities.
being made payable to John H.Welsh. water in the winter time. Honestly] constructed in every
was covered with white tulle, and
) Two of the commissioners, Specially adapted to family particular.
this in a measure dulled the brillancy
Mer-srs. Jones and Germer, favored use:, either HS a beverage or a
of the i-atiu and served as a most table drink the
place Pianola
the erection of a stone .or marble and Ceciliall Piano Players.
sympathetic background for the I of tea, coffee, etc. .
monument. This was opposed by

marvellous The bridesmaid's lace. dresses were pink Copt. Welsh who favored a duplicateof -- -- -_ u Shipped direct from factory to purch ser. Terms cash or easy payments if desired.

the Historic old Block House i iu Prices for syrupl. pint, 2oc.
nuuwselice de Bin picture hats
soie. 1 quart, 5e. 1gallon': $1.35,

were wora and they carried muffs which General Anthony Wayne 1 J gallon, $.50. .......... ..........._.._......._._.........._...-'''0__''__ ____...m__. no__.__-----d_ .
(then the commauder in chief
of the
made of pink ro->es. Erections:Two tablespoonfuls .
United States army) died. The views used to class of
>; o princess in H fairy tale was ever: : water
of Capt. Welsh was adopted and duplication Costs less than ': c. a glass.
the recipient of more costly gifts than
of the Old Block House was JAMES. J.

the those beautiful whica are New being York lavished girl. upon Con. universally approved. The lower TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO. WATSON

story is square and the upper story i Jacksonville Florida ,
epiciuoua among them is the duke's
octagon, projecting several feet be Forwili- It Sid K. .
j 'halt'J
present, a: set of beautiful emeralds:.!, Tallahassee Fla.
yond the lower structure, with the 1'. '{ TKOAlor, (', E.'I'astor, Ocala Fla.
which,*have been in the Roxbuighe Po-tofliccDrtix Store ami ,.tulluronopIJ' ,
usual openings for sharp-shooters.
Drug titore.S .
family for more than two hundred
It may interest our readers to know -- Representative of Florida
years. They include a necklace of
I that the roof of the Wayne Monument .', -
these stones, valued at $",').(101. Several ___f.:' "'! M ..
is covered with Florida r -- -
cypress:! p Lri1 --- --- -- ------- -
ll large pins and a pair of earrings I nearly ....- --
shingles, thirty inches long, and cost For V ote1\\1tonal.
are also in the set. One of the duke'ssisters :
in Philadelphia 33 per thousand; I I half a century -- -- McMil1an
. has given a diamond and -- Bros
which are now said to be as sound as f. HI E.BIGGS,
emerald ring. The duchess of Rox- 1.. -
when put in place thirty l1crrysSeeds
burghe has also given her future ago.- ATTORNEYATLAW.Office .
Miami News.
( in Gary-Agnew Block.)
daughter-in-law some very superb Southern

gems. Best Liniment on Earth. a* M\*bean growing faiiH.usinfTprr
One of Mrs. Garden Goelet's kind of eudeverwIwte, .sold hj It D. FCLLER.-
presents J. M. iiQfalers. .
McIIacey, Greenville, Tex., 1 toga Seed! Annual
pustpaia fret to all .
to the bride is a set of diamond writes Notf. 2d 1900 apphcaau.W.M.FEHRVJICO.. DENTIST.Over Manufacturers
: "I had rheumatism of Turpentine
f imrolt, MKh. Munroe&Chambh Bank, Ocala Fla. Stills
shoulder of beautiful
:'! last winter, was: down in bed

She has also presented to her daughter M. THOMPSON.PHYSICIAN.
six weeks: tried everything, but got J I I and General Metal
tiara of
a diamonds.
relief till : AND SURGEON.
no a friend gave me part of n .
Next to Miss Helen Gould, Miss Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp.Montezuma.
of bottle
a Ballard'a
Snow Lini- Jerry Burnett OCALA FLA.EDWIi .
Goelet is perhaps the richest! young' ment. I used it, and got two more SPENCER. OldStills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

=, woman in America. The Duke of bottles, It cured me and I haven'tfelt Merchant through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

C Roxburghe is by no means a poor any rheumatism since. lean ATTORNEY-AT-LA. W, wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
man, having not less than seven recommend (Snow.- -- -Liniment-._. tn", K,,*,>, IK u.c o following works _

ducal estates, all of which are in a best liniment on earth for rheumatism Tailoring.; J K. CHASE _

flourishing condition. i ," For rheumatic, sciatic or DENTIST FAYETTEVILLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA.

The duke and duchess will spend a neuralgia pains rub in Ballard's OCALA. FLA
Ocala, Florida. 1 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
week: at Newport before sailing for Snow Liniment, you will not suffer CARLOS L. SISTRONK. MOBIE, AA.. .

Europe. long, but will be gratified with a Finest Imported and -
speedy and aflective cure. 25e. 50c. Domestic Cloths. .
and Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 5 28 I JAS.M.GRAHAIT, President. GEO.\V.HYDE, Vice free
The following extract from a letter 51.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug

written by G. M. Harmen, of the Store. m Cutting a Specialty

Dispatch, to the proprietors of Ra Mr. Brown is In Town. Fits Guaranteed. The First National BankOF

mon's Remedies is explanatory: Hon. Charles Munroe Brown of DR. E. T. ALLEN, MD.
There is no pill that equals Ramon's
Pills; they leave the bowels with Ocala, candidate for governor, was in Gerjuine Rocky Ford CantaloupeSeed Eye and Ear SpecialistIn GAINESVILLE.

such pleasont healthful feelings, no Tampa last night registered at the

Lad effects, after perfuming their j r Almeria.Mr. for Sale. Ocala EveryTHURSDAY The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

work eo thoroughly. I have tried Brown la en route to Clearwater Planted and saved at Rocky Ford, ,

