R. D. FULLER,.
Office Over Munro & Chamblit
J. E. CHANCE
Rooms"9, o and it,
Second' floor. Holder Block,
L F, BLALOCK
m0 *mr c.mleWC talk
Ofe05 Heure-4 to 12 a. m.n:1to5bp..
, TERMS, CASH.
CharIes D0. Hulbert, M. D.
M mepalc fnyslcu
Office ,Second Floor The Munroe and
Chambgis Bank Bulildng. Oeala,
Telephones: Office. 322; Residence, 221
*-I a. m.. 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-O30 n. a.
CSMTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P.61 onU .
Opm into the lobby of the
Ofers thle very_ best servire of
slMWed workmen with moder,- ap-
liances. St.,ictly sanitary. Elcc-
,*tc fans. electric m a'ales
Iel Raimq Water at all TItS
VINCENT C. DETTERICH. Manager.
KdYER S MACKAY
tuliters and Embalmmers
0. I. MeVLPR ALFRED OWCN
file Caskets and Burial Robes
AU4 Work Done by Licensed Em-
Wmers and Fully Guaranteed.,
,. *even nim
City. born. boat d by th. month..
Sr boeh ,ed an cared for If d sired
.~Uses fed also by day or meal.
V BHenres and all domestic animal,
* ttested. Thoroughly *quipped for
pqfrterlin any operation.
1 eBfmtif horseshoeing done.
L F. GUERRANT.V. S.
"dk Phil"1in Night' Phone 1M
tgtbroack =_ -
and Alsaseasa, w le eamepown a"Wo WINg tI
the presidewteee p rsow ha. he U5 bw>
xratlfletslm which be eyhieuftl
*Yed 01 being es"Ulp-eeI
large and euteINUSUc e1F11VF4, W"_
had not votWed 'ftr hMW 8Ne~ikO. U-
mero*npt of-mtw-80111ge ap-'th
CltApilasn at the am*. tie lmk W
a twisch of bmay bdds_4S-ib* Opp
of a reminder thatbet in8Psm t nKW
predictions ha Psu ei) tine m 15.O ~ ~
not only did the people 01 tr:~B
seem to accept him as thei
--berfl~te a 0 "*s'th. ewebeng0
dohet tae u" 0u0 b~flso 0 4/T
I~ ~~b 1~~e o~~ peftou
down here ;to aee.amq.
and sa*y to tU etol~ u"
give~f yoath rthtat t*b1
agand withows It- b~u
asw hm c ftb UWiib alnaM hale 11d S4I
te. I muc rgt #0 cia ui4 tM' IouMt S V
and myt thdeed ntm
andwles k an~d mm I-4--q" f h tt
asmch of it ul ~nA"UK"
American dineaws ta dej s t sa nd by ubOO, II" X:'
the mane wiho anEuUAsuftaVoes t~
Dof t reM dsint viine'tJI
-he trust the enoftt.%,giIngp #th.hA
their tr- h ength ad a~ ete- 'Sb51S~~
you eRto dp.t t hat p41t, Waevkt#Vb).W 1'
When y 'wo avqaenswhoa stM~DW5*3 ~
We will donIt) yW-014ge yn
wfork dse*.thaOote ymaim whO L40
disrusa ehentitses Otoyoar e VVW p O "and-UW,1111
thefirdtength and yMaiuhtn& t tes* r,
1lon tho men that gart doing yor wik.*~rs av
you doct cre ~u- wheterobbA see te- m*u. s a'-
Wfork done. Thea *m .wv ,b~q~d'i-
wriksEalle exttrlUe to tyaw typag&W
1go hpeck "On themBeer -ottohev ny -i
of akehisenalf p reindumstN to gte APN 5j
oanfothne w ie 119 YO ise UT .P
oests know what oe moq.tshe
nbout. It will e bft-taie-ot
fr~om gal dhesirlie to eNiboIh
Wont .som e p Itkl.. /ist
'I ~~mh~ tb~~t~alu~N
WAinIMQTOW PL_"asioKa lf
estW., t I. knowlomwithA
wie)i"WM Not owe",b a a ti ofce ppyI
ters, nestef a to destV2Ci tem ad OU
bewe md *41
them. o abuc. IGONOm *0 1000,
11rnW. Mm Gothle l ANNOUiMan f hui- amiSJ -
can* I comuam. and s"thg a0
of the board of ~
by Presidetftt oo&myuiVO iii U
Onamhaaftdly is epier Of Uu
of the rs'em0 eiruI
COL. Gtetbph ibto ko
""Ia!projet vivo- i
smid a year at%.a&" Mat40Ao-a*-
canal WSJee~i4 ~E8dbp
The *bon-* isV6"I~
eb"Nal, kle n
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C. L. ITTINER A CO.
