The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 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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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.'


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;! Chlldren'S Beautiful Party I I Mrs. Allred Entertains. Mr. and Mrs Clifton Camp, who I

I < Wednesday afternoon:Misses Mrs. N. M. Allred was the charm, since their marriage on the fifth of YEARS'I

: and Theo Wallis, the beautiful ing hostess of the Young Ladies' afternoon : October, have been visiting differ- FOR EIGHT :

Waterman daughters of 'Mr. and Mrs. Card Club Wednesday, and ent countries in Europe, arrived
home Wednesday morning. Their
Wallis gave one of the prettiest the young ladies who were present :
voyage home was quite a stormy one i I
i moat!! elaborate children's parties spent a pleasant afternoon. and
very they I
were almost
S I I I delayed a We have '
given in Ocala. Progressive whist was played and at week. Mr. and Mrs. Camp will remain pursued t
Self FillingFountain Nearly fifty of their little boy the conclusion of the games it was in Ocala until after the wed
. ,. ding of Mr. Camp's sister, Miss Lucy policy -looking after
girl friends were present and found that Miss Edith Taylor had 11
Camp and Mr. George F. Armstrong,
the early part of the afternoon the most and '
points was given the of Savannah.TDi1ID sonly
; ;t '- Pen, door games, such as football prize, a beautiful little"vase. Misses ; that part of otherpeople's # l" ,,

t .. : different running games were Woodrow, Pereda, Mable and Edith )
business which '::1
t J ,' Later on the children were Taylor each won ten games and on '

".'t' s.:::, to the house, which had been cutting for the prizes, a very dainty : W ODROW' ,
I. _- : prettily decorated for the party little handkerchief, the former won they voluntarily entrusted :

: bamboo, ferns, palms and red it. 'Room it PO. Block.OcalLUAt 1
I ES'1'.UE:LOA1'S.nmSTKENTSPh : .; to our care. ;:
mas bells, the house was Lovely refreshments were served ,. .
phate Lands a Specialty.I {
and lighted with candles after the games.

it, SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY pink and red. In one corner The young ladies present were have the following properties in mi H IB _!

dining room fruit lemonade Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Miss Esther Ocala and vicinity for sale: Munroe & ChamblissBANKERS
l 1. House and lot
served by Miss Mary Apperson, Weathers and her guests, Misses Ma on Ocklawaha '::

a bowl placed under a lovely J ble and Edith of Cincinnati avenue, between the residence of '
Taylor ,
P. o DRUG STORE. Mr. Tydings and Mrs. Howselately ,
lantern. Three tables were set Misses Janie Woodrow, Gertrude vacated by Dr. W. V. Newsom. Ocala, S Florida J

) all sorts of good things dear Pereda, Sue Barco, Sara and Violet 2. Two story house and lot on '

$ children were served. At Harris, Iattie Dye, Valeta PotterJ South Orange street, belonging to ;If-i! ,

':. AAAAWW.W plate were Japanese doiles Johnnie Liddon. Mary Anderson Mrs. Annie Martin and next door THE PROVED
to residence of D. S. Woodrow. : tj
mented with big red Louella Gary, Meta Jewet. ,
3. All of block 22 Caldwell's ad-
which the children carried Miss Barco will entertain the club
: SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS; Local Editor. dition to Ocala (one acre) being the .BEST. i
souvenirs. Other souvenirs next week.
j --- .- .._.m __ __ property immediately north of Mr. a. .a
happy afternoon were tin Head About to Burst From Severe J. R. Moorehead's home. <: j 01,

::1X LOCAL HAPPENINGS X big red roses filled with Bilious Attack 4. The Alfred Davis house and lot From Colorado to the Atlantic f-

These were hanging on a pretty "I had a severe bilious attack and on South First street next door to Coast From Maryland to the Gulf

..... Christmas tree and were felt like my head was about to burst J. A. Pittman & Son's furniture of Mexico theYOUNG 1
when I got hold of a free sample of store.
The store of Connell and Marsh at Something doing all the time. If to the children by Mr. Wallis. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 5. Lewis Plater workshop on South & MAJLIS 1

Panasoffkee was burned Dec 27. I it is not raining it is making frenzied The attractive little Tablets.' I took a dose of them after Second street. >

preparations.Mr. the afternoon were assisted by supperfand the next day I felt like anew 5. The Campobello Plantation 2 1-2 Eden and Blue Gem

f : Newcomb Barrs, of High Springs, father and mother and Miss man, and have been feeling happy -- miles southeastof town; consistingof And The

h: is visitiing ,at the home of his relatives John Z. Reardon, after spend son in giving their little ever since," says Mr. J. W. Smithof 76 acres cleared and fenced land Young & Mathis ,Cantaloupes, \

r Mrs. Julia Palmer and family. j I I ing Christmas with friends in Ocala, happy afternoon. stomach Julifi,troubles Texas. and For biliousness, and 165 acres of mixed oak, hickoryand Eden Gem, Pollock and !

returned to Savannah Tuesday. --,-- constipationthese pine land of first quality, 6
The hard road from Ocala to Dunn- i Coughing: Soell Caused tablets have no equal. Price room house, outhouses, etc. The Genuine Rocky Ford. J
25c. For sale all
ellon should be the first work of the Mr. Ben Mayo after spending "Harry Duckwell, aged .25 by druggists. m property is right on the A. C. L. STANDARD MELONS. i
I railway and has a fine deposit of FROM '..
choked death Approaching Nuptials.Mr. '"
New Year. Christmas here with relatives, has returned to early
lime it. have the best in their greater
1 -------t- morning at his home, in the and Mrs. Henry A. Blackburn, on proven grown j
to his home in Jacksonville.Miss .
their shipping
A lovely Christmas:present to Mr. i of his wife and child. He of Live Oak, have announced the approaching 7. The Rogers place on the south- qualities laud exqasiU jopenor deliciousness and -.

and Mrs. T. E. Biggs was a beautiful a slight coM a few days ago west edge of town, consisting of a beauty.
Jeffie Bell of Tallahassee
of their
I ,
two house and 80 of STANDARDS now and bring :;
baby, who was left at their but little attention to It. story acres They are
littly girl spent Christmas with her brother he seized with Julia, to Mr. Claude Thornton Ans- land. the highest prices in all the best markets. I
: morning was a
home Saturday night. I Carefully saved seed from perfectly shaped ;
f and sister in this city. ley on the afternoon of Wednesdaythe
coughing which lasted for some 8. The Wade Hoard property con- and perfectly ripened melons fcr sale. }
Mr. Albert H. Birdsey, lit Forsyth, I - '- His wife sent for a physician eleventh of January at 2 o'clockin sisting of small house and lot due Pull proof and particulars and pnce list <"4-

the Mr. Bert Dosh spent Christmas in fore he could arrive another the Presbyterian church. south of D. E. elver's residence. furnished on Personal or written applies 3
Ga. who has been spending past Blackville,S.C.
Lion to C. H MATH I ,
Jacksonville and witnessed the Ocala- I and Duckwell
ing spell came on
week in Ocala, left Wednesday for I From two-thirty to five o'clock a 9. 2 1.2 acres of land on South Or H. F. YOUNC & CO. 308 Washington j
1 Jacksonville football from suffocation.-St. Louis Tenth street of ,New York ,
game. adjoining property City. I1:2S'3D :\
large reception will be held at the ,
Georgia.Mr. Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901." J. M. Meffert, suitable_forsubdivid- "" '

M. D. Turnipseed and daughter Rev. L. B. Warren, who has been Horehound syrup would have home of Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn, ing into, lots, known as the Gamble Pure, fresh drugs are the only kinds

Miss Flossie, of Dunnellon, are I spending the holidays in'Macon, has him. 25c. 50c. and $1.00. after which Mr. and Mrs. Ansley will place. used in prescriptions filled by Tydings

the guests of Mr.. A. J. Leavengood returned to the city. nopoly drug store. leave for New York, Washington and 10. 70xliO foot loton Wniona street, & Company. Tell your yhysician to. ,

home on North -- .- --- other cities for a wedding trip of sev- next door to residence of R. G. leave your prescriptions there to be. .'t".
and at their
family Miss Mary Burford's Party.About Blake. filled. x 'k
Mr. W. M. Nelson, of Jacksonville, eral weeks. :
Magnolia Street. twenty-five young -_ I s n'
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. M. C. Mr. Ansley is the popular young .. :
Mr. Will Hough, f Union Springs, assembled at the home of Miss -1
Looney in this city. .r'I Atlantic Coast Line agent at Live
'w Ala., arrived in the city yesterday I I Burford Tuesday night and CLEARING OUT SALE
Oak and a number of years ago resid- '
for a short visit to his brother, Mr. I Mr. Frank Ditto has returned from very merry evening with her. -- .:
el in Ocala. He went from here to -
Geo. A. Hough. Jacksonville, where he spent Christ- The first amusement was a Of all Winter Millinery F
Thomasville, Georgia, but for the
259 will mas day with his parents.Mr. mas tree, which was very AT COSTI! '
; If the holder'of; ticket i past two years has been residing at 11 1
decorated and lighted and .
fame at the 0. K. Groceryhe 1 Live Oak. He has friends in
r which Enrique Washington, of Savannah present on it for all of Miss ) many Mrs. Tompkins will sell all kinds of Winter Millinery at bargains -
will be awarded the football i ,, Ga., spent Sunday and Monday guests. this city, who are very much inter- from Dec. 1. to January 1, 1905. Bargains in prices in fine "

has been on exhibition there for 1 with friends .in Ocala. ested in the announcement of his en- goods. Closing out Sale. Thirty days' bargains. All winter
The in the nature
tIr. party was
some days. gagement to one of that city's most stock sold in that time, or less if possible. '
The Christmas tree for the Grace "salamagundi, different
attractive and ladies.
) and Mrs. M. L. Payne, there in at eadh table. popular young
ing played
Episcopal Sunday school held at the Mrs L. T Tompkins. .
Ocala Wednesday on their way home I armory Monday night was a most Harris, jr., and Miss Nettie Of Interest to Mothers.
from a Christmas visit to their daughter delightful affair.ExPoliceman. proved to be the most expert Thousands of little ones die every Opposite Pittman's Furniture Store.

Green at Belle- year of croup. Most of them could
P. Wilson and
Mrs. players they were a I i
have been saved by a few doses of ,
view. Herring went downto pretty prizes. Y
Foley's Honey and Tar, and every ."

:Mr. Buck and Miss Amelia Buck, Inverness Tuesday. He' will After the playing! of these family with children should keep it Do YOU Need (Iny fURNITUftE

of Lake City .are spending a few engage in the turpentine. business. at interesting games a supper in the house. It contains no opiates :

in Ocala with their daughter that place. served. and is safe and sure. Mr?. GeorgeII.

s days Mrs. C. N. Kirkland at I This was one of the prettiest Pickett, San Francisco, Cal., We have a large stock, and will sell you cheaper for cash than .
and sister, Mr. James A. Harris, of Panasoffkee writes: "My baby had a dangerous you can buy anywhere else in the state. Try us and see. ;--j::; I,, ,
ies that has been given by the ; ,
Palmer's.We I attack of and we thought'shewould '
Mrs. passed through Ocala:. Monday set" and the croup Goods* sold on the installment plan, part cash and balance 1& :
guests death but dose
young choke to
; one
small to suit convenience.
regret that Col. R. F. Rogers afternoon enroute to Oregon, wherehe dayments your ,
with the I popular: young hostess were of Foley's Honey and Tar relieved Usaey Criers Eecsre Pre::rt Attention { .JJ
c has severed his connection will spend the winter.Mr. fortunate. her at once after other remedies had If 7C':1: Can't Cess Writs tJ: Us for Pr':es. '; ':

. ,.' Marion Farms and hope that we will i -- -- T_ failed. We are never a minute with- We always have a lot of bargains that it will pay you to:taken :c
Karl Weihe is down from the house." Post office advantage of. j j
. still retain him as a citizen. i A Frightened Horse out it in drug -
;i' I Jacksonville spending a few days store. m 1

PT-: Mr. Robert Adams has accepted a i! with his parents Mn. and Mr. F. G. Running like mad down the Miss Edith--Nash, who has been Ocala Furniture Company. ij
the 11
dumping occupants, or a
\i%: 4 position with the Ocala House I II .B. Weihe. dred other accidents, are spending Christmas at Ocala, the

I .i' cashier. He has many friends among j I guest of her brother, George A.I ;: \
; who Master Charlie Nixon, son of Rev.T. I occurrences. It behooves ev :
the state *#" !
the traveling men of Nash, is expected to return home to- I
:. J. Nixon, of the Methodist Con- to have a reliable salve handy :
t will be pleased to know he is 1101'1 nirrht.Ir.. Nash will accompanyher > BOB C
there's none as good as
is relatives in
ference, visiting Ocala
connected with this popular and spend several days with his
,),1... I for the holidays.Mrs. Arnica Salve. Burns, cuts, parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Nash. THE OCAL0 NEWS T
"' Swearingen departed i eczema and piles, disappear COMPfINY.S
Mrs. T. J. Reddick ,
: she will John formerly of under its soothing effect. -Tampa Tribune. *

Et' 'yesterday for Ocala where friends. Brooksville, but who since the deathof Tydings & Go's drug store. Mr. and Mrs. W.1.. Ross and I II I 1

.> spend a few days- among her husband has been living in --- --- daughter, Miss Mamie, Mrs. S. F.I I GOODS
A Fine Mearschaum
: Those who Chester S. C., is in caaisit too Pipe. Ross and Miss Lutie Smith, of Ocala, ,

L .. pleasant sojourn-Gainesville Sun. her cousin: Mrs. .,. :Newsom. The fine $75 mearschaum pipe passed through Tampa Saturdayfor Of All Kinds. Wholesale and Retail a '

;: Louis j7 Brumby, of Ocala, the fled during the Christmas Sarasota, to visit the family of ryl
Miss Annie Williams, of Auburn, Mr. Charles E.-Taylor, was
Fclever publisher of the Florida Fruit Mr. II. S. Smith, brother of Mrs. W. The biggest line ,of Dolls and Toys in town, also all kinds of ,
Alabama, is the guest of her brother, Mr. Edward Holder, of *
a. and Truck Grower, is in the city.all- Mr. Jerry Williams at Mrs. C. J. who had a single chanhe that M. Ross and Miss Smith.-Tampa I, Staple and Fancy Cult, including Japanese Rozane and

:. the best Tribune. .
; Mr. 'Brumt: is one of Phillips on South Third street. Miss him thirty cents. others. ''I

SiF round newspaper men in Florida his, Williams will remain in Ocala until I I )Jr. Holder declined his A Costly Mistake. The most complete line of STAPLE. CROCKERY inS I
? < and is making a good paper Saturday.Rev. fortune and generously Blunders are sometimes very ex- town. .

journaL-Gainesville Sun pensive. Occasionally life itself is ;
Rufus Rowland preached his pipe to Mr. Taylor with the
the price of a mistake, but you'llnever
farewell sermon last Sunday at the that he again raffle it and
FQRi if take Dr. :
wrong you
a Christan church in this city. Mr. I proceeds to the Marion county King's New life, Pills for dyspepsia, } THE OCALA NEWS Co.,

"::fb t CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Rowland will retire from the ministryand I I pital. dizziness, headache, liver or bowel V

-.... 114 Best Uso la Cough time.Synip.Sold Tastes by druggists.CONSUMPTION Good. will begin the practice of law in !I trouble. They are gentle yet thor- t North Main St Ocala, Florida. --

: j; Tampa at an early date. His church I f9IEY'SKl ough. 25c. at Tydings & Go's drug

here parts with him very reluctantly. rtes Jttdnevs, and Bladder store. maiiiiiliililll

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Found on Cutler! Mountain, Colo., r
Mia! May Allred has retained to OVER VENEZUELA BBC; ;< SWINBLE\ DtAD Body With r.uit: in Brain. 1

Jacksonville after spending; several ; D-niver, Dee. 23: -r:M1.! B uton,b 1

day In Ocala with her brother Mr.' ll V94 to be me .-c.sgwoman who '

Var found U Ct'I; : nwitala with a ,
N. M. Allred and family.Dr. Fleet May Be Sant There Notorious Confidence Man Dies was ballet la kw brain and hr face burned 500 GASES

By Roosevelt. beyond raceawifo was a Guest at the
J. E. Chace and little/laughter, In Penal Colony.A I Albany hotel from 5vy 2 fo July 13.

Hildabellc Jacksonville, have been according i to the hotel rtfteter. RYE
'p spending several days here Jan the VERY REMARKABLE CAREERHe She was aM.ap*.af ci ky a man and

the couple wrfrtered> ae G. Bntoa and
guests of Dr. Chad's; son, Dr.Edward President of United State is Angensd Life's -
Was Serving Sentence in wife. B
Chace. by Asphalt, Jaurett and Protocol at sporting resorts nil when he WHISKEY. .
French Penal Settlement for '
left Denver scare Urn IB August. t<\d} .
Evasions, and the Custom Houses '
little .
1Irf. Robert Taylor and her '
der-Man Had Attractive Per- } :
I an his iitlBtatti that ke was goicg: to '.-'

: son, Robert, went to Atlanta Sunday May Be Seized.Waihington sonalty. :, I, Syracuse, N. Y. Tk. woman who -

afternoon whero Dr. Calhoun is treating Dec 27.-President know the Boutont best, wan a maid at
New York, Dec. 27.-A report has
Roosevelt has determined to lead the Albany, Mrs. Mary Mad len. Mrs.
the little boy's eyes.Mr. President 'Castro, of Venezuela: a lesson reached this city that Thomas O'Brien, I!i:I Bouton told Mrs. Madison tbat her $3.40 Per Cas of Four Full Quarto. ExpressPrepaid ;
the notorious confidence man and alleged *&&
r in good government. Mr. Rose- folltk came from Germany, that her Cash Must Accompany Order.
W. M. Read, of Kansas City, : inventor of the gold brick swine
velt Is weary of the long delay of the parents lived in Syracuse, N. Y., and .
Is a guest at the Ocala House for a lie is dead in the French penal settlement Kemster. l
Venezuelan courts in deciding the asphalt that her maiden name was .
few days. Mr. Read formerly spent at Cayenne: where he had hotel
controversy, angry over the expulsion Clerk Doly, of the Albany
boon serving a life sentence fpr the
M0 winter* here but this is his first front: the country of A. P. Jao-I in speaking of the Boutons said: WINE ROOMS :
murder of his partner "Kid" Waddell
rett, an American editor at Caracas, Quton said they were from New OC0L0 HOUSE :
visit in several years.MM. i In Paris, in 1895. Several of O'Brien's
and Indignant over the effort fyefng i Orleans, and they registered from that
friends In this city are said to have '
made by Castro to evade the terms of place. The description of the murdered
r. T. B. Stringfellow and children payment of the foreign debt providod received news direct from Cayenne. woman fits well with Mrs. Boil Write for Our Price List. OCALA, FLORIDA.We ::1

of Jacksonville, are visiting Mrs. Several years ago it was reported that of dls-
for In the peace of protocols signed as ton, there being no real points .
StrIngfellow's mother, Mrs. D. C. the Venezuelan peace envoy and the O'Brien had escaped from the penitentiary frimlllarity that I can now- detect. During

Edwards.Mr. British, German and Italian ambas and was on his way to New their stay at the Albany Mrs. Bou

-- sadors. York. The report never was confirmed ton told m8 her mother was sick and j
I however and the authorities SHOES
and Mrs Ion L. Farris and Castro will be given sixty days in j II that she must go back to Syracuse. He
never got sight of O'Brien.O'Brien's .
children have returned to their Jacksonville which to mend his ways. If at the j, remarkable abjected, and they quarreled, by finally ._ r ,_ = -:
: career was a
end of the period of graco he shall not they compromised by sending a pack-
home after spending Christ : one. He was born 53 years ago In
have asumed an attitude which the j ago Syracuse.
Chicago, and aided by an attractive
mas hero with Mr. Farris' parents.Mr. president considers fair and Just to have the only exclusive Shoe Store in Marion county, consequently -'
this country and the foreign powers, a personalty, managed to make aq enviable Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 28.-frs. C. .

