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OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13 1901.
J. J. GERIG, Mgr.
Mor : Te PArm WILL eOT
PAWN AT TW 8rso THF MxANIWHO
K4SUIM WU LY AND WITHOUT MUIT
m 3 C-T=O OFT TH MI.L; MO
WIUL IT KMK T oKAM WO IB Gn OIn
88BA m m mRL Sat wr.
I.u% 4s- didBH thework.
Flw w en a kl ds atTrozher's
P m*Bof dethes, mobby ad
ch Mp at FrfttMBe I+
Dme Mwl rs turned home ftom
em 611ad ty frw the holeays.
Mis Viehor, of MU-tgOmery, Ala.,
is the guest fe Mn. Ed COmlebael.
T hebaMtoAe ought not to count
very mush gaint youthful ambition.
Mr. Jamse eeley, of Jacksonville,
Wpent Sunday in the city visiting his
regesby mbew 1forXmas proeatso
at Whelry's, also I emuly's pekage
Red baam, nmappers, eea trout and
frew& water trout received daily by
Otto Mente at the city market. 12-13
Hebert ti good at everything but
eletin mayomers-but no one person
mgt be expected to be good at every-
Mr. J. R. PNbwd, of Valdosta, Oa.,
b esigmed hi e position with the
Oeala st fm landry and is now with
Mr. R. Ioet's dry good's emporium-
Mte ~ily Ford returned Tuesday
after u after a two month's absence.
e lab r prUes of wteh time was
p t Aismelumat, the guestof Miss
A ew range has been put in the
Om Me Hoe Ukteeen and other im-
bt have been added. The
*dimd nam wINl be opened for diamwr
A eaAd,c g Or la grippe canbe
lpp ed i the bud, with a dose or
two ofr Foley'k Hoey and Tar." Be-
ware of bsatitutes. Anti-Monopoly
Mr. Wig 00Comn res mtured from
_New York where he went to purchased
the Cbrst s stock of goods for the
OMala Male company. He has a
heautifl line and Invites everybody
to iwpeet them..
KMIs Elarje Barkadale, of Augusta.
(da.. arrived in Ocala last A saturday
aftwo is and t the guet of her cous-
in, Mimses lola and Jobnnie ULddon.
Sbrwas ene of the attnd-nt at the
u c.P.tfter we-ddin. -
Mr. Iaph Birdey. formerly of
Oeak but who now has a government
isem ian Havana, Cuba, arrived
weiesaw sernoon and will spend
several weeks in Ocala with his
ametbh, Mrs. 8. S Birdsey, 8r.
Mr. W. D. Fdwmars, manager of
Hay's sew York Reeket Store, at
Du-ml ma, has moved his ensure stock
e grm-nwde to the commodious
Lv4tO r new store building. This
eme Is as an-d doing an excellent
Tb~a few aUments so unomfor-
easpails, sWt they can easily be
.E yMag Tuaer's Buckeye Pile
te e. DIsef fellows its use, and
Piano tuning. If you want good
work 1 at Weihe's or the Ocala
News Co. t
Mrs. Abe Uddon, of Birmingham
Ala., is the guest of C. A. Liddon and
hamly, having come to attend the
Ms. William Pendleton came up
EBus to attend the Lddon-Petter
wedding. Hbe was the guest of Miss
lol9 UdIoo while heme.
obert's Ch Tonic cure fevers,
hilsaland malaria. It destroys the
germ. We guarantee It. Price 2Scts.
W. Anderson. t
Mr. John Daly, of Apalaehicola, is I
In the city, the guest of Mr. C. A.
Liddon and family. He came to at-
tend the wedding of his school friend,
Mr. Mallory Liddon, and was one of
Malarial poison, chills and fever are
positively cured by using Robert's
Chill Tonic. 23ets, your money back
if it fails. Wm. Anderson. t
Dr. J. W. Castel, the prominent
druggist of Dunnellon, and a valued
friend of the Banner, has just this
week moved into his own building
and has one of the best appointed and
prettiest drug stores in the state. Dr.
J. 0. Baskin, a leading physician and
another of our friends, has his office
Chas. Replogle, Atwater. 0. was
In very bad shape. He says: "I suffer-
ed a great deal with my kidneys and
was requested to try Foley's Kidney
Cure. I did so and in four days I was
able to go to work again, now I am
entirely well." Anti-Monopoly Drug
The Ocala Banner has no words to
say In disparagement of the young
men who opposed Mr. Fishel in the
race for mayor. A vote for Mayor
Fihel was in no way a vote'in con-
demnation of them-they simply en-
tered the race at an inopportune time.
Being young, upright and ambitious,
their time will come later on.
In sluggish liver, Herbine, by its
beneficial action upon the biliary
tracts, renders the bile more fluid, and
brings the liver into a sound, healthy
condition, thereby banishing the sense
of drowsiness, lethargy, and the
general feeling of apathy which arise
from disorder of the liver. Price 50
cents at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m
Major Robert Emmett Davidson. a prominent
business man of Charlotte, N. C., is in the city
to be one of the attendants at the wedding ot
his niece, Miss Lois Mims to Mr. Hal Carlton, at
the Methodist church in East Pount, Wednesday
evening. Major Davidson will be the guest of
Mr. John F. Mims,'at her home in East Point
-Atlanuta Journal. DIc. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton who are trav-
eling in Florida on their moneymoon
will spend Sunday, Monday and Tues-
day in Ocala, the guests of Mrs. Carl-
tou's aunt, Mrs. M. C. Juhan.
Putting food into a diseased stomach
is like putting money in a pocket with
holes. The money is lost. All its
value goes for nothing. When the
stomach is diseased, with the allied
organs of digestion and nutrition,
the food which sto put into it is largely
lost. The nutriment is not extracted
from it. The body is:oweak and the
blood improverished, The pocketcan
mendid. The stomich can be cured.
That sterling medicine for the stomieh
and blood. Doctor Pierce's Golden
IT IS AsGAI NMtAO FISNIEL
Latest Style of
Shoe for Mea
In the election last Tuesday the
above named gentlemen was re-elect-
ed mayor by a very decided and hand-
Having made a most painstaking
official, devoting a large part of his
time In kooking after the city's needs,
we never for a moment doubted that
he would receive a verdict, of "well
done" from the people of Ocla
He received the vote of the conserv-
ative, substantial business men of the
city, and has every reason to congrat-
ulate himself over the result and his
friends rejoice with him in his mag-
His large plurality is a complete
vindication of his administration of
affairs for the past twelve months.
When the result of the day's battle
was announced he was the recipient
of many floral offerings from a num-
ber of ladies, a midnight serenade
from some young men, and was shown
other evidences of the place he holds
in the hearts of our people of both
TheOcala Banner tips its hat to the
newly elected mayor and hopes his
bond admin~emrattom will be as pru-
dent, cautious," creditable and fault-
less as his firt, and that when he re-
tires to private lif he will do so with
Theesas Seat late Exile.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go to
anotherelimate. Butthisiscostly and
'not always sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption will cure you at home.
It's the most infallable medicine for
cughs, colds, and all throat and lung
diseases on earth. The firstdose brings
releif. Astounding cures result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Price 50c
and $1.00. Every bottle gauranteed.4
It is the policy of our Clothing Department
Gretly Redueod Prices
During the -eNlidays
Therefore, we place on sale our Men's Black
Worsted Suits for $6.00, worth #8.oo; Men's
French Worsted Suits for $S.00, worth #io.oo;
Men's Black Vicuna Suits for $15.00, worth
We carry a full line of Boys' and Children's
Suits and Knee Pants,
from 3 to x6 years,
My, bow the boys did guy Charlie.
There Lever was a bigger pic nie, and
they made the most of It.
Lot New and Pretty
At Reasonable Prices.
At Very Low Prices.
BIG ASSORTMENT OF
We will repair and reseat chairs
at short notice.
Lot of Other Bargains
The Jeweler OCA* FURNITME I
For Your Christmas Pre nt. OCA
Sheos for the
Soyss d is
At Low Pri"se
Vlil i Shoes
which we offer at special prices for the holidays.
5ee to $7.50
For the Holidays
!IealI Eli Shoes
DRESS 00DS, LACES, VELVETS, SILKS,
. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S JACKETS .
" FOet es "
Shoee r Mea
. nECKWEAR, KID LOVES, HOSIERY .
Fo r i
DOM. A A A vADR
In The Latest Styles.
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE.
THE POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE!
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di-
rected. A pure, true leavener.
RHEINAUER & CO.
SOW6&&.CL M JM
Resolutions of Sympathy.
WHEREAS. Miss Sophie Brumby, beloved
daughter of our sister. Mrs. A. B. Brumby, has
recently departed this life; therefore be it re-
First-That Dickison chapter, United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, hereby tender to the
mother, brother and sisters their sincere sym-1
pathy in this great bereavement. I
Second-That though she was young in years
her bright, cheery manner, cultivated mind.
sad fidelity to duty marked a character beauti-
ful in its maturity. Let us remember that the
rose which blooms for a season as certainly ful-
fills the end of its creation as the giant oak that
braves the storms of a century. God in his In-
finite wisdom has taken her early from the
checkered pathway of earth, so ofteebedewed
with tears, into his presence where "there is
fulnes of joy, and at his right hand are pleas.
ures for evermore."
Third-That a copy of these resolutions be
seat to her mother, a copy to the Ocala Banner
for publication, and a copy recorded in our
MRS. J. H. LIVIKGSTOH, JR..
Mias. F. R.GARY.
bL A mm A w
BANER, DECEMBER 13 1991
A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING.
The Most Brilliant veat la Ocala
Society Circles-Mr. alltery Lid.
de Leads to the Marriage
Altar miss *ellie uMa
A* unto thel-)w tht chord is.
-,n unto the ar is woman.
Thogh she .end% him. she obeys him:
Though she draws him. still she folow*-
U ee~ s one without the other."
Notably brilliant and beautiful was
the wedding of Mirs Nellie May
Potter and Mr. Mallory Liddon at the
Methodist church on Wednesday even-
ing the ceremony being pet formed in
the presence of hundreds of interest-
ed friends of both parties.
It was a beautiful wedding, beauti-
ful In every detail and arrangement.
Sately palms, ferns and potted plants
formed a deep, rich background for
the beautiful picture the bridal party
At nine o'clock the strains of the
Mendelsmhon wedding march, played
by Miss M. Byrd Wartmann, announc-
ed the arrival of the bridal party.
The six groomsmen, Messrs.
W. T. Gary, C. 11. Lloyd, J. H.
Mathew@s, J. H. Taylor, E. Van Hood,
and John Daly, of Apalachicola, enter-
ed the church in couples, separating at
the back of the church, one going
down the right isle and one down the
left, crossing in the front and march-
ing to the opposite side; next came
the ring bearer, little Caro Liddon,
sister of the groom, who was very
sweet in a dainty dress of white ac-
coadisa pleated silk; then came the
Sbrideaids Misses Johnnie Lid-
do0, 8ra Harris, LWma PUflofk, Hat-
ty Porter, lola Liddon and Clarice
BarkSdale, of Augst, Ga., attired in
white organdie and carrying bouquets
of plak carnations, next the maid-of-
homor, Mis Valeta Potter, sister of
the bride, in pink silk and carrying
pak carntions. She was followed by
the bride leaning on the arm of her
father, Mr. B. J. Potter. Her gown
was a lovely creation of olga crepe.
Her veil of tulle was adjusted with
aareitsi and a beautiful pearl star, the
gift of the .groom. She carried a
beautiful shower bouquet of bride's
roaes with long chiffon ends.
At the altar she was met by Mr.
iUddon and his best man, Mr. Jack-
son B. Hiers, of Fernandina, and Rev.
Howard Dutil, who performed the
ceremony, standing under a magni-
fteat marriage bell of white chrys-
Immediately after the ceremony the
bridal party and the relatives were
eantertaled at a beautiful reception at
the home of the bride.
At the homs the color scheme of
pink and white was carried out In all
The bride and groom sood in the
pariSr and received the comgratala-
tien hbonwered on them.
la the dinia room was the nahl
rimet wa eaemnd the getting of
the bride emia. The ring waas
eelved by Miss lola ,lddo, the thim-*
ble by Mim Jehale MdeAm, awl the
dime by Mim Hatty Porter.
The bride presamd each of her
maIds with a lovely stick pin, and the
groomen also gave each of his groos-
Tbe premst received by thias popular
cople were displayed in an pstairs
reom. They were many and eleat
and attested in a meamemre to their
Mr. and Mr. Liddon were escorted
to the Plant Sy7tem train by the
bridal party, and amid the showers
of rice, old shoes and good wishes left
for Jaea-zfmville and points on the
Mr. Liddon io one of Ocala's popular
and sterling young business men, be.
ing in the livery business, while his
bride is a moet lovable young woman.
She has only lived in Ocala a little
over two years but by her charming
and attractive ways has won hosts of
friends and admirers who wish for
her a life of unalloyed happiness.
The out of town guests at the wed-
ding were Mr. R. G. Perrin, Mr. and
Mrs. Ch.arie Thompson, of Osceola,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall, for-
merly of Kansas City. but now of
Tampa, Mrs. Abe Liddon. of Birm-
ingham, Ala.; Miss Clarice Barks-
dale, Mr. J. B. Hiers and Mr. John
Now to Cure Creep.
The Openiag Serma.
The Monteznma hotel last night
presented a lovely scene; the dining
room and parlors being beautifully
decorated with palms and evergreens.
Toe occasion was the openingpGerman
of the Nine O'clock German Club, the
most popular social organization of
the city. The young people had been
looking forward to this event with
eager anticipation, and in spite of ex-
tremely bad weather none stayed away
and the young ladles were all looking
their lovliest and the young men were
a handsome picture to look upon.