C. L. Bift pr md R. IL Carrel
Prwopreters aG Publishers.
C L. WIrlNER,
- .' litor and us ral Mausaer
R. R. CARWOLL,
City Editor and b lMas Man.agr
OR C. G. VIADELL'8 ADORES
Dr. C. 0. VisBe, of IRe* Springs.
S N. C., anil pr1lde1r at girl college
A* that place undWr the auspices of
the Pmrsbyteriam *. of the Ta"
He-il State. killed te pulpit iof the
S Oala PrssbyteriIa church Sunday
morning andl prdihd a very effect-
S-rve. ablelsermon frm- the text: "Chil-
sfc- AlIIc yor po r mtl'" He show-
hi youth the idea gets into the
S. atf the children of the land that
maand only relates to their
I0 Bf life; that It refers to the- obed-
reapet -d lv they sh.,uldl
pact ; a J when they come
I. nto the estate z f t adl'* Wd ad wom-
"- yhood this comimd is fulfilled and
th oblIgation cesas. This was a
S tRhve mistake and it children are
p"per yreared as taught not only
S love and obey their earthly par-
ents but the reter an I more .acred
obligation of ohbeqlce to their Heav-
e lt Pftther: that if they love and
I oby them it follows as ilght does the
day they vill not forlr-t their love
7. and obedience at home.
NO1 IUustrated*the'ev'*y 'd-y cases
of young people's e sodut and how
.. that conduct If not of the proper and
bo able character, bri s sorrow,
grief and pain into the luarts of their
& l,&rtnts' and how the community In
which stch disobedience is practiced.
f. telsa the.h row of the error of the
Sild's way. ft was not ofly known
) e home but outside t h- home and
l aft to the God of t in universe.
Ier thy father and thy mother was
'' of the greatest commandments
sad asM it I lived up to and obeyed
brians the greatest of pleasure and
Yesterday afternoon was L r..Dodge's
day to hold an open air m-reting at
the Ocala House. but when he repair-
1 .frt there there was no one to lead the
timingg and so he did not pre ch, but
went to the Methodist church tv he-ar
Rev. W. H. Coleman of the CIrlstlan
church, preach to the men.
S ev. R. H. Barnett in Introducing
Rev. Colemon, said it was not the
purpose of the Metbodists in any way
to laterfere with the revival meeting
S"In the Christian church and when the
'., ethodist heard that Rev. Colgman
had arranged for a meeting, although
they had about arranged for a series
r .- of revivals, they withdrew, but Miss
- tama Tucker's coming was very
much sooner than Rev. Barnett hiid
o. ..anticipated and ner engagement was
el.. t that it was now or not at all this
The meetings that have been going
S on at the Christian church closed to-
day aN SRev. Coleman urged all of hi.
S people to rally to the meetings under
.Miss Tucker's administration. Rev.
'. Coleman, while he only spoke to a
handful C men, did it so interestedly.
S bstructively and Impressively that he
received their closest attention. He
.' abwed that when people get into
t4b r oarts and ,iAnds the proper
Conception of their relations with
% God, spiritually, it changes the whole
S ature of their being and their rela-
tisni With their fellow men. That
G"-o wam above all and ever all and
Oaly be could lift nu up to him anti
h* 1ereby.va ke us like nato him,
-. .'e gave a nmtbeaN of .stances of
1t. ean In his church who began life as
iper barefooted beys., but whose first
'. alegtilce was with God and how
those men grew and prospered until
Sverything they touched turned to
g M, but in their prosperity they had
e.'.- deserted or betrayed their Lord
a d Master. Their loyalty and trusmt
grw v il with teir years and as their
mta-rai duties mlhipldied they never
I lest .llbt Of the church. Sunday
S.e- l and prayer meeting obligations.
t. h oug *the poasessot of millions,
*' their business cares were no excuse
to Sereake Christ and follow Mammon.
