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 20, 1907
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'. ..(rtH'+840 1A44 W MR. GUNBYA iI
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tl v I large number of the Methodists j '

i p i iS wedding that is interesting alike of this city are all torn up because:I THE MUNICH & CHAMBLISS B0NK

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: throughout: Georgia and Florida is that of the failure of the conference to re- j

.: S.L t-\ .N" 'Irfl U L H :I A Mis ; Eleanor Howell of Atlanta turn Mr. Atkisson to Ocala for another Is making loans, in moderate amounts, ,

:I Iv :ui a lIon. Edward Roach Gunby. Their year. During too year that he was to regular customers 4

11! ]l1.a.riaJ': vas solemnized Saturday with us he was eminently successful

2LlK the home of the bride's of view. As ....
i at from every point a pastorhe
$2,70Yf orth *
El 0 ;! iirother and sister Ur. gad Mrs. Clark was especially popular. He suc-
T. T. MUNROE, PresidentZ.
I ceeded in bringing together and harmonizing -
Howell, Peachtree street, Atlanta and
f C. CHAMBLISS Vice President.

for $1.00 i i ; "a3 an affair characterized at once byilegance the congregation the discordant and cemented elements the of A. E. GERIG, Cashier.

I and exquisite taste. The
0 9 '
0 4 :, house: was decorated with palms, forces of the church along all line's' __ __ __ ___ __ ____ -___ _-- j1..
i __ oii of upliftment. Besides being a IOllCa: ; i
i m ,- -- terns and white Sowers, a touch of cols -
.e.Qoo. ...aee G. 8..e 1
: and forceful preacher Mr. Atki-lm ;;;
1 U'iug given in the dining room by
I mixer and is justuch! a WEtl1F ()
t. a
f .\:.itncan beauty roses. Dr. D. K. 1

Postoice Urg; Qa1BPrescriptions tt :'unby acted: a.s best man, while the'rid' preacher as the Ocala church needs! at | Y\.JEIH THE JEWELER 1

< this particular time in her ti::fnr\_ w
::. ids were Misses Anita Phinzy ,
His removal he regarded -
unexpected can
: of Augusta, Constance Knowles, II' .

annie Nicholson. E. Phelan and I scarcely less than a denomi-

Prepared Property national calamity, and the regrets of FOR CHRISTMAS
= 6 Augusta Oglesby. Their costumeswere ; I
the Methodists are shared by the citi-
: ., of white chiffon and they car-

................. ... ... .. rh d bouquets: of Easter lilies. The zens of the community generally. But c WATCHESLL KINDS JJ

111*..................e40/r.N Ml/de0.066.0{d6 40dfbA l 1 bride wore a Parisian toilette of one of too strong forces of the Methodist u GOLD BROOCHES f1 1 1a 1
church is the loyalty of its members .
1j .
"--j white Olga crepe, the corsage being $1.50 to $25.00
-- that the exercise of \it. i ii
---- -- --- --- --- I we hope
richly embroidered in a conventional I ,.e.\. DIAMOND BROOCHES 1'l.

Local and Personal I Il>.v.V.. H. Coleman of arr.Vil i do_;ign in silk and chenille. A finish 'this virtue will be manifested now and ,I ) $5.00 to $175.00 .

in the reception of the i! t9'
pleased; his old consresation: at n! i. was given by r. bertha of Venetian exemplified I GOLD BRACELETS
pastor. We hope that he will b<> n
Christian church Sunday. Ke is very I !Tint lace. The; veil was of point lace new ( $i.50 to $60 \
\i! : It T Adams is visiting in given a warm and generous welcome j
popular in Ocala. and the ooucuet was composed of orchids. 3 GOLD HAT PINS fj
f AlllKV l lllf.l l)14P& I that all the members of the church i i
Aii informal reception and $!.OO up (
will work together and give the new 1
; W. Williams a prominent Mr. L. }I. Graham of Connor vas in I 'ltffnt supper followed the" ceremony.It j SIGNET RINGS fjCD
preacher the same measure of loyal}.
was in tOO cityti.t.tis Ocala Tuesday and spent the day wifb way attended by a congenial gathering $1.25 up
t.sp"nnnr operator and devotion that was accorded to the j!
his three sons Messrs. W. D., J. M., ; of relatives and close friends. After DIAMOND RINGS
) retiring' one and in this way he will | t, S
and A. A. Graham. : a two weeks' wedding tour to $..OO up )
be in to fill Mr. Atkisson'splace j
1))I". CauWll brick are all being northern points Mr. and Mrs. E. R. a GOLD NECKLACES G 'i
in the estimation. It is a i
,..11") in the varMt lot In the rear oft Some of the Anti-Saloon League .Gunby will be at home at Mr. Gunby's public i 13 to 22 inch $2.00 up (J
of church zeal irs
to see
good sign : |
.r \I'Ib'-a hotel signs the W. C. T. U. !ladies put un I residence Grand Central avenue. A GOLD LOCKETS r ro
members deploring the departure of i
around the court house square were warn welcome awaits then} here, an' all sizes $3.00 to $50.00

Mr K f. t'...... of South Lake torn down Saturday night I!friends all over this state and Georgi' a pastor. Were it otherwise it would! i GOLD VEST CHAINS .
show the want of zeal and fidelity I .
.. tbe pleasant visitor .
-'Ir MMNNT I wish them all possible happiness for $7.50 up

to Unto Tu c4F.Mr Captain W. L. Lowry was up from tOO furore.-Atlanta Journal which is the life of a church and with- i e SOLID GOLD BABY PINS .

Homosasa Monday, and says that the out wlich no congregation can thrive I 8 $1.00 per pair and up f t I

'i. K Taafcenley. the Coleman Mr.E. C. "VVe'.sh left last night for
fishing and duck shooting there are I (I SECRET SOCIETY .
Ocala Monday on The Presbyterian Tea
apttall.l. WM in 1
now affording fine sport. his former tome at German Valley CHARMS, BUTTONS AND PINS
It.\al .tt.. bus...... -I The silver tea at the manse )Ion-I GOLD SLEEVE BUTTONS .
New Jersey where he will hereafter t
afternoon was a very delightful i .
Kn. Mr. J. M. Blitch of Blichton was aplrasant reside.. Mr. Welsh's friends are exceedinsly day I $2.00 to $50.00 r
Mr .. 2. C. ChambUH have event. This was the first time that {I
caller at the Banner office GOLD. STICK PINS
I sorry that he has decided :
.M. 10 Ptamrtfc+ OA.. to spend the Dr. and Mrs. Dodge had entertainedtheir I
Monday, and showed his appreciationof bare Florida. He has made a mo'=' o GOLD TIE CLASPSWATERMAN'S .
kttdaye wtta r.l.Hw*. friends, and their hospitalitywas I
The Ocala Banner by renewing his cTcell'-nt citizen and will be great".- as-I 41 IDEAL FOUNTAIN .
very charming. They were
Mr 1I I 0....I. tfc* u'ell-known :subscription. missed. Flo expected to leave for tl !i sisted by their charming daughterMrs. I I. PENS It I

..ati rti.td nil) MM. WM a traelnessvtMMt north on Friday but was severely 1 Maddox who has d I IG
Messrs. II. B. Clarkson. II. W. Jones Mary Dodge I Same Grade of Goods for Less Money Than Any House in
kicked by "fc4s horse, and was obligedto ,
I s. Oiwla MosMtoy.Mi just returned home after an absence )I
I; and Judge David S. Williams have postpone his departure.Jim I SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE .
of several months.
KriM i I.'..., wife and baby are I i I returned from Port Inglis where they Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. Jack iEth;

h.r. Row T.-,..". nd !nay make I i have been hunting and fishing with Williams a negro attempted to '
and number of the lady 'mem
tU.tt howe. with us psv..... Ur.Mr II I I Captain Inglis. make an entrance Into Mrs. Laird's Camp a .Y THE JEWELER :
church -
I II i bers of the Presbyterian assisted
home Saturday night. Fortunatelythe I
I I Dr. and Mrs. Dodge, and a'',I .
j sad ttttl son of The Boston Store has on a most attractive occupants of too home had not

I, % J Harroil I:I I sale. Mr. Asher Frank is in retired and gave an alarm. Police large number called during the afternoon |I Det'I)9 "..3 eo Xi
tthi.*ate. ........ was la to see us bringing with them a splendid'I !!!! !!

f W..tat Mi, HiirrHI l I. osi the Jury. !(charge and the goods are handsomely :man _Dean was quickly on hand and silver offering.Light i I

displayed. Christmas shoppersmust I in a little while had Williams in his
refreshments were served in Moonlight Drive and Cane Grinding Christmas Greetings I
% ITTmink ptiiple are saying I not fail to visit the Boston i keeping. lie will be tried in the circuit
juggled I Store. court. the dining room and in every way Several of the :young folks enjoyeda The King's Daughters send Christ-
'''.1 flw nMfti.ii.al
this tea was excedingly pleasant. mas greetings to the people of Ottla.
f :
Mattl-t. ti. 'h." ** and "dry" elt'C- novel and wholly delightful trip on
Mrs. Pierre M. Dealer and little and at the same time request everyone -
Knoblock in from
t k Mr. was Monday afternoon and evening. They ,
Martin Monday. He was a soldier in.. daughter Dorothy after spending six Misses Frances Anderson and Lillian who would like to make a Christmas -
eN. left Ocala at 5 o'clock in a big wag-;
Hi-Mil-1 IMwerphsd has onrowrtf .. the civil winr but is not too old to I weeks in Ocala with Mrs. Sealer's Anderson who attended college present to the pr to end the
and drove to Sharpe's Ferry.
: mother. Mrs. A. B. former at Vasar onete same on Thursday fer Friday to the
severallurfNMitta know bow to have a good time on I Brumby her sister !in N w York state the -
.. Mrinaw. let speed Here they went to the home of Mrs.
i .. prop Christmas, and expects to enjoy the Miss .Pla Brnnmby. and her brother. :rid the latter at Troy, will spend residence of Mrs. Bittinger. the president
{ sanw
ati '1" Hinton, the ferryman. He is now engaged -
coming event Mr. L. J. Brumby, left Monday for I the Christmas holidays with relatives of the King's Daughters. Wearing
r in grinding cane and this jolly
their home in Atlanta. at VianirtoIK<. Indiana. I apparel of any description saleable -
--- former party was given the. entire privilegeof : for men, women uid children, also
--- -
Mr sad Mrs J.: HaaBsUM. Judge and Mrs. Richard McConathy - --- - -- ----
.. recently. of the Arms ';:' Z:4": the farm and had a jolly time t groceries and fruits will be gratefully
I" Ih4rtt' I.tli tuui had a small diner party at t.t.t' { V V \A. !
) chewing cane, drinking cane juice : accepted.
+ N.t I "' 1' ,. .' have rrtumedlrla house Sunday having as their gnests ) <
I and watching the syrup boil. Mr. and I The teachers of the public school

I < Miss Hatie Dye. :Miss Esther Weathers E : 11 N. Fred Dyar, who chaperoned the will please ask their to
pupils bring
y- Mr. Stephen Jewett and Mr. Slov- :
well known S I party had never before attended a their usual contributions
M the t on Friday.
W I I I. 9))I. MI.iir don Faykes of Asbville. N. C. :IS !: I
... rf llurk Springs. I cane grinding, and they were quite The public is also requested to no

tarpKltI to Ocala ............-. .....--- delighted with its novelty. The others tify Mrs. ittinger of in
I< any
nttrlerss ... person
by ttealdl'IINa Mr. L. S Light was in to see us ou --- --- --- I I
I : in the were Misses Esther
t ,......, Monday. lie is on the jury for the party : need af assistance or any person nut
:) FIT THE FEET { I \\athers. Hattie Dye, Pauline Sulli-i I I exactly needy but whom Santa Claim
week. He that the financial
r .iss IhoNv. Sri ..t. the BelteviewspMit says I van Sara McCreery. Alice Bullock, | might otherwise forget.
Burry has not yet touched the truckers -I
t siseftsnley IeM'....... ft.tHrtey and and he hopes that things will have I Messrs. O. B. Howse, Stephen Jewett. I A meeting of the King's Daughterswill

*. kola wHa kr sister, Miss l The moonlight:: ride home over the be held Thursday morning at 9:30
quieted down before next spring. I
row reN.r hard road was thoroughly enjoyed, in the Sunday school room of the

-- Charles White arrived over the Sea- PRICES J I the air being just crisp and frosty!Methodist church. All members re-
MNRTUNITY I enough to put the young people in the | quested to attend.
board last night and will be in thecity
tetllntl a 90acivcvtUm --. -..... -- and happiest spirits. The !i
Mrerwble i gayest MRS. RIIEINAUER, Sec.
I 1M lie for a few days. Mr. White is --- a- ---ta-------
reached borne at midnighti I
"It hell for trteeMag: an one of the best known of Floridians. ;
,. THAT FIT THE POCKET I I j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Brightonof
3lase for ... Isisud pt He has been all over the country and 'i
There is no good reason why our Toronto, Canada, regular winter
pech erebard or T"lTetMsatuw has been successful in various enter I
-- -- -- --- ------ ----- -- -- -- ------- -- the
North --- --- I contemporaries should object to : visitors to our city arrived in Ocala
bwaottfu; on prises.-Tampa Times.
j I taw*. .II M land > ( j Times: telling about the beautiful red-I Monday and will remain for several

4 UMV Wtr t tr, M W rkh land as Mrs. J. G. Lege of Woodmar, and a haired angels who live in this Gardenof I months. They have many friends In
trf s* The Marion Shoe Co.J.
( $4f4
.. !w* *
red-haired angels
Mirth tbt're 'Itt largo number of other ladies from Eden. If their Ocala who are always delighted to
,.1ds .pee
w la Y1 now LateVelr, were in Ocala Monday do- II I are freckled and have pug noses the see them .
d the best oM'+s grove I ( M. Meffert D. B. Mayo) Apalachicola beauties should not be
.. write or Ing their Christmas shopping. Mrs.R !r rMiami
,.. Iug If ln.s*. **>l. I BETWEEN MUNROE A CHAMBLISS AND POST OFFICE. .I blamed! for their misfortune. Every-: Mr. Thurlow Bishop bas gone to
lthln thirty \ Alfred of Inglis. was also amongthe
-rIa w-. at 1 akr \\.Ir. Fs at WacuV Christmas shoppers In the city I ) OCALA, FLORIDA. ': ont: cannot be beautiful.-Apalachicola and will bring back with him
> J
M'. .ft.r that 1f.1'URJ\ ,..., Times. : several prisoners.
Taws tt Uu"\am t1 !:- Cl fllllll1f t t.il; -

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.& MEET ME I New Coods Galore TvTEETMfl

., Having just returnfr'! PI Nt-w York and "th"r K;< trrn Murkt-T- ith a nn :-t et.'lllllt'tt' line of Goods, I am nW ATThe
prepared to show to tint : I"> I"\ .; :in' :>t'l' ;ii tlll i.r Florida Mich variety: of goods as the> have never before seen hereIn

this block will be: fouii'l! _h art,t Cation! of LADIKS1' SUITS: AX1 I SKIRTS in the city. They are hand

l tailored and made of the In *. ., l..l.! > i-i.. I I. t' aim! in the list fcis-hiuns.: and considering price and quality they are a.1 sbeing

J K L E I N' S 1 sold as low as it I., pos-sii to handle' thi class of goods. An immense line ofMen's j e K{ L E. I i t

a s Clothing and Furnishings i


Vhc place that t alwaysgives I also abounds here, and to attempt to describe them here would take a full}] page of this paper's! space. They must bp store keepseverything

1 seen to be appreciated. Then, too. they are being sold at especially: attractive prices. Also Boys' Knee Pants Suits.sizes line
values for 4 to 1t+. The stock of LADIES' AND HEX'S SHOES now being shown here cannot be duplicated in Central in i

1 full Florida. All kinds, from the highest grade patent leather to the best heavy leather for hard-wearing purposes. Full

line of Dress Goods in all kinds of Silks etc. Underwear for the whole family may be found here, and in fact every- of Wearing Apparel

CVcry dollar I spent thing usually kept in a first-class: Dry Goods Store. Give me a call and I wlll'saTe"you money. ,-

As the store is crowded from top to bottom we are compelled to reduce the stock in order to properly for old and young

there. display goods hence the lowest prices prevail on the entire stock.


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l i iI I j i The positive declaration from Pres- The American Industries gives the I

HARRIS, Editor.P. ident. Roosevelt that under circumstances conspicuous statement of
Too article in the Ocala Evening: : no following

V. Lea engood. Business Manager. Star Wednesday afternoon, detailing:,' will he accept the nomination the wonderful estimated productionsof Ii FURNITURE DEALERS

j i for president a third time complicates It certainly -
for 1507.
the results of the municipal election !!' the United States i -- -- -
; .' |'rather than clarifies the atmosphere and magnificent ----

}t u'. ,.,.4't, -.:-.....:-0.,,':;. of the day before and attempting togive I,i surrounding this office, and makes makes a captivating I:1 EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF
\ showing: i CARRY
t. .....f.J. .\.." -," the reasons therefor, is as wonderful -
t.: -.; .'.... t 1 I i more tense the speculations concern- The cotton crop of 1907, estimated i j
Mosaic and, as a conglomeration -J Parlor Suits
as a
"7 .... ; :
J. "J .. w'. .L ;!inn it FurnishingsRugs
... respects House
.. -_'\ and mixture, would, if set up at $075,000.000( is many j
I' President Roosevelt evidently sees in In Leather, Upholstered and Reed I
,.._' J_.<.": '. .4." ..;) in opposition! easily put the Fitzgerald the most valuable crop ever j Art Squares and Mattings.
that the Taft boom is growing vividly
: .. representing I
,I; J machine, made for the purpose, this country. Cotton, Room Suits
.. I ; : \, smaller and he is doing all in bis of the material Bed Room SuitsIn Dining
;; -. J" -_ out of business. it does a major part I
11.r.'I __,... .!:' -<;:'-"' power to hasten him home from his of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.I"
i 'I'' '_ U. .j'f'. .A"" The result of the election," says prosperity of our Southern ot-I Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye
:, ..I'iIl.r.cn.!' '._...l. ;.1...,.... ..G1f the Star, "largely tinged on the vote foreign The friends tour. of Hughes are making fers undeniable proof of the entirecountry's Maple and Oak. China and Crockery '.

of the laboring man and the owners growing wealth.
careful preparations in launching his Mission FurnitureIn Complete line-Dinner Sets and
the coun-
t -_ -- of small homes, who are keenly alive The mineral production of I
boom and the friends of the other re
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1907 to the contest and the character of try exceeds $2,000,000,000 annually. all the different finishes I) Odd Pieces
publican candidates are busily at
the men who were running. for the office This year's output of pig iron will .
Tiliiuan h right at the heels of Mr. work. of
TOO production
of 25,000,000 tons.
8er< lary ('ont'l\ fJll fur selling thosebonds. The declaration of President Roosevelt -
"Not that they were opposed," it steel and its principal'manufactures
not only complicates matters in
says, "to improving the physical con- during 1907 will exceed 23,000,000tons I tAU
- the ranks of the republicans, but likewise -
but the in valued at $615,000,000. The na
ditions of the city, manner
Iflf' of the suns of Mr. John D. in the ranks of the democratsand
which certain things connected withit tion's production of steel has doubled Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Portiers
RfJ.kt'fl'lI*r has started a Hughes a re-shuffle of the cards is perhaps ,
did tbeir since 1902, and is increasing enor-
done. These people
own thinking and voting, and in the mously each year.
The almost avowal of Mr. Bryan to

Tbey refer to Park Trammell as main were not the subjects of solici- let bis name be used as a candidatefor The manufacturing industries of Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull

"Pretty Park." Who said John Beard tude." the nomination a third time was the United States form a most important I Line of Up-to-d.w'' ; Pictures, fram*d! and unframed, and Pic-

? And the day before and for a part of the country's wealth. !
was not handsome Madison Record- yet evidently based upon the presumptionthat I ture Mouldings.; Full block of

week before, the Star vouched for and Each year the products manufacturedand

commended the good character of Mr. third-term Mr. Roosevelt nomination would, and accept with the the tbe labor involved exceed in value Farm and Turpentine Wagons Buggies Harness and Saddles

Three Russian generals: General Robertson, and patted him on the the enormous total of $14,802,147-
panic and other things now operating
Rtoeaet,I. General Fock and General back for tbe good work he was doing 000. During 1907 manufactures ready Exclusive sale of the best wagon on earth the Stadebaker.

..... are on trial for their lives, and for Ocala, and the advice it gave to against the president, be was led to for consumption exceeded $479,700- And carry the very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.Bmldin I
believe that his defeat could be easily ,
Bust explain the surrender of Port its readers in big black letters was to 000. an increase of $19,888,000 over
accomplished; but now, as President
; Arthur. "vote for John D. Robertson for mayor 1906. Rapid as has been the growthof
Roosevelt avowedly and positively declares -
," if the voter stood for municipal manufactures in the past few years
that he will under no circumstances -
It ia mighty unfortunate for Capt. progress. there is every indication of a still
"0> accept the nomination of his I
l Richmond Pearson Hobson's Japanesewar The Star is now manifestly pleased greater increase in 1908.
party for the third time, it changesthe I Brick Limp Cement. Plaster,
scare that it chose such a crowded The total value of the nation's livestock : ,
that its own advice was ignored. Points d
Bryan outlook altogether. I i g Hair, Lath, Shingles, OQ)
M*::ion of cougrf-.Tj for its public But, upon further consideration, it is 4575000000. This year'soutput
f. From the article that we reprint today
"pd&l'aDcDeLand Record. seems that the election did not, after of meats, fresh and salted, is FHntkote Roofing,
from the New York World it will lnOterlO I Oils)
all, hinge so largely upon the "la valued at $915,876,493.: Dairy productsfor I .
be that heroic effort is heirs Etc.
seen an White Lead, Varni-hes! ,
Charles G. citi-
> Myer, a prominent boring man" and tbe "owners of small a for 1907 equal $173,765,000.The .
made by the republicans to launch Alabastine and Ma nite Wall Paints.
ienr of Tallahassee is on trial for homes" for the Star finds, after a export trade of the United Wall Paper '

forgery.' He was. a member of the city closer scrutiny, that there was a woman Hughes boom, and Mr. Hughes will States, despite the comparatively little a nd jive us a trial. C-We will not oe undersold and will please
stand in different
council, and made a reputation in in the case, and from its conclusions an altogether light: attention paid to it, has grownso
than Mr. Roosevelt and he will
bringto Mover & 1&ckay.
>> certain gamblers in that
we gather that they must all rapidly during recent years that
his aid the more conservative elements -
dUor have been against Mr. Robertson for our wharves are congested with car-
of the country, and to offset the
It awaiting shipment. Domestic ., r".A_""'-. ._ C -
: goes '
mayor. says ---- ---
her advantages same the democrats will perhaps also ,
Fernandina sleeping over
"There was another factor in tOO merchandise valued at $1,853,718.000
think it the of wisdom and
part good
for so many years, is at last election of yesterday that few thoughtof was sent abroad during the year end-

waking up.\ She is making marked and none referred to, and that fact statesmanship to nominate a manaround ing June 30, 1907 an increase of $135- '
whom the conservative forcesof I
': rtriJoh forward and} at distant
no '
expects was the women of the city. They 764,032;; : ovtr th" previous year. 4ULLQThAi ;" :''
f the country will be able to gather. .
uito a.smiKher: proper place were deeply interested in the I The farm wealth of the United r roP ,--'-
resultI Looting at the situation throughp"Ctacles .C : ;;
commercial hi of the :
in the state. !
!Dry They bred their sa' and !I I Star. -.miated. m 19o7 at $7.il2: ,'Mi ReYAIUJ .
I of this sort the democrat I & : 20 :
--.., --- 'h-.r reasons seemed good. and they '' Tl', 1. traem T; and thp Talla.on of Maryland: have indorsed JudgeOeoraftr ,; ;
plead th"m in the !oni" as only wohoe .I ?: ( ; '"!.it.ii.i!! |.. The sevtn cereal crops; .. ... = "
Gray of that slate for the democratic ...." .. 4.1. .xv SSci "
""'T. r 131: is in the ciui t>." bare a mul!] ai'ie!! of $:_.:.7 S.lIlft.O'I ''i), or .r- ,,' .. -:;:-;:; ..- 'j 1
presidential: nomination JU'lgi I : '.' "''l (. j .
T. the women pi'ding: itbj I ;2'?:! per ('"::1f. abo1 rbe! average ji;; Ms fi .., tIP4? .ij; i HLTO .
I Gray htitds ]M-h in ;11,> conn: ils of '- B,.." .,,. .,'
cir :'ye* fir Mr. Robertson's: been '.;-timared tbv) : six: sari: crops 7 --r.-t- : '11'" /-4J -"'
his arty his name !tai: hurt fre- O Sl f Iv :
i parry I .y':. .. ','" :: Qtrr1 f
tnt "laborins man and | 'rild pay for 'lnpliratin:? er in:u- ... 'I
jquenrly sp 'krn of as a p.'Mucntia1inedibility i :! ;/ .1' .:
I At .
i of ;mall homes." who ]I i i nix hteaui ra:'!roals( in the run -tlvi .,7 q: vv.' ... ..., _, 'v vv ii iSi f /% % :
H 'is _- ,
; *: F"n a United ) I -<-, ( --r' i "
JL' '
: Mi terminal J J "" '" '.i. W-lft'H! .
?Ih'. ah"e" as to the char rolling stock;: and all \ \
States senior: a me nher of tl'e}! ParisjPface I -> i';' .@'J. -\ ... sSBL j'Sh! .
two man, it fpmaiI ..'l for..i m'operry The enormous grain i lilt; : \.r.--. k":1 f '.
C' mrassion. a memb-T of the -
derson: to be the "bappi-i f and other! assets; of the nation c:how ;--- was"' _-....?!7'1-,!;:,. >*. ..t,; ., ":..
!, KasruInterna'ionil Court of .\rbitra- J-- f J :;':-. "';, /'. ,,
the rent"! in the cty; a balance this year of $itUoii.tmo!) + in ;; ''' i1:.:' \.".. I J ;
tion. a member! of the commission t't'If. 1&:: ,t:. .,',
ap;>y because he "in3um that the our favor. ,r. ..q"4 .:J. !" ', ''' .;- -.
settled coal strike: and has : -:: ,. "" .
!' ; .,.,.f. : t.- \ {
l the
< vote by gum- been on the bench of the United !:M." ::="I'i"; r.... ,
I ;: Against the Third Term I ,.".-f\..':.,(.,.1'2.. .. _..: .JJ;. ) a: >".
States circuit court since 11:99.
ever .; 'f;, : '
Senator c.
of Alabama
of Mr Robertson Clayton has:; introduced I yrj&'SZL' 42tO
re- I "
; Judge Gray's official career has beenarked 1_ ': .t'
the Star !: a resolution: in congress I
says quickly |I with cleanliness and his private -
against the third term idea. The
it of them : resolution -
was one
; life is irreproachable. His
insist," it says, that,$ cestors were all! democrats and he declares that "to break down CHAS BLUM & COMPANY
the barriers against perpetuity of the ,
of the be
let reactionary on the was reared in this faith, but he has I
j J tenure in the presidential office ib. Jacksonville Fla. .
non ocunty will ogress of the city, they i always been an extremely cautiousand ;.
ation. Mr. Wart- for, fraught with great peril to republican {
ary public measure to | ..
statesman, and if ,
( >
institutions. It is said the "
resolution -- --
: ---
his resignation imps will be carried -- --
iy out, nominated by the democrats would I
it ion on the board as if ,d forget what has not l has the sympathy of Speaker
draw to his support all of the conservative
Mathews has yet Cannon and other leading and repreSentative -
ac- I forces of too country and wouldbe
wj discharging tbe po- BUL >. 1 its Mosaic mixture and republicans. The Atlanta HARDWARE {
i repugnant to no element of his own
and praise the ] Georgian makes this reference to the
manager of a ana pology. Star says oMr. f i party, as he has always followed its .
resolution '
ariow. Nash: "But that he will do any|!j fortunes through fair weather and : >.

more than any other man who has "Mr. Clayton's resolution is expo .y
i .
foul. Under the present conditions ":?: = right out in meetinggnd been in the is cially significant at this time when L a ,
mayor past not likely. I which confront us, he would be a most -- ---- v-- --\:!Ii .
Taking it all! in the popularity of President Roosevelt
suggested all up one way and
acceptable candidate, and his nomination
*ringency..w down another, the Star's article is a throughout the south is unprecedented 1.--
would almost
.-. was most rare and curious production. mean a victory. in the political history of the coun- !i I
The western democrats
are strongly
.... -luranam Lincoln during ----- urging the nomination of Governor try. It is to be regarded as one f I I KNIGHDMARTJN: COAt I !

the em! war and! has the endorsement The press dispatches say that only the first guns bred in tbe appraching

',' of fferson, Calhoun and all the earlier stew of tOO senators congratulatedHon. I Johnson of Minnesota, Editor" HenryWatterson's presidential campaign, and its echoes @) the T. W. Smith & Cu. Oid Stand. | K_
I "dark horse. Thereare
..t:1tt': :lUt.'U. We would scarcely Jeff Davis, Arkansas' new senator will be heard in many sections of the OCALA
many reasons why he would makea i \a
b.\'t' any more money stringencies if on his maiden effort delivered in I republic. Mr. Clayton is a democrat- .
candidate. The AmericanMagazine
Tom Wuisun's plan were adopted.Make the senate Wednesday, and among the recently printed a sketchof ic national committeeman from Alabama II Come and see us when in need of anything in I -

:greenbacks receivable for all number was Senator Mallory of Flor- and will be an influential factor
his life, which took a strong hold I the of :
dues and they will!! become as good as dia., In truth Senator Mallory has not in directing the next democratic pros way u \
on the popular mnid and placed him
gold and: will prove much more sertuvable been in Washington during the present idential campaign."It @) J:
a most favorable attitude.
session, but is looks as if the remarkable popularity Farming Implements
lying seriously ill A correspondent of the Baltimore
at his home in Pensacola.The of Roosevelt in the south was : ,
News who heard Gov. Johnson'sspeech
A di>rutch front Tallahassee saysthat the inspiration of Mr. Clayton's resolution II Wire Fencing ;:tI
at the Gridiron Club dinner
;., Oounior; Uiu ard has definitely president maintains that be is against the third term boom." J {'.
thus describes him:
d,'t."m I Pumps .
Here is a democrat without dema The ti :
u' tU UJatiMo: fIll January 1 G, llOS. ___ __ Primary Says Hustle ,
gogy. A leader whose bead is not i in Editor Storrs of the G
Tbia ,..111'\ iifcjmtfkas: also! that the Good Cough Medicine for Children DeFuniak Guns Ammunition "
|TI"U"' m his nt'-a; ,' v.i'l: The season for coughs and colds i is the cloucK! A sober thinker, with the I Brteze announces that, unless the ., V"yplsv .r

..... ......! .,or .,,".,......',;,...,._1. .-' ... .. _.......t'now. at hand and too much care cannot saving; grace nf humor. A right-doer.I I peopl" manifest a general wish for
-- -> '* **"" ij cn.' Sash
." ,'\.na.iojof\ this stag auuuioil' in A child be used is much to protect more likely the children.to contract -I whose temperament is perfectly norma hire to run for gc" 'rnor. he will not II Doors n t

!. A man of action without stren-
lu- ""r./I: thi! .. !:-.t-, a;;,'. li\ duos: ocr I diphtheria! or scarlet fever when enter the race. Editor Dixon of the _
he has cold. The uosit '. a young man of seasoned judgment Live Oak Democrat has Blinds
.. a quicker cure already etc.
"<" 'C il!:u t!! :i,,,t'> iVc.uire an you : said
"''inuional" ', TOO his cold the less the n>: k. Chamberiain's A man of the people who looks that the! pt=o"le! will; not do :sncr, : a 1 1't
gO\'t'In> much
Cousin Remedy i is the :sole reliance well in evening clothes. The possessor -; ibiD; for any man, and the
indications Li
Mi-.d'u.! ivius 10 K- %g.La: the na- of many mothers, and few of I fact, everything usually
of that greatest gift of the gods I that carried in a first-
are Editor Storrs
tl.>u m nui" \a\ U we were GoIl.r \- those who have tried it are willing to I I presumably ;\

'... aard'auvht'r! we would tell use any other. Mrs: F. F. Starcher of sense-which means judgment and I reads the Bible, which says a class Hardware Store.

