The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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: November 6, 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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i I I1U w\utt SASSIS. Leul Falter EI LIVELY TIME Kunze-Trantham.At Convict Prison Inspector. j I THE DOG. : FOR..RENT-One uadrt <] and fifty acrnof
suitable for
.rucking or
._ _.. the residence of Rev. and Mrs. Governor W. S. Jennings has appointed melons mostly under tenet, one .>.J a Ealfmiles :
from court house H ju104*>*ni on
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Sharp Contention Between Two Pro Porterou Fort King ave. Wednesday : Hon. Newton A. Blitch Some months ago we reproduced in property. For further information address. (XM
.1 Livingston. Ocala.F'ad w M :-Io\ I
minent Ocalians. night at 7:30 o' lock Mr. Frederick W. senator from Levy county: convict these columns a tribute to the dog

Mr.P. A. *.baw, jf I>Dunuelloa was: The Kunze and Miss Eunice Tranthamwere i I prison inspector in place of Hon. from the pen of Senator Veil, of
gathering of a crowd of apparently I '
.mOllt tb' 'UIODKt'r.lu the city ytslyday. united in marriage, the ceremony j I Robert F. Rogers time expired. Missouri.In .
excited men in front ot the UNDERWEARMEN'S
._ Montezuma hotel Weduesdiy after :. being performed by Rev. J. C. :I This is one of the most important the whole range of English literature .

)!t. Jim I'"It'll thin K tlUl" to Fort noon ;oaused a representative of the Porter. Tne wedding was a very ,. offices in the gift of the governor& and there is scarcely anything excelling

nhrrc he has accepted apusltioi. Ocala I quiet one being witnessed by only there were a number of applicants it.
y1en' to ask the cause, and he
about half a dozen intimate friends !: for it from different parts of the state Still later we printed a tribute to
_.. was Informed about as follows: 1
and !: the same noble animal handed downin
and Mr. Rogers himself was a candidate -
f>l.L and )Ir.. ri 11I'yles returned Mr. J. Starr Siernbtrger, one of theclt'e
Mr*;. Kuuze is a daughter of the for re-appointment. Specula a decision by one of the famous
"ur late John Trautham aud neice of Mrs. I tion was rife as to who would receive judges Georgia, Heavy
Jack.oom. Mr. A. R Toph, owner of the Montezuma .
+i Annie Trantham whose death occurred i i the luscious plum. In eloquence, pathos aud tenderness Undershirtsand
of block had some misunderstanding ;
sirs W W- Jat'k. J tra, was in this city a short time ago. I Senator Butch is a very strong and it was scarcely less touching
v as to the renting of the I I
lit drat |"rlto .1 tales ou real Mr. Kunze is engaged in the :I popular man and has a large following than the effusion of the distinguished -
office now occupied by the former.It I I
aid |*r. >u.l property for iwtt.Jir -grocery business at Kendrick and throughout Levy county and in I )Iis urian. Drawersat
Keerns that trouble has been
Martin and will probably engage inI I: western Marion and well posted politicians Today we print still another article
Bert IV" r"turut"t't'h.rday brewing for some lime as to who was T
the same business in this city later. believe that his appointment on the dog.
4 fruia Jst rkonvlll.. af *r taking lu the In possession of the offices occupiedby
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.! will strengthen Governor Jenningsin It is not as eloquent, pathetic and '25 35 and 50c.
Itrol,1/ lor t'rrrral daYI. both gentlemen in the Montezuma ,
-. Kunze join this paper in wishing for 1m aspirations. as. finished a production as those already -
yip. Annie .'.rr1 and little daughtt them a happy wedded life. They -- ---- named but is us genuine andas
Policeman's .
It dually came to a "show-down" A Testimony.J.
yttoej,, ire vifiUug Mr. IVrry's will reside in the Trautham house ou honest.It Good Quality.
X. of
yesterday when Mr. rnbergvr had Patterson night policeman
,bUr, )1,*. It W. McDonald Jack. North Main street. XII.8buala., writes: "Last winter I i i9 taken from the Atlauta Journal
a force: of men to move Mr. Toph's belongings -
U". I Sick-D ; had a bad cold on my lungs and tried and "is concerning of a lost! dog."
IIJO __ from the office to the hidewnlk. Not a Since. t,' LADIES'Heavy l
at least a half dozen advertised cough It is as: follows: ;
Kbuiulko twin* quickly relievedby The latter relented this by was taken :severely hick with
medicines aud had treatment from
...alcaUUU of 1t.IUOU'en and 1"1..). trouble. I tried all sorts of Dear Sir: I as your aid to helprue Under.
bhu ukiog pO tje&iou of the office, physicians without getting any tint I &Iu-he air aud i
:Sic. IWufflcew my dog,
$,.p. Oil, try It ; medicines, none of which relievedme. 8i
toHlaaleUl when Mr. :Steruberger; went in searchof One I ails of benefit. A friend recommendedFoley's air the bas stock dog I ever kuowd vests, Long i t
4ttr day saw an ;your
Honey and Tar and two thirds
legal hU absence the aid has help me powrfull with sheep
who help. During Electric Bitters and determined to Sleeves and
JOwt"I ho beau of a bottle cured me. I consider it aud I v 'I
furniture of Mr. 'lopa had been moved that. After taking a few doses I felt : hog' wants imck. The a.w ,=,' '
i the greatest and lung medicinein Good
cough y
M,..)Iattatruvrl IuJaek.fautut. fowlritlg air his descripthua. He aira rug weight20c.
.hU relieved and
bak into the oflke soon! was entirely "
the world. Postoffice drug store.m
:. f,.r IU IMMI rk, returned home At this juncture Mr. llayuiond B cured and have not seen a sick I I Ii I three colored dog with bushy tale, 25c. 1s i

day since. Neighbors! of min. have, | Why I Should Be a Christian.Mr. : an a sharp nose and one la-sled ere, i
jt.Ur.Uy. Bullock renr hentiu Mr. Steruttrger the other havin bin bit off by a boll 35c. and SOc
Bern cured of rheumatism, neuralgia, Moore gave three reasons last I !
fb. rtt.rnbrrgrr' *TII.h| case to have appeared and after locking up the liver au'i kidney troubles and' ..ueral I pup Ollct His off eye has asMtterac i
night why one should! be a Christian.First .
hit but he has
heats Judge Bullwk )'utt'r. ThN what B. F. Btss I over more sense with
Iew by I office and taking the key, swore out debility. is ,
because of the present results of I
i one eye an mos men kuows.Iort>
till tomor- of Fremont, N. C., writes. Only oK,
daft bare Uu 1..lloc.Ut'\| a warrant 'l1arJiu Mr. Toph withtresptss.
at Tydings & Co). and Anti Mouepoly i Christianity, what it bus done for the over he has bin troor to me than enuyami

few atttfnoetl Mr. Tooh also obtained a drug sorol m world, nation and inhvidu.IeoDotrat I can recollect now, and he bad M. FIS EL.i i 4Real

warrant charging Mr. rtiernbergtr always dun his best at driviu tock
The .ili<<*m.u will htredfftr b@'u.hhftl I the United Mates" with present i
| with making threats against him and Death of Mrs. Wal'ace.Mrs. I an teudiu the! chiMruu to school: and .
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It..ta Uutiru. It U conditions of Turkey-the moral j
Nitb a : ; they cry for him puwful.
\%allaoc, a widow who has for
asking! ;, the courts to put him ender a i
e ertrwl 4 etratrtort' arra'ht"IUtlit of uud.! I M/rne time Utn living on North ; man the sLeptie. owes hw present, Ef you ten ria.l Sim,jus beep him Estate! i

I I".C" civilization to the Christian. Second, tel! I come to town where I thliiK he
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tie my Sanchez street, died lat evening at j
t E I It JUST WHAT YOU NEED. 6:30 p. m. I"| because of the future state, the blessed was stole, for I live quite a peace Real Estate!

)Iw .. "I. lt+cot'l'llh Itf& yrsterdaj away, and yore paper cn do mo-t .
t She has been confined to her bf d for i it [ hope of the Christian sustaininghim anythiuk.an I will bring fat :
pecan tb. to take a busi- you a
lor ,
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver about a year with consumption and iu life and iu death, Iud thirdly I uckin pig if you find Sam, and I Your wants in this line for -
t ... lu tin tirtirgia-Alabama I ilkwar.s I
euur. Tablets.
because of personal gratitude to i have never brak I
i had Men entirely helpless for several my word 10 euuy

('..U.'I(". When you feel dull after eating. months before death came to her !I Christ whose life and sacrifice is: a I man. Respectfully I City 0: County ?ropc"tyf

tutu**'* ha,li'h Count syrup When you have no appetite. relilf.ihe leaves two small boys to I I matter of history ar.ll"not a picture j -JOHN-- --SLAUGHTER. Orange Groves, etc., can

t tats r*ucu mid, bruuchltU and ;I IIsl \Vlmi you have a bad taste in the mourn departure. A large audience was present and j i Iu some of the Swiss valleys the I be supplied. Special attention -
It 25c. *t I
alt kUHlrrd trout.lw, try ; |
mouth. showed marked attention to )lr.1{: inhabitants are all afflicted with
The funeral ervices will be held at :,. goi
I >u I It
Mlte11ruiRiore. I
f. + I IMr.alMr When your liver is' torpid. her residence at 10 o'clock ibis morn- i. Moore's word The offering was ,I:I tre or "thick neck." Instead of regarding given rentaccounts.F. .

t .. II .\. Burford, Mary I II When your bowels are constipated. iUI gaud the interment will b-i at the 1 I: made for the b'udit of Mrs. Wallace, !i i this as a deformity they seem

I i liarfefdVlky Burford and Marwrl \Vhfn you hav.. a headache. oM cemetery fkv. L IJ Warren, I thE> same to be given to those in to tl'ink it a natural feature of physical
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<. lrtr ...rut up to JacksouViii Whcu )ou fed bilious. I charge. :Miss Whitfield the
I ; | I pastor of the Baptist church, of which sang .I development, aud tourists passing! W. DITTO
I of days. They uiil, improve your appetite, "Beautiful :Mr. Moore's sub I I
t )taterday M couple I the deceased was a member, will City. I i through the valleys ale sometimes
cleanse and invigorate your stomach
Mb* foul Ktbieniau returned )"t's.\\ and regulate the I liver and bowels. preach the funeral services. Mr. E. C. ject for tonight U "Wh n ShouM a 1I jeered by the goitrous inhabitants. : Real Estate ai.d Insurance :

tenlay fru'u $...""uu"h. where eb" has Price 2&' pf r box. For sale by all Smith will have charge the funeral. Person Join the Church. I II I because: they are without this ofT-n- I

: druggists and medicine dealers m ---- 1!j sve swelling. Thus a form disease Ocala, Fla.
Wo "lih hrr Utrr, Mrs.. Percy Stepped Against a Hot Stove.A I A Runaway Bicycle. !
may become so that it .._
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"""Iaw. fur nearly r year "p*..UMr Silver Tea. child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson! I II Terminated with an ugly cut on the i'r'I
I. regarded as a naturnl and!
of J. B. Orner Franklin Grove necessary!
The Methodist silver tea at Mrs. w. when getting his usual Saturday leg I I
(1. L Van rVhop. after HWB.I- : Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding condition of life. It i is so, to a lnrje'
I IJ. I J. Ch mher,,' yesterday afternoon w.s uiuht! bath, stepped back against.
and around Ocala to doctors and remedies for extent with
log a frw days in what are called diseases ,
I very plea>'aut. The ladies spent most! red hot stovevhi>!li burned him se four Then Backlen's! Arnica
of I II I years.:
J." jMtrday forthe western pert of woti.eu. E \'ery011111I1 suffers
I of the aftemoou '>u the large veranda verely. The child was in great agouy Halve cured. It's just" as good for 0
the state Mr. Van Bchop will C"IIl more or less from irregularity, ufrera-
owiug to the delightful summer, and the mother could do nothing to burns, scalds, skin eruptions and ti
tAt (\..U several' times a )'''8r.tI piles, i'jc, at Tydiugs & Co. and Auti- tion, debilitating drains, or femile
t wc tht"r.1 r-*. E. L. Carney aud pacify him. Remembering that she! weakness, and this suffering is set :
Monopoly: drug t-tores. n
l For< a sick beatUcbe try fllIuuher- Mrs. R G. Blake: bosbteiIr had a bottle of Chamberlain's, Puiu I common and so universal that many

"h.'. Mumach and Liver Tablets i Why Disturb Mr. Brown women accept it as a condition natural .
Chambers, aud Misses Frances Chambers Balm in the house, she thought she

t-I they will ward oft the attack if taken Rhoda Liddon and Jessie Lou would try it. In less than half an It is really aa! act of cruelty on the and necessary to thfirsex. Butt ra
la time. Fur wile by all druggists is: a condition as unnatural it
as J
hour alter fl mil vintr .it. the child was of the state to continually of
cad I medicine dealers. mi Martin served lemonade and cake to u.tT'o1' o part press I unnecessary. The use of Dr. Pierce'a Inside each pound package
quiet and asleep and in less than two I
i remind C. M. Brown that he is not in
Mr J. l'Artingtou Clue of the visitors. weeks was well. Mrs. Benson is a Favorite Prescription strengthens the
i Pinned to the walls around the the race for gO\ernor. It has long delicate womanly organs and regulate- Lion Coffeewill
M, farmer of the well known resident of Kellt'r'a..
i veranda and in the parlor and hall Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment been conceded that "where ignoranceis the womanly functions, so that wo
( )iee rlek.rctiou, made us a pleasant I man is practically delivered from th
bliss 'tis be wise
were pictures representing books, and especially valuable for burns, folly to as
jrtoU-rday, and furnished some of bruises and For pain and misery which eat up tot be found a FREE c-mc
' etc. the cuts, sprains. he appears to get so genuine
'f rivers mountains ,
of her life-between
I. tb. "wbrre-wlth-all" to keep the sale by all druggists and medicine out of his delusion no years the apes! 1\f 60 different games. All new.
.iq, guessing of which created much enjoyment fifteen and forty five. "Favori'i!

i Bauer waving. amusement. dealers. m rude awakening should be given him Prescription" makes weak womer At Your Grocer's.

t 1\ Ur. lUuiMfelt and children and Some fine Stock. just yet. Let him dream on until strong and sick women well.

: i Disastrous Wrecks. Mr. W. A. Griffith of Valdosta election and if there is "'I
after the any
it )(,.. iUniidrll't mother, Mrs. Hardfe I II - -- ---

: i r, of Lakeland, are in O ala and.r'lol'Iloe Carelessness is responsible for manya Ga. has just arrived in Ocala with I truth in the statement that "misery i -

I H at Mro. $[lurlln's.lr.. railway wreck and the same pauses two carloads of line horses and mules, loves company" he will have plenty I J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

ht are making human wrecks of sutler- which are now on exhibition at to console him then.-Peusacola
P ftamaltll now engaged, iu business
ersfrom throat aud lung troubles. Cioeby & Hall's stables. Mr. Griffith Journal. WHISKEY HOUSE J
Dttuutllou with Mr. Cutler and ,
1 Hut since the advent of Dr. King's is:: well known to all dealers in horseflesh
I9i Ib".111 probably reside iu Ocala. New Discovery for consumption, He Could Hardly Get Up. i iI
in the south, having been in the Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
?heir formerly llml here and their coughs and colds, even the worst
P. H. Duffyof Ashley, 111., writes: -- f
II t business since 1895. The animals he I --- ::
: them be cured, and hopeless resignation
friends will be glad to welcome cases can "This is to certify that I have taken
9 is no longer neressny.lrs.. brought in Wednesday ate as fine a ar O

9 l tact Lois Craig of Dorchester, Ma s., is lot as have ever been offered for sale : two bottles of Foiey's Kidney Cure 9Sr ; M.:. jl

9 9 f Tit following extract from a letter I one of many whose life was saved by here and he says they are nearly all and it has helped me more than any .-... I c : .

9 Vrttirn by (J. M. Harmen, of the i Dr. King's Sew Discovery. This other medicine. I tried many advertised :a !1 II .

9* l I>'P lch, to the proprietors of Ka- : great remedy is guaranteed ior all heavy weights, just suited to saw remedies, but none of them 3-= .::. -.1:-: :. :5 j

iI i [ crows Iteniediett U nelf-explanatory: throat and lung diseases by Tjdings mill work. gave me any relief. My druggist recommended "5% :** a
I j r There U no pill that equals llauion's & Co. and Anti-Monopoly drug stores. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith are stoppingat Foley's Kidney: Cure and .=.. > .a" -= .. .-. j.!

'. KIU;;, they leave the bowels with Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles free.m the Montezuma hotel during their it has cured me. Before commencingits :.oJJ_ x I 2 r.y-- .aaC ":

itch Pleasant healthful feelings no use I was in such a shape that I I t i'I % -- :.! :
in Ocala. oOXM
stay .
tag elect, after perfarmlng their Death of Little Church Croom. could hardly get up when once down. .... I I :0:!. .3r' ,; ;'.

% *wk ho thoroughly. I have tried The many Ocala Mends of Mr. and Doesn't Respect Old Age. Postoffice drug store. m = 1 I ?c. ::. '' :-

; them and know whereof I speak." Mrs. Hardy C. Croom will be pained It's shameful when youth. fails to A Correction. -_ *s-

f. rte. at iWrifti.. Drug Ltore. m show respect for old age, butjust --
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? I to learn that their little 15-montbs-old Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith asks the o V\ M.sc.
of Dr.
the contrary in the case
Amotg thomt'who went up to Jack- son Alonzo Church, died in Savannah o FAMOUS AXIIECSEIt a liTSCll IIKRIi !
'f King's New Life PilK They cut oft : Banner to announce that the :
: ooTllle Wednesday to attend the afternoon. The little fellow I ..
Wadnesday maladies no matter how severe andirrtSpI.'Cti Daughters of the Confederacy will be
.. 1 carnival were the following: Col. had been sick for some time aud ve of old age. Dyspepsia, her Sa'turday afternoon 'I FINE
entertained by ..__ Gin _. ..
Rye or Bourbon at $ +3 My k 00 It --
- i W. X. Camp, D. L. Mark, taken to Savannah for treatment.The jaundice, fever constipation all yield i My$2oo a. __... _.0.00 My 2.00 Nona Carolina Corn at.... ....-12
tItI was instead of this (Friday) afternoon My S0 .. .... "
.............. 2.56 My 2.50" !UTa>ewl"orllu..l.oe
t Hla*Berenice J1arkV.. W. Stripling I interment tock place this to this perfect pill, 25c! at Tydings&Co. announced. :My My 4.00 3,00 __-..__-, 3.00 My 3.00 ". a, .. ? tj*
and Anti-Monopoly drug stores.mAn as formerly My 2.00 Gin atMy ___ __. ..... 1.7$ :My 4.GO' .. IM
& toad little daughter: Cliilord L. An- yesterday at their home in Tallahas- ,-,,,,,, a.0u' My 4.oo New England Rum at. tie
of Ocala Awful Thought. \V. A. Herren, of Finch, Ark., Th Jug anti Keg Trade i Made a Special i Features
I!& :1dUIUD land F. K. Harris, bee. The Banner joins the host; of I

., Mr Veal of Martel I And Mr. Schwab was in bad health writes: "I wish to report that Foiey'sKidney In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost: ot jngt. HaU-fltloo JI", I
rr and Mrs. W. l-:. Ocala friends in extending sympathies Cure has cured a terriblecase gaUon jug Isci -gallon jug,2si3-gallonjng,35C; ; kegs,$1.

I :. M re, and MM.I J, M. Bell of Cotton to the heart-stricken young parents in most of the time. J ust try and think of kidney and bladder trouble est goods I sell and more lull whiskey measure.Atrialorderwiltconvinceyou'thafwearethepeople.and. better whiskey than aay house in Florida.becanie I give |0odk*

lJt&nt, H. L. Barnes, of Daisy, and their bereavement. Mrs. Croom was what would have happened if he had that two doctors had given up." ." Term sreshwiththeorder.Your..anIiOuStotic.eS .

..;.11... J. J. Hill* and sou, of Lake J. F. EDWARDS.
Postoffice drug btore. m
s t 3" Wtlr formerly Miss Sallie Bell, of this city. felt real well.-Exchange.

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From Sunday's Daiy. .......................... I 'day, and by some disastrous aud_ In-

"SOCIETY." : POLITICAL CHIPS | I rjple\Me: turn of the wheel of fortune -r-uUheumatism ,1

s 'rnr of them iu,y {land in
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I } office.-PensieoU Journal.
t This: king a rest day, or rather pur- ,

?. TT. tel":'!: ::! .:li.e1 ..N Is Not a SUin Disease
f ; : 1:1e: I poses to be such; and sauce the t-ea- : FROM THE STATE PRESS. :

oa" i is hardly}) on in Ocala!: mash : ............................ REVIEWING THE FIELD. Most people have aa idea that rhc ntt >m Ii i c"."*,-1..1 l .. a t .r l

: t The entrance of fXimor:; Call damp, chilly air penetrates the muscles ad Joe.'" u.j c*. 'M t* .or x.
ottrOC1CIf" Traders have the time ; Captain Broward will find that he i and pains, or that it is something like a Mia dt.ts*e to *.. .?'.t.. : ..* .,.p ..
;: into the field as a candidate for the :
; to read the definition of tLis much ment or drawn out with plasters; but Rbwnuti sn That $ .i, 'r '
... i is not near as popular in Duval conn- .. "'j .
Ff '} ; United States feuator,.hip makes the caused by Urea, cr Uric Acid, an imtitmif, c*.M1.I( P.ww tk t -. t .....
f -,fett ,... t\but't"i word giveu by the brilliant : ty &s he was before be made his fight. jj des, joint*and nerves. pr iuciBgiifl.a T>.tvin *aJ ui* *a ('fntt'-tlike that for the goveruship .
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\', S.. editor of the Courier-Jourual in lib I j in favorof thedispeUstry bill in the I pails peculiar to this distressing *.*. t ..... t
a three t'OrDt're.1 one. Life-that, al-o Exposure to bad weather or widen tae."t. **
rfoCt-nt Jte'l..re in Pitt;:burg: I of 19011.G"in'iIl> Oun.: '. Aleu a ,.., sje h h.. t
j) legislature twoof the three-,nddtewill ueu- chilling of the body will bastes al at- ,...--r-- 1. a. .... I. I. u_ .:: t
t;.. "If has here this evening i tack of Rheumatism after the blood and !... Mks. tte kBM f
\ ..., ...... anyone come *... i ii J&j
i Irhlize each other's strength, having system are in the right condition for it 1f. to 0b r1 h t ; .

under the iaip-res-ion that he, or I\i Several: of the Florida eanlMates: ', the third < tode\'elop.buthavenotwnltodoJ ,,.th .il.a., .. _,::';.,._..LI". ., .'..... !
trenj .
i sure victory.With '
f i the real true tames of Rheumatism aM d.esislrerrttt !.... -a. i.. r
she would be resale by guy pretended have "hit tb grit" in dead .. .
already I Stockton! and Call fighting each which are intern and not external ....1. ws I"" ytt -...-

MOTTO: THE BANNER. BELIEVING revelation, by any startling j jdissertations earnest, and at the primary next year other, and both claiming the vote Liniment plasters and rubbing: I ..u..r.1.1'rei..,. I ....tr.u..i ;, ?.'..c.I .... 't
diatribes ; will sometimes reduce the iczammo "tr wU. I..!' a w.;t <. ,...., f
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE HAS TO and exhileratiuij I many of them will "hit the wall" I which was formerly controlled by the tion. and swelling and ease the pain for ii ...d..affix, se a ww f
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, rzhalatiou tit.
that curious
touching but fall relrete
real hurd. Pensacola Journal a time to permanently
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES ihe : latter, the result can fa easily and because they do not reach the seat of 1 1M It. JIM .U.Kt H' '. .\iII i

WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, of polite society known is .... W .. u rftck, tt '
certainly predicted. .So, with Brown the trouble. S. S. & cure P.heuuttim u m .F It
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Swagger;: tolUetiiliEca1lin itself ALL CAN ENDORSE THAT. the tOne Acid pos.* u a.titt lt/ 1 .. q,
THJE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE anti Broward contending for supremacy culatioa 61i m.at.i atu! '; iWk..*t ai! a. ...
afraid that
BTTTOM_. --=- I the Smart yet-I am There is! one plank in Frank Clark's among the frame {element, the tern is pursed met ce! .t .r4 tW rhit,. .. e. ,".t !