Bt as the God of love and kndnews
vered tb material fortunes, they
a-seal in his -dse grew and they in
tar. speedd thousands and hun-
dreds of thtqasmds to, further God's
m:asie as wel as that of their common
COUNTY FAIR MEETING
- A county ?air meeting will be held
a net Thursday might in the court-
* house. probably In the sheriff's office.
to discuss measures for the coming
c aemty fair in December next This
will be a very important meeting and
S as great Interest was aroused in our
late coWty fair and a splendid show-
made, It is thought be beginning
i time that interest and the exhibits
"' Will be Increased. I" this Instance a
S ticrg Incentive in set before our
farmers to grow the best and the
largest yield per acre of corn, as very
I haidsSne premiums are offered for
,tbb. product and as it Is along the
S, right lines. we Itlst this feature will
'be emphaslsed aed ar. extra fund'rals-
ed to stimulate the growing of other
S J U meak returned Saturday
Ansi- tram Tampa, where he went
to enjoy the elte fair and to present
to the t MrlW 'W hibit 14 antlers of
eer slati b ths Marion county
Nim rod during the season Just clos-
Teon of the antlers were gold.
Stopped and four as nature made them.
Be also took down four deer hides.
,'two tanned and two untanned. They'
made a- very creditable addition to
t Marion gotys eWtt and Mr. W.
D. Carn, who has charge of the ex-
I Mt, was elaeat at their arrival. Mr.
osk said tlir was all right and
the races fte.
SA rare treat Is Is store for local
irg for their respective sBis "ad as
evidence of this war &Airt to oine
county 120 men had been kmlle tO a
year. Said preachers were scarce a4S
in many counties they 14 ot aver-
age one and you eUa ride l4et miles
without seeing a church.
In that; mountainous and rugged
country theste were few horses or
mules. Everybody walks sad thetri
cultivation of crops I dobe with the I
hoe. He said In a courPn lty of 00
persons there were only vew professed
Christians. They have tl few natives
preachers, but none can read He re-
ferred to the self-denial of men and
women who had gone lati that ouMn-
try to Improvg the mental and spttt-
ual condition of its Peo0le, persons
education and .re@femewt who left
positions paying tlsm 7S to $146 a
month, were now workfnWi hot tfit
money, but for the love ( humanity.
They are .the best teachers ou earth:
While uneducated they ate brightest
people on earth. Their chlMren. Al-
though thiy cannot rqa a word, aa
commit in a Iredbl sh Otii e
verses In the Bible to memory. ,Do
these people want the aspel. They
certainly do. So eager are they to
hear all about Clod's love and Chtl's
life that they come by the doa aa4
sit on the ground. ueh a t isa
fashion does not exist amo tbetss.
They wear today the clotbht, em as
%they have. that were worn l o : ad.
Ington's time. He paid the *m.-aIuhy
of their character was derligt .ti
beautiful. They tved poor, thbd et
comprising beaus and qura bWr IIA
Speaking of the salary -o ,fs-c
preachers as they have. he O ,bLfr2
a mouth was all tThey :fet5WM d
OD. 1r < Wc42UMRAS ASMOM*
At the Prnbyterian Sft Iy-
&gas T Sig at th.e M lwe
*o Tennessee, Meet Steas l In.
resting and Entertaiaing One.
Dr. E.I lu. rrant spoke last Bight
about the mnst unique- and resmarki-
ble people on the face ef the erth,
the higbl glt of Americ,
mountainers of the C. du'
mountains and their mallU iladi
spiritual condition. -
He began his talk *ith Matl
Luther and the little sehbo- aeS I
tended and what might be- A ei to
that group of boys. He.theg rfee e
Biblical story of theft good l i.,i
the stwy of opasa aCbtribe
injunction of treating -Tyor w g~im r
He believed in foreign m.Ikns;,
they were doing a good work, -but did
not forget there were those a 4 o
very doors that were thir-tlung an
dying because Airitual lnstreetio
was not given them. He referred to:.
the poor and destitute of New York
and the means employed to get thqm_
to hear the gospel In the misslfein l
th- slums.' If these people uone and
hear 'the preaching they gt asome-
thing to eat
He spoke of the moutsal e e
coming from Sctland and tlat IS eM
year in years gone by 30,10 RHigh-
landers came to this country and set-
tied among the Cumberland momn-
tains and their descendents are there
tc.day, Independent and high spirited
as ever. but dense In their IgnoaUce
of books and the precious truths of
The doctor told how he got lato this
s,,ul having work. He baa originally
studied to he a doctor and In iss prae-
tit he often had calls from these
simple mountain people. Tbrough
these calls he learned m, o" aharae-
tertitles and made him .take to the
ministry and for forty years be
been egaced is th b rke64i w._
ca;rvying the gWi t di*p r a
to these benighted people.
