The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00304
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00304
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paper "Of the People, lor the People and bv the People.



Miss Camp to Wtd.
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ll Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson Camp

n1 have issued invitations to the mar- T. T. MUXROE, M 10NROE&[ CHAMBLISS[ !

Y ta riage of their daughter, Lucy, to Mr. JBA.

OUR George Ferguson Armstrong on Wednesday Z. a CHAMBLISSS, KERS.

morning, the fourth day of .* AFLORIDA..

Ic1Ita January, one thousand nine hundred ALBERT E. GERIG
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I and five at ten-thirty o'clock at the _

I 9 I 1 EQIQ First Baptist church in this city. lV11 E. T. GAR ?,

9v AND This wedding will be one of the

9I I C lEND RS. 3 most Ocala prominent this winter.social There events will be in I A Good Crew of Workers \ ROYAL E. COLE, _

J 4A quite a number of attendants and in "
I every detail the wedding will be ,
: We Christmas Greetings., .
I most beautiful. Miss Camp is the

I eldest daughter of Col.. and Mrs. LILLIE B. SMITH.

c'' Q PGSiOFFlCE DRUG STONE.E I Camp and is very charming and accomplished :;_ ----- -_

young woman. She has -

3 made many friends during her short Butler-Fisher. I Card Club Meets.

residence in Ocala since her return A marriage. which was solemnized On :Monday evening the Young HOLID IY SHOPPING

WBBBItB asaa88J from Europe early in the fall. at Waldo Wednesday afternoon att 'I I Married People's Card club met with MADE EASY.

Mr. Armstrong is a prominent o'clock was of much interest to Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Watson at

.. young business man of Savannah, many of the young people of Ocala !their home on South Third street. I -
Write For Oar 100-Page CatalogueNo.
! SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS; Local Editor. and is very popular in social as well I who have met the bride while on her Only the members of the club and I

I as business circles. visits to the Misses Moore in this city. I Mrs. M. C. Looney and Miss Florrie i
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Miss Sallie Camp, sister of the Miss Bessie Butler was married t] Crook were present, and an exceedingly i

I i ;( LOCAL HAPPENINGS X bride, will act as maid-of honor, and to Mr. Leslie Fisher at the home of I I pleasant evening was spent'i'

.. Mr. Armstrong's. partner, Mr. her parents. Miss I Grace Moore was !II I playing progressive whist,after which \

-- Strachan, [of Savannah, will be the maid of honor, while Miss Clara' supper was served. |!

.: MU May Turnley went to Palmetto Mr. E. L. Stafford, who owns a best man. The other attendants will Moore played the wedding march (! The ladies' prize, a lovely little : ca:

ia 1- Tuesday to spend the ChristI lively winter home and orange grovea be Miss Pallie Dekle, of Marianna, for the happy occasion. '! pale blue silk work bag, was won by i j

mss holidays with relatives.Dr. ;! Weirsdale and Mr. E. S. Upham, Miss May Camp, of Franklin, Va., Miss Butler is one' of our sister Mrs. C.' V. Miller, and the booby\ VT

of South Lake Weir, were in Ocala Misses Annie and Jessie Nurney,
J. C. Boozer has returned from Tuesday. Saffolk, Va., an 1 Messrs. George and young ladies, while the groom is a. tlemen's first prize, a silver paper !

.:. Atlanta, where he went to have his The enterprising proprietors of the Frank Camp, of White Springs, Rob young business man held in the high- :, weight, was awarded Mr. A. 11..1

_ x t+|'H treated. 0. K. Grocery will give to some ert and Ryland Camp and Joseph est esteem by all who know him. I I Marsh, and the booby was \ r

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: TtuwVay from a month visit to his for a Christmas present. See them' The business of the Florida Plumb- I i Bilious Colic Prevented. I

about it. After a wedding trip to Cuba, Mr. & Electric Co. to I
. tatlr at Palm View, Fla. ing having grown Take a double dose of Chamber
-- and Mrs. Armstrong will be at home' such an extent as to make larger and
M Miss Mary Drake, of Auburn, lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea !
_ Mw Kafttila Fuller came home at the DeSoto hotel, Savannah. more commodious quarters necssary: ,
.- Alabama, who is so pleasantly remembered I Remedy when the first indication of
will after Jan. 1st, the
t- Wtdiii.1ry afternoon from Agnes Those invited to the wedding are they occupy
t as visitor to Ocala sev- largest of.the new stores in the Ocala the disease appears and a threatened
8 'H Tn.tH**S te spefxl them Christ- requested to present cards at the
eral years ago, is the .gue:t of her House block. They will [materially attack may be warded-off. Hundredsof

_ *. h+>Ildays.Tht' cousin, Mrs. R. G. Blake, for the I i door. increase their stock of plumbing and people use the remedy in this way 1044 Sterling Silver"otinted

.. 'f A Little Boy tturt electrical supplies and be prepared to with perfect sucess. For sale by all I Cologne 1.7- ,
.. .ffic.," .k. of Friendship winter. _
.. klg of MMMHM will be puLlicallyin ( Mr. Sam Hoffman, representing a Little D. C. Hull, Jr., of Atlanta, to do all the work latest in these and lines best according improved druggists. _ m I Engraved and sent prepaid to any

." ....U..d at Si. Jefcn' church, on : large Charleston dry goods house, is who is on a visit iO his aunt Mr*>. methods. 'I Rural Building! Boom. I address upon receipt of priee.

: l)..f mlwf iltii at 11 o'clock. in the city on business. Sam is a Francis: Ilowse on Ocklawaha ave Associated with this company will : J. B. Rush is building a new chicken I -

.. -- -- ---.- hustler and is well thought of by the nue, was quite badly hurt Sunday af r be a gentleman, well known in Ocala, house. L. D. Roach is building a OPH LEAF E

... 31... (fcWRe Toohey, of Silver trade everywhere he goes. ternoon. I representing one of the best known hew hog shed. Pete Ashenbruner

.dit .j) t Hm.c'l| aeeeiwpanled) by her little The little fellow was attempting to makes of both automobiles and gasoline shelled corn Wednesday.-. Edwards CROSBY CO
'Tho last issue of Bryan's Commoner engines, who will prepared to ,.
: Mf'it1&' In tile city on a shopping mount the little Shetland be- (Neb.) Sun. Jewelers & Silversmith
delivers a broadside on lIon.Thos. E. take care of every thing in those lines.
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1 4 teat TuNwlay.4M __ longing to his cousinBernard; Koonce. These people employ only skilled 41 W, Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
that M
.,... Watson. Like everything Bryan Approaching rriag8.
J. and her sister, Instead of putting his foot in the stir- mechanics and any work entrusted --- --
n. Knight
digs writes it is a dignified utteronce, but On December 28 one of Ocala's ...,.
to them will be well taken of.
JU! Adah Bennett, of Crystal River, rup he slipped completely over the I well known
; it pounds the Georgia statesman and real estate owner will

=: wert doing their Christmas shopping makes him look like 30 cents. pony and fell to'the ground, twistinghis Mr and Mrs. Camp to Cn'ertain.Mr. I.be united in marriage to one of In- THE PROVED: J

..... f 1- In Ocala Tuesday. At the regular meeting of the arm under him. His arm was and Mrs. Clarence Camp will diana's fair daughters. The an-
... --- ,quite badly broken just at the elbow, dance at their beautiful nouncement cards will ST
in from the give a big : soon be issued
)lr. Uolrt T. Adams came Masons Thursday night following
... J and the little fellow suffered great .
' Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon officers were elected: J. E. Chace, home on Camp Heights on the even- I A Costly Mistake. I II
..: his mother, Mrs Graham S. W. N. I. pain.A ing of January fourth iii honor o I
.ar : and lr l the guest of W. M.; W. D. ; the Blunders are sometimes ex
set very
physician was
Miss Pallie Dekle Marianna., Mis
I). U. Edward at the Ocala House. Gottlieb, J. W.; Jake Brown, secre- ,
pensive. Occasionally life itself is From Cobridj t. the Atlantic
broken 'arm ani he is
:: now getting of Franklin, ,
-- Camp, Virginia
-- ; and F. L. Watson, treasurer. Coast. From Maryland to thr.utl
.. Mr. W. I*. Ed wards among, his other. tary -------- along splendidly. and Miss Sallie Camp, of this the price of a mistake, but you'll of Mexico the .
... andhohWay Hibbert Weathers and Miss Janet -- --- never be wrong if you take Dr.
reparation far the Christmas city. The people of both the
Caused Death.
: Weathers will entertain their young C ughing Soell King's New Life Pills for
.. his stalls at i dyspepsia,
U having
trade and have
older sets
.... which friends very delightfully at a New "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, younger society I dizziness headache, liver, or bowel I (OUNGEcMATIjIS
...+ the city market painted choked to death early yesterday I been asked and quite a number of the trouble.
Year's party on Saturday evening, i They are gentle yet thor-
.II- add greatly to IU appearance. morning at his home, in the presenceof married people as well, and this affairis ough. 25c. at Tydings & Co's drug
i December: the thirty-first, at the
and child. He contracteda
his wife
; forward to with much store.
_?... Mr*. P. 1'. Uavengood .left yesterday home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. slight cold a few days ago and paid being looked m Eden and Blue GemAnd

for St. Augustine to spend the A. Weathers. but little attention to it. Yesterday pleasure. Mrs. Thomas G. Bright and her The

::: Mrs. C. C. morning he was seized with a fit of sister, Mrs. Murry and her little
_ holiday. with her sister, Miss Louise Scott arrived home No Case of Pneumonia on Record Young & Mahls! Cantaloupes,

"" -, HU1. Her son, Hanscll, will accompany Tuesday afternoon. from the Agnes coughing which lasted for some time. We do not know of a single instance daughter, of Toronto,Canadaarrivedin Eden Gem, Pollock and
: : His wife sent for a physician but be ,
t where a cough or cold rasulted in Ocala Saturday. They will occupy -
...:, -. her. Scott Institute for the Christmas fore he could arrive another cough- Genuine Rocky Ford.
when Fo-
pneumonia or consumption the little cottage on South
, a What would make a handsomer or holidays. Accompanying her was ing spell came on and Duckwell died
and Tar had been taken.It .
ley's Honey Third street next to .
present for a from suffocation.-St. Louis Globe- Mr. Carlisle's for FROM STANDARD MELONS
useful Christmas mother Mrs. E.J. Cardy
.. more Mr. Scott's cures coughs and colds perfectly,
:... t- friend than one of those pretty toilet will the Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." Ballard's the winter. Mr. Bright will arrive have proven the test frown tn their emtffproductiveness
of Atlanta, who spend so do not take chances with some unknown -
j set at Tydmgs Horehound would have saved I their Mpriiar iMfpdlfquahtie
.. manicure ; syrup afler Christmas. Mr. and Mrs.
a ,
w ", or
t x winter in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. preparation which may con- ,aud uqllA&tddidlllllllltM A.4
# him. 25c. 50c. and $1.00. AntiMonopoly -
A Company' Bright are regular winter visitors to
tain opiates, which cause constipation beauty.
' j Scott. drug store. m ..
gave very enjet a condition that retards recovery Ocala and their friends are alfaysdelighted They art; STANDARDS n.w s bring
-.t The young Misses Mabel and Edith Taylor, of from a cold. Ask for Foley's1I0ney the highest price in al) the btt turket\,
able dance at the armory Friday Attempted Burglary. to have them come. Carefully saved seed from PM..I jhap.
3 Cincinnati, Ohio, arrived in Ocala and Tar and refuse any sub- ed and perfectly ripened m.V.* fei >&!*, y
number of couple Burglars attempted to break into
: irighU Quite a Tuesday and will be the guests of stitute offered. Postoffice drug,store.m The next visit of Dr. E. T. Allen, Pull proof and pattkvlart and fkt tfti
wereprwwit and the cold weather Mr. :JT. W. Smith's home Monday the eye and ear specialist will ba furnished on Tenon or writ*** .paAl -
and Miss Hat-
:::5 made tfee danelng extremely delight- Miss Esther for some Weathers time. Miss Taylorhas night. Mr. Smith filled the midnightair Herbert Turner &publishers, Thursday, Dec. 29, at the Montezuma tion H.to C.F. H YOUNG MATHIS A,CO.BIae..COr JDII *'**>-

-If Iul.S tie Dye with buckshot, but the intruder corner of Summer street and Atlan- Hotel. Glasses correctly fitted *.* ington St ,New York City 11-.....
-4IJ been visitor to Ocala on several
anJ-Mr J.: 0.:Lege, who are escaped apparently unhurt. This is tic avenue, Boston beg to announce
: Mr. occasions but this is the first visit of
several weeks at Weirs- the fourth or fifth time in the past that they are about to publish a little
now spending her sister. They will both receive a
"'# dale on South Lake Weir, came up welcome from the friends of two :years that persons have tried to story entitled "Griselda," by Miss .NTEX BOB C

They warm break into Mr. Smith's residence, Marion Elizabeth Grey, a young ladyof
i:: Friday to do some train. their popular hostesses.Mr. and he says he believes the use of the remarkable talent, who resides in.
returned on the afternoon J THE OCALfl NEWS COMP NY.
::I Robert Fosnot and sister, Miss shot gun cure is the only way in Arlington. Miss Grey's book treatsof I
Mr*. Eugene Dozier arrived Della, of Eastlake, were in the cityon which he can make the marauders the childhood of an odd little girl,

Ocala Wednesday from her home at a Christmas shopping expedition think that he don't mean to be her moods, whims, and misunderstandings -

Jupiter and will spend several weeks Tuesday. They paid the Ocala Ban- robbed. I' with her aunt. The storyis HOLIDAY GOODS FIREWORKS,

here with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ner office a pleasant call. Miss F snot Of Interest to Mothers. very human and pretty and will
and Retail
Of All Kinds. _
Dozier and her mother, Mrs. Mayo.: was up to a few months ago an take the reader back to childhood
-- Thousands of little ones die every
Mr. B. K.- Thrower- -, of Gainesville, I attachee of the Republican, a splen- year of croup. Most of them could days, days of misunderstandings as i

In Ocala Wednesday. Mr.Thrower did weekly paper published at Keo- have been saved by a few doses of well as joys. The biggest line of Dolls and Toys in town also all kind of

wa warmly congratulated sauqua, Iowa.Herodotus Foley's Honey and Tar, and every I Be Quick. Staple and Fancy CHINA, including Japanese Rozane _lid
It being family with children should keep it ,
on hi* approaching marriage. the Father of Lies, was in the house.! It contains no opiates I Not a minute should be lost when a others.

Mr. Thrower and Miss Tilton will be travelling in the Nubian Desert when and is safe and sure. Mrs. GeorgeH. child shows_ symptoms of cronp. The most complete line of STAPLE CROCKERY InS

January third in Gainesville. he stumbled over the remains of a I Pickett, San Francisco, Cal., Chamberlain's Cough Remedy givenas ,
married soon as the child becomes hoarse,
petrified man. writes: "My baby had a dangerous
:: the historian exclaimed, attack of croup and we thought she or even after the croupy cough 'ap-
r CURE FORWKSWHEREALULSE "Alas, would choke to death, but one dose pears, will prevent the attackIt IJ
"that poor devil certainly had a hard of Foley's Honey and Tar relievedher never fails and is pleasant and safe : THE OGALA NEWS CO.

FAILS finish." at once after other remedies had I to take. For sale by all druggists. m i iI a

Best Coart 5jm P. Tate Good. And softly chuckling to himself he failed. We are never a minute with- : V .
UM U tin*. S-U by druggists.CONSUMPTION 'I FOLtm1IONEY'r4AR North Main St Ocala, Fl&rlda.
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Angus, fe 0Ihahnar. e t'Mr I.' f aI (oala f'IorlL
XIAI6 set'.ta.rrest' -i LAURELVKE ATII
.. sad ftcwt, V. fc, ..s lS aMtclk ct&ty. ...
hIi Ei. 41-1"t.... Finest Imported and I Has not been ptec 4 opac a largr
ft 1'u PI
"HI. ;4. '
Domestic Cloths:. _
1ri da 1a.t &2 .,
1 i AJ Id fey K E. 3f a in. 7. C. Fes; aM x. J.y may. DIiJEII&@r
Catting a SpecialtyFits
a.f au Il t uhI -.si t
J dJ* 0, W .IlMJIIItJ.udMi. + hf.9f !!! et frees GuaranteedLllIBER
., ls+e. YAL.o PIANOS
.,"*, g I'd Mommy.Pn. .
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(1)a $E Me 1 dd1 &i the
vUhtit'A .. A. L PriY: wr: .' d from --3 We sell most o-f ibex wIIieIa ba.lrrr'd

p.atgeman, az 131 fWA OsaU. been so czovsed. Ab .
5idwi* left 3lkday I i | si of tibe-
fur Pn4i,11. Mr rhy. M 1: Mrs >!. C. Crag and eons, Eotert, which
Mere h W ac- are adapted to ofr siys riJ-
town, F'a. .ifm. ziid Mrs. J. C. Matt ewb rnsde a trip r raatic conditKHis.

