The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Complimentary to the Misses Bullock desire to aunouuce that the cold .

E r Whose Engagements are Announ storage department for the curing of KNOWS

t ced. meats for owners will be opened about
Nov. 1st. The same prices will
[ 1 A very pretty event was the two pre- .(/
veil as heretofore, namely, one cent t\
o'clock luncheon Wednesday\ which ,P
IN A BOX Miss Emily Ford entertained in honor per pound per month or part of ninontb. .

of Miss Len May Bullock and Miss .
I The minimum charge on any lot of How all lines of business and
Marie Maxwell Bullock, whose en
If you want to write a nice letter you can do It if you have :-::: m uhl are announced to Mr. i m "at will be fifty cent. prices on real estate have grown.
Dice lUttonery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and rS gag
Responsibility against loss or damage AVe here the seeds of
paper U in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many ylfc. :12I ::: George Robinson McKean and Mr. > planted "
E Charles Vrooiuau Miller. | by fire will bi assumed in the T bank before this growth began r

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | The invitations the marriage of value of six cents per pound and for and have well attended them. ,

t this we will make a charge of ten centsper '
,, these popular young couples were issued ,, Their roots are now in the founda- f
one hundred pounds or fraction
Thursday. The double: wedding ;
thereof. tion of every prosperous firm in
t is the evening of November
to occur on I
-a Our meat packing house will be the city.HUNROE.
eighteenth at the Baptist church
( === opened about the same date.
1a lAud will be a most notable ubiety
; I We cannot: too strictly impress the
;I -- I fact that only hogs that have been .
MisFord's guests were, besides the
-.Y. corn fed for about four weeksare' de & CHAMBLISS,
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honorees, )Irc!. F, L. Watson, Miss!
I sirable. BANKERS.

I IUIUIIIIIIJIIIIIIIl111111111111111111lIIIIIIIIIIiIUIUIlII1 I j I j j j I '. \ J111F Alice Miss Esther Bullock,Weathers Miss Johnnie, :Miss Liddon Violet, We will be ready to buy hogs, beef, OCALA . FLORIDA.
i mutton and poultry and solicit
correspondence -
t Harris, Mi!s Valeta Potter, )[rs.
-- from who have ,_ __
: __ _-..:'" ,,"iJ.. r-: '-r7"-7..l '" ;r.'r...,.. .... Clarence Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp, I Ii parties any 1
:. ., of these for sale either on foot or ,
; i Miss Louella Gary, Mrs. O. C. Pas. "

David S. Wood rowPHOSPHATE t t"urlrs., J. E. hare, Mi's Mary ]i dressed. I Have you seen our"BA.BY .. :

Little, Mrs. b. T. tjUtruuk, Miss. I EAST FLORIDA ICE MFG. CO. OST P ICEES "
SiiroN DE.'u.uuxl'C.. awl Treas.
E LANDS. Gforgia[ Smith, Miss, Hattie Dye, Mrs.D. I HERMAN 1f ESJAMIX, Mgr. i

E ri. Wmxlrow and Miss Sara Harris. ------
r Skipped.
Besides the guest mere were seatedat
f fI lIon. Martin L. William, just! 3f
I the table Mr'. H. A. Ford and hersister

E If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Miss Emily stotesbury.The elected major of Arcadia, and late

f f' lease on royalty communicate with him. table way lovely all In white, presidential elector, against whom t ,'

disbarment proceedings had been
the soft, mi-ty white tulle and sprays
instituted, has bten milling since
of maidenhair ferns being 8uggr.1ive'Of
Sufiday liD.! U is -heved hn. skippedthe
The eBards
Office next to Dr.Smith. I-ostoffic Block. Ocala Fla. the coming event. l'la
: ; wtre painted with eilvtr lcl-! country Ju j!e Wall Mgued au -

_-IIM'_ -- .,. 0:0. '_C ..... ...- I j order disbaniig him. He: was adjudged I
L' .1. :;' except tl1ouf the Mi-':;es Bullock
guilty of and
theirs being adorned with tiny cupids.A forgery falsifying "
the records.
IJLU IU2A32TS roUSe Loyal Siitct Mr. L. E. Rol.en.oa, of Jasper, H a very tempting uieuu was served, -

for of( the third judicial the white motif being carried out in Another Cigar Factory for Ocala.
candidate judge They are very interesting, as also our fine stock of
= circuit. He is one of the strongest the candies, cakes' etc. Mr. Naoisso Lopez a prai.ti al and
ABOUT TOWN.Mr. Ostrich Feather Plumes [all lengths.]
HAPPENINGS and ablest men in Florida. Just before leaving the table the experienced manufacture of cigars: 1
Boas ((36: to W inches) Tips and exquisite fans, of j!''i prico Our
hcalthuf the brides elect was proposed has rented a place in this city near
D. M. lloney has gone to Teii- The IhN Jdtiits hotel catalogue is yours for the asking-
by Miss: Ford, which was heartily the public square and will soon begin
for a short visit has been changed to THE FLOpg OSTRICH FARM IiC.JacKsorjville .
IIt'/1M'e I at Tallahu' __ rte ponded: to. the mat uflicl ure of g-nnine imported

;_ Mr.J. V. Burce turned to Jacksonville the "Bloxhaiu": in honor of exO After the luncheon a guessing Havana leaf. cigars. Florida
... ... D. Bloxham. con-I **'" r
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----' of The Paris :Figaro got things a little wao; enjoyed, the answers to the questions .h
3flllllt.Elo1It! Izlar is
mixed during Booker\ Washington's being flowers. These question -

4'> )t1b1 Eula Lee Denton iu Gainesville. visit to that city. It referred to himas I and answers were written on cards

Mr. B. tj. QurIU and sister, of.. Booker Roosevelt. also iu the shape ol wedding bells. YMBOD YMBOD

Yibltottto Ocala Wed- The prize, H bouquet of roses and .
FaiifinU! were William Randolph Hearst has been
carnation; was drawn for by the twoprospective
.. nCllda). I I invited to visit Jacksonville. Why :. NOW'STHETJME
brides and was won byMHS
Mid Jessie Maugb! has gone to .' cannot he he invited to extend his
'to Blue RiJge ypriu: : Virginia to ipeudi4momh. O'-aU?
vi-it 1 to
.j' .- Mbs Ford is one of thebtst of hostesses -

r r.. Mrs:M.._E.McCountll__- ,;formerly_ of I I Klein Mr. &Jake Campbell Klein,,returned of the Wednesday firm of I perfect and one.her luncheon was a most And Here's the Opportunity to Save

this city but now Jacksonville, is
weeks purchasing
from a seven Miss Bullock was looking unusuallypretty.

r. tWtuig frieuda In Mouiicello. 1 I tour. He visited all the prominent The wore a pale blue crepe
Your Purchases.
r I Money
'" Mr. Harry Izlar and Mica Eloise northern auJ eastern markets. de cnene waist with a white cloth on

IzUr returned Wednesday from a vltry j skirt and Miss Maxie Bullock was
I' Mr. John T. Lewis, the popular I
pignut visit to Gainesville. very !attractive in a soft clinging
and fruit
ilTHubbard_--and Mrs. eill I postmaster, merchant Ocala white dress.At. DOWN Go the Prices: But Qualities Are WAY UPFOE
i Mr. G. buyer, of Moss slut was in e

:. M. Allred returned home Wednesday jesterday with a load of cotton the the High School.

frow an extended visit- --to Virginia- ginning of which he was supeiinteLd- Friday afternoon the literary SOCiety

Mrs. Edward"-Spencer and Miss ing. This reminds us that cotton is of the High School held its regular THE LADIESTailor

Eunice McOahagln went up to Mica- again rapidly taking its place as meeting. A very interesting program

nopy Wednesday to atteud the Bap- king of staples.Mr. consisting of readings, essays, Made Suits Dress Goods

list oclation. I,i J. D. Kine, of Dunnellon and and a debate, was carried out. The The Ladies' Tailor Made Suits we are In Ladies' Dress Goods we have just
this the handsomest
of Anthony, was I subject of the debate was: "Resolved, showing season are : a few pieces of our new fabrics left.
Dr. D. A. Bniltb,
Teuton, were .
f Mrs. Mian that have ever been: sold in this city
r ID Ocala Wednesday. He says he is morning at ten o'clock at That the Pulpit Offers a Greater I They are made up in the latest styles, such Madras as, Zebelines Oxfords, ,etc.Jacquards. which, we Scotch are
I going to Jacksonville and stay during the home of he bride's mother, Mrs. Field for Oratory than the Bar. in Scotch Madras, Broadcloth "and selling at Very Low Prices.
Those on the affirmative were Gussie Oxfords. They are beauties. Come in
r CaruIVILlwt'ek. Parramore, in this city. Mr. and before the line ,
and them is
early see and
of Seymour, Harry Cole and James Jackets, Cloaks Capes
Miss: Anna L. Smith, Macintosh: Mrs. King left in the afternoon for broken. Price S-LUS to $12.93. !
i consulting will reside. Taylor and the negative Alice Richardson In the line of Jackets, Cloaks andSkirts t
raa in Ocala Wednesday Dunnellon, where they
I. on Edith Bachelder and Max Shirts! Capes we are the acknowledged leaders. t
r her attorney, lion. R. B. We have sale the andYe received
Miss Jessie Mau hs, Atlantic Coast Fibhel. The judges, Miss Violet noon largest have just a large ship- 1
. professional busineaa. best :selected line of SKIRTS ever exment of New York's latest fad, "The !
Line ticket agent at Ocala, stopped a Robertson, Miss Louise Harris and
t hibited in Ocala. All the latest cuts Bon Ton"-something entirely new.
Mina Annie Feiubenr, a charming few hours in the city Saturday evening Mr. Sam Teague, voted in favor of and designs. All Prices. Be sure to see I

I young lady of Dunnellon, was a visi- with her neice, Mrs. Will Porter, the affirmative. them"I I

!. for to Ocala Wednesday, the guest of on her way to Virginia for the benefit At the next meeting the subject for FOR MEN AND BOYS.

I the MLu a Moore. of her beaith.-JacklOnville Metro debate U to be: "Resolved, That j

[ Out In California the government poli. __ __ Marion County Khoula be Voted Men's and Youths' Suits Boys' Suits
to a Mr. Joe Shuford returned Wednesday : Dry. We have just received an extensive i
t l. .ubjectln'?the orange groves Our three-piece Boys' Suits are trade
suits for and
line of men
in and friends of the ready-made I
said they visit to his old home The patrons
gating process and ft is from a youths, comprising such as Thibots, winners. Come and inspect them for
thereby. Carolina. He peeped in at the school are invited to come to the yourself. '.1\uff sed." 1
are very much benefltted ... North Kerseys and Fancy Worsteds. These
business old school house where he was first a meetings the society. goods are of the very latest styles, and We have Sweaters for the entire i ia

)Ir. P. V. Leavengood, pupil and strolled by the old spring at nobbier suit can't be bought in Florida family from father to baby. Attractive t

,, manager of the Ocala Banner baa re which he slacked his thirst when a Per Sale. for the same money. 6.50 to *H.;.!> colors. Come and examine them. I Ii
turned from a business trip to Jackonvllle Thirty five acres rich hammock
He is accompanied home by '
St. Augustine and other his boy.son, Mr. Joe Shuford,jr. land near Ocala. Twenty acres Our Line of Children's Ready Made Clothing I

I'lacee. under fence and ready for immediate Is the Most Complete in Ocala. E i

Mr. W, XV. Condon left for Sew Uncle Billy' Folks was a visitor to !I cultivation. Good for trucking of all i i

York Wednesday and will be gone forborne Ocala Saturday and engaged us in'' kinds. Apply at this office. 1014

weeks. He goes on a purchas- pleasant: conversation. He ,I i
a very
selection has eschewed politics THE
lug tour and his Christmas: says that while he Twenty acres rich hammock land,

! this year will be something exquisite. : entirely he is still standing on the
near town, under good fence, ready
The many friends- of Mrs. Henry populist platform for it is said "that"or for immediate cultivation. Good CORNER OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA,
;r better and he has
WiltOnot, Plant City, will\ regret to "something onion, cabbage! and potato land. YMBOD YMBOD '

learn of her death, which occurred found "something better"he is now Apply at this office. 1014 I I4.
ordained preacher and is giving to
Saturday. Mrs. Wilson is the stepmother an
athirst the living Mr.R S. Hall has returned from a
of Mr. George Taylor, of this those who are" trip to Jacksonville and Gainesville. -
of life.
1. city and she formerly lived here. waters


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Back t- It l'x>ki as if youn "bub gill Galveston, like Jacksonville, i is a I-Mr. Stockton *nd the Ktwspaparj. Hutchins Roller ,1
} Pains in the Swing
have to take another vacation for modern Phoenix. Galveston is growing The St. An :Jstine Record ia its

Are fTcptoas cf a weak, torpid e* bis shattered nerves snore grandly and beautiful tlun rrpnr"t the visiuiioa II t till rmli'date

Kt.?;E8it condition of the kidneys: before her awful detraction. to that city Saturday ni;nt BElTS THEM! ULl
!Ilvr: and ire a warnb* i; is extreme; The Boston tore has opened a .
quotes Mr. John N. 0. Stockton as
hsiirdoa to.teg'' l **, s icportaEtu branch house on Magnolia str *tIt A house in New York wha bad
i healthy; action of these organs. uic/ the tol'owin ].iDll'.a. e: Rolls back and forth four
is called the "Honest Profit House." gone out of business for ten years ao*
They are commonly attended by ka "He declareth: t the pro of thetA

of energy, lick cf conrage ant some- The of wars abide with us wbowr proprietor bad been long! since I & e was bought up and eurrupted, feet. I

&zea! by il.)Omy forebodics and de- memory dead, has just rccceivNti a confi;nnient and he viciously denounced the editors Does not ,make 9ti tt I !
for a Mug time. There are still a few
rpcudfaiy. of sixty caes of er s. Tne shipper how ne deeiarf: <1 giveaway
t like the okl.
-I LiJ jsj la cy baZ could DOt steepEd ou the pension rolls from( the revolutionary hadn't read the trade papers and was their brains: for the !stroo? a;:ain.. the ness t

rn" I pot c> ia the Trorcics Jdt struggle. .eak.". swing.
worse tisaa the nI3Lt b 'ore. I taa tik- somewhat out of date.
las Hood's SUli\parU aad now I an Mr. Tillm .n, of Souh C. roUa: .*, Looks well on the ,
sleep aid get in fcri.ag; rested and able to Mr. John R. Marin has wita1r wnus f >*"
try cy WJI I ittnoc ny rare entirely! One of the bi; attractions t.t the looked upon: faai editor as a rutle- piazza.
Mas.J.X. PIBIT, a f&ndid"terom the third ward or
to Hood's SarMjAriUx"!
Jacksonville carnival will be a daredevil suade oiockia; the pathway of political
II. 3.Ct \ Pike Road. .Ala.Hood's
care >i\abA fi-11 Mr. D. E.
and leaves the ( to m
Sarsaparillaand ioop-the-Kxip, which defies all ambition aud when one of three 1 .r CALA FiiaraE COY?!J1.
3lelvrrfor. whom a petition bas beensigned
the laws of granuttion.: Even"budy.bouldrt' bad tniiiors crossed nis pathway in
Pills asking him tn stand for re and if -
the of South Carolina ne
Core kidney *"d IJTT tronbUa, relieve! capital city : !
election.Th want to leap themselves they C. I. G ACE
the back,L sU r r"Id up the whole: sy SUE. they didn't do A thing but kill him. .
Carnival edition of the Times. will be given that permi-ioi, provided We hope that Mr. S'okion will not
Successor to Central Lumber Co.
HERE :.HD THERE Union, which was printed eunday, they have already arranged in allo* himself ta be worked up to so

WM a 9upro publication. It contained advance with the undertaker. strenuous Dealer In
a pitch.
forty pages and give handsome Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring< ,

n.,> nine of Morgan dm" not carry illustrations of JacKsonville before The Ocala Banner declares that U,. Flazler Bus a Moms in Wilming- and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

*ith it the same hula of Iory tint it "the editor' ticKet to the Carnival tan. Manufacturer of
and after tae fire.
once did.Daring. : Association at Jacksonville entitlesthe Rumor h&s it that Mr. H. M. Flag. Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newel Columns, Door aa{ f

the past thirty year* the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight who .i bolder to sit on the fence and eye ler, who married Miss Keenan, of Window Frames, Mantels Church Seat, Pulpit, School I

United ijutea has paid oat nearly have bcea stopping at the DaWehoui *-.(f the big parade." The Ocala editor Wilmington, is to reside in Wilming Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables I am constantly

three billion! in pen
hoawkn-pin today In Mr. L. X. picket fence, or even one of those by Mr. Flajler's attorneys, that sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
The editors ticket to the Carnival]
Green's hoia*, just back of the Ray incouvenient structures upon which the millionaire has purchased the -
aaoutioa at J ck-llo vUle! entitlesthe -
sot boos on Ocklawaha avenue. some of our politicians so often find Latimer residence! on Third street, in
bol:IVT t<> cit on the (.nee and eye .....e.eo...._
: themselves.-Tim -t:nioll.I Wilmington. Rumor has it that Mrs.
the bi; parade. Mr&J.M. Bnton and son, who have .
FUgler has all along very much desired ft
been spending .*veral months at various I Those wno habitually read: the
Mrs. Ana Hirrdl and little *>n, of to make b"r permanent bom. m t
North Carolina re-*.rs an i with state papers will be glad to know that I TIMBER LANDS 1
BaHmire, Mi., arrived in Ocala yesterday Wilmington It is i is iu accord -lIh I.
relatives in -Vtlnt retarae-J homeyeserday. Henry W. Johnston, the editor of the
afieranoa aa-l are the guests! I Mrs. Fla irler'-t wi>h"4 th..i tbe r..tHll \
Mrs. Beoton' mother, ApaLichicol! Times, is again at his : .
of Mr*. HarMi'a *U.trinir! Mr*. residence has hero purch..M1..-Ashe. i .
Mr*. Kirven, accompanied them Ark, afar a long sir** of ilInt'Si.0 .
(1..rt'cec.lIIp.. vale Citizen. I
home and will remain fur the wiuier.G writer if the atite grinds out bn IVe Are In the Market

Folt'Y' Hucy and: Tarcores coush ,.n. Giileapie chief of engineers, er paragraphs than Mr. Johnston.and 10) cure a colt in one day j I

and cold and prevent pneumonia.Take hi. work has been mis*d for the last Take Laxative Brcmo Quinine Tab i To Purchase ai
recommends for Florid points
no 'fjb*titU: < P.*toffi(? {IJI( *,{1JI l; Cumberland round, JlooOJU ,- it lilies to cure. E W. Grove's :
Ktore. m I Timber Lands ,
; St. Johns river, 5.Ijli; Key We h..d an interesting visit: yesterday signature is oa each box.-25c *

After a pletaant visit of several heat, fjOf.Wi: ; Carrat ille, $30I>J"J; from Dr. J. M. Jackson of Mi t

days to Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Taylor io Ap Uchiw Bay, tllO.OuO; Chatta- ami. H says the outlook for the, Mr. Fades: in Hard Lines. : Grazing Lands I
Charles L. Fildes, who is an avowed
thin city, MiV let Harris, an aceontDiUhed hooch river, ti5fJl)); removiug "Magic City" i* brighter than at anytime
candidate fur congress, while hurrying .
diu ut** of Hoa. Frank water hyacintha.Seotor '.SO/iil. in its history. A depth of eighteen

Harm of the OaU JUnutr, returned : from the depot on Saturday Orange GrovesWE
feet of water iu tie harbor:: is
to hi-r* hone and rirs. James P. Talia- night in order to b-s on band at the : i iI.
yrA erday.iaiueville l'Ontj.jeQtlyexp..ctt'd and its citizens
Sun. ferro, of Jacksonville, have i issued meeting met with a, painful accident. I .
are building on that brlief. The
invitations to the marriage of their The driver of the team conveying .
Mr. J. B. Milloy wi ia long enough fact that Miami his already three i
daughter Mi=s Jessie i Taiiaferro, to him tried to pi% the carruge! containing I WE HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES. WE H MDLEI .
yesterday to say to in that the truckers banks, oue with a capital of fll()), OO
Mr. Archer S. Hobb rd. The wed. Senator Taliaferro, when the I I
of Anthony are busy aettjng oat letluivand gives some idea: of its solid growth. : DIRECT FROM THE owr ERS.
ding will tote place at St. John's horses ran away thro.vinIr.. Fildes i
eabbag.* and are preparing
Episcopal church, Wedn.day, Sov. Hon. C. M. Brawn, candidate; for out. He was considerably brui.81.-1 t. i
a bluett ennuliape and water
ember the slev..ntn. governor, has gone to DcFuuuk: St.; Augustine iiecord. .
melon acreage in the spring I
Spring? and waa present at the great I BROBSTON FENDIG & CO.
It is claimed that W. :0;. Love of What's the Odds. !
Mr. and MM. U.N. Broa, of Elizabeth political demcnstration yesterday I i
Quincy, supooscd to have been Five from
today intoxicating
::\. J., sopped over in Ocala several where he prt;Lte i his claimsfor years i j I I Brunswick, Georgia. Jcc scavilk Fit
drowned at Tyb e in July last bat liquor will not Le sold in more than : :
) dja ago on their, pay to Pal. this office to the voters ot West: Tel- ._ ,L.
been tracked by detectives, in the four of five counties in this state. But
metto. They wire gusts of Mr. and Florida. He will snip over at Tallahassee .. I.

:sIr.*. C. A. Brown, and expresedthnuMrlvts employ of the Sew York Denver Life Col.Insurance and other points before returning why should the, thirsty care whn one i............. Si ..

Company, to ordinary grape vine will furnish all ;
ad bciug well pleased with home. .Mr. Blown is in the i I _
where he WBfound clerking in a dry the wine a man cm drink for a year? i'!
ourity.. race and will stay 10 the finish and I

The greatest qumtioa DOW agitatingthe goods etore. nays that his prospects for electionare -White Springs Heralds I I 1 I A FINE PIANO ONLY $179.Sounds

public mind and w p cially the Mr. J. H. Karger, of Savannah, exceedingly flittering and everyday What the Negro Can do in the South. .

