The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00250
 Material Information
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: December 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00250
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The paper "(Jf the Peor>le, for the People and by the People."

VOL. XXXVII, NO 12 -- -- I
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"' '''r''r''r''tr''ttrttr''r''r''r''r''r''r"'''' '' ''''' '''''' ',' '' '''''''' '' ''''' ''''' We are indebted:! to Messrs. Crosby !I Mm- --TH Eliiibeth Harris--, the .

-: and Hall for a fine 1904 calendar. It i .1 I
-' : > at d society editor of this paper,

q -1 I contains a beautiful I picture of a | left Tu ...lay fi.rThomaaville, Ga., to

--+ I I hor e'8 head. I be pr"4-ut at the wedding! of her EVERYBODY I I :t

r frilnl1U"'" Elisabeth Fondren
--o Mr. H. M. Mathis, of "Hwkvllle, S.)
1, : ; &iih, which takes place on the KNOWS
J son of Mr. 0. H. Matbis, i? one of
enu ill I!' of December ninth.
our new arrivals, and will put in a
'IN A ,{{ i
-, eanuluupecrop. The Montezuma\ tangle, trouble, .s.,*\ S
dispute whatever it map be termed

Mr. L. Harrison, special attorneyfor ,is at an end aud )Ir. C. W. Joseph
g::- If want to writ a nice letter can do it if have the fieaboard Air tine. a
you you you == railway, is now in quiet and uudisturbo 1 pos How all lines of business and 1
fc nice fltatiouery. You're In a box if you haven't the paper, andg '
SI paper is in a nice boi: if yuu buy it here.re have many styles. ::: was" guest of the Montezuma hotel session. He woo out along all liars prices on real estate have grown.

4 Wednesday: night. and is hoping to build up a good repu- A We
planted here the
seeds of
a +
I P08TOFFICE DRUG STORE 1 tatiou for himself and fur the hotel.
we want in Florida worse: [ ---- ------ T bank before this growth began
than anything else just now is the x
-- Kit-hop Wilson, who will preach in and have well attended them.
reatoralion of her oldtime winter
-- -- j the{ Methodist cjiurch next Sunday is Their roots are now in the founda

--- .," -- climate. I,I the] senior Bishop in the Methodist tion of every prosperous firm in
--- Episcopal church south,and is
-- -- Good reports! continue to reach ua of prom- the city.
utut in church circles for hist-li-
1J the Ocala High School. Prot. "Worknuu I
-- queureand religious
Duringhis 4k
-- -- and his corps of assistants, are
stay iu Ocala)" be will be the guest
-- doing lIme good work. ,
of Dr. and Mrs:! Iitar.:

7111111(IIIIIIIl111111111111111111111 j! !1 'ellllllllllllllllllllllllll1111111lItC: Mrs Sarah A. Harris, who has been .-- --- --- HUNROE & CHAMBLISS, 1' .
Messrs. N. G. Nor:!worthy and W. BANKERS.:
spending several weeks with Jlrs. ,.

.. I Frank Harris, of this city, left for her E. Allen, two prominent orange L OCALA FLORIDA. .
1".6'l' I( of Mclutonb U
home Panasr.tlkee; Thursday.; J growers were in Ocala : 1
1! Tuesday' and expressed the belief k t
David S. Woodrow t
.1 Miss Metta Jewett, who bbs been that the orange crop, which is now

absent visiting in New York, Virginia quite an item in their neighborhood, ,

PHOSPHATE LANDS.If and other points, returned home was unhurt by the late freeze. However

TU tldIiY.Irs.AnDs. one of them remarked, it was a Hutchins Roller Swing

Bond Hopkins, after a reminder that the business: i-t a

you hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or few days visit to her friend, Mrs. F. precarous one. BEATS THEM 3
royalty communicate with him. R. Gary, returned) to her home at
lease on
Mr. Hen E.
Raysor, orange expert, -
Orange Lak Tuesday.Dr. Rolls back and forth four
went up t) Board mau some days ago
1. W. C. Lindsay, who accompanied to examine the oranges In the F. O. feet.

the remains of the late George returned S .
Sampson grove, yesterdayand S
Office next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Pta.i Does
not make seasickness
Ballard to Montgomery, Ala., for pronounces them as sound as a

i BEJSL1SA33TH interment, has returned home. dollar. The fruit on this grove! is like the oldfashioned

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1 delightful in flavor and beautiful in Swing.Looks. ,
One hundred dollars in rash
or six I

!r 11 Slid BASBIS. Local Editor ,I Hon. W P. Haisley was able. K> tt. mouths in the county jail was Judge color boxes.i and numbers. about ten thousand I well on the ]lawn #

.i f y = I on the streets Tue.-dty, much tJ the R btrt BuUorK's! \ verdict Wednesday j or piazza.OGAii .

j : HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. delight/ of his friendIr. /!. a tiiust Wesley <-buu for toting a YSiHwJLMakes
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tI ; .
pistol in !his hip pocket.
.! : ( and C'adder R',,'-i
\ .:\ Standley left Tue'xlay for Kidneys

'J tlbI H MlmMary l Burr>-kl fa ou the silk Atlanta, where he goes to buy more Mrs. b. Waterman has -.- _.-. ..--.-- ..-.._.. --- .__ -___
{ returned : ---- ;;: ----l.j-- : -,-----.::-. -- --... ----
I'r list. _. mules ant I horses. frum a visit to Brook.sville, where she MEST6 BOY'SSUITS LADIES' and .MISSIS'JACKETS

, :If r The weilti; .r has .set In cold aud I has been since the death of ht-r r4L
Mrs. W. D. Grah-iiii i is enjoying a
r t ugly early. brother, Mr. J. M. Red:dick. ;
visit from her sitter, Miss I Carrie
S II Mr, Cbsc Craue was to be out Carter, of Fellowship. Mr. Clarence Camp left Wednesday

: \VrdnssJay.! fur .Sutlbsk, Va., toj u.i lw wife. )Ir.
: Mr. Joel Tucker, a prominent cow'
aud Mrs. Camp will then go to New
l\40v. J. C. Porter was not quite sO inertia 1 salesman of Jacksonville, was
York to spend several weeks.
i. ntll 11'eyiurKlay.! I in 0!ala I Tuesday.Mr .

II On account of the illness of htr
I somewhat I D. W. McLtury and mother,
J. it. Carlisle c16ar3f
baby, Mrs. W. C. Galbraith, who j is
11r;. Kune, of Cornell, wore iu the
1 ImprovedVeduesdny. I Ii with her
i'Ir. parents at Carrolton: Ga., is
city flr.l. few hours Tuesday,
rich ._ not expected home before Christ
i I How iu' ny Ocalaitos got -- --
;1r. Grant Cowan, formerly of Ihi!! mas., .
through iay and Maxim?. .
t. city, but wore recently of Washington -- --- n b
I K L. 11. 'Warrr-u haa returned Mr, DcJarnett, of Eatouton, Ga., i*
: !v. D. C.,1s now in Colorado. x,
,II from trip to Alabama. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Cham- =

i. -- -- -- __ What has brcnme of Cuarley: Rhei-! bens, and will fepeud the winter with 1 1

: f Mr. Hiniuel. TVagu J left for his naut-r's scheme to pay Deal out of tHr.Irs.. DeJaruett is aocompauied 75cto $15.00 $2.00 to $15.00

I home at Lilly Lake Wednesday.Mr. debt Bud put her ou a cash basis? by her granddaughter, Miss DeJarnett. -

; located With a new national bank: and agovernment .
C. W. Thatcher is DOW
I It at )Jr.. J. C. Sorter's.Mis building Ol1b will soon i Hoa. G. J. iStrozier is now residing The Cold WeatherHas
11it begin to feel her importance.Mr. at Trilby and may make Hernnndo

Joyce Hodge is the guest of county his future home. It is the
Will UosS, pbosphoie- miner .
1 r Mr. 8. T. Histruuk for a few days. county that furnishes occupants for a
\ aud expert, was among the promi I good many! of the chairs at the seat of come to us and now you must prepare for

tIf If f Court was engaged! Wednesday iu nent Ocala House guests Wednt'&da)'. government.

r an ejectment Casa from lUHeview.Mrs. The ladies who conducted the same Our line of men's and boy's suits over= l
, was one wan in Ocala yesterday .
, J: W. F. Wallace, of Candler, Episcopal bazaar added one hundred
who made no kick about the
and is and the
" coats complete prices
fI pants are
'I !. WM transacting& business in Ocala aud fifty dollars to the church building weather. That gentleman was Mr. as

:., Tue.day.Thone fund. W.H. Clark. He remarked that !it know the lowest for the quality
I i\ -- ---- you very ,
-f,. who paid the Metroj>olU". for az Jlr. S W. Petteway of Duun llon, "was good weather for ducks," andwas

I z write-up can: have the money re- and Mr. G. A. Petteway, of Leroy, happy.

1 fuu:Jed! by making application to Mr. turpentine operators, spent a few The beautiful doll that attracted so Everything S

i C, U liittinger, secretary o( the hours between trains in Ocala Tues- much attention at the Episcopalbazar inMen's '

Hoard of Trade. day. Tuesday was won by Miss! Wear

Louise Gamsby. she captured the

t 11S.8 S.S..SSt .et. I doll by guessing for whom it was t
..SIS.... i... named-Miss Gertrude Pereda. Is in our Store
t t. .I

.I Mrs. ALum Martin and her daughter -

1 I Miss Lavelette Martin, who have MEN'S and BOY'SOvercoats MEN'S and BOY'SPants

S ay I been spending the past five months

t; .I iu Virginia and Georgia, returned Styoes StyoesSTORE

.1< : TO TijE PUBLIC: .I home Wednesday morning over the
.I Seaboard.
What more beautiful, more appro- 1
printe, or less expensive XMAS GIFTS Mr. Hood, of South Carolina, and
than a first class Photograph of your .I
his daughter, Mrs. John M. Reddick
self or family, framed or unframed.! .I ,
'. For new styles and prices call on Brooksville, were in Ocala Tues-

.. .. The) Gottleib Studio, .. dry aud after spending a day or two THE '

here with relatives aud friends will i ..
Floor above Teapot Croceoy. ;
t 4 : "r"BalJieRquick wink." leave for South Carolina, where Mrs.
Reddick will in future reside. 1

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"4 ", Dr. J. C. Pelot, one of the most distinguished BOSTO.1I1I1llij

citizens of Manatee:

rt -SS.-.S county, has been spending a week in 7ih

: Ocala visiting his brother Mr. W. A. I 1t. '

Pelot, in his affliction. The Doctor -

t returned to his home Tuesday and $1.50 to $12.50 ",
1..1 25c. to $5.00
; is holding his years remarkably well. ,
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: dar. trtiS do dsteg I I 8UTCH10I. t j Sapplaauag- fl.-eft. f fiact for Baatiac Wiifeavt: L; eu.. tls
I IJ 1p DO fW' tae !
The CoInmuian Bock Onips.ny. ef {hm.W'arirn W. E. Hauuo bad
gsiu't yet;r9 afl ttwt tuay tar i ir t tALanu.
iis i
1I4n b to that
''Hkd _tr.IQ\J. 5.CV. I1'f.tIO'1fill I n asserted eat .. G*., b4 ori2iuad & tame i' Mr. F. H iakL) TBO" is tf+utht4
the peo" a 01 Kitectan w1@ U eels.ate i
at cards rbtfL 1M a soeUI fad iait rap"di" :, the wtster ic Ocala, up fecforeOf Jus:1r
bice.t Ttr
wl.1 p 10 btrtLrn tin
II 3a rt with a Xrnae tP.o E" y I !
i iv d 'Lz "fliudl." he nt wt tin PeaatVkfel 7'rdllraliJ fur
it dtr.e W.fc ag1k4 the etLsrdjr.ft.D9.. .
invited. 1
:.Ic .,w&ton'. ty. .+t at I'QV" GfInhII + tr duiljr ;t gamy.t.l-ri'"TriiLr bUI vitboat a he:; feal aDd be .w L4r ,
!.A.st '' unriry. lei & TrIJ atkutrcr41f
bas the .4< tslirt of hamt? t*'* f'Sea lEaad e. rs.re' .
< t &lzing fIfI9'tlJooJ every 7neeuwuUlr 'rcC' .
>tJMgpt, Prat Ovei t rc; j
f fpl-sdid "aitlaatiwual gssr tunnytr i o itk-1iIIt Irk J&IfIi nj..coy a '
JIP.If a are tsgloeriog Iii rc&d ltd .J'.I iuere tiDt: ..:f... 1' ; I
.tid"a'ura wsidrns".trro 1 rcij-r of $ltf other frf fiv-j cariw!
and gd tMted. willi Jw.k 10 .U g""A S. f. l; io- utoetIi08 :; r
attest -: ds3e I ) .
i fit fo far tkfsiA t&:4 H.o ad : ku., ia .Flon al wu1 tt' j I rY : '11
PITH&SON didal-e. Ill t
e r
II tt T
l lJAvrri.teilrt.Atcd ? sObf at AWlr t, :
1 I "Fradsa Htr .Fe .t art"') ad ltlErsi titel d to 10 ,..... aDd prCakkt. ,

.ray t trrzioba 1 td reteetbd bawtug 6ad aAlts ; Gamesfc
potot&11 .
; 'dIIdk eald IIK: i'..PI ;

w.( rulbseg ea i j jptadviy 1iiF6r.i.a ta4h k *B Insportaot 5ai*.
"Owr.tyt" &1IDugw J 10 '
I I'IUll A.nk .... v44Ia Oesiab I: i An ia Ifi* of MB acr- -'.
fui4erac UyasiAifer. a.f aoefl'! t ad0'Y, toe frterr of" loX da.i', alls i maut !! C: d g -a.... szsc

k tEiu ot JIft. c. r.te in each Fa cat of
ir '.-g: Jut a mil: of ttote ; .t the .. ; bBd is Utf Mareiwl.: **& *p wan -
s .} ''d wish di O't.e J.4atk.
v'--ut + tt.bt paved-rtw re4iri J. W'ever. ; l Ia1Lir..ted thho tceek A Me. JtHr '
.t'J; : g Wrtte .* Uk;. ladtatDiai.a Hook < Lion Coffee

S-1r.atit t6i' rbAw, fA t' 1Lb 48 tti4ham iI I i "lIJIIltk givia* '-a't ally tIt '-t41 I I! (;oarpday ft! A&d SS WatUfe&U trc., | was 1stHireto !r cad My* u-

k.o!. Lsrg'. Uo tx x 20:. Puw'r I by a t..'. r rn1 waa 4M4. .. rod j i 1 AtifcDli, f.... ittll JiL"ticUA'," : prop, rte 1a retb.b)-ta a.
the ebifdrrs aI'O! t hoIidia,. M.riou etJUDj' is beCOITtag
bsug hUrf* za -- ------- i Cap try sV&1

I, Friday dada the third Hjwctfe &f Fight WtH Ee Blttr.Wt : a eiocc: gTovit t Hiiii v *..i- AaTl..E3 Tf.E p-D O': t/rJ'rJ'tat': '::",.,"'ftEK OF A' =D _

A B o-. bFlJ > ,
I bai'fL A frr JrfV tH TV4V* hEi'tL Tito, will Jifttlst In cl'SIIiZtbetr \iill tt"ttIe nUC+t lia; fi lr :lrC't",a

j jI -- fTtH2 UatP catE; : 1-:;:.
-- irS
::; J.J>D
I Their ttmpany was eery **TI to tOt a IIctinull.l re u.mendarioa 1 prapcsta( u.ur aza; ...IL..c..ra1xl1t Ctn: :

'Brea News to Mother'That w efl apprwriau Come lLga n. of Dr. Aillg'l tiew Di" toe Pi.i g i cuerm._aat ta the."v.--aaiea.ia an nta !rr acre.;::.J!!bate r :of.. -i

( Hje =. H.EertJ >: a ..a p.aW tat ricief of
CJ9try for eoo au3piJOD, vilj bate a t; Watch( the Kidneys u.mt.w p v.-c rstr'es

Pnmrj R. lct. !I ITs llo.a.g bad biter Ett vitL tt.eirif J--?ae a.et sir tM v.-rsa. bba : beat j jA
iW1iJ' it lit !Ct 9

,. raeYJ3ikaof tie Oca* Buacr I troubl, not ended e&rlier t>y fatal WHEN THET ARC AFFISTES un u tad pclaaFit Yitf; ,i"-cc..'. IiIaa6: 0cLa
(;Ir.i1tn.htlutfftl"t it: caauifrsttdio Larva CDoiSI- r 4
trrninaieu. Bead what T. R. B-&U, IN SANSCft baU"ITSCI _.abr.rt at tW =-:_
fehfc runs no risk when the buys furniture at our hire ash the luatur of the date to be filed I .18 be $t31.cat &alii! :...

cf PaL, Mia, fca to ay, "Las: fall i :Ty ( JB Oi a w.r.e.
*' jx/sitivety will not uiiarcprnt anything. Because there artIL' by the: state co&aitu fur the pi I WOKO 6F WARMIfeS aaI SeMTiit i ti.Htai slid tAt ""...>--"".' .. '
aI1.: aay.eput d w Joey. Mt a.C ,
of ;
wiT had CODj -l'e mn-
| symptom
my ertry cuattue. i ilK ra-= -. .... .
elect .In for tb: &omibat 4eandtdbtht ;.t'uyia& : :c ;
) long fringe of extravagant daiin in our .advertfeeineats ign tnary j I.umptioa. ssbfe took Dr Eing'iNewDicery Dr. Lnunn, :..e gat zaiiL'I : "reu..Wr.wrxratwns u.: :;c InH -

flit t'acted 8tate M&.1br, Oil ssry&es, "e 2 kssrwa t3warts any rar =.JjICn.ca
<> reason why we have not got the Largest and Prettiest line of I a t-r eTtrytfcicgle ban: aaen a' _go.a war! and aaers a are
1JifJ.gt'e..UofD and tilt various state f: 4c rJ, i3..ed cT warilzj! tc aacw. k lJ="".lf :_:IQ (,{
; ffc.iJ.-d. Improveioect eame at once i rataraad *.* .1>ter sea.. QoI tzmtwr'1sLa, _

good ; ; fehown in Qcala. For Beauty, frewgn, Finteh and lAwPr trd rsuol* f.ir.t..n, and it _11"rii", sad four i,<,ttier fctitlrelj tatted L -r." Lsm-ialpnf uo s ia J t5 til :u kid asd mttgract.ttqarc kae.Eaici.ia jio cp- '
vies Li r'1 te wsrfi: "ff'efei ii/ rite lrst.awlmt.: :: c sad oiar- marl o( 4t3a
U- the g"Lfr..l ortciioo teat tier :' Gnararz rd oj Ant Monopoly Drug t4afaattra .an:3C are cn IT UK wkln of Si-
f4, wi-JciaJin! th.at't'f; have our competitors "on tbe run." In kidneys; aha Ikty ire .fe& !4 lift u vt. opr'r au..ac the Ock:a.
exuu no 1't-'l1b&to eau for: a4e et- : rICtrt': and ,dfag* and Co. Prieisic.; ." .&Ai&ISC at }ouafnsta assspntr naesgfe.atrr. ; _
order to proyf our abtrtion; all we ak k that when are looking and f 1 66. Trial 1 i Kti,- irw. I dir.ffr. c 'r--c o. u tM ..t., u: f.unTilt
you date io of the b t1cp><+taar san vt UK run it carrteMHacrftamrr
lug & aDY Pl'ring It !i tie dcty of ti.*i-! orjau to !, Gli1IInt. 'i
s ta.rtaartie cars a DC tk ,...
for J'UKKITUKK you make u; call: aril k/ok ai ti*,> jwbbvjot IL'Ktilte.EIpfN. Pi.r rDt Rjor elii cuesaacf it IL ec llao J viitd &f si&oaou*h Our i'<-rsa wa coca,. -a;; w..
we are fehowjng. We can fit out with ;ObM f4 j ffrfrnt% W a 4..ft' : tibr has of ">t' prjot-r. tIt art cap&tls of cusilrf li.t sott ft:&,' ai kac JT .CT: af tae corptrirttoBi war tat general ptlrpaw t ".
you a .
fx.JI of : Asia. 1rLu they d. at p.rs 1au.z.-'l1IeCIII saw stock aotkot1.o
< sad .a et w& !e_ o: the tampurwrFeatjive
f arc> ...tr work:: praper/.then trc-Ke: !iKKB a Vnmna-ic ao.urr- cuasAuf Q{ '
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+e s aaaa ett S 4r etets i the
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larni!ser to f ra ass x L:.e .
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oor.vrndtauaa ttex use nnnaied per
MOSS eLUF1 lo'n. atd if glecfei, dtathSozie rll fJ".ow. etc*' sets&a '!Ie tam :z aj the t't.e cI. >I .
tai 79F--.tiC ..-. tYRj KC. ID nibs u4 J
0: tLi mast ttr.cS pw van...>put NIt alas JUL Mr 1.lL tally pall

art, fccLls* ia tL. tick or Upe, Iw'.::u arc saK-a *et atC
TLe recent cold e-nap.haa docx.oatderatle Quartered Oak Bed Room mu tb-'Tat wacz tat tmpD7.4ipt ;
nil's, fntsi Biier.. ejej, dry cr .Za&is rase. sk r r! J -
daiU ige tO the fcU furred :e uaiatnnJ aaereat
tosg appe. Ftis3 sasoaes.a9t% tirji annual seek: .
tbl auction aUld syrup iuak-r err : tiint,ve&kaeu and laa cf v'!C iU \ wI ..C .kv a 7. ass Aecmarj iMof I
'te'w 3fta "IW: aua:. the stock- "
double UJUr'j at pftnent Orange f taarert or coatia the crlr, tryef acaatssd s> as.ear tie matron o: ofilon \
.-.l:' iIoe sea[m1 se carr K* OCL F- tract. : e cap d will vrry little damage Suit For Only $27.00ROUND Lea the skla or .:nr.:g pew p-- wsriae Tae.iaf. m -* a race yen. ui
dissrden o! the itasach and };rer.I :2e s .. .rC tac.c t busiHiI Ii
rapt to the budded. .tl" ;k. : o aa. Ezd: too coeatc t; ire f tit elw
I Ail tit atort .yzr.D+1 da nr. >sat nJiI tiIIIf ie Vre A irws.prendezt,

Ii-f 1C A. t' rt-ef. of Oflaodo, and i ia any ore cue, i4 all l iaey (sirs..trl and aa-Ir JaE rrt.ak.: ; sea3L aa;;:trasorera adebtednaicaaat.

