The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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," H' OCA' A. BANNEThe .


f paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.


-1liiillllf" "IICIIIIICiIiIiIiICIiCIiCiICIiCIiC11CiIC11CiiIiICIICitIIICI" " " " " IiIi1G" MIDNIGHT M0RRI0GE THE OCAL0 HIGH SCHOOL. I A Novel and Merry Party
-' --- Mrs. Clarence Camp entertained CHANGES.

-: -.-+. Mr. W. W. Condon and Miss Virginia This Institution Opened Monday UnQ' a crowd of young people Mon-

E Pearl Tooth Wash. Campbell Happily Married.- der Most Favorable Circumstances.The day night for her sister, Miss Lucy

. --- -- The announcement that Miss Vir- Ocala public school began its Camp, and her guest Miss Pallie Seasons

; t ETiliiillllillilllllliililliillllillllilllililllilillliliJl. Cleanses the Teeth, ginia Campbell and )Ir. W. W. Con- session for 1904-05 Monday morningat Dekle, of Marianna. The party was Change.
.-.- -1 don were married Tuesday night at nine o'clock. The opening of the a real old fashioned out-o'-doors one

-- ---- 12 o'clock will be received with great I i school was a most flattering one. The and the strictest informality prevail-
== Purifies the : Tinjes change
Breath, surprise by the friends of this popular number of students enrolled was 3S5 el.: The evening was spent on the )

-. =-= young couple. The marriage wasa or 50 more than were enrolled on the beautiful lawn playing all sorts of

-E: Hardens the Gums. =-= very quiet one and was witnessed opening day of last year and it is children's games, such as "hide ando People Clioijge.

only by the immediate members of expected that before the end of the seek," "fox and hounds," "tug of

Lr::: the families of Miss Campbell and week the number of pupils will be war"fox and the goose"jumping Everything C'ncnges4exeptijthe
:: jiI I J
i the etc.
, Mr. Condon. The ceremony was performed greatly augmented. Quite a number rope

I FOR SALE ONLY BY I by Dr. W. C. Lindsay of the |: of pupils from Silver Springs will attend The night was a beautiful moonlight Satisfactory'

..' Presbyterian church of. which the I the Ocala school this year driv- one and everybody had the

.. ---s' LL 1--- bride is a member, at the home of ing in every morning, a distance of time of their lives. Indeed, so hilarious Bon IQg Service Done

-- ,-- the bride's mother. five miles. were the crowd and so great was .

-- ----->> Miss Campbell wore a handsome )Ir. J. H. Workman who held the the fun that it was twelve o'clock ---- -BY-_-

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORES traveling gown and no fairer bride I principalship of the school last year, before anyone realized the latenessof

than she could be imagined. Im- is again in charge of the work and the hour and all were exceedinglysorry
=-= Prescriptions receive careful attention :J::: mediately after the marriage Mr. and under his able administration great when the evening was over. ,
F ----
Mrs. Condon left over the early morn- things are expected from the students -
Tom Livingston in a Wreck.
? ,. 'Jiililllllilil ing Seaboard train for a wedding trip this year. Mr. Workman has a fine Col. J. H. Livingston Saturday received Confederate Reunion !I. Dealt

to Xe\ York St. Louis Our city }rating bwn wlrU
--- City and the corps of assistants, among them be- a telegram from his son, Mr. t..f

!( II ....t::.. -- ---- ---,I bride's old home, St. Jo, Missouri. ing four new teachers who come to Thomas. Livingston stating that the holding of the fuurt. i th nn..*>

Mrs. Condon is a daughter of the late the Ocala school with very fine rec- the train which he encampment of the Florida divMoa ?f
upon was on re-
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Major Charles W. Campbell who was ommendations.Prof. turning to his home at Norfolk Va., the United Confederate Veteran. w<>

one of Ocala's prominent citizens. Cantrell of Tallahassee, and had been wrecked at New Market, hope Ocala will do Uf| fpfvud in

: LANDS. She has made her home in this city Miss Sarah McCreeery, of Nashville, Tenn., about forty persons were in- giving them a hPartyj+Htd jtlfrNt.

for a number of years and has made Tenn., will assist Mr. Workman in jured and two killed. The telegram welcome.In "

many friends by her beautiful manners the High school, which is composedof while the wording is not clear to un- referring to the heliiag of UN

I and charming disposition and the ninth tenth and eleventh encampment in Ocala the a nwal :
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or derstand that Mr. Living-
has the best good wishes of all commander IhE'MtOWI
who uln'1M bigfepraise.
grades numbering forty pupils.In
lease on royalty communicate with him. ston is not badly hurt. He was re-
know her. He that Marten
the Grammar school, Prof. turning from a vacation trip to the say tuxtftty

*ir. Condon is one of Ocala's most Madden, of South Carolina, and Miss St. Louis fair. gave seven full companies (e tfe* '

prominent and popular young busi- Hattie Dye will be in charge. Mr. Livingston several weeks ago southern cause and the: Art* uf

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffict: Block. Ocala.Fla. ness men. He is the proprietor of Miss Nora Penick of Alabama and had the misfortune to get in the way patriotism thus kindled QiOto: Jtr.

t .- the Ocala Music Company and is also I Miss May Turnley will teach the fif-h of a spent bullet in Norfolk, and now in the days of the 'tx>'. haw never .::

,, city ticket agent for the S. A. L. i and sixth grades. In the absence of wears a scar across his cheek as a grown dinijnor the love and itottitioti

-- I Mr. Condon is to be congratulated on Miss Turnley on Monday Miss Edna His friends of the }people, whof lighted *l**, *'.,
1.1.t1: :AEETB HA2S1S local Editor : Miss Pauline Mixon has gone to consequence. anxiously
I Williston to visit relatives. winning so lovely a bride. Jeffords, who was graduated from await more detailed news of his latest faltered. He say that they awl Uwtr

Their marriage was kept a most the school last year, had charge of accident.. children say, "Come1 and t.Mrt in.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. )Ir. A. R. Griffin, of Anthony, was profound-secret, and not the slightest her work. giving this invitation we m*an what 0
A Pleasant Dinner
among the visitors in town Tuesday.Mr. suspicion of it leaked out until a late Miss Fannie Clark, Miss Margaret Party. we say.

non.'w. K. Zewadski is not yet hour that night. Taylor and :Miss Etta Cam are the Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford gave a Let us keep op the rvfwtatbitt tiut

Sol Benjamin, of Atlanta, is in very pleasant little dinner
convalescing. \ Mr. and Mrs. Condon will be absent t teachers for the second third and party we have so brilliantly a*bi t4 al
the city looking after busines here. Friday evening for their son, Robert
several weeks after which make the fourteenth
will annual
they i fourth grades having the same positions slriatrap
Hon. Henry W. Long, Allen
Burford who is at home
)1 r. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Misseses ba at home to their friends in this j that they held last year. ment of these rapidly thto&teg( MIrV"
Ocala Wednesday.
wa from Annapolis for his vacation.
Lucie Camp, Pallie Dekle and city. In the primary class there is an I vow be the mOt metnorabJe I ItI their ;
The young folks present were
)Ir. John P. Galloway continues Eulalie Izlar, took in the excursion The Surprlsers Surprised.So enrollment of 74 children. Miss Nellie history.

I.. quite lck. to Gainesville Wednesday. quiet had the marriage of Miss Stevens assisted by Miss Cora Misses Alice Bullock, Sue Anderson Hon. Fred L. IloberUon, aty"4ftt-
Louise Harris, Leta Camp and Mary
-- Griffin who made such general and chief of staff, Mat :..
Mw. K. V. Green has gone to Virginia Campbell and Mr. W. W. a great suc- ay
.,. C1".tal' River to spend several Captain Lowry, of Homosassa, accompanied Condon been kept that no one cess of the primary work last year tare Burford; Messrs. Osco and Guy OcalalU: the city of the birth erf the
Zewadski and Morris Smith.A .
by his wife and daughter found it out'until a late hour Tues again in charge this year. division and forj that, among otter .
week _
returned home Tuesday from a visit day night. Ocala is very proud of her public delightful dinner was served at reasons he hopes that Ocala wflJ I*
)Ir. and Mrs. J. Starr Sternberger six o'clock and afterwards different
to the World's fair at St. Louis and
After twelve o'clock when some of school and continues to grow moreso complimented by a large attendant..
and children went to Gainesville other western cities. games were played music was enjoyed
each and I We call the member' of
theyoung people were going home year each term she has upon UM
Wednesday on the excursion. flash light pictures taken and
Mr. Smith, assistant bookkeeper at from the bowling party, by chance more reason to be proud of this in camp, the Daughter of the ODe,.t4-
altogether the evening
was a
)Ir. A. It. Toph returned home the T-Pot grocery leaves in a few learning of the wedding from one of stitution. verymerry eracy, the Sons of (].Anft4..,ate

Wednebday from a visit to Jacksonville days for Augusta, Ga., 'where he has the hack drivers, the crowd then The patrons are given a cordial invitation one. Veterans and the citizens of Oi

and Tampa. accepted a position with one of the instead of going home drove down to to,visit the school at anytime Where the School Located. Teachers are generally to aid and .U come t.lftM

leading firms. the Seaboard depot where they lay during the term.. ; in welcoming these old hf'rafllia.
Lancaster who has Messrs. Workman Cantrell and
Gen. T. D. ,
most fitting and splendid IMMM> *.
I in wait for the happy couple with a
been very sick the past ten days is Gamsby Cured of Bright's Disease. Madden' are at the PresbyterianManse !! .- -
Miss who has been good supply of rice..old shoes'and appropriate
.1 komewhat better today. Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red on Fort King avenue; Miss Th. Beit Place ,. "dt
: spending the past three weeks in placards for the baggage.As .
Mills, Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: Sarah McCreery, is stopping with Iii where you can get the bH g *4i
' Mr. II. C. Jones is making exten- New York City, returnd home 'ester- soon as the couple were heard to
: "I had kidney disease for many years; Mrs. G. S. Scott; Miss Cora Griffin for the least money. M. fWMIi'.
, on his residence day. Miss Gamsby will begin her drive up the Seaboard yard men, in
; had taken a well known kidney medicine will make her home this winter with store has long been reoogntefd M ....
, Wautula and South Fourth streets. music class next Monday.The their honor rang all the bells and
t on and other remedies that were Mrs. George W. Martin; Miss Ettie best place !In Ocala to buy,a. jw ea.
blew the whistles. Imagine the
i MU, Edith Piatt of Ocala was Ocala Foundry & Machine recommended but got no relief until Carn,is at Jars C. J. Phillips' and get just what you want and ju eN
r surprise ofIr.. and Mrs. Condon,
J Registered at the Times-Union exhibit. Works Tuesday sold to Messrs. I began using Foley's Kidney Cure. Misses Nora Penick and May Turnleyare be sure you are buying at the Mrr..t
who thought they were going to steal
I at the St. Louis fair on September Hodges & O'Harra of Daisy a 3'2- The first half bottle relieved me and domiciled with Mrs. J. W. Crosby price possible. Look at /Mwe
, : forth like a thief in the night with
'- 2Mh.r hcrse power boiler for their mill. four bottles have cured me of this on South Second street, east. matchless bargain:
r, out being the wiser.
anyone They
- returned home This firm has recently purchased the terrible disease. Before I began takingFoley'sliidney Children'. rhoew worth $1.31 ....
)Jr. Louis J.Brumby took their reception most good Death of Mrs. Harrison.
Jacksonville mill and turpentine business of Lucas Cure I had to makea 12 to 2, bargain price, Tfe. LMiM'shoeli
Wednesday from a visit to naturedly and the young folks had Mrs. R. D. Harrison, for many
& Barnes in the eastern portion of water every fifteen minutes day and ,worth il.: sire i ., 3k>ilfg4tt
J and Atlanta. great deal of fun at their expense.In years a resident of this county, died
1 the county. night, and passed a brick-dust sub price, $1.335. Men' *h HolmEs stance. I beleive I would have diedif at her home in Leesburg several days
1 Don't forget that Sherlock, Mrs. R. R. Carroll and who Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. all isizp,,bargain price, II'". LacI .'
, tc- baby, I had not taken Foley's Kidney ago. This news comes as a shock to
i* going to be at the Opera House Cholera and Diarrahoea Remedy ready made heavy vrftlktog .......
p have been spending some time with Cure. For sale by Post Office Drug her many friends here,who are great-
1 night. I>on't fail to see him. "Allow me to give you a few wordsin Store. bargain price fl.". LadiM tes4y
relatives at St. m
Petersburg, returned
, praise of Chamberlain's Colic ly grieved at the sad intelligence.

: Ur. McBride, wife and son of Holder I home Tuesday. Mr. Carroll spent Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Mr. and Mrs. Camp Give Bowline Mrs. Harrison was a sister of :\II' made waists, bargain prlne. 4u.

. who have been spending several I I Sunday and Monday at St. Peters- says Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle Pass'l, Party Tuesday Night. E. P. Moody and Mrs. W. S. Pike, of Men's dress pant wertfc ..... bfae-

: daytln Ocala, yesterday forAsheYJlle. burg, returning home with his family Texas. "I suffered one week Miss Pallie Dekle, of Marianna, this city and she also leaves a husband gain price, e1.So. Men1. Mife i Me?

bowel trouble and took all kinds of bargain worth, Etta, bargain lam.
it K. C. Tuesday.Mr. who is the popular guest of )Ins. and five children, to mourn her
medicines without getting relief when, 3.50.
Lake Sixteen Clarence Camp and Miss Lucy Camps i death. She was greatly beloved by
Turner, of friend. Mr. C. Johnson
Mr. Andrew
Allan Rodgers, of Jacksonville, my a mer These
aru only a few of tM herd
p Wednesday in Ocala, the chant here advised me to take were the guests of honor at a bowl all who knew her. This paper extends
pent formerly a resident of this city, is things we have to offer. Yen ap he
sister-in-law, Mrs. W. K. remedy. After taking one dose I felt ing party Tuesday night given by its sympathies to the sorrowing
runt of hi* here on a few day'sisit, having arrived -
greatly relieved and when I had taken Mr. and Mrs. Camp. Their guestswere relatives. surprised to see how efeeap we fMtl
Zewadski.Mr Tuesday. He is accompaniedby the third dose sell good good
was entirely cured. Ithank you
Misses! Dekle and Camp, Eulalee
Kate Liddell and her daughter, I I :Mr. Thompson, of the metropolis you from the botton of my Izlar, Johnnie Liddon, Sara and Three Colored Men Injured. We aw! carry a full Ito* .,( Lsi h'e''

MISS Beth JJddell, of Louisana, are I city. heart for putting this great remedyin I Wednesday while moving a house fine broadcloth. and flk .k4N..
Violet Harris Valeta Potter, SueBarco
I the hands of mankind.For sale
the guests, of Mrs. Liddell's sister,, Mrs Blanche Hannah, of St. Petersburg in the near vicinity of Mr. GeorgeClose's Ladies' fine flannel, eathmmbilk aei
.I by All Druggist. in Messrs. O. B. Howse, Will T.
I it fell and three of the
)111.i Fannie Clark. is now a capable member of I Taylor, A. C. Finzel, T. H. Harris, watif$. Ladiea fine jatkffe **d
f A Negro Man Found Dead. men, who were moving the same, coats. Men' fine .
Cable Piano : suits, a4t l>*4
Smith left Wednesday the Company's force, J. H. Taylor,'C. L.Anderson, Harvey *
Mr. D. M. Presley Tiller}', a well known colored injuring all of them and one quite and .
having accepted a position from Manager
in Virginia I Clark J. H.Mathews, Howard Clark,
for Orange and other places 1 i Jordan as traveling saleslady. i man about sixty }'ears of age who severely. We could not ascertain Come in and trv w.
sometime Sandford Jewett and J. H. Work-
will spend
where she She will be a valuable addition to the I I came to this county with the'.late; man. the names of the men. )(. HfeHKL

with relatives. i Mr. James Taylor father of :\Iessrs.i .
staff.-Tampa Tribune. Mr. Clifford Anderson and ..Miss K. of P. Banquet. A Cold Settled in Nil KI4..,_
i John and Will Taylor, and who hast
It b reported that the Tampa Bay I I. Johnnie Liddon made the best scores, The Knights of Pythias will give an A. L. Jenne+e, W81 Batter &4..
Mr. J. J. Tillis !
of a former resdent| t been driving a timber cart for them
hotel and grounds and 30 acres of Ocala, but who moved 1'I I winning the prizes, a' pretty neckclasp elegant banquet on the night of Monday Chicago write.: "I am a r.rit... eao
land adjoining has been sold for the away to ever since, was discovered dead and silver hat pin. Oct. 17. A very tlneprogrammewill and am out in all kind of wf-atMl'.
live in south Florida, cannot resistthe' Wednesday under a tree near the old I took a cold which ttrUled l 111 rep
small turn of 100,000. After one game was bowled refreshn be arranged for the occasion.
temptation to'return and' has S. S. & W. depot. He had beef kidneys and I was in bad ihal#* I

air and Mw. George R. McKean again taken up his residence amongus. missing since last Thursday and it is meets were served and the evening' I Half Brother to a Big family tried several advertised remedial .WiDO
was a enjoyable one. benefit untU I reeommtftd-td
very wta
4. returned home Wednesday morning He has purchased Colby resi supposed that he felt sick and lay' der:John Skipper, of Arcadia, half to try Foley't Kidney Core Tws

from a ten day's visit to Mr. Mp c- dence, near Ocklawaha avenue and under the shade of the tree to rest FOLEYSIIODYANDTAR brother to the sons across the river, thirds of bottle tared tae.-Sold ty -

Ke An'* parent at Sarasota. now occupied by Mr.Chas. S. Cnllen. and died. r cto..tb.c* aDd b.a1.1Q t* I is in the city.-Ocala Star. Post Office Drug Store. my

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"i.tteeirj lI.u ..utl.rurl'Currer.UtaGod e:Cnet>s*Ca s taea r. -c- oZ scr. .

Di.fn"e. t Fanners JJCT& are ocnr platting J. J. 3Iefcon. of Plant City.

.r Talk .* Missfees' their fall gardens. Osiora !:*m to has been holding revival services in i ,

'r' I-,4c'1 CtAr* 4 .na bra taSSt1' be a favorite vegetable. the Cosgregasiocal church: here for i m. 4 1 1q

The oj*fcfl. ( ervk was held fiF anOn last ilocday the l&th, there ten days, asd&al by Rev. E. D. MASTERS.
F day evening ndacted by Rer. G.P. avow a little disturbance in Gaiterrflle Leer, of WHdwood. The preaching

s Ao Uu. Her. If. C. Partridge, ofMonticefJo between ITO of her citueoi,and i was fire andc::-:" m-e. A great m m ,

wa exacted bat w ae'th I +eir troubles were takio before ;j many converts were ride and several

prevented from being present by nn- Judge Robert. Bullock in Oeala. en-I added to the chcrch. The meeting -

avoidable drttisutance Sunday cl* Joe was present bat wiH cot attempt was great scecesa. OCALA, FLORIDA.

wa an deal day for the occasion. to give the details to the public.Mr. Some fever reported throcgh the W j

At an tarlybrmrreprewntatlvea frora J. E. Brook made: a eying neighborhood. 11r:. J.T. Lewis his -THERE IS AN OLD SAYING THAT-- OWi

Dealt, Gaiter, Leroy, Piedmont, Cotton vfeft to Donnellon Tnesday.Mr. had a severe case of fever but at this : i
: Hant Berlin and Felloirihip were L. F, Rkher, of Crystal River, time is much better. 1

r wending; their way to Mart*!. By 10 is here on a visit to kin mother. He Mrs. H. 31. Morrison and son, Wm. ro "Tljere ]is Nothing m

r o'clock the church wa comfortably ha been ill and u recuperating.: J. Morrison, are seriocsly stet with !

Cited Iler. Austin, who worked and Mr. J. H. Eras u again in Marion fever, bat with Dr. Hood's strong

k prayed fry day and night for the iscc county on boaines*. He left here arm we hope to see them all right in i'

r bit of this meeting, wa at !hli beat, nearly a year ago and went to TaylorCI".mnty a few days. m New Uuder the Sue p

h and for an hour held hi* audience but lays old Marion is good The Mason of 3L S. Xo. W, held ), .

pell bound by aa impre*Ive lecture enough for him, and hehajpcrchased regular communication Saturday the

on "Mi*ion ." A rece M of ten a farm }tat north of DonneHcn whichhe 24th, and a fine dinner was served at IQ ::

minute was given,by which time bat win shortly occupy. the hall also sapper. A great deal

JJttte over half of the people aem- Mr George 0. Turner and bis of work was done. We expected tosee Q
But for the ten
bled: could be eeated.Additional *eat charming daughter, )fin Ethel,'peat several brother Masons from : past

In the alley were improvised: and the Sunday at MarteLMw Ocala, but we presume the weather

preacher delivered a tool fttlrring ,. P.. Morrison u still very fll was too stormy. We hope for them

sermon again on "31L' lone" A with hemorrhagic fever, but hope in future meeting 4 the sun has been eclipsed m j

steers of two hour wa then taken are entertained of her recovery. The fanners are busy picking cot

for dinner. The la/Jit* spread a boon The infrat child of )Ir.. and 3Irs. ton. The yield is not so good as was

tlful repast of good things upon the C.. )1. Whitten i* very kick at this first e% (:(.1OO. Corn and potato crops for m O
nice table that had been prepared tow r writing. promise to be tine now. The oranges we are receiving and

w the o tau ion. After all had partaken Rev. 3iw. Wilson, of Polk county, through the neighborhood are showing .

A tiits congregation reaAaembled in the {* expected here this week to hold a&eriea some color and in a short time tJ

church and wa entertained by the of meetings at Level Baptist will be ready for market.FIEMINGTON I have been
displaying a ji
preacher upon the "ucce* of ili&iloji* church. This will be something new

IlluAtrated by a map of the world, for Gaitervilleites, as we have never NEWS.

which by different colon showed 1 I had a woman deliver a sermon from .
fet cial Corrtspcrtwlenre Ocala Banner. lOD most beautiful line of
what territory wa occupied by pr o- a pulpit in these part'*. We wish hergaccesH Our farmers are busy gathering m j
truant churches" the number of but tear the results will "bemeagre

heathen convert and the vast num- as people here are not accustomed hay
Hot weateer is the talk of the day
'bert of heathen not yet reached by to this Hurt of thing. As I mW
3Irs. S. P. Geiger and wife, of
the Christian reU (Jn. Anotherrece write there I* a taint recollection of a
Geiger, attended services at this oQ
of 1-5 minute wait taken, when passage ,bf scripture which says: place Tuesday night. DRf i FOODS.

our preacher again resumed taking a!* "Woman, keep silent In church and Our protracted meeting is proceeding ,
hit subject "The Kelatlon of Sunday If you want to know anything as k
School: to nnlmJ." Many of the your husband at home"
)lr. Wise, of 3Iorri-ton! was in our !
congregation, living at a distance, U.VCLE JOE. tCJ
burg Tuesday.The .
had left for their hornet, but the fire,

zeal and eanjetne of the preacher I BtirCHTON.S needing tamers rain very of bad.this section are m Q Our buyer has returned Fa
burning word of eloquence fetill ;;cdil Ctltrh.aadence Ocala Xianoer ELITE BIRD.
rang to theme present the importance .
The box last
supper Friday night -- --
of training our children to was: a succeiw although the threatening Death of Mr. Marcellus Turnley. i iMr. :(J from the north where the m
work for mfafon Short addresses .
weather caused the attendance to Marcellus Turnley, of Lakeland
;, were deliveral }by the Hunday schooloperintendenU l be email. The amount realized was for many years a prominent :

of, Dunnellon, St. the nice little resident and orange grower of Lake
sum of $2.) We with market
J)hn* and Mattel, MUppIementeJ by to thank the people for their presence Weir, died suddenly last Thurbday m was open to her' r .

further remark by the preacher. and liberal contributions.Dr. night at the Atlantic Coa t Lme
At 7:30 J', m. sen1ces were again Butch depot In Tampa. Mr. and\11'8. Turn-
renamed, and our little preacher Chicago, where he went Saturdayfrom a few ley were returning home from a visit & : and the goods which are O

delivered a flne sermon to an air days ago. I I to relatives at Tampa. J .

prtclatfvj congregation. The en'lce Prof. Overhultz visited his family at Mr. Turnley had been a sufferer .
A9 a whole! waxa Kuceexr.! The wonder Keuka Fla. from Bright'a disease for fieveral
Saturday and Sunday arriving daily are evidence
wan how a frail man could hold out Mr. and Mrs. years lIe had been in a critical
Carroway, of Berlin, o1
under five hours preaching without were In conditition for some time, and the
our city Tuesday. '
sign* of exhaustion Thanks is due end wax expected at almost
i Mr. Brooks made a business trip to any of
lilts ;label Sander for work at the Dunnellon Tuesday.The moment, her good taste and Q QOi :

organ and beautiful( solo*. B. Y. I'. U. had a very interesting Just as the train upon which he was ,
to depart pulled in to the station,

DELLEVIEW NEWS dUDQET.II time for meeting election Sunday.of officers It, the was same the Mr. Turnley- who was in the toilet : skill in making selections.

room, sank Into the
arms of Mr.
the War from Michigan, la a Wag- ones were elected, viz: Miss Legie
on-Surprise Party for Prof. Green. Blitch, president; Miss Gertrude Smith and died immediately. His p
: body was taken to the

visiting"pedal 1\11.Curtrtpjnde.Eunice her sister' McGahaginof cc, Mrn.Oca la Lucius.naunti Ocala,!* Hammons SEWS, secretary FROM MCINTOSH.and treasurer.Bit of where Mr.age his and Turnley wife was awated well was known.sixty-one him.and years likedin a \ie[ \fan ioui T1a11e

': Tho IJelleview 1 lodge of Mason this
Special Corrr poadtnce Ocala Banner community. He was the
held their first meeting In the new
A clay road is being constructed father of Miss May Turnley, of this

lodge rooms Saturday night. from here to Evinston. city, who is one of the popular teachers ..M
Mr. <:h8ll. A. Turner made
a flying
trip to Jacksonville this week. Mr. Norsworthy and son, Walter, in the schools here. Miss Turn- And We '
had are sure that if QQ
The Her. Mr. Dunklin paid his semi left a few days ago for Lexington, i ley just arrived in Ocala, arriving '
Ky. here early Friday morning to be }
wl'ckly'lKlt hero Sunday, 4
preachingIn Dr. Walkup, who has been met with the sad intelligence of her
tho IJaptlut church morning and very ;
evening. is now much better. father's death. She left Friday c you trade with us once m 1

Miss Annette and Elizabeth List afternoon for lakeland, where t
Nick Brown, the eldest son of Mr.
left Monday for Converse College. funeral wa held.