people were the purest type'. the
Anglo Saxon race to be ,in the
world. He said there wh&itA dede
of thousands of these peiptle'rho *11
never seen a black man, a ratlead, a
church, a school house or beard I
sertnmon. These Highlanders lG all
the. characteristics of their forebh-
err. They were a serious people and
in thirty-seven years be ever Bear
on, of them laugh. They were sens.--
tiv land suspicious, but werf the stul
of hospitality, and by their endeavor
to entertain strangers they put to
blush that brand of hosptitay In
communities that had all the advant-
agesf of civilization. He Iew of a
case where the wife of eme' of the ,
mountaineers walked six II1l to gtI
a little corn neal to bake a pone for a
He spoke of the case of a a .n-
tain,'er who had four beds In oty one
room, fourteen feet square, and be--
sides his family of four entertained
Ine strangers who chanced- I, t, A.
ninth one sleeping -o the flooq~
for .11 this would take not a .et In
He spoke of their poverty. Said In
an effort to build a church, which they
'vyei- mich desired, a collection. was
taken uv and cents were ound Jk
the lot. 50 cents of which twoaelag*
ers present contributed, but .thiat
church was bWilt all the aMie. 'The
doctor had built 27 churches while In
the service. Speaking. of, collections
taken in a big audience, resulted in
getting 9 cents. These are Instances
of their poverty.
He referred to their, desire to hear
the gospel preached and to unite with
the church. A man wIth a family of
e'e-ven children came- to him -d whth-
etf to know If he could join the 4dheb
barefooted as he has Do shoea an- 'O
treans to get them. fie wras takNt't
and made an exemplary maeIe".
Scarcity of raiment was saUch the
was not a skirt for a wom-an -Ia a
whole neighborhood. Same of needles
to sew. When a poor -roman was
msupplied by a missiuary, with a
needle, she was asked if she aded
anything else and repfled*ia e*verF-
thing but chnilin, Otwglleh;. AI'
eleven. -: ..
The country was -ted 4
l. s. Referred toa gig Whe Is
had 21 brother a and as wHt
had a- dosen. Childr tw s
thought of. <
Speaking of their bravery ,a war
pirphit. Dr. Guerrast said they did t
know what, ear was and 21 yea af-
ter the'clvi war they were stitf ght -
* PO1~QPiED -A ,Ub Km
of thetl d
him to go to e service. l'h
mm replied he did at take a dare
from ay ee aId he wet and be-
C converted an ad s asow a power leshe
f tu dotor a- for,** ra"-
fethe s holed T .t -
nAddeat mnd meat hA.u|lf -nd hemat asverss,
tdia* ctoyo r ha-r frv o eUat oued acc
Sbeati.t set ce isction to evetr .b aI
SalD. m. a f
conducted as the etnr e the-
erculosle campaign. Instead of follow-
1i3 the Jacksonville exhibition this woma
esrles of one-day sesstons will follow ICIUt5 a n 1
the Pmnea ., exhibition. Definite t iniea
des will be announced a week or so a
later. but sabttag about March lt M
full-day aUti-tuabwer@ails meetshe
will be held at each of the followinS .VS. P
cities: Tallahassee. Lake City, O.ala.. A lU ttbo
Gaflesvl e. Miami and Key West. .
orA--at thtuy4t u "f *
J ,nt- L-.e wre v" Ugte
Thale dining ew lk i til 'ee- p f.S
erod redt m e tjo-aHb ae ""emHav wI
inOf ""fth -W- *b-q"
Sc lls' A" m mrh ..
t tbh e @f IIt the: .
enurtine t intehae hlgsed olfthe
Thfe -nt al M44 b".t It-"aItA-
ftahlks teah guens w fro g
Hofeat bof JI e AsiUEt att d
of leaguerp and everal naaj.ileus w
HouMe ofGOW d aAnne eUi.
don will lead. -AUtl .ay '.,
give the JuAMo tAMUlk ad t wl t ^be time
oter.. W Tereoo a te _.
and Mxtuerea rl vtedo. -
A wl .Weel f panMV h ,lnaow buft= SO S
ot.er W.ah Hod 'city. 2-4 friendly, _to
A visit to the state fair in Tampa
will not be complete if you fail to stop
at Certr, the S ith Florida Man Or-
der House = ad mse-the MAanar, JOel
T. Mci of Ocala. tqu cal't -Mwa
the pbace U It in an fAtydbee ttet
I t as- ym start mevr the T.-
b.ye as ane a stock oc a
Neuya mad XA .uilPr. two naw
Usta Is.'s Chill Tonie. Guaran-
te& P Sce Uq. Sold by all dragg1 t.
