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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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,. OCALA FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER.. 1903 '"' nf1LTI 11 "'t. h
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; "' ''' ''''''''' '' '' '' ''' '' '' '' '' I The Daughters of the Confederacy !I There will be something doing I I Mr. Nevitt Cook was in Ocala Wednesday Mr. Z. C. ChambilM returned-WI'd-

1 were pleasantly entertained Saturday in the first ward in local politics. It Is i fora short while. He was on from
nesday Moutpomrry/ Ala.
afternoon by Mrs. Dan )lorgan'chl.a. understood that besides the present I his after way to his home in Brooksville, where h. bttendrd a tig auction Ml :.
incumbent Mr. Gates, Mr. John spending a week with his aunt,
--- -- Mrs. Burt Redding, in Jacksonville.Mr. of cattle. Marion county .ill be
1- Miss Blanche Hall, of Caudler, wbo Robertson and Mr. C. :\1. Brown jr.,
his
profited by trip a* b. rings bet k
Was one of the will become candidates for aldermanic Arthur
-- teachers in the Ocala G. Olin, Seaboard with him several c>f tbrwe fine aol-
school last honors. operator at Jacksonville, is off
year, spent-Saturday with on a mall
IN A BOX it friends in the city. month's vacation, which he is spend -

I Mr. H. Wester, engineer in the 8.:: fog with his parents at Kendrlck. Ocala is needing a blUff .1 teethe

--- Mr. J. 8. Jolly of Gainesville, A. L. yards In this city and whose Mr.nepday.Olin was a visitor to Ocala Wed. light plant. There l. a demand for Ii ,

r If you want to write a nice letter you ran do it if you have = superintendent of the constructive family resides in Jacksonville, received 2000 incandescent light Those who
I : nice utioury. You're ia a box if you haven't the paper, and :=: face of the A.C. L., was among the the sad intelligence Weare requested to state that General
pal r 1 Is lo a nice box If you buy it here. We have many style :: Montezuma arrivals Wednesday. Wednesday that Bullock's coutinraeut to his homeon ban investigated the utj'et say it
bill wife was not expected to live
account of his: unfortunate fall will be a big paying iuvrttturut.

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | Mr. Annie Perry and little daughter. Mr. Neater left on the morning ri. A. I Ii will not stop the issuing of marriage Ot'alau ht nottokt a gncU thing
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Sydney have returned from a visitto i L. train for Jacksonville. I licensee, w Dan Cupid mayo/ on 1
I shooting his arrows just the same. slip by it. .
I Mrs. Perry's sister, Mrs. B. W. McDouald There is more painting, paper-hang- It
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t 1 rIIIIIUIUIUIUIIIilill in Jacksonville.Mr. lug, repairing and general fixing-up
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i -- Henry Curtis, the accomplished of premise, including the planting of -

i ef industrial agent of the Seaboard AirLine flower gardens! and lawns, this season

1I railway, is in the city and is than: has occurred in Ocala in many EVERYBODY

II I. :-::-: registere I at the Moutezunia. seasons before. The town is beginning KNOWS
Z $
to put on almost a holiday ap. s
Mr. George Williams is having his
'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIUIIIIlIIJIIICt pearance.-
I barbershop the Ocala House block ----- \

repaired and repainted and is in other We had the honor of a visit from *:"

:; -- J wayrbeautfyingsame. Prof. P. H. Brinson, principal of the
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, --- f* cur a veld in one day commercial department of the East How all lines of business and

; Tate Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Florida Seminary, Gaiut'>lville. AI r.
prices on real estate have
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grown.
3r David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE lets. All: druggists! refund the moneyif Brinson is a highly intelligent and A
We planted here the seeds of
i it failes to cure. ::1<:. W. Grove's progressive educator. He reports a ,

signature i is on each box.-25o that the seminary is in a flourishing T bank before this growth began
1t i
LANDS.
;t Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Groves left condition and is improving along all and have well attended them.

4 J Tuesday for tbesr home at Williams. lines.-Massey! College Notes in Their roots are now in the foundation ;

.;! ville, Ill, after a few week's visit in Times-Union. of every prosperous firm in

G If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Ocala the guests of )Ir. and Mrs. H. In Honor Misses the city.HUNROE.
Bullock.
lease on royalty communicate with him. C. Groves.
Mrs. B. J. Potter, Miss Valeta Putter
Mr. John Zimmerman and daughter '
I and Mrs. Mallory Li.t.tou'ba\"e i issued .
Mrs. Wilbur, after a pleasant visit
invitations
to M large
reception
Office: next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. in Ocala with Mr. Zimmerman's & CHAMBL1SS,
next .
Tuesday aft ruonti :.Yomplimen-
daughter, Mrs. Huber returned to BANKERS. ,
tary to disc Lena
I Bullock and
their homeiu Indiana Tuesday.Mr. Miss OCALA FLORIDA.
Maxie Bullock, whose marriages take I I

Hamp Chamber, deputy United place on tie following ev uiug.

UU E3ASST2 SiSSIS. Local Editor Messrs. Brobstou, Fending & Co., States marshal, who has been in .

.... recently made a lug -ale of timberlands bed for some days! is able to be on tLe ,
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. | in Duval county J streets again. _

:! Mr. M. B. ffrairz of New York, is John Ingessor, formerly of this city,
The wood are full of hunter' but of Ocala where he holds aIM
now ,
the guest of Mr. anti Mrs. M. Hand- i
ition with fan uncle, J. F. Edwards !
r Oy rs this *.atou api>ear excepflue. le m.&U, of the Boston Store. ( SHOE SALE fir
I Uun&1I1 was in he city \uodw.-Gainesville: :
Mrs. Callie Ueddictc:, of f\e1dick: i is: 8:1'\.

Mr. P. Jumeau was iu the_ cityWtdnrviay. the.guest ot her &ter-ia-law, MM. S. Hon. James E. Croome lost Irs i

! E Waterman fur a few days. splendid library in a recent tire in
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; It was the accumulation of
, : )lr. 1>. L. Mark hs gone to Jack:: Miss: Jessie Maugbs has returned Quincy.

i lOoUJe ou ousiueva.t'owmrrriel j from blue Springs, V, ., oil HCCOUU t years and CJiitaiued some very rare GSaturday

t books.
I lof the illness: of her mother. -
I'rlu\lug-fil in the Mr. rand Mrs. Henry )). Stokes; returned -

1 i' eitjr at the Bauuer flL-e. I :Mrs.! Sage! returned to-her home lit I to Ocala Tuesday afternoon Nova
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I Lakeland Sittirday after short vi-.ii.; : after a two week's bridal trip, which 1
I )lr.Tow Hatrls U spending a fewdijtinHavannah Jacksonville.Mrs. ,
and
in OcK I they fpent iu -ksouville and other

I I F _this____week._ Crltou l'riof Mclntoih, lathe points in the hUte.Mr. We Will Sell Every Pair of Shoes at

I Ii i I )lr. R. B. Clark, of Holder, was a guest of her sister, Mr-.. Beveauxat Momau W. Moody has accepted

I I (ttotof the Montezuma Wednesday. I II her home in the third ward. a position with the East Coast Actual! Cost !

I lIr.L. 8. Beck aud Mr. WillJ. i Electric: Light, Power and Ice Company
f Mr. J. P. Bell, of Gaiut'ivillt', assistant -
I Edwardi an candidates for luiyUrr at West Palm Beach.
f>oxfmst-ter at thst place, spent We want to handle only one Brand of Shoes and intend to sell all of
r HaroM! Angus the four and a half ourLADIES'
)fro J. L. llanjraves, of Duunellon, Turwl-ty :tu't VV.-uue-day iu this etty.Mr. .
--'- ----- 'I year old sou of Mr. and )Ir... W. C. MEN'S and
It In at the CHILDREN'SSHOES
Outs aud is stopping ,
W. M. Brooks! of Tampa, so I Barnes, left Tuesday to spend a few

Moattzuoia.Mrt well known in phosphate: circles, was I I I days with his grandparents' at Island AT

L. C. Bell and child, of York, an Ocala House guest Wednesday.Mrs. Grove. _

Pat Wednesday shopping In this R. D. Fuller, who has spent a Dr. W.(?. Lindsay, leU yesterday for .
Live Oik attend the meeting of -
co Actual
city. I
II I most pleasant summer iu Asheville, Cost !
I the Presbytery. From there he will

i JoJj Alexander Wynne, of East I X. C., returned home Saturday.Mr. go on to Mouticello t rbd, pre s tnt at

,i Lake Weir, waain the city Wednes- I Hosmer, who is spending the the synod, which convenes in that This is a sale and we want you to come to our store and price a pair. Every

deb winter at the Brown House, at Silver city. _
pair guaranteed to give satisfaction
I or your money refunded. Remember this
Mr. J. tt.William,of Alachua, was Springs, was in town Saturday.Mrs. At the entertainment for the benefit
Huong the many visitors to Ocala I! of the pipe organ fund of the Baptist sale begins Saturday. Be on hand and make your selection. Just think ot
Heed, formerly Miss Minnie I
Turelay church at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bailey, U with her parents Mr. and I I Clarence Camp Monday night the A $3-50 CO Kfl
Mn. Burt, after a few daysivisit in Mrs. John E. Bailey for the winter. Pair of Shoes for S> .JU
i I splendid sum of $53 was cleared.
Ogle, returned to her home at Ozello -
. ;. Tursdry. I Mr. Barkley, of Lexington, Ky.: I I Miss Pansy Souter, of Ocala, who is A $3.00Pair "

" I arrived at McIntosh Friday to spend :i I attending the East Florida Seminary, of Shoes for $ 5

Mr. R. L. Stringfellow: of Galnes-- the winter witn relatives.Mr. returned to Gainesville Sunday, after J

'We, it in the city today a guest of having spent several days enjoying A $2.50 t 'yr
C ibe Ocala House. and Mrs. H. C. Groves entertained the festivities in Jacksonville.l .- Pair of Shoes for$l l 0

a party of their friends with a
I Mr. E.L. of New I' News. A $2.00
Ilosenbaum, fish fry at Silver Springs Saturday t
Orleans, was a guest at the Ocala morning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dutton, of Pair of Shoes for4 pl.60 ti
through Ocala Tues ?i
House Wednesday. Boston, passed
t and Mrs. J. F. Edwards return day on their way to Homosassa. Mr A $1.50Pair
then $J l.10
There U Andersonian visit to of Shoes for
l ed Tuesday from a ten day's : Dutton owns a handsome home at

'r structure being erected on the lotsouth Jacksonville and their old home at that place and they will spend the

\ i of the market. Gainesville.Mrs. winter there. Come and Buy Your Winter Supply ofISIIOESII

Mr*. Burtz, of Ozello, who spent F. G. McMullen, of Eden, I Mrs. Morgan C. Looney and little

j' ttrnlval week in Jacksonville, returned after a brief visit in Ocala with Mrs. son, George, left Tuesday for Jacksonville I

{,; home Saturday. ,! R. R. Carroll left Tuesday for a visit I to be present at the marriageof I
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I'r I Mrs. Looney's sister, Miss Alma
at Citra. -
;x: Mr. W. F. Foxworthof Dunnellon, f to relatives
Xelson to Mr. Oliver Carl Neal, which
*M registered at the Montezuma Hon. E. H. Mote, of Leesburg
takes place at the bride's home in

t Wednesday. passed through the city Wednesday that Wednesday night AT

? route home from a tripto
afternoon en ------
*b. Montezuma new has a page 1u Know. What You are Taking

f1 and a half and sometimes two pagesof Montgomery, Ala. When you take Grove's Tasteless THE BOSTON

f of arrivals.dally. 315 Acres of Fine Land For Salt. Chill Tonic because the formula is STOREI

11 Well timbered, well located. Titles plainly printed on every OWe showing
It. Mr.J. O. Sb&w, of Fayetsville, N. rerfect. Write to J. E. Waters, that it !is simply iron and quininein

Gt ,is ft visitor to this section and a Ocala, Fla., or J. A. Waters, Croom, a tasteless form. No cure no '

iciest of the Montezuma. Fh. 10 9 3m I. pay, 50c. T --. _4"s Y

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I to have enacted into law this* policies THE SOUTH VINDICATED AT LAST. I -= 1-1

( BOPEN[N LETTERI[ [ _
Readyto- that he tells the people that he I {.
"favori" and 'stands" for. ''That Th United StAte government has! I'm Going Back Home ,

. h*," senator Taliaferro, "has! said that recognized Panama as a de facto
Tells About Political Somer
Wear. he stands for the election of United government. The telegram! to Viet- Nothing: Doing Here i in Florida'a

saults of Jennings.fl States senators by a direct vote of thepeople Consul Ehrmao, at Panama _i\f rw- t )a

but that he has Dt"tr"oteci lug him of the fet I. if dated Lack
The handsomest line Since Pittman A 500 har ,
I RED HOT RO ST. for such a I.ropo:,itiou." This is a forty two yean and with a change !
of Ladies' ready made ed that bi
( f :i ;? line vf ire jl. "t'r, ;
I of and which
very unfortunate subject for the s"\- only a uatnnow : then
Dress Skirts and They have aU kurip .,t ,.. I
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Says the Governor Opposed Railroad error to have opened. There IS a )U'!.I ni*k- 110 da..g. in any principle > ? I. r"

Walking Skirts ever Commission. Free Silver Plank Teat difference between what (jov.nmn IIJ"ohoedOoul..& snake e .r-tnely 4 and none of thrtn an f t//L. ... 1

shown in Ocala. Prices a and Primary Election Sj stem. J'- s "favors" and his action iufere-ti'Ji reading: ; Her I* 'i-! telegram \\ arm" brand. Any t f t.t, .. : .

are S1.!5, SL50, ia.-)Oup+ to S3..O. John S. Beard, of Per siicola, fires upon those measures that he i>she with the slight changesug....'. ( <>f their ppiendid *f' I n a j

*., hotshot at (rtl\. Jennings in a reCent "fivers.? ed : nil trouble keepit: .,* N' ,

READY: MADE letter ia the Journal, of thai In his! recent "platform" Gor. Jennings an The apparently people of oaaiumoai the southern: moveiitntd..sOlredtheir states hsvi. b: i is m-ce,! ary for huaaliu i I. .. .

city. Mr. &aNlI.wong other things, says "I favor the tuactuieat political connection with the rn.tcd b,- ill this world.That's .

has the following to sy: of a law requiring the nomination sutc.ol, America and resdmrd their .ndcpcnd- h.-atinQ.ea aifNrir. 1
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enc when >OCU are ati-neJ that a ic: WvtugOTcmaicat
SHIRTWAISTS. To Democratic People! of the of candidate for the Tinted
the a repubUcaa:: ill Arm, aswithuot
Get cur prices anti i sty tl<.- qualify t., It,. ,
from its : has r.: -
sub-tantial opposition own peopc: J
Mate: of Florida: States senate to be made by primary
been: established: ::1 the southern states. you and we will be satisfied! with rh r.-ur.: ?
There three candidates asking election." I find 7&4 of tilt ... .
IJPricesGc are on page iiiccttr into rcutioni: Kith u a the responsible

I:;: ., the suffrages of the democratic votersof House Journal for 1:>95 that H'.u-f govcrnmeat: of the territory and look to it : j. A. PITTMAN & SON. ;
.. 50c. i>c. lor all due action to protect the persons and j
) this state m the ltf>4 primary, for bill .No. 30, \ bill to be entitled an property of citizens of the United Sates. 1 OLD BAZAR BU ILDIN(;. nr.\.A| t' t
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/, ; up to S2.50.See the nomination to the senate of the act to provide for the holding of pri The only change:: made in the telegram '1---_ -- - f

' United Scales-two southern gentle. mary elections by political parties or of the state department to Vice- r
ourCloaks -
men and Gov. William Sherman association in the state of Florida Consul Ehrman was made by substituting
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; Jennings. and for the conduct and managementof the word ":'5oatbt'roratt'lO" --- ;

and If Gov. Jennings is correctly re- the same, and to punish frauds in two plane for the words Republicof Have :you seen our J

(i1 Jackets.FIEHEL juried in the public press, be said in therein" was put upon its passage, Panama, and the United States of BABY OSTRICH: JCS .1

his speech at DeFuniak on the 29th and that it passed the home by a vote America for the R-puolic of C"lombia. r

ultimo: "I would' like to have the of 3$ to IS; but "Mr. .Speaker" Jennings The right of a j :ople to secede

public just put the last two democratic is not recorded as having voted and set up a government of their own <. jl

latfrni3: in one column, and Senator for this measure" which he tells! u- he is reroKUized, and w* do no: think J JS r"1.. ,f
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Taliaferro's record in another and "favors," when be is asking the votes there are niiuy ititelient: men north i j i-y : :
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I eowparethem. If there is: anything of democrats in a primary election or south fA h", will !hold that, other I L 1i :: :" Ir ,'. P j
I 1 j jcircumtauces < "" %):.jf.,. r
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in common bttwe-n them I hive for the nommuioa to the United I being the stcie, the .. <11J : I .
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It ii an iu-ut! to the intelligence, I' Turninbd to page ..1 of rue I j i/hether the name of the receding :ri:_. ''- ];' .. ;1 .. 1f.f ; V.#- _, ;ee'1._' t" t4"I. 1,

morality and patriotism of the democracy journal I find that "Mr. -peaker'\ 1 section ii spelled S-o-u-t-h or ,. ,.. .. '" VI "_)1" '. j
Davidson
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111'!!. El more and I.it.y I / .t :
of this tate for G IV. J 'lIuin:{,, Jennings na, ia the chair, answered I ?.a-n-a-m-a. i 1
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after visit with relatives tbb :
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a city with the record that he has i tehiud the roll aud when The has claimed be ,..- -' ij '
: to call was prr eut I president : to .. t.\ .:, ;! l .. f
returned to her home at L ee.burbaturday -" .' ..... .
< < him and with him attack! senator the taken this .oth southern and northern and has .. 1fI.J., ,it' ,
a to vote \a- upon wt-a ure'l : .. ..--_- r'-'j.. ._. 4, -
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afternoon. .
Taliaferro, or any oue else, JOS having I assert without fetr of successful down much pride in the fact that .. .;t/ !

had the mint record lacuuMs'ent: with the: last contradiction: that though ")lr. I the blood of the two sections flows
Mr. Nathan Mayo "r- They are very interesting, as also our hn; -h",.k IIf j
two federal democratic platforms. Speaker" Jenniagsdid not m in his veins. Ills
: equal parts
tune to have his store at utnmer- Ostrich Feather Plumes
pass'tge'I [fall length.
fielJ robbed s-veral nuhu &.gf). Th If the "public" were to take G.v. he was bitterly oppo e,I to the northern blood: must, in some way, {1 I
Boas ph( to &0 inches) Tips and ex'jut-itf ,a.f al. r. : ..
Iheief secured about $25 W!) or :30.0). Jeuniugs' record aud eompire: it with of this measure, wllich he .o highly I have escaped! for he is now evidentlya catalogue is yours fur the a..klD p"

those fwo, platforms, the "putlic" "favors." southerner of the southerners. THE
Mr>. J. B. Idler? ano little sou, of FLO.IDI! ( OSTRICH FIRM hjc. i
would see thai there is not ouly noth- THE CONVENTION OF Is&Q. \ There are few southern men who ,

Fernandiua, arrived ia Ojala Friday ing "m common between them," but Though: I have not l>een able to e- ) would have asked for such a flatfooted Jacksonville, .. .. ,....

and are the guests of !'Ir!!. .tilers' cure any record of the proceedingofthestateccnventim I
that they are absolutely antagonistic. indorsement of secession.
mother, Mrs. :;. E. \\'attfruan.Ir i that convened at d I
RECORD AS SPEAKFK. I I iOt But now, since the south baa cap- --- --

) < A. H. Marsh and little son returned It is a well known fact to all who .1Ja. in JUDe, 1S95, 1 have a very tured the United States, we feel generously -
distinct recollecthii that there
Sunday from a visit to Mrs, are conversant with the political history was; inclined. Of coarse, all histories

Mar+h's pirents Dr. and Mr<: Hy. of Florida, and the factions into introduced in that convention a re-(1- will hereafter make Davis and ..? S I

lution the nomination of I .
. Itobiuson in J ck- uville. which the democratic party has been I demanding Lee and Johnston the patriots. We

divided for the past: twelve y Ears, that I United States senators by primary have insisted that they were all the
Mr. James Brooks came iu from election. The line
were fcharplydrawn
: Gov. Jennings was made speaker of I time, but while the president has decided
Cotton Plant::tiitunia and spent the between what was popularly;
the house of representatives ot thelegislature I that Lincoln! and Grant: and
in Ocala. Mr Brooks will have a I known atbt. 1 B r2'c
day of this state in 1&95 by the {'orp ration gold" and ,I Shrmau were iron?, we hope be

1"itJlJr. with the Central National j I and the "anti-corporation free silver" I
corporate interests, because of his will not Ii.J.r their ruouvt-. They
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h r. T b a
BauL' faction the former
opposing and the
well known sub, those I
interest
;ervieney to may have thou<:nt then were right ,
Mr. J. D. Mooo, of the Pao-phate I latter advocating the pa-.ageoftberesolution I r
ademonstrated when
; a member I i! \\ e il', not harne'ny! : imnht-rn Turn ri

City, Wag a pleasant l caller at the of the house. in 1 93.1 h, **ndefeated.. (jov. Jen-I'i,I for 'be part be Iwk in the 'ival W"r, i S katytt iL

Banner office Monday, and the speaker of the house he left tbe chair. niJb, though not a delegate! to, was provided t br wag JOt inhumane, no i I I f iioTONI PELLETS

Wetkly Banner will keep him po ed to light!!: the railroad commission" bill, in attendance upon, the convention. matter hog misguided he may have

on county, state and foreign news for and on page 357 of the Journal of It i is scarcely coueeivaUe that any one j I Deeu.-TimesUaiou.. I t i 1 t- rant r t .: 1la nr. (J .r P I .'