J, M. Sims, formerly a residentof fleet of American warships will be sent record. Many bold swindles Y. Kemter, of this city, believes that our whole attention is devoted to SHOES. We can

to Venezuela to make demonstration. running into the thousands were credo the girl found murdered on Cutler Hill :**-r '
Val a
this a eitizen.of; ;
county, now Ited to his genius. In 1889 he jumpeda h-- fit out the entirefamily: from baby up. Give us a call when
Colorado Is
It this be not sufficient: to pro- near Springs, her daughter
: dosta! Qa, spent Christmas in Ocala, bond of $6,000( and fled to Europe, ills:. *t-" 5
I f duce the desired reform, several ports Mrs. Bessie Bouton. She last in need of Shoes and we will prove that we can save you :
was and sentenced to
tho guest of hii daughter, .Mrs. J. B. recaptured ten
and custom houses probably will be heard of her daughter In October,

Staten. __ seized and held until all disputes have years A remarkable In prison. plot conducted_ by a when she was informed that she would money on your purchases here.w. :1'

been 'satisfactorily adjusted and Castro leave Colorado Springs and go to -
The Mill and Factory Syndicate of woman resulted In his escape from a
has promised to be g 'JJ. The Wllesbarre, Pa., and reach Syracuseon
i New York, have decided to hold a president Is determined if life lesson hotel In Utica where he was In charge Christmas. The 'description of CHAMBERS SHOE COMT.
of a prison keeper. O'Brien caughta J. i
sale at the Boston! Store some time has to be taught It shall be thorough, steamer here for Europe, reached the murdered woman fits Mrs. Bouton, ,
and that the effect shall the denlstry being
be felt by all
the early part of January. Paris safely and remained there until exact j
the Central and South American gov. OCALA ;
House Block. FLORIDA.
he was arrested on the charge of killIng Opera ,
t ernments. :
)rt.'IArthur1r. Stewart,. i is in the Waddell his t! _
.- Castro was today given a broad hint partner. -_...._.._-_. --<- = --,-- --- -_ .- ,
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out matter Money was spent lavishly in his defense -- -
city putting advertising of what he may expect when notice -j
but failed to his life :
for tho Jones-Adami Carnival. Com was served on him by Minister Bowen tence. save sen- i < See Our
that his explanation of the reasons for j I i.
pany, which will be here Janus y 9th i ,
the expulsion of Mr. J&urett la 'ivoryunsatisfactory"
to llthj under Jtheja piees of Ocala KILLED FOR RESENTING INSULT. .
to the state depart'

Rifles I ment. State department" officials say r
---- New York Youth
Was Young
I the explanation was ridiculous, and
When youJwant a pleasant purgative Escort
: Lady's Stabbed. .
: really was no explanation: at all. .. -
try Chamberlain's Stomach and I Now York, Dec. 27.-While resenting
l rrt
The aplialt' case has been dragging :
Liver Tablet They are easy to take :,; along for months. A final decision an insult to a young woman withwhom P.IA1U FOR HOLID Ye

and produce no nau"griping", or I, was promised early In November, but he was walking in Glendale a lu t

other disagreeable effect. For sale \I' It has not been rendered, nor Is there suburb of Brooklyn, Frederick Fred A s
all dnl ist8. ericks was stabbed and probably fatally
by m any Indication that it soon will be;
I i Mr. Castro (Is not anxious to expedite wounded by an unknown man

Mr. ard Mrs.! F. L. Watson, after : tho case, as he now Is receiving all tho who escaped.
i I With the young woman Frederick
sparling Christmas in Jacksonvillewith revenues from the sale of asphalt as --.oi_
had spent the evening with :
Mrs.WatHonf8 mother, Mr. and government is In full possessionof and the couple were on their way '
the New t'
York and Bermudez Asphalt Ocala Music Company. 'I
Mr*. W. B. Lsake, have returned company's concession. home when a man approached in a
lonely street. Without
home. i' The execution of the provocationhe
president's -
burst into offensive language and .. ,
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the policy toward Venezuela will be I Fredericks attacked him. In ___ ... _, __ __ _____ '.. :f
Attention is directed to special delayed until the latter part of Febru a moment i -_ -'" -= .on \IT-J :: --.11II-. .-- -- -- -" -- -LI.h-. -' .o:!" ._!._

offer of the New York thrice-a.week ary only because! all the warships will:J the stranger drew a knife and I "-'<";

World, printed elsewhere In this iU9. be engaged until then In the winter, Fredericks The fell mortally wounded. i I .
maneuvers In the Car(1( )hean. The man.iifvera young woman screamed loudly 1'1
The World is a splendid weekly paper 1 will not bA over until Marrli; for help, but no person reached the f S STRAUSS & CO

and tho offer made by the great 25, but the most important: of the! prac- scene for several minutes. Meanwhilethe .

live operations will be stabber escaped in tho drlriri i i o
New York newspaper is a remarkable concluded! b*
the lttc r ?:2rt r* Fafcrair-, and enoasft snow, leaving no clew to his Identity, \ o -
one. i i of the smaller vessels! to make a derv and only a meager description of thfman UJ -a Wholesale and Retail
tae "J
That way a clever bit of sarcasm onstration a ant! Venezuela! then can police could make no searchWON'T I o O .

be spjr-J without interfering with the
by Oeo. McKay in last '
drills to follow.Mr. COLLECT ARMY DEBTS. i a I R LIQUOR DEALERS.
Banner He shows how one Roosevelt's n.
Interpretation of the
firm la that town saved money. Monroe doctrine is that while this War Department, Refuses to Act at a UJ t 4 O y OCALA, FLORIDA.
Prior to the establishment of the country will protect the republics to Agency. I C. r
the south from foreign Waiii8tf, Dae. 27.-An opinion by 1i. :s
railroad commission1t paid in freight aggression, It the Jurtga advocate Offer for and after the Christmas Holiday
general III
must also protect the Interests of the In regard )
I from >$1,000>; to $ Now i to tl lms aeainst officer : a.n
lBOOtaday. it powers of Europe and compel, th republics army wai r I. the best selected stock of
costs them only about $25 a month.- to be honest and fair in then given out at tie war department to r0
dealiegs with all day wltk tine statement that the view' .

, Lake City Index.. I jHon. j I countries. erjM1( ****! may be expecfd to Of&r1J ;'I ,2 ;R. Beers

Henry S. Chubb the TOOK AN OVERDOSE OF A DRUG. the attitude of th tile partment. I -

popular ,: TTia -1UdQ.1-< adYOf'Jlhl- -- .- .,.."...1..,.,,... "...'Jl... H.I LOll' DO I. :
receiver of the Oaineaville land office the OLD
Thomas Greene Found Dad in Amwl. d.JU1l11..t ic nt a ealleatJeateacy =

went down to Winter Park during cus PoliceStation.. aid that I It matters of J"In.t) I I woo If -- () Wines
the Christmas holidays and on his ; Annwicus Oa., Dec, 27.-Thoma* P. debt an army offlter stands +
ferret plane from ca "
return Crewie, about 25 y tra old a printer any other p t; stopped over a few hours inO'ala. '
well known here, was found dead hereSaeday Tk. civil co ru, the opi.l,, 'holds 1 I' 'I1(1vJgtwL( '

He says that holding a morniiff at the polled bw- are the proper agents to 'iHermloe IJ| I II I Liquors,

government office has a quieting ranks, wkere he was incarcerated F at.I I t an !Indebtedness (YI1.ttl.\ t and only where ;I I M t.

effect on the nerves and for a good; i, urdr right for V. ac drunk. tH B-,p.ym.rt f.AI) ee/aiJtRhHj m at the .
2 | A half empty rpfilne bottle lying I igation by an T3cc lbrrc4ens fcetr 20 cheapest prices and guaranteePure
steady is better
del to the
paruna. 1 i rrk.
: near Ma bunk t.l!J the dotser it at\N'1'f1t
tropic story. fJI1
Uf and Unadulterated
He says says that Orange county has ,' Wen the urging officers _carcfc&l I for th Military iwithorltN to oon I C:- Liquorslat! ALL

a heavy orange crop, bigger, than!, Oreixie In k 4tes kin up the morphine i aides the ca- e.DIVIDEND. Qflhti o times, .

any year before the freeze. 'I bottle WA* overlooked and the I :: .
I I I pr wrn,tkm Is that be took an orer- FOR 06PO911'ORB. I I ,l C.) Our Warehouse is the'best equipped

t The Presbyterian Sunday school I dose later, but whether with suicidal -- to Q

entertainment was held at the church : latent will never b 9 known. Insolvent First National Bank' of Ma ': O ii % ; EXo in the State of Florida and our
j Tbe
I deceased learns a wife and Gin Makes Good PihfJaling UJ

late Friday afternoon. The children married daughter residing near Cuth- Macon, G*., Dwc. iV-lt *::"irr/ W. et.o-i Sett OwafMs i

marched in to the church singing a I: bert. J. Butler, of tie Insolvent' ri kafliJtli Strauss Reserve Rye

pretty Christmas carol and each one al bask r/ Macon, wMI d*Afit# Arr 2f v",
I Heiress Weds Poor Sailor. test dlrldanl thfo ewril/ijf W1W1l1 ... '-1Jtl"
was made happy by receiving a bag ( 1ha4on, Dec. 21.A lore match day. Tk. depositor will Jheu emfv4 d? Is the Best Dollar Quart on Earth.

of candy, which were prettily arranged i t which surprise yet delights London I something like $130,000,

around Christmas Is that which has ended in the mar This will male a total of 86
p f tf'bf Remember
They were distributed, chimney. tinge of Miss Caroline Ejrw, said to I paid cut to the depositors (,( tb'f lirsl 1 s Pays the Freight on
by Santa be
tao ricbeat girl! in England, to National bank slnoo it wm ileclnre4
Claus and the children were delightedthat Briton MenseJl, a penniless I IlIIohtnt.

he was able to bo present. lieutenant in the nary. JItes young Lyres Soon after the bank went Mo blink 4 full Quarts for $3,50 .

ax a brido brought her husband a nrptcy Receiver Butl* WU offerd ,

Misses Jessie and Annie Nurney, dowry of $$5,000,000 in hw own right 174,250 in cash for tile $12$tOO TO Try it and be convinced,

i of Suffolk, Virginia, a sister and ad there la much more to follow i domed by tko late U. II. Tact ThIs
Miss Eyrce U the only child fr wa
of the accepted by the
cousin of Mrs. Jack Camp will arriveIn I extremely wealthy tire Henry Eyreeof i j: 114 he hu been able to ft"l\rb A rexjelret higbof Everything in the Liquor Line and as we are JPh9lesala its well aa R tail Dealers

Ocala today to bo her DvunMeton Hall I total in we
guests for Bmham whose > dividends than was \Spoctod. .

several months. The Misses Nurney presents to both the bride and bride are the Only Paople in the who
County sell
Y : will be attendants at the wedding of c1 groom. were of a most substantial j Burned Money Tor Pastime can you from a drink to a barrel at one

Miss .uaottr Columbus, 0., Dos. VfNeither Ca& time and one delivery from Ocala direct.
Lucy Camp and Mr. ,
Armstron I s'I.! L. Chftdwtek nor the Count o<
ii on the fourth of January. One Kftt Cost Man $100. Wnt taste bat have
They ex aeyihlng on henry Specialties, we none, as we make u jw//lv of
pected to arrive yesterday but were Ckicago, Ddc. 27,-A stretmou at W.b.r, a taoB f of this city, In the and everything we handle
each item
'1 delayed Jacksonville. tempt to stall a kiss from the ruby way of rapid deposition of money. give special attention,

lips of Lizzie Anderson, 17 years At, They bad thIn to spend; h, had nil

Closing Out Sale I I coot Richard For $100 in a juMlcVs to burn In other ways be Is dlrtligni Respectfully Submitted

Mrs. Tompkins will sell her stock court. iils Anderson told th court kt4 and renarkible. For lasllnft -

of winter millinery at and below that Fox wo U 20 years dd, ftt he hM not taken a bath la

cost for the next thirty days. Hats tempted to kiss her one afternoon years, just to satisfy Me curiosity to STRAUSS

trimmed and untrimmed flowers, near her home while others wars' CM how filthy h couM really b* I & CO.

for feathers cash.velvets, etc., lowest prices looking and sho resisted In the com. He also declined to lire In a :
prices below Closing the value out of the sale.goods., All ftruggie the young girl fell heavily on comfortable house on Broad street In I

Corner store opposite Pittman'Furniture < !pavement and was ro stunned she order that he might occupy an old P. S. All orders filled
Store. 1130 dw '--.- :o be assisted to her hooie. corn crib. I. same day as r eiv tllI -

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a '':' V L. xxx The paper "Uf the People, lor the People and by the People/' ,

.t N( ) 2tt. ;y
etq.:; Y Jung Married People's Club Has

;..:... Christmas 'Tree. .4 I

L-! = Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller entertained 'THEOFAIR. ; i

I: g the :Young Married People's Club ,: I

i 1 Saturday night in a very pleasant

x : and (original manner.It -FOR '
G Sz ,
E. = Ei', was strictly a Christmas party '

.a =-==:=...;,.,= ===, with a Christmas tree and a Santa STAPLE, GROCERIES FRNCY- !
Cr'r'f -\ Clans. On the tree was a present u
.' I aoy i = 2
i ,: from each member of the club to
t. -.= ::
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... ==_ ,=. .= every other member and they were i
= White House Seal
t _- :r Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans i
by Mr. Albert Gerig, who .

:: ';.I j made a most original Santa Claus. 9O'Day Seed Oats. I'

BaKIn The presents were all ridiculous and

( Powderbj amusing and created great fun for the We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens, F

'_ recipients. Little Henry Marsh and Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce. ,E i

the infant daughter of air and Mrs. .
; ;
Absolutely Rawls were also.present and came in B. L. HALL Prop.

CL = = for their share of gifts. ,

C= = s As a conclusion of this merry even- West Side Public Square. Ocala, Fla

Po e i ing an oyster supper was enjoyed. -

; 5"'_5 5 !!f igcj]: ggggggiffiifficnsEiistrgiffi
F :!r'J
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-=- = IEF Christmas i in Ocala. '
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==; == The streets were thronged all day WEEATMEAT MIS

I -_ : = = =_ '=-- '"'=" j Sautrday and until late hour :
Ij __ ---=-- ...".. % a at I ri
j I night by the largest crowd ever before [m -: -- To gro w strong. Unless we get la j
I '
: | seen in Ocala during the Christ- i 4i! .' ;x\J' gooi meat we may as well let mir !

THE really great resolve for the housewife the coming i mas holidays. f;,;' J .'.. it alone. There is no strengthin

Fire crackers, camion crackers, m tough meat-instead of giving la

year is to adopt into her cuisine more genuine home 1 i and everything that could make a ...: fi1t ?: diV'! :.{, it takes strength..to digest i ip. -

,. made food. Shop.made, ready-made cake, tea biscuit, noise were brought into requsitionand la f ;.. ",,.. :,15'1"'J;,-' t- "'h.. it. It pays to be .careful inb'z1:0 2R

.', crullers bread and substitutes therefor I din and confusion held high car- rn: ,.. VI' ;'j'IF.1.); :: :: get & -'

are dry, unsatisfying, : nival. rn: ..:-.:: .. Cf Y.t\. rr2J '

: extravagant and frequently unhealthful. In bake The merchants were kept busy all ifJi."t.i." \.,..t;;.c., '. Pay a little more if need be and '

many day and harvested a rich crop of the s ( .!N putsomethinginyourstomachWhich if

shops alum powders are used to cheapen the product. { bright coin of the realm. -d.-iJ "--Ji will put flesh on yonr

'I I The weather was lovely."I .ifJ "' ;:;/ bones. and strong blood in your L1 "

With Royal Baking Powder, cake, waffles, tea-biscuit, pud- I 1 veins.EDWARDS : (

was much afflicted with sciatica -
dings, layer cakes, crullers, cookies, muffins, crusts, griddle ," writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, !*n BROS. .:

cakes made with in '1 Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about n ro! Stalls! 2 and 4 City; Market, Ocala, Fla. .
are ease perfection in
;. greatest superior i crutches and suffering a deal of pain. t

i the foods and i!I1 was induced to try Ballard's Snow iiJ i'gSK!! 1 .
to ready-made a saving in '
every way money. i Liniment, which relieved me. I used ., <

'. The United States Agricultural Department reports the result of elaborate I l; liniment three 5
t r experiments under its direction, which show the great saving by baking at home, j it to a number of persons; i ,

'tV as compared with cost of buying ready baked food. ( all express themselves as being bene- I
I : fitted by it. I now walk without
All bread, cake, bis. cuit, etc., are very' I crutches, able to perform a great deal EVERY GROWER IN THE STATE '

. much fresher, clean- M C.M V er, cheaper and more :!I o.f light abor on the farm." 25e 50c. TO HAVE OUR BOOKS

wholesome when ma.de a.t home with : l.OO. Anti-Monopoly, drug store. m

ROYAL BAKING POWDER. I -- I "FLORIDA VE3rA.::: LZS"-A complete manual on Florida crops. 1 f
| Christmas Tree Varshniile. "i'tOItIDA OiAN3S"-Book::: of special interest to Orange Gro\\'ers. V
i A 'FLORIDA STItm::: ItnS"-Booklet: on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation 1
j very interesting entertainment :
c1 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW 'YORK. Fertilization."

': '.. .:"" .'. ___ ',' .- :, '_: _.. ",_ ,:." '_ ._ ..... :... _:.. : : :c:_.: ._ ::._.,:_ :.:..__ '_.':".::: _'. :. ;_ '..:'. ')>,__ :_'. f j was given at the Marshville schooli I "ISISE POTATOSr-Booklet on "Soil Seed, Planting, and Cultivating, Effect i
of Fertilizers, Digging and "
.' ......._----- - ----- -- .. ---.- .._ __. __ ._u- i I house on Friday evening and a large I f "PKEAPPLS FZ2TZLIZI3T3" special Shipping.interest to 1

A:; USA ZLISASSTH: !RlUS. Local Editor We regret to learn that Mrs. Will I Mr. and Mrs. Richardson of Evins-.*crowd was in attendance. Among "IDEAL prices.STHIZS3S"-Book, etc. showing all our d&SbS, analyses, ._ .1
the attractions of the '
,, :" Knight has been on the sick list for ton, are spending the Christmas I. "evening were a NEW AND REVISED EDITIONS OF ABOVE JUST'J

i i HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. the past week and is still confined to season with their daughter; Mrs. J.A. Christmas tree, speeches and dialogues PUBLISHED, SENT FREE FOR THE ASKING.
her !. in which nearly the entire 1
room. Bouveir.:
,' school participated. Wilson & Toomer
i t Lake Weir is shipping some very, Mr. and Mrs. Sage came up from .Miss Emily Ford, who has spent Miss Salona Sims, the popular Fertilizer Co,

excellent fruit to market this season. Lakeland Friday to Christmas the past four months with friends j
I ..--- I i j i teacher of the Marshville school, deserves I Jacksonville, Florida. _
and relatives in New York, Canada, ,
with their son, i\1r. Chas. K. Sage
Miss Fannie Childs, of Leesburg, isvisiting i much praise for the manner in I :
and family. and Cincinnati," Ohio, arrived homeSaturd
. her sister, Mrs. J. M. Thompson I which the entire affair was planneciI _

,. Miss Lillian Farris, who teaches morning.Mr. and carried out. :

t :. Mrs. J. G. Spurlin went down to school in Duval county; is spendingthe Guy Ayer, accompanied by his I :Mr. Luther Marsh played the role TO CANE SYRUP f AKERS. _II

' Lakeland Friday to visit friends for a holidays with her parents, Mr. friend, Dr. Mitchell, of Atlanta.came I of Old Santa Claus to perfection. "S*

.. r'< few days. and Mri. 0. A. Farris.Dr. in Saturday morning to spend thholidays e 1I
[. -tt
Christmas .
Trees. ;
r Judge and Mrs Ion L. Farris and and Mrs. A. J. Wilson, of with Mr. Ayer's parents, '.
with Mr. and \111' Alfred Ayer. The Baptist Sunday school had a j-_ ,.f.
baby are spending Christmas Trenton, Kentucky, are the guests, of : 1
J Christmas tree in" Yonge's hall and
J relatives in Ocala. their daughter, Mrs. E. L. Carney. Mr. and Airs. F. A. Teague and the Methodist 1 Sunday school in the .'".. .. ...'".i 'J'
t. Boel- They will spend the ,,'inter"ill O ala. family and 'their guest, Miss Nellie ; 1 -=
J, Mrs. R. J, Knight and Mrs. armory Saturday night at early t .i
: Curd, went down to Lady Lake Saturday -
t. lert, of Crystal River, were doing Mr. Wake Wells has inaugurated a candle lighting. > fj J
to spend the holidays with Mr.
: Xmas purchasing in,.Ocala Friday. new industry-he shipped for the holidays Both halls were appriately decorated T
i '; C Teague's parents.Mr. .
theholidays a car load of mistletoe to and the Christmas trees, made -s
Morris will spend ;
'. )Ir. Pratt Ga. Tampa.Mr George L. Quayle, of Cleve beautiful with lighted candles, were
f. at his home in
'!.1 land, Ohio, was a prominent guest at laden with presents, and the child
"I r for that city Friday. 0. Bockhouse, of Port Inglis,
:? f He the Ocala House Saturday. Mr. ren were all made happy.
who is interested in Ocala and keeps
1 j'-: lrs. Annie Stroud and;little son,ofAnthony up. with ita affairs through the Ocala Quayle, accompanied by' his son, Before the delivering of the presents Ii

y are visiting Mrs. Stroud'sbrother Gorge, is enjoying his annual hunt there were appropriate exercises
r. Banner, was a visitor to Ocala Friday.
.. "",'.. Mr. C. R. Tydings. near Anthony.J. which added to the delight of the EC '; -: '-& ?ym
made this office call
a ., He a pleasant children. MI-- *.<*;fiyib -,... ,.; .
t'. k Sistrunk, member-elect C. Knight, a student of the Uni *- : ?- f -'Ji
& Mr. C, L. HeIr, Jones, of the Georgia Father Lang acted the part of, Santa -
left Friday for Tampa versity of Florida, at Lake City, afterspending
tt' the legislature, Methodist Conference, arrived in Claus at the armory and Dr. Walter i;
of the holidays. several days in Ocala with
f. to spend a portion Ocala Friday to spend Christmas with Hood at Yonge's hall. f 'Jl- f Jr*T. >' 3? *"
his,sister, Mrs. C. F. Thomas went this o 'SI
l't, Ben Bell, of Jacksonville his wife and daughter, who are the
)Ir. and home at to
Citronelle Saturday
: Christmas with guests of Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. J. Fight Will Be Bitter.
l are spending spend the balance of his vacation
and Mr. Joe Bell R. Ferguson. Those who will persist in closing
: c Bell
*: Miss Daisy with his parents.
their ears against the continual recommendation
',: \ A little daughter arrived at the We Are Agents For -
f r. R. Carroll and of Dr. King's NeDiscovers'
i Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. George B. Edwards, presidentof
e home of Mr. and Mrs. George McKay
for will have '
will spend Christmas with relatives the Metropolitan Investment Company consumption, He "Golden New Model" 3.Roller ..,
: ( baby Friday morning. The little lady 'along and bitter fight with theirtroubles

r:..: 'at St. Petersburg,.- came as a Christmas gift and has already of Charleston, S. C., says: I if not ended earlier by fatal ,

fe of Valdosta" Ga., is won the hearts of her parents, "Surely things seem to be coming I termintion. Read what T. R. Beall of Vertical Cane Mills .
N Claude Sims, the South'sway." He furtherto Beall, Miss. has to say: Last fall my I
B. on
J, goes
Mrs. sister and little brothers. -
fine guest of his Sims. I say,, that when his company had wife had every symptom of consumption The latest and most up-to-date cane mills put on the market. We
and Miss Madge she took Dr King's New Discovery have them in stock. If not and '
Staten Miss Clara Gray, of St. Petersburg, one inquiry a year ago for opportu convenient call examine, writeus,
', who teaches r I been the I after everything else had failed, and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description -
\ .Miss Miriam Pasteur, who has spending past year nities for investments in the South, improvement came at once and four -- r
is at home for with relatives in Texas, Ocklahoma I
at Live Oak, it now has ten. bottles entirly cnredher. Guaranteedby
school Our other specialties arc American and
EH wood
A.w holidays. and Indian Territory and in St.Louis, Tyding & Co drug sfore. Price Hog
the Christmas and Cattle Proof Field Fence; Sasli;:Doors {land
nMr Mr. and Mrs. AlbertIi.
Ocala Birdsey and 50c, and $1.00. Trial bottles free. m
through Friday on her
Kirkland have passed Blinds; .Turpentine, ,Mill and Miiiiiisr; Supplies '
andMrs.O.N. baby, of Fcrsyth, Georgia, are in the ;
home. as well U4 full
to way a stock of General Hardware .
Lake City arid'to, Georgia This is their first The following Ocala students; of the
gone to city. visit to their and Stores. A nice line of Enameled, Copper : .
; spend the holiday With: relatives Mr.J. W.. Stevens, of Fort'McCoy, former home in several years and East Florida Seminary at Gainesville, and Xlc platted Cooking Utensils. =-

school was a visitor to Ocala Friday. He their many friends are giving them a arrived home Friday for the Christmas -
M ;; who attends welcome. Mrs.
Mala ghton was accompanied by Mrs. Steens hearty Birdsey and festival season: Miss Fannie
Park near Atlanta, came baby will spend the winter with Mrs.Birdsey's M0RION HARDWARE COMPANY.OCALA ,
' 1 : at College tQ spend the Christmas and they. were on. their way to parents, Col. and Mrs. J. Robinson, Julien Robinson, Miss .

a : .t !home, Friday at the Gardner, Florida, to spend the holidays M. Martin, and Mr. Birdsey will re Pansy Souter, Brace Meffert, Osco Successors to Hubbard &J3Iacdaff. <

:,: ,'=vacatton with his 'parents' with relatives. main until after the holidays. and: Guy Zewadski and Lovick 11er. FLORIDA; .
if '.Lj.toutezth Hotel t ; : .

