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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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; The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


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GJ9BBBE aeaaas: MilS. SMITH DE ID. I THE BIGGEST YET. !. TIGNER. COOl{.


: tel .raXMASE Ocala Loses One of Her Best loved Holiday Preparations Exceeding Other I I A Marriage, That Will be of Interest to FOR EIGHT YEARS

and Most Popular Women. Years-Fine Quality Goods Morein Ocala People.

OUR Mrs Dan Morgan Smith died very Evidence. I Miss Carrie -
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Cook and Mr. Hope I
fd suddenly at her home in.this city on The Ocala merchants are this year ..
married We have
C4 I Tigner were yesterday morn- ( pursued the
CARDS South Second street Tuesday morning surpassing all previous records in laying ing in New York City.

about eight-thirty o'clock. Her death in their goods for the holiday The
ceremony occurred at St. policy of looking afar

rD: ; AND tD was a great shock to her family and trade, and nowhere in the city is this John's Methodist church, which is

to her friends throughout the city. more noticeable than at the jewelry the
oldest
Methodist church in the only that part of 1wpeople's
On Monday night Mrs. Smith was establishment of Fred G. B. Weiheon
country and was witnessed the j
by
: m C LEND P RS. feeling badly but got up to breakfast the south side;: of the public square.He famffles and a few friends of the businmvbkk

JDSmm Tuesday morning. At ,the table she has this season taken great young couple. The bride worean 1

\ complained of feeling sick and got pains in selecting his line for Christmas -
imported gown of brown cloth and voluntarily M-
to to her Dr. Smith and New Year's and in
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AA RIyp up go room. ; gifts .I immediately after their marriage Mr. j
who had started out hunting, and : order to know how well he has suc- II
: I and Mrs. Tigner left for trusted to our car ,
cLi G STORES Dr. Van Hood were sent for but Mrs. ceeded in getting something that is Atlanta, Ga., where the groom is !1

Smith died a few minutes after they almost bound to please every one it .
very prominent in business and social MM
1J P3 reached her side, the cause of her is necessary to see the immense circles mmtm
being a partner in one of
death being heart failure. stock now being displayed in his' Atlanta's Munroe & ChamblissBAN
largest shoe houses.

mBBE B 'aaEat1eJ : : There was no,woman in Ocala more store. Miss Cook
who is from Barnesville, (ERS,
: popular nor more generaly loved Dame Fashion has decreed that the Ga.
,having made her home for several Ocala Florida.
s -; -- than was Mrs..Smith and she will be best materials that can be used in I ,
years past with her sister, Mrs. C. D.I j

snr.i. ELIZABETH HARRIS Local Editor. sadly missed by her family, and putting up an umbrella is "it" and to Massey in Xew York, who is now

friends. She leaves to mourn her this end Mr. Weihe has purchased a
residing at East Orange, Sew Jersey.
death her husband, Dr. Smith, one line that has never been equaled in
When Mr. and Mrs. Massey lived in HOLIDAY SHOPPINGMADE
:C LOCAL HAPPENINGS X, of Ocala's most prominent physi- Ocala; made from the finest fabrics Ocala, Miss Cook spent several

cians, and three children, Mr. Dan obtainable, handles of sterling silver, winters with them and was one of EASY.
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Morgan Smith, jr., of Chicago, Miss ivory, gun metal and gold; prices our most attractive and

)It llfflfjr 0 Dunn, of Citra, is on Our merchants are all busy now Georgia Smith and Morris Smith, of range from 3.50 to30.00. The finest visitors.-. As Mrs. Tigner she popular will bea Write For Our 100-Page [!aIalsgttc!

a vfe* to Oeala.Ralph and it is a pleasure to see their Ocala, who have the sympathy of Japanese ware ever imported, and charming addition to Atlanta's

beantiful and attractively displayed the community in their great sorrow. cut glass ware that ,cannot be sur- social and also musical
circles
she
- Rebtesen, the oldest eon of as
y T stocks. The window decorations are Mrs. Smith was fifty-six years of passed anywhere may be seen here. S
possesses an unusually: sweet voice.
)Jr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson, is on
works of art. age and was born at the family's old Among the hundreds of articles in The
announcement of this
r: U* tfck HL marriagewill
-_ colonial home, "Montebello,"Orange, sterling silver will be noticed tea
Mr. G. B. Stuart, a popular young be of much interest to the many
: Mf*. Xew emb Barco, of Fellowwa Virginia. Her._ maiden name was spoons, table spoons, coffee spoons, '
friends of the bride in this
traveling man from New York, is at city.
- x ....... to Oeala on a shopping ex- Miss DeLacey cave. She was mar- soup spoons, berry spoons, sugar
the Ocala House. This is Mr. Stuart's
= r .. UUUK TM-day. ried to Dr. Smith in 1872 and they spoons, dive spoons, cream ladles, New Officers of the K. of P.
first trip to Florida in three years and
. -- moved to Ocala from Jasper a little pie knives,pickle forks,sardine forks, The Talula Lodge Knights of Py
Mr. IM8k J. Unul1bll't'turnedhome he is delighted to be back again. f
I over twelve years ago. Five child- I etc. The ladies will find here a fine thias at the regular meeting Monday
visit to
Wut.ndar treat an extended
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, Miss Della Moses, who is the guestof ren blessed their union, two of whom, line of pretty articles for presents fur night elected the following officersfor
j..k+ir... +.
Miss Gertrude Peyser for the past Jack and "Dada," died in this city gentlemen friends, such as gold and the ensuing year: Chancellor

" blh,. dare WHMteM (Is with the week, was joined yesterday by Miss several years ago. filled pins and buttons of Knights of commander, J. B. Pardee; vice-chan-

f : Owrf H4 O.mpany during the Daisy Huniker, of Columbu,and they Mrs. Smith was a devoted member Pythias, Odd Fellows, Elks, Masons, :ellor, W. C. Waid; prelate, Be,.. R. 1

* a '.. __ ____ will be here for several weeks. : of Grace Ebiscopal church and was Woodmen of the World, Eagles, Roland;master at arms, Jake Brown;

: *f. aM Mr. *. B. C, Weleh, of Cor ------- -- I very active in all church work. She Railway Trainmen, etc. The displayof keeper of records and seals and master -
Mr. Herbert L. Anderson returned
. .IrL .Qgi yj to Jacksonville Tues. was also an active and honored brooches, pins, studs, collar but of finance, Baxter Cam; masterof
home Wednesday morning from New :
4_ ,aqr M f*...l ft tar day member of the Daughters of the tons and sleeve buttons, in sterling exchequer, W. W. Clyatt; Inner
York where he several':
* went ,
City,
a Confederacy and no member was silver, filled and solid gold, must be guard, R. E. Yonge; outer guard, C,
}{.. .\.W. OttkrrvU the nestor of I weeks ago for the benefit of his health. L. Moore. Messrs. iL
/ ever more loyal to the cause. They seen to be appreciated. Then for T. Owen
.:; >*. Ja k.*iitH. fear, was in Ocala Mr. Anderson, though far from well, I No. 10H Strifes 84tt rVowvtfJ '
Baxter Cam
honored her memory by attend- souvenirs of Ocala he has had made by I : and Herbert C) Jones
Wntnrrihy tat prwfewional business..1 was much benefitted by his trip. OnJBipt "'.73.
y 4 ing the funeral in a body the Seminole Indians the prettiest were appointed representatives to the
41 -- I I I Engraved and wM nfifi4 to M?
H |i rumumt I that the marriage of I Dr. A. L. Izlar has resigned as one The Ocala Banner joins with the assortment possible to imagine of all i grand lodge, which meets in Tallahassee i address open re .!pt el IMM,

:: awe .f *.MaIf9IIt Iol.war young I of the bond trustees and Mr. J. DI. many friends of the family in extending kinds of wall decorations of buckskin' in the early spring. Mr. n.I J _

o qjliHK WNA wl take place Januarys ,Barco as alderman. The resignationof to the family its heartfelt -these are real works of art, and C. Jones was recommended to the I

.. both! gentlemen was accepted. Dr. sympathies. something anyone will feel proud to grandchancellor for appointment as OqEENLEAF B r

-- have Izlar is prevented very frequently receive as a Christmas remembrance.' deputy grand master. The lodge i* .
s J. .\. at J. U. Manning retam AT REST. CROSBY co. 1 1Jeweaees
the from .meeting with the committeeand Besides the immense line of novelties ia a flourishing condition and con.str.nty .
; teem' o.ala. They report I I & Wh.fw..fc*..
Mr. Barco te going to leave the of all kinds put in especially for adding to ita memoership.
Hf4.k Ohf ".H 1M.G.lnHdlle The Funeral of Mrs. Dan Morgan .- -- 41 W. Bay St. Jam. fti

. M city.Mrs. Smith, which took place from her the holidays Mr. Weihe h>s not "I was much afflicted with sciatica .--. .-..._ J..+_.&V. r ..
' I Iof I slighted his regular line of jewelry, ," writes
Ed.
Knight, of Citronelle, who has C. Nud, lowivllle, --- -
Methodist I preachers late residence at3:30 o'clock Wednes-
: A *wt many such as rings, watches, watch chains Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about on }
several with her THE
to Orlando. The annual been spending days day afternoon, was the most impos- crutches and
tie new and clocks of all descriptions.The suffering a deal of pain.I .
. ....,.".Dee eenrened In that city daughter, Mrs. Chas. E. Thomas in ing ever seen in this city and was a stock carried the aboved I \\: induced to try Ballard's Snow

# Iili alresk this city, returned home Wednesday. demonstration of the high esteem in by Liniment, which relieved me. I used NEXT
< _._ __ T j named institution will be a revela-: three 50 bottles.
. We regret to learn that Mrs. Thomas which the deceased held. It Is the greatest
was
. Ttw hems 41 )1r. and Mr*. A. P. happened to a bad fall several days The casket literally buried be- tion to thosewho call and sspecially liniment I ever used; have recom- "i TIME 3

't :: and hurt her
of ago badly arm. neath the wealth of floral offerings.Mrs. all
If ball Monday by the arrival of a -- only way to see a full lh.e of these express themselves as being bene- Yea fftm to Otala. ..M 1

: pnt4 f little daughter. The little son of Airs. Glass Meiggs, Smith was an active memberof goods one must hie off to some large fitted by it. I now walk without yea to fait,ew *it* I
the United Daughters of the Confederacy I I crutches, able to perform a great dealof
I who is on a visit to her parents, Col.
. A. Siandley & Co., are I and mark of esteem city.You light labor on the farm." 25c 50c.
Mf.*r 8. as a
and Mrs. F. had misfortune We Don'tClnlmI
i Lang, v. know the place by the $1.00. Anti-Monopoly drug store, m
IK* daing a thing these day but celltfttfm the chapter attended the funeral ina a
to fall from a small wagon in whichhe sign of the big Y.Revolution. v
!* They sold a lot full during and body and each member depositedin Mr. Jerry Williams, superintendent f
was playing Monday morning '
; tits pat three or four days. badly fractured his arm. Medicalaid the grave a tiny Confederate flagas Imminent. of the electric light plant, informed I I to Mil i g txu can"'JIB tl. eal

f. a tribute to her loyalty and devo- A sure sign of approaching revolt us that the two new boilers will soqn anybody else, U* we BUMP
In Ocala, almost was summoned and he is now .t rk. It Is aft
Tin )lrth tI.te and serous trouble fn system is on our "
I your take the
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tion to this cause. place the old ones and I I MMto
wHfeeut exception,want Mr. Moore to doing nicely. nervousness,sleeplessness,or stomachh cleanest sad m*.t apt+t! ..*
atMfcr J A remnant of Confederate Veteransalso upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly while Ocala will not have as completea I 1 lOcal&. Wt wtt a#+pctdk *
popular a*
r* ra/ He I. very .' Misses Mary and Kate DeCottes of attended in a body and stood dismember the troublesome causes.It light service as her demands require I visit.O.K..
loved as a pastor.
and mueh
Jacksonville, who have been the with uncovered heads as the casketwas never fails to tone the stomach, yet it will be much better than

MM. It Frost who has been spend- guests of Miss Pauline Sullivan for conveyed from the residence to regulate the kidneys and bowels. Stimulates for some time past and the lights will I': GROCERYI

tg MM pa.t two month in Palatka the past month have returned home. the hearse. the liver, and clarify the be more steady and brilliant; that as J
blood, run down system benefit par- I,I
what hi* daughter Mrs. Herbert '! Mr. George DeCottes came down The pall-bearers were Messrs. LouisR. ticularly and all the asnal attending soon as new dynamos are Installed no I j'I Bros.

Uk, rel" +nwHl home Tuesday after-: from Jacksonville and spent several Chazel, David S. Williams, GeorgeK. aches vanish under its searching and city in the state will have a better 1',

tt -. days here returning home with his Robinson,Edward Holder, Edward thorough effectiveness. Electric service. Ocala is getting there. I I Next to 11enat.

Ibn. til M Hee, president of theKtd.el : sisters on Tuesday. Drake, Edward Hiller and Donald Bitters is only 50c. and that is returned Ill_ j
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if it don't give perfect satis
Basket Mills[ of ; Ford. y
xr Crata and Not satisfied with standing at the faction. Guaranteed by Tyding &

VaI..lIla, (I&., I* in the city, having',i head of the movement= in making The funeral obsequeis were impres- Co. druggists. m > TEX B03
funeral of sively conducted by'Rev.H.W.Little,
the
tie, down to attend Florida a find stock state and the

I Mr*. Dan Morgan Smith. honors he has achieved in the bank- using the beautiful ritual of the Circuit Court. } THE OCALJ NEWS
r Episcopal church. The fall term of the circuit court COMPANY

... H. It. lllnl*e)', J Jr., and little ing world,Mr. Z. C. Chambliss has convened Tuesday morning at ten

1-1)1. Kathleen of Macon Ga, become instantly famous in local Made him Feel Proud. o'clock. *

In Ocala Wednesday to spend circles as a military man and if ep- Not a great many years ago Capt After the selection of the grand : GOODS

S ... *U Ur wlihMr*. Blrdwy's father. paulettes were in order he would be Samuel R. Pyles received a certified jury from the list of names printed in HOLIDAY FIREWORKS,

" General Hubert Bullock.Mrt. :. weighted down with them. Ask him check for $78,000 for the sale of a yesterday's paper, Mr. Frank Teaguewas Of All Kinds. 1S'h8leeaia avid pt

about it. piece of phosphate property, but we made foreman and Mr. R. 0.
S a JWloraan, of Macon, Ga., b a
: rttftt arrived and Is irlth her sister, Col. H. B. Masters, owner of the do not believe he felt nearly so proudof Connor secretary. The biggest line of Doll, and Toy in town, ata aft i. .l
:$ it as he did over one he was show-
H, Masters department storeafter Judge Bullock's charge was impressively -
Cpl Mr*. (flews Akin at the Savoy hotel. to his friends for Staple and Fancy CHINA, Including Japanese INaaaa awls
ing yesterday $178.00
a very pleasant visit of several weeks delivered and was listened C
:: Mn. Ileiloman will probably make which he had just received from the others.
left Wednesday over the Atlantic to attentively. All the cases

t Ocala her!permanent home. Coast Line for his(|home in New York. managers of the South Florida Fair that come under the jurisdiction of The most complete line of KT.U'Li. : t'lKHlUHHV In

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)Jt. and Mr. W. C. Moore gave a lIe enjoyed his stay among us exceedingly association in payment of prizes he the grand jurors was pointed out and } town. .

7- delightful MUcky party" to quite a and said it was' the most won for the best individual exhibitsat dwelt upon in detail. No excuses were \ IJ '

number of their friends at their delightful winter weather he had I the fair. His friends were proud granted jurors from serving exceptfor

his also.FonmDNiYdURrKidaevs. J: THE OGALA NEWS CO
elegant homo on North Magnolia everjexperienced. During stay statutory reasons.

street last night. Those .who at- he did not have to wear an overcoat State Attorney Allred is present to
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tended this affair spent a yery pleas- nor did.'he: see a fire. He said that I I look after the side of the state and is North Main St 0et!., Flsdita;

ant evening. our weather is simply marvelous. r I aad Bladder Raix! assisted by Mr. E. W. Davis.


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In preparing for the Christmas and Holiday trade, which we have every reason to believe will be heavy this year, we ordered beside *?


usual line a Solid Carload of High Grade Furniture that was selected with special. care so as to make suitable presents for all taembefs 'if


the family from the oldest to the youngest. These goods have arrived and are now on display. Come and make your: selections while the stock is still unbroktt _


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HERE AND THERE Senator Mann continues to talk !! Mr. and 3Irs. John Hybart 3Iath- Postmasters at Quincy, Gainesville, The Inquirer reporter has seen several -:I .ra.rRawrsra.-

good roads and is doing a good work.A ews who were married at Candler Starke, Bartow and some smaller oranges this fall of Texas growthand

The circuit court yesterday were monument is to be erected to Wednesday night, returned home places have recently been appointed.It they were equal to any to be DAVID S. W ODROW
Sunday and are with 3Ir. and 3Irs. will soon come Oeala'a turn
-several found in the market.
ttruffgling over the old Bacon and the memory of Father Ryan the sad, Texas will be
Charles Mathews, the groom's candidates are on the anxious Room II P 0 lIorL'k& a
raising oranges some day and she will
Given abstract case. sweet poet of the -'Lost Cause.
parents. I seat. beat Florida or California.GonzalesInquirer. I SSAL SPhosphate:SA.tc.u-s. n.'fESi1rL5:3.

Mm. Edd Hoffman, formerly of this There is so much bad in the best of us I Lands a 8peciattti .
It is short-sighted in Senator Plattto
city U quite 111 at her home inBarntfvUle There is so much good is the most of In England, Count Cartsville who I have the following fiGfiMUH Ut
think of down
cutting the south'srepresentation
Ga. Her friends here us, wishes to popularize knee breechesfor People do not associate a big store Ocala and vicinity for NIt:
at the time.
It hardly behooves any of as present
with for her a speedy recovery. To talk about the rest of us. He should read 3Irs. Felton's letter evening wear has created a or liberal merchant with a small ad 1. House and J.tt.m 0Hta.....

sensation by appearing at the theaters vertisement. An advertisement ban avenue, between MM nsMesars uf
Miss Della Moses, of Columbus, When the and act upon the suggestion it con- in Mr. Mr H. .. ..
time comes that good this attire. index to business and the TydifigtaBd ,

Ga., arrived in Ocala Friday afternoon roads are the rule and bad ones the tains. public understand and trading vacated by Dr. W. V. 5*"J_.
judge a firm
and will spend several weeks exception, it will be the same as Mrs. Edda Cook Pitt a talented Ocala ought to get a large outside by the amount of its advertising 2. Two story bee** sate let Qft ;

here at the guest of 31 is a Gertrude paradise regained.A pianist and a pupil of Riesberg, of holiday trade. Her merchants have i space South Orange i, tdtMfliMrs. \ti
little
Iey er.S S. J., and Von Fucns, of Germany, Ia I put in most excellent stocks. Just in cities the same as big ones. Annie Mares aM Nut 4a

suitable Christmas present for I think of three hundred to residence of D. S.Wstaasvw.
Sid R. Whale)"' line fireworks, is doing concert work this season and fifty dolE In an address at Dallas Tuesday

U U "us to date." 12 9 2t dear friend would be a bottle of per- : through Georgia and Florida.-Allan- i lIar i diamond pins and other goods in night Rev. Sam Jones referred 3. All of Wock X, c..!..... ad.

sumery. Tydings&: CompanlhandIe 1 proportion. to ditlon to peals (.fi.&-.. ... ...
)In. Edd Carmichael is entertaining the best mnnufactored. x. ta Journal. I President Roosevelt as follows: "I I property immedtate MM** of Mr!

her sister I 3In. N. B. Plummer Gov. Jennings has appointed ColE One of the Sew York Packer's correspondents I,I Chrysanthemum salad is a fad in like Roosevelt, anyhow. He Is a J. R. loere** i'a .!....

of Anthony, and Mrs. Hagleston, of $. Gnnby, of Tampa, to an office. in Florida who has a j I Philadelphia. Down this way the combination of a mule and a billy f 4. The Alfred Dark.... Ml k*

Araericna, Ga., who arrived in Ocala He has made him notary public for literary"style of his own writes that"fruit I i faithful cabbage and the' modest goat, kicking at one end and butting I on South Pmt about Naas +i1M' eo

Monday.Mr. the state-at-large. and vegetable buzzards are I I i onion continues to fill the bill most at the other. He is a man of -push I J. A. PH aa & S.tt* ... 1NSe J.I ',

Benjie Weathers who has beenat swarming around in bunches and the I II I acceptably as foundations for a relishof and vim, and I don't believe we need J I store. a

I )Jr. Charles E.Moore,of Louisville, have any fear of him." !,3. 1....* lslrtor....w..f ate dash
Floral City for the past two years South Florida season is all to the the salad order. ..- _. II i Seeead store*.
Ky. will give dance at the -
a armory i
working for the Bradley Phosphate good. '13.
No doubt I
Company has given his I I Monday night in compliment to the i i The Grand Duke of Hesse has ordered many readers or this The Ono|m iilfci Mi-HUM i 14

there and returned home.up position young ladies of Ocala It will be a The local paper is the place to tell | his minister of cult.to abolish the paper can remember when hundreds miles .oaifc*_*t .f sws. ns4...

the people about it if you are patting { and hundreds of acres of land I II I'I of 76 acre rfwwi sass fiaaaea4 iarri
I most pleasant event. rod in all the schools of the duchy. were
The board of county commissioners in an extra stock of goods for the I' Any teacher who planted near Arredonda. The crop wa I'' andlM a DMUi...... i Itkw.'

and the school board held their :Mr. J. H. Nurney and son, George, holiday trade. The public doesn'tknow cannot get along early vegetables. There Is scarcely'I and else katf .| AM q.". tF
with kindness
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regular is invited r
by the duketo room heeaL oeibII1S fle
meeting of Suffolk, Va., after a visit of several that you are hauling goods from I an acre planted there ts.
Monday. The auditing step down and out.Notwithstanding I now. Ocala : property U right o_ tb* A. C L
of bills approving of commissionsand days in Ocala with Mr. Nurney'sdanghter the depot every day unless you tell .. -- I recorded the same story, but 'tis allover !j railway sad !M. a a. .paritirf

other routine work was trans- 3irs. Jack Camp, left yesterday them about it. Secretary Wilson now. Then came the planting; lime oo+ H.

