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Title: The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: December 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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Volume ID: VID00619
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18660476
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BOCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1901. DOLLAR A YA


I HOLIDAY


USEFUL AND


THE POSTOFFIC]
J. J. GERI


MNow: Tis PAP WILL nOTr
FAWN AT Wa i Or R2 MANWHO
U&SDnmmir-rT AND warMOT Maut
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sow&r3 3m 1Zgnw.
akh eeamWme aIm k l M uls ps
lPle wewtt blMds aet
Felm e tet of dthes, k bby sea

Mr. JCam sh i retuned Buf iam
ra aet ilt to the oa ot e by
osgmsbg tamesoea shrmma pres
et Wse. de Um's peekg14

A dhd Je Mtt wi arridved tmor-
rew tfm0 Aubam, Ala., for the

Mr. lAmes, of Smiterville, was in
Oahe the# itt of the week on legal

Ilvine Tservie at MnessFkee, Sun-
day meat, the 2, at I:30 p. m. by Rev.
C. M. Orwy.
Ft(es peditreedu Belgin bhas
for a Chrltm presmmnt, for le by
F. W. MWL 12-14
Bed be, mappems, esm trout and
freta waer te t received daily by
OUto Mete at thas alt mSL 12-13
Miss May AM m and Mr. John
AN"d. of Jaeksevill% will -
the heDdays witUr. and Mrs. N. K.

boet's wChai. hile cares fevemrs
d s and mars. It detroys the
goam. We gumatee it. Price 25ts.
Wm. AAd sma. t
Oti T. Gmen. et O(A, oash of the
m int mieat atmeys of south
td.,d wUasen thel city F ay.--T-

he mem emver Mr. ThIler etore
memwn the a.s ftt haUl Is beig
aiOdWupasa ob f E or wethephs-
phet and tmrpemtine
M ther ewuar gi rvi eat the
Ptbterlma e reb hlt eunday Mrs.
Dave andMr. I. M. AIred were re-
taed l.td the h hdmc.
Mr.a oaR Boads, who attends the
I'elvewsuity of Virginta, will spemd
(bra.s with kh s ther and moth-
er, MJer ad Ms. Bond.
nl. Mary cOsWn, of W smbington,
. c., w arrive ina the city Suday
tI. p the bidays with becoege.
chomater, Miss aber Weathemr.
Him.. It.L wartmann went to
Meebi- a emsy aftJernon to attend
e weddit of her friend, Miss
EKiimabeth Basbeagh to Mr. William
Hooker.
Mr. And Mm. Hal rtobton, o At-
ImB4, pont a few 4dys in Ocala the
ast of the week, gOests of Mrs M. C.
Julme. Ma. CntoSm ls a hele of
Ms. Jhns.
Mr. J eh D. Bu luew, of James-
bm, N. J., arrived In the city last
ids eand wIM sd the winter.
Mr. 3uelsUe M b er arem gad
to hve him back agala.

end U pest, Mles Bartmklel, of
Shsm h a usk o en days.

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E DRUG STORE
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N. Lt ABERSEO.

If the person who makes two blades
of grass grow where only one grew be-
fore is a betehetor to the world, what
mest be said of the man who builds
a eity?
Unlike the prophet spoken of in
the seripture he Is opposed to be
ridh with boom even In his own
country.
Became an enterprise meets with
dlteer and does not turn to monvy
ia the heads of the peron back of it
it shouldnot lemen his elaimsto the
title of being a public benefactor.
Those gritty and nervy men who
felled the forests in this state and
converted almost the greater portion
of It into an horticultural garden lit-
tie less lovely than the garden of
Eden, are none the lees benefactors
because their twenty years of labor
were wrought into a scene of desola-
tion and rain by the withering breath
of the "Iee King" in a single night.
Mr. EL. L. Anderson was the founder
and builder of Marti City.
Under his magic touch it grew into
shapely splendor and put forth its
branches like the green bay tree so
beautifully described by the Palmist.
It was invested with a mayor, a
marshal, a board of aldermen, a fire
department, and all the accesories of
a full-fledged municipality.
Image three-story cigar factories,
eme after another, to the number of
six or more, were not only erected but
seceseflly operated.
The weekly pay roll largely aug-
mented the trade of Ocala and gave
Increase value to real estate.
Stores, dwellings, hotels, etc., rapid-
ly followed upon the heels of the fac-
tories and the little city soon enjoyed
paved streets and sidewalks, water.
works, an electric light plant and tel-
phone service.
A street car line connected the two
cities.
At one time Marti City contained a
population of two thousand.
But there came a frost, a killing
frost, a fro4t that sealed its ambition
its seems forever, and almost as quick-
ly as it takes to tell it, Marti City took
its place beside Goldsmith's "deserted
village."
Its history tells the story that fac-
tory buildings, stores, hotels, nor pav-
ed streets, are not the main essentials
to the life and growth of a city-with-
out inhabitants even the palace of Al-
hamnbria is as valueless as the mud
hut of the hottentot.
The freeze that destroyed the orange
grovs emused the failure of the banks
Among the tens of thomonde who
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edyfecoldsaad la gripped during :the
pat fow yeas, to our knowledge, not
auinglo aws has resulted In poeumon-
i. Tho. Whitleldo & o., 40 Wabash
avenue. Cbhikmao. one of the most prom-


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It is the policy of our Clothing Department
to offer


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Therefore, we place on sale our Men's Black
Worsted Suits for $6.00, worth $8.oo; Men's
French Worsted Suits for $8.00, worth o10.00oo;
Men's Black Vicuna Suits for $15.00, worth


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e carry a full line of Boys' and Children's


Suits and Knee Pants,


from 3 to x6 years,


which we offer at special prices for the holidays.


sMakets frm
"a to $7.T0
Per Pair


Special Sales


For the Holidays


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U~ssk shoud a~vbr be wultte with
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in Oasls and their failure proved fatal
to the aspirations of Marti City.
Had Mr. Anderson done for Jack-
sonville or Tamps what he did for
Oaib he would Mhave been another
Ybor, aad his wealth would be regis.
tered In United Utaite bends.
But when the papulaton of MHard
City valdAhad sal left the tMandim
houses on his hands, and his street
ear l lan Oeals and between the
two cities, e ammm a nomspayig ia-
vestment, his nerve did not foaske
him, and, unaided, he built and
equipped a railroad from Oeals to
liver Spring, connecting at that point
with the Oeklawaha river boats.
Mr. Anderson believed that this
connection would give Ocala the ben-
efit of water transportation rates, and,
with this advantage over her sister
cities, Ocala would develop into a
place of importance and his franchises
would become valuable.
This enterprise, for various causes,
having failed, Mr. Anderson is still
undaunted and is now taking steps
towards building another railroad to
our city, which he says will have di-
reet connection with Atlanta -the
Gat City bf the mouth-and will con-
tribute its full hare in Oaals's up-
building.
With a full knowledge of the fet
tbat Oealais mosed for itaspogrelve
and enteraritn bminees men, under
its well known policy of "rendering
unto Cmar the things that re Ce-
ears," for nerve, and xrlt, and cour-
age, the Oals Banner does not hedi-
tate to place the name of H. L. An-
demon, In printers' parlance, at "top
of column next to pureading mat-
ter!"
Robert's Chill Tonil cures. It re-
siores health and appetite. Try it.
25cts. Your money back if it :fails.
Wm. Anderson. t.


Speinog of the Seals e1se.
Last Sunday at dinner the Oeala
Honue opened its dining room for the
winter amea. lU er the efleleat
manage t of Mr. J. F. Edwards
the Ocasi Home Oud t aiiwM M-
s last year sa the prospects for
as preomut s a ere geny t
Mr. dwae has mane elaborate
sprepto fo eamsi l
his guts. A mmber oft lprov
mentmbav bees de s n beW
with a vlw tlohe pleasure and comn-
fort of fhe linte vfitrs
Few points in Florda oear more
subtatiansiatractie fr visit tban
Oeals. Its lose proximity to the
world-amed 811ver 8pringe-nly ive
miles, reached by rail or on a beauti-
ful marriage drive-its high and
healthy location and the excellent
advantages afforded sportsmen, all
combine to make it an ideal point to
visit. 6
Sportsmen will be interested to
know that Mr. Ed wards has a number
of the finest trained bird dogs and
large pack of wild-cat hounds, which
are entirely at the disposal of his
guests; competent guides can easily
be obtained and the shooting Is better
this season than ever before. It is
unqualed in Florida.
BeautiflSilver Springs, famed in
song and try, will universally be a
chief attraction. The little steamer
Helen will make daily trips daring
the season, going down the pictur-
aesqa "run" and the Oklawaha river,
probably the mat beautiful and weird
scenery In Florlda.
. Ai=ady a number of letters have
been ieeived em prospetve taist
who have heard through their friends
of Oeas and the Ocala House. Ex-
teansve advertising arrangement
have been made, and the peropects
are most enoeG-.lng.
Mr. Edwards prepared for Sunday's
dinner a most elaborate muan, beau-
tifully and tastefully printed in colors.
Besides a great many transients, a
large number of Ooala cittene were
present at dinner to wish Mr. Ed-
wards a suocessfwl season. Between
fifty and seventy-fIve guests partook
of the excellent dinner prepared for
this occasion.


RUGS


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At Resonable Prices.


New Oak


Suits


At Very Low Pries.


BIG ASSORTMENT OF

CHAIR SEATS.
We will repair and reseat chain
at short notice.

Lot of Other Bargains


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Oa Wednesday eveinag at S o'dok Lat Faiday night the lades of t.
an ek2ant and beautiful home wed- herinev's iGild. of the EPeopl
ding took iSace in chb wen reb, heida "Japease tawmbola" at
Mr. William Hocker, of this city,
and Mirs Elizabeth Key HBuasbruh. nfle samory.
were uanied in manage by Rev. Mr. The young ladies at the diirent
Leitaer of the Baptut church at Ile- booths and thoe prmiding over the
burx. tea tbles wer dressed in Japanea
On account of the recent death of ctae Thwe drsd ina r prettily
Mr. Hoker' mother the wedding ws The bl V
a very quiet home afir, only the ia- decorated in Japanese Iaterns and
mediate friends and relative of both umbrella. The whole preeated a
part be p p inr pectale. O of the inar-
The wedding took place at the home ting features of the evening wa
of the bride' sAter. Mr. E. H. JMote. of the iif
andl Ute e e Be t cat etaractenwr aI the mnliag of the handenhief mat
of Mrs. Mote's entertainment w w by Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt. This
evid at this beaatiftl wed' b t S35 sad was old to M31
diW App10wiaf to th-* Sea Pr bM05and
son the entire hoome w= elabtorately PIe Mo.
decorated with holly and misletoe There w a xcert deal of prmy
and pres"eted a beau tifi scene f uy work nearly all of which wa
The bride, who is a all, queey sod. The not prceede of the enter-
brunette, was gowned in white crepe taimetamoated to early $1.
de chen. with pearl and laceap- U amOun
pliqe trimm'n t. She w attended, The evening was elomd with a
by her sister. r imr Addle Ha ibroumh6 dance which wasvery much enjoyed
of Elumbethtown. Ky., and Mi by the Aliceong people.
oker. ig wer orf he groom. Their -
drmes were white paris msmlin with a Pr% M


JA"" I's JLC C&U L Late trimmintos. i eeMsm Lti crtdi odnbam
Mr.ss. LoeiVeCa'sd n [odou eca
LiealthfuL This TrtouDrkeandLoisDuaj. Lw(ne touiW not dia mt hi~.-fiod. Earlyus
4 L".brz.Th*usbrswere 31r. E of Dr. Kinxt New Lde PULls would
ificient to enable C.CokadDr. Frederick 'Smith-. havesaedhimu. They strengthen ibe
After the ceremony a wedding sp
,e was ,Ive. The bridal table' of wloLSeb. i aid di-*-t ion. promote as-.
-ourself and your Te oer a ery beautiful, the. sni laxionoimprove apvetize. Price
derowazions beine niaden hair frrue. :-. O-Vgwif:4COiil.
L ba 1go powders whito ribbon and bridis e's romThe -:IOh'y Anti-Monopo:14)1 agis
table for the Omher guests was l Doag oW.
ts hih ae erin hoill and crimson ribbon inter- (Only C
Mr. and Mme.BaHcker left on the Iw*
r use. Smftwwd" Air LierixL Augmftine [Tomorrow might the QinksrrCty.
where they will a"". a few day~oI sk MleQearet, the list of the em.0
Tby 'Htuln V toCVASe They am aneuuus ~ ampwas at
wiVbo n at" "the, '- fte, te Leems winappear at*0heMm Ia f
Ocklawpm onavenge jh. fa teamry-pe

emrmato"iment of TMW Lyer have dddd o
LMC Friday nbgt &GWmol ad M206 Wombed down a ftekmp& h hwhich have anl of the aarmuein 1the ma
Tabawre wen 4oervn"at an In-, CbmeC_. EI1. at ULbeeIs.,ha I, pes;ome ntm.ig of the arm-ry --V
11, ml Caar by Ptwi"t a" 11thim. itpair. I INg hwaintdeep in icy! bin
Rinwrows. oso a hw e tbergumwaw." be write. vpve nme a rb
VwOr Few oL 'eahand mqgb.It peiw -diwani* .,.l ~ i.
5k. te et o i atese n n i ;a "toI
Mr. Wake w b. as retinedfrom, -Seb., %4e= 4163 ID 'aSON I- Iia
Atata. i wheve be wom a&4 zd the canomupton and could ua" live. Thea n'Good moile mp Ir-a w ua
bedoide ot bhisasck bhaher. 1TohonlI began ug Dr. King's New Db* 'Frr*9r. Mle
sUiU quit ack his hther owas smie.covery andamwholly cuMYred uSI
what uet~rwhen he left him. bulie. Pouui~vely v asno= ix
Mr.Nei Wetbes W wive F, W-1,cold& and &a threat and 1wm,
Mr. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ toek YuWahrwilane' by Anti.monaoly Drag:
day from -Hamaos.Ca'na. for a stm..ric ia ) IA
-1. hs ho %A- _.am*u wean __


cv am'v. either today or safuay 1 umam
,rmm Ambem LMom. k~r thie Cbrut- On Tuesday afternoon Umrs. Sil
maeR. Jadae. K. Jr. de lrihullY e~gec