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,l' :': a --- -- -. -ut--In both business and Social! cir MEAT
face with appealing

: i iii; ; ........ eyes. \ MU Camp Is out) of the most -
r 4r' (Written for the Ocala ] N (
: I The face of her auditor would have
t. BOil \li shell and cultured young ,.--IOX ( '('ll4"35'"We ?=
: been a stcdy for an artist as he lis- : ....-p.111..M.= yfjL!I .,..." ..
ask, ; ( ji, \ TIJE GILLS' CHRISTMAS GIFT. iERU. l of Florida! noMesslng 1 a great T desire ta; announce that the
tened her
to impassioned speech. ;/ \&admiring friends! In all parts of cold storage department for the carIng -

i riw !" he said in O tho de
i't "Marry a trembling state who will wish her
t b* BY BEATRICE MAREAK."I 6 of meat for Owners is now

SJr voice. "It is your noble generosityand and charming wedded life
:ti't : open

,- ; .. sweet, womanly pity for my impoverished Have been suffering from .she mc-TiineftUnlon. We are the Cold Storage Pioneer -

/j : !c) NEVER realize how hateful "Mr. Leslie, Mr. Hood wants to condition that has for Eruptions.many years Having, having heard of Boils S. RECTOR- -Of- sT L UG'S. *. of Florida, have given the

I z ., .. it is to be poor as much as I. see you in his private office," an brought those precious words from tided to try it, and am glAd to -, curing of meats the closest study for

,0/ .. before Christmas," you. I will not take advantage of has done me a great deal of Ontario, Testifies} to the years, and our uniform past successis a
just office boy informed the confidential to continue to use it, as I the best evidence of our

iT. '/ N. ; and Jo, who was mending her fath clerk the next day after his return your noble impulses. Forget thfs the Cleveland best Blood, Tenn.V Medicine .on K, Good Uln's Qualities Cough of Remedy Chamber i iA81Uil'UNIIAI ability to very serve yu. When, there- ;

l scene and leave alone to
e er's glove, bit off the thread with; a from the mines at Pineville. me my o vr,, April is, 1903 fore, we announce Ilendy. we want'
f} For fifteen I
1 1 k '_ spiteful little snap. Mr. Leslie's heart gave an apprehensive fate." [, more or over less from Impure years think it is only right that I should you to appreciate that it means superior

"Henry," she pleadingly year ago I had a boil appear equipment, including duplicate
: "It wouid be lovely to be able tolr throb. Were they going tQ whispered wonderful effect
.11. below the knee, which was you what a machinery, in case of accident, and
lr it' .;':- remember all our loved ones ont discharge him to make room for a "do*not send me away from three more on my neck. I Cough Remedy has skilful assistants to do this work in

\ 'Christmas day with gifts that were I younger man? What would becomeof you, and let pride' do its devasta ing taking advertised three and bottles decided all Boils to try } The day before Easter I :I the best possible manner. In this

f ; I. worth while, wouldn't it? But never r his motherless girls then? work again." and I have not been troubled so distressed with a cold and connectson we cannot:too stronglyurge

mind, don't fret; think how much I A faint atmosphere of violets fell "You do not realize the import of GEo. G. j upon our friends to take their
114 W. Jefferson St, Louisville h that I did( t not to
"worse off we might be," replied on his senses"as he opened the doorof your sweet words, Mary," he said Meat where they Know it willhave
the next day as
take iUtutictJ
Amy, the older sister, gently, as she Mr.\ Hood's elegantly appointed with great tenderness, as he claspedher From childhood Newark Ohio I .had, May been choked the proper attention. It is no
almost by ,
was :
(: Work for to let I's
urns you
office, and he saw a richly attired small gloved hands within his with bad blood, skin eruptions
looked from her sewing.
< up I had boils ranging from five to The same day I received an serve you again. To those storing

"Not much worse off, when our lady sitting with her back toward own. "Think of me as I am new, number each season Tts : from you for a bottlo of your meat for the firstjtime, we3would refer -

;-, whole. lives are made up of pinching, the door. \ and do not clothe me in the habiliments companying the eruption was Remedy. I at once procured to our friends-Your XeigliIiors -
S. S. S. seemed to be just the
working, saving and trying to make "Come in, Mr. Leslie," called, Mr. of the youthful lover who laid needed in my case. It drove out bottle and took about three -who are so well satisfied! with

,, his heart at feet." rities and bad blood, giving I of the medicine. To my great faithful service.
ends meet," replied Jo, drearily, as Hood from within, "Mrs. Cameron your our past
: "And nent relief from the skin \ the cough and cold had com- The same price will prevail as heretofore :
whom I
with the
she resumed her \V'ork on the damaged wishes to give her a detailed account boils. This has been ten years 8
you, and I was able
.. .. I ) viz: one cent perjmonth or
o have had
basest ingratitude she never a return of the
interrupted -
::,: glove. of how you found the businessat MRS. J. D. preach three times on Easter da)'. part of a month.Responsibility. !s f

"Oh, Jo, how can you say that, the mines." "It was not your fault, Mary\ ," he 4r41 4 Write promi'h I that this rapid and effective against loss or dam

when we have each other, our cosy j"Jirs. Cameron had risen with the said gently, "but that of malicious book on was duo to your cough remedy age by fire will be assumed in the

: tongues. God knows that I have skin i this testimonial without solic value of six cents
: pound, and
little home and papa and Sue? rebuked r lau er's words and stood facing thelawyer's per

fit. ,'. r: Amy."Yes : desk. Then a strange palor never ceased to love you, and al-! being thankful to have found for this we will made a charge of 10
't a Godsent remedy hundred
', ; and, isn't papa slaving his 1 though I married a noble and loving i or any Yours cents per one pounds or
suddenly overspread her fair face, formation Respeectfully I fraction thereof.
woman, image in heart j E. A. LAXGFELDT, M. A.,
y life away as clerk in Hood & Lar- which made the old lawyer fling Jour my was your case FLORIDA PACKING AND ICE Co.,
Rector of St. Luke's church.
never dethroned. I
1 klns law office when\ he should be at open the window and hasten to hisclient's you Chamberlain Medicine Co. 'I per SDIOX BEXJAMDT,

firm himself and I "Don't send me away," she The Swift HEKM/ *:* BENJAMIX Sec.
r' the head of f assistance. Specific Company, remedy is for sale by all drug- & Treas.

r ',. poor little Sue cooped up as an ap "It is nothing," she said smiling pleaded. _. m Manager.
I -- --- I
.? prentice in a millinery shop when "Mary,",he said with intense feeling tit '
faintly as she gained her self-con- Invitations have been issu I silver dollar
j a drop on
a Ltl "do not how time has Shippers by freight express will
she should be in school, and you, trol, 'only a sudden faintness. It you wedding which will attract I
table and will notice
you a ring. mark their
please plainly
name on
-' changed me? Look at fast _
house for my
us J'
sweet keeping
optomist, has thank But
passed now,
you. throughout the state, and the ring yourself or give it to a paskage and address

: because you are so unselfish you will the hand that :passed the glass of whitening hair, my care-worn ba one of the noted social f send the dollar to us and we .

face, children and FLORIDA PACKING & ICE CO.
not Vincent and and live at my my poverty.
+ go
marry I wine he had given her back to Mr.\ the season in Florida. Mr. apply it to subscription. J
I your
in the house he has built "And has time, which.has sown
ease pretty
: shook ceptibly. W. X. Camp, of Ocala, have nice I
r a and furnished for you, and leave us silver threads in your dark hair and experiment in Gen. Nelson A. Miles has purchaseda
"I am ready to hear your accountof invitations to the wedding
a new dollar bill, fold ii f
to get along without you, although,' printed lines in your face, stood still j sev tract of rice land in Texas, and
the mines, Mr. Leslie," she said, i charming daughter, iss times and then it
1 for me?" she said. "Is face also I unfolding you Baron Matsud .rria a
dear.knows, how we should ever be my Mr. George I ,of Japan, recently
her Ferguson
resuming lady-like composure as notice it Use
creases. the
able to do so," said Jo, winking the not turned toward the setting sun? i i visited the rice fields along the Santa
happy event to
she seated berself- and Mr. Hood, occur on the for
;- tears from her bright Let us spend the remainder of our i your Sundaytrousers and I Fe and Southern Pacific roads in
2 eyes. from the face his of Wednesday, January 4
"Well never mind, brighter days looking pale 9f lines together. Do not send me ; send us the original bill. This Southern Texa and was most favorably -
client into the o'clock at the First !,
wealthy equally pale Baptist be most easily aconiplished thir impressed by. the possible future
-i are coming. Why, is that coming away to take up my lonely wanderings -
a face of his confidential clerk marveled Ocala. After the ceremony j!! after of that section. The South is striding
When (
and threshing.
?" and Amy lifted her head to Us-. .j vaguely.That purposeless life again. will be a wedding breakfast at !< rapidly to the front.
masculine footstep' I An hour <-r so later the Rev. Mr. tried these: experiments we I
ten as a quick, J night the girls had gone with only the bridal party and the I
sounded in the hall. Remington was summoned from his eheerfuHy put you en to Heart Fluttering.
fe. Vincent .to a Christmas eve entertainment i diate family will b3 .
t" study to the I great scheme.-Gainesville Undigested food and ;in the
The door to the tiny-:sitting room rectory parlor to join a gas
3 I and Mr. Leslie sat alone and Mrs. Armstrong will leave : stomach, located
just below
;: ;, where the girl sat at work flew open midd e-agffi couple in the holy bondsof afternoon 1 .. heart
in'hislittle at the train for
I study cottage. Cuba : presses against it and caused heart

', ;: = and a tall gentlemanly, middle aged The package of old letters was. untied matrimony.Mr February 1 they will be at next visit of Dr. E. T. Allen, Pal)r itati n. When your heart troubles .

the threshold and said !I Leslie was one of Mr. Reming: eye and ear specialist will ba
man stood on : and its coutents lay spread out the De Soto hotel in I you in that way take Herbine fora
1"I f ton's highly esteemed Dec. 12, at the Montezuma few days. You
just ran in to tell you good-bye, parishoners where Mr. will be all right. 50c.
r"P_ Jf''F on the desk before him, while he sat Armstrong is"ery : Glasses correctly fitted %* I A
but the reverend drug store.
girlies. I am on my way to the gentleman mar- m
with hid elbows resting upon the -
) s veled greatly when he beheld the '--- ----- -.
T1 depot. -
desk, his head supported betweenhis .

: 't Where are you going, papa?" hands and his eyes fixed on a st!ang!;, dignified, handsome and l'{O ---__ _, --..- _....______ -... .... -

; cried the in evidently wealthy lady who was his ---
i girls chorus. pictured face that looked up at him -,' .

"Out to Fineville, to look after the friend's companion.His -- ;,
from an old-fashioned miniature case. .-.. if
I "0". ,
,. -'
business of the phosphate mines I A carriage stopped in front of the wonder, however, was turned ; : C ..

y' there. Those mines belong to a I cottage. There was the sound of a into thanksgiving after he had dismissed '

s wealthy client of Hood & Larkins i the newly wedded couple with ; \
latch and
clinking closing gate; : ,
and they have detailed me to look swift light footsteps crossed the tiny his blessing, when he unfolded the ,,:,' -. Cold I -. J .: '

... f after the matter. porch, lying peacefully serene beneath check which Mr. Leslie had slipped '-" .

;"Won't you be home for Christmas I the bright wealth of moon- into his hand at parting and read ,", ; '; > 5I
t: ?" in that it called for $1,000. Here, V ,I '
4 light creeping through a tangled ,' '. '
t "Ah I'll t surely, was the divine answer to his .:'. I i
yes, return tomorrow in network of vines; then a timid ringcf : I'

plenty time to help you hunt up the door bell started the lonely prayers that ways and means mightbe ':d t

watcher from his reverie. placed in his hands to. assist him i j
Santa Clans. But I must be off, he Storage :
in the great Master's work to which I :
said, kissing each girl in turn. "Take When the door was thrown open it
his life was consecrated. :>
,p. '! care of yourselves and kiss little Sue revealed a lady's familiar form, and y:;
( I I When the happy pair were again i
; for me," and he was gone. j 1 a faint odor of sweet blossoms which ; ',' -' i''

"Poor ," signed Jo, as the I i i carried Mr.; in the carriage, on their way to the .. '
papa Leslie back to his youthful I -..
little cottage JMrs. Leslie broke into .. I
?- front door closed on her father's retreating days, came floating in on the still a ::1 : .
low, merry laugh which made her :'I ,
figure, "he tries so hard to night air.Before. .I1eats
:' husband think of her girlhood days, of. : :
M._ be cheerfel and brave. he could find his voice to .. I
and said I
: :
'He is brave, Jo, and bears his speak the caller had entered and .
"What a lucky thing it is for
,_ burden with a cheerful fortitude that stood before him in the tiny hall un your ,

; wife, dear, that this is leap year," ,
f a :y shames our discontent," Amy replied der the flickering light of the lamp 'Ve beg to o ,
announce that ,
and Mr. Leslie was too overcome we are now .,
with moist eyes as she folded above ready to cure and store meat for
hanging their heads. public. 'Ve have the i .
with happy emotions to a modern, i improved
say more and
her work and went to the kitchen to up-to-date
a. The woman was the first to speak. ideas in plant, with all the latest :
than beloved equipment
their frugal meal. "My as he drew her and machinery in -
prepare "Henry;" she said, "pride played charge of a thorough and

k. ; The next day, as ,Amy was putting sad havoc with my happiness once, fondly into his arms. enineer. Our Cold Storage Department will be superintended experienced' ,. .- ;;
A little after
midnight by ,
the little room to rights, which her merry young
but, as far as I am concerned, it
+ f father used as his she noticed I voices were heard as their owners
shall not do so again. I knew that HR. ROBERT
4 entered the cottage gate, and-
a drawer in his desk which he -
you were here alone, and that is
k. al-I "Christmas gift, !" cried little
: ways kept locked, half open, who has had -
I came to you. I did not know that long experience in the
Sue she
as burst into the business
: f the key in the lock. Without hardly cottage, in Cincinnati
you lived here when I came to this closely followed by Jo, Amy and the pas t two seasons in Ocala., W. and Atlanta; and for ;; -:
what she
f< realizing was doing the can guarantee that .
town. Indeed, I feared that Vincent. it is :
you "
t ''.'* girl drew the drawer out [Ito its full "
[ were not in the land of the ;:" ,
a living. Then they all started back in ','
and her eye's
length, fell upon a >
Today I learned all about you from alarmed
: bunch of letters indignation as they beheld :
yellow with
k X and a small, old-fashioned miniature age, my lawyers, and heard how you have Mr. Leslie seated on the sofa in the r' No Guess }

suffered, and have Work ;
manfully battled little ', i
:: s case lying beside them. shabby parlor with his right ,:.- .. : r
against misfortune and .
# adversity that arm placed lovingly about the waist : ? .
"Dear mama's letters and: pic would ; .
have appalled the heart of a of a richly attired lady who sat with I
tures. How he loved b-erl"! she less :. '. :
courageous man and driven him her head resting fondly on his shoul- c., WIthUS ;

:Q murmured, her eyes filling with to the drunkard's bowl or the sui- der. .. '..' ,- ,:

i tears as she took up the tiny caseS cide's -
I grave. "Come in girlies and see the lovely "
and pressed her fingers on the
am a childless
widow, im- Christmas gift papa has for 1'
z spring. The lid flew back and the you ,
mensely wealthy, as this world Mr. Leslie And we
'mot called to them, his face assure you that you will ,
beautiful face of a strange woman counts wealth. But'I am a wandereron aglow with with fairness -
joy. guarantee satisfaction and and '
F solicit patronage courtesFWe -
smiled sweetly Into her own ::= your s
face of
earth, lonely and I Amy was the first to advance, and I, .. k
F The >girl looked at the picture a few I I .
unhappy, as have
ever been ever I as her eyes fell upon the faca of the ; ;

} moments in silent admiration, and since when in my stubborn pride, I lady, who came forward with :

t then she closed the case gently and drove you from my side and tram- arms to receive her, her heart open gave :: : OCALA ICE S
; placed it back beside the time-yel- pled PACKING
your precious love under feet. a great throb of joy, for she knew CO .
y lowed letters .
reverently, tenderly
me come to you now and com- that in
some way her beloved father : Meffert .
as one puts mementoes Taylor _
of the
i' away fort you as [best I may and claim i had found his lost happiness.FOiEY3fIONEY ; i iI .
beloved dead, and closing the drawer I
your sweet daughters as PHONE 34
my own., I .
she left the room softly and locked H* voice vibrated in low Ocala| Florida -; :
sweet in- We would be
TA-R i glad to have =
the door the
behind her. >;
i .;._..Ity, and she looked public call and "
i up into his tid CbUd' -, .. are inspect -
t I" .d 9. OUr plant when =
5.: I .; := our city. ; :
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;: UXIX, NOL 28. _
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.Editor"' I THE OPENING GE1{MAH. I j A Delightfu' Outdoor EntertainmentOne In Honor of Miss Hazel Miller and Miss Two Pleasant Picnics. _' F--:1"--: "",", -'IR

HAPPENINGS ABOUT of the most novel features cf Lang. Yesterday afternoon there were
TCHH. tUne the Quite a number of have been wEIHF"s
O"clock. German Club Cites Christmas festivities in Ocala parties two very delightful picnics at Silver
Mr.Donald Beautiful the ( given recently by members of the
was "chicken
.t Ford spent Christmas in Affair Last Night. pillau" given by Springs and in spite of [the cold

Jacksonville. '! I Last night the Nine O'clock Ger- Col. Felder Lang Monday night in I younger crowd, among them being a weather they were greatly. enjoyed.Mr. .

Dr. man Club'gave the first of a numberof the beautiful oak grove in front of very delightful one Wednesday night, Clifford Ayer gave one of the

twice Allen, of DeLand will preach very pretty affairs planned for the his lovely suburban residence.At when at the home of her parents, Dr. picnics for his brother, Mr. Guy

a month air, Citra. winter season and it proved to be least an hundred persons were and Vrs.' William Anderson, Miss Ayer and his guest, Mr. George .

Fof soaps and perfumereis quite as delightful as it promised.It present to enjoy this novel feast. Sue Anderson entertained for Miss Mitchell, who are here from Atlantafor The.Jeweler

call on Tydings & Co. :Jx3Ira. was given at the Ocala Rifles' They were met at the gate by Col. Hazel Hiller and her guest, Miss the holidays.: Mrs. Marion Izlar .

