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 28, 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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Loses His Barn, Stable, Meeting: of the Confederate Veteransin Brigadier General Fleming and

, Pearl Tooth Wash. 3 Etc By Fire Sunday Night. Ocala. staff. I ;I I II

-. Mr. The fourteenth annual reunion of A
B. H.
-- Seymour, who lives in Carriage with brigade sponsor and

t Cleanses the Teeth, 3j the northern end of the city, is having the Florida Division United Confed- maids of honor. ,

[ -:: > :: a most unfortunate experiencewith erate Veterans will be held in Ocala Camps. i Like to do business

i -- fires. November 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 1904. ,
Only a few months ago Carriage with local camp sponsor
j -- Purifies the Breath
I ,,,, his saw mill, including a large quan- The following is the official program: and maids of honor. where they are

-- tity of lumber and his patent cross Tuesday, November 1st. Local camp.
:: Hardens the Gums. 3:30 Convention will wanted.Giveusyouraccount
tie cutter and veneer machine p. assem- .
'I I .... were THIRD BRIGADE.
--- -- destroyed by fire and several years ble at Yonge's hall. Brigadier General Jewell and staff.

,1 :-_:: I i ir' Iwt I -r- ago he suffered a similar loss. Convention called to order by ad- Carriage with brigade sponsor and i -

:: __ ::: Sunday night between 10 and 11 jutant general. maids of honor.

4- 5; I FOR SALE ONLY BY I 3 i o'clockIr.. Seymour was awakened Hymn"All Hail the Power of Camps. I and see how you are

1 l by Jesus' Name," led by the Daughtersof
discovering that Ft.
1 his barn was Up King avenue to Fox lane,

k -- I I I wrapped in flames and almost de- the Confederacy. through Fox lane to Ocklawaha avenue treated. "

Prayer-By Dr. Waddell of Archer.
stroyed. He down
-- immediately rushed onto t Ocklawaha avenue to I
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J try to save his carriage and horses Annual address-By Gen. W. D- Magnolia street, from Magnolia street I

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE which were in the stable between his I I I Ballentine. to Ft. King avenue, up Ft. King ave- MUNROE & CHAMBIISS,

i dwelling and the barn. He saved Adjournment until 8:30 p. m. nue to headquarters. :
::: Prescriptions receive careful attention. == 8:30 m.-Song, "America." Bankers.
I.. .... them but almost at once the stable, Disbandment.Mr. .
.-... -- Address of welcome-By Hon. C. OCALA
--i- his home and other buildings caughtfire I FLORIDA.An .
111111111116111111111111111lIl1111l'lIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111JI' 1111111llllll and when :\ Brown, on behalf Mayor" Ed- Little's Sermon on Fraternal So- -- -

Mr. Seymour tried to wards. cieties. -- ....... ..-..........-...--............
, i re-enter his ,
home it
was almost: im- Those who attended Appeal to this ladies of Harlea
the Episcopal
r- Response By Hon. Samuel Pasco.
possible for'him to do so. In the church County _
Sunday night heard
: Address of welcome on behalf of a most
\ meanwhile
Mrs. Seymour had gone remarkable and memorable To the ladies of Marion
David S. roVPHOSPHATE down stairs to the local camp-By Maj. L. T.lzlar. sermonon
I@ telephone to turn "Fraternal Societies in America." greeting.Mrs. .
Response-By Hon. Francis P.
in the alarm and after she succeededin Dr. Little said there are seventy S. T. Sistrunk has kindly

LANDS. doing this she was unable to Fleming. agreed to solicit :
go different fraternal orders in the Unit exhibits( of woman's
back up stairs: and she and her chil- ed States, which number a member- handiwork and all other exhibit. that

dren, in their night clothes, barely a.Adjournment m. until Wednesday, 10 ship of seven and a half millions. That belong to the woman's department in

f If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or escaped. Wednesday, November 2. there are seven of these orders in fairs and has actively and tuecee-

f' lease on royalty communicate with him. Nothing was saved from the house Ocala and that their membership em- fully entered upon that work. I h\emailed
and .10:00 a. m. Order of business.
Mr. Seymour estimates his loss First-Called order braces the larger part of the adult county: and South Florida fair
to by adjutant.
at about 3,000 and his insurance i premium lists
I. white male population of the 1 .to all person who
Second-Prayer, by; Rev. W. E. pity.
I amounts to $2,500.Broke He spoke of their relation to the loyally stood by and aided me by
Office next to Dr.'Smith PostoSce Block. Ocala.Fla. .. Boggs.
Into state, to the home and to the indi- famishing exhibits to the state fair at
His House. Third-Song, "Suwannee River"FourthAddress
Il vidual, dwelling Lake City Nov. 1902. I respectfully
S. at length and eloquently
LeQuinn, of Cavendish, Vt",was by Gen. GeorgeP. -
robbed of his on these request one or more ladies in
phases. He every
health '
I "" customary by Harrison. commander of Alabama .
, USA ELIZABETH SASSIS, Local Editor I I Messrs. Arthur Masters and Ray C. invasion of chronic constipation. Division U. C. V.FifthElection. I for his text that verse in Eccleciastes important locality of the county to

I Alworth returned home Tuesday When Dr.King'sjXewLife: Pills broke i which says, "Two are better than give a few days of their valuable
I of officers.
ternoon from a trip to Jacksonville. into his house, his trouble was arrest- one because they have a good reward time in working op a creditable exhibit .
HAPPENINGS' ABOUT I and now he's entirely curedThey're Adjournment.
:: I for their labor," and said :that from their respective 1000alit.....
guaranteed to cure, 25c. 3:30 m.-Excursion to Silver
i j If troubled with a weak digestion at p. An
Tydings & the object of these efficient and painstaking ladjr
Mr. W. E. Fosnot, the navigator of I try Chamberlain's Stomach and Co's. ram Springs (ride over the spring in small societies is to help

Lake Weir, was in Ocala Wednesday. j; Liver Tablets. They will do you A Runaway. boats and down the river on steamer one another and they do so in a very commissioner will be appointed at An

.. ... eminent degree, early day who will see to It that
i I good. For sale by all druggists m Mr. Samuel James, of Spring Park, William Howard.) giving'away' annual-
Mr. J. H. Spencer went up to Jacksonville ly to charity millions oi dollars fancy work is not soiled; (is placed
who drives a fiery little 8:30 m.-Reception until 9:30 atYonge's yet
very horse p.
few Mrs. C. C. Todd is into herlovely
a under
Wednesday to spend moving lock and
had a hall. they do this in as biblical key at night; and i*
runaway Wednesday afternoon
new home on Earl street just I I r safely returned
way-not exhibitor.
days. __ letting the left
just as he was leaving the city for his 10:00: p. m.-Dance, complimentaryto
the residence
opposite of Mr. J. J. Persons
is full of Baptists who are know what the right hand does intending to furnish exhibit
The home. ,
He had scarcely crossed the the visiting sponsors and maids of
the Marion Baptist Gerig. hence their deeds of charity rarely will kindly furnish me with a list of
here attending railroad on Ocklawaha avenue, honor, at the armory.
Mr. C. W. Joseph, of the Montgomery when find their way to the ears 4f the pub the same as soon as possible.
Convention. one of the wheels of his buggy Thursday, November 3.
-- -- Cooperage Company, who is crashed lic. One of the cardinal virtues of all Any person desiring premium lists
D. Graham are throwing Mr. James violently : 10:00 a. m.-Closing business ses I
Mr. and Mrs. W. now residing at Clearwater, was a to the sion. secret societies he said is loyalty to will be fnrnished same by applying to
at the earn ground._ He fell on his head
among the Ocala people visitor to Ocala :Monday.Mr. and the government and no man who is me.
bruised it 11:00 m.-Parade.
very but
Duval hotel. severely not
val. They are at the disloyal to his flag can become a Preserves, jellies, canned fruits,
and Mrs. Clarence Camp have seriously. He soon recovered himself Camps composing this division will
member. That the home vegetables, pickles and all kindred
Gadsden takes
Mr. C. E. Connor, of gone to Jacksonville for the carnival and was able to pursue his flying assemble by brigades in front of di pre
cedence of all other exhibits are earnestly solicited. Exhibitors
this city, is virtues and
of a
Alabama, formerly week. They are guests at the Wind steed. The animal was soon caught vision headquarters on Ft. King ave.
love for it is inculcated are entitled to enter for both
here for a few days. hotel. and except for the broken wheel, no Order of line of march will be as fol in every
sor other injury was sustained. lows: lodge, and, indeed, it is for the protection county and fair premiums on each

Judge W. S. Bullock and Hon. R. Mrs. Henry D. Stokes has gone to Ocala Rifles. of the home that these soci exhibit.

home Wednesday The Marion Baptist Association is eties are created In due time all exhibitors
.. A. Burford returned Jacksonville for the carnival festivi I Major General Ballantine and staff. makes them so notifying
county court. largely attended and the meetings universally in me of their intention to furnish
from the Sumter ties. She was accompanied by her ;. Carriages with division sponsor popular the United ex.

little niece. are very interesting. Rev. Martin, States. He said also, that these so hibits will_be supplied with shipping
togo and maids of honor.
Some of the Ocala people ought of Fort McCoy, preached the opening cieties throw their strengtheningarms tags and when and where to ship
camel Daughters of the .
to the carnival, ride the Messrs. E. P. Thagard, T. C. Hall sermon Confederacy.FIRST
.; Wednesday morning The i! BRIGADE. around the individual memberand II. W. Logo,

and get a "hump" on 'em. R. S. Hall and L. J. Knight form' a services will continue all the week Brigadier General Wittich and staff. make him a better citizen, Soliciting Agent and As
Mr. Henry Stevens, of HighSprings party of Ocala turpentine operators andeverybody is cordially invited to Carriage with brigade sponsor and a better defender and protectorof For Sale

3 is in the city and is with his s taking in the carnival. attend them. maids of honor. the home and a better man Five and one half acre orange

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isacc\ Stevens. Miss Christian Cook, of Brooksville, in all of the relations of life. grove located in Candler, Marion

Mayor W. J. Edwards is among the after a couple of day's visit in Ocala ...A......... Io..A.A.....................A.... ."A..V ............... delivered Rarely has in Ocala a better and sermon been one county half, one block half from block postofflce.from depot 228,

with Mrs. Lee Miller, left Sunday for certainly nev-
Ocala people, who will spend the er an one more fruit bearing orange trees; good broom
Jacksonville to spend some time with thoroughly enjoyed by cottage and stable. This will
carnival in Jacksonville THIRD PUBLIC SALE
the members of these
her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Redding. i organizations.Hallowe'en bear investigation. A a snap at this

Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk price, (1015). Ten hundred and for-
home Monday noon from a James R. Moorhead, county surveyor OF Party Monday Night. to-five dollars terms to suit. Address,
The ladies of the W. L.
Foreign Missionary ,
visit at Tampa. of Marion county,was a visitor
professional Society of the Methodist 10-7-It 4015th Ave,McKeesport,Pat
---- Gainesville bus church,
to yesterday, having

Mr. M. E. Robinson and son, Em- iness with the United States land Shorthorn and Ijereford will give a Haliowe'en party next Dr. S. H. Blitch has returned from

mett Robinson, are in Jacksonvillefor Monday night at the residence of Mr.
office. Gainesville Sun. Quincy, Illinois, where he went to
and Mrs. W. J. Chambers Fort
the carnival.Col. 1 on
1i attend the national prison reform
i Miss Ethel Robinson left Wednesday King avenue. Everybody con
Felder Lang are BREEDING J CATTLE cordially vention. The doctor delivered
J and Mrs. i an
for Jacksonville. She will remain fora invited to be present and all must I
visiting ii address on the condition of the
,. among the Ocala people a couple of days and will then pro- come arrayed as ghosts. There will prison
1;' week. S AT PALMETTO PARKjFARM, OCALA, camps in Florida, which address is
i I, :; Jacksonville this ceed to Boston, Mass., where she will be a guessing contest and all sorts of
printed in the proceedings of the convention *
I K Sullivan and Jessie I attend school this winter. Hallowe'en frauds and performances
, Misses Pauline i and will form an interesting
the carnival Tuesday November 1st 190iDon't and those who attend will I
Palmer are spending Mr. Harry Johnson, of Asheville, have: a feature of it. Dr. Blitch was re-

i week with friends in Jacksonville. a and Charlotte, N. C. is in the city. glorious time.A II elected vice-president of the associa
voluntary offering will be takento
Mr. B. E. Raysor, who has been Mr. Johnson is the owner of some V. Forgt" the Hour. be used tion and as the president was absent,
by the
, quite ill for the past three weeks, is fine phosphate lands in this section Xine O'clock A. 31. society for some he presided over the deliberations of
Be on Time. . work they have in hand at present.Let .
able to be out again, much to the and is here looking after his interests. the convention.Mrs. .
: everybody come and have a big

It pleasure of his friends. Miss! Carma Latham has been time. I I G. M. Hubbard Mr. Lucien -

Messrs.. Andrew Winer, Syd Whaley selected by the Nassau Camp, U. C. Should be Investigated. I I Hubbard and :3Irs.: Neil Alfred and

and Louis,Dosh returned home'Wed V., as sponsor for the Ocala reunion. AND ALWAYS SELL THE CHEAPEST. The fire company was very late, it I I i baby daughter, who have been at

nesday afternoon from the Jacksonville Miss Alice Hall was elected maid of is claimed, in reaching the Seymour Hendersonyille, N. C., for the past

.. carnival. honor at the same time. GUARANTY( : As ery usual animal. ey-is TED MS' Half cash;bal- fire Sunday night. In the early part 1!I I three and a half months) returned

death at end of of the I t i home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Allied
guaranteed against by withante same night an alarm
was sent
Frank M. Ross, who represents guaranty, at 8
Hon. R. L. Anderson Mr. for six months from I I will remain in the
disease in from mountains for
from Hamilton-Brown Shoe Company, sale. per cent per annum one section of the city and a
home Wednesday afternoon the the fire f I.|I month or so longer.
wagons went in an I
I Tallahassee, where he went to .arguean of St. Louis, was among the travelingmen i II I II I
in, search of the burning i, :Messrs.: R. L.
case. in Ocala on Monday. .I Anderson and Otis T.

R important Z, C CHAMBLISS & CO building. The department shifts the .i Green went up to Tallahassee Mon-

N. book keeper The horse belonging to Col. V. J. responsibility onto the telephone' day to
Mr. W., McCully, argue an important, case beet

} for the Ocala Ice Packing'Company, Shipman ran away Sunday afternoon. Ocala Florida. I[ company. The matter is of sufficient ,.I'fore the supreme court. It Involves

j returned 'home Wednesday from a No one was in the vehicle but the II I I gravity to demand a rigid investigation the title to some valuable phosphate

visit to Hot Springs and St. Louis. buggy was considerably damaged. by those in authority. lands.

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m K I rVV-s "EFF-EFF" BRAND The Best to be Had. q

i { The burden of life's battles falls upon your legs and you owe it (i

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m you out wonderfully. "Crown Brand Trousers." m .

H The John B Stetson Hat A hat for the thinking man, and one which backed by

B& the reputation of a firm noted for the manufacture of Fine Hats: m.

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GAIURVILLE. BELLEVIEW. I MOSS BLUFF, j and we feel sore they will have it fori dene with taxation to furnish
I i iI I 'f1Jn
ij --- .i Ocala and her people never do things soldiers to drive their employes :: '.,
Since last report the Gaitervilleites Cecil Bryant left Thursday for Lake j Special Correspondence Oca'-a Banner.I 1 halves, and aij
] by we are going to be to the bare starvation point. .
have experieuced a great, change in City, where he entered the Uni'ert'ity -I The continued wind and rain of a there if nothing prevents. I u tliI
the temperature. A few nights of of Florida. This is the third of few days ago did no damage to crops i "Why is it that they used to I ***+s<4
Bellewiew in this section. The clouds I j BRYAN IN THE CAMPAIGN. forts upon the frontier to protect tl....
real cold weather which everyone our boys to enter the University have all
pioneers from the tribes I .. .
I ravage .
this Walter Nelson and cleared and we '
teems to be glad to have. year away are haingtypi-
cal Florida Bryan is still the democratic Her- now they build forts near the ....
These cool night; are an indica- Sidney Maddox having gone up ear-J weather. I I
cities? Have the Indians
in the term. Cotton will cules. He is making a whirlwind come ""
tion of cold weather and "cold ly picking soon be over;
weather is sure to bring 3Ir. and Mrs. G. D. Washburn, of then syrup making will begin.A I' campaign that is really marvelous. town? I I

about cane grinding, and, then Oh! Sanarac Lake, X. Y., accompaniedby few days ago J. T. Lewis killed ,[, He b traveling on an average of 400 I "We spent enough the army !
what a sweet time in Gaiterville. I their son and daughter and little a very large rattlesnake in his back miles and making twenty speeches a navy last year to make the total .eat

Farmers are losing a great many niece, arrived Friday for the winter yard. It was nearly six feet long II day. He is now and has been for I-propriatiQn for both tteal

of their meat hogs this year. It and are occupying the house they with a long string of rattles. some time putting in eighteen of the more than $200,000,000. That wren

Menu that this U another year that purchased last year known as the Albert and Ollie Fort killed a bear!! twenty-four hours and it is the general thirty times as much as we spent .. 'M

hogs will all sicken and die, or at Polly place. near here Saturday and from the size i'I opinion that he has wheeled Indiana th e-agricultural department. nw f

least it seems that way in our little The young people of the Methodist of his paw he was one of the old set I| into the democratic column. do yon think of a great f

burg. It seems too bad to see fat church gave a necktie and apron social ,, ti ers. Here are some of the shafts from nation spending 30 preparing to .yoirl

hogs die when meat is so high, but in the town hall Friday evening, 'I'''( J. H. Fort returned to Daytona a his Indianapolis speech: people for every dollar spent ....
then such can't be helped, of course with ice cream and cake for sale. few days ago. "I am not going to ing to feed the people?

Messrs. Jesse Brooks and :FrankRoss The social was well attended as all I James L. Tucker, road overseer for c leave a doubt in the "If we can buy subjects of a Spanish

left Sunday evening for SouthFlorida. these affairs are here. I i this district, has a force of men put mind of any silver king at $:.50 apiece, then we t erg

They.will visit Sutherland, Miss Eppie Mitchell, of Summer-i, ting the public roads in order here. | democrat that I want sell them to some other king I elfs,

Ozono, Tampa and Arcadia before field, was the guest of1rs.. Tom I t I J. T. Lewis and Capt. J. B. Martin him to vote for Parker we can get $5 for them and j a a.

returning,: to Gaiterville.Mr Mitchell Friday. I have a very fine bean patch and will and Davis and I $2"50.on the transaction. k "

L. F. Sparkman anticipates Mrs. H. A. Harrell and Mrs. J. W. I. commence shipping in a few days. will not leave a doubtin "When we asked the republicans

leaving Gaiterville this week on an I Harrell and three children arrived I I J. T. Rembert.'of Sanford, is visiting the mind of any republican that ]I 1900 what they were going to do
extended visit to South Florida. Saturday and are visiting Mrs. J. '. relatives here this week. am after Theodore Roosevelt as hard the Philippine Islands thesaid
Alvan Lucius.
Mr. C. }1. Turner and_ family, for 1' Mrs. J. S. Martin and daughter as if I were a candidate against him can not talk to the
ilrs. T. A. Mitchell and baby left are I Filipinos whitthey
merly of Ocala but now of Tennessee Saturday for a visit to Summerfield. I'I visiting relatives in 31 adison.e ;,II I myself. have guns in their hands. "
relatives in little Mrs. The school Shall I surrender the rest of the i"I.
are visiting our Amos Xott has been on th here is progressing very said let the Filipinos lay down thei
burg. They are the guests of Mr. G. sick list for a week. Mr. R. C. Ridgeis nicely and all the chilldren are advancing field in order to get even for what arms and then what did they I't'publlcans ....
also qeite ill. has been done? I
O. Turner. very fast. hope that no friendof ?
!\ J. R. Freeman's home was the say They said there wa nothing j n
Several of the Gaitervilleites are scene of a merry party Monday even Capt. J. Martin and J. T. Lewis mine will think me capable of to talk about. f

4 anticipating attending the carnivalfttJacksonville ing. leave today to visit the great carnival i stooping to that position. 1I I "For nearly twenty centuries th a n l
this week. Amongthe Mr. T. A. Mitchell left Tuesdaynight at Jacksonville this week. "When the republicans come and I gospel of peace has been the **

party are Miss Mattie Pasteur, for Jacksonville to take in the Dollars to doughnuts that Parkerwill : ask you to help defeat Parker because hope of the world. And tHc
carnival. nowjthe ei
Gaiterville's efficient school teacher; JOSH. be elected president of the U. S. : some of the gold democrats helpedto governor of the greatest |

K and Miss Inez Ross, one of Gaiter FLEMINGTON. at Moss Bluff on the 8th of November : defeat me, they don't tell you that Union, speaking in a republican state: In Iht r, &'*H
ville's most beautiful belles. and that Hon. Thos. E. Watson will i Roosevelt will give you one single convention
presenting a candidate +>
: Mr. R. D. Stokes is wearing his Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. not carry a state in the union, and i thing that you desire. the higest office in the to a
E- broadest smile this week owing to the Mr. G. H. Smoak of Bamburg, S.the' voters over here generally believe "Eight years ago we had 25,00o soldiers greatest giftjof th
E arrival of a new member in his family C., arrived here last week to visit his in the primary system and will vote i and I know that we then had history (Blac ......
brother, F. E. Smoak. presenting Roosevelt) tells us that
F a baby girl. He says it is only Mrs. J. C. Mathews and children for Holloway when the time comes. enough. You ask me how I know this talk of peace is an idle l *:;
f to feed and :he can Because I have read dreg
one more easily There is no'more the republican
left against him and
r Monday for Jacksonville to attend today we must settle our destinies
<, stand that. the carnival.Mr. than when the majority of the votes platforms, and they didn't askjjor] our wars. I denounce b they
I L Mrs. G. L. Stokes and son,Johnnireturned e, J. H. Smoakleft Monday for declared him the nominee, and that II any more at that time. to the Christian itjas an:
, Tuesday from Hurst, Fla., Jacksonville to attend the carnival.Mr. we believe in primaries and not con "When the soldiers were called out world. civilization of th
: at which place they have been attending F. E. Smoak and brother, and ventions. in labor troubles in whose interest are .m
Mr. J. K. Misson and sister, left for "Ask me whether I,
a camp meeting. They report Ocala Wednesday to attend the asso The confederate veterans of this they called out? In the interest of will vote for Parker, a silver man the

f having a very pleasant stay and ciation. section are preparing to visit the reunion I the 'great corporations, and after have given you some a goldfcmam { *
i :Mrs. Stokes also states that she saw Mr. F. E. Smoak and brother madea in Ocala commencing the first these monopolies have robbed the give reasons; let m
wonders. That is of healing the flying trip to McIntosh Tuesday. of November. We wish for all the American people of hundreds of millions the you another. I want to place h t
blind making the cripple walk and Rev. A. L. Prisoc attended the old veterans House a man who
their wives, sons and of dollars they now insolently
UNCLE JOE. association peace instead
at Ocala
1 so on. Wednesday. of
- daughters the best time of their lives j demand that the people shall be bar-! lieves a man who be-I' ..

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TABLEAUX YIY0NT.A To Honor Ocala., -GO TO-


: ,t Good Pretty Entertainment at Mrs. H. A. IDA DIVISION, U. C. V. THE FAIR.

Health # Frd's Friday Night. Jacksonville, Fla., Oct.14, 1904.
The "Dream of Fair Women" givenat -FORGROCERIES-
No. 5. /
the home of Mr. and Mrs H. A.
: 1. In pursuance of general orders STAPLE

to the Ford event.Friday night was a very pretty No. 50, issued from headquarters of I EE

Florida Division United Confederate

The entertainment was in the form Veterans, announcingthe 14th annual White House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.
: of tableaux with the characters of
ehildren encampment to take place at
I ?, Tennyson's poem beautifully portrayed Ocala, on Tuesday, Wednesday, 21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.We .

by a group of Ocala's "fair women and Thursday, Nov. 1st, 2nd and 3rd,
." The..entertainment givenon the brigadier-general commanding Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens

: Children especially are fond of dainties the large verands and as the cur- the 2nd brigade urges upon the camps: Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce.

tains were drawn and the charactersin

oS and ireatr.ce' the'I.Sinclair J h. 'h' 'gone* .nu.t .14nltar sister, Miss Mallie appropriate.costumes were shown, I of this attend brigade the division to send full encampment.Let delegationsto B. L. HALL, Prop. .