Gs., has been in Ocala for several ht ia in of moat The Selma limes tells of
min-ls several of the candidate U receipt encouraging two prosperous -
days the guest of hU sNteriMrs. indaw, very attractive-.e> itn<-tAVrll.: wr tuiii -'.r,
whether or not .Senator Call: will letters.J. negroes of Alabama who recently nish it. THE BEST UK ITS KIND-w zuanuitr_

have a "pepper boi" and lo what N. I. Gottlieb. Mr. Karger came visited their landlord's agent itso-but WE DO OT RECOMMEND ym to bay I I.

down to take home daughter Rose B. Cutler, of Ocala, was renewing that kind-
extent he Mill D.** ILDoesyourayatem and paid their yearly rent, one $1,4'0
who has been in Ocala for the old acquaintances here for a few
Karger, WHY
in gold coin, and the other |:,lOO in ?
need toning up? past three months with her cousin, hours yesterday. He WAS for sometime
:. New York exchange and his own Because we have a high regard for thot who ITT t ,
I* blood tainted, division trainmaster of the
your a
organs Nellie Gotr.litb.r. and Mias Karger !
check local bank. in music and
on a maintain a high stand art1 Darr ..>
weak, or the lowvb irregular! P.a- Atlantic Coast Line with bead- .
will return home today.Mr. have for thirty five years supported lit* U t The

mon's Tonic &gulLtor.giv. better quarters in this city, where h<* and Young King, of Arcadia, son of the standard musical instruments have b*** oar prui

results in such irnuoItM than any inedIclte Philip Isiacs, of th! Ft. Myers biseatimablewife: inside many frien late Ziba Kin the famous "cattle Therefore we recommend you to par tar pru** ,>f *

Press, h'as recently printed, a special: good Piano or < Jrgan. Xo hour ran supply void u:
\10 e ever u&udlrd. Large, tin Mr. Cutler was eti route to his home kind 1)oJuth Florid! vbitt'lleU a
railroad edition of his which on better terms than we.ntt' tia for catjo (u. t
boxes :25c. Poetofflce: Dru?Store m paper from Worthington springs. He said :;\\ dental establishment in New ; Steinway. Kranich and Bu>ch, KimbaH. llathu*;.. t

celebrates the building of the railroad that he fats been suflVrni from York, and for the work done was pre- & Son. and other high grade m.-trnnifnt

Shrewd politicians ., that the bize from Punta Gjrd to Fort Myers. It
fever, and went to that resort with '*.nied. with) a modest bill of 54,000. Everything; known to music.
of Mr. Jennings' vote is going to be a U Ion excellent number and finely
the hope that the change would prove
surprise to many voters of the state. illustrate and snows to admirable: LUDDEN CAMPBELL CO.
beiieficial to him, which proved to te SMITH
It id aid that he U the shrewet manipulator advantage the industries of that
the l-as.-Gainesville :::l1n.
that has occupied the politi famous and favored section. The Jacksonville rlv....

cal stage! in Florida f,r many years. Col. Coley Bryan of Valdosta Ga., ,
State Attorney Herbert S. Phillips,
-- is in Ocala with a carload of fine I

Mr. J, 15. Jcnkia: representing the of the sixth juJieiotl circuit, has entered Tampa
Jersey milk cows, which may be seen We Want--
Cameron and Birkley Co., of a formal motion to disbar Martin r
in the Di'on Park clock one block I I G
CbarletQu, <:?. C., and one of the L. Williams from further prac- i
north of the Ocala Banner office. i Grower j I
1U00t popular of the many commercial ticing law in tl.e courts of Florida Business College. Every in the State '
These splendid animals l are being ITo
hur6ti who make frequent visits to The motion will be argued today. It Have Our Books. I
offered at reasonable prices and per-
this city, is a guest of the Ocala recites that h* "doctored" certain ,
BOUS in need of cows will find it to "rI.CUURlIar.uu.I-:" .- .
-.ntk'( \ m.D...J MI /tai.+... *u.
Ilousr. matter iu a bill of exceptions and their interest to call early and make .-FLDICIUi uu.xcas.He..t! "!"""lallur.rn.c! te t1 llMp t.,. ."," I ,I.
induced a certain witness to commit '}'LOnna.TU"1nnuun: :,.- B.-kl4 eo 'ttn.t, S'sin.r_ I Iflt..
Mr. B. II. Seymour has gone to their selections. Col. Bryan has OLDEST LARGEST vwtuu "nil I-.r i i"L"'lu."

Washington to perfect hU patent on perjury. Mr. Williams was a democratic brought several carloads: of fine tock "IIU.SII I'POTATOES.-.Ic:..' oo '':-111 ..., .......... Jg/...1 ", r*e
presidental elector in the last tilizer. Diinir and Krnwer.l hlup'DI' "
his cros! tie cutter. He has made campaign. to Ocala and has made a reputationin BEST PINIItI'PLI: l'ERTII.IZIXC.- Of ......... tii.. lilt iita.apt' +

several valuable improvements since his sales: and his word is as good as "IDEAL ( "
FERTILIZERS. Bco4Jlabo..i .al...z lIl14t wear: i. ear
a, write-up of it was given in the e his bond. The carload of
With squirrels barking up a thou- present alyer:: .price', eic 1, I

columns.: All he ha to do now i:, to and! trees; the hickory nuts dentingthe cows are among the beat that he has Applications constantly on New nut! Retired! I'dilion.. 01| Aboir Ju.t l'Hb. j 1

ttcure his patent and grow rich. damp ground; the 'poeaum as yet brought to our city and need! onlyto file ror graduates to fill li.be l Sent Free for ""6iug, j i iI
I r
fat the be seen to establish this fact. 1 ;
hungriest would
Mrs. Eugene Dozier, of Jupiter, as darkey good positions.Address ; I

with her little son. Leonardwill have him; the juicy cane mills run- Mr. C. H. MathU, the big cantaloupe WILSON & TOOMEf} FERTILIZER COMPHYJ

ning all day; the trees laden with
upend carnival
week with her
brother grower ot.BlackvIUe. S. C., and

Mr. Ben Mayo, on May street. Mrs. tropical fruits; the pine trees yieldinggum who planted extensively in this JACKSOXV1LOXESTABLISHED 1'I.nn.1t1........ :

relative Dozier will and then will go be to Oeala, to visit' corn and to lumber feed,and us, the and earth cotton plentyof to county for some years past, is a guestat L M, HATTON, ,................................................ j'j I l
accompanied by the Club House and paid us a visit:

MM. Mayo, and her sister, Miss Virginia clothe us, who will say there is no life Tuesday. Mr. Mathis says he will Tampa, Fla. 1.r.. YK: .V1!* I

in Florida now? There U no .1
ya-Jacksonville Metropolis. plant this year near Ocala five or six HANNE BRO ; t
the croaker and crumbier. Hie _
hundred acrts. Mr. Geo. W. Ray a
After pleasant visit of a few days him away to parts unknown.-Perry WHOLESALE
)practical farmer and experienced Genuine Foc\y( Ford CantaloupeSeed LIQUOR AND BEER; HOUSE. :
in this city to atlas Denton,Miss Izlar Herald.
cantaloupe grower, is in charge of his for Sale. 1248 to 125S W. Adams St. JarkMBtill, Iris I
a charming young lady of Ocala, returned -I Bronchitis for Twenty loars. C a
interests here. The past year Mr. Planted and saved at Rocky Ford 4 Full t'ts. II 1iHnatin .a. -
to her home ,
yesterday. This Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville,,
Mathis grew the genuine Rocky Ford Colorado, under my personal supervision : Cub II" If.. I \
t young lady made many friends here lit, writes: "I had bronchitis for and guaranteed to be ) Nelson: nMaryland J ao t II \
, cantaloupe at Rocky Ford CoL, for e Monogram i J JO lilt [
who regretted her departure, but twenty years and never got relief until perfect seed from standard netted t Haane"t.4" 373 tl! (. i.
the purpose of securing genuine melons. ) Soc1a1 Drops eau .... t
trust she will honor Gainesville with I used Foley's Honey and Tar, I Only limited amount on band.Address t 1
Rocky Ford seed and has the same for i : EXPRESS PREPAID."t -
another visit before a great while. which is a sure cure" fostofflee sale. See advertisement ;'? i
l : in the tcaLi c. H. MATH IS,

Gainesville Sun.T.Yfi Drug Store. m Weekly Banner. I: 1030 31UBlAckvIUe, 8. C. *: *.________.Our rijfrtrene, :years ::hrte4j ::::...........1 j

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:: The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.

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Mr. W. M. Brook A Novel .
of Tampa: was Wedding.Oue largo.

0g0 REUASIK tn OcaUMonrfayand went do-rn to of the events of Jacksonville's We enjoyed a very pleasant visit! S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER, ,

FloraK'ityon. the afternoon short. caruiv! will he a novel wedding {Saturday from Mr. B. I. Freymouth,

The Ocala-iianuer'n- --lay- sermons which will occur in the Felting who i is now living at Largo, a growing S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
Company's sbo* window
have: been protiuetive of some good. village a few miles beyond Clearwater e
on Bay street. in Hillsborou county.Mr. .
Prt.ideut Rrxwevelt i ii adopting them.
This company announced a few Freymoulh pays that seventy- Livery Feed and Sale Stables

Mr. Dn Hough and! Matlie das ago that they would give to the five carpenters have been kept busy ,

Hough, of .Union Springs, Ala are couple agreeing to wed in their all summer and during the winter

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. I window an entire outfit including the number will be increased.
We the most r
C rmiebae bedroom kitchen and diningroom carry
: are constantly arrivingand
ii I _._. '_'_u_ I furniture. houses of Harness, Saddles, etc.
Mrs. C. A. Marsh, of North Carolina new constantly being a t r .

( who has been spending a short The first couple who xpres-ted their built and yet the supply cannot be in central Florida, and will give

I willingness! to wed iu tneir window kept even with the demand.
white in Ocala with her aoo, Mr. A. our patrons the very lowest"i, r = .,
upon that occasion were to be given i
Orange set the
groves are being out,
H. Marsh! has gone to Jacksonville to
prices. We are thoroughly
the outfit.
pineapple increased and
visit before returniug home. acreage
This: wedding to occur at 7 o'clock other kindred industries!! established. equipped for fitting out turpentine

CoL V. J. Shipmaa returned tiun- oa Thursday evening of carnival The strawberry industry i is particularly
Absolutely! I and lumber teams, gear,
day from May port, where he spent week. The ceremony will be performed i attractive and profitable.The .

_IS NO sJssrr ten days fishing. He had excellent ..1 in a most interesting and little community, Mr. Frey wagons etc.

sport and his:.-trip was a most enjoy. impressive manner, and in plain view mouth says, already supports a free I

-- able one.One 1 I of the public, who will crowd the school with an average! attendance of \Ve always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
MU &. \. of our exchanges says: that streets to see it. The couple has been seventy-five pupils.: Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm!Wagons.
: -- Ocala lead in candidates for office. I selected, and it is said that they are What is here sid of Largo may be North Side Court Huii!'>". Oca I a. 1'lu

jt t, I ABOUT TOWN 1 It has only one. When the last count prominent young people of Jackson I said of hundreds of siualur! places i

t tt. i' was made Jacksonville had a baker's ville. The bride i H to be attired in in South Florida. --" --- -- ---- -, -- .. -. .

t.f: iMRathen .''')lid wag in JACkson dozen. white, and will wear a veil. I t
Teachers Examination Nov. 3. {v
t. Mdiiy. '. Mr. P. E. When this wedding occurs the store The Dodd Shoe
-.- I Youge has begun the I There will be nn examination held Dorothy
will be lighted throughout, and will 1 :l.
twllmr uf the NewT erection of a brick block oa the lot on :
.... >, lUrrtek in the office .of the hoard of Public ",.
Fort present a most beautiful and attractive I
.' t.ek.rSir1O4. 'JO.Mr. King avenue which he recently Instruction in Ocala commencingNov.

purch4 t'd from the Methodist church. app. araue-e. 3rd at 9 o'clock and lasting three i y Cannot Be Excelled Anywhere
R- HIIwUMu returned to After the ceremony has been performed .
day All parties desiring to teach i!
There will ,
be silver
u tea given at
the will he escorted to
Mouday.ltr. couple
"41 fa"'ill. :
., Mrs. G.V.. miu's who are not holding uiiexpired certificates :
Wednesday the carnival grounds where they will i ;
W. J, l'rw.bj '''''0t" Georgia !ttbldly may take this examination. i
afternoon from j
to 6 o'clock the
by !
b.- guests of honor at the Last Days of for Grace Ease Contort) and Wear
I have also ha 1 \ ,
uoti from State
f.. a bun Lu iurr vi"it.Mwr : Orange Blossom: society All children PUll pdi. e
SUp rtnlt"11-Ient She.its that there are i
are invited to cocue. I
f ilMtry u*rah i U vultlng htigtAlyat.uu five i The l leather used in these hoes, while soft and light! is as wrong as the s
That Was Scaring Them "Some. scholarships! jet vacant at De I
heavier uiakrn A Inly attired in the very hei&rhl of fashion otherwise awl
Id Jacksonville.Mr Yes. We shall be
soon enjoying !
I;: I, The Evening Star of Thursday Fund th ;>priDkrs and \w: will hold au wearing an ..wk\.rI1. cirll11-Y. slit shoo do s not look as well dressed as the

1 buckwheat cakes, qusil-ou-todst, vfternoou said s.lIimai examination in'IV.IIaht +ee on \-ed- more turn). shy dress d one with a pair of u-at, light, soft and shapely t U in sei :
a very
To tell of all theeood qualities of the Dorothy Dood would take a honk of
and Mr.. U. J. fjtroiier, vejiou and wild turK to noth-
y, siy manner that H great criminal case ueaday Ot-t. :28! h to fill: ihes places. large dIlYll'n"ious, hence we shall only say that there is none tetter.: Call and
(\.il.w.hs. .,r. tu O.i.lr I Moudoy.vitiltu ing of the succulent! sugar! / cane and see them.
t would be exploited the next day and That any boy or girl between the ages

:UrU."o turut'tl Suadglived1. luscious orange. arrests of dbtiojui"hed people would of IS and :24! years old i is eligible to the
f The W Chambers Shoe Co !
....rt Uiluesvilltr.Mm : Miss Mary tftrouhar. of Gainesville, follow. scbolursn'ip. That each" scholarshipis -
worth $100 in cash tor two
per year
who has: a hest of friends: ia Ocala, A prominent orange buyer says be Opera House Block, Ocala Florida.
ft; ** UuiMtiM. of ifoldicK. II i isI : jears. Het-peclfully, To Our Out-of-To Friends:
passed through the city Monday on was at the train thai night and it was W. D. CARS. I
Make our store your headquarters while in theeuy on business or pl-.* reTell
..glaruf Vlr*. K/u Thigard. her way to visit friends at bt. Peters, hoarded by about half of the prominent An Excellent Number.

Mr.J ba Croft w rut down tit HerrUUv citizens of therity. The November number of Mr. L

I t b IAkTltotd" tll. visit ..!i.Mfoj.&utreierul burg.Mr.. C. 1'. Cellini: son of tbe Ute C. S.HlllLad important buMiie in J. Brurub)'.. "Florida Fruit and Us YourFurniture

I Jacksonville, some iu Tampa, some
B. Collins, who was recently married Truck (jro er" is out today and is
i er in Philadelphia< accompanied by his one of the best umbels of that excellent -
t kletef Mr. Levy, of Gainesville.Mf.&A. going on fishing expeditions.In .
bride parsed Ihro'jgh Ocala Tuesdayon
: publication that his yet ap I Troubles!

Ita.U *u.lu bas as: his I I I their way to their winter home at numbers he said it looked like a peared. I

I g..4 ... o.other, wbo" .v home i isiui : l I D'mediii. Mr. Collins' mother was i colored camp! meeting excursion. Among the special articles are Modern l .

i jwU..'Us.. with them. He says< they were "sheered :some." Pecan Culture, tbe Growing of
And we will prove to you that they are not troubles at all,
i U.H.ACarlerof- -MoMilUu Bros. Miss Sara Fraser,of Saginaw: )IiCh"i Beware oi Ohrasats in Catarrh ThatCsataia Celery, the Value of tate Fairs, but wanderings of the imagination. When you imagine you _

{ expected iu Ocala next week to be !Mercy! With Florida Fruit aud Truck Growers I have furniture troubles it is a delusion and one that is easily dis

Ugcajptt YU"I at Jackt'JU\'il1, b the guest of1 rl. R. U. Blake. MUs the Orange .Situation;the Coming pelled. Come around to our store and let us explain to you how
II Uat rtty as mercury will surely destroy the easy it is to furnish your house at a very reasonable cost and _
Fraser is the daughter of Mr. C. U. sense of smell and completely derangethe Trucking Season, etc.
I without much advance capital. \Ve will sell you furniture (if
I' Ur. (lo K. llobiuaou rtturne1TiNly Fraser, of this city. She spent some whole system when entering it The various departments, are up to you desire it) on the small weekly payment plan at prices lower

I from a busiueM visit to years iu this city some time ago and through the mucous surfaces. Such date and the advertising columns : than other houses will ask you for the same goods cash down.
articles: should never be used excepton To be convinced that the above is not the i ideal dream of 3I
I U131..vi11.. has many triends here, who will show a very high class of business. -
r prescriptions from reputable physicians theorist call and see what we have to offer and the price we at;k.

; )Ta>; eL.T. Itlar left Sunday for I welcome her to Ocala-' -again.- : as the damage they will do is He Learned a Great Truth.It I. Yours for Business,

had ten fold to the good you can possibly said of John that be
t S1tbtll., S. C., where be gets onIptaf.totruonal The late cold nap has tbe I is Wesley
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
etlectot sweetening the and once said to Mistress Wesley : "Whydo
I lillt.l oranges
P. J.
manufactured by Cheney
Cure tell that child the same thing
l the sugar Caue and will hasten the & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury you Ii
? "John
!! )Lte.l'wt.rrt faylur and cuildreu re- over over again H PITTMAN & SON.
former aud the
shipment of the and is taken internally, acting because once tilling is not enough." y. I I1M1U
> t z.J Uuuday afternoon from a visit
blood and
grinding the la.ttH. directly upon the mucous It is for the same! reason that you are

i to,,4U,... at Ku.._tl, *. surfaces of the system. In buying told again and_again that Chamber nrII DIXG_ OCtL' I.'(.I Uti UOn
l -- Miss Meta Jewttt, who has been Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get lain's Cough Remedy cures colds and

I I Qaltt! a badge number of OjnU peoH spending the past few months at the genuine. It is taken internallyand gripjthat; it counteracts any tendency _.u ... ___. __ _ !
[ Ie wtu fu up to Jacksonville for made in Toledo Ohio F. J.
Money. :New York, and New York of hese diseases to result in pneu-

fatt".1" tirrk. City, is now visiting relative at Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. rnouia, and that it pleasant and THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
I Sold by druggists, price 7oc. per bot- safe to take. For tale by all Druggist
I*. H. 11, Witch will bhortly begin Lynchburg, Va. Later on MissJewett:
le.Hall's &Medicine Dealers. m
&. relatives in North Carolina. Pills the best.A .
erection of a home on his: btauti- will visit Family are
Bishop and Vestry.

till M oa Fort King avenue. lion R. A. Burford left for Dixon Very Pretty Picture. There is a sharp controversy be. First Class. !Plates Reasol)able.

Mr JQO. A. formerly of St. Springs Tenn., Monday to free his :Fifteen cent cotton and the cotton tween Bishop Gray and the vestry of

I'tt'h"Uft, U at the Ocala l House sister, Mrs. Bridgewater, who i is: quite mills near the cotton fields; sixty St. Paul's church, Key West aud the Refuri}isled; TQrolg out. Special Rates by Month.

"Wand 'from lalUdegu, Ala. bick. Mrs. Bridgewater i is well known i cent turpentine, eight dollar phosphate bishopapl'ears" to be in the wrong.

t Mr, Urrbell Jouts bad returned in Ocala and her hosts of friends here and fertilizer factories in close His position seems to be on an high '

flow hUoM home m Massachusetts, wish for her a speedy recovery. proximity to the mines; orange groves perch of ecclesiastical despotism,
*btr h. boa 1I int the just mouth. A letter from- Mr.--Tom- M. Livingston restored aud bearing; the truckingarea from which he may regard these linesas MRS. THOri. J. BARNES, PROP

f extended; highly improved lese majeste to be punished by an
in the section of
A. L Jackson tried in Gainesville says:: the people
fmusj; graded cattle; the Nicauguran excommunication major. Punta
tot tie killing of O. L. York was pro- ; Virginia where he resides are preparing
canal completed and the south stretch- Gorda Herald. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS )
Bounced by the jury "not guilty." for an exposition to be held in
forth its arms for manufacturing
-- 1907 in honor of the settlement of Ran a Ten Penny Nail Through Hi:

)Jr. \V. M. MeKentbau, of Brooks Jamestown. Virginia has made an and commercial supremacy is now Hand. OCALA, FLORIDA.BOILERS .

tUle, peered through Ocala Monday appropriation for it of $:)}(),OOO. the rich bow of promise held out to I While opening a box, J. C. Mount, -- --

: 00 hit .ty borne from Jacksonville. the people of this section. of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten ENGINESPipe
-- Judge W. S. Bullock and State's penny nail through the fleshy part of

I>r. and MM. J. M. Jackson aui Attorney Allred have returned from Do Good-It Pays. of bis hand. "I thought at once of

tLUdreD,ur Miami, are the guests of Sumterville, where they have been A Chicago,man has observed that! all the pain and soreness this would and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps,
he "and immediately Sawmills Saws-circular and drag Belting
cause me, says!
iln. J cknou'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. i engaged in holding the fall term of good deeds are better than real estate applied Chamberlain's! Pain Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

J. M, I court. Mr. Allred deeds-some of tne latter are worth-
lUrvo. the circuit says Balm and occasionally afterwards.To .
less. Act kindly and gently, show
seven! "blind tiger" cases engagedthe : my surprise it removed all pain
Mr, aud Mm. J. H. Groves, of attention of the court. syiupatiiy and lend a helping hand. and soreness and the injured parts

IUIGul", are the guests of their You cannot possible lose by it. Most were soon healed." For sale by all '
eou.lDI, )Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Grovss, of Mr. Geo. J. Arnow the efficient tn!u appreciate a kind word and encouragement druggists and medicine Dealers m :

of Gainesville, was a KINDS OF MACHINE
: UiUdty.Ml postmaster more than substantial Florida Bounding Forward.
visitor to Ocala Monday and was a .
-- "---
returned help. There are persons in this community Few states in the Union show more
Violet Harris Tuesday before Commissioner .......-- -..
witness in a postal case
who might truthfully says: marked evidence of prosperity than --
from hurt visit to Gainesville.She
a David S. Williams. Mr. "My good friend, cheer up. A few ---
kl was the guest of Mr. and Mr?. of Chambealaiu's Remedy Florida. Tbis prosperity is: shown -'l
Aruow was formerly state's attorneyfor doses Cough
I 1 W. U. Tay for while there. this circuit and is well known to will rid you of your cold, and there not only in the increased population. WORMS HRT&liF !

is no danger whatever from pnemonia and the number of new corporationsand Most in Quantity. ]Beet Quality.
the oil timers. We are glad that ,>t.S WWWS W WW Sj / N
j MIIII Mary Kirk, of Brooksville, when you Use that medicine. It always other enterprises, but in the
with him he j: For 20 Years Has Led ail Worm Remedies (G ,
*bo teaches school in this county, time is dealing gently as cures. I know it for it has helped largely increased property valuationin
on look almost too youthful to have me out a time. Sold by all practically every county in the .
84 pitted through the city Tuesday many ( Prepared by ..,. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.
'r.: ler way home to attend a wedding. 1 ben a veteran of the civil war. Druggists & M in Dealers. m &*ate.-Tallahassee:! Capitol. --v- __ ..P'o'T -_

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To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. .