Mr. Van i oU-klr, of Winter Park, kId i wrest B3 pr** C.i tit 1&:: e IY: ;;aoJ. : ass b i! !! t. satei tse eL 7CritloIl
i6di fl'r ...
&:IV a aIIa. J
t.w day' wertiugj at the :.O'Jgrt-g.. i! There Is aotikr C.111t !l1riillJ cd .. '.tae saD5 aae readeace aid
mik tit Fa.zn1lDnT lac JIIIIIitc wi.ns IE he area t>jr rata of
i surely :N : klinejs r jitai
tiobal churcb l*..i cot*k. The vbur.-b tae s ,.a-aa texas re
j CTKZ. It ItI a ii islntneratSturatee '
CENTER TABLE SQUARE a prtp1. an : 1ii..........__ .':--riIed by
Forest i it
ft4-I greatly revived. Mr. avery I best kat Hi rem, eO usd ky tit Yrlfi y.Yz aa Sntacrftct. .

.' le 'uJu et.t-r Jl.ud..11 Lv Lear | coat ce:0)7ted kldzey spedallo. hill w:.. t: LF1rr.1IIL: use aaDdredMl BtBClJ.E J

biw appreciate Lu?...rw"Oe. eai r *d br pijildaas; and ud by siaat ;a JIftwL 0. h n.dreda '

;. Li ins i'ea:alL'1'M mid .. "a &d tuadJ, .
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O tr sela..art 1.1 rgrh.g very nLta --
U car a0: c sro i.opeleia eases,it cow pt- c..anjIIb- ..
/"I.ilr'akb Mu Awirler YiI pus xsteacher. to $5.00 vet:.t f t: .l kidney s-auil aai give raSelhi EDward FxICS: 4S. Ode- -- TmtyfinTwratyiw fj&f

even tie las:r..gei cf kiey dire s..Ban .-. '!YatV he
r"amaac SaS -
-or TwcBtj-fcn
Little Mii Jiit M.rtlu, dauihtrr pOt tom w Drag siort Z. C f, -- T.eath.tasalmslaabtaathes
t 1 .y. Ileac ,
of Mr. cud MEL J. H. U.rUo, b quite u a --- -- -- -- = cr, -
i5i HO"-R. [tal
.1,11", 11'ar lea that she "m uru t.e JA.a..It; ':oi.J t
Ur..J. F.IV..1UJ BEK7 it.l.JUt"A it.ISD i LS .-' -

Mr. J. p. Hflier *, ttttrt known tut *. W. M. Dillardl)! bunumer- I 1B.C.L r '
Chairs, Table and SideboardSMYRNA TEOKAa C; EA.LL.'U
"Uucta Jen--," who trved tLrvugh fttld:t, tpLt a febvrt time ia town with I! Z- CCHAHBUar. :.IS]!
State of Fajraia.oeKfof" .
two w.r., dial fcthU L'IUI.IIV.. /7, friend, 3Iouday.Mr : I For $28 ( : Xarve.Is .
Only : PCTSOS ceae bare tae cawSers g iieil u j.
Of Lf. l fiIUfr. '''Uocl J.*w' WM P. W. Green hu returned 1 liKE-irr Abe Brewz. Jaie Sm-e.. H 1..A.a d tri -
SOB. Hzrxn i. t-att, Edward & se k. &
sine of tie uldtat! htcl rtl( of Murionxxjuty. from a visit to rtMivtre iu Mclutobb. i sat Taocu C isJ; sat Z C CfeambitM. ,
each of shoes s well kacvv & lme ube tile
( lily wife and cltildrtn Lave Ia3epesJa saeie xuse M sobienaec to Ue "
An erjoy&ble dance tins_ I given Tuesday j i i.rea r :pr- &"1C.a1I4 .aw't tdt4 ('

our Uii'JrrHtt vyiupKlbyMil. evening by the Mieeee tiy'kes and AND MOQUET I I bete said prvxpoponri:cic Uua :ke ct.Les1M: exrrnmt tic crcec oe aac sad Baled pal j f.

Dell lUruibert of Uuialilla, trotbtft. poses thrre-.a srt oat and tipttJOCiiGt 1-:
.ea sane BT fcasd and spa a: o ce tki ->>
Liu berg viekiug her pireoU Mr. nod i! intb liar of Norckbc. JiIP;. 0
Thanksgiving day wa VtrY'Juitt i I "s-All H JC E MPf'C. '.

Mr. W, t;. }Jartlu.fr. RUGS 4 xay hWIc S a1t .i Ltrjt ..
here, at! neither the MetbodiU or the $150 $5 00 I Yctntnra."11 X 'i.itt :. 'x ::.
JA'UM Lucius /f dUirict No NOTICE OF XXTES710JS TO JLffLt rot "..
JiaptLst rninieUr were in town there i UETTFB.S PATEVT" -

8, tae t flick tit rod ovtroctr, i Li= buiH- Koi-c* is 1cmP'n tau the tasgaiif
ww no religious Mrrvicee and nothing I, propaacd charter win be financed to tae ta.P'nJT .
tug k Very flue straw road from at the cute cf FlamU, aaa appbQ- :
to break the aluuott Sabbath like I far letter TaicElttcreaB will be aaade K till .
WLIU "nry U OckkwaLn.. Kvery Etwrmorof the Ca:e of Flonda at Taliakwaet "
quitlurbd. FINE PICTURE FRAMES ftoriis,em the zmi: fiar of Peceaherjei..
U.Jy oa tL> tat tide of the (fJckla I I ".u.E U.O-'S. j.

$ II I Mr. T. C. Hall, of 011.u. the i JAS.E BROW>. t
,..)i* river appreciate the uime. Mr. I ifL A DEL.ON t&E&EiT
guilt .,f Mr. J. D. Pope Saturday Ar FORD,
Luciu will be rtujtuiUred io the CENTS TO $4.50 EBWA1D HlUil.

night, coming down for the monthly I ;-
I ssau.HLLL
the uut election if be waaU any" $ ?
of the II XI: r res.vat tC j
meeting P..tlltvltwf&ol'JDlc - --- .
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Lodge, of which be la a member. in April
May lacking
or are (singularly lertpaper Prosperity
Mir IJllie White viiited Ocala laht

wsrtk during. caruival. Mr, J, D. Pope made a btuinet both In force and number, while There ia no other business! which Children ,

trip Jacksonville last wttk rtlura- has : ,
improved tso much during theput
Yr. T. W. I* Ifardee, .uperinUn. many excellent and practical reasons:

debt for J H. Martin Ing Friday night. ten years as the newspaper! bueiIKS a
Capt. turpentine have been advanced in favor of deferring
Mr. And Mil' B. F. Pwkburfct of Itutttdtobe 1
that a !local newspaper
mill ba been sick but' When
quite the primary to the latest poa- You Write
Nortbboro, M&& ., spent Katurday at' never made any money, and if 1
now IruI.rovlng.Mr.lJ. bible date contUtent I with the requirement
the Seminole, topping old while CD I a local merchant &dvertia in it, he Your Christmas Letter
McCrauy and wife of Una-
I of the laws on the subject
dale relatives and route to Tangerine, to look at several simply did it "to help the paper," as j
were visiting Chief three from To Santa
among practically Claus
friend here thU week. I I, place: with. view to baying ia the be claimed. All this has changed. Ti
the whole cf South Florida,
iprlng. Every intelligent farmer and town \ I
There are <{Uite a number! speakingof come urgent expression in favor of Just put in a line at the bottom .
Little Edna Nichols while marchIng man as well, now takes hie local tellin at Pittman:
to the bow ia Ocala Dec. 3. paper store he
June and even July, as the month can get some of the prettiest fet ..
in Hcbool t Wednesday ellpped and be reads it front start to such Figures you ever
We believe that J.H. Martin hisgot to fault the convenience and budnetss saw, as Little Babies, Coo-coo Birds cat
and fell and Lad the nUfortane to ; finish. The merchants have found Girls, Foxy Grandpa Happy DOg,
two acre uf tile best pine laud Hooltgau.
requirements of the fruit growers and I 5ft'.atprice* 10 to 25per
cent. below
break tbe btcond finger of her left i this to be a fact and for this reason those others are askmg.
lu Ube A deal of this
-ne couuty. great we by
vegetable of the assertion
grower peninsula, I. (about the
I baud. It wwjbttby Dr. Mister and they know it pays to advertise. Of prices. ) with a GUARANTEE that ifs I
ib it matured fifteen W eighteen feet. and vigorous protest agalntt! the JUT. ,

Is doing well. course there are hOme old fogies still .
We weighed one stalk which was election of earlier date alto j
any are
Dr. and Mr Orlando Mixter arrived doing brines! but tbe people have I
about au average that weighed 7 noted. In East
Middle aud Wett Williams the
new leader of the
Tuesday and are pleasantly (settled learned that tbe merchant who sticks I
Florida feimilar seutimente
in their pretty home. With them prevail. to the old fogy idea of advertising! democratic minority ia the house of
We of the state
enjoy many llrebllcUI'I" There, the marketing of the Irish
were Mr. and !Ii'll. Dudley, of Fitchburg sticks to old time high prices for bis representatives at Washington ia
tbat we nee shout tbeVrUi"
'" and other I
potato spring la
Ma**., and Mr. 0. D. Waeh* crops I goods also, and they are beginning to said to be an all-round clever man. .
| tit J. N. C. H. We, tbeitopU scarcely completed before the last of .
frl like the who burn, of Hyracuue, Jf, Y., who are pass him by.-Mount Pleasant Timesf His most famous speech was in defense J1A1PITTMAN
( negro May, and the work of preparation Review.
very pleauaotly dctniclled f of Admiral
ia the I Schley the Fifty
bad a white man before his honor for and the of
planting the
Abbott LoU e. staple A Thousand Dollars/ Worth of Good. seventh congress. He wrote a set of
and when the whiter
I lUafJ11tar. ago, ia then
cummer well under
Cold and 111, an old umbrella mend crops way, A. H. Thurnen, a well known coal verses beginning: "Ob, who la
luau began to testify, the justice said and would be ueriously interfered
er was found Saturday morning lying operator of Buffklo.O., writes, "I have Crowninshield, papa?" and read themin

by the railroad with by political agitations. By Juneor been afflicted with kidney and bladder the
A Costly MiiUkt.Uluuder track He way course of his speech. The

July, however, both the fruit trouble for years, passing gravel or
taken In and U verses! had for their
are aometiiueii very ex being cared for by refrain the statement
of the stone with excruciating pain. 1 got
grower peninsula and thetarmel'll
|11t'1I.h. Oaadoually life Itself is Mr and Sire Whlltler.Mrs. no relief from mediciUM until I began that Rear Admiral Crownin- s
of the northern sJ
countiea will
the price of a tuUtake, but you'll T. A. Mitchell/ IJltnt!i a few day taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the dhield, who was chief of the Bureauof

paver b. wrong if you take Dr. King's lad week with relative at Oxford. be so fcituated as regards the season's result was suiprising. A few do*>es Navigation of the Navy Department

operations that political interruptions started the brick dust like
N.w, U(. 1'iiU fur IIY"I'tl"la, dialItean Joaif.FOLEroNiYmTAR. fine stones during the war with Spain, and
thereto would work no great bard. and now I have no pain across
bt..aI cgs, liver or bowel trouble. one of the most active
ship and, indeed, might often be kidneys sine I feel like a new man. the antl ,

Tb"y &I4II1-utlt'tIt thorough. 25c. at welcomed) as a change, as well as a It has done me a thousand dollars Schley propaganda, was "the greatesttar & SO
Autl-MunojM/ly' drug store and Ty iCures }N.rt
itlugt and Co. m pleaaingand patriotic duty. worth of good tlWolIlce Drug that ever stayed! ashore." The
Pre Pneumiuil J. J. J. Htore. m home roared with laughter. .


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

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VOL. 12

I Heard From After Five Years. The Barlow Minstrels. -
About seven years ago Mr. Frank The above nmed> aggregation/

THE OLD I Cam, brother of Superintendent | showed at the opera hou-e Monday S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

WIMBLE4 Cam and Mr. Baxter Cam. Mr. Cam night. They were greeted with a

left this county to seek UN fortune in good audience and the prrformau-e

the far WVfet. Some member of the was a splendid one. The Barlow Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,

rtligMs; family heard from him regularly! for Minstrels: of which Mr. J. A. Cohurnis

about two years but five years ago all i i the owner and manager, i is always

l O 1rdiP 1r- letters verged and he was given up as !I I H good one and this year they are We carry the most completeline

w Y4qt dead uutil yesterday: when Buprin- better than ever before. of Harness, Saddles, etc 'M'

teudent Cam received tidings from Every feature is hi;;h class and the in central Florida, and will give
1 Your +
objectof every ptrfermer is to pleasethe
t him.Mr. patrons the very lowest
.it. Carn states that he went on an 1 audience. They carry an excellent .

t ; exploring expedition and for twelvemonths "Huo-ar Band," which is prices. We are thoroughly ; '
was snow bound ata place under the direction, Mr. Coburn, equipped for fitting out turpen-

three hundred] miles north of Point who is a fine musician. The solo
tine and lumber teams, gear,
\., Barrow, Inch is the most northern singing of Mr. Wolfe, the basso! aud .. i

," f point of Alaska. Tbe exploring party of Mr. MvAcallou, the Irish tenor, wagons, etc. +

was finally rescued by borne Siberian were pleating features.Ed .
AVe hand full line of Columbus and Summers
always keep
travelers.! taken SU and on a
They were to Hayes DAU Holt, the 1 lattera

brri'i and spent: two years in that ire native of Macon GA., and known Buggies, and 'White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmJWagons.

{ fla-1 region and Mr. Cam gradually as the Georgia Cotton Blossom," are North Side Court Iloiioe. f:('ull'. TlttI'm )

'" I worked his way back and landed at the end men and ar, both artists in

} 1" heattltfou November and theiriiue. _._ _. .
4j the eleventh -- ------ ------- ---- -- --
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: he is now at Monte ChrisU, Wash Varin and Turenne, the Roman axe -

t f Absolutely Pure iugton. I manipulators are great and the TIE CLUB HOUSE.

expedition was for the purpose famous Gloss: Brothers in their ---

;, THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE of exploring for gold but their efforts, acrobatic blunts are hard to beat.

f i- notwithstanding the hardships they 1 There is good dancing by Daly, !I i II Cuisine First Class. I 'Dates Reasoiiable I Ii

S endured, were fruitless and Mr. Cairn Strong and Chaney, music by Coburn

---. I! returns to the land of his nativity a and Holt aud the show conclude I

\\1 111! ZUS13RB Lt i:: Local Editor Miss Elizabeth .Gist returnedto poorer<< but a wiser man. lIe is with the "Clown's Troubles" by Her, i I R furgished T roug }out. Special Rotes by Month.MRS. I

rc i her home at McIntosh Saturday twenty six years old and few men of Burke and McDonald.The .

1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. .after a brief visit with friends in his age have had so marvelous an whole performance was most
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0 -ali.I experience.: enjoyable. I Ii -
I Mr. Arthn J. Doyle was: In the city II IITynJu. I Mr. Howard Clark returned Friday Death of Mr. Frink. Mr. Vincent Moody Married. 1.I -

from Troy, Ala! where he has been Sews was! received here Saturday
Mrj. Lnvina Frost Brigham has
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P for the past several mouth's taking a afternoon announcing the death of : -
j I' Mr. J. A. Jordan pent Sunday issued card announcing the marriage
business court*. Mr. Albert Berry Frink at his! home II I
with bit .lf. hrr. of her daughter, Jeuuie Louise, to
-- --- in Tampa. He died Wednesday and Going Back Home I
Mr. Vincent Fair Moody.) The
.}h. and Mr.. L. C. Hell aa.1 l bro), I Fred G. 1J Weihe, the bustling and was hurried Thursday afternoon Rev. uiar- j' i --- -
riajre.ncd! at the home of the
of York, int )Ion it> JonlMr. .. ever happy jeweler, has hail a Uf w C. H. Nash offiuatiDg. Doi.
I I I I bride ocThurn-lay, the twenty sixth I i Nothing ., Here i in Florida!
I l--ck put into his store, and will M-VV Mrs. Friuk, who was before her
T. II. J bu."ii went ..oulh ot November at North Castle, New I i .
set the tim from the U. S. 01.1"- va- marriage three Mips j Julia
years ago
Tu..'Uy to vllt Ilk r.rauue gtot'e. York. I ; S nee Pittman & Son hav received -
tory daily. Wells was here on a vii, and did I
The groom is a SOT of Mrs. Eliza P. ; that big line of fine heaters.
Mr Anla I Ifcmd Hopkius, of .
not know that her huslw I wa even
Mr. J. J. Ck<>Ufy, of the luwner Iod.uf. tli1' its, anti until a few
have all
Orange Ltkr, it* vl.U'; \g tri ud3 In --iion ly ill until the news reached They of heaters,
firm of Coony, Eckstein & Comptny liveu here. His
years: ago many: "
(kal UJWMn.ltu. fart days. here Saturday. Mr. Frink had beenan j wild none of them are of the "luke
of New York, after spending weekin Ocala fririuts wish him much happintSM I
inalM for a time and Mrs. i warm" brand. Anyone using one
.ki, willow of ih Ute Maj.O. Ocala left Saturday for Fe-rnaudma long in his married life.
Frink left him with his mother at ; of their splendid stoves will have
. P. IMMSI., of FrullUuil Park, was! and Brnn: wil'k. :Mr. and Mrs. Moody are at home to

ituouK our vl.iu>r* MDU,t Ur.Koley't Tampa, while she ctme to Ocala on a their friends iu Palatka, where Mr. Ii no trouble in keeping as warm as
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Miller returned business visit.
Moody is engaged in the drug business. i- is necessary for human beings to
Honey anti Tar positively Sunday Irom their wedding She i is pros:ratet with grief and is I i be in this world.That's .
rare nil throat sad luug disaces.Patofncr and home to their friends I
trip are at
at a loss to understand why she was 1 I heatin>r'em some, eh!
Drug 8tort'. m at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. for before her husband's The T. U. Lady Commissioner
------ not sent
I Get rcur price and :see the quality of our goods,
Slim lIattte Dye Anti Master: Paul 8. Tike Ola Ft. King avenue. death. Contest.
an d we will be satisfied with the result.
p. Wratum 11I4'ut| Saturday and Sun- We extend our sympathies to Mrs. Ouly two weeks remain for the
Mrs Robert Taylor and little son
dray with their Krandptreuts! at O.d Robert returned home Monday after. Frink in her great trouble.Engagement friends of the TimPs-Union world's I Ifaircommissiouer'scontestants J. A. PITTMAN & SON.OLD .
M P Town. to do !i I II
have been in Atlantafor
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I 1 I )Ir. and Mrir. I'tnlot New York several weeks having Dr. Calhountreat The engagement of :Miss: Elizabeth their hustling lu, and the supportersof I I J I
Cornell Miss Agues Rogers the St. Petersburg -
t arc pending the winter at the little fellow for granulatedeye Toudreu Boiilli and Mr. Louis Frazer I
their daughter, candidate, should do some hust -
I near this city with lids. Driver, both of Thomasville, Ga has
t Mr*. D. W. McLaury. been announced. The marriage will ling. The count of last Sunday showed OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
h ---- The fixtures for the Central National her to be 5-1 votes iu the lead, and
Mr. M. Hauihiou has! returned Bank have arrived and the master take place on the evening of Dec. the Ocala people are of course goingto FLORIDA.BOILERS .
she has 9th, and will be a quiet home wedding -
t from JrcKwnvll1P\ when* mechanic, who is to place them in put forth a big effort for Miss Harris

4 J. Awn visiting her brother Mr. J. W. position arrived Thursday after witnessed by only relatives and on the home itret h.-8t. Peters- ENGINES

Holllttrr( fur several months.Mr. noon. The bank will open as soonas friends. burg Times.At .
j Smith is of Thomasville'smost
: Miss one
they are put m position which Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps,
and )1, Jack Camp
: ladies and has
popular young the last national repulibcau Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belting -
will be about Monday.Mr.
1 8uuJ y morning from Sutlolk, Va., many friends here, who will be interested convention ex-Gov. Taylor, of Ken Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

whrtth y bUtHll'l.'ot the past two B. F. Mayo came down from in the news of her engage- tucky, charged with being an accessory IILLH.\xn) MINING SUPPLIES.

wettu with Mr Camp' parenl8- Jacksonville and spent Sunday in ment. She spent several weeks here to the murder of;Gov. Goebel,

4 i \ Don't te Imposed upon by takingaUWutei Ocal He returned home Monday last winter as the guest of :Misses: with great demonstrations of applause -

tft'rt'll! for Foley's Honey morning accompanied by his wife and Sara and Violet Harris aud several and the waving of banners, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

t and Tar. 1'iwtofflce Drug Store m two children, who have been visitingin summers ago she spent a few weeks was marched up to the speaker'sstand ILL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK

,. Mr., and ),,.. I'. C. Davie I returned Ocala for the past two weeks.! with the Misses Harris and exhibited as a martyr to -- .- -- .,.

