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THE
Y Marioi Hardware Conjpaijy
HEADQUARTERS
American Wire Fencing
Sash Doors and Blinds
Paints Oils and Varnishes
Mill and Mining Supplies
Turpentine Snpplies
Improved Farming Tools
GET OUR PRICES
Marion Hardware C0l111any
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S OCALAS BIO MAil ORDEIj HOUSE
IG D HOGAN
i Having purchased the saloon property formerly i
operated by W J McGrath and made many im J
provements on same I am now prepared to handle +
i mail orders with the greatest facility The large ya J
riety of brands of Whiskies Wines Beers Etc now j
t can ied enables me to fill the order of everyone on +
4 short notice The premises are now fitted up especial
ly for this lass of the business and your orders will s k
be filled the same day they are received and shipped c
on the first train In your next order include
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PEPPERS
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Natures Own I For Natures
es n Remedy Diseases
A sure wife lastmjj cure for Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsia Rheu
matism Kidney troubles Indigestion ctr It is purely vegetable positively
contains neither alcohol mercury nor calomel Write for valuable medical in
formation I free if you sUITe from any symptoms of the above named disorders
I Six Months Treatment 1 Cure Gunrantcl
1 rea men t 100 or OllCY 1efumhc I
Also sold direct brat all dealers in 23c and SOc packages
MOUNTAIN HERB CO Knoxville Tenn
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For Sale By
Tydings C Co Ocala Fla miMonopoly Drug more Ocala Fla I
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DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
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Send us 52S5 and we will ship you in a plain I I
cisc with no iiiirks to sliow C Ct5 iurfull
urs of WfLLOW DALE RYE egress prepaid
i r Try it and if you dont find it ell riirlit 7nd the i
= best you ever tasted send it back to us at Yar ex
pense and your 2S5 will be piomptly refunded i
Isnt that a fir offer
Remember we are distiller so when you buy
j l tl from us you save the enormous profits of te deal j
1 i ers and avoid all chance of adulteration You are
I I sure of getting our whiskey just as it conies fn m
I 1 I i our distillery without being tampered with in any
1 way
f I1 i wayIf you prefer corn whiskey we will send you
I four fullquartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIRS CORN
k WHISKEY for S2SO express prepaid You cant
buy a better corn whiskey from anybody else at
ill + any price I
L Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money
I refunded goes with every shipment we make You
run no risk when you deal with us as the owners
of our company have resources of a million dollars
lWFTCR KOlSTll and will do exactly as we say
MACON GA THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO
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K Owner of Registered Distillery No 29 Swift Creek Ga
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I A POPULAR DISEASE
tAn ache in the back and a pain in the
j head
A choke in the throat and a yearning
j for bed
j Thats the grip
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A shiver of heat then a shiver of cold
II A feeling of being three hundred
years old
A willingness even to do as your
I told
Thats the grip
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I An arrow of pain now in this place
now in that
Thats the grip
A feeling of doubt as to where yoifs
at
Thais the srtp
A sfwi < seasntioin or course wholly
new
A foolish icpicssiott why ev ° a n
I feel blue
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A doubt as to whether this really is
you
i Thats the grip
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Strange visions at night that deprive
you of rest
Thats the siln
p
A taste in your mouth a weight on
j your chest
I Thats the grip
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JA tired sensation that ruts through
j voitr veins
i A queer combination of aches and of
i pains
A vapid admission of aheence of
i brains
I I Thats the 5119
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A marvelous wenkaess comes on in a
i tiny
A petnleiu wonder How loag will f T
I stay
stayThais
j Thais the grip
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A season of fever a season of freeze
A quivering meakuess thats felt at
s your knees
Say if ever there was a eussesi Its
I ease
ensIi
I Its the grip Somenrille
Jouraai
How to Remain Yoen9
To continue young in health and
strength do as Mrs X F Frown Mc
Donohugh Ga did She says Two
bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of
chronic liver mil stomach troubles