Chas. Drown, arrived Wednesday Mr. W. R. Brown has returned The Banner unites with MisTurnley's 'o : we will be able
from Morgan, Mich., having come to holdit.
after spending the summer away. many friends in extending '
through "by freight",
Miss Ruby Thomas left Tuesday to to her and to other relatives :
pair of mules and a carload of y
attend school at the Nashville Uni the,deceased, their deep sympathies.Abesess. .
household goods. Tho trip consumedten tvel'llit)'. We will do a I.I in our
days and all arrived in good con ,

dition. Mr. Drown expects his wife with School an enrollment opened here of two eighty weeks ago. W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., I: 1ft
and the rest of the family next week. pupils.Dr. writes O
Aug. 15,1902 to
Harvey has been here for a few : 1 want to say : power make our relations -
Prof. Green's home.was
the scene days doing dental work. a word of praise for Ballard's Snow
of a merry surprise party here Tuesday Liniment.
Rev. Durant spent a few days here stepped on a nail, which
evening. last week caused the cords in my legs to W'
) ". W. A. Sparkman and children, evening. and preached Thursday tract and an abscess to rise in con.// satisfactory, and we !

of Oxford, arc visiting Mrs. T. A*. Dr. II. C. Walkup's old place here knee, and the doctor told me I .

Mitchell. last was week.purchased by Rev. Mr. Durant would have a stiff leg, so one daywent I I; wish to be known DJ .
Mr*. Wm. Smith and baby left Miss Alice to J. F. Loyd's drug storewhoIn truly n,
Wednesday for visit in Meggs, of Orange i .
a Oxford. Springs, is boarding here and now in Denver, Colo.) He recom. IN.
Mr. J. D. Pope, formerly of this attending mended
school. bottle of Snow Liniment; I 7:
place, but now of Rochelle, g v.g
was in got a 50c size, and It cured -
Has Sold my leg.It
a Pile of
town Wednesday shaking hands with Chamberlain's Is the best J
Cough Remedy Liniment in the word I

his many friends. JOSH. I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Abscesses, with few exceptions, A8 .

The Marion' Hardware Company Remedy for more than twenty years Indicative of consumption or debilit 1
and it has given entire They however I
may ,
is moving out of the 'store belong satisfaction. result fro .
I have
pile or it and blows
' :i Ing to Mr. W C, Jeffords and moving it can recommend or from foreign bodies, introduced

; bard Into& MacDuff the ono'occnpfed,: the two businesses by Hub- troubled find this remedy,with Linton highly.-JosEPii a, good Iowa.friend You when McELHINEY will- I I as splinters into the, thorns the skin, etc.-Sold or flesh, such bAntiMonopoly b bFOLEflKThNEYCURI % "The souse TftaI heals You igI "

having been' consolidated under the always affords a quick cough or cold It Drug Store. m
of the Marion Hardware relief and Is
name Com- ;
pleasant to take.
e For sale by All I
pany. Druggist. .
m E BaaagaSC7R 3 trupwv
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and hv the People." .



Miss Fay I Cribbett, of Largo, one of Miss Annie Sharpe, who has been -GO TO-

brightest pupils of the Ocala High spending a portion of the summer I

school, arrived in Ocala Saturday to with her sister in Missouri, returned THE FAIR.FOR

1 continue her studies here. home Saturday.Mr. .
't ROYAL Miss May Turnley returned home and :Mrs. Edward Holder, who -

Monday afternoon from Lakeland" have been spending the summer STAPLE F ftCY
where she went to attend the funeral abroad and who arrived in New York -.

of her father, the late Marcellus last week, reached Ocala Mondayand a

Baking PowderMa.k'es. Turnley.Mr. _n_ went on immediately to their House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.

John Taylor, who has been en- home near Dunnellon.
21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.We .
joying the past four weeks in North
Rev. Dr. C. A. Fulwood, chaplainof
Carolina, Virginia, Baltimore and the Confederate Veterans camp at Ray the Highest Market Prices for Chickens,
Clea .Br.d
New York City, returned home Sat- Miami, and G. W. M. Williams, adju- Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce.

tant of the camp, have been appointed -

Mr. A. C. Finzel came from delegates to the annual reunion to
With Powder there up B. L. HALL
Royal Baking is
Allendale, on Lake Weir, Friday be held in this city in November. ,

no mixing with the hands, no sweat of afternoon and will remain in. Ocala Mrs. Sam Rawls and baby, who West Side Public Square. (1MI. "1.I .

the brow. Perfect cleanliness until after the presentation of his play have been spending the summer with I ....--- -- .---- .- -.. -.. H -

greatest tonight.Mrs. Mrs. Rawls' parents in Nebraska, returned HY ROBI SOX. Pr .Uent I M itA lit tJ M.....,

facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. S. T. Sistrunk and children home Sunday. Mr. Rawls Gommercial Bank of Ocala

\ and Mrs. Sistrunk's sister, Miss Annie met his wife and baby in Chicagoand

S I Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" Atkinson returned home Friday. accompanied them home. Capital Stock 50.000. Surplus and Undivided Profits f 3f. t.

book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake from Asheville, N. C., where they Miss Stone, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,

with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. have had a most delightful summer. arrived in the city this morning and
t .....
will be the guest of Miss Kate Pickettfor -
1 Don't forget that the new firm of
t:nl .y'Ie S F,W'ER CO., rCO wut aa ST.. NEW YCSUSA <. some time.-Atlanta Journal. i
f Helvenston-Pasteur Company is still
Miss Stone has been spending the
closing out the stock of the Racket
z few weeks in Ocala.A .
SU2ASST3! EA2BIS. Lal Editor Dr. Eaton Lindner, of Anthony, Company at attractive prices.Mr. past

was a prominent young visitor to ----- rumor has been in circulation to 1

i, HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Ocala Saturday.Mr. Lewis Liddell,after a few day's the effect that the Marion opera q

visit in Ocala with his aunt, v iss house would not be opened this sea-
Lawrence Scott left. Mondayfor
Fannie Clark, left Saturday for Missouri I
Rev. L. B. Warren is suffering witha Baltimore to continue his medical son. Manager Sylvester assures us
to visit his mother. that it will be
"very muchly" open II
severe case of rheumatism.
studies at the University of Mary
and that he has already secured a II
. )Ir. and Mrs. Joe Davis and ?!Irs.
Mr. W. A. Murphy, Fairfield, land.Miss number of first-class attractions for I

was visiting in Ocala Saturday.Mr. Georgia Smith, who has been Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield, left the coming season. I .

!" spending the past month with friendsat Monday for St. Louis to spend two

'. W. E. Leitnerhas returned to Hendersonville, N. C., returned weeks taking in the sights of the The store building opposite the Atlantic I DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.

Arcadia from a visit to Ocala. home Sunday afternoon.Mr. great exposition.. Coast Line passenger depot is I .

t receiving a new coat of paint, and ; rT.
Dr. J. C. Boozer returned home Joe McArthur, who has been I Mr. Charles Sowden, formerly of otherwise
being improved
I prepara-
Monday from a visit to Green Springs.Mr. spending several days in Ocala ad- Ocala, but who now holds a position tory to the opening of a first-class PHONE 34. SWATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. I PHONE 34.

with the L. & N. railroad with head-
vertising gala day, returned -
restaurant therein Mr. Geo. F. -
L. M. Graham, of Connor, was by -
among our callers. on Monday morn- home Monday: quarters at Louisville. is on a visit to Williams. He hopes to have the I \V. art" .Irepert,1. 1,1 fur
his Ocala friends. lIi..h.
same in operation by the 1st of Octo OCAlA OCAlA
Ing. The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E.

Mr. Clifton Camp -returned home T. Allen, the eye and ear surgeon, Mrs. W. D. Turnley and children, .,I ber. ICE a 1 ,ICE &
will be Thursday, October 6th, at II "TEETHIi-TA the Lest all know that, IO-u
few day'svisit .
Friday morning from a who have been the guests of Mrs.Turnley's
It makes the
Montezuma hotel. baby bright and fatBaby's i PACIING f PACKING
to Sarasota. mother, Mrs. F. R_ Gary, Give "TEETHISA"< mother's in soon trouble.weigh double.

l Mrs.Herbert Crook, who has spent several weeks, returned to their home "TEETHINA"aids digestion, regu- I COMP NY, 0.. "il"rr uo'h' at tiny COMPAHY
p Dr. H. A. Daniel has gone to Jacksonville the past three weeks in Ocala with at Arcadia Monday. lates thelbowels and makes teethIngeasy Mint rlty 01 UIMII' : -

to spend his:: vacation there I by overcoming and counteracting I r
: !
Frost returned
her mother, Mrs. to I ,
f with relatives. I I her home in Palatka Monday. Miss Nellie Stevens, who has spent : the bad effects of the summer's PHONE .34 WA1CH' ,FOR THE BLUE WAGON PHONE 34 t -,'
upon the dear little ones.
the past two weeks at White Springs
and his -
t Mr. Louis J. Brumby
.. ,, 31 Patrick Randall and little ._. _. ____ .
r. son,
} mother Mrs. A. B. Brumby are on a
f to Summerfield to visit her son and
} in Atlanta. Stevens at High Springs, returned of Connor, were in Ocala Monday.Mr. .
visit to relatives
: little grandson, during the absence of home Saturday. Randall that his
says orange crop 125 Bushels Onion Sets.
Mrs. C. H. Schneider and daughter, Mrs. Nathan Mayo at St. Louis. I t I I Dr. William C. Linday- returned has made splendid growth during the

ti Miss Elsie Schneider, of Cornell,
I recent dry weather and the crop on
FOR SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle home Saturday afternoon from At- _
were shopping in Ocala Saturday. three Colts, two :Mares, household he the trees is all he could desire. He
lanta where Miss
South Third to furniture. J. S. LEWIS, accompanied has given his grove careful attentionand We will on September 1st have for sake lib Huihel
L Wautula street from Fugenia Fuller, who will attend the
Fort King is being surveyed and paving 8-261m Irvine,' Florida. Agnes Scott Institute at Decatur, a as a result it will pay him back of Onion Set?-the Bermuda antI Silver Skin. .

r it will be begun in a few days. Mrs. J. G. Ferguson and little son suburb of Atlanta. many fold.

returned home Friday from Tennessee -I Mrs. J. B. Hiers and little son, who

;I Miss! Pansy Souter left Sunday for where they have spent the sum Mrs. T. H. Wallis and children have been spending the past month Ocala Seed Store.

Gainesville to resume her studies at have returned home from Savannah,
mer with relatives.E. with Mrs. Hiers' mother, Mrs. S. E.

'. the East Florida Seminary. I where they have been spending the Waterman and her sister, Mrs. W:
'-. rt P. Thaggard, of Ocala, was a I 'in l
II summer. Mrs. Wallis also took
> "
Newsom returned
V. to
of Sarasota, is I their homein
: ; Miss Lutie visitor to our town this week, mak- :
. the St. Louis fair while she was away. Jacksonville Monday. :Mr.: Hiers
Mrs. W. M.
1 t the guest of her sister, ing the Paxton his headquarters.White .- -
came down and accompanied them ;ElQi1L 1! H iVL.JI H
.II' :, Ross, on Ocklawaha avenue. Springs Herald. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Porter, for-
merly of Ocala, have returnel to
in OcalaSunday WE MEAT
Charles Lloyd was EAT
;,f' ilr. Mrs. P. V. Leavengood\lisses\Jal- Dr. S. H. Blitch has returned froma
Holder from a their home in Jacksonville after a
I en route to lie Butler and Kibbie DeVane, Mrs. very enjoyable visit to the St. Louis short visit to Chicago and other To grow strong. Uutart wt|.4
business visit to Savannah. M. E. Fox, Messrs. Frank Ditto and m -
fair and relatives in Clarksville, western cities. Dr. Blitch, accompanied 4001 meat we may M wH M

Miss Beatrice Sinclair has been appointed Bert Dosh spent Sunday at Lake Tenn., by Mrs. Blitch, will leave the ; tn.1 y, .. it alone. TherehGirlIl1 I *_
: I
a notary public for the state Weir. Mrs. Lindsay and daughter, Miss first of October for St. Louis, to visit I 121 ;r ._---"'=..-..-- _';-._';:>" in tough w"I-hHltt.d.., at.151 .-

at large by the governor. I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Brown, sr:;:. Anna Lindsay, mother and sister of the fair and will then go to Quincy, r I c'$,..,.;.....;oL d .i'. .. ',' lug It trkr..lrrlar.b ..tHM i
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Brown, Ill., to attend the meeting of the ::;j 1.11"9." ;;' It, It pay to t* otrtfei It.
: \
of Mrs. G. Wake Wells, passed through IS ij
r Mr. C. C. Priest, superintendent jr., left Monday over the A. C. L. prison reform association to which IS':a "": &&' vt buying I mr t-1*, turn to fith
Ocala their to their
Saturday on
Kendrick, was way :Y'I. '
r. the poor farm at for Miami to make that city their future convention Dr.. Blitch is a delegate. Ii!! ,.J'{ ; I**!-tudr atli ..........
home at Dunnellon from North Caro- ..
visitors. -- ---11
t among Ocala's Monday home. lina, where they have spent the sum- Miss Lillie Frost, who has been in IS' lie" 1\ tt) :,, ;(f; Pay a little moreif peed M....

t :. Mrs. John Dozier and Miss Edna When troubled with constipation try' mer. New York for several weeks past rnI J f K r put ennieibinir In your Mwwrti

: Dozier returned home Sunday from a Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver The friends of lIon. W. K. Zewad- I purchasing a handsome and attrac- ( .2'b/- ; ,>t" :J i( ; |

visit to relatives Valdosta, Ga. Tablets. They are easy to take and ski, who has been so seriously sick tive stock of fall and winter goodsfor I
;c produce no griping or other unpleasant veins.
the firm of H. Masters
returned -
the two weeks will be
for past gladto
l J effect. For sale by all druggist. :x:
teachera know that. he is very much'better, home Saturday morning. The EDWARDS BROS. '
t. :\\lcCreeljofNash\ille, Tenn., I patrons of this popular firm are cor- 1
: Ocala from Tallahassee Saturday. and his recovery is now only a ques- Stalls 2 nail 4 City: Market, Orala, Flu
o t In and Miss Penick, of Alabama, two of tion of time. dially invited to come and inspect I L

Miss Lutie Smith, of Sarasota, who the new teachers for the Ocala 'High I these beautiful goods. ''a, 5rv-sj'ii:1iJi1!: c e5rv r r5e:5n.r5& t '- AllFlr.

White Springsfor Mrs. G. W. Watson and children
hM been visiting at school arrived in the city Friday. Mrs. Brockington Dead. ,
visiting at passed through Ocala Saturday'on I '-- -
several weeks, is now After a serious illness of about ten i it
Janet Weathersand
Misses.EstherJand their way to their home at Crystal
Anthony. t days, Mrs. Brockington died at her
-- Weathers
Master Brantley returned i
River from Hendersonville, N. C.,
r i Mrs. Geoge MacKay and children, home on South Second street, east, OSfAwfulUe.lX'sAre

home Friday afternoon from a where'they have been spending! the
' who have spent the past four months two week's pleasant visit at White .. :Monday afternoon shortly after three
Blowing Rock N. C., returned summer. o'clock. sure indications of some form of stomach
at Springs. Mr. Cantrell, of Tallahassee, arrived trouble, biliousness or a bad lifer Malaria will
home Friday.Mrs. Mrs. Brockington was the wife of L\\ next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above all,
and Miss Eula May Moore, daughter of in the city Friday and it stop- Mr. S. P. Brockington,who has livedin \ don'ttakccalomelorqbotharo
James R. Moorehead "Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Moore, of this ping at -the Manse on Fort King Ocala for several months. He is l

children/ who have been spending city, is at Sutherland, where she will avenue. Mr. Cantrell is one of the the agent here for the Industrial .' BERDINEhas
returned ,
some time at Lake Weir, attend the Florida Conference Col- new professors at the Ocala high Insurance Company. She was a
all their virtues-nona of their
home Saturday. school. young woman and had been marriedbut deadly effects. HERBN taken
lege.Mr. will forestall headache.pat
Mr. T. B. Snyder returned home Alfred Beck left Monday for The S. A. L. freight train and an a short while and .the young hus- regularly digestive organs In perfect con d1-

i from New York, where he Jacksonville to spend a couple of A. C. L. mixed train had a head 'end band has the sympathy of the com- S'I' fj/\n. bead off biliousness, jjfftoSCo .j
Sunday ia health.TEV .
liver ills keep yon good
to purchase goods for hisf.J days. From there he will sail for collision near Montbrook Friday munity in his bereavement.The '
Haberdashery. On. his way home New York to finish his.course in the Both engines and:a number of cars remains were taken to Orlando _. .500..Sotffa A8 .&.*.

.y Mr. Snyder spent a few days with New York College of Pharmacy. He were,derailed. No one was hurt, but last night and will be. laid to rest -

at St. Augustine. will return to Ocala next summer.. travel was delayed for some time. there today. Sale byti-Monopoly Drug Store.. .
his family
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great g=2 traa* tlx CZTES cf DIES ESSCATtSl PAT! .

t1eTaM Ia x. i om. \
a.rltU- isocbo Does ix par 22 awn 19 fceeoc*: ia i ik' *! a -
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e tt b-' to

I: s. Fro: thu sz=*co tbs eeeibas Doe it pay to escape bsrg a rich / <,

i* trri5c. Tbere i* boo: =!Eg cffe f : 1/ E ',
.. flakes
Dc.ei iF T to F' oaf far a ss-
d G' faESf from
Cs9ti a=: .ate ,
ate C In 1 a,7Yi. i \ .
t to:erg: oa tiLe HS asd :arrVit 1- $
l, r wt fa3 n 1o a .
4 ba it :
t a.! 22 ezj&senoa ccecf the Srarrfh: DoeshpeytogetagSspse of the

t 73"Why s Trtki: *ead* fragsfrrUcf tie jay] ofDce5 Erirg* I ii ___ cca; c RCs ties 1 5 .
rR>*I fcssdrsd ft is the 22. it pay the eiryssHs to trfddino
tLe bye J r ate! wt.+ Xaii31'e 1 a1 Stt 94
y r= c-
When tie hat&r Yis over zadaiih to F -i

a E; 5t destroyed I -renderedbosr &>e* ft pay to fears to nalr life a .

rosy o-f toe Yho -it.e*ed ita.&nrtd gksy seals of a gnzd? rte I i. LIYEH PILLS ,

t.ks iads' to get far enoc i Doe it pay to t=a* hor to take .Ia' h TONIC PF' ETS

away try tie this E? reaHss of the dry:, dreary drudgery cet of 1!e? h.a-r--=_ i '_-_\1 t ; =4 :. i4 a wiai
.s .. -r7t 7'l
t1.e i to n rs.1. rnt cd, Does it pay to add payer tp the '

fJ..a tpet e i* bci hsairfed* of otters less of the nkroscope or tele-cope?
Talstha-Do thfr.V: they
yea appreciate
at tM Fair ITS nade posjsl e by thera&dera Does it pay to ti&e tLetioa : e r lasa- '
yocr: voice? tma wez
of fig os :i mbJd
: derefcjciezr of electrical : he
Tfcojraa-WeH. I sbocld think so.Wfiy :
acicz ce. Does it pay a rosebod to open its 4.z:4: :
; some of tEho they threwat
if Jodk&i wite ao- A.d..to taw other thing on the petals aid *g out: it* beasty to the
roe were real new.Adaertisf.g .
of bI atgwzra zr""Wt world! H
PiYe-lr I east get back: to the

1, ran w*. Mr. Jadkfs "u uhigJ Ifgii*" of 1M.. exposition, if Doe* it pay to pc&h one's horizon Dilt't Pa 1.I .

tl Mk 5OgrapLT before fcs C-r d yon ple e. We zssst go tack to the farther ocs, ia order to get wider "% O: I doat want anything to do

Let, and sue drs*:1't bdaere acycaa YO- great fatal dock ia frost of the odlook, or a dearer vision I with advertising: any more.: Ivetried For Sale by Posoce Dreg Store

resist Jodkins." Does it pay to learn how to center I -- -
Palace aDd tell
of Agriec&cre youbcnr it fcereralJIaEses, ar..dit don't

& ;; ire **pa* ed the t.i:2 r aiay" tit with power, how toones lUl"-W: pay-" This was tie s"wer a. Einser :
*it less-1 f tt Wq 1C.u. THIECT I MOMfHT.UHave
yad..ir.g ia ci.. hand sore merital force:: effecticelyfDoes received several days
Tie d.a: ?w i> i'd+and lets ties. great ue representative
:Weic' a z5t...!' 'keTU fire feet every mime. it pay to acquire power to get ago when he approached a certain
ft:' iw rb tree,t1 a, oct of lire high and noble pleasures J decided o* tb* tied ( f
-w usstGWORLD'S :".ar.. John beard that thrsiaF trf s elf bo ines nan solieiiing an adceaiemen yon
had exhibitoa which wealth cannot pGrchase? fertilizer you are goktg.. tt..? It,
------" Jersey a great rafe/jcite: .
Does it pay to acquire character, Xot havingetn his basize f not a question of haw m?**. but
FAIR WAHDEfJEHS.Tftej the ids eomewLere and Lefcz represented
persaaded cs to "look It up." wealth, a sod propertyJwMeh no disaster in the coicmns of any of the s, what kind rut .i *H' wait
or nnsfontnje can wreck or he obtaillf4. YwicwTt 1Mb )
the business ? _
city : ( j roan was
He if there u asytMcg the papers
Take a Trip 0... t.ta. PikeAfter canrum 4 A
high r.d*
? mistake when y *f*retr -
asked to himself which he
explain ,
beat the Florida isosqsito for size t
S ?fI.r all tJae Breakfast -
Does it pay to Lave expert advice : j fertilizer
did, about foildws
as :
asd appetite be vast to sse it.
Foods Savp a Pickles 1
and training, to have high ideals held 'W n. several years ago I was Hihest cash -wic* paid for dry t w*.