\ ButuUy from a two week's visit to Splendid Thanksgiving Feature.A southern intolerance and oppression.

friends and relative at Thouiasville Mrs. Carl B. Van Deman returned feature of the entertainment Meanwhile Taylor's associates have "

3 'J 0.. home last week from Marion county, given in the opera house Thanks- been tried and pronounced guily by "RflCI[ ( d MOMENT[ I.

)lr. J.m..* Brooks, Miss Foy Crib- where she went for a visit with her giving night for the benefit of the ('ourtsof competent jurisdiction aud i/I

f bet and .Mi* Edith lUchelder spent mother and grandmother, Mrs. Waldo Marion County Hospital, was the the unsatisfied'finger: of the law con- e H aye :you decided on the kind of

Sunday with the former' parents at and &Ir!!. Owens. These ladies will banjo playing of Mr. R. S- Russell, tinues to point unerringly at the / \iS fertiliz er you are going to use? It's

5lartel. both come here in a few days, and one of H. J. Heinz Co.'a representatives ex-governor. Will the national republican / l l i not a question of how much, but

they will remain during the winter convention have the nerve what kind and when the best results
Mr. W. W. Chamber, of Jackson- who is engaged in demonstrating -
Till, a opular representative of the with Mrs. Van Deman at her home the merits of the famous "57 to again exeibit him as a martyr? a a can he obtained. You can't make a .

on East Duval street.-Times-Union. Varieties"to the ladies of city. mistake when you use our high grade
American Tobacco Co. was in Ocala a
.i It was the late Robt. G. Ingersoll
14t Monday.Mr. The custom of the street hacks of He rendered a solo that captivatedthe who strung the following words like fertilizers

: aUd Jars- E. JL'Mote- after a crowding around the entrance to the audience, and was compelled to glittering beads in describing Beethoven's High est cash price paid for dry bones
9 A. ''. L. depot when trains are m is respond to several encores. This sound '
; ort TUlt In Ocala with Mrs. Mote'ster.Mra. Symphony.
and The ladies interested in the ;IIF I r NHL [COMPANY
i William Hocker, returned vei.v annoying to strangers, hospitalwill wrought picture of the fields and {
especially ladies. They must either most likely give a benefit supper Gainesville, Fla.
t woods of and
: their home at Leesburg Monday flowering hedge happy
wait till the train pulls out of the and social in the near future, and we
: t rDooo. home, where thrushes build and J :

way <>r run chances in getting out hope that Mr. Russell will be with us swallows' fly, and mothers sing to JA8.M.ORAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice.Pree ti
I Mr. Irwin who is in the 1 that lime. i
Ueardon through a maze of teams and shout. at
babes; this echo of the babbled
I railroad tervlce at Dunnellon, return- : ing jehua. Right -Schedule-on -A. C. L.
lullaby of brooks that dallying, wind The First National Bank t tOF
t eJ Monday afternoon from his vacation I
Mrs. John Diebert and Miss Katie The travelling public in this section and fall where meadows bare their

which he spent pleasantly at Ballard arrived in Ocala Saturday will te glad to know that a sigh daisied bosoms to the sun; this joyous r

HUlnnlb and Washington.Col. morning to accompany the body of train has been put on the Atlantic mimicry of summer rain, the laugh INESVILLE. 1

;4 l. V.J. Shipman, who for some the late George F. Ballard to Birmingham Coast Line railway. of children, and the rhythmic rustleof
Um, afternoon.Dr. The first train went through Sun The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
+ put Lan been connected with the Ala., Saturday the whispering leaves; this strophe
Montezuma hotel left Monday after- W. C. Lindsay, as a member of day night. The train arrives in of peasant life; this perfect poem of
r Capital. . . .. . ... .. . . .$50,000 00 -
noon for Leeftburg where he will assume the Mystic Bchriners, to which order Ocala going north at 1:15 a. m. and content and love.A Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . .. . 20,00000
charge of the Lake View hotel. the deceased belonged, also accom- going south reaches Ocala at 3:10 a. bank
kidney or bladder trouble can Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any in the
Mr. Bblpman is an experienced hotel panied the remains to Birmingham, m. The south bound train was a always be cured by using Foley's state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
Etc Interest allowed All business
;f wan and this paper wishes him sue- where they will be laid to rest this I little late on this first trip reaching K1 .n y Cure in time. Postoffice transacted by special promptly.arrangement.

I c*. la hb new home. afternoon by the side of his wife. Ocala at 11 o'clock the next morning. Drug Store. m 0-17 H. E. TAYLOPsCuh! ,



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1 I I '' The Ocala Man with the Mustache

t\. 'I A Golden Rule Somebody was asking after "Tom" -i!

of Agriculture: (Published by Request.) Harris the other day, and-av fast 1
Several Cases of Much Interest be iflaracamphiRelieves ;
Buslueea men who advertise for does time tly-only one man in the
land and
fle good to your your crop
will Oe good!. deity or Heard it this Term. )'outhK to fill |>ogltiouj: requiring a crowd bad even so much as ever

Following is the docket. The crimInal knowledge of "the three n*"' 8tyt the heard of the resourceful little Ocala lortantly or Money Refunded

docket however, will be greatly
Potash"ERE Baltimore Sun, complain that thebO8 editor was the first man to seriously -
Increased by tie findings of the grand
Jury: who apply for employment often advocate the removal of the Itching Bleeding Piles, :;

In tht fertilizer p lls quality j A,, I Criminal Docket spell badly, know little arithmetic capital l from Tillihitsiee: ; who eveu
and in the h vJ (* Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding. Allays all
quantity ir< e
< i
State vs. B. I"'. Lyons selling whisky and display general ignorance in III. I. I j
far cad his The
teat. Write u, andWVIUfcfe\ went 1t as iu ptper, I Inflammation It CoOls. It Soothes. It Cures. '
VWVVTfrV f without license. Continued! from
we will send { .
you New Capital, nud who.e fieri-f mustaclien t
Jra; by neat nail, last; tonu. N. M. Al'lrod for the state, then-elves Sold only In lye.SOc.. A flM Bottles At all good DnnfUu,
lone that he could
were MO
our money Ir.r.ipg t Edwin Spencer and U. L. Anderson for ; f
9 books ran recall l oNted' facts Iu a uuiulerolojjies.
tlk the dofondant. actually tie lima ends together behiud FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON OPOuY DRUGSTORE

i CCSVAN KAUJ coats, State vs. Hen Drummer selling They can also parse, ami his head. Tom wits a void fellow and
) ?Ntnia Strict,
+ .
eras tat. whisky without licence. Continued they may have a uiatutrriug of he had what the elect vail "a nerve," -

from last term N. M. Allred for state. algebra aud udhl.it rrspt-e's but he bometiiiifs had very little

State of Florida vs. Caesar liurnett baseball records aud names of champion JUST RECEIVED'
money; and oueof the queerest eights!
murder. Continue'! rom last term. N. football they have wtlltortd -
experts th i 8lu>it Talks man ever wiiu sled ,
M. Allred for
state It. II. Bullock for
tuiuds and rdt'uth't1Ut'IIIlrn'ti.. OUR FALL STOCK. A large: supply of Big Boston
defendant was the :tale pu-si-nted b "little
pe. >
Hut to do a comparatively simple lettuce of the most reliable feed farmers in the United
State of Florida vs. F. Isfoffert, breakIng I 1"1111"llItI day, when his three primers States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips Cucumbers, Egg

and entering. Continued from last uiu iuvolviui theexereisaof a little hud struck work. Tom said nothing Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kInds of Farm

term. N. M. Allred for state. common sense, the mauipulatiuuj ofa but, giving his mustache an and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .

State of Florida vs. Edward Austin few vulgar fractious or decimals sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
extra twirl, sauntered out. In about
AND THEREoeatee larceny. anti the application of familiar rules! Corn for spring.
State vs. Will Jacobs, rape. Mandate ten minutes he came in, aud gravely
-this is beyond them. Boys of from
from the supreme court (new laying a silver dollar dowu ou each

ft swab lumber village ut rlUrtow trial) the third one granted. R. B Ilul-! 14 to 16, iu an age of abundant aud striker's "case ailably remarked : TheOcalaSeedStore

almost lock for probivutlon, (states attorney costly free school, are wanting lu the i
was t'oUlI1Ml'ly'Ipt'd
"Boys! I've ordered a fine oyster supper
1:1 disqualified) and Edwin W. Davis
very elements of a practical educa-
out by tiro Friday night.
for defense. and borne beer sent around from
'-'-' tiou.( Nor is this confined to poor -
Common Law or Civil Docket Ztcu'd this coid night; and here a little .
Mr Carlo V, Ayer, son of TAX .\*' boy, the sons of parents struggling
Munroe & Chauibliss vs. 1' R. Lester pocket change for you. Just as
I'm'\\f Ayrf thin city I h* now iu replevin. Continued from last with adversity, but pnideuu of
soou a-t we uet things systematized'
l"! t'b'r" he bus a } "...ltiou, in tent 11. I.. Anderson for plaintiff colleges Hud technological scbtwlsatllrui
this was one of Tom's pet phrases"everythingwill -
t for A. (\ I* ticket allies. Anderson & Mocker for defendant that rich men's sons nowadays

Johnson & \V. K. Zewad- moxealong smoot b.
-'- -' Clark '
c(aue to their lu'titutiousl'rt'ld1t.Jl
Mr. (X O. Jotun, our of the O.'ala ski, assunip&it Continued from last ly." Poor Tow, his hand and heart
coupler| MS -Mvets the three' Us.I'lif tiesa\
1' "lIt'\'ti nUimcU friends of (.\ilvtry't term. 11. I. Anderson for plaintiff, were as open a- the day. His Ocala '
klll required to write decently a era isie seers de. ffielr ova 1
\V. K. Zewads-ki( for himself.Annie .
ausd" us a pees"aht call Friday while i, daily: lou,; since: went the way of all
| rh Cc's
,Uiu ,l Jj else. tJU rage of etrraupataoD Uefae it 1
K \\ +ward: et al \s. LewisC. I English seuteuceaud spell the f, ,
iu the city ou x ttaslur.vt visit.Tl flesh, but Torn himself, when last : (' tCM6e9tllritalC.1'St3 .
Griffin ejectment. Continued from words correctly seems to be s'caret'rand j jOST
last term II L. Anderson for plaintiff : Uearil: from, wa fortunately holding
: "" b'*t Mil round !iultu < l\t, for scarcer: every }ear. Oar rued.i I
\\'. K. Zow-aJs-U for dt>(,' >e.Villiaia down a good job iu Louisville! Ky.TimtsUui.ia .- ,i
both nun xua U-*>r, u UaiJfw '" fleeting escuauges are coutiuuilly -
Km Oil \ Hockers.. International ":;h.>rt 'Talks." l1! ; f i taltlDiOWla PELLETS ; i,
Try it; 2) HI '
Oee.ia Telegraph Co, :action at law. bu..iu olt the pro riri) of au ruriu- teas only rediee chi h e.4 Karate ctrl do Dot get is stnI

l\ h.nh'v hrtllt Store. hi Coatiuued from last term. T. E. Big-g. errV aetug able to write.. a report in Homosassa Club Makes Ready for I IY .: ray. Powerful pmg.tiree gripe, pein and take eoctrnedIt
--- .
Judas Utoert H-ilKvk ajs the for plaintiff. J. l:. Hartride for defense. iutelli r bee Ka
The HomiK>as !i Fishing club will 1l+ li system izdepe ent c! Ztngd. For ale by ail dawn i iit
luurh'it' uurkvt 1 it slow xt to void br'iujiug his tech*
very H. \\'. Long et al and county conmis have their anuutl fish in Florida in '\ 1'on: d.-n-gat alIl 1 riab a fry aa a tt re sill l \
prvx'Ut! It luviU.: t Iveuauy week tiiUl'\( nieal l knowledge lute ooa wpL The t t
touers vs. Fidelity & Deposit Co.
January. The members are now already
IKvuors wrrt 1"lItt. of Maryland, action at law.V., K. Z(- thighrreducation"in fact, encounter BMoivC
in Retting together
waists fv'r plaintiff and U. L. Anderson its t Crr ttst obstacle iu the --hor-: eugawd C 'ew York
lion (\ M, Hf\''' U tvturu*! S t turdy their tools of corporations! they will \
for defendants. l'Omil1lt. of the lower school: *, 'rUt'I : sold Greenztnlle.

kfuruoou from Giiut'I\'IlI.., H. L, Anderson as trustee vs. F. C. t._. .t! :af ihlsdn'tvA. of t1ti'i..Dl'Y: iuthe talk of iiolhiu else, sire Ilih hocks" \ Tenn.

'b"N the cjtiuluUtrsf( held bit: JHV.ateetiu & lRy. (\\.. first term ejectment R. schools that give the averase boy rod, nets, part of every cription. \

Itrical ui L. ajiJ II. Anderson for plaintiff. .
; Friday < Postal cards are being mailed now
L. \. G. all the rducatiou h# ever geU is to lie ;
Green and P. Rstney for deuxe. .
ltau.au'e LUrrl'iH* and Toaic 1V1 ? foud, it is believed) in the: uiultipli to come together promptly at 6 o'clock

lets, complete, )>lf:' :*ut a.Mfutit I C xv R. McKeaa vs. W. T. Wheeler. city of ul>
ttralturut tor t"Ulvtiou *uU lilia first term assumpsit. Allred & Davis of fad-list,, iuleres'ed publishers I Duraud's.| East Alabama stre'tt 1- OFFICE Ultra OIIC.. OCALA, FLl.

t.tDSUl'. tK s, two mexiKJium ,, for plaintiff R Anderson for defendant and ignorant school l authorities.The I They arerxpteled and Mr. Durand

;Set 1\ltIlonl.l'rll 't h\r.... m
will entertain with liht refreshmentsand
---'--- Frank W Ditto vs. A\: P. Edwards : 'rare: perpetually: addimc to
J. F.
and Mrs( Alf Ncuuuuu 1."hitJr..u .\' action at law. fir>t term. T. K. Biggs the: curriculum same new Sv'i..uceoraccompliohmeuf. the meeting will be of importance EDWARDS'BIG

of IlstubarCerutauy, leer for plaintiff R. A. Burford for defense. thus hyiu c new as all arrangements Tor Jan. L

;u,,* it the itaU Manse. Mr Neu, GekUw&ha Lumber Co.. \s. Ocala buniriison the: luck of the harucdteacbtrr. nary: will bdiscUs-
luadry & Machine Works, replevin, i issous band will blow few popular
wu t.I ruxwl; ? iu tin phr: pimxtrbttrlurrs In almost every grade the
first term R. U Anderson for pla n.titt -
boy :\' ) ctlrr bring forced airs among which will w rendered a
:-\ ? ?, to cram .
Allred & Davis for defense.
hot tim iu the old torn. and whereis -
A tV*. m>>rty of subjects than ... -

-*lU 'IU h.ht" tor rrrrtrtl atttug first term. R. L. Andersonfor i 6 studied by the toy of the :awe agewho : rujlx)y tout.;ht. ,-...

our oC our priiu-iiul ihorxm hftm to pSaiutin: Boo**; &: GiUea for defense. is bring t'tiuittd io an. expen.ive The following! are the same member \ ,-

<. of which the club hlios Keen 1q ...
LooL Both com- '
irrp }ortiesuixus from falling) tutu the"lkltahtL prim M -
J, McCorkle S. M. Davis
vs. ; ae- -
u and havemore than posed for the past nineteen years: : ; '
ee canals: pupil they can :: : !
thou at !law. C. I* Sistmnk for plaintiff = r.c ,
Dr. A. W. Calhoun Frank Rice : .
duo Tee former unable "'"
is to hU a'l
: and H. L. Anderson for defense. : : give: t -
Mr. sad Mrs, floors U. MeKeaujrturutst Flora A Lee vs. Sloan: Lovell. eject- individual attention to each of hU Chi E. Currier, D. Woodward, E. -=. s; ..*- I I t"C= _: ';..