------ I shall disappoint his, or her, expectations. joints are relieved of aU imtatiiif __lifT .& a ...
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 18'x2.i platform that the farmers can all selection of Ihvi+!lis certain beyond cure of this moat p& .f d d...*.* "'"-1 t f
and In the bt-ginniug,
Anyhow, heartily endorse, namely, the building controversy. The candidacy :oC Governor S. S. S. u a berlaIaM .a.dbtt Iw.h rawa >4
I moat forestall that impression. I as a blood purifier and an invigorating, f'lu..atOIUC tat a. Rtsatr. +ethas N
of good roads by government aid. Jennings making the contest
have no story to tell, no mystery to G.A,
Miami Metropolis.NOT nominally four sided, will really cut r
reveal. Assuredly I am not a crusader _
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Owing to the early closing of the .... but a small figure in :the]!tight. -
as to manners or morals :i"J ;!* :!: ;::;) -Z.An _!llJV'Wlw.! .......
telegraph office in this city the Ocala PRINTING ACCURATELY. Whatever vote be may secure will s
Banner was unable to procure but "Sometbing o.er a year ago a mo tI&wt'ntlible i naturally be drawn) largely, if not
In big printed Punta Gor ia speech, I WE EAT MEATTo
for its
one special telegram Tuesday night. It tragedy, using which is being sent out broadcastover wholly, from the followers of Call 1

was good enough, however, and we miss en scene the very vestibule of the state, Mr. Stockton! omits the and Mockton.jThe mo t that can be IS rh,. M".rtN. t bt.. *. pti ,r

are willing to stop right there. ihe temple o( ikshiou-the sanctum: most disagreeable thing said ou that hoped for dy either one of them will *.... ..... .. -JT m* ...>. ..
of the Four Hundred-!led .
New York City is,. redeemed. The sanctorum in.-Arcadia Sews. be toO confuse the issues, aud thus ,+ : ., "it ..... TL+tA r Itfl "It,ta
me in the Hue of duty as writer s ,
gallant McClellan is elected by toO.OOO. my .... divide the vote, as to make a second lie G'.R .....-...Irsd ,,I d etali

The democracy is again united and for the press to ey" some exceeding: MANY ADMIRE, FEW HATE. primary election necessary: ; and orb : Ivt It t.ia tilttosi.t t !t.. '!yc uc1
plain, and it have: been thought,
McClellan's splendid victory in the may Xo oae has jet t-eeu able to advance an event would do neither; of them I I'" > II It "'j' hi... ar.fa..a

Empire City presigrs a national harsh things about the nouveaux a single instance, within proper ally good -Pt' >.1col.. Presc. yyc 1J.JIMC ....-- wh t Nag'tj
rlcht'+, the idle rich, the God forgetting -
democratic victory nest year. proof, to how that John N. C. block- NO SIN TO KILL AN EDITOR. 1- p b. IeN-twrlf ap+I (,.,t.
world-uefyiug, pleasure ticking
It i is the best news the south has ton is not a cou..i..tent friend of the 4t a ..,. a 11(11. ......, IN'IIII t. afar
rich-who feet themselves: 13 a law
beard in many years.It whole people of the state of Florida.It One of the Tillm n jurors writes a I[ f a ('at r/4N11t0/ 1M' .t..epat. l
unto theinselvts: wuo" submit to uo 1- r
ia fur this that so ti.auy admire him letter to the ip rtat burg (S. ('.1 i 1 ..1..... am pYlt itaab ...
ailpapers .obf
Is a source of pride tilt uews restraints except thus fixed b)' nature s ,/ 1. -V )

In Florida have joined iu and a few hate him ?o bitterly.Tampd .- Journal entering a vigorous protest 4S.4, r It .pas &Ud Nr.... bb.d I 1' W
aud the burgeon's knife, even ,
Herald. against the criticisms the is 2'd '
press tan.
chores in loving tribute to
where they submit to these, who haveno

Henry Lawrence Mitchell. Florida intellectual prospective except that Some time ago.Stockton*.* opened his He makiug upon what the verdict of the jury. I ED WARDS BROS.

Mate!?, an examination we
la proud of his name and record.liruryL.
Mitchell knew what his the longest purr brings down the pepper-box on Tahaferro at Punta believe will be found to I be true, viz: : MalN 'J sintl I ('U) Misrl.tl. U........ ft*.

biggest tides, formic of coaduei except Gordi, and now it is aid that Talia-
}k"o thought of bun, but we cau'l "No man was ever convicted tor i.Ji 'g"" -!!:! i1NxRnrEr' r.., .f li._ n.- ''' .' .,
that iiupelliLg! them to eat, ferro turned the X-rayon Stockton editor."
he tOIJU ki.ow and feel shooting an ,
ww.iug -- --
hfclp -
drink and be for tuiuorruw i it
at St. Augustine. When this war of The letter is written from Lexiagingtou -

tbesvutimeut expre.-sed sf! earnestlyby : may Lie someone tle'a turn ; tt code. the \ awl the tux i is in
-ray tt.IIer-: ou
and is si ae-i I W. I.
:; by finger HUBBARD
tJitelonticelu! &
the of the MAGDUFF
which I told became altogether!
"' am ; full force there is certain to ear something and is as follows:

l'oI.. the rage in Babylon bOWl ceuturiago. doing in circles. It
carnptigu '::sir: I have! read your article in
appointment of Squalor:
will furnish a strong rewind of the Columbia state which was an insultto

.' S Blitch, of Levy county, as: state "They society? H! ".Caliban trace? Pluto's realm.-PensiL-ok Journal. Every Juryman who sits on the HEADQUARTERS FOR

convict iu pt'clOr.'Ic H'+n. R. F.Ilugerii Is Tom Thumb manhood Mutlbethea ...1 Tillu.au case, not only an insult t

; recalls the old! distich: l'5inlian and 'ell be accepted aatvpes The effect of the Jacksonville!: Me- that body of men, bat to the jaJges 0AMERICAN

Politics- is full of trieS: int.-rchangeable as alternating! trokoU! to belittle the candidacy for who was concerned in the ca$>*. FIELD ANDftc HOC FEr CErn

Aud in eurpri* u.l.urlllienl, of human! breeding governor of Hon. D. H. Mays becausehe .
: "
And the thiug tu do {U to find out who -e Kditor "abusm.: your liberty, rr rr Pax

A fellow want, to hitch to.-Time- and beauty Indeed, one would! i is a farmer, will do that gentleman I wish to be polite in tLis matter and: rr r I.I T .; '. -
= : .
Union. think MI reading some of the reports no harm. The Metroi>oiU, like a few show more wisdom than :you did i in 1- ; } : : .
-_ writing the Lexington that I :;',... I i :_ It
up court
The Hict ohee) oauat. connectinglAki that come to us from the inner circle other mipguided individuals iu Florida .. --- .
tried James: II. Tillmau. To make t ,'- I I' t .'
of that ajto'.heo! of Iioredom that : will wake r.. .-
with the Caloouh : up some hrignt morning r ;
Otee.-hobee IrtttrT v 1'J
my ri-f, I refrr you to the I... ,
u-hee river miking au iul'ind: incarnation of nupidity and! aflVcta- uPAt summer to rind tint: the people annals nf History wheujou will f.nl: I ,,I. -1\ \." .r"' f" :, .

waterway from Ki'siminee to the tiou, which takes iis cue from L;ict-- i of ibis Mate are Bali-U..1: that a firm to find! a sin!!;Ie vouvii-uou of any r t-- f ..
r It -. .
Gulf of Mexici>, ami, which his, been ttr ::quire and the Corinthian Clui I 1 er can fill the oIlW! of goveruorequally man fur sh-HKiug an EJitor. The .+-+ .-,. .. -.t,
I .State nud 1-oUU-t-l fofi-aUie -- -
satin .
dammed for some time i> saed, is to iu London-which emulates thedcmiraoiidaine as well a? a la v'er.-Da Solo lied wih, the Verdict, otherwise Was? the- r- ": r .,..-a-.--. ..tIYC.+ -'atlfRegutarSIJle ..

be re-opened ly order of Attorney : of Paris: which I County r ewl.! state could have gone to the appeal Xl Mr' '. ...MW "
.... St.isun.nroin.tlr # .
i; 1 .r..tMade
l Knox. eddies round' the abode! of luxury courts, the Masses have the r
(jen f.\l accepted
The entrance of Call:I, if lie nieke s
und alimony at Newport, and thinks I I verdict as fair hut i-eemiugly the pre.-s of hrce, strong! .n...h raUc l t. \tc ,t\

When it comes to the question of no more of running down an ordinary an active campaign, will put John W4Ull10re blood which can be Amply provides for ex;>.,.:nsroL and e-nits-tioa. !1. p f .. i i i

(otly goods, who is to draw the line pedestrian iu its automobile th'1nyou :Stockton:; out of business. Call is the found by walking iu. the foot print lasting. Never goes wrong;, no matter BOW great atilt .1 '

: -to what wehhould wear, and where idol of extremist, who constituteStockton's of N. G. Gouz.tlrs.; Mr. (;()Ula.lt'Sw Does net mutilate, but does, tmClccuy, Imrm CMHi Itork' to. .. j
and I would think of tru-hmg, and
the Hue should be drawn? Very often strength at present, and :; tu able luau but unfortunately pigs.
away a spider or a fly."sursum he mad a greit mistake
by ab-isiug
the must costliest is the most economi he is a far abler IlIaUlHtpr jwliti-
corda (lift up your hearts: the liberty of his press, the courts EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN fENCE ttUAAANTC
cat.Vhiru is the greater waste- cian and has a cleanerrecord than I'
I least have
at wasted
never many sustained. the defendant by by the manufacturers and bv us. C.111I\i st'e .f Car .', u !4
four $o drtwe per year, or our $10 thoughts; or nursed any serious f.IrsaiNut Stockton. Iu the opinion of the I which all taw abidwg citizens should I it will ai.J {..
such shall save: you inoucy :1'eOr t..h s hI tr\ a flay NAND
dress? If we exercise CbriMiau cattle, nor I do so un 1'ilne:i, should Cali get in the:! game! :! be :3.tioti .I. If I was an Editor and:
til monkey dinners become as popular

judgment in buying; and making we in IVunsTlvania as they stem to be in with his old time rigor and make one acquittal not satisfied and had with the the grit Defendant's to follow II Syracuse Gliiiled+ Plows' Black Hawk aid EetMtj, Mm, h JAPaints

cau Use the best goo :s advertisedFloriJiChrisfun .- Ithodo Island. of his old shirtsleeves! and patched I
my i-eii, I would invite the Oils Glass Dws Sal BMt Etc.Hubbard
1 know that in each of our centers breeches certainly .
Advocate.! raiuritigut, the race wouldbe : I
of imputation anti wealth there is a little Defendant to Entertain me b<.*youd
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, Every cradle: asks "wh nrt" and coterie of silly women and simpering between: him and Senator: Talia- the Georgia lined which would be & MacdufH\ Ocal11' Fla.u .

'whithtr?" ; Johnnies; which would imitate the ferro, with 'Jenningi awl tolilOUtraggIing wore patriotic to wy fellow man the
every grave -
imitators, but they are too shallow and .
to lOit in
and him
sanctum: abuse
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too scattcrfd to make much rt'ar.-Tailipa

Cj. J SH 1 against not merely society these, and who by by society their headway character I mean- Times. .... with my mention pen. In above extending I would this say invitation C.; III G RAe E .

their genius and their Florida never has had to my Bro. Editor in the atFiir not to
Goes the crockery and the waitress will good fortune a senatorwho Successor
to CnU
probably be called clumsy and careless have earned the right to dwell in great has done as much for the people, call it Murder but suicide by the r.-"tf .s.

Her plea of sudden dizziness is not houses without the suspicion of the ostentatious abuse of liberty with the wrong mane Ilrah I 'r 1:1 :

allowed.Vhat dL Plfciring rthtq
right has she to be I
r picture galleries and libraries and people who belittle and belie him f in towards: all Editors will you
? and
dizzy they ask. Lathe
horses and shingles" Brick.
carriages and if
Women whD are they please, every W8}. They abuse )Ir. T'ilia- kindly give this note room in your :
yachts and automobiles, but behind Jlauufat'turt'r ut t
suffering from diseases ferro paper and ask the Columbia: stale to
peculiarly them that great army of tha well band -j for things that happened before copy same am not hunting a contro- Turned Ballusters Caing, XewcU, Colaouu, I H'ltlf a">
feminine are liable well to do that noble Americnncommontlt.r. his political aspirations bad taken
any Window Frames :Manicls t
oI I
to sudden dizziness clean of birth and clear of \'f'rLut wil as-ure: the pr and faintness and scope. He does not allow himself comments made the will Desks and Seats Combined and Table t
grit-those cultivated men and women on same I am \"lJn"Ulll11

it the is only womanly by curing diseases J who live without scandal and travel j bedrawn into controversy with every be answered politely.l receiving Lumber and can till: ordtr for any Cluntlta ate +.>

to which they J without adventure-nut rich indeed L peanut and populistic politician thacomes t --- ---- -- sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly I

are subject that .... but quite able to pay as they go-the Those HOW OLD IS ANN? l
/ along. who vilify and
dizziness and other r w< and expectancy of true manhoodand --- I f

ills can be entirely I womanhood, the very buttress and abuse Florida's junior senator are !

relieved.Dr. bell tower of our tree republic. either after otlice or do not know the Atlanta Journal. Have *YOU seen our i

Pierce's Favorite >> -These constitute what I call society. When Ann was half as old as Maryis "
'1I ry aP+' facts in the case Campaign thunderor BABY OSTK1C M ESft
Prescription .
Radiating from the home, thrice blessed now Mary had a little lamb.) How
makes weak in 'dad' and 'mam' and 'granny: abuse dOES not amount to much,
women strong and t old will Ann be when Mary's little 'J
sick women well ti yea In 'Bill and Joe, Sis and Co./ its and it can be safely said that it id: like
It Influence penetrates the dark and lamb learns to keep out of Wall .
I cures irregular. the the dirty bird that l I.eCou
ity, dries disagree- d", light reaching from the fireside to it nest.- street? i fr

able, weakening **** counting room, from the counting room Lakeland sun. a a a

drains,heals inflammation to the asylum and the hospital and
and ulceration, and cures female somehow finding Its way back again to President' Roosevelt was forty five r ;1

weakness. When these conditions are the roof tree and the hearthstone via The degeneracy of politic Is both I Friday. Whed Ann gets forty five

cured backache, headache, dizziness, the schoolhouse and the house of God remarkable and deplorable. This
etc., are also cured. ; if she doesn't! know better she will
never a thought of the divorce court- generation has lived
I suffered for twelve years with female to see the condition i never be re-elected. V<
trouble writes Mrs. Milton Grimes of Adair not so much as the shadow of a 'noblelord'
Adair Co.. lowwhich brought on other diseases -to disturb Its serenity or to reached when it appears to be a *

times-would,heart be trouble. Bright's diseaseand at frighten its dreams. matter of indifference who runs for
nearly paralyzed. Had neuralgia If Ann should be given: job in the
of stomach. I can freely say your medi- "May that society be forever true In office. Without
ones (nine bottles in all. fire of experience, without j
Favorite Pre- weather bureau she should at least
Its"politics to the lesson of the
cnption,' four of'Golden Medical Discovery' greatest
and two vials of Dr.Pierce' PelleU), hare cured good to the greatest number in Its religion ability, without influence, without be old enough to know better than to !. i
me. I can work with comfort but
now before
I would be tired all the time and hue a dizzy to Christ and him crucified." any sort of equipment andwortiethan make it rain in the middle of Indian a : :
headache and my netm would be all unstrung
ia I could not Now I all-without honesty of
sleep. can sleep and do a purpose
big over day eleven'I work years, something before." I had not done for Hon. A. P. Baskin, one of the most or any regard for moral obligation or summer. art They are very interesting, as also our fiat .t4k If

"Favorite Prescription" makes weakwomen prosperous truckers and all-roun d duty, they spring up from political If Ann were as old as the republican I I Ostrich Feather Plumes [all length t \

substitute strong for sick the women medicine well. Acceptno which farmers in the Anthony neighborhood remoteness and obscurity and ask the national committee, she, too, would Boas ((36 to 90 inches) Tips and exquisite fan., of alt nrJ r. t III 1

works wonders for weak was in Ocala Friday and talked of catalogue is :yours for the astin! >:.
women. suflrages the public. The people] take some steps to fire Perry Heath

Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are interestingly on the political\ situ of Florida have THE FLORID( OSTRICH F0RM j
the most desirable laxative for delicate several notable ex- from the job of secretary while"otes Iqc.

women. I lion ampler this c1a: !8 before them to I I are being chased. JacKsorjYille( fttti



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mnrm"n""r"r"r"r\1r"'r''r''rnr''n''nn''rn''n''n\ ''' '' '' '''' '' '' 111111191111r '' '''' IT IS McCLELLp. I II 1 Off For Jacksonville. -

I "'"-,.. I I The Atlantic Coast Line train I
:0 I carried a large number of people to EVERYBODY r
Sweeps New York by Sixty Thou.
I! Jacksonville Tuesday to enjoy the
.! sand. KNOWS
0 ,
r great carnival attractions. #

:.I,. .,. -:: Atlanta! Ga., Nov. 3, 1003. Among the Ocala people we noticedthe ------.-.---: -- i

Special U the Ocala Banner. following: Conductor Will Sage ,

.1 IN A BOX i Low concedes McClellan'a electionby and mother, Mr. J. W. Sylvester and ''"-4Ij\.. II

sixty i thousand. Mi
-r I AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.The I sun and children, Miss Violet Harris, How all lines of busing anti :

k If you want to write nice lettej you can do it if you have ----- -- Mr. M. Haughton and son, Mala, audMr. prices on real estate have .
blatiouery. You're in box if llliv I1'r the and Band grown.We
nice a you paper, == Re-organized. B. J. Potter.
':-- paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many >t>'U-s. :-:gli Quite a number of people interested planted here the seeds of a 9
: A party from Dunnellon Including
in the reorganization of the old Metropolitan I before this growth began
;Mr. and Mra. Robert Sander. Mr. ,
; POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. -_ band met Friday night for I and Mrs. Kibler, Miss Annie Lindsayand and have well attended 1 them. ,

S that'purpose. a number of others also went up Their roots are now in thy} founda '

Those present were C. E. Taylor, I tion of
::: to the metropolis on the same train. every prosperous firm in

0r._ .' -- G. A. Nigh, R. C. Alworth, Leon the city.t1UNROE.
R ," i' r Fishel, R. D. Mathews, V. L. )[arti- Runaway Wednesday. "
1'. _- not, A. E. Gerig, J. R. Martin, Karl Wednesday morning the delivery j jJ

'E",.. :-: Weihe, F. E. Weihe, P. A. Durand, wagon belonging to Edwards Brothers, J. I

.f gr S. M. Lummus, Sam Pooser, H. (J. of the market was smashed to pieces & CHAA1BL1SS I

Gates,jr., and Walterson Tucker.Mr. in a runaway. The team was back of
t IlllIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIJlUIUIIIIIIIIJIIIIlIUI\ g IIIIIIlIC J. R, Martin was elected president Mr. Rheinauer's bou-e.the man beingin BA KF.RS.
and drum major C. E. Taylor, the house taking orders. Dr. Hood

pissed by iu his automobile at which
,- business manager and Leon Fifbelleader. It
-- the horse bt-curne fri+(hteutd. He ran "a- I

.... ...., H _-
-"" : down the lietween Mr.
-tfIf. J The baud i is reorganized under the madly alley 1

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE name of the Marion Concert Baud. Rheinauer's and Mr. Scott's-, crashed 0ile.'e00i. .....no.. I '

New music will be procured and the up against a telegraph pole, demolish

11t"lple of Ocala will be delighted with ing the wngon. The horse then ran MILLINERY i '

l : LANDS. open air concerts: as f-oon as the neworghiiuition into Mr. Oamsby's gull t'll, breaking AND ART | 'I

I has Miflicient time for through the wire fence. Before he S -- ,- ---- - --- $
could be he havoc with
caught played
I practice. The numbers are all en-

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or thu.i ,.tic and it ;.s hoped that they the garden. The animal was not in- ..1 FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. 2

f lease on royalty communicate with him. will meet withjevery encouragement jured. $

from our oitizpjis. At the Golf Links. I

\ < With the new baud ortrauization Tie Ocala High Golf Club having The Highest in Art and Fine Trade is to" !

the new lihrnry orjranizatiou! and an tendered the uw of their club Louse _

f Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Bloclc. Ocala, Fla. auxilirary cemetery association: audgreat avid attractive giouuas to the ladies <>f I be_on_Display in Great and }Beautiful $ I

i I the Epiniopul, church, silver tea for I I
interest nialiifcbitil nil
", ,-,,;,",,,,' -_=J5gl'tJ r r." ''-''''''_ =< QJm: .. in tit Designs :\o previous eiFort has
them Ojah did well the P".1Ht'k.. the benefit of the c!>urh building : cvcr. 't
A Handsome Boat. fund will be given next Wednesday compared with this greatest and most I !

EBASSIS: EASSIS. Lcal EditcrHRPPEHINGS Mr. William Kuohlockandr d'tuht: afternoon, Nov 11, from 3 to 6. v ---- --'"-'- -.: : : :.y: I.
1m I Ixc The .S. &. 0. k G, train Saturday:

I? MM Nora, of M irtui, were among tKkdowuto HomosaMi a beautiful Some alight innovations will be 0 -perfect_selection--ever viewed in Ocala.MRS .. r

TOWN. i 1 tbe gll..itlS at the Club Howe aturdty. presented which no doubt, will be "
ABOUT napiht launch: "The Silver Spray; ," I .
those who attend. ,
enjoyed by may
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-- -- recently purchased lIy Captain W. L. J (i) -
I Mr. a a.i \1 r.--. 1'. Monroe returned t A cordial invitation i il extended to .
Mr.R.C. Alwortb taking in the j jCirnlval. Livwrj, Hienudueior! ou this branchof

I.I I.atturdty. They have been vKniug the A. C. L. all. i : L T, TOMPKINS :
I in Ciiu-umate, New York and Turnn. Capt. Lowry will retain the launch The Negro in Ocala I

Mr. J. M I. McArthur, of O lmville.h t>i for the pant "IX tV.44. "Filtuche" iu honor of his daughter The colored people of Ocala have l 1\ o. OCflU'S LEADING MILLINER I e

ID the city. much to their credit. The negioes .
and it will be used
by theguebibof
Mr. and -Mrs. J. It Ltwtou and ... .aGC9..8.1. j
here have a progressive spirit. Theyare .... 8..
i the Hotel Rendezvous formerly the
Collies are ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
clul:Iren and Mr. dud :.Ir:!. Guy L'i\v-
nearly bu-ine-sand ----- --' -- '
engaged -
every --- -
jKki->uville fur the Carnival wt'l'k. ton left Saturday for :Maryland: Houghton Cottage, which the captainwill -
.. _.. trade and seem to be doing as
- formerly on ( hristmas+ day,
where they will reside in the luture. open Hutchins Roller
The Oca!* House hid a formal though! guests will be received after I well as any other race could do under Swing -

th* winter. i the eirrum"tliul't'oI.Ve have businessmen
opoingSunday for Master Wiley Uurford gave quite a D.c. 1.

uumbrV .>f his little friends a Hallow Big Price For Pecans. engaged in nearly all branchesof BEATS THEM ALL
r M!Annie Eiwards, who teaches I IJ
and trade and professional men who
tt Fcllow-hip I watin 0 :aa! Saturday. stand well in their calling. Let the \IL
happy party it W:1-1. C., i is a guest of the DeWeese House.Mr. Rolls back and forth four
shiftless careless) idle and prottigtteof
(V'al& I III eipwtiug a bigger winter :: Lege is interested iu the :Marion feet.
Capt. J. li. Martinof Eleetra.came
the race emulate the worthy example
r. tourut travel this winter thou ever and left ft.r Farms industries! and i is! one of the
up to O ltla't.dtMliY which the members of heir Does not make seasickness
wfure.r. Jlicksouvillt''t..tuts.luy night to I: leuling l pecan growers" of the south,
: 1 own race set in Ocala and our county like the old.fashioned
?! and Mrs. H. D. Stokes are now help swell ti-e Marion cuuuty crowd i I having! a very fine ptcan grove eight
F and community will be made belter.
In UniuMvllle visiiing relatives for a lit tb carni\il. years old at his South Carolina home. swing.
-Ociila NewsCarrier.Ocala .
-.--. Home of these nuts Looks well the lawn
few day. --- samples: were on
Be sure to hear "WhyVe Never shown iu Ocala Saturday. They are j is certainly on a substantial or piazza.CCAIA .