KkeswJrya fed fcy F, g, JItA io Micaaepf Menday. We
cf OcaU, va d L, fa'.l.rrfs:4 GiS (tf.rm.M Don't forget thai ererjtodj' is eerJavJied ROUGH and tte lowest
; satsrday and re- DBE.SSEDDry factory pne.
j'icrrnmt rnMt t i a.. diafiy to ittecd Ift3Chingn
wfch }1r. avid L""L
diy, January tLtwCnWd ; : nex: Tray, Dec. 25.. Siding, FSwmng aDd CetEng.: EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTSWe

: b:.: S .
have the sliofj, r in The good ri&cds of thus paper are B. H. Seymour have hand
Agriecliore Ja4 W I.rm fci on a number of bargains in slWy
z bad the or lr t. city cot waiting for the ediior to hug np Piano: for instance: a Chickering originally e&5flT
11tI.d. and if h: can attend, tb OeaIaFla.

Ctrieiis&i&nts at his Chriitr tockfng bct are already Now only ..... .... .......... .. :&'.
Ing.eeri m win be devoted 11 Write
as they have tMs skewering npoa Ha their aei3brasees. us
drt* bjr tbl dleUngui bed
the BelUrviesr Trading He was is receipt jeaerdaj f
the Marion Mercantile of a box of krrely tangerines LUDDEN CAMPBELL SMITH
fEe!fo:;, 9 r O'CLOCK CO.
ew kofW15 and from 31:. T, E. PrUchett, of Candler,
Appointment: of crimmitteee.Ilalf
tricks" are exhibited, wtiebwere grown in that favored
-bonr bwmtM wr. ixn.AdJitM PIANOS.vVJtxisKey
has a large window locality; also a box of tangerinesfrom .
: to attract email feni- Mr J. S. 5C1r.rm, which were FLoRIlJA
B,nter, C. A. Canon, of K I -:!I- .
x I + at the latter,one window* rown ca his three year old grove at -

Ffc.Addro by. a life size figure of St. Pf" r=bm6. Both boxes are excellent 1fi s OLD
The Future of NICK
with a well fled pack in quality color and flavor -20 HOUSE
Eotine M Been by a 136
& tree resplendent in I and are very greatlyappEt.iatOO. YEARS WILLIAMSWHISKEY -
Conroy, of Jacksonville I I j
; the other window is Old.
r Addresa, Market: PO$ -= OLD
with useful arti! .
P. {Joodyear, of Brunswick, _
!, handkerchiefs, etc ,:t
Address, Grasses and friends of Claude Four Quarts Free. Read Our Offer.

Cattle. Prof. C. ].1. Conner, ,
of this but hr -
city of Florida. hero, established ItaSeSSilo ph S'fe the"T'OIQtionuy
will to learn : this l, ,
regret yean before dealers %:lOre W1100
advertising then.
Addrt-w, Southern Grasses e1Tes s! kold hen '
of his home by fire going into the whiskey btlSin Ours is the origiaaj ; d zt o[
tie. I. C. Wade, of Cornelia I buSICessterwhiclimany man 0 -blsh
Address, (1) Why Should of bis eldest child a very Y':'_ l.3 .i.1 3 bi''r C Y ty te'. cwi e= A i our!oeees: ;. They cannot eompete with ns pattern iuqta1ity in an to attempt odnptic tc y

boy of three years. None f.4 1 1' tr' Q3e t5L.ca of torn c :oc bcfxr i; '\ 4 \ distillers!and,in attempting to meet OIU' rie the the! &l'! act
Stockman South tem r
tern Come ly llJanOO3 and dsngel'OQ.3' put 00 msrtet -
of the house et concocuons-u
How Stockmen are : were deadly wood cleohot0Ir any; which 03Dtai.n the
:: > crnax:4:::: aer.. 1eLne
p Fain. B. M. Storrs ; ; LIVER pj bees tart i'ar u.I a:x3asttr-esa hartyezd 1 b tie l .act Fer 1:4---: b' xet t en.

Spring, Fla.Adjournment. Could Rot Help Her :, a i, ANDTONIC PELLETS a1JpoaR ct:Q .ct ratfC'W r: ,..ot11.srst et xswt batezbarrtssto n ?th=ct cWt c.-. -. +'xk lti.edi'df ear.i "l": !

to 2 p. M. : trouble for years." =f r, tte ctrl f eCies r sit Nye eti b cot ges at Y r.s:l s aa b.s5at te; : ttZ7. uQ --t utt) Jr.uw--'a.a.JIQsaua tx
seta cat 'OI&aa
APTEBSOOX 8ES8IOS, 2 Raymond Connor, of t !,i !p27. Po.erfa3 p 1TatiRs ripe, Pen id czba caJted i' S E.k PRESS..A10TOSfAT1Q.aeR'fs.m.L.Crwtt7 fora c.w rroa' as23 Oat'er.....:= __!........ -*..

F Address, Baby Beef. I. ., hand the doctors .. it: C. taYete. Rr.r oe'e Px ed a &et gel 22p a:d leave the COL"-, 1 anazs !!' b. n-frqa-.

of Jacksonville.Addreos me I tried Foley' {t+ em of Par eatbt a9 derma I IC I UX 01. 3paMJVKitjayie.tr..s..... ... .;9 sTJt.
and the very first dose \ Your d.-r giA riII fey i a free a.z it ar e r 11 } ; "S 1 Tycztt tm Stri! .h..h..._...: t..IJ C1 :us
Farming and Uf aq--ajtsV SvrCi5! ......_., -.cs
and I am now cured. :.2 h:1 ... 1.US
Pure Bred Cattle. D. too much for Foley'a 3p1ocs-s'riTQ v S a1es dS'U..-.--.... ......... i i ttun

de Leon, Fla.Addreu tt nJkrJmJtVaftaQ SSSA bSI r ....zsotnaoK .
It makes the diseased New York I REE w exL cnrr t basl.tis 'aQUS
sit .., esdea,
the am.
so they will eliminate 32 Ci. dri:1ese ....\th fee B.... t'xIa......: a ci fa
and Qreentvilh:. b __
the Breeden' Gazette, of Bncr M w; Eate .
from the blood. Unless I \ t r.skaDcuCY aes aatGiz.
Address, Dairying. R. E. Tenn. fr "s t .JaanS .... 't t' 1 --1CaIIs.
good health is impossi \ FR a a3yp let as sect ana
b tat
Macon, Oa.General ts .a UJIresI.II"JQwQse.tto a lea a w,....
disruaalon for drug store. m ajtir at oat =ir a::. a.lIqb__.,
I' s.1
r&0" -4 WBic* *:iJ r toAJ _R*,nr.,*.i, IT.3t3, te.ewA.aa.
will little
one give a x.1. .
d x.r..
t .
: 1 %ergs tteso' fa.w.
; Reportsof committees. down this way. We a s taw ea ._ '*-

Election'of officers. to see the dollars get THE OLD NICK WlLUA.'lS CO, Lock Do
Final adjournment." i presto, change pockets. I! For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store. 6S W11I1anu. N.c.

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

VOL. XXXIX, NO 27, .
x YE.\R

-. More Wedding Bells i = .
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Mr. and Jlrs. William Sutherland

Tilton, of Kansas City, Missouri, I 1
;, I
t1 Nearly Here !
have issued invitations to the mar-

I riage of their daughter, Miss

I :Mildred Dransfield Tilton to Mr. Benjamin .
I II I I. Christmas Wiil Soon be Here. a
Key Thrower Tuesday evening .
I. --
January 3rd, at 8 o'clock at

I Kavanaugh vllle, Fla. \lethodistchurch, Gaines YOU WILL NEED Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Fruits, Can-

The groom has many friends in dies. Fancy Canned Goods Put Up Eespc-

I this city and all over the state, beingone

Baking of the most popular travelingmen cially for OLD SANTA,

in the state. This wedding will
Fireworks )Etc. -
be the most important social event

AbsoluteJy Pare flowder in Gainesville this winter. The ---.-,,-- --

ceremony will be performed by the

,. groom's father, Rev. B. K. Thrower, O. K. GR06ERY.

of the Florida Methodist Conferenceand .

"' The increased use of Royal Baking Powder risen there will be a number of attendants NEXT TO BENDS SEE OUR OECQR1TIONS.
Mr. Charles II. Lloyd, of !

food will somewhat alleviate the inconvenience which Holder, will be one of the ushers.Mr. ---- -.- -- ,
: ---- .
= 1
Thrower's friends are over-

: housekeepers suffer from the prevailing high prices of whelming him with congratulationsand .1

- : articles of food. best wishes.
: many -

: ; In yeast made bread, a large percentage of flour is Rev. and, Mrs.Brokaw L.Geiger.D. Geiger have rm.m 3

i destroyed to produce the gas which leavens it. In issued invitations to the marriage of To grow strong Unless we get

their daughter, Ruby, to Wilford

t' home-made Royal Baking Powder bread all this is Harry Brokaw. The ceremony wall gool it alone meat Thtrrfs we may no aa eirtogtb well let '

x saved. A large part of a loaf of bread is water. When take place at the Baptist church in &PI in tou ;b tl1t' I-llJltt'ad of gl?.
Apopka at noon on Wednesday, .December -
,y iug it takes strength to .t tgttl!
t you buy bread you pay for water at the price of flour. 2Sth. gH gI I ,ffYL It. It pays to tie careful In
Mr. Geiger and family fornlerlylived'in f
In cake sometimes of the buying nIt'ltt-ht' sure to get
a quarter weight water. this city and Miss Geiger is a
i ;. ., the best-lender and ehoi"e.
charming young woman. Mr. Brokawis \ A r 1 'f 1 '
Royal Baking Powder will save a third of the eggs in a Pay a little more if need beandputsnutdhiuglnyourtouuch ''t t
from DeLand but is now in business P.J

cake, and make the cake equally fine and more health- in Dallas, Texas, .where the ; _
( which will put flesh I
young couple will reside. (f ah t. your .
t: ful. Besides-there is a satisfaction in serving cake oft ,f,4 / bones and strong blood in your a, :

Born. veins. I I

your own making.Use To Mrs. J. T. Love at the home of EDWARDSBROS.q q

her father, Mr. J. M. T. Christian, r

more cake, hot biscuit, bread, rolls and pastry, Saturday morning boy. Eli Stalls' 3 and .i ('My Market, Ocala, Fla. :

and make them at home. You will be surprised in the Mr. Love is foreman of the Hot i gajua! jggsggggpggaggggggggg gi iiggggggggciiacmigsaggg g J : f f.J I

Blast at Anneston, Ala, and this ; :

and at the of foods. happy event will be .. .
saving superiority your very pleasantnews -- ------ --- ,
to him and will make his ;
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Christmas indeed a merry one.
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Dancing Party. --- "
I' "Ring the belli ol mercy, I Mrs. L. T. Dillard Wildwood, Mr. John D. Buckalew James- 'I
Ring them loud and clear. :Miss Louise Harris will entertainher
was in Ocala Saturday; She is on a burg N. J., is now on a visit to
Let their music licger
young friends at a dance on
k #I" Softly un the ear; visit to her'father, Mr. McAteer, near I i jl I White Springs and will arrive in Cuisine First Glass Rates Reoso oble.Refurgisled .
December the 27th
Filling touts with pity Tuesday evening
town.: Ocala in a few days to spend the
For the dumb and weak; at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Telling all the voiceless Pure, fresh drugs are the only kinds I winter here.
Mrs. Frank Harris. The special rouqlout Special Rates Month
} }
We for them will speak used in prescriptions filled by Tydings I
& Company. Tell your yhysician to Mrs. W. M. Coin came up from guest will be Miss Effie Lester, of I

USA ELIZABETH HAHUS Local Editor leave your prescriptions there to be Homosassa Saturday and is the guestof Monticello.Rev. J :
fillad. or- -
x her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs L. B. Warren played the role
; \lllS. TIIOS. J.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mr. C. Y., Miller, who is making W. C. Jeffords until after the holi- of a hero Friday Mr. J. T. Lan- 13AnNES PIOP
-romnms as .
such a success in the fish and oyster I days.. caster's horses were running at full *

Mr. M. J. Roesa spent Monday in business at Crystal River, spent Friday -I speed on one of our busiest thoroughfares 1 jp
The window of the Ocala Music
R Jacksonville on a business visit. in Ocala. when Mr. Warren dashed into

Company is a marvel of beauty and the middle of the street in front of
Mr. Chas. '1'. Gibson, of Graham- Mr. Laurence Scott is at home from I
is attracting a great deal of atten- the frightened animals, caught them
ville, was visiting in Ocala Friday. his medical studies at the University
I tion. Everybody who sees it raves by the reins and stopped them. .
-- of Maryland for the Christmas holi-
Among the Cbristmrs shoppers in days. over it.The Many witnessed the brave performance. -

Ocala on Monday were Mr. and Mrs. editor of this paper is under .
Miss Caro Liddon home Mon-
Mattel. came obligations to Mr. Henry W. Long
Will Veal, of Mr. Townley Porter, formerly with
afternoon from Gainesville
day ,
for some excellent ribs. .
very '
the H. Masters Store, but who for
Edwards of Crystal
Mr. Hal where she attends school. We are
He will please accept thanksfor
River, was doing business in Ocala. sorry to learn that she is quite sick.J. same. some time past has been working in
Jacksonville, has returned to Ocala. ,
4 on Friday. ( xt
W. Williams and family are mov- The friends of Mr. Herbert L. An- Mr. Porter has accepted the position

The Ocala High School closed Fri ing to Ocala,where they will open pp derson will rejoice to know that he with the Tea Pot Grocery now held 1 1ty

day for two weeks for the Christmas a new boarding house.Fort McCoy is improving nicely, and unless he by Mr. Charles Baker. Mr. Baker -

holiday items in Times-Union. has a relapse ,will soon be on the will leave Ocala about the first of

The earth was covered with a hoarfrost streets again. He is in good spirits January and we are informed that he
Ford returned home
Mr. II. A.
Monday morning, the first big Sunday afternoon from New York I I and still,"nervy.:" will go into business in Atlanta.

frost of the season. city,where he has been on a business Miss Francis Anderson arrived Mrs. Appers6n and Miss Mary Ap-

MI 8 M. Byrd- Wartman.- -has gone to visit for the. past two weeks. home Sunday morning from Pough- person, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., arrivedin ( y :V.

