The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 4, 1904
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Pearl Tooth Wash. and Miss Milam. After this
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:--:: Cleanses the Teeth, the Daughters of the Confederacy and a Dance at the Armory. happily and read in a pleasing I

-- -- ner an original poem entitled, I Like to lo busings
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=-= Purifies the Breath, :::: From Wednesday's Daily. From Thursday's Daily. !I Jen. Ballentine suavely next I where they are

I sented to'the
-- veterans Miss
With the exception of being a little .. The first business session of the wanted.
Hardens the Gums. of Fernanda, sponsor for the
-- -- windy early in the day the weather Confederate Veterans was held Wed-
6 I sau camp, and Mr. Han-Is, of
Tuesday was delightful and the at- nesday morning. The first businesswas Ocala Banner, introduced :Miss I Give us
j I I IE your
tendance at the reunion of the Con the reading of the repot of the and Miss Hatchell, sponsor and )

federate Veterans than committee credentials. j of-honor for the local camp. and see how
I. FOR SALE ONLY BY I was larger on you are
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was anticipated.The After some discussion and amend- I
-- -..... annual report, which was a treated.
11 -- picket guard began to arrive ments the report was adopted.The .
hensive, eel
r 1 considered and
Monday and that night General Bal- report showed that the follow- ble
paper. He said that his forte

I lantine, en-Senator Pasco and quite ing camps were represented, viz: not lie in making speeches in MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
F a number of others, who take a prom- Hampton Camp, No. 10, Pensa- and asked that his shoat
I Bankers.
Prescriptions receive careful attention.111111111111111111111IIIIIIIJIIIIIII =-== t inentpartinthe reunion, arrived, and, cola; Gen. G. W. Reese. might be overlooked. His adc I
covered the I I OCALA, FLORIDA
question of the
at the hour of assembling in Yonge'shall W. H. Loring, No. 13, Brooksville. I II .
? 1 ,jI1JIIIIIIli111JlIIIIJIIIIIIIIJ111lIh, i I ganization of the sons of i
Tuesday afternoon, every seat Hillsborough, No. 36, Plant City; iI i Confederate --
I veterans into
was adopted I'-niting the ten '* uf
-- ....., was. occupied. Maj. B. N. Mathis, O. W. Williams. camps of the veterans, so that e
of the division commander to a single
The hall was beautifully decorated Orange County, No. 51, Orlando. might perpetuate the memory term.

'- David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE with Confederate flags, red and white Marion county, No. 56, Ocala; F. E. the glorious traditions of their General Ballentine was placed in

bunting, ,pot plants and flowers, Harris W. C. Jeffoids, R. H. Norris, He said that the Daughters of nomination by Judge Cooper of St.

LANDS. which was the skillful work of the D. A. Miller, G. M. Hubbard, D. A. Confederacy required no Augustine in:aa admirable address

Smith, J. M. Martin L. L. Aikins dation at his hands. That their
Daughters of the Confederacy: of this and he was re-elected by the adjutant

T. W. Hood, L. M. Graham, W. D. work speaks for them and he casting the vote of thetconrentlon.

city.At the hour of 3:30 the reunion Eminisor, W.V. Jackson R. A. them a most gracious and Jacksonville was selected as the
If have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or tribute and said

you hoped
with him. was called to order by Adjutant Gen- next place of meeting and a generotuinvitation
lease on royalty communicate Pasco county, No. 57, Dade the effort to erect a suitable
eral Fred L. Robertson of Tallahassee. ; was extended by reDJ&(oJ..

Among those occupying seatson J. G. Wallace, C. B. Thrasher.R. ial to them would meet a prompt After singing "Prahe God from

the platform were General Law, E. Lee, No. 59, Jacksonville; magnificient fruition. lIe then whom all blessings flow" and a beau.

Office nest to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Qcata.Fla General Wittich, General Jewell, Lt. Col. R. J. McGill, Francis P. of the pension to disabled tiful benediction offered by Rev Mr

,., ,, __ __, General George P. Harrison of Ala- Fleming, H. H. Love, S. C. Boyleston ate soldiers and he hoped that Noi/is the convention adjoin jed sine
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bama, General Francis P. Flemingand sr., W. L. Ditto. disability age limit would be die.

I the division and brigade sponsors Patten Anderson No. 59: Monticello from sixty-five to sixty years. Today the parade will be formed In
Local Editor Miss Gillis and Miss Erwin, of De the
HASSIS. legislature would be ,
USA ELIZA3STS and maids of honor. ; Samuel Pasco. i front of Yonge's hall and the line of
:::- Funiak Springs and Westvillewere the I Prayer was offered by Dr. Waddell, Nassau, No. 104, G. A. Lathum, Dr. I i to modify the law so as to march will be up Fort King and down

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. ,, guests of Miss Johnnie Liddon during of Archer, after which "All Hail the T. D. Hawkins, J. W. Roper.D. 1 every desei ,;ng comrade, Ocklawaha avenue.

EI the Confederate re-union. Power of Jesus' Name," was sung led L. Keenan, No. 140, Quincy; earn a IhTng, to secure a -
I Express< Hit'
Rev. L. B. Warren returned home I! Mrs. W. K. McDonald and little by the Daughters. James E. Broome, Henry Cmtis. and recommended the
MIAMI, FLA., Oct SXh, t9ol.DEaa .
I Wednesday from a short visit to St. I, daughter, Elizabeth, of Quincy, are General Ballantine's annual ad- Geo. T. Ward, No. 148, Inverness; the state commissioner of COMRADE: "-

i Augustine. i! in Ocala and will be the .guests of Tress was postponed until Wednesdaymorning. R. B. Walle, W. H. _H. :Melten J. lIe paid glorious praise to Kindly accept this my eieme. for

f !I i Mrs. Thomas Sexton for a short W. Allen, E. K. Curtis. sponsor and her maids being with you at the Ocala

Mrs. F. R. Pashley and little girl, I I After the adjournment there was a Stewa.1.:: No. 155, Jasper; Maj. O. the diusion at Nashville.Gen. meeting.'as it has
rt> visitors to Ocala :I while. _ so hastened that
of Cornell, were Ballentine's
Mr. R. L. Ivey, of DeLand, who general comingling and introduction.At W. Bailey. II address bought some property here in
Wednesday. I Thompson B. Lamar No. 161 Talla- most excellent paper and will
formerly lived in Ocala, and who 8:30 the veterans again assembled Miami, about a month ago, and

Mrs. Berry Frink, of Tampa, for came up to attend the Chambliss cat- ,and like the afternoon session hassee; Tom Costa, John A.J Anders.E. honor to the archives of the terms of sale, we were to

merly Miss Julia Wells, of Ocala, is tie sale, returned home Wednesday every chair was occupied. The division Kirby Smith No. 171, St. Augus- zation. possession on the ant day of

II I here on a visit. afternoon.Mr. and brigade sponsors and maidsof tine; Maj. M. R. Cooper, W R. Lee, Mr. Reese made his repo:; November, same day of our meeting

I honor occupied seats on the ros- E. Lopez, A. L. Ximmines, J. A.. treasurer and arraigned very :3"I has prevented my being with
Mr. Murry Mathis has returned to George Rosin, of Chicago, will Enslow. Gen. Underwood's conduct in
trum and after the orations, were introduced a pleasure and duty I am tony
i Ocala from a visit to the World'sfair arrive in the city today and take-a to the veterans and visiting Lake county No. 279, B. C. Yancy, to: the Battle Abbey fund. to be able to enjoy

.' at St. Louis. I position as salesman in the dry goods guests. J. P. Milan. Adjutant General Robertson Nevertheless, my heart .U with you

store of Krasnoff & Rosin on Magnolia Frances S. Bartow No. Bartow his annual report. He "
Mr. W. II. Lipscombe and family After the convention was called to 284. ; I love and cherish a renewal of

i left Tuesday for Gainesville to make street. order by General Ballentine, Miss Gen. E. M Law. the Marion camp for its large old associations.And .

Cobb No. 533, Milton F. M. Ham- bership. The report was full
Sara Whitfield sweetly, "The ; resolve with :
sang you
:- -- that city their home. Mrs. Maude Douglass and infant
I excellent and
who have been spending the Suwanee River," alt those present son.Geo. was promptly the wind I.! in our favor,
Mrs. Fred. G. B. Weihe returned I joining in the chorus. i T. Ward, No. 1091, Williston; Mr. Frank Boyleston, of And' we've withered every squall,
her past two weeks with Miss Meta Jew- help our comrade, who lock
home Tuesday from a visit to for Braidentown to Then in a spirited and splendid J. K. Harrison, J. P. Reddick, J. J. ville, paid a magnificent eulogy less labor
ett left Tuesday
j 3, son, Karl, in Jacksonville.---- spend the winter. manner, Hon. H. A. Ford, a memberof Johnson, C. A. McDonnell. the memory of Gen. Dickinson, Though willing,working hard contented

' Miss Annie-Feinberg-- returned home I I the city council, in the absence of Paul Hatch No. 1116; D. G. Geiger, counting his brilliant Struggling on life's ocean wide

Wednesday afternoon after a short Karl and Fred Weihe, of this city, ; Mayor Edwards, extended the veter- Geo. W. Adams. ments and called him the With ing,not a friend and not a fthDI

left Jacksonville Wednesday for St. Irving No. 1226 J. B. Wal- Florida" and introduced
Moore. ans a cordial welcome to Ocala. Tampa; a let us work for one another
visit to Miss Grace
: Louis where they will remain at the Ex-United States Senator Samuel ton, J. C. White, T. W. Givins, B. for the erection of a suitable Making life pleasant dream
Help a worn and weary brother
Mr. C. A. Liddon came up from : World's fair until it closes on Pasco responded to the address of N. Mathes, J. M. Cathcart. I ment to his memory. The Pulling hard against the strtara*'

Parrish Wednesday to spend a few November thirty-first. welcome in a well considered and Stonewall No. 1338, Gainesville; was eloquently and fervidly Your comrade and friend

days with his family. magnificent oration. J. W. Tench, J. M. Vanlandmg. by Col. Martin, of the Marion C. M B80WJI, IB
1rs. Latham and Miss Latham, of ..
Maj. L. T. Izlar, in a superbly elo- Alfred Iverson, No. 14S2; F. G. Hon. James E. Broome, of
Mr. James T. Rawls, of the Crys- Fernandina, were the guests of Mrs. Pilfs' atoen Cowpis C.III"43IiIJIJ
Bailey. also spoke eloquently this
quent address, welcomed the veterans on
was a Charlie Mathews during the reunion. Mabel Paige and her celt-brat-
tal River Lumber Company
on behalf of the local camp. Frank Phillips No. 1506; W. Miles. tion and it was adopted by a
business visitor to Ocala on Wednes- Miss Latham is!: sponsor for the Nas- 'I stock company, will open aa a **
Hon. Francis P. Fleming respondedto Joseph E. Finnegan No. 1514; FredL. vote.
sau division, U. C. V.'s I of three eights at tholarion
day. this address, and his oration was Robeuson. Gen. Mickel, of New Orleans,
I Opera House on Monday Bight
Miss Howard, of qrlando, and Miss We regret to ,announce the very as brilliant as a string of glitteringgems. The sponsors and maids-of-honor tant-general of the U. C. V's, *

Milam, of Leesburg were re-union serious illness ofIr.. Thomas Pal- I were then introduced to the conven- cessor to the late Gen. Moo .
Thin announcement will prove a
guests of Mrs. Hatchell at the Ock- freeman, who is suffering with a Then in a most spirited, feeling and tion in most pleasing and beautiful was introduced to the veterans
one to the patreo of the
lawaha Inn. severe case of dropsy and asthma magnetic manner General Law in- addresses. made a speech that created
al no theatrical visitor to oar
and can only rest by sitting uprightin troduced,the orator of the evening, Gracefully and gallantly General enthusiasm.At .
of Hamburg, is more favorably! known, or bet*
Mr. E. Gleischman,
a chair. Gen. George P. Harrison, Commanderof Ballantine assumed the delightful 2 o'clock an excursion
; liked than the winsome MaUe
visitor to
Germany, is a prominent I Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Jacksonville, the Alabama Division, U. C. V., duty of introducing the division spon- to Silver Springs complimentary the Virginia girl who hat 0c-
his phosphate interests
Ocala, looking after who has been spending several days as,the "hero of Olustee." sors and maids-of-honor and after a the visiting veterans. A large an enviable position on the

:i here. with her sister, Mrs. William Hocker, General Law in his introduction few well chosen and appropriate re- ber, including quite a number of since her earliest childhood,
I which she has
I to a said no braver soldier ever drew a marks, referring to them as sweet visiting Presbyterians, appeared betty
Capt. W. L. Ditto, of Jacksonville, went down to Leesburg spend \ of delighted audiences
sword and his his superb qualities as rosebuds in a beautiful garden of
a former Ocalian, is attending the few days. She will return to Ocala in the excursion and section of the Union. Ml4

reunion and meeting his many Ocala before going home. an orator almost equalled his reputa- I flowers, he presented Miss Violet the unfavorable weather c has this year surrounded her

tion as a soldier, and the enthusiasmhe [ Harris sponsor, and Miss Jessie Pal- the trip was very enjoyable. with the most talented company

;; friends again. The Ocala Pressing Club, recently aroused and the applause he received mer and Johnnie Liddon, maids. From 8 to 10 o'clock a her career, has secured the mod

My.JGeo. F. Williams, the Ocala purchased by Mr. Lawrence Ballard, fully sustained the eulogyGeneral Col. Reese, of Pensacola charm- was given in Yonge's hall to the produced scenery has for been each chorea and every and

: is making new friends every day by him. He and then introducedMiss
ingly graciously .
Law was
has secured the services gave
House barber, I erans and visitors by the for her delightful style of
its prompt and satisfactory work. Gillis and Miss Erwin of De- :
Gressel, a Boston pleasing and fascinating.All .
;:, of Mr. Harry of the Confederacy. A large _r. ___ --
tonsorialist for the winter. The business of the concern has increased the speeches, indeed, aboundedin Funiak Springs. were present and the event was Favored fey Bath Parties.

25 per cent in volume in the eloquence, reminiscence, wit, Gen. Law, of Bartow, in the
pleasant. Fruit punch was served Republicans and democrat alike
Miss Ollie Weeks, of Starke, who past month. anecdote and pathos, and would have flowery language, of which he is different ladies during the Foley's Honey and Tar for

has been the guest of Miss Johnnie Mr. and Mrs W. ,V. Condon have done credit to any assemblage on master and amidst generous applause, From 9:30 to 12 o'clock a colds and all throat and long

Liddon for the past three weeks, returned J returned home from their wedding earth, and we are sorry the latenessof introduced Miss Stockton, Miss Free- was given at the armory in ,with and It other Is safe remedy and can

to her home Tuesday. month'sisit the hour and the shortness of help I land and Miss Fleming, of Jackson ment to the and stile,
trip, which included a sponsors T. Slater, merchant, 171 Jfsla

t ,: Miss Stelll Margaret Peter, of to St. Louis, Washington and New prevented us from publishing them in ville. Gen. Law, in his introduction, honor. Mr. Leon Fishel Glouchester, Ma**., writes

of the second York. They are receiving the warmest full.After took occasion to pay high tribute to the music and the young people ''Foley's Honey and Tar cored me

Leejsburgj sponsor congratulations and best wishesof the orations' were ended their ancestors, whose names!figure so ly enjoyed the evening.The a very bad cough which I hid for
brigade,_ and Miss Duncan, of Ta- in the annals Con- months though other remedies
their' many Ocala friends at the I I i "Dixie" was sung, Miss Irma Blake prominently convention re-assembled
varesjmaid-of-honor, were the guestsof : federate to benefit me. I can highly
and the veterans joining in history.Gen.
:Mrs. B. W. Blount, on Fort King residence of Mrs. Campbell on leading r 7:30 and, after considerable it for coughs and OQIdL"
Earl street. the chorus. Jewell, on behalf of the-third sion and flow of oratory, a oy Pottoffiee Drug Eton 111q

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HERE AND THERE I I Mr. Christopher Robinson, a prominent MCIRTOSH ITEMS I with business this winter. Besides a fLEIIIITDII. I I This U to certify that ail arm >>'t'"

I young man of Jacksonville, is business center,. Mcintosh is a very Outs Banner I are authorized: to road j our i.--, : -
Everybody i3 booked for the South !i I visitor to Ocala for a few days: 5pe a]Cortr,onee Oaia P..uru. popular winter resort and soon sportsmen se Oar iJ farmers are busy preparing to if Foley' Howy and Tar faih It-::.::

The copious showers are just | will arrive to enjoy quail shoot core your cough or eokL 11 *,,-;.
Florida Fair. i .I their cane. and liNk Uw ',
Mi>s Evelyn Pelot and Miss Grace grind the cough lungs pa"?
ing our truckers-quite an ing and fishing in Orange Lake.
made a flying
1! Mr.J. C. Mathews vents pnecBKMtia aM will Hatchell,of Ocala were the local spon- 1 .
lettuce beets
ilr. cabbage are
Flagler predicts a populationof "
BEI.t.U I E:*. Micanopy Monday.We lent consumptlow. Conta.u.opiate ;:
!isors the Marion trip to
for Viami in the fa- : representing plowed-da3y shipments of beans "
30,000 near rain here Monday and J* Mft fur *.i _::
1:I IU. C. Y' daring the re-union. had a very nice '
:; cucumbers made. 11.aM
tnre. are being Ask for Tar 1Ik4
sped CorrespO'eact Oc&la Stater.Mi certainly was
I:! Mi.-o Julia Telfair Stockton and Some few have been which insist Upon bating it *-'. ;.i ... 1'.;
31rs. Mary Evans,of Augnstice, oranges I s Hattie Smith returned Friday -
I, cough and heal* th. lira- s : :
15 visiting Mrs. C. R. Tydings for a j: ML Kate Hewer Freeland of Jacksonville ed and shipping in earnest will I from a two weeks' vacation spent at Mr.WilberVaagbaafc visiting his postoffice Drug Store t:"" '

few days. I are the admired visitors of ,commence as the fruit is coloring Wffliston and Jacksonville where in parents for a few days. He has beenin

y Misses: Sara and Violet Harris for. the !is getting delicious.Mr. the latter city, she took in the car- the telegraph
Dr. J. D. Bennett,of Crystal..River, : I Georgia for a year in
week. and "'!'S. Crom-r Baldwin nival.
was a prominent visitor to Ocala dar -- service.
ing the reunion.In i Miss Elizabeth Legere Fleming of s I:tertained thir friends Monday Mr. AU Absnire and daughter, Mrs. Our people, who attended the Bab-

:Jacksonville, daughter of exGovernor -,i with a Hallowe'en pa. y. A Harrell, and her. three children,.left .t ti-t association at Ocala have return

1e.1t than week. from today the. Francis P. Fleming was the attractive I I crowd attended and all speak of Sunday for GrahamviBe.Mrs ed and report a good time. II

defeated candidates will be saving: I Annie Whittier and baby, of SSE
guest of Mi; Annie Davis I ing-a good BLUE BzZD.Chaberiaia's -.,
"I can't understand how it happentd during the re-union festivities.Mr. Prof. Macklewee, the Tampa, arrived Tuesday for a few I. Dsssr.e r u c':'
I I Remedy is Pleas dsua Tkfl.a t ae :r
I our school has been sick fur day visit:: with Mrs..J. J.Nelson, I Cough : 4.. IiSotJ
Col. G. X. San y, of Savannah, Hibbert Weathers, who has i : ,. ant to Take i iI ty a 14ealsea
his interest
Hall has sold
!weeks, but is now slowly rr c): Mr. T. C. ,
: 3(+04 Ilesd Aaaaat
who formerly resided in Ocala, was a I been at the Johns Hopkin's ho pita ; : I i finest quality of granulated loaf .
j The school has been r"- i : in the Hall and Thagard turpentine The post=al; rts.a.

prominent visitor to the Confederate I in Baltimore, under treatment for thepast .I Misses Reed and Farc! _. t* business to lli..r..hor Williams .!! sugar is used in the manufacture, and ofChamberlain's :I Ii .M Detroit,naltr,MICA.a ca.
months, arrived home past i Cough Remedy
re-anion. two our popular home tecche. who has assumed control. used in its preparation giveit I.
the roots
Mr. George W.Tham .of Jacksonville night. His many friends hope that Mrs. James Mcm-ll rio ha I ilr. Joe Williams who has been in I a flavor similar to maple syrup .

after a brief visit in Ocala, left. he is greatly improved. visiting her old home in \ charge for some time, will remainfor I! making it quite pleasant to take. I II ---- -
Poolesville, I
Tuesday afternoon for a business visit 31rs. John Haasbrough, of Tam- V a., returned hone Sunday a short while until things are in .I)lr. W. L. Roperick, of

to Tampa. pa, came up to attend the Hallo- several weeks in her old state. working trim and then he will leat'e. M : "I have
- -- we'en reception given Monday I Mrs. Clarence Baumon, who alit'e'I for Macon. I says Co'ugh Remedy with my children for

3Ir.. H. G. Eagleton, of the real I I afternoon by her sister-in-law, Mrs. been over to Jacksonville I 3Irs. Stephen Hopkins who has I several years and can truthfully say WE.

estate firm of Eagleton&Price,leaves I;I William Hocker at her handsome months, came home yesterday I been on the sick list is again able to I it is the'best preparation of the kindI CAN
where he will ; of. The children like to take
this morning Ocala home on Ocklawaha avenue. Mrs. our popular agent wears a be about. know ,
spend Several days.-Tampa Tribune.Rev. Hansbrough will remain in Ocala smile. Regular monthly meeting of the I U and it has no injurious: after effect. SAVF
For sale by all druggist. m :
for a few days. Mr. W. G. Nbrsworthy, town council was held Tuesday evening I 'YOU31O
John C. Ley, of Micanopy,
been away in Kentucky, took in in the town hall. t Weather Record far October 1903 04.
the nestor of the Florida Methodist The "milk in the cocoanut" in the : I-Y
big show at St. Louis and Judge L. L. Hopkins and family, t 1903 19W
Conference, and an old Con- Holloway affair inot whether the ,'Highest 9"!. 7th. f f6. 1sti
home Saturday.Dr. of Danbury, Conn., are expected: to
federate ,veteran is attending het committee did right or wrong. If any i I Lowest 37. 2542645.24 OS
Walkup and wife have arrive this month to make Belleview
re-union. man thinks that Mr. Holloway is the i', Mean highest 52.1.1
from a three weeks outing at; their permanent home,their furniture 57.9 62.4'' FLRKITUHXAND
to put at the head of i; Mean lowest I
Mrs. N. P. Quarterman, of Quincy, proper person water and Honu: :osassa. They having already arrived. The judge j Mean average 70 72.7
our school interests, it is his duty to I
wife of the Presbyterian minister of I back much improved. The expects to go into raising peachesand Rainfall 0.36 in3.5iin
him if he thinks that Mr. !
vote for 17
that city, is on a visit to her sister, ; I gained 11 pounds on his trip. oranges.D. I I. Clear days 23 10 HOUSE UK EtDlfi'o;
Holloway is an unfit person, it is his I Partly cloudy 7
Mrs. Henry W. Long,of Mattel, having Mr. and Mrs. Gaitskill went W. Boone and family have returned 1 4
duty to vote against him-and thatis Cloudy TRY US
arrived Friday. I Ocala Monday. from Winter Park where they i
all there is to it. iI
I The hard road from here to moved a short time ago. Our line ot clothing Cample AND WE'LL ".."eE.IT.
Gen. Albert fcilchrist, the We represent the
biggest The Best Liniment. : man is nearing completion, A. C. Williams is suffering with a i i* complete. .
hearted democrat in Florida, is a : great clothing how e of IVau
"Chamberlain's Pain Balm is considered supervision of Mr. Chas. a very painful finger the trouble Ilrowii. We take
s candidate for speaker of the next the best liniment on the ; As this road is from two sand be- FURNITURE[ [CO. -
soon as finished arising spur points all the ri k*. you don't bare Ol[!
Elorida house of representatives.We market," write Post & Bliss, of ...
will commence on the road coming imbedded in the joint. : to take our clothing ;;M
Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will
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hope ambition will be
grati- heal a cut or bruise so promptly. to Ocala. The citizens here JOSH. : they- fit. ""e'nlwa)"* glre you
fied. the fitThe Ocala ISnzaar.
No other affords such quick relief that money spent for good What used to be the humor of the :
Gad ou.
TI;banana prodact to the acre tortjr-foor from rheumatic pains. No other iso well invested, hence go down campaign is now succeeded by the j .
tunes more food than tie pout and 130 tires 1
more than whnt.-PuJta Corfa Herald. valuable for deep seated pains their pockets. County pathos of it in the pictures of those Gen. Nelson A. Miles says Parker
like lame back andjpainsin the chest.
The banana may produce this yieldin Give this liniment a trial and you Wartman was here last week who think they are running, while is going to be elected president of ryFFOLYM1ONEYTAR

some countries but not in Florida, I will net'erwish to be without it. ing the work. the idea of motion is really conveyedby the United States at the coming elec

at least not in this section of it. Sold by all druggists. m Otr little town bids fair to be the landscape slipping by them. tion. j .'.., s ,..... art vw.