: "them:5c. at and Poitoffice know Drug whereof Ltore.I .speak.m where he will address the people at Colorado, 0 under and guaranteed my personal to supervision be- MONTEZUMA HOTEL.FOEEY'tSnOKEYAmTAR. Capital . . . .. . . . . ... . . 50,000 00

the political rally Saturday. He will perfect seed from standard netted Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . WOO<' 00

The right of secession was vindicated also be one of the speakers in this melons. Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank'in the aJ
Only limited amount on hand. state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers ,
Merchants -
at an unexpected time and In an I city at the rally Monday night.- Address, I Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All Corporation business*,

unexpected quarter. Tampa, Tribune. C. H. MATHIS, transacted promptly.
J l 10 30 3mBlackville, 8. C. .topt th.cough and hetls lantf i 10-17 H. E. T A YLORC4A4i tsu

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S fiaT W C CAM DO II FLORIDA. I I The Campbell -- I, -- ,I
Russell Cattle Sale. Both Court and Counsol.' The
following German hymns w rewritten NOTICE.T. NOTICE' OF MASTER'S SALE.
sale of blooded: beef cattle at 8> far as we know Judge B. H. -
"''> fofnu. of uilllet one of lettuce by Philip Melancton'a mother:

!. Montgomery last week was all the Palmer of Lake City, in the only circuit "Alms-giving impoverish not. Whom it May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEtf HAT P-V- .

f.id vfit of IrUh potatoes can be raiaJ success that IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE bv virtue of a final decree III ftJr-
was hoped for both in the judge of the state who has made going hindereth not, NOTICE Central & Peninsular Railroad closure entered the i.th day cf (October A.
oo tbe MOI, laud lu one year. point ot l To grease the car delayeth not, Company has filed in this office a list of lands D. 1903. by the Hon. W. S. Bullock judge of
.' attendance, in the prices a habit of practicing law while sit. III gotten wealth profiteth not, situated in the township described below and the circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of
Ot.rruv of ltatoeone of realized aud the Cod's book deservuh not." has apphel for a patent for said lands: that the Florida sitting in chancery for Marion county .
wide distribution of ting a. a circuit judge, and now the list is open to the public for inspection and a in a certain cause then pending in said court
.,.., IlItat and one of panley can the cattle. In And the following rhymes also copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has wherein Hattie 0.Allen and Ge.. K. Allen Iwr
the two days 112 head supreme court lino put a quietus ou : been posted in a convenient place in this ol- husband, and Ella I O. Browne. were compUta-
tt raM ou a Held inside of a year. were sold 72 head Those who love to sciuaner. fice. for the inspection of all persons interestedand arts. and Mane Louise Goldbeck. Al'red C.
of registered cattle biw. By removing the cases that be More than of the public generally Goldbeck, her husband, Adelaide V :Morgan
T*.. *">|* of ripaiii.h peanuu can and render, Within the next sixty days following the date James W. Morgan, as heirs at law of William H.
grades, and of these Florida was interested in to another circuit, Will surely come to ruin of this notice. protests or contests against the Morgan, deceased, were defendants the n \VTsrgnc4 -
It r l..J lu a ) ..ar, *'"' the 'last crop got 52 of this Or a rope be their undoing claim of the company to any tract or subdi- special masler in chancery! will. on
; 52 west Fl rida gotSljaudquit Judge Palmer: played in the double vision within any section or part of section ilundau tile 7th IiccnJxt....,
VU1 fatten IIOK* and give the land a described in the list, on the ground that the 1s03.
: naturally! the Breeze, as role of jude and attorney uutil he same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural between 11.00 m.andaop.m.uffer ant *i-
ruoutha.Vfia3 rose sale and will then and there sell to tb*
.lloll I will be received and
purposes noted
one of tlioHn w'io have been preaching found it for highest and bes bidder for rub IB hand. I.
the General
necessary:! to go before the 1 report to Land Office at Wasn- front of the
court house door
it Ocala. Marion
\ ruM aa tine and large onions ingtou D. C.
more and IJ..t tt'r live !!stock feels supreme court with a motion. Among W. G ROBINSON, Register. county. Florida. all the right title intern! ..>!
estate of tbe said defendants. May Louise Co IJ.
other Mtrtion: of the United HENRY S. CHUBB, Receiver,
aitPJ not a littlf titled over the outcome.D. the objections interposed by beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck, her husband,
aud ofiru larger and Hecoudiu Florida Central Peninsular Railroad Lands, Adelaide V. Morgan and Jarae W. Margin. ..
guU ; H.. be.-of fom-e de Leon bought I counsel was one questioning the Gainesville Land District. heirs at law of Wm. II Morgan, docusoi. of
the ruonuou EyptIu aid propriety rrROLLS ) Florida. in and to the follow ing ucscnbcd Unda. situate,

..11 the highest priced Shorthorns: male of a circuit judge appearing before e South. East lying and !being in the said county and state
onitiu lutK>rted here. There Township. Range. t -Wlt:
JrADi- and female, paying $-100 for the Shorthorn the courts as Mi attoruey-at-law. 15 *3 Commencing at a point 6.>>chain east ol Ihr
frar of P't NE and P t SM. Section 19. 9 18 9t southwest comer of the northwest quarter of
no a drug the
it poetically the
.' bull Milo and southwest quarter of section is. township
S $225 for the Without going into the meriU of the 15 south, range 22, east thence running north

_ j.rkt. heifer Maid. A. G. /Stewart, of Gdlt cause at issue the SJpreme court dismissed NOTICE tS.65 is.65 chains chains thence thence east west: 6 6..39 j)chain chains*,thence to the soulS potct

W. e*n rai'. enoueh 'tAava on ant of
Nelson beginning, containing by e tim.truo Ira
City, Bros., of Vernon and Judge Palmer's motion and acres more or less.