In a recent sermon, Rev. W. J. BITTER: i m AWARDTher \ i Daracamph;

Ca-1y of Stamford, Connecticut, i I i

ended a vigorous sermon on local Is Talk In Vancouver j Appointed British Ambassador I
+ Eacently Completed Audito-iI Relieves Instantly or Money Refuel .L :

conditions by saying: .
of Annexation rium Is Destroyed. to United States.
"I ask you to throng the primariesfor Muscular Rheumatism

the purpose of demanding the BUILDING WAS VALUED AT $ ,COO.I NOW( AT THE SPANISH COURT. Sore Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuriif
nomination of the denent, purest AND CANADIAN INDEPENDENCE. !I
I I The oaly External Randy which will Sweat Out
and best type of Aua rieaa manhood Betides Auditorium, $15,000 Residence Regarded as Moat Astute Diplomat.Has tk
Many Englisn Residents of British ColumSia Fever and Inflammation
that utie found. If we fail to do I I
of Mrs. Penland Was Burned Insurance Great
SaId 01111 111 15c.S0a 4t: SLOO BotthL A t a.. pr4 asw.. l
this, tben our ratio will die. I : Say that Canada's Grates'
on Properties: Amounts to $2(,,. Lking For Americans and a Desire
Dies not Rev Cidy and all other Possibilities Lies In Annexation ta FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON .;P : GRt.CSTONL
I 000.-Auditorium Will Be Rebuilt j to Come to United States.
minister who are nuking similar to the United Stites. I --
to their realize Knoxville Tenn., Oct. 24.-A specialto I London, Oct. 26.-The AssociiteiProis .
appeals congregations i
I Vancouver. E. C., Oct. ? .-Loca.feeling : Tie Sentinel from Asheville, X. C-, is :able to announce tZe appoint J. F. EDWA ; DS'BIG
that they are made to a class of perpie : U vary bitter over the awardo gays the recently completed As-aevills: I meat of Sir Henry Durand, preset I' :

the treat \jority of whom hive ; the Alaskan Boundary Commission. auditorium, valued at U ,OOO, was destroyed British ambassador to the Uo'efi

no right to go ro he primaries or no There is much! talk of annexation and by fire this morning shortly j States to succeed the late Sir Michael i j WHISKEY HOUSE

of Canada becoming ladependent, business after 4 o'clock. Besides the Herbert ,
to influ. use the nominationor I
power I men being generally much &3latisled torium the residence of Mrs. a.Udi-1 Official announcement of tie appointment Gainesville and Ocala Fla.
election of any e"udidite? at what they pronounce British Penlaad, valued at 16,000, vas however, will not be made until : _. 1

The church censu-.Thaws that only disregard of Canadian interests to destroyed. Monday, when the kin; will formally; -- -- 1
plea the United States. The properties were insured tor sign his comm ian. = -
one fourth or one firth of tho att-n-
It U a matter of comment thai 3:0.0'10. The favor of the Queen wag Sir Harry DaranJ: left Lon:on yea \ ,

dance U of the masculine gender, the ao3< the discontented are Englishmen played at theaudi axiom last night, today far iliirid. where, at hla own I '

three fourths have no influence in the residing hera.' Many of these and this compa.n"' scenery an} etre-c" scab.. he 'will perai.o.t ly /*na UQC hispromotion. i .. --

election. How much more sensible say that Oanada wCl never achieve hergreatest rare burntd. The auditorium will bta&medlately The Motion:: of Sir I = t'

joaalbilitifts until she be- : rebuiltDYNAMITE ry to aaeceed Sir MiciUeJ :.&n.I'; ;: ,
it would be if these minister would : J 14
was a wrprfw to most people '
appeal to the women ia their congregation : =! DOES DAMAGE.c.r chiefly becau&,, he a** never had any I i ;
i x a
to demand. the billot which r '--'w wnI official oonaactloa with Washington.TI .
i .w.kris.__ : of Stuff Exploits-Towns Thrown Associated Free I arc4 the 4 c ;. a1
would them the right "to 0-
give IV I&
a !
Into Panic. 1-:
a Sir Henry haj frequently expre i d '
throng the primaries for the purple r ;' y'r New York, Oct. 26.-Three freight great liking for Americans and a d... : I

of demanding the noaiinitiin of the ears, One of them loaded! with dynamite sUit to go to tha United States. His ":- ; .

V K 4 H that had broken away from a promotion cornea more or less in the I .! ..
and best of
cleanest, purest: type F
freight rain! the Harlem River
on ordinary course of diplomatic changes,
American minhoo-1 that cm be .,.. branch of the New York New Haven -
;I -. -.... but one of the strongest recommendations i FAMOUS AXlIEiSKK! lilM'll: HilllH: :
found. .. ac<5 Hanford railroad at Baychester which appealed to Foreign ceoretsry I t 1j

If the church ever hop? to inflj- scrip today, collided! with the remain Landadown was Sir Henry's j FINE WINE i. W n I.KI.Bf: and BRANDIH- ,

lee of the train at the bottom of a reputation of b 4ng an excellent law.yer. I Sly$3.00 Rye or Bourbon et.- _.....__..... $1.71 !lYk08Gia tt- ._._...-.. __ t
ence elections it must secure the enfranchisement 4 steep decline, and the car with the A similar qualification had mucx I \ly 1.50 "" "' -. -. -. 2.u.ra r iw Nun' vMy ari., [.. Gar MM It'"!- I r
A zplosive in it blown demolishia 3.00 y J.se .". ll r. ti. .. r.e t.. .. r
of women. waa up to do with t5.t late Lord Pauncefota's My 4.00 .. $00 Mr 10.My f
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three other cars. :i.ooGiatt 1.7h. 4.-
ELNORA M. BABCOCK. 0 islectfon. j i j i Vy 2 50 ...___.._- 1.00'ly 4 e. Eea1.N ap y I
The engineer Thomas Corrigan waa The new ambassador will apeedU) T h e.
thrown off hii seat and was for a few bU farewell to the Spanish court ar I p.
Mary Looking) for Lambs._ minutes In tending-your orders always send euough loou" rlhc0.t.! .'.
slightly stunned. He i |
a manigJ proceed to the United States without I Nn4t *aai l
&al1oDjug.15c; -gallou jug 25r,3; -gdko jug,Vic: \', $1. :
:Mi e Mary J. Thompsni of the a to regain his of m.ud! I sell more and better !
> pi C1 PIC presence delay. whiskey whiskey th* 'jy HOMMIM ri n s.ir.w .q I r.1 pN .. t

CarbbiJ E& Company, of Carlsbad, r however and shut off the steam. Lady Durand is not very strong butt I estgoodaegdlullmeasurea tnalorder wiltconvioceyoatbat'-wearethrc-coplr TrratCM (MikilMorte :
bringing tha train to a stop. la hoped that the American climate YourY.anIlouYIOTlle.e
Ca.I.. ,'teemi tt be A ubiquitous ofT I J. F. ED WARMN !
Nearly every house in Baychsaternffered wm benefit her health and enable Dar
a p rj'o. "PdO >le book: !tone*," she 0 CBaf damage from the exploeloa. to completely fulfill her duties u hos- :I ,

writes, "bo!u I I *U prm-rviajj eggs h'f A woman who! was thrown from bed, tad: of the British! enbui1. T1 II l
U believed to be tha only who of Sir
in alifornU and I get ao oiiay letters person daughter Henry gad Lady Du- More Than a
Tha Above Is a Map of the Territory was !Injured by the explosion. rand ia much liked in Madrid society. .
though a stenographer I cannot wer A policeman who was crossing the There son Is aa officer in the Lancers 'i

them, so will ask the 0ala Banner Recently: Under Dispute and Settled tracks a mile from the shore waalkxocked regiment 'I

by the Alaskan Boundary Commit down by the concussion. Sir MILLION
Henry Howard British andIs DOLLARS
which visits the hous of ao many of I 5 5of
ion. The three detached cars and the rear at The Hague and Luxembourg i

my old frienia, to publish this letter," camera"'A or- nrte<< atat L oar of the mafti portion of tha trainwere Sir Nicholas O'Connor the Britten! .I

etc. And she writes identically the The Rev. Hlltott S. Rowe, the leading burned. ambassador at Constantinople, war e Florida '

game letter to nearly every newspaper Methodist minister of British Columbia Within halt a mile of Baycheeter among others considered for the post I Capital guarantees :
Ration not a pane of glass In any of WTilla British minister to Persia Sir .
who with Chief Justice Hunter I
In the And taw in this J
country gets anyamouat -
Its houses remained intact
constituted the Labor commission which Henry was regarded in St. "Petersburgaa I pure vegetable
of free advertising for the In Westcheater village almost a beta the
lit this summer, ia an interview here ; moat astute diplomat I
Carlsbad E;oJ Co. said: panic reigned. Men rushed to the Graft Britain ever sent to Te &riA. remedy to cure or

that inve t-ueut of "I am a Britisher /aci I bare always poetoffice armed with clubs gun and I
Miry ou au CITY
i says been a Britisher but it Great Brit-1 knives, believing that burglars had NEW I money back. .

L $20; in seven years! any worn"a oa a ain is to hand Canada: over piece meal \ blown open the safe.

fafu can swell a bvik account. to to the United State, I say let us join Two boat houses off Long bland Claein9 Week Will Witness Meet En j ---- -- -..

iao.ouoi the American republic &1&0.1| By doing coitus, half a mile away from the sceneat thuilastic Campaign. .j Cures: ,
i SO now we are large enough populous the explosion were wrecked. Kew York Oct :37.-If the plans ;'

We are afraid that Miry, like enough! and important enough, to There wag some damage done alCHy K the opposing managers do not miscarry Catarrhal atf....tion of tLe ei 1 E Er

II WAUU toi.be fed the have Island. this the closing week of t&t ] nasal
Elijah : by ; something to say regarding: the pIiSl" t'S, bronchial
terms of such annexation and alsowouM municipal corneaja! !tc Greater ties
rich tub, longs, kid..t'Y",
riven 11 na can :ti quick.: '
be potent enough to have something GRAND REVIEW OF TROOPS. York will ouiitrij anything of th bladder and
Our alvlc:* Mall wh' > re A I this paper kind heretofore scan here. i i IHUIII.1'b
to cal in the affairs of the re AlsoNervous
U to steer. little shy of Mary.Joinings' public which ws would form a part. Imposing Spectacle Takes Place at Ft There will be several thousand meet : r ir

i But if we wait until our best and richest Riley, Kans. toga held in the Ilea bormighg by midnight

Claims territory la given away, we shall 1 Fort Riley Kans.. Oct 24.-A grand of Saturday. There will b*

simply be abeorbad. It looks to ml review of all the troops in camp urge Democratic deficit IK Brooklyn bar j I 4

Jenuin s, in hi51 Utter to the voters as if Canada had won the case and held this morning on the fiat south ough alone. i

of the state, causes: : s'ltns alarm to the lost tha territory." of the Republican rlvtn'. The Pusionista have hired lor Sat j Indigestion 1
:Mayor Neelands. of Vancouver The scene from the hills above tt; unlay night every hall south of Four a
cattlemen. Everything good to the tefnth street 4' Ice
mi east of
thinks that the Alaskan award may flats waa beautiful The marches of Broadway Consumption, or any Jiof -
state or the people that has happened, lead to the establishment of Canada troops extended for fully two miles Several, automoblled will start witi IIt-t'S the mucuousmemliraurs. ;

since the governor look hU seat U now a* an Independent nation.A in extreme length and when the long Fusion spellbinders tomorrow night !.. 1
and continue going until the polls art
{ ranks
went sweeping along the manpost
claimed as due aud beloniug to \ opened.
A QUEER CASE. with bands playing, colors flying
8. Jeuuing candidate: for United I and the sparkle of polished steel th<* Bath Low and Mcdellan will! devou Q

State: seuitor. It It concluded that Though Alive and Well Court Holds spectators broke out into enthuoAatIc much time to Brooklyn, which is b)
common consent regarded aa the battle I''
Man To Be Dead. cheers. '
in ke<*|>iug with h'u cltiou, that ail ;
Chicago Oct. :23.! -A dispatch to Th.' In the afternoon the officers o890 As a Tonicit

the young cattle that have come since Tribune from Knoxville, Tenn., says: eave a practical demonstration la the There eeema to tw some unce.saint} I I:

hU introduction into offlj* like all For a third time Silas Hulin, the engineer battalion under Major Leach about District Attorney Jerome continuing uivfs
supposed victim of a murder, in the campaign. He is sa. appetite, J.uiMs I MANUFACTURED CHUT BY
was resurrected construction of entrenchments. There
o&9, they belong to the governor to be in ill-health. the *)t.tt.in, hauisht! thnr i I W4UFACTJRINGl4JACK5ONVIl1L
and appeared alive! and well!I tiara no exercises in tha afternoon an' I RO"FIL
and be U now likely the largeststockholder : in the court room last night as the In the evening Major C. B. Baker Nearly every minister in the citj tirtd feeling, makes the FL U 1 I

in the state-but the chief witness in the habeas core ua read a paper on "Arm, Transportation. brought up the city election in Si, lday's I" weak strops and bappy.
proceedings brought to have discourses. 1 -
Clarence .
t cattlemen will not permit Mr. Jennings' L-
Peak who is under sentence of 1 Mold trod Guaranteed
herdsmen, when they appear for the murder of Hulin SITUATION NOT CRITICAL. LONG HERMITAGE ENDED. I by I'o"totll4't> Drug *lwr.s IatN.-
years liberated. uupoly Drus Store, C E. Taj lor and T. 11'. Trotler,
with the branding iron "W. 8. J.," to I

t be put oa tbeir cattle. They are not The court, however dismissed the War In Far East Not Thought To Be For Twelve Years Andrew Alllsor j .

petition, holding in effect that Silas Imminent Lived In Seclusion.
t wit iu>; to reeoguiza: the governor'sclaim Hulin is dead to all intents and purposes Washington Oct 27.-Owing to the I

to all things] good.-DaytonaGazetteNews. and that the court had no legal failure to receive reports from th-: Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct 27. Th '! HUBBARD & MACDUFf
rfere"with agents of the announcement of the death of a *c
right to the convictionand government in Russia.
judgment which had been properly Japan or Cotes touching the reports? man in Kentucky has ended; the !long i
imminence of hermitage of Adrew Allison, and hE \
secured. An appeal WAS prayedto war, the officials are
Ghosts would frighten many people the supreme court Two yea rs inclined to the belief that the situn has started back to his old home u''i

who are not afraid: of germs. Yet: ago Peak killed a man, who was id e tion Is not really critical. a'that state. I

the gems is a real danger. If thi tied as Hnlin. He was tried ani! It appears that the embassies and Twelve years ago Allison built t I HEADQUARTERS FOR

microscopic animalism could: be magnified sentence In the meantime Hul in legations here of the powers concern log cabin on a mountain near Whiti ; i.

to a size iu proportion to its appeared, bIt the supreme court disregarded ed are equally ignorant of warlike developments Haven and has since lived there. He I

deadliness it would show like a giant his presence aid affirmed: [ the and in answer to inquiries never confided his secret to others I AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
r python or fire breathing dragon. sentence on Us merits u tried oboe e. it Is stated that the only information Monthly he received a package of pa I Ipers I
that they have is from the south. One of these I
The one fact to remember is that the contained In the contained it sa rw,1. ...
is said
t Strict Rules Adopted. press reports. sews which broke j| SS _
germ is powerless to harm the
l : body Baltimore, Oct 21.Representatlvelor The Russian embassy is at present in his self-imposed seclusion, but he de i 4S'fI.
when the blood is pure. It U far railroad companies and the Natioa Charge of Mr. Hanson one of the secretarles. parted as he came, without explaining | e ar 1 ,r
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easier to keep the germ out than to al Association of Undertakers havf Count Cassini!, it Is state:?. the mystery. I 1 ( R .., .

x drive it out after it obtains a hold iu i just completed a conference with the will start on his return to Washington !t rx f t _,< .4.4i

the system.! Dr. Pierces Golden members of the state and provincia. from St Petersburg next aIo Commission Considers Complaint ---i-- zsMj1: -

MediCAljDiscovery: is", the mist powerful boards; of health of North America day. nAtla ta, Oct X7.-Th Southern In I :: -_ =1 51II .r .
terstate commerce comili ion called J :. :: r ;
and perfect of blood purifyingmedkiues. in this city on tae transportation : 4'0 .. .
.. leeo' I MET DEATH UNDER for the purpose of hearing several r _.
t It increases the quantityas I dead bo des. As a result nine ru WHEELS. >IC. 1.
Important cases here '
well as the quality of.the blood- were adopted which will go Into the considered J..... I. ..
and enables the body to resist diseaseor feet July 1, 1904, and after that ti lot' While Wife Was Searching for Him, Yellow! Pine complaint of the Southern I -w:.", __,=-,--....
it will be Impossible to Husband Lay Dead. association against ti Regular Stjlc i.1J""I.-M-.I".II'.
ship the bod '
- to throw it off if disease has obtained New York, Oct 27. Southern railway, and other lines !! Stays ia in.or 6 la.apart: : '
leg of any person dying either of smallpox : -Patrick D. Stays U ill. ur O U1. A'.. t
F a footing. Wherever the digestion which it is alleged have
or bubonic plague. Rooney, secretary and treasurer of a unjustly increased
f is impaired, the nutrition of persons dying of Asiatic cholera Bodies, ol large bedding manufactory in which tbeirfr eight! rates on lumber. Made of large, strong, high-grade steel wires, hen,;" e i. j'J ,: i.

' the body is diminished! for the blood fever, typhoid, diphtheria scarlet yellow he is principal stockholder, has been Today's testimony dealt chiefly wit; Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practt.: > r. r

t is made from the food which is eaten, fever erysipelas glanaerg, anthrax 01 killed under the wheels of a pass en the claims made by the plaintlc that lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is r..1. ,t .,
1 and halt gar train In! which he these rates had injured their lumber Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently ;
digested food cannot supply| leprosy, will be shipped only on arrived with h; turn cattle her***, hs.f
the body with blood in quantity and moat complete conditions of dirt a!she ec wife and chili at the Grand Central tarde. and pigs. _

quality adequate to its needs. For tloa- station. The family was riding in
Form New Cabinet j
different cars owing to the crowd. EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE
this condition there is no remedy Bulapest Hungary, Oct 27.-Emperor GUARANTEED 1i 1
t Police Alert for Diamond Thieves. Rooney alighted to seek his wile
equal to "Golden Medical Discovery." Francis Joseph has entmstf by the manufacturers and by us. Call and .
and fell under it Can
New York, Oct 27.-Incoming the wheels. His wife see show \ : W 1
It cures ninety-ei hundred person* who given it a fair' j ing that the dead forming a new cabinet Count
for a band of thieves who are re ) man was her hus lisza
trial. When there ia no constipation ed to( have secured $100,000 worth fArt.band.. : Finally so* ani her little son man Tisza is a son and of former Premier Ccle Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Corn VafaW.
: Is thoroughly Economy Sellers
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pallets will diamonds! and jewelry from the val;t t proceeded to W* !b ire, where aa ofi i the to ,

: promptly relieve aad' permanently: of Knight!; Frank & B tiey, the Lot' | fleer arrive .'? afte-sad with! tie ';! emperor. with whose vie..s 1 bagrees. : i: Paints, Cils, Glass, Doors, Sash, Blinds!; Etc

doa auctioneers Oct. 1C. news.
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STOKES-EDWJUDS.{ A Pleasant Musical Ocala Death of An Aged Citizen.
f = Quite good sized crowd gatheredat As we were passing down the tr..eton ; Rev. J. D. Lee died at his residencenear

.t j| HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN A Pretty Home Wedding Solemnized the home of Mr. and Mrs. George the way to our office Saturday this city Wednesday morning at

,,. ; Wednesday Night. McKay Friday night to enjoy the morning we passed two strangers and 8:30 o'clock.

'I Jlf.J. S. Weather, of Leroy, was a A prrtty and quiet horn weddingwas musical given for the benefit of the one said to th other: "Oeala is a The deceased was: born in GeorgiaDec. Gamii

.". VWtor! yesterday to this city. fcolernuizfd Wednesday night Presbyterian! pipe organ fund. pretty little city, its pavements are : 30, 1830. He attended Emory

{ r f jlr.R. B. 8nowd has moved from when Kiss Elizabeth Ed wards and Mr. The house wad very prettily decorated nice, its hotels are nice, its newspapers i college but on account of ill health 1 r

..' Crwcent" City, to Oakland, Cal. Henry D. Stokes, both of this city; ,, with quantities of golden rod are nice, its streets are nice, did not graduate.He 2

were united in'marriagf.The and purple wild flowers the two IN stores are nice and its people are was married to Miss Martha
ladiee are taking active meaa-
; the Edwards home on Magnolia colors blending moat effectively.Mr. nice and progressive." Indeed, he ,, Lee Mathis Sept 2o, 1564, who survives
alive the public library.t Inside each pound package of
; ores to keep street had been beautifully decorated and Mrs. McKay are clever said "it is one of the nicest: little : him. He has also) one living

') \ Mr. J. A. Enslow 5 ,jr.of the"Anoint for this happy event, the entire house hosts and did much for the pleasureof cities in Florida." i daughter, Miss Mattie Le. :

f; ClIr."l. at the Ocala House being a mass, of patens, evergreens their guests. Now were those not nice com U-1 i Mr. Lee w3 a local preacher nearlyall Lion Coffeewill

t- Some of OcaU'a ments. : his life and was a
o o !I- and cut flowers The ceremony was most talented I man truly 'ith-I

;o J.' Mrs.' Henry W. Long, of Martel,' performed by Kev. L. B. Warren, of musicians took part in the entertainment And the nicest thing that may be out guile. be found a FREE came.,

:.l[ pent yesterday in Ocala. the Baptist church, and was wiiuess- and it was thoroughly ebjoyed. said about Ocala is that it is growing The funeral will be conducted from I 60 different games. All new.

: t The consisted of vocal solos nicer day. the Methodist Episcepal: church
T 'jfr.and lira. W. T. Frierson went ed by only the relatives and a few program every At Your Grocer's.