Ripley! W. Va., says: "I have never taste-but all the while a virile son I man should not "hide his I { _
td'u ,
y\ !-h!i means to let .Mr. Roose- light undera ...........,
used other ....
anything than -
Chamberlain's -
of the west, with every red corpuscle bushel but --- ... ....
go ye into ..
vi'li! my barnyardand ( \ -
umpopolize all the sensations. } .. .a.- Cough Remedy for my children _W' .
and it has always given good satisfac- intact"The work and hustle; and when I a. u tJsEyrwL _.. rts'f.: .

We want all democrats to get togather tion." This remedy contains no opi- friends of Governor Folk of come I'll make it all right with you.:' .i! .

,,i the next presidential: cam- um or other narcotic and may be giv- Missouri are by no means idle, and Words of wisdom. If be wants the t.

;n. Good democrats and bad democrats a/Volt en as confidently For sale by to all a druggists.child as to TAn an "Folk Clubs" are springing up in all governorship, he must get up and KnightMarjn C < t

if there is such a thing as a I parts of the country.The hump himself and reach out for it, o. k 1

bad democrat; Bryan democrats and Appreciated Gift democratic party has a splen- and the people be ddelighted.Starke .- Jf

Parker democrats; Cleveland democrats Christmas will be remembered if .. did opportunity if it will seize upon Telegraph.A ::- -:- .. ro.. .."

and Hill democrats and Hearst you give simething worth while. A it, and the signs of the times indicate

democrats. We want democrats of box of six pair of Hole-Proof Hose, that it is in a position to win an easy Most Hearty Welcome to Mr. Flag- McMillan

every vtl'e and stripe to get together for men or women, guaranteed for victory if it rises equal to the emer- ler Bros. iI <(

Ud stay together. We want to wina six months, without holes. You get gency, but the republicans predict All Florida, and especially the east :

UK victory, and we have democrats them at Fishel's, and they make the that it will act with Its accustomed i coast extends a glad and hearty wel- Southern Copper i

enough if we can only get them to- best present for Xmas. 1213wtf.: imbecility and proceed to throw the come to Mr. Flagler upon his returnto Works

getlur and keep them: together.'t> fat: in the fire and lose out! the state, after an absence of several "

think it high time for democrats to Muscular Pains Cured months, and all wish with sin- Manufacturers of -

1t't'p from fighting: each other and troubled During with the summer of 1903 I was If Editor Storrs lived in Jackson cerity that his health, which is now Turpentine StiUs,
Zl+;bt the enemy. He i? the fellow just foot." say Mrs. S. Pedlar pains, of Toronto my, ville be would "know how." improving, may be completely restored and General Metal Workers.

J XK>W th.-t all democrats should pile Ont. "At times it was so painful I by the balmy air and the rest that
A t
on. and .,hen we get him licked could hardly walk Chamberl&in's Dangerous Deadlock he will be able to get away from
good that sometimes the
Pain Balm was recommended to me, terminates faatally, is Old Stills ti V
t and well active direction taken in
then it will be time the stoppoge of liver of
enoughto so I tried it and was completely cur and bowel func many business af for new ones. Patching

fight one another. Let all good eJ by one small bottle. I have since tions. To quickly end this condition fairs. Mr. and Mrs. Flagler with through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or !

democrats, silver democrats andgreenback recommended it to several of my without disagreeable sensations, Dr. their guests, will spend the wire will prompt
winter at attention at either of the
King's New Life
Pills woi'sFAYETTEflLLE
friends all of whom should always following
democrats speak hlgaly:: of Whitehall, their .
smoke the .
J. of pipe It." For ale by aU druggists x be your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely each home, ..
peace at least until after the in though they will
presidential satisfactory every case or your make frequent visits
campaign U over. BANNER ADS money back at Tydings & Co's. drug. here and Mr. Flagler
RESULTS. numerous trips C.
:store. 25c. ,. to the SAVANNAH GA
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W Local and Personal I I :Mr. Lut;:r D. Stafford, who is new I NEW W O. W. CFFICERS ;t ;a.i.- .ia.1'L"V: '='!: :I'=.., I .!...7Wn. i'YK =l'':': .... ,.,. ...-a...- t-

t : residing at Tampa, was shaking hands I 1 ..

Dr. I with his Ocala friends Friday. I Fort King Camp Woodmen of the |
p. iiorgjn of !
McIntosh was a visitor World, held :ts annual election! of officers I

Friday. The trial of Mr. J. M. Dearborn,, at the forest Friday evening: ;u

Mr. formerly superintendent of the Ocala 1 1I 1I resulting! as follows: tom.ut coin-'; ; KriEINALERSLeading
an tai l UlTr or Crys-i'I electric plant, has been set for Decem- mander G. W. Martin; adviser lieu-

Ocala were among the visitors in ber 20.Capt. i iI itnaai.: :'1. :-i. Little; :banicc-r, R. E.j j \ .
Saturday. I
Cole; clerk, C. K. Sage; sentry, W. ;,, .;t :

.Ilt\. 1.V.. Boring of Pine was O. W. Reagan of Brooksvilte C. '.:oore:: ; watc:::m2.:., J. F. Thomp-,, :::1

; wrug those who brought meat toW i manager of the Spoke and Rim Com ten; a-aaajcr: Jake Brown. '1 Mercantile House I'

i *J! xtoragc last week. j' pany at that place was a business Mr. W. L. Marlow traveled through!;]t j .H ++ .....

1 I I visitor to Ocala Friday.Mr. the forest! :and it being a rather: :jj t

a Mr. G. M. Hammond of the western :.tormy night the falling branches ;i|
and Mrs. Thomas K. Livingston :
portion of the county was a business ::lade it n hazardous undertaking. !!J

viwtor in Ocala Saturday. of Salisbury, Maryland, are the parents : 071W::-", with his usual pluck, he :
of a little daughter, who hi recently : ravod the elementand succeeded r vv"rrter: i 9 0 7

;, Ilea Blanch Ausley, who has been come to their horn" ::1 i r achi: g th/> clearing in good shape i j S 1

i Pftdlq the summer and fall in rco'isa! ; bis :cteed at times had a ten-! '
Mrs. S. V. Potts of Cotton Plant i I
North Carolina, has returned home. .'enry n : -'comfrolicsome! en route. '-' .
I on a visit to her sister, :Mrs. RL' I' '
M'.r tV r r.. 'ng the sovereigns.iar'h''il ;: ,
( Mr. J. K. Mixson paid the Ocala Graham, and was present at the mter .. : ; in a: bod.: to tte Arcade cafe,I: I
Ladies Wear Suits in the fabrics of Dress
Manner offlce a pleasant visit Satur- ing of the Daughters Friday afternoonRev. : Ready to leading
: n 1 en j.:>yprtlae of those oyster sup-: <

stay. He and a number of his neigh- and Mrs. Charles M. Gray of t''r. --at! : "Jirii": Ensesser's chef soI! )II' Goods and Sil l s from $ 1500 to $35.00. r
lK>r* hrouKfat down : a
I a good deal of !
St. Petersburg formerly of this c ty.: el! kaawo how to fTve. j '

5 pork to put In cold storage. to leave early in the coming:: Thanr.i new numbers: over 123;. .
expect .
\' : Ladies' Ready to Wear Skirts in Panama Chiffon Cloth
year for a trip of several month:; in 'a 'm i:,Tand each ranting; oees:: new; l ,
I n pants of Dunnellon arehiwlt Europe. ."'j :! ,.,.-- ,. f.- :.:t'm'--r';-lIl"''''.. II l and Voile. Prices from L75 15.50.Letts'
._: ,Iur appreciation of a good I ranging $ to $ .

m wftpaper by giving the DunnellontJiHmip Big: Vehicle: Sale (Ii I
Mrs. S. D. McKr-an and hr: !lt!: : :
I \ whole page advertisements.Th. granddaughter, Maisie ilrKtaa, o" A.Ill: be rci-ii; ;(y ;.n adv.:rti-vmrnt I j j.u pcncy Silt Waists, Plain Silk Waists, Net Silk Waists.
\.iuK-nu-! makin marvelous im- thpl
; iiIrir.
: ...tt.r'r yvu.of: ray'paper,
Sarasota are the guests of Mr?. Me 1 .
Ir.1IIt111t1.. : of Knigh" & Lan:; f;; now conduct-!! ]' Beautifully tailored from $3.75to $7.50.
t Kean's son. Mr. George McKean, I
Ti? :.1 .1? "!..r price" ;ale; on vehicle I :
.. .... .
\ #I' I' m..tluK of the Daughters of a couple of weoks. I aOf n..d..r. < m. :. ? _
all kinds. They have a large stock j
I the ('oafederacy Friday afternoon ati .
I Mr. H. F. Altman of Victoria Lake of warjons for all purposes and allij I j far the r
J Hit' home of Mrs. Graham, Miss Mag- Cur Dress Goods Department is by largest in town. We carry an extensive -
id' I."". granddaughter of Capt. F. county, a subscriber of the Ocala Banner are made by the best wagon builders !il;, line in all the leading weaves and colors at prices ranging from :2Jc!) to $:}.UO
was a visitor Friday. He says )f the country. a
M 1.ytkl of Buaton was accepted as
,}i that the Banner is as popular in Lake During this rale they are offering | s per yard. f
;. a niffltor of Diekison Chapter U.
I:county as it is at home. them at great reductions from tbejj: !! i -
r -
regular selling prices and those in I 1

Mr. Watterson Tucker has just need of a fine wagon, buggy set o T Money Back Taffetta Silk and the famous Mexinc 1
ditar Bittlncer of the Ocala Star .W.TS SILKS
other completed the wiring of the R. S. Hall harness or laprobe should not fail travail j in all the leading colors from (>!lc) to $1.25.: :
roe biro a wire fence the day ;j
residence on Caldwell Heights themselves of this opportunit:
and WTrrvly injured himself. It requires ;
says it Is one of the most completepieces to: get them at prices that cannot b- ---

nurhi from time the for effects Home of people"eominnet" torwow .I of electrical. work in the city duplicated: in Florida. considering thnnaiv IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which is in cur Annex, we carry ::
convention banquets.-Palatka Mr. William Taylor Allsop of Ow- .....Thij..u.'! .. o fu'-u.' it's t.H a'oods been o_in e-ed business: in II| Suits from $ lOJiO( to $:'!5.00 for men. Youths'Suits from $7.50 to $15.00; Boys'Suits .J

H..Id.i wiaboro. Ky.. hts arrived in Ocala to. Ocala: long enough for it to be a we' !II''I: from $1.50 to $;.50. The best selections in up-to-date Merchandise and

join his wife at the home of hermother. known fact that when they say'* ; well!! tailored.IN .
Mr. J. J. Curttens of fake Weir.toraMrijr .. Palmer and will
Mr Julia ,
thins! ; they are prepared to stand bar :
a well" mown" phosphitebroker remain until after the Christmas holIdays I '
cf th, statnj., ?o when they s: ;
of this city, was In Ocala Fridjr : I
th&T ilia .c-";no a bfcb. grade $S5 bu- : OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT for Ladies, Men, Boys and Children arerepresented
be identMknl
C.l'tltt'ftflU again
iI I gy fur STo they mtn exactly tits j the best t
i with the phosphate! Interests of Col. Otis T. Green is making setsr- !
and nothing els?. J
theM.*, having accepted a position al additions and improvements to his I BRANDS IN AMERICAEINAUER'S
1 Read their adrertte'inent and cal: .1
with t} t' tamp l'lio*[>t.Uo Company Otlawaha He has
house on avenue. i I on them if you're interested in securing I ___ ___ _
w..., hedqur are in this city. just completed building a flagstone -- -
: vehi-le: at the most reasonable -
piazza and is building cement walks i 1
llr P A. Snow of Pedro was among prices you ever saw '

the. Ocala B ou.*r'. welcome callersftMnrfejr and fences. i ,
Ocala's Proposed Government Build- I ;
H<> My be notes with adrat Mrs. T. D. Bryan and children of I in3 j

deal at plwwur the dally in- Mulberry, formerly: of this city were I
Mr.. K. A. Phbop; mason contractor
ct'afa. of *..U..t against the in Ocala Friday moraine,, shopping. J

eeaaed In Marion county, and They left in the afternoon for Ororc of ChivM.'c. I!!., and Birmingham.Ala. OCALA FLORIDA 1

vote of ., was in O,'ala Thursday, takinga I ,

that hte prwclurt will Rive a Park to spend the Christmas holidays II I i

abuut ( to 1 to favor of prohibition.1H with relatives. personal oversight of the physical I

condition of tlot on which Ocala' 'j

r T. Schwibt-r hat returned Messrs. Townsend and T. L. Sher- government building Is to be erected. ,,''' ''"i '''' _1:;.. i l _,_ .

trirm Atlanta wher he had been at ouse or Citra were in Ocala Friday. : Mr. hit hop is going to submit a bid s

: the Jantaui-f of the city government. They came in to pay their poll tax in 'or the construction of the building; '

iu l...t the Catskill brick which were order to cast thUr vote in the cOIning I anJ wantl'.! to fully inform himself A Royal Marriage 'I

ah1N"d to (k-ala by the PitzK -rald wet and dry election. Mr. Sh,.>ro:1Sf' I. on everything pertaining thereto before With the splendid and elaborite rite iJ'
;_ eTaparn' for ,paving!: purposes. There bas charge of Governor W. S. J(> doing so. of the Greek church the: religious ceremony -

1 t, II go% 'rnment tentinfi station at nings' grove at Citra. n-I Mr. Bishop says if properly constructed uniting in marriage Prince I 1

; \ii!nta. and w.- undewtand that Dr. it is going to be a handsome ; ; t
George, .second: son of the king oGreece I
1 that the tramples of B. Bil: '! building-much more than our
S.: iiMber! rep > Tl*:,' home of Mr. Raymond so ; e''

1 i. K
,, r'IAlCf'IjI".1' t'''n pang will r.move tut ;I I'oinpleted.! except n>- the pii.!:ti:lg. :: is a very fine structure.The I was performed at the cathedral

>> t I.n'k ,I" i "!'I'i'\' Their par'w! wit1, 1"''i.iuurior fint'i:: !: ': -; home I o..o bids will be opened in V;;'ash-: ia Athens Thursday.

; ill"Irk ',1' i' ,, '"I lllld: ;'". .,. :. i. ;" thf hand'! f.-i i in the! city and t > I II I in;;: ton City on December 19, and Mr. Princess:: Marie Bonaparte who is::

------ I! -\t.-ror: is aK! ) t'x"l>pdiugly attraeth '. Bishop, s?ys if it falls to his lot to :

Hn | t: rhace t'd' 1 flii-'nt\ SOILJam stud| atter it i is :'aintt>d will present a erect the new building he will be ;!nopt'rations _.". :stars old has lived moot of her
life in Paris. She is a young woman
: i lu'"' ''" la..t Sun I IdeJ. \\'Y! handsome appearance.Mr. the latter part of Januar

I It, I, iv,- 1 1 11 :al Mnt fov! : Under the terms of the contract the j;:: unusual mental attainments, and i :: :

todaJ HIv have: I-''-it ahseut forararl C. I:. Foy of South: Carolina building is to be completed by June 1. :- .on.-idered one of the most remarkable I I

) -x-p inontl- tuvm sp-iit I *hn has been in Ocala for several 19<'9, but if Mr. Bishop is awarded the princesses of the day. She not : !

the Mini t ill 'he m.Miinam of Ptlllil- months has decided to r'sidthere '; contract we may look for its comple- only possesses great beauty, wealth
and musical talent, but she is a dis-
.,1\111.. F''r the pa..t several i innllathlt i l'c'rmalH'utly. and will ensure: :in the ., tion some months before that time. ]
BaltinK't'\ 1 ,. Te !i-- brotherof tinguished scholar. Her drawingroom I
t't'' "' hate beer ill real estate busino a i :
Mhttre M"tltt'1' .lit nlt'li ban: '"'*'" under I I :.Mr. Fay of tV Ocala (\vjvrageCompan I.iI I Those Railroad SchedulesMr. in Paris has been the meeting ;

thtcrf of an + i.iiueutp.cialist, and i >. and! we welcome ftm: as anew i Will Mcllwayue, one of the place[ of tbe celebrated men and women : l I !

fritmiof tt"- t'heifaintly hope\ citizen to Ocala. i popular railroad conductors running of the French capital. Her marriage !
the .1.1iii is said to be a love'match. By :
lMJ"n 8rt'atl beneflttdhatv into Ocal was accosted several days
thle4 ra..f, I' hag... friends mill! be IIdigJ"I' i Mr. W. H Hopkins of Orange Lake ago !hy> a passenger who asked if it this marriage she becomes the daugherinlaw II I ;

hums 31.uill was a pleasant visitor Friday. He wuii! i nut be a good idea to make a : of the king and queen ofireece I !
her at I
I. have was not wearing; a pansy blossom i (1'.z' ;n th.' position' of the COW- : the niece of the dowager em- )

There It> a ".hl' un Rt't. ('. ('. C\I'-: but was \\.'.-ring what ho cal'ed a I cau-N-r! on this train. He said : "ft I pre r *'' of Russia the ]king and queen I < : : : :
roll I of (to'\1.1 He mint.-! 8:' he i !.il!> I "IlIatrimOJ,ial flower." and he says it : ou-'ir -!'.: to me that it would be well jf England and tb; king and queen of !I : ;[

can i iTV ; ., ui.iwUutur.! desciin- ;: i t.-; line of the !prettiest flowering vines I I to i." :1\:1: rise- cowcatcher from the i iI !i Denmark; the cousin of 'he emtroran : ; I ; : i :

tl" urns f F'-rida; : to the! ;';' has e\er :b-ot-n. He -.tY'; a single fn->- '1' 'J!,>-> (nsin and h'tch it to rr ;> :! eripress of Russia and} the ling::: ,; : !
t4. I" 1111' ,.
**- aut'tr.l: ; ight .--p<'!ally liable overtake an-J! : ; of all the other crowned heads !:
H! "u.HArrt'Ss! uis! a !: to a cow. ; i"J! i !
I"the I
trr f .. IT I *e ,- \ hen it i- ,u ''ill:! tluxverMr.:!. Hop- : what's to prevent a cow from !?:" >!llg !- !; n' Europe. Her father. Prince Roland : I I :

,,f s- .1'11:11".1! !" i ij' .-.s tys. --at thugs iu ";- -t-cMon in into this ear: ants! bit'psr a naT- : H napart*. is the oidesr ling grand- :,! I :
Ihat ..
.. t'l ,I ,: :':"..!:r- .! ;,' ind :;' "]' cer- .: M'ii 01 Lucien.( tp gr-iu Napoleon'sP.nc I j :! ;

!) t ,': :t.. ,.'ti\\ i :.(.tJ r, : : : :
t.M. ,..;! Mrs. White at the Methodist Ccnfer- : George of Gre.'c,' 'a::' born I

.. ,- c ..y'-1-, ''. M'ssonary!: Union ence 'r l>.t>}+. His el'VT luthPrince :: : ; ; : f : ;

1 ni' \ .I \\ '-\lem v' H. DoJe. l'un' tho met int-rtiug; vu-i'or# f iii-iautine.: ; duke of Sparta, '.;: bair : i 1 : !

,.. ,, .i.. ,. Pr, >-- ?rl.byt''i\*l TO he conference is Mr S..1. W1---: l t'rrcian:: hi'--'::". : > ; I : : :
\ p. & 1 !
I \. ,.: .r.-\i.: \- .;" -1' Luid\tK! ,.f C'ra i :She::; hl' afe.ik.ier! \- :1 -- : I
'w 1 .' I.,' !111 > (.,'Tll I1'e' PresMviiMr: : ; A;m-< bifii of the con ft'rl'uC't'ith poraapoa ; Mss Atkinson to Entertain for: College :: \ !: : : [ : .
\I r
I ,\ r..:> s, Fernauliaa.i ; :t-ir.sl: exception: for the past fifty-1! Girls I :

'ti i.!;-. ?,-" -\ -Mrs. W. H. eisht. vears. MKAnnie; AtkinscSi will! "oe at: !I i : !

/l% I" Cit i "i iii"' *o her friend: on fir;'lay n._>rnDtccmber i : ;; )
,tfa I l.a'.e y. Drug the sc-:::iou of the :!Cd'! lriconf'Trnc

i I 'h', _. indies!: Secretary-MrT.. held: i'i :Mad'onn: 1'-" !ir.? twenty- evtz'h. froruU"n ;. : : i :

., .'" I"' II'0 P. Haj u.iine-M.-;; .'. ::'h.... \:1:0: J< iutd in marriage ,rH az+' to t vhe! o'clock. This! will be : 1 :;

'r: u t IA, :t i >e>.-ret.iry Yocr.g! People's! Work- of 13, to Rev. David L. White, and one of the beautiful Cbrisrmas par- t I : :
,8 :
rth -r >lfi Miss Isabel Paul. East Jacksonville. : from then until now she has attended : ties that will be given in Ocala this
4' t' 't'" ,ntH'lJ u I I- '.r- Secretary of LitPraturi"r5. Tanker every: session of the annual conf r- ; season. The morning will: be 'devoted I : I : ; ;
41" ''' Mai "
rI'1'' -M .,. lefr last f'" -div,! I Jacksonville.Treasurer ence. and many of the district con- to what: and the honor uts: at MissAtkinson's i' : 1

f.* ii'n 'tllr! t'.thattta' and wa -Mre. A. Lee Humphreys.Live ; ference. She is stopping at the party are M:=5 Betrie Ray I'
*.. \ IH wife Mr. and :,I Oak.Members. Hyde Park parsonage and is looked Mclver, who attends college in North
>iDllw'lv.! i
e "HI I r.. wl'l' o.v'5 "i>r from the of Executive Committee- : upon as a mother by the preachers Carolina, Miss Sue Anderson, who is I

% f'"ft.r M''I'' ti I Mumths. and the:'I Mrs Chas. Marvin Jacksonville; Mrs of the conference.-Taaapa Tribune.Mr. ;I attending Stetson University this :! ;

to Wandeil.: East Jacksonville; Mrs. Jack winter and :Miss Janet Weathers who j :
f"AR .PI ,,Inrint' 'a' \.ic tion go ) :
They Ocala.BANNER Clifford L. Anderson of Holder :: will be at home for the holidays from i
4tun t' houiJe. Camp. t
\111 y \.t.! ;n !1"
I l during spent Sunday at home with his family. the, Emma Wiilard College at Troy, I
k here
"ally mid I I 1
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Pm Pm P.
: democratic hosts will
are printing ar- The
The papers
of the Baltimore
w -- -- --- A late issue Denver on the 7th ofnext
information of the city of
I the
ticles containing
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. standard Boot and Pota* ufacturer's Record says: Mr. Park Trammellfrom July to nominate the (Prickly Ash, Poke
the retirement
P. V. L vefvgood. Business Manager.
"In 1893: ; and 189C the country was the senatorial campaign.Mr. bearers of the democratic party for POSITIVE CCRES 0? ALL FOEM3_ AND STAGES f.FPhysicians _
-- i
--- told that the chief trouble with business Trammell bases his retirementon president and vice president. I

j r the low price of selected as a
interests was excessivecost Denver was evidently I will! frsi and _"
the grounds that tbe endol'l6 P. P P. aa a uplendll t YOU regain! ''' >$
farm products and of labor. The silver of the primary eliminates him compliment to Mr. Bryan, and unlesshe I, combinstjon, and prescribe it with w::. tocfenergFdalJdlaam'esreei: : '.-4

orators some of them unquestionably from the race. declines a third-time nominationit I, great sat.8Isc..on' for the cores of &U from overtaxing; tWl&j'lcem awii.r.ty

in good faith and some of them It is true that the primary is an expensive now looks as if he will receive the I I tones and slejea of. Prta.iry. Secondary F the use Gf f. P. P.Ladieswjose ...,
81"umlla'l"p. r.
demagogues of the most blatent kind, and almost effectually nomination without a struggle. If he .I I arid Tertiary syph.SypiulHic Ut nEutujn. ,!'%."':;o, ,.
luxury Ulcers and Sore, r.'"' whosottoouifiJatimrr !.I' ,d
proclaimed free silver as a specific enough to decline the Scr jfiilom ;; 3I / .. .,
disfranchises the poor man from aspiring has patriotism I GUnduliTSwellings. liheuraiURn, iuJ-: ton.nutrui ."- H IT: J I

for all our business ills. Free silver, for any of the higher state of- nomination it will make him a much I ney Cozcpiaiats,old Chromo Cicera that : Uac'lt'J by 'i : >: :.111 rf.1 u/ .... tijSZ2SS j

fr fCOUt we were told would advance the more conspicuous figure and will add '
fices. re..attra.
of cotton from the starvation the strength of the i i =
price But this can hardly be all the causes very greatly to

figures of that day; free silver would for Mr. Trammell's retirement, for he party.A SYPHILSSOOFLAi

..- lift the grain-grower of tbe west out : must have known that the primarywas party that is throoughly committed -

FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1907 j of his slough of despond; free silver:! expensive before entering the against a third term ought also be

L I could give the cattle-grower a better race. committed against a third-time nomi I = ,

<4'< *m I. Naiiui. vuU I perhaps hue an for his beef free silver would ..
price ; The Starke Telegraph must have nation. i all treatment.: Catarrh,Eil2 :'i.ioo.l cle.1.:1r.Jf: POIer:1ce t Pi'. p,

lasing *ilh i he. iv-itleul: next. 1 bring to the farmer higher prices for been hitting very close to the mark We still bold too Denver statesmanin I' Disc!& e8. peters:: Chrome Female ,s 1!:T.kly AsM-ofeifc, ."'asdi'-'*. ;g.
I Mercurial Person, T tier, QoU all: Jru >sa.fradheal (
--- everything be produces, to the great Trammell! admiration. We thinK Compliints by ":6
when it said that when Mr. the highest
\n fxrbttii<< -. y.s that there is no Free ,etc., etc. e I
of the whole country. fitter V
In the "Waii-r Wagon" verse; : blessing entered the race he had reason to him a great and good man-a P. P. P. is a powerful tcnia gad an F. V. L(LiPPMMNf
purl \ would advance the he
silver, likewise, count upon the support of the stat man now really for president than appitizer, bnJiEg up tne. f rcpnctoSavannah /
it l It r'riuuriv l IJro..aic.t1 ,
I rate of wages, and men would no longer administration.It was when he was first nominated, but er tem rapidly. It you are week ar i

1'1"!", AtlantaCtntstitution; ; says that I have to toil at the low rates then is now discovered tbat Mr. Brow- in our judgment it will not be the wisest f5eble,ant feel badly try P. P. P. and Jf; Ct.

ih "tilt way tu enjoy the music oft | prevailing. ard has formed a close corporationwith thing to do to again nominate him. : --WJiRHEumA 4 M Tay-Sass .
I "We did not get free silver. We
who opposedhim
lit- town ('bri.t ma bells is to pull the Jacksonville aspirants. We cannot get
did get all the other thdngs. Free sil- nomination to agree
the HH Governor Broward has formed a in the last fISM
ver went down in the wreck of a once of statesmanship -
his qualities
close corporation with Mr. W. J. Bry- with us as to

'I i :,"., p".n.yl\'allia. court has decide great party, whose machinery had an, a Jacksonville aspirant for United and greatness. We wish that .... ....._ ... __ __--...-.4Y" s= c--ara rs ;o.its."\.L...:.

e'41! t to rt'upt'u the Hartje case so been captured by the populists but States senator, with Mr. John we could-but like Ephraim they refuse .

the ,1tmft'CLaDl! ; .! can now be used for we got the higher prices for cotton." Stockton, a Jacksonville aspirant for to be disjoined from their own --.---- -- --

I Kuii.i utti r pur Ose.-DeLand News. We also got the gold standard and governor, and it is also understoodthat idols and bow down and worship ours.

-. .. -'--- what is its final results: A lower Mr. Broward has formed a COF! The democrats stand the best:: OcaIn House( \ fiQOHjS.TRY

l>roji a housand lot in your wife'st price for cotton; a lower price for corporation with Mr. Farris, a Jacksonville chance of winning a victory next year ins ) .
t I lumber a lower price for turpentine;
.tOt'I.I"1 for a Christmas present ad- ; aspirant for congressman. that has presented itself since Cleveland -

,1.11 the Jacksonville Times-Union. a lower price for rosin; a lower price, Jacksonville is ia the saddle, and was first nominated and if some TRY OUR

We rrfuM to believe it possible in indeed, for nearly every product thatis is going to ride tbe state to a finish. good and kindly man like Judge Gray I

Florida.Penaacola Journal produced. were placed on the ticket-a man
.. What else did we get? We got a
around whom all factions of demo- OLD)
Taw production of the country iso panic-a panic that it took the com- crats could unite-we would have a LLEGHAfiY

rftoriuous that Mr. James J. Hill, bined efforts of the government and Too candidate who starts his campaign walk-over, but we are afraid the in-I

jwvfcidoM. of one of the largest rail- certain rich men of the country to on the lines of the calamity temperate ones will let the opportunitypass I

rtad synteiu in the Untted States, stop; and had they not patrioticallygone howler will, in our humble opinion, be and if it passes it will be a long PURE R'f.E.