acted. for their home. A Boston says that after eight of work of watermelons and 7. The .
daily paper credits Bishop years cantaloupes, but Rgtft way \i_ law aletil -

Charles the bureau of plant industry has they., in turn, are being west edge 9i t*>.... awsi.s .
Fresh, nuts, raisins, dates, citrons East Hampton, L. I., hotel keeper Henry Brent, of Manila produced i: abandoned. l a

and a full line of fresh fruits at i wants $50 damages from the estate of (Protestant Episcopal), with saying an orange that will grow as far I i, Why? You are confronted, almost land.S. two stry IwuM Mt ao aatats of

Wbaley' 129 2t i I I a man who committed\ suicide in his inan address: "The :Methodists raise north as North Carolina people in without exception, with the following '

3lr..W A. Murphy, of Fairfield, bostlery. This seems to give a negative the people out of the mud the Baptist I, Florida continue to put out groves as explanation: "Can't stand the The i'ad HM*_ pro iety <* *

pent L inday with friends in this to the question "Does death end wash them and the Congregationalists : far below the frost line as possible. freight- rates! I outh lifting of of D.steal H. Mr1wK'4r..... MIl taslisea...S ...

city a J left Monday for his old all?" starch them." .
It is claimed sealskin cloaks will be FLEMINQTON. I 9. 2 I.! acre .f laasi oe 13aa .h
home Morganton, S. C., where he I I r Tenth
I I It is now in order for some Florida Those of our readers who glance cheap this winter, owing to the street adjoining yuff>Hy of
will visit his for I J. M.
parents several .I f .. Meffert, saUaliafaesttlU! *
Ied"to r to discover democratic +(-e on county correspondence colt Russo-Jap war. The Russians have Our
a farmers
week _____________ pre: enjoyed the rain here ing into tats, \mvtm M. fet* t3taNlis ,Y
dential nomineefor 1908.. ,Folk, o umn vL+ *i.ve seen some interesting been unable protect their rookeries Monday which was I place.
Bishop Candler, of Georgia :will \"erbadly
Missouri, Douglass, of Massachusetts, items this week. It was noted that a and Japanese and sailors of all needed. 10. 70x140next feet h4orr w-- aMrM.
provide over the Methodist Episcopal r
and Johnson; of, Minnesota, are large number of winter visitors are nations have invaded the field and Messrs. door to nfim' ol M Ci
church conference which will be held J. M. Smoak and Henry Blake.
barred. flocking to Belleview and that 3Ir. are slaughtering the seals by the i
at Orlando on December 7th. This Livingston of Ocala, were in our' .
Sampson thousands.It .
of Boardman is shipping -
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will be the 61st annual}conference of Secretary Taft reports "that the burg Monday. {
10,000 boxes of I -' .
the church. troops of the United States are the oranges. is very comforting to Secretaryof Mr. J. K. Mixon was called to j" '-,- .-c.c --

:\ unalJy' fine package candies best-fed, best-clothed and bestsheltered Miss Mamie Eliason who has been the Treasury Shaw; Vice-Presi- Ocala Tuesday as a juryman. I

for Xmas at Whaley's12 9 t31rs. troops in the world. And the the popular saleslady for the Hel- dent elect Fairbanks and sundry other Mr. R. P. Guest, of South Carolina I Orange

World says he might have addded the venst n-Blitch-Pasteur Company for patriots, to reflect that the republican who has been visiting his f
It. C. brother
Burt of Ozello and her
I "best-pensioned." several months, has accepted a position national committee has a surplus ofye100,000 Mr. C. H. Gray, of this place
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Long of Holder, for a Trees.
with the Belleview Trading which is to be judiciously I few weeks, is now visiting ) .
returned to their homes Friday the Dr. :Miller, of Citra, and Miss Carrie friends
,' Company. Her Ocala friends are invested and the principal and interest and relatives in Micanopy.
former after spending several dayshere Miller, of Gainesville, ware in
very sorry to lose her and hope to used in the campaign of 1908. Mr. Ross
with friends and the latter after Ocala yesterday. Miss Miller has Williamson, of 3IcIntosh,
have her with them again in the near
spending the day. been on a visit to relatives at Citra I future.A ; The Florida Ice & Packing Com- was'visiting here Monday.Our .

i and they came down to visit Silver I pany will in a few days begin the farmers are busy planting oats A fine I f4jr ** OMI,. Ml.
The official i Grapefruit
count shows that President heart is I and Trmange ON lint Or-
Springs with light a great help to
which gathering
Roosevelt's they were de- manufacture of those good "sausageslike j potatoes. D. R. M.PolfardPitt and Thug
in Lneae
plurality Missouri hands. stukr
lighted. working A New Orleans
mother used to In
wa 23,6.0. So the "solid south" is make which prime een1 iee for JI* "' "
newspaper prints a talk with a man has made this Campu,.
institution
i
famous for
broken. Don't Nearly all the now.Write
see what the presi- southern cities
are who
he has Remember
i says known a great many the past two years. Mr. Herman the Pollard-Pitt concertat for oar mi ettatepw'
dent do unless extending! invitations
can he orders to
another President
Thanksgiving I Roosevelt to bejncludedin cotton-planters who would not hire a I Benjamin, manager, says their cold the armory on the evening of December which give dN HHl **l
day. his south- cotton unless 12th price on Grace wf '
negro picker they were i storage rooms are already beginningto for the benefit of the Fruit Of* '
ern tour. ao
A bloomer girl of Vineland Having passed through satisfied that he sang as he work fill Daughters of the Confederacy. on <*fer ftvfc
N. J., with Trees
Ocala once, and stopped long up pork from the surrounding The Shade Trees, fern anti
80 years old, is annoyed at the disappearance make a speech, he may be enoughto ed. The best pickers are generallythe country.Mr. daughters! are desirous of erecting a Ornamental Skrafet.

of ber'. ft-Jear-old fiance to willing best singers. Confederate monument in M.. ..<...
his -
repeat visit. 3
and threatens to publish his love letter. I J. B. Leffingwell, jr., superin- and a liberal patronage of this enter-
Mrs. II. S. Chambers, who has been
She says she taught him the Mrs. Isaac Levy, formerly of tendent of the Ocala Telephone Company tainment which will be first class In
spending the past six months with
New Thought. He has evidently had Gainesville, who has been spending relatives says !that the company has every way, will be greatly appreciate I
In Macon
Ga.
has returned
another think. the two made an order for a complete outfit ed. The advertising of +-- -4
past weeks in Ocala with the
her concel'tcompany.
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home
and will
remain
in Ocala for of .Ericson fixtures, which will be
,
Pure fresh drugs are the only kinds brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. the winter. She was accompaniedhome shipped direct from Sweden comprising handsome half.
and
will tone
wed In prescriptions filled H. Neuberger, left yesterday for engravings of the members has GLEN SAINT
by Tydings by her son, Hampton, who has be installed by February first and been MART NURSERIES
& Company. Tell Augusta, Ga. to placed in various
join her show
your yhysician to husband, been windows
very ill for several months with Ocala will then be able to C. U IASZI! PtflP
leave that it about
your prescriptions there to be and they ,will make that city their say the city. Remember the
filled. typhoid fever and who is now slowlyrecovering. has fine date, Clu Slat
x home. I as a telephone service as Monday, December Man, Its.
12th at the eu
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I I ; SfllNT CECELIfl MUSIC 1LE.A A Song of Hope. I t, RECTOR Of ST. LUiE'S.t t THE PROVED-

tj Back of the gloom- ,,.
The bloom- I
I Delightful Event at the Home of Back of the strife- Ashburnham Ontario, Testifies to the
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Good Qualities of Chamber t
Sweet life;
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Melver. I I
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f l ROYAL And flowering meadows that glow I j Iain's Cough Remedy.ASHBURSHAM eee

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Melver were at and gleam : O "T., .}.pri113, 1908.
Where the wind sing joy and the
home Friday evening from eight to daisies dream I think it is only right that I should
From CaHnuio to Ik* ........
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And the sunbeams color the quick- tell you what a wonderful effect .. .
twelve Coat fnm "" 4 to tfct fl.V
I o'clock to quite a number of ening clod Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has ofYOUNG x.o.: 11M

" I t Baking Po\vder. their frien s. Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. And faith God.in the future and trustin produced. The day before Easter I

was so distressed with a cold and
Back of the
Hocker and Mrs. Welsh received. gloom- a MAT IS
The bloom! cough that I did not think to be able

: The affair was a Saint Cecelia Musicale i- to take any duties the next day as:
Saves Health Fronting the night-
> and was of the most voice almost choked
one truly The light! my was by the Eden and Blue GemAnd

f charming affairs that has been givenin Under the snows- cough. The same day I received an

The rose! order from you for a bottle of your The
Ocala for .
The some time. And the vales sing joy to the misty Cough Remedy. I at once procureda Young A Mathis Cantatoup.*,
of
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s use Royal Baking Powder is Saint Cecelia is the chosen patron- hills, sample bottle and took about three
Eden Gem Pollock and
essential to the healthfulness of the t, ess of musicians and from her skill in And the the rills wild; winds ripple it down doses of the medicine. To my great

singing is especially the patron saint And the far stars answer the song relief the cough and cold had completely Genuine Rocky Ford.

t family food. 1 of sacred music. Beautiful pictures that swells disappeared and I was: ableto
I With all the music of the bells! preach three times on Easter day. ROM STANDARD MELONS.fen .
of this saint have been executed
by Fronting tne night- .
Yeast ferments the food I know that this rapid and effectivecure *PTOT.. tk.W grow, utrw ,
The !
Raphael and other celebrated painters. light was due to your cough remedy. pVoAMttVHMM, tfcttf *Vp(n'.ItMMtf. .

Alum baking powders Frank L.Stanton. 'usTo __
are injurious. la Atlanta Con.-titntion. I make this testimonial without solicitation .

After the guests had all arrived a being thankful to have found M* TA* +trw II.to (ftM

Royal Baking Powder saves health. musical program was rendered. Mrs. Ocala to Lose a Good Citizen. such a Godsent" remedy. ........ ..... a ap t'.' r.' .
Respeectfully Yours cueiny..d .eed eior :d ted
f Mclver read'a short sketch of the Mr. F. Lang, a prominent citizen of E. A. LAXGFELDT M. A., *mt ferfcetty HptxJ m. ,.'.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. life of Saint Cecelia after which Mrs. Rector of St. Luke's ehnreh. PvO proof..4 partteotor ..
t Ocala has purchased the beautiful fwitalMtf N .......1 or .rl V' c

; __ _._ T-.W _. .. L-nTi .-.. I. ?, ? -T I Hocker and Miss: Wartmann played a To Chamberlain Medicine Co. tu-ntoC. HMATHIS, IIadn1Ih
I p lovely duet. home of Mr. H. Price-Williams, on This remedy is for sale by all druggists "r,H. F. YOUNC A CO. ....

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS; Local Editor.iiocALHAPPENINGS. m I I 'cAUasCN J N tg LII JI.. rl)
..- Mrs. Looney, :Mrs. Lapham, Mrs. the Miami river about three miles

McKean, Miss Whitfield and Mr. above the city. The price paid for --- -

t ;!I''!:?.... .:. -- _'. Pik ,n ., 2: ,u 'Q
t : x Masters sang solos and the programwas this handsome property was 17,000.

concluded with a beautiful .
: F f, .. guar Mr. Lang is a friend of Major C. M. .XMAS GOODS.
f tette, sung by' Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. .
: Brown whojhas recently moved here
L.i i Lapham Mrs. Mclver and Miss Whit-

E Mr. Pearson Moody is at home .for I Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and her field. from Ocala; Mr. Brown went to -
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t. neice, Miss Amanda Leavengood, his in the last
vote
: ., a few days.Broward. After the conclusion of the programa Ocala to cast
have gone to Dunnellon to visit theformer's election and was so enthusiastic in t
t led his ticket. He polled "musical romance" and "musicalconundrums" t"e have them this year in endl Mj variety
daughter, Mrs. Turnipseed. his description of this section, that I
: '',9.1. were guessed. All of
l Mr. decided to come down I
i is in Dr. J. ;M. Carn, of Centerville! Fla., the conundrums were correctly an- Lang apdll f
Mr. W. P, HaUley visiting
GamYUl I is in Ocala on a visit to his daughter swered by Mrs. Hocker and she received se the country for himself, with the ; i Toys. Dolls.

( result that he has bought an elegant .
the handsome framed
-- Miss Ettie Carn. Dr. Carn is a guestat prie a .

The Marion Farms is still engaged the home of his nephew, Mr. w.1.picture of the saint, whose birthdaywas home and will at once bring his interesting -

m prtediflg their fine crop of cane. D. Cam. being honored on this occasion. family to resid here. I
1 The line of Doll, all broufkl to Oral
Miss He will purchase a launch and is i j largest at priwumr
Dye for having the most correct I
Mr. and Mrs Earl I. Pearson have
SIN W. F. Lowry" of Homosassa, I perfecting arrangements to enjoy the
musical
romance received a sofa t .
med cards the birth of
: : announcing
f 9a.. 310 dar Chopping in Ocala. cusion also with climate and other attractions to the i -
S ,painted a picture of
their litte girl Margaret Earl on

,. The en* .r stone for Yonge's newt November the thirtieth.Mr. St. Cecelia: Dr. Walter Hood, for utmost. I

bilk' tau been laid the most original answers, received a Mr. Lang in a native Georgian, although ; Also Fancy Goods from \vHicfem. can prey lM

t Hugh Leavengood .who has small he has re3id Ml in Florida a !
banjo. ; .
\ Mr. Ore F. Armstrong, of Sarawak I been. on the island of Terra Ceia ini'i During the evening punch was number of years and in a gentlemanof For Your

i$ in the city for a couple oftfapit. Manatee couijty, for some weeks has the old school. I .
served by Miss Owen Miss Piatt and
\ returned home. He and his family will be quite an I 11 Sweetheart
Miss Potter and in the dining room .
31nL Rmfaa Rowland. has returned Mrs. J. G, Ferguson,has been entertaining I Mrs. Mclver was assisted by Miss acquisition to Miami soci ty.- !
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ho** from a month's vast to relatives her mother. and sister Mrs. Weathers. Dye Harris, Barco, Whit- Miami News. r I i iI Wife

t m Savannah. 4Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Jones for several field, Pereda and Liddon. Mrs. Sit- II I I ,
Miss Violet! Harris Appointed Sponsor. ;
weeks Mrs. Jones is accompunied trunk poured the coffee and tea. "
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r Waldo of Orange Lake, is on Miss Violet Harris of this city has Or Even
her .
by lovely little daughter.Mrs. The table was very prettily decor- I e
1, a Wt to her daughter,Mrs. Carl Van been tendered the position of l sponsor
J. F. Batchelder and daughter, ated. In the center was a bowl cf Husband,
-.i 'r Deman in Jacksonville. for the Florida division at the fifteenth f "
of Panasson kee, are at the Ocala pink and white roses and scatteredover

i. \ )Ir. C. C. Rawls,, Montbrook, Hou e., They came up to be with the white cloth were musical i annual reunion of the United U We have beautiful China and Glassware and in feet

Confederate Veterans to be held in
wa a visitor to Ocala Monday and Mr. Batchelder. who is quite ill at notes, tars, clefts, etc.. cut from red A .1 line of Goods
a complete Holiday
Louisville, Kentucky in the month of
was\ a guest at the viontezuma Hotel. the hotel. His Ocala friends hope cardboard. The paper doilies were : .'.
I June nineteen handred and five. "
that his illness will be of short dura- i painted with music and each guest fi S
Mr. B. L. Hall, of the "Fair" re- Miss Annnie F. Cooper, of St. -..-----
tion. was given a small musical instrument
returned home Sunday after a week's Augustine has been appoined as one
the visitors in and a miniture Brown of the
Among prominent picture i Oar Isne 'of
absence in Valdosta and other places. of Miss Harri maids-of-honor. The I
Ocala are Mr. and Mrs. Davis who saint as souvenirs of this delightful \
second maid-of-honor has not yet
Mr. George DtCotte of Jacksonville arrived Monday from Atlanta Ga. musical evening. been appointed. I t Dress Goods, Shoes) -.

I* the guest of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Davis are stopping atMrs. Mr. and Mrs. slower had as their

Julia Palmer's and have guests, Mrs. William Hock, Mrs. E. This appointment is a high compli- Gents'
Mr. O. T. Maughs for a few days. rooms furnh Qings.
ladies and
at Mrs.-J. C. Porter's. They will C. Welsh, :Mrs M. C. Looney Mr. ment to the young they

the columns of the Ocala are anticipating with a great deal of
Look over probably spend the winter in this .%and Mrs. S. T.Sistrunk,Mr. and Mrs.

t Banner-Dally and Wet-kly editions- city. J. R. )Martin 'Ir. and Mrs. T. D. pleasure the delightful trip that is in Is complete and is rp-to-date.

before doing Christmas shopping Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Roberts store for them.
your Bryan, ,
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The winter term of the circuit co'urt Don't forget our Millinery line which has caused so
t'i Mr. Cranford, one of Valdosta's Mr. and|Mrs. W. W.Condon :Mr. and
Bitter
convende Tuesday. Following is a list Fight Will Be
business was a Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mr. and Mrs. C. much favorable talk.
S prominent men of the jurors: Ben Rheinauer W. Those, who will persist in closing

V. )Miller Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, theirears against the continual recommendation -
visitor to Ocala Saturday.
W. C'yatt: R. 0. Connor, F. A. Tea- Buy one of our up-to date Pattern Hats or one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapham, Misses of Dr. King's New
-, 1- Mr. II. A. Alwater, of the Wilson gue, C. R. Hendricks, Z, C. Cham- Discovery for consumption, will havea
Wartmann Owen, Edith Piatt, Lou-
I... Cyprea Company at Eureka was bliss, S. A. Standley, R. L. Fort J. long and bitter fight with their Celebrated
ella Gary Valeta Potter, Johnnie
visiting In Ocala Saturday and paid K. )Mixon A. R. Douglass, J. S. troubles if not ended earlier by fatal
Tailor Made Hats and be IT!
Liddon, Hattie Dye, Sara Harris, termintion. Read what T. R. Beall of Gage
this! office a much appreciated it. Branch, T. W. Perkins, A. T. Gun-
Esther Weathers, Christian Cook Beall Miss. has to say: Last fall my t .
ter, A. W. Hinson T. J. McQuaig,
Miss Lucy Camp who has beenpending Myrtle Fennell Sara Whit eld, Sue wife had every symptom of consumption The Place: Nash's Red Front StoreV it
Robert Marshall, C. A. McCraney, J.
the past five weeks in Norfolk Barco, Sara :McCreery Gertrude she took Dr King's New Discov-
L. Sherouse, Robert Neal A. T. ery after [everything else had failed, The Time: Right Now
Suffolk and Roanoke, Virginia, Pereda Mattie Williams and Georgia
Proctor W. Scarborough, W. B. improvement came at once and four
returned home Saturday afternoon. Smith, Dr. Walter Hood, Dr. E. Van curedher. Guaranteedby
Livingston, F. M. Townsend, 0 P. bottles entirly Yours Anxious to Please,
Hood Rev. L. B. Warren, Messrs. S. Tyding & Co drug store. Price
llev. Mr. Moore, who has been Kelsey J. T. Burgess, J. S. Thomas,
E. Hiller, E. T. Helvenston J. H. oOc, and 1.00. Trial bottles free. m
pending several weeks in Ocala S. H. Gaitskill W. J. :Mixson P. T.
., Workman J. H. Taylor, H. A. Daniel A New Citizen. G. A. NASH.
with hU son, Rev. L. W. :Moore left Wilson, J. D. George, J. W. Mc-
G. H. Ford and Arthur Masters. Frncis McIntosh, of Columbia
Friday for his home In North Carolina Craig, A. Chappell, W. H. Sherouse,


J. A. Stevens R. C. Rid?e. I II A Frightened Horse S. C., a merchandise and ability has broker located of experience in- '.-, ._-_."_._-._..., ,-_ ...-_...- -. -.- H._-' r .q, '. --. .- ,_ ',_ ...
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Running like mad down the street T
interest
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dumping the occupants or a hun- in that branch of the extensive


f THEIRS TO COMMAND dred occurrences.other accidents It behooves, are every everybodyto day which business he of will Eagleton he give and his Price-personal, to McMi Ian Bros


have reliable salve and
a handy
Tribune.Mr. .
i it attention.-Tampa
Southern Works
Copper
I there's none as good as Bucklen's McIntosh is quite well known
I We solicit the business of responsible con-
Arnica Salve. Burns cuts, ,sores,
here being a brother of :Mr. EdardL.

concerns and individuals, assuring them eczema and piles, disappear quickly Mcltosh, of this city.A Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

under its soothing effect. 25c. at
that reasonable accommodation is and General Metal Workers.Old
4 I I every Tydings & Co's. drug store. m Costly Mistake. .
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I theirs to command. Blunders are sometimes very expensive -

Come in and talk it over with us.' This office was pleasantly honored Occasionally life itself is Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching w

1 Monday by a call from Mr. and Mrs. the price of a mistake, but you'll through the country a specialty. Orders by mail Or

f. I BANK M. H. Morrison and little son, of never be wrong if- you take Dr. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

COMMERCIAL King's New Life Pills for dyspepsia, following works .
Moss Bluff. They give good reports
,. dizziness, headache, liver or bowel
i I rs OCALA, FLORIDA. from their neighborhood, and are
thor-
trouble. They are gentle yet FAYETTeVILLE
N. C.
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I : 8 II. BUTCH, MANAGER. A. H. MARSH, ASST. MANAGER. : more and more pleased with the ough. 25c.. at Tydings & Co's drug ,

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w. "" .nu tI 6titesvd e. OrB.utw. ter, b preagfefegr sose very z ,. i3: THE FAIR.

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-. Katfo".t, DtFtm a'L iaMect Ssaday xas '*S C6c.IrGL"... Jv Z: 225! GROCERIES I flllCY
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I q4 a, wed _g Y odet11a 0e taay..aM&i of C&rfsC, after !!iiwpcRI. \! White House, Seal! Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee ta Cans
iM. 1ai C1Ii:; sue 1BOSTON STORE ]!
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... ... r psa stsswlitlsssy; .add teaeyti d slea a3 &ataa, ate; as Diecr. E.iE o9O-Day Seed Oats.

