The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00251
 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 11, 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
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00251
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t1"1"'r'tT"r1'r"r"r"'r"r"'r'lr"rt1"t"'r"r11r"" " " ' WHAT THE PEOPLE OF OCALA A Builder. I !

; E:; ,ill SHOULD D0. I It was:: stated in this paper that I Rev. L. B.Called Warren to ,Troy.of Ocala, Fla., I ...NINNINI....N..; 'i ,

a- i among the things done by Lira Gatesin was called tiunday::! to the pastorage of ,

if The people of Ocala should girl up I the Srst ward waa the erection of the First Baptist church in this I
i iI city
i their loin, i three dwelling bou-es., i p[ I
arise in their majesty Another to succeed Dr. A, B. Campbell resign PERSONAL ;
f and might and leave a record that publication/ said that the ed.

I --- _- i will mark the fact on the tablets, of i inference was that his being an alderman Kev. Warren is a young minbter of

F time that they once existed upon enabled him to do fcO, and if re- force, oneof the rising young preach I i i I t

IN A BOX I j! tbbeartb.: elected he might be enabled to build ers of the south, and it j H hoped that mmm !

r I As it is, it i is a measly record that more buildings.Well he will accept the call. ..

1. : we: present to the world Mr. (fates is re-elected and He delivered two excellent sermons II

= r- Leer 1 Ocala uow ha a history of more we hope he will go ahead and build here a few Sundays: ago and the peopN : The bank partners are interestedin this 1
f ::: If you want to writ a ni"e letter do more buildir :
you en it if jou have ::: :l than half! century. Its geographical of Troy are much pleased with the success of J
:;::: 1111'" nuimtiefv. Yuu'ie in a I.x if haveu't the and -* The
paper > situation/ is A;:lmirll'le. It is located man who puts his money in him.-Troy (Ala. us customers and 'f
t :: pals u in u else box I if you buy it beer We have many iylM. 13:: real ) Messenger.Honor :
a. i midway between ocean and gulfmidway : builds houses shows community at :
>I between Jacksonville anti I his faith in his community and is Roll. large. Personalatteutim v
| POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | I Titiupa, our great; seaport cities. Its i entitled to great respect: and con Following is the honor roll of the I : 10 every detail in given of ;:

altitude i* the sideration. Citra the liank's bueineM Ii
.t l, highest ou the peuiu- High! School for the month: eud- *
-- o solar and in bud the richest in the That's: the view the voters took of log December 4: May Borland, Lilly ..
= -r state Mr. Gates and other men will do well P a.snett Dollie :
I ,
Rowell James
Hob- .., : 11
ts- 13-- II I Uith these! advantages in its favor to catch his spirit ,of-thrift. kirk, Mattie Elli, Nina Thornton, l.-- It

-N. I the fart that after fifty years of toil Substantial and Handsome- Improve Herbert. Oyer, Archie McEaclurn, ..

i; ::: ::: I ni.d simple lU population is put ments. I Gertrude Hobkirk James .tone I .

-r --- ;i 11,1\\Ii in the twelfth census loot lees! Messrs. Munri1 aud Chaiublis very Louise Borland, Ethel Borland, Munroeand .

1 -- --. 1 t t tail four thou-and souls is not a greatly improved the looks of the j Margarette! Morris, Robert Thornton, j
:-:: --, ; reditableshoing for its people l building ID which their bank i is located I Lester Moody, David White. I : J ii

'.i$ -_- _---, j j N\V iiiU'-t wake up! liiit puniruiT -y the fraction of a I 1E.U11IEK: .. I! ChamblissBankers : j

i :71I1111lIItllllUlllllllllll! ', ,. \, \, lllillh', ',,lllllllllIllltli111111111111111, '! !! t! & l! I Hud We must get out of our old selvesj beautiful awning, and now are im I City.... D.,,'. a, 1903.fOLETSlOY'TA: : : :. .

i j put on the habiliments that will j.roviug it stiii --- I
more by Li.viui down I Ocala FU I 1
) give us a n w binh.j a substantial cement pavement the .. .

ty"T jy T ryj rrrggyarr -fl g raK3 ajrs y3 yr1' gggsg.gy.'Tay' j i The very su-eke t that crawl on their full length of the building.Mr. .: ..
'r old bellies ou the earth I get out of their W. (J. Marshall is the contractor _'tops_ the cough and heal*long. I ....................... it

David Woodrow selves once every jear acd leave and j is maintaining the reputationhe -a--. -- '-- -
their sheds ---
behind them. -- ------
has already achieved aloujr. thia:
\Ve ought to do at least that much.

>, ? Ph2O3PHATE LANDS. Besides the favorable advantages line.We hope that other property holders FINE MILLINERYI
i I I that we have above enumerated we : may follow Mesjra. Muuroe and
I, j have two rivers: -one to our right and Chamblisa' example and these excellent -
one to our left-both of these riversare
pavements be extended at least

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell orle navigable; one empties its waters around the. public square._ And the Very Latest Designs in
into the Atlantic ocean and the -- -
with him. other
..se on royaltycommunicate Our Postmaster Honored.
I into the Gulf Mexico..
1. Mr. H. C. Groves received a letter HATSFor
The distance separating these
two Saturday from B. E. Pntchard president
:) bodies of water is only twenty miles
of the national association! of
.; I Ill the crow dies.
Office next to Dr. Smith Fostoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. Retail Druggists, Pittsburg, Pa., Informing Ladies
Why not join these together artificially ,
him that "with the
r t hearty
.... _,,__- """"" _s, ..... __ and have vessels: pass by our endorsement of the entire executive Mises
doors: on their way from the Atlantic ,
committee and after much anxious
to he gulf? And
thought and careful searching to find Children;
JA3A E1I3ASST3 Z'SSISCea.. Editsr! Mr. D. C. W. smith of PhiltdHphis A caiml large enough and deep the proper mau. hat he had l....n ."

---- *, w' iu till- -rtioti of Flinda and who learners, that now ply the Oc&lawaha
HAPPENINGS liver You Know What You Are Taking.
is not a *tupeudous eugineriijie.tt
"pendt the winter hen, r..lieh..c1Ot'ila.
Tuesday moruin,;. He proceeded or uuderta&iug, but is a matterof When you take Grove's Tasteless Our Prices Right.
I Chill Tonic because the
formula is ,
Ann it till agit g. on to :South Florida and Mil. easy accomplishment, and would
--- --- plainly printed on bottle showing -
return to ihi- (pity l later in the sea-oti. eventually/ lead to a ship canal across every
"I MU youuij hUlgl'tllU" IIIdl'rery I the slat! *nt this i that it is simply iron and quinine
point and iu the con
djy.'' W't understand 1 that Mr. D. W.Dt.vi structiou of which the waters of our in a tasteless form. No cure no pay At Irs. Lucie F. B. Eaton's.

Alt die candidateukt? ttirir defeat proprietor of the Marion great lakes! could be very e t..-ily util, 5Uc. T
gracefully and the 'i..'tur* are Uoiug Block, ha- given Mr W. (i. i:1f: lull ized. !
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cruwiu for the down u
U3 a contract laying <>t a It would etlect -
a saving of mort- -
II Watch the ruluiuus of the Ocala cement, pavement along the entireI'nnth that seven hundred miles in ships -xxxxxx- -xxx- -xxxxxx- -

r Daily BtuutT and hear Html theditkey of 'the LuildilJ.. :Mts>-r&. going from New York to New Orleans, .t.P!., Xx- -xXxxXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXxxXx xxxxxx---xXx--xXx--xxx- -xxxxxx-xXxxXx- -xx----xxx-xXxU -- ;&

Munroe and ChamfolNi' example i s jtalvecion -j
bin! will and
stay.Mr. other points and a I
bearing iruit.._ large part of the traffic and commerceof xx U! !
I D. L. Mark it now a cituru of HIGHEST
the United: States MOTTO.
Jicksouville.! He! !iol a splendid eiti- The friends! of Ol. Burford, who i b at least would i =

zen and O -ab regrets to l isa)-,e him.Mr. ) the .,i>e-tt of Mrs. L.. M IU>Lin"ky, reek tim outlet.

his daughter, will be sorry to learn It uould make Ocala a great city IIH
Theophilu Williams, of Early aud Florida a great slat XX
th t the ColonelV health is not MARION
+ as
Bird, brought iu a wagon loud of ho.yeatvnlay ..;-* Ltt's do .something. IIH r
jkt' tins! year a* it has been on I h.s
for the Meat Packing: Co.If Let us build a monument that will
previous visits here. They hope, however -
you want t.> read oll1 thh.glott'rt. that our splendid climate may endure longer than the .pyramids of

>.ting and r..tl profitable. look' benefit him Troy (.\1'1,1) :Messenger.A Egypt !snd as the ships pass. our doors H
in an out to bet. will for KARDW
over the full pit advertisements iu -- sing us apeon ITU ARE ::1

Ocala! Weekly l': uuir.Mr. Timely Topic. of praise iu every ripplingwave.

-- At tbi-t season of eousrha and coldi, >
and Mrs( Harry Lapharu are -- -- -- ----
well that
it is to Know Foley's Honey ITx
Ctuehs, Colds and
DOW plroa-iully: domiciled at Mrs. and Tar is the greatest thront and I Constipation. I
Palmer's and will occupy the Phillipscollie It Few people realize when taking COMPANY
Inns remedy. cures quickly aprevents u d x J
ou t bouth Tliird street as soonM serious results (rein a coldPcstoftice cough medicines other than Foley' Xx XX

it is completed.Kev. ( _. Drug store. m Honey and 'J ar, that. they. contain I I II

, J. A. lIt udry is at bike City opiates which are constipating, besides >
, A party cousi"tiug of Mr. Hal Eajlleton being unsafe, particularly for child. II HEADQUARTERS FOR !

attending the annual conference of )Ir. Arthur )Masters Mr. JohoIatht'wl ren. Foley's Honey and Tar contains H

; the Methodist church and Hou. H. ) and l'r. Powers, and MhsEKoselzlar. no opiates, is, ,safe anti sure aud will (

'W. Long, of Marlel, is also in attcndaiicH Miss Gertrude Farads, not constipate. Poatoffice Drug 1 i LRiOviovenflLDk ii
as a lay delegate. Mi.xs Sara Wnitfleld and Miss Josie i Store. m i iI

111! Ocala, F.*., will arrive this evening grinding at Hharp's Ferry Thur y RA5B3T] MAD LA\Vn FENCE : t
k Ga., Nov. 26,190J.
to be the guest of Miss Elizabeth i afternoon. The: party was: chaperoned To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. !I !
r, Smith. Miss(j Harris is local editor of by Mr. and Mrs 8. T. Sistrunkand I Absolute r-c ..._ .... -. T-7y'
write to express to you my appreciation X oSiciencv; 2t 1 let a:" nuns.;. S'II'ICI'' .. "
her fathers returned home about 10 o'clockLiverspotyhave f i ./ \ \ 7 ; I
paper, the Daily of jour kindness in mailing 1 A practical fer.c tiar: niii: =-:. s = =n" -j, _Wv J ,
Banner and is one of the brightest to me the Ocala Banner aud of the I '2:1:!*" ,' '* /\//i--5 f I
: spoiled many pretty i"'l&VC1Y': tur; ci'te.: .t I
x .. ,-W; .wAJiUL J s
in Florida.
young newspaper women complexions, and so editorial comments contained therein, : ..> \
nothing completely

Thomasville Dec. i x Xx horses, hogs ?nd? aslscI / \ /\I \ ,1\\ i\ I"A *, / t
Enterprise o.J removes them as Ramon's showing that you are more interested x f*ff tf '/\/'t. / t't

cure a CtHin an* day Tonic Regulator. Jut a mite of thi in the general welfare of humanity I I I [>':.KS. A L,n-e: :!3f,CH \.; .,. ':; WwWy\: t;Y' .>V than the "age of Ann." I t oat t= ctrn'.rr '<.''>''i vM 4 j>-"Ajjtvy'vfjv
... Tkl' Laxative Bromo QuinineTab- pleasant vegetable powder on retiring Thanking Xx '
ran: v.J"l J1lt\i jfVm7\
.. 1. 'lets All I druggists refund the money paints the bloom of health on the you for the interest you have taken in XI XX11( pr: actcally everi, :'. Tn: I' f HH x
I If It cheeks. Large tin box 25c. PostoffioeDrugstore. my behalf: and for your liberality in I I .a5ting, \ J" rt "I "I' ,. \ 1
I\ falls to cure. E.: W. Grovts's: proven .lt J 1! ,\ ,/1_ '\ ', .i. t
, Unature m publishing my letters, etc., assuringyou I I 7 .r I
is t'acb.1012> [, 2ffi '
on : 0 tborO\lghiy 'i : ttit.i !
., ; .. that my statements are true, ; *i.:< \f..,"K r;; ili j. }.L '.
,I which will be known in the x c i en tun d e r ...... :!' .... "''200'"' L'J'f: \ \I"\.'! \
{ great dayof ''''--'"'"'---''

: t I ........................... reckoning. Wishing you success, tlil I, I every possiblecondition. ELl.ftOQ flfUI FErtCE ISl'AIIDARO STYLE MACE 1/1/ Sl4 nEIGnTS 1 1 1 II

h and a continuance of your interesting I EVERY ROD OF EILWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED

t paper, the Ocala Banner, and not H

:' wishing to furiher sponge on your i il i If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the i I i

, 9 generosity I enclose check for ELLWOOD PENCE
express and let us show for how
you I
money you 11 i
subscription to samt x X can get absolute satisfaction.
Very respectfully, i
: : MRS.V.. J. BRAKE. I !I I

Candidate for Ro-Electioa. !a! We !
are Ocala Agents for
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I What more beautiful, more aj pro- Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 7, 1903. xK
print, or less expensive XMAS GIFT I To the Editor of the Ocala Banner, '
than a first class Photograph of yourself I take this method of eoliciting
I or family, framed or unframed. "FAVORITEH STOVES & RANGES
For new styles and prices call on your influence and support for the
office of state treasurer in the next "

I The Gottleib Studio democratic primary election. Any II

: Floor above Teapot Groceoy. assistance you may be pleased to 1I I I :

I *aT "Bablen quick as a wink." render me will be appreciated.If XII(
the democrats of Florida will

honor me with an election my very Il II
I The Marion j
beat efforts will be devoted to a faith Hardware Company

SS ful discharge of the responsible duties Xx x

imposed by law on the state treasurer. IIii Uii
lours very truly, I OCALA; FLORIDA. .

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btuld- PIJE. .
\ DOt d-veloped.owe zrt city 'i .,. V V.. .fl
Pains in the
*r*. Wet. th4T-ever fc zr+ aa r oppor I

trinity for the nvjJtrn Ponala! whom j j tr,2>t? C-Qn ; 4eaee Ooa.: & S.:1Sff. i i Are "rnpVjcs z{ a. weak, & 1t j '

r infantile! Crnt! for life WM not even i idepod j A-Urz party of YO'Juf p p1.gith- t. sufii:; eOI: :i.Jn of .e lose: Royal Reserve :I

J H.PITTMAK ? ii opoa the MJMtniB of 4I Bred it he Martin phee la-t Tuecjoyel & I II l t'ter, aa 11 r? :& wjrurg ;t iL ex: i iv

the tau of the wolf The jnQj I j uu.-doo. tJ L Lit, !O) !:c i
night and aa oW fs--bilJn+J: I
tags, that I Lave ctntk* "4, i+i\kb i i! i Leiltfcy: ion of these ,; ".:" .t-. 1''I.. -- -- .'.:'-- ".--.

are nature* gifts to O-Al are b,:,re, f candy etew, e.: ebrtiaz the Id i i I They ire commonly iii d: d j jI !

art I but Vied the tnrb of our grrit err.nin; of tte-yntp t+boilicr. A de !1 1I I I of energy, uti: cf eocrare, tic. i ii

opp<,rtuLiUn to t* 'Gni: testeentri : lizht!!J time wa cnsnimoasly ..x- ,, Ixies by gloomy T:rebod.=; a: ; i

u.ttr-/Jj of the #atr If Wi cat | r ,' jpoedeacT.i .

give oar "-Dd-avor i/> the: baildio of ': i i -lui !'I:=J in err .ctaxild : :
I Mr. Willie H. of north :
CraTfy. rn
tbis ttarr-ordiii4 city; if oar i irLerebanta i! ;; asd. Then I ft* lit) in U* II'rl: :
Tex; arrived hut Tbur 4sy evro- .ere tea: tb* c.izi.1 MJK: I *-?
will kiofc at K aoe thing! !ic ,
'c; and is the gtaest of hid ewi&ia. (V. fc? HvjAs sarsaparlla tad R w
titi ldl:: of aid Uyoad ttir own '! !.t tp and get up tv jj;? reswl aad
L. Mirun. He will I-b--it.y tuiZcthu do oy wori.: I atr.r.-t* roy core:
orwnten, they will K* that lu -Iping ;
} part of FioruU his future bom-. tDH xls s r-.f.ar.a. Ma J. X
to make Oeali th- ?ret -t eity in tbe1; car H. s. C.-x<4'J, *".** K/Ai AJ.a.Hood's One Quart M.OO
Mr. Cravey u a yo>iug mil of tiacbari -
iiiU-rtor they will t-r helping them- { lot IJ4lh eft-d.
u-r and abilities. B--iidn bring : :;
& SON erlIkt the eoojEoer:isil men of:
& eucceasfol farmer, he ii gr.d- and PiLLs
a. I 1
O kh loot out from their shells and Two <{uart-, *::..00or
the uiie under the et-Iecr.ttd j roft-s"r of Core kid!:* a'l :.'.T troubles. \ ]> *lh a'rwl.
toy ways abda cs to bring
: ma ie, Mr. A. J. hatter, of Dalton, r i I 'ati.2li,2dlr: .i L:' tLfe
el!mot of grtt city making here;
Ga. The eicgin? eoeieue and eoa- f.i.ncy'V I Four (Quarto

\vLtiocover the county are kindly : lifE AT BEILEVIEW.I lJelh ert-d.

,I rHiuesU to invite Mr. Osvty to
their OiettJEga. Ttrelleljttart't$10.00

'Breal News Mother'That ML S Lute Bw-ett and Eoeni I I i I L&'t week brought thirteen y U..lht'rHI. 1 1i i
tfye to j for the CfttaZH-r and Mrs. ,
{ Jobn", of Citra, were suiting at j i i I I i

1 tbe Horse shoe Sunday. This com- j I Doolittle are at thir winter: .

cauuty u Mss B. -U'e ciildhool i I II t i "Idlewill,1' and have with them
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borne and tcr many friend hue are I j Jennie Crook, Mrs. L. R. H l

she run no mk when: she buyg Furniture at our store, ah 1 dcliirhted to s.-* her voted one of and Mrs. Ellen Bush; are at

t M&riooV prettiest and mo=t highly I -teal's cottage, "Lake \ I II I
we positively will not misrepresent; anything. Because there are I I I '
at>%mplishea voting la.diu. I i. Mr. and 3Irs. Lewis Tyrell and I II

no long strings of extravagant claims in our advertisement is Mr. James Tout a phosphate !I I,! and Mrs. Henry Terrell are i I j I 1I I

operator at Citri, was amoc: thE [: Bryan boo e, while Mr. and i 1
no reason why we have not got the Largest and Prettiest line of I:
'vujtor bre nonday. j,f|, }IiI- D, POD and ceice, Mix i & CO Ocala Fla.

goods( ever shown in Ocaa! For Beauty, Design, Finish and Low I It i* possible, and very probable, '' are st "The Pines which 'I r. : ,

that Ibb action of Marion county, J JCI'mmmJly anti recently purebard from : t
Prices wej: cairn that we have our competitors "on the run.*" In f known aa thE Flat Wool s, j Beaite.i MMAJ
order to proyp our assertion all we ask is that when you are looking I, .-ill. iii th. Dour future, be known U i i Mra. M. W. Pilot is very il. a : _f+

the great syrup producing ae: oo. jLtift j home of her eon, Mr. F. mk ; -

for FURNITURE you make us a call and look at the nobbj fall a ptmmpb frm the pi>aP" The W*n of tli'V.. J. A. are 1
I ,. From tits end of .
: e-ijy re- ifl>- liar r i.a u
in, ib- Ttt.rt.-i culled tt-nnon uu- > f-.r t salt of
y l'rt--sdlJ:
fit j though Barr of Duv.
lot we are uhriwing.Ve can you out with a covrry. i u going tu cungre -
,. .Tampa Tnbune.
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-- -- ---- Mis. Wever \Dl'A Carte>fl was ioo .
I Yea, bat be will not if
.. go birwn
-- iu oed to Tampa M'>oday. iBrjaa i
-- I i in holding the priairj tltioo iu

OCfUfl 0 RIVER TOWN. ID England. j. April before a eau a!5 of the state eau

dr. Brvan. is having tb- time of his be made, and in char mau ner sltfle Lx

Quartered Oak Bed Room 1'f-' in E1 laod. He i js evidently very object for wine i th- primary
The Ocklawaha Blind Necessity to
ciikin? the most careful and pains j} system was ill1l1;uate4. Tilt lixteevelc -

