The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and bv the People.




""r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"rf'r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"" " "( " " " "III-' i I Reception for Miss Gary. Educational Sermon. Mrs. Badger Entertains Daughters.! I I I 1.
", F Miss Lula of Ocala Florida ] Rev. W. C. '
-OO --. I'! Gary, Lindsay, pastor of the The regular monthly meeting of ,

'who is visiting, Miss Joy Harper in Presbyterian church,preached a .r
-- --. I II i,| very the'Daughters was held Friday after-i I People !

% -== Pearl Tooth Wash. 3-I 1 I Rome, Ga., :was the attractive guestof able sermon Sunday morning on the noon, Mrs. Edward Badger being the M ,

-- --- honor at an afternoon reception subject of education. He took his hostess. Quite a number of ladies I

Thursday tendered by her hostess. text from Exodus n. 3: "Take this I f
Teeth were present and the meeting was avery
:: Cleanses the J
= The members of the New Centuryclub child away and train it for me." i profitable and pleasant one. Like to do business :.

were also honorees of the affair Dr. said that the I
Lindsay Presby- The regular business of the chapterwas
-- -- I
5 Purifies the Breath, which proved one of intense pleasure byterian church throughout the transacted and afterwards spec- where they are .

,' ,- I and characterized by the eleganceand United States and Canada had set ial committees to
were appointed cooperate -. '
-E Hardens the Gums. hospitality which ever distin- apart the first Sunday in October as with the confederate veterans wanted. Y

guishes the events enjoyed at the "Educational day" and in every to make arrangements for the
::: ::::
: : -I 4 --- Harper home. The decorations were Presbyterian pulpit in the country fourteenth annual reunion to be held I Give us your accou nt

I II unusually pretty. Doors, windowsand sermons are preached, the objects of in Ocala November 1-3. A reception
mantels were partially concealed which are to stimulate an interest in II I committee, a committee on and see how you are

E r; I FOR SALE ONLY BY 3- with( golden rod, while palms and the cause of education throughoutthe ments and several arrange-I I .

ferns studded the rooms, many of world. named. treated.
Il them towering majestically above the Many of the school officers 'and After these arrangements were all t

rr ----- bright colored bonnets adorning the teachers were present to hear Dr. completed, delicious ice cream and i -

heads of the guests.Progreasive Lindsay's discourse and all were very cake were served by Mrs. Badger, MUNROE & GHAMBLISS,
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. letters was played, and much pleased with it. assisted by Mrs. Otis Green,and Mrs. \ Bankers.

was the source of much merriment. The object of his text was to show
E. M. Howard.
== Prescriptions receive careful attention, ,
-- -- Mrs. John McClure received the prize, the value of early training. Moses, While the guests were being served OCALA, FLORIDA.

!11jl1jl'jl1jl'jl'jl1jl1jl'l11ll'jl'' 'l 'I 11jiljl1jl1jl11'l11l11jl1l11l11l11' a growing fern, which she gracefully as illustrated in the text, was givenin graphophone music was rendered and .--

._ --- presented to Miss Gary. his infancy to a Jewess, who greatly enjoyed by the guests. GOODBYE TO SUMMERTIME

; The score cards were most artistic, proved to be his mother,to be taughtand I

II being bright colored autumn leaves. although his after life was spentin Bought a New Engine. Goodbye to the mosquito

1 David S. Woodrow Following the games refreshments of the palace of the king and he was Mr. George R. McKean's lumber Goodbye little pesky gnat-

cake and cream were served. The surrounded with all the luxury of and wood business in the fourth wardis Goodbye old watermelon.
Farewell my old straw hat.
PHOSPHATE LANDS. burnt orange was attractively dis- royalty, he did not forget his early already beginning to assume large

ft played in these dainty little flowerpots training and his heart yearned towards proportions. A 12-horse power gas Goodbye to the summer girl
" ,. With frills and fads and fancies
holding the cream from which a the children of Israel, who engine has been installed in the wood
cut dresses and drop-btitch hose!
sprig of fern protruded. Each guestas were in captivity and he was finally yard, and in a few days will be readyto That throw the boys intrances.

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or they departed bore away with selected to lead them out of captivity' furnish Ocalians with all kinds of
Goodbye "Good Old Summer Time."
; lease on royalty communicate with him. them these flower pots filled with and into the promised land. wood. The engine is the product of And its plessure we have known-

golden rod and ferns. Both Miss In the course of Dr. Lindsay's re- the Blakeslee Company, of Birmingham Bring in the Georgia possum

Harper and :Miss Gary wore pretty marks he compared the value of the Ala., represented in Florida by Caught by the light harvest moon.

reception toilettes of white. Amongthe work'of Robert Rakes, John Pound )Jr. J. P. Campbell'of this city. Each season has its blessings.
Office next to Dr.Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. I
guests were Misses Gary, Whit- and Dr. Parker,.of New Hampshire, By the way, it may be well to There are good times for us all-

tier, of LaGrange Elizabeth Simpson -I who had done so much to stimulate mention here that Mr. Campbell is We dream of winter and Christmas
While we frolic in the fall.
r Rose Gammon, Gussie Ross, education and the result of whose breaking the record this year it put- .

USA ILISABSTH HABSIS. Local Editor The young son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Julia Dean, Ava Printup, Grace work has culminated in the great ting in this popular gas engine. He Mrs. R. L. Anderson Mrs. William

W. Troxler who has been very ill for Harper, Annie Hamilton, Lula Ross, public school system and the Sunday is a hustler and firmly believes in the Hocker, Misses Mary Anderson,

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. some days, is we are glad to learn, Mamie Rece, Lucile Gammon, Mesdames -. schools in this and other countries, use of printer's ink. Esther Weathers, Sara and Violet

very much better. T. 0. Hand Mortimer Griffin, to the work of destruction of the --- Harris and Dr.V..' II. Powers com-

i Littell Funkhouser, John Harvey, Caesars and Napoleans, whose Band of Mercy. posed a pleasant party who drove
i Mre. Edw. Holder, of Dunnellon, I Mrs. J. M. Barco went out to Cot-
Elmer Grant, Will Wright, Ed Hume, achievements were done at the sacrifice The following is the first annual out to Cornell yesterday and spent avery
in the city on a visit. ton Plant Wednesday to spend sev-
McClure statement of the moneys paid out by delightful afternoon with Mr.
John Charley Harper.- of lives and the tears of mothersand I
eral weeks with her son and daughter-
Ms. Charles H. Lloyd, of Holder.. Rome cor. Atlanta Journal. widows weeping for their dead. the secretary of the Ocala Band of and Mrs. E C. Welsh
in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Newcomb Barco.
r spent Tuesday in Ocala. I, -,-- -- Mercy. : 0. W. Reagan, of Ocala the effi'
For Football Practice. Another New Enterprise for Ocala Stationary' . . ... . 1.70
Mrs. L. W. and Miss Addie cient and clever of the
Mrs W. F. Lowry, of. Homosassa, Bulkley From Thursday's Daily. "The Elk" is the name of the new Stamps . . . .......... 2.25 rt presentative
visitor to Ocala Tues- Webster, of Belleview, were among Asher Frank, who is nothing if not be Silver Badges . . . .'. 4.SO Hoopes Bros. & Darlington Company,
was a pleasant I restaurant which will opened
the visitors in the city Wednesdayand enthusiastic is anxious for a football Membership Cards. ... 1.50 hard wood manufacturers, was at the

day. paid the Banner office a pleasantcall. practice, and wants a large crowd to ready for business next Monday, the Ribbon and Pins ................... 2.50 Brown House yesterday. He was en

Mr. S. 11. Gaitskill, of :McIntosh, witness it. The practice will take 17th, in the building opposite the At- Books for Prizes ..... i . 1.50 route home from Hague, where he

Ocala Tuesday going lantic Coast Line passenger depot. Post Cards . ..,. . 75
passed through had been on business for his firm.
the South Third street base
Dr. S. H. Blitch left Wednesdayfor place on .. The building has been thoroughly "Our Dumb Animals" and other
A south. to Quincy Ill., to attend the national ball diamond this afternoon. overhauled from top. to bottom. The 1 Literature ..j... . . 3.20E. Gainesville Sun.

The Ocala Rifles are preparing convention of the stale prison physicians -i The following named persons will dining room floor has been nicely I TATHUM, I After a brief professional vitlt to
give an up-to-date minstrel an and surgeons. lie will also participate in the practice, viz: oiled and the walls repapered, and Secretary.For I this city;Hon. R. A. Burford of

early date. visit the World's fair. Asher Frank,_ Mannie Martin, Na- A Ocala, returned to his .home yester
< presents an inviting appearance.
Norsworthy, of -- than Peyser, Simeon Lummus, J. II. Sale. day. He report the Brick City In
T.: J. for lunches
Mre. lunch counter
Mr. and serving quick -
Mrs. Gill Williams and little
daughter -
of the Monte- Spencer, Anthony Finzel, Jim Cas- Five and one half acre orange excellent condition, commerciallyand
guests will also be .
are opened.Mr.
of River who have been
Crystal lisle, jr., Sanford Jewett, J. D. Wil- grove located in Candler, Marion otherwise.-Gainesville Sun.
zuma. short whiie in Ocala with :: M. H. :Neuberger, the popular .
spending a
liams, James Farris.lWatterson Tucker salesman is of county, one half block from depot, This week is being observed a. a
Herrick and Mrs. G. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hyman returned traveling proprietor one half block from postoffice. 228
E. Hubert
Mrs. C. Max Newberger, Bitting.The
week of prayer by the ladtat of the :
"The Elk" and he promises to makeit
Wed- fruit bearing trees 5
River,spent home Tuesday aftemoon.Mr. orange ; good
Watson, of Crystal Officers of the football association -
one of the best and most up-to-date room cottage and stable. This will Methodist church. A prayer and

nesday visiting in Ocala. Alfred Ayer and son, Carlos, I are the following named gentlemen places in Florida. He has engaged bear investigation. A a snap at this song service is held each afternoon

Miss Annie DeLong returned to returned home Tuesday morningfrom : the services of ah experienced price, ($1045)). Ten hundred and for- at 3;:30 o'clock at the church. The

Candler Tuesday afternoon after a Alberquerque, New Mexico, President, H. A. Ford from Savannah, and will be ready to to-fiveilollars, terms to suit. Address, ladies are all cordially invitttl to Attend
where they have been for about six Secretary, A. Finzel. the meetings.
with friends. the above
public as
short visit here serve hungry 10-7-4t 4045th A ve\IcKeesportPa.
Treasurer, Capt. G. A. Nash.
I I weeks. stated, Monday.The I After an absent of wvtral w rkn,
W. M. Ross went down to Coacher, Rev. L. B.,Warren. .
Mrs. I i I J. E. Stevens, formerly of Ocala, only regular meal that will be A Correction. during which Um be has been running

Dunnellon Tuesday afternoon for a has opened up a large stock of groceries Manager, Asher Frauk. served at present will be dinner. Ex- To the Editor of the Ocala Banner between Ocala and Hocnoa *A,

short visit with friends.Mr. Letters of acceptance from all the Berlin. Fla.. October 10. W4.
in the building owned by Mrs. cept during dinner hours only a la Conductor Cha H. Carter, of the
officers named have not yet been received Editor Banner I notice in
T. H. Johnson went down to Walker. ,Mr. Stevens and wife will carte orders will be served.A : the columns Atlantic Coast Line, arrived In the
and the above list may be sub- of your paper the announcement
.. Tuesday afternoon to spenda make this their home.McIntosh city yesterday lie expeeta to resume
Lakeland ject to changes. Prominent Trainman of my marriage and as it Is untrue I
few days at his orange grove. cor Times-Union. desire you to make a correction of the his run between JlftrIa Spring
The friends of G. II. Hassen,
Cause of Lockjaw. many same. It. is not only embarrassing to Citra and MIeanopy today, relieving .
i. Dr R. D. Sistrunk arrived in the engineer L. E. & W. Railway, at
A. Fulton, one of Hernan- Lockjaw, or tetanus.is caused by a the young lady but to myself aa welL conductor Peake.-Gaiaegvflta SUn "
Mr. will be
Lima 0.
present living in ,
city Wednesday and will make this bacillus which exists -----
or plenti-
citizens, germ It was no doubt a joke gotten up by
do county's most prominent pleased to know of his recovery from Broke lute His Hovt
hotel. his future home. Dr. Sistrunk has fully in street dirt. It is inactive so my friends but one which I thing has
is registered at the Montezuma been practicing his profession atDadecity long as exposed to the air, but wh'en threatened kidney disease. He says: gone too far. Please make the proper S. LeQuinn of CavndiJi, Vt, was
"I was cured by using Foleys Kidney robbed of his health
carried beneath the skin as in the customary by
been corrections In daily and weekly .
Mr. E H. Marsh, who has for several years and he wound caused by percussioncaps Cure which I recommend to all, especially paper.and Invasion of chronic mUpalkm.
oblige. Ernest C. Rawls.
sick for}everal days past, has goneto will be a pleasant acquisition to or by rusty nails, and when the | to trainmen, who are simi When Dr. King' New Life Pill*broke

Fairfield to spend a few days with Ocala. air is excluded the germ is roused to larly afflicted." Postoffice Drug into his house hi. trouble was arrested -
Mothers of Like
Many a Opinion.
activity and produces the most viru Store. m and now he's entirely cured

friends. Mr. Frank Harris went up to Lake lent poison known. These germs may Prominent Visitors. Mrs. Palmer, of Cordova, Iowa, They're guaranteed to cure, 35c. at

Mr. John Dozier has returned from City Tuesday to attend a meeting of be destroyed and all danger of lock- says: "One of my children was sub Tydings & Co'.. m
General of
Columbia, S. C., and was accompanied the board of trustees of the Univer- jaw avoided by applying Chamber ject to croup of a severe type, and
the Florida division (Confederate Monday was a gala day at than SU
his daughter-in-law, Mrs. sity of Florida and also to visit his lain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the the giving of Chamberlain's Cough
by injury is received. Pain Balm is an Veterans, has extended an invitationi Remedy promptly, always brought Louis exposition for Ocala people.
son, Frank Harris, jr., who is
,.. Harry Dozier. young antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises i to a number of distinguished veteransto relief. Many mothers in this neighborhood Ocalians registering at the Times-UnIon
Starke is in a student at the'university.Mrs. and like injuries to heal without mat- think the same as I do about" I, exhibit that
Miss'OUie Weeks, of be present at there-union In Ocala on day were Mr. and
r uration and in third the time this remedy and want no other kind
several weeks Maurice Strauss and required Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mln Mabel
and will spend baby the first of November. "
Ocala by the usual treatment. It is for their.children. For sale by all
here as the guest of Miss Johnnie daughter, and Mr. Strauss mother, for sale by all druggists. m Among those who have already accepted druggists. m Bittinger, )Ir. and Mrs. Jake Drown

who have been spending the summer I the invitation are General and children, Mrs. Clara Burnilde,
Liddon. __ Notice.A The reading club meeting with Mrs.
Leavengood, business in Cincinnati,returned home Wednes- George P. Harrison, commanding the Mr. and Jf n. W. W. Condon and
: :Mr. P. V. regular communication of Friend-I G. S. Scott was a very pleasant one.
Ocala Banner, re- day. Mr. Strauss went up to Jackson- Alabama division, and General and Miss Gertrude Perada.
manager of the ship Lodge No. 53, will be held at its'1 Besides current events the program
visit to ville and accompanied them home. Mickle, chief of staff to General
turned home from a Masonic hall, Cotton Plant, Friday, included a sketch of Otto von Bis Nave Cons to Otrmtuf.
.. I Stephen D. Lee, general commander
Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E.P. Thagard, who went to Oct. 21st, 6 p. m. Work in several mark, read by Miss Garnsby and an Mr. and Mrs Clifton Camp who
of the entire organization of the Confederate -
If troubled with a weak digestion Reddick several days ago, when degrees Prominent Masons from Veterans. article on German education, read by have been In Washington and New

Chamberlain's Stomach and alighting from the train, fell and in- Ocala will assist and a bountiful re- i Miss Weathers. Both were very York since their marriage In this city
Liver Tablets They will do m you jured herself quite severely and is past, including oysters, will be spread.H. I' Miss Caro Liddon is now a studentat much enjoyed by the club members, Wednesday nigntOct. 9, and who>> intended

e good. For sale by all druggists still not able to return home.' Since W. LONG, C. Y. M>zi.RR.; the East Florida Seminary 'at nearly all of whom were present. going to California, changed

left ,Tuesday forLeldngtopKy.twherflr6he Mrs.. Thagard left home two of her Secretary. W. M. II f Gainesville. She will make'her home Miss Sara McCreery wu receivedinto their plans and sailed from New York

Was 101& Liddon will join little girls a.ve been taken quite sick. I I with Mrs. A. G. Parker, formerly of the club at this meeting. Next Tuesday pn the Kaiser WOlxelmder

of''friends and.proceed to the We sincerely hope that they will all FOLmIlONEY.w TAR this citr, and will study music with Tuesday afternoon the club will meet Gross for Bremen Germany, where

a party soon be entirely recovered. .to**;tb.cov tffc tad&.*!.ltaaatrh her. I with Mrs. C. C. Todd. they will spend several month
World's fair at St. Louis.

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/ FAIR / BELLEVIEW.To tile business at Eureka is doing avery J'j
rushing business, and things 4 8 !tBEBBEBB EJ Eab.c.Q'Q.. i

the Editor of the Ocala Banner:
Then see the Queen's Jubilee Presents generally in Eureka and vicinity are
The People's union of the
Nothing the Queen Could Use, Young prospering and the outlook bright

I Not Even a Pair\ of Slippers. Baptist ice church cream sale gave in an the entertainmentand town hall and encouraging. .. "
t -
r Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. Friday evening. The Rev. L. B. A Letter From Mr. LongTo f0o rye House flat Tieals You igft1 I

St. Louis,'October 9, 19M. Warren, of Ocala, was booked for a the Editor of the Ocala Banner.

"The poor, dear old queen! Five lecture, but was obliged to merely In your issue of Oct. 9, appears a .

million dollars' worth of presents and make a few remarks. Mr.. Warren letter over the signature of W. W. .

not a thing she could use. Not evena with Clyatt, written in dignified terms
brought him a bevy of bright

tlm 1tl sofa pillow to lay her head on; not young Ocala girls consisting of the and, seemingly, on business princi- j UAS NOW ON DISPLAY a most ex" 4

even a pair of comfortable carpet Misses Marguerite Porter, Luclle ples. His statements and conclusions jM

t slippers for her tired feet." Standley, Beulah Hall, Ida McDou- being based upon a partial investigation 1 1

This was my campanion's comment gal and Alta Pierson. The party returned of the facts in the premises, cellent and varied stock of Dry" .

Ite after looking over Queen Victoria's to Ocala on the midnighttrain. which if true would be a refutation of 1M

jubilee presents, which are displayedin The Rev. Mr. Dunklin of Ox- a statement made by the assessor as

a 25 large glass cases on the upper ford, was'also in attendance. The to an increase approximately of m 1 Goods We have endeavored this year

a floor of the Hall of Congress. She evening's entertainment consisted ofa 100,000 in the valu ation.of. the property ,

IILb ... doubtless expected to see an array of solo and recitation by Miss Bessie of Marion county, less Ocala, for

sugar spoons, salad forks, clocks, Shedd; solo by Miss Edna Nichols the year 1904, and as the assessor had o m to eclipse all other and if you will Q QQ

Il card trays, linen napkins and other and phonograph selections by Mr. in his possession all the facts in the years, ,

! useful things such as are commonly Riley McClendon.Mrs. premises when said statement was

t 4 bestowed upon the brides of our com- Chas. Brown and fivelchildren made, it is due him that public senti- certain that will m
investigate we are you 4 4be
munity. John thought they "might arrived'Friday afternoon from;;l\Ior- ment be suspended until he can be Q

i have given her a manicure set or gan, Mich., to join Mr. Brown, whois heard from as to his statement.If I

autograph album just, to make her manager of the Hall & Thaggardsaw it be true that timbered lands in I M convinced of the truth of this statement.

,, think of old times." mill. the vicinity of Martel have been sold

5e But here are over four hundred Mr. Fred Brooks, representative of at $10 per acre they were sold under M '

: presents, mostly from the queen's The National Wire Co., spent a few peculiar circumstances, and such
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subjects in her colonies and not one hours in town Friday renewing old sale does not represent the usual Ii

ht of them of Mr. Brooks is selling price.
i. any use except a sumptuous acquaintances. -

into carved ivory chair the gift of the one of the pioneers of Belleview. Respectfully,

o .'. Maharajah of Travancore. This Cecil Mooney, second son of Mrs. H. W. LONG, I IA oq

chair is valued at 250,000 and yet I Williams, had the misfortune to run Stock Collars- ap .
Compliment to Dr. Sledd .
s6 doubt if the nail almost his foot
queen ever sat in it. The a through on
The of this :
people community, as
t other presents consist largely of the 6th inst. and is still unable to use >.- ,: ,,:
well as the whole state of Florida, ffl
e silver and sandalwood caskets, richly it. This is the third person to meet I
.. point with pride to Dr. Sledd, president i
jr. carved ana many of tnem imam with with similar accidents within a I Spangled Collars'
LIre ... u 'of the "New University of FIorI
r ivory. Many of them are cylindrical I month, Mrs. Bulkley and Piss Alice I m
r ida." Able and.forceful, under his
In shape doubtless; containing scrolls' Polly being the other victims. a
splendid management the enrollment
3a of parchment upon which the queen's Mrs. Helen Noutrey returned Sat-

leze : .' subjects wrote their felicitations and ,! urday from a business trip, covering steadily increases. There are now and berthas. CJ
more than three hundred students '
good wishes. A particularly costly i several weeks, in the interests of a
idiao enrolled and after the Christmas hol- m
and'beautiful casket came from the Walter E. Dewey & Co., of Phila- .
idays the enrollment will, no doubt,
lid Sardar Edadji Khurshedji Kotti and delphia.

3 the Parsi Community of fSurat. Ones Dr. and Mrs Alfred Abshire arrived reach four hundred or more. Thereis w B a d : B It"Q :
l a different atmosphere at the uni ",71 yaps : 0
naturally wonders why the Sardar Sunday for a short stay with versity. It is clean, pure and whole- "
and the Parsi didn't their daughter, Mrs. Alvan Lucius. .. .
Community send
. ,a some, and under the guidance of the .
an automobile coat or'a necklace of The first of our winter cottagers to I 09
a, I distingdished president and the influence 0
pearls or something real swell. come are Mr. and Mrs. James W. r "
eo of his noble, Christian character -

.y There are caskets galore from Al Hilton, who arrived, Sunday night I the university has come to be a The "Lacoming Walking l Shirt Pa!
from N. Y., and (
lh' lahabad, the Dewan of Palanpur [Assam Brooklyn are delighted great upbuilder of the youth of our ,

eU the Maharaja of Orcha, the to find it so summery after a southern and.-Lake City cOI3'es. in

irisof Rajah of Bobbili in Vizagapatam, rather cool season in the north. Jacksonville Metropolis.WHITE Q m

Madras, and a whole lot of Indian Mrs. Mary Fogg left Monday for ------- -- ---- The "Sorosis
[ Underskirt t
f. rajas and princes. There are also Greer, where she'is the guest of her ROUSTABOUTS. w wffi :
Iii royal saddles and elephant tusks. ,niece, Mrs Bruce.
Steamboatmen Doing with Negro
da The Indian rajas and princes meant The hot weather holds on as if de Labor. .1 'tg

well but some one should have passedthe termined to spend the winter withus New Orleans, Oct. 13. Atru: 60 4 ..