Urn thai the railroads are overtaxed quickly to the rescue the panic i left at the mile post when the final time before it again knocks at the

ad the only solution is in the im- would have been the most disastrousand count is made next spring. democratic door for entrance.

prowlmcut of the waterways. universal in the history of the There was a time when such tactics

country.It met with success, even in Florida pol- What would become of the venera- Put 4 full Ots
Tb. Chicago Inter-Ocean asks: that up
be remembered too
must itics, but the people are taking a little ble editor of the Banner if he did not

"Wtat should be done with our riv- the gold output since 1896 has been more interest in affairs today, thanksto have the Star to pick at? In his sore ;
!" Aud Editor Watterson answers in Cartoons
.n Fancy
than be-
more in hundred ,
any years the primary system, than they did disappointment and heart bowed
that we may be forced to use them
fore.Why :twenty years ago, and they are not as down with poignant grief at the result

real-es the panic? Why ask, when we likely to accept the "calamity howls"of of the municipal election if it is Delivered at
hear of a "money stringency" on all
certain politicians as they were in any comfort to him because he can

bands.: ___ ___ L___ __
o th er; d ays. gnaw the Star file, we uave no objections Officeor
It 11 asserted by a Tallahassee cor Express
If all the products of our silver
There is but tbat the
no question and are serenely nappy to i
mftoadent that Railroad Commissioner mines, along with our gold mines had
have overstepped
big corporations think
we can so easily accommodatea
Burr "propo es to strenuously been converted into money why their rights in a great many instances, friend.If 83.20 i'

ft tf one of the candidates for would not the money stringency have .
but because one, or a dozen, of these] you are thinking of sending a box
If Mr. Durr elects to datbi I been less acute? !
fjvt.iwn. creatures of the law do this is no rea- of nice fruit to a friend for a Christ- .
be the sufferer in the long Not has !
he will only a great American product
r son for a general crusade against mas present, consult the Woodmar ad.
rug, iHiriug a very close and a somewhat been denied full admission to our them all The corporation is a crea- -Ocala Evening Star. Regular $ .00 a Quart Whiskey; write for .

extended observation of Floridawhi industrial prosperity, but its denial ture of the law and it is entitled to
We are sorry that the Star think* Price
('a AC have rarely known it tu I has been done at the expense of a complete list
have all its rights under the law protected that the Banner is nagging it, for suchis ...
fail hat the who himself f:
i man got great money shortage.
and the candidate who
guarantees not the case.
Bttgl) tired iu an easy berth and I this protection is going to win It reproduced extracts from its article -
IbvB Mi called upon to tell the peo Things are now all right. A new Ocala House \Vine Romils.
favor with the
more common peoplethan on the election because it was
pie just \t o they should elect to the trust buster has come upon the stage
the one whose is "down
quite a rare production, so much >,o
other offices soon found himself outof and the trusts will all be busted in a "
with the corporations. that uc.FLc: + IHID\
it could hardly have been passed
a job We somehow doubt if Mr., jiffy. And after tbe busting of the
A candidate can be conservative and is ,
over, it reproducing the Star'
Burr ha> progressed to the stage oi trusts the people will all be happy, -
without being in the hands or under reply simply for the of enlightenment -
'::, egotism that he feels it his duty to I the country will become prosperous purpose THE
rhe control of the "interests. Thisis .
tell U-; WHO to vote for and who nO there will be plenty of money, panics
not the time for tbe calamity howler -
The Banner
ir) mt.rM, but if be has reached this, will be put to route, and life will be was under the impression -

matt ot mind another "Don't do it only filled with sunshine, flowers and the candidate of the interests, but that both papers were supportingMr. f
the candidate who is big enough and Robertson for mayor-the Banner 1QrioQ Hardware COITpaQY
sweet The of this
Mr 4t"I: editorial from Storrs oitbr songs. name later
broad enough in his views to
see and
conscientiously, and of course it
Washington modern Moses whatever
I>> r'uniak Breeze would be en or -
protect the rights of both the com- thought the Star's like-
support was
tlrvl., opportune anti might save the name he bad rather be known
mon people and the corporations is wise conscientious. If this be -HEADQUARTERS -
K,'ntl. man from himself.-Starke Tel- by is the new senator from ArkansasJeff true
graph Davis. .the one trot is needed, and in our why should tbe Star make sport of American Wire Fencing,

opinion these candidates are going to the in its
Banner grief, and it be so
L. h ___ ._ I F
The Ocala Banner fixes the date of prove the winners in next year's delighted in the defeat of its own candidate -i Sash, Doors and Blinds

oar Live Oak coming-out conventionat struggle.-Pensacola News. that it finds it impossible to

BA rS [ ItTtRRmU January 1. Please correct and Thinks Stockton GooGooMr. conceal its smiles? Paints. Oils and, Varnishss, "N r

hiV Mate that the date is January 11.- a This is a style of politics that is as

Live Oak Democrat. It was a mistakeof Stockton belongs to the reform "strange" as it is "new" to the "nest Mill and Mining Supplies,
wing of the democratic party, and has
the We egg" of the
types. hope that LiveOak's press.
STAn coming out convention will be ever been fighting the battles of oppressed But in the Star's conglomerationand Turpentine Snpplies,

humanity. In his
as s'lueensful as Ocala's was, and we public, as general mixture, in tbe name of
in his private life. he is Improved Farming Tools
fearless. Anti
know it will be, for what Live Oak Julius .Caesar, what has the Woodmarad. I

f*nil Humor Was: Eating Away Face undertakes she generally carries when he" is inaugurated as governor to do with it? GET
two years from now, Florida will havea I PRICES
and Ears of through
-- Body Mass Sores successfully.
chief executive who will rank as a Mr. I. E. Barwick who is a candidate R
Three Doctors Tried to Help t
I Brother Mayes does not seem to be peer of .any ho have ever held that for some office down in Manatee

little Sufferer But She Grew "whooping it up" very strong for Ed- position, from tbe state's earliest his- county, has one on us. Speaking of I arionaroware Company

Worse-After Spending Many itor Storrs, his own gubernatorial dis tory to the present time. Let us our modern reformers who hug the |i ,

Dollars' On Doctors and Medicine covery.-Ocala Banner. make his majority so large that there dear people so closely to their bosoms i I ----- -

It Dear me, is that so? Well, do you can be no doubt of his election. We in their mad rush for office, he likens I ..t..t.o.-........'-.
want to know the reason? We thoughtwe believe that he will win out in the them to the "Goots of Rome." By
beard Stovall or someone else say first primary.-Polk County Record. the way, who were the Goots of i SEED POTATOES

1 VVCEKS AT COST OF 75c. something about the "Ocala editor"for Rome? f.

governor, and of course no one The Montgomery Advertiser claimsto
t know a negro who caught forty- The North Carolina i Screened Selected Stock
**I f.vl it myt'utvto parents of otherpoor would have the temerity to oppose supreme court, : ,

MUttTing'II.UUN ft> tell you what such a proposition as that. We have three'possums in one night lIe can- in a recent decision arrests the decision .
I utieurattakx.*for mv little daughter. not be i LOWEST PRICES. ikl i
I charged with 'posum hoggeryor of Judge Long
Bile linike out all: over her body with a just been waiting to hear tbe first as the $30,000 .
Luzu..r, and we u.v\l everytluiij recom- faint rally cry for the redoubtablenest with slaughtering for slaughter's fine for the Southern railroad for vio- Write for
Ii utter I,but without results. coiled intbnN ( sake, as 'possums are always taken lating the two-and-a-quarter-cent o our booklet-"IRISH POTATOES," on Soil, i i
doctors then all claimed they could egg excuse us, Nestor) of the rate

trip her. but .>he continued to grow state press.: We heard Stovall. Do alive and this may represent as much law. The right of the court to fine !I Ilor j Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fer- i w
j %>ofMi her body was a mass of sores we hear as two weeks'supply for the family imprison any railroad official
else? I for S
and htr little face was being eaten anyone -Pensacola *'.-Jasper Banner of Liberty. !selling at a higher \\l lIt tilizing Digging and :
1! away. ..Uer: :u-s..l looked as If they Journal. i rate is denied. Shipping.
I un'l' \rlghlkn advlad me 1 i
The "nest egg" is not :
J. to get tuatara and Ointment and a new discov- -
Soap ,
i tw<>(\' 1 had u>ed half of the cake of ery and is not a West Florida discovery. 9 9 J I 41 & TDOUER FERILTIZER COMPANY i

.. Sout and box of Ointment the sores had : The Journal should take I ,
fill he U, l and care: of I
< > my little one's face and o .
tlOdv were as clear as a new-born babe's. its own. "Faint heart ne'er won fair It Manufacturers of '
1 would not l lit, without it again if it lady." Let fair Florida know what
xt five dollars; instead of seventy-five; a a !
tt+ou. N hit-h is all it cost us to cure there really is in the West Florida dis : IDEAL FERTILIZERS. i

our baby, after tending many dollars covery. Don't neglect your cough. .i .
on doctors and medicines without any
tw ffit whatever. Mrs George J. & : JACKSO\VILLFLA. ..
Stt, ?ul t'obum St., .Akron Ohio, Because of his continued ill health -(. ,
Aug. 30, 11)03.) Senator Mallory declines to stand for Statistics show that in New York City ( e oooeaoaio.sia......s. .o0r o1o4 WOO0wo6'ioAiil'.1oNN .

-. reelectionthis friends throughoutthe alone 200 --- -- ---- --- )-' ..
over people die week! :,
ITCHING TORTURES state will deeply regret to learn every "

this. Since his entrance into public ( consumption. "'\ GEl :.HA SrTiN FbOD

f? 1 Speedily Cured lift' his career has been marked with '& 4 FOR THE FORM AND COMPLEXION

1"l by Cuticura singular purity and his official escutcheon And < .\ TY ? ,rr.9bi.: ..ff,9rftel, B EJ! T H I m

A warm bath with has not been defiled by a single most of these consumptives might cf one s chanu, reuu.r,_, tn .re core than )- !'' w"rlli-v! MUXS The preservation of
1.. -brae. \gc'lo; ut you *"* '" your prl'Cll1; jewels. !laces and
Cuticura Soap and a breath of suspicion, which is some- hinht : a :Ul.tlt'r"l yearn nut u'
.... be 1 : feeling. and beauty is a woman s birth-
.. single application of ; living! now if they had *
thing rare in these days of graft and not neglected the SUlUUlate the
hector"111" charms ,
Cuticura Ooumi'i h.
:'1 t. bo > loosing, and endeavor to regain those
\ '- great Skin Cure WIll official misconduct His name has *
t, afford immediate relief not been mixed up with any factional .* warning cough. c houid be-u"edhy eve.;JSfaKH I Aar SKINdeFO O D
Permit ret and sleep, preparation known to mSS oc to be attractive. It d
r favoritism, has he used his cheeks
and point to speedy nor will round -
a > out hollowed thin .
scrawny neck WIth FIRM HTALTHV ....
;.! t cure> the most distress senatorial big stick to punish his enemies You WRINKLES
-: tug forms of torturing, know how 1i.IIQ matter; .
quickly Scott'sh how
OtonRHrinR, humors;:;, eczemas tetters, Ills official conduct has beenas ING .THE BUST or tJ make the deep the furrow FOR DEVELOP .
rantars,iti Kings and imtationsof infants : true as a plummit. Emulsion t. equal it. To prevent the brta.t from bre avfirtn' large: and beautiful nothing can ;.
c hildrm.and adults when all other remeltluti _. I 5K k. enables you to throw off a 4 alwlysu"eGEISHA SKIN FOnn shrinking. after weaning baby mothers should '- :;
-- --- -- %
and even I'Lyeicians fad.C and beauty lost through nnr inroT i" Wl11 restore a bosom to its natural contour I-
Craplrl Extenul and, Internal Tl't'atmentor' President Roosevelt has a marvelous : : cough or cold. Store aud UrBUt, or will be sent ?to skka"d" 0:1: bale at all onucipal Department !!
boon Every(..llumur'u..Uf&ot Inlauio tioA f ( 0llhll\'l1)) t,, CIrausy and .the its roD- mind. When he began to write wrapper,upon A. receipt ot Fifty Cents to. Postage prepaid, in plain sealed ir

'utlcW"a Ol.n',I ak.SOc.t.).WTu W WJS Hill,"lll.and this FREE! sampl wx-jlut eaou 2' to convinr of merit .
('Utk'ura 1t-I.u' year's message he found eleven GEISHA SKIN ? you the great or
vial 01 FOOD
1 tLsw-e jasiSSS t ALL for the cost of mailing. We W"1 besentfree for tea which :. r
elk fiukl p. tutu t"rupoh. BobVun.\'Irurkt. galleys of his last message still set ; DRUGGISTS 50" AND 51.00 will else send you our booklet cents pays'WOMAN'SBE

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42, :XO 2:; U( :. i.FL ) ( HFlID.s Y DECEMBER 20 IJOT. ONE: DOLLAR A YEAH ,' -flr.:

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Local and Personal I WOES OF LIFE Alexander-Ley I: I .41 e ; I

Ii Mir-; ?Iami3 Ley, Use eldest daughter -I iTh
Mr (Written for too Banner.) of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley, fomei- :

I"urFood J. E! Market Ranktftun is now with the I Perfidy ly of this city was married in Jack! 1IF14sdlliasIs

Jim Johnsing he's done gone ag:n an' sonville Tuesday evening. Speaking !

)Ir. J j. Williams of Homosassa lef me all alone; of her marriage; Monday afternoon's I

Mar to Ocala De way he treats me is a sin-de mos' Metropolis said:
Tuesday, interviewing
flats Claus. ongrateful coon; Tuesday night! at C o'clock it the I I

I fed 'Im chicken, chicken, chicken, : First Mfthoii! -i t: c arh111 ta.n.e I .

)lIT N. A. Fort
of iV. board of county commissioners, I bought 'im eb'ry kind ob clothe teho 141't :.f. Iscraas: Ferdinand< .

"M to Ocala Tuesday, a witness in an' den he went erway! Alexander.Tby! This! vevant to the
year spare you worry I
the {' .l. Uddon case. I, c-reraony wili be performed by ,

EmbezzlementLas' I Bishcp Charles B. Galloway, D. D.. of

)1 r. Peter DuriHoe, one of the PIO-I Sat'd'y night dat coon cor..o I Jackson, Miss.. assisted by the Rev. and suggest the following I .

Deer settlers across the Oklawaha 'round ertalkin' mighty good: E. F. Ley, the uncle of the bride.

Rr, wa ia Ocala Tuesday and was a He 'lowed he'd fix my i'onin' fiah an' The maid of honor will be Miss Hal- II

'Yo it&rM in the circuit court. tote in some de wood. lie Ley. The bridesmaids will be Miss

Well, when I got my i'onin' donhe: : Eva Martin Miss Jean Jones and Miss !

t,.,. 1 The poll tax of every qualified elect- danced lak' bavin' fits; Mona Harris. STUFFED CUCUMBER PICKLES I C IMENIID-m ) FRESH FRUIT JAMS

'1' in Marion county has been paid lIe tuk de clothes home-an' got r.doilah ::' :'[r AIex.-i.il-r: l will have as his best STUFFED BELL PEPPERS PEACH

and Mime have been paid twice. Both an' six bits! ran Pr R ?. Taylor, and as ushers SWEET MIXED PICKLES (in bulk) STRAWBERRY

nidett are active, and it is predictedthat :\':r. '-" ', ", "a'toP: r.ir. D. J. Herrin of '
SUAER KRAUT (in bulk) I
th> contest will be a spirited one. He's down to LIzah Joneses now. rr I -' ,-v -"i Mr C.:: ,Williams.. I BLACKBERRY
.. ."' MNCE! MEAT (in bulk) OYSTER SOUP I II
helpin' wid de cow; !V rvo dainty little flowj -
i Judg W. S. Bullock has orderedt He'll be so gooi-he *hokno v- :.1< .j." '' ,.' ,. v Pr.'vell and Doris NORWAY FISH BALLS I
t- .- members of the bar having civil -but soon dah'll be ,jr rr\\ .'-'' r :,C.fc.: ._ !!:*:lp! pillow bjO.arf-rs CANDIED GINGER CHIPS I PURE PRESERVES

('asr r for this term of court to be He'll ax her fo' er doilah fer ter tak 1 :! "_"' :tm'and Ruth Ley. MUSHROOMS TUHlEYilH/ OYSTER DSESSIXS! : PINEAPPLE : I -

Y Ilft'lIt-n' at court at 9 o'clock Saturday bam ter de show- .- l i.-qur.M: : :: : .1itc _el! will h' ,.. ,,-

i morning, at which time he willw.t An' w'en she gibs him dat. fa '* .="" ring bearer. FRENCH PEASASPARAGUS ASPARAGUS TIPS C.UNBETCY SAUCE PEACH : :"i ,

Qat 's for trials. ter ax her fer some mo'. ,I II Afrt tbo ,"f--iponv an informal re- TIPS I MASHED, POTATOES BAKED SQUASH STRAWBERRY t

I (;pd'J v/i":! 1 o t"ivlered the bridalart CODFISH BALLS

\lrlJ' Burgin is reported very ill Premeditated Malice Aforethought :. :tt thf- v.rsl:1aglat 215; Ea.t CLAM CHOWDER I BOAST BEEF CANDIED SWEET POTATOES RE DRASPBERRY, ETC. l|
f 1 at r--i home in Mclntosh. Dr. Burgin, I knows dat niggah's ways au' sty; !., I Dun! treet. All thf friends of Miss I CLAM BOUILLON I CAB3A9E SLAW MAYONNAISE DRESSING I HEINZ' f,

f M h., ix at present located at Ilernan- I's knowed 'im dis long; wh;'. --. '.. -> : :: Vr. A'-ya-c-r: : are most coruia'.r SWFET MIDGET GHERKINS rj{

.tii wan summoned by wire and imme- An' w'en dem clothes I gin 'ir.':; rnn : :: ::; itp-1 to this rpception, which PURE JELLY BEETS FRESH TOMATOES MUSTARD DRESSING t

1\\: iliate 1>' started overland for McIntosh he'll come back wid er smil5: : though:: :, ;inforiral, will! be a :most beautiful -
\: .-i." Mi MI day night, reaching home y esterla I'll say: "Ilow'dy do?" w'en be COUP ,! : ali :r.T PLUM PUDDING CHOW CHOW

< > tnorning. in; but wid man rollin' pin, I i ;! .' .nde and groom will leave im- RASPBERRY AND CURRANT PUMFKIN, MINCE AND APPLE PIE CELERY SAUCE I

De way I'll change dat niggah's smi'-- ir.ediaV'y! afar the reception for TamP QUINCY AND GUAVA "

3i 1k. and Mrs. John T. Davis of Irvine will be a howlin' sin. a. TrayVest and other interestin RED CURRANT ICE CREAM NABISCO WAFERS OLIVES

spent Sunday in the city with points returning via Miami and tl.* OLIVE OILEVAPORATED .
)1 Irs Archie Mclver and Mrs. Fant. QuietusNow east coast. CAKES BONBONS COFFEE

3 z Mr. ItovU and Mrs. Mclver are sisters Mister Johnsing. yer may jer.:' Miss Ley has received a wonderf : ORANGE MARMALADE FRUITS NUTS RAISINS HORSERADISH l

and Mrs. Fant is: their mother. keep er gwine, keep er gurtne; number of gifts. Among them ar

THy enjoyed a most delightful day I'll hab you know you ain't no me' two: that will be worn at the weddinr.:; :

i together.The onery man ob mine; Mrs. McConathy of Ocala has sent a I

?< I. F'om dis time on yo' lif yo' clothef most exquisite point lace handkerchief i

Atlantic squadron, the largest tom someone else's line; which came direct from Bni'- DO NOT DELAY

1....t of armored vessels in the world, An' yo' may git yo' chicken fom some sels, and Mr. Flagler has sent her :r :
left Monday for a cruise to the Pacific body's roos' 'sides mine. brooch. It is set with sapphires ai' I

I coast. In this squadron is the Xew DAN HAMILTON: HUNXICUTT. pearls and is beautiful in tbe e>- I! Select your Christmas Goods now and avoid the rush. We have

Jersey, of which Ensign Robert Allen treme. j i i

nay-atlnt.t MEETING OF CITY COUNCILThe MarksSlemmonsLast the largest and most complete! line or Fancy Goods we have ever

city council held its regular bimonthly Thursday night at the Presbyterian -

Mr.. Carney, mother of Mrs. \V. B. : meeting Tuesday night Besides church at Orlando. :Mr. Richard shown.: Call on us and let us show you the many good things we :

(fray. accompanied by her daughter, Panramore Marks, the brilliant assist r
having nearly a full board of aldermen have to eat.
)In. J. C Hill and the latter's little ant attorney of the rnited State
n S night quite a number of spectatorswere Miss Kathryn
")D. James arrived here last court, was married to

ft ..m ('larksville. Tenn., and will spend present all having more or less Slemmon. cf that city.

the winter with Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. business with this tribunal. The wp Min was one of the largest :

Oscawana. affairs of the kind CL IK QL.jcERyCLARK
tray. at their home in The controversy between Mr. Benjamin and prettiest
Timea. ever occurring in Orlando. The mu ,
Tampa and the city was referred to a
full orchestra
sic was furnished by a

Mr J. A. Eminisor was in Ocala special committee.The made up of the bride's intimate musical :

Tuesday. lIe brought a lot of fresh bills were audited and ordered friends: and there was a most elaborate BROS. Proprietors

iNirk for cold storage, and said that paid.Mr. array of bridesmaids, flower
who Anderson, president of the wa- I
farmers ,
-ncountered so many girls ?n3! decorations.

"t'ft' In Ocala on the same errand ter company was present toadjust Miss Slemmons is one of the brightest '
the water company's grievance Phone 174 OCALA FLORIDA
1 thniJie could scarcely get admittance. and most popular young ladies: in

/ Monday was a "hog-kill- against the city and representatives Orlando and numbers her friends by I
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1- tat t uiu nit'rs. to see which company would be I marriage the parents of the bride.: Mr. I 3'- : 10 years old. My papa! is an old Conieilerate

,. awarded the contract of paving the and Mrs. Summons, gave a rooM:n Clans and the Children soldier. Please bring me a
': 1 done : the instanceof [
be a
sidewalks to
1 The cala Banner asks as a favor II to a \s.r",? ?'i t: Vr 'If friend" I.anta little gun, to kill birds, and somethingnice
.. the mer- the city. I
,IH readers to patronize PatsPhillipsThcrslay II, to eat. Don't forget papa and
f' \ It election! returns were to !h.? i I I
in this And the ber 5 at the mama. Yours with
advertising Doc' : parcaase respect
;0A hauls, who are and canvassed. I Santa Claus' mail is very heavy tried ;o -tmly hard and learn my lessons -
They have good stocks and opened ? of ::Methodist church .:- I WILLIE ARNOLD.
|UM.r The prices are attractive Lively times were expected, but o-r i ry. Mr. F. S. Pate of Invernecn.: !.: now. The tenor of all the letters rei :; well. I hope you will come t *
fit. ne it. i see me. Little sister said that she
view of the money string reporter, being on the sick list co 3 and Mtes Susie PHl'.ips! daugKor < J j ceived by him is about the same, the 1 Electra, Fla.
tlt''autlt". full as it i would write and tell you to come and
Roods have" been marked not wait for the proceedings Rev. and Mrs. P. .1. Phillips! and sis! r ariation being only in the matter of Dear Santa Claus-Will you please'
'ncy. the see me, but I thought you would be
notch. Read the bade fair to last until midnight or af i of State Attorney H. S. Phillips SLr.i from a bring me a sword, a harp. watch aMa I
the lowest childish desires. They range write
down to glad to have all the children to
what you want ter. Mr. J. Han-ey Phillips of Tampa: were 'automobile. WILL COOK.
mark enough
I tin horn to a sure
advertisements you. Please bring me a wagon, a *
do your buying! united in marriage, the father of tK finds timeto
,1 nrenared to Strange to say, tbe old gent
go sword and a story book and a bugle F
aIktn't off until the last dav.Mr bride, who is pastor of the church, of carefully read all the letters, and Anthony, Fla.
it and and automobile and fireworks. My
put I
[ P mm Dear Santa Claus-I
TUCflOUCHBflED n i! ficiating. The wedding was a very investigate each applicant's worth little brother, Clyde wants a drum and want you to

wVhite of New York was : quiet affair and quite informal though ness. He states that as a general automobile and bring me a pretty doll and"a trunk
C. some
!I wagon
just from and friends of! and a lot of clothes for my doll; a
,In ocal. Tuesday. He was FOR SALE : a number of relatives rule: the children have been obedientto firewords and fruits.
the recent the family filled the prettily decorated : little piano, some confectioneries, and
attended faithfully
ahem bt' their parents, have ap Your Little friend, I
Tampa, Confer Rhode Island Reds don't forget my sister, Flora, and little
s the Florida Annual parlor where the service was performed plied themselves to their studies, and HERBERT L. ANDREWS.
a"sstou. :: Barred i{ ck.; I brother, Charlie. I guess my baby
l pisopJ.I the from out of
tb"h: >thO\.Ust : among all he deems are deserving a personal s
: .0J of For many years past: 1 P.Urk :MinorcanCockrells. 1 I town: being the two sisters of the visit from him. Following area Ocala, Fla. sister is too small for you to bring

t'h,1'V. lOuth. attended eY'f :: 81 i t<> ::5; Each. I Mrs. J. P. McCall of New York anything to her. She is only four
bride, received:
hall regularly few of the letters he has Dear Santa Claus-I know you are
)Ir Whitt and .I S. White:: of Live Oak, Fla.Immediately weeks old. Your little friend,
.....100 conference: Also a few Plymouth Rock Hens $1 and Mrs. Pedro, Fla. coming to see me this Christmas as
liven up his resuleuce..urnrid after the ceremony Mr. write I have been a good little boy all the
I slave be has each: and Eggs for Hatching after Dear Santa Claus-I will you I .
lie just like and Mrs. Pate left for Inverness, want for don't make noise around *
custom- 1 tell what I year; any
the a few lines to you
up 1 J setting.
1..t4't'I' February $ per
oflethodist where Mr. Pate is a valued employe AGNES HAYS.
I and the house don't tell stories am
tw In tt-., company Christmas. I want a cap pistol ; any ;

to...'OJIlt>. \tr: White is looking well and ENTERPRISE POULTRY YflRDS I in the railroad telegraphic. service. fireworks and a gas ball, and I want good to all the other children anddon't Dear Santa Claus-I would like for
F to know S S you to bring me a wagon ant some
i his frh ndr will bt' pleased MRS. W. M. SHOCKLEY, Mendenhall-Summerlin! some fruits. Please bring my sistera fight; go after bread and groceries
fireworks and candies and
withholJlnbt'r some nuts
Fortune 13 not Lowell!! Fla. doll and a carriage and some fruits. for mamma; and don't get
tat l.aDw The following invitations have been and fruits. I little
and they hope I am a boy 10 years
J from him Her name is Bettie May many whippings. I want you to
sables this mood. i issued: "Mr. Samuel Summerlin in- old. My papa is dead. You can
,111 continue in I Your little friends, bring me an air rifle and some shot
that .00 him to be.I yitt'sou to be present at the marriage wino me anything else yon want to.
friends want I HARRY MAYS. and an automobile and a'drum and a
. His Florida of his daughter, Clara, to Mr. Please do not forget
In. bU financbl opeartlons 2,000 BUSHELS horn and a top and a knife and a kite me.ROY
suct"ess. Herbert Drummond :Mendenhall, on SMITH.
fairly enttth'd to Fairfield, Fla. 1 and a pair of boxing gloves and a base
; tN"causr he t* Bancroft's gust Proof Thursday evening. December: 26, at 8 .
1 baseball bat and catch-
Dear Santa: Clau*--Please bring mea ball and a a
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Florida.! The happy
o'clock Tampa, Sparr: Fla.
a'' er's mit and some fireworks and
: doll and a carriage and bureau
the name 01 S. E. Oats couple will be at home to their many Dear Santa Claus-I want to write
by :i littlepocketbook. fruits. I haven't sisters or
! man book and a doll cap and a some any
J\ young m the circuitcourt friends after January, at Lakeland. story you a short letter. I want you to
huwr wall convicted Yield 50 to 100 per cent mare 9 i am six! yeans: : old. T i &uto trn. brothers, but when you put up my

c this week of robbing the W3rt'boul't" than Texas or Natives A Shrewd SayingAn the Ocala High School. My teach candy just figure like I did have and bring me an automobile, an engine

. All he stems: to have wanted divide with them.Y01lZ' I and train, drum tool chest, fire engine,
Nellie Stevens.MARGARET you me to
at S i'srr found BUSHEL old sage has said that the best er's name is Miss I
all that was $1.00 a SMITH. little friend, firecrackeds, Roman Canine C:.:M! ;
.on., or at least unsigned i present that one can give another is I
was some F. 0. B. Sacked. t HANSEL 11-BAD. some fruit and candy, and one great
,? hi. lussesafon ,>dandaenteneed something that will last a long time horn. old.
lie was convict I long tin I am six years My
tickt ts. Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed of the donor Flemington, Fla.
railway it1I or totruss ; and keep the friendship: ,
fine of $ MarteL Fla. father works for the railroad. I hope
to pay a saved from melons grown specIally mind of the Dear Old Santa Claus-You know
the always fresh in the person
in will think of the little boys and
months My Dear Santa Claus-I am a little you
a term ot six a for seed at Rocky Ford to whom the presentation is made. who this Is talking to you, don't you?
wrote I girls that live in the country. I ama
Bullock girl 7 years old. I want a bicycle, a
l_ rorfi'Y Jail- Judge man'stouGatng : Colorado I That is the very sort of a Christmas It is Harry Peabody. I am seven little fellow. I to school
of good go
to the young want much this doll a doll bureau, a paper pins
letter him to pay the finefrrandllfboftt $2.00 A POUNDEden present a year's subscription to years old. I don't I for my doll and a book of fairy tales.I when the weather is good and mind
the things
the New York Sunday World will Christmas. These are
young man The Seed saved always trp to be a good little girl. my father and mother. They don'twhip
Watermelon born a drum
be. Order from news want: A ball a wagon, a ,
prove to your
t Carolina.father much. Now, dear Santa, if
South the children me
Please don't forget poor ;
In of the melons, at and
resides from center fruits and oranges
who time. and sticks,
dealer while there 1 syet
[ to buy his son & Christmas. if you do, I will divide with them. I you will bring me these things, I won'tlet
wired the omcs A POUNDGrown things This is all I want this
him for the $1.00 know the Banner will send you this them whip: me any more.ROBBIE .
ticket and draW Mr. C. A. Uddon, on trial Tuesday HARRY PEABODY.
and costs of by me at Blackvltle, S. C. letter. )1L"--' E. DANIELS.
amount of the ticket rejoicing charged with having attempted to S r *

court. The young man left Christ- C. H, MaTijIS.BlACKVILlE bribe a.county commissioner, was L von. Fla. Ocala Fla. Mr. Isaac Rawls of Lake Weir was '
}- !I will found not guilty, and his friends are Dear Santa CI&u3-I have tried to '
last night an parents 8. C. Wtlaesday visitors.
Insteadof and Dear Santa Claus-I am a little boy acong our
mat at home with aw congratulating him. be a good little boy this year

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I II l Cor. Ocala Banner: '
Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Railroad-New Turpentine Plant Our burg welcomed a very nice rain CHRISTMASSUGGESTIONS
-Cane GrindingVegetablePlanting A certain young lady has had
Dillon Long I which was very I
Mc:.crg. Calvin and last Friday evening,
Masonic ( dreams of a horseback ride lately; and I
have returned to their respective much needed and now our I AT THE
Officers, Etc. lady declined the opportunity -
certain young
a nicely.
the growing
bostte from attending court -
4 Special Cor. Ocala Banner: of a roadcart ride recently.Mr. While at Sunday school last Sundaywe

testy capital Mr.: Acheson of Jacksonville arrived Wright was in this neighborhood noticed that the young ladies con- OCALA NEWS Co. :

)1JeaIea Carrie and Beulah Holly here last Friday to commence the the past few days and organizeda tinued to keep up the fashion of the I .

numbered among the late visit- Farmers' Union. The farmers have time--short sleeves. I Ii ,
live .1 rsL
goold old summer -
I work of opening up the Fort McCoy i "
.re to Ocala to do>> shopping.. Others i long needed some organization thro'which Hurrah for the big bay buggy and I a(
turpentine company's new plant It is i j they can buy and sell their pro- Old boy, we didn't ""
vbo fcave been up recently are Col.B. I the gray horse. L ?e! I
& O'Haraare
Henderson said that Messrs. Hodges I duce. Know you were so bad. That's o. k.; :
P. Roger,
Jack Randall John Haile, William the principal stockholders in the I Young Fred Smith and Arthur cal! again, old boy. I CHINAWARE aa RAILROAD TRAit .\o
I "shan i Brooks are going into the farming all to the
still and was
The The cane grinding
Charles new !
( tptta, Robert GLASSWARE ;.1,3 HORNS"
have already WHAT ISMORE
business in earnest. They the homeof
.1.ward. Thomas Randall. Robert Hol- ties" will be near the proposed big good last Thursday night TEDD BEARS } DRUMS '
rented twenty acres of land Mr. and :Mr. H. A. Ross. It was
Godwin, Raymond Holly, Lumber LOCAL POST CARLoMECHANICAL
1)lli1..w sawmill of the E. P. Rentz That is DOLLSMECHANICAL f fJ
from Mr. Harry McCuily. were
well attended. Those present
Pmttuo <>ob by. Oaptain and Mrs. TOYS fj TOYS
the big pond.
Company near right, boys; go ahead, and remember MarMorrison, Hattie -
Dora and
and Miss Sophie I Misses t'1 POCKET BOOKS .
N. 49. F. & A. M., I succeeds like success, I
Marston lodge that nothing and Annie Myers, Cecil Stokes,
interesting meeting at their I and nothing farms like a farmer. Inez Ross and "Maud
of Jacksonville, held an Mabel Turner.
J graham l RAZORSrun
.. 1'b..e. HORNS
I afternoon and elected The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. F. C. Gilbert, J. D. I
will spend the holidays at the "old hall Saturday I S., and Messrs. ALBUMS ALL KINDS OF GAMES
for the ensuing Beck was the scene of a delightful J. E. I wn
Ita c' a i -.irahaaiville.Sir. I the following officers Osborn Geo. S. Petteway, FOUNTAIN PENS H SETI j< FOUNTAIN PENS
, .,' W. M. C. C. box last Friday evening, for G. F. Turn- I t
aid Mrs. Hubert Holly are exporting year: Joe R. Thomas, ; supper I Brook H. W. Brooks and SAFETY RAZORS : ALBUMS
S. W. W. L. Martin. II too benefit of the library. It was a were
to have with them Christ- Higginiiotham, ; er. After many lively games I OF HANDSOMELY TEDD BEARS
IDU their sou and daughter-in-law, i J. W.; W. T. Forbes, treasurer; J. W. very pleasant evening, the moon shin- !hayed all returned to their respective DOLLSGLASSWARE
Mrs.'iHiam Graham Holly, Stevens, secretary; A. J. Albritton, S. ing clear and bright making the ride homes rejoicing over the blissful
Mr. and
of Atlanta via. D.; J. B. Jordan, J. D.; J. E. Thomas there and back very delightfuL Quitea events of the evening. LOCAL POST CARDS BOUND BOOKS j
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mills will S. S.; J. M. Hillman, J. S.; J. J. Briu- number of young people were present Mrs. E: L. Redding and her mother DRUMS 1I t..,!

fcavv .. their guests during the holi- son, tyier. While this lodge has and the ladies brought pretty :Mrs. A. C. McConn, spent last weekat fit. I
made but few Masons this year it is boxes, well filled with all kinds of '
4*,. Mr. Maw'i&ter; Miss Hilda I Mrs. R. H. Reddings' 't !'Ii> fv
Mills af Momi. in a prosperous condition, with mon- good things. Delightful music was Mr. G. H. Dorr and Joe Jordan of !;
I in the bank. rendered during tOO evening by Mrs. last : -;- \JJ !l.' : r.n u .:....u.wK
Mr. aid Mrs. Patrick Todd Randall ey Hetftvllle! were in Gaiter Sunday i3i
There will be a "onblic working"at Edward Carter at the organ, Mr. Jas. Mrs. L. W.
will have several "northerners" as the guests of Mr. and WE have always made special efforts toward carrying
.. the Baptist church G' His place on Hudgens and Mr. Snowden on the c
their guebU Christmas at their picturesque 1 Brooks. t(.'! a large:: stock of gods:: for the Holiday trade, and
hotel the Hart Line. December 27, for the purpose of placing violin and Mr. Jack Hudgens on the The members of the F. E. and C. I.