...4Wt i J. rdgi.g I twessajp .. WIIe are *s cd a is aa f
I the Market Prices far
We Pay Highest ow.tc..s
.tp ... testy taltneta& tktat PM. Sfak way. i4 dcitf bad li icd torte | ,

j..itss.tsw 4Sie er?-'n ....w daj anal she B vfieaaKaad Ie npi nlHia S OJ zt,I Eggs, are N Kinds of Country Prt4..*f

80.. Kate* iota breai.Is I
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tbe fft BB; 5(fee swine wa ofat r, B. L. HALL Prop.
W'. a sir IIIIGft sst s4k.lirrt. r asi .. For the past three months ,
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... AI"1. II' ",. ill &lie111 JIft g oSeer all Mrs. BtaryC | S. A STANDLEY & CO.
Gvfti and M:3J. B Stases read i ii
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Chair Work IB rda e C-W. B. 3{.,n aid
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s. M ... M tar *. tfet Mtenertfc 'i c I lithilf....- .* .. r .: .. _
P.mrIaMC.. W. E, b .
._.e.._ by ss t..11 a.dL cA.eria. ,I > cl !I ..
.. X. ia Florida," and as ?=Haf. his ad- .' o j.W;; I) fit Lair I 111'11... :its 1a -
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rttt tw. < 1
dr*s3 was dog ta1 aM iaszneere, at QJi 188 ,--S-
tiff h1 aflwd YII tr Ifar.It I

.. ksrl a sr..M fl.eY sir ;the 19.3it dog wutane: of winefe aa a&easz Do You Know That It Is'i I} LIVERY EED & BALD STABT.Jt

.;,.. ,.. JL .... fIftIrJ., HIlI a
.. LLLy I
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si. r.lL .. 1M tuff -- Seaxtifai Fixtarss. $..... PMIA t.4 ...uI.I .

.... ...... ., lit 1 1 aM UIe J6t.k Eagietoe & Prime, repre-eims: she ] Only Two WeeKs Till I js: 0. ... qf Uw .,.., t '....

.mill .... tilt .lases f&te offfcefcjr. maws' :;, bare js ::uIEd : r ... aaI .kiadtt if att.-.r:..... > ..

y.tt risen ill tie.ke.ke trttr. the has&oetest set olbraegat ri eft 2 r ... M __ TtilllMtI.ft4Io !tvt& a.e" i.''. '.
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Msl..s '+ to Tampa in the sew: r
J i .,rJ fkwOUat oefe*- .c} r '1! f
- J ads -1. .rottld *. s l ..a:; stand ot VaL iL A2tocncoT the Christmas t ? Z BOW* .sAtarrt tu wt ti "'s .

.. ..... .. t. ill tie rtgoa..i.ra.h.t .' Elks barber g. The stand ia a a i I \ J that atirtew sMhd.e -jb* III> V'5IV'Il.

tt'... trait to the city. H& Ssridi will C> .. i 1.0 e \\ \ I raid eNOrt.'L. .

--, ..... totM b it fell with be in efcarje of fe.-Tampa Tnbene. .:.:. +Now s the time to prepare: for the Jcoldj' weather| *< \_ v repwt. wfl.a. 1. .4.M1$ 1 I 't.f tt

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1M.,I. -Iii, p&. .PHa". Of B fi, It ii a tatrdift fea aad Oeaia fettep r' (1 o th. t'we tits lihtua .;
that sure to accompany: it-. Oar 5WC erejinlg' o.&a fur C .
k"J'fh \ : siillsetr t 1 r II :tit
u., rlrei III .u pioeplsabe rood of febe pate it: U seams* for i \jU I cZi1 m_ ; .
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- L ...._ ,f .rn Taapa. I | full trim, and the prices are the lowest. !i rt'

ttkM art I MIIdI M.are1 ki bees e- : i! "Z T.Y.. SKITH CD
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Of laUrest to Mataers.of 2 i For those who may not know: o .
11"111" to I-1-j, iwr e*. y day f fLadieV N3e a :
.Thocsa.d << Bttfe ores die every /
lyrics .C tfcb kuge bsdy.1 laborer I :. _
T
year of erovp. Moet of them eodd j ..a- I
iia. tvs-a of A Itotise y: pIe' bare been saved by a few dog ofFoieyf5 c'
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,nTvUT'I I Honey ash Tar, and every z ; Tailored Mm*. : I..adiell'ai.O' } j I TO CANE SYRUP MAKERS

yith children sbosid it You will find" here the We offer
Wkf t. it ttac ttare fe crag; family kEtp the most omCD, j
in tfce soose. It contains apiatres g ; I largest line of Tidies line of '
no- ptete waists in
n.....".taf fteac of ass, eoesiderla I |
and ire gale and stH-e. Mr>. O rr | o gait.in Central Florida. this section. Any kind
aAI r iat Ie/.cress the interior : ;, ; We have them in the lay of j c
I K Pfekett, San Fra: feco, CaL, goods can be found in i c
ws me Hr.II1d1 ppIied writes: "Xy baby had a dangerous : es; effects of Mannish our store-flannels, bril0:

.kit r$w aMteriab sad bare a etiUkt aluck of crap and we thought he :1 : mired tweeds in all colors de sole, I -
world choke to death, bat one dose a and sizes. Remember, taffeta&ilkand China COo
.*!. + a OKMI fSToraW? z'I I
of Fotey'a Honey and Tar relieved | < they are made by roec. silk all in assorted colors r
TV aM**r Sa MUJT. Ow toefcrfet j : It would take too much .: iPeau O
her at once after other remedies hadt3.iIetL x 'I-i r
Ngre 1ft iitve. 2 ; space to explain about de soie, in assorted -
We are sever a raintoe withoet :: .,
Ur j the-different kinds.. shades .?3.75
Wfcyemtifcrae( the ghee and I z
it in the hocse. Postoffieeore.
drug L I i Crepe de shine .. 2.75 V a
W, .f a raitaid.'"" 1 17'.f InEnz.gemeat f The prices are 87.5(. AH wool flannel" .. 2.oO : 1

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to .
; eo u .x.OUC Assorted '
.... Aanaancement. materials
I..t t oust fr.1t Settr*
t i.i..s Attack. I ; A nice suit for.l0.w 1H 50c
i The engagement of )Ir. Herman z : to 3.00 !I 1 2m 1S
'I aM a *wa*. bittoe. attack and :
Benjamin of this city and Miss EabyStehiheimer j z"I Ics
tesL isle .jr head YU aboot to burstvtwa .-.. : .
of Atlanta,has been announced. : .'
o. Lailie Skirl*. -'
I got bell of a fft.e sample of *
O a.......'. SfcMttch and Liver )!r. Benjamin is the manager o Our line epn. ist? of Ladle* Jacket*. ;i! Ij I

TMM. I took a doge. of them after of the Ocala Ice and Meat Packing '", | about H*00 skirts of the C y .K
> latest styles made of We have them in long j jones
tapif a" to wxt ikj I hIt like a Company of this city and w a V VV I,0 !
.rw wax .... bare been feeling happy l g 31annish"miitnre r bril- and short ones; !
brother of Messrs. Sol and 3
SimoaBenjamin.
.-... .*<*..' wy Mr. J. W.South, II a liantines, series, war!'t- made of broadcloths, "
z I Pds and ladies' o !
of JtJM, Txa For bitioosness, < : cloth. avert cloths, zebelines I
.tlrrek ,..ovbie.* and constipation; )[:. Benjamin's Ocala friends, will Also nice line of dress and all grades of Man-f tH
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Nor Ubkto have ao eqoaL Price congratulate him on his engagement.: 2 skirts ioade of taffeta nosh mixtures. You can ;I., e 1 't

He. rV Nil by aU tfcu ;teU. m The marriage will occur later in the u 5 satins.silk, peas de pie and tint them for the entire !i Z
Large assrirtment family in all sizes and O -
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.c.rlhw., IhelHllts ..II SappiiesIke winter. of walking skirts shades. I I
in I
fMee Moval of Mr. LipscombA Ho Case of Pneumonia on Record.* new mixtures
o skirt for dress ?2.56 Prices. 82.50 to eto.oo' 3 f we .
to < to*iyflk Sihsg.r sewing ma- We do not know of a single instance z S \.rrIt'bte Puy _

ehtai' awl MpfilkM can be,=obtained where a cough or cold rasnlted inpneumonia E Skirt for street 8L50 to'315.00 '. A nice one, worth m Z I

tnhah L. W. Jackson salesman a.oilret.f nd or consumption when F oo to 6.5O W.W! for. ,. ,. .6300* CD The "Golden New Model" 3-Roller
Mo. Al OfcJdawaba avenue, ley's Honey and Tar had been: taken. .J > -
Z I
o-Aa. 11- 11 1m It cured coughs and colds perfectly: -o I I{ o S

M> do not take chances with some unknown a Vertical Cane Mills
Tto neat rte teachers a xdationwi0 05O NtDon't O ,
bit held preparation which may contain Forget That We Sell the < The latest note man ..
in Jack*ostille on Des;. i iI opiates, which cause constipation have them up-cc.d. 'MtP.iIIa lirht oa da. If.", c < _

N, M< 31. Tte toUowiudistin. I I a condition that retards recovery z 0': COo and we will in stock.. If DU r'Vbveak-ot 14t'6U..... e...... .. ..
Best send
Shoes by
you wtumM0RION
Made.
|Ktehd ducaton Sgore on the pro from a cold. Ask> for Foley's o mail t'tftNiar gisits fhb i.. eve

.... rid: Dr. Hclver, of North Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute 07u : Every Pair -4 Our outer
guaranteed to satisfaction !
IiNrictltte
offered. Pofetofficedrngstore.m ; give \for we itrp 11ttNltctittt t$4
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State z H.
GM.iia Superintendent r give iud Catthe<< I.roor ..
; you a new pair. Special agents tor t h'c Blhulll 1'"lrlill'''''''' -&I. 1..... JMttI
M.itta.1 SHUt Carotea; Presidentlytm It b said that Napoleon's pulse, or ; : 'ftIrI l''IIUtt. )11 t Mud lUn'"c
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\ Orry, ol Oeor pia; Chancel heartbeat, was only 40 to the minute. : I L"and atilt :I"a 1..11Iutlk .r C:rurrttl 11..'HppIhiy..1eh

Ur R. B. lIIM1. of lbJIsSfppi; State This enabled him to be cool under,! z o I HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES m 2 per StusL..t anti Nlekle.plasled ult'e HUt of Cams: ..iu. \e.p. ti

Slp.rirfawiaut. J. B. Asweil, of the most trying circumstances, and -I z. ('OitkluC t l"lt......
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K s For Men Women and Children. CO '- --
LottiditM. Dr. ,
PraUKr
; of Texas; when most of his followers were o f
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S..h..ltat I.V.. Hill, of Ala overcome with fatigue and heat he ..J'Z!I 5- V ; HARDWARE COMPtINY.S
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proceedings promise tote had only reached normaL Had be \ 9to

Hdi- Rly iAtere ting and the not been physically unlike mot mer | Now, just a few words more, and the tale will be Oo OCALA, Sucre. s 'ra hi Hubti&N .t "d".
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; usdg brfty aUende he could not have kept np so long 3Q !told. We have been doing business here for the P\ 4

Tberv way tM here and there individml under fatigue and the loss of sleep. Q'': past five years and to our satisfaction, as our sales i COo 4. .......-- ,
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; have -wiw5A
increased
exception, indeed many of Cured Paralysis.W. z every year 50 per cent. over the preceding -

..... bat it cannot reasonably b S. Bailey. P. 0. True, Texas, u ; one. Now, this means something; think of it. r 21 ,

aid that a whole writes: "My wife had been suffering i Our motto is O
people are unenterl to have satisfied EVERY
sale.
you or We
five years with paralysis in her arm, no I j GROWBIt I'PIX T&VZ
MBg and sMftie. So why h i it I i want to
when I was persuaded to n,e Bal- you know that if you are dissatisfied with any- TO ItYE OUR Nom

MI taopoiMilbiMty to build up a city or : lard's Snow Liniment, which cured z i thing you purchase of us will be cheer-j n "Z'L.A r:2L l'A'S!.! ,
your money \ z \ & ..
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ceeirpltd. .,. .
a Io4u tiy in the interior ThJsaksouWe e [her all right. I have also used it for "nom.\ 3IS"-Book .. r"l .
old sores, frostbites i fully refunded. Hoping to have examine "n.C S. ,A of r? ,tl iMlft..ot.. ..
Metropolis takes the boll and skin erup H you our,; ; STUmIJookJf{ Qam -.* _

bf aGe horns and boldly answers the $1.00.tions. It does the work." 25c. 50c. J u O lines, we remain- Yours for Lower Prices, j; COo "US Fertilisation j P3TJT ES"--"Ik olaet 011 "&(41.08 S "Sell.... &Ya. ........ s'++Iet%MH. .+ -

qttettion. It proclaims that "to dotH Anti-Monopoly drag store m. of Fertilisers, DigCing and .P ... atM tie'' t''
!' FLS.' !.!:'".:3"- of SMi"F"r'rrPLr
.iae *" one most move to Jacksonffie. Bishop Duncan, of the Southern 0)o !ip f utt.u. r1SntI2: rS"--Bo\."k 8hJag IItttcWt AI le........... ...""

% The unequal freight rate crip- Methodist church, scored women's THE BOSTON STORE. !' < prices, etc' OW'"r Tit. AI:a',..>

pit and squeezes the interior to the clubs last week in a sermon at the Q Z oo SEW 1'CBL1SUED AiD 1tSVJ8ED EDITIONS or \ J..

point of strangulation. The Metro p- North Georgia Conferance < 0f SB.\"T timK FOR 1111 A gng
at Marietta EVERYTHING
.CO WORN BY MAN WOMAN >
OR
olU b right. To do business CHILD :
one and
the Wilson
now club women of z z & Toomer

mut go to Jacksonville. Georgia are scoring the bishop. u BOYS' CLOTHING BOYS' CLOT.Ml.NQ. o Fertilizer Co13ctt.WtlYliiC ,

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The papei-' "Jf the People, for the People and by the People."

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f o L,. JLXXIX. NO 21, E OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER, 9, lOOt DOLLAR A YEARTheJewder

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The Leap Year Dance Florida Becoming Busy'Again. "Monkeying with the:Rates." j

'NEiNF i At the Rifles' Armory last night We had an interesting and pleasanttalk The Jacksonville Metropolis of December Yours

the young ladies gave a leap year yesterday with Mr. C. A. Mc- 1, with the above heading, is

dance in compliment to the young Craney, who is living in the south- at fault, and shows a very,short-sight-
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gentlemen of the dancing set. They eastern portion of the state near ad policy; fpr as we read the article 4y

also had as their guests quite a num- Higley. Mr. McCraney says there the advice given is for everyone to

ber of the young married people. I are not less than five hundred acres \ move to Jacksonville if cheaper rates Christmas

The dance wa: begun at 8:30, and I of land in his vicinity that are now are desired.If .

was very informal and was quite a planted in orange groves and will such advice is taken where wouldit ,
I ft' Trading should be made; at our itore, ;l Lf..e
delightful adair. soon be bearing. He estimates the lead to? In our opinion it would re- MIl )
I we have got the right kind of goods and because we tfetra
..ucU1;.[ _Mii. Mr. Leon Fishel, Ocala's adept 'output this season at 10,000 boxes. sult in the congregation of all the peo- right. We have just received a nice assortment of ladim' n t a4f.

Here' Nice List From Whichto pianist played. This includes the crop of fruit on ple and every business interest in the to wear Hats. These are genuine bargains. The prices >ro.

elect a Suitable Present Twenty numbers were danced, the Esmeralda Island In orange ham- city of Jacksonville,which would not from 50c. toSii.OO.Come .
For a Friend or Relative: and select one.
young ladies of course making the mock, at one time, supposed to be a desirable condition as by this absurd .

SOLID GOLD WATCHES engagements instead of, the usual have been the best orange land in the proposition other parts of the Nice Xnjas) Presents for Ladies

SOLID GOLD'RINGS way. Partners for the first dance county, there are a number of groves state would become, depopulated and

l CUT GLASS WARE were secured by matching the programs I that have been resuscitated and are every business interest would of necessity Shirts, Cloaks, Jaeka

t which were numbered. now bearing. Mr. McCraney has for all time have received its Shirt Waists Underwear, Shy,
t JAPANESE lIe41'
WARE Pocketbooks, Handerchiefs, ,.
Miss Myrtle Fennell and Miss Nel- I five acres; J. B. Booth, fifteen acres; death blow. Fascinators Corsets
r INDIAN BUCKSKIN NOVELTIES ,
sie Curd served fruit punch between.I J. F. Johnson fifteen. acres; Mr. !. This article is ill in all its tenden-

< GOLD LODGE EMBLEMS: the dances.It I Conger, ten acres andIr.. Barr, cies, for while Jacksonville has be- Suitable Xnys) Gifts For MeQ.)

STERLING SILVER GOODS was past midnight when the fifteen acres. come a great trade center, of which
Clothing, Shirts, Underwear, hosiery
strains of "Home, Sweet Home" These groves are singularly free fact we, as Floridians, are proud andas
The Prices You Will Find, AreAs Hats, Caps, \eckties."F"Su tootf"hoes
Low As Good Qualities were played, thus bringing to a c.ose from insects and if unhurt by cold such rejoice iu the great development Umbrellas, Handkerchief, Cuff Ili
. 't: Will Admit. Call and See,
another very pleasant evening. weather will prove to their owners an of our sister city, yet by a pursuit -
t and Meet Santa ClausJ
Siore
Come to our
t Those,dancing last night were the investment far better than government of the policy advised by the Metropolis -

following: :Misses Janie Woodrow, bonds.A II l' Jacksonville; with the rest of M. FISH.EL.

Mary Anderson, Lucy Camp Sue I I the state, would come to distress.
I Much Appreciated Compliment
Esther Weathers Johnnie Florida is .s
Barco a large state in which large

Liddon Annie Davis Hattie Dye > One of the best known men in and diversified industrial interests are

1- .. Valeta Potter Louella Gary, Ger- I, Florida in a letter of recent date being developed to the great advantage DO YOU Need (Iny FURNITUREWe

trude Peredo, Meta Jewett, Sara and i I wrote to the editor of this paper the of all; and there is room for all
E9 3; t have a large stock, and will sell you cheaper for rab&aa
,$tF Violet Harris Christian Cook, following which he appreciates very such and for mapy more enterprises you can buy anywhere else,in the state. Try tt* and see.
Messrs. T. H. S. E. Killer [ highly and takes the liberty of print- I ---- ---
Jei Harris I not yet developed. The better policy Goods sold on the installment plan, part cash and baUne &

!. Benjie Weathers Stephen and ing: I II I would be for every section of the small dayments to suit your convenience.

; Sandford Jewett 0. B. Howse, E. J. I "f have just read with especial : -state's vast territory to combine for Honey Orders Secern hit Lttea' ::.

i t Crook, J. H. Taylor, J. H. Work- pleasure your 'Reply to an Unfriendly the best interests of the entire people, 11)703 Cast G:=s Write ta?s f te Prices.
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'' i USA EUSABZTS HARRIS Local Editor man, G. H. Ford, Howard Clark C. Criticism' in this week's Banner, for there is no enterprise or industry We always have ja lotjof bargalna'that it will pay yen to lkt

', ,. H. Lloyd, E. T. Helvenston H. A. I I and I just want to say to you that in : now being developed but must of necessity -I advantage, of.
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; Waterman H. A. Daniel Charles i my opinion it is one of the best benefit everyone. The article
ABOUT TOWN. <_ i Ocala Furniture Company.
; HAPPENINGS :Moore Harvey Clark, Mr. and things that has appeared in the Flor- manifests the dog in the manger spirit,

\,. Mrs Albert E. Gerlg, ALT. and Mrs. J ida press in years. For ?forcible and will not accomplish the end the
.
Capt. John L. Inglis of Jackson- Arthur Clark Mr. and .*+rs. Geo. \ elegant English and sledge-hammer narrow-minded author manifests.

; vllle and Port Inglis, was in Ocala R] :McKean -Mr. andIrs logic I doubt if it has-ever been ex No doubt Metropolis would be CLEARING OUT SALE}

4 n yesterday Lee Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. I j celled. The south owes you. a rising glad to sep the wholesale men of

t )(on. Herbert A. Ford is on a visit '-:Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mathews and unanimous vote of thanks." Gainesville Ocala and Palatka heed Of all Winter :Milliaery
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to New York City and will be absent Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, I its advice, but they are not likely\ to .
v Another ComplimentA
R for about ten days. I and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp. do so. The wholesale houses of inte-
1 -. valued subscriber living at Brook- Mrs. Tompkins will sell all kinds Winter Millinery at bargains
e; ;i Full line fresh candies for Xmas at i i I Besides the dancers quite a numb lyn, Bradford county, Florida, under rior towns are being discriminated from Dec. 1. to January I, 1003. Bargain in price in e

Whaley' 1292t r of spectators were present. date of December 5th writes to the against in the matter of freight rates r goods. Closing: out Sale. Thirty days' bargains. All wlaltr

: i I in the interest of Jacksonville and if I stock old in that time, or less if vo siLle.
t q1p If are expecting your share of A Good Thing editor of this paper a personal letter
you I the Railroad Commission desires to do
the holiday trade you had better tell In order to avoid that terrible rush from which we make the following justice to the commercial interests of Mrs, L. T, Tompkins,
and crush of business during Xmas
p about it. extracts:
i the public other sections the complaints of the OppCJ ite Pittman'i Furniture ill
j week :\1r.\I. Fishel has made are-1: i "Your reply to the nes Moines
)Ir. and Mrs. Edward Holder who I business men of Gainesville and other
duction prices in all lines to induce Register & Leader is a very fine pro
: came to attend the funeral of Mrs. I interior towns will be carefully weighed l'
up the out-of-town to come in
people duction and I wish it could be printedin
returned home yester- and the discrimination .
Smith
D. M. stopped.The
i : early and buy their Xmas goods. \ alt of the leading newspapers in
morning, driving through the I Sun does not desire to see the interests -
". day : Men's suits which usually sold for the country north as well as south.I R. HUN PER
country I 'II .I of the railroads or the city of ,
__ I 515.00 now go at $12.50; men's suits think so much of it tbat if you will .