The Arst amd last t0germuI'l.- ye
the ait Is vte ftai ia Mt a
Order Mouse on Laftayecte tre. Just
at the entrance to thte bridge. It is
the irst place you see Fb-re you cea
get liquors as you go over and the Arst
lace., as you return. John T.
Se" lat oI C f aarge, ug a
veoy o wtee-.
PAZO OINTu sT is guaranteed t
cure any ase t tuobi h Ifit;ld. Bleed-
lag or PrIotradwe Pken 6n 6 to 14 dayr
or money Sfrt
.pm .es, spenges. direct from the
dl.pii. Priteo (hat ,,,rie. at tl'
i.' SkL a a z- .
,TW Car at
.a g- v Co at M
two ward Mt U
k. ...^''" ^r-' _.^46.f *
To tncrodLoe ;
k-". )me r- 1
to Louis, lLz
fits O WhUich m I.'
ontmnt of all tma I
kH and teachers of
dilanimea MATin jult
,, O lin_ -am
th". we 45-A- 1
evening Bible reading Wli
Winning tI whh
he~ mini. in.
on a mtszle when he us- ids Aimsubeevs
muday. Reward for return has lubdetahen te-ky* -"
am 44 g#4*yI#
~C* .*a t.4
A'. .W~ 'e .i'~~si~%
and expels the
Sold by a* ,r&
* ,-'7-9*F ---4 .-. -
- .~ -~ .. -I.
Preu~a 106La LAsers'. two nMW
perfume. at the.Posto a VinS"
The Bible reading. of h-g
Tucker at the
wto = sh
te aj~ J>A-iX a
.a-- U' ~
are butd ^a
T Munro,- & Chamblss:' Bk ^-.-I MaI
There are many ways in which It ser:_e -,l.- .B
Jeblc.-.Out th. onle now most Va IN okkhe
hapi. it to help with loans. we will eet the. c .or.- die
l4,. l ,x(INORIORATID) m w e. s it orh & ea ., ad '- /
m0 0 rc fi imnity In thel Jos of t e raby. ohf.. .. b-
2l IpLItes,2le.m Mur studio. & V, Rob" Mee1, i_
ODD Mr.FLL W Mr&lW.. ItelbA of Ap--
lsoton. Ala., a at'the Ocala House. Be sureandread the
SOCALA S i oo -, re stdi- OfL
/. Mr. J ,A. Kal t memo" Is Rat iIII
I NEW SUBULiRB /at*** *I. -sB !
U| 'V S U. i 1 Uz NUB. the ear* and ient r4uAtion to I.s pupiHL
I r. J Ter r att was
r THI IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
0 O? Mr. T"hM s %aJr .. of Roc r ell ,, .
"O PO ITE O A A A N R. .. I.e..
Lots $250A0 Eac
$5.00 Down and $5.00 a M.nth Li'- -,.I-
J&- 11P. _L 410of Dunnellon was
C. C ForF Pan.rteimtlar -- -"-"esord- Hous
.. .. umeI M thoms ter of the very b.e._d410 I t 1i.-di-sU
FutWlor:46* 0 k I price,, ,tl st. A-
IedO] id t The hoqse Is bee, cle ... .kop aor.I
Old IIs thoroughly turnt-Ied th"- g.
M* ARION R A TY C -RweELC O :Sipok at h &ttoktbeMr. Maxwell *in .