; down to St. Petersburg yesterday. intimate friends of the bride and by Miss Whitfield, of Tampa, Mrs.J. Let us all pull together so that every yesterday morning and his remaius

groom. P. Hilburu, Mra. J. D. Williams, stranger who comes amongst us will laid to rest in the old cemetery.
'IJ left I
!, t Mr*. R. A. O : af- At the appointed time-tight thirty Mrs. Harry Lapbam, Mrs. M. C'I form the same opinion as his whose I Rev. J. A. Hendry officiated. 0 _,

f f ttrnoon for Clearwater to spend a" few o'dock-th wedding march was Looney, Mr. D. 8. Woodrow, Dr. \ compliments are given above.A -r---_':_: ",', ...,, -j
"Watch the
f C. Lindsay and duet Messrs. Kidneys. '::; !',..:..: ..j
if reeks played by Mrs. John Edwards and a by Change in the Hard Roads Recommended ... .: : .
they are affected life is in
t t Quite a number w 11-i enjoy u foxbase the bridal party entered the parlor. Gerig and Alworth. Mr. Leon Fishel *' J2!:: '
danger, Dr. Abernethy, the
a few miles north of the city The only attendant was little Miss! ,. and Miss Louise Hvott rendered instrumental \\V have been rwjUrsted to state eats .,...,;::;- ,:- _,..O -, '- .
'f ( i great English Dhysiciau. Foley'sKidney .-' :t;.'. ::::e.,:_,.'..,', : :fj'p.
,t toolgbt. Ava Lee Edwards, neice of the bride, I solo.- and Miss Bernice that MtSsrs. J. M. Bell, V. Seckinger Cur makes bound kidneys. ,/,;:::-/......\.1---: >4i' ".. ,". -- ",.
Mr. H. L. Anderson came in yesterday who was very dainty in a beautiful Mark and Uis Rose Karger gave and J. L. Smith, Commissioners appointed Postotfice Drug Htore. in ," J c--r.-\::- t.-)....-....,.-;"'. -).r"'ofT

from a professional visit to In- "hitedrt8.i. Miss Edwards entered I readings. There was also grapha-! by the board: of county commiviiouers -- -- I .: J -.... :rI"-.
Revival services will! legiu at the -
phone music during the evening.A recommend a change in' I .
with her father, who gahl'r : l
ffrnt'M. _,_, away. ,
: Christian! church Monday night!! -/, '';
the report already made to that body
Her white silk I
wedding was
Mra. 0. M. Eaton came in yesterday gown Cow Case. Nevember iud.! 'Ibe miuiiter, 1) E. ,,--9-
.. relative to the extension of the hard
ti tafleta
afternoon from a brief visit to Orange ueover e aboritely trimmed Mrs W. T. Cole had Mr. C. J. Manna, will be as'sintwi by Ktv. RS. B. .
with bilk Cluney lace. She road from Blitrhton to Ocala. Instead rsrftlL.
Lake.Ir. _ veil and carried white Wever, city cow impounder, arrested of crossing: from the K. S. 0. & Moore, pastor of the Fiat Christian
wore a ehry.sauthen.uu.s. -
) and Mrs. Dorr Wtstcott MeLtury Wennesday for violating the ruelty church, of Atlanta, G*. Mr. Mooreis
6. railroad to the Mirtel read i: is
r- of Cornell, were at the Ocala : to jiuimals" statute.' Mr. Never a scholarly man and an an excellent FIIOM Only the W.
I proposed to stop at the northwest
r At the couclusum or the ceremonythe impounded a cow belonging to I preacher, and has bad much successin OIT; OVEN nia>rial seeinto
| Home yesterday.I corner of the race track and come the ovfti and
f guests were invited into the idm- Mr. Cole and iu driving the animal evangelist labors. Mr. Moore is only the
A-: has returned into Ocala due eat from that point
Mr. A. McCranie lug room, where an elaborate course to the pound it ia claimed that I editor of u Christian paper, antI much 3EST BREAD
,'( his old home in via the Howard Academy
from* short visit to supper wa !served.: he lathed her so :severely that m some I '-- -. -- I I interested in mi.- wary work 'eiuii { rullHllil It is ilehshtfully crisp and

t Georgia. M r. and )J ril. Stokes were the re- places the kin was raised in wnelps I A Very Pretty Flower. :I i i pre-ideut of thtlitorgii CurUtian wt..o"u.! A few ..Ii.-'... buttered a

\i Mrs.Jim Brown and baby went ioI dpi llts of mauy happy congratulations for several! inches anti SXIOIH places Frink Harris bus had su-h excellent : Mission :Snci.ty.:::; as meal me.it in lsrlfand alaui as nutritious

aud best wi& es. They left on broken and the flesh success w:1l1l.1is Daily Ocala: Banner -
Weir yesterday tos-peui a short > exposed.Thecae : OHfiv for Rl'pftli. "'e fan II@ mere
j I L'e that he has been obliged to en The Xoftmber ifnuejf the Florida: satisfactorily filled by {
4 r with Mrs. Brown's mother. the night train for Jacksonville and was tried litfore J utlgeRob..rt
while larks it to seven columns. It has, ]I I Fruit and: Truck Grower is one of the
j the east coast to be Bullock.
points on I
I PANSY Pea, 5T IOiOt tine pUnts; practically opposition and richly |! best copies that has rached The Suu
hundred.1023m three weeks. The bride's traveling The following per-ons were jurors, deserves the patrouage of the people 3E1'ls'nAr'cgy J ,
J f 15 yenta per dozeu; $1.10 per I I i editor's desk. This excellent : !
OCALA GREENHOUSE.Mr. gown was a blue cloth suit with bat viz: R. L. Martin, C. M. Liviugs'ou, of the enterprising Brick City.-Pen- I

It, : to match. L..e Neely, Jaws Dorsey, J. W. Gates s-col l Press I! published at Ocala by L. J. Brumby
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W. T. Henderson, of Lynne, and should be read by truck
' : Mrs.-Stokes is the only daughter of and Mr Altmau.Mr. I Along! list of candidates held the !: every ". .
the callers: nt this office I board i and fruit in the state. Price ro'EV' l'.T1i"-1Q '"'I'
political DeFuuiak
Was among Mr. and Mrs. Judson Edwards andwasiaised vVfcver was assesed: one dollar at yesterj j t grower : :: t. .::J
and enrolled his name on I day. .dollar! Gaiuesvillf F 1
yesterday i iu O ala. She has many aid: costs. I on. a year.- sun. Makes kidneys and Ratter:

list of h'lb: our growing who will this
-- t friendshere paperin Car Load of Mules at Mclntosh.Mr. .... -

;' Mr. P.'r. iUiulall, prosperous and extending to her their vtry best E. E. Barkley, of Mt.. Sterling, !I X -xyx- -xxx- -xxx'= -xxx': :'xxx- -xxx- -xxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxx- -xxx- -x\x- X
for happy married life. -xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx--Xx- =xXx- -xXxxXx-
and wishes a
mincut tuercbani orange has M the carload of horses I ,
\" Pro Ky., s< I
I f
Ocala about II I
numberedamong came to a
i grower of Connor, was The groom and Diulta that he bought to Mcln- :i X

.. i \ ().seta's- visitors yesterday.Mr. I'I year has ago made from numerous Alathu friends county here.and loch another two carload weeks Mclntcwh ago and will by Tuesday have- Xx h HIGHEST QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO.: i ft i ir

W. B. Barnett, the famous
awl assistant
... I I He is stenographer the 27th. This carload will be r Xx )ex
Jacksonville bituker, when he! came Xx xU
J. for the H. B.
bookkeeper I mostly all mule",, as be found the demand -
''fr to Florida iu 1e75 rim came to Ovals j jI
,;. for g'Mxl mules better than he U ifU
led registered Tom Hiawatha, Kan. The couple received a number of I MARION
expected. Th!>'a: mules were bought

Tom Johnson says that the next ; handsome yrtbeuts. from the farmers around Mt. Sterlingand Ij i ?

of Ohio will be democratic Amouir the out of town guests at and there
legislature wen\bought right, are
be returnedto I: the wedding were the grew n's mother, I ll HARDWARlmI I
ic and Hanna will not not two or more profits to be made on &
grandmother, .11 of
States senate.
the United I them. Tboe bought in Atlanta and

1 Alaebua county. cities have several
other large profits
The World all along, predicting t -
+ --
z aud commissions charged: up against I '
J.ow' election for mayor of New Death of J. Robert Esterling.Mr. i
them before the tirst's le. It d w ti COMPAUY iti
-,' York, now predicts the election of G. W. Ray arrived in the city I I

McClellan. Monday from Barnwell, ei. C., and The Phosphate Industry. Xx xx

the sad news of the death of for Xx x
brought The
price phosphaterock
Ramon's Relief is a cure for ueuf average Xx -
I ljia, toothache cramps and the like J. Robert Easterling at his home in per ton realized: at the phosphatemines I I I Ij I

that we can recommend to all our that city Tuesday night Oct 20 of this country during 190:2 is as xX! \\ e are Ocala Agents for I Ix I

tMcuitrB Try a 25c. bottle. Post- Mr. Easterliug was well known follows: The average price per long ?

office Drug-Store. in throughout this state and especially ton of Florida hard rock during 1902 .I II

Mr. Chas. '1'. Gibson, the pioneer in this section, having done a good was considerably lower than in the : ; "FAVORITE" STOVES&NIIxX

tUlzeu of Grahamville-ou-the-Okla. deal toward the elopmeat and preceedimj! year, being $-1.06, as compared : ?

'abl, Wait shaking hands yesterday improvement in methods of growing with S9.23: in 1901. This grade !

With old time friends on the streets of' and marketing vegetables. of product averaged $.j.:5 in 1900, None Better on the Market xXII

! t Ocala The Eisterliug Brothers, of which $-1.60 in 1899, and S3.S1 in 1898. The x x
, : )Ir. George Williams and Mr. Paul 1 firm the deceased was a member, continued increase in the productionof I

, Dart! have each put in an additional I were the largest growers of melons laud pebble has been accompanied I I I II

i Chair In their tonsorial parlors iu an- I and canteloupes in Florida.Mr. with a decrease in the average I XX'e= are Ocala Agents for x XxI >ix

I t1di|tion of A big winter trade. Easterling had been ailing for price per ton, which was $::091 in 1S99,

II some mouths, but it was not thought $:?.7i in 1000, $:!.67 in 1901, aud $2.32: : in I U ? 1 1I
r )Ir. T. H. Lanier, registration of- WftfSIV' FIELD PENCEI'U
ill until he returned HELL
I Bctr for Lake county, hail been in that; he home was seriously from North Carolina 190 x. These in excess prices,of however the price, are in considerably 1S9S Xx (

i Oeala! for some day past aud is give time I I I f ff
night, at ton.
last: Saturday which averaged $1.89 per long

I Jilw lofout|Q Interesting Lake interviews of pol- he was compelled to take to till his death bed, Do You Know What You are Taking f*x Its Superior Isn't flade. f fXx I

from which he never arose
t"' ... When you take Grove's Tasteless
HU1C1rheuln tlsm, still'joints, claimed; him. XxXx
Chill Tonic because the formula ia
*avld orr, burn, bruise or any flesh wife and two childrento Xxi
He leaves! a
oond? lUmon't Nerve and Bone death plainly printed on every bottle show- i We Are Headquarters i IIJl i

w and Oil turns such auiictions. Ref mourn his sudden ing that it is simply iron and quininein I It

seen.lbt r the name-Ramoug, 25c.t The Ocala Banner joins the many a tasteless form. No cure uo & s

t 1\\o1\ke t Dru? Htore. m friends in Florida in extendingtympaathy pay, 50c. T nu 11BASH DOORS AND BLI TDS J
f to the beloved ones.t -
Mr. Edwin Pittrnau returned yt>g- Notice. ii

hisfather's On the first Monday in November
visit to
k"1 from w XX s
Last Night.
/ the Armory the tax book will be open for the collection x x
gruye (la Cltru county and brought I Write Us For Prices. ije i
A pretty informal dance took place of 1903 taxes. Please' give

E.ek with him a rich cluster of grape- at the armory last night in which this matter your early attention. e !XX! !ii I II 1

halt Ilk M4 the orange groves inrUr. Respectfully, Xx

>. ... aN reminders of old times; fifteen. and couples Mrs.participated.Mr. S. T. Sistrunk, Mr. 10 23 2t Tax E.Col.L. Marion CARNEY Co., I ) I i ik s sx

fe sad that owe of the trees on his I and Mrs. F. L. Watson and Mr. and ------Land- .-For Sale. H k x The Marion Hardware Company llU 1 1I

l 'al,",,'. places will\ yield as many asAfclr4UKrlu C. Pasteur acted as 315 Acres of Fine I ;

L a" au_N. Mrs George Well timbered, welll04aled. Titles I I I I II fI
and Mr. Leon Fishel furnished J. E. Waters, IIn
chaperones perfect. Write to FLORIDA.
ft I ; I
town sutfering with the music. Ocala, Fla., or J. A. Waters, Croom, I
the best cold enoughto Fla. 10 9 3m XK &
indAiuMi eye asked for The weather was just 2

dfu< ,Uir., and was sent to the make dancing enjoyable and the The report of the gun of the sports- II? llw I ( j
-xxxxxxxxx -xxxxxx- -xxx-
smut l>f it Htore. They supplied him evening passed away swiftly and de man will soon be a familiar sound. X -xXx--xxxxxx-xXxxXx- -xxx-- --xXx xxxxxxxxx--xXx- -xXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXxxXx- -xXjt- X
.Ub a tattle of Joba K. Dfekey'sr The hunting season begins Monday.
WJ lUiiatU Eye Water. mIL lightfully.


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In his letter to the jople( of Florida The following passages from an Hon. RobertV.. Davis' letter to the WE INHERIT !

212213, Silt:?. Announcing bis candidacy for governor I opinion rendered in a dog: case by .n people of Florida announcing his Scrofula manifests itself in many ways. SWch; ..f the ger.w; tht l f

Hoo. Robert W. Davis make Atlanta judge will no doubt be appreciated candidancy for governor is the most neck and throat, Catarrh, weak eyes, white swelling: t ff r' .tve ,_ 'I
?. 7. Lun:;:;!, S shess Haza::. by the lovers of this faithful scesses, skill eruptions, Iou cf strength and weakness i ii muse- .' 4 !
the following reference II.s to corpora- astute, diplomatic and carefully) couotructed '
It is a miserable disease and traceable m almost every inat.i: t a ...
-- tions: animal as well as instructive to our document that has: so for I family blood taint

readers Scrofula is bred in the ScrohIa OG ta. b.... f
"I am connected with no rpora- young : : been promulgated by any of the can I little appeared ... oaly lit I M"

4 Lion eithrr currt-tly or indirectly nor "The dog has figured very extensively didn't for tale office.Iu from bone parent, is transmitted to child, s The old, dlM&.e and spread nnt:rapid attM1I"av.ta.r ate.,".yw :.
..r. do I own tock in any, nor urn I controlled in the past aud present. In w.fearedwosicians' 4lo..".1' .t.llt _.:
J'L.. I bYlI.ny. B.it I do not iudurimmately very frankness fore ends criticism the seeds are planted in +.+ iaent wr M_. :M. Ittt, ;
< denounce them or Mil tbology, as Cerfbus, he w&s in- infancy and unless the could do nothinj to 1'.1.*ve tae .- t.4noc :
nt. It was tha that
\ w. 4"1',
> rr.. against them. As there are gooJ men trusted with Matching the gales of blood is purged and PU- try S. S. S. That m dic a. *t f.>D.,. ...'a. ;
.. and bai so there are good and had Fur inxtauce speakiug of his oploLents rified and every atom of & speedy aDd oomt)1.u au,a. a.. I. :< 4:
hell and he have V a young lady aad h.. ....r b,64 '
seems to performedhis a
: 1\ corporations. They are the !-retorrt be rays "they are genileiueu of thetalIILIemOSEdCTOf- r Of the .saeaao to rf't lira, wp r
of J..w. Thy could not, exist if we duties so well that there were but ula is sure to develop at MBa. RUTH )IRLLY .
high character and unquestioned 130 South 3th Street. ,
\ ourselves, by and through our legisla some period in your life. SIIM .a..
tares, did not create them and give few escapes. patriotism." No remedy equals S. S. S. as a cure for Scrofula. ItclUBIM.n -:';.j, f
them lif. They exist by our promfioa "In literature he has appeared more the blood makes it rich and and under the tone .
MOTTO; THE BAS.NEB, BEUEVIXO and are not nrwswriiy inimicalto htfcreaucn praise they stand dis up pure e-- t* f. .
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO the public weal. Nor is a man a often than any other animal, except, armed. great Blood Remedy the general: health improves, the dltStl\t' :.: ,,- .:r, f
OF THEMSELVES, HAS brcauae he belongs to strengthened and there is a gradual Lut .- ". ,
TAKE CARE public enemy the horse. sometimes he is ?
TAKEN ITS MAND IS THE BARRICADES or ill employed by a railroad companyor perhaps, : Again he says, "it is not important ( ::: (CI::: to health. The deposit of tubercular re.utrr !.? .1'

WITH TUB COMMON PEOPLE, a steiublp hue or a bank. Manyof greatly praised, and at others greatly nor lit-ce! ry to the people of Florida joints and glands u carried off as .v.rf a. ;' AND" ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR our best and moat honored citizens: abused. Sometimes he is made the IB Tutored, to a normal ".n !
THE BETTERME.N t OF THOSE AT THE are so employed, while thousands of that I should be governor. lions, and otter svuipt.inis> ..f S.'rulula d....' '- .; :
i : rrox- ouryouugmen, sons of farmers: andrtiins type of what is mean, low and contemptible And Hijjtiu.; S. S. S. is guaranteed purely veytt-Me .P-4 haruilt: **: ar ..:r... ;
and meMi .nt3 alite, are ; while in others ne is described and tonic that all blood U .t .. d
x these fields of human "1 do not pretend to have always purifier removed : a L.u..dup \tt'1t"l..;.._ f
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30f 1903 entering endeavor. Corporations, however, in terms of euulogy.Old tions. Our physicians will advise without care:, aI wio wn1 Ua tit I
voted right thouzh; I have always tleir Book mailed free.
being creatures of law should! be controlled dog Tray u ever faithful; cue. a
by law and when they undertake Gnet cannot drive him away tried to." THE SWIFT 3iafCU.,: CO., ATLV1TA, CA.r I
The Miami Metropolis U soon to be He u gentle he is kind;
to go beyond their charter power Pit never never findA And again.
Issued &s a daily. or to ignore the public good they better friend thaa old dog fray.' _
should be. checked "I have endeavored to be conoistent. ,

Oranges ant quoted higher in Cincinnati It occurs to us that this a very fair Nor can any of us fail to rememberthe ." I mnmmnr"mm1Unnmnnnn, ,,,, r t ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,,,",m
iatt'Uigental1imrsl whose behalf
than New York. He concludes hi.s letter in the following
statementMr. 'Old Mother Hubbard went to the
candid manner: E. K. NELSON &
1 he man in search for an office in a Davis says there are good and cubbord. CO. *
"I know full tell that my life baa
election baa task. bad corporations. .
primary no easy "Few have deserved and fewmen
men -- ------ -- ----- ----
C !
not been an example of what a man 7
Let us see bow this is. have worn higher praise in an -
Tbe Seventh Dy, AdventisU are ought always to be." We have 3
The editor of this is president -
papr epitaph than the following, which -
having acamp meeting at Birtow. Altogether :Mr. Davis' letter is a
of aD incorporated company was written by Lord Byron in regardto | Pretty |
most remarkable one and will ,
At no period in the history of Flor- doing business iu south Florida. to dead Newfoundland ; 'Ne!'r -
strengthen his candidacy and increase
ida bas Uffe ben such a hunger for :Most: of the members of the com- this spot lies the remains ..f one who E Stylish
his puUrity with rile voters of the -
office. panyare persons of limited means.Thfof'jeet iMhwed without
) beauty vanity;
state for its candor and frankness and 5
Nothing to do but wors these days of the compiny is to develop strength without insolence; courage
freedom frow criticism of
his opponen's. -
and we find it a nice thing t.. dl). It an orange grove in the southern without ferocity, and all| the virtues
teats doing nothing out of eight. ser"Hon of the tate. of man without his vices.' This praise |
It is an exceedingly clever and
Singly the members are not able to which would be unmeaning flattery ::
modest .
There are now to thou*aDd four pay for the land clear it, purcbas- if inscribed over human ashes, is buta production.Do g For Rich People 1 3E
Hundred soldiers and widows drawing
the trees, set them out and bring them just tribute to the memory ol You Want to Yawn. -

I pensions! from the slate of Florida. into bearing. Bu, collectively, are Boatswain, a dog who was born at Feel cold shiveriugs, achiug in the For Poor People 1 |

The unfortunate voters to be pitied able to do soQuarterly Newfoundland, May 3, 1551, and and great bone,depression lack of energy? These, headache symptoms and At Low Prices. 3

who to listen to the candidate ao a-epaient of ftvpercent *
isromprlled died at Xewstead Abbey, Nov. 10, l-
be followed
by violent headache -0
may ...
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with a griev nce. is made and when & hundred 1S08. .* All who have seen sir high fever, extreme nervousness a = =

-- -- dollars: is paid< in stock to that amountis Edwin Landseer's picture will condition known MS m l..ria. Her-
Ten eacdirtau-s for office poke at great E E. K. NELSON & CO.
Fort Pierce during uur meeting. issued to th.. stockholders. know bow much human intelligence bine cures it. Take: It before the di<-

Isn't the voter to be pitied? Everything w let out by contract cn be expressed in the face of a dog.Hia eloit work gets a cure a fair many hold stage., hough J. A it Hop will :-::: "..'.:.''.'.'..'_.\ t"1"9........... ....-.t. r.i i. .=..=.