complicated with such an unhealthy
condition of the blood hat my skin
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turned red as fannel I am now
practically twenty years younger ban
before I took Electric Bitters I can
now do all my work with ease and as
sist iu my husbands store Guaran
teed at Tydings g Co drag store
Price 50 cents m
Easter
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Fresh flower = new garments the
Easter bonnet the game of ball leap
ing bonfires feasting dancing love
making Easter chimes wedding bells
altars decorated with blooming plants
tapers stately palms out of the black
soil the pure white lily with the heart
of gold all proclaim in varied way
the same beautiful story of joy and
de
gladness The winter is past The
time of singing of birds has come
Allelniah Christ the lord is risen
I indeed
j In almost every country the egg
stands first on the menu as the appro
priate thing for breaking the long
Ifast
fast
fastThis
This is a special feature of the re
ligious observance of the day in many
of the Catholic or ProvaSlav conn
tries while in our rural districts the
small boy who can report at Sunday
school the largest number of Paas
eggs taken from their hiding place in
the haymow and devoured by him
self for breakfast stands higher in the
estimation of his fellows than he who
can say his Golden Text
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I Song of a Balloon
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I am getting
i now to be the style and
i filled with lots of gas far up
above the crowds I smile at j
earthly things I pass Nobody j
may run over nor mangle me in
deed and theres no limit youll i
agree to my aerial speed With ev
ery current I may glide nor do I turn
quite pale if eighty miles an hour I
I ride they cant put me in jail
Indeed I am a swell affair a i
rounder youll agree and au i
tos as 1 sail he air must all II
look up to me At times j
I have a lot of sand Im I
full with such a load
The only oath that I
I command is this i
Well Ill be i
lowed j
High O
I sail in
lordly i
state II
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across the checkered j
sky I do not even
have to wait until
I the clouds roil by
I Do Not Crowd tho Season
The first warm days of spring bring I
Joy the exhilirating air and sunshine
Children that have been housed I
en up1
all winter are brought out and you
wonder where they all come from
Tile heavy winter clothing is thrown
i aside and many shed their flannels
Then a cold wave comes and people i
say that grippe is epidemic Colds at
this season are even more dangerous
I than in midwinter as there is much
more danger of pneumonia Take
Chamberlains Cough Remedy how
I ever and you will have nothing to
fear It always cures and we have
never known a cold to result in pneu
monia when it was used It is uleas
giant and safe to take Children like it <
For sale by all druggists m
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i FOUND A LONGLOST MINE j
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Texas Story of a Shaft Piled With i
Skeletons of Unknown Miners I
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j Itis reported that in the Frio Noun
tains about twentylive miles south i
lof here an ancient Spanish mine has
been discovered by W W Chambers I
i which is supposed to be the long lost I
Saba gild and silver mine describe
ed by tradition as of fabulous rich I
ness
i Many expeditions have gone in
search of tuts mine Tradition says
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that more than one hundred men were
employed in it and that they were
I i all massacred by Indians who corerS
ed the shaft and effaced all evidence
of Its existence
The story of Chambers discovery
is that he explored the mine in COM
pany wiih several other men TtY
discovered that the shaft opened into
a large chamber at a depth of only
20 feet from the surface In this chain
i her wag a pile of skeletons number
lag eighty human beings They were
i supposed TO be the rewains of ihf in
tiers killed by the Indians In the
esaine compartment were found mnny
ancient tools More than fifty guns
i of ancient make were also found i
cording M tradition there were
several hundred thousand dollars in 1
gold and silver stored at the mine at
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the time of the attack by the Indians i
Chambers and his companions did not j
find his bullion 1
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In a canyon near the shaft the ruins
J of he ancient smelting furnaces o i
Derated in connection with the min
Iwere found The ruins of the old ore
crasher were also standing
The rediscovery of this mine lias
Lproduced excitement throughout thi <
part of the sate Mr Chambers hay
staked several claims adjacent T