. .. -, ,b ," ." aie.st ta- e board be -ept--
A. Frank, Mgr.. i=. t h four.an.. It
OPPOSITE OCALA BANNER 4 ein.4spm Wu7 wal
Mes4lames Iay craft & DeCamp take pleas. *tree Daug F.akI:. o T4 4 m
ure ini annoiiuning to the Ladies of Odala The-man. Hmm anse
and Vicinity t att hat a they have juist received uMr.Arthur W WI -i was the guest ce PWoV 'd -a ..3 4*-M hlit.I
fhis sister, M R. f.S. Ha l fty. 't 4 a.e l unray u .itre Io
aK large shipmeInt ofa" sa a n ae s mtoday.us
READY--TO- .WEA. HATS U p ...on. A. -. P. a
which are now cii exhibition at the ir f i lli- Lw ,, f i Tt I. ,-.,..
nery Parlors oni Magnolia street They Ohio. sf a the at*0"-af.. "*. M. 00
Mwl--Y- Hay<:raft fe _e~amp "ake pea? ." ^I -r" es.la rp "- .,--^, --,I
invite the ladies of Ocala to call and in. s a se ta wlste tit o aa
speot them 7%e Ocalaes n had a. big ay
f Bttrday.Fimfty arrfals. ed the bow
HAY CRAFT &- De ICATSP mth-
eNTntants. lorks and everyone who fancy 1U*Wtf Chit n that wo eare o ,mptGMof hAMNA -yea-- t
TA EN TI one.r t,. supCe, ,,- &nd Dre= I-- Dtt . o_ -.- .' --"
Jaw. e i BON_ peop of Oct a rw, m
0 0 5 11OE S S N T E S T AtT- KmNO TIC ED rrg abD o'
Sh dayucit an c..untanton clerk, and everyone who ancy itnpwtB CNR that we an symptoms of h~ &ehe, rn wr[aslI- MIS LW ^
-l ties from offo $uPe5 oiortrtk. We out t ake gWlagato Ttee B bob
e it at havh e carry the i e Itseof the a r H. IU a FrUitlami Par. a hyo ld t ex-
street. A. l M. I 'aSford. Phone94. stationery. tswrtasuppliesak, and Mr. F. W. I.tto. tn me t e aa
rre inducment to Ut e to naiate Kmin* Nsya WE OWE LStaaL CANE os
'-. for Q10. Addas P. 0. Box 1p. h, I
Twelve photost )ft Mr Studio. Mr. C.P. B.0r. of 'Maitay, v t
Rev. 0. IL arrison mwet down to the E Arw-rihk NureF~y Co.. ,a .
Mr. and Mrs. H. Packham spent Lake Wetr tbs 'afternoon to hold ser- town. a guest of the wrte sa 3m- T w earl t as-
Sunday at Anthony sad mheaM a mee teBe and wmbe here tfr u'(wNK aft- rism p-t
ermon by Rev. Newton Plumoner. k ete. Mt. er'a y t rearend ta ibe,
HMM. R. 8. Hall has returned from of the. bt and *Nt edxpetel la tr e ipne. to b m
nHavy you sem the nw Visible fy- Jacksonville. Mr. Hall returned Prl- state and any one wishitng goodin la V t
I holes typewriter?, R. C. VI & 6 day and Mnr. Hall remained over to his line woulM do well to see him te of a
general agents. visit Mrs. S. A. Rawls for a couple of while he is in the city. eated :s a .
FOR SAL-L-A fine Webber plan. Mr r. L. BItt-ig"r, a ... -mf o-th
Abe Brown. Ocalaft. 2--t _M Cori l laEt ftxeui committee of he Flord
1 I"" -- a.-.. .-,A t ,,~~. -d ., State Press Association, went toTmo -
TsadteM g8this afternoon to atte a
T o o t a d 2 C_ t io.-- _-"t J OS *-- .-n---t----- - at te *O.
..Mr. Herdon nof A W;" IN .r -
j returned to Ocal ayesterdsa .ot JacIa .day'toattled IIh. IM,. -
t -re a few daym who dft wWe il >U I do, l* i too 0tw by
,We have just recei ved from thei .
markets TWO CtARLOAPS oft e they win hi ll rtm. 1.40 t,
id we flly guarantee them.. 1e ar- Nura ,an Lse-e.' two'e Ie i"te w ill retrn
that w bahve had to offer our patrons WANPE-.P9j>,W..U:r.IA -. B
..always Werer to .make goOd on any- "rfumes at thI *tato e to Tt)a heMs. to C.,^-n..ol,^U wta we
,thing we s11 you an<1 are prepared to t lore -, : ig. t 8 3Ie Je ed th ]e gI1Ir
.a e ll y o u a s c h e a p n s a n o n e In th e I "." -'" ":t"l,.'t S-U "-- "i l "l ; .. .. .. '
euntrace farm. tun earlyntine and maker ..d a ., iy I'
murles; farm horn#.-s. sadrll.r hor"sesand hu ar Mottwam elected aompalaser
.y rlelegate by the P sa wbyter.an ch 1ti T Wob toe Ated art ,S , t@ t,. _-t.,
hRehpectfully* .p Ocale to rpprat thg sam> xt to P. abehm tow o-y s -
* |driving oes.tnPrbyta chndeinw .the Sooth --.--- t
Srm !i - --- .--Bngham. Ala. t wae- - .- ,-- -W e .