aen 10 '-111.1 l to M( tiHUf!U of corn Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Also beginning at the northeast corner of the
Clarkson J. A. Sims, of Bouifay and the rehulf he got in the opinion writ- Alvarez
value 8.of Chapter 48. Laws of Florida. grant in township 15. toutb. range II
,II tt.dln fcr cattle or borHeaproieily P. W. Storr of DeFuuiak the Chief IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT east.and running thence south with a usag-
were ten by Justice Taylor will probably NOTICE of HALL netic variation of 3 degrees 9 minute, ra"'.
purchasers Tax Certificate
vb' auppleiueuted. with No. 23.69 chains. thence
l other wett Florida buyers. briu him to uiS A 1219 dated the second day of July 1894. wen with I magnetic nN'
< a realiziting sense tion of
2 degrees 15 mio Ue. north. !8 43 cb.i."
and and
$i fr dtua.. It requires no 9Si 2112 dated August 7. 1899. thence north chain
: 69
ro&I Eighteen of the I No. dated the rat 23 thence cut Ujcrui.
heifers that !go inMr. of the impropriety of "toting double. ih4i day of July to the of
point beginning
: .I.WI to cultivate it than corn. FROM Only the baa A.' D. looi. has filed said certificate in my of land more or leu. containing iu acre
w.i : Rufsell's: breed contest came to Starke Telegraph. OUR OVEN material goes office, and has made application for tax deedto Said land being sold to satisfy Mid decree sal
I issue iu accordance with law. Said
\\. ran rate" enough cowpeas or into the oven and certificates cost*. CARLOS L. SISTIL UN K.
thIs elate, w> that it is already pretty I | embrace the following described property NEIL M. ALLATD,
Special IB Ch
ftl t b &ua ou au acre to keep a cow Taylor. the .,tooDlat.Mr. only the I I I situated in Marion county, Florida to-Wit 10 30 Collator for Complainant nr ry.
well settled that whea this content ib South half of southeast nuartrr rrrrnt tin
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1'1. A. K. Tailor, whose fame as a BEST BREADrolls yard* square; in: southwest; corner section 38. -
e decided the show will be held in Flor- township 14. range 21, southwest quarter of
tt'tiao |Mduce from eight to flf. cartoonist is so well established in out. It is delightfully crisp and southwest quarter of section 22. northwest NOTICE FOR PUBUCA nON.
ida which i U still another feature in quarter of northwest quarter of section 24.
wholesome. A few slices buttered is a Department of the Interior, Land Office at
west half of southeast quarter and north half
this state with the Times-
Urrrls of is now
\nn syrup (wr acre, our favor. meal in itself and almost as nutritious ot northwest quarter except 5 acres in southwest Gainesville! Fla.,October *>, 1903.yoTICE .

frwo fl'W' lu fl?&. By raiaiog the Union, und will add a great deal ofpungeuy aa meat. corner ot northeast quarter of northwest IS HEREBY GIVEN THT Till
Pith was pnid by H. H. Murphy quarter ol section 2!$, township 16 range 22 i> fallowing named settler bill filed notke of
it is stated to the campaign. Orders for Bread, etc., can be more The said land being assessed at the datA of her intention to make final proof in support of
cane we can
JlpaDtM Grt'euLoro111.., for the Hereford, atihfactorilyfilledby theissuanceoIsuchvertificae in the name of her claim and that Kid proof will be Bde

ask. tbb amount of and tavetBougu Evvry candidate in Florida had W. L. Beckett. L. B. Hart. Chas. William before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Ma.. oa
syrup Florida Insurance Co. and Unknown.
Royal Choice:, which was the top Ctcmbr(..
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed tyoj
lu I be leaves to teed a cow of the nhl? aud also HO fur beat hate and make friends with BENUS' BAKERYARTICLES to law. tax deed will issue thereon according on- viz: Dora Daniels of Kendnck. Eta homestead .
as! we can
him. the 7th day ol December. A. D igo). 27063 formerly Dora Stevuon. lor the
but mouth or luorf.IW. ascertain the highest price ever paid I -- --- Witness my official signature and seal this the north half of southwest quarter KCtiwa U.
31St day October: A. D. 1903. township lisouto range 21 cast"
tan rae lu home parta of the and alike S.T.SISTRUNK. She names the (>llov ing witnesses
for a beef bull iu the southeast. Z. C. Scylla Charybdia are OF INCORPORATION AND her to prove
Cn 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. continuous residence: upon and cultivatioaof
It&t., proflUMy and commercially I Chaiublisi of OcaU.. who i b doing ital rocks: and in attempting to THE PROPOSED CHARTER OF said land vii: Sam Hodge. Perry Edwards.
I A. BROWN 4.BRO. INC. Jim Meviaon, Luther Stafford, all of Kradrnk,
tht! following jiroducls : avoid the the democratic i is Flonda.
much for the better cattle industry in one party NOTICE: 10-30 W. C. ROBI.VSO.V.NOTICE RrlCk"

Hams I**!*, lemon, tthadilockg, in of the
peril to
that part of the !state bought twenty going pieces on rpn UNDERSIGNED INTENDING AND

Jtp, tlacktrrk, mulberries, water head I I other. The Bryan and the Clevelandfactions I proposing to organize a Corporation under of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of !
among them a Shorthorn cow I the general corporation laws of the state of Chapter 4'&>. Laws of Florida

..lot*, rauiiriott, pumpkins, sweet "re those rocks and the democratic Florida and the amendments thereof hereby IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
for which he paid 1250 that being the make and publish the following articles of NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate lC.No. Notice oi Application fur Tax Deed Under Sec