Butler, returned to her home at Judge David f S. Williams behind the :
sonville. She will be absent fort : us see to it that, as we shall West Side Public Square. Ocala rI_ -'
Green Cove Springs Sunday after scenes, read aloud Tennyson's beautiful -
gather around the fires in fraternal -
ten days. camp _. _u l'
noon. poem explaining the characters.The greeting of our comrades, no

rs.i Charles Sage and Mrs.; Harrye ; Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, of Weirs- effect was very artistic and pret- brigade shall surpass the second in I Exquisite! Charming!! Stunning!!!
returned yesterday from a visit
dale was in Ocala Sunday on his ty. the number and enthusiasm of its
he carnival. to Jacksonville Tennyson's characters were rep-
way to spend the delegations. swy These are fonw of UM ..,...... nr
i fr. Arthur Hardaker, of the Clark- carnival week. From there Mr. resented by the following ladies: I 2. All members of the brigade
Elizabeth . . Mary Little : to be beard when the Ids Iwk fttthe'aggregation
at Martel, Finzel expects to go on to New York staff are requested to attend the en- j
y-Johnson Company I Helen of Troy . .Airs. C. Camp !'I Iti
.8 in Ocala .Tuesday. City and possibly 'will return to Queen of Rhodes. .Gertrude Pereda campment in uniform as far as possible I.,I a4 of uptonov 11.\TM.I .

England. Cleopatra..Mrs. D. S. Woodrow : _" {a RIBBONS AND TIUMMINOB nuw
Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and S. A. Jeptha's Daughter . Violet Harris 3. The brigadier-general.command- !;7' >t ,
awls spent yesterday in Jackson.lie Mr. and Sirs. George K. Robinson Rosamond..Eulalee Izlar ing announces the appointment of being tbown l>w. Tin |**..i yf

seeing the carnival. their two sons and daughters and Pharaoh's Daughter. Johnnie Liddon Miss Julia Telfair Stockton as sponsorfor n Fashion has scattered rays ef ftrtfeu
Miss Emily Stotesbury went up to Joan of Arc . . Sue Anderson
''Mrs. C. I. Grace and children went Jacksonville Wednesday morning to Queen Eleanor . Valeta Potter the 2nd brigade, and Miss Kate r r inspiration! into every tHk and cur

0 to Jacksonville Tuesday to spend Queen Esther. . . .Sue Barco Hewes Freeland and Miss Elizabeth'
spend the remainder of the week tak- 1' ner of this ('&ta mMt. Worth to
relatives Reader .......Judge D. S. Williams. Legere Fleming as her maids of .. .
le week visiting ing in the carnival. I ...
After the tableaux refreshmentswere of honor. The purity of the cause a completely demerit HUM .f *****

Miss Mary Piatt, who has been Messrs. Newman, father and son, of served and during the evening for which the Confederate soldier pretty lists have net )'*t tit euIttN.

pending some time with her mother Perry, Ga., are spending a few daysin music was enjoyed. faced death and shed blood may well ,1r ; ,p
>. ho 1 Tennessee, has returned home. Ocala looking over the field here. Candy and other articles were sold be typified by these fair daughters of I a

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp retrued If they are satisfied they will move during the evening, the proceeds of the south. No command is necces- i 1 I isfaction i III my pleasure.Yours .

home yesterday morning from to Ocala permanently and will engage the entertainment were used for the sary to insure for them every cour- for Millinery,

in the growing of watermelons.Mrs. I benefit of the Grace Episcopal church tesy and consideration at the handsof ..
_few days' visit to
... fund. our comrades.By .
Nathan Mayo and little son, MRS. MINNIE BOSTICK
who is in
3Mr. George G. Mathews, : Operators Association. order of Brigadier l1eral
who have been the of Mrs. Turpentine
4 wo business. at Clayno, is in .- *.*.guests 1, ,* ,,* The Marion county subassociationof Francis P. Fleming, commanding 2nd I
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN 'I soon be better lights. turpentine operators met in the Florida Brigade, U. C. V.

office of1r.. R. S. Hall Friday, 1 ABRAHAM D. WILLIAMS,
Mr. Thomas E. Pasteur has purchased >
Maj. T. C. Hall is in South. Flor the Tuscawilla and while the gathering was not as Lient-Colonel, AdjtGeneral.Good .
cottage on
ida. large as usual enthusiasm was not .
I street now occupied by Mr. P. V. Spirits. I

The Ocala Banner covers Ocala like : Leavengood business manager of lacking and the proceedings were Good,spirits don't all come from 1

the warmth of the sunshine. I the Ocala Banner, and will move very interesting: Kentucky. Their main source is the

into the same at an early date. Mr. The special business in hand was liver, and the fine spirits ever madein
Miss Kate Mitchell, of Levon, was I' j
j the annual election of officers and
Pastuer's aunt will keep house for [ the Blue Grass state could not rem-
T. in the city on a shopping tour Satur him. there was universal regret when it edy a bad liver or the hundredandone I .

day. ascertained that it would be
was ill effects it produces. You can't --- -
The friends in this county, of Capt.J. !
Editor Mrs. and Miss Bittinger are impossible to re-elect as president of
have good spirits and a bad liver at STOVES, W11U: NFTTIXM: ,
H. Welch will be glad to learn
back from a delightful visit to the the association Colonel Felder Lang, the same time. Your liver must be RANGES FIELD FEXC'K,
that he has of twen-
an orange grove
World's fair. who is now no longer a turpentine
in fine condition if would feel
ty-five acres on Arch creek, near \ ,
Hon. H. W. Long says that Marion Miami, which is in fine condition. operator. buoyant, happy and hopeful, brightof OIL STOVES. VARMS1IIXIIAR.ESS
Colonel Lang has been presidentof '."
county must capture the first prizeat Besides, he has a number of bearing the association since its organization eye, light of step, vigorous and c 'G.'En};, ''
successful in pursuits You can
the South Florida fair. trees. The is all your
.. grapefruit captain and the members part with him CROCKERY, "'.U.O S,
-- -- put your liver in fine condition by us-
Mrs. J. H. Benjamin and little son,, right. _
regretfully. ing Green's August Flower, the CUTLERY, FLOWN, : .._-iti.tDILEItY
who have been spending the summerin Miss Maud Nelson and Miss Mamie He is held in high appreciation anda greatest of all medicines for the liver (..r f.\S, K 7 -

Georgia, are back home again. Watson, of Jacksonville, Fla., have vote of thanks was tendered him and stomach and a certain cure for .
returned home after a visit to Miss
standing.The dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena Line of Sash Door and Blinds All
A Full Sizes
"Please go 'way and let me sleep, Sara Hamrick.-Atlanta Journal. favorate household remedy for over :
following are the new officersof
is the motto of some Florida towns, Miss Nelson is a sister of Mrs. M.C. thirty five years. August Flower will

but never think for a moment it is i. Looney and Miss Watson a sisterof the association all of whom were make your liver healthy and active LET.US QUOTE PRICES. WE'LL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
elected by acclamation, viz.: and thus insure liberal
you a supplyof
Ocala's motto. Rather Ocala's motto Mr. F. L. Watson and both have
President, D. A. Clark,,vice presi- "good spirits." Trial size,25c; regular -
been visitors to Ocala on several oc '
Is "the town that never sleeps. casions.Mr. dent, G. A. Petteway; secretary and bottles,75c.Drug Store.For sale ,at AntiMonopoly m T. W. SMITH & CO., Ocala Fla.

Two petitions are being circulatedin treasurer. E. P. Thagard.The .

the second ward-one for the re G. C. Crom left Friday for At- next meeting of the associa- Telephone' Line to Fairfield.

tention of Dr. James E. Chace on lanta to accompony his wife home. tion will be held the second Thursday Mr. W. A. Murphy, of Fairfield,

the board of aldermen, and one for Mrs. Crom has been in the hospital in in November, which this year was in Ocala Firday and suggestsas
Mr. Geo. R. McKean to succeed Mr. that city receiving treatment. )lr.1 will fall on the 10th. a business proposition the estab-

James M. Barco, who has removedhis and Mrs. Crom will stop in Gaines- lishment of a telephone line from

residence into another,ward. ville for a few days, where their Lockjaw Cause, tetanus of Lockjaw.is caused by a Ocala to Fairfield via Kendrick, Low- S.. A. STANDLEY & CO.

children are visiting relatives and bacillus or germ which exists plenti- ell and Reddick. It is the richest I
Miss Carrie Samford, of Opelika, I
Ala., is in the city and will spend the they will all come home together. fully in street dirt. It is inactive so section of the county and telephone Livery Feed and Sale Stables =

winter with :Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. MissApline Blitch, who tips the long as exposed to the air, but when I connection would increase. Ocala's ,
street.-Atlanta carried beneath the skin as in the bank and trade in di-
Drake, on hey deposits many
scales at ISO pounds, will be one of I.
wound caused
by percussioncaps
We the most completeline
Journal. rections. It is a proposition that will .carry
the attractions at the Jacksonville or by rusty nails, and when the
Miss Samford is pleasantly remem- do to discuss.To of Harness Saddles etc .
carnival. She was born in this coun- air is excluded the germ is roused to

bered here as the guest of Mrs. R. G. ty and is eighteen years of age. )Ir. activity and produces the most viru- Entertain for Mr:. Welsh, in central Florida, and will give s; ;
Blake and Mrs. G. W. Martin lent poison known. These germs may I I!
John T. Moore will be her manager William will
Mrs. Hocker give a the lowest '
be destroyed and all danger of lock- our patrons very ,
Little Miss Mary Harriet Livingston who is already: in Jacksonville mak- jaw avoided by applying Chamber- reception on Monday afternoon, Oct.
prices. We are thoroughly ;
gave her little friends a very ing arrangements for her exhibition.Mr. lain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the 31st, in compliment to Mrs. Edward

happy birthday party Saturday aft- injury is received. Pain Balm is an Cristy Welsh, of Cornell.It equipped for fitting out turpen-
Tom Jordan, of Apalachicola and causes cuts, bruises
ernoon at the home of her parents, who has many warm friends in Talla- and antiseptic like injuries to heal without mat- will be a very large and delightful tine and lumber teams, gear, s I

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston. The hassee, will soon sever his connec- uration and in one third the time required event and is being looked forwardto wagons, etc. t
little ones enjoyed themselves im- tion with the Capital City bank by the usual treatment. It is with a great deal of pleasure. Mrs. L:4

mensely.You branch at that place. Mr, Jordan for sale by all druggists. m Welsh has just recently >moved here We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer

mothers, must know this goes to Jacksonville to accept a posi- and has already made many warm Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon
who are
tion with the Atlantic National Bank. u. D. c. North Side Court HOUSP. OAla. Fla
When baby cries there's aught amiss. friends, who will be delighted at this
"Teethina" will, like magic art -Tallahassee Capital. Dickison Chapter United Daughtersof I ..:..J
A wonder-working cure impart. Mr. Jordan formerly lived in Ocala, the Confeceracy held a pleasant opportunity._ of meeting her"-* again.

acts"Teethina"the effects overcomes of summer's and counter-heat, being connected here with the First I called meeting with Mrs J. H. Confessions- of a Priest. J. Dl. MEFFERT. J. II, TAYLOR

aids digestion, regulates the bowels National Bank. Livingston, sr., yesterday afternoon. Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake Ark.,

and makes teething easy. Better Than Pills. Measures looking towards the entertainment writes: "For 12 years I suffered from I J

knownas The question has been asked-in of the Confederate Vet- yellow jaundice, I consulted a number OCALA! ICE&[ PACKING![ C COMPANY
Mr. C. H. Dame, popularly what way are Chamberlain's Stomach erans whose fourteenth annual reunion of physicians and tried all sorts . ..

t "the candy man," says this title and Liver .Tablets superior to the or- will be held in Ocala Nov. 1-3, of medicines, but got no relief. Then
must take a back seat for the next dinary cathartic and liver pills? Our We will be ready for
were proposed and discussed.The I[ began the use of Electric Bitters
months. Exit "the candy man. answers is-they are easier and more
four Dickison chapter will aid in and feel that I am now cured of a
to take and their effect is so
.) Enter "the oyster man." He has pleasant possible to make the stay disease that had me in its grasp far
way STORAGEabout
every COLD
gentle and agreeable that one hardly -
secured the services of "Parson," one 12'' years. "If you want a reliable
: realizes that it is produced by. a of the visitors pleasant.
5 of the best oyster cooks in the city Then not only move After the business feathures were medicine for liver and kidney trouble
medicine. they November 1st, and we solicet a share of your
disorder general debility,
stomach or I
the hostess light refreshments
and is prepared to serve juicy:, fresh the bowels but Improve the appetiteand ended Electric Bitters. Its guaranteedby patronage.
oysters to all at his place on South aid the digestion. For sale at 25 and the afternoon passed get Tydings & Co. Only 50c. OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

Magnolia street. cents per bottle by all druggists. m pleasantly. i J

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TABLEAUX- VIY0NT.I To Honor Ocala.. -GO TO-

Good Pretty Entertainment at Mrs. H. A. THE FAIR.
Health Fcrd's Friday Night. Jacksonville, Oct.14, 1904. 1 I

i. The "Dream of Fair Women" given GENERAL No. 5.ORDER}. I I -FOR-

it the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. 1. In pursuance of general orders I STAPLE FANCY ::
." to the :Ford Friday night was a very pretty No. 50( issued from headquarters of ,

jvent. Florida Division United Confederate ,

hp The entertainment was in the form Veterans, announcing the 14th annual White House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.

Children :)l f tableaux with the characters of encampment to take place at 21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.We .
Fennyson's beautifully portrayed -
4j on Tuesday, Wednesday,
../ by a group of Ocala's "fair wo- and Nov. 1st 2nd and 3rd
Thursday, ,
the Market Prices for Chickens
,nen." The.entertainment was givenn the brigadier-general commanding Pay Highest ,

Children especially are fond of dainties I> the large verands and as the curtains the 2nd brigade urges upon the camfs Eggs, and All Kinds of Country Produce.

1 1r ; were drawn and the charactersn I of this to send full
f brigade delegations
appropriate costumes were shown, I to attend the division encampment.Let B. L, ,HALL., Prop.

fudge David S. Williams behind the us see to it that, as we shall West Side Public Square. Ocala, Fla

"' scenes, read aloud Tennyson' beautiful gather around the camp fires in fraternal .

t 4/ 1 : ; effect poem was explaining very artistic the characters.The and prety. -. brigade greeting shall surpass of our the comrades second, no in I Exquisite! Charming!! Stunning-!!!

the number and enthusiasm of its

Tennyson's characters were represented -
delegations. These are some of the exprrot40iM
by the following ladies: I I 2. All members of the brigade ,

-! ? Elizabeth . . . Mary Little I staff are requested to attend the encampment -to be heard when the ladle look at z

Men of Troy. . .Mrs. C. Camp !
thea of ,
A I in uniform as far as pos gregation uptonoHATS.
Queen of Rhodes. .Gertrude Pereda
Cleopatra.Irs.. D. S. Woodrow sible. RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS now
feptha's Daughter Violet Harris 3. The brigadier-general commanding
Rosamond . '.. .Eulalee Izlar announces the appointment of being shown here. The prism of

'haraoh'sDaughter Johnnie Liddon Miss Julia Telfair Stockton as sponsorfor n Fashion has scattered rays of arttfttic
Joan of Arc . ,Sue Anderson : t
the 2nd brigade, and Miss Kate t ,
Queen Eleanor. . .Valeta Potter inspiration into every nook and cor

Queen Esther. . .Sue Barco Hewes Freeland and Miss Elizabeth
1' ner of this ebtabibhment. Word to
deader, ......Judge! D. S. Williams. Legere Fleming as her maids of
1 After the tableaux refreshments of honor. The purity of the cause completely describe some of theeeZ4 -

;%:fi were served and during the evening for which the Confederate soldier 1 pretty hats have not yet been coined

music was enjoyed. faced death and shed blood may well .
f- / s so drop in and SEE them. Your eat
'r4= Candy and other articles were sold be typified by these fair daughters of

'R bb luring the evening, the proceeds of the south. No command is necces- ,, ) // / ,,t isfaction is my pleasure.

he; entertainment were used for the sary to insure for them every courtesy .. Yours for Millinery,

benefit of the Gra.e Episcopal church and consideration at the handsof I IVIRS.

fund. our comrades.By .
order ,of Brigadier-General .
Turpentine Operators Association.

.-- ....... The Marion county subassociationof Francis P. Fleming, commanding 2nd

[. HAPPENINGS ABOUT"TOWN- soon be better lights. "Y turpentine operators met in the Florida Brigade, U. C. V. wwvwv
office ofIr.. R. S. Hall Friday, I
Mr. Thomas E. Pasteur has pur
a'I Maj. T. C. Hall is in South Flor chased the cottage on Tuscawilla and while the gathering was not as Lient-Colonel: Adjt-General. T.OT. SMITHS GO.HARDWARE
usual enthusiasm was' not .
large as
E ida. Good Spirits.
street now occupied by Mr. P. V.

Tt'" The Ocala Banner covers Ocala like Leavengood, business manager ol lacking and the proceedings were Good,spirits don't all come from

the warmth of the sunshine. I Ii the Ocala Banner, and will move I very interesting Kentucky. Their main source is the

into the same at an early date. Mr The special business in hand was liver, and the fine spirits ever madein
Miss Kate Mitchell, of Levon, was I: the annual election of officers and
Pastuer's aunt will keep house for I I the Blue Grass state could not rem
" i ''4 in the city on a shopping tour Saturday him. I there was universal regret when it edy a bad liver or the hundredandone .

; was ascertained that it would be ill effects it produces. You can't v -- -
The friends in this county, of Capt
Editor, Mrs. and Miss Bittinger are impossible to re-elect as president of have good spirits and a bad liver at STOVES, WIUE NLrrzNII,
J. H. Welch will be glad to learn
: back from a delightful visit to the the association Colonel Felder Lang,, the same time. Your liver must be BINGES, HELD FENCE: ,
t that he has an orange grove of twen
World's fair. who is now no longer a turpentine in fine condition if you would feel HEATERS, PAINTS A OILS,
Arch ,creek, neaMiami
ty-five acres on "
# operator. buoyant, happy and hopeful, brightof .
i thatIarion OIL STOVES, VARNISHES: .,
: Hon. H. W. Long says which is in fine condition. has been
Colonel presidentof
light of step, vigorous and
county must capture the first prize Besides, he has a number of bearing the association since its organization eye AGATE WARE, HARNESS,
successful in pursuits You can
f at the South Florida fair. grapd-fruit trees. The captain is all and the members part with him your CROCKERY, WAGO2IN,
-- ---- put your liver in fine condition by us
Mrs. J. H. Benjamin and little son, right. regretfully.He ing Green's August Flower, the CUTLERY, PLOWS,

who have been spending the summer: Miss Maud Nelson and Miss Mamie is held in high appreciation anda greatest of all medicines for the liver SADDLERY (HTS!" E 'J

in Georgia, are back home again. I. Watson, of Jacksonville, Fla., have vote of thanks was tendered him and stomach and a certain cure for .

t "' I returned home after a visit toIiss: standing.The dyspepsia or indigestion. It has been, A Full Line of Sash Door and Blinds All Sizes
Hamrick. Atlanta
"Please go 'way and let me sleep, Sara a favorate household remedy for over
following are the new officersof
is the motto of some Florida towns,, Miss Nelson.is a sister of Mrs. M. thirty five years. August Flower will

f. but never think for, a moment it is C. Looney and Miss Watson a sisterof the association all of whom were make your liver healthy and active LET.US QUOTE PRICES. WE'LL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.T. 4
elected acclamation.: insure liberal
by and thus you a supplyof
and both have
Ocala's motto. Rather Ocala's motto Mr. F. L. Watson
:'"- President, D. A. Clark, vice presi- "good spirits." Trial size,25c; re
f is "the town that never sleeps. been visitors to Ocala on several oc For sale at AntiMonopoly -
bottles,75c. -
gular Fla.
SMITH & GO. Ocala
casions.Mr. dent, G. A. Petteway; secretary and W. ,
I Drug Store. mTelephone
i Two petitions are being circulated treasurer. E. P. Thagard.The .

1 in the second ward-one for the retention G. C. Crom left Friday for At next meeting of the associa- Line to Fairfield.Mr. I
f. of Dr. James E. Chace on : lanta to accompony his wife home. tion will be held the second Thursda W. A. Murphy, of Fairfield, I

II' the board of aldermen, and one for I I Mrs. Crom has been in the hospital in in November, which this year was in Ocala Firday and suggestsas S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLERS

Mr. Geo. R. McKean to succeed Mr. that city receiving treatment. )Ir. will fall on the 10th. !! a business proposition the estab-
.f- I
James M. Barco, who has removed and Mrs. Crum will stop in Gainesville lishment of a telephone line from

[. his residence into another,ward.: I for a few days, where their Lockjaw Cause, or tetanus of Lockjaw.is caused by a Ocala to Fairfield: via Kendrick, Lowell ,: A. STANDLEY & CO

children are visiting relatives and bacillus or germ which exists plenti- and Reddick. It is the richest

; Miss Carrie Samford, of Opelika the, they will all come home together.Miss fully in street dirt. It is inactive so section of the county and telephone Feed and Sale Stables
and will spend
k Ala., is in the city Livery ,
the air but when Ocala's
winter with Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Apline Blitch, who tips the long as exposed to connection would increase ,
street.-Atlanta carried beneath the skin as in the and trade in di t
Ivey bank deposits many
r Drake, on
scales at 480 pounds, will be one of wound caused by percussioncaps We the most complete '
Journal rections. It is a proposition that will
,. the attractions at the Jacksonville or by rusty nails, and when the
:Miss Samford is pleasantly remembered carnival. She was born in this county air is excluded the germ is roused to do to discuss.To line' of Harness, Saddles, etc .

: r here as the guest of Mrs. R. G. and is eighteen years of age. )Ir. activity and produces the most virulent Entertain for Mr:. Welsh, in: central Florida, and will give e
; Blake and Mrs. G. W. Martin poison known. These germs may I!
John T. Moore will be her manager be destroyed and all danger of lock- Mrs. William Hocker will give a our patrons the very.l west 'ti ;

f Little Miss Mary Harriet Livingston who is already in Jacksonville making jaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's reception on Monday: afternoon, Oct. prices. We are thoroughly'.w.

gave her little friends a very arrangements for her exhibition.Mr. Pain Balm freely as soon as the 31st, in compliment to Mrs. Edward t

happy birthday party Saturday afternoon injury is received. Pain Balm is an Cristy Welsh, of Cornell.It I equipped for fitting out turpentine -
I .Tom Jordan, of Apalachicola, antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises
at the home of her parents, I who has many warm friends in Tallahassee and like injuries to heal'withoutmat- will be a very large and delightful and lumber teams, gear,

f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston. The will soon sever his connection uration and in one third the time re- event and is being looked forwardto wagons, etc. 1f r'4i'

1. little ones enjoyed themselves imf with the Capital City bank quired by the usual treatment. It is with a great deal of pleasure. Mrs. __:.4-

mensely.You .. branch at that place. Mr, Jordan for sale by all druggists. m Welsh has just recently moved here We always keep on'hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Jacksonville to accept a position and Farm 'Va on8.I .
to "White
>: goes made warm Buggies, and Hickory" Turpentine
and has many
: know this already
t who are mothers, must with the Atlantic National Bank. I U. D. C. North Side Court House. .' Ocala 11 n
When baby cries there's aught amiss. friends, who will be delighted at this
"Teethina" will, like magic art -Tallahassee Capital.Mr. Dickison Chapter United Daughtersof I I ---.J

'I A wonderworking cure impart. Jordan formerly lived in Ocala, the Confeceracy held a pleasant opportunity- of meeting- her-. again.

; acts"Teethina"the effects overcomes of summer's and counter-heat, being connected here with, the First called meeting with Mrs. J. H. Confessions of a Priest. I.r )l. MEFFERT. J. H, TAYLOR.COLD .

I' aids digestion, regulates the bowels National Bank. Livingston, sr., yesterday afternoon. Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
towards the entertainment "For 12 I suffered from I I
Measures looking writes: years
and makes teething easy.
.'t" known The question Better Than has been Pills. asked-in of the Confederate Veterans yellow jaundice, I consulted a number OCALA[! ICE I ( & PACKING! COMPANY.j .