New York City, where' she will spend I The, little sons--of Mr. B. W. Blount keepsie, N. Y., where she attends Ocala Friday and are at Mrs. C. J. 1

Vassar college, to spend the holidays Phillips' on South Third street. En
several weeks. I have just received a lovely little pony
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- I route they stopped over a day in At-
I 'a
It is team .
The prettlea line of box paper and I and cart. very pretty I I
Anderson.Mr. lanta and in Jacksonville. They will
perfumeries in the city may be foundat and they are delighted with it. I
spend several weeks in Ocala after
Tydings & Company's. x
---- -- -- Mr. R. J. Knight", of Crystal River, and Mr. W. E. Sinclair and little which they will go to Lakeland for

!Ir. Vernon Clyatt is up from one of the largest turpentine opera (I daughter, of Mobile, Alabama, awhile. Their many warm friends

Bartow junction for a few days'sit tors in this section, was among our formerly of this city, reached Ocala here are giving them a very cordial

to hU many friends here. visitors on Monday, I I i I I Sunday afternoon to spend Christmas welcome.Mr. We Are Agents For -

6p p Conductor. Carter is now on the Miss Sallie---Camp-, -who.-- attends I J JI =I with Mr. Sinclair's parents, Mr. and "Hat" Barnett, a prosperoustiller "Golden New Model" 3RollerVertical
Mrs. William Sinclair.
of the soil of Cotton Plant
r Line run between sec-
Atlantic Coast I Brenau college at Gainesville, Geor i ir I
Petersburg. tion, was in the city Friday. In
Jacksonville and St. r gia arrived home Saturday afternoon j i I The regular monthly social given
., Cane Mills
/ days by Mr. Barnett was one of
I II gone
Mrs. Sam Davis and child- : t) spend the holiday season with her ![ by the ladies of the Presbyterian ,
Mr. and ... Ocala's peace officers, but life in that
ren, of Juliette afore doing Christ- I parents, Col. and Mrs. W. X. Camp. i! church was held Monday afternoon. the The latest and most up-to-date cane mills put on the market. We ;
line proved too slow-hpnce
S! Sirs. G. W. Wells at her home on have them in stock. If not convenient to call add examine, write 01,
; mal shopping In Ocala Monday.Dr. I Mrs. Bishop and children, of this j
j change-and he is now one of the
J I South Second street was the hostess and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description;
J. M. Eagleton, we are sorry to city, went down to Crystal River most successful farmers in Marion ------.
4 I of the social and it was quite a pleasant -
learn, has been confined to his room Monday to spend Christmas with J l affair. county. Our oilier pecialtits are American and Elluood Hog

few with sickness.Mr. Mrs. Bishop's parents, Col.} and Mrs. -- and (!:;tUe Proof Field Fence; Salt," Door, :land
for the past
I Dr. and Mrs. James M. Jackson,
Barco. hunt *; Turpentine, Misl and Mining .Snpplle;
.. Nic t I II" I
I The show windows of the
dry goods Jr., children and of Miami,
E. C. Slmms, of Anthony, Mr. nurse an well a< a full stock of General Hardware
Mrs. L. &Benny and 'rs. S. J.j[department of the H. B. Masters
\V. D. Bobbltt, of Reddick, Mr. N. L. I" were among yesterday's arrivals at an.l Stoves. A nice line of Enameled, Cop _
J. J. Kees, two popular young! matrons of j j: store are among the most attractively the Windsor. They were on their per and Xicklc-platcd Cooking L'leniII.
and Mr.
Fort of Ochlawaha
I N. J., passed through the city yes- j|: decorated in the city. A pretty arrangement way,home from a visit to relatives in
H of Anthony, were ,among I
I t'rday, en route to Ocala. They I'I ]!I of quantities of beautiful Ocala and Bronson.-Times-Union.
the visitors to Ocala Saturday. '. M0RION HARDWARE
with handsome displayed
'I holly the goods -
DNEYt Mi Victoria in most artistic and attracts FOLEr iO.:1 I Successors to Hubbard &]ilacduff. -
+ .
<: r'aes atdans and Bladder R.t I Union. J the eyes of all passers by. stoe


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its k914s paewwi 'W Ie'r O r,&.--4j" lei. Yl ,: T
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Mat n&naA vtsaMm va ..p- I ID !!- __ j jKY.; PacaFk -

if Moot J** i* to fattrifeg warelam ,i1.. fJI --v -. kne e
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the fs arSor. Tuey tare JDW U*$ is
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tie lire jtsn, &w1l1Jlhl tie j* 'G tf ___ .i y---JE airy watt: 'WItDiS -

J't of tfc* U&n0r we )et &&,&;atit Wi a t4s .. Iiliil.M! .. ,

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u.-, nest two 1"-1 ag9. ., n.t irr pbee' raseb
Jlkbr, jid "' .MtfI.----
La111fa tMrwn
OI.j.aai -Of..Meats
1 at 6 gar
+ ** tUTM 1'AIt'y ftri'r die 3dIII
70;*. wad jet Irtagit em its .Ga; aBd .w o ,
Irwta Jfce&A'isvBfe its Ocala >f1I.f b4it

tfctati vii I rfF-hik -- ej p.ndil.a.: .!_
Iw a few nil :y
4.'C ... die
di oiucd, ..f bier n.
ki il tiny hi Octla; tta Irttgat ifrtns ,tt ...p.c .eTimirtk2 i ins deter
.. die fiiniiru of lie 'I"WY"- and s m-t w ts1 -
Iu..c k.la, to cure
w d Jfcckvssrtt W 1 that we are now ready
sue 1a end: ......,.,s d s to aaaooBce
Lurk to Eht'!' Sprbgt, ytrirtr .s" a 't'itres d Paet-!" : and up-to-date plant, witii all the tefeet
I horn improved
stress. meaty I 1fIl .. eBDiie ar.t Tlll rWe bare a .
vJt&""- ."Jet sr.3 an-t 4 sG d'i 1cC i I ItiJI IT"ll"'AI of a tbon gfa aM ezprSne
Sv:! 5p$, II I s. =i. idtEII f :I THIlL and machinery; in charge;
'll.a.LLs Std' fcr fc** .
Jonjr Gi I Ii den's it tiro ...J __ 3 J-f f k'It .. J : 0. Gold Storage Department will be superintend by
tUa tLr vft let fc rsy k O- ib tyros ..
Eby. True cruces I -- tID her .f i.L..J..tIf.pIWf. dyt
Wt vvaH Bet to iasnr clot kind nriiif ftItir"
tell .
bison TTTH IIt tJIII .
lad pr KAISER
vt fcrgatLtcl ti* nJirrAd err. re no tine :Stofc SraB i .abe uhd atet: flR. ROBERT
"The God cf Jill a.t1III oe.firatit -
a.a girt fix irettisg n*is sty s faWfll e4 a fe&d b ner or tile b +ed-ii- .
JIft'-- y.t:3i.iye 'ti ss i. all t. thbx Wbe ..! krra
o.t m emu t. business in Cincinnati and Asa &
who fckd fct ..rieBoe in the
WJ1" ae@ a ii4lip atriIae. wi sum.a& am, : ip

the tt C" .1 WI.t..e Fri M- Ocaia. We can guarantee that it isNoGuessWork
sine -sane Tour Ana tile m- pt J--Der die la4 t ;

des j3} e to e5et tbeaaII agaaeto at & tlbe txatdiuQB if JOBb&ojrstf w d 14 ibeee rae3oriertfasei
to pig
tax! w, tL<7 tact!do Witkdni. fesff? a8d __
a.dchal is...t 61pJ wtelt ft* llll" yJfIMr.AD -
tad U 07 do Dot, ti3 Sets.'rd'iw s* of eye, JigIs (Jf itssagtatt.s ...,
.. SL Yes ran ..
.Jtt year pIb..a
O* eoaciwkm; bed, if the
pS: TtIW i in fiDe eitir by w.- JIIf. A.. 3 Asa s

J-J' ItuduluJA7 t: a u leg Great"f AiC3>*Bower*lit??*> .... 1L7r 'J r

, eta k4 wmt One cbe L i .
for a ttmx The c z c artCski ttO dJ aMI dtai iz f8'e.. d,.,. "
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they anf1 do any Yone.. aa OT & 4.K_. .I1.bee fc* 2 With US

favorite ..BohoM Kmuir tts tourthirty
; A Ihrz.t.a: is nu Ijnior.- HECTGi Of ST. LW E's
m ytiIIL A.IIrrII8t PiowertnBacatvr d d.te j7fIIB

QseieatiWathe of tin-r ntai y ad .'
eid.op Eftst I LixbirL'..1tI, CttafD, Tenth ss ts tae&g4g
J htnI .
u.4 t IM.e y.n a

,or "y&A Hanw-" trial HK, I InpIa.r Q"i tits cfOsr. thit.b Aact we assure JOB that TOO will be treated with fairness and eartefr.tee We
Tbe c vn fA the Very :&t-T. Lirs C:'ilttl ictrefy. -
+sHE, ut. 1ortitideat.uu.-I
Dr. Wit, beau cli Adania. y J>:'IIg b.Dlik- Ate, ., April 1*, ifIiIIL 1 ;;..-.. ;ati
----- --- I tfeistl:it ii oaly rat that 1 $hadd J
) tU titUnc of ate, 1riI uJeJla.or : .
'To P1 .e 1tttshTL key.Ar 1
tdl .you ". tat x vooderid efteetfe
the cawLr4 Jth 1 ca.. ,
&t ,
a_.Jaw ""- .. far .. :
11. 'f Oo.gb Bemt4
09 Wedadjr ctxt Tbe .:\. I>r. 1rida OCALA ICE PACKING CO.
ja 1bit! C17 -
a ;; ( .rlfll Te day btiare+ Easter I
TuWe, LJibQp .If )saber.1Cri; Ib
Oeslstwo oti "'. 1f'M &o 4ka.- d1 z eoid awl '
Wt44, of Jirkvrntme. tLe sip of Meffert &
Tfta L(1 II'.a iid yE'e'leYday Taylor
.grit coat Batt 1.. adt t&iDk to bye aWe
FOB Da L&e, Dr. Wefer, Jonaer: he
I bow reps 'tt .f tfee next day aw =
to "Mf
Ocala Florida
rector cf Grace cLcrt-ii Ocda: ; tParr :
tfe t, and try aw to sate+ vcdee wa atiaoct efaobad Dr the Pi10E J4. ,
,C.B.WBaw,reiwof St Lst**,
prtparaed iss far agreed ga.w. Of The Mae day I meemdotder .. \f e weald be glad to have the public call and inspect our plant when in our citv.
Atl4atsthe bitbo-p of Gyrrg a, Dr
(,9*r>e J&efeMBWffle k wd to pm btrb Iron yen for a bottle of scat

Gts111ad ut..bn Clergy 1ri uL put tkUB again*'Oeaia. U wfflOeala tiKth Cusgb Beaedy. at one* jaoecred 8-- -- 9

U tbe ctrtmcuiit* of ul bbt LthlA. bsibDwtd t eai wIIida 1I'iII JIbJ- a Mgtyie bocde aad took about tree .

Tae bUltop-tlfcct vic forzr erly rt r doM of the moe. To ray great ==::: .__ -'
badosis .
ems, bat tt wilt M a :_ -. Y' -- ";" -::' : "- = '* 0- -
f jKiwfi\1Be and sib of Ya'.Z'h, rte tile eoecb aid eoW Lad eomfc -
+t, ryas feats ten* wilt tea t fy di xxed aod I iras able
tod is vtfl bon is Florida. Among 8ff
b't:'OJl g',frAE to prcadh three t.Dei on E* er dsy.I .

: the Florid* C141 X7 vbo tare rt% 4vierltsiitr The gaaw 1riD fc* the brit r know teat this: rapid and efteetive STRAUSS & CO.
t a to te pint on ti* tort played b 1w.ca Oeal nerd Jaeko tore va due to TOOT eangb remedy. :

ca kare Bi.bop Gray Eer JIrEr 1 I a tfak t, i s11ridwJatr.Wic- o
riIk la feet, it i. said Itat Oeala
W. Uttl, rt' tor c-J Grwae tsh re4a, Station, bin tksmkfol to hat fords =
u. w m4rJilw JKrr game of ioocbafl G r- I
a Foot Taaedy.e r Wholesale and Retail
rr'rcbzztatlre of
Out&, &I a :
rise laM ioto B eeecliily Toon,
Milt dust deveiof f< ti
&JUtb Florida clergy. T? ; n1hul1an I aforandabte aetaoM for.e eta E. A. LAJC&FEXCT: M A., 0 I. ,'

Beer" of St. Liikt'g cbnrch e LIQUOR DEALERS.
grtating K
the totnK of tie 1IiaI.e."i'k' gene is To dais Mc$iciae Co.ml. ..
Urge of Dr..Ktl ght'ti old f rie&di tL .
put certain to attract a great deal of ia- reedy i, for kale by all drugm 0' OCALA
sod reiatkmi trill lease Jackwarili* UJ :
tsrebtzaid Hk t> be witnc'tticd' by a Q.

ia t KptcUl car for Atlanta oa T lame! erowd.TuM -UaioBUFi a. Tkrtg- Rceavaj.--- 3 Offer for and after the Christmas Holiday = ;

day alglt.hratlie. -- -
---- -- att.meom die Hade .Ihe(< L
Frig the best
fct WHI ee Bitter selected stock of ,
h...,', "UtJ ud Tar,
TtKR.e who trill pmMt IH dobi laM poeT Ii to tie ebildrw 9

Foley & Co., Chicago, wrginaUii their ears a aiarf tb* c-otiimal ret of Mr. 'R. S. Hard teeameIrigkt&xA : 0 Beers
Iioo and Tar a* a throat and Icng -- -
7 VTt!)
( m$ datios of Dr Kind's New at die train aad ran up , .
em djr, and on a?coast of the greatmerit 00 a
Dibeosery for eonnnaption, win have i.
Sob Third street at a BMC rapid .
and of Hcny -
popularity Folej'
cnlt: )
a long, aDd bitter figiat with tfe irtronlk
and Tar irniiatloQe offend the tiny can wa i
many are gait Diving Wines
*, if not ended earlier by fatal 05 .v/ ,
for the gftnniue. Alc for Foley'i termifiitoB Poad what T. H. EeaO of }1M Bodah Hall, and Mailer Earl CV A .! I
Honey and Tar and refuse 4ft r =
any Beall, Mi has to bay: Last faD say Ball was Uad3ag OB tae ground L -
substitute ofleoed ax no other prepartlon > l
wife had every symptom of crap The Kttte animal attempted
nearby. Liquors
vfil give the tame i.atb <.1.vJn. "g
tion, vise took Dr King's N every b3, c- I I ,
It b mild]j laxative. It contains no to ran apon tile Hdevalk, and upset ...
after everytM&g else bad faikd,
Ofdate and b safest for children and .1M ears, throwing Hit Bealaii oat.
improvement came at once and four I Z at the cheapest prices and guarantee
di late penons. PottofSce drug i bottles entirly enr dber. Gnarsjateed i She oral. not ban, bat immediatelygot (Icliii t"

ttore. _,--- ,- -,-'_ m by Tyding j& Co drag et re. Price up aDd startled on the chase fort E Pnre and Unadulterated Liquors at ALL

Cemlic lick to Florida. 5Gc, and fIJI Trial bog free m e posy, which w.quieklf caught. _jIiiu L v t+ Q times

Mr. John Farrell, of Framingham, ---- Tbe raaaway was mott ezeitiog.The .. AiTIMOR'HI'
Aa Eletioa Bet, ()
Ma ..( a former resident of Ocala, t- e Our Warehouse is the best equipped
oto +t
The editor of this eoli ian
paper -
hu received: from the East Coast Oevetopmeat cf Character. 5 4g

elective Let the other day, in the State of Florida and
Bafiroad Company a very flatteringand perhaps rater is fed largely through g Y ) our

liberal offer of land and other while any otter bet. made j 1M eye: and tar. The thousand .,

Inducement to return to Florida and daring the last (::u.pa1ralIe Lei voices in nab of bird and insect : Strauss Royal Reserve Rye

Italian experimental farm for the 1 that Patk r'ii popular majority would aDd trook, the faoaghing of the wind N #

cultivation fall behind Bryan's more than a the trees the Beat of flower -
of cranberries. through Is the Best Dollar Quart on Earth.