r the coming year. Proceedings of the house" of representatives of his "political activity" should not j, j t Ti:: Pellets r+a y a +t ra .... f rr ..e r
I Disastrous Wrecks.Caiei'surns .
vet of W alit{ ? JBRuu
s for 1S9-5,1 find that ilr. Jennings have taken hides upon this rt&olutiou,
Mr. Allen Holton will appear at which aroused considerable factional I ; ire-p'>nsit,!e for manya : :G. G0. % ''" 1Ts 1
iutiodu.-ed, as an amendment railway wreck and the
some calm-es
the Marion house on Thanksgiving -
. opera to the railroad commie.'-iou bill, the feeling If my memory is correct so; I are making Luuiau wrecks of i-uf- I
; nibht in "Pyzmalionl and II
following viz: "Provided, That the to this resolution, will GO{. Jennings j i ferers from Tnroit aud Lung troubles. II kiss
, Glatea.'' The entertainment will be inform the democratic 1: But Sine the advent of Dr. KIU,'s II I
provisions of this bill shall not in anywise people. as to
" given for tbe benefit of the Marion i 1 j New Di--overy fur CouumptionCouzhs I
, apply to the'count of Hl"rnau- his position' in reference to the re- )lu. j I
county hospital.Ml ., ; acid Colds, even the trout I
,, do, in the state of Florida." I am tion? When we remember ?fr. Jnniusv 1 cases eau lIt cured and hopeless resH i I w

t \ -* Agues llOjjer: pa.-ed through charitable enough to the intelligence political afliliatiou-i. and that ; 1gnali"u LO longer nee-<-Kr>. Mrj.j .

t tile city Monday afternoon on her of "Mr. speaker" JeuuiLi-s to believe his friend-, the dotuiutut f>-tiou, j Lois Cragi, of Dorche-ster, ,U,;."., i> I.

that and defeated one among whose" life was I POST k way to her home at Sit. Petersburg that he kne* that no county c-ouM be opposed this re"o- i j many e ;

F after a week's visit to Jacksonville. exempted: 1, by such an amendment toa lution, nominated :!r. Jennings Moue '< saved! by Dr. King's/ New Discovery. -u ------ ,.
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This great remedy i!! jruarau'enj f 'r i
r Miss Rogers; ii one of the leaning general law, from the operation of of the presidential! elector, it is i all throat and lung di-eo-es by AntiMonopoly '

{r west coast candidates for commissioner that l Uw; and that he only introduced safe to conclude that :Mr.: Jennings I Drug fetor* and T,)diogsA More Than a ';1 f

to the World's fair at St. L'tul l. amendment to further convince was in sympathy with that faction in Co. druggist. Price ;50c. and $1.00. f

those whose influence had made him its opposition to this rei-olution. The I Trial bottle free. m
The Plant System Medical and 1
Surgical Association recently held a "speaker," that he was set resenting political record of Mr. Jtnnings e.1 Judge P. Wo-xUoa White, ,fQuinsy $ MILLION DOLLARS $
f
their interests" and cot tbe interests" tablishes the fact that Le has always' is
" meeting in Jacksonville.. Dr. R P. in Citra visiting his brother
and welfare of the manes ot the peo opposed) those measures that the Mr. A.
IzUr, formerly of this city, is presi C. White. Judge White
pIe of the state of Florid\ For some democratic people have wanted, if H oue of the met remarkable men in of Florida Capital guarantees ; i
and is said
dent of the association! to ,
interesting and instru.-live read. opposed" by the interests I
very corporate t
Florida. He iS3 old but standsas this '
l. Lave made a masterly address. Dr. years
ing as to "Mr. Speaket"Jennings and and when the people have !;u"Ctecldiu pure vegetable
erect as a fla. and is alert and
pole
J. H. Pittman, chairman of the arrangement ; !
committee called the his position. in reference to this bill, I securing such measures either as active. He wiiuet-sea the famous remedy cure or 1
association *
refer to page 564 and oOoof the House laws or fixed party policies, and Gov. J
cavalry drill of troop C in Jacksonville back.
t together.
s Journal! for 1895. Gov. Jennings is Jennings! wants office, he "favors" money .
. 1. and though he had a box seat

Miss Nellie Hooper has been qui!'e also reported in the public press, assaying uch measure It i is so about the stood up through the whole performance J._ .;.......& -

r tick for tbe past week at the home oft in his speech at DeFuniak, on "free coinage of silver." It is so Cures
and cheered the splendid riding : ,
her sister, Mrs. J. R. Moorehea, in the Snh ultimo, that Senator Taha- about the railroad commission bill
and difficult feats with as muchentituism
I this city, but we are glad to learn ferro is continually talking about It is so about primary nominations. Catarrhal atfectiou of the
of those .
as any present.Not nasal passages, brouchia!
. that she is now greatly improved. what he "favors" or what he "stands" JOHN ri. BEARD.
I tubes, lung-, kidur)*. r
i, Miss! Hooper has been compelled to for but that he never takes any steps Wanted. a Sick Day Since. bladder and tumaib: ;: *# p,
"I was taken severely tick with
. give up her school at Marietta on aCcount Also
Fifty men to work at mill and m kidney trouble I tried all sorts of
r of her ill health but she will
go farm.
, Get the Most medicines, none of which relieved
to Jacksonville as soon as she is sufficiently Also a good sawyer who can run a me. One day I haw an ad. of your

recovered and will remain Out of Your Fond Veneer machine. Apply to Electric Bitters and determined to

- there for the winter. You don't and can't if your stomach J. B MALLOY, try that. After taking a few doses I 1'jNervous /' :

is weak. A weak stomach does not di- 1113 60d. Anthony, Fla r felt relieved, and soon thereafter was Indigestion

[ er.! Theodore Carroll, representing. entirely cured and have not been
y
, gest all that is ordinarily taken into it. ,
t the Armour Company, of Jacksonville It gets tired easily, and what it fails to Mule For Sale. biok a day since. Neighbors of mine Consumption, or any elks) 'tiiTr ,

has been spending some days digest is wasted.Among A good, medium size mule, nine have been cured of rheumatism, neuralgia seaseof the ruueuou
i the signs of a weak stomach years old. Has been well treated and liver and kidney troubles and memhr nt- .

J here and has made trips to various are uneasiness after eating, fits of ner- lain good condition. T.T. Munroe, general debility." Thii is what B. F. i
i parts of the county. He bays there is eons headache, and disagreeable belch at the bank. dawlt t
--__ Ba*). of Fremont, N. C. writes. Only
[ more land under fence and ready for ing."I hare taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at Fer Sale. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store:

cultivation in Marion than there has different times for stomach troubles, and a Thirty five acres rich hammock Tydings & Co.
run down condition of the system and have land Ocala. '
near Twenty As Tonic
been at any time for the past thirty been greatly benefited by its use. I would under fence and for acres a c
ready immediate
not be without it in my family. I am troubled -
E' years. At one time a number of especially in summer with weak stom- cultivation. Good for trucking of all For Sale.
kinds. at this it gives appetite, builds furJCTtrkLD Orax Ds
Apply office.
Mr. Carroll lived in Ocala ach and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla 1011
years ago invaluable." EB.HiCKMAS. W.Chester Pa.Hood's Beautiful home; splendid fruit the system, banishes! that ,
and has been a regular visitor here This is your chance to get the best tired r
and trucking lands, also fine stock feeling, makes the
Sarsaparillaand
,11C1L50tYAlt ftA 1i
, grade of nice match teams of mules.
since that time aud knows whereof he cattle. weak strong and happy.
Pills All guaranteed, will he here several

speaks. He says Marlon county is Strengthen and tone the stomach and days. Prices reasonable. W. A. 11 13 It' 3. d. CW2SS: --

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f VOL. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1903 ;


r f. --'WHY WE WERE I Miss Weathers Entertains. FIRST T0STE OF ICE CRE IM.

ttEOU RELIABLE One of the very pleasant events of S. A. STANDLEY,
NEVER MAILED.
I the past week was the party given by Introduction of the Frozen Mystery

A k Large Crowd Was Present at the Miss Esther Weathers. Friday evening Created Much Fun. S. A. t

epos w Entertainment Monday complimentry to Miss Bullock and The fis t ice ream ever sold as a
Night.
A delightful Miss Marie Bullock and their fiances, regular article of commerce was shipped 3

entertainment was Mr. McKean and 'Mr. Miller. Boston merchant named
by a
given at the residence Livery I
of Mr. audMrs.Clareuce :
The guests included the bridal party Tudor, iu IbOo. He sent load to
Camp Monday night. A
and several special friends of tne Martinique.Mrs. .
large sized audience was present and
ill hostess. Alexander Hamilton bad the We the
expressed themselves as very carry most
Progressive whist was played until first ice cream in the city of Washington. J
greatly pleaded with the program. line of Harness !
rile 12 o'clock. The prizes, a handsome She used to tell with amusement :- ,
entertainment took place in the
tI l pair of silver scissors and silver cork of the delight with which in central Florida, and ;
large dining room, which is admirably ,
screw, were won by MissPiatt and President Andrew Jackson first tastedit.
adapted to this kind of an a8 ir. our patrons the very

A temporary stage had been erected Mr. Helvenston. I prices. We are
At twelve o'clock lunch was servedin Guests at the White House reception
and the
room converted into thea
a
1 the, dining room, twenty-eight were treated tothe frozen mysteryand equipped for fitting out

I Absolutely Pur&UU tre.The flint number on the programwas being seated at the table. The centerpiece great was the fun of the initiated tine and lumber teams,

was a cut glass owl filled with when reluctance of
i iI i P 1 E I S N O S U a S'I i T L f r "Hiawatha," played by the white roses. others to tbey taste saw the ins cold stuff. Those wagons, etc. cal

Ocala Mandolin Club. They also
A great deal of ivy, which signifies from the rural districts especially, first
rendered several other selections dur- We always keep on hand
SUZiSXTS EiSSIS. Loral Editor good luck to bridal couples, was used eyed it suspiciously, then melted

ing the evening. in the various rooms and the score Buggies, and "White |
;;- each spoonful with the breath before
"Why We Were Never Married"was
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.i cards were hand painted ivy leaves.At swallowing it. The next tiwe they North Side Court J
then presented: by seven girls Jj
1 a the conclusion of the supper the. had chance they ate -it with great Jj j j
and seven boys.
I i i BOD. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, ia in health of the two couples was drunk, delight. !
The young ladies were dressed aa j
several toasts being proposed. The late Senator John M. Palmer
dil. .
the I
. L typical' old maids and the young Ij j
: ',t. )It.E. E. Cllne, of Auburndale, waiu men as old bachelors and each gave Miss Weathers' party was a most used to like to tell about the first time Next to I

I the city Monday. happy one and greatly enjoyed by the ice cream was etrved in (Springfield: ,
his aDd her reason for never having
. fortunate guests,who were Miss Lena the capital of Illinois. I
I married. There were all sorts of ex- Comes His !
D. A. Clark and baby
& and Mrs.
Mr Bullock Miss Marie Bullock, Mrs. F. At an evening party it was passed

pent Monday in the city. cubes-one's lover died, another's L. Watson, Mrs. 8. T. Sistrunk, Miss around in small saucers. In the process And for this il
parents objected, another's lover went reason 1
, Alice Bullock, Miss Johnnie Liddou, of the hostess had t
freezing gotten
is to be formulated heavy cold suit of
,
Jiut how a platform away and never returned and so on \1
Miss Edith Piatt, Miss Emily Ford, little salt into the cream and as no able of
'r In the primaries baa not yet and one old maid was candid enough many [ It
I Miss Violet Harris, Miss Valeta Pot- one had- tasted it before- it was thought' weather. We have ;
bMDMttled.Mr I to confess tl.at she 'never had a .
ter, Miss Sara Harris, Miss Hattie I to be the proper flavor. An old statesman UNDERWEAR \1

*. Newcomb Barco, of Fellow chance." The play winds up very Dye. Mensrs. O. R. McKean, C. V.Miller when asked how he liked the \ high either, which

ship, spent Monday chopping! in the happily by the bachelors proposing to C. L. Sistrunk: S. E. Hiller, I I new dish said : "I'd like it better if I will drop in our
the old maids and all I
being
accepted.
citj. .... J. H. Taylor, Ben Rheiuauer, J. H. it were either sweet or salty: but I our stock we have I
They then leave the to the
Mr. Charles W. b&ibold, of Hagere- stage Mathews, E. T. Helvenston, Stephen don't think the mixture B very ap- of anything in our f .
trains of the wedding luuidi playedby
town, Md., is in the city and a guest Jewell, (:. H. Ford and Dr. W. H. petizing." Imagine! the feelings of

at the Montezuma. .Miss Kate Gitiisby.: Powers. the poor hostess, when she discovered The W J
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1 Those! taking part in the play were
that her mueh-vauut d new desert I
, Mr. ClArk Hunt, a prominent young Miss Eloise Miller, Miss Gertie Peyser\ JUST WHAT YOU NEED. I! Opera
i had been full of salt, and no one knew I
.' man of Jacksonville, spent t Sundaywith :; )1J ka Jessie Palmer, Miss Annie May I I
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver enough to tall her of the accideut.
friends in this city. stanclley Miss Pauline Sullivan, Mice;
J JTIIE
Tablets.
Alice Bullock, Miss Violet Hairis, A Policamin's Testimony.

Mr. Carlisle is convalescing bO Messrs. Clifford Ayer, Clitloid Anderson When you feel dull after eating. J. X. Patterson, uight policeman of t
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rapidly that he was able Monday to ,Troy Hall, lien Condon, Arthur When you have no appetite. Nashua, la writes: "La t winter I .

tAke a carriage drive. When you have a bad taste in the had a bad. cold on my lungs and triedat .c'.o"t.c'.o"t ,'
Clark, John Sullivan and Emmett !
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mouth. least a half dozen advertised cough
Mr. M. 8. Moser! of Cottage Hill, Robinson.A Jllt'dieiuf'and bad treatment from I r
When liver is Cuisine first
attended duet by Mj Jessie Palmer jour torpid. ::
tnl Sunday in Ocala anti piano to physicians without getting any

teric at the Christian church. and Miss EloIse Miller! and apiano I When your bowels ale constipated. benefit. A friend recommended 1
When have headache. audTuraud thirdsof .'
you a Fjley's Honey two
solo by Miss Pejser were greatly en. Refurnished
Mrs. W. B. Holley has returned joyed. When you feel bilious. a bottle\ cured me. I consider it

from Atlanta. She left her little ton most They will improve your appetite, the greatest cough and lung medicinein
t Miss Minnie Gauisby ling "
the world. Postollice drug store.inOranges
there to treated_. by Dr. Calhoun.\ beautifully, "Oh! That We Two cleanse and invigorate your stomach,
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*, and regulate the liver and bowels. Around Melrose.
I; i PANSY 1)LASTS-1UIMJO< tine plants; Were a Majuig": by Nevm. Price 25I'r box. For stile l y all :\ -
We had the of meeting .
hundred.L pleasure -
15 dozeu $1.10 several
cents per ; per Mr. Albert ( rig saUl coon druggists i and medicine dealers, m
1 IO.l-m OCALA GHEEXiiorsE.H songs rough to the delight of the Mr.( J. A. Kin? of Orauge Heights, 1 I
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f and Anderson General Bullock Injured. Saturday and he informed us I thatthegr"ves I
f Juan Hardy Pittman j audience and Mr.: Cliflord;
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around :Melrose Lake'' Tel
Us
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gbaby daughter, of Jacksonville, are I sang, "Ahleep' in the Deep." Monday morning General Bullock

the guests of Mr. and )Irli. J. A. Putmm. The recitations of Iii Bernice was thiown from his horse and seriously SantaFe are being rapidly reclaimedand

injured. He was driving a this year there is considerable
Mark and Miss Leafy Sylvester were

DIn.J.IV. Pearson, Miss Alta Pearson very pleasing features of the evening. cow, when the animal made a sudden activity in the packing houses. Furniture !
D. E. Maxwell of the Seaboard -
Capt. ,
Mrs. George Pasteur; who has a turn and the horse the general was
Anderson
aud Mi s Marguerite&
Air Line railway, has a prettygrove
beautiful rich soprano voice sang riding turned as quickly, breaking
visit toE
returned Sunday from a short
in that vicinity, and this year
> exquisitely. This was the first time I I the saddle girth and throwing him And we will

E i Holder. that .Mrs. Pasteur has sung since violently to the ground and he rolled he will ship fifteen hundred boxes. but wanderings of

; 1[ I n. Henry W. Little went to returning to Ocala and she made a some distance down a hill. The fall Mr. King has just purchased an have furniture troubles (

1 [ Orlando Monday to address the clergy spleudid impression. was very painful and the shock severe abaudoued hundred acre grove on the easy pelled.it is Come to furnish around y .
I and and when General Bullock same lake and will take immediate
thne OQ the "Church Social All of the performers was repeatedly was without much advance -

( IoliulItrlal l Question" encored and the entire entertainment taken home and medical assistance steps! to reclaim it. you desire it) on the

iC i was excellent. The concluding I summoned it was discovered that one The orang fever i is running high than other houses will
; )Ir.M. lltufihton aud lion, Mala re- I again. To be convinced
instrumental solo, and perhaps three of his rios were
tuned Sunday from Jacksonville. Mrs. number was an ---,.- theorist call and see
Xevin's "Good Night," by Miss Violet broken. Best Liniment on Earth.J. .
Utuchton will remain with relatives
This is the second time that Gen-
4s 1& Harris. M. Mcllatey, Greenville, Tex.,
i i that city for nome" time.
J 1 Mrs. Camp neatly and nicely eral Bullock was ever unhorsed aud writes, Nov. 2d, 1900: "I had rheumatism

1 !I The beautiful residence of Senator thanked those who participated in he would not have been this time had last winter, was down In bed

j! iHuilck at West Palm Beach was the entertainment and those whoattended. not the saddle girth broken. We six weeks: tried everything, but got J. A.
no relief, till a friend gave me part of
hope that the general will be laid up
Friday
f hta111 destroyed by fire early of a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini

th: 1 f toornln It wa* one of the most I The proceeds of the entertainment for only a feda's.. ment. I used it, and got two more n.uau 'n.invc..
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lutlful homea at that place and a will be added to the steadily growing Stepped Against a Hot Stove.A bottles, It cured me and I haven'tfelt
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f gnat deal| of the furnishings, iucludtucrtllm I fund for the new pipe organ for the child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson, recommend any rheumatism Snow Liniment since.to I be can the

I aud bric-a-brac, was
rate church.
Baptist when getting his u.ual: Saturday I best liniment on earth for rheuma- OCALA
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$leo Bewari: $lOll night bath, stepped back against a I

for The readers of this paper will be red hot stove which burned him se : neuralgia pains rub in Ballard's f
If the purchase of a ripe organ I Snow Liniment, you will not sutler
there is at least The child was in great
to learn that verely. agony
j the Baptist church U going to result pleased long, but will be gratified with a I

I t to ritberiug together among ourjotioi one areaded disease that science has and the mother could do nothing to speedy and affective cure. 5c. oOe.

pacify him. Remembering that she and $l.OO at Anti-Monopoly Drug
1 f people no much beauty and wBtucb been able to cure in all its stages and
had a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Store. m giiiif !
; J talent, hUtriouic, musical and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Balm in the house, the thought she Beautiful Flowers. f
tb. the positive cure known to the
J } rwU#, M wu assembled at I is the only
l x fcwne of M r. and lrII. Clarence Camp medical fraternity. Catarrh being a would try it. In less than half an Ocala ought to be proud of her

I constitutional disease, requires a con hour alter applying it the child was greenhouse. Just now the flowersare -
4 )
itttd that
; nilbt, the wish Is general
4r stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh quiet and asleep, and in less than two blooming most luxuriantly and i
ID the churches In the city shall is taken internally, acting
Cure weeks well. Mrs. Benson is a The
I was are lovely beyond description.
1
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organ* t> purchase. directly upon the blood and mucous
a de. well known resident of Keller, Va. chrysanthemums, roses and carnations
tl surfaces of the system, thereby
ci I 2' J'-J.h H. Thorn, of Fort McCoy, i stroying the foundation of the dis- Pain Balm is an anteseptic liniment are as large and fragrant.as any

t last$13sIngrreubatkrfour W bills, ease, and giving the patient strength and especially valuable for burns, that are grown in the state. -

f r I 8JltbllU, and one $o bill with a by building nature up the in constitution doing its work.andassisting i cuts, bruises and sprains. For Besides cut flowers the greenhouse -.---

; .t- receipt l from W. H. McConn for $3 The proprietors have so much faith sale by all druggists and medicine t people have all manner of pot plants

\ "rarr.-d round them. Lost in the in its curative powers, that they offer dealers. m 1 and palms for sale. \ T ,

f : head from Ft. MrCnyl h. Silver One Hundred Dollars for any case Mrs. Mary E. Gainey, aged sixty :1 Messrs. Heinz and Schneider now C V. OR !

I r I'prh' I' to (kal, on Wednesday p.m. that it fails to cure. Send for list of I years, matron of the Confederate I have charge of the business. Both of .. .. _......-.A A.A I

. k + : Ott :\ A liberal reward will be testimonials. Address, Home in Jacksonville, died suddenly. these gentlemen are splendid'floristsand For 28 Years Has
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. I I BOLA
NW Thursday afternoon, the cause of her I are accomodating and pleasantr
f to to116w2t
I J finder returning same Sold by Druggists. 7e.Hill's I Prepared br- ++
t; 'WDff Family Pills are the best. death being heart failure. gentlemen to deal with.




