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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily 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 26, 1902
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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: VID00672
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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Ohm Oktas, of AnUmtoy, is
ahteab Uof Mr. D. A. Mi-

j-lburk'ru, JFellowship, is
dber slater, Mrs. Thomas

gpe ltno delivery department
J-P uly emoe delivery Christ-

wedy, o fGaiesville, is in be
egmlgtu1m s av. Mr. GordonS

may r T.y weat to Palmetto
s.... altema to pe d the holi-

k Dem strunk, of DadeO City, was
Mfr t Oeala yeasestay and made
bmee af pasesuet call.
.SwJ edsei of Lake Weir, is
ivTtaom to Ocasi. He is
of Mr. J. R. Moorxad.
GOe. o. Matheos amd little
aveg@me to J *csoKnville to con-
gpelaMsta aboUt; the little one's

m&2Ma Oray, of St. Petersburg,
in OVala in a day or two
th holidays with friends

.ad ML*. aget, ot L^keland,t
SI .stme-- in Ooa a, the
It lMtr a.., Mr. C. K. tage and

. D. L. Whipple and Arthur
m of IStth Lkde Welr w-
..Galg Monday and wlavr -
P al the Mmte".ma.
g~dr )m C. V. Veal, Miss Hat
Jo aned Mr. F W. Simpson, of
F ftw, were assoug the Mon-
vte N Moaday.

L att Pemy, of Dmsiellon,
ft vsitIngbher parents, Mr.
A.s Tavenood, and will
so aftor bstm
~. Menssrr of the United
*W, e*atisoaed t Egmont
tb I e t visiting his ster,
C. Man for a few days.

Is tap. and Mary Me.
Lfr jmsammville, will arrive In
iht ay afero* to be the
d m U.imme. Awdermon for

Oay friend of Mr.
ml"m0. vIn greatly regret to
*d* tk is htb infant child,
lt the home of Mr.
&. jm at High Springs

nmed now to see
Sthe n ge e near

SdoFbr~h Alt lall of


I Mrs. 0. M. Eaton and baby are,
visiting at Crystal River.
Mr. Neil Weathlier arrived this
morning from New York to spend
the Christmas holidays with his
Violet Scented Borated Talcum
Powder to relieve shaping an prick-
ly heat and etc. 10-! and 3 for 25c.
Tydings & Co. +
Mr. F. G. Sampson, of Boardman,
one of the biggest orange and lemon
growers in the state, is visiting in I
Ocala and is registered at the Monte-
The "Building of a City of Ocala"
will be the motto of every Oealian
next year. Florida ought to have one
intinior city and to that end we shall
all makes strong pull, a long pull and
a pull all together in 19113.
Baxter Carn will open a first class !
seed store in Ocala January 1st. Re-
member we will be in o-ition to fur-
nish seeds for spring planting.1024-2m
Mr Clittffd Andernon. Miates Mary
and IRee-t.a AndersoM and their
guests enjoyed a very delightful trip
to Caudler yesterday to show the
young ladies tife tewritg orange groves
in that section. They were very much
charmed with the groves and with
the surrounding scenery.
Capt. J. I,. Carney, a pioneer settler
on Lake Weir and one of the nomt
lovable men in the (chiunty was a re-
cent visitor tothke city. His fri.-d.s
will r-joice to know that his former
magniifiLnt orange ve'o i again
in beating and that he is in a position
frt* the.. win b f hi. 1i f. it ,a


After Fear oeaths' Hardship Resehes
Memo sad Makes i MNe other
Robert Murrell, aged thirteen, who
for some years past has been with his
father in California, and who was
attending school at Pomona,
ran away from there on the 20th of
last August, attempting to make his
way to this city, where his mother
His first stopping place, as far as we
can ascertain, was at Flagstaff, Ari-
zona, where be worked in a box fac-
tory for some time.
Little Bob was next heard from at
Albequerque, New Mexico. The chief
of polif at that place wrote to Mrs.
Murrell stating that the boy was there,
had some money, was afraid that he
would fall in had company, so he had
taken him in charge'and placed him
in a children's home near there.
His mother telegraphed the agent
at that place a ticket for Bob to
Ok-ala and after due course of time
anxiously awaited hjs arrival but was
greatly disappointedd at his not coin-
ing at th'* time be was expected. She
never received any satisfaction from
the agent but'the money was return-
ed to her.
The next heard from the wanderer
he had reached Little Rock, Ark.,
and later on tidings were received
from him from Memphis, Birming-
ham, and Montgomery. No word
was heard from him until he reached
V.aldowta. He reached that lacee at
the time of the Georgia State Fair
and wrote his mother that he would
go from there to Lake City, but all
tidings of him were lost after that
That was some time early in No-
veu.ber and no more was heard from
him until bereached home Sunday in
comrpatny with ta mnit who has the
appearance of a bobo and who calls
himself Dr. 0. L. C.theairt.
It see-us that ihi- Dr. C( took
up the itea thb;t a large reward was
otf-red for the recovery of the boy and
he has been boling him for that
The supposition is that he thought
the longer le kept BRb, the bigger
would be the reward and he has kept
him tramping all through Georgi'a
ever since the fair.
Rolbwrt has been sick and has the
appearance of having had a very
rough time of it. He says the exper-
ience lie has had since leaving Cali-
fornia would fill a volume.

S# p t rl "I.-l Shopping In Ocala.
and plenty. Amoug those shopping in Ocala we
Terkeeween Oil Linim.ent, the noted the following:
best liniment will not blister by rub- Prof. and Mrs. W. W. Smith, Mr.
bing. Try it for all pains and achs, and Mrs. A. P. Baskin, E. C. Sims
and for red bugs and mosqueito bites. and J. I. Wilder, of Anthony; Mr.
Tydings & Co. : and Mrs. W. H. Dehou, of Fellow-
Mr. O0. Massey has lea!ed his ship; Prof. and Mrs. P.lWilaon Green,
home on South Third and Wautula and S. G. Thomas, of Belleview;
streets to Mr. M. E. Robinson, who Hon. aud Mrs. M. L. Payne and Miss
will now make 0 home. Mr Robitnon and family Mrs. H. W. IoAg, C. I. Grace and J.
will move into the same the first of H. Bates, of Martel: Mr. and Mr'. J.
January and *.r. Massey will move W. Persons and Thomas Barnes,
into his residence known n as the Sbady; A. S. J. Wallace, of Calvary;
Frank Lyou's place, on Exposition Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hendrick, Col.
street. Nic Barco and Mrs. atd Miss Lowry,
Coming. of Crystal River; Ir.W.IL 0. Veal, of
Tuesday, Dec. 30), is the date set for Cotton Plant; Bradford Wetbt and
the swell minstrel event of the season Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McLeod, of Ken-
by Ocala's chest talent, under the drick: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillaus, of
direction of Mr. T..Fales, who ia hard Electra; Mr. and M.r. R D. Fergu-
at work getting everyt"-g in shape. con, of Old Town; Siws Dillard, of
The scenery, etc., i 4 ant and one Summerfield; G. M. Himes. of Sparr;
of the prettiest Jit rtsever seen C. W. Turner, Pine; Mr. and Mrs. J.
will be give" C. French, Spring Park; J. C. Math-
^.1't Sea-- -. ewe, Grahai1ville; Pat Randall, Con-
Several thousand dollars invested nor; Dr. S. H. and B. R. Bitch,
(lad lost) in lands in Marion county Blitchton, E. N. DeLong, Ca ndler.
without having first obtained an n n., m*.-, e...-

sap st St.doa Seoll Eateruiaslet.
On Monday night the children
and oider members of the Baptist
Sunday school gathered at the armory
for a big frolic.
All sorts of interesting games were
played and a number of songs were
Pinning on the donkey's tail was
alio one of the features of the evening
that was very m uch enjoyed by the
The object of the frolic was the
bringing of Cr ristmas presents by
the various classes to be distributed
among the poor of the city."
The children are all deeply inter-
ested in the giving of these presents
and are very happy in the idea of
spreading the Christmas joy among
the deserving poor of our city.
The infant class, which is taught by
Miss Nellie Stevens, all brought toys
which were carried up to the stage
ily Master Roy Carn, who wa d resmed
t.8 Santa Clau-, and who acted his
part most admirably.
Clama No. 2, taught by Mrs. George
Chlose gave oranges; clams No. 3, Mrs
A. L. Izlar, teacher, give nuts;
class No. 4, Miss Fannie Clark,
teacher, gave raisins; claws No. 5,
Mr. Isaac Htevens, teacher, gave
4weet potatoes, class No. 6, Prof. Varn,

Get the Most
Out of Your Food
You don't and can't if your stomach
is weak. A weak stomach does not di-
gest all that is ordinarily taken into it.
It gets tired easily, and what it fails to
digest is wasted.
Among the signs of a weak stomach
ane uneasiness after eating, tits of ner-
vous headache, and disagreeable belch-
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at
different times for stomach troubles, and a
run down condition of the system, and have
been greatly benefited by its use. I would
not be without it in my family. I am trou-
bled especially in summer with weak stom-
ach and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla
invaluable." E. B. HICKMAx, W.Chester, Pa.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
and Pills
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
the whole digestive system.


you will have to open
a bank account-that
is, if you are doing as
well financially as the
times offer you oppor-
tunity. We want new
business, and propose
to be worth as much
to you as you are to us
A checking account is
a great convenience;
No trouble to keep,
and gives you a re-
ceipt for all moneys

Ocala, Fla.

t'-a'iher, gave a barrel ,f flour; class
No. 7, Mrs. J. C. Porter, teacher, gave
a box of canned goods; clas-s No. 14,
MINs% Florrie Crook, teacher, gave
oranges: elass No. 9, Dr. E. Van
Ho, d, teaeber, gave twenty four
clhi-kens; elhse No. iI), Mrs. J. H.
Livingston, t< archer, gave apples and
class No. 11, Mrs. J. G. purlin, teach-.
er gave candy
At the close of the evening's fun the
heart of each child wa- made very
happy by a visit from SAnta Claus
who presented .acvh one with a bag
of candy and an orange.


SOLtthe highest grades can be
-- found at


Pipes, S okig u d Qwlag
Tobaccs, eqd Sinoers' Goods
of Every

I am agent for the celebrated
Ruy Lopez Ca. Clear Havana
Cigars, and distributor for vari-
ous brands of high grade do-
mestic cigars at wholesale and
retail. -



Beginning Saturday. December 6th I
will give away a handsome Meerechaum
pipe weekly. Fur particulars make a 5-cent

El Tropico Cigar Factory.
Ocala, Fla.




I In which a picture is pu~ will either
enhance its value or 01ail it. We
have a large asMortment of picture
frames and MOULDIN; S, and It is
/ an easy matter to find something el-
actly suited to any anti every styleof
picture. We have special facilities or
- making frames to order and cones-
Slquently our prices are moderate.

NALA FUrruK swaN.


OF 1902,

Now is the time to be getting your New Year's

Resolutions into shape. To this end we would
throw out a few suggestions that you will do well
to incorporate in these resolutions. Put them at
the head of your list, and you will be surprised at
the end of the year to find how many dollars you
have saved by following them:
Resolved, That I will 'during the year 1903
buy my shoes at the Boston Store, where they have
the best shoes for the price, sold south of Atlanta.
Resolved, That I will during the year 1903
purchase my wife's ready-to-wear garments at the
Boston Store, where they have the largest stock in
Ocala to select from-and at reasonable prices.
Resolved, That I will tell my friends that the
place to buy clothing and gents' furnishings is at .


Ooera House Block Ocala, Florida.

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m-Te W E m ISTfiAu R*U.'

The Chritiam religion began its
growth and its triumph at Pentecost.
The record claims three thousand
avert the first day; then five thou-
mmd; then many priests; then it
lread through 8yria, crowed the
Hellepont and entered Europe.
At the eiee of the first century five
huadred thousand; at the close of the
third century, ten millions; at the
ckleoof the tenth, fifty millions; at
the clow of the fifteenth century, one
hundred millions; at the close of the
elghteelh, two hundred millions: at
the ckawe of the nineteenth, five hun-
dred million, at the close of the
twentieth, perhaps half the world.

*re About That Zero Orange.

G(,overinment lay commission is an
expen-ive luxury, but no doubt in
* keeping with republican "prosperity."
Senator Mortan says the present
mei hers of the isthmian canal comu-
mi?-ion have received $25.'..i each for
a scrvi.e of twenty nine and a half
month, only eight weeks of which
wa s Spent otn the i-.thnius investiga-
ting the canal routes. The venerable
Alata:ina senator. who is shocked at
.su. extravagance. is one of the old
schooll of statesmen, who du' not real-
ize tliat public' office is a private sine-
cure.-Pensaeola Journal.

Christ is never inappropriate.



Is SeMree of Pleasure to Everybody. If you are hard to
please, go there; her style will please you and convince you that
you are not hard to please, only have not found twfore the style.
and quality you desired. You will ind the tiune.t- style and as-
e rtnment in the city, and most complete. Her noveltie. and
Paris patterns will readily explain why this is the moot fashion-
able place to buy your winter headwear. Mrs. Tompkitis' ettorts
haveauceeded in establishiug a bIusitaes wt-(.e foundation is
founded upon a rock. Her principle 4-f trade is one that will
yield a benefit to everyone. You Wint to kuow you are ell
dremed; quality and style .Tive that ..atisfaetion. 'Yu cam buy 0
Your millinery from Mrs. Tomlpkins and know you are in line .
with the te t. A perfect sati.faection and a delight to cnterit.
plate. You will get your mione' s worth, and tlie style
thrown in.
COT net South Maiinoita street and Ft Av cnue. Opp -.ttT I id ,n 1 '. -





4 hifluimmi-'. %iqit EItoutarqI4111m.

IN C04-9 OU.S1hlmag ilk Me 'Imervaiguare I,~'Imi ~5~iGB i
it. t*.itr uao aa colE anmd 104.caeusia'c m-e.

