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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 11, 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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-.. The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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.. r ; REPUBLICANLANDSLIDE. admit that Roosevelt has carried the II
-::: &I :-:; state. I I !

, ..z.., E Pearl Tooth Wash. 1 People
-- -- Providence, R. I., Nov. 8.-Th5s

-E Cleanses the Teeth, -5- ROOSEVELT CAPTURES ALL STATES state went republican by 'about 15-

= 000. The house of representativeswill
Like lo
to business
-- -- be republican thus insuring the

'. .-= Purifies the Breath" =-= i;i CONSIDERED DOUBTfUL return to the United States senate of where they are y

S rt Senator A.ldrich.Congressman .

t =E= Hardens the Gums. 3f r |: Judge Parser Wires Con ratulatioijs to has been re-elected.Gamin, democrat, i wanted.Givcusyouraccount.

I I I'I Successful Montgomery, Ala, Now 8-All the Ij

== r:: I Candidate.. AdllinisI ) democratic congressional candidates ,

FOR SALE ONLY BY I I elected. Parker carries state by over I. and see how you arc ,

-- I I 1 r I I tion Emphatically) Approved 32,000. I, treated.

New Orleans, Nov. SDemocratshave 1MUNROE
-. I
r .-.. REPUBLICAN VOTE LARGER THAN IN carried the state by good ma,
1900. !
.. jority. Seven democratic congressmen I & CHAMBLISS

, :-: Prescriptions receive careful Attention. Bad Day for the Democratic) Party-To Add to Bankers.
Oyster Bay, Nov. 8-The following

ri1JllJhlllllllllJll\ 'IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIJI' ' ,.,tiJ11111JIIIIIIlIIIIIlIIIIIIIll1Jl11I' 1 ' : the General Calamity Hollovtoy is to be Put reply congratulation to Judge was Parker's wired telegram immediately of ----- .

_ _._ I circumstances will I be .
t -- ---- agate a candidate
.... ... in upon its receipt: "I thank you
If WI' .._ [!!II! --" I Charge of Florida's Public Scl aols. for your congratulations. Signed: for the nominatteu.

From Wednesday's Daily. TheodorelRoosevelt."

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE ....... Baltimore, Md., Nov. g-Wkb four
isi'.x 1 1rJ Jackson, Miss.. Nov. 8.-Returns precincts mining and two in dbfttte,

, : LANDS. show that between 65,000 and 70,000 this city gives Parker 3H ma} rfty.

v votes cast in opposition to the democratic .
b s Dover, Del.,Nov. S.-It ".."-aled
but the
party majority for
t Parker will be over 50,000. that the state hat gone ropubHean bY
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or I I 30,000. This mean thai Staater

lease on royalty communicate with him. .... I Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. S- Addicks will be rMW'MIl to Ute

Roosevelt's plurality in this state will United States senate "
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AND FAIRBANKS. PARKER AND DAVIS reach 8,000.Watertown.

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postofficc Block. Ocala.Fla. I MEAT !
New York, Nov. 8, 8:30 p. m.-The congressional districts show demc- S. D., Nov. 8-Roosevelt

_..... ...... ... ... .. .I
t : -E I cratic landslide.
,, .t .u.:;= :.J"l: == 'i.I Brooklyn Eagle, which has staunchly 60,000, Parker 30,000, Watson 15-

supported the democratic ticket I i 000. On Cold Storage.
Chicago, Nov. 8,10:00 p. m.-The
t 11SA ILIZAB2TH HASSIS L::=.l SditM: Mr..B. S. Weathers was up fromFloral throughout the campaign, concedes I i democratic state central committee Grand Forks, N. D.,Nov. 8-Roosevelt's
that the national ticked is elected and We desire Jo anootHMf that tto*
: City spending a few days with
admit that Roosevelt has carried the. majority in North Dakota is
I his parents, )Ir. and Mrs. B. A. the republican nominee for governoris I cold storage department fcr the -
TOWN. estimated
ABOUT state
HAPPENINGS by a handsome majority. at 25,000.
p I Weathers. also elected. ing of. meat fur Owner I* BOW
-- The republican state central com-
The New York World and also the
rUa7, the llth,at Masters2ennaats { Mrs.\ J. J. Hall and Mrs. H. E. mittee claims that Roosevelt has car- Butte, Mcnt., Sov. Returns in- open.We
j American concede the state to the are the fold Murage 1'foti
4 I Disoway, of Greensboro, S. C., are ried Cook county in which Chicago is dicate that the state will go for
Capt. W. B. Watson, of Jacksonville republicans by big: majorities. This necr.4 of Florida. Haw thro
the of their relatives located by 90,000, and the Roosevelt.
visiting family state by
Is In Ocala on a visit. to his son, makes the New York house of repre- the curing of meat the ttotml fity

Mr. Frank L. Watson. Major and Mrs.\ T. C. Hall. sentatives republican by about thirty. 40,000 with practically same vote Trenton, N. J. Nov. 8.-Roosevelt'splurality for yean, and ouru lfom pt +......

Howsent" ; Hon. C. M. Brown formerly of this --' for republican. candidate for governor will reach 49,200. cess It the my be.i 44MM .f ..
Mr. O. B. down to Boston, Nov. 8, S:30 p. m.-Doug- ,
city and who still retains his citizen- ability to serve you. W. IAewh+r a
KUdinmee Tuesday afternoon to lass, the democratic nominee for
ship here came up from Miami Tues- governor Hartfcrd, Conn., Nov. 8, 10:00 p. Parkersburg, W. Va., Nov. 8-Esti- announce Head we wall yawl u
., look after hi* cattle ranch. of )1 is
a sure
at this time show mates show .
day afternoon to cast his vote. Roosevelt's majority 3C, appreciate that it means 'Ytriurequlpment9

Mr Alma Pope returned home winner says the Herald and the I slight republican gains. Bryan car 000; republican governor 2''>.<00. All including dupHetto .....

:: Tuesday afternoon from a professional Mrs. Frank L. Watson has returned Globe. ried New Haven ia 1000) by about 10-; republican congressman elected. ctii&ry, in ea* ef awMiu+ t, MIttiilful

home from visit of several The state goes for Roosevelt by 000, while Earifcrd went
visit to Jacksonville. a weeks republicanby aMkwi to do iMs ....k M

with her mother, Mrs. Dr. Leake, in 70,000, but Douglass, the democraticshoe nearly 2 ,Oo. DesMoines, Ia., Nov. 8-It ia be- the best pdU tnaafter. IB tM
f Mr. John '\'. Martin, of Savannah, candidate for governor is elect- -'-- lieved that the republican
Jacksonville.Mr. majcrity in connection eannat
Cincinnati Ohio we lee f
: :.o'[ S, 3:45 p. m.1
! a popular young traveling man has ed by 25,000. Erjho I this state will reach 150,000. urge upon cur friend to take ttJrMeal
:; city precincts= give Parker
Adam L.
Eichelberger .
k been In Ocala for days past. New York, Nov. 8, 9 p. m.-It is 439, Roosevelt 351. In 19,0 the same' where they Know ii vttl
returned home from visit
a pleasant
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov.
k CcUca asi wool renaa&ts In all the conceded by national democratic precincts stood 464 democratic and 8-Chair- have proper attention. It I* mGtiemM
to Tampa, St. Petersburg and other
delnU weights at Masters. Friday. headquarters in this city that that 202 man Taggart telegraphed congratulations Work for yen to .14 1'.
republican votes, thus showing
places on the West coast. to
MiuPtnllne Mlxon, of Williston, Roosevelt has carried every doubtful slight republican gain. Chairman'Cortel'ou tonighton carve you agaIn. To ttote itoffog
the results.
sister Mrs. C. J. Messrs. Maurice Strauss and J. state. : meat for the Ant time, we wM refer
} II visiting her i
r Phillip Starr Sternberger have renouncedthe The New Yor Sun says the state New York, Nov. 8,10:00 p. m.-The Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 8-At 10:30 to our frlentU-Yuurflg N.

wand as election astrologers. republican majorities will be larger New York World estimates that Chairman Dick has issued a bulletin bore-who are so well wtWksJ wfefc

The next attraction at the Opera They were hit hard and at the than they were in 1900. J"I Roosevelt will ha3'25 electoral that republican plurality in Ohio our past faithful ","Ite.

House will be "The Gambler's eleventh hour. votes; Parker 151. would not be less than 12,590. The tame price will prevail M ttt-

Daughter" on the 21st. Chicago, Illinois, Nov. 8, 8:45 p. tofore, namely: one HRt |'r umathor
After voting on Tuesday Mr. J. H. I m.-Over one hundred city precinctshave New Haven. Conn.,Nov. 8,10:30: p..
'i Washington, D. C.;Nov. 8,11:00 part of a month.Resionslblllty .
Mr B. Frost is in Palatka, where Livingston, jr., and Mr. J. L. Smoak been heard from and the in- m.-The Register, an independent .
m.-After the election returns clearly agilnit leer se **..
.. the U the guest of her daughter, Mrs. went on a hunt near Gaiter on the dications are that Chicago will go newspaper, claims that Connecticut
indicated the result President Roosevelt age by. are will be ash to aM
will give Roosevelt a majority of
Herbert Crook. Withlacoochee river and brought
republican by over 50,000. issued the following statement: value of six cent per pouwJ, awl iwr
r back a fine buck Wednesday.Mr. Debs the socialist candidate for over 20,000.
Mr. S. II. Gaitskill returned to his "I am deeply sensible of the.honor this we wUl make a tiwg '"| it

home at McIntosh Wednesday aftera and Mrs. Edward Holder, who president, will, it is estimated, get New York,,Nov. 10:30-0ne thou- done me by the American people in cent per 100 It*, or frat*. ....*.

short business visit in this city. came up from Duinellon: Tuesday over 45,000 votes in the state. sand and sixty-three election districts thus expressing their confidence in FLORIDA PHCK1XO AND CK it)
out of 3024 in New York state
Harrison it looks like a land-
morning returned Wednesday after says what I have tried to do. I appreciate per Si MOM BofMktiff,
Weathers, who came up slide for Roosevelt, but has hopes outside of the city of New York, give .
Mr. Benjle noon. They were guests at the Ocala ta: the fullest the solemn responsibilitythis s... *w4 1>m*
In the election Tuesday, returned that Cook county will go democratic. Roosevelt 241,885 Parker 151,427.
to vote House during their visit. cofidence imposes upon me and HERMAN BRNJAMIX, )(1".

to Floral City Wednesday Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 8.-one shall do all that in my power lies not
c Concord, N. H., Nov. 8.-Returns
Prices of remnants at ?Masters! will run In order to Insure ,+rwar. dr/l""
afternoon. from twenty towns show large republican hundred and sixty precincts Marion to forfeit it, and shall observe the ...
Iron 1C: to $4.50. Come en Fri ay and of shipments by freigfct or ap.
Hon..0. M.\ Brown, who came up to look at them. 1110 it gains.Louisville county, which includes this city, wise custom which limits the tenure please be careful to &*** M ,...

the election Tuesday, gives Roosevelt 15,787, Parker 8,846. of office to two terms. Under no Pkg. & Ice Co., Oeala Fla.
I. cast his vote in Ky., Nov. 8.-Reports I
Mr. J. G. Parham, of Oxford, was -
i returned to his home at Miami Wednesday I coming in slow, but show democratic Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8.-Parke's I -
in thelcity Wednesday. came
afternoon. gains. Election of state democratic in this is 1026
plurality city more 11
see his wife and little daughter, the I'
ticket almost certain. than Bryan received in 1900. > TEX BOB
Kerr returned
t Mr.IandJMw. Norman latter being here for medical treat .

to Lake Weir Wednesday afternoon ment. I Portland, Maine, Nov. 8-Sixty Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 8.-Roose-
; after spending a few days: with Beginning Sunday, Nov. 13th, the towns give Roosevelt 1577, Parker velt's gain is estimated to be 5 percent OCAL0

)Ir. and Mrs-JDavid S. Woodrow. Atlantic Coast Line railway will in- 6S62, showing a net gain overcast over McKinley's vote in 1900.

auguarate the parlor car service on election for the republicans.
R Mn. Norman Kerr, is up from Lake New York, Nov. 8, 11:30 p. m.- :
of Mrs. D. S. trains 39 and 78 from [Jacksonville to Baltimore, Nov. Roosevelt S7- HOLIDAY GOODS FIREWORKS -
V Weir and la the guest The following message was sent to ,
St. Petersburg.Miss 360, Parker 97,106. The Baltimore
Woodrowand, Mlss Woodrow for a President Roosevelt late this evening Of All Kinds. Wholesale and IUttt
Evening News claims that Parker has

few day..__________________ Kibbie DeVane, of Savannah, carried the city by 20,000. I I from Esopns: "To President: The .

t Mw. J. W.tCrosbylhas just received Ga., is.the charming guest of Miss people by their votes have emphatically The biggest line of Doll"* and T MM' in town, also all blade
t and horse. Violet Silva at her home, Estelle New Haven, Conn., Nov. S-The
a handsome new surrey approved your administration Staple and Fancy CIIIS.including Japanese ItoMa ad
Miss\ DeVane will remain for republicans claim that they have carried
turnout. street.
U U an eitremelytpretty and I congratulate you. Signed: others. :
Tribune. the state by 26,000. -
the fair.-Tampa Alton B. Parker." .
Mrs. Holtzclaw and Miss Annie De- < The most complete line of STAPIX HOCKTHY! to
New York, Nov. 8, 9:45-The Jour

Long returned toICandler Tuesday : Mrs. D. M. Smith, who has been nal claims that the democrats have St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 8; 11:00 p. S town. : I

in this relatives at her old home in .
visit visiting .
afternoon after a brief j carried Illinois, West Virginia and m.-Scattering returns from various
Va., for a couple of months,
Orange of the state Roosevelt
city. Wisconsin. It says that the democrats parts show--

Miss Julia Whitfleld, of Dunedin, returned home Wednesday. She was dispute the republican pluralities running strongly ahead, republicans THE OGALA NEWS CO.

h 4I who baa been the guest of Mrs. Julia accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Han- in all these states. estimating his plurality 'at 80000.

i Palmer and family for a few days, nah Bell, who has been in Virginiaall Democrats concede 70,000 majority.St. North Main St Qcela, I FJorl4c.t4 .
Jacksonville and summer. Mrs. Bell will remain in Raleigh, N. C., Nov Returns
Wednesday for
left visltjrelatives and friends. Ocala for the winter, torn first, second, fourth and .fifth Louis, :Mo., Nov.- Dem ocrat-
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FLEMIN010N. I GRINER GLEANINGS BELLEVIEW Compliment_to Two Marion Man. The meeting between Colonel Mar several yean after hk *rm' i htft t. s"

-- --T Among the most prominent visitorsto tin and Mr. Broome was a very worked at his trk. tcutkgrg

Ocala Banner. We are glad to note that those of'I Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. Gainesville; for the past two days I affecting one. Having served in the several hou*** of wbteh tto t of skim

special Ou Correspondence farners are busy g nding cain, Mr. Muiphy's'family who have been Election day, like the primal;es were General Robert Bullock and Marion artillery under Col. Martinas still stand a* a result of IaN *s<*llf*

sick are up once more, with the exception off and captain, who afterwards became a work. During the latter
and getting ready to sow oats. passed very quietly one hardly Col.John M. Martin, of Ocala, two I jrftr of Mi

The election{ passed off quietly here.. of Miss Caule: ,. and her,many realized anything unusual was taking Confederate officers of distinction, colonel of the Ninth Florida, he still life he became unable to follow W*

At 12.o'clock Tuesday night.we were friends will rejoice to know that she place. The full number of votes Arho were sent here as delegates'from I' possessed a warm feeling for that old trade longer and flndiftg Utftt oW I2f ,. }t

is= convalescing.Mr. were cast. Confederate hero, and it is no more demanded and .. 1
Marion quiet MM be
all ready ,to shout. "hurrah", ,for, ,the Camp, Utit d Confederate -
democrat they are ahead, and and !Mrs. Le@ Priest and Mr. fi Mr. L. J. Knight, formerly of the Veterans. ', Ocala to represent ,that, than_ natural to suppose that a renewal menced the mtnufae4 of haa&t

and'1rs.. Syler were callers at, Mrs. Marion Hardware Company, of J! 1 of acquaintance was a ceremony which trade he became
"hurrah" for Hclloway; he got. a camp at the funeral of the: lamented at *irt at.
Murphy's Sunday, afternoon.Mrs. Ocala, and Mr. Arthur Williams, the I sacred, and appreciated to its
majority 58 to Wolfe's. 4. G;me up General Jesse J.. Finley, which oc- receiving many oompH.fa,* ins

to the front, gentlemen; tha .is .the Frank Cahoon and childrenare new owners of the Hall and Thagard curred in this city Monday afternoon. i I.fullest extent only by those who have his! customer,he wa elite tat a stert lI treat,a man who is nominatedin spending a week at Fellowship turpentine, business are making j j I i General Bullock is well known in had the hard pangs of experience in I time, only from Friday itigli fft i

the primary election. Again we, with relatives. radical changes in the help and this city and section While Colonel r that bloody conflict. Sunday morning. Daring fete IiHt

shout "hurrah" forHoHoway! Mr. and Mrs.'J. J. Luffman wentto .methods, ,and by personal supervision j"I I Martin's acquaintance is not, quite,as j In 1862-3 Colonel Martin served the all wa done that wa a.nMM4Mbtoro tpfl' :

Our young folks met at lC. Gray's Fellowship Saturday to1 it Mr. will shortly have everything running I extensive, 'he enjoys the friendshipof Confederate States efficiently and him to hf.althIw..

last Friday night and had a pillau. Luffman's sister, who is sick. in first class order. I a great many here'who served in 1 with great honor in_ congress, but Father saw fit Mia **> *

They enjoyed themselves by singing Mr. and Mrs Henry Luffman, and- Miss Lillhn Ramsdell is again'per the great. struggle under his 'command declined ,the re-nomination, to take His remains were kH *t ret tn dif

4i while the pillau was .cooing and little son, Albeit t, with his little cousins '- forming the duties of clerk at the and who appreciate his pres: charge of the Ninth Florida regiment Cedar Grove ww4
to eat the 'boys, Arey and Della Luffman, spent post office during the indisposition of as colonel, He again went into the
when it was ready I ence once in awhile.I He is' a ,plain evening at 4 o'ifctk. Hi* o* ?

who were lucky enough to get a girl Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Culbreth. Mrs. Lucious, who was taken ill Sunday I "good citizen" and farmer of Marion field, ,and did gallant service a* colonel friends fund theft grw.... .y.|.**fcy _

r to take to supper, marched down Little Walter Webb, of Oak, was a morning.Mr. county, and resides at his elegant of the Ninth Florida.-Gaines- to the bereaved.: VeH'u Jot

stairs and enjoyed themselves eating visitor to Griner Sunday. J Joe Williams who has had home near Ocala. ville Sun. ,
One of our citizens, with his fam I Ii A Phrslclaa Hole
stood around of the here for
charge some
while the unlucky boys camp Few men in Florida gave more gal. i Disastrous Wrecks.
and tried to enjoy themselves by eating ily, drove many miles Sunday after time, left Monday night for Mobile, lant service to the Confederate 'I II'I I Dr. Geo. Swing, a j wwUdngsiclan pay' ;
other ex. noon in the vain effort to visit, but \ army Carlessness,is responsible for many of Smith Grove, 1\" fur use' '
and teasing ,the boys; i Ala.Mrs. than Colonel Martin. At the begin ,a railway wreck and the same causes ?
at house at which he called thirty years, writes bfc iwnoMl ea-
hair and John B. Mitchell
cept one that one has !j of Jacksonville ning of the civil war, filled with that are making human wrecks of euner- perience with Foley'i Kklw> i'.f* -
looked like he was the inmates had just gone elsewhere. Mr. and throat and .
wears glasses, he visiting Mrs. Tom ers from lung troubles.But "For
patriotic southern I
ambition and chivalry yean have beest jjwjy! ti -
x sent for and would not do after he Many others had similar experiences? Mitchell. since the advent of Dr. King's | eyed with i
: for which his family was noted, kidney and W.Mrand uroeWI
got there; he is a new comer to this Mr. Heywood Hales, from near" The Marion Mercantile Company he organized the Marion artilleryand New Discovery'for Consumption, enlarged prostrate gUn I
f coughs and colds, even the worst
and thinks himself smart. but Belleview made a business trip to I have erected a band stand on their j used everything known to the f'f'O"'
offered the services of 'his men cases can be cured, and hopeless resignation .
him something in our community Saturday. t grounds for the fenslon without( relied, tMtii 1 eon
will show preparatory grand | is
our boys and himself for the defense of his no longer necessary. Mrs menced to uo Foleo'f Kkbtty l'WI.
with the girls if he There were but few in 'attendance band concert and winter Lois of Dorchester
the way of going opening. country. The i Craig, Mass., 111 t After
artillery was composed taking three betties I WM **
at Sunday school Sunday afternoon.The Mrs. Hooks and one of many whose life was saved
don't look sharp.: daughter, of Oxford by
of brave and true men, with f tirely relieved and e&ral. I prtm *bIt f
Irs.t.. C. Gray and Mrs. A. L. lack of interest is discouragingto are the guests of Mrs.. Chas. the result that their services Dr. King's New Discovery. This now dally in my pMctb MM! ;
were accepted -I is
great remedy guaranteed for all
Prlsoc made .a flying trip to McIntosh the superintendent., What is the I Brown. Josn. heartily recommend tt. the w aU
and throat '
-" --- they were sent to the and lung diseases by druggists.
matter with our folks that the schoolhouse physicians for tuefc trnaHci. I AIWlt : :
Wednesday.Mr. = front. It be mentioned inciden- Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free !
is not filled on Sunday after i I prescribed it In hundmfc of ea***wfcfc
G. H. Smoak returned here BLICNTON.'I At Tydings & Co's. m
tally that this was, with perfect "
only one SUCCSM. SaM hr l'u..e ld
noons? ,(Answer is.,found in another I t
Tuesday evening from his brother, J: I Prof. Overhaultz visited his family exception-that of a in i Drug Store. m
company Daath of B. F. .
paragraph) Let those ,who can do
L. Smoak, at Ocala.M. at Keuka Saturday. West Florida-the -
BO attend next Sunday and give only artillery the Editor of the Ocala Banner: A Piuesr. -
of this place, and f
B. Mixson Little Miss Johneta O'Hower returned furnished the
audience to Revs. Martin, of Ft. McCoy Confederacy from Gaiterville was saddened by the i it
W. P. Brown, of Fairfield, left Wed to her home at Keuka Saturdayto Florida. Mr. Adam Eiehelbef w, e.IeE 1M .
and Plummer, of Antnony. Mr, t sudden death of an old and honored '
nesday for the coast,where they will the regret of her little friends here. "Colonell\1artim fine pioneer citizens of Fkt IIN. to 1ik
Martin will Saturday was a officeras friend, Mr. B. F. Getty which
eveningat t occurred
spend a few days.'. Miss Mary O'Howerspent Saturday captain of the Marion city for a few day frees 0****. **
at his home in
seven o'clock. Sunday at eleven north Gaiter-
J. K. Mixson carried the ballot box and Sunday in Ocala. remarked K. I Ing his brother. Mr. HkltithflfPT
and again at seven. Mr. Plummerwill George Broome, with a ville, Sunday morning, Oct. 30. I
to Ocala Wednesday. Dr. Blitch and family were in Ocala moist while he was at one time CMM of tb* Ia ****
preach iu the afternoon.Our eye was speaking of He died at the of 71 I
age he
Saturday. years
Ii i
of citizens aM
A small party our expect the Colonel i orange grower In the alaW
: to leave Thursday, Nov. 10th, farmers are preparing to grind i I Mr.J. A. Hadsock, of Archer; was Tuesday."I was in his was born in AUeghany,.Pa., In 1833, gentleman universally *&** ... I
j a visitor to our city last week. He command, and when he was wounded ,
cane and thinking of the many fat .returned moved to Michigan when
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for the hammock, where they will a very the public. Jle loom Ie"..,. ;
home may
at the
porkers to be killed later in the Sunday accompanied by battle of Richmond, Ky., on small boy,. then to Ohio, where he
spend a few daps hunting. his wife, and engage in orange soil te
talk of the season. the thirtienth day of August, 1S62, I lived till he reached the of j
_Cooler weather is the Mrs. Thomas, of Archer, is the age man South Florida.-Tampa Try
day., 'HAPPY.K. Mr. Wilson is completing his residence guest of of Mrs. 0. S. Saunders.. was one of the detachment who regretted hood he then moved to Peoria, I1L, ,- m

near the hard road where:Jie Mr. Ben Brooks returned home his wounding but felt honoredto and worked as general contractor until "I am a democrat 1 t1-\'ft1..0,111..."
IOm1ji.10NEY TAR and family will ,soon be "at.home" last week from take him from the l
parts on the east field-for .
'" .. we 1SSS .en.heAIld.. his wife ,and hiswife's -P. B. and ff NWt
f''y!; fi l !1 "' 11111 in 1800, i
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iL, The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People.35 -

V )L.XXIX, NO 1:. .
a 11, 190f DOLLAR YEAR


IIN HONOR OF TflE ,. I l A Charming Part). JOTHE TO-

There has been quite a number of
pleasant affairs given i i Ocala re-

cently .but none have been more FAIR.