Ella Ervin and children t j Armory, which was very prettily and Mrs. Lang and their daughters, Madeline Lang, of Portland, Oregon.! : chaperoned the party and in the ",j.'. -:. ..';' _. :;-:""" ,: : 'J"Here's

are I 1 decorated with bamboo palms and Mrs\ Glass Meiggs and Miss Kate The first part of the evening until crowd the
vteiting relatives at Citra. I were following persons: a Nice List From Whichto
j moss. Quite a number of .Japanese Lang and were given a very hearty past ten was devoted to the playingof Misses Mattie Williams, Grace Hat- Select a Suitable Present :.:<

Mr. B. S. Weathers came home 1; lanterns gave an additional prettiness welcome.It progressive whist, Miss Sallie chell, Eloise Miller, Gertrude Peyser, For a Friend. or Relative: ,.-"

yesterday from -a trip to Jackson I( to the ball room. was Col. Lang's intention to Camp and Ralph Robinson winning.I Della Moses, Daisy Kuririker, Louise SOLID GOLD WATCHES ',

ville. % I I The orchestra composed of Mr. hive given an oyster roast but the: the prizes. Harris, Allie: Van Juhan, Louise SOLID GOLD RINGS :,

Capt. James Cribbett and children I Fishel, piano; Mr. \Veihe, clarionet; weather being warm he ,changed his After the card games the boys I Scott, Loulu Moody, Annie :Mathews CUT GLASS WARE ,

spent the holidays at their old home Mr. Volini, of Jacksonville, violin I 1 plans and instead of the roast gave a were given cards on which were pic- Messrs. Guy and Clifford Ayer, i1

at Martel. \ and Mr Lytle, of Jacksonville, cor- pillau. tures of girls and appropriate dis- Geo. Mitchell, B. F. Condon, Troy C JAPANESE WARE

net, were stationed at one end of the The night itself was lovely and the criptions of the girls present. They Hall, Harry Walters, Harry Palmer. INDIAN BtCSSSrNNOVELTIES
Nothing but
pure fresh drugs used had to guess from the discription who GOLD
in our prescriptions. room behind a screen palms.: grounds were beautifully illuminatedwith They returned home shortly after ,1 LODGE EMBLEMS
Tydings& Co
: Mr. Charles V. Miller and Mr. G. many Japananese lanterns and the picture was supposed to be. night after having spent a very STERLING SILVER GOODS

i Mr.! Thos. H. White, of Cleveland, i I R. McKean, dancing with Mrs Miller great bon fires made with turpentine; Afterwards the lights were turned pleasant afternoon. t
The Prices You Will Find AreAs
who owns .property at Citra, will j i i and Mrs. McKean, led the ger- chips. out, and with only the glow from the I r The other picnic was given by Miss Low ,As Good Qualities,

m. make several entries of his make \ Mr. tires to betray the blushes of the Will Admit. Call and See
of I I I:i i man, which was'an unusually pretty George Martin acted as chef fair Beulah Hall and about sixteen of her ,

autos at the Ormond races. !IMrs. I j i one. There were nearly thirty and sot admirably did be succeed young maidens, they were "ompelled yours friends were her guests. They '"-'__ :--:' :: :: '--' -. 1.Vt -

II II I! couples who that he made for himself a lasting tS propose to the boys. The "lespyear"
Thomas,and Miss Oliphant of':I present greatly enjoyed drove to the springs in a wagon and @ I
About nine feature caused great fun and
witnessing the cotillion. reputation. o'clock
Gainesville are the guests of Mr. and spent a very happy afternoon, returning -
Some the feast was ready and merriment and the girls proved themseh.es -
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, for several very pretty figures, among at 6 o'clock.
days. them being quite a number of new a large table especially preparedfor adepts in the art of proposing. Rev. L. B. Warren and Mrs. A. L.

ones, were danced. The opening this occasion and with the pillau Refreshments were then served Izlar chaperoned these young folk. i 12a ,
)tr. and Mrs. A. W.Allan of Allan- :10d
and about
I midnight, after enthusiastic *
figure was a masked one. The young was served bread and butter, pickles, -
dale on Lake Weir, spent Christmasin crackers and expressions of the "good time"they Christmas Gifts.
ladies first entered the room and hot coffee and tea and 48/
Ocala and were guests at the when had all had the bade The Tea Pot 'ht
executed a figure, after which the it is stated that the appetitesof guests Grocery presentedtheir 4

Ocala House. n __ ___ gentleman entered. Partners were some were so keen that as many as good night to the popular young customers this season as a S.

four plates of pillau were called for young hostess and honorees.Big Christmas gift a bottle of excellent .
Dr.eThomas 0. Thompson, of Jacksonville chosen and the grand march then .__ .tT "

spent Christmas day in this took place The room was darkenedand it will readily be seen how greatlythis Carnival Company Coming. perfume in a pretty little case, whichwas -

city with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. the marchers carried lighted outdoor feast was enjoyed. The famous Barkout Carnival com- very much appreciated by the tJrotesstcnat. i

J. M. Thompson. Japanese lanterns. This figure was Both before and after the supper a pany is coming to Ocala and their recipients. -v"---- _

exceedingly lovely. display-of fire works lent a dazzling twelve big attractions will he placedon Another very much appreciatedgift '1'I.E.BIGGS. -

i Mrs. D. C. Warner and children, of There were several other masked beauty to the scene and at ten the government lot for one week, was a box of very fine stuffed ATTORNEYATLAW.Office .

Gainesville, formerly of this city, are dates from the of the 0. ( in Gary-Aguew Block.)
; o'clock the guests all departed after proprietors
y figures, a confetti figure and a number beginning Monday: January 2, and OCALA FI.ORIDA.
f here on a visit. The are guests at having spent an extremly pleasant K. Grocery, who have just recently
of marching and favor figures, I lasting until January 7, inclusive. FULLER. L. F.fcLALOCK.D.D.S.Assistant..
the Montezuma. .. all. of which were very bright and evening and with many expressionsof This carnival company has never visited I!I gone into business. .
-- .
All kinds-of-toilet articles, and at catchy. I praise of the cordial hospitality of Florida before, and the management i The H. Masters store presentedtheir DENTIST.Over
e Mnnroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla.
-reasonable prices. Most extensiveline Misses Sallie Camp and Alice Bul- : O.:>!. and Mrs. Lang. guarantees the Ocala people customers with a box of very 1

in town. Tydings & Co. x This uniqe and deligntful affair I I delicious wafers, thereby sustainingtheir T M. THOMPSON.
lock presided at the favor table und and those living in the immediate J '

The Weir Park correspondent of at the punch table, which was in one was given in honor of Miss Mary vicinity a change of attractions reputation of "The House That Office over PHYSICIAN Tea-pot Grocery AND Opp SURGEON.Montezuma.

the Times-Union says there is a fine corner of the room amidst a bowerof Drake, a popular visitor *rom I usually attendent with carnival com- Treat You Right." OCALA. FLA. ..1

prospect of having a hard road from palms and bamboo, Mr. and Mr:. .: Auburn, Alabama, the guest of Mr. I j panles. Their free attractions are All of these remembrances. were 1 EDWIN SPEN EL "

Leesburg to Ocala. F. L. Watson presided. and Mrs. Rabt.: G. Blake. I[ the best obtainable and the Royal par excellence and largely helped towards ATTORNEY-AT-LAW_
making the Christmas ,
Those in the German Italian band will be a most '
participating certainly a treat. ,
Miss Louise Harris's Dance. OCALA. 7.8.7 ,-
Ross of Dunedin,
Mr. George pleasant one.
were the Following i : This band is strictly a concert band,
Miss Louisa Harris was the hostess K. CHASE
formerly of Martel, was, at his old Mr. and,Mrs. Miller. playing the latest selections. The Hold Your Cotton. J _
of a enjoyable leap yeardanc
He is very I DENTIST
home spending the holidays. Mr. and Mrs,IcKean. I paid attractions .are the latest
The above is the advise
home and ing party last night from eight to given to ECALA. FI
well pleased with his new Mr. and Mrs. D. .S. WoodrowMr. amusement de\"isesand of them
twelve o'clock at the home of her the farmers throughout the country.A ; .
has a nice little grove under way. :: and Mrs. A. II. Marsh. being direct from St. Louis exposi- southerner North CARLOS L. SISIRUNK,
I parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. prominent in
and'lrs.. tion. should ride sacred ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Mr. Geo. Pasteur.Mr. Everybody a
;y Hon. H. W. Long was remembered She was assisted in entertaining her I Carolina says rather than! sacrifice .
and :Mrs. S. A. Rawls. camel during the week. The com- Room 4,\I' ji Building
Christmas day by friends at Tampa, guests by her sstersIiss s Sara I your: cotton at present prices it were
and :Mrs. direr from Madison
Mr. Lee.Miller. comes
Fort Ogden, Dunedin, Miami, Jacksonville and Violet Harris I pany better to burr a million bales. UcIVER and MACKA1
:Mr.: and :Mrs. A. E. Gerig. Florida where they plaYEd a week's
Quincy, Ocala'and in several Mr. Leon Fishel furnished the Mr. Harvey Jordan, presidett of
:Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Clark. engagement under the auspices of
C Jtton Growers Protective Associa-
places in Georgia. He deservesthe music and a very pleasant eveningwas I
Mr. A. ,McLaughlin: and Miss the business men. t |
remembrances. spent by the young people. tion, advises foundation of a cotton -
Marie Patrick of New York. I .
-- I ,, Light refreshments, consisting, of The Ocala Band of Mure;. growers trust and he adds"fightthe .t4; 3;VJ --; '
The Western Union Telegraph Company :Mr.: J. II. Taylor and Miss Helen
I "
with fire.
ice cream and cake, were served There was a full attendance of this FUNERALDIRECTORS

I begin moving today into one of Bush, of Boston. during the evening. useful organization at the semi-an- Farmers, who are able to do so, .

the new stores ,in the Ocala House Mr. G. II. Ford ami Miss Mabel Those presant were Misses Eloise annual gathering held yesterJay afternoon should by all means hold their cot- .

block. The Florida Plumbing .& Taylor, of Cincinnati.Mr. Miller, Grace. Hatchell, Allie Van at Miss Sharpe's kindergarten ton. Prices will certainly advance -f-

Electric Company 'ar) also moving Stephen Jewett and Miss Edith JuhanAnna, Mixson, Louise Scott, schooL The rooms were decora- before the end of the season. Have. a full stock of Coffins Caskets

i nto one of these new stores having Taylor, of Cincinnati.Mr. Edna Dozier, Loulu !Moody, Jessie ted for the occasion and the proceed- and Burial Outfits. Special given to
H. A. Daniel and :Miss Hattie Married Wednesday Night. Burial services.
begun yesterday. Palmer Pauline Sullivan, Gertrude ings were of a very bright and en-
----- :Mr. Henry A Duebel, of this city
Jessie Cooper, Mary E. and Dye.Mr. Peyser, Della Moses, Daisy Kurniker, joyable character.Rev. Embalming to Order
s :Misses Miss and Miss Otillie Saupert, were unitedin
N. A. Weathew and
of Fairfield, Ill., arrived Sallie Camp, Mary Anderson, Sue Henry W. Little presided and
Cora Esther Weathers.Mr. r marriage Wednesday night at 8
and will spend Barco, :Messrs. B. F. Condon, Troy delivered an address on the work
i the city yesterday o'clock at the bride's home
in number
0. B. Howse and Miss
Mary and aims of the which is'one t. 5
will be Hall, Harry Palmer, Irby Norton, society
Miss Cooper
'fi the winter here. 110S East Virginia street, Evansville,
I Ocalians as a Anderson.Mr. Osco and Guy Zewadski, Robert of the sixty thousand branches of the
by many
remembered Indiana.
I H. A. Waterman and Miss Sue J Mathews, John Sullivan, Emmett parent organization, which now has
s regular winter visitor some years agoThey )Ir. Duebel is a prominent real .t:4JerryTBnrnett:
the Ocklawaha Barco. Robinson, Clifford Ayer, Charles a membership of over three millionin \
stopping estate of this and the
are owner city
Mr. E. T. Helvenston and :Miss:
the United States.
Moore and Dr. W. H. Powers.
announcement of his marriage will
Inn.Mr. Louella Gary. Several new members were deco- .
W. II. Cason, one of the Ban- :Mr. S. E. Hiller and Miss Madeline The Foot Ball Game. rated with the silver badgd of the come as a surprise to his friends

ner's staunch friends of Daisy, ac- Lang, of Portland, Oregon.Mr. The Christmas football game played order and applications for member- here. .

companied by hisdaughter.Miss Lula. : M. J. Roess and Miss Violet in Jacksonville by the elevens of ship were handed in. Mr. and :Mrs. Deubel will arrive in

i was among the callers at this office Harris. that city and of Ocala was witnessedby The surging was led by Miss Minnie Ocala about January the tenth and

Saturday and left,a token of his appreciation Mr. Harvey Clark and Miss John- a good sized crowd. Gamsby, :Miss Weathers playingthe will reside at ijr. Deubel's home on

I of the weekly visits of the nie Liddon.Mr. The Ocala boys all played a grand piano. South Fifth street, west.It ,

Ocala Banner. A. C. Finzel and Miss Emily game and were only beaten by Refreshments were served by Club Meets.

Colonel Alfred Martin has disposedof Ford. superior numbers. They were also pretty little girls dressed a la Japanese The "It" Club held a very pleasant Merchant

the lot at the corner of Fort King :Mr. E. J. Crook and Miss.Valeta at the disadvantage of having traveled and this very successful meeting meeting Monday night with :Mr.: and

.' and South Main street to Mr. Potter. all night on a train that was sev- ended with a cordial vote of thanksto Sirs. Harry Cline at the home of Mrs.

a. T.avenue II. Wallis. This is the property Mr. C. H. Lloyd .and Miss Sara eral hours late. They played againsttwo Miss Sharpe for her kindness and Cljne's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. E. i Tailoring.
Harris.Mr. .
hotel was teams during the game, or at to Miss Tatham with best wishes for
the Magnolia j l Yonge.A .
upon which C. L. Sistrunk and Miss Ger- Ocala Florida. >
fire least it amounted to almost that as at
by the New Year.
tree the
4 lcated before its consummation trude Pereda.Mr. Christmas was among Finest
ago. We understandthat W. D. Taylor and Miss Meta the end of the game only two of the pleasant features and many interest- Imported and.
about six years Kept Open House. Domestic Cloths. .
will bet Jewett. original Jacksonville players were in
a neat business building I :\r.l\I. E. Robinson, better known ing games were enjoyed. Refresh- Cutting a Specialty
Mr. J. H. Workman and Miss Edna the
erected thereon in a short time. game. as "Sunny Jim," the strenuous agent ments were served and the young Fits Guaranteed.LUMBER .
Dozier. The game was a very interestingone .I .... .
people belonging this newly t -
steamer Mr Robert Mathews and Miss Jessie for Rosenheim & Company's "Sunny
W E. Fosnot, of the and was hotly contested from
by Palmer. Jim" shoes, kept open house Mon club spent a most delightful }
-{ Delia, of Lake Weir, accompanied Mr. Emmett Robinson and Miss start to finish. The Ocala boys put evening.A II
day in celebration of Christmas as !
his wife, was in Ocala shopping yes- Pauline Sullivan.Mr. up a splendid game and their friends
he has been his custom for the past Motto Good for Any Town.
terday. The captain says that : E. L. Scott and Miss Annie were very proud of their excellent I
* oranges Davis. twenty-one years. His headquarters Pull Madison! This should be
thousand boxes playing.
handled, hundred Stags-T. H. Harris, C. E. Moore, were over the A. C. L. passenger the motto of every citizen, high or ROUGH and

this year as against seventeen, is B. S. Weathers and Mr. Sam Mar- Beautiful Christmas services were depot and more than a hundred of humble, rich or poor. By concerted DRESSEDDry ,
: boxes last year. The Jake shall, of Skirley, S. C. I effort the success of any undertakingis Siding Flooring and Ceiling.z
New held in all of the churches Sunday his friends called on him. From ten ,
in all directions. The Christmas german was cer- assured.-Madison New Enterprise.FOLthliO4FxTAR. ,
Improving morning and all were well attended. o'clock in the forenoon until threein
are coming in and new tainly a charming event, and was B. H. Seymour
settlers Everything has but a forerunner of others equally as The music was a special feature at I the afternoon eggnog, fruit cake, I I ,

houses being built._ delightful that will be given later. all of the churches. cigars, etc., were served. far child' -'" .... ...... Xs .p8m... Ocala, Ha.
look. ; .
an ,upward .

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;, PAGE six THE OCALA BANNER -.._? .:

TRANSPORTATION-THE GREAT For instance, placing almost twice I THE HORSE SHOE FARM. Some Christmas Reflections I P
PROBLEM the tariff on outgoing as on incom- To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
Correspondence Ocala the depot and seeing Consumption
f ing freight, placing largely higher Special Banner. Standing at 1. .

; ruNt HAIIIS, Editor. The Horse Slice Farm, made famous several passenger trains come and go, II
i Why is so much said about freight tariff rates on inland than on sea
f i. P. V. leaveagool, Business Manager. cities.It by Capt. Charles Thomas, with their loads of humanity t -
rates? Does it arise from hostility to port is specific for
going There no
whose valuable] citizenship was ended expectant looks Q
was to prevent these discrimination eager
-1.' # the transportation companies? It that the railroad commissionswere several months ago by death, is now and coming to meet friends or rela- consumption. Fresh air, exerciser -

t 1yv ,_ '. does not so occur to us. We feel established.If under the able management of his. tives, or to visit the old home downon nourishing food and

7 t. I I' quite sure, indeed, that a majority of the commissions find that they oldest son, Mr. J. R. Thgmas, and 'the farm, one is reminded of their i Ii Scott's Emulsion will comepretty'

.;.A ";, the people have a most friendly feel- can give the shippers and communities will be put under modern improve childhood home, and tender memories nea curing it, if there
r_ l ments in detail time will memories indeed I I is anything to build on. Mils
/ every as of the past, .
relief then it better that
ing for our railroads. They recog- no were
1 r ;i T/1 :: Christmas !!I I lions of people throughout the
;.. the shippers be allowed to treat di- permit. This is one of the most are the hearts to which
nize the fact that they are a part of and in good =
lectly with the railroads without the valuable and widely known farms in brings a brief season of enjoyment. i j world are living

our civilization. They are cognizantthat commissions the county, or possibly in the state. How many families, whose members health on one lung.
as a "go-between.
; MOTTO: THE: BANNEK, BELIEVING our railroads have been the The farm includes several hundredacres far and wide, in f I immemorial the a
] have been scattered II J From time
I -l THi 3E AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TOTAKB A great majority of the shippers Jo I Q

4 CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS chief factors in our industrial devel- not hesitate to say that the commis- of very fine lands, somethingover the restless struggle of life, are there I doctors prescribed cod liver

.I :.I opment. They have brought the people one hundred acres in cultivationthe meet again in that Of
\\ TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- sions instead of helping only hamper reunited oil for consumption.

1. r "HVUE3.... WITH THE CO nON PEOPLE of remote sections in bonds of them in their efforts to have the rates bafance very heavily timberedfor happy state of companionship and course the patient could not
AS-D' JT8 FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR very close relationship. they were equalized.As which fancy prices have from good will, which is a source of pure take it in its old form, henceit
MOTTOM destroyed tomorrow we should feel the rates are at present imposedthe time to time been refused. Together I! delight, and one so far removed from did very little good. They

that we had retrograded a thousand inland cities are completely at with,this is several hundred head of the cares or the world that the religious can take

years and were re-living in the "dark cattle, sheep ants hogs. belief of the most c vilized
the of the cities and
1904. seaport
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, : mercy
age ." the doing of a wholesale business is The farm has been experimentingthis nations, and traditio is of the savage I SCOTT'SEMULSION "

.:: CHRISTMAS. Mr., E. P. Bacon, of Milwaukee, out of the question.This season with Japanese sugar cane alike, number it among the first I

Wisconsin, chairman of the executive for making and pasturing and condition of ex- '
,.,. manifest inequality should not syrup joys of a future
committee of the interstate commerce found it to be
From Sunday's Daily, and cannot continue. If .so, the in- very istence., o
law convention, recently held in St. Thomas' lifetime be f
During Capt. old recollections and
in land cities must at least the How many
There were shepherds abiding "hangup and tolerate it for a long
Louis, in an article printed in the made of the I
a reputation producing does Christmas time
"; the field, keeping watch over their and the bow. There is oil not
time. no ,
North American Review for .
January, .
finest of here that has
; flock by night. And the angel of the The history of LiV3 Oak and Gainesville quality syrup awaken!
1902, spoke as follows on the subjectof excepting butter, so easily
been made in the state and it is
i .: Lord came upon them; and the angel and Ocala, all tell the same I ever I am now far distant from the spotat and absorbed by the
our transportation problem: the intentention of the digested
I ,i said, "Fear not; for behold, I bring story-to do a wholesale business managementto which year after year we met on cod liver oil in the _
"There is no element in the economic worldso system as
( ,; you good tidings of great joy, which pervasive as the 'cost of transportation. It those who have tried_ it find that they continue to improve upon the that day a happy family. Many ) form of Scott's Emulsion

't constitutes an integral part of the cost of methods left with the farm. hearts that throbbed there
And there so 'gaily
shall be to all people. must pull up stakes, and move bag is
article of tood and clothing used by every mat, The when and that is the reason it so
i :: was with the angel a multitude of woman and child. and of all .materials that and baggage, to Jacksonville or Japanese-cane, properly have ceased to beat; and many eyes in whereits
the heavenly host, praising God and enter into the construction and furnishing: of a Tampa. a handled, produces a splendid qualityof that shone so brightly there have
habitation for man, the heating and lighting of use must be continuous.
saying, "Glory in the highest, and such habitation,and, in fact of everything that Who is it so blind that cannotsee syrup so closely resembling that of ceased to glow; the hands we grasped -

on earth peace, good will toward is employed for the sustenance and comfort and that this is a suicidal policy and the ribbon cane that it is difficult to have grown cold; and yet the old We will send'you a
gratification ot man. To him who ultimatelymeets z
difference. The
men." it in the price of what he consumes, it puts to the blush the farmer who distinguish yieldis home, the'dining room and parlor, sample free.

The Ocala Banner the glad comes as mysteriously as the wind which good and the syrup can ba boiled the voices and +
repeats "ki'led the goose that laid the golden merry smiling faes, fJ Be sure that this i'
'bloweth where it listeth and none can tell i much thicker with no danger making picture In the form ofa =
readers. In the cele- the
, tidings to its whence it cometh and whither it goeth.' It is eggs. most trivial circumstances con-
label Is the
en wrapper -
bration of this festal season it hopesits collected as silently and as unconsciously to the sugar.A nected with the happy meetings, of every bottle of
actual payer as the customs duties of the goy Capt. Denham Promoted.An business I
full significance will be understood prominent man was crowd mind at each Emulsion you buy.
eminent,the levying of which is the subject of in railroad upon my re-

I} and apprecated and the day deliberate and sharply contested legislation, important change here figuring on it this week and currence of;, the season, as it had Scott &Bowne ;t
f circles effective 1st will be "
over which the entire country is thrown into a January of the future makersof
: will be one of joy and gladness. paroxysm every few: years." the retirement from the of says one money been but yesterday. Happy, happy Chemists "
the fiat wood's country is Jap- Christmas, that can-win us back to I
The figures furnished by the statis- 409 Pearl StreetNWYork '',
, x. Brazil 28 battle- general superintendent of the Atlan- the delusion -
is building new anese cane and machinery for manu- of our childhood days,
. tical bureau of the treasury depart- tic Coast Line of William B. transporort
ships. uapt. us through many miles
facturing it. PETE STANLEY. .c. Y
ment of the United States show that Denham. He is now in Wilmington, away to the old home down on the Sac and
It is reassuring to know that, re- the import duties collected during the to which place he will be transferedas "Do It To Day" farm. WANDERER. '

duced to twenty-five the Pan- .
men three years from 1897 to 1900 inclu- assistant to fourth VicePresidentJ. The time-worn injunction, "Never -
f ama will neverJibe able to surround -
t army sive, aggregated $551,001,42 and the R. Kenly. put oL 'til to-morrow what you can do

;. Sentinel.Secretary Taft.-Milwaukee: freight earnings of the railroads of Morton Riddel, assistant chief en- to-day," is now generally presentedin PlantotioQ for ent ..