Friday\ afitrnooa fwiutUlrItUUl meet, tINt term. C. L. SIstruak: for tUin pupils$, and the latter: lack the: C. Peters,G o. Lowndes. Geo. Muss, s;., -_ao -aO ) .I I ._' :._: ,z

trill l>om\< their at>;eut e plaintHt T. E. Bisss for defense. mental capacity to absorb the multifarious John Bcrkde, Frank g Pots, I. S. r-:: ;: _.

they vititai Smuiuh, Mateo, Jxekwuvllie Jas A Pitiaaa vs. E. C Smith as- s'iencJs. arts and craft Mitchell, Bud Branan, Henry )[e- ::::" .i- .,
sunvp$it. first term. R. Bullock for pre- ... .. v :
ahd AlUuta, Cod, W. rf. Duncan Ei Payne, : d;
!t'nt'tl) their undeveloped faculties.
plainuC. T. R Eigss for defen>e. : 4j
L. A. Becker 4 Co vs. J. W. Castel Th system is at f ulL The boys get lick Castleberry, Dr. J. S. Todd. ..
ton Knew
Wht hll.
replevin first terra. Joseph Bell for no thorough grounding in essentials, Henry Darand( Kell : Pots, Dave -- FAMOUS -
y\\u take GfTi.St: f plaintiffs, W. K. ZewadskI IXllCrMIK'HVSCU BEER
; for defense.
but hurried Wylie, Thos Armistead, Judge Van
ar oa from
grade to
Chill Tonb beC4u.* ;ihe fortuul is Ttos. Lwiner .
vs. A. L. Ry. Ca.
Uiuly. pnnttnl ou every txutle dhow.. tin Uw, first tena Aired & Davis grade., digesting such scraps of Epps, Clark Howell, Wynn Hurt, H.De.'aur FINE: WINES, 'VRISKIES: and BRA.l'i JIES.l1J.OOi.Y 11 1 '

lug that it i Uitupiy iwuuvlt qaiuluIu for plaintiff, L x. Green lad G. P. Ricey kco\\ g-t as they: eaa. The mnedy and others.-Atlanta Jou rnaL ) : .. .atvaat.._ -.--" s:.'+ r L >IIl atr- -l. I t
a tt+tele4 form \ My tee -- tat ter : :
v' CUtuo for defense. is t\1 the reek of .. /Ol NoelcIrd.'izAbraat.
sweep ologie
This the of the when 3L1 i.oo :: Li* }(" 1.4t '" 1Jt
seamen year: in's Emew Cora at.
St1'. .. .
t .
1'ay, .
My 4 ooMy -- cat 1tr _
Ella J. Ennis vs. J. a Wiilixss, assaxpsii. which prevent a thorough trainingand the prudent and careful housewife Lao GUlIt_.___._._ --..-, IK 1Itf.-! few -, .. w ... I.UI '1
W. \V. Mruu first ter War & War '.CII" .... .... ,. i
s ,'rvtmicvnt( eula-n :: : and recur with constant emphasis: to replenishes her supply of CLimberUia's Yy *- lot "'* *_ ** SSi' s.f.IIaL_. .- 1-"

,\f KuU l was in the cuy ouy blsursi( L. X Gtwa for PIint:. AUred &; Pacts the three R., Kcidioj. writing and Cough Remedy. It is .e rt.iin The Ju:; and Kt'g. Trade ld a Special Feature
for defenseR. IaseadingruuozLvial.: .
ttrvly.\ Mr. Mrtm tats 'hstth :arilhrnetie, taught nth old fiiinoned to be needed before the winter is over tx ,LLII iwr.; ". yta.ecle.wt3t aK ',,&. \q<<:'.eeele. s: +cat "6'- li+Ilianoaldtblgcioaiul.
CcvvVy: B. R. Hicsoo.PJLSS
>s. t\$' I.enmiret+3 2eyaxllect
and results are much more prompt a''sxrcissus +aaaaT'a r+:yt taseIgivegoodbesttoods
l'UtUw"l\'i: waJUiou in Ilt.i. first tena. H. L. Andersoa for attention to >p lfu:;, wooM sttisfy azdtnn ettesarr. ,
when it is at
acdsAtis'iClory kept tnaOKff !ltC\u."tNit) t .t sairtelepc, e' *
err jvxvi :and Hut th* Brkk City i* In plaintiff. T. E. BUS foe defense.Salle the educations rtquiremenu' of the hand and given as sown as the cold is '",- 'S.> It.F.*elrsslaJtleotder.EDWAEDS. e

*U*wuJtitioa Hun venl M )shay and aasbazi E. .
fv\rj of I
great majority boys neap better contracted and before it has become
: McKiy. TS. Fidebty &; IVc sit C\'=1- ._. -- -
yratail@t' lUt :ill. than the present cuiofie ccrriccli. settled in the system.: In almost
pay of h1a"yta-d. *ctk a a i lav. Aadersoa cold be
A wy must fc* provided for bright every a severe may WeWant i
t.'t'iwf.'l".ttk.lu atu, 'hudt"rf'o.ll &: Hbt'Vr piaiaU2. R. B. warded off by taking this: remedy

rl".tddAuilt: ;>. \. aoclley: A Co**,, I iU. k. X. M. Aired and IX U. Ftetriier boys who want acp, but the needs freely as soon as the first indication of 1 ,

users our huadrwl vtollm for for defense. of the averaja boy who "goes into j ,
case Every Grower
any cold appears. There is co danger in in the State
business" should t the ..
of first
nrurihia, nervous concern giving it to children for it contains no To Havo Our Books. r

pro+tnUouor pain of an; kind that: UTE OK OUKCITY OF .II>LEIXFKASKJ.CKK.NKY \ cf our school aathoritiesthin,, hirmftil sabetaace.: It ii pleasant to ..

lid eaauty "W.1N with 'a* toa: >rh of his Ixc..u C'orY.. } gv>, "edaeaiioa' for the latter "a amocktry. take, both adapts and children like iL -FI.O R I U- YKtilr'\\Ll A ,"OJ;trt!' !ILUII.i! .a Ffcol*crop ;

tauh 11:1 tUr male oath that I;Ls a nioetiry t v.aase: it Bay it and you will get the twst. It --FLOUIDi! OK 1Milt\lwit DC +ex tai tatECec hit iii OIOels.FLORIh j n

h i the' xeaior ignores the weHtriedtiisgs r. xlm "Sot 't'R.11i'UEJihlkrr"vAlet: eu-Cjtf" CtIIt'rattextir '
> partner of the' EJIU oft ail .
always cares For SA: !* by drug- +J. k'tr t"'"art@trhush ,'' I'
R,11'. H\.tiJi.Y"I Etrris U \J.CUSXSY COL many bat each.1It -
Jt ,doing brain* in t POl.t'Ol'AI
gist and rnediciae dealers. ni 1rvlet ept 1 E!*a ia for city for a taw syi+s.r 1i.'td wit i\;p t"PI J

Ur fl1fnrytl! ia hUU i.'l\ srtxvticH: ,aid said dim will pup theatntef of sauHehiMrgetokira that erosp Every day LK week could b* seen FSt'PLTc:2'EItYILILi\Cp'tK t.N"wrrM.,' "tifJ: iatetrS tO PitSnI. i

tu".fI'" >.s N.Wiw, and says O.NE HCNDREDPJLLAR: cia l e p Tcfei The frst ire of So eompaay of interested ppetherett "IDEAL .ER1'lL1l1," :kkvtbo.ta 1L:. <*ar kiifcrsct bfisi ,:. J

fur each and every gas of Catarrh t'rOOp is ho&ncSeu. A :' ia font of Other Ditson 4Ox aysee ptiv.( IrtL'Neraud
day cr two .
tt r pug lU r
I"SN grow :> eat
that cicot be cured by the use of be.&rthe. stuck the child t ccceshours stare, all adaiinag the exquisitehrp : Rt"\ td Fclltjuuet b.n'Ju.&PubU.Oht'd .
put pwrk i:r sad outer -
avtge gu< HAU.V CATAKKM Cars
*. This is scoa L: awl by & there displayed, the prvprtj cf S rut Err for .t kiul;.

FRASKJ. CHENEY.iatujr ywuliir esjuziu Gin
CtiaUriiia'sCeczh Miss Ante Rank Libby, thectie-
$errs tl.lulO mud' a WILSON & TOOMH
TAr U\'V Uat 2 vaiat \.nlk freely U :aooa as the } FERTILIZER COMPHY
bated hup oloi>; and tes.her. It is
pwseat.v, tai 6th diy of IVwailwr *- ehiM br'omeii tears, or erealJafter:
t..iuq-ut dvwniu tn\ t tf Vaunts jtW the i cot one of Enid's fine:: :: fcirps. and was JACKSO.ILLE. FLORIDA..
A. IX 1t. $, rout a?f u.,, and it windtswl DL' ,
r l'hazittlict' 11x,".i. skttaid t:: t.\N -. ill sjnpcecu of eroc Ia hrecjht to this woatry by &d tN" U --

1u ether porthons of the (11J'I t. t.-seal-} \. C", Gu'O Warp Pc.Hk.H this wy all din Z':: aid anxiety maYbe where it was waifeiSea and awa.'ded ,..........W.'We.1VW..sessss..s.-..........w.....

,\ ttta Irxetenetttf Ito: tht l'wvt intesst'tlvu tytath sroid *nii remedy La cacti br fiat priz* it th!' WorldV Fair. It is : ESTABLISHED 15 VEATJS- !
$ 'ut is tskea i.ternsllr thocsiad .
the ity wt+il tJ hs.'ulr be many of Olcha an.! has .
ad s,' s diwvtly oa the bkxxinisctt a fret. !.eaztifil: iestttiaiect, LiacEad
nsrerteen Brown ta fail. : HANNE
n jSi isfan BROS ;
lull U1'w'tttt tolatter Nt.' \ 1. and :> arfi>!* of the sy>:esi. the rely dee\oraa. oaly
remedy thai
I :end frv mount a' ,fr. cu al I

Un a 1u\1'. >'\J.CHEXEY A CXX, Tc'leL>,0tt wayle depended tree iznedkis that iplt.ant i to'i:;gtYtr itai upco. lei: -:! theper.&t : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND :BEER HOUSE. i

.i }'1ctY of thn dsxtl: 'fUN wig 1 '. d dby Prrcists, :" slt dr.-.nL t nd s ant sate: to sta. Fet sale by I : l'.45 to 12 W. Atiasis S,.. JSeL. lltill Flaid :

Chttrbartiltt'st'at tttet uJ hvindl A C'rit.u TrTh ... dealers, laThe f t
The Last tssa* of the GatsesrRes i
t1 lhd al"x lrl l'+ .lx Mttt thu 1.11 Bit cxbw of lb.Ch.' .. prettiest kc of r ]g8i r1 FinQtt. 4
a d ayptlis S :h.I..i: t'W'it :J..l emi: ka the : : s:2.zcsexrt t--
T t.f 1'' t.hxt. k.: ax-.t fr ","liar I school C Cause. Z4 "''Q t te
jvliy Jxt.xr
: : C many yeL ray now toseen C -sic nnee neither ef which str'esSed t xam6'uL x.i.T l.J.- ix aC
hl time 3dr N eb +s. 1':11r.t .MOl hu
f s.C
adeaw<'ers wits hn their an.auai it Weil&s!lwv .!: iaits ttik"t L3R5 eerxintr avt serer:nr 'o J.'S s..: tI
na attpetiv1 a to tiaLateat t e the deep f fas 4- =.s a

eeatelt, U\\.1I. :nar rh'l"t1w.tk' t Cbri .Cw..io Low 00'1 the rrr.irr e:x piiocaly Tar; sioes a ts. aa: -i- o r.w pal 1::.-ct*\4.' CIal'zth to : ; EXPRESS PREPAID. IOirR&fSK as s tr2.haC- t

1\'f .lay t.l14I1; l h+y..lta xli,'irirtralritsr !. of rvwaiter tw'ttl.tI'1'1\'th, Ctrwa- pa 'C cf the lrg! holiday tai he be trstth<".Lt th 5u ; .t sly try to xa PzanL :

\ m Ihe, : *, 15 yss', s Q .c'x CI brute .
5? Ib. 1
et Ui'tQ fc want ia i sassatitj, .
:i .. we ..aaaaaae _= ____ ____ __ ___ _____." ._ ..


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



IdA ELIZABETH HABSIS. Local Editor Sweet Active, Ennobling Charity. I Polities In the First Ward. I I WILL HISTORY GO ON REPEATING I Public Notice. I Circuit Court.

The first meeting, of the King's The first ward la the only one in the ITSELF I The publh is hereby warned that I The winter term of the circuit

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Daughters since their organization I I city where anything is doingin I I I I will pay no orders given on me from court for this county convened Tuesday

a was held in the Library the 1 The late Robert G. Ingersoll called I any person whomsoever unless:! such
rooms yesterday present municipal l contest. I I I has written Judge W. H. Bullock presiding,
person authority from
11.... Julia W. Friuk left on the Seaboard morning. There was a good There are three candidates for alder- 'attention to the fact that no vice authorizing them to make such orders me and Mr. N. M. Allred'li) kin after

yesterday for Tampa. attendance and much interest mani- man, and Mr. C. M. Brown jr., is as I president was ever made president by I Ocala Fla., Dec. 1, 1903. the state's interests.

Tha youug people will enjoy an Informal fested. prolific in platforms as his father the people. Of course he meant that 12 4 4t C. J. JOHNS. The most important case that will

dance at the armory tonight. Mrs. Allred Miss Tathum, Mrs. who is a candidate for governor. He no vice president whoever succeededto I For Silo at a Bargain. come up for trial will be the one

Bittinger and Mrs. McDavid were promises to attect a great many reforms the presidency by the death of the against A. D. Marlowe for the killing
House and lot of E. C. Hood in
WANTElTo buy velvet beans! appointed. committee to visit the and abuses! if ht is honored chief executive was ever elected to of James Brand
Ocala third ward now occupied E. W.
oats. by
and couutry
peanut with the presidency by the people. Millard
a seat on the aldermanic board.
Geed Ktore. 12 4 If sick.Mrs. Davis, for sale at a bargain for cash.
Btandley was made leader of A reporter of this paper happened Fill more, as vice president became Apply to B. 0. Wright, Oxford rollYSKlDNEYCURE

Mitt Mary Burford, who has been the charity circle. to see Mr. A. G. Gates the present in- president upon the death of General Fla. 12 llm daw j Makes Kldaevs and Bladder R'u'.+

quite ill the past pant few days was Mrs. McConathy and Mrs. H. L. cumbenton the board of aldermen, : Zachary Taylor. John Tyler in the

better yesterday.Mr : Anderson were appointed a committee who is a candidate for reelection but :j' same way succeeded William Henry

to secure permanent quarters for Is a very modest official and is very Harrison in the presidency. Andrew MAKEYour

..F. U. Biddulph of Anthony, the Daughters. quiet as to what he has accomplishedsince I Johnson became: president when Mr.

, i h'n' the cny visiting her brother number of new names w're.d- being a city father. But the i! Lincoln was assassinated, and Chester Mother, Your Wife. Your Sister, or Your Aunt

Mr. R. G. Blake. ded to the or auizitioD, the enrollment reporter wormed the (act out of him A. Arthur went into the white

Mr. T. H. John*>ou returot-liJt'ster- now uumoers forty three. that more has been done in his ward :( house when President Grfleld was I IA CHRISTMAS PRESENT

A box will be left Itlr'3.. Gottlieb'sfor since his election to the board of killed. The students of history! are j I I
f day from a few days visit to his OF ONE OF OUR
Lakeland. ; the reception of clothing.All aldermen than in any previous year, cilliugMr. Roosevelt's attention to I
orange grove I
persons are requested to report or several year for that matter. this, but he does not seem to be disturbed I i STYLISH SilK UMBRELLAS.
)If. ate of Naw York City, ar- any case!: of destitution or sickness to I Mr. Gates himself has erected three. by the prospect. Not only

f. rived in Ocala Friday and will spend Mrs. Lindsay: cr Mrs. titandley. I new dwellings all of which are very : th'it. but it ha.;tO happened! that aa a .
Gold.Silver and Pearl Handles All Guaranteed
I! the winter with his son, Mr. A. G. Here is an organization that appealsto 1 creditable buildings and has his vice president has: been elevated to .

the of all J home remodeled and beautified the presidency by the death of the
Gate sympathy good people and Prices Range from $5 to $18

Mr( *. M. J. Thompson who has been because it has gone to work along his spirit of thrift is but an example president the party in power has been ,

1 put out of office. Whether this I is
vliiUog her daughter, Mrs. C. E. practical1iues. of what is doing In his ward. I a

Powell in Stanford 1Z., returned I Aid it. Strengthen it. Hold up its Besides the large number of build- : mere coincidence or whether it is
; ,
.t hotueyebterdnj. bands for iu work is: the work of iugs that have been erected enlargedand caused by dissatisfaction with the The W. J. Chambers Shoe Co.FINE f fr

humanity and deserves the blessings remodeled, there have been more j m\u who was by accident elevated to .

: Mr. J. D. Backalew of Jarne8burg.iI of men and will receive the benediction streets paved and more sidewalks conducted 'I the highest place in the nation, we

I, If. J., a former citizen of Ocala is at of the angels. than for a number of years j cannot attempt to explain.Mr. .

a4 While Springs, and later on will -- --- all of which were largely through the I I Ingersoll went on to hay: "It

[4 f rcavi Ov-ftU for the winter Ballard's Horehound Syrup. efforts of Mr. Gates. i is natural to resent the accident which MILLINERY!

Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy: the vice the
t Mr. Gates If a very quiet but a gave place.
It U aid that "it Is an ill wind that cough, oppressed, rattling rasping very
faithful They regard the vice president sa
and efficient
and difficult Henry C. j
blows no good" so while a number are breathing.
JJ berating the weather of the last few Stearns, druggist, ShulUburif, Wisconsin official and is recognized. by his 01I I. children do a stepmother. He is And the Very Latest Designs inHATS

writer, M..;20, 1901 "I ba.Y6 leases a.s such and he never votes on looked upon as temporary, a deviceto
hv made business!! brisk at the i
:f -1,1\ I been selling Bal'srd's' Horeholiud auy proposition without thorough ease an election, a something to
t old ttor.g. plant* for two and have never I ( raft.
-.-- \Syrup years fl-ction and examination from allpoint stop a gap a lhT! r, a political .
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December fifteenth isthu day set had a preparation that has given better + of view. He holds the horse till another rideris
sati factlon. I notice that when I I
9I r fat the trial of A. D. Marlow for the sell a bottles they come back for more.I Mr. John D. Robertson, the found. People do not wish death For Ladies

killing of Junes Braad at Conuor can honestly: recommend It. 25c.60V. third candidate is a"ery to suggest nominees: for the presidency. I ,

in this Stare and Tydirgs! at.d Co m ; of In 1796 John Adiw: was elected I And Children.
tl which were published: paper man affairs and as a hustler: has a
: ---
I and Thomas Jefferson vice
ttlheliiu*. The Annual Bazir. reputation i.juileii by few men in' president
--- !! president serving their full terms.
Our Are Correct.
this faction of Florida. Styles
Oo December"th theSenbo will The annual bazar of the St. Cstharine's I
: In l&Od they became op-MWUj; candi-
church Beginning life anew after the disastrous -
Guild of the Episcopal
run through kleepera from Tampa to5ew dates for the presidency and Jefferson
York on train No. 66 going was held! iu the armory Tuesday night. freeze he has already rebuild- was elected.I Our Prices Right.
ed a fortune and if elected to a place
the baz-ir ,
Financially and socially i i
north and No. 27 south. Northbound -
I These are the only instances*, says
on the council will make! his Influence I
ri-achea Ocala at 12:41 p. m. was a great miecess. the Louisville: Courier-Journal in

and kouthliouud 1:58 p. in. The Ladies' Home Journal booth felt.-------- which a vice president was ever elected At Mrs. Lucie F. B. Eaton's.ROCKY .
- presided over by Mrs. 8.) T. /Bistrunk
f He Found a Cure. to the presidency, and Mr. Jefferson
: November 29
: tnj4-0n Sunday and Misses Gertrude Perada and Annie
from my place in Ocala, a small Jersey 1 R. H. Foster 318 S 2nd street Salt was re-elected practically without
Davis was the most novel of the
tow;dark brown back black Hides Lake City writes: "I have been bothered i{ opposition. There have been only

.J bob tall; heavy milker; had on leather many attractions. with dyspepsia or indigestion for I two other instances In which a vice Cantaloupe Seed.
halter. Literal reward will be The decorations! were artistic and FORD
I 21 years have tried many doctors president has been a candidate for the
'. paid for her return to D. M. Boney, effective-bamboo, southern smilax
I Ocala, Fla. 12.4 umbrellas en- without relief but I have found a presidency. Mr. Fillmore was in Saved by C. H. Mathi, of Young & Mathio, at Rocky Ford Colo. from
I. and Japanese figuring cnre in Heroine. I recommend it to 1856 an unsuccessful candidate and standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines; also a limited supplv of
tensively.The Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon teed saved in the Carolmas from the first
The circuit court transacted! no all my (friends who are afflicted that John G. Breckenridge, vice presidentin perfectly shaped melons set on the vines. No seed taken from the end of the
doll and candy
twice yttterday and adjourned to fancy work way, aud it is curing them, too. 50c. 1857-61 was defeated for the presidency melon. A pply to or address,
booths were efficiently and gracefully A. F. YOUNG A CO or C. H. MATHS
tweet today at nine o'clock. The at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and I in 1860.Report New York. Blackville S. C.
presided over by Mrs. o eo. Pasteur
grand Jury, however, waa busy and Tydings and Co. m From the Reform School.J. .
Mrs. A. E. Burnett and Misses Lily
the court will\ no doubt be kept busyfrom U. Uluck, superintendent, Prun-
DOW until the end of the term Frost, Emily Ford and Esther Weathers The Circus Yesterday. tytown W. Va. writes, "after trying JWb

t U evrral new Indictiueu H were with Airs. Clarksou and Mrs. The large crowds of people that attended all other advertisee cough me ieines eD AWomanfeJs ,

found. Crom at the cape table. both performances of Howe's, I we have decided to use Foley's Honey .
--- -- The most important feature of a j and Tar exclusively in the West Virginia Depresse ,
circus yesterday is an evidence that, t.
.a Prof. 1L L. Northeutt gave a "Con ; Reform /School. I find it the .
. church festival-the supper-was atypical the circus is still popular in the south.It .. I has \
. fetti Carnival Dance" in Atlanta last southern one-elegantly served \ most affective and absolutuly harm frequent. inab1l1ty beadaches to ,j ep We.. a morbid nervf1S."lack, 0; l'fJtappetlte. J1
. is as popular today as it was with.1' less. Post office Drug Store. m / ,it is not Dcessar1ly 60me dire temale all-gone '
. Saturday, which U described a* Lavief I -after which a short, selected m :
our forebears a half century ago.
tn a moot beautiful affair. best It's the Liver.
j musical program by Early yesterday morning the I HOLIDAYGOODS ,;
Albll C the little participant we talent was greatly enjoyed.A ton t ran to
get today at
special train containing the paraphernalia : your druggists a bottle of
1 i i oUrve short talk by arrived in the city and began I
f l, c.f thU city. another delightful feature to an already HERBINE
unloading on the vacant lot in ; -
E if )Jr. charming evening.A front of the Ocala Foundry and It wtll quickly and surely restore the
e lUxtrr Uiuler, a prominent and LherKfdneya
to tbelr
organa normal fun ns.
.. fUlito of 1anrl'tl/'''U a visitor to Timely Suggestion. Machine Works. There were seven- We are in shape to supply your feel lute a new woman after taking the grad: bottto You'U