A Matter ] Party Complimentary to Miss thoroughly enjoyable than the driving FOR-
Stockton and Miss
Freeland. party given by. Mrs. S. T. Sis-
Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Friday afternoon. Her guests GROCERIES I

of Health I Camp and Misses Sara and Violet were Mrs. William Hocker, Misses
t: Harris
gave a very enjoyable dancing Kate Freeland and Julia Stockton, of

party at the home the former in com- Jacksonville, Misses Sara and Violet White House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cans.

pliment to Hiss Julia Telfair Stock Harris, Jonnie Liddon and Mary 21 Pounds
Good Rice For i.OO.
There is in ton and Miss Kate Hewes Freeland
i a quality Royal Anderson. After driving for several

of Jacksonville, the guests of the miles on the Silver Sp.ings hard We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens
i Baking Povdervhich makes i latter. It was a matter of much
: regret that Miss Elizabeth Fleming, road the party was driven to Eggs, any All Kinds of Country Produce.
Mrs. Sistrunk's, where adelicions
: the food more and the other guest of honor, was obligedto
digestible little
return home before the dance. 1 I supper was served in courses. I B. L. HALL Prop.

The center piece was an exquisite
wholesome. This peculiarity The beautiful Camphome was very West Side Public Square. cloy ".
bouquet of white and yellow chrysanthemums -
prettily decorated with evergreensand
which Mrs.Sistrunk --- !
of Royal has been noted by numerous vases of roses, carna- gracefully S.! ST5..: DLEY. Ult ktr. ,ta
k presented to the guests as
tions and chrysanthemums

physicians, and they accord- placed a delicious around sweetness the rooms and, fragranceto adding were a ,. favors.novel and Mrs.very Sistrunk's greatly enjoyed party was by S. A. STANDLEY & CO. 4 4The

the fortunate guests. ,
endorse and the air.
: ingly recom- I PicQocle of Human S\iiL
Mrs. Clarence Camp and Mrs. F. E. A Compliment to Mr. Brown. I

mend it. t Harris met the guests in the recep- f The members of the Presbyterian
Has bees reaped tutor ..........
tion hall and in the music room the Sunday school of this city, Iwa: just

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Misses Harris and the honorees re- presented Hon. C. M. Brown with a t beggta sad fcaraM. Tfce mif w.*

.... -- ceived. -...JIiss Stockton and Mss handsome gold medal to be worn as 'Y i\ they can ever feefcoiue t> t. *tkt W
Freeland were both very attractive t a watch charm. pimlaJle Cnie ... Maarietrisand'S

I in evening gowns of white tissue> It was the intention of the pastor, even t-Hn" T'TI.U" k* faarlr.

LOCAL HAPPENINGS.Item over taffeta elaborately trimmed in i I Dr. Lindsay, to present it to him
at Tfcfjr are MI N t aid. toi
during his visit here at the conf eder-
lace.A prices, tbeegh a* to keMl utf r+swe
program dance of twelve num- ate reunion but unfortunately Mr,

of Interest to People of the City and Surroundings. I i bers was enjoyed, )Ir. Leon Fishe 1] Brown was not able to come, so thus -..-.-. of meat TefcMe M'I. IA& .. q*

I furnishing the music. After the handsome gift was sent to him at his you figures.

"Goldie" twelve numbers four extras were new home in Miami as a token of
who made such
\ lodge of Elks is soon to be in- Barnes a
uHed at Gainesville.Mr. hit with his singing last season, is I played the order being reversed respect and esteem from the Sunday Livery, Feed and Sale Stables

again on the program for Friday the young ladies making the engagements school, of which, for many years, he

Carl Schieder was in Ocala night. The Rifles minstrels. instead of the usual way. was the beloved superintendent. The ----

Frifef from Citrus county.Mr. In the music room delicious claret present was in the nature of a surprise J.M.. MEFFERT. J. H, TA VI.uR.

: llr. W. 3Ii Goin, who has charge punch was served by Misses Leta to Mr. Brown and of course will

C. E. iioore, nephew of Mrs.R. of"y r. J. J. Williams'mercantile business Camp and Mary Burford and duringthe be highly prized and appreciated by

D. Fuller, U In the city--on a visit. I I at Homosassa, spent Sunday in intermission light refreshmentswere him. j, . OCALA[!l! IIH[ PACKING![ C COMNNY.!H .

) ". F. E.- Haskell, of Lake Weir Ocala with his wife. passed. The Telephone Ear. l .

1 was a vbker to Ocala on Saturday.Mr The evening was pleasantly cool Do you know that nine out of ten I We will be ready forCOLD r
Mr. Albertus Vogt, formerly of
and the dancing entered into
was persons whohabitually use a telephonehas
to Dunnellon is now proprietor of one z
W.1. Boss gone STORAGEabout
with much zest and spirit and the waht i. called the telephoneear
Starke to visit relatives for a week of the best hotels in South Florida,
i young folks spent an exceedingly: ? In its first stage the telephoneear
oe tea day. the Phoenix, at Bartow. : pleasant evening.The S November 1st, and we solicit a share ef wur
becomes acute and sensitive, but I
.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lytle and Hiss Dessie Leavengood returned following were the guests of Mr. after long use the hearing becomes OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

Saturday Saturday from a visit of a month to and :Mrs. Camp and the Misses Harrison more or less blunted, and half the
tMMrea of Stanton, spent _
her sister, Mrs. James Watt Perry, this occasion: Miss: Stockton, complaints against poor telephone 4
ta cite eity. Sash. Doers aid ....<>.
at Palm Y ew. Miss Freeland, Misses Louella Gary, service maybe attributed rightly to

Mr. J. ,, Crosby, of Anburndale, Sarah McCreery, Sue Barco, Mary the telephone ear. Try it some time.If 1 tl). Our line of Uw above artfafe. M

h spending a few days with his fam- Mr. Sam Davis, the king turpentine Anderson, Gertrude Pereda, Hattie the i.. rf//J j 1 ..1"" t. wellas ail Wad of naierial f f tfct
habitually use right ear
operator of the Romeo section, was you ',. ,7 ; ; -:. t tH' same character U UM mart ..mpkt.
I,. Dye, Esther Weathers, Annie Davis, next time use the left, and see if it ',,,., .:..:.. ; f :.'".' ) to be fouad hereataeU. aad tfcft ill

I [ )lr. William Sinclair returned to among the strangers in the city .Sat- Mary Little, Johnnie Liddon, Valeta isn't twice as satisfactory. It is a '
t Caadler Monday after spending Sunday urday. Potter, Meta Jewett, Jessie Palmer good plan for those who use the tele- -. t ', We endeavor to supply every WaM

with hi* family Hon. E. L. Carney, Marion coun Louisa Harris, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, phone much to frequent switch ears. r'\\\\1 J 1U !'_. \\ that comes under the head .* oar
\ Yft: & :r business, and aecordisg to .e. ee
ty's popular tax collector, has returned Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton, Mrs. Harris, t. t t
This the \
I keeps hearing equally \ A a I lJ: report, which U usually set I u offLJ
Monday r;;
t )lr. C. Y. Miller was up from an official visit to Talla- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mr.
and ward
, balanced might off a permanent t tJ the track we are doiax ic
t from Crystal River, where he is how hassee. and Mrs. Lee Miller, Mr. and Mrs. deafness. I \\n'I't ;, ;; r--. Ocala agent for the CiitU::;;!te

,f in the fish-and -oyster business. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Reeves, of Arthur Clark, Messrs. 0. B. Howse, Mrs. Green Hurt. \.) x13! 71 \ '-.J ks"'i l s a.

\ )It. Joe Davis,one of Stmlmert eld' 'i Spring Park, have recently returned S. E. Hiller, W. H. Powers, T. H. The many friends of Mrs. Gjeen, _. T. W. SMITH & CO.

i t[ prominent farmer and truckers, was from a visit to New York. They Harris, 31. J. Roesa J. H. and W. D. mother of Mrs. Jake Geng and Mr. Ocala, Fla.

Taylor, Howard and Harvey Clark,
F la Oeala Monday. were visitors to Ocala on Jlonday. L. N. Green, will be sorry to learn of
E. T. Helvenston, J. H. Workman,
the very painful accident that befel
; Mr*. Frankie Dell, of Gainesville, fug Caro Liddon, after spendingthe J. H. :Mathews, G. H. Ford, Stephen
her Thursday night. As she was
arrived In Ocala Monday and rut week at home with her parents, Jewett, Harry Walters, E. J. Crook, I !! !!!
coming down the stairs she twisted Exquisite Charming Stunning
p s spend a couple of weeks here. returned to Gainesville Saturday aft- H. A. Waterman and J. Harvey Phil-
i : her foot and fell down the last two
ernoon to resume her studies with lips, of Tampa. I
)!t. W. C. Ball and wife left Mon 'steps. She wrenched her back quite I
Mrs. Ankie Green Parker.
day far a few day fishing at Crystal A Card. I j severely and was badly hurt. We

River. __ Among the traveling men in Ocala This is to certify that all druggists t are glad to learn that it is noti These are some .f tie ipr*..*.**

Mr. Charles Moore, of Louisville, Monday were Messrs. J. S.Cloud andA. are authorized to refund your moneyif i thought that there will be any seriousi to be heard when the b4fet Wk a4
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
E,.. U the guest of his uncle and S. Berlack, of Jacksonville, both cure your cough or cold. It stops I| results and Mrs. Green's friends trust the.aggregaUaa ap-t.Mir HATS.

aIM Dr. and 1i rs. R. D. Fuller. of whom formerly made Ocala theiradqu3.rters. the cough and heals the lungs. Pre- : that her recovery will be a rapid one.
vents pneumonia and will cure incip- I
)It. D. S. Woodrow returned home
business ient consumption. Contains no fruit Trees aid) being shown here. The yrbat of
Saadar from a two weeks' Mr. and M n. R. R. Carroll and opiates and is safest for children. I

vfett to dew York city. baby daughter returned home Sun Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and n Fashion has scattered rf".""I'ak
Ornaneitas) ) I
insist upon having it. Stops the
inspiration iMe ewe is.k al rat-
from delightfulten ?
morning a"ery
3Ir A. L. Izlar and son, Laurie, cough and heals the lungs. Sold by
have renamed from a short visit tot d.1Y5'isit to the great fair at Postoffice Drug Store. m Are you going to plant any trees or ner of this tabtukjiMt.. W-* to
ornamentals this season? Now is the

frMIMh Alaeani county.Dr. St. Louis.. The local committee, who looked time to do it. Write us about your completely d ride sears) of flew

c Dr. aad In. Harry Dozier, who )I.r., S. T. Sistrunk and children after the reception of the confederate wants-we Orange and offer Grapefruit the following Trees: } pretty hats have Bt fH becst oeirort.I r
Sunday at Montbrook, with Mr.Sistrunk's their late r t
spent veterans during encampment
been the of Dr. Dozier'spareat :
fcav guests three hundred thousand of .
f over so drop in asd SEE .... 1Ww ....
; Mr. and Mn. John Dozier, father, Mr. J. S. in our city, desire specially to them, on sour orange, rough lemon

II! for the part month, left Saturday for who recently injured himself quite thank the Ocala Rifles and the Marion and citrus trifoliata stockf, all the action ia my

i, their home in Colombia,S. C. severely. Cornet Band for their prompt most valuble varieties. Yours for M"" .
Peach -Two hundred thous-
willingness to add to the delightfulness -
r -- -- sand mostly Florida varieties, as
:: ... ... NNNNN..s : of the occasion as they alwaysdo I
P! : .... 4 4 fine trees as we ever grew. A MRS. MINNIE BOSTICKTHE
on all public demonstrations, and 1 heavy demand for them, better get i

< t THEIRS TO (JOMMAND for this reason, among a great many your order in at once. 1
Budded eeanit-We haven'theretofore : .
others, we trust: that the Rifles min been able to grow sufficient ----- -
strel performance will be crowded to supply the demand but T IJIIL.

We solicit the business of responsible con. from the footlights to the rear windows Ho have***a and nice lot Ornamental-this winter. -Over CLUB HOUSE.

I them on the night of the 11th. fifty thousand fine field grown,
concerns and individuals, assuring grafted roses. One hundred and

accommodation is Hart, ye mothers! don't forget.c'Tuuu.'U.'s' twenty-six varieties selected especially
that everv reasonable in the market yet. for southern planting.0 a
A friend of babes is Dr. Moffett, fine lot of ornamental shrubs, hedge Cuisine First Class. Rates Relsoi)a5le.
theirs to command. He cores their ills for little profit. plants and shade trees. I
-t irritation, Our 1905 Catalog gives descriptions -
with 'TEETHINA': allays
I Come in and talk it over us. and prices of these and many
I aids digestion, regulates the bowels more trees and plants,and contains Refunjisljed Throug1]out Special Rates by Month.
BANK overcomes and counteracts the effects I valuable cultural information.Write
i COMMERCIAL i of summer's heat and makes teething for a copy .

*: OCALA, FLORIDA. .: easy and costs only 25 cents.FOLEY311ONE1&DTAR. .I GLEH SAINT MARY NURSERIESO.

i 1 S H. BUTcn, MANAGER. elsa Saint raq. rb.
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My Mother-in-law. with me." ?\ Death of 6to. J. J. FiaUy. UstrvctioRS fn Sbkpptet a"ibitS. '1 .

Cf] "Do yon really mother New The news of the death of this gallant Write your name and postoffiee address

A Story of Halloween, come, honestly, wouldn't you te 1 hero, which occurred Sunday I on each tag used Fasten a : BARGAINS!
By dreadfully frightened! if Alice should :afternoon in Lake City at the homeof tag to each package shipped, then

S Beatrice Barean.rritu appear aM talk to you somefnight!" < his on_, Mr. C. A. Finley was received -I mail at once postal card to commissioner j
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I' U _, fcr sire OaU Laatr.t I I said batfceringly. < in this city where he had t to notify him of shipment, filling flBARGABNS! !

*Gt rKe, I am in detpair about: "Frightened! Why my son. of lived for many years, with profound in bland spaces; date of shipmentand 1 i

The idea of sorrow. number of packages sent ----
coons not. me being j -
h |m Clthtr. the b failing in strength and .1!
I afraid of Alice Mr*. Though bit Tennessee General charges, make roon. we offer palS
d akbn'1 i rapidly," and Dolly, my my darling i i Pay no freight or express i I It SC Our store b too crowded and to

s .'prissy yean wife, looked into meL Bruce cried indignaailr. J 1' Finley his: spent most of his life in \ as arrangements have been made to. bargains in '.

I "Bat dead mare Florida. all exhibits free Fifty pounds II j
tAM wttfe her people always ne I carry ,
l : bright eye brimful of
1 tear H\Jw gyred these words: think of ghosts and spooks and all f He sees to have imbibed the warsjKrit I is the limit in weight for express: II { Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,,' Hats :

"Xo wonder that she is failing, and that sen of thing, and gives me the at his birth, having been born I package Ship perishable exhibits 1t i iI

g slope oet in that old damp, shivers," I aId laughing, as I assist- in 1S '. lIe bad scarcely paged his r I by express when practicable. Obtain t and Gents Furnishing Goods j

P BHkle booM will soon kill her ed my mother-in-law to aKght. majority before we find him a soldier I.J shipping receipt or bill of lading for 'I

., "Shan't I go in and light the lamp in Florida fighting against the Seminole I I all articles and mail same to David ,
I and then must be sold Now i* the time to tun: :> : ur monrvinto .
t t. ;
C"I had always considered your for you mother "So, thank you .' Indians in IS37.: As soon as i! S. Williams, commissioner, 3'1'j winter supplies. Come while they last. Then; 1 b; *,M l l _

ril taatfcr a n-muubJY&ensibJe woman, dear, I shall do nicely now," and bidding f peace- was restored he returned to !, Florida j The prices will more them.KREISNOFF.

Dvty. bet her obstinacy in this matt her good night I drove away. his home in Tennessee and la 1545 j All exhibits must be delivered to j

A *,Ur The old house was soon wrapped in was elected mayor of MenrA:.s.. He i railroad or express agents not later j
pittt rae entirely out of patience ROSIN
: vHh her*' and to emphasize my darkness save for the light of the moved to Florida sc a r":'wards, I than Thcrday afternoon, November I| : ,

,word, I gate the pretty ponies we moon, and Mrs. Bruce, weary with s.elecungananna as nL :. :CA. He 13th.! They can thus be accumulated j '

were driving a sharp cut with the the day's outing, was soon slumbering was a member of the r... _...:a state I in one car by the freight conductor Net to Melrer & Jfackny, Ornla, ['lit,

C whip that sent them forward into a peacefully. senate in 1550 and in 1was a while passing from the northern to

} :" brisk trut. '. Presently there was a gentle movement presidential elector en the Whig I the southern end of the county. .IV\A

t "Poor mother in the room that aroused the ticket. At the time of the breaking Ladies' handiwork should be sent -
sighed Dolly, quick: ---
to take her parent part. "She. is not old lady out of her first nap and she oat of the civil war he was en the to Mrs. I. O. Arms, lady eommission-

b A w much to blame after all. She has raised np on her elbow to listen. bench and gave great luster to its er, Ocala, Florida, up to Nov. 11th,

I had *o much sorrow since papa died, A shadowy form, clothed in white, ermine. He was universally popular thereafter to Tampa.

and he Imagines because sister crossed the path of moonlight falling and was elected colonel of the t sixth If these instructions are carefully

n Alee bought this home for her, andremained from the window, and paused be- Florida regiment without oppositionand followed it will materially asiist] the

D with her until her own side Mrs. Brace's bed. served with conspicuous gallantry fair commissioners in the prosecutionof Dyspeptics

death, refusing many good offers o "Who is it?" she asked, iremulous1 throughout the struggle. He was their labor / i
cote tLdr ertless-
en ervy f by ora
marriage, and devoted her whole life 1 as her heart began to bent tumul- wounded several times, once severely H. W. LONG, ti / i t"as tkro tit rise tt troat'ayati trfct it

I to her; that it would be the basest ton ly. and was made brigadier-general.. Soliciting Agt. and Asst. Com. r

fegratitade on her part were she to "Mother, it is I, your Alice," came General Finley returned to Florida I

a *tnden. the home now. It Is all the faint answer. "Don't be frightened after the war and was elected to Ez-Governjr dog on Parker. nt R
.. and served After his preliminary talk the governor I ; i1SO1 iG E=chLE7S
e KHMteiifte, of course, and the would mother darling, you know thatI congress several terms Aa 11 eI

be far happier and healthier with us will not harm you." and was made judge of the fifth judi- invited questions from the audience I i i'it6e -'y remedies ahieb aralst Niue tad & act {ti to her r
1 cial and the fir;t was "Parker and = 'stiree Gripe, Fats and eke ocaSrme 1
circuit, which position he held : air. p'
0h! is it
If we could only induce her to come my precious one, reallyyou t t;
think he will be elected &t g-takers. Eaaxa'e Rea ediei Oct gemly sad here the
doyou !
and live with us." ," cried Mrs. Bruce sitting -up in until he was forced to retire by age ( l
of For ph W destsrt
li C $ystem iadeteadeot dtugt. by N
t "Doll, bow would it do to get the bed and extending her hands. "Let and infirmity. "By gatlins, I do," replied the governor Your d.-ug st twin t teiab a doe t pia or as .ii / ;,

old lady to come and spend the day me light the lamp so that I may see General Finley left to his children "and let me tell you, duringthe \' f tMfg. !
and past ten days he has been Brown Ca.
t with cut and let the rats burn the old JOur sweet face once more." But the grandchildren as a legacy the \
I record of stainless of the greatest anti-trust New York ,I -
a life. ,
Male down while she Is away?" I spirit pat out a restraining hand and
I suited. said: The funeral was held Monday after- speeches I have ever read. As a good and OreenevtU ,

a "So noon at Gainesville and his body was democrat, I have wished the electionof Tenn. _
t Oh, that would never, never do at mother dear, do not do that,

t all, George," Dolly cried, aghast at or"I shall vanish. Just sit still and laid to rest by the side of his wife. Judge Parker since the day he

D the pro OalUon.U Iotber has so listen and do not disturb. me, for I.., A large number of his friends and was nominated. His speeches made
; I comrades from different of the recenilyare simply magnificent. Every
many keepsakes and relics of other ean only remain a few moments."I parts -

a dart there that it would.simply break will be quiet darling, but Oh! state attended the funeral one of you should get them and
General Bullock and Col. Martin read every wcrJ.that. he has said. He For Sale by PostofSce Drag Store
I in ,
fair heart to lose them. how want to clasp you my arms,

"She would be far better off with- said Mr*. Bruce, choking down a sob. of this city, attended the funeral as has spoken in plain Texas languageand _

representatives of the Marion he has drawn every fire the White l 111
oit them, for this mourning )s-er old "Listen mother, I have come to camp,

t litteR and mementoes is about the'. ask you to.. do something that will Confederate veterans, and the House could send forth. I ..-; _. -- = '! 'U- t
t i Daughters of the "There was a time when I did
make Alice Confederacy sent not
mot unprofitable and unwholesome your very happy.
up by them a beautiful floral offeringto like a bone in his body. I called hima II
sentiment one can indule in," I said "What is it, dear one?
t trimly, and then Dolly began to "I want you to leave this home and be placed! on his grave. loek-jawed judge. But want to tell '