, -. ------ the country for the same period aggregated gineer since last June, is slated to this form"Do it to-day!" That is ,

The Jacksonville Board, of Trade 2,843,038,287. succeed Mr. Denham. Mr. Riddel the terse advice we want to give you
has appointed a committeejto [go to So it is seen at a glance ,how inti- before going to Savannah, was! a district about that hacking cough or demor- For 1905 X X

Washington and extend a personal mately and enormously our railroadsare superintendent, stationed at alizing cold with which you have been The .

I invitation President Roosevelt to connected with proverty oelonging to the esiaf of Abram Martin, situated
our everyday
Richmond, Va. struggling for several days, perhaps in the eastern portion of Sugar Hammock comprising a planta-

: i visit that city sometime during the affairs. The departure of Capt. Denham and weeks. Take some relibale remedy for 350 tion !of about 500.Bunder fence -a mw wire fence), about
acres of
,: present season. They lay tribute on every householdand I family from Savannah, says the it to-day and let hat remedy be Dr. next year. are in fine state 0* cultivation: is for rent z

., A good many men make money, on every "individual, but these Morning News of that city, will be a Boschee's German Syrap, which has Thes for 3 Ian the is!cultivation ale regarded as of the best quality and are well adapted _

exactions would be borne with matter of to friends. been in use for over thirty A of all the crops produced in this section.
; and .sometimes women, also, not be- regret many He years. Apoly to

I patience and without a murmur pro- is his subordinatesand few doses of it will I undoubtedly re-
have brain but because among
cause they DAVID *
: S
t others haven't. The above is the vided they were levied on all sectionsand is an efficient railway man. leive your cough or cold, and its con- WOODROW, wt) ,

l view of an expert. communities alike.It Capt. Denham's railway career tinued use for a few days will cure Ocala, Fla.

. is the inequalities of the exac- began in 1870, when as a graduate of you completely. No matter how aY -
Noted actress advises the # ;t a if
; against tions that hurt: and destroy some the Virginia Military Institute, he deep-seated your cough,even if dread ;k i 4: ll 44 Y4a6ar. "

wearing of diamonds because they consumption has attaked lungs, *"
: communities while they build your
up entered the service of the Wilmington -
;. destroy the best expression of the others. German Syrup will surely effect a
:: face, dim the fire of the eyes and Columbia and Agusta railroad as cure as it has done before in thou-
assistant engineer. Later he was sands of -T
apparently hopeless cases of
make the teeth look like chalk. If ; '
employed with the Southern Express lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25cj I X7E extend to our friends and customers the com- ::
;. you are a little shakv on the subject, regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti- TT pliments of the
Company, afterwards becoming as- i season, and take this occasion f _
. and have diamonds that in SORE :
are your :Monopoly Drug Store. m to thank
1) sociated with the Florida Central and you for a patronage that. has enabled us :
way and givingyou trouble, put them to close
Peninsular Railroad in the capacity We notice by the Bart w Courier- most successful. year in our history. t
x in the Ocala :Banner's Christmas When
of civil engineer. Aferwards was Informant that our friend, Mr. Alberus g t we can serve you COME IN AXD TALK IT ;
: stocking and the editor will wear them OVER WITH .
appointed resistant superintendent of Vogt, the "Duke of-Dunnellon,". US.Commerciei. t
and risk the consequences.
FEET the St. Johns and Lake Eustis Rail- the man who first discovered phos- | Bank,

'Advertising may pay some people way. phate in Florida and made fortunesfor '! Ocala :
but I don't think it would pay From there he went to the Florida himself_and others and built up a .*. S. H. BLITCH 44r- :;:

(. me," was the response of a man pretending Southern Railroad as superintendent, great industry in the state out of the : MANAGER., A. H. MARSH : 1,

k b to do business on one of the which place he filled with such credit find; a pleasant gentleman and one ...... ASS'T MANAGER. t

Jo }
days ago when approached on the general superintendent of the Jack- mQnwealth's army of energetic citi- ..... "..;'..,

.. subject by a representative of the sonville, Tampa and Key West rail- zens, has moved to Bartow from .

: Banner he lIe this ;"'to"">>>>""", foJ->> r10
Daily as.. continued with way. went from service to Marion county and will there engagein --tUU>>_fo _,", L

his vocation of picking bugs from his IIA1DS the Plant System, being stationed at the real estate business. Marion "f< ,
a. <.
B .. raisin box and pulling sprouts from Gainesville, Fla., as superintendent Special "'.,
:: i iI county's loss is Polk county's gain. Offer From

;> ,,: his onions and potatoes. I of the fourth and sixth divisions. On Here is to him: May he increase his the (;

f The Tampa Herald says a popular One I j February 1, 1900, he went to Savan- fortune as he will surely advance the Thrice o. Week[ New York = f r,_.

: : : young_attorney of that city vill make NightTreatment j i nah as general superintendent of theI interests of his new home, helping as World.

: the race for from I same system. few to build the waste Sunda Thrice-a-Week. merits is issued thret timeo9 .....
congress': this dis- may up _places h..11 t e ... iI t a week-that other .!,-

t trict two years hence. If the young of fair Polk and adding increase to The tant World events establishment promptly. accurately,the largest and in existence, SL"1 tits Weekevery service and It entire .morning..*. service exceptfArtisan -:
Bilious Colic Prevented. lmpartlilly. tells "
you of .
prejudice or favor. Its Everything: ; aU
attorney referred to is half aswise"as the progressive little .city of Bartow stories by the world's most famous auffi the n-ws *5 iti ",reported. In addition in jts columns' Without P01'ral ;
with Take a double dose of Chamberlain's market reoorts. No other pubu4tion eves strong p lhical cartoons Tam It"S Pnblishes se- Z'-
Commercial '
,"> PJ the Herald pretends to believehim I, -Leesburg especially desirous or adding g' halt so much at the money elaborate and accurate ",.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea thefollowingunusualclub offer-in fat the bestwClubbing to our mailing .
'. be he will smother his ambition for offer net issnejThriceaWeek quickJy' we make it'Bein

'> this particular office and stick to his Remedy when the first indication of Be Quick. : '" ::

the disease and threatened Not a minute should be lost when a World, Cosmopolitan
- law practice. The people of the first ( appears a Magazine IX .
.w ( child shows symptoms of ar
attack may be warded off. Hundredsof croup. T All Three Pers' Bazar
"' congressional district are:not yet people use the remedy in this way Chamberlrun's Cough Remedy givenas One Year Each for $1.00. ;'ii--._

ready to send an amateur to congress.De with perfect sucess. For sale by all soon as the child becomes hoarse, Or rldeliverycharge we will send the Thrice-a-Week World and the Dew lyo3 World t..>t-..,
prop.eIl <
, Soto County News. druggists. m or even after the croupy cough ap- the Almanac,may ..... Those ta"'ng advantage of the Almanac and fncycloDiedia: <>--
by it.
y.t Soak the feet or Hands on retiring pears, will prevent the attackIt word to will'. burnt, mane direct o this of$.'..8s. Three.......free. of...& ThOle.0.d0 Mtn offer are and net also doslriu. f:'

t Old and grizzled, J. H. Wallis, who in a strong, hot, creamy lather of lIon. W. T. Bundick, a famous never fails and is pleasant and safe you upon POStal card request, Address sample copies of the Thri.Week and only Ii.if'!'
4' ,1 joined the Mormons in 1851,. testified CUTICURA SOAP. temperance lecturer, visited Ocala to take. For sale by all druggists. m "
- Dry and
: and spoke in the Methodist church L
4 before the senate The
. investigating committee anoint : World ,
freely with
' CUTICURA Capt. T. :M. Richards and wife, of ,
: in Monday night. Owing to the fact NOT -A!ways fill in P.O. r
Washington follows F'0 Box *
j. as : "I OINTMENT number 1703.New
the great Skin Boca Ratone, were guests at the promptly W0RL0. Thus your letter York N. Y.
win ,
tr there
were so Christmas reach
never believed very much in the Cure and I many proper department
>; purest of emollients. Palms :Monday. :Many questions were ,
festivities on hand for that night the
celestial ,
marriage business. I stood Bandage lightly in old,soft cottonor asked the visitors about the Japanese
f : ap as a jn four audience was not so large as it other- THE -
proxy; marriages of linen. For OL
itching UB
burning, colony that is under their supervisionat
wise would have been. Those who HOUSE.
living Ur dead
women men. Before and scaling eczema, ,rashes, inflammation Boca Ratone, and all they had to
y the it is attended the lecture enjoyed it very
: necessary take and
chafing, for redness say was decidedly favorable to the

the endowment, and I guess I've been roughness, cracks and much. -
i new comers. Capt.! Richards thinks Cuisine First Class

through the temple twenty times fissures, with brittle, shapeless The cold wave fell upon us like a 1 that they are the most industrious fates Beasogable. r
within the past four or five nails this
years. treatment is simply wolf on the fold. On Tuesday night fellows he has ever seen and all that ,
Nice occupation for, a sane man who wonderful !Refurrjjisljed!)
frequently curing in at a dance in the early evening fans they do is done thoroughly and intel- Special 1 1
pretends to have .brains in his head. one night. Rates by Month.
and open doors and windows were ligently. They are now busy getting
The idea of standing in OImpk, Rumor Cure coniutini of CUTIcrJU.
b ;. proxy a mar- P\1li fIoaP.Se.o, tedmt.YiaI j rV.i form of ChoeoJ&e COIled very much in evidence. But at 12 4 out seed beds of tomatoes and are en- -
riage to living wives to dead husbands :.f.('harterbOQM per Bq.of GO,)Wit,mtnt.Mc.Jt Rue de Ufiui Dmotoi London.lIoIto..
1IlIIIIbuI Aw foR Drag It chum Corp..Sole I o'clock .there was a hurried search thusiastic over the progress they -
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f THos.
:,.. :,end tor"now to Core for heavywrap3|[ ,and overcoats. have already made.-Tropical Sun. J. B4RNES.
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the little ., ..
NEW CAPITOL -1 1jl one with the old, lullaby ----- -- --'<-
"rock 'a bye baby"-noW' sunken

: down and crumbling away and surrounded -
Y 1 by a dark and dirty circle of Orange s
a race which can never feel or appreciate
ci: ; the sacred memories and '
hallowed associations which cluster J. <,,",
Q around its every stone? 2To- mere is .
r --- -- seen.of the happy country lass-the .
1E- r '
.. .
queenliest of women-strolling downthe : '
: : ,
beautiful avenue on summer 3
evenings to watch the matchless A fine:supply of Orange and][
I everchanging cloud pictures of sunset Grapefruit Trees on Soar Or-
fame! A'o more does she stmdatLhe ange and Bough Lemon, stocksin y
:gate a.n.d.gaze with rapture upon the prime condition for planting
i glowing beauty of the evening start
,with ear intent to catch the sound of now.Writs for our 1905 catalogue i{
:the hoof-beats of the splendid steed which give descriptions andprices
which bears the gallant cavalier who I
t on Oranges and Grape
.'worships at ter shrine So more Fruit, also on other Fruit ,
J at evening tide is heard the music- of Trees, Shade Trees Roses and '" '
;the cow-bells on the meadows as the Ornamental Shrubs.
'"lowing herd comes winding orer the
: :.;"e
!iiJE* lea. No more at mid-summer's noon fi

JI does happy, manly country jj lad i c
rest upon the curb and drink the life ;
giving liguid. from the old oaken :

bucket. ].1 :
*t>h!hour dear to my heart are the scenes of my 6.-
cht !hood them, to when Y ew tend.'* recoUestion presents .::; .;i.

Fw it I But all of these are now but a G. L TABEft, PROP.
and will become .1;;
memory soon a -$
Gten Saint Mary Ha.
i a tradition.
The a Come then, of the flax 3 I. 4JBll
Building gentlemen
: In which Hon. N. B. Broward wilt: be JJI
: inaugurated January ; House of Representatives, and joinme 'J
-'- .. --.-.-- .. -. .- ... in this the most promising meas- a

; JHE H[ OLU SOUTHRH[ encash ta remember the grand old I Happy homes handed down from sire I hung in magnificent profusion, are i ure our yet rural attempted districts for the to restorationof their old "."

country.hoe s of ante bellum days. to son, from generation to genera-I now dark,. cob-webbed and mouldythe : time happy and prosperous condition. jj I

: .. Magnificent rr;1J.f>ions around which i I tion, until every tile upon the roof owit tit habitation The of the bat and the Place this bill upon the books as a I I/\

PLANTATION HOML the tew rirg magnolias lifted their:i and every tree, and every sod were luxuriant with splendid rare shrubs parterres and radiant once statute enacted, and thus lay the !

splendid form towards: the blue i sacred, and about which memories'! with beautiful flowers which charmedand foundation for a monument to your
I i f i! selves more glorious than marble
Vivid dome cf the Southern. sky! ,, and tEe and associations too halloed to beI delighted the eye with their 1
Picture of Life ig tIe and more enduring than brass I .,.
ragged oaks threw out their umbrageous -I profaned,. clustered. All these brilliant hues, and intoxicated the
South in ( llte-Bellum i I|: boughs beneath which the happy j have; passed away t Abandoned-de-:; son-es with theirrich perfume, where Married. Q 1-
II the honey-bee moved from flower to ": bM
Tinges. \I I I: children played and listened to the I serted-in ruin and decay. Closedup flower and gathered sweetness while At the Baptist church at Island -

.. I i|: charnung notes of the mocking bird. I and left to the vicissitudes of the !i yet The dew drops: sparkled like Grove by Rev. H.CL Martin, at 7 p.

Maj. L. T.Izkrr of this city, before -i i i These grand old; colonial structures,It t t weather and the ravages of time or''II 1 diamonds in the bosom of the rose, m., Dec. !, 1904. Rev. J. MV Thompson .. 1BHT
his |i surrounded without with all that the turned over to a thriftless negro have fallen a prey to the ruthless ,of La Crosse and Miss Annie
removal to Ocala from South j of the shear,
ravages plough or else
f Carolina nature and arc could furnish to I tenantry. When abandoned and deserted Carlton daughter of Mrs.W. T. Carlton -
; was a member of the legislature -I neglected and overgrown, with weeds
':! I, beautify and adorn, and supplied the moss covered roof is falling ,of Island Grove. w
| I and
ot that state and the author of i : out with briars-the
I I I I with all the comforts and conven-' in,leaving the bare rafters like :; happy home of the rabbit and The bride has relatives and friendsin
: i,the Good Roads bill and in discussing -i t t The First of the Tur.t .
iences that a cultivated taste could the skeleton ribs of a mighty body in i ij j| the wood-rat! "Not a rose in the Ocala who*are interested in this t 3
| the merits of the bill i -
drew the
I j !I wilderness left on the stalk to ten Will vista of pleasing '
suggest and ample means supply, | which joycm souls once lived and happy event open a palate
,following beautiful picture of the old where the garden had been.
;. were the habitations at the lordliest f| animated the now lifeless corpse surprises if Mark Rogers Whiskey is
|plantation, home. j! ;I The great old hearthstone around 1 Mr. Fred Pfeiffer is in Ocala on a ,. '
j i
Th*splendid halls and beautiful ornate ,
men and the queenliest women that in and "tuck.
; i which the grandsires sat and charmed your standby "nip"
It is a literary gem and wa believewill visit to his sister, Mrs. Fred G.B.
i chambers which resounded i ij j
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[r,readers of this paper: I I i.I Ii hospitality of which even to this day I! kept time to sweet music beneath iI j j halloween tales-where the mother f the Times-Union exhibit at the re- with age and smooth of price.

Many of you, like myself are old I is a proverb: in the civilivze world! the brillliant illuminations which lulled to sleep the drooping eyelids of cent great fair in St. Louis. OC.AL.HOUSE WINE: ROOMS.'r

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Strange Christmas Phenomenon at BEUEVIEW.S / .
Lady Lake. Appicauon for Tax Deed Under Secttou 8

'r--:: To the Kditorof the Ocala Banner. When the 2:30 A. C.. L. passenger ccinl Corrrspondtnce OcaU lUnner. Ded: at'antville, Florida, December : IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED- Chapter 4888 Law of Florida. [I

5'_ T The Banner has struck the vital train arrived at Lady Lake on the Walter Nelson, Cecil Bryant and 15, 190.1, Valentine Fant, an old i. Jwvinschims! :legatees or demaod, distributees against and the all estate persOn olj .NotICE IS HEREBYGIVKN and Frank THAT L. Hall TOOTlE purchaser

.- point.in the discussion of the matter morning of December 25 two top Sidney Maddox, the three young men and respected citizen of this com I "ame-withJn II. T.Wartmana.twp )rars decracd to the, to undersigned present the 01 dated the* of 4th tax day certificates of April Nos.A. D.508 1898 Iud 4W 755 of

t of freight! charges to interior points. buggies: were seen standing astride who are attending school at Lake munity. The, deceased was born in : they. will be barred. Thl" the 4th dayuf October said July 2.certificates A D. 1894,1050 m lily datiod omce.July and'. 1889.has ha*nude filed -
In its last it is the arrived homo morning South Carolina I I 5 WAKTMANJf for tax deed to tune in accordancewith
:' : analysis same the comb of the ,roof of the depot. City, Thursday Andrson county, 10781 Kj L .Vmitmtruior application law s.t<1 certificate embrace the follow. -

_ question raised!! by the President's. The conductor told a passenger from for the holiday. but has been a citizen of Marion I county ing described, Florida tow property: situated in Marion -

J message -Congress.. "Does the Ocala who:alighted that he distinctlysaw Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and county for the past fifty: years. He I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. southeast 7.07 chains quarter square of southwest in .uthwest quarter corner section of

I \_ I 1' state possess the power to control that a horse was still attachedto little son, spent; Christmas'with. j )iud the Baptist church when I I 7. township 18 range '3. 14 chairs north and
south by 33 68 chainJ- ut and west la northeast

, ;;/ freight charges." The matter of oneof the buggies. It was after- Smith's mother in Oxford. nineteen yeas of age and during his ]J runE JL qualified CNUFRSIGNFD as ext-cutor 01 HAVING the t Ute BERN tof McCormick and coruer northeast of nurthwet quarter quarter of southwest of southeast quarter quaner

f. ri; regulating inter-state commerce is wands discovered!: that there was no Mrs.' W. 11. Bryant returned from whle: life kept the aith. He enlisted given toatl Neat CI deceased- legatees notice and dthtribii'ers.ii hereby section chains 15.west township ot seoutheast 14 range corner 22. Commencing'S of southwest

p;; .j 1.. new. The right of a state to regulate horsejthere unless he had made his Bartow Saturday to be with her in the Confederate army from S and aain--t all said ptr'ou-estate having to present calms! the same or demands within thence quarter section nonh 12 14.chains.town.hjp west 14.3 1-3 range chains 13, .

r charges made by, and the opera- escape before daylight. Anyway, family Christmas, although she left this county and served throughout 19.14 twoyenis. This 7'.h BRNRV day of ectmbcr.L. niCKtON.i6fit : A.. I). I 3!south i-3ch 12 his chain'west. east of southeast 3 i-3Chains corner Commencing of southwest .