Shortly after nine o'clock the Ger-
man opened with the grand march,
led by Mr. E. T. Helveaston and Miss
Luella Gary. The music was furnish-
ed by Messrs. Frank Matthews, Ray
Alworth, Charles Van Duesen and
The German was led by Mr. E. T.
Helvenston and Mr. C. V. Miller. It
was one of the prettiest Germans ever
danced in Ocala. All the figures were
new and the favors numerous and
Miss Gary was handsome in green
silk with pink rose applique.
Miss Clariee Barkadale was very
stately and beautiful in white liase-
over old rosesatin. She was constant-
ly the center of a group of admirers.
Mrs. E. L. McIntosh was looking,
extremely pretty in black organdie.
Miss Emily Ford was there looking
unusually pretty after several months
spent in Canada and Ohio. Her gown
of white mosmeline was very chic.
. Miss Fsther Weathers, one of Ocala's
most charming young women, looked
unusually well in white organdie and
hluises Lena and Marie Bullock were
similarly gowned in white organdie
with late trimmings. They were look-
ing very pretty and were extremely
Miss Mary Reardon's blonde beauty
was enhanced last night by a lovely
gown of white silk, hand embroidered
in blue forget-me-nots.
Miss Baum was very lovely In white
Miss Sue Barco, in pink and black,
and Miss Iva Standley, in yellow and
black, were two of the popular young
Miss Meta Jewett, in white organdie,
was looking very pretty.
Miss Sars Harris was dressed in
The young men present were:
Mers. Belvenston, Miller, John Daly,
C. H. Lloyd, J. H. Mathews, J. H.
Taylor, T. W. Luts, 8. E. Hiller, Lee
Miller, T. K. Slaughter, E. J. Crook,
E. L. McIntosh, L. R.Cbasal, Stephen
Jewett, G. H. Ford, and Ralph Bird.
On account of the weather there
were not as many visitors present as
was expected, but a number of the
ladies stopping at the hotel were in-
Meesobey Mff la pound jars at
Good saeuile slipper. for men at
Jem B.bnhi is helhiI court la
Work is be eoimhglg the
eag ap iT humammeb
will hold an adjurned meeting Dee.
Irem iks, aeeses oad sets, freits a
Mrs. A. B. Hopkinas, of Orange
lake, has bought the "Dixie" piano
at the rectory.
For children'as good shoes at low
prices try R. Frost. 10-25-tf
Rev. Howard Dutll, of the Metho-
dist church, preached his farewell ser-
mon last Sunday night
Owing to the absence of R. H. Mor-
ris, there were no services In the Pree-
byterian church last Sunday.
Mrs J. M. Jackson, after a two
month's visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Barco in this city, has gone
to Bronson to visit relatives for a short
while before returning to her home at
The many friends in the city of Mr.
Jackson A. Due will no doubt be sur-
prised to learn that he is now in
Manila, P. I. We expect to have the
pleasure of receiving an occasional
letter from him for publication.
Mr. It. Gray, who lives near Amenis,
Duchess county, N. Y.; says: "Cham-
barlaiu's Cough tRemedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is a
There will be communion services
and the formal reception of new mem-
bers at the Presbyterian church next
Sunday. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the public. .1
C. W. Lynch, Winchester, Ind.,
writes: "I owe the life of my boy to
Foley's Honey and Tar. He had
membranous croup. and the first dose '
gave him relief. We continued its use .
and it soon brought him out of danger. !
Anti-Monopoly Drug tore. mI
Two chiffoniers and man's byeycle
and mandolin, walnut bedroom set,
child's walnut bed stead. Hand!An Ideal Offering.
carved walnut parlor set, and rocking
chairs, newly upholstered. For sale on the wllier to take long chaon't
cI. 136 Ocklawa on the wager that Santa Claus won't
heap. At therectory, 136bring anything more ideal or pleasing
Avenue. to anyone than a box of our attrae*
Miss Esther Weathers most pleas- tive and delicious confections. They
antly entertained the Young Ladies pure and wholesome, and ready
Afternoon Whist club on Wednesday. to pack in special Christmas boxes.
The prize, an exquisite vase, was cut T Tr xlor
for by Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Miss' W TrOXIer.
Sara Harris, the latter winning it.
The club will be entertained next Scott & Johnson.
week by Mrs. Woodrow. CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
I.CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
The disposition of children depends Livery and Sale Stable. Well
upon health. If they are troubledE r
with worms, they will be irritable quipped for all Business. Spec-
cros, fevers, and perhaps seriously ial Attention to Orders by Wire.
sick. White's Cream Vermifuge is a 12-1 -52m
worm expeller and tonic to make Wanted.-Two traveling salesontn
them healthy and cheerful. Price 25 in each state; salary and expenses;
cents at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m permanent position: experience not
First Clas pedigreed Belgian hares absolutely necessary. Address E A
for a Christmas present, for sale by Brown Tobacco Co., Greensboro,
F. W. Biggs. 12-14 N. C. 12-15ft
A nice line of men's furismbinsp A N A
goods and trunks at Frost's store. : ^.m san. sale e JP
*nuaalli's paskage sudi fe Xma, nforZoos,
tihe seest at Whaley's.
There will be no preaching in the
Methodist church next Sucday Rev.
Howard Dutil being at Live Oak at n
tending the session of the conference.
He carries the best financial report of
the condition of the church in this
place that has been sent to a confer-
ence in many years. Mr. Dutil's re-
turn is anxiously looked for by his pa-
4ll Stuffed Up Jus time for you to have
All Stuffed Up ;gor:0-
the holidays at the Boston
That's the condition of many sfierern
from catarrh, especially in the morning. 4,800
Great difficulty is experienced in clear-
ing the head and throat.
No wonder catarrh causes headache,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing,
polluted the breath, deranges the stom-
ach and afects the appetite.
To cure catarrh, treatment must be
monitutional-alterative and tonic.
*Il was afflicted with catarrh. I took
medkiin es o different kinds. giving each
a ftir trial; but gradually Crew worse until
I could hardly bear, taste or smell. I then
concluded to try Bood's Sarsaparilla, and
after tam k five bottles I was cured and
have not had any return of the die-as
glaMe." KSum FOaws, Lebanon. Kan.
Cures catarrh-it soothes and strength-
eM the mucous membrane and builds
up tah wbob s!me.
Wel if the WtU hy Wta n Wt a riks
d OnrWIluM Whis-
Shoe, Dry Goods
AND NOtiOpR Stock
is full and complete. Pricei the low.
est. A call and examination of our
stock will never be regretted.
POLITE A TTNTION AOS 'ERI,.
D.,t G. A. NASH,
South Side of Square.
Foley's Kidney Cre
a uitt of Clothe* made for
SStore, where you will find
won hf.am r m
Rose & Co.
Cago's Famous Tals.
Well displayed, front which we know you can easily
make a selection. Our conditions are simple: Me
IT, o PAY. Come' and let us mesumerw you fnr
Saluit, Pants or Ovr-nmoat, and show 3ou a way to save
30 per seOt on all your clothes. DWI't forget that
we make Pants for $4 and 15 which year tlos
charged you 87 and 5. You had better hurry If ye
want a suit to wear Christma.
The Boston Store
S MARN AA
Our hsiad sd ef Uis A k lbvus d
Nsm smdadsib Jumac
STRAUSS & CO.
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wunurtAur AMn DFTAII
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Having purchased the above business, we are now prepared to
serve the citizens of Ocala and surrounding country with the very best
that the market affords in the line of
Fine Liquors, Wines,
SBeer, Cigars, Etc.
:g -Among our stock will be found some of the most popular and well
known brands of whiskies from the most reliable distilleries in the coun -
E try. Our line of case goods cannot be surpassed in this section of the
, country, and those in search of high grade goods will make no mistake 1
,*,n %,A *4r% e_,vr *- I z W m .av -- --
For broken limbs. ehil, -sim -I, iunr-
scalds, bruised shin'. **ne thr,:,t. .ai,d
-ores of every kind, apply Hs.i -I:
8Snow Linimert. It will syive i,1n111-
dlate relief and heal say woi"t 1r.
SPrice 2, cent* and 5o0 cent t .v .
Monopoly Drug Store. n.
nuyler's Candies.-W. M. .M3sr' .
news dealer, has jLS* neeived his, fr-r
shipment of Huyler's fine caneli,.o. If
you want the best call on him. 1L..
and all kinds of Holiday ';ol., at th-
G. A. NASH.
V- AF- -1 AV- -
The paper "Of the People, fr the People and by the People."
OCALA. FORTDA~ UIYVJAJ AAA nL 'J ioi'
-EIAULRgM D 18M6.
OCALA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DEC'EMBER 101~~l -
rATT.AD A lrA
enough of her wealth to live on com- been erected, and today Galveston ally
fortably but plainly, stands a much finer and more impoe- and
ing city than it was before the dread- F
Sful lavoel.was wrought by the tidal Iw o
wave that swept over It."
Do these things indicate that the Edl
southern people are lazy and hiftles?
Today 8outh Carolina numbers al- by tik
most as many spindles as Nassachu- certal
setoi and is gaining on- her every day that I
and the next* census will put her in Tribui
The south is rapidly. canging- from Iti
a purely agricultural to.an agricultu-. sgin
-Dr. P e's Fa voritse wiptioand ral, mining and manufacturing see- Salve
S in its use will work won-
Sfor the most hopeless woman. If tion and in a little while the tables Stion.
Mrs Newton, whose letter is given will be turned and the bottom rail Clea.
below, had not persisted in its use, she will be turned ad the bottom ral on ea
ight never have known the happiness will find itslway to the top. antee
pe health. PNraps the reason Dr g peit
for pS.stence was because she ed Mark the predicon! rug
=v e Prescr tion" as a "last re-
jut." Physcians had failed. If" Favor- Amot Some ljut ChaIgs.
t Prescription" could not help there In the interview recently published in this Oui
we nothing to hope for. It did help. It paper giving Captain Lyuch'* views regarding good
always helps and almost always cures. the treatment of the East Florida seminary '
-It establishes regularity, dries weaken- cadets by the management ot the state fair at agr
in drains, heals inflammation and ulcer- Jacksonville. t was not the Sun's intention to York,
ation and cures female weakness. It ca
imparts strength and elasticity to the Wilson nor any one else referredd to. The San prices
orazns of inalerbity ahd makes the reporter simply wave publicity to the opinion ot
-. .'s .advent practically painless. the gentleman interviewed. The editor of the goods
* A HOLIDAY
THE OCALk BANNER. -eas--.
Perbapsi the prevailing erroneous
,-- ** I^
S b iddea concerning the south cannot be -'
better illustrated than to quote an
extracls from te re-ported interview
Sw the staterof Herbert Marx, the
-. l youNg New York lawyer, who 'killed
two and mortally wounded another 0f ."
his assailants in Virginia last week.
I&=xRAuz= Sier. The young= man WO acquitted by
coroner's jury and his home in Brook-
Benator Quay is already in Florida. lyn, New York, was brilliantly Ilium-
Watches, like people, need regular inpted to welcome his return.
utiL But be did not return at the ap-
Alachus county goes on killing just pointed hour and it was feared that
the same. be had been waylaid and murdered.
Alachea planters are happy. They In the meanwhile the members of
reeeived twenty-one cents per pound his family had become very nervous.
for cotton. His sister is reported to have said:'
Senator Morgan asks for an appro- 'nut why does be not cme? ;What do you
priatJon of $180,000),O with which suppoe is keeping him?'. Those old*-Virginia
prttrains :are enough to drive one dted. 1
to build the Isthmian canal. suppose a cow or a treehas got on the track.
-- and perhaps Herbert will not get here Until to-
A careful reading of the message morrow. It seems as if each hour were a week
will convince any one that the presi- long.',
dentat least, writes good English. so speaking of the condition of
TiUmanand McLauren had a "bout" things that are supposed to exist in the
in the senate Monday. McLaurin south, the late Colonel Ingersoll said
complains that be is a political or- on one occasion that if the "Puritan
pin* instead of the Cavaller had settled in
The democrats made a landslide In South Carolina instead of Mawsehua*
Beston. Their lmorl for PIt Co setts his male descendents would have
fr se Lwa 00. It w the been seen with a pe eeock under
poled In tVeatyldve yea. each arm and their trouser. held up _
n i by o s." dy b e
80m New Yorak hbo have been by one supenlder."
tmmig awayexQz4ane aaccll oaut this young lady i pardonab,
of her color. And yet we have known perhaps, for believing that a cow or a
may a true southern gentleman to tree across a ralriaad track In the
welcome a queen as black as a spade. south would delay a passenger train
-Atlanta Journal. for at least twenty-four bours. Florid
Booker Washington was recently Yet In truth and in fact the railway aw i
refewil eompn>osedtion, at three ho- selcedules in the south are so fast thla It
tells at 8pringield, Mass., the home of the New York daily newspapers are Wfair
Ss Bowl 8o even at the north rea as far south ais Tampa and Miami comm
where they have no negro problem tor s .M
settle it rmAns unsettled. the day after their publication. twice
The work of recuperation and re- nation.
lMr. Andrew pt ri0me the great habilitation after the civil 'ar was curel
S00,000 po the United Statee for the something prodigeous and excited the tion a
eretion of a great national university wonder as well as the admiration of The
in Wainote Citly for higher educa- the civilized world. charp
Ute nded somewhat after the Six months ago the metropolis of Lpne
German diversity though broader n Flridwa almost obliterated f for
ope. the map by one of the most disastrous W
Washington City is all agog over an- conflagmrations known In modern his. Mgj
ether sensation. Mr. Ida Gilbert *
Denis, a ahionable dremaker, was tory" anyi
S nead in her room several days ago 8eaerely six months have el d air
- .* with her skull fractured, jawbone bro- and fifteen hundred completed. build to t
ken, and her left ear almost severed ings mark the spot of the bu a rdet
from her head. It seems he was district. T
struck with piano stool. Mrs. Denicago gave no
al was conscious for a few.moments o aveo e
and msaid her asmailant was a woman. eiples of activity. TBrAT
"Phoenlx-like," must now give
Ta mallllos, the sum of money Mr. Fa
Andrew Carnegle proposes to give for nlaeto "Ja onville-lke." he is I
the erection of a great NaUtional Uni- About a year ago Galveeton, Texas, F. J.
rvedty at Washington, is a large sum, was almost swept out of existence by the C
but is small compared with the rdft of a tidal wave. atoreo
Mrs. Jane Lothrop Stanford, widow Since then we are informed that sum C
of the late Senator Leland taniford, for em
n- f fr d n y e^ prnoero- nearly six millions of dollars have t
to Stanford University. The proper- wh that (
ties she has given to that institution been expended in the work of reha- HAL
are estimated to be worth $40,000,000, bilitAlon and restoration.- -
an endowment greater than that of One of our exchanges says: 8w4
any other Uuniversity in this or any "Immense business blocks, big grain in m
other Country. So far as our knowl- comb
edge extends Mrs. Stanford is the elevators, huge storehouses, floe e
meost generous giver the world has churches, palatial residences and cost-' i
ever known. She has reserved just ly theater and public buildings have J
Toilet Sets and Parlor Lamps
In great plenty. All sies and decora-
tions, but exceedingly pretty-by far
the inest line of toilet or chamber sets
-in town, jardineres, etc.