Old Bazar ilding.

Corner Ft. King and Magnolia St.


enduringxestremn* cold has been pro-
This tree, however, di8 not pro
due? a fruit of he r-w-er,'edible var
iety. The fruit is saltno rese dl* in
flavor the gapapefrjit, and can oe t i
for niarnualadt-. It will not take the
place of th- sweet oratlge, except for
those who prefer an acid fruit. The
department, it is said, h'st trinl tlhe
tree as far north as South Cirolinia,
with promising results. The niew
fruit bears seeds, which i said to ie a
good sign.
There is Ano danger that this fruit
will ever corine into dangerou- compe-
tition uirh the Florida orange and
those who are engaged in the busi-
iie", imtay pursue the even tenor of
their way undi-turbed.-Miami cor-
responde.nt New fork Packer.

Mr. Reardon's Articles Provokirg
Discussion and May Bear Fruit.
A recent critic is besought to )it--
lieve that no sugg.esritoain of "buying
immigrants" lurked biehiml thie pro-
position to use a portion of tlhe funds
available in the state treasury for imn-
migration. hut the merchant is not
sati.ftied with havingg the best goodl"
lie must the peorilt that he lias
them or the ottering will bring noi
sale-.. So it i- with the state--he hla-
olt'red cheaplaauds of the best ollitI
foir generation-,. aind is -till sparselv
settled, while desirable irunmigran-s
hliv-' f llowodt advertisetnit.-i- anid
gitie further to fare worse. \Ve wait
tile '-oplie-the w:ivay to get thellm ikI to)
makt ouir advantages known ; how
can eff,)rts. i ti-n alir.-ctio be calledd
"buying iimnigrant-?" -Times 'Un-
i'n and C'itiz n. $
H. T. Mcltyre, St. Panl, Minn, who
has been troubled with a diwsrdered
stomtnach says, "( 'haiu bt-rlaine's Stain-
ach ani Liver Tablets do me amr-
more irood than anything I have ever
taken." Forsale by the Anti-Mon-
opoly Drug Store. m
Mr."Flagler's Latest Gift.
TIhe ri ue--l iio aint ('ictiz'zn says
the tir-K iok and thie Ir.L tfi'c for the
archves of tlht Florida Historicnal
Society was presented: Friday by Mr
H M. F1';le-r. It is a rare book aof
IrIc-ti iniAlt valuc--one of tlie originilal
edition o(' (rArcillassa de la %' t g's La
Fl,orida del Yuci', being one of the
earli-tt ItooksA relating to Floridi,
publi-ledl in 16i5 at Liasion. The
b(tok is ii the Stpanishi tongue, large,
c-lear print, frorn the original plitt, .
but it ia., btet-en el-gain'ly and beauti-
fully rebound in the -style of tile
binder's art. It give a complete hi,.-
tory of DeS.oto's voages and discov-
The secretary of the Historical So-
ciety is now ready to receive manu-
scrilLs and books for tiling in the
archives of the society, and lihas
provided an iron safe in which to,
keep them until a place for pernianient
archives can hie tound.- (ainesville
S u n..

Ocala Rifles Minstrels.
Julnili,- frtinll te way thea rt-hears-
al-ae ror,, i,.g nig itly' lie ih t"e-
are isliid ito give oile of the 1o-ut, iiii-
strel, eve-r give in t) ala. Thle en-
tcrtainlmiint i, uin-ler thli.e lie-tion of
Mr. h'ii:i. T. F'ai -, -f New Yoirk 'city.
Svt lV lii'c iik it ir iisll '-i w ill Iti
tii[- io-;l,*la e. Tire sinminiia iv 4,.ala'& -
I',t.L tl -l t wi!l l e ai l ,-i.,-ialiy i a-

alnSi al ;ta ),i ea--'la-g i' -a-elcry \Mil I,--

li -e l Atl li n iii-trei will -uritly ie at
i t-ii evtl ,it -tt.-tt ,i.
For Sa!e.

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* Ocala High School Laboratory.
1 -I ft it i~~a s a siv*iirnlnl t of tile
S'cail high tl- srhit lmaosratory iutd :
iBy ia or reep- of eiintertaini-
l aiivertis-it of eintertainu-

A Very Fine Newspaper.
One of the almost ,reditable newspa-
pers that we hav,- -ee On our ex-
change tale ill vaniay a day is tbe
Christmas edi-i i,. of the Courier-In-
formanit. if,.s'.
Mr. I). B s~w\at, the editor, and
Mr. S. A. M1.-l;ri'ie, the business man-
ager, have every reths'oi to lie proud
of their u*up-..rt pulbli.-atuli It coI.-
tainu thirty two pages and ellt-s of the
comforta-,le and luxurious living of
thlie people of P.,!k county. It tells of
tile ilmesii., of the groves, of the
school, facilities of ;tiat growing se'-
tion of Florida. It prints among
other-, a picture of Jac'ob Surninerlin,
the founder if isu a-erlin Iiln'itute,
and the pi'tulres of the In- itute and
other achools of thile own.
Wejudlge from thi- edition of the
('ourier-Inforuanit ?hat Polk county
is in a prosperous atid tlouril.-iLii

(tlobi -Dem-, rat, I),',.. 1, 1^11."
Ballard's Horehound Syrup would
have saved hiim. 2-")f, tii50, d al
at the Anti- Monoioly Drui Siore. in
He Kept His Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sir!iivan, of,
Hartfordl, ('.uti ,o -ratch-lial lsiisleg wi!h
a rusty wire. Inllriiiiiatisn an liola i
poisoning set in. Fswr twc % years lie
sutMired inter-4ely. Then tlie ilsest dils.-
tor-, urged amputation., "but" ie writes
"I used one bottle of Electric Hittters
and 1 1-2 i box-s of Buckletn 's Arniraa
Salve andl my leg wa. Sound andl well
as ever."' Ior eruiptioins, ec.zela,.
tetter, salt rheunm, sr-res and all blood
disorders Electric Bittero has uo rival
on earth. Try them. Aliti-Mon,.poly
Drug Store will gatrramitee satitsfa.tiin
or refund money. Only S ce-nits. 4
You Know What You Are fak in g
When you take Grove's Tasteless
('hill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, snow-.
ing tliat it is Uimply Iron ai, Qui-
nine in a tast-less f run Nocur-, r;o
pay. ; !54


A New Year's Tea.
On New Year's afte-ruono frowi 3:30
to 5:30) o'clock, the li.-of the ad of the la
Library ams,,ciaiou will ive a "silver
tea" in the library room.-.
They extend a cordial invitation to
every one in the city to te present ou
this oe.-ision. It w ill i)no doubt proe
to lie iln xceptionitily pleasant et-i!.-r-
tainmuent aid a larig crowd li h-uld
greet. the ladi-s New Y-.ear's afternoon.
Ti"e lproeetds of the "t-. will go
toward puro.hasinig thie martiazines andi
new books for tlihe librry, which is
one of O'ala's oiioL popular andi
worthy institutions.
Remember tlie date and Ie sure to
he present. You will ie given a very
corlial recepltinu aund will he atlrtrded
an ollpaortunity of spendii ng a dlelight-
ful after JIa n.
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
'Harry Du *kwell, m;a- .3l 25' v yars
c-lhioke, l to detileit early yexterd ty
mioriing ai t hi- liairne, in the pre-ence i
,f his wite iand ,liihl. He c' nrira'e: l
a -liglilt '4,l4 a few ,layx ;tIo aid i al j id
but little attlanition lto it. Yyt.eriav
morning he was -eized with a fit of
coughinim whn'h c otiliwil for s orie
time. His wife sent for a hvi,.arn
hut before lie could arrive, anoi)therl
coughinr- r-pell carmie uonl ania! I)Dockwell
tdied froain t lutll'.atirin.-St. iL.oui

If you want to give a friend or relative
something that will be really -appreciated
as well as useful and lasting, consider the -
following suggestions:



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There are so many of these, dnd. such a
god assortment, that we cannot faillto
suit you if you will come to see us; you
will be surprised to know how little the
cost will be.

And you want a horse too, we have them,
all kinds.

S. A. Standley & Cc




q/* s/).(,( /, /, h'.l / i/ ,"'. .s .//, / (/lhfft/,- in your

,,/./rf. ,s, ,,,,,/ / I,,,, fo /hr" yo, dbe flly convinced.

I have at thl a,11 Alliance Store iii )c-ala the most complete and up-to-date line of

1 rlv Groo()(s a


which I offer to the people of ( cal, Marion and surrounding counties, at the
most reasonable tigure ever before offered to the public. I realize that the day is
here when you nmut have value fir your dollars. and I am prepared to give you
this value. Amri re.iving dail% a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries that will
supply a a any ll ndall-nirds. .My line of DRESS (;oODI)S, NATI )NS, SHOES,
IATS.l, <- )T1N(; f,,r men andl boy),s is complete and full. The prices shall be
madelo t- suit yo. WV,. ar here to sell goods and they shall be sold. See us.

Ince llo. we want to call your attention to our Coffee. ts urown
I .I.IT... a .. _= o r ofee. It's ourt own hlona a



in ease to mind and pocketbook will be reaped by the
person who obtains an abstract of title to lands in this
count- before investing his money therein.
DO NOT WAIT until you and your money are
parted before obtaining your abstract of title from us,
-"No use of locking the stable after the horse i
gone." We will also be pleased to look after your
taxes for you. *

Morion County Abstract Company


The department of agriculture has
for years been trying, to produced a
new orange that will withstand the
cold waves that have deva-',.- the
groves of Florida twice in the last
Hertert J. Weblb-r, of the depart-
ment. is now ready to announce that
he has developed an orange that vain
be grown -2bo miles further north than
the varieties hitherto commonly
grown in Florida. He has accoun-
pllimed this by crowding the Japaonese
trifoliate orange, an ornamental tree,
with' the common varieties succes-
elvely until a fine fruit capable of


Real Estate and Rents.

I Houses for Sale, Lease, Rent, Exchange.

Rents Collected : Lots for Sale.



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"Of the People, tor the People and by

the People."

DL- ZXVL NO. 24.



The Farmers' Institute Holds a Prof-
S i table eeting---Good Rads
the Cry.
Quite a numtwr of farmers attended


* mistzl~y PamS


the meeting of the Farmers' Institute
in the court house Saturday. severall
ladi*-t were in attendaune and seemed
to ie intero-tet in the jro'et-lingos.
After the secretary iead the min-
utes of tie last meeting Hon. II. W.
L oDn, pre-.ident of the itiititu'e, read
a circular letter whii.h ie lihas address-
ed to the people of Flo-iia, and es-
pecially to the several i trls oqf t-.aun-
ty commissioners. boardl- of trade,
good roads a-.ociitioiln alpa other
busineSs organizatio!n- of Florida, the
members of tie fiortiln-oiuing legi-la-
ture and our repre-entative" in

Mlr. Isaing wait-! to have en-a-ted I,.%
c mua.rt-.-; a law aIlljr-loIriatitIe an
5si('tntutitofi114ioneyfrom nthe lnitti~lmal
tmeti'urv equal to tht iac aniit t u-s-etie

........- ,and collected for r.,:td purIpose by the
^ ZWls. Iema3 EMito. various states andi territories and
.- placed ia tihe trreaurie- of the ditfer-
-- Flel4,i't entstatte, the ann' us the funds for
111 L 2IB. I the maititetanc.t' of tagri.ultural el-
"j" legs-s and exieriieiiett -ta:tions, and
*agee with our exchanges that
n.qee4ooig very lovely Florida the same to lIe p;id out to the .*otn-
ti"e inl proplortion to the amount lev-
S- ed by said counties for road purps-s.
*r.n Mrs. John Wynne. of Crys- in addition to this Mr. Long wat!ts
l'r, were doing their Christnmas the forth,.ominz legi,-latur' to appro,
ia Oeala iSaturday. private hilifof the war l.iirts
t, w A. ,, f ( Mo i ioiwev and a pt ,'r f ti: loiiteV y tie
r .H ll A. DIv., "f "i. [. rivet t rom tit-, sal.. of the int-rarnal
atut& & lom, Palatka, wast in 'Oala i,,proveneni land.- set apirt tor rad
a"y md paid u a plesaUt call. I pu,-,0I. and t,, ew g ivei to tile (otin-
L. -Laum. antd Mrs. Geo. A. ties iu pr'ip.rtion to Il'r -nount
of LAde, will l e tile guest levied a tdllt h,'. c ,d vy -ai 1l Io *.
-A. A. %Aeinaer during the holi- for that purl o-,.
S Mi. Ilonig'. ir-ular lett zir is written
% with great care and is a very s, r ,n:
3I. eaO of Le*vou. i1 tieeomiliitig doa'utient, and hi. id.a, art presented
dlML, It and welki-ue vi'Sttir to i ; ;very clear antid ctiotit tinnaler.
Mri. 1 \ iltw, of 1ti'lliiles'-w lins
-- .. allre-alyv i tirotiucd a Ibil in cotgre-.
O aIluer yn an upA ,, i,.,,,ertai,, ,,,,oney. for the
1il be in that builuu iagof ri, road.- In thi.e v rint
Sth ttai.- n uti oni t -iso p pil tioi a- it