'ailql word around not to make any ,and we, who have had seven white men big brawny fellows, who "Buster Brown"and "Buster i !
had been brought from
western cities 0i 0iDa
rIy more caskets or music cases. The months of it wonder if it will never .
;: went to work at the steamboat landing
ted two swarthy British officers who are be cool again. today as roustabouts.For O ,

JII :., guarding these presents are the biggest Mrs. True Whittier. is spending a years the Steamboatmen hard i

ich.ttiI. :. men I have seen at the Expo- few days in Ocala, the guest of Mrs. suffered from the strikes of negro Browns Sisters 0Something
roustabouts who have been in the hab.It Stockings
sition. The Patagonian giants are Tom Hall. JOSH.
t of waiting until a steamboat was ,
da small beside them. I asked one of
:" Mr Holliday Reports News of Eureka. loaded and! ready to leave and then
iD, them what the jubilee presents were refusing to ship unless their: wages r1 '
Mr. R. W. Holliday, the well-known
,}ftaU valued at. He said that no one had were raised. Sometimes they have for the Youngsters
deputy sheriff and deputy war- m.
undertaken to estimate the value and game demanded as high as $150 a month.
. den of the Eureka district, was a wel- The steamboat interests recently decided y
f that they were not insured. I also 4.
come visitor to our sanctum Monday.In to try the experiment of dotes !
. th learned that the presents shown are away with negro !a'-or anC hiring whlta
only a tenth part ,of what the speaking of occurrences in his men to do the work. They sent airay The
queen section he informed that the Wilson "Lilly"w\ Cloth
us \
inmu received, and that their value had for new labor and the 'Erst contingent Rouqce.
Cypress Company is in earnest of arrivals! went to work t-dsy. A b'
tarua estimated by American silversmiths I
about building a railroad from Silver small crowd of negroes appeared on
at five million dollars.
the levee but ro attempt to molest
den Springs to Johnston station, six miles

John's step was elastic: and his face beyond Orange Springs on the A. C. the strarg late 'rs*een wes tpifi mads.to FT!Precautions police Crepe de Paris Eoline n
lighted up with pleasant expectation and Venetian
L. railway. He says the railway will to the front in the event that aajviolence Wool
as we climbed the hill to '
'ole Japanese pass through a magnificent section of is attempted.
the : pavilions and pagodas. John swears country. That for miles it '
thirty-six -
ug t by the little Jap. He wants to "ITALIAN DAY" AT FAIR. Dress Goods
see will traverse a section of good round ,

..ltaah Ion '':: everything he does and everything pine timber country and also a tine Commemorative of Anniversary of the Ij .
: he makes and I must
-lIltrea .' say these little vegetable section. That the land is Landing jf Columbus*. fflffi

"Yankees of the East" are by far almost a duplication ol the Hastingsland St. Louis, Oct. 13.-Commemorativijf Mercerized

1. ", the most interesting people at the the four hundred and twelfth anniversary Shephard Plaids
'* which is selling for such fabu- and Mercerized
ndtI Exposition. It is hard to think of the landing of Columbus /
, H ... lous prices. on the island of San Salvador, exer J
Fol .' teem eneilmg Fort Arthur and pound Besides being deputy sheriff and rises were held at the world's fair to i\f \

don -. ing the Czar's army of its boots, so J deputy game warden, Mr. Holliday day in honor of "Italian day. J, Suitings, '

Ito gentle, unobstrusive and mild-man is also I' :Many prominent Italians were herS :5 :
registration officer for his section :
nered are they. Not content with from all parts of the United States I
.4. D DOQ
rea Monday turned over his
and they were assisted In celebrating
occupying a large ,
portion of each ex-
books to the registration officer.. They the day by the Italian societies of St -
palace with the b
Saver products of show an increase of 12 voters. Louis, the Italian ambassador at

their skill and industry they have Mr. Holliday reports that Mr. Fred Washington and officials of the flat I =
thrown in this exhibit on the hill for Ian government A parade, the pre -
votyc Mann is seriously sick with typhoid :
good measure. Passing eentatioa of a handsome Italian flag "
through the
i pneumonia and is being treated by to the city of St. Louis by Ambassador
:alnfly' great carved wooden gates we sat I Dr. E. G. Lindner, of Anthony, and Baron Mayor Des Planches, &a3 a processIon I, We have not the .
down in a tea, space to ten
house ,to rest Dr. G. B. Parramore, of Eureka. Dr. of gondolas through the grand you of W
and to drink some Formosa tea basin and lagoons were features of J .'
, served W V.
the Newsom went down
1 s3Jl by the little Japanese maidens as consulting physician.Mrs. Monday the celebration. O all our good things but y.! .
who, next
Mary says, "are just too cute Emma T. Halford is teachingthe Crushed Between Cars. \I week we a
for .
was anything. T. A. D. Eureka school and Mr. -Holliday St. Louis, Oct. 13.-A man suppose! .

r I from papers found in his pockets tohave 05J will try again.I ', ., '
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{N. A Love Letter. says giving very excellent-sat .- .
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Would been Leo Noland, of New Orleans fJJi
dub not interest you if you'relooting isfaction.
was instantly-killed today wh >
for a guaranteed salve for Mr. W. H. Harrison has been quiteill in 15 minutes after he left the trail .

l.. sores(1'//' ,'burns'" or pyles. Otto Dodd, recently and is now at Citra and at the union station. In attempting : '
'res.at of Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered will make that place his future home. to cross the street in front of the station I A3
. with an ugly sore for a year, but a Mr. P. U. Milligan is suffering from he was caught between two streetcars i;

ld c box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured heart trouble and is being attendedby and crushed. I ::g K. B. a

me. Its the best salve on earth. 25c. Dr. E. G. Linder.Mr. Bryan Speaks In Indiana. Ii'', FASTERS

.M ayd1 igs.& Co. drug store. m Holliday says that Mr. E. T. Terre Taute, Oct. 13.-W. J. Bryan "-

-ertnne' 1J ,, ..j I."',"... Gale has left the county for good. accompanied by W. H. O'Brien, chairman I UJ
.3_;+fiNauaG :;r.'J.Stovall, edior.of Mr. Hull Atwater of the Democratic state commit # '
t theTam is,manager of the tee, party leaders of the fifth district OCALA
i rrrJ tmts etas a Wilson Cypress V UJ
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Company that section many newspaper men left herd today E
riD '. rll :, iei4u! article to ,the I and is the right man in the right on a special train for an eight- 4
,,. ne 91o! !h Iabo B;!11Yorld's Fair place.. day speaking: tour of Indiana during m

af }its a rfftj M-j{ 041 t t The Welhorner-Sheronse which Mr. Bryan is scheduled to make E I i' a m W
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Mrs. Carter, of Homosassa, wife. of Six prisoners were brought to Ocala I -GO TO-

: conductor Carter, of' the Ocala and Saturday noon from Lake county.

I Homosassa\ run, was shopping in ; Among the number was one Stafford, THE FAR

Lt I Ocala Saturday.Mr. one of the safe blowers. They were .

I I taken to Holder on the afternoon
Home Made j: .Will Neilson and family are ; train to work in the Buttgenbach FOR- '

jI I;l Wautula moving into street the, which Massey has cottage been occupied on-!i phosphate mines. i ST PLE GROCERIES I f li 5!

by Mr.Will Hogan and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis and .Mrs.

T Have your cake, muffins, and tea biscuit The latter are moving into one ofMr. ; Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield, )lr. White House, Seal Brand, Java& Mocha Coffee in Cans.

H. C.'Jones' cottages on South A. P. Schlemer and Miss Lillie i
21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.
home-made. They will be fresher Fourth i
7 street. Schlemer, of Cedar Key, all well
known in this city, registered at the
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. Mr. Simon Benjamin, of Jacksonville Times-Union's exhibit, Horticultural We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens,

president of the Florida Ice & and All Kinds of Produce.
Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife !I, Packing. Company this city, ar- Building, St. Louis on Wedn sday, Eggs, Country
Y Oct. 5.
I rived. in Ocala Sunday and will spend B. L. HALL Prop.
home and
to produce at quickly economically I i i several days here looking after the Mr. Lawrence Ballard, who recently ,

purchased the Ocala Pressing West Side Public Square. Oc: a. Flan
fine and cake the raised business.
tasty I I ._ ._ ___ Club requests us to announce that I ..!

'' hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer- I I Messrs Sistrunk and Wiggins the i I II he is now prepared to do any amountof
former of Ocala and the latter of
:I work on short notice, and that he
cake cookies crullers and I Green Cove Spring, are record breakers :
crisp crusts makes a specialty of pressing and j r I
1 on ti3hin One day this week THE CITY OF OCALAIS

., muffins, with which the ready-made food they caught an immense number off cleaning ladies' skirts. He caters to j
the white trade only and guarantees j
Potter's pier.-The Seabreeze.Mr. OFFERING FOR SALE -
found at the bake-shop or grocery does I every i>"iece.-- ;.

I E. C. Smith and children returned .
not compare. home Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Homer T. Welch spent Sunday j $45,000 20 YEAH 5% BONDS.
in Ocala and while here was the

Royal is the.greatest of bake-day helps.ROYAL Smith went about three weeks guest of his brother-in-law, Mr. Geo. !i i i

to visit his old home in Illinois
ago These Bonds have over $2,000,000 of
I R. McKean. and to return home with his children,
BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. I i charge of the Express Company at : Security behind them and offertjreat mOppul'tunity
who have been there with relativesduring Ito
I I Orlando bat has just been transferred
the summer. fo? safe investment.
Gainesville and left for that place i
All fame betaketh sudden wing, Dr. Hy Robinson, of Jacksonville, For information apply to 33Exquisite
It fadeth soon or late- is in the city looking after business Mr. and Mrs.Charles V. Miller, who Monday to assume charge of his new i

How pitiful, forlorn a thing, interests. While in Ocala he will be have spent the past month most delightfully duties. j:

A beaten candidate. in New York, arrived in Mrs. S. L. Patterson and little ;I
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. HERBERT 0. FORD
Chronicle. ,
i -Chicago H. Marsh.1 Jacksonville Friday morning on the daughter, who have been spending I

Ab, sad indeed his dreary fate Comanche, spending the day in that several weeks in Ocala, with the for- Secy. Board of Bond Trustees.
J Who finds himself rejected, II
Mrs. Mahoney, who arrived in city and arriving home Saturday.Dr. mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
But pity too the candidate -. '-- --- -. .. -' "
, Who's finally elected. Ocala several days ago from Nebraska -- Barco, left Friday for their home atIiami. ..' : --.._.-... ._-__- i i'oi'i"- -- __. '
R. D. Sistrunk, a popular young
Minneapolis Times. is, we regret to learn, quite :\ Sam Barco, Mrs. Patterson's U"I
physician of Dade City, we learn, .
----- seriously sick at the home of her brother, accompanied them and will

USA SLIZASSTH RA nIS, Local Sditcr daughter, Mrs: S. A. Rawls. expects the to come first,to and Ocala will about begin November the attend school in that city this winter. Charming!! Stunning!'!!'

t )(r. B. S. Weathers. who has beenin practice of his profession in this We understand that Mr. J. W. Deny 3l

h HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Ocala for the past week quite sick I i city. Dr. Sistrunk is a native of ) who has been in Ocala for sometime I I These are some of the ex, J'j 5> ..

has'entirely recoveredand Fellowship, in this county, and is ; past with the Marion Hardware (
with fever,
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\ Jackson to be \heard when the ladiet \ ;k .t' t
Rev. W. M. of I I
: returned to his work at Floral well known here. Company, expects soon to return to _
ville, was in Ocala Friday. .--- I. -.i; the aggregation of up-to-nov. 1"\';'S,
afternoon.Mrs. his former home Gainesville, i
City Sunday Mrs. )[. A. Norwood, of Ocala,who !
j Mr. H. M. Mathes, of this city, is where he has been offered an excellent 'dt RIBBONS AND TRIMMIKCM n..\\
W. A. Goin went down to was called to the death bed of Mr 1 .. ,

.,. registered at the St. Louis fair. Homosassa Friday to join her .hirs- I James McLean, of Jensen, stopped I II position. Mr. and Mrs. Denby I -. -- : -' being shown here. The 1.1 h.l1. of
I will be greatly missed by their many
5 ., Mr. Harry Palmer has gone to band, who is now the manager for the I in lltusville yesterday.to look after Ocala friends.Mr. Fashion has scattered rays o r..f; <.!<'

her interests here.. She left ___ ___ I
t f Dunedin to visit relatives for several mercantile establishment of Mr. J. J. property I ...'
f into nook ;
inspiration l".r-
r weeks. WilliamS at that place. on the afternoon train for her home. B. W. Blount has recently pur- : 1! every

h t Titusville Advocate.Mrs. chased a very handsome span "of 11' I I, net. of this estabishment. \ .-- '- t1completely
The board.of county commissioners i
I I )Mahoney ', one of the partnersof i horses and a fine carriage. It is one : .
of revising Polk describe some f :tcbe!
met Monday for the purpose I Trusten Drake, formerly i .
the Helvensten-Blitch-Pasteur of the handsomest turnouts in the 1 !
: I the registration books. Miss Alice Hocker, and little son, of i hats have not been
yet o/"inp(1.
i ... Company, has arrived in Ocala and ; city. In the number and style of her i iJ pretty
and Mrs. C. P. Lovell and i
! A Mr, H. G. Eagleton returned to will make this his future home. I Ilr. j I equipages very few towns in Floridacan I ',-,,, so drop in and SEE them "i-or I satisfaction
children, of Jacksonville,were among I
I the on the Commanche, my pleasure.
ing ten days in Ocala on business. new establishment.Mr. passengers are'multiplying. She now has :, I I
-. -- which arrived in Jacksonville Friday. :
an even dozen. I MillinerMRS.
FOE SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle Isaac Colborn, Michigan They had been spending the summerin ____ I! I Ii

three Colts, two Mares, household. City, Ind., is a prominent visitor to I the north. Mr. George Huxley, of New York, : BOSTICKHY I
furniture. J. S. Ocala. \1r..Colborn is a brother cft arrived in Ocala Saturday, and will -
8-:61m Irvine Florida. Mrs. Frances Howse, who with her .,.. .
____ __- .-. w. .
le late A. R. Colborn and is here make his home here. lIe will be connected u -
returned daughter,Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall, S. H bUTCH .11' ,. .
W. Little interest and ROBINSON President
Rev. Henry ooking after his brother's with the wholesale retail -

home Saturday afternoon from a in the lumber mill at Silver Springs.Mr. ; has been spending the past two dry goods department of the H. : Commercial lank of Ocaa

t- and .___. ___ ___' i iI months at Hot Springs, Ark., returned -
: week's visit at High Springs Masters store. Mr.Huxley has for ; SSAIH or COUMSSSIAL BASS! c? JAXSO ;VIt.E. -
and Mrs. Charles V. Miller, ; home Saturday. Mrs. Stovall and : .
: f. Lake City._ __.-- some :years been connected with the Capital Stock 50.000. Surplus and Undivided Prsfils $33,3 f"
I,: M. Haughton, her two children will spend the winterin
, Messrs. S. Coleman,
of Waco, house of B. Altman
Col. R. E. Burnham, : large dry goods -' tt.
;: f Nelson, of \; .
:K. the
and west. -i
Lester -
P. R. he ;
. 4 Texas, who spends his winters at _.-.---- & Company, New York, thus .
f I r
Lake Weir, was a visitor here on Ocala, were among the guests at the Mrs. Annie Marshall, a well known comes to Ocala with a thorough t. 1 7 MJKsi'r.W

i Aragon hotel. Jacksonville Friday. !' character in this city, has been adjudged knowledge of this line. We welcomeMr.
Friday j
t this I t insane and. will soon be__ sent I Huxley to our midst.
J. Bird, of Bradford Rev. Henry W. Little, of city, *
Dr. I }
:. t addressed to the insane asylam at Chattahoo-
county, is visitor to Ocala and we conducted the services Last Tuesday at 1 o'clock p. m. the I
' cheer At present she is confined in .
of President -I
' of locating the students by discovered 1
I understand that he is thinking barn of C. D. Souter was
Sledd at the morning chapel on the county jail, where she is receiv I
the J
t here I I I to be on fire. The building being
the University of Florida, ing every ttention.i .
Friday at most westerly of any on the lot, and I

Miss Tillie Pasteur returned home Lake City.A i i Mrs. V. -H. Gwinn, wife of Dr. the wind blowing strong from the j I I .
Jacksonville, where she
,> r. Friday from Miss Grace I late repast of crackers and beeris Gwinn, superintendent; of the !state west made it impossible for the j
has been the guest I Chattahochee died which from all |
recommended as a cure for insom- hospital at very crowd, gathered parts

Harwell for several weeks. I It nia. If the crackers and beer fail suddenly Saturday in Virginia at the of the town, to save the dwelling cr ;j I

Mrs. )[. E. Robinson and daughter, and whisky. A judicioususe home of her sister, w'hors.. Gwinn any of the outhouses. The entire lot | '
:, try peanuts
,- Rosebud, returned home Monday I of the combination should put a, had gone to nurse during a severe was swept in one hour. Most of the \I DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ACCOUNTS SOLIC .. 1.. .

from a few day's visit at Tampa and man to sleep forever.-St..Paul Pioneer -I illness. _'_ contents of the dwelling were saved j I -

Miss Rosebud is quite sick. Press. I Dr. Harry C. Dozier Columbia, in a battered and broken condition I J

ex- S. C., arrived in the city Sunday fora on account of the great haste, which 1! 125 Bushels Onion Sets. :
b1enchildren to the
Mrs. Otto The Archer correspondent ''
Jacksonville short visit to his parents, )Ir. and was, of course, unavoidable. 'Loss ;
to leave soon for Times-Union that the Dutton ,
pect says Mrs.John Dozier. .John Dozier,who about 1,400, with no
Mr. Mente, who has gone have purchasedthe insurance.-I
to join I I Phosphate Company is now in Columbia, will return home Anthony cor. j We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Bush.

business in that city. Levy County Phosphate Company's and will be accompanied -. I of Onion Sets:'-'the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .
--- in few days
---- the Farm.
Just One on
Hon. Jno.
.f,. plant at Eve from
Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss by Dr. Dozier's wife. C. I
One day last week Mrs.
and have already
on us Saturday while In the N. C. Stockton I her husband with a fine I II Ocala Seed; Store.
for the presented
everything in his taken charge of same Five men tied in the guess,
city. He reports World's fair ticket offered by Carmi- I baby 'boy at their home-the old J
section in a prosperous condition. Miss Edna Jeffords is' now one of Kuhn property near Pine Castle. The -

returnedfrom the teachers at the Ocala High school, chaelSon Company Friday night. father later in the day I .,
Mr. A, E. Burnett has her duties Monday.She We have not yet learned how these .delighted C. 1 I. G RACE .
having begun stock and was
his northern visit and is now with will_decide who is entitled to the freetzip visited his various
& Arms will assist Miss EWe Cam astonished to find a little calf,twentysix Successor'to Central Lamatr. Co.
stopping at the Spellman to St. Louis. The guesses.we'e:
is too large Dealer In
the fourth grade which little
little piggies, forty-eight
home. so. numhrous and eo close to the .

and Mrs._ Jackson,of Baltimore, this year for one.teacher. actual number of gallons contained chickens, six puppies and nine kit- Rough and Dressed, ,Lumber, Kiln,Dried.Flooring, .ling,

who Mr.have (or.some time been stop- Mr. Walter X./Hafl- $has been. elected I,in. the,cask fat'it' svgs. :necessary totelegraph tens. Mr. Martin tells this., himself -.- and.Siding. Lathe, Shingles and Brick

<* Arms home, Jacksonville carnivalby &Jto& $ tpler. Jor: ,'th@ and sass that:was one day's business Manufacturer of-
/' at the Spellman & king of the ? D and
ping : .order4o; de; oa.;&(' farm that; he .will, never be TumedBallusters, CasingsNewels, ,
votes Speculation 'esof-thagaugerin
returned home'Saturd ... ; a majority of 25,000 ;:will be .. g> 'gireas.!Y -ft ashamed of.-Orlando sUr.fOLE1SIIOIlY"TAR. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, chool =:
who winni
rife as to cide the
Mr. aniT Mrs. J. P. fillips and is now not be I Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am co intly
t returned home Friday after- the.queen. Her identity ,"" --y ..eppata IM wergt DfUTh.. l receiving Lumber and can.fill orders for.any quanta and

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A correspondent in the Ocala Ban Protestant Episcopal House of Bish-
e The Duke of Dunneilon Makes a Dealin
ner wants to know don't the WAR
Which he Clears IOOOOQ. ops held at Boston, coadjutor Bishop
V Fit rida railroads do something in the
., lIf r way of advertising Florida?" One From a Special Telegram to Tampa Tribune. R. Heber Weller, of Fon Du Lac,Wis", Biliousness

thing, among others, that the News Dunnellon, Oct. 8.-Albertus Vogt, made almost a national reputation. Makes
Uncertainty Is On the Increase
0(' ': would like to know why people will who discovered phosphate at Dunn- Bishop Tuttle presided. He is a Chronic InvaI ..

I criticise the railroads for not doing ellon, has cleared just 99,700 on a tall, gray haired manjwith a strong, at St. Petersburg.MORE When the liver b torpid, and fails to do iu work, \

'C8 : the very things they happen to be land deal in three years' time. masculine face and a long white the bile enter* the blood aa a nrule&t poison. Then \
L doing. cornea cc-j>npaaon, biliousness nek headache \
dt, For the Florida East Coast Three years ago Mr. Vogt, Dan L.. beard. the liter
example, LD .p : Railway Company is now. expending B. Smith and D. R. Janney, of Crowley Just before the adjournment of the I Tnere Is Warrant For the Belief .That I w-. ';-a::1/ touch and starts Nature's ork in the rigttnao&er \

10.ll quite a sum of money in advertisingthe La., bought on speculation a convention he gave the gavel into General Kuropatkin Is Strengthening' .i, ,'i :- <: uMOH'S

. News advantages of Florida.- Miami tract of land in Louisiana for $900, hand of Dr. McKim, of Philadelphia, His Left Flank to Meet Japanese '-4. LIVER PILLS '1 v/) /

'(' taking equal shares. I and in a half humorous, half serious, Turning Movement. : *'
In commenting about the railroadsof $* AfJoTOXIC PELLETS
The land is now located in the manner referred to the fact that the S \ / Irj
Ite Florida along the lines noted by St Petersburg .Oct 8.-1:30 p. m. '\I.- 'ite O toixtec tie liver, sad the pelleu cote tHasyiMea. / '
great Jennings oil field, and Mr. little Church of the Holy Cross at -The meagerness of tire news from .
the Newts the Florida East Coast Railway -
,e Vogt received news today from his Kingston, of which Judge Parker is the front is increasing the uncertainty \ /
is to be excepted. If its exam. egarding the developments. There 13 25 partners that they had soldthe land
at1ft a vestryman and whose son-in-law is \ JV8
followed the other rail jxur ca e is exeeL1j CaJ,, yo >% /
pie were by good warrant for the belief that Gener.
for 300,000, one half being paid in rector, had sent in no contributionfor : tiC te well r !ore yco r ftthsS
ways of the state, the travel to it' al Kuropatkin is strengthening his left .aifJc *ee. For i. i .vi
t cash and the balance to be paid in foreign missions. flank to meet the Japanese turning sJar> I
would not be confined to one section, :
:; four months. "If," said the bishop, "in the prov- movement, his troops occupying a triangle \
ani it would be discovered that
: soon .
from Fushun to Mukden and
Mr. Vogt thus:: received $100,000 on idence of God, Judge Parker shouldbe -Y
"gardens of eden" and "visions of Tie Pass. Over 300'guns have arrivedat
an investment of $300, three made he first
years president, would ,
beauty" abound along the central the front and the activity of the
ago. His friends are extending their when he undertakes to steer the shipof Russian skirmishers below the HUD .
and west coast sections just as plen-
congratulations. state through the treacherous river creates the Impression that Ku- For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store..

tifully. shoals of the islands of the Pacific ropatkln may contemplate. assumingthe
: Nominee for governor Broward in Florida Potato Lands. offensive.
his speech in Ocala, was almost lavish In Florida there are 300,000 acres and through the distant waters of The war office, however, gives no

the Orient-he will find that this land encouragements .of this Idea, though
In the flowers he threw at the of flat woods land which in general
of ours has a great deal to do whh naturally, if such a movement Is contemplated
Florida East Coast railway. He saidIt resembles the Hastings potato land. the war office could not be rzcol
the rest of the world, and maybe he
had done more to induce immigration Much of it is very differently constituted expected to admit it }
I will send back to that parish on the
; to the state and develop its resources or may not be easily drained, '
Hudson a Parthian arrow, a Chief of Gendarmerie.
; and had erected better de- and therefore is unsuitable for potato message
that there is need for gifts St. Petersburg, Oct. 10.-According
pots and given the shippers better culture. If only one acre in three is to the dispatches General Ridzouvsky. HARDWARE
in the service of Christ."
> service than any of the land grant adapted to this crop, it still leaves under secretary of the interior, has

I :b railways of the state had done*. I 100,000 acres which at the very low A moment of hushed silence followed been appointed chief of the gendarme I

[ Telling how the liberal policy of I average of 40 barrels per acre, would then coadjutor Bishop Heber ie. wLo of the was interior.No divorced. from the ministry

give of barrels Weller, pale and excited, arose and STOVES, WIRE XETTIXti
railroads help in the development of a'crop 4,000,000 the i

abtatetheNew York Packer whole of which would said: "I want to enter my protest RAXCES
t. says: have to be Compromise with Japan.St. FIELD FENCE

'' "To the liberal policy of the Texas marketed within about twO months. against these personalities aimed at Petersburg, Oct. 10.-Replying to }: IIEATCItS.
roads much of the credit for the rap- Potato men cannot expect to have one of the best men, one of the truest the statement .of Count Okuma. leader

rU : id advancement of this state along churchmen, in the country." of the Japanese Progressive party. OIL STO"ES.nSISIlE.. ,
such a market had '
as they spring that the
war with Russia would be (
the lines of fruit and truck
: growing AGATEWAltC
often. The Just as the convention was aboutto long but that Japan IIAICXESS
is dee. very very short crop of would win in the

i Irish potatoes of 1903 was almost entirely adjourn the venerable:Bishop Tuttle end, the Novoe Vremya, this morning S CIIOCKEKY.CUTLEKY. WAGOXS.
-. "The roads realizing that the prosperity declared that the idea of a 'possible
and with folded and
arose arms
of the people living along their I exhausted when the. Florida compromise with Japan has been abandoned I PLOWS,

lines means a like increase in their crop reached the market, consequently looking benignantly upon the young and that the war musf be prose. SADDLEICY (;USS. ETA : I :

w *:- prosperity, have given these people the absence of competition gave a bishop, who had called him down, : cuted by Russia in such a way that .