the ijtrtesltsraf. P.l.nc. A Soy's Wild Ride For LIfe. up to one in the rat c.-riticalZrears icdsced to try advertising, so I wrote d&

St. toci, Sept.22ad, 1X4. With family anxod expecting him of'Kfe? an ad for the paper and: hadj it ran FLORIDA FEETIUZER KTl 30MIIf. :
.. to die, acd a on riding for life, Isnflti
Does it to make -
We were ytahdirsgin frost of "Crea pay friendships
for a whole month for which I paid 6aiatsiH, Ft*.
to get Dr. Eicg's New IMscor-
tion" oa thy Kke. It was oce oftbee err for ConKiiaj>ticm, dins acd with bright, ambiiiocs young people, five dollars in trade; and I don't -_ -_-*

: Lot eight which St. Locu occasionally i Colds, W. H. Brown of I believe it did me much good, as I did LEE MILLER

hand* out to World* Fairttuion. led., ecdared deatbfs agonies platDoes not. have anyone ,come in and saythat S. A. STAHDLEY,
asthma bat this wonderful
; it had been read. One fellowdid
She vat fat fc! asdfthortvinded
gave instact relief and sr ecr&d hio. all the lessons that and science
and wz vigonxulywielding He writes: ''I now sleep sonodly history ay that he saw where I was selling S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
can teach as to hoer W ranks life
than else and
a fan. Between po2 the every night." Like marvelous cure cheaper anyone
said: for Consumption, Pneumonia, Bron healthy and successful thought he would see if I was telling

"Don't yon thInk we ought to chits.Cor'ghaColdsandGrip prove its Dpes it pay to become an enlightened the truth. My an read something Livery Feed and Sale Stables
mtohle*s merit for all Throat and citizen able the
to see through
that other hov called 'Hereafierr like this: 'I an sellinglcheaper: than

Wiping the perspiration from fcuf Lang trouble Gnarast&ed l.6ttIaJC sophistries of political claptrap and anyone else. Gyms and see %I1&.' We carry fine most complete
and ?l.fl1.> Trial Bottles free at Ty-
tee and looking.at her with asiomish Binds & Co. Drug Store m vote iBtelEgertly on public matters? Of course that was not much, but .it line of Harness, Saddles, etc.
meat, he bellowed; Does it pay to change a bar orough f just goes to prove that people don'tbelie"e
A iron into hair for in central Florida, and will give
"Gee wbiz! isn't tbl* hot enough "Peaaat Social.Little ./ pig springs all they reM in advertise

for yon!" Alice Swartz Friday afternoon watches, thus increasing its worth I ments. Some time after that a man our patrons the verv lowest '

Yon will *ee from*ibi .r
been down the Hke. But I am haWYto little friend with a "peanut social ? was getting np a directory: for some- e

: ear that I didn't yield until we at the Club House, this being her Does it pay to experience the joyof place-or-otherand he would sell mea equipped for fitting out turpentine

,_ : bad made a root interesting journeythrough fifth birthday anniversary. self discovery, to open up whole big space at the top of the page- and lumber teams, gear,

The Mule continents of possibilities in one's na- twice as big as the one I paid five -- -
Alaska, Ceylon, Ea.t India, ones spent a delightful wagons. etc. JI I
< the Indian drool of Ocklahoma and afternoon in elite of the inclement rue which migfet otherwise remainundiscovered dollars for in the paper-for eight -
the Palace of Agriculture. Having weather which kept many away : ? dollars, and as he had male a special We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and SBugsdes.'and
Does it tie sculptor to call *White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm \Vaaoo"
pay reduction in I took him
towed away in hU stomach namples Many peaact game* were indulged my case np .
\orlb .Side Court lI..u Ocnla. h'la
of all kind* of breakfast foods! tomato in, after which cake was served MiasAlice out from the rough block the statce and paid him on the spot. I did not
which ; in the marble and whichshall ,- ..
sleep ----
ts. the advertisement but I suppose
lOOp, primes, doughnuts, chocolate go see ,

hot biscuits, grape juice, jello, The bowtew wa the recipient of tell the story of heroism and it was all right for be said he was no C. I. GRACE.

ubtituie. for coffee, pickles and quite a number of pretty pre&entsfrom greatness to unborn generations fakir. That ad didn't pay me either

F. A catsup, given to him in the food section her friends Does it pay to have one's mentality Next came a man who was getting up Successor to Central Lumoer Ce.

of the Agricultural building, A pretty and novel souvenir was stirred by the pa& ion of expansion, an advertising card to be placed in Dealer In

John said he was in fine condition togo presented to each of the little ones to feel the tonic of growth, the rode all the depots, school houses, steamboats
Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried
heart attached fecribable satisfaction which comes and FlooringCeiling.and _
down the Pike. presents to a gilded trolley cars lodge rooms

The Pike at night i* the peppery peanut with blue and white ribbon.. from the consciousness of perpetual in Marion county, !and as he wanted Siding. Lathe Manufacturer, Shingles of and Brick.

& lad that goes with the educational Slips Lelia Barnes asskted Mrs. enlarxtment'lDO to get the thing started he also gaveme Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Column, Door aad

; feast one gets in the exhibit palaces. Swartz in entertaining the children, (:! it pay to have your years filledwith a cheap rate on a large space. He Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

Mingled with the bedlam cf nomegaphones Isy and ail will long remember the the most delightful association was going to print I don't know how Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

are the creaches and pleasant occasion of Alice's fifth with cultured people at an age when many thousand of them; but beforehe receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

bellowing* of Hagenbeck' animals birthday. ambitions and high ideal have not got his scheme completed he got sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
and the roar of the cannonading in been dulled or shattered by disappointment : drunk and was given about fifteen
Sour Stomach.
the battle of Santiago. It U a combination or the unbounded faithin minutes to get out of town or workon -l

of lights, cl3.ihingngB, When the quantity of food taken is human nature shocked by violated the streets. He ''got and took iflh11Uf1111111ii1111iP11, 'I 1rn,,1Ulli,,' '-,1i11,, ,nr"ilt11fii1l1111i, lllllllr ,,, ,
too large or the too rich
quality tour ....
moving excited humanity and pictur* pledges?-Orisen Swett 3Iarden in with him the ten dollars I had paid
i stomach Js likely to follow, and especially STANDARD ;;
: e que architecture that will linger so if the digestion has been Success. him for the ad that never appeared. PIANOS. .....

long in one's memory. When it weakened by constipation. Eahlowy Ocala Will Be at the Fair. More advertising money gone! A r-- -.-..

cornea to costly, ornate achitecture I and not too freely of easily digested Col. E. R. Gunby has returned man came here some time later andsold :: Is c:? thirty jets cf ::::
G and really high claaa attractions it food. Masticate the food thoroughly] from Ocala, where he delivered an me five thousand little wooden :_-: eIi '.::t Tt UTI .c.tt1: : :-::
Let five hours
elapse between
meals, -
leaves the far-famed midway of the and when you feel a fullness and eloquent address in behalf of his can- whistles for five dollars and sixty every 3SIA: : HIS:. We =...=..

Chicago Fair tar in the distance. weight In thereig on of the stomach dicacy for congress from the-first di scents, which were to have my ad in E / fa T tie wiii iri teat .3

Speaking in the curbstone vernaclar, after eating, take Chamberlain'sStomach trict on the republican ticket pleasing big letters on the side. Although I :: aiaptsi: t: sir trj:rj riC5siitisj. I:1: a

it has the midway faded to a palepea- and Liver Tablets and the his hearers in his usual manner. didn't get the whistles I have the con :: Tt til that fist? ==

*. greed tint. From the tnow-capped soorbtomach may be avoided. For Col. Gonby took occasion during solation of knowing that I only paid :-: "w..4..1t." ".. _"..'-\'t
sale by all druggists m I r.- I." "- r. ;;;;;jj
summits of the Tyrolean Alps at one his address to speak of the bright him half of the money on them. I E We hart tj its t: jm 1:1 a

end to Male's fire fighters and the Mr. Owen Ball Dead prospects of the South Florida Fair never did think advertising paid,any E yrr e"41tre:. 7: !: tilt! Tis a

battle of Santiago at the other there The ThomasvIUe friends of Mrs. and also encouraged the movement way! A soldier who had just returned E ::it nIl: n: :J: 1:3ln' a

are fifty different shows in the prep. Owen Ball will learn with deep regret among the Ocalaites be met. from the Phillipine Islands came -:: ., ci A Pleu'l u:! bn csta .::..:.s

aration of which have been expend. of the death of her husband in "Yes," said Col. Gunby speakingof in some time ago and told me that he lc .t.

r ed between four and five millions of Ocala, flat, last week. this matter, "I spoke in favor of was! writing a book relating his experience EE a

dollars.In Mrs. Ball was Miss Bertha Fisher our fair and met a hearty response. over there. He offered mea

deciding which show we should and is a daughter of Mrs. June Smithof Citizens of Marion county whom I half page on the back cover forte I LllODEN. UA1PBELL aE

take in first it id needless to say that this city. She was raised in Thom- met are very enthusiastic regardingthe I dollars, only half down; the other S lll' CO.

John's nose for burning gunpowderled asville, and married here, moving fair, and a number will send exhibits half when the book came out. He 5 =

us into the battle of Santiago, a with her husband to Portsmouth, a'a Mr. Chambliss, who will send now in- jail for desertion from the Headquarters, Jacksonville Fla. 3OEO.W.HVDE

' most fortunate decision, however, forI Mr. Ball entered business in Ocala carload of fine cattle and hogs." army and no telling when his book

find it ranks aa one of the big attractions only a few months ago, and his familywas addresses President In T.behalf J. L.of Brown the fair delivered movement will appear. No, sirree; all the argument tUlU lUlUlUlUlUlU 11U 1'LU LULU 1 1UiUi 1 1

f of the fair. Sitting in an to move down to Florida with at Bartow you can bring to bear on me
Lakeland yesterday : :. .. tI
amphitheater we saw on large sheet him this ,fall. The funeral occurred being greeted by enthusiastic will never make me change my mindon JAS.3LORAHMf, President \.lee.- K.

i of water directly in front of usa at Portsmouth.-Thomasville (Ga.) and representative audiences at both the subject of advertising. Iv'e ,

faithful reproduction of the naval encounter Times-Enterprise. places.-Tampa- ,Tribune.- tried it, and know what I'm .talking The First
s : in which the Spanish fleet What U LII. about." Bank

was destroyed. The ships are not BuckUn's Arnica Salta. In the last analysis nobody knows, Here's one the killer overlooked in
Has world-wide fame for marvelous but we do know that it is under strict OF GAINESVILLE.
toys, but real ships in mlnature, con. his rounds.
cures. It
surpasses any other law. Abase
that law
strutted steel, with ports, guns salve, lotion, ointment or balm for even slightly, The
pain results. i
Irregular living mean Read the proposed constitutional Only Chartered Bank
} ;, and turrets. These battle ships are Cuts, Corns, Barns, Bones, Sores in Alachua
derangement County
of the organs, resulting Capital... .. .... .
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amendments and if like them ..
21 feet in length and within each hull Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt.Rheum. in Constipation, Headache or Liver you Surplus and Undivided Profits .l... .... .....,. ..: .. .,""",000 Nt t-'V
,Is hidden a man and the electrical apparatus Fever sores, Chapped Hands, Skin trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pflls vote for them, if you don't like them t Doe exclusively,a s.. .. .. .... .... 00
Eruption; infallible for Piles. Cure vote against them. The vote involves banking busta 'ss-aith taeUltlee ray rlk'lip
f which drives the propellers. quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, state. f3oollcul the accounts ot Farmers equal to lb.
After circling"around the bay fora guaranteed.Co: Druggist.Only*_l 25c.,'''at. ,Tydines;-" -" &* yet thorugh. Only tic at Tydings & no party question and there is nothing f- .:. Etc Interest allowed by special anaDce-mot., Ierchlnta, AU'C'I VU,
J .
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Drug Store. ; traaacted
aboat it
m compulsory .' ,* .1 promptly


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SU2ASSTH BAUIS Lcal Editor I An Ocala Boy's Luck. I Ocala People' in Gainesville. J<- -- i -- -- -' 1 ..cf.Uw'.l

.- ---- I The Norfolk (Va.) Pilot of the 27th The following notes about' Ocala

HAPPENIKQS ABOUT TOWN prints an interview with Mr. Tom people are copied from yesterday's

Livingston formerly this city who Gainesville Sun: T ;

)fetaIU... II. S..Hall and E. P. Thag- was in the Southern railway wreck J. W. Sylvester, manager of the MAIL ORDERS FOn

I Kin are in Jacksonville near Knoxville Tenn., in which he Ocala cpera house, was among -those ATTENDED TO. I A R (\ () STAN1J.\UU

MUs Lena Hawlsey, who has been very graphically tells of that horrible who favored Gainesville with' visit PROMPTLY \; 1 1'\nHR

disaster. Mr, Livingston and Con- yesterday.Mrs. .
tick for time is
quite some now convalescing -
gressman H. B. Gibson were the only I W. J. Denby, for many yearsa

ones in the coach containing 'thirty- resident of this city, but now resid- MATCHLESSLY LOW PRICES on Fall Nov. Ielties I

)Ir. T. J. Jones returned yesterday five persons, who escaped being kill- ing in Ocala favored her friends here 1 3i

' I from visit to Molntosh and Orange I ed. The Pilot says that Mr. Living with a visit yesterday. It is needlessto Silks and \rool Dress Goods. and 'Vomen'2J

Spring I ston arrived in Norfolk Saturday add that was delightedto

4 In. Clara Burnside has returned with a number of cuts and bruises on meet her.everyone I d \Valking Skirts; etc. C

home from a ten day's visit to Seam his face and limbs as an evidence of z: '" n
. C. Camp and wife, Miss Camp and r.w
hrreze. his px
narrow escape.
Miss Dekle were registered at the

Mr. 8. R. Pons, of Jacksonville, is The Pilot says: Sole Wash
*. Brown House from Ocala yesterday. I. Closing out of Dress Ooods.o cn
: f In the city and Is guest at the Ocala Mr. Livingston is a traveling repre I The Camps were formerly residents ..

l House. .- sentative of the Belnap Hardware of Albion, Levy county, and have -I In order not to carryover we offer balance of our

Mr. C. It. Burt, of Ozello, is in the Company of Lexington Ky. He many friends here who are always U en=
f makes his in Norfolk,
\ fity. She is the guest of Mrs R. B. headquarters glad to see them. summer stock at. reduced prices 0
and lives at 234 York street. He is '" m
Bullock.Me United StatesIarshal
:;,; t. -- the man who was shot by Officer : V?
.; f ..r*. J. and S. Lovell of Sparr, Hampton S Chambers and son, W. MI -
Coley several weeks ago while shooting I "1ct5
were among the visitors to Ocala Ross Chambers, are in the city from O
at a dog. He still wears the scar .
Ocala. Mr. Chambers came for the -
t r .. yesterday. left by the bullet from the officer's I Our domestic department offers few cases of yard > '
purpose of placing his son in the East .
f Mr A. E. White Mrs. Carswell, gun, and just below it on the right :I:
)1.... Gregg and Miss Erwin of Citra cheek, is a cut which he sustained in Florida Seminary. He has great wide Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale bleaching at rn
faith in this institution, and his confidence -
are In the city.Mr. the wreck. .
will no doubt be well re 1-2 cents yard.
Mr. Livingston in reciting the ter = 7 per
Will J. Carney, of Mobile warded.
l rible experience through which he
t Alabama, is In Ocala interviewing Among the visitors to this city are
has passed recently laughingly remarked -
= r our merchant. Mr. and :Mrs. J. Starr Sternbergei
that up to the present time FLOOR COVERINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS
and children, of Ocala who formerly
r Mr. T. E. Biggs is now .the owner he has been lucky, but expected to

of the automobile formerly owned by be blown up by dynamite if the resided here. They; are now the
k guests of :Mrs. Isaac Levy and friendsare
Mr. E. C. Smith. present streak continued.
; J "Being shot in the cheek by'a glad to welcome them. Mr. ....: a-= ....1 ----- ---------w- -J- __ :lU

r Mr. J. 4\. Jordan, of Tampa, who policeman and escaping from the Sternberger is now profitably engaged -. il

connected with the Cable Piano in the contracting and real estate
railroad wrock'comparatively unhurt Mr. Josiah Yarn formerly principalof
is in the city. business in Ocala.O. .
Company, while sixty-five poor souls lost their the Ocala High school now of ,

t i Mis Ethel Robinson went up to lives, is indeed luck for which I am W. Reagan of Ocala, managerof Braidentown was a visitor to Ocala

relative thankful." the spoke and rim factory and one Wednesday. He paid a brief visit
Galne.ville yesterday to visit very
r of the cleverest fellows in the state to the school and met quite a numberof
Was it Murder?
( for a few days.
I and his of in- was among those registered at the his former pupils and was kept
Coroner Waid jury I
!t. The Epworth League had a most I Ii II I quest are still inquiring into the Brown House yesterday. Mr. Rea- busy shaking hands with old friends.Mr. Grand Fall Opening!

enjoyable time at the home of Mrs. I cause that led to the death of Presley gan is one of the best posted men on Yarn is building* a nice residence ,

Caro Murrell last night. hardwood in the state, and has been at Braidentown and besides a nursery
of which -
Tillery, an account appeared
very effective in making the Ocala and two orange groves of his own he
Miss Jessie Palmer, who has been11rlting in yesterday's::! Daily Banner. It
concern a success. is manager of the Lemon Bay Fruit
relatives at Dunedin for the is not now believed his death was

lIt.ix weeks has returned home. due to natural causes and enough I I Sherlock Holmes Tonight. I i Co., and says that South Florida is- .
: I>a l @?i
for old and i@lfet1JdfllflIlC
evidence has bean discovered to lead Remember shat the entertainment busy caring groves : 1erJ tfcfcfyi
l 1 1 Robert Bullock yesterday He is enthusiaticand
County Judge to the suspicion that he lost his life at the opera house tonight is for the planting new ones.

.< sued a marriage license to i by foul means and a negro man by benefit of the Episcopal church and says that never in its history O lli and jw, (7/I/h gale-JI 9ftJ.? ,
and Mr. Munroe I for the I
, ''' alter Ada Brown were the prospects so bright
the name of Stuart Rice has been will be well worth attending. The

\ Dean. arrested and is now under investigation first part will include a splendid pro- southern section of the state. '

", Mr. J. W. Crosby and 'family are charged with Tillery's murder.It gram of vocal and instrumental mu- I I :Mr.: and Mrs. E. M. Howard have tJtj1tJ n (2J6t"ldiety (lid c1a/4Ju .

moving into the Sistrunk cottage is claimed that on. last Saturday sic, among the number being several returned from an extended trip

o|>|)o lte the home of Mr. S. T.t I night two pistol shots were heard in songs and character sketches by Mr.' through the east and west. They i ttttllle en 4Mji. 7Je j "ld C fJCaidi

-: Hlstrunk in the third ward. the near vicinity of the T-Pot ware- A. C. Finzel. visited'New York, Chicago the fair
house about 11 o'clock by two colored After the musical program a short at St. Louis and spent several weeks co&
Miss MaggieLangley mv/krlla
J. Nobles and i4
Mr. D.
in their sketch entitled A Close Call", will
neighborhood women, who were ironing with relatives at Champagne, Ill.,
in the Leroy
:: Wednesday homes nearby. Blood stains were be given with Mr. Finzel playing the Mr. Howard's old home. .

were married discovered and traced along where leading role, Sherlock Holmes. He : < '

r by Judge Robert Bullock at his officein the body was dragged to the place will be splendidly supported by Messrs. Dr. W. V.-Newsom' has purchasedMr. (2J( 1J. ime i'fJ Jhc l. .

the court house. where it was discovered. Albert Gerig Emmett Robinson and W. E. McKay's house on Fort .
King avenue opposite the home Of
1 Mr. Emmett Robinson came up Rice will be given a preliminary Adolph Dame. Messrs. John and Will Taylor. Dr.

yesterday from Stemper where he is hearing today and further develop- This sketch was written byIr.. Newsom and his family will move
x take Finzel and it will be a most enjoy- I in a short time.
; .t work for the Messrs. Hall to ments may be unravelled. .. into his new purchase
i, -v Holmes". at the Gala able play. Admission 50 cents. .
s hart In "Sherlock I Iol..rA Gainesville Day.
Let there be a big crowd present
Ocala went
i house tonight. Quite a number from
on this occasion and those who do
Gainesville Wednesday to en 9 t
to '

:; )Ir. and Sullivan Mrs. G., T.Annie Maughs and, Miss Sara up joy the gala day festivities.The attend will spend a pleasant evening. 6 GiNNIN0 4&

Pauline NEXT
. it day was a big success and the Italian Tourists.A .
Davie and Dr. and Mrs. William Anderon -
returned cash registers of the merchantswere party of Italian tourists, who had 4 4
< have
and young son MONDAY
visit at Dunedin.Mr. kept busy all day long. been visiting the World's Fair at St.
ten day1
from a In the ball game the Ocala team Louis spent yesterday in Ocala and
and Mr*. J. J. Williams and didn't retain its previous hard won i were guests at the Ocala House. The

w baby and Mr. Williams' mother have laurels. The Gainesville team walked party consisted of Messrs. Gian Carlo

+. gone to Homosassa, which place they around them to the easy tune of 13; I Stuckey, Emilio Rietti and Natale ON SAX.E-.

,z will make their home. Their friends to 3.*But Asher Frank manager of Vianello, of Venice; Gianfranco Fossi :

here regret very much to lose them. : the Ocala team, says Gainesville Tug. Mico Catteline, of Milan. They

\ bat- were en route to Cula.
= wrung in on him a professional .
r home
i Ml* Johnnie Gattis George Chambers drew Notice.

yesterday afternoon from Seabreeie, the tery.&Mr.fifteen dollar gold prize.Do All privilege and occupational licenses 6 Breakfast. White English Plate,

p where he went to recuperate from Not Be Imposed Upon. are due on the first day of October -
She is much improved ALL FOIt-
her recent illness. Foleyl& Co., Chicago, originated each year. A penalty is af- .

by her sojourn at the beach. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung fixed for failure to secure licenses at and Saucers to Match
of the 6 Cups ),
remedy, and on account great
who accompanied this date. Licenses secured there- ..
Mr H. L. Anderson merit and popularity of Foley's
Miss Frances: after does not relieve one of the pen- $1.23
her daughter, Honey and Tar many imitations are
N. YJ Ask for alty. R. BULLOCK,
to poughkeepsie offered for genuine.
Anderson, Judge. Match
County Plates to
where she entered Vassar college, returned Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse '. E. L. CARNEYTax 6 Soup .
any substitute offered as no other Collector.
home preparaton will give the same satis

Mr L. N. Green has returned from faction. It is safest for children and Mrs.Gen. J. J. 'Dickison arrived in
Virginia. His Sold by Post Office 60 Oat Meal Bowls to Match
., ,.: month' visit to delicate persons. the city this morning and will be for .

'r little ton. Alfred who has been Drug.Store.. m the present. at the home of H. H.

the summer in, Virginia Anothar Business Change. Date street. Mrs. Dickisonhas
Love, 430
I t r spending with hU grandmother, accompanied The Ocala Pressing Club has been been living with her daughter in Only 10 of these Assortments) to sell at these figures, malting room for

)lr. Grecnbome.Mr. purchased by Mr. Lawrence Ballard,; Texas for the- past\ two or more years New Grocery' and Cljiqa} Shipment)

\\it. Mrs. J. D. Williams are and he will make a number of improvements -since' the death of her husband, [at .
and -
for the better handling of
f where they expect Ocala Fla. She stopped off for ten .

k moving to reside to Arcadia in the future. They the business. Mr. Ballard asks the' days at Charleston en route here. Save Your Fine China. Try a Set of Our New Shape White Cups & Saucers for... 39c.
former -
of the patrons'business
grove there continuance She proposes! to make Jaksonvilleherfuture
F have purchased Williams will devote his and says he will always try home. Her health is fairly School Supplies: Crayon 8c. a box' Ink 40. a bottle. Lead pencils 1C. each
i and and please everybody. The business
Jacksonville Metropolis.
culture of oranges. good.-
'. 4) energies to the future be conducted in the
and will in 0 ALA
couple BAZAAR
estimable OCALA
an OAD50" THE
They reluctant- building formerly occupied by J. A -:- .
parUCwith them very '1Prt.. PGCa1Poola.n"
.C Ocala Pooser as a grocery store. : *

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SIX __- _______THE_,OCALA__BANNER________________ .-
Wants the Whale Chiese. Parker's Letter of Acceptance. Hill in 'Em All iddictt: and Hit OaR
TH r: OCALA BANNER i The gold-bug democrats are a t Judge Parker's formal letter of acceptance The New York Evening Telegramsaw A good deal i* MM at** ...* r1.