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mJ, CKSO VILLE CARNIVAL. 1 The Approaching Double Wedding. "HARD FIGHT BUT Salvation Army. incident t!;

The double weddinsj of Min j Ltra I entered my offi *' ou<- ror.iiiu to j

o- Jacksonvilleearuivrl Bullock to Mr. G lIre UolJinOnMcKean Jin J a very worn tnii travr-i .l1ill..1

Tad promoter deserve great praisj for its May and MissJM: :rie Maxwell I LOST,n' AID PARKS 1, *nderer awaiting *uH- lots been Darac arnph I 1 l

won Itrful su'X.ern. Buliock to Mr. Charles Yroman :Miller : '1 1 rook ever since tie II \II t> -'i old:

Th'a weak his been the greatest in which il to take place at the Biptist Walking Delegate Sentenced ; nough to gain his living, auJ iiaviug Relieves Irutantl7 or Money Refuc CL i

church on the evening of November I mad uo home JDtl-i-uce: eseep, that
Jacksonville' history. :
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to Sing Sing Prison. \
The attnuiions have been of a high eighteenth will be one of the I i;I hich was evil, he followed the wrouu Itching, Bleeding Piles, J

delighted. mist important eventsj in Ocala's MUST SERVE TWO YEARS. I Ii i u"t'f". ilhfu'!,' ia his own ruin. IIt"a. ." II
and visitor
order was
every I i Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding.! Allays aI
visited the Englishand social calendar this: year. u-verd' oe hoae 'ork lu his .I
A great WiUY Samuel Parks: Convicted of Extrtin: : I Inflammation It Cools. It Soothes. It Cure*.
jutted States war-.hips.! I The church will be beautifully decorated ;iiir. With .<<> trad?, no character, noreferetift
Money From Employers, Makes I' Sold only In 15c., SOc. & $1.00 Bottle. A m a' g.4 f n4....
The drills of the ar"idery and Company for this oee ..=ion and after ?>, m friewliii *'ita a I I
Statement to Newspaper Men Before -
C of the finite States: Jtroops the ceremony a reception will be TllUlUtl 1.a.t, ataiupr-l OJ hH flCf, i FOR SALE BY ANTI-MOw lGL'1: DRUGSTORE.'
Leaving for Prison.
do not a-iuately express the meal given the bndil party at the nome of *hm his mousy wts gut u.'trr he j -

!log of tb> e wonderful exhibitions. the brides'parent*, Juogani Mrs. 'xe'G York, NOT .-Before he 1- mad l'tcu lischir4'i from prison, the i ivntl
his cell here to begin serving a two lat Ii
From start to finish the horseman.( W. r'. Bullock. years' eaieace: in Sing Sing for extortion 'Nk was uu
bp! of the cavalry drill is as wonderful Mrs. F. L. Watson will act as of money from employers. Samuel this point a pii'euauatrl the I .

ind thrillia,.? athe performances matron-of-bonor for Miss Bullock and Parks. ex-Talking delegate of local p:1rt..f fete aid r lit hits iu, nut be. I
Housesmtths and Bndgemea's
Miss Alice Bul- tausbe hft < uiuniUted nay crime, ROYAL RESERVE
of Buffalo Bills Wild Weal Show her youngest sister, union, called! about him a number oJ tt' .

and was one <>f the most pleasing lock, will ba her ouid-of-honor. The I newspaper men to bid them :iarc"ell hut (., preveut bias (rum doing so. i faitg

features the caruival. bridesmaids will be Miss Esther In doing so. he made the lolloping Tint! night when the door of his 1

The "Last Daya of Pompeii" is the Weathers, Miss Edith Piatt, Miss statement: cell clanged behind him, a deep realization -
"It's only taken little more than seven Four Quarts
name as hit given at Omey Island Valeta Potter and Messrs. F. L. Watson years for them to get me here Ii of hid failure swept over him. Delivered.STRAUSS', $3 50

which attracted millions Jof spectator C. H. Lloyd, J. H. Taylor, J. H. ha.s been a hard fight, and I've lost; "Prison, prison, is it always and fi'r-

tha:'s all. I'm down, and out, and I
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to be he and 1
during the past season and is bthe\1iil and C. L. Sistrunk will be ever prison groaned, at
know when 1're got enough. Ill be
inl' Its lurid Mr. McKtan'a throwing himself on bis knees, for f fY"
awe groomsmen.
always inspiring forgotten in loss than a year, exceptby
magnificence. Miss Marie Bullock will have as h-r some of the boys. Otherwise, there the first time in his life, be prayed. .

The attraction on the Grand Prom maron-or-honor, her couinIr;: :!. J. was some good in me. and I am sorry The next day in court some oue unknown r ;; I Ij
for it. Every laboring man in this! 3 76""Trje
evade included such famous performances B. Hiers, of Feruandina, and as hermaidofhoaor to him said a good word in his

as the "High Dive" from Miss: Johnnie Liddon behalf, and be was discharged. He j ( J

an altitude of eighty feet into depth while the bridesmaids will btthe walked from Boston to New York, and ) Firjest""c; I Ii

cf only four feet of water. This is groom's sister, ails Eloi8li1J: r, when I heard the story told very &1f I

really one of the most nervy acts ever Miss Emily Ford and Miss Violet xi simply his! rough way he said : -- ]a i

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undertaken and it looks like InvitIng Harris. Mr. Miller will have as his "Now, little mother, will you give mea 'Llfi. JV. fiFULL QU AA f. .

death, but it i is gracefully done attendtnts: youngest brother, Mr. I chance? Is there any hope for me?'* :sra u sa et RTS$6, taF !

and up to this time has been without Albert Mill-r and Jems. E. T. Hel-i I Very gladly we bid him welcome. J JIi.

accident. The diver simply falls venston, 8. E. Hiller, Ben Rheinauerj When he left u-; it wa- hard work he .i i

over k'Jrardsand: the di!"tiuce is M' ) and Dr. W. H. loners. j undertook. When the first pay Uy ;

nicely dictated: thit he makes but came he called at my office, co'uiug
Beautiful Clear Slues.Herbioe Every bottle of genuine .l
cue turn in the air audi| strikes the.I. exerts a direct influence on in straight from worK in t ilstliine.lclothing E

water fret for
The p-the-Ioop"j: j is another fug and strengthening these org-in-, marks of toil which mean so muchto

daring performance and Sterns to and maiutainiu< tlu 'u iu a normal ua. As I rose to greet him he Pabst
condition of heal h; thus removing a
overcome the attraction of gravity. clapped! my fingers in his two strong
common eau>e of yellow, moth), :
The bicyclist, when the loop is: made, gre* y skin, and more or less e f hands, and with tears filling his eyes .i

b simply riding head dow'nwl.rd. The pimples, blotches and blackhead.. he said : "Little mother, I just cometo

circle swings on an automatic ar 50c. at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store ui thank you. I can't tell jou what Blue Ribbonbears

ransrement, hich" cloie the loop as Jurors for Circuit Court. I the home has done fur me, but I want

the wheel strikes one part aud re- drawn my comrades, to know I am really
The following names were j I BAMCEL J. PARKS"
levaes the wheel grateful." And he drew from hia
it as soon as pas-ea :
from the jury box Saturday to s-erve country should remember me for years

over it. The uucLiuery is nicely during the first week of tbe December to come. I should be a warning tc pocket a little roll of bills: antI preying the trade-mark "Pabst JIJ H.vaukee" .

) adjusted but if at any time it fails tow them. I'm the victim of a custom that it into my hands, he said : "Thatis
term of the circuit court:
is older than I am, and that is the in red circle. I In :
the
the rider almost I
">rk, : is in fatal the first honest money ever earn \ a
J. O. Dillard, I. P. Stevens: E. W. habit of having money transaction
darer, a* wueu the loop H mide he ed. I want you to use it for the boys
That here
with the
Smith, W. G. Xorsworthy, D. E. employers. put me
of Pabst Beer
is obliged to have M>rne mean of The salvation of the unions lies in who are now where I was once.- making
Davidson, J. B. Brooks, Abe Brown,
t-t>raieaud| the automatic trap pro stopping that practice at once. The .Mrs. Ballington Both in Leslie's
P. A. Fort, Geo. Johns, W. V. Chap- must give up fines, waiting time, back

vii1en this means. On Thursday night pelf!, J, B. Malloy, A. H. Yongue, W. pay for strikes and everything liketha.t. Monthly. __. The barley is right
the failed to work and the rider .
trap That's the loophole through
C. IcCrae, C. B Miller, W. 0. Gal. Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
was hurt though not seriously which this 'grafting' as they call it, The hops are right
traith, M P. Friuk, H. C. ;Morrison, creeps in. The employers never leave and Don't Know it.
Ou Thursday night it i+ estimated
Joe Lucius, B. F. Biker, W. A.Yoii any tracks. I could name 100 em How To Find Out. The water is

that th..rtA't're' twenty thousand :;ue, J. H. C. Dunu, J. N. Mar- ployers here who have made a practiceof Fill: l a bottle or ccrrmon glass with your right
people iu the feudium and five thou- using labor unions against competitors fcarar.d'et l it sand twea-y-four has &
hall J. T. .\. J. VOtl l laU, ft. i.
: app, ;, I know plenty of employes who sc.el.! cr sti The plant is right
saud had to be turiii from the gates I---'f t:==!
savage, B. N. Norris, Thad Whitehead %have made fortunes by the use 01 tIig i:: :cox:: :;..r.wunheahhl ,

a. there were no Heats nor even standIng money on a young fellow, who has ;, t. ; coma .
E A. Smith, G.J B. Chappell { {" :a bdi That's why
n>oiii-jvery foot of ground was never made more than a couple of dollars : ( it
and S. McGehee.One \ Erb ; snsif'
a day, and has been in authority "- ) "' your linen it is
fupied. by his union. 1/ \ r r } evidence cf k'drs ? .... .
Thousands witnes-ed the marriage on the Officer.A I lU t\ J f / trouble: : too
_
number of : r1 t'LJ'i o-r' irsquer.t ces:it to
our citizens had tLe
in Felling's furniture window. The BURNED IN 3ARN. .. /,:
.s .
__ : pass it cr pain in
laugh ou a certain public officer Saturday -----
jirauMPo great that some of the I the tack is alo.3r.7.nDLgprccf
on North :Magnolia! s'reet. A'full" Possible Murder and Arson Laid to l <; ; that the k..cLneys and: blaa-
i women fainted. Firebugs ierare ct cf Cod:..

The Coronation ball: was certainlythe puckethook was laid for a"lirder" Americus Ga., Nov. 9.-A double What to Do.
and crime There 13 eo.- .fort in the knoxie4ge! so
the officer! was the lucky resulting in loss cf life and
most of its
magnificent spectacle often express that Dr Kilnwr's!
SaarnKaot -
kind ever witnessed in this state. The m&u. He gently put it iu his pocket burning property of was the perpetrated large barn here of C.in t\YParrott's Sash. the grsit kidney remedy jifi'b; ever" :
:n cun-2 rheumat-sas: in the
and walked a short distance before he pain
hour of twelve had struck before the
plantation by an incendiary ? c k, kidney=>, liver, bladder: and, every pall
Lord High Chamberlain announcedthe examined it. It was while exaDiiu- James Reddic. a farm hand, who ?! 'i ;Vie ur.HLj-y oasiage. It co:Tecs las.:::, ty
in:.: the contents of his liud that ways slept in the barn, was roasted, :t\\j ruid! xe.:_- ani, swig i : pain in pasi ,g
approach! of the royal party and : '', cr bad effects ,
those standing near gave him the his charred body being found in a fallowing use of liquor j jI
made their *'me or beer, and overcomes that :
the unpleasantr.ece
they appearance same "horse lau h." If section of the! building entirely separated
want to
you keep ef
=sty beg :
ccrr.peiled; to often
: go
as do real kings and queens.! your friend t.I/t't! ak! any ollictr who from Reddick' quarters indicated i:jrr.g tile day, a.d to get up many: tne3G..lns 'e-

The king of the carnival, Mr. Wait it \\ as. possible murder. the nigh The mid: and the cxtra-
All contents of the building, ccnsist, cranny effect! of Swamp.Root is soon
t r: F. Coachman! was! dressed in rich Anxious Mothers ing of 200 bales of hay, four bales oi realized! 't stands: the highest: for its wonderful For Sale by

V and costly satin and ermine robes Some of the most anxious hours of cotton, several hundred bush13 o, cures: cf the most distressing cases.If .
t cotton seed you need a r.eiicme: you should: have the
wagons, buggy and farming
and the queen, Mrs. William! Pruden a mother's life are those when the !test. Sold \by druggists i:1 We. andl. sizes.
implements
Fiiutb, nee Miss May Gamer, one ofJacksonville's little ones of the house-hold have the Officers with dogs was went destroyed. You nay have a same: bottle! cf this STRAUSS & CO.
immediatelyto
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wonderful: f ,
croup. There is no other medicine : disccrery :
charming young bridesof so the scene but failed to strike a and a book that! tells I
elective in this terrible -4 : ;:; ;;,
Ibis season, wore an elegant coatuute malady as trail. more about,bJthsent ( ::;:;" 'fr'; -
Foley's Honey aud Tar. It is i houienold "1' i iO.&O
There
' a was no insurance on the prop absolutely free b/raatl: --
of white satin. Her train, and favorite for throat and erty. address Dr. Kilmer & _
; lung Home ut SwamgPoo.Co.
also the train,of the king, were held troubles,and as it contains no opiates: ., Binghamton, 11.Y. When writing men.tun : Q 0 S aeaO&Oeo..:: 1
reading this generous offer in this paper
Will Send
by handsomely robed little pages. or poisions and can be safely given. Ultimatum.

The King and Queen with their For eale by Post Office Drug Store m Constantinople of the Xov 7.-In consequence d
porte's
reply pleading
courtly' attendants marched to thehrone There were crowds and crowds of the superfluity of a new reform scheme The i TIMBERLANDS.
I
for
.room and _!mounted the dais, Macedonia on the ground that Tur o
people in Jacksonville carnival week key is carrying out the work satisfactory .
where the
king gracefully crowned
but you could scarcely turn a corner it is agreed that Austria and
.
his queen"amidtlt from Russia will Tampa
great- applause, without running against send an ultimatum giving
a candidate.
I all present! and in turn the numerousgut the Turkish government a fixed term We Are In the Market e. ,
Among others there we noted the within which to accept the ;
> made proposalsand
stg obeisance to tbe
,royal following: James P. Taliaferro, John that in the event of another refusal Business College. To Purchase 4Timber- .
( couple and extended their
congratulations to the two ,
powers will
N. C. Stockton take
W. S. Jennings steps -
and beet,wbbea! for a happy,, to compel Turkish action
sweet and prosperous reign. Frank Clerk, J. M Burrs, A. 0. I Lands +I II

Wright, C. L. Fildes, Charles Dough- *- Menace to Society.
Tbe imperial ball then followed and The Colonel-Well, boys, this Is my
VV erty, Frank L. Reese, (who by the last night at the
club. I've
to
got
lasted for several hours.
,
way is not a candidate) Alfred St be a fearful menace to society, sothere's OLDEST LARGEST Grazing Lands :
Foot the -
ball waS main feature of
Clair Abrams, B. F. Kirk, W. M.Holla nothing left for me to do but
ti the carnival Friday and it will closetonight go away and be a hermit for the rest .
way, W. X. Sheatd, J. G. Bpotts. of my life. BEST Groves
# with' the Sharkey- Orange
great :
wool, Pat Murphy, and others The Chorus-Why? :
: Jenkins wrestling bout. The Colonel-Because I've lived here

Tbe carnival not only attracted For 10 long I know everybody's family his .
five
weeksCapt.; H. Welsh
tory.
Applications constantly on
thousands of spectators to the metropolis of this city, has been confined to his The Chorus-What of that? Sr
file ror graduates to fir WE HANDLE FLORIDA PROPERTIES, WE ij ft|(!LADLE
but the
Carnival The Colonel
Association house with a severe attack of cystitis -And. confound it:, I've

got back what they ,expendedand and also other complications.5Though got New Into York the Times.habit of thinking alood. good positions.Address DIRECT FROM THE OWNERS.

'i have a large bank acount to the captain has W
not fully recovered' S
t their credit, and the,hotels, :boardinghouses his friends will be pleased to learn Could Keep m. Secret 0 .
Smith-May I make a confidant of ;
street cars,-. merchants d that he, is now ,oat :of danger, and rout L M HATTON s:

all !lines' of trade' coined barrels o f that hia' physicians" promise that he Jones-Why. certainly. : BIOBSTON{ FENDIG & CO., f

moneysConfetti Smith-Well. I'm hard up and want Tampa, Fla.

''was i very much in'evidenceand l, captain maybe'oilt.1tbitew baa dad a:serious, l3&ys.time of The itand #10.Jones-Yon can trust me. I am as I IFOIEYSfl0KfY I e. Brunswick Georgia. Jacksonville, Fla. 0

put its veto on all form of.dignityand hU silent as the jrrave. I have beard TlllphonIBuil.1illl. Oppotitt Dm,! H -h
recovery is a nutter fur I
or ..con.gratulation. nothing,- Pick-Me-Up. Jm l( : ..

s ushered! in a reign of hilarity. .-Miami Record. forckUi'- *. .gr.. mooprata Ii.1: .......................... J



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.:: -VOL.- d1YVII, NO 16

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1903 DOLLAR A YEAR
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gjgA UZiBETH HABBIS. Local Editor IN HONOR MISSES BULLOCK.Miss AN EXTENSIVE DE0L. Death of Mr. John A. Perdue. I Goelet Wedding Invitations. :. FOR )(E T-One hundred and fifty acres of
land, suitable for trucking or
== Mr. B. T. Perdue received a tele- I The invitations issued by Mrs. I melons mostly under fence one and a half
I miles from court house. House and harp on
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Johnnie Liddon Entertains at gram yesterday morning from Kis- ;I Goelet to the marriage: of her daughter I property For further information address C.M. .
Hargraves and Hargrave&, of Dunnel- .Livingston, Ocala.Fla. d w 6t Nov. I
. I Large Card Party simmee announcing the death of his I Mary, with the Duke of Roxburgbe -
Ion. Sell Out.
an ideal day.
was
Yesterday Miss Lena Bullock and Miss Marie We learn from the Gainesville Sun brother, Mr. John A. Perdue, after an at St. Thomas church and

The Board of Trade will meet to. Bullock, two of next week's brides, that Messrs Hargraves and Hargraves illness of several month afterwards. at so and so Fifth avenue, UNDERWEAR

night. who have been much feted on the of Dunnellon, have sold to Messrs. Mr. Perdue for a hng time was a in rather an unusual Ort of aQair,

eve of their wedding, were the guests Ilerriu and who citizen of Ocala and is well remem- according to the wedding invitationswe
Herrin are
Mr. John M. Taylor, of Uayport, is of honor at a large card party yester- most extensive naval amongthe stores bered by our older citizens. Since (I are accustomed to eeeiiig.

: jt the halo- House. day afternoon given by Miss Johnnie operators in the state. leaving here he has resided at Brooks. There is! no card to the church, no

I W. Coudon returned yester Liddon at her home ou Ocklawaha vale Punta Gorda and Kissimmee.At separate card to the house! and no MEN'SHeavy
Mr. W. )[r. J. L. Hargraves, who is an ex

York avenue. No more beautiful has the time of his death he additional card telling. where they
cay from New party perienced naval stores man, has goneto was engaged Fleeced
ever been given:; in Ocala will be at home after a certain date;
than was Racey, Putnan county, on the St. in the drug business.He .
1l18 Jessie Owens of 8parr, was Miss Liddon's and, strange to say, there are no envelopes I Undershirtsand
yesterday.The Johns river, where he will look overa was married to a Miss Bishop,

shopping here yesterday. guests were met at the door by big naval stores! farm which is for sister to Mr. John A. Bishop. She at all. The invitation is en- i I

Mr. T. G. Cranford, Valdoata, Miss lola Liddon and Miss Sara eale. lie also has other places view, survives him as also two sons and one graved and then folded over and iI I i

Whitfield and the hostess and sealed in the same fashion as our I Drawersat
returned home yesterday.Mr. guests and expects to locate the most desir- daughter.He

t of honor received the visitors in the able place. was about fifty years of age and grandmothers used to have their \

,: John Neal, of McIntosh, was parlor. The place which Mr. Hargraves recently was in all respects good citizen. wedding cards.Pineapple .

/ doing business here yesterday. The parlor, hall and sitting rooms sold in one of the largest and Mr. B. T. Perdue went down yester- 25, 35 and 50c.
1 fiber is generally consid
wire most elaborately and effectively day afternoon to attend the funeral 1
best in the state, and it is understoodthat
Mr M. Neal a worthy l lady of ed to be longest, strongest and finest
f
decorated with vines, palms potted he realized handsomely from the of his brother, which will occur
Melntosh, died at her home there iu the vegetable kingdom. Home Good Quality.
plants and strung on red ribbons over transaction today.