I) I: many courtesies, which shows abroad clear field and the result was unusually made a beautiful, humble and abject : there can be no possibility of Japan's Full Line of Sash Door and Blinds All Sizes. I

i and liberal policy on their part, apology, so sweet and full, that it renewIng the snuggle In the Far East ,
IX and which the high prices. In ordinary years The Japanese
: at same time, demonstrates must be driven out of
the wisdom of the managers with plenty of old stock on hand, a brought tears to many eyes. the Asiatic continent. .
of the roads. To increase the revenue large crop of new potatoes could not This little incident is particularly It is *"\r accepted here that the reported ) BE UNnERSOLD.

.4 [ of the roads it has been deemed be sold, except at moderate prices- I pleasing to Ocalians for it was here naval fight off Port Arthur was

' I essential to increase the prosperity of that his purely imaginative. The naval experts T. W. '
Weller minis- SMITH &
Packer. Bishop began CO.
U ._ of ,the Ocala Fla.Stylish
: t I eir patrons, the farmers who pro- -- --- newspapers dwell on the .
:1 i I II Ia vi
nage. Diversified farminghas made Change. years rector of Grace Episcopal sqlla- ron must- PTn-- <--rien/n___ .in_ hrootinaout ..,. 04U", WkWVAA MA

many Texas farmers prosperous, ana No matter which candidate is elected church! in this city and is a son of the after the disastrous sortie of August -

the! growIng of fruit and truck in Foley's Honey and Tar will remain late venerable and lamented Rev. R.' the 10The general opinion is .that .
squadron could
Texas brings into that state annually the people's favorite not venture out
remedy H. Weller, who for many yeas was unless something had happened
millions of dollars, from which the for coughs colds and to the :
rector of the Episcopal church :n Japanese arc hips, of which there is Millinery
roads receive no small share. sumption. It cures colds quickly and ,
1I' no .kncwi '(!ge here. In
Jacksonville.Saved i any case. the .I.
"Millions of of Texas
acres lands,
prevents pneumonia, A. J. Nusbaum, Russian ships could not to
I'U go the
which only a few years lay untenanted .- Batesville. Ind. *
writes: 'I sufferedfor Two from Death. tral port cf Che Foo and must head for
and unproductive, are today three months with a severe cold. Vladivostok. Fo1'Sty1ish
farms due the liberal "Our little daughter had an almost People !
smiling to A druggist prepared me some medicine -.
' policy of the Texas common carriers. and a physician prescribed for i fatal attack of whooping cough To Care for Soldiers' Relatives.

I Immigrants have been invited to the i me, I did and bronchitis," writes Mrs. V.'. K. St. -
yet not improve. I then Petersburg, Oct. 10.-The municipality --------------------------------------------------- .
state and the roads have endeavoredto tried Foley's Honey and Tar and Hariland, of Armonk, N. Y., "out of St retersburg has decided fo : Our ue of goods this season has received" the --

IiII get them to locate, and after locating eight doses cured me." Postoffice ca-e for the relatives of
when all other remedies failed, we soldiers at stamp of approval of the fashion
them they have worked to Drug Store. m the front General Fnllen the centers of
make them and saved her life with Dr. King's. New rf ; prefect the world. The .
prosperous content rolice: has issued an order that charm of the PRETTY MILLINERY
It ed. I C M, Brown & Son Buy Furniture Discovery. Our neice, who had such relatives are to be provided with we are -

"At an instance of the broad policy Business. consumption in an advanced stage, lodging and fuel and 36 pounds of flour nowdispla'ingdoei not only -

t -: of some of the Texas roads, farmers The Miami News of Sunday, says also used this wonderful medicine and four pourrts of .&rits for each person -' consist in its exquisite beauty, but in its extremely -
each year are given free transportation per inor.th.EXPLOSION. .
'r .. to Various joints to attend farmtnt' that a great sigh of relief was sighed and today she is perfectly well.". modest prices. Come and see iw Ifyou -

institutes, where matters are Saturday when it became known that Desperate throat and lung diseases INJURES FIREMAN. want THE VERY LATEST. Our up-to-

disco&vd relative to farming and Hon. C. M. Brown and his son, C. I yield to Dr. King's New Discoveryas date trimmer can please you if such fi pot..6ible.

U fruit growing. The roads realize that M. Brown, jr., had bought out Edwin to no other medicine on earth. Boiler Tore Shelter to Splinters and --- ..----- -.- -.- I

Jit the intelligent farmer is a creator of Nelson's furniture stock and buildingand I Infalliable for coughs and colds. 50c. Cut down Tree. --" '

products, and products create reve rill continue the business at the and $1.00 bottles guaranteed Tyd- Covlngton, Ga., Oct. 10.-At Gordona E. K. NELSON
flue for the roads as well as wealth "ings & Co. Trial bottles free. m steam boiler at the ginnery of EJ & Co.
same stand.
for the ----- -
producer. ---- Ryals Sr., exploded, fatally injuring

It -- -- The merchants of the city have K. of P. Entertainment. the negro fireman and seriously. inju 1\/1 ercha nt's Block

Bttter Than Pills. been anxious to know just what line The Ocala Lodge No 19, Knights of ing a negro boy. Ocala, Florida.

The question has been asked-in of business an experienced business ; Pythias will be'agape Wednesday, The explosion made a terrific noise.
what way art Chamborlain's Stomach shaking houses for several
and man like C. :M.: Brown, and who has I October 19, 1904 at S p. m. around and mil* t --' iOfi' .
Liver .
Tablets greatly
I. superior to the ordinary frightening the _'_ "' -- "
cathartic and liver pills? Our recently come Miami:: to live, wouldgo Elaborate arrrangements have been women ana cnI! ren. ,

C answers l '-they are easier and morel into. made for the entertainment and it The force of the explosion was so WE EAT MEAT

>?raant to take and their effect is so Nobody was particularly anxiousfor will be a delightful and largely at- great-thai the shelter under which the i'

I gentle and agreeable that one hardly additional tended affair engine was stationed was torn into 'fo
competition. Mr. quite a number of invitations grow
realize that it is produced by ahlNliclnt' splinters and the big boiler hurled a ; "trhug. (lmtw w" g4C
Then not Chaille and the other racket store have been issued. distance of 100 yards, striking m 1f'1 rut-at Wl"
I they only move a big :" nay a. W1l lIPS
the bowels men were him. Mr. Z. C. Chambhss will act elm tree which it cut in two it alone
. but watching The as and
Improve the appetiteand grocery Itself in the buried t! Thor. .. ........,Ih
aM the digestion. For sale at 25 men were wondering a thing or master of ceremonies and those taking -I ground just a few fee I1 iu tougb ..
from the Central 'u"al-tltftNiti eI
p.I cents per bottle b)' all druggists m I two, the dry goods men were keep- part in the divertisement will be railroad depot. IE E i.-- I lUg It Eatkpp .I'fIj"h gh
so "keto
I' Cout Lint Railway Rates : ing a weather eye open, and the Rev. W. C. Lindsay, Hon. Clarlos L. FLOODS IN NEW MEXICO. j ;__.,. q' ', It. It J"j_ lo t'.. oarflttl III

newspaper people were weighing .Sistrunk, Hon. Tullius E. Biggs andRe V buyJnac
To enable home seekers to visit f rue-at-h.- Nr tolltU
the question of whether there ,'. L. B. Warren. Train Service of the Santa Fe Badly L gIPItil.
Florida was "
and other territory through .I-.od., at4
PIMJlef.'b .
room Miami:: for one After the program the following Interrupted.
which the Atlantic Coast Line railway daily Albuquerque, N M., Oct. 10 -The _.!;_ ray a more if bft'd "aid
delicious -
newspaper.It menu will be served:
runs, 'Ir.! Wilbur McCoy, agricultural : rains of the past two days have again put IOllh'l bluilin
is a source of gratification to our Oystess Celery Olives flooded the low lands along 1auf .a.mub
agent, announces that the Santa k' which. will
beginning citizens at all times to have such Chicken Salad Beaten Biscuit Fe railroad track from Belen to J3ron- _kal:. put WU 911 yowt
October llth and continuing Bon Bons Salted Almonds quln. bones and .tr 'n* Mood la
good people as Mr. yt.urveins.
til November 15th, he has made arrangements Brown and his Cafe Noir The tiack between San Martial and
family settle among us, and while his Crackers Socorro was I
to run special excursion Edam Cheese washed out again In many
welcome would have places, and EDWARJDSEROS
Punch. conditions
just as south
rate at SO per cent of the one of here
way -- -- are as bad .
hearty had he as they were
established a
week ) Matrkei
'- fare for the round trip (no rate to be and entered into a new business Indicted for Criminal Libel. The train service in that direction ago. 1 O"IIIR. "'.n.

higher than $20) from competitionwith Is again interrupted.
Cinbinnati, From Tuesday's Dally. Passenger trains
some one already '1I"i1iI I
LouIsville established, it from California are again -----
Evansville tied -
Cairo, St. The grand jury of Alachna up here ----------
is a pleasure to know that court/ and owing to the -
we new -
are to washouts -
Louis -
south -
Memphis and Chicago. I
These last Saturday returned a true bill they cannot be ---- -
him without this cendmhn... sent out or detoured
arrangements allow excursioniststo against Hon. ,, M. to Texas.
Holloway for
visit the South Florida state fair The Original. criminal libel. The legality of the I 411 ',1EftTAMNT.( j ( "

and the South Carolina state fair at Foley & Co., Chicago, originated true bill was argued yesterday by Peace Treaty May Be Signed.

Columbia, October 25-2S. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung prominent i New York, Oct. lO.-It.is believed &I, Have

These excursions ought to benefit remedy, and on account of the great will be reached lawyers todaIf and a decision that a peace treaty with Bolivia will h1'1,, fertilizer you decided! on the kind! of

Florida merit and popularity of Foley's the legali- be signed within a week, says a Her t,, I S yon are going to use* u'.

very largely. Honey and Tar and many imitationsare ty of the indictment is sustained Mr. f aid dispatch from Valpariaso de Chile not a question of how mU<*. but

Strs1sdMule.. offered for the genuine. Ask for Holloway will be tried before a petit' Negotiations are being carried on fc what kind "in tIn
but result
Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse jury and if convicted will La Paz under favorable auspices Con- -- 4 can he obtaineJ.
Large mule : probably '
gray S years old, lame any substitute offered gres will begin a'special gsioi :, You can't make a
In right hind leg, holds head slightly preparation will as no other ask to have his name taken off the 10. The president's give the same satis- me"a* conttina ) our high grade
to one side; had on rope halter; faction. -It; is mildly laxative. democratic state ticket. i jJ SO Wit. most of whIch biro been 'I fertjIfzer .
It P---
strayed from my place at Marsh villa contains no opiates { awaiting enactment for
and is yean
safest It II Highest
on Monday, September' 10: Address, children and delicate for Hay For Sale. not likely .ddi the dlapitca, that h priej paWforUrjbones:

B. Brinson, Marshville, Fla. d2twlt office Drug Store. persons. Post- At 75c per cwt. S. H. Gaitskill), .' will PUS this tin. aourltttundtaf they /

m Melntoeh, florid 3 18 td w.. their great ImporUac FLORIDA FERTILIZER "FB. SUMMIT

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E i _. The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People." .-

v IL. AXX1X, NO 13,
i 14, 1904 DOLLAR A YEAR

U2A ELIZABETH HABBIS Local! Editor I It' Death of Mr. Laurence Sims. ,..III .. .. _. ..
""" .c --.c.' "' _. R 11II '!rlJ.l1$4pwJ.:p
EDWARDS II.From Wednesday's DaUy.I .

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I; Word was received here yesterday

1 of the death of Mr. Laurence Sims,, '

Miss Annie DeLong, of Candler, is 'I which occurred at Alberquerque,, MAIL ORDERS T \OE."TS FOR .
; in the city, having come up yester New Mexico, early Tuesday morning. ATTENDED rO R H I N I'' A R n1 ij STANDARD 1

day. I II I i I Mr. Sims iI has been a sufferer with PROMPTLY \J I 1 PATTERNS .

The Presbyterian will I consumption for several years and ;
:t Synod con I I 1I
was quite ill all He left
vene in this city the first week in ARRESTED OT( LAKE CITY I I summer. a

short while ago for New Mexico. I It
1 1I thinking it would benefit him bat MATCHLESSLY PRICES on Fall Novelties

J. Starr returned I I I
died quite he
as soon as ar-
I Silks and \Vool Dress Goods and Women'd
home from brief visit to rived r
yesterday a I at Alberquerque. He was a son ,
Jacksonville.Mrs I of Mr. J. M. Sims, of Valdosta, Ga., dValking Skirts etc .
I I ,
I who until a few years ago was a resi- I I xb ;
James Pooser and children returned I ..
dent of this county and who lived in w.r :::0
, .
home yesterday afternoon Was Making His Way Northward Un ;

from a visit ,relatives in Charleston,, der a Freight Car-Shot In the I Ocala for some years. I x C,,
Il-I out Sole of Dress Goods.
t The deceased was a pleasant young Closing Wosg. cn
; S. C. Leg by the Officers Who I o 2rnM
man of about thirty. He spent a few

: Mrs. George Taylor left yesterday Arrested. Him. I weeks here last winter renewing old In order not to carryover we offer balance of our M en

: for Cherry Lake, near Madison, to aN
4 I acquaintances, who will learn with :
visit her parents, Judge and Mrs. Q
stock reduced
summer at prices 7x
: Special to tie Ocala Banner; regret of his death. Besides a fatherhe

.., Blalock. -- LAKE CITY, FLA., Oct. 13.-Ellie leaves three sisters, Mrs. Staten a: 0m d iI

.Ir. J. W. Stevens, of Fort McCoy, Edwards, the negro who was bound and Misses Effiie and Madge Sims, of "Y1cc:5

: our valued correspondent at that over by Judge Robert Bullock, in I this city, and to them in their great !10 iI

,.. place, was a welcome visitor to this Ocala about September 15th, to await bereavement we join their friends in Our domestic department offers few cases of yard ";".. .;;JQ I

city yesterday. extending them our profound sympaI I .
the action of the grand jury on a x

i Messrs. B. K. Thrower and A. M. charge of attempted criminal assault,, thy. en wide FrUit of the Loom And Lonsdale bleaching at ..rnM

; Dickson, two popular young travel and on the same day made his escape The Rifles Minstrels. -

ing men of Gainesville, spent yesterday from Sheriff Nugent, was capturedhere The Ocala Rifles Minstrels have = 7 1-2 cents per yard 5 ,

i in Ocala. I II I last night by the chief of police again been organized for the season .

and a of men. and at recent committeewas
posse a meeting a
j The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. i

f T. Allen, the eye and ear specialist, The authorities were notified that appointed to arrange for a per- I FLOOR COVERINGS or all DESCRIPTIONS. '

. will be Thursday, Oct 20, at the Mon-I the negro was on a northbound formance some time in the near

tezuma Hotel. Georgia Southern and Florida freight future. "

for train which would pass through this Sergant Ed. Pittman was made
Miss Lida Ballardleft yesterday
.t city early in the evening. The offi manager, and if past entertainments
. Jacksonville, where she goes to bring .
cers met the train and were stationedon given by the Rifles under his man-
home her sister, Miss Luda Ballard, -
both sides when it rolled in. It agement are any criterion we will
who is quite ill. The Woman on the Pedestal.In Degeneracy is the outcome of these All Aboard for Jacksonville,
had not yet stopped when Edwardswas have some excellent shows during "
a recent number of Collier's vicious compacts.A The great carnival at Jacksonville
Mrs. Otto Mente and children left seen to come off the trucks of a the coming season.
Weekly, Richard Harding Davis givesa man who is thus situated feels Fla., October 21-29, Inclusive. At-
l yesterday for Jacksonville to join car and run for shelter in ,a nearby Some of the best local talent, has
vivid description of the Yoshiwaraof that he is not called upon to considerthe lantic Coast Line will sell round trip
I Mr. Mente. They expect to make hammock. He was making good already been enlisted and Ed. is constantly -
Tokio, and pictures for us "The feelings of the woman who bears ticket. at rate of one Qr.t-class fare
their home. time toward a dense undergrowthwhen the lookout for
on more.
i that city
Ladies of the Golden Screens," caged his name.A plus 25 ('fnt'i; tickets to be sold October
t one of the officers fired at him, A meeting of the arrangement
W A.'TED-COmpetent lady to take behind the bars of iron like wild woman so positioned regards: the 24-23 inclusive and for trains arriving *
of children at Anthony, Fla. the bullet striking him in the leg and committee will be held in a few days
charge beasts. He wonders "how a nationcan whole world as hers-she is too free. Jacksonville before noon Octo-
Good position to right party. Ad- bringing him to the ground.He when the date of the first performance ,
advance as Japan is advancingwhen The child of such a home is not ber 29th. Principle features will U
dress H. A. Atwater, Eureka, is now in the Columbia county will probably be made known.
1016td wit its women hold so low and in- ; proper balpced morally-he is not the grand floral parade and corona.
} ida.
the arrival of officers
jail awaiting secure a place." I physically sound-he is not Intellectually tion of the king and queen of the car
Brutal Treatment of Two Prisoners.
Mr. Charles W. White, who has from Marion county to take him >to
"The American" he says, "is used I perfect-that element which nival on October 21th. Military par
That inhuman brute Dawkins the
week in Ocala,
f' the Ocala.
been spending past to placing his women folks on a pe- goes toward making him the desir-I' rade and exhibition drills by Troop

left yesterday for Citra to visit his He stoutly denied his identity, but convict guard at Pensacola who destal. Ah, yes! So he is. 'able element of society is: lacking H. Seventh U. 8. Cavalry the crack
made convicts walk eleven
White, before the the. officers are confident that two negro
mother, Mrs. In many states today women are And yet-how strange- company of the U. 8. army, band
miles in the hot which walk end-
New York. he is Ellie Edwards, the right negro.
returning to 'a still standing on the pedestal of the That which is of such importance concerts, chariot races and aerial
ed in the death of the two men, has

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kerr, of Up to the hour of going to press we been held on the charge of man- old English common law. Their property cannot be remedied! acrobatic performances twice dally

Scotland, who have been visiting at have not learned when Edwards will slaughter. He should get the full belongs to their husbands, even For neither men nor women are going la the stadium. The "Pike" will contain .

and the'clothes they wear are not their' to tell that the most wonderfulof a gorgeous array of attractions
this' but it.is
yesterday to
be brought city,
Lake Weir, came up limit of the law, twenty years in the
I in the of the law. all human love has been which have been selected with great
own eyes They feelings- -
Mr. 'and out of the
will be the guests of thought he will be kept penitentiary. A great deal of the .
cannot buy and sell as single women denied them.If care and rank among the best that
David S. Woodrow for a few days. I county until court convenes in December. credit for bringing to light the detailsof

can. Their wages belong to their it were told it would be discovered ever came into the south. Don't
this infamous case belongs to the
Rev W. C. Lindsay and Mr. E. W. I husbands and they cannot make a that love between man and woman miss this opportunity to visit the metropolis
Will Preach in Ocala. Pensacola Journal. De Fnniak .
KraybiU returned home yesterday i is the most wonderful, the most of the state and see the great
Dr. Andrew Sledd, president of the Breeze. will.We
afternoon from Gainesville, where I perfect and the most scarce of the show. Ticket agents of the Atlantic
place our women on pedestalsby
at Lake
I I University of City,
they had been for several days attending will arrive in Ocala Saturday and will Senator N. A. Butch, supervisor of opposing their higher education, higher. emotions. Coast Line can tell you about it. T.

the meeting of the Presby remain over until Monday. Dr. state convicts, and S. A. Rawls, of debarring them from the learned professions Mme. Sophie D'Albert. C. White, D. P. A., Tampa, Eta,

Ocala, who has charge of the con
tery. and relegating them to the
Sledd is one of the most polished and J Goes to Ocala With vast quantities of oystertbclls
Leavengood returned victs leased by the Florida Naval '
Mr. A. J. kitchen and There are but
charming gentlemen and earnest and Mr. J. B. Leffingwell, jr., leaven to- that can be had for the asking Apalachicola ..
yesterday from Manatee county, Stores Commission Company, were nine states in the union in which a
the south and to
eloquent preachers in day for Ocala where he has acceptedthe offers excellent opportunitiesfor
looking after his both present at the inquiry in the interest
where he has married mother has any right to the
have the pleasure of hearing him will position of superintendent of the man or firm who desire to -
He says pros of the state and the lessees of .
grove property. custody, care to and nurture of her
orage be a rare treat for our people. He local telephone company. Jack is: manufacture article produced from a
pects for a good crop in that sectionare Methodist church convicts respectively, and did everything own child. In the rest of the states;
will preach in the the one of Braidentown's most popular concrete. A fortune awaits the man
fine. in their power to secure mothers stand on a pedestal and fathers
at eleven o'clock Sunday morningand Index. young gentlemen, and his friends who will engage in this enterprise In

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Breedlove and at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at fullest investigation.-Milton i have the legal right to manage while regreting Ito have him leave Apalachicola.-Apalachicola Times

little son, Charles accompanied by the Baptist church. Every one is; The Northern Gentleman in the South. : the entire lives of their children, even home! are pleased to note his up'

Miss Kilbourne, a sister of Mrs. cordially invited to be present to The true southerner is nothing if I to removing them wholly from the ward march in his chosen profession. 'That' a funny fight between Russia

arrived a few days ago his. custody, care and nurture of the and "
Breedlove, hear him. not a gentleman, and he treats -Braidentown Journal. Japan.

from Louisville to spend the winter in Dr. Sledd, while in Ocala, will be northern brother who becomes his' mother. In most of the states women "How do you make that out?"

Florida.-Plant City Courier. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank near neighbor just as he would expect !! are denied all participation in the I Real Estate Dealers vention.and Agents Con- i "Why they fight with crockery."

Harris. to be treated were the situation : affairs of the government under : "They do?"
and Mrs. W. W. Condon, who The convention of real estate dealers .
Mr. Be reversed. Much that has been writ- which they live, and they stand ona "Yes no matter which wins it will
in Ocala Shortly.
the past two Will I and has been called
been spending agents
have with idiots
lofty pedestal along "
business in ten about social ostracism in the south break up China. -New
weeks in St. Louis, left that city yes- The fall and minors, lunatics and criminals. meet in Jacksonville October 24. This .
Washington Ocala promises to be larger than ever has sprung not from the political
They will stop convention will prove of great bene- i
terday. New and with this in view our( faith of the one who felt ostracised, A pedestal is a good place for a the prominent visitors at
two days and will then go to this season, I fit to the state and those interestedand Among
of the but because in many cases the newcomer I statute, but a very poor place for alive
York to spend several weeks. buyer is now in the markets it is hoped that the meeting will the college this week U Mr. Charles

north laying in such a stock of goodsas perhaps of indifferent social : woman. Her place is on the be largely attended. White, of Citra, Fla., Wesleyan's ,

Miss Grace Hatchell left yesterdayfor has never before been shown in status in his old home seemed to be common earth, side by side with bachelor trustee. Mr. White brought

Worthington Springs to spend two our city. Our latest communicationsays very much of the opinion that be- man, sharing his responsibilities, his Toast to Woman. Miss Marie Moore from New York to

weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. "Make room for the biggest cause he was from the north he privileges and his rights. This is the Here's to woman, whose heart and enter college. Wesleyan college

Hiers. She was accompanied by Missy stock we have ever had." should at once' be welcomed to the sort of pedestal to which women are whose soul notes in Atlanta Journal

will be Miss matter how slowly and surely climbing. Are the and the life of each
Louise Harris, who The line consists of all the latest inner circle of society,no light

Hatchell's guest during her visit at designs in jewelry, cut glass, sterling I exclusive, or be taken to the bosom Lida Calvert Obenchain. spell we pursue; "Tex"and "Bob" are getting read/

he came across. Whether sunn'd at the tropics or for the fall and winter trade by
this popular resort. silverware, and last, but not least, of the family Marriage Without Love.

of the famous I The southerner naturally draws the chilled at the pole; making Improvement. at the Ocala
of Mr. and a beautiful lot Marriage without love-is an ethical
The two little daughters Rockwood These goods will line on the northern-born politicianwho If women be there, there is happinesstoo. News Depot. The former is proving
have been pottery. crime.