pairs. The anima ar all reliable- leae c I tt r -iOalk hat r e
and we rlly guarantee them. We ac uya and a Luseme at btme. e e
PC,...r1o*e A'roe..bEing S- nS.n
things sell you nd ar pre rlier, se **e. t r la, e m--, p afd aw tt. to t I |Il -
U Hm 1 P11 I OR SALE--,t city pt t %e ,"ga 4060pag 4Nis
saell you as cheap a s one In the '1010 41C on in e
iI .l l lllnom- .; ein early and akteet and m m..
yi UU UUII .r selecoiota -,-aordonS.,o.t---.wa -- -.electeda
te I Ocale to rebprest the sale .at t~,..if RiP i.-U h owtoda to V*11
WItt n rboised Witch of the S Ik g outhSe e ___________
WHEb wIA. Brown. &2 .it..et b & k. ..ad ber le ad 1a0e." SMal*
.011M M= a. **-u.uriOor1111Z
1 m44f eeag kem
-*01va s -'aam
1i4~W * as.
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$3'.50 Vici and Patent leather, now.......
$3.00 Sho s Box Calf Vici Patent
Leather, Dow ..............-. ..--...........
$2.50 Shoes, all Leathers, now ..........
1" ; .
A- Pair of Silk Finish Lisle Thu
Socks Given with Every Pair "
W. L. Douglas' Shoes
From $3.00 to $4.50
Now Is Your Chance-
Come and Get Fitted.
M. FIS HEL & i
C- C~ 4
UbrZ ~' ~USI'~ C
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Elewaut Ft.nch SiyI.C'~65
PmI Meek Rcker~'P.
~I~MO~i~ow1nIce 'for a rcmarknhly f-c ch~ift.
b~ut ascunt cuf ouwr .eat t.u:E ,'l ficj.i.ie, iwe
sellt to you fopr C.f, I $.6a- you W I--tyou Cna save
dimd wetaroai the fictory't.-ztta:!.es rI-t~ia bt
= V sake anod hea~, i~ ire is the Sputb to
yft *go Sft lt a~iri @,every' nir you bU7. 1:11S
wlWOat Zia jsaISs!s! *t r L. a!le 1- Can you
no -duffuuat t kises of chairs fi n prlor, dinize-
kein tces, pon h, b aI. m re, of-a..:.-*f mat Iste cheie
g@Itiveed~mishaamlit thue 3Ismr. 333,DIVAfl4 u
Iwesat ~ tt~ y ta tvp wutc" or y u m n y a k
n m m i~~ m i. m now Im~q m .J u ~
In Amwooerig this Advertisemient, Refer to
Pensacola$13.15, Mobile$15A,NewOdreatI 75
Slaw Ecu~arsion Rates ,i
On Sale Feb. 17, 18, 19 20,. 212
Only Line Operating Through Pullman Sleepere between
and New Orleans '
S.C. BOYLSTON, JR., Assistant Bonsai Passe~orAgmi.
SIDNEY HAILE, HENRY RAYSOX-
Agent, Otala. Ficri&rLClity Passenger a"..~ikt ~AuL `
it ~.pt .~iftj
UI~4~SVTI~ISOt ~-4b.my lap;
F5 dt I -aa. h "winoo, with no one
4afe tMaatdtof es*aft 0hay at taw
lowit nuArit -Prime
A. S. CK#EkET &
FIRE WOOD-SIRE WOOD
We biem a at sm~ppy- fire wood,
both ie and oakm fireplace and stove
kleogts. tood seasoned wood.
A B10 LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered. ealk Cair at factcry or
PHONEE 170- s GILES A CO.
k L n CASMINSIKI
At the eemnd staM on tte right at
you enter the city market I am keep-
bIn a fiest-lae autaetIas of guaraa-
Flao lh Mesh, 3e, Prk, Muthlle
GeMagM E*4. COhhi F.esh and
Salt Wer PFh. Cedar Key
iftSh dal tr Ma uamrnteed the best
Otve me ywr ordeM and the r will be
2.-RL-- W- dWA M!& -..-
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