Mr. C'. W. That cher is speudiug:this Married," which will b.* given at the remarkably handsome ones, very thin boom; carpenters aud mechanics of .

: iwk 1IIth Mr. Clifton Camp at Dun home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campon shell, very large, running from 32 to I, every description are scarce and high FURNITURE COUY.

I, Delion.Mn. Camp Heights Monday night. The 4S nuts to the pound.Mr. priced. The bound of the saw and .

', .Sarah A. Harris,of l' nasotf- proceeds of the entertainment will be I-ege is selling his entire outputat hammer U heard from morning until -111' n''n'n'n'n'm''n'n'n'n'n''n'nr''n'n'n'mnrm'''' ' ''' ' '''' ''' :

devoted to the Baptist organ fund. Any number of new buildings -
$1.00 night. -
kft, U the guest of the family of Mr. a _
Frank Harris Mr. A. L.-Rowe- -,-of the- late firm of "Why We-Were -Never-Married. and remodeling of old ones are E. K. NELSON: & CO !
on the way to completion and those \
) her J. T. Peacock & Co., Daisy, has gone The above i is the title of an entertaiument .- __ ___ ;
lies =
Florrie Condon is visiting who have been away for the summer ---- '" -- h
Madison, which place he will make ,
to that will be given Monday
slater l Mrs. B. W. McDonald, in and our winter visitors on their return We have
his headquarters for the present.We evening, November 9th, at the home
Jacksonville. will find many changes and
hope, however, before long to again of Mrs. Clarence Camp on Camp 5 Pretty ==
and the
I' everything in better shape ,
}fro and Mrs. A. li. Griffin, of have him a citizen of this county. Heights. The proceeds of the entertainment r y-
.., people in more buoyant spirits.
Anthony, were shopping in Ocala I l The Ocala Foundry and Machine will be given to the pipe -'- ---- I 1- Stylish.
FrWay. fund of the Baptist church. At Our Own Doorstep.We .
I' Works is forced to work night shifts organ p-to-Date
have failed to accountof .
Steven ladies and even any
with its young -
order to keep
at in up Cr
airs. C. Y Miller and ilba Miuna present
men will take part in the play the capture of those Bradford
business. There young
Miller, of Leroy, spent Friday in rapidly increasing MILLINERY
murderers. Abuse of Jim
musical will also be county
Ocalm.3llaa. is a mor l to the above. The concern a program I
r Tillman is out of place so long as a -- -
; rendered. -
recently started systematic -- -
Mattie Williams has returned I ing in good mediums. advertiS-1 Price of tickets for adults is oOc; for single man of that mob is unhung For Rich People,

from a three week's visit to Black. children, 25c. Polk County News. -

'hear Cards have been rt- in For Poor People
Georgia. Death of Mr. McRae. cure a cold one day

announcing the engagement of Mr. C. N. McRae, after two day's Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- :-:- At Low Prices. -:
)Ir. Z. C. Chambliss left Wednesdayfor Miss Bessie Rosenbaum and Mr. lets. All druggists refund the moneyif ait
suflering, died in this city Saturday -
Montgomery, Ala., to attend a big Isaac L. Hofbinder, which was made it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's -- -
f\ morning. Mr. McRae! was fatally in- -
auction sale of tine cows. October 24. The wedding will signature is on each box.-25c

r! public this winter. Mr. Hofbinder jured at the Ocala ManufacturingWorks As we said Mary Mary J. Thompson r E. K. NELSON & CO. .
i r Mr, and Mr*. J. C. Dupree, of Red- occur Thursday by being hit in the .
formerly a merchant of this city ) was after lambs and it turns ovt r -
t dick, were registered at the Monte- was i stomach by a piece of flying timber :E ME3.3A.'t'S'.Ez CA.A, 8..CA.
but is now living in New York city. that she succeeded in sharing a good r
I wmt hotel Wednesday. I from one of the saws. -
many in Florida. As keen scented as -
: The following advertisemcnt is Col. J. H. Livingston yesterday cut Mr. McRae was young man. He editors are as a rule only a few turned (!JlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhllllllllilllJlIIIIIIIII l l l l l !l l l !i !l IIIIII!l IIIIIIr
I bananas from wife and child who --
beautiful bunch of a leaves a one -
; running In one of the Florida papers: Mary's letter down. But the Ocala
r in the second with him when he died. He
his premises were
ated-A wife; must be from Fort Lauder- Banner was too old a sheep to be
If dole and good looking.t ward. Picking banana in Ocala has came to Ocala! a short while ago from caught by Mary.

t uf late years become quite\ a novelty, Eureka and his remains were buriedat OUR FALL STOCK. A large; supply: of Big Boston!
Diiss Margaret Anderson entertain- Capt. Hayman, of Lockloosa, lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United
= I *d m. number of her friends with af. hough some years ago the rai-ingof that place Sunday.Do I brought his son Saturday to consult States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg

f. Holloween party Saturday night. The this delicious fruit was quite an industry You Know What You are Taking. physicians. It seems that the boy Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
here. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be .
take Grove's Tasteless
Children had time. When you in his nose
a most delighful got a chinaberry lodged
II i sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
315 Acres of Fino Land For Salo. Chill Tonic because the formula is and was unable to get it out. Dr. Corn for spring.
-I 1 Mr. J. j. Gerig returned yesterday on bottle showing -
well located. Titles plainly printed every
Well timbered, Powers and Dr. Van Hood extractedthe
t from New York, where he has been Write to J. E. Waters, that it is simply iron and quininein

I t I for several weeks purchasing holiday perfect.Ocala, Fla., or J, A. Waters, Croom, a tasteless form. No cure no berry and now the little fellow The Ocala Seed StoreI" -
t 1093m oOc. T will be all right in a day or two. I
toodg for the Past Office.Drug Store. Fla. I Ift'f
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'It Is rumored that Mr. Edward 1 DOinSS AT BEUEVIEW. --- --
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Holder,of Ocala, one of the wealthiest -xXxxXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXx--.X -aXa- -aXa- -1X1,* J"

Readyto- I pbot-pbatemeu in the state, will Mr. ani Mrs. Willinmsare-,juicingover I I i

: more to Jacksonville and build a the advent into their home ut a icX .
handsome residence.Metropolis.Ve tiT t-".
little daughter born October :3. .HIGHEST: QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO.
Wear.The \ hope that the above.. merely a
Judge Hopkins' family received a II I !"
"rumor" and that )Ir. Holder will -
handsomest line bad scare last Monday when the soot I
not decide to Ieav the good coun ty
I in one of the chimneys i ignited.i i
of Ladies' ready made p.+
; I of Marion. n
Dress Skirts and if i I I Prompt action prevented any dam ee I MARION

The state reform school at yfariiuna aside from shaken nerve
Walking Skirts ever X X 1
is being sevcrly criticised by the Mrs. J.JK Sn ;dd, who ha! tern M" II ill ,
.t shown in Ocala. Pricesare I I
papers of that section. It is asser'ed : riously hi for cotes! time at the boon y ; :

$l.<_).), .. 1. o, *-;.00 up to SS.CO. that it is in no sense a reform school, of :Mrs.: T. C. Hall, in Ocala returned XX KAROWARE
but imply a prison, that white and 1 home :Monday only slightly improved. II ;1 .

black criminals all classes are hud- She was omp-iuied: by her II
clad together eating at the same: i sister )Ire. Burgess, who came on XXIt

table and sleeping in the same: beds i some three weeks ago from South I I COMPANY I ,

SHIRTWAISTS. I lit the allegations are true this is ft
I I bad state of affairs, indeed, and it Mrs. 1'000litcbtll made a short XX

Prices would seem the dUly of the board of visit to Oxford last Meek i IIi i Tr

35c, 5\c.( i5c.t state institution, to make an Immt'-i Mr. T. C. Hall was iu town Friday i I !I It e are Ocala Agents for ;
diate And if find XX
investigation. they and Saturday the guest of J. D. Pope.

up 0i:.t)o. the charges well grounded the tnanaj I j The Rev. E. R. Currier was brought II I s i

i4'd' should be fired instauter and men :in from Mr. Stanley's to the Rev. 11XX T &

H l in charge who will do their I True Whittiei's Thursday afternoon,

-Tampa Time I i where he remains still confined to the

and Judge W. B. Lamar, representa1'live II 'bed but is improviug. 11! None Better on the Market + 1

('k'l: Jackets. ic congress from Florida, is visiting I I I j Mr. Ridge is again shipping strawberry XX ii rf

j Atlanta the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j'! plants I in I large quantities. J

is'!I' Mrs. F. E. Bulkley is suffering with II
I forward Mitchell. Judge Lamar a
xx We are Ocala Agents forLLWOOD"
one of Florida's moat distinguished 'a seriously praiued ankle received in
i i T TH
FISHEL. He ]a fall Friday afternoon.
M. representatives. was attorney

general of the state for fourteen years ': Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith gave "

and on the foraiation of a new con1'greriioual I j.! 'au enjoyable dance Friday evening, FIELD FENCES I

district was elected by l largely attended by parties from

HERE AND THERE large majority. He is oa his way to Levou, Su'umertield and Belleview.: X II X

Washington to take his seat: at the :j j i The monthly meeting of the )la- XX X XII Its Superior Isn't Hade. I

While Lamar i'; 'sonic Lodge was held in the lodge
extra session. Judge :: I
Mr. George W.JiLoo; !?, a prosperous; : I I
his claims Florida as his home, yet com- i i i mows; corner Eirp avenue aud Front xx I
trujker of Lowell lepreseut'-d XX
l as he does from distinguished I i! 'street Saturday night ll r Are for rut
ng e
t.e, lioo in Ocala Friday. i IT i i i
Georgia fiimlie..', Atlanta welcomeshim j j I There is happiue; in the home of

Mr*. Hill Witlums! and baby parsed and ou behalf of Georgia joint I I I Mr.. and :Mrs.: bam Barrett. A daughter 11

tbrou/b Opals Friday on their way in Florida's claim to him,-Atlanta was born. to them on Oct. 29. XX! SASH. DOORS( inn BLrTDS

from North Carolina to their home at fourn
Crystal River.N combination lock boxes have been
------ cau put on "costly apparel" added to the postoilice for the accomm' 1
1 tar Gonlan, (colored) of Flemiuetou i 1 i I Write Us For Prices : f
wiiboutbeiug; !gorgeou-ly apparelled.' .d,tion of the patrons. .
*M the first man tu pay poll tax ; .
: We can be "modestly attired'1 evenn )Ir. (). A. Tremere, of the Belleview ii .
for 1A)3wben( collector ( *rosy ulwurtl XX .
i silk or satiu. It depends ou the TraditJg Company, is in Juck-onville))

the hicks Monday. 'bristianized taste and cruse of tbe I I thi week for the caruival. Also Mr. II .

"(llp'K Honey and Tar fur toughs* nearer/ who knows how to cut the 1.I Mitchell of the tame firm. iiIT The Marion Hardware Company H
: lrieJ and h.'ojh.d.I18r
uilvcl.id reliitl> e, ,
; and combine the shadesis
garment so I II l I Mr. Phillips, of Goedy's mill, ,
and t.ure. IWottice drug fetoreui I
/ to save anyone the trouble of brought tb* remains! of his wife here i
Dr. T*>'lor, wbu U the popularI'livMcua I writing a list of what! she has jn I for interment Suunay afternoon. !1.1! OCALA; FLORIDA.

ttti-l surgeon at the Camp Mrs. Hannah Moore, the English I Mrs. Phillips, who; \ has been ill some x XX x J

ruilU at Crystal Kiver, was visitor author, tells ot a very attractivewomau time, paned quietly away Friday IlL I II f
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xxx -
xxx -
1 t. the city .h'rJ4Y. who u,ed "costly" fabriC alid I uisbt. Jo-:,j i. I Xxxx -xXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx- -xXxxXx- -xXx- -aXaaXa X A

jet who was so tastily dressed that i Ii --
Mrs. 1 ruche Hannah and daughter ,
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one rarely ever remembered what
CLristlue returned Tuesday from Mr. F. I). the .
parkman has cci j
she had ou. That's: the idea, and .fin Ancient FoeTo
jWe Want
M. l'eirn>bur{ awl are with Mrs. tract for cutting the new road from j
may the Lord help us to learn fromhe
Hannah' ..i3tr.: Mr. It. it. Carroll.Folry I health and happiness i3 Scrofula Hei lt\itle to Dijunellou. He foal if j
t Cnri tiau's"Drliucator.-Florida iI i us a;;ly as ever since time immemorial.It !
'* llouemid T..r sway'=' stops Christian! Advocate. I causes: bunches in the neck, disfigures he ever n'r.lsSurs that ro Lj and li ever ]: Every Grower in the State

the rough and heal the: luujr-) H the skin, inflames the mucous oilered auother ro .ll'uttilJg contract J j I To Have Our Books.

fuse substitute P.wtottiee Drug COTTON PUNT. membrane, wastes: the cuscies, weak- he uili know xactly what it means, !i .
More. In ens the bones, reduces the power of work. h'unun..IH.t: IU.I:>: \ r".'wplrIP. tnaun.t alit "IerlMrr.pit
-- !i --'I-'I.Ulun.\'.\\fa:.__." B.II'k..t "1''lallo'""", lerrUratltt. iint.....
Mr. W. I';. Tutou, the young man That long expected and much resistance to disease and the capacityfor Kutdiy eveaiug about dark Mr. ,| r-I.'I.OUII'I'u..\wlannn>:. 1-k1C1.1'-1 ua *... '.an........ ('SIIM
recovery, and dctdops into con. VHMOH and! HVr ."
tl /
whom ektate had been bent to theMattou
needed rain came Tuesday afternoon. Leonard Redding and Miss Myrtle I .
sumption. IJOT.\TOIS: B Nklet on :-4..1' :'...cI. 1'tu/1ng. lFl1w.l ftl Pie
County Hospital, was able to Potato digging cane grinding aud "A bunch appeared: on the left side of Mt-Coi.u were united in the holy I tilizerDurrinp and t.hla'Phi) : "

b* taken to lib home near Authouy to( killing are the order! of the lay.! my neck. It caused great pain was lanced estate of tuatrilllou,)'. While on the I 'I'I\L.tl'l'LI; FEI1'ILIIOf .Ml 1 tD...... to iMur. ....M
and became a running sore. I went into a tir') vcrs.t
Saturday aftermau.Anriog Wedding bells will ring!; in Cotton general decline. I was persuaded to try way to church they halted at the gate I "IDIML 'IU'I'I1.IZInS: ;. Itwk; showiug all .rdi&rrat braaJ. ..
Hood's Sarsaparilla and when I cad taken
Plant before soother full moou.Mr. Bis: bottles my neck was healed and I have of Magistrate. M. Whittou laud I aljst-g, prices, etc
the callers the B.iDnerom
Friday! were Mr. J.at U. Smith, of Frank lljbertson, who tai betu I never MB!. K.had T. SMDER any:: trouble: Troy of Ohio.the kind since." after few words the marriage was I \OH and Stout ltMi-J'r'lurI.hl! 11110"<< .;:ol. .\lUtu' J ....1 i'tth.li.ht'd .

for many years master muchiiii at Hood's solemnized and the parties: went on.
'lrUlhgtrn ant Mr. Otto Hock house, Sarsaparillaend .
I Early Bird phosphate llIine\cll is u"w to church, and but fed' knew of their :I
luirK>. lioth fit the* g-ntlemeu left Pills
their general manager ct Howell & ]'>ell'& marriage uatil after(services. i WILSON a TOOMEf\ } FEFJTIL1ZER COMPHY
autograph ou our I'ub"criptionIIIKk. wrd :you of it, radically and permanently
.. saw mill. as they have rid thousands. :Mr.: and Mrs- Redding Intend
Newcomb Bireoaud wife were the making their future homi here. ,i \CHSO.\V1LLI!. I.OUIDV.. h.,......

)Iu. lidward liilleraiid On, ')dnay guests of D. M. Barcu and wife last j GAIT ERVILlE. UNCLE: JOE. II I __

of Ocala, were registered at the Sunday. --

WilkJ8r Hotel r'uuday.: Mrs. Hilleria Mii-s Ha/uy, the accomplished Again this week 1 will try to send "Why We Were Never Married. More Than aol

the wife of oue of Florida'swtaltuitttt hchool teacher of Morristoii, pent a line or so for the benefit of those of Tickets for the above named entertainment -

h"l'lhat magnate; ?, and Saturday! and Sunday iu Cotton ihfe Banner's readers who have au hich! is to be given at Mr.-= I

l is jiut returning from a delightfulvisit Plant uud attended Sunday school at interest in Gaiterviile. My failure to Clarence Caup' Monday! night, are $ MILLION DOLLARS $

to California. JacksonvilleMtr } !bt.: John's church. represent our little burg last,; week was now ou sale at the Post Office Drug

< prtlisDr. Oue of Cotton Pl n1'd owing to sickness. Store. .
youug (UtUrecei'l Florida Capital
d letter last week from his Wedding bells have been ringing 1'jiceof tickets for adults is 50c; for guar-
awl Mrs. J.: :M.: Jackson and
since last report and the sound of children, 25c. antees this
brother in Ohio
children, of Miami, after spending a and upon opening it pure vegetable "
found it to be a letter his brother had wedding bells always brings happiness
few tiayaiu Ocala with 1'rs. JacK-on's
For Bad
a Cold. remedy to cure
to the hearts of or
some even it
written to his girl. Wonder what the
IllmntllOlr.. and Mrs. J. M.Barcoleft
If you have a bad cold lOU need a
Friday for Brouaou to stay with girl thought when she gt the other brings sorrow to the hearts of othersMr. good reliable: medicine like Chambert money back. .
W. H. Ross returned ,." :
Dr. Jacksou'a ptreuts for several days.Jr. ain's Cough Renedy to loosen and -
one.Will :::.
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Thursday from Lecanto. He was rrlieve it, and to the t
Barco and Tho allay irritation
and lrs. Jackson will then toNew :; 6impson: are
go -
York City for a month taking in the Jacksonville carni.elthis accompanied by his wife.Mr. and intimation of the throat and Cures: : ----- .,, ,
and Mrs. Rou will make Gaiter- lungs.: For sale by all druggists and :
their children at Branson.M week medicine dealers. Catarrhal affection of the r "
Mrs. J. L. Howell returned from her ville their future home. They have m nasal 'passage, bronchial

M ster Henry Marsh, the three year old home iu New Jersey last week, our best wishes for a long and happy Mule For Sale. tubes, longs, kidiifv--,
old on of )Ir. and )IN. A. H. :Marsh: ,, life. bladder aud stomach ;
where she spent the bummer. Jso A good, medium size mule, nine
; of Ocala, created considerable) excite Mrs. H. A. Ross and Miss Inez Ross years old. Has been well treated and also 1? ,
Mr. J. E. is all smiles now. P I
= mtut in Jacksonville: on Tuesday, left Saturday for Jacksonville. They is in good condition. T. T. Munroe, r ;; ,
Mr. Lummus
of Xew
according to the Timee-Uniou. He, Mrs. J. E. Howell and a regular I willpend a few days enjoying the at the bank. dawlt .I !; qtr' rE

in company with his mother, w as winter visitor to Florida, came with pleasant! things to be seen at the car For Sale. !
view ing the parade U the of
corner nival. Nervous
his daughter and will spend his time Thirty five acres rich hammockland Indigestion
By and Main streets. When the Mrs. R. Redding, of Shady, has near Ocala. Twenty acres !
shooting etc.
game, fishing,
tirade had passed the youngster was been spending a short time in Gaiter under fence and ready fur immediate Consumption, or any dU ;
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ml, cultivation. Good for trucking of all ceases of, the mucuou rI{ !
After ,
au unsuccessful
search Baptist Bible Class. ville, the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. membranes. I
kinds Apply at this office. 1014
wu made for him the poliee were The Bible class will meet with Mrs H. McConn. f ,

1 asked to help locate him. He was DeWeeseon Ocklaw aha avenue, this Mr. J. B. Brooks, of Dunnellon, wasa For Rent. tD

found two hours later walkiugleis' evening at i:30. Dr. Hood will lead. Gaiterville visitor Sunday. Twenty acres rich hammock: land, Ii

urtljr) toward his grandparenk is Tbe study will be the lesion for the Mr. H. E. Brass made n flying tripto near town, under good fence, ready I y

home. Ills explanation of his di following Sunday. All cordially in- Ocala Monday for immediate cultivation. Good As a Tonicit i '
onion, cabbage and land.
appearance was that he had started vited. Miss Callie Langley and sister, of potato I II I I
Apply at this office. 1014 give*appetite, builds ,ttithUfACTygtppNlYbs
to the
carnival grounds, but got tired Leroy attended I
at CedarGrove II I the system, baniehes that [
aDd came back. Utilize your spare time Sunday.:: This is your chance to get the best tired FOflCALnANUfACTURiNOTJUI'S I .
I feeling, makes the
Study at t Home of eraungs gnon; a
better educilioa. grade of nice match teams of mule. IYIIICFIA..
Learn more, ..d you Mr. L. Redding, of East Gaiter weak strong and happy.
4 OLElC care__. Ulth the Tablet Home Stud,yes o.s;...seed (Xleave All guaranteed, will be here several
'tTAQ)1ft..R borne oremplomeattolwaaoottecpar.A-trhAtrebnGametrrGnmmu Co ville, made bu
a ineotrip to O ala -
Rbetonc. Lnentjre. Hutory. days. Prices reasonable.
"'cAW--- w... .. I, Pl,>JciI- tn.etc. TtlctcrsiidedtopissfurauutluBJ. 8n.oftutccx. A. old and Gtutrtuteerl '
ar..yiat !, Cuculujtee. AJdtoi.LI.ttUto.rUlU.fU. Saturday. I Griffith. 1)rug Store, by .\ ( ..., ....,Anil 1t'v..I, J



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H THE OLD RELIABLE I Messrs. Daly and Krauskoff Shipping Result of the Times-Union's Contest !

; Fall Vegetables and MakingBig Eighteenth Week. S. A. STANDLEY & CO. t

Money. Middle andV ';;: Florida.-Miss : t

Mr. James Daly and Mr. Julius Mamie Randall of Sampala, first

.Kraiibkofl, proprietors of the "Marie with 11.731Ii"d; : Lulu Uluia Bird, of Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

Farms" located a few miles east of I MonticeLlo, second, with 14.4SS.