Prior to the big freeze Mr. Farrell millon votf*. The eiact: ajrures are aDd nveadaw, the nyrid tints in

owned a large orange grove two 1.229//S aDd more than a,rsiifrrfi and earth and sky, in ocean awl forest Remember Strauss the
'j mile cut of Ocala on the Ft. King a half lets thy Bryan received in mountain and hill, are post as important Freight on

road. The place was known as the 1W. -- -- ------ for the development of a real

BoetonUn Kttlement. Some of our "1 was ra&eh ainict&d with seiati- man as the education he reeeires: in 4 full Quarts for 53,50

ca," writes Ed. C. Nod, lowaville .
older resident will doubtless remem- the schools. If yon take no beauty
Sed;wick Co., Kan., "going about on
and be
ber him. Since his return to, 3Iasacho into your life through, eye or the Try convinced.
cratch and wffe ring a deal of pain.

eU4 he has been giving his attention ,I was induced to try Battard's Snow ear y
i to the cultivation of cran- Liniment, which relieved me. I nfcfcd s, unattraetire-Sueee. Everything in the Liquor Line and as we are IF&tfesale as well as Ifctafl fljaJgjs, we

berrie and he believes that they can three OK LoUIe It is the greatest --,- --

be profitably grown in Florida. He liniment I ever used; have recommended -' Cured Paralysis. I| are the Oily Ptfpb ifl tha County who can sell'you fmm a'drink to a barrel atone

it to a number of persons; w. S. Eaitey. P. O Tree' Ttera: ,
has made excellent arrangementswith I Ii time and one delivery from Ocala di r .
all express themselves at being writes: "My wife bad i bee tuffmJJ.f ,
the East Coast railway and will ne.1
fitted by it. I now walk '
five years with paralysfe in her arm, Spacialties, we have none, as we make a spec/a/ of
J give employment to a large numberof crutches able to perform a great deal 7 everything we handle
I when I was persuaded to && BallaM'e -
men, women and children, especially : of light labor on the farm." tic 50c. and gi 73 clchitem special attention
Snow Liniment, which cured
Anti-Monopoly drug store
m. I
: daring the cranberry picking j her all right. I have also rued it for Respectfully Submitted

season. The Ocala Banner It doing the I old sore, frostbite and skin erap .

Heart Fluttering.. service lions. It doe the work. 25e. oOe i
country a by publishing some i
I I tUX Anti-\onQlJOly drug lltore. m
Undigested food and gas' in the good recipes for making cake. It is STRAUSS &
ttoaacB] located just below the heart, ,: also showing conclusively that Ocala, !. Miss Louise Soott and Miss Anna CO:
against it and caused heart I IpaJpiaatfo f
treaties !', Gainesville and other interior towns Mixon, two bright students at the
.. When your heart troubles j
you In that way take Herbine for are entitled to just as reasonable Agnes Scott Instit.t* at Decatur, t P S. All orders filled, same day as received.

a few days. You will be all right. 50c. railway freight rates as Jack ondlJe.I I near Atlanta, are at home to spend L: _. .
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Antl-Monopoly drug store. m' Panta Gorda Herald. the Christmas holidays. :i- _-.I1uumiriJ

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:1 4 r. The paper "Ut the People, .for the People and by the People."

I t... VOL. xxxix,. NO 27, (OCALA, 'FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER: 23, 1904( DOLLAR A YEAR

$ Local Editor i- A CHRISTMAS EXAMPLE.We )
I': ,
' ABOUT"TOWN.. take great- pleasure in repro- i
" ) Mr.and Mrs. Sistrunk Give BeautifulReceptron.Yesterday.
ducing the following letter: '

:.. L. Anderson is now NASHVILLE,TENN.,'DEC. 19, 1904. _:
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sistrunk 11
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Diamonds

celebrated their crystal wedding witha Four or five years ago, (it was real- ,

a New Year of very elegant reception yesterday ly nine) I asked you to send me the 2-. t
; r ?" afternoon from three to seven o'clockat Ocala Banner. I only wanted it for -:
their lovely home on Lime street. one year, but you continued to sendit '. 'i:t'
of San An-
& his"sister 'Standing with the bride and groom for two or three years (I do not .
Mrs. H
of fifteen years were the special recall which) and I enclose my check Clocks. Chains. .

guests of honor, Miss Esther Weathers for $3.00 in full settlement of the ac- ;,1

7 is spending the and her visitors,Misses Mabel and count. I should have paid you at the

'; with his mother at Edith Taylor; of Cincinnati. The time, but simply neglected it from

y t others receiving were Mrs. E. C. time to time, and, perhaps, this will :;
6, '
'Jfe'T& Welsh, Miss Mary Anderson and Miss come in good time for Xmas. :
Finzel is up from Sterling Silverware ,:
Mary Drake, of Auburn, Alabama. Yours truly,
spend the holi-
s Mrs. Sistrunk was very lovely in a W. H. COOPER. ,

gown of white embroidered chiffon; This "reminder" is certainly ap-

4 P of Lynne, was Miss Weathers wore white crepe 4e preciated; it comes in a good time,

4c of the Ocala Banner chene; Miss'Taylor was in white silk and we hope it will add as much to TEA TABLE AijD SOUP SPOONS.

; [ and Miss Edith Taylor's dress was of the Christmas joys of the sender as it ,

J. TillU will leave white dotted mull; Mrs. Welsh wore certainly does to the receiver.It a
z zs
Columbia county, : white silk, Miss Anderson pink chiffon I is a rift in the Christmas skies F
1 ,
i and Miss Drake flowered I I ; ,
pink which we hope betokens a flood of

present foa net.. sunshine to this office and its at- I J

I be a bottle of per- At the front door stood aster La tachees. __ _

& Company handle Grange and little Miss Virginia Sis- The Ocala Banner > ;

b x trunk, the Iwo attractive children of Christmas Stocking ol
Griffin, of Anthony, the host and hostess,holding a dainty :#-/f; .:t...,* ,, __ .

Sutherland college, little basket to receive the cards. We wish to make the 1 II \ .

announcement that a -f
came in yesterday and will go to An- Assisting in entertaining the guestsat
pair of Banner stockings
this beautiful
reception were
today. '
thony will be hanging up AND SILVER MOUNTED
Misses Hattie Dye, Edith PiattViolet
Mr. John C. Lusk, of Jacksonville, until after Christmasfor 1: -
Harris, Eloyse Izlar, Sue Barco, Sara ., ";';,! :-
the popular division passenger agent the of
Whitfield, Donella Griffin, Annie
'; of the Southern railway, was in Sharpe, Valeta Potter, Gertrude silver dollars (or their MBREDIiAa f

Ocala yesterday. Pereda, Johnnie Liddon, #:LoueL'a: equivalent). We ex- i i it :
-- 1]
r;: Mr. Bethel Gallahager, a popular Gary, Sara Harris Janet Weathers, pect a large number of I 1

t traveling salesman for the Bently- I Annie Atkinson, Sue Anderson, our subscribers to do I If i $3.50 to $20.00. f
t the Santa Claus .
; Gray Dry Goods Company, of Tampa, I Madge Sims and little Miss: Edna Xel- actpf ; .

t i Ocala. oncubscription.: Adol- j -' -------. ...... --...... ., 9!j
yesterday in son. '" "
lar sent in will be credited ; .::
r of Eo ton, Mass., The entire 'house was a bower of -
0.V.. Mead, .
Mr. I to your address. The I i the Best and Latest in Jewelry I t
4 one of oar regular: winter visitors, arrived I ]eliness.. The reception hall, which I Banner expects to furnish ; Everything

yesterday and has taken rooms is in light blue and silver, was simplyand iI I .... .. : I IWE h.
better news service next -- ,
Time is treating him beautifully decorated in silver t, >
at the Ceatal. year than it has ever r
s and he wears his years lightly mosses and crystal dust was sprinkled hF j
gently done. We are receivingnew i
and flowers. It
p lover all the plants

i Rev. L.V.. Moore left yesterday' { glistened like silver dew drops and subscribers. every Fred G. B. Welhe, Soutrj Side cf Square, Dealer, Fla.

\:;\ for Island Grove: where he goes to was most effective. In vases on all -, week, and for this i 8

of the holidays with his we feel grateful. A '
spend a part .
the mantles were lovely bouquets of
.. brother. Rev. F. E. Bridges will occupy word of praise for 1 I
hyacinths.In .
; fragrans I
.1: the Method pulpit dating: his the the paper comes l
the entre room adjoining

absence. '_ I library, where Miss Izlar and Miss I i to our ears fre I ':'" -. -_..-. .. .-- -- -

; Mr. and Mrs. George Hough, who Violet Harris served punch, the dec- quentlysuchcommenda \
See Our
ot; -
since their marrriage a couple orations were of red poincettas and -
visiting at the tions aid us in ," -. .. ...
months ago have been the library was worked out in red, a "
: in Alabama ] the effort to do < J .
former home of the groom great deal of holly and crimson
Wednesday better service to the
returned home Christmas bells being used, and in
Halsey public. Don't wait,
:Mrs. Hough was Miss one corner of the room was a beautiful -I
i -' send us a dollar ,
before her marriage. little holly Christmas tree, elabor-

;c. k.. ate with lighted candles and red, get year the and Banner at the fora PIANOS FOR THE -, ROLIDYS ; l:

to, -f', blu?: and tinsel ornaments.The .
'" ,. same time you
dining room was particularly

: DAVID S. WOODROW lovely. Over the table was a wed- make the editors

: I heart Jeap .
ding bell of smilax and two crystal '"
Room 11 P.O. Block.(}:ala. with joy.
LOANS. nmST EN'l'S. hearts bearing the dates 18S9-1904 Banner of Liberty.
REAL ESTATE. Ocala Music
Phosphate Lands a Specialty. i iI I were suspended from the center of Company.
; The Football Game Chaistmas.
following properties in the room. On the ends of the table
have the
The Ocala and Jacksonville football -
filled with
sale: were tall crystal vases
Ocala and vicinity for teams will play a match gamein Llroteoetonat. I YL -L- ,
k Ocklawaha beautiful white roses resting on crys- r
; and lot on __ __ __ i
House -- --- '
M 1. of Jacksonville Christmas day. In Deposits'
between the residence tal reflectors. Surrounding them fll E.BIGGS, We extend to Customers all

A Mr.avenue Tydingsand Mrs. Howse.lately were wreaths of frosted holly leaves speaking of.the game Wednesday's ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.-- Received. accommodations consistent wtth
Dr. W. V. Newsom. Times-Union has the following to say:
vacated by and in the middle of the table was (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) safe Lanli' til.
.: 2. Two story house and lot on silver candelebra. Mrs. Jack Camp There is to be a magnificent gameof OCALA. FI.ORIDA. ,
i street, belonging to football at the baseball park in Loans Made. -
' South Orange next door : and Mrs. William Hocker sat at the I, D. FULLER L. F.'BLALOCKD.D.S.; a
: and
Martin Assistant. i
Annie and it --
this Christmas ,
Mrs. city on day
Woodrow. I table and poured the coffee and tea. DENTIST.
; of D. S.
f to residence also signifies that there is to be a I
t of block 22, Caldwell's addition All of the ladies assisting at the reception Over Munroe&ChamblissBanit.Ocala.Fla.I Interest Paid COMMERCIAL BANK
3. All the When it
the crowd to see game. was ,
being all looked
) white '
to Ocalaone( acre wore M. THOMPSON.
: north of Mr. first announced that Ocala had signedfor J i on
r property immediately particularly lovely. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office OCALA, FLORIDA.
J. R. Moorehead8 home. The house was thronged with fash- a game with Jacksonville there over Tea-pot Grocery,OpP.Monteznma Time I

Alfred Davis house and lot and were a great many who were of the OCALA. FLA.. \.
4. The ionable folks-both gentlemen Deposit.
street next that the seasoned Jacksonville -
on South First furniture ladies in their best frocks and hats, opinion EDWIN SPENCER_ H
A. Pittman & Son'sstore. team would have a walkover, -
J. coming in couples and in jolly par- ATTORNEY-AT-LA, M H. ROBINSON, PnF ,
but with the second team in the field .
workshop on South ties and the afternoon was a most j OCALA. 7-8-y FLORIDA Safety De- g S H. BLITCH, A, If. MARSH _
Lewis Plater Ocala team I
l 6. 'and the strengthened by
Second street. happy one in every way. I| J K. CHASE f posit Boxes MANAGER. Ass?. MANAGER
1-2 the acquisition of some stalwart -
Plantation entered the dining --
As guests
Campobello DENTIST.
5. The from other places, *as Jacksonville I Por Rent -
miles southeast of town, consistingOf room they were given small sprays of players OCALA. FL J "L A- COME E* AND TALK IT OVER WITH VGO *.
and fenced land has done in order to maintain _,
76 acres mistletoe and holly tied with white
mixed oak, hiekorpand there is to L. SISTRUNK,
of :i her first team, reason CARLOS
165 These
6 ribbon and little silver bells. .-
Q- and pine land of first quality believe that the game on Christmas ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.
The on by Miss Barco and
etc. werepinned TOt -
outhouses, Room. Sji BnildinzMcIYEB
house, .Y'
room C. L. day( will be a hummer.
A. .
the Whitfield.The
on Miss
)' is right
property ''
railway and has a fine deposit of many friends of Mr. and Mrs. *Bought on Ocklawaha Avenue. and MACK } -THE FAIR.

it. who are one of Ocala's .
1_ lime on Sistrunk, :Mr. Chas. Peyser closed a deal yesterday -

Rogers place on the southwest most popular young married couples, the real estate
7. The of a through agencyof -FOR-
t.. edge of town,and consisting 80 acres of presented them with many pieces of Mr. W. C. Jeffords for one of the ---

,two story house beautiful cut glass, which were dis- beautiful Gary lots adjoining the = STlIPLE GROCERIESWhite f8RCY

land. played in one of the upstairs rooms. :Mr. John Dozier andI

8.sisting The of Wade small Hoard house property and lot con-due Mr; and Mrs. Sistrunks' souvenirsto I I residence fronting on of Ocklawaha avenue. FUNERAL House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffce'in Cans

south of D. E. elver's residence. the young people helping them I Mr. Peyser will at once erect avery DIEBCTOBS. 9O-Day Seed Oats.

of land on South were silver hat pins done up very at- residence it and

9.Tenth 2 ,1-2 street acres adjoining property of tractively with holly and gilt wish rain pretty become'one of Ocala's upon house- We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens,

J. M. Meffert, suitable for subdividing bones and the inscription, "Wishingyou Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce.
f-.T'. the Gamble, holders-bone of our bone and flesh Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets
into lots, known a'raerry Christmas." of flesh. and Burial Outfits. Special given to
place. Burial services. Prop.West
loton Wniona street, Gainesville Here's hoping that he will livelong .
10. 70xl0 foot Mr. Jas Lewis, of was 4. I
residence of. R. G., Embalming to Order Side Public Square Ocala rIa
i "nsxt door. to' -*" -- --- iDt.he'city yesterday on business: and prosper. I


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f SEAPORT VS. INLAND CITIES. f INOCULATION OF SOILS. I At last came Colonel Blood,of Pike. I
: THE OCALA BANNER And old Jedge Phina,permiscus-like,
for ent
And each as he meardered in Plantation
. -- The readers of this paper who are We have before us a bulletin en- Remarked*'A whisky skin." ,

; HlirS HASBIS, Editor.P. as old as the writer can well remem- titled as above from the Mississippi -From' John Hay's pot'nl.hThe :Mystery: of

t" 7. Learesssili': Business Manager ber when our rivers were alive with station. Gilgal ; X X
And now if Secretary Hay will take For 1905 1., \
"- steamers "floating palaces" they It says that the germs with]:which
- -;. / enough time from his arduous dutiesto
":;{ were otten called-and traffic was so soils are inoculated supply nitrogen
I tell what skin is he
t rte" S J great as would have suggested to theIr to the plant which farmers buy at us a whiskey The property oelonginj to the eS 1t3 of Abram Martin, situttd
will greatly oblige. The festive sea- in the eastern portion of Sugar Hammock, comprising a plant.
I sident and Mr. Lawson 'pointerson the rate of 12 to 18 cents per pound. tion of about 500 acres under fence a m w wire fence, about
-"' ". .6- the "strenuous" and "frenzied"life. It gives the result of an experi- son is coming and some of our read- 350 acres cf which are in fine state o. c-dtUation, It for refrt
Kr! < r' ersmight like 'em.-N. Y. Telegram. next year. b. _
i.'- ; :'p' ment with vetch. On the plot unin- Thes? Ian 's ate regarded as of the best quality and are*ell adapt.