1iotiUs. troouieorn, tacou, celery, first and onlyHndfor her.-D" FuuiakBreeze. party should give both factionsas association 1'tsT-The and name proposed of the charter corporation shall be 570 dated the 5th day ot April, A. D., 1892, and tion S. Chapter 4888 Laws of rlonda. .
I Certificate No 6.j. dated August 6th 1900. NOTICE IS H R"Bcln: : THAT Me-
,.... potato*, cauMva, collards, egg wide a sea as possible. To nomi. A. BROWN & BRO, INC., has filed said certificates in my office, and 1 & Wade Land Co.. purchaser of tax

and its principal place of business at Ocala, has made application for tax deed to issue in certificate No. 2295, dated the ikt day ut July.
|4int, |*nlvy, rye, arrowroot, cotton, nate Cleveland or Bryan, or the close Marion county Florida. accordance wIth law. Said certificates embracethe A. D. 1901 has filed aid certificate in my office
A Good House. following descrided property situated in and made application for tax deed to issue )a
eaitur beam: Japan ir ittJiuons, lieutenau's of either by the democratic SECOND-The general nature of the busiuess Marion county. Florida to-wit: accordance with law. Said certifiexle embrace
The Florida Fertilizer and Manufacturing -. to be transacted by said corporationshall south half of south half ol northeast quarter the following described property situated IB

|*arbr*, oranges, lime citron, party at this particular juncture, be the carrying uu of a wholesale of southwest quarter, and north half of north Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Company, of Gainesville, mercantile business and the corporation halt of southeast quarter of southwest quarter Northeast quarter southwest quarter tectioa
fill**, tiiau, .trwbtrried. quinces, would tie iutiiiug destruction. If it shall have power to buy. sell and pledge merchandise section 2. and 4.50 chains north and south on township 17 range 20.
have long eiijoyri a reputation real and personal property: including west side of south half ol north half ot southeast The said land being assessed at the' tIc of the
eoUl.,uw*, euro, t-juash, beans, let can be kept from committing hari shares in other corporations and deal generally quarter of soutwest quarter section z, town issuance of such certificate m tbe name of I'..
throughout this t'urin section for the as merchants. The corporation I ship 14. range 22. known. l'nlt'b5said certificate ahl be redeemed -
iKf, tomato, oat*, peppers, cabbage, kari democratic: party has splendid shall have power to buy and otherwise acquire The said land beingassessed at the date of the according to law tax deed wi uaur
standard and high quality of the various I construct maintain and operate private lines of' issuance ot such certificate in the name of .b reon on the nd day of Nov. A C 1',"3.

carrot, outou', herlw, millet, cane, chances of success. railroad and other means of transportation, parties Unknown. t'nlesssaidcertificate shall Witness my official signature and seal this the
brands of commercial fertilizer and construct, acquire. lease, maintain and operate be.redeemed according to law. tax deed will irthday of October, A. I). 1903.
1If611111',uku, ehulas, barleyrouialne steamboats, barges and other means of issue thereon on the 2vl day of November A. D. S.T. S1STBUNK.
manufactured by them. By means of a uew apparatus recently transportation along and over the waters of Sil- 1023 Clerk Circuit Court M.non th. FU.
1I1&IICU., avocado, beef, milk, hut vet Springs silver springs Run,and the Ocka- 1903.Witness my official signature and seal this
Having been engaged in the business i. adopted by the New York waha and bt Johns nvers. and other n3'igablewal..rs the 2oth day ot Oct., A. U 1903.
Itr "001. lying within the state of Florida. The S. T. SISTRUNK. NOTICE
for over seventeen jeans they Central railroad company a single corporation shall have the right to carry on a 10 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla.
\V. rali.., in (practice, two or threeof I wholesale mercantile warehouse and transportation SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
have through this experience and wire can be used for telegraph and business, and all such other business
tL. above article and buy all the I as is not inconsistent with the general purposeand NOTICE.
exhaustive! tests! on their own large telephone messages at the tame time. object of the corporation.
rnt tbat we rrllulr.-Agriculturillt. THIRD-The amount oi capital stock author- NOTICE IS HERIillGIVEN THAT THE
properties been able to place on the While the operator is ticking awayat ized and which will be issued by the company executor ol the last will sat
is seventy-five thousand dollars. consisting cf I. An Ooniinance Providing for Gates, testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased will on

Dttsa't Respect Old Ae.h' market brands unexcelled for Florida telegram iu Morse code, another seven hundred and fifty shares<< of the par value Uu<--rd9 or Other Devices to be placed the iSth WIll of t\l>nuiry .4. 1) 19 1.

I of one hundred dollars each one hundred percent Adjaceut to the Railroad Tracks make final settlement of bit accounts and apply.
tLauafut when youth tails I to soil and products. I person can telephone a message with of which shall be paid in at the time of I Sorth Street for final discharge Such final settlement and
the of Crossiug Magnolia
organization said company. in cash. and I application to be made to the county Judge tit
show |>roier respect for old age, but They have jut issued their newbooklet out the slightest interference. when so paid said stock,shall be then fully paid and to Prescribe Duties and 1'euaU Marion county,at OcaU. Florida
and non-assessable. lies iu Relation Thereto. 8 2!)6m t. M. LIIH>FLL.

Jsit fl,. contrary in the cae of Dr.Kitj' for 1903 4 containing full description FOURTH-The term for which the corporationshall D. A. MILLER.