.' Ocala yesterday and bays that theI.u It is reasonable to assume: that the teen cars and in a little while they needs in everything in 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS.

tnap his done more serious state committee, as a whole will be were unloaded and the canvas I:

damage than I U generally believed. wisely advised' upon all matters within I quickly stretched. DollsFireworks

;i :\ A Urge acreage vegetables hast Its jurisdiction, but each member The parade occurred at two o'clock\ .. ..ssssssissssssssss.....
b.ad.*lroyHl; young orange trees of that body should remember that and was witnessed by throngs of peo- II[ AND s S

i i if been injured, I much depends upon the action and pie lined along the principal streets.
DOt killed!, hue badly : MILLINERY AND ART |
u- t f and the oraugctf lu exposed places I intelligent performance of his individual The afternoon performance immediately ,

4.Ill.' = such member. If followed the parade and the big $
tare teen fronted.Mr function as i s============= ==== ===== = ======

k be postpones consideration of the tent was comfortably packed and the and all kinds of HOLIDAY

r i t Fred Itutluui, of Westerly, R. various problems with which the performance was good: throughout I J i GOODS. I FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. |

t I., formerly of Stanton, on Lake committee will be confronted until the elephant being the star performer. 1 1i

1 I: WtJr U the owner of a hotel at the meeting he may be obliged to Notwithstanding the crisp atmosphere I! .

others for the advice: and a large crowd also attended the j!! Our line is first class in every
WwkaptDi, It. I., which baa been depend upon The Highest in Art and Fine Trade is to

1 .vrmiQ with ?ue-U since 1U first information essential to their proper ,. night performance. !I I particular andPrices fl 0

opvolug and Mr. BatTum has pur'rojrty selection, instead of relying upon hia The circus was really much better Right be on Display in Great and Beautiful 9 i

: tba-l | on both aides of it own judgment, based upon full than was anticipated and those who I :
Designs. No previous effort has ever
:t tied ha front of It and it engaged In knowledge and careful deliberation. witnessed it were pleased. "
r MjrBg|| lUll enlarging it. The I : compared with this greatest and most 5 '3
; Favorite Family Ramedy. Boys Lift Saved From Membraneous 2 j
1I lUftaru, whether Ic Ocala or Rhodetalaa1 No Trouble Show Goods
t, lrt iiotbhx If not tnterpriaU. Frequently accidents occur iu the Croup.C. I perfect selection ever viewed in Ocala. 9 t
I household) whieh cause burns cuts W. Lynch a prominent citizenof Come and See Us --- 8 ;.f
and bruises for use in such '
-- sprains Liniment has Winchester, Ind., writes my I tit tit 1
U. 0. C. MMtlag.UMhK cases, Ballard's Snow -
.. been the constant fay little boy had a severe attack of mem .
Jo T. Laucaktrr will enters for many years News
rpu Confect.nay orite family remedy. 5c.5Oc.and1.00 braneous! croup and only got relief lOcal a I MRS L T TOMPKINS |
tain of
the Daughter at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and after taking Foley'a Honey and Tar. i >

; at their regular monthly meet- Tydings and Co. m He got relief after taking one dose OCflU'S LEADING MILLINER .

} lag, thU afternoon (Friday,) at 3 and I feel that it saved the life of my

w't ack llo-'luesr of Importance( to rOlE lIOffiYA. 1.R boy." Refuse! substitutes. Postoffice I Company. rluisslssSsls.su.ss--

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that Mr. IOkIOU'as hut off entirely
There iii prejudice against longnewspaper from against SKIN BAD BLOOD
Mr. Samuel W. Tra I HANS 2ASBIS Eiltcr. : articles, so for fear of be-
graphic description of the speaking him for his veto of the ecboul approprlation E '

; ?. 7. .aarerj!, Bislzess t HiMOTTO :ager, lug tiresome we out short our "inter at Gainesville. He Bays that no act. no be euded his speech by And while not always painful are aggravating beyond when expression the wits ,,:
summer svttem
view" yesterday with Mr. Samuel W. whether Governor Jennings few exceptions they are worse in spring btrll1'tothawoutandtbe5
logon the stage was ever more thrill Baying in
the I suffered with Ect.m ef th. .u4. f'is '
Teague on "Big Speaking at
lug or dramatic. That Mr. SheaU bad done all he said he had none! or reacting and making aDd taoo tor ryr.it was &otpainful Ayr .

I Caiutdville" before rounding it up spoke for two hours and seven minutes not, if everything be bad done or extra efforts to throw off ti sightly annoying1,and and 1 dialikad' to bat go oat T'rr fa a.ht :<:-

; : Mr. Teague says that the speaking: nod through it all was so spectacular viid. be had d"me were true, anti (Ill accttmnlateddutingthe th poisons that have Itreee tried\..at least a doaan eoa j>a and lalta* I

lasted (row' o'douk in the afternoon t and became Trf much dlatoartftd '
sprung so many 'urpri.es, top of these things!' had g'nvti every I winter. Then boils and 7t until I read in tba paper of the ear( I
amt until 12: o'cock at night and that a I I rashes and H performed throogh th. see of H. N. I. I I
1f f oiaaeso many startling di!clo-imc, moat, woman aud child in the Btne a pimples, had littl faith at fret but d"Ur mla*|
man who could send home 11 crowd eruptions of every conceivable to give U montb'a. fair' trial at tan, I i
i 1i was so magnetic, 1'0 tense, that: no hundred dollar bill, all; of it would ;I kind make am pliaicd to state that I soon DOUM4
under those circuuistaucts, whose I rilirtTmproMmiBl. ittSeitBt to I....1.
oue present believed that he had not efface nor atone for the infamy i I their appearance, and n9 to keep it up. After the us. of' anbotUaa ID 7 alma
feelings had been worked ui to thevery Tetter-the was amooth and Ion aa a babJ s. Tata WM a Paaa
: spoken for more than thirty minutes he bad brought upon himself and the Eczema ?? and I have never had say trouble alnea.
tension and twin terrors of skin MISS GENEVA:
highest : patience: BBIoos.
lie fair name of the state by feigning the
acquitted himself well and the _Nettle-rash,
; : fluliAaNEL, BELIEVING exhausted is entitled to a chromo I diseases 31fl Bo?th SL, jilBn.ftpoii, MJ>& ,
North AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO : applause that greeted him at the finish "Fiagler tt'wp"rar iusiiiity' divorce i,., Poison Oak and Ivy, .
TAI CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS but that is just what Frank Clark, bill." and such other skin troubles as usually remain quiet dunng snap 'wettktf,
was hearty aud rapturous and the I IJriiutugs and distract by their fearful burning
afresh to lUhwj
: out
TAKh.f ITS STAND IN THE BARK who was tbe last speaker succeeded break
. CADK3 WITH TUB COMMON PEOPLE, flowers sent to his desk Here conspicuous (in\'t'ru"r arose laud titI I and stinging. A course of S. S S. now \ tll!! pun" ..

. k AND ITS riOHT WILL BE MADE FOR ia doing.Mr. for their abundance.Mr. I ninuded! .a re pt:)', He eud :Mr. Stoolf and enrich the blood, reinforce and tone up the m*. ,
j y: THI BKTTKRMKNT OP THOSE AT THEBOTTOM. Teague says that the genial I i f eral system and stimulate the sluggish rtrmlatM" .
Holloway has no ton Staled. wlial lif knew 10 be Untrue. diseases to
. reputation as I thus warding off the common tpnog aj

, _-. _. ..- -.--------- candidate: began his speech as follows: an orator but rose: to the full brtght Thai the divorce bill he signed was I summer. The skin, with goal blood! tat nourish,

f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 1903. As the hour is growing late and you of the occasion and surprised! no less not a "temporary Suability divbreebill" remains smooth and soft and free of all disfignrinj eruptions

are growing tired, shall briefly pay Send for our free book on diseases of the skin! and write us if vou 'leldl t
p than gratified his: friends at the nor a "Flagler'divorce bill; advice special information. This will! coat you nothing
Wola ha medical or any
RoneHatting Wf't. to friend Alexander
my respects my ,
that! it was an "incurable insanity
splendid manner in which he bore
and then bid good night. THE SWIFT IA.v .
i potato crop will reach 2000crr oIl' the laurels of victory. divorce bill," and was pad by an
l "Jim siidIr.. Clark in

f ________ Alex Logic, sarcasm, irony, eloquence, overwhelming vote of tbe legislature ;: ..:....- ::; -: ::::: .::_: --- :;';,, :....; ... : .._. : ,.. :
going around trying to seek a little!
f Jo Jtorou U again at hU home were all used in a superbly masterlyway freshly elected from the great body of

r at I'-Im lieach. comfort and encouragement from his and in a forty minutes *it>ch the people; that the bill was humane THE OCALA BANNER'S
'friends, rewinds me of a farmer I
(one of which Daniel Webster would and just m its provisions and if it

: Only the foolish allow a email trouble once knew. have been proud) spiked his enemy's were to be done over again with nil VOTING CONTESTFor
F I This farmer lived in the Lick1I'OOOs
to IfllOll| a great pleasure.aud I guns, turned thew against him, that has been said about it, even
and his neighbors few and far Free
: were Scholarship in
and wild Mr. t Stockton's be
captured his tttrouKholds.
Turkt'II,It't' tlu'k'4 l rt'lid Ii ug bt'l wt'eu.
Mr. would again tbe same course,
at a) ais Ilu New York. Teague says the rout was com pur.-ue
e\ p-r pouu
This: farmer' had a Urge family and THE TAMPA BUSINESS
plete. with the full approval of bis own COLLEGEOne

.\ tfontaua blizztrd U creating ou oue occasion. be l "we'er,) desperate In the light of a statement fa f-cts conscience and be believed the more r. lady aadooe gentleman of good moral character over the see ol .e ,..,.,

b&wltb the tboit and drsi>oudfut and tiie receiving the highest number of votes, will each be awarded a Free Twlna ickalartks
tltlite the
herpofWe he the bill is examined and its: I provifious 0
says charges made against him r tof fa *.:I) ID the above school. The coote<4ant muat be re drmU of tlanu (.'.**(?
thought struck him that be would
wiser IM Here dissipated like mist before the : are Jer.-ioml, the more it The scholarship will entitle the successful coatesUal to a fmll come n riM tat
grow by lIluggrt'&t viailuneof his: neighbors, tike diu- Commercial or shorthand and Typewriting Dc &-tIDeLt
rise of will be approved by the goo.1!, rttl..cung :'-
Dltuy tiling that we bought vekue uer, perhaps a "smile," and see if be gladdeuiuc sun. Any reader of this paper who wishes to vote in the coalMt, BUM CM Ml thaoupon
"r.Nashville r. Mr beats had charged ttu l la- and uaible people of tli"slate. : i and 611 ID the name and rest sent of one lady sad tee fMlrB ... nut
coul'lu't cheer himself up. kline to THE OCAI.1. BANNER office bt'o..e February i. on _ladt... COMCM china
chu,a's school
has berU telrvle.1 i MS the! He got ou his horse and when hf were a reproach Mr. Teanue said however, he had t'tch ballot to be counted must bear the name of a JO...i.dy.v oaf(.......
to the management of the .cn"ol or one of each. Remember that a ticket beanne two naaie. at ntUr.. *. mm
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plaor for hal Ilug the next Coutttler- arrived: at his neighbor's house got no desire to uuderateMr. Mocktou iu Dot be couBted. -
beard and the debt ( '
urge bui the
ate rr uuiou. down and was about to walk in whm anyway, that he is thoroughly i vOtE AS OFTEN AS VOC PLEASE.
books in Mr. HottowaJ' office were,
he was purl at the thrahhoKi and tense, thoroughly tarueat: has
Thedawrsuf 1S4 haw ioj ,
i't'tli.utt1i: in such a deplorable muJdlc !that it j
forced out of the UOUte into the yard worked bim->elf to the belief that BALLOT FOil FREE SCHOL RSIIIP.IS
the wualtr to i I3create! the (* n-ious of could not be ilttiuiUly ascertaiued up .
( and was told Hut there was tiipthemin his services are needed lu the United THE
tbe ) nl'auIf veteran,. wbeiLtr
the iudebitduess was $;.,(Olh tJ
the house and he couldu'i enter or 133.000. Slates senate, and bad many frlt'Utbin TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE.

Champ Turk Mays thai out of niueran1 nor leeutertaiued.Herennauted the audience.At .
Mr. tut out aid saad U tile sala! Bain r.
Hollotty<:;:\i.1 i that the gr..ulIiury ,
Itt'tl *!* rouvicird of -
, iuitruluryiu his horse awl rode had gone over this bookverj the last weeping of the Ocala.. MISS. ......._...... ... .... .. .. ADDKEssJJR .--.._..._, 'i
tft'DOt' St. I .,uis sixteen of them .
ou to tbenextnelghboraud was treated carefully item by item and ufliciall Board of Trade a merchant said he' .. .?.. ...---....-. ......_ADDRE..__ >
are republicans.Th .
in the
same way. declared that they were iu good shape bad shipped a barrel: of bottled beer I This Schola-shipU good any time after Febriary t.soa "be saws 1 I
He wax told that there was a cafe contestants, wits the cumber ol votes they receite, will! appear M tae OCALA
Tim4 Uuiou to at. Petersburg which
rays that: money and every item of expenditure accounted ; ou the BANNER ,

Nho iu Florid of fcmall pox iu the house: and beuldu'i freight was $!.S. He made
plentiful : that a native (or. In addition to ibis, ha itquir

would not eveu dig for buried :::Vliubh I .. tnter said,. the state auditor, supposed to be iDol ascertained that bad be chipped
II I He met the doctor and was told the barrel from ': :: ::. -- :.- -:;!; ;'-:: .:;: .:;..J. : .-;..- '_.-: :_ q it'':.. = -,
treasure.A an expert, had examined them most same Jacksonville toSt.
that it would be dangerous: for him togo
i-tlebrated! SpanUh gentleman: U rigidly and declared that they were Petersburg freight would have

a recent arrival io Oe..U and rrotuis I I back home witnout undergoing a in perfect shape and in every haycommendable. been only 95 cents.Vhereupou the Brick LOTTW.

I I proofs of ome oituf "purificatiou." Ocala Banner: registered a kic and JOHNSON-
** to lw ht-ar.I from quite frequent The: state auditor is Lime
50 it was suggested thai he go Ity i the Tampa Herald says it has been -
1 -.lJu..t UM frMUrtillyHon. | iUlt ii. prevent, Mid Mr. Holloay, and if I -Dealer IB-
-- -----.- the "l lountrv grocery" and procure a Flageriz in face of the fact that we Hair
militate him I want him to call: me i id
IV.bt.V.. D,vis i* OilM by liberals supply of asafottida which he JWU. have in Florida an asylum for idiots Cement NEW AND SECOND HAND

Rome ((whokuow" l-itrr) the corpura- uid. lie tied some around his neck, aud the insane. ..
Now: he said, in closing I shall <:
tiou candidate, and still he I is: the put some iu his pockets and some in Laths MACHINERY -t
succeed Mr. Sbeats;: as state uperintenJent Big land deals now seem to be all
poo/es't d the four running for gov his shoes.
aud shall be better to him every day occurrence in Florida. Two And
frDrNabl't'u.. Before reaching home he encountered -
than he has been to me. He will are reported this week, one in Liberty i -PROPS'CTCR Cf-
a big thunder storm which lib- Shingles.
Honor, in the pathway of commercialism erally distributed; the asafoetida allover comeback Alachui:. couuty aud ounty and one at Cnipley. More THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS]

stands: : uo show. Yet, those apply for a school and I believe with than a hundred thousand acres t

who are now stuliifyini the integrityof his: body. bard study may be able to obtain a hanged bands. t'
When he reached home his: chil- T-_._- Locomotives For Sale tad Lease.
the nation In the Panama soindsl, I third grade certificate (he cannot go Office and Shops
dren ran out to greet him and in Second Hand Rail ..< 1114
bad deal to about above that and if Bgafkt
a great say! tbe ) he does get a third near
kissing him got a whiff of the asa- WEEDSConsumption
"national houor"iu the I last camptign.! grade certificate I want you to give S. A. L. Freight
foetida and went trooping back to the LAKE CITY FLORID
him a little country school because Depot. ,
The Atlanta Constitution says that house alarmed and screaming and = t
he will need it.51r. -
tie isthmian c.u'lli purely a "biMneoa said to their mother, "Pop" is: dead
Teague says the | senatorial is a human
wUt'r.n and thinks that ought and don't know it!" I C. I. GRACE.Suecesser
debate did not create the tensitv the weed flourishing best in weak .
to fettle it. But there is bushier ---
and "Jim ilex 1 is dead, said Frank
I school debate did, but was next to it lungs. Like other weeds it's to Central Lumber Co.
business. Legitimate and illegitimate Clark, and don't know iu Dealer In
I on the program. easily destroyed while young ;

busine stand every business, especially Notwithstanding which, said Mr. Of course we all know that Gov. when old sometimes im Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiHfl|

in which the nation is Involved, Teague, "Jim Alex" has many friendsin Jennings not an orator! he "said possible. and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

should be grounded on honor. Gainesville and his popularity is Manufacturer of

spreading all over the district!! andas but he's improving-he's growing I Strengthen the lungs as you Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door 1!
wonderfully.Mr. would weak land
Well PreservedWomen he is and the Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Sc >
so guileless, so: loyal to his Pulpits,
weeds will
Teague says that the disappear.The .
friends, so genial and companionable, governor Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly!