Biggest line, best -assortment, most
beautiful designs in the city.
Dolls and Toys.
A very handsome stook, fresh and
cheap. Came late and must he sold.
Box Paper. .
We have an elegant line and splendid
ait mant nof nbox a er and toilets in
*e ... utrst.-A I
ket l isers
all grades, colors and styles. HUI
Bound Books.. Call .ea v
A.pretty line at 15c to 20c, some very It is a pleas-
hansome volumes; and a big line of "r to abew Fir
DICTIONARIE and Bibles of all ou ar eeoos.
siyfs and prices.
The Ocala News
adets until they
ditors Harris and Call and Examine
ers of the state -
nittee. but that
ed together butOur Boys S
re of the amsoci.
hasamee to help se-
eiation and once We have them in great varieties-the latest styles-at the lowest prtes
WilsoH's reslgna, Mea's Clay We0tMed MNta a0 1le.0; fine all wool suits at S. I;
a good suit at $4.00; Pasta. 75e and upwards; Flie FeW Rams iS
einnoocent of the eaMh.
of by Captain GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS
tmy of cadets and
- nointedlyv cen- TRUNKS, SATCHELS AND VALISES
All at prices to suit the timn at
HUBBARD & MACDUFF
H A R D W A Ri
DOORS, 8ASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURAL I
BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE
WIRE NAILS. PAINTS PLANET JR. GROV
',1- -i r T A V!lQ"'UlArr T o I TIVATO' A T T 1
ILS, VAR.NISHE.nl A I-
LANTIC WHITE LEAD,
ALL KINDS OF
GLASS AND PUTTY,
IRON PIPES AND FIT-
N THE LINE OF BUILD-
ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC.
&. A .
OF GARDEN TOOLS,
LERY, IRON AND STEEL
BOLTS, ROPES, PULLEYS,
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES
Something everybody can afford to have, and every-
body who has a horse can afford not to have. We
have them-all patterns, all weights and prices.
Don't neglect your horses.
STANDLEY, Ocala, Florida.
Mlules, juggles, Wageas a"d Nmesa. .
R. FROST'S STORE -
LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.
Hubbard & Macduff, ocail, a.
To -.the Christmas Sho0
Ocala .News Co., at Israe
ppers by the
l's old stand.
is a set of our handAome Iron, Porce-
lain and Avon a China. Any quantity
sold from one piece to a dinner set.
ok Keepers' Supplies.
The time of year approaebes for charg-
nlog of accounts and opening of a new
set of books. We have all kinds, siwes
and prices in BLANK BOOKS.
Id and Silver Ware
in Toilet and Faney Articles, Clocks,
etc fully guaranteed and exceedingly
handsome, in rolled gold plate, quad-
ruple and sterling silver, glaso, etc.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
ndreds of Other
articles, useful and ornamental: all at
We are headquarters, and have the
biggest stock in town; prices are right
The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.".-
OCALA. FL)RMIDA. IMDAY. DflW!RVRU!12 1 t -
NOT SU ID AT SEA.
qe =NNW*ePemh almaomem seQe
A W" spetod Wmea"h lger wasm
Osa msiak ter the e -mfted, aNd the
l,"snt free trades were on the
a met. aark.ely seeking an opportu-
a %y -% cIm.rk with her crew.
Wa. thy waited for a lapse at C ig-
Stea ns the pmrt St the elsesm. aa
botw w as oesd tnm the Ier Iand
rowd ~si the sbore. A cu tio
neeoat beech men and ecbisemen
. so meet her. and as she
me imo e the st of a roller it was
etaerv that mdhe eo nemad a cera.
The -b-- mm- o b had a moinstl
t I to tRaL OU bsi the lgger had
team i Im tsemb --itNg -tom an
nMr wih sees proved fatal. In hist
sat mmms at ,e--. mans he behad
bmed the eslptoi not to btry bhim at
me but to keep his body uunt a rest-
lg pae could be t oenad for it under
the ge1 turof t a ebo yrn tI his
mO kve Wa&. Smpthy with his sad
to ead a O athe r de that the tgger
WIs Na far from the O lgsh coaut
bed ltadrOd the catPtan to comett-
and hem he had Mao the body asbore
efr list. Is spite atd his t kem Eno-
lSe. the Feachmimn's spskesma told
hbs tale wel.
bath eseBti am and beach mem-
spray th.e atter-.loedly epred
tqbr w dmu e the aptln's on-
du-. A pamm was amemmsd. and
to a OMe wha moaranfl precomo A
maW as way from thein be~h to the
haigg4v. 3r the c t CdSeer of
the esacuem was present and Is said
so have eed s0 10"
1jt mlght the eteal "esr.t..Mion-
gtsu- ws b.y, and at dawn theb
ei-ur-yare menaiand a desecrated
0we' A Imtle way tlam. however.
tor he midst the marsbes. a smug-
cim. store welved the addition of a
&D Sed with silks an& lace:--
- hwe Ms and !yways I t East An-
gi." W. A. utt-
GONE TO THE VERGE.
ThIe soem ma ts ast so coaidlang
es he was. ad his sms of rtemblship
e r se a exabed Tet ho takes It
Ia sw t l3 to place
a hbMvy el n twoer ot eqpoliane.
1mTsd n a mon way." be tells.
s I a Msof that my boinem
wes" eSpavd tepidy. sut I fand a
.m .- s mM am& Of course
his legs, examined Ils eyes and teeth
and finally said that, being a friend of
mine, he'd give me $40 for the horse. I
took It. That same afternoon he sold
the horse for $80. a fact I learned about
a week later.
'Now.' said Jones. 'rm not the man
to leave a friend in a scrape. ll just
rustle around and find you another
Thank you, but keep within a hun-
dred. I can't afford to pay more.'
"Next morning my friend showed up
with a horse he told me I could have
for $96S though he was really worth
more. He was sound, gentle, 7 years
old, according to Jones.
"He had bought that horse for $80.
He had spavin and riMgbone, was knee
sprung and 13 years old. So Jones had
made $78 off me and left me with one
of the worst old crowbalts you ever
saw. rm not saying much about It.
for Jones Is my friend, you know. But
an old codger that buys groceries from
me says friendship eases In a horse
dicker."-Detrolt Free Press.
A KiMiYr J-ose.
Jage Braileld, famous in England
for his love for banging criminals,
when on circuit always put up near I
Perth -with a crony who was devoted
to chess. The laird had rather the bet-
ter of his lordship at the game. In
the revolution of the circuits RrMal4d
femd himself trying his hospitable
friend, who had got awkwardly mixed
up Ia some abduction of cattle. The
evidence was clear, the panel was con-
victed and the judge passed the solemn
sentence of death. Then, bending
down. hbe chuckled to the unfortunate
prisoner th accomm od tinn In the
provincial courts was cramped-"And
now. Donald, my friend. I think I've
checkmated you for once." But Brax-
field delighted in a kindly joke.
Tresl With Charea.
Just as Charon was about to make
the ferry slip the ex-distiler nudged
him In the ribs.
"If It Isn't too much trouble," said
the latter. "I wish you would put me
with the arrivals from Bosteon."
"But you are from St. Louis," pro-
tested Charon. "Wouldn't you fed out
of place among so much culture?"
"No. Indeed. I always feel at home
In the midst of refined splrtts."
Thereupon the ancleat ferryman toss-
ed th exs-distiller in the Styx.-Chica-
a this eamO take; especial care in the selection of goods for the Holiday trade, and
the reslt s that you can now see on exhibition at "The" Ocala Jewelry Store a
line of everything in the latest designs out.
The immense stock of
Handsome Cut Glassware
to be found here is worth a trip to the store to see, even if you don't intend to'buy.. If
you have an eye for the beautiful you are bound to appreciate the beauties of this
display of Cut Glass.
You can search the city but you'll not find prettier
CHRISTMAS OR HOLIDAY PRESENTS
Kverything in the way of Neat, Pretty. Up-todate Designs in Jewelry may be found
here. and if you contemplatejbuying a Wedding Present or a Christmas Present
you should certainly come and inspect this elegant line.
A. E. BURNETT,
It will pay you.
The Ocala Jeweler.
*e 4a't LIt a *uri* a
"John." she saId, suddenly shaking
him, "there is a burglar in the house."
"Are you sure he asked.
"Pesitiw," she replied. "Don
He got up and began to dress
"What are you going to do, John?"
"I am going to sneak out the back
way and get a polieeman." he am-
"But if you go right bown stairs
now," she said, "you'll find him in the
"Oh. rI' find him, will I? he retort-.
ed sarcastically. ."WetL now you just
look me over arefully."
"Tea, John; what of it?"
"Do I look like a man who bhas Mt a
"No; of course not, but"-
"Do I have the reputatleo of being
an impertinent fellow who is always
interfering with other people's busi-
ness? Do I in any way resemble the
lost and found department of a dally
"Then why should I get tangled up
with other people's property?"
"You're afraid. John." '
"Afraid nothing!" he retorted Indig-
nantly. "I am look'g at it from an
ethical point of view. This burglar nn-
doubtedly has been lost by the poice.
amd If I took charge of him they might
think I was trying to steal him and
make a lot of trouble for me. Besides,
I'm no searching party. Tou women
don't understand the ethics of business
at all"-Chicago Post.
-estle1 the 5ebe-aMe-r.
In the town records of the city of
Boston there Is a curious page
which records bow a schoolmaster was
examined and what bappemed. The
manner In whieh the visit of spRection
is recorded makes one tneelae to the
view that the unlucky scwhooln er
may not have had air play, *tHonrh
It he was resay ntalet he may be
said to have been jUdId by ib peers
In the record for the 22 of May.
1722. it is set forth that:
"Col Pen Townseed, Jeemilh Al-
lea Esqr, & obha Mwards together
with the Select men, Vidfitdi the
wrighting School at the satbwlyR" Bad
of Boston oe Tlraday tS 2Mth apl
1722. mand wmlmd the mf ny=-
dwr mr Ames Aagers tuital as f theIr
proa ene te mIn Reantg R g ey-
phernA; & the masters abM at teaeb-
h8ft d "T A H"
BUM A bw
feu, CeMteaL Giv e a owe triple
"Doen't you eatchU It? nemrom ro
*seath ane duble nought, soht.
Can't you speak plainer
"Owe thousad Sath tea hundred
Suth. Gotitawr .
"Oh, you mesa douth one ought, deo&
< bb eeht. AR right..'.ChJmgao Tr -
A ome w iON
wmlt'. dmmii octi e w ys I mEt
me f exew. -. Do you think I
to be n wth tobbe?
Wederty-tFppose tfor a starter
you ,-M W 0 with M this aftemeso
ad wheel the baby cange
Wedm ly-I-er-rmaly, May, I
W.t think t it. Idowtwaatto
*erds the t hg the lst dayChb
I so News
J. W. Bryaa, of Lowander. ML,
writes: "'My os was very lew with
psaemomla. Unknown to sie doeter
. we gave him Foleys Homey and Thr.
The reoalt was m agleal nd ps-l-
thbe doetwr, as it immediately itqepd
the imkiag coo&mad he qvldkb w
hw w *A *&M
The Jeweler o P-s
For Fine ,omntai? Pr nA
sule that a terk rather thas
mnus w"s repon e Aer so Took
h ~me e, b the m
oabi' ta paomWss t E
farge g momGorPoole" nmal
mt t oa mt tmow. Ith tAmi a .
e wealthy s bfity to take a
trip tate that outtnk ditret. He
returned to Ottawa a dIpupobnted
aman. "It's the most amolat. esuptry
you esa pe." h s mid to his
friends "I~Iav beea out prspeclng
somelmes for a whole day without
teeing a slgn of animal Ulfe. One the
only timia thing I came aecrme was a
bird. and It was so disgusted that It
was trying to knock Itsbrai out
He had seen a -New
It may be ~enmu to disld a pop-
alar delMasm, but there tis -e
lpeth a@ thWof n hm lwhn eth a
-- CMigH I .CM SON. G &
birsd.andbItwas so lsausted that
visr anyba am* si sma~*
low" VIE e,, m m
for chill and foyer'.