; The history of our Mississippi river oculated the 'ield.was 4S pounds; on -= ed for the cuitvaticn of all the crops' produced In t.lM Mt'tiea.
Aptly to f
steamers' forms a large part of our the plot inoculated 79 pounds. Both

& literature and plots were the size and SEEDTIME
early was so peculiarto same received -
[ TII08E AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO itself as to give a distinct coloring identically the same treat- DAVID S. WOODROW'Agent,
Oea a, Fh.DoOPNeedInyfVRk1iIUR ,
TIKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS to our national life. ment.

t BARRI0vr This bulletin that -- .- -------, ---- --
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE It has not been a great many years says the: germ i
>K3 WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, ago since a magnificent fleet of from one plant will inoculate other i
r steamers plied the St. Johns river. plants closely relaled Ito it. For instance -
! lie experienced
The Savannah, Chattahoochee, I germs from beans will inoculate
ilOTTOM.------ has learned that some We have a large stock, and will sell you cheaper for aMM IMIS
Flint and, indeed, all peas and vetch. can buy anywhere else in the state. Try us! and fitIt.
':: =::- --. :-.::=.::.::::: ----- Apalachicola; I grains require far differ- you ,
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J FRIDAY DECEMBER 23, 1904. our rivers, told the same story-along I The bulletin is Xo. 13, and. is well ent soil than others ; Goods sold on the !installment plan, part ca b:frM,..... .

the whole of them were busy scenesof worth a perusal.More some crops need difier- small dayments to suit your convenience.

[ Judo doubt wishes activity. enthandling than others. 1 flop ey Criers lte: lTe Prcnpt At.estl82
Swayne now no and More;Frills.
When the railroads appeared upon knows that a great -' If Tea Can't C:::e Writ ta Us fr ?rl: j.
r that he had become Florida cracker. The senate is composed of only two deal depen upon right

iIi the scene they found freight rates members from each] state yet !th rare planting c.t ths: right I We'advantage' always of.have a lot of bargains that it will pay y m toa

Mr. Andrew Carnegie wants the i it already established between all sea- time, and that the soil
annually paid thesum of $1,3.1-
t,, F next president to come .from jPensylvanto. port and river cities and it was a must be kept enriched.
873. For instance,the Ocala Furniture
No cf Company.
use complainingin
s voluntary act on their part when they I
who is the presiding officer of the summer about amis-
. The with vest leaves entered into with them.
man a fancy_ ; competition;
senate, is provided with a room the take made in the :;ring. I __ __ ___ _.__ __ -
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:z* bill coat unbuttoned in the coldest The competition was so effectual as cost of which is $5,760 per annum. I I Decide. before. L;:: coed:;

', I weather.Mr. to almost completely destroy river is plant d.
. The other details are interesting.In OUT SALE
traffic and the palace passenger tie( best time to reme-
John D. Roclifeller has given ISiS a senator of the United .
. dy conditions in
.. steamer-once the pride of our prin- wasting
. three million dollars to the Chicago States provided himself out of the the human body is be-
cipal rivert-now no longer forms a OfainVinterJIilliuerv
School of Engineering as a Christmas public treasury, in addition to his fore the evil is too deep ; *
part of our industrial economy. with his his rooted. At the first evidence AT COST!
pre ent. I salary, mileage! 135 for 1i
Now, it does seem tot us that if the of loss cf fl shScott's x -J
. stationary, and one clerk, if h'e hap J Mrs. 'J on pkins will sell all kinds Winter j
a Seven inches of snow in New railroads can carry freight as cheap, Millinary a t bargains
, pened to be the chairman of"a com- I Emulsion \ from Dec. 1. to January l, I'.H'J.' :Bargains in juice ill JU. :1
York. Seven hundred miles of sunshine and even cheaper, between seaport
mittee. That was practically all. i should be taken imme- goods. Closing nut Sale. Thirty days' bargain*. All wfntr
in Florida. Come to Florida and river cities than can steamers, stock fold in that time or less if i
In 1931 a United States senator diately. There is noth- possible.
and enjoy a genial clime.Examination they ought to be able to carry freight r 1
would sniff at one clerk, and declare ing that will repair
just as cheap between inland citiesT"Yet wasted tissue more Mrs L. T
:,for Rhodes:scholar- it impossible to attend to his work Tompkins.Opposite 1
this is not the practice.On quickly or replace lost
.hIps will beheld at TallahasseeJan- without-two or three. Such a:thing Pittman's
1 the contrary, inland cities are flesh more'abundantly Furniture Stelle.
nary 17 and 13. Here is the chance of as paying for a clerk out of his than Scott's Emulsion.It ,
made to pay higher freight rates in I "' 3-::,"
, a lifetime for some bright boy. pocket, as his predecessors, up to a nourishes and buildsup
order that the railroads may meet the the when ordi-
comparatively: years !ago, were body WE WANT !
Which'were better: to endorse \Mrs. water competition; and, acting upon accustomed to do, would be regardedby nary foods absolutelyfail I

Chadwick's motes and avoid the this arbitrary and unjust practice,our
the senator of
today: as a crime.
;, disgrace of dying rich, or!endort>e railroad: commissioners make all seaport I We bill send you a sample fret.I J" EVERY GROWER IX TUB STATE

them and be pointed out as one of and river cities competitive bas Florida and Her newspapers. r TO HAVE OUR BOOKS

her dupes?_. ing points. In no department of human effort is I picture Be sure in the that form tbu .
I of a label is on the "FLC IDA VEGETABLES" complete manual on Florida '\
I Mr. Philander C..Knox, thenervyelected : y All thi-s is manifestly unjusu to the I there more progress and improvement ; ;: ;4 wrapper of every "FLCSIDA OBAS3Z3"-Book of special interest to Orange QmrM.ctopa.
I noticeable: in Florida than ill her I./ bottle of Emulsion "FLOSIDA ST3AWSZaaSS"::: -Booklet on "Soil, VarieSea, CftStfafttaft N4l
:; senator from Pens)'lvania, inland cities and ought not to be the you buy. Fertilization." ,

says that "Preti i Jan Roosevelt standsfirmly caseand; until it is corrected,ties our newspapers.The. &i ) SCOTTC&BOWI I "I31SH! POTATOES"-Booklet on "Soil, Seed, Planting, and Cultirattaf, Mrt

for all that +.makingfor goodin hands and makes it simply a matter Times-Union Christmas edition EJ of'Fertilizers. Digging and Shipping."
"PINEAPPLE FESnLiiN3"-Of special interest to pineapple ffruweft -
our national J li'b.... of impossibility to build up a city, or contained sixty-eight: pages; the I J ; ) CHEMISTS "iZAL E7LZZ2S"-Book showing all our different brand anaiyM... t
t 409 Pearl Street .
prices, etc.NEW
--r an enterprise of any considerable importance :Metropolis: forty pages and theGainesville .
. Mr. Henryji: Flagler and wife are Star I NEW YORK .. AND REVISED EDITIONS OF ABOVE jrST II
in the interior. thirty-eight ; --
pages 5<>c. and $i;
in W hingtol1. D. C., stopping at the and the all druggists PUBLISHED, SENT FREE FOR THE ASKING. to
Until this practice is checked we in typrgraphial appearance of

Arlington hotel for a few days, being the interior are helpless, and, if we the latter publication is fa credit to Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer fI
en route to their magnificent winter the And after all Greene and Lawson Co,
want to do business are compelled by printing profession.The rtj ,
home, Whitehall, at Palm Beach. met with smiles not the least bit -
tariff exactions, to follow the advice DeSoto Gouty News, the frenzied. Jacksonville, Florida. ,': b4j

of the Manatee Record and the White .....
Senator Taliaferro introduced a bill 1 Metropolis, pull up stakes and b- -- ----- -

Friday to appropriate $100,000 to ac move to Jacksonville or some other Springs Herald got out special trade ? i .. I"

seaport city.. editions and many of the newspapers
quire a site and construct a branch

homo for dis !Jbd.sodic! b; sailors But why abandon a section so richas throughout the state, like the Ocala I 'JlUI

and marines in the state of Florida. ours and comprising a territory Daily and Weekly Banner, hadjmany t

seven_ hundred miles in length by a of their advertisements. printed in -t

hundred miles in width? colors. Watches Diamonds '
It seems to us that the railroadsare There is a noticeable improvementin ,

, standing in their own light and the newspapers throughout the .
SKINHUMORS the quicker they reverse their tactics state which is an index finger ,point-

the bettter it will be for them.It ijg toa general prosperous conditiou
is within the power of the rail of things. ___
Clocks. at
. I roads to build up as great cities in the "A prophet is not without honor Chains. Itt

interior as there are on the seacoast, save in his;own land." So, likewise, .
I. tht
and the traffic will be all theirs- its own age is always discrediting
there will be no division of the itself. The rgolden age" is in the -
<< f
spoils. dim and distant past, or is yet to I

Every pound of freight coming and come. It never belongs to the now. Sterling Silverware r H. '

going will be grist for their own mill Yet when the members of his own
with no one else sharing the toll. political party unanimously
Complete External and agree
Why can not our railroads be
upon impeachment

Internal Treatment wise? federal judge the age proceedings in which of we a TEA. TABLE
And why do our railroad commissioners live cannot be utterly depraved.The 'SPOONS. }

tolerate the manifest freight ,
: ONE New York Times figures the Q )
: discriminations as exist between seaport -
: and inland cities? total vote of the recent election at i Iii

13,534,119, of which Roosevelt got JliJ

of warm baths with Nearly three years ago, when the 7,510,560, and Parker 5,084,391, mak- / tOOt

. Index made for Lake City the same ing Roosevelt's plurality 2,456,169.The a;

fight Ocala and Gainesville is now Debs vote. however, by this calculation Jol1-,

eticnreI. 1 making for the interior towns'it was instead of reaching 600,000, te.r, t

told that it was an opponent of the as at first announced in socialist organs tW'\

railroad commission. This paper has is given at 392,857, while'Swallow )

} ( .:.. seen two wholesale houses go under the prohibition, candidate, got JojJf .
here-practically that, because they 243,431, and Watson,populist, 121,391. .,

: :: to cleanse the skin of count moved of away high to railroad Jacksonville rates on incoming ac-- The young-man-who devotes him- GOLD AND SILVER MOUNTEDTTMERELLS A, \1

crusts and scales, and freights. Produce was hauled self to farming in Florida may not FelMilt :

soften the thickened cuticle through this place, where three lines have a very lofty ambition, but if he.

; CUTICURA. Ointment of"road centre, to Jacksonville, by keeps at it a few years he will havea Oc .
bank of 8
to instantly allay the carload, 60 miles further, at less account that the most am- [
bitious AJt
than the may well :
rate to Lake City. The envy.TampaTimes.

Itching, irritation, and Ocala Banner thinks if' the itW.II
----h $3.5o to
Inflammation and $20.00.
soothe sion Palatka
i cannot help the interior townsit truckers are now making

and heal; and CUTI- had better be abolished. The In- daily shipments of lettuce for which DsIli

CURA Pills to cool and dex is standing off this time, for they are getting big prices. The I

cleanse the blood. awhile, and watching the fur fly.- lettuce crop of Palatka this 'year will Everything the Best and Latest in :

Lake City Index. be enormous, and unless Jewelry.Fred
A some unfor-
c SIngle Set, costing but One Dollar, dam
is often sufficient to cure the most tortur General CountResner seen mishap occurs the truckers of I
ing, disfiguring skin, scalp,' and blood Von Lich- this place will make diesocct
bps, rcztnus, rubes, itducgs and tenstein, of the German army, big mon y.- .
Irritation with loss of says Palatka News.
hair,from infancy the catechism of
to age,when AIl else fafls. RussianWneral! 10 ta'
is this: "Consider The Jacksonville Fred G. B. Weihe
Laid tkwutfwwJ the world. your officer Metropolis
Roep lye Ointt
your saysthe
km}1b.,:4Kb Sc.,p.fcttlrat...toial of,at.SQe.. |JDepotM ta form ioudon oj ChocuW,'rt darter.Cowed father, ypur inferior, your son, your editor of the Ocala Banner has South Side of Square. Ocala, Flu.a 1:
!N.(P.ria 1de It Faiz;Botfus,137 Columboi c'-rade, I
> tviia ixi Cktm.Corp I oia your brother, withdrawn
r .. 'I Front. your regi..u.t from active
$* 4 for to Cure Torturing, CWS-nrior political life. ,
M two LiUnc/Ag." : your family." Since tea
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d everybody is looking around for suitable presents for friends and rela-

< tives. Right here let us offer a suggestion, viz: While you are buying,

I .' buy something that will be serviceable
to the recipient ; such a gift
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: : : 4 will nine times out of ten be more appreciated than some almost

4 4> useless article. however pretty. Let us suggest a few : 1 3

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1 < $5.00 TO $10.00Ladies' i '
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Felt Slippers Vr : 1j

In Solid Leather' and Genuine S
With Fur Trimming !

; r V Hide; Big Assortment at l

I if' ; Big Assortment ofLadies' c .1'1 i
A $4.00 TO $15.00, 41
& ChIldren !
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In all sizes Desirable shapes ,
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{ '. Walter F. Coachman, the){ villb, and his valuble advice is I! success'is due alone to WalterF. t Opera House Block, Ocala, Florida. i 1l J

president of the new million-I sought on all important public : Coachman. He is affable, < ;
dollar bank to be matter Mr. Coachman is
,- I and in his office gives courteous :
has had of who does --.,- ------__._ .tf
city on January 1st, a I captain industry, : attention : =--- -- --=- -- -- ---- -- -- ---.:
to even the humblest
remarkable career. With a tal- things. While engaged in many .ug; :' a \1
citizen who seeks information 6 lillSm.
it very rare and possessing business enterprises, he doesnot J
Business ability not usually rush. He deliberates. He from him or who has any business 1 We have just received a solid car of nu'

. : ,. ound, he has been the power'I is a thinker, and his thinking transaction with him. It 'f,J ,. "i i"fr

behind many substantial enter-i counts for something. He is is such men as Walter Coachman ,r i

1 prises. He has aided materially I jI one of the leading business:: men who make great cities.-

11 I d in a- the-upbuilding of Jack on- : of the south, and his remarkableAnother Jacksonville Metropolis. I Rust Proof Oats I 11

New Industry j--- jJ <
: A substance called petrolignite is : ;
being adopted as a material for the OrangeTrees. FR. <'J :? i
Those Ordered to Serve at the Ocala :; .
j decks of ships, being under trial in I .:., { i
United States Court. i ; r
the French and German navies, as '
p[ The names drawn forthose to serve I It is. .' .}....; .., :} :
| well as in the !i TEX&S. .." ; :
.as petit and grand jurors at the Ocala s
I prepared from sawdust, mixed with I II : -=f
.term of the United States court on I I
certain minerals, and formed into: '
: the in next January I II )t ; :
:: third :Monday slabs, under high hydraulic pressure, I ; ,
are as follows: J and has been placed upon the market A fine supply of Orange and :..', . .:.
,' For grand jurors, E. A.Whittstock,, in England. Its valuable propertiesare Grapefruit Trees on Sour Or-, ,,.
; H. F. Watts, George K. Broome, E. that it is non-inflammable, and is ange and Rough Lemon stocksin !

f 't( C. W mber1Y and Thomas W. Pitts,, not slippery when wet. It is said that..r now.prime condition. for planting These Oats were received from one of the most reputable .i. .
of Gainesville J. R. Lawton, 0. A. ;
; J and that in .
: .
i it will not harbor germs Writs for our 1905 catalogue
in the section of Texas most noted for its
W. superior
f'Ljfddon, W. F. Cline, Daniel tropical climates it will resist the at- which gives descriptions and growers

dark, Jr., S. R. Birdsey, of Ocala tacks of white ants. It is very hard, prices on Oranges and Grape quality of seed, oats. We have exercised every possible c re i Ie
,, Wilkins, A. Fruit, also on other Fruit
;; ;F. E. Whitcomb, W. C. hard wood, can .be worked :
and like Trees, Shade Trees, Roses and in seed oats, having sought not the but
:IB., Efford, :M. E. Weeks,A. L.Lucius, I with tools into any shape.SavannahNaval Ornamental Shrubs. buying our cheapest,

G. H. Harris, of Leesburg; W. J.I Stores Review. ,
!, Legally, of Sparr; W.J.. Osteen, of I II I I I e

High Springs; A. R. Hoover, of An- Head About to Burst From Severe
.. If_ thony; D. G. Leigh, Lee A. Briles, Bilious Attack. : .
.:: Charles Anderson, :M. E. Manier, "I had a severe bilious attack and .
! felt like my head was about to burst ,
f Johnll. Lee, Peter Manier.of Sum-
hold of a free sample of
when I got
. ter county. I I Cbamberlain's Stomach and Liver GLEN SAINT MAR NURSERIES We know personally a number 01 Farmers .wn.o. hpve

f'- r.' For.petit jurors, W. M. Trunnell, 'I'I'I Tablets. I the took next a dose day of I felt them like after a G. L TABER, PROP. planted seed from the same source for a, number>- of years
:I! W. D. Lovell, C. Ludlow, T. A. Tay- supper and
f f and have been feeling hap- Glen Saint Mary, Fla.Box
new man and all, without exception. them of
pronounce superior
F. C. W. Kramer
' lor. D. M. Hopson I, ever since," says Mr.J. W.Smithof 31.'e. .
(.. t. Jr., of Leesburg; F. J. Swearengen, py Julifi, Texas. For biliousness, quality. :z
- A. W. Taylor, J. E. Waugh, J. Z. stomach troubles and constipationthese
t Feltner, A. J. DaCosta, of Gainesville tablets have no equal. Price

J I 0. A.Fams. M. C. Looney, of 25c. For sale by all druggists. m / ,6 /I... III JiJ01//j ';
! :: Ocala; G. B. Tankersly, J. S. Sharp, 'I' The Ocala House Opening. I I I tjAq I Free From Johijsoi) Grass. : ,:

r of Sumter county; W. T. McLendon, After a thorough-renovating and I II :

.oi .Alachua; Benjamin Wade, of an entire change of dining room and I ,
R. K. Waterman, of Citra; .
Hague will
; House open
kitchen the Ocala 1a1 'Or other objectionable seeds likely to b3. found in Otis bought witho'ut
W. H. Grocott,. of Anthony, and J. Saturday for the accommodation of proper care.