Monday. _______ _ the I experiments made by the government .
doors mantel, windows etc., Mr. C. H. Hargraves is still at Dun-
T; ey'e Honey and Tar for coughs A Veteran Thanked. in 1892 showed that strands

tad colds; reliable, tried and tested, were quantities of red paste board I I nellon for the present. twisted to the size of binding twine LADIES'
hearts of various sizes. Suspended Dickison Chapter U. D. C. hereby
jibe and (=a drug etoreui had a breaking strength of 150
over the head table was a large marriage I I I Death or Mr. J. M. Reddick. returns thanks to Mr. James Badgerfor Heavy Under-
visit to Ocala islr.Ju4lah pounds.
After* few day
the first donation to the confederate -
belt made of arbor vitae
Yarn returned to iiraidentownut Mr. John M. Reddick, a prominent A hearty appetite does not always vests, Long
'. and hearts and from the center of monument which we contem-
merchant and liveryman, died at his
indicate Sleeves and
a healthy condition. It is
] night. this was a silver bell to ring at the home in Brooksville yesterday morn- plate building to the memory of the '
---- not the quanity of food which is Good
a weight20c.
Dr. E. '1'. Allen the eye and ear conclusion of the games. The hostess: ing. Although not in good healthfor gallant heroes of Marion county who
eaten but the which
I I I quantity is assimilated -
upheld the honor of our state in the 25c.
Montezuma red out the .
ipecinlst, was at at the wore a gown, carrying some mouths past his death was which determines
the
Color scheme. The decorations were sudden. unequal struggle of 1861.65. : 35c. and SOc
murdty. actual p-
value of the food
consumed.If VV.IiIia
We that others will follow
hope
truly beautiful in every way. Mr. Reddick member of many
an
Htlhcock H prominent phosph was a
Dr. the stomach and organs of digestionand
his example so that the
a visitor to our The game played was, of course, old and prominent family in this generous nutrition
l
;j promoter.ns names and deeds of our brave "Boysin cannot convert 'the
hearts aId there twelve tables.
1 were county and is! the last member, it
city yesterday. food into nourishment and into
Gray" be held in loving -
The core cards were heart shaped but one, his sister, Mrs. S. E. Waterman may remembrance
Foley' Honey and Tar always stops till time shall fully viudi- blood, then the food is an injury instead FISrjEL.
marked with Ito.
the games being tiny of this city surviving him.
r I tbi cough and Leah the lungs. Refuse date the cause for which they ricked of a benefit. For all disordeis
i I Postoffiee Drugi bells, symbolical of a wedding. Mrs. Mr. Reddick was the fouu.ler of the
substiiuies. of the
weir lives. stomach and its sllitd'OrgaDS
i Clarence Camp and Mrs. Jack Camp town of Ruddk'k nnd for !several years ]
&ore. _
i MRS. F. R. GARY, of digestion and nutrition there is a Real Estate!
six
kept the scores. After playing was a merchant in this city and
)lr. C. J. Phillips went down to certain remedy in Dr. Pierce's Golden I
, President of Dickison Chapter.! U. *
DuDBelloa yesterday to do some games' refreshments were served on was one of the best known men in D. C. Medical Discovery. It removes clogging I Real Estate!

i contact work. the small tables. The heart idea was youth Florida and had a host of I I : obstructions. It strengthens the I I
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the refrt-sh- slooiacii, nourishes the utrv>s', en- :
also prettily carried out in friends. He was a soldier in the civil
Ii is in Dun- The Lyceum Attraction. riches the blood and builds up the Your wants in this line for
A. J. Leavengood
Mrs rneutti the sandwiches, cheesestrawsand war. He was about sixty years of age. I
The Lyceum Association startedout body. It is a flesh forming, musclemaking
: Btllon for a few day' visit with her cakes all in the shape of and and
I ; being \ He leaves a wife one son
this season admirably.The preparation, making\ firm I City or County Property

i : daughter, Mrs. Perry.Mr. hearts and the cream was served in many relath'eoto! mourn his death. flesh instead of flabby fat. Golden r
first number was the American
I I red heart shaped cups. During the The funeral will take place in Medical Discovery contains no alcohol I Orange Groves, etc., can
i W. E. law, of Brooks ville, Saxophone Quartette Company.
games punch was passed by little Brooksville this afternoon. Mrs. whisky or intoxicant of any be supplied. Special attention -
ihtriff of Heroaudu county was! at The audience was large, appreciative kind and is equally free from opium
Misses Caro Liddon and Nary Bur. Waterman went down yesterday to
the Montezuma yesterday. and cultured.All cocaine and all narcotics. given rentaccounts.
be at the funeral.
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ford.The the performers were masters
Rheumatic pains quickly relieved murietillidit's prize a silver
Arrest- i and every piece was encored. FOIEY5KIDNFYC: Jr3
and
of lUmou's Nerve Under on Suspicion.
: ha"I.lieallou|| cream ladle, was won by Mrs. Cutler
Boot Oil u 2-x at PostoflioeDrugKtor The :singing: of Miss Winslow was Makes Kidneys and t tlad:o"' P F. W. DITTO H
f r.; try ; and the young ladies prize a silver Mr. Henry Gordon marshal of
*. m superb and the applause given her ,
bon bon bpnou, was won by Miss Dunnellon, was in Ocala yesterday in 2 I-C)
was raptuous and did not exaggerate : tct
Mr. Mallory Llddou after spending Alice Bullock. ;Mrs. Sistrunk was company: with Sheriff T. B. Crapps :Jr:7r h .,r;'QI--. 'X-' Real Estate and Insurance t
l-:=1fo
the appreciation of the audience. ) I
I'I fw day. in Rarely if ever has an entertainment Fla.
Ocala
I to his turixrutiue farm at Parrlib pin. identify a person, who had been arrested 'I : ...,.. t .... -IlLC::. i -
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given more enjoyment to an .Ocala :'JrfjL5 .
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ynttrJay. this beautiful as John Dyal, and U' in jail
who enjoyed
Those
1 audience than did the Saxophone <2;) I
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party were the following: Miises charged with a murder committed in -,, -:> JI" IL.

Dr. 8 T. Cars*.ell, of Citra, was Lena Bullock Marie Bullock, Alice Georgia ten years ago. Marshal Quartette. e., 2 i:; ,gJF.. (;:::::) e i i

brought Ui Ocala yesterday by Dr. E. Bullock Sara Harris, Violet Harris, Gordon made the arrest at Dunnellon Reading Club. CJ G.----<-i1--;; ) I

Vta Hood ftu-l placed In the hospital Esther Weathers Hattie last week and the man was identifiedby _./,1 II
Emily Ford, The program of the reading club /.J : II
Jut .pt't"lal treatment. Valeta Potter D.1.: Crosby and D. M. Horton I
-- D.Lou..lIa. Gary, Tuesday afternoon consisted of an excellent -

businessnanifrrof Etiith Piitt Gertrude Pert-da, Flurrie but :Mr. Crapps, after visiting the paper on "German Life and A' f
Mr. I' V. Iaveujioo.1, I
in Condon, Annie D.ivis, Eloys.e Izlar prisoner in jail was not postive as to Manners in the !Middle Ages by Mrs.G. 4.\zR
the (X-ala lUnner, was

DuaDtliou and will be in Eulalee Izlar, Eloise Miller, Ethel his identity. He has sent to Georgia I S. Scott and an article on the life ROLLS FROM Only the b* sOUR i
yesterday
for McEachern, a brother of the OVEN material f
Sinclair Gertrude goesinto
Sinclair, Beatrice of Friedrich Barbara, read by Miss f
Tampa today im business tr JI. the oven and
-- Peyser, Margaret Taylor Mamie murdered man and the prisoner will Maxie Bullock. Current events were only the I Inside each pound package of

lUmou'c KnglMi: ('OUR h Syrup Taylor, Julia :Mayo! Freddie Foy, be held until the arrival of Mr. )lc. also discussed.The : BEST BREADrolls f

earn cousin! cold, bronchitis and Sara Whitfield, Annie Mathews, Eachern who knows John Dyal well. meeting was; with Miss Either out. It i is delightfully! crisp and Lion Coffeewill t

aU klndrwl trouble, try it; 25c. at ; Little Mrs. Mr. Gordon is a very viligent official wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
Smith Mary ,
Georgia : Weathers and Miss Dye and was a i
ttat.moe Drugstore. In meal in itself and almost
I Mallory Liddon Mrs. F. L. Watson, and lets no guilty or even suspected pleasant one. meat. as nutritiousas x

Among those registered at the I Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce: Mrs. Clarence man escape. There will be no meeting of the Orders for Bread etc., can be morea be found a FREE game.
tisfactorily filled by 60 All
Uootfiutnt yesterday were: I. II. Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp, Mra. R. L. club next week. different games. new. f
:. B. Gaines a prominent
Hl ht wrr, Atlanta; J. M.Hawkins, Anderson, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Judge BENUS' BAERY( At Your Grocer's.
of Leesburg was here on
Se. York, J. U Hripg< Richmond. Charles Rheinauer Mrs. Lee :Miller attorney At the Golf Links. i
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business yesterday.He .
-- --- Mrs. William Rocker Mrs. J. Car- professional The Ocala Hights Golf Club ha,ingtendere.l ___ -_- -'-- 'I'-

Amon( Thur+tlay's arrivals at the Mrs. Pearl Mason, :Mrs. Edward says that the orange groveson
stens, the use of their club house
the lakes in the vicinity of J. F. EDWARDS'BIG :
Oc&a! Ilouae wererJ. K. Prevail, O.
Hiller Mrs. Abe Brown, Mrs. and attractive grounds to the ladies of If
have nearly all been restored -
t. R. H. Leesburg
tfUvrni, Jacksonville; G. C. Pasteur Mrs. J. B. Cutler, Mrs. the Episcopal church, a silver tea for
Cloy E. A. Isaacs and a large quantity of fruit WHISKEY HOUSE
!
. Baltimore
; E. L. McIntosh Mrs. W. M. Coin I the benefit of the church building Ien

Macon J H. F. Hail New York. Mrs. L. James Knight, Mrs. A. H. will be shipped this season and the fund will be given this afternoon, '

in good spirits. He Gainesville Fla.
growers are says and Ocala.
Marsh, Mrs. C. E. Cullen and Mrs. D. from 3to6.Some __ 't
Mt. and In. E. M Howard enter- that politics in Lake county are 'I --- -- 0
E. Mclver.He slight innovations will be A- I r
Ulo.a at a frix o'clock family dinner warming up tremendously.Mr. .
presented which no doubt, will be O I
last lkI.UU Only relatives of the host Could Hardly Get Up. ----- O 1
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enjoyed by those who attend. A I
may
moved
Wells and
G. W. family
affair '
sad IK.! at the ,
*** were present f
P. H. Duffy. of Ashley, 111., writes: from the Howell place on cordial invitation is extended to all. I = t
yestereay _
U ...mOtit Ill'uant. m.03 I
c _
This is to certify that I have taken Ocklawaha avenue to the McCall A free conveyance will run from the 0'.. -as C -- C

For tick headache try Chamber- two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure house in the fourth ward. This placeis Ocala House via Fort King avenue to ;. a <1 5"frM

Uiu'i Htomach and Liver Tablets; bas helped me more than eo.:= = ;; J
and it any now owned by Mr. Well's sister the grounds from 3 to 4 p. m. o .-.. .,
li jf> a!
tbty will ward oft the attack if taken other medicine. I tried many advertised 0 = 0
iatta. all druggists but of them' Mrs. A. B. Frink, of Tampa.Mr. lii Iz.-! '"
| For sale by remedies, none -it. t
Mrs. G. W. Watson and children, ...< 0 .
net medicine dealers. m me any relief. My druggist re- "': t
gave William E. Sinclair of Mobile who spent carnival week in Jacksonville I : w
of commended Foley's Kidney Cure andit = I
Mr. W. \l. / who has cured me. Before commencingits Ala., is in the city on a visit. He has and who, prior to that time had ";: t

....
,.
ku Wu transacting business here use I was in such a shape that I recently returned from a visit to Cuba, been the guests of Mrs. Watson's. o .+ t t

mnl days returned home yesterday. could hardly get up when once down. Mexico, Panama and other places sister, Mrs. C. E. Abson for a few o 1'.BIOt'SXIIECSEU BCSCll: BEER

H. uy Tampa| is on a veritable Postoflice drug store. m where he went for the purpose of extending weeks returned to their home at r

boom. That six hundred houses are ASSOeiation of Turpentine his business as an importerand Crystal River Saturday.W. FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES. t

la The Sub- My 12,00 Rye or Bourbon at..-., _'..-....-...'$1,75 My$4 oo Gin at... ..-... ,, ,, ;
Course of erection.Mr. held their regular hi-monthly exporter of fine woods. 3 --..... .....2.00 My :ioo North Carolina Corn at. J.ot
Operators ----- have My My 50 00 .............. .... 2.56 My ::1.50" ".. MTnDewCorn'at.. loo
E. and received 3 ..
son
yesterday. Mr. E. P. Worm Destroyer. Stephens : --.....-.-. 3.00 My 3.00" .. t-M
Moutbrook meeting
C. C. Jtawls, of was order for 30,000 feet of My My 4.00.oo Gin at ...........__ _.._. ..... 1.75 My 4.00' .. ,. It .. .. fete I
business in Thagard was elected secretary in White's Cream Vermifuge not: an Yy ?.__ My 4 oo New England Rum at..... .____ |x>O

If among Ocala yesterday.those transacting He is the fortunate I place of Mr. Rowe, who has moved only kills worms, but removes the rough lumber from J. H. Lord, to be The l Jug auif't 'i-Trild; Made a Special i Feature i I

" those mucus and slime in which they build used erecting cabins at Osprey, In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of jugs. Half-gallon jagt. I
Owner of a bearing orange grove near his residence. Among presentwere their nests it brings and quickly a -gallon jug.1Sc; .gal1on jug 255;j-gaUonjug,35ckegs.l.
U.i ; eight miles above Venice Fla., pre. I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Florida.because I girt good a.
L.
AruJla and will soon begin the ship- Messrs. F. Lang, L. Lang healthy condition of the body, where cstgoods and full measure, 1Atnalorderwiltconvinceyou'tbat"we
to turpentining his 10,000- are the people." Term t cash with the order.
IIltn' or fruit. He expects a yield off i Barnes, J. B. Martin, Walter Ray, worms cannot exist. 25c. at AntiMonopoly paratory youreanzioustoplea J F. EDWARDS. I
i Drug Store. m acre tract in that section.
E. P. Thagard.
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THE OCALA BANNER ] THE TWO PARTIES. DEMOCRATIC VICTORY. GRAVES' TRIBUTE TO HEMST. I CHRONIC SORES


Which of the two parties is the The Ocala Banner says the election in New Mr. William Randolph Hearst i is

n.clI BAUIS iitr. more intelligent and tha more patri victory York Tuesday next presages a national democratic not only one of the must notable men
year. Hope the prediction maybe

f. v. teaTe: a=!, Business! Yasajer.MOTTO otic verified butw.ll have to have more than of the American republic, }.but be Signs of Polluted Blood. 1
Sew York to do it, and Pennsylvania and Ohio
Intelligence i are not \eryapt. from the looks of things to would have been a notable man of There is nothing so repulsive looking and disgusting MS an ..:id tort.
assist in securing such: victory Metropolis. of it till the brain and work with
I any age or any country. You worry over grows weary Jt until tU.

larger cities than in the outlying The splendid victory the democrats I He was scarcely out of the ports patience is exhausted and the very sight of the old festering *icklvlgokif

districts and find that the larger achieved in New York is inspiring place makes you irritable, despondent and desperate.A .
we and pleasures of college life before ho
e J chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is i in an unhealthy
cities, New York, Boston, etc., are in and will revive hope and give strengthto came apparently fun: armed and well and impoverished condition, that your constitution: is breaking down un<*w

control the democratic party.In democracy in every state in the e-juippeti into thelrtfjlius of journal- the effects of some serious disorder. The taking of strong Wed me :life!

Uniou. mercury or potash, will sometimes so pollute and vitiate the \blond an-1 1 .j.
the south where there is only a ism.; From the Pacific Coast::! at eau pair the general system that the merest scratch or bruise mult In obauuto

mall percentage of foreign immigration Had the democrats lost this year inNew Francisco he took the oM Examiner, nonhealinsores of the most offensive character.

t and the people have grown up York and Maryland and Kentucky cut loose from all traditions and gave I I Often an inherited taint breaks out in frightful eating sores upon tb ..mb:
or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sort refuses to hai l the U..|
under our institutions, and are the party would have entered the the Pacific Coast a journal
r i )peopleof: is always at fault and while antiseptic washes, salves, soup and p ,w u ft
: THE ASSEI., BELIEVING taught to love and revere thew, I the next campaign already half whipped that for enterprise, energy, accuracy can do much to keep down the inflammation and clean the *"rr it -n

THOSE AT TILE TOP WELL ABLE HAS TO nearly the entire white population because it would have been with- honesty anti brilliance was un never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified an.! tn. .i; v
TAKE CARE Of THEMSELVES germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. S. S. this can be aecomplhr! e
TAKEN ITS SI'AND IX THE BARRICADES belong to the democratic party.We out hope, but it now enters the campaign approachable. 'Ihe Examiner madea polluted blood ia purified: and invigorated ali 1 'A

AND ITS WITH FIGHT THE WILL COMMON BE MADE PEOPLE FOR find that those people who flee / with brightening rkies and new ch'Hl of jouruali-sni iu the I richpurebloodisagain circulating reilthrm tt

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE to this country from the despotism of buoyant prospects; and, as the adage \Nt..i, and the daring li ;lIegian, the body the flesh! around the ol-1 ore begins t > ...e
Ion, a natural color the discharge of matter
BOno -- other lauds and wish to breathe here is true that "nothing succeeds like warvely out of ;bi l;tt'en", was its and the place heals ovir teases

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1903. the fresh air of liberty, as a rule, ally success," the democracy will use its apostle and prophet. S. S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in 'infer

themselves to the democratic party. success to advantage. With The Examiner establishedand and at the same time tones up the system and build up the genera health
If you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical fcirut.
And now Tarn pa is to have a gala i They look to it as the ark of the I The republicans are already dis secure, ;the progressive youth,

wetk. We hope it will be as successful covenant of safety. I couraged. The dispatches announced girt with a modest, yet confident, THE sWIne SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.

as Jacksonville's carnival. The republican party is responsible: that President Roosevelt, when he sense of his power, went tu New York, -

for the civil war.: read the returns from New York, bought the old Journal and from an F E"! !iU7 ti.
The man who never takes part in a
It is responsible for the pension roll "was knocked speechless," and it he has created
campaign unless he is a candidate is unpleasing property ,
it left behind it. will have stronger effect upon republicans : the most extensive journalistic fabric WE EAT MEAT tTo
In a bad position to be a critic.
It is:: responsible for the race problem of less: pretensions.The : I the: country has ever. known B The grow strong. Cuhu.e

While-it no crime "to kill an that grew out of it. elections last week make it New York American The Evening fHuciort
,; nat we .
may aa Hj M
editor" it seems to be all kinds of a It is responsible for our entangling certain that the democratic party
the ( :
Journal and Das Morten Journal, i ,,y V.:4 it alone. Tbtfe i U uo MrrtigUi
crime to criticise a judge-especiallya alliances with other natiou will enter the campaign of 1904 with German edition all s-priuging from
<>f
,Ivfjnogstuuxhtakesmeatiurtwd
federal judge. It is fur that is 151 electoral votes to
responsible a policy go upon, his seed, mike uo the mo-4 not u-ie!
r .s vtwwlt) to difr
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SutuforJ.has erected helpful to some iudualrioa to the hurt and will Lent only 73 more --- -- -- i i'''
Mrs. Leland
it. It *
t' aud injury of othtra. to make its victory complete
at Palo Alto, CaL what is:: called the buying moat-W Wry i.. vlrbm. t
The republican party: is behiud the and New'ork will furui-h nearly g I
beautiful church building in .
most
i' the ** -It-odtf fcDd .
[ Ci>Wl fortunes that have been build. half that number. g& l-yF**' e
Auif rica. The cost Is :6OIJ.OOO. S'JGL ,
.japa S//TV* : PlOy a little! moreif iMd I.t*'tu.t
ed up by granting 'sptcial privileges'and The outlook is exceedingly eueour-

It is loll right far the famishing j-f\l! putsu.melbluRiayour] rbru.n11
: which threaten the simplicity of aging and we believe the democrats t

patriot to drink of-the lim pili. watersof our institutions. will win. f' 'Pr r, ij. .r: ; "bi<-h will pur Hath on jour .

but he should not sot I} .i V done and otroug tii <<*I 11,1 Hr
pare democracy It is Godfather to the trusts. ty l? 1
HEARST.
.
abuse the man who post has ahvaj 8 It is the God-wother to monopolies' ? heart

been at the windlass. It is responsible, for the steps we KUewhere and &' 61 ED WARDS
we print a graceful j 4 Wp i BROS.
. have taken in the direction of impe- eloquent tribute from the of xY'n SlalK 2 and1
MarK Orula
Mr. BheaU has challenged :\Ir.lIolliway pen Z* Cilj I'la.

debate as if the : riali m. John Tewlle, Graves to William Rau- !;:
to a joint iW L =Z" ii::;;; 7.: ;1jrr.r:: : ;;:rn;: .f 'F. ..'f.' ''' r
We find that the motto of the dolph Hearst.
nominations for school feupermten-: '
democratic party i iJ today as it ha Tim r ; -
tribute
wn written before the
the
dent hud closed. At roper mo- 9
always been: "All rights for all;" A
achievement of the
victory
magnificent
went South Florida will announce a

candidate. "ripecial:; privilege to none" in Sew York City which ws -> Ma"Ia' 1'-

The democratic does not be / .....
party <<
largely due to the work of this peerless ;, "\ -
Indications in the first district pointto Y : 13&sertable drag on ot .
licve that under our taritl'exaetiuus I democratic leeder.Hearst's 1-l'.t-' more physical iU-betlth II l: :" ;;.
the election Hoa. James Alexander J ease peculiar to wrecks Amen than pro *L u.'c' "r., ,c ,
sold "i.
the foreigner should be American :4IIL
were the only papers in ..., !i WHY? Simply: because cpea roe t""' ,
known to ths boys as "Jim i made goods:: at leN than half the New York Jot supporting Low. ."., Y1i; quinineorthatdeadiymineral of e IIl3a y toe 'rst m it ,.,- ". .. e,,/-, :-\ 'J j a11A L'' L\