*. Mr. C. H. Dame, popularly what way are Chamberlain's Stomach whose fourteenth annual reunion of physicians and tried all sortsof .

if as "the candy man," says this title and Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary will be held in Ocala Nov. 1-3, medicines, but got no relief. Then
1.J. must take a back seat for the next cathartic and liver pills? Our were proposed and discussed. I began the use'of Electric Bitters We will be ready' for

1J months. Exit "the candy man." answers is-they are easier and more cured of
"A\ four The Dickison chapter will aid in and feel that I am now a
Enter "the oyster man." He has pleasant to take and their effect is so every way possible to make the stay' disease that had me in its grasp for STORAGE
and agreeable that one hardly
services of "Parson," one gentle; 12' years. "If you want a reliable -
g secured the of the visitors pleasant.
realizes that it is produced by a liver and kidney trouble
cooks in the city After the business feathures were medicine for 1st and we solicet a share of
4 of the best ,oyster medicine. Then they not only move stomach disorder or general debility, about November your
the hostess served light refreshments -
and is prepared to serve juicy fresh the bowels but Improve the appetiteand ended Electric Bitters. Its guaranteedby patronage. -
and the afternoon passed get ICE & PACKING CO.
{ 'i-' oysters to all at his place on South aid the digestion. For sale at 25 Tydings & Co. Only 50c. I .
Magnolia street. cents per bottle by all druggists. m pleasantly.

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Fatal Fight Occurs Between Two Men

Atlanta Oct. 24. Sam F. Ring 40

years old, a Geiiiian ilcU'.tl, ... ...-
R ,S l 110ri son FOUR Central avenue, stabbed and killed:

p RS H1+5 pp0E0 of Courtmartial Held with a pair ol scissors John F.. lio- !

yE A pens, another barber, alsoi') years

1 %,000ii0 In Statesboro Affair. old and a German .vho iicarcisd; at Lsa

tAO$ t 5OOM+ OVR Spring streat. in the shop of Ganaone: Our store is too crowded and to make room we offer greatS -
Rntcroff1 Bros., in the Pledmcst Lotel at bargains in
t o'clcck Saturday Doming. Hopeas
No Longer Wanted In Service of the died within five minutes after he was I

State-Suspension for Lieutenant stabbed the shears gcisg to his heart. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats

Ring ran out ol the shop and down
Well and Reprimand for Lieutenant
Houston 5t It is thought that S
r -V : eeL
Ii X risr Rl' Griner he will give ;:j:1:elf u? later en. ? and Gents Furnishing Goods.

RE FDA Savannah, Ga., Oct 2#,-The follow. The fightvcs fierce three large water

A p 1 its oH ing are the findings and verdicts of jottles l-eicg thrown -by the prin- S and they must be sold. Now is the time to torn your money <
t A tx the courtmartial before which were slpals. into winter supplies. Come while they last. They will be sold.

tried Captain Robert M. Hitch and the The Gioncone: brothers and a negro The prices will move them.

other officers named who served at bootblack were unable to cope with

Statesboro August 15 and 16 last under the men, who fought first in the shop

orders to prevent mob violenceand then in the hallway outside, where the KR SNOfF ROSIN

to protect two negroes, Reed .and stabbing occurred and again in the ,
alter had been mortally
Cato shop Hcpecs
being lynched, and from
whom these negroes were taken by the i I wounded. Xext to Jlclver fc Maekay, Ocala, Flan .

mob and burned at the stake. Governor I I Immediately after the tragedy men
o' Terrell has in the barber shop gave out the in
approved the findS #
jw formation that Simon had killed
ings and sentences of the court and Ring
I official Hopens. In this way a report was
orders to that effect will be
: issued at once by Adjutant General circulated that was erroneous, Sam

I S. W. Harris: Ring having done the stabbing. The .
error was due to the fact that Simon
I Captain Robert M. Hitch, company
{ J I I, First infantry, G. S. T., guilty and Ring is well known among barbers and '
works in the with Sam 1 ; 11 4 I.',
j- f ordered dismissed from the service of same shop
1 i 0f the state. Ring, his brother It was the latter

First Lieutenant George A. Melt however, and not Simon Ring. who did

company I, First Infantry G. S. T.,, the fatal stabbing.
guilty of conduct prejudicial to good The quarrel between the two men,
order and which resulted in the throwing of hot
military discipline, and ordered -
-- suspended from all duty for one ties and a general commotion in the

year and to be publicly reprimanded. shop was the outcome of differencesthat

SPARfitdAN IN OCALA. fiscal year ending the thirtieth of last Second Lieutenant Henry L. Griner, have existed between them for

June was seven hundred and fifty company A, First infantry, guilty of three months. :

Saturday, was Sparkman day in millions of dollars, eighty millions leaving his command without orders,
and .ordered publicly reprimanded.First EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. }
Ocala. Everything was auspicious, more than had ever before been ex- 1 r. .
Lieutenant Charles A. Cone,
the air was brisk and the sun shone pended in any single year. That the company A, First infantry, G. S. !? Records at John's Hopkins University

brightly, and besides the large number American people stood aghast when and First Lieutenant A. A. Morrison Since Last April.
F Baltimore, Md. Oct 24.-Fifteen
of voters, a number of ladies were the appropriations in a single con not guilty. ,
earthquakes have been recorded' on 3
Captain Robert M.
Hitch was ordered
out to hear him discuss the issues of
had amounted to a billion dollars -
gress in August 15 last by the governor the seismograph or earthquake machine
the campaign. but unless some check was given to elect 50 men from the companies at the Johns Hopkins university

: The distinguished speaker was in- Mr. Roosevelt the next congress of the First infantry at Savannah.and since April last This is shown by
the films used from April to October
troduced by Hon. R. A. Burford, would be known as the two billion two officers, and to report to
Sheriff J. Z. Kendrick, of Bullochcounty which have Just been developed.Not .
who b Sir. Sparkman's committeeman dollar congress. He said that duringMr.
only has the instrument exceeded
in the jail at Savannah for the
for this county.In Roosevelt's four-year term a s purpose of escorting to Statesboro two its record in number, but the longest

his introduction Mr. Burford president the expenditures had negroes. .Ree-d and Cato, Who were to shock ever shown on the seismograph : -
be tried for the murder of the was registered during that
hundred Hodges
amounted to twenty-sis
paid a well merited tribute to Mr.Sparkman's time. '
family near the Bulloch
activity and industry millions of dollars, eight hundred and Captain Hitch took with county him seat Lieu On August 27 last there was recordQ ;

: daring his ten years of public service. eight million more than had been. expended tenant J. W. McIntyre, Jr., and the 50 an earthquake that begun at 4 p.

He said that Ocala was particularly by Mr. Cleveland.He men as directed and the prIsoners m. and lasted three hours and one- -

indebted to him for securing said that the United States is were escorted to Statesboro. The.reCaptain half. The shock moved the register ---:..'- : 'lid -
-'- --- -
i''iE."W'! ]
I beam two-thirds of i
Hitch took command of all an inch. The longest
for her'an for the now paying more to keep up her military
appropriation quake previously felt was the one'
I the troops, including company A..Sta. 'V'I
purchase of a lot on which is ultimately establishment than is expendedby tloned at Statesboro and in command which caused great damage in Guatemala

to be erected a public build- Germany. France or England, or of First Lieutenant Charles A. Cone. March 18. 1902.. It continues -

Ing and the chairman took occasion ; any of the European empires Her The history of how the two nero i three hours. ..

that to My Ocala In Mr.was.Sparkman's figuring on presence a half J I' then and spoke said along that the the average lines of American taxation were sentenced they taken had by away been Judge from tried Daly the convicted to be troops hanged and after MOTHER AND SON SLAIN. e II e e II v 11 I

million dollar building and would not 1 family is paying tribute to the and then burned at the stake by the Unknown .Person Cuts Throat of Mrs.

be contented with a'structure costing policy of protection, inaugurated and mob is everywhere well known. La.McGee and Boy.
Athens Oct 24.-Mrs. Ikea A.
less than one hundred ,thousand dollar persisted in by the republicans, to A court of inquiry appointed to investigate McGee wife of a farmer. and her 10- 4.---__n_ ..__ _
the conduct of the troops t -
*. the amount of one hundred and ten Ctatesboro year-old son, Ham, were killed Friday .
was followed by a court-
dollars and that the by an unknown person who cut
annually martial '
While Mr. Burford was speaking a poorerfamilies appointed by Governor Ter
their threats.
are paying more than their rell, which sat at Savannah during
bouquet was sent to the speaker'sfctand Posses are out hunting'or a negro OF YOUR STOMACH
share of these the week beginning Oct. 10, and '4
for Mr. Sparkman which he unnecessary fore which all of the officers who be'who] is supposed to have committed
and that the agriculturist living under the crime. ,
handed over to him in manner so in the work of the troops at IF YOU USE STIMULANT\
<- foreign flags less for American The sheriff has arrested a man
pays -
graceful and language so pleasing Statesboro, with the exception of Lieutenant named Chalghead the half
that would have done honor to Lord manufactured products than our Mclntyre, were placed on trial .
McGee who
was on the place at the
home farmers. He explained the With the, presentation of its findings
Chestc-rfleld. time Craighead is in the. parish
and sentences to
"stand pat" policy as now being exploited jail at Homer.
Mr. Sparkman responded in a most through Adjutant General Harris, the]
by the republican spellbinders Demands a high standard

pleasing and happy manner and said courtmartial completed its work, and Report .
[ and told what Mr. Roosevelt this has been in
that the flowers would be an inspira every particular St. Petersburg Oct. 24.-The Associated
thought of our farmers in his speeches by Governor Terrell. It now Press
tion to him to have his public life reflect II remains only for the adjutant is authorized to deny the of Wh sky. X 2C
of eight years ago. He denied general report printed by the Soir, of Paris
their innocence and purity. to carry out the
I sentences by the
that the south was disfranchising the yesterday to the effect that there was
Turning from the ladies, to whomhe I issuance of the requisite orders. : an attempt on the life of Emperor The Strauss
negro, and in proof of our friendliness brands of
I Nicholas Thursday In which
paid a most glowing and splendid there
towards him said Savannah Ga., Oct. 24.
that we had paid -Captain were 11 victims.
tribute, he said he congratulated the Hitch I
and Lieutenant Mell refuse to
for his education the ----
s enormous sum -- -
democrats present on the bright pros discuss the findings of the courtmar Whiskies will help
of one hundred. and twenty-five million you
tial each
pecta of democratic success. He said
dollars. "I have nothing to say at present"a OffENSIVE
that the democrats were more united The distinguished speaker paid The feeling here is that the finding to do it and save

than they had been in twelve years, fervid tribute to Ocala's hustle, progressive in the case of Captain Hitch was you

which foreshadowed, be believed, a harsh. There are rumors of some cAiARK
sweeping victory. He said that while and indomitable spirit, and relief being sought through the civil money, None better
said that if it was in his
be had power to do courts, but Just what course might betaken ,
no excuses to make for the
so he would have an appropriations for was not stated. The effect ol
position he occupied in the the sentences of Captain I suffered for a long time with a bad
her Hitch and
of a half a million dollars for a of .
of 1596 and 1900 he could not refrain .public building. Lieutenant Mel on the Oglethorpa case medicine Catarrh without, and any took benefit.a great deal oi "NEVER POUR

from thanking the prodigals in the Light Infantry, of which they were I had a continual headache, my cheeks
He again paid his graceful respectsto the senior had BUT THEY "
party for returning to their father's commanding officers, is a grown purple, my nose was always REIGN.
the ladies and thanked the gentlemen matter of conjecture.It stopped up,my breath had a sickening and
house and he was willing that the It was disgusting odor,and I coughedincessanU
for listening so attentively to: reported some weeks ago I ,
heard of
S. S. S. and
fatted your wrote
calf be
slain, but wanted the that a round robin was you.
remarks and took his seat amidst circulated I commenced to use it, and after taking
whole democratic party to join in pledging the signers to withdraw incase I, several bottles I was cured and have Strauss' 76 Fern-Hill
the love feast which would be spread very generous appluase. the findings were unfavorable to never since had the slightest symptom of Rye, Strauss Royal Re. en
Cough Captain Hitch. This was held the disease. Miss MARY L. Sro aaa. ,
M soon after November 8th as return until the sentiments of Captain Hitch up Cor. yth.& Felix Sts., St Joseph, Mo.

of the election could be re No one who is acquainted with its could be ascertained.It Wheeling, W.-Va., May 29, 1903. Cedar Brook

ceived. good qualities can be surprised at It is certain that he will disapprove I had Nasal Catarrh for years for which I W H. McBrayer
used S. S. S. with
lie said that there was no other great popularity of Chamberlain'sCough 'Captain any such course. The discharge of I tried local applications very gratifying for some results.time, '

place for a patriot but in the democratic i- Remedy. It not only cures Hitch without modifying and getting no permanent relief I came:to
colds and words debars him from holding state the conclusion that the seat of the trouble Strauss'IX I L Baltimore Rye; Queen
party, and grip effectiually and An
no man could permanently or municipal office;' The suspension was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to>be Scotch,
; once be a democrat and stray fremthe but prevents these diseasesin does not affect in any way Lieutenant a good blood medicine began its use,

fold and not sooner or later re- resulting in pneumonia. It is also Mell, who is employed In the city fire did'away and after using entirely it for with some the offensive little

turn to it. That it was like whiffingth. a certain cure for croup. Whooping department as clerk. cus in the nostrils, and I did not eta Pilgrimage Sour Mash Planter Rye

- [ air of Florida, the man who cough is not dangerous when this To Inspect Rice Fields._ to hawk dislodge and spit the, especially catarrhal in matter.the morning, .

:; once visited the state was sure to re- remedy is given. It contains no New Orleans, Ode Accompanied 1627 South St. FRED H. PRESSY.

P turn again. opium or other harmful substanceand by Governor N. C. Blanchard. Hon. i The- filthy secretions-and. foul mucus that Maryland Rye, sharpe, Old Harmt Corn

He said that the democratic may be given as confidently to Manuel L. Diaz Cuban secretary of : are continually dropping back into thetank
party public works, left here today to vise throat, find their way into the stomach
s ought to succeed because it deservedsuccess a baby as to an adult. It is also[ the rice sections of Louisiana ind are absorbed into the blood. Ca
$ and the record it had made[ pleasant to take. When all thesefacts Texas. Mr. Diaz will inspect the rice then becomes constitutional.and I -

|, during its administration of the government are taken into consideration. it mills at Crowley today. He will look only way to get the rid

I* would show that it was nevI is not surprising that people in foreign over the oil fields in Texas on Sun of it is through the STRAUSS &

ir er extravagant in its expenditures. lands, as well at home esteem day and then go td Houston. During S S S blood. :Write us it CO.
his trip to the United Sates he wili you have-Catarrh,
He said that the history of the repub- ,this remedy very highly and very few visit Governor Vardaman, of Dilssiss!o- :and our physicians -
I "can party was a history of extravagance I are willing to take any other after pi, and. Governor-Peabody of Colora _wi1iadviS yon WHOLESALE- ,& RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS.9fLA .
having uSed -
once it. For
4 & ; that ,1U expenditures for the sale by do, and will also, spend some time at wjthout'e.. ;
all druggists. m I the. St Louis exposition. The Swift,Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. ,. '- r r FLORIDA

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U2A ILI2ASSTH EABBIS Local Editor Mr.and Mrs.R.A. Green, who have
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been spending the summer and.fall in

HAPPENINGS ABOUT tOWN. North Carolina,Tennessee and Michi- LADIES-

gan, have returned home. They are

The open season for quail and fires with their daughter, Mrs. T. B. i SILK COOTS, EDfltTHE{

ia not far off. Snyder. j I In

Rev. Chas. M. Gray, of St. Peters- three.quarterand .
Mr. Smoak of
George Hamburg S. i full lengths, black shades
Coo is in Ocala on a visit to his rela- burg, who for a number:of years was and white, from sizes 32 to 42; from:
tives. the rector of Grace Episcopal church i I

in this city, is here for a few day's $14 TO $35. $3.50 TO $8
Dr. II. C. Walkup, of McIntosh, '
visit andls receiving a cordial welcome -
was a prominent visitor to Ocala yes-
from his friends. I
terday.Col. .

Otis T. Green is.back from an Miss Annie Berry who has been II You Get Better Clothing and Pay Less

important professional visit to Talla spending several week's very delightfully -

hassee. In this city as the guest of Mrs. *

M. E. Fox and her Miss Mallie
For it at Eheinaner's.There's
Miss Beatrice Sinclair has gone to !
Butler, returned to her home at .
Jacksonville. She will be absent for I
Green Cove Springs, Sunday af
about ten days. noon. er-I

Mrs. Charles Sage and Mrs.; Harry i
Cline returned yesterday from a visit dale Mr. Anthony C. Finzel, of Weirs- the whole reason of our leadership in a nutshell-we not only sell at lower prices than others, but
was in Ocala Sunday on his
to the carnival. way to Jacksonville to spend the we sell Better Clothing at Lower Prices. Since we began selling clothing our watchword has been 'Improvement"

Mr. Arthur IIardaker, of the Clark- : carnival week. From there Mr.
and a determination to give you better than you were getting. As a consequence our leadership has been unquestioned -
Ray-Johnson Company at Martel, i Finzel expects to go on to New York .

was in Ocala .Tuesday. i City and possibly 'will return to and our business has continually increased until it has grown to be the largest inlthe city. A proper con

Messrs. D. S. Woodrow and S. A. England. sideration of these facts must convince anyone that there is a decided advantage to be gained in buying clothes from ]

t Rawls spent yesterday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson us, and it is not mere price advantage either.Men's .
seeing the carnival. their two sons and daughters and

Miss Emily Stotesbiiry went up to '
Suits. Men's Fall Overcoats
Mrs. C. I. Grace and children went Jacksonville Wednesday morning to Stylish

up to Jacksonville Tuesday to spend spend the remainder of the week tak- .

the week visiting relatives ing in the carnival. a.OO Single & Double-breasted soc s.
and Brown.
$)" $)0.00 TO $20. Black

Miss Mary I Piatt who has been Messrs. Newman, father and son, of New long-cut coat, soft finish BOYS' Strictly all wool, full length

spending some time with her mother Perry, Ga., are spending a few daysin Others Charge; Thibet, broad concave shoulders, Others Charge broad built shoulders, weUai
$15 and 513. non-breakable front, long sweep- $15 to $25- seams.
In Tennessee has returned home. :
Ocala looking over the field here. .
I ing lapels. '
r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp returned -1 If they are satisfied they will move .. I : Black Hats

home yesterday morning from : to Ocala permanently and will engagein Single & Double-breasted Sacfe. i School] bllllS i $3.00 DerbIes and soft hats of the

a few days' visit to Jacksonville.Mr. the growing_ of watermelons.Mrs. I $))5,00 I : finest quality, in black and the
newest shades of brown.
Of fancy mixed Worsted i
Nathan Mayo and little son,
George G. Mathews, who is in I Others Charge strictly all wool, broad built I .
the wood business at Clayno is in who have been the guests of Mrs. 1 $'" and "20back, lined with fine Princess i I AND I I I $10 1 $15 and $20

Ocala for a few day's visit with his Mayo's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V. i I silk. !, i ,
Newsom, returned to Summerfield .
Wednesday. Mrs. Mayo has just returned -
Capt. G. A. Nash and corporal Ed- Siggle & Double-breasted Sac s. i ran't be duplicated under a third more.
from most enjoyable visit to $20-00 ii'
"- a
win Pittman came in yesterday after i Single I Pants :These coats are 52 inches long, very stylish
the World's fair. Of fancy mixed Worsteds in I
in and be
carni- appearance, can worn on dry days
noon from a short handsome front
Others Charge patterns I
very as well as wet weather. They're of fancy
val. Miss' Minnie Coogler, of Brooks- S25 to $27.50. interlined with soft pliable cloth II worsteds, cassimers: cheviots and homespuns

Miss Annie DeLong of Candler, ville, who went to Chester, S. C., which prevents: sagging. No !I I in a great variety of stylish patterns and
after- I several weeks ago to visit relativesand custom tailor could furnish better for 53. j !!. they're guaranteed rainproof.
passed through Ocala Tuesday Ii I New. I
noon en route to Jacksonville to visit attend the wedding of her brother I q) ,Sty es :

friends. Mr. F. B. Coogler land Miss Ma
-- mie Carpenter, passed through Ocala LACE CURTAINS. I RUGS ;;
Mrs. D. G. Edwards, of the Ocala
yesterday afternoon enroute home.
House returned home yesterday froma (Second Floor) (Second Floor ) !I
few week's visit to her old home in, Mrs. M. F. Wallace of Calvary, a At Low Prices
In Brussels Arabic, pafr..S 5.50 !
Opelika, Alabama. few miles from Ocala, who has been Dentelle Arabics, pair. .-. .. .. 6.50 6 x 9 Smyrna, good quality./$11.00
spending the past eight months vis- Tambour Arabics, pair. . .. . 8.50. 9x12 Smyrna, good quality 111 .. 15 00 ;
Rev. N. B. Plummer, of Anthony, iting:in Canada and Van Couver's Island La Re veaux Arabics, pair .. .. . 12.M) I 9x12 Brussels .1. .. .. ....11,1 17.50 I j!
is attending the Baptist associationand has returned home. She had a Irish Point, white. .. . ..$5.00 to 7.50 9x12 Velvet: .. ... .... .. S2JJ.50 to 27.50 <:
is the guest of his sister-in-law, ; Swiss Ruffled, pair ... ... .. .40 to $2.00 I 9 x 12' XJDlmster ...1..111.11..1 3.5.00 ,:
very delightful visit and reports thata
Mrs.. Ed Carmichael.Mr. .
great many Canadians are emigrat- I

and Mrs. R. R. Carroll and ing to the United States. I ,

baby left Tuesday for St. Louis, The following persons left Wednes- RHEINAUER'S i RHEINAUER'S J RHEINAUER'S
will spend two weeks I
where they
day over the Seaboard for Jacksonville -

i taking in the big fair. to take in the carnival viz: : __ --- ._ ._ _._ ._-_:: = --
-- -
Mr. Samuel W. Teague and his sis- Messrs. H. C. Jones Max Rich, J. D. THOSE NEDUAi ASSESSMENTS.Mr. I Sir. Ayer evidently failed to grasp I-extent--of over $SOOOO. The board table to say the least, but is like a

ter, Miss Sara Teague, went up to Robertson and Miss Lelia Barnes, of t I or understand the purport of the was very willing to step in and claim lawyer arguing to a jury after a

,Jacksonville Tuesday over the Seat Ocala; Capt. J. B. Martin, of Daisy; W. W. Cljitt Replies to Mr. article in question, which was to credit for the assessor's work,utterly verdict of guilty has been rendered.Mr. .
John T. Lewis, of :Moss Bluff; Mrs: mixed and took
board to spend few days. Alfred Ayer's Letter. show that the board of county com- ignoring the assessorbut when calledto Ayer got up
Lindsay, of Dunnellon and quite a the indictment the board I*
to ,
account they are quick to try wrong
of Worthington To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I as an after thought or at-,
t Mrs. E.is B. Hiers a visit, to Ocala to number of others. think my madness,like that of the temp to ward off just criticism of shift the responsibility on the asses- appealing to him to defend them oa
Springs on method in it I their sor. As to the assessments of Citra, the charge of passing a "flica nwn"
with her daughters, Rev. Dr. Keigwin, of Orlando was melancholly Dane has unequalization of Ocala assessmentspassed I 1
spend a few days and Mrs. Liddon.Mr. in Ocala for a short while Monday.Dr. but I wish to say that my former a resolution saying that i Cotton Plant. McIntosh and Fleming- resolution but I don't see how he can

Mrs. Hatchell Keigwin was en route home from I i communication was not intended asa they had raised valuations $300,000 I ton the idea was not to show that it do otherwise than to advise them to

Lucien Hubbard, who stoppedover Crystal River, where he preachedtwo I criticism of the tax assessor at all, throughout the county, knowing at was unfair, but simply to show that plead guilty and resculd or modify -

in Jacksonville for a couple of very excellent sermons Sunday and barring the reference to the as- the time that it was not true. for these localities were not bearing any that resolution. If any injustice has

days on his way from I1enderson\ille, morning and evening at the Presby- sessment of certain lots at Dnnellon, they had not turned a page of the part of the $300,000) increase of tax been done Mr. Ayer the board did It.
I burdens.. I was simply trying to find I can most cheerfully bear testimonyto
N. C., arrived home yesterday. terian church. can not be so construed and that tax books outside of Ocala. If the
where it comes in, and I will thank his excellent worth as a citizen
was made to show how careful the footings of the tax books show an increase -
:Miss! Johnnie Gillis and Miss Lillian The friends of.Hon. W. K. Zewad- board was in equalization. I would of valuations outside of Ocala the board to locate it. I have been and an ideal public official a man
Springs, have ski were delighted that he was able unable to do so. who makes no blatant claims to infallibility *
Erwin, of not refer to this again had Mr. Ayer of $100,000, as stated by the tax: assessor -
and maid of to be out for a drive Sunday. It was I ever ready to confess Jaa
been appointed sponsor let it rest, but will simply say that the credit is due the assessor the Mr. Ayer dwells on the boards'
honor for the First Brigade, U. C. V., the first time in nearly two months these groups of lots were consolidated board had nothing to do with it.They action with reference to Ocala assess- error and correct it, thoroughly con-

at the reunion to be held in Ocala that he has been out of the house. into one ownership nearly two ,I passed this resolution in the face of ments, while that matter was not ,i6ciencioo3, endeavoring to be just

next Aeek.Mr. He was out again Monday on years ago, and were sold recently for 1 Mr. Ayer's statement that of the touched in my article because the and impartial to all men and all Interests

the streets and will soon be able to seventy five thousand dollars. $:00,000 increase in the footings one board had at that time been thoroughly without reference to abut
Mrs. Edward S. Halsey, ofNew position they occupy on the ladder.W. j
and inliis office.
half from and back convicted of unfairness and injustice -
x Whether the purchaser paid $50,000for was new assessments W. CLYATriFOPONETTAR
York, passed through Ocala the odd numbers and $25,000 for; so that even if the board was I i in that matter, and his defenseof
on their way to Miss Mary Anderson and Miss Sara I
Tuesday afternoon the even numbers I don't pretend to entitled to credit for what the assesi i the board (who had taken unto
the Harris returned home Monday from i
'% Tampa, where they will spend say. 'I I sor did the resolution is false to the j j t themselves credit due him) is chari- Jures P... .S PoumoolsI
winter. Mrs. Halsey, before her Crystal River, where they were the I II

marriage was Miss Susie Curry, and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. I I -
I -
in Ocala. Herrick for a few days. Their visit 11a
at one time was a most pleasant one, among the WE NEED HARD CASH''! !