On the fair table lands of the you that he is the only one of that iii
weep in earnest. go and live with George and Dolly. I
bright beyond he has eastern bunch who has the to t'v II IIOF IIe
"Don't cot sweetheart," I said "Oh Alice, do you want mother to now pitched nerve

rtpentlngly, ashamed of my harsh- leave the home that you bought and his gleaming tent and joined the flay the trusts as I like to see them !

mighty array of heroes there awaiting flayed. He is a man." (Applause.)
-. 11"4.UI'll study up some neat plan beautified for her, cried 3Irs. Bruce,

d to get mother to move out of the old bursting into tears. nim. -Gonzales (Texas) Inquirer.

boas. Let me think, tomorrow is The spirit patted the old lady's "Your ca np Sre still g1m on the wall. u :. = =-- fit__ .' I '
And FROM "
>ou ghriaod j our tanner with Bowers. :iOGTII.1FItIC.1. -
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-- shoulder
AailVN6'eu-uy Jingo: i ve thought fondly and whispered: You trash elbow*today in the same old way
- "Yes, mother, I not only wish you In a happier land than ours. I
of a plan already, and I
: :i slapped my New of
0 comrades who'rc Way Using Chamberlain'sCough
to leave this place, but I want you to crossed the dirtf;!
knee in delight over the idea .that O brother's in God's summer laud! YOUR STOMACHIF
sell it and use the money you will get Remedy.Mr.
Reach out through the midst that enshroudslike
had suddenly flashed across my brain. for it in any way you choose. Will a veil Arthur Chapman writing from

You are not going to burn the you promise me to do this darling?" And KITE him a welomu l'g hand. Durban Natal, South Africa says YOU USE STIMULANT*
house ?" "Yes Alice, when shall I go?"
are you gasped Dollin a "As
a proof that Chamberlain's
"Tomorrow, do not remain another Hot a Sick Day Since'

v horrified voice."Ortalnly night in this house. Shall it be as II "I was taken severely sick with cough remedy is a cure suitable for

not, little woman, you wish, mother?" I. kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of old and young, I pen you the follow

don't take me for an incendiary do "Yes, Alice, I will go tomorrow," medicines, none of which relievedme. ing: A neighbor of mine bad-a child z Demands

you? But don't you fret," I continued )Irs. Bruce promised. One day I saw an ad. of your just over two months old. It had avery a high stan-

as I jumped out of the buggy "Thank you You have made me Electric Bitters and determined to
t bad
cough and the
very happy. George and Dolly and try that. After taking a few doses I parents did dard of
f and lifted my wife to the ground in ZC
not know what to Whisky X
the children will be very kind to you I felt relieved, and soon thereafterwas give it. I suggested "

front of our own pretty cottage, "you and you will be happy and recover entirely cured, and have not seena that if they would get a bottle o

drive over to mothers in the morning your health. Kiss me mother dear, sick day since. Neighbors of mine Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a n The Strauss

and bring her in to spend the day for I must go." have been cured of rheumatism, put some upon the dummy teat the brands of

with you and trust the rest to me." "Oh Alice, must you go so soon?" neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles baby was sucking'it would no doubt

The next evening as twilight was cried Mrs. Bruce imploringly.In and general debility." This is whatB. I cure the child. This _they did and Whiskies will
answer the ghastly visitor stooped F. Bass, of Fremont,N. C., writes.: brought about a quick relief and help you -
deepening into the dusky shades of and imprinted a very warm and a Only 50c, at Tydings & Co., drug- cured the baby. This remedy is

1 nigbt, I drove briskly up to my own very human-like kiss upon the old gist. m for sale by all druggists. m to do it and

gate to find my wife and her mother, lady's. trembling lips. Daughters Entertained.Mrs. save you
Mr*. Bruce, standing there watching 'Why, how warm and natural ;you Veterans In Session.
feel," cried Mrs. Bruce trying to Fannie R. Gary, president of The annual
and waiting for me. pos- meeting of the confed-
sess herself of her visitor's hands, Dick son chapter Daughters of the erate veterans of Florida was held in moneys"NEVER None bette-
ever kept you w late?" my which in deft eluded
some way her Confederacy, entertained them in a Ocala
wife cried reprovinglyas I halted the on Monday. Hon. C. 31.Brown,
grasp-"tell me darling, tell me be- very delightful manner at her home
I of Miami
buggy before them. .lother has lore you go, are you happy?" Monday afternoon.A was to have welcomedthem POtiRBUT

1 been fretting these two hours to go .. "Very. happy, now,- mother dear, number of matters of to Ocala, where he resided so
interest to
horns and you will be quite in the tnat 1 nave your promise," the appa- long previous to coming to this city, THEY
rition answered as it floated the chapter were discussed. Among REIGN.if
away but
to the
night." owing fact'that the date of
and was lost to sight in the shadowsof other things it was decided to give an
T-m! sorry, Dolly, but I really had the room."George entertainment the annual meeting fell on the same

t MJ much to attend to that I couldn't dear, how did you ever some time next week day that Mr_Brown had arranged to I Strauss'' !

r come earlier. But the weather is accomplish it?" Dolly cried in de- for the benefit of the Confederate engage in business here, made it im- I 76, Fern Hill!/ Rye, Strauss Royal Het ene i !
t light when her mother monument that the ladies hope to be ,
tine and the moon will shine almostas was safely and possible for him to go to Ocala. It i.
happily domiciled with us the next able to erect in Ocala at an early date.
bright as day," I said I was a disappointment to him as muchas i
as alighted
day.after Mrs. Bruce's The
Daughters decided to
d and assisted Mrs. Bruce into the "How do you know that I did it, the services of Mrs. Fraser, of secure Ala., to the veterans and the people of I Cedar Brook, W, H. McBrayer I
'. little ?" I Ocala, and he much "
-liugg} "Don't sit up for me, for woman asked innocently."Oh very regrets that
who is a southern educator
s I C I know that did of much he was unable to attend the .
shall probably not be home before you although reunion. '
mother has not said renown. She appeared in Ocala sev- Straoss' I IX L
a word in Miami Baltimore
regard News. ,
10 o'clock" I called back to I Bye
Dolly as Queen An|
drove to what caused her to change her I eral years ago and everybody who scotcii, ii

t we off. plans.. Come, tell me." she coaxed. heard her was charmed and delighted. Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse. .

C Ab we neared Mrs. Brace's homet ;_ My wife's cousin, Annie, who re- .
The date of Mrs. Fraser's enter- Perhaps have
which stood in :sided in our neighborhood you never thought of Pilgrimage Sour
an insolated gro5' and who Mash
it but the
: tainment will be announced later. must be apparent to Bye
happened to be
about two miles from town, I asked present when thisconrersation one that ,
constipation is
took After the business meeting deli- I caused
place, looked at
by a lack of1water
cautiously: in the
me and we both laughed. cious hot chocolate and cake was symstem, Maryland
aa U. bother do and the use of drastic cathartics like Rye Sharpe
you never feel afraid : "How very much Annie reminds me served. the old fashoned Old Haws! COlD,
only makes
I when you are out here by yourself of my Alice" said 'a
grandma'coming The next meeting will be the second bad matter worse. Chamberlain's
I : at night?" into the room softly before I had timeto ..'
e Friday in December and will be heldat Stomach and Diver tablets are much
answer and
uSa, indeed," the old lady declared patting the laughter-_ the more mild and gentle in their effect
Armory. ,
girl lovingly on the '
stoutly. "Besides I am not really "You and when the proper dose is taken
E alone for Annie were both in the These be the days when the coun- their action is so natural that
Hannah "
t my faithful old plot, whispered Dolly to me and I try editor is to be viewed in his true can hardly realize the effect one of STRAUSS & CO.I
black woman, in she will
sleeps her cabin in suppose not let me rest until
grandeur. Unable for the last four a medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle
the back yard, and George"-and the I have told her all about our Hallow- years to buy himself a lunch, he is them. For sale by all druggists

dear old voice trembled with tenderness I however e'en party,.which I shall never do, now seen in the nobility of his great, m i WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUOR KALERS.
only under her
' -"I believe that Alice is always ise never to tell sacred prom- white, self-sacrificing soul presenting .F\17... .. ... ;; xnL\.MVA.'QT. : : utD.1no" A n I OCALA
my motherinlaw.. whole states to cand idates. .."u,.,c and heal Maui(, FLORIDA 4-

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1%Lt SLI3A83T3 Jr.tS, Laval ESita Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 1 I I I'I '
:Martin, of this I: Mrs. Harry B. Clarkson and children Barlow Brothers Minstrels will be' Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
I Rogers, are expected -. .- ., '
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city, were among the many Floridians < who have been spending the in Ocala on the 22nd. This is one of back from Ocala this week. '-- '

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.It registered at the Windsor Hot" in' summer: and fall months with relatives the best minstrel shows on the road Mr. Rogers will spend several days WEIHi

i I Jacksonville yesterda Massachusetts, arrived home and we predict for them a crowded and :Mrs. Rogers will stay until after.
U always in season to speak a I j I Tuesday morning. house. Manager Sylvester of Marion the i
Samuel David Gray made: a serious return of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.voodie .

good word for Ocala. Opera House is hooking a good line from their trip to the west'
blunder. He should have stood bold r Judge William A. Hocker, of Tallahassee

Fire chief Brigance has a new uniform and pat; shoved off his trial and run is the guest of his 'son, Mr. of. attractions for the season. I coast.-Lake City cor in TimesUnion. F

which fits him well. t for superintendent of public educa- Will Hocker for a few days. Judge Messrs. J. H. and Hugh Leaven- .

Mr. E. C. Sims of Anthony, was tion.Mr. Hacker came home for the purpose'of good, Miss Amanda. Leavengood and Mr. Gow arrived in Ocala a few The Jeweler

J. L. Perkins, formerly of casting his vote on Tuesday. Mr. G. L. Parkhill, of Coshocton, days ago and has accepted a positionin .
in the business '
city on yesterday.
Holder, is now in Ocala and has a Ohio, arrived in the city Saturdayand the dry goods department of the _' :- :.- _-"'0-_. ""-: .t ,Ai. t I

It Is with much regret that we learn room in the Gary block. He is gen Fannie Mrs. M. E. Robinson and daughter, are the guests of1r... AJV H. B.,Maste s department store. Hr. Here's a Nice List From Whi c'b

that Mr. Ben E. Raysor is still very eral agent for Coates' rubber cushion went up Gainesville Fri- Leavengood and family, They will Gow has had a number of year's experience to Select a Suitable Parent

day. Miss Robinson entered theE I For a Friend or Rtlauv
ill. in one of the large dry goods
horse shoes. spend the winter here and in all ,

Mr. C. H. Dame made. flying trip st Florida Seminary and her mother I: probability. make, their home in FlaII houses of :Yew York and comes to SOLID GOLD WATCHES

to Jacksonville yesterday., returning Miss Kibbie DeVane, of Savannah, spent a couple. of. days there with I i id a. Ocala highly recommended.The SOLID GOLD RINGS

today. who has been spending some time in' her. l I
Miss Pauline Sullivan who has CUT GLASS WARE
Ocala, with her sister, Mrs. P. V. reading met with Mrs.

Mr. W. E. Allen, of McIntosh, was Leavengood.has gone to Tampa to Those who attended the Confederate -. been, visiting friends in Jacksonville Frank A. Teague Tuesday* afternoon. ;. JAPANESE WARE

among the visitors to Ocala yester- ', reunion at Ocala report a most enjoyable i for several weeks past, returned Early German history was studied
visit relatives. INDIAN Bt'C s'OV8LTIBS
day. N __ u. ___ I time and are enthusiastic in home Wednesday afternoon. She and several articles! from the Bay

Col. T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness, wasa The Presbyterians have something their praise of the treatment receivedat was accompanied home by her View Magazine about the early J GOLD J.ODGE EMBLEMS

visitor to Ocala yesterday, being up their sleeves that will prove of the hands of the people of Ocala. fl'iendslisses Mary and Kate De Germans and one on Hermann, the I M STERLING SILVER GOODS

here on legal business. great value to Florida. The matter Lakeland News. Cottes, who will be her guests for Deliverer, were read. Next week the I The Prices, You Will Find AreAs

i = has not yet yet proceeded far enoughto several weeks. clnb will meet with Misses Sara and Low As Good QtuHtie
oJ Mrs. A. E. Wilson of Lake City, is The next visit of Dr. E. T. Allen, I Will Admit Call and See,
be made I
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. N. public. the eye and ear specialist will be I The Daughters of the Confederacy, Violet Harris.'- i ---- '- -. :- t
Thursday, Nov. 17,at Montezuma h
We notice that the mayor's proclamation of Ocala, have busied themselves "
Schlemmer, in this city. Hotel. Glasses correctly fitted %* A press telegram says the president .

instead of being posted on a lately in raising subscription by the entered the carriage of J. West j
Miss Mary Martin, of New York Mr. TurnerJBnrke had the misfortune
telegraph pole is actually printed in a erection of tombstones for the veter- Roosevelt and drove away." J. West
City is in Ocala and is the guest of to be thrown from a bronco on
newspaper! Can the city administration ans. A neat sum has been ecured Roosevelt and Elliot Roosevelt were

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spencer. stand this extravagance! Saturday morning, bruising him up a and the Confederate plot in the Ocala I registered at the Ocala House larch ,

little. No bones broken, however, I i-2
cemetery will soon present a much 13, 1515, and remained in Ocala
Mrs. W. B. Frazer is endorsed by
Johnnie Gillis Miss .
; Miss and Lila he is ready for another chanceto 3s
improved appearance.JacksonvilleFloridian. time. President Roosevelt made a.
the most prominent people of the lian Erwin, who spent the reunion i show that he knows how to ride. tf
speech here as he was passing throughon 5
outh. Be sure and hear her. week in Ocala with Miss Johnnie 7

Liddon, returned to their homes at Mr. John W. Bell,of Johnson City, Mr. G. C. Croom returned home his way to Cuba when Lieutenant.

Messrs. W E. Allen and J. K. DeFuniak Springs Friday at noon. Tennessee: formerly editor and proprietor Sunday'from Atlanta where he wentto Colonel. of the "Rough Riders." I i' J

Christian, of 3IcIntosh, were prominent of the Johnson City Staff, is bring home his wife, who has beenin
In 1S6S, the first election after the
visitors to the city yesterday. It is rumored that one of Ocala's in Ocala and may possible spend: the a hospital there for some time. I
civil war Seymour and Blair, the
most popular young men will be winter* here for the benefit of his Mrs. Croom is very much improvedand I ..
)lr. Allan Rodgers from Jacksonville democratic candidates, carried the
t wedded to a very charming younglady health. He is temporarily an attacheof returned with ,Ir. Croom as far Foot Bait Frlcat.
and Mr. George Mathews I following states across the Potomac,
of a neighboring town before the this office. Gainesville where she
as stopped : The Ocala and Gainesville football
from Clayno came down Tuesday to ----.- viz: New York, New Jersey, Delaware .
-, present month shall have ended. over v,Ith relat'ves for a few days. teams will play a mateb game la -
vote Several strong specialties will be Maryladd and Nevada. In
-- -- this city tnis afternoon at the DriT
J Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Barnett of One of the veteran visitors saidOcala put on the boards at the Rifles minstrels :Mrs. W. McDonald and little 1372 Horace Greeley carried Maryland I ing Park. .

had undergone many changes Friday night. Ed last Colorado and California. In
Fellowship, spent Friday in Ocala says
: daughter, Elizabeth, who have been I The Ocala boys have beret working
with their daughter, Mrs. Thomas since his last visit. How long ago season fa performance brought forth 1900 Bryan carried Colorado, Idaho,
the guests of Mrs. Thomas Sexton I hard and confident that
are they
Sexton. was that, some one asked. He replied bouquets of complimets for-the boys, Montana and Nevada. In 1904''
for a few days, left Saturday for
have a team equal to af te tee _
that it was just forty-seven years ago. but Friday night he hopes, to double Parker didn't get an 'electoral vote I
Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk went out to Jacksonville where they went for the state.
outside the southern states. I
Montbrook Saturday' to see his In the number of pupils attending'the the dose. purpose of having the little girl's I The following U the He**? of UM

y father, who was so badly hurt short public schools of the state, Marion Mrs. Hersey and baby were ins eyes treated by Dr. Drew. They will 1 Men in all lines of business need Ocala team: Jew**, Carfefe, \\" (-

while ago. county stands third. Duval Ocala for a short while Saturday on j then return to their home.In Quincy. stationary. They also need good stai Hewit Bros., Little, Sotfttea,
- -
first with 5,471; Hillsborough, second their way to Homosassa to make tionary. I Nothing gives a busness Simpson, Gates, Cbaiktr Twkf
4 4f. Mr. Carlos. L. Sistrunk returned Dr. and )!f'Q. J. StPW.-rt Lewis, of !
with 5,041Iarion, third with 4572.! that place their future home. Mr. home more tone than first class sta1 and Pona.
home Saturday from a short visit to Ocala, are here ore :> \ '?it to their !
]Hersey is the new conductor on the tionery. The'bfll head is a constantadvertisement Manager Frank de.irct us 10 announce
his father, Mr. J. L. Sistrunk at )Ir. J. Martin: cashier of the A. daughter )! S. Jc>'x B. Floyd on''
(Ocala and Homosassa train
haying to the merchant because )- that the fifty cent a4mtetefs

Montbrook. C. L. railway at the freight depot, : t taken Mr. W. F. Lowry's place. Sanf -d O -eT'y contemplate most people keep receiptedbills 1 includes carriage Ian to and from

for few pr.rr::1si g hcne. \si-i and transfer '
has to Crestview, a dayson i
3Ir. C. E. Herrick, Manager of the gone and the merchants' ad on them the grounds ana fchat them wttt be
a pleasant mission. I Dr. H. Marshall Taylor, of Crystal : :- nsj' teirArcf ce r's" Icnce from I ;
Dixon Crucible Company at Crystal very is always a reminder. The Ocala 1 plenty of carriage in a* JUn H.
anticipation of the pleasant event River, Dr. B.H.Ma; lard,of Webster_ the Brick H Y *o *h? ;.client city.-
River, was among Ocala's many visi- Banner is prepared to.turn out first-1'Ticket now oo aWe at tile Bortan
this wafts its congratulations. and Dr.'S. H. Blitch of this city and St. Augustine Sice-1..! '
I Lnds'at !Store and C. E.
tors on Tuesday.Mr. I class job work of all reasonable -
.. Blitchton, members'of the board of' } i
'< A vary pleasant suiprise patcy was prices and invites the business | CouaUrfoitiBf tht 6...i*..
J. ll"TEDWhite from the
girl medical examiners for .this district,
Finzel of Lake
.Anthony given slaw Carrie Pelot Tuesday, r men of Ocala to inspect its stock of { Foley & Co. Coieago, orfcioat
do work. Fair
country, to general were visitors to Ocala Saturday ani
r. Weir, is: in the city, having come up night by a number of her youngfriends. stationary and get prices. The confederate Honey and Tar ft* a throat and IRe
salary to right party. Apply to,Mrs. all paid this office an appreciat.dcall. I
to take part in the minstrel at the ., Various and amusing games veterans' program is a specimen l remedy, and on ocooont cf the great _
C. J. Phillips, 129 S '3rd St. Ocala, f merit and popularity of Fetejr'i Hen
Opera House tonight. were played, after which refresh.mnnts of the work done in the Ocala
Fia. 1111 tf -Chamberlain's stomach and liver ey and Tar many imitation are offered -

Miss Georgia Smith, who has been tablets are becoming a favorite for were served and all expressed Banner's job room. for the genuine. Ak for 'Fo-
Mrs. J.1.: Jackson jr., and her:
spending the past two weeks with stomach troubles and constipation. themselves as having spent a'very ley's Honey & Tar and refBM u1
Florida will do itself a distinct service -
returned two lovely little daughters Ethel For sale by all druggists. m enjoyable evening. i iM0 substitute offered a* no other prspa'ration
relatives in Jacksonville,
in OcalaSunday [ I 1 by adopting the constitutionalamendment will the uUtfae
1 Helen, of Miami, arrived M V H MMiV W-VV | give same &a.