Alex If he doesn't get elected on Don't Do It. It's ; II&1
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price our own citizens are forced to /< Dant.rous It
Even the Wor'ld'a di ld isn't U all
;; -gui and suewpaperproperty necessary"!ther. Tie
the first round it is very euerally believed poaiurcil B j&&JjcO
for them.It .
pay maocJueradiu under fu-ion cloak.Helin' .
that he wilt be iu the second HERBINE
believes that its citizsns snouts
American, his eveningpaper to!Smear and ..!< ,LT erne f.,
race. j_ be free to buy iu the cheapest markets and his German __u and panty raloHDl'l'-II herbai. Hu..any a.! t'a r5 fit tin aa&larta.. "., ,."II,,j...
.paper, ''''I' .rot_,, ,.. _
The "experiences'1 the Ocala: delegation and sell in the highest.It from ttartto finish in the republic' corrtru 500KIbottla ad U..r.lrt..lUl. I ,', ,,_t, ? '\t..I'
loyally AU Druggist,.
run up against in Jacksonville has opposed the policy of building supported McClellan and unma-ked today.To .

during the progress of the carnival up one industry at the expense; of the thin disguise of Tom I'bttnd a man: like Williim IhntlclphHl'

were many and tho'ign serious were another industry.; his fuMf-uifU. )',.t, there i H w* 'if-' without sHiity ..,

nevertheless:: amu-.iug. It would have Iu policy U that every tub shall Every day thoHearst's; pyj'rrsgain- tiiid progress Ih1.. ; e,!ai>-
-
len a picnic for the cartoonist andftoCtping bland on its own bottom. ed lished m he tvvu seslxrrtsOf the couu-
ground and the utter rout of the

bim wai rt'alluck. It has resolutely opposed every de gush; shoe reformers was largely due try the two marvelous newspapers HUBBARD & MACDUFFHEADQUAR1ERS

parture from the simple faith of the to the magnificent editorials and widen we have named, the genius
Henry \Vattfrn, was recentlyobbtd
fathers.It the wan! led him straight to (he center
of $400 while on a vi-.it to New effective cartoons Hearst employed.This FOR
has resisted every encroachment and 011 July 4, 190-j, Heart's
\ork. Had: he ben a member of the brilliant young; democrat has
made the constitution. I Chicago American made its initial rrf
"Smart Set" he, would scarcely have upon i grounded himself: in the allectimis of AMERICAN
FIELD
had more loose rhaue iu his pocket It has endeavored to keep the government the American democracy and thecongratulatory appearance in the great metropolis o AND HOG FENCE

along the lines of its traditions the middle west aud began/; the career
The great editor should Dot imitate telegrams that poured srvnt
which made it almost inst tl'y p\ .;.:;.I>.m..! ....
the "four hundred." iu upon him from all sections of the! I .r. -

It has opposed every step towards country "show, that he ,i is today deservedly famous throughout the country.A .9 N.. : lR [ 'T'r 1'i .; 1

The New York Pucker, the Chicago imperialism.The few days ago, in dicu"-lIIg these 41 R. I _I c I'' j ,
one of the mo-it popular and i 3t r'< I 4 r ; ; -;- '- -
1 it
} the 8t. Luais Packer! allgrE1 great paperThe News I .
'lWkerllind + republic must depend ujion quoted th I r -
conspicuous men in the nation. : ''qf-f" j r- .1 i
to the I ropoitionhlt:: the the democratic party for its safety.It : statement of a noted! reformer and t I S --r--r- .-" '
The Ocala Banner
tips its hat to lfii '
j.'lori.ta orange in ail these markets is is the sheet anchor of its hopes. this ideal democrat. moralist of this city, that "within EEiEiiET, rP:\ ,.- -

attracting attention for its fina quality Destroy it and the republic would the decade! the Hearst newspapers =-"f'r\ ... + to r '--,--- -, _-.-. 'J __

and rich color It stands Al. It not bat through Kuosevelt's ad minis. ROOSEVELT AND PANAMA. hid: come nearer to preacinu-r the r (: 'o,J -- : ::- r po I :' :: -
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t.. ,- '""" -'-- ': .1_ ;::: _. _
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1* uuaj proacbed and unapproachable. tratiou. creeds of popular liberty and the doctrines Regular sty Is SpacIeI I"-Ir, t c... I JW 'L!
I
President
-- Those; who truly desire a republicanform Roosevelt's action in the of Christ than any other secular taysuiu.or61n.ewr' SUyau :. ,.- < Ja. "I'

A i lokil l fCnpse.) of government must pin their the Panama affair throws to the winds publications used in the republic." Made of large, strong high.grade steel wires:; lic... \ r
traditions of the
fathers of
: faith to the democratic party.It the e f s Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is praci.- ; :

Any is the hope of free governmentnot republic; it weaves the web more No single nun in the democratic lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain j> I : f

of the man him, so can far produce as he himself a total is eclipse con only in this country but throughout strongly our entangling alliances party has a personal: following equal and Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, Horse.. hogi ,1
pigs.
cerned, by holding a dollar dose to his the world. with foreign powers; it is:: beyond all 1 to Heart's.
e'e. ,The total eclipse No single mm in the

duced 01 health in is much often pro the :\ \ii/I Destroy it and on its ruins imperialism odds undertaken the boldest piece<<, of work ever democratic party has done wore EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED i I f fj

lame way, by letting would quickly rear it head. or successfully executed financially, politically and; legisla by the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show. ,
by an American w j i t
the dollar shut --- president.The .
from view all other1 out Is J. M. Barrs an Imperialist-- ? !I congress of the United ..Statesby lively for the integrity and prosperity it will save you money and fence your fields so they' will stay tcnifd. 'I II

things, and interests Mr. J. M. Barrs: candidate for con- of the great party of the people Syracuse Chilled! Black! Hawk I
A great many people pay for wealth with an almost unanimous vote favored 1 than this distinguished editor. oman P.lOWSL and Economy Corn Shelters. Vatti..
health and admit at last that they have gress in the second district, attendedthe the Nicauguran route for a canal but paints Oils mass Doors Sash Blinds '
,
made a poor bargain.: In the chase of coronation ball at the Windsor in the party deserves more at its Eta ski;
the dollar people are too eager to take the president would have none of it hands than he who
has been its best
time to eat Hotel during the carnival Hubbard
festivities MacdufT
food the stomach regularly becomes or choose disordered proper or in Jacksonville.Mr. ana got the senate to reject it and and moat potential benefactor.No Ocala, Fla| 4

diseased the food eaten substituted the Panama route instead. man has done -
is
J. N. C. Stockton or preparing u
ceases to nourish candidate fort The Colombian
k and government rejecting do more in the future for the demo-
physical break.
e United States senate, refused to C. i.
T down Dr. Pierce's comes. Golden attend on the ground that he was not the terms of the treaty for the ocratic party than this man of action G RAe EL. t

Medical building of the Panama canal, he and of infinite resources.
Discovery a member of the imperialist Successor to Central Lumber Co.
"e
party.Is ;
I cures diseases of the gets Panama to set up a governmentof And whether the editor of the only Dealer In i I

,i I stomach and other organs Mr. Barrs an imperialist? its own, immediately really democratic paper in New York, Rough and Dressed Lumber !
i of digestion and recognizes Kiln Dried Flooring.Ceiling
j
Not more than 400 ol the "Cedars in Chicago, or in San Francisco, doesor
nutrition
and Rand it and
t so enablesthe gives the protection of the Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
strengthening of the of Lebanon" does not receive the democratic ;
body in the only way by are standing today. strong arm of thia government.If i nomination for the presidency of the Manufacturer of z J
C which strength can be obtained They do not, though their age is measured the Turned Ballusters Newels
i food people of the United States I United States, he has at least endeared Casings, Columns, Door and i

t digested, by and perfectly properly as. in years by thousands, rival in quietly submit to this style of himself in thousand: enduring. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School J

;I similated. dimensions the cedars of the western "rough riding" without "bucking" it ways to the great masses of the Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

suffered for four yean with world, the largest so slow in their bodes evil and American people aa the foremost receiving Lumber and can fill orders for
pain ia my stomach: so that at only evil for the safetyof editor of the any quantities and !
time I couldn't work nor eat," growth, being but twelve feet in dia the republic. republic and the: fore sizes. Mail orders attended to '
writes Mr. Frank Smith of most practical publicist of the times. promptly :
Gran Chat!<< .
a. Co. Cola "I meter. Xo tree gives so f
great
wrote to you about my sickness an They may well loofc out for etill Jonn Temple Graves in Atlanta :
and *'u told to use your medicine expanse of shade as the cedar and i
which I did with good more startling things! News.
/ results. I only used four bot- it never dies, except from |lightning Elbert JUST
ties of'Golden Medical Discovery I Hubbard writes as followsto RECEIVED '
,'and must that I It is reported that the editor 1
say am stroke or the woodman's axe. of an the school teacher: "I think I
entirely cured ana feel like .
a 1
new man, and I can highly recommend your esteemed contemporary was dismissed : would mark my pupils on Effort and OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of ; I
mcdidoc Biff Boston
u any fuflercr." from
The People's Common Sense There is another fine thing about church for singing in a loud not on Excellence, if the Board lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United 1 l
Medical voice
Adviser, 1008 pages free on receipt of George B. McClellan. He married a during the rendering of a familiar doesn't interfere too much. If the States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg

tamp to pay expense of mailing only. charming southern woman.-Tampa, hymn the following words: pupil does the best he can, he does Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
Send 31 one-cent stamps for the paper- Tribune. I "Let every kindred, every tribe, on well, and should have credit accord. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.

covered cloth-bound edition volume, or, to 31 Dr.stamps R. V.for Pierce the, Isn't it a pity Roosevelt hadn't done I dollars this terrestrial and subscribe ball put and down their ingly. I think that H the way the Corn Be sure for to see or write us before you buy your Early

1 Buffalo,if. Y. he came thing. we'll re- Recording Angel will mark us-don' spring.
I ceipt for all.
-Tiskilwa
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I rRESIOENT'SMESSAGEwhi ch commercial was ratified treaty by the senate with at Cuba its I I, The corn is cut and in the shock, I !111 111! !111 !111 !111 Iff nr.

TO S8iH I CONGRESS last session and subsequently by the I| the seed is on the hullyhock, the summer .

Cuban government. I deem such I I girl has changed her frock, and -- _. -- ,
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;:;- demanded not only by our also wears a heavier mock.

Leslauluon jarding Cuban not Interest, with but by our honor. We can The housewife counts her cans of :
propriety, abandon the
F I ConmlAl'Clth Treaty upon which we have so wisely course(om- fruit, the hunter sallies forth to shoot, : The Ocala. Bazaar Store 'I

,--- barked."hen the acceptance of the the football fiend begins to root and :
JOINT COMMIT: fed: IS RECEIVED.pretidcnt Platt amendment was required from egislators think of loot. Has (
--- Cuba by the action of congress of the stood the test for many winters. We .1
United States, this The buckwheat cakes will soon be
government thereby
; ci: the Organization Entered
Mt1o
!I definitely: committed itself to the ..erf, and sorghum Massed, too, will the Commercial World to satisfy the many.. i
Conress. and Receives+ Message. policy of treating Cuba as :: i
occupyinga cheer, and o'er the children' facts VISIT ::::
Prtt'dtnt Congratulates unique position as regards this country -
Speaker It was provided that when tL. ::)Uf ar sticky ines from ear to {,!ir. Dour New Goods .are here, and. "
His j
Cannon on Etiction.
bland became a free and independent The nuts are falling iu the wood, ,
WMhiot.m. ::OV. 11.-At 10:30( republic she should stand Can be found not in : JAn
to- in such close the squirrels btore their winter food, a jumbled, confusing collection but .:
Sal tk. j"'iit committee of the senate relations with us as in certain respectsto l
M4 house of representatives noti-! come within our system of International aud pumpkin pies will Boon be goodif r Exclusive Assortment of Ladies' Furnishings and Gents'
Furnishings
t* l b4 present that congress was policy; and it necessarily followed ( asked to eat one now I could.) Ladies' ,

trp2UJtftI and ready to receive any that she must also to a certain e 'possum's in the 'simmon tree, and Misses' Walking and Dress Hats
.HIlI' bo might have to communi- degree become included within 1h
tit to It U CAlled at the white house the lines of our economic policy. coon dog holds jubilee, across .... Also Me 's and Boys Caps and Hats.
to perform IU duty Situated as Cuba is, it would not the field the rabbits flee, as coming ;:: x
Jt.pt.D.&thtTawnt'y Minn.), be possible for this country to perr danger now they see. T0 ==

Clproc tit. hand William Miss.) the strategic abuse of the plan by any: The bird dog bunts the quail, but Bought for Quick Selling, were our Dress Goods, Silks and Ribbons.
tecnrWnt tht tout committee, ar- foreign military power. It is for -
nt" Ii'll They mere followed soon reason that certain limitations have strikes the frightened rabbit's trail, A Moving Price, constantly moves our Towels, Table-cloths and Napkins.
t3mr4 '/ the senate committee, been imposed upon her financial policy and burrs get in the horst's! tail and : Zero a

crcltiBC of Senators Hoar (Mass.) and_that,ncml stations have been conceded autumn winds begin; to wail. has Never Been Reached in Florida Weather 11
nJ Gorman (Md.). accompanied by by her to the United States. >>
, tfe. .*rrut at arm of the senate. The negotiations as to the details othese The apple butter stews and bile, Although Our Prices in the Notion Department will Freeze '

(';,taw l Ifcalal M. lUnsdell.prtfM narai station are on the eve ol the; thrifty housewife stirs and smile All

4 f'ft' Uooierclt received the completion. They are so situated as as she reflects upon the piles of fruit % Competition, ani Bring Comfort to those who are _

J)itt rommtt! e In ba! private office to prevent any Idea that there is the she's ,r
canned iu different Ready
styles. for the
lfutor Hoar presented to the pr sl4cJ Intention ever to use them against Bargains ws. now offer.TOYLAND,
the formal notification. After Cuba or otherwise than for the protection Farewell straw hat and open hose,

gr.stLai the members' of the commit of Cuba from the assaults ol farewell my gauzy underclothes, the I
foreign foos, and for the better safe winds n the Bazaar Store is the Home of ..
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bt-gin to to
; nip my nose; tell '
guarding American .1
interests in the
waters south of us. truth, I'm nearly froze. Santa ClaAis.

!. These interests have largely in ring out the heavier winter wear: WILL

creased with Spain by the and consequences will be further of the war increased with moth
1\ by the building of the isthmian there, pollutiu? the surrounding air -- _- (';;

\ canal They are both milita rand y' with smell to make a preacher sweh.r.The HOW can you serve Your Xmas Dinner and ..

economic. The granting to u wutfrmelou'd had its day, the ,1;>' *'
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Every ,'
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piece of China is 1 '
by Cuba of the naval stations above your broken. .
I' alluded to is of the utmost importance ice cream freezer's put away, the T.

kr frt>m a military standpoint and is .\ oyster bttw i is now at bay and we are s CONVINCE: := I-

proof of the good: farm with winch Cuba ready for the fray. Payne's Fire-Works and Pompeii Distruction 1 ;;; _

!: great is.progress treating sing us.! her Cuba independence has mad C The ire man now will take a rest, Live in the Hearts'and Memory of those who' .

was established. She has advance* but now the coal trust lifts its crept

r steadily in every u a}'. She already Between the two they do their best to Are going to Place Weir Pyrothechnic Order with its
stands nigh among her sister repub knock :: ", /. .
our profits galley wt'st- Cost .
!lies of the new world. She is lOyal cuts no figure whenEver :
..ra.v 1>' 'observing her obligations to I. Montgomery County (Ill) News
is:
by and us.Th.she. is entitled to like 'treatmen The best Remedy For Croup. THE OCALA BAZAAR is visited. '

treaty submitted to lou for approval (From the Atchison, Kan, Daily Globe ) r ALL
This is the season when the woman -
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secures to the United State who knows the best remedies for Merchants who handle a small line of Toys and Fireworks will

s_ e raluy py Cotrsrr0 Wakttaa5IDaT economic advantages as great as thoserjyen croup i is in demand in every litightorhood. do well to look over our Large and Varied Stock before '
to Cuba. Not an American f fn they !
One of the most terrible Purchase their Holiday Line.
BOOI E\'ItLT. target is sacrificed. By the treaty a
things in the woild is to be awakened -
Ice tordla.: / the president informed large Cuban market is secured to our ::: -
iu the middle ot the night by a whoop Special Prices and Discounts to Schools Churches =:
lit cou.n.uee: that be would commu4tt producers. It is a market which lies and Clubs. :
a.!<- with <'onsre a very soon in writtel at our doors, which is already large from one of the children. The croup I
Among the early callers onI which is capable of great expansion remedies are almost sure to l>e lost See F' P. :
GADSON
< jrtM"l iutlajr was Speaker a.and which it is especially importane iu case of croup, as a revolver it sure Supt. ; I
A* nn, ft talked to the white house the development of our exporttrao. to be lost in case of burglar There ,

I lad wu ftlmkti'i Immediately to t:. It would be indeed shortsighted used to be all old-faahiunevf remedy
i4 offlreiluo ., for us to refuse to take a d, for croup, known as hive syrup and .m .11 .11 m ,11 i&s& III m I

l'rIL.rLt .evelt warmly congr at. vantage of such opportunity and to tolu, but some modern mothers say G, .1 t i J ,

tiata>3 i lot on his election as speaker force Cuba into making arrangements I thaChxutl+rrlsiu'aCough: Remedy i is ,-, : i I
with other countries to disadvaa- --- -
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better and does
not cost so much It f
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tkittorvtety hated only a few miii- tage. X -xxx- -xyx- -xxx- -xxx--xxx- -xxx- -xxx- -
causes i he patient 10 throw up thephlt'gm" xxxxxx- -xxxxxx- : ; f
fits. 3p.'ll.pr Cannon leivlng the exec- This reciprocity treaty stands by it- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx--xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xXx- -xxx-X
quicker aud relief t
gives in a -'-
>U*. oK>i t {( r the capital accompa- self. It is demanded on consideration I I : ------ -
shorter time. Give this' remedy aa Xx xi. i 1
alad ty pmccutlve Littleneld. of of broad national policy as well as I bi
3101 J ,lour economic interest. It will do soon as the croupy cough appears and I h XXx
I harm to no industry. It will benefit it' will prevent the attack. It never i ii i HIGHEST QUALITY" IS OUR MOTTO. x t
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President Message. I many industries. It is in the inter- fails and is pleasant andafe to take. I I ; ,
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TO the Sun: to and Houi of Repre- est of our people as a whole both boa. For hale by all druggists and medicine 1 ; ;

F fcauUve. I have convened the co cause of its importance from the braxis ad dealers. m 'f1 f I
i standpoint of international policy and itIf :
PM that it may consider the le Naval Stores Items. I
because of economically it intimately I MARION
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Xx I k
: us to develop and secure tb, I (!. II. Sarvis, of Gretna, will vita\e XXIT Xx {,

Cuban market for our farmers i to tilliuulga, Fla., to take chargeof
merchants and manufactur l'j t
Poverbt the Tuteu and Forehand turpeu-<< I I .
Finally, it is desirable as a I I 1xx 1
of good faith of our nation tine iut"rests in the near future. XX HARDWARE Xx 1
x Xx
I her sister republic to the )[r. Hartman, a turpentine man, I "i
\Vhen the butter won't south, woo welfare I I
?a must ever be has sold his entire plant to Mr. Ulmer j

come put a penny in the i i closely her liberty.!I-ound We with are ours.knit to We her gave by for about $: IUtlO.) x XX x l !

churn is an od! time dairy 1!j the memories! of blood and the co trVenable & Jones, the piillmen, Xx I I COM PAIY Tfy 1

age of soldiers who fought have purchased large tract of timber i 1
proverb. It often seems t01;I her in aarr; by the memories of fOI'l I a Xx I I I

'*trk though no one has ever I wisdom and !Integrity of our administrators land near Archer, and propose XX 1
soon to : iu the navel stores TT ---- -
tM "laWbw. '. I who saved her in peace and engigt I I Ii
\ who started her so well on the difficult bu-iuess on an extensive scale. Tract le 11 I I !

others arc worried path of self-government. We mus t comprises about 8,000 acres, andthe I XX I V\ e are Ocala Agents for 1
becatre help her onward and upward and ir I I ) I tie Children do not helping her we shall help ourselves II I timber it said to be the best in the I ( Ij

gair Mr ..':il i and flesh 1 1 The foregoing considerations cause ; state for turpentine purposes.' Monroe -
'
r lay give 1 gem Scott's Emultiti. 1- theba, negotiation and ratification of the treaty by the with senate Cu-: Vtnable stated that he proposed! Ii HFAVORITE") STOVES & RANGES S ?11* I

They now, \\ith equal three, support I 1 I to secure live Hundred hands at ouce, I I i x

It is the legislation by the congress whi and would, begin operations on the
like the in the
penny by the terms of the treaty, is n acesnew farm just as soon as possible.The x XXII x None Better on the Market M!
milk! because it works andk sary to render it operative.' A failure -
firm will! tan doubt enjoy a sueh. I I
use there i is something to enact such legislation would I I
i f ,ful .
come perilously near a repudiation of ces--> career.J. tfn

astonishing about it.Scett's the pledged faith of the nation.I C. Swindel & Co., have bought X XX X We Ocala for

L, I" Emulsion is simply transmit herewith the treaty as the turpentine business of the Hammoui are Agents JxI
amended by the senate and ratified by IIn I
a milk of pure cod liver oil> the Cuban government. (Signed) Theodore Manufacturing Company, located I I I L

"'ith I Ij Roosevelt, White House, Nov. at Nettle. Associated with Mr. XXI M
some hypophosphites 10 1903. "ELL WOOD" FIELD FEN CE
Swindle are Messrs. C. O. Fletcherand I !
j : l specially prepared for delicate IT11
Pioneer Brew Dead. J. A. Bland.-Naval Stores n I !
j 1 stomachs. I I
N. Y., NNor. H.TheodoraII.
Albany
Review. XX
! Children take to it naturally Amsdell one of the oldest lied Its Superior Isn't flade. 17
I I There is medicine
best known brewers In thfc Un no cough so popuI I IIU
f' because they like the taste States, Is dead at his home in this city lar as Foley's Honey and Tar It contains I I 1

and of 75. no opiates or poisons and never I
the remedy takes just as at the age XX
r fails to cure. For sale by Post Office x x *X
naturally to the children bemuse TO MEET IN BRUNSWICK. Drug Store. m We Are Headquarters for n i I Ix

it is so perfectly adapted Coast City Is Ready to Welcome Presbyterian M I II

:. to their wants. Synod. McIJER and MACKA1 ti
:' Brunswick, Ga., Nov. 9.-With the SASH DOORS AND BLINDS
: For all weak and pale and convening of the Presbyterian sin ynodthe x II

t thin children Scott's Emulsion Brunswick next week one of XX

; ',' l.* the most satisfactory tr'went.Ve eat' most assembled guests distinguished'of Brunswickians.in the bodies state will of men'be eva the ..... II" Write Us For Prices. itII i

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That the attendance will be verywere
will send XX
you large is now an assured fact and while
the penny, /. c., a I at no time until the past few days FUNERAL XXu X

i sample free. more than 75 delegates and ministersexpected : The Marion Hardware

r Be tore thit this picture in It is evident now from r< XX Company M
the form of a label a on the ports received that 100 or more w DIRECTORs ,
-nppcr hmukion of every boII k Q1 be In attendance, at least tw -thlrd s I ol II Ii l f
+ you buy.
whom will be ministers. -J- u! l OCALA FLORIDA.
BOVNE.Chemists ; Ll
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SCOTT &
} Not only '*ill all the prominent Presbyterians t lull wool of I CootnaCuteuanQpees Built XX
_{ divines from Georgia be "TuVeVerr'Seierlptlon' Special tttt nuca xx Xx -
409 Pearl St. N. Y. ent. but there will also be a number of ur1al.enlee.. I i if I -
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' LITHE COLOMBIA IS HE MASQUERADEDAS The Fastidious Man War on Moonshiners.-- -- -

r. '' Raleigh, N. C. Nov. 7.-The state
ANGRY find the Waiter"I authorities have at last taken active H eve Yon A Dead Piano
WITH U
S, A MILLIONAIRE steps to wipe out the illicit aistilleriej.
was'! much amused: the other day. in Fadkin county
where
the
1 said[ the watt with the raveled sitar shiners have been so defiant since moon At Home ?