~ ~IN*J -aDZ& Woodrevwas the bomm of the
dlub. On both afterbosa prPnWwe V
M-r, and Mm IL E.Parkh urwt and what WW the pame played. At Mrs.
M-r. andVmrs.F. E& Peitins. ot. drwiseys Km Etiasi Skclair 1wo11 the
PriJvvlemee. ILI,. urived IoMW~ommisyp.:priw. a ehaelame uitiwfr.MW an"atmm
and.asas s bmw Uther eom for'Woodrwsi 9m Valeft s uWwas
many yvearswilsendhewintwr m the *au~a winner at the pFur, a
ocsia. They wce at the Ow-als, How&. eve Sowmlve boa.
~. ~. ~ s-* Next weklim Edm hPum tWmllbe
wimnm: -Iewe &be tlb atmybo"Y1to
F4107% Bowsy and 1W. mee hd I 5p eum @re.
m dasa m don Admiral Dlawy. the hem at UMamib.
ga~ve hb min FOL 0 nmonatd ib by. &76lea ft"W h21 .ooff tad-
*and Ik Samuo"ht him out of dummr. --i a se" SDan tbphemr be-
AnU-Meeey u stue. U 5 memdg sdw.
uwkzRz ek at Dewey am" wm @pun
Di. J. I, jarkurn, Jr.. f a mt __
a a pbef *em&arimefpond
W bell. boanto -NOW Mast
mimi 11, s ay or a8hhs. am two-yin oaid
oft&-- eft MNN. J-in hJ e N 1e. w
~- ~ aboRwad he or in-
Cbm !Bapkle, Atweatr. 0a was %heon. K. C. Suxrm
Sas vW ba oh@. Be no: "I dr- Oas.t is. Fla.
ei a gnoe &awah
ft o"wat so y
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-~~V alms& a** mtu~
41 s t tthe OaM& Ht&bm& ofy vUmasty of uY mil
a" bwthe dbow my at Btbem Aadaiph- Man
oofbeat a mss a te eaS -ps- -h-amda Ufworo
JAL and lftMeow LM" avo w" -
Saman f bs d"N*_I*_N_-_ ofesbbtisI II
opm bo end iife1
ftAaftw ft s wat lb a EI)eml
sof m 0at mou hssick Wbw% ,Comm V, 'neI is a
gak&nmsat Floofelo oafmnemiMA and ~e I*make E
Athem healthy mmd cAft lk I e
ftvM *40WO~MMM jr-..&and VA- "No t Aah-Ma"00 ftftNug Suwo
ki: Ube Ex i"Matp ofthe*0t,%a* a -s Nwsoft*
Lint n La.4liawamaw Ck'iss&OM .It s that meithw,
wabyJewec dake. dimew w Uenou wea me,-:mMS T R A
a. "00W st r M aW. f, jos fz resst wn sr ame&pawls at-law
adMiuait is ASTing tb be should Pwa


MMi Mary, Of X)L *.edagbW.Ky..w
make Oft& Lbir bvmwLAt an hew ae.Vary iib tio the ssmuabmbse o,
arrived m Saurdy-They ace inii hbbs- wm-oaRev. SHmrd DatiL
umr mcovm& oatf-- Nothodut RoinSIIS& hme at
Hmma ean.w pern~i tha cy.isy aenmiwed Ow amotber year
-1&4 het asmm esmed y ima thew ya 7~Mir. DoW he
v,- E- NaafterIAW dbft em111au4dthe pulpaitadm thsty pe*s
Wt4.inby 0e**Ai&1ftS4 Ste mlb~a i WqS&Ly ma"d aceptbly. wand invd
Pvmw azb* heManw a j. totie cmaimee Jw hold at lire
bONG&The eumPsywAY WaOr6"d ~,.k the Wbest bmimeeW t than
md %be Paw*..via Weil reaewderidgo**eso ow move esi. Bis a
N'SL KII 2 we. i* prommol Si the'Sp~ee4 PNO and the betto be is
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known brands of whiskies fvm the most reliable disilleries in the cota-
try. Our line of case goods cannot be surpemed in this section of the
e~antry. and those in search of high grade goods will make no mistake
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= _The imprisioning of the editors of
Heart's Chicago American for criti- A OL
citing the deciiou of a judge in Chi-
cago created wide-spread intere st
throughout the United States, and To the Chr
the decision of Judge Dunne, before O a a N e
sV whom the case was appealed, Is the O c a N eWs
most important one that baa bee
\"p rendered, in tur judgment during the H E A D Q
\ century. U.BADQ<
"I see no reason," ay this learned
judge, in handing down him decision, Toilet Sets and Parlor Las
?AMZAXAW MM. *6"why a judge should be offered a dif. In great plenty. sies nd de
f -^ in great plenty. All sims and de
ferent remedy for attacks in the pub- otins, but exceedingly pretty-b
1 EaUTS .lie prints than a president or a gov- the finest line of toilet or chamber
The pr ofer ernor or a congreiman. Criticism of in town, Jardineres, etc.
e MayLd to the ore a public officiaJ, it jst, will dogwood, Fancy China.
tis ge g lso. If unjust, will do har." Biggest line, best assortment,
Mr. Simon Benjamin, head of the "I am clearly of the opinion that beautiful designs in the city.
cold storage enterprise in this city, in the language ed in open court by
a ent letter to the esUion Judge Hanecy amounted to a final Dolls and Toys.
a ent letter to the Times-Union order disposing of the case under con- A very handsome stock, fresh
ing of scarcely othousnd pounds,idertin, and that being finalor eep. Came late and must be
the first year he began operations, his der, under the doctrine of 'contempt,'
b eles ineased last ear to nearly state by our Box Paper.
one hundred thotasand pounds, and supreme court in the eee of Story v. We have an elegant line and sple
this yea r bids fair to exceed that thPeople, the relators had arht to assortment of box paper and toilet
amount. He says his f aim to t e n-tcomment on and criticize that de- all grades, color. and styles.
couae the farme hisr aim is to er csion, even to the extent of libeling
sale td daso ras ito hal beomo the honored and respected judge who Bound Books.
det that a sufficient quntty of ended tt opinion, witoutex-A pretty line at 15c to 2)e, some
arples miet can be bouaht to wof p o, g themselves to pre se ion for h handsome volumes; and a big li
rant it, he Intednj to erect a regular contempt of court. DICTIONARIEM and Bibles o
met peaeklag emabU met. The judge farther wmarlked that a and prices.
lu a ment conversaMti held with "b h ecritteim is one of the imci-
him he toMld that he did not believe dent sand bordens of pubUg life."
the time r off when t will be pn Our form ofg pverament consists of
te todpicmte in Oeals, though not
lamlargea way, the Armour bi- three depmets, vz: Ieidatare,
m Iia nCbka. He expee, to executive anid judicial Them aer I
abli he aa meat busiaes with all separate but co-ordinate, and oue is
the eommitatu thereto belonging, as I.ap.tant as the others and should
eekasbone and blood fertilteeglv have the same weight, dignity, and
etry, etc. Of course, e says this in ent e the judicial.
will ave to grow by degrees and will orce, t t At the t se i of the Florida
not be done at one. He says that has become to be more powerful than legislature the Florida Grand Trunk C
with a proper effort towards improv- the two other coordinate departments railway charter was extended. This
lag the kind of hopg raised, l a very eomblned, and is threatening to proposed line is to run from Tallahas-
little whie this county willpAo-e change the very form and structure of see to Tampa or some other deep-
uely tmore mat or han it will ng our government by setting up the water port on the gulf coast. Col.
1. ad the matter of exporting o Nick IBare, of Crystal River, one of
mes a bminem enterprise will standard that it ie higher tnan the charter members, was in Oeala
very quickly follow. people and above criticism. this week and showed the writer that MIe
Mr. Benjamin recommends the Asjudge DBaue remarks, the press the building of this road is one of the a g
following method for ireparing meat of the country can legitimately critU. near possibilities. He exhibited let- i1al
eamstly imlpee upon our readers eisthe public acts of our president, teo Ch eago company propo-
earnestl im s uponur ing to buy the charter and guarantee-
He says that in the corse of five our governor, and our congressmen, ing tie early construction of this road.
ye hbe h not had a dimtisMed and if the criticism be jost, is com- Colonel Bareo also said that the man-
eimr samug tbhe. who have mended therefar, but under a public aging board were in consultation with I
tried it. The following Is the method: mtiment that hb reently been t h rt"' r Onmpany, of Jackson- All at
As soo a the buthbered animal Vl wbo, als wish to pureham the
Im sided down, cut up and trim created it has teeome dagseroed to ve, who aso wish to pr e t
a rchter and extend their railway M0
to perhet dkspe, leving chin bones ritie a judge tm beeb. He i down the gulf easi Colonel Bare
em and blMade bones on shoal. has become a demi-god; and e believes that one or the other of thee
AM; saltae maius ner, sing the law and not amenable to IL t, companies will in a short time ome
Mt mre han ten poums k, two the decii of Judge Duae brins opesinam of the ebarter, snd an.
posds brewn isgr, tw oo ces sat. ___ o d D othar splenald railway system will be
peter and oe o e red pepper to o -- added to those already operating in
eaeh e- hadred pounds of meat. meant to the beaten paths and restores this state.
It e mlm n mhe et- segam net tiheaovr-tu of the peopt and the .-'*
ed. If any adiltiomal salt is needed A peee of almetdampree with H
I-r ta catl e thart day, it P s o *a tto t.edsed prts iseweritor a ay DO
[daks. It ved t smp thirty # >, '''fK'liy pt Wb t-^- wi attime
won, gie l a s .... i's p e. u ou, sh R Al
lA -a wat i dry, themp th s.hm the4Came: .km .trl had e afe eyrtms to be
er eew W Iam ilad, ad as to pImlema "We bmin a- se:i meetbt pleased with the prompt WI
oi s qis m tr wlihi san.es. Pol_ _s_
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wee. It wil take smeke perfeetly ti.enm i-suse in. or apple b 0Isl O
W i g M us lin.ie. enty a m I that enaepoly Dre Store. m L
weay nks. th pe a in When "It Is sad tha his pseetos ame Ieaer hee his I and Auggp hr 5L5.
by, roki it a nd w pac ine begof mat, w Ih$ AM., w -, .ph.e...Id f tn tur,
~ aA fl .. Am ~ s


-w -- be ad MOW.- antE ehr h T. ( ed o oboeM fbed% bra u n
as lmse, ml ivowioms,"b-s11sstsne pis. a 0 bes- at L rmd Pn- G
s. w Umn st fe d depb, 8 ber peop .hr 1eflhn Iines. Add0m,
S e-*-tMm hba e bees te hedplIes T. H. iaxinmo, I
B ,e p of o. m.. P. o .Ox O,
"Tmhe Is me knowing whMt sorrow sO-2t Om,7 Fl. TIN
TO mfaie livig I AA e Weadd ad d hateand Ihopels. despair peSt up
su pat the i in i e do wo- ad pp d hma arts l Thee are few ailment so un co rmafr N
Samy a o snel ce returned to dust may h bavf emd table as ples, bMi they can emily be
tebu. si.waes 46 wst t a this r galt eighy cured 7y wing Tablet's Beacke e Pile INGj
wbo hes barely time millions of people at Buflto. Sad but Ointment. Belief follows its use, and
to snatch a haty true, ia hbman aalrs, the innoest and anyo e wsafling from piles can
meal, and gUops
down a lunch gul must suffer for the sims of the guilty. not affod to neglect to give it a trial, .
S|and milk in a ew Weree suffering today for the sins Price, 50et. in bottles, tubes, 75 cents
minutes? He too, is nd misakes e former ages g other Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. o ua
Sk g ehi life lto ands. The mistakes of organiaedaso.- c trasa wfl. sd
e i stien food iety bad government. or ages b e bk,
Sp1 yeriydigestbe d e must be beavy load of blame for Mrs. Mary Alien announces that
asiUlytd. The re- the modern anrheist. the Dixon House, now a bandsume li g
a dt iof harty eating "But on paled o ety o d protect twenty room hotel will open o Jan-
Sis "weak" stomach, Itself, even from the results of its own urydA. This well appointed house
Sn d a "weak" t mi stakes and sins. If harsh measures faces the river and is well located.
ac h means a weak be nnceesary, they must be applied- Fihie and hunting were never bet-
Sman. When the uot in angeror in revengebut coolly e. Mrs. Allen has made arrange.
stmc is weak" -nat to furulab boats and guides for
te food eaten is not and with deliberation. em ms s m eus t to ursh boats and g es for
,' promerly digested bekeptfirmlyin herseat. Slerojus- berguest Writeforrates. 12153m
and cannot beyper- tee should Preside; the higbest o In biliouness, Herbsne, by expelling
------- .-fectly assimilIoeHresoe by expelling
that there is a daily loss of nutrition, the only Purpose of a we do. from the body the excess of bile
which ip time will result in physical "Above all we mmut:Dnot forget and acids, improvesm Ithe assimilative S.
Dr.ierce's, oenMeia whence anarchists first came to our processes, purifies the blood, and tones lnes
cDr. iere's gof thlen Medical ia n shores, &ad must remember that like up and strengthens the entire system.
organs of digestion and nutrition. It Ca" produce like elfcts in all ages Price 50 cents at Anti-Monop3ly Drug
emabes th*e amrinilatiA-n" 11 t.h .. t -v andill Ims d.. T. i


IDAYTALK'

istmas Shoppers by the
Co., at Israel's old stand.