We have been, plodding along this new pillars under the building. banjo. After several delightful numbers announce that they will give an oyster: ;1 the only: variation made in our custo-n: for this! season is

' and)' road to and from the beautiful Everyone interested is expected to all gathered around ihe festive :supper on the night of December 26. iJ that our: stock is Larger than ever before, and the mainof

; .urin** during the long past winters come that day and assist in the work. board to partake of the goodies in our We hope it will be a success. A committee j!jj profit sm111:r. Call and be convinced.

and uwmerK and autumns and The Ocala and Northern Railroad boxes, and how we did feast A nice composed of G. H. Dorr, W. L.

old road. lids the iron laid to what is known as little sum was realized for the li- Brooks and D. L. Morrison, was appointed -
l>riu<',', and it U the same G. W. (Tex.) MARTIN Prop. I.
IB dome placet the sand is six inches the Robert Marsh place, a distance of brary. Soon after 11 o'clock all start- to prepare for the same. ,

R write two miles from their proposed mill od on their ways home after bidding MAUD S. .
which we
road of .
dot< T-tit .. "
p. that willf'oT1plete the host and hostess all m".hf! ii. f 'E.r :nit-rts.2.y
about half is realaady site and it is claimed they good night, '"

to not all bad. Only and the road to that place by declaring that they had a fine time. STANTON AND WEIRSDALE --_.iA_ .-_ -- ww a0SfaSfla.. .MwY--. ...... -
through, --- ---- ------- -- -- --- -
m ana hard to pull
January 1. Thus an evening was spent which will
if that huh Mss fixed it would save us
l The countycutuntUdiouiTK Some families are speaking of plant 'ong be remembered by all who were Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
nwm au hour's time. .
Male that there will ing vegetables to be shipped out over present. Mr.V.. T. Kelsey returned from .

be but very little road building in the new road next spring, which at Many of Ocala's automobiles'' have Leesburg Sunday.Mr. .

sorry to first will have to go via Silver Springsand !>een spinning on too streets of our W. C. Black made a flying trip
1"* ". tie weep, fur we are
M -
mind the little there connect with the Seaboard little burg recently to Ocala one day last week.
hear tbat. But to our
bo"* ol Muiit- ribbon wil mean the ailroad, until this load can be completed The "editor" had 'possum for din Mr. W. S. Allsop returned from M1

"llHto bunking house. and that there to Palatka, where it will con- ner Thanksgiving. It as delicious. Jacksonville Monday. He was accompanied -

sUi bi, won ruaJs built than is now nect with the Georgia Southern rail- Neil Ferguson will move to Ocala. by his daughter, Miss Agnes,

in the commiHhioners' mind's eye.. road. Among the recent visitors to Ocala and by Mrs. E. M. Favor.Mr. .

Built with ,,,,,'du t, our road between The past week has been a busy one were Mr. Edward Weathers and wife A. J. Leavengood and daughters 4

her MI.'' silver Springs is the easiest with the voters of tbis county as poll of Oldtown, and Mrs. V. B. Potts of Misses Dessie and Ollie, have returned -

Md th.. most inexpensive in the county 'taxes had to be paid by the 14th in the same place Messrs. Seckingerand I II I to their home at Stanton.Mr. .

to buiiu. At thin end we have severe order to qualify to vote in the wet and J. M. Bryan of Martel and also i W. B. Coggins and son Alton 4t

lB ui< use piles of sawdust, which dry election on January 21. It is Messrs. George Mills, Willie Mills, : visited Santa Claus in Ocala Tuesday.Mrs. (

to trw fur the asking. Also at the claimed that enough extra polls will Montholon Atkinson, James Hudgensand W. W. Reed and son, Herbert,

Silver 8|.rings end there are stacks be paid in to meet the expense of this J. L. Smith. visited Ocala Friday and Saturday.Mr. .

material at ejection; The little bows of white ribbon in James B. Ervin of Asbury Park,
of the same
Ml "tai *s
> the iteBU aiill. A sawdust road is Mr. G. B. Parramore has just returned this section are just as pretty and N..1., visited relatives here Saturdayand A is the Best

and tear of to Atlanta, where he is taking white as ever and they are winning Sunday.Mr. tro
h9 t. bu i Id-only wear
die Ray< "', keep of the mules. the medical lectures.Mr. their way into the hearts of the men. Joe Anderson of Leesburg wasa of All

4IaiIr "
ielp U. build our road commission- : his parents. lIe has been work- Charlie Egerly arrived from the' i i I
ing at Mulberry, in Polk county, for AND WEIRSDALE J north Tuesday. I There are many mail order whiskies on the market. Some U
,an. to our "old Dobbin" can go over .
several months.W. good-some otherwise We are probably the only whiskey dis- ,
M with wise."Ttorlda. I
Rev. A. Stevens and Olin Coker are Special Cor. Ocala anner: BELLEVIEW BRIEFS tillers who make a specialty and a study of medicinal whiskies. I
to the language ,
I helping Mr. D. F. Simmons near Cit- :Mrs. L. M. Bishop and children
:: C. 1*. t'arrull of Ocala "is the Florida
ell the world." And Florida is the ra, to grind his sugar cane this week. have returned from a month's visito Special Cor. Ocala Banner: AlTO is the name we have giveu our high-grade corn or rye
whiskey made by the '"Primiti"eIethod: ," and especially recom-
The people of Belleview had the
".., of the world. and Ocala is the Conyers, Ga.
BAY LAKE mended and
prescribed by physicians and specialists for"invalids
"... of the states naiad bowl." Mrs. Lee Evans and infant daughter pleasure of listening to one of the and convalescents.

Mr. Henry Heinemann, the mail Special Cor. Ocala Banner: of Wisconsin are visiting relatives most eloquent discourses ever deliv- r
carrier .*tit M our writing desk one ered in this place on the subject of T
It must be getting near Christmastime
(lay tallt't.-k a bottle of cane juice, here.Mr. prohibition. Rev. C. C. Carroll of Atro Rye Corn
everybody is busy going to or is Express Prepaid .
C. E. Brown visited relativesat
vakb A* \.TS delicious. Many Ocala was the speaker, and was lis- I

tlutax ;L >ou. 1I'.. Heiuemaun. town, no doubt to see Santa Claus. Webster last Sunday.Mr. .ened to with the closest attention bya on Southern Express Lines

W t: It' tatuuttH in the Grahamville Wonder if Santa will bring poor old Irby Duffy of Ocala is helpingMr. fairly good crowd. Why is it that Y

titer ltai&.'tux k in the Pawls Town "Dick" anything. Leavengood build his store. the crowd attending a temperance

a4fttn n i <, Somebody looks awfully Quarts $3.40
akk- t''.< uotrfaftt on the block of his visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. the crowd found at an ice cream i
here of late. Is it because our friend
f.. wiiu nui load of bttcluhot. The P. Rast at this place. supper; or a Christmas entertainment?

two pni<"jlar: lU-er were coming at has left us? I hardly think that is it, Mr. Maples, an orange buyer, wasa Those who were fortunate enough to Shipment assorted as you like ;

Ml p wd toward aim whon he pulled though. visitor her last Thursday. be present went away filled with the

tli*' trifgwr, and the load took ef- Miss Etta Harper of Orange Springswas Mrs. E. L. Stafford and daughter, enthusiasm of temperance. The meet- This whiskey possesses a rare and delicate aroma and an .!i

filet to but b aaliual Mr. Gore points visiting relatives here last week. Miss Mary, visited the Brick City on ing opened with the song, "We're Out exquisite bouquet. It is rich in nourishment and tissue building

vtta pride to these two notches on Mrs. O. S. Tucker of Eureka is visit- Monday.Mr. for Prohibition" to the tune of "Dix- properties, and acceptable to weak and delicate stomachs. :

ate trusty shotgun ing her mother, Mrs. Moore, this Will Jones, agent for the Faber ie." This was followed by prayer. j

The bu..1 of littfc white ribbon week. Pencil Company, arrived here Mon- Rev. A. C. Sirdefield introduced the <;

witt mak "Mi--. Marion" look unus- Mrs. I. D. Matchett was visiting at day, and is occupying his handsome speaker with a few well chosen words. "Ask the Revenue Officer" f

tliaNy lot. .'. the Springs last week. cottage near the lake. Dr. Carroll is well known and every- .>

M HIV aad leave your latchstring Mr. and Mrs. Hary of Eureka were Mr. Osborn of Ozoua was here Mon- one considered it a privilege to listento <$=i'.

M.1t4 oa tae outside and )your here Friday, enjoying the cane grind- day and Tuesday, looking after the his stirring talk. He said he wasn't Every shipment guaranteed to please and satisfy or awocy L.

_.dolt hanginc from the mantel- ing at Mr. Waldron's. orange interest of Mr. Snell. talking for temperance but for prohibition refunded promptly ir

on CkrUinuM eve night. Old Mr. and Mrs. Jno. L. Hewett were Mr. W. T. Kelsey is putting up and recalled the incident of ;

kIta might want to come in and here Sunday visiting their son Mr. J. fruit at Leesburg for Mr. Peter. the man who owned a dog and ordered -

have you oBHthing this Christmas.Carintnuu W. HewetL Father Bottolactio of Ocala is vis- his servant to cut the dog's tail

Merry Christmas! our Miss Jessie Hewett spent Sunday iting friends in Wairsdale.The off. Every day he could hear the dog

bn. are malt glad at your coming. with her friends, Misses Clara and Weirsdale Sunday school will howling and crying and supposed the

are rn... uat.a'r, J this Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Matchett attended I, church on the night of the 24th I into it he found that the man Rose CO. z!

Tt.fis; "-rr beams of lunar trans church Sunday at Orange Springs. inst. was so tender-hearted that he could

turciti oar tiNitinuous woods at night Masters Charlie and Drexie Harp not bear to cut the whole tail off at. "il

heat iit..*t iu-hjuted! garden of the were visitors in our section Saturday. EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AND Mc- once, but was cutting it off a little at Jacksonville, Fla. .

gu4.. an :Inhiui kis.-e away the Mr. and Mrs. George Kinsley spent INTOSHMr. a time so as to not hurt the poor dog _-!

attftttiM-aii' at :ouuriitWelL Old last week at Daisy. so much. This, he likened to the tem- Atlanta
/ol Hiuilei Misses Clara and Donnie Waldron J. L. Wolfenden was recently Ga. Chattanooga Teti
Minn) make our woods perate way of treating the saloon ,

an Kl: >taw! were out horseback riding Sunday af thrown from his buggy and quite bad- question, but said that he believed in I

U wakes no difference who is elect- ternoon. ly hurt. His buggy was turned over making one blow and chopping tb Ii

*>d t rv a i
the B,.&t school house Wednesday evening, and Wolfenden is able to be out now, but other
term our golden nuggets,, words, in having a prohibition Order
tae rati 1:.'s. will taste Just as sweet .on Thursday evening Miss Delia his bruises cause him a good deal of law that would wipe out the whole accursed from nearest point. ;i

.1 th,' > Smith will to her home at Fair- .
\ t \er did. go pain.Mrs. saloon business. This is the

W.k.uk. all the hooting owls in field to spend the Christmas holidays. Collins of South Carolina is only legalized business in the world 't

tlM wwxiH with our dinner horn the We all join in wishing her a merry visiting her sons, Clarence and Ed ,that cannot be run on its merits, or :; ;

day w,' relv the news that Cap- Christmas and a happy New Year. and is so well pleased with the coun- that does not contain one element of 1't.:,.
Ula Nab had been DICK. |try that she expects to spend the winter that is good, that -
elected mayor of I I here. good. It it were not for the vast man is guilty of i ance march. The children ,ltd well ;,
<> ala. I amount of money made by certain criminal negligence who fails to use and .
FOR SALE AT A BARGAINMy Messre. John and Wall Richardson his i reflected much credit on thcr: LT. .
A terry Christmas to all In advase. people there would be no saloon influence or vote to rid the people L.
returned last week to their home in ques- of the nuisance.Much I president Mrs. Shedd. and her .
rilATTEX CHUM. tion. There is
no other
way which \
assistant, Mrs. 0. M. Gale \
SO-acre farm, all under fence: North Carolina. -
money can be made credit is due to the
so easily and Woman's
THE TIRED FEELING No. 1 land; good bujldings; good water Mrs. Lewis from Erwin is visitingher no Christian Temperance ,I It was a splendid gathering and"the
kind of merchandise that Union for I
can be han- their
50 acres under cultivation; 30 daughter, Miss Lynn Lewis i prohibition sentiment is spreading
a. dried by M|>|>man'd Great Hemedy. ; at dled with such an enormous work against this greatest
H Mao cures Neuralgia and Violent acres in pine timber; 1.3 mile from McIntosh. profit as man. enemy of with such rapidity that there is hard

Maatorit, It feeds the nerves, makes new Jacksonville and Tampa Northern Mr. Whitehurst and family will the poisonous stuff that is being ly any doubt left in the minds of our
itTk, Mouil rich and the patient strong. drunk every day by thousands At too close of the
of lecture
well and railroad. For particulars applyto move from McIntosh to Zuber next men the chil- people as to the result of the electionto
If would be happy
you use in our own state.If .
I' I'. .'.. IJppman'8 (treat Remedy. B. S. Quarterman, Fairfield Marion week, where he with his sons will go dren of the anti-cigarette league and be held on January 21, 1905.

s..Iiti by all druggists. 6. county, Fla. 12-20-lm. into the trucking business. any man knows of any institution the loyal temperance legion marched The closing song "Tbe Saloons
that is
arrayed against
everything upon the platform, singing a temper- Must Go," was sung with great en
i thusiasm.





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11 Local and Personal Judge Coyle of the Montezuma Hc The Baptist Bazaar ; TURKEY STUFFED WITH GOLD A Short Sketch of the Convention i in I GOD WE TRUST" t I""IN .

tel went down to Leesburg yesterdayafternojn. The bazaar given by the Young La I! AND PRECIOUS STONES i Ii the Ntrth-Central District I II Takin' God's name off the face ;

Matkkure and Toilet Sets In Silver, dies' Aid Society of the Baptist 1--- The fourth C. E. convention of too I I Of our coin-them words of grace '. ;'

try and : church at the residence of Mrs. Louis 1I I Contents of Its Craw Would Stock aj I 'I Tat have been thro' many a year .-"
Staghorn, at the AnU- lo- six held this fall, In October and November -
..<...My Drugstore. Mr. Clifford Landers has returned \V. Duva: was largely attended, and Country Jewelry Store if j So much comfort and such cheer! !. -
met in the beautiful University .
x home .
from week's visit with his
wa? a most successful affair. There Properly; Prepared j Takin' God's name out of my life 3

Mr.. C. O. Fqi will brother Mr. Otis Landers, at Quincy. .! were offered for sale a variety t of A letter from Denver says that ; City, Gainesville, with the En- After all these years of strife s, -.

spend the beautiful handmade garments, and deavorers of North Gainesville. 1 It Well!-and then his eyes grew dim.
Cbrktms and New Year Mr. Adelbert Moody came up yesterday when the family of Nelson J. Camp-
wI.[ holidays nearly every article was sold. I. was the second annual convention of As he muttered out the rest: '
.,. relative and friends at Waverly, morning from Oklawaha Station I.I {Dell, custodian of the state capitol, i
I An :attractive can.ly! booth had been I Friends, :you tell 'em I'll be blest, if'
AI" north-central tlc district in
to spend a short while in Ocala. '
sat down to their Thanksgiving dinner '
arrange-:. and most delicious: homemade Uncle Samuel says, saye hfO,
j I II the Florida union. .
Mr. and ji candies were sold. Every piece Mr. Campbell announced to the That them words be used to see -,
Mrs. C. E. Nix of Floral i Mr. Edwin Spencer, who attends!
of, and too sale netted The second vice president, Miss Was for him!
was disposed plenty good enough ;
City passed through Ocala Wednesday Stetson University, is back home, to'stay I Ii assembled guests: \.'
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them thirteen dollars and In all the Emma Y. Hughes, who is also
for Kcndrick, their old home.wtwe until after the Christmas bolida's. -, "Now, all of you must prepare to ....
amount made at this bazaar was abour faithful secretary of this district, on Takin' God's name off-di-pen! .'
they will\ spend; the Christmas enjoy this dInner-the turkey stuffing
holWayn.CbrWwaa. I $75, which will be given as a Christmas account of illness could not be present Here's my country full of men "

I The Anti-Monopoly: Drugstore wlli: offering! to the Baptist Orphanage : especially. Incidentally, you may greatly to the regret of "'every 'At I'm tryin' the best I can :

packages candy (Lowh' -I serve frozen plum pudding on :\Ior.I : at Arcadia. It-freshments were name what kind of stuffing you will one.Mrs. To bring to stature of a man, .f

take-gold nugget, silver nugget, amethyst H. W. Bruce of Gainesville t'
I served. With the old injunction borne
*> at the Anti-Monopoly Drug- day, Tuesday and Wednesday. x

4 _tOfli"-l, 2, 3 and 5 pound pack- : Mrs Duval! was charmingly assisted moonstone-just name the wan president and Miss Percie Fulksof In upon 'em night and morn, ; I\,

..... I Mr. John Pelot went up to Gain>- b> Quite a coterie of young women kind you want and it will be dished Lake City served as secretary, both] 'At we can't do nothin' at all- ;

aMr j ville today to be present at a hi:? K. Ai and they did everything to make the out to you. It is not often you have doing good service. 'At we can't keep growin' great, ; ,

Otto nutterwick of Drooksville i banquet at the University of Florid:. afternoon a pleasant one for their an opportunity to sit down to a Two state officers, President Win- Masterin' time an' conquerin' fate, .?

who tonight. guest Thanksgiving turkey which is stuffed nard and Secretary Grace A. Townsend Buildin' on foundations strong i
came up to Ocala to take 1I0wnIbto
with gold and silver and precious were on hand and the former had As the teemin' throng
t...Uniony in a murder returned ages i
case T'i,' Brick: Paving:: Begun stones." something to do in nearly every ses
home Wednesday afternoon Miss Jean Austin is at home rro- | Lest upon His name: we call! t f ,

as the Washington Seminary :n At'ani.1! ; 7': :> i' 'b! -'nd CciKpany! has begun in the craw of the turkey were sion. He conducted two schools of : .
the case was I
t I ito spend the Christmas holidays: vV; .: on !if brick paving contract, and in found the following valuables: Four methods, committee meetings illustrated Takin' God's name off-see here! '

v-.iHc; OcalTS principal bu:- gold nuggets, assaying $60,000 a ton and business meetings illus ..
)Irs. [Hardy C. Croom and little her mother and grandmother. r : .t! ; Washington, who had no peer, : ?

n 'i (. r- Avl:!l bo paved with first three silver nuggets, assaying a value trated. There were also two helpful Trusted Him Lincoln too
; ; .
on., Hardy, returned to Ocala Wt.liKmlay ,
t1 afternoon and will spend the I Mr. Dick Russell of Zolfo, in DrC- ; ..... ,. :trr.: ,:>'i brio! !:-brick that will of $4000 to the ton; one open parliaments on practical C. E. All my children, Gray and Blue;

1 f'hrUrma holidays with her brochc- I''to county, who is engage' in th.* :E .. t1 .. r r".Irr.iat': : of the city ralue not known; twelve amethyst'l work, led by President Winnard. j, All my stalwart sons of time

t cantile business in that place. i' a'"' cc-tnel!. value not known; one Thursday evening the North Gainesville Trusted Him and the chime a
an yS.'er! Judge Joseph and Mis: rung
DJ i i'y IWU. itor to Ocala and Marion county : :: :a"" "_ ;n .eraknc I in ton, three shoelace tips, three halvesof Juniors bad a nice flag drill and On their lips of prayer and praise- I

week. a'r.: :,: nte;::.:ma. It first put marbles, particles of twine and a sang sweetly during the exercises. After Mighty are we in His hand

Ait Mr*. J. W. Ward Jr., of Floral City; ----- :c.:':: "- : '.-:.less: of '-an-! four inches i ii in point of a knife blade. their close President Winnard Buildin' manhood in the land; ;

was In Ocala yesterday and went up; Mrs, Whiifi:>ld and airs Julia "T' .'t f .' ; '.. :.i i: -tc: :. rolled and the brick Mr. Campbell was offered $50 cash gave the children a talk, explaining; Truth and freedom for our star,

t 1.. to Jacksonville on the noon train, field of Largo who have b- ring -.\ r., :' -. V.. :::::rstand, that the for the output of the turkey's git the question, "how is a watch like the There he was, an' here we arelagnifyin' _
.r- her Mrs. Julia Palmer ani! Mr-. \:. ', "ve -:.' : ?vv; '.l! tbrick! : will bt- ard but refused it. This bird was Juniors?" all His .
where she will meet: daughter, ways.
alias Hertto Ward, who attends col- Alsopp, returned horn W'.-inesdr.:' ". ":! ;, ..i'; :: ce;nrnt and we hope bought from a commission company; In the true sense of the word, every; ,

l.-at' at Gainesville, Ga. ternoon. that ii ..vi'.i: sake: a faultk-ss cavemen for 150. Mr. Campbell discovered i it devotional service brought the spirit Takin' God's name off my gold
was shipped to Denver from ESI Paso ual help it should. Friday morning, Blottin' out them words I hold

'fIrs.: C. E. Herrick and daughter, Perfumery and Toilet articles .:i"r ". *i.: (.11 of Philadelphia ho. 1 Tex. The commission firm that han November 8, in the chilly morning air: Dearer than my children's life,

: able for holiday giftr.! endless v. *'. f'r -:?ratir of Florida stra dIed tho turkey shipments from E! twenty Endeavorers assembled at the
Kuttlre Amy and Mrs. Jones, of Crystal Sacrificed for me in strife'S -
rieties, at the Anti-Monopoly: I>> '! i>pr5"p! lat vre'They; came from t": ->
Paso through its has secured sunrise This
River, were noted among the+ : shipper, prayer meeting. was if we'd grown too big to care,

Christmas shoppers in Ocala Wednesday store. x I Plant City; S' clion and sold for $1 iI a lease on th<> mineral lands on which conducted by Rev. M. C. Richards of Whether He was watchin' there,

and they made a large number I I cart Several refrigerators were r *- the turkey grazed and will at once Mason, Fla., pastor and president of Whether He was markin' time
Mr. Sheridan and family are ocr ''ceived
tlivoek, which oth'7c. :
of urchaaE'8. : take out a mineral patent under the the new and only known Lutheran so To our march across the years-
pying! one of Mr. RhchiaiifirV: cv.tf--? 1 at Tb?: terries wore of very fr:
mining laws of the United States. ciety in Florida. Mr. Richards bad for Filled with roses and with tears-
es: on the Tyler lot. Mr. Sheridan color and of good quality.: This hoi "
his theme "Soul in broad
will Saving, the
The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore Tending, guarding: us like sheepOn 2
connected with the Wobdraar SI\ also ha had heavy receipts this wryof Some Big Georgia Potatoes
Monday sense of the term, which includes

serer frozen plum pudding the hills of toil and sleep
Stone .'
and Company.Mr.
Florida lettuce and tomatoes, \
Tuesday and Wednesday. x The Moultrie Observer and Tifton helpfulness to all mankind in encour With His fatherhood sublime!

which it makes a. specialty. aging all to become like
J. II. :Miley:\ o! Maple: Citru.-:: : Gazette are still engaged in writing
merchant Lord Jesus Christ would have themto -
Mr.iJ. C. Pillans, postmaster county, was in the city W"rnc-: !-"'. WI' has n vry pleasant call We '- about sweet potatoes, turnips, etc., Takin' God's name off you say?
of Electra was into be.
ind farmer and while here handed us a round ncsday afternoon from Mrs. M. 15. grown in their respective counties and No more trust in God today?
He was in :Mrs. F. P. Henderson of Gainesvillewas
Wednesday. '
sey us lar for the privilege of rea,lir..r \Va<'?hbnm o' Belleview. She is taking we are not disposed to "butt into" the No more reverence for Ills name
the regular jury pan leader in an old fashioned "ex
Ocala as one !.
Banner for the next twemonti.! : great interest in the "wet" and Since we've filled our hearts with
el. lie Is one of the leading citizens, discussion, but we cannot refrain perience meeting," in which everyone
"dry" election and says that B lle-
of bit section. South Fourth street, between 0'-1 view had another excellent temperance from mentioning a small sweet potato present testified as to what blessingshad Of the mighty power and strength

ange avenue and Watula street is to 1 1I I rally! Tuesday night. The men that was brought to the Times office come into their lives through (Of a national, length to length?

Mrs.. J. B. Cutler of Gainesville, a be the property owners on either Bradford of Lake Christian Endeavor.
paved and good women of that excellent by Mr. Frank Well you tell 'em, good an' strong,
citizen of Ocala is spending a "The Power of Love" was an able
former one-third respectivelyand ,
side paying community will use their best endeavors Park this morning.It As for Uncle Sam, he thinksThey've
in Ocala, the guest of Dr. paper read by Mrs. Bruce, for an absent
few days the city paying one-third. around that
a peck
was larger been
i to roll up a majority for the cutting up high-
i and Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith. She I II "drys. measure and was thicker through friend, Mrs. Fred C. Powell of jinks, .

has a great many friends in Ocala Mr. John Pasteur of Stanton was rpTuesday :i than a peck measure is deep. It Floral City.A They've been turning in their t

s i who are always glad to see her. interviewing Santa Clars. Mr. Charles Rheinauer is honing an weighed twenty-three and a half reception came Thursday evening path, sIn

He purchased the Christmas goods addition built to the cottage on the pounds and it took a string forty and I I and included a delicious lunch and a way to stir his wrath

;= Mr. Hendon and family have removed for his store on the lake, .vaieb he? snow : I Tyler lot in the second ward. He wil! a quarter inches long to reach aroundit. sociabb time for everyone.Mrs. An', by all the gods, they're wrong!
Hotel into Mr. I' :: F. P. Henderson temperance
from the Montezuma successfululy conducting. spoke on
so 'Imt water and electric lights in the .

John D. Robertson's new house on houses will build new fences, sidewalks If anybody raises one larger thanit which important topic wasa You just tell 'em I trust God!
Mr. Hendon is then S. Petteway was in the city part of convention
Ok' waha avenue. George etc.. and will very soon lril'' is, it will take a stump-puller to get every programthis : Every bloomin' field and clod

.>( manager of the Hunter Drug yesterday from Ocala. He stated tfcntthe another cottn;o on the southeast (err it_ out of the ground and a block and fall. Of this land of mine is fraught

Company, and he has a very interesting Crick City was booming anis ner of tb lot. and later on will pro!'- tackle to get it loaded on a wagon.- President Winnard had for his special With the wonders lIe has wroughtNot -

looking forward to getting its share address Friday evening, "Past, i
family. I this Valdosta Times.
jably build :another cottage on with my poor statesmanship,
I I. 1 of the tourist business this r2cou. j ><, Present and Future of Christian En
I block. Ann of power and grace of lip!
Perfumery and Toilet articles, suitable rl" es-Union. Justice Harlan, the ManSeventyfour deavor." He also led the closing consecration Tell 'em. sonny with true vim,

c in endless varieties I .. of old six feet two service that evening.
for holiday gifts Mr. I>ati \ Inglis Bfraung- years Uncle Sam is trusting still,
at the Anti- IonoPtly Drug Christmas packages candy t>:aiVa: i h i in the city on a visit to in his stockings.A Three times a day delegates and With his bean an' soul, an' will-

store. x ney's) at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore ,.i.- par rinIav"Yfr.; and Mrs. J K firm believer in the Bible and the their entertainers dined together royally Not in his own growth and might,

-1, 2, :3; and 5 pound p? k- I :.:\ngsron.: :\1InJis is a nsoaibTof constitution of the United States; a in tb convention meeting house Conquerin' sword and tongue ol

Ca.t. W. I- Ditto, with Mr. Frank ages. x I the Copeand-Insis! Brick Company; Presbyterian in religion.A at North Gainesville. We never knewa light-

\\'. Ditto, will spend the Christmas of Birmingham. who are furnis ti;. devotee of golf as a mode of exercise more sociable "getting acquainted" But in God; just trustin HimBaltimore!
Mrs. Thomas Bright are
W. Mr. and
with :Mrs.:
holidays in Jacksonville the brick to the Fitzgerald Comj any convention than this one. Son.
House where tho\ w
Arms ,
at the
I... Ditto, and Mr. and :Mrs.: Raiford now months. The for the paving of our streets, and he Born Kentucky, studied law, Several greetings were received:
citi- bo for several
Ditto. The captain is a splendid wil to i is her' hi ib* interest of his firm. practiced before reaching his majority and sent out from the convention.New A long farewell to lunches
wishing friends of Mr. Bright are sorry
his Ocala friends are and entered public life at twenty- officers are: President, Rev. M.
t *n and that he is not in very goo,! I And to creme de menthe and punches.
Christmas and happy: learn I Major Dapray-on Drainage C. Richards; secretary, Miss Emma Y.
him a merry health, and trust that his winter in two.Caused Says the man in Alabama with a

New Year. Florida will prove of great benefit to :Major:\ Dapray, T:. S. N., on duty the nomination of Hayesfor Hughes; treasurer Miss Percie Fulks, wail; 1

has been with the national guard of Florida, president by switching the Kentucky and Junior superintendent, Mrs. Hen No more the ice will wait us
George :MacKay: who Mm. for him in the derson.
Mrs. : delegation convention
In the cold refrigerators,
Florida at the
months and who represented
two I
i In Allb'ra for the past Conductor Williams of the Dunnel- of 1876.Appointed GRACE A. TOWNSEND. And the corkscrew bangs:: arustingon
afternoon. meeting of the national drainage congress
Wednesday Interlachen, December 9, 1907.
retVJ1i.d borne her Ion "short," sent down another nice to the supreme court the nail.