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Mr. and Mrs. P. U. Milligan, of I I Capt. H. C. Keith has returned, :If- -GO TO- ::

Eureka, were pleasant visitors to ter having seen the sights at St.

I Ocala Friday. Louis. The genial captain is looking THE FAIR.
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I t much improved in health as a resultof
II I Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Jacksonville,
f ROYAL his trip.-Lakeland News. Capt. : FOR-
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. William -
Keith has many friends here. '

r Miss Grace Hatch returned home I
Miss Mattie Williams has returned I
Saturday from a visit to her grandmother -
home from a pleasant visit to I
Baking PowderMkes the World's fair very at St. Louis. Mrs. E. B. Hiers, at Worthington White House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.

Springs. On her home
. way
c: --- 21 Pounds Good Rice For $1.00.
Dr. R. D. Sistrunk, who has beenin she stopped over at the Jacksonville

L Ocala for several days past, left carnival for a couple of days.
We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens
Cleao\ real ,
Friday for his home at Dade City.
The Rifles minstrel had a rehearsallast Eggs an'j All ,Kinds of Country Produce.

Grover C. McClure has returned night and in two weeks will

I home from South Carolina, where he make a public appearance. Nothing B. L. HALL Prop.
With Royal Baking Powder there is ,
has been at school for some months.Mr. ever before seen in Ocala will approach -

no mixing with the hands no sweat of it in any way. West Side Public Square. Ocala, IoOtal
and Mrs. J. A. Jordan, of Tam- r

the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest pa, are the guests of Mrs. Jordan's Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Marttn

mother, virs. Layne, for a few days. have returned home from a severalweek's
facility sweet clean healthful food.
visit to ,\Irs.Iartin's: motherat
Mr. C. W. Turner,Anthony' was
I Valdosta, Ga., and they are again T. W. SMITHS GO.IMARDWARE. 1
in Ocala He is the democratic
Friday. -
Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" I at ))rs. Palmer's on Fort King.

book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake J nominee for county commissioner
from that district. Misses Violet Harris, Johnnie Lid
[& with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. I
don and Jessie Palmer have been appointed -
Yes. Unless Marion f county goes \
';., ROYAL BAKiNQ: POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. sponsor and maids of honor
back on her record she will capturethe
K- ... respectively for the entire state in-
first the South Florida
r.'J- stead of for the second brigade as

i' : fair. first intended. STOVES, WIRE MHTI.XU.FIELD .
I was
'The big iron posts" ing placed in RANGES, FENCE: ,
t position in the new Ocala House MayorV.. J. Edwards, of this city,
stores are the work of the Ocala and Mr. Lon K. Edwards, of Irvine,
foundry. left Sunday for Kansas City, Mo., to ,
t Items of'Interest to People of the City and Surroundings.
be present at the big stock show. AGATE WAKE HAKM.SS,
Mr. J. Mixson, who is the pleas-
They will also visit the World's fair CROCKERY, W.tuorS,
ant and accomodating Atlantic Coast
If Get busy! Mr. Wickes, of a large shoe housein at St. Louis before returning home. cu'rzERTPLOWS,
Line agent at Martel, spent Friday in .
Charleston, is in town this week
? Mrs. A. H. Marsh and little son ,
Who shall be Ocala's next mayor this city. .
at the Spellman and Arms house. S
have returned from the Jacksonville

\, .Mrs. W..F. Lowry, of Homosasssa. Mrs. Richard McConathy has returned :'oJarelule Colt, 18 months old,$75. carnival, where they were the guestsof A Full Line of Sash Door and Blinds, All Sizes
Two seated surrey and harness. A
.spent Friday shopping in Ocala. Dr. and Mrs Robinson, Mrs.
home from her visit to St. bargain. Write or see John B.Floyd,

Louis, Hot Springs and other western Irvine, Fla. d2t w3t. I I Marsh's parents. I LET.US QUOTE PRICES. WE'LL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
; Ocala will have an additional '

carrier after November 1st. cities. Rev. C. M. Gray of St.Petersburg, Mr. A. E. Handley, of Holder, was I

Mrs. Edwards is having the Ocala i i i who has been spending the week in in Ocala Saturday inspecting his fine T. W. SMITH & GO., Ocala Fla.PHONE .

B. II. Eaton left this morning for House repapered it will soon look I I Ocala, returned home Friday after- new home near the residence of Gen. .

Ocala.-Lake City Index. like I Robert Bullok. It is
I a new building. noon. nearly com- l ,, AAA

Mr. Charlie Moody visiting his After the summer's vacation spent pleted and is a most attractive look- !
Miss Jessie Palmer returned home --

mother, Mrs. E. P. Moody, for a few' Monday morning from a ten day's in Boston and New York,J. StanclleyMoffett ing. place.

s formerly of Ocala, is again 34. WATCH' FOR THE BLUE W AGON.I PHONE 34.
days. visit to friends in Jacksonville.Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Fleming, of Jack- :

a We regret to learn that Mr. BenRaysor back at Stetson University.Mrs. sonville, who is one of the attractivemaidsofhonor .
C. I. Grace and children returned \V are rejmred 'o fur.
' : is still ill at the Spellman and Reese Hunnicutt and baby at thev confederate nihOn
home Saturday from Jackson- OCALA OCALA
.. ,t t Arms house.Dr. returned home Friday from Atlanta, reunion this week, 'is the guest of
ville, where they the carnival
where they have been with Mrs.Hun- Miss Annie Davis at the home of Mrs. ICE & ICES
A. L. Izlar, of this city, is a week. IOE
nicutt's parents for some month's. C. R. Tydings.Mrs. PACKING
presidential elector on the prohibi- Hon. Robert L. Anderson and his i PACKING

tion ticket. three young sons spent Saturday Mrs. C. A. Marsh, of North Caro- .J. B. Cutler, who has been at COMPANY, s'u>rf uoiice Ml xny COMPANY.

taking in the sights of the Jacksonville lina, is in Ocala and will be the guest Hendersonville, N. C., for the past point city or slate .
All political parties now are getting .
carnival.Mr. of her son and daughter-in-law. several months, returned home Saturday -

busy. The democratic leaders are "and Mrs. A. II. Marsh for some time. afternonon. Mr. Cutler went PHONE .34 WATCH' FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 31
especially hopefuL P. R. Lester has returned froma
up to.Jacksonville and accompanied
""* """ business visit to Tampa. While Mr. George 1 K Robinson and fam- ,
Mr. John T. Lewis, of Moss Bluff, his wife home. They are stoppingat t
there he was a guest at the Tampa ily and Miss Emily Stotesbury returned -
was in the city Saturday returningfrom Mrs. Palmer's.Mr. S. A. STAHDLEY, LEE MILLER '
Bay hotel. I home Saturday from their
Jacksonville. .
Jacksonville.Mrs. Edwards of the Irvine
visit to Lon. ,
Mr. J. R. Godson and Miss Mabel

Messrs. John and Robert Mathewsreturned i Godson have returned from Jacksonville home Crate & Basket Company, returned S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
Clara Burnside
from the where he ,
home Saturday Friday from Jacksonville,
where they went to see the car-
afternoon from her trip to
Jacksonville carnival. Saturday went to attend a meeting of the I

nival. St. Louis. She stopped over with Southern Crate Manufacturers Asso- ,Livery Feed and Sale Stables

Miss.Caro Liddon came down Mon- Mr. F. J. Carlton, after a pleasant relatives in Columbia, S'. C., on her ciation.Mr. ?

day from Gainesville to spend a few visit to his parents in this city, returned way home. We carry the most completeline f
Abe Brown is spending one or
days with her parents. to Montgomery Sunday afternoon The Reverend William Crane
two days at Homosassa toying with of Harness, Saddles, etc .
of Florida. will preach I
Robert Fosnot, son oflr.. W. E. C. has to Gray, Bishop Grace the breezes, basking in the sunshine, in central Florida, and will give ,
Mr. Carlos Ayer gone. and hold a confirmation at
of East Lake Weir, spent accumulating flesh, growing rugged
Fosnot, West Palm Beach, where he has accepted church Sunday morning, Nov. 6, at our patrons the very lowest ;
Saturday in Ocala. and strong, catching fish doing
with the East Coast
a position
11 o'clock.
prices.Ve are thoroughly y.
i ..- other enjoyable stunts.A .

Mrs. Jack Camp has been on the Railway.Mr. Prof. A. J. Foskett, who has been. equipped for fitting out turpen-
friends Thomas H. Harris, after a petition is in circulation requesting
sick list for several days. Her summering abroad, has returned to
visit with friends in Mr. Edwin Pittman to permit the tine and lumber teams-, gear,
0; hope she: will soon be out again. pleasant his home in Gainesville and will arrive -

of his name for alderman in the g lta'"a ,fib
': Jacksonville, returned home Satur- use etc.
his ,
visit wagons
in a few days to many ''
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huber are third ward. If Ed hustles for votes ,

pleasantly located at their old place, day.Mr. Mathews,who has been Ocala friends. /' like he does for business he will be We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
the Spellman & Arms House. )lr.'and Mrs. W. P. Haisley are an winner. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
away for over a year, is in the cityon visiting tEe big fair at St. Louis and Xorlh Side Court House. .. Ocala, Fla

)Ir. Samuel Bressy has arrived in visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. will return home next week. They The Ocala Pressing Club, under the -

Ocala on his anuual visit and will Charles Mathews.Mrs. management of N. R. Reed, desires r
have been away nearly all summer. J. )J. MEFFERT. J. H, TAYLOR.
winter with us. citizens of Ocala and surrounding
I spendthe George R. McKean has been Mr. Haisley's health is somewhat

Mrs. A.T. Swartz, of Ocalaisis- quite sick during the past week, but better. the country white to trade know only that, and they that cater they to .OCALA[ l ICE([[ & PACKING![ COMPANY/1[ !H

iting Mrs. 0. O. Bowen on Clinton is now able to be up much to the This office enjoyed a pleasant call .
appreciate the custom given them by
, street.-Tallahassee Capital. pleasure of her friends. Monday from Mr. Arthur White, re-
rendering first-class service. We will be ready forCOLD
3 presenting the Antietam Paper Com-

N .......... pany, of Hagerstown, )Id., and Mr. A. L. Eichelberger, of Ocala, one

.1 Goodwyn, Richmond (Va.) Paper Co. of the foremost pioneers and citizensof STORAGE

i TO COMMAND the brick city, is spending a weekin -
THEIRS Mr. M.; J. Roess, of Cornell, who about November 1st, and we solicet a share of your
Tampa on combined business and
has been spending the past six weeks patronage.
pleasure. Mr. Eichelberger was one OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
with relatives and friends Virginia,
We solicit the business of responsible con- t of the first promoters of the orange -
New York, New Jersey and Pennsyl-
industry, which has grown to such
and individuals, assuring them vania, returned home Menday morn-
concerns immense proportions.-Tampa Times.
that every reasonable accommodation is ing. 125 Bushels Onion Sets.

Hon. James E. Broome, of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour are

... theirs to command. arrived in Ocala Monday morning, sincerely grateful for the efforts

Come in and talk it over with us. having come to represent his camp at made to save their property from the We will on September 1st have for sale 125 Bushelsof

the fourteenth annual reunion. He flames and for the kindness shown to Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .

COMMERCIAL[ BANK, :. was the first delegate to arrive and them in many ways by their neighbors -

\' OCALA FLORIDA. pleasantly engagedall and and friends, are especially
was :
o Monday Ocala Seed Store.

H. MARSH ASST. MAJIAGEB. i day seeing his old,friends and renewing thankful to those who opened their
: S.,H. BLITCH MANAGER. bis many acquaintances here. homes to them. r
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The Petting Wedding. I The Astor-Clay Wedding
r Pauline Astor, the only daughter -
SAMUEL DAVID GRAY. A wedding ceremony performed in of William Waldorf Astor, and & Q !

the presence of thousands of people Captain Spencer Clay: were marriedat BARGAINS BARGAINS :

I was one of the features witnessed by St. Margaret's Westminster, at 1

the carnival visitors and residents of o'clock Saturday afternoon in Lon- BARGAINS !

Jacksonville last night, when Miss l
r y t zy choral _
'i'. ,7 Mary R. Konow and \'r. Walter Taylor ceremony was purely

spacious and conducted by two bishops. Our store hiS too crowded and to make iwoi w of .....t
,. Edwards were married in the -
a The bride wore a gown of ivory bargains in
show window of the Fetting I
satin draped with priceless lace, but

.. Furniture Company, on West Bay devoid of fantistic embroideries or of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats

street. The announcement that had any of the accessories which have

been made for the wedding attracteda seen introduced of late by up to date S and Gents Furnishing Goods.
crowd that could only be termed a brides. Two pages dressed like Gain-

solid mass of humanity, reachingfrom famous "blue boy" and J ,
borough's turn
and they must be sold. Now is the time to > our mm.
y west of.Laura street to east: of two little girls followed the bride. into winter supplies. Come while they last. They will t... ..d l
Main street. All traffic was suspended After the ceremony Mr. Astor received The prices will move them.

'-,.":w. for nearly an hour while the the guests at his town house, '

crowd waited good naturedly for the in Carltcn House terrace and later
drawing of the curtains, which would the bridal couple left on their honey KROSNOFF ,

disclose to view the handsomely and moon. l .

artistically decorated room in the cen- Some of the intimate friends of the XU 'n A-Murkily, Oftiln, Fin
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ter window the second floor of the bride have been privileged to see the

?xw, building. The carnival baud played handsome wedding presents she has

VY several selections before the hour received. Foremost among the - --- ...

for the ceremony arrived, and the magnificent presents were the jewels

music was appreciated. A few min- presented to her by her father and

utes after 7 o'clock the curtains were which were the property of nor
r '. pulled aside and there was an out- I mother. The most notable piece a

burst of applause from the vast throngas the collection is a splendid parure of

the beautifully decorated room of emeralds, reckoned to be the fin :grin Oonitipation

was disclosed to view. There was Europe, and which Mr, Astor recently MAkES ,
L'rwsness' ,
N just sufficient light to give the most had reset in Paris. Ficm
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kif 04 charming effect- to the .scene. Rev.T. Captain Clay the bride receiv a
r r. e h.a i >'oi f t'V. ,
H. Blenus of the Church at
superb tiara, a collar, a neck ce, t
3 3 + { p thr .>> aru is ,p. 4 MriM ty tan+ nYt
;? street Christian church, took his. position riviere, pendants and earings of diamonds ,-
(_ in front of the altar, over and huge pearls. t JjjN'S LIVER PILLS 11

which was appropriately suspendeda The bride is not particularly well
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magnificent floral wedding bell. known in this country owing to the '
t _.. aid good blood, good digertion and geed AattA .u I t
.w Little Miss Anita Green, most becomingly fact that she has lived nearly a i her the reset in your chtefct Ramat'a Una t'Rta tad
attired, acted as flower girl, life abroad. She was last in Netf Tonic Pellets gently dada nature. Fret U9i 4 a' d

Traced To Porto Rico by Postoffice Inspector and was the next to appear and takea York little more than a year ago, booklet at deafer, or were Id /

to the right of the altar. BROWN MFO. CO. I
position stopping for a time with frien Is there,

Peer He flees to France. Miss Laura D. Conomore, the maidof I I but a considerable portion of ter stay New QrteftevUU York taj,

honor, and Mr. W. N. Konow, the in this in Philadel-
country was spent
The readers of this paper will remember so was personally unknown to his lean.
i I best man, next appeared"from opposite phia, where she visited the relatives
Mr. Samuel;David Gray. He creditors, Mr. Gray conceived the
sides of the followed
room, re-
ot her mother, the late Mrs. Astor,
Ocala New York and idea of Mr. and
came to from impersonating Mayo
specthelby the fair bride and
who was Miss Paul. Miss Astor was
while here was employed as a barber. did so successfully. Bought a large handsome
groom, who took their introduced in London. Her debut
of stock of in Savannah, had
He contributed a articles goods
in front of the altar and directly
places I
was several years ago, she made ,
"andj.'poet- them to point on the St. For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store -
to this paper both inprose : shipped a : beneath the wedding bell as
many friends on account her sweet 11
ry and was a 'oung'manofZmost.: excellent Johns river but was shrewd enough I the
orchestra played Lohengrill'sbeautiful disposition. She is a rather dark,
address. He purchased a bar- to have them shipped for transfer- wedding march. As soon -- 1
ber establishment from the date Mr. ment at Jacksonville and sold them as the minister invoked a blessingupon slight young woman, with eyes and : ,- ',:IN .w """ .; '';"'- .. \ ::. ,_.<-.""" ____,.:C-'," _,'_c", '
-t hair pf dark brown, and an olive
Edwards at Gainesvillegand moved there to other merchants before he
J the union the relatives and inti-
to that city. While:there he mar- was detected, End then skipped to complexion. in
mate friends of the newly married Cli the )
' ried a nice and accomplished Cuba. ,His whereabouts were discovered Captain Spencer groomis
pair entered from the sides of the iirii
a prominent society man and an
n young girl and quit tthe* barbering by the officials and he went to
and in view of the multi-
room plain
in the i
officer English 1'1'OF
business and became a traveling Porto Rico under an assumed name. -rmy.
tude of spectators began congratulating JJP I
salesman for the Eager Skinner Company Discovered there through the industry them. The scene was a happyone. Mrs. Wesley Albert Redding Enter. i I f

of Jacksonville. He afterwards of Postoffice: Inspector Peer by a tains for Miss Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and at-
became a merchant Arredonda. registered; letter his wife had sent tendands entered carriages and pre- Mrs. Wesley Albert Redd-nj gavea ., .

Became too ambitious to make money him from Gainesville, he was arrested pike party Thursday evening
ceded by the orchestra, drove to the J LIT 1 IV
and could not wait the slow pro and placed under a $200 bond. He October the twenty-seventh in
carnival the
grounds. Upon entering
cess of legitimate: business. Findingout forfeited his bond and sailed for I, stadium the party were escorted toa compliment .to her attractive guest,

while on the road.:that Mr. Nathan ] Havre, France, and it is not believed Miss Christine Cook, of Brooksville.The YOUR
t private box that had been reservedfor STOMACH
:Mayo, of Summerfield, boughthis that he will be extradited and will them. They witnessed the at- pike and its various attractions

goods in Savannah and enjoyed a escape punishment for his crimes and tractions during the evening, and entertained the party for a couple of IF YOU USE STIMULANT

good credit with the merchants in can return to this country unarrested hours, and afterwards at Mrs. Red-
were themselves the objects of no
that city and had never been there I after the expiration of two years. little interest. The happy couple ding's home a tempting supper was

served. Mrs. Redding's guests were
were presented with an entire house-
What an Advertisement Did. The Social Season Begins. Miss Cook, Miss Julia Coniff, Miss -
hold outfit
consisting of everythingthat Demands
Kate Freeland, Miss Rosa Coniff, a high standard
The "value of advertising'1 was Society has awakened.The is needed to go at once tqf house ,
illustrated in this city yesterday in avery social leaders Miss Florence Ellis, Mr. Charles Wel-
are beginning to keeping. This was the wedding pres-

practical manner. Mr. Thomas whisper about affairs that will make ent of the Fetting Furniture Company shans, Mr. Thomas W. Palmer, Mr. of Whisky. X X

Ii:. Douglass, of Lodge Landing, Vir- the season a brilliant one. and besides this they were pre- I King and Mr. Hadlow.-Jacksonville

ginia, who travels for Kluber, Horn One cannot count the number of sented with numerous other useful : Sun. -- --- The Strauss
of New York has been The Epworth League of the Meth- brands of
& Co., city, affairs but there are rumors of events and ornamental articles. The bride's

spending several days in Dcala interviewing that will have for their backgroundthe wedding gown was a becoming creation odist church gave a most enjoyable

our merchants. He was at- lovely homes of Ocala. of white organdie, built over Hallowe'en party Friday night at the Whiskies will help

tracted by an edvertisement notingthe Affairs such as these are the ones white taffeta, with the customary residence of Mr. and Mrs MarionM. you ; : I,

sale of fine cows, which, takes which indicate not only at home, but bridal veil. She carried a bouguet of Little. All sorts of stunts appro- to do it and : I

place on next Tuesday at the Pal- abroad, that we possess a group of bride's roses. Miss Laura Colomore, priate to the Hallowe'n season were save you

metto farms near this city. persons who can and will entertain as maid of honor, looked charmingin performed and the young folks and

Without saying anything to any- with the hospitality which.. rightfully white organdie, with ribbon trim old folks as well spent a very happy money, None better

body :Mr. Douglass procured a team belongs to Florida. mings. The young couple will con- !" evening.Mrs. ____. ___ __

and drove out to the farms lIe was Mrs. William Hooker's elegant tinue to reside in this city.-Jadkson4lle J. R. White, of Ocala, after a e
so delighted with the cows that he I Hallowe'en reception Monday after- \ Metropolis.A pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arch "NEVER POUR

purchased two very tine ones and is noon complimentary to Mrs. Edward Jackson in this city, departed yester-

going to !ship: them to his home in I Cristy Welsh marked the closing eventof Mystery Explained. day for Wade, where she will spenda BUT THEY REIGN.'

Virginia. They will have to be October and is practically the opening The late Professor Richard Anthony few Sun.days with relatives.Gainesville -

shipped via Baltimore and down the 'of the social season. Proctor held that the different

Rappahannock river and of course Quite a number of events will take lobes of the brain were as independent Uroteaatonal. Strauss' 76 Fern Hill
the freight bill will cut quite a figure' place during November and throughout in action as a man's two arms; M- --- Royal Rnent,,

but Mr. Douglas says he is deter the rest of the winter months. that a man can reason on one side ofa .E.BIGGS.
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mined to have the cows at any priceas \ The prerent week hasb een quite subject with one part of his brain ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.

they are the finest he has ever filled with entertaining the confed- while the other part would not respond (Office in Gary. gnew Block.) I Cedar Brook, W. H. McBrayer
seen. This is quite an advertisementfor erate veterans, the sponsors and to such reasoning or might OCALA. FLORIDA.UD .