Editor Koouce: of the Sumterville exist is ninety-nine years IF. IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNcil -
Xrw Llft'lJJ"! They cut oil of the different classes of FIFTH-The officers who will conduct thecompany's .1) of the City ot Ocala
Times, i advertising for a bird dog. business until the first annual .
ru.U>lir* no iniitter how severe andaltni fertilizers with analyses ami testimonials will be meeting Section I. Il shall be the duty of the railroad NOTICE.In .
a president and and
Geewillikins! Just think of it! An secretary and the tracks
...cliv of old trea'urer. The annual meeting of the stockholders company owning using crossing
age. Dyspepsia, from leading agriculturalists and and North Magnolia street In the City of Ocala
editor who has time to hunting. directors lor the election ot officers I
jaundice, fever, constipation all yieldto go will be held in the city of Ocala Florida,on the Honda within thirty days afterthe passage of the Circuit Court ol the Filth Judicial Circuit
honiculturalists. It will be teat free And money to buy fancy dogs, too.- second Tuesday in January in each year. and this ordinance to erect construct. equip and of Flonda, in and for Marion County
this |*Kect pill. 2>6. at Auti the officers who will conduct the business of maintain on each side of said tracks at the
St. Augustine Record. the until said crossing above mentioned, gates, guard., In Chancery. I
ou those elected
at tbe first election
MofKiioly Iru< iStore and Tvdings company of similar character -
or other devices a that will
shall be qualified are A. Martha J. Osborne Hf intirT, v4 John W. 0-
Mr Koouce besides being editor of protect: and make the said crosing safe for the
Company. and Jake Brown, and treasurer.
secretary borne. Defendant-Divorce.
passage ot pedestrians and vehicles along the
Immense Florida Land Deal. the Times is a member of the legislature SIXTH-The highest amount of indebtedness said so eel crossing the said railrcad tracks. IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
and liability to which tbe corporation at And in the event 01 failure of the said railroad IT
Florida's Wtalth. An immense real estate deal has named John W. Osborne.: be and be
an attorney-at-law and a candidate any time subject itself is fifty thousand dollars. company using and owning the said tracks to is hereby required to appear to the bill of com I.

Few tatt.. iu the union show more been practically consummated by a SEVENTH-The names and residences and erect. equip and maintain said guards gales plaint in said cause on or before Monday, .
for attorney general. the number of shares to be taken by each of or other device as provided herein within the
marked evidence of prority than number of brokers of Jacksonville a the subscribers as follows: time specified, and lor each day thereafter the The lilt day e fj iutrr.. A. D. 1904.
Number of Shares agent, survent or employe of said company It is further ordered that a copy of this order
J1orlc:.. TI U prosperity U shown land promoter of Ooala and a syndicate Wisconsin parties ha.e just invest Name. Residence subscribed by I using or having charge of said tracks shall be oi be published once a week for eight consecutive j
convtc'ion thereof. fine
Each Subscriber. upon punished by a weeks in the Ocala Weekly HinncrDonr .
DOt only iu the lucrra e>l population of Minnesota capitalists luring ed' $000.000) () ( for lands in Lafayette Abe Drown. Ocala. Florida. One hundred uot.exceedtngtwenty five dollars or imprisonment this 24th day of October. A. D io\.
and ninety. not exceeding thirty days. (Seal) S. T SISTrtUNK.

and the number of new corporations the past month. Altogether 230,000() county. _ _ JakeBrown. .. One hundred Section 2 It shall be the duly of the said and rail- Clerk Circuit Court.
road to close
and ninety. company open care By II C. SIrnk. U C.

aDd other enterprises, but iu the acres of the best round timber lands The turpentine operators of Polk Clark.RaY-Jobn-H.L.Anderson. Futy. that for the the said safety gates of the guards traveling or devices public in may order be Edwin Spencer Complainant' bol'r. I -J

lar of the been De SItu and Hillsborough counties son Company LeRoy Fifty insured against accident in crossing said tracksat
rjrljr I lucrrard rorty| valuation state hivs transferred to Herbert A.Ford, Ocala '. Twenty five the point mentioned herein and it is further NOTICE
'. the of the agent in charge of said railroad
Edward Hillet duly
la lu the the linue..otli have formed a subassociation.Women's Twenty
practically capitalists.The .
every S. Hall Twenty.five tracks to see that said gates are not close: at
Thomas Hall '. Twenty-five any time. except during the passage of anv ol Application fo Tax Deed Under Section 8
purchase included
54,000 .
Z. C ChamblihS Twenty-five tram cars or engine and then for a period of
%3 Lawsof Florida.
Chapter > ,
Witness Our hand and seals the 16 day ot November not longer than five minutes during the passageot 4
Comptroller Cruoui had received the ot the finest round timber land in the
1903. any train car. or engine over the said tracks: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W.
ABE BROWN. LS except the regular\ passenger trains on the & Br., purchaser of Tax Certificate
.**..IU"U' rolLs for the 1903 state while during the mouth of October dated the of
year JAKE BROWN LS main line entering and leaving said station in No 457. 6th day August, A. U.
H L. ANDERSON. LS which event said gates may be closed for a 1900 has filed aid certificate in mv office and
from thirty out of the forty cuimtien. the same syndidate bought HERBKRTA.FORD LS period of not exceedtng minutes at anyone has made application for tax deed to issue in
watchman. agent. servant or em- accordance with law. Said certificate embrace
time. Any
Tb... return speak voluinas for the 266,001) acres of timber land, at a cost! HALL.HIU.KR.R | LS LS ploye ot said railroad company having the said the following described poperty situated i.

Kidneys THOMAS C. HALL, LS gates.guards, or other devices in charge who Marion county Florida, to wit:
PfUtl|>rrltyof Florida. about |2.50 per acre. The more recent Z. C. CHA BUSS. LS shall violate this section of this ordinance shall Lot 2. block t2, Sparr, section 2$, township 13,
be punished upon conviction in the mayors range 12.
The thirty counties beard from purchase is said to have been State of Florida, court. by a fine ot not exceeding ten dollars or The said land being assessed at the date cf he
A Common Mistake which tountyof Marion imprisoned not exceeding ten days in the discretion issuance of such certificate in the i sine of Wm
show a total valuation of ,261,5US. paid for at the top price of close to In person came before the undersigned au of the court. Thompson. Unless said certificate shall I
Causes Much Suffering thoritv Abe Brown. Jake Brown. H. L. Anderson. Approved November 5. t903- redeemed according to law tax deed will II
For l\11r\ the afweaaed valuation inthwervuntlw $7 per acre. All of this land is situa- Herbert A. fiord, Edward Hiller. R. S. u 205t !II. FISHEL, Mayor. thereon on the Joth day of Nov. A D. tlJ
Hall. Thomas C. Hall and Z C Chambliss. : Witness official and the
mv signature sal
Women are Just as likely to have kid- each of whom is well known to me to be the'
wa I 6,:: 6J8. This ted in Lafayette and Taylor counties. I5th day of October. A. D. igoj.S.T.SISTRUNK.
same whose name is subscribed to the
ladder trouble u In fact. person ,
or men;
sho..i an increase of ,9S4SSO.. The total price paid for the entire aey foregoing proposed charter and acknowledged' NOTICE to 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. FU.