Mrs. E. P. Thagard, who for several begin to arrive within the next hobnobs with the colored brotherfor It is merely shielding onesself from ____________ himself quite an "artist" 07 plying
this city
quite sick in invite but for the north- the paint brush on the front of the
and we cordially our revenue only,
few days
better yester- condemnation of society by securingthe Hon. Emmett Wolfe is one of the
days, were very, much friends and patrons to come in and ern buSinessman: farmer and tourist, store-its now "sure enough" trhlts;
Thagard, who injured approval of church and state. brainiest and most brilliant men in
dar and Watch these columnsfor
inspect his
ardent republicanism
herself while alighting from the trainat the announcement of the arrivals. no matter how The offsprings of such unions are the state, and an agree that the com- Cablegrams announce that Koroki

Reddick about a week ago, is also Ocala Music Company.Mrs. he has a hearty welcome and a legitimate only in the eyes. of the mittee's selection is the better man, has spoiled Knropatkin's plans and

getting better.gTOLENFrom. -- respectful world. but Holloway was nominated at .the Kuropatkin has defeated Ku okl'. .
Annine Marshal who was Ga., in Balti-
house at Ken- Gordon, of Columbus, The woman who marries without primary by the people, under the So there are.
my stratagem. you
several days ago,
J adjudged insane Magazine.If .
drick Tuesday night, a McClellan more Southern States love proclaims herself a coward. same ignoble charges that now hang
carried to the asylum at Chatta-
tree saddle. black leather covered, was of the every family in the country pays Marriages without love are a menace over him, and the executive com- 8. W. Teague, of Ocala, was A Till
Y canvass girth with knot,comparaUvely hoochee yesterday. mittee have to tor to the city yesterday, regUterfsg
10 to the trusts, there are to society. authority remove
of | down $95 per year
I will pay,a reward nurses from the asylum came. .
new. dreadful in that bis from the ticket. Milton at the Tampa Bay hoteL--Tampa
for return of saddle and evidence' U> and accompanied Mrs. Marshall to lots of families in Florida behind with They are especially name -

convict the party who stole it. W. Chattahoochee. their does-Apalachicola Times. there is no way to put a stop to them. Index. TlmtLV'

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mlnite Take it as a general average through.
I I- We are lovers of war. We applacd r The Editorial Tripod Spoils NeroloGeorgia I Carnival Features.
t TH 8 OCALA BANNER Jacksonville out the Rocky Ford growing district
Farmer to the
protea\ The Evolution of a 8'i everything pertaining to war. We The entrance and the shippers will probably not
Heathan Nation or a What the farmers of this country will be a mammotharch
i'WI HA32IS, ZiJtcr. Little Sennonette on worship its glitter, its tinsel, its carnival grounds receive as much as 25c per crate for

THE and should be concerned about is more snow white, glistening with their melons f. o. b. station.-New
strength grandeur
'or power; we salute
I P. 7. Leftresz::!, Sisisess !aas3er. bacon in the smokehouse, more lard gold dust and electric lights. Think York Packer, Oct. 10.SCOTT'S.
PACE![( !AHD W!R. EDITOK.Mr. its eppaulettes, its buttons, its
ocd '' its in the larder, more meat in the bar of a thousand incandescent lamps on
,'e r stripes, nodding plumes and its
rel, corn in the crib and wheat in the one gate-must be a whopper!
Iwal J flashing uniforms, and we turn a deaf .

'}des 1,1r Hayashi, a distinguished Ja ear to the dreary plainness and mo- granary, and less referendum. I The seating capacity in the Jacksonville -

panese scholar, in telling of the wonderful of would rather be the posse ur of a carnival stadium will be
\'s\ I notony peace.
mOl progress Japan has made in recent Was a "hayseed" eV'er hero Did 16} acre farm in Shackleford county twelve thousand at each performance.

.,torPC -- ,. years along certain lines, gives a we ever erect a monument to a far I free from vendors' lein notes a sensi- 'I Dollars to a doughnut standing room fMUlSION .

a sly dig at our so-called civilized na ble, industrious and lo'ving female will be at a premium even with that
tf mer he was a farmer? or a .;
tions. partner who has got sense enough to of seats. The people are
great array j
hanic editor
Or school
del m an or a Scott's Emulsion is tV.neans ,;
he 1l' : BELIet-Iao Indeed, it seems to us that )Ir. teacher make a pot of soap, set a hen, pail a going to flock there by the thousands. of life and of the
: 1
Hayashi hits us almost a solar plexus cow and cook a wholesome meal of Music will be one of the features of
Yet the
earth is crowded
being with of life of
>ehad THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABIE TO o\'nlent thousands blow. victuals we don't care a cent how the Jacksonville carnival, October
TAKE CARE, OF THEMSELVES, HAS monuments erected to glorify our i -acn, women and children.
lIe says that for twenty-five hundred many novels she has read, nor how -tProf.. Abel, the celebrated ,
110ubt f' TAKEN ITS STAND IS THE BARRICADES military chieftains and they are extolled To the'men Scott's Emu-!

r WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE I years the Japanese have been to the highest pinnacle in all she can sing and play-but we sure Kentucky band master and the carnival sion gives the flesh and

E MADE FORTH the best farmers in all the world. band has been selected from
AiD ITS FIGHT WILL BE very want her to be up to snuff on the

th; ( $ BETTERMENT THOSE AT THEBOTTO On a little piece of arable land not our literature. essentials. Then give us a yoke of the leading bands in this country and strength so necessary for the
( This tells its own story. of
do.If = Europe. cure consumption and the
r .trFRIDAI'----- than the little state of New Shackleford bulls of
bigger or
county a span
t .. Who is it so weak and blind that does The great social feature at the repairing of body losses from
'"' Jersey, and not any more fertile, the Texas donkeys, well broke, a pair of Jacksonville
cornival will
t'drigl t OCTOBER lt. 194!. not know that the ringing of church be the any wasting disease.aFar .
f Japanese farmers have managed to bells and the of overalls and a coat of sunburn, with hOl':5e show Thnrsdav afternoon and
belching cannon are -oJ ----- -- --- women Scott's Emul
b.r. abundantly feed a population of 40,- religious ies.e a good supply of grace ana grit to evening, October 27th. This will be _
r. sion does this and It is
The Metropolis still has its hustle more.
to the
equal Madison
Itgn 000,000 soub. face the breeze; give us all these, and Square
can no more applaud and
on. Garden horse'show of New York a most sustaining food and
While sixty cent of the wouldn't it for bell
per popula- we exchange
soe r love pace,than we can love God and tonic for the special trials that
The czar has donated f20.000.000 of tion were engaged in the peaceful weather sheep in the populist party. Disastrous for Cantaloupe Growers.
worship mammon. women have to bear. :
', his own fortune to the war fond. employments of agriculture and madea Albany X e \s. The Rocky Ford cantaloupe seasonis
. To children Scott's Emuliion
over. The last of the -
of fair, the other Splendid Nerve. netted melons
.ehe garden
Oyama is again onjthejmoye. That Lulling the Farmer to Political I Slum have been practically cleaned up i gives food and strength
forty cent were engaged in merchandising The illustrated of last
inp means that Koropatkin will soon be per ber. this week. 'The season will go on 'or growth of flesh and bone
and manufacturing, and in Sunday's Times-Union contained I
0"( movingjalso. an If a farmer has got a turnip patch, record as being the most demoralizing, and blood. For pale girls
studying the arts and sciences, and interesting write-up of Thomas W. so far as the New York market is
mdtil a grass pasture, a shoat or two, a nor thin and sickly boys Scott's "'
Panama's minister thinks that all these departments were as successful Lawson, who is now buildinsup an concerned, in the history of Rocky
- good milch cow and a good sto'-k of Emulsion is
Ford a great help. _
Uncle Sam has given the Panama cantaloupe growing. '
as the sixty per cent who were i almost world famous reputation as According
laying hens, why in the dickens and to reports,from other cities and Send tor free sample.
| republic a gold brick. employed in agricultural and pastoral the author of certain articles on i SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists
Tom Walker should he bother his the Arkansas river valley, the

Four weeks from]today and the I pursuits.In "Frenzied Finance," now running in i brains about who is elected presidentof past season is the worst ever known. 4O9-4J5 ri00, And Pearl St1.Mi Street.all.drUGQ1aN.New York

.ir great battle of.'ballotsvill. have been those twenty-five hundred years the current issues of Everybody'sMagazine. the United States?" says the Albany t -- Ib.

andjthe result announced. Japan produced painters, sculptors, .. 9e
YP fought News. There are many potent 1 --.- ..
poets and authors of renown and At fifteen Lawson started life as an 'I .
reasons why he should bother about
anB Rockwood Hoar, .son of thejlate philosophers of no mean .distinction. errand boy and clerk in a banking
who shall shape and administer laws, '
Senator Hoar,has been nominated by i As early a3 the sixteenth century, house He got a good deal of inside
e9oa Too much carelessness has put the

a the republicans, as his father's suc Mr. Hayashi says there were printedin information about railroad stock.and* farmer and other great middle classes 1

> cessor. Japanese the fables of Esop. He when he was seventeen shares 12 the
where monopolies and trusts can dictate -
id i iR ia Politics are snowed under here. makes this observation in proof of Sandusky; & Cleveland railroad drop 5
prices at which they shall sell I
;- I've not heard politics mentioned the intellectuality of the Japanese ped from fifty to three dollars a share.
their well which
products as as prices
'. since I came to St. Louis,-Re,. Sam But in all those twenty-five: centuries He invested all his earnings and on a
they must pay for wha; they buy. ,
Jones. : or so long as those patient and sudden fluctuation, cleared j60,000. <<
It is foolish for citizen
any good to -
,1 Judge Parker adheres strictly tohis industrious people cultivated the arts He lost it all in a crash in Boston let the other fellow control the government j 1 U = = -.-

original proposition: to take the of peace, and speeded its white winged Water Power Stock. Telling this a3he Abilene
0ye pleases.- (Texj i
presidential chair not the stump.- messenger, Japan was styled by story }rr Lawson savs- : Reporter.A i. :

in Atlanta Journal. all Christian and occidental peoplesas "To be absolutely correct I drop- OF YOUR STOMACH

thIn a heathen nation and its forty ped just |59, -11. Deciding to make a good story which is probably ,

Hon. W. N. Sheats has been electedto familiar to most people is the one IF YOU
millions inhabitants but little removed sr-ep and start afresh, I .
the chair of chemistry, (phys about the love sick boy in school. I.
f from barbarism.But gave a dinner to a few friends atYoung's j
and history ingthelFlorida: State They were studying some sort of
a as soon as the statesmen of Japan hotel for the purpose of getting -
;formal at DeFuniak. "ologythe one that traces a t
tooka rid of the I had
peep at our western method sand $150 left.
thought all the along the line I
!a Senator Clark's contribution to the began the manufacture of gun \t'hen the dinner check was paid and shows that one thought or more Demands a high standard '

democratic national campaign fund i powder, ,muskets and sword, and there was still $-130 left, and I gave
will bring another sort of
In built battleships and boats that to Horace, the head waiter." suggesto-
of torpedo ,
one million dollars.::.ia the Jlargest I '

.. single contribution on record. and organized an army and a navy, Since this time )Ir. Lawson has loa The given lovesick him boy and had it the was word"spirit" his i of Whisky. X :i

d and put itself on a powerful war footing been a great financial promoter and
r duty to tell what the word
. 1is We don't know;what he's gettingout and began a carnival of slaughter speculator and off and on has won suggestedto The Strauss
1h him. He did it in about the fol- brands of
of it, but Tom Watson is throw- and death on land and sea, reddening and lost millions. He made as much '
lowing language When I think
ing a good deal of wit humor and its waters and its fields with as seven millions in one deal. : of I
I spirits I think of Whiskies
ghosts when
---- ,
-- \ will
sarcasm into the campaign.Dan human gore,and filling its homes with help
Pluto. think of ghosts I thinkof graveyards, you
sad faced women weeping for their
Patch's many admirers will be Who was Pluto He was originallya when I think of graveyards I think of
t dead, Mr.Hayashi naively says, "you to do it and
glad to know that he not only is able occidentals (meaning us good chris- Greek god, afterwards accepted by heaven, when I think of haaven I I save you

to be up and about but almost Jfit Jto tians who claim that we march under the Romans. When the gods divided think of angels, and when I think of i .

frh go against his record again. the banner of the "Prince of Peace") up the Universe Pluto was given the angel I think of my sweetheart and money, None better.

under world to look after and to rule then, 0 Lord, professor, I can't thinkof
say to us you have now civilized yourselves -
Mrs. Carrie Nation is not logical. I over. Everything in the earth was anything else.Texas Seymour
and won a place in the ranks
Every time she smashes herself into of civilized nations!" under his dominion, and as the earth Banner. "NEVER POUR

jail is an acknowledgment that "pro, I is full of gold and other predious metals .
Mr. Hay ashi's soft rebuke is ex The engagement of Mrs. Ha Dun-
n hibition does not prohibit. BUT THEY
Pluto "
was reckoned
gnisitelypat. I ; lap Jordan, of Macon, Ga., and Senor

Iti It is claimed the democrats have a It is not true that we are soldiersof that is why we say plutocrat and plutocracy Don Luis F. Corea, the Nicaraguan

today. Pluto had
splendid showing of controlling the the cross. It is not true that we chargeover minister to the United States, has

e next cons ress. The' indications fora love peace better than war. Our utterances the spirits of the dead, being been announced. Mrs. Jordan is a Strauss' 76 Fern Hill Rye
h high potentate over hades, where all Strauss Royal Resent
southern belle
democratic victory are improvingevery our performances belie and beauty and is one
u departed ones abode, whether
day. our professions of faith. We deceive goodor of the wealthiest and most feted
bad, for hade embraced both i
i, ourselves in believing that we are a young women in Georgia. She is in I Cedar Brook
There was no band at the dock in Elysium (where the shades of the W H. McBrayer
Christian Paris ,
and at
people delight to walk : present, bat is expected home I ,
New York to see William Waldorf good stayed) and Tai tarns -
where the
. in the steps of the "Man of Galilee,," the last of this month and the wed
Astor off and no bandat the dock I bad ones were corralled PInto
at I
; according -
In the simplicity and loftiness of ding will take place at her home in Strauss'IX I L
Liverpool to welcome him back. He to modern ideas, wasn't a Baltimore Rye. Queen An
1 speech, and in his manner of living, flaconovember 1st. Senor Corea I scotch '
has troubles of his own. bad sort of a god at all. ,
,, the nearest earthly approach to the and his bride will spend the winterin i

teachings of Christ we must cite to Logan Washington, where as minister .
Having himself Editor Jordan
a strong constitution Propounds a Question.Will Pilgrimage Sour Mash
i president Roosevelt doesn't the untutored Indian chieftain. some scientist please explain plenipotentiary, he will introduce her Planter Rye,

seem to feel that he is- called upon Here are his memorable words: why, when it starts to raining out of to a charming society. '"

to pay the least consideration to the "I appeal to any white man to say cloud, it keeps on raining out of the I Robert A.-Van--Wyck-returned- Maryland Rye
if he ever entered Logan's cabin hungry from sharpe Old Harvest Corn
constitution of the United States. same cloud and ,
and he gave him not meat; if though floods of the other side with the intelligence

ever he came cold and naked, and he water are poured down, the supply that Richard Croker has no intentionof
Sam Jones says there,is no politic
clothed him above
not. continues
undiminished and
re-entering politics in the United
in St. Louis, or, for that matter Yet the broken
nowhere faith of his Christian seems inexhaustible Why
is it that States. He will make us a visit
else he has been If it were teachers made this man, capableof the agency that condenses the vaporof and then to look after his property interests STRAUSS

not for the newspapers no one would this speech, glut his &
for CO.
revenge the cloud and causes it to fall in a and shake hands with the
know that a great national campaign his slain kith and kin in red handedwar. cro-
steady, continuous
shower does not nies of the olden time, but
was on. It is something :extraordinary Englandis
condense the entire cloud at once and his home for evermore. Well, let WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.
No, we are not Christians in send the
except whole of
it down in an instantaneous us be resigned. Never has )Ir. OCALA .

Panama protests against Americanacts profession. and name. deluge of a moment's Croker declared that America is no "II FLORIDA

on the isthmus. Says our officials Christ never marched with a swordat duration?-Punta, Gorda Herald. I place for a gentleman to live, nor is ., '. -- -" -' '-- '. -
are collecting and taking away his side nor a musket on his shoul -- -- it I
recorded that
Didn't Know it Was Loaded. has tried to work
port revenues in Panama and Colon. der. He had no army nor navy and -.r

Panama will oblige Colonel Roosevelt never fought a battle nor raised the While the town marshal of Starke, King Ned for a title.
by keeping quiet until after elec ensign of war. He was not-a warrior George Baisden, jr., was clean The publishers of the beautiful bal Bros

and the business of ing a gun he thought not loaded this lad, "I Wait Alone -
tion.-New York Evening Telegram.The war was not his For You, by the

mission on earth. week, it was discharged, killing a late W. Wesley Wells, have sent us Southern, Copper

r.T Tampa Times announces in big He did not breathe the spirit of war, I mule belonging to Mr. Brownlee valued a copy of his last song,"My Mercedes" Manufacturers Works

head lines that lion.R. W. Davis and at $140. The mule of
did not advocate it, nor justify it. dropped deadin which has just been published and Turpentine Stills

-Hon, D. H, Mays have tendered their Every battleship its tracks and the negro driver which he rand
we build, every composed a few days before General
services to the democratic made fast time out of that Metal Workers.
, campaign army we organize, every navy we put vicinity. his death. It is simply beautiful

committee. If these distinguished to' sea, every sword we-hold aloft, Judge and Mrs. William B. Lamar easy to play, melodious, and a Old Stills taken in 1 1

gentlemen don't get a hurry on them destroys the boast and makes perfect exchange for new
plain arrived here last night from New adaptation of exquisite wordsto through the country ones Patching

,the 8th of November. will overtake I the fiction of our belonging to the York and are at the Piedmont. They a beautiful melody. The publishers wire will receive prompt a s p eclalt y Orders by mail or

them'..and the idea of November army of the""Prince of Peace!" have been in Europe since their J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. fOllrwmg works '! attention, at either of the

,, always have a tale to tell. We are not a peace loving people. I mar of Kansas City, Mo., are making a A Y.ETT c VII.LE He w .
riage in June.-Atlanta Journal. .>
x'a special price of 25 cents per copy. JMB.WUE.FU t SAVANNAH,> GA.

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i .IC;*OOl BOARD MUlHG; :i Fantville Belleview Dunnellon 318.94 92.08 10.32 110.25 2.00 1.50 208.69 91.78 8.32 m9 G7i' B9B9B tiaQL : E( u17Cr1a '

Reddick 90.72 30.00 60.72
OCALA, FLA., Oct. 4, 1904. Pine Level 69.56 '47.20 22.36 M

The board of public Instruction in Mayville 49.16 49.16 '

[.,tbU Gel for 4th day Marion of October county, lOOt Florida, in regufar met- i Weirsdale Citra Griner Farm 133.54 183.33 91.43 10.00 5.00 3.50 128.54 178.83 81.43 I &&e Men s and Boy s CIt3i

session, with 0. S. Scott, chairman Buck Pond
4.43 12.25 m I IIt
.. ;
B. U. Blitch and J. S. Gran- Sparr 29.25 29.25 -

tham, present. Candler 15.15 15.15

Minutes of last meeting read and Fellowship 38.60 33.60' is useless for us to say we can fit all men in clothes, m

approves d. Electra 29.13 29.131 D

1? A number of schools\ asked for Blitchton Martel 3.74 3,74'' as this is an established fact.
more MraU, there being none on 1J a

band, the board ordered fifty desksto : Capulet King 53.43 21.64 19.60 53.43 2.04 m All we want to tell you is that our buyers have just re- W

be made I. C. Ellis appeard before i Linadale 33.67 33.61 -

the board and said that he had Cotton Plant 63.51 65.40 4.11 turned from northern markets with the largest line of
more pupila to convey from Anda- Totals 1679.29\ $ 408.93 $1270.36
hula to Citra than one wagon could The superintendent reported that ,

carry, and that there were so many he went to Silver Springs as directedby
in Central Florida.
more than either he or the board expected -i the board and found 12 pupils
when he made the bid, that there, all three miles from school '
I Our Line Consists of All Materials Manufactured into Clothigg.
he thought the board. should pay and made arrangements with Mr.

more a* he would be compelled to Smith to bring them all into Ocala. '
put on He also reported that he and Mr.

The board agreed to pay Mr. Ellis Grantham went to Anthony and

|20 per month, the present contract found the school house, in delapadated We bought heavy in this line, as We are able to suit any Man or The cold weather is coming, almost -

for an of fourteen condition Boy ina suit this season. Our line here but we are glad to say
price average unfit to be used without the Weather Prophets predicts a very
is without a doubt the most varied that we are fully prepared to meet it.
pupils and f 1.50 per month extra for repair, and authorized repairs to be
long and severe.cold Winter. in the city. Our line of Men's Pants is the
each pupil averaged more than four- done to the amount of 76. largest and most varied we have ever
Our line is made of the Our counters and tables are loaded
tetn. Respectfully, up very had. Our buyers certainly knew

Mosley Hall was granted permits \V. D. CARN, latest fabrics' in Water-Proof and down with the best clothing ever their business, as they bought the
I seen at popular prices. latest patterns as well as the best of
Jo end hIs children to the Citra Secretary.First .
r cbool. Snow-Proof Coats also the kind that We have all sizes and 'colors in goods.

I Annual Report of Ocala Band of Men's and Boy's S 't s. All, you have Our sizes cover all persons wearing
The superintendent was] instructedto keeps the cold weather- from gene- pants we can fit the little tot just
Mercy.In to do is to tell us your size and you
order twelve yards of blackboardfor getting into breeches "th e man
presenting this our first annual trating.We are fit.
pulling the scales to 400.
the Fantville school. :=|
report and balance sheet, the secretary have short, long big and little Our Boys and Youth's Suits will be We have an established reputation .
Some of the patrons of the Fant-
feels that a short statement as ones, in fact we are able to suit any subjects of conversation among the of selling all goods in our line cheaper -
ville school recommended J. B. than all of
little men as soon as they are seen. er some our competitors
to the growth of the B. 0. M., taken Overcoat this winter. .
George a* trustee to fill the place of. in an or Little Men! It will be to have admitted t h.BIg IS fact. Of course
from the minute book be suit-
V. Fant, resigned.The Our prices are lowest for the qual- your interest to look at our liner be- we make no exception to these pants.
able and interesting to the. committee. Remember that we have over 2500
board deffered the appointmentand I Ii It).. You can get a good Coat for fore purchasing.Men's pairs to select from. Our prices are
i. Our band was formed on June 6, Suits.................:$i.ooto $1t.OO. low.
the secretary is instructed to ask 1903, at Grace church rectory, presided $6.50, other.ranglDe from 3.50 to Youth's Suits .. .....3.00 to 8.00.Boy's very Men's Pants $1.00 to 5.00. (l't
the patrons to meet at school house over by Rev. H. W. Little as $1'.50. Suits..:......::: 11,00 to 6.00. Boy's Pants.:::: :. : :. : .20c to 1.50.:

and there make a recommendation.The .
president of the newly formed asso- D
Indian Mound school was allowed ciation. Twenty-seven boys and The above is only a very poor outline. of what our stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing really

to borrow four seats from the
Qrahamville school. girls were enrolled and silver badges is. The- only way to convince you, is to have your appearance 'at our our store, which will also be

presented to them by the president.A *
J. N. Wiggins and others livingthree I.ibY
few rules and regulations were R J
miles southeast of Ocala
before the board and asked appeared adopted which have been found to Come ancHet us explain our MONEY-Saving Plan to you. UJ

work well.
far aid to convey four children to the
On June 24 a very interesting spec-

Ocala high school. The request was ial service was held at Grace church,

refused as the board declared that it after which many other members ob- v THE BOSTON STORE

U not conveying and will not conveychildren tained badges. We then numbered e

from any place unless there
thirty-seven members and fifteen

i U cbool a Mifilclent number of to eight maintain pupils a as: ciates.I E9B9E: a: aaa: : : e8
Ind oo an average At a meeting of the band held Au- 8 2 :
by conveying; such pupils the I i (
gust 7, the young people were requested -
of maintaining a school is I
eiptn as many as wished, to pre-

rs ''aved. essays on "Kindness" to be sent No Respect for Color. !!!iFI!! ::!. !!!!:! ELI I 5!. lir J1ffi! f E
pare A Word of Warning.Is 1
Floyd Dudley was granted a permit in to the secretary by October 1. I in a briar patch beside the
and Lying
schoolA herewith given to reckless: I We have just received Fall line ofl '
to attend the Ft. McCoy our
On New Year's eve a large gatherlug drivers of automobiles I railroad track, gagged and with her i
letter from 4r. Carlin Long ofPatti inconsiderate .
of our members and their friends I and limbs securely lashed with
their arms
Island, insisting! on a school I met at the kindergarten when an interesting when henceforth sporting roads. straps which all but cut through the I l
machines out on country
was read. program was carried out tender skin, Clara Tippen a little
people in horse- lloE j
five They must give I. & 11AT
It stated that there were only
and sixteen new members and asso- driven vehicles a chance to get their I nine-year old negro girl who lives at

children and that one of his daughters ciates received their badges.On horses out of the way and ,past the 23 1-2 Wallace street, was accidently I l ,

could teach the school. April 9, 1904, a meeting, largely machine by slowing down and if nec- discovered by an unknown person