Wriffeb isa poor, wdy to dobln b
say theleW4 of It
Whom you tby to Iamb !in5W
Iwepaxatlom It bias te inint rd
meat you eoul give It, Ina*.qm bt
people of eb we assme m *tame
hrd"M A. mob
ma.IrewfSAwati Yi mabow ~
T. 3. P f u J~4
IS TER 3ST ?J AG3OL
Usefi Onametal St
R A Hats and G
BE~EWMANTWIA3KACK. N1EA3 IOSTFFICE.
JULJA*RJL WC o
toi ditd at oo
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10 ToHf OCALA, BANNER, DECEMBER 13, 1901.
Tal Opis. H.s, sli,
M Vhdob, ono
Priarose Rye XX. a regular $2 whiskey 4...a 75
Primrose Rye XXXX. best on earth........ 2 o
Magnolia Rye, can't be beat.......... .- 5
Valley Glen Rye. a rich smooth article....... 3 oo
Green Rirer:(Barbou), the whtsky without-
a headache...... ....- 3_5
Sobel. Tennessee Sour Mash. a regular I5
whiskey .... ..... .............. .-- .. 4 00
Diploma Maryland Rye. famous all over the
I S. for its prity and richness of fl vr. 4 5o
Pickwick Club Rye. finest on earth and fit
for a king.......... ................... 6 oo
Old Ve:vet Rye. Kentucky's finest product. 6 oo
N C. AND GA CORN
Georgi.i Corn. i year old .................... i -5
Georgia Corn, 2 years oid 0...... 2 oo
North Carolina Corn. i year old ..... ...... I 75
North Caralina Corn. 2 year- old ..... .. .2 oo
North Carolina Corn a year
North Cirolina Corn. t.years old........... oo
North Carulina Corn. years old...... ......... 4
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES.
Go Cl,:bScotch Whisk......................_4 oo
Geo Re" Old Irish Whiskey .............. 2 o
Usher's Special Reserve Scotch Whiskey o00o
Magnolia Rye ..... ...... ... $6 5o
Six years Old North Corolina Mountain
Dew Corm...-.-............... ............ 6 00
J. W. McCulloch Kentucky Welcome Rye 9 oo
J. W. McCullocnreen Rivr Bourbo .... 9 Jas. Henessey a& Cu, ree .ar BraOy oo
Diploma Maryland Rye to T W CHEA BUT H W G and F. Martel. Three Star and ....... o
Pickwick Club Maryland Rye. .......... 130 A. Crvoiser & Cther PreresCognac ... oo
Mt. Venon Pre Rye bottled at the distil- Uf e B mle.
lery, :afa qll ....... .. .6oo Per Q.
Mt. ernon Pare Rye, bottled at the distil- Pure California Cognac Brandy. cqu
-ery --24fu- 7" M Iloo Pure t=to ,th Carolina Co. Bra .. equal $ 150
Mt. Vernou Pare Rye, bottled at the distil- to impo led, plt-5C 150
kery. 4. fnll half pints.................8. S o PEAeH AND APPLE BRANDIES.
Pal Jones fall qmarts ....... .5 oo a Maryland Peach Biandies ............. o
PaulJones a4M futll z6 c Ib c0A t 1tfghcIvtf3aryland Apple Brandy 2 00j3,.:
Paul Jones *S ll half pints........ 1700 P Maryland AIpe Brand 4 years aid 3
PiJnaaa I .n-".L- L.A4 iJ..-L. AL.. .1 AL. L..h m -.&p Maryland]Peach Dan cy,4years old .....300
Old Carter bottled in bond. z2 full quarts 1500 l d M tt t wm Maryland Peach Brandy.Syears old .... 5 oo
Old Cartert bottled in bond. z4 full quarts... 16 oA A Ai Rum .L mml
Kentucky Taylor's. 12 full quarts. 150. m y o Per Gal.
Kentcy Taylor's. 24 full pints...... ... 16 o New England. .. .. ...........
Kentucky Taylor's. 4$ aill half pints .... 7 :o Jam cia ....- .............. ....... 00
Sobel Tennessee Sour Mash 5 doz. ........ 7 New England. 4 vear old ......... 300
G i Per l c Jamacia. 4 years old......... ................ 3 50
Do. Pe.r G l. Jamacia, best imported per bottle $i.73.
Dometic. high grade...... 200 o *lsgqll ai e AM9BEB.lQm BIWLnaG AStM,. L L.- Sm lser**extra fwr -bhaail ,
SdSS e.botte. 3 I.L h towdi e; sle., S1e: t oen-, 2 a ;
Boothco Old Tom, Ix.5o per bottle. 9 tbiee gaes, 5; ohm gie &eg. So.
TO MY FRIRDS AND PATRONS: On March 5th, 1901, I purchased the Ocala House property, and will from this date keep the hotel open all the year round, and
will maintain the good reputation the house formerly enjoyed under the Plant System management. Having secured the exclusire wholesae agency for the Anheu-
ser-Busch Brewing Association Famous St. Louis Keg and Bottle Beer, I can supply the trade and consumers with this famous beverage in any quantity from a
sparkling glass to a bottle, barrel or car-load, at short notice. Read carefully the above price list
of Wines, Liquors, etc., and send your orders to Yours anxious to please, J. F. EDW ARNDS, Ocala or Caeeevll, Fla
I I I I I+=, P--'fN
Beerbeha Tree had a comical expe-
mce as hi first appearance as the
a-hlmt Falstaff. In the last act he
i anaaged that Falstaff, disconcert-
ed by gibes and buffets et the fairies
nl WinBeM forest, should make one
herelna effort to climb the oak tree.
w peg that were to serve as sup-
W&ts r that tree were always coo-
pleas by tek asee. On the
mermlag before the performance Mr.
Tree was tUd they should positive be
Sted em the tree. The mornlag came.
but with ItM a pes. Eloqueace was
stifled; even Ivetive faltered. He
tet the tree and with the calm
f de r blurted out to the defaulter.
Such an ejaculation, spoken more *i
Sorrow than In aager would. he hoped,
wpeal to that lat'reaant of con-
sene which even the paper macbe
bosom of a property man might be sup-
pesed to retain. In the evening there
Vwa a dm rehearsal, but still no pegs
Cold be se. Mr. Tree's form quiv-
eed-beneath the padding-with peat
Semastionsm and in a torrent of pas-
ale and a voice shaken by righteous
wrbth he exclaimed:
"Were are those pegs?'
T"Pt-pegs" exclaimed the property
snter, with exasperating affability.
"Why, guv'aor, what was your words
to me this morning? -No pegs.' And
there ain't nome!"-London Tit-Bits.
"wf Ae~eve* to S. Writers.
One day at Lakewood while sitting
at a little table In the big rotunda ball
AMaking afternoon tea I met Mr. W. D.
Howells and had a delightful conversa-
tike with him. After knowing the per-
s aality ef this famous author one en-
Joys his writing ten times more-he is
so magnetic and his conversation so
interestla and breezy. "Yes." he said.
"I always advise any one who has ar
Inclination for it to try to write. One
shouldn't expect to have the firsi
things one does published. but -on
most keep on trying. It is an excellent
plan to set down something one has
seen In everyday life and try to get
a story out of it- Inde'el, it's the best
way to practice.
"Wrttin Is mostly drudgery." he
continued. "I have to force myself to
go into my library to work, and I tind
myself putting off the Ilour as long as
"But when you .ict, sit down':" I
and this gives him barely time to
dress, breakfast and reach the odce.
One day last week, the man having
forgotten to wind his dock the night
before, it didn't go offP. Bo there were
xplanatioms to be made about 8-30 a.
m. This was the excuse:
"Well, you see Mr. Gruff, I know
bow ponetual you like all of your men
to be, so I have an alarm clock, which
I set for t the morning. But, by
mstta, 1 sat Jt tfor 7 ia the emting
last aight, Md cerae t didn't go off
at 7 la the morning today, as usuaL
And I ovu I my ."
"Ab. yw did? WeB, I' excuse yoea
ths time. But set it property after
Amd arw the chap is wondering
weter or t "te e man" was real-.
ly footw r mere wanted to let him
down e Perhaps he thbeks the
bes believes he a boear eieek.-
Kansas City JournaL
Although bull baiting was a cruel
pastime. It was also a fulfilling of the
law, for forerly no butcher was al-
lowed to offer for sale the flesh of any
bull that had not been baited. The
goading of the animal In a fury was
supposed to have some Influence on the
fesh. In a dsimlar belief the flesh of a
hunted bare was thought to be superior
in flavor to that of one that had been
shot, and a present of "a hunted haWe"
was considered to be a special compll-
ment. In the records of the corpora-
tion of elcester. Ragl.4, the follow-
tug order appears: "At a common hail.
held on Thursday before St. Simon and
St. Jude, 147, 'no butcher to kill a bull
till baited.'" At Winchester it was or-
dered (thirtieth Henry VIII) "that from
hensforth their shal be no bulstake set
before any mayor's dore to bayte any
bull. but onlie at the bullringe within
the salde cytle."
The Perplexed Jwuror.
A man was being tried In New South
Wales for stealing a watch. The evi-
dence was conflicting, and the Jury
made up their minds to retire, but be-
fore they left the hall the Judge re-
marked that if there were any points
on which they required Information be
would be pleased to assist them. Elev-
en of the Jurymen had left the box.
but the twelfth remained standing.
with his eyes fixed downward, as if
absorbed in thought.
"Well. sir." said the Judge. "is
there any question you would like to
awkward silence and no applause. Ae eV- -f3 yBBT J. TATMO
people were still looking expectantly at
the Germn, who lookeddisappointed Ocala Manufacturing Go
and altered. The silence grew pain-o.
Finally the hostess,.qulte redjS the
face, edged over to the side of the ter- IETTUC BLN.jA DAOUKN BAlK S
man's friend. .-
"Can't you get him to?" she whise CANTELOUPR AND CARIE CR LTX.
'Whyt now thathe got tuned Orange Box Material -
Isn't he going to play something?"-
Lad.on Tit-Bits. PATENT VENTILATEDPRODI CE:ARPITl
HIn* o Le***f RamMtala," E AE ZTRn'M NI< O aT RAE mARKE "M
id the convivial and ill bred peron.
"Sometimes I thiak of itW' amwered
Mr. Meektam distaatly.
"But you doa't care for that sort of
"Not In.the least"
OPerbape you never bad any expert-
"Oh, yes, I have. It was oly last
light that I was out at halt past 2 a.
a. Henrietta seat me out to see if I1
eoaldn't keep the back gate from slam-
The manufacturers of Banner Salve
having always believed that no doctor
or medicine can "!ure in every case,
but never having beard where Ban-
ner Salve failed to cure ulcers, ores,
tetter, eczema, or piles, as a matter
of curiielty would like to know if
there are such eases. I f so they will
gladly refund the money. Anti-Mo-
nopoly Drug Store. mI
S- you're plaaiting
when you plant
Ferry' St'eds. It yoi
buy cheap seeds yvcu ca3t'
t sure Tak' n D can .-v-
Sct e:ry's. i- every-
,. hcre ell th-ui. W rit.
i ,.,-,,d free.
'I Outroit. W;cr.
'. ^ '+y
Rough and Dreaed Lnmber and Rnilding Material
WE EAT MEAT
To grow stMaag. Ulms w get
good mt we maya wallet
It alkau. Theisn we reath
in&g I taas utueigib to digest
It. It paa toI he elaM tino
buying meat-be @ re -o get
Pay a little mereif l biead
put something y.r stomah=b
which will past h e- yur
bones and strong blood In yeour
aw -aud 4 CIt, wemobeii, 1k.
The Montezuma Hotel
J- P.!GAlloway. Prop.
IL RL Abbsd. JiO., Mgr..
......... RATES PE DA ......
:. OPEN TTHE YEAR ROUND.:
J. F. EDWARDS
.........W D ALER IN .........
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
-- ----W~.mjAZ fDZtIA A D SOU ALITT 701 -
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso-
ciation Famous St. Louis Keg
-and Bottle Beer
Thes" ofBotded Bevers
W~o --okb th wokrsrecod
for a"pm as weE as for qpaaly-otheiieslbvrg.
serve in way put of ft hd"at skbtJ4bCinOWft
uowi ha inbotiag.
Imper d wine*. WP
Plper-Hei&ieck -pat $2 ..--S o
G. H. Muam Extry Dry. pint $ ............ 4 oo
Lanbenheimer, pint 5 .-... ...- i
Nietemer, pint ,. ........ 2 00
ochbeimer Berg. pit St .. ...- 2 oo
St.Julkea Claret, pt ................. 50o
MargauxClaret. pint -c ....... ...... .... ...
MedocClaret. pint 75C 5-
Postet Canet Claret, pint i ..... .....
Bergundy, pint 75" .... .. 5o
Zinfandel. California Claret, pint 25c ..... ..... So
Past Wine Co., pint 26r -
Pare (;rape Wine. for church purpo-e i .._.s: 50
Pure Catawaba Wine... ......................... t 5o
Pure Scuppernong Wine ................... t 5
Pure Blackberry Wine... .... .................... co
Pure Blackberry Wine. very old, ptr bot-
Pure Blackberry Brandy, v-er o!il per ,'t-
Pure Old Port Wine. sweet ..... ...... 2 ot
Pure Old Port '.i e. dry...... ............ ..... co
i' e ol!d sherry Wine. we: ............ :
Pure Old Sherry Wine. dry. very old...... 'o
Sauteri ns Wine. per bottle 50- and St.
Rhine W.ne. per bottle, Soc. -:c. and St. o.