Octla's Cmmerce-We Should I :a.w.;! -tuil> of both men and coudinous i eoop d' t&t in Panama has put
Not be a Railroad Target. and incidnitly Ukiocr in all the I the people "ana"political coup'euu

pieant things that eo-ue in bis of every tind. Burs had b-tt-r. not
TO U*fiditor Only OB people.
jI j Mr. Cfaoale, oor amba jdor, is giving ;
nh3g of a Pity of Oeab si it
him !ill' tut- aid ti>- -n wish in for: ,. The EDgIlih ".5.itiety for Preven- ,

ought to tth middl t.ig city of u x}' of 'rx sal opt-oTuuity to meet all lion of C e amption" presided over

the l'rninMJla-h axrtropolH of the I liltIU<.-tIt.-IfaOlr pp.e of England by the Pnaee of Wales w$* reutly

I who her roverafueut, and '. sdaeed the Air
Jntttfor-J cot HO giguue a& uuder- 'I reprwo by Wiibaui Broid

a'i her vast and eontp h*x iamreiai .ii beet weoioat stated it wn ,d tiuudyk&JV3
make it too ttrious
Ukl>Lat a
} '! ROUND realiziiioe. TA
probkin for Geojrrpbital > CENTER LEsQUARE
kii<'''' bat he evidently making ; uoa & aewithagericomruuutcated

jrfmitien fcr MM'h u fily i* br. : bee mar t arl1..olf th- tuo8i Loied ofDgibaie.i .. from rums other CM*. There may be
Ct lit utfl in a county forty mil* I I fur he ha- oud-a pr>- local *** 1MM which teb.1 to COD- ;

tgmire with mm. lak<*, pbo*|'hte, I !! foutid s'udy of government' for many i'.ilUptl.t';' the germ as at>soit 1 iIutely

year* and them are f.w public men t>? p-iLi dad is tout weak
turJknto. faller. earth, building $ to pot
I.OO $5.00 : "f tbpen..rati.iti who nave givrii as tcfure ro ..n4i eII.ll t.'Dlt'; 1bii
.* wood '
bont i l gttbui"itb a
n.ijb t 'horiogu! inv.-.iun: of the ..ue ti :t va_ .n ir flt4J.o of people

greater vmritty fit products land i I !' qUUtJODto thtt aSls't fire Wt-lfare of .ho toastw a; or "vreik

for fruit, early T -jf tai'ln+, corn, oath, i the f'itiz"nt! > Mr. Krv. n. Ibis can : iure" T .i s4 :!ttrdsinrd

rye ltifJ of every kta1 C31!&Ta, i .f .
-- --- --- --- cieunr ; *i :;.rase. All
cottoo. cattle, bfJ", '. -- = ; .
iU *r e tifc t-hfTl1 {! 101 s jjte :: : : .;i rN.\uie: defi-
ouliry, "Id I g me sod Ash, than a101 I ill Ocaia and oon from tbfef *.- tawrr, .' .
FINE DINING ROOM SET soar L-j :- .i 5 ?e a-r* i? to be

hlhtr County tu Fiotn, ill Ocala.Railroad4 : our city: itut-s ne wr I Ire w"-ag: a.e: (.. "'c-.4-- -L :'::.- sra.tLts and

eoae and gll iu all direc- i of prosperity will be riding the trade t..llid i;> aitrtt way. Tie smelter
Six Chairs Table and Sideboard
liollA uavii-aUf- and navigated ,
t.taii. .. is f BoilQ
I winds to all part of the commercial c. P.rfCf'iGotaee
Liver at .ix whir diaa'ice bib con-
i Iurtb. i MaiKal Dseovery. It whMd
neett with and flown into the .St. I i For Only $88SMYRNA Pti' the and mcrrarca the

J'ha. river, giviujr M-CCM to tbe bt"- Gaming down DO*, Mr. Editor, to : uiaod i&i4iv Wit dl-lxr LLfOVB;

JilJ Hltatutri and vtrU at JackKjiixiDt. shorter talk and plainer language, let I oIZ sad t&e we*.k onns; are b v>Jl- tj tji

: another n'tvgable} and me ray that the river route to Jacksonville ned uuo ?effect beiltn. wcien de ..

navigated river w"t of the town frtearo-bipH by way of Silver I1rS ,im ei every sind. People

rue twenty Dtl
t gulf to Port lo !h-i, bard runln lx,iiug great M. John river, will solve the I ?: st the i&uIA with occtmaie, lin-

l t tee :' rjup"i''> throughout the problems! that make the history thartiltoadeomrniiiou genii coerns are being ruled every j
. sty by the use of '"(:olden )1ntit&1 1
and' indu-triou- andprngreaivt
couit au
>, TO '
atysteriouand! RUGS $150 $5.00 Diacovery It is & neuj tempera '
population of over tueniacktr -
tbemd ofit! o->el.i career bagtive.Tnirt ; ace m' ieine coauiuuu nosbiskT alcohol: .
ty thou aud are al..o frt'dtrd % route developed will reveal the ; or other intoxiciut.. 1

supporters and JD'IJofth tthis double back-action fake of railroad i -
The People Hat .
; Coesid.red.Tho ..:
blrsed town.Kverjlhinj. companies charging long and
: ? that!: lUan new to make hive i freights on chort line of oppreg-1 a potiticiaa: : who are so per
tran-- | FINE PICTURE FRAMESFROM aaentiy; arzuing. pro and eon as to
able r or ation U, OcaU. Ends, reKanllfof : Use advisability of botding an early or 1

1 JC the means thereto, i is the scheme { I :a late primary evidently uciiw&" the -g

mankiud and the balance of tbe the railroad companies. Their 75 CENTS TO $4.50work '! fit that the "urar people"! ought to ;'j.'
way I have& word ortW'o to say in the die "* I
world be made, and
can produced however, are not past finding out, like i I el.PtIl5oiooh Jooraal.

;i perfected io Marion county, wbfJ,' those. of. providence. Results are II ---
: county M-at i1* O-.-ala. The Atlantic their ot.ect.| Tbe building up of !

ocean U only forty milt away to the f seaport towns and cities in Floridaare to the aapenor quality of syrup manufectured and an old fashioned upper for i .

t i east; and the Gulf of Mexico tbe name railroad results. Thawe by a farmer here, which I II next week. Children :
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dustin of York
distance to the w -ni. Magnificent ,
easily discover in destructive I brought the gentleman more orders
-1 forests! lordly hills and smiling val. discrimination to interior Beach, Me., who spent the winter =i
towLs. than be could !supply. This served to .
leys proclaim Marion couuty to be a The here tome eight years ago, were here
. 1 means whereof, that ia one of j I I When
the valuable You Write .
give manufacturer
1 land of milk and honey. The factors them I is by the railroad keeping a Saturday:: renewing old acquaintances.Mrs. ;

of civilization in all social relationsare binall the small Interior pointer, and this fa.-on most of his 31. J. McPhaul tbe S. A. L.
town Your
among m in bounteous deal. The no matter about its natural advantages entire crop of sugar cane was saved I agent, had tbe misfortune:: to severely Letter j

basis and vubntanee for the most civilized for burn her left band last week. .
commercial acquisition, for seed, and next year he will put a To Santa Claus
and pui"s.4:1t municipality id at, ) and making smaller the interior towns I large of fine Mrs. J. A. Lucius, after a short ill- .t;
around and all over the town of which has gained meritorious quantity very syrup on neas, is again able to resume her t

OcalaVe find botb winter and in fcpite of the railroad. Thus prestige it< the market. TbU is no experiment, duties as postmistress. Just put in a line at the bottom, tellin? him that at Pittman's (t. i'

'I i summer hut the very apotheosis of is with Ocala. She has grown in but an assured nuccens. The flat Capt William Le Fits, the S. A. L. store he can get some of the prettiest Bisque Figures you ever '

climate and a haven to those who spite of tbe discriminating railroad woods is especially adapted to the wood contractor, with Mr. C. Roux, saw, such as Little Babies, COCMTOO Birds, cats Dogs Floradora s"

tossed iu health. The production of sugar cane and the I *ed through on their motor car Girls Foxy Grandpa Happy ,
are storm freight rate- .She will do better it pa< ; Hooligan etc., at prices 10 to 25 percent ,;
-i breezes from the Atlantic and the we utilize the gift of nature to us in writer fully believes that the present last Tnursday, stopping at the Srmi- below those others are asking. Tell him we stand bv this .
interest!: will won lead to Urge farms hole for dinner. JO assertion about the with
H. ( prices
: Gulf in alternate life-bounding visits our rivers that flow by our streeU. ) a GUARANTEE that it's true. j
of this
make us cool and comfortable in the The Ocklawaba river money making crop.
as a commercial -

f good old summer time, and in the highway, tem to me to be a known Mr. Toro"Uncle Himmons", commonly BLITCH TON NEWS .. _n _ ._ ___ __ 1;
+ winter they meet the northern blasts aa Tom wad here a
blind necessity to Ocala. Jake BrownM
and neutralize their chill. Surely few days ago. He has bold his place be safely said whether we agree with j
speech at
a recent
meeting of the and big stock of cattle near here and Mr. E. Wever, of Montbrook, and all his conclusions or not. fD
when the tara their welcome
> sung Board of Trade on the .
; to the earth in the morning, some Ocala of a transportation advantages to will leave in a few days! for Mouth Mrs. L. A. Carter, of this place, were It is worse than idle to underestimate -

{ of the benediction must have system on Florida, where he has purchased au happily married at the home of the Mr. Bryan'! influence or ability,
j lovingly the Ocklawaha river
I was a fine effortin I bride last Monday. Rev. J. N. Overbullz and it is sife
fallen on this fair laud of ours. commercial orange grove. We regret to lose himas to predict that he will
Aud and Ocala, central oratory, and would: he u one of )Iari o's staunchest! performed the ceremony. Their return from his European tour with J.A.
yet, yet have produced a revolution in transportation
t pot of this garden of forty miles circles in citizens and old pioneers of the coun .r any friends in tbU: section are a added reputation aa an orator, a 3 i

square like Rome, looking down from than Ocala. He plainly any ,place other ty. He goes, a* he has always teen unit in wishing them a long, happy statesman, and a man of aSairs.No jl
intelligently fit to live alone, having never claimeda and prosperous life. man will meet him abroad but
her even hills in beauty upon the and [
eloquently showed
what muit Dr. S. H. Blitch bas been in Ocala .
: world with the turn of a half century be clear to companion from tbe fair set to will at once convinced of his honesty i,
who ,
every studies share the comforts of his ideal coun \'eraldays this week on business.Mr. of purpose and wonderful powerof
from the days when O-"Ct'Ola. made
Ocala. I am glad that tht-ne i
her bU capital, 111111114 her for J>08- and progressive try home; but we desire to hasten our Matt Armstrong and nephew, expression, and I predict that no i
and Bow pro-ptrous merchants, the token of highest: esteem to those with II. A. Blitch spent Saturday with American orator since Ik ber's
Billy Legs rested
terity Brown Brothers are PITTMAN
here on bis journey of captivity counters, at looking: Leyoudtheirown I. whom he is now to live among, aud friends at Crystal River.It famous campaign of 1S53 will 50

Ocala. with her latent l leonine power I and things! that things that are, should the claims of tome good lady is to be hoped everybody will arouse the enthusiasm of the English
ought to be
for great commerce and all the fine Ocala. The Ocklawaba in there bo outshine those of our beauties turn out Sunday to hearRev.J.31. people a? Mr. Bryan.-Observer in St. j .
route i is ,
a, arts that gild/; the world and make life blind necessity to Ocal 'iI a. here we will be generous enoughto Morri-j. Augustine Record. ..
commerce.Let Mr. W. P. Hammond -
the accompanied i
award golden medal. I
worth living mill lingers in the monotony us! bold up the hands of the new
Mines Gertrude Hammond and
of PETER TALES.'OLE" by Still on Velvet.
It H a strange thing; to me that in make transportation us a river company city, and something that will Leggie Blitch visited Ocala during Colombia's army is Slit to be still &
the week. oa Well if "Dr." Wood SON. .
the twenty tl't'ars past the great more than a railroad paper. a
business enterprises! of Ocala have Jsv.target. a ONEYA.mTARCures Mr. Guy Blitch, of Maeon, Ga i is sample, ours b still on velvet.-la.ck.1 .
4 G. REAEDOX. '. : Pre.a" Pneumonia on the sick list. He has the beet sonville TimesUuiou.r i


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



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Mr. and Mrs. George/; McKeau went THE CITY ELECTION. j jit CENTRAL
t<, Tampa Monday to spend several I The Longer I Live, '

TREOLO RElJM1.' L: day I -- t
Mrs. Wu the Tamest Held in Ocala in I New Financial Institution for Ocala The More I Get"The
George Ditiuar! anti her twochildren ;

of Holder, are iu the city I Many Years. We Take Pleasure in Introducing

for a few da vs. The election f" city othVUls was it to Our Citizens. above quotation was written by Mr. Ebe Walter: of

held Tuesday and was very 41IJiet|
Mr.V.. B. Taylor, the<< popular( hardware except for the contest between the This third banking institution for Clarksville, Del., concerning a dividend received on a fifteen- t\\

.. merchant of JUineiville, was in several gentlemen who wanted to Ocala opened its doom Monday
I i distribution in The :Mutual Life Insurance
the policy
city year
ie day. I I represent, the first war. iu the council morning on the north side of the

A kiin-/: or blatHer trouble tan i i I during the coming year. 1, public square. Company of New York. In writing for terms on a policy of

L always le cured by using Foley1 I II I The result ua announced by the The building in which its business' this kind, state what you would like to receive in cash at I
( tellers h follows ,
1,11 Kidney Cure in time. l'o tomCt:
''i Drug iore.; mMr. I I FIRST WARD-For mayor, \\.. J. will be conducted is of tine brick and the end of limited payment period and amount you would

I I Edwards(' 55, Ib rt. n. ck, :22! ; for i other material! of the best quality '
I t W. P. WilliAiuaou: a piomi- I like beneficiary to receive in event of your death.
| aldeniiMii, C. M. Brown, jr., 11, A. (i. while its architectural appearance your
newt citizen of Luke Kerr and formerly -
(hlt.16, J. D. Itobertion, 25; inside and out it
I proclaim "everyinch
member of the board: of countyl'ollimiwudl" I II
I for alderman at large, H. A. bank." T5he
a In this edifice
j -, was in O.:ala Tues '
; i I Ford, 71. Gates getting a majority a handsome addition has been MUTUAL LIFE

day. __ __ __ mid nine\ to spire,: over both his
made to the lown building of Ocala
Dr. Carswtll, ot Citra, who forborne ;'
opponents. Total vote cast, 81. in which every citizen thereof feels: asincere INSURANCE COMPANY OF
" days has been sick at the SECOND WAKD-Foruayor! FA-
.._ pride.
''. Ah3OItit3 r. Marion County hospital "H s-u much i, warm, oti, ilea! 17; for alderman, J. Mr. George: Mai-Kay, th. taUntt-d Oldest NEW YORK Largest '
e'ry' improved that he was out ou the lUrco
Mover Miller, 1; aldtr- architect whose
THERE IS ftrci :: recognized 'al' dy in in the
! streets!: Tot ,day. : man at hrge. Ford, 6S. Total vote
------ -- as a builder of houses in Ul'aLi'a", America RICHARD A. McCURDY President WorldCEnt
k Thu case of Caesar Burnett, charged east: 7(5. j .the contractor. Beyond the fact that
WI ,
11.(0lallll Hd
Sili EL12A32T3 EASSIS.!!! Local E ltor I with the killing of Margaret Clayj j THIRD WARD-For mayor, Edj j II his work i i3'"ltti"f'illllry to the owners, er. JaiW.uville

1 ton oci-upied the circuit court Tues- j i wards, 24, IVek, lSj; alderman:: D. E. I IMdwr lie has aNo 1 gained< further in public ----- -- --- --- -- -

oli)'. It. U. Bullock for Uuruttt ana ;I 3.jj; alderman at large, Ford, j estimation as an architect.Mr. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLERS

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.G. N. M. Allred for the state. !\ 31. Total vote 37. I Herbert Alfrel I Ford is the ,

htrajed-Ou {Sunday, November li'J, 1 FOURTH WAKD-For mayor Edwards president. He i is fifty one years A. STANDLEY & CO.
33, fleck, 14; for alderman, II. with large business .
L. Monroe of Titusville, was in young experience.He '
from my pace: in Ocala, as&iallJei- I C. Jones, 42:: ; alderman large, Ford, is a native of GlamorganshireWales !
town Sit'uday. cow dark brown back, black sides, 3S. Totalote 51.
tley ; ,
but a naturalized citizen of
returned Saturday bob tail heavy milker; had on leather ToalElwarJ" i Livery Feed and Sale Stables
Mr. H. A. Duets ; 16$; Beck 66; the United} States. He has held many ,
from Cincinnati. halter. Liberal 1 reward will Le Ford 211The .
important positions iu budnessentes I
-- paid for her return 10 IM.. Honey, extremely mall' vote in all the I
in Canada and the
prise' United
Mr. J. H Livingsfxt' has completedseveral
sales in South Florida.Mr. Ocala, Fla. 1-.-1 wards shows that there was not much Htates. In IhS he came to Ocala and We carrythe most complete i

The police force of Ocala are now interest taken by the candidate or invested in orange growing business line of Harness Saddles etc .y ;
Walter Ry left Tuesday f rFayettevlllt their friends. ,
providfd with flash light lanterns. !: which was then supposed to ,

N. C., his old home. Thy can rltsh alight, into the dark I Revolution Imminent. make a man rich as soon as the orange in central Florida, and. will give e, t : 4y I

Mr. J. W. Waid, a prominent citizen I alleys and will no doubt add a great I A sure sign of approaching revolt trees were planted. Freezes put our patrons the very lowest i

of Floral City, was in town Satur deal to the safety and !;security the and serious trouble your system is him, as well as many others, out of

1. day city. nervousness, sleeplessness, or stoma,-h business. He then had considerable!! prices. We are thoroughly

i t r S Mr. W. A. Crosby, of Starke, and Hon. Thomas Palmer, state senator upsets. Electric Bitters: will quickly railroad experience for some years as! equipped for fitting out turpen- 44
asMstant to the geuf-ralmanigt'r of
dismember the troublesome cau '''s.
J. ti. :Martin, of Electra, are registeredat from Hillsborough county and one of I '
It never fails to tone the stomach, the Silver Spring, Ocala and Gulf tine and lumber teams, gear, {
I the Meutezuma.1VANTEDTo the most prominent attorneys, politicians .
of South Flori- regulate the kidneys and. bowels Railroad Company.! Then he was an I V '' :'t' Se. e

1 buy velvet beans, and statesmen | stimulate the liver and clarify the Important man in our cigar! indus wagons etc. r '> hr y.rrr
the Ocala House
11 peanuts and country oats. Ocala was 1 blood. Hun dow -.: stems benefit tries. Having very bitterly learned

Seed Store. 12 4 tf Tuesdaj.Mrs. j particularly and m. he u-uil: attendI how to lo.e money planting orange We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers i
I W. A. Collier, of Tuscaloosa, trees be turned his
: tug aches vanish under its searching attention to aouie-
farmer Mr. A.of the F. Anthony Raskin, section the champion, was in I Ala., who has been' in the city for the .I I and thorough atr..ctivt'nt'-'. Electric I 1 II I thing( that is always! "below th. frost I Buggies, and "White Hickory"' Turpentine and Farm:"Wagons.

I I! past weeks, during leer father'ssevere ."( inc." This was eighty rent.Honda Sort Side Ocnla. Fla
Ocala a Saturday.: Citters is only > V. and that U i returned : p-r i Court Iloa'('.
\. p'r __. illness has returned to her'home i'
: In this business I
I. : if it don't give peifrct !satisfaction.: : pho.phate !

A party of ladies and gentlemen I her father now being on the ,. Guaranteed; by Ant i- I 01lOlotI)' Drug le has strivrd and thrived here in I !v- .- -

t, enjoyed ;t pleasant tourney at tLe road to recovery.Mr. !Sttreand'Py'duy.nud ('<>. iu Val, for tt'n'arol pi! t. He sold out I If! M.) J:" ... ..'"L'=>"' "",,.J. ..,"''''''. ;,. ""' ''' _

[ boiling alley last night. I). Peacock------,-who--left Ocala | --- -- --- his ;year to great advantage and

Don't be imposed upon by takiiu some time ago for Hot Springs!: Ark., : Cattle Business Bad in Kansas profit, the Uuttou Phosphate Co, I

substitute! ollered for Foley's Honey had to lie carried from tuat place: to Mr. William E \Vei 4oa, the List of Gainesville! FU., being the pur- Physicians ecomnjend) It

and Tar. Poitoftice Drug More m I Auburn, ::.:. Y., ou a cot, and a letter posted man in Kansas on thf cattle cha ers.11.. Ford i is now the banker.