The superintendent was instructed attended, was held at the armory and walking along the track in the rear (a I

to notify Mr Long that five children when the prizes, etc., which were i essary coming to a dead where stop the roadis of the girl's home Thursday morn | The largest stock in Ocala. We give 'you

were not sufficient to have a school competed for for essays on "Kind- certainly so in places otherwise I ing. K the best values for the least; money 1mfi'J
: fenced on both sides or 1j
that an average of eight would have ness" were afterwards presented by prohibiting a driver from leaving the Almost lifeless from exhaustion and 'ID|

to l be made. : the president, and twelve new members road. Why, indeed, should he be fright the girl could hardly speak I Chambers Shoe Company
Mr. W. II. Pegram asked for permit also received their badges.On when first released. Her story when ,
for living
made to leave the any I
to send his children to the June 2'2. a melon fete was held mortal with an automobile, and if the finally told in broken sentences was I The One Price Ssase.i I

Orange Springs school, stating that in the rectory grounds ,and it appearsa authorities will not protect us I II unspeakably horrible. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA. ISi
proper j JE:
he had moved to Orange Springs. matter,of history that it was a suc- against uncouthness and highlanded I: Overtaken by a negro man she was ((52535 glmilj l lTOMSiiBgi l !! gacnaEgl! Ijf"

There were objections made to Mr. cess, though not financially. The disregard of the rights of other citizens beaten into submission outraged and 1-

:Pfgram Bending to Orange Springs.The proceeds were desired, as you know, there are other recourses. "Self then lied to the track by the fiend "

board decided that at he had for the purpose of distributing humane protection is the first law of nature," who evidently thought that the oncoming OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. O. BOX 374.

moved to the Springs he had a rightto literature to those unable to attain man's train would hide the signs of
is an undisputed right and any H. R. HUN TEJR
tta whool without a permit. it in any other way. to himself and those of whom his awful crime. After leaving his I I ,
The trustees of the Dunnellon Of course much more in detail victim for a few minutes the demon
for the time he is in charge.
.olroul appeared| before the board, and could be added to this very simple CHAS. F. SCHNEIDER. returned for some unknown reason-
of 1000 tot failed him-and I
asked for an appropriation and matter-of-fact statement but perhaps his nerve

a4 in building a new school house. there is no need to multiply words. Millinery Announcement.We cutting the straps which held the KEY FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING SAW FILING ETC

Tv rQI'ort*-*! that they had planned So far as we have gone our work wish to call the attention of child to the rails he hurled} her bodyin

toi-mrt a new building at a cost of has been carried out on the lines we our readers to the advertisement in the nearby thicket, Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.

fi'llJCi; that It would take 200 to $300 all wished for and we have the satisfaction -i today's paper announcing the millinery The matter has been reported to ,j' OCALA FLORIDA.

to furnish It, that the school'now of truly believing that many : opening of the E. K. Nel- the police and detectives are now at

h.* over one hundred pupils, and of our young'friends are faithful to Ion Company. The opening days will work upon the case.-Atlanta Journ IJ.

would have nearly two hundred if their pledge in trying to be kind to be Friday and Saturday and the pub- I al. M. MEFFERT. H, TAYLOR.

could I* obtained; The patrons all living creatcres and in protecting lic are given a very cordial invitation in number,, I 1- ICE&J. !
room load of babies
the balance if the them from cruel usages. The millinerfor I car UIOCALA l I f t I IYe
propo fd to pay On behalf of the committee.E. to call on these days. fifty-four and ranging from two to .
hn. nl would appropriate the 1000.After TATUM, Sec. this establishment has recently passed
of recently
----- five age
matter it was she years \\ will be ready: forCOLD
the where
con-lderins Marlon Baptist Association.The returned from through Houston, Texas. They were ,
appropriate $750 to assist the latest styles and also pur- STORAGE
decided to Marion association will meet studied in charge of sisters of chairty,

with the building. with the Ocala Baptist church Octo- chased a line of pretty trimmed hatsas and were foundlings from I I about November 1st, and!we solicet a share of your
rite treasurer' report was and 23. We are expectinga well as untrimmed ones. Everything New York. They were to be distri patronage. '3OCALA
v ber 26, 27 line be had I ICE &
as follow: and that ev- in the millinery buted in homes from Houston to
month. . .$ 25.48 good attendahce hope establishment. Don't forget .r _
Dal from last association will be at this Arizona, places having been found
in the
IlecfivtHl from 1.. L. Carney.levy ery church -Friday and Satur-
of 1W3Hectived . . . 335.15 i,represented. Ample arrangementshave the opening days for them by letter.If .
from comptroller been made to entertain all who -
redemption . '.. 236.56 has a cor- It will be seen from our despatchesthat baby's health is dear to you,
tax come. Everybody tell what to-do,
may Then let me you
Ilecelv*l from comptroller, invitation. If clerks will notifyme W. L. Douglas the well known Ere has racked its tender frame,
dial pain
... ., ., 137.OS been nominated by
tax redemption the names and number of dele- $3 shoe man has Just let "TEETHINA" ease the same. Cuisine First Class. Hates Reasonable

Total receipt .' .. .. 731.27 who expect to attend it will aid the democrats for governor of Massa- "TEETHINA" allays irritation,
... 718.51 gates
in the
IHltur.ed during montb.- greatly In locating them before chusetts. Every newspaper I aids digestion, overcomes and counteracts I

lUUnce . .... .. 15.76 us the convention convenes. I am also country has a cut of the distinguished I the effects of summer's heat, Refurgisrjed Throughout, Special Rates by Month.
) Treasurer1 report for the special requested to ask that they send the nominee and he is perhaps the most regulates the bowels and makes

f as follows of widely known man in the United and costs 25 cents.
dUtricU were approved and number of delegates teething easy, only
names societies. States. Advertising has made him _____

i the women missionary famous. The $3 Douglas shoe will :The attendance at the World' fair ". MRS. THOS. J. BARNES. PROP
E REC'T D'S'D. BALoeata Respectfully, .
29,63lalataah t become more popular than,ever. is increasing.: ,
'U.S9' 2O.OQ \ '\ D. CARN. now Ii i I 4
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ACE EIGHT THE ,OCAS.* B >"' '''f'' .
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and Clerks of I.ct1.i'At 11
$3.60; Rheinauer and Co., $11.23. Total ; Clyatt to the board of county commis- Mr. J. D. Ferguson supervisor of reg- Howell DanIeL \ Inspectors 11

1 [COUNTY C CoMMsNEgs.( $130.45. H. W. Long sioners showing the payment of taxes istration. Hogan E. M. a meeting of the Board of County )
Upon motion Mr. D. M. Barco was Hayse. J. E. Commissioners of Marion county,
"Commissioner in Charge." through error upon block L, when it of the Hogan.F.A.
1 awarded the contract delivering
1f Upon motion It was ordered that the should have been block M, the county ballot boxes to the several precincts in Hall. Henry T.t' Florida, held October 10, 1904, the

f The board of county commissioners request of Mr. Pratt be reconsidered:: having received the taxes lor the years the county for the sum of $35. Howard, Lee. following inspectors and clerk were

met Monday October 3. Present: H. and the matter referred to Mr. Pyles, 1897 to 1903, Inclusive. It was orderedby The board thereupon adjourned to. LewIs. Joe. appointed for the general election to
meet Friday, October 28, 1904. :Moon W. W. 1001
November 14. :
W. Long, chairman and CommissionersE. be held
with power to act. > the board that a recommendationS S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk. i Moon. W. F. i

1'I 1 L. Wartmann, J. L. Edwards and N. Bond of J. W. Smoak, inspector- of be made and the comptroller requested Mathews, Alva R. District No.1. O4tt-BQX 1. Inspectors -

A. ForLlIinutel I Names Stricken from Registration List Reeves, J. W. : W. C. Jeffords John Pasteur
marks and brands was approved by to cancel the outstanding certificatesupon Laneaa.ter.
clerk Forney -
Williams ,
D. S. ;
; Reeves J. D.
of last read ,
meeting were the board. said block :M, as shown by said Notice hel eby given. that the boardof .
Iij Reeves T. H. .. .
and approved. The commissioners In special session Ocala Box 2. Inspectors
j county as a body petition.It county commissioners Reeves, J. C.. District No. 1.
Upon application of Howell and Bella visited the poor farm and thoroughly was recommended by the board as provided by law, revised the Reeves J. D. : J. M. Graham. J. A. Pittman.C. .

reduction was granted on personal examined the conditions of the same that the comptroller be requested to allOW registration books and the following Sistrunk, G. H. v M. Livingston: elerk. W. W Clyatt!

property from $5000 to ;4600. and reported themselves very much the redemption of lots 30 and 43, names were stricken therefrom by the Toliver Thompson., Henry.J. J. Rou DIstrict., R. D. Johnson No. %.Inspector B. P. Wilton: ; E Hrk 1 Dj,

The applications of T. L. Trotter and pleased with the progress of the poor sub of w i of Sanchez grant by Mai-! said board, and that the board of county Vaughan Willie. H. G. Hull.

j T. Bishop to sell liquors, wines and farm under the management of Mr. lory Liddon for the face value of certif-I commissioners,will convene in special Williams Tobias B. Distrlet.0.. 3.InapectorI: Cha*

beer In election district No. 24, havingbeen Priest, and which has been under the icates and omitted years' taxes with- I session on Friday, the 28th day of Williams Murphy. Gray, W. D. :Mathewa F. E. SmoaJt .
filed board at the T. J. clerk. J. K. Mlxson. -
with this meet- I Williams
i general supervision of Mr. Long. out Interest. October, A. D. 1904 at 10 o'clock, a. m., District No. 4.-InspeCtOTs: Chaa. B.
ing held In September, 1904, and having Williamson J. G.
The board thereupon adjourned until It was recommended that the comp- for the purpose of restoring any names Weaver, N. T. Miller, J. )(. Hudgen C. Y. Miller;

been duly published as required by law Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. troller allow the redemption of n% of which may have been erroneously District, No. 6.Camp Izzard clerk. D. M. .1reo.

In district No. 24, and there being no lot 6. sec 25, tp 14, r 23. for the sum stricken from said registration books. I J. W. Jordan. District No. Inspectors: J R Mc-

objections Interposed why the said J. L. Wednesday, October 5, A. D. 1904. of $8. the board believing the best interests And persons whose names have been District, No. 7.-Shady Grove clerk Gehee, ,J.Jno.J. Turner.C. Folks, W. II. Oilfoy;

Trotter and T. Bishop should not be Board met pursuant to adjournment of the state and county wouldbe thus stricken are requested to meet the Anderson Whltfield. District, No. Inspectors: G A.

permitted to sell liquors, wines and All members presentCommissioner subserved. said board at said time, to show cause i j Burley, Jesse. Petteway, W. S. Jordan, Willie Rosa

beer In election district No. 24, It, was It recommended that the Brown, Jas. clerk. William Thomas.
Pyles tendered his / was comp- why their names sho ld be restored to.
therefore ordered that a permit be i 'Hiller., Daniel. District No. 7.Inspectors: T. J.
services to the county in the matter of troller be requested to allow Mr. C. M. the registration books aforesaid.:
1 granted. :Mathews Jno., Jr. Barnes J. ;)I. DouglaM. J. H. J. Count;
the Ocala and road whichhe Livingston to redeem lot 7, Dunn's nw
Dunnellon in
District, No. 1.-Ocala Mathews, L. 0. clerk Walter Douglass.
Mr. C'arroway filed treasurer's receipt was entitled to compensation.It add to Ocala. for the sum of $25. Small, Scott District No Inspectors: Sam

: for (S3 on account of road tax was upon motion ordered that a Justices of the peace reported fines Anderson.Benjamin. Julius.Simon. District, No. Grahamville./ Grimes. S. J. Dillard ). D. Mitchell;

collection In district No. 2. clerk. J. W. Davis.
bill from Captain Pyles for $77.20:! for imposed in their courts as follows: J. Birdsey, S. R.. Jr. Davis. W. M.

It was ordered that the road known building one-half mile of fence on pub- :M.. Barksdale, $25; M. H. Rou. $500; E. } Biggs, F. W. :Mills, C. W. District ,No.J. Inipectori L. Grantham.: W.J. M S.McGahagin .

as running from Orange Lake to Irvine S. Smith. $20; R. S. Shortridge $25:! ; ) Burnett D. J. McRae, W. C.
I lic road on Orange avenue, be paid. Blain; clerk. Jno. L. Canny. Jr.
II Butler, S. B. :McRae, C. N.
I II I be accepted by the county. Mr. H. J. Klultho, an architect of Jack- H. W. Douglass, $25; W. 0. Wald, $356: Breedlove, C. H. DIstrict No. !"-Inspectors: J. T.

The Leesburg road petition, maps sonville, having filed designs for remodeling J. 0. Turnipseed, $5; W. F. Me White, Crook, Herbert. District, No. 12.-Salt Springs Lewis, A. W. Fort, J. A. Morw. cl rk.
and diagrams were referred to Captain Darin H. E. W. E. Martin.
$11; C. C. Priest $13. Cress, C. H.
) the old court house, they havIng -
Pyles, who Is requested to report at the Cline, W. F. Driggers M. D. District No. II.-Inspector*: P LDurisoe .
The following justices reported no
been duly considered by the board Fry N. P.
R. D. McDonald, W. T Hen
Cason W. E.
jI next meeting of this board. after having been maturely consideredand fines imposed In their courts: P. U: Counts,, C. F. Hastens, S. S. derson: clerk. B. L. Hkkman.

I; Mr. Pratt appeared before the board approved by George MacKay. local :Milligan: C. R. Veal Alex Wynne, W. Craine D. C. Hutchinson. C. A. District No. 12.-laipectors: W. P..

In behalf of Mr. McClendon, asking said W. Jackson, I. W. Boring. R. Bullock. Davidson D. E. Hutchinson J. A. Williamson. Calvin Long, John ).f'Rast.
architect it ordered that
Ii was Joiner, J. ILSanderson
Sr. clerk Jos.
permission to be admitted to the poor :M. M. Proctor J. W. Coulter. Dale, W. M. ; Bfedgett
designs be and the same are hereby S. G. District. No. 11-Incfttctors.: J. W.
I farm. The board -believing that :Mr. Mr. E. L. Carney, tax collector, reported Ditto. W. L. Smith, J. W.
adopted and H. J. Klultho be and he is Dickerson, J. H. Stevens, J. E. Thomas, A. P. Mon-
:McClendon was not a proper subject, collection of $6 on account of Weston, Jno. clerk. W. S. Prl tt
hereby employed to draw up plans and Edwards, W. S.
refused the request Warden, W. H.Waldron. District, No. U.-lMfctor J B.
II said extra polls collected. | Eastham, I. F.
specifications of said designs for
I In the case of the state against Tom I B. M. Hall, Andrew MeBM. D. M. Waldron

I.t Shuler referred by the board at the court house. And to Inspect and see I -- District No. 15.-LInadale. clerk. W. G. Jlegg

that when the contract Is made for remodeling Adams, Lee. District. No. 15.-latfwctors: J B.
last meeting to :Mr. E. L. Wartmann
the old court house that the WWVVWMVVWVWVVVVVTHIRD Clifton, A. ILDstrict Booth. C. A. McRanty Go. Drawdjr;
for Investigation, Mr. Wartmann havIng clerk. R B. EviL
.t work in every particular is done in accord No. 16.Citra
reported adversely as to the cost District. No. .-Inspectors: W. 3

.tt bill It was refused. with such plans and specifica- PUBLIC SALE Alderman, P. S. Crosby Geo. W. Bin, H G. Dunn.

tions. His salary to be fixed at 5 percent Crosby, J. J. clerk R. C. Douglas.
t Mr. E. P. Thagard applied to the } { Carter
W. F.
of the amount contract is awarded District, No. 17.-lMfctor: W. T.
board to hire Jete Jackson from Garrison
the E. W. H.
Forbes J. H. lIarv
B. It L itner.
for, 23 per cent. of which is to be OF y ;
county. After consideration It was ordered Heshman, Wm. ..... clerk." George Stuart.
paid said architect when contract for
.1'- that the said convict be hired to Hill Burney. District, No. 15.-Isfctori. F. M.
the building Is received the balance Harrell, J. F. Townsend II. N. Knebl
< Mr. for the of $100 and
Thagrard ,
to be paid in monthly installments.The Moody, Sol B. doe: clerk, N. J. Tew end.
J =r costs of prosecution. less the time he Milton, W. M.
board reserved 20 per cent. of said I Shortljorn and Hereford District No. 19.->lMf@c1or*: W L.
has served at 30 cents per day. -- Miller, D. A. Jr. Smltth Geo. W. Snow, H. C. Morrlion.;
amount until building is completed as Morris, J. :M.
The rules of this board were waived clerk. Frank Lytte.
provided by law In such cases. Xewnor, C. H.
and bonds to carry fire arms In the DistrictIapeeori: Go M.
After investigation of the applicationof Sturn. Wm.District. Butch R A.
SuuHfer. J. H
following cases were presented and licenses CATTLE Badger.
F. G. Sampson and others of the vicinity BREEDING i iTHE No. 24.-Dunnellon. elerk. S. J. lIcCuU,.
ordered issued: II. E. Martin,
of Boardman and Evinston, requesting } Griggs, Jno. DItrkt0. 2t.-I..ton: I. WNix
;:M. B. Burleson, P. A. Ausley, P. L. District J. L. Whkwnant. D E. Strobte.cierk. .
the board to the No 25.CandlerAllen
Wiggins, George McGahagin.D. Weathers J. A. Lucius.
sum of $200 to complete the road dIviding J. District No.
J. H. Seckinger J. B. :Mlxson, Jr., Arnold, B. F. 2t-Iasptcton: W E.
the counties of Alachua and Marion Allen. D. It Inr1n J. p. Btrron; clerk
A. A. Mathews, John H. Brooks. Baker R. F. I_. T. Hkkson.
respectfully recommended that } 1st 1904 Bishop, L. H.
The road petition asking for a road Tuesday November District No. St.-iMfeetera. g. aLov
$100 be appropriated to the .committeeIn Renbo, Alfred. '
H. P.ufuT
Parry Henry Shaw
o from Irvine to Southslde was laid over .
charge to be expended on said road, Benjamin, J. G., Jr. .eik. George Preettr.District .
until the meeting of the board In No I Bonewall B.
o as this amount will be all necessary to F. No. '..-1..*. ctoM: A J

a vember. complete the same. 4 Don't Forget the Hour. Benjamin, E. )t... Turner, W. R Misses, R H. San-l >r..
Upon motion it was ordered that the Nub OVIook A. M. Cross, A. R. eterk GaV.. N.*tHe.Distrkt. .
It was ordered that the levy for a : Chaffer, J. M. ..
following change in the public road be-| Be on Tiin Ne. JI.-I..ton T It"Prltcb
en special school district, known as Cot- i Estey, A. L.
made viz: Leaving, the present public Finney, S. G.' t. C. W. Qntek. tauc DeLug.elerk .
tage Hill district be and the same is ;. J. N. fanMIL
r road, known as the Ocala and Anthony Fox. J. H.
granted and a levy of mills Is also FIRST SOLD ARE ALWAYS ABOUT THE BEST. Gaskill District No. $&-I.** eof.. W Luff. ..
road where it ,
at a point intersects the
M< maR W. D. Bratefoor, 00. ,.
granted.Mr. I <*M"O
east line of mv!4 of ne#, see 5j tp 14. } Gardner W. T. elerk.S.E.C1vtIg.
frat E. L. Carney presented his final Huston. W. J.
I, r 19. e, thence running south on sub- District No. n.-r..,.ct.., P V

divisional line to se cor of nw% of se%, i setttlement, which after due examination I -.- Jones.Mitchell W.C.W.R. MHMg, It. W. 11"""**,, O. R P rr..
by the board, was ordered credited ; As usual everyanimal more; clerk. L W 4H ...
: -
"f sec 2, tp 14, r 19, e, thence In a southwesterly GUARANTY( : T ED! M Ha1fcashba1 McMahon, R. E.
upon his account. is : Ogden. D. B. District No. W.-I*frt.t: j. T
Is direction to the Intersection I 8ce at end of lurk. Henry
death Shaw. Jr.
The following pension applicationswere guaranteed against by O'Neal Harry. C K. Lttcttta.
3! 'with the Home Bridge and Wacahootaroad. I disease for six months from guaranty, with interest at 8 Perry tlerk, B. F. Frw.
approved: Cherry A. Perry, AllenW. per cent annum. Fred.
per .
date of sale. District Na 39.-lM
Pierce, J. B. ct..:: c r
Hinson, Harriet Harper. -'-- Priest Jr.. B. C. MeLc** W. R NU.
Mr. F B. Turner appeared in behalfof Pedrick, Jno. S. :.-.... _
U c derk W. V. Cba,.,*...
persons Interested In the Camp Iz- Plans for the CourthouseThe Sanlers, Tom. :" .' Di.trfctto..
M.-I..pu": M g.
ma zard and Ocala road viz: The part Intended undersigned propose to furnish Z C CHAMBLISS & CO Wilson Sutton,, Benjamin.C. J. Meser. J. M. T. Crt., M. P. rruin,

wl) to be made a hard road. After architectural services for the remodel- Wilson Henry. eJtrk, H. L. & k"&,,.

discussion the resolution previously Wallace, W. E. District No. JL-I.sj ...*..: Henry
an ing of the old court house as accordingto
Catrett. L. L.
Ocala Florida Wilson Harvey W. A. Ton ..
passed was read. and the conditions Wm., Jr. *
designs submitted at Ocala clerk W.
heAt Florida, Wilkins Elijah. A. Murphy.H. .
thereof not having been complied with, at the following rates For full
: pro- Welsh W. W. LGN., aHmaD.
the board took no action in the matter. fessional services including supervision Wilson, E. M.District. S. T. SISTKUNK, Clerk.

Pr 5 per cent. upon the cost of the No. 26.-Sparr

Tuesday. October 4, A. D. 1904. work. For partial services as follows: : Barter, Carl L. Lat.1t Plus' cf the Molla..f Cut
:Mr. T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, Englesby, W. R
Board met pursuant to adjournment. Preliminary studies, general drawingsand Hines, G. S. Although Judge WHU reftued to
reported balances, receipts and disbursements Giles T. J. Johnson Wm.
ted All members presentMr specifications. 2& per cent.; detail as follows: Isetts, Walter. Jackson. Wm. M., Jr. quash the first indietmeat against

ma Long made his report on the drawings 1 per cent.; supervision PAper Johnson, J. H. J Johnson Ashberry. Prof. Holloway the tate'a

for :Martel road, showing 654 yards of road cent. The above charges are based Road Fund Lawton J. R. Starke Wyatt. attor&ay
Balance last month.. had it nol
37 Lopez, Joseph. pressed and the
built and repairs made, to the total upon the entire cost of your building Stephens, R A. grand jury
Receipts. .... ..$ 471 02 $ 471 39 Lopez, Marzizo.
pre cost of J3S4.54. when completed, including heating. In Disbursed.. .. .. 470 77 Low, Arthur L. Taylor, A. L.District promptly found a seeoad oae Offlltting .