'_. home Tuesday afternoon.Mr. morning and are the guestsof Mrs. 0. M. Eaton and young son> We are pleased to correct our providing for increasing' It is mildly laxative. ItconUhi* BOppiates

: William-T.-'White-,-a prominent Mrs. Jackson's- parents, Mr. and went down to Lakeland Saturday to statement of several days ago in the term of office of tax assessors, and is safest far cnildrea sad
delicate Sold b PesteSte.
Mr. Eaton and make that which we said that the business of collectors and treasurers from two to persons. )
;_ ... young lawyer of Rockland, Maine, j Mrs. J. M. Barco at the Savoy hotel. join place I. Store. m
his friend 7 their home. Conductor EatonZs run the Ocala Pressing Club had increased four years. These are the only officeswho -- -- -
the of
is in Ocala guest j

Mr. Wilt Hocker, for a few nays. The Ocala News Company brokethe has been changed from Ocala to Ho- 55 per cent within the past month. t have to be elected every twoi Holier

record several days ago for get mosassa and he is now running be- Mr. Ballard informs us that i years and could they serve for fourin A competitive examination tar 8ns

"j.- ', The many Ocala' friends of Mr. E. ting goods from New York. The football tween Lakeland and High Springs.Mrs. business has more than doubled |l i years it would. enable them to position of Special Sanitary Af ftt of

", C. Welsh, of Cornell will regret very club's uniforms were ordered on that time, I render. better service to thet the State Board of Health of Fterida,
f *
: much to learn that he is quite ill and Thursday and arrived .Monday after- Edward C. Benett and little people by electing these officers for will be held at the office of the State

: wish for him a speedy recovery. noon. Tex and Bob are hustlers any- daughter, Elisabeth,of Bristol, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. William P. Haisley, four years. It will not increase the Board of Health, JacksonTtHe, Ft?
.. who have been spending the past six
who have been spending several December 1st, 1904, to fill a raeaacy
in and bring good results -
'' cost
: .. :Mare Mule Colt, IS months old, ;5. .way. months, in New York, Pennsylvania, any way
weeks with relatives in Alabamaarrived The Herald caused by the resignation of Dr. Hiram
;:, Two seated surrey and harness. A for the same money. : -
Mr. N. A. Fort, of Lynne, one of Delaware :Missouri and other placesarrived
,,- bargain. Write or see John B.Floyd, in Ocala Tuesday afternOOlJ'and hopes to see this amendmentadopted.Tampa Byrd. Candidate must be citizens
d2t w3t. Marion county's countycommis.- will spend the winter with Mrs. home Saturday afternoon.
Irvine, Fla. Herald. of Florida, not over 40 yean of
sioners, and Mr. H. C. Morrison, one Benett's Mr. and Mrs. W. Their many friends will be glad to ... ..
parents ------- -- -- graduates of some
age, reputable
: Marsh and Henry,
Mrs. A. H. son,
:; of Stanton's prominent citizens, H. Clark. know that :\lr- Haisley's health is I The reunion of the third brigade medical college, have at leut a high

t and Mr. :Marsh's mother,Mrs. C.1 A. spent yesterday in Ocala and were somewhat better than when they left.Miss Florida division united confederate
to The fire alarm was sounded at six school literary education and hold
of North Carolina, went
Marsh, up
k Oak Lawn Saturday to spend a few callers at this office. o'clock Tuesday morning and'a_smallcottage Julia Stockton, and -Miss Kate veterans, to be held during the SouthFlorida membership in a county xnedfal *+>

just back of Mr. J. R. Moore- Freeland the and maid of fair in Tampa Thursday.Sov..2 ciety of this state.
h. days. __ The foot ball team of the East sponsor
!, will be one of the most successful JOSEPH Y. Pelt
heads and formerly the property of honor for the Jacksonville camp, ,
Miss Julia Whitfield, a charmingyoung Florida Seminary at Gainesville, will
Mr. E.T. Williams,was discovered to during the Confederate reunion returned ever held in a southern state, 12.1 State Health Officer
-. I arrived in line the Ocala team at the
lady of Dunedin, up against and thousands of veterans from Florida -
be on fire. It was burned to the home Saturday. While in
i Ocala Saturday and is the guest of Driving Park this afternoon. Thiswill and otherstates will attend.Among Will Len. Oe*!,.
und. The house was occupied by the of MissesSara
gr Ocala they were grests
her relatives, Mrs. Julia Palmer and be the first game of the seasonand Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt tad
) the features will be a great
F colored and made
1 and Violet Harris
'"" will no doubt be highly intereSting people little son left Ocala yesterday .ttn.
family. in which a large number' of
-- parade, I
t from start to finish. many warm friends, who hope for a noon. They will reside at Bartow
r Jar and Mrs. Bert McDonald started Early Wednesday morning'as Mr. ex-confederates will drill wearingtheir
repetition of their visit very soon. Junction, where Mr. Clyatt will haw
: to house keeping yesterday. The Presbyterian synod adjourned Felder Lang and his son were driving uniforms of gray, and armed

toward town the vehicle struck a Judge M. R. Cooper has returnedfrom used in charge of the Crosby & Tayler com
.I They are occuping the cottage on Friday after a very pleasant and with weapons such as were

I Fort King avenue, next door to the profitable meeting. The meetingnext telegraph pole as they turned the Ocala, whither he went a week the civil war. The famous Seventhcavalry missaries. Mrs. Clyatt and little ton
relatives at Arcadia before
will visit
-1 armory. year will be at Palatka. Last corner from Orange avenue intJ ago to attend the Confederate veter- and an artillery corps of the

"Sound of increasmg cannonadingfrom night Dr. Phillips, the secretary of South Third street. The horse became an's reunion. He says the Ocala United States army, and also militiaand goining to their new home.
sold his hove
and down the treated them handsomely, and Mr. Clyatt has (a
frightened ran : people college companies of Florida,
the centre indicates that something the Young Peoples societies, preached

i ,unusual is happening. The correspondent to a good congregation. Dr. street; knocking down the water I the old vets. greatly enjoyed the will be in the parade. graM banquet Mr.T. B. Bishop, who will more Into *
Mr will
Is talker and hislie hydrant and the mail bor at the railroad pleasures provided. Judge- Cooper'delivered to the veterans at the TampaBay it January first aa Clyatt
1 is leaving for the front to Phillips a strong
t his furniture here until that
... after which the the address nominatingGeneral keep i
corner, shortly Hotel will be another feature.Don't .
; ascertain the cause." This is 'bne.of I sermon was greatly enjoyed. time. -
fk ministers and delegates were animal,was stopped. Thewagonwasbadly ; Ballantine for re-election. fail to attend.
interchangeable affairs that canbe visiting
The'Ocala friends of Mr. and )In.
but B2112ntine'was reelectedfor :
wrecked fortunately no one General
used either as a cable fromMuk: very much pleased with Ocala and I ht .s.I the ensuing year.-8t. AugustineRecord. FOLE'care. ilONETA! TAR Clyatt will regret very much to low

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| hear the "Rebel yell" which sent u,.
THE OCALA BANNER ror to,the hearts of our f&e*-br Te
Mr. Roosevelt's overwhelming reelection foemen though they "ere-and pre-
I Adan: and Ere, the forebears of friars Welcome to I
n !! !J ..-:. does not come in thecitmeol gaged the coming shout of victory !
i our race, sank from a state of happiness Democracy does i The Confederate Veterans. ;
7.7 'AS-s..1, '-:-I ..f.... v..,_...,... a surprise to those who are student I and Oh, no! the thirty-nine year. th,,
innocence into the not ab-
times as we
since then, have
have passed
of conditions.Reversing !
political ject condition of sin and sorrow. '. but. my friends, CHAIRMAN, COMRADES, LADIES dimmed
effaced nor tbeliyMmemorles
itself as it did
upon In its coddess how often "D GEXTLEHEX:
pages that we will kava
131rrro ahnost of those glory-aehleviag dru, vrc
of vital
question contn
every does history repeat this same sid ; would like it. \ I is a beautiful and touching cus
r it iras almost impossible for the are proud of the part we toot tu.
story. How often does truth:: a P'J holds in her arms families which celebrate
of happy
democratic parry to have exp&cted to I we love their memory dH. We Ir e
pear stranger than fiction.What her hope: is. She child of the
I.A each
,d ; receive a cote of confidence of the I birthda'of to meet each other and go over it *g
a chain of romance, pathos she hopes his
country. hold. and by smiles, and gifts again and again. It i i. f r that purpose
and tragedy, seem linked to every that it could be -
_:ir Having faally fixed op a platform gentle words, and merry sports, we have come together in i k'ak
human Kfe. Tie ciasm
separating and not leave. *
r. not one upon which to go forth and each passing hour with the beamy I am commissioned by the W al l< am..
happiness aad raisery is deep bar is i
do battle but one simply to harmonize fragrance of domestic affection. to bid'ou.. a warm C'jnttal and *....n,
I easily and quickly crossed.
: THE BASSES BELIEVING convicting and contending interests I such a day, father and mother felt welcome. We are glad U.4, \ .",
Before our civil war how
T8t)!*E AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO the next mistake was in the in their thanks, as they recall the have come-proud to ban \ -. \' ,;t1
TAKE CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HAST1KKS fanSies do we remember Hiring in af- I
nomination of its standard bearers. they received the sweet, bright us, and we shall join had and i tu,1..
ITS STAXD I> THE BAKBICAOBS fluent circumstances, bat losing theirpossessor :

WITH THE COMXOX PEOPLE J During the three months in which" by the tern of affairs, er of God. On such days the child with the citizens of our ell) treunion In....

A.TD IT' FIGHT WILL EE XADE FOB j I his name was actively canvassed, and without fault of their ows.ere 'I h I ls a certain dignity in his growing this one of HMfc .1i&'JI

i:4 C TUX BETTEKMEXT OF THOSE AT THE Judge Parker did not make a pronouncement condemned in all their after !z usto I!record: of his \ and as the years unroll from the I experiences that you wM togrt .t

JY.1TJnJit-- upon any issue. He was the hard lot that poverty Cruel- without a blush. of time, he learns to value only when one by ose 1M nr.>r

-- -" as mute as a post.: He not only did and more the tender love which the last roll call.
lyent..ail.s. So creation oft : roifCy, that every mother
not make any declaration daring that however vivid can portray tsti realities bay: her if she followed him day after day, and Comrades! each retohrtec )CM-

time but for a decade had not written has watched
anxsous longings increasing numbers ol the .ervh'ON
of those meinoraieears.. that perfection in

F A Waster Idjl., a line or uttered sentence in defence And what a web of romance, tragedy hi3.rtill tell you his growth innaucm ;5 he grows of the grand old army of t SfSd l mr
Let tie wister np cad tr r.fccck .
tic roof as' rafter of the principles of the CPIlocraticpany. and pathos was woven into the it is her hope, bat stature. | Veterans arehearingtbe "Mghu
1 I
U we has aa he we.pnu.e and it was not known whether : fitting and grateful then is i I! of the drum! ae exit'n
'twiJ bbut'feafttTACuu history of so many Florida homes by Km as good as she I I tap They *

Caa.triatic. he had even Ca.t a ballot the quick visitation of the great follow his footsteps annual celebration by us of a duty j! on the "firing I.." of Tte..

His nomination was a blunder not -not of a day when an infant na. t.I
) and the ranks
freeze. Nothing in song or story pre er that her : I are befits rapidly

( The New York subway is a less stupendous than Mr. Greeley's was born to us whose growth and
pro- sents a more pathetic scene than its him wherever he thinned out. There M place w-bu

Doonced cucce s. nomination in 1S72. sudden and widespread desolation. world, and that we could watch with recruits can be enlisted to it up th.gaps *

When 3Ir. Parker finally spoke he How retired that when he and elation-but of a day on that Nell
Oar bad lack in national politics many at night thee possessors hope come as OM pr.

baa undergone a change-it has got did so at the wrong time and in th of comfortable fortunes [and be better that he we laid to rest in the tombs of down, and in a few more,*.,*for i**

wrong way. awoke the about all she eternal past a nation born of vidette the will be
worse. next morning as poor as can on out-po <|
After the convention was captured, tramps. The labor and ambition of my friends, if you ti'e and Right, which rose like a laid away. What theta We mutt
Rpolities and railroad accidentsare handcuffed with his nomination and.
years swept away with a breath. form has all that I upon the political horizon, leave it then to the SaM MM! Dup,
the main tea.nresinthe daily papers was helpless, he fired in his "gold I
Life, indeed, is made up of an equal no; you ask me to the meridian in magnifi ten of Confederate V<4****. to bad
ju t now. "
,--- -- telegram. admixture of laughter and tears, joy stands for an I splendor and in four short years down by written history MId hearth-

The pecan crop in the neighborhood It reminded him said preacher in and sorrow. stand for, no. But down in glorious effulgence! stone traditions th gtoff *od fam

4 of Lockhart Texas, is almost a ,this city, of an officer who captured How frequently do we see those I the good he amazed a gazing world at its rap- of their fathers sad .....". rate

I total faflare. a prisoner; when he was captured he who today are basking on the mountain not get all that : its heroic endurance and un- generation to generation till u.

handcuffed him and then shot him. tops and in the glorious sunlight other means can I achievements! It left a his shall be no more. We M4fet Uw*
Voting for a "y aller dog," if he is It was not a brave performance _
which will down to the
of prosperity, are tomorrowgroping j I can secure go gen the executors of tfcfe aw with in4
"f ,,the nominee of the party, still holds and it was impossible to make it
f< in the shadows of the valleys and I Parker and Davis? ons yet unborn illustrating and entreat them to be fakktal to, Uw

I good In Florida. apppear so. feeding uponthe scant crusts, and means by which I iDg the immortal pages A trust! We believe that buses will for

The Tampa Tribune has been elected And then Judge Parker permitted crumbs of merciless poverty. country at this! so full of sacrifice, so replete no land has ever reared bra**or*...*
the New York World to induce him
a member of the associated ,press Oh, the pathos of it all! than will be heroic endurance, so sublime in chivalric men, or lovelier, pswer tad
to make in his
and ulll begin the service next Son-, public sensational Was the Psalmist right in saying election. closing scenes as to command the devoted women tfcas ear oval f Soot*

o statements which could not ration cf the civilized world and
day. that "all is vanity and vexation of land!
be sustained by the proofs and which "You ask if _
unwilling from its
Another great battle will be fought :the president from the White House spirit. But, just now, let M Mt props"*}
y it Mukden. thousand loss Consider for a moment! ladder reaches the .arie5 who labored unceasingly what the unborn
Eighty In denounced to-aeo> as "atrocious faL hoods. Without is own volition a human I look upward I see four to crash out its
years lofty
the lat one, and another coming on. in embryo in the womb of lire ......
It no longer required a seer or a soul is ushered into the world; in an- top is higher than A history which furnishes
It not the bloodshed: enough? reveal. Let ratine laoor
prophet to foretell that the finish other chamber one is ushered out may o+ .
feet the lower
ers of such self-sacrifice, such su-
The one brings radiance,happiness, of the things of tod ,.
was near and the democratic
President Theodore Roosevelt issued party:
as far as that genius and undying devotion to
joy, gladness the other, tears sad-
; Our camp and ottr eitj tare killed
I hit was once more doomed to annual several
proclamation then Iill
ness sorrow. pray to ,as will stand out in bold re-
i day ago setting aside November the But the democratic party i3 not What is it all for? What does it all that He may give through all generations as charac the fatted calf and Wd jrw cwt dust

i twenty.fourth a* Thanksgiving day. dead. mean? Who shall tell us? Who wisdom until its for admiration and emulation to and be merry. We eMUOt to wurfe

It will rise from its ashes, and, knows? clouds." make our welcome M wane a* **.

\ Orange shipments are now moving taking fresh hope and courage will Beatrice Harraden has beautifullysaid patriot and lover of freedom would like-at least wo oaH ted U .

forward at a lively rate. Lee : There was liberty! A history which tells
county once more gird its loins and forth right words in the old Cvfttoi-
i go
-beyond the freezing line-has = "They passed out into the beautiful into the campaign soldiers whose heroic deeds and
-.. shipped to do battle for the people along night. The sky was radiently bejeweled erate dictionary w* ha.. UsoW'
nearly 49,000 boxes the air crisp and cold and to make up for its achievements under difficul
lines that will commend it to all who library-bet tfcow fc Ml old pru
harmless to do ill. In the distancethe never before: encountered, are
The "first voter" Is becoming a bit love truth and righteousness.The coddling of some peasants. In In considering for without verb that reads, ".....epsoft k*...
a parallel in the written
the pie fun and merriment, than words.
i confused. Fiv: parties are after him Election in Oeal l,. side by side with suffering and hopE- I vote for state oj the world! A history where :

q and each: is presenting strong argu- lessness. In the deaconess'house the education cast a So comrades watch. M aorf Me and
The election passed off quietly body of the Dutchman. In God'sheaven a country's people-brave men.
hear how loud&r Bottom shaft apeak'
men to to how that its
1t own tenetsare God's stars." tain your own self noble
here. There were no disturbances of women-laid their all as a
just what the first voter needs. Again: If the members ol ear ousf tall to
any kind. The bar rooms and banks offering upon the altar for the
Asleep upon his bed at one side of make the welcome warm soul eutrtlot
Thane who attended the Confederate were closed: and after voting many of the chamber is the baby of the house- of life, liberty firesides
enough, then watehewimM* WO.A
tt reunion at Ocala report a most enjoyable our citizens went out hunting. The hald-a boy of five summers. His | native land.
cheeks are flushed with health and and: pretty girls. and M* wM .
t time and are enthusiastic in streets looked deserted. It bore no youth and innocent beauty. His Confederate Veterans:
can do for If Ml Ikaa afi
)'ou. thejr ,
-- their praise of the treatment received resemblance to the elections of the childish troubles are all forgotten.He helped to make this history. We
1t is sleeping the dreamless and happy i that I can say is, that year ate ward
4- : at the bands of the people of Ocala. olden times. sleep of childhood. He is all unl actors upon the stage when this .
to subdue now as wore te die
conscious ya
Lakeland News. The only incident out of the ordinary of the ambitions he will tragedy w being play
some day have of the battles he sixties-and we ",...'t want you tat
----- was a telegram from one of the must tight upon life's field of the We came on and went off the

1 If Holloway is placed jn charge of outlying districts stating that it had longings of the soul for something G in many thrilling scenes be come messing aroead ow gM* M?

the state, don't get mad if your boy been higher and nobler and better than the more. Anniversarta tfk. Ifcove ar*
t discovered thatMTaliaferro's the vanity and selfish gain of earth. curtain went down at the .
or girl should happen steal an examination name was not on the ticket the, people Sleep on, baby! Hope is strong with [ the last act. We played our sweet resting plaeoe foes ......, N

paper; advise him to sign in your breast. Life is all before comrades we greet jwi, ad ..,
were fighting mad and wanted to you! and the books will tell, even
his name to the work of others; let ** again we loom el wotajaMttyourselves t PMd
know how the error could be correct- At the other side of the room is the time comes when they are
I him follow the example of those another bed. Upon it lies the coun- at hee
sellor of the n as ancient history, that
ed.The home-the aged one. 1' t we play-
De Land
vote of this
precinct for the The death angel is hovering near- well It is aSegacy far more
electors was as follows Democratic very near. This life, with its tri At the PrtibjUrlM' CheM. ,
On the day before the electionthe umphs and failures its pleasures and than the stocks and bonds of .

Brooklyn Eagle announced that 27S; republican, 47; populist, 40; pain, is receding now. The other 4J Morgan, Gould or Ilocke- Rev. Henry H. Sw *fe, lararl) of

t -: it bad made an accurate poll of New socialist, 19 For superintendent of ago ii,*almost her charity touch of this.speech A and few weeks to pali80'n down to our pro I Louisville, Ky, bat who MOV titans

,i York and predicted that Parker would public instruction: Holloway 129, ment of face and form refine-I that we were on the bloody i i I at Bartow and who .....1k4 11M

roll Wolf 91, \'Neal 69, Resler 12. like a 'benediction that follows after Presbyterian .yttt! ta ..> elty lea
up majority of 75421. The prayer.' But now her life lessons are 1., and acquitted ourselves like

Eagle certainly didn't descend from i This precinct voted a majority all well-nigh learned. Her soul will at Manasas. Fredericksburg week, remained f vr ani MM for
soon be with God." ,
the line of prophets. I against all the constitutional amendments ;ville Shiloh pulpit last Sunday MMMtafc a***
1 Oh ,
1I the romance, the pathos, the Chicamauga,
We I except the one providing for tragedy of a life! ,Antietam, Gettysburg, Olus- evening, Dr. Ltafcajr botsg ...fce. at
note that
I Esopus, the home of an increase in the school
levy. Micanopy.Dr. .
Who shall explore and explain its a hundred other

Judge Parker, registered a majorityagainst Praises the State Officials. mysteries! 0 where sanguinary Sweets is a yettftg seas attdt. a
1 : him of 21. The democratic I to live is honor

papers unfriendly to M r.Bryan were Hon. E. L. Carney, tar collector of : There is something very peculiarand and to have died is glory im strong and earnest pNB'.u. Joth

j quite severe in their comments when Marion county was a pleasant visitor -I very much in Florida's favor. Promoted by of his sermons Sa 4ay wee Uatafi

at the Capital yesterday. 3Ir. Her fruits it to most attentively by "
t be failed to carry his home precinct only here and there any wonder, then, that the eoafrrgationsand
t Carney, who is a genial gentleman an all were tamoM t.
: 1900. How often do chickens I exception, are the sweetest in the of those great and tenif c )

t : come home to roost! and a popular official paid the state I world. Her oranges beat the world should love to meet in annual I pressed with the, Itrc aehe, t.

-- officials a compliment yesterday, in,flavor and the same may be said and grasp the hands of those --- -

er The October issue of the Confederate when he said that the comptroller'sand of her peaches, her pineapples, and wielded the sword, drew the Favored bj Both Parties

d t Veteran contains a picture of the treasurer's force were with her bananas when they reach matur- J I or pressed the trigger In that Republicans and dorocafoto alifc

t Miss Pauline Sullivan, of Ocala, who out one exception composed of ity. Her watermelons and canta- t struggle for praise Foley'. Hooey a4 Tar fir
courteous i{ liberty? To turn j coughtj, colds and all throat *.d leas
was mafd-of-honor for the Florida obliging gentlemen who loupes the the
occupy top place in thej, pages of memory and once I J troubles, and no other wanly nee

Division at the late annual reunion at made a business trip to those officesa markets and the same may be said of And light dressings review the momentous scenes of compare with it. It l. safe aad *,

U ., Nashville, Tenn., and rarely has a pleasure. Mr. Carney also threw her vegetables. Her nearness to the I the great Skin Cure days? To commune |with one I F. T. Slater, merefeai*, 1T1 Mate

o ,' jovelier picture adorned its pages. out valuable suggestion saying thatif Atlantic and gulf may account for it. of emollients. and go over again and incur street Gloucheuter, Ma**., veetk. '

t the people of Leon county would Her fish and oysters have also borne i This treatment at "Foley's Honey and Tar cwrd earn
V' By the way, both candidates shouldbe try Marion ing hair removes the sanguinary of a very bad cough whtofe I bad fur
system of hard the honors. The best bananas as the
put under bonds in the event of roads dandruff destroys carnage went on. To three months though other teereilw
a once they could not be induced the editor of this paper has enjoyed f soothes irritated thunder and failed to benefit
defeat not to break into the magazines to be without watch the flash me. I .a. Mffcl
a ; with weird them. No muddy in many a day was a bunch gathered stimulates the hair the red artillery 1 To recommend it for coughs and eoU.."
tales of how the roads in J seethe
Marion you know.-Tallahassee from a plant in his own yard. The scalp skin smoke as it shut Sold oy Po toffice: Drug Stew wOlnjer
le ',n undoing was accomplished. Let them Capital. I with energy and out the --

ail patronize the newspapers. Advertising flavor was delicious and far excelled j makes the hair the battle grew grand and ter Sewing Miehlaiusd ,."U.# ..
The "Old the imported varieties. !
columns preferred.Pftiitra Confeds" were in full ; wholesome healthy Since the removal of Mr. Ufeo ab

E force at their reunion in Ocala this The acreage planted in else fails. the crash and rattle of the to Gainesville Singer ewb |C .*, .
t. f:: dress iai waist at week, and they all straWber.1 toAlinrnfiwetOavetW. chines and
rifles! To supplies be ebiaiaed
1Asters.1 report an excellent -' ries in the vicinity of B it, t,Jw.ot.ftIClhc.a... see it, to hear
s Stau&t tale Tampa quite PI1J,r. i l d .
Yrilay.V per W) I> from L. W Jackson salesman aiJ
time.-Jacksonville Floridian.. I I bMM+ Sqn! ,l Et large. I A*U-&s" totter 4krMAallu.ctl..('t.ea.Cp revelry collector, h'o. 2S4 Ocklawaha av euuuw
battle raged!
To Ocala. H. 11 1miw

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Tries to Save Wife and Both Are It will be necessary to have at'leastten
I colliers for this service for
PEOPLE CREMATED New York Burned to Death. SUNK* BY A MINE what the fleet Itself can carry Consumption :
Nov. 9.-Joseph .
I a hotelkeeper, after CaPPle'1 W. E. Curtis Tells of Dangers not less than 50,000 tons of coal will
5 saving
Russia's be needed and the ordinary collier can
mother Besetting
and father and three children t Squadron.
not carry more than 5,000 tons. Then
Tae Origin of the Conflagration from his burning hotel lost his own Port Arthur Still Holding Out when the fleet reaches the scene of
life -in I Salt pork is famous old.
rushing frantically into the
CHEWS war it must have plenty of fuel handy
Is Unknown. flames when he learned that hU wife Against the El tJy. GREEN; ENEMT7ATCHPUL or it will be helpless.A fashioned remedy for con.

had not escaped. large number of Japanese torpedo

FILLED WITH The bodies of Capple and his wife ARMIES Japanese Torpedo Boat Lying Off boats and destroyers have disappeared, sumption. "Eat plenty of
I were found later In the cellar, lying African Coast, It h Beltered-Weak and nobody knows what has become of pork," was the advice to the
side by them. It is suspected that they
Silver Queen Hotel In side burned beyond recognitioa. Much Points of the Armada, Bollt at Enormous may and
the Is
Tate Sour
Suffering Reported at Port be lying off the coast of Africa some- consumptive 50 100
Cost, and Problem of the
Lake OM Field Texat, Burned Early His aged father was the first to discover Arthur on Account of Lack of Food, where waiting for the Russians to years ago. #
Long "oToge-
tome down that way. It would be I
Twttday Momig-Two Men were Fa. the fire in the hotel. He aroused Medicines, Etc.-Japanese Victory Is
I for the to follow the Salt is if
the son, who thinking there time The Baltic fleet, which the Russian easy Japanese pork good a man
Lilly Burned | was the Inevitable Reult. Russians with a mosquito fleet, not
for al Ito escape In safety, led first government has been working so hard only for the purpose of watching their coil stomach it. The idea

li.M *t<*. Tn. Nor -Tne Silver his father and mother by the handto Shanghai, Nov. .-It is received in upon ever since the beginning of the movements and keeping the authori- behind it is that fat is the

Queen boi, In tke Soutr Lake oil safety In the yard. When he British naval circles, that a Japanese war and which started its long voyage ties at Tokyo informed as to their

Lid. wra..1 early today and four peo- ; turned to re-enter the building he man-of-war ,has been sunk by a mine by firing on British fishing boats In the whereabouts, but to fire an occasional food _the consumptive needs

$# IHtfMIt to death ; found the hall blocked with smoke. off Port Arthur. North sea, has been delayed for monthsby torpedo or drop a floating mine in their most.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod..

n. dt&4: i i He fought through It to an upper room the discovery of defects In the vessels course.