JARTERS FOR

ps m eebutr*t- A Useful Presm t.
6or 5 5nr lalaet of our hbandome Iron, Porve-*
y far etl& lain and Avon a ChiMns.- Ay quaMtty
r sets sold from one pleee to a dinner set.
Book Keepers' SuppOes.
S Ti time of year appwmebhe for charg-
most img of seeoUat and opemmg of a new
set of book&. We have all kinds, swamn
and prices in BLANK BWOKS.
and 00 Gold and Silver Ware
,ad in Toilet and Fancy Articles, Clocks,
etc fully guaranteed and ezxcedingly
handsome, in rolled gold plate, qoad-
.did ruple and sterling silver, glass, et..-
Mist he meen to be appreciated
S Hundreds of Other
cl o* as. articles, uefal and ornameuta: all at
very It Is a pies. reasonable prices.
ne of r o9 Fire Works
f all, w o good&d We are headquarters ad have Ihe
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No have the m iu nrtt varle--t&e laemt styil-at ihe nolt p I-
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Sf mt. ad hma t the Pwa er rm a luar!"
f f IP m1 It? lems ts eed asto hbe tr e!"
Tom6, 1 I w s' whbn I me It. There's fitty teammuM
f sb them o n Wheam we em he wmo at la the sporag. Reekes that up,
e" MSW WI Nm maOM Is et with R ss than mltf a milltm apiece."
0 0DO peroe t yeyr w me.. I e-t believe it."
ItWWe i r ns.4 Tm MirWkh: bat even you can tell what a nugget leeooks
* *1r f' **we d eit ohe"-
GOsSIPed eat a hadful et dlea. yellow nuggets varyitg In sile
M a erembr aeedf to a hamelt from the paa In which he was testing
e d rt and beM them eat for his chm to examine. These two had been
t* *m he am the Derde breach of the Klondike, having come up here
1mm 4lu* City ea nwe et f ust mews of a "strike" in this region. They had
be thm timelvs a hut staked oat a claim of 500 feet each along the creek
and the rt fto work "bhrarmn out" the earth.
Iikkand arMay had burned and drifted, drifted and burned, until at
1tt thy had m pen shabaft enkg qaite fifteen feet, and, as Bob had declared,
they had at st stack "pay dirt," and had struck it rich.
Tsm lsek the baadfal of glistening nuggets from his partner, but said
m a wad. These was so doubt of the fact-at last gold had been found.
"Weli. old men.- mid Bob. "what's the matter with you'. IDon't you know
what tla ev"wt meas to usn"
"De't I Jua': Wb. If the claim turns out half as good's you think we
b ae bemr., caa't we. at the end of tfie summer?:"
"art yea are. Teammy. every time. If you hear me say it. it's so! But
h es ear thing I feel cmplled to ay and whkch you won't be so happy to


"OOODBY. TOM, AND GOOD LUCK:'
e &and~ ins we bavem t get lve pemus atf our nor an ounce of meat i:,
M f Al the dese of It ist 1 this Is the day before Christmas, and tomor-
W W e M" to4 e4biate."
"T Vbe surm. 4 Imas dee-n't seem like Christmas without turkey."
It domit bry ? Wel. what did we have last Christmas a year ago?"
sar mest an blubMber. and mighty glad to get it too. But, all the same.
a io't mms b Chrtatmuas, and 11 stick to It!"
oe. Tammy. It 4dast. A Christmas dinner always should have a bird it
s oft sme asrt*"
"We'lL b. you're a better miner than I am. but you can't beat me at
Imnto. The therme mter Is down to twenty-six below, and the wind is
bhowag grut gus s. tt I don't see any other way than to take my gun and
try fara rabbit or a partridxr."
"That's the talk. Tommy. One of us has got to attend to the fire, and you
W the tbetr hster of the two. I don't envy you the contract, though. It
may e dow& to fifty tiekiw IWefore night, so get back before the sun goes
dews. win'S you?"
-I try," sad Tom as be slid out Into the cold, clad from throat to tooe
M furs. ie carrkd a double barrel shotgun In the hollow of his arm and a
e1.invr i the belt. the latter in case be should encounter anything larger than
w asetp tuem d brig dow. "I'm going up to the mountain for ptarmi-
gas." were his last wuds to Bob. "so have a good pastry ready for ptarmigan
pe mnse tie earty In the evening. "Goodby."
se y. Tem, aud good luck," chattered Bob as he closed the door.
T m swun stqadily aloeg through the fne, dry snow. which came about
up to is bines. and derived exhilaration from the keen air and the prospect
of pt. lie esaed the creek, climbed the farther bank and came upon the
leve ptitel. where the wind had wider sweep and the cold was more intense
tan la set shelteed ravine.
It was a og astetch. and *e object Intervened to break the monotony, so
be pgwed ahead for over as hour and arrived at the summer snow line.
ws, the ptlalmgnae dwell The graceful ptarmigan, though brown of
.w a Ie the smamer whem the snow is melted and the scant vegetation can
pt Mik. was now pre white and hard to distinguish from the snow Itself.
s w rih it d4ee and from which It darted out like flying fish.on the surface
of Om eas.
up was a good hater. hating carried a gun ever since he had been, able
s WIt ne. at panette at the woodchucks and squirrels on the old farm.
a- eosadig hfs ~e to the mosse and deer down In the woods of Maine.
so wIN aof et a sdisA. a white, spiritlike thing broke out of the snow and
S1 as iaP to widward be threw up his gun and toppled It over in-
semeer.
sieval got away nre Tom's shots, their movements were mso erratic, and
"Mm was Nnb w- W~uma Ih between smow white bird and bird white snow.
At -L owev, -i- ng down where a Sock entered a snowdrift, he made
fr t aId stiuel them up wth his feet, and when they sailed out dropped
am f tor1 on t"e wag. In this man..r, by pursunlag the birds closely and
m ftM e e as meMe, he seeund fearteen aa" then thought It about time
se tat fr ega. Wt la a his windings and dsMlags while In pursuit of the
bneshaa Ias eemfued emself that he coulant sad the trail back to
m 1W. TIme la- lesa since set. and but a faint twilight remained.
W thei ce air was lstU esOller, thgh the cutting wind had died away.
lawm t t *a ahaustln tempted to yield to the Intolerable drowal-
m that w aw mom over Mm, ad to succumb to which he knew meant
deoth, o was aggering toward the bank of the creek. But it was far
aw.a and he w~s ot e eet i bearings, when be heard the report of a Are-
a anwa by msahargwIe his gua, and not long after Bob hove In
S ,L dramwi tge r bin a led thckly pied with skins.
."o, K o mM. but I got scared for you' Here, tumble on to this sled.
gaisf up ta ts furs ad set me drag you back home. Not a word. Do as I
as yew I'bm bee of this edftian, my boy. Another hour and you'd have
%ma downm to dep. aw, w Mea't you?"
To afraidA I s1h *." drowsily muttered Tom. "I'm just about done
p. imib Rout. say. I got the birds.didn't I?"
-T*M .ou did: but if you'd have gone to sleep they'd have come rather
gWt Tom heard mething. He slept until the cabin was reached and long
afte bhe had been buadled lta his bunk. When he awoke next morning.
nonr-hed nd secUperated the Msat thing he saw through the curling smoke
at 1 ipt &e was his ladostrious partner packing the fourteen ptaidlaons
to. a ple. He bad a dish as big as a milk pan and twice as deep wel lined
wt d and garnished with all the Ingredients. As he dexterously
t mdE the t"p crust and set the dish down for one last admirnlg look be saw
hat a s GkV bad awakeneL
Sl~Toa bhows d'you fel? Leek at that! How's that for a pie, eh?
to last a week. ain't It? Where'd I get the dish? Oh, Sam
o wn bi hrethelr Dave were here after you left and they're coming
__ rW f 9eB. 3y the way. Tem, wish you merry Christmas! lime to me?
O. that. aM Uight! I'm ia m easre ya know,. and. as for that matter, so
am y motut I neas it r a mni malme, hey-plcking ptarmlgal s and mak-
a....w ... mm w.nw t au erm mlad. There's a coed time


s.e 3stss"ne sm"M a esnese.
Many people are seeaitey weU dur'
tan the week, but aslete with an
manner of allmn whe Swmay -mes
around, ad em MMenday they ae all
well aga. I really dead the ap
preach of the Led's day, for with the
day there come to mam etf my ock
colds sick headaches, pain In the side
tad mases, while numbers eamplala
of "that languid fesla."
Sunday before lMt I spmt really an
aniou day, ftr there happened to be
absent from the enrvlces q ate a am
ber, for the best et reason t of cirse-
a rushing In the head, a touch f sclat-
tea, cramps, toothache, hardness 0a
hearing, catarr, torpid liver, inlaam
nation of the membranes, lumbago
and, worse than all "that tired feel-
ing."
Then, what greatly distressed me the
next day was that Mrs. Henry Van
Blarscom had issued Invitations to an
"at home" for that evening, and the
fear well nigh paralyzed me that but
few would respond, seeing many of her
invited guests had been absent from
the Sabbath services. Imagine, then, if
you can, my profound surprise to see
on that Monday evening so wholly un
expected, so general and complete a re-
covery, and when I made Inquiry con-
cerning the Sabbath ailments only two
were able to recall what had really
been the matter with them the day be-
fore.-A Minister In Christian Intell-


PIS gms Peor sem.,
I have observed It the larger same
of marble which we cal makingg a
living" that most of the boys are
"playing for keeps" and only a few for
fun and that thboe who are playing
for keeps are the bs with the most
Infleace and standing In the com-
munity. I know a whole lot of boys.
some of them living t n Massachusetta
today, who are playing for keeps, buat
lastead of marbles they are ming
wheat or corn or ralroad stocks. No
one et them knows Jst whom he Is
playing against but each knows that
for each dollar be wim a dollar Is lost
by some one else.
Nevertheless I am old fogy enough to
say that for myself I do not regret my
early training, nor am I ready to leave
behind its principles, but as long as
the majority of parents wish their
boys to be successful It seems to me
you ought to make It clear that play-
ing marbles for keeps Is an excellent
way of drilling boys In that acqulsi-
tiveness which will make it possible
for them in after years to provide their
wives and daughters with silk dresses.
opera cloaks and automobiles.-Spring-
fel4 Republican.


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Nel-She uaed to beast that ahe was
me of the charter mmbes of the Wo.
man's ws ge clbh. SLa dmaet ap
pear t be as premo It ew.
Allt-Ok dhem aJt as pre, but,
you ow, the club was oersed 15
u agso, ad she met hare been at
IeMt 2 whe dm ek jeled.-Psdelphi-

The M Ov11a i of the
Daited mates are the awrth Atlastle
gSeea the a& th tlamtc rde p, the
rath eniat g6fi the seath eaitral
vow p anitbe walegs roau
There are so maay porw gramma-
rlan that we wooder pgrmmer is not
more uapoular.-Atchmsnn Globe.
Very me ought to have a motto of
hbI own. Mr. Rskin's was a good
sBe-rToday."


write: #Ify NOR aWIN Y aw vmm
SIPnU bissJmleyemmy me ~d
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For Fine Fountain Pens.


rThe HABERDASHERY


TB 3. SNYDE3 P9pse


IS THI BIST PLACK H OCALA


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Useful Ornamental Stytsh


EOLE:DAY GIFTS.


Handkerchiefs,
Umbrellas,


Parasols,
Neckwear,
Hats and Caps,
Clothing,

Gloves.
REMEMRER -

",THE HABERDASHERY"
Near the Poet Ofice.