Ba Mr. Long made his report on the case of abandonment of the work the I Balance. . .. 62 MarkD.L. No. 27.-Eureka. all the objection raised! to Uw ftot.

for poor farm, which report is as follows: charges to be based upon the lowest J Mixson Elbert E. Brinson N. A. demand an immediate
County Proper j :Morton: Wm. D. Baldwin, J. S. trial. lie
Ad "I visited the poor farm September responsible bid, at 2% per cent. Payments -
Balance last month. 66 I Mark, V. E. Bassett J. E. will be defended by lion. Frank
cmme 30 and found a number of the Inmates are due successively as the workis Receipts. .. .. .$ 483 93 $ 490 59 Nelson. Booker. Bennett, G. G. Clark

unwell from the effects of cold. It was completed in the order of the above Disbursed.. . 489 80 Parker, Wm. A.Jr. Cooner N. M. of Lake City, and lion RobCW. .

tn thought best several days previous to classification. H. J. Klultho. Balance. .. .. .-. 79 Perdew, B. T. Dixon. J. P.Gall. Davis, of Palatka. Hea. Alexander -

elgiDru my visit to have Dr. Newsom to pro- The above proposal is hereby ac- Peacher, P. J. R T. St. ClairAbram of
F. and F. Fund Plater, Lewis. D. H. Jacksonville
fessionally visit the farm and cepted. H. W. Long, Chm. _
prescribefor Pike, Orlando. Done will assist Hon.
Balance last month. .$2438 72 this the 10th day of Benjamin P. Calhoun,
the sick, the usual remedies having S. E. Pyles. Receipts.. ... .. .$ 501 56 $2940 28 Reardon, Jno. G. A. D. 1904. October states
S. T. attorney In
T failed to give relief. which he did. The (Com. Seal.) E. L. Wartmann., Disbursed.. .. . 705 14 Reynolds Henry. Clerk Sistrunk the presecoWtm uf

ineeMb old negro man last sent to the poor John L. Edwards. Balance.. .. .. $2235 14 Redish, J. I. Bd. of Co. COHL, Marion Co.. Fla.That's the case.
Reardon John Z.
: farm in a helpless condition, who had N. A. Fort. The board thereupon adjourned.H. Sellers. Robert. No case in recent times ban createdBO

mosItw- improved somewhat, has taken a back- Tallahassee, September :27! 1904.It W. Long, Chairman.S. Smoak. G. H. FOLYNEY4I2wTA] much interest as the Holloway

set and it is only a question of time was considered by the board that T. Sistrunk, Clerk. Walker Sheppard J.. S. tor4Ud.-- ,. ...... Me .,..'......h% case.
when he will die. He is having all the
the -
: pay for registration officers be $1.25
liter F. E. Brokt Into His
attention that medical skill can give. per day and mileage both ways at 5 Special Session to Revise the Registration Yonge, R. E., Jr. H II.

the : The corn harvested amounted to 250 cents mile. ListOctober S. LeQninn, of Cavendish Yt.wa*
per District, No. 2. Reddick
Gefora bushels. There_ are 60 head of hogs on The petition asking for a road begin- 10. A. D. 1904. Where robbed of his customary health by

one division of pindars, 40 of which Brown, P. W. invasion of
are ning The board of chronic
: on the Ocala and Summerfieldf I county commissionersmet Brabham, J. A. constipation.

read : pigs. When the pindars of this division public road at its intersection with the *, In special session on this day. Boulware G. P. When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke

% are partly consumed, the meat south boundary of sec 25, tp 16, s, r 22, Present: H. W. Long, chairman and Cabaris Fred.Dempson We Get in the p into his house, his trouble was arrested -
hogs will be Alfred. Ganje and
separated from the stock e, running thence west on south bound- Commissioners E. L. Wartmann, N. A. now he's entirely cured

whic hogs and placed on another division. ary line to sections 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. tp Fort, Jno. L. Edwards and S. R Pyles. Davis Fielding J. W.H. J. They're guaranteed to cure, 25c. at

week Mr Simmons of Central walked over 16. s, r %%. e, be granted, and J. L. The board was called to order by the Gordon N. A. Tydings & Ca's. raMr.

oRb the farm with me, enough to be able Whisenant, J. J.. Nelson and J. F. Bar- chairman and the following proceed- Goodwin. Walter. The husband's idea of fornilnre -

: I to get a bird's eye view of its lay, and rett be and they are hereby appointed ings were had, viz: Ion Glover, Joe.Irvine Wm.. "Let us be Comfortable." is, brother Bob Adams, of Lake City,

1r expressed himself as being well pleased commissioners to mark out the most The registration books being pre- Samuel. The wife's idea of Hon. Frank Adams, of

Ocal with it and Its management."The practicable route for the said road. sented by Mr. J. D. Ferguson, super- Johnson. Isam.McCullough of furniture la, Jasper was stricken with paralysis

date : :; garden seed planted some time visor of registration the board pro- John. "Let us make the house pretty." Wednesday

since has not come up well. Reward for Robbers ceeded to revise the McCullougb. Jesse The Pittman idea is I night at hit borne
same required "Let
us do and is
press MAs billed Hon. S. T. Sistrunk Ocala Poinsett Perry. both I now lying in a critical
you are to visit the farm Fla., Dear by law and the following names were Riley on the smallest condl
Ie I Sir-I have the honor to Henry. .. possible sum of I tion. He is
: as a body during your session I will not inform youa stricken from the list to-wit: Syms, Wm. moneyl" And this one of Lake City's most

elaborate In this report. Herewith reward that will apply to the safe- Tysen GabrieL is where we "get prominent young business
dr.rI (See List.) into the men, own
find a bill of expenses lor September robberies throughout the state as indicated Taylor Alex.Weathers game. Ing the water
Inspector and'Clerks of Election Jones. All works, electric fight
! in letter we ask is
annexed hereto which, on account of containing resolutions a chance to show
plant and other
1e sickness, is larger than usual: passed by the board of county The board. thereupon appointed inspectors District, No. Flemington that we can save you business Interests.

rhoach "Superintendent, $35; regular field commissioners of your county. The and clerks of election for the Anderson, KINDS of you money on ALL WASTED-A good turpentine woods
general election to be held on Novem- Andrew. HOUSE
hand $10; cook $7; washing and Iron- governor made the.reward for $100 for ber 8th A. D. 1904, which Inspectorsand Belew, W. H. FURNISHINGS. man at once; one that can bring sons*

ing. $1.50: P.'W. Kunze $22.22; Tydings the arrest and conviction. I have the clerks of the different precincts Edwards L. W. hands and control abor; no whisky
and Co.-$19.25; Ocala',Wagon Works, honor to be yours truly are as follows: Edwards, P. F. drinker need apply. Addresi E. J.

80c.:; Hubbard and' MacDuff, $2.55 j W. C. :H. Dickinson (See List.) Gordon Freeman, Chas., C. C.J.Gladney and H. Register, BrowpyjUe. P1*.

kE.. .Nix.. fert11 er..U.SO:- Dr., W., V.Kewsora v '-.:....-.. Private Secretary.A It was upon motion ordered that the J. H. -f J. A. PITTWH LOST Tuesday
clerk Iraw the warrants for i SOl pointer pop about
t f; 89; Mclver and MacKay petition. presented by Mr. W. W. the registration Gladney J. A. ; '-.' h."thherl eight weeks old
1 officers black
upon the certificates of ; Gladney E. C. .'-:-::T tflniGB fartL -::: and white
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'. THEATER IN 1aa.iM ." ", ..r.'. >.-," -_ _- .<-_ .-.- o.- _-_.. >'..

1 TICKET lorlda Deputy Sheriff Slain In His

,::. SWITZERLAND BURNEDSeated Wife's Presence.
r 0 Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 10.-Friday MARION HARDWARE COMPANY

afternoon Deputy Sheriff Garrett V:
fit Is Indorsed by Montana Labor Chamberlain\ was shot near his homeat
an Audience of Fifteen Tacoma .
by a negro while in a wagon
Organizations.OPINION Hundred People. with his wife. He died instantly.His DOORS SASH and BLINDS.
wife was prostrated and could ,
[ OF CHAIRMAN TAGGART. THEBE not talk. The information was re
WAS NO LOSS OF LIFE. ceived here by telegraph from Mican-

Ttli. H. Say Means the Electoral Vote Fire Occurred opy but no particulars were given. HARDWARE
Early in the Morning The-telegram
of Montana for the Democrats-Bacon gives no name or description
Hence No Casualties-Flames of the negro.
of Georgia to Make a Speech Started The people here
Behind the In are very indignant
Stage as the
# Tour in Illinois. Iroquois Fire. the sad bJS roads! crowds and have approaches.gone out to Sheriff guard CUTLERY STOVES and TINWARE. '

New York, Oct. lO.-Chalrnan Tag. New York Oct. 10.-Fire has destroyed Fennel sent to Fairbanks for blood
Bart, of the Deaiocrrtic national committee hounds.
theater; at Basle
says a
received notice today that labor Herald dispatch from Geneva. It was Excitement here is at the highest
[ organizations of Montana had indorl the finest playhouse in Switzerland. pitch.

the Parker and Davis electoral There was no loss of life as fortunate The deceased was very prominent-

ticket, which Mr. Taggart says means ly the fire occurred at 2 o'clock In r a young man of 30 years and married.He .
the .electoral vote of Montana for the the morning. was a trucker and farmer at T-.

"Democratic party. Modeled on Neuse theater in Vien coma. Agricultural
Senator Bacon, of Georgia, will na, it seated J.COO persons, containedthe Implements.
speak next week in Illinois, making latest fireproof appliance and FAIRBANKS IN WYOMING.
I speeches in the principal points in that sessed exits everywhere.

sUte. After the performance Republican Candidate, for Vice President
Senator Tlllman will also be in ills night everything was left Thursday in order Speaks. Iron and Steel, Rope, Belting, Packing: Pumps,

coil. and supposed safety the fire curtain Rock Springs, Wyo., Oct. 10.Thesun .

I Charles A. Towne is scheduled to being. lowered. The fire began as in had scarcely begun to peep over Steam and Water
speak at Paterson, N. J., Oct. 14. the Iroquois theater at Chicago, behind the rugged hills when Senator Fairbanks Pipe Fittings, Barbed

1I the stage and within a short time | commenced his day's work in
I TOUCHING SCENE. the safety curtain .melted-' Then the Wyoming with a speech at this place. Wire Etc.

I ftW'" spread to the stalls and galleries He was greeted by the playing of a .
Veteran Russian General 57cTs Famous the roof falling in within half an I brass band and a large crowd surrounded
I Troops Farewell. hour. | the speaker's stand, which
I Kharkoff, Russia, Oct. 10.-A touch. Two firemen had been erected near the railroad sta..
I tug scene was witnessed here when aIM were carried were to the injured hospital.seriously, tion. The crowd contained a numberof (ammunition and all Kinds of Sportsman Supplies.

I J-5 eneral Dragomeroff, former governor The walls of the theater .were very women and children. The air was
general of Kieff, bid farewell today tofbe thick othewise the financial loss would I chilly and the vice presidential candidate
I ( famous Fourteenth division which have been much more serious. i I. wore both hat and overcoat whilehe

fee led across the Danube river at the The theater vas insured for $15,OOOt spok& MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.
Uxe of the Russo-Turkish war. but .the scenery and wardrobes of the His remarks were directed almost
The old veteran was t so moved that artists were not. A valuable library entirely to the working class this beIng

be could hardly speak. Finally he and musical instruments and costumes an important coal mining center. .

|av" an crder for the division to form were destroyed. He presented the advantages of a protective -- AGENTS FOR -
around Lire in hollow tariff and cited the conditionsof \
a square and The cause of the fire was a short
i addressed the troops wishing them circuit in an electric light wire. 1893 and subsequent years to show .
uccc" tad expressing the hope that that under Democratic administrationthe Syracuse "' ----- -. :

ti.r ..11J do their duty 'as did their GREAT AUTO RACE. people have not the assurance of Planet, jr.
father on the Danube. He also a<3- work they have under Republican rule. .

rUM the soldiers to stand by 'each Contest for the Vanderbilt Cup Told Farm and
other end sacrifice ANGRY MOD PURSUES NEGRO. Chilled
their lives for' by Bulletins. .; / .
their comrades. The troops and the New York Oct. 10.-Testi, driving ,;. "
t: gas crowd of people present were a 90-horse( power imported machine, Made Attempt to Assault Wife of a o.'b.\ IGarden

; greatly affected by the general's words finished three laps (about 90.75 miles) t- Quarryman. $;m .
Columbus, 0., Oct. 10-A mob of Plows .
angry ; .
r Dragoir.eroff then kissed the colors over the Long Island course in today's ;'. : __ Tools.
; and the eolor-bearers, shook hands automobile race, in 1:16:29. His time ; quarrymen at Marble Cliff, near -- '''',... '-' "-.... :*>.' .... ..' .
here is after a. who attempted :: 1 ', r ?' -'
negro today ;
with the officers and then removed his was the best up to that point f.f1 ... iffi J
Puiby an4 bowed low to each battal-. to assault Mrs. Charles Fisher Cultivators.. '
to:!. murmuring: Arenta and his machinist were wife of the timekeeper of the Cas- Drills and Hand
thrown from the
machine and injuredas paris quarries. '
"Farewell! God bless
you and I
a result of a broken tire. Both The negro entered the Fisher
| bring back safely
you men were taken to the Nassau county and asked for a drink of water. When MARION HARDWARE COMPANY

hospital. :Mrs. Fisher went for a cup the negro ... ,
REVOLT. At the end of the fifth entered the kitchen and finding her .. .. .. .
round Heath alone -.. .-- -.w.. ;: '.--.........", .-" ----- --- ---. __ .'- ":;"'" .. .:_ _.' '. ,-_ ___- ..
was in the lead. He had covered the grabbed her and tried to throw -

, ... Fresh Trouble In German Southwest. 151.20 miles-In 3:01:03 l her to the floor tearing her clothing.She --
Africa Reported. broke .from the man's grasp and
' # Berlin Oct. 10.- Fresh trouble has : An unconfirmed report_ reached thejudges' started for a gun in the corner and Vrute8etanal.

broken out !in German Southwest Af : stand at Westbury that a spec. J the negro fled.Mrs. .....--- ...- .. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLERS
tator was run over and killed by Ga.oriel's -
rica. The Witbois tribesmen who had Fisher jumped into a buggy E.BIGGS
machine at Hyde park.It m
*herto been faithful to the Germans, and driving to the quarry, told her _____
are. in revolt was announced at' the judges' 1 husband.A ATTORSEY-AT-LAW. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Governor Leutwein in telegraphing stand at Westbury, at 11:30 a. m., posse Is now pursuing the negro. (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)
; ::1-4'thl. news to the government says the that one person had been killed in the The police from this city have been OCALA t FLORUA.

Witbois have attacked the station at automobile race. sHeath to the scene in a buggy. Feed and Sale Stables
KD ,
Kuls on the Fish river and are report. Assistant.
fd to be attacking the station at Ho- wins the auto race and tEe STOPS SUNDAY WORK. DENTIST.Over .

achban. As all the \\1tbois! who were William K. Vanderbilt cup by one minute Munroe &Chambliss Hank.Ocala.Fla. We carry' the most completeline
with the German forces at Giberon and three seconds; and it is believed Crusade by Law and Order League at -
| have deserted and envoys have gone that many records were broken. Lexington Ky. M. THOMPSON. J of Harness, Saddles, etc .
J __
f i to the Bastards, another tribe, to urge Heath covered the.last. and tenth i Lexington, Ky., Oct. 10.-As the re- *PHYSICIAN AND hCKGEON. J in central Florida, and will give ,
Ii' them to rl**. the revolt of the Witbois round in 12 minutes and 5 seconds:; sult'of a crusade started here last Sun- i
Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp. Montezuma.
|>- 1* a serious matter since they had i I Albert Clement second and Lyttle was day by the law and order league to OCALA. FLA.L'l'WIl our patrons the very lowest ,;
w J erto been loyal, and supplied recruits I third. Scipio fouled. stop all labor on the Sabbath Thomas j

for the native troops and were relied --. H. Boden, of Chicago, superintendent SPENCER. j 1 prices.Ve are thoroughly

on greatly as scouts. No explanations W. C. T. U. CONVENTION. of the Lexington branch of the I' equipped for fitting out turpen-
Armour Packing W. F. Garner ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
'- liven for the present discontent. company; -
Georgia Order Gathers at Eastman. and J. E. Proper, bookkeepers of OCALA. 7-8-y FLORIDA tine and lumber teams, gear,

DIES AT HOSPITAL. Five-Day Session. the same institution who were caught 4. .t -' '
.a working oa books last Sunday were E. CHASE, wagons, etc.We :
I .
Eastman Ga. Oct. ID.-The first J I G: I. 'Iii y
i fined 10 each today in the police
Robber Fatally Wounded Ovar
meeting of the twenty-second annualstate DENTIST,
court. always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
of Spoils. OCALA. FL
Italian convention: of the"oman's Chris, The fine was assessed under the law Buggies/and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
New York Oct. 10.-An I
tiara Temperance Union of Georgia was .
North .
Side Court 11 on***. Ocala. Flit
of the _
picked! up by the police on the East held here In the Methodist church. is the pARLOS L. SISTRUNKV +
Side 1* dead at a hospital from a pistol The convention will be in session for first punitive result of the crusade -. -- -
shot through Identified the body.of the He wasrarta'Jy the next five days. which threatens to spread. Room, Masonic Building Ocala. Kla. $ b2i ..e....s..se.s.__,
: as one gang The annual address: of the state president ssiuiN
*ho shot a countryman to death and Mrs. Jennie Hart Sibley, will j BELIEVED ALL ARE DEAD. ---- --- H
mortally wounded two others In at. \ We keep a full stckof_ .
be made this evening. Mrs. S. M. D. -
. Umo i... to rob them near Brewsler,'(, Fry, national corresponding secretary Miners Who Were Imprisoned In a UNIVERSITYOF LOOK FOR .

". I., late Thursday night. of Illinois; Mrs. Lydia: J. :NewcombComings German Coal Mine. Old Joe .
F The robbers descended upon a cabin of Ohio; Mrs. P. E. Taylor, Dessau Duchy of Anhalt Germany, THE SEAL
filled with men employed on the of Oct. 10.-It is now known that all of '
of New York, and numbers others of : Old Velvet
New York city reservoir work and fled national and state prominence in theorder the 18 miners imprisoned by a sudden e

after the shooting, having secured will be In attendance on the inrush of water and mud in the iieo- FLORIDA .

"00. meetings. Dr. J. B. Robins will preachGave pold Brown coal mine near Koethen on Old McBrayer, .
The man who died here is believed the convention sermon on Sunday. Thursday, are dead.
to have been wounded in a quarrelover | The bodies of the men cannot be. Mark .
b. the division of the spoils. HaI HEROIC YOUNG WOMAN. reached. I .
was crawling along the street when S .
* found. i Elected to House of Commons. fiRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR .' Old Charter,
f L Her Father Gun to Defend Hlnv London,'Oct. 10.-Harry Marks, chief e .
self With. owner of the Financial Sews of this I e
f Report Shows Large Increase.fe Camilla Ga., Oct. 10.-The sequel ta city and a former :New York newspaperman Mt. Vernon,
fe Minn, Oct 10.-The Chicago "QfvT'V'TT. A New Gymnasium .
Paul the terrible tragedy in wElch Kim has been elected to represent the ..DvJl/ splendidly Equipped
t Milwaukee and st. Paul ran way'sInnual olW99,919 Smith and his son. John, were killedThursday Isle of Thanet in the house of corn A Large Faculty of Most I Cascade and II
shows a surplus MIND Scholarly Specialise.:
at Faircloth,
evening provesMiss mons, though by a greatly reduced
r $ for the fiscal year ending that Jennie Gillenwaters pcef.mistress.to majority, succeeding the late James MORAL*. sound OurMotto Morals: the- Basis '' "\.
30. 1901, an increase over of Good Citizenship. Other High I
June be a heroine. Lowther The votes were; ,
: of $182.336.
r of preceeding year When the Smiths advanced upon her Marks Conservative 4,041; King, ASJtsss: THE PSSSEESI. Lake City,Fla. -
DIES*UN fTEivvtcD.Woman father and after they had shot at him Liberal 3,662. I Grade Whiskies. :

she went Into the rear of the store and -
Christian Scientist Would Not getting ,a gun. which was loaded with Cabinet Place For Russell. .

Send for Physician.Savannah. buckshot handed It to her father saying Jackson, Miss., Oct 10.-Much interest Jerry Burnett, I g Headquarters for =
.t is manifested throughout MississippI
Ga.. Oct. 10.- : "Here pa, take it and protectyour *
Cook, wife of T. L. Cook a lumberJar life at all hazards." In the rumor that Colonel E. Merchant I I Anheuser-Bush Beer : 1
inspector of the Phllton Dodge Lumber Taking her advice he opened fire L Russell vice president of the Mobile ,

died at her home In west on cia antagonists and shot them down! and Ohio railroad, may be tendered a
Company position inthe cabinet in event Judge I I Bottle and :
Savannah without the attention of a In their tracks. ; Tailoring. Draught, :
Parker is elected. If the Democratic
until co late that the one ,I The whole country side are loud in -
ticket Is successful Colonel Russell
secured by her husband found their praise of the plucky young -woman : list. Trade
finally could secure the solid Indorsement of Ocala, Florida. Write for price Jug a Specialty We
to administer remedies.3lrL In coming to the rescue of he .
Impossible Cook would not send for a physlelio father. i[ the Mississippi Democrats for a cabl- Finest Imported and want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

when she suffered a hemor She Is the recipient of several complimentary : net berth as he Is highly popular Domestic Cloths. I

She was a Christian Scientist, letUr regarding her aerol throughout the state. Cutting a SpecialtyFits I
rhage. I WINE ROOMS t -
gad thought no earthly aid could help action. I II (: Killed Wife and Himself. Guaranteed.E0LENIONEYM4AR. OCflU HOUSE II at

leer.r It was stated that threats are beingI .. New York. Oct. 10.-Believing he
r 11 Not until her husband got home did I I made ty the Smith faction to kill Gil had been dec lced by his wife, Alfred I OCALA FLOID(1!? ( ,

he discover her condition. It was i lenwatec if he doesn't die. In cast Fryer shot i.e'f fatally and then blew i
, hours after the hem he lives the grand Jury of Mitchell I early their .
cot until then, I out cia brains today la : O
(. orrhage, that -a physician! .was called.* I I county will not Indict. him., t{I! horns In N .art, N. J, tee. ,.. .t Pr.. y PuuIl'OD1al'
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COtS TO THE BOOKS BND CITES THE 1 eastern portion of the county, including I WAS BRIDE: POISONED OF' ___
FIGURES.To the town of Orange Springs, I
Husband Is Arrested on Very Grave -a
the EJitor of the Ocala Banner
the valuation of the real estate for
Charge. rti
The board of county commissionersAt 1903 was $12,110; for 1904, 11SSO, a Spartanburg, S. C., Oft 10.-Four au.AfflT

their September meeting by resolution decrease of $230; township 12, range I weeks ago Bert Gregory arid :mss Be*

said that they had raised valuations 22, which embraces the town :'f Citra, White were married in ITn'"n. but .
now the bride! IVs st th c TV it of
to the mount of $300,000 (home of one of the members ct' the J
death acd tr hntl'a'l's. .an: to I am compelled by a sense of gratitudeto

throughout the county. The assess- board) ; orange groves, which were jail on tie chargcf IT:; DOne has doe fp !*a case of Contagicus BIooc
ment rolls were called for by Mr, R. claimed to have been raised 3per; her. POlson:1.., :g ether s-mptoms I was severely I .

L. Anderson and others for examina cent, the real estate on 1903! ) boobs is Sunday tint O'rry: v nt to t3 af-iCtt.i\.iili Rhev:::;.atisr, end got' :.. l
home of Dr. C'. u F Jaj'-joi" amt ask. almost post gu:' g. The disease>rol a firm : S l r. i s ,.
tion, they were not produced.The $56,060; on 1904, 5-55,950, cf which $2, ed for three tcsc.: of cal--:,plf--r himself hold upon my sstc'ni; nvbiooc w:s thor
stated that the poisoned ,;iili the virus. I lost in
assessor footingsof oughly
110 items decreaseof
are new leaving a and three for hs: ffi.o wulci v ers
weight, was run down had sort ::raroat
his books would show an increase $2,190; township 12,range 21,which giver hir.Tuesday. eruptions. splotches and other evidences P' S Y'.A

f:200,000 outside of Ocala over the last embrace the towns of Orange Lake, night! Dr Jlc\son vas summoned of the disease. I was truly in a bad shays ;
by tea tvsbsnd.: who said! his when I began the use of S. S. S., bat the
assessment, but, when questioned, \iclntosh and Boardman, with fine persistent use cf it brought me out of my ,,
wife was not o-e: !! 3..j lioiediately: : tt si T o #
Admitted that half of it, or $100,000, trouble safe and sound and I have the -
stock farms and hand-
orange groves on seeing ti? pafit th? -bysciaD
courage to publicly testify to the virtues of .
wa obtained by new assessments.I some residences and business houses, declared she :'ad been 1'o's,:ned your great blood remedy, S. S. S, and to }

shall show that increase in Mrs. Gregory rnied! that! she! had: recommend it to all bloo+f-poison suffer
any real estate on 1903 books, $100,340; on
taken no medicine except from her ers, sincerely believing if it is taken according -.
the aggregate was from new assessments 1904, $107,010, from which deduct new to directions, and given a fair THE "BLArtESLEE"GAS
husband but had noticed that the first
trial, it will thoroughly eliminate .
and not from an increase in every
items (not on 1903books$7,390) leavesa two doses of calomel tasted as usual particle of the virus. runs Cr;xiuN.I : tad GASOLINE ENGINES.

valuations. decrease of $730; in township 12, but the thir3- had been"ery bitter. i I Stark Hotel, Greensburg, Pa. : Stand Supreme for Simplicity, Durability, Ease

Under our present system, when ranges" and 20, embracing Flemington I iI I i I and Economy of Operation.

; lands are sold to the state they are "POLICY KING" GOES FREE. Painful swellings in the groins. red crap" ; WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala. 1 -
and the extreme northwestern
I tions upon the skin, sores in the mouth J. P. CAMPBELL, State Representive, T
thereafter omitted from the tax books portion of the county, there is a de- Albert Adams Millionaire, To Be Released ,i and loss of hair and eyebrows,are some of Ocala, Fla.
until redeemed. In from the symptoms of this vile disease. S.S.S.
making redemptions Prison.
crease of $2,670 on real estate; take is an antidote for the awful virus that j
through the clerk's office the township 15, ranges 19 and 20, which New York, Oct. 10.-Albert Adams, .l j attacks and destroys even the bones. 4V tAAAAfMAAAA # I S
known for years as the "Policy Kins"of S. S. S. contains no Mercury, Potash or
clerk not well collect for the I
t can very embrace Martel, York, Cotton Plant New York will be released next : other mineral ingredient. We offer|iooofor

I current year's taxes in advance of and Early Bird, a section where tim- on.Tuesday morning from Sing Sing pris proof that it is not aMe.absolutely Home veget-treatment PHONE 34.! WATCH FOR THE BLUE ViAGON. / PHONE 34.