C R LU, Spin lie Top. )I1M and returned carrying his youngest Japs Still Besieging Port Arthur. by the necessity of training the It is the popular opinion that Admi- .

tUailtea, Spindle Top. child. The other children followed Tokio Nov. 9.-Official reports from crews and by accidents which are always ral Rojestvensky spend the win- ern method of feeding fat to

Jm Stlkb and wife, New Hanover, close-on his heels. Port Arthur sInce Saturday's report of occurring on new and untried ter cruising about on tropical waters

Tn, "Where Is my wife?" he cried. "She the progress made by the besieged ships, says William E. Curtis, the special trying his ships, training his men and the consumptive. Pork is too
getting everything ready for
PrulIllW fatally injured: followed me out. She Is not here." indicates that the Japanese operations correspondent of the Chicago, Rec tion of hostilities in the spring.a resump-But rough for sensitive stomachs.

The woman could not be found. Caps are proceeding satisfactorily there, al-i!:
lick 8uUlvta and Ben Tucker, both I at Washington. Naval experts wherever he goes and whatever he Scott's Emulsion is the
Pie became frantic. It though slowly. Limestone formationsand most
Lake. appeared cer- consider it
e1 gear an exceedingly risky does, it will be always necessary to
Tit tetl ,.u BHed with guest tarn death to re-enter the burning rocky ground interfere with the thing merely from a mechanical stand- look out for the enemy. Such deliberate refined 'of fats, especially

Tu ofifto of the fire U unknown. building, but the neighbors who had sapping. It is now considered that;: point alone to start this great fleet on cruising considered absolutely for

gathered about could not hold the husband the character of Rihlung mountain I I so long a cruise, because no harbor of necessary to put the fleet in shape for prepared easy digestion.

CIRU REFUSED ESCORT. back. Thinking nothing of his II I and East Keekwan mountain without. refuge Is open to It, and it has no place bottle because the ships would scarcely Feeding him fat in this

own safety, he dashed through the Entse and Etse moi/itains Is not_ suf. ,. to go when It gets to the far east By be in fighting trim If they were to

Victim tf Cincinnati Degenerate Was flames and smoke and disappeared.In I I' ficient to force the Russians to aban :: the middle of November Vladivostok, make a quick voyage direct to the way, which is often the only

another Russia's only harbor In tile east:, win be ;: scene of hostilities. The Russians haveno '
Tired and Started Home. moment the house became don the city proper. j i,I I way, is half the battle, butScott's _
frozen and even If the fleet should
up i I Oregons or men like Captain Clark
so enveloped in flame that all Reports from the Shakhe river say
CiMtefeici Ner. 9.-Mlu Alma
reach there safely not a ship could en- and his and Emulsion does more
hope of rescuing him was abandoned. both armies are strengthening their crew, after 15,000 or 18.000
tttfttv, Ut telephone operator iter before next May. It is too late to" miles of cruising all the vessels in the
It is than that. There is
thought that Mrs. Capple after positions and: otherwise busy preparing some-
IM feer Miff who was mistreated rescue Port Arthur. Under the most fleet will require a good deal of overhauling -
fleeing on the first alarm returnedto for another' great battle I I I ;
1a4 totttJIf 1 a ur4+r l on a street cor. favorable circumstances, without acci- even if they are not compelledto thing about the combination 3
her room to save her valuables. The scouts are constantly in touch
Jar ue "f wtf tome last Wednesday dent or" detention, It would take at fight their way through.It .
of cod liver oil and
...... rf.*.4 tM company of her The husband was seen rushing up the and frequent outpost skirmishes occur least sixty days for the fleet to get is scarcely probable that the.Japa- hypophos- :

..*.tfc.trt. HIRe NO was tired and stairway, and it is thought that he but there is no likelihood of a there, and that would be nearly mid- nese will let the Baltic fleet come very phitesin Scott's Emulsionthat <
must have found her in her room and general engagement for the present w ter.
wow grr itaeao aND. : near the Yellow sea. It Is doubtful! ,
Kftfter. business _started to lead her to the door when Reinforcements of Russian troops, Of the thirty-seven ships in the fleet they allow the Russians to even enter puts new life into the _
Jet.p a young '
them and they were buried under the riving. ar'l I have been constructed and fitted out In will know every movement Every
"r" Mar 1M started for home and action the diseased
great haste, and defects to on lungs.A .
burning debris in the cellar. many are step of the Baltic fleet will be reported, :
eCtrwf tu>> 1M br escort u usu ; Five minutes after the husband was Suffering in Beleaguered City. I I be expected. Furthermore the crews and within a few weeks, when the cold
it botrtfcfelwQ BOW, because theirLnvere' are and Inexperienced. Most of I sample uiU be
green weather sets In, most of the Japanese
swallowed up In the fire the house sol Che Foo Nov. 8.-5:30 p. m.-The -
t\I'OM' Hi Lane" was postponed lapsed. Japanese besieging Port Arthur, ignoring :; the engineers and machinists are untried ships may be released from the block- .. sent free upon request.

h4 tilt girt thereby came to her Lieutenant General Stoessel, i r and_very few, if any, of the men ade of Port Arthur and will be free to ,, Ee cure that thb pictvn lathe
.... on board have ever participated in a cruise southward in search of the en form rf a libel u o. tilt
RACE FIGHT IN COLORADO. th ecommander of the Russian military of bottle of
nat MM ......r&te who murdered I I battle, although, as has been demon- emy. The following is a list of vessels wrapper EmubioD you crtry bur.SCOTT .
forces there have terms of
Mitt 11Ie'I g aUo killed Miss Mary offered strated in every emergency, the sailors hi the Japanese navy available for that &
Negro Strike-Breaker Kills Marshal. render to the Russian troops, accord and soldiers are both great fighters. purpose:
UeteeaU sad Mtu Lulu Mueller re-
Lynching Averted. ing to advices leaving Port Dalny i The Baltic fleet is composed of the BatUesbJps.-MIkua. Asahi S e;; BOVVNE,
ftttlf It fctawwt the exact spot in LOT
Canyon City Colo., Nov. .-At Coal: yesterday. In the meanwhile: the following vessels: Yafihlma, Fuji Chin Yen. CHEMISTS
tits' I.***, M obscure pathway where I Ii i I
Creek, a coal mining camp of the Colorado ceaseless activity of picks and spades j i BATTLESHIPS. Armored Cruisers.-Adsuma, Takuzno, 409) Pearl St., N. Y.
lhe tMftfowrf'i body was found, Iwate. Idsnmo, Toklwa. Asama. Kasaga,
Fuel and Iron company, rave continues. The Japanese are gradually i i TonLaunch- Nlasin. and $1: all druggisti
tl. pt Mee now **y they have little nage. ed. 500
trouble between imported negro strikebreakers advancing their trenches, which Imperator Alexander III... 13,516 1901 : Protected Cruisers. Kasagl, Chltose,

t... for dtxitUag. The fatal and the whites broke out spell inexorable fate to the watchingRussians. Oslyabya .....,............... 12,674 1898 Ztsukushlma Hashldate, Matsushima,
v.M4. et aH were ( o the head crush when Slssol Veliki:...............10.400 1894 Takasago. Naniwa. Takashibo. Akltsim-
if eM gels at about the point suddenly City Marshal Hiram I I Navarln .....................10.206 1891 shims, Idsuml. Akashl. Suma Chlyoda, vtt
same Dates, who had been called to quella A Russian prisoner captured Oct. :: Borodino ..........._........13.516 1901 Nlltaka, Tsusblma.i A gf1m
*t 14. to.tft4 tea were Inflicted with fight at a negro dance, was shot 26 said the troops composing the gar Orel ..........................13.516 1902 i Unprotected CrulBers.-Ya'ayama. Ta-
file 'M next of a ttMpoo. In each Knlaz Suvarow............. 13,516 1902 kao Tenriu Katsuragl. Yamato,
dead by Grant Thompson, a negro, as rison of Port Arthur were in want and I Idlspalroo. Tsukushl Ml1S3.Shl.l' fr\ft I tIJrP"AS
ran there was BO other motive, clear. he I I ARMORED CRUISERS. Torpedo Boat Destroyers.- ,
hall. the fruitlessness
entered the They saw
Dmitri Donskol............. 6,200 1883 Asashlo, Harusanie. Murasame,'Akatsukl,
If. Mare MtaiMil' aault or the fiend- White citizens organized a posse of the struggle. Hopeless of relief, ;I Admiral Naklmov.......... 8.521 1SS5i Kasuml. Ikatsuchl. Inadsuma, Akebono, ; MEET

ten <>tHlH .f ..**...t11 the dead and caught Thompson. Nearly every with food scarce and medicine and I PROTECTED CRUISERS, FIRST CLASS. Sazanaml. Oboro. Shinnonome, :Muraku-: I ( tJ x ALLCDS

...u_ 'rf yewS sad baadconie vie white man in camp is armed. About hospital supplies insufficient It is admitted !:! Aurora ....................... 6.731 1900 mo Yuglri. Shtranul. Kagero. Usugumo.Asagirl. .
Aa.4aURDLR : Oleg ........................... 6.675 1903 Hayatorl. Ryeshetelnl. I. t. Ixp-rlt: .'etrse.tnlft Md it ax "
ae" 40 negroes left the county before day. by the Russians that a Japanese r.. .. \1 ,
I I PROTECTED CRUISER. SECOND CLASS. The Russian fleet at Port Arthur can x 't r tdt'tt14e..... rOo

CHARGED 70 FAMILY. light. Five negroes are still In the victory was ultimately inevitable. '1 SvyeiUna .................... 3.862 1896i give the' ships of Admiral" Rojestvenky Iki II'I'. ._:.. ; I7IS r: r'.:.."i f"t: l--S"'io"-L'" ;J" f
camp, being granted permission to stay i .1..dntS
.... PROTECTED CRUISERS. THIRD CLASS. no assistance. The Gromobol and :
until they collect their time checks. Artillery Firing Continuously I I Almaz ..................,..... :3.825 1903 the Rossla, which made so much trou- O. U. FCRnY w CO.
wrt. Hirf*hir, Step-Slster andBeesrs The white miners Thompson a Mukden, via Pekln, Nov. 9.-Artillery Zhemchug .................... 3,106 1903 DkrkolT, kCti
gave ble and did so much damage for a little -
i Izumrud ...................... 3,106 1903 1ALL '
-In Lsw Accused. beating before delivering him to the firing was continuous all along I while, are now not only hors du L-

Idemprt Cm*.. l'Y. 9.-Six per sheriff. Threats of lynching bad been the lines on Monday and intermittent'I t DESTROYERS. Tons. Speed. combat: bat are frozen up in .the harbor

fps ..... fQlCP4 the murder of made, but the cooler heads controlled. this morning. A battle might commence I Bulni .............................. 330: 26*-27 of Vladivostok. I
.. *M PfMtua Stadertoa. whosefcofe 1 Bravl ............................. 350 26ft I ( THIS WEEK
at any hour. It will be a question Blestyashtchl .................... 350 26?, I
... fwN<4 Meadsy la a gravel ELECTION TRAGEDY IN COLORADO of many days if not weeks to decide I Bulstri ............................ 250 26 MINING LAND ,ON A TABLE I -AT-
mt H Ut .Ite of tae city with his -- the position which Is the most Bodrl .............................. 350 26V4I ,
I Byedovl ........................... 350: 26H
let tint ui.Mi *c sad a MODe chains Three Killed and Several More Are interesting since the commencement ol Bezuputchiu ..................... 250 26HProuzltelnl lla&7 Square Miles Reproduced a* i THE( U FURNITURE( COe

*4 MUM ; his .w_. two bullet holes Fatally Wounded. the war. Each side is waiting lot ....................... 350 264 Centerpiece at a Dinner. ;.
(4ifi.. .. !.. M4 aad his skull crush- Colo. Gromkl ........................... 350 25MiGroznl The east room of the WaldorfAstoria i
Cripple Creek Nov. -Two fee to attack.
other I ............................ 330 26V4Podoljeny Grand Display of Embroidery Work
K TlMf ** Wtlltea Cook, Otto Democratic election Judges were killed ........................ 350 26Rezoy hotel in New York was decoratedthe
COM*, KrftMtf StMtrttm. Samuel Emery. In this district today and a Peabody Russians Arrive at Shanghai. I ............................. 350 26H other night to represent the princi- I done on Sewing :Machines. Comprising

Hf. Ofttf .aa4.rson and Clara deputy sheriff was mortally woundedand J Shanghai Nov. 9.-The officers and AUXILIARY CRUISERS AND TRANSPORTS. pal features, topographical indus- I Kensington, Battenburg,
Don. Ural. Terek Kuban Irtlsh Ana. trial of several hundred square miles Honiton Braid and fine Duchess -
Sattfc.WimM. a number of Democratic judges crew of the Russian_ torpedo boat de
dye Argun. Smolensk and Petersburg: of British Columbia mining country,
fer the arrest of Otto and1I14Naai and thrown into which the work on Curtains, Lambrequins -
were beaten jaiL stroyer Ryeshltelni, Japanese scout cruisers armed. (Converted mer- says the New York Tribune. The occasion -

ft*+k a&d Ernest Sanderson Ike Idelbolt and Chris Miller, judgesat cut out of the harbor at Che Foot chant ships of high speed.) was a dinner to the officers and Banners,Drapes Pic

wtrt *.fTe4 l Ie Jail ending th ebabeaaffW Goldfield, were shot down by one on Aug. 12, have arrlver here on the Hospital ship Orel. principal stockholders of & Boston and J j!I f ture Etchings, Table 1
u*. &uury. who has been miss of Sheriff Bell's deputies. They had Manjur, with the exception! of the com :Kamchatka, Ocean. Montreal mining company who recently ,I Spreads, Etc., Etc.,

ret ever state the day the body of ordered the deputy out of the polling mander, who escaped at Woo Sung. COLLIERS. returned from a visit to the com- '! most of which has

SB44fwo was found, was arrested place. He refused to go and turning He is probably now homeward bondon Korea. Kital. Knlaz, Gorcha, Kov. pany's properties. j j has been displayed '

ca t fr. a&d brought here to Jail. upon the judges, shot and killed them. a German mail steamer. i This is one of the largest fleets that A few days ago the managers of the at the Paris Ex

At midday B. Doyle, a deputy sheriff I I ever went to sea and one of the most company brought Manager Barse of I I position.A .

LIVE LIKE NABOBS. assaulted Mrs. Kennedy, a Democratic RAILROAD GETS VALUABLE LAND I powerful. It is commanded by three the Waldorf a set of photographs of I Competent Representative and

Judge, and In a struggle that ensued I rear admirals-Rojestvensky, Falkersen the country about Boundary falls. They ',I and Expert will illustrate free the
said they wanted something new
Gypsies Travel 'In Carriage as Fine as tore her dress and slapped her. I Southern Pacific Is Awarded an 1ft and Enkoist-and an enormous method of doing this fine workon
t the way of a centerpiece for the com
has been in .
a Private Pullman. Ed O'Leary, a Democratic watcher,i I Mile Right of Way. amount of money expended pany's annual dinner. Oscar Tschirky, the Sewing Machine. It
1le. York NOT. *,-The wealthiest" Interefered, and shot Doyle fatally Phoenix Arl&. Nov. 9.-The best its construction, armament and equip-
'. ment. The value of the fleet Is the chef of the hotel, put his artists at '' will be Za treat well worth
vWted New York him. O'Leary was arrested known through the Rocky mountain money I'I'
I eta tat ever wounding pass of itself very large. Some idea of Its work and the result was a faithful reproduction seeing. All free. Don'tmiss
t Lave pttelHrf. thHr tents In the Uronx, and placed In jail. I system has been awarded to th< of the entire mining district I
cost be obtained from the follow- iti!
I ea UM fWnksa rod, near Vye avenue. I ..e.-.r._... Southern Pacific railroad by Judge ing table may: The mines, half hidden in forests II I _

t Thelf tra"tefi are of the costliest ATLANTA WANTS STATE FAIR. Doan. Seven battleships 18,600.000 each..J45.500,000: of evergreens, were faithfully re .
. Lied I The judgment gives the Southern Two armored cruisers, J3.000.000 produced. The big smelters of the I i

)I;RK Baker, tfce leader of the band.loAiU Citizens Meet at Piedmont Hotel to Pacific the contested right of way each ...............................10.000.000 company, with piles ,of ore, were i I !
oft Dudley Six protected cruisers averaging smoking in their relative positions, and iLUMB.ER
of baying read the palms Discuss Movement. for 18 miles between Kelvin and J2.500.000 each..................... 15000.000
I *.f of tie Ke.lth nobility, including Atlanta Nov. 9.-ITie next stat efair along the Gila river, immediately Twelve destroyers J250.0CO each". 3,000,000 the narrow gauge railroad by which I
Victoria. She of the Georgia Agricul- below a narrow box canyon, where not Nine auxiliary: cruisers, averag- the officers had reached the mines was
that of tM late Queen" under auspices ing 11,000.000 each.................. 9.000.000 reproduced. The ore was actually tak- !!
t ttyt g.1 return& to this country (hertattf tural society will probably be held in more than one road can find its waj Two repair ships. J500.000 each...._ 1.000.000 en from the mines. The British flag HOl'UII and

three weeks ago, after 1 Atlanta. Assurances that Atlanta hasa through. The decision was based Three coUers J500.000 each......... 1.500,000 i I DnE.4i) EnI
Iud that the Southern Hospital ship....................... 750.000 and that of the Dominion were flying I I '
14 4fM of 40 years most of which chance to succeed In an effort to mainly upon the fact in various places, and no detail was Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.

time was spent In EppIng Forest near obtain the fair have come from those Pacific had filed its maps in the Tucson Total .................................$S5,iSOOCO too small to, be faithfully worked out. i I I

London, She travels In "Pullman" : who are interested in it, and prom!. land office two hours before those It will cost In the neighborhood of The mining camp was reproduced even I B. H. Seymour

: esma,.-. a housellke vehicle, 21 feet Dent men of this city' have not only of the Santa Fe. 600,000 for coal to send the Baltic fleet to the signs on the toy saloons and I I ,

loa, sad elaborately fitted with every i made that effort, but also are going around to Port Arthur. Under the most restaurants and the Northwest mounted :: Ocala, Fla.Uroteaetonal..
-F flUe, and sleeping convenience. i, to exert all their energies to secure Political Plane Growing Higher. favorable circumstances the seven battleships policemen patrolling the streets. It -4

: in making It. New York, Nov. 9.-8lr WemyslReid will need at least 30,000 tons, was one of the most elaborate table :1- '
the cruisers 20,000 tons, the auxiliaries decora ions ever worked out at any ho-
club of
DISMISSED. :' The meeting at which this was des chairman of the Reform ..
40,000 tons, the repair and hospital tel. 1 1 _ .. .r -- --
t ceded was held In the assembly room London the largest political organization t
ships 4,000 tons each, the twelve destroyers 1'I' E.BIGGS.
United States of the Piedmont hotel upon the invi- in England who is now in -
Dcl..ion Rendered by I :500: tons each or a total of Smart Waistcoat For Men.I .
I Supreme court. I tatlon of George W. Parrott, who has this city believes the political planein from 105,000:: to 110,000 tons and It Is notice a fashion among the ultra ATTORXEY-AT.LAW.'

,\'.... NOT. .-In an opinion 'for some time been interested in the America is gradually growing high.I a very serious problem to provide this smart well dressed men, who have Office In Gary-Aguew Block.)
fcf CbW Justice fuller the supreme ': matter of securing the next state fair I, A life-tfme observer of American fuel It must be remembered that no their white waistcoats for evening OCALA.

tout of the United States dismissed I for Atlanta and who last evening read politics, he said I cannot help coaling stations are open, and It ia nec- dress cut very low; right to the bottomof D. FULLER L. P.BLALOCK.D.Ds.L ,

the rate of Stevenson v. Fain.'Tfct the correspondence between himself remarking that both parties han essary for the fleet to carry its own the shirt front, and then fastened } ._- AtticUat

* CAM grew out of a controversy and Hon. Dudley Hughes, of the State reached a much higher standard in supply. Every ship started oat with with two buttons, which are generally DENTIST.Over .

the ownership of a body Agricultural society. In this corre- I their campaign than ever before. full bunkers, which will be sufficientto 1 jeweled, the ends of the waistcoats Munroe &t Chambli Ban\.OcaU. FU.

of coowBloK wild lands lying on the border of spondence Mr. Hughes requested Mr. I Abroad I might say your politics han take them td some point on the ,' coming in long points, says the London M. THOMP50X. -
north African coast:, where they can I correspondent of the New York J
the high-
North | been regarded on
the Hates of Tennessee and I Parrott to take some action regarding t not always I
Herald. The rolled of the waists -
and Inlets revers
obtainable. But there is a find plenty of secluded bays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
county Ten j est level
tie Und lay In Monroe the matter. In which they'can coal from the col. f coats are not Ironed flat back, but form Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp.Moatewma.
CaroHna. Stevenson claimed that As a result Mr. Parrott assembled t' distinct ascent., toa_ higher- 'platform. liers. The second supply will carry i quite a turnover in the old fashioned OCALA. FLA.EDWIN .

the lads lay la Monroe county .Ten- about 50 business men, and these men Runaway Team Kills Man them through the Red sea, and they style worn by Count d'Orsay. Of

fim aod alerted title under a grant last night not only voted unanimously Anniston, AlA., Nov. 8. The deathof will have to find some safe place down | course the vest demands perfect cut SPEN.ER._

from that state, while Fain asserted in favor of inviting the next.state fair Fa.yet.te Adams occurred in a singu there to renew the supplies. Then ting and perfect washing, and then the AT'\,

that they were In Cherokee county, to Atlanta, but also authorizing Mr. lar manner. He was hauling him they can go to Sumatra and there take effect is extremely smart There is a OCALA, 7 1' 7L011DA...