Florida and when we can ship their maidsofhonor.If condemn it altogether.We FULLER. L.'F.BLALOCS; Strauss'

cows to Virginia and other 'states at. are inclined to think that Prof. DENTIST.Over Assistant. I IX L Baltimore Rye Queen An Scotch,

this early period in what is practically Ocala expects to develop into a Proctor was correct in his hyptohesisfor ; Munroe&Chambliss Bank Ocala. Fla.

a new industry, it is an index city her citizens must get busy. She we have recently met men that

finger pointing what can and will t, will not just grow like Topsy. With go so far as to candidly admit that J M. THOMPSON.: Pilgrimage Sour Mash, planter Rye

be done in the no distant future. the number of laborers employed in W. M. Holloway is not the proper PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,
the phosphate mines and Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Mootexume.OCALA. .
turpentine person to place at the head of our "
Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk FLA. Maryland
returned I camps Ocala ought to sustain profi- I state educational system and yet con- Rye, Sharpe Old Harvest t CornCo.
home Saturday from Montbrook ,
I tably a tannery and factory for I SPENCER.A'TTORN'EYAT.
cheap fess that they intend to vote for EDWIN ,
where he
had been
spending shoes; a,cheap furniture
factory; a him! -LA W,
a few days with his father Mr.
J. S.
factory for overalls, suspenders and Of course Prof. Proctor was right.A OCALA. r 7-8-,' FLORIDA 1
Sistrunk, who was injured quite bad-
cheap clothing; and & fertilizer fac- man cannot argue one way aud

ly one day, the early part of the week. tory.ought by all means to be made vote another-he can't vote againsthis J K. CHASE, STRAUSS

lIe was riding horseback through the profitable. Factories do not stop own judgment and conviction unless DENTIST & .
woods when his horse stumbled OCALA. FL
with a paying a dividend to the stock- the lobes of his brain are diseased -
throwing him to the ground. He was holders; but like WHOLESALE :
rain and '
sunshine &
and unequal. r.. SISTRUNK, RETAIL Upon
badly hurt but is : CARLOS DEALERS.
now much
improved. their
scatter: blessings among all the The who .
man will do this is lob- ATTORREI.AT-LAW. OCALA
people. ... FLORIDAI
.. sided. < Room 4. Masonic Buildin&.Ocala. Fla. 5 i _-S
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F VOL.XXl NO IIi( 4 .

USA SLlZi22T3: HARSIS. 'I -. 1
t Local Editor 03ALA MADE A BIG CAPTURE.


J. ,
Mr. Ben Thrower, of Gainesville. OCALA, FLA: Nov. 3, 1904 SILK COATS, 'TI OPERA WAIST

spent yesterday in Ocala. General'Order \
,I No. 52. /
three-quarter and
r Mr. J. Harvey Phillips, of Tampa, I. The major genera commandingthe full lengths, black In FOR all now LADIES.shades
r I III spending a few days in Ocala. Florida Division United Confed- and white, from sizes :32 to 42; from

Large globe shapes Pitchers and erate Veterans desires to express his '$W TO $35. -
appreciation of the unbounded $3.50 TO $8
f llHMin" *. Only US(!. At the Ba- I hospitality

zaar Store. '' the ardent reception and the
e Mr. Simons, Micanopy, after delightful entertainments providedby

l- upending several days at the Spell- the city of Ocala for the Florida You Get Better Clothing and Less
; Pay
|, man & Arms house, returned home at its fourteenth annual en-

yesterday.A campment just closed. To the citi-

t zens, one and all, he tenders his sin-
For it at Rheillaller's.There's
large number are in attendance
.. cere thanks. The veterans who have .
on the Presbyterian synod and the
enjoyed the courtesies of the past
r meeting Is proving both
interesting few days will always cherish the occasion -
and instructive.The I
t as one among the most Pleas- *

r The next visit of Dr. E. T. Allen, ant memories of their eventful lives. the whole ieason of our leadership in a nutshell-we not only sell lower prices than others,

the eye and ear specialist will be The many attentions shown them by ''I we sell Better Clothing at Lower Prices. Since we began selling clothing our watchword has been ''Improvement"

Thursday, Nov. 17, at the :Montezuma everyone, the warm friends they

.. ; Hotel. Glasses correctly fitted *.* have made, the comrades they have and a determina ion to ; ive you better than you were getting. As a consequence our leadership has been unques

f -*.. See our cloak and jacket met and the lovely ladies, have all tioned, and our -siness has continually increased until it has grown to be the largest in the city. A proper con

conspired to make this the most delightful .

J before ou The buy Ocala, we might llazaar.Mr. do. encampment in the historyof sideration of Lese facts must convince anyone that there is a decided advantage to be gained in buying clothes from -

(.ull"un. the division.II. us, and it is n It mere price advantage either.Men's -

Of Marion county camp No.
Walter K. Haile, of Jacksonville -
56 and its whole-souled commander, J
of the Southern Express Company Stylish Suits. Men's Fall Overcoats
f Major G. M. Hubbard, he desires to __
and the popular king of the
make special mention. Nothing can
r recent Jacksonbille carnival, was & Double-breasted Soc .
among Ocala's visitors ;yesterday. ever exceed the hospitality of these $)a.00 511gle s. $ ,00 TO $20. Black and Brown.

= .
comrades.III. -
New long cut coat, soft finish Strictly all wool, full length,
[ WANTED-A good turpentine woodsman Before the Daughters of the Others "Chare hibet, broad concave shoulders, Others Charge broad built shoulders, welted

r at once; one that.can bring some $15 and SIS,1 r-breaKable front long $15 .
Confederacy of Dickison Chapter he > sweep- to S25seams. .
> hands and control labor; no whisky I I
stands, with uncovered head,proud to US' lapels. 'I II i
t'rinker need apply. Address E. J. I '

and II. C. Register, Brownville, Fla. be permitted to do homage to the School] Suits $$7.00 Black Hats

noble women who in war and peace Single & Double-breasted Sac s. I Derbies and soft hats of the

f G, M. Wickes, the hustling Charles- have ever%,been the ministering an- $15.00 I finest quality, in black and the

ton shoe salesman, after making the Of fancy mixed Worsted, newest shades of brown.
of theconfederate soldier.
.i gels
: Spellman & Arms house headquarter II Others Charge Jtrictly all wool, broad built j
IV. To the sponsor, Miss Violet I SlS and $20' back, lined with fine Princess ; '
for the past week left this morn- AND $10 $15 aid $20
Harrisand her maids of honor, Misses silk. : ,
ing for South Florida.
Johnnie Liddon an 1 Jessie Palmer, I
Mrs. George Shuey has .returned he desires to express his most sincere & Double breasted Sac
i in SlQgle k s. I can't be
duplicated under third
> home after an absence of several and heartfelt thanks for the honor $20 I a more.
Single Pants These coats 52 inches
are long, stylish
months, which she spent cry delightfully their presence conferred on the Flor- Of fancy mixed Worsteds, in ;i i in appearance, and can be worn on very drv days

with relatives in Pennsylvania ida division. Words are powerless to others urge very hands?'?'- patterns, front i!- as well as wet weather. They're of" fancy
S'53interlined t wi soft pliable cloth
Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. fully express his gratitude and appre- i which pre- ants sagging. No I worsteds, cassimers, cheviots and hornespuna

I ciation of the lovely girls who made I r castor ailor could fu. nish better for $35. in a great variety of stylish patterns, andthey're

I Mr. W. B. Merck, of Eustis, act I guaranteed rain proof.
the veterans forget that they have i Ii New ]

companied by his son, Harry, is marched past the majority of the II Q) Styles

.1 h among the visitors in the city. Mr.
mile posts of a century in the jour-

Merck formerly lived iu Ocala and ney of life and have let them live LACE CURTAINS. I t UjS !

his friends here were pleased to meet I
for few blissful hours
over again a
(Second Floor.) a
him again. the days when their mothers and At Low P (Second Floor )

In russels Arabic, pair . . .$ 5.50 flcesl
Miss Elizabeth Fleming, of Jacksonville smiled their soldier
grandmothers on De Itelle Arabics, pair . . 6.50 j x ,J Smyrna, good quality .. 811.00

who has been attending the lovers. To the sponsors and maids Ta nbour Arabics pair. . . 8.50 9 x 12 Smyrna, good quality. .. .. 15.00

reunion was called home yesterday. of-honor of the brigades and campshe La Re veaux Arabics, pair . . 12..M H x 12 Brussels . .. . .. .. 17.50

-z While In Ocala she was the guest of feels deeply grateful. These fair Ir h Point, white . . .5.00 to 7.50 9x12 Velvet: . .. .. 52 7.50

< e piss Ruffled, pair . .. .40 to $2.00 I 9 x 12 Administer .. .. .. .. .. . 3.5.00RHEINAUER'S
Miss Annie Davis and made many ladies added a charm that they alone I _

; friends here. could to an annual encampment of

,, ;, The editor of this paper wishes to confederate veterans.By .

order of Major-General W. D.,! RHEINAUER'S RHEINAUER'SThe I
extend his thanks to the owners of '

the Palmetto Stock Farms for some Ballentine, commanding tin Florida J

Division of United Confederate Vet-
of their barbecued meat. It was ..
FRED. L. ROBERTTON, I --., 1111
and delicious and very greatly erans. I
Juicy Adjt. Gen'l. and Chiaf of Staff. Ldt-Day of the Reunion roads were unanimously adopted. A Confederate Luncheon. The Presbyterian Synod.
him and his family.Mr. .
enjoyed by Quite a number of the members of Among the charming little affairs I
It is a matter of regret that a Our time has been BO taken up

Cj George B. Tyler, the up-to-date Waldorf _Assortment Goods. of Japanese shower at the hour set for the parade Company G, 4th Florida regiment, during the past week was the pretty with the Confederate veterans that

> dairyman, informs us that his trade i yesterday morning prevented it. The called in a body yesterday morningto luncheon given yesterday at one wehave[ not paid as much attentionto

. i Mr. Fred G. B. Weihe, the wide Mrs. widow of the lateol.Edw.Badgerof o'clock Miss Anderson for
see Badger, by Mary
. has been improving so rapidly of lateR Ocala Concert band was already in the Presbyterian Synod aa its deliberations '

.- that it has become necessary for him awake jeweler, has within the past uniform as was*likewise a full com- that regimentwho. Misses Julia Stockton, Kate Free- and the personal of Itt

; few days added to his line a pretty was greatly beloved by mem- land and Elizabeth Fleming, the
; to put on another delivery wagon. in pany of the Ocala Rifles and car- every membership deserve.'y
his customers. assortment of Japanese ware knownas General ber of his regiment. The visit was a sponsor and maids-of-honor from It is
order to promptly serve riages were in readiness for really a fine looking body of
the Waldorf. The line certainly is delightful one to both the hostess and Jacksonville, and Miss Violet Harris,
This addition will be made the early Ballantine and staff, the brigade officers men and some eloquent and able
a pretty and novel one and it is well the guests. the state Her other guests
maidsofhonorand sponsor been delivered.
week. sermons
part of next the sponsors,
worth the time of the ladies to call Just before time for the departureof were :Miss Sue Barco and Miss Sara Last missions diecutiM
Daaghters of the Confederacy, 4 night were
)Irs. Ed. Bennett and daughter, oft by and see these odd pieces of Jap- but all had to be abandoned. The the veterans, the rains having sub- Harris. Unfortunately Miss Flemingwas The Synod will continue iU session

Bristol Tenn., are in the city the anese goods.:: Among the articles to enlivened the de sided a meeting was held at the hall called home so was unable to be and all cordial
band, however, throughout today are
guests of Mrs. W. B. Starke, 139 be found here are many that are use- and the veterans all enjoyed a parting present.A ly invited to attend the session

nut street, and other relatives. Mrs. ful as well as ornamental,.among rendition I handshake and informal recep- bowl of beautiful red salvia occupied -

Bennett will be remembered here as them fruit and cake dishes, cream I the center of the table and A Runaway fticyclt.

Miss Frances Clarke. She was reared sets, sugar bowls, cracker jars, rose tunes.Before leaving the division and tion."D, It Te-Day." covers were laid for eight, the places Terminated with an ugly cut on the

here and has many friends in Troy.- jars and vases of all descriptions.New regimental commanders and staff of- The time-worn injunction, "Never being marked with tiny confederate leg by J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove,

} Troy ( \Messenger.. goods are arriving all the time, put oft 'til to-morrow what you can do flags, on one side of which were written Ill. It developed a stubborn ulcer
ficers were photographed in a group unyielding to doctors and remediesfor
has been so don't wait, but drop in any time. to-day," is now generally presentedin the names of the guests, the date
Mrs. Edward Killer-who by Artist Gottlieb.At fours years. Then Bucklen'aArnica
this form"Do it That is
returned home No cheap goods at high prices, but to-day and "U. C. V." Salve cured. It's just a. goodfor
north all summer, the reception Wednesday night the terse advice we want to give you
high goods at low prices, is )Ir.Weihe's A delicous lunch was served and burns, scalds, skin eruptions and
Wednesday morning. Mr. tiny Confederate flags were distributed about that hacking cough or demoralizing
piles. 25c, at Tyding & Co'.. drug
motto. later in the afternoon the
cold with which have been young
who has been with his family by little Misses Irma Blake and you store.
struggling for several days, perhaps ladies enjoyed a most delightfuldrlve.
some time, returned home with her. Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse. Laurajean Dozier as souvenirs of this -- J
weeks. Take some relibaleremedyfor| Death of Miss Ethel Harris.Miss .
remained in Pitts- evening.So Not a Sick Day Since.
Miss Mona Hiller Perhaps you have never thought of very pleasant it to-day and let that remedy be Dr.
several months with far the 'committee, who arranged "I was taken severely sick with Ethel Harris, of LoaUvfflt.
to as German which has
burg to spend it but the fact must be apparent Boschee's Syrup, I
1.- her friend, Miss Hattie Rosenbaum, every one that constipation is caused the reception, is aware not been in use for.over thirty years. A kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of Ky., daughter of Mr. and Mr*. T. W.

in the doses of it will undoubtedly medicines, none of which relieved : Harris, formerly of this city died at |f
and Miss Hazel Hiller is in New York by a lack of water symstem one word of complaint was made and few re- me. One day I saw 'an ad. of your !

There she is attending'school.. and the use of drastic cathartics like the universal expression is that the leive your cough or cold, and its con- "Electric Bitters and determined to I her home last Saturday and was buried -
the old fashoned pills only makes a tinued use for a few days will sire
Ocala reunion was one of the most try that. After taking a few doses I in Elizabethtown, Ky., SundayShe
D. of Rich- bad matter worse. Chamberlam'sStomach you completely. :No matter how
D. ,
Rev. A. L. Philips, and thereafterwas sixteen of and
i that has been held I felt relieved, soon was year age
and Diver tablets are much pleasant pnes deep-seated your cough,even if dread
mond, Va., secretary of the Young entirely cured, and have not seena was born in this city and lived here
more mild and gentle in their effect, in the state. consumption has attaked your lungs,
People's societies, will lecture at the and when the proper dose is taken I Many of the prominent stores of German Syrup willl surely effect a sick day since. Neighbors of mine with her parents for several year
have been cured of rheumatism,
Presbyterian church this evening at their action is so natural that one elaborately decorated, cure as it has done before in thou- Mr. and Mrs. Harris have the sym
the city were neuralgia, liver and kidney troublesand
730, on the work of young people in can hardly realize it is the effect of which added much to the attractive sands of apparently hopeless cases of general debility." This is whatB. pathy of their Ocala friend In their
U. the medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle of lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c;
the church. The B. Y. P. a F. Bass, of Fremont,N. C., writes. bereavement.
them. For sale by all druggists. m appearance of the city. I regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti-
Epworth League]and C.E. society are Only 50c, at Tydings &; Co., drug-
1 V e ry enthusiastic resolutions, : Monopoly Drag Store. m ChamberlaIn' stomach and liver
f Invited. This will be a carries a gist. mIliflK1DNEYdUREr'4es
Bazaar Store !
especially The
praising the hospitality of Ocala, the tablets are becoming a favorite for
treat for the people of Ocala. Dr. complete line of notions. Our
rare beauty of the sponsors and maids-of- stomach troubles and constipation
school. belts,Jersey fads,etc.,
Philips lectured to' the High out match them all. honor and the liberality of the rail .c, oSbaAd b.&I-lun. Xidom and Bladder R'
yesterday. v '


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r'n o cfilifiDt fcennon werepreacb- I BEING INVESTIGATED
rtI.r.t ,!.a.: Lz 8S' Tialls !i OF WARI
*3 in the -ilhristian: SnnSEJJy
7.T.lesrtssad. 2ssaeg XarsgAJ '
(. maids warn and 'L'O.11ia1 l
the HerTT.. H. Jlovdand ih e
greetrag lelhedfflfeflerste ,I cfn
pastffir wiiitai were Mended iy.-: l""lr.Da p-pg Scsaa Will BeBEWCKEKSDtlFF i I i Sssilters, Successor
r"is She throwe lo themlier her i, Px
open nid auffienees. .I! tie HellSOWSARD Trial In Bsssia Is I

.andlier liomee and eineereJj iqpes s.. a "Wirl111. iliD !
: With Beors.
i "' Opea
7The! morning wbjectTlt Witnesff -1 ij i
1hBt rue n -irahmv3ll: efiii ir 3- enj j
: ing f'it EnSJilr.Bevrlima laid JLFA ESELek -1 JEWS SHOUTED fLfGLAIif
SEES TriE K1KC.. Fu1 s 1 'NS
: mitre and alwzy jeferred le.a t one 4 ,
luuehemjfeasis'an the fafiawamr wfij1 4 i

-nf jilea aii jnemorr.. 1 ''i.h tat 1 fJ h.t World il Watcbtef fire Lit
f rn in
: # tat 3e aAe aansl watneis inrChrisI- Russian Xmfcsssaaor tc Great Britain1.riss J R .
- cr War, taid an'lent jirtsaeber from, j
: .oonf r., itaj ibm, Me and heLxd'e an Audtsnce with the British,I Ii Enerry Has i for Srvprsl! Days J vaind This Trial-- Ovtr Oci T' swaaw
pulpit in 3db latj" last 5IllifurJ
: 'tiUJVd. Yrt tvssnurrsi. Da&irfi Direr Their Way-ZT Kew* i Wrtreizci Prgi ;ns-Jtj 'v,
< Ihi" ,. Monarch-Mohttch,-BS :
is -61sanEtiuiied iJ tht i I
In laitbfcwsfo Dr if', ae 1mIi Front 1 ThcrcLWy Drar3zeC.GcQt. .
b .it an lt-ened phi i '1 From the
1h : 1'1LE l JlLt 1Fh1EZ1.i6T1 :how knttdIe, she a Mild and :nm;t JftfrbU. Nwri--fU :-.k
bentin+effi nentt'.red inw Jar xpratttentiun e leaden 3 s. JD1 eDdi St. Pcbersbias, Xfl. 1. *:2fi 3*. r
L THE 'QP 'r ELL AELE3TET 10 be a fife of 4 mBe&nnibfi&i s et, i from a1 p s& 6 teT&4. Wter t+r.: g :.
1 it ii* borne and 1e -ttrire the : ua1an; basso via;,, According te sodAj's afirkss
u.u CAKE9F TH rM6ELS', lUEu.BI' : ltr .i4bin hfikd w1iil ;Life ifte sa : -'
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reed jn -nnnir ttip -b the ibesrt ,af vcr 310 1'eDettl
12* TAM 11\ TEETHE EAEE? bath the iarader from healL tare .m Ettr. .1MII ie .J.'ft.ltotk ;
,'eslts, sing, Edwu1 Semem lis yet .' ni3l'e
4)6 t.1itI"tT.tI OOl\U19, .l'Or..E In our .oiiffl stziie the -eci.r t.knJI at Titt J a
l ting
'A ti lflrg I bIwt'. Tit Endi&ssaoar dell A ?no3t trn2iaer j some skirmishing yesterSar.
LEI U'6 flGBT ""ILL .E X.IkE YE i= e .
battier were zfl Sought on the tloU"'J1en G view with lie tins, wiwi. t : : serious :;o Japanese r>rre1a5 ttrramrg
J5E3T-EESC lfT *THOSE; .AT TKFJT2IBAY. I nertue tlt'Tf' d tfLMUli aictb t.
tilde .'Of the ro.mac. ienceitlollows t=-tmGe"iilDo,-calred f.1a =..issi t a loped so frs the GE ci p rers -
Jqn. .. j. 11 :Hwdunfi gE .m; i-r" inb from lie other 2r>on vte are Hief *
ID St. Ptasrsjurs, tis szzisfaoaan ss 1 show ifchonsh tfiTicss
that she ontiiern soldier
-was i4 teL ,.
ftf the 3iEtinc3 coar Hi .ui the beiaeiL General charge are Li
I lie J17 1r o a&ZZ; for Ttreirie -e are
engaged a tar that cam under lQ and l'1"au-f.-f el tat l.\/l
kOii R 4, 180L Chridan church whL : -' J' Illi.1JUle. 1 who 5s to saccs&S Genersl

thepreatiier's justification : attended in.. twit,, r.ien A L..ll' f Up lo lie lime 2te saw lie tin?, o.rccr'' d fcf rise n =fi are

The purpobetanpsthlae of theee re-unions 1s to Cotxt Bsncfcgndorg iEd Tecairti 2s) : its arrived ;'cr. He psi Tie gorenustxf f w'itiiS we I-
'The tatLer 1i
delightfulTaggan day afeemoon, between waive 1 tenjcing to !acre that tiSept. .rder rot
Skis 1& t. "Tiey Ere entire that '1 $ '.JI."ht1fIl't.c4re nW the entire: aydossed with lie ger-
fifteen liiouBEBd 'diN 13 1SSS. were is He 3 gf
;eb met xogeiher .A1EDt er, rrtzr.richri6L'n
7om tiay.,1ndiana ie:on.'f1.Ii Irum lie "RriirsigTi sQuanron xisnand TJP era so-.J.t Lnf with General
traditions In she 1indi- ,
.r riots ar.4 BBC tit
ax a2r.Jerish
for the Lords AS aeratblIS, :
Supper. wo11lf lie sessions ecommission die -of ire "brretn ofa
lion trf her in the character. it is .h--t 4 thai
slat straggle
democratic liannouy s inntshasten part I-was in perfect iarmony End there .Iticu.l narcf hL he1Iad sting aetaSs cf the rEiyJgnin
otILb".f firEtons .and Jusfcoriiinfe haTe and the first rio vaa crgtsiM* i rla Jess
I tae sEihng Df the sgnW the tit of secret ispai
and Cleveland wifl burin 1 waft one lainfired and f fty deacons xo
Leen as fiigEsSy sueoetjtiiiil at "were I I from Tira.. Tie p-Tchnjisaflnr i0j efi,, the wtr "C tare vengeance lor the K 1&I ei:
-j abating.h&n& and 6 1a from the i the-en&lemstif k--a'
pass *b.1"f11eIl Lead ntfle the riccing two 4tyt air
I lowerer, to Teceire Tiiiort -SeiEj1 or1 1 h 1Th.L"'S is i scSKss fgure, a. .
her boldiere, .
en the betel .tJf
bane p1&tfumL ; 'body and blood this vu a re.a..iatcn 1PG a lit Jrt Uproincfri
'J"I sp3r to the D"m2t rrn concemins lie "Officers fielaciefi. :ate>f srilSea, with a breezed facet
I Thebe peat rtj-nnisnE with their His i S g u--; trtdtace to
largest gathering afone bodyaf! t -of lja white :1r.ns":e.
A. CL latntli tad Nicwoy. cilargad -
and etheremblems, that the Jews vtr sfaceuitjorg.zed
j.L"O.claim regions people the world has-Pre i Tie unimssaaar jniormed Tie Afcnefi years sit Egitjy TIJKBI his Tisaroosirtnifi. rare
U au 8st>ebbit "i to the murder!! the fact 1Jlt.t the WET 5etuirj VTe- I Press 'ttie fiejiarrnre rif, Be 3s czm.siertd to Je a and arsed, tact iN vn--ar-

dtptq rl1f \\4 V : erlidru Ella!revs ow IE bong and s known Besides a trained chair sftwelmnfired j jt lie figtt&firon -wenid nrEnrallyof fi Tiaw }AFT -0f greet energy mi resource. rangtd Egnil aid ,t1zr 5i a.' .
.*aa kb & es trial and se i Tmoee aH lie lire 1ID-i the cetari,:e liese ofker .I Uld was commander d a corps -dIr.Lg adopted a prorocaiKe attitade toward
} asy ire JL The -eoEfiict
8oregard mi .
COIl'be.m people. in perlect l arm on j ctm' ".i tie lIDG g the suppression of lie Boxer re *Ilion I- the Ciri t zn i and LW'd Oftf' ar..n;

pat etier B I1i1J3 wni. an "ir-epeE l'le" cike. It had le j End rythm sang bewer&1 tarter .fRmj.I j reached "barween iimseK L1lf hrei .' in Cfrjrg, tar fifi not play & coaspicnaas J }7. b1 tag peasants in tie ttmetsding.tiea sag