Ocala, have begun a new industryand West L'nast-\Ii.s: Sara E, Harris,

I it U paying from the start. of Ocala, first, with 14,665; Miss We carry the most completeline

They are planting fall vegetablesfor Agues lingers, of :tjt.: Petersburg, .
of Harness, Saddles, etc tin
shipping and received uc<-..iint of second, with 14,620

sales, Tuesday for fiat shipment ot Eat C oastIi Lillian Thomas, central Florida, and will give

two hundred crates of beans and one of Jacksonville, first with 80,540; :Miss our patrons the very lowest

hundred crates of cucumbers.The Edith G. Pie, of Jacksonville! second, prices. We are thoroughly I

beam hold tor two dollars and with 68,718.

rr '. ---,-- equipped for fitting out turpentine -
I. fifty cents! per crate: and the cucumbers
Service at the Christian Church.
brought three dollars crate. and lumber teams I
per Mr. Moore at the Christian church gear,
Wednesday about four T
Tuesday night lifted up Christ in a wagons etc. r'+ lt ritw'ta .'-
4* hundred crates and next Saturdaywill : .
beautiful, impressive way, discour-:

make Mill bigger s hif rneuK, ing on the atonement of Christ. He We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summon* .j ,

The farm is nicely i irrigated and ,

." Messrs. Daly and Krall"kotr are exceedingly gave an epitome of animal Muriflue, Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and FarmJWajjona. I
the puadow of the
Great Sacnlioe, .
well pleaded with account North Side Court IIou t>. Ocala Tlu
demonstrating God's: plan, how with-
salts for first shipment.
out thesheddtugof. blood there is no ; '- .,
Absolutely Pure -- --
Mr. Dalj lat eH-ou acted as:: steward I
remission of sins. He told how a
for the O.'aa House but resigned >> .
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE nun \\ouldtearrtiy die fora good man 4
hie pace! for the more lucrative and I The Dorothy Dodd Shoe
jetChntdi"d: for His enemies. Mr*. _
congenial ui'sof the firm. ;
Gardner of Lakeland, sing a beaatilul *
Mr. Krau:.Lotl! is a traveling mall,
solo entitled "Jesus is Near." Mr.
---- --- --- Dr.:-\\'.-H.- Jacksot and has taken up farming as a sideline of added I i! ? Cannot Be Excelled Aqywhere
Powers LeRoy
jw went up Chicago, greatly to 'ri.
USl IL::ASEH SASSIS. Lccil:: Eiitcr i and sees immense poa-iLilttit's in ; ; .
t ville Tues Jay night to spend a Couple the music with hit.line. I : I
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of days with his Mr. and Mr. J'Y iirtiI
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TO f1. Both gentlemen sseem to have been Mr. George L. VanEcliop, of the j :

Stephen! PowersHruve born under a lucky ttar.itesidei firm of LUY'iiJtoa i Van Eehop of j > .Yt; for Grace, Ease, Conjfort and Wear !

Mr.H..II. (lilt-kill, of Mclntosh! I l. Meil'ert, wuo is attending theE making a success of t-hip- Charlotte, X. C., bat formerly of I --. ,

trio in OtfaU tVrtlursday. !! }e'. S at Gainesville, came down piug fall vegetable: an tiuirely! Ocala, was here for a few days. Mr. The l leather IIst'dlll these dines, while! soft and light, i is MS lit NOr s.. tM ,
few heavier n.akts A lady attired in the v, heightf fashion otherwiw .ndtveinngHU
--- ----- Tuesday afteruo. to spend a Van JAIOI) is lOW travelling this I ry : -
Mr. Charier II. Lloy,I was. up from original experiment, they bought a awkward, slum" Mid'shoe do's not look a.. well days wi'hi\p-tientv\ lure"' at thedv.nlleysile: of unuroke section for the Alligiior 1'anta Com Inure mod.stly dl'I:!-,,-d one with .1 pair IIf n-at light: soft and -Impely mhoe.'l'o .
1 UI9Mf'r. few h',ur. Mwidty.Tbe : and j Im tell of all the gInd _. pill making headquartersin !
-- Marion -hipping oranges, grapefruit hOfht"S a few weeks ago and he hn larg' imt-iiM'tim, hence we shall! only say that there i is:! none nvtter. Call tsad 3 3ee '

I'almt-tio Xew .mays that Ben beans, rucuiuberetc.. 'A'ts turned out to be a rt'cnnll'rt"ukH alm Jacksonville. :Mr. Van Et:hop's tliem.

lWJI.r U a "big pl t-e of che. .- ?." have in no way readied our limitali' j-st HJU il. to Lou Dillon.At host of Ocala friends wen*delighted to
Tl1eVI T. Chambers Shoe 1 1Opera
see him a Jacks t i us. Our possibilities: are till great. I ,
Mn.Uh.Atwm hay Kona to I i the Episcopal Church Sunday. J w .
.m'lUt for a fw 1"Jio' Im-iue-i visit. :Mrs. A. ;.. Marsh'wvnt to Ja<:kom-I Sunday the anniversary: ot the c'---i.--i; ruwll has: returned House Block, Ccala Florida.
j jtrt. T" Our Out-of-Town Friend: i I
from in West Florida
) C.l'. MfCirtl, who has been I \"iIItuwb\' to visit her parents, Dr. i founding the I'dU-h was fittingly campaign trip 1 Make our store your htailijuarters, while in HwMiy on bu-stne'8 or |tea+ reTell '
and! if lie had worn a pair of ro'-e-tint- i
and Mif. 1I>. Robinson during the I celebrated at Grace Episcopal: church.:
for the week, i it greatly iui-
past: I r
t'd he could have
'' spectacles not seen 1 I
Carnival The diy was the FUlli val of All

provr4. I frstivities.--- Saints. thing in more gorgeous and lol'auti-I Us YourFurniture

I'usPIUT -10nii, () fine plants; I Travelers on theGrahauaville road ful colors. He entirely 8ui"tiell i !
dULell 1.10 hundred.Col. The rtctor Kev. Henry W. Little, : I f
IS I ItfrJl.IU I
ante her ; per I ,
say tlut: it IS In a much better coudi- with the political, of affairs in
i aspects:
()c.u (iKE : 1I0'SE. j had as the subject o: his morning sermon I '
i i lion than it hats: been fur .some time. that section of the tale. Caesar was
I Troubles!
"The } .1t. and in the evening
XV. A. Itu-t, of Wilabarre! Pa.. I The credit biouss to Mr. Fort. not more elated' whet lie sent that j
his subject was, "The Future.
) iutere,ta
1 hoownrdarge phosphate famous to Home: Veni, vidi,
I :Mr. 11. H. Cleveland is visiting his tkrmoustre moot excellent ones and message
ID this cwuuty it icd. vici. I
I j bather, city marshal, G.W. Cleveland wre greatly enjoyed and appreciated
I And we will prove to you that they are not troubles at all,
Mr. J, K. Kelly 1 a prominent citi- in thus city. Mr. Cleveland is a resident by his congregations.At I )11' T. E. Pritchett, who was in but wanderings( of the imagination. When you ima ino jwt

=t ten of Invrrut, wa douu business of Porto Cortey, Honduras. the conclusion" of the morning I Ocala Monday, Mays that the orange j I have furniture troubles it is a delusion and one that is easily' di.pelletl. *.

? la (K.Monday.! ,-- sermon the sacrament of the Holy groves: in the vicinity of Candler at Come around to our store and let us explain to you how
; Dr. Walter Hood was called beyond, easy it is to furnish your house at a very reasonable cost and

The raUru41' commission will meet i Eden Creek :Saturday to see Mrs. Drew Communion was administered.Mr. the present moment are visions of without much advance capital. \r{ will sell you furniture (if

at TalUhtuwM. the K to djMcu;s beauty, and if the frost king can be you desire it) on the small weekly payment plan at prices IimtT
ill. Mrs. Holly Fritz Baclimann of
Holly who was quite Hamburg,
than other houses will ask for the scash
4 successfully quarantined for one or you same goo
phoi( hat rate died a few hours after the arrival of who has been in the phosphate oilice two more winters, the fortunate I'II To be convinced that the above i is not the ideal dream of a

I the doctor. of jk-hiliUHU & Rene, in this city for theorist call and see what we have to offer and the price we af-k.
Mn. J. M. Terrell of Tampa i is the
{ owners of these groves will be kept
i- is his to I I Yours for Business,
nearly year past: on way
|ueu of her ulster, MM. c. P. Mc- I M is. 0. G. Finch, of Ocala, and her I I busy clipping coupons from government .
New York and on the 12th of this
t (itrlh.lir __ daughter, Mrs. *F. D. :Mason, willI bonds .
I mouth he will sail for his home in
-i', L. lloru, tue i>ru.i'rows tur- I spend carnival week m Jacksonville, Mr. R-u-kmtu does not 1>r. and )Ir.;. \\-'.- V. Newsom--- and

,J t, peatlu Ooh Tuesday.Mn. ol.trrtur| way ehoppiu in theuests; of Mr. Chester Finch, at expect Germany.to return to Ameiica. Children and! :Mrs. Xewsom'l mother J. A. PITTMAN & SON.

I the Victoria.-Metropolis-: Mrs. 6. E. Waterman returned home
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it Albert Ihrdsey, formerly of I Every town and every county in The following country gentlemenwere Friday afternoon. Dr. Xewscni has

thin city, \i. the gut of )Ir. A. L. is making tremendous forward in Ocala Monday: John T. spent most of the summer in Alabama -
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\\'&Uo In Atlanta._ stride SAn examination of the Lewis Moss Bluff; C. C. Priest, while his family and Mrs. ---------- -

Anthony; Clarence Priest, Keudriek: ; Waterman have been at Chester,
Mr. L L. Megg and family, of tax books will show a marvelous TI-IE CLun I-IOUSE
W. V. Seekiuger und James Hudgins, &
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Gauge fprlug, are in Jacksonvillefur growth. -
Fellowship Charles Waterman Stan- C.Mr.
tbe ruvUl.: Miss Agnes Rovers, of :at.:: Peters- and Mr=?. C. A Tjding and I 1I
ton; M. L. Payne and B. r. Quarter-

., -- )lr. J.U\d. lX>Ib, loreman of the bury, one of the leading candidates man, Fairfield and L. M. Graham, family who have been staying Dr. Cuisine First Closs. Rates( Reasonable
for commissioner to the rit. Louis Newsom's house while theirs was
OcJa Daily lUuuer, returned Tues- Conner.Mr. .
fair, passed through Ocala Mondayon being remodelled, are now occupyingtheir
dry froiu Jacksonville. Alexander MeArtau, of Holder,
out. Rates Month.
Refurqis Tqroug Special by
--, her way to Jacksonville.Mr. own home, which ia nearly ;
a prominent member of the turpentine -
Mr. earn Hrl'tl..I ey, who spends hU completed.Rev. I I
and XV. K. lawadskt and two young firm of Clark, Ray: Johnson & 1 II I
lu Ocala, arrived Sunday
bat the Moutezumi. anus, Mr. and :Mrs.: I' C. Davis and I I Company, was a visitor to Ocala S. B. Moore, of Atlanta, pastor -- A '

.. __-- .Mrs". C. F. Tons and sou were among Monday. Mr. MeArtan is from North of the First Christian church in = =: ins. TIIO :. P.aI :::.:S. HOP =1

)ltll..Heury XV. Loug, of )Martel those who went to Jacksonville over I I.Carolina. He has: : been in Florida that city, began a series of meetingsat -

1+ l II 'lit| lid lUll urulv.1t"t"k) with herester the Seaboard Tuesday. three years and i is in love with the the Christian l'hurchon: ay

In Juynu V lilt'. state and thinks it has a big future. night. Mr. Moore will be with Dr. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
Piev. Mr. Reeves:, the Baptist divineof
and Chace during his stay in
Mr*. I';;; and her sister, Miss Spring Park, passed: through the Col. W. S. West, of Valdostaowne !
; LovtlU Ballard, are sending the city Wednesday en route home from of the West mills at Levon, and Mr. !

Urnti l week In Jacksonville. lligb Springs where he filled au ap- Arthur Hardaker, superintendent of Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles Mrs. D.
M. Hick and :Mr. Turner Burke were BOILERS ENGINES
mills bu iifess I
i 1 lOfll&u'. election will give snap pointment Sunday. were transacting "

VijvJf life and enthusiasm to the in the city Monday. These mills are among the Ocala people who left over I i

Messrs. D: A. Clark, Walter Ray, the largest in this section of Florida the Seaboard Monday to spend I Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pump,

I democracy all over the country._ E. Thagard, W. B. Johnson and i Carnival week in Jacksonville.Mr. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Belt ring
and have a large force of
men em
t )lr. Jubu Tailor returned Sand Alexander McArtan, all members of ployed. Pulleys, Bolts, general line of i

I tttt.tuuou .from a few day business the Clark, Ray, Johnson Company S. D. Moody, who has been I MILLHIXI{ ) MINING St'1'I'LIES. ;
W. B. Johnson of Valdosta
Capt. for several
down with malarial fever
iU to tUufurd and Orlando. were in Ocala Monday.Mrs.
-- (i*., president of the Clark, Kay, weeks past, is now convalescing and
Jones, of Cleveland: Ohio, sang IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
Miwtv Ruby a lll..lia Farris went Johnson turpentine company, was will soon be able to be at his post of ,

>to J ek onYllle Monday to bpeud the a bolo at the Baptist church Sunday: among the prominent visitors to our S.
duty with A. Standley week with their brother,. Mr. Ionia niiht. She has an exceedingly good city Monday. Capt. Johnson is ,
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"anuXr. voice aud the congregation wag very largely interested in the naval stores :Mr. B. S. Juarternian, one of Fair ---
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Ueotge ICMY will (rave a much charmed by her song. business:: both in Georgia and Florida.Dr. field's prosperous farmers was in
--- -- -- and remembered this 'i}
Ocala Monday WHITE'S CREAM !
'**dose for hU old home iu Gotland.\ ,'I Hon. R. A. Burford returned Mon- Walter Hood was recently called excellent ,- .li I ;
office with a sack of very WOR :
to Dtl hort while with his rl1tht"r.I' Tenn. It VERMIFUGE !
j. |* a day from Dixon Springs, to Granaiuville on a professional visit __ .
sweet potatoesMr. \ n ttsQoaoLm,. e..tmta.mar.For '
information for the --------------- --- -- --
)11. Violet Harris iy sptuding a will be pleasing and reports seeing one turtle, one alli- -

ill dtv days with Ler brother Mr. Tow readers of this paper to know that he gator, one snake, two gophers, one Clifton Camp, after'! spending i2Y Has Led all Y/orm Remedies. G Y
11 HrrU at MN. A. H. Devlll'{ at llh'tr.Lt. left his sister, Mrs. Bridgewater, very deer, and a number of squirrels and several weeks in Virginia returned to gravedbyJAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.'

; tu Jacksonville. much better. birds. Ocala. Friday. WVWVV VVVVV fV'' / J ''....,'.----WV'.


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Itow Old i is Anal was a great deal more kn.>wu of stnator Miss Fucker's Visit. I Tl.e Farmer and Good Citizenship} -
For year I've wondered night and' Taliaferro than before The governor i A great cr<'<*d assembled in tbe All Bides of a question are beinz':

ray coaelnde-J by relating: bow par Ocala church on the evening of Oct.t di3';u->ed and ilutitr.} l>y the average

Whouncle Bill Patterson; : tieularlysceees-ful Senator Taliaferro ];! 12th to bear tne notes biOl* read:r.I farmers much more s-> than the average Daracamph
I'\,, wondered till my hair is pray '
de. | Miss Emma Tucker she aid iJO" politician
i i bad been in securing 1 I :: was puprx-'t'3
If Johnnie got his gun.
And if a hen and half a hen I I posits for his:: bank: in Tampa, amountj i j I|! by the sweet dozer, Miss Godby. In conversation with one of the Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded.:

A day and a halt a day ing to from ;IUII, ) to ;:3'),{'i), and !I: The theme was, "The Holy Spirit," farmers of this county who honored

i' laid Jte egg and a halt ILn egg! I I that bank: bad bad the use of tbo-e ]1'i: and her impressive, convincing rnanner i oar .-tuw with a friendly call a SUN BURN, CHAFING,

fray ,.tat would six heu3liy ? t I funds, the people's oiouey. All this j i'I I awakened a new life. She contracted few days; ago we found that he could Prickly Heat Insect Bites and Stings. It Cools.

Th.-.. awful j.robleTs vexed my notwithstanding the fact that theE i i,: the work of the Holy spirit in easily rius: p inters on many of tte ,
It Soothes. It Cures.
mind < .lstform on which i S.u!itor Tiliaferro |; the lives of the p-ople fr>m that ofI j,roblerus now up before the country
1 brvuh all the d,>* gone plat; was elected demands the repeal of the j I I I i the world. she made a riLt.onto awaiting settlement. Sad acly In iSc.5)c.& SIM Bottle At a::p4 D aegri

Abd! to* io old ate d3 i I fin law under which tbo-e deposit :.
very : measure the wealth squandered on How' i.. it, ,,'e asked, that you keep FOR SALE BY ANTI-MOfcUPOLY ORUCSTORt
The ,,'or-t one contra on fait.I've were secured._ -PcnsaeoU New,;. ,
figured till I'm neatly blind. -- -- -- sensuous pleasure as compared; with! to well rx. ted? r
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And worked out every plan, Dr. Teigo Fusfcida. I that employed in the spread of the He replied he thought that -

But null no answer do I find A large number of people< attended j gospel, holding the attention ot the was a duty every citizen owed to his I. .I..83 ..S.Gaa9 e .

To this: : "Howold is Ann!'' services at the Baptist,church suncay:: j hearers for over an hour. country and he made it a rule of life e.

How old is A: a? I want to know night to bear the address of Dr. Teigo 'I Asa mark: of appreciation quite a never to form a hasty opinion, nor a :

To tLOoe my awning brain. Fushida, the Cnristian convert of : number of her friends gave her an one sided opinion, on any public i i 1 TIMBER LANDS i
How old is: Awl? Please ease my woe Fukuoko I I
And give me pace again.A outing on Monday, ,going down the question.He .

pUgaeon Ann .nd Mary, too; He gave an interesting story of bb beautiful, blue:} waters of our famous informed us that he !subscribedfor i I. .

The twain I feiiiyhale. con version, which occurred eleven! Silver Spring-chaperoned by Mrs. J. one or two agricultural newspapers .

Uolfe I find out Ann's age I'm due years ago through the missionary P. Hilburn. To add to the pleasureof one republican: newspaper:! one i.. We Are In the Market
TLe bug bottle sure as fate. labors of lIiM McCullough. tbe flret S
the occasion Mr. B. H. Seymour, socialist! newspaper, and several, dem I ,
missionary sent to Japan by tbe To Purchase .
with the assistance of others, repairedto ocratic newspapers, and remarked .
CANDIDATES 0T DeFUNlAK.Brtwn Southern BaptUt A> O:iation. .i
i the springs in the forenoon and that that was the only way to be in a
Dr. Fushid was brought up as a Timber Lands
-- caught a bountiful supply: of fish position to form an intelligent opinIon :
strict BuddisL He lost his mother
.U AppUudtA-Mys Makes which were "fried to a turn" ty i on any vexing problem.Are f *
when he wad two weeks old and her I
Maiden SpMch-Jinnings Empties dying invocation was that her bus-: Rev J. A. Hendry and Tex Martin there many farmers in this I : Grazing Lands I I"I

Pepper Box on Taluferro. The dinner was served on the wharf, county we a-ked who ke-p ao wellposted
land should! place the Buddist idol t I- .
and without doubt it was! never surpassed !
The first tpeakfr was Hon. C. )!. into the hands: her infant babe and Groves
; Orange ,
in Marion county. In tbe He replied that the number would be :
B'own, ubo It aspiring: to become have him worship in her memory 9
afternoon the party enjoyed a most surprising, and we confess that the information i
ulorlda'a chief uwutlnHe epoke aud M be grew to boyhood, he stoned I. S
delightful boat ride, and later returned is !surprising, and it is: a
,turticiilarly the farming acd laboring the mLvTionary church a? Paul Lad I. .
to Ocala and thL kful.- surprise of the ino-t agreeable kind. :
fU*** referring to theui a, stoned Stephen, and young Fu-hid 0 WE HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES. WE HANDLE $
Albert. Graham in Florida Chris The broad, well developed man,
worthy of n-ecial attention. He eonecirntiously believed be was: dring
t Advocate.. whoa judgment and opinions::! are : DIRECT FROM THE OWNERS. J
favcted good bchuole, the railway his duty and something that was :
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worth considering, is the man who
cumnitaioD, primary 3ttrir., and pleasing iu the sight i of Buddha and f Model Farmer i. .
considers alt ublic from
goal l roads. Adverting to hi* opponent hb sainted mother. But, an: incident Hon. Marion L. Pajue brightenedour | questions .

Mr. Davis, ht said it was occurred hat led him to visit sanctum with Ins presence; all points view. : BROBSTON! FENDIG & CO |

Logtrange lht the congr wlau the ruLs-iioDtry church through curiosity Saturday afternoon. He is one Phosphate Exhibit. ,

khould want to quit a well I..yingjob and he finally became: :A metiiber of the most suectssful and scientific The Gainesville cuu day 3 that Hon.M. S Brunswick Georgia. Jacksonville, Flo. $

to take one which paid a little more of tbe Sunday school and in a short farmers in the county and did this E. bishop, of St. Louis, is on aspecial I' ". ,.,'-_._._ .." .. -.* ,. >

thin on" hltU of the salary! attached mission to Florida to ..
while w3 converted.Dr. year what: few farmers have done procure : 5L .

t> the omee be now held. The speaker Fu-hid has been a coiisisteui before, viz: He -oli corn for Si per a phosphate exhibit for the World's I..........................

was well applauded. Fair. He was in Gainesville and interviewed -
follower Christ since hw conversion bushel when the market price was !
Dtnnitle H. May tLalehis maiden the membersof tbe Button -
and though at first he was turned only To cents. Mr. Payne's is a very I

I.ttffh for the governorship. He bad from his father's house, later he became superior article and he has been very Pnosphate Company and will come I .
aoLOunced hU candidacy a few days instrumental in the conversion careful in selecting it for several years to Ocala and interview the Camps i STRAUSS' .

cine- tut thl was his first appearance of his father and all the members of ,J past and now believes be has the best and other phosphate miner -I

on (he platforoi, and he made a loU bt-sidcd To etxuie! a !big pboshate exhibit
bis family to Christianity: a corn for planting that can be procured ROYAL RESERVE 9J
talk. He wait glad of the fact that and will be an ea-y matter.MooreheadPinder.
large numberof fneuds acquaiu.tances. in the state. A traveling man for

the newspapers hid referred to him as a seed house stopped with Mr. Payne e
the former candidate, and felicitatedthe After a three jeiPs' course in the t>y accident and was M pleased with I J

Walton county people for thrjrtuterprirtj Baylor University of Texas, he graduated the corn that he purchased twenty )Alexander Moorehesd and Miss i Four Quarts
| Kate Pinder were married! at the 433,50i
in holding an agricultural and will now tike a tw\ jear-1 bushels at the price above ua'u..). I i Delivered
. had j h"me of the bride :Sunday: night$ at
fair, dince the wealth of the state
course in the Baptist Theolo-al University i
A Jacksonville Wedding. 7 o'clock, Rev.. VV. Ojle officiating. iI
ltfc urr in tOt faroiiuij iudutryThe I
at Louisville, Ky. He wiil -
f gentleman declared in favor of )1r. and Mrs. w.1.. Nel-oc, of Mr. Moorehead is amrvejorand a +ra.
then return to hu native land to enter i
railroad "ion Jacksonville. have i issued invitations: brother of Me rs. Frank and Jim '
the primary : ('c..UJlli :; ,
regularly, upon hw work as a wb-iCJn' ,
litardi appropriations for the iu-ne ary. to the tuarri'*:;a: of their daughter Mof-rehrad. ". Moorehead was STRAUSS' "76" -

and unfortunate, good road, ana Mi-s Alma Virgicu; Xsh'in, tor.! raised >n Ocala and attended the

Mhooa.! At the Christian Church. Oliver Carl Nwl. Toe we )ding; will Ojalahieh; i echoil for j-evml l year r' .
good i c)
__ : ) ,lit
He was a democrat, and has alwas Rev. S. B. Moore, of Atlanta, wa take place at the hove of the brideon This paper "isbe- them a happy s ; "Trje fi est"i

bcu one, woikiugfor the interest! cf greeted by a good audience at the the evening of Wednesday) November married I Ife. : l'r- : r"F'"

the I arty but never thought the party Chritiancburch Monday night. He 11, at six thirty o'clock. ': ;'J

owtd him anything. If elected! he preached a very touching and encouraging 3Iian Nelson i H a -Nter of )Ire. Morgan The i iI ; j TjFULL 'UtIR $600 ,. susa.

would! do anything to bent subserve sermon from the text/'God C. Looney, of this city, and she I T1 DELIVERED fr....'.

the htaLt"i interests. is Love." It was a new sermon from has a number of friends in Ocala :A'ho .1 f
Hoa. N. B. Broward was au inter- _an_ old_n_ tex___ hriru____ '-in-<"r (_imiifartr_ ______ _His___ will be interested in her approachingmarriage. I I TampaBusiness :

*tiag bleaker. He was a firm supporter people. Mr. Moore ha an excellent ;

of the railroad: comnii- iou command of w erdsaud:: is a teacherin ; Buck Stove Contest. I I;, Every bottle of genuine

and! the primary law aa in the latter love. Mr. Doyd, of Chicago; an To the friend" who have to kindly College.