L Condemns Action American "by. a conversation that took place ins flrst of last July, when the Watts lar -'-'---- ., .
certain little cafe downtown between went into -
effect.
imposter Impersonated Robert The result of th':
Naval Forces at Colon. u fastidious patron and the crusade is that four mocnshiuers bars One whuse harmonies are silent because you

,'" Goelet, of New York.TO waiter assigned to the' task of serving:; been convicted and sentenced p
CONSUL TORRES INTERVIEWED him.! penitentiary, these being the first to ; have no one to play? If so, let us sell you the
,. "As 1 was sitting near the fastidious convictions
WIN HAND OF for this offense ever effecte- I
YOUNG GIRL. wonderful
patron 1 could not fall to overhear his
tU Says Colombia Was Prevented In the state courts. The
I orders, the exactitude of which were sectiiaeat 0 ..
.' Sending Troops to Panama *oelet Family Employs Detective to which used to be so strongly in IVOl' i
; from and i most' edifying. I saw that the waiter I .tt"rOJI.t'1'ic PIANO 1'Im
of tie S
moonshiners A
,
Fulfilling; Her' Treaty Obligations to Clear Up Mystery in Which Young j :LMillionaire's ad. as I had too, immediately sued up by: many political speakers who were hel- 1 R 81;)(). to $:7;).
to 1I 1
up the man. He had a nasty! irritating I I !
[' Maintain Order Name, Figured Extensively -' i little theCCm.s\ of federal oppression >
and
cough he sipped ice water now rapidly / N I), perhaps need STEINWAY KRo -
In Rumored Nuptials. while giving his order. The I changing. and the you a : ;{
. Pair! Nov. 9.-The Patrie this a! conversation friends the moonshiners G'

tenwCB publishes in a dispatch from New York, Nov. Convinced that >I' ran about this way: .among the lawless element now have Yet are in t\ICH _& BACH, KUIBELL, HAINES BRO,::". ,
'Bring me a pot of toffee: said the
Aomrp. Belgium, an interview with an imposter used their name to gain finicky customer, 'a pot mind you nota some counties the! sheriffs, afraid o A or Original JIATHUSHEK S SON PIANO. f fI
: Gcszalfl( ,:Torres, consul general of Colombia the hand of Miss Eleanor Anderson : the power cf the liquor element
a
cup of coffee, but a pot of it And it have t' !
w ho sayg he has ust receiveda telegraph operator in an uptown hon\ be hot-hot and strong. Don'ttarget failed to make any arrests. S N Most Artistic of the world's great instruments.
ji:patch from Colombia announcing tel, the '
family of
Robert Goelet has
that. Also a tenderloin steak.rare. .
ft Oat 7.000 troops are about to arrive employed detectives to find the man i Please remember that, waiter. Astoria Landslide, Ore. Blocks Road.. I Remember our headquarters are
Nov. 7. .
M'Sarannia on their way to colon: with -As a .re-sl
uai i
instructions
, leave no stone And don't have any tat on It. 1 can'tbear of the late S
the cumber SCO heavy rains a landslidehas Florida i
are trom Jacksonville -
jLmoof men turned to clear up the mystery whica i, the sight of tat in the morning. occurred at Bugby's
point
tit department of Antioqui. a day or two ago took the form of an 'Very well sir, said the waiter politely near this place and the quarr ani
Astoria
The, department of Boyaca is also announcement that the young millionaire ; '110 fat. Colombia railway track is covered wit'* 1

nraUhicc its contingent. was about to wed Miss Ander- I "And bring DIP some dry toast; hot. several thousand tons of
consul General Torres adds that the son remember hot rock. Trove .
toast-and have It madeof

action of the American naval forces The latter story was denied, but the stale broad. And see that It! Is will-be interrupted several.- -days.Women's LUDDEN CAMPBELL SMITH.

'. it Colon prevented Colombia from Anderson family insisted that a man toast IK! outride and not soggy withinI r ,

j i ae&dtas troops to Panama to suppress representing; himself as Robert( Goe- hate boggy toast Please bear that in

> uprising thus preventing Colombia let had been presented to their daughter -, mind: Kidneys ,

from fulfilling her treaty obligation with letters of introduction and he 'Very good, sir' replied the waiter; J- I.

! to main taro order. He further also used cards bearing that name. i 'not soggy; within.' A Common Mistake which

declared that in spite Amercan interference It has been learned that the letters ': "'Also some sliced tomatoes,' continued Causes Much Suffering We WantEvery

Colombia will fulfill her still in the possession of the Ande.-: the man. 'And take the ice from -

treity duties and will march troops by ions were forgeries. them and drain them. I want my tomatoes Women are just as likely to have kid.

land to Panama. The imposter went so far as to show Don't dry; undt'rstnnldry, not wet! asp or bladder trouble as men; in fact, Grower in the State

The Patrie asserts that the forego Miss Anderson her future home oa forget": they are more BO; but very often they

IEJ interview disclose that Colombia Fifth avenue, and all preparations Were ( 'Yt>s.must sir.: responded be! the waiter: *toaiatots attribute indications of disorders to complaints To Have Our Books. ,

has decided not to permit the United made for the wedding when the story dry.
peculiar to their sex,while the
gutM to take art of her territory got Into the newspapers and thus 'Anil now let's see let's see. Oh. "..' .\ VEGETABLES." A complete manual on Florida crops.
yes. Eniij: me some fried He real cause of their trouble Is some distressicg "
eggs. "1 I.nuu.OIC.tXU't, Book of special interest to Orange Growers.
udel the pretext of creating a new reached the man who was supposed: to
be sure that they are perfectly fresh- kidney or bladder disease. FLORIIkA STRAM JERRIES," Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultlvttiioii -"
tepa9lle. taking the leading in the
part n* J perfectly: fresh. And I desire them Nervousness, headache, puffy or dark: and Fertilization.

mance. Thus far no trace of the man'a fried on one side only. You won't forget circles under the eyes, pain in the back, IRISH POTATOES,"' Booklet on "Soil Seed, Planting, Effect of Fer.
Appointed Diplomatic Agent. true: !denti/ has been secured. ( that!' tilizer. Digging and Fhi uping."
Panama NOT. S M. profuse or scanty supply of urine with "
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Philippe BuBtaYtrilla ''Oh no. sir' ejaculated the waiter "PIXEAPPLE FERTILIZIXG, Of special interest to Pineapple
I his been appointed diplomatic VERDICT AGAINST EVANS. 'I'll "; strong odor and a frequent desire to pass (i rl\wl'rl.1!
not forset..tnd: which side, sir?
t agent of the republic of Panama New'York Times. It, with scalding or burning sensation, IDEAL FERTILIZERS," Book showing! all our different brands ,an.. .. ,
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at Waahtnrton. Fined $500 for Shooting at Bryan sediment after standing in a bottle twen.yfour alyses, prices, etc

H, U one of the financial of r Doss Paid Fine \ hours are all signs of kidney or
,I agents The Sarraitic Father. New and R(>,hit'tf )Fditioii+ of Altorc Just Pnbli -
ti. Panama company. His first oScitl I Savannah Ga. Nov. 9.-Nat Evans, Old Attorney Another blunder! 1 bladder trouble, which soon wear out the Iied Sent Freenr Asking.

, I I I act was to officially notify the the third member of the gambling fra' (am almost discouraged with you. There most robustIf

I f Jwta that the United States has recopUMd ternity in Savannah to appear in the \Is but twice a day that 1 feel you to you han any of these symptomsVOLET'S

.I the de facto government of the superior court this week, ,was found justify< the term "rising young attor KIDNEY CUKK will cure you and WILSON & TOOMEf} FERTILIZER COMPHYJACKSOXY1LLE

i I, rtpftbUc of Panama. The news has guilty of shooting at another and recommended i ney." restore your health.

e4esed) peat rejoicing here and was to the mercy of the court. Old Attorney's Son-And what Is We know thousands
there of
are women l'I.tUun.l.g'nt$.
I telegraphed throughout the ('()untr). Judge Pope Barrow fined him $5" 1 that?
who are never well and who have almost
-. with an alternatvie of six Old .
Preparation* -.1 i" wda; to cetbnte serving \ttornt'y-Wben you're comingup
the event with great en months on the chalngang. The judge 1 in the elevator, morning and noon.- lost hope of ever being well again,who

I aim. M. Pbiupp wuaonila !s now told him he would impose a light sentence Baltimore American. would be speedily changed to bright,happy Evrrrrvrrvrrrrrrrvrrrrrrrvrr.rrrrrrvrrrrrrtrrrrrrr

ia New York. as he thought Evans had been women,glowing with health,by taking : ESTABLISHED YEARS. .

led into the affray by James L. Doss Ml the Iletlor FOP Her.yqi. TOLEY'S KIDNEY CUBS: ; thus removing .

'''i Trouble at Bogota. who has already been sentenced. Doss the real cause of their misery Instead of : HANNHBROS :

I Washington, Xov. 9.-A dispatch to promptly paid Evans fine. Evans doctoring for"femalj troubles. _

f' tho lUte department from Minister shot Gad D. Bryan, Jr., twice during Mrs. FKASCES L. SALES, of Missouri WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND :BEER HOUSE. :

r Iieanpre! dated at Bogota, Nov. 4, says the fracas. galley, la,writes:"I have been afflicted
i 1246: to 1258 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. :;
t there were rumors of trouble and in w ith kidney trouble five years; had severepaiosln ,

i Correction there on that date. Tomato ut1t"r. my back and a frequent desire to I 4 Full Qts. u Full Qts. I

, Tomato butter is a delicacy put up urinate; when riding I experienced much I Hunting Club $265 $700 e 1.
REPUBLIC OF PANAMA. I Nelson County 290 75
by some western housewives. To nine 1'
: pain over the region of the kidneys. I I 1 Iouogramlal1'land i 20 Boo .e.
pounds of tomatoes peeled and sliced
tried five without benefit and I Hanne's 44" 3 75 9-5
I tcfori Recognition France Demands allow three pounds of sugar one pint physicians I 1 Social Drops 4 00 11.00 :

r Specific Declaration. of vinegar, three .ablespoonfuls of then concluded to try FOLEY'S KIDXET : : : : tell what we :
I ;
Part CUBE. After taking three $1.00 bottlei I EXPRESS PrJEPAID"oucan 51 try.
:\o\ '.Before the recognition cinnamon, one and a half tablespoonfuls I you .

E by France of the republic of Pan of allspice and one tablespoonfuls l was completely cured. j i, c i Our reference, 15 years successful business. !.

tea, Foreign Minister Del Casse has clove Cook until thick stirring; pos'omc(' Drug Store. 16..AAAAAAAA.- +R+ a..aue.uaituaaaa.a..a..ra..u.v'

derided to secure a specific dec ra' often to prevent scorching.In ,
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F Uoa hit the new regime will carry

':, tilt Colombia's farmer obligations in tUff! Curtain Line. THE
I cot&mion with the canal and otherI Egyptian not is one of the recent -
French property interests. Uni things in the curtain line. Its distinctive '. ,

LUU declaration unmistakably given decoration is a star on a '!

'f French recognition will be withheld groundwork of not. Curtains of this j .

Oat U loon as It U given there la fabric are run\tl! along the edge and i

tat belt reason to believe that Franca are particularly. good for bedroom or j i CABLE COMPANY
till! boudoir! use. I
recognize the Independence o! I FwwlJie! told Kitzie Kicker that

tat vex state. j the pov'ner was awf ly mad because I
D<*fciKn In lireukfufct Sacks.
Cable Inqulrlea A Nets j
are now proceedingtt I! bad no bwains.
Now that the kimono has become ann j
secure the specific assurance r&nen .Al?!ie- .\nl1 what did she say, deaL
>d. The French consul at Pa overfamiliur! o!>jtt.. any variation in 1 j!i boy? One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the
ls the way of a breakfast: jacket dese1"i
Cabled yesterday that Panatnioad j FWl'dflSl1e\! said she'd be awfly

awume Colombia's former treaty ....." I! mad if 1 bad.

Ul legs) obligations. This is conildwM k'.' ..-'I".. ,\ i .
;."// ., ; Sailors Are Fond of Sweet Thing.
!IIf the officials here as ma}.' '" .- United States
\\ L I| !:;;:;lor3 ere wry fond of sweet things
fc:| practirally certain the intentions '.I -" ,
I' ; and to one who knows little about
ef the new state towards French proM it q I them it H surprising to learn the

} niht, but In order* to removetlijht't I quantity of candy they consume. In ,!
t quo stoon of doubt, a def .
+ the ship's store are kept buckets of
hht 4 tlaraton; from the new regime this article, which is one of the chiefcommodities
i* awatte+hWien This Manufacturesand
in exchange for which a Company
11.. |18 received it is expectktt sailor parts with his pocket money.
t4 the French course towards i* On large; ships several thousand pounds

fttoopl'IIID of the new state will fob !- I of candy are frequently consumed on a Sells Direct the
gobs'ntal1y; that taken by Was cruise.-Gunion's Magazine. j

Upon yesterday, the French consul jF
I F
1 Economical In Savory.IillI .
M
Panama being directed to enter into
suppose in} wife is the most
Matlons with the new authorities, an-i economical that
woman ever stepped.
formal i J. ttfrg of ognitlon following

Ut titer Tif+ officials here construe Hill Dale-So! -Yes?; she never spends money 1& Conover # Gable KiQgsbury JI t&

trtl-n taken by the United States for anything that she does not say she

U Wof equivalent' to a full recogniUo6 1 I will save it in something else.

o< the new state. I I I"z I Pale-And does she? I
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PalitU, "1., Xor. 9-The 8-ye arodI \\ Wage Increase Offered.
I t toa of J. H. Merrioay, was accidental, f.L Chicago November Represents
I I ll loot and killed here. \ tires of the packing interests at the

1| Albert Manic was endeavoring to J \ Union Stock Yards have offered fiTe PIANOS !

\ talotd a ihotgun when in some manr \ striking sausage makers and cannersan

l it ran discharged, the entire load : I I :. \ increase in wages to a minimus-
,.. I \ .- of $1,75 a day which
probably wi'
\f tttfflDc the little boy'a breast. \, .. ,!
I H, : -- be accepted by the employes,
died without speaking or mov- ,/1'/ .:' \ preven'a .
|ll1r, except that he turned his eyea \, ,::- ", '\" tag general strike in all the center: ,;....c "'.'. : ...' :'':' : : '.: .

4 to look &t his mother, who rushed tot I of the industry.

t there he lay, Young Manic who held AS ATTRACTIVE BEEAKPAST SACK.

tU ma. {, prostrated. attention. A very pretty design and All There Yar ec ..ar,., Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times
3, Doth boys were of prominent faui- one also easy of accomplishment Is "Charley never thinks of playing the ,
1 lkl shown in the cut. races any more," said young Mrs. Tor
'';1 It is equally suitable for muslin kins.

WAR ON BAD BLACKS. cashmere or silk a spotted border of I'm; glad to hear it," said! the friend. send us order all and
silk forming its only deco your we pay expenses
Ct/l.rll| Mavement Along Mississippi cambric or "IIow did you persuade him to quit?
River ration. The material is laid in box "I didn't persuade him at all. I accepted
i; to Oust Bad Element.
''" dew Orleans. Nov. 9.-The lynch- plaits, through which a ribbon matchIng it in a spirit of patient resignation
hg the border In color Is threaded ending and told him that if he lost anymore satisfaction
at PMS Christian was the culrniiUtlon ;
: in a chow on the left side, where I was going to do the cooking guarantee ,
1 of the development of negro
the negligee fastens. myself."-Washington Star.
'I tttUwry in that section, and may be
f followed by a general movement along Receiver Appointed.
Nov. 9.-A receiverhas Russo-Japanese Negotfatlohs.
Philadelphia
the Miuliilppl rout to get rid of th.
been appointed for Landretc Berlin. Nov. 9.-The negotiations between -
bd
if element The liabilities Russian and Japan have so far A
F The woman outraged was Mrs. Peter & Sons, seed merchants. J. JORDAN SB:
.Ubouiise. who was Mrs. Osgood Peel are about $150,000, and assetsmuch advanced that the Associated Press Branch.
; less. The house is one of the la officially informed that the announcement
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society belle of New York having
In the country, having been I of a settlement may ba ,
,ken Miss Isabel Townsend before her oldest
; lrat founded in 1784 by David Landreth: exported soon.
marriage England. 1113 Franklin St Tampa Florida
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THE POOR CANDIOATE.
A drew Industry Or ,An Old One HISTORY OF THE ANCHOR. :

Revived.Justafterthecivilw.tr. To Cure a Cold in One DayTake Cores Cripin
Varloni Improtruientx That hateBeen Alter an exceeliLgly brilliant political Two Days.
Ur,
t } title of "deer tongue", snufjtiuieselled The ships anchor In general u..ed up career, far more successful than I Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A I'll on every

to the U'; innin of the last miturjcouxNtnl the average politician, iu retiring '(9.c DOL 25e.ADe .
vanilla, was shipped from Seven Million boxes sold in 12 months. This /'ai/tir
of a long, round irou hhauk from office aud the stage; of politics, past Signature,
Florida to New York and other mar- having two comparatively short
Bob( Taylor, of Tennessee, is moved
dukes im-hm-d to the I
kets. straight; arms or ;j
shank at an angle of about -10 degrees to say:
wild iu nearly all
This plant grows and tut'ouug; it in a Mme\\hat sharp' "Every honest man who runs for ...

parts of Florida, at least in all parts point at the crouu. In large labors office is a candidate for trouble, for
and all it costs, is to the bulky wootk-u stock vas built up Old Standard
of Marion county, the fruits of political, victory turns to :
of several piece hoop( nl together the a
But for cause or ashes the To me there is
gather It. some on lips
whole tapering outward to the ends
ceased and for the :1ftf cable side nothing in this world M pathetic as a
other the Industry especially on Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic :-
k
many years there has been none ex About the beginning of the last cen- candidate. He is like a mariner
tury a clerk in the I'lyuiouth naval i without a compass!, drifting on tbe <

ported. yard 1'eriug by name suggested: certain I tempest tossed waves of uncertainty annual sales
has i stood the test 25 Average :
Mr. W. W. Carman, who came to improvements the most importantof I between the smiling cliffs, of hope and t years.

Ocala from Palatka about two years instead which of was straight making At tile first arms sight curved this frowning crags of fear. He is a .:, over One and a ffeSf Million bottles. Does this record

ago, baa revived this industry and simple change seem of little value, walking petition and a living prayer. 1 1i '
may
He is of sentiment of merit to ? No Cure No Pay. SOc.
public
this aeaaon has shipped upwards of but consideration will show that this Is a packhorse i appeal you ,
,
25.000 pounds of deer tongue to I'ew not the case. Tbe holding power of an He is the dromedary of politics. And j oil Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cer Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER HLLS.
even if he reaches the goal of hU ambition .,
anchor depends on two principal con- aar'---"'''' 'tZ. "<"': :: "': :'::M ,m' 1'--
York aud id receiving a very fair diUons-nlmely. the extent of useful he will soon feel the beak of

price for it. holding surface and the amount of the vulture in his heart and the fangof

Beaidea the deer tongue Mr. Car- vertical penetration. The latter quality tbe serpent in his soul."
is necessary on account of the nature French Piano & Co.
man baa shipped 4,000 pounds of of ordinary sea bottoms, the surface IPhysiciins Prescribe It. Jesse Organ

Jmusalem oak seed, which also is..a layers of which are generally less Many broad minded physicians _
tenacious and resisting than Is the
weed that grows wild in Florida. ground a short distance below.In prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as e1

Mr. Carman is also shipping prickly the year 1831 chain cables beganto they have never found so safe and

seta and later on will begin shipping supersede the hempen ones, with reliable remedy for throat and lung '
the result that the loaf shanked anchors troubles as this great medicine. For Factories
palmetto berries. hitherto in vogue were no longer saleby Post Office Drug Store. m
The deer tongue la mixed with tobacco necessary and anchors with shorter

to give it a pleasant aroma; the shanks end with header and stronger Cows In Greenwood C.m.tary. Richmond Indiana.