F. A. come and it as well far pD ire3itj End' .5dcrB'.ET_ Isnsoe'vrne last seek.tiathiTg PETL J oat of tie IIh'1rJai
T ta.10nQIlbOD. 1Jf
: lri-m& Ate So\dand said wMle !
the future glory kd ocr country that I j1,1 t .. 3E' 3-Et ieeh Id-i I When present y7S! are reJle 4 i. Tie afair of Sept. 11. it II i44&

:- 1.1k JUll rt'ItlL.'nad from an -ertenTurk ',,1 ing here in the infih f that solemn, i 'u regard! lie JgrrTlf K the itaerIt 1 -whichwin not be Barber ten the.Wig .1j grew oat of a trHStrg ccarrei W.1t8
it did .
"W\r and is*ntirtijtarker i some 1 bee coeeaaion the words f pant i T.i mar mTTr'1tt' "Mri* w3I laTe three : I a Chrifti&n or&Eter and a Jevee* Oft
p 1 It showed to the amid the maimerof
and Darn vii came le ifrm "BtSwiid what a aloud JE t.Vied liu tie t n! lieconreiaion each -off ai corps aiaost hfiZf a : Ilion tie pareiase of a .:. Tk Jewess -

w 1 a b- -" ma_ ":. geaasjc .manl' American soldier ie; itiHneteat&d m'riLn +eb." pruposed relEtlre to lie nee, ia tie Itr Dace Tie rife ran n? and belabored the loresUf,

'T7 4I iie k arer3-. Me icKsand- ii;*, corcpoEitifiii mfi Terue cf the ietuliccs which are HOT begiraig to : So se CiriEdans from tie bazaar Mr.

tsr. -- and-eoiirage, and DOt the moan! Hr.Sttwisn su'eei in the eren-. Etrm tianE3 ccznmisaon was trtuicp start lor the irort r2I jsroride to red lo tit rtscoe of lie forM,

-,' s'n ear.h are m sates 3s one and ing was "'Warship,"''' vhieh.he :- As Iii mnst 2e saamsiea IB St of tie corps tended fur lie frst csFigtit '; tie free fight becanie ge seral oe
Tb pit>ert tfaTtmpa i Inbt-pErable, the_
1U'indnsts- t *d in a must ledHjing war_ He fahowj Petegbirg lor I e t&nce -nr real :rt,, aecare I II Jewish yg-f.1 TU green and the w: a
iddw D The .strongest powers will iiesiLst Jor a I
t..andCIU6 j*d that bath the irsin and the f aeartmust :5t will n* fiB Er2yfnrt l3 d The: I Jewish popoiation atfetn Vtei, raactin -

11M rei'en prttectire's lung time before ibtanng a .doo- 1&.ck tf rr4ri'Tr.'EtJrrp .:had ttScitltj'ID ty Light cf the M an. I ?the Christians regzrilees of sex or

., :9d SoLe'Vnb""tli ctf the d dfi + larataontrfwar :gaisntiit? gBrern-.II be inv red in the Jwerhhip of a lie British press rezarfing lie General ExrotTB Bead a terF. Oct. tare a girl being drag aksg the

:. #.'?pt"\\ &d hwy are sirwdToa t meat o.f the Tutted Sistts, M1ro e9x Being, wbe mast be a Bnj erifir, I I Etbisa its tie oslays leads is sH tinfis 21 Tls Fnsan No' 3_ The R_f p.J 4iDv1 J ro-z..d by her t ir. Tie pea asts abaa-

I supreme Beinr.He of cue Bng5stkin the lead &giT77.Fge! of' the fcrigtt S tioosrht j doed tier goods in tie bazaar sad" honk't tJ\\A. ate 1tt with Span *Qiniiieed j
I jJ1eaded jar on lie pan of .csEa F.n: Isncs to last tittT to era ode lie Jap- I Sed. One of then was rnWofl m
---- Hgber 7+(tn
"Wm-fcon sass litat the ..fleet tLe world that the Ocmederat K&woidd thread nsnorE for Ttiiei i. -fiiEcsit n frca positiacs 02 tie left drag the neck and 1dD 4. The poixse aad
Sling and'baid thepeople
cn tac ltadexb 6L Loitit were einy-. cit'1' fight a6 freeJj and a*.,: tscldnebt3anong 'bTl1e adfejtiEle reasan. ol lie t Etra3 Vary, ins were rt pa' e3 !I" Bfgtgntat and for scidien triad
1' the **.tars and &' ChriSiiiC m Otala vas 1"f'- goTemnert its r&c red a aolifiSiian after EH seiicsi yt.lrt! lamed sereral !I to restore order bit i ten were o.

; pad tit tarn nude and 3J it had bin ape yr eely 1. 1 ls at) 6p9nfi14ie far bo iznieh lice ana ii D fncn lie Bite canssJ'A atTien how, dig -sfiici iota Infantry andre j ju1e.7 I erefl ago tics, and they irere lred

:, rti tttja instead
tee oot:1d bareaI- "f" again nfiJd pKSJcp l. the !: ti i2? L y-fl sore irriiElten 'WSci dayEsit Tie Japsnese !. loon? ., tie JeTS shtmtisg:
deTJKaaa ifisaratwsD and faith mart
bd Jar .paWie .weIit'1A M 'Te'.eran and in rs, lll1ing the. f t t lie fat that lie EUSEIEZI gt- todry fur tit first time ?ed to lie I "We are goter to be area "

t1b ing scent*vi'61-C5 1.e lt9pe. n e the be stirred -L.d Mr. EewfanS said e1 her famed E ID prenonslii&chiaeEt not BsrirfETi borabtrdaent, wZLh.j.sbeen ] This is rot ElshfreS-

Tie A 4!ijitsl te K&atton test that e b&ttle u God fir: the man Ver Iceman wi :S the gore-pert reg tig L ctt lay tererzl dIE past. Tte poSce and soifiers toddy cs-
-lr'J lore who tip 1h.
bt "I>iek safiitarj feffi ila-s turn t be has murdered Ms ar her ezaocaun'" off imc SE .&)Tniraets i caged owl to tie inter-peteciae ol

?0 wa led rejcrinsteo' sn i ,Till tire Dr e 3dg 16 110111'EJttCtiIl t Run1 Marines Leave Che Foo.CSie a raiii. Two eays inter Mae railroad .
Litt i&vt 5tatt favsa a reptile out* aAHLLterhkay Mr. Sgwisnd is a logiesl jdeabaEt
their Fires urerOEIXASS aggain El Uld whale tie iareiia of- Foq. NOT, 1. 1' p. a. Tie cS trarkaec at tie l it. who Lid
-- r Yet mar bea sashes: tad ie is ending in aSMe Jtt:5"
t' f1 face siousiy is trued zj not itiDg w- and crew rf tie Ecsstn tam : announced that they int ded to take

ttdde strong but JiJit iiBluvee hu pl1tlt1d ;ratafpt to fjsr YetI'fIU. 1 work and prfeaefeiiig to raise the tans iiM SMES tad err; fi3 boar deter Rr -1tt'::. cut oxol Ten ea nce on the Jews caae seta tie

,titii titt dt.JL1".in *f .?ark toM'ftII EF.LUQ+C F 1.'..ilwXfS'J'mEE.ATE tita.n
rl atrsC ia Oeala. Y. JT ?TTU. DC b i 'e 1'.r TJlMK b. w Effir.1F fie2rie3 taut for Sisngnai. where rowed and a c&mpany ofbroognt ..tt2dief3was

-_ I % .,0cT- -. 1901.CESTEEAI. i JU:< is tie Aa ref Pr1 ttey "riD loin lie crew of tie Bins i in and halted tie 'wk

11 .e ateit&csv 1 d taeres' KDEEf -t S. CirM S&rriceWartastaker EumIU118.. zbEa L e zaiesaaon of tie fmrt Ul cr ae Ai1I |.I men at that bridge. Tt* J rf assesbled -

: dace \8 prtaeb tfc 3 r. Little&d lastS ice 2L 4' ing nrrs : 33e g.itr'n ezZLO bind the saiiierm, -e Utaaat >

!*l3 t udate .a pt opinion L With great pride and aiisfae- IthFrrd secretsry of psi Vc i. I SEN. FAIRBANKS IN INDIANA.' I ID | fr:rrJrs! each oiber. fitally
wINIW *jou ad in the ousbiaenoe6I j I' lion the general eeaxznaadiiig an- board of cirii. tr ice ezathem e1 i hurling stoaes. Appeals of tie poiiee

the ffth T". e Met Attack Individuals Cut Dem- chief to tie rioters
'DOtID that aS the camps 91 the qt a a* vould make war ir> I
r..tic raicies. in rain. At last a wee VYS stnelc
; 1leadgua.'Len Ga-asaouaees !
'G'6t't', Itva jntttiut&a toer.mOIl',; florida tSriaoa have wKiwliDfafi s I ..$rJfi, lad XOT. -Senator Fair- bra brick bat and tie verkaee tkovt-

>b' egbsds e.)9 I1d LaTe heard. their due*to the dqr& that a oempetiare ezandnaaon vilie II I Wb began Us teooad day of his tour mgr e JeTS have MSad a PoHco-

coospoeing iMc iti- >e held for the position ef taeri-ear- I osl Indiana iii a spe-eci to a goodfizal Cu.Fa
r -- -- says 1 j across the 1'Ht

ft* m7 amt are 9l1. riot one it in arrears. This t:anlit I rier at tca.a' Jla, !orember afe 4 5UN j jJ crowd u Entler. wiere te bid j 1 there wee rerolTer shots bus tie

I eaten tie rein Large gathering I 1 Jews -a-herecpon the
] EBM aai sere ccriouE. The Timeeh wad d no other diTiaon itl the lifCl4 at 8 ctioei a. ia.w2l cages t
were also present at Atbnrn Angola | rending tie ers
placed kU
that the 'Tribtme ie pjJ1kc. Db not 1 COB-
ejLikx; fttdenOOD and therrl re IOO hearty aooey.&dmd
; 1 tad TTalerloo j 1 pan betreea the opposing fores cadthe

g S fAn it*t+elasb to libed rep cc.. t1iatiO.l g are tziended lo Fk>rJda -. ebs rec'tre4 by Mr. 'Wajrassaaker. 1J 1I J Tie Tfcsiiersras idea]. and the sen- J: wok:er f.n ally were dtptrer!

I1c the TriUnae triune*byU-! and her courbe raot>t hl bJj cemzaended at Atlanta Ga, befere 4 p..m. SOT 1I I ator'f Tire: 7santaafed tis Ml power j In the diiecticn of the Bst

b& tlat ti* Ticit ifc tdervtiiig its! 1 f I Tie day' itinerary was limited to In- j the Jews wocM oat even feat to a

the tt6. AH take I diana Hi tie exception of one point j rabbi who iras present aa4 the *&
s.b' t> IL The asaasl dues are bo Sntsigia- persons TJifaisiig to vxsxainataoa .
-. SPOTS Stargis, Jrst across tie line in tie fiiers finally charged them widi kay-
-- r
I she t rl &cure |iaks and P ntJaera '
fait < eeats for ach member*
tn wstiam
Bryan is doing ifi* *:rtof the easn-I IJdI pan of :. At An- eves and access to the why J*
out at eioe in order to ailow I I 1 bnm Senator '
1z g. lie i* ezlrii>hiagucmderInQ that mans eazape orerioo-kr negl t Falrbanis said among L i garter was toed
time far neeearr truer icinb. i joier tiings: The
the pajiaeot. The ooiamanding general any total result of tie riche; vat

wreN of iauatf ud and .ti tats tibie oocidon to urge aS .&p a1 nb W IhiE n ol ; ; *t>ne peek from tolay ve must de- I three noncommissioned omits tro

a1 &r2.r1ve. He i. trarefing 4Mco cie -rietier to go.forrard under soldier
'V I i Reyailaaa two JeTs sad rw CkHstians -
isast be made farm
on prewaibed .
and their adjatanigeaeral
; mdtJ4! and vn>idng Zl1 average ofttf DlaF-gt'ner.J. j Prevented : popes or to OTertarn tleIlJ killed and low QeistiuM aa4
i io $t.G lead their aH in g&Uiirg y3icl1ritl1 ntree a7Liabtrtiet D.s and adopt in their place : \ foci Jews .
Heistravrfpeald&g uoafid
rdt**:***da2j. A u ab.r of
aM Mei ixsrs wet fad to et3le sjrearages, and te nay be btaine 4znwisagn's t t I P'e Q5T DesocraUc friends !: policenea mere also trilled er voutd-
? kttp their dues paid ba tat or local eret,2rr.- .. ;H. G. Hav.ralt. at 9 i i i wets to put into force good O ea ed.1oot J5* louses aad skops of
of rite t tty-S< r- By i YiieSiwm.. !
po&BeSee. prone OET common intereeti. Jeu s. were illared.
federation do better'. Ocala
grand may I
t lot !n tie last H dears they \
t Tie Florida Nary 00Ik-g e He holds Florida sp tor ns&alMn i and i !eutJful ?crft. I tare been mlcrtcnaie because they 1 TO FORM NEW PARTY.

tix4bzf cram pabbE+d tirocgh OemS&t tmbt thai JJte day is not far &ta8t j hate sea itood for any policies that j
There is OB stay ID tile 'Wind&\\'i j Watson '
I Hopes ta Secure Aid ef Hurst
I atserrxon er roote to Bar the dries of everr camp w be at uticUrctlK hare sorted for tie affrancement ort
.f the Feting Fsratare OtKBpaigr tie American and Bryan.
tD1r from Ciint>iSle, where t :ej paid in mIL people In ciaHenging
ma z ee t qdt1 best sere by $ tie eacj of tie Democratic Staiesboro Ga. \O'f. *.-'ftoIau &
J.Ulttd a game t f iootlffiH Friday By oommand ofB1"D'HDi party Watson, IV>pclist ca&Stete lor
: I &> act JIIW.i-
DirkimtGll D. C.of Oeala
CSapl. 4 individuals and
aftr oe w rah the East Fiorida Seninxry D. LEE tare not a word of dot.spoke here Moafey. He Mid la.
and Txteelx is t be either 6f'ld K)1 S 3OAPAz'4 ; I criticism of the put:
team. The latter two the Wx E. M.x ttiE, Gen C'umd'in }K t( Democrat -sio disagrees with me. It I Ia
: .We
raSed Ser the beneit w. lie Confed : against Deaocratic are not afraid of tk* tfro arewe
game tile tore being 12 to tI. Adjt.-- aid Chief of SiaSPrttlj po eyes I speak !
We care
I .e.fand.. bxztse they 1 work oar common him fc tt koiknr of

R. L Msrtia, on being asked last Piece cf fersitsr Froa FlcrItfa The fjuilt ie a magnifMstaa pie<* met tEe great Sin Cure, and 1 1p.Ja1 er-nh a there. Hare ve not doae e'ertbi.gto
Dg fci a* to the propped of the eleetrk Wccii.3f and i* attr&etiEg a great deal' of f of Enrn.cts. who has artccrd u:brokQ tin h tie th
Ln nvutd J cf lost Cea"t M Uat ve 1fUIfId u>?

railway being trait nJied that r. J. C. PhM has de on tra ed atte aoa. It it ra&de in tile CrJ..a.ft1d-1 Far s unbu huku, tc Tie Democrats hare dtsfnackte 4 lira

It dejx l6 entirely on the franehit that fine arudee of fare Way be eraie ccAene and is qf great It:' 1&, pisipfej, Kotchcs, clI I GIBRALTAR IS ACT1V everywhere except la G orfte. sad

made from the variety of tropical < here they are afraid of tile Po .ll U.
the city grasl If a fiberal one, then Ttmebtam.Wirt he2y rd rwgh w oily 1 .
J He
the road vwold be bclit bet if haruiieappbd TTOod growing in town. He reoeKt- bps mad stings of Insects; fordeasslcg j ClirriJcn and Squaircn Are Put in other is a veritable rental oa 'i'fer1

Wtlccae tile Ciitsts roe fart hif ; adiness for Setvite.G"ibrra day except on eiocUoa day.
bj a poor fraoeb i>e MscUU abs9 ly completed a large frame for a mirror the hair gfij snip of la an interview
t r. Nor. .
The after tte }fr.Wat.oa
gur.so1 s w bs
for the taBor chop ef Gas Hce of the City. crusts Kikif&i i 2 *&; forbgj' i
vonld not ccdenaie the 1r.d- I I been : ized and the said tha this idea 1rU to or-
Fr b 6 e2r. Dd, arUUery men
.- Ics of ti e road.Cocaterfeiti. that is a handsome pieee of hasdiwork. rzthc it v 2l LZfEgs i I tare been ordered to take their nn the Jefeaon l.-e its
Hon. C. 3L Brown rbo wa W ; for jaaay :fatutive tatiscpti j positions up The Ib.n1
The frame contains tight J a tie diet batteries of Ik ocrsta are sow

'e Uc GEarue.I'otey Hzkds of wood IndodJng pine, cedar, hare weJeosaed tbe Cociefen&e V et--' c ptirposa tEat appeal t> I I tie EocjL.Tie l:11 ague with the Rcv UeaK. TUt

& Co. Chicago originated errant on behalf of Mayer Ydtr'zrda,1 j motlim as isrell as for al puri i channel radron tas been order&d t of peoj d is fa power aow."

V : Honey and Tar as a throat and lung madeira cypress, royal pain black wired that he eocld not be here and j poses of tEe toad tatfc,and cars- : to Le in readiness at an boar's- He salj, whoa erred &&& oveaient

remedy and on oecount of the great mangrore Cuban mahogany and crT, CUTICURA Soap, a Ttf4 ; 1.otice.I : after the Jett to uue
Mayor Gates has eosferred the ]
remit and pojlarity of Fol. I'jj Honey royal poindaEca. The latter wood b CUTICURA Oistsjeat ths !I Vice Admiral Beresford aboard the with the Brag *ad H.ra D rar u

and Tar nasy ji,tenons are offend came from trees recently cat down honor ca Alderman Ford and we ]. great Sfcia: Cure are prkeless.Jf j't4UJeEtip Caesar J.u lye 1L a gun that there fc4 bwa to fctNMtt between

; for the gete. Ak for Fo- in town to make room fur new bz 3d- bare 3.Eart rsit a 4 txsrsf tte'. j I recalling all tie cficers of the chan- the tfcre ney Wt h ts iU* latntioa

Ie,'. Honey & Tar and refuse anytsabbtfrne ings and Las a '.won color. come oar gusst* in a most pleuI1 g 1 .euflXm Hs o t,cumEr ajrs uScu f. j I u1 sj U doa oa board their re-lire to cesUnaa b art JJMc WI
other pec frig I cyisLr.t sfdCVTICULSozy L iiL All the ships lineHe 't1e Tr
i offered as no prepa- sad He were desrtd for xpme i to Moompre.s.ient
ration vill give the same satisfaction. The frame is made of 252 pieces of! highly acceptable manner 1 ,0"PlDf! juke si* toe (rut erne. The British warships bmstU, bat betKv by
is always equal to Da"a -.z'f 6W Ie at da itssaiazbuE I st hodIe
any emergency.FOLF1iUNE1DTAR IT
Jt i* mildly laxative. It contains &o irood.-Fort Myers Press. ti.t..1II't4. C4& r$. JfrI1 1 pairoC d tie Waits all night 1oe.g. the F pttni forces teg tk er.
a.1t.arc.F.a.ume ,..dOiiiu ia. They intercepted be U4 Bryan *a4 He
oES and is safest for children and rirryrrraqi 19u.; ras a comer, the i oadoa wt award art i*

delicate persons. Sold bj TostofSce Tampa is making bg preparations I' tJ'Lwr+K;r. I nor far MJI..tKtkicu tw.t.-.s.:._ !I Bn4e. bad from Barry for Port gether. thtNr ta vitff ai Iseiarate

Store. --- :a" for the big fair. Pra. e"lIt. halst.fJ I I I trig and brow t her in here at noon ualt3 a:4 btu t rrattedO &
V Yj .'h__ -_._ the H>la3itaa.Tian tests

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I; *. mUKB William Hocker RECEPTION.Mrs. Entertains. r/, i WE NEED HARD CASH I! L -I

ICi Elaborately Monday Afternoon. Ii i

Airs. William Hocker entertained II I And in order to turn quickly some of our FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS '

--' delightfully at her home on Ockla- I! j into that useful commodity, we will, from October to November 21, sell any .;: .

W'".i waha avenue Monday afternoon in ; piece of goods in the house at a, discount of 10 per cent. This is no Japanese dream

l: 1-f :' compliment to Mrs. Edward Cristy I 43 or Russian joke ; price the goods you have priced before, and see for ;you -self. _

Welsh, of Cornell. +
fr rC
:: : i The brilliantly tinted foliage" of I I J. A. PITTMAN & SON

i autumn with many deep rich red and ,

: S a ti yellow blossoms made the beautiful I I THE FURNTU MEN.

Ii; rooms most attractive. The house -
was darkened : .:. '1.
tH and the dim lights - --
) I ;;
9 9s
- radiating from the many jack. o1" A Pleasant Outing at the Springs.A ; - --, -- ; :, ---. -- .: --: -- ':'- ._: ,--- -- I If
; lanters pleasant party of people ; ,
throughout the house lent a young

i iy' wierdedness to the scene that was drove out to Silver Springs Tuesdayand -f I

novel. The color motif of red, yellow spent a most delightful morning .,",
rDon't and green was charmingly car-

forget the old man ried out in all of the elaborate appointments The six miles ride out to the

with the fish on his back. of this brilliant reception.On ; Springs was most enjoyable and after .

For nearly thirty years he a table just to the right of the I I arriving the party went down the run TO CANE SYRUP MAKERS.
a number of miles on Mr. Nelson'slaunch.
has been traveling around the front door as one entered was a most

world and is still traveling grotesque jack o1 lantern presiding The morning was bright and I .
.- ,
bringing health and comfort over the card tray and keeping a I clear and the springs were never more .