: and a !( scrutiny is made of each picture entitled 'Layiug Down
I Manchester Kan.
kins. writes: "I
Hon. John L. Morgan, member of I
the Florida railroad commission, an- ito-m. the Law,' will not he forgotten in considering have used >Uur great medicine, Her- !I lII111UIIIUIIIUIIIIIIIIIIUIUIIItIIIIl11111UIIIIIIIUIilUl, j uutu1NTI & 1St

The officers of the company receiveno the dog as a litigant. Then bine, for several years. There is

Bounces his candidacy fur re-el-ction. salaritaand as soon as the treesare the dog has figured in mythology, uothiiig better for malaria, chills and ''''''i! '''' '''' =''''''''''''''''''''''''_ ....... '"'

lie may not<< be EliJah, but they are brought into bearing all a-se 9wents history poetry, fiction and art from fever, headache, biliousnes, and for a : )
blood-purifying tonic, there Ls noth-
riding him in a cbarlct of fire inNew cel!. e. the earliest time down to the present.Appleton .
ing as good oUe. Anti-Mouopoly i ( -MONOPOLY DRUG STORE.
York, all right enough.-AtUu.Lm It seems to us there Ii nothing evilor C. J. says: From the Drug atroe, and Tydings & Co. m

Journal. criminal a corporation of this time of the pyramids to the present ?I
-- -- Mr. John A. Lyons, president of i I
Nobody in the first congressional n:1t ureaThlt day; from the frozen pole to the torrid | Medicine is one thing thai stands: between life aDd d* th. Y>..r
the First Hear Club in Florida who
dulrict feeerns to have any cougrrs- company Is engaged in developing zont wherever Jmaa has been, | physician writes a prescription that will do you good if properly ii

ional aspirations except Mr. Spark. an undeveloped section! of the tbtre has been his dog. CVrvier has recently went to Atlanta to extendMr. I i up and good pure drugs used.: We are now prepared tu All prrtp

}. state and will add to i iu resource and Hearst! an invitation to visit | Lions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davit A C.., awl matt hiwbcl asserted the dog was: perhaps, necessary
revenues It, perhaps, will help towardj'inducing Jacksonville, bays that personallyMr. : ; equally reliable houses. It i worth your while la trick a* the
The Tallahassee Daily Capital is railroad built for the establishment of society, Hearse U one of the most affable H subject aud insist on your pn-siTipiions liu;: brougtai b..ri tttish I
authority for the statement that there being and that a little reflection will convince nothing but the very best drug that eau be procured are u..1.
further down the It men In the country. The 1igtin-
west gulf coast. barbarous nations
us owe
are onebnniredand five old maidsIn | Full Line of Standard Patent Medicines.
guiihed New Yorker willl oit Ja k.
: .
will me employment to labor and
much of their (civilization above the '"
Capital City.
will in no act in restraint of sonuille some time in December. Of f.
way brute to the pot! -sica of the dug :
Editor: Carter, of the Jacksonville trade but, oa the will facilitate course it will not do for him to leneFlori.ia
; contrary, He is the friend |laud companion of Our Line of
Metropolis, has indeed become ai .
and, be helpful to trade in many his master, accompanying him in his without visiting Ocala.t :
famous.! His picture adorns one of -- file Toilet Soaps, Peraunjery, Fancy Stationery Ete.
ways.It talks; his! servant, aiding! him !in bis t .
the page of the Police Gazette. Cannot be surpassed iu central l Florid, sad as to .... tree l'M ,
seems to us that a corporation of hunting the playmate. of his children ""
; ;
Jacksonville is making strenuous ]I only say that we propose standing strictly up to wi "t sn taatei
this kind is helpful to iu members an inmate of his house, protecting it indicates.
tttoru to have her carnival a success.Whenever .
and helpful to the slate and should against all assailants.MR. .

does thiug by halves and not be restrained by law but sho'ildUs t l i Give Us a Cell,

vUttors will discover! what & city with protected and encouraged thereby.In HEARST'S VISIT TOj ATLANTA. 1 PTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STO {L

Jacksonville's push can do. his analysis. : of good and !had t
Will history repeat itself? J. W. CASTEL, Prop.
The Manatee, RtCjrJ that corporation Mr. Davis u 4 I
rays quite correct Mr. Horace Greeley'3 visit to Texas II
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Frank A. W lpole} ha severed hU and in his summing up states led to his nomination for prvM'ieuoa I '1- 5! !i'rtiJ@"IiJ".r: :
.ntection with the Herald the ease plainly and .
Tuuipt tran'sly. the democratic ticket in lS7i r.G.Q. --

anti will again become a citizen of There are good and bad corporations Will Mr. Hearst'visit to Atlanta jl..
..... .a.aa..a..ol
Manatee county a? he says.The : culminate in the same manner? Ft.w : :
-- -- ----- His .r.i
good ones should be protected reception was more spun tane-

I Ipjh and encouraged by our law ous! and enthusiastic and he has this U : MILLINERY AND ART I

outers 9.nlllhe bad ones weeded out. advantage over the late Mr. J Horace ,. n r p..-;.

Greeley, viz:...Heha< always: been a =- =- '-c. ---' --- I

The "Bobtail" Coat and the Clergy. consistent democrat.Mr. r+ r.

'rt I I The Greeubrier Presbytery, one of Hearst ha recently been fleeted f I FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. |

the most important ecclesiastical! to congress from :New York City y r y

bodies in West Virginia, has declaredwar and is daily growing in popularity. t-/ .

oa the bobtail coat in the following A Hearst Club was recently formed : The Highest in Art and FineTrade. ito-

most solemn manner: in Philadelphia composed entirely Don't forget the old man 9

"Resolved That it i is the solemn of republicans: .Jwho favor. Mr. with the fish on his back. : be on Display in Great and:. Beautiful. :

HiIS and painful conviction of this Greenbrier Hearston account of his attitude towards For nearly he
Ii : i ; thirty years Designs. No previous effort has ever .
1 Presbytery that some of the labor.No man: in Americahas has been traveling around the __ .

: i STRONGER ministerial brethren are departing: done more for the rights of labor \vorld, and is still traveling, : compared with this greatest__ aid_ .meet :

from the time-honored custom of the and the advancement of the cause of bringing health and comfort .

i! THAN HIS fathers in wearing bobtailed coats, the laboring people than has Mr. William .vherever be goes. perfect selection.--ever--viewed__. ia_u__0._.. i

II STOMACHDRPlERCES and the presbytery would herebywarn R. Hearst. And yet he is not To the consumptive he : :

the brethren against conformity i inimicable to capital for he U himself brings the strength and flesh -- __- -

to this custom of the dudes. Let the a large capitalist. he so much needs. .

I offending brethren be warned of what I i Mr. Hearst is a philanthropist and To all weak and sickly I MRS L T, TOMPKINS,

is founding colleges in hill fold home children
the uncircumcised may do to them, he gives rich and

GOLDEN"MEDICAL as recorded in First Chronicles XIV, in California and is giving! donationsto strengthening food. $ OCfUA'S LEADING MILLINER

i, 15. We respectfully poinl them to" colleges in all parts of the country. To thin and pale persons .

He lately f5OOOto .SISIIIS.III......eI
the vestures of the fathers and brethren !gave the Atlanta he gives new firm flesh and

of the Technological Institute.In rich red blood. -
presbytery. Revs. :M.: H. '
the Bryan campaign of liOOIr.' :: ,. -
Bittinger, W. T. Price and M. L. Children who first saw the

I Lacy, as having coats becoming in Hearst duplicated every| donation old man with the fish are now JUST RECEIVED
DISCOVERY I that was madeito the
length, in opposition to conformity campaign grown up and have children
Young, active, enthusiastic! enterprising .
of their
to the fashions of the present day." own. OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big B *t.n 1

The Presbyterian church is determined brainy, wealthy, consistently He stands for Scott's Emulsion lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United t

CURES I that dudeism shall not obtain democratic, with the record of a of pure cod liver oil-a States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Kgg

I 1 I. a foothold among its elergy.Bryan's clean life behind him and aided by delightful food and a natural Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm

: WEAK"STOPIAthS four influential! newspapers, the democratic tonic for children,for old folks and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. -
Be sure to see or write us before
that"Dixie" you buy Early
says party could go much further and for all who need flesh and Corn for spring. your
is about the only nationalair and fare much 1
worse in
a j strength.
ue have that is not borrowed or nominee for the !
impending: presidential
stolen from some other nation. I struggle of 1901. I I 4O9-415 Pearl Street New York. The j Ocala
50c. and $l.OO j all druggists. Seed Store-

j SJ t gJ l'k & :f] :: l 'f't <:_&. ;< $ ...; ... 4
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0o you SPECiaL EDITION. The Price of I Convert. -

WITH LAME Dr. Bartlett pastor of the First
BACK As rapidly ,as is consistent with ,' another column of today's paper ql
Congregational church of Chicago 1 !
good work the appears the formal announcement of
matter for .he
; Trouble Makes You Hixrablc.y special made the statement before a missionary
: I fJW1 industrial edition candidacy of Hon. lUnuittc H. ;
of the Ocala Bau-
meeting iu Manchester, N. H., ROYAL RESERVEFour h't'
Abney everybody who reads the news- Her ill Leing into Mays for governor of Florid together
gotten Mr
s is aura to know of the wonderful bhape. the other day that in; some of the
:; tapers cures made by Dr Mr. Brumby, who has charge of this with the plattorm upun which he proposes
: J larger cities of the United States it
i y the Kilmer's Swamp-Root edition, U vtoikuig night aud: day and: to make his canvass. To say cost the church
i I great kidney, liver practically $)00 for
l and bladder remedy. has accumulated a ways of btaiistics that it comes up rally to the expectation Quarts QT Cfl
1 each
"Last he
convert said,
\ t' It is the great medi5 slid valuable data uhich of his friends but mildly ex- Delivered, j>J xL JU
i g. cal triumph of the nineteenth being "the thirty three churches of Boston

t ,. ii century; discovered wrought into readablehape.. '1'bprupoetl .- pn-t-srs the gratification of his sup- added nut 430 to their number on pro-

i )I after years of ] edition p<)rt-r8 all over Florida. No platform _
jjIi far
.. t scientific research by bo outgrown the fewtinn of faith, at a costl) of $}th,000.t J _

.. .S Dr. Kilmer the eminent original plans that iio comparison was ever wrttleu that contained In ChlUMgn our seventy three churches S f
; 5 kidney and bladder more in fewer words. It
save that Cr is plain
!! r.- specialist and is a "baby to an tlepluut"could converted 873 peoplejltnat; is, we add- aQa tlt

; eopderfyy;! successful in promptly curing t>e ILlid enunciation of the principles i concisely ed them ; some one else may have STRAUSS' 76'

be tack kidney bladder! uric acid trou- i r told up<>u which the next chief
jiTmd Bright's Disease,which I b the worst converted them."
of kidney trouble.Dr. Homethiug like oue hundred photographs executive Florida will lie elected. Qt .
fcjra "It took 1241,001) to accomplishthat.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root fa not ref: have already .beeu delivered D.UlDillt''IIaYs is the people's: candidate I ; "Tlje) Figest" i
nmen4edfor everything but if you have kid- ." The doctor expressed the
liver ct bladder troube! it will be found to the Banner i.flice, the: great majority and hit election is: already assur 4S
acy opinion that the foreign mission field
)just fee remedy you need. 11 hu been tested of which were made especially for ed. No better sketch of the man can srausstceaTarU
to it many ways. in hospital work,in private was more responsive than the home FULL AA
pities, among the helpless tea poor to pur- this ediiiou. Among some of the be given than the following from the field. ** DELIVERED QU0RTSdfi
chase, relief and has proved so successful in most iutcrtbting are several views of MOlltic..l1 New, Lid home paper: s pro
frtfycassthat a special arrangement has Commenting upon this declaration j
bee! made by which all readers of this paper Marion i-ouniy hard roads, tome perfect The X-ws prints today Dinurte H. the Savannah News :

wha have not already tried it, may. have a oUt'dlf, the golf links,, taken by Mays' formal announcement of bisCiUdiUcy says
simple bottle sent free by mail, also a book We have seen it stated somewherethat
more about Swamp-Root and how to Dr. Liud.ay.er er.l good ours of the fur the office of governor
conversions in China, Japan and Every bottle of genuine
Cod out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. race truck, a large number of our of Ih11I161e of Florida. He will 1'e
When wrf.inj mention reading this generous some other foreign countries cost in
bandsotueet reeltieiicew, bUlilul'1I"I nominated by the people of Florida,
offer b> thu paper the neighborhood of each and
$1,000 l
gad you address houses and wauufacturiugmeut tllllbht.h- speaking as individuals in the un- Pabst .1
Dr.Kilmer& -, t that it i. rather difficult to make anA .1f.
'A' kiintcn N. Y. *. tramelt-d freedom of the primary.
I (iaiie "stay: converted." The
rfjnUr fifty cent and He.tertti...,.itrt err II I Here we have a man who will satisfythe
Cellar sires are sold by all good druggists.POLITICAL Chinese, particularly, are prone to
Mr. Z. C. Charubliss has consentedto : I demand for a "people's Uiau."
revert to their original religions after
... "'.. prepare tln-ariielts on stock rai..iut? His life his been clean, his record one Blue Ribbonbears
they leave the missions aud schools
in Marion i''uuty ; Mr. 1'\. H. Gaiif- of faithful, and at times brilliant ser-
: ipil and pads out from under the influence
kill on the part and present condition vice.. Mr. Mays is strong just where of their Christian teachers.

of the orange industry; Hon. H. \\'. strength i is needed. Without being a
% the trade-mark "Pabst lVlil.vaukee"
Long ou Marion's system of good ranter against railroads or bitter
: FtOM THE STATE PRESS. : "It Goes Right to the Spot.

roads; Hou H. A. Ford on the racetrack against: corporate wealth he has held .
"+ t........................: When pain or irritation exists on \ in a red circle. In the
and fair problem Mr. W. D. himself free
: ; consistently from the
t H. of MODtietll any part of the body, the applicationof
Hou. Dan&itte Maya, -
f .: <>, bu formally auuouuced his Cam on the school system of this entangling allitncea which bode ill BallanTs Snow Liniment will give making of Pabst Beer

county; :Mr. Alfred Ayr, on our agricultural to the joliiical hopes of any man prompt relief. "It right to the
j for If General I goes
candidacy governor. '
progress! and increased yearly who appeals: through the primary spot" said an old man who was rub- The barley is right
Mr. is
f I Gilcbrist does not run, Mays
value of Mr. J. L. Edwards
products; system to the individual voter.
bing it in, to cure his rheumatism.C. .
: He
likely to carry this county.
wj ou cattle raising and bhipping. All Mr. Mays offers an opportunity to The hops are right
!I bu many staunch friends in this R. Smith, proprietor Smith house, .
of these articles are to be illustratedand the plain, average, everyday voter
Teneha Texas, writes: I have usedBallard's
; rt'rlou.-Punu Gorda Herald. The is
those mentioned represent but a which will not be overlooked. He is family water right
t NNI Snow Liniment in my

I i conservative, level bended, pro. very few of the many to be published.All a safe lUau to choose. for several years and have foundit The is
plant rightThat's
frnive, business citizens of Floridaan An inspection of his record will to be a fine remedy for all aches
parties from whom information -
for the return of Senator JI6I1. P. show his unwavering loyalty to t'e- and pains in the throat and chest. 25c.
has been solicited areurgently whyTHE
: TUfrr! <>to the United States senate, uiocracy and his unassuming fidelity 50e. and $1.00 at Anti-Monopoly Drug
to return blanks
I fit U a too valuable man tn not continue requested to the interest of the people. His well tore. m

i u one of Florida's representation properly filled out at once. balanced temperament and hU steady

t at Washington.-DeLand Rec conservatism will insure fairness toevery The November number of the
: Confession of a Pr'nst.
ord. interest private or corporate.Themen Fiorda Fruit and Truck Grower, FFabst
J Rev. Jno. S. Cox of Wake, Ark., been
4IN of great wealth who nave which has just been issued at Ocala,
The entrance of Hon. Wilkinson writes, "For 12 years I suffered from
been largely instrumental in developing covers its chosen field with a completeness -
J Ctll Into the race for United States Yellow Jaundice. consulted a num-
our splendid state have no causeto that leaves little to be desired -
Dater somewhat conflicts matters. ber of physicians and tried all sorts of
j fear him. The" tiller of the. soil, and presents in an attractive
i \Vhtn the announcement was read at medicine, but got DO relief. Then I
f and the workman in the shop have manner the various aspects of the i .
Fort P.rte yesterday it caused a sen.fctioa began to use Electric Bitters aud feel I I Waysp11FeJ
no grounds u distrust him. TheNews II I
muoug the |>olician3.Tropical that I am no w cured of a disease that important industries it representswith
offers its sincere support to Mr. II ?
EiID. had me i in its grisp for twelve years." so much zeal and discrimination. I I
.... Mays, believing that he is the man
reliable medicine for .
If you want a Times-Union, .
m- Caudidate for Governor Mays says whom the people of the state of I l I
Liver aud Kidney trouble, stomach
ia that be in opposed to -
platform Electric Florida can trust regardless of section
disorder general debility get: -

lbs tru.tI. Perhaps he can explainbow Bitters. It's guaranteed by AntiMonopoly or el***. He is a clean, sober, able,

__ .
It happened that la 1597 the senator Drug Store, aud Tydiugs unprejudiced, industrious, reliable _

and one representative from Co. CXly50c. m democrat man, and Florida will do

Jtflerson county voted for Call, their Tuscaloosa, Alabama held their; well to call this son of her soil to her

; L county' choice, while the other rep- regular annual carnival and street highest office.-De Soto County News. CABLE COMPANY .

4 41 r..tDtative'ot for Chlplry, the fair last week. Mr. William A. Col- Beautiful Complexions.Are .

t 'f"I1II+d representative of the lier is the president of the carnival

1 ,: trUjt aDd corporations. and that rep- association! and in the beautiful floral spoiled by Ukiug any kind of

....*ntadve's! flame was D. H. Ma)s. parade Mrs. Collier, formerly Miss preparations that fills the pores of the
kiu. The best way to secure;; a clear One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the
; -! 1kvlrw News-Lett Porter( this city, with the mayor'swife
.... complexion, free from sallowuess,
! F rode in the first carriage. Both
: A rruoiUof joy h.s fallen to the lot pimples, blotches, etc., is to keep the
ladies wore Hack fepaugfed nut dreerts United States
, I r "f ID. iwllileally i distressed lamp liver in good order. An occasional
and large black picture hats. Their
3 kHeraldlion.. Napoleoa HusUiueute dose of Ilerbiue will cleanse the bow-
carriage was elaborately decorated
llroatrd.of Jacksonville author- els, regulate the liver, and so establisha !III'.It' ...
with large yIu: w chrysanthemums::
J 1 U.. l the autiouncriteut that he in a clear healthy complexion. 25c atAutiMonopoly
satin ribbon and succeeded
and yellow :
candidate for governor. But will Drug lOre. m
in capturing the prize for the most This Company Manufactures
onw on* please explain what is -- - f
Bn ..rd'. K meU; he running for beautiful vehicle.Spent- -- The intension: Campaign, bv which

1 hiniM-if, ur for some one else? and if More Than 1000. almost 3,000 new Christian Endeavor and Sells Direct the i -i ieL

for Moue one else, who Mr. H oward W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Seb., societies were a,1llt'\IIa.ot! year in this :,

teat cuce a great filibuster anti he writes: "My wife suffered from lung country is still' beiug; pressed with
of iutro- She tried vigor. Ohio, which made a gain of ,
fury have."ue dark design trouble for fifteen years. a .

dwiug a iiinrlu aiubuseada into the of doctors and spent over more than ten per cent is already
uunibrr 1
Conover Cable & I< t
jrut crmpalgu.-Punta Gorda $1,000 without relief. She became working for another ten per cent increase Kiqgsbury y

Htrald. A friend this year, and other states are
**** very low and lost hope.
Friends Broward, as thoroughly aroused. Last
The "Turt recommended)" !! Honey and Tar just

Barn and rtiocktou, are now "swing- and thanks to this great remedy it year's worK only put them in good
lot the circle" and telhuic the lit'll pIe I Schubert & WellingtonPIANOS
tU tniwuue" of electing them to saved her life. She enjoys! better j ClIO for work. _. ._ < 1\\

the i**|.ftlve ofllce of governor, con- health than she has (known in ten Danger in Fall Celds. ,- t

Itt-mau and United States senator.itiumvllle years." Refuse substitutes. I'ost- Fall colds areliable to hang on all

-( huu. office Drug Store. winter leaving the seeds of pneumonia -

Lt'hue ft Florida-born, Florida Mr. Z C. Chambliss, of Ocala, who bronchitis or consumption. Fo- 1.1

rs>kt Komuor of 'lllrIJa-Ju..t by has given by his influence and hard ley's Honey and Tar cures quickly

ray uf variety, JUy U the tutu I I and prevents serious results. It is
work such an impetus to the raisingof .
%b<* U UK lIuUlCb and ttruiiK old and reliable, tried and tested! safe

and eou.etvrlivetutuiglt, to be govern Improved breeds of stock in Flor- .__ ... J
.. .
the Ute of and sure. Contains no opiates and '... '- -F.'.. > ,.,,', ,'-'w ...i'I" -"" .h./o--""' '
or of all of our lutt'n'lItJllu ida and whose $10,000 sale in September JI
he U a geuuiue will not constipate. Postoffice Drug
.1 idrt
riJa. ll' has become famous will go to

)lt+tidian, from his trry.-Ant Mouticrllo 1"Iur. Montgomery to attend a large sale of Store. _____ ____- m I Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times I
ante &d the .-r..ut Shorthorns and Hereford on Nov. 6 Some of the friends of some of the

.... too high candidates for re-election sometimes
and 7. Unless;pricesI 1 range
It U ltall'll that Uomuor JenningskuJllon of much of this become a little too enthusiastic. One order all and
JwhU N C. Stockton were there I U a probability to Florida. of our exchangesj'speaking:: of one of send us your we pay expenses -
.hlle at stock being brought .
d th. llAU.ruow
a iut< to
the candidates says that he is a "tire- j.
covering and Truck Grower.Crok
), 1.1..111& there was Florida Fruit
Th cartoonist less and indefatigable, worker for the satisfaction
'> enough for b.)th.
.MuM flee u* a picture of that bed. into His Ho SB. public's interest"j -Suppose some of guarantee

-Uve hot Dtwul'rat. 8 Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., waa the voters should propose that the I

.... rubbed Of his customary health by in- overworked individual is &o tired that
J. S. (? Worktou U making a few
iraife tauU plays, reading J art u. vat-iou of Chronic Constipation. When he needs a rest? J. A. JORDAN Manager
Life Pills broke into Tampa Branch
at Utters re .etretl from uewst>aKfr Dr. King's New ,
to ride trouble arrested No danger of consumption if you
meta If hurktou elt <:U his house, his was

".. ..*aU>rlal rhariot a* far uorth M and now he's entirely cured. They're use Foley's, Honey and Tar to cure

\\'..MotoG b. will oner wake It. guaranteed to cure, 5.&t Anti-Monop- that stubborn cough. Pohtoffice Drug 1113 Franklin St ,J Tampa FloridalI'HE
the urvk of the |>ress.Uks ,
Uy drlf In* over ly Drug Store and Tydiugs & Co. m Store. m
Hutkr $tar.