A UREnabT sethia


Ocala


Jeweler"


Has this season taken especial care in the selection of goods for the Holiday trade, ad
the result is 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 e Cut Glassware

to be found here is worth a trip to the store to see, even if you don't intend to buy.
you have an eye for the beautiful you are bound to appreciate the beaitiea of this


display of Cut Glass.


You can search the city but you'll not find prettier


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WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS


Solo Proprietor
Ocala House Wine Rooms,
Ocala, Florida.

Solo Proprietor
The Opera Houe Saloon,
Gainesville, Florida.


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PRICE LIST

Per Gal'
Primrose Rye XX, a regular $a whiskey ......1i 75
Primrose Rye XXXX. best on earth........... 2 o00
Magnolia Rye, can't be beat.................. 2 50
Valley Glen Rye. a rich smooth article....... 3 00
Green River (Burbon), the whtsky without-
a headache.... ......- 350
Sobel. Tennessee Sour Mash, a regular 15
whiskey................ ............. .. 4 00
Diploma Maryland Rye. famous all over the
I. S, for its purity and tichness of fl vaor. 4 50
Pick wick Club Rye. finest on earth and fit
for a king......... ....................... 6 o
Old Velvet Rye. Kentuckvy' finest product. 6 00
N C. AND GA CORN
iGu, orgia Corn, i year old ..................... 75
Georgia Corn. 2 years oid ...... 2 00
North Carolina Corn. z year ld ............. 75
North Cara!ina Corn, 2 years old ....... ........ 2 oo
North Carolina Corn 4 years old ..... ..2 o
North Carolina Corn. o years old ............ oo
North Carolina Corn. yearsold .................. 4 oo
SCOTCH AND IRISH! WHISKIES.
Per Bot.
IGolf Club Scotch Whisky .... ... ....... o00
Ceo. Roes' Old Irish Whliskey... ............ 2 00 o
IUsher's Special Reserve Scotch Whikcey ... 2 00
CASE GOODS.
Per Case.
Magnolia Rye ..... .. ..... ... 6 50
Six years Old North Corolina Mountain
Dew Corn ................... oo......
J. W. MeCCloch Kentucky Welcome Rye 9 oo
J. W. McCulloch Green River Bourbon..... 9 50o
Diploma Maryland Rye 1o o
Pckwick Cub Maryland Rye........... 13 00
Mt. Venma Pure Rye. bottled at the distil-
lery, 12 full q-at ......... z6 o
Mt. Veron Pue Rye. bottled at the distil-
lery,a4fllpts 1700 oo
Mt. Vernon Pare Rye, bottled at the distil-
lery, 48 full half pints............................. 8 5o
Paul Jones 12 full quarts........... 5 oo
Paul Joes 24 fall pints ......... 1600 on
Paul Joaes ** 48 full half pints..- 17 o00
Old Carter, bottled in bond. iz full quarts.. 15 o
Old Carter! bottled in bond, 24 full quarts... :6 co
Kentucky Taylor's, 12 full quarts. 15 oo
Kentucy Taylor's, aS full pints...... 16 o
Kentucky Taylor's. 48 full half pints.... t7 00
Sobel Tennessee Sour Mash 5 do. 5s.......... 17 o
Per Gal.
Domestic ......$.....
Domestic, high grade....... .................... 2 00
Im ported .. .............. ... .... ......3 00
oBel t St pe botre.b
Booth & C's Old Tom, s1.5o per bottle.


TO MY FRIENDS 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 ex.rcwire whole*aue 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. Ir. EDWARDS, Ocala or CalaneoMe, -F


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NY POR XMAS
PHILOSOPHER
i. B Sea8ton Lord.
U-LKILY de-
,orng tbhe
poverty which

workoaChrist-
m day, I .-
e dy ent the ie
of The DItr y
Dow er ae d him
went to my
"Cfor be mhrt not know wo sends t
S up wth It joyet a receipt for
only for thew
eathy street. The
ed 1.
rookery, mand the city editor, wballere's
eve dollars a lady sent us to give a
peahld chap up on the Stet st. long
see, doe wants to knw that reached him
and oe It want to rea chister a letter,
vor he must not know who sends it.
80 rum up with it and get a receipt for
t eat we my the wind her."
I was soop on noth street. The
bmber sought was a tumble down oldn
ker, anold fd the children snowballind very
each other n the soo "Merry stopped long
enough to tell me that old Mr. Jones
Ilred on the top floor.
Come In!"ped a ooiped as cheery, shrill
voinned as I knocked on his door. I did.
Seated by the window, nightcap ona
ead anr.d spectaold on nose. sat an
bright eyedr t, fogray haired, much wrtation
kled old yellow quiclean shaven and very
rcketyall and stood. "Merry Christmasove, the


broken loaf of bread on tshe saw me andlittle
grintabled affthe ably. iia of carp fe the two
teeth that were still white.m
I stammered forth the conventional
answer. I could do no more than
stammer it, for such a salutation In
such a place quite staggered me. The
rickety bed. the unlighted stove. the
broken loat of bread on the bare little
table. the absenct of carpet the two
chair told the- slory of deepest pov-
erty at a glance. I hastily gave him
the money and took his receipt.
"Sit down on that other chair and


a uirds," said be, pointing out
the window to where a few sparrows
on the fire escape were peeking at a
piece of his loaf.
"It is this that has made you happy
today In spite ofr-
"It Is one of the things. That was
my C rltmtan giving. It was all I
could give until you came, but now 1
am under the necessity of seeking
human objects for m booty. The
almas share of this Is too big for the
birds."
"Ca you fAnd any poorer than your-
alt?* I inquired.
"'e, even In the paless" be said
usI Rits.nganI eIningo en the
Ig tick whieh ha bad khpt beside
bhi, he thus went :
"I big mn my c I Ma' iMa of Christ-
ys statrday -aftnteno by going to
the fare libray aA wea"ag INcDke
.Chrstmas Carol. For years I have
nead It on Christmas eve-that is, to
fll myself with the true Cbristn-.
spirit of charity, love, peace and good
will. It always succeeds. Has any
illioaire In this great city begun
more wisely?
"Having f nised my reading, I walk-
ed through the crisp. frosty air to the
boulevard to enjoy the sleighing. It
was very f8e. Time was when I used
to sit In one of those vehicles and go
skimming over the snow. I lost half
the sport. I could not see the cutters
skim by, the rosy cheeks of the riders,
and I ran risk of a spilL I could hear
no bells but those on my own team.
but, ah, standing on the roadside-bhow
different!
"The skating on the lake next inter-
ested me. and I enjoyed it greatly.
Home to tea next. with a keen appe-
tite. Had I a full larder and that appe-
tite I would eat enough to be sluggish,
and then I should not go out again.
But a slice of bread, an onion and a
cup of black tea-no gluttony In that.
yet enough.
"I went out to do my Christmas
shopping. Oh, I saw everything-all
the riches of the earth displayed in
windows. Remember that the great
delight in most of them is in looking
at them, and that if they are personal
ornaments you cannot very well see
them after you put them on. I feasted
my eyes fully from the outside of the


for myself some oftheoM male
plays of Christmas or sina an oMlden
carol"-
"Pardon me," said I, starting up.
I must go. You tempt me to share
your feast and loe my pton. I
must go. J wish I knew bow to be
as happy as you."
"Be contnt," said the strange old
man.

-TO THE PUBLIC.

We :understand some one in trying
to imitate our


for chill and fever. '
*This Ie poor way to do busioem.to
say the least of It.
When you try to imitate another
preparation it is the strongest end*orw-
ment you eould give it, la the eys of
all Intelligent people, land I hope the
people of Ooa will continue to take

666
for chill and fever, and accept 'o sub.
stitute. Yours respect fully,
MoxnTICELz DRUG Co.,
Monticello, Florida.
For sale in Oeala by-
The Postoflce Drug Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,
Win. Anderson's Drug Store.


FERRY'S


you're planting
when you plant
buy cheap seeds you cant
be sure Take uo chances -
Vet Ferry's. Dealers every.
where sell them. Write
for 1901 Seed AunnaJ-
mailed free.
D. N. ER3 a &CO.,


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LETTUCE, BE ANi,:LANC.UKN ]BALM--_
.CAWNT3LOUP3 AND "CAL ZU GBRLTXO.

- Orange Box Material -
PATENTgVENTILATEDPRODI CUR'ARRELI

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PRICE LIST

Implored Wine. Per t.
Piper-Heidsieck pint g ..... ...................- oo
G. H. Mumm Extry Dry. pint $: ............ 4 0
Lanbenheimer, pint 5oc ....... ...- .....- o
Nierste.uer, pint Si ....................- .
Hchheimer Berg. pint t ...- a
Stjuhe Claret, pint 75C ............... 1 o
argaux Claret, pint 75c ........... ...... I 5
MedocClaret. pint 75c ..... 5
Poutet Canet Claret. pint -.- ..... a o00
ergcurdy. pint "sc ........ .. o
Zinfandel, California Claret, pint 25c ..... ..... 50
Fast Wine Co., pint 26c 50
Demeatle WInci.
Per Gal
Pure Gripe Wine. for ch'irch purpow-- ...: So
Pure Catawaba Wine ....... ... ... ....... i
Pure S-uppernong Wine .... ......... I 53
Pure B!ackberry Wine .... ........... ....... I
Pure Blackberry Wirne. very od,!. per ,bt-
tie .
Pure Blackberry Brandy, vzrv u!i p.r :-
ble 1
Pure Old Port wine. sweet .... ........ ,
I ure Ol, P.rt 'Wi ie. dry ..... ..... .... .. oo
Pui.0e Ol Sherrv Wine. swt'v" .......... t __ ,
Pure 4, 1 Sherry Wine, dry. very t1,1 .......... .
Sautckrite Wine, per lttlc 5.: and 5:.
Rhine W n-'. per bottle. oc, 75c. and Si .-o
Great West.rn Champagne. pint S............ o
Imported Bhnlles.
Per ot.
Jas. Hennessey & Co. Three Star Brandy. .52 o
. and F. Martel Three Star Brand. ...... a oo
Courviiaer & Cuther Prereb Cognac..- Go. 2o
Dme"ftie lh1n4dem.
Pure California Cogmac brandy. eiqua toI
import, pit 75. .. .......................... so
Pure So- th Caroml bogoe Brandy. eqaL n
to impo ted. pint 75-c ... 1 50
PEACH AND APPLE BRANDI tS.
Maryland Peach Biandies.................. 2 oo
Maryland Apple Brandy ...........
Maryland Apple Brandy. 4 years old ..... 3 00
Maryland Peach Brandy. 4 years old ..... 3 o
Maryland Peach Brandy. 8 years old ..... 5 o
Per Gal.
New England. ....a................ a
Jamacia .......................... o
New England. 4 vern old......... .. 3 00
Jamacia. 4 ears old................. .... 3 5
Jamacia, best imported, per bottle $1.73.
w lo-ehars*extrafo Jugs-haltgala.
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owhees ga.,os, 55.; .Vvgal ike SL


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for outp as wd as for quality-the wuversal bewerage.
served m evey pnt of the habt*Wb1 Jobe-now hi the ^
second hi ltiion bottig.3
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3P EIdht. Mt.,by Wi"lsa. HewkimLj
am ebristsmas is set like the rest.
Wb" I&*eEa uingle day
Or pnoitl a uve-k at best
An"d t Ies are pnt away
To sr forgotten fqr a year.
Until good mill toward men
Coi,.'w- .n wtid. sofaMliugsreappe-ar.
And is in styke axain.


All time is grandma's Christmas time.
An sessamehers to hear
Tlhqet eofd a IkUhlde kme
of vsva, dor
W wiam u hn~dwto .&H but her
As dho mpla 1ofumm
she WsCUMla ems w they wene
ke bw downed yu


Now, *a h eer erodle S fih
so csem a sngofJay
&ad__ vna dewedd 4fasemms 1mM
Daft( Crktlnsstoy.
SAmw*ftup ~the ettiesdair
Mlaw w mp aaway
And 4earthe Cbistins bnesthwer
Ume hedo..


yet. oou ado ~s of d aPon
F U MinGMmw ay Pe
an am& thedo gods C"
my mm 4md b
&a s ato nobthe 8g 1-6 ueg
an sumaORmiWNWayW
Uat -o ow t tea.
abosa (b da y.