": Mr. Emerson Pooser of Arcadia, I at $7.50, regular price $9.00; men's;: send me a nnmber of papers contain- Jacksonville jeopardized, but it does I Successor to 0. A. Hunter.

been visiting his brother, i I i desire to see business men in ether
has !!
who Slits $6.00. now $4.50; overcoats from ing it I shall take pleasure in distributing -

i Capt. Frank Pooser of this city, fcr :. $1.50 to $10.00. Shoes in abundance I I them." i sections given an opportunity to live I Gun and Locksmith
well those business in the
as as doing
returned to his home
the past week, I and at prices that will surprise you.
yesterday. Ladies' jackets usually sold at 2.50, j i The Ocala Music Company's Opening state metropolis.-Gainesville Sun. Repairing a Specialty.

now $1.75; ladies' jackets usually sold I I Wednesday was the day announced Satisfaction Fully Guaranteed,
date fireworks at A ComplIment Marion's Good
Full line to
up 12 9 2t at $5.00, now $3.75; ladies ready made I I\ for the formal Christmas opening- ROIIIs.1 Opposite City Hall. Ucala, Florida
Whale) '. ladies'ready From Jacksonville to Tampa
skirts $1.50
now
price $2.50 ; I the Ocala Music Company.A .
automobile, is a feat which is
Hutchinson'a friends made skirts regular price $4.00, i
'Ir. Harvey now $2.50; ladies' ready made, shirt large number visited this popular undertaken by Harry L Pierce, of ,. .. --....
in Gainesville are congratulating him the and viewed who started'on his
waists from 50c. to 2.50. store all during day Lakeland journey I
the birth of a daughter. His from this city on Friday morning,
upon It will pay you to come early and with pleasure the beautiful displayof
CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine
THE
Ocala friends join in the con atu- take advantage of these low prices cut glass, silver, china music and November 25. .
also to take time in making Mr. Pierce is accompanied by his
latlons.F I and your I jewelry. No prettier display can be
selections. I wife and their little daughter. They
F Mrs. W. J. Byrne have found anywhere and each the
)Ir. and Remember that M. Fishel is the only year have reached Lakeland where they

k returned to Huntsville Ala., after Ocala merchant who is making this Ocala Music Company is doing a report having a magnificent time First Class. Hates Reasonable

F spending several months in Ocala. inducement for you to buy early and better business and carry a better touring through the forest of the

)1 n. Byrne will be greatly missed in it will be a good thing for those and more beautiful stock of goods. state.
;, living out of Ocala. x: is unexcelled He reports that he has encounteredall Refurrjisrjed) Throughout Special Rates by Month.
musical circles. Their display this year
kinds of roads-bad ones, good

Party Postponed.On I anywhere. ones and indifferent ones. The best
In. J. Ira Singleton, nee Miss
account of the death of Mrs. D. Next Wednesday they will have the roads he found were in Marion

Oille Clark, after spending several M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. formal opening of their Japanese county, and the road from Dade City THOS. J. 1LUT NES. PUOP
IRS.
weeks In Ocala with her cousin, Mrs. to Lakeland was also fairly good. I
Chazal have postponed their party goods, to which they cordially invite -. .
Hugh Haycraft, returned to her homeat From Jacksonville Mr. Pierce followed -
have taken the all of their patrons and friends. = = ,
that was to place on the Seaboard Air Line's trackto --- --
Inverness yesterday.
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evening of Dec. 21st. This party was Dade City, spending about three Till LIURIJ.RE.1TI!

The pretties line of box paper and to have been given in compliment to Returns Thanks. days on the trip. He reports some

perfumeries in the city may be found'' :Miss Marie Patrick, of New York Following is a report of the expense trouble in crossing water, and on one 'k Has not been placed upon a large

at Tydings & Company's. x account of the Ocala Rifles' Minstrel occasion got stuck in the mud and ate, 11' number of
and Miss Helen Bush of Boston,
City had to resort to mule power to pull
benefit at the for the hospital:
Tae Arnold Stock Company is Mass., who will arrive in a few days I armory the automobile through to hard JI PIANOSWe

booked for a week's engagement in tD spend the winter with Mr. and Finzel, $3.85; Futch $6;' stage, $10; ground.-Times-Union. ___

j Ocala beginning December 26. The Mrs. Chazal. printing. $10; incidentals SOc; Pitt- i It will be rembembered that Mr. l tell roost of those whieb haft
for chairs $1. Net proceeds to I I
company played a whole week in man I Pierce and his family passed through been so crowned. About all of them
Looking For Dainty Food. the $7.75.
hospital
Jacksonville and is pronounced 0. K. Ocala a few days since.Daughters S J s which are adapted to our trying *&
Walter Young's two pet alligators The hospital directory desires to return -
conditions.
matic
When you want a pleasant purgative escaped yesterday but were recaptured sincere thanks to. the Ocala Meeting. \ r
We to that we sell at 1
and are proud say
try Chamberlain's Stomach before devouring any of our in- Rifles' Minstrel for their unsolicited Remember that the monthly meet- ,...,-

Liver Tablets. They are easy to take habitants. They were in search for efforts to increase the hospital fund ing of the Daughters of the Confederacy the lowest factory price
nausea, griping or
other and produce disagreeable no effect. For sale dainty food and when captured were which is hereby tendered them for will be held at the armory this

by all druggists. m making their way towards Fort King their kindness. W. V. NEWSOM, afternoon.' Major Izlar will address EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.We .

avenue. President Board of Directors.Be the meeting and a cordial invitation
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp, who Marion I is extended to everyone to be pres- have on hand a number of bargains in slightly used

have been spending the past two FOR SALE-Stock farm in : a Trained Nurse. Pianos; for instance.a Chickering, originally SG50.i. .

county; 700 acres; well watered; enclosed needs ent. ______ Now only ........ .. ...... .... .... .. ......... ........$300.
will sail for home The Marion county hospital
months In Europe, ,. with a wire fence. Horses, President Roosevelt's double, who
arrive in Ocala' and good build- from time to time a number of student Write us
today. They will mules, cattle hogs,
ladies who will was arrested in ,New York for for-
remain until Ing, food for coming year, all com- nurses, young
and will
F. December 23, further take a course of training, and there gery, is behind the times. He cried"delighted"
For
business.
for
ready
s. ; aft r the holidays._ plete particulars, address, Box 363 Ocala, by fit themselves for a very lucrative when the minion of LUDDEN CAMPBELL I SMITH I GO.
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calling. Write to the president of
What would make a handsomer or Florida. It the law took him in charge. If he
the board of directors of the Marion
q more useful Christmas present for a Mrs. Pollard has a coloratura of remarkably county hospital. had read the papers he would have PIANOS.JACKSONVILLE
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friend than one of those pretty toilet sweet quality, and has met D$. W. V. NEWSOM, known that Mr. Roosevelt quit the
. : sets, or a manicure set; at Tydings FLORIDA.
President. long
with muchsuccees.-New York Press. expression ago.
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TIEMS OF THE METROPOLIS SJUll TilE EilLtQlO C31XISSICI WILL THE CEHOSBiTlC PARTY DIE? : -3 iiMlRi1
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-=:.. BE A&CLISBED ? The dem&cradc party was so badly E WE EAT MEAT j
recentlj
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t:: routed in the election just part that -
JacfeonrSe too da!
sent a delegation to :. 'I' To strove etroag. ** xeet :.
freight d-"TM .r r )l:! by3..
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w 11'r-r& Juimi Xc.1;!:'. o I predict thai it has outlived its
before the Ute'nili'oad cosss many '
wril lt
.. ; appear fOOt meat we may u 11II
rebates wassponadon cem- I i
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t1 poGcyof f' T
-- I e s rsiion to enter a protest about i tLe!tthie s, will "give up the ghost" I % 4_' it alone. Tbd'f' t* A91tllgth # _
.,- r I I psnies can, if they choose, sake or ,1
freight ffiscrusinatiecs against isI ;. and eRe. I in tonslb meal i Ha4 III fl-
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o Trake cities or fl"zn I
I terier cities. But: it seems to us that a party that |:, -
a
1''t of in? it uk+ fttrHMpfc t.4t?**<
freightin
By pcrsair : a system
: I can elect a in such states as 5*
The Jacks sTffle Metropofia says governor ..
.,.. disQlt L on.s favor of a few seaport s it. It p*>* M s e oartfel to
::;; ;...r. ""'". that it is only a tw a: Jaeksnnvillej \ STassacfessettes, Minnesota and Mis'socri -
( eKie the trassperusioc companies 3 -' baying aie !-*-o MM* to vet )
.Pl' :. bth6e in times like these, lacks a c
fft<: o j wild DO one f3 injured diaiesirationn dot bcdseaa FIontLi have -- ,,r .w tb, &* P-tv.aer aM .... \

J 1.f IN I exeept a few indirrilelw3c5alc ;good deal from putting on its ; ... t w
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Pay a Halt ii+!MoH'it lesiitQ
made K inipos JWe to bid cp-a talc! t 2 i
dealers aad the way to shroud, a::d bide farewell to a 11earhty ,,5
or eves a reseeet bie tesMess enterprise put*omtbtoz te "" .Hn.tb l( twUl
solve is for the frrtaarideafer j azxbznoiis.Doring ft1
tllli-probl. m
.4A1; fur Fstzau., EEUZTI50 I ,at any poe t witim the interiorof .blfoh p111 t bas y.., ,-

i=t At VWC' TOT VOX AEXE TO I to :more to Jacksonville. I its eventful history thedeIoealto t
I tfeestase. bones aM .t..z ttrii I. Jl41.c.
Ttttt C**& Of TH@CeZI.Tf3, HAS The Metropolis says tfcat Jaeliaoefa !I party has: hid ,,maayJ i. 's y "
I Under a system oi freight :fc rinimak Temi.t .
JkftlHW fft WA5f 15 THE BAfeRIe I riDe the distribsiia?' poise for the J *dark days"1 when the outlook appeared S'
if bfex9y. at least I :
.M H3 DOC persiiteaify
wine THE coxeS PEOPLE
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i eta:a avid its diniaetioB as a x- gloomy, indeed but nothing EDWARDSBROS.StalL .
aalr IM rWHT WILL EE MADE F6fc peraitd, k is ispcssade forinterior !
t fae market was oery eeertd after a I daantaifc girded its lets about itt 2 and 4 '(:'ilf Market, O8laIa.. 1Jt. -
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IwtRMeMLT Sr.TWiZ AT THE eitie so compete with seapore i
1f hard *.rye. iI I and west forth again to do baitle, I J

-- '- -- it impoitte cities, and we are boldly teM by I and wenigJ.I vietories- .", __._ .......__ .Z _--__--_:'-"""''''--'' '''.ff. '7- l-: d'" lXI[II
that
This U an di ion 1".3 -:
the JacksosviSa if etr ofe,what we
flUDAY. DBCBMBER 9. W.L for any interior city to ..r- One of these *dirk days" was just "
have known aS aleeg. that if we I -- --
tend to do a wholesale bcn s and after Cleveland's first defeat.
.. wa=: **so do tr b we mustiabandon
H >.r licit W.rM 3fi that that the interior of Florida emending the fcteri a:3de to When the COtlrya.i: feelings ..e"H..f) ""HHH8e

T.. WAMI fe hi* tacid momenta. from Pensacola to Cape Sable, thing: Eke: it Is feeling now, and
Jaekkionvdie. We keep a full st')(k"f! I
0PUll fc mint pay tribute to less tbaa a hardfalof some members not o -!!troIlg in the
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lWariy 4/LOflO
Bus should FOR
why : seven hundredniles I LOOK Old Joe
rfclrti seaport cities. faith as others were willing: to act as .
wa JiNtf jgv4 for a patriot.M of inland
territory, abounding pall bearers a: its funeral, the late
.. letr aL And ttii U true.And I. THE SEAL old Velvet .
in rich arable and productive landsnoasnifeently William B. Morrison, of Illinois, wasi ,
what is aboditi5 .
>>/ Can*?* feofe* that in pcra- strange ; timber+:d. be hopelessly i approached and the following is the Old
that the railroad comzdraes, elected McBrayer, .
a.*. fill lilt piia to dIe poor he u abandoned eieept for the purpose way he talked: .

br the great body of the people, cost *'W hy," said he, the democratic Mark
17 JIIIItM torjOQ/X0to worsen of bare sufcdstenee: ,and thdse few who -f Rogers, :

...... of whoa five ia the interior, pEr.: it party is just as much alive as everthey .
"nud. eke oct a bare ssbaisteBee, be compelled y'I
sach dlscriniiiatioEj as tor .*.* ittrae. can't kill it. It was born in G OU. Charter .
Call today tie .od to tribute toahaadfdof eterol ,
v men thought pay tzuth founded: upon the bedrock -
And the only \rayto do to scrvive C C
Mss, ..... km *. g9 oet of bw iw. seaport tom: ? of the peopled Kbertiis and the
and do bcs&e&s is to peH up RU. Vernon, .
of tones and
principles economcal
If the Kre of
.. The fl mesM.i are that they aSoag pr&daetion -
stakes, ba?and fcaggage, and move government. Is has buried in oblivion i Sr
.F/lt busy .." and eeesrnprJon interior I
from the iiserior to the seapoK*. many other political parties, Cascade and .
towns are handieapf by unequal -
Teee Ta" rait aU IBteob, tra* The Vfetropofe sacs thit the in- r and it will live to see grass grow on r. .
freight rates; are not pet on unborn.
many yet : The democratic
dwU'" and y<4 &ie frfieial returns land dealers wffl be given a hearty I s Other High .
basis Eves because it is s r
a competitive with seaport ; pare the only : ;
i ft E o'K reit 3M///3. ToaTaggart welcome. .
and
genuine sincere
national
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cities, it will" be impassible for them party lhL
WM awl ataa ., a propLELJsde Wen, if the tt 4 dealers cove to that this country: has ever known ; Grade Whiskies .
to do more than a focal basses'; expansion _
-- --- Jacksonville others will have to also that is to say in its broad principles j[ .
Parker sake his maiden cd growth will be inapoaaiKe -
are embodied: the will of the I
move.for interior tana wifl go dead, people. I
tf** fe Den Tcdijr. At least, ittrfU and in the very :nature of things, mean: the common people, and not : THE PEARL :
and will the HetropoEs give then r
be t epos h is behalf of a maiden they must remain stationary, if not this latter day oligarhy of plutocrats
Wcewlxa the right hard of feltoirship? b .
that have
already and further
Se&l-Atfasta Journal.Wfcwter actually go backwards.A pro- j OFBUALITY
If the dealers an leave Ocala bc i- pose to enrich themselves by and S
city to live, to make progress,
GtMnl .lee has gone to n will become =o dull that the through legislation. Rests in every drop of /tt .
nz5C be able to ship in and *hip out
Mxk with a party of raflroad ofiUk. Ocala Banner win have.I' to pcH cp "It is true," continned the colonel, 3Iark' Rogers whiskey .
i in eompenaon with surrounding "that the skies at lower
a Mr. Wktefer g to how aew stakes and mote along in the present upon a .- :
procession. cttte; if it is unable to do ibis, its the democratic horizon, but during Pure, old and mellow ;
ells to tree Hftxieaa gorernU If ir dee and starts aa S '
growth i* bopeiess and its career is these thirty years past we have seen
... its suggestion to the man : ;
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evening paper in Jacksonville will them blacker and more forbidding. S
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ii i\ It is needless to into a discussion of taste brings out a smile :
the go
--n..n snore fsaoranee, saystit.lp 3Iethropofe give c:= a hearty It ) I
was to prevent freight dicrri
IIe."mere tsiraoraKty,morehu1Mi welcome? of what brought:: on this condition of that won't come off. 1 -, i
catioaa in favor of one city over ri-I party affair further than to that I ;
say
: bB In lower for If the Gainesvilie Szs mow there 1
other city of ose section over the democrats inherited the disaster
Y.rk thai fa all fee wsttern isotmfata also will it likewise be; given the froca a republican .
sectkcs, and rebates given to: one administration

pC "" right hand of feftwship? fi.rn1md withheld from others, that and the people impatient for promised ; OCILA( HOUSE WINE ROOMS. ., i

TMU flu for*a4 ta taxable valve Sensing to the taeritahie, if"the relief from republican minlegislationt
the railroad commission: : was established '
feE OCALA I -
wrathfully amuck friends FLOIDfl
Orlando Sestise! its ahs ,
dwteg tlte K.t year a* shown by pulls cp
bat if it find itself
unable
1 to before they had time to leaven the
.. and plants h-elf in JaekaosviBe, will I ( -I-1sele81,1 :
Oelal weont ttS,889PJ Herb perform this plain duty to the people, load which burdened them." L, z i

.fta Me faMrtaae. of course: baa it too be accorded a hearty welcome ,
what right has.it to live any longer?
by the 3Ietnpofu* -- --
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Is its function to see that the things } !
-- The Metropofo did not throw any
Wo are reettvte oar first loach oftftlajr. done, or supposed to have been done, t
bouquets in the direction of i r. )IcSamre's -I t
wtatu Uolfl now we hare behind dosed doors shall now be |
paper, the Evening News,
M4 akae aamer weather. Sot done in the open and clothed with I
nor h it wasting many flowers on the
WM MM ba&aiu leave nor castor oil the sanctity law? HOLIDAY SEASON IS
Jacksonville Son. t APPROACHING !
pI-UIIt dare ri.w. Ae least signs of We ask if that was the purpose of i
Seriously speaking: however the =
ErrwtRs its creation? I
interior cities have as much right to
Did we elect Messrs. I
Morgan,
live as the seaport cities and it is an Browne and Burr and defeat 3Ir. And everybody is looking around for suitable presents for friends and retolives. .

for the railroad commissionto .
outrage Diy, merely to be told that if we Right here let us offer a suggestion, viz: While
are
permit the railroads to ship freight I you bayiag,
who live in the interior want "to dobusiness" .

from Jacksonville through Gainesville we must abandon our S buy something that will be serviceable to the recipient ; such a gift

Ocala, Orlando and other interior -
homes in this section e rome
cities to Tampa for largely less
favored by nature, and move U Pen- .
than these same articles can be shipped S useless article, however pretty. Let
sacola, Jacksonville or Tampa? us suggest a few :
from any of these cities direct to
We don't believe that the people of
Tampa or Jacksonville as the 'casemay }
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bs.And ;
hundred miles of int rior shall be I
l- one thing ur the other will be LADIES'
sacrificed in order that two or Men's Hats '
done-these discriminations will be Gloves
three cities may be built up on here
corrected or the people will put th SILK 1
seacoast. UMBRELLAS
railroad commission out of business. Shirts Underwear
The Jacksonville Metropolis refers ,
True Democracy next to True Religion.
I I with some degree of glee to the fact Sterling Silver Handles, t
I I have had ask democrats
people me why -
that when Mr.Taylor was asked if and Hosiery.

seem to be so intensely in : ,
Gainesville shipped or received in car : $5.00 TO $10.00Ladies'
earnest about their democracy. I J
load lots from points within the state

have had men sayi"Why ___ :
r he frankly said "Xo," and it says .

with some that this answer is a "clincher" to

democrats, democ- '. the aspirations of that city and Ocala } --:---: Dress Suit Cases : t

is a fort of
racy re-
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; becoming shipping points.It Felt f
ligion?" Jly reply 4: Slippers
certainly is a "clincher," and ,

: SUMMER flASHESInstantly democrat is that with who every truly the Metropolis is entirely correct.If With Fur Trimming In Solid Leather aad CtoMta AtM leer 1

the present freight discrimina-
knows what genuine democracymeans Hkle; Big As* ftMMt alw
tions continue, neither Gainesville, < f-
it is a religion, and when
Relieved by you Ocala, or any other Interior city, will I Big Assortment o'fLadies' ,
hear a good democratic
speech it is
ever be able to ship or receive in car I $4.00 TO $15.00
Baths withgijUcur so much like a sermon that you can & Children I ,
load lots from within or without
hardly tell the difference between theI I
state. .1
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These cities must quietly fold their I : t
sermon is built upon the ten commandments
tents and go to Jacksonville or Tampaif
"Thou shalt love thy SOLID
they want to do business. LEATHER :
Handsome
neighbor as thyself." And 'a good
And was it for this. that the t
VSOAP .t. democratic speech is built upon the Large and SmallTRUNKS
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people of Florida in their zeal .J
doctrine of human brotherhood,equal i HAND BAGS :
created the railroad commission and S
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And rights and self-government. When .
gentle appCoitiDm l of CUT!' are the appeals of the people of

CtfvA Qr ncnt. the great Skin you get down to bedrock you find
the interior forever to fall on deaf, tIS
Cure and purest and sweetest of that love of mankind is the basis of The thing for Son or Daughterbn at schoo 1

emollients. This the I unwilling ears? In all sizes
is rnostpeJy.
both and *>
; democracy can never die ****.* .1'"
$ pernunent, and economical I I

t treatment for torturing, disfiguring, while there is in democracy love of, : The Ocala Banner mentions the fact -

itch burning, bleeding scaly! and a straggle for, the rights of mankind that this has been a good year for F -4 .

crusted and punply skin and scalp .-W. J. Bryan. |.democratic governors. It has not -

hymen, ccxemas rashes and inv Charles Bonaparte was the only re- been a bad year for democratic can- W. J.
tan ns, and a sure to succeed when CHAMBERS SHOE '

al other methods fail publican elected in Maryland, Napoleon didates for any office when they rep COMPANY. 1

.4. ewr.fS.M w twit Cvtkvt..., e..0I t- Bonaparte Broward
was resented democratic
-'.... Lt+.....Ma .. .I u-*i.1ar .c-a..t principles and

....pp r..n.nil..tot as w.o t7...&i i.j1100& 0 C.R..wF Cu- elected in Florida, also. There still were not afraid to say so.-Pensacola Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida. '
4 liveI-.t\ t.1Yis haPAbn. >
w.\" u_ seems to be magic in the name. Journal.