On)o &wadfkwi came 1oluie l.- a,>otue h4SI 46i o; 1nuI'll'gs KS-td
fromt dhe E ait Florida emnil- atod *ihltfd 11v ttie severti -"At,- f I
L whr_ e ibe id ti' uamli z <'.f 4t I 'ti ir.
1-i thas i pareiit1. Mr. lbniz thinks, and wn e ai e wit
S--i ---ii n, that in plan I ias thl 'i'>!l t-, aln1
e Ma *Elmer. of "or,1l' fe.;.sti.i..
mt.e diug the winter itll nla Mr. "II, :'< letter hi.. >eet l%' '*
emade and aunt, .Nr. and the governors tof the tiilt-rtiit tat
L4 C.ha tmblie. ( t tilie president of the I titId t.a-.!.
S A. aoMas. of Jaksu i.le, Ilt o( -r *-ttarv ot a , an i.
Vqig to thala Saturday. He -'***'l ind repres .u (.,,i-
Weterwnatn Atlantic Count r
S- *Ir--. A. P 1 ^ kiii, iitroftt." we' a re-i-
br|l| l Dit i B alwvitiel. Mrlution stroigly itindorsing Mr. IAiiC-i
FtMeak M O als frtacud, for a few i.lature to aq .ilrite .r t
fl wi Wl t return home until bltiiidur iof ,oii't roads onl the plil
-(bt ouItlned IVy himi.
t ti;s resl iv i wal s unnii- i n'ou- y
ploy $outer Canue huoltie %.o%'1d.
aftertloou ou fro u La6ke City, .L. 1. 4 nlle-r, wh i vva I-okedl
atiedels ULe Florada Agri- for am adir, s-, was not pill -wnt and
CI eg,- st. will reuai til erzged the pre-sident I'to -ay l the
e hao oliadisy. im. etili z itt tie Was k pt airy tly
Spreq di : jju:1 n- es4j et>C nti t -, *ut
L Wall .4me in iSt turda. riuedth 1l1 at1.1l1- h.i it.. il i-
fi ( ^ "'.rip thnroug titA- uitr -a., l itr tc
Irt ie L a te 41 Mr Itd Ali e i s i b elbt- k ai l n l r-i 't t i t t i i -x t
isO. oais oWth h"e. famile su.tinw ofthe 1n1u-.. u ht,w .h will
e Ocah with hs family te on the third Saturday in Martch.
she Otari1mmsbhlaay14. tweI C. L onmom and little respIndel d to an invitation to addr-es-
ame in the city to the institute and acquit ted himself,
da with Mrr. Croum'n 'sa as he always does in an imtpromuptu
Je]te and Daisy Bell speech, in a felicitous and charmingK
Sligr. J. H. Bell. manner. He touched ou the Indian
Swear ltair, Kiving sotue very imupor-
SVtataTit facts connected therewith
be- .btailCd a divorce and emphasized the great importance
6=6064, Henry Vrumui, of goaokt roads and the great twn.-ti t
i=nsdem M iMme, I'i-** that result therefron* to the farmers
toey, rfltoree to hler. of the eouttrlv.
i agalday r iaftreOi kick', s.lwech Hon. W. J. Chamtnwrs
i fgaarom TaIl slntated to the meeting that the tioard
gI .. r aii rd An- of trade of thiscity d made arrange-
7ll houss tro furnish di-ner to all the
.b Wpft^tid ineabers iu attendance, and there-
lI^il me~al-i ln" in, lt ii fur hetie ti 'ke to all. ai out
n (rit m hC^ of the ofice thirty i number.
U @. sorbY, Uhd little Areaolutiotl wan patted t hanklg
lure i- I. u like *he i s f tratte fn r its courtesy, the


Two Hundred Thousand Acres Chantr-
es Hands.
Bartow, Dee. :.")-A land de'tI affect-
iga tract of nearly two hundrei
tbous.aud acres has just been etbUsuW- I
wat.-A. Tile tract of land in ijut'itio)1. I
Ji!- 51tu-ttt-d ini the e."tern portion of C H I
iii :- 4 ('Ull!)' aud iulJ0c.-olnt, andI S9
sAlit too ie the 1;emt tract, of %irgtlu titn-
her itnio1 in this part of the -state.
The land was owned by the K is-
sionee Land ( ouillioy, the k loridla
L~and slnd Imlirovew~nu out Cliany,
and tilUne iited Laud itowplany, &nt
lit-t~dewa "ae oyJAIllA. (irs- f T u h sf
lim:sij. 4f Hraidbzrpnt w.Who) held allTanh sf
4;o'u on the laudl. He was reI're-
b et-1ty Atttoraaey W. A. ('ntrter, (,fYorLvad
t he thin I of Sp~arkman & Cal ter. oftor oeWn
Tanipsil, azi'tthe- purchaser-, were
Me.--rs. Watlter ff. Mawtiox, o~f B-artow, t 0M stec
,!& id F'redl It'. M- nnitiIt, tof a II
Iz1... rt-jire-etezkt-l by Wil~im & \N its, it,*
tb -rive paid forir Im-hud i..n11"t
giv ii mit tout. it im unti~er-t(miod tootbe Nice Derbies
a &zoo d r4mud ti uw, 2t-the iriqerty isW
SO ei 12 e. It iSmlt kniotinju-t S o so
ex~of-t t ho, 1)with it. but tit le~jo~z
tmi.i mtat t hey kinn ni1 usnng it fo~r
tut p. title Iiurllt-est, af yAr wiii.- .It hey
miii cutt[lie timber.
For Rent0
daieuwit-lom, iiarately vacated by 0
Mr. %!athe%%a-. Apply J. Starr -Stern- 0

Church Music Not Unscri~tural.
A vei.V intet'c-tlnz(lis-ussi4)[Ito~ok
*eatt lite t iureh of ('hri.t, in ILake
Btvr:t-r, in thi-. -itate, mion uesdav even-
i mu,,. -tvs tile Jakinivilit' Metr~t;Ipbls.
W.( 0. ('afukerozi. who i' l preachinjg
!herc. made thle statement thaxt ally
e' who %oir-hiz'jitt in a church
%)'trUtietnl iini~e WAS' tiled
hi t i.v --rv~ives wtou'i ibe danaied, aud
u.11:, a~ic lly livo tto mneet .l11111 inla
dfi- la.5isi bit (fthe lU .nli.Mr. John

litld 1 tolilt' SLrij),:L1'e thatllt iiat-'i"tjEW
S nt,:j:tir~~ ~t that it wm 'rdanaed N.;
~ *,131,~d Ei ( id Secorqd Door From

Mi.& ~ll'~lb~ wih riahaOpera Htouse Block
.1 xin c 1. s, (iolll wih S nI 'll vre ithi-
ttntti~tn tll i~WithilllIi-ari nnorr~, 4Mi%

( am-r-o.n 'i tl, it- asree Iit, all es.-

'Ii'u cv'r tindlit ti- 1%. 1SMr.
4'1ia if Inhe otiul itve iliu th t~iriall of
:!.111s bilkito P -e* ;I v 1-1-1 tel
I, :tiecould, aind, -fu, i tier." hentsaid,
"ii'ma oe taiuk~Mr. Caunivroinimade
on ilw~le lnit n."agmiast thein'rAlit of
til olnuarch". atad A ill mteIl viito'O I I %t
,I,#- lotin t *ad, 1 w i I I negree t, t -4 Irovt
hy~ hie Wo4rd ofIC(v'nI ihtbttlie lmidt ito
f-. lIE 'ati-I li -shate vverfaIr it,* and Ithatn
th 4le i': Ilikei 1(intii it C l of 114) Value.-'
Don't Let Them Suffer.

m nj. ~ !1i''Iena nr it'('tujret V.jIt
item t!n i'tnrmn /-m'iia tind othr
skiven t-.~ u Buck -a Aexiel.jt! Ia
atiinI- 'e '.~.A ittiiut a -~r
I ni vc-iia'*-f .!o I I '*it. (Curt- untin-
anti- .,'I t i .iv -t tttiM c i m0,
Drug :,'tt' 4
M".eB"-',ie Wlnetstoiae, Evelyn
Ps-lot and MmAser Frat~k tiarris atre
assisting at the i-tir~lrist' store during
thet kaolnna\ 'A; Vr. (). B. Howst- at rT.
R3. Su ydel"-: Nta.*ter Malit Hauichtorn
at T. w'. l'roxler's andi Master bLui:s
cinazal at('i. E. Taylor's







Il articles Wlich we offer to sell You as Tokens of

Esteem For Your Rlelatives aI)d friends Will be


s and Other stylish Shapes of Hats, Pretty

)pular Leathers in Pleasigg Styles.

i Alfred Dolye's Lige of A

Felt Juliets and slip-

pers of Comfortable

Leather a)d easy Lines.


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Ocala. Fla.

Ie Old Standed

Grove's ess Chill Tonic

has stood the ar Average annual sales
over One a .. .. tles. Does this record
of merit a Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Encldosed with '- 'S BLACK ROOT LIVER PLLS.

our sp.,- 61.nt~- -1 -Iwith 4a1ro-.,
lioiap ie~.-a, ni wvith low tn*-
viant VI *kn*i I -I will he p tol !'id
ca~VE '"lolr I* 'i 2 oll with iu-.n. '''

This signature, on .-vt',-N the genuitle
Laxative i4:,','l)I- ] Tablets
the remedy that cotet-i It r "u in one ~g


Burnett, T. MURPHY

Merchant Mfacine and Iroq Works.


Ocala, Florida.
Finest imported and
Domestic Cloths. .
Cutting a Specialty.
Fits Guaranteed


Iron. Brass and Rroze Cat-.
imegn: Machine and Pattern
Shopn; Marimmesad Rail-
road lRepairs.

I61to 617 E. Bay

Jack sonville, Fl


r| HAT when You refuse to insure Your life You don't take the risk? You must either pay a company to carry the
T risk or force Your Wife and Children to do it. Don't they deserve the best You can do for them? I should
hate to be myself a few miuutt-s after telling you that they don't -that is if You are worthy of their respect. The Best
is none too good for them, and a policy in the STATE LIFE is the Best. Because what? Why, because the State of
Indiana always holds enough of the company's funds to pay off its liabilities whether the company be solvent or insolvent.

Ever Occur


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The chureeh will never succeed in
the work it has set out to do until it
has learned the aetret of Christ's
method of world conquest.
Florida is blk--ed with more good
weekly plpers than any state in the
eomth.-Areadia News. And there
are a few bitter ones than the Arca-
dia News.

And now Miami is happy over the
prospect of lu ing a deep water port
at a very early dst.e. Preparations,
are being made to commenie- the
work of d..g tuning
Tropical Sun.

The (Chrlst[.Ius edition of tlitny
newestpers that hap reached our ex-
change table showithat in the time of
newspaper making Florida cannot lbe
excelled. The Florida newspaper
editor ia nervy and industrious.

A. H. D'Alemberte, tax collector of
Emeamcbia county, has ls ied an invi-
tation to the tax asMemors and collec-
ton of the state to meet in Pensteola
at the time of the coronation of King
Pris'cu February 2 and 24, 194i, aend
hold the meeting which should have
net in Gainesville, Nov. 5 and 6, ]#,2.
It isjult the imme au going to New
Or(eans to Mardi Gras.
Last Saturday's Jacklonville Mt.
tropolis wap a Nsuperb plubliesttion.
It contained fortyv Iapes and emlrac.
ed an infinite variety of topiiesali al.
ing to the tast*i of the youne. middle
aged, and tilhe antiquarian, tl sedate',
romantic, artistic andl u I leti and all
other kindsof riders. In all r-.-lj-cts
it waa a e4'Iuiplete, fini-h#d and
splendid newspaper.
A tkihnthell, a relic of the civil
war, almooet wrecked one of the open
hearth furna*es of the Sharon Steel
Commauy in Kharon. Pa., recently
The lomb had heea unloaded with
toMeofnerap iron in tile steel mill
yard, and when it was placed in the
fuuace it waeethought that it was a
solid cannon ball. Shortly aft-r it
wan thrown into the fire an explosion
occurred that shook the furnace trom
top to bottom an created coasterna-
lion among the employees The
damage amounted to several hun-
dred dollars.

Social progress has done away wAth a
gratt many lorIns of punishment ,ice
athnilte.te -l under the laws of en'hrit-
en,-l ,itople. But nature never ch.niiy, s
or iodifies her penalties. She still 1'. s
the same put..h-
K wment flr the nun
who flcet't'l or
abuses his .^oa.-h
a as she had it. th'e
Sfar off days when
Ad i;in delved and
The physical dli-
1 oifort. duNM. "-s
Stlui.i.,hns. 'ri-

N* 7 f I talInlity nertU%,-.
ness aut lee 'l~
netz- which .are
vi-ite'i Uponl the
mn w ho eats cam-
ls1or irtigtilarly
have lien fruna the
lvegintlitig the evi-
(lences ot dimeawie of
twe s~outactl and its
1av* %iatel organsof
I r. l'ierC-e'sCo-(,I
eni Medical Dixwerv cures the disctased


It has been .-s'ima'ed that the holdt-
ers of remunerati*e securities will on
the first of January receive dividends
in the sum total ot aloul $I.10,(N0,00..
But a few years lack when the an-
nuaW and semi-annual dividends pay-
able on the first of January had reach-
ed $75,000,000, it was regarded as
wonderful; but the wonder really
lies in the doubling of the amount in
a decade of years. From these fig.
ures the remarkable strides made in
this country In the field of commerce
and industry may be conceived. This
does not include the divisions of
profits in private firms, but embraces
what is paid out by railroads, banks
and industrial and trading corpora-
tions, with fixed capital and which
make public announcements of their
profits in some form.
These are vaqt figures and are
almost beyond the comprehension of
the average man.


Perhaps the greatest newspaper that
has ever been iss-ued from a Florida
printer wts last Sunday's Times-
Union and Citizen. I contained thirty
six pages and was printed in the finest
style of the art. It covered a multi-
tude of sutjeets all interesting to itw
Florida rea,:ers, but none was more
timely thau its symposium of the
best thought of well known Flori-
dians upon the subj,-et of building a
gubernatorial mansion with a part of
the Indian war claims money. T,
this question there were more than
fifteen answers and all were in favor
of an appropriation for this purpose.
Among ith answers were Major Geo. It. Fair-
banks, Florida's well Known historian,
ex-Governor W. D. Bloxham, Hlon.
W. H. Lamar. ex-Senator Pasco, Stalte
Sut-erintenident Sheats, Prof. John F.
Forces, of Stetson University, sand
Dr. T. H. Taliaferro, of the Florida
Ai,.ricultural '. liege, Senators C'arson,
Mc.treary, Messrs. McDotiell tlid
Ingrahain atnd Relpresentatives W. A.
Illount, C. C. Wilson, and W: A.
Fultor, and a number of others.
We f-el that it is no: discredit to
ti.r jpuili.2tiotits .vbhen we say tlhi:t
the issue of the Timue.-U:aiot. ai.d
Citizen that is lying before us is one
of the least that has ever e',-n i-,i'ed
from a Florida newspaper offlee.
This p-aper hts not only reduced its
price, but in all modern, up-to-date
improvements is excelling all other
Florada publications.