-- i I ,1 greedy Jot in Indiana. They don't | was printed in the large Hill in all the New York guber- deliberate and br<&18 a&.zh-- ..

?3A"Z 2A2SIS, 2iiir.: Why Mr. RoasweltSheald lot be Elsct want the "silver fanatics": to have as: I; daily papers yesterday. This letter natorial candidates as the followingwill Edward Addieki. AJ.J: IItf! t

f. 7.te&TeE::i, _' :es lGzige:. ed to the Presiduc,. show: bars t
much as a crumb. Listen to this I|I t! i u somewnat brief. It occupies only himself, would elate +ws EdM

In making his speech on the porticoof from the Indianapolis News: j i about four and a half columns of the SHepard. ward Addict It.. MM .,.. .ho *
the Ocala House last Wednesday "The Brooklyn Eagle finds encouragement Times-Union. He goes over the' StanchfieLd,, preyed on that has .&4. ttM .rat

night Mr. M. B. Macfarlane, candi- for the democrats in I ground of the speech he delivered to PaLmer. he Li. He has beta bculent ( ..... eCr

regard to Indiana 'chiefly in the the commiltee when he was formally and greea f*******. 0. igt
date for governor of Florida on the
.. acknowledged fact that there is no notified of his nomination some week's Turn About is Fair PUj." Idlatow, elected from ...... ...I < *

republican ticket paid a very globing disunion among democrats that the ago. The letter is modest throughout. In St. Louis "me..B&ker, presidentof theta, competed e( fI..11.. .. H.

eulogy to Theodore Rooseveltand voters who seceded in 1596 and 1900no He promises entrenchment in the the National Dressmakers Association some states, dtmeHak I. *bee

in fervid language recounted the I longer have cause for remaining financial expenditures and reform in in order to show how dress afford willing food for A4rt .wt

record of hU achievements. He had outside the party ranks. In view of the abuses that have grown up in can change a woman togged out his kind to feed on. A***.lM-i 0.&

MOTTO: THE BArY:: EL, BELIEVISO reached his peroration and said: the fact that the gold democrats here recent years. three Cliff Dwellers and exhibited aware, known by MMr ..... II'!

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE BASi TO I "And for these reasons, my fellow are by no means pleased with the: The most striking sentence in JudgeParker's them. Never mind. Just wait untila other state, ooaya't MII"ft.. a day

TAXI CARE OF THEMSELVES, I: citizens, Mr. Roosevelt should be I nomination of John Kern, a fanatical declaration is the following: bunch of Cliff Dwellers geU hold of !if oar legislature dMst s wi haelt
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE. elected president of the United silver man for governor, that they "Official extravagance is official Mme. Baker.-New York Telegram."The directly to their Hkta TW lit Lt_

AND ITU FIOHT WILL BE MADE FOR' States"- 'have no use' for Taggart and do not crime." spectacle of Colonel Watterson of honest men t* *.r lisialr/ae

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THBB'm't "And, for this reason," said a : hesitate to say so, and that not one to Mr. Cleveland will easily put Add kS t.. >tigirtwhatever ..
I. throwing bouquets
The Army Officer and Marriage.MajorGeneral .
in her hand a
>)( young woman holding
:. of them has been asked: to take any ii certainly an impressive on*." guise Of ehsWee It prreeeela

pistol as she was coming out of the part in the counsels of the party, we Henry C. Corbin, an -Des Moines Capital. When and iuelf in oar ltgUl&Ur. 1 i*.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 30, 1904. hotel on her way home, "Jlr. Roosevelt -, adjutant-general in the federal army
cannot help wondering by whom theEagle's
where, sirrah! When and where- -- --- -
should not be elected presidentof has made a recommendation which is

Ed Ganby U going tojspeak againin I the United States!" 'fact' is acknowledged. I f I almost tantamount to an order, that Louisville Courier-Journal. Gen-
I tlemen! Gentlemen! But if |you ellIS
Tampa. This young woman said to us in an Bought Florida Oranges. army officers cannot marry, without '
I will go at it, why sail in. We'll hold
undertone that smceIr.. Roosevelthad New York, Sept. 23.-It was reported first securing the permission of the .
The Florida Trackers have formeda your hats.-New York Telegram.
been elected to the presidency from Florida that J. H. Schneider secretary of war and satisfying that

trust.David. every southern woman either walk & Co., of this city, had con- officer that his income is sufficient to Whom would you trust the more in Eight cents a pound it

B. Hill will let go politics ing on the public highway or alone tracted for 10,000( ( boxes: "of the com- maintain a family'and that he is free tude a business, the Lodges transaction, Tafts of and any Roots magni-or what a }'oong'OI' &ft paid
when it lets him go. in her own home was forced to carry ing season's crop of oranges. When from debt. If this is not imperialism I the Hills, Sheehans and :McCarrens twelve pounds of ...

a revolver. She is posessed of a con- asked by the News as to the truth of will Mr. Gunby, or some other republican -1 Parkersburg State Journal. She thin and talc and
If "war is hell" what u a political Rathbones was
Yes, and how about the ,
stant fear of leader furnish another
danger. this Mr. Schneider said name I
primary and a general election? Whether or not Mr. Roosevelt's fork? Addicks,Woods,Barriers, Heaths and paid one dollar for a bottle IScott's It
than that.
bought more As to the
--- -
others of little of Emulsion and by taking
reputations a out
When a girl geU so tired she can't conduct since occupying the presidential price of $1.50 a box f. o. b., he was the Florida Boys at Manassis. "
t \ sweetness.A doses had gains i
office has vexed and intensi- regular
go a step further she can still .twc- non committal.Mr. Rev. S. D. Paine writing to the
fied this question it is true, nevertheless twelve in bel, ,rt
tep. Schneider says the asking priceis ; Times-Union from Boston, Mass., million dollar club house for pounds weight

Man waa not born to snffer. He that everyday it is becomingmore 1.75 a box. He estimates the cropat I I says that the Florida troops at Ianas- women Ls,exciting a good deal of adverse the bottle was frnl>ihe i.

i suffers largely because of his igno- serious and pronounced.It 2,000,000. As to the marketing he : sas were highly praised. He says criticism from writers in:magazines Eight cents a pound is i

is a matter of such transcendental said that the Florida oranges would ; that he was in a tent at headquarters and newspapers. It bring np
for such valuable
importance that it, and it alone, forward usual about the latter the old discussion the and cheap
come as -i and heard the comments of some of goose
Uncle jAd1al Stevenson is going to keeps the south solid and always in I terial. Some pay wore, wise
part of October.-The Fruit and foreign officers as they passed and the gander. Why should the gander
join Senator H. G. Dads on a speakIng the democratic column. less nothing fc"
Produce X ews. they were all eulogistic. He writes be allowed to swim in pellucid and some get

tour. Discussing this subject in the New !I the letter for the encouragement of cool waters and the goose forever their money. You get your

York Evening Telegram under date Democratic Irony. Florida's young soldiers. kept on shore? money's worth when you ItuScotfs
The IIwnphreysPelot'senatorial
As painted by Mr. Roosevelt, the
of Sept. 12, Mr. James Galloway, of
fight in Manatee county is beginningto republican almost discounts Emalsion.Ve .
Macon Ga. party Neglected Colds.
says: "The democratic party," says Mr.

be gingery. Few in the north know what is our Providence. It is all-wise and all- Every part of the mucous membrane, Hornblower, ."the democratic_party \ will SeNd vat a Uttk

AI we remarked before,every democratic chief concern in the south. I mean benificent. It is perfection, full- l the nose, throat, ears, head and lungs, stands as it has always stood, for free.

official should bejsans pear et the insecurity of the women in their rounded beautiful. According to i etc., are subjected to disease and the principles of true political econ-

\1 r. Roosevelt, the time has come SCOTT & DOWN% Q.MUu..
tans reproche. homes or on the highways. When I blight from neglected colds. Ballard's omy and true political morality."

realize this idea when those in charge of governmentare Horehound Syrup is a pleasant and
you you get some of I And yet Hornblower, it when 409 Pearl Street."k

Who gave Gen. Corbin permissionto the intense sensitiveness of the omniscient and society's ills are : effective remedy. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Bryan was its nominee.
500 and S .-i aS .k ...
marry? And where is this thingto whites regarding the negro qestion. at an end. The republican party is j I W. Akendrick '''alleyIills., Texas
end anyyay'l If no negro problem it is a fearful the answer to the sum total of man- j writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore- Who would ever have thought to

white woman's problem! This con kind's efforts throughout- the ages.It : hound Syrup for coughs and throat find a trace of humor among the:pro- Lrote.stanat.'p .

. Ex Mayor Van Wyck, of New York dition has intensified greatly within possesses exclusively all the superlative i troubles; it is a pleasant and most effective hibitionists. The emblem of the Alabama -- - - -"- -.

City, bets5,000 on a New York the past two years. Sow no white excellence hitherto known anda I remedy." Sold by AntiMonopoly prohibitionists is a pair of .E.BIGGS.. -

Parker landslide. woman unless attended, can travelon few newly invented ones.-St Louis Drug Store. m hatchets with the handles crossed. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.
the public highways. She is denied Republic. I ----- The state chairman says the device (Office te 6u y.Ax*+w .NL.

, Hon..James E. Broome is making the rights and privileges her _- Mr. Edwin St. George Rogers, a means: "Carry A Nation." OCALA. ".. ."
Hot Under the CollarOyster
' eloquent and enthusiastic speeches I sisters of the north and west enjoy! native of this city, and who spent hisbo'hood i It D. FOtLEft.

In New York City. And the farmer's wife sits in her, Bay, Sept. 17.-Somebody I here is a candidate for at- The accomplished editor of the -sraNlidh-
i. sent a package today to President
home I j torney-general of Indiana on the Palatka News says that "money is The democratic "yaller dog" is a prisoner. F&ar and trem- ) & 1 11 .Mk... IIIIa
Roosevelt which he
on opening .
bling are hers. Care and suspense on I democratic ticket x r. Rogers is a like honey-a little at a time tastes -
dead and his resurrection is never found to be a of the constitu- lt. TUOMNGfr -
Y her brow even though her husband is copy son of the late Col. Samuel St.George sweeter and is likely to. be a good J _
likely to occur! again. tution of the United States with .
r working in nearby fields. This fear- a'I Rogers, who was for a long time the deal more wholesome." A little of PH.SltU1" .111.
letter of introduction to it from an I Office over TeM OHMWJ,Ope jam.
t Prosperity or no prosperity the fill and unnatural condition of the foremost citizen of this city and the it taste so sweet we are perfectly OCALA. .

, great metropolitan papers contain white women of the south is a prob- unknown admirer. The presidentwas acknowledged leader of its bar and willing to risk a larger piece. 'L4.w _
"so when he read it.-
i. more "want" ads than ever. lem! The question now shifts from Memphis Commercial-Appeal. who enjoyed a state reputation as a The chief concern of the democratsof EDW'IX iPEX':21L_

criminal lawyer. The candidate for I ATTORN EY-AT*LAW
negro to woman. How shall ,
f J. Pierpont Morgan, whom Senator --- New. York now in the saddle it .
I OCALA. >4!' ......A.r .
be Good Words Gone to Waste. the attorney-generalship of Indiana
our safe?
Call says is the best manjon earth, is women I seems is to fight Dave Hill and Tam- __
< This was not alway so. Even in Mr. Thomas W. Lawson, of Boston, was-educated at the best schools in I
thq. of Destroy Hill and tf.
supporting man spurs.Another i many. Tammanyand T CHAsE
, the most disreputable days of recon- referring to another financial mag- this country and afterwards was it is a long farewell to democracyin t _

= break in the color linear struction our women were not molested. nate, Mr. J. Edward Addicks, of graduated.with honors from the best the empire state. DENTHf OCALA n.

r negro woman has been admitted to Bat the years of political cod- Delaware calls him a "financial schools of Germany, and, as he is a r

the practice of law in Kentucky.Col. dling, especially of recent date,have guerilla, wholesale debaucher of cit- "chip off the old block," if elected to Editor Pulitzer thinks that he is CARLO L.11STM8hRATTONNEI
f -
, Watterson should not monopolize done their work. A change of pro- izenship and all-around corrupter of the office, he will reflect credit upon running the whole democratic party .AT.W, .

r all the ginger-he should passover gram, a change of admisitration, men." Why not sell these sentencesto the Hoosier state. and is entirely capable, to boss the Room t, Muosic. Deil/rL OleSt. tN, | | II -

something is needed to check the the spell binders. It is a shameto job. If he does like he has done ---- --- --
k some of it to Judge Parker. Elbert Hubbard has said somethingto
negro's idea of liberty.We have them go to waste.Sprains. heretofore he will run the party into
attract attention. He that
Democrats! Remember that N. B. need now to fight for freedomof says I the camp of the enemy.
Booker Washington is the greatestman
democratic nominee
Broward .for southern women. They should not
governor, speaks in Ocala Oct. 4. be prisoners in their own homes. S. A. Read, Cisco, Texas, writes, that America has ever produced.The Albert Hester is the most distin-

They have the right to the highways, March 11, 1901: "My wrist was comptroller has distributed the guished of young American painters _
As long as a man has twostrong:
sprained so badly by fall that it and "Gloria" is one of his
. to go and come without molestationas a was money arising from the redemptionof master
and willing hands he can always
the women of the north do. Even useless; and after using several reme- tax certificates for April, 1904. pieces. It has been purchased by
show "visible means of support.
the negro woman can go on foot, dies that failed to give relief, used Marion county's! share is 34133. Mr. H. M. Fla ler and brought to FLORIDA

Col. Roosevelt says he doesn't believe alone from the Potomac to Texas un Ballard's Snow Liniment, and was Florida.
There is now a Frank Walpole, jr.,
in niggardliness. Don't believe molested. But the white woman ; cured. I earnestly recommend it to
and father Frank is excessively hap- The Ocala Daily Banner continuesto -
In exiling it with'sojoiany letters. dare not! The privileges of the any one suffering from sprains." 25c,
py. Says it is the prettiest and grow. Editor Harris gives the
forests, the woods, the streets, the 50c, $1.00. Sold by Anti-Monopoly FIRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR
l'he East CoastJAdvocate is printed,! brightest baby in the state. Brick City people a good paper and
highways, are not hers. Hers Drug Store. m
on very pretty pink paper but it's not by the people in turn give him a very

the color of the East Coast section.It right of law but denied her by In order to relieve ithe anxiety of Napoleon B_ Broward's picture is liberal patronage.-Mariana Times- 80DY A New Om ,

the vicious negro. Security of our Hon M. B. Macfarlane, the Herald having another inning in the Florida Courier. IIt I"'.II.! I1t

is a cold day when a newspaper homes is hastens to assure him that he is not I==IIIU.
reporter fails to dig up one or two all talk of tariff, gold or tented look David B. Hill will will probably re-
the oniy politician in Florida who -" : = '
Before Day Clubs. ApalachicolaTimes. silver, militarism, Philippines tire from politics about the same ::...,..
was surprised at the nomination of 01 8e ........r
as nothing. The thing to be accom- time that Chauncey M. Depew stops
Hon. N. B. Broward.-Tampa Herald. wJII'A ESCream Jini: THE YZSIT1; 'T. lib CIV.r&&.
plished is restoration of security to perpetrating moss grown after-dinner
The republicans are very joyful
the farmers wives of the south. Thisis We cannot exactly understand the jokes.Pensacola Journal.
over thenews from the West. But Vermifuge
the southern problem. All else has politics of the World. It assigns too Jerry Barnett
Tom Taggart has not yet been heard Towne's report from Indiana fs
nothing. reasons why Herrick should be elect- not
from. IKE''GUIRlITEED.WDlM. tinctured red He be
may trying to
ed governor of New York. It says Merchant
Duck Island in Maine has a public Watterson Throwing Bricks. lull the republicans into
"As a vitriol thrower Watterson I he fought Hill and he fought Tam- I inactivity
for man's children. It and the
one concomatose
is a success, but he is anything but condition that
a many. .
to Pat's Island __ ____ ___ '
must be first cousin in votmaker.. Wheeler Intelligencer. over confidence produces. Tailoring. -
We'said that the conversion wasn't
this county. Col. Watterson makes the follow REME'DYTHE
ing reply: genuine-it was merely a little effer- :.. i' There is another thing that can be Ocala Florida.

: Lady bugs, it is claimed, will destroy vescence. A person at our elbow said about the "man
of Finest
What you want is a, rose water CHILDREN'S'FAVORITE"TONIC.al.UI spurs"-he Imported and
the orange scale. The-lady bug suggests that it was a case of for- refuses to,be tempted. He is Domestic
campaingn, all buds and no blisters. Or IMITATION leaving Cloths. .
should be treated with gentleness TMf atNUINC PMIPABID ONLY BTBollardSnow
You will have to fight and fight late getfulness. .Liniment Co. Oyster Bay just as the cyster seasonis Cutting a Specialty
and kindness.An .
and early. You will have to take as Instead of eating cheese the new ST. LOUIS. MO. coming in. Fits Guaranteed
actress has admitted that her well as give blows. You are astridea Nebuchadinezzar wants Rockefeller Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. A good many of the American heiresses -

\ jewels were "stage.. di t'mond3.. "I W, e \ bronco-buster. and your name is I to eat grass. He guarantees that a who married foreign titles SfuiyatHmiiSSBrm

.. shall next-expect the appearance of Dennis.- .*.. After".November. .;>it. will' _be simple grass diet will.t., -make. him fat FOLEYSllONThTtRforchUd" coming home to pa- and ma. The are *k."man.Rome WIm tile TiUet H...Ii..J f = 'net ,..?.
Mud. and .. ... 1 A1 t Ie'-' 'a. _ui L.t+ ;f.tir.tw ; .
the candid politician. strong. i"- glare. arteva.re titles rebd.Ceoaetr h.a.J --
are .
%> bogus.r <<.Lati.Crcwusiw..... T..........L'"tI'&Mttn..r.- --... e-
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IXTYFIVE KILLED IN Unknown woman with TRIAL -- -- -. ,-- F
,; Inscription, "Harray to Anna ring bearing H., L OF CHIEF OF : GRAND DUKE IS TO -

SOUTHERN WRECK/ M.Knoxville Two to A.children T. R, Dec.of'98.James" King of I POLICE AT ALBANY COMMAND ARMIES '

'l'he Preervi11ono
Unknown man, whose watch number.

Disaster More Serious Than at of Jones 130,814, works of A .C. Kolbuch Charges Brought, by Rev LemG. Czar Wit Displace Aiezieff and

First Mims. of North Carolina

Supposed. Mrs. Mary Phelps, residence un Broughton, of Atlanta. knropatkm.


Two White I -- I -
MOT Than One Hundred Men, unidentified I j I Recent These Have Caused the Russian Ruler
Repcrted In. 1 One negro;:..unidentified. Trouble at Albany In Which I

Jurtd-Knoxvlllc, Tenn., a City of I I I I -- Atlanta Divine and Albany's Chiefof 79 1 arc oust Active and Radical

Morning, Where Many Funerals oft ALTMAN-DUNCAN FEUD. Police Were the Prominent Me uwi.w ID rtegard to the Leadership \,
Victims Were Held. Figure of tr.: Armies. I
Charged with Florida Lawless '
Knoxville Tenn.. St Petersburg, Sept. 2?.-1:16
Sept 27.-The ness Placed Albany. Ga. p.m.
on Trial. Sept 2'-The trial of IF YOU USE STIMULANTS
death list aa a result of the fearful Jacksonville Chief of AKfcousn an official announcement to
Fla.. Sept. 28.Under Police R. D. Westbrook, on
wreck the Southern the effect is not expected immediately
on railroad, Hard of the
near Jacksonville Light Infan. charges first preferred by Dr. Len G.

wmrket. Saturday has grown tot try those who are accused of murder Broughton, of Atlanta, Ga., in a sermon since it will require some littia

lxty4wo, and It will probably ex- and other lawless acts in connection here during a revival meeting dad aftemdck time to get Russa's: second army In

coed seventy, aa of the field, the designation of Grand
many the injured with the Altman-Duncan feud in Baker formally brought before the

are In a serious condition, and more county, Inthis state, weretaken board cf police: : commu&loners by acommlttt'e Duke Nicholas Nictolaevitch inspector Demands a high stan-

death will occur at the hospital. to Macctenny, the county seat of Baker w citizens, commenced'yesterday general of cavalry, as commander..