Great Western Champagne. pint i5............. 2 oo
or 87i 4-6--7
OCALA 'NE1,DPCEMBER 1. :i
Yb. Y iqmu. a WA hwt.
Thei met r%& ereel that Booker
T. Wahiletom was forced to endure as
SslaVy ,..y was the wearing of a fla:
slirt. In his utoblography. -p Frou"
.rer.' he says:
**l th portion of Virglnia where I
T-Id It UWa i jmgmn to ng flax as part
of tr i- ottting for luae. That lart
of tite gaz fmam which our clothing
was mae. tas largely the refuse.
wbkm ohf ouwmi was the chbpert and
WSaIMt. I Cm I Carcely Imagine
Oy trMV recIt perhaps the pulling
ao a tsh toht is equal to that auoed
by pulling e a m e aax shirt for the
am thw.. It Is almost equal to the
ei t that one would experience If he
bed # do m or m"re eestuat burs or a
ilIdmlW m Pin point. In contact
wO the usII. EV. to this day I can
Uu rcwiately the torture that I un-
4drwit wen Pulfi ,mone of these
tSOW The fact that my flesh was
st and tender added to the pain. But
I h d s choke. I had to wear the flax
~ or Nmt, and had it been left to
,e tl chotoe I should have chosen to
wr nm covering.
In eorU Eu ion with the flax b hrt my
lmbher John. who Is x veranl years oiid-
er than I am. pgrf<(rnhel ole4 of t' e
snwt gentwr-ous acts that I ever hear ] .1o
ow* %isao- relative doing for anoutht-.
*f *erv.-ral <'o-awioni whlwn I was I.* Itn
fur..-l to wear a tw.w flax %hirt be *n-
eri.u-lyt .r v t to put it on in my se-'d
and mear i: ftr otveral days tTiC it was
trwm'O: !!. Until I had grown to leI
qutt a .muith this single garnient was
sa that I ore."
T1% Ro*S Rater.
"Resla eatiag." raid a south Georgia
darter. "Is a habit acquired by the
Cmacker settlers who live In the neigh-
berenod of a turpentine stilL The resin
ry use Isn't the hard. shiny resin of
emere,. but has b ee dipped out of
Ow cokting caldrna at an early stage
4te gpieres. and when it cools it can
be knaeded between the fingers like
.L TWh t7ckwoods resin eater will
hbe off as Itnmese chunk and chew it
pla1dly mntil It disappears. The heat
of the mouth keeps it fairly soft, but if
She chewing herwnes too deliberate It
is apt to '"t.' as they say. and cement
the virth's Jaws together In a grip of
*" Ione rnasion a tbig. rawboned
ackwuodsauaan who used to hang
areard a still I operated came rushing
Intm ny little office. clutching his face
ta tiath hanls and making a horrible
givriag asote ain his threat. 'What on
artb is the matter? I asked In alarm.
lias rsm's sot.' said another Crack-
er. w du brought up the rear. I was non-
plerd at Aust, but finally grasped the
-act that the man had been chewing a
agatr-es slab of resin and had
0h6 h y uqspemed operations
Sb equgbh to allow it to solidify and
tamp i teeth Uke a vice. We finally
pried i me th apes with a chisel and
bo-- a esPqls mslamrsIn the opera-
im. Nat day I saw him chewing
lTo. Umo eMark.
T amit of barts., the real "man
efte" d the eme moeEM deded. 1is
to whIte shmr. This variety reaches
a h o is feaet d a weight of
pa npm its bead i @ug and
Gl. and apmeonot ftr overhangs the
me l. atef t seos Of teeth are sharp
a hauwms ad ~abs like saws. Its
memoIs vr prge, me thaMt one has
be nes sa cwt a iem'a body com-
5lsty t two at a stage iasp of its
md Jaws ad ammftha to mwahlow one
at a si Near Caeutta eae of t bhe
dMo- was m to swallow a bullock's
&B& bMaes ed aiL
Fvam o seebh e amether a bull's
S wOhtees e e, sa d the sailor l
who lago the Gaedhery InIsteld that
Me bib had bem weaowed whole
sI an m ept the he had been dl-
-n. r esme the aem- of a ather
W me a Idy's workbs. 0lAe4 with
_a meo w meme scdmus ad all. It
fI m aay the whte shack which
me the o ean at n day after day
In a saitMve sweetbe of
g ,;. t md et. it e be
w M e Odebteet r s sebotanae
f.r mse.. Ia w ad smailee and the
dei m- o 4 ame worse thaa chico-
a-. ft-e a na n d a ggbgle there
in the wfth t he herisoa. I od
dt al day and tal s to the hearty and
-u s ha. ha. ft a le t of bright
ad jey p-op. but would rather be
inth he ferred to stay within ear-
am ot a eCeu ot silly gossIp. Cul-
vaer tiat part of yowr nature that In
weak to see the mirtihfl ide of thiln.
sa rw san w eustaled to sed many
Ses trs Mbses. as the plumage of the
had sheds the reai. But discourage
mE geed*ekts to seek your anusement
as hr esxpere of Lanther's feeligs or
IB aught that Impure. It was (
wo amtd. "T1" me what a -mm laugs
at and I will red you his character."
'hb. was b ar lst nailik~tnaire? Soloe
mu. Itm ew.nc down to earth In mod-
see ttim ,tmron's wealth was a -
Ie L ,- .f C'r, *.ns. Mida*s and
the rwt. I'.trapl you reni,,wlr rope's
T 1 si. at .. e fi a n.*.
a "a,,i'* hI.L'"'""' fro is rapa-
hentr ,u1-.thi utf atcqnirirg tIaf itn
ws tue artsbeort of his own fortune,
Why Dinah lept.
Not i ng ago a Ceutenant in the navy
was ordered away on a three years'
cruise. The order had been dreaded
for weeks, and when it came the young
wife. who was to be l ft in a Brook-
lyn flat with a baby and a colored serv.-
ant, was In despair.
She controlled her sorrow very well.
however, until the actual moment of
parting came. and then she wept as
though her heart would break. The
cruiser was to leave the nary yard
early next morning. and the lieutenant
had gone to report for duty.
In the midst of her lamentations the
young wife heard a sniffing and sob-
bing in the dining room. and upon
glancing through the door she saw
Dinah. the colored maid, rocking her
body to and fro in a chair and weeping
"Why. D-P-Dinah. what's the m-mat-
ter'?" cried the mistress. "You seem
to t-t-take Mr. Blank's departure as
much to heart as I d do."
"'Deed I d(esnt, Mis' Blank; 'deed I
doesn't' sobbed Dinah. "What am
boderin dis chile am de fac' dat a cul-
lud gemman friend o' mine am gwine
sail hisse'f on dat same ole cruisah!"-
New York Herald.
Some zx1.1.ted4 F d Fallteles.
Fish as a food of the brain worker
must be consigned to the limbo of
vanities, though certain forms of fish
are the cheapest of all foods, notably
the bloater. Oysters and turtle soup
are frauds. It would take 14 oysters
to equal the nourishment of one egg
and 223 to provide the same amount
of nutriment contained In a pound of
Salt fish. especially .alt tt fish, Is
the most valuable food for the poorer
classes, and whole races In the south
of Europe live on the Newfoundland
cod. ('anned salmon we see at 18
pence a pound is no more expensive
than cod at sixpence. Millions of peo-
ple live on it, and the North American'
settler who Is not well provided with
cash iads it a good substitute and
change from flesh meat at times.
Frong' legs are not of high nutritive
value, which need not surprise us.,
Turtle soup from the chemist's point'
of view is not worth a tenth of the
price paidM V It.-Exchaft.e.
There is something uncanny about a
boy who can save moOey.-Ahtchia
Theskia is the seat of an almost end.
less variety of diseases. They are kncwu
by various names, but are all due to the
same cause, acid and other poisons in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
To have a smooth ft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The ian y preparations of
arsenic and potah ..noi the large numr.?er
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of. Diseases cover uj
for a short time. t,' cannot remove per-
manently the ugly I lotches and the red,
W vfmeAe Is 9the 4
f a eawtlffwl comnplexio:n
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. H. T. Sh be. 2-,C l.uucs Avenue. St. Louis.
no. sav'- "Mv daughter a' aftai.ed for vea:s
with a ~at.6figuring erupt on on her face. wch
resisted all tareiten*. *t -- was uke ta to t-.,
eelcbraed hbeith spri-e It received ro bent-
it. MIany rmedici'e w< r ;.ves tcr:t-d. hut wiln-
eat result. uatil we dtc-i.ed a j try S. S S and I'y
the time the firt bhtttic a., Inis.'Ned the erutipa
began tosaprp,-ar. A dn b httles cured her
couwpletclyv d left her sk .t perfectly smooth.
She iast I t!evtefen et r.' id. and nota sign of
the e m arTa.si:'g esasc i..s ever returned."
S. S. i.; positi\ v, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest tf all blk!d purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed p; rely vegetable.
Bad blood makes had complexions.
i ri lrin.,es and invigo.
^ u^ S nr-te- the old and
r- ,ak,-s new. rich blood
s s sl "t h a' nourishes the
. :Ic I -iv and keeps the
skin active an. I.. i..y and in proper
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT T!
Loaded to the Top,
I am Here at Last.
T Oe SOaK of the r--se.
Certain himrs when the period of
ourtship corn s rounml repair to partic-
Wlar trusting apat'es a'nd announce their
Io.essi e there 1,y w., knownn calls or
The ruffed ( rrn;,,. ar (v,>ry one
k:'ow~v, seeks al 2 ld \aL or other con-
venicnt perch and dupis with hWs
wins a hint to any l.ady -rouse with-
in hearing that "'Bari.is vs willin."
The perforinanee of rT1, g, i.L-e i.s one
frequently heard, hut comparatively
seldom seen. and for tiny years there
were numerous ennflting theories
conerning the means by which the
drumming waos product. Some said
that the sound was vr,-al. and others
declared that the gprcs struck the log
with its wings. Evn today the pre-
cise eause of the sound is not known.
for. although the bird has been closely
watched. its wing movements are so
rapid that It is next to impossible to
tell exactly what takes pace. This
much. however, is knovwn: During the
performance the grous, stands upon
the leg or other per'h and strikes tih:
air in front of his Ilody amewi ht after
the manner of an elated barnyard cock.
The first few -. rokes ar.n measured. but
they become faster and faster until the
in'.;i-dual thumps nrt, ;.st. as In thl.
rolling of a drum. V'h. other the sound
is 1ut e ,nt:rI-y *) I *..t;. of the air or.
whl'-ther it 1; ;increas.dl !y the str2:i',,
to0,ther of tl;. wing til.< Is a qI.si :
yet to I.h settl-d.-hI.-irtr,rd Times.
Is Loaded With
In U underwear for Men, Women and Chil-
dren, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps,
Shirts, Jewelry. Shoes.: Capes, Jackets,
Skirts, Boys' and Men's Clothing, Crockery,
and Notions of all kinds.
For the latest styles in up-to-date Dreas or
W walking Hats, THE BROADWAY MLL!-
NERY STORE, next door to The New Rwdle,
~. leads the procession-at a saving of 2 r
The a cent to the purchaser. Come and inspect
-and get our prices on our holiday display of
--F i Fine- Dres.~ Pan-American and Walkiu
Hats. \\e will save you money on your hat
purchases. We will also trim or dress your
Ihat in any style d-sired.
"P. S.-We soil at wholesale and retail. mail sders
-- given prompt attention. Write for priest.
The:New Racket and Drcadw y RilimerySre,
O. CALA, FLORIDA
'or Lady Shoppers!
re's rtrhtnes lia our stock of
rare, warm goods for
fall and winter gar-
ments. The colors
are unusually plese-
iI g, being different
from the colors or-
in goods of ibis
character. For waist,
or skirts we have
lust the thing-all
flue, new, up-to-date
Warth esae NeaWlth.
you wear.one of these pretty Jack
s--made in several
1, wi:h plain or fur-
ill It. t- comfortable
hyically and men-
'y. They are the
rm-nts that best
- e't needs of tb ,
*rate woman in
*1 weaLher, 6nd we
ve a complete at-
ti lueut of siz s for gil --t*'s aid
- silr ..kirIts have a fl re to them
and are jsit as nice
a skirt a. you could
make froun the best
silk. They are of
a rire r ti.- of goods
with fat colors, and
wont pull to pieces
j as you have found
some silk skirts do
/ WELL-no creep-
ing at the knees.
A ah. AL 6
I !iMERIAL BANK.OUALA.
Accounts of Firms, Corpomtions and Individuals Solicited.
Prompt Attention to all Busios Entrusted to our Care.
Exchange Bought and old.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
A. E. DELOUEST
Sash and Doors,
READ MIXED PAINTS, ETC
THE SOUTHLAND RABBITBRIE
Dealers in Imported and Fazcy Bred
From recent Importations, Queen Lipton, Yorkshire Lass,
Dash Princess, King Wautage, Duke William and UsaA
Wonder. :Write us.
W. D. MORTON, Mgr.
Nine- H IN
of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
all the EGULATES the Liver. Stemach8and Bls,
People n Cleanses the System, Purifies t.m.
I Suffer P OURES Malaria. Biliousness. CiinstiMtiml
SHAVE just loaded THE VEW RA CKET, Oeala'. Cheape-4 Store and my headquarters, with Toys
and Presents of every description. I brought loads of every kind of Doll and Toy for the boys
and girls, and Holiday Goods of every description, suitable for gifts and presents for young
olks. old folks.'and all ages of folks. If you fail to visit and inspect my great display of Holiday
,oods, Dolls. Toys, &c., left at THE NEW RACKET. you just' as well "Go 'way back and sit down,"
is you will have missed half of your life. Yours as ever. OLD SANTA CLAUS.
d bIIIALA It-A MAWZk. DSM-M3R itIM.16
I ~U.W ~m. J- -
Whelemael Dears ma =It&rs
THE FINEST BEER MADE
Importers a"m d Ibbr
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
In presenting our price list for the season
of 1901-02 we desire to thank our friends and
customers for the large patrontae accorded
us in the past and to assure them that we
will instintain our reputation for highest
quality of goods and lowest prices.