AMsll m has40 ba
,be tWU3 goas ed ad s~lm
of veiw so aad 1,
ko he U&m bm waito
t"0 cadm ofd th=a-
wbm pl a th-"mpwro ge-
oel-K rmthe lawly umom


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nmes En dTurks.
"It would give a genuine and rdel-
plous Turk a fit if lie saw how titt
apprtielation Anmricaus show for the
- rs e .1nd what little reverence they
have for it," lpoke a florist as he wrap.
ped the foil about the stems of a bou-
tonniere.
"The rose is beyond question the pret-
tiest flower thit hI onws. and it was so
considered l.y the Turks many years
before the conquest of Granada. There
is a religious legend generally believed
In throughout Turkey that the red rose
sprang from a drop of the great proph
et .Molhannied's blood. Everything
beautiful in nature is ascribed to him.
The Trrks, therefore, have great rev
erence for the flower and allow it to
bloomi.and die untouched, except on
state occasions and for the purpose of
making rosewater.
"After the conquest by the Turks
they would not worship in any church
until the walls were cleansed and wash
ed with roeewater and thus purified by
the blood of the prophet It is used on
the body tfor the same purpose. A Turk
whose coascienee is stung by some act
or deed be has committed will caress
and pay reverence to the rose to ap-
pease the wrath of the prophet and
Allah.
"With these Ideas inculcated In him
from youth It would shock him severe
ly to see the pretty flower strewn In
the path of a bridal couple, thrown on
the public stage or banked up In hun-
dreds at a swell reception or party to
be crushed and spoiled In an evening."
-Exchange.
seslMBe 'oeswluas**S.
Two doctors once had a disagree-
ment-as the best of doctors sometimes
will have-and lost their tempers.
"I hesitate to any just what I think
of you,"'angrily exclaimed one of the
two, "for you have not many years to
live! Commumptlon has marked you
for a victim."
"Oh, It bas, has it? How do you
know?"
"By the 'dubbing' of your fingers."
referring to the wasting away of the
fingers near where they join the hunds.
"Do I need to call your attention to
t*at?"
"Perhaps not." retorted the other.
"But do you know you bear the unmis-
takable indication of an early death
y eor ?"
"Where, air?"
"In those holows at the back of your
neck near the head, where you can't
see them. They denote a fatal lack of
vitality."
"In that case," rejoined the one who
had spoken first, extending his hand,
"we are foolish to quarrel. Let us
prescribe for each other."
They are still alive and apparently
ton excellent health-
T1e sedeets.
An incident at the silege of Rouen, In.
15391. shows that red was looked upon
as the English color, for In mentioning
the death of one of the Earl of Essex's
captains It is remarked that the French-
man who shot him got near enough to
do so by putting on the red coat of a
dead English soldier. In 1643 the
king's life guards. as also the queen's
and Prince Itupert's. wore red coats.
It Brings Her, Etc.
"What do you d!o when your wife
gets sulky and refuses to talk to you."
'.w- -h halin to nmnise Mrs. All-


HOLIDAY


ANNOUNGEMENT!


Loaded to the Top,
I am Here at Last.


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CANCER
SufferM from this horrible maladv
early always inherit it not necessarily
from the parents, but may be from some
remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs
through several nertion This deadly
poison may lay mant in the blood fo
years, or until you reach middle life, then
the first little some or ulcer makes its ap-
pearance-or a swollen gland in the
nmt, or ome other put of the body,
PVes the first warning.
To cure Cancer thoroughly and perm
iently all the poisonous virus must be
42ininlated from the blood-every vestage
it driveout. Thi S. & does and
a theonly medicine that can reach deeo-
mated, obstiate blood troubles like tkhi.
When all the poaon has been forced out
at the syam the Cancer hea& and the
Cancer begiusoften in a sman way, watbe
following letter from Mrs. She~r shows:
I A smelpimple came on my jaw aboutaa hics
below the earomthe left ske ofmy face. tAgm
me so piainor incoMvea-
dnae. andtI should have
htxce. ab s it htd it
htof waod bkeed a
Ite, them ambo ,er bet
mad not ebtL Whi
r.hes my jaw began to
swel, becoming very
paisfut. The Camce be- J
Zau to eat ama spread,
mUitwas large as
half dolar.whea I beard I
ofS. aS. nadd deter.in-
edtoglve&t a fairtrial, :'
ed it Wl emarkaile
wuat a wo-derful effect
t had from the very beginning: thesaorbe g= aa
heal and after king a few bottles disappeared
eOireIy. Thiawastwo year.ago; thete are still
o sMgans of the Cancer. and my general heatlb
.jatimmes MasK.smRSE, a Pslata Mo.
i is the greatest of all
bloodparpifcA mand the
.eily one guaranteed
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New


Racket


Is Loaded With
Holiday Bargailn
In Underwear for Men, Women and Chil-
dren, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Hats, Caps,.
Shirts, Jewelry, Shoes,': Capes, Jacketw
Skirts, Boys and Men's Clothing, Crockery,
and Notions of all kinds.


MILLINERY.
For the latest styles in up-to-date Drew mr
Walking Hats, THE BROADWAY rILLr .
NERY STORE, went door to The Now .Rii
leads the procession-at a saving of X per
cent to the purchaser. Come and inpet
and get our prices on our holiday display of
Fine Dress. Pan-American and Walkin
Hats We will save you money on your hat
purchases. We will also trim or dress your
hat in any style desired.

P. S.-We sell at wholesale and retail. Wam rider
I wn prompt attention. Writo-for prie .


The:Hew Racket i.rd Broadwy WiillierySfSre,
OCALA, -FLORIDA-- -


Fine Values


In Winter Goods

For Lady Shoppers!


AUraevie Geeds.
lI, re's hritatbiees in our stock of
rare, warm goods for
fall and winter gar.
Lueats. The colo6
are unusually pleas
thig, weing different
fi o-m the colors or-
dinarily employed
in goods of Ibis
Character. For waist
or skirts we have
lust the tbhin--all
fitue, new, up-to-date
fabrics.


Warmtlh Mem Eeathk.
If you wear:one of thee pretty Jack
eta-made In several
stylve, double-breamat-
ed, with plain or fur-
trimmed collars-you
will I.e comfortable
physically and men-
tally. They are the
garments that t be' t
suit the needs of the
average woman in
cold weather, and we
have a complete a*t-
sortment of sizes for girns, auiwem and
matrons.


Silk klIrts.
These silx skirts have a fltre to them
sad anr- jst as nice
a skirt as you could
make from the best
silk. They are of
a rare grrte of goods
with fast colors, and
wont pull to pieces
as you have found
-t some silk skirts do
THEY'LL HOLD
,rHiER SHA1-PE
SELL--no creep-
S \ J Ing at the knees


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MIMERUIAL BANK. OCALA*



[Branrh of Commiercial Rank, Jacksonville.]

CAPITAL $50,000O

Accounts of Firms, Corporations and lndlviduabl 8oleited.
Prompt Attention to all Bauslie Entruttd to our Care.
Exchange Boughbt and Sold.

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS





A. E. DELOUEST


HARD WARE


Sash and Doors,

Farming Tools,

READY MIXED PAINTS, TC


THE SOUTHLAND RABBITBRTI
Dealers in Imported and Fancy Bred


BELGIAiN HARES
From recent Importations, Queen:Lipton, Yorkshire Lam,
Dash Princess, King Wautage. Duke William and Dasu
Wonder. Write us.
W. D. MORTON, Mgr.
OCALA FLA-

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Nine-

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IERBINE.


Pure Juices from Natural Roots.


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H.: HAVE just loaded THE NE1W RA CKET, Ocala's. (heape.t Stoe and my headquarters, with Toys
and Presents of every description. I brought loads of every kind of Doll and Toy for the boys
a nd girls, and Holiday Goods of every description, suitable for gifts and presents for young
folks. old folks, and all ages of folks. If you fail to visit and inspect my great display of Holiday
good<. Dolls. Toys, &c., left at THE NE W RACKET. you just as well "Go 'way back and sit down,"
as you wtll have missed half of your life. Yours as ever, OLD SANTA CLAUS.


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THE OCALA BANNER, DECEMBER 20, 1901


THE


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1Whelemale Deale. sd 3ad otlers


THE FINEST BEER MADE


Importers sa" Jbbem 1I


WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS


ANNOUNCEMENT.


In presenting our price list for the season
of 1901-02 we desire to thank our friends and
customers for the large patronage accorded
us in the past and to assure them that we
will maintain our reputation for highest
quality of goods and lowest prices.


s 0 to


We beg to announce our purchase on Oc-
tober 7th of the Montezuma Exchange form-
erly owned 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 aunoat of experience, we
feel jnutifl'l in asking your orders.

We are agents forth celebrated Indianap-
olis Brewing Company, whose famous Beer
was crowned over all as the laest in the
world at the Paris Exposition. We can and
do recommend their well known brands,
Indianapolis Budweiser and "Progress
Brand" Duesseldorfer.
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We solicit 3rour patronage and
satisfaction.


guarantee


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CARMICHAEL'N PET
Full quart $1; four full quarts, delivered, $4:
twelve full quarts, delivered, $11.
RITLLE OF OCALA
Full quart, 1; four quarts in box, delivered,
$4: twelve quarts, delivered, $12.
NOIUBR ASH
Full quart, 75c; four full quarts in box, $3;
twelve quarts, delivered, $9.
STEWART
Which is a pure Maryland Rye, at the very
low price of 75c per full quart; four quartsin
box, $3: twelve quarts, delivered, $9.


IMPERIAL CAmaiww-


The best whiskey on the market for family
use, full quart, $1.50; four quarts in box, de-
livered, 8G: twelve quarts, delivered $1;. -
CREEDMOOR
A pure Kentucky Whiskey, made of the very
finest grain, and guaranteed to be a pure as
the purest, $1.50 per full quart; four quarts
in box, delivered, $6; twelve quarts, deliv-
ered. 816.
A A A BAKER
Full quart, :81.50; four quarts in box. 8;5:
twelve quarts, $13.50.
OLD PRIVATE NTOC'K
Full quart, $1.50; four quarts lin box. 4-liN -
ered. G6: twelve quarts, delivered S;#-;.
WELLER'I XXXX ('ABINETI
The best Whiskey on the market for medli-
cal purposes. Try it and be convinced. Per
quart, $2.
OLD CROW
Quart, $1; four quarts in box. $4: twelve
quarts, $12.
WEDDING BELL
Full quart, $1.25; four quarts in lbox. .:
twelve quarts, $15.
0ACAR rviwrram
We have on hand a limited amount of this
excellent whiskey, which is genuine, at 8s
per case.-
W. N. meRRAYrm
At ft per' case. These goods are standard
and cannot be beaten anywhere.


PRICE LIST

COOGNAC AND FENOCH BRANDIEM
Genuine Imported Cognac, at $2 per bottle.
Vte. De St. Morstton & Co., [8 years old]
s2.50 per bottle.
California Brandy, $3 and $4 per gallon.
Three Star Hennewsee, imported $2.25 per
bottle.


WiuB AM
Blackberry, quart,
Ion, $1.50.
California Black,
$1.25; gallon, $2.50.
Strawberry, quart,
Ion, $2.


50c; i gallon, $1; gal-
quart, 75c; I gallon,

60c; i gallon, $1; gal-


Raspberry, quart, 60c; i gallon, :1; gal-
lon, $2.
Peach and Honey, $2.50 to $4 per gallon.
Tom Gin, $1.75 to $4 per gallon.
Rock and Rye, $1.75 to $3.50 per gallon.
California Claret. 60c per bottle; $5 per
case.
Sherry, 50, 60 and 75c per quart: 51.50. 82
and $3 per gallon.
Port, 50, 60 and 75c per quart: $1.58, 82
and $3 per gallon.
Muscatel, 65, ,5 and 81 per quart; S6. $1.50
and 84 per gallon.
Catawba, 50, GO anti 75c per quart: $1.50, 6*2
and S:3.(K per gallon.
Scuppernong. 50, fn) andt 75c per quart:
6Sl.5F), ? and .:; per gallon.


RUM
New England...........
4 yrs. old..
Old New England........
.. .... .


Qt.
Iso,

851


Gal. Gal.
I 441 2 50
0150 3 00
2 o4 14 400
15(1i 3 00


.. BOLE B ER -Ei

Our Bottle Beer is Simply Fine-Try a Barrel
and be Convinced.

Indianapolis Budweiser, per bbl...... $11 00
"Progress Brand" Duesseldorfer...... 10 50
per doz.......... 1 50
per5do.L $5.0to 650
Beer without label, per doz .......... 1 00
KI O BEER $12.7
Ker mu'-t he returned or i w"i 1r- charged for same.

MALTALE AND CHAMPAGNE CIDER i. $10


"Carmichael's

Special" at $3.25.
This whiskey is five yesws old, pure and
i 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 receipt of $ deliver, free of
express charges, four fu quart bottles,
packed in wooden box, with no mark except
your address on box. For 9.00 we wi ll -
liver two full quarts same as above.


DUUE T .WUW..............
Sour Mash, 4 yrsold....
Rippy,y5 yrs old.........
McBrayer. 6 yrs old ....
Stewart, 1892............
Stewart, 1888............
Belle of Ocala...........
Rose Dale Bourbon......
Belle of Anderson.......
Wedding Belle...........
Old Crow................
Famous Lewis 1866......
FernHill..............
Oscar Pepper [in bulk]..
James E Pepper.........
XXXX Cabinet...........
CORN
North Carolina..........
Very Old................
Georgia .............
Stone Mountain.........
Kentucky ...............
Fern Cliff ...... ..........
White Corn .............
BRANDY
Pure Peach.............
Old Peach...............
Fine Tennessee..........
Pure Apple ..............
Old Tennessee Apple....
Grape Brandy...........
Cognac Brandy (Dom.)..
Imported Brandy........
Imp. Brandy (8 yrs old)..
Blackbei y Brandy......
Anchor ..................
Old Tom ........t........
Holland ................
Swan (4 yrs old).........
Bell (imported)..........