The Moaree Deetrine-What It Is.
We owe it, therefore to candor and
to the amicable relations existing be-
tween the United g.tates and those
powers iany Eurepean power) to de-
clare that we should consider any at-
tempt on their part to eztenid their
system to any portion of this hemi-
sph re as dangerous to our |peace and
safety. With the existing colonies or
dependencies of any European power
we have not interfered nr shall not
iLterfere. But with the governments
which have declared their independ-
ene and maintained lit, and whose

independence we have, on great con-
sideration and on just principles, ac-
knowledged, we could not view any
interposition for. the purpose of op-
pressing them, or controlling in any
other manner their .destiny, by any
European power in any other light
than as the manifestation of an un-
friendly disposition toward the Unit-
ed States.-Annual message of James
Monroe, 1S23.
If seizing a country's navy, bom-
barding its forts, taking possession of
its custom houses simply to collect
the debts of adventurers, is not "op-
prewsion, "we should. like to know
what it is.
We need a Monroe in the \White

The Peasacola Carnival.
The Mardi ('ra festivities of Pen--
sacola are next to New Orleans in
b-ssw "is i .Anon.. n iul o as. .-w

Ratur's Gifts to Florida.
No man need starve when upon thoe
Gulf Coast of Florida nature has upon
this coast provided many things
for man's comfort, and if this man
is one who is willing to take what the
(iod's provide, he can live a life of
ease, and round out an existence with
comparatively little labor. First.
We have an abundance of oysters--
millions of bushels that are as free
as the air we breathe. These oysters
may be eaten raw, or they may be
stewed, roasted, fried or cooked into
many other dishes known to the
housewife. Then we have countless
thousands of fish, ana an hour's work
will supply any family with a suffi-
ciency for a days use, and while fish-
erman is liable to catch a terrapin,
which can be mnide into soup, while
crabs, both hard and sott can be
secured for a bake or a jumbo, not
forgetting the festive shrimp as an
appetizer. Of game there is pl, nty
for the hunter. Venison, bear, wild
goose and duck, not forgetting the
raccoon and opossum. Of drinkables
we have the Upon tree, the leaves
front which when parched and
steeped the same as tea leaves, make
a cup of tea that is hard to distinguish
fiom the genuine. In the vegetable
line we have sea mustard, a prolific
plant, which -when boiled with a
slice of bacon, cannot te told from its
domestic brother, while Lthe wild cel-
ery gives a pinch of flavor to the
noonday meal. For a morning appe-
tizer or for a Christmas cake we can
gather the eggs of the gull in count
less numbers, and even use them for
a tirst-class egg-nog; or maybe go to
the turtle crawl and filch madam's
eggs for a rarity. Or if hungry for a
roast beef, madam turtle might satis-
fy the appetite. Great is the Florida
(ulf Coast, but greater than this is
(,od, who is good and who provides
for u- on Florida's Gulf Ct'ast.-Apa-
lachicola Times.

Not Bullying?
Exc.ption is taken by an English
vi.sitr to The World's use of the term
"btullyig'" as de'eriptive of the
course of the allies toward Venezuela.
Stormonth's English dictionary de-
fines bullying as overawingg kby
thil at.s." -Is 1ino tit s I.r.e-i'.-ly whl:at
( real Britai:i ati;r Germaniy -re trying
to do in Venezuela? Is it conceiva-
ble that these powers would adopt the
same course in collecting (lebts from
a tirst class nation ?' And is not ibu;Ily
ing the weak essentially cowardly?-
World. _
Henry Watterson and the Monroe

"Enforcement of the Mouroe doc-
trine would but lead to a fresh cropt
of inmperialism and a more centralized
government in Washington.
"Why, instead of nursing wanton,
senseless, hypocrite Jingoism, not take
Canada and the whole of Central
America for the united States and
let (iermany set up as many colonies
in South America as she wants?-
Henry Watterson in Courier-Journal.
How to Speak Spanish.
For a neatly bound book entitled
"What To Say In Spanish and How
To Say It," send two cents in postage
to W. J. Craig, general passenger
agent, Wilmington, N. C., or W. H.
Leahy, division passenger agent, Sav-
annah, (Ga. This booklet also c'n-
tains valuable information regarding
Cuba and the West Indies.

He Found a Cure.
R. H. Foster, 31S S. 2d street, Salt
Lake City, writes: "I have been
bothered with dyspepsia or indiges-
tion for 21 years, have tried many
doctors without relief, but I have
found a cure in Herbine. I recomn
m n i it to all my friends, who are
atflicted that way, and it is curing
them, too. 50c at Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. m

Doemstio Imprliallsm.
To the Editor of the Ocala Ilanner
We have heard much about "imper-
ialisim" during the past five yearuI
As the word is usually applied, it
means the governing of alien races ,r
peoples against their will. But in a
larger sense it means despotism in all
its phrases.
Imperialism is nothing new. Nor
is its exercise over the Filipino, the
Porto Rican. or the Hiwailan, any-
thing more than an application of
our existing institutions in a wider
field. In every state and nation,
from time immemorial, it has gov
erned the relation of the sexes. Many
of the men who call themselves "anti-
Imperialists," muand denounce most
vigorously the control of alien raw-s
abroad, have DO word of censure for
similar control of one half of our ow0n
citizens at home. To deny an igno-
rart Filipino a voice in the manage-
ment of his own affairs is tyranny; to
deny the wives and mothers of Bos-
ton a vote on district option is a tma-
ter of course. Until within six
months the enlightened Common-
w'ealth of Massachu-etts deprived
every married woman of any legal
right to the care and custody of her
minor children so lof)i a- she lived
with her husband. And it took a
shocking -ase of ii.sanity, murder,
and attelL, Led suicide of an outraged
another to wring froti our legislature
a re-luctant conceston of a woman's
l-gal right to, a share in th control of
her own children. Yet a woman is a
citizen of the United States and of
the state in which she resides.
Taken as a general fact today, all
over the world, women are living
under domestic imperialism, and in
the vast majority of cuses they make
no audible protest. HBt there never
can be a true republic until domestic
imperiAlismn ceases to exist, a1al
woman takes her rightful pl we lie-
side man in the home, and in socieiv,
in church and state, a',l nati. .-
Henry B. Ifltc'kw<-ll in WVomaan's

Williamson Refuses to Enthuse.
While ( governor Jenninigzs has made
a most excellent governor we can't
enthu-e very mun-h over his cantli-
dany for vii.e pr -i l.ow:. F': .ri '.1 wi .i
her f,'.r or live' ,l--tot i ti %o nd
an unqiitstiona.l- democrati, staie,
could not hope to aild very mu, h
strength to the national ti ker.-Ja ti-
sonville Floridian.

It dist't take mu'h of a m'irks-
man to draw a bead on beer.

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The treatment of Catarrh with Ite
shtAgeut washes, lotions, salves, medirnt etOe
and cigarettes or any external or local a'plice wo". 15
just as As less as would be .lrii a f.r
the Vot to make it boil. True, these give tellapm.x:
re, but thecavities and passages of the head and the
bronch,'l tubes soon fill up again with mucus.
Taking cold is the first step towards CatanT, for it
check pers tion. and t poisonous acids and
vapors Icshould pass of t ugh the skin, are
thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin,
P".d,,lr filmiUostiOfl and excessive flow of mucus,
much of I is absorbed ito the blood, anad through tde -dI
reaches every part of the system, involving the Stomach, Kid- .ma i
partsof the body. When the disease easumethe dry fr n, theBI
becom, exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are frequent, the e k
hearing affected and constant r singing in the ema. No meidly tht
not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. .re. e lfro
circulation all offensive matter, and rich.
blood is again coursing through the body t
mucous membranes become healthy and the sim
ts S } D active, all the disagreeable, painful symptoms,
pear, and a permanent. thorough cure is e
S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier doesn't derange the
Stoftnqh and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly im i
under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best mdcl
advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application.
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Hubbdrd & Macduff, ocala, Fla.

Save Your Hair with

Shampoos of

And llght dressings of CuTICURA
OINTMENT, purest of emollient skin
cures. This treatment at once stops
falling hair, removes crusts, scales,
anddaudruff, soothes irritated, itching

To grow strong. Unle we gt
Ko"Md meat we may as well let
4 f It alone. There is no strength
in tough mest-instead of giv.
SiDgit itak. streugib todlgest
^ it. It pays to be earful In
buying meat--be sure to got
s f f i the best-tender and ehoelee
Pay a little more if need heand
put something in your atonBase.
S.. which will put flesh on yon
Stones and strong blood in ye

Mtalls 2 and 4 City] Market, eal, Vi#,

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Mft m onday i.~l

"uI bum s.., Isa the

OL. m. mam M daughter,.
U UI to wedday for a
SIm.. They will re.

Wmood mi Florida will
t mIS that Mr. William L.
j.ll m ihe fra kkas& Rob.
PROW -Uf w of Rich-

iy Fmteb ,f oaitaeiville,
f iWAll k ta Omalf, pald
e I ety MNeday afternoon
m t hmpa, where he will

-mg ea C. Mobley and haby,
b Satbeem vistlng Mrs. Mobley'"
M r.m d Mrs. John E. Bailey
tie, bave returned to their

Smmpal Grila, who teaches in
4O'am ma Ollege at Suther-
pomi Mthrongh Ocala Monday
AN wW to Asthony to spend the
wMt her parents, Mr. and
4. IL OdIa.

I-. y Baya, of DeFuniak, has
e ,d eeinpeateianent ,of the
Fl rida ImitUlte at Bartow, to
E.en. L Law, the founder
Si-ktii and who has re
lpmed f hib pition.
F teeick Hocker, who at-
s ed alt DeIatr, .Georgia, ar-
S t Oaala Mouday afternoon to
the beolidays with his father,
W Wllim. A. Rocker, and his
Mr. Will Hocker, in this

S.e Joe Wel happened to rather a
S eeident a day or two ago.
SI emding the stairs at the-
Zbam e he slipped and fell and
Slhiankle a severe wrench. He
yesterday but limp-. Hei
f* g to be siright in a day or two.
.lMAdel sreme-y, wbo formerly
& ae grave on LeLmoaU avenue
Lhi ity and who spent several
6ita bringing it to maturity, and
S5to ishihm in England
the great freeze, returned to
e aday aad will spend the

had a very ptmeaant invreion
Aern Crystal River who
e 4m a shoppaDg expedition.
egobM we noted the following:
3ra, Mr. and Ms. C. E.
Ograd Herrick, Dr. R.J.
tev.J. L. Ramghowie, Mif*
I b ewt,, Mr. A. L. Bennett,
Demett Jos4eph L. Wil-
ducitor. M r. and Mimo
While it, Oralt the above
qwr guests at the Ocala

Mrs. Allied Eatertamaa.
Tu.say afternoon at her charm-
lag home on Wautula street, Mrs. N.
M. Allred entertained a number of
her friends at an "animal party."
The gmest of honor on this pleasant
oemamskt was Miss Lutie Smith, of
Anthony, who is the attractive guest
of Mm. Allred.
After all of tte guests had assem-
bled each one was given a pair of
salmor and a sheet of paper. On each
sheet was written the name of an
animal, which the ladies were expect-
ed to cut from the paper withput,
rets drawing them. Some of the
results were very ludicrous and the
contest was a very novel and inter-!
elting one.
- The judges decided that the woman
cut out by Miw Edith Piatt, the
parrot, by Mira Louella Gary, and the
hoeweby Mrs. D.*O. Woodrow wee-
the best so they drew for the prize,
Mise Piatt winning it. The toiy
priz- went to Mrs. F. L. WaTson, who
also had to citsori out a horse.
After the contest delicious refresih-
ments were serv-ed lby the hotte-s,
ansS*ed byv .'r. J. E. (Ctice.
Mrs. Allred's guests were Meslanie i
E. W. Davis, D. Woo.drw, J. F.
Chace, J. (Crstens, F. L. Watson, S.
T. Sistrunk, Mallory Liddion, Natihan
Mayo, ofSunjmerfield, E. L. Mclin-
t Hattie Dye, E',ther Weathers, Hattye
Porter, Emily Ford, Edith Piata,
Valeta Potter, Johnuiae Liddon, Sue
Bareo, Florrie Crook, Louells Gary,
Lena and Maxie Bullo.-k ind Sara
and Violet Harris.

A earry Ghase."
On Saturday night January .4, the
Lyman twin Brothers will appear at
the Marion Opewra Hous in their new.
bright and laughing comedy success
entitled "A Merry Ch(ase", and it is
said to be without ex.-eptiou one of
the funniest plays of the season, andd
is everywhere crowd!inig theatres to,
the doors.
"A Merry Chase" has always been
an artistic and finan-ial success but
ever o tmuach as It Is this i'eason.
The play has been thoroughly rec.n- -
structed and rewritten by its author,
Herbert L. Lymanii, and is right up-
to ( dte. N.-w -,,lsr, ;music slt1, a
brilliant array of -,th century spec.
ialties have tbeetn added until it stands
today head and shoulder above all its
comp-t titort. The manitta i-eett scenic
and mnehanical access.rit-s and le-
gant wardrhbeN are said to siurpssl
any previous ef;rt4 in tliat line.