-- from \1 n;. Peacock to this paper htatt'SI I industry! sys it is: at a standstill} The Central National Bank of Ocala I
consummated For Use for Its
Mr. Horn hat just a has -= Emily:)
a of ) nUll to
capital ready
that he 1m rallied: and with good I a few more months of the market as foO.OOO
trade for a larg*aureate; of turpentine 10 the .1 IIIi
nursing the doctors! say be, stands it is will kill it. big that certainlyawnits m i Pure.
lauds owned by Tenm-s parties.Mr. (
''The i usiue fs it. Mr. Ford's large, properon.anti i iE
--- a chance of recoveriusr.Mr. I s : stagnant, says:
J. Q. Wills, of Starke, a former I, Mr. Weldon, u and there stems: to belittle long experience in business'

employe of this office it i: again in this William :Step:; merchant of.i probibility of improvement.The in Ocala: is a guarantee that this new
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a'a"i itttl.J\ burglars last i I
Oxford financial institution head it
has to
City and ha j a position with the Star. I cattlemen are almost broke, and a
Saturday night. His burglar-pnof I|! which will guide it to great and last-
| unless conditions change within a
.., Foley's Honey and Tar positively !safe was: dynamited! and burglarized j i I : : log success. Certainly; the Bannerban ? .
I the bu ine-s will be ruined in
,, ; all throat and diseases. year, > ijj
cures lung His looses, besides 1101111'aluilII' : :! .
i I the best wights for it to that *nd.Mr. k Tel\eFuHJ'jarts16.00!
of the
Poitoffice our pan country.
Dru;: Store. ntMaj. papers, amounted to four hundred George H. Ford, the vice president Delivered.
I "What is: the cause of the present
It (t. Wright aud wife, of dollars in currency. I condition?" he was asked. of the Central National Hank, is

Oxford, are visiting Ocala and are Our county solouv-the county commissioners j I "1 do not know," rellit'tIIr.: Wei- I the son of the president and a chip 1 Four Full Quart, 16.00\
pleasantly located at the Montezuma.Mr. the school '' of! the old old block for industry and
and hOl.rd'I don, -_11I1 I have not found anybody ;dF Prlivered.
W. :E. Allen and Mr. J. F. riuihed their I labors Tuesday.I ; ,' 'I'I who i* certain of the cause. Some lose attention to business. He has: -'
; : been raised from small!! to man's i o
i Barrou, represented} Mclutosh iu roads and bad road largely occupied | say it is due to the }packing combine, boy I Oue Full Quart il W
I It of the former and mostly : estate in Ooula-:a steady going youth
t Ocala Tuesday and dined at the the attention Hud others Hay natural conditions. Not Delivered.
Montezuma. routine work the latter. Both I Nobody wants more cattle. The raiders following up his father's business to ji

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u' res >ousitle manhood. lie is ambitious
hoards had a fullattl'ud>\nc". I would like to be rid of those they (
Mr. Trey I
p H. C. Northern and fur substantial and merited success rl

t mere, of lielleview, were" iu OcalaTuesday Mr. Rufus smith, of Oxford, the I have, even if they were compelled to : in business and the future is; MONEY MUST ACCOIPAXY-

f and took dinner. at the first white male child born in Ocala, I sacrifice a little money. The prospectis bright for him. ORDER.i .
occurred in very gloomy and I do not know I
Montezuma.The event
which interesting '
1 he cashier of the Central National SiROsS d 0
what the end will be."
[ 1'ostotlk-e Drugstore, and John the year 1S4\\asiu, the city yesterday Bank, Mr. Frank L. Watson, is a

and paid this otlice a pleasant of Florida born in Jackson-
1l DiEkY'tI Old Reliable Eye Wat.r He Found a Cure. native -
land at the head of their class. visit. He anti the editor of this ville. Four years ago he came to :
eomrades-in-arnis during R. H. Foster, :318 8) 2nd street, Salt I
None paper were Ocala and up to last summer was the
better. m I
writes "I have been bothered
: City, : -
civil struggle. "
the late trusted and valued cashier of the '
Messrs. J. L. Davis, John Gamble --- with dyspepsia' or indigestion for

and P. A. Ausley, of Dunnellon, Capt. John L. Iuglis and Mr. Ralph 21 ;years, have tried many doctors Commercial; Bank, in which he had I Strauss & Co. Ocala Fla.
members of the an interest. He then resigned to
were in Ocala Tuesday and registered Barker, prominent without relief, but I have found a ,
become interested in this nets bank :
Phosphate Company, w reregistel'ed
at the MouUzuma. Dunnellou cnrt in Herbine. I recommend it to

> at the Ocala House Tues all friends, who are afflicted tbl.tway as a stockholder and its cashier He ,tit ,__..J. ._
Mr.J. H.: Uaflerty, general freight The is doing a prosperous my has: the most of his life before him, :
day. company anti it is curing them, too. oOe.
:, and of the U. S. and I
passenger agent business and Capt. Inglis informed with an honorable ambition to become
Drug Store and
a F. railroad, was a guest of the Ocala us that he will boon leave for Tydiugs at and Co. m one of Florida's: great business j jTIIE

House Tuesday. Mobile for another boat which the men. He has experience in his calling CLUB
.C. E. H. McN'eal, a prominent turpen- Port Inglis Terminal Company has \'. Alpheus W. Wilson, the senior close judgment in his business f

, tine operator from Winter Garden, recently purchased.Mr. bishop of the Methodist Episcopal methods, anti staunch integrity. 1 fit

r f wunumbered among the Ocala House T. C. Hall left. Tuesday for church, South, preached! two able With the new bank, the Central -.
t Methodist church in National competent oflicers, its ,
guests Tuesday. at the
r to enter the sermons
Savannah, where he goes Cuisine First Class. Dates{ Reasogable j .
r f. this city Sunday. At night/ the tine credit and splendid prospects for .
The little "dickey bird" is active hospital to be treated.
4 Presbyterian and Christian business, we congratulate Ocala. .
j and will recite some very pretty meshes will be pleased to know that his caseis Baptist, j.Refurgisljed
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early in January through the not serieus but he thought it wise churches with dismissed the Methodist.their sservices Duringhis Mr. D. H. Irvine, a prominent T roug out. Special Rates by Month, 1

: column of the Banner, to take a stitch dn time and nip the uniting and farmer .t
in the bud. It is hoped that stay in this city, the bishop was orange grower residing at I ..1MRS.
Mr. Joseph the popular proprietor Orange Lake, was among the visitorsto
restored to the guest of Mr. and llrs.M. M.
been born a hotel man and is giving I health. the annual conference which exceedingly conscientious and con THOS. J. AHNES. PROP I

1 the house a fine reputation. Favorite Family Remedy. convenes!: at Lake City. servative citizen and any statement .i

Frequently accidents occur iu the from him may be relied upon and he
Mm. Russell J. Owens, a popular -
i household, which causa burns cuts, Business on a Boom. assures us that after a very careful
joung matron of Peusacola, arrived
and bruises for use iu such examination of the oranges on his OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
la Ocala Tuesday on a visit to her sprains ; Mr. W. D. Sheppard, connected I
Snow Liniment has place he could detect not a particle of
lrento, Dr. and Mrs. W. U. Marean. cases Ballard's with the Irvine Crate and Basket Co., : i
1 : for m'tny years been the constant fav injury dune them by the late cold FLORIDA.

Mr. Henry E. ShoeMin a prominent orite family remedy. 25c.50c.and$1.00 : was in the city Saturday on business snap. f J,

young merchant of Ybor City, who at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and He says they are doing a big busi- To improve the appetite and i

\ lice beta spending several nays in Tydings and Co. m ness all over the state. Their mills strengthen the digestion try a few BOILERS ENGINESPipe l i

Ocala, returned. home- -yesterday.Col. -- Invitations have been received in have been running all through the doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and !i

: T. 1'. Lloyd, a prominent attorney this city to the wedding of Mr. Samuel dull shipping period preparing for the Liver Tablets. Mrs. J. H. Seitz, of I and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,

'" l of Citrus county, is among the Neely to Miss Edna Detroit, Mich., says "They restored Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt
Valdoro and
J knew
was coming,
rush they
_. vWting attorneys to the circuit court which event will occur at my appetite when impaired, relievedme ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

Cdt t and b pleasantly domiciled at theIontezuwa. Reeves, of Decem- with the large supply of materials of a bloated feeling and caused a .
three o'clock the afternoon MILL .\ X n MINING SUPPLIES.IRON .
they have on hand they are keeping pleasant and i atistactory movement
iu :Marion Arkansas.Mr. .
-- -- ber Ibth, pretty well up with orders. of the bowels" There are people in
Mr. Kyle NV&rtmann, of Citra, was resided in this city
Neely once who need such
The Is composed of a num- this community just a
in OcaU 1 and makes good company AND BRASS FOUNDERS
Tuesday a _
: and was known to his friends as ber of the county's ablest business medicine. For sale by all druggistsand '
of the operations of Mr. C. W.
report White in Atlaska. \Vartmaun is "Val". He is a brother to Mr. Jessie men and they are making the Irvine medicine dealers. Every box ALL KINDS CF MACHINE WORK

U IkICretary.c Neely and Mr.Lee Neely of this city.A' section hum with activtiy. warranted m ;



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Mr. W. C. Jetfonls is hviug his The damage suit of T.:J. Leitner : A Pointer. SORE?

residence on k-klawaha avenue repainted -] and daughter against the S. A. L. ;; Never before within the memory of )

and it alrettly presents railroad, compromi-ei Saturday: ,, the pro\'erbialnl.1est inhabitant have arliYc mph .

re quite an improved appearance.Master in the circuit court by the company j: eggs' been bo stance and high priced,

t:i paying the plaintiffs nearly two thousand j as this year, ii X-aU. Au authority

.y, Charlie Fox has returned dollars. I i. ou the Mltjtfclvt that mo t eggs fur Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded.
from a two week visit, to his grandfather i -southern market come from they I
IMkt. = iVtl I[' G. 0. Butler, at Fruitland, Ocalagoe-i right on growing. W. i Rheumatism
( ; WFt and 8t this !-easou: t'M.ttt'ru Muscular
Park. F. Durrance & Company is; the latent! |I
-- _- : j>ureh -ers, who are very likely sfc-
tOur for addition to the list of new busiuPsshoures. j!' Sore Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuralgia.
.. t.\.. The bet all round liniment, ; uUttirs have eornrei: the wt't t'ruJ.rltu.t
;,'"') ."r.t They have opened a grocery j which will Sweat Out the
-:! : both wan and beast, is R that usually finds a southern The only External mcdy
=k. at store od the corner of :Magnolia and and InfLunm.1 tion.
Nerve & Bane Oil. Try it; : nutrktrt. Fever
Store. m North Fifth street 1 .. SOc. & $1.00 Bottle Ai .lir...* t J"'t r1N.
Ptht.hre Drug | Th-re H a lesson in this fOlr 'iiri Sold only la 25c .

money winning books H. B. PUnt ha> i i country fririi Is. Why do they antI I
written by men who know, tell Tb1 Mill of the Crawford Atkinson, the wonderful j FOR SALE BY ANTIMO'JL' t RuGSTORt. ,
f I take advantage of -:xMingcondini'iiand -
you all about been set aside and the estate equally
electrician at :S. A. tandley & Co'-., I I
Plaut give i more attention to the rear y --
heirMr -- -S
between the :* --
ofleftoae hundred doll trs for any case i
Potash getting her full share. I of rheumatism, neuralgia, oe"r\ou,. :11U2!I of poultry and the producn of. JUST RECEIVED: I
eg"s? Turkic. thicker, aud el!!g-
They are needed by every man Me Gibbous and Hiuies, prominent prostration or pain of auy kind that I I j! arl"ill fine and the
bringing prices,
who owns a field and a plow, and of his f
of Tampa: were before he cannot cure with the touch I
who desires to get the most out attorneys supply is uor equal to the Ilt'lIl1n! I.I I.I I. OUR FALL STOCK. A larce supply' of Big fttt*t. n
Bullock arguing h\nds. 11 20 4t
of them. Judge yesterday
I Thert net tif no !ear that the war in the
Th y a n/rtt, Send postal card.lEblllN >i lettuce of the most reliable M-nl farmer Tnit'1
CILI "OR S a chancery case. Death of Daniel l Messett.A I k-t will: be O\to'k..1, for it'is a turprismz States. CabbagtOnion!', Turnips. Cucumbers, EKK

Sew T.rtla.a..r. Mmi.AtU Mr. Samuel W. Teague, who went I fait tlat million of t-gs* are Plant, Beans. Celery. Beds and all Unite of Farm
telegram wa received in this 1
.U. ttt'S; a. Bnwd St. down to Lady Lake Wednesday to cityTuesday ; unl.orred'tuto the Uuitwl states every and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
morning from Bruu:=wick,
-. .' i look after his orange grove, -was call I sure to see or write us before you buy your r.arh.
.ii! . Ga., announcing the death of Mr. year.With
l'blfoCk on urgent business connectedwith t/gtut 30 and 33 cents a dozen Corn for spring.
Daniel Messett, which occurred in a
a big land deal. what other business could pay Letter
i wreck on the B. and W. railroad.Mr. .

HERE AND THERE. j The elecant sidewalk M \rl!. Muni Messett formerly lived in Ocala returns And there for the are Capital more winter invested visitorsto ? Th eOcala Seed Store t

!i roe & Chamblls are having put down and at one time was a member of the
Florida than other elate in
)Ir. Allen Rogers is slowly improv in front ut the bank bull im i* a fineI police force. Mrs. Messett still resides the uuiou. ----

I improvement. here.
ing. I With t'ICit 3i cents a dozen: and
The hotel registers are beginning to i Mr. C. C. Clements, the popular : You Know What You irs Taking scarce at that price the woman on the

show larger arrivals. j merchant: and posttuaster at Weir I arm ought to have pocket change to
When you take Grove's Tasteless t ,
Park was the strangers in the all Christmas nick and to
among buy naer
Hou. R. A. Burford's borne is: undergoing Chill Tonic because the formula i is

an applicatiou of paint. r I city 3turda_). plainly printed on every bottle sLowing rl-are.STATE. tI

1 :Mr. J. E. Stevens, who has beena that it is iron and
The Kin '!! Daughters will hold simply ) quininein I OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO, \S" Dyspeptics
"' ting Tax Assessor .\\ with his a tasteless form. Xo cure no LUCAS COUNTY. j
their meetings in the elegant rooms
of the Elk*. ; books; the past week, went to tee his pay, 50!!. T FRANK: CHENEY makes oath that / / an made every day by th ir own tmreteae \

.. :; parents at Fort McCoy Saturday.Mr. I In the absence of the local .editor of he it the senior partner of the firm oi !/ Deea. Cere that case ct eoo up tK>a bebn it 11agy
Min+ Gene Fosuot, of Weir Park, F. J. CHENEY A Co., doing busmen in j 5rxea rhnar. rite
W. D. E.j"'Ztra' DutiudlunSi !' this paper from the stateit atlords us:: i c
was among the Manner's welcomevisitoo : i leading; dry good* ruert-hiut, passed ,I,: pleasure to say in her behalf that she tllt-l'ityof Toledo", county and state ; 8iUSl
S.turdj.Mrs. '. 'I aforesaid, and aid firm will pay the 1tAMN's
-- through: Ocala! on turd.iwi.h hi- is; profoundly thankful to her friends
.Earl Mark: left Sit for I auto vt ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS !l I; !ir PELLETS lj i 1
Tday family, euroute for Micanopy for a 1| for the interest manifestel: for her in I ; ; i ,
Jack-iou.il, where she will make : fewda>'s' cistLRatrou's 'I 1 the Time+-C pion contest for Ldjcomm.ssiouer : I j for each and every care of Catarrh I tl; ere grip tend ee w' ic: atrtt Nature ud do not get a bl.iitdepetdect < at
__ I that cannot be cured by the u>e of t '
her future ltnmr.Mr. -- 4 I j ''
to Ibe'orld'a Fair at 1 :Iltl says Foeerf-1 earga: rr.e, p..n e3d rtake otfr t
i i'r
and )Ir... L. II Brown, of Fellowship I St. Louis. Imteif: second ii she: I g taler3. i 'a neo ie act ge uy cad bean u. 1 '
leis. a complete, pleai s "leutifietreaimeut had first J. CHENEY. i''o rf Poi sat b datie'e
viMlei OcaU Saturday; and f won place the efforts put 'o fly systeru injgt y a
d! at Central. fur eiiusiipatiou and t>iliOUsQess. I j I forth in her behalf could not be more I Sworn to before me and subscribe. Your drugdta; WU. t'3t A Lee e.trGa a r..
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i) doe tWO Oie,'li:lilt*, I highly appreciated. in my pre.:tn.e, this 6th day of December .
JuiicV.. \V J at kM.ii, Eieetraong Postollice Brov/n AUj Co. (
::5 wa+. a'!> the prominent Marion Brjan.
Mrs. J. Watt Perry, who hai been Mr. Bryan Teems to be as popular 1 New York
l'otJt.ty citizen- Ocala aturd y. I ]Il heal. } A. G. GLESON, t
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. J. with the Hritl hers as he is with t Notary Public.Hali's tnd Grcene\ille

Mr. Robert Mathews returned: J"a\'t'1Jot for the past two weeks, 1 Americans. He i? given an ovation i Catarrh Cure i is taken inter- \ Tenn. / ,'

Tur.dly (ruts Mobile! where he has left yesterday for Ten Lie llJ} v tere everywhere he j urneys in John If Dally and acts directly on the blood

tot't'li'I..hi rrlttives for the past, she will in future rl'-idi' Bull'- t.'Ouotry.-Ctutt&noo6J. :New. I and IUU.-IH surfaces or thei gystem. f ,

w eek. i Send for testimonial, free.F. .
:Mr. W. T. RaJioni- of Pembroke, Bitter Than a Plaster. J. CHENEY i CO., Toledo, 0
Mr 1 V IetVtiiood left Sunday
Ky., who owns a beautiful prove at A piece of fl*!uel dampened with j Ccul i dby DruggbtJt i ToI *-.
for Augustine where the willeptn
M. Lake Weir; is down there 1
his fruit. He was in Ocala yesterdayand the hliccted parts, is better than a I A Quiet Marriage. I
,'Ire, C. Co Hill.
lain every way dt-lHht'd.! plaster! for a lame back and for pains j :Mr. Jee L. EIU ri'Oo aud Miss A.
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Mid 'N.e I Uarco, who attending Rev. Howard Dutil, former pastor' in the id.. or chest. Pain Balm hasnlJtuperiUrIi.5" !' Mabel Sylvester stole a march! on ROCKY
t .*.U. oi .u N.-\4 York City, bas been of the Mrthodi-tjhuroh lu t"i! < city, liniment for the deep ;( li.Hr friends Thurday night.: With.

eruu-aliy ill with diphtheria. Her fiaie up from Tiinptt'urtity and seated, muscular rheumatic paius.:: r.xtt f >i> iui a word to any one at the r FORDSaved :

S many friet.ds. wil!; I... glad to kuowth i* the guest of Mr. W. H. Clark and For sale: t\Jy all drusgi-Nand i medicine [ hour of o'clock they paired to thej

,t shell no *' tre+tly imprln....!. family in the tier w rd. J d..alear m j Episcopal rectory and had the Rev. by C. H. Mathi-. of Youiia A. Matin-. nt H..d k%' f''nr.l i ..ii. fri,. t
1 llrnryY.. Little perform the rites HUndard siz- netted lautaloup riH-i-il,| : ..rt11- yore; alms lnuitui ." 1'1.1.| l .oi t
-- ---- --- --- -- that wade them until and wife. I Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon seat Nave' in the tfentliiiM from the tnt
i I Ii i. perfectly shaped melons set on she vi-..-. X ncw' taken from Ihrui ,'t tiw
i I After this! interesting episode the I melon. ApplytuoraddreA. ) -. ,

| happy couple repaired to the .$pell- F. Y'l"X< & Cob r q \\rn-( !

The Ocala Stor | man house, where Mr. Eiuer-ou had !\I Nt-w \ "rk, K. ,' > i
pryiouslcengazed rooms -trl uhere: .
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hr) are QUA plrasatiUy in<:iitl.l. II I
utoud the for winTers. We Mr. Emerson is from Cedar n 1
Has / lest many I Pi'lii'l
la., and has been living in .- I STRAUSS' BALTIMORE RYE

Entered the Commercial World to satisfy the many. I about fourteen months and it Vr.Suj'der's : i

right hand! man m his I
I Guaranteed Pure \\ni-k \ -I't: Yrar old
haberdashery, aud i it a gentlemanof
excellent business habits. I

Our new goods are here and I Mr?. Ernerron, as Miss Sylvefeter, ,

: has been vi!ning in Ocala as! the r \i1J

Can be found, not in a jumbled, confusing collection, but guest of her uncle, Mr. J. W. )I.E-s-

ter, and is from Peoria, IiI. bhe is a
; An Exclusive Assortment of Ladies' Furnishings, and Gents' Furnishings.Ladies' .
brunette, hose>;;iui; a rich complexion

and Misses' Walking and Dress Eats and pleasant manners.It .
was a case of "love at first

Also/ Men's and Boy's Caps and Bats.s' slight," aud the courtship was short

and romantic.

Their friends are showering upon

them their nest wishes and happiest!!
Bought for Quick Stlling were our Dress Goods, Silks and Ribbons congratulation-

1 A Moving Price Constantly Moves our Towels, Table Cloth and Napkins. Meeting of the Daughters.The ;
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Zero Has Never Been Reached in Florida Weather. United Daughters; of the Confederacy 1 1S'am'
Dickwn Chapter, heid avery

Although Our Prices the Notion Department will Freeze interesting meeting at the homeof I
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster Saturday af

All Competition, and Bring Comfort to those who are tern nonAn PLAIN BOXES, :r"'D MONEYBottles
invitation was extended to Rev.