. the tax levy. ber lands are selling at $10 per acre, book giving ,_ .. Of'

: The assessor by May 1 has his books I find that on two tracts of phosphatelands H*! irw sentenced under the "policy the symptoms and \\ t" arty prelr.rrd 'It fur
! to less
aw not than one year and other interesting
well under way, and can not very the' valuation was increased not more than one year and nine valuableinfor- OCALA ui.b OCALA

well undertake to put lands on that $10,500, yet the footing of the tax I months. The full term would not expire mation about this
i disease mailed ICE & ICE & ,
r hive been redeemed, say from May 1 books of 1904 on real estate in that until January 1, next, but on com free. Our physicians IOH

t to >ov. 1, therefore all lands that territory is only $7,520 more than mutation for good behavior, it expireson advise free tACIIHG y-j PACKING
Tuesday. .
those who write
I were redeemed from the state from 1903, making a decrease (outside of Adams is rated us. I
as a millionaire and
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ca. MPElNY On Silt'lt north ar COMPANY
" May I, 1903, to Nov. 1, 1903, should the two items named) of $2,280.If It is reported he .will sail at once forEurope. $"Hiur (fly or I"f"rt' .

have been assessed on the 1004 books there has been any increase or .

for both years' taxes (1903 and 1904.) raise valuation of real estate outside -
The clerk's reports show that the of Ocala except the $34,500 on A Busy Man. LUIBER ..

Ft I face of the certificates redeemed with- four pieces or tracts of phosphatelands Mr.H..31. Flagler, president of the I ._ --

in the period named amounted to3,713.I5 I have failed to find it, Florida East Coast railway, is showing -

deducting one 'fourth for but found a decrease of more than more activity this year than ever ROUGH and

expenses, leaves $2,507.37 taxes represented $S,000 in the localities compared.If before in endeavoring to induce immigrants nltESsED # -..

,and allowing SIB per$1000 as the increase of $200,000 (outsideof to this state and in pushingon M L t

the tax rate, would show his work of development.He .
average Ocala) 1903 ob-
over footings was Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.
that the value of the property redeemed tained has opened an immigration bureau -
by raising over 1903 as-
ftl. : r 1. .
$135,960, but in many cases sessment, then what has become of in Chicago and in other western 1 I B. H. Seymour, This is the disagree

there were several certificates on the cities and is telling of the incomparable -
the $157,500 I have clearly shown Ocala, Ha.
tame tract so we will take less than advantages of Florida and is ,
should have ,been added by way of y rf31 1 able old fashioned
50 per cent and assume that these new and back assessments? trying to get the railroads leadingout 'r4y -

redemptions represent a valuation of W. W. CLYATT. of Chicago to give special low
wav to make bread.
3M, and when assessed for two rates to prospective settlers and has e .

years would add $150,000 to the tax Good Spirits. his engineers at work on the projected I"S

book Good spirits don't all come from extension of his road from the -S j

The redemptions in the clerk's office Kentucky. Their main source is the mainland to Key West. This great

from \ov.1,1803, to MayJ, 1904, liver, and the fine spirits ever madein undertaking is pronounced feasible ,

foot up $1,512.41'which,by some pro- the Blue Grass state could not rem- and before the end of the year it is

cm of reasoning, represent a valuation edy a bad liver or the hundredandone estimated that 5,000 men will be actively ,. :. "" .:: :'.,. :; '. r,

of 37,500, to be added to the ill effects it produces. You can't f
engaged on its construction. If is $
have good spirits and a bad liver at I
tax rolls as new assessments. the same time. Your liver must be it be completed it will rank with the UNIVERSAL BREAD MAKER

I find that the assessment on a pieceof in fine condition if you would feel greatest achievements of modern

phosphate land at Dunnellon was buoyant, happy and .hopeful, brightof times. -- -- -- -- <

Increased $23,7000 over the 1903'"alua- eye, light of step, vigorous and Chamberlain's This is the new and up-ta
tion. successful in your pursuits You can Cough Remedy. It WillPay

put your liver in fine condition by us- No one who is acquainted with its date You do not touch (
In this connection I wish to call attention way. w ig
ing Green's August Flower, the good qualities can be surprised at the .
to the fact that the odd num greatest of all medicines for the liver great popularity of Chamberlain's You the dough; takes just 3 '

bered lots In a given area are assessed and stomach and a certain cure for
Cough Remedy. It not only cures / minutes
at i:0,000, while the even numbered dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena to thoroughly mix
favorate household remedy for colds and grip effectiually and per- in You have any Real Estate
lots in same area are assessed at and knead with this
thirty five :years. August Flower will manently, but prevents these diseasesin to sell machine.
'10,( ". Without further comment, resulting in pneumonia. It is alsoa
make your liver healthy and active OR
this proves that there is no luck i in and thus insure :you a liberal supplyof certain cure for croup. Whooping Why don't you try one. .

"good spirits." Trial size,2oc cough is not dangerous when this You're thinking of .coming
odd number ; regular I lF Make life easier. We sell
bottles,75q. For sale at AntiMonopoly remedy is given. It contains no to FI' ri'U for a home, "
I hape shown or accounted for an
Drug Store. m opium or other harmful substanceand them on trial I, and the Price .
Increase in the footings of $211,200. --- .--.------ may be given as confidently to OR h7

I have had no opportunity to compare Parker vs Roosevelt. a baby as to an adult. It is also has been reduced toS2.00
< You desire to ingest in
the two years' books except in pleasant to take. When all these l IF ; any j.
Tom Watson says Roosevelt is a facts' are taken into consideration its kind of Florida property,
the few instances cited: Township 11,,
( better man than Parker. Joe Can-
not that
surprising people in for- \
ranges 23 and 24, embraces the north non, speaker of the house of repre- eign lands, as well at home, esteem J TO SEE- t' ; #;,. if

sentatives, who placed the hand of this remedy very highly and very few OR WRITE

the negro boy into the hand of the are willing to take any other after

Watch the Kidneys white girl, and had them, hands having all druggists.once used- it. For sale m by j. Ha LIVINGS T OII. & SON --Sold Exclusively by.Marion -- !!"

joined to pose as the closing scene of Hardware
Confederate Re-Union Sponsors and Company-
the Roosevelt convention, the
Maids of Honor
IN DANCER same thing. Mrs. W. Ii. Felton, -----

the most beautiful woman of the Miss Violet Harris has been ap- ,....O.OoOioeuooO'i
outh, touched with a feeling of pointed sponsor to represent the
compassion =
Dr.. ABERNETHT, the great English fcr her sex, insecure at homeon Marion Camp at the Confederate reunion $500.Given Away fill Goods Delivered free. Write fer Price Lls .

physician and surgeon, well known to all the farm or along the highways, to be held in this city Xov. 13. Write us or ask anAlabastine :i. .

physicians, sounded word of warning to Misses I Johnnie Liddon and Jessie dealer for o .
and speaking for every farmer's wife nil particulars and Free sample card ofcs1wi2.
the medical profession and to all mankind .
when he uttered the words: "Watch the in the cotton states, declares she pre- Palmer. have been selected -to act as t.
\ \\) E. .
of honor. ?
kidneyt; whets thty ors affected lift iti feres Parker to Roosevelt. Tom ,

dander" Watson says he prefers Roosevelt to There :will be quite a number of THE SANITARY WALL COATLN9. c a .
It it the duty of these organs to keep Parker. Cabot sponsors and maids of honor attend- Destroys disease germs' and vermin. .. .
who Never
Lodge, insertedthe rubs or scales. u
our blood strained of poisonous Impurities -mix with cold Beautiful
ing the -union from different water. effects .
that are capable of causing the most fatal negro plank in the republican partsof on walls and m white and delicate tints. \1. :

forms of disease. Wlen they do not perform platform, says the same thing. .Tom the state and the committee is hot-NOT water a disease glue-breeding preparation., cut-of-daw Kalso- ..I q 7 ytR t J

their work properly,then trouble !a Watson says he does not fear the making arrangements to make their mines mixed with bearing hot water fanciful are stuck names on WIth and .I .

I tome form is sure to follow sooner or later, visit a pleasant one. elite, which rots, nourishing germs of .. .
"nigger-in-in-the-woodpile. Every deadly diseases and rubbing and seal-
and if neglected, death will follow. iIg.: spoiling walls clothing and furni ... .
farjner's wife in the cotton belt of Sans Peur. ture. Buy Alabastine m 5 lb. pigs., I
Some of the most .
Important symptom properly labelled ot paint, hardware ..
are, aching In the back or hips swollen tae south says she does. Tout Wat- J. Emmett Wolfe, of Pensacola, and drug dealers. Leaflet of tints, I
Hints on Decorating,"and our artists' .. : == _____._____
anklet, puffiness under the eyes, dry or son says he prefers Roosevelt to who was named by the executive ideas free. AUBiSILM CO,105 liter St..I r, -v- -
01 VIIU.ICs.11 _
furred tongue unnatural appetite and .
Parker. Booker Washington sa"sthe committee as a candidate- for state '
frttt thirst,weakness and lost of weight, For sale by Melyer Macka, H.,B. Masters.FUNERAL t. r e k- {
Mdlment cloudiness la same thing.-Louisville Courier- superintendent of public instruction, ... '. _. ; S
_: or the urine, 41"* .v -<-. -- .
oeM of the skim_or strong perspiration, Journal. is one of the best known and most I &

r disorder of.the stomach and Iher.. Confessions of a Priest. popular public men in the, state. He -J/Cr.v. L mtt:. P t { :. 4r&d
All the above symptoms do not appear has represented his in both
la Mia end ill kidney,diiordin Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., .
say one .
branches of the legislature, has held :
will noi'present the same symptoms. writes: "For 12 years I suffered from f iiiij .

There Is nothing t.hato quickly and yellow jaundice, I consulted a number various public offices and dischargedthe t.

rarely make tht kidneys right uFourr't duties of each successfully and : ,, -
of physicians and tried all sorts t. .
bUY CUD. It Is a preparation the : ably. There is no cloud upon his

tat knew remedies .... bj the r world's of medicines, but,got no relief. ThenI public.or private life, and his demo- Fori..:Cora $2O0.Id .
celebrated It is began the use of Electric Bitters CorD tl itler.lt;a.UO.. M
most kidney specialists. g" QQ lahi(
and feel cracy is of the staunchest character.De ? DIRECTO ej 12.00 to--UOO.- R'y 1.1.00. Apple aDd aalley
that I
endorsed tad wed am now cured of > Peach &
kj physician >/thoa- a '; ;f >111' 's. ,3tu.kp P Ida $3,0.
tudi. It ku tared m&I1 Una,&all while disease that had me in its grasp for i Funiak" Bree seN. *<-? 1 a cfl08totHeeJ r Expte68 BoweuT 'f X Ryes 13.20,

U clot H will 12, years, t'lf_you want: ,a .reliable : -- .i Have"f. f; p Moue Qrden. '
cart hopeless CUM, pi : a full stock of Coffins.
Miss Jessie Caskets ,
medlclno for liver Owens, of Spany'his: :
aid relict and kidney trouble
rent fatal kidney trouble girt!
and Burial BOWEN
.r-.ena the lug stages of ttcbl1 dlswar stomach disorder or general debility gone to the"World's. Fair at St. Louis, Outfits. Special given to t Ii. COMPANY

get Electric Bitters. and Burial services.
4: Its guaranteed will remain there until the closeof t
Poltofre Drug Store. by Tydings & Co.
Only 5Oc.j the
exposition. 1111Iig to Order I : 14O'E. BAY ST. ?ACYSln

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FIGHTING IS KILLED HIS BABY SISTER. NOTICE OF ELECTION la the Courts of Record and bit "Section 20. The Legislature hH not NOTICE OF ELECTION. 1 i '

all criminal case originating la tha Or pass special or local laws In any of the
: tVheresj. The Legislature of 1902. tinier cult Co-arts. The court shall have the enumerated that Is to .
pow. following case; IaJ't
To the Sheriff of Marion coaatyjof the UU ot'
Remarkable Case of Infantile CrimeIn the Constitution of 1SSS of the State of er to Issue writs of nm.rnfnnf. certiorari regulating the Jurisdiction and duties o4 Florida: :-

YRAG1NGIIVAR Florid d4 pan seven Joint resolution prohibition quo warranto. habeas oorpo any class of officers or for the punishmentof
EAST New York. to the Constitution IT KSOWJf, THAT I. K. CLAY CRAW.
proposing amendment and also an writs BE
necessary or proper tIthe crime or misdemeanor: except for th FOKD. Secreury of aut ot U>* lUte at -
i New York, Oct. 13.-Jealousy on the of the State of Florida and the tame wereMTeed complete exercise of Its j1U. enforcement of special local laws regulating Florida,do hereby give notice that a GetitralKlectwn

part of a boy two and one-half to by a vote of three-fourth of all Each of the Justices shall have power to;,, the practice of court of jnstleeproviding ; wit be hcUl IB Marion coast*. state
years the members elected to each bouse; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any part!, for changing venue of civil. aad of Florid on Tumdar vest succeeding tk. -

Japanese and Russians Ar In old against his baby sister, one month '::1' the vote on said Joint resolutions were en- of the State upon petition by, or on behalf criminal cases; granting divorces; changing first Monday in Oft1I1bcT. A.D. 1904. tile witS <

? old has led to the death of the tered upon their respective Journals, with of any penon held In actual custody and,, the names of persons; vacating roads: Tuesday being theEiIMIa -
and thereon., and they did determine make such writs returnable before Day of ccmW. .
ter yeas nays may .summoning and Impaneling grand and petit '
at the lat'l
Death Grapple. hands of the boy. I rind direct that the said Joint resolutions -himself or the Supreme Court, or any JI15-I'Juries and providing for their compensation For five presidential elector :.

The tragedy occurred in the family be submitted to the electors of the tice thereof or before any Circuit : for assessment and collection of For one representative of the lit coa,r *ttoaaldutnct -
of Nicholas [ State at the general election In November, and when not returned to the Supreme'taxes for State and county and municipal of Florida in the ftity-ninlli e-MrrcM
stAY BE A DECISIVE CATTLE Robinson at Nyack N. Y. 1904. Court an appeal to that court shall always I'purposes; for opening and conducting elections of the United State
( the lUte of Florid.
Since For gbvernor 1)
r the little girl came a nmtb'ago. : r Now therefore. I. H. Clay Crawford. 11e.SecUon for State and county and municipal For secretary of state ef the ute of Fterid

the boy exhibited many times Secretary of State of the State of Florida 1 U of article E of the Conltltuttoaof officers and for designating the places of For attorney general ot the Mate of FterUa.
[ North of ev
HihU Ycr.tal Have Cen idences to hereby give noUce that a the State of Florida Is hereby amended voting; for the sale of real estate belonging For comptroller the tate 01 Fiends

$ Held of jealous rage. When at 1 GENERAL ELECTIONwill so as to read as follows: |to minors estates of decedents and of For treasurer of the ute of Florida.For -
; Alternately by the Russian tempts : "Sec. 1L The Circuit Courts haH have upe-inten4ent ol piMic iatUocMM oi
were made to Interest him In persons laboring under legal disabilities;
In Florida
be held in each county I
the state ( Florida.Porcommi.ioDfr.
| exclusive in all o
Ifd the Jipanm-Utter the little the first Monday' original' jurisdiction cases i regulating the fees of officers of the Stat
one he next succeeding
'Offering frequently ran away 'In equity. Also in all case at law not agrteufcart of the Kite -
ad or county or municipalities; giving effectto of
bx November A. D. 15M the Tuesday Florida.
crying and cognizable by Inferior courts, and In all -
once he up3et the cradle. informal invalid deeds wills legitimizing -
' ttwfcborn Resistance.fit being the leases or or ; Fur one justice of the wpctme orartef the
t Finally he left Involving the legality of any tax. u. children; providing for the adoptionof state of Florida for sti rear :
was alone for a few ''
EIGHTH DAT OF NOVEMBER 'eessment or toll; of the action of ejectment, children relieving minors from legal Forthvecjv4cr.of the.prcm. court" the
I' '.'.'.r- Get. n.-Tbe battl" minutes In the room where the baby for the ratification or rejection of the sale I and of aa actions Involving the titles 01'i'disabilities;;and for the establishment of state of Florida.

l)9W lUaUtrB Continues to rag' along lay asleep. The boy was playing witha |otnt resolutions proposing amendments U, boundaries cases not of cognizable real es.tate by and Inferior of all courts criminal .:j,ferries." 01 For Florida.oat railroad ccmmiioaer for*the Matt --

ttt .tft Uufit aDd according to General small bronze statuette. Suddenlyhe the Constitution of the Stale of Florida',and original Jurisdiction of action of ford-;:'I'I Section 24, article 8, of the Constitution For two members of ihchcuM af repre eta. 1
its: i of the State of Florida is hereby amended
t' live ol the state oi t1ond&j
lbe! entry and unlawful detainer., and ol
Kuropatkin's latest advices sent cried to his mother: 1 I : so as to read aa follows: For county judge.
such other matters the
as Legislature
hit Bleat after the fighting of the "Hurry! Look at the baby!" I ARTICLEXI!. i They shall have final appellate maJpro4de. I i, "Section 24. The Legislature shall establish For For shenfl.clerk of the rirtut court.

411 U4 *nd*i the Japanese were She ran Into the room and found ____of_ I[(Jurisdiction arising in the in County all civil Court.and criminal or before cases the< & uniform It shall system divide munIcIpalItIes of county government Into- For For tax county collector.assessor of taxes.

- tt1bQrDll holding their own. offer the statuette covered with blood. The That the following amendment to tn,'County Judge and of all misdemeanor!,classes of not more than four on the basisof For county treasurer.

1st A desperate resistance and adtn. baby's skull had. been fractured and Constitution of tha State of Florida be,1''and civil cases tried In the Courts of Record population: It shall establish for For tMtpenntendeat of public taructj .
|.ch class uniform of
and the same Is, hereby agreed to and of Judgments or sentences of any cunicipal >, a system government For county surveyor.
adTsj ed their positions. After she was dead when the doctor ar shall be submitted to the electors of the' court. and of all case arising before ,; ; it shall provide for the re- For five county comD 01ttn.

. ta alt dy flht above Yenta where rived. At least six bruises were Plate at. the general election In November, Justices of the Peace in counties in'Incorporation of each now existing mucldpality For three members of the coutay board(
\ 1304. for ratification or rejection. which there Is no County Court or Court; and for the Incorporation of each public instruction.
: tiM Raulana sustained their first found on the head all of which were Section 6 of article 8 of the ConitltvOon Of Record. and supervision and appellate;i hereafter to be Incorporated municipality Forjost'ceof: the peace in and fjr.tac fellow

t ehKk the Japanese still held that pottUoa. struck before the mother was called. of the State of Florida Is hereby Jurisdiction of matters arising before County 'into' one of coca elasse*. and no law r*> in Number justic districts. vIa:

t Tie Infantry After an Inquest the said amended so as to read aa follows: I Judges pertaining to thetr probate Jurisdiction ,'latlng to the creation government or pow Number two.
" practically was coroner : Section & The Legislature shall providefor or to the estates and interest ol I f'are of any municipality or number ef tra-! Number three.

i encased, the artillery bearing "It was a remarkable case of infan the election by the Qualified electors of''minors, and at such otter matter a* thi i cMpalltles less than the whole of a clau I It Number four.

fee brunt of the fighting. The tile crime. The boy evidently thougWte : each county of the following county officers ,'Legislature may provide. The Circuit t shall be valid." Number five
Japa- Courts and Judges shall have power tIssue
Itst ituck to their gum and the Rus- had been supplanted in the affections A. :nerK_ oi. me.L ,1nu1t"oun____h .__ a onerm_L _, wrtts of mandamus Injunction QU
I lUft batterl&s were unable to dislodge of the parents. The latter de Constable a County Assessor of Taxes, a ,warranto certlorari. prohibition habeas:[ Number nine.
and all The votes cast compliance with t&14
I corpus writs proper or necessary
Treasurer Number ten.
County Tax Collector a County ,
then serve great sympathy, out I renderedthe a Superintendent of Public Instruction and to the. complete exercise of their -,proposed &'. and the eanvau Number eleven.

According to the advices receivedby only verdict possible that the baby a County Surveyor.: ticn.' j Section 24 ef article 6 of the Constitution i to the same regulation and r* Number thirteen
the war office here the Japanese was killed by her brother, whose ten The term of office of all county officerstnamtloned of the State of Florida Is hereby amended I'I trictiona as are provided by law for gtavnl Number lourteea.
In this section shall be fourIt.n.
t bold entrenched lines extending in a der age makes him irresponsible for except that the term of office of so as to read as follows: ,' election In the State of Florida Number Number fifteen.sixteen.
"Sec. 24. Upon the application of a ma-j In testimony whereof I have har uat4
semicircle north of Yental railroad the deed. Assessor of Taxes County Tax hand and affixed th Number sevent en.
Jority of the registered voters of any I set my great seal c4 .
Number eighteen.Number
t station erroneously reported to have When asked where his sister was Collector and County Treasurer, shall be county in this State the Legislature shaH the State ef Florida at Tanabusea, th nineteen.

for two years, until the'general election in establish in such county a court of reo-',capital thi* the first day of August X IX
I beta captured by the Russians. Thence after the funeral, the boy replied: November 1906, at which election they also ord. and there shall be one Judge for eachof Number Numper twenty.twenty-one.

I ,*hey hare a series of arcs covering tile "Baby has gone away." shall be elected for terms of four years the said courts, who shall be a practlo-j 1304.L. a) H. CLAY CRAWFORD.Jk5Ttarzof Number twenty-two.
I. each and thenceforth all county officers ing attorney at law and who sha.l1HI ap4pointed BUia. Number tweuty-threc. t
Ytfitat branch railroad. Including the section shall be elected lumber -
named In this for the Governor-and by twenty-four. -
by Marion
confirmed County.
C ; To Perry H. Nugent, Sheriff
mines whence their lines sweep south. ONE KILLED; ANOTHER HURT. terms of four years. Their powers duties tne senate and wno snail hold his office; Number twentyfive.Number .

and compensation shall be prescribed b) for four years. The annual salary of the twenty-six. .
MStvard toward the Taitse Number twentytwven.Number
river thus law. Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly ,) I -.
tcetoslGg the mountainous region Farmers In South Carolina Fight aDuoI by the county where such court Is' esjtablished. AT MERCY OF STORM. Number twenty-nice twenty-eight.

forming the triangle of their main po. ARTICLE XXIL. and shall be as follows: In counties -[ _- Number thirty. -
or lees than fifteen thousand popula-i Number thirty one
slttons General That the following amendment to the Canal Boats With People Swept Out For constable in and for the
: Kuropatkln's right Columbia, S. C., Oct 13.TuesdaynIght tkm. one thousand dollars; in counties of tMtawiogfettict
State of :Florida
Constitution of the be
strict vii;
from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand to Sea.
seemingly is carrying out a flank near Richardsonville, in the and the same Is hereby agreed to. and Number one. -
sixteen hundred
4 movement eastward a> reported by the western part of Saluda county, M. M. hall be submitted"1 to the electors of tbo counties population of from thirty thousand dollars to forty-: in New York Oct. 13.-While the Number twc. -
Number three
State at the general election In 1S 4. for ,
five thousand heavy storm which broke during the
population two thousand
eorrepoQdat of the Associated Press Morse was shot and instantly killed ratification or rejection. .\amotrtour.Number .
dollars: and in counties of more than fortyf.ve -, fie.
i at BhanptntaWre but whether it is and Will Henderson was wounded in Section 8 of artlce 12 ot the ConstitutionIs thousand population. twenty-four hun-' night was at its height three coal Number six, -1

hereby amended MO as to read as follows:::; dred dollars: and all Criminal Courts of laden canal boats each with a family Nnmb-v.vr. -y
intended to push it home or whether It the right hand, left arm and sprinkledwith
Section 8. Each county shall be required 1 Record now established In this State shall., on board, tore loose from their moorings Number eight.Number .
U oaly a 'elnt to cover an ultimate shot in other parts of his body. to assess and collect annually for the support -. upon the adoption of this amendment, become -; niue.