Sunday there were six deaths at that and continued In-ahief, is regarded as practically setlied.
county, Monday for a preliminary today.
Institution, the last. one occurring at The charges allege Immoral charac. Some of General Kuropatkln's dard of Whisky. X 2Z

I o'clock, when M. P. Gant, a prominent :I trial.The prisoners areV.. Hardy Alt- tar, drunkenness and that tie chiefwa friends still cling to the hope that

North Carolinan. residing at Shelby J. ; an habitual of houses he may yet be appointed, especiallyif
I mann W. Eddy. Andrew Hardy, protector
N. C.. passed away. Lonnie Dowling. G. J. Johns W. H. of lit-fame, and the affair was made he now achieves a notable successagainst The Strauss brands of
Nothing has developed to all Field Marshal Ojama, but the
change the Dowling. Charles A. Altman Hilary more sensational by Wtstbroolt
idea is not shared in the best informe -
previously stated opinion
that the Altman, Iver Harvey, Cauley Johns, attacking Broughton with a rawhide.
wreck wu due to the failure of the Willie Dowling. A. D. Ambler About ahundred witnesses have dcircles. Whiskies will help
The situation at the front with two you
westbound engineer to read been
his and
orders Dowling. George Johns Jesse Alt. summoned the testimony of
correctly. Why the the first half of and perhaps ultimately three big armies '
engineer failed man, W. H. Johns F. that number has been
B. Crews A.
to obey, will never be known as he B. Crews, C. Y. Rhoden, Riley Rho-, rather disappointing to the prosecu is considered to demand aboveall to do it and save -
: The debris oJthe else that the supreme commanderof you
wreck ,
was clear. den and Jesse Sapp.
tion.There .
special authority as to be beyond
[ ed Sunday morning sufficiently to per. The prisoners were under a military is better feeling, the Brough
mlt passing of trains and traffic was! guard. ton and Antl-Broughtoa line having jealousies and the possibility of intrigue None 'better
on the of subordinates,
part ,
then regularly resumed. The first W. H. Ellis .attorney general of the been drawn in the community, 'and money
and such a man the emperor now real.
to come through was the fast west. state is here to watch the conductof the witnesses who talked freely I
izes can only be supplied by a member
when the
the sensation was first
Abound Salisbury Chattanooga train sprung
case. Governor Jennings will of the imperial family.
due to arrive here Sunday night at grant the requisition of Governor Ter. now appear wary on the witness stand. Grand D"'ke Nicholas is regarded &!Ibp.ing "NEVER POUR .11
The trial
6:20 o'clock. All day wreckers have rell for Hillary and Charles Altman may last several days oi
extremely well fitted for this
been demolishing inflammable debris for the murders committed on the 'possibly be concluded, tonight. great responsibility. He has youth BUT THEY REIGN. ,

and removing scrap Iron piles and train in Charlton county Georgia, if i MAKES and an iron constitution but above all
such portions of the locomotives as tne men are not held here for compIle! i resolution and untiring energy. With

may again be available for service. ty In the murder committed by the Booker these Qualifications whatever he lacksin '

Conservative estimates place tEa mob.The Washington Institute.Before a Brooklyn military experience and ability as a Strauss' 76 Fern Hill Rye Strauss Royal Reserve

loss sustained by the road at from first case brought before Coun strategist can be supplied by placingat ,
New York, Sept. 28.-Booker T.
$7(0.000 to $1,000,000, including property ty Judge Berry was that of assault his disposal the most able mili
Washington: president of Tuskegee .
'" and personal damage. with intent to murder W. M. Duncan tary advisors of the Russian army The

Railroad officials are confident that from the postoffice at Baxter, Sept. institute Institute, of has Arts addressed and Sciences the Brooklyn at As : suggestion that Kuropatkin might become Cedar Brook, W H, McBrayer a I

the wreck was due to the failure ol 12. Fifteen men were Involved In : chief of staff and thus in fact
soclation hall, Brooklyn, on his work
the! crew of westbound train No. 15 this charge. if not in name, the real commanderof
among fellow negroes.In .
to carry out its orders to meet eastbound I i I the army as Field Marshal Von

train No. 12 at New Market SECOND SESSION HELD. I he said speaking: of the recent charges, Moltke was the actual commander of Strauss'IX I L Baltimore Rye Queen An Scotch,

Both trains It is stated, held ordersto the German armies, although nominally r
"Within the last few weeks a public
pan at New Market but it is' further American Barristers-Abbott. of Georgia only Emperor William's chiefof
sentiment stronger and more deep.ly .
stated that Hodges is their usual Makes Address. staff, is gt'nerally'rejected.. -
rooted, I think, than Sour
ever before Mash Planter
meeting point It is suggested that St. Louis Sept. 28.-The second has gone forth from the "words and Grand Duke Nicholas win not rely Pilgrimage Rye,

the engineer of No. 15 may have session of the American Bar association upon a single advisor but on a staff
actions of governors, the daily ,
thought that as he was gaining time, was called to order today by I. the pulpit, confederate veterans press and comprising the ablest strategists of I

te could make Hodges, about 1% President. Hagerman. Amos M. Thayer, the general staff, who, In reality, will Old Harvest Corn
grand juries, which Is saying In thunderous Maryland Rye Sharpe
miles beyond the wreck, in time to United States circuit judge of St. eonUnpe .on the board of direction ofmilita'r
tones, that we, as a nation
pass No. 12 there instead of waiting Louis, delivered the annual address on I peration. Moreover the officers
; must not only be hearers of the words
for No. 12 at New Market, accordingto the "Louisian Purchase; Its Influence who are best acquainted with
which teach
us to protect the
: his orders. The engineer of No. and Development Under American Grand Duke Nicholas believe he may 1
but we must-be doers when it
Rule. develop military genius of a high or ,
IS Is dead and an unexplainable prob
to an important enforcement of the
lem is why the conductor of 15 did Following Judge Thayer's address der.

not stop the train after it had passed the session was occupied with the reports law."A white ''man cannot shoot down Viceroy Alexieff is regarded as almost STRAUSS & CO.
a .
of certain
standing committees.At to return here. The report
New This be
may negro without cause, and not lower
the conclusion of the reports a that he may become chancellorof

JUt In the Investigation. recess was taken. When the association himself. A mob of white men cannot the empire, however, is exploded.He' WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.
Engineers Parrott and Kane were lynch a and not
negro bring shame
again assembled Benjamin F. is more likely to retain his title
found beneath their engines, but their themselves "
on and their
4 bodies were not crushed badly., Small Abbott, of Georgia, spoke on "To race. and come to St Petersburg, nominallyin OCA'LA FLORIDA

What Extent Will a Nation Protect the capacity of advisor to the emperor _.
fragments of bodies were found In RACE RIOT IN MISSISSIPPI. .,,
Its Citizens in Foreign Countries. and will thus efface himself asa !
many instances today, but it is thought --
The association then listened to re factor of the military situation in -
that they belong to bodies already Fatal
ports of special commlltees. Shooting on Plantation In that the Far East.MOSBY'S
found and brought to this city. OnE State.
little baby was found by The wreckersbut Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 28.-Two negroes CAMPAIGN HAT.
that was all. were killed and three were fa. H. R. HUNTER

The cause of the terrible loss ol tally wounded in a race riot near Relic of the Dark Days of the ,
Four Valdosta Seek Adventure In
life in the heavy eastBound train was Lynchburg, Miss., 15 miles south ol Confederacy.New SUCCESSOR to G. A. HUNTER, ,
Lone Star State.
explained. It seems that the second Memphis.The York, Sept. 28.-Atter .having
Valdosta, Ga., Sept. 28.-Four Valdosta
coach plowed its way into a bank in boys, from 15 to 17 years of age, shooting took place on the plan. lain for 50 years in a southern home GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.KEY .

such a manner that the other cars tation of J. J. Johnson who went Into the campaign hat worn by Colonel

were jammed into it, and pushed on members away from of home prominent and started families to Texas, ran, a field to gather a load of corn. Th James Mosby, the confederate caval FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING SAW FILING, ETC.

by the weight of the heavy Pullmans unknown. their parents. I field was worked on shares by a negro ryman, and lost by him when he was!

family named shot by two of the thirteenth' New
were crushed like eggsells. The boys walked to MIneola, on the Kennedy.As Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.
Physicians at the hospital state tEat the white men were driving their York cavalry, in Virginia, in Novem
Gorgia Southern road, expecting to .
of the long list of Injured which they board a train there, but telephone wagon from the field fusillade. froma ber, 1864. is about to be returned to

hare in their care it Is probable that messages to the towns up the road party of blacks met them. The fire its original owner.

not more than four will die. The Intercepted them and they were detained was returned wifTf the result that twc For many years it has been in the

list of given out negroes were killed outright and three possession of a woman living in this MEFFERT.
complete injured as until they could be sent for J1 I. J. H, TAYLOR.
by the railroad officials, shows a total from this city. were fatally shot.A city. Recently she communicated with

number of whites Joined Johnson one of Colonel Mosby's comrades now
of 1C2. but this Includes all pel'Ions The boys had been told that farm

who were only slightly hurt oi lal>orers were paid $18 per month and and his friends, and are now searching living in Orange, N. J. Colonel Mos. JUt! I ICE[ & P PACKING 'CGh1PANY

for others of the attacking party. by was notified and replied that the .
scratched.: board in Texas, and the <:comforts ol k
r- relic was undoubtedly the hat which
home having become stale, they decid .
he It will be We will be ready forCOLD ,
'haf TRAIN DITCHED. wore. returned at once
27.-This .
Knoxvllle Tenn., Sept. ed to work on some big ranch Incidentally f -

been a day of death In Knoxville. they might kill a few In to his comrade in Orange and present.
wert Accident on the Iron Mountain Road ed to the military museum in Washing STORAGE
Nine funerals of people dians and grizzly bears and see something

held here today, and others are sched of the world. Many Injured. ton. i
about November 1st and solicet share of
we a.
for tomorrow.. all as a result ol St Louis, Sept. 28.-A passenger your
--- --- -- AN UNUSUAL CASE.
train on the St. Louis and Iron Moumtaln patronage.
the Southern railway wreck near New WAR ENDS; GREAT REJOICING.
road known as the Hot Spring
Market Tenn., last Saturday morning Member of British Embassy In Contempt
special, was ditched
near Piedmont
The death list compiled today bj Much Satisfaction In Montivedee of Court. -
Mo.,, 125 miles from St. Louis, today.and
the Southern railway officials aggregate O"' er Coming of Peace. Washington, Sept. .28-The estate de.

58 Wiled and the number of Injured New York Sept. 28.-There is greal about 25 persons injured.At partment today called on the department McMilIanBrosSouthern
the office of the general
is placed at 162.R. 'rejoicing In Montivedeo at the endIng managerIt of justice to take action in the
Is stated far known
so as no one
A. Duggan assistant general of the revolution, says a Herald was tilled. case of Hugh Gurney, third secretaryof

manager C. Sj Magnus assistant sa dispatch from Buenos Ayres. the British embassy, who was fined Copper Works

After yesterday by Justice Phelps, of Lee,
perintendent of the western district Fireworks were burned Saturday : Passes' Winning Verdict.

and C. A. Benscotter, assistant general bands were playing patriotic airs. I Macon, Ga., Sept. 28.-Mrs. Mary : Mass., for contempt of court and for Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
I speeding his automobile.It .
passenger agent of the Southererailway Five thousand people made a demonstration 0. Humphreys, 68 years old died Mon.

are here together with attorneys in front of the presidential day. Last week she won a verdict is expected Attorney General and General Metal Workers.Old .

and law agents of the road. The residence. The president toasted the for $400 against the city of Macon for Moody; will send a special district attorney

of th of all Uruguayans. Archbishop I to Lee to Investigate the mat
are Investigating the cause union injuries sustained by her in a fall

wreck and making settlements witl I: Solzer has ordered a Te Deum in the over an obstruction in the street Her I ter. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

the injured and with families and I cathedral. All political prisoners wit family thinks the fall and the subsequent Revueenue eiun. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

friends of the dead. They expect ube I b. set at liberty. I strain under which she war wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
I In the meantime the revolution in kept for Spartanbnrg S. C., Sept. 28.Mon.dAY works .
here three .or four days. come time had a great deal tc following -
has been cleared en .I Paraguay is progressing though thereis I do with; her death. a party. of dispensary constables -
The wreckage reliable Information from the destroyed over 3,000 gallons of beer FAYETTu MLLE, N. C. ,SAVANNAH, GA.JACKS..lVILLE. .
all trains are no
i p tlrer! and in 20 large fermenters, and also brokeup
is revo
uninterrupted.The scene. It Well Known Pastor Dead. ,
through .a still. This is one of the largest
following names of dead are lutlonlats are gaining. St. Louis, Sept. 28.-Dr. Patrick
seizures ever mad in this district
Associated Press list o! Gibson Robertson aged 77, one of the
added< to the The still was abandoned before
Created a Metropolitan. best known ministers of the Episcopal
Saturday and Sunday: the constables reached it,- and, accordingly .
Unknown man, Initials "G. B." oiMnaonlc Pekin Sept 27.-Noon.-Tang Shokl & church in St Louis is dead at his residence THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
no arrests were made.
of Shantung, has been com. 'I
Tatal here after an illness of eleven
I child 2 years old. manded to proceed to Thibet and Invet1ga.te -years. He was born in Richmond ---iYtw

Campbell, of MohawK and manage the affairs there. Va. A widow and five children sups ,
Mrs. .8 W. New York Sept. 28.-Most Rev.
created a metropolitan
has been vive him.
Tenn. of Knoivffla of the third rank, and also promotedto Thomas Randall Davidson, Archbishopof First Class. !gates{ Reasonable

James Cunningham, the military rank of lieutenant gen. Senator Hoar's Condition. Canterbury, has arrived here from

fireman on train No. 15. erL Tang Shaokl was educated In Worcester: Sept, 28.-Senator Goo. Washington .accompanied, by J. P.

K. S. CCnrad. America in Yale college and was formerly Hoar was still alive this morning. His Morgan. Mrs. Davidson ,and his two Refurrjisrjed Throuqrjout Special Rates by Month. 3I1RS.

E f T C. Emmett of Johnson City. secretary to Yuan Shaikl, vice, condition was apparently much the secretaries. The party was drivento
''** Mary Gardner child, of Knoxville It and he has hotel. The primate of ::..
of Pechili province. He is knownto I same as was yesterday; an uptown
S. C. toy
Mrs. Laura Hill, of Gaffney d be conversant with foreign affairs i gained no strength. It was announcedthat -England! will remain In New York one a

Ruth Hill 7 years old daughter i ala I his exact condition would be given week sightseeing and filling social
not regarded as anti-foreign I
Mrs. Laura HilL of Chinese interests !I in a bulletin which would bit issued engagements.
Mrs. Sarah Hffl. of Gaffney.. :S, C. though -



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HERE AND THE E.11r. BUDGET ffJDrt. f W I fIELD. ually seeking trouble which they invariably at Chemulpo and others are expjcted,' ; VVttII
gays a Hera.'d dispatch, from Seoul
find, to their discomfiture
Korea, forwarded last Sunday. Tha
s W. H. Whetstone has accepteda The Justice of the Precinct D'scusses and regret, but I am loath: to cincede Japanese authorities at Gel an are I T. Ulf. SMITH & GO.l .

a position with the T-Pot Grocers &s the Before D.y Club to Colored that Before Day Clubs existn ue collecting 4,000 pac!: ponies for tin ,

i. cashier. Excursionists sense recent rumor wouiJ have u< j use of t3 any to advance northward .

w I along tie eastern coast via Vladivostok. :
infer. I these be
believe t
Mrs. Lightfoot, of Tampa is the S CorresponJeuc Ocl Banrt-r ramors ) .

guest of Mrs. Whitfield at the Savoy On Friday, the 23d inst. at. 12 m.. the mouthings of alarmists rather: The -!dY :ce slrcady tas b: : .,Sixteen I HARDWARE

'' hotel. the G. & G. railroad brought t> this wan iac:i. H)\\' ."';ol', if I .no mis't hand:
fF Mr..Claude Laveron, after spending point some 200 excursionists taker up : kn in my r asrirmij: I iv.ul.i inform five mare .'I .S. 500; rack pcn.es end 1 <
400 coolies are reported: to have arrived -
who the intelligent -----'
from the various depots alou. its line you represent -
several days among his Ocala friends at Hem 'C'ng. -
from Sampson City hither. The excursion and rapjciable i eb.n i it jf your I S ,'r0I'E:,, WIUK M-TTiM.%
;- returned to Jacksonville. Tuesday. The advance guard was fired upon I
was gotten*up and conducted race, tha it is your duty t j yourself, by Ccssacks. Ten men were killed > I, nG._"' FIELD FENCE,

Maj. T. C. Hall has been called to your neighbors, coun- and and 17 wounded. :
under the auspices of the Christian .your ; i EATERS, t PAI.VTN <1 OILS,
to South.Carolina on account of the Benevolent Society, (colored) of Mi- your God to ferret out these iniquitous The Japanese were .completely surprised -I
i and retreated to await the { 't ,
death of his brother-in-law. i gatherings and make I
canopy. Fairfield has had many picnics promptly cf 1
tae I, coming the matn'body. $ : "\(..\TE 1VA1IE, f 11.-\ Jt%ESS.
We regret to learn that Mrs. Andre' and excursionsf but for well regulated facts known to the officers of the I I I The garrison at Gensan is being

Beauvier is qnite seriously ill. Her conduct and exceptionally fine law. I wouU reminJ you that! the j I I reinforced ,from Seoul and Pyeag( Yan. s, { CnUfUEUf i f 1VAGOSK,

friends hope for her a speedy recov order, there has not, on any previous white -man's welfare means :your The reinforcements Russians, meanwhile south from, are sending "I (:'UTI Elt'J J ()"'S,
ery. occasion, been anything to surpass or I I welfare. His law is :your law, we I "an to the effect a Junction with the I t SADDLERY J GUA.S, ETC'

r even equal the exemplary decorum of must all bow to the majesty of that force at Pukchl n.I .
Mrs. Willis, who has been
spendingthe the above named society. The train law. With the strong indications of I The opinion prevails here that A Full Line of Sash, Door and Blinds, All Sizes I
summer in Tennessee, has returned -
northeastern Korea will
be the
intelligence with which I scene
having stopped at the depot, its pas- am surrounded
home. Mrs. Willis is a guestat of an active winter campaign.
filed out of the cars and at at this moment I feel as
Mrs. Palmer's boarding house. sengers < Meanwhile both belligerents ale LETJJS QUOTE PRICES. WE'LL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
once, formed a column two deep and though you realized these fact strongly endeavoring to gain an advantage

Stephen Jewett, of Ocala, one of marched up the main' street 'to the There are certainly clubs in.f'xistence.yon between the Tumen river an-d!

the leading young men'of that city, aqueduct; then countermarched, returning may call them before day: clubs, Gensan. It !Is reported that another S T. W. SMITH & GO Ocala ..Fla.AMAMNVtA.

was in the city yesterday. He wen to a position opposite the all night clubs, or during the absenceof pecrct treaty has been foraeJ in the
r.orth by the Koreans, who are pro-
route from Newberry, where he public square. Here, and in silence the proprietor clubs: but such Russian in sentiment: with the object

has been on business.-Gainesville clubs usually contain --- - --- -- -
they performed a few exercises, the not more than of affiliating with the Tonghaks.St. -

Sun. ___ intent and purpose of which your correspondent -. three operators. I :speak of the I ;
Petersburg 28.
Sept. -7:04 a.m I
Miss Pallie Deckle, Marianna: has but a vague idea. chicken, corn, potato ami hog clubs. -In summing up the situation, today .i

who has been the admired guest of Concluding these exercises they faced Hdwe.-er. they" become so absorbed inmost the military expert cf The Russ saysIt I K E W 1I, NEE

Mrs. Clarence Camp for the past two to the right and marched to the vacant instances during their nocturnal Is t evident from all indications at ../ _

weeks, left yesterday over the Sea- store before which they formeda operations that they experience a mix the front, that the Japanese are engages /
t in a big turning movement on 't',< .. ,
board for Norfolk, Va., where she semi-circle. Three of the highly up with a hickory club and that usually theastward.. This would <
; give the::! .
will visit friends for some time. decorated officers stepped upon the puts a quietus on the club bus- thE' advantage, as heretofore.. of opertins Pneumatic Tank!(
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porch and after a few preliminary remarks 1Ut':*. .evermeiess we must not lose largfelj in the mountains, to which
Dr. W. H. Powers returned home the artillery Is better suited han for
we were treated to the beau- sight of the fact that "Eternal vigi- .
yesterday morning after an absenceof movements in the open. But In the in the basement, d.Jiwf
tiful and melodious strains of that lance is the price of Liberty." The
six weeks. He visited St. Louis, prefect movement the Japanese are i .- water through the house -
soul inspiring hymn, "Nearer my precepts you adhere to are noble and necesairily losing touch with one an a tl
Denver, Colorado 'Springs, Pueblo grounds
God to Thee." Evidently these voices inspiring in their nature and may other. Their strategic position, is i 1 'a by force of compressed
and a number of other western cities therefore, less air. It
I God speed in satisfactory than at cannot trees
: had been trained. Such harmonyis you your good work.
I and enjoyed his trip immensely. Liar Yang. or flood the house
seldom heard in this vicinity. After iI i After the J. P. finished his remarks and Haiti
I The Russ says It is a question n w-- -'
I as
Mr. Sidney Hiller is back from a the singing speaking began and the two of the female members of the whether a decisive or even serious engagement g. t 3 as iron pipe. It wfH

visit to the world's fair at St. Louis, first speaker explained to us the qb- organization addressed the audience will occur at Mukden. Suchan furnish water to] kitcfetn

where he went in company with his jects of the organization, i. e., the and were enthusiastically applauded.The event will depend entirely upon z bathroom and and laaixlry
General Kuropatkin's view as to the The Old Attic Tank and will
mother and sisters. Mrs. Hiller and mental and moral elevation of the last speaker, who was 'a prom- a me m
exigencies < the situation.
the :Misses Hiller are now in Cumber- colored race, its members consistingof inent member of the organization, "However. one may rest certain," I quent means leeks sagging and beams repairs cracked and no ceilings protection,fre through a hose to a height el

land, Md. with relatives and later both sexes, deriving pecuniary severely attacked evil doers and the :paper adds, "that the sentimental 1 I against fires. 50 feet.

will go to New York. benefits in case of sickness. The plead that the white men should turn Question of violation; of the Chinese
-- tombs will .lot weigh with the Russian Do ;you know of any reason why the man who lives in a small tam '
Mrs. E. P. Thagard and children, second speaker touched upon the on the light and set the example.The commander. The public must or on a farm, should not live as comfortably as the city man?,
subject of spiritual development and exercises closed with the beau- Bait Yet how few ountry homes have modern3batbrooms and {bow few
patiently a few in '
"who have been spending the sum trays ord city homes are without them.
mer in Georgia and at St. ; requested his audience to put into tiful hymn, "God be with you", etc., I,) ascertain whether there will be a The trouble has been with the water supply, but that trouble BO lon
Augustine: practice more generally that spirit of and the excursionists departed* from fight at Mnkden or whether the retreat ger exists.
returned home Wednesday. They will be The Kewanee Pneumatic Tank provides ajdomestic water works
our village feeling happy, encouragedby continued to the strong posi for
equity as taught by Christ and bitter- every home.
left St. Augustine a couple of weeks the words of welcome tion at Tie Pass. |f %
ly denounced any and all iniquities ringing in It will deliver hot and cold water from a well or cisternto; all part of
ago, since which time their ears, the house and It
they have Toao. grounds. can be placed in the cellar:or buried tn tto
been with friends at Reddick. having- a tendency,. to brutalize the WATSON BREAKS DOWN. ground, and does not freeze, and will last a lifetime.; >,

human race. The third speaker took

After a pleasant visit to this city up the subject where his predecessor NEWS FROM THEATREFAR Famous Georgian May Have to Rest FLORIDA PLUMBING 0ND ELECTRIC COMPANY
during which time he left Campaign. ,
was a guest ofMr. treating us to a scathing
Jackson Miss., Sept 29.-Thomas E OCALA, FLORIDA. _
and Mrs. W. W. Hampton, G. C.' arraignment of that low, vicious idle EASTERN WAR Watson, of Georgia, Populist candidatefor DAYTONA, FLA. t ft

Cram, agent of the A. C. L. at Ocala, and useless element who, true to the president DEAR SIR: Tif. The Ice-
suffered a physical I placed two Kewanee Air- KewWoy,
returned to his home Tuesday. )lrs. tactics of the infernal regions, were breakdown at the close of his speech Pressure Tanks in Ormond u iCEt IIUI.
Japs Said to Be In matte Prepare
Engaged Tank.LOOK .
Cram has been here for'some time as not only seeking their own destruc- In the re* .''esentatlves hall at the Florida, four years ago and

the guest of Mrs. Hampton.-Gaines- tion, but would destroy the peace Turning Movement state house Tuesday and had to be they satisfaction.The are giving. the best of
-- conveyed to his home In
a .
ville Sun. and happiness of eyel'lawabiding one furnished by you
i NUMEROUS SKIRMISHES OCCUR. physician was summoned and the last winter is supplying all

Mw. G. S. Scott returned home citizen and most emphatically)" denounced famous Georgian was advised to go the water for a 30-room high

"Before Day Clubs", if any Opinion Prevails thatNorthwestern home and secure absolute quiet and class boarding: house, and is
Friday morning from Atlanta, Ga., I rest for few perfectly satisfactory. .
where she went several weeks ago to there be, or any other club havingfor Korea Will Be the Scene of an Active I Mr. Watson a weeks. I recently made plans for a ; >

its object interference with or alack I Winter Campaign-Supplies Be. arrived here sick 21 prominent St. Paul man and t
accompany her daughter, Miss Louise hours in advance of his speaking en specified two Kewanee Tanks. -
Scott, who is attending Agnes Scott I of respect for the rights of oth- big Rushed to Armies. fagement, and remained confined to lie was greatly prejudiced

ers. Enthusiastic cheering prevailed his room refusing to see all against the system. I had l ,
Institute. '
Mrs Scott stopped over St Petersburg. Sept. 29-.\ dispatch His him make a personal investigation s--
for a day in Jacksonville with her sister throughout the proceedings. They received from General Kurcpatkin announces extra. breakdown is largely due to the of those at Ormandand

Mrs. J. K. then called upon the J. P.,{[who was that numerous skirmisheshave work involved in the preparationof he came back perfectly
his letter of acceptance satisfied and reported to
which is me
on hand, to make a few remarks by occurred along most parts of the
now that he would have
nearing completion and will be no other
October the Bay View Reading way of appreciation of their motives Russian front The Japanese have made public within a few days. system of water supply. R'r w. ht

Club J. M. Hall, president, and Cen and for them .not. altered.. their positions east of Yours truly, """
encouragement to per- I me railroad and confine themselves New School (Sgd) S. H. GONE,
tral office In Detroit, :Mich., will enter petuate the same. The J. P. promptly ; to outpost attacks to the north, all of Building Dedicated. Architect r ,.;

upon its thirteenth year. This is one, responded, and in his remarks Which so far have been repulsed. Talladega, Ala., Sept. .-The new ,
of the school building named In honor of the
great educational
institutionsof said
i :
,2t. late Joseph B. Graham, has been formally
the day. It is Petersburg, Sept. 28.-7:50 a. m.
organized in every "Mr. President and Members of the -The Russian press has heretofore: dedicated with appropriate cer

reentry tttate and, and territory embraces and.outside of this Association, you have requested that studiously avoided editorial referenceto Mr.emonies.Graham A was handsome ghen to portrait the school of ...................eeee
over 1,000 lit- speak a few words in behalf of the President Roosevelt's statement to 1We
terary clubs and more than the delegates of the interparliamentaryunion by Mrs. Graham. The presentation :
15,000 worthy objects, the
propagation of
speech was made
on Sept. 21 on the subject ol by Rer. T. M. Cal- keep a full stoekofi
members, besides hundreds who which you are bound to each other, calling meeting of the nations of the laway, and accepted in behalf of the FOR

study alone. It offers this year two : individually and collectively to 'world trustees by Hon. Casson Whitson Ad. old
promote at The Hague to continue the Joe'
popular courses, one on Germany, I gladly comply with your request work of the conference called by Emperor dresses were made by Hon. Hugh TilE SEAL ,

D lgium and Denmark, the other on and in behalf of the citizens of Nicholas in 1899. The only McElderry, Editor and John superintendent C. Williams.of education I -.F. Old Velvet
the theme of the hour approach thereto is a quotation in the ,
Russia and Fairfield I
to -
you a hearty RUSS this momins from _TU_>rlin__ TITPCQ_ : :
I -- -- Nephew
u ww
Japan.Mr. r' Bishop Potter
welcome. In behalf of the- citizens opinion, saying that it was evident Richmond, Sept. 29-Miss Weds. I Old McBrayer,
C. M, Turner, the photogra of Fairfield yon are highly commended that th eAmericans were determined to dy, of this city, was married today to I 1

pher formerly of this for the noble disregard the question whether or not James Brown /
city, has been cause you have Potter, of New York, in r Mark Rogers
residing in Viola, Tenn., for the past espoused, and it is also earnestly desired Intervention in the Far Eastern question her home. Mr. and Mrs. Potter left ,
sixteen at this time would be agreeableto today for New York, i %.,,,..... I I
months. In a letter to the that infinite success may cover either of the combatants.New month In Paris. and will spend a 4/ % Old Charter -
The ,
editor Mr. Turner says that he has your every effort in the glorious work daughter of Captain bride Is the
Edward I
greatly enjoyed the weekly 'visits of you have undertaken. There is nota York, Sept. 29.-During the U. S. N. Mr. Potter is a nephew Handy of, : 'ML Vernon
last ten days 2,500 ,
the Ocala Banner to his home and shadow of doubt in my mind as to troops have arrived Bishop Potter, of yaw Ynrt

that it is blways a welcome visitor. the final result of the labor you have ---- --- -- I Cascade and
-- -----
Mr. Turner says that he is in poor embraced, provided, always, that [t-- !'a'! .L1EL ;a5a.5a ML ra EiL rb'!! tr. ,

.- health, which will be much regretted. your efforts be ceaseleess in the direction ; EiL'9 : Other High

by his friends here. With his wifeand of the goal to which you !*J IE)

baby, Mr. Turner will return to j aspire, viz.: The elevation of your ,if Every. Day_ i I Grade Whiskies.