D. Nell, of High Springs. / its guests, giving the first breakfastin .
dining room on that day.It ir. .
A Frightened Horse the new ,
will be run entirely on the European k1W' TO BE HAD AT THE
: mad down the street
Running and
plan and the menu will be as fine
, ,; dumping the occupants, or a hundred elaborate as at any table in Florida.
other accidents, are every day 0'

It behooves everybody who Has been _
occurrences. Mrs. Kate Taylor E
. to have a reliable salve handy and spending the summer and fall with 111r OCALA SEED
tkero's none as good as Bucklen's relatives at her old home in Opelika, I

A% ca Salve. Burns, cuts; sores, Alabama, returned home Tuesday .

eczema and piles, disappear quickly afternoon and is with her sister, Mrs.j! I I IP
, under its soothing effect. 25c. at I I Edwards,at the Ocala Chas.,Blnm'.Co.., 517 and 519 W. I. g -
Tydlnga & Co's. drug store. m;- ;'. D. G. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla h

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I GET PAPA one of our Substantial Rockers. .

Come in and see our selection of

GET DAUGHTER one of our lovely Parlor

i 'i Lamps All Kinds of' Handsome FURNITURE I

: GET SON one of those comfortable Lounges.

, : : GET BABY Automobile- Carriage. Bedroom Sets $ 15 I to $ 100 i !




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THE CHRISTMAS TIJEE IN OR OUT? I relief by helping themselves? Could Mormons in Washington have testified NOTICE NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. j.,

not Ocala build to Dunnellon and -
to post mortem divorces. How f

o, HAWTHORNE, FLA., Dec. 16, 1904. I! In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial <'iruitof TTNDER AND BY ,
connect with the Port VIRTUE Or> A
the Inglis Co.? are they to be reached by the courts F .lrida. Minon county, in Chancery. U decree rendered b the CERTAIN 1
Christmas To the Editor of the.Ocala Banner: ; Honorable W. S.
The Butt enbach Co. did so. The and the churches? W. XV. Clyatt. Complainant. vs John O. Math- Bullock judge ot the tircuit court of the filth- / -
: tree, I am cast-away on a lee shore tonight II e\\s. etal. Defendants.. judicial circuit of Florida, silting ia chane-ry 1
no bright railroads have that company's out- for Marion county, in a certain cause pendint
by reasonof| adverse windsand IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS therein. wherein Tampa Building and Investment -
and ;
r preen, NOTICfc.! named. John O. : Company is
i going freight. Could not the people Mathews Kate T. complainant and Samuel W. 1T
awaits Old wanting something to :Mtbews 3!. Ferst, Sons & Co.,aco partnership Teague and others are defendants, said decree
Santa Clans. occupy my j of Ocala utilize the Ock'aTaha river? composed of Jfiseph Ferst, Joseph Strauss and rendered on the nod day of November, 1004. I 1P

And the chimney mind I beg to encumber you with a Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Aaron Ferst. Mohr Brothers, a co-partnership will offer for sale to the highest and beU Udder 'VP
I or build a railroad to the St. Johns I Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Florida composed of Lazarus Mnbr and Anson Mohr. for cash, at public ou'cry. before the court hoese
; place all swept knd few reflections.The I George D. Page. as executor of the last will and door (!south) in Ocala, Marion county, Klorida,
clean gaps wide itsporuierou I river? Will the railroads consider I NOTICE IS HEREB\.GI\'E THAT TOOTlE testament benjamin F. Page, deceased. and between the legal hours of sale on the ntst b.
jaws. The bill, with its preamble in ex- : and Frank L. Hall, purchasers C.D.Masseyand P.S. Jonesbe and rN- are Monday in January 1905, to-wit;
these conditions, even if the railroad of tax certitcites Nos. ;oS lOud 755, hereby re -uired to appear to tbe b1" complaint January ,d, t;
little stockings are all t ense, offered in the United States I dated the 4th day of April. A. D. 1898, 4 roof in this cause 03 or before The j' jycy.

hung op, and the baby's I I I commission will not make them treatus Jul.' 2, A D. IS.)4. 1050 daed: July. I.ISS9.has filed 3Iow1ay, the 2nd day day of January .1.1 1905. ion county following, Florida described, to-wit teal property in Mar F
said certificates ofoc has made
m my ana :
senate Mr. Platt of New York to
)lu..t make four. Won'tOld by right? We I apnl'cation for tax deeds to Issue in accordance j jI It is! further ordered that a copy of this order Lots i, 2.3.9 10 and II of samuel XV.Tecgue'* -
Santa Clause be surprised reduce the representation of the presume, though, that.I with law. >ai when he find there U no : the railroad commission has I; described property sitcated ID Marion weeks in the Ocala Banner. j I tion to Ocala according to pat recorded is the ,
more? There is an elegant states of the south in the House of I private i iI county, Florida t,'wit: Done this November 25th. J9C4. i i f I clerk's office for Marion county. Florida or 110 tlwi
chains [SEAL] S. T thereof
business 7.07 squaie'in scuthwest corner of SISTRCXK may be .
or pleasures they have to attend I I I necessary to tiify
-- .1)taee op! in the tree to Representatives of the Congress of the : southeast quarter of southwest quarter srct.ionr Clerk Cirruu Court. | said decree and costs. .

hang Jobnny' gun I j to, as frequently we that :r 7. township iI. racge 23. 14 cflans north and H. LAnoerson.. By 'tabeL.G'ads3n.D.C. H. )f. HAMPTON.
tee j br
and a place tor May, United States, in proportion to tbe south by 3J 68 chains east and west m northeast Complainants Solicitor., 12-2 1i2 2 Special Master in Chancery. -
Cal ucr oi'1.111 h west southeast I
I some of them quarter quarter
are out of the state. Of
and one for Kate to leave number of male negroes over twenty : aid northeast quarter of southwest qualter I I -- : th

their dolls upon.| lint for [.course their salary goes on just the :.:, section 15 township/ H. range 22. Commencing NOTICE. '. NOTICETo -
: little baby blue eyesa lower one years of age, etc., and the. an i 5 cha-ns west ot seoutheast corner cf southwest
same. quar er section 14 towush ip 14. range; 22, .
branch tie must choose, nouncement by Mr.Bacon of Georgia, j i: thence north 12 chains, wrst 313 chains. I All Persons Interested.
: where the may reach and find A DWELLER IN TIlE INTERIOR. I I south 12 chains, east 3 chuns Commencing Application for Tax Deed Ur 4er section 8 of -C
: he|Jac.. he' hung her first new proposing to repeal the fourteenthand -- ---_ II I 3 1-3 ch ins west of southeast corner of southwest Chapter 4&>S. Laws of; Florida. :; \ Russell UNDERSIGNED Sleep and Warren GUARDIAN OK EVA
of southeast i.eroy
quarter ctiou Sleep, mi
-. aho h. Then turn down the light a fifteenth amendments to the constitution Confederate Monument for Ocala. j I township 14. range at. thence wesv'< 2-3 hains.3. i' VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HENRI- !I flora, will at 3 o'clock p. m on
lit 11.,now, twOld Santa Clauacan:: jI north 10 chains, tast 4 2-3 chains. south 10 1etta Williams purchaser of sst certificate !j Friday the 30th day of Dfttmbfr, 194 ,

we. And baby and all must go to of the United States, sug To the raembdra of sister chapters I I chains. | No. roSS dated the 2d day t f Nov., A. D. 1896. I By petition, apply to the Honorable County f.i r
I The said land being;:assessed at the date of the < has filed said certificate in my office and has { Judge of Marjon
IH. and lw all good as good can gests to my mind the reflections I I I U. D. C., and all others interested !j issuance of such certincares in the names of pan made application for tax del to issue in accord- the court house in county the city Florida of Ocala., at his office at
j Florid
be, and tomorrow morn getup ies unknown and F. C. Crawford. Unless said ance with law. Said certificate embraces the I authority to sell at private sale fa
early alter a long which follow in brief: this circular letter is respectfully certificates shall be redec:! -cil acc rdingr to law. | following described property situated in Marion titleand interest the said minor children ill the right Y k
nlgut'I tax deed will issue thereon on the 23rd day olJanuaty' county. Flonda. towit: I have as heirs at law of may ,
Were the "war amendments" constitutionally submitted: A.D. 1905. 16 23 chains square in the southeast corner of in and to the following described Henry Sleep deceased,
.leep, Witness my offiCIal signature and seal this the northeast quarter of northeast quarter of secI I Marion county, Fljrida. to land situate la
andcome adapted? It has been determined Dicki- 19 day of De;:. A. D., 1904. tion 5, township 15 range 21 The northeast of wit:
by quarter
[SEAL) 5 :.T. SISTRtJXK. Tbe said land being assessed at the date of :' north half of the five 5.) The
softly Was the "indestructible state" of son chapter U. D. C., to errect. a 12 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. the partyunknowti.issuance of such Unlesssa4certthcate certificate in the shall name be.)t five north halfol the southwest quarter quarter ol aud section the- -
(5) and the southeast
down redeemed according to law. deed will quarter of the northwest am
Virginia constitutionally dhided'lt Us issue
monument in honor of Confederate quarter of Section
our three
((3. All
: to the NOTICE OF PUBLICATION thereon On the ?d day of January, A. D. 1905. township twelve ) being in
t Mr. Lincoln said. in his famous dead and by this manifestationshow Witness my official signature and seal this the ((25) east and ((12)) south, range twenty-five oneIOn
-- 2 Xmas 30th day of. November A. D. 1004. I acres,as containing a tot a. of 358 '7-te
: treeAnd Douglas debate: .I S.T SISTR tNK. per government survey. :.
our appreciation of those
2 who Department of the Interior, Land Office : 12-2 Clerk Ciiruit Court Marion County Fla. LILUAS LLEEP HAMMOND
JOHN- E. !
gets the first peep. "We are one indissoluble union of -But loved lost long awhile.since" Gainesville, Fla., )ec. igth. 1904. I A tt'y. for Guardian. Guardian.u-i :;, of c

indestructable states." XOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN
---- ----- The monument will stand in the I following named settler has filed notice THE of f NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. I' .T thatPOP'

I : When did the union become indissoluble i- hit intention make. final proof in support of | NOTICE. ", '
MOSS BLUFF. public square of Ocala, the capitalsite nis claim and that said proof will be made be JUj
? fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla. on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX ;
... In the Circuit 1 her
I of Marion of Court of the Fifth
county as a memorialto January 28th day March. 1905. I will apply Judicial Circuit ::->..j\
IPt ( *IOw..oad..ee Oca Baoorr i If since the beginning. please say 1905. to the county judge of Marion county. Florida, of Florida, in and for Mat ion *
teach the children of the south for viz: Charles F. Waterman of Stanton. Fla for final settlement and discharge as the ad- "'" county --1] Son
what Homestead 32844 for the west half of northeast ministratrix of the estate of in _ancef). : I!
Md I IIIV.Ia.., December 19- rOil( day, at what hour and at Jo'ta 1' Johnson. :.
ages to come to revere the memoryof quarter. southeast quHrter of northwest quarter deceased. G. S. Scott as Receiver. ton
: We arc having some cold weather what moment? and northeast quarter of southwest quarter Done this the ith day t( .'',;-.IK.-- I-JI.'';. I Benjamin F. Perry and etc.SaUlt Complainant n. -
the Confederate soldier.As section 24 township 17 south range 25 east. lr.. 1".A HO\\SJr::. lendanU. Uriry, IJe. Bin

: : Ami .whlt fro.t which U fine for all If, according to' the constitution of Diskison chapter has responded his He continuous names the residence following upon w.tnesses and cultivation to prove 10 :21 6m Administratrix.: r-T IS ORDERED TH4TTH2 DEFEVDAVT "I TIN

citrus trwft. We are still making the republican party the states in ,'f said land viz: Claude McCraney. of Higley. I herein named. BeDj. F Perry and SalUe
generously to many calls for con- Fla ,Jack Brantley, of Higley Fla..Duncan Mc I D. Perry hi'' and they ar: hereby
'jrntp out here. The quality Is fin e. so-called rebellion were never out of Craney of Higley, Fla.. Augustus Stephens of DEPARTMENT 0i? THE INTERIOR. to appear to the bill of complaiut 10 this required -.j intfc
- tributions, we now solicit aid, and lligley, Fla. 011 or before aa.ae "
This section can sell at least 100 barrels '| the union, then 'all constitutional 12 23 W. G, ROBINSON. Register. MrndaytheaaIday fault
: should the reaping be as bountiful as United States Land Office, Gainesville, Fla. I It is o/Jamuarr, A. D /< '<. i
of syrup and then have plentyfor II I amendments passed without the con- December be published ordered that a COpy of this order : lode-
5. 1904.
the once
: sowing to those who assist us, STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. weeks in a week for eight consecutive
home J iuppUei.Ve are going to | sent of the said states arevoid. NOTICE IS HER EBY GIVEN THAT IN PUR- Dose the this Ocala the Banner othfl
we can heartily of iTth day of
say- suance instructions from the Commissioner Oct. A. D. laoL i
I hive a union Christmas tree at the I :I may receive the answer! "All I "We shall be fPIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKholders ofthe General Land Office,under authority STSISTKDNK.R.L. r.J :'\ V
I of the Central National Bank of vested in him by section 2455. U. S. Revised ANDERSON Clerk Circuit Court. ;,
Congregational church on Saturday who were eligible to vote." I The monument will be a continual Ocala will be held at the offices of the bank at n Statutes as amended by the act of Congress Complainant's and WH. HOCEU, "' OF '
a. m.. the loth January, io.for the purpose approved February a6. t895 we will proceed. to Soiidto.s 10.21-W. :"
evening Sltb. Come and join us, we In return I ask who were eligible? reminder of the valor, the patriotism of electing directors and transacting any othernecessary ; offer at public sale on A P.FOR.

will see that you have a good time and I answer my own question (sub- and the sacrifices of -ovr brave men, in the offices business.of the bank.The meeting will be held L next. at this the office n day,the oj following January tract, rgos of, land. NOTICE '.._- .

and get a too. ject to refutation) those i lesTin the turmoil HERBERT FORD. to-wit: south hall of northwest quarter. section !
present, "Only were of this busy life we I F. L. President. 4. township 15 south range 23 east. In the circuit ,...rt of the Fifth ora
WATSON Cashier. Judicial
Morning Star lodgo No. 91 F. & A.M. eligible who had not borne arms, or forget, 12-23-31 above Any described and all persons lands claiming adversely the :I G. S.ef Scott Florida, in and for Marion county Chetti, ,
are to file their as Receiver, etc., That
held regular communication Saturday given aid or comfort to the so- alled Lest we forget" claims in this office on or before the'day above Wm end1ctoD and Zemula Complainant C. l1dlctoJ1 is. i_
APPLICATION FOR LEAVE designated for the commencement of said sale,
17. The following officers Confederate States of America The following prominent citizens TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. otherwise their rights will be forfeited. I VT.IS Defendants. too nl

- were elected to serve for another During the war between the states have been appointed to act with the i HENRY s. CHUBB.W.Receiver.G. ROBINSON Register 12 9 C.4'Pendleton herein ORDER1DTIjTTfl named be and, Wm. Pendletoll DEPED4NT and Zenda'$ gif u i

year: committee from the Daughters I V'OT.CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE to appear to the bill they are hereby required defectcp
were the so-called seceded states in of the: i> 9th day ot January A. I).. J905. I will apply on or before ot complaint in this vauc""
Clarence J. Smith, W. M I[ to Honorable Robert Bullock, county judge in NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
as a memorial
John 1'. LewU S. W. or out of the Union? commission and for Manon county. state of Florida at his I0VtA&2tdaVOfJanwuj. 4. Dal4. w
to solicit and office in Ocala. in said for It further "
receive county an order ordtred that
: Ja*. A. Keyrolds, J. W. So quickly as possible please informme subscriptions authorizing:me. as Guardian of the minor heirs j Department of the Interior be week for a COpy of this order : THESPHU
to Land eight
the funft?
for the monument, of the estate of Kate H, Kagan deceased. to sell I 'I Office at wee ksintheS Banner, COD4et\1t1n
John If. Moon, Treas. i and very much oblige. viz: Mr. Frank Harris at private sale the following property belonging t Gainesville, Fla., December S. J904 Done this the rSth day of October. ..