A CWee Cough nediieae.
From the Gazette. Toowoontm!, Australia.
I find Chamtberlait,'s tCough Remne-
dy is an excellent medicine. I have
teen sufferint from a severe cough for
the last two mouths, and it hls effee-
ted acure. I have great pleasure in
recommending it.-W. C. Wockuer.
This is the opinion of one of our
oldest and most Ireupetted resients,
anid has Iteet volantari!y give?, in
goodfaith that others may try the
remedy aid be thnefltt-td. as wAs SI r.
Woekner. This remelv is "s,'d It

as itemu f r our farmers to Anti-Mtonopoly Drue Sore. tIn
hdlrr h'se: When you hear Of Value to Came Srow* s.
IPll have to get somebody to A pamphlet entitled -"fertiliziig
lEat year," the devil bha sugar cane", written by a practical
im bi lght cltcbes. The sugar planter of Hawaii, has just
s you will make you runt teen published by the German Kali
He'll run the life out of Works, 3 Natsau street, New York,
hm a big prwoft on the and a copy of It can be ag you on a credit. You taitd free toy writing to them. No,
M your hea" into a log doubt many of our readers a ill he
bede e with it-Madison entered to learn how this crop is
-. treated so a- to produ.'e large yields
i in Iavi" home of cane ad sugar and the pamphlet
g em e Cae usually won- mentioned contains many valuable

wod aq were "Our points pertaining tt ereto.
mth e for the United STATE OFr OHIo. C(ITY oF TrLEIN), )S
is quite in lineLcASCoUNTY.
ftI T6i qgite to lin FAN-K J. CHENEY makes oath that
puk t1it made some time be is the senior partner of the tirm of
m e eilm to the effect F.J. (CH'E & 7Co., doing business in
y as means certain that the City of Toledo, county and state
b" 4e to run for aforemaid, and said firm will pay the
f.e k ae contest Sumof ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
fore eah Rind every caw of Catarrh
IUbeMe th e at lateresting that cannot be cured by the use of
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For Colds-La Grippe I
Protect yourself, and don't trust to
Providence. Considering the harm
done, "neglect" before and after taking
a cold is a physical crime. You may
prevent a cold, or, if too late, you can
insure yourself against the "after ef-
ects," for there is the greatest danger,
by using Dr. HIarter's Iron Tonic. Few
die from Colds, or La Grippe, or Ca-
tarrh. They die of the after effects.
These diseases all weaken, and to a
weakened body come flocking a host of
diseases that fasten on weak lungs,
heart, stomach, kidneys, and other
weak parts that we seldom think of.
The easiest and best thing to do is to
fortify the system so that you will not
catch cold, but if too late to do that,
then you must see that no lasting in-
jury is done. Medical authorities all
agree that Iron is the fighting element of
the blood enabling the system not only
to ward off disease, but to fight it after
7 ,it has obtained a foot-
is just the remedy needed, as it sup.
pli-e the blood directly with the iron it
requires to combat Colds or La Grippe.
Take it before, during, or after. If
taken in time, it will prevent; if taken
during, it will shorten the course; if
taken after, it will prevent all bad after
Women are especially benefited by
Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic, as they seem to
suffer from the weakness of Colds and
La Grippe longer than men, and they
are particularly susceptible to the action
of a blood builder such as this is.

A Quiet Wedding.
Thl- Roanoke Va. I imea gives tlhe
foll,,.t ing ac-t.unt of the marr a e of
Mr. J. Walter Ernl-'by, who was a
vi-i ,.r to this city the summer:
An exceedinglyy quiet but pretty
"""<'in:"",,-k plice last eveniing at
!,' r-sideitce of Mr. and Mrs. (4eo.)
I. iHrt, ;'" Rutherfiord Avenue, n.
e w 'ient Mlis s Daisy Slicer, -ister of
'Is. Hart, became the brid- of MIr.
J. W. Engleby. Thereretmony which
wa:s performed by the Rev. Dr. Camp-
Itll att 9. o'clock in the presence of
A; ain ther of relatives and inti ma e
friewis of both parties. After the
tli;.g of the knot a reception was-
ative n at the home of 31r. and Mis.
John Engleby, SMS Campbell avenue.
Tue bride, whip is the attractive
dawhter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M3. Slicer,
ot* Fincastle, is well known in lRoa-
unoke, where she has many fri-eids.
1Her wedding gown was of white
:oitre silk, trinatted with applique.
-bei carried bride roAse. There were
uo attendants. The groom. who is a
seot (f Mr. John Eugleby, of En.lelpy
Brt'., has a large acquaiutenc-e
throughout the city. The couple will
ew at home at 33, CL'aupItel avenue.
..:rs. Wallis, of Savannah, Ga;., will
arrive in the city Friday to be the
gu-s: of her son, Mr. T. H. Wallis for
sn nit t i l:e.
N ,'-.r t->- J,-.. :, ," lpignt lit ',
her j'.i t* e- il ,.i- ti she prot,,i ,
all thl- ai.r> ,- Is .. of beauty, :,,''
that oil ln 1 2..,ia ai" ble oI.d. I t,
shell-lika pink l n alh the tin-er
uall, :!. itlt, t' <. t of the t t, t,,.
the eu rv ip.n s- 'f the lij -. Lit
irt ite-rceuti trilitu n e >,ftthe eyte .e
a!l produced by the boo-!. Just as
the permance of a beautiful paitlinig
will depend upon the puri p tof the
colors waith which it is patfutted, tso the
termatieu e of beauty d penids on the
w.urity tf the blood. P'asit, po'vwder,
and co.wmeticts don't a.ail to presrrv-.-
peauty. Beauty t gins in the blood
Dr. PieJet-'s olden Med i'ni Discov-
ery isa true leautifitr, because it
pro'vid.-s for nature that pure all with which alh:Oe she t'- -I,.tint. 'Thle
ust.e f thits ui.l-ine will -leasele ithe
skin, ht-igh;it n thecomlplexion, b-righ
ten the eyes. and give to face atnd
rform radiancie of health which is the
gr alt-tt charm of beaut%. Dr. i'ierct's
I'le'saut Pt 1 ets are t ry etfftetive in
bidding the !-s'-em of clogging resid-
unl. which accumulates with cvunti-
pated habit.

Florida's Famous Cartoonist in Tampa.
A. K. T:a lor, th- fatious cAtrtoonist
of the Jack.-,uvile Metropolis, is in
"L .. .., ri ta t it) rt,.i& ii -ii t

Florida School for the Deaf and the
The following letter has been re-
eeived at this offlee and is printed in
the hope that it will awaken an in-
terest in the matter in which it treats
on the part of the readers of this p.a-

deaf or blind. Every expense except
for clothing isbu;- toy the state. The
first traveling cost is paid by the coun-
ty commissioners, if the parent is
unable to provide for same.
Besides the literary. branches, we
try to teach, as far as we have the
rleans and equipment, such handi-
crafts as will aid in the matter of
-elf-supliort. Among those taught the
d(I-at boys are printing, the u-w of car-
penter tool-. gardenirnv, L-neril work
about a home, sboo mtakitng and re-
pairing and t3 pe writiiin. Thm deaf
girls learn to sew, knit, ir u and do
general house work. The blind boys
learn bead work, basket weaving,
cane work, and a few will Ibe taught
piano tuning. The blind girls are
taught the bead and basket work, aid
receive instruction in sewing and
fancy nctdie work. A'l the blind
have an opportunity to learn music,
both instrumental and vocal. We
tech music unot as an accomplish-
tment, but for its educational value
and as an industry, that may euabtl
some to mItke a living as music
As this is the only school in the
state for th se children, will you n'ot
help to make it a blessing to every otne
so afflicted in your county? Talk
about the matter in your teachers'
lntserest your school supervisors in
inducing parents not to rob deaf or
blind children of an education. Please
act promptly and earnestly, as you
would do if your own boy or brother
should by accident or sickness sud-
denly lose the blessings of sight or
hearing. With your active assistance,
I feel that no such child in your
county will long be away from school.
Yours for the education of all,
especially the deaf and the blind.
St. Au -u Fla:e. Fla., Dec. 23, 19,"..

Chamber'afa' s- Stomach

and Liver

Try them
When, you faIl ,ifll after eating.
Wh't-n you t! vr*V n, appetite.
M\ aien you I a bad taste in ;ii-
When your liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated. -
W\lihe you have a headache.
When you Ibl bilious.
They will improve your appetite,
cleanse and invigorate your stomach
ani regulate your liver and bowels.
For sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. m

"t ie Fast Coast Railway has re-
duced its passenger rate to three cenls
a mile and the Florida Times-Union
and C(itizen has reduced its subscrip-
tion price from $10 to $6 per year.
We see the generous heart and hand
of Henry M. Fiagler back of all this.
It has ever been his policy to use his
great fortune for the development of
the coui try and the betterment of
humanity. If all millionaires were
like Mr. Flagler and John B. Stetsou
there would be no antagonism be-
tw.-ee esa. itail and, l. ,tl.- arnd thp




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Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
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Dear Fellow-Worker.-Please do
not neglect to read this letter. I write
in the interest of the children of Flor-
ida, who are too deaf or blind to be
educated in the public schools.
Will you kindly look up all such
children in your county? Please in-
quire of the pupils in school and get
the names of all such sub-normal
children. Visit their parents, and
aid us, while the children are young
and easily taught and impressed.
The Florida Institute here is no
asylum or home for the afflicted. We
have a genuine school, using, in the
main, the same course of study and
text tooks as adopted in your school.
Our teachers have been specially
trained, and the methods are modified
to -uit the peculiar needs of children



My $S.oo Rye or Bourbon at.....$1.75 My .............. $1 My 4 o
My .5o ..................... 2oc My .oo North Carolina Corn at.. .. .
My 3,00oo "' .............. .56 My 2.o M'tnDew (orun at.. 2.
My 4.00 ......................... 3.00 My 3.co00 '* ."
My a.oo Gin at ................................. 1.75 My 4.0 .
My 2.50 ............................................ c My 4.oo00 New England Rum at ................ 34
The Jug apd Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.
In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of juga. Hal-gallon juag, I-
-gallon jug. 15c; '-gallun jug,.25c; 3-gallon jug. 35c: kegs.$1.
I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Floridasbecause I give good,bos
eat goods and full measure.,
& trialorder wilt convince you that"wearethetoople." Termscash withtheorder.
ours. anxiousto pIce. e. F. EDW ARDS.



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tl1rotrte.lonat. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.

NDERSON& HOCKER .itte f a decree oforeclore
A .and h,. and entered by the circuit court
NDERSON a HOCKER. and sale dicIal circuit of Florida in and for
A-- forte o fClay in chancery sitting. on the
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. the coo fDecember. l o. in a centaim.cau
Officein23d D-edt, wherein the Pennsylvania
Office in Gary-Agnew Block. the0e i r- on Lives and Grantin
OCALA, tFLORIDA C at for lusulraces on Lives and Grantng
-__OCALA- tie s IconA iplainant. and the Jacksonville.
S E. BIGGS. Iaa .& Key. We Railway Comapan. Alice
Archibald Rog ers. H. T. Kendall, as assignee of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. obert H. Col eman. the Chatham National
(Office in Gary-Ag)Bank. Edward H. McDoniald. Harriet Walker.
OCALA. Frank W. Pope and the Missistpi Valley Real-
OCALA. FLOR I tv Company are defendants. I wfll offer for .ae
S and %ell to the highest bidder for cash at public
ARLOS.SISTRUNKcrbefore the courthouse do of the said
ARLOS C. SISTRUNK, county of Clay. state of Florida. in the city of
-- reetL Cove Springs. therein, on the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. F;,nt.vnjidav n. ebraary, A. D 1903.
Room ,. Masonic Building, Ocala, 5 21 tie same being the second day of .aid month
aud a legal .ales day. within the legal hoursot
.aWIN S N.ER. the pr prty described in said decree as
EDWIN SPENER. fullpw".
W -The mortgaged property mentioned and de-
ATTORNEYAT scribedd in saiddecree and in the bil of com-
OCALA. 7-.-y -FLORIDA. paint in said cause. particularly described min
ocAA. 7O xhibit G thereto. excepting the lands there-
tofores Id descrr-d in Exhibit "H" to the
FULLER. d ll to-wit sit.ate, lying arld beiinin the
S. FULLER ouutie.ot Brenar. l-.y, Citrus. Dade, D.eSoto.
-- Lake I 'ee Maniiatee Marion. Monroe Orange.
DN'E-" 'elo, St John't Sumt-r. Volu-ia. and
Over Munro & Cha li'ssBank. Ocala. Fla. Putinu. in the ,tate of Florida and described
Over Munre ch as tonluws.
STHo SNortheast quarter of northeast quarter and
.AN AND T .URG ON-- s,)ith half of northeast qua. ter. lot one. section
.AN AND RGO. icutten, township thirteen range twenty-42.
c Grocery. O. Montezuna. naiin one hundl and t-ven acre.
-fcoe-A deposit will be qre ed to be made by each
ce over Te OALA. LA. .ddr with the mnaster in cah or by satsfac-
torv certitie.1 check trore bidding of two cents
i.. .he ,da included in any one


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Ihe pop'.ati n t.f the United 'a'-. in was

The ppul.t.: .n f th, I'nited! S'.^ in i-,3 ra
. w76,303,387

& tf, ,f 1' V" ;" ... i ;f. In, r ( .- :.any of
>N w ) :k it % !@ v 7 rl .1. 1U s

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New I .r.k, ATIJar\ i, i 2.

The largest, strongest Life
S'1-urance Co. in the world.