: crowns gradually came Into Use. Inconsequence Mr. John Pasteur and Mr. P. H. ,
Jerusalem seed is used in making a
I of these changes a commission
vermifuge; the prickly ash and pal- ,, was appointed In the' year 1833 Gillen, while at Greenwood cemetery -
Into the holding of anchors afternoon discovered it
metto berries, for making patent to Inquire power Sunday
and a principal result of its labors -
to be full of cows, which these gentlemen
medicine preparations. was the adoption of the BO called
Mr. Carman is in correspondence admiralty pattern anchor which con- say, were feeding on the .

with other houses and expects to ship tinued to be used In the navy up to the plants and flowers. Distributing Depots
ISttX The invention of the steam
I year
the 8eds, roots and bark of other I hammer in 1842 made the welding of We are requested to call same to

pUnta, which enter Into the manufacture heavy masses of Iron a comparatively the notice of these, who have the

easy and reliable process so that from in charge.
medicines cemetery
of various patent ,
.
this time onward the strength of an- St. Louis Mo. Nashville Tenn. Texas
ADd hopes to build up a large trade in chors fully kept pace with that of the Dallas,

this line. I chain use.cables which bad come into general It's For You!* Birmingham, Ala. MontgomeryAla[ :

All these articles, together with i
A number of patents for anchors
mow, which Is shipped in large were taken out prior to the great exhibition .

quantities from this state, are wild i of 1851.: and. public attention
having been called to the models there
and the gathering of same
products shown in the following year a committee .
In spare moments will add many a I was appointed by the admiralty to

dollar to the exchecqner of people report on the qualifications of anchorsof
the various kinds. Practical trials Representing
living on the farm.A were then instituted. and as a result ,

Trotman's anchor took the highest!

Dangerous Month. place. Rodger's anchor being secondon STEINWAY PIAXOS- The acknowledged standard of the world, '
This is the month of coughs, colds the list Some of the tests to which

and acute catarrh. Do you catch the anchors were submitted were of VOSE PIANOS-Matchless in tone, action and construction. Every style a gem of the
doubtful value such for instance, as
hoarse
,
Fiui yourself
?
cold, easily
piano makers art.
with tickling in your throat and an "facility for sweeping. Nowadays,
however, at all events for deep shipsin
annoying cough at night? Then shallow harbors. It is considered an The Great Ijealt. Drin .

you should always have handy a bot- advantage for an anchor to offer as little Manufacturers

tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. obstruction as possible above tbe

J. A. Anderson, 815 West 5th streeth, ground.-Science Siftings.

Salt Lake City, writes: "We us Bal- I STARK PI.-\XOS-.An; art product, musically and artistically, unexcelled for quality, beauty

lard's Horehound Syrup for coughs Came For Rejoicing -
and colds. It gives immediate relief. Judge Shaw In his latter days was Dispensed at! all Soda FountainsISc.: and durability.

We know its the best remedy for reverenced by the jvople of Massachusetts JESSE FRENCH PLAN OS-Exquisite case designs. Tone action and lasting the
as it be were a demigod. but qualities! ,
tutees troubles. I write this to induce METTO Syrup is put up formixing
In his native county of Barnstable be
other people to try this pleasant and was reverenced as a god. One winter with ice water in the very best.

efficient remedy." Uoc. 50c. and fl.Oo when the supreme court held a special summer time and with hot RICHMOND: PIANOS-Embodying generous artistic qualities. Honestly constructed in
at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m session at Barnstable for the trial of a water in the winter time, every

capital -case Judge Merrick. who was Specially adapted to familyuse particular.
Our Country's Hope. of the out of the
one judges came either as a beverage or a
Honor roll of the Cltra High School courthouse just at nightfall, when the table drink, taking the placeof Pianola
and Ceciliaii Piano
whole surface of the earth was covered Players.
for the month ending November 6, tea, coffee, etc. .
with ice and slush, slipped and fell

1903: heavily breaking three of his ribs. lie __ un_ -- direct from Ter'xns
Shipped factory to purch ser. cash or easy payments if desired '
Andrew Ellis. was taken up and carried to his room
James Hobkirk. at the hotel and lay on a sofa waiting Prices for syrup:l-2::! pint, 25c. .
for the doctor to come. While the 1 quart, 7$c. 1-2 gallon' fl.So,
Marshal Strickland. __ __ ___ __
Ervin Martin. judge lay groaning and in agony the 1 gallon, x.50.TiireetionsTwo. 1 : -- ----- _- I
old janitor of the courthouse, who had tablespoonfulsused
:May Borland. helped pick him up, wiped off the wet to a glass of water.
Rhea Malphurs. from his clothes and said to him I :
Costs lees than 2c.
a glass.
Mattie Ellis. "Judge Merrick. how thankful you

Dollie Rowell. must be it was not the chief justice!" TROPICAL WNUF4CTURINC GO JAMES J. WATSON
Louise Borland. Poor Merrick could not help laughing,

Maggie Burleson.Gertrude though his broken ribs were lacerating Jacksonville Florida. ,
bis flesh.-George P. Hoar In Scrib-
Hobkirk. ner's. For sale It)' sid 18. "'Janie}',
George Rowel, T. "". TKOAler, (', E. '.'uJlor, Tallahassee, Fla. Ocala Fla.
Ethel Borland. FIJI llalrdrrnsiug. 1'o.tollirelrug Store and An- ,

Nina Thornton. No one has visited:: Fiji in the past
TEACHERS. without being astonished at the fearful Representative of Florida

and wonderful styles of halrdress-
The following extract from a letter ing. They are geometrical: monumental .
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written by G. M. Harmen, of the pyramidal and trapezoidal. An ad- w.Vrotheetonat. -

Dispatch, to the proprietors of Ra- ditional factor in this production of .

inou'a Remedies is self-explanatory: the grotesque Is that the hair varies in """-'" -- .......--..-..- -.... McMillan
There is no pill that equals Ramon's color as lime varies in bleaching poweror t1afi the Kind E.BIGGS. Bros
as the juice of the mangrove In coloring '' '' that Leads T -
Pills; they leave the bowels with "
matter. Between black and white cost more-plead more.
. such pleasont healthful feelings: not sold t y ail dealen.JOOl'eed ATTORXEY-AT-LAW.
the colors
run through the blue black Annual
t Office in Block.)
( Gary-Agnew
: bad ellects, after perfarming their and all the shades of red and yellow. ..4 1' postpaid applicants.tree to nil OCALA 4 FI.ORIDA. Southern Copper Works
J work so thoroughly. I have tried Often half the hair Is red and the other .r D. M.Ferry&Co,
them aud know whereof I speak." half white, giving a kind of piebald effect Detroit Mich. 1{ D. FULLER=
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i :)e. at Postofflce Drug Ltore. m w a DE TIST.
f Manufacturers of
Over Munroe&Chambliss Rank Ocala.Fla. Turpentine Stills
r J. B. Cutler, formerly trainmaster! It Depend. "I.I .

J L on the Atlantic Coast Line, with Floorwalker-Vases? Yes, ma'am. M. THOMPSON
Right up this aisle. Bargains from 23 .... -. J _
l -- I and General Metal Workers.
headquarters in this city, but now cents up.Next PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEON.

prosperous ice manufacturer, who Shopper-You have a display of Jerry Burnett Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp,Montezuma.
vawses today? OCALA FLA.
f controls plants at Dunnellon, Dade Same Floorwalker-Vawses? Yes OldJStills: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
SPENCER.
City and Lakeland, was in the city madam. Down the next aisle please. Mercahnt EDWIN through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

for a few hours yesterday. Mr. Cutler Bargains from $3: up.Exchange.lie ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
h .
states that, while the ice business is a deeded CneonrBgiiinent. OCALA 78FLORIDA. following worksFAYETTEVILLE _

little quiet at present, he expects to "Do you try to be contented with Tailoring; J U. CHASE, _

a good harvest when the poverty my man?" asked the rich N. C.
reap vege- donor. DENTIST, SAVANNAH, GA.
- table is opened. His plantsare OCALA. FLA
shipping
"I'm afraid "
not. answered the hard JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
located in tbe heart of the fish: and up delinquent. "but just try me with Ocala, Florida. CARLOS L. SISTRUNK, MOBIE, AA.. .

riches and sea how contented I'd be.- Finest Imported and -
vegetable districts, and there ia no ATTORHEY-AT-LAW.

doubt but that he will enjoy a most Chicago Record-Herald. Domestic Cloths. Room<. Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla. 5 28 I JAS. GRAHAM, President! OEOW.HYDE, Vice Pre

profltible business during these beacons. D.....

Mr. Cuttler has many friendsin "But after all is not good digestionthe Cutting a SpecialtyFits The First National BankOF
basis of beauty?" Guaranteed.
this city and section who are always "Aye what else may change the DR. E. ALLEN, MD.

glad to see him.-Gaiue&ville grub into the butterfly?" exclaimed
Sun. Beatrice attacking the sirloin zestful- GeQuine l Hocl{ Ford CantaloupeSeed Eye and Ear SpecialistIn GAINESVILLE.The .
ly.-Detroit Free I'ress.

For a Bad Cold. -.-__.. for Sale I Ocala EveryTHURSDAY Chartered
Only Bank in Alachua County.
If you have a bad cold you need a Down and Out. Tlanted and saved! at Rocky Ford, ,
Upton-Say, Isn't that richly dressed Colorado, under my personal su
good reliable medicine like Chamber- woman across the street your cook? pervasion and guaranteed to be MONTEZUMA HOTEL Capital. . . . . . . . . ... . . .$50,00'
: aln'a Cough Remedy to loosen and Suburb-No. We did make our home perfect seed from standard netted t ": \- ': -- '- Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . 20OOC'( iK
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relieve it, and to allay the irritation with her for awhile,but she discharged melons. > -' Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to bank In the
and inflamation of the throat and us last week.-Buffalo News. Only limited amount on hand. state Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations any ,

lungs. For sale by all druggists and Address C. 3IATHI3, ,' FOlEYSIfOHIYMIDTAR I Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
medicine dealers. m History! repents Itself. You cannot transacted promptly.
10 30 3mBlackville, 8. C. stops the cough and heal lung. I 10.17
find the ><
ag a woman in the Bible H. E. TAYLOR, Cath


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, time. In doing so, he .fttMttttttftftf..*..*.*.. NOl ICE. :.. 11 11or

POLITICAL CHIPS j I Ir expreg his sincere gratefulness to

if the IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
: and NOTICE Application for Tax .
newspapers many other | 1 \-. Carney. purchaser of Tax Cer. Deed Under Section S of I

friends for all the MILLINERY AND ART tificate No. 2392 dated the ist day of Inly A. D. Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. .
r kind things they 1901, has, filed said certificate in my office. and VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT PETTB- 1 .
have has made application for tax deea to issue in accordance Horn& .
I. FROM THE STATE PRESS. : said about him. Touching his 8 trway Co.purchaser of tax certificate
__ with law. Said certificate embracesthe No.39 5. dated the sth day of Angust. A.
======_ following described property situated in iqot. has filed said certificate in -
decision It office
.....................: may be said that, while Marion county. Flonda. to.wit has made application for tax deed my to issue D."t-"t fl

8 L.0t7. K. L. Carney's sub. ot a part ot sectionii. according with law. Said certificate embrace
*The West Palm Beach Tropical Hun many friends btood ready to support FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. township range 23 followmz described property situatwl in Marion i t
.ti:> him : The said land being assessed at the date of county. Florida to Wit 1 -
' 'JIOtes the removal of Guy I. Metcalf! cordially they will feel that, in the issuance of such certificate in the name ofMrs Southwest quarter of southeast quarter sec ,I '

view of the Pnncew. Smith. Unless said certificate tion 18. township 18. range 20. '
nd family from that town and ways: present circumstance*, S shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed The said land being assdssed at the date of 1. :
.; > his conclusion wilt! issne thereon on the ;th day of November, the issuance of such certificate in the name of j -
Iii understood that Mr. Metcalf is is \vise9ue! as the A n. 1003.Witness S W. Lavtoq. t."nes! said certificate shall be : -
: & chances : The Highest in Art and Fine Trade is to : my official signature and seal this the redeemed according to law tax deed will issue :

to'on: the stall of the new Stockton now are apparently against loth day of September A. D. 1903. theveonon the nth day of November A. D. t I]
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. 1c oi. -

:..\\11 (lOOn to begin publication in him. It is safe to say, however, that S be on Display in Great and Beautiful 10 2 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Witness my official signature and seal this the I: .. .
3rd of
day October, A. D.
had he ---- 1003.
kOO! vii Ic. entered the race, he would S S. T.SI5nt' K. ,

have No NOTICE 10 9 Cerk Circuit Court Marion CA., Fla. -
.; .... received Ii very flittering vote, Designs. previous effort has ever .

\ It DliDulUe Mays, of Monticello. which would\ have placed him along- of Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of

-. for side of the : compared with this greatest and most : Chapter 4SS8, Laws of Florida NOTICE.
uses HI good a race goveriu as toremost candidates. NOTICE IS HEREBY GI'ETIIAT T. C. .

frank Mays! makes a newspaper of Maybe his opportunity will come four perfect selection ever viewed in Ocala. 2131. 2145. 2 purchaser 61. dated the of Tax 3rd Certificates day of Oct. Nos.1898, Notice tion of Applicatiffli 8. Chapter for Tax Deed Under S

Journal he will lack hence. __ ._ ___--__-_u -_ and 1203 dated July 2, iSo4, has filed said certificates 48.Laws! ot Florida.
Jj)8 Peusasola years -Puma Gorda f
) Herald. 9 9 in my office. and has made applicationfor NOTICE IS HEREBY GI"E.THA..T w. B.
: tax deed to issue in accordance with law. .purchaser of tax certificates Nos
of being at the "tall em'" .... I
'winy votes S said certificates embrace the following described itt, 277. 278. 344. 355. dated the second day of
- --- -- D
= --- -- -- --- property situated in Marion November. A 1896. and certificates Nos
of the ticket for the democratic nomf The \ewsls in receipt ota neat :0. Flonda.t>wif county 489. 492. 497. dated October 3. 1898 and Certificates f,

-. South half of southwest quarter. section 442. 443. 56, dated August j i$9. has filed .
Ination.-Gainesville Hun. little brochure of a half dozen paged MRS L T TOMPKINS northwest quarter of northwest quarter except 23 said certificates in my office and has made ap. 1 I

: : five acres in southwest corner aud northeast plication tor tax deed to issue in accordance .
.... containing the announcement of quarter of northwest quarter of section 23, with law. Said certificates embrace the follow
5Jini township 16. range 21. and lot 3, block 4 Dan ing described property situated in Marion coun
Alexander is standing by U0ur3ot Hon. Robt. W. Davis as candidatefor S OCflLA'S LEADING MILLINER bur*. section; 19. township 16, range 23 ty, Florida to-wit: South half of southwest t.

The said land being assessed at the date of the quartar section 3a. township ti. range 22, southeast t
b" Davis in his candidacy for gov the office of governor of Florida. S S tuna ace of inch certificates ia the names of quarter of southeast quarter north half of I-

': iyiiorwith the same: loyalty that he It ia characteristic of the man setting .S.SISUSSISI.S.SSIS.SSSIf Adam and Unknown.Slyke. Harriet Unless Myers.said certificate F N. RamsdeM.shall be: west northeast quarter quarter and northeast northeast quarter quarter of southeast of !south

redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue quarter section i nonh half of northeast quar U
itood b} his former chief, Senator forth his p"...itiou plainly, clearly and -. I thereon on the 17th dty of Nov. A. D.ign. ter and west three fourths of south half of .
. Witness my official signature and seal this the northwest quarter section 12, all in tnwnshm u. If -
(ill. Out tbiuK about Jim he i is aaJuue fully upon the questions! that relateto 15th day ot OcL A D. range U,northwest quarter of southwest quar
Hutchins Roller 1903.S.. T. S'STRUNK, ter and east hall t>f southwest quarter sectisn 6.
as steel" to hU friends: even the cilice he seeks. He is a lifelong Swing 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court, and west halt of southeast quarter
and west half of northeast quarter of south haIr t

iouKh it be to his own detriment.tuu. .- democrat; rves no master; con c' of northeast quarter section 8, all in townshio
t NOTICE.T. 13. range n
(iIDl'sviUe .. ltd with no corporation( directly or j BEATS THEM -.ALL The said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance ot such certificates In the names ,

"", .... indirectly; VelL-vta iu railroad commission Whom it May Concern: of I.J. Brokaw. Jno Jackson est. John F. Dunn

5\V| @ have known more than' one ; opjied. to trusts, believes \( J Rolls back and forth four NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE est.parties Martha unknown Evan: Unless J on a said Kibakra certificr.ts shall ali ."'

\ Central & Peninsular Kaifroad be: redeemed according to law tax deed nil be
, candidate to ruin his chances of -lec1 in |rimr> plan of nominating party feet. Company has filed in this office: a list of lands issued thereonon the nth day of Novemj, A. ,
situated in the township described below and D. 190J. j

D by talking too much. Senator candidates, and wants plan maintained : has applied for a patent for said lands: that the \\\ my official signature and seal this ILuess
Does not make seasickness list la tjpen to the public for inspection and a the jrd day ol October A I). 1903.S .
TilurVrro! appears to have profited l Ii y and perfected ; favors progress, i1b copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions has. T. SBTRt' K. I
| i fashioned been pg"ted.in a convenient place in this office 109C Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Kla. '
experience of others in. this particular good government, good schools and like the for the inspection of all persons: interestedand .
'It. ol the public generally.

but Jeuuiugs and StocKtoiipew colleges >;> g."j roads; fostering careby i- swing. Within the next sixty days following the date 1
.
of this notice protests or contests against the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

I. -- dtttruiined to "go on forever.. the blate..1 old\ soKiier? of the south ;i' r! Looks well on the l lawn ,i claim within ci:: the apy company section: to any or part tract of or section.subdivision -

plenty of and they peace and order. described in the list on the ground that the of the It
GIUh ID rope temperance good or piazza. same is more valuable for mineral than for ag- Department Interior, Land Office at \

.,- j-. ncu'.tural will be received and notedfor Gainesville, Fla.,October 26, 1903. !
,,ill do the rt'lIt.-Gainesville e>uu.Wnile Cocoa: and Rockltd Xewa. purposes '
\ report to the General Land Office at \Vasningtou NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE L
rOuFURNITURE COMPANY. ,D. C. i> named settler
following has filed notice of
t .... TIT. f* Dinsori'; : u..,,.dA..... her intention to make final 9.
in of
'- 'S. proof support ,
the Record is not favoring THE PRESIDENT AND PANAMA. .. HENRY Siri: :Receiver her claim, and that said proof will be made: I'
before Clerk Circuit Court at Fla
Ocala on
Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands
,
rUle candidacy of W. 8. Jennings for NEWS FROM BLITCHTOH. at t liome
v The United States of Colombia refused Study Florida. viz: Dora Daniels. of Ktndrick, FU home-
: United States senate, it deplores -- Learn nore:and you South. East. stead 27065 formerly Dora Stevison tor the
the :ara more. With Pie TlMet Home Study Lessons J"ll1IeId not Township,* Range. north half of southwest
to ratify treaty proposed by section
1 Blitch recently ease home or to luna Boalkeepul Antnnietie.UKebn.Oometrjr.Gianiur quarter 33.
Ihe made in SeCtions Hou. Xewtou A. employment
t attempt some ( ,Rhetoric, Luera"", .. Ixst.zy.by.ks. 15 23 township 14 soutn, range 21 east. .j
the government the United States. couvicta .LaOn.etc. TcheTslededto pass enininanont. 8rr.. T't NE# and P't S,4, Section 19. 9 i9 9t % she names the fallowing witnesses to prove j
the tate 10 array the Old Confederate appointed iu-peetor of state II Ut. QruUnuee. Addie4i.LLItltia.riltia.fU. her continuous residence upon and cultivation

j for the constructioa of a caLal week of said land, viz: Sam Hodge, Perry Edwards
t toldier against him because he fought was IIn a \'i..it !here during the NOTICE: Jim Steviaon Luther Stafford. all of Kendrick. ."

through the Isthmus of P Gfl the Federal'&ide during the war and in company with his brother, 10-30 W. G. ROBINsoN, Register. 1\\

: The congress, which sits at Bogota visit of Application tor Tax Deed Under Section 8 ot
.- between the fotatt'I.-DeLaud Record. Dr. :8. H Butch left for a In.\j :Votice Application lor Tax Deed ruder Sec
of 60 Laws of Florida.
Chapter 4 NOTICE!
had hardly adjourned when the !!eCf convict in tion 8, of Chapter 4SS3. Laws of Florida. !
:i. 4444 t-pection of all the camps NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E.