Mr. Joe Mitchell, of Summerfield, pleasures of the trip being a very de- II i
was in town yesterday. He is one of lightful trip down to the gulf. I I
the best farmers in the county and .:q< And in order to turn quickly some of our FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS hrt a I

when he went to St. Louis a few Cures Chills and Fever. ) into that useful commodity, we will, from October to November 21, sell any .
and G. W. Wirt. Nacogodohes Texas,
weeks ago kept his eyes open useful says: "His caughter had chills and piece of goods in the house at a discount of 10 per cent. This is no Japanese dream ,
he will _
things that 0 U c3
j saw future. Up to this date fever for three years; he could not or Russian joke ; price the goods you Have priced before, and see for yourself.
to him in the innigrif I'M j(ff*
) thousand find anything that mould help her I
he has saved a
he bales says of hay that he would not ,swap till he used Herbine. His wife will i! J. A. PITTMAN & SON
not keep house without it, and can- ,
is getting
He says he ''
for timothy.
to not say too much for. it." 50c. AntiMonopoly THE FURNITURE MEN.
fixed and in &:few years expects
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--THE: OCALA BANNER McninifD[ S [ Of THE I [ CflOSS A SERMON I.P.)1ISAPJl.ASD I..; Riots, mobs UWLCSSICSS., h"D things and other!I {Ii i

run 21123, 2Uir. forms; of lawlessness are likely to

P 7. Lurrc.-.;!, ZzslztiiMOTTO '.#--'l...-.-... \ SHOULDERTOSHOCLDER- BY occur at any time and in any part of

WITH ; ) j.i the country. The morals of a people

I are not to be measured by these ocibreaks. -

: THE[ SOLDIERS WAR. EDITOR.In [! It is only when these outbreaks -

I I i;i are condoned by public sentiment -

I that the community can be
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one of the current monthlies is Like a slow moving panorama, held responsible for them. JIarders, 4.i -

reprodaeed from a newspaper a cartoon I nearly two thousand years have pasTed for instance, are committed in all

which we think ought to be since the Trorid was Messed with civilized countries but as long as
studied by the oocnpants of every ;Ipclpit the benediction, -Peace on Earth, they are uncondoned by society 3 .. ., ? "? '- t *

and every pew in the land. i j Good Will to Men," yet at no and the mordrrers are arrested, fcSJle' T&Mta.rU .- A
High above the head of the preach-!1 has it not ibeen. bY1ffitrrlh tried and convicted by the courts,
TAKE CAKE or THEMSELVES, HAS n and the congregation are pie- the figure of the soldier in uniform; the communities in which they occur

TAKE ITS STAND IX THE BAKRICAb&f tared the great sins of the I there has been no generation that have done their full duty and must

WITH THE COMMOS PEOPLE *vord-war, greed, monopoly and: ; has not been as familiar with the be held'blameless. 7TSKJ.f?>
AXD ITS riOIIT WILL BE MADE FOE their long train of evils which are i|j sound of the drum the belching of We are led to these remarks by the

THE EETTEBMEjrT OF THOSE AT THE unobserved by the preacher and his } cannon and the roar of musketry, as publication of the fact that the PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND HIS VULTURE OF WAR.
UOTTOM- --- -' flock in their mad rush with broomsticks with the_chimes: of church bells. courts of Georgia and Alabama have "Hi there! pa' Hin'r read that-that's cot for yoo."
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in their hand* to sweep away Within the week, twenty-five thousand done their full duty in the recent
the little sins and conventionalitiesof men, supposed to have belongedto riots that they have had to contend The Jacksonville Caraival. i flowing sleeves. She wore a mag-

society which appear like little a Christian nation, have been with and the majesty of the law in Special ta the Deal Baaaer nificent cloak of the Veneiiaa style
Election b weeks off.
day only two
-- -- pin in a distant corner. slain in battle in Manchuria. both instances have been fully vindi (Tuesday Oct. 2S.) of satin and ermine, with eriawon

The Rotsian can stand punishment How czany'reams of paper, bottlesof Think of it! I I cated. The Jacksonville carnival opened lining of rich satin. The high Venetian

M well at give it. ink, gallons of midnight oil, and Who believes that if the churches I J I The American people at heart, yesterday under favorable weather collar was of ermine awl hr

precious, valuable time, have been had followed in the footsteps of the j J J J;north east, south and west are a law conditions. crown was ablaze with many colored
Coonterf eita only make the genuinemore I ;
wasted in the preparation and preaching Master and preached as heroicallyagainst J J! abiding people and have the profoundest I jewel The 12th century id** iraw
noticeable I, At an early hoar the people began
on such useless theme as transcendentalism war, and the spirit of war as respect for the judicial department I I carried out in the eestBOMs of
: to take op positions to view the floral
Navigator np "salt river" will transubatantitation, they have against the little sins of the government. i the king's chambcriaifi, the katighti
which advertised for
parade was
lOOn become plentifuL latitudinariamisia, infant damnation, foibles and frivolities of society, that and maids of honor and a more
L Elks' Celebration 10:30 and the streets glitto
at Tampa a. m. were I
its today all Christian nations would" be "' -
and vicarionsnesss in various! I tering pageant it world be ,
The more they figure on the doubtful Members of the Benevolent Protective crowded all along the route from
forms, during the while war has but a little more than a military en- I conceive. The parade was a aapiriI
ttates the more doubtful they be Order of Elks throughout Springfield boulevard to Hemming
ravished and greed monopolized the campment? I cent one and the tknwg a'-r the
come. Florida and other southern states are : park. The order of the processionwas
whole earth. Who is it that does not believe thatif I. streets were e&thoaiaitie ift tfcrir ap
J* stocks took a big looking forward to a magnificent celebration as follows: I.
pantae slump When the children of God cry aloud for the past nineteen hundred 1 plause.
the to be held in Tampa November Mounted police carnival band of
over announcement of the Rns- the churches ;
for bread, isthe command my years with one voice The pike, of course, kt the foronu-
ian SUCCeea. had 16 and 17, at which time the Florida forty pieces Capt. W. P. Corbett
lambs, obeyed by winnowing in persistently and consistently resort in Jacksonville and thin it no
State Association of Elks will be grand marshal; Xo. 1, automobile, .
After all those articles on "fren- their presence this ecclesiastical preached against war, and the kick coming about iaek o< variety.The .
organized. The South Florida fair, Mr. C. B. Rogers and Miss Winifred
zied finance," Tommy Lawson chaff? spirit of war, and preached performances at he sinus
as is known, will be in progress at Rogers decorated with American
he hall vote for Roo! evelt. When the children of Israel were with zeal and fervor as if they met ntit. were well attended Jfoadaf afternoon
this time, allowing all Elks visiting beauty roses; No. 2, automobile, Dr.
and the disarmanent
wilderness of
forty years in the every nation and eveniBg. A& toftther the
Do not forget that it isn't neces- cried for bread God answered their would have long since occurred and Tampa the lowest rates ever offered and Mrs. Chas. E.Terry,white chrys- Jacksonville carnival u
to be by the railroads in honor of similar anthemums Xo. 3, automobile, Mr. '
; sari disagreeable In order to prayer by giving them manna and 1 every foot of soil under the sun a all
eclipse previous earl aad all
I occasion. In view of this fact the and Mrs. H. Weston, pale pink and
disagree with the other man. quail-real food. .. would have felt the chaste and beatific who have the ojaportnafcy to nuJax.
Tampa lodge of Elks have made a white carnations; Xo. 4, touring car
In the game of war victory seems to If the churches were to let up for imprint of the white dove. of this week shook take it hi.
Mr. D. H. McMillan white
large appropriation, are arranging to chrysanthemnmi -
decide with the most accurate awhile on the little sins of society peace? The George West -itefe l prfora-.
gun entertain their brethren in ; No. 5, automobile ton-
new and the best disciplined and strike out boldly at the big ones, Who is it that believes the churchesare a ance at the Duval theatre Monday
army. most: magnificent, and hundreds of neau, )Ir. and Mrs. Charles A. Clark,
who is it that does not believe that measuring up to their great re night, was not very tergiijr& attead-

The cartoonists picture the president the mission of the "Prince of Peace"could sponsibilities.Who I. the jolly fellows will take advantage American beauty roses; No. 6, single ed owing to gzeator attnctioe

as a man-of-war and make him be made more effectual? believes that the monopolyof of the occasion. No order has grown horse trap, Mr. and Mrs. George outside. The
perfoimaM. however,

look like more popular in Florida than the B. Francis, pink and white roses and
a walking arenal-but still
Who is it that does not believe thatit the bounties: of nature which con was exceedingly geed.ACTBONY.

the campaign lags. already would have been more effectual demns four-fifths of the human race P. 0. E., in view of which the increase carnations No. 7. single :gorse trap,
C. PI.m..
in lodges and membership has A. M. Endel, red poppies; Xo. 5, sin- _
? to squalor, poverty and toil, and useless -
It lit claimed that a hundred thousand been remarkable. At there gle trap, Mrs. Forest Hyde and Miss .
Compared with the blood red carn- unjust, horrible war, which soils present There was an abut MfaM*! demand
men are idle in Chicago as victims are more lodges and members in thee Lena Gerow, pink hydrangea No. 9, t
age of war which leaves desolationand the earth with the blood of brave from the BOTr.-poptts of the
of the trusts. This ought to mean single Prof. S. Har-
state than trap, Davenport
how in- and heroic are absolutely necessary state to have
mourning in its sweep men and wets it with th I Hoflowjf MNM dropped -
100,000.ot 1I for the democrats.The for the formation of a state as rison and Miss Mignon Seabrooke,
finitesmal card playing dance tears of wretched
appears brokenheartedwomen from the dra sociation and the daffodils and red poppies, much .
Tampa lodge very
democratic party certainly ca ing and Sunday golfing? could exist if the maledic The state committee
earriwi.. demand
perform wonders. It has made oil And yet it is these infinitesmal tions of the churches were turned taken the initiative in this regard admired No. 10, single trap Mr.

and water mix. It has had Hill and things that almost entirely consume .against.those who make these inequalities calling the other lodges together for Frank Chase yellow chrysanthemums into effect aad the payw art

the of the ; No. 11, double surrey, Dick still nnsatisfled and kiekhig. Their
purpose organizing on
Bryan stomping in the same state. the attention of the mighty men who and iniquities possible?

occupy our pulpits. In the day of judgment the churches dates above mentioned. The lodges Oldham, white roses a very artistic conduct brings to miad the BM.:

The oldest residents in ail the states of Jacksonville Ocala St. Augustine get up: No. 12, double trap Mr. W.
In Europe and America the churches will have a terrible accountingand It wired us and wirei oL
ay there has been nothing like it. Key West and all other cities in J. Cook yellow crysanthemums And an the people were ia davit
are predominant they are paid and those
; reckoning who have
Whether tIle beast that
. : The campaign is tamer than a house in the Bu4c the tncfcWU
which such lodges have been formed ing trap were AJisses rid-I
respectful and almost universalhomage been masquerading ia the pulpits as gang ** rJ X COOMBf bCt
cat and as crowless as a barnyardhen. will be represented in large numbers Haile, Lettv Dean and Miss -' .. .......
yet at no period in thworld's e saints and demigods, will cry for the -
and the association will be all carrying handsomely decorated'
these countrieson
history were very rocks to fall upon them and
R. Mugge, of Tampa has refused the benefit that will be derived parasols; No. 13, Queen touring car,
so big a war footing as they are them from the face of the
to give a cent to help along the South today. Master! from unity. Mr. Walter F. Coachman, carnival
. Florida Fair and because of his failure ... .. -- I II i colors No. 14, Ford tonneau, Capt.
When the Other Ox is Gored
to do BO is monopolizing a great deal No Sulking Here. i fifteen voters. "The serious side of I Walter F. Corbett, carnival colors

of newspaper notoriety. William Randolph Hearst, presi-I I 1 the matter," the Philadelphia Record Who put Mr. Grady's name on the and goldenrod No. 15, Touring car, .
democratic ticket in of Mr.
The dispatches from Tokio the dent of national democratic associa- comments, "is that as sore as the sun place A. N. Jenkins, roses, carnations and .
say Koonce's? Wasn't it the committee?
battle field of Yental tion, has sent out a ringing call to i shall rise on election day the 'votes' chrysanthemums, very handsome;
was literally
Didn't the people vote for Mr. Kooncein
i strewn with dead and wounded and democrats to rally for the battle. It of all these 'voters' including the No. 16, Olds touring car, Judge J. H.
the primary and didn't know
I the sight was appalling. It is esti- is too long for publication in our chickens, the dogs and the fleas, will they Doggett national colors; No. 17,
what they were doing and in
mated that the killed and wounded columns but is vigorous in unswerving i I 1 be counted to swell the republican Florida Automobile Company carnations -

i Mill reach 60,000 mostly Russians. loyalty to the party which re- majority in this city. And that is name off why were they not con- roses and chrysanthemums.
sulted? What did the
-- -- jected Hearst as a candidate for the 11 how Philadelphia will be carried for It would be hard to tell which of And Mother's (om fort
have to do with it, anyway, and why
The Rochester Herald has found presidency. Hearst says: "I have Roosevelt, on a platform demanding these turnouts received the most ap

that Theodore Roosevelt when young offered my services and those of my reduction of southern representationfor are not the "bucking" newspapers plause. Individually, they were all
raising a tornado about it?
and honest, was a member of a free newspapers to the managers of the restricting the franchise Ac- good, and all in a line, with bands: t 4 rt

trade club in that city.-Atlanta Con democracy, and so far as I have felt cording to the moral code of the g. o. I What's the difference between twee- playing and streamers flying, they '' /

y" stitution. Teddy was once strenuous justified as your president in so doing p. it is a crime to control electionsby dle-dee and'tweedle-dum- -- .- ? presented a very striking spectacle. I v.

too for civil service reform. I have offered the much greater influence restricting the franchisewhile it is Vain Regret. The prize winners were, No' 2, Dr. I

The blood and treasure that is be- of the national democratic as- a virtue to effect the same ends by :Miss Ollie Guthrie;of Saline county C. E. Terry No. 4, Mr. D. H. Mc
ing expended by the Russians and sociation pledging the honest co-op- expanding it, provided, of course, the Mo., has just celebrated her :Millan; No. 6, )Ir. George Francis;

Japs would buy several, Manchurias eration of all the members to further expansion be in the interests of the ninety-first birthday. She is the No. 12, Mr. W. J. Cook. f

and a effort on the lines of that genllinedemocracy g. o. p."-Louisville Courier-Journal. oldest maiden lady in the state. Mr. Richard Oldham won the prizeses tic&rQ
peace congress could settle it
in five minutes. Where is our boasted in which a majority of the Think what a candidate for the vice- for children's rigs.

civilization of the twentieth century American people believe. Whooping Up the Campaign. presidency she would make if we The prizes were handsome loving

?-Gonzales (Tex.) Inquirer. "\Ve democrats hold now, as we The Ocala Evening Star suggests only had woman suffrage!Syracuse cups.

did one hundred years ago, to the that The
committeeman Burford call a Post-Standard. royal party had been taken off

Higher than Sheats: higher than doctrine of equal rights for all and democratic meeting for Monday night from the United States cruiser far

Hollo way; higher than the state executive special privileges for none; while Mr. and request that the ladies be pres- Mebbe They are Shy down the river to the handsome yacht .

committee; higher than the Roosevelt, with every appointmentin ent. Hon. R. L. Anderson has consented I This is leap'year, but the girls have owned by Mr. John Einig which car.

party, are the children of the state. hb gift bestowed on some trust to deliver an address and others leaped by me; that is, if they have ried them to the landing at the foot uti curr3OAP

In selecting the head of the school puppet, hold to the doctrine of will be invited to do so. leaped, but I haven't seen them leap- of Market street, where they disembarked

"': system their interests should be con- special favors for those who can and This paper seconds the Star's sug- t ing.-Pryor Cave Correspondence amid cheers and a royal salute

sidered. They, indeed, constitute II I I will pay." gestion and moves to make it unan- Sequachee (Tenn.) News. of 19 guns The king was dressed S .

; the paramount issue. Hearst and Bryan are doing splen imous. We ought to at least have The Acme of Nothingness.A in the royal costume of the Venetian

did work. one local demonstration before court of the 12th
Judge Parker said the Vermont chicken raiser has century, consisting -
js tell
as a And
campaign closes. of an elegant Ointment.
favorite story the tale of a young man The City of Brotherly Love.It I evolved a crowless rooster which is robe of glisten the
ing purple satin with great Skin Cure.tbcpumt.rw .
I T' in Savannah named Dubose who invited is shown that of 777 alleged voters The ex-president Cleveland's terrific especially adapted to issueless cam gold emirate
trimmings, a most
,, his sweetheart to take a drive in the eleventh division of the arraignment of president Roose pa.Ign8.-Chictgo Journal. royal cloak of vjhite cftative for pr
ermine with and
with him. The young lady had a very I third Philadelphia]ward, 673 are fic velt's in office Venetian collar, gold Harris beautilyiag tht p,=
:. arrogance Is one of the The Tribune describes Tampa'snew ornaments and yellow of inh ts and ehflfren Nt twy
fetching lisp.! When they had reach titious. One house satin lining afford latent nifty
fronting on three most forceful and unanswerable de- government building as something The crown was of in. and rtfrtsh asap! for
ed a rather lonesome bit gold and glistenedwith tortured mss, aM rat lor tied
of road
the streets in the liverances
; figures registration lists of the
present campaign.The elaborate and magnificent in diamonds and gems. The a, in the severest wa of torturing,

young, man announced, "This is under three different addresses, an ex-president can deliver sledged construction and design We hopeit was elegantly queen disfiguring, its, bJtdiai,
where y'ula'.6 to pay toll. The toll from these three addresses 175 hammer blows attired in a 12th cen ,crusted, and pmply din iruitcilprasho.
foreigners when-he
wants to, aud will not be long before we will be tury court costume of rs. <<:-2 It and IrrititkS,
is either, a kiss or a, squeeze." "Oh, are registered as voters. this he pearl satin with Joss 01 fWt and
; Alin case ,
,, .I evidently not only able to speak in the same enthusiastic with gold Whca &tC larc to tuCCud
trimmings. The was'in all cbc hilS.WcI .
,Mr ;Du Bothl"- ex }aimed. his companfcn. chicken coop and a dog kennel are j J wanted to, but he did.-PensaCola manner about Ocala's gown tEton hoat
public graceful tIN-arioL
titters s..1c..0IIt0
: ::' .-'Jacksonville Floridian. given .as the. places ,of residence.of Journal. 4 -- / empire style, with jew- ,:etBruh.4'Ie. wial..3Ooc.....tg ago fe Cad.,$w o..w
< .. ?" building. ; died belt, neck trimmings and lOOSer An.....Sq.ratQ,I'Irit"Dna I..."1&hi. a11.....:1 CII:____
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Slits Of prfne1pI. still Bab building of the canal should be pressedto -
OF ACCEPTANCE OF the but our party apprecIates tha'longcontinued completion with all reasonable ex ( '
P policy of the coil* pedition. -

SEPT. 26, 1904. I try makes as It manifested la its statutes The methods by which the Executive I- H !
necessary that
should be tariff, reform acquired the Panama Canal route and I1
prudently and
sagaciously rights are a source of regret to many. _
ro the Honorable Champ Clark and the end that on 8cientLfic Principles, U To them the statement that thereby a
others. Committee, ete. immediate should not be an great public work was assured to the 1 f
ditlons revolution In existing con. profit of our people is not a sufficient
CCTlDIQ: t answer to the charge of violation of

Jlln my response to your Comnitee, at In the"a words of our platform we demand National good faith. They appreciatethat TO CANE SYRUP MAKERS(

'the formal notification proceedings, I ; of the revision and a gradual reduction the principles and healthy convictions -
referred to some matters not men tariff by the friends of the which In their working out ,
tioned In this letter. I desire that these\ masses not and for the common weal. and have made us free, and great, stand

be considered as incorporated herein, tortions by the friends of its abuses, its ex- firmly against the argument or sug- "

and regret that lack of space prevents 1t and discriminations gestion that we shall be blind to the f
specific reference to them all. I wish do not Is true! that the Republicans, who nature of the means employed to promote .

here, however again to refer to my the admit in their Platform that our welfare. They hold that adherence I

flews there expressed as to the gold Dingley Tariff needs the slightest to principle, whether it works
'standard, to declare again my unquali- are likely to retain a ma. for our good or ill, will have a more "
Jority of the
sff; belief In said standard, and to ex- Federal Senate throughout beneficent influence on our future des-

press my appreciation of the action of could the, therefore next Presidential term, and tiny than all our material upbuilding H 1
the Convention in reply to my, comtmunicatlon If they chose, block and that we should ever remember that x'
upon that subject. at legislative relief. But the idea of doing a wrong to a smaller, ,' -
f. Grave public questions are pressing it publican should be remembered that the Re- weaker nation that we, or even all "..:;" ,
'for decision. The Democratic party party includes many revisionists mankind, may have a resultant good is 1'C",
and I
appeals to the people with confidencethat it will shrink from repugnant to the principles upon which ..
defYing the
its popular-will expressed unmistakably government founded. x
position on these questions our was
: .will be accepted and endorsed at the ballot box. and peremptorily at the t ,

!polls While the issues Involved are The _
reform of ex-
numerous: some stand forth pre-eml-
isting conditions. Since the last Dem- .
;nent In the public mind. Among these ocratic administration DEPARTMENTS.
the cost of living -
are: Tariff Reform Imperialism, Eco- has grievously increased. Those I!: Recent disclosures coupled with the
nomical Administration and
Honesty having fixed incomes have suffered rapid augmentation of governmental
the Public Service. I
In shall
briefly keenly; those living on wages, if there I; expeditures, show a need of an Investigation -
;consider these and some others within has been any increase, know that such of every department of the
the necessarily prescribed limits of this Increase has not kept pace with the I! government. The Democrats in Congress Git

letter. .' advance in the cost of living. Includingrent t demanded it. The Republican
o., and the necessaries of life. Many I majority refused the demand. The

IMPERIALISM to-day are out of work, unable to se- people can determine by their vote in I t "

r While I presented my views at the cure any wages at all. To alleviate November whether they wish an.