'' lay the only safety of the people, and accomplished artist on the flute, was helped me in the pjt: I wish to I

on thcr other hand, in the railway presentaud helped materially wish I. announce, that I hive, formed a }Jart- j 1 i Pabst

coruuiiM-iou the people could rule the the DJu'iic. Mr. Doj-d will be here utrship with Ethel CrosbjThe reason

great corporations. One of 1m Opponents several evenings. Misd WhitfioJ) I for this step! H the partnership
was even then ridiug on the delighted all with a sweet go>pei solo. which:: from the be;mniu; of the

railroad's good will, and accepting Mr. Moore in his introduction said he i I I. contest has exi-sted between Marsjuerite I BEST Blue Ribbon

privileges of the telegraph cornpaniPb. was glad to see the Christian love and Anderson and Josie Bullock.

Hon. J. X. LKtoekton began his fellowahip of the people: of Ocala, Thanking you one and all for jour
talk 1Iy btatiDg that be was very gladto that he was here to preach Christ and kindness aud soliciting its continuance I, Applications constantly on

tee the people taking such an in- to do good in the city. during the remaining weeks of file ror graduates to fill "
I. bears the trade-mark 1)abst\1: it.vaukee"
terestin the public affair, because A Very Neat Compliment. the content. Ile-i-ectfally, good positions.L .

eoettan interest was s-are to develop MARY W. l'JIILI.Il'S. I I
Besides i our editorial friends manyof I I \ in a red circle. In the
tne only safrguard to American liber i iI I
our {subscribers are constantly: putting Destructive Fire. I I
ties. He viewed the past state i
political of Pabst Beer
us under obligations to them for In the IHitc-hton neighborhood Sunday making
l history, and then called auction L M. HAITON I
the pretty: things they are pleased to night liev. Z. A. Crumpton's _

to his own public record, and say about us. barn and stable caught fire and besides Tampa, Fla.I7' I The barley is right :
particularly to the organization: of the _
One whose! friendship we value very :: burning the buildings a I big lot
railroad commission which bill be
highly ends a letter as follows: of hay, corn, fodder, rice, oats, etc., I The hops are right
claimed to bate introduced while a R F EA / .
"I hope your shadow may never were destroyed.: The origin of the -
member of the legislature. The reduction I
The is
grow less and when future genera fire is unknown.Mr. TRIP TO EUROPE- right
of freight and passenger
tions come and the Sunday "tbcoJteacher Crumpton was in Levy county
charges were accomplishments of the ( l II I The plant is
shall ask the question of his but his wife was at home when the right
commission, and the saving had
class: "Who is the oldest man?" fire occurred. When discovered by '
amounted to thousand of dollars. : [hat'svhy
The scholars wil all reply: "Editor the neighbors it had made too much :
This was the case with the East and I
Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner." headway to be extinguished. 5It Ii i lI
South Florida lines, and the same wj
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should apply to the branches of the Sight for Government Building Se Killed at Bell': Still. r

L. & X. in West Florida for the benefit lected. Saturday night at Bell's turpentine FREE !

the in this section. Tnia still Berlin, altercation !
of people Mr. J. F. Edwards received information near an arose Pabst :
company was attacked in a vigorous from 'aahingtonMonday that between a negro !boy: mged 14, and a If you would like to take eer
a i trip to Europe the
manner, and the actions of its officers middle aged negro named Alfred
his offer of a site for the erection of a World Fair Saratoga,
before the comma ion held Wheeler. The boy his c om New
was up. government building had been accepted "got gun" and York City or Ashe-

The "subsidized press" was given and deeds for the propertywill emptied the entire contents into 0 i 0 vine, without having to put @

much attention especially the Time:: Wheeler's breast, killing him instantly. JI up any of jour own money, ;
be immediately passed.Mr. write the Jacksonville Metropolis F

Union. Edwards' offer embraces the O f 0 for particulars. is wpBd ,

Governor Jennings was a very interesting south half of what is known as the One of the blessings ((1) of the primary

orator. He vent after Sena. Duna Park lot. system is, that bolters and independents .

tor Taliaferro without gloves, and can announce themselves

literally raked that official for his past It will be of interest to the friends as candidates, run for* office within

political inaction. Especially was of Mr. Will Strobhar, formerly of this the democratic ranks and denounce The METROPOLISCARTER For Sale by 4 t

the "matchless record of the Business! city,to learn that he has recently be- democrats who have always been 8f RLSSELLPUBLISHING!

Senator":: talked of, and when his come benedict and is now living in loyal true to their l.tty-Wbite CD STRAUSS & CO.

Excellency finished his remarks there I Montgomery, Ala. Springs! Herald. I JACKSONVILLE. FLA l



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A word with you about our Stock. Did you ever stop to think of the !

: immense quantities in which we buy our Goods? Did you know we have f

a PERMANENT New York office right in the heart of the Wholesale j jI IK

I Dry-Goods District? Do you know that practically all the Fabrics made up 1

in the New England states are handled through New York? 'ITa

hAil These Facts Into ConsiderationPSEffiggaiEiiaEasaEgggEg .1.1II

And ADD to them the fact that all our Shipments are made in LARGE QUANTITIES, andthen. ; ,1
: you will see why it will pay you to buy from us. There is another and IMPORTANT reason !T
why we should have YOUR trade. You can come in here and pick out JUST WHAT YOU < p!

WANT, and we assure you there will be no SUBSTITUTION. fI f

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We have some Very Select Patterns to offer you. You will find this year's stock of Dress Patterns far in advance of last
season's and it is to "Your" advantage to look at them. Our Stock is too large for us to tell you all aboutit
in this issue of the "Banner" but we are "coming at you again." fe
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Zebelines, rT r A TI Cl White Wool Waistings,
: Silk Waistings, Trimmings,
r Crepe de Chine ) j J j Plain and Knob Voiles, : I
Eaolines. Laces. ; 1
There Are Too Many Things to Tell You of Now But we Want to Say This Much to You All, :
"We Will Treat You Right." Do The Same With Us.

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r..nwo.d Cemetery Association. The Deal Public Library. The Reading Club Meeting.

k A dozen ladies met at the armory I i I Some sears ago a number of ladies I The meetings of the reading club To Cure a Cold in One Day Cure Cripia

TLurwJay Oct. 29, and organized'' organized the Ocala Library As-ocia- this fall are unusually! interesting aud Two Dyt. t. .

,. what will be known as the Grteu- : Lion and Mrs. Jobu O. Law, ode of delightful ours: German literature I Ii 1 j Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. /t on every .

wood Avocation the the charter members has been giving, i is being read and it is proving a mo.stfascinating box. 25t
Ceuetry pur- Seven Minion boxes sold in post 12 months. This Signature, :,
)XH eut which will be to beautify aud rent free, two rooms in the Merchant's study

the grounds in good Block for eleven j ears. She feels) that ; Tuesday afternoon nine of the
keep cemetery :
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order. she has contributed her full part anti members of tile club\ were, pieocutai .
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Mrs. II. A. Burford was elected :j wrote a letter to the other charter. the meeting with Mrs. F. A1'cague
'r'e Formula tails the
pre"i'leut of the avtociatlon: ; Mrs. I i members saying that after next and hit! of them. brought with them f story :

I April she would ask the association to curreut events which were discussed
Core:: itvKay, \iee-f>rtsiJeut; Mrs. j

)lcConalh), trplsurt'rlii; !!! Sara j pay a moderate rent for the Libraerooms. after which Miss Ether'eatiters Grove's Chronic Chill Cure

read her paper ou the "Mory of the
Harris secretary.Judge Not a patent medicine: : a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant; Litter taste m4 of
W. S. Bullock and Mr. Geo.McKay In order to provide ways and Holy Grail" which was a most excellent
Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
means for keeping the Library a one. j
stockholders of the Green up
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
Miaul Company met with number of gentlemen met iu the !111'i:!. Teague read several interpretations i
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
the ladies and made them the follow- I Library rooms Saturday afternoon of the poem "Parsifal," i

iugproi><>bitiou, viz: To appropriate I and discussed the matter informally. which were greatly enjoyed. I: It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

f 125 a year towards keeping up the Those present were the following: Next week the club meets with The Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price SOc.

cemetery provided that the ladies ilev. Henry W. Little, Messrs.; Ed. Miss: Weathers aud Miss D>e.

Association! duplicate this amount ward Hiller, R. L. Anderson, L. R. h h
Meeting of the City Council.
the to be tried for six Chazal, D. Woodrow, A. E: Bur-

mouths experiment and if it proved successful to nett, C. S. Cullen, F. E. Harris Dr. the The city regular council bimonthly was held meeting Tuesday of J Jesse French Piano & Origan Co.

continue on this basis. They also A. L. Izlar and Rev. W. C. Lindsay.Mr. .
agreed to have the weeds and grass in Hiller was called to the chair
Minutes of previous meeting reports -
the cemetery cut in the next fewria'lI. and Mr. Woodrow acted as secretary.It .
of officers laud an ordinance
I was discovered that the ladies
Afttr making their proposition
regulating the passing of trains at the I
the gentlemen retired. who organized the Library Associa- -. ._ -
Magnolia street crossing were read
tion did not have the
Committees were appointed to same incorporated
and numerous bills! passed.!: ,
draw-up constitution and by-laws, top and therefore it has no legal Richmond 1 Indiana -
r city attorney flied a written ,
solicit members for association, to existence.
opinion that the city could appropriate
1 r look for a suitable person to attend to It was proposed that the association -
no for
moneys advertising purposes.:
the sexton, etc. be regularly organized under a
cemetery The president of the council was ...
legal charter and that active effortsbe
f t At the High School. instructed to meet with boird of
made to of
secure a membership

Friday afternoon the Literary So at least fifty parsons at a monthly county commissioners and enter into Distributing Depots
some for the burial of '
cieties both the High School and arrangement
assessment of 50 cents or an annual
the indigent dead.
Grammar Departments: met and had membership of $5 if paid in ad \
Electric light plant and other tuat-
a program, consisting of songs, read vance.

ing, recitations and dtbate.. Mr. Anderson agreed to fix up the. ters were di:-cus:.ed. St. Louis, Mo. Nashville, Tenn. Dallas 'I', t

The subject j that the High School necev-ary pupm giving the aviocm-- :

i. disc.used; was: "Resolved! IhiitMarion tion legal existence and Air. Harris It's For You Birmingham, Ala Montgomery, Ala.

County hhoul-i be VotedDry. agreed to publish the articles of in

." Miss Anna Mixou and MMAnnie corporation.The .

[ Kminisor were on the affirmative -_:
matter will be again discussed I -

l and on the negative were Miss and. the organization! perfected when .
1 Janet Weathers and Miss AnnieAtkinson. Mr. Woodrow, the secretary, shall I

t' Both sides did tpleudidlybut call the association together. Representing

11. the judges who were Miss! Aliceilichardson .
Records Destroyed.
t Miss Louise Harris aud
,. t. Judge Richard McConathy received STEIXWAY5PIAXOS- acknowledged standard of the \voria.
Mr. 1ibertVeathers, decided in
f a letter some days ago from the JOSE PIANOS-Matchless in action
tone and
t favor of the negative. construction. Frey style u 1.1 "I :
Comptroller of the Currency at Washington
i In the grammar school the debate piano makers art.
s-king him tosuperinteud the
was: "Resolved, That Woman's
destruction of the records, book: ,
r Mental Capacity is Greater than The Great
papers, etc., of the old Mer fjealttj) Drinks Manufacturers
Man's." Miss Mary Burford, Mis-s
chant's National Bank of thicity
Margurite\ Porter were on the affirmative
aud oa Friday Judge McCouathy STAllR PIANOS-An' art product .
musically and
artistically nneaedkd fi.
and on the negative Heron Todd qualitj t"'a.\, \
had them hauled down to
aud Willie Goodyear. The judges and durability.
I Taylor's mill-seven cart loads in all at! all Soda Fountains
decided" in favor of the affirmative. Dispensed 5c JESSE FKEXCH
-and the last PLANS'OS-Exquisite: case designs. Tone, action and toting
remaining relics of that II iumhti!> -*, ti:,

A Rich Treat in Store For Ocala Play once proud institution were placed i in METTO Syrup i is put up ford very best.

the mill furnaces and cremated mixiug with ice water in the

Goers. soon reduced to ashes. an bummer time and with hot RICHMOND PIANOS-Embodying generous artistic qualities. Honestly const ru.'t .,i m ,.\v

:3Ir.: Allen Holton, who recently appeared What water in the winter time. particular. .
a history those ashes tell. Specially adapted to
in Ocala at the Marion opera -
$100 Bewail JIU'JThe use, either itS a beverage or a
house in the play of"David Garrick," table drink Pianola and Ceciliaii Piano Players
readers of this paper will be taking the placeof :
will pay a return visit and will present tea, eotlee, etc. .
pleased! to learn that there i is at least
on Thanks-giving evening for the Shipped direct from factory to purch ser. Terms cash or eay: pujnttati if dtMlrltI
one areaded disease
that science ha
benefit of the Marion county hospitalthe !
I'ricesfor syrup:M pint, 25c.

play of "PygmalionaLdGalatea"impersonating been able to cure in all its stage and 1 quart, i&,'. 1-2 gallon' $1.35, ......_..h........................... .. h.. .... .. ...... .... .........h..h_ -... 4
all the different that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure 1 gallon, g..W. __ ft!'.

,. characters. is the only posithe cure known to the rirectionsTwo tablespoon

f I Mr. Mutton is an artist! as all who medical fraternity. Catarrh being a used to a glass of water. -

saw him last month in Ocala will constitutional disease, requires a con- Costs less than 2c. a glass.
stitutional treatment. JAMES
I Hall's Catarrh J. WATSON

t testify, and as the ot'ject tor which the Cure is taken internally, acting TROPICALWKUFUTURING' 1 CO. ,

entertainment is to be given is a most directly upou the blood aud mucous
surfaces of the Jacksonville, Florida.
commendable one, we hope that all system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the dis- Hold by Fostofli' Tallahassee Fla.
who can will purchase tickets which Drug Store, AntiMonopoly Ocala }Fla.
ease, and giving the patient strength' Drug Store, C. E. Taylor
will shortly be on sale. The price of by building up the constitution aud nad T. W. Troxler.

the tickets will be only aO cents. Mr. assisting; nature in doing its work. ------- --- -- Representative of Florida

Holloa will be supported by some of The proprietors have w> much faith .":.

in its curative powers, that they oiler ..llh: <",-,,-
our best local musical talent.Don't T -
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Dollars I -
forget the date and the day for any case I Mf HthSI; 1 r.ote9ntonal.
tint it fails to cure. Send for list of .*rav&*
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opera testimonials.! Address, S8B2&CKS' .rr1'; ------- -- McMillan Bros

house! F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. ..- > ril.E.BIGGS
-- -- -- Sold by Druggi u. 75c. I t) ATTOIINEY-AT-LAW.

A Tallahassee Wedding.At Hall's Family Pills are the best.A eeasv
(Office in Block
Gary-Agoew )
--- 'tf' :'. "' p'anlc'ti'If' .v i 'nn OCALA F.ORIDA. Southern Copper Works
noon Wednesday the :iS in St. i New Settler. .. 5' .... nl"IJI"'llIn|, <, 018.n JI'
; 'Y to ii .11:111. I. 'Jr.' .
John's Episcopal church at Tallahassee Mr. C. C. Yates Vmceunes>s, Ind fur i 1''rrv'i Ji:"n-ai', ...'I II D. Fcr.LER.-
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S Judge Robert Spratt Cockrell, oJacksouville f arrived in Ocala Tuesday afternoon, .rJ i'do." .1',.r.'<,1 five IYUsF.-e4 to&u slit; \ :'Lata,??! 't' bringing with (.. 0. M. FTRRV & CO., Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
and Miss him his Jlunroc & .
. 1 Courtney farming implements 'tf Otrolt, H.ch.; i. \er Chambhss Hank Ocala,11a.J

Walker were married. and household !ilrIIi goods, and .. ...,.. .. ..
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This wedding was one of the most will immediately begin work on his I and General Metal Workers.
prominent events in Tallahassee 100-acre truck farm which he
s purchased Office ,
s'i over Tea-pot Grocery OPP. Moutezuma.
society this reason. on a trip to Ocala some weeks Jerry Burnett OCALA. FLA.EDWI .
t Ohl:Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
Judge Coekrell is the junior ago. Mrs. Yates and children .
through the country a specialty. Onhre by mail ,ir
-I'i. of the Florida) supreme Wednesday and will make Merchant
court their
wire will receive
-AT-LA W, prompt attention at either of the _
occupies a prominent position home in the Pike house on Ft. ,
among King OCALA 7-8-y FLORIDA following worksFAYETTEVILLE .

the foremost men of the state. avenue until they can build on their
Tailoring l!. CHASE
The bride isIi daughter of the late farm. Mr. Yates will begin preparations ; J N. C. SAVANNAH 6A.
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: Oov. David S. Walker, and is one of at once for an early crop of DENTIsT
Florida's loveliest' young ladies. tomatoes. He will be followed by Ocala, Florida. JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBIE, AA.. .
1 ( After the wedding trip, Judge and some of his neighbors and perhaps it Finest Imported and CARLOS L. SISTRUMt, r _.

j Mrs Cockiell will make their home will not be long before we shall have Domestic Cloths. ATTORNU.AT'LAW.
I t Room 4. :Masonic Building. Ocala Fla. S 25 J President. (ii'n.W.H\., \ ire }'t.'
ia Tallahasee.Joseph a colony from Vincennes located near i

\ 5'. Thomas, of Fort McCoy,, our city. Fits Cutting Guaranteed.a Specialty ----- The First national BankOF

Mr. and Mis. W. E. Allen
:1 and DR. E. ALLEN MD.
: lost $135 In greenbacks, four |20) bills, ,
daughter, Mrs.
live $10 bills and one $5 bill with a Mamie Noteworthy and Miss Gerjuine Rocky{ ford CantaloupeSeed Eye and Ear SpecialistIn OF \' ILLE.
Thomas, of McIntosh, and Mr.
receipt from W. H. McConii for J3 for Sale.
and Mrs. D. A, Irvine, of Ocala
wrapped around them. Lost in the Orange EveryTHURSDAY The Chartered
Only Bank
road Lake, are taking in the Carnvhl} this Planted and saved at Rocky Ford, I in Alachua County.
from FtMzCoy vb Silver
week in Jacksonville Colorado, under my personal supervision -

Springs; to Ocala on Wednesday p.m., perfect seed and from guaranteed to be MONTEZUMA HOTEL.POLE Capital . . . . . . . . . . . I/MUM. ,I.'
Col. L. P. standard netted ,.. .
3 Miller
Oct. :!.5. A liberal reward will be is enjoying a visit melons. ; :: c ... ,.0: = : Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . :;Klm,'jai( ., .

t paid to finder from his son, who is conuected with Only limited amount on hand.. Does exclusively] a banking business: with facilities equal to are, -ak ia the
\ returning same ti
the United States Geological department Address, state. 8olict8 the accounts of Farmers, MerehnuU, ('. .......
C. H. MATHIS I { YAND1.R Etc. Interest allowed by ::
J g owner 116 wt at special arranjtement. AH I iiii u
I Washingto. 10 30 3m BlaUville, 8. C. forehildr". r' au.e. *. opiate transacted jiromittly.
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IIAVEPHOSPHATE county in the state legislature. NOTiCt.

. I EXHIBIT classification of property foi I

fb' bo.rd I of I'uUic itixtruciiou iuoiuuty taxation purposes.A NOTICE IS W.HEREBY Carney purchaser GIVEN THAT Tax MRS.Cer. Of Application for Tax Deed Under SretKra I ol ;

Marlin Florida classification of cities for the pur tificate No. 2392 dated ihe ist day ot July. A. D. Chapter tSSS. I.aw.of Flort.U. :
Mlii lOt tutt AUchua and Marion Will Furnish IN SEVERAL STATES poses of municipal legislation.MRS. 1901. has filed said certificate in my officer and VOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVE* TH4T FETTB. l'

tbud "ay November 1903 has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance way Horn.at Co purchaser of ttx certificate
Grand Exhibit Fair. with law. Said certificate embracesthe No. 3985 dated the sth day of August A. D.

'I'f"il/u with nil m:1Ifrr5( MOLINEUX following described property situated in 1901 has filed said certificate in my sal
fjejttUr AGAIN TO WED.
: Gainesville Sun. I I Heavy Vote is Polled In the Marion county Florida, to-wit: has made application tor tax deed ot.- ia
Lot 7. E. I. Carney's sub. ol a part ot section according mthlaw. said certificate ewbracIhe If

I'fSSillautrtof Dt. laat uiertiiit Among the prominent visitors to I tftate of New York. Hiving Secured Divoros She Will Be ii The township said land 17. range being 23 assessed at the date of county following Florida described to wit property: situated in Marion

; w re'aHH rt'lo.d G4illt"-svule : United to Wallace Scott. the issuance of such certifi.-ate in the name of _Sulbwe' quarter of quarter a
Saturday was Hou. M. E. Sirs K
Prtnceu Smith. Unless said certificate township t8. .
tad Iwruynt.lt1Jun' BitiispptiiaI 1 i SCM ILLEGAL VOTES CAST. Chicago, No. 4.-A license to marry shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed The sid land bring range assdsed at the commissioner frouLh was taken out in Chicago in the will issue thereon on the 7th day of November, the issuance of such certificate in the name ol.Lnton
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*> World's F. i ir I names of Wallace 1003.Witness Unless said certificate okall bredeemed
1'iaitl & to Florida. I Principal Interest Seemed to Center In D. Scott and Blanchde my official signature and seal this the according to law ta deed will iwue
Coltou IIdUJI.nkwt! I Ches&brough. Their 2uth day of September. I). thereon uu the nth
: Mr. Ituhop, for the ages are given 190-5. day November. A. l>.
emus of
- purpose the Result In New York and Ohio.Vneaiiur (Seal) S. T. SISTKUNK. 1903.
'tb"lrtradt'r"lU&ll&r'tl iucu'li"ed I I in the license as 28 and 29, respectively 10 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Witness mv official signature and teal tbU Ibe -
- COIiIoUIIII.g'i.l! it ih"- DaUoa Phosphate Conditions and 3rd day of October A. .: I
Were the residence
uioulti out of the dirrkt i I Reported of both is ------ 1"93
, pr
. COO Company ill ihenntUtrot u phosphate : Cccd II I given as Sioux Falls, S. Dak. NOTICE .SISTRCNK.
:n Many States.ew 109 Clerk Circuit Court Manna Co.. HU.NOTICE. J
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tIhdi Falls
S. D. Nov. f
exhibit HI the j-rea: tair. Iu speaking: 2.-Wallace -

Ian' .. at.l k>ail* l>y the UiMUsof of :\ York, Xov. 3.-Election day in I D. Scott, who, in Chicago took out a ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of j 1

\\'tlnodll. hohool tbttl ttuirrr1 the matter! tie aid : I this city dawned clear and bright- license to marry Blanch D. Chese- Chapter 4SS8, Laws ot Florida I

i. "I Wit'*! Stout spfcially to Aiaehua and ideal weather lor getting out a heavy brough the former wife of Roland RMolineux. NOTICE IS HEREBY GI'ETfHT T. C.
purchaser Tax Certificates Notice ot for
I Nos. Application fax Deed
be ,inert-abed 5.00 fteCtion -
, & lary j.trinoolli N'':&rii.ln counties by the division of vote-and the early morning pollingwas of Chicago, is a member of 2131. 2146. 2361. dated the 3rd day of Oct. 1898, 8 Chapter 4$*, Laws l'1 1_
and dated July :x, 1594 has filed said certi. o For !
1203 ,
out of the district fluid. the itiiuea and Capociajly heavy, not only in the the local law firm of Kittredge Winans ficates in my office and has made applicationfor JVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIlt w. B. '
metallurgy of the fair (
or Democratic strongholds down town & Scott the senior member of whichis tax deed to issue in accordance with law. il Aycock. purchaser of tax certificate* Nj J
wtu* WI' Krauttd.Opulet the said certificate embrace the lollowing described <5i< 277. V. 355. dated the second day of
purpose of arranging for this exhibit but in the uptown precincts, whtre United States Senator A. B. K3t- property situated in Marion county November 39 189*. and cei/'I. No*.