Cornie Blue, Sect. Yours truly, Hubbard, Col John M. Major Martin G.1.Mrs.. : to An said undivided c.state; to one wit:fifth interest In the north j I NOTICE i IS HEREBY turned GIVEN THAT THE *. "l". blSTRCNK.9 ADO!
II IIItf" .
B. I. Hull Chap. hall of south east quarter and south half of the ', his intention lDg 10 make settler has filed notice of, B.L. Anderson and W. Clerk circuit COurt. .:
James M. FLORTDIAN. Edward Badger Mrs. Frank Harris, nonh east quarter of section thirty four and port of bis claim, and commutation that said proof in sup Solicitor tOt Complainant.Hocker ., who bambllfc
Fort S. D. "proof will be '
the northwest
quarter, and northwest quarter j made before Clerk Circuit Court 10 II
Lewis W. WiUon, D. D. Mrs. J. T. Lancaster. of south west quarter. of section thirty-five all J Ocala Fla.on

THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL.To --- in township thirteen south range 'nineteen. .... .., .January. JO, 1905. I
Andrew J, Snell Tyler. Adjourned for the Holidays. containing 360 acres in alt, in Marion county f -viz=;-;-; uajusier- Alien.- -Mattel, Fla Homestead NOTICE i I; P,1>ec
Florida 32794 for the east half of
Installation west
of the above
officers quarter,
After of .
the Editor of the Ocala trying Alexander Graham Said interest in lands belonging to the estate southwest quarter of northwest
Banner.A / In
quarter the Itc:
will be on the 27th St. Johns day.All yesterday "for something oi the said Kate F. Ksgan. deceased to be sold northwest quarter of southwest quarter and of CUlt of Circuit Court of the Fifth JudklaJ Ci,. -I the
few when concerningof for the best interest of said miner hears. section 20,township 15 south Florida in and for
years ago, the Funnel- range 21 east. Marion
Masons are cordially invited to a cow," the said cow being the This 8th day of Dec.. 1904. He names the following witnesses to prove his Iu Chancel'J'. County, : .1mpll

meet with the lodge at 1 Ion Phosphate Co. wanted to make a 12 94t J.E. KAGAN, Guardi' n. continuous residence upon and cultivation of G. S.Scott as Receiver,etc.. .
m. of
Mr. Complaiuut.
p. property W. T. Forbes of An- .... said land. viz: Dave Jacobs. of Mattel, Fla., c'V. McCoy and Mamie n. I

Wishing for the Banner and all its freight rate with the. Plant System, thony, and for which Graham got Annsted Staggers Lewis ot Mart of el.Martel Fla ,.Hackless of Martel, Fla Henry Ii IS ORDERED:; 1t McCoy, Dtfendantt' .
I force a very merry Christmas and a it would not entertain any such prop- two years on the hard roads: the ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CRtD- Martel,Fla. Williams, ct E. herein nanie C. V.THE McCoy DEPE.'fDANTIi and Ibft\ie: } !TejBHae
J2 9 W. G. McCoy be
happy new Register.NOTICE are
year court took a for hereby re'iu1rtd
osition. It sent men to Port Inglist recess the holidays. appear to the bill of complaint In this to -
--- or before cause OU
: H.mssts.dCtmI6OACre$ for Sale who looked the situation Thomas Savage, the colored preacher OF
over and APPLICATION FOR Monday Ute
: In the famous red land of Dade that Port started out and tuceeeded as 1.1 itors, legatees. distributees and aU persons TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. It is further ordered JanJlaTJ/that ..4. D., lp $,
would never an amateur having claims demands be a copy oJ thia
Chadwick or against the estate of published orser -
was given once
county, 10 TJproved{ small 2 H. T.Wartmann. weeks a week for eight J
amount to deceased -to present the in the Ocala CODMolb,e
room l lot KwUt ....',., ; SO Avacado anything-that the scheme four years but on account of his age tame within two years to the undersigned or 'NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT nv Done thisthe 17th Banner.ISEAL day('fOct..
A. .
they be barred. This the day of D..
and his 4th day of Octo : January, )
pear tr... It.n r. ,j S'-''IL1 of the cityof was impractical. What are the con- pathetic plea, the judge's ber. 1904. I apply to Hon.R. Bullock, un\y jufen wtll S.T. SISTRUNIt. aC1V
Clerk -1
heart was softened and E. L. WARTMAXN. 1 for Marion county.stale of and R. t.Anderson Cira t Owrt-
dition reducedhis Honda:
of and _
Miami things today? Thousands in at his office 'Wm. HOCker t
olid ay 3 miles from station ; of 10 7 Et Administrator. Ocala in said county for an order 1021 8w

; on railroiMiami to Key West. : dollars worth of freight are shippedout The sentence to three years. estatfof me.Jos.as guardian M. Beuton of the minor heir authorizing ot the- ..-Complainantl'LADMINISTRATOR'S Solici1Ol1. \.
jury for the deceased
: next term will be to seU ------
This land I is rich and ,valuable private sal the at -----
pe n- and received at Port NOTICE TO CREDITORS. fOllowing property
Inglis. Some belonging
composed of the estate. InJUn 1
_; liarly adapted to the growth of all following gentlemen four of n T'b- tl one. two, three and NOTICE. :
foreign is
ship of
being loaded there near viz: CaldwelT.. block tiurtyfour > : -
tropical fruits. Beyond the frost in UNDERSIGNED addition to be sold .
BEEN benefit the
of Mitchell '
lyall the time. Tberailroads D. E. Mclver, DS. Woodrow T. THE as executor of the MCIver Benton minor NonCE Is GI\'rUl
a laud of perpetual spring. Price $400. have lost estate of McCormick of said Jas.M. Bent: D. deceased. child d. THAT 0:0. TBU
L C. Froman M. Neat, deceased notice it hereby minor owns a Who ?!511.BKSTO thradmiUU y. .4 JII"'aary A. D.
all this Frink C. G. Frazier one-bait f 1905. a
undivided :
freight. Will "": we"
For further particulars apply to they continue given to all creditors legatees and distributees said lots. Said land interest in estate of .l: ewfl! annexed of the [
their B. F. Smith, H. M. Estridge 0. and all persons having claims or demands the said Jas. M. Bentoll.belonging to the estate of 'I present hits. }oIu." deceased, J '*' GROWlmdlM
C. M. unjust discriminations deceased my
BROWN against against said estate to present the same within for to be sold and final
B. Miller thebestinterestofsaid 10 be report tad un':
W. D. Roberts 0. W. Reagan two years. This 7th day of December. A. D, This minor heir. dtschrged as such sdministrat
tt-202t-Ul interior 9th day of HOtl ,
Fla. thE
Miami towns December kobt. to
until the 19Q4. BullOCk
towns [seek A. P. Baskin, J..C. DuPre. 1904.16-8t HENRY L. DICKSON.Executor. :2-t6 CA&RIE'It. I. county,Fhrida. county w.judge for Karioa J1dud
2.IUN, 1
1 _.
Guardian. Admr.Ith
wW _:S><<
]OU"'jrd.jp904. sinued .
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It r: Hymenial. r It remains true, and cannot be too I S.A..STAiVDLKY. J LEE MILLER-- -.r 0 F'

From Sunday's Daily. often repeated, that the right kind of -

[!" Few Failures of There has been quite a number of a farmer; can make more money in S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

weddings all over Floiida during the Florida\ than in any state of the un

! ci National past week. ion. His investment need not be
Banks r The Pinrjacle of -Human S\ill.
1..., Among the most prominent ones more than one-quarter to one-tentl 4' i'll
f was that of Miss Eliza McDougall,ot so much as in other states. His labor
fly WILLIAM B. is less exacting, his financial Has been reached .in our carrigaes t. '
RIDGELY. Comptroller Tallahassee, and Mr. James Messer, 1 4
the off risk is smaller, and his lot altogether :
Currency of Jacksonville, which took place at happier. Keep this fact moving 9 buggies and harness. The only way

the bride's home Wednesday at among your friends in the bleak and ., they can ever be better is to raise the .

noon. desolate north.-Tampa Times I elevate- '
pinnaole- the standard and "

': national bank bank whoso officers STRICTLY obeyed this Valdosta Wednesday afternoon even then our vehicles will be found : i
act ever failed-NOT ONE. Miss Aline Jones and >tr. Julien sat -:, } ;
:; NO most bo Mid that kit may al- rMFfi1InG the top. They are not so high in -' :
not one which did not Prewitte, of Jacksonville, were quietly 5 s
excs Of the 10 per cent limit has ever failed. Thenrac married. hI i\ 'f (' ) prices, though, as to be out of reach __' "

tiooifly universal rule is that all failures due 'Another prominent Jacksonville 'fi F: S1 J? I', "J 1'E c-Itlfrr-_ of most vehicle users. Let ns quote _.
are to
leaaa to generally owned or controlled RilColumbus\r! I : <
fej THE OFFICERS OF THE BANK itself. Agnes Lynch and Mr. Joseph Henry c 1h U U I a: 'to... ..
In the comptroller's LIVERY FEED & SALE
offiee, when any question is raised in Corrigan at the church of the Im- Ohio, May 20, 1903- STABLE :
regard to a bank and the .
exaaWa I had attack d
moculate Conception early Wednes- Six years ago a severe -- -- --- -- --- .
reports are sent for, the first thing looked at is loans to offi- Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid uf .
e* $ and directors and then day morning. in bed for six: months, and the doctors 1
excess loans. If the officers owe the bank Wednesday morning at 10 o'clockin had did me no good. They changed medicines :
little ot nothing and there are no excess loans it is every week and nothing they prescribed McMilan Bros
seldom necessary the Baptist church at Lake City, seemed to help me. Finally I began
to look much farther, FOR THE BANK IS ALMOST SURE TO i Miss Cassie Little Flint and Mr. John : the use of S.S.S. My knee and ethos .{... .
BE FOUND IN joints were swollen terribly, and at onetime
' GOOD CONDITION. Franklin McCall, of Perry, were my joints were so swollen and painful Southern Copper Works

ThuG are rare cases of sudden flight of bank officers disclosing united in marriage and on the same that I could not close them whir -,
I opened. I was so bad that I could not
unexpected forgeries, defalcations or theft of money leaving the bank day in the afternoon at Live Oak move knee or foot. I was-getting discour Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills]] :: -::
be ,when I S. S :
aged, sure began
you may
t wreck but these almost Miss Claire Dexter was married to .
are invariably THE LAST
OF A CHAIN S.,but as I saw it was helping me I continued and
ftl misdeeds beginning with the loaning of undue and illegal amounts Mr. Edward Porter at the home of it, and to-day I am a sound well man Metal Workers. 1
and have never had a return of the disease.
by the officers to themselves or concerns in which they are interested. her father, Mr. II. F. Dexter. S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me {
Wednesday afternoon in Madison of this severe case of Rheumatism after Old Stills token in exchange for new ones. Patching .
believe tho limit loans is the .
else had failed. I have
everything recommended
Miss Mary Louise Thomas and Mr. through the country a specialty Orders by mail or. :
: of all the restrictions of the'bank act. I am inclined to agree it to others with good re wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
John N. Edmonson plighted their sults. R. H. CH.u>m.N. 1
II with the views of most of my predecessors in office who have recommended 135 Mt.Vernon Ave. following works "
troth in the. presence of a few of their ..
that the 10 per cent limit be extended to cover surplus as well r The poisonous acids that produce the inflammation .
friends at the bride's home.
and pain are absorbed into the FAYETT MLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA. J '
.I but I should rather '
M capital, see no change than pare this provision Tuesday at noon in Ocala Miss blood and Rheumatism can never be conquered

z'' '. side too liberal. Sallie Janet Priest and Mr. Kenon I, till these are neutralized and filtered JACKS. YILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA (
out of the blood and system. S.S.S. ,
Thee statements may suggest the question, If absolute safety lies Hugh Gaines, Milltown,Ala., were i goes directly into the circulation and attacks <

in the enforcement of this clause of the law, why is it not strictly and married by Rev. L. B. Warren at the stores the the disease blood itself.to a healthy It purifies, vigorous and re -- -

absolutely enforced by the comptroller's office ? Fortunately it does! Baptist church. condition. It contains no potash,alkali 01 a

-sot necewarfly follow that ALL banks that violate this section.DO. Revolution--- Imminent other, but strong is guar.minerals H. H. HUN TEE

fail, and unfortunately there are several serious difficulties which prefect A sure sign of approaching revolt anteed entirely 1 f
vegetable.Vrite Successor to G. A. Hunter. ;
the literal and invariable enforcement of the 10 per cent pro- and serous trouble_ fn your system is S S us and our physicians i" ;u
S will advise .
YJfifon. The moet lerioua handicap is the lack of any MODERATE nervousness,sleeplessness,or stomachh without any Gun and Locksmith t I 1

penalty enforcible by the comptroller. The only penalty provided upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly charge Our book w on atever.Rheu ,

? h,. the bank act for a violation of this,provision is a suit by the comptroller dismember the troublesome causes. matism sent free. Repairing a Specialty. j 1

! f for a forfeiture of 'the bank's charter-that is, there is nol It never fails to-tone-' -the-stomach- The Swift Specific Company,Atlanta, Ga.DtlIJ'g Satisfaction Fully Guaranteed. ;,, t =!
the and bowels. Sti- iI
regulate kidneys
-" talahment but death for even a misdemeanor.In Opposite City Hall. Ocala, Florida. : '
mulates the liver, and clarify the r
has felt justified in invoking&k i"
; forty no comptroller ever "
years blood, run down[system .benefit par- -
; .c severe retribution for such violations as have occurred. Violation: ticularly and all the asual attending "

t t.: which result seriously enough to justify such punishment invariably aches vanish under its searching and REFLECT ft MOMHT.[ t 1:

1. bring it on at once Jn the insolvency of the bank, which terminate thorough effectiveness. Electric illlili'l!;:?' t'' :.iii, 4?:; ( 'S _..
is 1 I'J
Bitters is only 50c. and that returned -
f ij tie charter in a receivership without any suit if it don't give perfect satis- / Have you decided on the kind of = :;

LI ; f& faction. Guaranteed by Tyding- & ',, fertilizer you are going to use? It's ,

Co druggists. m l l ;t not a question of how much, but -' I

I Qualities That Attract the -.-.- -- GA' Tr xt what kind w'i3i: tia! best: result :

The Ocala Banner is moved to in- can be obtained. You can't 'make a
-, By T. P. O'CONNOR. famous
".Ppposite SexO .J.t Editor quire: "Why longer continue the S mistake when you use our high grade
farce and folly of a railroad commis- fertilizers.
; ALL THE sion?" The only reason we can'seefor 1Iighe3t.Clsh: price paid for dry bones

KNOW NONE SO INSOLUBLE AS THE QUALITIES the continuance is that a major-

; ,i WHICH ATTRACT ONE PARTICULAR :MAN TO ity of the people of Florida seem to Sash, Doors and Blinds. FL3 IDA FERTILIZER MFG COMPANY,

ONE PARTICULAR WOMAN, OR VICE VERSA. I delight in being taxed for the pur- Our line of the above articles, as Gainesville, Fla.