notification? proceedings concerning this these conditions, in so far as it is our honest and thorough investigation. A

!vital Issue the overshadowing importance power, should be our earnest endeavor. Democratic Congress and Executive

of this question impels me to refer will assure it.ARMY. :
to it again. The issue is oftentimes COMMON LAW AND TRUSTS. -' ---
referred-to as Constitutionalism ..
Whether there is any common law AND NAVY. <
vs., ,. Imperialism .A.
which can be applied and enforced by
t If we would retain our liberties and the Federal courts, cannot be deter We are justly proud of the officers We Are Agents For -

constitutional rights unimpaired we mined by the President/or by a candI- and men of our Army and Navy.

cannot permit or tolerate at any timeor date for the Presidency.The Both, however have suffered from the The "Goldenn New Model" 3-Roller 1
JQr any purpose, the arrogation of determination of this questionwas persistent injection of personal and

unconstitutional powers by the executive left by the people in framing the political influence. Promotions and

branch of our government. We Constitution to the Judiciary and not appointments have been frequently s sf
should be ever mindful of the words of to the Executive. The Supreme Courtof based in favoritism instead of merit. Vertical Cane Mills

Webster, "Liberty is only to be preserved the United Sfaes has recently con- Trials and court-martials have been set ,. ,,.
by maintaining Constitutional sidered this question, and in the case aside under circumstances indicating .
The latest and most up-to-date cane mills put on the market. We
restraints and Just divisions of political of the Western Union Telegraph Coo political interference. These and other .
po we tlo" vs. The Call Publishing Co., to be foundIn abuses should be corrected. have them in stock. If not convenient to call and examine, write us, t

I Already the national government has the one hundred and eighty-first, vol- and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description.
become centralized beyond any point of the States i
j ume United Supreme
, contemplated or imagined by the framers Court reports, at page 92. it decided s
of the Constitution.! How tremendously that common law principles could be The war closed nearly forty )'earsago. Our other speoiaUios are American and Elht'omllol

I all this has added to the powerof applied by United States courts in cases In the meantime many of our and 'attle Proof Field Fence; Sash, Doors and ;
the President! It has developed Involving Interstate Commerce in the soldiers and 'sailors long survived the Blinds Turpentine, MM and Mining Supplies 3
from year to year until it almost equals absence of United States statutes specifically age of sixty-two, and passed away
tout of monarchs. While thegrowth Skill- as well a* a full stock of General Hardware : .
many covering the case. Such is ths without receiving any pension.
of our country and the magnitude law of the land.GREATER. ful pension attorneys hunting through and Stoves A nice line of Enameled, Copper e

of interstate interests may seem the statute failed to find there a pro- Aickle-platcd Cooking; Vtcnsiis.M0RION .t
to famish a plausible reason for this I Vision giving a pension to all who hadreached
centralization of power, yet these same MARKETS NOW II sixty-two. Many prominent

:&ttl afford the most potent reason why NEEDED.In veterans urged the justice of congres-

the executive should not be permittedto my address to the Notification Sl.a! action giving a service pensionto HARDWARECOMPfINy.
encroach upon the other departments Committee I said that tariff reform "is all veterans bills to that effect

cf the government and assume demanded by the best interests of both were introduced in Congress. And not Successors to Hubbard & Macduff.
legislative, or other powers not expressly manufacturer and consumer" With until March of this year did anyone
conferred by the Constitution. equal truth it can be said that the ever claim to have made the discovery
Tbd magnitude of the country and benefits of reciprocal trade treaties I: that the President had power to treat
its diversity of Interests' and population would enure to both. That the con I' the statute as if it read that when a l
would enable a determined ambitious the of sixty-
sumer would be helped is unquestionable. claimant had passed age
and able executive unmindful of That the manufacturer would two years he is necessarily disabledonehalf V1n
constitutional limitations and fired receive great benefit by extending his! I II in ability to perform manual :
vtth the lust of power to go far in the markets abroad hardly needs demon- labor and therefore entitled to a pen-
Bturpatlon of authority and the stration. His productive capacity has '
ggrandizement of personal power be- outgrown the home market. The very I sion.The President of the Civil Service

fifo r* the situation! could be fully appre- term "Home Market," has changed in Commission, General John C. Black, -
,w kt ted or the people be aroused. Its significance. Once from the manu- formerly Commissioner of Pensionsand I
I The issue of Imperialism'which has facturers' point of view, it meant ex- I Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Your commander takes pleasure in.

D thrust upon the country involves pansion; to-day the marvellous growthof Army of the Republic, indicated his announcing as to repre- GENTS'FUKNISHINGiS_
:Ez frd lon whether the law of the,land our manufacturing industries has.I view of the order when in a recent sponsor
Ill rule of individual caprice shall far exceeded the consumptive capacityof address he thanked the President for sent this brigade at Ocala, Miss

'$erern. The principle of imperialism our domestic markets, and the term what he had done, and advised his Stella Margaret Peter, president
;; sy give rise to brilliant, startling "Home Market" implies contraction hearers to use their influence that a I ;
.***tnn results but the principle of rather, than expansion. If we would LAW might be passed to the same I of confederate gray chapter U. D. C., !

Democracy holds In check the brilliant run our mills to their full capacity, effect. Full confidence after all seems of Lake county, named by Lake coun- '
Ixfcutlre and subjects him to the so- thus giving steady employment to our not to have been placed on the defense I
'Wf conservative control of the people. workmen and securing to them and to t of justification, for it is pleaded in ty camp U. C.. V., with Miss Mary A. : ,1

I The people of the United States stand the manufacturer the profits accruing mitigation that a former Democratic Howard, the secretary of the Orlan- ___ T.
:tt the parting of the ways.. Shall we from increased production other mar- President did something looking in I
,fallow the footsteps of our fathers kets must be found. Furthermore that direction. Even if that were so- do chapter U. D. C. as first maid of

Mont the paths of peace prosperity when our manufacturers are dependenton which is not admitted-our present and Miss Marian Duncan, the '
raw materials in whole or part imported duty would be none the less plain and honor, WE HAVE EVERYTHING :
- it is vital to the extension of :, imperative. Our people must never daughter of Commander Duncan of ,

J't framed for us. or shall we go their markets abroad that they secure tolerate the citation of one act of Lake county U. C. V. as second
tong other and untried paths, hithertostunned their materials on the most favorable usurpation of power as an excuse for camp
by all. following blindly new terms. I another. The first may possibly be maid of honor. These ladies will be IN THE LINE OF

,Deals which, though appealing with The persistent refusal of the Republican due to mistake;- the second being and honored accordingly. --- .
fcrtllltncy to the Imagination and amttltoa. majority in the Federal Senate to based on the first, cannot be. In explanation respected

. may prove a will o' the wisp ratify the reciprocity treaties negoti- however, it should be said Brig. Gen. WM. H. JEWELL.I HABERDASHERYOur .

...dlBc us Into difficulties from which ated in pursuance of the policy advo- that the order relied on simply pro- I Comd'g. 3rd Fla. Brig. U.C.V.
;f -, may b* Impossible to extricate ourJeltfl cated alike by Mr. Blaine and Mr...McKinley .- vided that the age of seventy-five years "
without lasting Injury to our and expressly sanctioned in the should be regarded as evidence of inability Lieut. Col. B. M. ROBINSON,
and Institutions! of the Dingley act, is manual labor. Few I.
Ifttlo&at character fourth section to perform : Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff.Orlando .
exhibition of bad faith.As manual laborat I
a discouraging men are able to perform ,
already mentioned by me, the exorbitant that age but nearly all men are at Star.
TARIFF REFORM AT ONCB. duty Imposed on many an im- sixty-two. The first order is based on ]

The Dlnftey& Tariff Is excessive In ported article by the Dingley Tariff a fact that experience teaches, the The Best Doctor.
IEW7 of lu rates and. as to them at was avowedly intended by its author other is based on the assertion of that Shirts Collars Under-
nut, unjustly and oppressively bur- not to be permanent but to serve tem- which is not true as a general rule. Rev.,B. C. Horton,Sulpher Springs, I ,

&a. the pwpl It secures to domes- porarily as a maximum, from which Texas, writer July 19, 1899: "I have .

- He manufacturers singly or in oombl- the Federal Government was empowered used in my family Ballard's Snow

-Uoa.. the privilege of exacting ex- to offer a reduction in return the part for Liniment and Horehound Syrup, and
concession on
*t prices at home and prices far an equivalent country President McKinley they have proved certainly satisfac wear and NeckwearAre
..", the level of tales made regularly of a foreign
bi them abroad with profit, thus givingbounty undertook honestly to carry out *sx 5>e-sx& of the act.
I to foreigners at the expense the purpose of reciprocity this section agreementswere ,' have ever used for headaches and the best to he found in the city ,
Its unjust taxation A number of t has been
iii ear own people. within the prescribed "AllAppearances pains. The cough syrup '
ur iDs the people generally, forcing which if ratified doctor for the last eight years."
food of two years,
for limit
ftrw to excessive prices ATPOPULARPRICES.
ht" riotbinf pay and other necessaries of would have had the two-fold result of Are not 25c. 50c. $1. Anti-Monopoly Drug
imported productsfor
\(-. It Iftlw duties on many articles cheapening many and of Store. m
best oermally Imported In any consider American consumers Thiezles! -
markets to
41. amount which are made extens- Ing and enlarging foreign of those See that a negro pugilist
Not one
,?rly at horn, for which the most ex- American producers.has met with the approval TJiat Johnson is complaing loudly that J.
/irtfii* proturtlonUt would hardly JustlIf agreements of the Senate UNDERWEAR '
masters 'w ight champion, SHIRTS
[ taxes, and which in largetrnouDt" of the Republican J.Jeffries, heavy
rro1.Ktlte they did not even permit Dogs ii.
t are exported.continue Such to duties be a their. Indeed consideration. In view of the attitude has drawn the color line and refusesto Shirts wo are selling for 50 Our 45 cent underwear (shirts
say. and
I** *I**a'entire to the formation of of the under present the.Executive general no Treaty new Bark,4t.11 i give him a fight. Inasmuch as cents cannot be duplicated elsewhere and drawers) is the kind our

ti p ..daitrlal combinations, which agreement from him. Nor this action, on the part of Mr. Jeffries
Rerun from forelm competition, aretubW power need be expected containa i. % : for less than 75 cents. competitors sell at 81.25 per suit.
platform fourteenth fifteenth and
domestic competition does the Republican involves the ,
to stifle reference to one of the ,
.4 practically to monopolize the homearktt suspended favorable treaties. This section of are not always to all the other amendments magna COLLARS. TIES.

>) foiWat Dingley act stands forth as a monu- t neither tore all charta, the bill of rights, df'c asedwife's
duties Imposed the be relied on; I
_It eonUlnt many and ONE
riprws purpose only as was open ment of legislative faith. cozenage political kinds of advertising Electrical sister bill, jurisprudence, the Our 10 cent collar is precisely Our line of ties are all

It IfO.of furnishing a basis for re- bad :> of the subject, the same have been paying FRfCE-that is 25 cents. You
,""Soft ty means of reciprocal trade I t clock and similar catch-penny i age of Ann

lssaUM wbloh the Republican adminimplledlr NO TYRANNY OVER OTHER j I I { devices are apt to entrap the tariff on coonskins, reciprocity and 15 cents for. will find many 50 cent ones.

M lefrattott***otut, Having at, on least this promised promisetr PEOPLES.If Cubans t unwary They are better than the pursuit of happiness, we move The cold ,weather is sure coming, and a suit of our Fleece Lined
,: .r 4 the Increased duties the Ret Independence, such as advertising but the same that the matter be referred to Colo-
granted to ,t no cents will surely keep warm.
leaders spurred on by cannot be prudently Underwear U5\ you
t1IbJkaD enjoy
[ party the promise columns of and Booker Washington -
defeated the trea- Filipinos at this time N money spent in nel Roosevelt I
tntrrnt. the ,
:. they are
F, ,. MM Df'lfttatfd by the Executive to and the that it shall receiving come the moment It will tend to a local newspaper would yield a : for adjustment.NewYorkEvening -
cling of
few ft** lame interest capable hinder their de- returns: .
better N
tktwfit" of there duties which the peashould stimulate rather than hundred fold Telegram.
have, And this should be done IT WILL PAY YOU '
mr Intendedbave no velopment. the Filipinos, but is the local newspaper 1
tad to This
moral right Justice
l to not only in rights; for a free |I Editor Louis J, Brumby, of the I ,' TO CONCENTRATE ",
own ,
our that reachesthe -
this community
to preserve in
cannot withhold freedom from I Florida Farmer and Trucker pub- YOUR DEALINGS WITH '
people and themselves remain homes cf the best people.It !
HOl'R All FROM SENATE.Tfc another People of tyranny over lished a't Ocala, is the guest at the
The toleration the rr.ediumhI ;
is therefore
two leading parties have will soon breed contempt for Tampa Bay for a few days aud made
differed as to the principle of customs others and self-government, and advertiser should use
ad.t4aced freedom Tribune office a pleasant call
tuition Our party has always of resistance to in- the
a our power THE
l: the theory that the object of toe weaken sidious usurpation of our constitutional We take pride In our paper. nigh. Col. Brumby says [that Hon.H. .

',' taking of revenue for support We study the needs of our advertising Marion county's com-
le. government whatever other results W. Long,

Incidentally flow therefrom. The GOOD FAITH patrons and ,are missioner to the South Florida fair
[bUm de that party custom on the duties other should hand be I VIOLATED t pleased at any time to aid is working energetically for a fine BOSTON STORE

tel primarily for protection subordinate, w An Isthmian canal has and long the been avowed the 't them in any manner possible. exhibit from his county which will be
lied, with revenye as t nope'of) our statesmen Tribune -
thus the power of taia great parties, as their a leader at the fair.-Tampa "
using two'
a OM, '' of the
and prop- 6how.The Pan- .
to build up the business ID the past 4
of U* lew at the expense of the platforms ama route having been selected,, the '

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i i a beautiful line of Shirtwaists. See our Special Suit at $7,50t. It s

t "
Miss Sue Liddon, of Starke, is visiting I Mr. Henry Gordon, democratic f .J

relati/cs in this city. nominee for sheriff, came up Monday ing ::)I.arts. IAn

$ from Dunnellon, and went on to the endless variety of Jackets and A complete stock Shirts, Underwear, 1 f:

A little son arrived at the home of metropolis to attend the carnival. Cloaks in the latest styles. Shoes and Hats. t tM.
)lr and Mrs. Sim Lummis Tuesday
Mrs. M.: Fishel and son, Leon lave i

morning.Mrs J. W. Ward, jr., and child, of returned home from Wetumpka, .ji FISHEL.-: : JJ J

Floral City, spent awhile in Ocala Ala., where they have been spendingthe I .

past few weeks with relatives.
Tuesday and left over the noon train _. Lf I

for Jacksonville. Mrs. R. C. Burt of Ozello, spent a -'--- -" ---_ --.--- _::: '.'.' ..---_.. .
Ocala l Loses Mr and Mrs Denby.Mr .
few hours in Ocala Monday ALPINISM: ECLIPSED. "
Miss Julia Mayo has gone to Jack- I morningand f I and Mrs. W. J. Denby have
left on the afternoon train for
-JWYiJte PPd Will te the pest of her RLn of 25CO Miles Without Water, returned to this city from Ocala, after ,
Jacksonville to spend the week, .
brother Mr. Ben P. Mayo in Springfield fire Smoke Cinders. I several months spent in that city. I II

for a week or ten days. Describing a marriage one of our Friends will be pleased at the information -
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 25,1904."Special
exchanges says that the bridegroomis I that :Mr. Denby has accepted ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crosby of Correspondence Ocala Banner.
a successful farmer and a position with the Gainesville Fur-
phosphaterand crude
Micanopy, who are attending the The application of the use of I
the bride niture Company and that he and his
an attractive and hand-
Baptist convention in this city are oil in locomotives engines, now confined
some widow. r I estimable wife will again make their Plantatioi for fent
the guest of Mr. and Mrs.T. C. Hall. to the railroads operating directly I home here.-Gainesville. Sun. ) {

During the confederate reunion to
Miss Annie Feinberg,of Dunnellon, through the great oil fields of Ocala regrets exceedingly to lose
be held in Ocala the first ofnext
passed through Ocala Tuesday after- Louisiana, Texas and California, is Mr. and Mrs. Denby from her midst. For 1905 X X X
month, Miss Julia Stockton and Miss -
noon en route home from a visit to.New likely to spread over the entire south Mr. Denby has for some time past
Kate Freeland will be the guests of
York and other places in the coal burners in been with the Marion Hardware Co.
Miss Violet Harris.-Times-Union. and railroads using
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in Mississippi, ,Arkansas, Tennessee, : Missionary Meeting.
Mr. and Mrs.D. E.Mclver returned Surrounded as it is with so many I .
Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Northland: A Union :Missionary meeting was
home Tuesday afternoon from a turpentine farms and phosphate -
held at the !:
I South Carolina, and the eastern and Presbyterian: church at
month's charming visit to New York, mines a tannery and shoe factory 2:30 yesterday afternoon under the

Philadelphia, Washington and other would pay well in Ocala as would seaboard states, bid fair to become
auspices of the Woman's Missionary I The
Cities. _. also a factory for the manufacture of users of oil for fuel for the first time in the property belonging to the estate of Abram Martin situated
of the
Society Baptist church. Miss partion of Sugar Hammock,

Mr. A. C. Finzel came in yesterday cheap clothing.Col. in railroad history, and cause a revo- Spalding, of DeLand, a prominent 350 acres of about of 500 acres under fence ( a new comprising wire fence a),plantation about-
,: ... which are in fine state of cultivation is
afternoon over the Seaboard from Carlos L. Sistrunk, one of lution in the method, cost and novelty missionary worker, was present and I -.. .xnext year. for rent
Jacksonville carnival and leftover a.These lands are regarded of the
the as best
in the delivered a splendid address. The quality and are well
Ocala's brightest young lawyers, who of railroad operation depart- for the cultivation of all the adapted -
crops produced in this
the A. C. L. for his home at section.
well attended
will represent Marion county in the ment of motive power. meeting was and the Apply to

Weiredale. lower house of the next legislature, The direct cause of this new field services were both interesting and
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves and was in the city yesterday and stop- for the use lot fuel oil is due to the beneficial.

Jin. T. E. Biggs, who'for; several ped at the DeSoto.-Tampa Tribune. announcement just made that a loco- A Prominent Trainman.

weeks past have been enjoying the I I tive engine being built, which can The many friends of G. H. Hassen, ... .

World's fair at St. Louis, returned Jlrs. D. A. Clark and baby, who operate f9r a distance of several thou- engineer L. E. & W. Railway, at I, -

home Tuesday have been in the mountains of Ten- sand milesWithout renewing-oil and present living in Lima, 0., will be !

nessee for several months pleased to know of his
passed recovery from DAVID
wholly without "fire, water, smokeor S. WOODROW Agent
Mrs. Clifford E. Herrick and little through Ocala Tuesday on their way threatened kidney disease. He says: ,
cinders, and the "steamless locomotive" "I cured Ocala, fh
daughter, Eunice Amy, of Crystal to their home at Mattel. 3Ir. Clark was by using Foley Kidney
is a real thing of the near I Cure which I recommend to all, especially -
River, spent yesterday in Ocala and went up to Jacksonville to meet them I, I
future. to trainmen, who are simi .
while here were the guests of Miss and !accompanied them home. afflicted."
larly Postoffice
The news of this novel feature of Drug
Mary Anderson. Store.
Major L. T. Izlar locomotive construction was receivedin m
who has been in Cadets from Lake
Among the prominent visitors to South Carolina for several weeks New Orleans by a leading railroad City.
on ..
The band -
and battalion of University
the Baptist convention are Rev. and professional business, returned home operative,coupled with the announce- -

Mrs. L. D. Geiger of Apopka. Theyare afternoon. ment that the Southern Pacific rail- of Florida cadets, which acted, as -
He I
was accom-
being entertained by Rev. and his road has contracted for one of the the special military escort to the I r
panied by little
Mrs. M. S. Moser. grandson, Samuel royal party last night, arrived in Safe
Izlar Buist, who will spend the win- "steamless locomotives" of the Die- and Sane
Jacksonville on a train ,
sel type of engines and the blue printsof '
ter in Ocala with his (
Mr. L. M. Graham, of Grahamville, grandparents. Lake City yesterday afternoon.
the Hoadley-Knight patent are
I was here Tuesday to meet with the I
Mr. Trumper Berry, the young man now in the hands of the mechanics.The The boys are quartered in the Two requisits for the successful bank.
Confederate veterans to complete arrangements I ,
who was thrown from his horse nearSharpe's American Locomotive Works of county armory and are makingthe Our ample capital and
for the re-union to beheld best of their 1q conservative man
Ferry several days ago and Schnectady, N. Y., are building the temporary vacation. .
here next week. who They are a fine looking, manly set agement cover the two.
brought to the Marion county trucks and frame; the Corliss Engine

Hon. John B. Floyd, formerly of hospital tor treatment, died from Works of Providence, R. I., owned of young men, and a credit to the If you are not already a customer-

Irvine, but who now resides in St. the effect of his injuries early Satur by the International Power companyare state.

Augustine, was in Ocala Tuesday and day morning. The remains were laid building the Diesel engine equipment The cadets will stay here several CODe ig ond Talk it Om With Us.

left over the afternoon train for Jacksonville to rest in Ocklawaka cemetery, near and thelGeneral Electric Company days and are bent upon having a good

and his home. his home. He leaves a wife and are building the electrical parts. time. They are a gentlemanly set of COMMERCIAL

three children to mourn his death. Heretofore Louisiana, Texas and young men, and Flonda may well be BANK
Miss Eulalee Izlar left
I yesterday for
Cal forma have enjoyed monopoly proud of them. The people of Jack- OCALA, FLORIDA.
Savannah, Ga., Knoxville, Tenn., An Ocala mother who sonville
respondedto of oil burning engines, due to,the have only words of praise for S. H. BLITCH, Manager.
and Spartanburg, S. C., where she repeated wails of distress emanat i fact that crude oil was immediately the cadets of the University of Flor- A. U. Marsh Awt. Manager.

expects to visit friends and relativesfor from the back yard yesterday afternoon ida.-Times.Union.
accessable, but the newly designed
a couple of months. found her two young "hope
locomotives is much like the .
very STRA'\"ED-onewhite
fuls,"- one of whom was in tears. and yellow or
)Ir. Richard Taylor, of Bayport, "What's the matter?" she asked. camel of the desert, as it requires but fawn colored cow. Likely to go to- HEADWFARMEN

formerly of this county, was among one stock of fuel to last for days. wards Gainesville. Liberal rewardto -
"Why, we're just playing war," the
the visitors to Ocala Tuesday. He This marvelous result, it is claimed, anyone knows anything of
elder replied, "and Tommy's Russia. her whereabouts. Address L.
has been living at Bayport for the is due to the ;Iperfect "internal com W.
A 284 Ft. FOR
conference" speedily King avenue, Ocala, -
past two years and is enjoying very brought hostilities to a close. : bustion" and the conservation of Fla. 10 26 3d 1w I

robust health. energy. This means that there is no .