: beautiful. The young ladies in the .
wherever he goes. lookout over all theguests as they ', --
To the consumptive he arrived.In party who had never been to Silver -

brings the strength and flesh the front hall Mrs. Robert L. Springs before were quite charmed -:-<- ,, 1
with the and the surrounding I
ho so much needs. Anderson Mrs. Robert A. Burford, springs .
To all weak and sickly Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Mrs. A. B. scenery. In the party were Misses Jii -" l.
Julia Stockton, Kate Freeland and
children he gives rich and Eftrd, of Leesburg, were receiving.In __ ,
fctrencthening food. the back hall punch was served Elizabeth Fleming of Jacksonville, ; I i.
MissesMary Anderson, Sue Barco,
To thin and pale personshe by three witches, whose costumes
Annie Davis, Sara and Violet Harris,
gives new firm flesh and were complete in every detail. Their
and Dr. W. H. .
Mr. 0. B. Howse
rich red blood. disguise was perfect but before the

Children who first saw the afternoon was over the secret was Powers. I.

old man with the fish are now out and they were discovered to be An Infant Christened. I 1 i .

grown up and have childrenof Misses Byrd Wartmann, Edith Piatt Just before the regular services r s'i'4

their own. I and Esther Weathers. Their corner Sunday morning the little four 1-

lie stands for Scott's Emul- was the most picturesque in the months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. FWe
t= f
sion of pure cod liver oil-a house. Suspended from three poles W. Crosby was christened at the ,

delightful food and a natural was a large kettle with a lighted Methodist church by the pastor, Rev.L. .

tonic for children,for old folks lantern under it. This corner was W. Moore.

and for all who need flesh and separated from the rest of the room The little one was very daintily

strength by a white screen very much decorated dressed and behaved most sweetly

SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists with witches' black cats, and during the pretty ceremony. Stand- _Are Agents For ;
Pearl Street New York.
OOc. and 1.001 druggists.,. other spooky looking animals and the ing with the baby were her mother., j

-- decorations consisted of brooms, and Dr. W. H. Powers and Miss Sara The "Golden New Model" Roller f.

THE CHAMBLISS C TTLE SALE gourds and lanterns. Harris who acted as her sponsors.

Receiving at the parlor door were The baby was christened by Dr. Vertical Cane Mills In

leek Plat Titateay at the Palmetto Mrs. J. K. Austin and Mrs. B. F. Moore and was given the name of ,

Park Farm. Watts, of Leesburg. Mildred Herbert Crosby.A I The latest and most up-to-date cane mills put on the market. We
t have them in stock. If not ,convenient call and examine, write us,
the fact that a great The hostess, .whose gracious personality
Owiflg to '
; Healed. and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description. -
the iabwrottuwd and culture are one of the I Physician 1g
MaR1 .... tJtaK buyers got I .
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician -
dMe with the dates of the strong factors of Ocala society, was for Our other specialties are American and El I wood Hog; :
of Smith Grove, Ky., over
Omfedtrat Veterans reunion, think- standing near the bay window. She thirty years, writes his personal ex- and Cattle Proof* Field Fence; Sash, Doors and ?
attractive in a black lace Blinds; Turpentine, JU..1 and Hilling Supplies .
kg the tl would last three days,, was most perience with Foley's Kidney Cure. "
MN etwwti prtnt was smaller and evening gown. With her was the "For years I have been greatly both- as well as a nil stock of General Hardware.
and Stoies. A nice line of Enameled, Copper
Mrs. Welsh,who is one ered with kidney and bladder trouble '
Mw t M4tog; was not HO spirited as it special guest, I and Xickle-plated Cooking I lentil!*.
brides and who has already and enlarged prostrate gland.
wotifci etJwrwta have been. About of our recent
used everything known to the profession -
a down itH.bml were sold at prices won for herself many friends: f without relief, until I com- M0BION HARDWARE COMP NYe jJ.:

rwsgag rrwre '100.00 to $175.00 when bv her sweet and charming manners. menced to use Foleo's Kidney Cure. ,

...... wa announced. Barbecued She wore her wedding gown of white After taking three bottles I was en- Successors to Hubbard & Macdnff.

nmMon *'burgoo," bread, olives, silk and looked particularly pretty. tirely relieved and cured. I prescribeit OCALA, FLORIDA.

|4.kl.*w, oaken and pies, all proD After greeting the hostess and honoree heartily now daily recommend in my its practice use to and all .\

weed the best were served. Din the guests were asked into the physicians for tuch troubles. I have

nr over the ale walt continued pri- dining room bIrs.' E. H. Mote, of prescribed it in hundreds of cases with

vat 4jr and more were sold than were Jacksonville and Mrs. E. L. Carney.A perfect succsss." Sold by Post office
o' lantern pumpkin occupied Drug Store. m
,U91 isi.ed of In the auction. Among jack h'_ __ ,
the buyer were' C. T. Carroll, of the center of the table and sur At Hymen's Altar. ., : ,,' ; '
)mt4ello, J. II. Badger, Old Town, rounding it were man lovely yellow Mr. Max Newberger stole off a dayor a.
Its L Ivy, of DeLand, J. H. Sic and red blossoms. Suspended from two ago and Monday his sister Party L

(3)mend.,Ocala, J. C. Howell,of An- the chandelier was another jack o' received a wire from him conveyingthe A delightful hallowe'en party was World's Fair Rates .
of Lone Landing lantern and quite a number of them pleasant information that he ,
T. H. Outlaw very
thenr. given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs :
as also seen on the mantel, sideboard of benedicts, I
Edmonbon were the
Col II. E. had joined army
W. J. Chambers Monday night
usual conducted the sale.A and buffet. The salad and ice He was married Sunday in Augusta, the benefit of the foreign missionary.I I From Jacksonville

number of buyer cams in on the courses were served by ghosts, who Ga., to Miss Rosebud Levy, daughterof society of- the Methodist church.
also disguised. Two ghosts, of Gainesville, ._
-eterday under the same were Mr. Isaac Levy,
o' lanterns
I.atft train ) Witches, ghosts and jack

misapprehension that the auction Mrs. Herbert Anderson seated and at the Mrs.table D. Fla., a charming lady. Mr. New- were very much in evidence and $'t" 0.65 sale Round daily.Trig.Good On $a7.50 sale Round daily.Trip.Good On ya 4 Y
W. Davis, were congratulatedby till
Chambliss is being warmly Dec. 15.
wtntW U.t thee day. Mr. berger laughter and mirth continued throughout t fifteen days.

was at the farm all day Wednesday and poured the chocolate and coffee.Mrs. his friends by wire and letter. the evening. Games were also J $33.90 sale Round daily.Trip.Good On $00 95 ten Roundtrip.days. Good On ,

t-o supply noose yet wanting to buy. The other guests serving were Mr. and Mrs. Newberger will ar- enjoyed and refreshments were sixty days. sale Tuen and
T.-. -B.- Snyder- Mrs. S. P. Eagleton, rive in Ocala some time the latter Thurin June. Good only in coach
OtatH of John L. Carney. B. served.
N.1.. Allred, Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. of this week.
.iRtofmaUon: was received in this Koonce and Mrs. C. V. Miller. Death of Rhody. Southern Railway.z -

.? Baterday rooming of the death On leaving the dining room each Old Vets at Ocala. Steve Palmer, the old colored man,

.t l'aaL John L. Carney, of Lake guest was presented a walnut tied Part of the Hillsborough county; who has been driving one of the city's WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE, KT.f LOUIS.

W..... whtefe occurred Friday night at with yellow and red ribbons and delegation to the Confederate Veter scavanger wagons for the past eight- Either through Atlanta and Ch2+tanooga or Columbia and Abheville,
"Land of the Sky" route.
Ckrkl\1Ut'I, Twin. when opened were found to contain ans reunion to commence in Ocala teen or twenty ;years dropped dead Only line from Florida with sts own rails into St. Louis. Two train
No man InIarion countymore Tuesday, left Monday night for the suddenly Tuesday morning. He was daily from Jacksonvile. Through sleeping cars.
better the possessor's STOP-OVERS GOING AND RETURNING, on World's Fair season
was widely nor Nearly two hundred guests were Brick City, and the others go thimorning. better known to the public as sixtyday and fifteen-day tickets, within limit, at principal mountain and -
known. He eame here from Tennessee ask "Rhody" and his familiar face will summer resort points in the Carolinas and east Tennessee. No extra costs
and present. The young ladies were An opportuniny to visit the greatest of World's Fairs and spend a vac ft ion _'e years ago ed for the last hour and a number of A number of the "old boys" were be greatly missed. in the mountains, where side trips can be made through the Sapphire country :
engaged in planting oranges, whenIt and the husbands of dressed in their suits of Confederate : Lake Toxawoy, the Highlands, etc.
was a new Industry and was very the young assisting Mrs. Hocker were gray, and presented a very unique Mr.s J. W. Caldwell the popular advance Detailed and valuable information, maps, folders etc., cheerfully fur. s
introduced some of the the ladies agent for the :Mabel Paige Co., nished upon application. J. C. LUSK "
successful and asked to meet them. During this appearance. District Passenger Agent 109 W. Bay St.T.:ksonville, Fla.
lie that he in
varieties stated to us yesterday was
valuable the delegates were Capt. B.
new and mot the witches executed a most appropriate Among
E. L. Carney, hour and I. receipt of a wire from Key West saying "
Mr. of Capt.
was a brother of and fantastic dance. Mrs.Rocker's N. Mathes, Sydney, .
father of Mrs. White andJ. that the company was playing to
and the R. Walton,Judge Jno. C.
of this city beau
f reception was a very
James L lUll formerly! of Ooala. lie M. Cathcart.-Tampa Tribune.Dou't full houses at every performance.The .
and a number of tiful event. :Mabel Paige Company will show
I also leave a wife Fishel furnished music all Old
Mr. Leon Respect Age.
three nights commencingNov.
mourn his death. in our city I
other relative- --to---- --- during the receiving hours. It's shameful when youth fails to 7.Mrs. SEABOARD
f Dllntro' Wrack show proper respect for old age, but
i for many letters from Colorado Chas. P. Lovell, of Jacksonville ,
Carle.-nt I* responsible Recent just the contrary in the case of Dr.
a railway wreck and the same of causes sU1Jer- Springs, state that. :Mr. and Mrs. King's New Life Pills. They cut off arrived in Ocala Mondayto Air Line Kailwav F

arJ'maktaq human wrecks troubles. i Hardy C. Groom, jr., who have been maladies, motter how severe and be present at the reception
ers from throat and lung King's I I at that place for the benefit of Mr.Croom's irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, given by her sisterinlaw1rs... Wil-
tint since the advent of Dr. jaundice fever, constipation all yieldto Savannah, Columbia, CamdenSouthern Pines, Richmond, Washington -
Consumption, health,have recently gone tDem'er liam Hocker, complimentary to Mrs. .t
for Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
:iew Di.'el' this perfect pill. 25c, at Tydings _
the worst Mr. Croom expects togo Welsh, of Cornell.
where Edward Cristy .
coughs and colds, even & Co., drug store m TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILYE -
can be curd, and hopeless rest into business-his health having Mrs. Lovell will be Mrs. Hocker's
nece88U Mrs. club held a delightful ABOARIl EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL 4
hnaUo I. no longer Is recently improved. Tallahassee Cap The reading guest for several days.
Loll Craig of Dorchester, Iass., Mrs.Croom was Miss Sally Bellof meeting Tuesday afternoon with Miss Other information of _
saved by ital.
one or many whole life was This before her marriage and Minnie Gamsby. Nearly all the Mr. J.. A. Enslow,of St. Augustine Jnc. Dozier, Ayent.: W. W. Condon, C, T, A s
this city
Ur.. King'remedy New I. guaranteed for aUe her friends will be glad to learn of, members were present and the meeting the well known travelling salesman A. O. McDonell,. A. G.Ocala P. A., Florida.D. C. BoylstonJ jr.P. A._
druggisi.5. of the pleasantest that, for the Uneeda Biscuit Company,attended
throat and lung diseases by I Il1 I the improvement of Mr. Groom'shealth was Jacksonville, Fla.|
and 11.00. TrIal bottle free the club has enjoyed for some time." the reunion. ,
Me. I
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wy the least, the democrats FOR PARKED AND.... DAVIS I

have the republicans guessing in
got "
the doubtful states.
many Voters Should Memorize the Names so f

In summing. MMWM up the M campaign the as to Avoid Mistakes in Voting. A beautiful line of Shirtwaists See our Special Suit at 750. It

Near York Evening Telegram has the Florida democrats should impress i4ii An exquisite line of Dress and Walkin can't be beat. (,

following to.ay: "No parades, no upon their memory the names of the ? Skirts.

brave band, no marching clubs, no democratic presidential electors so as A complete stock Shirts Underivdi: r,
J An endless variety of Jackets and '
hurrahs outs no audiences." to avoid errors in voting. There will 1 4
drag ,
Shoes and a
l mow Cloaks in the latest styles,
. be four sets of presidential electorson .

How can you feed the visitiors just the ticket-twenty names in all- ; 1j:

non(coming Crockery and to get our all your new when See Crockryand Gad your and these order will so be that arranged the democratic in alphabetical M.:: :: : :: :: :: :: .

(Hu..". At the Ocala Bazar. electors will not appear together on
the ticket. ,
From start to finish it has been the "-

'"" most remarkable campaign in the democratic Following presidential are the names electors of the: five SWEPT( TO DEATH / SURRENDER OF PORT I LIVE WIRE: KILLS BURGLAfu FROM: SOUTH- -AFKIC1.

history of the United States. No I I
H. P. BAILFY.r Prominent Young Man of Montgomery New Way of Using Chamberlains
, fight, no drag outs, no pyrotechnics, J. E. GRADY.T. BY UQ8MALAN: :\ I I Ar; THUXVETEDJa J f I I I Found Dead. Cough Remedy

no wild enthusiasm Its tameness is A. JENNINGS.A. i Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 2.-A dispatch

a surprise and may result in a sur- B. NEWTON. to The Banner from Montgomery, Ala., Ir. Arthur Chapman writing from

priM'. S. B. STONEMAN.The Wall of Reservior. At Winston, a. esa "Fe 1 Confides: That t says: Durban, Natal, South Africa, say .
I The body of James Hendricks
names will appear on the tick- N. C., Gives Way. Ihey W.I. Enter City. aged "As a proof that Chamberlain'
22, one of the
lion John G. Reardon, of Savan- most prominent young
et about in the order as below. We f men in Montgomery, was found on the cough remedy is a cure suitable for
nah who had been at Inverness on
have put an X mark in front pf the j SEVENTEEN LIVES ARE LOST P.EVIZW CF RECENT OPERATIONS :i shed over the American National old and young, I pen you the following -

profeasionalbusinesecame in yester- names of the democratic electors, I bank this morning. Beside him were : A neighbor of mine had a child

day and stopped over to see his host Nearty Residents Caught Without r.uuisns I Hopes for the Best, But Are I burglar toote, a stick of dynamite and J
just two
indicating how the ballot is to be I over. months old. It had! avery
of Ocala friends. He will leave "to Warning and Carried Away in Flood I Prepared tor News of Surrender. in his pocket was a pistol. He was
marked: : bad cough and the did
killed while parents
; trying to cut an electric
d.ylor Jacksonville Mr. Reardon Which Caused so Much Destruction. Jails Are Jubilant and in High not know what to give it.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. wire that ran into the bank. Hen- suggested -
I I. looking well and is prospering in Brick Wall Ccllapsed."WinstcziSalem Spirits.( that if they would get a bottle
Vote for five: ; dricks had a splendid position, and of

hU new home. X H. P. BAILEY.E. ] N. C., Nov. 3.-Seventeen Si. Petersburg, Nov. 2.-12:1C: p. m. i there Is great mystery surrounding the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
finding of his body and the put some upon the dummy teat the
persons are known to be dead Reports; Irani tea urlent: ueicribingthe burglar's
We are leaden in crockery and tools. It is believed baby was sucking it would
B. BARKER.A. and many more are missing as the result assaults on Port Arthur beginning i i that he was used no doubt

I glass. Just> opened a big line. P. BASKIN. of the bursting of tbe reservoir Oct. .C, have created visible] depression i as a tool and that others may be implicated. cure the child. This they did and
New shape plain white cups. and at this pace: today. : at the war office. The sustained i! brought about a quick relief and

saucers set .............................. 39c.Decorated Q. F. BUFFUM. One of the brick walls of the reservoir character of the bombardment with I I I cured the baby." This remedy i*

new shape cups and A. N. CUSHMAN.A. collapsed, burying the home and siege guns and the breaching cf the ;i! BIG MEETING IN' NEW ORLEANS. for sale by all druggists. m

family of Martin: Peeples.A walls by underground mines, but above .i

saucers, et......................-...... 63c. E. DALE.X million and a half gallons of water all the fact that the Japanese government Many Delegates-Arriving- to Attend J From now on Georgia will be one

Gold band tumblers, set........... 3Sc. J. E. GRADY. were released and over a mica cf after weeks; of silence regardingthe I Gathering. !j t of the best governed states [in the un

Plain tumblers good quality, set. 25c. G. W. HOLMES. territory devastated. Thirteen residences operations of the besiegers has II i: New Orleans, Nov. 3.-Between 751 I II i ion. Capt. Hitch, recently dismissed
were destroyed, and is is im given out these reports before actual ,I and 100 delegates! and their families !
Hoffman House goblets, new,set. 60c.Kwfiiiilftoii from the
, X T. A. JENNINGS.D. possible at this time to state how access has crowned their efforts, convinces j are here today to attend a three-day military service, has written
ni the Ocaltt Bajutnr. many lives have been lost. the military authorities that session of the Association of Colleges I the-governor letter telling him
___________ Mayor 0. B. Eaton is at the head of after: long preparations General No and Preparatory Schools of the South.j how to do it. If the governor of
MOORE.. tY a large rescuing party, and search is is not only making a supreme effort The meetings will be held
The committee of the local of Georgia takes the
camp now being made in the debris for possible : to carry the fortress, but feels so confident son Hall, of Tulane university. Thee young man's advice -

Confederate Veterans express their A. B. NEWTON. additional victims. : : of success that the result of th associa.tlon5 formed ten years ago things will go on lovely in the

sincere thanks to the citizens of A. B. PUTNAM.G. The greaieci excitement prevails, preliminary operations has been made through the instrumentality of Van- empire state.LUMBER.

Ocala for their generous liberality to G. ROBINSON. and the vo.unt.iry rescuers 'are heroically public. They" believe the assaults derbilt university. It has about 15(' I
working In the hope of saving j i was timed for the fall of Port Ar-1 I members representing the principal
the veterans, to the hotels and boardIng X F. B. STONEMAN. many who are known to I thur, to be announced the
have i educational
been on birthday institutions of the south. I
__ __ __ _,__,
houses, livery stables and hack- j J.u M.- STANLEY.- carried down by the rushing waters i of the mikado tomorrow, when a I Many distinguished educators are on !!

men for reduced rates, to Mr. Yonge The colored 'settlement in the vicin strange coincidence Is the tenth anniversary the progra George H. Denny, of I
' W. T. SHIELDS ity of the reservoir of the accession of '
: for the use of the hall at a very was entirely wrecked Emperor Washington and L?e university, Is
and the negroes are working diligently j Nicholas and a great Russian holiday. president of the association.One .
G. A. ,V. WENDELL. ,
nominal rate, to the Daughters of the nOrGJI and
with the Tomorrow
whites there is
In the search { expected to be Killed
) One Wounded.
Confederacy for decorating the hall J. S. WHIBNEY. for the missing. : marked by the fate fo'J.! day of immense ; IR1. SEI)
Lewisburg, Ala, Nov. 3.-Jack Yar-
" and the pleasant reception given by M. F. ZELLER. The cause of the disaster WES the rejoicing either for Japan or brough was kiled by J. V. Phillips
.....- -.- overflow ot the reservoir: and a thor Russia, according as the present assault .
them to the young men for the enJoyable Tuesday night. The killing occurred I
For the information of the publicso ough investigation will be made In order succeeds or fails. about 7:30. After ]Dry Siding, Flooring and t....
: dance! at the armory and to- to ascertain if the The war office is to Yarbrough was
negligence of .trying buoy up ,l
that all know the shot he managed:: to mortally wound
all others who so willingly and generously may names of any of the employes at the pump station the Russian hopes with references to I his assahnt! !by shooting him wh.I B. H. Seymour

contributed towards makingthe the presieential electors of the several : was responsible for it. The reservoir the long and successful defense of shot rus:! ;ip-dej vth; buckshot. ,

reunion one of pleasant memory. parties to be voted for in Florida, burst without warning, and the Lieutenant General Sloessel has thus I Ocala} Fla.

we give the classified list: victims were drowned while asleep i in I far conducted, but things have now j I :
of their beds. reached such a pass with the garrison I t
Death John
Capt. L. Carney.
DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. One couple, a negro man and his {I and the character of the present at-

. Capt. John L. Carney, whose death Ii. P. BAILEY. wife, floated on their bed for 500 yards. tempt upon the fortress Is evidentlyso

was announced in this paper yesterday .T. E. GRADY.T. Neither one was Injured. determined: that the authorities EADWEARMEN

was a prominent citizen of Lake A. JENNINGS. The dead as far as known are: frankly admit they would not be surprised
A. B. NEWTON. Mrs. Peeples. if the end was at hand.In .
Weir Fla. where he owned
a large
F. B. STONEMAN.: Thomas Southern. the face of the gloomy reports

'" orange grove. He had been ill oyears f REPUBLICAN ELECTORS.C. Mrs.: John Poe and Daughter.. indirect from Toklo, the Invalide Russ,
bright disease for about five F. BUFFUM.; Five negroes. the army organ, today announces that -

and came to Clarksville about three A. N. CUSH I.\S. The water supply of the city is uninterrupted the storming operations ended with
by the accident. the repulse of the Japanese on Monday -
months visit his
ago daughter.Mrs. G. G. ROBINSON. Martin Peeples was probably fatall but the paper, fails to give its MEN AND WOttENOur

J. II. Turnley. He had hoped thatthe Injured as was a young nephew wh o yauthorities for this important statement
change of climate might check was sleeping In the residence. No official! report warranting I
ELECTORS.E. The reservoir is it has been received the
the disease, but he continued to gro located on Trade by war office.
E. B.
street a
sparsely settled portion of
worse and for the past six weeks had A. E. DALE.J. the city.A Official Reports of Operations. Line of : We bought more hats this

been confined to his room, death re :M. STA. LEY. statement will be prepared thin Tokio. Nov. 3.-The official reports

lieving sufferings yesterday afternoon J. S. WHITNEY. evening for the public. of the Port Arthur operations since season than ever before, and

M. F. ZELLER. Aug. 1, 'form a history of almost continuous .
4 at 3:15 o'clock. \ fighting of a desperate nature. MEN'S & BOYS Ewe have everything in bead-
Capt. Carney was a brave confederate P. BASKIN. SUCCESSFUL.* The Russians at first struggled 'des I f

" soldier and had command of a D. L. M'KINNON. Machine perately to block every Japanese advance gear for ladies and children.
TestWith and then
company of soldiers under Gen. For F. R. MOORE.A. Gcod met the concentrated Our line
Results. artillery fire of,, the Japanese with its consists of the
rest. He was 67 years old and is survived B. PUTNAM. Albany, Ga., Nov. 3.-A cotton-pick kind. Latterly, since the Japanese HATS

by a wife and five children, W. T. SHIELDS. ing machine has at last been Invented i begun advancing parallels and traverses '

four daughters and a son. They are: Study the names: of the democratic and given a successful trial ia the and extending mines, the Russians Latest
I cotton fields near Albany. have Shapes -
Mesdames J. II. and G. M. Turnley,, electors as they appear on the ticket The machine; Is not been constantly making
entirely automatic sorties.
They Is
rushed into the
Japanese Up-to date
of this city, Mrs. W. B. Gray, of and be sure to mark them right. as the arms that carry the trenches and engaged in furious -
Tampa, Fla. Mrs. J. little wheels which gather in the staple
; C. Hill and If the democrats struggle with the engineers and
not want Mr.
must be directed
by human
John L. Carney, jr., of Lake Weir,, bands pioneers. With desperate courage
O'Neal to the
the : bolls.
republican nominee for opn The arms carrya the Japanese continued to close in

Fla.The superintendent of public instruction, chain u-ith hooped teeth, adjustedlike upon the fortress, progressing stage We ijats
funeral took place this after the chain of a bicycle.] When by stage. The Bought
elected, there is but one thing for the I Japanese infantry
noon at 3 o'clock at the residence of machine is in operation this chain never failed to respond'when asked to
them to do and that is to vote for revolves rapid:,y and the AND
curved hooks
his: son-in-law, J. II. Turnley on Wolfe, now the party nominee-the gather up the staple the' instant it t positions make an,assault and when] on almost the troops impossible gained I The Latest Styles

Greenwood avenue with service touches the boll
by open and
same as Grady is the party nomineein carries the a foothold, they generally held it with
Dr. A. McFerrin.. Interment was place of Koonce. cotton upward until it is flecked off unflinching determination. Dress Hots
In Greenwood cemetery.The a receptacle by a revolving brush. --- I And We're
COURT The machine: carries four Selling at
HOUSE operators
DEDICATED. Outposts Constantly
following gentlemen acted Firing.
as and a driver, for each of.whom a com General Kuroki's .
pall bearers: )(. II. Clark Dr. F. J fortable seat is Headquarters, ins I
provided. There
i the I
Stands on Spot Once Occupied by Field, Via Fusan, Nov. 3.'W'hen.ever Dress Hats $1.50 to
Runyon, R. Ledbetter, S. D. Wade, State Capitol. no necessity for any bending or stoop a Russian or a Japanese exposes I The Lowest Prices \ 600.