+ She 4,4cs, accompanied home by for the hospital recently held at Baltimore, delivered soon after Hayes' nomination.-Wasb-
fish yesterday
1 :'olacKay, who string of The Apalachicola Times On Our Pretty
Miss Bessie an address before that congress Herald. !I
)H daughter. Sem- patients, or such of them as are ington THE FARMER
Washington Girls, Climate and Other
at the ; on drainage, at whicb time he Things
i 't 1 I. a student home convalescent sufficiently to enjoy this o" There is a farmer who is yy
t at
and who will remain touched upon draining: the EvergladesThe PRIEST FAMILY WANTED These bewitching red-haired gulf
.J [nary, delicious dish. Conductor Williamsis Enough to take his ee,
the New Year. Baltimore Sun, of recent date, coast girls are beauties.
1, ; until after constantly putting the hospital un- And study nature with his ii,
If the girl is willing to take the risk
contained the following regarding the Information Requested by Relativesof I ,
cTeditor of the der obligations to him for remem- the Floridian And think of what he cc.He .
I) nev" Frederick major: Gilbert Priest should be satisfied not
Live I hears the chatter of the
brances. JJ,
Florida Christian Advocate "Major J. A. Dapray, U. S. A., on The following request for information to do any of the worrying.

i Oak, pied! through Ocala yesterday Harrell one of the prosperous duty with the national! guard of Florida has been received from Dr. Joseph Apalachicola was born in 1531, yet As they each other tt
:Mr.: A. J.
1, Methodist con- And sees that when a tree dkfe
on bill way from the of the Oklawaha and a delegate from that stateto Y. Porter, state health officer of her dimples are as prominent-well,
was farmers It makes home for bb.
3 I..rent' at Tampa. 'olr. Pasco was in to see us Wednesday. the congress, discussed drainage Florida, and any person knowing of I as those of a pretty Florida girl at
been: neighborhood A of he will
and has yoke oxen ua,
that body, of view the mentioned should communicate b>r first frolic.Pensacola .
secretary or is juryman for the from a military point emphasizing family
He a
; With haws and
years many gg,
ItA secretary for nearly twenty edieonttnuoualy. but has not yet had to serve the fact that he spoke only as with Dr. Porter, care of the I buried a negress last
week, And their mistakes he will
reelected xqqWhen
lit' was Ion Mr. Ilarrell has been a an individual. He directed attention state board of health, Key West, Fla.: I week whom they claimed to be 115
for his .
associate state i I years of age. Really, there is no tell- plowing FPHe
of thE'd'ocate.'! this for more to two points-the possible effect that "I am asked by an
tor of
reader paper
:: regular [ buys little, but much he sells,
to the the reclamation of coast marshes board of Health to obtain sucb information I in? to what age people will grow on W
and belongs
in Silver thirty years,
Toilet Sets than I And therefore little oo;
Manicure and will might have on the national schemefor as I can about a family named I the West Coast.
:Monopoly :\ This go
Anti- of Honor. paper
at the Legion And when he hoes his soil by spellsHe
t Ebony aud Staghorn x for another year, and we hope coast defense, now well under way Priest. A Gilbert Priest came south I Orlando, Florida, has a "Veritable

,:'\, Drugstore.Mr. to him to come. and the advantages that might result from' New Engalnd in 1807 or 1SOS, I Garden of the Gods," if the South also soils his hose.
for many years Macon Ga. .
( ) Telegraph.A
Copeland, from drainage of the Everglades of and located subsequently in Florida. Florida Sentinel is to be relied upon.
B. .\. tnglh of Company ofhlrmingham. :Mr.:\ C. C. Carlton of Plant City, formerly Florida with the idea of making that His relatives in New England are anxious I Nothing to compare to the Garden of _
Brick in i
'tr'i I single page one ; J'Ii
Inglis Shale in Ocala: of this county, is registered at i state a military base in time of war. to learn whether any of this pio Eden: located at Apalachicola, we are
has been .1' Chicago News costs l,14l.5o, > >
rev Ocala House. He has spent the :Major: Dapray praised the army for neer's descendants are still living in sure.-Apalachicola: Times.
the 'Ii
; the
two, and New York American, $980; m i
for a clay or of brick for I summer and autumn in Colorado:: I the work it has done as an economic Florida. May I ask as a favor that
sample carload Automobile Speed RecordsAt New York Herald. $G98; in Collier'sWeekly
C'Plrf'd a come after the great cantaloupecrop factor in the development of the you publish this inquiry that shouldit
f and if I the same Weybridge, England December J1COO; in too Saturday Evening -
pavlpg purposes understand of that state. He says that there country, and paid high tribute to the come under the eye of any of this
requirements we 10, on the cup-shaped track where Mr. Post, $1800; in the Delineator
up fv the Fitzgerald will be a large acreage planted next corps of engineers. The army, he said, gentleman's; relatives now living in
btM $1800 in the Woman's Home Companion
Edge; made his 24-hour record, a 60jh.p. ;
will lit' purchased will put in would of improvement Florida they communicate with ,
of those and that Tennessee never stand in the way may
for the paving year, i motor was run 50 miles in:9:: $1800; in the Youth's Companion -
Company contract times more than last year. lie ; but he urged that before me. Very gratefully, '
it bas under five minutes, 10 seconds This record, $2400:! ; in the Ladies' Home
streets which better prices "JOSEPH Y. PORTER, I
good to that Florida obtained the proposition of drainage was made
look says; Ou. advertising columns
The brick made by Clifford-Earp, is said to beat Journal, $4000.
for the elty. state last and definite that the "State Health Officer.
of iron than any other year a law war department
be made partly all previous records. On the same while we believe will :bring results
UI and seem to meet fruit In beauty and flavor measured should at least be conferred
too brick will her be John Stockton bas day a distance of 150 miles was madein hold out. no such plutocratic
If reports
dust. We hope best. Mr. Carlton -
i to the very with in order that the advice and services
and i that the paving up thrown his "mustard bottle" one hour, 58 minutes, 3 seconds.He prices. Try a page and we shall only
all requirements Bros. of New away
represents Olivet of military engineers be secured.
be, begun at onca [ also broke the world's one-hour charge you pennies where these other -
the streets will and "pepper box" for a pair of sugar .

f01 are anxious to see the work need-completed York City.1ANNER. Christmas goods at Fishers 5 and tongs and a syrup pitcher. Will John record, running at that time 76 miles, publications charge: their patrons

because it Is greatly ADS MIN8 RESULTS. 10-cent store. know how to use them? 1359 feet full grown dollars.


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Says Roosevelt Sees His Popularity Slipping Away From Him Democtatic Opportunity '

Knocking at the Door, if Not Frightened Away by Imbecility and Poor Politics. i

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dreamed of making. Know( rctlt..racld

In another column we reprint from' of the: Sl Nicholas society, at the : to see that there are them actually is an amazingly two-I ing haps nothing not whatsoever of law or business Just scratch a match-light ooccc.p o cxwa

dinner of the Minnesota society night Roosevelts. One of handicapped by too much versatility the Perfection Oil Heater-
the New York Sun a most extraordi resourceful, calculating politician -
before last, the usual toast to the I too much energy, too much shivering Wherever -
editorial, which describes President over-accurate, or over-scru I and stop
', nary : not much
president of the United States was ambition, too much vanity, too I that'shard
clearly room
seeing a
Roosevelt as a conscienceless drunk in studied and significant silence -! pulous or over-truthful, with hot southern blood rac'ing you
and egotism, the fur
t. and reckless demagogue and, not for while any mention of Governor I what heish.s to accomplish through Us veins, indiscriminate; to heat-that
evoked still more significant not over-nice in the means he employs and destroyed 1 doesn't reach-thereyou'll ,
the first time, says that his mind is Hughes applause turned his head nace

unhinged.The applause.The to reach his ends. his discretion. lie found that his : need aEquipped

World has criticised Mr. Roose- The other Roosevelt shares Lin denunciations and his popularity were I

president's assailant in this velt freely, and will continue to criti coin's mastering desire to serve the weapons with which be could coerce j PERFECTION Oil Heater
case is not an irresponsible yellow people and leave a name that will and make judges tremble on i: i
cise him whenever he deserves it. congress .
gutter sheet written by American history of law :,
Journal a shine forever in >nch.'h'n due process
!hlC! )J( with Smokeless Device) ,
He has in our conviction committed (
men of no ability or learning. On This is the Theodore Roosevelt who became too slow to suit his haste h4 I J
the contrary, the Sun's editorial page many mistakes in his clamor for rev- : has grappled with trusts and corpora- ( orgot Loth the dignity and duty of,'' Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons. Its genial M

is made by moft cultivated, experienced olutionary legislation, for a bigger I lions, terrorized cowardly Wall Street, his great office and proceeded to' I glowing heat makes any room cheerful and cozy. No sr.1oke- &

I writers. Its in his constant smashed the mean money power, and,, nation by roughridingctulnp | no sneil-smokeless device prevents. Brass :
able, intellectual navy; for a bigger army; I govern the t tI
and Root, holds 4 cf oil burning 9 hours. Fin-
Bacon harmony i } font quails;
constituents are business men lawyers talk of war-war; in his appeal but for speeches turn u in :
doctors, men of letters profes- has almost broken the shameful alliance I' with the shouting of The :>iob. in japan and nickel Every heater warranted.
to the jingo spirit, to populistic pas- plutocracyand ; II'II'ished
sional men of all classes, who repre- between predatory ; In the end the whulo country. was.woiK'd Gives restful
hatred. No president Fnitel T1 Ra7/os a ,
sions and class the -
sent the educated of the community.The I the sovermvent of I: 1 (1.into a ".+r econo;i W hy'tt.ns ->- | :} ,. Lamp steady,soft light

Sun itself said of Mr. Roosevelt I before him, not even Andrew Johnson i States. I' ; ant i; ; i.' stilt! co..!itn iiov.." workers and
I which is much appreciated by
became president: has used such Intemperate, intol- : Roosevelt that a;), 'al \\ii! song tin! : co'itiniu : so
i the day after h< This is the ; : ;;a:'rag, and 10'-! students. M.de of brass, nickel plated with the
f "He is the most sterling embodiment erant, violent speech. No president :so effectively to the i Imagination; &f to pny ti'! HI n.i'ty!' IL'riuf. i, latest improved central draft burner. Every !larrp
him has appealed so much to
of coateinporary Americanism; is of before I the masses. lind is not r.'ilinjed. -
i Mr.: Hoo ('\siis : t warranted. Write nearest for descriptive 7
t our agency
spotless honor and unconquerable fi- the passionate feeling rather than the i with the Sun. The Very far from it ind.' ' We do not agree i circular if dealer cannot supplythe
t dility to the loftiest" and sternest dispassionate reason of the masses.in two Roosevelts must be considered to not fuuctus onk!_'\ as the Sun pro : I' Perfecticn Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp.
l He has shown strange judgment
Ideals of public duty. undergoing the humiliating '
I opinion the president i claims. He is now
In such circumstances its studiously carrying out his corporation policies, gether.started right.In our In his Labor Day ; ordeal of retracing hi-> steps ;i' I 11 1 _._....,.. ........, Standard(Incorporated Oil Company)

: shocking and ft-nbive attack upon using the pickaxe where the delicate the Sun I is weakened his power .
which ; "
Minneapolis His popularity 2i'.1
in ;:;;1! .r..T5i#
speech ; '-'''
JJr. Roosevelt deserves serious con- knife of the trained surgeon was imperatively k :L"::, ,,,,",:-' -
before But he is "
so often denounces, a few days is shaken. power- 1
k sideration. It is a sign of the times. needed; but there never t Mr. McKinley's assassination we ,I ful and popular enough to be abso '' hi -.--.-..-- -- --
For what the Sun says openly and was a president in the White House !: .
thousands of the cultivated who was a shrewder politician whose believe he was right in demandingthe i lutely certain of re-election for another i : .:...:-:. : -:_: ;?: : -=: : ':!. :r'JI'fI!''' -r.; <:!'...'!' '!'f":' r.aLThllllLINERY
publicly restraint of crimes of cunning- I term if democratic imbecility r rI'
classes are unquestionably mind was less unhinged or more capable
( and property-owning that is, the reform of corporation should again divide the opposition bn;r
saying privately. This of withstanding any tension, 4
abuses. His first message was admirable I' presenting Mr. Bryan as his oppou-h5:
we know. In their opinion privately strain or burden to which it might be $
in tone and be spoke temper- ent. .
and His physical, mental, ner- ,
the stock subjected.
not only on
expressed I ately. He began his great work of More than this, the World ventures I tj
in all the temperamental strength is lit- I -- nmss .
other exchanges, but beard vous \ -__- ---__. r ooh
reform well, but as he proceeded pub- the prediction that, in the dilemma -- -
clubs and at social meetings and dinners tle less than marvelous. If Mr. .I !
Sir. Roosevelt has been transformed Roosevelt's mind is unhinged, Cromwell -''lic applause spurred him on until caution between Roosevelt and Bryan theij'1- is well known in this section: this store has
and restraint were thrown to the Sun, as well as its readers, and certainly -!;|
into a dangerous:; demagogueand was a chattering imbecile and !14'' As
winds. tens of thousands of the read-
carried the stock of Millinery
the republic is at the mercy of I Napoleon died from the effects of pa- "" always largest
Whirled along by adulation, he was ers of the World. would prefer Mr. jRoosevelr's j-:
resis. I
mental delusions.
his I his original "unhinged mind" thet;! and this is
For instance at the banquet of the The president's unreasoning admirers -;encouraged to go far beyond as i" in Ocala, year's supply by
I he had lesser evil.-New York World. 1
refuse words and at a pace per- [ \
chamber of commerce. at the dinnner: and unreasoning opponents __
far the finest we have ever had. When looking
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facts recently
and have
OUTSIDE PLASTER ON we I 1 for fall headwear the ladies will stand in
HOUSESA -W.OOD-EN-\\gathered, so perhops it is well to re-; per under the boards, next to the stud- the wood at any point. Keep it out I::

peat. .:. ] ding. This adds warmth and slightly j 1-2 inch. There are various means of [fl. their own light if they fail to inspect our
doing this; we use screws 3-4 inchedlong :
reader in Kansas writes: Outside plaster is best put on with increases the cost. The wire nettingis I

"I wish to build a house, using metal laths. These should be galvan hung on as wall paper is hung, in putting them under the wire!.f'", line. Lady clerks in attendance will take '... .
where needed and the wire in the slot ; ,
stretched little the long j
wood for the framework, but would ized. Woven wire poultry netting strips very
the in the screw, tapping in a little way I pleasure in showing these goods
much possible i
| and as
and is as
like to know If it is practicable to cover -\' seems as good as anything, everywhere way

it with cement plaster. How can available, and is the cheapest other way, so that it is quite tight \I and putting a staple there. This is _Ar..'-.-___......d1. .Vi ...,.'-=:...-.>
cl:eaplv and rapidly done. -
when stapled. Use large staples, the
tate be done? What will make the material for lathing. The wooden fI -
: sort made for field fencing and plen- Now for the mortar. The cheapest;;Land I ,
cem.'nt adhere to the wood? wall should be well nailed and built I J. r'T
'I of them, they hold the weight easiest put on is made from good'f fl. : .
1 )?eve many times told how to put of seasoned lumber. It may be of the ty ofI I I ', I \t (
outride plaster. However, many i cheapest boards planed or rou h, I the plaster. Galvanized staples would '! lime and sand. It is nearly as good ]; vas .,
cm i cement and far better than cement!!r ri { SOUTH SIDE COURT HOUSE OCAL'A, i
be best.
readers are being horn every hour, matched or unmatched. For a dwell- I I !

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THIS IS A CHECK ON ; THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE: i iSANTACLAUSBANK Mi troublesome: it needs wetting everyday i

SANTA CLAUS BAN SANTA CLAUS BANK also. Cement plaster is more lia- ,
a aZ COW D :s j O.! A.GE
v ---- i iII' and ble to sand.crack than plaster from lime .

: -... H >WI i ico !I Slate the lime a week or more be !I

-> 1 1WQ Make the first coat much like plasterfor
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'a wS :inside work; use hair. Put on the -

O i brown coat a little poorer in lime thanis I :

.J 11. ; m 1z I' usual for inside work. Both coats I IA Tt

u a 0 1 i'; 0' )i) ,r h C 1 1Q AS' iriDel) / .01; Z o :c p6n M f io with on a the wooden sam* day float., and the the first finish coat is !:I Y

-1-: 1 D :Barely hides the wire; tht next l leavesit ,

( Z 1 .. -. ....-....-...-d---.--. -.---- -sra .IFtAr z imbed+leci' midway in the thickness! We beg to announce to the public that :n
Ri of the mast _>r. Hence it ea"not ('rark i
j t-i .
.or cun J' off. Par so put on IsVi I'
i.' ." ry cheap :and at tbe tame time beau-'' we are ready to cure meats. We solicit your A

: .if'.il and durable. It should endure I II

W ; fl 0 A -1 i I for 100 years, and get harder every I patronage and guarantee satisfaction*

: uiristnia IS Co.: vear. It needs no painting or repairs

a z I I as wood does. I
o :> a Old farm houses given a coat of outside -

plaster are made doubly warm
; < ''oming in a hurry, too. Don't put off your Christmas shopping until 0 and comfortable. Many houses are MEFFERT & TAYLOROCALA

x d the last minute and suffer the inconvenience of crowds. You can take r :zo m now being plastered hereabouts andit

u your time ahout it now and get just what presents you want. Later some c ot 1 is a common practice in the east.A FLORIDAJohn

< d of the nicest things will be gone. COD :' neighbor who plastered a large ,

This is chuck with D zz farm house last summer told me thatit
store up Christmas Goods, sensible and service-
cost him just $110 he hiring -- -
a able. It takes all kinds of goods to meet the demands of gift giving, and z i thing. lie is in the hardware every and -

t-9 we are here to please the people. We are especially going to take care (T1I paint business, and estimates to have : : M. Graham W. D. Graham

of the little farmer lassies this year, and have prepared a great Christmas painted it two coats would have cost I GRAMJUYI ,,'

surprise for them. Never was a girl in the world who did not love dolls, just about the same. Now, it is painted -I: ; BItCr-fHERS.

I w:0: we have bought a great big lot of the prettiest dolls on the market to (J) -I for his lifetime. Vines and creepers Marion '
:Y adhere nicely to County Abstract
rough plaster,
> I; Company.
z'c away with these ads. These are 50-cent dolls, and are handsome I.Z co! and add beauty at no cost. I !,

o : enough to set the little! folks shouting, Bring thi advertisement with you =4 =N The only failures we have seen inputting 'I Fire Insurance

'" any day this month and buy two dollars' worth of goods and you can exchange I > > !! on outside plaster with poul- ; i I

..0 ;:) this ad for one of these dolls. No two ads will be cashed for any o none try netting have occurred from one on City Property. ","'* Farris) ant Forn) Lands for Sole ,

; person. You must bring this or you can not get the doll. No devia :rim\ of two causes. Sometimes the wireis I 5 ( I Q vestments t; .
not well stapled on and the wetplaster I .
10 u tion will be made for any reason whatever. Parties who do not want the I c oV ; NO. MAGNOLIA ST.
Xm down. Two :
) sags cases failed OCALA. :"LORJD.\ !
: 4 dolls can have the other gifts as: heretofore. Santa Claus is expecting you o H because cement was mixed with the :if. -t
a-- _
I1 at the store that is always right. :> z i lime mortar. Small portions of cement _40__ _
*- Z in plaster made from lime II I se"' e'HOOOeesea'as ""o .K'a
1 1I. t.! may 0 daaao
; % <: :=: .
I We sole and n]I; destroy it, though with some limes
for Shoes women.
are agents the White House men

,i i t Buster Brown Shoes for boys and girls. ( -1'!i ifi 'j=I I no pr E. injury Wing else make, is in done.Breeders'it all. Leave. of Gazette.cement.-Jos.cement out, I I Adding ew Accounts i 1fi

ZY t > 1''i I Brother: Jordan of the Punta Gorda I i 4F

FZ.eat 1 .... 1zI ,, I Herald abandoned "fish stories" longenough \I 1 We are constantly adding new ac- i
; to write the "authoritative"
r o (0 I |'\ paragraph regarding rattlesnakes -- 2. counts, and our business is increasing at :

it i 1 THE GLOBE 'H I Tribune is: "Tbe informed inquisitive that the Tampa rattlesnake t a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also A

of the Dade County Democrat,
(0 might be glad to .
Q I which was a little more than six feet join us. # ?
(1) mO.I
'in circumference, was a little over
I "Z > 21.
1 Ocala Florida"IF thirty-six feet in length, as the lengthof

: IT'S A GOOD THIXG WK HAVE IT.' I x m a rattlesnake Is usually about six aI
times i
t its largest circumference. But COMMERCIAL BANK
I that particular snake must have been

T.llS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE THIS IS A CHECK ON THE a boa constrictor or anaconda witha ,

SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK SANTA CLAUS BANK festoon of gopher shells on Its tail." OCALA, FL0.
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FLORIDA I ,ras; on his deathbed. Again in December I Roland; West Madison circuit. U. F .

1 ,91;, he presided over our 'FlecherYood"ille; H. B. Fletcher I 41

Di.atcl"" .f the Pruchera-Sketth session in Tallahassee, in placefllslnp of j supply; missionary Cuba, W. G. CLOTHING D EP ARTMENTI :

fll"' ". : Fitzgerald, who was too ill Fletcher.

aUUttka-.t to come. Orlando DistrictS.
Muting of j
C0"f reiv'e It Miami Bishop Galloway is most popular asa W. Lawler, presiding elder.

Tie Iikwki.. tIU"'Ung lecturer and preacher, and is always Orlando, J. B. Mitchell; Plant City OF THE .

S ... P1'41' item ofSanaa in demand though his recent ill- Olin D06'gesslaitland; mission, J.

Ctwieresm? are clipp('! tress has compelled him to husband W. Austin; Apopka and mission, C. A "
.... .a.. ,.. his
... Iheatac News: I strength and do little outside of Saunders one to be supplied.
T... ....h:.... u' his regular duties. IT
the city Merr sup- Kissimmee A. D. Woodward; Ga t w3I B. Masters n

it,1Mt l twi )' by'nMHy ': Bishop Galloway visited and addressed loway mission, J. H. Owen; BartowXV. i Company :
rWUrg M thOdMt. rtlulsters and good } a convention of Congregational I A. Myers; Lakeland, J. R. Cason: i

ttMtarllrh*. Rflwted t1e misilten I churches at Cleveland, 0., i in Mulberry circuit H. P. Blocker; FotMeade "

at ever) ........Ia. October. Justice Brewer was on the and Homeland F. Piston: WE HAVE A COMPLETE/\ LINE! Of SUITS FOR MEN t
Ny platform
s. PMt .
; .... .. WM mud to It!! and spoke the same after Boowling Green J. R. Crandall; Arcadia

wrtt.t by tbn immeue noon. Bishop Galloway's address was C. W. White; Xocatee circuit, F. \

.<.. ifcM aiatubliid receivedUta much enthusiasm. Justice \ C. Eads Fort J. Dears Alva
to bear the el- : ; Myers, ; -
......t -'am by Blabop Brewer grasped his hand when J. T. Mitchell; Arcadia mission G. The Feclfteimer & Fishel "EFF- I \

T%' > ntf. at the Hyde i GaUo'\3Y'1| he was done and exclaimed: "Almost S. Henderson; Punta Gorda and Charlotte EFF" Make--Latest Styles and \ '

oppd l .( .;:11i with a towe.f4lt. eot thou perbuadest me to be a Southern Harbor, E. C. Hudson; Winter .

U4lI t h> Rr>. I' W lam... This Methodist. Haven mission T. E. York, supply. Fashions. Also big assortment

( ft>.\ ? I.. ,.-fIc-.- *aMinifipat<.(1 in j jt. j Miami Next Year Everglade mission, W. H. G. Slay It

.) s IVfiiHr .if !intnUUTt and la..ni-n When the selection of a place for maker; Wauchula] mission. E. J. Hal : in Suits for boys and young
th..ltlltJr.'h..a.[" l.r".d\.1 at I 1'! a : !Molding the next, session' the con- dee; Pierce mission, to be supplied:

'runl 1\. ,' Juhn :.: :6s :1'1 !'renee came up Rev. J. B. Ley plat Fort Myers mission, H. P. Boyd, sup: t G : men, odd Pants for men and .y j

.. $ .p.s """'OR -d Jacksonville in nomination, Ret ply. -Y t

: I ',u. of the nut iu '-. I n. Lowe presented The claims of Gainesville District ;. ,' ;,: boys, also Knickerbockers We

i .Miami, and Rev. J. R. Cason nominat- F. R. Bridges, presiding eld] ,T. '
: UKM<-'hnI ; r & have Overcoats and Cravanette
u'i tl i Kikeland. : A ; r.
I '. BYl large vote the Gainesville T. J. Nixon; AlachiaP. .
d 1.' 0( .Ishm\ ;:1 i- 41 t
( : Tbl' (ii,1. : .. ; .. "..f(T"'n. e decided on Miami, and it F. Griffith : La'rop.. C. S. Ed\ liar :&, Coats for men and .. Y
.1 t made unanimous. circuit..1
N.1 'j i I I ton supply; High Springs ,

Q.. D l' Ir: t i WHERE THE PREACHERS GO I. Yepts'; Stark C.Y.. InnianT: : Mros l, Hats and Caps-the John B.ct1L .

Tampa District T. D. Z. Barr. lntt-riacv'
<' circuit :
i'u i r.1,1: n
4 'd' .1(.1,1: \ .n. U'.u XV. :M. Poage, presiding elder. I'n circuit, T. L Cooper: Bushnell cir Stetson Derbys and many different

... I u .e v i loin"+ w F Tau.pa First church W. K. Piner; out. T. J. Phillip. Coleman G. H. 4 U'
I !yrPack\ W. J. Carptii'ir; Tampa York: Ocala R. H. Barnrtt; 1'ihatil- T shapes in Hats .
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r.1 t M 1 .u.In. i ti" r-n-"- .
..U-K'hts L. W. Moore; City Mission, ia, G. E. Turn y, supply: Lady Lake,
111. I. h i >l to I I. a".r i:*. ort
| l'. H. Summers; Gary and Port Tam T. N. Weatherford, supply; Leesbunr. 3j :
'I+ r t r > 'r.t. ;;full connection
na, T. W. Tomkies; Ybor City, Cubart H. Hice; Martel circuit. M. H. Outland -
pit 4atar4 I
tvork P. D. Lewis, I. Gonzalez; West : Inverness circuit A. H. Cob', C I ..
1 Memorial Service .c4.
Tampa, Cuban work J. Norwood;; L Eaddy: Citra. R. M. Williams; Mic- 1
.' rtftrtunuu *>:simi the meat ...
i I Italian Mission School B. A. Winn; anopy circuit T. H. Sistrunk; Willis- ii\\ /
.>'I.d i n t h'r was b.Two! pr-a 'h-
t 1 I Little! Italy F. Zito supply S. Panta- ton circuit E. J. Gates; Bronson circuit
> rJ. ''it.i dirI during the jear, Ur. J.
I J. S. Crandall; Rochelle, C. W. .
!' I- .-.ion. err aDd Rv\ John C Ley and rne.St
finer mission, T. S. Armstead; Matheson; Anthony circuit M. M.
I jn I .,dw' II wit*.. Mrs. W. H. Fer- ,
Bloomlngdale circuit, D. L. Switzer; ord.IEALTHY. =-o iCD.rFIQN
1'1.1 1 1 ::4t>>'a \'I" memoir were read FORM TWO SiX
Parish and Oneco, M. T. Dell; Palmetto / FORM FORTY-
...... live Dud Dumber of PENINSULA |"<-J ; env(
t Hut t tun: a PINELLAS c >' m&Ht
I to be supplied; Bradentown II. E. THE FECHHE1MLR FISHEL CO. + yte ;' FECHiiEI1i R FlSHELCO.ht ,
e hurt !ittik w )rf ntad. Following the i n... r,,aa THE
Partridge; Manatee. A. M. Mann ; :Mi- : 0>
n,4-n+.?: 'sal ..nrirf.. R\IVI.! T. F. Z. Barr I A Fertile Section Where All Florida Uf1frrP tf';: ai r'"" r7 9 i (
akka circuit A.1. Gardner; Sarasota -
Dud M I H Nertoa were ordained eld- a J ntt3 CITMCS
Products Grow SV
mission, U. S. Tabor; St. Petersburg ti.d + '
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.. L,r. J. F. Bell; Largo circuit D. A.'Cole Philadelphia, Dec. 16.-The Florida I'

AI I tit' mul'i eerric the subject of ,'I ; Sutherland and Tarpon Springs. West Coast Co., with offices in thi Shirts for men and boys. ;

uI..IIIol t .fl' nailer rounideration. Dr. ,1 JB. K. Thrower; Curley Mission, I. A. Trunks Suit Cases and You should line while
city and in St. Petersburg Fla, is Bags. see our !
J.iii n K S..a. OM of the missionary j i Vernon; Hernando mission, J. N. Dief- '
hfttvcr d address Composed of a number of businessmen Bath Robes Sweaters Suspenders t
"t r< series. ( an c.v-I fenworth; Blanton A. P. Johntry; -

..rh.K th-'" |rMM ttU atooary interests: Brooksville S. Scott; Dade City. J. C.Brook well known in this and other Underwear,' Collars, Cuffs, f 41 we have a complete stock to ,.

nt ,U.. ; Webster circuit W. II. F. Roberts communities. This company owns or
barb report :Neckties, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs make selections from. t
; Clearwater, R. Honaker; controls extensive tracts of land inthe

Thi outittties reported to the con- :j agent Southern college, J. B. Ley; Pinellas peninsula on the west etc. roar rc5 4. j

lrrtn ...r* of special Interest, and'[: president Southern college, J. P. Hil'burn -
I! coast of Florida, projecting southwardinto .
.r.. a* follows: ; conference secretar of educaition -
J Mexico, its eastern Yours for Business and Gooa Values.
lafMU tttptlaed, during the year, I. C. Jenkins: missionary evange the Gulf of

;$ U2, lttlU, S>!It\; Epworth Leagues, !lUst. C. C. Cecil. shore being washed by Tampa Bay.

I IT U'agu luvmuera.. 3816; Sunday Jacksonville DistrictJ. A portion of this peninsula was select
t '.'"a, : offlcerc aDd teachers : elder. American H. B. MASTERS CO.
jI ra j '1 U v. A. Ilendry presiding ed by a committee of the B

&'I ;*.7& hchtjiars. I'I.!"'lo, raised for min- :, First church J. W. Bigham; ; Ri'er'side. edical Association as an ideal spotfor

i ..,rr,. MirA-rt |I 177.:t;3,74; missions,' E. A. Harrison; Springfield and a health city, as having the finest

|1 111.J"; T>,. <\ liri-h, I'xtenrton. $2420.8 ; mission, N. II. Williams; St. Mathewsand climate of any section of the United Ocala Florida I

"; rt..f" -Ill' datMlMlta. I52IC.53; edu- mission, J. Lawton Moon; High- States. The temperature there is -- ----

t ratkal. R.5; .,, U'ietlt'ti In tbe con- ,vay avenue mission, G. S. Roberts; said to be as slightly variable as any ,

trr Bc' *"i ; eburcb buildings. :341; ; EATON
4 t .riu' .,>f rharcaes $058.235; ; indebted- j?\ L. Glenn; Park mission, L. D.laynes. the fact that the Gulf Stream closely Thl "

U<.M> on .mf' $1VS32! : ; pastoral chargi j[ skirts its western shores and th.> 'Sold by KNIGHT LANG Ocala, Fla.

t .-.. Iii. iMkrMJBage.12< : value, $197.- Fernandina R. L. Sprintle; King's mild breezes: from the stream gently f

1 I" ib.tfNwiowu. $11.928.50; district } erry and Crandell, to be supplied by blow over its entire area. Frost sel- -( : You see these words on nearly every wagon that drives by your

; .lrM'n..,.a, i&JUt'; $18,500; indebt- (). Fans; Callahan B. II. Fillmore; dem or never reaches any part of thin r door, and the same could be said of Carriages, Buggies and Harness.