N rta Carolina, and were held under Parrott, Alderman James G. Woodward bar from Lee's mill to Oxford, and on enough to carry them to the Philip tendency too. toward the use of two

a grant from that state. Frank Weldon and W. G. Cooper to his return with an empty wagon the pines, where they can find plenty of studs instead of one.Widowhood. J K. CHASE. _

n. United States circuit court tot appoint a committee of seven men to mule became frightened when neat harbors that are safe from storm but DENTIST.

it district of Tennessee held tale up with Mr. Hughes and other the sw irlll and nn away. Mr. are scarcely safe from .the Japanese In Korea. OCALA. FLCARLOS
i. fleet From that time on It will be a Widows in Korea never remarry no
tt ,e land lay wholly In North members of the Georgia Agricultural Adams w&a thrown violent to the
matter of fighting. matter how young they may be. Even / L. 6ISTRUNKJ ,
The supreme court' dls- the question of holding the and his neck waa broken by
it. society I ground The two colliers In the list can carry though they bad been married only a \
.. wu baled oo the ground that meeting of the state fair in this the falL I ATTORRCT.AT.LAW
next second
t i scarcely enough for one coaling and month they may not take a ,
It ,li without Jurisdiction In the case.x city. relays! will have to be sent at frequent husband. R>>mt.i .



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At the Christian Church. -.-- A PetitionTo ir ,.. ; -. _".':: :: UR'SPEOIALTIES: :' ; "

5 'Work'1 WM 'the subject of Mr. Mr. J. D. Robertson: .

Rowland's morning sermon at the The undersighed citizens request .I\ : gY

Christian church Sunday. The you to become a candidate for coup L0DIES1'RE1Q' Y-MADE G RMENTS G NTLEMENS' RE1DY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING / ; 'I)

whole life represents a day in God's cilman from Ward One at the elec

.!gbt. Every life, to be a happy one, tion to be held on the second Tuesdayin :t- ..a., A beautiful line of Shirtwaists See our Special Suit at $7.50. It ;

inUit be a useful one. An empty, December, 1904.\) = An exquisite line of Dress and Walking can't be beat.

Circle** life not only is an unhappy Chas. E. Taylor, B. E. Rayscr, T.

one, but when eternity is to be faced, B. Snyder, J. L. Emerson, ,Jno. L. f Skirts' A complete stock Shirts Underwear' ,
of Jackets and
An endless variety
the person then realizes his or her Edwards, F. B. Beckham, E. W., Davis '
and Hats.
lost opportunity. H. G. Haycraft, W._ W. Clyatt, l :- Cloaks in the latest styles.JVC. tt

Opportunity brines responsibility, Maurice Strauss, C. R. Ty dings, B. I ,: iJ
and every Christian in Ocala had H. Clark, J R. Gadson, G. A. Nash,T td FIrr ':! T $2

boundless opportunity of doing good M. Handlesman, Marcus Frank, W. ; -.'- : ..' ...1>-, I

work here. The highest life is a life C. Jeffords, S. A. Standley, W. K. __
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of service and no one can afford to be Knight, G. T. Maughs, Louis H. -er r err
Idle when there U so'mnchworktobe Dosh, P. V/"Leavengood, Thos. E. Governor Jennings in Ocala Obituary.J. AT THE BiG FAIR. { be afraid". "God Is our refuge and

done. Mr. Rowland spoke most hopefully Pasteur) J. W. Smoak, P. W. Spell- Governor William S. Jennings was W. Jordan, the subject of the strength."The gift of God Is eternal

: of the work in Ocala, but said man, M. C. Posh, Wm. Hocker, R. in Ocala Friday for a few hours and following resolutions by the committee Miss, Owens Gives' .n Interesting De. life." "I am the way, the truth and

s there remaineth yet much to be done .I E. Flinn, J. F. Crawford, J. F. Wil- during his stay here quite a numberof appointed by the Quarterly Con- scrlption of the Attractions at St. the light." In this building are caw,

y and urged upon his people more, consecrated liamson, W. C. Smoak, A. G. Gates, our citizens called on him. ference of Lady Lake Mission, was Louis. engines, boats, air ship, baloon.,

lives, more deeds of love A. A. Winer J. B. Brooks, J. 'B. 1851 was happily kind
The governor had been to Citra born August 22, ; Written for the Ocala Banner statues of horses of every ratwa's -
and more Christ-like charity. Noth Brooks, E. M.,Howard, Henry Ray- married to Eliza Jane Ross February I I
looking after his grove near there, The architecture of the buildings is carriages, buggies, wagon.,

ing could have been more heart- sor, Joseph, Bell, 0. W. Reagan,F.J. which is in splendid shape and will 12, lSr4, and departed this life July magnificent Ever'one'see, s on a automobiles, bicycles and tricycle,

searching and beautiful than the evening Huber, Wm. Tucker, W. E. Hutson, bear a profitable crop of oranges this 29, 19C,4, in great peace and the bless- race here, so we began b] climbi.g a all up to date. We were unable to

a' sermon, the subject of which Geo. C. Pasteur, M. Rubin, W. H. season. ed hope of a glorious resurrection. A high bill in he German section to seeD pass "the Battle Abbey," for we

was, "Am I my Brother's helper." Clark, J. Mathews, T. L. Thomson The governor was asked about that devoted wife and six children remainto <-s Deutrci. Hans. Here ,we found wished to know who and what made

Every new life has'an influence in C. N. Mathews, John Pasteur, his loss while the entire
"Omaha interview. He replied by mourn and enteedrs.! Roerer's Cafe, our great men and we wondered why
the whole world, as a pebble droppedor M. R. Hunnicut, 0. T. Green, Jake and church sustains irreparable
saying that he was not interviewedand community which is run in grand style, as she i3 : there is not a pkco for letting the
thrown into the vast ocean, effects Brown, D. M. Boney, E.L. McIntosh, loss in his departure for the
anything it may have containedwas the famous t-acher cooking schools. great women be known. Next we
the great deep. Every human being S. S. Savage, E. L. Vaughn, D. T. fiction mansions above. PASTOR could
not resist Brazil
'I manufactured. It was "pure We strolled through the terrace of I going to to tee
I. dependent upon others and none Thomas A. M. Carlton R. L. Mathews I
I I from beginning to end," said the in states enjoying the beautiful flower and enjoy the delicious coffee. It U
can shirk the responsibility of influence Whereas, his infinite wisdom -
i 0. B. Howse, Horace Harold, .
governor.He gardenson each side. Wish:our Florida nothing like that they sell in Florida, .
if they would. Only the Cain's has removed from our association -
Alfred Ayer, J. N. Brown, Will A. I
said that while attending the people! could all see the grand the beans are twice as large and the
and murderers ask, "Am I my Broth- Goin, C. A. Liddon, F. B. Hester. J on earth, our friend and brother, I
convention at St. Louis, one of the I Festival Hall, where amusement3 aroma so much more fragrant. We
er'i helper:ana Mr.Rowland said Joseph '. Jordan, and I
Confederate Reunion During Tampa evening papers printed a telegramto abound. Oh! it is exremely grand ended the day by visiting the Pike
that.lyingwas one of the most far Whereas, We consider it due to his i
Fair. Senator Carmack, paid so have j[ with a cascade in front, also innumerable to go up in a magic whirl-wlnd to
reaching and awful sins with which memory and our Church and Sabbath
Capt. J. B. Walton, who is greatly Parker. The i J. A. OWE
been sent by Judge Paradjse. cs.
humanity isjcursed. 1 school that the inspiration of his fountains and a email
interested in the matter, has just
made its about two
The lodges are doing a great and paper appearance Christian life and good deeds be pre- liver with gondolas floating on it.; The Negro In South Africa
returned from Ocala where he '
o'clock and at six o'clock that after- '
grand work in teaching the brotherlylove served to us, and to those who suc- with delighted humanity. No A negro'writing from Krugerudorp,
attended the state reunion, and reports -
Carmack denied its
and paternal feeling and ,responsibility noon Senator ceedus; therefore be it oaa e" n conceive the grandeur displayed Transvaal, South Africa, to the New
that'a. most cordial receptionwas
and when the "Sheehan
that should exist among all Resolved, 1st, That we lament'the in the numerous buildingswithout York World under date of October
given the veterans, also that
: what is known as
human beings. It behooves the churchto hundreds who visited Ocala will be telegram" or now passing, away of Brother, Joseph W. Seeing, theme; "seeing is ,first and signing his initial., H. A. B.,

realize and assume the responsi- Judge Parker's "gold telegram" was Jordan; but, with the blessed assu- believing," so come: and'see.. We has the following to say of the treatment -
in Tampa, and many more ,in'addi- I
and others doubted
made public he
bilities that devolve upon them in rance that while he is not in our went through the Education and'So-, the negro receives at the hand.
tion. A number of
their relations to one another,-for the large prominent its genuineness, but after Judge Par- midst, he is forever with the God he : cial Economy: building, which proved of the English: .
Confederate officers have been invited I
ker stated that it he
wa genuine
i' church la a fraternal order 'of God's. to attend and deliver addresses, loved and obeyed. very interesting Next came the "I sent a parcel through the pott

P people, and more than any others, has never doubted it, nor 2d. That the memory of his faith- Palace of Liberal,Arts. The Pike attracted last Christmas to "Yankee" Wood
them the
t' among being following:
were each his or her brother's keep- Gen. A. P. Stewart authorized any newspaper reporterto fulness to all good causes, especiallyto us then to 'hoot the chutes," an old colored American, who bas
; "
ere.I Gen. Harrison Gen. Law say that he regarded it a "fake. the Church and Sabbath school, be which is really fear inspiring; all sur- been here for the past thirty year
I Miss Whitfield sang beautifully, Bartow Gen. Bullock ;Ocala Gen., "In other words," said the governor, an inspiration to both and fall of encouragement vive, though, and after regaining our When he went to the postoffice to re-
; ; "the Omaha interview took ceive it he
they saw colored
never was a
"In the Secret of His Presence," to all ,who love theLord's I breath come out smiling. with eyes,
Ballentine, Fernandina; Col. Martin, place." man and would not deliver it to him;
r and all the (brightened with excitement.
service Our
song was enjoy cause.
Ocala ex-Governor Fleming, Jack- i and I'm blessed if he didn't have to
i able. Florida in Her Glory. 3d. That we point the of our i destination then is ta beautiful Constantinople white
'" soville. One of the most elaborate young get a man to go and get it.

r Both services were well attended, programs of the fair week has been In addition to the fact that.sixteen community to his life as one full of and. next througli mys- i!'I 1 I,I Old "Yankee" has seen the day he ."

., and especially the evening_ service. arranged in honor of the reunion, including counties of South Flori la will be rep- labors of love, and joyfully,devoted to terious Persia.. On the Pike we saw ,. was worth his $10,000, and the Patch
thought a deal of him. You
resented at the South Elorida Fair the Master's cause. a man ascend a perfectly upright lad- great
t Death of Kr. Crano. a grand reception and ban- see what the English
are doing for
. : at Tampa, November 15-23, inclusive, der
4th. That we, with our entire 100 feet high, who dived down to
at the the black
Information was received in this quet Tampa Bay Americans. We must noti
. by the highest class exhibits! of all church and earth in a tank of water
in'a not much
'i. community, join walk on the sidewalk
city yesterday afternoon of the deathof Tampa cor. in Time-Union. I nor can we buy
Chase Crane. He died at his old the products ever collected in this common sympathy of bereavementwith larger than himself. Being Baptists, : a piece of ground. We can hardly ....

>-' Meeting of the Kings Daughters state, the carnival and amusement the afflicted family, commending again visited the Baptist car, whichis bi-eathe. We are all put on the same
home in
Waverly.Illinois last Friday'
)Ir. Crane lived in this city for a The regular monthly meeting of features will be on a grander scale them to the Heavenly Father, in at liberty to travel on any railway. footing as the raw native."

L number of years and made, large the! Kings Daughters was held in the fian those of any fair ever held in whom he found strength and refugein free of charge, and is now in the :1 Mrs. W B Fraser

Elk's! Hall.yesterday moining. the south, excepting possibly the cot- every hour of need, for consolation Transportation Building receiving Will again delight an Ocala au-
number of friends here, who will be 'dience
The annual read and ton states held in Atlantaa on Tuesday evening, Nov. 15,
report was approved exposition in this hour of their great sorrow visitors and contributions for mis-
exceedingly or"his with her
pained to learn inimitable negro dialect, in
and will be published in the few years ago. The space neces- and sionary work.
bereavement. All <
- death. lIe held several positions of Surely, "Earth around are fceau- which she has no superior. Mrs

1 trust and was an upright and newspapelslater. sary for accommodating the marvelous has no sorrow heaven cannot heal." tiful quotations from the Bible. The Frazer will be here under the auspices

: excellent citizen. Mr. Crane has The principal event of this meeting attractions to be seen on the 5th. We respectfully recommend following are a few short ones that I of the Daughters of the Con fed.

been ill with consumption for a longtime was the annual election of officers. midway is more than a half mile in that a copy of these resolutions be remember; "Jesus only." "He eracy. Let all hear her. Admission,

andhis death, while greatly Mrs. W. C. Lindsay was re-elected length and 200 feet in width. The sent to the Florida Christian Advo- faileth not." "I will trust and not 300.FURNITURE children. under 12 years, 25c., adults

president; Mrs. J. C. Porter, secretary finest attractions of the St. Louis cate and the Ocala Banner for publi-
regretted, was not unexpected. He
; Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb, correspond- fair, Coney Island and from other cation that be
leaves a wife and three small children ; a copy sent to the i

who have the sympathy of their ing secretary; Mrs. R. L. Anderson, famous fairs and resorts have been family of our deceased brother, and

treasurer; Mrs. S. A. Standley, Mrs.N. drawn upon for these features. Not that these resolutions be spread
many friends in their berevement' I upon
I. Gottlieb, Mrs. H. C. Groves, less than fifty fine shows have the records of our.Church and Sunday

"0. It TDay..', Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Mrs. W. H. been engaged and at least twenty- school.

. The time-worn injunction, "Never W vice-presidents.. five will be added to this number Respectfully submitted, TALK!

put ofi. 'til to-morrow what you can do The meeting was largely' attendedand ,.. ".. ,.... 1
Death of Mrs. Hirsch. .\iiss tiora' Oss, We are receiving t
to-day, ia now generally presented ( every day. shipment of ;
; In this form"Do it to-day!" .That is many important matters dis- Mrs. Edward Hiller, of this city, G. G. Turner, Furniture and all kinds of House Furnishing Good j _

the terse advice we want to give you cussed. has received the sad intelligence of W. A. Wier. tV and as fast as it can be unpacked it Is being put on ; i*
about that hacking demoralizing OFFICERS display. This.line was ordered
cough or OUTWITTED. especially for the |
Blshoo Gray in Ocala the death of her mother,Mrs. Hirsch i t #
cold with which you have been Holiday Tradeand it is without a doubt the prettiest !
Rev. William Crane Gray, of Or- which occurred at her home in Bank Robbers I line we have
for ever carried.
struggling several days, perhaps Disguised at Prospectors I b When casting i
weeks. Take some relibaleremedyfor[ lando, bishop of Florida, spent Sun- Cumberland id. Mrs. Hiller left Make Escape.. about'for a pretty and useful present come in and !

It to-day and let that remedy be Dr. day in Ocala and preached at Grace her mother only a week before her I I Theraoyolis: Wyo., Nov. 9.Sher let us'show, you our stock. II
Boschee's German iff Fanton, of Big Kara anda
county I
Syrup, which has ,
Episcopal church Sunday morning.A death perfectly well and the news
been in use forjover thirty years. A posse have returned from the chase J. A. PITTMAN & SON.
few doses of it will undoubtedly re- good congregation greeted the came as a great shock to her. after Harvey Logan and hIs gang: ot -4.--.#_ =- I

leive your cough or cold; and its continued bishop, whose discourse was much Mrs. Hirsch had been a visitor to Cody bank robbers and reports that The Furniture Men. j ji

,F use for a few days will cure enjoyed. Bishop Gray was on his Ocala on several occasions.Mrs. Logan, by the boldest piece of daring i i
outwitted the officers and made his
you completely. No matter bow was home from Boston, Mass, wherehe Killer's many friends here out of the escape
country and Is now
deep-seated your cough,even if dread attended the general conferenceof sympathize with her in this bereave- well out of the state. -
consumption has attaked :your lung, !
German ; the Episcopal bishops. His ,talk ment. Logan disguised as a prospector,
Syrup surely effec a with, an old
cure as it has done before in thou- was principally of the convention and Does't Respect Old Age.It's tools and provisions pack-mule, tramped loaded out with of PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON PHONE 34.
sands of its proceedings, which were of vital
apparently hopeless cases of shameful when youth fails to the Hole-In-the-Wall country past the ---

lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; interest to the church throughout the show proper respect for old age, but posses and made his way to Caspar, We me prepared to fur.
regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti- country. just the contrary in the case of Dr. where he took a train.' The balance OCALA rush

Monopoly Drug Store. m After the sermon the, following, King's New Life Pills. They cut off of the gang split up, two disappearing OCALA

maladies, matter how severe and completely and two more doubling ICE E
Rifles Minstrel To-Night. persons were confirmed: Mrs. J. G. irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, back in the mountains 2 miles from IOE ICE &

The ambition of the young men Lege, Mrs. Cooper, Miss Cooper, Miss jaundice, fever, constipation all yieldto Thennox>lis.ENGLAND \ACIIHG PACKING

composing the Ocala Rifles Minstrels Laura Norwood, Usher Norwood, this perfect pill. 25c, at Tydings COMPANY
is thoroughly aroused and it may be Brantly Weathers, Donald Schrieberan & Co., drug store. m point city or notice state at. laDY COMPANY.

noted the 1 Selwyn Little.In General Satisfaction Expressed ( {
as Over
biggest attraction that First Attraction for the Elks Lyceum

haa appeared on the Ocala bill boards, the evening Bishop Gray preached Course.Billy Roosevelt's Success; PHONE ,34 WATCH"FOR THE
London, Nov. .-This morniag'snewspapers ... BLUE, WAGON PHONE 34.
at St. James' Mission.
except, perhaps Al G. Field's
aggre- Arlington, on Monday even- devote considerable space ::

gation of artists, who no longer visit Notice. ing, Nov. 14th, at the Elks Hall. to th epresidential election in the .

our city. The Board of Medical Examinersfor Season tickets can now be had at the United States.
The editorial! articles in general! OPPOSITE CITY HALL.
Prof. Pittman says the young men Post Office Drug Store. Please call _i
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida press satisfaction with'evelt's P. O. BOX 374

are striving for the superlative and will meet in the city of Ocala. at and get the tickets as early as possi- success and express the opinion that H. R. HUNTER

have reached it. ble. with'a mandate from the whole
High toned clean
the office of Dr. S. H. Blinch, on Dec. '
he will be better able to give effect STOCESSOKtoo.A.HCXnat,
unique and original, every feature of 14th, 1904, for the purpose of examining I Holloway.Wolf. to the strength of his character.

the show will be enjoyable. Don't applicants for certificates to prac- Jacksonville*, Nov. 8, 10:30_ p. m.- The.Daily Telegraph says that Pres. GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.

miss it. Go at once and procure tice medicine In'the state' of; Florida. The indications from reports received* dent Roosevelt has before him a clear
ticket.. S.: H. RUTCH, Pres, from all sections of the state are that field for the more effective prosecu KEY FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING SAW. FlUNG
tion of, his. Ideas in naval ETOu J
They will have grand street parade T Ocala, Fla. Holloway is, elected superintendentof adnmistratlon ,

promptly at 3 o'clock beaded Jay .u s H. M. ,TAYLOR, M.. D.: ,Sec., ..public instruction ,by ,a. large "vrOI and leave makes the prediction that t. Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Fun

Ocala Cornet Band. lM5-5t Crystal River, Fla.t majority 'j. ,. .,. -"-< : upon his time.tone considerable mark .' OCALA, shed.

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f i tfESE CAPTURE of the shore. He succeeded said the fortifications in reaching MATRON BEATEN WIFE MURDERER CAPTUR:::>. .

Vladivostok are increasing in num. ---

: 1 IMPOtU ANT FORT ber and strength and that the fortress Walter Henlll g, Captured in St. Lcuis,
strongly garrisoned, but the Russians ; Wanted' Chattanooga. .
do not expect an attack on the Chattanooga, Tenn. .Nov. .-Walter PiantuUoforRent : : "
x part of the Japanese and have no in- M.: Henning, alias Hall, formerly from
Arthur Cannot Held
: i Out tention Frenzied Convict Attacks Woman Atlanta. Ga.
I of Invading Korea this winter. charged with tie mur
i Much Lcn er. -- In ,State Prison. der of his wife in this city, July, 1903 . .
'i I I FOREIGNERS LIKE US. i was given a preliminary hearing and For 1905 X X X.

II I bound over to await the action of the !

AYE ONLY ONE MEAL A DAY Say Americans Are Cordial, Courteousi WAS BELIEVED TO BE INSANE grand jury. After committing the al- I ..
ri i i i and Hospitable. leged crime. Hennlng fled to California -
; ., &ers Arc Living in Dtgcuts Along : New York, Nov. 7.-Louis Marie Prisoner Wanted Interview with Matron ; where he was pursued by Sheriff The proD Jri.r oelonins ;.> th' ::;ii of Aoram rtin, situated
in the
.s: rn paition of aualr Hammock composing: a planta
the Rai.rcads-ararese bnc.l KU:- Phillipe and Antoine Gaston Phillipe, !I and Was Summoned to Her Of Hays but was not apprehended until tion of abjut 500 acre nno"'fenc .. n' w wire fence), about
princes of Orleans of last Saturday in St Louis. 3-50 i-es cf which in fin '. '
with Guru Thefrem sons Prince ; fice-Timely Interference of Guards at-3 e o. :ltiv tion, is for rent
?juin / ii ptut J
Louis Phillipe Gaston and Princess de Henning came to this city two years next e ir
:1 1 Them : Bragance, daughter of Don Pedro, late : Saved Her Life. ago from Atlanta, where his people The o lar i -esarded: as of .i 3;t quality-nd: are well adapted
i I r thc_.!vatva of all the cr is prodac:: in this section.DAVID .
To ao. Nor 5-4 p. m.-Japanese ocWatlai emperor of Brazil.have returned to Auburn N. Y., Nov. 7.-Mrs. Annie still reside. In February, 1903 he .\-\jJ'Jh-." .
bill under dash Wan. New York after a tour tasting three M. Welsh, matron of. the state prison was married to Miss Mary Hallette, -
*tei lid u one of tue extensive semitJrcJt months during which they have visited here, has been beaten almost to death of this city. On the 8th day of the
Boston, Lenox Newport folowing July he carried his wife it is
Chicago, by an infuriated female convict. The ,
of fort
defending Port Arthur.It .
U aituated in about the center ottfc St. Louis and Philadelphia."We latter is a woman of great strength.She charged, to a place of ill repute and S. WOODROW Agent'
have had a fine time," said is believed to have suddenly lost committed a criminal operation, from Bcala, Fla
ml lrcle, between the
e < Antse
i Prince Louis, the elder of the broth- her mind. which (She died next day, and was secretly -
r oaataln forts and sung Chow fort ers, "and we have been treated hand- Mrs. Welsh had been requested by buried. Henning fled to Cali-

which U situated on an adjoining hill somely by the Americans who the fornia. -
are so woman to grant her an interviewin
T&# capture of Wantai Bill It has been cordial, so courteous The father of Mrs. learn-
and so hospitable -, the matron's office, and at once sum Henning 1S
polated out in dispatches from Port moned the prisoner. Without a wordof ing that his daughter was ill, hurriedto TOCANESYRUPMAKERSr
Arthur, mean the dividing of the east. &th
pronounced America the
a 'great warning the woman picked up a place and on reaching the placewas
era fortified!> ridge. The Japanese had country from their point of view and chair when she entered the room and Informed that his daughter was

prcriouily and unsuccessfully attack. declared their intention of coming on shattered it over the watron's head, dead, and Henning had left town.

ed \VanUl! hill particularly during the another visit when they can procure felling her with the first blow. This aroused the suspicion of Mr.