CECXIL N II~'' \ A ..ent Ici- thic tatc-t, l
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Sindtr ft designated "the- Country
rl' .-rs. tht l i-.t-m4 me cimmon-
r e.." tainth e fe, iotall exn:p-
"tDuriig the metropiatans of ISiapernd
191)*t, and the le*-,cr 4-41i|igei* sillet
the former dotv. ths- d-mof fima found i's chief iewspmal|er support
to often designated as "the country
|res." With a fe-v notable excep-
tions the metropolitan nowmpapwers
cla sed as democratic deserted tlhe
des.noratic standard and lent their
aid to the republican party. But the
I deertionu from the ranks of "the
I country re-." were so few that
they were not noticeable. With a
loyalty that could not tbe -werved and
I an ability that challenged the admir-
atit niof the opposition, "the country
lipr .-" rallied to thedemooratic stand-
ard and perforinedl ir'oligies of valor.
"'.e ituntry .rr-ss" hins ever lIbeen
loyal, and t.ect1-te of thi- every ldem-
ti.r:at Itnew-,ape r that i -,lllniractil
in thli- de4-ia iiatiout d ...-rv\-.- and

Neu Ytean- let *tilt, r" .-tFif Hi-irida tlmitue .deio' l inthe ioninomiatlly. A wt,!
i'- a.t.':.I.IHatt11e-rm At tli- teitte1i local tnew-lialier VXe:,(1 i-III
'tiltti~~iit th 'tt lla c~Iaimstle-tai reiat i nalotrtwhit ititflfela4ve, li it a! wva3s VIA-i
ey urvil-jlHZ. ti'ak. -uId-alv 1,t1o!. (4 1 iu cxt!-wd jtj eI;..-rver, I -tt !a Ilw'i v
st A Hot% l Iin 1-1 A Y "I ivt'. s(t I I IIWard, :t1p-trew wl-t 1.ittheic- I ii
breitldtc- itt 11 t ifmaatj'ell inlthe %% ~ItItId!.U1111 dI -theemixe'rat it' 'utecklies Slid
umjakitia ~-?ir navtoiiew tile' eltlviit.ta..-o i':ii- .a'a'ie4' l~1 te
''I a-:-~AuI~Igar eoia Il i .. t ex..e-h fill" taltlt- .~el arlatltd o
titli X -*.-''imt [lave saileta- r.1w

r(Oll aSdtiff -. anut -train their -,(fit*tIezn,6NtssioW tth*te-iraret isii-.
tkifi's au ill-,at thle iVa'. le iieil.h l i;! twi~tttla".y ,ilil-ec'i:ov'e ili Ul# n..%vorvit IL
telUl*-f! 1140l4- ins fiuntilered iaty a lyaltv aiti.! jo'-.lentrgrycid tthe-
galiaait hoark. it is a period o f o
and danger tit tile bit;il. detuoratit' newsialzlls thut have
"H-Iich on that dragged ecoasit rises thae s-ot,41 up for tiae party and~ its j'rintci-
lighitiltotuse. and when the'. suit gteef jIlles inl Ile faceo~f illIIijlltes Unt hatave
dowia its brave light 5trel~MlL. ill ;ZtiiiI irhtt senayle.tiilia]tj
Mwe siaid vconafort o'er the WAvi'ruTie
qafeti fniaranlersis itthat lighlt. ~If' h oa .zairt. twilr
it ebould wane or die fo)r ani i-tant deservt-'~e-a Igrest iii' re thiata they
in thlee ughat, a (1407,01 l ttoeut shaijis !trl usual1i, get. Now let deniocral- ste-
ii il l i t- t on.. -kritt sm nej'.rtl, I lua. o t Iia, tiv',rtlowt't .er.rzali-i &get a:01 t lit
bidden jot'4.r o r.=I; fielm utcli-riliu- ies'v-~
reeft-f.MIbT itit 4EStill(notit.-. Ilm!emSn noEie
orc.altit, it! leultiee-c ofr totl tram i.uil I Thousands Sn noEie
D *.it t-!illt'Il~i%*'.4:ient-4111i l therotwrhi I Eve-ry vt-:mr ialarize taunalit-r uid jecio
tthe- a iclat. Mt-a1miiav -Je~elanti WI iitkset''i'e uf-rr whoIi-e I ictti tre.stire aand
flaiv o t h-u:the t- IIii ,%-ee.- to. 4 r zt'hi- 4 With c iZ~.~are- urmz.*-tiIt~i tito
lviati\* x -t. rita 1 -.-". tij :aritt-r tenthat anil, thaerc'lilaate. Ilut thin ,.i-4cei,'v ande
dagmare-ro u- o-'4 tt hi nk% %vi a -tlage- Hli l .I tV!- ,-aarV. DI). i' i't-Ieall 'exile
iiio-! net .--tlt-j. t iw ae whenta Dr. KaiDsNw i ii-ceery rfor

Vw i.h i- 11tal tit' a Wi div,.t a ;.t'-. *l t he l-'15%ill( !,.t tif1.. 4l a.~iwlivine fo!ril
tboutrhl Wth ate1*1 Is it% ~ ''* \-aet,,! .0l uliat-cult ''celua
t'h iang t !-f 211 isl I z i w 't ?-allu. l' :! li u i

el **t ita-'- li e -ule.ICrsi;g'the, 11 natele. t- a


Wit"*'--. :!1,q1 tCO- I.: owens-.I-.~! i 2wa 2 a- t1

~.. me lie' r..11h, 1 l ik V~e -tit.aveta- ii'. ri wi-t.aoaI- nt'' h tiiiea 1w ztcno.

tlea 1.1,okh 4i tgii w l-r, 1,iIi i..Iea e eu e ~ f~.tI u. ''a
With e41,I 01410tet ta Fit, i-ha'thee hI..l, river

t~m' ha eu',- ama-the ae-t'et jei ".ie i aU veiu'a mil iella.tatrtji'
,.~~~~~~~~~~ I~Ilf ita- Ieti 16 I. ~ea rtieeas ewla, Sas rt--.t t, wll a alle

4011M v i via e l' 46A. 1wii 1 ez,1% helier1!11tle f it e!wer I ieu a lro.l ~
df'ais .141A41 i-.- I-! 1--t 01', ry cielmi. hkpIiing jee-Aivl~tpthe rt'la couitr
tef' I t I-tit'!i t `he- ar -.- tl riedII a few tiC u %va-cwiltlv eta i~~nt '111
Iiw i&lev- I lti trug he rt,01If IIbintiiijiwtl ht d clouds -i' suoh taer

dbonse', a -%*lI !thmta (w.dticr mime lotw-kt U116116-1",houlctIrIt)i la it- whrlAni ot pus

Woletial htold-A lie'r Ft'nti-the I.Jizt of your town aaud keep lier ahlee'ie as she
tile WPrld "'s ste'aeta'"t till !"-Johli has always i-'I.- l'ae iver
T-naivlft tr~a vt-s. Journal.
Iees it raw to ell Cheap?
A c emaneisre-meeei' for eteughime and Favorift Family Remedy.
C6111." 11" all rig'hit, lilt.' teeibi ^lit !-t)Itjk- Frftquently accidents octcur ill tile'

Whamt Castro Says.
In his Ipr(KHlaflia ot to thet people of
Venezuela, President (Castro saps:
"Another aet of very Lrtrve nature
oil the [part (of the 1,erfltidiou-4foreignier
lia'just1" n leeei ectet against the city
of 11"ueto ((abello, % iz :'lTheliornuliarel-
nent (or tmat port lby thew cottbineil
flepets of E ngland atnd Gerimiany with-
out anly pFevipu-4 declration (or war
(pr the fultiliment of ativ ofrtme frmi-
alit ies establiljhed 1;y law for carrying
om n allactof foree.
"it is nolt) 0114r an aet ngtti:st the
government and the people of Vtiie-
zuela, but againstt the gt-neral j'rinri-
pies of civil ;Zat jolt allot aiailv'4 tlasi-e
tiatioli-4 wilt) Ihiv" valtuitlow lvset. iln
that 11 '*t mi~d wilt, there-46re. have a
perfect right to expe-vt (hie ful tihltegit
of the neceessary form,itliti'.-sd*ill sucih
Wh.,~~a'i Utiat-frly vno~laret, a-
nolimt I ili sgi v.!i for thL ithdw lr~t wal
of woftnt-n sttillci (~illrt-,k fr'omi tL~e 41M

"Thiy \eit., ue ollwritoti
ire- Alei ito- ? I t rait r':itheei r toi-m a I'i
nasellol." i*t as Sul-hveire, the w a.ia l't. the

TrpI,- l-iii.-' lo..e tiCth: r onalathtir t il-ti

is moece ni-irt- uiviler cin ifu I trialI.
"I i-011 im villi to t,) tt-ijr


t'tiv ta

dii I~)'kla-

12 21 tf

M1r. H. M\, i'e.-!'r hi-.' p.--n'id to
thie Pre--iyte-':.tu chur.-'l an e'ea tnt
cotumnunion tale .- whti *h hlas been
received andi i, very muchl apprecia.
ted by the. cnlgrei,-uioil. Thet church
an11d are -oon to be repainted.-
Miami News.

Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

.r,:v t '7 :' r1r:s ,r'n e r l in'. di---
. -.. ani l-sz.en m bi:. :: -: bea .:t*, vi-'r

a en I -mad c

e ".- -* 'K V r a c: : m 7 : a Iu -
& C ". n Y. I r anc

.-'...... 1' t:... ..... ......

. L- ..' t t .: ..

'..- : e r ianr rt ta a bh.ti ar
'- '.. :' n ,.' .. a. nmen are made r'-is
---: e ... h --: : and lia,.er tr.. l
.- b- "h n- i -.c same g--'at remedy.
The r.'i a: i ':- i.i-n Ji:e eft'ct o'
vwa,-r. ; .l Z -. a rcau ied. It is sol
by drTgg~st- in f.::v- r_ F '"
cert z-!d crc 1:.Il'r ^" --.o.

fM'e-. o p ,:.p,.it tell- -ome fr S-waazujIIo't.
:ang a '1 al-u: ;*. including many of the"
thzuar.Js ot t;'sin:r.nial letter; received
from, sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Bi;:-.ghamtn. N. Y., be sure anc
mnentian this paper.
trca 't italtke a ily rlI1sta: t1, but re-
nati'ln- r tile taW1 t'14 Swatillp Itoot,
Dr. Kilti-'r'- Sv-tvnij-R,),)t, and the
addrors-s, Binizht-,)niui, N. Y., on) every

A Handsome Edition.
T'ie -pvecial LitIniot of the Socieutiti(
Amierican, devotedl to Translp)ortation
on Land and S-a, cannot fail to at-
tract w;tld'espread int rt. st. b,,ti tle-
caune of ithe very Ilandsoile inlnier
in wl.i ha it is gotten up1 and on ac-
count of the voluminous amount of
information that it contains. It is
s.fe to say that anyone that reads it
carefully throu-lha will tind himself
thoruaJhily i),sted both as to the mig-
nitude and highly quality of our rail-
roads and shipping. The Si.-ntilit'
Americai has its own characteristic
way of presentingm what sonie peoplee
iniK&t call dry statistical matter Il

11 z .- I L

Rl{)Is I
oIJ14 ~OV

L~O NI(0 11 i l te
t iia t.- r i KIl
illo l)lf- five!)
only ilYte

e, ti

ri ills (out. I., i-, ie.l iglk tftiul% .crisp as 'il
wtiole-~miiae. A few Ii- uttered is a
lI'&,ti inii tandth 1liist&as iuutritio'.J-
),4)r1 trs C r I I-', ett'v, vanli e norfe
sati!.tai-torily tilled toy

'luan I'y atiy other I1j4 ii ..t No. U.


bioto i' !. pUtidw th,,'I'?..r -i- DUD truth inl

M: *'r *u-ic t .-~C -i i t v o it I

ti;'.t 1.1 tU'l -fa il HIigJh Gruade 'in
rite Vevc I1opipv' b'thee ~ol.y really
111641(1I6AD e trewety Machainee
on the IttaIcet.
oi ci, r~ 1t .r ;; ,yi k,v o' I Wt. t"Ive
14 1 el.-i.-;to 1;'1 \%. 14 '.- 1 ii %- ov rvt I tee- into)
orn~e~it. it ''. oh U, : wt ;C,' r. t~f1,).w grailp

osttqr msonvhira- 6 r LSNt L hii. I.o 'dlit) not 1~414
rrit]p u ( lre ,v wa f on tee Ui'.m

ut. ;t. I i ni -: .i a1

T 4'

4. 4.' .COMPANY...

.-:.'tr, t .tett ~,I 1hiavv 'ont 1i zi141iti
caule:i.s-L*1 liV' i )t ~ -t e r-.'mwer-,
p ar nditli..*itil i 1 VV 1! tintl'* :6'*Xrt f-11
a vtr lwd of re-al'. ,~.ita~'
It) lilinkcli.4myest ina tig "U'eiv-v-s.
lvvinii, h~I, ,h A to thia N1eirti icik
IiinqIer i!- tit. w' I31 ijt tihnit inacai-iine
t'1 the 11,t he'., "tidshoutld youlu ily
anyV other, you tre tire to le di-sup.
we Itifv -ttio hh1etiaiei* the world to
meet tis in lie hArve~t fdeld. There
is the -pla-e Ito show what your mia-
chi~ieot are. Cuall stil see ine- tint I
will give pollI po)iii ts that will ifi.llerlC-.
you, atid i'teVf~tE 1f10lev. Evt rv
1111111h:Iile s-4)41 t"All lit- putt UP ataci
tested before it is turmite4 e! toVC tei.~iU
F. D. POOSER, Agent.


IDoor%.S -&-h.HitllumiltsYMouldinug
and Buuildivaig IMate rial.