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Mattel.
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monds. Ocala.Best Jeffords store for a period of three :
-- table cover centerpiece; traycover Seckinger. t /
.tUCtlutitWn Mes. A. R. years and on January 15, 1905, will "'
fit I'.. lilbea .*< tU* r sofa pillow picture frame tumbler Collection of p'rographyIrs. /tFY "
'-tttt-'" tovsl,. doilies-Mrs. A. R. Quigley, Ocala. Quigley Ocala.A open with an entirely new stock of 1ealth )
Point Lace dress-Mrs. Spurlin Ocala. goods. dW/W FOR A QUARTER

Plata Mrs. N. Barco. Knitted cape-llrs. A. R. Quigley,, The name of the new corporationwill 1 I' 'ff. 01 "
towingA. Best Infant's cap- t iJr- Pee ole vho hari torpid Urtn find Ufa a Biter* ,
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ara ra.w Cotton Plant. Ocala.Thornton oe the Frank-Harris Variety !/ 'y able existence, and take purrs aDd drabo drogiwhich : \ ii'h'Wi \
.. n,... Best Battenberg centerpiece-Mrs. S. lace bolers-Mrs. A. r..1 ..' grip and rack the bows!'a,whea all they wed U1 .
taw' MNtfl.iw+l laibtr.ctstrfurnFor Ocala. Quigley, Ocala. Store and will carry a stock unlike J W a gentle reoinder to tie liver to do .lu duty. \ \

-.-- --- Whaley.Best Battenberg tie ends-:Mrs. J. 1.1 Mrs. Quigley had 27 pieces of general anything in Ocala. 1 1r f''a A VOll'S LIVER PILLS ':
fancy work at; the fair.Schools. Mr. Frank, the senior member of I ; \

Thin Edwards Befit knitted Ocala.lace-Mrs. S. F. Sanders, I. kindergarten r the new firm, is one of the best I (4 I IS (I jL ANDTONIG PELLETS, J,) );I

Ocala. The finest exhibit of marchants in O ala and is a young I \ are rend in their action. The pill Kunola the liTer ta fej
Best crocheted mat-lIrs. A. R. Quigley school work was displayed by Miss An- I \ : !\ proper work, and the pellets' invigorate the tyftea a* ei 1..
nie Sharpe, to whom the county judges gentleman of most pleasing and i\ vhcls; in short, they both aaaiot b'stutebkb U *3 assedicice !
j Ocala \ and the \ should do. Remember that 25 doMe for Yi ,A.
popular manners, junior
Babies Drawn Work !'awarded a diploma. \\\ days costa 25c. You eaa hue a (tea uante] u'
Best Infant's- pillow case and best Mrs. Geo, Riggen Braidentown.I member of the firm is also a" young i \ \\'I you want it. =!hI.
ft'nterplece-Mrs. T. D. Lancaster I Mrs. C. M. Connor Lake City man of steady, upright business \ BROWN A1FQ. CO. }
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Fat it of great account Ocala. i Mrs. P. L. Logan, Bartow JudgeS. habits, and having been born and \}. :,. "'" New York V1 H
Best handkerchief-:Mrs. H. W. Long, % and Gree-jsville ,
reared in Ocala, has a large circle of !'
that is why Xo money will be paid for theserwards Tenn.fV ,
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Ocala. I and Tar. < ,,,;
Folej's Honey '
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Lancaster Pirating fit :
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I General Fancy Work I Foley & Co., Chicago, originated ,
want Th healthy baby Best silk quilt-Mrs. S. R. Pyles, ,. Honey[ and Tar as a throat and lung Undigested food and gas in the Sale by Postoflice Drug Store.
L stomach located just below the heart,
Ocala. and on ac count of the great
fat what it does emedy it and caused heart
against
r itora at Best cotton patchwork quilt-Mrs. B. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey presses -iIIi -
for Freyermuth, Kenarick. imitations are offered palpitation. When your heart troubles
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G Best knitted shoes Ask for Fo-
the
F 1toM anti muscle.1 Fatart ders. Ocala. Mar- t. ley's II for&ney and genuine.Tar and refuse any Anti-Monopoly few:days. You'will drug store be all right. 50c.m C. I I. G RAe E.

do Best leather work-Mrs. George offered as no other prepar-
: ...... happy ; they substitute
tin. Ocala. : don will give the same satisfaction. Councilman Ford, chairman of the Successor to Central Luraoer Co
DOt cry they are rich ; Best knitted sca.Y. Mrs.V.. W. Clements It[ is mildly laxative. It contains no finance committee, has had an offer f Dealer In
Ocala. and is safest for children and 1
U..ir fat is I laid up for Domestic opiates delicate persons. Postoffice drug for the new issue of Ocala bonds at a Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

lime of nit.-tl. They arekAtMtf Best two pounds butter-Mrs. S. R. store. m premium of $1,012,50 but the firm and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
Ocala. making this offer wants the denomi- Manufacturer of

"". f because they are Pyles Best collection of Jellies and peach Wedding Anniversary Reception.Mr. nations changed from $100 to $1000 Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

comfortable. The fat surKHimU preserves-Mrs. M. Godson Ocala. and Mrs. Simeon T. Sistrunk and the interest made payable in Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

their little nerves Best plum preser..e9-Mrs. Lovell will give an elegant reception at their New York instead of Ocala. For the Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly

Ocala. -Marion home on the afternoon of Thursday, purpose of making these changes a receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
When watermelon preserves
and cushions them. County Best Poor Farm. December 22. The occasion is the new election will have to be called sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

the are scrawny those Best pear preserves and tomato catsup fifteenth anniversary of their marriage and the same voted on by the people.

) -Mrs. M. Godson, Ocala.Ikt and it will be a crystal reception. ---- -- ----.....-_- -. .' .._.. -
ner,'* are hurt at everyiingntle pepper sauce-Mrs. II. W, Long The special guests of honor at "I don't take much stock in this

to U c h. They Miss Esther advertising," said one of our busi-
Martel. this lovely affair will be "
in Scott's Emul Best fig preserves and best Farm.canned Weathers and Misses Mabel and ness (?) men as he whittled on the "RfUCT[ A MOMNT[
delight County Poor
pears-Marion Cincinnati, Ohio, end of his yard stick in front of his
of
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and best soft Edith Taylor j
sweet as canned peaches
It is as Best .
sion. lard-Mrs. IL W. Long. Martel., who will be the guests of Miss place the other day.LUMBER t Ilf I Have you decided on the kind of

wholesome to them. Best chow-choi-Mrs.' Lovell. Weathers. r fertilizer yoa are going to use? It's

Individual collection of preserves. Both the ladies and gentlemen are dt I not a question of how much but

Send for fr.. tampte. Jellies pickles, lard and butter-Mrs. invited to Mr and Mrs. Sistrunk's r what kind wun th? b>U result

ft.nee tktt tbu picture la s. R. Pyi3.collection Ocala.of cut flowers-Ocala reception, which will be one of the ,, .4 can be obtained. You can't make a
th tans et IIbelll oa the Best and most delightful affairs mistake when you use our high gradeV
Co. largest c
%raFter el ttery fcottl dInwlikMiyM Floral ROIGGII'andDRESSED
bay The following articles were deservingof ever given in Ocala. fertilizers.

premiums, but no provision being cash for bones
Highest price paid. dry
r Scott 4* fiot&neChtmttts made for them In the list they shouldat The turkey that escaped Thanks- Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.

409-419 part Jtr..t'' : Three least be crayons mentioned-Miss: Grace Moore., giving will hardly be so fortunate B- H. : Seymour, FLORIDA. FERTILIZER Mr C. COW hNT,
not for the ,
Xtw r.I'. Ocala. i Christmas. Alas poor GalBtsvillt, FIi. '
o Llddon. the fat turkey! Ocala, Fla.
lOGuJ 11.00An Two crayons-Miss Caro I but for
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tit ELECTION ECHOES.Sms And so know the purest and brainiest r paralleled losses, which accounts for I r- -.

chapter.In : of the north believe in Roose- )II. Roosevelt's unprecedented plu

the '|r and I do not believe such I .
Very Startling Figures-Republican men rality.

Party Making Gains In the Rev. i!i Hay, Root, Shaw, ; The official returns are coming in I Horses and
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South. "On I etc., and such men as Sena- slowly, but it is already evident that

Mrs. \\'. II.Felton,the bright Georgia of two Joseph W. Folk, etc., the total vote was less than that cast

woman, who is always ready with to be south, would stick to or admire in 1896 or in 1900. The EveningPost '
Wednesday Dec 14
her pen, has collected some Georgia sackcloth i and unsound man. estimates Roosevelt's. total vote 1904

I election figures for the Atlanta Journal President believe that within the next six at 7,702,180 and Parker's at 5,119,704.McKinley's I i iI At o'clock .,
10 a; m. at Standley & Go's. Stables at I
which must fall queerly on secondly, Mr. Roosevelt will regain the I vote in 1900 was 7,207,923,

southern ears. the most of southern men by his atti-i j! and>Bryan's 6,353,133. The estimates Ocala, Fla.

crat in on questions that are sacred to I .
of the 1904 vote be
For example here are some of the I may slighty
things she finds.Chattoogo facts are the good and true+ men of the augmented by the full official returns, I

much to I am sure it's our duty now to but they indicate an increase of ,
county, once upon a in the him a chance to show all the in the
approximately 500,000 ,
time would have felt itself disgracedto republican -
"On all
show vote, kindness towards the south vote as compared with 1900 anda
a strong repnblican yet '
that is precisely what it did. brave !. man who openly says .he is a I fallsn off of 1,250,000 in the demo-
southern man, for his .mother I cratic vote.
Dot Murray takes the cake! The dent. .till
a southern woman)which he may I i The total vote in 1900 was litte more
time has been when Murray county and
towardsjus. There is no sense than 25,000 in excess of the record-
would have had a conniption fit to be of
in calling him names, and con- breaking vote of 1896. Against a '
called anything but democratic to the their 1Lt&i .
resentful towards him. total vote of 13,961,566 in 1900, the
yet Murray Roosevelt 252 I
core gave the
say these things without the vote of 1904 promises not to exceed
and Parker only 270-less than 20 look on .
abatement of southern senti!
my 13,400,000. It be thousandless.
may many
votes of difference, while* Walker the I II
or the least disparagement of A conservative estimate indi- Come and get a Missouri horse or mule well
broken
CJunty rolled up for Roosevelt 501 Senator ( I southern manhood." and gentle
cates that 2,500,000 electors failed to
votes, with only 364 for Parker. Mr. and can be bought at
not a late issue of the New York vote at all-a number that is about your own price.
Watson had a poor showing of only
railroad the --
following figures are equal to Mr. Roosevelt's popular I
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SOUTH-
: plurality. On-the basis of the vote I No News to Kim.
Panning: gave the opposition over deeds states from which the offi- Well, it
actually cast, Mr. Roosevelt could TIlE REASON WHY ? may suit some to write
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800 votes and Parker a bare 402. and they returns have been received about
gave have allowed Judge Parker all the Mary and John, Bill and hen

Gordon county voted as many votes ern men 4,736,113 votes and Parker Debs vote, all the Watson vote, all Climate, Crop Conditions and Every. going to see their best friend, but It
for Watson and Roosevelt as it did man and These states in 1900 is
gave the Swallow vote and all the scattering thing Favorable-It is the Land of no news to me who was bom

for Parker. object of 4,358,226 and Bryan 3,626- vote, and still won by a popular Hope and Promise. and reared In Tennessee, but let tt.
McIntosh which sends negro representative he is L Roosevelt's gain over McKinley have some
good points
plurality double that of McKinley.in The cotton in on farming.
crop the last
to the legislature, only fidelity L states is 377,887. Parker's 1900. five Lockport Correspondent Lebanon

gave Roosevelt 2 votes, but it gave political as measured by Bryan's vote in years has exceeded in value the five (Tenn.) Banner.
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Mrs. Pollard has long ago established preceeding crops by a billion
Watson nearly 200, with 144 for men is 877,959. In other words the dollars, 8. Quick.
her reputation a.s one of the and the cotton of the south, is
Parker. stand now
by made a normal Not
gain "south's sweetest singers.AtlantaDaily bringing about a minute should be lost when
How is that for high? How did and not the democrats sustained un News. $650,000,000 a year. child shows symptoms of a
Even in 1890 croup.
the negroes vote? classes. the total value of all Chamberlain's Cough Remedy linn
southern
Oconee county is registered with great agricultural product was as soon as the child becomes hoarse

314 for Watson and Roosevelt with country e only $773,000,000; this'year it will ex- or even after the croupy rough .po

Joss than 200 for Parker. election, an o Io ) for Rent I ceed manufactured$1,700,000,000. Add to these the I never pears,fails will and prevent Is pleasant the attack.and salt It .r-

products
Thomas county voted 761 for Wat can only and the output to take. For tale by all druggists
of the mines InS.
and the
son and Roosevelt with 862 for Parker. total value
1905( X X X is now increased to if
of capital : 3,500,000,000, as iwCtat Toe Vat b pt tte
against nwras tux
How do you account for that, ment and only $1,100,000,000 in 1880, LWi rwr Mbor sad
though Twu ,
true
when Thomas has always boasted of and I The property oelonging to the estate of Abram Martin, situated meanwhile th population has mPTzMats
Ita democracy? What was the matted fearlessly in the eastern portion of Sugar Hammock comprising a planta- increased only about 60 per cent. i., rtaIa4b5$
tion of about 500 acres under fence(a.new wire fence), about_ The south is no
am sure 350 acres of which 'are in fine state oi cultivation, is for rent longer dependent,
Douglas county gave the opposition of next yea.Thes3lanls.:-. on the west for its corn, but is raising FERRfR
412 votes andj Parker 231.Jefferton ale regarded as of the best quality and are well adapt its own supply with the consequence
They are ed for th3 cultivation of all the crops produced in this section. that the enormous I
county voted 379 for never Apply to from its sum which it obtains .
cotton will
Parker and 610 for the opposition. hit them, remain In the south. hereafter u d' .

What does that mean to the demo man, and DAVID S. WOODROW A et That Is, the south l8 now rich and
crata of Georgia? not their It will grow steadily richer.-New
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--i- .d.1lIhioii1gaus.r I safety limiting the boors of labor for duction of our various great staples! of _they I I Porto Rico with recommendations proved wry dtfkoK to $**wKnssia 1tei 1 I
railroad employees In train servie in the present system of J..A1i' 'I
up- commerce. or changes the right for our ",
on railroads engaged in interstate com Of necessity the careful of the first named. lie de- S ..... f
rRfSIDHH'S MESSAGE investigation-} eess citizen to iwdve p&* : *t* **
la
merceand providing that only trained of special corporations will afford the' the to see a delegate from Alaska through RuMbn territory. Itfe a 1

nnd experienced persona be employed commissioner knowledge of certain It is .] wrong agalnat which "e are mttttai to J

-- In positions of responsibility connected business! facts the publication of which tional Foreign Policy. protest to refuse him WI f****** 1

.- Itntttest Uuse\fit'fl; memre has with the operation of trains. might !be an Improper Infringement Qf I call steady,aim of this nation as of without regard to bla cr
tvu tU-tiveml to congress. 1U main The safety appliance law, as amend private rights. The method of making enlightened nation should I be to acter, merely on racial and rdts
\
-. fedtarm are It follows: cd by the act of March 2, 19has: public the results of these Investigations to bring ever nearer the day grounds. t

. It. enlargement of scope of the proved beneficial to railway employees affords under the law, a means to the I' there shall prevail throughout Tb. X'r.

r\a1ftieU of the national! government and in order that its provisions luay be .for the protection of private rights.The these world the peace of Justice, but The strong arm of the leURMI'

- properly carried out the force of inspectors congress will have nIl facts except .i are kinds of peace which are
r.qvlJ1"d by our development as a nation 24 In enforcing respect for Itt JM 4ii l
provided for such as would give to another co&poration which are in the
by appropriation :; undesirable, .
tRtoSmj, of rour)e. increase of ex- In international matter* !. the .itf .,
,'The 1
should be Information which would fax war.
largely Increased. This service run as destructive as any

L Nft and the period of prosperity has passed the experimental stage Jure the legitimate business of a coriipetltor "be goal l to set before us as a nation, the recommend United that Statw.there I I*fMIIot w tartt isiIy to ....

throob which the country l Is passing auj should and the Incentive for question before all
receive generous reeoguitlou !: destroy goal which should be set ..
? work of upbuilding the A & *1msi aWe ,
. Justifies expenditures for permanent by the congress. individual superiority and thrift .:; tees on is the attainment of the
undertaken to WtItI timlan Is1.
hare
JBtftrovetuent* far greater than would Unionism lu Government Offices. The bureau has also made exhaustive charged of the pence which
of Justice
canaL We bare wltn' ..m Wsecure
r b* wl>. In bard times but Tlezv examinations into the legal condition ter of not merely
abundant is no objection! to employees: of when each nation is ... to
. under Is not for onnwlre* our Jest lethe
rtveDue and a large surplus always thegovernment forming or belongingto which corporate business is carried in Its own rights but trade of the orientV. ..*. wi
In the
tfivtlt eitraragance and constant care unions! but the government can neither on In the various' states, into nil i recognizes and performs dertakeu to protect our rttt..M bess
Judicial system.
decisions
on the subject and
I tbould be taken to guard against unbceur7 discriminate for uor discriminate i Into the various of sldertbe duty toward others. Generally improper treatment i In ferH* hi.

1 Increase of the ordinary ex- i against nonunon! men who are in its systems corporate the tells for righteousness but if We continue steadily to I.4K ..
taxation in
employment or who seek to be employed use. I call special attentionto is conflict between the two then
of the Mofmw AnMm to
. prvwe of gorrrnmeut I under it. Moreover, it is a \"erygrn"e the report of the chief of the bureau, curing In fealty is due first to the cause of application fate .
Capital aadvlvil and I as is the western bemUphere. *
earnestly ask that the
congress :1I
lite! rcUtJotis of capital and impropriety for government em- carefully consider the report and recommendations silver Unrighteous wars are attitude in these and all fir ru art. : it t
ployees to baud themselves
L'1bor'l together is
: aud evprdally of organized : of the commissioner on deemable and unrighteous pence rare ters is to be a mere U** tfiJ ifc *.
I I for the purpose of extorting improperly this subject.The holder. both should be shunned. The cannot afford to abaadwi ewrprogramme av& i
erganixttl labor to each other
and totu I high salaries from the government business! of insurance :: of freedom and the responsibility Oar yoke .U ...... ....... i
public at Urge come gecou.1 in importance Especially is this true of those wthin: vitally afTects of that right cannot be
exercise
and is Lea... ..
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only to the intimate questionsof >> the classified service. Tie letter carriers the great mass of the people of has peace
poets
One of great
the United States ate our are not afraid of wart Utestatlona .sr ....
and is national and
family life. Our both municipal and rural I
peculiar form ofIOffnU are as and said that freedom is not
finely
not local In its application! It involves merchant upon behalf at (* W9M
tnt, with Its sharp division; of a whole an excellent body of public lation. that tarries long in the hands of
d MM
ft multitude of transactions among the neither receive nor erv .tlt-
authority between the nation and the servants. They should be amply paid. Neither does It tarry long in
But their payment must be obtained people of the different states and between The est attention if we were tMfwtoK; t 5*
Mreral itatcs bAa been the whole of those too slothful too dlsi -
on American as a field make them good.
companies and foreign
their claims honorably
by arguing; fairly and -
. tar more advantageous to our development before the congress and not by governments. I urge that the congress from my }:'i or too unintelligent which to exercise Is the Tb. Army
eternal vigilance
than a more utrangly centralized banding together for the defeat of cjfrefullj consider whether the KInley, be exercised Within the last three f<.M tiw !*trt
: must
gOTemmrtit. lint it is undoubtedly re- those congressmen who refuse to give power: of the bureau of corporations cial! of liberty outside ed States has set an eiaMH to 4* ,

ftpotis&te) for much of the difficulty!! of promises which they cannot in conscience I ;aimot constitutionally: be extended: to The : to guard against : armament where diM,..... VM .
of-
although, of course, far more ,
: meeting with! adequate legislation the give. The administration has cover interstate transactions in insur selfish nroncr.. Rr law oar aratr If start itj
the against our own or
new tirobtau! presented by tbe total taken steps to prevent and punish I ance. guard j I a maximum of l00.< cad a ..Isum -
Is shortcomings.
change In Industrial conditions thl'lrontlbt'1it abuses of this nature, but it will be Rebates. I I of 00,000 men. When tfett ws Ia.ot,.
Oaring the last half on I wise for the congress to supplementthis I Above nil else we must strive to keep sentatives our duty to remember that a na- rectlon in the rblitpftoc we kf it* II

century. the highways of commerce to all urged a has no more right to do injustice .
action by legislation. open
at the maximum Teaee
army <.a. )a -
In actual practice It has proved exceedingly Drrean: of Labor. I on equal tenns and to do this It Is necessary American nation, strong or weak than o the and now Ir
difficult, and in many cd.sc. to trade has to do injustice to an PbUpplnl .wmy
put complete stop to all reI \ :
Much can be done by the governmentin has ntotaMW at
1 IrapuMitU1. to get unanimity of wise labor matters I bates. Whether the shipper or the railroad ernment I individual; that the same moral In U t th .
to
merely by giving publicity i poMlhle keep It with
action among the various states onttew : is to: blame makes no difference.: an in one case as In the otter. .
to certain conditions. The bureau regard to its '
wibjwt From the very nature of labor has done exceII'nt"ork of I The rebate must be stopped, the abusesof export I must also remember that it Ts able In the etMt.event Wt.b

of the case this Is especially true of this kind in many different directions. I the private car and private terminal tion of the duty of the nation to emergency, to put left .tfc* laM 4I

the laws I shall before In i track and side track systems must be of Its own rights and Its own Inter. class wfcfefe ..bi1w.. .
affecting the employment of shortly lay you a special frt army eorp. .
Cftritil la bus? masses. message the full report of the investigation I I I stopped, and the legislation. of the FifI It is the duty of the Individual as a whole, at tait tw equal I.., .

With regard to labor He prociem r.on of the bureau of labor into i ty-eighth! congress which declares It to In (10. Until some method is devised body of troop of tike
DI.lf ,
the be unlawful for any person or migration there shall be a degree of In W'
lew {important, but It is simpler; As Colorado mining strike as this is a corporation I ing to any other nattea.
; ,
strike in which certain very evil forces; to offer, grant give solicit! acceptor control over offending na Great progress heed t

bog All the tatca retain tJo: primary which are more or less at work everywhere : receive any rebate, concession or before the it would be a wicked thing for teotlng our ..kjr *4tt* .. .

roi>trv. of tuo police power the circumstance under the conditions of modern discrimination In respect of the transportation In : civilized powers, for those cations with ,.. .

must be altogether! extremewbku industrialism, became startlingly prom- of any property in Interstate most let I most sense of international obli however sf., .

require" interference by the federal inent. It Is greatly to be wisheJ that ,. or foreign Commerce whereby such tion of and with keenest: and most gen should thn present to the.rriupMol_

) utUorltiea whether in the way of the department of commerce and labor property shall by any device whateverbe nothing J: appreciation of-the difference be-. an extensive system of foalto* t .

safeguarding tie right of labor or in through the labor bureau should transported a less rate than that : birthplace right nnd wrong. to disarm. If for use In all our more Imrmrtistf.Mr .