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Jesse French Piano & ocg4nCo. "

visitor arrived th
An important at The Weir Park notion! i is 'progr..,'- [Note -The folli! > ing ?p-eh on

borne of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Seek iu- compulsory education **" made 1.lilll. l 1.\
nicely under the effHent direction
reusing !- Jdli Jill)le.i', ate 13, before the
grr Thursday night. the was a nice of Miss Blanche HaU.]] Literary i o iety of the Ft. Mct'oj'

I-Ch.I..nd printed in the OCA.
baby girl.
Judge Alexander W'nntof East
Banner LED.XXER ]J
by rt'tlue>! actories---
made thplr
Light fnwiB appearanceHunday
Lake, was n pteae9nt visitor at the
Honorable Judges, Ladies and Gentlemen:
and Monday mornings but
Park Wednesday.Mr. .
There are many cnu-es to justify

Dot enough to elFect vegetation. A. J. Ilerrwll and two children the reason for not compelling 1 children Richmond Indiana.

fogs an bring slaughtered for fresh ,
have returned from an extended visit to go to pcliool.

eating, and during the next three at Enville.
1. Children should not lie compelled
mouths backbone, spareribs and sausage I
The Park has need for
a crying a to uro to school from the very fact

will\ abound. hotel that will bt open the year that such a law would brt a law

The repainting of St. Johns church
against liberty, against nature, a force

s and cemetery has been awarded to Mrs.( D. W. Eaton and Jrtiss: Eaton, and a gag law. Distributing Depots '

Th+.+. Bimjiwou, who will begin he formerly of this:: place but recently of 2. Children should not be compelledto ,

work nut Thursday, and push it tn !
Jacksonville leave (this week for St. attend school, because to do so

eotnpletion. Louis where they will visit for several would be A great imposition and trou

A number of non resident citizen, week St. Louis, Mo. Nashville, Term. Dallas Texas
ble to the parents, as well as .u annoyance ,

including our county officers, have Miss Gene Fosnot is assisting in the i to the teacher and hindrance Ala.

contributed liberally to the commit- posiofflce this! week. to those that go voluntarily. Birmingham, iIontgomeryAla.Representing [ .

tee'call for aid. Some hate not as Ben]. Rusaelof, Lake Beulah, Wis.,
3. They should not bee ompelled,
yet responded. is the gneet of his brother, Geo.

"'. E. Feel l, late of Early Bird, ha RUl& el. Mr. -Rosed is very much became to do l'O would be to deprive

become a bonafide citizen of York, pleased with Lake Weir and the many parents of the actual ncev

aries of life, many widows ale entirely -
enlarged his store, consolidated county and will soon become a resident
dependent on their children's
merchandise his branch stores at of Florida..
labor for their and
daily support
thAt point, and now carried a full Captain Carney and E. L. Carney I.
when probably one or both of thipart'nt 11
lock of general merchandise, where will soon begin the shipment of their STEIX'Y A TPL\XOS- acknowledged standard of the world
old blind feeble and
!! are ,
bid accommodating clerk, Willie fruit. will han the .
:They convenience
3 unableto make a support, and per. JOSE PIAXOS-Iatchless' tone, action and construction. Every style a J'fifl of tlw
liarco, will be pleased to wait upon of the steamer transportationfrom I
haps unable to wait on themselves! piano makers art.
the public.
their packing houses to the A.

liar veil and Bell, of York have and are entirely dependent on their
C. L. at Weir Park this year. Capt.
children tor and physical
had some trouble in getting their Fosnot has launched the barge that personal Manufacturers
help as well as financial aid, and to .
new engine for thir railroad in first will carry a car load and the steamer
enforce such a law in such cases
C11.-8 working order, but have had all Delia will be tested the first of next art
STARR PIAXOS-An' product musically and
would be unjust and unmerciful. artistically, unexcelled for }i Uty, beauty
defects and
adjusted! ale now making week.
4. Such a law would tie hurtful to the and durability.
things Work on the new dock at the Parkis
masses and helpful to the few. The
. Martel has bad a number of new being hurried to completion. The rich would be beuttitted thereby and JESSES FRENCH PIANOS-Exquisitecase: designs. Tone, action and testing qwUitie, the

citizen to move! iu as permanent feelUers -
dock has best.
been carried out one hundred very
the poor suller.o. .
' who are valuable acquisitions
i to this thriving town. feet already, but owing to the To compel children to go to school RICHMOND PIANOS-Embodying generous artistic qualities. Honestly construct in every

scarcity of help the heavy ,work is
would be beyoLd the means of the
H. W. Lone commissiouer particular.
county ,
slow to the anxious
many young pea
classes. Many with large
poorer :
ba apportioned eighty miles of the
! ple who are waiting for the launchingof families! could not cloth their chi!
public roads of Martel, Cotton Plant the"Delia." ;iPiaiiola and Cecilian Piano Players.Shipped .
dren comfortably, to say nothing of
: HeldUville Dunuellou and Romeo
: It is reported on good authority that feeding them and buying the uecessi-
districts to nine naval stores aud two direct from factory to purchaser. Terms cash or
easy if deairtd. it
tne A. C. L. will extend its side track ry books. In colder climates children payments
f. phosphate companies so as to assign
out on the dock and connections will cold and
, would sutler from exposureand

each to the subdivision of road used be made by the steamer with the _.. .... .. .hm ..._..._...__....... ._....... ...... .. h' ......_h...
probably cause sicklies* and
by them iu heavy traveling to
[ trains for all points on lake this
; death, and to pass such a law wouldnecev&rily
work and in with
keep repair such winter. !
, impose; a tax: on the slate
bauds as ate employed by them that
to books and clothing for the
are liable to work on the public road, Erwin-Abell.! procure JAMES WATSON/
very i'oor. This would bt burdensome
which i is working satisfactory to alltoDtrDt'd The Bridgeport, Conn., Telegram
those of moderate ,
to UH:! ns.
and will save to the county -
and Union of October 16, says the
Therefore, we ask that no bUlb law-
hundreds of dollars. following about the marriage of Mr. Tallahassee Fla.
be passed in order that liberty, prosperity Ocala 1 Fla.
There was quite a skirmish in
I. a Robert Erwin, of Berlin, this county : and harmony shall prevail. .ow_ ,
neighboring town between the depot
A pretty home wedding took place 6.JIf we should such a law there
agent and a farmer, in which the Representative of Florida
last night at Colorado avenue, the would be more schools and hence
farmer come out second best.
home of the bride's fcister, where
to them. The
31 r. !and Mrs. Frauk Robinson and more expense run _"
Robert Erwin, of Florida, and Miss I taxed u : ,
their bouncing tine looking property owners are already to Obituary. .. .
baby boy :.r.=:=:-:::
Floren Abell, of Bridgeport, were of their and have
the limit
ability we in S.
visiting relatives at Brassell was
are Whitney, Mr. Allen
LU Mill I It
united in marriage by the Rev. E. S.
right to place on their shouldersan
who upon their return, will probably no Montgomery!! Alabama, July 11,

reside In the thriving town of York. Bullock. The bride wore a pretty additional burden. 1S7/! ; Hejmoved: with his:: parents to ,:, STANDLEY & GO'SLivery
of white albatross and carried
8. II. Brown, the merchant prince 7. This law would mean, of course Marion county when sevenears of
white roses. She was the recipient of Feed and
and lost master of Leroy, and his state control. Our teachers would gWhile at college in his native II ,

6, efficient clerk J. L. Beck many handsome presents. Only the not he dependent on the good will of lW2 joined the Sale Stable
honored city he, in; the year .

H. W. Long aud family with a pleas families& immediate friends werepresent. the patrons for support as is now the Baptist cburchunder: Hl'lke, and I;:;, : ; t t
I Is
ant visit after church case and they would therefore become : member until !; place in tie city to get a fine double eiw le t.*... If ynt
e'unday. remained a consistent !! want a hors that i is full of spirit and yet perfrc.'ly safe for ,

. John L. Edwards was among us The yeuug couple go to Florida on i arrogant and bigoted; and the people bin death, which occurred at his home drive, and a line buggy to match, just call up IMiont lj: I any aii'l on your t-

their wedding trip and will sail today would have no way of helping them- 1903. "* wants will be attended to in the ,
Thursday buying beef cattle andambled in DuuneHon Fla. Oct. 10, mOot prompt in"no' r |N +.ilrlr: f..r a

in getting a nice bunch for from Xew York for Jacksonville by selves. Our teachers are sometimes leaves a mother, ,father, five "steia :, rirst r-Iaaj;>, upto1ata stable with every facility for ib* i I'UIII".f..>

Ocala.A the Clyde line steamer Apache. They hateful: it is without making them and a brother to mourn his !"" In STABLES>* NORTH OF COURT HOUSE.SlsSSsv. OCALi fLGAI I !

church festival will remain south during the winter. i iELLEYIEW. more so. It is much better to per. .
was held in a his death their greatest: u"lition =

Vacant store at Martel suade person to doa thing than lo of D1S I
Friday night, comes from their knowledge J ,,r
at which btewed force them by arbitrary measures. brother .. _
cream, Pure and blameless life. Asa 1'1'
etc. was Bold to raise funds Let us work to make our schools better / *
to aid in he loving as a son J\\\
was kind and
paying for seating the Mr. Thomas Gale, of Newport, ; establish. : nuorr libraries; erect "al(\Vr..i.
cblipelatIar dutiful and devoted, while. as a man .. -.., ,
tel. A large crowd gathered; the arrived Friday for a few days better school houses, and secure better he was honorable and upright; and "'- : :

visit with friends here, after spendinga teachers: then we think the :zp t.tr : .
middle problem
aged ladies worked like :roi Christian; : \ :;: -" a '
the week in Ocala with their sou, 0. :M. will be solved. when we say that he was a I ('t ti and o .cr. i-
jane and "
; young men widowers said
be WHY
gentleman we all that can .,If. iia:; IrbwarHERBINE c'Oo ."
Gale. say of the 0 e-u !III a" "'
: treated the ladies most Our New Justice of the Peace. I I malady the Ir tc:1 II t 1:0 .1. ,, "
bountifully" of man. "J K qt nlne! ,:>rtbatdadnnhca-cA.Jmtl-: .Oc J a"".
after The many ;young friends of Miss Mr. W. any .. .' '.. Don t Io IL It's pan .
which an enthusiastic election 0. Waid has been appointed o tteteasary ehher. VIe ..roue It 40'" al aU

was held' for the most popular young Laura Freeeniau tendered her a jolly justice of the puce for the Ocala The Ocala House will :have its poiaHt-i; s.aanco

at Martel surpirse party Friday afternoon.Mrs. district formal fall and winter opening next
lady resulting in. the election vice Hon. George G. Mathews towarmaadra

of Miss : P. W. fireenis enjoying a visit resigned. Sunday, Nov 1. tiince it passed purel.rbaI.LSemsctu. Ru aarform all; III 1bJa".t., w
Mary Kemp by a small .Ddc&.l I.._ ',f Wa o1rt_ al..,.,..
tJa\r .s-t., eR.s.....
majority over Miss Bell Bates. A from her mother, Mrs. Payne, of Mr. Waid has been a resident of under the management of its present corroorca&l1Urr.sac per bot11.kk1ae'j AU K&arb toga It,.
Fairfield. Dtua W
snug little sum was realized. AU Marion county for the past teu years, owner it has achieved a standard of

present had a good time. He,'. E. Ransom Currier is quite ill though very reticent, unostentatious excellence equal to the beet; hotels in

Johnston, Clark & Ray have: completed with an attack of grip at the home ofMr. and retiring is ueverless a most excellent Florida and this; year Jit is expected \ ,

David Stanley. Mr. Currier
their side track: a quarter of t* had citizen. to surpass all pre\'iousltffortji.McIVER : :
been visiting some of bis ; .
mile in length, have their! engine in county He has read law but has never been

petition and will soon have their sawmill parishioners and attempted to return admitted to the bar: and is thoroughly and J/ACKAJ

I in lull blast to Belleview but was overcome by ill- familiar
which will very with the theoretical and
ness and took refuge ..
at Mr.
much add to the commercial and Stanley'swhere fundamental principles on which our .. .. .. ..

material interests of Martel. be moved.he has remained being too ill to laws are grounded.Mr. II I I Constipation ,

-. -. -. Waid is about thirty years of j\tA ,ESBj'o '
Rev, Durnkley) the newly called
Bllt- age and during his ten years residencein : :S'l 4). ,
Baptist minister, preached his FUNERALDIRECTORS. "{
first: this county has been engaged in A'id B.d: om-I'k-ns;

Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freyer- sermon in Belleview last Sunday farming and trucking.He I ';t: / ors cztur >tiG. ir1En +hrar't rc \t

morning. I Keep t.c slstem :r gxd o'der
rroath: a baby girl.! J om. made up his bond yesterday: and n tg I .

Miss Bailey, of Santafee, is attending : his commission!! will follow in a few -t- f

school at this place. The Jesse French Piano and Organ Co. days. I
tine a tall O'I of Co L ns.Cratete gad Bern
Mr. and )(r:1. Handiftr, of this Mr. James J. Watson, the representative title o eTery .icser fptloll. Mp oUl ttunuuztcrlilferfittt : CI.LtTS

place, visited at Williston Saturday Prominent Visitors. ego good Maui good rick(aUUa and ,good hu::b .. I:' ,
of the above
and !Sunday. named company Ocala was very highly honored Sun- Embalming to Order. the roses n }our cheers, Ra.noa's liver Phls anJ I'a '

has been a pleasant visitor to day by a. visit from Mr. Walter ? Tor.k PeIltts gently assist n.at-'n Free
Mr. Joe Taylor visited in Ocala y W: c :
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was In our burg last week en route to h a standard company and manufactures accompanied by Hon. C. B. Rogers, DR. E. T. ALLEN MD. her YofV, aaOreenevilk
kale president of the Cosolidated Grocery ,
and handles
Mr. C. J. Wever, of Ocala, was a the finest instruments Company, of Jacksonville.The Eye and Ear Specialist Tessa.POST .

visitor here Saturday. in the market. purpose of their visit was to

Prof. Overhultz veiled his family These instruments will soon be on inspect the Marion county convict la Ocala EveryTHURSDAY .

at Keuka Sunday. sale in this city. farms, located a few miles:: east of the -

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks! made a dying Fordetailed information see adver. citv. MONTEZUMA HOTEL.

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HON. ROBT W. DAVIS trolled hy any. But I do net indiscriminately The Universalist Church.

I denounce them or rail We don't hear very much of the To Cure a Cold in One Day c

Announces His Candidacy for the against them. As there are good men Universalist church la the south and

Office of Governor of Florida. and bad so there are good and bad : especially in Florida, but if it has Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A OnI ev

Paintka, Fla., OctoLt>r 1003. corporations.! They are the creatures ; done the half what the Rev. W. S. y t
Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months. This Signature, ,.
To the Democratic Voters of Florida: of law They could not exist if w" Crowe, pastor of the church of the t

I Lave heretofore announced my ourselves, by and through our hgisla* I' Eternal Hope, New York City, frays
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candidacy for the governorship of tures did not create them and give it has done, we owe it a debt of grati -- -- --- I

Florida and in three or four addresses them life. They exist by our permission I' tulle '

t< delivered in (he state I have stiver and are not necessarily inimicalto Dr. Crowe says: J i !5e Old Standard

tuy atllucitau the several public the public weal. Nor is a man a I' "It was reserved for the Universalist

questions} which seem to be uppermost public enemy because he belongs to church to proclaim the acreduefe

in the minds of the people. The or is employed by a railroad companyor I of individual rights. And you can Crove's T j"R steless Chill lOflIcstood
tiuiefcevtua now to have arrived when understand
a steamship line or a bank. Manyof readily why the Univer

I may, with propriety, adopt thisUlt'thod our best and most honored citizens saiist church originated in America. i has the test 25 years. Average annual sales

of placing my candidacymore while thousands of It was here that individual rights in
are BO employed,
before $i over One and a Half Million bottles. Does this
formally record
you.I our young men, sons:! of farmers and politics were established ; it ua-* here

want to bay that I do not look artisans and merchants alike, are that the king idea was finally and ]: of merIt appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. SOc

lightly upon| the respousibilty I am entering these fields of human forever borne down ; it was here that .
u Enclosed: with bottle is
every a Ten Cent Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER PIU..S.
assuming in ever becoming a candidate endeavor. Corporations, however, each man's life, faith Bud consciencewere t ..

to say nothing of the l'eriousIt't'"IOn8ILI1itlt's being creatures of law should be controlled made the equal of every other

-' I would assume shouldI by law and when they under- man's; the lowest made the equal of =-

become governor. No thoughtful take to go beyond their charter powersor the highest. So it was natural, it csd

man can contemplate this uudei taking to ignore the public good they was unavoidable, that here should -
without grave apprehensions.Nor should! be checked.To grow up a new theology, which was ,

do I discount the worth and this end I believe we should but the adaptation of these new ,

ability distinguished Floridians maintain a railroad commission political ideas." f !J
who have already entered the same Tested with ample power and officeredby A Love Letter.-

field and who are aspirants for the ,
of wisdom and
men patriotism. Wouldn't interest you if you're looking

same ottice.:.They are gentlemen of I am opposed to trusts and have so for a guaranteed Salve for Sores, K. ROESNTHAL & SONS Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

high character and unquestioned voted in congress.I Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,

patrioti lU. As I could say nothing believe the primary system for Mo. writes: "I suffered with an ugly STRAUSS S CO. Distributors Ocala
sore for a year, hut a box of Buekleu'sArnica ,
truthfully against them in
nominating party candidates is the '
Salve cured me. It's the best
life I shall not for the sake of v
best and only true method for artiv- Salve: on earth 25c at AntiMonopoly .

ing office, undertake by inuuedoor ing at the real and untrammelledwill Drug Store and Tj dings & Co. m

otherwise, to cast aspersions upon of the people. We should maintain I --
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them or either of them in t'1" \ 'of' t-\ i."i"IDT'n: .... ... .""Oi !jr=a=
public life. m and perfect our primary plan.I : \ LE... ) \ ----- .. I sesajaiiag

It is not important or necessary to the far cJriid' '. fjr.. Xo opiate $.BIGGS,
trust my public life has been such T. ; WE E.A.T MEATTo
people of Florida that I should be
as: to make it unnecessary for me to ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

governor, but is important to them progress It's For You (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) _- ''''br. grow strung. Uolf u we g* I
and i i FLORIDA.
it iot essential the .
to future
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prosperity -- :.o'
; government; good I ; gooo; meat we Buy an sell let

of the state, that political aud colleges; the fostering care by the Jj D. FCLLER. (l1' ? i t U aloue There is no DirtDiliiu {
ecbiems, bickerings and contentions state of the old soldiers of the south; DENTIST. R.I 151 ._ ... t. ..t. i!: tough meal-it ,ltad of fir

should be avoided. I shall contribute Over Munroe&Chambliss Bank.Ocala.Fla. t rJ. it
good roads; peace; temperance and ,,;". ,tling, taken strength to difnt
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aa little toward that kind of politics good order. For the maintenanceand r.! fFi-I \11(. ;. It
J M. Tna\tPSOx I'" Ip"-i r.\j pays to f* cartful J itbuying
&a I may be permitted to do. upholding of all of them I shall :: T r ft; 'c jIJj>t.J'"
'i rueHt
My career has been comparatively work to the best of my ability, Office over Teapot Grocery Opp, Montezuma. iJ C. t >t, ..'W',. the l he> i-teuder and (-boilU -..
humble and uneventfuL It is all OCALA. FLA. U
whether I am elected governor of t1 ,. &-....?.. ,...,"! Fay a little more if need brawl
summedup! in the following brief ex Florida whether I walk the }'D\VIX SPENCER.i ; 1f :
peaceful f1' 7'i.;:a y{r it put honielhing iu your stoniarliI

tract which I take from the congressional paths of private citizenship. ATTORNEY-AT-LA, II '''yj4".1'J...II ..' \\t 1' '.,;.f:.r"..... : ulndi will |ut flesh onMute. yaatt
directory: .
:' unit Mroup Mood in
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Robert W. 'rt:,;;
Davis r"
democrat of
I know full well that my life has notheen K. CHASE, '
r lalka, was born in Lee county, Ga., The J I
> an example of what a man ought Great Healti) Drin1S.
March Hi, 1849, and is the son of Rev DENTIST; EDW ARD'S"BROS.
I Jesse M. Davis, a distinguished Baptist always to be. I am not perfect and I OCALA FLA

minister: ; was educated in the wake no high pretensions. If electedto CARLOS L. SISTRDMC, Malls 2 and 1 City Market, Ouila Fin.

0! a common schools of his native state; the office to which I aspire, I @
entered the confederate service at 14 Dispensed at all Soda Fountains ATTOANEY-AT-LAW. ffiJIE1jr! )
promise, however, to be governor for 5c.IS .
years of age, and surrendered with Masonic: Building Ocala. Fla. S aiDPRLVJPREPALD ( 1
all the peopleof all conditions, and I
the of Gen. E. -- -
army Joseph) Johnsai METTO Syrup is put up for
at toe close of the worked shall try to pursue a course that no
war; on a j mixing with ice water in the
farm for several years after the war: Floridian will blush at or condemn summer time and with hot McMillan Bros

read law, and was admitted to the bar Very truly and sincerely, water in the winter time.Specially .
l at :20! I ears of removed to
j age; Florida
ROUT. W. DAVIS. adapted to familyuse &LC%
in 1S79; was elected to the legislature either .
--- HS a beverage. or a
from 'lay county of the latter state Gained Forty Pounds in Thirty Days. table drink, taking tbe'place Southern Copper Works \
; in 1S84; was elected speaker of the of tea coffee .
etc. '
For several month our bro-
: house younger
; representatives at the session
her had been troubled with iudigesion. SO :
of l&SG
; was balloted for for governor j
He tried several remedies but Manufacturers of
of Florida in Turpentine Stills
the state convention Prices for sjrupt-2 pint, 25c.
i t' got; no penUlt from them. We
held at St. Augustine in 18SS, and i pur- 1 quart, 75c. }-2 gallon' ;1.35, o
based of Chamberlain's Slorn-
1 some
though he had a large following, 1 gallon, $.50. 1
. failed to receive the nomination ; wa ach and Liver Tablets and he com 1)irrctionsTwo tablespoonfuls and General Metal Workers. ;
menced taking them. Inside of
made general attorney for the Florida thirty used to a glass of water. ,
days he gained forty pounds in flesh w J '
southern: Railroad Company in 1SS5, Costs less than 2e. a glass Old:Stills taken in exchange for
, which position he resigned when He is now fully recovered. We have new ones. Patching'i'
elected to tougress; was elected to the a good trade on the Tablets.-HOLLEYBROS. TROPICAL "MANUFACTURING GO through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

fifty-fifth, fifty-sixth and fifty-seventh ., Merchants, Long Branch, :Mo. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

congresses and reelected to the fifty For sale by all Druggist MedicineDealers. Jacksonville Florida. following works I.
eighth congress without opposition. mAn Bold by Fostoftiee DrujrStnoe! AntiMonopoly -
Druz Store, C. K Taylor FAYETTEVILLE
Interesting Event. nad T. Troxier. SAVANNAH

I have been, during all my manhood On Sunday next the Festival of all JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBIE, A A, .