A -Spe&ial tV-
Purchase our make, whiichi we
Guarantee Sup~erio-r to anv



Planter Rye, full quarts,
per bottle........ ....... $1.5.
Fern Hill Rye, full quarts,
per battle.......... ... 1.50
Henderson. 'made spring '95
full quarts .... ...... .. 1. 50
Hunter Rye is ............. 1. 5>)
chiesapeake (Club.......... 1.25
Pilgrimage ................ 1. 25
Pullm an ................. 1.0t
Keystone Rye.'gal......... o". )
Belle Isle. ..... . ..... *
Phosphate Rye............ 3.56
Puritan Rye............... 4.00' ', Rye... ....... 5 1
Turkey Mountain o'rn. gal 1.75
Murray Hill Corn.......... 34.'"
)Old Harvest Corn........... 3.50
( )ll Harvest Corn.l Imttle... 1. i0
Strauss' '',, Rye. full quarts
p br bottle< ................ J.'')



Price List

Before You

Buy Whis ies:



,(,. ': .v l'r.-- a)v:,l odw. 1en. M I.r. C. S. Cullen. Sec. and

r.;cc -..,_,s t i T ', i tber Ci..
Dealers In and anufa:turers of-- 4
V 11 \'w IC ltiil)u icr Rough and Dressed "
'-rinir. (' ;- 1 ., ** S roll \\. rk :tli, l la n l,-n l l<-.*riptiion. Stairs, Church SetI s,
!sl:]pit.:ini l.ilinhl s, S.-4li,,>! DI .- d ; , li-W.- Ta'Lb.i- :anil Kitlien T.i il.. ( 'pr,-. Tanks, any size.
AI-> a>_ t.s for: ('lIt' A<,etYletl!v ;:-i (Gener.ttiors for w'aking the ebeapa I
;a'. I ..-rt !i hls. P'aeto,.'s Siti :ro,,f Pa i' t. ItrtS; sh' Etc. Pittsburg
k;1.,. 'o 0p s Estimates and Information Promptly Furnished.
I i I Iow N-



Sash and
Doors, .


Tools. .

Ready Mixed
P rt tc.

The Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing C<
Gainesville, Fla.

High Grade Fertilizers
Especially adapted to Florida soils and. products. Spe.
Brands for Fruits. Potatoes, Melons, Cotton, Lettuce,
Pines, Etc. Ground Raw Shark Bones for Chickens, price S
per w5-pound sack .
Ilighe t Cash Price Paid For Dry Beuem.
W. C'. Jefllordm. Agent. 4-ea* 1


114 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

aFull St4k ef
Garden and Field Seed&. Plannts nnd Rnlt


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t 4.


MAW hc et the old man
the fish on his back.
WFor nearly thirty years he
been traveling around the
-d and is still traveling.
gin health and comfort

o the consumptive he
the strength and flesh
somuch needs.
o all weak and sickly
he gives rich and
ro11ing food.
thin and pale persons
gives new firm flesh and
red blood.
ildren who first saw the
man with the fish arc now
l up and have children

e stands for Scott's Emul-
of pure cod liver oil-a
tful food and a natural
Sfor children,for old folks
for all who need flesh and

& 01OWUE. Cheomists.
InMd 1.00: an drugests.


4r following beautiful sketch 1i
'-lm f arper Weekly:
was tr~eo ger and cleverer, no
than ther maen, and in anyt
Sliuae of bmie bhe had gron I
til bhi wealth exceede-d exagf-
,. Ooe morning in hi ofli<-e,
: .a n .eeat to his confideu-
lawyer to coeaue 10 hbla in the
: ,ISM.1 le ateudtd to lhave his
dmwua. A will P a ni ietsn unit-
ee mwi east-u whoee life it,
up to npitueev, a&,d % io are toy
ukl aindftl of the future. After
(LieS ditctou took Up nI
mis ter, k*ut d" at his dek H aone

mw a L4y when summer wa.,
aew. The paMe leave UponM the
wI e etartung torth upon the
Ulmesdlngiml braut-h. The gratn
.0 parks bad a fr-ethnes in int
itke the ftrmbana of the blue in
y ate of the ye-lkow ot tWe sun-
to nake act a st : that
might renew ite youth. Il"e
intM b e (trlot the ,ui nantoued
Ma then were Mtill, as at loath
EMy away. Half idly, half
M ', the nt(-h muau wrote
the white patlwr before him,
uW4aLt be wrote with cap)i-
Meas at he lad not made
a boy in wth |ti hita skill with the pen :
I, UarlIcesK LIuuutury, beiag
aid 4iem-t0tAug mlUid audl
hr e lihuertl on the word
) 4do mow and putlltcih
is order, asjustlay a. I assay,
m" iiterest1 Ins the
Ieacosediuug( men.
tit pIrt of Ray iutetes
in the law and aree--
tIe .ohem|t,-ttund volumes
pty, neiucg lu *acoliut, I i ke no :n-
thaw "ay will.
to live, it Iwing tut a
a oIlt at lWy dist eB pe l* all else iu tH.e
B roceed to devise and

irs t I give to g*Iel
ttee, hlNt in trust for
jR a -vertbaele, all g
IF &-.-0b" -


Chiiaga Physician.
Iuse ~ ,ndjal un rilpe 4,1('a '.,znwrliniit's
coaugh Itriemey for alnioswt all ot.I-ti-
nate-, coustricted coughkS, with direct'
u-sulit. I lpre:-vruiie it to childlreim (of
all aircs. Amu glad (to revotanmeen~i it
to all ill umed al an se-ukiing relmef frmacuk
vail ati. nl eaiglas aawl hroaui~tckl Mfltia
titotas. It i. m'akaa'cta tal cSafe ill
lite liniuds (If ill*-ie ifst tuvajmramfes-iamnal.
A ummavera-r ptts aa-e--sfair .411 'kltitkltidl.
-M;Irs. 'Ma:ery It. Ie-ttktly, M.ID., Pit. Ic
I). (iieara 111. It Ti- sre--amativy ii for
ma~le loy Atitj._Macauaclcly I Oraag Store. lit
Five Ceavicts Prefer Freedom.
Five 4(40itivist. -'wa iji 'I'llhur..atby
n ight fraimu I hel But getilnlete-hma:za it,
I ~ v -r usapzt.' ir.i atlae
1-wt-rd tact irt-jrewlur,'. %.11art-'T
-aclaired teN-px.~t alle, it it-it 3 tar tinmwtii
Tl'lmev ave-rlcaeaevi e-d I he ,r Iia rd Uwait
tae-..Ure-. 5thartev 'it if eet se-.,o t wi
act the ee-valea- evilt-titi ::ire !.till %I I't
rading ill their st tip t,. Atteaelmt a it,.
eni illatKIid la4Mnidai=are intalice a-leas alLj
wv-r ('i t ru= aaU14a'L-vv maIit 1 s-.

Ballard's ilerehound SyruaP.
Imm-date-lv ie-yesitaare, C-.11o

andI diaffctilz Iiii day ill .

A Golden Rule
of Agriculture:
Be gnod to yjur land and your crop
will be good. Pie:.ty of

i:n the fertilizer spel's quality ,'L
aT:l quantity in t';-' .ir- 7P
vest. Write us ar.d (4,:
we wil send yea't,
fre, 1-y next mail, .
our money winning
bo&-s t,
9jM Nasmm Swt
New I& A to .t..

lttlewemrdeofpraiee and all quatut
pet mam, s. d [I care said patient*
tO e thee Jtetly tbut generously
S memed of their children may require.
"Item-I leave to children exclu-
ivwely, but only for the life of their
childhomod, all and every, tile dande.--
l~inue of the fields and S ite ilai.-ie
thereof, with the ritht to play a mptii
them freely, according ,to tite u- e Uil
of rhilmren, warning them at tia"
Sam8e time agcainyt thistles. And I
d.vive'to childr,-u yellow shores 4,t
rereks and the W,1"id-n sands ltent-at it
'he water thereof, with the drm*'n
(Hses that skim ili'- surface of snil
waters, and the odors of thle wilow,.!
that dip into said waters, and the
clouds that float over the giant trets.
"And I leave to children the l long daymtotwe merr3 i, iu ,ina thou
and ways, and the night antl i-.
moon and th. train of thie milky wa\
to wonder at, but sultje-t r.nvertthel'leh
to the rights heI-reinafter giv*.ln to
lovers: anld I give to eadel hill tih-
ripht to -ho t- a swar that -hall I..-
his, atld I dirr--t that tt-he chlild'-- falth-
er plimll teil himi tilhe amtie of it, ii
order that the ehtild Ahall always
remember the naIsee of that .tar after
he has learned :uand forgott-rn astronm-
"Item-I devi.-e to l'oys jointly ail
the useful idle lielais and(l eonimmons
where Ihall may ile I.lay-ed, and all
Soawclad hills where one im ly ,coast,
aind all 4treamlis and lo Inids. wilelre aoni-
may %kate, to lhave alid to hold I t,
am r te ri of fr the plri tooiofhir o l.
And all meaitdows with the iolooi, ani the i tutt-illmnes tial-r-taf,
and the w..oods with their aplurtena.-
-s of -ojuirre-s and whitriang birds,
and echoes andl- tratice i %nite--.: antI
all distant place whieh filmy Is.- vis-
ited, t'.gether '.with the adventure.
thern.found, I do gri'.e tso a:i. toyiA to
Ie theirs. And I give to s~id itv ys
each his own |ltase at the' tireside at
nicht, with all pictures that nify bhe
seen in the burning wool(d or co"l, to(
enjoy without let or Ihindratiee a id
without any inculmbranie of cares.
"Item-To lovers J devise their
imaginary world, with whatever th,-y
may need, as the stars of tihe ky, ithe
red, red rows by the wall, thie snow o(if
the hawthorn, the sweet strains of
music, or aught else they nmay desire
to figure to each'other the lastinguess
of their love.
"Item-To young men j<'intly, lw-
ing joined in a trave, madl crowd, I
devise and loqueath all loisttrauos,
in-pirintg sports of rivalry. I give to
them the dipedain of weakness a nd
undaunted cionifielne in their :wnn
strength. Thiougli hey. a're rude and
rough, I leave to them alone tile |low-
er of making hlst'imag frieintld'sips mtd
of .N4o e-%t1Kg <,,,,1ti ,,tiims; tid ta,
them exa, usively J ive. all In-rry
twongia asjid lran *horus- to sing
with tinmaoth voices to troll them
"I'emt-And to tlhoe w ho are n i
longer children or yoitlis or lovers I
leave onemsory, and I leave to Ithelm
the volumes of the i.Kms of Burns
and P'hakeptvatr.-, and of other i.iets,
if there are (thers lo Ihe end that
they may live thie old day. over aaaint
freely and fully, without tithe- or
dimunauition; ani to those whlo ate mo
longer children or youths or lover.. I
leave, too, thie knowledg- of what a
rare, rare' world it is. I
,V IHLoSsTON :- Is.ii


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Gaincsville, Florida.

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JacksonYille, Florida


A positive, permanent, and safetcnre for Malariz.
Chills and Fever. tContaiiis no poison. The bc-t
Tonic, Anti-I'eriodic, App-tizer, and Stren :. -
ener for pale, sickly fenr-lcs a ndlchililren kntown..
Brings the glow to fated cheeks; makes weak
children fat and hearty.
Tablet form; tasteless: easy to take.
Price 50 cts. Trial Size, 25 cts.
Dr. Alexia^ler's ,iver R't;l-.'lto- r ",1r'- rt"i.
tiv.s. forpid L.ivr. CoT:-tiit..tLon, Sick
Price 25 Cents. Fo. sale by

VWm. .\nh.r-.r. DruL,,_,t. t().hi. Fla.

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-. T 5IST R N K,
4-c(i k Circuit Ccciir


) rcf th 'e 2ath dcliv a'NOVV-Icebr. Idj)2,
1" thy aI tie 'thJi daic im caricuit of Fluricta
ill itand1,r iltlion it)? ,ity. ini chatiic-ry. ini a co-r
I. tin ac-c- ~e jw.!ithuflt vin. wherein Wna 'IV.
Frttah-r'e,%t T, M, iaIAtt an t P k Mtcs. et.
Were l-ivc-ti it i-..f lie undcer-igneci. special
ulasttir nInaci an IIaild decree willoil
hoimtw-si the hou s of u ai.n. anid 2 1711Illi
liint A the -nh icidor of the covirt houc-. ill
-i~t k crnty. (,11-,r ii 1(1 Cxp 'tafor sale to thle
hitgiie-t cit cc1w t .laler 6"'ica-li lie nloryagreg-
~ c~c-.c-tit-. n -aid (dee--eeea%. is t fit)ofthe
11!an "A10t %ciiL01cititV dlit tit
F.' cVS

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Ill *i-, tlIu nlt C.,Ir!t I tIh r:;th Jui'u ial Circuit
o :i an'' r Martarin county, mi
< i'C : Vy.
ltn';-i' 1 1n ]'hc)-;cl; it'- omran.iy. a corpoiration
o.! th"e ':w. K i.!ia cotn l,.ainant, vs.
i,> r ,' A.V it.,-::--.s -!'.ft.-n 1T :. (oRDEI,- "1 THAT TIHE FENDA.NT
A t uorgt- A !i-TIt I. 1 -Tin i i ci:ir:t; !i iat htl
i~ r< qv .c' I" :c;>! air to thle bill i caiii-
p.. i I,,, a in .-coi..n-' nil Monday. the 211(1 da y of
Fe'rul rvAry ) I ') .
It -. iutlhrr ,tr .t-C' tli:t ia copyv Il this order
ch ;pOmi;-n .1 ,cll(t :i V'twek for eight ccri l.rutlive
wee-ks 'i nt-- t cnala Ita ntit'r. I one~ii tli.s ,'th clay
,I! N venTiictr, A, 1). ., 2.
T. T. c<1ri N Clerk Circuit Ccr1tt.
C-miiila:nant* %-<.liciti r. ui as