11 often astonish new acquaintances that the belief is gaining ground that acquitted himself to the entire satil- best lung fertilizer isScott's receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities ana
who are introduced to a large faction of his friends. Emulsion. Salt pork .
family of strong boys and healthy girls 'if he doesn't carry the district he will sizes., Mail orders attended to promptlyHEADQUARTERS
II who He began hU speech is good too but it is hardto
call: this young looking woman go in as a close second. by saying that very 1
ti mother. It is popularly supposed that he had vetoed the Gainesville school digest.

g4 (..f.._..L.";, .. of maternity beauty,u and the the foe The late Robert G. Ingersoll was re- appropriation because the plainjman-: The time to treat consumption HUBBARD & MACDUH

.('i/ :"II worn and faded face puted to be one of the brainest men dates of the constitution wide it his is when you begin trying i
\ :;:-} of many a mother : E,
seems to warrant the the nation ever produced and he duty to do M. That he did it reluctantly to hide it from yourself. f
Ii to belief.believe But that it is nature hard said that the vice-president was and put oft the time for doingso Others see it, you won'tDon't FOR \

should compel a always regarded as the fellow to until the very last moment :and wait until you can't

woman the to rightful sacrifice "bold the hors until a rider could stated that he would not do sothen; deceive yourself any longer. AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG PENCE] f

dower of her be found." There.. is scarcely a republican if It could be shown that he was Begin with the first thoughtto ,

cit Fto I beauty in order in tbe country who does not mistaken in his view of the w ttter. take Scott's Emulsion. If same si aI ta

-; y function feel in bU inner That Mr. it isn't t ,
tom : consciousness thatRoosevelt Blount the>uthor of the really consumption so rt a k 41rx '

And of her nature being.does as a president bag beena bill and an able lawyer, frankly much the better; you will soon asa I 1 r t

not. The pains disappointment and a failure, and is avowed that the constitution made forget it and be better for the n r I Itt t n rc t

incident and sufferings to willing that he shall hold the horee I the appropriation prohibitive, and treatment If it is consump-- Itt. t 5\ t N/

motherhood for Hanna or most anybody eL e. that Mr. Hampton and othertlawyers tion you can't expect to be t :c I

to a, unnatural.large extent i of Gainesville, were forced.Jto the ,, cured at once, but if you will :1-441 rriTi

This is Now that it is definitely announcedthat begin in time : t ,
Iti proved same conclusion; that* the constitution will be ,
by the use of Dr. Pierre's Favorite ..
Prescription Bryan and Cleveland are both tied his rigidly regular in treat- ..... -S. t
which prevents and cures hands and; mad his veto your -y-'i.: <, -
nausea tracquiliies the nerves, encourages out of the race for the presidential Imperative.The ment you will win. Rtottr Si a. Std""c. larse ant Cattle Silk
the appetite, induces refreshing nomination Staj* 11 la,tot C la.s.u' n ran. or 6 la.art
sleep,and makes the baby's advent democratic party governor's explanation, saidMr. Scott's Emulsion fresh air
practicaIly should be Made of high! -gride steel wires ivaniJ
painless. strenuous in its efforts rest all large strong heavily g
Teague, s* med to can eat all
Mr,Orria Su! &,of Downing Dunn Co,Wit, to "get together." nave met the you you Amply provides for expansion sad contraction Is practically eve

I ever writes since: -my Jure baby beenistendingtrwritetorou wu born in regard to what approval every one present.Mr. I can, that'sthe treatment andthat's lasting sever goes wrong, no matter here t a strata is put oa i t

r.I I Toor cannot'Favorite pnL Prescription u enough,for has I hare V>ne not for been me. The Times-Union, always placid, I I Teague says he tried to divest ; the best treatment. Does not mutilate bat Jogs, eficieatly, turn cattle, horses, (

a.well for five year*M laID now. In July Ust himself of all and pig's
I had a baby boy.weight it lbs.and I wu espy I smiling and long suffering, has assumed I feelings tot prejudice; :;::: We will send bOl1J
Kci a abort time you
!,an4 since I got op hI.e sot and partiality bit
had one Kk day. I lure not had nay uterine an aggressive attitude and is despite which it I a little of the Emulsion EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
trouble since lINt np. I wu not ooly aurpna d occurred to him that Mr.
putting others Stockton is free.
mykelf but all on the
my tncnd here are.urpried to defensive.Turn : bcj '
the manufActurers lad lit- Call!
see me to wclL""Favorite cs. aid see it. Can show you

Prescription" has the testi about is fair play. wanting in the great essentials that go the EC form core of that a label this picture a en th ia* it will save you money aad lace your Gelds: so they will stay letK*&*.

mony of thousands of women to its complete to make the finished orator. He lacks wrapper of every book el
cure of womanly diseases Do Instead of democrats continually EouJsica JT>& bey. CUQii Flaws Yams)
accept an unknown and not the poise, presence, grace, magnetism Syracuse Black Hawk and Ecaacij Cora SbsBsrs, ?
unproved substitute each & BO\YIrE
in its place.Dr. ripping up tbe back the "get eloquence,fluency and even the eQ ,.- Chemists Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc
Pierces Pleasant Pellets clear together"" policy should be ;
the substituted
t { J presentation of (fact w 409 Pearl St. N. Y.
complexion and sweeten the breath. .
instead. I Ocalay Fla.
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Itching SkinDistress and the public looks on approvinglywhile I cut much ice as a candidate for gov -
r I -XX- -xyx- -xx- -xXx--xxx- -xxx- -xxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxx- -xxxxXx -XX- '
the fur aud feathers fly. ThxrtU t-rnor and predicts that he will not i j -XXX- -: -xXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXx- -xXx xXx ',.,
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by day and nightThat'
nothing like good WArm campaign carry a single cnuutv. The Advertiser !J Ull
the complaint of those who ii
are so unfortunate as to be afflicted to enliven things; In-side*, it also considers Captain Broward'a : .e HIGHEST Jx
with Eczema or :Gait P.heum-and out- furnishes an opportunity for the people chant s exceedingly slim but says I TT

ward applications: do not cure. to learn who and whit the candidates that D H. Maya will get strong 11It I 11
can't. Sup.t
They are. They tell alt about etch port from the farmers and
The source of the trouble la in the xX MARION Jx
blood-make that pure and this sealing other, and if they get real mad they clothe se,'oud in the race with Col. Bob .

burning itching skin disease will go way hack and uncover theskele- Davis well iu the lead. The Adver- 11XX ITH
disappear."I I
was taken with aa itching on my&ras loa of a lot of family b' tory. Sor i>lIt list-r may well b"supposed to be pretty -I X x

which proved very disagreeable. I material! to them that this h-.s well i luforuifd of he respective II kx I llll
concluded it was salt rheum and bought a BARD WARIt I
bottle of Hood's! arsaparil In two days nothing to do with the case-they tell strength of the several candidates ink
aster I began latin; it 1 felt better and it 11x xx
mis nut long before I was cured. Have it anyhow just to get back at the [ Sttrt Bounty but we doubt its hay Xx

never lot E.! bad WARD any Cove skin Point disease, Md.since" Mas. other fellow. 0, great i is politics.Journal. ( .- fug a general knowledge of their II

Hood's, SarsapariLla P\'n carols strenaoi throughout the state! sufficient 11 COMPANY II l .

and Pills NN to Warrant such sanguine con- X X

At a big political meeting in Tamps! du.-jonti We understand that Mr. II Ii
rid the blood of :all impurities and core
ill eruptions. Monday night, Governor Jennings Days remarked to a friend during 11 I HEADQUARTERS FOR !I IXX I

created a sensation by attacking Hon.J. hU visit to West Florida that he considered *Vx

NN...........e4....... N. C. Stockton with whom he has Mr. Brown as his strongest II ALL X I
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: POLITICAL CHIPS .: heretofore been in apparently friendly competitor and Mr. Davis knows & 11 EnFIElD FENCE IIXX

Matious. He reflected severely thing or two about Florida politics. [ XX

... ... upou Mr. tirocktnn'a record in the This was we believe before Mays and TTU I I POULTRY, RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE. TTX I

:: FROM THE STATE PRESS. : le;iShturt'.alh.gin, that he had done Broward had formally announced I SBtNrt1 !II I

.. practically nothing for the people, themselves but it was well understood Jx Absolute ? v-*
+NNNN+.+....+*++..+.+. I efficiency at least expense. 5alna t, 1 t l' p
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but had voted for u bill relieving the that they would do so. It must be ITn I A practical fence that will TT I I II

.\> SOMETIMES WELL To BE ABSENT. Southern Expend Company of a remembered that the election is along !I positively turn Cattle! 4cKCH f I
Though he was absent Senator TalItfrrro -
license tax. T-, this Mr. tiiockton way off yet and there is no JxII horses hogs and 3i"c A / \/ A/\A V/W; '
I WILd benefited by last night's .
retorted by denouncing the knowing what I i 'P--O-M=gtT -gtr jrarrjjij T-T\ \' itU I i
in this Times. : governorfor I change may comewhen pigs. A fence jsmcii V WYv V V'V yxkyTyWvWWvW I
meeting city Tampa
.... having wrought an 'awful disgrace i we have shuffled off that great !I that is strong- Ia1nCn ;' I

upou Florida by Mining the primary. There may be many eur- practicallylasting ever- A Ls MAAiMMMMQMMA/ xx
John N. C. and WillU-n J.Properly x x
have .u"dl' amends; infamous FIt igler divorce bill" Thusth :: pries for us all. We hope the best 11y I I proven &S&Auu I ; ., t r. 1a r r I I

Both have had their peppery !say campaign t-esjius to warm up.- man will win as he usually, doe in I I thoroughly \ ,, t t I I I

And Bill aDd John a<*iu are friends.Ltbur Punta Gorda Herald. such a free for all race.-Pensacola Cient 11 nI o r.-aJr *> ,-"*.*-JJ.. -i> ,W.fcfc-* ->\i r J ,-a' aZ,,,.,,_ XXXx xXI
Jourual 4444 News I I every possible ELLwo0O FIELD FENCE (STA t ADD STYLE)MACE af SA tlEiCfTS i t I

.... J "VVheu the rnaues fell out the honest -
Coughing Spell Caused Death. X condition. EVERY ROD OF ElLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED I U l
The fight is now "u I", full fury be men got their jut dues" and just XXII z x

twerp John N. C. S -ktou aud Governor so when politicians fall out the people chocked"Harry to Duckwell death early aged yesterdaymoruiug 25 years I I I I If you) want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved call and see the Ull I i

Jenum: Th.U\&:!>I ", rosH will learn all about them. The I Ip. ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little (
at his borne, rn the presenceof 11XX money you j I
cly aud the "pt-i' 'f r <>x" is doing a o lttll.re now in a fair way to find his wife and child. He contracteda can get absolute satisfaction. XX x
.uetzing! stunt that ouad to tell in out fill about two of the candidates slight cold a few days ago and paid I II I Ij I i

the counting of the bill"ts.-Jacksonville for United States:: senator. J. X. C.tcxkton but blight attention to it. Yesterday 11 I I I
moiniug he was seized with a tit of < U e are Ocala Agents forFAIORIIE" I
Journal ;(
Labor and Governor Jenuinzwho'; k1I
coupling which continued some
y. .... have up to the present time been very time. His:: wife sent for a. physician XXU I
.. The Live Oak Detutr"rat dot'sn't I''
see eou.'iderite of each oth- feeling
In out before he could arrive another i STOVES RANGES
t r. where Jenniu s' votes are to come their and Duett-
campaign speeches at to hau!l- ouiliins spell came on x xX

.,: from. Nor dots "DS txiy el"e. unless lug each other some hot ones at the well died from 8utr.Cation.-St. Louis

be the himself and he Globt-Dtfuiocrat, Dec. 1, 1901." &1.
if governor is speaking ia lauipa last Mouday I I 1 I
lard's Snow Linimeut would havesaved xx
known not to take anything strong. night. Their hearers the fun XX XX
r enjoyed
: hi-u. :2-X' SOt! and $1.00 at
ItU ilirti.-ult to uud=-M'and how he and cheered them both. This turn in Auti. uopoly Drug Store. II I ?

can Pte 'em.-tiL Pt"tI'I-hurg Timer.N. the program will add zest to the speak- 11XX The Marion' Hardware Company il

iug hereafter without doubt for :Mr. FREIGHT RATES TO INTERIOR CITIES. ,
x x x
A POINTED QUESTION. Stockton gave the /governor to understand I II I I !I
Deir Governor Has that ()) feet that II
: 393,000 that he would be heard from in Despite the freight rates 11! OCALA; FLORIDA. I
been collected as back taxes from the M
decL-ive terms throughout the remainder are higher from X'ala to Tamp than XX
Seaboard Air Line If not, why not? xx ti
of the campaign.! The governorof they are from Jacksonville to Tampa! II I I I
'" You are the executive officer of the will hold his 7'I; -30X- -xxx- -xxxxxxxxx- -xxxxxx- -xyx--xxx- -xyx- -xyx- -xyx-!'.
course up end of the and higher from Ocala to Jacksonville r&-xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- aD
tate, are not?-D-s Funiak
you argument.-Pensacola News than from Tampa to Jacksonville .

Breeze. .... though the distance is only 1
favor of
one hlllr and that half js in
Hon. John N. C. Stockton, who was FERRO. Ocala still the Tampa Herald insists
The time to gather fruit is when it Bazaar
thtt chetp freight rates to the seaport The Ocala Store.Has
ft recent visitor: to UaiurHvil! ii
U and almost cno1:1th- x
ripe any one / : cities will result beneficially. to the .
without doubt life most confident, to
hear him talk, of the forty or fifty er it when the proper time come. interior merchants. stood the test for many winters. We ,
The same might be said about the
That is what might be a
candidates now before the people of collection of the'Indian War Claim," blind nun's logic- Entered the Commercial World to satisfy the many. a
this state He is one of the greatest
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when the time for its collection be- If an Ocala merchant ia required to -,
hustlers In the world when it eomea :
t came ripe, Hons. S. R. Mallory and pay ?l.23 on a barrel of goods shipped i
to getting out among the people and
James P. Tdliaferro, senators, and from Ocala: to St. Petersburg aud the Our new goods are here and "
U continually on the go.Gaines"illeSun.
Hons. Davis and Sparkrnan: congressmen Jacksonville illt'rchant-one hundred Can be found, not in a jumbled, confusing collection, but
be Florida's
happened representatives miler' further only 95e on a similar t
NN Washington and the Exclusive Assortment of Ladies' Furnishings and Gents' Furnishings. :,:
.. Senator Taliaferro'a influence in the barrel the Ocala merchant must An ,. : .

'CnltM States senate his been still fruit was plucked. Tne claim that swall.w hU medicine and say nothing Ladies' and Misses' Walking and Dress Hats t'
either TalUferro or Jennings deserves
farther increased by his appoint about it, and the Ocala newspapersare
credit for the collection of Men's and and Hats.
, any special Also Boy's Caps
ment on two important committees, to be dumb, and if they utter a
that claim is absurd. Had Taliaferroor
that of the interstate commerce word about it louder than a whisper
Jennings' places been occupied at
must do so in terror and at the
and inter-oceinic canal. they
committee that time by other two good men,
Bought for Quick Selling were our Dress Goods Silks and Ribbons
of being held as corporation- ,
As Florida is vitally interested in the the claim would have been collected peril up

action of both the committees Senator the same it was collected. lnes- lied, subsidized and Flaglerized.We ft Moving Price Constantly Moves our Towels, Table Cloth and Napkins i

: Taliaf rro'jj appointment will be ville Star. insist that under existing conditions -
: 4444 discriminations Zero Has Never Been Reached in Florida Weather.
these -
long as
He also -
of great service to hi* state. Broward is exceedingly strong in

retains the assignments held during Tampa, and it h expected he will l'Outinue-it ia an impossibility Although Our Pricesin the Notion Department will Freeze '

the last Beti8ion.-St. Augustine! probably receive a greater ovation to build up an interior city in
,I Record. than any of the other speakers to- Florida. All Competition, and Bring Comfort to those who are .

.... night. The Cuban vole here amounts And these discriminations are done
R eady For the Bargains We Now Offer.
several hundred and they consider
; IS THE RACE. to with the full knowledge and approval

Senator C. M. Brown, of Ocala, one Broward more than any other man, of the railroad commission.
' responsible for the independence of ..
of the candidates for gubernatorial
;, Cuba, because of his aid prior to a Why should the interior towns kiss ID the Bazaar Store is the Home of
i honors, graced the Herald quarteul' declaration of war between the Uni- the hand of the railroad commissionand

i' with bU bright smile today. 8en. ted States and Spain While Stock- bow down and worship it?. Santa Glaus

\ Brown U making a close canvass for ton is an acknowledged favorite in

i the nomination and in his charming Tampa, F. M. Simonton and other Taliaferro's Committee Appointments.In .
adherents declaring that
i and pleasant manner, gives his Jennings the governor is daily gaining strengthand the recent appointment of senators Think Christmas is coming

f friends assurances that he is meeting will have scores of friends in the to the standing committees of HOW Can You Serve An Xmas Dinner and ..... ,

.f with such receptions everywhere as audience tonight. Senator Taliaferrowas the senile, Florida has a representation

i gives him great encouragement. invited, and his friends had: on fifteen-over one fourth of the Every Piece of Your China is Brokan

;i: Senator Brown has a public record hoped to see him at the meeting, but whole.
it is understood the senator left for
} which be refers to with great pride Senator Taliiferro will serve on "-
Washington today to attend to bis
t and his tributes to his old comrades duties at the national capital. Gov. claims court defenses, census, Cuban Payne's Fireworks and Pompeii Destruction

J ia aims the Confederate Veterans Jennings, it is expected, will attack relations, InterScanie canal, Pacific
and of Those whoA
I in the Hearts Memory
I shows his strong feelings for them.- Seuator Tallaferro's record again.- railroad, pensions, postoffice, five of Lire

j Tampa Herald. Tampa cor. Jacksonville MetropolisNov. I which are very important committees. re Going: to Place Their Pyrotechnic Order With Us
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t, The plot thickens. The contest The DeSoto County Advertiser!! influence depends largely on his commlttee Cost cuts So Figure WhenEver w

waxes warmer and it is now pepper thinks that Senator Brown does not appointments. And it would Tle) Ocala Bazaar is Visited.

a box, x-ray, ginger versus each other, I be well for the people of this state, .

To improve the appetite and in deciding on a successor to Mr.
1& It cur a cell in e..e lay few Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and
strengthen the digestion try a
Taliaferro, to note the fact that he

lets.Take All Laxative druggists Bromo refund Quinine the moneyif Tab- doses Liver of Tablets.Chamberlain's Mrs J.Stomach H. Seitz and, of is held in such esteem as to obtain Fireworks will do well to look over our Large and

it fallen to cure. E. W. Grove's Detroit, Mich., says "They restored these important places, and that a

signature ia on each box.-25o my appetite when impaired, relievedme new member would not be given so Varied stock before Purchasing their Holiday Line.

Wanted.Fifty of a bloated feeling and caused a favorable a chance to serve his con-

mill and on pleasant and satisfactory movementof stituenta. Schools Churches and Clubs. .
men to work at the bowels." There are people in Special Prices and Discounts so ,

farm. this community who need just such a The Postoffiee Drug Store and John

Also a good sawyer who can run a medicine. For sale by all druggistsand RDitky'd Old Reliable Eye Water :

Veneer machine. Apply to medicine dealers. Every box stand at the head of their class. See F. P. Gadson Supt.

J. B. MALLOY, None better. m
1M3.60d. Anthony, FlaJ 4 .

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Thanksgiving day was extremelycold I .1.1W1
'::0(11I1.! i
lIff.DOt In rim.Tbf "TFRILESMAKE
watt hi
taper wirat that day The' Indian of this couutry h noted but not unpleasant and the

Ai .ad t UUtd the urea Faith for his el'' juent language in public services at the churches were very PERFECTION
Awl tiok flower ." e
*a away
address At the obmquies of Miss well attended.At .
At bfr home near Ovala, Florida, :.==:=== but perfection is no .
Harriett Maxwell Converse, the th" Methodist church a union
1\oYrmbtr :.3 'Mua". lu the sixth
"Great White Mother" of the Iroquois service was heft. The choirs of all TRIFLE."
or her child of .,
jeer IICI' the
the music
confederacy. woioau who had supplied ,
Mr. W. A. aud Mr*. c.r.le Williams ..
{*ut her life with them and in their Mr K. C. Alworth acting as organist THINGS
iVlut, l I.It Us for H home in the skies and Mr. IT'S THE LITTLE o*
service, Indians pronounced: oration*. A. E. Gerig, cornftist.

IJUl Kdua war Urn lu South Caro- For pure eloquence the two following Dr. W. C. Lindsay, of the Pre by- l That make this world worth living in:--A word!, a look a favor done,
I A l w may seen a trifle, but these go to make up the character. If your
Has aid with her to
cam parents
extrifU: fnvii adirtssesou that occasion teruu: church, preached an excellent words are kind your looks pleasant and favors granted cheerfully

florid lhr" short )ears: ag< Call t-carcely lie excelled and h.tlU"nt nermou having as his your little kindness will be summed up to your credit as a perfect
character fur the result.
T..M litre, ae r boiiny, wee thing William Crow, a Seneca warrior, text the two words, "1e Thinkful." If we attend to the "tnnW in the Jesse French Piano> in a c ,u-

f dIe writer learned to koaw und' love speaking of hU said His discourse wad listened to most ecientous! way, we arrive at perfection. You as a judge will volunteera
people, :
sale. Who can tell?
few kind words and it may mean a piano
: her-Kdoa WM an airy fairy, win- We. have los! our best and dearest atteii'.ivdy! aud was greatly enjojed. For this very reason we try to please oar customers in every

cbihi rlwrs cliff ry and bright : : possiole our thirty labor in the business now show thousand
torn friend. Iu the many gifts the Great A collection was taken up and was I way years
J of friends who are paying kiud words in our behalf and
people as our
htrwU a* iu reality\ she was spirit bin given,, us there ctme nothing r' >>
, proving ; turned over to the King's Daughters, enlarging the circle of acquaintance of the Jesse French 1 1 a nil.