We beg to announce our purchase on Oc-
tober 7th of the Montezuma Exchange form-
erly own-ed by Mr. J. P. Galloway, thus
giving us control of two separate and com-
plete establishments, both of which will be
conducted in a thoroughly up-to-date man-
ner. The Montezuma Exchange has long
enjoyed an enviable reputation which we
shall endeavor to maintain. Many import-
ant changes and improvements have been
made since our purchase, including new bil-
liard rooms, a thoroughly high-class cafe,
and greater facilities for our retail depart-
ment and store rooms.
We expect to do the largest business in our
history the present season. We are prepared
in every possible way to handle it. We
have the goods in stock, bought in large
quantities for cash. and we sell accordingly.
With a fifteen years' record behind us, and
the benefit of that ,aoummt of experience, we
feel justified in asking your orders.
We are agents forthe celebrated Indm ap-
ois Brewing Company, whose famous Beer
was crowned over all as the finest in the
world at the Paris Exposition. We can and
do recommend their well known brands,
Indianapolis Budweiser and "Progress
i A, .
We solicit your patronage and
*.": CARNICHAEL PET
Full quart $1; four full quarts, delivered, $4;
twelve full quarts, delivered, $11.
RalT. OF OCALA
Full quart, $1; four quarts in box, delivered,
#4; twelve quarts, delivered, $12.
Full quart, 75c; four full quarts in box, $3;
twelve quarts, delivered, $9.
Which is a pure Maryland Rye, at the Ivery
low price of 75c per full quart; four quartmin
box, S3; twelve quarts, delivered, $9.
The best whiskey on the market for family
use, full quart, $1.50; four quarts in box, de-
livered, $6; twelve quarts, delivered $16.
A pure Kentucky Whiskey, made of the very
finest grain, and guaranteed to be as pure as
the purest, 81.50 per full quart; four quarts
in box, delivered, $G; twelve quarts, deliv-
A A A A BAKER
Full quart, !81.50; four quarts in box. S5;
twelve quarts, $13.50.
OLD PRIVATE STOCK
Full quart, $1.50; four quarts lin box. ,liv-
ered, $0; twelve quarts. delivered :I;.
WELLERW XXII CABINETi
The best Whiskey on the market for medi-
cal purposes. Try it and be convinced. Per
Full quart, $1.25; four quarts in box.
twelve quarts, $15.
OCAR rarri u
We have on hand a limited amount of this
excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at as
j per case.
W. H. EcBRAYER
At $b perl case. These goods are standard
and cannot be beaten anywhere.
COGNAC AND IFENCH BBRANDIES
Genuine Imported Cognac, at $2 per bottle.
Vte. De 8t Morstton & Co., (8 years old]
62.50 per .Kttle.
Califoria Brandy, S3 and $4 per gallon.
Three Star Henneee, imported .25 per
$1.25; gallon, 6I.50.
50c; I gallon, $1; gal-
quart, 75c; i gallon,
60c; 4 gallon, 81; gal-
Raspberry, quart, 60c; J gallon, $1; gal-
Peach and Honey, $2.50 to $4 per gallon.
Tom Gin, $1.75 to $S per gallon.
Rock and Rye, $1.75 to $3.50 per gallon.
California Claret. 60c per bottle; $5 per
Sherry, 50, 60 and 75c per quart:
and $3 per gallon.
Port, 50, 60 and 75c per quart:
and $3 per gallon.
Muscatel, 65, 75 and $1 per quart;
and 84 per gallon.
Catawba, 50, 30 and 75c per quart;
and 83.00 per gallon.
Scuppernong,- 50, 6 and 75c per quart;
$1.50. 82 and $: per gallon.
Old New England.......
.Jamaica ....... .......
Q' 2t. Gal.' Gal.
. 8 0so I 408 2 50
$ 85 1 50 3 00
. 1 00 2 00 400
.t 85 I 50W 3 00
Our Bottle Beer is Simply Fine-Try a Barrel
and be Convinced.
Indianapolis Budweiser, per bbl...... $11 00
"Progress Brand" Duesseldorfer...... 10 50
it" per doz..........1 50
6 per 5 doz. $5.50 to 650
Beer without label, per doz ... ...... 1 00
KEO BEER sa.75
Ke g nuztb- returned or ft wiil ht charged for same.
NALTALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER Ded. $10
Special" at $3.25*
This whiskey is five years old, pure and
unadulterated, and is well matured. It is
distilled especially for medical and family
use. No family can afford to be without it.
We will, on reeipt of deliver, free of
express charges four quartboft es,
packed in wooden box, with no mark exce
your address on box. For $2.00 we wil de
two full quarts same as above.
Sour Mash, 4 yrs old...
Ripy 5 yrs old ......
McBrayer. 6 yrs old...
Belle of Ocala...........
Rose Dale Bourbon.....
Belle of Anderson.......
Famous Lewis 1866......
Oscar Pepper [in bulk]..
James E Pepper........
Very Old ................
Stone Mountain .........
SFern Cli ..................
Pure Peach..... ....
Pure Apple ..............
Old Tennessee Apple....
Cognac Brandy (Dom.)..'
Imp. Brand(8 yrs old)..
Blackberry Brandy-- -......'
Old Tom ................
Holland -.. .............. .
Swan (4 yrs old).........
Packed eight XXXX CABINET Is used by nearly all
GINGER ALE wlvet o 75C. PER DOZ. Ocala physicians-they say it's BEST.
TO THE TRADE.
Our prices are figured on the very lowest
cash basis, and under no circumstance will
we ship goods C. 0. D,. as the Express Com-
pany will only take whiskey at the owner's
risk and open, The laws will not allow them
to ship liquors C. 0. D. We will accept ex-
press orders, postoffice money orders, one
and two cent stamps, aid checks on parties
we know are 0. K. We buy for cash and
sell for cash, -thereby giving our customers
the benefit of bad accounts.
Quart, $1; four quarts in box. S4: twelve
* 7 ~*
THE OCALA D&ANNE. B DF EYER 131.f190L
& tCe.n gh.mn. N.Y. 0
Tettee Mat of the Oake mmaer
-Da-- I would farmteb you with a
dMnrt emmaleal-- f- oem thi plae.
sepig you wiI mad Geen .toyour
paper or the amme, and if so I may
sad yu at dblreut times abort coa-
I wll t aseae that Lago s a
malltow or village with a wellwt-
tied setim of emstry as far east as
el Taupa bay, which I about four
mlUw to the lsenwt polut, and north-
~w- It I* about three miles to the goult
an elthwet about eight miles. It
s three miles Mouth of Clearwater,
about two froas Bellair and about %-1
lee ftrm unrth of t. Petersburg.
This section las a gvmod many old set-
trs. a good many bingm rained h. r-.
while nh~rb have bten moving it
gradually for some time.
There awe quite a anumnber of young
aue here mow engaged in petting up
images to bilp. The meet of those
whoteave bees living here forsome
time have Ise g aves. Thy wnIre
gwn by their own efforts, while
qutte a namber have come in and
boee t gows. Ibe orange trees in
this getie we e damaged but little
by the seere freeze that killed aso
maay grS*** I the tale. Judging
-- appearances -- the told affected the
Utes her about like it did at far
etH AMuadsa. There are somae
place nwar here that the green Uma-
ames and g- plants have not tenI
dammed any by the front this fall as
There is s e grove ear here that
the owner old the fruit this season on
the trees for slO,oWo. It is the largest
irove aear here; contains forty acre,
asd ti in a high stAt of cultivation.
There are many other fine groves that
ntain tUomn five- to twenty acres.
Thitis tjuite a shipping point for
orsanes, vegetables and strawberries.
It is the greatest shipping point Ie-
tween i at. Petersburg and Trilby.
Lead seems to be cheap enough.
Tows lots tan be bought from fifteen
to se hundred dollars, owing to Ito-
eaity; and wild lauds can te thought
fr-m vee to twenty dollar per acre.
There are sem e buildings being put
up. TherW to a ise two-story drug
Meem muder co strmetio by Mr. RufMt
MeMa ad a genal merchandise
Mere by 0. L.askelter, and the rail-
meai emlpany is having a new depot
tedwhteh will add a great deal to
the town. TIbe ame two argB pack-
Ing bomMw d tvwo stmre that keep
e al shade m ad a goodmw-
mil, whbhtebI kept very busy- There
are same Ion plaeris ales that seema
o do well, sad the guava crop was
There is a me bhool'that hasan
asgedame of about seventy-five pu-
vile. and a very progrewve Methodist
heurch and uanday schooL
There sto a tram band that reflects
eredit oe the yong men of Largo and
This section is eonsidered very
healthy, there being but little malaria.
0. L.- t.
U* Sept ls Lgs.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Co~a cratched hisleg with
a riety wire. Inflammatio and blood
pnniiunt set in. For two years he
neared intend k. Then the best do,-
atrs urged amputation "but" he writes
"I ued one bottle of Electric Iitters
-a o^bli' ArniE'S
nm the elaborate additions and im
Mr. Jno. W. Willis, who has had a
ong experience in the busin ass, con-
uemts on the main business street the
4 reliable Willis Broadway house.
He has also added a number of rear
roosa and his rates are very moderate.
Among the many merchandising
friends of the Banner, we met the
Miller brothers. E T. Bowman, Spark-
man & Iparkman. W. H. Johns, H.
W. Vaughn. Then there was the
genial Col. Nick Barco, L. M. Noles,
W. E. Armstrong, Skott & Johnson,
who conduct an excellent livery bus-
ineas, I r. P. W. Fant, H. H. Espey,
and many others.
It is needless to say that outside of
their own excellent county paper the
oealt Banner is the favorite in Crystal
Among the tens of thouM-ond who
have uted Chamberlain'sCough Rem-
edy for coldsand Is grippe during the
past few years, to our knowledge, not
asingleease has resulted in pneumou-
Ia. Those. Whitfield & Co., '4u* Wabash
avenue, Chicago. one of the most prom-
iuent retail druggists in that city, in
speaking of this, says: "We recom-
mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for la grippe In many cases, as it not
only glves prompt and complete re-
covery, but also counteracts any ten
deny of la grippe to result in pune-
monia" For sale by Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m
SOme. b1y ishop oray.
Interesting services were held in
Grace Episcopal church last Sunday,
the congregation enjoying a visitation
from Bishop Gray. The bishop
preached a very earnest and Impre-
sivd sermon, taking no text. He gave
an account of the meeting of the tri-
ennial convention of the church which
w.s held in San Fran-isco recently.
Notwithstanding that the continent
had to be traversed, the bishop said it
was the largest conventiou ever held
in the history of the church in this
country, and the most enjoyable. He
smid it was the most splendidly re-
ported, and everything connected
with it was most encouraging to those
who attended it it and watched its
Hespoke specially of the matter of
divorce, which engaged its attention.
He sid that the more stringent canon
law that was attempted to be passed
received a majority vote of the bishops
and ministers present, but was lost by
the vote of the lay delegates. He said
be believes that this law will be passed
at the next triennial conventatiou, to
be held in Boston.
He dwelt also at length on the ef-
forts to change the name of the
church, claiming that the words Prot-
estant Episcopal liad no place in the
church and was t*ever authorized by
any general convention. He spoke
earnestly on this subject, and heartily
favors the change.
He spoke lastly, and most earnestly,
on the missionary features that were
s> prominent before the meeting in
ean Franaico. He said that the com-
mand of Christ, "Go ye into the world
and preach the gospel to every creat-
ure," was burning itself into the heart
of the ehuicb as n.*ver before. He
ended hi beautiful, ehqeut aud im-
pressive sermon by telling of his own
muisionary labors amoug the handful
of Seninuots in thieevergladets.
After his sermon, Ihe rite of confirm.
mation was ,ouferred on the f:llow.
** i -
lag candidates: mi:-:s B-eatric-
clair, Lilliau "Thagard, Caroline
tanr -itnd 'C rlieit (rraV.
Over-aWo Weakens Bnoma the sow uI
Yow Kidnveys A repre' utativ,, of the Banner!
a Kys ~visited beautiful Crystal River *arly ;
_ b f t ,3 UM M gwe @L ,hi week and tifnds Ihis town going
AN rapidly ahead as to -uririse even
^Alln0 the blood yorbodypa w g i"old inhabitants.
7- blbatweNL I ys yoW The new veneering mill of Baum
woodpr aPr.kthey f. & Robertson employiig from thirty-
ter ot the waste or ve to forty hands has helped mater-
uaapwtle. ^i theblood.- lally. Then here it loated the cedar
; 1aro5icakko rout mill of the Dixon Crucible Co., of
Their work. Jersey City, where most of our pencils
Pal&.addcesmdrhesu originate. They employ about forty
=~Jt U from ez- or fifty hands.
a Uood u atUtocd I The fiah and oyster shipping busi-
blood, d. usto. 0MCIAs
Istre _. ne Bhere tm a big thing. There are'
sWly bts cm e quickk or u four concerns that ship largely each
budht t bame thhe 1art Ps day, the Crystal River Fish and Ice
a 6-a g t P m E ceT. F. HoyI E T. Bowman, L. K.
p i M led m s am ares. Black. Andit Is a afe proportion
iit a u t hary that tCrysal River fish and oysters
uddw w te a lbe-I to the CIda Ban't bhe best.