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GINGER ALE ht 75C, PER NOZ. Ocala physicians-they say it's EST.
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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.


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OWseo -no the w a --
Dr. K- ers a w -n- M new 4W
ak h.....-= ..
eviy is thoe s qcificforhkbs.hidi
aodf wm ptroistIs =t alae tomn
dffqpuly hapthin msc. a after oaltOther
rw lhave lmii. Atdr n afty-cot
also b kmaookm abmb
eadtesedf Acgess. A e



Mr. Wiuham fRab dMr, who died
at his buM Il OeUas eG thel itlueof
ls win a m n eo mof t ExD -
emp-ery M--In every espeat-S
one whom we Ol E IlI aSurd to Iee.
f*am OW mHO
Mr. se I-- wasof a quiet and
qftbe YfmIe ia pi nMa"Ioly
weaIri v disown and n 0nuequitaty"
a, peatps, mr daeut to get
rqmuidwith thant wo m othr- ,
thiee wb eakno e bim loved
bim, mid thae who knew hinm best
owd him ment.
InI baeus, asI thall other relathn. ,
he wm the soul of houor and itneg-
rlty. He iad bees a partner with Mr.
IL IK. Yeage inthe plumbing buinesM
is loea aer about twenty yes u, ad

As a eitee, he was always found
ntwestilg aMWd aImletlua in evecy
meovememt for the city'. good.
As a cbristian, bl life and influence
eet gSem halo of brig tan.,
puity madlv eA every id that will
wie.ed deigmp throhouLt hbe
mdlmn realmgn of etera lty. Hewds
a smlia- and devoted member of the
M. &. ehmeh, tmth, always mever
happier thm whia egniglg in the
mrvte~ of hes clreb.
Mr. mheler mwa ldeed a ehris-
thn at h aid his wm a ehrtibstia
hme Is Itn net manse There he
amt d imp d Open his o-
bald the tIpIVmee of this Ifo and
OW me s eof preparing for the life
b. 2mebe~ er kept aglow the
alr of fmdpy per. How hbey will
mib him at himn! Our deWpaym-
pIthy ga eat to the Mhihesb oes
tha.m May diWe emfrt mad
rmeg sm thim.
iM howhi e mim eta the
ia sIa heomtm -
Mr. Otla ht er a mdenofe hih
im. seln.i and m e
tedata y mp.iael ad ilt deMlhd Mse
taih his legm at wUa mi f thel


belw t agumd wham bd the d to
*te tae t~ fw yemaumt his Ifm e
hi S wa m"an phyale-su f



biR.N h emim hawJ. with blm.
piimieI ima b(itis; usa whoa the
SmOWN&-r .si r thrim, thI
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K"10 4 4'NtsTrh VInV istake. later-
naly Oamid s a drectly on the blood
andmw. *Uaumrufseepof Ithe symiem.
!low leeritplm""I'. tfree.
__F. j 'ENY&C. Toledo, 0.
f Sod by DrupWIt",76r.
thtUod-.md


"so, kind friends, always consider a
home with a dear family a blessing
that you would not like to forfeit."
the above beautiful and touching
compubition written toy Miss Kibble
DeVane, of this city, with an hour's
lime for Its preparation. It was award.
ed the prixe of 120.00 at the Georia
,tate fair recently held in Savannah.
To stee a o ld.
After exposure or when you feel a
cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's
Honey anmid Tar. It never fiils to stop
scold it taken time. Anti-Monop-
ely Drug Store. m
ullige-Veat.L
A marrie ofIIP to may that will occur
Thmudny eventig s that of Mr. St. Juliet
Kmeat -anud Miss Mary Bertot Mulligan.
The wmo..y will be performed at the manse
of the Pimt Predaierian church. Rev. Dr.
Pl ,kee.bocatiW. No invitations have bees
ime aad only the Immediate relatives and a
few hriees will be preset. Mr. and Mrs. Vagt
will leave on a trip to Jacksonville, St. Augus
time. Ocala and other points of interest in
ponds.
There are few people in Augusta with more
friends than Miss Mulligan and Mr. Vogt.
Though the latter is a native of Florida, he has
lived in Augusta for some years and has made
hundreds of friends by his gentlemanly. quiet
demeanor and universal courtliness. Miss Mul-
bgas. too, is very popular, nutting in herself
many excellent qualities of heart and mind.
The best wishes of many will accompany Mr.
and Mrs. Vogton their life's journey.-Augusta
(Ga.) Chmnicle.
Mr. Vogt, who is a native of Ocala,
has many friends here who will be
gad to learn of his marriage, which
occurred last night. Mr. Vogt and his
bride will spend a few days here on
their wedding Journey.
Se To Years Is *So.
-?Win wonders ever cease?" inquire

thUm find of M L. Pease, of l w-
reune, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed In seven years
on account of liver and kidney trouble,
nervous prostration and general debil-
ity, but "three bottles o f0ectric Bit.
terms enabled me to walk," she writes,
"and in three months I felt like new
paem." Womem a ragehm head.
ake, lbeekh ervoum n seeplesn
meas, melanoboly, fainting and direy
spels will ind it a priceless blessing.
Toy it. Saota stion guaranteed by
AnUt-MoepoG yDrug Store.Only Oc. 5
&a aesoal sW WINs Mseers.
Mr. Alfred Alien, who,,it will he
.ma.eredl, resided In this city dur-
ing the halcyon period of the phos-
phase ansad edited a magazine en-
Uided "Plorids," has reenetly won
high literary distinction as the
satormof a play written for "Town
Topi:s" eastled, "Chilvalry" and for
whid be received a prise of $1,000
e*red by that publication for the
test ply.
Mr. Alen's production seems to have
dMuek a popular dhard and be is Just
ow tie literary lion.
While living in this city Mr. Allen
wrote a novel entitled, "The Iron
Heart"and since leaving here wrote
a seemed one entitled, "Judge Lynch"
the seeme of which was located Jn
Cilrus county and wmm based on the
lynching of the murderer of Mr.
$tevenson, a Canadian, who wan a
resident of Oeala.
Uew to Cure aroup.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives uear Amenula,
Duchems county, N. Y., says: "Cham-
barlain'a Cough Remedy is the bt-st
medicine I have ever used. It is a
fine children's remedy for croup and
falls to cure." When given as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after thse crupy e,.ih *.** it will prevent the attack. Thi. shoul'l
ie horne in mind and a tottleof the


ecoqgils Bteau~cly k.-1. at ltnu.t ready
for instant use s"M .'i)(Ita asthew SWyggg;-
tunas aptwar For "ale by Anti.Mo-
nqipnly Drust Stirvr l
S~ver avad Cut Blass.
Ouer u~toeL'otifainfa not hittighbut anew
goovds samfeully aW3.ted by our man-


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f t lalwaJ *^ Uwiltl be the sweeteet song ever
Ier, mu by mortal tongue. I ,ak
l, I qu sre In quoing thLon = beautiful
weod4 'Be it ever "o humble, there is
Do0 Place like home.'
S""1"rs nay he reared ina poverty,
but when they Krow to young women-
huid they marry, tierhaps rich; they
Iave every luxury wealth can afford
but atill they look bIMak aud say, 'Oh!
0r one day In that old home.'
"Children may visit thejr playmates,
btat if they let angry with each other
the ArM word of the child is, 'I am
going right homee'
"A boy may drink and fall so low
that no one welcomes him to their
! Su e at l ~ home, he them turns in despair and
a-. *sks himaelt *'Where shau I go.?
"M Puewama1 iS TWles the answer comes from some
Bik SO ddacspL unksown place--come home.
bmb ,1Met "YouN my perhaps be taken sick
a e m -hof in some distant city, you are eared
Iy rlo i8 if ts fr, and evry" attention possible is
. i.s.. his k -l given, but tll you murmur, 'If I was
orm ado` o1 -monly hboa .'
I Nt vue wy al w aW


.2- more


you kick. Each


makes the other worse.


A thin. body makes thin
blood.' Thin blood makes a
thin body. Each makes the
:e:..cr worse. If there is going
1 be a change the help must
:, :,e from outside.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Spi). It breaks up such a


1;n=lbination.


First it sets the


: omach right. Then it en-
,ches the blood. That
t:'cngthens the body and it
.begins to grow new flesh.
A strong body makes rich
b.cod and rich blood makes a
strong body. Each makes the
ether better. This isthe way
Scott's Emulsion puts the thin
body on its feet. Now it can
get along by itself. No need
o nof medicine.
This picture represents
the Tade Mark of Scott's
Emulsion and is on tht
wrapper of every bottle.
Std fol r free sample.*
SCOTT & BOWNlE
409 Pearl St. New Vork
$Soc. and $u all druggists


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THE BOSTON bTORE j THE BOSTON STORE




TE ENTIRE OUTLAY.
--OF OUR- -


HOLIDAY


STOCK


Offers a spectacle of unusual brilliance, even for
the sparkling season of Christmas. Do you want
~- oTHE NICEST GIlk'T Z.
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
BY OUR


COMPETITION
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

SWE- have just re.
I ceived a $1,400 bill
E of Shoes, which we will
sacrifice. we want to
be known as the only
h b house in Oeala selling
MEN'S, LADIES'
AN CHILDREN'S

SHOES
it the* lowest possible
prices. Just think of a


SAVING TO YOU
OF ..........................


BOLLS FROM Only the best
OUR OVEN material goes
into the oven and
only the
BEST BREAD
rob out. It is delightAflty crisp sad
whothome. A few fliers buttered is a
meal in Itself and almost a nutrittous
meat.
Order for Bread, etc., ema be more
mauwfactorily fled by

BENUS' BAKERY
than by any other bakery I town.

FANCY GOODS,


China~ Glasswarei


Toyf, Doll,
and.1 kid ofHiiyG nea h


and all kinds of plihtay Ge-M, at the
store of

G. A. NASH.
S .Hi .

Shoe, Dry Goods

AND Notions stock

is full and complete. Prices the low-
est. A call and em-min-tion of our
stock will never be regretted.
POLITE A TFr.TION ASSURED.
forget A. NASH,

South Side of Square.

McI VEA and JA CIA J


FUN ERAL

DIRECTOR S.
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-is %LJ 16 1 It ol 'ii tJOj&, 4;&AKg 6 .MU~d K
au:L- 11 ~r l 'SStnIUD 4stli&~~
Paid to "zrtaiserrv2Oe.


50 PER CENT.


W ELL, this is what.
it will save you by
buying your



of us. Buy a pair of us
and if they are not as we
represent them, 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 Clthing,
you will not want to read this, as that was enmswght
convince you.


Ladies' Ready-Made Gwrmentu.
This is the line that so many of our competitors hav
been hard at work to learn how we can sell o low and
yet keep it up. The mystery will now be opalalui.
It is a known fact that if you sell "BILOW COW'
you can't keep things a-going. We do not sell below
cost, but as our saJes are so many we ean 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
goods.


FINE


DRESS GOODS.


If space would allow us to tell you about this
line it would take up much more time t>r read
about this than any other news 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 nay
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


i:Kck a dog and he bites you.
VT bites you and you kick him.
:e more you kick the more
-, bites and the more he bites


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1111 so0mew Of P he ers *s. s 9414 1 eepe
A_. J B. -[ry is proe.dlng elder of Ae et. ad~t.. for Foley ..
f**; TdlAaimere tsahlct; Brv. J. P. l
Bhs premdimag -Ider of the Hemy aid Tar and all who amet
Sl.-- ut,.-et; KR* T ,. T X is,. ;i e that it isa saplentid rmmedy for ,
MEdldag elder of the Live (Oak dis. eapgh, colds or Moe leag. Aati*
Umie; Bev. Ira NmaemUom is predinmmg Memop- Dru to. m
eler of the Oaimeeville distrlet; Ber. Me- y --'- os.
Mr. Athomsa to retamed to Jackson.
vwe; Bev. L I. Thrower goes to TAB
ItAm ; Bev.J. P. Do Pawe ma to
; Bnv. J. W. Carpemter r t- M*- Y
=aM to e Qelftmv.e a; w. J. W.
A ati E Wi t i m eh' a STOVI W OOD!