...,'b. IoChool11>1 grouted the tredge. Mr. Scott is Florida twit 489. 492. 497. dated Oobr 3.
which will be exclusively Fusianists: are strong. Intense serving his second ll.\od crtll.
I South half ol southwest quarter. section 23, I. cates 44 i. 443. 506. date August .
lPl btfiuu Iu make crrtaiu repairs, 'phosphate' a:d its various stage It districts long before the polls were term as state's attorney of this nottli west quarter of northwest quarter. except I said certificates in my and ha h 6tt 4
plication tor tax deed
five acres in southwest corner and northeast to issue accordancewith
county. Ht left Sioux I
opened at 6 o'clock waiting voters Falls Saturday
$uI to b. |1..ld from uintrict funds.fccliool 1 is a conceded fact that the deposits of for quarter ol northwest quarter of section 25 law. Said certificates embract* e follow
stood in line. Chicago, where he is supposed tc township 16. range 21. and lot 3. block 4 Dan ing described property slualed Marion couaty -

::;:'n. ).IniUVtIli I Miu gruuie-t this rock iu Alauhua and Marion Mayor Low voted early going to the have met the former Mrs. Molineux bur The*. section said land 19.being township assessed 16. range at the 23 date". of the quarUr. Florida section to-wit 32. township: Sulh i j.halfo.oigbwest range xi. toutb-

'*window lights *ud stove Ilipinl.JtIDdrkk counties I in the till St. iu the world budtujO's" voting place in Park avenue near Six who left New York on the same issuance of such certificates in the names of east quarter of southeast quarter math half of
ty-fourth street. day that Mr. Scott left this city. Th Adam blyke. Harriet Myers. P. N. Ramsdell northeast quarter northeast qn"rte of southwest
chuol was gT&uted! Ht.iVe and Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be quarter and northeast quarter ,
puia-iou IUI the standard of The election was very peaceful law firm of which Mr. Scott Is A member redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue quarter section i north half of 0.tl..
Hay l'utld Khool thereon the of Nov. A. ter and west three fourth of nouh half of
on 17th d.y
wait D.I9"3.
. 34 pIploK- I
represented Mrs.
| excellence the world during the Molineux in her
over. early hours and every precaution Witness myofhcial signature and seal this the northwest quarter section 12, all in towoihtp
pLed tovr, pipiujt aud lock for 1 recent divorce litigation! in this state. iSta day ot Oct. A D. 19'>3- range it.northwest quarter of southwest IJ
t "Altchutt county liot-s not only lead was taken to keep It so during S. T. SISTRUNK. ter ana fast hall of southwest quarter ect.o

'. Louise.Ii the day policemen being stationedat 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court and west halt of southeast quarter 6.
leboul ala ;
In photphe, out rauk.s among the Will Commute His Sentence. and west ball of northeast quarter
every palling: place and heavy forces of northeast quarter section 8, all o Itb
: va ordered that to save the Denver Nov. 4.-It is stated on good township :
counties iu the btlite in horticulture in reserve at all the station houses. NOTICE. 13 range 22Thesaidland- s
FllftraUOD authority that the courtmartlal which being assessed *t the dated
of lM'bool l at Sautiw aud
!Jgril'uhurcau" IUslluf eturilJg. During the night 20 men suspectedof found Brigadier General John Chase the issuance of such "rilcalc in Ib names

t.Ocoe tbat the Lard would pay It is to be li"ifil that being thieves were arrested and T. Whom it May Concern: of I.J.Martha Brokaw. Jno Jack.n e Dunn :
| progrtsive people guilty of disobedience of orders fixed est. 1\'an" John Eabikra ant
they will be held at police headquarters yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE said
parties l-nles certificate thail
jGprraverge pupil |her month to of the couuiy\ will get together audI 48 hours as a precaution. his sentence at dishonorable discharge ll Flonda Central & Peninsular Railroad be redeemed according to law tax deed will b !
from the Colorado National Company has filed in this office a list of lands issued thereon on nth day ol November.
ba" cblldreu couvrjed to other I range fur au uhiLit'hieh ill! Reports from the state indicated that situated in the township described below and 0.1903. A
I guard, but that Governor Peabody will has applied for a patent for said lands that the \\iluess official :.
would bo heavy the early ; my signature and seal tht*
I tchOolt, lUll ibe Miperinteudeot iu- :; ,.ron' a cr I I morning vote in all cases being large. copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has S T. &ISTRUXK.
.U1t'ttd to tu"ke njehTb arrliug..lUt'ut"1 of greatalue.. A meetiuij of ihs reprebetiUtive weather reported. but I been posted ia a convenient place in this office 10 Clerk Circuit Court 1tA .
No stormy was 9 C l.
Best Remedy For Croup. for the inspection of all nersons interested
board adjnurued' Monday uudttttTurwUy bus-int:; tuenot the state In several sections heavy clouds gathered a..A M n._ "..\"..'.. wa ...allu'
(From the Atchison, Kan., Daily Globe ) 1-\\ hi 'teM next sixty days following the date
morning at 9 o'clock.Tut :. will be held in the Board of Tiade and gave warning of possible Ihm is the beasou when the woman of this notIce. protests or contests against the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rain later: in the day. Some districts claim of the company to any tract or subdivision .
; return for the elections held at rooms ill Jacksonville on Wednesday, In who Knows the best remedies for within any section or part of section S
third of the vote cast ;
reported a described in the list on the ground that the
.' Otk Hill ou October 17th aud at Nov. 4, at 10 o'clcvk iu the morniug. the first three hours.At croup I is in demand iu every neigh- same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural Department of the Interior, Laotl Office a
will be received and noted Gainesville, Fla.,October 26, i j.yOTICE .
lorhood. One of the most terrible purposes
OT DJC' Like Xov. 2ud for the pur ; Indication jx>iat to the prospect of a Troy. a shooting affray occurred. for report to the General Land Office at Wasn- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TiE
Philip J. Reilly being shot by a special things iu the world is to be awakened ingtou, D. C 1> following named settler hat filed .
: JIO'I' of crratiug iprcial: tax school | large Rathering of Florid*': representative in the mldiUtt ot the W. G. ROBINSON. Register. her intention to make final proof in support oCher
deputy sheriff during an attempt night by a whoop HENRY s. CHUBB. Receiver. caim. and that SM>! proof will be made

Ottict*, Wfr" ciirived aud the citizens. Every section of to keep Reilly the prescribed distance! from one of the children. The croup Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands, Circuit Court I Ocala, Ila.. on a ij

lotlDf results declared : rUI.\1\ the State will be represented, and it is : away from the polls. The bullet entered remedies are almost as sure to he lost Gainesville Land District.Florida. viz: Dora Daniels DtfttiJu-r of Kemlrick.5J*. tyoj. Ma homestead

Reilly's! side. but his conditionis in of revolver is South. East
fit the case croup a sure 27063. formerly Dura stevion. lor the
nat a majority vote cani at this some
to be hoped that at meeting
not considered dangerous. Township Range. north half of southwest quarter section
to be lost iu case of buiglars. There J

l Oak 11111 bln< iu favor of a rpecialtfuirlct definite plan may be mde looking Arrests for alleged illegal voting be- used to be an old-fashioned remedyfor p.t NEtf and 15 P't S#. -Section 19. 2J 9 IS 9t township She names 14 souttt.the f'llow'ajjc tang tl rsst.witnesses to prove

I it ,... known hive and
croup, as syrup of said land. vii: Sm- Perry Edwards.
t. arrests in Manhattan and two in Long
I;. K. Mlxoii H. W. Nelllrs and B. F. Is important tlut the people of(Jaibea- Islland City being reported during the tohu, but some modern mothers say NOTICE. Jim Flonda.Stevuion all of Kendnck -

Boufhllloo dwlarvd elf'ted trustee. I|I i vill and Alachua county send to this first hour. At the police courts the that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Application lor Tax Deed Under Section So'of 10-30 W. C. JOBI:: ". Kegitter. j

of better and does not cost so much. It
aaJ a two mill levyideclared.Thai meeting competent persons to represent ordinary cases were disposed early Chapter 4888' Laws of Florida. NOTICE
I I and the courts were held open for causes the patient "U throw up the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E.

Oraugv Like I U hereby created I i their interests, when I feel sure prompt action on election cases ,attorneys pHejjrn" quicker and gives relief in a NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. '
2497 dated the 4th day November. A. D. 1805.! Notice of Application f0 Tax Deed Vader Sec.
iporial' uSlICl1uul district, accordingUctrula I i that the county will fall iuto line representing the fusionists and shorter time. Give this remedy as and certificate 1783. dated August 6th. A. D. tion S, Chapter 4SS3 Law of Fknda.VOTICE .

boundaries described llu the I Il I when the time comes to send iu ex- Democrats being present in each court. soon as the croupy cough appears andit has ioobas,made filed application said certificates for tax in my deed office to issuein and IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT c I
ll Nair & Wade Land purchaser of La
a4hrUtelu\'ut fith'cHuu. aud D. H. j i of the AWt'rlcanI State Superintendent of Elections! will prevent the! attack. It never accordance with law certificate NO.2J.dated Co.the ist day Jr.*
Said certificate o
l iI hiliita. The products Morgan denied the report that he had embraces the following de A D. 1901, said certificate ia olbce
I I fails and is pleasant and .ife to take. scribed property situated it. Marion county
Barry, I. Mizell* Mud C. S. Cork ;' aud Chemical Company of your evidence of illegal registration against Florida to-wit: and accordance made application with law. Said fur tax cerUtiotc deed U embrace urae !.
For sale by all druggists and medicine
North half of southwest quarter and south
tltcUrd triwtee Iud a three mill levy I' city would alone make an iutertstiu 8,000 men. dealers. rn east quarter ot southwest quarter Section 36 the Marion following described Florida, towitNorthca't property' utiutcd ia ,
l I He said, though, that be had clear and west half of southwest quarter of Section county southwest section
dtcUrtd. Every vote ta.'Iug cast for display, from what I have observed of 1,500 while 50t 25. all in Township 16, Range 24. township quarter ioThe quarter
against only 17 range
cases Coasting Steamer Wrecked. The said land being assessed at the date ot
said land being at the date of the
Utt atov rrult. !I the others were under suspicion. Lisbon, Xov. 5.-The German steamer the issuance ol such certificates in the name of issuance of such a.s name of fn- J
samhan' I tnknown, F. Q. Brown, Trustee, L. A. Griggs
A prtitiuu iljjued by one fourth uf "I in my (lrti ial capacity: William! S. Devery was one of the Guisberg wrecked near here yestei aud J. S. ilartiu known l'nle! : said to law certificate tax deed.haU will b HMUC* redeemed

first to vote in his district, being inline Unless saiJ certificaiess hall be redeemed according acraiD
day: in a fog is not a German m. thereon ou ajd day ol Nov. lyrj.
thy ju\lilVl voifM who p.ty IHXOU vL-ited nearly ery county in the to law. tax deed will issue thereon OH Witness official signature 1. IBM the
before the polls opened. steamer of that name, >but a sinai' the;iist day ot October, A. D. 1903. October my A. D
17th day 1
: real aud .. r"ul1l l |rottrty nf the) ;I state and ant gratified to fiud that George: B. McClelland waited until coasting steamer. There were no lives Witness my official signature. and seal thisthe2lstdayofseptember.A. S.T.03.SSTlUNE.

t MOM lUutf M-hool district UH i/rei-eu- I I I jthe people nS a rule are )ieartily iu rather later in the morning before vot lost 925 S. T.D.igo3.SISTRUNK. 10 23 Clerk Circuit Court .t. .15. ,

ing. Most of those arrested early I Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, Florida.
trl ,', the b uni a,kitu hat au elec- i iI i favor of a !State i-xhibit at the Fair. their NOTICE.
wore quickly discharged, arrests

I Uoa lecallexl llu| iid d it trie t for creating ,'I The Hoards of Couuty Cowmb -iou n beir. explained: as due to misunderitandlnss NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. NOTICE _ 4

the idea iu instances and mistakes. Senator of Application for Tax Under section l.l
I a >|ivi-UI UK wliool district.li aUo favor hut some Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under See e
r John C. Fitzgerald. Timothy 1... Sulli Chapter 4& S. Law of J1.NOTCE
: ... ordered til tt riectiou be t feel a little backward iu the \\TOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVKrf "HAT UN- tion 8.Chapter 4 88.Laws of Florida.
van's successor at Albany, was arrested / 1> der and by virtue of a final decree of for- VOTICE IS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT HALL C -
purchaser TaxCcr.'iacaUc NatM -
t b"Vi at the .Mi .. liiutl ;ciiool: bouseoaft4turd matter of making appropriation, ow- in the polling place of the firs! closure fl. !903.by entered the: Hon.ou the W nth S.day Bullock of October:judge, A.othe 1\ & Pope purchasers of Tax Certificate No. Howel. day of April. A. D ifcu. "..
1218 dated the second of
A day July 1994. in ollkand
t .y, Uweiuit-r 5tb, 1003, for ing to the failure of the legislature: at district on complaint of a Republican circuit court for the filth/ judicial circuit oflonda. and 951 1219 and 2112 dated August 7. 1899. slid, certificate for tax deed my to issue in ac.da.t ap
watcher, charging him with disorderly kitting 10 chancery for Marion county.In No. 1(141, dated the ist day of July law. Said certificate
the J>urj ..e of dealing a *.eLI laxtwaotiidutrlftaud its last t-e,; ion to provide for same. wherein a certain cause then pending in said court, A.) D. 1')01. has filed said certificate tn my described property situated i embuce IB )1.1 tit li.C wlty.
conduct The watcher alleged th HaUie O.Alien and Geo K. Allen her office, and has made application for tax deedto Florida. to-wit:

t" elct three trustee 1 he surest and most effective WHJ- Fitzgerald followed a voter into a husband.. and and Marie Ella Louise O. Browne Goldbe, were k. complainants Alfred C.- issue in accordance with law. Said certificates Northwest quarter of northwest quarter, *ec*
embrace the described
-. am) tu It the rate: <>f lullUge to to proceed in the matter of securing H booth and tried to talk with him and James joldbeck.[ \V. Morgan her husband.as heirs Adelaide at law ol V William Morgan.II. situated in Marion following county. Honda, to-rm properly: tion The 3,said township laud being 14. range aeued jj. at the date o the

refused to stop when ordered to by the deceased South half pi southeast quarter except 140 issuance of such certificate in the natae ol ln.
1M al't'Nlt'd aud collected. state exhibit and in fact the only Morgan were defendants. the under- yards: square in southwest corner section art derson Harvey. l.ll.] said certificate eha
will b
who sigued special .rna ter chancery on
electionlerk. Fitzgerald denied
southwest of
township 14 range 21, quarter redeemed hccordingtu! law.lax deed will U
I Mr J. A. irtuiha.u t>i>orttd that way now, i is the co-operation of the I the ch:>rpe, was paroled until tomor J1uHJaU Ue 71/ uf Ztremlier: 1903 southwest quarter of section 22, northwest thereon on the loth oajrot :ov. A u iu j e
I.I.f Between 11:00 a. m. and 2:00 p. m. offer and expose quarter of northwest quarter of section 24- Witness my odicUl t1 the
f US *.. th. m'...t tlut he could! get people of Florida in raWng: money by row. In a number of assembly districts for sale and will then and there sell tu the west half of southeast quarter and north half Uth dky ot Oct A. 1 SIDall..1.
in Manhattan from Thirty to fifty highest and bee bidder for cash in hand iu of northwest quarter except 5 acres in soulh- liJS T. SlaTKUNK.
t f f fjftb. old Hru M'l Ii M-lnml house. It I popultr "ubi.Ti[>iiou. 'A prominent front of the court house door in Ocala Marion wet corner ot northeast quarter of northwest 10 16 Clerk Station Co.. ila.NOTICE .
per cent of the total registrationwas county. Florida all the right title interest and quarter ot section 2S township 16 range n -- -_.-- .- .
..uorUtmi ll..t tb. hllu..e lie bOld geutleujuu told me this morning that votad In the first three hours. late of the said def.m beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck her husband, the issuance of such certificate in the name of OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
\\.Ctultll.e of the two hundred was estimated that half the vote ol W. I. Beckett. L. B. Hart. Chas. Williams.
(uT tb.'IHtilt'i Ookluwuliu Lumber he one :\telaidelorlZ3ll: and James W. :Morgan as SETTLEMENT FINAL DISCHARGE,
the Bronx was cast in this period. hells at law of Wm. 11 Morgan, deceased of Florida Insurance Co and Unknown
'oIl'.Ul. to subscribe $:!->0. believe that oneethis in and to the following described land situate. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according -
t. big vote is being polleJ" in Richmond lYing and being in the said county and state to law. tax deed will issue thereon on
examiurd audipjtoved is iu.u: uratel and Oie1i4 10-\\At: the 7th day ot December. A. D igoi.Witnes'"myomciRi .
11'\.urd'. report borough wfach comprises all of Staten IS UERE&GVEN THAT ThE
and seal this the
: signature NOTICE
of the
1 Commencing at a paint 6 39 chains east last wlB
a. rono'! *her, A. D. 1903. SISTRUNK. testaineutofJOllS nclo A. COLE deceased .
S. T. w
the southwest quarter of section 15 townshipIs.
the total registered vote had been
la1u. ,i- -n, U.t report-....._ .-$ >49 31 matter to raise 30,000; which would ca' south, range a. east thence running north Ci 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Hit tWi
fti Iu.ako.. During the morning arrests averagIng 15.05 chains.thence east 6.39 chains thence south -_ .-- ----- make final settlement of hi*account and Mjpfef 1
170 93
i A C Croat
; in be nuflideut to arrange for Florida a :20! an hour for alleged illegal voting 15.65ctiins.! thence west 6.39 chains to the point NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OFCRtDITORS for final discharge. Such final settlementapplication .
: Iccae4i'I' m K: I.. canNy, Iey otbub of beginning containing: by estimation ten to be made t toe

: IfJl. ...__...__ _.... 922I uagnificient eihibit.: were reported. Of these about acres more or less. Marion county at Ocala. catJ JI o
*.*.-.1 I 11i..ln! p.As! ollfU----... 500z native of Mb tH'ri. one in ten were held for examinationthe Also beginning::t the northeast corner of the SaS6ra J. M. LIDD.D.
Mr. KL hop is! a : Alvarez grant in township 15. south range 22, A.
magistrate discharging the others east and running theuce !south with a magnetic In the District Court of the United States lor the

141 ....\>Io ...._...._.. hSl946 but fourteen years he wa' prnrnineuty Seth Sprague Terry, chairman o: variation ol 3 degrees, 9 miuutrs. east Southern District of Florida-Ia Bankruptcy.
chains thence with In the Matter ol Selwyn E Rowe.
23 69 west a magnetic vnation Bankrupt. NOTICE.In .
'lot. liuuif the MMtOL,__ *2312 91 with Florida. He was Citizens' of .
identified the unon committee on 2 degrees !5 minutes north S 45 chains In Bankruptcy.mo

watchers said today: thence north 23 6a chains thence cast M5chains THE CREDITORS OF SEI.WYS: E.
"Iar ._ for several years paymaster: of the to the point of beginning containing 20 acres >
,0 (reality ...?_?? t 5l 53 Rowe. of Imnnellon. in the county of Marion Filth
the bl CaWut
Circuit Court Jwtfcatf
t "There is much less trouble over of land more or less. and district aforesaid a bankrupt. th
It4-I1.bfttliUd aiHVUUt werexam- South Florida Railroad, and owner of watching the polling pVces this yeai Said land being sold to sati-fy said decree and Notice is hereby given that on the (5th day of of Honda, in and for Mario* CMatf,
Costs. CARLOS" L.SISTKUNK, October.A. D. the said Selwyn E. Rowe
Chancery. .
lAd Iud OC\ldc'J |iud by arrant on the Florida Midland railroad, extend- than there was two years ago and NEJL M. ALLRED. Spec.al Master In Chancery. \\8>1 dulv adjudicated 1903 bankrupt; and that the I
much less attempted illegal 10 30 Solicitor for Complainant. first meeting of his creditors will be held at Martha J. Osborne. I'll mttff, vs. John W. e
th, NUUt) treasurer follows: i jug from Lou woO\I to Kissimtne.Having voting. the office of H L Anderson Esq in Ocala.Fla.on borne Defendant-Divorce.

T.__\c.")Khuol board......_.. ...._._J'S 40' disposed of his railroad! interests -- NOTICEIn ; the t6th day nf Sueetuber A D. "'>3. TT IS ORDERED THAT THE

V l> Ciil, Mlary lot October ____ 7500 ELECTION IN OHIO. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon at which time the J. herein named John W. obe.DEnO.\YT '.
he entered the State Bank of said creditors may attend, prove their claim. is hereby required to appear bdl of com.
i V, 0 .. _. ..._
Crip S
MUe .mm..inn- appoint a trustee. examine the bankrupt and plaint in said cause on or before Monday.
IittftarduatC.. .,>..... 37 *5 Orteado! .in the capacity of cashier, Claimed Herricks' Plurality Will Ex the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir transact such other business as may properly The 4th day JaHurry. A. D.

j. B. Kpperuv ft Co..material for Ebcne- several held this important ceed 100000. cuit in and for Marion County. Florida.In come before said meeting. E. VOYLE.. It is further ordered that a copy of 19..

HfHkod. ...._....... ......... 7 >5 and for years Columbus 0., Xov. 3.-Reports re Chancery. Refree Bankruprcy. be published once a week for eight -.
U M for well at He has been in Gainesville, Fla., Oct. ,, n6zt weeks in the Ocala Weekly Banner.
>*r4 & McUuff, materUl position. ceived here from Cleveland, Cincinnati Benjamin Lewis O' eaI. Complainant, vs. y 19OJ. Done this 24th day of October. A. D MBS..

Aatkoiy ..... ... _. ..30 (IQ
county in the state with the Dayton Toledo, Springfield and the Hattie J. O'Neal, Defendant. i (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNg.
Ut tt Iktl,repair at I'ellow.hlp.- n 56 every |T IS ORDERED THVT THE DEPENDENT NOTICEof Ork Circuit Cawrt

OuU Mar, ....1.liallG.l IJ er ll1nl...'". 8 73 exception of two, and DO man is morethoroughly other more populous centers, Indicate 1 herein named. Hattie J. O'Neal be and she By I C. siktrank. D C.

Ocala Bia*.r. pnatioc and tdrertuinz.... 7 75 all only an average vote. In Cleveland is hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of Edwin Spencer, Complail&t. :'r. .
posted on mattt'rslcommercial iu said cause on or before Monday.the 2nd
CM.ni.( ctuUlrcB",.,,,,,,,, _- --.......-. 53 00 the voting Is heavy in Cincinnati ligi day ot November A. D. 1903. Chapter 4SS3, Laws of Florida

XtrUaU* Bruce Co.. warrant book12 6j and otherwise.Mr. and in the" other cities about an average It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J C. NOTICE
published once a week lor four consecutive' purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
...n. !Uebell, p&loUog Koue Summer Bishop departed on the noon vote is being pollen. weeks in the Ocala Banner. 570. dated the 5th day oi April A. D., 1892 and

kit .., _. .. ..600 At Republican state headquarters, This the 22nd day September A. D. 1903. Certificate No. 662. dated August 6th, 1900. ol Application for Tax Deed Under Section

I. X. 'nti.. e1pIa $upL ol1ice......._ 4 00 train for Ocala! where he will arrange 9 25 s. T.SISTRU K. has filed said certificates in my ofhce. and Chapter 4%faws of Florida.
however, it is insisted that the vote > Clerk Circuit Court. has made application for tax deed to issue in
: .B. htt eommUJon_.._ ..... ..... 2S 4Jaiarmof IS THAT W.
miners for accordance with law. Said certificates UER1BGn'EN
an RAYMOND B. BCLLOCK, embracethe
with the big phosphate will be In the neighborhood of 900.' & (Tax
Uacher........ _- Com plainallt's solicitor. following descrided property situated in purchaser CU-
and be cats No.457. dated the 6th day I.
that Herricks' plurality will in Marion county Florida to wit: Auf1 ,
: ToUl ._.. ..... .... -..5542724 exhibit. South half of south half of northeast quarterof 1900. has filed Mid certificate in ."
excess of 100,000, with a majority OBjoint southwest; quarter, and north half of north has made application for tax deed to tissue i> .