I am sure that most men are quite unable to understand why it is1 that pose of maintaining four-men in well as ail kinds of materials of the

one of their fellow men is able to excite the tumultuous admiration of good positions-three railroadIcom- same character, is the most completeto :: -

; that often find the charms to men missioaers and their secretary.-Bar- be found hereabouts, and there is oca
tome women, and I am sure women no discount on r, the quality either. RACE.Successor .
is this the case Courier-Informant.
much tow
g of one of their sex even as incomprehensible. So We endeavor to supply every; want
'_ with are rarely the head of our to Central Luraocr Co.
women that under
.. that as a general rule the men who are popular When you want a pleasant purga- comes Dealer In n
.,.: and similarly the woman who carries all before tive try Chamberlain's Stomach and business, and according to common ; -
popular with men, not far off
excites the admiration of her fellow women. Liver Tablets. They are easy to take I report it. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,
her with men rarely I the track. we are doing
and no nausea, griping or
rational] ground produce Case and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
Sometimes even we'ourselves are unable to give any other disagreeable effect. For sale Ocala agents for the Chaiiasocga
'f- another. LOVE IS' BLIND 1 Mill ani Fsttcn's Sun-Proof Paints. Manufacturer of .
for our pereference of one person over by all druggists. m Newels Columns Door ans.t'indow
Turned Casings
YETTINUES COX- Ballusters\ ,
& CO. ,
BUT LOVE OFTEN Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School} s

TO LOVE. It is not true to say that people see no of faultsin these MEATOX Ocala C Fla. Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I hm constantly

tho* they love; often they are even painfully conscious receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

faults, and even when they see these faults the fascination toward remain each. I' COLD KTOUAUE It Will sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

Indeed, the attraction which men and women exercise We desire to announce that the '
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other remains, as I have unconsciously said, the insoluble THE LEADING mystery. MOTIVE cold ing storage of meat department for Owners for the is now cur- I! Pay You ''eo8 c6ss-- .. s.sSs.....s.s

What I believe
AT'rRAarIOX 'VIlleR ONE MAN FEELS FOR I We Keep a full stockof :
OF THE open.We the Cold Storage Pirne have Real Estate
A PARTICULAR WOMAN TIllS r> of Florida, have given the IF to sell, .

FOR A PARTICULAR MAN IS THE SENSE THAT O"'N.The curing of meats the closest study for OR C \rKyTHE SEAL Old Velvet, i
COMPLEMENT OF and uniform past successis
OTHER BEING IS TIlE years, our @ i
makeup for nature is the very best evidence of our You're thinking of coming Old McBrayer
in his own 1C .
of the' wants e
man is conscious ability to serve y.u. When, there- 1 1 to Florida for a home,
be hugegifts .
if there even
too niggardly ever to make n perfect being; fore, we announce heady, we want g Mark Rogers, : .
there are certain to be equally great you to appreciate that it means superior OR
in woman, .
B. JUan f
._ ; of .dfts'h' makeconscious equipment,including duplicate in m Charter, .
is i IMIF You desire to invest any ::
The ,
Ue1ecte. man, say he is lacking machinery, in case of accident, and
qualities in which kind of Florida property, C)
up, and he seeks in a woman the 'V OMAN' OF HIGH skilful assistants to do this vprk-in j I e Mt. Vernon, "
LOVES THE the best possible manner. In this
AND FEMININE connectson we cannot too stronglyurge r.:1
SPIRIT; THE ARROGANT upon our friends to take their OR WRITEN.LIVINGSTON Cascade j
STRONG, SELF WAD, .MAN Know it will Sn 11
ADORES THE of his O'nambitioD8 Meat where they 1 .
who knows his own mind and insists on"the satisfaction simply I have proper attention. It is no J. &SONS : ;- Other High .
adore a woman for to let Ts I ,
dull roan you
Often see a Cue* ,
and desires. you he feet, To those storing Q ; :
of which again. : _
serve you
her the intelligence OCALA FLORIDA. ;; *: > I ?
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.because he recognizes adore.a mall meat for the first time, we would re- j
the lack in himself, and often you see a dull woman fer to our friends-Your Neighbors S

simply because she is dazzled by his superio-gence. -who are so well satisfied with o THE PEARL : ./ .
our past faithful service. e ty f i f
R .' The same price will prevail as here- -
tofore, viz: one cent per month or .r : OF pun k 1-- Ifa

Teachers' Wages part of a month.Responsibilityagoainst.
loss or dam- Rests in every drop of4jelf} .
Increased L Seedsate
Should Be age by fire will be assumed in the C Mark Rogers whiskey. .
SchoolS of six cents per pound, and known by what they have } .
Normal value @
Illinois State Town. For half a century they
f FELMLEY President of 10 the standard-harent Pare, old ard n.ellcwu
DAvD this we will made a charge have been
j 6y Profe..or for faired once to produce bigger bee.let (9
boards should raise the scale of wagoB and INSIST t cents per one hundred pounds or trope ban l any!03 others.Meed As.SoldbJalldaJenL e suggestion to the man :
OHOOL In some .. faction thereof. ..a1 free to all&ppl1canU.D. smile "
PREPARATION. of taste brings tat a .
difficult to raise wages' on account of insufficient revenues .. per SIMON BENJAMIN, Detroit,Mich. (r) thai w ,n't come off. !

"v BENJAMIN, Sec. & Treas.
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bad tax laws. Pmtuty.OC1LA ;
suiting from the number 0, men teaching Manager. I 8
Revise, of the depression in wages> TEACHERS AEKOb : -
"I. *falls: at the rate of 500 each year.from village schools find I Shippers by freight or express will Study at HomecanBoe. 1'tDlzc.spuetime beteeredeatta.' a :. HOUSE. I -
their name plainly on Levae.. aid you
scARCE Y girls mark OCALA, FLOJlDfI
onng please ,
Lei wed not S
GROWING to 1 With the Tablet HDIIIC Study soBjjau ,
obliged address -+tumc.LL
are and n.-teepill

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; WE DO HOT BUY ',' ,, ';, *

Marylarnd ub I Old Bookie ," "

: "ttl1owedbythesttalinlh9l\rsoftime.SHA. Any stcondhatdmi '- -.' 0 :
;; Kentucky Sour Mash. '.:?.->. ',*.;.v.
lC Pure Rye TASTES old because it is old. It is a whiskey "which! time has jugs at all, and do .
The best Sour SlashVbiskey made, and we guarantee it to the trade. .
T_ brought to ripeness" It is "written down old with all the characters of not charge any .

i age".Mellowness, Ripeness, Flav('r. There are several so-called "Club"thing extra for Quarts $1.50. Pints, '175c.

Whiskeys; that are not Maryland Club. You can tell it by the taste. new ones.............. Special Price by Twelve Quarts.

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$3. 5 \ ", I Just One Minute I ICnrmirhnl -;

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We have been in the whiskey business for 20 years ,

a d have learned to buy the best on earth. .
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The. CarmIchael & Son Company.
rt 'I '' Direct from distillers and save the middle man's profit,
; J 1 and then, just think, we have no rent to pay. We
This whiskey is five years old. pure and unadulterated i own our own property and manage our own business,
and is well matured It is dist'hed especially I thereby saving large salaries. Now, why can't we
for medical and family use. i\o fan ily can afford to W ,_ sell you the better whiskey at the same price than any
bd without" it. We will), on receipt of :83.25: deliver, 1 } house in the south? We do, and will continue to do
free of express charge ;, four full quart bottles, packed I so. We carry the largest and best assortment of fine ..x '

in wooden box, with no mark except your address on i whiskey of any house, no matter where. located. ,
box For $2! we will deliver two full quart bottles, :
We Fill All orders Promptly,
same as above. Bear in mind that if you want to fur-
nish your own jug, sena it to us by express prepaid, The same day they arrive. Send us your orders and
and send us express receipt (marked paid) with your be convinced that we are the best and cheapest whiskey -
order, and deduct 35 cts. per gallon; from these prices. people on earth.Yellow .
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Yellowstone Whis Label Whis "
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Taylor & Williams f
12 quarl------------9 1 1b0 4 Quarts... ...... .. .. ........... SG.OO Delivered. I t

LOUISVILLE.. KENTUCKY. oast------------ fi.OO( 1 Quart....... .... ....-... .... 1.50 Delivered. -
We claim'everything for it, and customers claim it 1 quart _________-___ 1,ro: ) 1 Pint .... .... ._... ...:. .... .... .75 Delivered ';.:

the best on earth. 1-2 Pint... .... .... .... .. .".. .4":, Delivered. -1fi

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1 Quart ::::.... .... .. .. ...; .... .... .. .. .. 6.0 Write for Pr ce on Twelve Quarts Delivered. =
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Carmichael's Corker--Pure Rye Whiskey.

a trial order for this whiskey I we are sure, you will never regret it It ;is nine years old, and formerly sold for $1.25 per quart, but we have decided; to put
If you g. and from October 15 we will sell it for One Dollar. We cannot even sell it any less if you would buy one hundred quarts at once. We beg of you to- 4
standard _
it down at a
Don't forget the price-One Dollar Quart. '
and will refund your money. per
break it over a stump .
try just one_c.orker, and If you are not pleased ._ :

We (Eire With You GENEVA GIN.
Three and a half bottles to a gallon; 81.25 -

per gallon. Try this, and if not tickled to
When it comes to Groceries They are al- death then we are mistaken in the goods' .

Pt# ii ways fresh, and our prices generally and you do not know how to appreciate a $ t ta fi' '
little lower wlien quality good thing when you see it. -

is considered.MarKet lIt

Price Paid for Country Produce t Rye 81.50 per Gallon. 81 Half Gallon.

l.6I Gin 81.50 per Gallon. SI Half Gallon.
T of All Kinds.
Corn S1.50 per Gallon. 81 Half Gallon.
S I Prompt Attention Given to Orders by hail. Nothing extra charged for Jugs. i
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Carmichael's Pet. _
Indianapolis Brewing Com'y. K.
Full 1 00
Four full quarts delivered... ....... 4 00 Indianapolis, Ind.,. U. S A.

J Twelve full quarts delivered..... .... 1100 Keg Beer, $3.75

All beer kegs mustbe returned. $1 will be -
9 refunded for same when received.

p -- ,; Talk of being tickled, if Three Feathers
wholesale dealers in A. B. C.
We are
al wont tickle you get six. This is one of the "
BEER the best beer on earth. Brewed from -
finest whiskies on earth, and we have re. imported hops by the Americaa Brewing Co.

duced the price to $2 per quart. St. Louis, Mo.

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r Orange avenue near this city some --- y
months was found guilty of -41
.t t murder without ago recommendation,the E= SEAL BRANDTWOPOUND LOWNEY'S. =:

penalty of which is death. TINS -TE'A P QUICKCHOCOLATE y.
k I s' Hon.Napolean B. Broward, gover-
a nor-elect, will in all probability fix COFFEE. ..3-
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the date! :of his execution. .
1 r i Napolean Jackson, who stopped .-.-..- .
.a Miss Jessie Owens'horse, while she

Y was home driving near Sparr from, for Anthony the purpose to her of .II---...; -. -. >.. .-. ---. h'--"-?_" "" ---._-,.''jQ"- -.' ",,:':i# .", .r- .. X ''/'.c[''."- -.,----.-.;.".-'.1'" -i: ll y.-..-.- ....-f'"';

robbery BO it was thought, was act --..:
:! w quitted, the jury believing that his

f 1 colored. ed.identification was not fully extablish-( IG.RJCLJ1RYJLLi I I I .

) was tried and convicted of obtaining .'
< under false pretense.
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:, M. Livingston from whom --- -
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Savage obtained $-15 and gave no -- -'-
equivalent In return except piece
F of worthless ::' .:
; This case bore paper.a remarkable similarity We to.the and solicit .
z to the famous Chadwick case TH are purveyors public, your =1
: now occupying the courts. It seems --- '<
; that Parson Savage's horse lay down
; L and died. He borrowed a neighbor's patronage upon the business proposition of giving 3 .
;, horse, came to town and made a bill
; : of sale to the dead horse and as the "
. 6' to evidence disclosed borrowed no les! Value Not
Full \ Received. 1
,G y than800, Messrs. C. M. Livingston, you merely pretty wrappers \)
E. C. Smith and, Mclver & Mackay ....... .

If., being man had among been the given victims.more If time the old he t or packages but upon the guarantee of the best 3 :

would perhaps have got up a reputation -
t equal to that of the Ohio female
?', k financier. known manufacturers and dealers in the world and
t' f In all the above cases, Mr. E. W. 3
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Davis, acting for States Attorney I

I f"<.-. r ': _t r Allred)Major,L.represented T. Izlar the the defense.state I and 'II: we make prices based on the QUALITY. consistent with :: ..

Among those who contributed ,

one stories hundred for the dollars Times-Union were:Mrs.: prize Mamie of E a legitimate profit. Remember our motto is "Goods

L:. Howse-Stovall Mrs.Beatrice Marean. V.?
Mrs. William Sinclair and Mrs. Dr.J. ea-
--< e E. Ennis, of this city. The stories Must be "
were all printed in the Christmas E as Represented or Money BackWe ;
edition of the Tim s-Uniou and some
y of them are most excellent. the --- .' ,. < -
t- prize winners will be announced I -- ',, ', ".,-, '- -. ..,.'''--' "" !-l"'JJW F"LJ. t:6'h: \"- -- ___ -
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I E have the following articles, just received: Sweet Pickle Peaches,' .=:
No Case of -- I
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1 s Pneumonia : and Tid-Bit Chocolate, Stuffed Dates and Figs, Cherries in Maraschino y J;
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0- Mint Sauce, Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce, Preserved Cherries :::
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w ktT z on Record :: and Figs, Roquefort Edam, Pineapple and Sap Sago Cheese, Honey in ".

t t There is no case on record Comb, Crystalized and Preserved Ginger, Pure Maple Syrup, "King.'' '.

t Pneumonia of a cold, or resulting other seriOUS : in- F and in fact all the standard makes of .goods, those that the name is a =j :

a lung trouble, after STRICT GUARANTEE of the purity of their quality.. 3..

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:H:- E ii I HONEY E There is nothing too fine or too good for us to procure forour cus', :: ':'

towers We handle the best In Coffees and Teas we handle Chase :-:-:4- "

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: f and TARhad & Sanborn's' Famous Boston Coffees, world-wide reputation for quality, c _

been taken. and in Can Goods there is nothing to surpass the quality of E EI -;.
; r ; It stops{ the cough and --- ",-
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: heals the
r, t :. lungs and prevents ;

.f i. :' j e a cold.Do not serious take results chances from on I "ROYAL SCARLET- BRAND?" ....i,

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cold _
a wearing away or .i

x k :Y:, experiment preparation with some that unknown They have been tried and found to be just as guaranteed We want _-4

s g;- costs Foley's you Honey the and same Tar.as I T you to call and see that we have and do just as we say ,

r i y;. i get Remember the genuine.the name and Yours for More Business: .

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story: "I suffered for three months witha
severe cold. A druggist prepared me
i; some metllciuc: 'i i i physician pre-
scribed for me, c:'j nut improve
3 } c I then tried Fr- Honey and Tar, l'EAPOTGROCE
,. and eight doses .edme." :
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i The 50 cent size contains two and ., :::
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