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h",. A&W. Me., IS bees mmslowe
eb eeilm "demb"n a"
iMe S e I Gem e

w1dl*Se speper be peb s ie Mb iA vS vm. ,
worn o I Sam an"1 mias i a W .


areie AiM wll with the Cma| I I 1 I
tham ao bhemtr. uPe a t s
wher an sIe siIog il with bi n,
Mi.eA.. d Uo mp tme aueh ths. aJ A IA ,SE
poay in this preseutatlom of mini-
MO MelbmOeU. Men do'ti apple-
dolte the fet that the Otrala of moth P
as0111001 eet hineteo i&r an Alle L EX lie
letds Whatf s apie hemaw theeld-
S hey weam he grow thin, ag ete;I,
pals, ervesO end worm without a __ orA or.Iage ca cr e
ahlght that she is over-burdened.p ries o everyastare sd amem. It make a
Amien tbh plemmat let mer %aee.i.d wdAh the ekfe. mW p isM. Iad
by Dr. Pie*e are mthe. fhm hbusands a dtsamuy. l
who have waed ap before it was too -i Lee ti each S bo. M care, pa wy
Imto The errUiag bheir laid upon ***a& 6 for f.s Sent by miL |
tev wiand In m the warch forhbelth 8f
base fnmd in Dr. Pfleee s Pfvoite IlTET C Amgme
aioul-,one a nd o.e V MIh c.k e -m 1 d
g back the mother the beali em 1W | rt 01
of 1h a ind I vthe enembrmM dand
pi be. "co weft y eAsomuIIrse" in 'o
, adof every me.ed womes whe
hows ud It wvim sFted wfite erdis. e

eaki amdamd bomewsW .a Burnetn
ae -,I im, V rW lMm waorn ae da 11
Mi ef mmim hr d mie Merchant T
aw m lament ORTa oring
I" G mut M.eae IM. 1 (esl hi
b...ta p ,re to Se. I. teir Finest Imported and
oar "" r a.. her DoesticCmoths E OC
Mbd sdo t As. ABg-atines.AmL Cutting a Specialty.
A TusFjamuuIL L ILL ML M
Editor ch of "DaiMy tI" Phil-
Mpbrg, J.., has tIsted the merits
Iwo, ayHomey and Tar with this
ommi: "I have med a great many
patet remiedies In fm y for m
ra and cold., and an bO.aj ey
any your HIoney and Tar is the best
thtu of the kind I bave ever med
mw I amot a tooB meh in paise of
I.MY Amu-Monoply Drug tore. m
dotes. Ses ad reltaes, a fWU MsMe at
s5d Whas.o.'
Ha. Georse 0. Mathews, so well
known inu thi vicinity, where he re-
sided for maay year and held several
0ceM of public trust, to-wit: member
of the kgadatere and member of the
school bowman, ad who was after*
was* comet to an important Dart lta
atmIa Asserica, left with his aily
IMe &aturday for Arcadia where he
If you would nave ao appetite like
a kear ama a elish for yomreMals take
(hamherauu's ssomach ad Liver
Itibte They coreet disorder of the
stmaeb and regulate the liver and -
bewe. Prie, 25 cents. Samples
be. at Amii-Meampoly Drug Store.


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Apples,
Oranges,
Grape Fruit,
Pine Apples,

Lemons,
Currants,
Prunes,
Raisin..


Citron,
Figs,


Apricots,
Cabbage,


Potatoes,
Onions,
Florida Syrup.
Maple Syrup.


wHRISTMAS


_ATAT-


The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.


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ee the Souvenir China (scenes from Ocal

Silver Springs) appropriate for Chistmas


morials.


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S. a. FLORIDA


Christmas Groceries
that you must have for the
tree, the stocking or the table.
you should purchase at W. C.
JFFORD', because you get
the best and the most for the
money in nuts, dates, fig,
confetionery and every kind
of fancy groceries. Leave
your order in eaon and you
won'% risk omittn~ aathia.


JEF


Hbrvest King Flour. fMlly giaraniat


Diamond X Butter fresh and p"re.


I Full Cream Cheee.


White


House and B. D. & T. Cofeew,
Finest in the land.


Star Hams and Breakfast Baoo,


Buckwheat and Pancake Flour,


Cottolene and Plantene,


Chewing and Smolring Tobacoos
and Cigars*


~CudrT


"ellies,


Pis 1i
Apple ~r


Dates



Amd Other
Good Things.


While they let I will el pedigreed
aig Fnr. F. W. Big., (eals1
ouy FZewadkhi, sa of Hoea. W. K.
Srwadki, of OGea. Is now a a~e las
the United l tate genam. b Is a
bmba t led of ferleu year, aad we
trame he wi i eula tthe example of
hbis i sas predm .r, ex-Oasmtr
OBra, n1ad rise to the dalty
of a sanst In at body.-Pilatha
No. --ne c n- ,.ho for god
beasi auue his owes move eae
eas-h da. Wv e tuis T satede g o
ft. iee.dTer of the eeoymta and
pamss ase. m rtan. For wsal byd
Sme dily by Ouo Meue, at h
ryy market grm1s
esm ean verT ablets when
sequlmod They are so emy take and
mild sad getate n eftet. For sael by
Asti-Menopel. 0rw rmo. a
Crystal River sad Oader Key oyteus
rived daily by Otto Mente, at the
eity marLet l0-13
Malarial poison, chills and fever are
p-itively cured by using Robert's
Chll Tonic. Seta, your money beck
if it ftils. Wan. Anderson.
Myber's eadies.-W. M. Martin,
news dealer, basjLs: received bis Ant
shipment of Huyler's fine candid. If
you want the beet call on him. 1122
You are cordially invited to call and
examine our stock of new and desirae-
Me. rondaissiAts for holiday presented.
Our prices a right.
SOCAA MWsaic Co.
tSo Rafts **e te Seaar Air Lime.
O .ue.uba, tL. C.-Om aeonent of an-
amui *.e0tieoa s iothern Edesation-
al Asseiatioa, tieketo will be sold
D-ecaber =to 25, wmelslve, at oe
fre nued tranp, plu $o meaberdhip
ew, limtaied to JaL. 5 returning


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~C Osvsm 08f asuer
M.KaI it Martin died Maueday at
0.3 0.0i. alker s&a lam i r.i to(Sirer
01e90t~a.-. Wqa.,rl -rvln~s wteft col-
duetd by W len~tst 4 ~hdkerv anid
"m 1fteamsewere Iisenved Wedmegigy
8469 Io ". he Itere r~
(*- J-.@%&4b,- Liii..P. Pnnewr Ponter
IMinsiJapuear USmash,0. B. Humb anid
Ui 5. 111ML b. don edWam the amO
OfAl-M M.amdrsm. k. LMaritin. H,
MUS 10"Ig s s tt ailug habit..,
Saidmgmi Jut.Wfta teaceb I a
1160 Pubu echeab oof Ibshhmeaty. He
Wal "wed by alf who know him4 aad
dm& s ftns..d .-y e.7 W"mumoha.
"Wvi a Eosesmdhridaks getkutsftma
a" 16W SWNYerM a nemmtwr of the

Tr.wiN be a 4 3risatmsestfre and
eMW~Isa.ssi th, republic school oan
"em", 04ht, MW l thepeople feel
- moe us" ssaasta Caus will not
U~tmtNs taut thaL he will Igive
1111601achif bhe easleadsod.bis be
badbsffw mirnga bqp Supply of
= ibis to wb" au amheboyi gm~
Mr. H-UrY J. FAre, wbo hap. taiwei
Weminig a at Vw. OQgA" for som,.
smsstb*bas .rvturned to this place.
11NOW ofthe 1w1. do snot quite under-
Meand fbir matbuGed walle- shin Ow is
Ms'tmON: perhape uwy will uwfer-
satand laier.
DkeawR*new wbluwrs lnour C'4r
sbtht*o ii.. luciao fieur a( she girl cof
ohc b" gn OWftw, muWWadftuto bIn. asrvjimt
4110"ato. o.- hblidays, but we will nast
Us ;wv "e Not sSwlareve The gorl.. an..
m movterlye-fsr %*cq
We gu ial-, noess mmd a" b!
Wbmsgftl mwlam er teblsbg.


Wmas.,The Gusut redoof the mairelse
he -Mr. OINNP. TWIn-a hmliu
204~ of Goodwnsosnwth, thauby e
~~-Ykbbm dm pler. Ultub" Vwh
"a 49 am amtgn, hmby $te0der so the
fmnA at- ow ow. im ua hes,

weW owee hsr bbsuwmery fta
on- ddo of the C ohm o y. prmuspt to
wam onof 66 oe fta ddeft" rar sor
mowbeams of bar posob.mand W" in times
40 pm wm ademime use" tinsm.
TIv-Tbw a can of these resabothens be
am o ble mimeaa" gto the M& a ssner
htr pabtcgim. and a OW b e rePredis our
Uas& F. It. KAnam.
a nwa ... ~a tea


FW hb ke limbs, chill lains, bwmas
U tm braid shiW., enre thw04t, a
rs of every kind. .:,i'y Ballaru l '
"now Liniment. It will ive lint e-
diate relief and heal any wound.
Price 5 eento and 50 ents at Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. mI

6 m i man i-__ ............ 4asa f


Cold Store

For Meat.
We are now prepared
ceive meat and other
for .*d storage. Our pi
reasonale aml we 1u
titisfaction.


Easy u
owla -1


LA. 16E UaFI


w to re-
artleh a
prices are
marantee


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Scott & Johnson.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
Livery and Sale Stable. Well
Equipped for all Business. Spec-
ial Attention to Orders by Wire.
2-19,-2m

Ra' road Restaurant.
(.Kear S. A. L. Depot.)
W. 0. PARMER, Prepriter.
Vint claws meals at all hour. Rates
reasonable.


Sealt


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED.

NOTIC IS HRSYV GIVEN THAT CAMP
IN osWATa CO.. purchaser of Tax ertfi-
ca dane day.ofA A.aD. t
h 7am M ead ia7 dod tmy my ce wandW
made aPodam for to- ax deed to fsane isaccorn
dane wt law Said certificate emoace the
lemowingr decnend property situated 1 Wadme
uty, qoria. to.u Lot Dunneo.
ection towMakip 16,rangem 1 east. The
aid lanud be mifsd -.t the date of the
Romance of ch certifpcUate in th name of 0.
G. Pinch. Unlem said certificate hBall he re-
deemed according to law. tax deed will msue
there on the mth day of January. A. D. 1g9.
it-M (Seal) S. T. IS8TUNK
Clerk Circuit Lourt, Marion County, Floid.

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.


-s wL A-, .OTICE is her-.by given that under and by
Ma KI.G. K, A virtue of a certain inal decree in chancery.
Committee entered by the Hon. W. S. Bullock. judpe ol the
SI Circuit Court for the fifth judicial ..ircn of
t-MSi-aes us *sLs. Florida. aittiug in chnacerm or arion county,
Son the fourth day of December. o1901. in a certain
*W S ath hte I beteard my foot cause then depending in said court wherein
fi" Eds,. Thomas A Hamnonc. as trustee, is comnplain-
evinlote, Vs., W. antd the C'tscent Oranger Company. an Ohio
Va.. "surbcaoWDrm eH Igg ga tr 10 Y~S ot B eflen's special master in chancery, appointed in and by
A iag ~W haellgl) CMured me after said final decree to execute the same, will on
l-eklse flald." Infialible for M wd4r. *e 6h dar .o .an- ery, A. D., 1962
bM9,mok, eouB, am,, briwes and betweenithe hours of a a. mn. and 2 p. m.. ofer
SDrULba A 'o .exposen male, in front of the court house
MA" by AU-MOOpoly dDru or ttier city of Ocala. Marion county. Florida.
6 'at publicouncry. and will then and there sell to
S---- the hi and best bedder for cash. under the
do s porouMou g maid decree the falowln, ladsa
seatedto in Marion county. Fonda, to-wit:
S|mmiady atb 11esm N ,Ay- R ; Ptt-That certat parcel situated as atore-
asd% tfdr. J hn I A. nM.I *Maid. known on the maps of the Ualied States
gtd *, eSbsres am^ tract of laud t n-boued as follows:
ae a4 Sta boem. se e toM alte _ot "a t r on of. atewest e. ,
sob ofr Ods. hlmad bese II for t: =ameemfcbo ms. township isoarth. rante
I* jg e and her denth w -moa -. W eat wefc the water U.e "of Orsage lake.
thee oak to the titersection of mid une with
7V6- L M. the nomrta ouandar line of the George I. P.
*messa* md theoremaid wer-. a is .* links to a post or stake; thence
and w (S m k td. *46 minutes and i s econ s
101i6 i to INM1 11 a teNWW L -r Seafr.)to i, t atie of Orange take. mid tract
yaesi -b sewHe *h* to colnst oad include lots numbered 3 and
9 w mm, V Mr. Soury .a ,ad suchn portioa of lots numBered and
as -- ea, Mr. -- ry -i--e action ow hoMip is, range aa may .e
4 h0 s the epw patby Of the Oam i oing sad situa7-te wed of the above described
Nu mer to heMS b v-memi S. Ib hr li.ne: costaing.ug acreo emo.eor l*e.
S ato b r smatberoweof our seamed-Ann t other parcel situated asatore-
i r*-- _--_-- o 4rs. q btet r tenng at a point to feet eat of the
pow-wo" @. i. mnorthlwest coreer of lot number 6 of the George
SL- F. Clark great. In towwnhip Irs range si. run-
I __ N..r, Hrert', y it thence south to chains, thence east
bmqeftieg W*lip" te e m, a I, ece north. .. chains. these- wes
h bfdclains. ceta ii Ave acres of load. m=-remr
emean, sedesn beie me d sba s., a low
b -- tHe p Her Uw t a Snead, hbalthy b Third-All that other parcel. situated as afore-
emi ta he- by bla g6 strmanse w WiKd. described as lots a nd 3 of section 9. tw
.les. ....la Le |Va. r z2. contaiing one hundred and four and
I sDWlilburn. -t a t.b 6-mocwes saving and reserving therefrom four
.ul gfolGP~ of *apaty wheICh arlit" aresmsom and coenveyed to Henrietta Crcw by
G f et AtAn'-Mn-p-y Drw- n m ments. mackinmerr. app0iaces and Sutures, and
anll water pipes etc. i and apom td premise.
nawv y mold? A dWame" f dIlrit w oray part therof: or so much thereof a. may
se----- ,- d-i will bes, eet, vtont the mid'ldcree a'w nco'tq.
S ARLO" L. ISTkrXK.
St 6 awl s C A t. I Special Master in Cha'nerr.
AI IIMsm-die D g tD rwW i DEWi.KUL N. ALLRKD. Complainant's Solicitor.