Read For the Bargains We Now Offer. J. Wm. Jones, D. D., to deliver a lecture XO MARKS.: \4 11'11' '! oaDU

in this city after his lecture be-

fore the Veterans in St. Augustinenext

week, who lectures for the bene
the Bazaar Store is the Home -
\n of fit of the Battle Abbey at Richmond.He .

is one of the most eloquent orators
Santa Claus I
in the oouth.

If Dr. Jones accepts the invitationthe

date of his lecture will be announced

Think Christmas is coming later. ..

After the business wes transactedMrs.

Row Can You Serve An Xmas Dinner and Lancaster, assisted by her ; p 'R

daughters, Miss Lucile and Miss i iSTR
Every Piece of Your China is Broken Dorothy, served elegant refreshments.It s Ans cLD
will be good news to the mothers c. ., soK c..ts 1
of small children to learn that croup m '' ; OCJ1t ,t7z

Payne's Fireworks and Pompeii Destruction can be prevented. The first sign of

croup is hoaracfiesj. A day or two
LiVe in the Hearts and Memory of Those who before the attack the child becomes

Are Going to Place Their Pyrotechnic Order With Us" yeculiar hoar&e. cough.This is soon Give Chamberlain's followed by a [ 4 Del'd, $2.9012; Bottles, Del'd $8e50ev..v..V..V1..v..a..V..VV.VVVV.VV.VPV.WV..aa ;

Cost cuts No Figure WhenEver Cough Remedy freely as noon as the
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child become hoarse, or eventlafter /

The Ocala Bazaar is Visited. the rough cough appears and it will '
dispel all symptoms of croup. In .'

: Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and I this avoided.may all danger This remedy and anxiety is used maybe by : BROS i

I many thousands of mothers and has : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND ;:BEER HOUSE. ;
Fireworks will do well to look over our and never been known to fall. It is, in <
Large fact, the only remedy that can always i 1246. to lx 5S: W. Adams St.. Jacksonville Fla. i

Varied stock before Purchasing their be depended upon and that is .. 4 Full Qts. 11 Fall QU.
Holiday Line. pleasant and safe to take. For sale by / Hunting Club SJ.foS }"...aoOdSOD /

all druggists and medicine dealers. m ./ MonogramMaryland: County J. t.5* 1 L
S.N 5.
Special Prices and Discounts so Schools, Churches and Clubs. Rather Than Step-Daughter. .; Uaanc.l Drops"44"&oo 400 3,73 IIoI 9-S'I .. I

Apparently! Lord Rosebury would

think a great deal more of Canada if EXPRESS PREPAID baeeansltyon ,lwtd .
See F.
P. Gadson 1
Supt. Canada were one of "our cousins, the Our reference, 15 years sue.-essfcl business. :
United 8tates.IJ-Montreal Star. I ,n .0.
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.



HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. th.l I IState. :against The !I
Biggest Mill in This Part of ,
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I .
Mrs. llamsauer and children are ?r.m Thursday's Daily. I

Tailing i'alalka.Mrs. Iuform"tion"Iii received in this I the i 1
been i iof
city last night that the big j j ,
Hannah and daughter h; J (; I
gone to Tampa on a short vUit. saw mill of the West Brothers .of this: \ 1
located at Levon, about twelve miles
The turpentine operators' association south of Ocala! was burned. I :
held a nifetiuij Yesterday.Mr. This mill is the largest in this l't'c.1 C. C. : I iI
: :
Crosby has just returned from thou of Florida aud was complete he is ) I 1
all of its I
Atlanta with a car load of fine hones. I court :
employ a large force of hands, and .
Mr. Fran Clarksou! of Jackson.tiile run night and tray audits daily out- of a i I i

I is visiting Ocala and enjoying put was upwards:: of a hundred i ,

quail !shooting. thou.-aud feet. J 1 : :: J

ASTF.D-A big pair of homemade The ongeu and extent of the fire I The i I :11,

woolen socks. Address are unknown as Levon N without twins '
II., Ocala u
Banner, Ooah, Fla. telephone communication aude I tion of II'
did not hear of the tire until utter the j ciil'fd j i ii

i Hon. J. D. French is going to invest closing of the telegraph ollli-e. tllft"'|'

! r in Ocala real estate and Mr. M. S. Mr. (}. H. Scott and Mr. D. \V. I' The ) I E

i : Moser is to become a rilizeu. Davis, lUfurauce agents, received; Dr. I I ::1J
I .\Irll. J. W. McUalluiu, 'A Guinea- telegrams Bi-ijply stating that the !I the l>.
I Tille, i* in the city guest of her s.s-; mill haburnE'tJ.. ) ..uug ,

I ter, Mrs James Kni ht. The mill wa insured in companies
! represented by both thrse gentlemen i i
r !Mr IJaruva sad daughter:; Mr. L.
iud they will( fro dots( today.to acrr-
Lang and Miss Kate Lug, of Daisy tain \
I the extent of the losses. f
. in Ocala
were yesterday
. The mill iu all pVob.ibly will be immediately (

Mr.V.. YV. Hampton a prominent rebuilt :
I attorney of Gainesville, is attending i
A Nice Writs Company.'f
, the session of our circuit court. Up. 1 ]
i Mr. John P. Coffin, editor of the We
The Evening R-for.l! ..t Miaina hasenlarged
Southern; !
Industry in the December .
to hn eitui to.amu paper, issue of this interesting publication needs

s and is being tiurly sustained by the sets Marion county forth in very ..11 i it

enterprising people of that section. splendid colors. t

, We wish to announce that Friday Ocala, Citra, Dunntllon. Orange H

night the llth inst. will be nnuiiua- I Lake Mclnfjsh, Roddick, Kendrick,
tion night at TuluU Louge No. 22 I and other towns figure in the excel
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and all Odd Fellows are requested to lent write-up. I

be present._ Pictures are given of the Ocala Fi i

The readers of this paper will re- High School Howard Academy, the !

Bret to learn of the death of Mr. Will Emerriou Iudultrial'hool, the Presbyterian and 1 :: i!

Ross, of Heidlsville. He was well Baptist and Methodist

known throughout the county aud churches, II.. county hospital l, the Gf )

highly esteemed.We Ocala Foundry and Machine Works. l \

--- Th. !)*-. JIl at Citra and Mr. F. G.
are> nnder obligations toIr.. Our
"l t+auun's elegmt home near Bwdman. I : t
W. II. Clark for u couple of wild I

ducks which he killed on his recent I :
It lso cruiaius ,<_ *'s of some I
trip to Orange Lake. He had quite a I clnniiiug spots on our lakes rivers 'I

sucecesstulshoot. and hUlllO'ii'I! a number of photographs -

j :1': At Taylor's you can spe--a !specially I of the splendid enw on i\lr,1

(. : elected line of Couida's Christmas ('liHiiibn) .' -t4M-k fari'i, and picturesof I

candies, attractive packages. His JUr. H. A. Ford, H. C. Groves, J.M. No

chocolates and bon-buus are as good : :\ft>tr.'lt. C. L. uittiugt-r, Geo H. :

as the best of any make. T>ler, and other prominent: and ,

handsome .
-- --- gentlemen.The
Hon. C.l.. Brown of this
city, publication U creditable in
Mr. L.1.. Graham, of Counor, and
every respect and our industries alldI'o"oihihli..s t
: Mr. Ben Smith, of Suimnerfield; at- are set forth in good shape

tenled the re-union of the Confederate and the publication i is creditable

Veterans at St. August inc.j throughout.
M. 8. J. Hilliuru, a prominent at'
The: Boston ideal Opera Company.The .
toruey at Pulatka and brother of Rev.

4 J. P. Hilburn of this city WAS: a visitor splendid notices the new spa- I i,,

( B to Ocala yesterday. He says P THof the country have given the -- ---- -

V that 1'alatka is moving along hIt ltoton Ideal Opera Company are

t t splendid shape. well deserved and the rendition of the l903--CHRISTfflAS--1903
t of "La Mascotte last
and play night wasa
I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. rihoetlin
clever performance throughout, the

t children Ocala for who several have days been, returned visiting m to characters of Prince Lorenzo, Rocco, Some of the Thino" \Te 1-Tave

Bettina (the Mawotte,) Paquita and
their home in Tampa last night
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the Princess, all being admirably I

i Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham entertained sustained. Sterli9Silver Novelties Special Scarf Pigs Leather Goods

most delightfuly at a six: The acting/ was far above the aver- ,

o'clock dinner lat evening in honorof age and the audience was well pleased. Comb. Brush and MirSoap Boas sterling silver owls I An F.ndle"'ariety from 25C lo$15.00 fioished Ladies' Pocketbooks Iadies' Card Cases
rot.in Case:: Dressing! Comb Sterling Silver Bread Dishes I in pose Gold, with and without diamonds, and U-a's Card Case Cigar Cass
Mr. Hockaday, superintendent of Tonight "Olivette" will be presented ManicuresetsinCaars Shaving 'tIIIK: Sterling Silver DesertUiehes thepopulatearl! .carfhns.
the Southern Express Co.Mr. .- and those who go will not only not Cloth Military Brushes Brushes l'ockl'll.Oml1s Cigarette Cases 1 I Coffee Tea Sets Sets N1lscellageous Articles I

but will be hat Brushes cJurlinll'Tongs i Trunksof Silver Complete I Goods I
r' regret greeted by a Ebony
Robert Monroe, a member of hair Brushes Shoe Horu Shell Combs Water Sets
& McDonald chaste and clever performance.No Infant Brush and Comb Puff Boxes I Gold Thimbles Belt Buckles
the firm of Monroe Brothers
iu case'a ehDe Jars Silver SlIver Mounted Gold Band Thimbles Silver Thimbles
one of the largest turpentine I company that will visit Ocala Shaving Brushes Match Cases Sterling Ribbon. Fobs Fountain Yeas
e Nail Brushes Stamp Cases mounted in Gold Pictures
the will be Cloth Brushes Mirrors
during season, we believe
concerns of Marion county and an Tooth Brushes Paper Cutters And Plated Ware I Hat Brushes Nail Brushes I I or Plate Frames
in more deserving of patronage. PenCIl TiP Velvet Brushes Tqwth Brushes Tea Sets lewd Caskets
Admirer of the Ocala Banner was
Sapkin .Haldetll Pearl aDd Silver Knives Sets I! Military Brushes Nail Buffers 'I Japanese Goods Garter Buckles
the city yesterday and paid us a very Cigar Clippers Handle Pens Forks Caning Butter 6aaves: I, HaIr Brushes Darners eclkle Holders Hat 'tus.gOld or
Circuit Court. Burton lIooks whisk Brooms : gold or lIver silver and plate
pleasant call. and Files Nethersole Bracelets'' :Spoons: Oyster Forks ; I Loving Cups Bread Trays
The circuit court is en/aged in try- Manicure Scissors Chain Bracelets errypooDs.:: Napkin Rings i Cut Glass Fern Dishes Ash rays
The King's Daughters held an interesting Embroidery Scissors Tape Measures : sugar Spoons Cream Spoons I Caodlabra CandleSticks
for small Gravy Ladles Bon Boo POOos
criminal generally
ing cases Cork Screws Bag Tags
meeting yesterday and the offenses. Baby Rattles Pocket Knives I Sup Oyster Ladles Ladles Coffee Salad Spoons Forks and I "IC'I' Rare. Sparkling i I
and Mantle
result of which showed that this excellent Flass Blotters Bottles Pie Knives; i C loclls> Clock
The following cases were disposed \'inalgrettes olllcllage :cut Crackers T SPOOS'I! 'I FIX" QUALITY LATEST CUTS, I
has actively
organization gone Fruit Knives: lut Punch Bowls Finger '
of yesterday:
to work in relieving the destitute, Watch ChalgS Ice Cream Slicer j Fruit Bowl Berry Howls'S I ets 1
Allen Daily, larceny of a cow. I Vases! all sizes 011 l
7 administering to the sick aud doing Wine Set Water Pitchers I 1
other acts of charity. Guilty. and C hlrl1)s[ Rings i Decanters and Bottles I New Art Clocks :'olarbelized Iron
generous I r Jetl' Gillens, aggravated assault. ) I Claret Sets and I China Clocks Clock J
Tumblers Sauce jelly Cuckoo Clocks Bronze and Gilt Clocks
The fact that Col. C. C. Post pre- Guilty. The Hew and Hobby DeslgQs.j In Endless Variety I Salts and Peppers Bon Bon Dishes I Marble Clocks TravelIng Clocks

r rented certificate from a practicing I Sell Jones, forgery. Guilty. Ladies! Guard Chains 1 in gold, gold filled and; LADIF'S MSappph Opals" I I'' French ClucksSilver <

:' physician that he was sick and un- Clintou Griffin, assault with intent I Vest Chains! s,quotse Emeralds.. suitable: tor birth, slones Topaz Tllr-I Plano oqd Organs II I For the Eyes i i

able to attend the trial on the day to murder. Men's Gold PiUed'e t Chains I A COMPLETE STOCK OF
fixed in his case, is exciting some criticism. The grand jury will probably adjourn teD's Gold Fob Chains. I Pianos Hardman Piano I Iicroscopes Reading Glasses "
Men's Gold Charms with Stones Brooches Organs Players And a Full Line of Eye Glasses and Spectacles: '
If he can cure all diseases today. Ladles' and Men's Diamond Lockets I I Autoharps Graphophones ;
k i. why is he himself sick and' consultIng i Gold Brooches Guitar Mandolin Sheet Talking Music Machines Urgbrellas[ ;
an old school physician? A Costly Mistake. Boo'\S I Diamond and Pearl Brooches I Banjos Music Books )
Pearl Brooches i f1onosand Organs sold on as easy terms as
Blunders sometimes expansive. ;- I
are very A Beautiful holiday Line Standard Books at Dlamondaud Opal Brooches I may be obtained elsewhere. patronize your Silk Umbrellas for Ladies and Men Silver and
I t :Mr.J. A. Hockaday superintendent Occasionally life itself is Half Price I Gold Plated Brooches I home mercbant5 Gold Mounted Duect from the .Yalter&

k of the Express Company at Savan the price of a mistake, but you'llnever

3 nah, is on a visit to Ocala and in be wrong if you take Dr. King's;
company with Mr. W. D. Graham New Life Pills for dyspepsia, dizziness ,

and the editor of this paper took a headache IIveror bowel trouble. -

drive to Silver Springs yesterday They are gentle yet thorough. 25c. at Amenl household. They are enough t Roller

afternoon and enjoyed a boat ride on Anti.Monopoly Drug Store and T'dings of and all South afflict until after the business season Hutchins Swing
Mr. The people Tampa
this l eautiful sheet of water. & Co. m
Hockaday was charmed with its Florida are utterly disgusted with the shall have passed. BEATS THEM !All
buttonholing of the There is not one man iu a hundredin
Thomas.Freyerlllouth. I characteristic
beauties and the grandeur of our
this of the state who is in
wood. Mr. James R. Thomas, of Dunn- average politician. Give us a rest, part
Rolls back and forth four
favor of an early primary. They are
and think about
ellon, and Miss Laura E. Freyer gentlemen, your
Yesterday afternoon while Will mouth of Blitchton, were married chances until after the holidays, at all of the opinion that the candidates feet.
Frierson was performing his duties at I should back and sit down,
go way
too much
at the Uates House. Rev. least. There is entirely
s the fire station as a substitute for Ed. yesterday until the aud vegetable seasons ''
L. B. Warren pastor of the Baptist business to have the wheels of pro- orange Does not make seasickness
Hendricks! who is absent on a furlough i Tribune.
are at least over.-Tampa
church of this city, spoke the inspiring gress retarded by the same old story
"Dynamite," one of the fire like the olcUfashioned t
words that made the two hearts being bung by every politician you
horses, kicked him in the face. Dr. Notwithstanding the harsh things _
1 Both these meet. Wait until after the rush of r7 swing.
tt I A. L. Izlar was called in to attend the beat as one. young peo- she has said about them we hope the
known in Marion the holidays and then tell us your
young man, and after examcning him ple are "crackers" of Florida will treat .olrs. Looks well the lawn
said his nose was broken. Me is pret and the Ocala Banner joins their troubles, but until that time arrives, Post with handsome A on
Helen Vilmans
: ty badly bruised up, and is temporarily many friends in wishing them a joy- keep politics and your aspirations or piazza.OCALA .
laid but the wounds are not courtesy and give her a fair and impartial _
t < up, ous journey down the stream of wed hermetically sealed only telling your
!.. serious and he will be able to resume trial.
his duties in a few days. ded bliss. desires to the members of your own FURNITURE COMPANY.r .




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n THE TIME FOR HOLDING THE PRI- .......................... Profits In Pecans.

L i : ii THE OCALA/ BANNER MARIES. Regarding/: /: the prolltsin |.ecan growing .

: POLITICAL CHIPS : in Texan an authority i H ijuoud .+y
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FBA1I2 HASH:, Editor. : -- : "I'I'CIUIltllwlll ris iret-rieh iiiii'K
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1 F:; F, V. Loarongo&i, Business Manager. : FROM THE STATE PRESS. J Hcheme as far as the quick pan is concerned
met'U In lix (lie tome for l bolding I
__ -..,_- --._._- -. : HIchfH are there, however, Swiic
Vi --s tin I'llinuritH utiylliiiiK IIkt' the HCUI i....................*... II I I and they com t lowly but -ur.-ly.

l'rIlIlI't ur "tiia'jililKin| hhouM l-t- WILL NKKI! .SKVKKAI: I 1 hU industry is as near "ttintcoiiie-

tlvoidt.d l, ui d Iliti fact that HOIIIC- m- John .siorktoa will tint a mule thinj; for nothiinc JI. ever happt-mon

t ,I |psignftig IIIIM liccn done! l It y "hiiiiuof team lather! unconifortal" l .durini : this earth. Yon can attend to any
i 'f, 1 1W9 I be
It other business!- you happen to en-
the ,\1 II lid latSHhoiiKI not lie roused the prt"llt'nt'lIhllllllil". I: will take
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:11J1:1'I1:: : in and the pecans will still .."ifJ- .. .f tta sa".sMll.
red, HH (tbll Hini) < was doiiH uitliout more than one l prppcr box to keep grow. It IK not necei-surj to wit on the

I kllOwlctlglMlf \lll(< CDllllllillCf.It I him ....mtrm.Metr"p' 'lK I fence and watch hems They will

1'- ry hlioultt IIH rciucnilicreil I I hull the .... I I /grow, of ('Ollrll If you do that, but

1'0. AX An....: ASSISTANT. they will also. grow without it. Ner-
stiitiu'iiitin ','!! Hiicifii: of over! sercu i
; : e IIloI.1IllIi:1t In tili/ers help them, but are not necesnnry. -
liundri'tl volley I ami KM there art'llo With iSiockton to > ,
It takes a very small: juiin to
records, it is rca"onublt\ to
n ;any citmlliUtrH: it wllllll'llIIl'os-'d- orch' rd much It'lliII" UI
IItl1rl" -
._ ._ _, _-",-.-- 111.1' {pecan very t
.lilc for tin i 1lIlu K<> In a. body, and \licvu that Hro. John Hum! will ,,, it would l tll Mart any HIII'IIi.U"I'1
Mon I'" *: IUMNK1., IlKMKVIMI:
: l.
( divided into Hju.tiU it will liu no t'i-Y with greater fn-ijuency' issue: Ills I nl't/ort-d \though the returns are
; TII08K AT TIIK 1111' WK1.1.: All K TOTAICK ,101 \
-I certain.1'ivan .
of d'overnor flow absolutely
IftinsatlHokinu the they are -
task !in tli
JoI.ns: HAST4.KKN to disks 11111111.l.ft'I'IIIl'hl '
u. 'I'JlJoI ,
;. OAUK I fl
I irowiiiK is I the very "best lifeinsurance.
f ,llvecoiinthH\ and unless! (Ills Isdoiiotli Jc\ nlnjH.iadsdcu( Couniv
ITS BTANU IN TIIK: IIAIUU.r forty I Your trees keep growing

.'A 1m,. WITH TIIK COMMON I'KOI'I.K: ? very |,iirMwr for wliloli the Tlinwi.: and yielding after you are dead and To use a homely illustration :
.... find yourself in the wrong and the right is pointed out
KimiT WIU. UK you
vl/ tol children the fruits of
WHS 11I"t"mtt'tl. :- your reap yourlabor.
uynUMU TIIK OI.AII IIANH MIAKK.: to to be honest with yourself, what should you do? SWITCH!
TIIK IINTTKUMkNT OK TIIO8K AT Til K l>rln< Ih'IIIt'1' nnd Iht,11111411' Hon. John N. (''. Hlwktoti was in If you are injured the insurance ; you.If you are using lard for frying and shortening, and we prose to

11 rrI'* companies reapthe fruits of your I you that Cottolene is purer, more healthful, more economical. what
M.- f to (. '-will l't d I"tr\\l.A '
-. "rt ** Arcadia nhakinR hands with
." Tuesday, labor. This kind of an insurance ; should you do? SWITCH I

KKIDAY, DKCKMHKIl) ; : 11 IttU.J :&. :ixln, It must l 11 o rcuii'iiilicrt'tl his numerous friends and admirers company cannot fail, for i it has mother I Nature's Gift from the Sunny South

-. -- -,---..-.. --. .--.--. .----- w,' ''',' linblt to have 11'111I"1'1')' ngty' and gaining new adherents. No man nature back of it. Nine trees iu an !