,'iiif*'. t-e. >. churches damaged by (tfin :;reen Cove Mission, A. A. Townsend; peninsula.The There must be a reason for this-and there is-a good one: When we ,

nod .t.tent S; damage $-1375; in- 1 I.tke Butler Circuit W. J. Neas'; US soil is especially productiveand Cold Storage began doing business with the people of this vicinity we decided to

M ruin caret"nl. 1193.535; premiums 'Miller, secretary; HcClenny mission.W. is capable of producing practically handle only a line of goods that would need no apology. The resultis

1,1,1| | !, t t .!*&; IOSM.:: $UK>5; collections : II. Steinmeyer; Lawe City, R. F. all varieties of fruits and vegetables apparent already. We reasoned that we could net afford to handle I .

|I.M:' Barnett; Columbia circuit M. O. Williams that grow within the confines of I the Shears, Sawbuck & Co.'s, or mail order house quality cf goods,

whop Coming i ; White Springs circuit. H. B fertile Florida. The Florida West We desire to announce that our : as we must do business with our neighbors and not with customers a

TI" qunntnentent was made by I II' Tresco; Wellboarn circuit. B. F. Coast Co., art offering not only build- Cold Storage Department for the curing I thousand miles distant. .Our lines have been carefully: selected. Our

Y Hllbll'n. pr*aid 'nt of Southrb Rape; Fort White circuit. R. J. wells: ing lots but also sections of land on : of meat is now open.:
'ta ..... that, Uisbnp Boss would I i Live Oak and mission, R. V. Atkisson.v. :; which to raise vegetables and set out We are the COLD STORAGE PIONEERS WHITi HICKORY{ FARM? l AND TUHPEHTIHE

,In I, .olat' Ito+w" in Florida in thei J. Patterson; Pine Mount i>il$sio!ito orange; groves. The company has al- OF FLORIDA, have given the

"' ., \ .It"I of thf y'.+rr. delivering a set be supplied by Berkley; Jasper. B ready made a number of improvement curing of meat the closest study for .* WAGONSare

I iTtures on pduraH h'. Mason: Jennin;; and Snrin:: Hil :;, such as opening and clearii years, and our uniform past good service -
a 'raions or built and sold on honor. We carry a full line of
'n' d..- inn'rest of the mission W. A. \\Mr; Sauft Creel streets, digging drainage ditches, is the very best evidence of our
j"i <
i I mission, to be supplied by J. M. Tol- building parks along the trolley line ability to serve you. EVERYTHING IN VEHICLES! AND ACCESSORIES
) "
shopaitoway I hprt: Middleburg, to be supplied by and other similar work. A number of We therefore announce READY. i I.

,_ who is presiding ) E. W. Barrington: editor Florida homes have been built and others are We want you to appreciate that it :( We have HARNESS for the Florida mule as well as for the $1000
I M-l, !, (Jaltoway
..'ft lleulon i of our conference, isI Christian Advocate, F. Pasco; conference I being regularly planned. A union means superior equipment, including I I driver. See us for anything in our lines and we assure you that we will
1 ? i secretary, W. II. Wil- to be erected and an in of accident strive to and "make "
MiwUHippi. lIe was born ) missionary church is soon duplicate machinery case i please you good. Yours very truly,
tt num rf September' amusement casino has already been and skilled assistants to do the

I in kl,.{mato Mississippi C. D., and E. A. liams. East Coast DistrictE. built. Too electric line from St. Petersburg work in the best possible manner.In KNIGHT & LANG. t
1 I4'! the MO of Dr. ;
His boyhood days were L. Ley, presiding elder. runs through this section this connection we cannot too
t Galk'ay. terminates at a new wharf on our friends to take I
and Canton. Mto.i West First church. A.1.. Da- and strongly urge upon
III..DI in Key From this point dis- KNOW it will
school until Memorial Boca! Ceigabay. their meat where they
f "lppi He attended the Un- ler; Sparks Chapel W. F. Allen: tant about four miles, is Pass-a-Grille, have the proper attention. It is no -

.. ,It1"u.-d for the entrance into 1SG5. from chapel mission and Sea Sini- already famous as a pleaspre and fishing j GUESS WORK for you to let us serve I

I 1'-'' of llulaippi in II. H. Baker; secretary, M. Do- i resort. All this section is well
Hewasm dad, you again. OCALA FURNITURE CO.
"hkh h. uatodinlSCS ISO, minguez; Key Largo, to be supplied. drained and possesses sufficient water To those storing meat for the first T

f 1kt'0"11 preach in November MississippiI Lemon City mills. S. J. Hendrix; in the form of artesian wells. for irrigating time we would rpfer to our friends-

allil ru4.. ater joined the later to heiH. .I. Delray, J. It. Blocker; Miami, L. D. purposes. YOUR NEIGHBORS-who are so well I Asbestos Lined Steel Ranges .
transferring E. K. Denton -
ncJ Beach
tatf" r married I II .ove-, West Palm satisfied with our past faithful ser I II
\trii %t.IIil'il'Ii. liE' was Pierce and Stuart, E. E. Christmas Decorations Active
1 ; Fort Sebastian mission, T. Dec. 16.-Trade in the vice.Please I From $26.90 to $39
Gale, ,Jewell, supply; New York, note that our smokehouseswill
,.. Titusville mission, S. P. Christmas decorations is fresheningup will also
I ; H. p. Adams be in operation and we '
f ".f. hHao been born to them.11'as Christian McCall: ; Kingston and New Smyrna. fast though most of the stuff being be ready to smoke the meat for thoseso .You'd pay $50 for them some ... :.'.e i

e.il,,--r! lit the Now Orleans Which L. Cooper supply; DeLand II. F. Harris moved is being shipped away. Trees desiring. places.
18HMS86.: from W. A. Lowder, trimming are com-
_. circuit for
.\-1IIntt' tutu Volusia and evergreens : Soliciting your future patronage, we
Ma ;
elected bishop in > H. Dutill; Sanford, mostly from Maine, and the ,
,." hi- wa following supply; ralatka ing beg to remain. i
author of the G. J. Kennel- from 65c. up. The G
,I" ': lie U the Par- D. B Sweat; Hastings trees are bringing Your friends
of ishop Lynn Hooks, supply; mis- and largest trees on the
Mtsrlts: LIfe J- C. very best u
KOviedo Make Yourself Christmas
ProviI' ; a .
of & ICE CO. ,
Child ::5! and there- PACKING
KMethodism a Cuba, L. Oler.Apalachicola market are selling for $ FLORIDA
,, .rt CHrtsUantty! and the Nation : sionary to District abouts. Holly is scarce, because it is SIMON BENJAMIN, Sec'y. Present of the Difference. .. .'

.\ \lI'lIlt. of tko Globe: Modern M*- E. Wilson presiding elder. unmarketable unless it has berries HERMAN BENJAMIN, Mgr.
Evidential Value; The and mission 31 H. most of the holly this season is OOd Ling of
,nisi!, Their Apalachicola and The usual prices will prevail. Japanese :
Commonwealth.t. to be supplied b)' J. A. without them. It is bringing $4.50 to 'cjz. .i\mTIN5
AI' '-an one shipments be care-
Norton In making your
Hal been a member of several elec1 ; A\1cilla. H. n. Perritt; BlueSilva I I $5 a crate. Pine needles are quotedat ful to mark plainly, -1-/\4r.:t '>' -:..t. ...k;'','11 and Ctjiqa} ffiattiijgChiffoniers ) su

I'foll conference before his Creek" circuit, to be supplied; Bristol $10 a hundred stalks, with stars \ ).f (t:,.... ?dJ -
and aCanada member J. R. Taylor $1.50 a dozen and : \ ,
Carrabelle and wreaths at i .
t'.1II 1" the EplrcopacY F. A. Taylor; t'i5 from $5,48 E i I
Wash up
1 IIr I h. Fplli'opal conferences in Concord circuit W. J. Gray; trimming at 2 to 6c. a yard. Some tt I _

London England ; circuit. S. L. Crowson; mistletoe has come in from England. :\
ing1'm D C.. and general Craw f rsvllle Scarbor- Mistake: A The better ones are mouse and roach
The Multe
Wall frat.-rnal messenger to circuit. W.1. and is bringing $15 a case.
Methodist church or ; PenhOlloway Greenville, S. C. Bradford are that the tree business in tit proof. -
conference supply;
j ough. Steinmeyer; The Several shipments from our j
S. E. particular will bE''err good. ,
in. Japan ; Havana Williams; Mayo of the and A Nice Large, Easy Arm Rocker
He vi.lte.1 our missions Leads circuit, Thos. trees are spruce friends, intended for us have !

and China three times. Mexico: twice and mission H. J. Hf>flinger and L. balsam variety and come 500 in a car reach because they ]I I J= A
and twice. From the Unlver.ity -I supplY: Midway circuit, D. failed to us For only $225
IM1 W. H.ggs. Monxiceiio. S. Closing Out Sale
of Jrtslslppt( he has recede McDaniel. supply; were marked wrong. I
G. W. entire stock is ot:->red for immediate -
R. Our
degmof' D. I).,and and from from Tulane Urn I Hardin; )fount Lawn'Pleasant J. F. Clarke: Per". sale at very low i rices in order Be careful to mark plainly, Others suitable for /Holiday Presents up to $20

rrn University (!ers; Old E. A. Holshol- to close out our business at once. correct address,
vmlty, that of LL. D. Hoffman; Quincy our I
:\1ississir- 111. C. to be supplied; We have a fine line of Holiday Goods: SMITH & ROBERTS
Ills home I U in Jackson.
presided over I der; Quince. C. Norton; Tallahassee, and it will pay you to make your pur Florida Pacing & Ice Co,

LFK ridaPconference at its session SycamoreV. ; Trinity and mission, chases now. Terms of sale, cash FLA. Ocala Florida
patterson OCALA
> S. T. F. CO. ,
1889, corn'I Waukeenah, l1-:Otf OCALA
held In Bartow. January. who,ij I E Woodward;
i lag la place of Bishop



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A CHRISTMAS STORY wondering face upturned to his, and j! SPARKMAN INTRODUCES MANY Ii\i and enlisted men of the boat companies -I FLORIDA THE COMING STATE the material makes china as fine !!--.r..,
said: "What is your name? BILLS of the Florida Seminole Indian k- -
Chas. T. Tells of Christmas I any imported from Germany. Various
Angell a -
The boy quickly "Leo! :
responded, war. An Interesting Article From the Punta ;:
Incident in the Life of Ole! Bull, I other minerals are found in ',.'
r and father the chimes if Relief pay- \
my rings j is Proposed .for Several .De. Gorda Herald on Our tl
Diversityof ing
the Great Violinist I you hark, you can hear 'em now!" | serving Floridians-Proposition Sub- I j FLORIDA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE Crops and IndustriesWe iot ;:

Christmas eve as a tall, dignified : The gentleman listened for a moment | mitted for Public Buildings at Bar- I IN FINE CONDITON "Tbe woods are full of plants, in tt
commend the following article which wealth lies .
I undeveloped."The .
looking gentleman was walking leisurely or two, and as the sound of the grand tow, Lakeland and St. Petersburg. i (t.j
I I from the Punta Gorda Herald
as giving palmetto
berry is
old bells died away the shopman According to Report of State Superintendent already en-
along one of the bystreets ofi Congressman Sparkman has been ,
a fair idea of Florida's riching
i handed him the violin and bow ready \' i j resources. some enterprising citizens,
tondon, his attention was attracted quite active during the present ses- However, the reader should bear in while here in the south 7d
for use. After tuning the instrument we have vast
State f :
Superintendent of }
to a little boy who was looking in at carefully, he unbuttoned his fur-trim- I|I sion of congress, and among the bills I Instruction mind that Florida embraces a great acres of wild pennyroyal awaiting the 1.; .

a shop window in which were displayed med traveling coat and placing thel j I increasing the pension of those nowreceiving Holloway has returned to variety of soil and climate, and that magic: touch to turn them intdVioney. l-::=:-u

various articles (some of them violin under his chin, began softly and i! or entitled to the same are I i Tallahassee from a tour of inspectioni all of these statements may not be All over this region, too, is tkja wild <'
I ov the state. lIe reports the schools |true of every particular locality compile plant, which is rich i.<
sweetly to play the tune which the j' starch,
apparently second-hand) for sale. As i the following: II
Christmas bells had just rung out 'I \ in better condition than ever before some sections are much better adapt. and the vanilla plant, redolent of
the gentleman, whose long thick hair Henry Parrish, Sarah N. Clark, I: ed to certain products than others- commercial
i For some minutes be continued to at this period of the year since he has fragrance and profit. ?- -J
fell far below his ful approached : Mary A. Tyer, Robert A. but the article be "It
cap McAulay, may relied on as would require
9 play, weaving the air into every con- !I been in office. The attendance is however, a good _
the little boy, he saw that his gaze ceivable kind of variation, and ended Robert J. Whitehurst, Louis R. Thomas much advanced, and there have been true in regard to the state as a whole: sized book to enumerate in detail all & ..I"

' was fixed upon a beautiful-lookin by playing the melody once more accompanied John G. Gilmer, William Leggett, .I no epidemics to interfere with school I "Many people abroad have little the blessings which God has bestowed '

violin that hung in the center of the with harmonics and brilliant Alanson Wheeolck, Stephen Townsend I Iwork, except in one or two instances I j.idea of the extent and value of Florida's i upon Florida which need only the

window. Upon coining nearer he I:' : apeggeos. After the violin and Isabelle A. Addison Stephen T. a mild form of scarletina. resources. In number they exceed I hand of intelligent industry to convert

heard him singing a familiar melody j bow had been placed in the box, he Hancock, Elizabeth Moody, William The public schools will adjourn for" those of any other state of the I into wealth. Those, who doubt

In a pure, sweet voice, which he accompanied -! handed it to the bewildered boy, and Stanley, Kizzie Gill, George E. Mills, 'I the holidays the coming Friday, and'wiI republic, and offer to everyone an occupation our claims to this legion of resources

with rhythmical movements i patting him on has curly head, remarked Cornelia A. Mobley, Edward C. Mc- be in recess until January 2. suited to his choice. A full have only to visit the state fair in :

of his slender arms and fingers I as he buttoned up his great Geacby, William R. Browne, Thomas The State Teachers' Association L description of all of them is beyondthe Tampa next February to have their

as If he were playing the violin. lie I overcoat: "Carry the violin home J. Long, William B. Bonacker. !I: will meet at St. Petersburg December limits of this paper, but cursory doubts removed.

stopped to listen quite charmed at j j with you, and take good care of it; Removing the charge of desertion :! 31, and will continue three days. The I mention of the leading ones may "Add to this a climate which permits

the innocent, childish spectacle. Just it is worth 100 Ib at least. Learn to against John Whidden. I state superintendent says the attend prove interesting to the people outside a man to work out of doors eve
then the little boy looked up, and play the tune I heard you singing out Permitting R. II. Whitehead to purchase ance will be good. Florida has the state. day of the year, to sleep comfortably .

abashed at being observed, ceased his side the window, and as many more certain lands. (I reputation of having a well organized "Take the business of ordinary every night, and crown it with

performance."Do as you can. Tell your father to get For the relief of J. S. Huron. state body, and few states can show a farming. Nearly every crop produced the fact proved by indisputable statis f..

you think you could playas you a good teacher; you may keep For the relief Of Charles S. Blood. 'better average of attendance at the i in other states is profitably grown in tics that Florida is the healthiest 'f-.

well upon that violin, if you had it, the violin; it is a Christmas presentfrom For the relief of Adam L. Eich,;1- annual meetings. Florida. Our long staple cotton is state of the republic, an i one will ;

as you can sing, my little fellow?" Ole Bull." He opened the door I)berger. There are 2500 teachers in the state selling for upwards of 30c. a pound wonder why people who are informed '-
"I don't know sir, but I would like for his the highest prices it has of these t
protege, and passed out For the relief of certain surgeonsin and the attendance shows nearly always brought in wonderful advantages do not i -
to try" the boy replied. into the crowd just as the Christmas the Philippine service. I I fully a third of this total pre thirty years, which represents a return flock by thousands into this state and. ,_ :

"Come with me" said the gentle bells rang out again their merry Granting a pension to John Whid- !!i 'ent. of thirty to forty dollars an acre. make it in a few years the wealthiest .

man; and together they went into the chime. don. I Sugar cane and sweet potatoes, which and most populous of all." .,
shop. "How much for the violin in i The Fidus Achates of Wilk. flourish anywhere from
Many years ago, when we were in Granting a pension to Wells Mur I Call northern and
the window?" be asked of the shopkeeper. the practice of law in Boston, Ole phy. "Many are called, but few are chos western boundaries to Key West and Mark Twain's Tribute to His Wife

Bull was one of our clients, and we Granting a pension to Frank E. Sax en." They were the words of a telegram are too easiest crops on earth to raise, Surely nothing wiser or more beautiful -

".'i\"e pounds." thought him one of the most fascinating on. to the "coming out" convention yield crops that pay at the rate of was ever written respecting the

"Too much by halt," said the gen men we ever saw. Providing for a public building at from James E. Alexander of DeLand.He $100 to $300 an acre. Corn, oats, hay, training of children than those lines

tleman. "Show me something cheap At a later period when we were going Bartow. was once the handsome, brilliant'Jeems and a great variety of grasses and of Mark Twain's: "The mother of
er." to have the annual meeting of I I ," the fidus achates of Will plants are easily grown. children adores them-there my
I I Providing for a public building at Is no
After being shown five or six other our society in our Boston Music Hall !I! Lakeland. I I Call. He is still just as smart as of !(I "In the variety of fruits and vegeta milder term for it; and they worship

violins which he rejected after mere we asked Ole Bull to come and play Providing for a public building at yore. Always known as the prince of bles grown we probably surpass any her; they even worship anything

glancing at them (the little boy'sbig "The Carnival of Venice," and our music St. Petersburg. good fellows, his heart beats just as other state. With the exception of which the touch of her hand has made .

blue eyes looking more and more hall was packed with an immense Authorizing the establishment of a warm in private life as when he was apples we produce nearly every fruit sacred. They know her for the .

wistful all the time), the shopkeeper audience of some three thousand people fish-cultural and biological station on jin the limelight. His telegram should that is grown north of us, and in and truest friend they have: ever bffct haft:
handed out a dingy, antiquated lbo k to hear him cause hope and dition to these ad-I or shall / .
play. the Gulf of Mexico, within the limitsof reflection on the part we have oranges, ever have; they know her r
ing violin, with the remark, "Here'san At the time of his death, in Norway; the state of Florida. of the young aspirant of political hon apples, and a host of other tropical for one who never did them a :

old fiddle that I got of a sailor. It something like a hundred thousand Establishing a fish-cultural stationin ors. Many seek and sacrifice even and semi-tropocal fruit, all of which who never told them a lie nor wrong the; _:

needs fixing up a bit, but you can Norwegians (if we remember rightly) the state of Florida. their friends and cahnfl!' conscience. I pay handsome returns. Fortunes are shadow of one; who never deceived r

have it just as it Is for lib 10s." The attended his funeral.-Geo. T. Angell, Providing for the construction of a And for what? To leave a name andgive made in growing strawberries, celery, them by even an ambiguous gesture '
gentleman scrutinized it closely, inside in Our Dumb place to Irish potatoes who ; 4
Animals. revenue cutter of the first class for others who baths a little and other vegetables. never gave them an unreasona >
and out, remarked that it was while in the "In phosphate ble .4
sunlight that beams and
service in the waters of Key West. from naval stores we command; nor ever
very much out of repair, but said that Pedestrian : the throne. are ahead contented
Weston has become the Providing for the marking and protection The American sovereigns of any other section of herself with anything short, f a 1
he would give just lib for it, which more popular since he has said that I Ii of the battlefield known as are a fickle set.-DeSoto County earth, as also in fish and oysters, fect obedience; who has always a per
the shopkeeper, after some hesitation, all he wanted the walk News. wbich abound ed treat E x
i was and that "Dade's massacre," in Sumter county, along 1200 miles of them as politely and
considerately '
accepted, and the money was paid I he wasn't going to write about it or Florida. coast. Punta Gorda alone ships over as she would the best and t
oldest -
1dm. join a dime museum.-Atlanta Jour In relation to claims arising under "Seen Mrs. Showoff's new imported 6,500,000 pounds of fish in nine month the ]land, and has always In
"Put on a string in place of this nal. the gown?" of every year. : them required of I
provisions of the captured and gentle speech and
broken one" said the gentleman; abandoned "Yes; she hasn't removed the price "Our cattle feed conduct courteous If''
property acts and for other upon a thousand toward all, of whatsoever
"and furnish me a good bow-I will Mr. C. J. McGehee i tag. I called her attention prairies de -
of Levon and purposes and to amend and revise I to it" and flourish without gree, with whom they < JJ.
at .
chanced ,
pay extra for It. Summerfield, who is extensively "I called her attention to it tention, without to
engaged the same. last being fed, come in contact r:
While this was being done, the gentleman in the sawmill business week." .or housed watered ; they know her fOh': if ..
was at one
To extend the provision of the existing any time during the whose promise, whether j'
I I I year.
rr looked down at the little, pale, visitor to the city Tuesday. bounty-land laws to the officers BANNER ADS BRING RESULTS hitherto"We have the biggest kaolin beds ward or punishment, Is gold, and of re"J a- ? :.

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tlruNard, governor: of Florida Bonaparte, All nature and the razorbacks grunt i pestilence has left its blot upon the strangers. The true man or woman Have the Largest Stock of 'This ; _
and pas- happily Tee-hee! I past. No war clouds mar our visionof grows better under the chastisementof
flit donate Bryanlac 1 18 one of the sweet- And the palm uproots itself to give the future. Great opportunities lie grief! failure points the way to success I Class of Goods Ever Shown in Ocala ; 'f.
singer that ever waked to ecsta- itself to N. B. B." all around us, and greater ones spring and sorrow leads to a nobler and .. .i
C7 the living lyre. lilt messages set Let us settle back in our seats and into existence at the birth of each higher life." -- ,.:'

thmiMln. to music. He listen. The "Thanksgiving Proclama new day." Strong consoling, the anthem rises:
signs bills tion" is the next number: !Now the cunning artist, having led I
to ounl of flutes "Whatever else may be said there Pl ESENTS"1-
tiy and soft, record.:I "Our harvest has: fulfilled the rose- us to the heights, plunges us into the
.ra invisible aoleon ate promise of are none who can gainsay that good
the seed time
harps our
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fore him a. he walks or dances tbro' I fields have yielded abundantly of "There are, and ever has been, Instances has outweighed evil; that there have I For Old and Young, Great and Small, in Endless
the MIVHI' of Tallahassee. sheaf and fleece; our orchards have where hope has proved elus- been more smiles than tears; that : Profusion, and ,;
The rl V'rllt the sun has shone oftener than it has .
come to glad and bountiful fruition; ive and promise has been abortive.
niton aM replications of hissount while forest mine : been obscured, and that conscientiouseffort i .Reasonable Prices .
and ocean have Into the lives of some the iron'of sorrow -
trenbto through the fiver- helped to swell the industrial resources has entered like a pitiless sword ,I for good has been rewarded of-I ,
flail-t vibrate from of I II tener disappointed.
Miccosukee to a happy and contented people. thrust and the idols of many hearts t 'f
IVHran Shoal, and supply a full or- Our cities have grown in size and have been shattered in spite of all "Wherefore, for all this good which j .t --
cli.MMi! to Lemon magnificence; our harbors have been ,I that boundless love and undying devotion has fallen to our lot, and for all the \ '
4 sent ba,-k a majestic City. The jetties, I'I deepened and improved (applause in I could enterprise. These are inspiring promise with which the fu-|I .: l'+-J, In addition we have our regular stock complete} 1. -
rv n darkey in the state antiphone and. Jacksonville) ; our institutions of I the minor chords of the music of our ture lures us on to new conquests and o in all details-DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, MILLINERY" LADIES', : ,',
pats juba.In learning have been instances where thanksgiving but let us hope that, in richer blessings, I do earnestly com-!!
Clooby. the Tom I BAGS,
Moonof hope has power for good; wise and ; mend," etc. So to the turkey falls all !! I ;
"The alligator Cow Creek alligate: in equitable laws (especially railroad.I glorious j i! the canorousness of the dying swan: ; I i TRUNKS, ETC Give me a caB Yours anxious to please ;
unrestrained rate laws) have been enacted; honest find its place. Adversity discovers to I and so does the lIon. Napoleon Bonaparte -
glee: toil has received its well deserved us new friends and sorrow brings to j Broward place himself, too high I' ** i '\
The rattlesnakes It\ that boon are charmed to sleep reward and all things seem to have our aid true comrades whom we had I I for rivalry supreme among the south-I'I'I e+ : ;

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N"o. 36. Oak Bedroom Suit, with oak or iron bed, i Remember, we have a car load of Iron Beds to
'; No. 158. Nickel BLANKETS and COMFORTS, large stock, I
"n nro: )":?":-. ;"'; "' t Plated Steel as desired, small mirror, but of best beveled sell this month at prices ranging t

Zr."t.. : with selling at cost, as we find we are overloaded on French plate glass, well finisher], and a bargain !r"" from --.---. ..... ...---- -$2.58
,-: ri'; ,..... ''.1 warming closet this-line Take advantage of this opportunity\ to at this low price ; during December sale, only 3 ;r--'.. ..'.,
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,. No. Oak Bedroom Suit, with choice of oak l
"Ii ,6 all latest improvements 37. or S l.ns up to the finest 45-lb. laminated :

:;i"l ..: \ 4 Large size heavy Cotton Blankets, per pair, iron bed, large square beveled plate cotton sanitary mattresses, at.$30.00TABLES j t
mirror, size 20 x inches, dresser I' ,'
holes, only only __ .$J.47 w
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:'It ':', ::;2 I has three large drawers ; all well i

i.. ., : S $26.90No. All Wool, full size, Blankets.--... ..-- '$3.37 :} t= finished and polished, one that you
;, '. 158. Same, /-_"'i i would have to pay S 25 for in many No. 16. Oak Cent Tables, for parlor or sitting
A'c. Ir with reservoir, Heavy Comforts, full! size, fancy figured, good stores ; our price for December sale, limited to 3 !I per'. room, size 16 x 16 inches, finely finished -

: '" $29.90 grade cloth, only .. ..- .--. ----. -$f.67 suits at this price of only.-----------jj 4.90 I'' in selected golden oak, and polished :
: ; price for this sale, only 89c
No.198. Same as No. 39. Oak Bedroom Suit, with 1 large, heavy roll- I t
above but larger, GO CARTS foot bed, or choice of iron and tsti I No. 20. Oak Center Table, as above,

t't 6 holes and res- Just in, a big shipment 0 f.;FOLDING GO brass bed of equal value,large b}i : jCIjj k--4 strong and substantial, size of top, 20 x 20

.. inches, only--------------------------$1.24
crvoir, square French beveled plate feSg; j' gM KJj
t CARTS, rubber tires and all latest improve-
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$39.00 mirror in dresser, 24 x 30 DINING TABLES

provements; prices ranging from ..$8.90 Up inches in size, large base with roomy drawers ; No. 109. Oak Extension Dining Table, threeiachturned
CHINA CLOSETS all well finished, and such as are sold elsewherefor

door WINDOW SHADES as much as $35 ; our price for December .. : legs, 44 inches wide, six

\t ;",. Oak China: Closet, glass tin r.'i' sale. .. .....__ u..u.. __....$ J 9.98 1 ., feet long when extended ; price for
end] md. mirror back ; finely -:!: i The celebrated "BRENLIN" Shades; will not 2fi December sale, while the last,

4 .fished . . .. . 5000 '.If f= fade, lose shape. Guaranteed. Best Shades No. 46. Large Oak Bedroom Suit, heavy roll-foot if only I .... ---... .. ..$YS.90
J ;! oak bed, or choice of brass and : :
1 V, ; .rtefd Oak and loa.he'I! iv Hartshorn Rollers. No.T I 13. Oak Extension Dining Table same as
on earth. Made up OP iron beds of equal value, large ,
1 i; t h tnti't4 .ct, bent glass I ends and.Ur \ _,_.- 24 :i 30 beveled French plate No. tog except eight feet long when extended.
1 i Tirw back ; very 1 beautiful$2*.< Also, full line; of cheaper Shades. rIP.:: :::; mirror in dresser large beveled .. ._ Special December sale price $7,85

i )\?. *'I I Kitra> huge Closet! ; beautiful beyond our .F French plate mirror in wash- --y' No. 117. Oak Extension Dining
. . -------$60.00 CRIBS FOR THE BABIES Table, four-inch turned and
attrtty to nest ribe j stand also, quartered oak finish and polished, all i $ fancy
\(' ;ot. Child's latest improvements, a suit that you would have "l! fluted legs,finely polished, 48 inches

FURNITURE POLISH; Crib, all white to pay J6o for in many stores ; our special price wide, round or square tops, six feet ,

Makin old (furniture hook just like new. Try enameled iron, during month of December, only- .$28.00 long, $f0.88 ; eight feet long only. .$12.85
.... .... 50. : substantialePer i I No. 120. Oak Extension Table six-inch
t bottle . . -- CHAIRS Dining ,
spring: : bottom, fancy carved legs, round
on anything ; si,.es let down, No.; 108. Wood Seat Chairs, round bent backs, *
MONEY orsquaretopsquartered"
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\\tthdit mat- spindles. good common
FURNITURE line. Try us. k and polished finish ; a :
b \\1 war i. the te! s. .$ -.95 ; chair. Sells regularly for 85c; our price,each 60c very handsome table, 8 ffi 1

M-.ncy back_ you<< know. I I N. ;v..I'- Child's i No. 112. A good, solid, high-back wood seat Chair, feet long extended, all };f1t:,

"Ii, >atety Iron '! 4J + strong and serviceable. You would improvements. Price. l ,
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.eGunn : Crib, latest: improvements- 'Sl I have to pay i.oo for this chair in $19.95 ;

BOOK CASES. i!\i\f ft 1 many stores. Our price for Deft No. 121. Oak Extension Dining Table, same as

Ilc..t made. Lowest prices. I first class in g l e cember sale only, each u...37c ,I above except round pedestal table ; very handsome -

:I every way, a Crib that ordinarily sells fort5.oo, ;; t No. 116. High back oak Dining Chair, I eight feet ...__. ... ... ... 24.00
SIDEBOARDS AND BUFFETS I special for this month, only .$7.9 open cane seats. Well made and
l :-tt\.c i IIDe tu select from at very attractive pnces. 9 1"-\\| polished. Regular price $1.25, but LOOKING GLASSES
No.OOB.. Sod! Brass Child's Safety Crib, all I for this December sale, only. .93c line Wall Mirrors in size from ,

l..AkGl "T STOCK we have ever had of fancy: polished brass, beautiful beyond description,, No.: 118. High back, polished oak Dining or Sitting r.Kice up to 14x24, and in prices I

ROCKERS AND CHAIRS national spring construction, best in every way, Room Chair, large seats, open cane work, I ..... ... .u...__.. ....-- ..---. ,i
sells regularly! for $30.00 or more, but for
and strongly built and polished finish ; regular sell-
of( II,, kinds and styles suitable for CHRISTMAS. this special sale we offer it for onl}'. .$J8.9Q ing price $1.50. Our price for this sale. -98c I 37c to 98c t 3


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; NO MONEY FOR EXTENSION : year may bnug" continued Mr. Car- FROM FERTILE FLORIDA PROFESSIONAL CARDSW. NOTICEIn Administrator's Notice of Final DIsJ:

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t There is apparently! no doubt that j carefully supeniMiig their farms so What is Going on in the Land of the H. POWERS, f... D. Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Cir- Notice Is hereby given that on the J 1