Miss Louise Harris returned home loss of power, as now, by the escape WANTED-A good turpentine woods-i AND

I. Dodd'Israel, of Philadelphi ias Tuesday afternoon from two week's of steam, smoke and other elements hands man at and once; one that can bring some I WOHEN

In the city for a few days in the interest control labor; no whisky
ofenergy. The
visit to tendency in mechanical
Worthington Springs, Lake drinker need apply. Address E., J.
of his jewelry house Mr. Israel I City and Jacksonville. At the first construction has been along these and H. C. Register, Brownville, Fla.

is well known throughout FlorIda place she and Miss Grace Hatchell lines for several years. one of the Our Line ofMEN'S We bought more hats this
having formerly lived in Ccala. Eggs are selling for _
; were the guests of Miss Hatchell's most pronounced results being the fifty cents a

-Tampa Tribune. grandmother and at Lake City Miss use of oil burning locomotives be- dozen at Dunnellon. season than ever before, and
Harris was the guest of Dr. tween New Orleans and San Francisco 8BOYS' we have
and :Mrs.
Jeffie H. Bell, city editor of everything in head.
Andrew Sledd of the I and though this has been a strike
the Tallahassee Capitol, who has been University of for
gear ladies
the Florida and on her home she ing advancement in modern railroad and children.
guest of her brother and sister in LUMBER!

this city for several days, left yesterday stopped over in Jacksonville for a day travel, these engines still are lacking : HATS Our line consists of the

fora brief visit to Jacksonville and took in the carnival. perfection. It was Joseph H. Hoad-

ley, "Hoadley of international
before returning home. power HOUGH and
:Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kerr fame,*' his Latest
who as enimies cail him, who DRESSEDDry Shapes

Party enthusiasm is growing apace. have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs, is the inventor of the new railroad. Is Up-to-date

The associated press dispatches an- D. Woodrow for the past ten days wonder. I'

nounce that Mrs. Parker and her went down to Weirsdale Tuesday Many forms of the Diesel engineare I'I Siding, Flooring and Ceiling. IN

daughter attended a democratic rally i afternoon. Mr. Woodrow accom- now infuse, but the new locomotive : B. H.
Seymour -
the other day and both are sanguineof panied them down to the lake and is the most advanced applicationof We Walling( Hats

the judge's election. returned home Wednesday. Mr. and the principle to railroad work that Ocala, Fla. Bought
Mrs. Kerr are a pleasant Scotch has ever been brought out. When it V -

Miss Lillie Carlton, who has been couple, who are making their homein is remembered that no change in the I The Latest AM

visiting at Mr. J. W. Stevens,returned Cuba. They expect to spend some basic principle of locomotive con- HL Styles

to Ocala last week, where she will time at Lake Weir before returning struction has ever been made the importance ERRYSSeeds Dress Hats

spend a while with relatives before home. of the Hoadley locomotiveand AndVe're Selling atLowest

going back to Arcadia.-Fort McCoy Many Mothers of a Like Opinion. the great interest railroad men .

items in Jacksonville Metropolis. Mrs. Palmer, of Cordova, Iowa generally are taking in it, become Dress Hats
cost m The $1.50 to $f.oo.
says: "One of my children was snb- easily understandable.The live all Prices
Dr. A. McBride exjtnmentlBj-
wife and little
son ject to croup of a severe type, and first locomotive thus r'r nye" constructed : A em the Standard Seeds. 50C to $2,75,
returned Saturday from Asheville !\'
the giving of Chamberlain's sold: by ail deawn. 1904
Cough is expected to c i.1t
X. C., and are now at their home in i Remedy promptly, always brought carry .i 1 to all applicants.Annual postpaid free, --

Holder The health of the doctor has I relief. Many mothers in this neigh- : crude oil for a run, without a single D. H. FERRY & CO., d
borhood think the stop of 2500 miles, and that too Detroit MicxfFOLE1IM1ONEYAi1tDTAR. :
been same as I do about \,, -V :
considerably improved by the
this remedy and want no other kind out smoke, without fire,
t t stay in the mountains and we hope,to for their children." For sale by all cinders and without water. with-j oS tonV-

tee,him entirely well in a few weeks. druggists.
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h? AND THE' COST OF L1YIGN.JheftUeot nor to your correspondent to-day denied 'A Letter From Presidential -- -- -- ,

I that any portion cf' the followers of Ellctor.1 FIGHT WITH_ ROBBERS.
William J. Bryan APALACHICOLA, FLA., Oct. .
are at all lukewarm
{ Rooscrelt Deliberately Seeks toward Judge Parker's To the Editor oi the Ocala Banner. I Chicago Groceryman Is Fatally Hurt

i: to Deceive the Public. ...\0.. i Commenting on the situation candidacy.as it The. democratic state committee I by Masked Men. 125 Bushels Onion Sets.
# Chicago, Oct. 24.-L. HerzSeld has
i stands
I to-day, Governor Hogg said: "I has called my attention to the fact
been shot and fatally wounded while
4: Of the many statements deliberately am heartily gratified at the general I that quite a number of the democratic endeavoring to rout three masked rob-
;s a.de bMr. Koosevelt, In his letter of outlook. The outcome of the New I
'IgcrpUnce. which have aroused un- York State Democratic Convention papers throughout the state, bers who had Invaded the grocery ot We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Bushels

jtTorable comment because of their In.secur1y will do' much toward stirring up our from an oversight, still publish the : his father-in-law, A. M. Tubin. of Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .
Herzfield and Tubla were alone in
'l none Is destined to cause him I friends in every debatable State. I name of J. C. B. Koonca as a democratic ;
the store when the robbers entered.
:a.ore trouble and ,to result In greater have no sort of doubt of Judge presidential eleclor instead of
I ; The proprietor was behind the counter -
-,-karm to bis canvass than that In Parker's election. Indications point I mine, Mr. Koonce having resigned' counting the day's receipts while I Ocala Seed Store.;
,vfakb he alleges that to his
wages have been carrying the three
States of and I was nominated in his place. I I his son-in-law: was in the rear. Tht
-Increased during the last few years New York. New Jersey and Connecticut robbers ordered TuBin to throw up

la greater proportion than the cost I am convinced that he will have The democratic committee desiresme his hands and started him toward the

"ft living hu Increased. This state- sufficient votes in the Middle West to to assist them in calling the attention rear Just as Herzfield came running

vent Las called forth a storm of prottwt do the rest of the work." of the various papers to the toward them with a heavy club in his

not only from the press but In order that there may be no doubt error, and I ask that you please publish hands. .................0........ 1;

;fong: veil-Informed labor leaders andpolitical that 40,000 Independent German-Amer I The desperadoes turned and fled .
this, and ask the democratic I ,
l economists. leans of New York City intend to vote !: toward the door where one stopped 9 We keep a full stock of .

i Nearly every Independent Journals for Roosevelt for the reasons above press to correctly state the names of and fired at the young man. LOOK FOR
- taken Mr Roosevelt to task. One stated. Mr. Winter wishes it known the democratic presidential electors The bullet went wide of its mark old Joe

.f these the Philadelphia Public that his Information is based on a as it is necessary for the voters to but a second struck Henfield and S \N\ THE SEAL .

Ledgere published in the metropolis of personal canvass made by a of he fell unconscious.Te \cJ
corps know our names so they can correctly : Old Velvet :
fee strongest protectionist State in the experts. every,: one of whom "was compelled burglars made their escape. ,
and intelligently vote.
Calon, devotes a column and a half of to go before notary public and i .

Ki spate In refuting the President's make affidavit that his return was Thanking you in advance, I am, FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT. : ;; Old McBrayer, .

ftUtement Mr. Roosevelt. to quote correct. Very respectfully .

; I Urn precisely says: Comment is hardly necessary but JOHN E. GRADY. Machine Was Struck by Freight Trainat : Mark Rogers, .

'As conclusively shown by the bul- if any is to be made it should come Crossing. .
Philadelphia, Oct. 24.-Horace E.
kiln of the Bureau of Labor. the pur- from some of these 60,000 Independent Consumptives Made Comfortable. ---
Richards, his wife and their son have I Old Charter :
timing power of the average wage received German-Americans whom the Roose- Incipient consumption is cured by ,
bee nseverely injured ia an automobile
by the wage-worker has grown velt League has belittled and insulted. Foley's Honey and Tar, but we do
accident near their home, Thirty-
fwter than the cost of living.:' : Mt. Vernon '
not hold out false hopes to consump- second street and Abbotsford avenue,
The Philadelphia Ledger regrets that
FAITH VS. APPETITE.Hon. tives by claiming that it will cure Falls of Schuylkill. All were thrown I
It cannot confirm this statement Itays
some distance. The chaffaur alone I Cascade and
: this dread disease in the advanced
Bourke Cockran of New York escaped.
More reliable because more disinterested -' in a speech made recently before stages but if the lungs are not too The mayor: and :Mrs. Weaver were : Other High

and more unprejudiced- Tammany Hall characterized the difference far gone Foley's Honey and Tar will to have joined the party and the automobile

MUfI. than Mr. Roosevelt's Commisi&ber between Democracy and Re- affect a cure, as it stops the racking was enroute to the mayor's

of Labor have time and again publicanism in the following terse cough and soothes the inflamed air office residence when it stopped on a I Grade Whiskies. I :

declared It conspicuously Inexact. language: passages giving them a chance to railroad crossing. A freight train c.. .

Among the disinterested witnesses are "Democrats are a party of principle. heal, and even in the advanced struck the machine, which was demol ., '- : : .

both Bradstreet'a and Dun's carefully They follow principle and value it stages it always gives comfort and ished. Mrs. Richards' skull was fractured Headquarters for .

complied reports and among the un- more than profit Republicans have relief. A. A.Herren of Finch,. Ark., her husband had many bones

prejudiced ones arc several prominent differed more widely than Democratsupon writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar is fractured and the son's Injur ies are : Anheuser-Bush Beer, I

I labor leaders who have testified to the every question which has been the best preparation for coughs and so sveere that his condition is regarded

, -math- respecting the wage scale of the active in our politics. They have differed lung trouble. I know that it has as critical. : Bottle and Draught. I i

eae part and the regular quotation of about the Philippines about the cured consumption in the first stages. GAVE HIMSELF UP.

1tbe price of the necessities of life of tariff the gold question about Cuba For sale by Postoffice Djug Store. m
: Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We :
the other And the precise testimony
part. about every single question which has : Alan Parker, Defaulting Cashier ofTullahama.

( given by these trustworthy wit- come before the public but their differences Brilliant Florida Girl. Tenn., Bank. S want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction. A ;

Wste*. Is directly contrary to the 1fdtnt' never prevented them from Miss Alice T, Appleyard, the talented Nashville. Tenn., Oct. 24.-Alan

statement coming back as one man the moment daughter of Col. T. J. Appleyard Parker defaulting cashier of the Frst
I i
. | The prices of domestic commodities there was a chance of getting posses I of Lake City; and city editor of this National bank, of Tullahoma Tenn, OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS,

have had an average Increase from the sion of the Government and putting gave himself up this morning. He is
; fevnt standard reached lu 1896 of 31 their fists into the Treasury. Democrats paper the Index, who has made very penitent, and says others led : OCALA, FLOU'lDfl :

'per cent No sensible and well-in on the other side have thrown quite a success of literary work, both him into his tr )Ubles. ,

formed man will seriously assert that away prospects of success rather than in newspaper and magazine fields, i Parker says he lost the bank's .'__,_IIIIIItl81___

',lace 1836 the average wage rate has Increased surrender their principles to which hasjiow branced out as a song writer. money in Chicago bucket shops

to that extent-more than one- they were committed. Democracy, in Parker was deputy revenue collector .
Her first production is a song and
third. There is no workman in the fact, is a faith and Republicanism is for the Tallahoma district. lIe

lane who can testify to the accuracy an appetite." chorus entitled Miami-and the publishers handled large sums of money and an THE CLUB HOUSE. .

jot lulL The President's contention is were so impressed with its examiner is going over the government _
a -ta.ne--- -
I :that the alleged greater proportionate A CONTRAST."The merits and selling qualities that they books but if any shortage has
I to the been discovered it has:: not been made -
increase of wage
[ average
I. : have made the first edition 6,000
Increased cost of living has been due President's Dream of War" as known.
copies. The song is neatly printedand Cuisine First Class. Qtes Reasorable '
LtG[ the beneficent protection afforded to contrasted with "Judge Parker's plea MUST STAY IN DARKNESS.

labor by the tariff. Here again the for peace" Is the dominating idea ofa carries on its title page a pretty

position is contested by campaign card being distributed by scene on the Miami river. This musical .
[ Ice-Bound Steamer Cannot Deliver the Refurgis Throug )out Special Rates by Month.
kbtf, itself it is true tbat the wagesof the National Democratic Committee. composition-an Indian love song Supply of Oil. ,

artisans and their unskilled helpers On the obverse appears the follow- -will undoubtedly find ready sale in New York. Oct. 24.-The steamer

lhave b *n materially l&creased since ing Canton chartered to take oil ;
: .etc.,
Florida this winter. It will be a fine .. .,..
:\\21*'. but while there have been slight PRESIDENT'S DREAM OF WAR. to Nicholalevick, at the south of the .
times of the wages souvenir for tourists to send to their 1\IRS. THOS J. BARNES PltOP
Increases at various REGARD Amur river has been unable to reach
"If we ever grow
;of the so-called protected workmen, PEACE AS A PERMANENT CONDITION fiiends.-':Times-nioll. her destination owing to Ice says a

the aggregate differences have not kept ---- Time dispatch from London.
and feel that we can afford to !
',step with the Increase of the cost of Florida Attraction In consequence of the failure of the I
virile qualitiesof
let the keen fearless,
living. Perhaps the most interesting 'exhibition Canton to deliver her cargo the unfortunate
mind and body sink into
all over heart and inhabitants of Nicholalevick OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. O. BOX 374.
the tendency seen
At present disuse we will prepare the way for to be on the pike during
the country Is to reduce the wages of disaster in carnival week from Marion will the correspondent adds be without
Inevitable and shameful comes H. R. HUN TE R
those employed. protected Industries. light during the Siberian winter. .
From speech by Mr. ,
the future. county. It is Miss Alpine Blitch
At .'111 River, Mass.. 25,000 textile before New SUCCESSOR to o. A. HUNTER,
when Governor Chief Dies.
Roosevelt, Engineer
is said
H. Blitch who
work and deprived daughter of W. ,
,.operators are out of York Republican Club, February 13, Florence Italy Oct. 24.-Governor .
they would to be the largest gi-1 of her ae in
wages John Livingstone Dlnwiddie Borth. GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.

not consent to a flat wage reductionof 1899.The military establishment of the the world. wick chief engineer In the United .

12 per cent. In Chicago the Meat. United States exclusive of pensions Miss Blitch is but seyenteen :years States navy retired with the rankof KEY FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING, SAW FILING, ETC.

Trust has crushed to death one of the Ina lieutenant commander died here
will under four years of Roosevelt old and weighs 4S7 pounds. Yester-
BUttt powerful labor organizations be- time of profound peace have cost today from nervous prostration. Engi. Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.
she visited the carnival groundsand
In- day
cause It demanded a reasonable 1515,000,000 more than under four neer Borthwick was 64 years of age. FLORIDA.
crease of wages for the under-paid rears of Cleveland. in making the trip from the hotel He will be buried at Sorrento. OCALA, -

.laborer The Steel Iron and Tin This Is the reverse of the documentPARKER'S : to the place where she ;5s to be -
tariff Jap Spies .
Trusts Interest protected by the FOR PEACE. I exhibited it was with difficulty that a
PLEA Possiet Bay Russian Manchuria Oct.24.A tltroteeatmtal.
hue been largely reducing their wage ,Public feeling has been wroughtup I
military arma- hack was secured which was large Japanese torpedo boat has been
"The display of great 'p
schedules as has also the Glass Trust. to such a high pitch in the Hollo- wwwwwwww. -
and all sorts ments may please the eye and for ,enough to accomodate her.-Times- sighted in Gashkovich bay in the extreme ( .
Tbe artisans mechanics it not believed that it m E.BIGGS.ATTOHNEYATLAW.
northeastern of not way case was
of the part Korea -
excite the pride t. -
hlr unskilled helpers, to whom the the moment Union. _ .
of | to give citizen, but it cannot bring to the coun- far from Possiet bay and a number of would be possible to secure a fair -

tariff doe not even pretend and try the brains, brawn and muscle ofi Presidential Election Will Make No Japanese spies have been arrested In and impartial trial so the attorneys Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) -

protection receive high wages Change. this neighborhood, which is believed I OCALA.I pr.oIUDA.
receive them so long single immigrant, nor reduce the in- on both sides asked for a continuance ,.
to --
::will continue of dollar of capitalOf No matter which candidate is elected to forestadow the imminence of. Japanese .
here a
their unions remain. Intact. But vestment and the case has been postponed for D. FULLER L. F.BLALOCK, -
as Possiet bay.
Industry course such armament as may be Foley's Honey and Tar will remain landing near LI ASIo &nt. :.
what single tariff-protected the the favorite remedyfor the term. DENTISt
for the security of coun- people's
the same generous necessary DPC,2ring Result of Poll.
i paya Us protection of the rightsof boughs, colds and incipient con Over M unroe &ChftmbliM Dank Ocal*.Fta. -
reward for their labor that the unprotected try and the New York Oct. 24.-Vice Chairman Tuipentime men are still raYing in -
{ their employees .. its citizens. at home or abroad sumption. It cures colds quickly and Delancy Nicoll, of the Democratic national :
activities pay the glitteilng, golden sheet-'es; how. umonia, A. J. Nusbaum,
must be maintained. I protest prevents pn committee today stated that JI.
for their labor. Commissioner ever against the feeling that, by reason Batesviile. Ind., writes: '*'I sufferedfor the committee was preparing and the lumber men; r'tto the phosphate PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON.

t It might be added that statement and of the commanding position we three months with a severe cold.A would make public Monday a poll oi miners ditto the orange ,.owers; Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp Montezum

,/rUht'a remarkable which President have assumed In the world we must druggist prepared me some medicine a number of so-called doubtful states. ditto nearly every one who seeks OCALA. FLA. 2

tabult''oa upon sake part In the disputes and broils of and a physician prescribed for This poll has been taken for the committee -
-'. bases his remarks shelter in the soft, balmy atmosphereand SPENCER.
n. the foreign countries and that be.cause0 me, yet I did not improve. I then by the state organizations.. I EDWIN _

qu xa discredited long before'was have grown great we should Intervenein tried Foley's Honey and Tar and is not intended as an estimate of the under the blue, ceio'ean sr"'es of ATTORNEY-AT-LA W,

,c3tl .,.:?* letter of acceptance Shaw in a [ every important question that arises eight doses cured me." Postoffice Democratic states, but simply to show Florida. _ OCALA. 7-S-r" 7LOillDAaJ
; f a'\; public, for of the world.FromJudge Drug Store. m the result of a Democratic canvass.ETIQUEITE. .
delivered several weeks In other parts I Yellow fever prevails at five placesin
rtump speech I Speech of Acceptance. I ij. CHASE : -
aio stated that the Commissioner of : Tom Watson has been terrible in I Mexico, but it is probable that it .
which August 10, 190. .
Labor has prepared a bomb his arraignment of the democratic A letter or note should always be will not spread much, as it is being DENTIST. .
would blow the Democratic party He said.sky- THE PUBLIC PAYS AS USUAL party. Take jt aH in an, tie worst dated. closely b.1arded&Carrie .
1_ high, or words to that ."bomb" thing he has said about it is the following -, Politeness does not mean stiffness of PARLOS L. SISn.ATTORIIEY.ATLaW., -
I. to M many words that this Decrying the trusts and speakingmore I manner, but. on the contrary ease of Nation seems dete oined
members that they
was In the nature of a carefully pre- particularly of the Meat Trust : "Its say manner. I .

: f Wd article showing that the Dem- and the strike which was only recently are tired of being in the minority." On the visiting card the day for receiving that the incident of George Washington : Room 4. Masonic BuiIdin .Ocala.FU. 311 -
; the cost of is engraved or written 'in the and the hatchet shall be entirely
t ootatlc contention that ended In the packing houses the New We have heard a great many democrats L
of lower left band corner.
:- L living had been Increased out proportion was York Telegram drives the point homeIn make this confession. But as After one has finished eating the forgotten&/ -

"' f to the Increase In wages the following editorial observation: we regard it it.is more important to knife and fork are placed close to- -
+ untrue. "Naturally some one has to pay for the Uncle Henry Long is going for that
of plate.
: f "bomb'has the faith than it is to win the gether across the center Jerry Burnett
W Commissioner Wright's all this. The employees are paying keep The old fashioned practice of foldingover $600 prIze at the South Florida fair

1' deceived no person of average IntelUJ" their share In a way In being compelled i fight. Emasculate a party of its the right side of the visiting cardto and he generally gets what he goes

** fence. It bears on its face the liii- to go back to work at the old creed and a victory is as a soon ling show it has "been left In person is MerchantTailoring. .

born of the the one for. __ _ _
print of untruthfulness wage. But the real payment, brass and a tinkling cymbal. no longer observed.

t- it desperate necessities of a losing cam that takes shape In dollars and cents Before making a call on a lady a The republicans have gone from the
is, by the the is must first receIve an Invitation
[ it across gentleman .
palgn.t is being paid as Our neighbor way ask and fuH '-'nner pail to the full coffee pot
must first
"' interestin to do so, or he
'" -. those who no
trends some
I public, by giving our populist very receive her permission to come. in four years, and in four more years Ocala, Florida. :

!l' t i BBYAN1TES FOR PARKER. I the'strlke.at which you are paying good and wholesome advice whichwe At the table the knife Is held in the look out for fu1R ter pitchers.-
rate and
-The used Finest Imported
restaurant bill take occasion to commend. hand as little as possible. being .
llf&nlal. able and brill-,I Is in evidence on every only when it is necessary to cot the Commoner. Domestic'Cloths. .
good-natured ones.places .
In the cheaper ,
Even of vegetablesthe
Plant Governor Hogg of Texas, has of fare where they do: not Indulge In Hay For'Sale.* food. For the majority fort be used In- An auger and a man of many anecdotes Cutting a Specialty
tines of the may
f been In New York for the past font I of' printing their menu At 75c ir .cwt. C:;. H GaitskiU- ,. knife. are alike perfect bores. p Fits Guaranteed..tiE .
luxury stead of
the : is d
Colonel]I I idrida. 5 If w.
Go' Hogg and tad red ink ,arI- Mclntwsh *
fa flTe days. wW
: W cards dally you: '. ,
F\ William J, Bryan 'are as close as I I ations on former prices. .
I sflfcftri.. With. emphisli
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New Goods are Here and can be found, not in a jumbled Were ourDress Goods, Silks and llfybons. A moving Thanksgiving:, : and Christmas are nearly here, and every

price constantly J11OOUf Towels, Tablecloths and Napkins.. .
confusing collection, but an exclusive I assortment of
'hied of China is broken let us set table for -
your your i
Our prices in tho notion Department will freeze all competition '. ,< .

{ Ladies' Furnishings, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' and Misses. .. .
and bring comfort to those. : who are ready for the bargains '

Thanksgiving. : ..

Walking and Dress Hats, Men's and Boy's Hats and Cap wo now offer. .'_ :. .. .

The Clothing lInnho, is always here from \Vannamaker & Brown's Great Clothing House Philadelphia]

You. take no risk. Pants, Suits, Overcoat, to your Exclusive Style. ,.