Al" -a ...Ma.a asC I This winter she will have something
tlF'a 'ay nW la. long needed'and which if attempted
ye an youcs ma lts m nioah before would have made her the chief
W t2 m eactsDr.IMWlKns winter report on the west coast-that
-t- N He great kidney rmedy is i ample hotel accommodations. Our
maeN eeamd. It stands the highest for ts old friend Dr. J. D. Bennett has now
wmidftlcuemoB 1 the Mnot ditressis ca open one of the handsomest houses in
and is oma itmels A I lorida well furnished and containing
by mlas d tsm Ia fty-
ban i. ao4u-rsa-5 twenty-five or more rooms.
oe. You may have a& Mrs. Mary Allen has at last, owing
aimpte bottle by wadl aom simews lto* the solicitation of visitors, consent-
lam yoa e y or uId toled ed to open the Dixon House on Jan. 6,
Mtmoale6 VS r when wrtifng Dr. KUr amd a force of working men are busy
THE BOSTON bTORE I THE BOSTON STORE
TH ENTIRE OUTLAY
strong and full of ginger, the
second flabby, weak and tired
out before he begins. The
feeding makes the difference.
Children are not alike either.
One is rosy, bright-eyed, full
of life and laughter, another is
pale, weak and dulL The feed-
ing again is responsible.
Sickly children need special
feeding. They don't "feel their
oats". Scott's Emulsion adds
just the right richness to their
diet. Itis like grain to the
horse. The child gets new
appetite and strong digestion.
Scott's Emulsion is more
than food. It is a strong
medicine. It rouses up dull
children, puts new flesh on thin
.:ncs and red' blood into pale
i.s23. It makes children grow.
Scott's Emulsion makes ordi-
.< -^ nary food do *ts
-".' j.' This picture represent*
*; .J^, the Trade Mark of Scott's
SEmulsion and s on the
i; E. wrapper of every bottle.
kai Wforka" m'p
E .,SCOTT & BOWNE.
409 Pearl St., New Y ok
Soc and $;. all druggists.
Iu Olu 13 ij
I Fl SVING TO Y1T
50 PER GENT
WELL, this is what
it will save you by
Doomrs% ash, BlndI, Mmouldlag
and Building Material.
WVinidow -a- Fancy Grlass
Pureihase our make, which we
Guiarantee Superior to any
Sold South, and Thereby
Offiice and W.:eroomq. King. Opposite Cannon
ROLLR FROM Otly the best
OUR OVEN r. .i...il goes
iutu LuS ,ve'U aud
rolls out. It is delight fully cr.si8 and
wholeome. A few slie-e butte -ed is a
meal in itself and almost a nutritious
Orders for Bread. 'C., C CD be more
satifatictorily filled by
than by any either bakery In town.
McI VEW and /A CIA)
of us. Buy a pair of us
and if they are not as we
represent tfem, your
money will be refunded.
We want you to try a *
rare pair at a rare price.
Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Is.one of our specialties. In this particular we under-
sell the cheapest. as our buyer buys only for cash,
which enables us to give our patrons the advantage of
same. If you have ever worn any of our Clothing,
you will not want to read this, as that was enough to
Ladies' Readv-Maae Garments.
This is the line that so many of.our competitors have
been hard at work to learn how we can sell so low and
yet keep it up. The mystery will now be explained.
It is a known fact that if you sell "BELOW COST"
you can't keep things a-going. We do not sell below
cost, but as our sales are so many we can afford to
sell at a very small profit.
Gents' Furnishings Hats
We don't think much need be said regarding this
line, but simply that we are always up to date on
all styles and prices to correspond with our other
If space would allow us to tell you about this
line it would take up much more time t3 read
about this than any other hews in this paper, but
as our space is limited we will only say that we
carry a more varied and up-to-date line than any
other store in Central Florida, and as to our
prices,. you may consult your neighbors, for
some of them must surely have traded at our
store if ever in Ocala.
TO THE LADIES:
Do not forget your Christmas Hats
your horse "feel his
What a difference be-
" -- V~ *' -f
tween the grain-fed and the
Offers a spectacle of unusual brilliance, even for
the sparkling season of Christmas. Do you want
- ~^ -THE NICEST GIFT a ss
that a reasonable price will buy? Something that
can be given with pride and accepted pleasure.
We lay ourselves out to suit. Will unlimited
choice, endless variety and economic prices suit
you? We can do it and
LAY OUT COMPETITION
BY OUR LOW PRICES.
No purse-pinching prices, but figures just as rea-
sonable as if our large stock gave us no pull on
public patronage. Lay out your money with us
and lay in a bargain. But don't delay. Pickings
go to the first and leavings to the last comers. Be
in the front of the rush to
THE BOSTON STORE
W EI have just re-
ceived a $1,t00 bill
S S MEE of shoes, which we will
J sacrifice. We want to
be known as the only
house in Ocala selling
t the lowest l"aMi;d'
Prices. Just think ,tf a
THE OCALA DANNMIEDEC K]M IM Ii, L
ENOUGO VOTES TO SAVE THE CITT.
('.,-',f Mr. .. Gref-f'- ar' p inssaid
to uA ou tl.e "Ay ,f our municipal
etectioni t Lat all the gori men of the
city were voting for Ihim. implyion
that all the tal men were voting for
C6P other f-;lows.
As bad as that statement shows the
prevailing condition of things in this
city, till it is not bop-Iemlyin a bole.
*"Aad the Lord said because the cry of Sodom
m Gomrrah b is g eat, and beca ee their si is
will gp dw aow. s d see whether they
sne dome altogether sodiug to the cry of it.
*whic is come ust. me, I wi kl w.
-Asd the mTe t rued their facet froi thece.
ad west towards todom: but AiAwshe yet stood
'efere the Lord.
"And Abraham drew near and mid. Wilt
:h.o destoy the righteous with the wickedI
"Peradventure there be ffty righteouS within
the city. wilt thou a!so destroy and not spare
the place for the,y rgtter.usthat are therein?
* And the I ,rd aid. if I fd in Sod xom
tifty rngtee s w:*-.in the cty. I w : 'ptpar all
th city fi-r he: r akef,.
We hope we will not be regarded as
acr,-hagious if weecompare Abraham',
love of %odf,m to the Ocala Banner's
love of Oala, which is very great, s
he made hi- appeal yet more streu-
mous. a." will be- en frni hi_- closing
A I hI- I.: '. -! 1 n'-tt t 1 ,r, 'e angry
and I w." '. -- x t ',ut th:s cnce i'radvien-
are ten *ha:: =- f.!in' there
"And Hie .sa I a-;.: n't de.trry :t A fr ten
So we can gird up our loins and re-
joiee that -Oala will not immediately
go to the demnition bow-wows.
A nrew and complete treatment. co iirtng of
Suppositories. Cap-ule- of O:rtment and two
bc=x- of Ointment- A nerer failing cure for
I*e, of every nature and degree. It makes an
operation with the knife. which il painful. and
o'ten results n death, unnecessary i / ea-
daue this terrible disease' We pack a written
guaranteein each t. box. Nocure. no pay.
ii: a box. tor 5 ,Snt by mail. Sample
@ITMENT SMa AND;WC.
Cared. Pile Prevented. by
Wal~~vlJapanese live Pellets. the
great liver and stomach regulator and blood
pri5-r. Small mild and pleasant to take; sa
pecially adapted for children's use. Fifty does
25c. Anti-Monopcly Drug Store. Ocala .
If the good amen in the city are to J ierry
be meamsred by M r. Green's vote we
comt eleven times more than there Burnett
w in P odom
Therefore, let us rejoice. M
osti f l .d fMBOA. Tai
Are th bet advertisersfor Foley's T
Honey and Tar and all who use it
agree that it Is a splendid remedy for Finest Imported and
cough, colds or sore lungs. Anti- Domestic Cloths. .
Monopoly Drug Store. m Cutting I
as Etgat R*eepties. Fits Gua
One of the most brilliant and de-1
lightful affairs of the season was the _
reception on Tuesday evening given -
by Mis e fa Io and Johnnie Liddon
complimentary to Miss Nellie Potter
and Mr. Mallory Liddon and their at-
tende:t.. Imrnaediately after, the \,
church reher-al the guests :went to ,0,
the home of Mr. (. A. Liddon on
Ocklawaha avenue, where they were
most cordially welcomed by Mrs. C.
A. L iddlon and 3Mrs. H. C. Groves.
The lihue wa, very elaborately and
artistically decorated in bamboo, 4
Ialm., fernm, carnations, ebrynan-
theums aud tIride's rope.
Delightful a. ie was rendered dur-
ing the entiree evening by the Mathews
At eleven o'clock the guests relairedl
to the dining r-om where a delicious
collation wa- served. At the door of
the dining room eachIguest was met
by Mis Johnnie Liddon and were
given different flowers asl souvenirs
and these flowers also indicated: the
places of the guests at the tables.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall, tof
Kansas, City, Mo., and Misses Lena
Bullock, Hatty* Porter and Johnnie Apples,
LiAdion rendered delightful vocal
The guest of honor, Miss Potter,
was very lovely in a black grenadine Grape ]
over black nilk.
Mims Barkadale was very handsome
in old row crepe de chine.
Misa Valeta Potter looked I very
pretty and was dressed in old rose Lemons,
Miss Jola Liddon as handsomely Currants,
wMMdi in black silk kad Miss John- Pr U
aie IAd in black and yellow. Pru
Editor Lynch of "Daily Post" Phil-
lipRburg, N. J., has tested the merits
of Foleys Honey and Tar.,with this
result: "I have used a great many Citron,
patent remedies% in my family for Figs,
coughs and cold-, and I can honestly Fig
say your Honey and Tar is the best
thing of the kind I have: ever ued Apri
and I cannot say too much in praiseof
It." Anti-Motnoply Drug Store. m
Grape fruit, oranges and 'bananas.
dates, figs and raisins, a full line at Potatoes,
SId Whaleys. O
Mr. C. W. Rush, who conducts a
large merehautile business in Dun- Florida S
nellon, has opened at Hernando, Cit-
rus county's looming mining town, a Map
branch establishment which will be
up to date. Mr. Rush is great on cut- _
ting prices and will do a big business
If you would ntave an appetite like
& mirn 3I1 i rPolialH fgrip ,nap mn. nt.*
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
i.. W I I -
CHRISTMAS TOYS, DOLLS, BOOKS,
that you must have for the
tree, the stocking or the table
you should purchase at W. C.
JEFFORD'S, because you get
the best and the most for the
money in nuts, dates, figs,
confectionery and every kind
of fancy groceries. Leave
your order in season and you
won't risk omitting anything.
1:- I I I4 t I II 1 1 : !1Ar
See the Souvenir China (scenes fr4
and Silver Springs) appropriate for C
OCALA a a
IL 11mm ILm 11 IL 1L 11 11 A ImLL 11, 1
Harvest King Flour, fully guaranteed.
Diamond X Butter, fresh and pure.
Full Cream Cheese.
White House and B. D. & T. Coffees,
Finest in the land.
Star Hams and
Buckwheat and Pancake Flour,
Cottolene and Plantene,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos
THE OCALA BANNER, DECEMBER 13, MI1.
4 U L-I""' tt..*I I. Vr
1 SP *'tiU~.9~a~alwill liii !i'I
lw a ur.'al orintarjtra.. I..law lY frieuds
t1,m. l WoI ~Irk anut Mr. Harry
1-11441311h111 wre lh*: atteuditgtN..
Itb.*,rinde oil.lt" 4614"et dawclte~r of
cof eix ..nuoul G(-wc'rgtMatthewit, andI
UtKPNM irw 's a i riftitl4 30 utg art-biteet
MWd *'usldr, Of Jacklumgaville. Hi8,
porruam. live. its (11raa, n*hem lbe abo
ur'ided filer insmy years
Mr. and -Mu~s Mark left oil the mild-:
siE40 ran1erJilckslOn'i~lle, their'
"Pot'" eolatiae to Bask Checks, Etc.
(Hawkins~ New Cat.h -m on Business)
[ XoN"INI:I I tM l.A.,T\wu K ],
Never alter at cheek if a mistake
has been mad<. I)t-troy it and draw
Never date a check ahead or draw
fr more than you hive in the bank,
even though the I-erou in whose
favor it is drawn promiis-s to keep it
until a given date.
MrXKNtoE ('l, HAMI.ss, Bankers.
To Stop A Cold.
After ex(Nsure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It never fails to stop
a cold if taken in time. Anti-Monop-
m- eboo. oly Drug tore. m-
The 'sl Hiammer tex-tnds its temn-
Imtlulataoup and winbes them happi- Sor umatnipal Eleoteea.
-m sad Ugth 1f yeat. At the election last Tuesday essrs.
e-- r M. FiBhel was elected mayor; Will-
Th Sot Ps im n Edwards, councilman-at.large; A.
A pi*re of flasimel dampened with, (. Gates, councilman first ward; J.
'* amtserlaint's Pain Balm and bound M. Bareo, second ward; E. P. Thagard,
to the affeAted parts is superior to any D E. Melver, third ward; Herbert
*I.ater. When troubled with lame Jones, fourth ward.
t s-k or imins in the aide or chtt, give -
it a tnal and you are certain to be oeloties for Christmas.
a.*rv. laus |lenasd o ith the prompt Our stock contain- a well selected
resltef sha it anlords. Pai Balm assortment of jewelry, sterling silver,
alt.. i ear rhetusatimen. (he applica- cut glass and clocks suitable for the
--,ro t. tone altloliea- h ,l*idays.
M 40414 a0 V,4 r u- l e .IoOr Sale IOy A n ti- C
2 (k'LA MC'Sur Co.