A {primary before. I Hi winter is weather In Jatumry: February and known better than Mr. Stockton the a'r.will cost $10) per tree, with no I

hardly. over nioaiia no primary at March and It would\ tie cruel to the art of winning the lo' : rtol''l'al'kt'r'lI other expense' except 1.rull'.tII\C! \ IbE'I I ollOlOfle I
trees from injury while\ growing and t
all. .... Candida and \the >c --- ---- i | heart.-A I':lttl i:, ('hulpIou. the yield of such an orchard will :

" ';e The ( /iitlncvllc| Sim continues to | tofIItltu'iits tar out-door" xpcnkin g" .... cndu c and increase.e long after you ,
,N. nnd contlnu, to Sharks w
:, print divorce a we during lhi..st> months I'M SN"1' \\OKI5Y TAI.IAKKKKO. are dead." Mr

. \:; weep" HU'I'--tear. '. -- -- ... If Nome irfilnnl' can l>e ,It'vi.,1'\ 'tocktou and Jennings are waking II I I Now, lard, as you know is made from hog fat. !It may or may
not be Cottolene is always pure because it contains nothing but
f- The "11.1,1 MiiumiT! II""' lslh I Political Rally Manatee. pure
:: tn-Uviinj; dthx'H'f' to tho ,imtioiiHldciiuKrntlo : ugly I faces ut one another and Laying! refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet. It is always uniform, and
\ lime fur campaigning" : Ih'"I\' in On DecemberJ a grand political\ I the Besides, it is sold in bulk like lard
tvnvvutl'Mi\ tl.e first, 1'1'111I111' some "pretty sharp! words toncerniu I we guarantee quality. never ,
polities "but iu military +circle\ the I'IIwill\ t>e \pulled oil: at Manatee( in ; but comes in sealed! tin pails and is not open to contamination. Somuch

world over.Veiy )' :oh"I.i l 11.,1 t (h' held l carlkr: tllllIItUt \ their records, while the junior sriuitorIsia Maiihtee: county. Hraideutown, I'almotto for purity '.nd healthfulness.As .
L to -Cottolene is richer than lard. It requires, therefore
ttt''trtitbrr.i'htsw'lh : i Washugtou! attending to buine and other will in : economy ,
I. ,\ ; or towns joiii to
,:. few Iltcalhtr* In this gensraUou but two-thirds the quantity to secure better results. This means economy.
has iciiched tn'\trf "IIIIII"ht' Bite: ani-Ie| time for nil :iS. The row t-clAeeia' Jennings; and make: it a big tucerssSenator I Why not do justice to your stomach and five R a digestible product

will Stockton does 1101 concern SenatorTttluferro : : James Tahaferro. 11..11.. rather than an indigestible one ? Your grocer will start you right witha
that )lir>'hop \ lUoti, t -'t'III' the stilts! to make a thoroughaiivHstiof I
b Johu N. (.'. Stockton, C"u.z I' "HI I: .; I IInltt'rt pail of Cottolene.
thoiHliodl,t pull'it In this city to- Uflther but It IM aiuu>iig to the
W. D.ivis Uov. Willuin; i FREE Send us a 2c stamp to pay postage and we'1!! mal: you a copy of car book
morrow.Wall N-1. Home ne.p ed.tCIJ Mrs Rarer, wb.ch coma ns 330( 40C recipes
--" i fi<'tton an :\.Iv: t'1 and will to* fair 1.'I'I-JIt'l't'r Jennings, 'nimivviuan St,-;i'lijwkm.in \ from toe country' notes COOKS
httc.'l went "" ottoii cia\" I .... I
I IHU.IO .to 14I1I"Irllt'ltWt'l'tIt"1.. >> : and other di"unuuiip ; t't ,; i It Mide.omy! by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Dept 502 Ci c CIHUBBARD
whrlltht'vtillfli1LU "'1"1' rrl''rl:1 FI'IWlm, FOR "JnlI.EX.." t
IVm't iiiaKv the 1I.t.'m nUl'pub{ .&ker.li:ivo l t.e+'U mvi.ed a. i > : z-f i i1? fey TE.TJT.E.-L' .'S arJ
\ \ Thill'ull'' : to
1'\1\.1\ t1'I.t'Ir
| 11..11. J.Alexander, of De'ndIs expected: 1111 I e (firer.
l.i ouo of tlioInsanity. u1l'.t l' Ifu\\ f.y .tn ts1 'tl to take
: A candidate: for CtlUrt'j11'. Alexander
: i'rnap judgnn>iu"or give its eiit'iuU-i! *
-- -- made the !'11ffl'hr his life andvery
'-. .," rally |rliuary n the lint Nlr1 I an m-jio'luiiiiy or I pretext to ciltici:'e

','w\t"lh! ? ,,U.hHon of the N'steut, I I it unf.ivorat' lv and uuf.nirh.: f\iimtily iiupres>ed nil\ present I Sir/l & MACDUFF .

IIlh\t u la I lout l II j Ushi 'n'lIIk .pared-, with hiopt..H'h and ability to fill the

'lug trioiully t oU' 'r#. l IVw Or'tit tin THE HOLDING! OF THE' PRIMARIES. place lo vOueti tIt' aspires with cretin I jto .

.l solver III rIrelcs- --ch.thl"---..- I -- tiiiu-etf and tiuuor io tue people hr II 1 & \} ti1; d HEADQUARTERS FORAMERICAN .

> "ltrylN rtvt 'rrtuy: 1 la)," I i4 the Flew Tbut*lay's Duly. server }lr. Alex&uder I* a we ltlibachelor I iii 11

je )h "II.t t exit t\ \\' !I
ilk,1.yrs( cui ">w" hun all right; ,primary iute.-d of the couveuUottosi Feed Scott's FIND AND PO! ;
uKUut'liments> to the Udies before pale girls en: I rtr i ;:
St'!! 'V"im l hltl\ oiw \iK'Utr"IrnuUtluit : tllat'N -m Wh to bring the ..*u,liUt.' 'I
: stug.-Uigh r rlorut'Ta@ '. Fm.ion.V; : .
th- SiMi-h American.u sod the voter togtHlMtf lit, that tbe> '
*>*. \\ ta r> sssn + ._"'=1.-- -;:....7T'...... .
tul "b.t't' tach other fatv to face.Why ru-t need 10 dye all r rr f r -- -
t'ttr (;fthl"I'ill.'uo 11''r4; R S .
o '
? M.Aiui. } lifconi would, have it .5.lL -.1-f_ r_,: .:
{, ."'.< for t'uta'n1: early r'IihaTlt$ -h reasons why Scott'sLmuisioti I I .' ,
R .. tit not haw "'Ik fv> that ih. voter bet aid- to apptar that iiou. Ch* L Fildes is .-:-"1 .i'-;.--" r f; .. .. ,'- "
11.tn. ""\\oI lial't rs' I ; - -
the; ,
t''t.g 1lhl'" In which to *" ""-1 cite take an mtrlle\-lual: uie *uruuiu of opptleed to the HUte primary, siutplyhe restore-:* strength .. I .-. _::: i'. .1 1---_. -.- --- '. ; ;
the o.'uuhdaiv ana judge of his fitiiexsfor and t flesh and color of ---1' !, .. __ '
(\"IAI", l hilt thro..,l rojivrtrr fitNU20 beritse argues ihu in the primary : good > 'p1.3; ._.;_ _.- S- ::""- '..
ha d iis/ the: oflW to wh.h turtur ,--l'.--< : '-, ,, .. '
ttrtdof i r r '- -
I is ntvwtuiho ( !
tote thai health
those who
for United Slates x-uator uieaiU-H of to suffer : << .
., \ 1'1 I nUll)' tend w' uts to to> it : ; : < r ;::' : -:::, -: ': :
# lire ntttr thiu five huu01r'l' legislature should\ be bound by from sick blood. ..,.-.-, ij .. ,
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voiiu prvx-iiu-ty %ui the suite aui ap- the vou of their diMrieis and Dot by The fact that it i is the best .;:':', .:: > -: .-- -" : -.: :._:.. : :,,r :'
florid* and the ""Biljnc of (\I1HU..UIIO that of the stit*. No mutter in what reparation: of Cod Liver Oil l.W-...f.j..: : ...."';. ._', _, ._
kind. chow tfstl
t Un \1( \'ar\OUs l'ft"tu\'hi ami
I re>l>n'l Mr. Filde may ditter with aaySi17. /:' .. Cl. ,,;... s"J.: .
: The t"\M.% .,,t ,..t.I't.1\ r..ruI"h bii i the oMutulati'$ go ia A UHit vtillIH r;>h in nutrition, full of healthy

... tell\ by malt i* V, iVho\an' at'uvr imixvit J.. for half of them to l"e others: as to rule governing the pri- stimulation: is a Made ol :...rce: sr. :,:.;v.. ::ra.2. scel: r.ir.o"i.. :. .

the .\I"t'th'l'\rd le, in .t: tth'fUII't'- I heart, >o airy wjH! tm l'UlUl't'ilt'Ii iodi nury in ati fines u refer? to: the nuui- suggestion as .".a1;,::; pr ).:.:";.'s J:: eX:1:10L' tat' cu::.rtaL.' I-: : ..0. ,: t .:.

; I ri"h..* theriHoiurtrr (("'ft' drop to \use up lulo >tHtt'*d ot watItiu of uationtli ?eutor.s he has to whit J does what it does.Scott's LstiUg. Nt c' goes wronc!::, co ratter !:O\-; great a ;::-.s:: r-aii i r.,

uir.. A l.d\\ i'f\1 in Jinuury, but our tht'r\ will have to l>e fe\cral ap- s1w,,ys been an advocate of the pri- Emulsion presents Uses not mut. ae, bet does, emcieatiV. turn cattle, norsss, ions

xi ,h'.ft'tt"w" 1".mtl\lt'Ublt eaoh pr vitu't iu order and pigs
N'ttl 't t t111ts MM\ miry and W$.* laboring for iu adoption Cod Liver Oil at its best
acvMtiimodaie.. all the oaudidaKveu .. ,
11'1'i" th h"h' In July, droppitvc' ; t! l'fl
howexrr to the frl'ratu'ia: ,>n the : saltier, luurtsl to lri"t"m.. in Florida Ions before the editorof fullest in strength, least in VERY: : ROD OF AMERICAN: FENCE: GUARANTEED:

Tbl' bottt'st plai't'r and 1tu.hbl'| w iuto winter quarters The Kvvrd ever the-t htotjrai>!n;
watt\ t 1 uight' taste. by the manufacturer and by us. Call and see u. Can show \'c:: ::.;)Wit
tit' for MorUt\ t h the interior of tliegrv and are not ex "''ttxl ta do cam- hi!* vokv iu favor of the; lb..>J. He will save you nicuey aui {cues: your Ccids so they will i stay: neJ.

''t S'bart IWrt in Africa, where .il-\Hug i in tht' It"iit \\ .. ....> o.f simply favor the Mi-uri plan mwfereno Young women in their

ri"'l' to t:: ottalrt1'hrwrttr + l"IU1""to Ult'lUllt'f't of the ute: exec 1 1st "teens"
; the tlu-rmometcr to nominating: United Sstes are permanently curedof Sjrawse Chilled! Pliws Black Hawk and Cola Skiers Varaisli.
''tl91'eis, U"" ynlwu, Nica. nll'Immlttc'. have: te'mUl'b. g''okie'nse J ,
nators, and while l The San i is inclined the peculiar disease of the
to ( '
wlwreUwniMH\ nnnunl rain. > : \t\( aa ojxn-a'.r: "il1W" u

myna fall l t41, turt.t'*. The |'Uo* of l Ic\.t I donna the stvrtltyof wiuter.Uule todirter with Mr. Filde upon i blood which shows itself in: Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Bois, Etc.

tAtu l i t. IVrt NoHoth: ,in Snith .\t h's, **, therefore' the primary: >y>- the subject, there i* mu.-b to b* iid j" J paleness,weakness nervousness !

'. Uv than a\l inch, slrlr'in' rsI I tent Is I to Iv r\'blvvl of the very pur-
w'ft' > lu its favor. For ia-Unw, what ) I Hubbard MacduiT Ocala FIa-
: for which U w .f'c'\I..t' i j- by regular treatment ,
I, falls I" a year. .lust "t\1,11 UIt' 1"1 \rrr &* it would the democrat AUchuacounty
U\tC'"t wither, the, year rxnnul. atsr'lutety Mly to ulk of holding aprimary in II' with Scott's Emulsion.It .

l : ia April.SeptenilxT have thought of their senator
n.rlhk' )Irtt''th'DECEPTION. :
i. is the !ivleal month. and rprataUve: :> in the l legiIstureof i I is a true blood food andis '
TkS willtv the MudlvlAte: ample l had tht'yIt.....l for either of j naturally adapted to the cure Brick LOn W. ,

I opportunity to wake :a thoroughcmiijuitc4r.uct the .inJiJit: for United Satt'a.ena: i ot the blood: sickness from LimeHair JOHNSON ,

im. an-\\V>At co\'nir the I Ivjj"'''lax%' tTr t"tra..t shows an fn.\tU cmptr it fa5i hit. 'Snap: judjroieut"; was t'tO charse rvndfre l that, or lor, when they had :been in&trured \\ '. : i so. many young womensuffer. ................-.-. ..-.u---- .

I i ttif l+ritl'i\t\r>, ,,COon,\".' tttM a't bn t that, any uufairce was 1'11&uu"t: att'usutuutatettfl to vote for Hon Siiuuel Pisco: ? It a- .

tern Ao\t\vthc.rt+r'!. '+nause at' t.Uo"W'I' all depends upon the rules lath: down Cement NEW AND SECOND HANDMACHINERY

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; O."lh. 0 TO THE TRADE. ( CLUB

o ADd if you are not saUetlnl we will
t .y Ilefuud Your )Ion r.
s r : We have recently purchased the Oldest Whiskey Stand in Florida, and have made it look asa

o c neat and new as if only built yesterday, and have put in an immense stock, so we are preparing to do _

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0* all kinds of bottle business. We also still own and operate our saloon and whiskey house near the 'I '

.2c M6l. S. A. L. depot. Our prices are figured on the very lowest cash basis and under no circumstancet will I/I iisv'
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<:: 4 o we ship goods C, 0. D., as the Express company will only take whiskey at owner's risk and open. '


3a ?- The laws will not allow them to ship liquors C. 0. D. Express orders, Postoffice money orders and ''v OLD ''

C o :;cat one and two cent stamps will be accepted; also checks on parties we know are 0. K. We Buy for '

) ... ; Cash ani Sell for Cash, thereby giving our customers the benefit accounts. The buildings we operate r gills
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.. : w I_*. in belong to us?, so we pay no rents, and consequently V s'*. *"i-""L-*, ':
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-- "hf rr n *c* W'E C I\t: SAVr;. YOU MONEY Four Full Quarts, Delivered, $5,
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I C/'I'ldIlW01'; O.vtY/7 Pepjter Commonwealth
; Straight Whiskfy:
1"U-e of Oculu:
A Pure Kentucky Whiskey made of the We have on !hand a limited amount of this :Made in Spring IS!>2. and is bottled direct
}'ul1IIUitrt.., 51: four quarts in box, delivered very finest grain, and guaranteed to be as excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at S'J from the wood in full quarts, at +Sl.iO ('Wieof
l, *4; twelve quarts delivered, sit pure: as tho purest; full quart. 1.50; four per case. twelve quarts, $15.
quarts in box, delivered. SO t ; twelve quarts, n:
Four Mush 1 : rtchvered51G,. .McPtraijer" ; Yellowstone -

Full quart, 75 emits; four full quarts in Lox', At $8 per caso. These goods are standard, A fine old] whiskey, distilled by Taylor &
**: twelve: quarts, delivered l Si a. .1.1.14 linker: and cannot be beaten anywhere. Williams, and guorenteed to be pure and un
Ilollis Pare Rye I Whiskey adulterated. And, say, if '1 Yellowstone interferes -
Steicnrl Full quart, $1.5u; four quarts in. box: $5; ;
twelve quarts, Si 6. 'J his whiskey is guaranteed to be fully ma- with your business quit businew.r .
This i j" a Pure Maryland[ Rye, at the very tured, and fifteen years eld before bottled, Price 81.5U per quart: Sli per'ease..
:;; low price of ?.", cents full quart fourquarts Old Private Slock: arm is surely the finest goods on the market; 0. F. C.:
in box, S3: ; twelve quarts, delivered, f). quart, ;: case, 18. '
: Full quart, SI 50; four quarts in box, deliv A pure sour mash bourbon in full quarts.
Imperial Cabinet: l i ered. Ss; twelve quarts, delivered, $16. I Wilson Whiskey; Double stamp goods; distilled 1MH5; bottled! !
9 1903! ; ; guaranteed pure, and a fine whiskey
It needno comment, as knows it
everyone :
The bfst whiskey on the market for in familyu I'I Old Crow; quart, Sl.l ,5; case, 12.Mammoth for medical pnrposes; quart Sl.* >: ca e.Maryland e12.
e. full quart( S1.5t ; four quarts ,
delivered, So; twelve quarts, delivered, $10.Wfller's Six years old. Quart, Sl.OO; four quarts iu Cave: Club;
box, 84; twelve quarts, 12.Wedding In full quarts, pints and half pints; bottled in This whiskey is made from the very best
AVV.V.V Cabinet: Hell bond in Spring 11KW} : ; made in Spring 1,>%!)( grain on earth and has always given satis
Ten years old. The best whiskey, on the ; It's simply! fine, and can't be beat. Quart, faction. We guarantee it to our customers
market for medical Try it and be Full quart, 81.25::;; four quarts in box, S.>; 81.5pint(\ 75 cents; half pint, 40 cents: case as a fine medical whiskey. Per bottle (shorts
.....,-.. ; convinced.I Per quart, 3i.: twelve quarts, 515: Si per short quart. $1.1! for quarts. measure) ::"II:; ..,U; case, ...li.

We Sell Rye, Core) and Gin; Quart, 50 Cts; Pint, 30Cts; Half Pint, 15cts. Phosphate Gin, $1.50 Qt., 40Cts Half PL a,


Rye and Bourbon. CARMICHAEL'S PET YeaarsOld Brandy.

Qt. GaL Gal. Qt. % Gat Gal. i

Leesburg. Rye ... .. ... ... .... ..... .......% 50 H 00 $1 75 Pure Peach .? 85 $1 50 $3 00
Crystal Rye .. ... ...... ........... ..... 65 1 15 2 00 Old Peach 1 00 2 00 4 00
Long Horn ((1 stamp) .... ........ ........ 75 1 50 3 00 Fine Tennessee 1 25 2 50 5 00
Long Horn (2 stamp) ........ .. ..."" 1 00 2 00 4 00 Pure Apple 85 150 300
Buck White . .. ....... .................. 75 1 50 3 00 Old Tennessee Apple 1 00 2 00 4 00
Sour Mash 4 years old ........ ........... 75 1 50 3 00 Grape Brandy 1 00 2. 00 4 00 3 3ldppy
5 years old .. ..... ................ 1 00 2 00 4 00 Cognac Brandy (dom.) 1 25! .,. 50 5 00
Stewart, 1832 ...... .. .................. 75 1 50 300 ,. k- Imported Brandy 1 50 3 00 6 00
Stewart. 1888 ..... ............... ...... 1 00 2 00 4 00 .. Imported Brandy, 8 years old 2 00 4 00 8 00
Belle of Ocala ...... ..................... 1 00 200 (00 Blackberry Brandy 75 1 00 1 50
Rose Dale Bourbon ........ ......... .. ... 1 00 2 00 4 00 'f prcakPs ca +r"u{
Bell of Andersen" :' Q E 17ET Gina
Wedding Bell ... ... ...... ............... 1 25 2 50 5 00 '
Old Crow .. .. ...... ........ ........... 1 00 2 00 4 00 .3- ": MM ? Qt Gal. GaL
James E. Pepper ...... .. ...... .......... 1 50 3 00 6 00 Anchor .. .. ..... ......................$ 50 Jl 00 |1 75t'i
XXXX Cabinet .... ....... .... ........ .. .. 00 00 800 Old Tom .......... ...................... 80 1 40 2 50
l Carmichael's Corker .... ......... ...... .. 1 25 2 50 500 ;; ?_.x. h gtbSa HollandSwan .. .... ..L" ..................... 100 2 00 4 60
) .. 4 years old .. .. .. .. ..... ............. 85 1,50 3 00
.' Corn Bell Imported ...... ...... .........'..'. 1 50 3 00 6 00
h .
Qt. Gal. GaLa

,. North Carolina ........ ... ......... .. ...$ 50 $1 00 $1 75 Rum
Very OldGeorgia ... .. ..... ... ................... 75 1 0 0" 00 Qt % Gal. Gal. 1
.... ......... SO 1 40 2 50
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.. 4 00. New England .... .. .. ... .. . ... ... .. .$ 80 $140 $% 50 '
........... 1 200 ;
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Stone Mountain 1 Same 4 years otd ...... ..... ............. 85 1 50 304 ; I
....... ....... 85 1 50 3 00 _
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Kentucky Old New England .... .. .. ..... .. ..... .... 1 00 2 00 404
Fern CliffWhite ....... ........ .............. ..... 85 1 50 2 75 Jamaica .... .. .... ........ ............ 85 150 3 0 t
Corn ...... ...... ................. 75 1 50 1 75 -- 1
: JIalt Ale and Cider .
Wholesale Dealers in Champaign strictly temper- '
F We are ance beverages; 10 dozen, delivered,$1O. !