GM~dl~d- 1141 iKEALTIK,


1AS5 B with nme pe.aic um*e
ma ,,,mc *u seem, teo cmb s o-.
m ash di er. heart trI
w blues dlsmorder a d a
aed l sft band ih cm be d.-
merhed amly by saying y# eIl -alu
linked ot- ud. gd for ohlag."
m thamt yoar keys are ebwr-
anmd eed relief.
Kilmey deraugemet is almost l
m" at t&e bottom iofgeneral ill health.
yew deeo I haew this. but he uua
Mm tYe vMa of symptohme atte sad
g at the botm of these tosand
uns hdmm all at Gam.

S- 9. fsfBaA7 waMM s mS ALVEiwsteL
^L a -, bisim m e AMWER SALVB Is best.


For tale by Anti-Monopoly Dnrg Store


FWW w w


4w LMr 7-1 LD


cml. Pure Rye Whiskey
ir rm a V5s -omasl-eo indicate coast., whret wu
itr if it Is BO 1.8
i* -i h'fa l refund This wb ulk ey sgi
@M7 mfSadt2akt. We aroe at and can i


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TlAS
DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF C HAP
- TER 488 LAWS OF FLODIDA.


Gadses's Shawing Haliday Seeds

...............,-*-*-*sees a se mm o**


OUR MOTTO:
"Underbuy and Undersell"
Not only applies to Holiday and Christmas goods. but you
should talk with us about Staple Goods.



Make Your Headquarters With Us.
a You Are Welcome.


The entire length of Gadson's Store will be taken in the
nineteenth annual exhibition of his Holiday Goods. A
agnificent 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
as well.

Diversion for Youngsters.
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.

0Toilet Articles.
Handsome articles that are useful, unique in design. late in
fashion, and cheap in price. See us before purchasing
elsewhere.

CROCKERY
The necessities of life can only be relished when served in
attractive earthenware. All of your wants and needs in
this line can he supplied in pur Crockery Department.



Clocks. Watches.

WAKB UP! Why over- There is no need to
sleep yourself after propT- guess. Right to the sec-
erly setting one of our *" ond are our celebrated
Alarm Clocks? watches.


JEWELRY.
Nothing nicer for presents than Handsome Jewelry.
are headquarters for designs and values that have
counterpart.

MILLINERY.


We carry the latest creations from fashion's centers.
season's new shapes are exhibited in our display.


We
no


The


Leather Goods.
"A stitch in time saves nine." One of our handsome Grips
or Bags will save you the worry and time of borrowing
one. Our prices are nailers."


UNDERWEAR.
You build well in dress with our Underwear as the base.
It is as durable in wear as it is pleasing and comfortable in
fit.

Hats and Caps.
A crown for all; not royalty's kind, but the comfortable,
easy variety. We sell only the kind that are made well
and wear well.

FIREWORKS.
Special prices to small dealers. Also Christmas Trees. (Call
on us before purchasing elsewhere.


.* a--- a- a a --t-a 2


* -*-a a a a a a -.a .


Christmas Tree Candles Furnished Free
to Sunday Schools and Public Schools.

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G31L ~. let the NoTaew wl Ltmcsry


Arthur Gray add Miss Clara Gray.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 9. V.
SIMMONS purchase r of Tax Cer
te No a89. d'ted the 7th. day of Auf. A.
899. has filed mid certificatein my nce, and*ih
made appcaton for tax deed to iue ia m
dadce law. Said certifcate embraces t
b Zuowiadcrabed property itnated in Maim.
county Florft. to wit: West half ad northwt
rter ectio 8 township 1 range 2. to *em.
he sai lamndb b assessed at the date of m-
mace of such certificate in the same of M. ft.
Lewis. Celms said .sticate shan be redeem-
ed according to law, tax deed will issue t'erema
as the slat day of Decembe, A. D I.
Witness eyalmal slatwre and sMtalh"the
zqth day of *ber. A. D. i so.
S. T. SISTRUNE.
i t-a [Seal] Ckerk Circuits cs


NOTICE IS HEKEIY Givisi.lHAT UNDO
and by virtaeof a AnI decree- tsdae-A a *
WmL.Shfluflock, jdge of the Ciari Court is
and for the PFith Circuit of the e tof
Florida, Mare n county, is chancery stl ,
wherein aroaret3. Spencerad Udwinflfn
cer. be h uhband. was co-"pl-"ti s and Jam
test. Jame eat. ad Mary a
The -eA ged amesd and ied is
amid decre e to exhca e. wwas
Monday he 6h day ofJaewery, A A. s.
during the legal hours of rle, aI fiMt of te
south door ofathe courthouse ocala. Mari
county. Florida,offer for ale and will sell to at
highest bidder for cash the &roa wo
in said decree mestkwed descri8ed. -
follows, to wit: The eat half of lot two ( 1ia
block thirty-eigt (38) ia the old rvy the
city of Ochla. Marion county. lorids, or a
much thereof s may be Mscint to ralse the
amount of amid decree and cots.
T. EXMGMS
S ial Master in Chamry.
EDWIN SPENC s in Ch
Solicitor for Complaaimat. rs-
SEALED MID.

WO SlCF isO J9KE; BYG9"x TRAT
ocbMiZds wilmlsbe op EatM TnA U
D. ....m an e .: 9.m uas- ior .
for the year A. eM, o pe
and care of prisamrs OIne NeraI
a--- o. :1. 4 I-- aa n ri.
Snamey: -e *r M fal qs ase9h S
dstrst.o Eaw*arW 1-sdl, a-i hr -.r


feo MeSn. and Ah r 4 ee"
am load o.er.eer; road dtItct NII 4. tw4 .U

road overseers ow Me h" 0
oae forCMtra. pwr and A=t!hsiy. au4iw ,r
Oran" uipr n W e, Vrt N -*t ;wO Is K -eki s.
trict. Oernteers a ure reirej to trotjdt- hFros
and wageos. Thst board remng the rit uw
reject any and .11 t bs.
s. T .Tr1r13Nr..
1 6 Clerk Roard of('anty Co.umlsim

NOTICE.
I S. District Court. ,usatneru is r;ct of Plta-
ida.--.
In Re]. 1. Gerig and 'Garret &t t;eriV., Bah
rust -in the Matter of etitfkm tor Pial
Discharge.
N T1TIS isTf DAY OP NOVtf-3a&k.A. .
19gu1. ne reading the treg Antn ietiio. irt
ord.-red hb tho- co-irt that a he-ring b had up*
on the amne on the
23rd dati *f December, A. D. qeot.
before said court. at Jackasovi'e, ian maid die-
triw,. at 1o o'clock t1 the fores.in- ist '*u d
n atice thereof be publuwed ia the oraL Beara ,
a newspaper printed in sid district. and tha
all kuawu creditors and oth.r per-r.,' i< inter.
est may appear at the salI time a*.I place 'a4
snow cause, if sny they have. why the pra.ar
of tie said petitioner should n m be grAite.
And it hi further ordered by mne court, th
the clerk hall send by mail tga all known erads-
os notice of said petition sad this order a-
dressed to them .at their plsers of reaidrWce a
stated.
Witness the Honorable James Locke, JW
of aid court. and the seal thereof at Jal
vifle. in said district. usn the isyh day wso
ber A. D ion. JANMS W. LO 'KX,
A true co". Judo.
Attest: E. 0. LocKI.
lerk. se

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAM
DEE DS

NOTICE IS HEUJrY GIVING THAT C. 1.
N .43. of Oc:ea rmr 3 Pr at ela M
dated the 7th. Augt. 2D. lMay" hm si AM
certificates in my acae li hae muir
said certifiate emba. .ethe sBinwluag j


3'. mest3.50 chaeM, nrth 4. m.', wea a4.1
duals to polit of beginaag; mim a
., awn p t7, mi tse

oorner of lot 7. th n*, i. east
, 'haoS, mooth eat sela 0 o,-
3chalni, north =0. w', we 4.uS i to
pat of bepafn n eMIu 11, mswne-m .

ceuleate salhe dre ta| ai-Msued ri,
tax deed win ise the- oe the 4lh er
january, A. D. :,.s
24 Clerk CrutCTg.
NOTICE


Of AppleSatioA orTa z Dd Und er SOme
ChabSer 4, AeOfEstr ian
NOT1CB is HERBMGIVJnVTHAT RiAJMW
N TanRXISprc.ar.tr or rax Ceit miae.
dated the .6.h day f Nember, A. P. agA.
Ted aid certnlsat in my .e. and hue
awlcatton for tax deed s*o I- e in aeomauu
wth taw Said certicate emornc te the
ing described property sitofted in Maris W
ty, Florida. to wit: oRWth b1af t M ISSm
quarter of northwest quarter, acims 0a, 6 B-
snip 13. rane 2.
The aid land beine ** datte da ow
issnance of such certfte i the name at ay
A. Harris Unles saM cMrt fcate. ha
redeemed accordinsColaw, tax deed iwa
tbereosos the seth. day of Jamunarv. A D.
Witness my oedlie lonmswre and ma
the 1th day af Deceiber A. D.
3-o (fald) T SL TT1
Clrk CMict Court of MalCo4,H
NOTICE.
Ia the CiKcnt Cowrt theinM ed nem esouf
era )stnhct of the Sate of Ubrd-ft
usan W. Kldred, as Executrix and AdaInum
trim of Marie ldred, deemes.--1Pmud
The Cumichaed ft Sos Co my. a arpaMl-
erganiaed and xis under and bv I
ofthe laws of lonrda., Sidney Whaye. w.
S. Powell. G. A. Canrmehaee. and W
lmmbus CharmnniatL-Defeadlnta.
r' POW THE MOTION OP 0. T. OGIaI
L Conusel for Sawan W Uldred. a Adamisw-
trmtrix snd Executrix of Marie Elred dea*s-
rd, and it appearing to the court that the d&-
fendaut, W .. Powell. doing bmsiess saer
the style of W S Powell & Comspanyis *it as
inhabitant of nor are found within this distsiat,
nor has he voluntarily entered his app*rnrteo
herein, and that personal service npoa s the
defendant, the said W. S. Powel., is ot pra-
-able, it is hereby ordered that the said deu-
dant. W. S. Powell, doing business nder the
SIvi of W. S. Powell & ComnanT. asmar. nauk.


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Vegetables


SEvergreen Swee: C-rn
Succotash
--^ Small Lima Beans
SStringlttss Beans
SEarly June Sweqt Peas
'Asparagus Tips
Marrow Squash
S(I1den Pdrampkin
Asparagus


SThe above brand rep


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the time when all are beginning to plan


IS.


Now let us have a few words with


g Groceries, for.it is on this article that

you and in so doing help ourselves.


Now when you want to buy Furnitire you go to a furniture
store, and so along the line. _
=Xow when you get ready to buy your GROCERIS come to
a GROCERY STORE. where you can get the assortment and the
quality., and each article is priced according to the quality. Such
a store we keep, and ask you to call, look around and examine our
stock, hear our prices, and see if we didn't do just as we say, and
our goods are as represented.
m -


I OUR PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU


AROUND.


DON'T LET ANYBODY FOOL YOU
^a [ [


If you want goods of reliability
and true worth, then try .. .. ..


SRoyal Scarlet Brand of C ned Goods
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD. NOBODY DISPUTES IT.


J oo'PC at our


a nViA'ETXA STVLLS :*. d -v&GLASS


~~re~~n> 'ai tate~.


ASPARAGUS
AND
TENDER TIPS
Just to taste them is to use forever.
You will find it out if you try
them.


FrUitB


White Cherries
Bartlett Pears


Egg Plums


Lemon Cling Peaches
Peeled Apricots
Sliced Pineapples


Fine Table Aricots


the best that can be placed in a can. A trial is proof suficient


b- We want

- for every dol

- secondary cc

l for we don't

good or too
We buy from first hands, in lai
tfor cash. thereby getting the lowe
with the quality.. We are in position

- .Let Us Hi
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your trade and we guarantee full value


lar you spend here.


Groceries are not a


)nsideration here, but Our First and At,

believe there is anything made that istoo

fine for our trade.


rge quantiti-. and principally
st price to be had consistent
m to give you these advantages.


4t


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