) I the naval stores factors are determin i I as to get tbe best results with the Orange and Grapefruit I. cuit, Marion County, FIori a-In 19th day of August, -A. D., 1903, the -i;

least expenditure of money, and holding PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Chancery.John undersigned Administrator of
ed to do nothing that will tend to I Il I Large shipments of pines are still estate -
up values of spirits and pale rosins D. Robertson of T.
stimulate production for the next sear being made from Stuart. Complainant, vs.i, Henry Spooner, deceased, 'i
by curtailment of production, they Office Yonge Block. Silver Springs and Western Railroad i! will present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, "
Oranges, figs, strawberries and rice .
son.Without advising put themselves in position to come OCALA, FLORIDA Company, a Corporation Un '! County Judge of Marion county, FlorIda *
i. any exception they are through in good shape, I think things are doing well in the Algoa section. 1- _
I der the Laws of the State of Flor my final account as administrator -
their customers among the : <
I. will work out all right."-Savannah Over 75 cars of lettuce have been T. E. BIGGS. ida. of said! estate.
r. producers that the box cut must beheld I j
Naval Stores Review. shipped from Sanford up to Saturday. Whereas, it has been made to ap I.I.Stanton, Florida, September 5, 1907
I' i down to the smallest: possible ATTORNEY AT LAW. ;
figures, that it will be better not to 'Sweet potatoes are selling at $1.40a pear to the judge of the above styled I HENRY G. SPOONER, i

cut any boxes at all, and that it will WHY HOARD MONEY? bushel at Homestead and are rather Law Library nund11l court, in a certain cause therein I As administrator of the state, of Tj -f
The following is going the roundsof pending wherein John D. Robertson is *
j Henry T. deceased
i Spooner, S-6-6m '
be difficult to advance for the next scarce at that. OCALA, FLORIDAE.
the uncredited. We reprintit
press complainant and Silver Springs and i
three mouths for raking and
except At Lake Helen the thermometerfell
for the benefit of those whom itIIla3' Western Railroad Company, a corporation NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION *$
other absolutely necessary expenses. benefit The advice is lost to 37, but neither beans nor to- W. DAVIS. ;
on under the laws of the state of

tt The trees must be raked to protect us, for we make it a rule never to mato vines were injured. j Florida, is defendant, that the officers Department of the Interior, .A j{

them from fires, and there is certain hoard money; indeed, money-making Only a small amount of vegetablesare ATTORNEY AT LAW Land Office at Gainesville, Fa! i'
: of said defendant
other work that must be done, but i being shipped from Fort Lauderdale corporation are November 25, 1907. 2. '
has never been one of our aspirations.
unknown and it further
appearingthat Notice is hereby given that William :
there decidedly no disposition
As an incident it is all right, but to now, comparatively speaking. Gary Bloch the said above mentioned suitis Scott of Kendrick, Fla., has filed notice :
shown by factors to make advancesfor .
mage it a feitish and worship at its Quite a number of DeLand orange OCALA FLORIDAR. a suit in equity for a removal of a of his intention to make final five j

new operations. The following shrine it is all wrong and will not growers are fertilizing now for heavy year proof in support of his claim, -
cloud from title.It : I
from a recent circular letter issued D. FULLER. viz: Homestead -
entry No.
develop the better side of one's na- growth and bloom in the spring. 31,256; J
by the J. P. Williams Company tells ture. I During the last mango season, C. DENTIST. is therefore ordered, adjudged made December 30, 1901, for the t
1 Over Munroe & and decreed that the said defendant, northeast quarter of southeast quar-
the situation concisely and strongly Chambliss' Bank j
I IN[ Pettigrew of Palma Sola sold from
The uncredited advice about I ter, section 33, 14
money Silver Springs and township south ,:
OCALA, Western Railroad i
"It is that each and FLORIDAJ.
imperative follows: three trees over $SO worth of fruit range 21, east, and that said proof will :
producer of naval stores should Company, a corporation under the be made before \j
every Hoarded is [ The first shipment of beans from Clerk Circuit Court at >
lake immediate and stringent stepsto money Boynton went forward one day last E. CHACE, D. D. S. laws of the state of Florida, be and i It Ocala, Fla., on January 11, 1908. i!
pays no wages. buys no
gro- is hereby required to appear before He names the following witnesses
reduce in possible J
expenses every week. There were in all 75 crates.
ceries. It shelters no family. to his ; '
The laborers throughout the DENTIST.Holder the judge of the circuit court of the prove continuous residence < 1$
way. For industry to be prosperous, for Coleman growers expect a cabbage fifth upon, and cultivation of, the land, |
judicial circuit of Florida
well informed to Marion
quite as
country are TI
business to be profitable, for employ crop this season of 500 cars. The : J f
the existing conditions, and will, w Block. county: on Jacob Anderson of Kendrick
ment to be constant, money must bee crop is 20 per cent greater than last OCALA Fla. "I '
believe, consent to a reduction of FLORIDA Monday, the 6th Day of January, A. Alexander Anderson of Kendrick t
kept in circulation. The merchant season. Fla. _
wages. The value of our product hast must receive for his I Barnett & Sons, who recently moved D. 1908, Charles Anderson *
money goods and of Kec/fock, Fla. :1 :
NOTICE at the _;
court house
of the said
therefore it It county
been reduced
t largely In turn pay that money over to hiss I I. to San Antonio, are cultivating 45 I W. W. Clyatt of Ocala, Fla. V:, .'
(t quite proper to reduce in every possi employes and to the factories which acres for the purpose of planting watermelons Court [ to answer and defend the bill of com HENRY S. dHUBB, :
ble way the cost of its manufacture.. I I In the Circuit of the Fifth Judi plaint in above styled cause. It t Is 12-6. eglster..i.
product what be sells, and which i in and cantaloupes.
t Take advantage of your present op cial Circuit of Florida, in and for further ordered that this order be ,,<.I
turn N. 0. Penny and F. -'*
pay it out to their workingmen C. Gifford havea Favors Prohibition
Marion County-In Chancery. published once each week for two
: portunity and reduce wages. rt e- consecutive
from whom it goes to the butcher, nine-acre grapefruit grove at Vero
suit will be that you will get more the from which Alma DeWitt, Complainant, vs. months In some newspaperpublished Jefferson B. Brown, candidate for .;(\) .
grocer and the storekeeper, keeping they expect to get be- I
for less I Charles DeWitt, Defendant-Orderfor in Marion county, Florida governor in
: and better work done money. in continued circulation. tween COO and 700 boxes this season. an address, said: "I favor -

"Box cutting: Factors, generallyspeaking Money in itself is of no value to M. A. Coye, the Alvin, tg grower, Constructive Service.It immediately preceding said Gth day of r prohibiting the sale of Intoxicating I
;" are not in a position to advance is ordered that the defendant January, A. D. 1905. /
anybody except the miser. It is not raised 400 cases of figs this.. year, liquors in the state of Florida. .
to advanceit named, to-wit: Charles DeWitt At Chambers, Ocala, Florida
S money or promise which October
edible until it is brought him $1
exchanged for food. a case. They
for the of buying timber I! be and he is hereby required to 14, 1907. W. S. BULLOCK. Right here let me state that I did
It ;| were raised appear
does not off
keep the rain until it |: on one and one-third
r of cutting boxes, at least not until is paid out in rent. It does not protect :1 acres. to the bill of complaint in this 10.1S-2mw Judge. I not espouse the prohibition cause for

the financial situation clears consid I cause on or before Monday, the Gth political
from cold until it is exchanged I ]j j The packing houses at Lake Helen i I advantage. I knew that it

<' erably. Their source of supply of for clothing. j are all running full time, and full day of January, 1903. NOTICE I would lose for me the support of
: funds is practically cut off and they It is further ordered that
a of
.l forces and copy
Idle ,
is of the by Christmas the
money one most us e fruit many men who
this order be Sealed bids will be are my warm support
" are placed in a position where they less will be well marketed. published once a week received by the
Y [ commodities in the world. Some late varieties board of
what have for four consecutive weeks county commissioners for ers, without the assurance of any corresponding -
run along on they in the
{ What money a man does not needto will go over in 1908. road overseers for the different districts -I '

got in hand. We, therefore, adiseyou pay his bills he should deposit ina W. C. Summers of High Springs has in Ocala Banner, a newspaper published and for ferrymen for each of I gain. Nor did iTfefr'it to .f

to go very slow in arranging to bank where it will be put to work. raised on his farm on the outskirts of said county and state. the ferries in Marion county, Florida, get on the "band wagon" with other

cut any boxes at all, for if you do you that This 27th day of November, 1907. at their regular meeting to be held candidates, for I
In a bank's vaults money is a basis town, a crop of sweet potatoes, in January, A. D. 1908. was the first to declare -

may find later on that you cannot for credit and credit is necessary to the average weight of each being two Clerk S. T. SISTRU K. The board reserves tbe right to reject for prohibition. My position _

secure the money to pay for what you profitable business. I and one-half pounds. Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. any and all bids. Bids to be filed ( the result of an abiding

cut. Independent operators can do Some By II. D. Palmer, D. C. with the clerk of the board of that city isI
.". The worst place for a man to keep of the Estero growers have L. county any or state is better I
much to restrict the production by S. BECK.Complainant's, commissioners: on or before the 7th
his money is in bis pocket. It burns been compelled to rush out their tan- day of January, 190S. morally, financially and politically

cutting very few if any boxes. They holes there. It is a constant temp- gerines on account of the cotton bug Solicitor. 1129. S. T. SISTRr K. intoxicating liquors are not ..<;', :

may rest assured that factors will do tation that have in Clerk Board County therein. This
to excessive expenditure. The appeared great quantities Commissioners, declaration may lose r;
their part toward restricting tbe output NOTICE OF SALE Marion County, Florida. for '_i ',-
money which a man does not need and which soon ruin the fruit. OF REAL ESTATE 12-lS-4t. I me the governorship, but if it l.

for the coming season from for his necessary purchases of food Farmers are commencing to break does, let it go. The governorship : .;.

necessity if not from choice. and clothing and shelter should be ground for tomatoes. Boynton will State of Florida, Marion NOTICE Masts only four years, but the con- ,45. '

"Lastly, it will take the strictest promptly deposited in bank have about the usual tomato Pursuant County. sciousness of right .
a savings acreage to power conferred upon Sealed bids and duty well per- Sjj l, .
will bp
economy and curtailment of expen- where it earns interest for him. Sav- this year, but a much larger acreageof me, Thomas K. Elliott, in and by virtue board of county received by the formed will go with me tbrough life." -7-. ; '
commissioners of Iarion of -
ditures to weather two
the storm certain
various kinds of deeds, one E.
banks by
ings are safe because they are vegetables.The county, Florida, for the construction
and we earnestly advise our patrons prohibited law from :Monarch Orange Mclver Gregg and his wife. Sue M. of steel bridges I J. R. Moorhead, D. S. WoodrOw ;
by engaging in Company of Gregg, dated June 5th, 1S9C, across Blue River ,. 4 f-I
to act recorded .
accordingly. Dunnellon
Wall street gambling, and their officers Coleman will ship 30,000 boxes of or- in office of Clerk of Circuit Florida; also President. Secretary. H r:

"The financial difficulties through I J I; are a class of men who obey the anges this year. They are sending off Court for Marion county in the state r Withlacoochee). Copies of River, at Stokes' Fer- B. J. Potter, Gen. Mgr.f !': I

which the country is passing may j law, differing from the Wall street I a car a day ,and as,.they ship good aforesaid 785 in Deed Book 9C, pages 782- can be had at plans office and of Austin specifications Bros. WOODMAR SAND AND STONE COMPANY j 1
and the
prove to be a veritable blessing in'i otter by George II. :Mc- ,
iI gamblers.The fruit they are getting excellent Architects. Atlanta, Ga.
I re Master and his wife, i or upon appli Builders of '-
Lou P. McMaster ;
disguise, said Vice-President Carson cation
to S.
I depositors who have drawn out turns. ,' dated April 9th, 189C, T. Sistrunk, clerk circuit CEMENT
1 recorded in S
I in discussing the situation. "The inability i, their money should promptly pay The orange crop of Mt. Dora, too Deed Book 98, page 3G, in said office, court Said, Ocala bids to, Marion be county, Florida. Dealers SIDEWALKS in 4,, ...r :

of factors to secure money I their current bills first and deposit largest that place has ever bad, Is being I will offer for sale, on the First Mon ing of the board opened to be MId at the meet- LAKE WEIR SANDManufacturers .. :a f
with which to advance day in January, 1905, at __ January : I
to I the 8th
producers the balance in removed Court ..A.. n mno s a
a savings bank. (For rapidly. About 10 carsa House, or the usual ? ? u. iva, uua me ooard reserves i of .

as freely as in recent years must result wage-earners and men on salary the week have been shipped since the i sales, in the city place of Ocala for, at legal 11 the right to reject any and all bids. CONCRETE BLOCKS, -J.. s

in a great reduction in the box. I savings bank season started. The o'clock a, m., S. T. SISTRUNK, <'
account is better thana trees have suf or as soon after such Clerk PAVING MATERIAL !:
cut, and a corresponding reduction in! hour as the Board County Commissioners :; '
fered from same be ,
lack may
II checking account, anyhow.) The of rain.J. convenient Marion: County FENCE
the next of turpentine and ly done, at public auction for 12-13-41. POSTS Etc. .i.
crop pale cash
Sakai ,
money earns interest, which is an in- of Yamato, the Japanese the following Estimates and
rosins, helping to offset that is feared real estate, ao-wit: plans furnished and
ducement to save. It cannot be colony in Dade county, is making a I South half of southeast quarter AUCTION contracts taken. _
in general trade, if it comes. A reduced -I withdrawn shipment of two northeast and :. .
without quarter
the trouble of goIng crates of large and of southeast quar P. O. Box 956
crop next year would have a I ter of southeast On the 21st Ocala, Florida, :,. .
extra choice quarter
in person to the bank-whIch is pineapples to the riyal and south day of December, 1907, .. .
; east at .t
beneficial effect for two or three quarter of nortrbeaet quarter of 10 o'clock a. m., in
a check on nedless expenditure. family at Tokio. This will be the Section front of the
18, Township 19 south, postoffice at Leroy, I will
years. Above all do not hoard it! Its first green Florida pines to go to the 19 east. Also all that certain piece range, highest bidder tbe) two south sell to the IT WILL
"Labor will be forties
plentiful and cheaper possession is the cause of ceaseless Japanese empire. parcel or tract of land described as of my Agnew farm in Cotton ,

as a result of existing conditions, ,' worry. The hoarding of money is the R. Linke, who lives near Beevllle, commencing at a point on line divid namely: Southwest quarter of Plant the, PAY .

and it will be possible to make a decided surest way to check prosperity and sold $175 worth of oranges from 14 lug being Alfred's!JjC; ( yirds and the north Caldwell of lands southeast of southwest quarter and southeast quarter YOU t

reduction in the expenses of to throw out of work the very people trees on his farm, after having used grant, thence running north SCO Alvarez yards 20, township 15, range quarter 20. of section If you have on hand to sell, or If
production. This will enable Terms 10"are
producers who do the hoarding.Bad all his family and friends wanted thence west 336 yards, thence south on day of sale. given thinking of ,
to work the old boxes to advantage SCO yards, thence coming to
They east
were of the Satsuma variety to point of CHARLES HOLMES

and save the virgin timber. Times in Pensacola I and the trees had been killed to the commencement twenty-five making in all 12132tw. Leroy Florida., Ida to make It your home, or

With labor and other expenses highit Assaults continue to be made upon ground nine years ago. four acres acres, more or less, less If you desire to Invest ,
conveyed NOTICE
by George OF )
would r.Jtne been profitable to white ladies after dark on the streetsof Recently P. McMastcr H. ELECTION 5n .
J. Hiers and S. K. Du- to E M. Greg and less any kind of Florida .

work the old boxes to the extent that the city, notwithstanding the fact puis of Wauchula bought an acre anda two acres conveyed to Colcoffc, lean The undersigned .:.

they: can be worked under the conditions that the police have doubled their energies half of beans for $150. ing a tract of nineteen acres, more or to all persons hereby gives notice property, -_
They that
are less
in eloction OR
southwest WRITE
that will probably exist during in quarter sec- has been and is TO -
an effort to capture the insolent now through hereby
shipping. tion 8 called
They shipped township 15 south for and
the coming season. By pursuing this negro. 207 crates from the east. range 22 will be held on Tuesday, the 21st I :
patch, which net- THOMAS K. ELLIOTT of day J.
policy the producers will not 12-l-5t. January A. D. 1905, in LIVINGSTON? & SONS H .
only Within the past week half a dozen tey them an average of $1.63: per county, Florida, to decide Marion :

save the round timber but they will ladies have been insulted while goingto crate, or $341.75 for the lot. sale of intoxicating whether the
be doing all in their to | A BARGAIN FOR YOUTh beer liquors, wines or fea| Estate Dealers.
power keep their homes after nightfall, and in A six weeks' drouth at DeLand was shall be prohibited in said ,'

op the values of turpentine and pale several Instances they were in thickly broken last week by a good rain. Train le bht -- XIX ty of Marion, as provided by Article coun .",, .<
of -
rosins, not only for next i Irmri'vllJit' offer will buy the Constitution of Ocala, Florida ',
but for settled sections
year, of the city. The ne- was preceded by a slight cold one of th,! fI'.lIt" farms In Marion BOARD OF Florida. ,c. _

the following year or two. A diminished gro has grasped the ladies and at- spell that caused the oranges to ripen county, roHBlsMnjj: of <4 acres choice COUNTY OF COMMISSIONERS -"" '

production of 1908-09 will havea tempted to embrace them and usually up, and heavy shipments are being trucking \MVAll! undnr+ cultivation; COUNTY FLORIDA.MARION Jem White 4 Ct. r

telling effect for 1909-10 and per- flees when they scream. Several made daily. Four good hrnrah' "hums, cisterns well. By 8. T. SISTRUNK Clerk LotnIYlU.> IY. -
packing houses of "
baps the succeeding year. times, however, he has struck ladies running full crews and about five are coda grapes from brave, vlnintt" etc. Only 60 Board of County CommIssion.said m.--w....u...UK
cars flrpoi qt Ht'lHr, Fla. Look ere. ...
"I think producers as a class are with his clenched fist and then fled are leaving every day.-New York at It awl ,".."" nffnr. 12-13-5t ptIIohr n.

preparing for whatever the coming j -Pensacola Journal. Produce News. J, It, HACON Hparr. Fla. BANNER ADS BRING FURS G


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I CALLS A try Is addressing itself to the task .
A SPADE ing with can a degree abate. of fortitude that noth THEOCALA

The -- --- The national sense of recuperationis Y
New York Sun founded in the conviction that Mr.
Pays Its
Respects to the Roosevelt has accomplished the self-

Dramatic imposed mission and that he is func- !'"
Actor in the J:
White House. tus officio. His message, filled with i ,

warmed-over aspirations and shop ,
Matters are much Improved. worn alarums, has been received with "

conditions of money are The tentions on abuse in corporate man- indifference and contempt and dismissed -! .J
steadily ap- agement in ways as subtle, as irresponsible A7AAR
proaehlng as the lucubrations of a mind
.... normal. A subdued activ. but excellently devised to '.
fly Is seen in unhinged. Ills homilies and his fulminations -
general business, arouse and inflame the '
and public mind. i
possible to are no longer of concern ,j
i1'8 account of stock Any vulgar and unscrupulous dema- ) }
and neither his
determine recent prt'trn: ion to ""
the extent of the dam- gogue could have done the thing .-
age incurred. future office nor the sublime and dra- ,
The spectacle is with no particular harm '
impressive to the great ,
matic renunciation that he ponders I'
NO .
preceding body politic. But .t
panic ever when the role of ag excites
any emotbn.-Xew York Sun Itt
approached it for the impartiality and' itator and of sower of evil seed is taken

extent tributed.with which the ruin was dis- States up and by the he president goes up and of the down United the TO HAVE COMMAND The Home of Old Santa Claus i t: {

Sinc e tr.
Roosevelt land
came into the engendering discontent, jealousyand Florida Man to Take Second TorpedoBoat
presidency he has conducted an ex- hatred in the hearts of the peopleit Flotilla on Long Cruise --- : :,

traordi ary campaign against wealth, is a very different and a very serious Lieut. Hutchinson Cone, who He !
especially against an invitation to you and asks a visit to our store and ;
corporate wealth, thing. Even in time of over-
and in particular appointed to the naval academy from an inspection of our line of
against the flowing
railroads national prosperity, even in
His hatred of Florida, is to have command of the .
the last named I time of a prosperity more evenly distributed f :.

definition public has obession taken declaration or of the lesion.property form that it of must began an the intellectual be accepted with changed his-:.country in the to history,achieve it and was shared of possible a this disaster than for or ever any Mr.that Roosevelt before other ordi-- fleet second several Lieut.of torpedo Admiral occasions Cone visited boat Evans., when flotilla Pensacola the vessels in the on OftutsiMas! I aDO "qiiai a! Goo s I :j

and it proceeded cumulatively narily could had target practice here. The flotilla
ever ; ensue only in time of -.,
-4 since until it culminated in the present great public depression disappoint has left Chesapeake Bay, and its next I ,

commercial convulsion.Of ment and common misfortune. stop will be San Juan. It will then '.

Mr. Roosevelt's proficiency in lIe had not the slightest apprehension go to San Francisco. Lieut. Cone has Merchants who handle a '
the arts of the the Whipple, which has been in this
politician in the: worst of what he was doing. No of :
significance of that word he has left business intelligence ever entered ray his port on several occasions, as his flag Toys and fireworks' : small line of these goods arc I'

us no room for doubt. A ship, and the torpedo boats are proceeding -
more conscienceless or ever can enter his brain. lie .
or more reckless dema- cannot at a rate of about 12 knotsan invited to look through our
even now understand that
gogue never aicted? this country. By when the president of the United hour.-Pensacola Journal, Gth. stock and get prices before buying their Holiday Line l '

slow and insidious degrees he has States, year after year, unremittinglyassails Beware of Frequent ColdsA .tf

upset the public confidence, arrayed the stability of fourteen billions succession of colds or a protracted ,
class against class and fomented mis- of money invested in a single cold is almost certain to end in Special Prices and Discounts to Public Schools, !

trust and hatred. No one American chronic catarrh, from which few per-
ever approached industry-to-wit, our rail-
disaffecti him in creating a hopeless roids-ha is bound by virtue of the sons cold ever the wholly attention recover.it deserves Give and every Churches and Sunday School Committees and !

[ and unrest in the ranksof weight and tradition of his office to you may avoid this disagreeable Iii!';

labor. He joined a labor union under -I bring about a crash. What did he ease. How can you cure a cold? Why Christmas Tree Candles Free E
conditions of intense publicity; care for a Wall Street panic? A mere I not try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? t \
It is highly: recommended., Mrs. M.
he has constituted himself the champion : disturbance among gamblers and ,
White of Butler, Tenn., says "Several -
II of every known extremity of la- I stock-jobbers? After pulling down the I was bothered with
years ao; my Our 5 and 10 Cent Counters Are Loaded !
!...-J'-bor agitation; he has associated upon house he wonders what made it fall. throat and lungs. Someone told me :

terms of close personal intimacy with Well matters are relatively better, of began Chamberlain's using it and Cough it relieved Remedy.me at I With !

the worst and most sinister figures much better. When confidence is restored once. Now my throat and lungs are Bargains
among those professional disturbersof once more we shall speedilybe sound and well." For sale by all

whom Orchard, Moyer, Pettiboneand ourselves again. But it will take druggists. x '
Hay wood are the familiar I OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK I
expression a long, long time to repair the breaches Closing Out Sale
and he has welcomed themas that have been made, while for
Our entire stock is offered for Immediate -
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the guests of the president of the countless thousands things can never I :

United States in the White House at be the same. For many it is too late sale at very low prices, in order i Fran]{ I P) (G 1aUSOn J I I

t' Washington. All this has been accompanied in life to begin all over again, and to close out our business at once. I :

by the steady denunciationand ,I for yet many others the damage is We have a fine line of Holiday Goods --

sophisticated vituperation of cap:j quite irreparable and beyond the reach and it will pay :you to make your pur- '
ital especially of capital invested in of hope. All credits must be reestablished chases now. Terms of sale, cash. i ; -:y i-ti Commercial Bank .Building Tj '
railroads and therefore in most intimate or else re-created. That is ll-20tf OCALA MUSIC CO

contact with the people; by the i I inexorable; but, happily to people of OCALA FLORIDA
steady aKve of what he called swollen jour temperament, it will come easily Mr. C. I. Grace of Zuber was in the L j : : .
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fortuI1l'\ and by fixing public at i I enough, and already the whole coun city Tuesday. _

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"I } ,fIIJItt iftW'iS :!! ; im IfiJJ' iiH ,\ I -WiNCUJ1ER; FFPRYSSEEDS nesspurilyandreli- .J :

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i Guns, Cartridges and Shotgun Shells ti. cioufi'lencc. Fanners

Out at Cost but > ot a Legitimate Profit t t r '' r r l"+ 11.t .t in because
Sellirjg Selliqg} 1 are easily distinguished from other makes, which I kvetrr M ,f t'l!I \- know they

f De ier Consumer equal them neitherin quality nor reputation big Ir iA m R. "i. -- ..i-T inrjiN : ,
t WSjicl) Should Always Be Satisfactory to end' } Jv-/'/>, "*' ?\k,V/ *. kA 'L'sec' :t4'--oursurcAf" cheap-

%1 4 ': tssertoutby,'abuyin"
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t I i & and tniatworthyI

: : TcA f MARK REG IS U. S, ?',T.OTf. I Ii A % r"''I for F8Ty'b 1"+- Is I'Seed Kt.t. Annual Aditrefa
Diamonds I i UM.rEfiracljuaUfr.uicLilclVEA'
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which appears on every package Winchester

i i 1 goods. The big red \V is to guns and ammunitionwhat I

F the word "Sterling" is to silverware the world I and MACKA
< Necklaces
atches raceiets over. Therefore, for your own protection always : ---r.--...;... -' --:-r'---- ---""""'. -
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w I Big ItCclBonner : f ,'Yr'f"" '<-'''tr.J'I'rit. ?' '. ;oor. I
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Cut Glass gjg 3grgggra! r5 tffa'-i 1 ra

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j Have a full clock of Coffins a-ket* ,

:.\ I and Burial Outfits. Hut-CMl' given to
to see glaring announcements - ----- --
this season the public usually expects i Burial services. '
of merchants and other tradesmen offering 1" STATE EUNIVERSITY NOTES first score was 21 to 0, the second 1 ito I Embalming to Order

A latest in everything ft. The last game with Rollins !
quantities of "the very styles R I ,
refit The football season that closed on
; I resulted in drawn battle, 0 to 0.
at and below cost a f
just from the manufacturer, selling Thursday: December 5, with our 'fiGmWj Cnmm'm( D
found here will to the During the season 10 points were i i I
be prove ,
The stock of goods to g.irneith: Rollins College has been
etc. scored against us, whereas we scored I ;
careful and up-to-date buyer that they are NEW GOODS, on the whole: extremely satisfactory. 53 against opposing teams. Coach I .,". 'lIOb
sold at REASONABLE F.namialb, the management has I
being '
DESIGNS, Forsythe has reason to be proud of ; I .-
b.z;* below cost, however, as that isn't the way we c Dim- out better than during either of his light but active team. As StPtson 1 T"fC"YKh My r.J z : if'i' a D

PRlCES-not: in fact this establishment is our r.:w t\\u preceding seasons. The nuzi- refused to play us, we can justly CURE. : it!{ EPK
charity gifts, :J J !"oofrS..Lt : ,
distribute our !i- r "if games played has been ,
compelled to sell at a claim the championship of the state > l K IT if.[(ow f'' R
and are
of 1 livelihood, we !h'ir! ill extry game the team has play- '
only source The lectures offered by the faculty JEABYfgi
'hnthey fall or ""'''IV vU.w TO eE TL BEST MEOItlht 01 lOMA
obligations "i u.l]L The last three games we
in order to meet our: : due.D under our scheme of university extension >'MET fall, ::'SEAS[ IisToc'JAL 'IIDS
profit SILVERWARE, 1-1 w- greatly weakened by having BESJCSli;=Pfnr{UiZ rtAjH VO KAKS'"UltxD fMXtA)
hue CUT I are being appreciated by the rliGhIMAN'S IS HOT A FOCO BUT"'I'E."*STOW MO-
The immense Tol clagg goods we are offer. -,-a- Dt" the best players on the sick Iculi: ,.vf IT A TIIAl; At0 51'roUfl; ANIMAS! .
schools the !
and other high : high throughout : state.
PAINTED I : -r. and hence unable to play. In the
those who are ,n search of someing I ; Numerous requests have come to us'' fCU): SitE6'ill PETAL\ OaLGGiSTS; KAM'JFACIUREO:; By
win delight I :It- two the team was also
this season for friend. Resides games for these lectures. So far the speakers ACfERMiN&!, 5TEVl\nTFI'itI t T
thing really artistic for a holiday gift a I w. ihI-u'd because of good players be- who have been out are President ,
have one of the most complete ineligible, their college grades I .
line we I
hliday Sledd, and Doctors Yocum, Farr and i 4
till' special FlorIda in SOLID GOLD, STER- I '?.il.ijj; ; bt-Iow the mark set for anyone
in For the future
jewelry Crqw. near quite aj
lines of staple v i-hms to the Universityin Burnett
l ; represent Jerry
fi number of dates tae been arranged | ,
LING SILVERS Etc. collection of the ; I an athletic contest. Yet in spite
attention to our big for other lectures. \
would call especial i if: ILthandicaps no score was
:1 t 'Ve in
which price ;
EIHSON PHONOGRAPHS, range ua.ie! against us in these last three Here's Good Advice I I Merchant

;,I famous Also over .,ooo records of all the most a a in. Mercer won from us ba 0. S. Woolever, one of the best I

from $12.50 to $55. of the day. Call and hear the -,'or.of 6 to 0, yet the local papers known merchants of Le Raysville, N. I
musical selection: Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
: I >a\ Wp outplayed our opponents, andH.IV Tailoring.
l11Hchmcs. with piles, apply Bucklen's Arnica
f splendid tone of these scored upon only by accident.Me.icr. Salve. It cured me of them for good M

too, outweighed us (the writer 20 years ago." Cures every sore, Ocala, Florida. I

l is quoting from one of our players) wound, burn or abrasion. 23c. at Ty- Finest Imported and*
dings & Co';. drugstore. x
Gifts b\' all average of about fifteen pounds Domestic Cloth .

Yours for Holiday r i the man. The next four games we Closing Out Sale Cutting a SpecialtyFits

v on The score at avann h was 6 Our entire stock is offered for immediate Guaranteed.

i to II, and the Savannah team outweighed sale at very low prices, in order -

BURNETTTHE us by about five pounds to I to close out our business at once. HANDY MOTH PAPER

A. E. fht- man. The first game with Rol- i We have a fine line of Holiday Goods,
I A moth destroyer and disinfectantPlaced
]lins played in Gainesville resulted and It will pay you to make your pur-I under carpets or In the folds

HIGH-CLASS }JEWELER m the score of 9 to 4 in our favor, the chases now. Terms of sale, cash. of furs and clothing, It drives away
Twelve sheets in a
moth and! worry.
FLA. two teams weighing about the same. 11-?Otf OCALA MUSIC CO. t
OCALA packet druggistedoeaa
Then came the two games with the six packets. El cents, If
Postoffice Block Riverside Club of acksonville. In the Messrs. C. V. and Lee Miller enjoyed not bays It.
Madigan P wdr Works, Selection 8CfCtarksvill
first of these our antagonists out- a splendid hunt yesterday, as *. lewa.I .
') weighed us; in the second the teams did also Mr. George Ford and several

1 were about the same weight. The other gentlemen. I Banner ads par.IL .
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I love to wander through the wood --
lands hoary, 003
In the soft light of an autumnalday .M.J ... ,..
< T xr
When Summer gathers up her robesof
glory, r
And like a dream of beauty glides .; .. ;: *
away. r

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now t .ro' each loved familiar pathsbe I t ?
w- noWS
lingers .. o,
St'l'ly amlllng through the golden J

',> TtoU8g the mist.wild grape with her dewy w SALE
fingers, I BIG CUT PRICE
Till etfcyst the cool emerald turns to am-

1 w ,
KMHfig( the faint stars of the hazel l ,;
shining w rlr
To light the gloom of Autumn's b. 2z 5
mouldering balls; I 0 ::: rI
t A\Hi hoary plumes, the Clematis entwining -;I In *

Where o'er the rocks her withered -, ->
garland falls. = r 7.

::::: ::: BUGGY. s .
FOR A $75.00
Warn lights are on the sleepy up- .Z... =-" DON'T FORGET THAT YOU GET A CHANCE FOR EVERY PURCHASE AT OUR JANUARY DRAWING 00 .12i

lands waning, I .r- ._ ,
Daaeatb soft clouds along the hori- -
I {.I
lOll rolled ----- -
TV the giant sunbeams through their -
fringes raining, ....

1 lade gold.all the tills in melancholy J I 150 iiggies. FOllr Car. Loads "T ag'o11S. ; 2

'1'&* moist winds breathe of crisp O a = 2-

? leaves and flowers 7':,) ... ---. t-:
In the damp hollows of the wood- -w < -3,

\ )U IUD land showers the sown freshness, of autumnal ii w On account of the great Money panic we arer h

With spicy airs from oaken valleys .
v CO
blown. I
i sN

.;k fteelSe bered the meadow brook ,and on the num- Forced to reduce our enormous stock of Buggies

Where yellow fern-tufts fleck the

faded ground

With The folded shadow.plumbers golden-rod lids bound.beneath nods, their in winter palmy 2 -n a and Wagons. For the Next Thirty Days we will : y

.. < u rr1 2r

On those fringed lids the "Hunni-bee" w w

h looking, e: sell for CASH our

Like a fun-lover loath to say fare -
u Qto >
l: well. ::::: = Z
Or with quick wings fluttering and Z r a cv
intruding r LA

Creeps near her dell, amusing tale

to tell., !. j $85.00 Buggies for. $75.00 r a

: The little lonely birds, upon the hillside i (

Flit noiselessly along from spray to

? Silent spray that as a only; swest-wandering thought 8 75.00 Buggies for.' $65.00 6)) .