they art nort so; but very often they before me that he executed signed and sealed _ _ _
Tbel.fUltl\t.'rllyln the counties yet parcel is something less than a million said propoposed charter lor the uses and purposes II IIof
attribute indications of disorders to complaints therein set out and expressed. Notice Application lor Tax Deed Under Sec. NOTICE

to report hu been aa great, propertlonatel dollars, for the consummation of peculiar to their sex, while the i6th Given day under of November my hand, 1903.and seal of office this tion 8, of Chapter 4SSS! Laws of Florida.

-, a* those! already heard from, which there was a brokerage fee of I real cause of their trouble U some dls- [seal] H. M HAM FTON. N'OTICU 13 HEREBY GIVEN Certificate THAT FRED Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 cl |
Notary Public State ut Large. purchaser of Tax No.
tresilcg kidney or bladder disease. MY Commission Expires Aug 1, 1907. 742 dated the 3rd day ol April. A. D 1893, Chapter 4 8 Laws ot Florida.
and increased Naval
It U safe to that the 118.000.-Savannah Stores Re
nay dark NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR has filed said certificate in my omce and has NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV THAT T. C.
) Nerrousneii, puffy or LETTFRS PATENT made application for tax deed to issue in accordance purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
valuation lu the entire state will be view. _ circles under the eyes, pain In the back, Notice: is hereby given that the foregoing with law. Said certificate embracesthe 2131. 2146. 2361. dated the 3rd day of Oct. i8.
proposed charter will be presented to the following described property situated in and 1203 dated July a, 1594, has filed said certificates -
about f ID.OiO.OlN. ).-Tallaha&!ee Capital At the Race Track. profuse or scanty supply of urine with of the state of Florida and applicationfor governor Marion county. Florida, to-wit: in my office and has made application

desire letters patent thereon will be made to the South half of northeast quarter of southwest for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
There are a number of horses in strong odor and a frequent U passit governor of the state of Florida at Tallahassee, quarter section 22, townsmp 14. range 22. said certificates embrace the following described

I Runaway Bicycle. with scalding or burning sensation, Florida. on the 22nd day of December. 1903. The said land being assessed at ihe date of property situated in Marion county,
Terminated with an ugly cut on training the race track and some ABE BROWN. the issuance of such certificate in the name of Florida to-wit:
sediment after standing In a bottle twen JAKE BROWN. Feand L. Patterson. Unless said certificates South half ol southwest quarter section 23.

the leg of J. H. Orner, Franklin good: racing may soon be expected. ty-four hours are all signs of kidney or H. 1.. ASDERSON. shall be redeemed according to law tax northwest quarter of northwest quarter. except!
thereon the day of De five acres in southwest corner aud
HERBERT A. FORD deed will issue on 15th northeas
Owe, III, It developed a stubborn Those who are having horses in training bladder trouble, which soon wear out the EDWARD HILLER. cember D. 1003. quarter ol northwest quarter of lon 35. t
ulcer doctors and remedies R. S. HALL Witness my official signature and seal this the township 16. range 22 and lot 3. bock 4 Danbury .
unyielding are : Messrs. W. B. Conolly, most robust.If THOMAS 0 HALL, loth day November. A. D. 1903.S. section '9. township 16. range 23
for four years. Then Bucklen's han of these symptoms u 20 Z. C. CHAMBLIb- T. bISTRUNK. The said land being assessed ai the date of the
John R. Martin. C. C. Carmichael you any ii I3C Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Eta issuance of such certificates in the name of
Arnica rNklve cured. It's just as FoLEi'a KIDNEY CCEB will cure you and Adam Slyke Harriet Myers. F. N. Ramsdell.
Geo. K. Robinson. and Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be
skin and
lOUd for burn calds eruptions
restore your health. NOTICE OF ELECTION. redeemed according to law. tax dee will issue
and pile ::s.,. at Anti-Uonopoly We know there are thousands of womea sons WANTED-SEVERAL in each state to travel for house established thereon on the official 17th d(y of Nov and. seat. this. the

Drug More and Tydings & Co. m Messrs. Stockton and Jennings who are never well and who have almost For creating a Special Tax School District at eleven merenants years and and with agents a large for capital successful to and call I5th Witness day ot my Oct. A D.signature i?>3.
Moss Bluff. upon S. T. S.STRUNK
divided blankets at Tampa and towards lost hope of ever being well again, who profitable line. Permanent engagement Weekly 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court,
Cows At cash salary of SiS and all traveling expenses
each other became somewhat would be speedily changed to bright,happy NOTICE: will be held at the Long Grove and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. -
We will ('U Saturday, November 21, (Moss Bluff) school house. Manon coun- Experience not essentiaL Mention referenceand
bellicose and beligerent. Each attacked women glowing with health,by taking ty, Florida. during the hours of clock enclose self-addressed envelope. THE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE

offer for bale at S. A. Standley & Co's., FOLEI'S EIDNET Cess ; thus removing a. m. and sundown of Saturday Dec. NATIONAL, 334 Dearborn St. Chicago TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
D. for the of creating a
the "record" of the other and c A 1903. purpose
stable in kala a car load of fine milk the real Close of their misery instead of special tax school district to be known as the