tion of, transportation companies the buggies were there and are there her mother still quite sick. the! civil war with zeal and devotion. ,;; Ki:-cutor. quarter cf southeast quarter section 3.
r ... township 14. range 22, thence west 4 2-5 f bains
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f : within the state boundaries has long now as there is no machinery in the Among his comrades still living are north 10 chains east 4 2.3 chains south 10
The Ch-istmas entertainment, APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
NOTICE OF chains.
r.fO E.;: been conceded by all. The statute town to lower them to the ground. hall Capt. R. D. Harrison, of Leesburg:: ( TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. The said land being assessed at the date oftheJ'
in the town
' which was given issuance of such certificates in the.names of -
...;. i -: : creating a railroad commission in this Tho people of Lady Lake do not I and Mr. M. L. Armstrong oT Blitch- J --- unknown and F. C Crawford. Unless said
Saturday night, was a prettily I
certificates shall be redeemed according to law.
, 4-: state is ample and sufficient to protect know whether there was an explo- ton. 4- V'Of.CE IS HEKE8\"Gl\'J STUAT ON TilE tax deed will issue thereon on the 2jra day of
arranged affair and gracefully carried i> 9th day Jauuatv, A. U.. 1905. I will apply
A. D.
r all interests, but the commission sion in a freight car loaded with buggies Mr. Fant was a trood citizen, a to Honorable kobert Hallo- k. courty judge in January Witness my official 1905. signature and seal this the
t out. The principal characters being and for Marion county. state of Florida at his
?,. I It worse than a nullity. It is a positive or whether [Santa Claus in his most estimable neig'ibor, an effec- office in Oc--tla. in said county, for an order l9dayofDec.[SEAL] A. D., 1904.5. f. SISTRUNK. 4
, Santa Claus, Miss Starbright, six nuthoitztngnie. as Guardian ot the minor heirkoftheestateof -
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. :
detriment. It prevents all cornS flight over the town left t'wo of his tionate husband and a loving father. ;! Kate I'. Kagan.deceased to kcll 12 23
brownies, two poor chilJrenana their at private sale the followig property belongingto
S: t : petition between tho railroads, and yehicles. He leaves a wife, seven children and aid tstate, to wit:
mother, supported by a chorus of I j Aniinduidfit one filth interest In the rorth NOTICE
:; the rates promulgated and enforced Possibly the, railroad commissionhad a large number of friends to mourn II i halt of south east quarteraud south half of the .
fifteen or eighteen. children ranging I nonh east quvrter of section thirty Kmr and
: by the commission constitute a rob- something to do with this strange his death. His children are J. W.I I the northwest quarter. !ud mmhwrsi. quarter In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
from four to fourteen. At the closeof f of south west quarttr. of .sectiou ih.rly fl"call Florida, Marion .
:: : : bery of the great mass of people of phenomenon, but as the people of Fant, of Morribton, Fla. ; Douglas': in township thirteen south. range "nineteen -. county, in Chancery.W.
the exercises, which consumed ani containing 360 acres in alt, lu .Vaiioii couuty \\'. Oyatt Complainant. vs. John O. Math-
: this state under the forms of law. It Lady Lake have strenuously appliedto i Fant of Flemingten, Fla.; A. B. and Florida. ea s. et al. Defendants.TT .
hour, the presents were distributedfrom I Mid interest in lands belonging to th. estate
F is an open secret amcng the well informed i I the commission to establish anagency J. S. Fant, of Anderson, S. Q. ; )Irs.Davis of the said Kale P. Hrran.' d..cea.e.1. to be -sold IS ORDERRDTHATTHEDEFEXriArtlS-
I the two large trees, whIch occupied forth be;t interest of t-aid rumor hears 1 herein named. John O. Mathews, Kf ;;-
f: !- that the transportation companies at this flag station they are of Irvine, Fla. ; Mrs. Archie 'I This 8th day of Dec 1904: MJHhcws M. if erst, Sons & Co ,aco partnership .;
each end of the stage, and u 94t. ].E. KAGAN, Guardhn. corapcs lof]..seph Fen-t. Joseph strauss: at"daion
} ji are delighted with the work- I loath.to believe it. VISITOR. fP )Melver of Blitchtcn, Fia., and R. B. I \ Ferst. Mohr Brothers a co-partnershi,
each child was made happy with a I composed of Lazarus Mohr and Anson Mohi.
: ings of tho commission, saying it is Fant of Fantville. I George Page us executor of the lat will and
Doctors Could Not Help Her bag of candy. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING testament of Benjamin F. iMge. dec astU. and
!:" much more convenient to manage a NEIGHBOR. CD.Masseyand P.S. Jones, be and 11"are
"I had "
; o kidney trouble for years. Christmas seemed unusually noisy hereby re 'Uited to appear 10 the b;" complaint -
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small commission than to
t prevent writes Mrs. Conn Moniston, Fla., Dec. 23, 1905. I in this cause on or before
L- Raymond r, of this in the line of fireworks, MlHE ANNUAL FETING OF THE STOCK the and
Monday day
j day of January, .4.D .
unfavorable legislation every two ----- holders of the Cer.tral National Dank cl 190$
O. Shelton, Wash., "and the doctors tin horns etc. and the racket beganon I Ocala mil be held at the otaccs of the bank at II It is further ordered ihat a copy of this order -
years. There is only one thing to Miss Daisy Leiter's Fiancee. I Ii I i am. the loth of Janu try 1905 for the purpose be published once a week; for four consecutive
could not help me I tried Foley's i 1 of electing directors and weeks in the Ocala Banner. ?
transicting othernect'5N1rv
the 17th and almost any
: was kept up Formal announcement of the
engagement j Done this November
do: eitheir abolish the commission busne.ss The meeting will be held 25th. 1904.
:;:' Kidney Cure and the very first dose until the 26th. in the offices of the bank. [SEAL] S. T SISTRUNK. ,,'
i -; and give the interior towns the advantage j continuously of Miss Daisy Leiter to the I HERBERT A. FORD. Clerk Circuit Court.
gavo me relief and I am now cured.I President H. L, Anderson By liable L. Godson,D. C.
t ,- of rate cutting, or amend I Mrs. Mclndoe, who nas been very earl of Suffolk and Berkshire was F. I, W.TSON, Cashier. 12-23-31 Complainants Solicitor. 12-2 <
q cannot say too much for Foley's
\ : the transportation ill is slowly recovering. made on Sunday of last week. Just
j: ./ the statute by compelling Kidney Cure," It makes the diseased ,

r companies to fix charges kidneys sound so they will eliminatethe Daniel Sykes, who was injured on recently, at the marriage of Miss II NOTICE OF PUBLICATION NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

-; : strictly on a mileage basis and fix poisons from the blood. Unless the railroad at Dade City on the 15th, I Nancy Leiter to Major ColinCampbell DER AND BYIRTtE
Of A
: this basis'not'on conditions existing they do this good health is impossible was able to walk down town Tues the earl of Suffolk served the Department of the Interior Land Office at U decree rendered by the Honorable CERTAIN W. S

PostofHce drug store. Gainesville Fla., ")ec. jgth, 1904. Bullock,judge ot the circuit conit of the fifth .
i' : during the antedeluvian days when m groom as best man. The earl of indicia encuit of Florida, sitting in chanc-ry
a day.Mr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE for ilarion county. in a certain cause pending
Senator Yuleo owned the only road A Pleasant Picnic. and Mrs. Gate and son, of Suffolk, .Henry Molyneux: Paget sawed st-Uler has filed notice of thereIn. wherein Tampa Building and Investment -
r if his intention to make final proof in support of Company is complainant and Samuel W.
in Floridalbut on rates obtaining in Tuesday Mrs. B.V.. DIount gave Ocala, went through Belleview in Howard, succeeded his father the his claim and that said proof will be made be Teague and others are defendants said decree
fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla. on rendered on the 22nd day of November I
-- In otherstates today. So much fort a picnic at Silver Springs for her their automobile Saturday en route eighteenth earl, in 1S98. lIe has been Jannary 28th. 1905. will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder 1004.
for cash at public outcry, before the
the gEDeralliituaUon. guest, Miss Clyde Summers, of Dade to Lake Weir. aid-de-camp to LordCurzon, viceroyof viz Homestead: Charleys 32844 F.for Waterman the west half of Stanton of northeast, Fla door (south) in Ocala. Marion county court Honda house, _
,:- between the legal hours of sale on the first. -
: What:about Ocala and Marion City. About fifteen children, chap- Miss Ella Sykes, of Silver Springs, India, since 1898. Miss Daisy Leiter, and quarter northeast, southeast quarter quarter of northwest southwest quarter quarter Monday in January, 1905. to-wit;

county? & eroned by Mrs. Blount, Mrs. Carmichael arrived here Wednesday and is a when in New York, was often the section He 24 township 17 south range 25 east. The Janwru 2nd 1905.
names the following witnesses to prove following described leal propel ty in Mar.

t You have written about the Ock- and Mrs. Standley wet-t out in guest of Mr. R. C. Ridge. guest of Mr. William C. Whitney. ,,his'f said continuous land viz residence: Clrude McCraney.upon and of cultivation Higley. ion Lots County i, 2.3.florida 9. 10 and to-wit n o.f: Samuel W.Teague's

awaha river as a means of cheap carriages and spent the day most S Mr. R. C. Ridge has been suffering The marriage of Miss Leiter to the ,Fla ,Jack Brantley. of Higley Fla.Duncan Mc resurvey of lots 54. 59 and 60. cald well's addi
Craney, of Higley, Fla., Augustus Stephens. of tion to Ocala accordme to tilat TfenrArA tn ..h....
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transportation. Give this The enjoyably. with two verysore thumbs, one bad earl of Suffolk will be celebrated on Higley, Fla. clerk's office for :Marion county, rionda. or so
; up. much thereof
12 23 W. G, ROBIXSOJf. Register. j s may be necessary to satisfy
day for the use of this stream is past. burn, the other obstinate sliver. December 27th. said decree and costs'
Tusday afternoon Earl Lindsay H. M. HAMPTON,
I Tell tho railroad commission to go West's Mills at Levon closed down NOTICE. 12 2 Special Master in Chancery.
happened to a most unfortunate Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
: the devil, and build a small road to last week for the holidays and manyof ---- ---- .- -
accident. He was riding on the pony Foley Co., Chicago originated NOTICE.To .
I the St John's river. Everybody is the employet-8 took advantage of Application for Tax Deed Cr der section 8 of
belefiging to the Blount boys, when Honey and Tar as! a throat and lung Chapter 4&8. Laws of Florida. S
agreed that if this town is tot the vacation to go to their homes in
I ; grow suddenly the horse jumped, throwing. S. emedy, and on account of the great NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HENRI- All Persons Interested.

-ome plan to carry goods at much ; Earl W the ground.; His! arm was Georgia. JOSA. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey No. JoSS, dated the_ purchaser 2d day t of Nov.axt A.certificate D. 1896 rr-HE I Russell UNDERSIGNED sleep and Warren GCARDUN OF EVA

i lower rates must be put in effect. i and Tar many imitations are offered has filed said certificate in my office. and has nors, will at 3 o'clock p. m,leroy ont"rittJU Sleep, mi
made for
broken in two places, between the PIiIE.COVHPO4'n' application tax derd to issue! in accord-
Will we permit it to be said that for the genuine. Ask for Foley's ance with law. Said certi cate embraces the the y>th day of December, tyof
: wrist and the elbow. Doctor Hood and following desct ibed property situated in Marion By petition apply to the Honorable County
Honey Tar and refuse
any county. Florida. towit: Judge of Marron
knowing the cause of our trouble d ex.fa Baer, county Florida at his office A
ar bet the fractures and the young sufferer Social substitute offered as no other prepar- t6 23 chiins square in the southeast corner DC the court house in the city of Ocala. Florida for "
; northeast quarter of northeast quarter of section -.. authority to sell at private sale all
: the at hand Smith who has the
having means to Mifea Reffie been right
remove is now resting very comfortably. tion will give the same satisfaction. I 5. township 15 range 21 title and interest the said minor children

: it we are incapable of organization? spending several months the H; re It is mildly] laxative. It contains no I. the The issuance said land of such being certificate assessed in at the the naiseoi date 01 in have and as to heirs the following at law of described Henry Sleep land, situate deceased may, !,Jill.:'1 5

I That each Jis afraid the other will Col. Felder Lang left Wednesday for Shoe Farm, returned to her home at opiates and is safest for children and party redeemed unknown. Unless said certificate shall be Marion The county, FIJrida"to wit: In
according to law Ux deed will northeast
issue quan r of section five
Miami make that delicate persons. Postoflice drug thereon on ih. ,d daj'of January A. D. north half oC the (s.) The
to 1905. southeast
the his
f profit by transaction? The future i Florala, Ala, Friday night Witness ray official signature and seal this the north halfot the southwest quarter quarter 01 and the

money which%as been wasted on so- I h me. Ills family will follow) him in Mr. Don Monroe, of tforth Carolina, store. -_- _, --- m 30th day of November A. D.S.1004 T. SISTRCNK. five west(5)quarter and the of Section southeast three quarter(i.) of All the being section north-in

railed expositions, trotting parks and a short while. Col. Langhau purchas- I Ii visiting hU. brothers, }fes r J. An- ,he World's Builders 12-2 Clerk Cu-uit Court Marion County. Fla. (25)townshIp east, twelve and containing((12) south a, total range of twenty.fin"358

: greased pig contests within the past cIa. very bcaatiful phce in the gun and HI)')frt Monroe, tfrfe pfa/te, "Sr/f cah" may t h e a good policy, acres,as per LILLIAS government LLEEP survey. 27-joo

; ten years, would have been sufficient Magic City and it fit with sincere Mr. and Mm lrfcA Port Ifiglfc, bnt the "8fJ( t cash" people of the NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. JOHN Att'y E., for MARSHALL Guardian., HAMMOND.Guardian

I to make the town independent of regret that Ocala gives up him and spent Chrifttma with Mts, BriefsMr. gkbe fat each other, run wild and 1TOTICE IS !JEREBGI.E THAT 12-2
gfl rjafewf while those who ON
-' of cockey JittleJJackbonville his excellent family as citizen 1$ Jf(13J1.. credit: 5L' the 4lh day of March 1905. I will apply
S and all They mQthtr\Jn L ; tfcb other enjoy sill the benefits of to the county judge of Jrarion county. Florida. S NOTICE.

-- the railroads in the state. expect to visit: Ocala frequently, .' Sam KftijfH f a TM.At nf, (fsiHiti'm1 hftv N (fi& luxuries' and for final settlement of the estate an.1 dischaige of.Julu P.as Johnson.the administratrix In the; Circuit Court of the Fifth
; ItEM EDY. however. naval fetorc oj/rrfckvr 6f lJltt(' #IIIf, { #Jhtm of Ufa, Afut arotho men who deceased.Done this the J7lh day cf October 1904- of Florida, in and for Marion county Circuit,

trq tJfJ *IMM, Mr F. A in
HO\\SK. Chancery.
was pruKpecif; Jt.rn tfak we1 M, 10216m "
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r Christmas Cheer for Everybody in.f vIr1 tity 1.fIR" 1tq growth t.lfE'Lt.! :i i-tratrjr. G. S. Scott as Receiver. etc..
f- roLEYsrIDNEYcURE Knight; l/j >'*ry-ff/fM """"" !l (1 ------ -- -- -- ---- benjamin F. Perry and Complainant vs.'
.f New York City M)4 Efl411I(1# fJu fne" men out of :: : -- fendantll.Sallie 1>. "erry De.

--1re$ XSdnevt and Bfalder R.'cht! with this M-4t& fef /*# **# /tA(1 A tmttdttd who havo inado fortuncuth&fo DEPAR rZNT;:: ;? TH: INTERIOR. IT IS ORDERED
8ah'aUonrmy providedChristmas
-_ __ m____ __. .stock raJsin.Mrs. thetn Ori borrowed money I herein named. Benj. F Perry DEFENDANT and 'SaUie

;- dinners for mor than 27- r- >> ![' : 1__ I Julia K..1'JvltlM4k f hr Ijfte Oak Crt scent* United Mates Land Offie, 'Gainesville. Fla. to D.appear Perry tothe b* and bin of they complaint ar hereby In thiJ required cause

.. 000 persons. December S. 1904. on or before

:' The Grand Central Palace gave PRO 1H POTENT OF SILLS1T1IE brother<< Mr Mlverm 'fi'* llM 1 &I 1 H muted fclolm' ISO Acres, for Sale A MOTICK' IS HEREBYGIVENTHATIN; PCR. Jf'/Il<
c **, awl hrw, {;1 N,1fl't""rHfft itt the famous red land of Dado iiiauce of the of General instructions Land from the Commissioner be'It is further ordered that a copy of this order
away 5,500 baskets during the fore Office under author published once a week for eight
" I I of Ocala. 'i county, 10 acres Improved, small 2 ity vested in him by section 2455 U. S. Revised weeks in the Ocala Banner. consecutive S
In each basket Statutes as amended by the 'act of Congress Dose this the 17th of
noon. day
was a turkey, roo/n log house approved Oct. A. D. 1904
new 30 Avacadopiar Febiuary a6,
; ISgS we will: proceed to
FOUN04TIOH OF CREDIT. At a n.'tfMla ,,I4t4tIIg (,f jtiititktr offer at public sale on S T. SlbTKUNKl.i.
.. loaf of bread, potatoes, coffee, sugar, trees, 30' miles south of tho city t. Clerk Circuit Court, fb
.. \Aw Nii W, I', & A, M", t4 ti tblluW6 1 tile 11 d apples, etc., sufficient for a family of -- of Miami, and only 5 miles from sta next at this office,the following tract of land. oliao. lo.21-8W.

five inj officer Vtrn ,.JtcW1 J s lion on railroad Miami to Key West. 1 I to-wit: south halt of northwest quarter section
persons. 4. township 15 south -
OUR BILLS ARE DUE W. 'r. VurliC, W. Mf This land is rich and valuable, peculiarly Any and all persons range claiming 23 east.adversely the NOTICEADMINISTRATOR'S .5
It required ten chefs. forty cooks WHEN above described lands ar. advised to file their -
PRESENTED. J. E. H. ] to the -
Thomas W. adapted growth of all claims in this office
on or before the dav
: and three hundred waiters to serve M. J. McQualg, .1. W. tropical fruits. Beyond the frost, ina otherwise designated their for the commro'-ement of said above sale, In the 01 Circuit Florida Court, in and of the for Fifth Marion Judicial circuit

the Salvation Army dinner. J. R. Thomas, Treasurer. land of perpetual spring. Price $400. rights'''..C.will ROBINSON be forfeited.Register, G.Wm.S. Scott.'endleton as Receiver, etc., Complainant county. VI.

The Timothy D. Sullivan Associa- If you disappoint us do not be J. W. Stevens, Secretary. For further particulars apply to HENRY S. CHCBB. Receiver. 12 9 Defendants.and Zemula C. Peudleton ,

tion provided ajhalf ton of poultry, su rised if further credit is I ---- ----- C. :M. BROWN, NOTICE \ herein IS ORDERED THAT'l'R DEFItDANTS

w Friendship of S 12-202t-IH :Miami FOR PUBLICATION. named. Wm. Pendleton and
250 of refused.W. Lodge Masons. i ., Fla. C. Pendleton be and Zemrm
gallons patato salad, 1,500 to they are hereby required
--- ------ ---- appear to the
J. The officers ------ bill of COlD
ClIAMBERSSSlIOE Co. following have been on or before plaint ia this cause
mince pies, 200 bunches of celery, 400 Department of the Interior Land
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY.W. elected Do You Wish to Ofcce at MMUbtf
to serve F. fe inl
Friendship Lodge day
quarts of coffee and 40 kegs of beer. Gainesville Fla., December 5, 1904 January, A. D./coS
& A. M., the ensuing -year: II. W IS HEREBY inAfc& that a copy of this order
There were a great other NOTICE THAT TUB once a week for '"'
many B. SNYDER named weeks in consecutive
settler has filed the Ocala
Long, W.JM.; L. Ballard, 8. W.; W. MAKE MONEYGrowing his intention to make commutation proof of I Done this the i8th Bauner.
dinners for the poor provided by EDWARDS BROS. port of his claim. ana that said in sup day of Odober. >. D. ,904
proof will
R. 0. Veal J. W. J. S. made be S.T.bISTRUNE
Weathers beforeClerk
; Circuit Court at Ocala .
churches and Fla.
charitable on
associations.It L-
.I I treasurer Good Watermelons January 10, R.Anderson and W. Hoxke'rQrCUIt Court.
-- and C. Y. Miller Next 7905.
% secretary, solicitor Jo,
is estimated that $ viz: Callister Complainant _
SOQ,000 was Allen of Mattel, Fla. Homestead ,??
who together with the appointive officers Year 32794 for tht east half of north west quarter, of
spent for millinery, wearing apparel, southwest quarter of northwest quarter and .
will be publicly installed in St. northwest quarter of southwest NOTICb.
quarter of
books, etc; for toys, $115,000; for I FROM EDEN SEED? section 20,township 15 south, range 11 east.
II I Johns church Dec. 27, 11 a. m., and He names the following witnesses to prove his
flowers, 45,000, a fur dealer_ estimates continuous: residence upon and cultivation of i In the Wi of the Fifth
I possibly followed by Masonic ad- II so I can help you start right by supplying said land. viz: Dave Jacobs. of Martel, Fla., : cult and for Marion Judicial Cit.
$225,000 was spent inI seed at a reasonable pnc:. Armsted Lewis, of Martel of Martel, Fla. In Chancery County,
dress by Doctor Lindsay, after which Last spring the ravages of rats farced me to ; Staggers! ot Martel Fla Hackless Williams.Henry ot C. S.Smu,&:I Receiveret
giving present! of furs. plant my watermelon crop tbree times before a Martel- Fla. C. V. ., Complainant VI.
: refreshmehts will be served. The stand was secured. Consequently my melons 12 9 W. G. ROBINSON, Register. McCoy and"Mamie E. McCoy, Defendants.
-, Numbers and numbers of Christmas ripened too late lot profitable shipment and instead TIS05D1ED 9- -
Master Mason'a Daughters will be allowing them ip decay 1 saved seed in I THATTHE D
..- trees were given by benevolent associations the following painstaking manner from perfectly -. 0 __
conferred upon all present that are shaped.sized and ripened selected mar- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. SffieaftsaSLaSS3S3SSS:5 0
: throughout the city and ket melons the first on live vines:
entitled to receive it, who are Both ends of each melon were cut off and
very few children escaped being thrown away, the melon split and the per The annual meeting ot'the
stockholders A.
Master Mason's wives fectly matured seed taken from the the Ocala of
mothers, copter and Foundry and Machine Works &s
made happy on Christmas dried with held at be 01
day. special care. No seed were savea tbeofliceof thecompany, in the .
-- widows and danghters.overthe. age of from rejected or decayed melons. Ocala Fla., on Wednesday nth of January city of 8 cousetive
I guarantee these seed to l>e strictly first-class rgcs. at 11 o'clock a. m for the
Curs I .ryr.s 14 years. The public are invited to as good as have ever been grown. I cers and for other butinet election of offi ) .. D.. 1904.