Shows its bright wings and softly

t God bless glides the away.poHs.: Nodding good- .. 3 $65.00 Buggies for. 855.00

bye. GOLDEN ROD.A fl4 'a & t7855I00

Real Wonderland 0000 ,
South Dakota, with its rich silver
mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges cor
and strange natural formations. is a W Buggies; $47.50
veritable wonderland. At Mound City i !
In the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a
wonderful case of healing has lately I
occurred. Her son seemed: near death. ....
with lung and throat trouble. "Ex- 7 We will give proportionate reductions on Wagons and
we are z
hausting coughing spells occurred ev- ... ? WAGON prepared to furnish you with TI
five minutes," writes Mrs. Clapp,
cry Our stock of
hind want. HARS T
any you --- am and
I ;
"when I began giving Dr. King'sNew t Buggy Gear---is the largest in ma
Discovery, the great medicine II ::> this of the and OUR PRICES ARE YOURS. We
that saved his life and completely cured -I a section country must sell them so if you need anything in this line..
him." Guaranteed for coughts and
colds, throat: and lung trouble, by Ty-'I Ii----- now is your chance to save money. These opportunities don't come often. Don't forget that we r
dings &: Co., druggists. 50c. and $1. are headquarters for
Trial bottle free. x

Illness of Senator Mallory La D Robes Whips Horse Blankets a c t<

; While there is much to be glad of I 23 e I iluWe Covers MM
In the report that Senator Mallory's < JJ
condition is better than it was shortly :nJ
I w
after the inception of his present MP
illness, the of the whole state I- "-
.E--.. < I
would share the regret of this com- ... .t.=:.j
munity, where be is best known and I I '
best loved, that his runes has been as
severe as it has proved. I' :< I have what yon want, and Mean \JThat: K Q

Mr. Mallcry's singular purity in
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public life has been almost unique,: ii
and is the explanation of his strong i

affection hold on not of Floridians only the votes preserving, but ,the as" -i-: we Say about the price. Come Quick ,

he has done, the high ideals inherited.
'a -
with an illustrious name. His fidelityIs I I
even now illustrated by the fact: '"
that, though he has not been able to!I' z ] ] Ie> M I'1- Yw
ana aYOIH tlie ush.
recover sufficiently to go to the opening -I
22M 1
of congress, his correspondenceIs I c >
attended to in part by his secretary I r
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in Washington and in part bytr.
) .d
Mallory's dictation of letters I DRAWING
; z FOR $15.00
here. :! ri ;: BUGGY.IvNIGHT nzl'
I. 1 -
t While his health has not been good I t __ = :+ gI
tor some years, and bis present illness I :
Is serious, the people of Pensacolaand I fi

know of that the he whole is not tate in will a critical be glad condition to-i K: IT I rLrr: fT1 &: L. ""1'r ..:{

and from one end of the state i .. .. ..
to the other will join the wish toot i m ..L. .. G>>J C

be will soon be able to be out again.i I m + -
-Pensacola Journal. i 1 Z.J i ....
I 1 8 :che V.eJ..T.J..Le.I Ir
Abraham Badly Brown Mixed of Winterton.Up r .; D ealer's Q <

Y., had a very remarkable experience. i
He says: "Doctors got badly mixed up I iI I ? D
over me; one said heart disease; two
called it kidney trouble; the fourth!I 2 4 M
t blood poison, and the fifth stomach OCALA ,
and liver trouble; but none of them i a u i }i LOR .
helped' me so my wife advised trying I i IDA ;
Electric Bitters, which are restoring i I U .,
me to perfect health. One bottle did I ...
me more good than all the five doctors -- -- --- t"4I
prescribed. Guaranteed to cure & LANG'S KNIGHT & LANG'S KNIGHT & LAKG'S tJ ,
blood poison, weakness and all I KNI T &
I I L.\XQ'S t
by stomach Tydings, liver& Co.and, kidney COIDl'lalnts'1 CUT PPJCE "vEHICLE SALE CUT I-PRICE\!GIlT & LANG'S ,rr



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-( _. --=. the rpwtacie: man the btaetemilth. K* ud W waag IW Is wt Aid of lit t. ..... .............. ......'....................... . .... ...................

tsaa carlng in tka middle fJf theru4d almost a 100(. TM1.....r. a julllant '

wad had hammer nul tim at u... W1... It s..4 this eMIt .
shouting: -Tlold Lin oxnni! IIoM Ma of builJlog a mill. and. ta.cin.Hc: that :
Red downVhy! do you let him fnrnp op the prkv wu U low per acre aa any "i-
Saums like that? If I was on that home F'i laud tL( ) coup b&Y. ot tained. Iiod :
show you! A W, thaw it is
: agate. cloned tU UirgidaL 1 t.aJt11. .
& CO. ;
Stop him! KEATING
Wop him! .
* ay At this point tM Mirf4cla rra 4e to arrange for the dt..jXlhl.l of : i

; HENRY WALUCEfV three enormous I leaps for the b rlt, th ir jwoduct. and when: : Ire expkin4 1 '
PnUl.1's.CvP smith as though he had Unuers4eod. to bin partner what tHt cxxikl N t.o a- I .
The smith cat dignity to the WII&:; ably 1.oIII. to du la that line the r.:3Ir I : 41 41t

&.l 'llcClure.. i & and went over the raarcet fence in the tort I It* liiki tint of uurcUty: end bei
OuCUJI\b! J. I style that little: boys when ccti*4 ftc Ixtle' '
: ctme a good :pro>)Altio:1.:: :
I rail! "stomach who jx-r." or words tofiat I had en.J(vil :.t lM t .tnsa a<- ;u*;::'., 1
efTe't. :and tOok his next br.ntktto anew who would be g'fiJ to deal wtJi I WHOLEAL DEALERS '
--- minute later. He hATI I LIQUOR
(ContinUed might the ctralghtforward l uaH. ftu1UW. I. f ;
from Last We k.) saved the labor, a. the horse whrekI l The night after thtl ultg of tie 1 .

0:1: one foot find pulled fairly for tt,. dee'de ted wW to llii Mettle: "Vre .; -t

CIf.\pTIR picket fence opposite.: bed r,;r*.t 9 the YII. the absence of borders a t the ,!LerpIlckats tomorrow night:, MiUlt. If yon NXIiJ : : j
a n..t morntng there ws : loocied ne 'r crowd In front or tie hou.. fur resets. The horse was OTf with: her hair facraaibled to (-uIL<.> ia r..nJ ; ( I

I \l'ht. : have you Lcl"D fining 1'U little d.tmrTe-a! slight cratch give you a lift, would you feel dual Ocala Florida01d i i
tlet--- ; {}'lil't'raskwl 1IM1I: : ('ho':, to roubc Ua. tpmpor. bnv-r...r. to it?' : *
"ICl ;m'rrlentt. 'f, : 1
'()r.'r! : Le whaled away with both hi: .c.ring; a ho. tt1e'" I'e' feet asd parts of the fence lan'nt a you a great favor: in each things Will. ;: .
t tu'a'' i :.'\ St\ll\'rl: "Seems to 11\' i hundred fcvt off. Then a dash throne( : but you know I jn-rfoetly well thn>re'.. .. ;;
e1u 'e tla cvet hl're." I
":!o C:: : clrr aa lost ancient grape arbor, and they w..r"1 nobln; I'd rather do" re-plied; : lilts .... ...N+.......W$... :
to view of tha road. coma reek' Mattie with a dimpling umile. 'How i :
"m. nl1. tt, bt'I!I) l:1e nob!"' Iw less saall boys scampered after bm 1 over, it adds to the plasure of It to ;

bal, II Mrr-ieloa that thorn would 1,., the majority pre/erred to trace Uuprogress have It put in that way so I won'tcomplain. 'I.

. Ul'jtY' ion.* If she LUO-.V what; "kind of a : of the eonillet by the abortinal !/ Til just have my ECJ>;>'r ; J
Lta'xt' it xvnc.v.ho. l :'Ycria>P," that came from t:>::)(>- first and then you men can talk over \\4 Orders Are Filled the Day TheyArrive
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had mumc-d with Uixi i here in behind: the old bouKts.There 'your business undisturbed.. ;
are ry!J,.. s";. was: in the I I .
they go"! |
.. secret [ poi up & shrill! I "You will not-you'll eat with the + .
---i. T';; tlnno arri ,l. leadajr, very volee l of the sinai boy briga& "Rlsht i rent of us!" !I -

| uuh! .. Rrt Mr. Uptim Lad sUd It through'Mis' I1avLtiL >d ben moans! Yon I I "Yee but you etockholders" Th4: j,
"'1::i a bucli.-tla, fat and hearty from ought to see thorn hens: iiy: :" The ir.umyhaiit .- ,, word tad an Import to Miss 1 Mattle a .

10:1;s resjin*. othir.;;; could bo more :;k.'() U beyond ths reach of I I something. If not regal, at lortrt a kinship : t. <

lodle than the pen.:arc lower Up and \vorJs. SiniuiUnoouu tHiuawfclng: Tt'riI I. to tbe kin>? Undr her : .'
the iaeak curve of the! ueck.\ Nothing fie>l the remark as well all a feminine !I cy lay a re.;: ;act for the OOUlOCns.\: \ < -.- *
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cuuU be core eN tradh tory than the I voice urging a violent: protect, cat i tutlon Impersonal an int*mil part claw < :
Il;bt of iu eye a brooding. baleful hurt by a siTfxim: of terror, and the.' tbo of the stata-In fail a mlnoeovervlifury -- < Z

fire quietly biding its time. I slain. of a door. The Inhabitants of within nn wapire. ; :
". ('nthr, frIend4r'! crowd IlM w he 'ails.' Dtivkeos" Lou- Instantly ap- "StockLolder youi-wolf:" retorted Itrd.I I'Dent
put his foot In the stirrup. "Don't be- eared thrown the front door a+t kin;;: you pall me naux1iat -*." I OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT : it-t

too proud to take to timber!f the t-U.X't't. "\, do. you nwan, Will?" asked I i i : .

He swnujc over M lightly as a trapeze To sLoT: the erruticrtij o/ fate, no Mlb Mattlo. with wide opened eye';. :
performer, deftly catching his sooner had they rl'\dwJ the road .\D "I mean youro a fatockLoltler as good RYE Uncle Joe. . . . . . . . 1.00

: other KtinTjkv The horse groaned and f ed's uuunt cit-rtrM the parapet of tJu as anybody. You've got half my IItOCk'l ; Per Gallon i Royal Reserve. . . .. . . . 1.00 :
I shivered.Don't. Ll'itlgln a single leap I beautiful Now, hoM on! Ju it listen. : : 4I .
a I I Star. . . . . . . . .$ 1.50 I Maryland Rye. . . . . . . 1.00 to
Ii J let him get his head down! leap, and canx down upon them in I queer run llattle from the regulation I 01I t I
.' col dins Itt Don't your: screamed Mr. the road. I poInt of vle-w. this company of o'ir<. .I.01: Red Rock Rye. . . . . . 1.75 Pilgrimage. . . . . .. . . . 1.25 :

Ujitou Iu wild excitement.: All\ got wit of ttu way but a t11"I'I-1 in'I I!'I Keystone. . . . . . .. . 2.00 Cascade. . . . . . . . 1.25 t .

f. Ked threw the bridle over the horn year-old, forgotten In the exrfteiuent. and nosia' I Belle Isle. . . . . . . . 2.50 i Fern Hill . . . . . . . 1.50 0 '
tr the saddle. "Go it, you devil:" Upon this small hid fallen flat in tie seen the prj'ln and poiln' :t

cried he.nJ they wont. Six feet road lion the powerful man and 1 around them Boston men dM before' (: Log Cabin. . . . . . . 3.00 i I Strauss' '76. . . . . . . 1.50 : 1

t straight;; hi the air first pass. The I horse. Then there were frantic cries; i they took holt of the Chanta See bee I I : Keating's Pride. . . . . . 3.00 i Oscar Pepper (bottled in bond) . . 1.50 t .
crowd tI tiered of warning. fifty feet between tbv I and made It a stock company: One I )-
at that, as lieu requested.give! the brute Theyhurried I jounpster and those mangling hoofs- feller was the ablest durn fool I ever''''I' : King of Kentucky. . . . . . . 3.00 : Mount Vernon . . . . . . 1.75 0 i

fP.t4 tlu l t'.t>u(>fit of his 2T Jn :at; they touched I twenty five! The crowd gasped. They I come aerosst I used to let on I didn't. t: Uncle Joe. . . . . . . . 3.50 Queen's Taste. . . . . . . 2.00 :

"''1 r' 11. and his opiwneat jTunted; when I I were blotted together! Not :'0. .\: I savvy anything about It. 'Now, :t- !' : Pilgrimage. . . . . . . 4.00 I I CORN i
In fflt the of It. rocketed I mighty hand had snatched the !h >i :: plain to me' says I to him. 'You say '
Jar They I : you haw so many fhnrecf the:02: J : Fern Hill. . . . . . . . 5.1)(1', Mountain Corn . . . . . . $ .75 : :
r\ and i K-oehetted; they v.vre here, they away In that instant of time Ho \\ : :
"'l.rtt're., they were everywhere, the I safe and verb indignant ia a host .i.i'. stock,' waving ray baud to a l.n 'h n:' l*' Strauss'76. . . . . . . 5.00 i'I' Elk Valley Corn. . . . . . . 400 .

i liuckaklu" squealing! like a pig and fljjht.iS I huddled heap in the (ditch L:,' the roadside critters in the d1sta n(;e. "What iiartj'' : CORN I.1 Old Harvest Corn. . . . . . 1.00 'rf
"*:' h with tnir.ce of the strength I but alas for hon <,n ** ( every ; .ed sud:Ii share of each animal? and doe tV : Tennessee . . . . . . . .$ 1.50 :! GIN ... "'"..
I Ii The buckskin not u ro
1 f'4-t!' lay In ha steel strum; leg> The 'I
t.u-'t: N.e: in clouds:. ; Red's hat Hew Inn I Ir feats, and when Jled's: weight \'.a>- last man get the hoofs and the t.'il: '! f North Carolinan Corn. . . . . 1.75 ;: London Cordial Gin. . . . . . .$ .75 i :

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Tl! explain it to you. j
struck his feet together
: :>!>ed his stride .
the crowd '
!!: war y.'iliug-like more i and don they: went, while the in to teli me that 'stock didn't ne:es- ; Mountain Corn . . . . 2.50 ; Gin Phosphate. . . : . . 1.50 : ;
men':." <. Now nUll lli 'n a glimpse of !: lot :it
the rider's ''l' cUld! l; caught, trnIl5- I I foot deep dudt sprang into the air like I: sarily mean tn-ef' crtttrrs'aut! a I Elk Valley Corn. . . . . . 3.00 Citron Tree Gin . . . . . . 1.50 i
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more things whilst old man Ferguson, :
[ porte\! with 'y of the struggle; then I an explosion.Miss : who putttns the deal through i ( "OLD HARVEST". . . . . . 3.50 Gordon's Dry Gin. . . . . . 1.50 .
the of !i was i j '
Mattle rushed to scene
the dust \\'tlU' rull and hide eve:") .
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thing. 1o fine eras more LKeastrl at I the accident! followed by everybody. i, stood listening and chewing his teeth I ,: GIN RUM :

a, Young LctUs equally frightened was thinking I was going to give our friend | '': Swan. . . . . . . . .| 1.50 New England Rum. . . . . . .$ .75 : f
bee hee at the wind- 1
; the frolicsome : .
close beside her. ,j But I stood solemn and never! .: Tom Gin. . . . . . . . 1.75 Jamaica Rum. . . . . . . 1.00 i
( billed? she crtt.il. I up.
(41. ROOMS HARD TO HEAT "Oh. Will are yixi
JOij4OLD I| And then a voice devoid of any slas even drew a smile for fear of queerIng j' : Geneva. . . . . . . . .. 2.00 Imported Jamaica Bam . . . . 1.50 .

"I" The coming of-the cold weather I of weakness, but loaded :o the breakIng ; Ferguson. Well Clara the proper i[ + London Dock . . . . . . 2.50 MALT T
to start a company-make It as
wrath told in such language : .way
gives rise to the question of how best I point as with had never been heard In : dreary and long winded as possible.Wo ; :, .:. Holland Gin. . . . . . 3.00 I Ullman's. Malt . .eo . . .. .$ .75 :.

i* of ralrHeld that the o'"nl'r"us still aIn't don that, and perhaps well RUM I'' Bowman's Malt. . . . . . H. 1.00 .
and : :
beat those hallways r
i to rooms
the rules and j
broke for breaking
the house that seldom if ever warm much alive. Mattle! Hun away aullet I:' -go then your stock won't bo worth a cuss I :. New England Rum. . . . . . .$2.50 I BRANDY : }:

up, no matter how big a fire there "I:me cn away cuAr, shrlelcod Ked. lli': !i So don't you get excited about it. I'': Jamaica Rum . . . . . . 3.00 I Apple Brandy. . . . . . . .$ 1.00 t

cc41aivd into the arms of Let- wanted the Saunders family to bo rep- ; WINE Peach Brandy. . . . . . . 1.00
may be In the furnace or other heatIng Mattie : !I tonti\l. Pretty boon the old lad with : I .

tls. I tho none vclll be around, and you'll ] : Catawba . . . . . . . .$1.0 California Cognac. . . . .. . 1.00 .1

apparatus. of the difficulty The dust settkvl rouM enough so horM that and the ,, haw a chance to read about the 'par- i I'! i Port Wine . . . . . . . 1.50 I'': Hennessy Cognac. . . . . . .. 2.00
The best way out antous"l1l l' t< stoves-and the former re:Jtinii easily as if! tins of the Grot part' and V cx'S-l joins j|, i Blackberry Wine . . . . . 1.50 1\\ Pellison Cognac. . . . .. . . 2.50 :
Is the wy of auxiliary nan; of the party and 'noICtJM! and 'be- I ;-
of these 1t would be difficult to find he had had latter enough sitting athletics In the for ruad.Neither one. ,I hlnd.iibi' and the art: of the yappi: : Sherry. . . . . . . . . 1.50 !II SWEET GOODS i '

anything*so handy and at the same day and showe th.i any Intention of rls : them: lawyers suing BO that honest California Cognac. . . . . . 3.00 (II Rock and Rye. . . . . . . .$ .75 rI

time so clean and economical as thePerfection Ing. i[ then won't" know what the devil l they're !I 1 :+ Imported Port. . . . . . . 4.00 i Peach and Honey . . . . . 75 : :'i
| up to I Ii I
Oil Heater. safe ''\Vhafs tho matter, Mr. Sacads.: "Oh. Will! How can I ever thank I II : Imported Sherry. . . . . . ..00 Banana Brandy. . . . . . . 1.00 :
is absolutely ?" ln To begin with it are you hurt I your cried MVi Mattie: her erw fill- BRANDY I Apricot. . . . . . . . 1.00
The wick can be turned as high or as mist re&;. and Tetra9bie !' : t ;
't without danger. But "l'k.'a e go 'way. rsa'aq" slt.l Ul"tt :1 lag. It rtt taed a reat : Blackberry. . . . . . . .? 1.50. kI' High Life. . . . . . . 1.00 :
as! possible i position to tow gentle! l lidy to ba alI i I' f .

perhaps the most desirable feature of waving 5ila arm. tarl-I'm pcrlfictly : sttckhol&r in tte o 4TX itioc. It '' : Apple Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00 Ij il WINES .

al is its convenience. The Perfection 'Tci sure hurt.you're" she persisteI. heih- ;, wasn't tb> nxaatary value of too j'I + Peach Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00 i I'' C ataw b a. . . . . . . . .$ .75>>

on Heater can easily be carried to sun her you're grmind. ov.llo tell us 1 thing; it was the prkk of plrtoa j i .t. SWEET GOODS :i Port. . . . . . . . 75 +
more lug "If: you don't know hOW'U"t: try. :
.. any part of the house where be a cold what can pomlbly 1. tbe mattt'rUb: | rrturatxl Red. "You give the other I : Rock and Rye. . . . . . . .$ 2.00 :II: Sherry. . . . . . . . .75 1 .
It may "
bedroom heat Is required.a chilly hallway or a sick you'Very" well" returned the exas three 6tockhoo>rM a good fi*l tom 01'I I : Peach and Honey. . . . . . 2.00 ";; Blackberry. . . . .. .. .. . .75 !

room. Or you can use it to heat the Crated cxj\n"iacht'r' "l wUL My < : Banana Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00 ''I Scuppernong. . . . . . . .75 i
bathroomvhile you take your morning pants, ma'am nave suffered In | : Apricot Brandy. . . . . . . 3.00'JWe will ship, express prepair, following packages: e
now in a Cat .
bath-then dress by it-and and then eat ditlon turn up to make my apivarance In |K>- : : OLD HARVEST NORTH CAROLINA CORN ; Four bottles "BALTIMORE" Rye. . . 2.90 '

carry it to the dining room The occasions lite society dlfflcult If not impossible' ; : (Not Prepaid.) ;'I Twelve Bottles "BALTIMORE" Rye. . 8.50 :

{; t your breakfast in comfort called into now please go 'way. and bomchodj .i 1 : One full quart . . . . . . .$ 1.00 Four quarts "ROYAL RESERVE" Rye. . 3.50. :
f In which! \ It can lie horse blatiet. t j I. I
a z. 10.00'
use are numerous-ami once you have fetch It Is me regrettable that the discoinjSture i : Per case of four full quarts. . . . 3.50 Twelve quarts "ROYAL RESERVE" Rye. . 0

tried the Action Oil Heater, you'll of the postmistress was r >.,vive.1. !. : Per case of 12 full quarts. . . . . 10.00 Four quarts "SUWANNEE": Cora . . 3.50 :

wonder wl/you> ever troggW thro' with undisguised hllarltxi :. :.!h"... |I : This whiskey received the highest award at the Four quarts "HOLLAND" Gin. . . . 350 : ii
and Ul'taJ!:.. ..: t. J! ,
without one. Another ket was produced I 4,: \; . . 3.50
.1 cold winter smokeless burner. in InJiim dignity, marr-nl: \1': .. :t-l..- : I It Cotton Exposition, Atlanta Georgia. !. Four quarts :"BOWMAN'S Malt. i

r""J Jbvama.se is the unpleasantnesses in his left leg for he had cur::"' ;:" "( I CASE WHISKEY Per Quart. Four quarts "APRICOT" Brandt . . 250 of the .- la.\.1 l
whi h
which prevents that perhaps any have given you a Mother felt Earth through with a fore.-all that tool o: Baltimore: . . . . . . . .$ -To ; Four quarts "PILGRIMAGE" Rye. . . 5.00 *

poor idea of oil heaters in general. ItIs soft itself dust. : King of Kentucky . . . . . . ."5 I I. Four quarts "STRAUSS' ""76 . . . 6.00 :

very handsome In appearance and "Bring that durn fool horse a ons.: : : .
finished in nickel and he called over his shoulder. Buck;km .. .
is beautifully I .
nave:: and followed his owner. There : 4.+.s+.+;................. :
: jlpall.: in JWe now; he !cokedthoughtful. *
for the long i bras no light I
comfort + K .
home and
.. Lamp lie too .
winter evenings is the Rayo trickle of blood! down his .

which can be used in any bedroom.room in the It there nose. was Verily a It had been a bard t f i Send for. i

house-from parlor to fought field.s a
makfnr the '
burner anxious to see
has the latest improved both men were
it unusually safe and clean, and III IIIas 1 !nv of the land aeon as po illt' I '
'.0 Jleal lamp for all-around house- lied that "took day: after hl3 the llk Iamo.Wl'rt'e in the wagon. re --. -- --- .; ... i Our Price List .

hO Heater and thenayo paired content to wait until his leg j jKEATIING

:t The Perfection Oil do to was loss sort' for horseback r!. ln;. ..
Lamp, combining as they There followed a busy two eeks Six Jilt 8.af\1ho in' the nr. .

make the house warm and cheerful.are for them Mr. Permit had some money( row and the thaiis will be up to you. .+ *........4***......*.*.***
valuable] additions to any home he wi bt"l1 l to rut into the enterprise. Hello!\ !: There's, the: old lad now!" asa + w
should be without uaWe aMbunce was trumpet bla,+t tvtnr Mt from: tae .
household his inert Tc
4hA no but
moderate'price r )ugh knowled of front pol'1h.tO1\. oust take mxne pmi'" Ii
j&m. They are sold at a ot course, h5L t ) \ '
of the country. tlw to blow your no>e like that I've :
by dealers everywhere. the nvanu'e toonJ an adminbfe site for the I hard jackikj**.* that odd not brcy \ +

Eating They stone barn hbh had: In the aiiie c1a.w! .h that BtOc: old: 1. CO.
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After mill m an
I; For Feeling Stomatb of dettdat1on almost ; gent--come ia. Cane lnl You iM da't ..
"1 b "used Chamberlaln's etool tbs. rave .
the atLz"
for SOlDe time Ilt'tf'l mining ezberkne pound' rally a
Tablets untmlairo.l.
t and Liver they have done that the creek could easily i Thus adjurt the lawyer made lis: :
and can testify that told him ..
I have and that wsth and *Ies Mattie boeomc la
tablets ft6 entrance
barD. I
L me more good than any ifumed to the !
used. trouble was a heavyavid obwa Qt the others to i due and Invoh-wd courw of kv a :
i after eating- the W1IlM the eWMf or BtockhoWer la the rairfekl Slrtw-
dull feeling These this looatioo they I Ocala Florida
Kempt Nova Scotia. They weaaionJshe board ManuftkCtnrtag cooipui. !
} reeman, propefty rot a prke. I ,
the stomach and the me D&I PairfieW to Activity Kb a
.. tablets strengthen They .i wbeQ they reot1'Hd rose very ..
Iftprove the digestion. They hI4 oaolo b1 tn.bertw.ce: to i small giant refreshed. Tame! and
elate the liver and bowels.but cost no urea. It to whom U was a white elef I their huavy load kept the totepa tI table i............. ........... ... ..... ........ ..... ..... ..........................
are far superior to pills at at drug a man moat eia peratlixg sort dust in constant oocaootJoa. A
',morn, Get a ''free sample pmt the I
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the::1'farmer. thus to uiTerUis raisigrain aa ,inducement aLu iu iilem-to I 0 ,Q Z......................... ..............................t......................... i ,..-

ally straw "S.) we can ketch 'em on .......E I :::: .
both ends, tot,'' as lied p'U it. i :
Tin- time seemed like: onrbauticeat: to
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Mist I Mattle. .\Sl bringer of the tidings ---
:l:!d a stockholder In the companyshe :: J AK Ib i ..-4' ,
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had risen to be u person; of lmi!>ortan jABE: .r', .'- -
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bet more delightful yet was the spirit: !j i
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of holiday: activity which inspired and : --< ;
pervaded: the place! I C .. -
lit-*} had insisted on operating o: .. ....... i.!!;
the liiies that are !laid down with rui.- .
road -pikes in the western coxmmu --- -
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mach! as possible. Therefore the cmH t t', "-
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-1".11. rr.u'nni, but tft' tf paint." C' ,:J: '!:

ttiaery orders went through ilr. Fur
rri. the blacksmith, initiatlLj; that eu'-- na

worthy money man into without the doing mysteries auth:.ofmnkicg ; E- I Sour Sweet Mixed Dill Chowchow j

miracle for it, which to him.seemed Everything little! less that than cou?U! +. Chutney, Gljili Sauce, I Eil

be bought:; through; local people was -ntnlr.el t

more, but in it that brought way. more It cost money a tr.n it-, Tartar Sauce Sauce ";"'' "I'

the place and enabled the vUlaBew to. F i Mandalay i .. I
portal of the enliveacient v.:iuiti.: .
the feeIng! that it Ranuec
was a

she feast tried and The to it postmistrvss furnish, is painful n Na furnished to 3 aiM paint.:.thvIialnt f...u.:.' I Lilly Hot, India Relish, Midget Pickles, Olives in Bulk. (I II I. : .: tom'Set=t:;

.a- -No.. '1 price arguing that she v; .s
'poor, tome wJmdn st.'uglii4: : ::'" :'
an ur.charUnbKvtirld! and TLai thIccrvaseii -' 20 and 30"lb Buckets Mincemeat Condensed
Mincemeat Jars Mince i at
: proflt tooth do tl\'' < \.1.1'11. l.,
erabl JP share. lie v..,::!tl v.-lilLigl!>: ha .." :....'... meat, Cans also of Cranberry Sauce Apple, Quince and Currant t i: ,
her a present of the ditYei'kto. ;)1.: c --

dij ,not eil out ti of the it least by man intenddiou orTtey -0,1.,"',: E Jelly, Sweet Pickle Peaches i:3:: {F$

ha a very funny debate in [I' : +

sIx doini..ate Tute. wherein voiuili.ity the masculine the and feminine fuud prin.-t*>tr.d.::..u.:i. E.. t* Evaporated Peaches, Apples Prunes Maple Sugar Maple Syrup Shelled I r; t tunj

gust that the method: dl:!tn't \\";'.. l I.:. : ,
lUten-.nl most resroctfulay a .. :, \,,.. = Almonds Edam Pineapple 1 and all other k' j:! i:: t) ,,. a'
rrplifd: "Yes. ma'am but tie >:: cheese "
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paiut. us SoIa': : I
1"1fnt-tully old paint whit Puddings
Fruit ,
Cak .
It. Thl .
stuff Is like white !' : 11:" : s ,
-cber.! We're going; to put OJ'! 2 and pound oa
: 5 packages. -
ewell front up at the :-ill! :--d v'" T .
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got to Lave the right! thinj" :v'J.1 {;
last the pat.at: :tress said :' _, :f'
would. her ie&;.wt for tl' i": e'r '
pincher havli.-, ri--
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meantime. i Our famous Royal Scarlet Brand Canned Goods of .Fruits i -- tl,4- ft

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:: : The very finest goods put up. i ::: "..
National assets $l,500Oi"Mooi\iiu.>

Farm wealth, $1.U*. ,uoo.l I ...- :: Anchovies, Herring and Mackerel, Whole Wheat, Graham, Rye or Buckwheat Flour -- ;
Mineral production, annually $;J.- -- : D ti
In fact we have a full and complete assortment of GROCERIES, and can ff',iV'eou '. 11'
000.000.000. I>-- s whatQuality '
...... yoU want. -- j:< V1
Export domestic merchandise, annually -- ,r -'-

H.S02.147.000.Manufacturing:,! J1,753J1S,000.products annually I :: i Governs the Price. =: I; \ f.W.1

Live stock, total value, U$75I\O' ) mind the for better of 1 ::: -A
In comparing price, bear lit quality a grade goods for the same mane !::
000.Seven f"- want jour business. In return guarantee full value for ythe cheapest.
cereal crops, 19')7, $:?2,37S
000.Wbeat Cotton crop crop., 1907 1907., $500,000iM JG75.000.uOu.+
Corn, 1907. $1.330.000.000.
Hay. 1907. S5CO.OOO.OOO. I + ...... ,
Dairy products 1907. $173.7t>5om." i lam".u r
Poultry and eggs, 1907, $6(11),000U1,1(1.1 g.- _.uf
Money in circulation >.. nitn, ..- __
$3:2u: i < !io > I I II ..
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Money in federal treasunJJ4:; 1-4),-j ==
00.Lumber I 0... .: Yours for more and better business ...,>
production, 19')7. ,55"-"' II + I

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I have 'w'- choice fruit :suitable; I : t: 1-
fer Chrism + '
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log orders for at following prices: i : __ t.411 .
AU Oranges $:.50 per box. I j .. r. .
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All Grapefruit, $3.50 per box. i I .. :0' It ,.
Half Oranges, halt Grapefruit, $JJ! : ..... .l.
per Nothing tae but the best of fruit is j I--! :-- t......................... ........................t.............................." ..... ,.\. ..... ;,, t.
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i tar we good offer cash.condition a Ocala few second Music at a Co.very hand low organs S-17-dwtf price in,!I Ii UlUUUUUhU'aea, ,' : : : E{ .-tISUU"UU"lU

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