1V. II. Louisville Ga. ing on the part of the operative, and his he Walking i Hats
Turnley and W. H. Wright. Nov. 3.Jeffersoncounty's all he is required to do is to direct head draws the fire of an oppo SOC to $2,75
Clarksville)] (Tenn.) Times. beautiful new courthouse was the well balanced nent. A constant exchange of shots
formally dedicated in the presence of and nicely adjustedarms between the outposts continues daily. --- -

Not Struggling For Commerclal'Su several hundred people. of the machine. It is estimated The Russian casualties from sniping
that each
The board of county commissioners arm should gather up one are large.
premacy.We were the boll per second at a very slow rate of S The
guests of the mayor and Chinese are busy carting ingrain
were told yesterday that Tam council of speed, making 4SO bolls per minute Boston
Louisville along
at a banquet preceding for and between the lines of Store
pa enjoyed a freight rate of twenty- the dedication exercises. four operators, or 28,500 per both armies, and are almost indifferent

hour. As the
eight cents a hundred from New Colonel William L. Phillips presided bolls early in the seaj j to the shooting.

York and Major J. C. C. Black, of Augusta son average 60 to SO. to the pound, one OCALA, -
on certain -
of dress machine FLORIDA.
can pick from
3,500 to
delivered the dedication address 4,801 Russian Report a Quiet Night. ,
goods against sixty-five pounds per days of 10
cents to Jacksonville hours. One of St. Petersburg, Nov. 3-General Sake !

and a much lower rate from The new court house !is erected on these machines with four boys and a haroff telegraphs under today's date --

: New Orleans. Tampa, said this par the spot where the old state capitol driver pickers.can do the work of 20 average that last night was qui the Japanese I :

ty, is in a position to supply stood. It cost $45,000, and is one of showing marked signs of recommencing I OPPOSITE CITY HALL. .
every the handsomest court houses in south r the offensive against the Russian I 0. BOX :n s.

retail merchant in the interior, bat Georgia Assaulted by Workmen. left wing. They have also reoccupied H. n. HUNP. R"SUCCESSOR

the wholesale merchants have the village of Sandiapu
not Pollc-o-sh
T-p e ?t rer. Columbus, Ga., Nov. 3.-H. R. near "
yet learned the ABC in the alpha Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 3.-Aa; unknown litzer, formerly of Columbus, who went right the Hun Bank.river in front of the Russian tOO. A. OTMTER, ,

bet of enterprise and hustle and da negro snatched pocketbook recently to Tate, Ga., to accept a position GUN AND LOCK WORK
from a woman the A SPECIALTY.-
not know taat on streets Tuesday with a marble works as draftsman I
they enjoy a cinchand I Russian
L afternoon and Destroyer Departs.
fled. He
was was seriously
could easily become masters in chased wounded by a Che Foo, Nov. 3.-The crew of the KEY mum TRUNK
so closely by the police that workman who made what Is said to Russian REPAIRING SAW FlUNG i
the field of wholesale trade, traffic ]ta jumped In the rtver. As he jumped, have been an unprovoked attack upon torpedo boat destroyer RyeBhitelnl EIC.

and commerce. two policemen fired at him. He sankat him, inflicting a very dangerous wound I t harbor which was cut out of this Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference
Aug. 12 by the
once,and never came up. on the side of his head. ... Japanese, departed OCALA, .
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of this estabishment. Words to

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i \K\A n Ax pretty hats have not yet bees coined,

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\ Mt. Vernon, I

: : Cascade and I

flLRau fj : .. W i .a ntt9. OthHGrade

.... -- I I Whiskies.
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torpedo boats With the trawlers were FOOTLIGHT ROMANCE. Ivy street He reported the find al' 8

POSITION OF ARMIESIS l Japanese, has been received in Japan | once to Coroner Stamps. Headquarters for
I lI with a mixed feeling of Indignation j Cousin of Judge Alton B. Parker 1 to: The whole affair is bound In mys;

and derision. Wed. tery. The dead man is not known to I Anheuser-Bush Beer
STILUJNCHANGED ; It is officially declared in the most Toronto, Oct. 31.-A pretty romanceof any of the people living inline vicinity ,

I positive terms that the Japanese have interest to a large circle of society and did not belong to the house in
I neither purchased nor ordered a single people In Toronto has culminated which he was found. The cabin has I I Bottle and Draught.Write .

Russians Keep Up Brisk Fire I torpedo boat in England since the in the announcement at St. Louis not been occupied for a year, and
outbreak of the war.: I' of the engagement of Miss Grace Parker as it stands rather remote from travel :
on Jap Lines. for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We
Lyon. a favorite cousin of Judge: no one had examined it of late.
""- FOR MAN. j Alton B. Parker, to William Flaville The man had been dead several want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

LATTER SELDOM RESPONDS.No I Prizer. formerly a baritone soloist in days it might have been as much aa
Mother and Wife Both Wronglj this city. a week. There were no signs of a
Active or Pronounced Changes Identifies Body in New York. An accident threw tile two young struggle in the cabin, though It seemed ; i OCelLA HOUSE WINE ROOMS,

Have Been Reported From the The- New York. Oct. 31.-George E.Wy.; people together in the cast of Sir Arthur as if someone had been staying
Certain gant, of Hackensack. N. J.. received I Sullivan's opera "Patience," a there for a time at least. The mantelpiece OCALA
of War-Japan ,
word that his oldest son, Jphn H. Wy-; little over a year ago at the Metropolitan in one of the rooms had been I ,
Reports by Russia.Headquartersof gant, had been killed in the D., L. & Opera house,.,New York, when torn down and a number of planks !
Qs....ssses.........881.! .
Left Arny (General W. railroad tunnel at Hoboken. The Miss Lyon's mother gave a brilliant had been secured and put in the fireplace
,* i ; 28.-3 man's wife had identified the body aa I amateur performance of "Patience" for for the purpose of making a
Oku's) in the Field, Oct. p. -
that of her husband, and Mrs. George charity. I : -
of the ar-
via Fusan-r-The position fire.The
m. the in Jersey deceased lying in a corner
The Russians E. Wygant went to morgue Three nights before the was .
roles are unchanged. identified the body a: perform-I at the time of the discovery
continually searching the Japanese City and ance the leading barytone of the room THE CLUB HOUSE.
are with their artillery firing; that of her son.Arrangements. a severe cold. One of Mrs. Lyon's I his face and arms and the
lines were then made tc friends advised her cf the presence of larger part of his body completely
with seldom any reply;
night and day The Japanese have the body sent back to Hacker : Mr. Prizer in the city en business, and covered by a big coat. His clothes ,
from the Japanese. and Sexton Arthui I a little better than the ordinary
burial were
sack for said: -
army is now enough working****.* the for all Yentai mil- I Friend, of the First Reformed church.. l "He is the man you want. He I la about the same kind worn by the average Cuisine First Class. Rates Reasot able,
mines digging I
; : tie admir business man.
was notified to dg gnve. socially acceptable, and has an
Is uvlieved by; I
It .
Mary purposes. The eider Wygaht had just finished able baritone voice." The murdered man was one-legged!
mining experts that they can double arrangements for the burial when h< His success was overwhelming, and His crutch was lying by his side and Refurrjisrjed) Throughout) Special Rates by Month\

the output. receives' a telephone message frog was second only to the hit made by; near him was placed a handsome black f
has beeschanged
The guage Yental of the and railway quantities of the supposed Cead man, who declareJhe Miss Lyon. The acquaintance commenced wallet which was apparently his prop -
was alive and*w ell: I behind the footlights was continued erty. ---- -
supplies and ammunition are arriving. Mr. Wygant: is pretty well along! I'I and by springtime the courtship MRS. THOS. J. BARNES. PHOP

'in years: but he ?:Lurried along! thE was so well developed Mrs. Lyon --, ___ __
Confirmed. -
Reports Are street at a lively gait to tell tM had given her consent to the engagement Indicted Banker Dies.

Tokio. Oct. 29.-4:30 p. m. Official of: sexton to postpone the grave digging though it was not formally Binghamton, N. Y., Oct. :31.-TracJ. -- !
reports confirm the press and to tel! the dominie: to forge! .i announced hntil on a recent visit to R. Morgan, a former mayor of Binghamton >
the capture of Waitaoshan by the Jap the service. The mother was also co { her Esopus home Mrs. Lyon was prevailed died at his home in this city;
anese on Oct. 27, adding that at tified to stop the further purchase cmourning upon by the young people to aged '86 years. Mr Morgan was the :THE FAIR.
O'clock of Oct. 28, the enemy Waitaoshan opened, garments and there was I! make the engagement public. 0I I I cashier of the Broome County National I

& vigorous fire against general rejoicing in the hoaip. The wedding will take place in New I bank and treasurer of the Chenan-
firing in the afternoon. A j i Savings bank the wrecking NO TROUBLE TO CALL
but stopped York and Judge Parker will be pres- ,I go Valley ;
strong force of the enemy assembled Mme. Calve Touring Germany. t of which institutions precipitated the -
I lent. t .
a{; Kanglajensfcaa and Russian guards Berlin, Oct. 31.Mme. Calve is Mr. Prizer for some time was with I bank panic of 1894 in this city. Mr I FOR YOUR ORDERS. :

holding the heights north of Pinniulu touring Germany for the first time. chonu in the "Princess Chic" company Morgan had been under indictment Eor line
disappeared. In the I eocoais f anything in the grocery
completely "Carmen"yesterday evening of these banks but %
Pao have She sang in but abandoned ,the stage for since the collapse t
other directions an artillery duel occasionally to a sold-out house, and had manj business two years ago, and is located : owing to his great age and physical U6 .wrrrr '' -we have facilities for calling

occurred. recalls, but it was remarked that the in .D.Jstl:- I, infirmity, the case was never brought c for and delivering what you
majority of the audience did not participate to trial.
i Japan Denies Report in the enthusiasm. The critIcs IN LONELY CABIN BODY FOUND. want, and will have a man at

Tokio Oct. 29.- 2:30: p. m.-the report praise her singing and acting un I 1 I Ohio flanks Close Doors. / your door every day if you so

in the statement of an officer on stintedly, but generally reject MmeCalve's .t Supposed Murder Discovered Near I ,Lima, 0., Oct, 3L-The Lima Savings ,f, instruct us. Our goods are fresh
Russian battleship Emperor conception of Carmen Hi making Atlanta, Ga. ? '
board faile4to '
Baltic I Bank and Trust company and "brightand the prices we
Alexander III, with the Russian her a fine lady in Paris salonsinstead Oct. 31.-A white man ,
Atlanta because
doors today
Spain, to I I r open its sst will convince that it will
squadron now at Yigo, of a simple cigarette girL whose name is unknown supposed to inability to meet its clearings and because '
the effect that there were foreign torpedo Parser at worK on.Speech. I have been murdered was found Friday of the demand by a local ban: be to your interest to patronizethis

boats among the Hull trawlers ;;opus, Oct., 31.-Immediately on afternoon in a cabin in the center ing house that it immediately take iv. this store.

when they were fired upon recently by his return to Rosemount from New of a 4O-acre lot near the federal $3,000 of rediscounted paper.: T>
the Russian warships and that the York Judge Parker began the preparation prison. largely hel; HALL
stock 0( the concern was B L. Prop.
said to hare will deliver at :
Japanese {pvernment was of the speech he The body was found Friday afternoon IB Toledo. ::::" ,
purchased torpedo boats in England the, Madison Square Garden Monday night fcr, John, NeaL who lives at 183 ,, ,- .

coupled, with the insinuation that ,. .. -
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--- -- -- --; NORTH SEA INCIDENT.- --- '- lr-\.:\ 7G= ",='r-r::"'Gn.)6ti; .::Wit:.uGdlGgr; !!JC! !!-,'LfZt: u!!.:-!R 3tr7:! : '1C-"" I F,... '-i', f D1t'ts 1IHI
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Cur Nicholas Approves Settlementby From Sunday's Daily. bare just received our Fall line I"

Tribunal.St. The Presbyterian synod will mel In .
LATE MINE HORROR Petersburg. Oct. 29.813 p. tu. the Presbyterian church Tu?! The North sea incident will be set ing at o'clock. The rething moderator Pay 4 F I? ,
will preach the opening sermon.
tied by an international corsinissioo
It Wai Caused by a Dust This is absolutely assured. Sessions 6f the synod will be heM daily You have littll: h tniiu H
from 9 a. m. to 12: m., and from :::30 to tiny II I r1i "
IF I '
Explosion. The British propo-al: submitted to i0/ p. m. The evening hours will be v M. I r

Russia was to refer the QUistion tu from to S:IS. Preaching services will (OR s l : i'j
-- a commission under articles nine anal be held In the evening. The public is : f j

NO BODIES ARE RECOVERED. fourteen of the Hague contention! and invited. to all the services and to the ...... hink1l1:: of (" )IIill: !1 .
)usne"s sessions also. These hours
-- a certain number of officers of the are fixed so as not to conflict with the I F01. .'l'iiltl) l 1 lot') ft I l LIIII.lo. The largest stock in Ocala. We give you
Coronet Believes that There Were 21
Russian squadron competent to give Nuifederate veterans' reunion. You

Men In the Mine Instead of 60 as testimony were to be left behind. can go to both.Follow OR E the best values for the least money.

Russia's proposition submitted to ing ate the names of the' delegates .: ,..
Has Betn Reported-The Explosion Great Britain through Ambassador and the homes In which they 1'Oll .It.8ire to ill"l-.t: in i111ti

Caused Roof of Mine to Cave In. Beackendorff declares that the a Ill be entertained: I If kind of FlorMa ill"},t'rty" i Chambers Shoe
Htv. 1... R. Lynn, Mr. S. J. Dart ow, Company,
Trinidad. C o., Oct. 31.-Coroner S. being desirous of shedding the fullest f'a1atk\-\r, and MIS.:: 1l{. Nelson.

8, lli,.n bid begun an inquiry into light on the North sea Incidoat. Rev. B. L hiker Iol\tkello-\irs TO SEE | The Cue Tries! Ecsss.OPERAIHOUSE .

tH fatal explosion! which occurred proposes that the whole question be Robe:.t Blake.Rev. Dr.: Waddell Archer-Mrs. OR WRITE BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA. 4

jttttrday afternoon in Terico Mine :No.I submitted to scrupulous investigation i L Chambers
owned by the Rocky Mountain Coal by an international tribunal. Foreign! I f Rev. Paul F. Brown II JacksonvilleMrs. \! i@J1I! I QiiiJJii&; !! 'IL.i'! :Uiii ESg:; l U !:adrtMjgiinllSgljjjtSjEH; ) ) "tI

ud Iron company, an adjunct of the Minister Lamsdorff after his audience -: Jack Camp. J J. Na H.lIYINGn H & SOIIS
Cbfontdo Fuel and Iron company. with the emperor at Tsarkoe Selo this Rev 0. M. Gordon Mr. Thomas Mc- ,

Tb6 report that CO men were in the afternoon, officially informed .Ambas Creedy. Micanopy-tits. Weihe GALA.. FltRIIA.
sador Hardinge of the character of. Rev. J, I. Norris, Orlando-Mrs. II. L. C. I I. G ACE
ailce at the Ume-. of the explosion is Anderson .
"W *." tald be corofaCT- after via the Russian proposal no direct replying Rev W. S. :Milne St. PetersburgMrs. -
be given to Great Britain's Successor to Central Lumoer Co.
propo .
JUfij the scene of the accident Robert Taylor.
r ". befit-Ie there were 21 men entombed slton. i Rev W. R Y. Wilkie Dunedin-Mrs. LOOKING AHEAD Dealer In
It is simply a question now of which Porter.Mr. .
In the mine% and that they ares Hugh Somerville, Dunedin-Mrs.II. Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Fl
.' government shall have the honor or Rough oringCening.and ,
l dead. L. Anderson. Persons In the Early Stages of Kid
"1 ti tUnk the explosion, which causes offering & solution the principle of'which Rev T. P. Hay Gainesville-Mrs. D. ney Diseases Should Waste no Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

the roof of the mice to cave in, was both have decided upon, the outcome E. Mclver. Time in Making their Manufacturer of

a test explosion. of which appeared unimportantTho Rev. C. O. Groves, Braidentown-Mr. Kidneys Right Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door aDd
British J. J. Gerig. i
also for
The mine is veil ventilated with- the representation proposal of other provided b Rev. Dr. W. E. Boggs, Jacksonville, Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
powers <> If for.'t< that pain In the back
artificial derice bodies stop
set No were you
1st-Mrs. G. S. Scott.
Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I
sides Russia and Great Britain the am constantly
fred! on lome of these days are extremely ,
r* t at nigbt The mine isbur&ief Mr. 11. A. :McEachern Jacksonville you
and many of the bodies maybe commission Mrs. Sinclair.; liable to hare BrI ht'1 Disease or some receiving< Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

eraut i. thus making it impossible Rev. W. B. Cooper Umatma-\Irs. other form of kidney trouble. You are sizes.; Mail orders attended to promptly

e, to a Mru& exactly the cumber la MISS ASTOR WEDS. Chambers.Mr. B. C. Yancey, Umatilla-Mr.. I' Just as much in danger if you have dryness -

the _..- I KraybilL !! of the skin, headaches, restlessness,
There were o&ly two Americans in Brilliant Social Function Occurs !In Rev. Dr. Mickel Madison-Mr. Trox- nnusubl appetite and great thirst, or if r..Jii'--.r'---' J1W?--1I -1111 .

the .ta*. Garg e Bno4enburs and London City. ler. you notice a sediment! or cloudiness In the 11I11
London, Oct. SI.-Miss Pauline Astor Mr. A. L. Humphries, Live Oak.11'.
Ctaf* Hit** urine or other urinary Irregularltlel.FOLXY' WE EAT MEAT
daughter of William Waldorf Astor George Reese Pensacola Mrs. R. L.
AU tare otlsrts were Slars and Yexi- KIDNEY CcRK makes the klioeya .
was married at St. Marguerite's Anderson. i -
church, Westminster's shortly after 2 Rev. R. L. Meily, Fernandina-Mrs.Waterman. any .&o .. 0 etrnug. 4 War 544
Tfc I'Hteff'I bare not snowed4 .I .
yet Indications that theie ire la the 1'
o'clock this afternoon organs gn4)ttueat Wt' Wei .
Ie pawifttta* to the point where to Captain Spender Mr. II. J. Baker Fernandina-Miss !least disturbed, It should be taken rg 1\>4j J; / may eel
way "
the agtocr* w.t* working.EfctfcMttc -Clay. The Bishop of London, Dr. Annie Sharpe. i=ID ,1't: ..,..: : .. ''.').l.. it aloue Then U uo rlrr.hligr
all ; '
and until .
promptly regularly 151 / 11
In gram, canon, officiated and other Rev. Mr. Thompson, High Springs spmp :S" : "".
of the comber of in : ; .. lu .
men Mrs. Gillen. toms of kidney trouble have disappeared. rnJ k-_. -.. tough] rUl'i'I-ln tut., gtv
the 'r- "
clergy before
the arc o4e K&tely rag tor&svtn.from 2** to 60. They a very performed large assemblage.ceremony. Mr. John Eikel, \IikesviHe--\lr.. I j I This preparation is composed of the best -lt: :' f: ,::!. :, j., log U 'takfM slrentteb Ie dlHI

Enormous crowds outside watched KraybilL 1 known remedies employed by kidney 'ti Y l i' th :;: 'ti it. It
; a
to M Mreltri
The mta company offlclals bare Mr. Turnipseed, \IcIntosh-Ir. JakeBrown. I'" { i trh ::,., '.. :' PItY' In
and It but
specialists, help core
Bo wort of the number: working. They |: the arrival of the bride, bridegroom ...;.;:' s 4.t: ;.,.l". Y at buy hue rut'.t-h sere tai gw ;
form of trouble It -
deny that there were more than :21! j j I and wedding guests. The church Rev. C. E..Jones, Sanford-Mrs. Wa every kidney taken i pi! 'r' : 4E ... ./"
j which was tastefully adorned withflowers terman.' early. Thousands have testified to this ? ,,;; the tt..ncit'r and rbet+.,.
mra la the mine at the time of the 1
xpkKion, but miners today estimated and autumn leaves was crowd Rev. .I. M. Auld IaitlandGeneralDulloc.k. fact In even the most hopeless cases ll : A"'f'H?l J ...}-...' '/7) Pay a little mnrf If prrel kaMtdi

tb. number of missing men at 68. ed with distinguished personages, and I Rev. A. W. Pierce, Clearwater-Mrs. will always afford relief. :Fe. v _,r.r'fp..j, ; put ".w..hl..l....r .........
1 presented a brilliant scene when, to Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky. 5I \ I t \' I r-J.
i ,;:.!I 'fJ.\ ,,1. ;;:y' which will Ht
:' | mi
Trinidad Colo. Oct 31.-From the strains of a professional hymn, the I Captain White Clearwater-Mrs. I writes: Tor years I have been grentlj -< -":'i'r. ystr
tblrtto to sixty men lost their lives bride with her ten bridesmaid and i 1 Porter. ,, bothered with kidney and bladder trouble !ID ),' -,., ''a. :!:TV'.f' bones anti .rn Bjt t. ,rly

la a terrific explosion which occurred two pages in white satin cavilier suits, Rev. J. C. Caldwell, TaUlhaSSee-1 I and enlarged prostate gland. I used fID veins.EDWARDS .
I Mrs. D. E. :Mclver.
at mine No. 3 of the Rocky Mountain moved up the aisle to the chancel. delegate, (everything known to the profession without .
Lay Tallahassee-Dr. !
I'M sad Iron company at Tercio, 40 Mr. Astor gave away his daughter, I j ler., Ful-I relief, until I was Induced to use BROS.