Ocala for the winter. They will leave. I race. I see before me an organization !*I .

Viola about the thirtieth of intelligent ; i- They AreArriving. '
stoppingover people with a great \ : Headquarters for

a few days at Chattanooga, and and grand purpose' in view. Who >

then a9.Mr. Turner says, "back to'the would not appreciate and approve I Anheuser:Bush Beer

land of sunshine your exemplary motives ,
sand and ? The most '
flowers. fitting reply I can give commensurateto : Bottle
your Ae refer to the immense line of new and seasonable 1 and Draught.
undertaking is
A special' meeting of the endow- thou good and 'Well done, goods recently purchased in the eastern markets. Our line I j

ment rank of K. of P. will be held One of faithful servants." of Men's Furnishings must be seen to be appreciated." | Write for price list. Jar Trade a Specialty. w ,
your speakers
this afternoon at1 o'clock at the uttered scathing Come and see us.Chambers. % S want your trade.and will guarantee to
Ocala News Stand. All members are 'I comment on the Before Day Club. 1ID I. give gatietactlon

earnestly requested to be present'as Now I am aware there are I j II I

business of importance will be trans- reckless, shiftless and law defying many !i Shoe Company, I I: ocjju HOUSE WINE ROOMS

:ted E. T. HELVEXSTOX, things in human form whose OPERA '.

President. j edly depraved instincts are govern-con tin- I I| 5 rij;HOUSE;: BLOCK G OCALA, FLORIDA. I .:L. OCALA FLORID

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1AIous er; panting -- '
FOLK violently boarded the train EXPLOSION KILLS SIX. -
have .. .
mfi to -- ,
ran -
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half -
nearly - .
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he said "ta I I ... .
catch u :
THE these -- -
cars.Tten. - u -
Vfcmmoth: Cotton Mill Boiler Scatters s r-- -- 1
: addressing himself to Profess r
or James Death by Wholesale.
Come and
NEWS OF TODAY "It's a bad companion job sir he when went old on folks: Raleigh N. C. Sept 2T.! -Friday _

like you and me has to run." morning the boiler In the gin department h

I The clergyman frowning asked the ,of the Mammoth Cotton mill Edwin f The Latest Creations II

commanders of Koala's BaI- l farmer how old he waseightysix. No. 3, at Dakea. on the Cape Fear

rf THE feet! which recently started "rm ." was the reply. and Northern railroad about 25 miles In the
the far east bear a great 011. said the clergyman -there Is from Raleigh exploded with terrific I

\ wrifht of responsibility Upon twenty years' difference between yv>a partially wrecking l the engine room. I

; ..., broad houlders. The Baltic fleet fcd me." instantly killing three white men one i !..-'.."""...................,,..",.,,,, ........
M BoMia't fat hope on the "Goodness. -
sea. sir
Thereswears exclaimed the old of wEom was the surperiateadfiat of

; to hate teen a difference of man. "jou don't mean to tell me you're the 'mill and: one negro. Another f r' Having just returned from the wholesale markets I ana new I
Ztioa a* to the wisdom of dispatchIt I a hundred and slxrHawicy .
lie lo Ue negro was scalded so badly that he I ; prepared to show'to the ladies of :
.' part In the war with one the prettiest and most uptoI -
will die.
Several also
tore jepaa.overroW The war the himself is said to Edwin : whose sensational thrown down by the persona shock of were the explosion I date lines of Millinery ever displayed in the Brick City. The designs i
counsels I
of hIs COtIp as a
adJwn. railroad v' Las been
cs the
aDd the fleet talk of Wall street recently arrived in but their injuries are not serf ; I am now displaying are all original, and the most faatidiee
r I tvn !'aoe hat new ous.
ju York
an unsophisticated country I i can certainly be pleased here. .
ttltai from Crontsdt Tie dead:
; B'1 a,: was
to I
earn $10 a week in '
for the orient s an office and be bossed around Henry C. Fowler, of Burlington general 1 1I
by ev- I I
I tatt eta jet thereFo; I erybody. He went to school la rail superintendent of the roWa. 1J '

;=;; it some doubt 'road financiering Jo the late C. P. Lee Hurst fireman.H. J Mrs. Minnie Bostick.

;..' vfetth It will proceed I Huntington and is now th trusted adTlser G. BraawelL t h S C.C.t
fir on Its of the widow Gtorge McLean
of his preceptor. It.. negro.
win. and whether la saId the Huntington millions have Fatally scalded: "There are at least l.OOOVood. rea- 1

ale root choaea Li increased perceptibly: as the result of I. Henry Wall negro. Both tie latter sons why I should marry her. lL South ilagnlia St. FU.The )J
"rvqb the Sues ilia -
counsels. His were employees of the mill. ...,,. .= S
peen! or around the recent feat In From the best informa'Jon obtainable "WeH, what are they?" : ::::_ =::- ::=: :_ --:,

c. Of Good dope TICS ACUI2AZ. wresting control of ; "First, because want: to; and she:
: it seems that the clc. fireman
This U the *o}. re *OJMTVEISKT.Bttefetf the Chicago and Alton
is herself the other 999."
of the din having just been dischargae
elective beet of war vessels road from the

IB th navy of the czar for most of well known financier the new man. not thoroughly and ---.. -- KEWANEEPijeumatic .

,,*.. at Fort Arthur and Vladivostok E. H. Harrirnan. rH"JG1Dg the engine had gotten up MARRIED WOMEN TO STRIKE.To ---j----;
too much seam. The engine refused
tare been tank. damaged or driven gave Wall
Iota neutral street to work and the fireman went after /
ports bj the Japanese. a surprise / Bring Husbands to Their Senses :

nat win happen to ft on to long and revealed! that sujie.-iuTtndent.: As they entered Regarding Female Su rase. "---s..

trelwi of over 13,000 marine miles to a new power In J ihe tag'cc room together, there Newcastle Pa, Sept 2S-Mrs. Chas.W. +- Tank
&t Borthmtern coast of Asia? will the railroad world was a rending :oar and the men were Fonltes of this {
tt mca tu destination Intact and If had arisen. lie Is blown to pieces.TLougfc principal /E
$ 6d what will be the status known in speaker at the twenty-first annual -
of the war "the Lonibly mangled the body :_ SF
ta its arrival 1 These questions arose street" as "the EDW't.HAWLEY of Superintendent Fowler was still Wo convention en's of the Lawrence county *:; ; -- in the basement, iMfeer

la the mind of the public when the sphinx." Jlr. Hawley was born In recognizable, and it was borne to his has advocated Christian Temperance Union, ; i water through the hMM aad
feet set sail the other day, with the Chatham X. Y, in 1SCO.; He has been home in a strike among the
limns of the car: and the booming president of tbe Minneapolis and St. Burlington accompanied by married women if their husbands refuse grounds by feree of e.s.
his wife and two children. The
et mot from the forts at Cronstadt. Louis railway since 1S06 and presidentof remains to give them the right of suffrage pressed air. It cana tfre for e
of the other men will be buriedat !
the Iowa Central railway since 1SOO. so the women can vote down the liquor ., flood the house tad last

I The tailing of the feet was Interpreted He Is fourth rice president of the DuUs. traffic. She said:
:as long u iron
--j p M aa announcement that Russia Southern Pacific railway and a director .u the men do not recognize ocr pi-pf. U wtt

Inca DO intention of considering terms *n several ether roads. He lives in unpretentious CRUSADE AGAINST LIQUOR. right to political suffrage, the women tarnish water to kfcetea

1 tf peace and that the war must be style in New York city should retaliate by refusing to cook r bathroom and and Uofidrr

f9Qght to a finish. The supposed destiatioo but has a beautiful country place on Augusta Will Begin Great Campaign for the men. In this manner th* Old Attic Tank and'will throw a atria m

I of the armada is Vladivostok. Long Island.George en Sunday. mea will soon be brought to time and
x Loci before the vessels can arrive Augusta Ga, Sept. 25.-The ministers will recognize a woman's ." means sagging beans cracked ceilings Irethrough a hose to a hefefct if
power.BIG punt leaks and repairs. and
there that port will be icebound so !I W. Peck who has been of the city will on Sunday, inaugurate against fires. no protection 50 feet.

the fleet must wait to enter it until ; named for governor of Wisconsin ty a pulpit crusade on the local ORCHARDS FOR -

Y tet* la the spring of 1S05. I t the Democrats; Is no stranger to the liquor traffic as at present conducted -- WILKES. Do you knowof any reason why the man who lives in a smalt MY"

The commanders of the fleet are all offlce. He held before from 1S01 to I in this city. The movement is the re- Thirty Thousand Elierta or on a farm should not live as comfortably as the city man!

mft of proved bra wry and exceptions 1S95. Probably he will always be suit of the action of city council recently Trees Will Yet how few country homes have modem bathrooms and hew few
more famous as the author of Pecf Be Set Out.Wvbtegtoa homes without them.
ability as naval oficers. in city are
granting two saloon licensesover
'/ Vice AQmiralRojestv "Bad Boy" than asa Ga.. Sept !).-Richard The trouble has been with the water supply but that trouble n* leer
the protest of the ministerial al
A. Almond exists.
!nsky U in politician. He is Gabriel Toombs two ger
liance. The minister have decidedto The Kewanee Pneumatic Tank
chief command. The said to resemble of Washington's most enterprising I provides a domestic water works fr
come back at the city fathers.V 1tl1 every home.
Joe Howard, the substantial citizens have ,
fleet is divided Into just
special and concerted from It will deliver hot and cold water from a well or cistern to all &ZU.t
: t' two squadrons. One Journalist. The sermons chased of J. }!. Gilbert a tract of land the house and grounds. It can be placed in the cellar or buried to tie

t 7- j contains the fighting governor tells a nearly all the local pulpits Sunday. about :2 miles south of Washington, ground, and does not freeze, and will last a lifetime.

monsters and the 5- 5 /' good story on himself Some say that a prohibition fight which contains 500 acres and are preparing .

r ,.. other the torpedo ,g In this connec may be the result. If after the ser to engage extensively in the FLORIDA PLUMBING eND ELECTRIC COMPANY.
- P' boats and colliers tion. He says: "We moos there develops sufficient public j peach-raising industry.

and various sorts of ,rk; .I I. were at a hotel In approval to foretell the probable result -,. Fifteen thousand Elberta trees will OCALA FLORIDA.

: auxiliary vessels. Chicago togetherthe of such a contest Failing in be set this Day roan, FLA.
out fall and will be followed
The squadron commanders other day. A this it is said they will either makea by additional DE.tSLR: lte NEw Way TH Ee-
an 15,000 next fall two Kewanee Air- a
uLa ADIUKALHr are Rear man I'd never seen crusade for high license or localized placed wanes PaM.
before As soon as the young trees begin to Pressure Tanks in Ormond, matir Pressure Taak.
i4 "on rTusart.: Admiral Enquistand came up too
saloons the latter to have
plan being
---- bear and
w. FEeL me and slapped me a large cannery will be established Honda four years ago
Admiral 'Voelkersam whose name them excluded from the neighborhoods the best ot
they are giving
on the back and asked me whether I'd and all the fruit that is too ripe ,
1* it*) liVen as Von Felkerson andFrikersofi. of churches and from the residence satisfaction.
There was an Impressive take anything. I said yes I will. H? sections of the city. for shipping purposes. will be canned. The one furnished by you "

Bi-ne when these officers went on asked me what it should be. I said last winter is supplying all r
It is understood that Rev. Sam "'
bIrd the Imperial yacht Czarovena at I'd have a glass of beer. I was a beer the water for a 3>-roo Il high r- i
Crootadt and tab farewell In person man. He looked surprised and wanted Jones Dr. Len Broughton and Rev. class boarding house and is +

ta hi* imperial majesty the czar. Then. to know if we hadn't better make George Stewart will be invited to tie perfectly satisfactory. i +

*1th destroyers ahead and abeam Admiral It a bottle of wine. I told him no; city in November to conduct meetingsin I recently made:Paul plans for and a t+

RoJfttnnsky" flagship the Sou- rd never cultivated a taste for champagne the interest of whatever movementthe specified prominent two St.Kewanee man Tanks.

varoff. Lied the fleet down the Finnish yet and I couldn't afford to begin ministers decide to pursue. He was greatly prejudiced

gulf now. He stared at me and said. 1 against the system. I had

'You tell me you don't drink champagne Woman Dies from Ptomaine. him make a personal investigation

The Baltic fleet or second Pacific and you're Joe Howard? 'My Augusta Ga, Sept. 25.-Mrs. Byron : of those at Onnand '- -"-' e

fret as It will now be known com- name Isn't Joe Howard.' I saidHe Woodward wife of the pastor of the j ft and he came back perfectly
vessels.It asked me what my name was and I satisfied and reported to me rt
prtr some very powerful war died tr
North Augusta Baptist church no other
would have
that he
told him. He paid for the beer.
laelodts the battleships Knlaz Souva- Y
.last night of ptomaine poisoning and system of water supply. j" = r
roff. Borodino. Im- her husband is at de point of death Yours ruly. z
rtntorleunl1er The Chinese minister Sir Chentung from the same cause. (Sgd) S. H. os&r'' s
III and Orel aU vex J L Liang Chem Is a good story teller. He Architect

seta of 13.000 tons was being entertaiued In Washington
dlpacm! ; the s r recently and the conversation turned =t

Xivarin of 10.000 upon the cabled expression of Russian
toes SIwol Veliky ; opinion that the farther Kuropatkln The main building of the University

6jUU) tons and the t gets away from Ku- of 1fJ1.1 ,ota burned today entailing k- r
a loss of $125.000 fully Insured. j J :
Owllabya of liC74 rot the harder It fJ'' ;

tons which Is Rear lrM will be for Kuroki to While George Cooper and wife, of Akir- .-. *N& '-'

Admiral Voelker- reach him. Winchester, Ky., negroes were'a2 ?? -
with, .: : t
tan's flagship. The Sir Chentung. '
church last night their home was .
ADWt.U. c.
feet! also numbers &LUl the prudence of his"y- ; ifc--S*//-
burned. TheIrfour children perishedArcher "
ESQTOT. t A- -
the cruisers Admiral race,did not so much ;, .a y
Nakhlmoff, Dmitri Donskol, Aurora ,as smile, but made ',:: Brown, a well known iron f -
whose firm has ranches in t : This is the disagreeable
and Alma, Rear Admiral Enqulsfs the following contribution j'; merchant

Bagtblp. Altogether there are some flf9 : f= many western cities. Is dead at hia t.-' .- 55 -;
vessels In the fleet. Little Admiral "When I was at home in East Orange N. J. from heart k old fashioned
Mabel-I wish.I knew some to '
Andover I disease. way
TOOT has been a brave but carefal Phillips SIS CHEXTC5GLLUGCH23G. .s

fighter and still has quite a few went strolling one Lady Curzoa, of Kedleston, who has make George forget ne for I can A

food ships! with which to ward-or! the day in the fields with heft ill at Palmer castle in London never marry hirn.HenryHave ; -S way to make bread.UNIVERSAL .
woman I admired. We encountered
powerful newcomers. a young for several days has passed a restless
tried Mia
a very vivacious: bull which un1 you: lending
and her condition this 4a .
Dr. Edmund Janes James, who has dertook a flank movement The farmer right morn. money. f

president of the University -:; who saw the situation shouted. ins is less favorable. ,
been chosen 5-
Just -- -- -- fll : -
t'1: : "i- .
of Illinois has always lived In i j Tall back fall back We fell back,but Three masked robbers who broke ,....

an educational atmosphere. He was the creature came: on. 'Fall back, fall into the house of :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Good Spirits. .

born in 1S55 at Jacksonville, IIL. where 1 back he cried again. 'I can't fall back Gibbons residing near Bosburg Pa. Good spirits don't all come frcm

Illinois college is located and attended any farther,* I replied; we have reached have tortured the aged couple in an Kentucky. Their, main source is the .....- -- ... -': u

the Illinois State Normal school tte limit* 'Limit! Limit screamedthe elicit to find hidden money liver, and the fine spirits: ever madein

Then be Trent to Northwestern university farmer. 'Gosh blame your durn About tOO men are out of work ia the Blue Grass state could not remedy & BREAD MAKER
ain't Unit to a
and on graduating fool eyes! There no
at Evanston I1L in. of the bad liver the hundred and-
with buI1.'*' Boston today consequence a or -:
at Harvard. game a
there took a course I
; After his Harvard course he went to strike of 14 engineers and cranemen one ill effects it produces You can't

Germany to study economics at the The Right Rev. Henry Yates Sat- eicrlcyed on. contract in Boston harbor have good spirits and a bad liver at

University of Halle and other German teriee D. D. bishop of the dioceseof by the Eastern Ddredgiag: comps the same time. Your liver mast be This is the new and up-t:>- \
Institutions. Economics finance and Washington: and host of the archbishop ny. The trouble Is over wages. in fine condition if you would feel \

government are the specialties in ed- of Canterbury on his visit to Charles Parker, of Denver Colo. the buoyant, happy and hopeful bright date way. You do not touch _

watloa to which Professor James has the American capital was formerly traffic manager of the Colorado Fuel! of eye light of step, vigorous and t -5 \S S.

r devoted himself. He became a professor rector of Calvary church New York. and Iron company has tendered hisresignation successful in your pursuits You can the dough; takes just 3

5" ta the University of Pennsylvanla where he did a great work'among the and it has been accepted.He put your liver in fine condition by using I /S -
and was caned He declined several bishoprics
poor. lesigus to become vice president Green's August Flower the minutes to thoroughly mix. I
from there to a before accepting the one he now holds.It .
In the. In charge of the traffic of tie Ciao greatest of all medicines for the liver
professorship is an Interesting >
with this machine.
and knead
d University *f Chicago coincidence that nati. Hamilton and Dayton system. and stomach* and a certain cure for t .r

He was elected Bishop Satterfee Cornelius Vanderbilt has notified the dyspepsia or indigestion. It has been don't '
Whv try one.
president of his alma was confirmed and Republican leaders of Sew York county a favorate household remedy for over you

mater-North- married ha Calvary that he will not accept the offer thirty five years. August Flowerwill Make life easier. We sell S \ :

western university L church where he of Republican nomination In the make your liver healthy and active I rv< a

In 1JWL and I goes to was rector for thirteen 13th congressional district. He w& and thus insure you a liberal supplyof I them on trial, and the Price '6 i iS +(
that post and ha
from headship! of then was; years consecrated urged last wen; to accept the nom> "good spirits." Trial sue,25c; regular clj'clj'u f

the nation bj representatives of the local bottleSjTSc. For sale at AntiMonopoly is right -
j DUBote. ,
I1JD"f JA t& University of there as bishop of
leader Drug Store. m
edncationallnttirationa Whenhe
one of the largest
In the United States with was made rector Recent floods In Chihuahua tare par

of Instructors numbering over BISHOP urru- of Calvary an ornamental Bally destroyed the town of Cushuriachio "Uncle Joe" oar Gaitervffle cor- S2.25Hubbard
300 and nearly '3J500 students .on 1tI 3' and very > Hex., a twining town ia the fate respondent, was in Ocala Monday t >

substantial Iron fence with stout ton rior of the state. Every bdise was He 'e l
reIL.l're. taking a peep at our busy city.
dtnt James Is a lover of good gates protected It from the public dur- swept away but no lives test Ji -Sold Exdusiveljby

and b* relates that- he war Inj the grater part of the week. With ore train from that camp CIA toytwo says the Gaitervflle school is open

:: 4t4uveitoa: not song since with a clergy the advent of the new rector the fence weeks to reach Chihuahua on account for the fall term and things in ,his w

,; .... I maD goat stxt1-sx. who look and the gates opposite the main entrance of high water brought the firstnews neighborhood are quiet, peaceful & Macduff
be reaUJ 4T. a rut ot whIcb disappeared and "an op n door 'I andj
tUn ,
elder of the destruction, of the town ,
:' 1M 1tIIIiH to be reminded .Ua small. and welcome" took their place,. prosperous. .., "

", turn! station an aged and-bent tumWi ...er


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Touch of Winter Experienced SPECIALTY
Columbus, Ohio, May zo I9 J. PHOSPHATE (LANDS A -.
By Soldiers. Six years ago I had a severe attack d ii
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid uf
I! in bed for SiX months, and the doctors ] The new resort on the bluff at East Lake Weir is now being staked off into one one hundred Iota by County }!
JAPS CONTINUE NORTHWARD i had did me no good. They changed medicines Surveyor Hoarhead. These lots will be on the market in a week or two. The first ten purchasers of lots will receive ,
iI I erery"wtek and nothing they prescribed a ten per cent. discount after the tenth lot is sold. If you have not seen the property buy a lot anyhow; if k;

Reports Say the Russians Will seemed to help me. Finally I began you have seen it buy two, they will increase in value. .
the use of S.S.S. My knee and elbow,
i Make a Stand at Tie Pass-Japanese joints were swollen terribly, and at ont !
time my joints were so swollen and painful I
Get Supplies Regularly-other War that I could not close them when ; Beautiful.
THE OPEN FIGHT. opened. I_ was so bad that I could not :E:8E WIs Healthy. !
.t News From Far East. knee ? near Ocala and on the Railroad. f'-
move: or foot I
Hix-Did he git his 'title of major Is Worth Showing to Visitors. ,
General Oku's Headquarters' in the aged, you may be sure,when I began S. S.
by fighting? S.,but as I saw it was helping me I contin
Field via Fusan, Sept. 24.-Before the s
ued it and
to-day I am a sound well man
Dix-Indirectly. He married Major retreat northward began Russians and and have never had a return of the disease. The land now being subdivided i is elevated and has a gradual slope,from the edge of the bluff (which fj about "
}lenpf ck's widow. foreigners say that the reinforcementsthat S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me ,25 feet ae the level of the lake) to the back of property- which is.whoa? 15 feet above Lake Level. Theelevation t
came into Manchuria since June of this severe case of Rheumatism after will be marked. each lot on the plat which will be printed in this paper in due. time
everything else had failed. I have rec- 11'aids thl"lipaee grow from time to timc.' J'
last were only enough to counterbalance -
THE RIFLES. commended. it to others with good re t
OCAL0( .the casualties up to that date. sults. .R. H. C1UP) -- t

r There are persistent rumors among 1355 Mt.Vernon Ave. . .
the .-. ->-. .-- ---- _-.--- .....'',""r:Y.:_'" --. --- -.- ..>__.-- --_ -. -'' - ,. -'-,. "" .,... .' I
Chinese that the Russians are -- --- --- '- -' -----
A Letter of Thanks-Co.Operation of *The poisonous acids that produce the inflammation
I evacuating Mukden and are'preparing and pain are absorbed into the
-- the Citizens Asked for arip to make a desperate stand at Tie Pass. blood and Rheumatism can never be con-
Everything now awaits the result ol quered till these are neutralized aad filtered Man To Beat. I
t to St. Louis. the attack of Port Arthur. out of the blood and system. S.S. S. (ijard
goes directly into the circulation and at.
Ocala Fla. 26th1904.To The first touch of Manchurian win-
Sept. tacks the disease itself. It purifies and restores -
ter came yesterday with a sudden cold the Mood
the Editor of the Ocala Banner: to a healthy, vigoroul
wave, the thermometer registering 44 condition. It contains no potash,alkali 01 .
The officers and men of Co. A., 2nd other min'erals -
the dis
degrees during night Much
Reg't. of Inf't.. F. S. T. (Ocala Rifles -. comfort was experienced by the soldiers but is guarS '

) wish to thank the business Jnen i who, clad in khaki, were sleep anteed vegetable.entirely Writeus J
ing outdoors. A supply of winter and'our -
and employees: of many of the mem S S S physicians ,
clothing has begun to arrive and all will advise
bers of that organization for the the men will soon be provided for. without any i

promptness and readiness with which Our charge book whatever.on Rheumatism

they responded to the' call for the sent free.
Mukden, Sept. 23.-Delayed-The
encampment in permitting their em 'Japanese continue their advance The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.

ployes to attend same. We knowthat northward with extreme slowness. General

in many cases it was a sacrifice, Kuroki's headquarters Is close
to Pensihu, about 25 miles tof
and appreciate the fact. It was due

to this fact in a large part which enabled Liao Junks Yang..are coming up the Liao river LUMBER !