1 B. C. BEER Ginger Ale packed eight, ten and twelve dozen to 'j
barrel; 75 cents dozen.

'" By Best the Beer American on Earth.Brewing Brewed Co.from, St. Louis imported, 3io.hops full Quart $1 I; 4 Qts. Delivered $4; 12 Qts. Delivered $11.! We Are Agents (for Indianapolis Brewing Co.'s Bottle Beer. fl flThe ::1..'j i


; We fill all orders on the day they ;
bit if to furnish your owning
t you want are received, and guarantee fcatisfac- '.

y [ send It to us by express prepaid, This whiskey is seven years old, pure and unadulterated, and well matured. It is distilled especially for medical and J tion. If you are not satisfied with
and wad us receipt (marked the goods at the price paid for them,
l exprena family use. Ko family can afford to be without it. We will, on receipt of :3.25, deliver, free of express charges, Four Full
Plid) with your order, and deduct 25 1 bring them back and your money will
1" Quart Bottles, packed in wooden box, with no mark except your address on box. For $2 we will deliver two quarts as above. 1yN' be refunded.
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: Thousands Hate Kidney Troubleand TIMES-UNION CONTEST OVER. ]!I PRESIDENTIAL CHANCES FOR 1904. tIn Elwood Johnsou, of LeRoy, Mr. and -

Don't Know it. Mrs. J. Munroe Smith, Mr. Walttr i 0

t How To Find Out. St. Petersburg Wins Over Ocala- the 1-ctoral college" there will Ray, Mr. F. P. Tbagard, Ocala,

Fill a bottle or common glass with your be at the iirst election 476 \'otesj andit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Veal Mr.aud Mrs. .
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; i a Pretty one and Made will require 239 to secure an tlecliou. Will Veal, vir. and Mrs L. C. Bell,

sediment or settling Paper Popular. The probable division, based. Mr. aud Mrs. Newcomb Barco Irs'l' "THE PAIN IGNG."

R indicates an Special: to Tampa Tribune. L. b.: Blal'kind Miss Alice
ou the recent elections, will be as follows ,
unhealthy condition I Those who have ever felt its keen, cutting pains, or witnessed intense
cf the Jnck ouvile; Dec. 7.-The Times- : Mr. W. P Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. C.
kidneys suffering of others, know that Rheumatism is torture, and that it is rightly
w. ; if it stains Union's voting/ contest, for the -l.-c- HEPl7 BLICAlI'S. I,. Bittineer and daughter and bliss called "The King of Pain."

your evidence linen of it kidney :b lion of commi-siouers to represent CaliforLia Louise Moody, of OCIiI I All do not suffer alike. Some are suddenly seized with the most excrucia. I -

m I trouble: tao that paper at the St. Louis: Expositionnext Colorado .5 The young people are very popular t: ting pains, and it seems every muscle and j joint in the l body was being torn i

> frequent desire to year, closed! tonight'at midnight, eUun\\'lil'ut. .......... ........ ..7 in community and were the re-j j asunder. Others feel only occasional slight pains for weeks or months, when !

.. -.'- }'V pass it or pain! in and the final count vsas made. The Delaware ........ .. .................... .3 cipieutsof many rxi.-tlleiit awl serviceable a sudden change in the weather exposure to damp, chilly winds or nightair I

--that-- the back is alsoconvin.ing result, is as follows, the first named Idaho .. .....................................3 press 1<1. I I brings on a fierce attack, lasting for days perhaps and leaving the patient
proof the kidneys and blad with a weakened constitution or crippled and deformed for all time.
, der are out cf order. youuu ladies being chosen the com- Illino s ....................................:27 The Ocala Banner extends to them j An acid polluted condition of the blood is the cause of every form and

i what to Do. issiouerb. : ... Iowa ....... ....... ................13 its best wishes for happiness and Tariety of Rheumatism! Muscular,Articular, Acute, Chronic, Inflammatoryand

, There is comfort in the knowledge so WEST COAST. Indiana ......... .. . ... .. .15 length of years.Our I Sciatic, and the blood must be purged and purified before there is an

i often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.i Miss A Kansas ........ ............._......10Maine sad to your aches and pains. External applications, the use of liniments and
the !nts
Root, great kidney remedy fulfills Rogers/: HI. Petersburg,
wish in curing rheumatm: : pain in ever the' 30,3i5. ........... .............. .......6Ma&sadiuetta Beautiful Language. plasters, do much toward temporary relief but such treatment does not reach

i back kidneys, liver. bladder and every part! i1H! tiara !' : .. ......................15 A boy who swins may sty he's the real cause cleanse the diseased blood ; but S. S. S., the greatest of all
Harris !
j of the urinary passage. It corrects inability Ocala 25,408. Michigan>( .......... .. ...................11 swum, but milk U skimmed a n blood purifiers and tonics,does cure Rheumatism by antidoting and neutralizing e

to hold water and scalding pain in pass .g EAST COAST. Minnesota . . ........... .. .11 seldom skurn and uaiN you trim, the poisonous acids and building up the weak and sluggish blood. It is
It, or bad effects following\ use of liquor, Miss Lillian Thomas. Jacksonville safe and reliable in all forms Rheumatism. makes
wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant 114,708. : Montana . ... ............. ..... .3 they are not trum. the old acid blood rich, and the pain-tortured muscles 1

necessity of being compelled! tc go often Miss r1Jrlt.okll.:. .............. ........... . .8 When words }'ou.Bpeak. those:" and joints are relieved, the shattered nerves are

: during the day. and to get up many times Edith Pye, Jacksonville\ Nevada ................ .... .... .. .. ..3New words are spoken but a nose is tweak. made strong, and the entire system is invigorated and

daring ordinary the effect night.of The Swamp.Root mild and the extra- 84,432. Hampshire ... ............... .. 4New ed and can't be twoken, aud what toned up by the use of this great vegetable remedy.If .

realized. !t stands the highest for its i is soon MIDDLK AND WEST. Jersey ................... .. 12 you seek is never sokeu. you have Rheumatism, write us, and our physicians furnish with-

cures of the most distressing cases.wonderful Miffs Mamie lUudall, S&mpala, 29-, North Dakota ......... .. .............4 The good one sells ae always sold, out charge any information desired, and we will mail free our book oa

If you need a medicine you should have the 394. Ohio ............ . . .. ... .23 but fears dispelled are not dispold, Rheumatism. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

Vest. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$I. sizes. Mi-s Lula Ulster Bird, Monlicello, Oregon .......... .. .......... .. .. ..........4 iior what you suiell! is never smoled. --- -.- --
You may have a sample: bottle of this 18,413.
wonderful discovery. Utah .......... ............. .......... ,. ,3 When young a top you oft saw

and a book \a.\ tellstnoreaboutItbothsent i .11.. ... ,.:::_ The. closest rir" was in the West I Vermont ..........._............... .4 spun, but did you bee a grin e'er grunor GIN PHOSPHATECURES
Coast division, where Mies
[' -I :':' Rogers Washington .. ................... .. .5 a potato neatly skun?-LondvnTitBit

, ; absolutely free by mail, I li and Miss Harris remained dote together Pennsylvania ,. ....................34 *: J
address Dr. Kilmer & Home or the Miss
I Co., Binghamton. N.Y. When writing 8wamp-Roo men- Harris throughout led content.but Miss South lUkota ... ................. .4 Coughing- Spe'llcausedDeath. I Bladder TROUBLES

ion reading this generous offer in this paper. Sunday morning, 'Veot'lIginia ....... .... ................7
Rogers again uaiued. the 1t'1\111I11 Sunday -
"Harry! Duckwell, aged 25 years
-- ------- -- night's count In today's \oting, Total ...... .. .... .. .........27 chocked to death early yesterday n s

The Object of Farmers Institutes.To :\li.4 Rowels! gut nearly tiOMvotes( ( ) DEMOCRATS.: morning at his home, rn th.- presenceof

the Editor of the Ocala Banner. and finishing: m-nily I 5,01)1) ahead. Ala bllllllL ............................. ....11 his wife and child. He contracteda

Tbeobject In holding Fanners' In-I \rkhUri ............ .............. .9 slight> cold a few days ago and paid

stitutes iu diflereut (parts of the West Coast Winners are Very Pop. Florida ....... .. ...................... .....5 but slight attentiou to it. Yesterday o ..:-- "-'."..

the of belter Georgia ........... . ........... .13Kentucky morning he seized with .tit of "l'
is to spread gospel agri! ular Here. wa a in
culture. .. .. .... ... .............13 coughing which <'onuuu.-d some p s ed -* "i 0
The between Miss I
The state, as well at the United race AwesIt"gtr.of I Louisiana ....... .................. .9 time. HU wife bent fur a physician", 'i 3

States depirtment of agriculture, i is tt.! Petersburg, and Miss.Sara I' Maryland- ..... ... .. .. .. .. .8 but before be could arrive Mother an'I I 0p4v
: : of Oj'ila!! aroused much
doing valuable service to agricultureby ;\Ij".t".j ippi! .......... ... .. ..........1 0 coughing spell came ou .u.' Duus- :
iutereri here both candidates heinz
making discoveries and working! Missouri .. ...........................1SNew well died from 8ulrletiln.Louis: f/J" I i IJ
popular HU t having loyal friends
out better methods in agriculture.It very York ........ .. .........39 Globe-Democrat, Dee. 1, ISwl. B1I.lard's l c
who supported them to the List.,, MissRogers j I
: U to get these me'hods! audoi..coveries | North Carolina . . . ... .. .12Rliode ': Snow Liniment uouln!'i hive 6 I I i ,
: is on. of Florida's mo-t charming -
before the people that we are :! I.-hnd .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .4 Saved' him. 2c. 50i5. and il W at m 0I
\\o urn and Mis-i Harris is
holding these Farmers' meeting* in the gifted young daughter Elltor Frank South Can-Una .. .... .. .. .. .9 Anti- lo'1OI'oly Drug Store in I II :J tmml I I ft t

lew ftriuer Tennessee . . .". .. .. .. .. 12 I "Ia r
each county. Only a H-uri-sof the 0 -ala H, The I '
and uller. Texas . .. . .. .. . 18 Mr. W. H. Gist, of Mdntoti, wa I )t\ ) :.
; read the agricultural papers\ avery I I -t
West section with thene vb.tnu-
Coat oI"/
few are Hole to attend the Auri-. Virginia .. ........... .. .. .. .1'' among Oeal.i's victors Saturday. He L /fin i JI >:cd5455'SP<<'fic ;
tub young I ladies at St. Louis will thinks the oranges in th .-eetion i I '0"".,...., ?/-'J a

:. cultural colleges and visit ihe Experiment cerltinly he charmingly represented. Total . ...... ....... . .. 202 escaped unhurt and gener :.y is in .7 ;J tro}>I";(oIno1Ol74c1t 1 I n ,
Stations, hence, it is thought j I O j ..... I .
There are two states in the democratic tine spirits. Hesajsthat Mr. Gaits- I-Y'1-.r-.--Y.---.-...., o I'1
talk the farm
best to t'l\IllUt'n to to *
This the seasen cf the year when list which are more certainly kill! and himself hive ju-t r ceived ; y. :::-:::: ::::::.:=
about better methods u; a 'utiut.. --
ers the pni'teit and careful housewife repuJi.ii'.." i.iaii democratic in a national twenty-five fine Kentucky calve, j I
These men are 'rt'l in the !nits ir. 1 !
exp replenishes her supply of Chamberluu'x J t-It'I'ulJu-Xl'w York anti Rhode\ thoroughbred and graded tiio: k, audare 1 ?' \ 1

they represent.All t Cough; R-iuedy. It is ..certainlo I-an! i, the largest and f:1IJLllpft very proud of them. 'Uey are 'I I ) C.aG 4MTI0 !i

expenrsof these meetings: are be needed before the winter i is over state iu the Union, with joint electoral working to give Marion county a ,
1 paid l>y the state appropriation and vi.v of 41: Tao list is i submitted i
and resulis are much more piomptami reputation and incidental.v. .themselves 1!
c farmers invery ('OUUI .shoul I avail satisfactoryheu", il is kept at that: guy oue who cares to make a competency.: Itoth of these Strauss Company
them-elves! of this C'lnl1' to have I
f lt
out uuoiher list to suit himself has
!I baud awl given as soon MS the cold is gentlemen think Florida i" the greatest
experts eotuetotheircuuuty ami tell i C'lIIractrll! and before it has become at ('OllI<1liu'l the eiectorial vote of state in the Union. I ..
of the latest discoveries pertaining to I
t Item.A .
each t.latt'-X. O.
j settled iu the \Ielli.", In almost I -- '-
) tbatcouniy.
theeroiagrowl j everyuStaue: a severe cold may bewarded I McIVER and ,1ACKAI
Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
We like to have some I l-mal men put More Than a
j .1V by taking: this remedy I
on the program when it i is ix s-il.le, as .\. H. Tliunies, a well known coal
tint indication oft
| freely as soon as the
this gives more life to the mHin Everyone in attendance I has Uie been atllwleJ ith and bladder
Y. giving it to children for it eoutainsnoh'.rn.fnl \ $ MILLION DOLLARS $
privilege asking questions of tne I I for
l substance. \' is pleasant. t<. trouble years pissiug! gravel or
>eakers aud have them di-M-u su. h with 1
] take both adults and children like it. bioue'> excruciating pain. got
questions as they are capable\ ufo't' I' no relief from medicines t until I began
and will
Buy it i I'U gel : of Florida Capital
hare interest iu this mutter other guar-
no always cures For sale by all druggists Liking 1-olfj'a Kidney Cure, then the i
than the up-building of the farming I re.iultvas prising.: A few doses 'this
lill..llllt'llicine m antees
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interests in the stale. dealers started the brick dust like tine stoned : pure vegetable
These meetings are held upon request I D.)wie's creditors say that as baJlyin''ttl'elill' and now I have no pain across my remedy to cure or

of the farmers. Send in Ii re. the Prophet is in financial kidneys aue I feel like a new man. I II -

quest that the superintendent may matters they had rather trust him It has done we a thousand dollars Have a full stock of Collins. Caskets money back. .

t .' have plenty time to arrange a meet than the co-irts. That surely is a worth of good. I'ostoffiee Drug aud Burial Outfits. Special given to

4 C. M. COXXKK The Store. m
ing. little rough on our judiciary. rial services.

\ Supt. Farmers' Institute. ermine: does not seem to bear a ppot-
Brilliant Wedding at Cotton Plant. I
\ loss reputation iu Zion City. to Order Cures: I\
1 Lake City Fla. One of the most interesting events Embalming
--. .. that has occurred in social circles at Catarrhal affection of the 1
Cotton PUut in many years was the nasal passages, bronchial U 1

J. F. EDVVARDS'BIG marriage of Mr. W. Newberu, theioj.ular tubes, lungs, kidneys,

I railroad agent: at LeRoy and bladder and stomach.Nervous '

WHISKEY HOUSE Miss Minnie Miller, the accomplished -Ulf Also

daughter of ex-Editor C. Y. Miller, .t

i Gainesville and Ocala Fla.. of The Leltoy.marriage occurred Sunday 'V6 2O

t OSli --- 0 night at (St. Johns church which had
I been handsomely and elaborately Indigestion vr4 -

a Q i "'1 decorated for the occasion by tbe J Jt7 .y .' v12Q& .14( 1a .y I

2 friends of the young couple. Consumption, or any diseases 1( yi i

n I c = The bride looked lovely in white of the niucuous d 0 tI t

: !:.Oa: silk and her fair attendants were r X61afj00 membranes. ., 3 3et
IrJ.So = e.
'I'I'c (IJ CPI similarly gowned and all carried
'i- Q
I >bouquets pink roses which were

m ...ro the exquisite handiwork of Mr. $ ''tPRrc ,
0 -
2 0 f -Q,;. Heinz of the Ocala Greenhouse. IL t ,,

:i-3.Q .0:!. JooP'O n i Hon. H. W. Long, as notary public, ; As a Tonic
"""' 0. ,. t I using the ritual of the Methodist ti &Th I

.e church, united the bonds that made it gives appetite, builds MANUFACTURED ONLY by
., [ PRI[ ill
"es- I I h. the lives of these young people one, the system, banishes that TROPICAL MANUFACTURING l 1

o I 4 w ana no Bishop ever performed a marriage tired feeling, makes the 5 JACKSONVILLE. uzsY t

O I FAMOUS AXIIKUSEK 1IV8CH IIEEUFINE service more impressively", or weak strong and happy.

. I L - - .-- with greater solemnity. CHAS. E. BLUM & COMPANY i

r WHISKIES and BRANDIES After the happy nuptials the bridal 517 and 519 W. Bay St. Sold and Guaranteed b y TjUingt<< ; ate ('o., \ull-loIIUIHJI)' J
WINES, party and friends proceeded to the Store
Gin tt.. .. ......_ d. .oo Drug;
..___._--$1.15 My$4 n.n.i.
$2.00 Rye' or Bourbon, at_._...... "*" :=.00 My :2.6o North Carolina Corn at.... ....... l.xj hospital home of the father of the Jacksonville, fla. --- -
Myljo My Joo .. ........_...... 2.56 My 1,50" "" M'f" Dew" Corn" at.. a.oo bride and partook of a feast that IL .:-__.::
__ __ ? 3.00 My 3.00". .. .. .. l.oo r
My 400 .____ __'__...-...: 1.75 M 4.00 Ii .. '..ooMy would have been eulogized by Dr.
Myt.MGlnat. ... .... j oo My 4.oo New England Rum at ....... ..Ia
; Samuel Juhnson the famous English
Yy -- ,
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The Jug and Kcg'Trade i Matte n- Special Feature epicure. Real Estate! WE EAT MEATTo I

the cost oJ jugs. Half-gallon jugs, 1
orders always send enough to rover others who at
tending your Among were present
gallonjug.25c:3-gallonjug,35C j i kegs S1. grow strong. Uol_ we get
.gallon .15c2:
lid more whiskey aDd better whiskey than any ou'sejn Floridabecause I give good.ao this famous dinner were Mr. anti Mrs. Real Estate! I Iit
and full 'r good meat we may AS .HII lt
tatgooda alrialorderwilIcon.Inceyou'that"we measure are the pennle" Term seashwiththeorder.Yoursanatoulapleae. Newbern, bride and groom, Mr. and 1 4 t Irn

!r / J F. EDWARDS. Mrs. C. Y. Miller, parents of the : + alone. There U no tre gth I

bride,Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Newbern, Your wants in this line for I : 't .Y 4i' in tough meat-ioetead ofgif-

:,t parents of the groom, Mr. Lee New ; I ing it tabs strength to digest
JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, bern and Miss Lizzie Newbern, brother City or County Property, EQ ( t.. .tc it. It pays to Le careful to

p and sister of the groom, Messrs.
Groves etc. can -, buying meat-be sure to get
National Bank James and Joseph Hudgens, Miss Orange (
The First :'i1.t .r the best Under and ehek!
Pearl Avery, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. be supplied. Special attention m \

Long, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, grand- Pay a little more If anti t* tad

OF GAINESVILLE.The mother of the bride, sat the table of given rentaccounts. m : put something In your utomteh

honor. The others were Mr. and :Mrs.
e, c le w % 4 which will put flesh on yeur
Hollandsworth and daughter, Anna, t1 L, tyS. ''t n :
Only Chartered. Bank in Alachua County. of Dunnellon, Misses Lucile and ;d4:, s,4t y',Jir, bones and strong blood in your

Belle Bates, ,, granddaughters of Mr. F. W. DITTO heart.EDWARDS .

Capital . . . .. .$50,00000 Long, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sanders, ,
't.. Profits. . 20,000 00 I I BROS.
Surplus and Undivided Dunnellon, Miss Mary Love, of Jacksonville -

Ikea exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank iu the niece of Mrs. Long, Ray- Real Estate and Insurance Stall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. i
Merchants Corporations, I
the accounts ot Farmer, ,
!It&ttHalicts mond Newtern, brother of tbe groom,
All business
r Etc i tuteiwt allowed transacted by special promptly.arrangement. hiss Eftie Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Ocala, -- Fla. ...:=. Si'i'J! ---

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j" STILL SPREADING OUT. Our Sick. Ocala Visitors. -.. ..

Oeiila's, sick are rapidly Improving. Besides those already named we
To Cure Cold in One Day
F lion. W. Haislt-y was able to be noted the folowing: visitors, in our a .
the Wonderful Growth of an Ocala
on the streets Tuesday much to the city Tuesday, viz: Theoplulu-i Williams >*
r i ir l"dustrJ-Ind Still It Grows delight of his friends.Mr. James W. Sanders:; Early Bird; Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. PlI on every

r Our Cold Storage Plant. Ctiace Crane has resumed his Henry Gordon, Frank Lyons, J. H.Willmgham Seven Million boles sold fa pest 12 months. This signature, (9.c /7'D>IrT 'box.25c.