W. S.. .'IJLile'i will plant my nex year's croo horn seed in the N, ,W. IIARISOfr isarrasS .
0. Freg.
True, Texas, attend with well filled baskets.H. I same box from which I will sell to my CUstom. CHAS. E. THOMAS, See'). R. _
writes: :ily ,. I ers. IJ3O2LStudy : TK
.3: been
0 jiad- suffering. W. LONG, Secretary A.s.| I have only 1,000 pounds on hand the J :

: five years with paralysis in tier sooner orders are sent in the surer they will be hIlI. ... .
arm, filled. ., ,I" '.tl8l.
rr, at t H
when I .was persuaded. tj"ns Bol i Real estate companies, national Price 50 cents I refer per pound.cash. As to my responsibility ome ff "CAUlIf'' "retria',' NOTICE.
any mercantile or :: :
agency -m WOT*, ;
c&r -
lard's SnowvLinimeht banks and in the responsible business concern. nrs. Wlft tilt Tablet Horn Study LMMM -
_ which cured newspapers south lt ie horn of,mploymeai la team you OC
-. her all right; I have also used it for join .MP1JIS.t..omaIr7.,ok.......... .,. '\!C-belorle. Utctltu8'A'iihniijc. IL1.iy'jv NOTICE U GIVEN THAT ON THK
sayingjthatthe calamity how- Henry D. Still gsia.. ...._................. dy ft JdMnry, A. D.
old sores, frostbites and OIIli1IntJtol '4ss.LFOLI1OffXmTfl. "1"lIorall .. admintkOulvr mi:, I.I. 1905 as
skin 110 will
_ erup lers have taken to the woods, ,and estate of jJrs. IUL4 annexed of the *1
tions. It does the work. present my Keep deceased I '< :
25c. petition w
Bla kville S. C. and
.... $ ml Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517.. nd 519 W. swamps and are lost. Their voices to be discharged as such final report and askt
____ ,n:: AntlMonopoly: drug store. lion, Robt. Bullock administrator to the
c. <* f A Bay Jacksonville, Fla.. are no longer heard in.the land. i Eden Seed. conmy, Flsrida\ ,- count WJW.lbr. MarioO __
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! [-RELIGIOUS.: THO UGH?. -= f;:
,'1 ,' Gleaned From the Teae _CITIZENS,
of All, DenoDlln Uo hings ;,tow Residents
\ a. of a
, lie who has arty Are Boo Western CODlDl LEE Luc
; eyes
may blind anille
,hi In- 4' Their Town. i
and so. become In Almost any town
pable of can be
ending light Built up if its boomed i r&
so one nth spiritual residents CO.The
t tie( ,brains will put! a .
sullies may: lose therf by disuse,. said the and money In the effort t I ."....

ev., Dr. Charles Carill Alberts on.i ... president of a western -'u"fR

sbyterlan, Rochester!N. y. towns t In recent this !1. Take some of Piaijacle of Human S /iII. ,

[Choice, of Culture a Religion. part of the ,
i instance country,
t have to choo which have .
: you between been ,
i! and culture for y ir- child; take rein residents rapidly in of the last few years. Has been reached in our carrigaes, \ _

i: Ion every time,,for then) the heart asleep and these communities are buggies and harness. The only ,way
: the head will n$ go selves letting things run
t astray but
v. ,James, William" Lit MethodistBright the, time and they are up and doing they can ever be better is to raise the ; ,
, linden :\. J. losing no
make opportunity
pinnaole elevate
the most the standard-and
I -Better Civilization I presents every chance
rospett.f Itself. .
Not only that even then our vehicles will be found '
, s lieu the citizens of the United reaching out after chances they :

tes stand together on he right side landed more than one and at the top. They are not so high in k
i i, t any question, moral orkvic the "One good thin;.

trs'of the city; and the ition will af-be I have progressive hi mind, and western: thatrlll tows prices though, as.,to be out of reach a

roistered In the irate sts of law Blahkville, has attracted \ 1 .ot most vehicle users. Let ns quote -

er, liberty and a betteiclviltzatlon\ ness and many desirable much figures. ,
,11e' E. P. Tuller Baptii Chicago. means of writeups In tlje: resldent newspupor$- you -c r

Moral Sonndnu. This js an excellent plan, as ca
.>What the world needs tdiy is moral and others are continually on the'loo & SALE STABLE

.. 'iiundness in society, In ijsiness and out for desirable; I towns in which ,

i every department of lit It is pa- locate. Here Is the way the r

_.cUe to see a moral mar vho Is lot ive people of Ina n k r ill e ,call atten :

_ellglous. But what shall say of a to' the advantages of their town :

fllgioua, man who Is not mral?-Right "Blankville is: inhabited by Bros :

ev Charles II. Brent, Bjiop of the getic and enterprising: citizens who : .f-

!t lilipplnes, Episcopalian I ladelphla.Sncces thoroughly alive to the interests

In Lif the town and community. They << Copper

[The best way to live a S >ssful life heartily in any enterprise that tC'1<< :

3s!' to put ourselves into c e contact to advance these Interests. They ;

iFith some one who we kn has: been manufacturers to locate In their t Turpentine Stills ,I
and are prepared to offer
tticcessful, and finding e secrets and
rings of his success ads he secret liberal inducements to secure Metal Workers. ;
40 ourselves. What better mple cane kind one of seeking a location for ? __
a manufacturing
"" find than Christ-Rev. B. lIar- plant
i80n.! Congregationalist jrantford, Blankville ran! expect a generous """-' for new ones. Patching, :
lOnt operation and the proper Orders by mail or
ment on the part of Its citizens. attention
Sympathy For Step at either of the '
are united and public spirited In _
must have syikthy -
t 1. l\e forttse ilc
enterprises as well
as other
who have been cau in the ters. j' t-

tides i of skepticism and pessi m. The I / "
:'Splendid railroad: and sh[PPin SAVANNAH, GA.
Christian world has done sc ; justice -1
|tqr this class of people. We mid ter facilities, cheap lands plenty of MOBILE, ALA
un-J an abundance! : ot'chea,
lilerstand, them better and and: a mild salubrious climate C- '
iem more If we could pu selves I some of the Inducements I' 1
their places and look at tits from -
!! t The '
advantages afforded by }
their point of view.-Rev. [ J. M. I .
two lines
of railroads In the ,
1 f,philputt, Christian St. Loui I tive freight rates are items in '

: Educational Estlma transportation of products and ; 1

lit is the false idea of edu n and I plies that cannot be overlooked. ,

[conventional life that makes belorsi cheapness of lands for factory G. A. Hunter. s = r.

Ind bachelor maids. To be e, life i iJ e and homes for employees should "

| ',more than meat and the than i' demand attention. An 'ample Locksmith Ii:: : ,x
'" |raiment But the ability tdake a of cheap fuel and an :

glees to drive an engine or 3 car healthy location are features

-*,m create a pie or use a too: id do ; should not be passed over lightly; Specialty : .-'<:
..these things well should far : "The circular closed with a Fully Guaranteed. :; :

|higher rank in our educatld esti- list of schools, churches cost of !
?mate-Rev. W. A. Bartlett ngre- police and fire protection price of Ucala, Florida. > -SJ.J

fgaUonalfet, Chicago. 'i farming facilities and products and 4

Sanctity and Sin. the information that a prospective .
infinite holiness and een vestor would wish to know/ "HEnm "
..God Is MOM/H.[/
Infinite holiness and sin th s a '

fiiecessary: and natural repuls As MONEY SPENT AT HOME. ,

Ight cannot abide with dark nor
i darkness, with light so sin ot ,Dollars Circulated Your Own you decided i on the kind of "-

abide with sanctity nor sane itlrsin. Help It Grove. you are going to use? Its

Man, then became an o} otJ Keep as much of, your earnings a question of how much, but to
God's circulation at home as you can Is
and lee
aversion to God I kill
w'm 'tfi-j best result ,
'ust punish sin for sin by ileryen advice to follow says the Home 1 ; S

"ture, is opposed to God. Mai en, Advocate. Don't send away your he obtained You cant make a -

: hould have perished utterlhe lars to a distant point from "f""f" when you use our high grade t

aid sot Separated from God, 1119iered they will not return. Dollars c : I .
ino in community help along ;
after him and could ( ing any

.. Peace. The long night of many one in it. Eventually they will a cash price paid for dry bones .'
iradation began.-Hey. D. J. std investment in new enterprises whi
will help the place and give support
.'.tholic Baltimore. J laborers and their families. Let ; FE3TILIZER MF'f G. GOMPHHV,
Membership In citizen consider it his particular Gainesville Fla. i
membership in a jal
Church to help! along his town, his county "
," .Church at least must be basedm, his state. lIe will be the winner 4
the end.
of th i
': Cerent purpose' from that It you wish to buy a horse or .t
membership. Ftt E.
!: ''ditfonal- church thed other kind of stock perhaps your RAe
1 < will rest not upon common sc1- bor has something just as good as
'J; al beliefs but upon common -can get elsewhere. Pay hint your Central Lumoer Co. ?z
-'-- Its motive will be love, not Intel!, ey for it. It will keep just so In r<. k
It will
assent; deed not creed. the more wealth in your county.
'an of men and w Kiln Dried
\ The sooner business men FlooringCeiiing,
1 who the recipients of special all classes
I are hereafter but a t savors here and workers In general come to a of b
I' ; of men and women] will
r eratfve union tion that dollars kept at home
,jfiwant to do good. Such members main in circulation among them Newels, Columns, Door and -'

I = be' less concerned about theird0U1S help along the town help start new Church Seats, ulpits School [
than about the doing and .assist in keeping
wholeJ sC dustries and Tables. I .am constantly
others and making our taxation the better it will be for
it fill orders for z
"Ute better and n bler.-lter. concerned. any quantities and
: Unlversalist Chicago. \ to promptly 1
'I., White, -
EtlbTnity. of Streets.
B.lldia a Life For Judged by Condition
:I'"t." Study yourself so you may kII I The streets of a town good or --
4 self of
: 'what lre work will build is to up build your a real character.Iglve'town,visitors" said Mayor a lasting Riordan Impression in his ...... ......i ''f

. you are gab, Ssage the council of Harrison N. '
pursuits to
i .,-do rJivelihood.the- ordinary But you are to do n therefore! the streets should be kept We keep,a full stock of : {j
must and in doing FOR
*Skn you condition Old Joe
::_ make a living; pod -
.. ":*$ .; Learn quickly that money leaving the strictest supervision "1
for are not lie employed. He suggested.that .
,;twhat it stands is ereryth under which I $ .g
,r Bot know that character f the specifications .
: sUng ftoo: should be
:f1BuUd for eternity. "For \ aving is being done Old McBrayer
(and solid happiness he builds I Ibuted to the property owners ,
beneath the stars. streets to be paved and that
; :who builds 10 Mark Rogers
: Don.t die a pauper. Rich meIJPoor property: holder be requested to I : '
is because that Is being done
It the work
J'r1ch._ .s; sometimes.sort of riches blCbI' porting neglect. A great impro Charter. ,, i
have onlT pie .. '
,t. can made In the streets j
that you be
earthlr. Live so ?nt could :s
everything worth hai i g,? telephone and electric Mt. Vernon, .
: iw1th you to' "
silentthrough air to replace their
I' ; '._ the realms ot re required q ,7.;
'/ of God And it you do yoes with fixtures having .:
throng unto God. You ca beauty.Municipal Journal Cascade and.
S" .,a+ lift' your soul ?
av help F 0 I .
'tAU t
God : i ;
:shot (do It alone. let hlm.-Dif neer. : ;
: land he will If you;Mitchell. Methodist The Town of Jfo-Good. Other High .

:: Charles Bayard of the town of 'i,
i (I you ever hear iiii ;

'j.. 'i, >"Cleveland, 0.Life a School. j 1, on -the banks of the river Grade Whiskies. *4s"W.: }
HI It has to do e the some-Ume- r-other
a not speculative. /j
Life Is
'>/ Its great watchvrords tlr and the soft-go-easy -

4" *\with: stern things. service, and the n the valley of What's the Use /
are .love, duty, for these,"irovince of Let Her Slide.' It's '
.,r humblest have opportunities character attaine&that of reckless I Don't Care, I '
is the !Is
\ :: and '.rlth'these What better !lye It Up abide. The town \

;: ,, t God God approves.devise for character the human race and It h! I i :
.,!,* hdol could In which we live- e flight of years. It is ; .
i f that
: than Idler's dreams.
building variety, constant ( fog of the I _

.. ;: ,- Jnature{ with its endless marvelous beauty: i are paved with .

; -:. ,?' surprises and delights obligations ',es and are sprinkled with f ,. ? .

. ;$ 1",;.,-.!he.home, with society Its broadening out .. .'
affections; \
'. rand, it embraces human- Schools. t = -
till Good I
w :";from the home men akin with I Value of .
t : 4t large and makes a manufacturer t _,
'. ;;;Vtit7; sympathy fellowship of the first S
it 'all through In' a town one
\ power
: appeals for service What be makes Is concerning 4 .-
.J ;. --tor.Christian culture In the uncertainty and school facilities. In nine : 1> ?

s'r;yi-" In,the memory of childhood >n he has a family: ot. \ copYau.+T .
1 : v'f rf.lite, trust and love .
In the they must go, _
,: {J the early home, otaband 5 he goes .
one'a ,children, in the factory is located they :
-3' t.:,.:..-ot and wife, In the pain somewheafections of br oted.. If the town baa WINE ROOMS. !

that God will the pride ,and that have
Go -
gB-jn such Influences: of evert citizen ;
;3 \jartorel forth! .By character from the ma- [e praise fact Is often the means ; : ---.. ,"

=-.i."Imping"" of "comaon lives.-Rev, M. I* I tfuenclng him to l locate.. ,

,,..:-.:: l Congregationallat, Moaticello.la.., : ." .,'i''I'' ,o"

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V ?tap In Scotland. --RELIGIOUS- -- THOUGHT. -- Th-er.e-II binder. M lisJ>(ton's Southern Show. __ ':""III jf'.,

4 Every year about 4,000 stags are NICKWILLIAMS I HOUSE I J$
killed In the forests of Scotland. -- Speaking of lean, moral shows_ and WhisKey OLD
Gems Gleaned From the Teaching HEN comes the presidential fall, 136 -
lUlrabeau. of All Denominations. w Who answers the committee's call fine performers you will find them by -20 It) t

: |! A of life's elixir from the springof And from the platform starts to Orton's Southern YEARS
Vi cup visiting> Miles YEARS
,- _"- Etlenne Dumont said of Mlrabean bawl?
\ pleasure will often help more to develop OLD.
Y that he. The spellbinder little show WHISKEY ,
; never thought of paying his Show. It is the biggest Old.
lires godward than all the prayers "" .
debts except the most pressing ones of dozens of Christians.-Kcv. C. J. Who leaves his quiet hearth and harr*' that we have ever seen. Every act "a
: and that probably it was not expected Abandons bill ancestral dome
"&,$- that lie should do so. Harris Uulversalist, Atlanta. Ga. And through the doubtful states dothroam is good and the show throughoutgave Four Quarts Free. Head Our Offer. 8jJ,

:;:iSJ f The JOT of Llrlnff. ? entire satisfaction here. .,;.

L .\ Seven Bible, ,As the Instinct of self preservation lathe The spellbinder. Our great-grandfather, Colonel Josep'h Williams the revolutionary ;'_-1

F" The seven principal Bibles in the i strongest instinct, so the joy of From early morn till late at night. The performance of the Orton chil- hero established this business, nRh t on thIs.spot', In Iat-more than 100 _' ol

t i 1>f.-'- f" world ,are the Koran of the Moham4 i simply! living is the keenest Joy. And Who loudly talks with all his might dren on the double trapeze stands year' before dealers adrertsing themselves as s old hotles"; dreamed of ; k1
measure And claims his party's ,always right? business. Ours is the orlgl lnal mtil orderwhisks y w- = <'
medans,, the Edas of the Scandinavians of that joy is the measureof into the wll1 key .
without a rival. The barrel jumpingof
spellbinder. at
busIne 1..
avers tern l an mpttodupheateour
fi I 1'_ the life wherein it rejoices.-Rabbi pa. _
; the
of the
Buddhists, Jacobs and McCuewas\ clever. The with us 10 quality becuse they are not -.\
.' .JSfeC
Leon Harrison St. Who as the people's guide
the Five Louis. poses '
Kings of the Chinese, the : thet pit on the 'marke t :V ,
And speaks net of the other side disti1lers V
three Vedas of the Hindoos, the Zenda- Subjective Development. Except to scorn and eke deride feats done by the strong man was terribly injarionsandSanleroiisconcoctUs-nany \hich contain the ,"" >..x.

Test, and the Scriptures of the He Every man must take heed to Ma The spellbinder.Who ; something wonderful. The riding of deadly wood 1coho1. -'

T brews and Christians. subjective development In each one'sUte and our whiskey have withstoodaU competition and crf for almost un-
Our business our name
there are two distinct powers-the has the figures all down pat, the little girl and the bareback mule tury and a haJf-a retard unparalleled In the business world. F r time served whJskey has '&,:'t
And pasted up within his hat : been reClJil1 t ed as the guest and best poISible to pease and during that wfcare sad satisfied -.,
; Arch Made of Horehoe subjective and the objective the outer I To show h') knows where he Is at? riders were Al. The clowns, Ed bandredsotthausandsottvstomers. b order to our Ii."t of customers toile mllllou and to eclipse '
; One of the quaintest arches Is that and the fnnt1"Everyone is the architect The spellbinder an past efforts durinjr the nest few months,we otu the foIowin2 exceptionaJy Ia pdcesoa our high grade '
Brennen, Myron Orton and Ed John- whiskies for a short time c:.ly. If not satisfactory when received you taD tetra at our expense and we "; .
to be seen over the entrance to a of his own_ life.-Kev. Dr. Adams Who stops at town 11111 refund every cent paid. What fairer proposition could JW ask? Our worru the People'.NatJoaJ J: ;
R'; smithy in Amesbury Wilts, Eng Baptist, Des Moines, Ia. And climbs the every platform with a frow son, in their burlesque baseball act, '!EXPRESS lInk of Winston VAlO N.10 C. will YOUR tell you-s SfATION.sec rood as(Old. plaiDlL nckeb.CORN of 7-8 cot gals boxed.In keg ds-! ,' ;:d!

x ,:. land. It is made entirely of horse- Great Work. And for three hours does not come downl were irresistable and kept the audience 3 caBons Special Offer (la )\: .boxed-...............$ 40 7JJ .a' i
shoes. The spellbinder.Who I 3 ralJDS Favorte: (In IMF.boxed) .. .. ... ........... IS 10.05 '
All truly patriotic work all educational in a roar, of laughter from beginning lYE OS' 12 full quarts Favorite (In tJttIes.boxed).............. tS 10.osBOURBON <-
and charitable work all humanitarian visits every doubtful state I I 12 fall quarts Finest Quality On bottles boxed)......... U JUS ;z, j
r Hissed the Audience. To laud each sacred candidate I to end, and the Orton broth ___ 12 full quarts White Man's Choice (bottles,boxed)... I<5 13.25 t
A curious incident and religious work is great In Who's been put on the party slate? 12 full?quarts Private Stock,23: yeu.olJ.... .. ....................... lf1 21.37 :,e..!
happened not long so far as they who do It give themselves I I The spellbinder ers on the aerial bars .could not be 3 gallons Mountain Apple Brandy (in lpg,boxed--. .u. -..-... (5 ..-.. i :
ago In a German theater. There were wonfpalloniaJu2)o to it, put all there Is of them
". only seven In the 'most excelled. > With each or&_ coming from this advertlment accompanied by the na and addresses of tea i:11 1 i
persons house 'Who stalks around upon the FREE
Into It-Rev. Dr. Charles Carroll Al- stage Flask Screw "
whiskey drinkers we propose to give free a Handsome Pocket ,/frk Knife and dcsr :
of whom were in the and Just like a lion in a cage. Every act was clean cut and clever "'
pit, they bertson, Presbyterian, Rochester, N. Y. Clipper together with four beautiful colored pictures representing four anrevoluHonary scenes. .-t:
hissed the Working himself into a rage? sl u [3 Iz about two[2] jallonsitaout i
performers. Then the whole Eypurch:; ce ree lots cr twelve quarts you get express charges 4
Judgment and Eternity. The spellbinder. done and there .was nothing about added, tor people who ship four4)quarts ray about ss much express on has vjiay OB the above pack- ... -,_j',
t company came on the stage and out. ages. FREE in addition to the above If you or your friends will send us Wider at once for four of =.5..d l
: hissed the visitors. Life is no fiction; neither is the judgment Who points with pride-and with bin the show the least off color. We I the above packages we will send to tie one making up the order four full qua:of the same goods absolutely :
r a fiction. We shall all'be Judgedfor arm free. So act at once. 'il:1
4' what And also views with deep alarm? take great pleasure in commendingthis P. S The above prices apply to Ala.,Fla.,D. C.,Ga., Ky., Md.,Miss.,N. N. C..Tenn.,Va.,W.. ..... '
Didn't Like School. we were and for what we Va. To orders from all other states add $1.63 per package for additional exps. References:-Ev .t...: .::- I
Who saves the from all harm?
At : are in body and spirit Heaven is no country show to all persons who want to cry basic_in North! Carolina, all oar state officials Senators and Congressmen ,
Kallstadt Bavaria, a eta-year-o I d The spellbinder.Who .
,, boy set tIre to his parents' house "In dead level, but the eternities for us de- witness creditable circus perform THE OLD NICK WILLIAMS CO., Lock Box 6&Vmi&mst N. C. ; I

., order be afterward pend upon what we are In this worldIn Is this patriotic man ,. .
confessed, no .J.
There snide fake
ance. are ncr
Who follows the committee's plan ; ''''
i V body and soul.-Rev. Dr. J. T. M. J. 5-"j i
burn his school books as he did i not And
gets for it all that he can? ,.",
want to go to school.! Johnston, Baptist St. Louis. t The spellbinder. gambling features connected with it I aI],, "tJf."Qt

Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. I in shape or form. I
rt. -- .. What Faith Doe. way 4.=...
Point of Beauty. Faith gives us a better knowledge of

At a recent beauty show In the east ourselves Our faith tells us who we When to Get Married. Good Roads Convention. t rY g

end of London the points on which the are and what we are and whence we Hon. A. S. :Mann? vice-pre'sident: 1t 'j "

( judges had to base their decisions came and whither we are going. It relieves and good roads] organizer, is tryingto 4'

were: ((1) Has she a clean face? ((2)) Is us from the errors of heathen' o

It beautiful? (3)) Is it the most beautiful ism and makes the light to shine amid have a good roads convention held HealthFOR

+ ? ((4) Is the beauty natural? the darkness of the World.-Cardinal in Jacksonville January 19,20 and 21, IPr
'r Gibbons, Catholic, New York. 1905. The object, of the conventionis .; : ,

Randall Cantnar.In Art Above Science. r }People who have torpid livers find life a wiser
to create a greater enthusiasm for
all his official correspondence the Art is nobler than science. Animals r able existence, and take purges and drastic d| s:;:

archbishop of Canterbury signs himself can know; bees, beavers and birds tr 1 .'. J good roads, the ultimate object beingto y which grip and rack the bowels, when all they tuffs r
, "Randall Cantuar the latter word being have science. When God expresses r } get federal'aid for their construc- ,v a gentle reminder to the liver to'do its dutj' r ;
an abbreviation of "Cantuaria, himself, we call it revelation and t I l.IVERPIS
L the ancient name of Canterbury. j*
nature. When man expresses himselfwe tion.Good

call it art. Nature is the utteranceof roads appeal to every citizen J JANDTONIG PELLET! t i
Costly Chippendale.A .
a .
I IJ God and art is the utterance of man. p ,Yti.: and the benefit to be derived from an *
suit of ( 't
Chippendale furniture belonging -Rev. X. 31. Waters, air C. S are mild in their actionThe pills stimulate the l lojte//
to an old London family has ist, Brooklyn. Congregational-i i appropriation from the general government 1 #' proper work, sad the pellets invigorate the systas ait ,: .