\ lie way of seeing that wrong is not compile and arrange for the congressa named in the tariffs published by the with his at civilized nations of the pres 01 These mines have t,ros ps.i,4

done who shield list of the labor laws of tie various carrier must be enforced. While I am from the should completely disarm, the .
f' by unruly persons a mOt
states and should be given the meansto of the opinion that at present It would founded would mean an Immediate re against hostile tlaw. .
theuitchn behind the name of labor. t.
investigate! and report to tie con be undesirable If it were not Impracticable stood, in of barbarism In one form .1 j
If ILtTo b resistance to the federal Tb. rbmpnlae ,4
I gressupon the labor conditions In the finally to clothe the interstatecommcl'ce good Under any circumstances n ,-
Courts Interference with the malls or In the Philippine life tto '
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in one but 14 .
manufacturing and commission
mining regions with general authority armament would have to be '
4: Interstate commerce or molestation of throughout the country, both as to to fix railroad rates I do believe activity. ; to serve the purposes of Inter- been during the past year I ewjituM*

federal property or if the state authorities wages, ns to hours of labor, ai to that as a fair security to ship- There 'Is police nnd until International tion of the steady projrMM .'i 1 h". : -.

in souic crisis which they are unable the labor of women and children anti pers the commission should be vested many and the sense of international obtained ever sine* our t.. ;t*

to fare call for help, then tbe federal as to the effect in the various labor with the power where a given rate has but the and rights are far more ad I ly got the upper bR.ta I, if

; eminent may Interfere; but centers of Immigration from abroad.In been challenged and after full hearing should not than at present a nation desir pents. The Jhfr.J.l <>r t. -

though RUt'b'Interference may be caused this Investigation: esncciul attention found to be unreasonable to decide, sub- we should of securing respect for Itself speak more ( 1 naaj
should be paid to the conditions ject to well being trb and even roe** 'ru
by a condition of things arising out judicial review what shall be a doing good to others must hare MR.
child labor and child labor legislation reasonable rate to take its place, the and adequate for the work which it one another more o I le ,h
of trouble connected with
some -
:- question In the several states. ruling of the commission to take effect masses of allotted to it as its part of the g to make up the peepie .ttw ".
the interference Itself
labor
of Islands
ing and pine contain dp "
Corporations immediately and to obtain unless and world duty. Therefore it fol! Many 1"
Imply take the form of restoring order When welcome to deal with great until It Is reversed by; the court of re habits are a self respecting. Just and of J and some eta! ***!* wtii 1"1 I. "* t.,

without regard to the (questions corporations the need for the government view. the level of nation should on the one rlcbt to bore .t* si for IN.

whku bare caused the breach of order. to act directly is far greater than: Steamship companies engaged In Interstate and above \ by every means to aid rcus. At present they are Mtntv l. ,

In tie District of Columbia and In the case of labor, because great corporations commerce and protected !In our man of en 1'l development of the various capable of existing In I lni1i>f"f"i tall :

in the territories? the 'tederal law cover can become such only by engaging coastwise trade should be held to a* we should which tend to provide sub- or of building up a ( .

the! entire field of government Butt In interstate commerce and Interstate strict observance of the interstate com for war, which tend to render their own. I firmly tHr that W

labor qnrotion is only acute in commerce Is peculiarly the merce act tion,' the in their actions toward can help them to rise ldair ..

populous renters of commerce manufacture field of the peneral government It is [The president -here ,discusses the persons, Is :; and indeed toward their one an er in the scale of r'tlttO..t
own
or mining. Nevertheless both an absurdity to expect to eliminate the city of Washington, making numerous and It is more responsive to the general capacity for self IO'H.

In tl e enactment aud in the enforcement abuses in great corporations by state recommendations looking to its better voter of humane and civilized most earnestly hp tht tt j|

: of law the federal government : action. It Is dlflcult to be patient withan government. lie asks that laws be fraudulent and,"on the other hand, that they will be t../ ho*

within! It* ivstricted sphere should set argument, that such matters shouldbe ,passed preventing overcrowding in the fraud In keep prepared while tirrly Alont yet In tosw ..

an example! to the state governments left to the states, because more than tenement districts, for the abolition of tion is avoiding scrupu to the United State a Cilia .

1 especially in a matter so vital as this one state pursues the polcy of creating blind alleys and the proper housing of Rerision wrongdoing itself to stands. This 10 1* net yet In *0t,
any wrong and in
affecting labor. on easy terms corporations which the poor. lIe also recommends changesin There take action exceptional and I may IndeA<efy yectpoMi .

lAbor Union are never operated within that state the criminal code and would have vision of which in a more' if our people are fooHuh eeeutti l t
stage of
I believe that under modern industrial at all but in other states rose" laws wife beaters corporally punished.] courts \ international rela. the attention of Ib aw r

; renditions !? !is often necessary and they ignore. The national government Irrigation. should :,e.. of come the under the bead ot from tt problems a .-

eten wtere not uweasary it is yet of. alone can deal adequately with these During the two and a half years that authority international police. and material prosperity, of wrinf

ten Rlsf that then: ; should le organization great, corporations. To try to deal have elapsed since the. passage! of the Arbitration Treaties. : for f stable, orderly! and jw* gm.r* .

: of Itbor: lu order better to secure with them In an intemperate destructive reclamaticfflf* act rapid progress has be definitely in every way endeavoring to Cent, and towar foolUb ElrngIII' 4.

the rlgLts of the individual wagework- or demagogic spirit would In all been madeln the surveys and examinations : Impending with cordial good will every on a coiii.te. frp"i4 .14 -

er. AH! encouragement should be givento probability mean that nothing whatever which will once for
: of the opportunities for reclamation should be tend to bring us which they are aa totally ,

any such organization so long as it would be accomplished, and with In the thirteen states. and three. hearing in friendly relations with the unfit M

Sa conducted with a due and decent regard absolute certainty that If anything territories of the arid weaL. Construction Ing of all mankind. In pursuance of this On the other bIn oar ptsi*- must

for the right of others. There were accomplished it would be of a has already been begun on the }largest uniform shall,shortly lay before the sen kE steadily tMr akis U*

are lu thld country some labor unions .I harmful nature. The American people and most important of the irrigation I the courts of arbitration with all pow. that the JutltU.r for .r *t*'
which ba\e habitually and other labor need to continue to show the very willing to .
works, and plans are being completed returns to enter into these :the lhlppl tatwt iiHlBMHI.i
: union which have often been qualities that they have shown-that is, with ,
among for works which will utilize the stated us. It is not possible at chiefly! upon the good we ti
tie moat effective agents in working I moderation, good sense, the earnest funds now available. conferred. of the world's development do in the I do not a aha
-. for and for desire to avoid doing any damage and to Itn. .
good citizenship uplifting The forest policy of the governmentis Not only l arbitrate all matters but the fact devetofMBmt! ">< -
the condition of those whose welfare yet the quiet determination to proceed many matters 5-
Just now a subject of vivid public of possible Interests in the Parifrr n*a .*t
should be, closest to our hearts. But step by step, without halt and without interest between 'I..
throughout! the west and to the relating to us and other na- along Its coast PbHtofttoM )

: .. when any labor union seeks improper hurry, In eliminating or at least i people of the United States In general. States:ought can be thus arbitrated. playe and th, An toy**** .,

i: end or seek to achieve proper ends minimizing whatever of mischief or of The forest reserves themselves are of ject of at the request of the In that wUII Love bros Ir ta.

by Improper means all good citizens, evil there is to interstate commercein extreme value to the present as well probable :. union, an eminent ed In more Inttlt one way by tftw. -

and more especially all honorable public the conduct of great corporations: as to the future welfare of all the I er of the of practical statesmen fiwsion of the Island! a0

: ""mruU, must oppose the wrongdoing They are acting In no spirit of hostility western public land states. They powerfully tegrity of countries, I have asked the reason for continuing Ut. .

j. II resolutely as they would oppose to wealth either Individual or cor affect the use and disposal of daIs is to Join with this government must be we ought .
porate. They are not against the rich tba le
: the wrongdoing of any great corpora the public lands. They are of special nized and Hague conference at which to try to dl our of tie ..
man any more than against! the shar .
tion. Violence brutality or corruption poor that the
importance because they preserve larations of work already so work, and this .
On the
man.
contrary, they are friend- parltlu"H"
should. not for one moment be tolerat- tle' water supply and the supply Is no enemy begun at The Hague may be has been I .
ly alike toward rich man and toward upon tu by re>
"- of timber for domestic purposes and so dangerous some steps further_n__ tnU"tI..t._'...... salts of the- war.__ Af1 .. -
poor man, provided only that each acIn t wth .
,
Entire This ,
Right to Organise.WageworLers
promote settlement under the reclamation the carries out the de endeavoring to develop th i' '
a spirit of Justice and decency t "- '
have an entire right act Indeed ommend the by the first themselves .
ward his fellows. Great corporations they are esueutial to Hague con 1 that thl stH tot*
to organize: and; by all peaceful and the Itself. .
welfare of of ed against ever
the
every one .
great I**
Increasing their
honorable means to endeavor to are necessary and only men of great Interests of 1 *im m*
per- the westI federal
Toward Other eminent, and
and as far U
singular mental Xations praftwt
can man ol
,aade their fellows to join with themin power I I .
age such corporations successfully i: have repeatedly called attention to Delays In Western hemisphere are already admitting their ."*Utive .

organizations. They have a legalright and such men must have great re the confusion which exists in government No subject true that the United States to a governmental i:.
: which. according to circum- forest matters because the workis land Lunger There fuf w
wards. But these corporations shouldbe tention of lor entertains O ow are .
stances, may or may not be a moral 0
;- : right ta refuse to work in managed with due regard to the scattered among three independent tion of the as regards the other na- judges and governor io the ,lehali
company Interest! of the public as a whole organizations. As I have recommended eral dealing the western hemisphere who are and bare
with meu who decline to Join their or- all the forest gave FUpo wh .
work of the for
are their ly tbe
Where this can be done under.the present govern- the great welfare. All that lme In c ""_
ganizations. They have under .t
no cir- ment !should be concentrated the department desires of the
'enced in is Uland
laws It must be done Where the to see the neigh .hue their reJlroios
cnmstances the right to commit violence -, of agriculture, where countries who
the
these laws come short others shouldbe and Gaynor stable orderly and are Atrn while la
upon those whether capitalists larger part of that work Is ranks ta.
enacted to supplement them.Dureau already Isolated and Any country whose people o tn rHy .
:. cr wageworkers, who refuse to support of Corporations. done. The Canyon of the Colorado call your themselves well can count upon the pub rt are PUtofctM.

their organizations or who side with The bureau of should be made a national park, and ficulties... rty friendship. If a nation "' years w* shall be tijtoit
tboe with whom they are at odds for corporations Las made the national park system should Include men who \ it knows how to act the of elective -
careful
with txe1mtD
mob Is preliminary Investigation of 1 1.
rule intolerable in
any form. the Yosemite and as
many as nal practices efficiency and
h Philippine
decency
many Important It ra ,
corporations. will go-
--- Tbe tvageworkers are peculiarly enti possible of the groves of giant trees In political I
make a special the are precisely matters if It th FUpio act
tJt'd'to the protection and the encouragement report on beef in- California occurs pays its keeps Wit W.e u
dustry. again obligations, it they
need
of the law. Wherever the national Pensions.The criminals interference capable of bw tt .

) government has power there The policy' of the bureau Is. to accomplish veterans of the civil war havea enable them Chronic from the United In turn tIec.i Ifsltur wM4fe p.
the purposes of Its creationby wrongdoing or an 1m- It I capable takiB a MM
claim the
should be nation
a stringent employer's liability upon such as'no system of which results in efficient
law, which should apply to the government -I co-operation not antagonism: by Other body of our citizens possess. The up in the the ties of civilized a general loos. part they I t actual vsrk .

4 itself where the government making constructive legislation, not pension bureau has never in its history amount In America, aa society iemet wt assured
destructive prosecution, the immediate been elsewhere, ulU-! t Increaalng meaiare of m'OgDItlon
< .
: i n employer; of labor. managed in a more satisfactorymanner of require
object of Its In-jtilrfes; by conservative than Is easy intervention by some WJ b given
the t
Prevention cow case.
of Railroad Accident Investigation of lllland fact and by Consular Service. who has no nation, and in the western Every measure coocernfnir Ojt L.

: The ever Juerossn! casualty list up refusal to Issue incomplete and hence Our consular system needs forcement the adherence of the Unit. Island should be taken primarily
on our railroad Is n matter of gravepublic improvement times to the Monroe doctrine .Ut
,. necessarily Inaccurate reports. Its policy Salaries: should! be substituted may DYIewtothfEradyantage. W.
concern. and urgently calls for the man who 'pntted'States., however Certainty! give .bol
being thu? one of open Inquiry Into for fees and the classification re- te If tariff *
.Action the The proper the Interests in
by congress. passage of and not attack flagrant on their
upon business, the bureau caeca of such
-
: grading and transfer er t
consular officers t
a law requiring the adoption of block amply or this Unte Stt
a has been able to gain not only the should be provided. I impotence, to the exer- I la nt d. t
am not
Mgnal system has been proposed to the confidence; but better still the cooperation the ;i International police t extend oar shipping laws -
prepared to say that a competitive system of honest POWer. to tbem
tgreo& I earnestly concur ,In that of men engaged in legitimate America I hope
.fl"'Oa'imendaUoQand( would also of examinations for appointment interests of Cttl .a. A.tw0.4. eret to the tamedlat*

point business. would work well,.but by )law-it shouldbe tiiteA 'I I !ltolnsbt t emt It .o tbe
"Jt the as they kltaU
to congress the urgent" need of The bureau offers to the ;. of up. now
congressthe that i otI1'own i encourage
,, provided consuls !oo ldbe' dti pn t
.' r Thipiisi abroad "
: ;!tt.IUoQ: in the interest,of the public means of getting at the cost of familiar regird'to I torwtnwnt
pro- according to places! {for which -.f the Wnt their cree1 or face; I I lands ito la tbetationi .1

,. regard to whether they were I rur I faetorte, In p1*

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Rockefeller, jr., Warns Men of Eter- ...- \t'.Nf.-j.. ;-;;:- '_-

tlltlnr the transformation nit,. MEAT J k
nowon
dug !in lumber circles The services at John D. Rockfeller, | ,
regarding 1iTRAllSS&CO1o
jr's.,bible 0.\ COLD STORAGE.
class
last
lr and
demand and outlook for Sunday were of an I .
Aiding I evangollical character. Several We desire t:> announce that the ,
material and prices stirr- g
thereof i ing gospel I cold storage department for the cur-
he hymns
future the were sung, the
,
Savannah
edition I ing of meat for Owners is now UJ -

/ae Southern Lumber Journal, in I quartet Life-Line rendered" "Throw out the open.We ffi -c Wholesale and Retail
and Mr.
_double faded editorial on this all- Rockerfellermade are the Cold Storage; Pioneers ( "
an earnest appeal to his hearers of Florida, have given the
portant
question Ito I
affecting so many I consider curing of meats the closest study for 1111 LIQUOR DEALERS :
01)1(1. quite lengthily and eternity and the day of i! as ea ..
logically judgment. years, and our uniform past successis L

; acassew the situation as follows: I i the very best evidence of ourabilitj' r 1.1: L y OCALA, FLORIDA.
"In God's name, men," he said, : ga ,
"The :
ijgni of the times are I to serve y .u When, there- 3

')QI, The handwriting on the porten-wall "turn about now, No man is sure of I fore, we announce Ueady. we want .; Offer for and after the *Christmas Holi

_ *o plain that "he tomorrow." you to appreciate that it means superior -
who -
. runs may 1 day the best selected stock of
ltl. equipment, including duplicate
> and though he be a fool, he The young millionaire took for his w
tset+d not therein. machinery, in case of accident, and .
; err Each theme the
rising parable of the
.and wiling of the drag-net. skilful assistants to do this work iu ii Beers
: sun witnesses
some lIe
said he
thought the lesson of
the ;
,,new development for the lumber the best possible manner. In this O itG ,
Jtride for the parable could be found in the fact connectson we cannot too strongly
: better or the worse. 1l .2
'C
that just as the net urge upon our friends to take their
gathered in all
Day by
: day week by week, and Wines
rJ c& .1.I ao
Meat where they Know it will .
month kinds of fish .
by month, manufacturers of, good and bad, so the ,
I lumber have proper attention. It is no -fA- cui.
have watched the value of drag-net ot God
in all
was gatheiing .
Gut Work for you to let Us
stumpage climb steadily during the1'a4 classes of men rich and poor, civi- serve you again. To those storing ti \i 1
ten years, and while they havePcen lized U I :: 'g Liquors
" it and uncizilized. meat for thefirst time, we would refer ,
halt they have never it go
"Each day," continued Mr. to our friends-Your Neighbors
,ckwanl They have found that itfluid Rock- *-who are so well satisfied ,with ) Z at the cheapest prices and guarantee .
be erfeller, "you u
practically Impossible toy are taking a step in

U a large tract of timber at the either the right or the wrong .direc our The past same faithful price service.will prevail as heretofore UJ 1 C Pure and Unadulterated Liquors at ALL

Availing price of to-day,install and tion. .11.1 r I I.
Sometime
there will come a viz: one cent permonth or l w vEaq
Jt all}) milling plant, sell the 0 times
taill. tomorrow, and what it will be for part of a month.Responsibility. 1--...
product at current prices and ()
will against loss or dam- I- Our Warehouse is the best
what
,ihow a profit on the transaction. you depend on you madeof .1Ic k equipped
age by fire will be assumed in the 5 0LO, ,
Dotufquently they have come to theroneu.Jon yourelf- on the yesterday. You value of six cents per pound and g { & tE in the State of Florida and our
!
that the timber on the have got to face eternity. What is I
I for this we will made a charge of 10 SeLE OwMEiii
k tk>n they own Is Just
valuable
I it to be for you and me? It is for us cents per one hundred pounds' or 3' atebd' ,
it that on the adjoining tract; that Strauss Reserve
decide to day" fraction thereof. Royal Rye
.
U they cannot replace the stumpage N
FLORIDA PACKING AND ICE Co.,
JHey cut and have a margin the The attendance was' 217. It. was
on per SIMON BENJAMIN, Is the Best Dollar Earth.
lawac-twn then they will let their announced that more than two hundred Quart on
HERM'{ BENJAMIN, Sec. & Treas.
.in trees stand until it is possible tickets had been sold for Manager.

fa tly w'> In other words, they nowdet'hne for Remember Strauss the
to fnake further inroads ontheir banquet of the class, at the Pays Freight on

.'umpage without adequate Hotel Majestic. Among the speakersat Shippers by freight or express will .

the dinner will be W. II.P. Faunce, please mark their name plainly on
iJ'1l rnpenhatkrn.jan illustration of which
paskage and address 4 full Quarts for $3,50 .
Hi to be found In the action of yellow president of Brown University, and ,
M
j4ne manufacturer in St. Louis theother President Woodrow Wilson, of FLORIDA PACKING & !CE CO. Try it and be couvinced.Everything .