E A representative) of the (gala ILinuer : place at the postotthe and is! iuiurov Albert (Stevens, J. J,

Katunlay iu his rouuds htrollnl inK Uily.llev. Watkins. Dr. Grimth Dunnellon ;
Benjamin J. C. Porter is HO much improved Jus. N, Nelson, Caudler; Mrs.: Fred
into the cfllce of Mr. Htrmau
x that, his daughters hive Lucius, Evans LuciU", Summertield,
the genial and gentlemanly
thought it safe to leave him and Miss M r. and :\Ir!!. R. J. Knight, Crystal
manager! of the Ea..t Florida Manufacturing Thi Formula tells the story :
Bessie has resumed her studies! at Riter; Lenny Edward, Fairfield.

i On beinga.-ked Company.what was "doing"in Stetson University ardIrs. Collier Report -From---the--Reform----School.J. .
has returned+l to Tuscftlons! Grove's Chronic Chill CureNot
i t that end of the city, Mr ifcnjamiureplied Mr. Allen Hllg..rll has 1 been discharged (1. Gluck. superintendent( J'runtytown -
"Come and let me show you. W. \11.
de-1 1t by physician and will be writes: 'Vt-r tmcgall a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, made of
Everybody in tie meat lacking other advertiser
= out just as soon as the weather clears cough me i i.j i ors Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
1- pirtment was busily engaged) weighing we have decided t" use Foley's II"iey

j t up aid storing meats which the up.)Ir. James IJ. Carlisle!! was! better and Tar exclusively iu the West Virginia Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

citizens of the surrounding country I Tuesday than at any time since his Reform :chat). I find it the Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA ,
brought iu by the loads: all day most
wagon lint'clisnd
"t 1 long. The excellent cold storagefacilities illness will auil soon unless be he able has to some setback ebi. Poet office Drug abr-olutuly Htore. lurm-m It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

C'; oilered by this concern are resume T5e Best General Tonic. No Cure No Price SOc. i
not surpassed f anywhere, and the again. Mr. President Roosevelt i is lying low ii if i
; )Ir. James. Gates, who has been about Panama
It i i-t
advantages i
farmers are not low to see the mi rich a f
confined to his home for MO long a theme for talk ,
wht'remt" by him as suicide
of having a place race ---- -- -- -- - -
time, ia back behind the counters of ,
b can le kept at all times regardlevof I good citizenship! and other ,
the Tea! Pot grocery, which we know moral topics on whK'h
the conditions of the weather. he finds no one i
will be gratifying news to his host of to his j
There is now in storage double the utterances .. THE t
(riend:;. ,- i
quantity of meat that! there was at \\'e
are infor1nt'tllhat I
Mrs. Raymond Bullock is no worse, owing to the i
this time lat year. Who will dispute failure to
but we regret to bay is no better. nuke'engagernents at other iI
the fact that Marion county is a
(ieneralllobert Bullock, who bade places contemplated, Rev. J. "'m.
pork raiding county? Jones, D. n. has I
the misfortune to have three of his declined to come to CABLE COMPANY'One .1
tt The facilitie-for{ ; manufacturing tc Florida this time
ribs broken,continues to make baude h a great
and furnishing "bli//ard: air" for the
disappointment to Dieki
Home improvement.A "on Chapter,
cold storage houses are not Jar U. D. C. of Oeala.

enough, and a new :tit).ton ice machine Frightened Horse -- -

and a !large: ('orli. engine are now Running like mad down the street Mr. L. Harri-on, of Jacksonville,

being placed in position to reinforcethe dumping the occupants or a hundred who looks after the claims against the of the Largest and Most Substantial in the
K. A. I,., wa ill town Saturday! in
present ones.! other accidents, are every dty
IL Deeming it limitary:: to Lave more rence It behooves OCl'ur-t j connection with the damis-e suit t

: protection against fire than the cily have a reliable salve handy and there brought against that company by T. i

I' .i water works rumbLed the company is none as good as Bucklen's{ Aauicatialve. J. Leitner and dau hter. United States I I'I

;: is now engaged in putting In three Burns cuts, sores!,eczema and For Salo at a Bargain.

r: inch water pipes (from the artesianwell piles disappear quickly under its House and lot of E. C. Hood in 'H1"1: .1" ;C f

< r to different portions' of the !soothing etlect. 25c. at Antimonopoly third ward now occupied by E. W.

'" F ; work*. New Lose and other ilre- Drue Store and Tydings and {;IJ.m Davis, for sale at a bargain, for cash.

1 t r fighting paraphernalia already uu -- Apply to R. G. Wright, Oxford, This Company Manufacturesand
The Atlantic Coast Line
the and when now
ground they
; get everything Fla. 121 1m dewit's
N finished they will be well protected : operates: dining car service between -- -

agalnsl! the fire fiend. I Ic Jacksonville and New York, and it r Sells Direct the
continues to otter the ,
_ .' The street leading from North Magnolia : : public a For You !*
forty minutes
street to the works is being
:.1 i coated with lime and clay. J Ir.L quicker to Washington and New
York than any other line.
Benjamin says the farmers shall not

'.,. drive Into Ocala for mites! on a goodbard Mr. Irwin Reardon is! in the city Ii
Lt Gonover Cable
I: '
\. ey road and get stuck in the .saud I for a few days on his way to Savannah t Kiijgsbury at

" ,; within our corporate limits, so be is where he has accepted a )position

: ,.}, having this street iput down at big as billing clerk iu the olliceof the

;. i.}!: own expense.Verily A. C. L. railway.iiie.

; > ." Ucala i i- -o-v lug.Ballard'sIHorohound --- -----,--- Schubert '
I a Wellington
I _> --- -
.t, Syrup. Watch KidneysWHEN

,, .h Immediately relieveshoar.se, croupy .

cough, oppressed, rattling, respi.. rib' THEY ARE
1 ;.z and difficult breathintr. Henry C. I IN DANCER I

it Stearns, druggist, ShulUburg, Wisconsin I PIANOS !

writes, Miy .'' 1901. "1 ha\e A WORD OF WARNING The Great Healtl) Drin .

j, ,; been selling Kallard's Horehound

t rjruj> iorNUyCat.iauU: have nevrr I Dr. ABEKNETHT, the great English

had a preparation that has given better physician and surgeon, well known to all

'\\t satisfaction.** I notice that when I I physicians, sounded words of warning to Dispensed at all Soda Fountains '''':;;''
r J sell a bottles they come: back for more. the medical profession and to all mankind ;

.: I can honestly recommend it. .) when hi uttered the words: "il'atc6Aa I
<, 50c. and ;f 1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug kidneys, ; when they an affectti lift it METTO; Syrup input up for Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times,
s : a
in danger." mixing with ice water in the
Stare and
Tydiugs and Co. m
: t __ _ It is the duty of these summer time and with hot
organs to keep
:-' *. John Fox, Jr., on the Trouble of ear blood strained of poisonous impurit! water in the winter time. send us order all and

V.. t } Dress. that are capable of causing the most fatal Specially: adapted to family your we pay expenses

i forms of disease.! W ken do use, either as a beverage or AtallE"
they not
Ou of his perform
1 tni* throughthe
: drink, taking the
their work placeof
Kentucky properly,then trouble !t
1 r mountainper: tome form is sure to follow sooner later tea, coffee, etc. guarantee satisfaction
formed by John Fox, jr., or %
; and If neglected,death will follow.
r in "
pursuit of "local color, he

.. I stopped over night at a cabin, where Some of the most important sjmptoai Prices for syrupl.2 pint, tic.I .

.: i i t, he slept up next to the clapboards are, aching in the back or hips, swollea 1 quart, Toe. 1.2 gallon' $1.35,

i and went don u a ladder to breakfast. furred ankles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or 1 !gallon( f.50. J. A. JORDAN Manager

+ ; He washed his face in a creek below tongue, unnatural appetite and TrimeetiousTwo tables poonfulsu.scd Tampa Branch
treat thirst weakness and loss of
t the house, and dried it weight to glass
on a siding of sediment :: a : : of water.
> cotlee sack hung against the logs for or cloudiness la the urine, dry- Costs less than .?'c. a glass
Dee of the skin
: family use, and combed his hair with or strong persplratioa, 1113
disorders of the stomach and liyel.I Franklin St FloridaFern
S his own comb before a piece of brokenglass ,. All the above symptoms do TROPICAL "WFICTURING CO, / / Tampa,
I I1Q'pp.U
r daubing.stuck between the chinkingaml i' In any one case, and all kidney dlsordsn Jaeksennlle, Florida

As he will not present the same symptoms. I'uraJt- hj Sid K.
was making his toilet he was There Whalt-J',
a f closely observed by the small buy i.f nothing that so quickly aid "1'. {TICO.\ler.. (', I1.. Taylor.lo .
surely makes the
h the family, Will was clothed) in a KIDNEY COED kIdney.right as FoL=r'e 'tollirel>rii;; More anil In- Hill Ry'e"That
a preparation of the
of ti-iuoiiopl Drug More.m .
pair pants bitched
a best known
r m'dt'II1189d!
I the '
by world's
-. hickory Hhirt with "
I r' one "gallus" fastened most celebrated kldney.peciallts. It k Good Whisky
by a nail. Shoes aud hat were endorsed U ott&\\t nRl.
R I r by physicians and used by thoa
i' lacking, and his hair hadn't beta -
< sands. It --
has saved
f Combed
for six
S weeks. He
watched ,
the visitor cannot cure hopeless cases, it will pre H .ROSENTHAl SONS DISTILLERS
so closely that Mr. Fox
rent fatal kidney troublaa ,
thought he was making an excellent and give relief ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I In even the last
tit f stages of kidney dlieue. (Office
impression on the ID Gary-Agaew Block.)
A* be put on the last: touch the boy.. Pustoflice Drug Store. OCALA.----- 4 FLORIDA STRAUSS & CO, DISTRIBUTORSOCALA

a t- : unauie to contain uimself longer, Public Notice. -- U D. FULLER,_ FLORIDA.

SS r. broke in: The publn hereby warned that I .
; "Say, Mister," he inquired, "ain't will pay no orders given on me from -- -- --
t Over Muaroe&Chambb ank,Ocala,Fla,
you a good deal of trouble to yourself any |>raou whomsoever unless such

r ?"-The Reader Magazine. person bus written authority from me J M. THOMPSON. n r McMillan Bros 0 .

authorizing them to make such orders.

s r Boys Life Saved From Membraneous Ocala Fla., Dec. I, 1903. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
14: -It Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp,MonUiuma.OCALA. .
Croup. C. J. JOHNS. .

!ly".. C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen For Rent. FLA. Southern Copper \Vorks

01'inchl'Mter, lud., writes, my Twenty acres rich hammock land, VDWIN+ SPP--; =ER._ Seeds

little boy had a severe attack of membraneous near town, under good fence, ready f cost moreyieM! more-
and for immediate cultivation. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
croup only got relief Good saveallexpertmentugsavedisappaintments -
after onion, cabbage! and OCALA 7-S-y FLORIDA. 48 Manufacturers
taking Foley's Honey and Tar. Apply at this oflice. 1 potato land. .ear-the Standard Seeds. of Turpentine Stills
He got relief after taking one dose 1014 fold by all dealers 1904

and I feel that it saved the life of my Fer Sale. i J E. CHASE, tva Seed!> applicants.D. Annual postpaid. free

boy." Refuse; substitutes Postoflbe Thirty five acres rich hammock i DENTIST 11. FERRY & CO., and General Metals Workers.

Drug Store. m laud near Ocala. Twenty acres OCALA, FLA Detroit. Mich. .
under fence and
ready for immediate

[ A young astronomer, Torna:so kinds.cultivation. Good for trucking of all CARLOS L. SISTKCNK. --- OldJStills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
F: Apply at this oflice.
Indl, living in 10 14
has invented through the
'S ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. country a specialty. Orders by mail or
S !l. an apparatus that magnifies 2T 000 ft cure a call in ene day Jerry Burnett wire will
times I Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. S 33 I receive prompt attention at either of the
and it will soon be kuo rn Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- ____
1I 1-- -- ---- follrwing works ..
whether or not there is a man in the lets. All druggists refund the money I

t moon or if it is really true that Mars I. if it fkiles to cure. E. W. Grove's Merchant

a i. i is inhabited. signature i is on eacb box.-25c DR. E. T. ALLEN, MD. FAYETTtVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

t A glass or two of water taken half Fifty Wanted. Eye and Ear SpecialistIn Tailoring. JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
men to
tS work at mill and
an hour before breakfast will { on
I < usullay I farm -
t keep the bowels! regular. Harsh Ocala Every

f t rt I! 1 .. a cathartics purgative should is needod be ,avoided.take Chamber When:: \'eueer Also a machine.good sawyer Apply who to can run a THURSDAY.MONTEZUMA Ocala, Florida. e WORMSI'- WHITE'S CREAM '

J liiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets. B. MALLOY, Imported and VERMIFUGE!

They are mild and ll.13.60d. Anthony, Fla] Domestic Cloths. ____________________ ___ lo.tiJIQuutity. BeotlaQualilJ.
gentle in their --------------------------
Action. For sale by all druggist and FOLEYSKIDNEYCUR For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies .

medicine dealers. m TAR Cutting a SpecialtyFits !SOLD "Bf .A.IiI :33Zlt7OOZSlZe.
.F Hakes Kldnavs and Bladder Bfoit: top>the Prepared By---.,r JAMES I
1 cough and! *! lungf Guaranteed. F... BALLARD_. St.. LoulsJ
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:Martel, Fla., Nov. IS, 1903.

'I' "Loid of Hosts" Made Him Governor Jennings and Hon. Jno. iji.e.eHoIida To Having all to whom been notified it may concern that the: psb-

I :i; GOVirnor-A Remarkable Letter. N. C. Stockton spoke at Palatka licbridge across the \VithlacootheeRiver

I Wednesday:! night. Dunuellon Fla. .
iHon. Beujamiu Putnam Caluoun, I at is in" dangerous -
conditioo and whereas
The speaking wag very freely advertised the
for the 8th judicial commissioners of Marion and
jrgtjteB attorney 4 : *j
but the subject matter of the Citrus counties have eontrieteti with *

.circuit, writes the following remarkable distinguished orators fame aa kind OXK lOZi8175.. I the Converse Bridge Company of -

letter to the P latb Herald: of surprise.Mr. !I Chattanooga, Tenn., to erect a good

.'"" Editor of the Times-Herald. :-5tockton'8 speech was very conservative FIVK: nOzF.ii7'.oo.,; and substantial bridge across naidrner.
To be '_ .. I in !lieu of the aforesaid bridge,
tj deeply appreciate jour great very moderate, very mild, /* II I II I and whereas said Bridge Company

and it is said from start to finish he I has notified me that th'y are doingall

!fourtw. >y in peruiiUinK me to use the ,I Ieolulllus lid not use an epithet or a harsh Games I I that H in their power to htve the

of jour true and tried newa- phrase, and dispensed with his pepper plans! apmticatiom approved by
the proper government omViitU and
ppf'f 10 say bouiethiug in relation to box altogether.But that they have reasons 'o believe! that

'thtf candidacy of Oov. \V. t. Jennings when Governor Jennings arose!: PabstBeer -one 60 different in each games-all new of they will have 8\i.1 bridge eot>ipleted

and bowed his re lJect..oI to those who package by January 1st, 1904
for the United Btates Benatorship, 1 This id to notify all to whom it may
graced the occasion with their presence I
I do not know I Lion Coffeeat concern, that said bridge fir-t above
Specially as your
it was discovered that: Mr. :Stockton ::) Jiar.vILIv I Ii mentioned i is condemned as being

-rlewil on this sul-ject, or that you had leased him the pepper box, i I unsafe and dautrerous and that the

lD dore wine. And right here I will and that gentleman immediately began your Grocer's. county eommisioners aforesaid will Ii

"' to put it into use.: ---- -- _____ not be responsible for any damages to
this article ---
writer of was h
.y that the person property of any person or
Mr. !Stockton did word
"what b known as "Jennings man" not sa.yone For Sale. I persons who may u.-e aid bridge in
against the governor, nor did the gov- iU dilapidated and dangerous condi

(long before he became governor, and erner say one word against Mr. Stockton Ism Beautiful home; splendid fruit I tion. The Messrs Camp. of Dunnel-

ilsq before he had any gifts of office but immediately began to saturate ,tIaIj and lon, agreed to place a that at paid
trucking lands, alo tine stock bridge in case it Iwame unsafe before -
Ito bestow upon his friends. It wad Mr. Taliafeno (who was absent: ) cattle. the new bridge was completed.H. -

with the contents of the box. f W. Love

'-.J mo nleasure.r aided by- Mr. J. H. Governor Jennings. attacked. air.Taliaferro's JY. 11 13 4i. :. A,. CTZirS: Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. ,Fla.

r Col. H. M. de Montmollin I Attest:-8. T. SISTRUNK
Jlerryday, ,
I : record, and said that he Always Sparr, Fla.
11 21 Clerk.
'?, and our beloved and lamented friend, had done nothing to curb the trusts; PTr:11- '

r Benjamin Urooms (who has an- had done nothing to show that he rl oL1 ARTICLES 0;= INCORPORATION AND

was in sympathy. with the movement : jJ THE PROPOSEDfcCHARTER OFA NOTICE.
i i. wered the last great roll call), and : for BROWN ABRO. INC. }
to elect United States senators by a I

|!:many other sincere and patriotic direct vote of the people, and really t", Pure An Dominance Providing for Gates, "

|t. Izeuof: Putnam county, to exert bad accomplished very little duringhis ?j fPHE UNDERSIGNED: INTENDING AND Guards or Other Devices to be plli'I,
J. proposing to organize a Corporation under : ed Adjacent to the iiailroad Tracks
pour utmost endeavor in behalf of his five year term of service iu the general corporation laws of the state of I Crossing North Magnolia Street
I : ,
Florida, and the amendments thereof, hereby '
if. candidacy for the governorship of the the senate of the United tt.teol. i make and publish the following articles of and to Prescribe Duties and Penalties

f: coiumouwealth of Florida and right With a republican occupying the I I. association and proposed charter: in Relation Thereto. .. .
,,1. ov FIHST-The imeof the corporation shall be
.sorely did we regard our failure to executive mansion ; with republicans!: .... .,; ._ =:_f- IE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY com j
.(.r ; : OM HAKKDI10 A BROWN & BRO. INC.. I) ol ol the City of Ocala
obtain fur him a delegation to ther.itate in control of the senate and LOUM.-, it : Jfi 7 I
and its of business
-( principal place at Ocaia, Section i. tl shall be the duly of the railroad
convention. Rut, glory to the is not expected that even Mr. Jennings ';" ))()7.. Il)4.Strauss iUnou county Honda j jSJKCOJID company owning and using Ihe tracks crossing:
-The general nature of the businessto North Magnolia street in the ctty of Ocata
!tlx>rd of Hosts., from who'll all glories could revolutionize atldirs there "'- 3j be transacted by said corporation Honda within thirty da)a alter the passage of

he triumphed over all who oppo and pass all kinds of democratic ....... :t'- shall be the carrying un oi a whole- this ordinance to erect construct equip and
sale mercantile business and the corporation maintain on each side of said tracks at the
: ; ed him, and is "our governor" measures, but cotiM.Ieriu.5 that the shall have power to buy. sell and pledge merchandise said crossing above menllo led gates euard
I real and personal property including or other devices of a sinulai character that w-U j
,:today. And just a>! sure' as fate, 1 democrats are iu the minority the hares iu other corporations and deal generally protect and make the said cros-inu I safe lor the f!!'

predict be will be ihe next senator 1 present deletjuiou; in congress have j I as merchants. The corporation passage ot pedestrians and vehicles along the Ii'
shall have power to buy and otherwise acquire said sued crossing the :said railroad tracks.
I from Florida Washington.. In the accomplished results lii.it reilly commend construct maintain and operate pr \'atelnecs of And in the event 01 tai ure of the said railroad .