Just been sold privately at Saffron Wai- will result in morj t whole; in short, they both'assist Nature, which Ul a ''
den for #1SOO. It comprised a setteeon ,. Penalty of Indulgence.The j .N r ,.f1 st ln medicine- should do. Remember that 25 doses ,to ,T

six legs twelve chairs and five youth with temptations to pleasure r. good than aid for the construction of days costs 25c. You can have a free eamplf <

K stools, eighteen pieces in all. The toward which his buoyancy of life j, ''' I.r ;, railroads or' the improvement of t you want it qt

frames were of walnut, elaborately! naturally leads bun, does not always 1' A BROWN MFG. CO.
rivers and harbors. -
carved, with cabriole legs and claw think what bearing Indulgence in these :c \ New York _

feet. things may have upon his futift-e aal We hope that the convention called I ;r.
and Greeneville = or
by a few years of early dissipationmay ,
y. to be held in Jacksonville will be Tenn. ;
r Diamond Drills. utterly disqualify himself for success I success
s- It Is calculated that when every precaution In life,-Rev. T. J. Leak, Methodist : "Isn't sLe too young to get married?" a every way. \
has been taken diamond drill I "Good roads" is the crying: of the T
s a Pittsburg. 1)t., yw. She won't cone into her |I

working in rock of average: hardness The Christian and Politic fury az for two years 'et.-Leslie'I's I!; .hour.
will wear away about one' carat for W
You can go into poetics and be Just erkiy. f
every fifteen feet bored. .
as pure hearted, as clean handed aai I tflew FOLE IOlffiYM'D'I.4Rure'
as good a Christian as you can be In He w. Saed. P. & For Sa e by Postoffice Drug Store. ,
VYcu.cn J
Water, Hot and Cold. :s. tae trooble with I *
life Insurance
the coal business -- L I '
or in a country store, =.
Hot water, If taken a cupful on rising 1 !* dot ---- : .
selling mackerel, and m:>lassed. True, JOB sever caa get anything out ------p f
and another' when going to bed. of k rsetf. It'saU dead '
if you go into politics men will abuse yo a weight Wjf
will help to reduce the weight of a i far tt sedt j
j! you and throw mud at you, but thatwon't !: of somebody else.You ;I f fI II.
person. Cold water unless taken mercy tbe load ,.
J j hurt.-flev. II. J. Burdette terry aiwl when yon
tflth meals, will not Increase flesh, butl] Los Angeles. Bapttet -- pot it dsvra: that's the ettd of the case W have just received a solid car of. I

has a tendency. harden and make it I a* far a* jetTfe >noerwd." I "
firmer. Choice of rrlenil '
I. "Xo. yoa're off there. My life has I "
Young people are Judged by their
i Us saved by tine iasarauoi I'm carry. j
Land In Turkey.' j chums. Society swiftly conclaves that in ." J'i

{ Waste land in Turkey sells at $15 an I they who associate with the impure *?* t .
S 7. yoa don't think I'm weakciin' .
acre; good farming land .at $100 to i are themselves: nnd<>3D..11 you have *
I ed or Jib Rust Proof
aoytfeicg that do you? How O.'at :
s $l:).(). felt virtue go out of you In the society
i could
t .I roar insurance have the least
of evil people, so hare you' felt virtue
A Crair Clock. I entering your inmost soul when as- thin? to do w.ithring your life?" .,

The town clock in a little English i sCiClatlng'Jtb pure and holy natures.: "Tie dxtora were going to operate ..

,' village went mad the other day and i: nero Dr. Charles on roe for appendicitis, but the insurance -
Miller )!eth. ,
struck twenty-four times at 12 o'clock. j I 'odist, Cleveland 0.Meaning tOBinanies that are interested In ...
At 4 p. m. it cUd better and rounded j I me rushed in and stopped them. It's a FROM

out n'n even hundred, but at 5 it struck I ; of the World' Advance. I' great thing. Detter take out a policy

continuously for fifteen minutes and Tie world Is advancing with increasing : for a couple of hundred thousand dol) r :

.only stopped then because a mob brokeIt acceleration on every ban(!. The lars."Chicago P eeord-Iierald. .

I nations are drawing together In the ; Z'I .

I great march of progress either to a Thonghtful.XurltchOf a 'wi .A' S r:

The First Soap. I unity that means combined effort or to course I've often thoughtI'd "> -J... ...J..2..J -.... ., _,
Pliny says that soap was first made a condition that mean an absorptionof like to pay a visit to the town of ',: 1
: by,the Gaul tLe weaker and backward by the my birth, but I hate to bother the edi- '> f.. '
stronger; and forward. It fa Impossible ,,; r -::: ,: ;
'+ tor of the town paper-a nervous little .. .. : ,.',,1 ,
; )Mentor Joggers. to resist tie tendency.., The whole hu. man ivho .'? ."";' i/V.' ', ':' ,.. "' .I/li ', ;.

Vienna has man race is like a great precession j : ,f'i i ,: ',
a society: to aid persons Frlend-llelt your visit!: wouldn't worry >> ,"
with short memories. A card is Issued moving; on to a climax that is drawing him. It would give him something I I "* .f" .

e upon which the purchaser writes nearer every day.-Rev. William White to write up.

the date of nn engagement and poststo Wilson. Episcopalian Chicago. i j 1 Xuritch-Ah, but I'm sure he hasn't These Oats were received from one of"' the mi L reputable

the society's office. By the first Comfort For the DUcoaraged. got type big enough.-Catho t is Stand- I

post on the day of his engagement the The world is, after all, only a big 1 ard and Times. growers in the section of Texas most noted f< ts

Fv,( card is received by the purchaser. family. And every family has Its I j. superior

troubles. There are times when the,i I JoMt Like a \\'ollian. quality of seed oats. We have exercised ssible

The Milky Way. head of the family gets gloomy and j Wife-I bought the loveliest hat ever care

Scientists roughly calculate from the wonders if there is frame today for only 48 cents.
for better
any hope in buying our seed oats
data so far available that the stars of days. In his heart he knows there Is. I HusbandThat Is' certainly reason having sought not th eapest, but ,

the Milky Way are situated from 100- And he .
usually finds it by getting old able.WifeI
000,000 to 00,000.000 times as far fashioned again and in not trying to should say so. And now- II I

away from us as the'sun is. get new fashioned too fast for hereIs Husband-Well, what now? I .

a great truth that in spite of all Wife-I want you to let me have $.0 THE BES['
nt 3leala.Don't .
mystery and perplexity comforts all j to buy the trimming for it.-Boston i
drink with meals. If food ii
sorrow lifts us out of discouraging '
eaten slowly and well masticated it I .I -
doubt, cures pessimism and warns every
will soon be possible to cat without
despiser of the good"Xe"ertbeless Value of a Fortune. f

1 v < drinking, and the meal will digest far the foundation of God standeth .i "Well" said; the author, "you should We know.personalJy a number Farm'wlio'
better than when swallowed and wash- 01
congratulate hpve
me now for I've
sure. -Rev. Frederick E. Hopkins, inherited -

e ed down with liquids. I Congregationalist Chicago. a fortune." planted seed from the same source for ii
I "That's fine replied his friend"fornow a nper of years
r' Pagoda of Manchnrla. The Higher Life \eeded.

Of the ancient pagodas of Manchuria Men often see but half the truth and your you own can book buy to up make enough the copies public of and all, without exception, pronounce A:| of superior '' :

those of the first class have seven are prone to think that In order to be think it's '
selling like hot cakes.Atlunta
nine or thirteen stories, while second spiritual we must be ascetic. Not so quality.
Constitution.She ,
hand ones have from three to five. with God. He provides blessings for 1

q They are still erected occasional)F. the body that he may bless the soul. .
: Was Considerate.
To the very people whom he was striving
Water and W eight.A to educate Into the knowledge of Miss Younger-The idea of your having

'r gallon of distilled water weighsten a We above, the bread of life, he promised a chaperon! As if you needed protection Free From Johijsoi G ss.Or =

pounds of sea water ten and three- every earthly food as the immediate Miss Elderleigh-Oh] it Isn't that. I ) .
quarter pounds of Dead sea water stimulus to faithfulness A land
twelve pounds. There are eight and a of milk and honey was to be theirs; always have one around to protect the 3
half pounds ot'salt in 100 land with dear boys, you know.-Cleveland Plain =iJT
every pounds stones of Iron and hills of Dealer. 3

of Dead sea water to two and four- grass; a land of springs and fountains, ; other objectionable seeds likely to be.lound in

fifths pounds in ordinary sea water. a land of clusters and fruits; a land Ills, Regret. .. Otis bong bout proper care.

r not to be watered .
as Egypt was, but "
Apollo Belvedere shyly confess .
Government! .
Lotteries.The with "drinkable
water of
the rain of
t C Prus.. :s : r.-ramrrt earns ?25000,000 ,- heaven." But still recognizing all ed. "I'm pretty well satisfied with myself .- :: "
this ,
he admitted, "but I wish I could '
a yeurca;h lotteries; the we ask ourselves] what Is the Master's TO BE -
put my hand In the breast of my frock HAP ATTHE T
Italian jprcraftbout! : : 513,000,000. meaning: "Man shall not live by bread coat as the orators do." : "- > t' '
alone." It Is, so plain that Just an Hereupon he'could :" .: .:
only regret that
Afrlcc -jce an Ocean.
emphasis can express It: "Man shall the (
t In Lake Tanganyika is found a cer not live -by bread alone. :Man shall Roman fashions forbade.-Judge;

tain'' species of Jellyfish, or medusa, not live without bread. But, take care!

to., V unknown to any other fresh water Neither shall man live by bread alone. A Helping Iland. .

; : lalIt therefore seems probable that The plain Intimation is that men are "I undetstand Gayboy was held cp OCALA SEED

it" 'r the lake was once connected In someway prone to be content with and absorbedIn last night e -

with the sea. This theory has the lower life. They are only too Whoever did It doubtless, did it as '*
':-- : been strengthened by the presence of an'act of charity for when I ]left him 4-* &
'f; willing to live by bread alone.-Rev.
i' ; A series of whelkllke mollusks found Inthe" Sylvester F. Scovel, Presbyterian, he couldn't hold himself up.-Hotston I t
x' lake Post 'I J
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WE 00 1 HOT BUY "

Club. Old BOokI ,

k ,")%el1owel by the sttalrijj hours of time.*"-SHAK. A 1Y,*> cond-liui,djugs ." i
I w Kentucky Sour "
Pu, Rye TASTES old because it is old. It is a whiskey "which time has ,j jbroughfto : at all, and do .
The best Sour Mash
\ ripeness:" It is written down old with all the characters of not charge' anything Whiskey made, and we guarantee it to the trade

I. age" Mellowness 1 Ripeness,. There are several so-called "Club" extra for Quarts, 150. Pints, 75c. .

whiskeU that are not Maryland Club.. You can tell it by the taste. new ones. Special Price by Twelve Quarts. r '. {

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rT. c $3.25' I I Just One Minute ;

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iarinichae1s Special

Li- We have been in the whiskey business for 20 years

t i a .d have learned to the
; SOLD uNLY BY .F buy best on earth.
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L The <5arnucTiael & Son Company. WE BUY FOR CASH ) ..

t' "* 1 f Direct from distillers and save the middle man's profit, .,
\ m wia( and then, just think, we have no rent to pay. We '
This is five old. and unadulterated "
whiskey years pure ,
'till own our own property and manage our own business \1
.i and well matured. It is distilled especiallyfor 'I.
thereby saving large salaries Now, why can't we j
medical family use. 1\0 fan ily can afford to '.. r sell you the better whiskey at the same price than any ., I Ir I .
be withoutut We will, on receipt of S-J.25: deliver, l L 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 :;t,.
in wooden bor with no mark except your address on whiskey of any house no matter where located. 4'box.
For $jve| will deliver two full quart bottles, "'
t same as above. Bear in mind that if you wart to fur- We fill .ti" .Orders Promptly, ,':

t nish your own jug, sena it to us by express prepaid, The same day they arrive. Send'us your orders and =
and send usexyress, receipt (marked paid) with your be convinced that we are the best and cheapest whis "
order, and deduct 33; cts. per gallon from these prices. key people on earth. _
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.t:glade and Guaranteed b)...... <::
Absolutely. Pure.
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Taylor ,
12 quarts____________$14.50 4 Quarts.. ..... .... ... .... .... 80.00 Delivered. _
[LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. 4 a-.DO( 1 Quart.... .... .... ..... ...".... 1.50 Delivered.
quarts---------- .
L We claim everything for it, and customers claim i it 1 quart -___________ 10; 1 Pint.... .... .... .... ... :.... 75 Delivered. '
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the best on earth.. .* ,-- -f"".,) Pint .... .... .... .... .. ..... .& Delivered

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1 Quart ... .... .... .... ...::: :::: 6.00.: : Write for Pr'ce on Twelve Quarts Delivered
4 1 Quarts.Pint...--y....&'-&.!.{$. ..-...... .... .... .... .... 75. :1
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Carmichael's rkerpt.Pure Rye Whiskey. {


-.-! are sure will never regret it. It is nine years old and formerly sold for $1.25 per quart, but we have decided to put ; ;
we you
N us a trial,order for this whiskey :
If you < Dollar. We cannot even sell it any less if you would buy one hundred quarts at once. We beg of you toWith :
will sell it for One ,.
KhrteB and from October 15 we
stan -
it down at a :
Don't forgeUhe price-One Dollar per Quart.
and we will refund your money.
break it over a sump
not pleased
d if are
try Just one cork ... YOU :

x W& re' You Three and a half bottles to a gallon; 51.25 j _

F dL per gallon. Try this, and if not tickled to j '
1 When it comes to Groceries They are always death then we are mistaken in the goods" ..
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% ; fresh, and our prices generally, and you do not know how to appreciate a If.
wlien quality good thing when you see it. .; !
a little lower: > !1'

is f considered.. ", iAit t

MarKet Price Paidfor i ; Country Produceofijlll Rye 81.50 per Gallon. SI Half Gallon. .
F, i I r1 ron ?1.50 per Gallon. 81 Half Gallon.
I Kinds.
r t Corn $1.50 per Gallon. Si Half Gallon.

{ Prompt Attention?_Given to Orders by hail.CarmioHael's Nothing extra charged for Jugs.Indianapolis .
Pet. "

S Brewing Com'y I

Full Quarts.-...." "" ". .... .. .... ?1 00 BREWERS fcIndianapolis AND BOTTLERS.

+; full geli\'ere" .. .... ... 4 00 Ind.,. UaJ -
-- Four quarts s
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Q % tir Twelve full quart s..d livered. n Keg Beer, $3.75.
r:0 yo I Ii
< All beer kegs must returned. SI will be

% THREE '(fEATHERS. refunded for same when received. } .
!'r- Talk of being' tif rr d> if Three Feathers
We are wholesale dealers in A. B. C.
This is of the
'J. o2 ,,,;" wont tickle you ge- one BEER the best beer on earth. Brewed from

finest whiskies ongr and we have re. imported hops by the Americas Brewing Co. _

1 2 quart. St. Louis, Mo.
to per
r -i duced the price | .

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PAGE TWELVE THC OCALA:--:__BANNER d- --_-'---_!-,.-- -- --- *. J.' '_ JJ -- ;

t.r; J The announcement The Speakership.of Hon. A. W. [ " " " " ''i't""j'f"YT1Vytf' " i''? ""tTt"Tfj"'f" t "

nr Oilchrist that he will be a candidate : .
f... .. for the speakership of the next house '.. ..-..........'... .. .::s:1"-: ., < ... "t. V -- .
>' : meets with general favor. General .- SEAL BRAND '" LOWNEY'S
p; '
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XHlchrist. has for years been one of. : '
[ :::: TWO-POUND T NS"d
{ the most active and spirited workers ,
?. /', in the field of politics and busines inc -,r"-' COFFEE. CHOCOLATE PO".DE6. :::

z the state. His official career as a i -.t.;_ ..
is legislator has been aggressive and --
spirited and marked an unwavering ',
by --,-,?"i;;
/I adherence to his principles. If he I ..... .. ...._ .
r "' :1.' "
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has times andcrttisedunreservedlycertainmeal1s ----- -- '.
at gone to extremes --w;;
rr --.t. ;
ii has always been in opposition to
wbat he believed to be inimical to the '

r Interests of the people of the state. .t ..-.. I 6" :::: ,'
There is no man in the state better -- :;
-- ......., _.'At
t equipped for the performance of the .... .b
duties of the speakership. His administration ..... ;
will be signally marked ---- ... :if.f

by absolute fearlessness,a keen sense r.........-- --- 'Ii
,of justice, and the highest ideals of -
--- """"
fajrness and impartiality. General ------ ---- "-70
'. .... -...
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Gilchrist is worthy of the position :' f-

x and his faithful services to the party We are purveyors to the public and solicit ,
entitle him to It.-Dade City Demo- : yep r ji;
F' crat. i

do We Can do not of know Pneumonia of a single on instance Record. E : patronage upon the business proposition of .givhgE

where a cough or cold rasulted in ,

: ley's pneumonia Honey or and consumption Tar had been when taken.Fo- I Full Value Received. Not
you pretty
It cures coughs and colds perfectly, wrappers
5 i
so do not take chances with some unknown i

I'f: ,opiates a condition preparation, which that which cause retards may constipation recovery contain -- rj: or packages, but upon the guarantee of the best -'

from a cold. Ask for Foley's ,:
f Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute -

; ..:, Ocala offered.Jacksonville Postofficedrugstore.m Football Game.. E i known manufaeturers and dealers in the world, and T '

;' SOUTH LAKE WEIR, DEC. 27, 1904.I 4
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: i E wemake based the
j '
prices on QUALITY
The boys all played a grand game consistent with '. {
'and were only beaten by superior : "
numbers. A team that has been

4 I f F to-date traveling conveniences all night, even of the with S.the A. up-L., F s a legitimate profit. Remember our motto is "G ods'i':

{ cannot hope to win against two fresh ....... \.. ,
t teams in one afternoon; for that is Must be '
as Represented or Money Back.
what [
F it amounted to on Christmas j :
daAt the close of :
s play only two
of the ..... .
original .
players lined
were up .-, .. ,
: against, us. TONY FL ZEL. :: :;:: : : : :: -+1"1y.': ___ .

: HOARSECOUGHS El: We have the' following. articles. just received : Sweet Pickle Peaches, 3 ,..

J. :E: Melon and Cucumber. F ____
4 : Mangoes, 'Lowney's Quick Chocolate Powder, Co :3

4 coa and Tid-Bit Chocolate, Stuffed Dates and
{ STUFFY Figs, Cherries in Maraschino "i

Ei :: Mint Sauce, Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce, Preserved Sherries Y 3P :!

r : < COLDS :: --. ...... !.

x ; y. QUICKLY CURED..BY and" Figs, Roquefort, Edam, Pineapple and Sap Sago Cheese, Honey in ,

33 :E: Comb Crystalized and Preserved Ginger Pure > ', .--.
Foley's "
.ti Honey Maple Syrup, /( King. 1

I 4'. andTar E and in fact all the standard makes of goods,. those that the name' is a :: I f ,

j .j. There is no case on record of .
cold resulting in Pneumonia, STRICT GUARANTEE of the
or purity of their
} ,.r other serious lung trouble, after quality.. ,14 3 j
a Foley's Honey and .
Tar had .
.. been taken .,. .,.m. ., .. r .
I ..', .It will cure v the most obstinate : "" '. ;-: :-' :- '.':'" :.. '. .:' f-::':>. t.l.. .... {. '
; ,'
- .,l,I strengthens racking cough the,lungs.and heals..--and 1 t.,?,.'t'- ....... ;.4

1 cured-Foley's many Honey cases and of incipient Tar has 'There is nothing too fine or too good for us to procure foro ;r ''CUS/ '

and stages Consumption relief.will always and even give in comfort the last tamers, We handle the best In Coffees and Teas we hand! ChaseDuality ; :

: .
Foley's Honey andjliar gives E & 'I ,
Sanborn's Famous ,
quick relief to Asthma : Boston Coffees world-wide
reputation for
; as it relieves the difficult ,breathing :3f

.:'', \ Remember at once. the name,|Toley's|. : and in Can Goods there is nothing to the of"ROYAL )
Honey and Tar-and refuse surpass quality :: ;
z substitutes that cost ..
you the J .. .
: game as the genuine. Do not take .'
chances. with some unknown : '
;:. preparation. E i :

f Contains no opiates. SGATLET BRAID"i ____ .,
\ Cured of Terrible Cough en Lungs. ; : ? : '
N. Jacksoa of Danville Ill., writes i
y+ p : .. _.
V "if daughter -
y had a severe attack of t. :-
r..;. La Grippe and a terrible cough on her ,:b: -i.i fi"tt:':
: langs. We tried :: { :
great many remedies ...... "' .
c without relief. She i '
tried ,
Foley's Honey They have been
f and Tar,which cured her. She has never tried and found to be just as :
guaranteed; We
,: t.' been troubled with a cough since." want :1 i1
k Consumption Cured. ....
; you to call and see that have do ,/' 1 : '
Foley & Co. Chicago. Dana, Ind. we just as we
:' GentJemen-Foley's Honey and Tar say, > ...
: cured me of Consumption after I had !
= ;: suffered two years and .
was almost des *
;,F perate. Three Yours for More
physicians failed to give Business E
me any relief and the last one said he d- ::: : {
t' could do me no tgood. I tried almost .. .
;i every benefit medicine, I heard tell of without ........
until Foley's Honey and Tar -
t was' recommended to me. Its effect -.tr....... ...' 1
right from the start was magical. I .r'i : l
Improved steidily from, the first dose .
; I
and .
am now '1 well, and think .
Foley's honey i=:r is a God-send '
to people; with. ..t and Lung Trou- 1i
L ble. Yours ver Jlr.

=' Three sizes-L 5c, 50c, $1.00. :
The 50 cent size contains two ... .. ,. .. .. .
A' .- -- .. ... .. .. .
and one-half times as much as the E ::: --..,. -., ",_._+ .-.a.._.. .',... .' .J-..... *. &I..v .. .... .. ,. 'i ::.
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small size and the 51.00 bottle almost -- n. - --" 'a-__. __f.. __."n.._ -' .j W't.. ..", ., .' .. ._, _. .. __... JT? 'J'4) :..;;-,
-'" .
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