both men grew excited. The pepperbox for "femali troubles." Moss Bluft Special Tax School District. The WANTED in this county and IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
doctoring NOTICE
cow. These cows were bought boundaries of the above said school district to MANAGER territory to represent and advertise 14th day of December. A D.. t'OJ I

more than ever promises to become Mrs. FEISCES L. SALES, of Missouri be as lollops: an old established business house 01 solid will apply to Honorable Robert Bulo ,
for this Mile and suited at the northeast corner of section of
*l dally are Commencing standing. Salary {21 weekly with Judge in and for Marion ,
a factor in the campaign. And Talley, la., writes: "I hue been,afflicted 17. township 16. range 2-", running west to Ock- financial day tot expenses paid on each Mondayby Florida, at his office in Ocala. in said county for
to the elhuat@ Why keep feeding a lawaha river, thence in a southeasterly direction J3 per Guardian of the
with kidney trouble five years had severe check direct from headquarters Expensesadvanced an order authorizing me as
ex:-Senator Call has not yet had an along the Ocklawaha river to the line di-. and horse and buggy furnished when! minor heirs of the estate of Lillian E. Turner.
*>rry cow when you can buy a good pains In my back and a frequent desire to viding townships 16 and 17.thence east to southeast necessary: position permanent<<: Address President deceased to sell at private sale the following

inning. _ _ I much corner of section 32.township 16. range 25 640 Monon Building, Chicago, in. 10 30 4t propribeloog g to said estate to-wit.:
when experienced of
one at auction on the above date. Theaale urinate riding thence north to the point beginning. interest ia the east half of the

Hon. Robert W. Davis' formal over the region cf tho kidneys. I And to elect three trustees and to vote on the southwest quarter and southeast quarter of
take place at 2 o'clock rain or pain millage to be assessed and collected for the next northwest quarter of Township 15

nouncement for governor iia truly tried five physicians without benefit and two year!. t.tilizeynusparetimeof South. Range 22. East ten 3. :
shine, M) you will not be disappointedby The following persons are appointed managers Study at t Home ereningi getting ', Said lands belonging to the estate of the said
admirable document. It should then concluded to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY and clerk of the election W. E. belter education and Lillian E Turner, deceased to be sold for the

I making your arrangements for serve as a model for all other candidates CUBE. After taking three.ll.oo bottles Martin. Jno.Martin T. Lewis clerk and N. L. Fort managers, earn more with the Tablet Home Study Cc l.essollSOII andjS. home or employment 10 learn Bookkeeping.Antbrnetic of November 1933.
) cured. 11-20 G. S. SCOTT, .cite .... Literature. H tory, TURNER.
: tbiidy.isUtwlt. both great and small.-Punta was completely A1iebra.tJeomett] Gram. Rhetoric .. A.C.
Attest Chairman.W. PhywS.: UIID.et... Teachers ilJed to pan e aima oo 8r.: Guardian
; FEKGrRoX & WILSON. Gorda Herald.r.M' Postoffi.'e Daj :Store. D. CABS" Secretary. uI54.e55. Cuu.iarshec. Ai.ica ,1. IHIXW. -. --.ria. 1113.



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LOUISIANA TRANSFER I " " " " " "i" ," "111" "1"t1" "11"19" "It"1 "I "1"t1PPPPPPIt111P4t1111" " " \

Hew Orleans to Hold Elaborate Cm- ....
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memoration Exercl <<
New Orlaina, NOT. 18.-Tus stet -e
et Louisiana, which hAs appropriated ---
1100.000 to cover its share In the St.Louis f':> ---"'"

Purchase exposition nest year.
will hold transfer commemoration exec CHASE B s NBORN's ijORNSBY 2ib.PK'G. .
class of its own Dae. 18 and 20 next '
The Louisiana Historical Aot>ty. the
members of which have: long been TEA PO T
working on such a celebration to take Coffee and Teas OATMEAL ]
place on the date of the actual transfer I
hare Just announced the program
ttt exercie The affair promises to

be one of the most elaborate ever '_ -- : ".-.--. i. :'>>':,- -:. .. _._..::_ : "_ : .-- . -7"" : ;-'.-:: ::
teld In the south and the officers of
.i the society announce that no pains
tare been spared to make it & fit commemoration -

the Cabildo Spanish yet will stands the domination of center city the practically hall transfer.about,of and the the as the when Tie days historic buildIng exercises of it-- I: I G 01 I c.iE' 1 RI Y ii I

was used for the formalities of thE _
turning over of Louisiana to ttl
American cooznleslocers.Both :: ..

Louisiana New have Orleans agreed and to the ultimately state: oi Below we give you the names of many of the different articles in 3

torn the use this of celebrated the society building aa a permanent over tc :=. Grocery line that we carry in addition to Staple S toc k. 2C 2 t.--Yc.'0/'. -cJI, .

home for the society' magnificent historical

manuscripts collection and records of books but paintings as it Is, E i BAYLE'S CONDIMENTS AS FOLLOWS: E IX IYx l

yet In use by the state supreme court -4.J
the dedication of the building for this : ,,

I purpose must be delayed until.the flew E JX_ JY_ JX_ TT7 :: v : X Jt
court buildings are completed.At .
,. ...
the time of the celebration, tows 'k #\ .1..: .t.1'n' ..h'J'
ever, the Cabildo will be given over -_- Horse Radish Mustard. :'"'' ...t.... .',.....\Z-. '-"P'-' '--:-,:" Ping Pong and Y: urn Yum Pickles ..... .
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to the use of the society and therein : After Dinner -.
the principal exercises trill be held. --e '
The French and Spanish ambassadors Deviled and Roquefort Cheese Taragona Vinegar .....