: the company to go into camp regularly with supplies for the Japa-

at St. Augustine with the largest %lese: The return of Liueteaant: General tir tSwet;
Rennenkampff to the command of nor(ill and
number of officers and enlisted men
the cavalry division has been signal IRE!'En
I n camp. The company had worked ized by renewed activity on the part ,

hard and drilled late and often for of the Russians.

the purpose of being one of the com- Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.

panies selected to go to Manassas for I Tsingtau, Sept. 24.-Noon-The Ger. ur
B. H.
the army maneuvers, and the individual man steamer Erica, to which the BritIsh Seymour, i iV
collier transferred her cargo of
members all feel proud of the Ocala, Fla.
coal at Cardiff, cleared for Victoria,

company's standing among the com. B. C., yesterday. The chief engineerof ; tfti '.

panies of the state troops," and feel the Erica refused to sail on the vessel -
: (ro .
that the hard work necessary to ac alleging that she was going to attempt i .I.P.Y" ,.

to' run the blockade at Port Ar i e q i 1.1 t-: "- ,
complish this has not been in vain. s '\0 0 ..- ,. .. "
thur. The Russians here say that '- :;
The trip to Manassas. and the ma- the supply ship arrived at Port Arthur t} -

neuvers there while filled with recently with foodstuffs, ammunitionand '.' ,'

hardships:: and unnecessary ones,were medicines. They further say e The roan) who buys HARDWARE of
that their advices from Port Arthur
withal instructive and enjoyed, and
are to the effect that the Japanese attacks
all look back with satisfaction at the are becoming infrequent and MARION H
amount of work accomplished there. : less severe." They believe: that the .

It is indeed astonishing how well Japanese assaults will soon cease, and JL

the militia; without preliminary hardening that the Japanese will attempt to 39
starve out the garrison. i"
tramped thirty miles a day iI AGENTS FOR -

: tinder heavy marching orde ,through Che Foo Sept :24.! -6:30 p. m.-The I, "FAVORITE" STOVES AND RANGES

thick underbrush, across wire fences, steamer Victoria which arrived here ; It WillPay

through cornfield and creeks, over this morning from New Chwang heard I CHATTANOOGA

hills and through ravines, and with two hours' heavy firing at'Port Arthur PLOWS
this morning the firing being on theeast You !
only bacon and raw Irish potatoesfor
side of the city. The steamerwas ELL '
two days at a time. Yet it was a twice stopped by Japanese warships FENCING

taste of what the reality of war would but only briefly delayed.St IF I You sell have, any Real Estateto I -'-

be, minus bullets. We feel, too, the .
responsibilities of the times. There Petersburg, Sept. 26.-A dispatch ORYou're A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried in a .

from General Kuropatkin datedyesterday
Deems never to have been a time f thinking of coming First Class
announced that IF I Hardware
not any ol Store. .. .
when the militia was in demand the Russian detachments were engaged to Florida for a home, '

more than now and we are proud during Thursday. SASH DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE
that the Florida state troops has such

officers as Driscoll and Lyle, and i Official Head of the Odd Fellows IF I I You desire to inyest in any r
Makes Appointments. j I kind of Florida property
that they have such an excellent com-
Allentown, Pa., Sept. 2C-Grand Sire I.
mand, and we feel that when the occasion Elect Robert Wright, of the Sovereign TO SEE ., .._ ., .
"-' -- .
fJ : .. :
--- ''.
->" "- '''' .J''i" t.hc. '
demands it that there will be Grand of -- .. ."" __ -
Lodge Odd Fellows, who was OR WRITE -- 'I .J .._. ___ _
many others in the state troops:: who : prevented by illness from attendingthe -

will stand between the state of Florida meeting in San Francisco, was .
I installed at his home here today, by J. H.lIYINCnON &SONS
and disorder.We .
Past Grand Sire Clement T. Campbell Important DecisionLower

would like to ask the indulgence of Ontario in the presence of a OCALA. FLORIDA. ;

zens further.of our business The boys:: men have and worked citi- score Pennsylvania.Mr. of officials. of the Grand Lodgeof -- Insurance Rates to bt .-.---s..R.......-.. !

Wright announced these appoint. Given to Persons who do
hard and saved money for a trip to mentz, and they were telegraphed to not Drink Alcoholic (ill Goods Delivered free. Write for Price List.
the world's fair at St. Louis. While Given Away
San Francisco in order that the incumbents $5 00 Liquors I
the sum in the company's treasuryis could be Installed before the -
0 Write us or ask an .
not bufllcient for the trip, yet it sovereign grand lodge adjourns,today: Alabastine dealer for By a recent decision of one of the lure 3r
Grand marshal, foil particulars and Free sample card of .
John: B. Cockrum, est insurance
companies of the United
goes a long way paying the
Indiana; grand guardian, Edmund T. a\l\\1Qs\\\\e States, lower rates are to be given those I
transportation. It seems that the
Pillsbury Massachusetts .
; Grand Mes.Becger i
persona do not Indulge in the usa of I ,
railroads have combined against giving C. H. Lyman, Ohio. Commit THE SANITARY WALL COATING.
any Intoxicating Hquori. This is
Just,for ; n I
a rate to uniformed bodies as has tee on finance, F. A. Stier, District of Destroys disease germs and vermin. statistics from all sources show that '
Never rubs
or scales. You can
apply it
s heretofore been the custom. We Columbia; W. H. Cox, Kentucky. -mn with cold water. Beautiful effects uw of alcoholic drinks always predisposes : n
I on, walls and m white and delicate tints. :i OL ,
would like to ask the co-operation of "NOT" -disease.breedIng. out-of-date to kidney troubles, and Brlght's : pi l YAR tiq
Freight Rates Their !I I hot-water glue preparation. Kalso- Disease Diabetes .
our leading citizens in Subject. mines bearing fanciful names and and all other fatal kid.
securing a
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 26.-The city mixed with hot water are stuck on with ney diseases are far more frequent 1)
reasonable rate for us as well as in council has taken, up 'the railroad deadly rtue.: which diseases rots and, nourishing rubbing and germs seal of drinkers of beer and alcoholic beveragesthan \ p

the matter of seeing that as many of discrimination against Savannah and ing ture., spoiling Buy Alabutine walls clothing.m 5 and lb. pkgs.furni among those who do not indulge! .

the boys possible can be spared from If necessary the courts will be appealed properly labelled., of paint, hardwareand in them. I
to to the drag dealers. Leaflet of tints, .
their business during city justice. Ata Hints on Decorating,"and our artists' la a recent address before the Senate ef
this period. special this ideas free, UAJUSItfKO,l Iii fitff ,
meeting afternoon the SI !U the United States Hon. .
if Grad Bajldj,lict H.Gallinger,
Respectfully, aldermen
passed a resolution provid Senator from New .
JOHN M. GRAHAM, I big for a committee of seven consist For sale by:Mclrer:I &Mackay,H B. Masters.McIVER results of most thorough Hampshire,gave tf
Investigations .
Sec'y Ocala Rifles. ; ing of the mayor and six other dtii made to ascertain the effects of beer drinking

ns,.to take the matter I \
up. and MACKA1 upon the health and life of Individuals

Fearful Odds Against Him. ..Ha showed! conclusively that almostall .

Bedridden alose and destitute. Death Results from Wound. cases of B lght'l Disease were caused
Such, in brief was the condition of St Louis, Sept 26.-As a result ol -- by beer drinking and that other fatal kidney e :

old soldier by name of J. J. Havens ana', quarrel with two men said to have troubles had the same origin as a rule. ,;

Versailles, 0. For years he was been St. Louis county deputy sheriffs, As probably a large majority of men. '

troubled with Kidney disease and H. G. Bullock, an artist of Little drink beer It becomes a matter: of great

neither doctors nor medicine gave Rock, ,Ark, died today from wounds FUNERALDIRECTORS. concern to know the best way of overcom- Old Corn ForleitCnrn$.1(1) $:00.:011tiller Ihe ll1.5O. Mountain

him releif. At length he tried Electric received during the altercation. But ing Its effects upon the kidneys. There'! : S 12.00 to z4 00."B&ri-.e't K'ntuaky Rye i4OJ. Appl., and Peach BrandIes Valley
Bitters. It put him on his feet i in lock was broughtt to the Missouri nothing that will so quickly make the kid S 13.23.BWcD4. ( 4.x Rye $3.20..

short order and now, he testifies. "I'mon Baptist sanitarium by two men who nejs right In these cases as For st'a Ku Money Orders

the road to complete elated that they were deputy sheriff! I HIT Ctn:.If taken early it will core every
recovery. and then left without Have a full stock of Coffins form of trouble vifiitomi&PC
Best on earth for liver and Kidney giving any add! CaskeU and even la hopeless ,' 80

troubles and all forms of Stomach and tkmal information. St Louis detective and Burial Outfits. Special given to cues It will dire relief. IS I.ID hea.. w, MY.

Bowel Complaints. Only 50c Guar- the! were detailed today to assist Burial services. est prepaatIon and can be relied upon to I
county auttorittej la clearing'tra ball that Is claimed for it ; 140 E., BAY ST.
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I SPIRIT OF LAWLESSNESS. FAILED IN REFORMS. NOTICE OF ELECTION ;wonT la ttev Courts' .ef Record; and In Section 20 The LeS1atr* shall not NOTICE OF ELECTION. -

I -- all criminal Cases originating In the Circuit pass special or local law In any of ,the j t
Direct Result of Civil War Says Editor Augusta Ministers' Crusade Whereas, The Legislature of 1903 un4er Courts. The court shall have the power :following enumerated cases: that la to say '
I I Haltman.SparUnburg Appear the Constitution of 1SS5 of the State of to issue writs of mandamus csrtiorart :regulating the- Jurisdiction and duties oi. To the Shertf Marion COI1nty.) f the Ute oi

f |r Not Very Successful. Florida did pus seven Joint resolution j prohibition. QUO warranto habeas corpus i any class of officers, or for the punishmentof j I, Florida:

"z b. L, ept. 29.Th; Augusta Ga, Se? 29. -City council proposing amendments to the Constitution (and also an writs necessary or proper to'' crime or misdemeanor; except for the BE IT KNOWN, THAT I. H, CLAY CRAW- :
5 *J>lnt ot lawie&en&i urn of the State of Florida and the same were i the complete exercise of its Jurisdiction. enforcement of special local taws regulatins FORD. Secretary of state 01 the state of -
the > murutr iu met last night, but the ministerial alliance agreed to by a vote of thr *-fourth ef fill ]Each of- -Justices shall har power to the practice of courts of justice: Florida do hereby nve notice that a Genera -

1 bouth. And the coaauy at large i" did cot put In an appearanceto the members elected to each house: that ]Issue writs of habeas corpu to any part :providing Cor changing 'venue of civil and I i of Klection Florida: will be held Tuesday in Marion county, state
i the direct iwult oi the vote on said joint resolutions were entered of the State upon petition by. or on behalf criminal i on next incceeiinf the
tno civil war discuss the liquor situation ami CUM; granting divorce; changing -I tir t ttonday in November.A.D. 1904. the said
i This naUmsnt upon their respective Journal with i of any person held la actual custody sad thenames of persons; vacating roads: Tuesday tingthe
: was nude in. a eer the proposed street, fair as the members yeas and nay thereon. and they Old tie may i itermlne mate such writs returnable before summoning and 1mpA".II grand and itttit Eighth A'owmJWr -
: mon Sunday by Dr. find direct that the said joint reso- ]himself the Day of ,
S. T. aalimaa. had been Invited by council to or Supreme Court or any JusUce juries and providing for their compenxatlon For five
dKor rations tie submitted to the electors of the i thereof. or before Circuit Jadnand for presidential electors.
of the Lutheran ia Souti: any ; assessment and collection of For one representative of the tat .
organ coogression'district
State et'the general election In November i when not returned to the
: do.On Supreme taxes for State and county end municipal of Florida in the nrty-ninth
Carblina and pastor ot the church the question of the liquor U- 1901
here.. sense Nor therefore I.. H. Clay, Crawford. ways.he.Section. tari. tad county and municipal For governor of the state of Florid. .
"1 have council referred the matter to I Secretary of State of the State of Florida 11 of article F of the Coflstitutloa- ;"eag?for designating the place of For secretary. of state of the state of Florida.

made a thorough; study oJ the ,finance' committee" council to I II lo hereby.five notice that a i of the State of Florida is hereby "rW. M voting; forrbe sale of real ectat belonging For attorney eeneral ol the state of Florida.
ttis question and have I 'so as to read e.a follows: fot comptroller of the state of Florida.
arrived at ths atudy over a whole year and reporl. GENERAL ELECTION "Sec. 1L The Circuit Court shall to minor estates of deotdant* and of For treasurer of the state of Florida. .
above stated result" said Dr. Hallman tack In time vtll be held In each county In Florida on hare persons laboring UDder legal aisabflttU: For snoeiintendent of public instruction ot
for Iwas exclusive
action next year original jurdladlctlon ia all
Tuesday next succeeding the first MondayIn case regulating the fee of officer of the Stat the state of Florida.JPMCfmlmiMioaer
his sermon. "The lynchlngs TJ also! decided to order the police November, A. D. 1904. the said Tuesday In equity. Also In all cease at law not or county or municipalities; gtrUig effect of agriculture of the state >=S
the kouth cognizable by Inferior court, end In an to Informal or invalid deeds wills of Florida.
to be or
are : -
attributed. the department to see that In the future being the c&ses Involving the legality of any tr assessment chftlren; providing for Use adoption For one justice of the supreme court! the .
t &me cause together I EIGHTH DAT OF NOVEMBER or toll of the .state of Florida for six -'
with certain all the laws in regard to the sale of : action of ejectment, of children relieving minors from lagaldtsaMWTtfl years.Vnr
th'' <" ticeof
things which tar the ratification rejection of the said and of aH actions Involving the titles o> e the supreme court ol the
have arisen to aggravate liquor are enforced. It was also daelded or boundaries *; and for the establishment of state of Florida.
| of real estate and of all criminal -
the tendency. Joint resolutions proposing amendments to fmie For one muioad commis!.neT for!thc state -
not to rescind the former actionof the Constitution of the State of Florida 1 cades not cognizable by inferior courts;: Section H article I. of the CDnstitaflon of Florida. :

The iplrtt of murder has been In- council In granting the right of ttt: be and! entry original, and Jurisdiction unlawful of detainer action of and ford oi*; of to State of Ptertda bercfcor attended tives Fortwu ot the members state ol Florida..he house of representa -

tilled Into the blood of the children the streets for the fair. such other matters as the Legislature may to U to read u follows: )'on"ountyjudge. 1
"Section 21 Tn
born about the ARTICLE XXI. provide. They shall hare Coal appellate I 1 Legislature than eatrh For sheria.
time of the civil The agitation of the ministers failed Ban a uniform .
war, Jurisdiction In all civil and criminal easel system of eomty govemment For clerk of the circul court.
and this fact together with the fact to get a single one of the reforms for arising In the County Court or b for* the' It than divide rntmlcfpalltlea Into For county assestor ol taxes.
That the following amendment claeeea of not mere than fir oo the basis For tax collector. '
th&t they have been used which to ins i County Judge and of all misdemcauori I
to the
bloodshed I
contention was made. Constitution of the BtaU of Florida be, and civil cases tried in the Court of ReoI of population: It shall tst&tUsh for For county treasurer. "'- -
and have been trained up not to feat Some of the speeches in council and the same fa, hereby agreed to and I ord. of Judgments or sentences of any muinlclpaJ :'wb clue a uniform Q'IItem of gov.eminent For For superintendent of public instruction.

the shedding of blood la largely ao meeting were warm and some hot-ehot ball be submitted to the elector of the I court and of all caaee artstax before : It all provide for the re. For county five county surveyor.comm liOacrL -J
8Ut at the general election In November, Justices of the Peace In counties la I tacorporatibo of each now axtett&ff model-
countable for the increase in murder was poured into the ministerial alt 1804 for ratification or rejection. which there Is no County Court "or Court.of polity end tot the teoorporaOoo of eaet public For instruction.three member of the coutny board ol .

and lawlessness in fhla section and ance. Section 6 of artida 8 of the Constltrj. Record. and supervision and appellate I.hereafter to b* tawrpoeated nonttfpaUqr Forjnstlceof! the peace in and thclfo)11ow. 1
Con of the of Florida Is JurtacHotlon of matters Into one of a& elasse* and BO law .
over the whole State hereby r arising before r* ing jnstic districts, vii: -
country. It all ends in the fact that Augusta amended so aa to read as follows: ty Judges pertaining to their probate Co'anI lallng to the ereattoo. government or pow Number one. d s

"About the same time there was the will rock along in the same old way Section 6. Tha Legislature shall provide i diction or to the estates and interest of I ere of any mmtopAltty or number of mnictpaiatoi Number 11.(. i

Franco-Prussian for another for the election by the qualified electors oi[ minors and of such other matter as thi I lea than .the whole of a class Number three. t
war the at least. Number
on four.
continent "
hallb 1
.. Legislature | TaHd.
may provide.
each county of the following county officers The Circuit 1 Number five. .
of Europe And the two wars have started : Courts and Judged shall have power ta. Bftctioa 8, arttda 8. of-tbe Ojmtltatlca of Number six. t

into being this spirit of murder NEGROES ORDERED TO LEAVE. A Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff Issue wrtu of mandamus. Injunction, qUO the State oC Florida ts hereby lepealed. Number seven.
Constable, a County Assessor of Taxes, a warranto, certlorari. prohibition habeas, Number eight. :
which la a natural consequence of war County Tax Collector. a County Treasurer, corpus end ell writs. proper or necessary The votes cast in compliance with said Number nine.

and now on two continents we have Race Trouble Occurs Near Harrods. a Superintendent of Public Instruction and. to the" complete exercise of their Jurtsdio prop amendments and the canvass Number telL -
tlcn. declaration and returns thereat. shall be Number eleven.
the hereditary and other casual results burg, Ky. i The County term Surveyor.of omce of-a.l1 county officers Section 21 of article 6 of the Constitution subject to the same regulations and re Number Number twelve. ''';

of these wars In the spirit ol Louisville Ky., Sept. 29.A special I mentioned In this section shall be four: of the State of Florida Is hereby amended< i strtetion as are provided by law for general Number thirteen.fourteen. ? -

murder continued to The Post from rears except that the term of office of, so as to read as follows: elections in the State of Florida Number fifteen.
Hallman. Harrodsburg Ky,
"Sec. 24. In
the: County Assessor of Taxes County Tax Upon the application of a ma- testimony whereof I have herenaU Number fixtcen. .
"1 have read," said the speaker says: Collector and County Treasurer, shall t of the registered voters of any Bet, my hand and affixed the great seal ol Number serent en. -
*'county In this State the Legislature shall I the Stale of Florida, at ., th Number eighteen.
'that after the Eighty for two until the .
French cf
revolution negroes, thirty them women years general election In
am establish In such county a court of rec-, capital tula the first Cay of August X & Number nineteen.Numper .
the days of the have arrived here November, 1906, at which election they also)ord, and there shall twenty.
J guillotine that the chll from South be one Judge for tact]1,1904.
shall be elected for
terms of four years I of the said courts (L. a) H. CLAY Number twenty-one.
tdren of Paris made for themselves I Fork, from where they were ordered I each and thenceforth all county Ina.med who shall be a praot1oling CRAWFORD Number.twentv-two.
attorney at law, and who shall be Secrttarrpf t State
little guillotines with to leave by the whites because In this section shall be elected for the Number tweuty-three.
which they cutoff ona terms of four Their by Governor and confirmed bj: T.) Petty H. Nugent, Sheriff Marion Count Number tweuty. cur.

the heads of mice and other animals of the negroes stabbed a farmer'I and compensation years.shall be powers.prescribed duties I.a.the_ a.Senate___ _and. _who shall.hold_ his office, .isumoer iwenty-nve.
by ior tour ".
roe annual salary or 1M Number twenty-six.
which they were aWe to lay I wife. It is reported that the whit law Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly Number twenty-o ven.

hands on. This only Illustrates that J I woman Is dead"I by the county where such court Is established -, Japanese Capture British Ship. Number twenty-eight.
ARTICLE XXII. and shall be aa follows: In counties Number twenty-nice.
am right In stating that the consequence The negro men were working on a or1 lees than fifteen thousand popuJa- San Frarclsco, Sept. 26.-'The Mer Number thirty.
That the
followins amendment to the Number -
of war Is an apathy to the question railroad near South' Fork. One o! Constitution of the State of Florida be tion one thousand dollars: in counties of chants' Exchange has received a cable For constable thirty in one.and for the following justice;

of bloodshed and murder and the women at the railroad camp went and the same Is hereby agreed to. and from population fifteen, sixteen thousand to thirty thousand message from London stating that strict*.viz: -
hundred "
shall be submitted to the dollars; in Number one. -
that it is certain to follow any long- to a farm house and demanded a State at the> general election electors in 19M of the for counties of from thirty thousand to fortyre .! the British steamer Crusader, bound Number two.

conUnued strife." lunch. This! was given her and whlla ratification or rejection. t1 thousand population, two thousand fiom Oregon ports for the Far East Number three, .
I dollars; and in counties of more than j A amber four.
Dr. Hallman attributes the mob spirit the hostess' back was turned, the Section 8 of article of the Constitution five thousand population. twenty-four tortY-1! has been captured the Japanese and Number fire. *
ts hereby amended so as to read as follows: Number ix. ,, .
dred dollars: and all Criminal Courts taken to Hakodate. The Crusader -
In the negro woman snatched some clothe ;
country to thla same caus Section 8. Each county shall be requiredto Record now established in this Number**v n. -
State "
together with certain other causes and ran away. The farmer's wlfj assess and collect annually for the sup- upon the adoption of this :aha.l1.1 started from Astoria, Ore., Set. 2 for NIIJI\beuiJht.Number ;" '> -. -

which have arisen to aggravate the pursued and caught her, but was stabbed pert of public free schools therein. a tax come and be Courts of Record as hangl aI.OJvington. Number ten.tune. 4 .J, -
of not less than three -
(3) milLs
nor more provided and all officers of such Criminal'Courts Number eleven. <; ,-
situation and says Dr. Hallman by the negress. than seven (7) mills on the dollar, of all of Record shall be officers of such1 Ga., "Sept. 29.-Ed C. Turnber twelve -S

"While these lynching may be Justifiable The news of the affair spread rapIdly taxable property in the same. courts and discharge the duties and receive'' Rainey of Eatontoa, has bought the Number thirteen. .
the 1 fourteen. '
emoiumenta of
such natS the 4
to a certain extent,, their source and In a. short time a posse cf ARTICLE XXHL of their present term of office." expiration. I HarwelLMachine works and will take Number afieen. oC_

i* the came as the source I have men. 200 white men bad driven the negroes That the following amendment to th*, Section of article 5 of the Constitution charge at once. Mr. Harwell will Number Number bixteen.seventeen

Honed." I from the vicinity. The blacks will Constitution of the State of Florida be and of the State of Florida Is hereby amended move to hisjeountry home near Mans. Number eighteen.
[ the same Is hereby agreed to, and shall be: so as to read as follows: Number nineteen. : -
1- not be permitted to remain In II!: ""Section The Court of Hecord field. Number twenty.
I submitted to the electors ;{ the State at shall -
: Brotherhood St. Andrew. rodsburg. the general election In November A. D. have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal Number twenty- e. .
I 1904 for ratification or rejection. cases not capital which shall arise in Number twenty-two.

t Philadelphia, Sept 29.-The general Section a of article 5 of the Constitution said county and of all cases at law. in Overcome by Choke Damp. Number Number twenty-three.twenty-four. -

t council of the. Brotherhood of St. An MYSTERY UNSOLVED. than be and Is hereby amended so as to: whlc.j the demand or value of the property Nashville, Sept. 29.-At EHcmonl Number twenty five. -' -
does not exceed thousand I
one Number
dollars twenty-six.
drew met in annual session here to 'read Station as fojlows 11 The: Legislature ajid concurrent with the Circuit Court Springs, Tenn., today George and i Number twenty-seven. .-

: day. The meeting-today was preliminary : Jury Cannot Determine the Cause of lie In such counties as It may may think organ.proper: shan have exclusive Jurisdiction of prceedtags > Loomis Hargrove, brothers, were .overcome Number Number twenty-eight.

to the general convention of the I| Medlock's Death. Comty Courts which shall have jurisdiction dew relatiny.to r of lands forcible entry and unlawful -I I by choke damp and died before Number twehty-nine.thirty.