Jim Brooms to furuUh the ama of Panama was announced. On of V TOT ICE IS HERF.BY GIVEN' THAT FRED purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
With :
the state.: Senator Blitch is a man Ll' Webber purchaser of Tax Certificate/ No. 2497, dated the 4th day of November A. D. 1805, Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec. I

D-iunitte Mays the Tnanksgiv- the very day of the announcement -42. dated the 3rd day ol April. A. D. 1893 and certificate 1783 dated August 6th. A. D. lion S. Chapter 4588 Laws of Florida,
Uts, judgment; and tender sympathiesand bas filed said ctrtificate in my orfice and has 1900,has filed said certificates in my office and IS HEREBY

iLg turkey from hw farm Bob Davis of its secession a representative of the it ia believed that the governorhas I made application with law.for tax Said deed certificate to issue embraces in accordance In has accordance made application with law.for tax deed to issue certificate NOTICE it No.Wade Land Co.GIVEN, purchaser THAT of}tax tc.

dated the
the de facto government appeared: with the following described prooerty situated in Said certificate: embraces the following described A. I). has tns filed said 1st day of July.
the oil John Stockton peppe, made no mistake in appointinghim Manon county. Honda. to.wit: property situated it. Marion county. and made 1901 application for certificate tax deed in to my office

the veto and Taliaferro the necessarry papers at the white it South half of northeast quarter of southwest florida. to-wit. accordance with law. Said certificate issue in
Jennings siuce He will see to of embraces
to this iwsition. quarter section 22. townsuip '4. range 22. North half southwest quarter and south. the following described
the ... of The said land being assessed at the date of east quarter oi southwest quarter Section 36. Marion property situated m
the house door in .ty Washington Florida, to-wit
desert county.
the "rebate average that the state will have no reason to the issuance of such certificate in the name of and west half of southwest quarter of Section I Northeast
southwest
I Feand L. Pattrrson. Unless! said certifi. 25. all in Township 16, Range 24. quarter quarter section
Floridiau suould live in clover during asking for a-imission, recognitionand of the convicts 33. township 17, range 20.The .
blush for the treatment cates shall be redeemed according to law. tax The said land being assessed at the date of said land assessed
being
deed will issue thereon on the I5th day of December the issuance of such certificates in the name of at the date ofthe
the campaign.-lave Oak Democrat. protection and representative has the oversightof issuance ol such certificate in the name of Un
: a. longasht A I). 1503 Unknown, F. Q. Brown Trustee L. A. Griggs known. Unless said certificate hall be

.... was welcomed with open: aud oui Witness my oracial signature and seal this the and Unless J. s.. said Martin certificatess hall be redeemed according deemed according to law tax: deed will issue re
them. loth day c.fNovcnber. A. D. 1903. I
thereon on the 23d day of Sw. A n.
S. T. SISTRUNK.II to law. tax deed will i-sne thereon on 1903.
.. SO MORE ELHiIBLE.IJ. stretched arms. Overhultz will preach at the 31st ot October A. D. Witness my officul signature and seal this the
*' Prof. J. N. 130 Clerk Ci-luit Court Marion Co.Fla. day 1903. ith day of October, A. 0 1003 l''
Witness official signature and seal this
J.'.-, 'BrO !* NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE. 9 25 S. T.SISTRUNK.Clerk Co.
miles w.utu of Inverness will have', led up to tlitse: remtrkable: occurrences corditl'welcome i-j extended to everyone Circuit Court Marion County. Florida. it

that not a single! in NOTICE.
three tutdidates for the next state newspaper to <-<>me. VfOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEtf "'HAT TN- H Hof
and virtue of final decree of for- NOTICE
aleit .1-' der by a
the United States, as they are, :'Ir.Irris: preached to excelletu entered the I.th of .
primary: Jennings lor United States Rev. clooure ou day (October
D. 1903. by the Hon. %V. S. Buttock. judge ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of 1$
the least inftlin of what11.3 Notice of for Tax Deed Under Section
here Application
senator, Croom for comptroller and got !! iud interesting sermons the circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida.
I Florida sitting in chancery for Marion coonty. 8.Chapter 43. Iawsof Florida.
Kirk for secretary of state. All the going: on.How last Sunday. ?ix accessions were in a certaiu cause then pending in said court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HALL A1 TSJOTICE! Howell IS purchaser HEREBY ot GIVES Certificate THAT No.J.679.C. i
wherein Hattie O.Allen and Ceo K. Allen her of Tax Certificate No.
the representative of purchasers dated the 3rd day of April. A. D. has filed .
other politically inclined citizens of came maik to the church, all of whom received husband, and Ella O. Browne were complainants 1218 A 1219 dated the second day of July 1894. slid certificate in my office, and has 11193 made

this de facto government Washing- and Iarie l.ouix Goldbeck. Alfred C. and 951 and 2112 dated August -. 18;9, for tax deed to i-aue in accordance with application -
that town hold appointive offices ofelerklhlp.Lh'e the rites of baptism.Mrs. Goldbeck her husband Adelaide V Morgan No. ifyi, dated the 1st day of July law. Said certificate embraces the following jl

U at thi't'f time of the birth i'l JameeV. Morgan as heirs at law of William II. A.t' D. 1901. has filed said certificate in my described property situated in Marion
Oak Democrat.JKNNINGS' ton City ) Furgeroou, of Dunutllou, Morgan deceased were defendants. the undersigned otfice. and has made application: for tax deedto Florida to-vut: county !
;
special master in chancery will on issue in accordance with law. Said certificates .,
Northwest
of Panama? quarter of northwest
of the republic Wikonof this plice, fora quarter, section
:Mrs.
.... visiting Mundau tile -fli of ftttmbtr, 7903, embrace the following described property 3.township 14. range 12. .
whole concocted : situated Marion county. Florida to-wu. The said land being assessed at the date ot the
Was not the thing between nooa m. and J.co p. m. offer and cxL'ose -
: MOUEsT CLAIM. few days. for sale and will then aad there sell to the I South half of southeast quarter except 140 t-suance of such certificate in the name ot Hen ,

planned and executed behind closed here are busy manufacturing highest and bes bidder for cash in hand in yard square in southwest earner section 20 derson Harvey. Unless said certificate shall be
Theinner
Governor Jl'nuiugwodt'sty I* front of the court house door in Ocala :Mario township 14 range 21, southwest quarter of redeemed accorJitigto law tax deed will issue
doors at the capital of the United their cane into sugar and county. Florida. all the right. title interest and southwest quarter of section 22. northwest thereon on the 16th day of Xv.D.. 1403
of northwest of section
wbliiue. During his east coast campaign I estate of the said defendants. May Louise Gold- quarter q.iarter 24 Witness, iny official signature aud seal this the
half of southeast and north half
States? beck and Alfred C. Coldbeck:her husband, west quarter ith dy ot Oct. A. D. 1903 I
-
lat week he etoo.l before his syrup. Adelaide Morgan and James W. Morgan as oi northwest quarter except 5 acres in southwest S T. SISTRUNK.:

It is sti'l that for every s-pide full of Mr. ,lortou Furgersou is home for a i heirs at law of Wm. H Morgan, deceased, oi quarter corner ot section of northeast rt township quarter; 16 range of northwest 22 10 16 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co.. Fla. II
audiences and without batting an I in and to the following described lands situate. --
of the Panama I The said land being a"ses. d at the dat oftrie r''
dirt in construction lying aud being in the said county and state
short vacation. issuance of such certificate in the name of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
eye, !solemnly asserted that it was all to-wit: W. L Beckett, I.. B. Hart. Chis. Williams. i,
canal under De Lesseps a human BHU-htown is not braguiusr on Joinmeucing: at a point 6 39 chains east of the Florida Insurance and Unknown SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. :'I
mistake credit for the collection south est corner of the northwest quarter of! 1
a
to give Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed according ,
.sacrifice but the sacrifice of the southwest of section lowushiu ,
life wa-i its health record at the Present quarter I) to law. tax deed will issue thereon on --- !!
of the Florida's! IUtllHlIlr 15 south. range 22 east thence running north 1.
the rlh day ol December A. D lao?.
hifce lives doe not compare iu awfulness moment. Colds aud grippe are prev 15.65 chain-thence eat 6.59 chains thence south \Vitcea> my onitiai signature and seal this the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
claims fund entative3 in 15.65chains. thence west 0.39 chains to the point ned executo..1 l the last will and
to our rf-rret > : 3i of the
: with the performances alent. d' H. of beginning, containing by estimation: ten SISTRUXK. testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased Will on

fOUCt'! .., that he collected the Jll'llt'Yblnh..U. in this acres more or Ie..... s Ca 16 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. the 2Slh.ttJlof Febntari/. D. t ioj.
recent work of Mr. Roosevelt Also beginning at the northeast corner of the
and should have the credit.Ex. 1 SELLEVIEW. Alvarez grant tn township 15. south. range 22. ---- -- make final settlement of his secountsn4 apply
unfortunate! atliir. east,and raanic:: theoce south with a mag- NOTiCEOF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS for final discharge. Such final settlement and
iu Augustine.' Record.r netic variation ot 3 degrees. 9 minutes east. application to be made to the county Judge of
This canal i: bringing a worse blench I 23 69 chains. thence west with a magnetic variatioa :Marion! county, at Ocala. Florida

..4,4L .. Soviets were held in both the of a degrees 55 minutes north. 8 45 chains. 8216m J. M. LIDDFLL.D. .
United States than it melon 1 th..nr* rmrth rtafhflinthenceepfl.t s..ch"1D,, A. MILLER.
the -
IAH week the Democrat mentionedlion. on Methodist and lUptbt: churches :-\un'l to the pout of"beginning' containing: 20 acri-i In the Dutrict Court of the United States for the
France. of land more or less. Southern District of Florida-la Bankruptcy.In .

Frank flees of this city, as a day. The Rev. Mr. Duukliu of the Said land being sold to satisfy said decree antcosts. the Matter of Selwyn E Rowe Bankrupt. NOTICE.In .
-In Bankruptcy.
The whole tiling should be vepudiutil CARLOS L. SIsTKCNK.NEIL .
powible candidate for congress. Since Baptist, ami the Rev. G. H. Butler, M ALU1ED Sj)<:cal Master In Chancery mo THE CREDITORS OF SELWYN E.
the congrtsa of the United 10 30 bolidtcr: for Complainant 1 Rowe. of Dunnellon. in the county of Marion -
uy the Circuit Court ot the Fiiin
Circuit
that time the Democrat has been the presiding:: elder of this district, at the and district aforesaid a bankrupt Judicial
Notice is hereby given that on the ijth day of of Florida, in and for Marion County
estates. _ i1
_
recipient of a number of letters from )Methodist who made his quarterlyvisit. NOTICE; October,A. D. 1903 the said Selwyn E. lowe Chancery. f
Old Age.It'I \\asdulv adjudicated bankrupt; and that the
Doesn't Respect
prominent citizens iu diilereut! parts first meeting of his creditors will be held at Martha J. Oaborne, Plaintiff, vs. John W. 0_
iobameful when youth fails to the office of H L Anderson. Esq in Ocala.Fla.on borne. Defendant-Duorce.
of their The Rev. Mr. Conner is still confined In the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Circuit -
the district tendering support tilt i6th day/ <>Aocemfcr A D. igoj
13 ORDERED THAT
"' t make the show proper respect for old age, but the house with the grip. I in and for Marion County. Florida. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at which time the IT herein named, John W.THE Osborne DEFENDANT be and he
r If Col. Rees will consent to of Dr. to In Chancery. said creditors may attend, prove their claim. i" hereby required to appear to the bill of com'
j ustthe contrary in the csse L. Hopkins left for his appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and plaint in said came on or before Monday.
L. O'Neal
throughout Judge Benjamin Lewis Complainant, vi.
race. lie is recognized cut otl transact such other business as may properlycome
Life Pills. They The 4lk A. D.
Kwig's New Wed Hattie J. O'Neal Defendant. before said meeting. day ofjanurrv. !9o.It -
ta. of ability and one and home in Danbury, Conu., last is further ordered that a of this orderbe
Ute as a man maladies no matter how severe IT IS ORDERED TH.\ THE DEPENDENT; E. F. VOYLE.: copy
later in A herein named, Hattie J. O'Neal be and she Refree in Bankruprcy. published once a week for eight consecutive:
of the most eloquent and forceful irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, nesday. He hopes:: to return is hereby required to appear to the bill of com Gainesville, Fla.. Oct. 30. 1903- II 6 2t weeks in the Ocala Weekly Banner.

fever cou-stipation all yieldto with his wife and family. plaint iu said cause on or before Monday.the 2nd Don this 14th day of October A. D 1903.
Deuio- winter
Oik the
'ptaku.lu Florid .-Uve jaundice, day of November.. D. 1903.It (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.
this perfect pill. 25; 5a AntiMonopOly Several parties have been to the is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe NOTICEof Clerk Circuit Court.
crau week for four consecutive By H C. Sistrnnk D. C.
published once a
.... Drug Store and Tydingsand scrub deer hunting since the law weeks in the Ocala Banner. Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Edwin Spencer, Complainant..Sol'r. 10-30 .

Bute of Public In- Company.Big This the 22nd day September, A. D. 1903. Chapter 4Ss3, Laws of Florida -
Superintendent
S. T.SISTRUNK.:
off with indifferent success. 9 25
went IS: HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Ierk Circuit Court. J C. NOTICE
Uuctlou tiheaUha issued u challenge Load of 'Gator Hides. Mrs. Burgess and baby left Wednesday RAYMOND B. BVLLOCK NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
Con'plainant's solid tor. 570 dated the 5th day of April. A. D., Ib92, and
to Hou. \V. M. Holloway, now super- Bill Brown's caravan of ox teamsarrivt'd tor Greenville, S. C., their Certificate No. 662. dated August 6th. 1900. ot Application for Tax Deed Under Section
has filed said certificates in my office, and Chapter 3SS, Laws of Florida.
: IcUudtnt of AUchua county, audi on schedule time from the has made application for tax deed to issue in '
home.Mrs.. NOTICE accordance with law. Said certificates: embracethe IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT \\.

; *bo hat announced himself a caudi- store in the Everglades last Friday, Fogg was:. on the sick list last following descrided property situated in NOTICE & Bro.. purchaser of Tax Certificate -
dated the 6th of
No.457. day August A. D.
Marion county Florida to-wit:
| Utt for ktate BUperlnteudent to meet bringing in one of the largest lots of week but i is about again now. ol Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of South half of south half of northeast quarter 1900. has nled said certificate in mv otfice and
to Ft. Myers at of southwest quarter and north half of north has made application for tax deed to issue in
Florida.
brought of
Chapter 45S8. Laws
bides ever .
JOSH. with law. Said certificate embrace
him luJoint df bate. If the challenge hall of southeast quarter ot southwest quarter accordance
time including &"9 'gator hides, TOTICr IS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT MRS. section and 4.50 chains north and south on the following described property situated in J.
? .U there will tie methnl[ one -APPLICATION' FOR LEAVE l' Rubie Betry purchaser ot Tax CertificateNo. west side of south half of north half ol south Marion county Florida, to-wit:
ccptfa frkins. At this riCE OF
some otter and coon NO 1504 dated the tst day of July A. D. 1901 east quarter of soutwest quarter section 2. town. Lot a. block 12, Span-,!section 2$, township ife*
doln.' and the Tallaferro-Stockton Seminolea will clean out the TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. has filed said certificate in my cffice and has ship 14. range 21. range 22, ,
rate the 'I made application for tax deed to issue in accor The said land being assessed at the date of the The said land being assessed at the date of the
tontrovr will pale 1 into insignlfl- in the Everglade in a few dance with law. Said certificate embraces the issuance of such certificate in the name of issuance of such certificate in the i.ame of Wm
gator:: THAT ON'
y VOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN following described property situated in Marion parties Unknown. Unless said certificate shall Thompson. Unless said certificate shall be
fa OCt conU L Mr. SheaU epeci- yea .-Ft. Myera Press. 1* the 14th day of December. A. D., 1903. I I county, Florida, to wit: .i be redeemed according to law. Ux deed will redeemed according to law tax deed will issue! !
by will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock County West half of northeast quarter and north issue thereon on the 2 vl day of November, A D. thereon on the 20tn day of Nov. A D. 1903.
tin that urarcbligbt of truth Runaway Biejclo. Judge in and for Marion County, State of west quarter of southeast quarter for 1590 section 1903. Witness my official signature and seal this the
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Florida at his office in Ocala.in said county for 22,township i j, range 23. Witness my official signature and seal this 15th day of October. A. D.1003.
I. *HI b thrown on the Booker Terminated with an ugly cut on an order authorising me, as Guardian of the The said land being assessed at the dute of the 2oth day of Oct., A. D 1903. S.T.SISTRUNK.:
ui B. Orner Franklin minor heirs of the estate of Lillian E.:; Turner. the issuance of such certificate in the name of S.T. SISTRUNK 1016 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla.
matt the leg of J. sell at private sale the following Unless said certificate shall be re
M'MhluKtou! incident and other deceased, to Unknown. 10 23 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla. .'
: Ill. It developed a stubborn property belonging to said estate, to-wit. deemed according to Uw tax deed will issue
,;: Grove, in the east half of the WA ED-5E\'ERA.L INDUSTRIOUS FHR-
and circulat- Undivided half interest thereon on the i6th day of November A. D 1903.
ten luUrr|>rr.ruttDK De ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies southwest quarter, and southeast quarter of Witness my official signature and seal this the MANAGER WANTED in this county and sons in each state to travel for house established

Times. Bucklen'sArnica northwest quarter of Section 33, Township 15 14th day of Oct. A. D. 1903. territory to represent and advertise eleven years a large capital to can
: +1 to my Injury.' Fauii for four years. Then !. South. Range 22. East. S. T. SISTRCNK an old established business house ot solid upon a'witb for IIICcesSfullJl4

Salve cured. It's just as.I Said lands belonging to the estate of the said 1016 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co..Fha.FOEYItTh'EYTAR. financial standing. Salary |2i weekly with profitable engagement. Weekly
4444U1UIIBWT Lillian l!;. Turner, deceased to be sold for the I $3 per day for expenses paid on each Mondayby cash salary of SiS and all traveling expense:
: (.JIJ. SUT A CANDIDATE.Itu. good for burns scMi skin eruptions best interest of said minor heirs. This 6th day check direct from headQuarters.. Expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
November advanced and horse and buggy furnished when Experience not essential. Mention reference
of ,903.
authorizes the an- and piles. 25c- at Anti-Monopoly A. C.Tt'R ER. necessary position; permanent.: Address President and ejclose self-addressed envelope. TUBSATIONAM. -
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The growing of onions U becoming -......
>*irofitaM'le in TexAS a*in Florida.Mr. --
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We selected a piece of very rich E TEA IPOT ::
land.(l&Ddyloam,and after breaking ....
And' harrowing several times until ---- .....
thoroughly pulverized m put itia -- --
light bed mss 22 inches apart. Then EE ----
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one,)we planted the Red Bermuda -- a r ._...._.
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ber. They were soon np and we .......
kepi the land mellow by plowing r -..
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f flat and hoeing with small diggers! ors P- -rr
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we began to reset. The largest
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of the plant were about the size of
goose quills. We set them S or 10
inches apart in drills and continued i 3
the cultivation ta before. The hoeing '\f
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somewhat tedious
and resetting are "
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work,but the balance of the work is

eay.hallow is not The, necessary bat cultivation close up to to take the should plant the ,dirt be IiIt rr I TEXAS RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS, DIRECT FROM TEXAS a

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In April some of our plants began ...... ....
tn send up shoots to teed,but it was a ,
small job to keep them pulled otf. In I trade. With that end in view
May they were ready to begin to bar We want your we study E. |
Test.! We began bj first going over '--- ;-

oat the those patch whose with our tope digger had,fallen.and lifting In E to make it profitable I for you to do business with us, |

a few days the whole patch was ready; I
then we plowed them up and piled

rained them in on the them sun we for would 4 or 5 days.turn them If it E securing the best grade of Goods that is manu3,-

about so as to let them dry out. We r __ l

spread then hauled thinly them on the to floor.the barn In a and few factured and to sell them at as low a price as they |

days we cut oil the route and tope

with They The crop common were paid then scissors us ready about or$to cfl sheep be per shears.crated.acre. I can be sold consistent with I a legitimate profit. |

We plowed and hoed them four time.

There straw onions colored,are the red three,and,the kinds the white white of,which Bermuda crystal are g We claim to give you as good an article as can be 3.

wax. I would adTise beginners: to-
plant the white or red,as the white for the and oft
crjulwat stem to be very eail> ; bought same price anywhere times a 3
damaged in handling. Begin right

; .by and busing cue half the pounds right kind will of plant seed. One:and tF- better grade at no extra cost. The goods is our proof. |

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Ah,ha! So,P. Vanilla Bean, the r do and be
New York sun's little Frenchmanin g If you haven tried them, so convinced. 3I .
2 point of fact, now that he becomes
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a gml diplomatic character, }1. i
Philippe Boneau Vanilla, whilom .
A financial agent in New York of the
French company of stock gamblers NO MISREPRESENTATION I \
claiming to be the residuary leg tttJ;
of the De L*! eps concern,pots, pans,
tragedies, tnudholea and scandalsisthe :E Goods Must Be As Guaranteed Or Your Money Back ...
envoye extraordinaire: et tll>-
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i Theodore nigger of Panama the first to,who the,court Dot content o*King E=: We have a complete line H. O. Company's Cereal Goods, consisting, -4::

with setting up new governments in
is the western hemisphere, it appears, :: of, Force, Presto, Breakfast Wheat, Yellow Corn Meal, Oatmeal, and
I*actually dictating new Cardinal to t- -/I
.- the Pope of Rome.Great head,Teddy! E recommend them to be the best of their kind. :::
ivaLr Bill will do well to get a move -0
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W. A." Herren, of Fiach, Ark., :: Our Famous Royal Scarlet Brand needs no introduction. Our new arrivals
writes: "I wish to report that Foley's
Kidney Cure bus cured a terrible :E of Nuts, Raisins, Citron, Figs, Dates, Evaporated Fruits are beginning to
case of kidney and bladder trouble
that two doctors had given up." :: come in, besides you will find full assortments, Pickles, Jams, Catsups, ....

Ptwtoffice drug store.! ----m- E E Preserves, Soups, Olives and other condiments too numerous to mention. .... )

; E We have placed in stock Mint Sauce and Plum Pudding Sauce. :::
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