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day when the first of a series Princeton.
t
.il advance in prices to a basis of

,$;*oAi. to the manufacturer was inau- Bilious Colic Prevented. Notice. jn the Liquor Line and as we are Wholesale as well as Reta.il Dialers, we
,, The Board. of Medical Examinersfor
rrattd Take a double dose of Chamber-

'Mt.fttM of the money made lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea the fifth judicial circuit of Flor- are the Only People in the County who can sell you. from a drink to a barrel at one

lumber manufacturing in the southluring ida will meet in the city of Ocala at
Remedy when the first indication of time and one delivery from Ocala direct.
Ute past three yean was from ': the office of Dr. S. H. Blinch, on Dec.
the disease and threatened
appears a
I: awrw stumpage ago purchased at about one-fourth five years and the attack may be warded off. Hundredsof 14th, 1904, for the purpose of examin Specialties, we have none, as we make a specialty of everything we handle

people use the remedy in this way. ing applicants for certificates to prac-
tn''nt tftarktt value of ..tumps e.utnt and give each item special attention.
1 bit t tae manufactured lum- with perfect su ess. For sale by all tice medicine in the state of Florida.S. .

druggists. m H. RLITCII, Pres, Submitted
\rr h*. not advanced more thanI Respectfully ,

I of the Increase in raw Emma Ocala, Fla.
Pollard
...,!/rtal I* it nottherefore, plainlyto Terry H. M. TAYLOR, M. D. Sec.,
Sirs. Emma Terry Pollard, one of 11.15-5t Crfctal River, Fla.yJrutroaiaiutt. .
.i t* teen that the manufacturers STRAUSS. & CO.
feat ahout cut out all their cheap or the most noted soporano singers of

km mired timbers {purchased years the south, supported by Edda\ Cook I :

I J: niu.t HOW turn upon that Pitt, a very talented pianist, will give ........_
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:. <>*l them two and three, and --- P. S. All orders filled I same day as received.
& very enjoyable evening Monday, E.BIGGa.
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'lll' iaUnM. five times as I'.
December 12th, under the auspices of
m :. I 11 "'. can they cut out theirhi' ATrORXEY-AT-LAW. .
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I t.1 hUHMpage into lumber the United Daughters of the Confed- (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)

1d $. .1 I u at ttMMRM old prices they eracy. OCALA. FI.ORIDA. I

hasp .*..o..a: mber they cut I I What the press says of Mrs. Pollard 1> D. FULLER L F.BHLOCK.D! .

i Irs.i'i i&.*'-| rk* s m. page:; ? Not for a I: : *l v DENTIST.Over -- Assistant. T
, THEBAZAAR.
'momof, and UH man who attempts
Mrs. Pollard has long ago established Munroe is Chambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla. .
U tall g>. t.o tfte wall as surely I as he
her reputation as one of the M. THOMPSON. _
It.
'h-'i--ta J
"nouth's sweetest singers.AtlantaDaily .
1
it i. that we the action .
_? nay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OLD MANHas c
lov ptoe operators in St. News. Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Montezuma.
Come
-.. Mrs. Pollard is a singer $ high .
., other day in marking up OCALA FLA.
from fiO cents to $3 rank well known throughout the -
price* anvwhert '
south.-Musical Courier(N. J.) EDWIN SPENCER._
per iboutanJ i* only the beginning of Santa.
I I Mrs. Pollard has a coloratura of re- A''TORNEY-AT-LA,
tfrtr* of advancv that are Imevitable See Him
if the manufacturers are to make markably sweet quality, and has met CCALA. 7-8-y FLORIDA I II
with much succees.-New York Press. I'
11'&lOuahtpront on their investment i?. CHASE
Mrs. Edda Cook Pitt, a talented J _
*, and anything short of that AND BRING r
THE
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would lie ooutrary to all business pianist, and a pupil of Riesberg, of I DENTIST Clause T.

and N. J., and Von Fuchs, of Germany, OCALA. FL
rinclple and ethics. Long
concert work this season
bon leaf |ant could be a Ivanced is doing I CARLOS L. SISTRDNK.
and Florida.-Atlan-
through Georgia
r1o'wht1'm $3 to itO per thousand ta Journal. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Arrived ..Ghildren.VE .

rf..et. and then be the cheapest wood Room(.'-III"-.1i Building
with itt The public is cordially invited to
A : Oft the market in competition

for the )!>Mw it ii applied to. attend at the armory. Adults 50c.,
, |urj
?. Burnett \ HAVE EVERYTHING PRESENTS. OUR COUTNERS
Jerry SUITABLE FOR
Th pnwjierity of no other cla* swf children 25c.Ccughing. ,

people contributes more to the Soell Caused Death. ARE FILLED WITH'I TOYS AND HOLIDAY
universal{ proirity of all, tie coun- Merchant GOODS.'I

Utov.r. than the lumber manu- "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, ,

-#actarr lie tact laid more founda- choked to death early yesterday SEE: GADSON I I

Rons f-ir I trunk lice railroad systems, morning at his home., in the presence Tailoring. :

PO MV notUing of Innumerable- of his wife and child. He contracted R
cold few days and paid 1 Cur Ladies Suit Sale going on, I' ea
lajr antI t< w&* that have rapidly a slight a ago Ocala, Florida.

gr ,wn iniltk* awl great commercial but little attention to it. Yesterday ? 1 t1"fr they are swell and uptodate.Serge. '

. and imliwtrtal centers in his morning he was seized with a fit of Finest Imported and I

a wak'ian! any outer class of our coughing which lasted for some time. Domestic Cloths. Voiles, Etamines, BroadclothsAnd I

, fwjlc Lake Ute slimly pioneers( of His wife sent for a physician but be- Cutting a SpecialtyFits Flannels

fold lie |K-netrat the virgin forests, fore he couldjarrive another coughing Guaranteed. !

iUuminw the dark places with the spell came on and Duckwell died _.....%_....................___.........i._....._..._.........._. And in all the shades for j
new :
flathUg'ir' f eivtMretion and speedilyconverts from suffocation.-St. Louis Globe- ,

barren wastes into busy: Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." Ballard's '

ant I'Ir. of commerce. To his pros- Horehound syrup would have AntiMonopoly saved lIt Will .' 'N Fall and Winter Wear
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shouldbe 25c. roc and $1.00.
him.
I*' v. therefore, every man ,,
hand, and drug store. 01 ----- -
glad to turn a willing 11

wbilti his progre has been slow It The Daughters of the Confederacy. Pay You !H! REMEMBER OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9.

im nevertheless, now an assured tact

| So say we all, gentlemen." .The regular monthly meeting of irj You have any Real Estate
Come after and Santa Clause Make
[ Doctors Could Rot Help Hor the Daughters of the Confederacy | | to sell, tea see ,

"I had kidney trouble for years." will be held this afternoon. qR; and let them
at the homeof selection
I write Mr Raymond Connor of But instead of meeting You're thinking of coming your us put away
is the usual in
"and the doctors of the members as
Slwlton, Wash., one
to Florida for a home
I could not help me I tried Foley's custom the meeting will be held at II Deliver when you say _

| Kidney Cure and the very first dobefciva the armory and a cordial invitation is OR

me relief and I am now cured. I
one to be present.The
II to every
El cannot say too much for Foley's extended You desire to invest in any THE

WCldney Cure," It makes the diseased Daughters are very anxious to I IF kind of Florida property,

kidneys fOund w they will eliminate erect a monument to the Confederatedead F.P. al

ithe pol ns from the blood. Unless in this city and in order to TO SEE .tY. KY iS
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[they do this good health is impossi- awaken more interest on this subject OR WRITEOCALA. '

lljle. P\tolflce dnta atom m have invited Major L. T. Izlar : OcalaBazaar.
they
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PL Arthur has consented to do. j
[that the fighting around which he has kindly ,

canard Japan to lose 40,000 men. The meeting will be held at armoryat FLORIDA.

f He add that people who have .not three o'clock Friday afternoon. G\DSON. .I

witnessed the daughter have no conOption UblUc yaur spare tIm.
Nan Patterson is to be tried again Study at t dale or e.emars eeme
of Its enormity. If that peace better edacatioa. O .
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Leant more and fOOl.ana.OI'Co
has
she only
murder. And yet Tablet Home Study need wx
will be for With the ono yon
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conference don't hurry there leave borne cmptoTmcBt t to lean Bo Antiuuctic.Ateebct.
How many times is .Geo Rhetoric,Literature' ,History
man.
left of'the Jap and Russians killed one yy .t aet riGetmcMsi top .euminatwas..irn.:
nothing Metropolis. i i I she to be put on trial? [ ataaacst. ciio,1a trCiioL'" .L1fItII'aI&1U.v:7 ita
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The Richer Man HISTORY OF FLDRiD 1. Do It Now.

fottt tu t too Bittch,yet Hill do erase; Strew gladre-s along the paths of men.
I huk tan and Ktk no more. You will not pass this way again We have just deceived n solid car of
>-Selected.
Shakespeare. Soon to Be Published as Written by .
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EXAMPLE WORTHY OF IMITATION.
The department of agriculture at was S0.50S, yet the democratic mana-

Tallahassee will shortly issue a descriptive gers claimed tie state by 20,0001: Proof Oats .

*KtOi>. Man With His Wife For His pamphlet known as "A History Rust
The Atlanta chamber of commerce F
lieutenant Did At the Fair. of Florida." An appropriationwas
has invited President Roosevelt to
Capt. and Mrs. Samuel R. Pyles made by the legislature of 1901 .
visit Atlanta next
raptured the prize at the South Florida for the purpose of enabling this de- May.---3- w r'

Fait for the best individual ex- partment'to issue a handbook of the FROM
In its enumeration of its big menthe ,

],lblt. state, setting forth her resources and Brooksville Argus. leaves out the .

They are farmers. advantages of all sections of the state chief stone in the edifice-Judge- J. t

Their exhibit included the following and it is intended for distribution at B. Wall.

iteme points from which desirable settlers TEXAS. |i
The time of some business: men \.
Velvet bt'anli. shelled and unshelled may be attracted. This book, whichwas
must be valuable. Occasionally one
; black walnuts; oats,threshed and complied by Mr. Henry Elliot,of
may be seen chasing around town for
In sheaf corn; gourds; kershaw; the department of agriculture, is an '
half a day getting bids on about two y.1:(
pumpkin( ; plndars( ; field peas; Ken- exhaustive treatise, sets out in a very ,'f
dollars worth of job printing. Ye
tueky homestead bran; tomatoes; clear manner the state's resources,
gods and little fishes, too!
okra; cucumbers; kidney wax beans; and contains much valuable and interesting .
These Oats were received from one of tho mOlt) rsSiblo
carrots; cassava; lettuce; rhubarb; information.The .

hiekory nuts; long red beets; rutabaga initial chapters are devoted: to INHERITED growers in the section of Texas most noted fbr Its .......).'

turnips; flat Dutch turnips; East the historical phases and cover the !
I ; aSn of seed oats. We have exercised every potitWi+ t *rein
India sweet potatoes; English sweet periods from the discovery and settle- quality

pat.tOt"M. Lemon Bay sweet potatoes; ment down to the present day. f buying our seed oats, having sought not the oho -. tut,

Providence sweet potatoes; blue- These chapters are particularly inter- {tJ.

Irish Japanese climate and soil
triumpant potates; esting. Topography,
,
pane syrup, 8 cans; ribbon cane are each given a chapter and every When a child I had a very severe attack
of Diphtheria,which came near proving BESTWe
syrup, 11 cans; green cane syrup, 1 industry is taken up with valuable fatal. Upon recovery the glands of the THE

ean; blue cane syrup 1 can; extra statistics never befor presented in neck were very much enlarged and after
the free use of iodine, the right one was
early Flsrida oat in sheaf; 1 bale such available form. A careful'peru- reduced to its normal size, but the left

lies due and sorghum hay; 1 bate sal of this work will open one's eye one continued to grow-very slowly at
first, until it was about the size of a goose know personally a number oi Farmat* waG __
crabgrass, velvet beans and beggar to the wonderful resources of Florida i egg, which began to press on the windpipe -

weed 1 qt. cherry preserves; 1 qt. and her marvelous progress and de- causing difficult breathing, and be- planted seed irom< the same source for number of
came very painful. An incision was made
watermelon preserves; 2 qts. peach velopment in the last ten years. No and a large quantity of pus discharged.The .
and all without exception the .f .
pronounce
1 gland was removed, or as much as ,
prcert; 2 qts. plum preserves; pt. state in the south can show a pro- .
could with safety be taken out. For ten
tomato preserves; 1 pt. fig preserves; portionately greater growth and development years I wore little piece of cloth about an quality.

1 qt. spiced pears 2 qts. spiced and surely no state can inch long in my neck to keep the place
open. During this time I had to have it
grape; 2 qU. pickled peaches; 2 qts.pieed offer more varied attractions to set- cut open by the doctor every time I took .

tomato pickle lers. Persons who have cold or the opening clogged. In
peaches; 1 qt. ; given no
or early Summer of 18841 was persuade
3 qU. plum marmalade; 2 qts. kelsey thought or study to the matter have by my wife to use S. S.S., which I did Free From Johqsoi) ) rocs.
strictly in accordance with directions I
plum marmalade; 1 pt. grape jam; no idea of the enormous volume of
took bottles and
twenty-six large was en-
2 qt..plekledegjp2; qts. cucumber business done in the state or its rapid tirely cured, for I have not suffered since
that time. B. S.RAGLAND.
2 mustard ehocbow; 2qt. increase.
pickles; qts Co. SC..
Royal Bag Mfg. Charleston
.. sweet cucumber pickles; 1 pt. The history will be a work of great Or other objectionable..seeds likely to be found In 0jf iIIIJI' _""" ...

picwaNM; 2 qt*. mixed pickles; 1 qt. interest and its publication will do Only a constitutional remedy can reachan
hereditary disease like Scrofula. When
canned black- much make Florida's attractions
twnftio eat np; Iqt. to
the blood is restored to normal conditionand

bnrfc; 1 qt. (',aa fd tomatoes; 1 qt. and development more widely real the scrofulous deposits are carried off -
TO BE HAD AT THE .
there is a gradual return tohealth. S.S.S.S .
1 canned ; ized. Miami News.
fMHl peaches; qt. guava is well known as a

1 <|t tMRwl efeemes; 1 qt. canned The next visit of Dr. t<. T. Aller, A blood purifier and
tonic. It is the _
fcotklllrri**; 1 qt blackberry wine the; eye and ear specialist will la only guaranteed

17..... .W; 1 qtWaekberry wine 4ott Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Montezurr: a strictly vegetableremedysold. .
Hotel. Glasses fitted S .If I
correctly %
you
; 1 qt. blackberry wine 3 I
1e0I have any signs of OCALA SEED STOREI
Mare old; 1 ft blackberry cordial: 2 Scrofula and our write us
physicians
1tN. MstMr; t its. lard; 1 glass peadi r will advise you free

)Hb ; Iff*** kttey plum jelly ; 1 StubbornCoughs The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. I. -

gtoM fM j Itt)'; 1 glats guava jelly; ------------ I: ;:': _'.: .,:. .-: ".. '. ;c.
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1 .B***.. pkffli J jelly; 2 qts. Japanese -- .
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MIttI ftjrrop; 1 qt. blue cane syrup; .
a lunch and a luncLton?" a -__.co ---- -- -- .. ,- -r J J T" ) ", e
I qt enacts wine syrip; 1 qt. ribbon
"Alu.ut! a cellar and a quarter, myboy.1" I
*an sjrrup; 1 pt. wild honey; col- .
;Cincinnati. Tribune. .
y Iretten ef mixed peppers; silk bed '

spread.ttfghtyfuur. Miss Jessie A. Owens has returnedto : \

different articles. her home at Sparr after a delightfulvisit '. .
.
and Colds
; Qapt. and Mrs. Pyles are farmers to the great fair at St. Louis, ..' Cold iI '..

11 in all that the term implies-and which has now closed its gates. .

are selling an example that must re- CURED BYFOLEY'S -" -- --

w1t;In benefit to the whole state. JW 1 V/ h'h l'u' ,1A L./:A J ,..


Marian county Is very proud of ......;:\;r.!'.:::'. ?:- .-.:..-.., ,
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these HONEY 'i. _.
worthy eople. h ;''' +""-r "*, fc: '-l' ,
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Good Spirits :a-:IAM J"jLYL'a_ _i Storage
{ AND TAR
. Good spirits don't all come from
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Kentucky. The main source is the FUX.HRAL I I .
Obstinate, racking: Coughs that make ,
; liver, and the fineest spirits ever madeIn ,
your head ache your that and lungssore DIR CTO S. 1I
the Blue Grass state could not remedy -
end inflamed, that rob you of .
: a bad liver or the hnndred-and- .
sleep until your system becomes so run I
one ill effects produces. You can't -1- : "
down that you are in grave danger of I,
haw good spirits and a uad liver at Hav. '\ full s:o.'k of Coffinf. Caskets of..J"l.C.'tS
I ;
Pneumonia or Consumption are quietly f
the same time. Your liver must be cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. and purist Outtu.-. Sp. cial given to H

in a fine condition if you would feel Burial services. ,I .

buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright FOLEY'S HOOEY AND TAR Embalming to OrJer
I
of eye, light of step, vigorous and.ut'Ce..rulln .

" your pursuits. You can soothes and heals the inflamed air passages i We beg to announce that we are now ready to euro and Mere MttM. iar tii
put your liver in fine condition by usIng allays the feverish conditions,
7 Green' August Flower, the greatest stops the cough and prevents serious : public. We have a 'modern, improved and u -t-dato plant, wltfe att t... 11'1

of all medicines for the liver nd results from a cold. I i ideas in equipment, and machinery, in charge of a thorough awl -.ulln.. iI.

stomach and certain cure for dyspep- I enineer. Our Cold Storage
Department %will bo suj>erintondl by
ala or indigestion. It has been a FOLEY'S HONEY.AND TAR .
;
favorite household remedy for over

thirty five years. August Flower will is the only prominent cough medicineon t HR. ROBERT KAISER
make your liver healthy and active : the market that does not contain

and thus insure you a liberal supply' opiates or harmful drugs of any kind
and on this account is safest for children.It who has had long experience in the business in Cincinnati
ur "good spirits. Trial size, 25c;. : and Atfaiifc, .... ...
regular bottles, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop the past two seasons in Ocala. We can guarantee that it isNo
Drug Store. V ing Cough and will quickly cure the -
racking cough which follows measles t

Walter Hawkins In a New Business. and leaves so many children with weak -- '.

Mr. Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville lungs unless properly treated.
Remember the name Foley's Guess
who i is well known here, havingbeen Work
Honey and Tar-and refuse substitutes -
a"resident of Ocala for a number that cost you the same as the ;

I of years, has been appointed general genuine. Do not take chances with fr420
'
:1 agent for the Consolidated Fruit Co., some unknown preparation. .
: With
US
the new east coast concern recently Consumption Threatened.C. H

i organized in Jacksonville.Mr. At rI11 I

Hawkins will enter upon the Unger, 211 Maple St., Champiagn, ,I t .
111., writes: "I was troubled with a I
duties his new position as soon as 'a
hacking cough for a year and I thought And

he can sever his connection with the I had consumption. I tried a great many we assure you that you will be treated with fairness! and ..r............ W.

Central of Georgia railway, which remedies and I was under the care of i guarantee.satIsfactIon. and solicit your patronage.

vrlll be notlater physicians for several months. I used .
i perhaps! than the 15. i y
' His one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; ; I .
headquarters will be inJackson
it cured me, and I have not been'trou- i

: ville.The appointment of Mr. Hawkins bled,since." ,i! ,o tiul; i; OCAlA ICE PACKING CO.

Three sizes-25c, SOc, $1.00.
to this important position will give
The 50 cent size contains two and
pleasure to his friends I .flleffert & Taylor
many throughout one-half times as much as the small size

the state. and the $1.00 bottle almost six timesas i i

much. I Ii i I, PHONE 34 Ocala, Florida

foLmlioNEYATARab SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY We would be glad to have the public call
: Chas. E. Blum & and inspect
.. I Co., 517 and 519 W. j j our plant I when In. our eft
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tth&Ad helUA ?o'tiift'ic.brug6torn. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla

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Riport.kh TO. EDUCECOUTH- At13AIRUSSIANWAHIP.

Jt annual report JameslWllson,

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ERN REPRESENTS
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stteie that the hens of the Senator Platt Introduces Measure The Fire of the Japs So Warm

tatted State lay l,6C8,000OOOjdozen8 -
In That Enemy Retir&s.

of egg* a year, or enough in one Congress. CHRISTMAS

a o Gtb Id pay the Interest!: 'of the S
TRUCE DECLARED TO BURY DEAD
COUTH WILL LOSE NINETEEN .
tntire national debt for one year. .
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Mr WlUon figures that the corn crop Bill Created Much Interest on Demo- Mikado's Men Are Still Battling at Port AT THE -

would be luftldent to pay off the debt. ChamberDocumentWas Arthur's Doors and Sowly! Gaining '
cratic Side of

The cotton: crop he estimates at $600Secretary ,- Prepared by National Republic Ground-Hiavy Cannonading Near ANTIMONOPOLYDRUG

pouo. Mukden 1 Is Going On.
an Committee.
Wilson that all the
says oi
Tokio Dec. 8.The headquarters

gold mlnet of the entire world have Washington, Dec. 8. Senator Platt, the Japanese army ic front of Port

of New York, today Introduced the
- not since Columbus discovered Arthur have reported confirming the
produced -
direction of
bill prepared under the
disabling of the Russian battleship STORE 1 1
- America greater value of gold the committee on; National Republicanclub Retvitzan and Poltava and stating :

than have the farmers of this country of the city of New York, havingas that the cruiser Bayan is aground. ..
its the reduction of the
In two years. This year's product purpose Owing to the plunging fire from 203 -
in of several
. representation congress
Meter Hill, the enemy has withdrawn.On .
of the farms is more than six states that have disfranchised the negro
Dec. 6 our forces occupied an entire
times the capital stock of all the voter. The measure, if enactedin
fort at 1 p. In. On.Dec. 6 at 4 We Still Hold Out-
its form would lessen the ReputationFor
present ,
.
national banks
three times the gross p. m., In response to the bearer of
membership in by 19, accordIng
congress
earning of the railways, four:times the enemy's flag of truce an armistice
to the estimate that has been made Holiday Stock X Our
of five hours was granted for the removal
the value of all minerals
produced, by the Republican club, which origin* of the dead.

: twice the mm of the imports and export ated It. The bill and a statement issued The Japanese troops occupied Aka- Christmas Assortment Has

referred to
by Senator Tlatt were
*, and comes within.three-quar saka hill fronting on Port Arthur yesterday
the committee on the census.

ten of a billion dollars of equalingthe I''I The statement follows: Dec. 6. No Equal in Ocala !

value of all manufactures for the "This bill is framed on the lowest
Heavy Cannonading Near Mukden.
limitation possible and treats exclud
year 1900. Pekin Jtec. 8.-Mukden reports a --...- -
ing from the suffrage only the male
Secretary Wilson is pleased with tremendous noise of cannonade around
negro citizen over 21 years of age,

. the bureau of plant industry, which, classed by the twelfth census as illiterate Poutiloff hill and the railway which CHRISTMAS POST CARDS AS SOUVENIRS
begun on Dec. 6 in the morning and
after eight years' work, has producedan under 1900 census tables, pub.
reached its height from 3 to. 5 in the

orange that will grow as far lIshed since the!: apportionment act ol afternoon. It was unlike anythingof PRETTY CALENDARS
AND
January 16 1901 CHRISTMAS CARDS.
,
forth a. North Carolina and is proof "The actually excluded the kind heretofore, except at Port
aggregates Arthur the effect is due to the con -
against the fronts of Florida, thus I from the suffrage In each of the states stantly, increasing number of siege (Special Prices to Teachers of Day Schools and Sunday Schools)

tutoring a crop. For several years I' mentioned are In truth larger than guns of large calibre, all of which ...
I basis for this act.
those used the
the experiment for an orange resulted as seemed to be in use at the time.
I It all negro votables (i. e., male citizens

In a lemon, but this year a sweet I over 21) regardless of illiteracy for Rumors various of dates a Japanese have been attack current set > Our Line OlD 0 LLSrs Unsurpassed

and Secretary should be deemed excluded the reduction
orange wa produced during the past two weeks and it was

Wllaon ate one of them on Thanksgiving in representation figured from the the impression that the bombardmentof

with his dinner. same tables,, would be nearly twice Dec. 6 was In anticipation of a
day
stated in this bill.
as great as Japanese movement. Today the first

The secretary shows] that the deposits "It requires no evidence beyond ,the sleet and snow fell. '

In banks have greatly increas I I notorious historical fact for congress DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE

ed. to adjudge what cannot be denied, ,that Russia's Military Strength Untouched.