(ltuctc' it ti''t, !'4 in'I ; -c rtain cal,-,I Oy thi-
1Ho,)norale \VWil' c, l- Iti;l-k Jidgez. pending in
the Circuit Ccii r ,t thti Filth Julicial Circuit of
Florida in Ind tf)r th. ountvy of Marion. in
chuinc -rv. whermei the \\ I'e- -I'FRLY SAVINGS
HANK. of \'.--triv. i:I the later of R lhode I s-
landl is co niicp:.niiiit an II ATTI'E ) ALLEN,
*'ANYV IiS-I'll| T I..XNCA.T ER l tanl wVII
RICH1'R-) McCON.A"'.1V ant l H:NRY A.
IcU-E cl. ;a t- >! lfed-iialit-: I. the Urilnrmiged
s!- ,tcli l'i'astl r naidiied anti :pi;pp itti t :1 s;ti
tlt crtt to e\eC tI tht' sallit., will, ion
.V -'r, i.d /.''i, t : -: /ao .:) 1. A. /). r,
'-twcen the h,'r- f 'l'vntl 'clock in the Ii e
>c iti. :ac. to n c c k in the" llt'r to!ii
at thell- tlih NT,; ':. m'i t.iilt v -i t -i-- i cl xo \ ) ~- f r ,I -t ii ?'lil
l' it -!, t ,. t "t; li '-.1 : I- il tlict, s ihfl de -cc ;tcd -
S '. c _1 '' l Int1 a.c it tit t .l! i d c .> ti 1i e l t :'
t.,-ti ,.tii! v '1:', of tl tihe A 'I'a (-7 aT;tlnt ill
t'- "l,-li;, lt't'en, L.,tnge twventy 1 two) t t. in ctiitv. -t;ate u Flor;idai, and thnciec
IIIcIlIti;!i t-, >-t t lit c.ltii'- Indl niinety t't'-lcn
lik..I. h,' .tt, tl,,ith tA. Iltv livvtechains, anil tooitt
-iit h ln l. te-ict' a-igt i lit chin and ; t ninetv
'v v!n lir'k ., "i'-ti-e *-1cuth twenty ive- clainl
,, t'r. 'rt\ eight '.ik- to the pl ce- t .,' hc gr l ininig.
and ll il. the 0 -a i.1 land! coan cy 1et l v ." VWilli *til
Co)x onc l-'lrna y I tl. i '. tor N nnie R. Rt-n-
f'ac cil r Itfn'- tcn>i -it Hf r'iit R Rf nfroi s-m il
Nan tiI- he' .i th lit la '-ilitki.-l lit ron;ii intended tby
Harriet. said ,h a )ti-be:ng record'-.t in ldeed l ook
. N- p" -ge-,n --it 72.! tA the re'c(ri of Mario
colI nt Floricl'. ,(-'titt iiiiit liv eby tini;ti ,n
tweityv tiWo:m i(i c Ic' iT. A(i'>Tt i r e st -. tor .o
mniiich the:t,,f ;ci will -atis'v the sail decree ait,;
co is. Tnu? Dn-citnt'el s. \,, '
S;..-c'ial MNa-icr it Chaictry.
C'Imll.aintnt'i St olicti r. i 1 5


S ,.ar attl ,,'y vt thii'yf I it IItl >I; Ic(-ee' of lore-
cio-i~- ii.l -;lu lnt it a d ;it:cl -iitcrt'l It-y tilt' 1"1i-
i lrt '.i \\ ili'.-,I; "-. ilH k n <- .. a' of the Fi ttIh
icntt .: :t t i, ," Irttrni a ill ani i l.,r
tlo. c. hn'v oa Mtrioit iI1 clham:t! 1". -itting,con the
.iih cIv oi N v i- t.'r A4 : ;, 2 ili ;a ce'tic t
c:.l'-t tic< ;t i! f, l" tt''ii ,t'til Ic II' 1 .
A V'I1Atl. :. ,. ; i.cnl: lt ,,ihc )A l'. A .
\i.\ Vl-t a>i N I .l l : ctm t< fn tattt I will tG-r
or -. >it -, and .!g t 14t.,It r tcr c.A h.
.It pnj.) I .ct I '-.c !- Co.)c t ,,Il -ua 1 .lo).r "
'id .t l :1 ln !< pt ll c I- I t;i:. t tht. rtierei .
on thc-
I / ,.' .ia .:. ,, n 4. ; A,, It,, .. / ,'',
1 t 1 ,a "' a t!. t.' u! ". l ,' ? ti t nli :ati ct.,;t' 4 ,:.. ,- -- - i---- '4'! ',.!:!' ;l iT- c1 Y.t;*.
t -i7 I '.>. l' ... :- !!c<',' .t1 *-.a:I, F l'. cle-r'.'cr ;t-
A V "*ii+ : '.' """ cc r a ,Ve ,-c f" l.,t..l. ivi'c .
C t l l '. i, tinh. .,'i!t" of M .t;',c;l,
a p e ffland.
I, .-, t 1 ..,- t ,- tillll' ;i; par t it th ,
I,- ;c i tlt: ,. i -i ctiov i thirty i ,
fcA. ;i- t "cirtt- :: ,- W'h !;atl.I t- t i t- ;,:a r lt i.trci. y it -c il'<-! :
C' ititti ltlti'I :at li':l .'c c'at".' t -rnTa- \1 al L a'
rtll t. t-t tV : '; ll to t-., w t lhnl-
c':tv ii n of tii .w i lth-t -t qiari-rt I -t't ct .
tl i: v t the- :t r ith :lit,>; tlit- said I t-t
io n '!,T :int ,uI, -,ul ., t t q rtcr to t e
t. tit hwt ,! ,e r" I : ,', th c ,Iclt;i t <;at :-'a, t- l
ta t< tt" ,he,t r', : ;,mQ s- t,, !c" Ih l Cc c,,i ttlitt"I !'t: t. c ")!I-cit1' c.i\)- "
at tct-. !itc rc .'a + -t Iucct' t'icc :,* 2. a', t.
',1i-aR<;E M Ii,\Vr-:lo.
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1), 1 t'al i ct Tilt', INTER-I4 R,).
eji~-. ~hict icy2i'-t Inthatilit, a icwilii
i!!I ~t4 c. ct- 't. !I.- ici ct ec -hi1
a 1 I- c!-w ore C !e c

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Gainesville, Florida.

Famous T. P. T. [Tried-Found-True] Brand of Seeds

Guaranteed True to Name and to Germinate.


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, in and for Marion county, in
Charles C. Shooter, complainant, vs. Emma
Long and Stonewall Long. defendants.
Stonewall Loug, defendants, herein named
be and they are hereby requited to appear to
the bill of complaint in said cause on Monday,
the zd day of February. A 1). io).3
It is ordered that a copy of this order be pub-
lished once a week for eight consecutive weeks
in the Ocala Banner Done this the 26th day of
November A. D. ro2oz. T SISTRU'NK.
Ai.R[.i I & )AVIs. Clci k Circit Court.
Co< plainant's Solicitlr xi a21.


In the Ctrcuit Court of the Fifth Judicia: Circuit
of Florida, in and for Marion county, in
Clara \V. Birnide. comTplainant, vs. Norbert
A-hley Ihirn-tde, defendant.
I y .vUtrn'isi'c the- e!vfndant herein n.iamedi
1 1- h'il he is h re'tby r'jt ii t'ed to appe'n to the
i' .'t c p;::I i it I I t- caue on Monday. the
1h1: 1, ot a lJailc 1t.. A 1 I> .3
It is hirther o t t hat a copy (if thi. oriter
1ie pubilhie-il oict :i wt ek for h, r t ,in-,'itivtt
w't-k e I i liht ,C:tia nn ;, Deo-r. Done tis the 2th

For spring planting. The old stand-
ants: Warwell Wax Bean, Valentine
HIkan, and Extra Early Refugee Bean.
Triumniph, laud S., and all other
leading varieties.
EgK Plant.
Genuine High Bush, the only va
riety that standh the cold and wi
bear slhippi;ig under almos all ci
culnstal.e.-s. One)i large dealer in New
York writes: "I can get more fo,
this variety after they have bee
knoeketl around the store a week
than for atny other on arrival."

Thonmas' (en. ieemarkable for it
rapid Lrowth; perfection of form;
bright, glossy red; fnlue grain atnd de-
licious flavor.
We keep every kind of seed adapted
to Florida.
Ouar Pricet
Are always the lowest, and will be
furnished promptly upon application.




Southern Copper Works.

Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

and General Metal Workers.

(Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
through the, country a specialty. Orders by mail or
wire. will receive prompt attention at either of the
following works -








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Sevmd for'ovar bImliokhltIII1 I0TATOES.".
013 '(4111 hithEI. 14 D 1lpant u~iae emlsi.


Y~aumuua11,1rr f lihail I(.rtillzeus 311gl61 upet(jill (.replFormuisat

Deullers in

Niew and Second Hand Machinery.
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Aids Diguuesti

C s Oiy 5 cts mat ist TEETEMING EASY.
*r Or sil 2 m et to C. J. MOFPPTT. M. D. ST. LOUIS, MO.
S. c., Nov. 2L. 1O.-1 wasAMadvised by our family bhy! Claa to Chalestom to sieTEIIA
Ittaour by wen be was but a v-- young infant, a. Preventive ocv! 3ad oWarm s.adsweeten th.estomach
LA itS usez i in teething troubles. and I h effect bas been t4und tobes ovry beneftialansee from ..ngu
hi aone of the necessa ities whena m iss anew babyinthehouse a unt eh mbsewea
rm sa.TWELL.AT, (Xinager Dly:Times d Wsely sea )


S Big Rowton Lettuce.
We are pushing this Stanndard va-
riety as in former years, for it is the
Bc-st Lettuee for market gardening.
Long Island Growsmn 'abbage

We have all varieties. Thi- has al-
ways given results highly satisfactory
to the grower and eonsumlner.
leralii Ila Onion vSeyd.
We htave s., this .season of our owni
imnportation. anil custolli-ers can flt-I
assured thier is ,nne better.
Ho-ky F ord Cantaloupe.
Our.s.--c ias Irrnwat f<.r us specin.lly at
It,.-k.v Forl. C'ol the lin t i-t le-liri:te fl:tv)r oaf aly (a t-
louile, andl always liriigs the hihiet-st
market price.
I 3111 rpl e4'4d ('1t 'E1Be11 r.
This i. a aamos-t excellent" variety.
Mature- earlier thaian :my otlier anil
lais gi venil ]erf-,.t satisfaction as a
Ahipper fir tlie pist five years. *

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aiMMer anbst, --e-t

impaIn have eWry little reek for
S MpmiaBy TIn the lad-pebi&e die- _
"eai, wheebmn ay m n.s I ha been
m er lnto ImNL. lad-rock main-

m rbMe htlt t he phorphate O

le mmme d DIs melea s and aerom *
an WItMmamOanem river in Citrus -
euty, W- Otagly ,agitating the m-
matnr et buildneg sther railroad /
ftm their miars to 4he gulf st or d-
btw PNrt lugli, no that they may
gt tlbeet of eebep ocean rats." -
The etmsa ip Alberta for Venice
eMaMd iMt we r am Havanash, Us.,
with 1187 tom igh grade Florida
ph-phate rock, valued at ,1.7e0. forO(r ,-
Genes. The steamship Groesmoont
elredm for armene with 2073 tons of A- A ents F r 0

Aa eqatSr"...-o CHASE & SANBORN'S
The iicage Iter-Ooean b-t -^ m

IAs ChiMgo." Under the head of "The an dous
Vemesamla Situation," It tosees a 0
very uafagraut bouquet into the _/
peideMVet's ocelal family as f allows: d-
"The Hoa. John Hay, secretary of
ftA, e.t a credulous diplomatist and a l-
mearighted politician. He is weak, l- 0
Imeimpetent and wholly futile. The (Ij
Mager he stays the worse he gets. He
ft wiat ail asi na the Carribbean. If -.
tie nation is to get relief i- Vien elalu ,
the fiMt move met be the elimina- o
Uta of Hay and Hayiin from the ne-
gttims Otherwise ths country will d-
eetinue to twiddle away a p rProuas d'
heritage for a few scrapqof paper."'

KiEn (ErniE's car.
The new royal train, ..which was <
Umed for the rflt time this week by
the Kicag ad Queen on their Journey
to Gopsul Park, where they, mya a
dpatch from London, ar guests of |-
LArd aMd ldy Howe, is said to a Ie
Mes" $31.000. It was built by the
Leedo. and Northwestern Company,
ad is amid to be the moot luxurious
and beautifully appointed in the

Tbe Ocala Baptist Sunday school *
has adopted a new method of cele- A
beating thristmas this year, by giving
inatead of receiving. Every scholar do-
will bring a gift, which shall go to
make Christmaa brighter in boms
es fortunate than their own. These GEY
gifta wbich will he of a practical and
wetaatial nature, will be brought .
to on Meaday evening before Christ- am---
ma*, and a committee consiating of *
ee metaker from each class, with
pmstar, wiUll distribute them among '
the poor ol the town.-Metropolis.
atre-mnan I Davs says every =. ..
Floridiam has "a leaI fortune in this ^'-
magnificent climate." Now, since
thas is an asete we manst spend, we
meet cmotinue to have a "largefor-







tnme" forever, and we can now ac- '
count for the fact that every Flori. .
di"a "amts as if he owned the earth I *
and the fullnew thereof," as a Ient d -y
critic found.-Times Union and C:.I -

Large consignments of fireworks
have be-n shipped from New York to I V
eitie* south of Mason and Dixon'
line, from which it is estimated that -
ever a million dollars worth willIe e l -
set off this Christmas in the south
aloe. That is a pretty good price to t.
pay for nolte. tAttle wonder that the i- \ "
there boys make such good Sol- CALL AND SEE US
diem. They fight and shoot in order ,-
to make and thar the nome.

omeboasdy suggests the Hon. Alouuxo -\
Prlttbility BeSkin, of Marion county, *
for the next governor of Florida. If g-\
Brother Baskin is not out of politics, M.
he is certainly out of common ene. *
Mr. Baskin is too good a suan--too



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