miles west of Trinidad. The best man was Captain Claud t :tar. H. Curtis,,. Qulncy-\Iontezuma I I i FOLET'S KIDNEY CUBE. After taking m SCilN :2 and 4 City: )MarkH O'nln. I'ln.
The exact number of dead may nev DeCrespigny,. viceroy Curzon's aide- I Hotel. three bottles I was entirely relieved and

er be known as the mine is burning d e-camp. i i'ler.' ::\11'. S. J. Gamble Wildwood-Dr. Ful- I I cured. I prescribe it now dally In my b. S !M! :::I!! !jrFacJo; ; ; _

and in all likelihood the bodies will At the close of the ceremony a reception 1 Lay delegate, Orlando-:Mrs.: R. L. I I I practice and heartily recommend its use -. -- -- -- -- --- -
be ceaftumed. A large number of was held at No. 18 Carlton Anderson. to all physicians for such troubles, for I

mice officials left here as soon as word house terrace. I Lay delegate Braidentown-Mr. :\ -can)I I honestly state I have prescribed It hi "
of the accident Captain and Mrs. Spender Clay subsequently phy, I "RfUeT 1R
was received. The i hundreds of cases with perfect icccest.* [ A MOMENT.Have [
company doctors were picked up along started for Clivedon LJ.V Delegate Gainesville-Mr. Geo.MacKay. I I .

the line as well u all available phyida&s. where they will spend the honeymoon. I PostottifH tJrUQ torr,,
In a dition to tress the following
j !secretaries" of the church committees. you decided on tthe kind of (
E. J. Foreman a government stock NEW LOTTERY SCHEME. i, will be present: Rev. Dr. II. S. Chester, fertilizer *
iI you are going to tti. It'snot
Inspector. was at Tercio when the explosion I j''ForegnIi! sions, Nashville Tenn.;
occurred lie returned and New York City Flooded With Bundles, ,. Rev. Dr. Phillips, Young People's Societies 0 ,l I ;t a question of how ice. but
the | of Tickets. I Richmond Va.; Rev. Dr. Sne- to 1 what kind '
gave following account of the affair i j 1 I J decer Colored v\n n best rt tttt
: New York, Oct 31.-This city hag 1 Evangelization Tall can he obtaineil. You onn't mfe
dega Ala.; Rev. Dr. T. H. L:1wmerI- a
The mine In which the accident occurred been flooded with bundles of lottery (can Bible Society Spartanburg, S. C.; .- mistake when you use, ottr Ieiie > is
employs SO men ,and !it is be tickets sent out from Chicago accompanied Rev., : Dr. Gaines, President of Agnes- fertilizers.
Hewed tbat at least CO were in the by literature. offering liberal 1 : 'Scott Institute Decatur, Ga. ; ; ,
dine at tbe time. :News of the explosion commissions on sales and bearing the Ji:' Baptist Association Adjourns. Highest cish price I juld fwdrf ]collie.
brought assistance from the edJuect name of a man well known in many I.
ramps, and hundreds of men cities for years through connection The Marion Baptist Association, 1

were trying to enter the mine. Deadly with the criminal annals of lottery which has been convening in Ocala FLORIDA FE3TILIZER MF'G. "O ?AY .

tames overcame the rescuers fr&- swindles. i for several days, adjourned Frida i Calnesvlllt. fl..
qnrstly, but their places Immediately The new ticket Is designed to great-I Dr. Stones, of Palatka, preached the
were taken by others ready to rib k ly resemble that used by the old Louisiana closing sermon Friday morning to a

thEir live It was not thought possible ,. lottery and its payment ostensibly large congregation and it was greatly UNIVERSITY -- u .t"

that any one in the mine couldescape guaranteed by socalled banks In enjoyedThe -

death. .I LaSalle street Chicago and New Or- association will meet next year -OF- McMillan Bros
Nearly all the miners employed areSlats leans The man whose name appears at Mclntosh. '

The explosion is supposed to !in the affair has been arrested Mr. W. D. Cam was reelected '

tart wn" caused by dust. frequently, the last known instance moderator; J. A. Crosby, clerk and Southern
having been in June, when he wastAk.en J. P. Reddick, treasurer. FLORIDA; J Copper Works
Resume In all respects the meeting was a
To Full Time. from the "bank" in Chicago and profitable one.

IrorWecce, R. I.. Oct. 31.otlce( held under $5,000 bond on charges of A hearty resolution of thanks was

has been posted at the cotton mills sending lottery tickets through the tendered to the people of Ocala: for Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
cf the Hope company in the villages mails. their hospitality.

of Hope and Phoenix that beginning Under the present scheme there la and General Metal
Monday fall time will be resumed. Tbe to be a drawing for oil lands in the : FIRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR Workers. r

mills watch employ about 450 hands, state of Louisiana, Nov 15, and buyers CHRONIC
have bn running four days $er week of the tickets are ,supposed to I ba

lore early! summer on, account of the securing options on. portions of then BODY A New Gymnasium Old Stills taken in exchange for
BBSUtfactory conditions in the Cottparket. property. splendidly Equipped. new ones. Patching
through the
sORE /TTTVT A country a specialty. Orders by
The Lonsdale company, employing 1V111N LJ fV. Large Faculty of Most WIre will man e'r
about 3.500 bands and operat- JAPANESE LABORERS. Scholarly Specialists receIve prompt attentIon at either 01 UJ-e
follrwmg works .
MORAL Q Oursirtto: .
tar textile mills in Lonsdale .
AshtonID4 o.
Their Invasion of the American Industrial Wheeling, W. Va., May Sound Morals the Basis
other Citizenship.
points in Vie Blackstone'vaitejr.
t Field. Some, years ago while at work, I
also posted notices today of Chicago Oct. .-The invasion of over a truck and severely injured bofb Adirsss: THE: PESSISSST' Lake City, Pi L. FAYETTtl/ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH
1 the resumption of a full time schedule I the American industrial field of my shins. :My blood became poisonedas GA
OQ Monday A schedule of four days a result, and the doctor told me I MOBILE
week bas been in force for three Michael.laborers is feared by President would have running sores for life, andthat \\McI7ER and 111ACL1env ) ALAlllllliliillllli11111111111IIiIiII
of if
weeks. Donelly, the Butcher Work they were healed up the result ..
men's union. To head off the Japanese would be fatal. Under this discouraging'

I Donnelly will introduce a resolution report I left off their treatment and resorted --, _..
Session Second"
Meeting. to the use of S. S. S. Its effects
8t Louis, Oct. 31.-President E. H. at the convention of the Federation were prompt and gratifying. It took "!" "! "! "!" "!" "! "! "
Bacon, of Milwaukee, presided at of Labor in San' Francisco next only a short while for the medicine to UIIIi-111lfiillillllllllllllllfflUfiL' " ,, ,

opening session of the second meet theymonth calling for the enactment of tirely cure up the sores, and I am not

of the Interstate commerce law contention s legislation United States.excluding them from the the dead sores as the ever doctors broke out intimated again., nor Some h a1z FUNERAL | STANDARD PIANOS: 1la

held today on the world's fair years have elapsed since what I have described -- ....
grounds. The object of this convention The matter was brought to Don- occurred. Havingbeensosignally DIRECTORS. -
t it for the purpose of devising nelly's attention by a ,caU made onto benefitted by its use I can heartily recommend :-:: oar tlirtj jeiri cf 3:

mWUrfl to expedite legislation M. Okajima, a Japanese, who was s re k- it as the one great blood purifier. -I :: perfeai we hue hat! "::":*:

rtf greater effectiveness to the instate ter.lug information regarding conditions Joan W.' FuNDI. Have a full stuck of Coffins. Oa&kets ;- every OS2AI
Care Sclnnnlback Brewing Co. rw:?. ==
commerce law act. The leading I in the packing plants. and Burial Outfits. Special given to :-: / kxcw w.

address was delivered by John D. Rerun Mr. Okajima asked if the Japanese Chronic sores start often from a pimple Burial services. thou 'WMh art belt .3 i

of New York city, who spoke on would be admitted to the union. Mr.[ scratch, bruise or boil, and while :-: aiartei to cur trrz:1Z slat: ::::
Tbe importance and necessity of legUUtioa Donnelly showed the constitution of salves, washes and powders are beneficial, Embalming to Order 5 co: t1ns. Wa ta'! 3
to give the act great effectlrenets. the labor organization, which cfnta1nsnothing unhealthy matter in the blood must fiat
cU I
be driven
out or the sore will continueto pima to yczr
Gr1.r ==
operating against the ..
I or. eat and spread. S. S. S. reachesthese ..
An address was delivered by S. H. signers old sores through the blood, removes Burnett 5 We hOl' to lea to 7.1 at! = ;

Irwin, of Fort Worth, Tex. "I am sure" however," said President all impurities and poisons, builds 7 rchllJrea. Ta d: tila! vt =ianst
Donnely "that the up the entire system and strengthens
members of E;
Unveil Confederate 'Monument. the union would not consent to receiving the circulation. S. S. S. is a blood Merchant TSZiT P2CP12 SI3BT. ::: i
Raleigh N. C.. Oct. '31.-At Tar K> purifier and tonic combined. Contains E; A Pleas::0 tj wai fat
Japanese, and the membersare no mineral cia. w
ro the confederate veterans and whatever ::: .
greater than the constitution." but is guaranteed : :...::
ten of the Confederacy unveiled a Tailoring. ..
monument to the confederate'dead of able.purely If havewrite --
His Condition you

Edgecomba the monument One that cf of the Henry namesoa A. Cincinnati .Oct 31.-Improving.Archbisiop Elder S S S us an and old our sore physicians Ocala, Florida. I EN CAMPBELL' !

Wyatt, who was the first soldier killed and, ;who whose has condition been ill for was. several la.stnight days: without will charge.Dock advise. Finest Imported and 1 S S-iIT CO.

e la a regular engagement duringcivil the reported serious, is" decidedly Improved on diseases Domestic Cloths. ,

War today. of the Blood free. Cutting'a SpecialtyFits Headquarters, Jacksonville |
The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Gib; Guaranteed.Jerry oar Fla.

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PAID PENALTY OF CRIME. in the Courts of Record a&d In NOTICE OF ELECTION. :
shall not
iRNiVAL OF CRIME NOTICE OF ELECTION. "Section 20, The Legislature
all criminal cases originating In the Circuit pass special or local laws In any of the
Courts. The shall
have the
Flournoy Hanged for Double Murderin 'Whereas, The Legislature of 1903 un- er to Irene writs court of mandamus, certiorari pow following enumerated cases: that Is to say. To the Sheriff of Marion county( the ttalt .
State of of
eer the Constitution of 1SS5 of regulating Jurisdiction and duties Florida:

4 BIRMINGHAMFoar Burke County. Florida did pass seven Joint resolutions prohibition and also all quo writs warranto habeas corpus any class of officers or for the punishment IT KSOWX, THAT I. H. CLAY CRAW.FO .

Waynesboro Ga., Nov. 2. SampsonFlournoy I' proposing amendments to the Constitutionof the complete exercise necessary of Us or Jurisdiction.proper to of crime or misdemeanor; except for the BE D, Secretary of Mate ol the Mate .f
; the State of Florida and the came were enforcement of special local laws regu- Florida,do hereby Live none that a Grant
paid the penalty of his crimeof agreed to by a vote of three-fourths of all Each of the Justices shall have power to lating the practice of courts of justice: Election will be heM in Marion couat,, state

double murder by hanging Tues the members elected to each bouse; that Issue writs of habeas corpus to any part providing for changing venue of civil and of Florid, on TuexHay next .uccet:iaf ,,
Men Have Been Killed of the State upon petition by. or on behalf fir,t -.0ud3> in November. A.D. 1904. the .U
In day The fall was 8 feet and his I the vote on Bald Joint resolutions were en- of any person held In actual custody. and criminal cases; granting divorces; changing Tuesday be.ngthe
their Journals with the of vacating roads
Past neck was broken and in 18 minutes tered upon respective may make such writs returnable before names persons; Eighth Day of Ai did determine
Fifteen Hours. yeas and nays thereon and they himself or the Supreme Court. or any .$ summoning and Impaneling! grand and petit
was pronounced dead by t'e attend find direct that the said joint resolutions juries and providing for their compensation For live presidential rlector
\ lice thereof before Circuit Judge
or any of the lilt
For one representative mgrewuw
of the of
be submitted to the for assessment and collection
ing physicians.The and when not returned to the Supreme ; aldistrict of KlorvU in the fifty-ninth OMgrrM
TRAGEDY AT ACARD TABLE crime for which : State at the general election in November,1'Court, an appeal to that court shall a!. taxes for State and county and municipal of the United State
Mournoy was 1904. 'was lie. rurpoees; for opening and conducting elections For governor of the tate of Fterkl.

hanged was committed in July on the I Now therefore, I, IL Clay Crawford''i'i Sectlon.U of article F of the Constitution for State and county and municipal For secretary of state of the state 01 Ptkeid

Cunt at Negro Wedding; Raised Dis. plantation of M. H. McElmurray. near Secretary of State of the State of Florida' of the State of Florida. Is hereby amended officers and for designating the places of For attorney. enrr the l ol the state ol VlarWU of Ft.TMA.
of real estate belonging For comptroller Mate
4o hereby give notice that a voting; for the sale
turtuncft and Killed the Alexander in Burke Flour so as to read as follows: tIC For treasurer of the Ute of KtorKia.
of decedents and
Preacher county. to minors. estates
\ GENERAL ELECTION j f "Sec. IL The Circuit Courts shall have For supr-intendent of public intruci4 el

Striking Miner Killed by a Negro coy met a party of white men, who will be held In each county In Florida on'exclusive original Jurisdiction In all cases persons laboring under legal disabilities; the state of 11orida.P"'cnmmu..ioDu.
regulating the fees of officers of the Stat4
the first Monday In equity. Also In all cases at law not of agriculture of tilt sat
were fishing in Briar creek. The Tuesday next succeedlhg ,
f or county or municipalities; giving effect of Florida.Fur .
Who in all
Was Fatally Wounded. cognizable by Inferior courts and
party were Evans Tomlin, Ed :Minor, In November. A. D. 1204 the said Tuesday cases involving the legality of any tax assessment to informal or Invalid deeds or wills; legitimizing cue justice of the supreme cotwtftf tILe

U1rmIibaa. Jones Tomlin and Sam Minor. Flour being the or toll; of the action of ejectment, children; providing for the adoption state of Flonda for sis year
Ala. Nov. 3.-Within Fnr th in-ticesof the K1e1 tin
EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER and of SLA: actions Involving the titles or of children; relieving minors from legal supreme

tto p.' bllmra hours lour men have noy accused Ed Minor of having his for the ratification or rejection of the_sald'boundaries of, and_of, all crtml- disabilities. : and for the .establishment of state of one Florida.For iuoad. commissfoner |,,r Jhe Mate

bcfn k"--U' ami one fatally wounded boat paddle and becoming enragedleft Joint resolutions proposing amendments ta nal cases not cognizable by inferior courts; f--4- of Florida.
the Constitution of the State of Florida.1!and original Jurisdiction of action of fordb'e -: Section 24, article 3. of the Caaetttution3f t-or two member of Ihe house of rcproenla.
Lu per*o&J altercation In the Dir. them declaring he Xras going to ]I I *ts: !! entry and unlawful detainer, and ol < the State of Florida ta hereby amended lives 01. tut state of Honda

IIUD,"_ dtttrlct. have them arrested. I I such other matters as the Legislature may i so as to read as follows: Vnr vi.*v judge.

He I' ARTICLE Sil.I ,provide. They Shall have final appellate "Section 24. The Legislature shall establish For sberi1l.
At l>.Ufeurg Jack Yarbrough a went over a mile to the home I for cierKuf the circut court.
jurisdiction in all civil and criminal caset a uniform system of county government

: D1.rrb&nt an4 J, V. 1'hlllips a miner of Minis McElmurray and borrowedhis .I folioI ; arising in the County Court or before the :: It shall divide nrnnlrfpalttlea Into For For tax count collector.Forcuuty assessor. ot taxes.

'UTff't over a of cards and gun telling him he wanted to.I That the amendment to tn, County Judge. and of all misdemeanors game
a kill i Constitution of the State of Florida beaM and civil cases tried In the Courts of Record. ',of population; it shall establish for' For superintendent of public lattractiov.
Intn shooting followed. Yarborou an aligator. He returned to the the same Is. hereby agreed to, and, of judgments or sentences of any IUVH"rich class a mill system of government > For county surveyor.For .

;h wu kll!" Inrtaatly and Phil creek and without warning, opened shall be submitted to the electors of the nlciral court and of all cases arising before -' ; it all provide for the re- five county commusiontri. .

Ups dl! several hours later. fire on the crowd, killing Ed Minor and Plate at the g&neral election In November,, Justices of the Peace In counties in'!Incorporation of each now existing municipality For three members of the coutny board oli
Jesse 1904. for ratification or rejection. which there is no County Court or Court and for the incorporation of each i public instruction.
Ytrburough, oa of the dead man. is Evans Tomlin and seriously wounding Section 6 of article 8 of the Constitution of Record. and supervision and appellaU hereafter to be Incorporated mrmkJpalltj r For just!Ice of the peace ia and for the f How.

JO j&U cbart-ed with killing Philips.At Sam Minor. Jones'Tomlin escaped. of the State of Florida Is herebj, Jurisdiction of matters arising before Coun.1''Into one of such classes and no'law relating in Number?justic districts, VII:
amended so as to read as follows: ty Judges pertaining to their probate juris to tho creation government or pow.ff' one. *
Flournoy fled and after being Number two.
Cardiff. \V M. Mulkln. a white! pursued Section 6The Legislature shall provti
mine striker, applied the epithet for a night and day was captured for the election by the Qualified electors a minors and of such other matters as tht'nidpalUles less than the whole of a clan, Number four. .
each county of the following county offlcers .. Legislature may provide. The Circuit Number five
"bIACk.ltt. | by James W. Chance and lodged shall be valid. _
to Terry Uurns. a egraBloer Courts and Judges shall have power to Number six.
: Section 8, article 8, of the Conttitutioa o{
and a pistol duel followed. Mul t in Jail Waynesboro.. Sheriff Me- A Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Shertfl Issue wrtta of mandamus Injunction. QUO I the State of Florida la beveoy repealed.i Number seven.

kin wn snot through the brain but, Elmurray fearing he would be lynched. Constable, a County Assessor of Taxes, i,, warranto, certIorari, prohibition habeai I Number Number eight.nine.

| carried him to Augusta, wnere he re- County Tax Collector.,a County Treasurer [corpus and fill writs. proper or necessary i I The votea cast In com i Kny with set 1 Numbet teD.
Ilte4! for four hours.
Burns who h a Superintendent ot Public Instruction ana "
la jail here will die. having been shot t' malned until his trial.I County Surveyor.The I declaration and returns thereof shall b I Number twelve.
term of office of all county officer I I Section 24 of article 6 of the Constitution subjected to the same regulations and restrictions Number thirteeb.f .
through the lung I i' mentioned In this section shall be fou r.ot the State of Florida Is hereby amended' aa are provided by law for len Number fourteen.

At Dolomite, during a negro wed. ; NEWS TERSELY TOLD.A years except that the term of office o{""so as to read as follows: aral election In the State of Florida Number fifteen.
"Sec. 24. Upon the of \ Number tixteen.
Assessor of Ta application a majority Ia testimony whereof. I hate hareuat
die* drunken Rest raised a disturbnc o the County Taxes County : of the registered : Number sevelK.en. l
Collector and County Treasurer, shall be voters of any ,let my nana ana amxea the great seal ol Number eighteen.
and _hen the negro minister i recvotutrated i I for two years until the general election In county in this State the Legislature shall )the State of Florida at Tallahassee] tincapital. Number nineteen. .

with him he shot the second successful flight of an airship November, 1S06, at which election they also establish In such county a oourt of reo'( this the first day of August 4.. IX Numper twenty.
ord. and there shall be
one Judge for each
) prt1r.bff dea4. The of the iUcipau has been made at the St. Louis shall be elected for terms of four years ;1901L. Number twenty-one.
names par. each, and thenceforth all county officers of the said courts who shall be a. praotio-/ R) H. CLAY CRAWFORD Number twentv-two.
1 fair. ing attorney at law. and who shall be appointed Number twenty-three
la this tragedy have not been earned In this section shall be elected for jjecret yof .
by Governor and confirmed by Number twenty-four.
&nnA4. Reports from Birmingham state terms of four years. Their powers duties the Senate and who shall hold his office: To Perry U. Nuent, Sheriff Mal on County. Number twenty-five.
and compensation shall be prescribed by Number twenty.six.
for four The annual of -
years. salary the
I Lhat the West Pratt Coal lands have OUT-ON STrTlKC.
law. FIREMEN \ Number twenty-seven
Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly .
SEEKING TO PROBE MYSTERY. 0 1 1I been sold for 100000. by the county where such court la established Number Number twenty-nice.t.enty-eight.

I ARTICLE XXn. and shall be as follows: In counties Protection fora Number ;
The gin of Chestnut & Co., at Gaines. Huntsville Left Without
amendment or less than fifteen thousand popula- Number thirty one.
PeHte cf That the following to the
Montgomery Working Upon yUle Ala., was destroyed by fire Tues Constitution of the State of Florida IK; }. one thousand dollars; In counties ol Short While. For constable in and for the bllowinf jntkfstricts. :

Cat of Young Hendricks. t tiloatiumwy day and 150 bales, of cotton burned. and the same Is hereby agreed to and' from fifteen thousand to thirty thwsandl I Huntsville, Ala., Nov. 3.-During a .viz: .

Ala, Nov. 3.-The po0 Cashier Frank Mlddaugh, of the chall be submitted to the electors of th, counties population of from sixteen thirty hundred thousand to forty.I meeting of the city council members Number Number one.two. -

lkt *r. making effort to ferret State at the general election In 1901 foi into the umber three
bank Wyom. five thousand population two thousand of the fire department filed .
First National pf Cody ratification or rejection. uu oat the Djstery which surrounds the was killed by bank robbers Tuesday. Section 8 of article 12 of the Constitutor Jjflve{dollars thousand: and in population counties of twenty-four more than forty bun-I I council chamber and asked an increase Number fi'e.

4t& of James Hendrlck the young Is hereby amended wo aa to read as follows dred dollars; and all Criminal Courts of I of $10 a month in their wages. III j Number Nnmber .
Rev.V.. C. Cleveland, one of the Section 8. Each county shall be require 1 I
whose dead found (Record now established In this State .
man body was on shall The. increase was denied, and several Number ti ht.
best known Primitive Baptist eldersin to assess and collect annually for the support "{upon the adoption of this amendment, be Number nine.
the roof of a abed adjoining! the American the south died at his home 'in Cul- of public free schools therein a ta e,come and be Courts of Record as herein II of the firemen went out on a strike. Number ten.

Natiocal bank, : or not less than thee (3) mills nor mor 9 provided. and all officers of such Criminal For an hour the city had no protec-1 i Number eleven.
loden, Ga., Tuesday. than seven (7) mills on the dollar, of al]1 Courts of Record shall be officers of such I I Tumber twelve
Ileodrick WM dressed In his sol.41ft. that of the fire chief ana
tion except Number thirteen.
taxable property In the same. :jcourts, and discharge the duties and receive; I
uniform and his citizen's clothes Jack Averhart, a negro, was run ,tne emoluments or such uma the expiration? engineer but the force has since- -been Number Number fifteen.fourteen.

*er$ found at the armory of the Montjomery over and instantly killed by a Sea ARTICLE XXHL ,of their present term of office. filled with new men. Number sixteen.