: attack against Field Marshal Orama'sleft. Both parties were white and the weapons of public free schools therein a taaot ; and be Courts of Record as herein in East river and swept down Number Number eleven.ten. -
not less than tree (3) mills nor more i provided and all officers of such Criminal through Hell Gate past Btackwell's --
has But yet developed. The lal used were shotguns. than Eftven (7) mills on the dollar, of all 1 Courts of Record shall be oSlcers of such TUmber Number thirtee.twelve. --

tf view Is heW by many officers Just how the affair started and who taxable property in the same. courts and discharge the duties and receive bland and into the wider stretch of Number fourteen. -

here who believe that Kuropatkla'spurpoe did the shooting will probably never the emoluments of such untfl the expiration, rive nrhere all trace of them was Number dft."IS. -
t, ARTICLE XXIIL of their present term of office." Number uxteta. -

Is to crumple) up the Japanese be known. It is known that bad That the following amendment t: th<, Section of article 5 of the Constitution:, lost. Number scvceq .

left. pug tLm off eastward from blood had existed between Moore and Constitution of the State of Florida be an
,. Henderson and it is said each had the same is hereby agreed to, and shall b so as to read as follows: i it some tugboat or other craft togo Number twenty.
the railroad and tken if he
can carry "Section 25. The Court of Record eaall] Number .
submitted to the electors : the State a J the of the
to rescue imperilledboats
the Ji>ant triangle compel them been carrying shotgun ror the otter the general election In November. A. D, tare exclusive Jurisdiction of all criminal Number twesly-two. -
time. cases not capital which shall arise laj: notified the ferry lines, the ferry Number twenty-three. -
to retire (n the direction of the Yalu for some 1304. for ratification or rejection. Number .
t"rDty.r.Number -
said county and of 9\1 cases at law la' -
Section 13 of article 5 of the Constitution 1 ; boats and the railroad tug boat -
From what be the twenty
can gathered
fiver than clearing the way to Liao which the demand or value of the property -!
shall be and Is hereby amended so an bread C twentr..u.Dmbcr .
wat'ih for them.
lines to
does not exceed thousand dollars
basis of the trouble seems to have one i .
fur of railroad -
Yang OIMeIioo the as follows: tWcDI'k..a.Number : '
.. __ _. and. concurrent with the Circuit Court,! ..
been of a domestic nature. auction 15. The legislature may organize twntJ- -
southward and Ku. .
poMlbly enabling shall have exclusive Jurisdiction of proceedings ; Number twehty-nne. -
in such counties as it may think proper Alabama Corporations.
relating to forcible entry and un-i, Number thirty :
to relieve Port Arthur which
ropalkm which shall have Jurisdiction
County Courts lawful detainer of lands and tenements." Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 13.-Tua Number thirty one.la .
It is anDounced in the Russian gen.rai's LYNCHERS NOT INDICTED. of all cases at law In which the demand -| Section 26 of article 5 of the Constitution, has been te-Airaooy wnerwf I have hereunto set
value of the property .Involved': Motlow Distilling company fead n4 ffiiied the re.i sealoltheMiieQfytsrI4L.trjiiju.
or my
order of the day. is his main of the State of Florida is hereby amendedso ;
shall not exceed five hundred dollars: of to read follows organized at Birmingham with a capital I :
Find No as as !
objective. Still the best Informed Franklin County Jury Could relating to the forcible entry [I. S [ Mr the capital tflis tb" list daY. vim
proceedings I
"Section 26. There shall be six term. -
I of 20000. The incorporators !S members of the general staff are inclined Evidence. or unlawful detention of lands and tenements ',it>f the Court of Record in each year.'" H. CLAY eRA wo.D.l .
Atlanta. Oct. 13.-The presentments and of misdemeanors and final appellate -I Section 27 of article 5 ot the conetitu-\\ are J. B. Lem and Thomas Motlow. A 9- secretary ai State
to think that strategy of the Jurisdiction ftn civil cases arising In tion of the State of Florida I certificate of the incorporation in To Perry H. Nugent, Sheriff Marion .." .

feutle must depend on the manner in of the Franklin county grand jury the courts of the Justices of the Peace. !amended so as to read as follows: i ii

which the contain an extensive report of the investigation The trial of such appeals may be de novo.I "Section ?T. There shall be for each Chicago of the Cook Brewing compa'Dy

engagement develops. into the lynching of the it the option of the appellant The County Court of Ttacord a Prosecuting Attorney' has been filed with the secretaryof NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

It Is pointed out that in the event Judge shall be the Judge of the County jto' be named the County Solicitor who state C. B. Kell. Birmingham, is

aol defeat. which Kuropatkln must constantly negro John Ware, made with the_ view Court. and shall be an attorney at law. !shall be appointed by the Governor and ,

of indicting the lynchers as recommended Tune shall be elected tor the Qualified i confirmed by the Boats and who shall the Alabama agent. The Maplesville Department ol the Interior Land Gmce ttGainecvUle.
bear In mind. since the Japa. electors of said county at the time wher hold' has
office for four His Telephone
; years. compenS8.e'iUon and Selma company
his { .
Russell in chargeto & September
by Judge is elected a Prosecuting Attorney J 1904VOTICE
cese general will doubtless try to the said Judge sh.ll be fixed by law.
said county. who shall hold offla been organized at Selma with a capital IS HERE BY GIVES THAT TUB
jury. for Section SS of article 5 of the Constltujtion
the grand
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push through straight to Tie Pass, it and II 'Phones are to be Installed i' fnlbwtng n-raed settler ha* lied ttotio of : _
compensation of $4.000.
Solicitor C. II. Band of the western for four yean. of the' State of Florida Is hereby his intenUc 10 make final proof in support ol
will be necessary for. him to keep ha shall b* prescribed by law. Sue I'amended 10 a* to read aa follows: in Selma and Maplesville and bit claim and that said proof will be made be-
leafiest battalions east. circuit, took a very active part in the courts may be abolished at the pleasure oj; "Section 21 All offenses triable In tha. for Clerk Circuit Court at(kale. KU. ea

investigations and in cross examining the Legislature. I''Courts of Record shall be prosecuted upon along a line between the two towns.Bering Ortier Ijll, t9o
The story cabled from Shanghai to, all County Judges -holdlni Information under and be -
Provided that oath may filed
summoned to appear before via: Peter Wright of Santos, Ha., nestes4 -
the London Dally Telegraph by Bennett ., the witnesses said office at the ratification of this amend it any time whether the court Is In Be*. :! Water- Kills a Girl. 27913 for the southwest quarter of southeast
the grand juryHis best efforts ment shall continue In the exercise of thi.> tion or not. by the County Solicitor but quarter section u. sad nrthwe qtsrter of tN
that Oyama will be recalled and I and those of the members of duties thereof according to their respectivi \the grand Jury of the Circuit Court fori Charl tE'. N. C., Oct. 1--h 3- northeast quarter section 14. lo in hp t*,south -
that General Nodzu will be made com. commissions and until their successors an I the county In which said Court of Record ea -old danghte- of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. range tt. east.
1 the grand jury were unavailing sinceno and provided further, thf i Is held may Indict for offense triable b He names the following witnesses ta prove his
qualified *
Blander In chief of the Japanese duly Donalc0". <* this city, pulled a continuous residence upon sad caUivatioii ef -
which to shall hereafter V t Court of Record. Upon the finding of.
evidence was adduced on when any County Court the
attracts lively Interest In the ] th, Circuit .hal V tte of WV": ? wattr over OB her said land vii: James CreweL ol feantoa. ria i
forces established in any county In tale State luch indictment the Judge } George Wiggs of sntos f military circles here. It is now known I issue an indictment. County Judge of said county shall hold hi:zommlt or baa the accused for trial causins Ieit i.: L few hours. Santos Kb I'si&I Iftckerson. ol 51.*., Ma.H -

office and perform the duties of Judge 0 f the Court of Record. and the County O.SPECIAL lloaclflO: *etItf.
action the LIVES LOST WITH SHIP. -
Otnf'ralodzu's at 19
that the County Court until his term of offic e licitor of said court Shan Immediately In\\ -- -S -
battle of Uao Yang In pressing a pore shall expire. therein an tnformatioa. blUedWOA *

tion of his army across the Taitse river Steamship Goes Down With All On I MASTEH'S SALE.

General Board. ,ARTICLE XXIV. Indictment which Information tha
to cooperate with Knrokt. upon

f Halifax N. SH Oct. 13.-The steam. That the followlag amendment to the accused shall be tried." AND BY VIRTUE Of A PI4L :
thus increasing the strength Constitution of the State of Florida be, and Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution f LLQT8I UNDHR rendered oa ..* A.

the Japanet flanking force and threat er Call, bound from Tracadie N. B., the same Is hereby agreed to and shall of the State of Florida is hereby amendedso \ D. 1904 by lion Wi IhalIuckJfe affeccirwat

comnHmlcations for New London, P. El I., has been be submitted to the electors of the State as to read as follows: rmI ClMtrt of te fifth MM ft-
ening Kuropatkln's In 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County I OOPJSS id*. in and for Marian aNat,. fta
Russian sunk New London.A at the general election ) (i! certain call* pe>4ia i* said aunt w4atm
made it Impossible for the near Court in any county where a Court of Record I ) : 204tit
or I \ Abe Brow aid Brother were th* atMfMaavts
commander to risk continuing his original message received from New Lon. That section 1s of Article 9 of the Constitution Is established." j and I. W san er. ...tax dahathalfinaldectee. $
Is hereby Section SO of article 5 of the Constitutionof I t. 5- >-k .
of the ownersof ot the State of Florida = w* spusiis5e4 154d1m..er
John Fagar one
don .
of striking the Japanese by
plan amended so as to read as follows: the State of Florida Is hereby amended e .. '..-. -7. \ tc escort the tame, t wm osi
right which forced the Russian retire. the Call. confirmed the report of Sec. 10. The credit of the State shall I so as to read as follows: i tr. .. yl /./. ?' Jl."V IM d>y .VoeiMter. A A /#

-Brent. According to a Russian general the loss of the steamer with all on not be pledged or loaned to any "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of ; "'...i",4. 3 \( that MUll a legal .,W4 *st. slit MS} ciaw*
corporation or Individual\\Record shall be elected by the electors of:( tor sale sod will tll at fMfctst auMrm th*
who has Just returoel from Liao board. Mr. Fagar's son was on the company shall the State become a Joint the county In which the court Is estab-j I (_ dtJ'I t' !( : 6. O'I buheit and bet bidder for ch ta rVartt afUe
believed to be four ; ; court booM door 'a OwJ. Marian estaaty.. fla .
Yang the Russians had 140,000 men. steamer and is among stockholder In any company. association ororporatlon. lished. and shall hold office for years .It. '" -. .
wrtbta the legal baorsaf saw th*fatt 'tlit **- -
shall not authorize shall be fixed by f. .
19 board the The Legislature and his compensation i SCUi. t -or"
the lost. There were on a cnbed property to wtt oe.y. .s1s t.wei
borough. township Sheriff of the county shall be.the 1 4 ." \-410 .
city law. The .
any county. '. as Knwhe. abwat tea veers oM. ai aa* feint
FILLED MAN WITH SHOT. Call Including 14 passengers.It or Incorporated district to become a stock executive officer of said court; his duties ,", .,: i.1"" mule kaown "kale ita. afaMt fbi vast aM,

is thought that most of the passengers holder In any company association or corporation 1 and fees shall be fixed by law." I '; 'Il. .r 'lA' ... or no ftuKfa ef tte abate a nerte4 *\. H

of Her from fishing villages or to obtain or appropriate money!., Section a of article 5 of the Constitution '.:.: ;. :-.....'"" '.'', .f\. '\ .t.: '. will sattftJy safai decree sod caot
Life were men .
1 .
Wife With Babe Protects for or to loan its credit to any oorporaUofl.auoctatbn. ,I of the State of Florida Is hereby amended '.: .". t. to ,':., L. ft. 'It. -
the Call stopped along Individual except' a. W. K. ZIWAMU. Saadal Mtrttv la a.seeey.CcetpM.eM's
at which Institution or 'so follows: .
Husband. as to read as .' f : t a1sr w
1".-Wlth a double- the coast and that many of them had that the Legislature may authorize municipal -I I "Section SL All rules of practice governIng : .,..-. ;.- -;'. I't, .' : _._ _. 9
Oct municipal -
Atlanta from '
corporations to relieve the Circuit Court shall be applicable to : < ---

barrelled shotgun loaded with squirrel families. taxation for such period of years as(the Courts of Record and all laws relative c.' 1.

shot F. M. Allen a farmer re to the municipal authorities maT aeem that I:to Criminal Courts of Record shall apply .t'ri' ,r' NOTICIE.latheC4cwstLueIWihFI.

road. 2 miles "JOE" WHEELER OFF TO WAR. 1 proper any manufacturing enterprise ;.to Courts of Record. Changes of venue 1 I' (
the Marietta within the said municipality. .. IJ
tiding oa may iocate ''may be had from a Court of Record to an- 1 1 ,
sought to make such exemption shall be for & JMa! (treatS
bat the Circuit
from How*I. Station no other Court of RecOrd. or to

Jamea Lester and his wife vacate a Will Study Conflict on In Manchuria. longer period than fifteen years. \Court of another- county. for the u. _same. of HM4a, to sad *Ih..'.

Tuesday morn Facing Crisis. {causes, and under the laws providing tor, 517 and 519 W. to Chaacery.Jaaie t4eese.
his home Says Japs from the Circuit Court Chas. E. Blum & Co.,
house near XXV. the venue
ARTICLE changing
Wae iff. v. WtIei W..
IBI Doth barrels: of the gun were New York, Oct. 13.-General "Joe" That the following amendment to the'''of one county to the Circuit Court of an- Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla, Margta. Drfeadaat.IT

body was filled with Wheeler veteran of the war between Constitution of the State of Florida be other county. The Governor may. in his :
fired and ''discretion order the Circuit Judge having 1$ OR&KRRO THAT "Hle
shall be submitted ,
shot. the states and the Spanish-American and la hereby agreed to and of the State at''jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any & ; Ihereby .M4 WalUt Uf f. Itlfm
dramatlo date for to the Court 1. te at an early of a
leave term
There was an Intensely war, will the eeneral election In Novem ?. 1304. for county to hold a special 'a this c iue aa or.U. fcMbr
took place to study the JapRussianwar. rejection: '!'of Record of such county, for the purpose
ratification or
; gcene when the shooting hus' yanchuria Section 6 of article 16 shall M amended.:of trying cases In which the Judge of the ... Uw 1'' eMV 4 tk-w.. A. 504
her '
rushed between Court of Record shall be disqualified. aaArr
). Lester 10 aa to read as follows: ltlstTtbfVSIdtTtdiaIiHSfl5be
and Allen with her babe ia her General Wheeler says the Japaneseare Sac. 6. The Legislature eMil provide for 1 Parties to any cause at law in a court of published once a week for tlgM aatK-jaWn

I band barrel of the facing their first serious cri- the speedy publication and distribution ol!'; Record shall have the same right to trial weeks la the Otmla 1ssDItbLith.$447.'
area and held up the now all laws It may enact. All decisions H: by Judge. ad lltem or by referee as may tI .J1,4.

when the first shot was fired probSly sis, and that their true metal is to the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial -exist under thi Constitution or the lawsIn Ckiria.I

"1 husband's life. As tried. decision shall be free for publication k reference to case in Circuit Courts. or !
.: saving her head be i by any person. But no Judgment of tai( mar if the Judge of the Court of Record .. Deserve your oefIj wIu.wu.r.taheitai.ADMINISTRATOR'S. 444w.
r- / fell it struck her on the Supreme Court shall take effect until th 1 be disqualified transfer the cause to the *. T6t"ha
gun Attackeo.Valdosta
painful wound from Negro Merchant opinion of the court in such case shall N 1' Circuit Court of the county In which such *'t fall \

producing a flowed freE-Iy. Ga.. Oct. 13-& J. In- filed with the Clerk of tiU court. ';Court of Record may be." 40ot ', ii I Ii ..leaLrtr1,4 I NOTICENOTICS .

which the blood merchant Section 32 of article 5 of the conzutuuau .t21111L.l
well known negro -
was brought to the city and gram a :''of the State of Florida is hereby amended t. stpt. "?et. a 1 I
Lester suburb XXTL .
dressed at the Grady living in Tomtown. a negro ARTICLE so as to read u follows: ,. 0.M.c*; y cc. H OITiVK THAT WI 'lIS.I .
hIs wounds were by, that his residence was fired Section 1 of article 6 of the Constiturlou:[ "Section 82. Courts of Record shall be day of Jawui). A. as

hOlpital. %lIen was arrested reports at an early of the State of Florida in hereby amended''abolished by th* LagUlAtur only upon a I the dfaiaurstv sHU Ike w. an
and locked I i upon by a mob of negroes so as to read M follows: of the registered estate ot ). Kl. ICwj -
Ihinbar of a majority
County Iolcen1afl morning. He had a hand Section L The judicial power of the petition inch court l* present .ypetltMGUd tail fepestI$4W
of this
the **g* tour court.voters of the county sobediachirgird II ItKIt s4a5'DseI M'rY
on Tested in a Supreme
up In the Tower bullets which he picked up ont Btate shall be County.. a.1.." I Hon. 101*. BaHock, cot, ledis
Intent to murder. ful of I Circuit Courts Courts of Record. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CRtD- Florida, K U.il.LAme. .
unit with t the floor.. He escaped through a window I Court. County Judge and Juittae* of the ARTICLE xAY1LThat ( enaatv wittJ u.ut4.I

the woods in the rear of his Peace. the folknrtB. amenrtnveata to, **alOL TORS ETC. .aearai ijrd. si S.
CommIssioned. to Section B of artIcle 5 of ti*,Commotion wtlcU a.u4
Chattanooga dozen more shots aznmdw. t1oI1 &rtia1. *; and wcttoo K I
Cruiser just before a State of Florida 1* hereby ot
protected I house of the tha repeal of acttoa S .t arUcLi TO CRED-
York Oct. the house. He say to read as follow: Florida be IS HEREBY .
New fired Into so a* Catltii X\ of the itala of NOTICE and aU persons "
were c. distnbuteei
ta aan bare I legatees
Chattanooga has been put broke out In his "Sea 8. The Soprani Court ,' busby agreed IWl be demands the estate r of
recently 1Zi4 hav4n7ciainu against StKdya1H.msrtz
laW an or
E cruiser a row la all CUM $
that frritdletloa atI
rwpeSate Ol UIe State the t
York: naY)r tbs tltttoni deceased to present aM
New 'I""ttlll to
H. T.Wartmann.
the of precipitating Orenit Court,;
at accused in -
eommtsa1ol1 he was indtn eacJtr erifinatm Honm.4.n.tod. nndernoeaot Of ..
and the
church c to be same within two years to .die Nd Ui Wt LatwIit,
tiprd. It will be- several weeks. .be It. He believes some of his ud of 4pu1i from the drcolt Court la..tht rcMJ they will be bari This the 4tla day Q Octo.bet. 1 I .'I b4I W'c...,..tte&.s
I tomatUn Lss.i.
actual 8erTl CUM nUUf before c=tiJus. of t OooaUtnt2oI1'' .:, ... CI ,
tor flSalm a. 1904. -
DayClub" *
I I 10M she is ready< will command!! brethren have formed a "Before Mrttisinff to their probatt ta JurljdlotUa. estatwtf3l -i iot Id1eD..t lUte. ef n.- J. tmbr .'. Jt. L. WAU'X\C.A4laiaiiUltor.I. ,I .pmt.so.. 'i.IUIM.a .-..
him. tat miaigtmeot of. *
Sharpener rid of or kill tai In 10 ;
to get U .
tIa.MUA" a* ocATistwu rt t. I4. ,. .
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m How a Woman Writes., I

To the Editor: the Ocala Banner. ,,

Many a woman read your tine afti II I .

cle with a thrill of gratitude to the I I '., :MM' -' i -ij'; ,:w' '. -'- ; --''; .
1 ;; -
: -: W'f ,,< -, ,- --- .." -" .-, '-;'_ -
men, who in the rush of the race for I II

money ana political influence, have I I .

not (forgotten the far greater problemthe I II .
defence of the southern woman. I I T-PQT % IE

Men, protectors, brothers, will ye II I I '
let such things be? While your eyes I

are being kept on the Ignus-Fatus of I II I .
come political bubble, as tariffs!:, protection I

gold, silver, the noblest and :
greater interests of the human race I E GROCER
., are being trodden under foot-the j I
protection of women! Stop and I ,
,. ,, ... ,. ., ." ._ c *- ,
think. It is not the negro question. : --_"-".. .- ::10 ._ '_ .,: 1_" ,__ ." ._, -, .' $,-:''., ,-_ -' -..,""" ,. \- .-..t)-, ..... .' JCI: .t-. --- -- '
It U the question of your wives, sisters I
daughters. Remember that the I I

,,..' were awful practiced emperors brutalities,unpunished and in tyrannies*Rome's; because decay of> Roman -, j I F IT IS NOT WHAT YOU PAY IT IS WHAT YOU lIET." IP

these emperors knew how to keep
the eyes of their people turned away -- "QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE." .

from these horrors by a continual .
I .
excitement over war against foreign

_,, dltorlal gain countries and bhowsand,the over grand the spectacular spoils circuses they and exhibitions would gla-- I The cheapest goods are ofttimes the dearest purchase -..- '

; these bubbles were kept before

'eyes, in the thoughts of the populace, because fail Then why notE
to they might not turn their eyes on fz they to satisfy. ..,1
the shameful crimes committed at, t

their themselves You doors keep,from the in their power woman households.of; of protecting making F buy the best at a very small advance and get something S -if

laws for our defense-now we cry to

you, men, brothers, to protect:us, to
it will be satisfaction to t t 4t
s "
take this awful terror from us; this f use. *

awful terror which was scarcely .
known a few years ago. It was the -

noble boast of the ninth century that .
in Ireland a woman could walk unat

tended from one end of that island to
Fresh Arrival
the other and not receive a disrespectful :
word-the ninth century? -

and this is the 20th-and a woman iiill 4 _
dare not walk a quarter of a mile '
Pure Fruit Preserves, at 20c. a lb. Olive Oil, ,

Men from,any ministers town in of any God southern! It is for state.you i14E Jams and Jellies, A r mOll r S R 0 Y a I Fancy Mackerel in Bulk, -"-

.- Wafess. Frankfurter Bratwurst,
Jelly S
to turn your eyes on this paramount
P- -
( What has Veal and Ham Leaf,
question. brought it about? Corn on Cob : ',

Answer that, and remedy it quickly. Vermont Ple Syrup, S tar Ham I Breakfast Bacon '.. "
Scarlet I
Either the down
women go in the Plum Pudding, I Leber Wurst, P
scale of womanhood or the bar :
r Golden Pumpkin, Sliced Beef --
against! self-destruction must be
re- 4f4 -
Evaporated Apples, Lambs Tongue, : _
moved for this fair southland is be- The Ham '

coming unfit for women. They must : Evaporated Peeled Peaches. Canned German Dill Pickles, .,_' ;
wear belt and revolver; and little t London Layer Raisins, Shelled Almonds, '_ -. -
girl, our children, must be _
taught "'
Seeded Raisins, Royal Cream Biscuit, '" ,:
the handling of guns, or we are lost; .
'-' Cleaned Currants, What t Fruit Cake,
: and, like the grandest of women, the O-- -
-- Bulk Chow, G ioods Uaeeda Biscuit, ""
of Roman Lucreece, we must turn the ;
Etc., Assorted Cakes, '
i revolver against our own breasts and Citron Nuts

end a shame too great to be endured Corned Beef and Pork, A Chili Sauce, -
A WOMAN. Potted Ham and Pork, Celery Sauce, --

Consumptives Made Com fortabIe. EE Salmon Cutlets, Every CanGuaranteed Cranberry Sauce, _
Incipient consumption is cured by 1. Imported Sardines, Pie Filling, --a
Foley Honey and Tar, but we do andKingan '
Sanbor's Teas and Coflee. Boor's Head Cheese ;' .
not hold out false hopes to consumptives Chase & :f _-_
,by claiming that it will cure : Canned Lobsters, t Chutney, "
this dread disease in the advanced
a:' Sweet Pickel Peaches, Pimentoes>, "
stages; but if the lungs are not too I- .
far gone Foley's Honey and Tar will f -- Pickled Onions, C. & B. Oxford Sausage, .
affect a cure, as it stops the racking m.-. Cantaloupe Mangoes. Kippered' Herring, -___
cough and soothes the inflamed air
passages giving them a chance to ,,, Bell Pepper Mangoes, Best Bloaters and Fin don Haddies. .. .-

*J:'": heal, and it always even gives in the comfort advancedstages and Piccalilli, & C 0 S Oyster Bay Asparagus, .

relief. A. A. lIerren.of Finch, Ark., 1 .-- Monogram Catsup, Small Sifted Peas --
writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar is I Chew-Chow, Small Lima Beans, -

Jung the best trouble.preparation I know for that coughs it and has E Horseradish Mustard, B ireakfastaeon. t I In theWorld. .. White Cherries, .. ,--i

( cured consumption in the first stages. Celery Salad, Egg Plums. -'

i For sale by Postottlce Drug Store m De riled Cheese, Whole r
Ripe Tomatoes,
Rowe's Little Bonanza Condensed SoupsMincemeat B i. :- --A
Peeled ___
I E Apricots, :,,"'_
I respectfully invite the residentsof ,
Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches. 5--
Ocala to drive, walk or comedownto "
the 4th ward and inspect my placeof p.- --
business and stock of goods if you '

want first-class something cook good and to serve eat. regular I havea I Pay a visit to our store and we will show'you

meals and also serve oysters in any t; -
and all styles at all hours. My fruit _

and plete confectionery; also groceries department, produce is,com-and II goods that will please you, both as to quality and I

eggs. Fish and oysters in any quantity .
i1 J)' meat market is complete i .

with the choicest of fresh meats, etc. .. .
price- : .
"Full weight and full measure"is my 1 .. I
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motto. Come and be conyinced. Fred 1- _': t

R. Kaiser, manager of meat department Yours for More : : ", .,. ,
S. E. Rowe, proprietor Little ,
Bonanza, r o. 100 & 102 North Magnolia .

street, Ocala, Fla.
10.13 d&w. 41 S
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In addition to the finest exhibits

>, 4 ever seen at a Florida state fair, the
amusemeat--Y.*** features will be thegrandestTver tl
t seen in the south. The
best carnival shows inthe country
have been secured for the occasion

and nothing ever seen in Florida will _.1 .J .w.
equal them. The lowest excursion
rates on record will be given to Tampa -
in honor of the fair-November

14th to 26th, inclusive

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