: W. I). CAKX. (Secretary. ballot in the state legislature i to: t NOTICE halt of southeast quarter ot southwest quarter accordance with law. said certificate emWK
Line offers section and chains and the following describ prtperly atute
The Atlantic Coast superb 2, 4.50 north south on
60 for the Republicans. Beth Marion wit
t are post west side uf south half of north half of southeast county,
; Horn* Uflaemce. service; the Florida and West ed all over the state that Colonel Her ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot quarter of soutwest quarter section 2. township Lot 2.22,block 12, Sparr,section A township II i
It wn durlti2 the reading lesson in Indian Limited, train No. 32 leaving ricks' plurality will be 80.000, with nc I Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. The 14.said range land 22.being assessed at the date of the The said land being assessed at the date of the
I is HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. issuance of such certificate in the Lime of Wtn
: oat of schools that a little Jacksonville 8:10( takers. NOTICE I issuance oi such certificate in the name of
our public Tampa8:05 m. I Berry purchaser ot Tax CertificateNo. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall Thompson. Unless said certificate shall t
Ud read In a Jerkj eipresslonlws way. Washington 7:30 a. m. pabllcans are counting upon f 1504, dated the ist day of July A. D. 1901 parties be redeemed according to law. tax deed will redeemed according to law tax deed win ..e .
a. m. In the Democratic vat has filed said certificate in my dlice and has thereon on the 2oth day of Nov. A I).
itimtu M the hawk." neavy "slump" deed to issue in issue thereon on the 2yl day of November.A. D. '
for tax
morning, Baltimore 8:30 a. made application accor witness my official signature and seal this the I
that rural districts: on account olJohnson's dance with law. Said certificate embraces the of October.
Tbt reading wa to very poor Florida ia the itneasmy official signature and seal this I5th day A D.,9J I
New York following described property situated in Marion SISTRVNK. j
tU teacher .aakl -John yon know you m. of the single tasla" the 2oth day of Oct., A. D 1903. .
r 7:30 advocacy county. Florida, to wit: 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion C.
moth train No. 40 leaving Tampa a. tn. West half of northeast and north S.T.SISTRCNK.
*wld talk that to your In additionto
t DOt way the country districts. 10 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla.
9:05 m. arriving west quarter of southeast quarter for 1899 section -
Jacksonville p. .
the people
a full state ticket 22,township 15 range 23. '
.iQ'U1." replied the lad. Washington 11 :-lS p. m. Baltimore amendments i iI The said land being assessed at the date of MANAGER WANTED in this county and in each state to travel fo h.establishedeleven ,
voting on five proposed the issuance of such certificate in the name of : territory to represent and advertise years and with a to can ,
,(- "Well now" laid the teacher in abJ14i7 12:28 a. ni. Train service unexcelled. I to the state constitution as follows: Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed an old established business house of slid upon mercnants and agents for successful and '

*.jr, 7ou read it exactly as you "pullman reservations now being I the veto power. cording to law tax deed will issue financial standing. Salary $21 weekly with profitable line. Permanent eagagement Weekly
Giving the governor thereon on the 16th day of November,A.D 1903. J3 per day tor expenses paid on each Mondayby cash salary of SiS and traveling |* _
; 1I'ou1d iay it to your mother. made. away with the double !!'tockll1a.bUity. Witness my official signature and seal this the check direct from headauarter. Expense and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. I
lad bere II his replyLook.' mom. P. A. 14th day of Oct. A. D. 1903. advanced and hirse ad buggy hed when Experience. not osentiiL Mention reference ;
T. J.WHITE S. T. S1STRCNK necessary; position permanent. Addres Presi and e-iclo self-addressed envelope. TugNATIONAM.

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Griner Farm school hoa e toward -.....
Anthony 10 feet in width and about .
I -.....
10 inches in depth,except in bottom. .
It U elevated from IS inches to 2 feel \
TDi5 road cost 57.171,as per time El
t+tle of Mr. Lucius. This fre-ms Ube I wfa
& substantial, durable road. It .
cay te neeeasarry to place a coatio; z, O
of line rock on the surface of this
::: :
road. The work being too far apart 'N .
for Mr. Lucius to do justice to boll i E= GROOERY y
crews of hands, I employed \V. '
H.I ttl
Martin,of Anthony, to take < ttl "r +Y
of the clay road aa overseer at$1.50 .-....
perdav.who ht3 ttart i ott niwlyiuiuiu .....
BU much uncertainty as to
the numWr of bands tbat would -"e-
I 1 ..
report for work on any day from thai 1,000BUSHELS .....
claas of non Ui payers liable: to road :: .
duty,and n trams are employed and -e
moet have a given number of hand:
each day or have teams not doing .
fail work I instructed )Ir. Martin to r ,
hire such number of hands as be '

needed. Rtip'K-tfally submitted, ttiltt -- ....

redeem Application- property Commissioner of at Mr.lens J.than S.in Berry charge.the reg to | TEXAS RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS, DIRECT FROM TEXAS. ig

nlar amount for the redemption wa. ....
referred to X.A. Fort. ..
t0 '
It appearing that the amount of: I;' .... ,
money for tb:hire of convicts for the<

fine pact,quarter.forfeiture: had been fund paid it w into s order-the W e want your trade. With that end in view we study | '

ed that a warrant be drawn pajabh

to tbe county proper fund for one to make it profitable for to do business with
halt of said amount as the acta of | you us, 1
1903 require the same to be paid into ..

nid er It in wtd fund.charge ordered of that tbe the Anthony t-ommbsion-and g- by securing the best grade of Goods that is manu- 3

" Ocala road be authorized to build a I

hotue or van eucb aj h necessary for: g factored f and to sell them at low --it
the comfort and convenience of tbovorkini as a price as they

; upon said road. I

tueo for Clerk bids,Bald for was bid road:instructed to overseers Le opened to and aaverti at ferry regular e- can bld consistent tt with i a legitimate!t! l profit.!t 1g -Q

meeting in January, Iditi.Commireioner .

arrange Edwards u'ithlr..was Spencei appointed W claim to give you as good an article as can be 1g

to inspect the engine belonging to the

county. a often M he deems it necestry. bought for the same price anywhere and oft times a |

e The application! of C. C. Priest for a
reduction upon the purchase of certain -

,.I deimi tax tax ctrtificatea deed was upon refused.Applieatiou which. he a'h better! grade( at no extra cost. The goods is our proof. |

< f Mrs.Corey for ad

talt'ance icUndentcf C.C. Priest to the wa the retained poor farm farm wa-refu-ed.as forth super< g. If you haven't tried them, do so and be convinced. 1I

'l -n.ulcg year at tbe tame salary! 88; tali....
laid at |>re It was ordered that $1 be deducted
r ..
from the pay of A.J. White, provid- -
,i td he does not show cause at the next NO MISREPRESENTATION I 3
meeting, far negligence at Wbite'i _
.. frrry during. tbe prt ant month. Goods Must Be As Guaranteed Or Your Money Back.
r It ..a4 ordered that D. U. Zetrouer -4

t: be a[>|iointed cattle inspector of Cen- -I4
tral dl.tritt. -4
i written proposition having been :. We have a complete line H. O. Company's Cereal Goods :
fubmitted to this board byV.. N. Consisting .....
('auip a. to building certain portionof ;: of Force Presto Breakfast
, the Ocala'nd Dunnellonhard roadit r--- Wheat, Yellow Corn Meal, Oatmeal, and
was fllrd for future cr nsideratioa. -II
k The Uu4 of W. 0.Vaid as juatiee .. recommend them to be the best of their kind.
i -
r of the \ware for district No.1 with H.IL -4
-....... ...
l 1'jrle and li. r;. Hall as sureties, ...44
w.. approved.E .....
F I* Carney tax collector,reported E Our Famous Royal Scarlet Brand needs no introduction. Our new arrivals
oolivction of !:S.1.ro on account of
0 licen.e AUo reported crtllection on account
of poll taxes regular $10, extras $-tq. E come in, besides you will find full assortments, Pickles, Jams Catsups -4

R reported The following fines imposed justices in of their tbe courts peace == Preserves, Soups, Olives and other condiments too numerous to' mention'We .va-41[ i

i M follow: It Bullock, ?169; D. L. :
= have placed in stock Mint Sauce and Plum
rt (Jrantbam, J107.5"" ;J. M. 4rksdale.f Pudding Sauce.
:2.S; 4. H. Kou, $10; J. O. Turnip ttP
ml, gls.The .'..4..
follow log justices reported DO .-II
r 'hiH: It H.tJhortrldge; H. W. Doug. : Be sure and call on us when in town, examine our stock
Bouchillon, J. W. get
lAM B. F. Lyles t; oura
, C.C.Prie,E.8.Smith,Alex Wynne I prices and lets do business
and W. W.Jackson.
i T. E. Pasteur,county treasurer re- i 44

I' pouted burkemvnU receipts M follows, collections: and dis- I W e are headquarters for Groceries and Grain, and it will be to -
KOAD....FCM........ ::
[ sa'aw la. .l..rtpurt. .... ............. 1441T4J 11. tW4Mpta :!I your interest to see us before buying. Yours for more
Ja.larael............ ....._... 215. '!Ir --- business
sa aace..................... ---13: -4

00MT....VEOPEE.l ........ i --
l B41..taat. ...report..... ......... 13ttetei'u THE
. 151 '6 191AXD f> TEA POT
[ JJ1JI1IIIr.e4......... ...........y..... 139+9nL GROCERY.
l r lS.l.J.ce..................... -IS --
last. .nport..t-'A.... .. ........... ;J V
,, lllakr.-.1.nlptj .......... ............ \1 H S.1T1 Gib Sl ...... -ill4' .
B&laI1tt'.................... 2,545-I....... .....

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RACE JV. NConsumption
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I amount of road material accessible. lowing named persons were granteda one month lost time. As we had the
Mr. C. F. Waterman our engineer, Mr. Spencer, to go out
I appeared be- license to carry fire arms: S. M. convicts to feed, whether they workedor .
fore the board with reference and inspect:: the cause of the trout.le !I
toStarkes' Lummus
: Arthur Masters F 0. Reagan not we kept them employed as best i

I I ferry and the old flat, which and W. F. Snead, and licenses we could in working on a partially and decide upon a remedy, which I j 4Mruii'
was referred to Commissioner were ordered issued for the same. broken failed to get him to do so Oil Friday :j r
engine in
i is famous I Lucius with power to act Mr. R. L. Martin, who had been em gathering up and while the ,
Silt pork old. engine was: moving a heavy
T i Mr. F. S. hauling rock and in the That I I
I Lucius commissioner, reported ployed to map out the public roads quarry. fi1$5 20
: load of flint rock out of the woods !
; fihioncii' remedy for con.sutnhtttm. from his district, on account of I I j|I upon the road book of this county, appeared work w as necessarily done to a disadvantage II I I .b

f "Eat plenty ofwerk 1 road tax $G2 collected, and filed treas- j I I before the board of commissioners from a financial stand point. the cogs in part: stripped out of a I I L

the advice urer's receipt for the same. {I I and after some discussion by For the above Mated the small wheel, doubtless caused by the I $
uas to the reasons,
: Mr. N. A. Fort, commissioner, reported the board and Mr. Martin, it.was de- above stated defect. On esaturdny t1tTb
expenses were much greater than .
,: 50 and 100 on account of road tax, cided to they
0r .impuvc $25, discontinue the work, as the morning we had the defective soil :
from hh! would have beeu made under moral
and flied
\'..... \ '. treasurer'sreceipt same would be too expensive and was broken
.4- machinery sent to the foundry -
for the same.A impracticable.A conditions. The length of the mad 12 F.rt

,A pork is good i if a man petition was then presented to the letter from Mr. R. M. Driggerswas built with crushed Hint rock was twomilf'I.widtb for repairs. The large rollers will ]

cE *!rach: : it. The idea board and Sled asking that a road received, and the clef instructedto \'l feet, depth from 18 be used until the repairs are lll
knows as the Camp Izzard road, be notify Mr. Driggers that the only The strata of clay between the l-oul.l-l j;i ,
L-bin\l it is: that fu is the :I inches to 3 feet, cu-t per mile $:!11I. I
I I so as to go on the north and way authorized to change the public er of Ii tue rock does not decrease. A i

( oJ the consumptive needsmrt. I, west sides instead of the east and roads was upon a petition filed before It is conceded by expert road builders I double track has been devised by Mr. II I

I I south sides of the forty acres upon the board for such a purpose. that one mile built out of crushed I J JLudus

I which )Olr, F. B. Turner's house, or the Bonds to carry fire arms of W. W. flint rock is equal to four miles of and the indications point to j [ PRPREJU.I [ ,

F sFmuliionisthemod- old Waldo house, stands. Said lot being Ge-iger. Geo. D. Bryan, D. M. Crosby, road built out of lime rock. In other an abundance of material-metal to :i iI

method of fat lot 18, sub of Waldo place; which O. M. Cook, were filed and laid over finish the road. We met Mr. Milh- ii I
feeding words take the
t F em to respective cost of CHAS E. BLUM J
petition was filed and laid until until the i COMPANY
over next meeting of the board. gan at the quarry and arranged for I
: ihsconsumptive. Pork is too the building and keeping of them in re-
meeting of the board in December Bond of E. L. Carney as notary pub- deed in fee simple absolute fur all t I
fir sensitive next lic p' it for a period of twenty years the t l
rough stomachs. with G. S. Scott and R. L. Martinas
material the forty acres of hud i r 517 and 519 W. Bay fit.
On motion the action of the boardin sureties, was approved. flint road of a mile will have cost one
Emulsion is the
r gcott's most which the
itt located
approving the report of the com Bond of Edwin Spencer as notary fourth less than the lime road of a upon quarry Jacksonville, fla

t refined of fats, especially mission to mark out the eastern end public, with Dr. O. Grothe and J. Starr mile. that is adapted to building or repairing -
i prepared for easy digestion. of the Blitchton road was reconsidered Sternberger as sureties, approved. monthly reports will he : roads and for all timber on the ----

I Feeding him fat in this back and to said said commission report was to referred enable Applications the board as for follows pensions: L. T.approvedby Match- submitted. I land that will square less than eight I LOOKING AHEAD ;

inches, for which we paid the sum of
n)',which is often the only them to review their former acts. ett Mrs. Margaret Fort, Mary H. Stanley Respectfully: submitted,
$50. An matter of
I ii half the battle butScott's The bond of Mr. W. L. Carter of Henrietta V. Clyburri Mrs E. J. II, W. Loco, a economy, we I Persons 'In the Early Stage of KJ4-.

i yay) Lynne was upon motion, declared void, Hall, A. E. Hamilton, Caroline Her- Jm L. EDWARDS, recommend th&t arrangements be iuy DIseaM Should Wast us

Emulsion does more and the clerk instructed to notify Mr. ren.The Commissioners in charge. made with our engineer, Mr. Spencer, I II TIme 'In Making their

dun that. There is some- Carter of the same one of the said three reports of CommissionersLong To the Board of County Commissioners : to make weekly visits to our plant Kidneys Right
bondsmen J. A. Baker I and Edwards I 1 -
having been with reference to
of :Marion Co. Fla. and inspect the condition of
about the combinationof our If
thing you don't atop that pain la the bade.
requested tc be relieved of said bond. Ocala and Anthony hard road was read I

coJ: i liver oil and hypophos- Mr. Long made his report on the before the board and adopted and ordered Gentlemen: Since the October I machinery. I. some of these days you are utrelU11

meeting of the board there has been I Respectfully submitted, lIable to bar Bright1 DUeasa If torn .
in Scott's poor farm, which report is as follows: spread upon the minutes and I I'I
phitc Emulsion i other form of
To the Board of County Commissioners published as part of the same, and a constructed out of crushed lime rock 'I H. W. LONG, I| kidney trouble. You see

hit puts new life into the of Marion County, Florida Gentlemen copy of said reports furnished the on the Anthony road 500 yards, JNO. L. EDtvaRI1SCommissioners Just as much In danger if you hire dryness

Crete parts and has a special : grand jury at their regular fall termof and H top spread of loose lime 200 i I in charge.To I unusual of the appetite skin, headache.and great,reitltuaaia thirst, er If,

i I visited the poor farm October 31, this court.
a.*ion on the diseased lungs. yards four or five inches thick of road the Board of County Conimission- you notice a sediment or elondlneu U the
and respectfully report as follows, to- Hon. H. W. Long, Chairman of the '
from the plant near Griner Farm j ers Marion county Fla. I urine or other urinary irregnlarltlea.
wit: Superintendent's salary, $33: Board of County Commissioners in
A sample will be I Gentlemen I would I FOLET'I KIDSXT CCBB makes the kid J
field hands, $13.75; washing and iron- and for Marion County, Florida: school house; towards Ocala I'l feet in : respectfully
sent free upon request. | right and whenever there
neya art
lug, $4; cooking one month, $3; total Dear Sir: In compliance with your width and about 10 inches in depth, .I report the building and ditching of j'j'I sat
Ito sine that! thi picture in I I II Indications that these' organs are la the ;
the l .. n a 11 on ; at a total cost of $-tIS.:!) as shown by I I near least way disturbed, It should be takes
r'pp r el every bottle: oll.aiu spaying hogs, 40c.; Rheinauer & Co., road, I beg to state as fbllows
>ioa you buy. weekly accounts of time and bills : Continued promptly and r.gularlY11nUl all symptoms
r SCOTT & sundries, $3.75; A. Brown & Bro., groceries showing statement of cost upon said herewith submitted. I I I ___( on_ page.)) I of kidney trouble hare disappeared. t

$16.65; Tydings & Co., medicines road: :
This preparation ia cf the beat x
BOVVNE \\UeIVEB compose
All the with the and MACKA )
$3.35; Ocala Wagon Works, Mfrehanili.-e ......................t .t 711 machinery, excep-1, known remedies employed by kidney f
CHEMISTS, shoeing horse 40c.; G. K. Robinson Labor .... .... tad\ 10 tion of the threads Gripping oil a ... specialists and it cannot but
409 Pearl St., N. Y. Hire oftnatn3. .. .... ..,... ;'i1\ help oar !
fertilizer, $7.20:! ; Marion Hardware Co., Hire nf convicts.._............ 1l a 65 bolt, which was repaired at a cost of every form of kidney trouble if takes i
jcc and $i; aH: drug"sts. Paid road .overseer................... t\I.;, i t
_;. $:.15; amount total of expenses for Paid guards .... ;a\1, 00 S-, worked well and without a hitch 5 .J Af,; early. Thousands have testified. to tola
-- -- October Paid engineer.............. .. 511 SO :j I
S9.65. ....... fact In even the moet hopeless cases II 1
l'aldf'Jrrt'Ilairsonll'achiuery. $ !I\I
:: until the first of last week when it i|
One small hog was slaughtered last Paul for lumber.......... 21:! 7t I will always afford relief. <
t COUNTY I [COMMISSIONS I N.H ForM'ici-s of superintrnt..... tiS :St was discovered that the spindle t
Tuesday, weighing about 50 pounds. For mac-hiuory.......... 11iil upon I Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove Ky
The PaId for material.....,......... ....... :!l;} uoworkcom which the large roller revolves was FUNERAL writes Tor I have i
meat hogs have slaughtered a 5. istear... ... .. to Vi I : years been grmtly s
acre patch of pindars and have been Workat .... 1t; UtI goose or sprang up and down by bothered with kidney and bladder trouble I
put on a 3-acre patch. Two small $52 motion of the machinery. Messrs. I DIRECTORS. and enlarged prostate gland. I need t

stock hogs disappeared, supposed to In this amount is included expense Lucius and McWherter were of opinion everything known to tie profession without I

have been stolen. There being seven : upon said road from May 1901, to i II relief, until I was induced to oat i
Fla.. November 2!, 1903. ; that it had been loose for mouths I FOLEY'S KIDNEY Ct' After
acres of pindars not yet pastured, as April of 190 taking
year amounting to BaTe dull"OCJt of CoXni,Caskets, and iiurn f
i Tfc* iioir'J of county commissioners a precaution of protection the stock $910.67. Hoping that this will be sat and that this was the cause of the I nits Lanai o every eervtr6/description. Special IlU-ntll\l three bottles I was entirely relieved and

to u4 for M rkm county, Florida, met i have: been placed on the pindars with isfactory to you as well as to the boardI wear of cogs in the pabt They were cured I prescribe it now d&lly1A my

is PHAifer ewkm on this day. the meat hogs. Six. flour barrels of beg to remain yours very: truly, of opinion that the engine could be Embalming to Order I practice and heartily recommend its OMto I
Pr eet, H \V. Long, chairman, and all physicians for such troubles, for I
mdars have been picked for seed. S. T. Sistrunk, Clk. Circuit Ct used the baUnce of the week without
Oalpeirdonera J. I. Edwards, F. 8.Lartw can honestly state I have prescribed ia
Lightwood has been hauled to boil syrup To the Board of County Commissioners '-t ; V''Ah"D"T'A.T.t
X A. Fort and E. L. Wart danger of breakage. On Tuesday ?OIiT':.'011..1"J..t41; \ I hundreds of cases with perfect tucceaa."
which,will begin upon the arrivalof of Marion: Co., Fla.; t
MIl.1t. in to have (Qrh.ldr. r '-, titrfVa
the sugar mill. Spare time has been Gentlemen: Herewith find statement means were put operation opiate I Postotliee Drug (Store.
minute of last meeting were
employed in digging around stumps in of S. T. Sistrunk, clerk and auditor .. ---- -- -- -
Up4 aad amended follows
as :
the field, preparatory for burning them of monies expended in the con- I
II ftpptwlng to the board that the
out and in piling rock. The superintendent struction of the Anthony hard road to THE
rwduttoa adopted at their meeting inOdotor.
I : has a fine lot of lettuce plants October S, as shown by monthly state-
" 1903>> appointing commis-
large enough to transplant, and the ments of the overseer, on file in his
>... to lay out the road known as the
plot of land for them neatly prepared.The office, which is approximately correct.
Ihuuelloa and Ocala road in-
was plants will be transplanted as These reports did not always separate -
I lmtw omitted from the records CABLE COMPANY
soon as sufficient rain falls. 'A lot of expenses for permanent improve
ae4 sot published in the official
pro- cabbage plants are also awaiting rainto ments from expenses lor construction ,

rteodlun In the newspapers, it was transplant. Turnips, radishes, and of the road and for work done by the J
tlpea motion ordered that S. R. Pyles,
strawberry plants are doing well. A overseer and hands in placing machinery -

I K. U. Martin( and J. C. Mathews beaM late Irish potato patch is extra..,good. in position, etc. In introducingand '
of the and Most Substantial in the
! t>*y are hereby appointed as atwuRtoloo Respectfully submitted, : putting in operation a new systemof One Largest -1

to select the most practic- II. W. Long, Com. in Chg. machinery requiring a large numberof _
aMt route for hard road
I the or paved
The matter of opening up the roads minor expenses it is difficult to

I etssx. torn tie Mattel via Juliette to Dunnellon, near Pan's Island by Mr. Andersonwas place!: each item where belongs. United States' t tgf tI
following described routes toll
I referred to Commissioner Fort There was a large amount of time given -
with power to act. by overseer, hands and teams in I
1. Prom )!artel south to the Crib-
The bond of Hugh E. Brass as inspector placing the machinery in position,
\let road thfoce via Juliette to Dun-
: of marks and brands for district such as foundation for local engine,

:Zpellen. :. Fn m Martel west to amtr No. 6 was duly approved by the frame for crusher, a new bin to receive .