days, a democrat, standing always Saints, the congregation of Grace
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on my party's platforms and Episcopal. church will hold the ParUh LOOKING AHEAD CHAS E. BLUM I COMPANY JAB.ILGRA1fAat,1'resident r

obeying its edicts. I was a delegate Festival and anniversary of the GEO.W.HYDE IYN

to the Chicago convention of bOO, and Founding of the Parish. Specialservices Persons In the Early Stages of Kidney I I

was the Florida member of the Diseases Should Waste no 517 and 519 W. Bay St. The First National
committee BankOF
will be at 11 a. m. and at ;:30 Time in Making their
on platform and resolutions
p. m. The Holy Communion will be Kidneys Right

voting with the majority of that com celebrated for all members of the Jacksonville, fla. GAINESVILLE.The .
mittee. If you don't stop that pain In the back,
During the memorable cam: church at the morning service.e .
tome of these days you are extremely r
paign which followed and during t I [ liable to have Chartered
Saved Two From Death. Brlght'i Disease or soother me Only Bank in Alachua C haft.
campaign of 19001 did all I could, in form of kidney trouble. You are < l

my humble way, to advance theprinciples "Our little daughter had an almostfatal Just as much In danger if you have dryness Capital. . . . . . . . . ... . . gar .1 qu t"+
enunciated the attack of whooping cough and of the skin, headaches, restlessness, Ai' For nearlyhalf Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .
by councils . . . I'Cl(.I ,UII''w! I
of my party and contended for by bronchitis," writes 1r. K. Haviland, unusual notice appetite and great thirst, or If a century I J Does exclusively a tanking Lustneps, with facilities equal to any bank 1 istate. U ,
you a sediment or cloudiness In the Soliets the accounts of Fanners
\Vm. J. Bryan. I am now serving of Armonk, :X. Y., "but, when ail urine or other urinary Irregularities. : 9 Etc. Interest allowed by special arraueemeiit., Merchants All C'orioratioilj LUhint-r-] ,

fourth in other remedies failed, we saved! her FOLZY'B KIDSET; rerry transacted
my term the congress of the CCRS makes the k4- s prominly.
life with Dr. King's New Discover y II. E. TA1
United Mates, and since I became a neys right, and whenever there are any LOl' I ew-
Our niece, who had Consumption in SeedsbTf'
indications that these! organs _are In the
member of the houseof representative:::! advanced also used '
an stage the wonderful least disturbed it Ivfa e.----
way should be taken crowing famous inpTcrr
I have voted, in one form or another, medicine and to-day she ia perfectly promptly and regularly until all symptoms kind all dealers.of eudeterywhrre.Holt Med Annual hold liy I ..............
on every important principle for well." Desperate throat and of kidney trouble have disappeared.This pottpaid I>. M.free FERRY to as applicant&(;0. ......... 01
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's :New imrolt, Mkk. ''I
preparation is
which we fought. am willing to be compose of the best I
Discovery as to no other medicine on known remedies I I
employed by
judged by my record there. I do not kidney READ
earth. Infallible for Coughs aud specialists and it cannot help but once
pretend to have voted right alwa ya. Colds. 50c and :1.00 bottles jjuarranteed every form of kidney trouble if taken --_--

In the haste and confusion of a legislative by Anti-Jionopoly Drug Store, and early. Thousands have testified to thU Jerry Burnett
Tydings&Co. Trial bottle free m fact In the I The Florida Times Unio
body men often err, but upon even most hopeless cases it :

all questions| of principle for which 1 will always afford relief. ii -
Ocala Has Another Citizen. Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove Ky. Merchant
any party tattled I tried to be con- e.
Mrs. W. C. Galbraith, who is on a writes: "}!'or years I have been grad tl1 REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. :
bi&tetit. I believe no charge to the bothered with DAILY AND
visit to herparents Mr. and Mrs. kidney and bladder troubleand SUNDAY
contrary has been lodged Tailoring One Month postage raid.. .... ..
: against me. I enlarged ; J to
prostate -
gland. I used -
W. Merrell, at Carrollton, Ga., h I &.\, fhyee Months, posUgepaid> ..?..,.,, i.jo :
The record is accessible to all and I everything known to the profession without Six Months, postage paid.. "." j.oo
appeal with confidence to that. been heard from. Will siys it f is a relief, until I was induced to use Ocala, Florida. i 8) ILLUSTRATED One Year, postage paid...",", ",'", "," ,,, busy .
"fine boy," and weighs somethingless FOLET'S KIDSET: Cca$. After EDITION. $150 A YEAR-
taking Finest Imported and Semi-Weekly Kdition....... ..
nKn0 MASTER. :
three bottles I was Stmi-Ueekly Edition........yixatonths-j. Ji
than twelve pounds. The little entirely relieved and Domestic Cloths. S One Year MB .
As I have served no master:! since I cured. I prescribe it now daily in
fellow selected as a good time to make my
have been in congress save only the practice and heartily recommend its use : All communications: and remittances should be addressed to : II
his Cutting a SpecialtyFits
: at midnight. All
will of the people' I shall serve no to all physicians for such troubles, for I THE FLORIDA 1IMES UNION
other thould I become governor. smiles. can honestly state I have prescribed it in ( .

hundreds of cases with perfect iacce aa.*
bTATE MATTERS. For a pleastnt physic take Cham -

I am connected with no corporation berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.Easy Postoffice Drug store Study at t HomeSSiS"m I SUBSCRIBE1I.

; to take, pleasant in effect. For Learn more;and you
either directly or indirectly nor sale by all druggists and I fOLEI earn mac With the Tablet Home Study Lessons you need not
medicine iONlYA.'IDTAR lease home or employment to lean B>ju c.,tiiuf.Arithmetic.
do 1 own stock: in any nor am I can"h. -, <(< eldfH. Algebra Geometry Grammar.Rhetoric. Literature. H.. w fitops the Physict.Lalin.etc. Teachers aided to examination* 8m.
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;;:;;;- Mr. ( : 'Prcmincr.t Tennesseean Sends Bullet VTOTICE,: IS HEREBY GIn;..,. HAT VX11 In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir- Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under & .
*. *..*... 8r**" 'I. All iuy WlI.hf'rTopb were united in der and bv vmue of a final decree .f for- cuit of the !State of Florida, Marion Coun- on S of Chapter 4&3.Law.ot Fl fd. ,
To His Heart closure, entered on the I.lh day of October. A. IS HEREBY GIVEN TIMT W. IL
1 Ik t>. i...II'. 11.1.1. omrriaRe at th bom of the bride in Dyersburg. Tenn., Oct. 29.-James D 1903. by the Hon. W. S. Bullock. judge ot ty.-In Chancery. NOTICE ,purchaser of Tax Certificate

Tami the circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of H>ster Johnson v*. J. J. Johnso, *. No. dated the 5th day of Augntt. .
t .,,,II.fflei 'l"'d.1 **>. thai Ih, at 5 4i'tlo.k Welucsdty lifter Sneana: ea. president of the Phoe- Florida sitting in chancery lor Marion county TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT A. I Jl3.191. has filed Mid certificate in tat -.

'' The nix oil mills here and also. largely in a certain cause then pending in said court herein namea. J. I, Johnson be and he is olfce. made application for tax deed
"".Ilp thf'I ,...,IIU.u' uf .t\rll'ul.\: Mum. wi-ildiiij "*a., a quiet and I wherein Hattie O.Allen\ and Ceo K. Allen. her hereby require:! to appear to the bill of complaint tl tue in acr.aa with law. Said certificate ,
Interested in ell mills In Memphis and embra described f
iiifuruial husband and Jolla: O. Browne were compliments said befoi following,
cause on or e pry
.litbU-llialk9 JJ4' ttE Uhr oue. Ii fore the ctMiiouyiiTforuit and Marie Louise Coldbeclt Aided C. in situate*! in .1.0"county Honda, toIlt: I
... Walnut RIdse Ark., has committed WoxJai/ tile zseJ d f .Vi rrm/tr 4. D.
> chain
: Uoldbcck her husband. Adelaide V Morgan; uit 7903. Fourteen >east and west by 7 4;
trtT.ti.. ..ruUlbltf ftC ao Ullt'rle waa | >ii a very tone inu=ioixlif suicide in a most tragc manner. James W. :Morgan, as heirsat law 01 William H. It is furth ordered that a copy ..f this or- north and south in southeast comer or north
.... Shortly dinner he Morgan, deceased were defendants the undersigned der be published once a week for four consecutive west quarter of northwest quarter Section '
"t.l ,; a ilrt4W, urau,.. l'rl'1r"lII Wall r..ndert'lt.Tltt' Tuesday special master in chancery will on weeks; in the Ocala Banner Township 14 Range22. .
... took: an overdose! of laudanum and Dane this September 23rd. \. I) 1903EDWINSPEVCER The said land being assessed at the data -
!lt VIf. ..."" "y d"''' ,,'', tf"lttl ,...It,, I h.\Vugoer wedding Monday the 7th of Iteemlxr 1903. S. T. SI-ORUXK the issuance of uh certificate in the name 0 -
r, .",,,. scon tnarvatter! sent a bullet into his between 11.00 a. m. and 2.00 p. in offer and ex. Complainants Solicitor elk Circuit Court. Sirs A.ueha C. Scarborough 0
.. .1I..tIII lu.r.1J ltIlUllulIl'l"(1 the- arrival of the I I"tIIl,1 rose for sale and will then aud there sell U the said shall be redeemed
- ban .e. .pftju .. breast, c>ing at 6:45 o'clock. 10-2 by H C Sistrunk I).C. Unless c..r.itictr according
highest and bea bidder for cash in hand in to law. tax deed wil issue iherrun OB .
19 piethuit41 ,roll'r. I iarty. H.v. Howard Dulillu .ve1r.gen had been speculating frout of the court house door in Ocala. Marioa the3i.ldayoioctobrr.A. 1903.
It phMb1 hell ily ::1 cotton, taking the bear side. county Florida' ,,1the right title, interest and NOTICE. Witness my omcial signature and < 1 thutbe
I ..h\t. seLlsrrut,41un4 .hi-. t'11i. tll"I.. ', t,,,(,'r,, tl.U. triubotukItallUH estate of the said defendant May Louise Gold- 21st day of September, D. i'3. iS.
....... II sI" aaJ rprcatkej to his wife that he could beck and Alfred C. Coldbeck. her husband, T.!ISTlrSE.

fn ,,"1 hue l""I"Itl'tJI 'Ut-Ul flf which tilled a Hide I no lour: stand: the strain. Adelaide V. Morgan and James M. Morgan. &Ii VTOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNJN 9 25 p Clerk Circuit Court "Iarn Co ii.
heirs at law of Wm. H. Morgan, deceased of f certain final decree
I der and by virtue a '
III Ibe ,1.nw.uI Ul tI I"y uludiiw iu tho (utlur. The little Tioc.l: i rated at about $200.' in and to the following described lands, situate entered by the lIon. W. S Bullock judge ot the --

I ..p.-I'\I Swearinens losses evidently preyed 1)ing and being in the said county and state l fifth Judicial Circuit of Flonda Manon county, NOTICfc. I 1'1'or

.. U" .l lriiEiiJ' ""flt- rtowrr Kiri" Norma Martmez and lO-Wlt. in chancery.on the 24th day of September.A. Dioo3.wnerem .
I I t, it. bis i-ihJ and chains of the
on in east
lulge 6
.l-\ Tuesday's Commencing at a point 39 S. S. Lamb is complainant and Application for Tax Deed Under Section ot

i i : tar.t1 .a'rI, Wjdjjtbr lUl- MillfHtl. M K-farUut- white frocks the cotton market: temporarily unhinged the southwest southwest corner quarter of the of northwest section 15 quarter township of Henry Fifth Judicial Goodrich Circuit.is defendant Marion, couutv pending Honda in the (.hapter4SS5, Lawsof Florida I i

"Iatb.l .l1toUJlul Iia slId r..rr} lug b.1lokl'hl of ros-n, led the I his mind.Relatives '5. south range U, east, thence running north in chancery I the undersigned special master VOTICE* Is HEREBY GIn THAT PETE
.. 15.65 chains thence east 6M chains.thence south said way Horn & Co tax .
I refused to to what in chancery, appointed therein t> execute Qhaar
hk" ihi' .""Ih.. wedding' iirocreiiou., fhey ere follovrnl say extent 65chains thence west 6.39 chains to the pointof final decree will on No 3" dated the sth day of August. A. U.
slslbe ..IAIIII" I he had invested. but it is not believed beginning containing by estimation ten 1901 filed said certificate in office aad I
)ri'" I H"" ; by ihtt attended Mr. acres more or less. and o'clock. has mode application lor tai deed to issue in
ID tit' "UUllu"r ; .ritotu by that the three oil mills are involved. between the hours of II a. m 2 p.
$as. trOI' Also at the northeast of the with Said certificate the
..D.ulr beginning corner m. in frout of the south door ol the court house according law. embrace 4
,,... .bid IUllurP11 ibr rUe Arthur H <. it jIU" Mr. Swearingen of the east,and running thence south with a mag. highe-t and best bidder for cash the following county Florida to
..IbluJ"'ry' ul FurI'pp.u& l ly attired 11U a jiciureHjut gown was one mo netic variation of j degrees 9 minutes,east described mortgaged premises to-wit: Southwest quarter of Iheut quarter sec I
promln'nt men in this section and his 23.69 chains. thence west with a magnetic variation The ea4t half ot the northta.t quaiter of the lon 18. township 18. range .
n bd'r. lb. banI :rll.l" of white li' t-ny tulle, fcuUred, lteud- suicide created a tremendous sensa of 2 degrees 35 minutes north. 8 43 southwest quarter and the east half ol tae said land being a.u the date f
thence north 13 69 chain, thence east 5.. ChaiD8'1 noutheast'utrUr ot the northwest quarter ot the issuance of such the name

Sli t-w. lb.uoor.. e..rtli'llty"IUM *d by her Mister, Mi-w Dorothy Hutch- tion. to the point of beginning containing section II. towsghip i5.! south of range it east. S. W. Lavtou. Unless: said certificate hU beredeemedaccordiugtolawtax
... p4f of land more or less less fifteen acres told to James W Sanders in deed will UI -
wUb wutb uiirtii.rupKkt ln ou, who wort a tttituilful dre -a of Said land being gold in satisfy said decree and Utnon count, Florida or so much thereof as thereon on the nth day of November, A .
be necessary to satisfy said final decree 1903.Witness
white China a.Ik with chiffou. NEIL M. ALLRKD, Special Mailer, fn Chancery. and may costs of suit CARLOS L.SISTRUNK. my official signature and teal this the ..
IJICIo 10 30 Solicitor for Complainant. I 10 t Special ),Master Chancery 3rd day of October A. D.l'3.

%b.$111140tflgtiJUItp" $ r.- Mr. and .Mr I *. Toph are prominent Body Fo'" i in Underground Alley r:1 -
id Clerk Circuit Court Manon
Near Her Home.Allentowi. I C.F.
bytb Wr. and popuUr iu Taiupa. and NOTICEof NOTICE. -
& ,i tb. ,I.p.UUIl.ut Ktciety ., ra.. uci. 27.-'Mabel 411

of |,Uut bureau, from tbt'l have a l.rj(1t iroU. of IrunJs who re- Bechtel, aged 21 years was murdered Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of NOTICE OF PETITION FOR SCHOOL f
i.ils, Chapter 4S8S. Laws of Florida IS HltREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. DISTRICT AT MOSS BLUFF.
"IJ.hot'ut .tttiiti., wllt'rt! j Juke with tli-m in their hajlpin ,;. last night. Her body. placed in an IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J C. NOTICE W. Carney. purchaser of Tax Cer.

underground alley adjoining her home, NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. tificate No. 2392.dated the ist day of July. A. D. \ 4

. ..f eCbybftL ln'ei are IrowiOll:, The groom i.* 't situ of r. Toph, of was found today by her mother. The 570 dated the 5th day of April, A. D., 1892, and 1901, has filed said certificate in my office. and *\'E. THE payers UNDERSIGNED of the following CITIZENS descnbed AND territory
Certificate No 66:. dated August 6th, 1900. has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -
,. 111,1& hip f'I' Iti'. u- tbl thy, :.:1'1 t H *rtll kM>ru here. skull was crushed but there were nc has filed said certificates in my office, and with law. Said certificate embracesthe will on I
i I .a. has made application for tax deed to issue in fcllowiug described property situated in trl XonJjti in .YQflr.I9
; 01 the Iti.lry, Iu Ih"J Mr. and Mr I ". Toph will visit various marks of violence on the body. accordance with law Said certificates embracethe Marion county. Flonda. to-wit: preseut to the brd0 public inltnriJ of .

Miss Beehtel went driving yesterday following descrided property situated in Lot 7. F.. l.. Carney's sub. ot a part ot section Marion county. petition .llnf the .
J 'he stS. '111t' ur.n "" l'r.ti |N,iutp la Itic 3; .tt: and *ill probably with Marion county Florida. to-wit. II township 17. range 23 said board to cal an election fo the purpuew ofcreating
IIItI morning David Weisenbergand South half of south half of northeast quarterof The said land being assessed at the date of a school d trir. be known
i 11 t&\ *M *rlwut are the nr.t s'op$ over m O..a.Ilt'fore returuiui!; this was the last time she was southwest quarter, and north half of north the issuance of such certificate in the name of as the spal1x t District
fr.4 by halt of southeast quarter of southwest quarter Mrs Princea3 A. smith. Unless said certificate ,. The above said district to include the following
II alwUonof wbatr uU ,loo wltha I home. seen alive. Mrs. Bechtel was aroused section 2. and 4.50 chains north and south on shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed descrbied territory:
> early this:: morning by the barkingof west side of south half 01 north half ot southeast will issue thereon on the 7th day of November Commencing at the northeast corner of section
the 'lor'.I"' ."""t't't OfKf Kentucky Solid. quarter of soutwest quarter section i, town. A. D. 1003 17, township r6. range 25, running west to Ock-
i E |JW L"I."ITU dogs. Upon looking out of her ship 14. range 22. I Witness my official signature and seal this the lawaha river,thence in m southeasterly dirK

to4 lb. bard) trifoliate Chlo..... :Speakiug of the political outlook in bedroom window she saw two men The said land being assessed at the date of(he 2gth day of September A. D. 1903. tion along the Ocklawaha river to the line dividing
; issuance of such certificate in the name of (seal: ) S. T. hISTKUNK.to townships 16 and 17.thence east to southeast
1 a |rwluct uLtalnt'di Kentucky the Cou rit'r.J ourual buys: carrying an object from a carriage an parties Unknown. Unless: said certificate skull 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. corner of section 32. township 16. range J
i : t. t.. orauKv, place it in the underground alley near be redeemed according to law. tax deed wilt thence north to the point of beginning

tb'l'fat..t dlnlcullY and uly "W tJhall rdl up. biz; majority issue thereon on the:aw day of November. A. D. I Isaac Per. ..... J. White. N. I. Fort. S. A -
I d the Bechtel house.
i I1 .She mad no investigation 1903. NOTICE Smith Oh'er J. S Martin II Fort .

'J fubtdr4"4" tuttle eipriiunt.tgtQUi hardly lees: than: twt-nty five thou- but upon arising this morning Witness my official signature sad seal this O. Morrn. Jno.T. Le.i W. E.Startle, A.W,
a the Mth day of Oct., A. D I Fort
. I 1903. II. P.Grigs.
: )orID.d.m
Section 8
lMy$ dl">rlU8 cbarac. fcand-for our democratic ticket fur she found her daughter's shoes, b. T. SISTRUNK, I of Application for Tax Deed Under L. P. Warmann, ... la 9
f hat and coat in the dining room. to 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co I-la. : Chapter 4555! Laws of Florida, I ---

: trr\e&t\ of th. lo. TuU j'ur the the reason that: all our differences are Later the body of Miss Bechtel was NOTICE purchaser IS HEREBY of Tax GIVEV Certificates THAT T.Nos C. NOTICE OF ELECTION.

bbnd J'"IJ.' .! h. ..lood croD of paat and gone. One doitt of out and found in the alley. 2131 2146 1361 dated the 3rd day of OCt. 1891* ,
and 1103: dated pity 2, i5941 has filed said certi S
of whleh Live btu out republicanism was enough for I ficates in my office and has made application For creating a Special Tax school District a -
htlL'd PERILS OF THE-YOUKON. of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 o' for tax dred to i sue in accordance with law. Oak Hill,

I -UI cbr&ibt4. Kentucky. Rather than risk another I of Chapter 4'teS Laws of Honda. said certificates situated embrace the Marion following described NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THT AX -
IS UBRKBY GIVEN THAT J. E. property in county. will be held at the Oak Hill schoolhouse
f H U lb. *ooud gtuvnttiou which all sorts and conditions of democrats Steamers With Valuable Cargoes Ex. I NOTICE: purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Florida.to-wit: section Marion countv. flord.dunn the boon
posed to Ice and Frost. 2497.dated the 4th day of November, A. D. 105 south half of southwest quarter. \ of 8 o'clotk a m.and of Saturday. Oct.
tout nvhl l l" OMr. \Voo4, cme together; aud, after we got to- I Seattla .certificate 1783 dated August 6th. A. D. Dorth"' quarter of northwest quarter except 17. A D. 1903. for the of creating a
up ash. A aud northea.tquarler arp
". Oct. 27 special
1900 has filed said certificates my office and five acres in oulhwest corner special ta school distnct known the

ni U U ID this brrakiu up lroct't\.141 grlher. w.. found that "we had not i from Dawson says that steamers and has made application for tax deed to issue township ol 16 northwest range 12. and quarter lot 3.of block section 4 Dan 25 Oak Special Tax Ihol lulnc..Thboundanes < -
in accordance with law. of the above are .
.. .. tall It. tbat we wilt j':t't the betruaofar apart that on the new cargoes valued at more than $2,000 Std certificate embrace the following described burv. section land 19. township assessed 16 range at the 23.date of the hereby changed from the dvscnptiun: in tb
said being
000 remain exposed to the perils of the property situated it. Marion county. The the of original petition by order of the board of \
,rirty fn.m which lo stItet.l alignment, we could not stand once Florida, to-wit: issuance of such certificates in names he instruction 5 as to read as follows:
I""t Youkon ice and frost with little pros Adam Slyke. Harriet: Mverc P. N. Ram-dell
North half of southwest and southeast South 3-4 section 2.3.4 5 and south half.(
raid certificate shall be
Wk,t ., U)* baV" lu tbU unit hybridbuonogewblcb more a a uuit. As a consequence pect of being gotten to places of safe quarter of southwest quarter Section 36. and redeemed Unknown.according Unless to law. tax deed will issue south half of Section 6. and all of section T.8. .
10. n. 14,15,16,17. IS, of Township I Range
aud west half of southwest of Section )
comb tut a quite Unlayth party id as thoroughly ty for the winter. 25. all in Township id, kane quarter 24. thereon Witress on myotbcial the 17th d signature y of Nov.and A. lJ.19"3.seal this the 20, and to elect three trustees of said special