: to be the love cutr of the tionic. Iu I no beautiful as this woman bhe which will he used by them in their We want you: iu bis l circle. Why not join us? Now is
. was tho moat beautiful of all our the tim and you will\ never regret it. Write to us: today.
: full fnilUou b got wh"l be gave, charitable work. The offering was .
Kifu. hue knew us and. understood
f love lu abundance. Her special devotion UH. the BI
to her ".uutlt," was beautiful. who would have \frougedu8. It will At the same hour at Grace Episcopal We manufacture and sell only pianos of acknowledged excellence including

Frrquvutlj she would (leave her playto be a happy Uak now for the Great church the rector, Rev Henry \V.

Spirit to nuke her home in the STEINWAY STARR VOSE
the arm of the chair a JESSE
climb up ou Little, preached a very beautiful and ,
happy laud.Dark .
; and klar "dear auntie" and without pleasing sermon.

It t word tiptoe back to her toys-her Cloud a .pK-ndid man with The chancel had been decorated FRENCH and RICHMOND PIANOS.
hair falling t..I..w hit broad shoulders,
'J'tue allow with the assurance of said: I with a thank offering, which consisted

,. toterthinlCt'tt: love. of quantities of lovely flowers, beau- Pianola and Cecilian Piano Players.
the I am not a :1..n"cII.ut l I come of
: Wt cannot parents, tiful fruits! nuts and other dlicaoie!
the Demkee iniie. 1 know the Great
tl.tfr-, brothers friends: ; only assure At the conclusion of she servicesthey
Wbit.101Iur 1&5 tvery red IIIBU in Jesse French and Packard .
: than of sympathy, but lbe band this land knows her. sue studied were taken to the Marion County Organs.

ot JIIm who claimed her, for to us the Indmu'it relisfiou, the, true reliCioa. Hospital: and given for the use of _-______n__ ____ ___ f

tbe wai only lent will kindly whisper It U tiiided oil the trut God. the patients of that institution. This

to their grief stricken ooul! Our[ God tutu-lied this w. tuan's heart, was an act of thoughtfulness and was
and she uudt-rsiood w,. the; was the Jesse French Piano & Co.
44Whereforeh you weep? Would angel of God. We may not have a greatly appreciated by the manage Organ

r jou bring her beck? You shall go to Christ in our religion, but we have a went of the hospital as will as' by the

[ her, but nb" fchall not return to you. )Mediator ulid the was the great patients. Factories --

JJotnow, but lu I the, hereafter you mediator between the whites and the ThanKsgiving day in Ocala was a

I Indian. \V.e see our God-we hear Richmond Indiana.
i: will undrr3taui"Aruoug moat pleasant: one and each and everyone
. our Otl(}. We see Him in the tree, ,
the most beautiful lilies in of us is thankful for tome great
in the rivers and even in a blade of

[' UU garden bloomod! our darling, and grass, just as we hear Him in the blessing.!

had Dot the master the. right to transplant rustle or the leaves in our forest Carmack an the Cuban Treaty Distributing Depots

Ours i.. the God of nature. S'le"asa
tbe fairest whose
. adaptability The president tells us in substance, '
.' leader I lo us. She iusjured us to St. Louis Mo.' Nashville Tenn. DallasTexas
.4'w... the readiest one that would go on says Senator Carmack of Tennessee, ,
batter things. We loved her, and

. trowingaud ripening now the is gone from u.!. But while that we m "t ratify this treaty to Ala. Ala.
f Birmingham Montgomery
why Cod took we cannot tell, sad it is for that trade ,
w r are we are save our honor and to help our ;
Help ni dear Lord to feel it is well"
Today Ht has eUimed her now she will wait, Had, not for h.r, because we know sheis thttt we must act in this matter froma .---.... : .

To greet you lomot row,at the golden gate. happy. We are sad te ytuie we are stern and self sacrificing sense of f
ONE WHO LOVED HEK. left l alone. I think ours U the eweet-
duly and with a lively regard for the i
eat of all the religious.
proti that" will accrue. It is an opportunity JAS J. WATSON
I Death of Mr. Ballard.
i :. Allen Holton. such as seldom comes to ,
" Mr. George F. Ballard, the engineeron
Mr. Allen Holton appeared at the worship God and get your money
Ocala Fla.
, the Ocala and Houiosd&sa train, Tallahassee Fla.
business while ,
Opera House Thursday night for theBenefit back: to be diligent lu : ,
'r who shot )Ir. W. A. Wteins \
war by ,
f of the Marion County Ho ital. serving tie Lord. The Cuban treaty of Florida

: the A. C. L. agent at the Utter placeWednesday is presented to us by the president in Representative

morning, died at the Alr. Holton made a splendid im- the attractive double a"|lect of a bar r

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boepiulin this "Ity Thursday morn- prl"loubt'n he prtsentad "David gain counter and a misiouary box. I

log at a quarter past! two o'clock. Garrick" here several weeks ago and You put a nickel in the slot for sWt' tcnlraty'I McIVER and MACKA More Than a

Mr. Rillard was about fifty years ofage
:: sake and get more than
All who heard him Thursday night in I
and leaves two daughters, aged '
! "Pygiuulun and Gilatea1' ay! that it jour mouej's worth of chewing gum

eight and ten years, who reside with wasa. ly superior to his last per and cigar $ MILLION DOLLARS $

relative Iu SeW O1Ir:&t :.. Hl'H\:, a
formance. Revolution Imminent.A .
prominent Ma sou and was a member I
Mr. Holton! impersonates every sure sign of approaching revolt
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive FUNERALDIRECTORS of Florida Capital
character himself and does it well. and serious trouble in your system isuervousntss guar-

Engineer He is an artist. i :: sleeplessness, or stomath antees this .
A The body w. s embalmed and will upset. Electric Bitters will quickly pure vege-
At the beginning of the im'graui. .

be khlpped to Birmingham! Ala., to- the Oi, ala Maudoliu club rendered dismember the troublesome causes- -1- table remedy to cure or
the stomach
It Lever fails to tone ,
for The Masons will
day interment.
several selections. regulate the kidneys and bowels, Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets back. .
the the train and the money
escort body to !
Between the first and second acts, Htimuhte the liver and clarify the and Burial Outfits. Special given to I
Mason! at Birmingham will have Hun down benefit
blood. systems
Mr. It.S. Fussell, who is t:1peudiug.afew : burial services.
charge of the funeral. particularly: aud all the Usual attending
days here in the interest ofHeintz's Cures:
: The ahootlun was a most unfortun aches vanish under its searching to Order
selec Embalming
pickles, gave a banjo
affectiveuess. Electric Catarrhal
and thorough affection of the
ate affair and la deeply regretted l by
tion. Mr. Russell is a splendid performer Citttrs is only oOc. and that: is returned nasal passages, bronchial
i all. Mr. Weems is still at his post of
and was forced to respond to if it don't give perfect satisfaction. tubes, lung!!, kidney-,

L' duly, Dot having been arrested. four Guarantatd Anti-Monopoly: DrugStore bladder and stomach.
three or encores.
.- --- : and 'fJdlng'i and Co m 4 FUII6Qts. AlsoNervous
the entertainment
i; Death of William Giles. lu every respect I .

f William Giles, the well know car* was very Hue.'More Mr. William R. Hearst bas received

if penter of thU city, and brother of marked attention in Washington
; haste, less speed" and "has
,l George Giles died suddenly at his since the assembling of congress.
born of experience -
ten slowly are proverbs .
.1i homeThurrdsy night. He was the that some things can't be Some of the party leaders are beginning Indigestion

lay reader at St.: James Episcopal hurried without loss and waste. to find out that he is a much $49 : Consumption, or any diseases -

church and his funeral took place Tbat is especially true of eating. bigger man than they thought; that of the mucaous -ff

from there at 3 o'clock Friday. He The railway lunch habit, "five min he was not merely a newspaper man 1- t; membranes. >i
utes for refreshments" is a habit av' a{ +
was a worthy and prominent colored most disastrous to the health. You who had made a phenouiiual success of

< man. may hurry your eating. You can't the bus-siuess, but that the reason he A : ; :

1 hurry your digestion and the neglectto made the success was because he was '

Women as Well as Men allow proper time for this important an able executive, a single minded As a Tonic I< -
function is the beginning of i
patriot and a lover of the common
Are Made Miserable by to n busy man. When "
sorrows many
people. As a consequence his stock gives appetite, builds
the tongue is foul, the head aches, DKPRPRfPAIllCIAS
4 Kidney Trouble. when there are sour or bitter risings as the nominee of the democracy for the system banishes that TROPICALMANUFACTURINOtklCONYllLE.
tired feeling makes the
undue fulness after eating, hot the presidency has gone up several' ) .Futw

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages flushes, instability, nervousness, irresolution polnts.-C. A. E.I wards. E. BLUM & COMPANY weak strong and happy

and lessens ambition; beauty rigor cold extremetiesand other
., and cheerfulness soon W. Bt. Sold and Guaranteed by Tj'clings d Co., anti Anti-Monopoly .
'n; I symptoms, be sure the stomach and At Atapulgns! Ga., a few miles 517 and 519 Bay <
v ;) disappear when the kid- Drug Store
neys are out of order other organs of digestion and nutrition north of the Florida line the Cohen Jacksonville, fla. a -

II or diseased. have 'broken down.' Nothing
has a sugar
.Ui !
trouble has !
t Kidney will reestablish them in actively F
become so prevalent I refinery and Manatee county, Col. re
operation so quickly as 3
F y1 | that a it child Is not to uncommonfor be bOn healthy Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.It W. N. Camp, of this city, is prepar- Estate! i WE EAT MEAT "

a' &afflicted with weak kid- strengthens the stomach, nourishesthe ing to plant 3,000 acres in sugar cane. Real ; 1
--- neys. If the child urinates purifies the blood and for To grow strong. Unless we get
+ nerves State Chemist Rose is authority
Il. __ "" too often, if the !
builds up the body. It is strictly a Real lID good meat we may as well let
urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child I the statement that Southern Georgiaand
reaches an age when it should be able to i temperance medicine containing no the 4 it alone. There is no strengthin
b' the entire state of Florida are
control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with alcohol or other intoxicant. Given instead of 0
meat giving
tough -
v bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of Dr. Pierce's great work, ThePeople's finest sugar cane growing sections in Your wants in this line for
the and the first away. i it takes to
-s difficulty Is kidney trouble Medical Adviser world. strength digestit.
t step should be towards the treatment of Commonsense the
', these Important organs. This unpleasant is sent free ou receipt of stamps I City or County Property, It pays. to be careful in I

:>,-. trouble is due to a diseased condition of the to pay expense of mailing only. The Capital Tobacco Company has Orange Groves, etc., can baying meat-be sore to get
: and bladder and to habit as /
kidneys not a /
21 one-cent stamps for the paper with capital of: : and choice.
send been organized a ? h the best-tender
; most people suppose. I Special attention i
cloth be supplied.
;} Women as well as men are made mis covered book, or 31 stamps for $!: ,OOO to engage in the cultivation of *+! Pay a little more if need beans
;: erable with kidney and bladder trouble binding to Dr. R. Y. Pierce Buffalo t Y
Sumatra tobacco on an 600-acre plantation given rentaccounts. putsomethingiuyouratomachtJI
remedy. i
and both need the same great N. Y. i
The mild and the immediate effect ot near Tallahassee, Fla. I AA ., which will put flesh on your
1 Swamp.Root is soon realized. It is sold Nathaniel Wetzel will establish a f ,
by druggists. In fifty- fit bones and strong blood in your
A has been organized with
Orleans. According company
New -
ranch near k
cent and one dollar frog .
'" t .. of J50.000 to build and oper- F. W. DITTO
sizes. You may have a 3 to a dispatch from that city a ,
sample! bottle by mail establishments at Pompano and BROS.
@ free also pamphlet tell-\ some ol 9.ampliool Mr. Wetzel has cleared $40,000 a year ate

In; all about it. Including'many of the in the frog business in Texas. My, I Deerfleld, Fla., to pack pineapples, Real Estate and Insurance Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. I;
thousands of testimonial letters receive m i
and other vegetables. -
in FlorIda tomatoes eggplants
Dr. Kilme how this business would pay -
j.t sufferers cured. In writing Fla.
aM J Ocala, t4iyiJGCF'r J tr.iV rr r dUGa tr.iV1r.iiJrii'ii1ii W;:fll; : 'SM1J!!1ffiL rWtii1m'J! 1C1S; 6 JC11
&Co. Binghamton N. Y., I e sure ;.

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IN RAILROAD CIRCLES. End of the Store Contest. First of the Season.

The contest for the Bucs Junior Messrs. J. A. Pittman & Son, the To Cure a Cold in One Day i

In accord with the literal policy range,ort-rtolt by H. B. Masters! has euterpiNing, furniture dealer, have

which bas been followed by the Etst had a very hippy ending. Tne con- distributed the first 1904 ca1"1I1.r1 to Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A P1I J on every :

Coast Railway since it was first built, trytbas been going on through the col- make their appearance in Ocala. (9.'c box 25c.
Seven Mffion boxes sold fa past 12 months. This signature, :
an important reduction has been made umus of this piper under tilt popular: Mr. Ed. P. Pittman, junior member

in frt'ighrlites; on' canned goods, bu- coupon system fur some mouths, and of the firm, Accompanied by"Joe" 1

gar, bay and grain to this city. Trie t-lieU-d considerable! rivalry by the their irrepressible helper,droveall j

rates will go into effect tomorrow and little girls nt iwue, and both sides over the city Wednesday and put

will t>e quite a bo tie fit to Miami. The worked bo bravely and unremittingly, into every home very attractive calendar T Formula tells the story :

new rule will apply only to through the "",tore that treats you right," true with the firm's advertisement

# freight from Jacksonville to Miami. to i its motto, conclude! thit both handsomely printed on it. Grove's Chronic Chill Cure ,

Miami News. little girls? were entitled to a stove, ho Ed. Hays: .veare Lot on'y fi .tiu
without Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste made of I i
counting the hut week's bali i getting out our New Year'> ca'tu

President R. G. ErJriu, of the Atlantic lots permitted the content to tape dars, but we are first in the mind ci i ., Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK i iI
I Fluid Extract BLACK Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK I II
: Coast Line, ways the proposed this shape, and yesterday afternoon the people in Marion county whet.

F pension plan for old employes on his when the little misses got home from they want to buy up-to-date furi'iiui-/ I Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLAIt I

road is entirely in the hands of the their canvass of the city each found a brle.a-brac, etc, at prices as low i.a Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure. .

directors now. The stockholder stove at their homes awaiting them, any honest man can it'llbem.! i
The Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price, 50c.
granted the directors the authorit. the one in the window being sent to PittuiauAlSou are great believers

to establish a system of pensions, but the home of Miss Mary Phillips and In printer's ink, and they attribute a
_or -.- _:-..11I-'"...." .:.-_. _.. -
the directors themselves must devise "' ""
one very nearly similar to it to the great deal of their success during the

the system. "I do not know whatsystem home of Miss Marguaret Anderson.The past year to its liberal use. Their"ads" THE .

the directors will: pursue." -- always! have the knack! ot "'
Montezuma Hetel Case.
)lr. Erwin said in Savannah last making themselves talked about.A .
There has been trouble betweenMr.
wetk.uIt is a matter left entirely
A. R. Toph, owner of the Montezuma glass or two of water taken half "

with them. They may adopt any Hotel and the lessee of the hotel, an hour before breakfast will usullay CABLE COMPANY

plan they see fit. I only know that keep the bowels regular. Harsh
Mr. C. W. Joseph. Suit: of ejectment
the pension system will'be ':laugur.at.d cathartics should be avoided. Whena f
was brought in Judge Robert Bul-
though I cannot say exactly purgative is ntedod, take ('hambsr- Sf
lock's court by the former and owingto ]laiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets. -

when." Teachers Association. the illness of Judge Bullock the They are mild and gentle in their One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the 3:
County action. For sale all and
case has been pending for some weeks.It by druggist
Ocala, Fla., Nov 27, 1903. medicine dealers tuIt's it
\ came up for final hearing Monday.Mr. .
There will be a county teachers' W. K. Zewarfski appearing foMr. United States
association held in the building I
Armory For You!
Toph and Mr. Raymond B. Bui-
Ocala on Saturday, Dec. 12ih, *
i commencing, at 10 o'clock a. m. I lock for Mr. Joseph. ., ....... ...I..'.-'...-.'......,...."...,.'.......'-'. ,.":J",.<'.......-... :_-..;......-...-.; ;f/-
The testimony of course of the 't
want to urge upon every teacher who
t owner and the lessee was conflictingbut
possibly can to attend. The subjects This Manufactures
taking all the surrounding circumstances Company n
to be discussed are interesting and
into account, the eourl
" you cannot atford to be absent. I was held that Mr. Joseph' was not in and Sells Direct the '

in hopes that Slate Superintendent ; j
arrears for rent so decided the case in
Sheats would be with us, but a letter -J
his favor.It ,,-
from him states that it will be impos
has not yet been ascertained -
sible for him to be here before the
wheter or not an appeal will be taken
middle of January. t& Conover A Cable t '
The case gained a great deal of local Kiijgsbury
K Rev. H. W. Little has kindly con .
'' sented to I lecture. TheGreat[
Old Schedule Restored. IJealti( ) Drink
/ ._ The following program has been
At the last meeting of the board of
prepared: Schubert
trlil.1e' W.l-. stated that the change Wellington.PIANOS
1.-The advantages accruing from
of schedule the Dunnellon
on sbort
the organization of special tax scboo Dispensed at all Soda Fctiatains 5c.
had proven very injurious to the business ..
districts, by P. W. Green and I
interests of the city of Ocala
Emanuel Martin. METTO Syrup input up for
and a committee was appointed toby mixing with (water iu the ;
2.1lenefitstobed-rit'd to teacher,,
the acts be'o'e the proper rail summer time end with hot .
pupil and community by teachers attending .
road oftUiilsaud try to have the old water in the winter trie.

educational meetings, b y railroad. schedule restored, which was Specially adapted to feiu'l}
Miss Della Mouse and W. F. King. use,either as a beverage or a

3. Lecture entirely satisfactory to all interestsconcerned. table drink, taking the place ,- ..
in Madagascar,, : .. : :...
of tea, coffee, etc. .
Rev .
by I. W. Little.4.Evidences
The committee performed its work

' and proofs of a sue promptly, faithfully and well, and Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times
teacher, by J. F. Harrell! and ,
we are glad to state, were succetsful 1 Prices: for syrupl.2 pint, 25c.

Miss Martha L. Maiii. in their efforts and the railroad officials 1 quart, 7oc. 1.2 gallon' !1.35,

Teachers living too far to come i in I 1 gallon, $.50. send
were so thoroughly convincedthat us your order we all and
Saturday morning will be given Friday directions:Two table -poonfuls pay expenses
the board of trade were right in used to a glass of water.
afternoon to make arrangementito ::
their request that the old schedulewas Costs less than 2c. a glass. -

attend. restored and went into effect i guarantee satisfaction -
Supervisors, patrons and public are Monday.The TROPICAL lUNOFiCTURINC CO.Jcksonille. .

cordially invited to attend. I hope to
Florida.For .
train leaves Ocala at 9 a. iu. fore
st -c see '110 less than 75 per cent, of th
Homosassa, returning at 9:5.'> a. m'i; sale by Mil K. Whalvy,
! teachers present. T. TllUXIer., C. E. Taj lor,
leaves Ocala for Juliette and connections ] A. JORDAN Manager .
ftrr Respectfully, lotoflioeUrns Store anil Aniiuoiioply -
Y at 10:30 a. m.,returning at 12:40 Tampa Branch
W. D. CAK.V, ( Drug lore.Truttetonat. .
Superintendent. p. m.; leaves. Ocala at 3:30 p. m. for

World's Fair Contest. !I south Hotnosaasa, returning, Inverness:'i and p. in.all points -. --..., 1113 Franklin St Tampa, Florida

The following is the result of thelanding Everything Lovely In Lake and m.E.BIGGS, _

of the St. Louis eouimisBiouer Marion. ATTORNEY-A1LAW.

candidates up to the present HamuelV.. Tea ue, of Lady! Lake, (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
OCALA. j FLORIDA. Fern Hill .
date of Rye I --
: one the most prtgres*ive citizens! -

Middle and West Florida-:\Ii s of Maduu county, his ben: in the JJ D. FULLER..