;J: bright lexicon of Juv. Jennings there I them to the good opinion of & Ca1 Ocala Ha.c and railroad<:construct and acquire.other means lease. of maintain transportation and operate erect.company equip using and and maintain owning y the>id said guards racks, gate to )

l f J8 no such word> fail. In the round I their con lila ..to!. ,. steamboats barges and other means of or other device as provide 1 ertin. within the .
I transportation along and over the waters of Silver time specified and for each day thereafter the i
!?...of our new born eighth circuit I Hud Ihe Indian war claims:, tuat have I Springs, silver Springs Run.and the OcLIawahaandsl agent, 5 rvent. or employe: of; sail company
Johns rivers and other navigable using or having charge of said tracks shall be,
it; many devoted, ardent and determined been hanging tire for fifty years, was!: waters lying within the state of Florida. The upon conviction thereof. punished by a fine oi '
-- -- -- --- --- ---- .
God-fearing men, who love their brought; to a (avorablettieinettt, the corporation shall have the ruht to carry on a not exceeding twenty five dollars or imprisonment '
uholtsae mercantile warehouse and transportation not exceeding thirty days. :1
, t. :Ute, their families and their firesides", :,surviving soldiers and survivingvid. I. G RAe E. I business, and all such other businessas Section 2 It shall be the duty of the said railroad .
is not inconsistent with the general purpose company to properly cloSe. open and care
F and who will follow the 'pLtess ow", solditrs of the Florida Indian and object of the corporation. for the said gates. guards or devices in order J

. plume of their selected knight across I wars were pensioned ; Hr.;er appropriations Successor to Central Lumber Co. TBIBD-The amount of capital stock authorized that insured the against safety of accident the tr in velm-r crossing public said may tracksat tit
and which will be issued by the
the ramparts of the opx'|' eitiou and for the improvement of Dealer In is seventy five thousand dollars, consisting company ofseven the point mentioned herein and it is further J
of said railroad
.; plant their standard of victory on the Florida's rivrrs aud luroori were received Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling, one hundred hundred and dollars fifty each.shares one of the hundred par valueof percent tracks the duty to ot:see the that agent said gates inh.nge are not closed at :

citadel of buceeMi. than in any simiLir period, and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. the organization oi' which shall of said be paid company in at in the cash.time and ot any train time.cars or except engine.during and then the passage for a period of any of t i'

.* I had wished remaiu silent fr a and as u-matter of any train. car. or enintie over the silo tracksexcept
perioi: m this caiupaiu, alreadyax- i is on record fivoriuttit- election of and nonassessable.FouaTHThe the regular passenger trains oo the
Turned Ballusters Newels Columns Door
Casings, and term for which the corporationshall main line entering and leaving said station ia. '
't jug hot, though prematuie, but I dunotcouut United States si-uator by a. direct I Window Frames Mantels Church Seats School exist: is ninety nine years.Fii.'ruThe which event said gate may he closed for a ;

Lint a mail: -a true, iiure; voteof the I peVrf, tie H tIll recoM as Pulpits, officers who will conduct thecompauv'sbainessuntil period not exceeding! minutes anyone '
the first annual time. Any watchman agent servant or em
Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I meeting -
right sort of a mau-who will sit favoring; eulirgiug the p iers of ihemterUie am constantly will be a president and secretary and ploye ot said railroad company having the said
commission and Lumber and fill orders for and treasurer. The annual! tueeuug of the stockholders gates guards. or other devices in charge who
his friend abuedand commerce : receiving can quantities
;: mutely by and hear any and directors lor the election of officers chall violate this section ol this ordinance shall

villifted ami >;r.>-*!ly mNreiireBtuied strengthening it* hand"; hoisou record sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly will be hrtd m the city of Ocala, Florida on the be punished upon convct-on in the mayors
secouc Tuesday in January in each year. and court. by a fine ol not exceeding ten dollars or
without he.. eourae 10 raise as favoring the prim-try election I the officers who will conduct the busmen of I imprisoned not exceeding ten days, In the discretion .
the until those elected t're first election of the court.
---- --- -- --- --- ---- txmpauy
aud the voice of anti ou every public! measure j jhii -
the hand of protest system shall be qualified are A. Brown.president. Approved November S. 1903- t
.halt! "Abusive; words admit i of no acted in entire harmony with the and Jake Brows secretary and treasurer. ii wst, M FISHEt a Mayor '

"defcuae, aud I.u'k tlf decency ii Ut-k delegation-u<> rri,,!hlu nor discord WPiAVOiQdS'tcm \ ,. lxTIi--The liability to highest which amount the corporation of indebtednessand can at

of sense." ThiSbU rly, lu\v, abusive have arisen etweeii them. anv time subj-ct itself is titty thousand dollars. NOTICE
SE\"ErTH-The names and residences and
.. talk is tlt.aJ'fun;;, uuuuuly 1 aud Under tsistiusi eunittinu.( it seems [ D@prPSSQ& ; \_. the number uf shares to be taken by each of --- a
indifatr- .ih le fur democrats to have accomplished c I the sub&cnbetsare as follows: Notice Application lor Tax Deed Under Sec
cowanll.v. It JuLY rrve 10 illlt'II- I t : I Number of Shares
tion 8,of Chapter jSSS, Laws of Florida.
"a in the woodpile more, audau attack on :f I Name Residence. Subscribed by
tbat there ) ba
: is nigger < frequent h
t !lChes. a "baJ C4Se or nen-es,"Jaek of Each Subscriber. VTQTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRED
: ," or can it be that borne other one is au att.IJU\ the vtholg delegation. I \ tap tlt". 1 l>h;'.' '0 I ';I'' ,v.'il. a morbid. all-'o \ ? i A'.e Drawn. Ocala, F'orida. One hundred i> Webber. purchaser of Tax Certificate :No.
''. I !!. It I" 'J cc..sar1 Y SOUla man's gold m.-pires these abusive, Jake Brown One hundred has filed said certificate iu my otnce and ba*
fluorty, "Jeremiads?" Enough Fair Let's be fair :abmt it. Lei'; give I Ifs the Liver. I' h .. and ninety. made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -
H L Anderson Fllty.I with law. Said certificate embrace
play and decency call the lull thereof praise where praisa" is deserved and I Clark Kay-John- the following described pronerty situated in '.
Don't fan to get t when it is invited. : your druggists bottle I
this poor style of personal abuse censure only I of I Herbert A Ford Ocala Twenty five South half of northeast quarter of southwest '

and suspicious denunciation (iov.Jeuuings With the exceptionally tine rt-l'tlrt i Edward Hiller .". .". Twenty five quarter of nortneast quartet section 22 township
IRS. Hall
i Twenty
has betn weighed in the the :Florida delegation Iw made:: in HERRIN I, Thoma.C Hall ".. TwentyfiveWitness ..I-.uc-_74_aaiu,_range._' ,....-.A".u.. K 1*.,,1115_,. a.. va_ I. the six in I -- - .. .' -z C Phnmhliss- *' Tw..nfv/i"- the issuance of such certificate in the name of .
balance and not found wanting. congress during past yetrs ; hand and 'Now- J.
is It v1l our seals the 16 day of < Feand i.. Patterson. Unless said certificates
;: the has us it seems real unkind to empty a \ qul k1y and surely restore the Liver KIdneyS ; ember igoj. shall be redeemed according to law tax
His message to legislature 1 .esuve organs to their normal tuncuons. i ,' dt' ABE BROW deed will is.ue thereon on the jth day ofJ4nu- '
been pronounced by many who think pepper box in their faces. I a a new woman after taking tho flz t bottl!) : ....< JAKE BROWN, ary A D. 1004
learned teter 50 ,' H L. ANDERSONHER8KRT.A.FOkD! ILSI Witness my official signature and seal this the
has I Cents.
the legislature Mr. Stockton ALL DRVCCISTS.s : If
the ablest one tent to .; wEb day November A. U. 1903.
eiuce the war and and has thrown it aside. 1-. ..j.-._ _' EDWARD HIU.ER.R S. T. M5TRUSK.
by anygoveruor "" S ItsTIiOMAh
12 4 Clerk Ci-cuit Court :Marion Co.Fla.
pregnant with braia-force and excellent D .- -= Z. C. CHAMBLIbS, [1.5
business views. He is a luau ernor.It State of Florida .

1_ of high sense of conscience and possesses will serve no good purpose. 'IFltCT A MO It" i ie county In person of Manon.came beforethe undersigned an NOTICE.In

the of his own con- ----- thority Abe Brown. Jake Brown. H. L. Anderson. -
courage \ / Herbert A. ford, Edward Miller. K. s. the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
;! victions. His very veto on the appropriation TELEGRAPHIC CV'1i.: Hall. Thomas C. Hall and Z. C. Cbambliss I' Florida in and for Marion County, 1
I : each of whom is well known to me to be the
bill and itl'Jltill'rt'of j Have you decided on the kind of same person whose name is subscribed to the In Chancery.
:' enacted the last lesislature l makes James M. Edge alias James Kane foregoing proposed charter and acknowledged Martha J. Osborne, Pie intitr; vs. John W. Os
} was arrested at Memphis charged vita! f' v fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot before: me that he executed, signed and sealed borne. DeflndanL-Divorc. .
manifest that he is a considerate said propopoacd charter for the uses and purposes -
embezzling 1 100.000 from the Pirsl rf.- A/lt a question of how much, but therein set out and expressed TT 15 ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
statesman and not trimming, national tank of Paterson. N. J., ol what kind when the best results Given under my hand and seal of office this I I JL herein named. Jonn W. Osborne, be and his .;
And now he is your governor 16th day of November. 1903. hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint -
polit'cau. teller. In hU
which he was note iz; he obtained. You can't make [Iseall] H 01, HAMPTON, in said cause on or before Monday
anltl'nfitll'd to respect and can a Public State Large. .
your confession Rdge admits that he lost Notary The 4th day ofjanurrv A. D. 190 -

confidence. For God's sake speak the money on the turf. $ mistake when you use our high grade I I My Commission Expires Aug 7, 1907. It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe
: t NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR week for consecutive "
published ouce a eight
r well or dfceutly remain silent' Oolonel J. C. Mahen, of Birainglma, t : fertilizers. LETTERS PATENT. weeks the Ocala Weekly Banner

There are earnest, iod-fearing, Ala.. who has just returned from i t .:? .. Notice is hereby given that the toregoinar: Done this 14th dayof October. A. D 190}. I
many proposed charter will be presented to 'he T. S1STRCNK,
governor (Seal) S.
Hig hest cash price paid for dry bones
excellent citizens of Palatka and old visit to Washington brlieTw Soiaiwi ot the a'fttc of Florida and applicationfor Clerk Circuit Court.
Hanna a candidate for the preefdenc .1a. letters patent thereon will be made to the 1 By H C. Mstrunk D. C.
Putnam who will vote with pride and governor of the state of Florida at Tallahassee, Edwin Spencer, Complainant bol'r. i>jo I

absolute confidence for W. S. Jennings. concerning after talking the to matter.the Ohio statesmai ., FLORIDA FERTILIZER MPG COMPANY, Honda.on the 2nd day ABE of December.BROWN, 1903. .

'fbe Alabama railroaJuselon : Gainesville Fla. ANDERSON I
*hall be senator hereafter! I beg sustained: the point adv. t>y tL HERBERT .-\. FORD TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. .

leave to state that my son, standing Alabama Car Service! atseociation thai EDWARD R. S. HLL.THOMAsC KILLER. .
fihjralder to shoulder with his father, the commission has no jurisdiction ii Z, C. CHAMBUbS.. hALL .i the uth day of December. A. D., 1903. I ,
w5\\ vote with uie for W. ti.:) Jennings matters of car service. M 20 will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock! County
Judge In and for Marion County. State of
at the polls of next November, The cotton mills In the Piedmonl Flonda at his office in Ccala! in said county,for -
an order authorizing me. as
made be under necessIty
I., and our ballots will go iu, section claim to no : SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. minor heirs of the esute of Lillian E. Turner.
that curtail their product. haying plenty deceased to sell at private sale the following
aaered by silent prayer, they to L _._ __ ._. pro>*rtjr belonging to said estate to-wit i
Avail much. Now, friends ot Jennings or cotton in nana to run wem |1101' i At Home ? IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Undivided half interest in the east half of the
choice for months to pome. 11 NOTICE executor of the last will and southwest quarter. and southeast quarter of
rally around your The engagement of Ben Tollman, Jr., testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased will on northwest quarter of Section 33 Township 15,

-, senator Cowe out; be bold; express son of Senator Tllluwn.:: to Mies:; Luc? the i&th day of Felmtaty .1. D.1901. South.Said lands Range belonging 22 East. to the estate of the said
your sentiments; have no fear of those announced. Miss p Onewhose harmonies are silent because ;you make final settlement of his accounts and applyfor Lillian E. Turner. deceased to be sold for the
Dugas is Iuguu final discharge. Such final settlement and best interest of said minor heirs. This 6th day
who oppose and as.k no favors of a gran Waughter of the famonaDouschka have no one to play :? If so, let us sell you theo application to be made to the county Judge of November, 1903. t
this who Marion county,at Ocala. Florida A.C. Ttil 'iER.
them. The in county
men lickens. I I 8 as 6m J. M. LIDDF.Ll.. 11-13 Guardian.

indorse Gov. Jennings are just as Georgia fares well in the treasury wonderful D. A. MILLER. -:. I I.t

j white, decent and intelligent as those estimates for carrying on governmenl SEALED BIDS. .

who oppose. I shall be very glad to work. An appropriation of J147U\I A AITOM.ITIC IM.iXO PLAYElt NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -

' F talk with those who are with us and for the federal prison at Atlanta ii R 9130. (o 8275.. IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
l' rN'o mendt'd. Department of the Intenor, Land Office at NOTICE Commissioners that
of us in relation to Gov. Jennings N of County oa
The secretary of the treasury rsU Gainesville Fla.,October 26, 1003.IS :Monday. the 4th day of January. A. I). I9
i And his public acts and attitude. mates that JG24.502.U6 will be r. (0 j Or perhaps you need a STEINWAY, KRA- 'TOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE and scaled repair bids ana for suitable work for person one year to be the overseer public

; Then, keep up the good word my for the flu 0 l' following named settler has: filed notice of roads, and bridges of this county,will be received
quired by the government KIMBELL HAINES BROS her intention to make final proof in support of
board follows
win. In by the as ;
; fail to ,
friends cannot
1. and we cal year ending June 30, 1905 A her claim, and that said proof will be made I District No. i.-One overseer ,
and before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.. on '
organization there is strength Mich. warrants District No. -One overseer Flcmingtoa
At Grand Rapids, or Original MATHUSHEK & SOX PIAXO. .
S Duellablr at*, 1903, Dtst; ,ne overseer BUtchton Martel and Cotton
1 success, have been issued for the arrest 01! viz: Dora Daniels. of Kendrick. Fla., home- election districts and one for HtiJtsviUe,
4 BE J. P. CAUIOUX. seven more prominent men implicatedin N :Most Artistic of the world's great instruments. stead 2-063. formerly Dora bievison. tor the Romeo and Dunnellon election districts.. !
District No. overseers.District I
north half of southwest quarter section 33 3.--Two
the water scandal.: No. 4.North of Ft Gates road,one
soutn east.
township range 21
It settled by the A rumor is in circulation at Colonto Remember our headquarters are She names the fallowing witnesses to prove overseer; south of Ft Gates road one overseer. I
has been definitely residence and cultivation DI"tncto 5.-West of A C. L. R. R., one I.
I S her continuous upon
bar of this entire circuit that Judge the effect that 3.000 soldiers have Jacksonville florida. of said land. viz: sam Hodge PerrY Edwards I overseer;east oi 4. C. L. R k.. one overseer.: :
the to anyandahibids.
The right reject
opposition.This i left Cartagena for the purpose of invading Jim Stevtson, Luther Stafford aU of Kendrick. .
Wall will not have any I Florida.
the isthmus. N'o details ol 10-30 W G. ROBINSON. Register. Bend will be required with approved 1I< accomplished and distinguishedjurist ties for the faithful performance of the over-
the rumor are known and cannot Di a er's duty. The Board will also receive bids for
enjoys the enviable reputation confirmed. The only possible means services of ferrymen for one year trout January. !

of being the ablest and most imparjtlal of approaching Panama te by narrow at t H l'uUzeyoor5P&relimc 1904 at White's ferry. Sharpes ferry, Graham- I.
SMITH. Study ome yule terry. Eureka ferry and Stokes ferry
the bench IB Florida. : ferries in the Said bids t
judge on and difficult mountain paseea througl Levn mote lad r" any other free county. '
him as a cam more W: !i The Tat>?t Home Study Lxuoos: you need nut to be delivered to the clerk of the circuit court I
The common people love the Indian country. The United Suite reuaBookkeeptll.A'IlIlIueoC., of
iwI home on or before Monday, the 4th day January. j
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lather and the public esteem him for eraiser Atlanta is now off the Indian I Aw@bn..G Pas.:.. 'al> .".eia., 1.en.nttmaf..ide.llopas.eo"OD Hbetonc Uumuie." H. I.is.4scs. I AD. 1904. :&.T. SI TRtSK.:
Tribune. .. c ,......astrco. AJJrI.I.IIUb.laIa1&a.'l& 1 11 in Clerk Circuit Court.t .
:. his intrinsic worth-TawI'1L coast -

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1 txr isStier, a Bp4Y Lt'aw frs mmra-s tfc* hildt t tler.yf ,:)s t'a'r.rvdfitz z a./':- } l E-- ryto the enjoyment of a Merry Christmas time as | .

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jars of t LM itvlitzat yr4etteft .' E to have a pantry filled with good things to eat. fIn

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selections for the
ti* hi.: scbooLt? of ':.- making your Holidays remember |.
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with IrrE 01 Fk Y1% C.ITf ..
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Lt t t Gt nrzit d ..:.T,
J Hnore .r2rbt_ ht2, 1EtiodLz aIrras Mince Meat, Pure Fruit Prunes and CnrreET: JtIy, Pickles TETLEY'S TEAS .....

>-- and Vinegar in. Souks sad Balk. see the tew imported package. .
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}',fidi'a ttitirs4 hart 4ca !.r ':- BAYLE'S MILLER'S r
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: l i for &ASJw ytata., F'tsktrAl ..iLtnuniay -
I from Etvl-rzie fn- : SaitedSPeamts, Nut Bwter, After Dinner Cheese. Deviled Oyoa and Chocolate, Package; <"aadies and C..-$!.. ,

a s9AtriptpA4 b yr .yn.7 ; Cheese, Onion Sauce; CeJery"ataup. Horse Radish Mustard. NEW ::1
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t la th.* ffjrr'. ofCtnu fliGiEr* ai e(inthtptndtnrrasp'i '.;". E newest thing to tempt your appetite. Nothing is too good for our custo- ;t

n ab't its J!: ,- -4f
a. ''r..tlJ kliOWlo &n-1 hc Utingukht'1 ; .:
tit z.n of Jitk a; ...tI E mers. We have added this week Vigor, a package of sweet, crisp t

rEakrtbt, tti<: utter, day, upoL tLtpeeuisr tt r ..... '
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flag, in !,:Fuzz t!fitI'Ll!", Lei .,,
food for
flakes a breakfast ten cents.
$OWr l to tk 1CITLLg the tflae. ,. d.?- -+lp t
'''fbt Utt ((btJtuuon t riji.'j:
the gyTt-rcor from stektCz a. !-"k--" .- .... 1
tUJl1. WhAt u the pure4 Or uto :... P- ... ;
provizXD? Is it not to lc.cr .-.r >
pto11k wbo tlfc t'l him till MrCtdt .;' I
his ,*rT ef, OQintferrapiw! < of a Ltated c mpa,1, ,[. A Car of Ballard's Obelisk flout'Received.
farther ;rtferment2, \VIwi Lot w... I
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proviw n i tneeritd in the fU dillit-tl.41 -- -;
law with the urp4rt of nmnian..'..Ktbt "
and I-rt-"rning dignity of ua IeicE -44
(, Qf chief xu& istntUr, !o thai tl1
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kandal of a Mramtle for tbe ..Utt-o-:

t i lion wba..t .ij ight theand U*dlfdlnee prevented'between If t4. !.4tlo bLnfKtmty Corn Oats Hay Bran Shorts and Cow feed always in stock at right

anc1i I1ifitd elrim:! : Il'I.
I d .bet
for the feuct-triioa: to the office of governor -
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and a similar ecramtle for another prices,
even thouzb it Ur a higher: I .
office ACId U not GovernornScg Jtu-
.", in sttkipg the office of Da.tor, -- .....1\
by traveling a&out the slate, 1n1! ;' -
tag in interchange of inciviltie Y.41.tb .-4.. j.
aa opponent, violating the spirit at ;
least, if not the !Jetter, of the constitutional tt-
No one inhibition present at the' time appear We have a Car of Texas Rust Proof Oats and 1

td dr-iroos of making any response to ttil .
these searching questions. ?erhap* i
Govtrnor Jennings himself, or some .
of hb advocate, may be able to an- -
: wer people.them to the satisfaction of the now is the time to sow them. 3

AD eminent authority ha
E expressed -4'
the opinion that the state eieu- I ...,
tive committee i U fully authorized. by r -4
the proruiom of the primary statute! III
to include in the approaching primary a.r .....
.. election the selection of candidate ,

t{ I for members but the cannot office of order the of presidential committee the selection to elector&uo of, r-- Call on us at all times for everything in the Grocery Line. 1 !3

teed those now in office; for the
that the former to be
rea-son are voted r -- j
:i tor at the succeeding general r
while the latter te i ir itt
election cannot so ....
voted for, bnt are to hi' ehoaen as apart
e of the party organization, according -4'411 ;
to p rty usage.
The record of sentiment in the -- ;
1 1tt
state press on the early primary I !- -
b, ; question Is beinz rapidly} rearranged". THE TEA POT,
The tally now stands: For an toady'i GROCERY
t date s newspapers; for a late primary, :
i. :20-netrly 3 to 1. The White Springs> -
I Herald, in iu current issue, transfers r __ ;

i ....V,* t!! list as(itself. late, and from aa vigorously O-tober the: former 1. advocates to the a latter date ..; 1 Ilel. ,ll.lllllllll" 111blblle, ,." lb" "1" ,." ,,,,.. " ', ",6", '." " '" 1 a


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