Spain lucky to Los Cubit Appeal For Funds. NOTICE t!] \!.i !QfiJ.Jj! Q; JP.F"! k f 1IjI' .! !'! i1I

j The Marquis de Carfellme, in the JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Oct J.'0, 1904. I It WillPay .

course of antlcle to the GlobeDemocrat To the Democrats of Florida Inspectors and Clerks of Election I \VeJhave just received our Fall line of i1
The boarof commissioners
has the following to say with The undersigned have been appointed county
appolnter inspectors and clerks of elec- You II
reference to the freedom of CUM and a committee for the purpose of 1 1
tion for the general election to be held

the Philippines by the United State*: raisins funds in this state to aid in on November: Sth A. D. 1904, which Inspectors I

"I *hall t>erfc ps a>tom>t Americans the national democratic campaign.The and clerks of the different You have any Heal Estate I L51 'I1 I t
'tttea I toil them teat they democratic party is waging amat precincts are as follows: to sell, 'El

District, No. I, Inspectors
rendered a n.--e servk W. C. 1
: Jeffords. John Pasteur,I I
they took (ftibt *sd the Philh"r: :pice$ i constitutional government, the D. S. Williams; clerk. Forney Lancas- l You're thinking of h
I! coming r!!
under their chi.."'e.. It b, nevwthe-1] equal rights of all the people and ter.District. No. 1, Ocala-Box 2. Inspectors lr to Florida for a home, | f- The largest stock in [Ocala. We give you I

less, tree Siisce the colonies caedtotakelfrcia I special privileges to none. : J. JI. Graham. J. A. Pittman. I ::= the best values for the least _
Spain hr savings and Unlike its powerful opponent, the C. M. Livingston; clerk, W. XT. Clyatt.: OR I IIF 10". ...-. monev.Chambers .. .
r District. No. :!.-Inspectors: E. D. i 1! .
her best Wood there has been an democratic party represents no .protected Rou R. D. Johnson, B. P. Wilson; clerk. You desire to invest in any
economical revival which becomes interests from which it may H. G. Hull.District kind of Florida property, I Shoe Company
No. Inspectors: Chas. I
every day (more [manifest. Indeed, demand contributions as the condi- Gray W. D. :Mathews, F. E. Smoak; ,
TO SEE The Cte Trice nC"Jse.lSl .
clerk. J. K. :ilixson.
one of the dominating preoccupations tion of continued legislative and executive i.
District. Xo. Inspectors: Chas. B. OPERA
\ of Spaniards- is to'reconquer eeonomlcauythoseimmenseterritorieswhich- favors, but must depend upon :Miller J. M. Hudgens, C. Y. :Miller; OR WRITEOCALA. OCALA, FLORIDA. 19

the voluntary offerings of patriotic clerk. D. :M. Barco. gj .F rr 1' "&liij\jti mS:1
District.. Vo. Inspectors: J. B. :Mc-
are lost to them politically."A citizens who believe in its principlesand I Gehee, Jno. C. Folks. W. H. Gilfoy;; J. H.lIYINGSJON& & SONS 0-

very active association,the II>- desire the election of its candi clerk J. J. Turner. I
I District, No. Inspectors: G. APettewa .
ero-American which has dates. FLIRIOA.LOOKING C. i. G
League }'. W. S. Jordan Willie Ross; I, RAe E.I
Senor Rodrigues San Pedro, the minister Nolsection of the country is clerk William Thomas. .
District, Xo. 7.-Inspectors: T. Jv.1 Successor
of foreign affairs, at its head, is more interested in democratic sue Barnes, J. :M. Douglass J. H. J. Counts; I Dealer to Central In Lurnoer Co.

ding a great deal towards this end. cess than the south, fully realizingas clerk Walter Douglass. : AHEAD i
District Xo. Inspectors: Sam
As a result of its efforts, direct we do, that the continued policyof Grimes S. J. Dillard, A. D. :Mitchell; I Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringjCeiiing -_

monthly services of steamers have I the present administration would clerk J. W. Davis. Persons In the Early Stages of Kidney and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. ,
District, Xo. 9. Irisoectors
: W. E. Diseases Should Waste
teen established between Bilboa and itensify the race problem which is McGahagin, J. L Grantham. J. :SI. Time In Making their no Manufacturer of \

Havana and Vera Cruz and between present with us. Blain; clerk Jn District Xo. 10.-Inspectors: J. T.
"Vigo, Montevideo and Bunenos Ayres.: The national committee have madean Lewis A.V.. Fort, J. A. Morse* ; clerk. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School 1

"Spain is also becoming self sufficient earnestappeal: for necessary finan W. E. Martin. If you doii't stop that pain In the back I Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
District Xo. 11.-Inspectors: P. L. tome of these days you are extremely _
and accomplishing an economic cial aid. We receiving and can fill orders for
: therefore, urge you Durisoe, R. D. )McDonald "'. T. Hen- liable to hare Bright1 Disease or some any quantities and
regeneration, thanks to the and all democratic friends in every I derson; clerk B. L, Hickman. other form of kidney trouble. You are sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly 't'IWEEATMEAT ;

services which America has rendered city, town and community in the I Williamson District. ,No.Calvin 12.-Long Inspectors, John:McRay.W. P., just as much In danger If you have dry -

\ her. Can. she look forward to a res state to make, contributions for the Sr.; clerk, Jos. Blodgett. ness of the skin, headaches, restlessness, E GL .
District :Xo. 13.-Inspectors J. cnosuhl and r 'U .M'jyt
: TV. appetite great thirst, or If
toration of her rank a3 a great power above mentioned. The
purposes lI
Stevens. J. E. Thomas, A. P. Monroe; you notice sediment! or cloudiness the l-
in Europe?.,:Ab, that is another ques time is short, so that only prompt clerk. W. S. Priest urine or other
urinary irregularities.
District No. 14.-Inspectors: J.. B.
tion! action will be of avail. Hall. Andrew McBride D. M. Waldron FOLET'S KIDUBT CuRB makes the kid* I _

"For my part I think that Spain :Make checks payable to George clerk. W. G. Meggs. oeys.right, and whenever there are any t $' To grow strong. Unless we get

will requirea|[ to vic District Xo. 15.-Inspectors: J. B. Indications that thee organs are la the -- goo-l meat we well _
century emerge Foster Peabody,who is treasurer of Booth C. A. :McRaney, Geo. Drawdy may as let :
toriously from the condition ofjmoral the national committee, and enclose clerk, R. B. Evins. ; least way disturbed, It should be taken '&r it alone. There is no strength !
District. No. 16.-Inspectors W. promptly and regularly until all symp L .1
: J. in
torpor in which she has lived hereto same to W. P. Coachman of this I Crosby, Geo. TV. Ellis H. G. Dunn;:. toms of kidney trouble hare disappeared. tough me instead of giving ,

fore.' Before pretending to treat on city, who will forward to headquar clerk. R. C.Douglas. This preparation is composed of the test I tiT it lakes strength to digest E

eqal terms with the great it ters. District. Xo. 17.-Inspectors:. W. T. known remedies I j& it. It ,
powers Faithfully yours, Forbes J. H. Harvey B. H. Leitner; employed_ by kidney A pays to be careful In I.,

is necessary that her people should T. C. Taliaferro, W. F. Coachman, clerk, George Stuart. specialists, and It cannot help but core y r / buying meat-be sure to
District Xo. 18. every form of kidney trouble s. I'
-Inspectors: P. :M. If taken : ,
learn obedience, cleanliness, puns J. P. Taliaferro, W. H. Knowles, W. Townsend, H. X. Knoblock. C. H. Har- early. Thousands have tested: to this the beat-tender and

tuality and, above all, thoroughness. J. Hillman, S.1.. Muldon, Com doe: clerk. N. J. Townsend. fact. In even the most hopeless cases It Pay a little more If need .

"Spain keeps:alive, which is something mittee. Smitth District Geo., Xo.W.19.-Inspectors Snow, H. C. Morrison: W. L.; will always afford relief. put something in your rbOIf.'t"I-

: but it is hardly enough. I came Th. Original clerk. Frank Lytle. : Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky, if o1 ,, which win put flesh
here expecting'a paradise. I shall District Xo. 20.-Inspectors: Geo. M. I writes: : Tor years I have been greatly yonr
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Butch R. A. Sandifer. J. H. Badger; bothered with kidney and bladder trouble I bones and strong blood in your I.
soon leave realizing that I am re clerk S. J. McCully.
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung District and enlarged prostate gland. I used

turning to civilization.* remedy, and.on account of the great Nix. J. L. Xo.Whisenant 21.-Inspectors D. E. Stroble: I. W.; everything known to the profession without i EDW ARDS"BROS.

--- -- merit and popularity of Foley's clerk, J. A. Lucius. relief, until I was Induced to Asa I

The Elks and Other Lodges at Tampa Honey and Tar and many imitationsare District :No. ?Inspectors: W. E. Font's KIDSKT CPBK.- After taking m Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
The Elks of Florida and other Allen, D. H. Irvine J. F. Barron clerk. S
states offered for the genuine. Ask for ; three bottles I was entirely relieved and
L. T. Hickson. c i55rS e5e ill
will gather in Tampa in large number Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse District No. 23.-Inspectors: S. G. cured. I prescribe it now daily la m; 55c. 5 e5 ur-c5a ri au .
any substitute offered as no otherpreparation Lovell Rufus practice and heartily -- ----
during the South Florida fair Perry. Henry Shaw; recommend its use ------ ---
for the of will give the same satis clerk. George Proctor. to all physicians for such troubles, for I -- --
purpose forming a state as
faction. It is mildly laxative. It District. No. 24.Inspectors: A. J. can honestly state I have
prescribed it In "
sociation and holding Elks' Turner. W. E. Mixson R. H. THUCT1[
an Sanders
reun contains no opiates and is safest for clerk, Geo. W. Xeville. ; hundreds of cases with perfect ,success 29 A lldf[

ion. November 16 and 17 have been children and'delicate persons. Post- District. Xo. 23.-Inspectors: T. E. SPoatoffire

decided upon as the nays meeting.. ffice Drug Stores m Pritchett C. TV. Quick, Isaac DeLong; Drug Store, '" af Have
clerk. J.Iarshall.. you decided on the kind of
The Tampa lodge of Elks will entertain District, :No. 26. \ts I r41'
-Inspecors fertilizer
German : W. Luffman
Colony For Florida.A you are
going to If.not
used *
W. D.
all visitors in a style most Eminisor Geo. L. Osteen; i I V
German colony is already bookedfor clerk S. E. Civils. e' a question of how much but

magnificent a large ,
Florida which is the direct resultof District. No. 27.-Inspectors: P. U. what kind wm
tfu b
Bt rval!
having been made for this purpose. Milligan. R. TV. Holliday G. B. Parra-
Among the entertainments will be the efforts: of the Times-Union's I more; clerk I. Wellhorner. a can be obtained. You can't make a j
special trade edition which was District, No. 28.-Inspectors: J. Y. i 1 a : mistake when
tho mobt r..splendent ball of the history Hfcks. Henry Shaw Jr., C. E. Lucius; s you use our high grade
out at St. Louis by the young lady clerk B. F. Freer. fertilizers.
of the celebrated 6
Tampa Bay
District, :
commissioners. The 29.-Inspectors: C. C.
hotel. The masons, woodmen, odd enterprise is Priest Jr., E. C. )McLeod TV. E. Xix; Highest cash price paid for dry bones
quick to bear fruit. clerk W; V. ChappelL
knows, red men, eagles and other
Now, if the colony could be settled District. Xo. 30.-Inspectors: M. S. FLORIDA '
lodges are alsoarranging features of Moser J. :M. T, Carter :M. P. Frink; FERTILIZER m .OIFUT
on good land, such as we have in clerk H. L. Secklnger. ,
entertainment for the benefit of theirvisiting Gainesville Fla.McMillan .
Marion county, it would bo almost District. No. 31.-Inspectors: Henry
brothers [from Florida another d, Gatrell L. L. Harvey W. A. Yongue. ; -
impossible to measure the good results clerk, W. A. :Murphy. <..:...
that would flow from it. _T S. T. SIstrunk. Clerk. UNIVERSITY

I Saved Two From Death. Our fair commissioners and real estate -

"Our little daughter had an almost, men should bestir themselves. McI7E and MACKA } -OFf Bros -

fatal attack of whooping cough Thanksgiving day comes next month f \ Southern

and bronchiti9"iwrit Mrs. W, K.Haviland which -- Copper Works
suggests turkey, cranberry fLORID
of Armonk, N. Y., "but sauce and plum pudding. By thee .

k when all other remedies failed, w
way, the hunting season also opens i Manufacturers
saved her life with Dr. King's New next month which suggests quail, FUNERAL of Turpentine Stills

Discovery Our neice, who had deer;! wild and General
I turkey and mallard duck; DIRECTORS. Metal Workers.
consumption in an advanced i
stage, then, too, oysters become most delicious FIRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR
also used this wonderful medicine t -
and today she is perfectly well. in November; and some one Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets

near our elbowwith smacking lips, and Burial Outfits. Special given to Old Stills taken in exchange for
Desperate throat and
lung diseases asks what about spare ribs, backbone, Burial services. ODY. A New Gymnasium through the new ones. Patching .
yield to Dr. specialty. Ord
King's New Discovery Splendidly Equipped. wire will rs by mail or $
> as to no other medicine on earth. sausage, liver; pudding, 'possum and Embalming to OrderFOIEYSKIDNEYCTOE MIND: A Large F coltycf Most folle-wing receive prompt attention at either of the
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and f 1.00 bottles Florida MORALS* Sour d : ." ""'
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I ,ItERE AND THERE. RUSSIA WILL MAKEFULLfiEPARATION NOTICE OF ELECTION. uiony la the courts of Record and b Seetioa % The Legislature shall not's3 NOTICE OF ELECTION
all criminal cases originating In the C1l'o'I special or local laws in any of tin

i ,. The Legislature of 1303 un- cult Courts. The court full have the power :t blowing: enumerated cases; that Is to say. To the ShenfT of Marion
fer the Constitution of lESS of the State of to line writs of mandamus certiorari :iprohibition. regulating the jurisdiction and duties ofmy Flonda- cnt.1rbuta\

fhe cadets of the of Florida did pus seven Joint resolutions QUO warranta. habeas corpus i class of officers or for the punishment
__ University IT KNOWN THAT I. H. CZ.AYCRAW.
proposing amendments to the Constitution and also all -writs nectaeary or proper U i<),f crime or misdemeanor except for the BE FOKD. Secretary of state Of the state of

.Florid are "aU right." Lake City of the State of Florida and the same were the compute exerdM ef tte Jurisdiction. 4 mforoemest of special local laws regulatlng Florida,do hereby give notice that a General
agreed to by a vote of three-fourths of all Each of the Justices shan hare power to 1 the practice of courts cf Justice; Election will be held in Marion county state
..11'. & right to be proud of the gallant the members elected to each bouse; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any part Jot providing for r-frangtng venue of civil and of Fond on Tuesday next succeedinc the

North Sea Incident Regarding tbe vote on sold joint resolutions were entered the State upon petition by, or on behalf .1otlt13 soldiers.-Jacksonville Me- I upon their respective Jourials with of any person heldIn actual custody and 1 the names of persons; vacating roads; Tuesday being the

i and nays thereon tr.d they did determIne may make such writs returnable before i summoning and Impaneling grand and petit EZJhIh DaLe of Avrtmter,
ItQ1)OIII. jreaa
S Britain.CYAMA
Great .
'ind direct that the said Joint resolutions himself or the Supreme Court or any Justice 'Juries anti providing for their compensation For five presidential electors.For .
The education : be submitted to the electors of the.' thereof. or before any Circuit Judge. ; for assessment and collection of i one representative of the tst congreMion
, of the children of and hen not returned to the Supreme district of Florida, in the fifty-ninth
: State at the general election In November I taxes for State and county and municipal congressof
FORTIFYING HIS LINES. Court, an appeal to that court shall alwajr I the United States.
Florida I for opening and conducting electIons
: should be superintended bya 1201 lie. ]purposes; For governor of the state of Florid.
-- | Now, therefore. I, IL Clay Crawford' for State and county and municipal For secretary of state of the state of Florida.For .
man above reproach. Mr. Hollo- : of Florida, Section :U of article F of the Constitution I,)officers and for designating the places of
i" Kuropatkin Thought to be on Eve of Secretary of State of the State attorney genera ol the state of Florida
of the State of Florida is amendedBO
4o hereby give notice that a voting: for the sale of real estate belonging For comptroller the state ol Florida.
IOwa) U not that man.-Ja ksonville Undertaking an Offensive MovementHe as to read as follows: to minors estates of decedents, and of For treasurer of the state of Florida.
f GENERAL, ELECTIONwill "Sec. 1L The Circuit Courts shall have persons laboring under legal disabilities: For snpe-intendeat of public instruction ot
, MeLropoUi.Fh. Has Been Elevated to Position be held In each county In Florida or i exclusive original Jurisdiction In all cases regulating the fee* of officers of the State the state of Florida.Porcommissioner.
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monda:fin equity. Also In all cases at law not or county or municipalities; giving effect of agriculture of the state

fight In Atlanta bctweenthe of CommanderinChief.San In November, A. D. 1S04 the said Tuesda:;'!cognizable by Inferior courts sod In ,all to: informal or invalid deeds or wills: leglti of For Florida.one justice of the supreme court of the
being the cases Involving the legality of any tax as- mixing children: providing for the adoption state of Flonoa for sic years

: newspaper* and the railroads is as Francisco Oct. 27.-Advices EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, ;'sessment or ton; of the action of ejectment of children; relieving minors from legal For three jn ticesof the supreme court ol the
of aH actions the titles
Involving or state of Florida.
;,fierce aa Mukden. The Atlanta Journal from the front today ,indicate that the I for the ratification or rejection of the said boundaries of real estate. and of all criminal -f disabilities." ; and for the establishment of For one railroad ammissisner for.Ithe state

Russians and Japanese armies are not 'Joint resolutions proposing amendments tithe case not cognizable by Inferior courts: of Florida.
ha been Field Marshal Oyamain Constitution of the State of Florida.ind original Jurisdiction of action of forcible Section 24, article 8, of the Constitution For two members of the house of represent
yet ready for the predicted great strug. rtx: tt entry and unlawful detainer and of if the State of Florida Is hereby amended lives ot the state of Florida.

the campaign. gle but the delay is not explained. IE such othfr matters as the Legislature may, o as to read as follows Foteonntyjudge.
ARTICLE X [ "Section 24. The Legislature shall estab For Iber .
'I. provide. They shall have final appellate
The two forces their t lah For clerk of the event court.
hold positionsin 3 jurisdiction In all civil and criminal easel a uniform system of county govern
l ,Watiwn to Bryan through Indiana: Ij nent. It sliall divide municipalities into For county assessor of taxes.
m the
entrenched lines within short range arising County Court or before the J For tax collector.
That the following amendment to tn. : lasses:! of not more than four on the basis
and of
County Judge all misdemeanor
Ii "You go first, my dear Bryan," and and maintains a continuous snipingand Constitution of the State o: Florida bej'and, clvfl cases tried In the Courts of Reocord >t population-; It shall establish for superintendent For county treasurer.of public instruction.

" he did. Wataon is against a hard artillery fire. I' and the same Is. hereby agreed to and of judgments sentences of any mu "'>4ch ties a uniform system of government For county surveyor."
up hall be submitted to the electors of the''nicipal court and of all cases arising before -:* ; It Shan provide for tbe .f For five county comm l&ioners.

, proposition when he tackles Bryan.- Several unimportant affairs are reported Fxate; at the general election In November,!!] Justices of the Peace In counties In t ncorporatlOQ of each now existing monklpality For three members of the coulay board of

among them what is describedas 1904. for ratification or rejection. which there Is no County Court or Court\ and for the Incorporation of each public instruction.

Balnbrige Argun. "a weak effort" on the part of the Section S of article 8 of the Constltu of Record and supervision and appellate j'thereafter to be Incorporated monicrpality Forjustce! of the peace in and far the follow
Von of the State of Florida to hereby :jurUHotloo of matters arising before County *into one of suca daises and no law relating mil usttc districts, vu.

The minister who said it was all Japanese to retake Lone Tree Hill amended so as to read as follows: I I Judges pertaining to their probate juri- to the creation government or pow- Number Number one.two.

which was repulsed. Section 6. The Legislature shall provide,'diction or to the estates and Interest ot
right to flirt in church very likely that for the election by the Qualified electors ot:minors and of such other matters as the test than the wtcle of a class Number four.
Beyond the general each county of the following county officers 'Legislature may provide. The Circuit !'shall' be valid." Number five. '

took that means to kill the practice. the positions of the two armies are unchanged : Courts and Judges shall have power to' Section 8, article 8, of the Constitution 01the Number six.

disposition A Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Issue writs of mandamus Injunction quo't State of Florida la hereby repealed. Number seven.
Is thrown .
Ifght on
when it is
Nobody will want to per- Number tight
Constable. a County Assessor of Taxeo a warranty ceftiorari prohibition habeas -

mitted.-Atlanta Journal. of the forces. County Tax Collector a County TreasU1'er,1a ]l corpus and all writs, proper or necessary'! The votes cut In compliance wtth said Numbernine.Numberten.. .

[ Superintendent of Public Instruction and,to the complete exercise of their Jurtsdlcticn. ):]proposed amendments, and da oanvaM Number eleven. -li
-- a County Surveyor.The ." j It U claimed that Al. 0. Field, the St. Petersburg Oct., 26.-2 p. m.- term of office of all county officers\ Section 24 of article 5 of the Constitution I i subjected to 'the same regulations and re Number thirteen.

Again at noon today the admiralty mentioned In this section shall be four,of the State of Florida Is hereby amended'''trictiona as are provided by law for general Number fourteen. t

L noted minstrel man, is thinking; of announced that Vice Admiral Rajest- years except that the term of office of! so as to read as follows: |I'( election In the State of Florida. Number fifteen.
the County Assessor of Taxes County Tax; "Sec. 24. Upon the application of a ma-j In testimony whereof I have heretmt4 Number tixteen.
t embarking in the show business and vensky's report had not yet arrived Collector and County Treasurer, shall be jjortty,' of the registered voters of any I set my band and affixed the great seal o4 Number Number sevent-en.

II figuring on purchasing the Fore- but the British embassy has been as- for two years. until the general election In t county in tils State, the Legislature shall the State of Florida.. at TaHafcaoee. tin Number eighteen.nineteen. '.. -
f November 1306. at which election they also establish: In such county a court of reo:capital. W. the first day of August, X & Numper twenty.
shows. sured that it is on its way here. Therefore I ord. and there shall be one Judge for each Number twenty-one.
piugh & Sell Bros. shall be elected for terms of four years I 1904.L.
the long\waited Russian versionof each and thenceforth all county officers I of the said courts, who shall be a practioj B.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD Number twentv-two.
lug attorney at law and who shall be appointed -! -_ JjBsretarrjf. Number t tweuty-thrte
named In this section shall be elected fo
.: of this section the North sea incident on which by the Governor and confirmed Number twenty-four.
The by Marion -
I County.
orange groves terms of four years. Their powers. duties I ,, To Perry H. Xufccnt Sheriff 1
the Senate and who shall hold his office Number twenty.fi.e.Number
the future action of Great Britain depends ,
have made remarkable growth the and compensation shall be prescribed bj for four .. The annual salary of the twenty-MX.
I t taw. End to Cabinet Crisis. Number ., -
cannot be much longer delayed. Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly -! No twenty- : -

}*tt season. Those along the Orange I The admiralty does not offer any explanation by the county wtere such court la es-i New York Oct. 27.-The cabinet crisis Number Komber twenty-nice hrentr.ei
I .' Glade road are looking well and of how the report coming, ARTICLE XXII. tablished. and shall be as follows: In counties -! seems to have no end says a dispatch Number thirty.
That the following amendment to the or leas than fifteen thousand popuIa-\ Number thirty one. .:
: are loaded with fruit.-Miami but it may have been mailed at Cherbourg Constitution of the State of Florida bo Uon one thousand dollars; In counties of, from The Herald's correspondent For constable in and for the following iutttcc,<
: as intimated in these dispatcheslast and the same is hereby agreed to and from fifteen thousand .to thirty thousand'i' at Valparaiso, Chile. 'oiit.icalleaders strict Number rtz one.: -

Kew shall be submitted to the electors of the population. sixteen hundred ; in their efforts to solve the Knwher twe -S
m night, although it is possible that State at the .general election In 1904, for counties of from thirty thousand to forty- Number three. -' Suid.r

Holloway says he will write an one of the torpedo boats which sailed ratification or rejection. five thousand popuat1on. two thousand situation are resorting to all kindsof "ur.

from Cherbourg have been sent Section 8 of article 12 of the ConstitutionIs dollars; and In counties of more than forty- intrigue. Indignation over the affair Number five.Number .
may '
democrats. It is five thousand S
too population
letter to twentyfOUl"hundred .
n MX.Nonvber
op hereby amended *o aa to read as follows::
to secure it. I shall dollars; and all Criminal Courts of, is being freely expressed by lead W'tTnhei't..
Section 8. Each county be requiredto
: late for explanations now. He remained Record now established la this State ehall. eight.
President Riesco and the
Captain Calthorpe, the British naval assess and collect annually for the cup upon the adoption of this amendment become ing citizens. Number nine. .

anent {entirely too long.- attache, was at the admiralty again port of public free schools therein. a tax and be Courts of Record as herein' president of Bolivia have exchanged Number ten.
or not less than thee (3) mills nor more Number eleven.
: Jacksonville Ietropolis. today in full uniform in quest of in- than seven (7) mills on the dollar, of all provided.Courts of and Record all officers shall be of officers such Criminal of such: cordial messages of congratulation Tumber twelve.

formation as to when the report could taxable property In the same. courts and discharge the duties and receive following the signification of the peace Number Number tnutceo.'"nrteen. .

The E 0. Painter Fertilizer factory be expected. It Is evident from' the \ ARTICLE-XXJIL the emoluments of such unto the" expiration'!' treaty. Number fifteen.Numotr J S
1: of their present term of office. iiict.n. ", 5

wa destroyed by fire in JacksonvilleMonday vigor with which the British embassy That the following amendment to the i Section 2SsOf article 5 of the Constitution I, Number seventeen '<.

I; pressing its inquiries that it is not Constitution of the State of Florida be and of the State of Florida Is hereby amended! Number eighteen.

i i night. Loss, 25000. The the Intention of the British government the same II hereby agreed to. and shall ba i, BO as to read as follows: i Number Number nineteen. S
submitted to the electors & the State at;'! "Section 25. The Court of Record shall I twenty.