Some steamers have full cargoes |101 The said land being assessed at the date of D. ax school di.rtic and to fix the rate of millageto
d.1Y ot Oct. A
"jbtl.. tb. lrIta of both 11rnt1. I united as ever it was.' perishable goods and these are certain the issuance of such certificates in the name of iStm 1903.S.. T. SISTRUNK, Se special tax school district.
electors said election
Qualified at all
are regu- -
Unknown P. Trustee
; Q. Brown L. A. Griggs 16 Clerk Circuit Court,
fromtbt KlorMa" orauge it Kt'b Its to be ruined. The cold storage steamer and J S. Jartiu 10 tered and qualified voters ot said district who
Off for Micanvpy. Unless: said certificatess hall be redeemed according pay a ta on real or personal property therein.
1It't'\l1l" tuterlor, Kerr with $150,000 worth of refrigerated The following have been appointed
aod almost to law. tax deed will i-sne thereon oa NOTICE. persons
Jky d The legate* from the Oeala. Baptist meats is stalled below Eagle the 3ist day ot October A. D. 1903 managers and clerk of said election:
whi!. fTom tll.Cbiurtte l-nrrul It K't Witness my official signature and seal this H W Nettles. D Fant, Joshua Uantzler.a a.
Church left yesterd afternoon and will not get through this year. the 21st day September A. D tooj. I 1. K. Mixson clerk.
tart flvor.if Notice of Application for Tax Deed under Sec. By order of the board of
118 red."d lte and lu The gold output of the Klondikefor 945 h.T.SIbTRUXK.Clerk public intrcti
for Micanopy to attend the meeting Circuit Court Marion County, Florida. tion S of Chapter 4'Laws ot Florida. this Sth day September, A. L 1903
Efti we ibould nrvt- get >>uy- the season is now figured at $10- VrOTICB. la HEREBY GIVEN THAT R. A. 9 25 G. 9 sCOTT
of the Marion Bipn< A8ocialion, 400.000. Xl Burford.purchaser ot Tax Certificates Nos. Attest Chairma
thllll wore tb*u we bavw la this 1 NOTICE.In 2743 2795 and 1605 dated the ist day of July A. W. Ia. CAK.N, Secretary.
Western District, which convenes I). IQOI. has filed said certiicate in my office.
'JW\JI\ .. won\.l\ ooiwlder' It a grtatsiqiatIuu MRS. LAMAR DEAD. and'has made application for tax deed to issue -
there this week. Those who representthe the Circuit Court ot the Fifth Judicial Circuitof in accordance with law. Said certificates embrace NOTICE.
the following described property situated -
ao-l lIt rr..eticliIJ'OwlUt'rci.a
Ocala churca-:tre the following: Widow of Once Prominent Georgian Florida in and for Marion County. in Marion county, Flonda, towit:

,,,IY9. TbU .tn*lttl orug' ep.' Passes Away. In Chanceiy West 2-3 of lot 7 and lots 6 Southwest Teagnes Notice of Application for lax Deed Under Sec
D.Oarn Mrs. D. A.'ogt of lota 60 Caldwell's addition.
1. of m.lug la from fltleeu 10 Mr. W. Macon Ga., Oct: 29Mrs. L. Q. C. Martha J. Osborne. rinntiff vs. John W. Os- Ucala.Resurvey All of except 54 59 65 fret north and south ton 8. Chapter 4'&Laws ol FlundaNOTICE .

| Miss Jo Williams, Mrs. :rf. A. Staud- Lamar, widow of the late Hon. borne Defendant.-Divorce. by 220 feet east and west on north end of lot 15 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT w. B.
cauuotlUMiu L. Q. Dunn's noithwtst addition Ocala. Lots A andB purchaser of tax cenmcate Nj
'ilt'rfl. or.ult'tI
tw"t1't.tn ley and Mrs. J. G. Spurliu. :'! :: C. Lamar a member of a Cleveland IT IS ORDERED named John THiT W.THE Osborne.DEFENDANT be and he sub of lot 9 Dunn's northwest addition to 151. 277. 27&, 39. 35 dated. and the certificates second du No orNonmber .
pw, & b lufrrlor lalo cabinet and a member of the supreme is hereby required to appear!' to the bill of complaint Ocala The said land being assessed at the date of 484. 492. 497. dated Oor! S, 11.( and cerll

court of the United in said cause on or before Monday such certificates in the names ot 506, August .
the ordinary oranneI' w" The California Citroriphsthe; States, died here the issuance of cate$442. 441. )
j et qullt1 The 4lh day ofjannrrj> 4. D. twit S. w.Teague and Florida West Coast Improvement said certificates in my office and has made application
; kntknow wouU have well rt'cog- farmers all over the country are night at the home of her kins is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe Co. Unless said certificates shall be for tax deed to issue in accord8"
1 man. :\1 5r C. D. Wynn after a protracted published once a week for eight consecutive redeemed according Ia*. tax deed will issue with law. Said certificates embrace follw-

( Ud t alu" for oranice drinks, ntr.cllIr itreuuously opposing: the proposed_ Illness. weeks in the Ocala Weekly Banner I thereon on the official l th day October and,seal A. D.this'903I the. lag. described Flonda. Iropert.slute in Mar county. -
Witness signature
I I>on..tbbJollhdayor October. A.D 1903 my lull."
IaII U lff "urillMit'llo Iu i11 lt C"IU' treaty with Cuba. It si)a the measure Mrs. Lamar was 77 years of age. (Seal) S.T. SISTRUNK I 12th day September, A. D. 1903. quartar east section of southeast 32. township n. range north it. Wutt
Clerk Circuit Conrt. T. SIS.TRUNK quarter quarter
Hun the characteristic* of the ur.'lilt gacriticrd the farmers for tbe luaufactures II was horn In Houston county and By H C. Sistrunk D CEdw 9 18[ Clerk] Circuit Court Manon County, Fla northeast quarter northeast quarter of southwest ,
was Miss Henrietta and northeast quarter of touiheant
Dean and in her in Spencer Complainant Sol'r 10-30 quarter

and the cr,1' fruit auJ rt'tlt'r.1' and that I those the hard- girlhood days was a reigning and popular NOTICE.T. quarter and section 1.tt three I north fourths half of of noitheattouar'tcr south half of

of Florida aud belle noted both for NOTICE. northwest quarter section n. aU in township i.rangeaz.northwestquarter .
farmers her
I'm la utoie rnllrt"te the Ii Iii e. eat hit are the beauty of south went -

.- .- -- Califorui. The C tn>gr..p> couelude and her Intellect. I Whom it May Concern: and ana west east hal of' southeast southwest quarter section curter II 6.
She married: early in life Gener' of for Tax Deed Under Section Sot quarter
Outs It Shipping C9tl to Newcastle Application ''OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TilE and west half of northeast quarter of south half
U. trui.Ie It, f.Ibws'ha: Irenty pro William Holt who attained a prominence Chapter 4<;S9. Laws of Florida. l''Ionl" Central & peninsular Kailroad of northeast quarter sect ton h. all m township
il woulll% Uulrauge to II'ts Florida GIVEN THAT C. Company has filed in this office a list of lands 22
is HEREBY J. range
I K is not in throughout the south. 13.
t I uor.iiiiut lw)4e.l by purchaser of Certificate No.679; situated in the township The said land hinj assessed at the date ol
iMfplDt Yiruna and Itologra ""uge i the lines of successful man in affairs of lit. dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1S93, has filed has applied for a patent for said lands: that the the issuance of cerlfcte decree on
the 1 isibtest!: : made list is open to the public for inspection and a of I. Brokaw. Jno P
and was for a long period Slid certificate in my office, and has application J. Jnckvm Ia.
1.oIae.ot| Au.'rl" aud ItalyiaiUm W/iib. ideas held either presidentof for tax deed to issue in accordance witH! copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has est Martha Evans John Raliakra a
the reeipriKJity by the Southwestern road. law.. Said certificate embraces the foUowing been posted in a convenient place in this office unkuown tilcss said certibcain shall
a-lvlcm to the IMilUvl'hi,\ | for the inspection of all persons interestedand pries d tu law tax deed wilt
McKinley or by {StatesmanBUiue. In the early eighties: when Hon described property situated in Marion county, according b
President Honda towitNorthwest : ol the public generally. issued thereon on the nth day of November. A
OwsnyVorU' *tat.. that the governUD L Q. C. Lamar was in his zenith as quarter of northwest quarter. sec Within the next MXty days following the date li. 1903. .
Therefore, we are opposedto of this nonce protests or contests against the signature aDd not ton
tion township 14. range tiThe Wun.my ofcil
*lfli, .irr the new fMhl law, baa a statesman, as a typical representative 3.said land being assessed at the date ot the claim ot the company to any tract or subdivision the srd day ut \ U. 1901.
this Kao arrangement in toto. of the !;ccuth Mrs. Holt became hi? i-suance cf such certificate in the name of Hen- within any section or part of section. a T. t1 TRl'XK
inmliM$ abiiut :) ) oilM *oIl re bride. derso Harvey., Unless said certificate shall be described in the Itst on the ground that the Clerk Circuit Court )ar c" .
redeemed accordingto law lax deed will issue same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural lo9
for a>lulUritioo Would like to know how to The funeral will purposes will be received and noted
Jteteot aU 'pt'likpa"ilh: ? If &o send two centsin from the residence on Orange strp' Witness" my official signature and seal this the for report to the General Laud Office at NOTICE
Vieuuauu "' initou.D.C
\ which .v&-4 D.
fttuoug I4th d; y ol OCt. A. 1903.
H. division and the m'tenrent will! \\'. G ROBINSON Register.
)stage toV.. Leahy, be in Rose Hillcemetery. S. T. SIsTRCNK.
J Keeeh'er.Florida
coutalniuj Marion Co. Ha. HtNRY; s.
t| wiDt-rwuriit, 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court
agent, Atlantic Coast Line, ot Application for Tax Deed Under Sectfea lo
pa'-senxer Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands,
WieafKl. H-ruuit Heiijuuili. man Savannah and receive booklet entitled NOTICE Gainesville Land Dihu tt. Chapter 4Sv, Law. of Florida.yoTtcE .
Florida. GIVEN; ThAT MR*.
f '|rr uf th Fl..Iridi. Meat 1'acklnjf 'What lo Say in Spanish and How toSay Question of Friars' Lands. South. East IN Rubie Betrj is HEREBY, purchaser ut Tax CerttletteNo

Rome. Oct. :29! .-The latest reports I Township, Range dated the ist d of JulA Dcertificate
will valuable pocket 1504 y .
(Wpany of Ueala 1Ia)$ they It, a very Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section ,
: f received at the Vatican from Archbishop 15. *,> has filed siJ in my cmce ana D. I
It' cher. S. Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida. P't NE# and P t S4.! Section 19. 9 18 9t made application for tax deed l,) Issue in ccvr--
frrpu th.r. two kind of nuuge --------- -- -- Quid! the apostolic delegate in the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Mc- dance with law Said certificate embraces tie

Philippines contain much 1\ Nair & Wade Land Co.. purchaser of tax following descnbed property situated ia Maitencounty.
bait more hopeful -
J this far
winter. Thrlr IIUCl't'IIr..o certificate No. 72Q5. dated the ist day of July NOTICE! Florida, to wit
news regarding the prospects fora A. D 1901, has filed said certificate in my office West half of northeast quarter aD nerth.
Leeti roouuul'I'II.-JI1\IIl'r! Neie.Th.M.rCI definite settlement of the Question and made application for tax deed to issue in west quarter of southeast quarter lu **C-
accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section non township 15 range 23.
I ---- HetpiUl. F:='R E of the friars' lands in the Philippine! I following described property situated in S, of Chapter 4SSS, Laws of Flonda.VTOTICE The said land being assessed at the dte o

i islands and also in connection wit Marion county, Florida, towit'Northeast Ihe issuauce ot such certificate in the name o
of south west quarter section IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. B Unknown. said certificate ahaB be re
( quarter t'nles
X-aU i. to have another h
>r. W. T. Wilxon Dr. 0. H.nd Brown the friars leaving the archipelago. The said land being assessed at the date of the 2365. dated the 4th day of November, A. D. 1895, thereon on the i6th day of November A. D Mtt.
and dated August th. I and seal Ihu the
issuance of such certificate in the name of Unknown : and ccrtificate 2290 2379. ; \\itness my official signature
colored II Unless: said certificate shall be redeemed iSoq and certificate nSS, ddte July ist. 1901. 14th day of Oct A. D. 1903. i
Dr Iknton, Ocala's three Fraudulent Bankruptcy Charge. according to law tax deed will issue has filed said certificates office and has 6. T. SISTRtNI
of Nov. A D. for tax deed to issue in accordance Clerk Circuit Court
thereon on the 2jd day 1903. made application ia 16 C.'I.
hyilciauiare fitting up the large New York, Oct. 27,-Adolf Friend Witness my official signature and seal this the I with law. Said certificates embrace

whose arrest has October, A. D. the following described property situated in
;uow. over l'1Urulu'iI furniture store mann, just been reported iTth day 1903 .
S.T. SISTRUNK.lo Marion county. Flonda! to wit:
at Budapest at the instanc Clerk Circuit Court Mtnon Co. Fla. Lot block 6 north half of north NOTICE
fur The 23 3
I Lo. for their atlenw. I
(j.iul i of southwest quarter
of the United States on the chargE halfofsouthwest quarter

.. location U one with plenty of of'a fraudulent in of section 19. and south ot southwest 16 quar ot Application for Tax lJe Under Section t
a good bankruptcy New NOTICEIn ter section all in township range 23.
2.of southwest quarter and west Chapter 4S&. Law tot Flonda
and west
bet York. formerly conducted the business
liht! and air and tbe rooms are to
. i half of southeast quarter of southwest quarter IS HEREBY GIVES THAT W.
R5E of a dry goods auctioneer in this city section 22 township 15 range 2 NOTICE & Bro, purchaser of Tax Certii
t 1 11 tllulppt'd.t He disappeared In December, IStJ- the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit The said land being assessed at the date of cate No.4S7- dated the 6th day of Anguat. A. l>.
- used in and for Marion County Florida.In the issuance of such certificate in the name of has nled said certificate in mv vl.aa4
A |-orthn 01 the pace will be It you would like to take leaving creditors, it is alleged, foi Chancery. Parties Unknown and Henning Land and has 1900.made application for tax deed
t said certificates -
Company. Unless with said certificate embrace
for a training; echool for colored nurses.Tb. a trip to Europe, the 126000. Benjamin Lewis O'Neal Complainant vs. Improvement shall be redeemed according to law tax accordance the following described. property situated !. '

" World Pair Saratoga, Defendant. deed will Lsxue thereon on the jist day of October. Marion county Plonda to wit
t Hattie
been apjropriaUly
new hospital has .A D. 1903. Lot block 12, Sparr,section towa.b.p
0 0 New Tort City or AsheTllle. IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEPENDENT:!: Witness official signature and seal this the a. a IJ
named "The NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. A named. Hattie J. O'Neal. be and she my range 22. date of the
r Mercy. without having to put herein 24th day September A. D. 1903. The Mid land being assessed at the
required to to the bill of complaint T. SISTRUNK. of WM
t 0 is hereby appear S. issuance of such certificate in the same
U up any of your own money, in said cause on or before Monday.the 2nd 9-25C Clerk Circuit Court Manon CoMa, Unless laid certificate hB a '
i ti Grace (pisc pal Nov I. 1'/ write the Jacksonville Metropolis Department of the Interior Land Office at day of November,A. D 1903. of this order Thompson redeemed according to law tax de will ; g
further ordered that a copy
Gainesville. Fla..October 16, 1903- It is thereon on the 2oth of Hot D.llJ II
t All HaluU day.Aonlvtrmy 0 q 0 for particulars. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE be published once week for four consecutive NOTICE OF APPLICATIONIFOR FINAL Witness my official signature and i 'ttKth >.
the Ocala Banner.
[ of the foundiofiof' the NOTICE named settler has filed notice of of weeks This in the ulld: d47 September A. D 1903. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. day of October. A. D. 1003.S. T. !1 TtSr.
her intention to make final proof In support S.T.SISTRU K. .
Jl&riab.t:30. her claim, and that said proof will be made 9 25 Clerk Circuit Court. 1016 Clerk Circuit Court )nD c..*

before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, lila. on RAYMOND B. BULLOCK

.. u. Sunday achool.llSJOa. tkcenjxr Stk 1903. Complainant solicitor. 15 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE WANTED-SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PERsons -
t Daniels. of Kendrick, Fla homestead NOTICE executor of the last will and in each state to travel for house nh6c
viz Dora .
I A m. Special festival service : 27063 formerly Dora Stevison. tor the \TANAGER WANTED in this county and testament ot JOHN A.COLE deceed. will o eleven year and with a Urge fDt1 t ctl
Tr\l METROPOLISCARTER north half of southwest quarter section 33 Di. adjoining territory to represent and advertise the i8tft dan nf Fibnaij A..D.190;. upon mercnants lad agents lor ant
I 'With sermon and holy communion \ : township 14 soutn range 21 east. an old established business house ot solid with make final settlement of his account. and apply profitable line Permanent engagement. -
Salary $21 weekly. of Ii8 and all cxpcaic -
she names the fallowing witnesses to prove financial standing. and tranl.c ; -
p 7:30 p. in. Evening prayer and t-er- % RESELL ,I, her continuous residence upon and cultivation $3 per day for expenses, paid on each Mondayby for application final discharge.to be Such to the county Judge of and hotel& bill advanced Mention clh ecb week.
check direct from oeadauaners Expenses not rfe11
of said land. viz Sam Hodge. Perry Edwards Florida. Experience entaL
I I.. tuon. PUBLISHING CDdACt3ONVILLe. I I I Jim btevison, Luther Stafford, aU of Kendrick, advanced and horse and buggy furnished President when- Marion 8236m county at Ocala. J. M. LIDDF.LL. and ejclose alf.addrui .envelope. TIlE
RiM CM* at rectory Wednesday at 1 Florida. necessary: position permanent.; Address D. A. StiLLER.I NATIONAM, 334 Derbra Chicago
PLA: II I J 10-30 W. G. ROBINSON, Register. 640 Monon Building, Chicago lit 10 30 4t
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merit or bomtkm that has ever
ttto brought to Florida arrived in .....
Jaeksonville 't-Stfrday. Two fejcial ( 9r .
tame bringing in the crowd. -.
On ODe epeeial train, censistibg of -
three sleepers and four coaches, ar f ,
med over the Louisville& Nashville TILA POT \
and Atlantic 'out Lice railways!,
and brought in about two hundred of I !- Q 0% Q -,

the bomer-etkers from fet. Louis,
Chicago, EvuQjTille, Cincinnati and ::;
Louisville. The regular train over T <) :::

this route also brought in a large W V'trill ....1
number of early touriaU and settlers. GRO.OERY
Another special traiu during themor&icsr 3;

aiiitd over the Georgia ;! I ....'
Southern & Dixie Flyer route,with aBroad .....
i .
of homtBrtkern. This train I .- ...
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consisted of three Pullman Buffett .1
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ears and three coaches, and every car '
t via full of tourists and'settlers. the recommendation of
Many of these homeeeekers are Upon our customers we !

prosperous farmers in the middle

F west and have come to Florida witha have decided to faith the sound \
view of locating: here. pin our upon judgment -
They will visit various feectiom, of ---
the eiate. It la hoped that a numberof .'

them will come to Marion which .- of Jim Dumps and have supplied ourselves 3..
bone of the richest and moat prosperous --- ,
counties in the elate. It will !
certainly worth their while to visit j
tab section. with a fine line of the 3
These homeeeekers were brought ..
titi> -- ..
down by the railroads at the low rate ....
of one cent a mile. Their tickets are tl
good until November 10th and while I B.O.Compay's Cereal Goods
some of them will return home then,
many of them will settle in various --- ;
--- .....
sections of the state. --- .....'!
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His Florida a Political Elijah .'

In reference to the announcement f : r ; P.
Jim Damps had scarcely slept a
candidates .' .:::
of Bro"'ard and Mays as H wink j
--- ....
for governor the Tampa Time! says: ttl All eight think.he'd toss about and .... '
The matter ia practically settled- --- ...
But that's all
past-he'll ne'er
Bob Davis will be the next governor
endure We
of Florida. And be will be nominated :;:. Insocn l.. He's found a cure I recommendU.-4
in the firs primary, too. Tis "Force." At ,
night when
Yellow Corn Meal them to ::
The Jacksonville Metropolis, ho" lights are dim, you ..
ever,does cot subscribe' to the dO('. It soothes"the nerves of'Sunny ....
trine that the Tampa Times i3 an '... Breakfast Wheat, Jim. as being -.

Alexander Dowie,or a second Elijah! -- ... ...,. ==
-- 1st class -..
and says:
There ia no discounting the fact that
e Messrs. Broward and Maya art men .- oi.ce in every .
of political strength, and if their :: Presto,
TM hosts of friends get down to bard. --- respect. =:
active work it may require a second --
primary to determine who shall! lethe .,- Force. 1 ItndyioBeeCeret A trial ::
democratic nominee. maKes one chummy L : i

Goes Texas Several Better. .- with good sleep. willconvince

San Angelo,Texas, boasts of having --- -4
a machine that will shear one --- -Wouldn't Believe at Tint.IwoaWntbeJieretttail ,. you. "-... ;:
Wd It tat
hundred and forty sheep at '7ftfM'li a eon,for hiinmTiU I tied to ... !;:
f- twtke eizhl after How '
Bur night. I eat a _
once. That's nothing to boast of. .- big bowlTnl of yoroe iut befon jttfnj to l" .... j
bed. tad deep tad 1 ban become rood. !
Wall street! has a machine that has ., a rnerde egein "I.I.Erse .....!'j:
born 3,01X1 lambs at one clip.-New .- -4J.1
York Commercial '
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Mothers. ... '1
Who would keep their children in :: Our and fresh fruits 04 e.
new are arriving daily and in the next 'ten
good health should watch for the first a- days -4
symptoms of worms, and remove ....
them with White's Cream Vermifuge.It :. will have. anything you may need in that line, Apples, peaches, apricots ::
is the children's best tonic. It gets
digestion at work so that their food EE 1
does them good, and they grow up prunes, pears, raisins, nuts citron, currents, figs, etc Besides t
healthy and t-trong. 25c. at AntiMonopoly ::1

Mays and. Drug Broward Store the latent m i=D-=- sweet mixrd, sour mixed, plain cucumber, German dill pickles and ::

gladiators in the political arena, will a.pickled onions all for sale in bulk -4-4
have to spring some sort of sensation ,
pretty soon to keep themselves in the tll ,
public eye and not get J lost iu the .'
.huffle.-Pensacola Press.It tt -4

thermometer will require to a registering record the political daily I Fresh Arrival : Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits, .,I

changes of some of the Florida news

papers anent the senatorial and gu- I
bernatiorial candidates.The Mill Cereals.

Hearst boom continues to ;
gather strength and like the cloud ..il
Elijah prayed for ia growing bigger

and bigger until it seems likely to :-: We want your trade and we are using every known means we
overspread the whole country. can

: Real Estate! :: think of to give you the best and freshest goods to be had, at as low a --4""""

Real Estate! I :: price as they can be purchased consistent with a living profit. We ;j

:: lead and let others follow. You take no chances in buying of us ..4
-- as we
Your wants in this line for "
:: allow no misrepresentation. All goods must be as represented
City or County Property, for I your

Orange Grovesfetc. can* :: money back. Yours for more business

, be supplied. Special at- '' .4

.-I tention given rentaccounts. F THE TEA POT GROCERY. 44


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