Utter part of August leave of absence from the Austrian The infuriated convict then beganto Hallette, and the detectives were at

regiments In which they serve. beat Mrs. Welsh over the head witha once put on the case. They arrestedthe

f Fighting at Mukden. I club. Another woman convict who Swafford woman, but as there was

Mu deD. via Pekin, Nov.The unalOTuptexi CINCINNATI GIRL ASSAULTED.No acted as a servant, hurried to the no clew to her alleged guilt, she was Ii i
activity conspicuous be- scene and also was knocked down. But released.

f| trees the opposing positions, between Clew to the Perpetrator of Heinous for the timely arrival of the engineerand The body of Mrs. Henning was dis .'

Uo&f-Pao hills occupied by the Japa- Crime. the gatekeeper the victims prob- interred and a post mortem examination .
*.*.. and Manalon hill occupied by Cincinnati. Nov. 7.-Beyond the discovery ably would have been killed. After ,held which revealed the fact thata

_I t the Russian, daily threatens a for. by the physician who is assist. a terrific struggle the two men suc- crime had been committed. 1

I f triable outbreak. The Japanese are ing the coroner of incontestible evidence ceeded in overcoming the frenzied a crime had been committed. The Q .

J tow shelling the Russians with the that Alma Steinigeweg, the tel convict. case has created a sensation. When

captured guns. Occasional casualties ephone girl whose dead body was it goes to trial it is expected facts
Ire reported at IMenchiapu on account found Thursday, was the victim of a WOMAN KILLS AN OUTLAW will be brought cut that others are U

of IU exposed position as the apex ol criminal asault there has oeen no tan- prominently connected in the case.
M ifirgating wedgeused against the gible progress in solving the mysteryof He Crosses Dead Line Only To Be

f Jtpaiuse right At the Shahopu statioo her death. Shot Down. WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER ,

2 it a water tank which the JapaBM This discovery points at once to a Asheville, N. C., Nov. 7.-William

are using ss a watchtower, from brutal murder, and intensifies the pub- Morrow, a noted desperado, who had She Surrenders Three Years After the IIFVi4 1JLJ.V

which! the Russian artillery has failed! lie feeling against the perpetrator of been wanted for several murders and Crime Was Committed.

after three days' attempt to reach the the horrible crime. many other crimes, has been shot and Dallas, Tex., Nov. 7.-Parrallee John 'iIf

I f. plat oo accounts of its being a small The most searching inquiry, stimulated killed at Burnsville, by Mrs. John Phil- son, who shot and killed Warren Harvey -

f target The Japanese still possess an as well by the public sense of in. lips, a highly respected white woman. .. in Dallas on Aug. 5, 1901, and

ejected temple In the quadrangle west security of life and honor as by the Mrs. Phillips says that she killed Morrow whose whereabouts was a mystery to
of Uaheapo while the combatants occupy large reward offered, is still kept up in self-defense. the police surprised Justice Edwardsby == _

separate parts of the small viI. in the hope of discovering the crim- Morrow had been. persistent in his walking into the court room while

U *. Th. advantage of position appears inal. i attentions to Mrs. Phillips for a longtime court was in session and surrendering.The .
-. and would take many daring woman said that she had beenin
llghtly in favor of the JapaBM We Are Agents For -
along the entire lLne. ORPHAN'S FOISTED ON US. risks to see her. She threatened to St. Louis ever since she killed! Har

The wumen and children of FenchielPH. deliver him up to the law if he didn't vey; that she had worked hard for Tije "Golden New Model" 3-Roller V

near Ta mountain arrived at Because of Better Care and Treatment cease his attentions, but never carriedher more than three years to earn money
They Receive. threat out. Morrow, on his last enough to pay for a defense of herselfin
oukden. Nor. 2, after a 20-mile
tramp. The Russian! authorities facilitate San Francisco, Nov. 7.-A report visit, threatened Mrs. Phillips. She court when she should be tried for \Vertical Cane Mills
from the local United States Immigration sent him on his way, though, after goIng the killing of Harvey. She aid she ,
the movement*of refugees and
by allowing them the use of enormous inspectors has been forwarded to a short distance from the house had remained a fugitive under an assumed The latest and most up-to-date cane mills put on the market. We

bridges over the Hun river. Frank P. Sargent, commissioner of immigration he turned around and started back. name all this time for that purpose have them in stock. If not convenient to call and examine, write us,
of certain fraud in the tax Mrs. Phillips says that Morrow was and that she is to
now prepared
The soldiers are now mostly in dug. and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description.
payers being perpetrated by aliens. going to kill her. She ran in the stand trial.
V>ttt camps along the siege line, giving!
The administration has discoveredthat house and 'procured a double-barreled JusticeEdwards placed her under
lk.r appearance of a seriousness Our other > >ialties are American mid Elhiootl Hog
in nearly every state in the uniona shotgun Pointing the gun at Morrow $1,000 bond to appear for trial. pe
tltherto not observed. The soldiers large percentage of the Inmates of she told him if he crossed her fence The woman's story of the killing is and Cattle Proof Field; Fence; Sink. Door* and

are bearing their unusual hardships, the asylums for orphans and aliens are that she would fire. :Morrow faced the that she owned an interest in a wagon Blinds Turpentine, Mi 1 and Hilling Supplies
sometimes only one meal a day, in- a* well a*" a full tock of General hardware
sent to this specially for the and the in
t country woman gun a contemptuous which Harvey claimed; that he cameto
,Tuflcleot clothing and also exposure, and Stoies. A nice line of Enameled, Copper
purpose of being placed In those institutions mood and preceded to cross the her house and started smashingthe
with great patience. The commanders where better care and treatment dead line. wagon with an ax. and she shot and Xickle-plated Cooking; '( iU.MflRlON .

o. tn-ehlefs orders are now dated at are given than can be obtained Mrs. Phillips fired twice. Both loads him dead in his tracks on her premisesfor

Headquarters for land and naval In similar institutions in Europe. took effect. destroying her property. '

forte la conformity with his new appointment. The report deals with Institutions of Morrow lived only a short time. i HARDWARE COMPANY.Successors .

the kind in this district. The facts
will be presented to congress. THEY KILLED EACH OTHER. .I -- to Hubbard & Macdnff.

CUPID BARRED FROM ARMY. Negro Shoots Inspector, Who, in Turn, tempted Train Wrecking. .
Russians Object to British Warship Gets the Negro. Charlotte,. N. C., Nov. 7.-Detective --

Shadowing Their Fleet. Privilege of Marriage Denied an. Imprisoned Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 7.-News has T. N. Henry, of the Southern railway, .

8t Petersburg. 5.-1:41 p. m.- Soldier. reached this city from St. Clair, Ark., was. here, returning from Bessemer OATS

Information which reaeched Vice Admiral Columbus, 0.', Nov. 7. The stern of a double tragedy enacted at a Levee city, where, it is learned, that he has

Rojestvensky as he was leavingthe commandment of the United States camp there. been a week at work on a case growing ...

Danish waters showed that suspicious military post here refused to permitthe Armed with a revolver, Rannell Bil- out of an attempt to wreck No. TEXAS RUST PROOF and .

vessels were in the North sea marriage of Fred Marvin Har-. linger, a negro laborer, supposed to be 35, the Southern's fast mail train, from

aaricatlng first under one flag and grave to Miss Nellie Irene Ridgly, of from Clarksville, Tenn., ran amuck, Washington at a point a mile and a BURT, OR 90 DAY,
than under another. The transport Columbus. Hargrave is in the guard it is said, and the camp officers called half this side of Bessemer city.

r Kamtchatka's report by wireless teIferaph house for a minor offense, and Miss him into a tent to disarm him. The Two crossties were placed on the 23 full pounds to the bushel.OCALA .

,. some time before the Incident Ridgly procured a license and presented negro resisted and opened fire bn Al- track at this point. where the wreck

occurred, that she had seen two herself ready for the ceremony. fred McBain, a levee inspector, the ers attempted to wreck the train, but

torpedo boats 'r ,Hargrave comes from a good familyat bullet inflicting a wound near the the engineer saw the obstruction in SEED STORE

(The Kamtchatka being then 30 North Adams, Mass., and is a col heart, from which he died shortly af- time to prevent serious consequences.' ,
lege graduate. How he came to en- ter. McBain returned the fire, killing Bloodhounds were placed on the
miles behind the squadron) ; OCALA FLOIDA. j
of suspicious Ustls not known. He has a month him' instantly, McBain's home was In trail of the would-be wreckers, but
1-Later the receipt a i I
wireless message signed Kamtchatka," yet to serve. Memphis, where he was prominently nothing developed.To .
asking for the exact latitude and lon ': --- connected. Consider Boll Weevil. 9999......t.*...f...... .

l1tuda of the squadron, a message
File Bond for Airship.St. Committee to Visit Panama. Shreveport, La., Nov. 7.-A congressof .y "- w We keep a full stock of
afterwards ascertained, was
Nov .7.-The bond the cotton growing states and territories *
Louis G,000 Washington, Nov. 'Members of I
never sent by by the Kamptchatka. \ LOOK FOR Old Joe
of the United States has been
required by the custom house authorities the house committee on interstate and ,
of two torpedo Bis \ &
4,- Then the appearance
I has been filed by the exposition foreign commerce have arranged to called by the Louisiana Boll Weevil THESEAL
boats alongside the squadron company and the flight of the French make a trip to the Panama canal zone, association to meet in this city Dec. tPX> Old Velvet,
which could not have been Russian as : be made free from 12 to 15, inclusive 1904, to take the V
airship will any starting from New York on the 14th I ,frst3 I
all the Russian torpodo boats were : to control the boll r Old McBrayr.r -
i hindrances along the line. This was instant, for the purpose of acquiring steps necessary ,
then In the English channel. The weevil plague and prevent its spread. 9
done because Mr. Francis had been information as a basis of legislation.The '
squadron did not fire until the torpeI Mark Rogers
informed by Collector Gallenkamp that
I transport Sumner will be placedat Gone Into Winter Quarters.
do boats were teen. j his ship, being a dutiable exhibit in their disposal for the tour and they Rlherton.. Ga.. Nov. 7.-The government J
The fact that only seven torpedo i i bond, it could not be taken out of bondI will go direct from New York to I 'Jz-r-i$ Old Charter,
geological surveying corps, under
with the squadron
boats now
are i I at the fair grounds without a bond '
Superintendent Albert Pfke, which
left Libau, Is explained t& Vernon a
eight Mt.
whereas i was filed. As its ascension at the - .-- ,
I has been doing considerable work in
by the fact that one of them broke j fair might result In its flying without Studying Church and State,
I this county recently, has gone into
down before the squadron left DanIsh i the bounds of the exposition site San Francisco Nov. 'Valentine I Cascade and
I winter quarters and the officers have _
waters and was towed back to j I Mr. Gallenkamp ruled that an ascension Brisaut, of Brussels has arrived here. returned to Washington. Several observation

Llbau by the Russian ice-breaker Er. : at the fair might result in Its His mission to this country is a.dual stations were erected in the r I

mak. The report of the British war- j I flying without the bounds of the exposition one. M. Brisaut was delegated by county. : t +" '., Other High

: ships following up the various divi i iI if I site, Mr. Gallenkamp.- ruled. the King of Belgium as his representative I
lions of the Russian squadron are ere- !I that an ascension could not be permit to the international arbitration Sen. Fairbanks' Special Delayed. I : Grade Whiskies. II

sting Intense excitement here.I Th I ted unless bond had first been filed. congress and to later make a tour of West Point, Ky., Nov. .-Senator _

l r Sritt says: I the United States for the purpose of Fairbanks special train was delaye-
E Russian Investigate Charge of'Partiality. legal relations between CHOICE .. I I
: The shadowing of the studying the for more than three hours today by a I

squadron by British cruisers cannotgo '; Richmond, Va, Nov. 7.Charles' E church and state.Japanese freight wreck near Brandenburg. Asa TABLE WISE. V

_ .J on. This game must be stoppedand Shively, of Richmond, supreme chan I result, the schedule which called *.,. f ..
the sooner the better." i I cellor of the Knights of Pythias of Visits Charleston. upwards of a dozen speeches thro \H I When obtaintd at Ocala :i t cey ; ?

f he world, today named a military com-1! Charleston. S. C., Nov. 7.'Charle50ton Indiana ending with a night cieftlu;? House Wine Room's will < <"" Y r
to investigate the charge ol : was also visited by Mr. Sojiro Yo-
Russian Fleet Leaves Tangiers. mission at Indianapolis, was considerably cut I give entire satisfaction to ,, ;' l
brought against. General koyama, of Formosa, Japan, who L
1.-The fleet of war partiality : the most exacting of con- p
Tangier, Nov. of the Formosa exhibit! 1 I Forty Persons Injured In Collision.Los sy *
colliers and James R. Canahan, head of the uniform i[ now in charge i
ships. accompanied by ten Angeles Nov. 7.-At least 49 noisseurs. We can supply 1 r
Yokoya-1; ,
Louis I
that rank. .The charges were in connection at the St.
hospital ship sailed from :: I were injured, some of them you with a delightful Sherry ,,.'
a visit the persons
Charleston to extensive -
di.1 f i with the awards in the drill j ma came to ; l l ..J y
k morning. The took a I U. 'I seriously, in a rear-end collision todayon at 1.25, a most delif i
C. Shep-
tea farm of -
contest at the Louisville convention. I
rectlon. I I .! the Long Beach electric road, In a I cious Claret1.00 or the .
The committee will meet at Indianapolis ard, at Summerville. .
Nov. 15. t fog. A car bound for the city from most luscious of Ports at p .

Nw From VladivostokOft ;I 'I II Ireland Day Celebrated. i Long Beach, carrying 23 passengers, I |1.25 per quart. %
Foo Nov. 5.-6:40 p. m.-Tha I Steamer Service Resumed. St., Louis, Nov. 7.-"Ireland day" I had stopped near Compton. when a
Norwegian steamer Tungus arrivt\J Mobile, Ala., NOT 7.:-It is announced was celebrated at the world's fair today work car containing about 40 Mexican I

this evening, five days from Vladtok I, today that regular steamboat service .i with regular attendance and was laborers and two foremen, which had I

1 carrying 700 Chinese refu- will be resumed on the Alabama j considerably augmented by the members ,I been closely following, crashed into it OCflLA HOUSE WINE ROOMS,

i who were unable to live at Vladok and Tombigbee rivers Monday, the recent ; J, of the United Irish societies of I at full speed. Not a person on the .

: any :longer, owing to the high suspension being occasioned bj St Louis. Exercises were held la:: ;i passenger car escaped injury, and = OCALA,

prices of fool etc. due to the war.! low water. A boat will probably > festival hall consisting of address' ;! some of them received serious cuts and, .... .
r A terrific gt.e rakes tie landing ol I leave Mobile tonight or early Sunday ;' and Irish band melodies.M :(J'bruises l ._MM. FLORIDA

the fugitives Impossible. today: but morning for the under river points. .,,'. .

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I GUILTY OF MURDER TIFTON GA., SWEPT BY FLAMES. Beautiful Hoiifiay Goods.. It Will r Pall line of
. Mr. W. W. Conddn, who recently We have just received our

Portion of Business District Is returned from a visit to St. Louis f m

i IN FIRST DEGREE Large Laid in. Ashes. New York and other cities, purchased Pay You !

Tlfton. Ga., Nov. 7.Tifton was vis. I
a splendid line of holiday goods-
ited by a large fire burning one of the ntTsl I
Mr Cue Will Probably Hang For best portions of the town. The fire something unique and fascinating.He You have any Real Estateto IIOE ID

Wife's Death. caught in the handsome 3-story buildIng purchased from the Japanese exhibit IF I sell, i [/

of ,Phillip Slack about 2TJO in the at the World's fair some of their OR R iID

afternoon. The first flow -
was occupied curious and beautiful ornaments,
LARGE CROWD WAS PRESENT by S. G. Slack & Co., who carried You're thinking of coming
a heavy stock of. hardware. One which, Mr. Condon says, will be of IF to Florida for a home, The largest stock in Ocala. We give i you

While He Showed No Signs of Emotion store room was occupied by Dr. George unusual interest to his customers. m best values for the least money.

at Verdict, Tears Streamed Julian the second floor occupied by Theso goons were bought after a OR [f'J the
Ensign Lumber Hettler *
company c
Down His Cheeks-There was Demonstrated personal inspection ang will be shipped You desire to inyest in any
Lumber company, J. J. L. Phillips,
In Court Room. lumberman; Drs. 0. Lee and Chest- directly to Ocala as soon as the I IF kind of Florida property, Chambers Shoe Company,

nutt dentists; Boatwright and Ful- fair closes. He purchased also a

Charlottesville. Va., Nov. 7.-Dr. J. wood lawyers and F. S. Harrell law. beautiful; line of the famous Rook- TO SEE The Ce Price Hnio.OPERAHOUSE .

Samuel McCue for two terms mayorof yer. The third story was occupied 151 BLOCK OCALA FLOBIDAC
\vood which will be OR WRITEOCALA.
pottery scon on
Cbarlotte Tille, and for many years as sleeping aprtments by some of the l
a lavjvr at the bar before which he lumbermen and families in the build display.Mr. G. G ,1 'I! NJCJF+ :=:=!iii\iiiillijEfi!: 9 tPtII'111_ Ti J 11

:!<. was tried today, was found guilty of ing.The : Condon has considerable J. H.lIVINCnON & SONS r.-

murder in the first degree on the E. P. Bowen building occupied literature which will enable his ,

, 1 charge of baring killed his wife. This by the Tifton Drug company Tifton
customers to the FLORIDA.LOOKING ACE
E tarries the death penalty. The Jury Telephone exchange Postal Telegraph distinguish genuine I I. G .

brought la 1U verdict at 11:34.: company C. W. Ethxidse Bowen opera Rookwood. from, inferior wares. He -

" At the Jury filed in, Cere: was a house and F. P. Bowen. does not carry any imitations. Successor to Central Luraecr Co.

r and The R. H. Tilt building occupied Dealer In
dead itience in the court room was AHEAD
the Roockwood
t. Besides potteryand
when the defendant was asked to by XNell & Parker Kent's furniture .

,b taad up he rose calmly When the store C. W. Rickerson the offices Japanese ware, Mr. Condon has Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

" word determining his fate were uttered of the secretary of the Georgia Saw an exquisite line of silver, cut glass, Persons In the Early Stages of Kid and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick

J be showed no signs of emotion Mill Association, and G. W. Warren, clocks, watches, jewelry and all ney Diseases Should Waste no Manufacturer of
Time In Making theirKidneys
but when his little daughter, Ruby were all totally destroyed. kinds of beautiful brie a brae.Chaberlaln's RightIf Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Column, Door and
Hotel Regent the beautiful residence
with reddened by crying climbed
, on.bit lap and his relatives who hadE of C. B. Holmes, on Love avenue Cough Remedy is Pleas- Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
doa't that In the back
surrounded him throughout the trial were also destroyed by the flames. you stop pain Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantlyreceiving

moved closer, tears streamed down It is impossible to get at the lose ant to Jake. lome of these days you are extremelyliable Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
will The finest loaf to have Brljht's Disease or lame
- felt accurately, but it is estimated It quality of granulated
his cheeks he
and the anguish was
his face. I sugar is used in the manufacture ofChamberlain's other form of kidney trouble. You are sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptly j,
. depicted on
covered Just as much In danger If you have dryness .
_Cough Remedy and .1 lirii'
The court's strict admonition that -
saved by of anw of the losers. of the akin headaches, restlessness, ; ; .
any the roots used in its preparation giveit "
tbrrt must be no demonstration was !! '.r; III: -pq [- -
adhered to. By hard work the Tifton, Grocery a flavor similar to maple syrup, unusual appetite and great thirst, or if I
company First National bank and the you notice a sediment or cloudiness the
Fun, half the spectators remained making it quite pleasant to take.
postoffice building which caught at urine or other urinary irregularities. WE EAT MEAT
some time after the Jury was discharged Mr. W. L. Roperick, of Poolesville,
one time was saved. As to how the FOLET'S KIDNEY CuRB makes the kidneys .
with thanks of the court. Md., in speaking of this remedy,
fire started is not known. It began right, and whenever there are any "t grow ItruDC U I... wet Itl 1-1'fo
Counsel for the defense moved that says: "I have used Chamberlain'sCough '
in the cellar of the Phillips Slack indications that thug are in the ; meat
organs goof we wttittt
the verdict be set aside on the ground Remedy with my children for \ 4'; mays
building. least disturbed it should be taken
that the Jurors had read newspapers. several years and can truthfully say way r. :0 u 'j it alone. There i. tH "'
Three persons were painfully hurt and until all '

Tie court called the Jurors to the witt it is the best preparation of the hindI promptly regularly symptoms /! ,; iu .
in. fighting the flames. of kidney trouble have disappeared. m ;; tough rut>&I-lrut..tI.f f|.
.*a stand one by one and Questioned know of. The children like to takei .. .
This preparation ia composed of the best "'\: /" I log It take eelrt of b tedtgftt
then under oath to whether ?'
as they and it has no injurious after effect. I 1lfi"
bad read the newspapers. As whole, Judge Parker Sees Few Callers. by all druggist. m : known remedies employed by kidney li t'f 'T. t 'S\\ It. It pall to I* ..r.AiI. tai

specialists, and it cannot help but oure ; ...,. '
been influencedb '
they said they had not New York Nov. 7.-Judge Parker buying m lta..r.* So rte

anything they had read. The motion spent the entire morning in his apartments : A Peon to the Onion. every form of kidney trouble if taken m J .< / ... l Lrslt I-t..ud. .
: ar3A Plte..r.
will be argued later. As McCue at the Hotel Seville preparing early. Thousands have testified to this \:

left the court house to go to Jail, accompanied his speech at the reception .of the There is no flower more fragrant fact In even the most hopeless cases 11 'I\t, : AII: Pay a little Dan,..." "f't'tl! be aced

by four guards a large Kings county Democratic club in.. than the onion; no food more healthy will always afford relief. o" sl put in yw rtwahwhich

crowd was standing on the outside, Brooklyn tonight, which, it is said will ,. no crop more profitable.I The follow- Dr. Geo. Ewing of Smith's Grove, Ky iSl .. J. .. -mlttl') ikwfc ,
.I.&I" ttr
but tb,re ws oo untoward act. bo In reply to the public statement ing item maybe cited: writes: "}'or years I have been grefitlj tM/ 1
When court opened this morning given out last night by President bothered with kidney and bladder trouble 1)'"''. JJ1f/'t 4b bone and "trt Df H*.*l to ,....,
Mr. T. C. Nye of Lareda Texas
Commonwealth's Attorney Ollmer re- Roosevelt. The only callers admitted : and enlarged prostate gland. I used veins.

tamM his closing address to the Jury. to Judge Parker's apartments were stated at the Farmers' congress in everything known to the profession with.