Mamie Randall! of Saiupala, first, city for the past two days on busines DENTIST. "That Good Whisky. "

wit1121,6151Ii8; Lula Ulmer Bird, Mr. Teague states that the country Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank: Ocala.Fla.

of Monticello,second with 16,804. adjacent to his home is in fine con-

West Coast Mi>s Agues Rogers, of dition, and that the people are prosperous. J M. THOMPSON._ H .ROSENTHAL& SONS DISTILLERS,

St. Petersburg, first, with 19,951; Mis There will be a great many Office over PHYSICIAN Teapot Grocery.AND OPP.SURGEON.Montezuma.OCALA. CINCINNATI, OHIO.

Sara E. Harris, of Ocala,second, with oranges shipped from Lady Lake, and FLA. STRAUSS & CO., DISTRIBUTORS

19,271.: the truckers and farmers have also OCALA, FLORIDA.

East Coast an Thomas, prospered, and received good pricesfor EDWIN SPENCER- I

Jacksonville, first, with 96,432; Miss their products. "It looks like old ATTORNEY-AT'LAW, r----
OCALA. ,-.8FLORIDA., : '
t Edith 0. Pye, of Jacksonville. second times down in Marion," he jubilantly 9 McMillan Bros

with 79,904.The remarked,"and it makes us all feel J K. CHASE _

result of the contest will be good." Mr. Teague departed for his DENTIST, YL

announced every day and the final home on the afternoon train.-Gain OCALA FLA

result will be announced in the esville Sun. Southern Copper Works
Times-Union next Monday. CARLOS .: SEEDS
Big Tourist Travel Expected. ALL
Manager C. H. Knapp: of the Clar- Room 4, Masonic Building Ocala. Fla. S 23 I Experience has established It asa Manufacturers of
: The endon Inn, who has recently returned sow not.-they Sold grow.by all dealers.13C4 Seed lou Turpentine Stills

from Annual postpaid frr to all upUcanta. -
an extensive
trip through the .
northera and eastern states, informsus D. M. FERNY &. CO. and General Metal Workers. ', -
: that the preparations of tourists
Eye and Ear
coming south is far ahead of anythingever OldStills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
Business College. known before, and that the Ocala Every through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

transportation companies are making THURSDAY.MONTEZUMA Jerry Burnett, wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

heavy preparations to handle the following works .. .

travel.-Seabreeze. ,-- '" .., .. Merch ntTiloring.
BEST .. '" '." .,.." ,, FAYETT i/ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
A Frightened Horse ,

Running like mad down the street JACKS. 1VILLE. FLA.
Applications constantly 10n Beautiful Florida Home For Sale. MOBIE AA.. .
dumping the occupants, or a hundred
' file ror graduates to fill other accidents, are every day occur Buildings, stock, tools, farming -

good positions. rences. It behooves everybody to implements, etc. Eighty acres land,
have. reliable salve handy and thereis 45 Ocala, Florida. X CREAM
in I
acres cultivation. Good TORMS'VHITE'S
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d Address none as good as Bucklen's Ajuica and good health. Reason for gelling Finest Imported and V V !

Salve. Burns,cuts, sores,eczema and am about to engage in other business. Domestic Cloths. ----------------------_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-____.J"'t..______ Moat in Qoandty; BestlnQtuCltr.
: L M HAITON, piles disappear quickly under its For full particulars address For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies.y

,r ; soothing effect. 25c. at Antimonopoly B. S. QUAKTERMAX, Cutting a SpecialtyFits ISOLD! : DT ALL DR UGGZa '9.
i= J' Tampa, Fla. Drue Store and Tydings and Com 1120 dlt w3t Prepared. .-_ 40, JAMES
Fairfield, Fla. Guaranteed. I. F. DALLA D, St. Louis.
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::1 HERE AND THERE I purchase of 18,000 acres of pasture escaped the notice of our fair female For Sale. NOTICE OF-MASTER'S SALE. Public Notice

laud in the Miakka valley, Florida. auftrain-u correspondent, Miss Elnora Martfrl, Fla., Nov. IS, 19 \ I Beautiful home; splendid fruit' IS HEREBY GIVE "HAT CX-
Tbtre was a big storm ia AtUntattttrdty Be will fence the entire tract and : Mouroe Bibcock.: N'OTICE by virtue of a final decree of for. To all to whom it may concern :

and trucking !anti, also fine stock closure entered on the toth day of October, A. Having been notified that the pub
and today the earth is plant 4000 acres in para gra,, Cattle D 1903 by the Hon. W. 8. Bullock judge ot
Mr. W. 0. Bellair of Jacksonville cattle the circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of lie bridge across the \Vilhlacooche
.'untied over with snow. of the Honduras br..eJ..iII te iutro. Florida sitting in chancery for Marion county. Fla.
River Dunuellon is in dangerous
at a
I I spoilt( Thanksgiving with friends in 11 13 4l- J. A,- OWESS, in a certain cause then pending in said court ,
duced HH a basil for a. new order ofI I wherein Hattie O.Allen and Geo K. Allen her condition, and whereas th.
':s AD Ocala young gentleman who I O.' t I commissioners of Marion and
stock farming. and Marie: Louise Goldbeclc Alfred C county
feet out to the Ocala race course last Goldbeck, her husband. Adelaide V Morgan,
I the irw of Brady, Lewis &; Company Citrus counties have eontr ?ied with
I James W. }Morgan as heirs at law of William H.
Thankitgiviug' was heard to re>remark. Rev. Dr.V.. X. Hillis, of Sew which! did a big grocery business in ::: -7"r: 1 Morgan, deceased, were defendants tile under the Converse Bridge Company of
signed special master in chancery will on
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""lb." beArd of people losing their York, in the course of a sermon onVomef O\;ala before the great fire whicboccurru.l ." l" MunJay Vic: 7th uf Lkcember,1903, Chattanooga, Tenn., to erect good

money on the race, but it was reserved "\ ," made the !statem! .ut that \_.-0-' ': between 11:00 a. m. and 2:oo p. m. offer and and substantial l bridge i iriver 1Io' II"IiJoltl
twenty years ago Thanksgiving "",, ,I'' : --I -T lL rose for sale and will then and there bell to n-I
in lieu of the aforwaidand
for me to lose my money on the within fifty years women would know r:3- 4... SJ highest and bes bidder for cash in hand, bride
more than men, and that! they would day. The Brady, Lewis & ... .i-J_' r-: front ot the court house door in Ocala, Marion whereas !said Bridge Company
'' county, Florida, all the right title interest and
will know better -
BVWM. Ssyshe! not only vote but would direct the Company's story! was one of the I .....;-;...-, ,.;.r..-.. .- tFi_ _1iJ:= estate of the said defendants May Louise Cold- has notified me: that they are ioiu{

fiat tlnw men how to vote. iiihtiy that were destroyed in the ':' ,,-:'\;--..,..7.-i.- ,;" :-;-:. -.. ,.- iLI beck Adelaide and Morgan Alfred: C.and GoUbcclc James ,W.her Morgan husband, as all that is in thnr power trthtve the
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A.B. Murphy has completed the We hops: that this sermon has not great disaster. Mr. Bellair's many *"-- -Ai.--| -r-.1.* fc* in and to the following described lands situate the proper government ortVUN and
o .i ?* s? lying and being in the said county and state
,:: / that they have reasons to believe: Hut
friends here were delighted to see &:: -d-** to-wit:
5 .- -- --- --- ---- L >*_) Commencing at a point 6.39cainseast of the they will have said bridge compJvlviiby
!1i him again. -"j"i?.:: southwest corner of the nurthwot quarter of I January 1st, 1904.

" < ---- !J the southwest quarter of section 15. township I This is to notify all to whom It may
t 15 south range 21. east, thence running north
"I STRAUSS' h The good ship Mahn;otaysee, of :. t5.65 chains,thence east 6.39 chains.thence south I concern, that said bridge fir-t a'"ivw
15.65 chains, thence west 6.39 chains)the point mentioned is condemned, at 'U-inc
IY the Lucas Line of O'jKlawuha river ( of beginning, containing by estImatIon ten i unsafe, and dankwrous: and tlit the
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(::::;"'11 acres more or less.
il steamers, slid into the waters ou a :i Also beginning at the northeast corner of the county iommiH> ROYAL RESERVE Alvarez grant in township 15. south range 22, not tie respouoihlt fir tiny daiuirr 'f,
greased track from Boyd's tLipyard I ROLLS FROM Only the bes east and running thence south with a magnetic p.-rwthi'ir! property of any [M-rm..if>r
variation of minutes east,
OUR OVEN material 3 9 .
goes who t-ui.i bri i'lc. ia
Tuesday morning in the presence of a I 23 69 chains thence west with a magnetic variation persons may UM
into the oven and of a degrees 35 minutes north S 45 chains its dilapidated "ud dan.terou, e tf:4 l Urge tiupany of spectators and well only the thence north 23 69 chains, thence east 8.45 chains tion. The Masers Camp of DtaiHNloo
I to the poi=t of beginning containing 20: acres
withers. As the steadier began moving BEST BREAD I of land more or less. agreed to pl.tce t flat M .* *!
Four Quarts Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and bridge in cane it liecimo 1 ut afe be*
$3 50 : rolls out. It i is and
Delivered down the ways Miss Edith Merrill delightfully crisp I costs. CARLOS L. SISTRCNK, fore the new bridge wes ronipj 4 l.
NEIL M Master fn Chancery.
I wholesome. A few slices buttered is a ALLIED Special H. W. C.s-j.
racked bottle! of Muaim's extra I 10 30 Solicitor for Complainant.
< a
I meal in itself and almost as nutritious Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Ce. Fla.

dry on her stem hud pronounced the as meat. I I Attest:-S. T. :SISTRl' K,
Orders for Bread, etc. can be NOTICE OF ELECTION.
which bhe had previously more 11 21 Clerk.
atiafactoiily filled by

selected. She will be completed by
s 'R,1111 h a o1 For creating a Special Tax School District at

; STRAUSS' January loth.-Palatka, 1''la., :News, BEi US' BAKERY Moss Bluff. NOTICE

nth ult. NOTICE will be held tt the Long Grove Notice of Application for Tax Deed D4er Section

Y (Moss Bluff) school house Manon county a.of Chapter 4SSS.! Laws of FbcWa.VTOTICE .
Florida. during the hours of o'clocka.
m. and sundown of Saturday Dec
"Trje) Fiqest"4FULL i I 5. A D 1903 for the purpose of creating a .' & Pope purchasers of Tn CettMratt >..
this season of coughs and colds special tax school district to be known as the 1218 A 1219 dated the e-ond day of JwIJand IM.
the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit Moss Blud Special Tax School District The 951 and 2111 dated Auiiut 7. I$.
it is well to Know that Foley's Honey c I of Florida in and for Marion County boundaries of the above said school district to No. 1641, dated the 1st day of Jar
1 I be as lollops" : A." D. loot, has filed said crrtiftcate. 10 my
slobS, cer. and Tar is the greatest throat and In Chancery. Commencing at the northeast corner of section office, and has made apolicatiou for Ux d"t
-. QUlRTS$6 00 i Martha J. Osborne, Plfintiff, vs. John TV. Os 17, township 16, range 25, running west to Oct- to issue in accordance with Uw. timid ctiwi*
; ani lung remedy.: It cures quickly and borne, Defendant.-Divorce. lawaha river thence in a southeasterly direction cates embrace the following dcocribn! prgticHy
4 er;,; .to" : I I along the Ocklawaha river to the line dividing situated in Marioncounty. Honda to-wit
prevents serious results (rein a cold: IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT townships 16 and 17,thence east to southeast South half of southeast quarter sent 14*
i IT named John W. Osborne. be and he corner of section 3:.township 16. range, yards square in southwest orner wcuo A
Pcstoffico Drug Store. m is hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint thence north to the point of beginning. township 14. range it. southwest qiulrr .t
I I in said cause on or before Monday. : And to elect three trustees and to vote on the southwest quarter of section 2 J. aurtkwnt
millage to be assessed and collected for the next quarter of northwest quarter of kcctioa 14.
Everybody is buy at the Ocala i The 4th day of J ltMrry, A. D. 1904. twoyean. west half of southeast quarter an>t north half
bottle of I It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe The following persons are appointed managers ot north west quarter except s acres ia toutb
:Every genuine Music Company's store unpacking published ouce a week for eight consecutive and clerk of the election: W. E. west corner of northeast quarter of northwest
,. weeks in the Ocala Weekly BaDner.Dou..this Martin Jno. T. Lewis and N, L. Fort managers, quarter ot!secaoa 28. towanaip 16 rang; u
I and getting ready for display! of 24th day of October A. D 1903. and J S. :Martin clerk. The said land being awesned at the date of
; 'L f (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, II-M G. SCOTT, the issuance of such certificate in the name ot
t a beautiful line of holiday goods. Mr. I Clerk Circuit Court Attest; Chairman. W. L. Beckett L. B. Hart Ch *. WIDia_
By H C. Sistrunk. D. C. W. D. Coax Secretary. Florida Insurance Co. and L'nknown.
I f Pabst' Condon has just returned from New Edwin Spencer, Complainant' Sol'r. 10-30 Unless said ceruncates Shan be redeeine according
I' to law.tax deed will issue thereonthe .a j
York when he purchased a line of' NOTICE 7th day ot December. A. D luot.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE Witness my official signature and seal this the

novelties that are entirely new in': TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. 31st day or October A. D. 1903.T.StSTlLtNIt. i

this section, them are some Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec Cit 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Kla. t
among ; lion 8, of Chapter 4&SS, Laws of Florida.
artistic Japanese goods which are 10TICE day of December A. D., 1903 I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRED t
Blue Ribbon will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock County NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. NOTICE. .
if- i iI certainly up-to-date. You will miss a Judge; in and for Marion County, :State of 742 dated the 3rd day of Apnl. A. D. 1893
Florida, at his office in Ocala. in said county, for { has filed said certificate in my office and has
rare treat if you fail to go around and an order authorizing me, aa Guardian of the made application for tax deed to issue in accordance An Oordinauc Providing for Oatta I
I minor heirs of the estate of Lillian E. Turner. !I with law. :Said certificate embraces
I look at them. No matter how hard !. deceased: to sell at private sale the following' the following described property situated in Gu..rd.. or Other Devices to be plated -
T : property belonging to said estate to-wit: Marion county Florida to-wit: Adjacent to the Railroad Tracks
"Pabst Mil you are to please you will surely find Undivided half interest in the east half of the South half of northeast quarter of southwest Crossiug North Magnolls Street,
hears the trade-mark southwest quarter, and southeast quarter of quarter of northeast quarter section 22 township .
Duties and I'eaal-
something to your taste in this big northwest quarter of :Section: 33, Township 15, 14 range 21. and to Prescribe
;I South. Range 22. East The said land being assessed! at the date of ties in Relation Thereto.BR .
waukee" red circle. In the stock. Said lands belonging to the estate of the said the issuance of such certificate in the name of
in a Lillian E. Turner deceased to be sold for the Feand L. Patterson. Unless said certificates IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COCH-
; : The Central National Bank of Ocala I best interest of said minor heirs. This 6th day I shall be redeemed according to law tax ot the City of Ocala:
of November, 1903. deed will issue thereon on the jth day of January Section i. It shall be the duty of the railroad
1 jj making of Pabst Beer j is making preparations to open its A.C. TURNER.Guardian. A D. 1904. company owning and using the tracks crowing
) I 11-13 Witness my official signature and seal this the North Magnolia street m the city of Ocala
; loth day of November, A. D. 1903. after the pulllllerthis
doors and it is believed that it will be Florida within thirty days

1 x ;- The barley is right 1 able to do so Ijy next Monday. President -I SEALED BIDS. u 4 Clerk Circuit Court S. T.Manon SISTRCNK.Co.Fla. maintain said: ordinance crossing on each above erect side mentioned of construct said gates track equip, guards si and Ole

Ford and Casbier Watson were or other devices of a similar character that wtUorotect
XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL and make the said crossing safe for thepassage

Y! The hops are right busy yesterday signing the treasury Monday 1." Board the ot County 4th day Commissioners of January,A.that D. 1901 on SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. said attest ot pedestrians crossing! the and said vehicles r.ilrc.4 along tracU.Aad the.

notes which will soon be turned loose sealed bids<< (or suitable persons to be overseer ia the treat ol failure of tbe said railroad
and repair and work lor one year the public IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE comoanyusing and owning the said tracks to
The water is right to be added to our per capita circula roads and bridges of this county,will be received I NOTICE executor of the last will and erect.equip and maintain said guards gale
the board as follows: ; herein withlnthetime
by testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased will on or otherdevtcl u provided
tion. The expert to put up the fix- District No. i.-One overseer 28th of FdI"W1"9QI.. specified, and lor each day thereafter the
the toy
District No. 2.-one overseer Flemington said compaDI
is sarrent or employe !of
I The plant rightThat's tures arrived last night and will be- DUtj.one; overseer BUtchton Martel and Cotton make final settlement of his accounts and apply agent using or having charge of said tracks shall be.
election districts, and one for Heidtsville, for final discharge. Such final settlement and conviction thereof punished by a flee ol
gin putting the elegant fixtures in Romeo and Dunnellon election districts. application to be made to the county Judge of upon not exceeding twenty five dollars or imprtooa-
District No.3.-Two overseers. Marion county,at Ocala. Florida. ment not exceeding: thirty days.
why position today. It will be one of the District No. 4.-North of Ft. Gates road one 8 28 6m J. M. LIDDEH. Section*. It shall be the duty or the said nul-
\, overseer;south of Ft Gates road one overseer. D. A. MILLER. road company. to property close;open and are
most complete and elegant bank Distnct No. 5.-West ol A C. L. R. R., one for the said gates!.guards or devices ta order '1I
;1 overseer east ot \. C.I.. R. K.,one overseer. that the safety 01 Ule traveling public may br !

buildings in Florida. all The bids.Board reserves the right to reject any and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I insured against mentioned accident herein in crossing and it said Ia further tracks 2

Bend will be required with approved securi.. at the the duty point of the agent in charge of said railroad '
ties for the faithful performance ot the over Department of the Interior, Land Office at tracks to see that Mid gates are not closed: It !
Ciufhs, Colds and Constipation. seer's dnty. The Board will also receive bids for Gainesville, Fla.,October 36, 1903- anytime. except dunng the passage of any
services of ferrymen for one year from January or engine and then for a period or
Pabst beer Few people realize when taking 1904. at White's terry. Sharpes ferry Grahamville AJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE train.not looker cars than five minutesdnnng passage
terry Eureka ferry and Stokes terry and 1\ following named settler baa filed notice of of train,car. or engine over the said trstks i
cough medicines other than Foley'sHoney any other free ferries in the county. Said bids her intention to make-final proof in support of except any the regular passenger trams on the :,.
to-be delivered to the clerk of the circuit courton her claim and that said proof will be made maiD line entering and leaving alatloD.ita .
r and 'l ar, that they contain or before Monday the 4th day of January.A. before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala tla,, on which event said gates may be closed for a :'
D. 1904. S.T.SISTRUNK.ii December StAooj, notexceedingien miantesat anyone
opiates which are constipating besides a8 Clerk Circuit CourtStudy SSeTAny watchman. agent servant or sin- Y
of Kendrick. Fla... homestead said
I viz: Dora Daniels railroad company having the
being unsafe, particularly for child. ; 27063 formerly Dora Stevison. tor the ploye of or other devices ia charge wIN )
north half of southwest quarter section 33 gates.guards of this ordinance shall ;
ren. Foley's Honey and Tar containsno Utilize of you spare getting tiic a township 14 south range 21 east. shall violate.this section conviction in the mayors' \4
at t Home eniuagt! bepunishcd upon
:betteredacaha.L.we .. She names the following witnesses to prove line oJ not exceeding ten dolUrjor
r pure. opiates, is safe and sure and will mote, and you her continuous residence upon and cultivationof court by a exceeding: ten days, ill the discretion t'
euaBOK. With the Tablet Hume Study Leisons you need aot said land.'viz: Sam Hodge, Perry Edwards, Imprisoned
Postoffice Drug leave heoieoc employment to lean Boukkeeving.: t Anthuienc.Algebra. Stevison Luther Stafford, all of Kendrick, of the court.
not constipate. .Geometry.Grammar.Rhetoric, Literature. Hatay.Pay.ks.l.wn.etc. .. Jim Florida Approved November tg FI5HEIi- Mgor. '"
Teachers aided Co +ae..miwuoee. am.ofiu.i
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(jts Store. In .s<. Luculazska.Address.1.Ltllak9r.iatka.Pa. 10-30 W. G. ROBINSON, Register.

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