The farmer] may: not become a the class of negro Illiterates to the St. Petersburg, Dec. 8.-The military .
excluded
extent states is practically strength of Russia is still untouchedby Anti-Monopoly Drug. Store.

millionaire," he says, "but he is from the suffrage in the states mentioned the present war according to an

surer than the millionaire to retain' In the bill, no matter what official report of the war office. 01

may be nominal provisions of thell the 764 districts in Russia there has H. C. GROVES
hit wealth and to have independence election H. WALTERS
constitutions of
respective been thus far partial mobilization in S

la living." laws. The bill therefore, presents 423 districtsand in 74 of the lattel

Mr. WiliOn) d.lses young men net the smallest reduction practicable and only a few categories were touched. la -- _
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to leave the farm. Is very conservative. none are the reserves exhausted. Th -
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,t "How much further, meritoriously regular establishment< includes a guard I

TM Kitchen! the Root of tho Home. considered, the reduction should ex' and grenadier corps two cavalry corp;

tend can readily 'be arrived at by more
exclusive of twc
"I am notjindlscreet," says Charles the actual facts and 23 regular corps
specifically regarding in Turkestan
In the Caucassus, two
- Wagner, author of "The Simple of total exclusion in respect to each and the Siberian corps. Ten of these


Ufe," "but I like to look into people state. In treating fractions of representation corps are now at the front. Foul .........-_...... -... --- --.' --- .- __ ...
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brigades are also under orders to I NOTICE: NOTICE OF
making MASTER'S SALE.
distinguished women
your The
fractions.
the size of the up the three armies to 150,000 men

pt k1ei. It l U of the greatest im- 'apportlonment remains 'are fixed in each. The present plans contemplateuse t'nited States Land Office, Gainesville, Fla. In the Circuit Court ofthe Fifth Judicial Circuit TTNDER AND BY
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unce as a social influence what 1901 and the 'reduction' is to cease of only eight of the 27 regulai December S. 19O1. of Florida Marion coauty in Chancery. U decree rendered by the Honorable W. *.

when the facts shall warrant it. HEREBY' :: GIVEN THAT IN PCR-' W.W.Clyatt, Complainant vs. John 0.. Math-I Bullock.judge ot the circuit coart of the fifth
European NOTICE
our mothers and sisters do in'the corps. of instructions from the Commis- judicial circuit of Florida. Bitting ia chaacrry
S "The bill has been prepared nude General Kuropatkln, In a telegranj sioner of the General Land Office,under author- e1l's. et al..Defendants. lor )1 anon county, m certain cause pending

kitchen.- love muSIc and art, [but the direction of the committee on national mentions attacks ity vested in him by section 2455 U. S. Revised TriS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS thereIn.wherein Tampa Building and InveU-
to the Japanese
emperor of ment Company la complainant lad Samuel W.
amended by the act Congress herein
striking the table "is theroot affairs of the Republican club Statutes a* n-amed. John Mathews Kate T. Teague and other are said
this, on Sin Chin Pu and Soudginian approved Febiuary 26. 18gS we will proceed to M'thews. M. Pent dons &Co.,partnership rendered on the aind defendant of decree

of the home. Meals served by the of the city of New York, the club hay both of which were repulsed and an ofler at public sale on composed Aaron Ferst.S of JloSeph Mohr Fern, Joseph Strauss and will offer lor sale to the day highest November and best, 1004 bidder I
.the 11 day of January 190, Brothers, a co-partnership for cash.at public before
ing at Its first meeting after the presidential o' outcry the court BOOM
good, sweet hands of your mother unimportant outpost affair on the next at this office,the following tract of land. composed George D. Lazarus Mohr And Anson Mohr. door (south) in Ocal*. Mar>>o county, HorW,
election unanimously voted to right wing when the Russians routed to-wit south hall of rorthwest quarter. section testamentofBanamin Page.as executor of the last will and between the legal hour of ule oo the fittt

and ulster are very different from all require congress to take Immediate, and bayonetted, a Japanese guard. 4,township and all 15 south range claiming 23 east.adversely the C.D, Massey and p.S.F.Jonesfbe Page deceased.and thy and are Monday in January, 1905. to-wilj;
Any persons January sed
other" action pursuant, to the representation shore dcscribed lands are advised to file theirclaims hereby required lo appear to the b," am- tyos,
plaint in this The
I cause on or before following described leal prope.tia.tu.
dav above
plank In the national Republican plat. NEGRO IS SAVED BY WHITES. designated in this for office the commencement on or before the of said sale Monday, the 20"day day of January, A.D. ion county,Florida to-wit: .

NEWS TERSELY TOLD. I',form. The bill provides for the re otherwise their rights will be forfeited. It is further ordered that a copy of this order 1005. resurvey Lot i. 1.3.of lots 9. 10$4 and 59 u jnd ot Mmuel to Caldwell'W.Tea.addition .*'..
i W.G.ROBINSON, Register be published
ductlon of representation in the house Members of His Race Determined to HENRY S.CHCBB. Receiver. 12 9 weeks in the once Ocala a Banner.week for four consecutive to Ocala office for according Marion plat recorded U theclerks

The doxology has been discarded b) as follows: Alabama from 9 to 7; Lynch Him. Done this November 25th. 1904.SEAL much thereof s. nay be county neceuary Florida to taJ1af or to

the University of Chicago and chapel! Arkansas 7 to 6; Florida 3 to 2; Georgia Columbus, Ga.. Dec. 8.-It developsthat NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION. [ ] s.Clerk T siSTRUNK Circuit Court. said decree and cost. H. M HAMPTOX. -

songs substituted. 11 to S; Louisiana 7 to 5; Mississippi only the most determined.. action H.Complainants 1.. Anderson Solicitor.By Mable 1.. Godson.D. C. u i' Special Master ia Chum,. -

will the late Charles S to G; North Carolina 10 to 8; 'on the part of white men preventedthe 12-2 -.5
the .of
Under of the Interior Land Omce at
merchant of Bos South Carolina 7 to 5; Tennessee Id ,, lynching of the negro, Williain Department NOTICE.To .
E. French. a retired Gainesville Fla., December S. 1904 NOTICE.
to 9; Texas 16 to 15; Virginia 10 to 8. Vaughan. at the hands of a negro mob
Is left to charity. THAT THE
too, $200,000 IS HEREBY GIVEN --
i The introduction of the bill created in Russell county Alabama. NOTICE named settler has filed notice of All Person Interested
The confederate veterans of Dallas ention 10 make commutation proof in support bf Application for Tax Deed Cr der section 8 of
the Democratic his
considerable Interest on Vaughan confesses that he robbedhis mi
refused to Join In the invita: of his claim and that said proof will be Chapter 48 8, Laws of Florida. ff'HE UNDERSIGNED GCARDUN OP KVA
TeL, ha side of the chamber and at the wife's grandmother, set fire to bet made before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, Fla.on I Russell Sleep and Warren Leroy Sleep minors .
President Uoosevelt to visit IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HENRI- will at 3 o'docK p. m. onFrUzy
lion to of several senators portions ol S January 10, 1905. NOTICE
request house murdered her and threw her purchaser of azt certificate ,the yAh day of Dettmbtr /w
the couth. I the measure were re-read. Mr. Bailey bleeding body into the flames. He viz: OllUter Allen ot Mattel Fla. Homestead of No. 1088 dated the 2d day t-i Nov. A. D. 1896. By petition apply to the Honorable County
west
for the east half of north quarter. has filed said certificate in my office and has
5- In compliance with the urgent re was the only senator who made any was captured, escaped from the deputy 32794 southwest quarter of' northwest quarter and made application for tax deed to issue in accord- Judge of Marion county Florida.at his oifict at

que/t of the Senators, Louis Estevei comment on the measure. With the sheriffs after a desperate struggle northwest frection 20, township quarter 15 of south.southwest range :21 quarter east. of ance following with described law. Said property certificate situated embraces in Marion the authority thecourthouseInthecjtyofocL.to cell at private ..I. all Furidi.the right tor

baa withdrawn his resignation as vice tone of sarcasm he asked if there "was in which the officer shot him once in He names the following, witnesses to prove his county, Florida. towit: title have and as bril'llel interest law the,of said minor sleep children dectacea.in may.
residence and cultivation of 16 chains in the southeast of Henry
upon corner
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president! of Cuba. i anything the bill affecting the repre. the arm was pursued by negroes, hid continuous said land viz: Dave Jacobs. of Martel, Fla., } northeast quarter square of northeast quarter of sec- and to the following dencnbed Land situate la

sent sentatlon in the senate from states well where he the Armsted 1.ewisof Martel of Mattel Fla. Henry tion 5,township 15 range 21 Marion county. Florida,to wit;
President Roosevelt has again \ in a spent night, Ma peers, oi Mattel.Fla Hackless Williams of The said land being assessed at the date of The northeast quarter of section five (S-1 Tc<

the name of Dr. Crum, the Charleston, wherein it is charged the' governor and next morning crawled on top of a Martel, Fla. the issuance of such certificate in the nameot north hall of 'the southeast quarter Iud be S
: I north half of the southwest quarter ot aectfamfive.
S S C. negro for collector of customs i and not the legislature selects sena : house, where he was accidentally discovered : u 9 W. G. iOBINSON Register. party redeemed unknown.according Unless to said law,certificate tax deed will shall issue be (5)) and the southeast quarter of the ovrth-

confirm' tors?" and from which he waS dislodged thereon on the 3d day of A..D. west quarter of Section three (j ) All beta* la
ror January
for that port to the senate i I | 1905. twelve couth &
S I Witness official signature and seal this the township (u) range twenty **
atlon. only by being peppered In the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE 30th day oi my November A. D. 1904. (J ,) east and containing a totai of JJ* l7-u,
TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. S.T SISTRUNK. acre,as per government survey.
In the House. face with birdshot.
Special prayers are being offered I iw Clerk Gt-uit Court Marion County Fla.NOTIC LILUAS LLKKP HAMMOND
Word was sent to Sheriff Bellamy oi JOHN E. MAKiyuLL. Guardian
for rain In churches of certain localities Washington, Dec. 8.-Upon the convening AU'y. for Guardian. ,,.,
Cumberland of the house today Mr. Bingham I the capture, and in the meantime i .CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE
of Dauphin, Perry, NOT day of January A. D., 1905. I will applyto !:. -.- -
surrounding counties in Pennsytvanla. of Pennsylvania from the committee few white men gathered on the scene Honorable Robert Bullock county,judge in ,
and and for Marion county. state of Florida. at his NOTICE.In .
on appropriations, reached the apprehending trouble. office in Ocala. in said county for an order
the sternest and the Guaraian of the minor heirs In the Circuit Court. of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Only measures as
t I authorizing me.
Walthour ana legislative, executive and judicial apt sell of Florida. in and for Manon County,..
Including deceased. to
of Kate P.Eagar,
teams, oftheestate
Five of the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Great
most determined front the
notice that I on part In Chancery.
proprlation bill and gave at hale the following property belongingto
bistilday
from the private
withdrawn
of In and for Marion
have Florida coult
Munroe, he would call the bill up for consideration the white men saved Vaughan's life. said estate to Wit G. S. Scott,as Receiver,etc., Complainant vs ,.
Madison filth interest In the north ia
at Square undivided one Chancery.
bicycle race An C. V. McCoy and Mamie E. Mccoy Defendants.TT .
immediately after the -- ------ south east and south half of the
tomorrow halt of quarter
: New York on grounds of Irregularity Confessed to Killing Planter. nonh east quarter of section thirty four and IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS G. S. Scott at Receiver etc,CompUioa&t T*.
other riders. reading of the journal. The house the northwest quarter and northwest quarterof J herein named, C. V. McCoy and Mamie Benjamin F. Perry and Sallie D. Perrr De
of on motion of Mr. Payne (N. Y.) went Thomson Ga., Dec. 7.-Guy Reid south west quarter of section thirty-five. all E. McCoy be and they are hereby required to fendanta.
official figures for the attendance : in township thirteen south. range nineteen appear to the bill of complaint In this cause on
S; The Into committee of the whole for the and John Butler negroes, have confessed containing 360 acres in all, in Marion county, or before IT IS ORDERED THAT THK DEFENDANT

at the world's fair: were made purpose of referring certain portions to the murder of R. G. Story, Flonda. Monday the tnd day v/January, .4. D., 1905 I herein named. Ben|. F rrrry and ftatlie
the estate
total attendance Said interest in lands belonging to D. Perry t* and they ar: hereby uqabt4to
public! tofcy. The of the president's message to thc a prominent planter, whose body was of the said Kate F. Ecgan.deceased to be sold It is further ordered that a copy oi this order appear to the bill of complaint ia this caue -
: 18,741,073. and that of the closing forlbe best interest of said minor hears. be published once a week for eight consecutive on or before
was committees, Jurisdiction of found In a swamp Friday. The weeks in theOcala Banner.
resjkectlve 8th oi Dec. 1<
This day )04.u .
S Dec. I was 203,101. Guardbn. Done this the iTth day of Oct. A. D., 1904 Muic4aythaaa2da January, A. D.. .$
day the several subjects. As soon as thh said they killed him because he 94t J.E. F.AGAN
I SEAL] S.T. SISTRUNK. It is further ordered that a copy of this ordet'published
Logan C. Murray, representing th was done the house at 12:15 adjourned would not let them leave the cotton Clerk Circuit Court 1 be once a week for eight consecatiTf
has extended R. L. Anderson and Wra. Hocker weeks in the Ocala Banner.Douethlsthei7thdayotOct.A.,
Louisville Board of Trade until tomorrow? field Wednesday Jo attend'a funeral ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CRbD- 10 2I 8w complainants Solicitors. D.icf.ST.SISTKVNK..

In person an Invitation to,President There is great excitement here and 1 .5
TORS ETC. -- .
Clerk Circuit Court.R
Roosevelt to visit that city next In the Senate. lynching is threatened. Judge Hammond I INOTICE .L. ANDEB&O and WM. HOCKEB.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
The president accented con this afternoon to Complainant' jhato.i. uUI-6.,
left Augusta
1\prlnr. Washington Dec. 8.-When the senate IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- -5-- .5'
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dltkmally. convened today the regular call arrange for a special term of court legatees distributees and all persons
THAT ON NOTICE
demands the estate of' IS HEREBY GIVEN :
against
claims or NOTICE
having
for 'business was made for the first next week to try the negroes. H. deceased. to present the day of March. 1905 I will apply
Potter T.Wartmann. -
Macon, Ga. Dec. 8.-Maro W. within two years to the undersigned oi to the county judge of Marion county. Florida, -
man who is cashier o\ time In the session and a large numberof they same will be barred. This the 4th day of October for final settlement and discharge as the ad- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
a young bills and joint resolutions All Painters to Unite. ministratrix of the estate of Julia P. Johnson
and Helena petitions, 1904. of Florida ia and for Marion county. -
att'Davisboro Glenwood E. WARTMANN.. .deceased.
banks -
,
: mysteriously disappeared were Introduced. Mr. Dilllngham pre. New York Dec. 7.-The National Alliance 10 7 8t Administrator. Done this the ijh. Ga-, has .?endleton and Zemol;C. rr1l4COII.I -
: have sented the credentials of his colleague of Amalgamated Painters, decorators 6m Administratriz.ADMINISTRATOR'S I I
S and his 'books, which 10 2I Defendant
Mr.: Proctor, for the term beginning and hangers has convened I S.5
f beta checked up by an expert, sho* paper Wonder if the beleaguered garrisonin S -- VT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFEDANT
like $15,000.It March 4 next. here for the purpose of arranging ii NOTICE. .>-' herein namedJWm. Pendleton and ZemoU .
-- a f&ortase of something with the United Port Arthur and its assailants outside C. Pendleton be and they are hereby required
la laId that the amount may exceed Cartoonist Nelan Dead. possible, a combination to appear to the bill oi complaint ia tha came .
Brotherhood of Painters. Delegates know that the rest of the worldis on or before -.5
$20.000 upon further ex.a.mlnarUon. Dec 8.-The death of TOTIC IS: GIVEN THAT ON THE A ioPaItIsmurtbeorderedthUsapyofth1ioedev.
: New' York Monday eke 1IId da1I/Jcznu ry. A.
from several cities were presentand life and .J of A. D. as
of the defalcation, it talking of the simple second day January 1905.
A feature Charles Nelan the cartoonist, at CaveSprings. committee the administrator with the will annexed of the I'' :
S all of the alleged crookedness i* after some discussion ft the while carrying estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep deceased. I wil be published once a week for eight coasecaUre -
in
,
announced a chanting
that Ga. was special peace
in the Ocala Banner
appointed to arrange a conference present my petition and final report and asku. weeks
seems to have been ao was this the I5th day of October. >.t). ..
: 4tb* accounts dispatch received here today. Lately to settle all differences concealed weapons and executing lobe discharged as such administrator to the Done "
with the brotherhood a.r.szsTaYLclerk
for Marion
ninety dya before Hon. Robt. Bullock county: judge
oeaP1iJhed.wlWn he had been employed by the New and endeavor to brIng about steps strongly suggestive of a' war county Flarida. W. E.ALLEN, Circuit Court S
officials are
tha
discovered and Admr.with wiU annexed. fl.L.Anderso.DdW.ITocker.
It was York Globe and had gone ,south in tie .
Solicitor for CempUiaast. .t"
we&derinf what disposition Pottei search of health.: amalgamation. S dance.-N. Y. Telegram. Jun'13rd.1904. 624

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Young Clark Caused the Trouble :

Dan d ridge, Tenn., Dec. G.-Thomas. :... I __J I .
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and now traveling for a Knoxvlllefcome I .. ,
U under arrest at Rutledge .

charged ,with whose the sister murder Clark of married CharlojMaJleote Good Flour is of the essential of 'J.'
two hours after the tragedy. one products ;
The principals were among the y
guests as wedding and at Its conch '
,ton went to Mallcote' homo, accom- .
panted by list Mallcote. E Good Bread Cakes recommend the
MaHeete After remaining home Clarke a short and time the'young at the 'I or Pies.t ...

lady left In vehicle. They were fob : _
lower d by Charles Mallcote.

,';.' from tote Soon_the as after buggy.killed the,couple supposed departed by a Mali shot I I OBELISK( as being the best to be had. Always uniform i

Clarke and the young woman pro- '
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seeded to the home of a minister, I

to. Owing>nI re ks they. the to were affair the united prominence has created in marriage.a'great of the in Quality and has always proven that it is to be depended J

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KILLED BY DRUNKEN MAN. '
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Prominent Firmer Slays Well Known I ,

Naval Stores Man. ,, _' .
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Valletta. Ga. Dec. 6.Sheriff == 1- : : ": : n. :: : =
Sweat of Clinch county, and justice -.
Rerbtcr of With, pawed through this

.-- a city with prominent at the an remains early natal hour of stores Walter this man morning Smith, who F The Hornsby 1J
like killed bjr Walter Fortacre, a leading -

!BC l\>farmer reacre and was is at said Edith brandishing to last have evening.been hla drink.gun being the Standard to go by. The brand of their different '

around when Smith tried to get it

; from freacr him.Jerked A off scuffle from! ensued Smith, and and T "Ns 99 :
cereals is O. Always in
emptied Smith's stomach the contents, producing of the death.gun into buying Oatmeal, Sel -

Sheriff Sweat went to the scene, but I

was was In tifia&ie the hands to arrest of his friends.Foreacre,They wto raising Buckwheat Hominy Breakfast Wheat Whole Wheat .,
state that be will) surrender In a day I ,
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Dattoy Smith's to his remains parents living were near carried there.to I See that the is "
IVHlh Is sear flatter, where the I: Flour, etc. package marked "H. D.
Ita&can family of naval itoresmen recently
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Physician Take Carbolic Acid. P- ..... ,
Birmingham, Ala. Dec. 6.-Dr. S. C.I I
Gartxr. a young physician, committed I II I : We have the English Walnuts. Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Large Jumbos, a
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ittlctde In his office in he ChalifousbdMtaff P-

a acid.scream As b by for* was taking help about, shouting a dose to die of"For he carbolic Gt&'a made etc., Strained Honey bottles" Full Line Cheese, i Ib-pkgs. Dates, i lb. +,j

sak., don't let die. Several i
rushed into me the office, but persons tb" : pkgs, Figs, also 5 and lo's, Pop Corn- Almonds, shelled and in the shell, ;
end soon came with much suffering II ......

II which* had he a requested letter in his to inside be mailed pocket to : Fine Cluster Raisins, Cleaned Currants, Evaporated Fruits a full ass't :; .
his brother in Summerrilks. The ....
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lone yownj*and man wife few bad in persons Manchester not knew been ,him.here Ind.very HeBSda lit =..=... Also Fancy Crackers in bulk and pkgs. Mincemeat, Jellies, Jams, Cranberries ..",

S'U addicted' to the ua of morphine.
and in fact everything necessary to complete a first class Grocery -
J Ptniaeola to Greet Taft.

; ram rHiaaeo1a.was received Fla.. this Dec morning 6.-A sablo-from E Store, A visit to our store will convince you of the Grade and Qualityand 3'
Secretary of War Taft and his party ....

srrive. which In Tcnsacola announced on that the they cruiser would Columbia E: assortment is one of the principal features I :;

oo Dec. 10. It is the intention .
of Secretary Taft to return td I -- --
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according to the present plans.
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Adeline Adeline NEWS Sergeant Sergeant TERSELY) the(Emily novelist T9LD.Frances, died i : We Handle the [King.( Maple Syrup. It is Pure. .

at Ikrarnemouth. Ehgland today after
a leftg and painful Illness, She was

born In 1$51.President .Roosevelt will visit Philadelphia Besides all these fancy and choice Groceries we have

on Washington's birthday, the
JJ4 of next February to deliver an addrttt -
before the student of the university
of Pennsylvania. full stock of Staple Goods. i
la the eighth congressional district
cf North Carolina, the certificate oi
election has been given E. Spencer

!mlt s 613.over bcm.W.Republican C. :\ \\1ana, whose, Democrat majority Seed Oats, Chicken Wheat, Cooked Cow Fee 1

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Former State Auditor Martin Be- -
can, who wu ejected mayor of New .P--...
Orleans, November 18, and the new
Democratic administration were formally
Installed for a four-year term Yours for
today : .c. .'' Repeat Orders,
Cugene Mann, aged SO, a travelingman : : < -,';!- ,
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from Nashville, has been found II -
dead in ft Montgomery hotel. An I.-..-.. \
empty morphine bottle near him indicated .........
that be had died from an overdose I -
of the drug. I --
Former Governor Frank S. Black's
law partner, Abraham Gruber, today
announced that Governor Well and
the m mbcs of the legislature had de. TEAPOT GROCERY.
fUM to elect: Mr. Black as United
State senator from New York.
Th* first serious accident in the sis- --
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day bicycle race which began at Madison I -
Square Garden New York, occurred I -
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arly today when Patrick Fee; .. '.
the Lowell. Mass boy, was eo bad') -
burt that te was forced to leave thitrack. '
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