:, SavannAh Ga., Sept. 29.-An Inquest of all cues at law in which the demand and tenements. rescued from the "J1.. Number thirty on".
: brotherhood which opens tomorrow. Section 28 of article 6 of the Constitution3f they could In
testimony whereof.
or value of the property involved I have hereunto
The general council today arranged j I ws held Tuesday to determine'the hU not exceed five hundred dollars; oi the State of Florida is hereby amend in wbicl! they. were at work.UPTON 4- mv band and sffiixed the great seal
cause of the death of C. H. Medlock. so as to read as ZotJoL. > '-S. ,'- of the state of Florida.at Talaha
I proceedings relating to the forcible entrjor I -- -
: the program to be followed by the delegates "Section 26. There shall be six term MAY CHALLENGE.New [. s.[ _thc capital ttut th* first day of
unlawful detention of lands and tenements
who found dead the tracksof -
t' and also passed upon the reports was on 3f the Court of Record in each year." $ipkmber. A.D. 1904I
and of misdemeanors and final
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad,. 6 appellate Section 27 of article 5 of the ConatituI HC.AY CRAWFORD.
j| of the general officer The r& Jurisdiction! civil cases arising Ir Lion of the State of Florida York Yacht Club I 9-* Secret ry oi State.
miles from Savannah Saturday night the courts of the_ Justices the Peace. is hereby Preparing for To Perry H. Nugent Sheriff Marion County.
f orts of the the several committee!I amended eo as to read as follows:
In The trial of such appeals may be da novo "" ._- -- Such Event.
The jury brought a verdict as .
tCUon e.iTnere snail oe for
f. were presented to the council and II I Bt the option of the appellant The County'Court of Record a Prosecuting each I New York Sept. 29.-Preparations
follows: be the of the County Attorney, NOTICE FOR PUBUCATION.I .
Judge shall Judge
; before their
passed upon presentation I to be named, tfce County Solicitor
t II "We, the Jury, find that C. H. tyed, Court and shall be an attorney at law.I I shall be" appointed by the Governor, who are already being made by membersof
to the convention. to th and
Delegates (I
( TUrt shall be elected by the Qualified the New York Yacht club for the
his xmfirmed the
f lock came to death in a manner by Senate, and who shall
I convention continue to arrive, and it la I I electors or said county at the time when
hold office for four defense of the America's Department ol the Interior Land
years. His compensation cup against Oftce atGaincni1le.
to this jury. Further, that the said Judge Is elected. a Prosecuting Attorney
t expected nearly all of the 2,500 shall be fixed by law." I Fla.
representatives ,
I fourth from 3.1904
for said county, who shall hold offlc< a possible challenge
there before evidence to
was us no Section SS of article 6 of
ri will reach the city befor I I for four years. His duties and compensation the Constitution NOTICE IS HERE BY GIVEN THAT THE 2
how that the death was caused by shall bo prescribed by law. Such' of the State of Florida is hereby Thomas Upton. named settler ba*filed notice of
tomorrow. amended so as to read as follows his intention to make final prof in
: Sir Thomas has not support of
foul The evidence before I courts may be abolished at the pleasure of yet announced
means. ui "Section 23. All offenses triable In the hU claim and that said proof will be made be-
I No Decision in LaFollctte Case. would tend to show that tie death I the Legislature. Courts of Record shall be prosecuted upon that he has made the necessary arrangements for Clerk CIrcuit Court at Ocala. FUM onjctiitjtr

Madison Wls. 8.-No decisiojwas was caused by Sir. Medlock ben Provided that all County Judges -holding Information under oath and may be filed with a designer, but club ( itfk, tgot
Sept. I said office at the ratification of this amend- it time. whether the viE Jtter Wright of
any court Is in sea- Santos. FU.. homestead
I 'handed down toy the uprem
1 found which train cannot be determined }. duties thereof according to their respective the grand Jury of the Circuit Court for to come and are only waiting find q.artersection II. and northwest qiarter of the
court today in the LaPolIette case was noithe st section
commissions and until their successors arr the county in which said Court of Records 14. township z6,south
out what conditions are named before
t' It Is uncertain whether It will com ft I by us. I duly qualified and provided further, tilt [ held may Indict for offenses triable iahe range He 33 east. ,
when County Court shall hereafter U going actively to work to build the witnesses to prove hi*
this week but the Indications are generally The mystery of Mr. Medlock's death, any Court of Record. Upon the finding of continuous residence upon and cultivation of
established In any county in this State, the such indictment the Circuit Judge shall defender. said land viz: James Crowell. of Santos. FU.
remains unsolved.
considered as being against it. therefore, I County Judge of said county shall bold hIs rommlt or baa the accused for trial la George Wiggs Santos Fla. Arch)Jenkins of

I Jutigu Cassoday still unable to tak Winslow EXPLOSION OF GAS. the County Court until his term of office of said court shall Immediately file Well Known Author Dad. 8-9 .'. G. .tOB SON, RtjUler.
his seat on the bench. and Judge I
shall eip-'re.
theN1D based
I an Information upon such Yokohama, Sept. '29.Lafacadia
presided. -
S Hearn the well known author, died SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Injured In Mount Jessup ,
t(Sk. t Indictment upon which Information the at Tokio Sept. 2G. of heart trouble.
TELEGRAPHIC j I amendment
i Colliery. That the following to the accused shall be tried." !

Scranton. Pa., Sept. 23.-Twelve Constitution of the State of Florida be, and< Section l 29 of article 5 of the Constitutionof His funeral will take place Sept. SO. UNDER AND BY Y1RTUK OP A .-.?-?

; A bulletin announces that Lady Cur the same Is hereby agreed to and shall the State of Florida Is hereby amended I General regret is expressed among the rendered ou the 6th day of June A.
men were seriously i&jured by the explosion be submitted to the electors of the Stateat to read follows D. 1904 by Hon W. S. Bullock. judge of the
he :
rallied and that so as as
xon has distinctly Japanese at the death of Mr. Hearn. circuit court of the filth judicial circuit of
S of gas in the Peck shaft of the the general election In 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County ida. in and for Marion Flor
still I county, chancery Ins
condition is less grave, although Mount Jessup colliery at Peckville or rejection: Court in any county where a Court of Record certain cause pending in said court wherein
critical. I i That section 1s of Article 9 of the Const- is established." Abe Brown and Brother were the complainant

American today. I II tution of the Stats of Florida Is hereby, Section 30 of article 6 of the Constitution and J. W. Sanders was the ''defendant in which

The final session of the I John Maknuski and John Busba are amended so as to read as follows: of the State of Florida is hereby amendedso final decree. I. I.s. Beck wasappointedspectal
Bar association at St. Louis was ocr' Sec. 19. The credit of the State shill J as to read as follows: master to execute the same. I will on31.ihdo&

.. Coupled today in receiving commIttee; believed to be fatally injured. Both not be pledged or loaned to any individual "Section 30. The Clerk or the Court of > Ike 7<* dag (/ JYor< W, .. Dj /,

are badly burned and lacerated about company corporation or association; nor Record shall be elected by the electors of AfULLQTS that being a legal isles day. offer and expose

.: reports and the election of officers. the face and body. The others received shall the State become a Joint owner o! the county in which the court is established lot sale and will sell at public auction to tbe
I" Iri'lCbc t and best bidder for cash ia front of
stockholder In association or \ > the
in SenatorGeorge any company
There was no change and shall bold office for four years
court house door in
burns and were lacerated. Ocala Marion county. Fit .
slight corporation. The Legislature shall not authorite EXPRESS
F. Hoar's condition during the and his compensation shall be fixed by within the legal hours of sale the following described
: any county, city borough. townshl, law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the PREPAID XjClias. property to wit:one bay mare male known

: night. He remained unconscious for INJURED; TWO FATALLY I II or incorporated district to beoome a stockholder executive officer of said court; his duties as Kbodie. about ten years old; and oae hone

than 24 hours sleeping most of FIFTEEN In any company, association or corporation and fees shall be fixed by law," mule. known as Raleigh about eight years old.
more I or to obtain or appropriate money r or ao much of the above described property a>
dlsI Section 31 of article 6 of the Constitution
Worcester. Mass., for to loan Its credit will satisfy said decree and costs.
the time says a Traction or to any corporation -
Accident on Valley of the State of is hereby amendedso
L. S.
association. Institution or Individual, except 1
: patch. Road Near Columbus. that the Legislature may authorize municipal as to read as follows: W. K. ZEWADSKI. Special Matter in Chauc rr.
Representatives of 20 casualty liability corporations to relieve from munici' "Section SL All rules of practice governIng Complainant's Solicitor 930
Ga. Sept 29.-A southbound the Circuit Court shall be to
Columbus applicable
all ore pal taxation for such period of years asi -
and surety the Courts of and all relative
Record laws
i. the Scioto seeinlproper
passenger car on ; to the municipal authorities may '
country hate attended a meetlnfl I !I to Criminal Courts of Record shall apply
the any manufacturing enterprise that NOTICE
Traction road struck a northbound '
Valley ;to Courts of Record. Changes of venue
York to discuss the formation ; may locate within the said municipality,)
In this at be had from a Court of Record to another .
work car morning bat no such exemption shall be for may '
;_ of an organization. The planis Buckeye Park, in Fairfield county.Fifteen I II' i I 1 I longer period than fifteen years. [ Court of Record. or to the Circuit : -P\ In the Circvit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Circuit

harmony adopt uniform I [Court of another county for the same -S of Florida in and for Marion
: to promote less'j 1 COUal,.
etc. I.I' people wer more or 'causes and under'the laws providing for \,
fraudulent in Divorce.
I Chancery-
combat ARTICLE XXV. '
policies seriously Injured, and two fatally. changing the venue from the Circuit Court .
Another meeting win be held in Octc- I That the following amendment to theI of one county to the Circuit Court of an- { Janie Morgan. Plaintiff, vs. Walter Morgan,

I Constitution of the State of Florida band t'other,' county. The Governor may in his -. ( Defendant
: ber. Money Coming Secretly. I I a hereby agreed to and shall be sub''discretion order the Circuit Judge having F. Zelgler, the well kiowfl&pItS.lISt mitted to the electors of the State at': of ., IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
William Jackson Miss., Sept. ID,-Prlvata : ur1ad1ctlon of the Circuit Court any ... I herein named Walter Morgan be sod he is
and arctic explorer was the fftneral election in November. 1S04, for'county to bold a special term of a Court r ( hereby required to appear to the bill of com plaint
.. .
c' (
in runawayJeddent advices received from Chicago state ratifio&tion or rejection: 'lot Record of such county for the purpose in tail cause on or before -
;: seriously injured 6 that N. W. Harris & Co., the bond ; Section of article 16 shall De amended:'of trying cases in which the Judge of the
fonday.. the day of October A. D
last aXsht at his summer 10 as to read as follows: '!Court of Record shall be dlsQua.lU1ed. yrl: 19DI.

Conn. He tad syndicate have made arrangements See. L The Legislators shall provide to'Parties to any cause &t law In a court oi It is further ordered that a copy of this order

i tome Colleger's to transmit the money for the $500,000 the speedy publication and distribution o tall 'Record shall have the same right to trial E. Blum & Co., .517 and 519 W. be published once a week for eight coatecutire -

returned from New York and wasTf laws It may enact All decisions i>f ad referee as St. Jacksonville Fla weeks in the Ocala Banner.
: just issue purchased from the stats by Judge lltem. or by may Bay ,
bond DOS this the mh day of July A. D. tool.
behind a 6plrlted team the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial exist under this Constitution or the laws S. .
: e Mississippi value, and the decisions shall free for T.SISTIcVN.CierkCirculiCoiirt.
: of par be publication
al the gates lID references to cases in Circuit Courts orinay. .
t.SL ones money*is expected to reach the state by any person. But no Judgment of the I, if the Judge of the Court of Record EDWIS SPESCEB.

>tAte. Mr. Zelgler fell under afternoon. The I Supreme Court shall take effect until th*I be disqualified transfer the cause to the Complainant's SoIi tot. -u-i..
treasury Wednesday opinion of the court in such shall be
badly trAm1 led. HIS case I Circuit Court of the county la which such .
am and was method employed in sending the Bled with the Cleric of said court. I "
somewhatCAiecior : I Court of Record may be. .
f.ci1tIon today Is reported money Is not known the matter having 'I Section 22 of article S of the Constitution ADMINISTRATOR'S'NOTICE..

Oroved.J been kept a secret In order to ARTICLE XXVL let the State of Florida la hereby amended

of the ports at New York. I Section 1- of article S of-the Constitution 1'10 aa to read aaXoUows; IS GIVEN THAT ON THE

< has aacwmeed the avoid any possibility of robbery. of the State of Florida is hereby amended 1\I "Section & Courts of Record shall be NOTICE day of January. A. D. 1905. a*

t N Stranahan BO U to raid as follows: abolished by the Legislature only upon ap.UUon ISeedsMV the administrator with the will annexed of the
: rmtl seizure of four case* of **** Section 1. The Judicial power of thiBtaU of a. majority of the register estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep deceased. I will

found among a- eagflg&ge Awards Large Contract shall be Tested In a Supreme Court:",voters of thi county where aoch court is I t ), re-yIeIi worei -. present my petition and final report and aiketfto
te merchandise 29 The isthtnlancan.1 Circuit &." be discharged as such administrator to the
Washington Sept. Courts Courts of Record CounQCowU ,
reeentlyi.rbe ,
French etea *r ; Eon. Robt. Bullock county Judge for Marion
on a County Judge and Justiaes of the s- .avp4stmentc
awarded the W.
has E.
commission dardSZdi. county, Florida. ALLEN -
to the I S .j -
belonged Peace. .R'ICI.J a-
articles mostly Admr.with will annexed.
from Paris ani contract for furnishing cast iron pipe Section 8 of article ( of the acths8tatsotFiorida1her.byamenda That the toUowlna amdmsnS to M0l .: : JnIQStIIt1TCI iI d&SETS 1904.rJ June jrd.. 1904. 6 24Study -

l rH&makers i returning specials for the water supply 'o! d l tIn t. article ft, and section 34 article & /
In i value about 11X000. One and so as to read as follows: ;'and lbs repeal of section S of article S. of : :'
aggregate to San Franciso man Panama to the United States Cat Iron "See. & The Supreme Court shall hay I the Conatttutlon of the tate of Florida beaad ;. CO..
a .
\ tot. long1ng in boD'd of PIpe and Foundry company of New appellate Jurisdiction In all casea at law"! are hereby agreed to, aad ahaU be I letrolt. Yi.lcii. at Home'. ... =
which had bseen released calls for ] and in equity originating la Circuit Courts, nbffilttad to the electors of the State at z .ttsi .
ordered seized: after York. The contract 43,000 and of appeal from the Circuit Courts I a the general election to be bell In Novem- Lana u4 5

11,500, also was Investigated, As I toas of pipe at $2 .:O per,2,000 pounds cues artiing before County.Judges In mal 1 Ur A.,D. 1804. to wit: \UII-,\t bame With ot eaplormrtt the Tablet to slid kara Bookk, **$v.,A>*lBtAlccbn. -<

the case bad been Itn the castings at. ..2tdeUve'rytobe I ten pertaining to their probate Jurisdlstion -I Section I. uticie' I. of tha.Constitution FOLEY I10N 'L\.B .Ceomttry.CnaoBU.iUctodc. LmatvM.Uatcry.Pattict.LatiB.ctc. .
.n..1J1! eJi 1"f ..specialv and la the management of the estates I of tie State of Florida la hereby amended Te aldcdlopule'lU. -
10041. t. : Xa.- iCl1 O. L i siq Iii.
ttJ "a at Colon. ; ,.cI1U4'- 10O. ;c %
seized w sLe4: 0 :j,.cents pound, 9iLnfats. andjruasea oi conviction ol so.ftc.io read as. follows: "
will :
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The The Peoples'Populist Party Convention convention-----I Slf lIf} 11111tf} 11Hi1111111 }If}!X11111tH1111111fli1fl1f11Nt11111P1111} P1111f PNf 4N4f f 1f! NflHLIIVUIICAIA

called to meet in Ocala Tue day Sept.
! 27, was not very largely attended.
Fifteen or eighteen counties were
represented but mostly by proxies
placed in the hands of the chairman
:F and secretary.
After the convention was called to !
order the following resolution was
offered by delegate W. J. Folks, of
Marion county, and was unanimously -
'' adopted:
: "We the Peoples'Party of the state
of Florida in convention assembledat
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 27, 19W, hereby -

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Resolve, That- we endorse the .
: principles of democracy as set forth
by Thomas Jefferson and now advocated .
by Thomas E. Watson, of ii rll 1" .
Georgia, and Thomas H. Tibbles, of : r
i I
Nebraska. _
After the adoption ofthe resolutionthe -' ,' ,

nominated following, viz AT:electoral LARGE. ticket was i SOME HAVE ARRIVED!

A. P. Baskin. Marion county.

county.Daniel FIRST L. McKinnon DISTRICT., Jackson I OTHERS ARE COMINGI! a

Thomas R. Moore,. Hillsborough ,; .. .

county. .. .. ..., .
: SECOND DISTRICT.A. -"->" Hi'., -. ._: :.'."; H' 16.: }"':i.o.A ,
_;,. <......._ ,-._ -.- :I'I--.: <
.V. Putnam, Duval county. I
W. R. Shields, Calhoun county.

for The state following executive persons committeemen were named: E Our new goods are are arriving by every train and |

F. H. Lytle, Marion county; W. J.

J .Washington Borden This ended,Sumter county.the countyW.proceedings A.and Weeks the, IE must be opened and gotten ready for the inspectionof |j

convention sine die.

Emergency adjourned Mecidines our!? customers. Such a stock of Fancy Groceries 3

It is a great conveyance to have at SB
hand. reliable remedies for use in

cases ailments.of accident A and good for liniment slight injuriesand and as we arelnow receiving was never before seen in 2

one is fast becoming a favorite if nota
household neccessity is Chamber-

: lain's promptly Pain to Balm.a cut, bruise By applying or burn it it : Ocala. Everything new in the line of Groceries i
allays the pain and causes the injury
to heal in about one-thrid the time
i r nsully required, and as it is: an anti-
septic poisoning.it prevents: When any Pain danger Balm of is blood kept will bel found here within ten days. Of course. 1I

at hand a sprain may be treated be-
fore inflammation sets in, which insures -

All Druggist.a duick- -recovery.- For sale m by "QUALITY ALWAYS uOVERNS THE PRICE." =,

Among those registered at the
._ ,
Brown House is "Sunny Jim" (M. .;._ ,.':iii.-. ._ -\' ''- '_-,, .r"7; .. ......,.,..!lw.:o,.,' t
E.) Robinson, of Ocala, the clever
.lVelingSalesman: for Joseph Rosen-
hsim & Sons, shoes, Savannah, Ga.,
and one of the cleverest fellows who Lj GOODS.Tender .
Oime down "the Pike." Mr. RobinI I
son is not only clever in his manner,
z but is original also, and in the eventof
small tender small
a good breeze today has an attrac- asparagus]|tips, peas lima beans, evergreen -'

tion which will add greatly to the

gala children day program., Julian and Mr.s clever Robinsonand little F corn dry golden pumpkin 3/lb cans, dry marrow squash 3xlb cans,

Miss Rosebud, expect to arrive on plums, shredded pineapple 2/lb cans sliced lemon
the Ocala train, and will be the guestsOf greengage cling
Mrs. D. C. Warner, Odd Fellows
Home. Julian expects to remain all peaches, fine Bartlett pears fine table apricots. Royal. Anne white
season, as he will enter the East

and Florida will Seminary.no doubt make He is a a fine bright record lad cherries, fine hand packed tomatoes Boston baked beans

here.-Gainesville Sun. .. .

Beautiful Women.. F "It is Not What You Pay ,: : "
I'lump cheeks,flushed with the soft ; :,
glow of health and a pure complexion ,.,'. i-.j.. .

t k a makes meal small; it all(will dose women prevent of Herbine beautiful.consumption after Take each and L ... :.c... .. : It.What You.Get. ,. .-'.:. ,: '

help digest what 'ouhave eaten. 50c. (L LE
Mrs. Wm. M. Stout, Midlothian,
x s Texas, writes. May 31, 1901: "We These goods fill the bill They are as near the fresh article as it is
have u ed Herbine in our family for
eight and found it the best
tatiou medicine, bilious we ever fever used and for malaria.constipa-" possible to make them and the prices are within the reach of all

Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m
x I "I don't much like the outlook" There are lots of other brands at the same price, and even'less but
Said the oyster, kinder blue, .
"The scarcity of meat, I guess, '
Is bad for me and you, compare the quality; we ask comparison that's all.
Quite naturally it will increase
Demands for stew
And, instead of one portion, .
Why I guess they'll make it two." Yours for More Business .
-Sam Russ in Times-Union. ,
L Given Up To Die F 'vi ,
-,. B. Spiegel 1204 X. Virginia St.,
Evansville. Ind., writes; "For over .
five years I was troubled with kidney -, '- .
and bladder affections which caused
me much pain and worry. I had three
of the best physicians who did
me nq good and I. was practically'en THE -POT GROCERY -
\ up to die Foley's Kidney
'' Cure was recommended and the first
bottle gave me first relief, and after
.,, the second bottle I was entirely t
i ured. For sale by Post Officer

t r Drug Store

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