Ii; Ice factory Bartow, was also de- I to await it Indefinitely, and that 'the general election In November A. D., have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal Number Number tw-c twenty-twu..

on the contrary anything In the natureof 1904. for ratification or rejection. casee, not capital which shall arise In\ Number twenty-tare
several I
I itroyed by fire days ago. Section 13 of article 5 of the Constitution I said county and of sU cases at law, In Number twenty-four.

unreasonable delay will occasionnew thai be and Is hereby amended so as ta i which the demand or value of the property !I Number twenty five.

representations. However, the read as follows: does not exceed one thousand dollars.] Number tweaty-bii
the Holloway
with ,
II In connection Number tw-nty-seven.1
admiralty's statement conveyed to ambassador Section 11 The Legislature may 'organ..;'and, concurrent with the Circuit Court Number twenty-eight. J 78353

ca*e It seems necessary to say that is regardedas Ize In suci counties as It may think propel. shall have exclusive Jurisdiction of proceedings \ Number twenty-nine,
Hardlnge today County Courts which shall have jurisdiction relating to forcible entry and un. Number thirty. = S
si to know what I_ right and not to do reassuring and altogether the situation of all cases at law In which the de lawful detainer of lands and tenements." Number thirty one. jgr 1 5
Involved 1\! Section 26 of article 6 of the Constitution I In testimony whereof I hue hereanto set
11 it is as bad as to know what is is considered to have entered on mand hall not or ralxie exceed five hundred property dollars; o:e of the State of Florida is hereby amend 11 \ my hand and affined the great seal.
of the state o! Florida at Tatttu
) and to do it. It is certainly a a distinctly better phase. though the proceedings relating to the forcible entr,,,80 aa to read as follows: [t.s.[ see.the capital. this th fret day ofSeptember
; wrong "Section 26. There shall be six tarma
acute stage cannot be regarded as having or unlawful detention of lands and tenements -I QTL ii.S&s A. D 1904.
think twice _of the Court of Record In each year. H.
should and final CLAYCRAWPOKD.
when man and of misdemeanors appellate
_ time a passed until_the character of the Jurisdiction ta civil cases arising I aj I Section 27 of article 5 of the Corntitn..tlon 9-2 Secmtrf oj asia

and of the State of Florida la hereby To Ferry H. Nugent ShenfMirioa County.NJ7ICE .
Is revealed
voting once. Russian explanation the courts of the tastices of the Peace. : !4 .
bire sj.j
j I amended so as to read u follows: .
the British demands which will follow The trial of such appeals miy be de nov yi' ; "Section 27. There shall be for each -- ----- 5
MUs Annie Champlain, a popular are presented. If, upon the. receipt at the option shall be of the the appellant Judge of The the Count Count;I 1'Court of Rcord a Prosecuting Attorney, 9 '

lodge .
be named the County Solicitor wh.ovb -
Jacksonville was of Admiral Rojestvensky's report shall be an attorney at law. ito
.*'.elety Jbelle of Court and a1l be appointed bythe Governor and
dWt bA a1eata4 hr the WJa11tio" In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
in communicating I
the Russian government x>nflrme4 by the Pente. and who th&D
I crowned "queen of the carnival"Monday its explanation voluntarily electors of sa1d-oOWitj-- the time W ha1 At-I lt lold office for toot years Hi* en.11 of Florida, in and for Marion cout,.

the stadium.u me the said Judge is elected. e Prosecuting t ion: GIll be fixed by law." G.S. Scott u Receiver etc. Complainant, n.
IAI night at announces that a searching inquiry torney for said county, who shall hold omoel Section O of 'article 5 of the Constitution :Wm.Fendletoa and Zemala;C Pead! taa,

i ceremonies were pretty and imposingi will be ordered to give the responsIbility for four yeare. His duties by and.law.compensa-Such|I of the Stats of Florida fa hereby v Defendants.
tlon shall be prescribed
offenders will be imended so as to read ae follows: YT IS ORDERED THAT THR DEFED4KTBi
and that the at the of1 S
I andjwere witnessed by a large concourse t courts may be abolished pleasure "Section tt. in cCne.triable In CM .-' herein named.,Wm Pendletoa and Zetaal
A University punished, it is not thought Great Britain the Legislature. Ji II Courts cf Record shill be pronooted ttpoot&fonaatioa C. Fendleton be and they are hereby required 5
k I of people. The reasonably demand more Inasmuch Provided that all County Judges .holding!, under ost end toy be fltalt to appear to the bill ot complaint IB Ibis caae
can said office at the ratification of this amend on or before
acted military escort.. any time w&etber the court is In M*
students as as Emperor Nicholas himselfhas ment shall continue in the exercise of the ;
II ton or not by tfe* County Solicitor, tat W. Mosdagthez4&gofJaRwnr4, n 194
already offered an apology for duties thereof according to their respective 1 the grand Jury of the Circuit Court tor, Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 It is further ordered that a copy of this order

A lov Letter. affair and has given oommlselons and until their lucoesaon ar* I the county In which said Court of Record: Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. be published once week for eight eonMOiUTt
the unfortunate and provided further the; weeks in the Ocala Banner
if fluly qualified I. 2teid may Indict for offenses triakie ta.
j f Would not interest you assurances that the victims will receive when any County Court shall hereafter t* ;the Court of Record. Upon the ftndlug e I Done this the iSth day of October. >. D. 1904.
for a guaranteed salve for established In any county in this State. the the OrcuJt Judge aaaUommlt S 6 T. SKTRCNK.
I. looking the fullest compensation.The rich Indictment NOTICE.. Clerk Circuit Court
Dodd County Judge of said county shall hold his ban the accrued for trial ta!\ "
bunw. or pyles. Otto has despatched a or B.L. Anderson and \. Rocker, S
10m, admiralty office and perform the duties of Judge of the Court of Record end t County Sottdtor Solicitor lor Complainant w II

of Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered swift ship from Vigo to ascertain I the County Court until his term *f office of said court shall Immediately fill In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judiciat CircuIt

t with an ugly sore for a year, but a whether any British fishermen are off II shall expire. hereto aa tnJormatka. bleed sson tacitofflctment of Florida Marion County in Chancery. NOTICE.

L\ box of Uucklen's Arnica Salve cured the Spanish coast and to warn Ro- ARTICLE XXIV. William A. Green Complainant versus Harry S

the best salve on earth. 25c. upon which information C. Green,et at Defendants. *,
IU Jestvensky. amendment to the "
J me That the following I accused shall be tried. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Clresit -
at Tyding & Co. drug store. m I Constitution of the State of Florida be, and Section 29 of article 6 of the CcastltuBaof TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENdants -
of Florida, in and Marion
I I herein. Harry Green Theodore Green. county.
Is hereby aged to and shall U hereby ameoflaso
PRISON REFORMS. the same the State of Florida Mary Green-Davis, Fredetick Green. Melvin E. in Chancery. .
TRIAL OFSCHAUMANN.Armttd be submitted U the electors of the Stateat I as to read as follows: Hodgdon. Louis Hodgdon. Walter Hodgdon. S
J the general election In 1904 for ratiflca- "Section 28. There shall be no County John A Hodgdon Persis Clark. Ellen Seaver G. S.Scott as Receiver Complainant .

New Jersey State May InaugurateSome lion or rejection: tourtn: any county where a Court of Eeo- and her husband. Harry Seaver. Minnie Benjamin F. Perry ADd SilUe D. Perrv. Defendants
on Charge of Having Knowledge !- New Methods. That section l> of Ar Son's Crime. tution of the State of Florida Is hereby Section SO of article 5 of the Constitution Manila Richards and her husband. Eu '
result W. Richards.-Alzie Mullen and her husband TT ,
Oct. 27.-The trial of Trenton N Jp Oct. 27.-As a amended to as to read as follows: .of the State of Florida Is hereby amended gene, Chas. H. Mullen, and Frank H Green. i_ herein named. Ben). F Perry and fctilM 5

Abo, Finland. of the Ideas gained from the Technical Sec. 10. The credit of the State scan I 10 as to read as follows: be and they are hereby ordered to appear to the D. Petty tit' and they at: hereby rnjalttdtoapiNMr'tothc
fermcr Senator Schaumann father of in Ill. Geo. not be pledged or loaned to any Individual "Sectioa 30. The Clerk of the Court of bill of complaint in this'use on or before bill oi complaiitt in tM can**
held Quincy, ,
Waldomar Schaumann the asatiln congress company corporation or association; nor Record shall be elected by the electors of Ji.wtfav, thf 54 d-iy of Dteemlxr. D. /'. on or before S
} ugene keeper of the New Joint owner or Is established tht f "I J.. .". .1. D.
general. 0. Osborne head shall the State become a the county In which the court Ii i-trther ordered that a co;.,oC tl i" tr- jf.wlI II 0011 1'JIl1.
i of the later governor state prison. in this city, has tockholfler In any company. association or and shall noM office for four years dc' "ic .ubll"aed ouce wee tvr fou' ounsec It i* 'ur..cr ordered that I copy ot IBM order 5weeks
JJobrikoff, arrested on July 2 on the Jersey I corporation. The Legislature shall not authorize and his compensation shall be fixed- by li.e "<*k,iu he Ucala Banner. be pnblished once I week for eight eo cmuv*
of his announced his determination to Inaugurate any county city borough townshipor law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the Lloneihis 26th day 01 October. A D.JOO4. in the Ocala Banner
charge of having knowledge radical reforms. Incorporated district to become stockholder executive officer of said court: his duties a. T. MaTRCNK, DoethietheI7thd..yofOctAD.aqo4.

I sons crime. It arousing great popular One of the changes to be made In any company association or mon corporation y- and fees shall be fixed by law." H L Oert Anderson Circu.tCo".rt.-4rKn Compliinant'iSoltcitor Ciuutv Fla 2* ft Cert T.ftl-vTKDNK Circuit-. 55
Indictment charges him or to obtain or appropriate Section 31 of article 5 of the Constitutionof R.L. ASDER90 and Wx. HOCKU.
lateresL The the abolishment of dungeons as a punIshment for or to loan Its credit to any corporation j the State of Florida Is hereby amended compLainants Sahato.a. .il4w.

with conspiracy against the govern- the association, Institution or Individual except,' ,
for infraction of prison aayauthorize municipal -10 as to read as follows: NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
that the Legislature 1 rules of practice governIng -
toeot. and the substitution of a wei to relieve from municipal -|I "Section 31.
June rules, corporations the Circuit Court shall be applicable to SPECIAL MASTEH'S SALE.
I When his house was searched lighted and well ventilated cell for taxation for such period of years as|'the Courts of Record and all laws relativeto OTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
II, the dar after BobrlkofTs assassination The prisoners placedIn to the municipal authorities may seem' Criminal Courts of Record shall apply l' the 24th da\ of March. io.. I will applyt
offenders. thatmay
such manufacturing enterprise Florida AND BY Y1RTCE OF A FOUL
Molodkln found pro> any itecord. Changes of venue >the -ouutv ju.lge ot aiion county.
1 Police Inspector solitary confinement in this way locate within the said municipality.Ito Courts of lor anal settlement, ana discharge as the ad- UNDER rendered on the Mb day of Jane 4. -
Record to an-
general arming and traln- int no such exemption shall be for a may be bad from a Court" of ju'ai-tratns of the e"ute 4f Julia P. Johnson D. 1904 by Hon W. S. Bulhck judge of the
plans for a will be chained in such a manner that than fifteen years. lother Court of Record. or to the Circuit d.read. circuit court of the fitiA judicial circuit of Florida :

lag ft* whole population together, will be kept standing during the longer period ''Court of another county for the same Uuoe tais the t-Ji day of October 1904, in and for Manon county in chancery la* I
the people to they and under the laws providing for Mrs. F. A HOW&E. certain cause pending in said court .wrerom -
with arpeals exhorting hours when the other prisoners are at ARTICLE XXV. !!causes changing the venue from the Circuit Courtf 10 zt 6m Administratrix.NOTICt. Abe Brown and Brother were the cempIaixaaUand S
and be pre- W.Sanders was the defendant in which
0 preserve political alertness work. Thumb print methods of identification That the following amendment to the J'( one county to the Circuit Court ot an- final J.dectee. I. L.S. Beck was appointed special

nard for any eventuality. also will be adopted. Constitution of the State of Florida be|(ther county. The Governor may, In his master to circuit the same I will enL

Schaum ann in his answer does not I and,Is hereby agreed to and shall b.t suT>-j Uscretioiv order the Circuit Judge having ) >iidau tht .lk d-tt of .Yvccmfor. .t. A IP*.
I mUted to the electors of the State atj lurisdlction of the Circuit Court of any
S butt sales day. offer and
of the plans, that being a legal flpeN
dear the authorship 1gtCO tLT5Srafl cattiesmps. the feneral election In November, 1304. for I,wunty to hold a special term of a Court la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir for sale and wiU sell at public aaction ta the
contests the revolutionary Interpretation Oct. 27.-A steamer which ratification or rejection: 'it,of Record of such county. for the purposeof highest and best bidder for ca h ia front of thf
London in and for Marion
Section e of article 15 shall De arneadelso trying cases to which, the Judge of the cuit of, Florida. \ County court house door in Ocala Marion county, Fla 5
given to them. tas arrived here reports sighting on as to read as follows: !(Court of Record shall be disqualified. In Chancery. within the legal hours of sale the foSfewiag dwcnbed -

He pleaded not guilty. Monday morning. 60 miles northeastof Sec. 6. The Legislature snail provide for ,Parties to any cause at law In ..court of G. S. scott.a: Receiver. etc., Complainant. property ta wit:one bay ware.uls know
and boric
Rhodie. about ten old. one
Baron Langenstoell. counsel for the Ushant four Russian battleships. i the speedy publication and distribution of ::Record shall have the same right to trial C.V. McCoy and Mamie E. McCoy. Defendants.TT as mule, known as Raleigh years about eight yean old, '

the case be the i all laws It may enact. All decisions tlf; ;ty. Judges ad Utem or by referees as may IS OsDERKD THAT THE DEFENDANTS or ao much of the above decrib property u
defendant, asked that Three and a half hours later same the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial exist under this Constitution or the laws JL herein turned. C. V McCoy and MamieE. will satisfy said decree and costs.L. .

postponed until the witnesses for the steamer sighted three other battleships decisions shall be free for publication to references to cases In Circuit Courts. or McCoy. be nd they are hereby required to 8. BE CE. S
and that by any person. But no Judgment of the If the Judge of the Court of Recordbe appear tu the bill of CuJrplaiot in thi cause on W. K.ZEWAOSU. Special Master in Chancery
summoned and transport may,
accused could be cruisers a until the Complainant's Solicitor f|*
some Supreme ,Court shall take effect transfer the cause to the or before i
," in the meantime Schaumann be released and at .:: in the afternoon she saw opinion of the court In such case shall be Circuit Court of the county to which such JfIJ/Wr.t1 tiLe tnd day of J'Jltllar.d. D, 1905. S

on ball The latter requestwas three torpedo boats with a transport, filed with the Clerk of said court. >Court of Record may be." It is furthcr ordered that a copy ot this order ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
adjourned Section 32 of article 6 of the Constitution'of be published once a week for eight consecutive
refused but the case was all steerin \1thw"ct. of Florid U hereby amended weeks in the Ocala Banner.
ARTICLE XXVISectIon the State Done thwthe iTth day of Oct. A D., 1904.ISEAL .
until Nov. 8. 1 of article 5 of the Constitution so'as to read as follows: ] s,T. SISTkU: K. NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT 0: TH.
Whites Ordered to Leave. of Florida is hereby amended I]t, -Section 32. Courts of Record shall Clerk Qtcutt Court day -of January A. D 1903. as
the State
A the Legislature only upon a Anderson and Wm. Hocker the administrator with the wi massed of the
Ala. Oct. 27,- report by R. I.
Georgfans.Washington follows:
wad I
to as
Patents Issued Montgomery 10 as majority of the registered; 10 218w Complainants Solicitors. estate of Mrs. Ellis Keep deceased I wi11
of a
Oct. 27.-Patents issued comes from Greenville that in Section L The Judicial power of the petition where luca court issat&bllih.d. present my petition and final report and asked
Btate ahaJ1.be vested In a Supreme Court. voters of the county 10 be discharged as such administrator ta the
I Dickey, Allan- country near Owassa a numberof Record County ." for Maria
Georgians: James the Circuit courts Courts of Hon. Root Bullock county Judge

U. electric railway signal; John w. white people have received noticeto Courts County Judges and Justices of the I,, JLBTICLB-XXTH. ADMINISTRATORS TORS NOTICE ETC. TO CRhD- county Florida. Admr.with W will E. ALLEX.aaseaed

Glover Marietta, grate bar; Jafes D. leave the country. Notes were .BwKion S of -article B of the Constitutionef Hat tha toitowto ,ameadaeat to seet a.- Junen3rd,1904. *UWttk

Thomasvllle. belt support; William lift on gate posts giving the warning. &hI SUte of Florid U hereby amended tloii m. sitlal. I. u4 section 11 erUal.artIcle. of
Gunn J. eight of these 10 aa to **s4 u Allows lad tu ftPII,1 ef MIdaD et XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED1 -
llowsee. Carlo, hoe; In another neighborhood 'ia... t. The Beyxat Court than huipp.l1&te Ca.Oer..t"I'- tt* Kate tt Yl44 be \ itors,legatees. distributees and all persons

Pelham. stalk cutter; Frederick notea were left. It Is also reportedthat a JarttfflcOOB In all oasey at law'!lad art bIn agreed tab aad still be having claims or demands against the estate of Study at HOIftl55
MUe. Courts,' tottecter.. of& State at H. T.Wartmaao. deceased. to present the
received by negroes ta Ctrjolt submitted
been ud rn tiQulty t- s.4
watchcase pendantc' have p.aca
:,f. lU.4. Micon guns and of appeal* troa the Circuit Courts m i, the geisl tlwdoa to bald ta Nonm'ibir. same within two years to the undersigned 01 ft*.TaMetUSIIt4r L.soss,ssd sat
This of
the 4th day Octo-
packed In coffins, at as many as GUM UIUs.r betore Coaq ZDdtel, m mat.tell A. P. 2S4tQI d: her they, w b brre leave lwo>*of*ac&ay.1 Ie Ieus AIkSspU La---(..iisttay.pbykI.LaDLga. .

tkree railroad stations in the nelib- Lathg tit th 'jarlidlat1e "I $eeta e.rUda I. of 1II 19. E. t WARTMaNN.to As.G.osn'j.Gn.a.ar.. Tepsarn.aaass.IJ"w

I aM ta t mmacemct 01 Ch esta.tettr..N4.Ja tMlrata." J1ad II. Ab1 I 7 8t Admuustrator. OKalaab .u.-L stes.pWM.I. Sr

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I am In receipt of circular No. t, "Art .
Exhibit," from President Brown of the I : _. r- ... ... ... .,_.".. '" .<' :: ..
premium South Florida list under Fair,the together department with of a, .-.--. ; --. -.. I' -- .. '.. .11.-- -' ... -- .,.. _,-. n"_" .. _- _. ..iN-t.-i1.- '-.f, ') .:'1-f.-!!' rt -- *) -:to.-.". }i t:1: 1r Vt.7"_i .t 4I" 'n ._..._. .
art which you will find hereunto approved -
to be published In the Star and -..
JUnntr. with the request that the Iu: :: .
Dtllon Advocate publish the same.
II. W. Long. .
Soliciting Agt. and Asst. Com.
{ Circular No. 4, Art ExhibitTo
County Fair Commissioners: 4A. BROWN&RO.4E **
Please note that the attached art premium -
list has been added to our other
premium list. I sincerely hope that
county fair commissioners will secure -- .
from each of their counties good com- I .. .
petition In this class. AH entries shouldbe ( .-... -4.... .
addressed to Mrs. J. Mack Town. .. .. .

F, Tampa chairman Fla art. collection commute. .. ...._ .. ._. .. .. .-. ,_.. ,.. ._ ,.. .. _. -- ;
Yours very truly. rii. -. : i .-..- .- ---/-!!bJ- -}.-',.,#\"-.- Jr.-f... .':'J".-J_!_('; _-_ '"' ./li.t'f-.-_ --: .... 4
T. J. L. Brown, Pres.

Jlhlblt0.Art. 1.Department-The best collection I
of oil paintings. painted by residents
of South Florida. First prize, gold WHOLESALE GROCERS .i
medal; second prize diploma; third
prize, honorable mention. :
Exhibit No. %.-The best collection of
4 water colors painted by residents of i
flouth Florida. First prize gold medal: .. .-.-.-..-. i
e orable second mention prize diploma; third prize hon- E : ___ t!

Exhibit No. 3.-The best collection of .-...-.-
China painting painted by residents of -
South Florida. First prize, gold medal; _-__- i
,: second prize, diploma; third prize hon ;

orable pastel Exhibit painting mention.No. .-painted The best by collection residents of of ; It will cost you comparatively nothing to keep post3. :

IL second South Florida.prize diploma First ;prize third gold prize medal, ; :. ...... ,
orable mention. hon-I fifr is

it'' miniature Exhibit No.painting 5.-The painted best by residents -: .ed. If willwrite for when in the 1
/, us prices
of South Florida. First prize, t ... you 2 ; ,
gold medal; second prize diploma;;
third prize honorable mention. -4JIIt... .
Exhibit No. 6.The best collection of /

medal of tapestry South; second painting Florida.prize, painted First diploma by prize residents; third gold r: market for the purchase of Groceries, we will! gladly 2 I

prize honorable mention. .
Exhibit No. 7.-The best collection of 1
paintings by artists, non-residents of tI -

third Florida gold prize medal or ;noted honorable second artists.mention.prize First diploma prize;, furnish you with prices. Even if we don't sell you 3 j :

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Cures Winter Cough -- --

J. E. Cover, 101 N. Main street, will be of benefit
Ottawa, Kan., writes: "Every fall : i our prices to you, in a great ; .
it has been my wife's trouble to catch ,
a severe cold, and therefore to cough I --
all winter long. Last fall I got for
her a bottle of Horehound Syrup. instances it will
She sleep used soundly it and all night has been long. able Whenever to- i many save you money. Every cent 2 iF

, the cough trgubles her, two or -
three doses stops the cough, and she I J
liable to be up and well." 25c EOc.f saved is so much made.
1. Anti-Monopoly Drug Stnre. m }

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An Earl YI1r Morning Wedding. --
George Hough and Miss Lena F: It is not for us to enumerate what 3enough
goods in
Halsey, both of this city, were united necessary we carry stock, t
!la marriage at the early hour of one- -- 1

thyMoore" Sunday morning. Dr. L. W. said when we tell you we are able to sell 2"
pastor of the Methodist E j you your supplies at 'l]

church, performed the ceremony at .
the Several friends of :: the benefit of j
parsonage. market
iha young couple were witnesses of .... prices giving you Quick Delivery and such articles 2:
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the marriage, which was rather in S
the nature of an elopement.The E as you buy. S '. 2 i iE

friends of the young couple S -:. ..... I
were surprised at the
their marriage but'wish for them

much happiness. We especially call your attention to our large and varied stock of '
)Ir. and Mrs. Hough left on the two :_ yA j

.r o'clock morning train forthe groom's --- .
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former home in Alabama, where > :
they will visit for several weeks. S : TOILET )" = I
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writes June 14,1902: "I want to tell ... i
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saved life. I was under :

the they treatment told me my one of of two my doctors lungs was and And you can get a nice selection to retail at 5 and joe. a cake. We 'are j 1t ii

S entirely affected.gone I also, and had the a lump other in badly my E agents for one of the largest Manufacturers of Toilet Soap in the United
tide. I don't think that I could have 3 f

lived induced over by two a friend months to longer.try Ballard's I was L States, ANDREW JERGENS & CO., and don't hesitate to say'that I!

Snow Liniment. The first applica- 1
cation gave me great relief; two fifty their of Goods NOT
A Quality are SURPASSED
-: cent bottles cured me sonnd and : while prices will surely
well. It is a wonderful medicineand l
I recommend it to suffering hu Include assorted in I
S 5: manity." 25c.50c. 1. AntiMonopoly ..... please one gross your next order. ::: I

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F LOST-Tuesday, pointer about
g S spotted.eight weeks Suitable old,reward black pup for and returnto white El Weat all times have a-full stock of GRAIN HAY and FEED- And I!

N. A. Ocala, Fla. 10 7
t ii' when m the market for car mixed FEED: get our prices first. It will do :: !j

S 1 no harm and may save many dollars on the. car. Send us your orders. == ;1

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