property and other mining prospec
tors have gone to tae locality and
all of the land several riles surround
Ing the mine is being prospected for
mineral
Aecordlug to the old records thr
r Spaaiaris ook more han i r bauunu
of ore our of the mine during the years
that they worked it Charles L Die
nowity of Boston Masc made sev
era efforts to locate the San Sal a
mine many years ago It is said that
he spent more than ajIfti + N in this
fortunehunting expedition bvt n
vain
In the early fifties John Floras
Mexican of MoHclova obtained 1
copy of the musty record concerning
the mine and coming to San Anionio
onfined an expedition to search for
it At that time the Comanche In I
llians were raiding the comitry west
of San Antonio and Senor Flo10 s w <
arner that he would be risking h
lives of himself and his men if ho
entered she region where the mine
WitS said to be located
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i He laughed at these warnings unct
accompanied by six men and two
eteatns went in search of it H was
never seen alive again although tf i t
ports have it that he reached the lo
cation of the mine and was set upon
and killed by he Indians 11Ifm > > 19p
could return to civilization and repor i
his findTexas nor in Y Sun
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I Cause of Stomach Troubles j
When a man has trouble vlih His
stomach you may know Hint In Is 1u
ing more than h < should III uf HOIM
article of food or drink not sulird m
his age or ol cupnl ill II or that his
bowels an habit malty i > nstllnll il j
Chamberlainh SIOIHJMII mid Ite T
Tablets to rcKulnti tin bll l + b Mini
improve the < liK < iilim tutu ti l If ib +
trouble tiny not ll i iinr A + K tlr
free sample Hold by nil drll H
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tO WCi llI I lie hlKll VitMld nor lie
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tle feet li > ill lolI
I A dirk lu y hnfH of f uul I
itnd iictton < lilll1llhtK I If In r hut
j tins blood with th + r liras hut uuh
bred
i A Him foul KHlr pnnhiriim Iln th
saiMk and driviiiK liurmr An inativ
iof hill riillM im jenod RiuldlifM mid
speed drlv TM
TfnnH of irvlri Jrjno 1111 11111 SIB
vice or 7IIIf with I irlvllir flf re
turning limn ilK uriin UN IM IHM t tit
within Klxly diyf UflI thMJ irUco
for 111110 to iiiMiin a cull IM all
and iud
BILLY i
REED
A gray J rk six yoars old bronchi
from Kentucky iaat fall r ood hoitc
and very active A
proven foal
Kfttor i
producing colts ood enouuli to b4
shown at the fair In Lexington Kv
last fall t
Billy R wl waft hy finti hmans I
jack 1st lam Edna by big Powell
jack 2nd dam Parley by Paragon i
Billy Reed is half brother to HJO ball
jack the best mule jack in Lincoln
county Ky
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Terms of service S fi0 per sfl1lp I
service ono per sr rvfr with priv
liege of return as often as is necfs
sary within sixty days after the first
service 1500 to insure a colt to
stand and suck
Service money due for either horse
or jack when first service is ren r
ed Except when bred to insure a
colt then service fee is due when i
colt meets requirements or when the
mare is parted with or bred to anoth
er horse or jack I
Lein will be retained on colt for
service fee
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Mares will be kept on pasture at I
300 per month
This stock will make the present
season at Dungaman farm one and
one half miles west of Orange Lake
eabout two and one half miles south
west of Mclntosh
S H GAITSKILL
Stf Mclntosh Fla
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F A Spencer Po
I Announcement
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I Ve have just pureiaed the splendidly quiIlwd
machinery plant of the 1 Doge and ClInt Company
1 and solicit a share of the repair v rk of Marion and
I adjoining counties We make a specialty of rejuuriiisc I
I steam pumps gas engines etc I
I Let us quote you prices
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S Ocala Gas Engine I
Company J J
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McMillan Bros
Southern Copper Works
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Manufacturers of Turpentine S ills
and General Metal Workers
Old Stills raken in exchange for new ones Patching
through the country a specially Orders by mail or
evir will receive prompt attention at t either of the
foiling works
FAYETTEtflLLE N C SAVANNAH GA
JACKSONVILLE FlA MOBILE ALA
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Ocala House Wine ROO1i
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OLD LLEGHANy
PURE RYE
Put up 4 full Ots
in Fancy Cartoons
Delivered at your
Express Office
For 320
Regular SI 00 a Quart Whiskey write foi
complete Price list
Ocala House Wine Rooms
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