A. lyeuma eoae undes the auspice Hate for lilies, boy, and men, all
oe the Alkabhet Lyceum Bureau of new good., at Frost's store. +
Alsata, oa.b has been arranged inu __________ ------
this rity. The gat attraction will be
th Quaker City Male q rtet, which Cold Storage
wM an~ear n the Rildeas ramoy
Dwd.ber 1. A a"er on. iepeo- For M eat. .
ple of OanlaUtbavi e privife e ofi.
bhia aev. The ms Dixon, the fa- We are now prepared to re.
ms New York palpit orator and ceive meat and other artiles
patitdwe vumer. Alto John Temple for 'old storage. Our prices are
Gones, s weIl known to the cti e reasonable and we guarantee
of this atas editor and orator. The lotion.
ile.rlal Ladls* Quartet of Cineiu- i ion.
a has been arranged for. The EAST FLa. ICE U'F'6 CO.
uem wlU al&o be interspersed with ocala / Florida
wit U I1 ftlr, am' for Eno -
RalpH Blg ham has been secured.
Te course will be doed with a le--
turr by Andrew M. McConnell, pprei-
4det of the Alkaheat Lyceum Bureau.
No ot reasonably lCIpe tor good
bnalth sulem his bowel. move once
ereb day. When this is not attended
on. dinmderr of the at .mach arise,
btui mes, headaehe dy pepsia and
rpiMes 1E0 lew. If you wish to avoid
tee aismemnats keep your bowels
reur **by taking Chambetrlaiu'1
Iteeb1 and Liver Tablets when
elret4ed. They are an easy take and
mild wMI matle u effect. For sale tby
Astl-NMeogpy Drug Store. m
t IryN onesr.
Ms. Mary Allen announces that
the DizNn HOMea now a handwsme
twenty uom hotel will open ou Jan-
uasy T is well appointed house
&eM the river and i well located.
IFRitaeg wd bhmig were never bet-
ter. Mms. Allea ha n made arranMe-
Mma to fourth beats and guides for
her gutrs Write fow rats. 12153m
is bllicmems. HKerbine, by expelling
frM tlhe body the exz-v of bile
amd ael. improve te aswimilative
gnrmewBs. pwri is the 14nod, and toneo
up amid sF'emgtbe the entire sysoen,.
Price acests at Anti-.M-nop-ly Drug
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NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
N OTICE is hereby given that under and by
virtue of a certain final decree in chancery.,
entered by the Hon. W. .. Bullock. judge of the
Circuit Court for the fifth judicial iarcun. of
Florida. sittiug in chancery tor Marion cody,,
on the fourth day of December, 1901. in a certain
cause then depending in said court wherein
Thomas A Hamnmoni. as trustee, is complain-
ant. and the Crescent Orange Company. an Ohio
corporation. is defendant, the undersigned, as
special master in chancery, appointed in and by
said final decree to execute the same, will on
Mowdar. the tUk far' of January. A. D., 1902
betweenthe hours of ii a. inm., and 2 p. m., offer
and expose for sale. in front of the court house
door in the city of Ocala. Manon county. Florida,
at public osncry. and will then and there sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash. under the
prorismons oj said decree. the following lands
atuated in Marion county. Florida. to-wit:
First-That certain parcel situated as afore-
said, known on the maps of the Unied States
surveys as a tract of land bounded as follows:
Beginning at the intersection of the west sec-
tion line of section so. township 1i south, range
2a e st. with the water line of Orange lake.
thence south to the intersection of said lne with
the north boundary line of the George I. P.
Clark grant: thence east upon sa id grant line
2Q chains. 41 links to a post or stake; thence
forth (7 degrees, 46 minutes and s5 seconds
east) to he water linewater of Orange lake: mid tract
to consist of and include lots numbered 3 and 4
and such portions of lots numbered a and 5 of
section 20. township z2, range 22. as may be
I)ig and situate west of the above des'ibed
line: containing 91 acre, more or less.
Second-All that other parcel situated as afore-
said. beginning at a point to feet east of the
northwest corner of lot number 6 of the George
I. F. Clark grant, in township 12. range 22. run-
ning thence south i' chains, thence east 5
chains, thence north to chains, thene- west 5
chains., containing five acres of land. m- re or
Third-All that other parcel, situated as afnre-
said. described as lots a and 3 of section ?9. twp
T2. r ja. containing one hundred and four and
ft-oo acres. saving and reserving therefrom four
acres sold and conveyed to Henrietta Crow by
deed dated August isth. 188t; together with all
and singular the buildings, houses and improve-
ments. machinery. appliances and fixtures. and
all water pipes. etc.. in and upon said premises,
or any part thereof; or so much thereof as may
tIe necessary to satis f the said decree and costs.
-ARLOS L. SISTRrNK.
special Master in Chancery.
NEIL M. AILLRED, Complainant's Solicitor.
SEASE with no specific name,
which seems to combine stom-
ach disorder, heart trouble
blood disorder and a host of
other ills, and which can be de-
ed only by saying you feel .all
ked out" and "good for nothing."
as that your kidneys are overbur-
d and need relief.
Cidney derangement is almost al.
at the bottom of general ill health.
doctor knows this, but he usually
ithe various svmpoomr one at a time.
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WAKE UP! Why over- .
sleep yourself after prop-
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Alarm Clocks? *
Nothing nicer for presents th
are headquarters for design
We carry the latest creations
season's new shapes are exhib
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A crown for all; not royalty'
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Sw artch s. U. S. l)ist.ict Court, iuinern District of alor-
. ...- -- jida.-43.
SjIn Re J. T. Gerig and Garrett & Ce is, nask-
. There is no need to rust.-In the Matter of Petition for Final
guess. Right to the sec- N THIS i5THi DAY OF NOVEMBLR.A. D..
* ond are our celebrated 1.ygog, on reading the foreg.iine petition it is
alorered by the co:irt, that a hearing b.- had up-
* watches. on the same on the
Syrd day of December, A. D. igot.
before said court, at Jacksaoville, in id d6l
trict, at io o'clock in the forenoon a&d that
notice thereof be published in the Ocae hnah er.
a newspaper printed in said district, and that
all known creditors and other person in fter-
LR I *Y eat may appear at the mid time and place a"d
show cause, if any they have, why the payes
o1 andsome Tof the said petitioner should not be grAnted.
iat Handsome Jewelry. We And it is further ordered by the court, that
Sand values ta hav o the clerk shall send by mail to all known credit-
s and values that have no ors notice of said petition ad this oer ad-
dressed to them at their places of residence as
Witness the Honorable James W Loeke,Judt
Si of smid court, and th eseal thereof at Jadmhm--
im L -ville. in said district. on the aIh day ofMWemb-
ber, A. D. go90. JAM W. LOCm
A true co S e.
from fashion's centers. The Attest:oR. o. LOCKE.
cited in our display.
NOTICE .OF APPLICATIONSFOR TAX
One of our handsome Grips NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT G. W.
ad t e of CARNEY. purchaser of Tax Certilcate No.
rorry and time of borrowing a3%. of October 3rd. ,1, and No.. a ,
dated the 7th. August. A. D. IS M as d amid
certificates in my o1ce and has made appla-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following describ-
ed property situated in Marion county Flord.
I W Er V's^ to-wit: Commencing at a point 2o caats South
of northwest cornerlotasecton i. townahi
17. range a3, thence SOu D 17.30 chasi. aorthe 6,
our Underwear as the base. east 8 chains., north 6.east a chain, north 36.
3"', east 3 50 chains, north 48. st, went 14.70
pleasing and comfortable in chains to point of beginning; commencing 7.51
chains west of northeast corner of lot 9, section
ii. township 17, range 23, thence so0th 44%0
east s6 34 chains, north 28 %o.e S cbainus north
340, east 6S links. north 44%0. west .50 chainm.
west 9 5i chains: commencing it northwest
d cornerr of lot 7. thence south 33*. 15'. east 00,
chains, north 29 : east a chains, north 68,. emta
s kind: but the comfortable, chains. north ao, o10, wet 14 75 chains to
e rtapoint of beginning section II. township 17.
Ihe kind that are made well range 23 The -aid land being asseed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate in the
name of Bond G. Galloway and Carlos and
Cooper and Mrs. Laura B. M. Back Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according to law.
tax deed winl ishue thereon on the 4th day of
KS.. January, A. D. 0go.
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.
S2-6 Clerk Circnit Court.
. Also Christmas Trees. Call Ce
I In the Circut ourt of the United States, South.
t14 1 I I I T 11 1 T I I I I 1- 1 t I Iern District of the State of Florida.-In
dies Furnished Free usanW. Eldred.as xecutrixand Administ a
I trix of Marie Eldred, deceased.--P'ainti.,
a nd Public Schools. The Carmichael & 'snComi.any. a corpoCationa
organized and i existing under and by virtue
of the laws of Florida, Sidney Whaley., W.
SI I I !5.I Powell. G. A, Carmichael, and Co- .
PON THE MOTION OP 0. T. GREEN
SCounuel for Ssan W Eldred, as Admins-
tratrix and Executrix of Marie Eldred deceas-
ed. and it appearing to the court that the de-
Sfndant, W S. Powell, doing business under
the stvle 0a WS Powell & Company is not an
inhabitant of nor are found within this district.
nor has he voluntarily entered his appearance
herein. and that personal service upon the smid
Of Application !or Tax Detd Under Section Soi
Chapter 4, Laws of Florida.
NOTICE IS HERHRVBY IVEN THATJ.T. I'KA.
COCK & CO purchaNcr of fax Certificate No.
ro76. dated the 7th (lay of August, A. D. 899, bha
filed s.aid certificate in my omct. and has made
application'for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property situated in Marion coun-
ty. Florida. to wit: Lots 3 and 4 section 3, town
ship 14. range; 141 acres.
The said land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the name of Mrs.
Eliza A. Owens Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue
thereonon the 16th. day of December. A. D. 9igo.
Witness my official signature and seal; this
the 9th day of November A. D. iqot.
11-15 (Seal) S. T SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court of Marion County, Fodrida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAP-
TER 4888. LAWS.OF FLORIDA.
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT D. P.
SSIMMONS purchaser of Tax Cer-
tificate No 289. dated the 7th. day of Aug. A. D
1 99 has filed said certificate in mv office. and has
made apphlication for tax deed to Issue in acx-
dance withlaw. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated in Marloe.
county Florida. to wit: West half of northwest
quarter section S, township 12 range 23, So acres.
The said land being assessed at the 4lte of4 s-
suance of such certificate in the name of M. R.
Lewis. Unless said certificate shall be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 21st day of December, A D igo9.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
iqlh day of November, A. D. tool.
S. T. SISTRUNK.
11-22 [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:THAT UNDER
and by virtue of a final decree rendered om
the 9th day of November, A. D 1901o, by the Hon.
Win S. Bullock. judge of the Circuit Court in
and for the Fifth judicial Circuit of the state of
Florida, Marion county, in chancery sitting,
wherein Margaret J Spencer ans Edwin Sp-
cer. het husband, was complainants and Jaum.
Duffy,sr., Erby Duffy, infant, Frederick ODun ,
infant, James Duff. infant, and Mary Dlfuy.
infant, were defendants
The undersigned named and appointed
daid decree to execute the same. wil 0 e
Monday the 6th day ofj mawrv, A D. low.
during the legal hours of sale, in frost of the
south door of the court house in Ocala, Martai
county. Florida.offer for sale and will sell the
highest bidder for cash the 1 9-a taatd wumb
in said decree mentioned andescbe as
follows, to wit: The east half of lot two (a) ins
block thirty-eight (38) tu the old survey in the
city of Ocala. Marion county. Florida. or so-
much thereof as may be .um.-icnt to real'i-, the
amount of sa'd degree and c.M'*
T. .. IMGG,.
Special Muter in uuanct.y.
EDWIN SPFN.CI-R. '.
Solicitor for Cumplainant. u 1-29
NOriCEI HEREBY GIVE_. THAT SEALE?
hids wills be opened by the Ho *r-l of county
Commissioners at their meettngiin I:iuuary A-
D. 1902, as follows: One overseer nor itaa roads.
foi the year A. D. 1002, one person fr the feed
And c tre of priasmers One ovrr s fur road.
j u.auely: One for Fleuinugta-i lnt F iril.t
district, one for Bli'chton district xnid .r Cot-
ton l'laut and. Martei. and i for Ronme., '.anuell
on and Heidtville district. Roal drstri.t N.) 3.
one toad overseer; road datrict N 4 ttw) rtiad
overseers, one for each of the dvasiois of sadl
district as now exist; road district N 5 three
road overseers one for Mclntoah and Reddtck.
one for Citra, Sparr and Anthony. and on for
Orange Spr ugs. Fort Mc*Oy and K'i eki dis-
trict. Overseers are requttire to turnish h,*se
and wagon, rhis board reservia g ibh right to.
reject a'y and all bids.
s. T. SSTRUNIt,
s-6 Clerk Board of CoAunty CominmiNiners.
Not only applies to Holiday and Christmas goods. but you
should talk with us about Staple Goods.
Make Your Headquarters With Us.
You Are Welcome.
The entire length of Gadson's Store will be taken in the
nineteenth annual exhibition of his Holiday Goods. A
magnificent showing of Holiday remembrances. No trouble
in finding what you desire as a memento of friendship.
Not only your taste can be satisfied but your pocketbook
Diversion for Yo ngsters.
The amusement of the little folks has had our careful atten-
tion. Twenty years of experience has guided us in the
selection of play-room articles in endless varieties.
Handsome articles that are useful, unique in design, late in
fashion, and cheap in price. See us before purchasing
The necessities of life can only be relished when served in
attractive earthenware. All of your i'ants and needs in
this line can be supplied in our Crockery Department.
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