will be present; a man of war troll f-- Brunswick Relish ".. ..,
each of these nations expected al Peanut Butter Salted Peanuts .....
New Orleans at this time and a portion ---
of the Atlantic squadron will aid ::: Tobasco and Mexican Pepper Sauce Jars Mince Meat ::: /

in giving formality to the event. .......
The three day program win b< Extract Onion. I I_ Saratoga Chip PotatoesHEINZ'S -:
opened Friday evening. Dec 18 1, Britt 4
A reception and ball In the Cabildo ::: ... ,

i which Is to reproduce aa far ae possible .... ......
the ball given ICO years ago it __
honor of the American cony n1ae'.onets .... :
.r. Claiborne and Wilkinson. 1 1I
;r The celebrated beauties of New Orleans I ... I
will dance the minuet la COft =:
if tames duplicating those of cokmla.; -4

j; daTa supper and will an old-fashioned interrupt the New dancing Orleans al .- Apricots Cherries Red Raspberries Quince Strawberry, Pineapple 0::

It: midnight This event will be In ahargE' ::: Apple Butter Cranberry Sauce Sweet and hour Midgets Celery Sauce __
if of the ladles of the Historical cod -0
t.' et1. its patronesses representing ttl I :-: India Relic Celery Salad Sweet OniOllmall: Onions Tomato Chutney ...
l; oldest and best families iof New -4
leans. Or w "ushered Figs Evaporated Hurse Radish: Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce ....
The exercises will be hex ... .
. In the Cabildo, where there will b< ::- Pepper Sauce Tickling Vinegar ......
addresses by Gov. Heard, representatives -S
of France and Spain and the .-
< United States, followed by a milltarj Ee -4
parade and naval review before th t'o need to mention anything -4
.city.The temporary museum (tin the Cab afs- regarding the ?
ldo will be formally! opened, medal!
will be struck and In the evening the == STARt HAM ::
guests of the society will attend a s?e
:. cIa gala performance at the "'hile we are not ? :::
opera house. On Sunday Dae 20 o-- # --0
R the real centennial of the transfer the Exclusive Agents we carry a "d In --.
day will begin with high m&aa and T. -4
Deum In the oldest! Louis Cathedral -full stock of different averages
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after ,which. at the hour when the Cakes and

actual transfer took ptao there wit E and can give you fresh stock :::
t be an oration from the balcony of th ::: r s Crackers4

Cabildo and the national colon /U-1U! braised < .... and that will satisfy. -. '...
with sahrtes ra the Plat prices F AVe .....
d'Arms. Handle the ......
Merger of Powder CompanSan :-
Francisco Nov 13-R. S. Pro ::: CANNED MEATS y INNER SEAL BRIND'1 o0

nlman, of Dover, Dei, a ]prominent of
flcial of the DuPont Powder company We have every article that Xabiscos.-0...
Is here to take -- R.
over the several powder I -4

companies on this coast, whict ::: is possible to put in a can, a : champagne ==
were recently merged into the caster
0- Athena
combine. ,4 -4
!- ::, few specialties such asDarle's ; 4 Cheese Biscuits -ifI
...., } -
tl & Cervelat Sausages f
David C. Champlain, former may c -
of Biltmore and cashier of Biltaonestate :: Frankfort Bratwurst, Etc Wafers ===

f and George R.Torment form ___ Albert ....
I timekeeper, were indicted for embezzling Butter Wafers

by the grand Jury of Bancombi Bents ....
county North: Carolina.At :: Water Crackers .

Omaha, Xebr., the United States I ff Royal Scarlet Canned Oocoanut: Macroons --4J-

grand jury has returned true bit ii i :::= y 'r- a o'clock and Social Teas -...
against United States Senator Chars -
Goods H. M. Ginger Wafers
II. Dietrich and Postmaster *
.. Jacol
== ,, Saratoga
Chips. -
Fisher of Hastings Neb.,
chargim In Tin and Glass. 1 "" -
them wih bribery and conspiracy. Tlu 11 D SII Uerman ZweibackIn .
(- ar-- t
senator is charged with accepting i ;
J -
'L"' bribe of Emstit's carry a complete assortment ,.
$1.X00 from Fisher, in consideration -

of which the latter was -- Fruits. Fish and Vegetables ,' :::
recommended for the postmastrsh .....
at Hastings. -- and recommend them as A .. : -4 !
c Because of language used by Rea; Iii>- 3. ...... .
Admiral Evans in reviewing the findIngs the Best. Nothing Better to : i _.
of the court that tried AssisUn- c: -E -ir--
be had. -4
Paymaster Rushnorth Nicholson, it ii -
likely that the admiral will be reprl tI4
manded. -

Fraud on the part of the agents c ::: Cereals We Handle Hornsby & Go's Best Grades,
the Vanderbilt and Oelrichs Interest tt-
in the estate of the late Charles L -' .-4
Fair is charged by Mrs. Nelson, th H. O. Oatmeal Presto Besides we have theCream -4
mother of the late Mrs. Fair. H. 0. Breakfast Wheat Force of Wheat i

confirmed Among the by many the senate other notoinaGow Is that+ oiMajor E; H. O. Yellow Corn Meal Ambrosia Oatmeal Self Raising Buckwheat Etc =:

General S. M. B. Young to bi .
lieutenant general. --t

has meat The indorsed that American a President period Federation of Gonrpere'depression of see fc :: When you want Groceries call or write us and we will be pleased .

coming. c -4E'

San Domingo has notified the United to show you that we have what you want
States that several of the Islaad'i -d

spite ports this are the closed Clyde to liner commerce.Cherokee ta D* :..... Yours to Please for More Business

salted for these ports. The Dominican -
consul at New York :.
says th
Cherokee will be sunk If she tries t( gay
t enter the ports. a st THE TEA POT '

Because by 'China of over the indignation the reoompation displayed oMoukden. OUUUUlUiUillUlUUUUiUtUUUUlUlUUUUUUUUiUiUIUUliUUIUUillUllUUI I :

: Russia Is massing troop '
In the Far East
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