Qrcji ot which company he board train In the railroad yards ia That the following amendment to the; Section 25 of article 6 of the Constitution -- --- -- -- Number seventeen
Constitution of the State of Florida be and of the State of Florida is hereby amended Number eighteen.

wa a member. A complete set of Atlanta Tuesday night the same Is hereby agreed to, and shall be EO as to read as follows: Number nineteen.

burglar's tools "m near by and on Advices from Alabama state there submitted to the electors :. the State at.I "Section 25. The Court of Record shall Number Number twenty.twenty-one.
In A. have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal
the general election November D.
Hendrtck's perioD was nitro-glycerine, ia a good rain falling in middle Alabama 1304 for ratification or rejection. cases, not capital, which shall arise In Number twenty-three.twentytwo.Number .

djnamKe, fuies a glass cutter and a breaking the drouth of eight Section 13 of article 5 of the Constitution j Bald county and of &\1 cases at law la Number twenty-four. .-

weeks' duration in that section. ihall be and Is hereby amended so a.s tread which the demand or value of the property Number twenty five. <
tWM.T does cot exceed one thousand dollars Number twenty-ux.

podce b lle\e that Hendricks The Lewis and Clark exposition to Section as follows 18. The: Legislature may organ.. and concurrent with the Circuit Court. ,! Number Number twenty-seven.twenty-eight

bat two a eemplicea and that they take place at Portland, Ore., wants to Uo In sue1 counties as It may thick propej shall have exclusive jurisdiction of proceedlnga Number twthty-nine.

crackers attracted to County Courts which shall have Juriadlo.. relating to forcible entry and on Number thirty.
were prt safe obtain a number of the exhibits that lawful detainer of lands and tenements."
In which the demand 1\umberthlrt1oae.
tlon of all cases at law &
UoeuoAery by the street fair now inprorr. are at the world's fair at St. Louis. value of the property Involve*i Section of article 5 of the Constitution ej-w M In testimony whereof. t have bereaoto act
or Df the State of Florida Is hereby amended .. and were put to flight by shall not exceed five hundred dollars; o: qi I of the Mate of Florida at Tattahau -
The Masons of Rome, Ga., tendered so as to read as follows: 4\S ';trI
HtuUrlek't accidental death from anII.tUiC proceedings relating to the forcible entr; "Section 26. There_ hAll ba__ lib. term___ [ s [ see the capital this th. first day ofbeptenibr.
Grand Master Max Meyerhardt a reception n... ..1"wf't11. detention of lands and tenements -- ---- --- A. D 1904.
-- -------- -- Or the Court of Record la each 6'QTST
wire. year. I li CRA,WFOIID.
Tuesday night in honor of his and of misdemeanors and final appellate Section 27 of article 5 of the Constitution ,lrWrSHOO Secret, olfeuu,
r'a returned a ver- % civil arising in 9-2
Tie l1OfUB Jury election to that office for the sixth jurisdiction cases Peace. of the State of Florida Is hereby ) SASOI TJ Perry H. Nugent, hheriff Marion COlI at,.
T"diet ot death by electricity. The the courts of the Justices amended as to read as follows: fcb3k_ .
time. The trial of such appeals may be de novo -
: "Section 27. There shall be for each
friend* ol the dead man are the of the appellant The CountyJudge NOTICE
Joseph C. Hendrix, a well known at option Court of Tlocord a Prosecuting Attorney,
U&ed' beyond expression and cannot shall be the ,Judge of the CountyCourt to be named the County Solicitor who --
financier of New York, is reported to and shall be an attorney at law.
for bis action. Hendrick was ihall be appointed by the Governor and
and elected by the onaUfied I In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circmitol
fever man be
be very ill with typhoid Tktrt oonflrmed by the Ss.te and who shall .
very prominently connect d. entertained for his electors ot said county at the time when I bold office for four years. His conipensatton Florida in and for Marion cos sty.

grave fears are the said Judge Is elected. a. Prosecuting Attorney shall be fixed by law. I G. S. Scott. as Receiver, etc.. Complainant, "

PEACEABLE ELECTIONS recovery. for said county who shall hold office 1 I Section 33 of article 6 of the Oonstttu- :\Vm.endleton and Zemula;C. Pendletoa,

INSURES Following a celebration by her crew for four years. His duties and compensation ton of the State of Florida ia hereby Defendant
shall be prescribed by law. Bud amended to read follows
so as aa :
Mayor of Ntw Orleans Calls Upon all and a farewell dinner of the officers',: courts may be "& at the pleasure oJ 1 "Section 23. AH offenses triable In the ,,, rc'"L: ,. VT.L.1 herein IS ORDERED named. Wm THAT Pendleton THE DEPEDAXT and Zcmuia*

Parties to Help Him. the formal ceremony of putting out o the Legislature. Prwrrtm nt VL- fftrA sJiflll ba nrosnmitftrl rmm I C, Fendleton be and they are hereby required
auxiliary naval yacfcl Provided that all County Judges .holding-Information d08tbm; r-tt filed to appear to the bill ot complaint this cause
New Orleans Noi 1.-In an effort i commission Bald office at the ratification of this amendment I it any time whether the court ia In ae*> on or before

inJure a peaceable election on Tuesday 1, Mayflower has taken place at the navy shall continue in the exercise of the.don or not by the County Solicitor' but .tIoIIdt1iUhe2addaggo/JdnuarA. D./#.&,
today sum yard In Brookln. duties thereof according to their respective the grand jury of the Circuit Court for Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe

Mayor Capdevtelle commissions and until their Bucoenaora am the county In which said Court of Record Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla published once a week for eight 'cooaecutlteweeksin
mont the managers of the regular The Gautemalan schools have just duly Qualified. and provided further tht I Is held may Indict for offense triable ta the Qala Banner.
which Court shall hereafter Le of Record. Upon the Coding of Done this the iSth day of October. >. D. 1914.S .
Democratic and Home Rule parties. held their annual festivals in when any County the Court - -- --- T. slaTRt'NK.ClTk .
In this State, the the Circuit Judge shall I
The established in any county such Indictment Circuit CourtR.
Feeling has been running high dur 6,000 scholars participated. County Judge of said county shall hold his commit or ball the accused for trial In NOT lC. L. Anderson end W. Hockcr

ing the campaign and there has been children cheered President Cabrera office and perform the duties of Judge of the Court of Record. and the County Boo -- Solicitor lot Complainant. M A
is highly Court until his term <>f office of saM court shall Immediately file
that trouble might work In their behalf a the County ftdtor -a
whose the fifth
some apprehension thall expire. UIIrt.1n an Inform it ton, baled won lOCh In the Chant Court ul julcal Cic'tof

rwult The mayor told the leaders appreciated one. Florida, Marion County in Chancery NOTICE.In .

that be would like them to join with It is asserted in railroad cfrcles of ARTICLE XXIV. indtotment upon which information th William A. Cre-en. Cuuipiiuaul: vcou. *.H..rry
Green, jI.
him In preserving order at the polls Portland, Ore.. that E. H. Harrlcan &aj That the following amendment to the| accused shall be tried." the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Omit
fair election Southern railroad Constitution of the State of Florida be and Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution IS ORl>HRH> TIT TrJK DKKEN-
And in bringing about a the Columbia IT Theodi'ie Grten of.Florida in and for Marion county,
purchased amend herein, r.reei
the same is hereby agreed to and shall' of the State of Florida is hereby )
violence. 1 > may. the Dalles'to Shan- Grccii-Uiils. Green Melvni E. in Chancery
unattended with running from be submitted to the electors of the State 1 I BO as to read as follows: Mary

or promised that there would be an ad. iko a distance of 70 miles. The price at the general election in 1904 for ratifica.tion "Section 29. There shall be no Count I HTlijdoti.Ichi A Hodgdon.T.rli. Hn'j'Oii.Persis Clark.Walter Ellen HO\'cD. G. S. Scott,ts Receiver etc CorapWnant **,

force to meet all emergent said to be 1400000. or rejection: (!Court in any county where a Court of Reo- au>: her .banu. Ha r) h vcr. MicnieSiailev Benjamin P. Perry and kathy D. tem De
equate police paid is That section 1s of A*Jcle 9 of the Constitution ord Is established." and her bu n i jiseph Smtlcy, fendants

.' U So intense has been the 1&lefdtt John A. Sheridan, former member ol of the State of Florida is hereb'\} Section 30 of article 5 of the Constitution Manlh Richarib and her nusbaud Kugruc IS ORDERED TUATTHK. DEFKNUANT

over the municipal fight tbaf house of delegates of Missioufi amended eo as to read aa follows: lot the State of Florida Is hereby amended W Cha-i kl.hdrJs.H "U'.' I3I' luli"U Frank li her Green.v hutiajvl *-. IT herein named. Benj. F Ferry and \aSw

has been paid to tie the Sec. 10. The credit of the State shall'I so as to read as follows: \ ,imi th are hereh tl.10 o.ire4Io.ppe'.rtutheb'Il D. Perry be and they ar: h teby r.,4
little atttntlon who was indicted on a bribery charge not be pledged or loaned to any individual,i "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of of y p'aut ia ,hi-I'a'r on c.r,1I.iwliy. before toappear tothe bill of complnul IB tM a.

Dattuali struggle convicted and sentenced to the pen!- company corporation or association: not'r.Record shall be elected by the electors of c. the jtA i <>t lJmll r, A. D. on or before
is dead at the shall the State become a joint owner o! I the county in which the court Is estab- t'l /9/orbe J/i. Jji/ the m l (fay Jatmtrr... A. ft. i ot,
five that a >v
ARRESTED. I tentiary for years stockholder In any company, association 01orporation. r llshed. and shall hold office for four years !.I is further ublished prdered ouce week for C lU It is further ordered that a ow y ot tMo order
PRETTY ACTRESS ': Jefferson hospital of_ tuberculosis.The The Legislature shall not authorize '''and his compensation shall be fixed by
has approved any county city. borough townshl;) law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the Done ihw &h day oi (October A D iqr>4.r. weeks in the Ocala Banner _
Had Stolen a Diamond navy department or Incorporated district to become a stockholder \j executIve officer of said court: his duties s MSI' KLi. She 1 ,
Claimed That made for the repairs on association or corporation Clerk Circuit Co-irt. -tanon C)uuW, l-ia.
In be fixed by law.
the surveys any company 'I land fees shall k CifffM QWtR.L.
.. 28
__ ._ hinant' Solicitor. 10
Ring. ni -- H. Com
the gunboat .YICK..SDurg.U1\7 UU1, or to obtain or appropriate money Section 31 of article 5 of the Constitutionof I Anderlu ANDERSON and WM. HoCKM

AUtBt. Ga.. NOT. 3,-An actress, a will spend $17,000 and for or to loan Its credit to any corporation I, the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso Complainant',H licilo. i 0..w.
equipment individual except
of association. Institution or : follows:
marriago to read as ,
Interrupted as --- -
dlaawfid ring, an the bureau of construction $28,000 for that the Legislature may authorize municipal -i "Section 31. All rules of practice govern- NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGLVOTICK ---

and the muwequent arrest of the ao of the Mare Island navy corporations to relieve from munici-''Ing the Circuit Court shall be applicable to SPECIAL MASTER'S SItE

the elements in a romance improvement pal taxation for such period of years as the Courts of Record. and all laws relative IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
tree are to the municlp&f authorities may Hem, of Record shall apply March I wilt applytoihecouutyjudge
vaudeville to Criminal Courts 1> the 24lh d\ of
cad Its beginning at a yard.United Babbitt manufacturing enterprise that, 195 AND BY VIRTUE OF A FlAt,
t&at Commissioner proper any of Record. Changes of venue ot Fonda
States to Courts UNDER .
the Mb lust *
rendered of
Monday municipality. on day
Chattanooga Socate within the said to an- nual setticiae-ut au-i discbatge ge il I
in may Court of Record tor
performance Yang Su Tang may be had from a Hon.V.. S. Bullock. J adg c ttf tW
that ;
morning has decided bat no such exemption shall be for a to the Circuit mnktrjtriz of the e-.ute of Julia P. Johnson D. 1904 by
and ended Tuesday Dr. other Court of Record or circuit court of the filth judicial circuit of Ptor-
night a Chinese servant employed by longer period than years. Court of another county for the same Dune this thc-17t day of October 1904.Mrs. ida. m and for Marion count/ in cJtaam is s

ia a hotel ia Atlanta. : Hardy of Berlin one of tha ?:causes and under the laws providing for F. A HOW:! Certain cause tteniiing in Mid court wfceteia
under arrest gives Hugo Court Abe Brown and Brother were the compUiiaal
The young woman fair commissioners at ARTICLE XXV. changing the venue from the Circuit 10 21 6m Adminiratr defendant. iBwkich
and world's and J.W.Sand r. was the
Miss Myrtle Roselle German amendment to the i Iof one county to the Circuit Court of another .S. Beck. ,appointed > >ttal
her came aa be deported to his na That the following his final decree. I I. wa |
She was ar-i St. Louis shall Constitution of the State of Florida be I: county. The Governor may. m.sttr to execute the tame I will oa

her age at :: years. actor \' tive country. i and- -la hereby agreed to and shall be submitted 'discretion order the Circuit Judge having NOTICt.In JIIIIda/llJu .tA dan 14 .V'JerMhT. .I. D. 'fill,

rested oa the complaint of aa j Haverford ': to the electors of the State at jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any hat; being a legal tale day. offer eel upoN

Roselle who claims she stole i TheBritish steamer the general election in November. 1904 for county to hold a special term of a Courtof of the Fifth Judicial Circuit r'sale and will cell at public auction U the
named went aground Wednesday for the purpose the Circu't Court front of the
was found Philadelphia ratification or rejection: Record of such county highest and best bidder for Chit in
diamond ring. She from amended' which the Judge of the of Florida, in and for Marion County, door in OcaU, Marion county. Pie
his in !. entering the Mersey Section 6 of article 18 shall De of trying casts tn court house '
morning while
Tuesday Record shall be In Chancery. within legal '
o'clock read follows: Court of
I to a.s
9 tida BO as
about low
with J. M. Hagen, an employ !I'I'l near Liverpool Eng.. and the I Sec. 6. The Legislature stall provide for Parties to any cause at law In a court of G. S. Scott,a:Receiver etc., Complainant vs.C : Rhodie. about ten year old and oat horse*

Company Line whose home left her high and dry. She was try. the speedy publication and distribution of: Record shall have the same right to trial V. McCoy and Mamie E. McCoy. Defendants 1 as mule known a* Raleigh. about eight yean otd.

of the Seaboard Air Jack- fishing boats. Her all laws it may enact All decisions "'l f,by Judges ad litem. or by referees as may THAT THE DEFENDANTS 1 or ao much of the above described property a*
Henderson. N. C, at the I into avoid some I the Supreme Court and aU laws and Judicial ,exist under this Constitution or the laws TT.L IS OKUERED C. V. MeCoy and MamieU. win satisfy said decree and(..
la In passengers were landed iy tugs. decisions shall be free for publication In references to cases In Circuit Courts or ilcCoy.lx herein nmcd and they are hereby require to L. 8. *8TK.

son hotel commissioner of immigrationat by any person. But no judgment of .the,may If the Judge of the Court of Recordbe appear to the bill of cumplaict inhi> cU ODor W. K. ZEWADSKI. Special Matter ia Chancery
The Supreme Court shall take effect until tha disqualified transfer the cause to the before Complainant' Solicitor 9 jc

t FALL NECK IS BRIKEN. Washington has made an order denying opinion of the court In such case shall 1)1 Circuit Court of the county In which such AfomJar the -nil day of January. .. D. 1905

BY the right of the Chinese who arrived filed with the Clerk of said court. ,Court of Record may be." It ia further ordered that a copy ut this order ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Death in China enroute U Section 22 of article 6 of the Constitution he published once a week for eight consecutive
Pinkston Meets on the steamer State of Florida b hereby amended weeks in theOcala Banuer.
!icf the
Mrs. Mary on thei ARTICLE XXVL A D., .
to 'fOeL
go 1904.ISEL
concession tnisthe day
Done nth
Manner. I Chinese to read as follows: THAT OJ TUX
the as 14 GIVEN
Queer so .
a Pink will be r- Section 1 of article 5 ot the Constitution of Record shall be ] S.T. SI6TRCXK.Clerk NOTICE D M
3.-S. T. destination. The order amended!i "Section 22. Courts Circuit Court day nf January A. 190
Nov. hereby
Columbus Ca, tn- of the State of Florida IB ''abollihed by the Legislature only upon a Hockcr the administrator with the wul annexes of the
Columbus lawyer, forced and the men deported on 10 as to read as follows: of the registered R. L. Anderson and Wm. Solicitors. estate of Mr. EUia Keep dec 1lot4. I will
of majority
well a complainants
ston a Unl( n. pa: in I steamboat leaving for China. Section L The judicial power of the'petition where such court is 10 21 8w present my petition and final report and mc410be
the county
to of
nat k Q.cai' intelligence tate shall be vested In a. Supreme Court,"votera: discharged as such adnunutratar to the

Stewart county, by tne I Adolpnus Busch, of St. Louis, th' Circuit Court, Courts of Record. Count; TO CRtD- Hon. Robt. Bullock county judge for Marta*
Mary oi ttu ADMINISTRATORS Florida.W
Mrs. and Justices county,
mother connecteu County
that his aged millionaire brewer, who it I Courts I ARTICLE XXVII. Admr. with will annexed
met death accidentally concessions o' Peace. the following amendmtnta to section TORS ETC.p June Jjrd, 1904' 614Study
Piaksun. bad with one of the largest Section 6 of article 6 of the Constitution l That wotton U. article t:
Tuesday night has tendered his resignat of the State of Florida U hereby anundecu 20, article 1. of articU 8, oft
I\ section
her way home I the pike. tt to rea4 M follows: \and the wpeal cf be IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CRED
was on of two of u of Florida
Mrs. Pinkiton director and member Cowt ahaU bay< tha-Comatttctkn ef tb* tate NOTICE legatees distributees and all person: "use
a The 6upmn
Tuesday as -. 8. belsubmittM
Union from Lumpkin late committees of thworld's jurisdiction in all CUM at la*rla&d, are hereby agreed to. and Khan having claims or demands against the estate o at t HometLain
important at
wagon. most to the tlectcn of the State deceased. to present th<;
riding In Busch Cit originating la Circuit Courts. H. T.Wanmann. ,
Mr. In equity
and wit and
afternoon manuel. fair company. the Circuit Courts L i the gtaeral election to tw bald In NovemtfliX4toit tame within two years to the undersigned o Wtt tU Tablet Ho..5cad,Limna yo seat sIea.e
slttifig la a chair. In some he resigned from the fair directorate and of appeal* from Judges In mat. : they will be tarred. This the 4th day of Octc cad kooi.of ea3loyeai 5a lain h'Mkesag.&11.,
before County ,
dares arising LnmnrA H.
tilted orer. of discrinainattor CUM their probate JurUilotlon. -1 I, trUoU S, of the Coentitation her 1904. E. L. WARTMANN.ia .t.Itdn.c.-ir..t.n i.etc.t1escbnaiii4lpaM*w Kkrtxte ..**to. tt .
the wagon because Urs pwUintec to amended I'b,QLa .
f ground. the estate State of norldiw Is hereby J It.CIIuil. 5a.LI .,
thrown to the I concession with whltine t"4 t& the management of I of ttt 7 St Administrator.
Ski a .follow*:
against rud '
striking oa her bead and treattng old.heieeck. : made is connected. oJ_infant* MJftfiM J. ot co&rktica oxeiony to cJ* ,. -

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upon trial Monday and after a hard It"t t. .
1 gal battle In which the best of Atlanta 1\1 .
It *' legal talent was engaged, was
found guilty on two courts of the Indictment.

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to: tence.Newman It was Wednesday Coffee's testimony morning or for statement sent WHOLESALEGROCERS. i.:

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and prisoner had been completed when :1
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neatly attired and close to whom hl3 ...- --
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stand not be'one he dropped of was the perceptibly into spectators tie witness agitated doubted chair, andas his It will cost you comparatively nothing to keep posted -

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Insurance ENDS CAREER Man, WITH Recently A BULLET.Married If you will write us for prices when in the f

Shoots Himself Dead. ......
Valdosta, Ga., Nov. 2.-J. B. Harris,

an head Insurance by with shooting a solicitor revolver himself, Monday committed through morn.suicide the market for the purchase of Groceries, we will gladly -3- .

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tragedy occurred at the homeof

this wife boarded.,J.where R. Fenn Mr.a Harris mile south and his of furnish you with prices. Even if we don't sell you 3 .

The deceased was threatened sever .-
al times during the past month to end ....

lit act. life watch and over his wife him to has prevent kept constant the our prices will be of benefit to you, and in a great 3

He walked out Into a woods pasture .
and seating himself on a straw
pile,'fired a ball through his head. --

Ding Harris to the scene heard found the shot him and dying.runt! F many instances it will save you money. Every cent 3

Harris to this section from
came ...
Fitzgerald and was marritd twq ...
months ago to Miss Mamie Spivey; ,,'', ..

daughter of J. B. Spivey, a prominent E saved is so much made. .i . = ;
fanner. He was 47 years old and has ,
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two daughters living at Fitzgerald, --
I The reasons for the suicide are not
known, though the dead man left let 3

ters stating that his troubles were E It is not necessary for us to enumerate what goods we in stock
more than he could bear. His mind carry
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had probably become deranged over .
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Spartanburg, S. C., Nov. .-Whfle : you your supplies at :i
Spartanburg S. C.. Nov 1.Whip ....

driving company a down wagon hill of at the Pacelot A. 0.,- i I market prices giving you the benefit of Quick Delivery and such articles 3

Mahaffey, a driver, fell from his seat '
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tome at Inman. t t E We especially call attention to our Large and varied
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Killed In t--
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Memphis,. Tenn.,. Nov. %.Only one I .....
life, that of a negro saloon porter I
named Winters Parker, was lost by t I
the wrecking of the 4-story buildingat SOAPS
No. 19 Madison street yesterday.I .. ecc
The body of the negro was found t. ".".
crushed In the cellar. All of the injured I --
are doing well. The funds t

of been the recovered Continental from Savings the have t t E:: And you can get a nice,selection 1 to retail at 5 and ioc. a cake We are =..."=".

Advices TELEGRAPHIC from Pittsburg BREVITIES.t report aa j j t EE agents for one of the largest Manufacturers- of Toilet Soap in the United

advance of $2 per ton in iron pipe. ti States ANDREW JERGENS & CO. and
Mrs. Annie Mills, a niece of Jeffer don't hesitate
eon Davis.. dead at New Hope, Ky. to say th t
The Chile government has accepted their of Goods NOT
conditionally a proposal by a French ::: Quality are SURPASSED while prices'will :::

company to establish a steel industryin surely I ___

E.that E. Leonard country. has resigned the presIdency E Ti please. Include one gross assorted In your next order. .

of Toledo, Peoria and Western ----- .--
railway. Mr. Leonard will not reengage --

in business.At We at all times have a full stock of GRAIN
a meeting of the board of direo HAY and
tors of the Pennsylvania railroad the FEED. And i I
regular semi-annual divided of 3 percent :: when m* the market for car mixed FEED
was declared. get our prices i
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Three persons narrowly escaped ___
with their lives in an automobile accident no harm and may save many dollars on the car. .Send :: -
at Oakland, CaL The brakes us your or d
falling to work was the cause of the ers. --
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Thanksgiving President Roosevelt day proclamation has issued, setting the == Yours for More Business == :

aside Thursday. Nov. 24, "to be I ,. iE.
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