'Natal St. Johns church, thence board. the crushed rock, the building of derrick This Company Manufacturesand

If Juliette to Dunnellon. 3. FromJiwtl Upon motion it was ordered that the buckets, ropes and moving machinery -

I north to a point in section 13, matter of securing a sugar cooler for and fixtures to a new quarry,
to U. r 19.! thence via Juliette to Dun- Sells Direct the
the poor farm was referred to Commissioner etc., for which a separate account was <

.wHi*. Te commission to be govern- Long with power to act. not kept, which, upon a conservative.

td l by the topography of the country, Mr. W. D. Mathews, road overseer, estimate, will amount to $200.
H*.t-.t of bona fide settlers
reported collection of $36 for road tax Amount total of expenses as shown

Ott would be accommodated and the in his district, and filed treasurer's receipt by clerk's statement $6202.07CBEDITS. .

--- for the same.A j Conover 4t Gable Kiijgsbury t

Women as Well as Men petition asking to close the neigh. By am't expended lr"H-lS9.J on
western road and opening

borhood road running from Irvine to cf way .... .... .....$ 91U 6.

Are Made Miserable by Orange Lake was filed with the board For lumber permanent.....improvements. ... ........ 212 71
and referred to Commissioner Wart- For machinery .......... W*' 51
Kidney Trouble. For work on prison van.. .... 4'> 15 Schubert a&
mann, with power to act. I>'orwork on derrick: ........ 15 00 < WellingtonPIANOS
and hauln.g as above
For labor
I It having been made to appear to stated, etc. ....... ....... :30009
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis- the board that John Brown is an afflicted To total amount expended in
r courajei and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor building 2 miles of road.. .... 4,55900
sentenced to Imprisonment To total amount expended in .
and cheerfulness soon person
l I building each mile.......... 2,11 W)
1 disappear when the kid- in the county jail, the sheriff ,

neys are out of order was authorized by the board to make This road was built out of crushed

'or diseased. he could with flint rock, which at best only existed !
-,' the best arrangements
trouble has
,,\: Kidney in veins. At least three tons of clay
# become so prevalent regard to the said person by hiring
had to be removed from the quarry to
I that it is not uncommon him out upon the best terms he could.

for a child to be born Mr. John L. Edwards, commissioner, every ton of rock procured. Becauseof
1 y afflicted with weak kid- the scarcity of rock in the quarry .
,-,' n.,.. If the child urinf reported road tax collected in district 'f'J! ;i: 1o.t i.'I ._ ,''; '::: : : ;
had to be kept
to two teams
--.._ ates too often, if taeCtse No. 1 of $193 and filed treasurer's receipt from one
. i scalds the flesh or If, when the child for the same. hauling rock gathered up over the

!I ftabes control' the an age passage when, it it is should yet afflicted be able withttdwetttng to Mr. A. J. Turner and W. C. Jeffords, country a mile some and of a which half. had The to system be hauled of Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times,

depend upon it. the cause of having asked to be relieved from the

the> ",Mficulty kidney trouble, and the first commi:>sion .appointed to lay out the guiding a traction engine is unused

r.cp should be towards the treatment of Martel to Dunnellon, were and unknown by regular railroad engi-

toe* importwt organs. This unpleasant road from motion excused. neers, being unacquainted with the intricacies send us your order we pay all expenses and
trouble U due to a diseased condition of the upon connected therewith, for that
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as The board thereupon adjourned until
most people suppose. Tuesday morning at 8 o clock. reason they doubtless had many hitches i

Women as well as men are made mis.Ifa November 3, 1903. and breaking of machinery that satisfaction
i ie: with kidney and bladder trouble. Tueseday, would not have occurred with an expert guarantee j

at! both need the same great remedy. Board met pursuant to adjournmentAll traction engineer. The original
The mild and the Immediate effect olSmmp.Root members present.It .1
is soon realized. !It is sold ordered that a warrant be Is- rollers proved too heavy for our Flor- .
kdrufHsU.. in f.fty- 'IV' ida soil and sank the road bed from :
for'the trans-
Walter Hood
cent and one dollar ':a sued to Dr. to three feet deeper than was
.:,:... of Jim Moreland to his homeIn one A.
alas You may have a portation J. JORDAN mpa
<.=' .., necessary, giving that amount of ad- T Branh.
wrcpla bottle\ by mail -: Jennings, Ga., and that a warrantfor ,
In order to cut 01'fthis
( ditional expense.
ret. alto pamphlet tell- BOOM of SWWUOBOOC.tof $5.30 be drawn for said purpose.
all about it. including many of the the boardwaived needless waste of money lighter
tbOlllands! of testimonial letters received For good causes shown, and the tardiness -
rollers were procured,
beet luffereri cured. In writing Dr. Kilmel the rules for granting of licenses of transit by rail caused about 1113 Franklin St Tampa Florida
It C4.. Blnjhamton. N. Y.. le sure anefetation to carry fire arms and the fol- ,

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pete returns today Indicate that the I II I -I !
BATTLE OF BALLOTS plurality of Ke.Trtck. Republican, over It ..

Johnson. Democrat, will exceed tor governor I r

.. IN MANY STATES Republican 123.000.state but ticket that the will rest not of have the HAS SHELLED PANAMATrouble : YMBOD YMBOD'

so large a plurality. As the Republicans -

itcCle,Ian Defeats Seth Low not only carried the doubtful counties -I Has Broken Out oa NOW'STHETIMEHere's
and districts, but also some that ;i l

In Greater New York. were conceded to the Democrats, the :i the lsthmas.I .

majority on joint ballot in tie legislature -; I

PLURALITY OF CVER E3.S17. for the re-electicn of Senator :I ELEVEN CHINAMEN ARE KILLED. I j i

s Hanna !s now placed at W out of a And the Opportunity Save

'*epirg Democrat: ; Victory in Gothan total membership! in both branches of Unitd Static Consul 1 NUkes Pretest i .
142 almost three times as many a* II'
-RcsJU of the Llecticn, In tie Agai.ii: .crr.=ardT.ent and If It U
two years ago when the Republican'

Other Cities and Tow>-Johnson had what was cons'deed an unprecedented Noi: Stepped Uncle Sam's Warships; I Money Your Purchases.

Defeated by Herrick In Ohio. majority: of i3; en joint: ballet Viii interfere. I on

for the re-e'.ection of Senator: Foraker. I
New York city Is carnal by McCletitn Washington.. 5.-Vice Cnit I
I Senator Hanna had only one majority
(Dem.) by 70,000( plurality.Maryland Sate Cocsvi Eir=sa, a; Pacazaa, ca f
i en joint! ballet six years ago. and as
Democratic by t,ew bems the Ue uepannent tinder today t -- --- -
.. plurality. goes he was the issue in this campaign, date: that the Columbia governmentmarsajp : D 0 W N Go die Prices, Bat Qualities Are WAY UP
result: Is generally< commented oa moreas
Johnson (Dem.), o! Ohio, U tidly % Hanna victory than aaythdcg iioscta; is shelling the city.ileven .

Deafen by Hemck (R&p-), whose plurality : tcinamea nave bHnLIHe..

is 15000. else.Chairman Mr. harran Las tea instructed U
t Dick of the Republicanparty 1
Beckian: (Dein. wits by a good protest dfc.Cit: the bo:+cardment-:: i. !J
says: : 1
Kertaciy. the :s not suiicleni i
C"'j--.jy ta "Kama's personality did it" consii.i protest
Nebraska goes Rep lican by: 10- the ccmmanier o: the:: LT. S. S. Boston
i More complete legislative returns
OoO itajority. show that! th.* Republicans tare over which is, by this time, en her way Made Suits Dress Coed r

Tie Republicans win oat In Iowa.Pesnsylrania Panama: from San Juan del Sur, 6v I
The Ladies Tailor Made Suits we are
the I
three-fourths In each branch for revision In Ladies' Dress Goods kn ,,
Colorado their miles 1 will seize the w* !
and by distant promptly
o! the new municipal! code on I showing this season! are the handsomest ;
of .
a few pieces our ue* fabric: "'
t.utl majorities. Colombian gunboat if necessary; to stop
Issue. that have been sold in this
which Mayor Johnson made an ever : city. such Zeblin ,
Ma, i4iusfetl3 OEIkputUca.l, the tsombardment. as JaequAfdt, N l
The itande 25 Republicans 4 made in the latest
senate They are up styles,
: Madras Oxford etc.. whrfc ;
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while Rhode Island elects a Democratic t'
house yawl
Deaiocrats- cajority !S. The in Scotch Madras Broadcloth
KOTercor.New Washington, Nov. 5.-The Unto selling at V.TY lx. F'n r. ;;
stands SO Republicans, 20 Democrat Oxfords. They are beauties. Come in "

Jersey goes Republican ty the majority 70. The majority OQ Joint States government this morning re- early and see.them before the line is md ri
Jackets Cloaks Cap*
biggest majority In years. leived a cablegram from Panama requesting ,
ballot Senator Is
for United States
broken. Price ?4.JS to $12.93. \.
S5, or four times the total Democratic that it recognize the new In the line of Jacket! *. ('I*'" >

New York. NOT. 5.-George B. MoClenaa membership. The constitutional government.The I Shirts! Skirts! Capes we are the acknowledged i I.-.-.,;. f l
(De=:..) will be the next mayorof officials here are as yet in ignorance -
amendments for all counties to have ''I We have now on sale the largest and We have just rtivived a tarn* -I ,
Creator New York Laving: defeated separate legislative representation, for as to what this new govern- I best elected line of KIRTS ever exment of New York's .latest fad. : !

Mayor Seth Low for re-election by the veto power and for single liabilityon ment consisia of and have taken no I hibited in Ocala. All the latest cuts Bon Ton"-toinrthiog entirely II' l
a plurality. of (3.617, complete: unofficial action oa the request
stock and
were adopted probablythe
and designs. All Prices. Be cure to j ee them I
been retired from
returns taring one oa taxation, but not tie one Ii I
every election district in the city. By for the classification of cities. New York, :\ov.Goveror Ohfdia '!

the same returns Comptroller Edward of Panama, and all the authorities: j :
II, Grout, aad Charles F. Fornes president Johnson's County Goes Republican. in addition to Generals Tovar and l

of the board of aldermen, running Cle\"e'..?nd. Ohio, NOT. Complete Amayo are captives. the hands t- I

for reelection on the DemocratIc return from all the precincts In this, the insurrectionists says: a Herald dJ s. Mer/s and Youths' Suits Boys' Site l t

ticket, though elected two years Cuyahoga county, including the city patch rom Panaxa.: All the Cold I! We have just received an extensive :

art as Fuslonlst, defeated their Fu of Cleveland, give Herrick (Re?.), for ban cruisers oa the Colombian side o. j line of ready-made suits for m -n and Our thrw-piwt- s' Suite M r I!

ion opponents by 66.i:1d: 64.973 governor 45.169; Johnson (Dem., 36- the isthmus have been taken, and its :: youths, comprising such as Thibots. winners. Com and"inspect h"1 ,

plurality respectively, Comptroller S43; Herrick's majority, 8,525. The : expected: Colon will be taken today j I Kerseys and Fancy Worsteds These yourself. "Xuff sell I t

,Grout leading the city ticket victory of the Republicans in this to,her with the cruter Carta- goods: are of the very latest styles and We have Sweater' for t 'r..r, I

This sweeping Democratic victory city and county Is moet decisive andsweeping gena. I a nobbier suit cant be bought in Florida family from father to baby.colors. trJ+. .
vas accomplished for the Democratic :riaadiego CaL, Nov. 5.-Captain t
recorded in not for the S Come aDd '
many years, same money tj,5U to 614.7 > ez* 1af a.
city and borough Uckeu in four and i a single Democrat being elect -1I Shurtleff, of the United States collier I INero

flue boroughs of the municipality, only I throughout the entire ticket The which arrived here from Ph. i

Richmond borough (Staten Island) gir- Republicans elect a solid! delegation adelphia a week ao tad which was | Our Line of Children's Ready Made Clothing I II

lag Low a plurality: and electing Fu- for the arrival of the Pac., '
waiting j
of four state senators and ten representatives Is the Most:; Complete in <<< >cala
non borough officers J. Edward on the legislative ticket, by fleet to discharge her 3.400 tons of coa': : S I

Swacitrom (Fusion) who, it was pluralities ranging from 4 to 6,000. has received orders to go to Panana: i I

thought last night might be elected I It is sappo-ed that the Pacific feet! j jtow I

president of the Brooklyn borough. DEMOCRATS ELECT GOVERNOR. : Acapulco! has also been ordered : STOREI

waa defeated by Martin W. Littleton I there and: the Nero will coal these THE BOSTON

tt.e Democratic candidate, by ,!,12!! Republicans Capture Balance of State vessels there. .

plurality in spite: : of Littleton's attitude Offices: in Rhode Island. I

In opposition to the city ticket. Providence, R. I., Nov. 4.-The Best Liniment on Earth CORNER OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, OCALA, FLORIDA,

McClellan's total vote for'mayor was! orals succeeded In re-electing Den'1 j J. M.: :'ldla EjrttuiJlt", Tex.,

IU.&<', to 251,259 for Low. nor L. F. C. Garvin, although |. writes, Nov 2d, l&uO: "I had rbtuDiatbm YMBOD YM B O

William S. DeT ry, Independent candidate reduced plurality, tut the oher state'
la-t winter, was down IU bed I
for mayor, polled only i2.9 officers went to the Republicans andthat ] J
Tote In the entire city, getting 2.C"1of party will also have a working j i: six weeks: tried everything, but got __

these In Manhattan and the Bronx majority in the legislature. Garvin's [: no relief, till a friend gl.m part ot. t. '
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te& In Brooklyn, 38 In Queens and note r'i of a bottle of Ualtard's Snow Lmimeet. '
plurality !In 146 out of 152 election! districts ,
la Rlchmorrf. I Used it and ----
is 1,025. The other Republican :: got two more .
bottles, It cured me and I haven't i I
candidates on the state ticket received -! A Dangerous Month. iI
WARFIELD WINS. j i| fdt any rheumatism siucc. I can ;, I
pluralities averaging about k
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This is the n.onth of co.fbr, codsand j
1 2I??. The senate will stand 26 Republicans -I recommend Know Liniment to be the ,I r
Elected acute catarrh. Dn you catch
by Good Majority for Governor and 16 Democrats and the!I best liniment on earth fur rheuma- ; .
cf Maryland cold, easily? Fhi.1 vour, .lf b" e.1 Y
house 35 Republicans and 33 Demo tim" For rheumatieeiatie or :
Baltimore NOT 5-At 8 o'clock this crats. with a tickling in jour iliioit and an I
peuraltjia pains rub in Ballanl'dSnow I
coming returns from 254 1 ht'n
precincts of The annoying cough I\t nigh?
leading cities Providence Newport
Linimeni will sulltr
riot i '
the 308 In Baltimore city have been and Pawtucket, all sent Demo- you you should always! bare lianoy a l>ot- R c'lctipattort
long, but will be gratified with a j
counted and show a majority of 4,54:;: cratic delegations to the legislature. tie of Ballard'i Horehound c yrup.

for Edwin Warfleld. Democratic candidate Mrs. Winthrop Chanler, a prominent speedy and aftpctive cure. 2oc. oOc. i, J. A. Anderson, 34Ve,;r Lin i-tretth, ftC..,
for and $1.00 at Anti Monupfly Drug i I
Is member of Newport society, has ben rialt: Lake City, writes: "We u* Bal- 1 a .,..' ..:c"I'It"? eA4 '
quite certain that fctore. .
the returns m I '
elected a member of the school board. lard's Horehound !syrup for from the 64 .
precincts will Increase --'t. _
The election! excited much interest
\ this lead. Complete returns have I and colds. It gives immtdiaurelief.: tc ti's l riee It- rye) td. s { !' ,v ,
not been We know its the best remedy for
from any one of the Fac Simile of Fort
% K Maryland counties, but the returns Portland, Ore., Oct. 23.-The Lewis these trouble I write this to induce 'Iii( t N S LIVER PILLS 1 + SII

.. received Indicate that there will be a Massachusetts Goes Republican by the and Clark commission last night decided other people lo try this pleas mt and Ji
Democratic! of SOc. and Af: i oNIG PELLETS
'" majority 2,000 in the Usual Majority to erect as near as possible a tfficient remedy.5c. 1.00

I counties and that Warn eld's plurality Boston, Nov. 5.-V>"ith the exceptionof fac simile of Fort Clatsap at the St at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m I e: rnl bcoo: rd :.et ue aW g'. c .. .

In the city and county probably the falling off of the Socialist vote Louis Fair. The plans contemplatea J 011 Shares Change Hands I ; (hr asa ,n )'oar herlt R o. a l/sv .w t

reach 7,000. the election in Massachusetts yesterday building and a stockade of logs and ; San Francisco, Nov. .-Ee wee Tonic P:1kts gen ? L ,t filets, reu ai ,

The Democrats in Baltimore city very nearly paralleled that of last will cost tlO.OOO. Fort Clateap was three and four million shares cf stock I t. : r -: : --s v1 a.t1 'Jp'
elect their entire local ticket, including the point at the I \
mouth of the
year. Governor John L Bates was Columbia I
of the Associated Oil company, held
three I BkON N MFO CO.Ike .
supreme court Judges, threEorphan's re-elected by the Republicans by a river at which Captain Meri"ethei by the Reid Crude Oil and the San \
court judges court clerks Lewis and Lieutenant 1a+1.t.1
plurality of 35,839 over Colonel WilLiam Charles Clar Joaquin Oil companies, have passed r /
t And Chief A. Gaston in a total vote only spent the winter! of 1805 and was coincident Into the hands of the Southern Pacific Orcex.dk,

Judge McSherry. of the court slightly under that of 1102hen Bates; with the completion of the Out of the purchase price i i Tae
of company.
appeals ia re-elected. The Democrats first overland
won by 37,120 plurality.The trip across the Unites
have elected I paid the Reid company recei"e5,560.,' |
substantial i
a majority States.
vote for the
leading candidates '
of the legislature 000 and the San Joaquin compac j
insuring yesterday: was: Bates, 199,393; Ga-: : I
A Democratic successor to United ton 166.544-both gaining! about 3,000 Anxious Mothers. JS40/JOO. Ii II i

States Senator McComas. ever last year, but as the Socialist !Some; of the most anxious hour of Worm-Destroyer I t I I i

The unprecedented delay jn countIng dropped from 33,628 to a little more a mother's life are those when the White's lot

t the returns large size(ia due of the to the ticket extraordinarily an. than tion :and 25.000 Socialist, and that for the Prohibi- I little ones of the hou.-e-hold have the only kills worms Crtam"erruifuge, but remove, the I POST OFFICE Itttt (. !MOKL. O( ,( It. II, t.
to the election which requires voters candidates croup. There is no other medicine &otllective mucus and slime in'which they build: !I I 9
the same, the total ---- -
to mark a cross in this terrible malady as their nests it bring* and i
opposite each named vote for all candidates fell just shortof I ; quickly, a i
voted for. I Foley's Honey and Tar. It i is a household condition of the where I
that of last the healthy body,
year largest! in the !
history of the state.VERDICT I favorite for throat and lung worms cannot exist. 25c. at AntiMonopoly Wb2DAWom aiF>els '
IN troubles and it taint
KENTUCKY. as coo no opiates : Drui Store. m .
. REACHED. i and Le nO _
or poisions cau safely giveu.

. Returns Give Governor Beckham a I For sale by Post Office Drug Store, in6lg There is nocoush! medicine so popu I ffl) Depressed)

Majority of 26500. Case of Midshipmen Charged( With euncs- aca.c. lar as Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains ,
U-r.nery ai ; rr
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5. Haz ing at Annapolis. no opiates or jxa ons and never has 2
Returns received :; ) frequent headachra
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 5.-The ginnery t\'\ t"b1J hk of .
from 83 counties, a number of! Annapolis Md., Nov 5.-A verdict of H. R. Dudley. 2 miles west of Seale; fails to cure. For sale by Pot Office 'i ruling"ppeUte..It tnablUy is not to t:.'p vr... m. r"11th t .
which are has been reached by the courtmartial J1ttYa5ariiy wm1 dim. ;;;:
" incomplete, give Governor Drug Store. m
Ala., has been entailing a
i Daekham, Democratic candidate for sitting at the naval academy in one It's ever.
three thousand dollar the ,
loss cf two/ or .
r governor a majority of 26500. of the three cases of midshipmen who -- ,Y ,
The fire is supposed to have caug.. .: "
These figures, however, do not indicate are charged wih hazing. It is that from his road engine. It was an up- :) J: I Don t fan to get today .t ytrwr dragg.ca
r his real majority for the rea- of John H. Lofiand.! of Oikaloosa, Iowa. t
to-date plant with three gins.
eon that most of the 36 counties remaining The finding will not be made pUb: fAj E
Beautiful Clear Skies. 2i ;
until it has received the '
to be heard from are normally approval o -... ,
r Republican. Seven of these counties the secretary of the navy. Herbine exerts a direct: influence on I -.r It win

are in the eleventh district and Loveland was charged with causing the bowels, liver and kidneys, purify /;;?-\ ur Y=! fil; ;:. ,.--rs and dgGripe qukkl orsans and r:to rely the restirv 111I-:e.e>.1 LlY n. K ICJ.t. .

each will give a majority. 800 or Midshipman W. W. Lawrence of Colorado ing and strengthening these organs, tI; ::::! t irl I-k Teel he a new wo1CLa aLoa Ll.:.c ; ko'li ..

f more. to stand on his head and compelling and maintaining them in a normal ,..-: SO Cents ALL DRUGGISTS
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r rr Many of the other counties are Midshipman Churchill Humph condition of heal'.h ; thus removing a 13c< -HgaJ--.-. i

mountain counties in reys, of Kentucky, to undergo a sys of '
common ;
remote sections, cause yellow, mothy, { _
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tem of vigorous i :
and It may be two or three days before physical exercise. greasy skin, and more or less of //r' ...V.-' i '

k complete unofficial returns art The case of Midshipman Earl pimples, blotches and blackhead ; : v,.."."..........vvv.v..vvv.v..vv..v.vvvt.4!
obtained. On the other hand, Be, Chaffee, of Rhinelander, \Vs., is now .
f ham'a majority in the 83 countie being tried. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug :Store. m G : KSTAIU.1-1IKI: >)> 1.y. .. 1 'l ..... l '

g heard from will probably be s\\ele.! Pugilist' Found Dead.
Dropped Dead at Polling Place New JEEAJNTXE: BROS j
by the missing precincts when the New York, Nov. 5.-Dr. E. C. Angell York 5.-Thomas C ROLLS FROM Only the be sOUR II
are supplied. Roughly speaking Leary aged 25, said to have been :1" 1. OVEN material
goes t
order to attain the 18,000 or more majority : 81 years of age. who had practiced one time middleweight: cha.-pioJ r into the oven and : WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND ;BEER HOUSE.t
medicine in New
York 40
expected on the final count i' years, am the! v'' t, '"?3 been found .* .', only the
was well known a writer for 1246 to U'5s> W. Adams St Jlu>kwuii 'illr ,
lead In the 83 counties mentione' i I I as me.: the elft> u's: :r. a'ntni! '. BEST BREAD I : \ 1'
should be j cal magazines, dropped dead at 1 h (.c-t.! '\c s ..v, : arf1 .., ---- -
increased to 30000. The C polling place in Brooklyn as he was > .ic.y : : rolls out It is delightfully crisp and I, t 4 Pi.:; "JtJ i pair: '.' *
counties remaining will probably HIIDtng Club i I* ."
reduce about to \vhole> A few slices buttered is a
this by about 10000. take his ballot to the be Physicians Prescribe It. ome. Nslsou CountyUooogram > f "tI'
He had been a Republican partisan broad minded meal in itself and almost as nutritious a :tlaryta\l.1 ; jb a.HaQDC'S fi
Many physicians ,.
44" :> 5 *

I I IN OHIO. told since his the family formation before of the party and prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as I as Orders meat. for Bread, etc., can be more t social Drop __4s_"v_, __tt, .M,_
leaving home i
r they have never found to safe and satisfactorily filled by : *"' .'
that he intended to scratch his ticket EXPRESS PREPAID.I.
Plurality of Herrick Over Johnson W: reliable a remedy for throat and lung "
r : for the first time In 50 years and vote : Our reference, 15 aaetrt _sips" t
Exceed 125000. for Comptroller: Grout troubles as this great medicine. For BEN US' BAKERY 4 years

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