The exhibits reminders of the I I that he had out relief until I induced to EDWARDSBROS.Sta113
tragedy William F. Sheehan chairman of the July grown 50,000 poundsof I was use .

were once more brought Into COOH-I Democratic executive committee and onions on one acre at two cents a FOLET'S- KIDNEY CURE.: After taking '2 and 4 City' Markrl, Ocala, Tin.OSSSESSS .
ir., Qllmer closed at 11:09 r Charles Stewart. DavIson, of New three bottles I was entirely relieved and m
This in
pound. means $1,000 an acre
when Judge Morris paced the case in 1 I York. cured. I prescribe it now daily In mf SSSSSSSSSBESSSSSSSPSBSSSSESSSJSCI :quUDJlIINIr : -

the hands of the Jury. The verdict I,I less than six months The AlexanderBros. practice and heartily recommend its use !
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was rendered at 11:34 a. m. ., of Laredo couple of Texas to all physicians for. such troubles, for I .5 4

The verdict came as a climax to NEWS TERSELY TOLD. cowboys, planted Zfiit fall forty acres can honestly state I have prescribed it In fi "

one of the most Important trials that hundreds of cases with perfect succeu.' [ !1II [HT.
has been tried In Virginia in recent Reports from the banks of Mz.I3' of onions. They "A&: their entire (

years. None has aroused deeper iotcrest elppl stow them to be in a 7377; prosperous crop for cash {tc &:. oommiseion merchant Postoffire Drug Store:

or been more closely follow 1 I condition in Pittstcr 6 for ?2SCCO The i tll Have you decided on the kind nf .

by the people. One particularly ? d Tlie bis mill r.\Jc ?* SVJ :)tgCqlass. .
s entre: cost of seeds fart !; crates 1> > fertilizer you are going to ue? U',
feature of the trial was the fact tl ;t ; .. K y SC(:: b' -; I :.ld labor was $7,(OC. Tots left these o I i t not a question of how
h. but
McCue ha4 for years been, a law .!: craters agree'c J tr!*!*; .. ?. I miH
the bar before boys $21,000 for less than six months :y what kind wm tn bnt rault
at which he was t '; 1 Judge ilershon, z.jr'; t1''<'':i .r/e: I. r <

and convicted, and had been on frf "IIf .- irr._*. can obtained.. You
of Florida is report tc )h e J?;* ; f.: I *? p a oan't make a

rdatloos with most of those coatlflsd ; ;\i.e home ia Ferucc: ?1nl. EV. \7ealta to the onion raiser mistake when you use our high grade
with be trial. The ,
Jury ev u. ?d Jlollis, McCrciy, f- ;;:egres, of eeisltown health to the onion eater! If these 0 J fertilizers.
the greatest Interest, even quest....ltr.q
the witnesses. The Judge shok I Ga., \vi.c Tufas fatally! burned figures lie not, but stand the countrywill V
Highest cash
4y the explosion of e lira Thursday price paid for dry lions
with the prisoner and the relatives soon be onionized.
is dead.
who surrounded him Just before h<3wu 'N
taken to Jail. James R. Gray culler c2 the AtlultJJ&Il1'IlaJ. The Best Liniment. FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG GOIIPUT,
has becom'e member of the
The crime for which McCue was "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is con- !' G.lllnill., 1Ia
firm of Inman & Oo. cotton brokers
tried and convicted was committed sidered the best liniment on the
of Ga.
on the night of Sept. 4.. Mr. and Mrs. Augusta market," ''write Post & Bliss of .
It is said that the Republican .N I -J
McCue had gone to church, returning Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will UNIVERSITY
home about 9 p. B. Shortly after. growing alarmed In New York s4
heal a cut or bruise so, promptly.No .
ward Mrs. McCue's body clad in a the independent vote of that state IH other affords such quick relief -OF- McMillan Bros

robe found turned to the Democrats.
tight in
was a bath tub
from rheumatic pains. No other is
filled with water. Mr. McCue to Henry G. Davis Democratic cand
so valuable for deep seated pains
those who came in that some one had date for vice president made a eseeciit Southern Copper Works
like lame back andjpainsin( the chest. FLORIDA
; entered the house and that he had his home town of Elkins W. Va.. J -
I Give this liniment a trial and you
been knocked senseless and his wife Friday night to a large crowd.
will never wish to be without it. "- .. .,.. .
proabbly killed. Twelve Chinese, alleged themoftireti -
Sold by all druggists. mNA66k '
An Investigation led to the arrest on to be merchants desirous of visiting Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills rand l
the charge of murder of the man who,
the St. Louis fair, have beer denied a

only four days before had retired from landing at San Francisco by the immigration FIRST CALSS PROVISIONFOR General Metal Workers.Old .

the highest office in the city. bureau.

I President Roosevelt ,<; xpjtttea an !
Convicted of Murder.
open letter in answ' v : :age P.a.rker's t :
Irwin, Ie, Ga., Nov 7.-The Jury after : C ...' l,. New Gymnasium Stills taken in exchange for new
speech on the oci :-lyocasdal Splendidly Equipped. ones. Patching
, staying out on the case about six through the
; country
; 0: specialty.wire .
,.' YT.7 A Large Faculty of Most
He denies any trust r r. r "c* 'H.
hours, returned the following verdict R\U\ I1f''cwir 1 1Y.1'q I L Scholarly Specialiste. will receive prompt attention at e'thyerWotherFAYETTclILLE '
from the administration. t] l
In the murder case of John Smith for \ "\'-'n 'It : T .Q. Our Motto: folIc wing. works .
In, a wreck oa the A. K.'t.. rifl I.J.IV.-'';' il O* SOundMontstheRasis
the of ,"
murder Abe "
Henderson, last UtY ...'n... of Good
: ':' s, I: .' L, IQt.Lest ... Citizenship.
July: "We. the Jury, find the de way near Ball Ground Ga., Fri(ay, sunmebile recovwrin" <;fro iHssof I _
Mr. James P. Harrison of Atlanta, afc.'sc.. HE PBESBEOT Lab ; / N. C.
was Fla.
feadant guilty of murder and recommend ** fevx, i had a severe attack orInflamnalcry City, SAVANNAH GA.
that his sentenced be commutedto killed. The train was wrecked on f Rheumatism in the knee, JACKSONVILLE. FLA
life-time trestle, which was 47 feet high.S. from which I was unable to leave my MOBILE ALA
imprisonment. The sentence Uc 7ER TFUNERAL
room for several months. I was treated and JI.A }
was passed by Judge Roberts S. Sansberry a car Inspector of by two doctors and also tried different

upon the defendant for life imprison Selma, Ala., was killed Friday. Ht kinds of linaments and medicines which

meat It Is stated that his counsel was working under some cars what seemed to relieve me from pain for -- -. --

will appeal for a new trial.Stavlstics his head was caught between the bumpers awhile but at the same time I was not " "
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-N _ and crushed off. any nearer getting well. One day while ." '" '
reading a paper I saw an advertisementof
from Labor Bureau. James M. Shaw president of tin S. S. S. for Rheumatism. I decidedto g STANDARD
Grand National Curling club of Amr give it a trial, which I did at once. PIANOS. ;
Washington Nov.
7.-Acting Secretary had taken three bottles felt
After I I a
lea and of the devoted
one enthusiasts > EE
Murray of the department ol great deal better and I still continuedto
commerce and labor made public today of the game In America, is take it regularly until I was entirely DIRECTORS. : Ice Car thin
dead at his home in Hoboken N. J. y 7.UI 01 I a
the estimates of appropriations for cured. I now feel better than for years,
the department for the fiscal He was born in Scotland In 1&58. and I cheerfully recommend S. S. S. to -J- event::. .t UTI bt4d! a
year anyone suffering from Rheumatism. ft Have a full stock of Coffins. Caskets E .
beginning July 1 1905. The At a conference of the navy department nerr GAZA L4'
613 32d Giu>ERStEBV and Burial Outfits. Special given to E /
between Secretary Morton anda bow
aggregate $14.339.529, being these whlQ
$594,425 less than the estimates for the local committee of the Machinists' Rheumatism is caused by uric md or Burial services. E: us hit .4

fiscal year beginning July 1. 19M. The union It was arranged that the existing some which other when acid deposited poison in in the the muscles blood, Embalming to Order -:: aaFtei to OU UrtI th,."atlo =...=....

estimates for the fiscal year of 190G schedule at Washington continue and joints, produce the sharp cutting E tcniticns. \V. loa 14I1It Ei

exceed the appropriations for the cur with out change for the present pains and the stiffness and soreness peculiar t td p11:, 1: 7n Graa3Wr.b: ==

rent fiscal year by 4218444. Thomas E. Watson, Populist candidate to this disease. S. S. S. goes directly :: w. hie to un to #r -=w=
into the circulation all irrita- Jerry Burnett y0g?1
--- for the presidency, made a speech ::: -wJ
substances neutralized and year chU! .
ting are : : 1'0 4a WI :::c
Telephone Boycott In Dalton. at his home town Thomson Ga., Fr filtered out of the system, the blood is :: tf 0 ....
Dalton, Ga, Nov. 7.-Dalton Is the day. He denounced the statement made pure and the general health is Merchant ci ::smA: ?::?L:: 81G nT. ==

midst of a telephone war of no small that haas receiving Republican built up under the purifying and tonic E t ;,, A Pleatarto Itd h'e. uta. E!

proportions. Some time since the local funds t( conduct his campaign, as effects of the vege- :.:.. 1: ..
table remedy.Write .....
exchange promulgated on order false. Tailoring.Ocala

refusing the use of telephones to non- Andrew A. Wallace lately conricto cial book for on our Rheumatism speS .

subscribers, with some restriction, of manslaughter on the parser c,. which is Florida.

arose a result.Considerable Some days bitterness since to Frank six'years Brett. In In Atlanta the Georgia and sentenced penitentiary S S S aidan sent without free.will charge Ourphy advise all Finest Domestic Imported Cloths.and-. i LUDDEN. CAiPBELL S nT CO. V'

the telephone company Issued a new will leave Saturday to begin who will write na 1

schedule of prices increasing the rate serving his sentence.! He wUl go toMilltown. about their case. Cutting a SpecialtyFits 5: Headquarters, Jacksonville

for business 'phones. G' Tie Swift Specific Canpany, Atlanta, Sa.'I' Guaranteed. ... Fla. t'UUl1UiUiUllUUiUiUlUiUiHiUiUlUI
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THE FAIR' Tortiuremembering.b'f those who art -- -- .- ..-
concerned with room decoration Is In'! NIINIATUREfiEBIAlHQME rF FfION'S FLOWERS. "i j TABULATED PLURALITIES. A Runaway "lejcl..

i IN :the" f'angement ot' the color tones j 1 I
Terminated with
- t\ DETAIL'Germany's The dark ', i Violets, OrrhidsGartltniaa; In.Vognr. an ugly cut on the
: shades of'
: are at :the base Roosevelt and Fairbanks'
the walls Chrysanthemum's Knell Sounded. eg by J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove,

light colors.and.graded The up to ceilings of I Santos-Dumont Builds Balloon When fashion's fancy says 'tis so Estimated Plurality Vote: Ill. It developed a stubborn ulcer
effect is invariably And then Insists that It shall be
Captivating Jewelry I I.. Up. Pleasing.! Any dark feature of the up- to, Keep Aloft For Days. The rarest, fairest bloom must go-, State. vote. unyielding to doctor and remedie

setting the Old Ideas-Personal Or. ,per wall fa not, permitted to be. con- S'"ett'Ictlm to her harsh decree. Colorado' ........ .. :.......... '10.000 for fours years. Then Bncklen'

ntmtnti That Look Like Church spicuous. -Tucker's "Fashion." California.... ... .. .. .... .. .. 50.000 Arnica Salve cured. Its just at good

Winder' a-Amber as a Jewelry Mate- ': The arts and crafts of Germany have EQUIPPED LIKE A PULLMAN CAE. It's all settled and fixed. Fashion Connecticut ..... ...... ..... ... t .OOO for burns, scalds, skin eruption and

Hat Makes a Fine Varmth Ger taken great pains to produce In their has arranged it The knell of the Delaware .... ..: ;. ......... 5,000 piles. 25c, at Tyding & CoY drug
exhibit a better display of their art chrysanthemum as a buttonhcle ornament Idaho ..... .. ..'.. ..':. .. .'. ..... 25,000 store.

many's Exhibit a Poem of Many8uftu.Art. and skill than has ever been made beI I Well Known Aeronaut'. Latest \lr-I has sounded. To wear one of the Illinois .... .. ... .:.. ... . ,.200,000
and Crafts 'Make the fore Up Is to Contain :Many of shaggy blooms one's lapel
at coat
any exposition. Hence the repeated i great on Indiana .., .... .... .. ......... 75,000Iowa
Seat Showing That Has Ever Been visits,, of art lovers and home 'I Comforts of Home Small Steam I now stamps one as in bad form .. .. ...: .. ..............UO.OOO
Mads-Wonderful Rooms makers to these i t Balloon says the Xew York JIalL Fashion has
That POP- Incomparable rooms WillKeep His Larger One f Kansas ..... .. .. .; .... .. .. .100,000

; tray the Art Nouveau-Inlaid Work that are worthy of palaces and man-1( Inflated. even made the decree more 'pro Maine .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 37,000 ULh TSe
dons nounced. A male who decks himself
= of the most being tEXDI
and Flat Surfaces-The Doom of the elegant type. But .. ... :
Navigation of the air ali; with Maryland .. .. .. .. 1,000
with all their discounting one or more chrysanthemums
' Molding! -Some Tricks In Decoration. i of patient labor extravagant each creation expenditures is- previous daring es heavily as balloon In this the autumn time of 1901, is vul Massachusetts ... ........... SO.OCO) I SS

Rooms For the Children A Novel I full Michigan ... .. ..... .. .. 142,000 : eerrpalD
of suggestion for those who Ing itself discounts surface transportation Zf
Living Room-An Idea! Spot For a i wish to use a little art in their home may is to be'essayed soon by il. San- gar.Time was when the ambition of the Minnesota ... .. .. ....... .. .. 100,000 :

i Curio Collector : decoration. There callow college swell was a chrysanthemum Montana ... ............ .. .... 2,000 i '
I are so many mate tos-Dumont, the well known '
rials less costly than inlaid wood that f lie aped the man of fashion. New Jersey.......... .. .. ... 50,000 ; ,
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENX ; who Is hard at work on his thirteenth
MARK BENJttTT.l BY I i may be substituted for paneling dados Now that is all changed. The man of Nebreka ......... .:...... ... 40,000

tf the Germans and Austrians don'ttake I I I and freizes that a 'reasonable expense'I the airship New, says York a Press.Paris cable This dispatch newest invention to fashion wears violets in the morning: New 'Hampshire .. .... .'.. .. ... 20,000 i I!_QTS, ::6 QT

I In conjunction with a little art and he wears violets in the afternoon. Nevada .. ................ .- j ; .

away that translucent enamel work out beautiful results. w1ll1 I of the world famous aeronautIs 'A post luncheon addition is a gardenia New York .. .... .. .. ... .... 185,000 5900 50
Jewelry I shall not be responsible for I I tOne called a balloon but the word fail) I
nestling snugly among pale blue vio North Dakota ... ..... .. .. .. 25,000 !
the condition of mind of ladles of in two ways to describe it In the first lets. An orchid violet In hue likewise i !:
all I! need not look twice at the nurs- may Ohio ..... .. ... ...... .........154,000
ft* who wt eyes It. The place it is not one balloon but two; be used to the beautiful mo- :
upon yearn- I ery and sleeping room hi the German I'I'i i for Inside the giant bag is to float vary Oregon ... ..... .. .. .. ....... 40,000 I '
: l: for newness in i gas notony. This is one of the changes evident -
f jewels seems to arts and trutts exhibit : :
to decide that
a much smaller sphere. The inner bal- Pennsylvania *...;... .. .. .. 390,000 I \. .
h hare found what It yearned for in the j every home where there are children i I loon will be inflated with steam. It is today on Fifth avenue and onBroadway Rhode Island .... .. .. .. .. .. 9,000
In New York. The fall fash-
cues of the German section of Varied should have a children's room. These Intended to offset the leakage of gas South Dakota : .... .. .. ....... 60,000 '
Ions In posies now are in force. <
Industries and In the Austrian build- apartments are of gray stained elm : from the larger bag. SantosDumontis Here's what ultrafashionable florist Utah: .. ............ .... ... .. .. 8,000 ,
' In*. Surely these two nations will beremembered and all full the equipment Is in children's'sizes convinced the compensation be who knows all about it said re- Vermont ..... ..... .... .. ..... 30,000 f!

by feminine minds for of possibilities for their en- adequate and experts who have seen cently: J I i West Virginia .... .. ... .... ... 5.000

what they tare brought to the expo-: joyment The and proper development his plans agree with him. He is not "No gentleman or gentlewoman ever j I[ Washington .......... .... .. 30.000
living room in natural oak
waxed -
: altian. It Is odd new catchy and ar- ,is almost devoid of movable furni I prepared to divulge .to the world the wears roses on the street. That's a ;';[ Wisconsin .... ... ..:.......... .. 60.000

ttttic rather than expensive Jewelry tare. On three sides are wide settees I secret of the arrangement whereby the relic of barbarism in which smart per- j:[ Wyoming ............. ...... 10.000 Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W.

and of such variety that you canscarcely upholstered in leather. A large window smaller globe will keep the larger'in sons have no Chrysanthemums j jnever i I Bay St. Jacksonville, Fit i
continuous full inflation.: It is said by now adorn a gentleman's buttonhole -
Parker Davis'Estfmated
find two pieces alike-pendants In one end opposed by an'ob- and .z
the few friends in whom he has -
con- and rarely are they worn by gen-
long basin of water at the other Plurality Vote. i
brooches fobs hatpins back
fided, however that it will astonish scientists tlewomen. They have reached their NOTICE.
combs belt buckles shirt waist the basin being of cement decorated State Vote. I
sets by Its extreme simplicity.The proper place as a decorative church or
with glass mosaic tiling. Above the : Alabama .. .......,. .......... 75.000
cuff buttons and what not all In imitation second respect in which the bal- house flower. Solid colors In white la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Orcvt
basin is a wood scene In tiling. Potted Arkansas ..... .... ...... .... 40,000
of stained glass windows with floor I loon falls short of conveying: a com- yellow and pink are smart for churchweddings of Fiona, Marion County,la Chancery.

saver reining. The dull silver is in plants artistic and a vase complete the plete Idea of the invention is in Its effect of this end of the
room. commodation. Santos-Dumont expectsto foliage oak leaves and the like Georgia ............. .. ..... .. 45.000Kentucky Green,et aL DetendiaU.IT .
fine harmony with the shades of
green The clock case is built in the wall and
stay aloft for several days at a time are their natural accompaniments."Violets ........ .... .. .'.... 10,000 IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFE.V
dost commonly used and all the old I I there are niches for family Jars. A dants herein
and be is providing ,for his comfort in and orchids divide the hon Louisiana ..... ....... .. .. 35,000 Mary Green-Dans Harry Frtdetick Green Green Theodore, Green. ..
Melrtn E
and familiar: shapes of Jewelry are -r .. ...' '
such aerial cruises by equipping thecafllEe ors for street wear with modish fem Missouri .... ........ ... ..... 35,000 Hodgdon. Louis .Hodgdon. Walter Hortzdon.

conspicuously missing.* ***.'".,** |J <"'ar The curio room U! a pleasant little : "a miniature Pullman sleeper. ininity. The bunches'of violets at the Mississippi ...... . .. .. .. .. 50,000 and John A her Hodgdon.husband Persia, Harry Claik.gearer Ellen, Mianie seater

lv- 'ft.Yellow .- Innovation and will solve a problem: for The car is to hold four It varied the addition In Smiley and her busbtnd, Joseph .
passengers. corsage are by North Carolina ... . ..... 50,000 ftalUy
Is rather an unhappy color many a household when it becomes I will be ji tiny home In the air and not the center of a spray of lilies of the South Carolina ... .... .. 25,000 Manila W. Richards Richards, Aliie and Mullen her hutUnd and her h.Eugene .

never much In for more generally understood. Here are so terribly small jrt that-fcjr It is to be valley 'or violet orchids. Virtually no baud Chat. H. Mullen ana Frank H. Greta, .
any purpose !1 i Tennessee : .. .. .,'. .. .. .... 25,000 be'and they ordered ,
are hereby
cases for choice brie-a-brae of every several to appear to the
about the person or the home though sort cabinets for curios shelves for Into sections. other.......- flowers are worn by smart per Texas O...:.. ........ 100.000 bill of complaint in this cause on or before

a favorite shade with nature In making the and wonderful, j One part will be given over to the sons." Virginia .. .... .. ...... .... 25,000 Monday, the ft* day of Dcoanhrr.A. D.//A
larger things pos steering gear and other machinery and The particular sort of violet Is quiteas It is further ordered that a copy of this or
flowers and sunsets, to say nothing sibilities for the enjoyment of one's '" In it will sit the conductor or whoever important as the flower, Itself.The der be published once a week for four CVDtma. ::
of dairy products but amber is substance PARKER OFFERED BIG JOB.V tive weeks in the Ocala Banner,
a collection without having them in the ,
: may be "the man at the wheel" In his Maria Louise a heavy scented double ----- Done ihis ritb day ol October. A. D 1904 >
of such beauty that it takes way or'giving anybody an excuse for !I stead. Another section will be a combination violet, and the Lady Campbell, v S.T.SI: TRC.NK.

high rank with the makers of Jewelry. sending them to the hospital with a '1.I dining and observation compartment which Is more delicate In shade than Salary $50,000 Per Year-Thought Hi H. I.. Clerk Anderson Circuit Complainant'CoartMarion salicitor.C uaty.i rue FU. '

The possibilities of amber as a mate- blow from a dusting brush. This Ger- ,!I There the passengers not the Parme, have the call. Parme violets Will Accept.

rtal for Jewels have their,most brilliant man curio room has cedar cabinets, j. engaged in running the airship will be are, about out of the market these New York, Nov: 9.-It is reportedthat A

,exploitation In one of the big rooms of chairs of green stained olive and i I able to enjoy Incomparable views while varieties having succeeded them. August Belmont, president of the NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.

the German exhibit Here ,it may be I polisander inlaid with yellow maple, I 1 taking their meals.! A third compartment New York Subway company has ofJered .

aeen In fancy and fantastic carvings ebony mahogany paduk and blrdseye I IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX
is the sleeping section and lava JAPANESE WAR GARDENING. to Judge Alton B. Parker the .NOTICE day of March I will
1903 apply
of a thousand kinds or cut like dia- maple. The fireplace is without the I tory. It la to contain two beds with .. place of general counsel for this company to the county judge of Marion county, Florida
monds with facets in the have mantels where ( f. for final settlement and discharge as the ad
many or usual mantel-why nil the other comforts of home possible the '
Scenes of Conflict ReproducedIn with a salary of $50,000 a year. ministratrix of the estate of Julia P. Johnson
forms of beads and pendants. Plentiful they catch the most dust? There are I to so small a space. The berths will Miniature Designs.Japan's The offer, It Is said was made thla deceased.
as the raw amber may appear in more stools than chairs in the room. fold against the sides much In the Done this the ith day of October, 9C-4. fMrs.
with Russia has also
war morning and it is expected Judge Par. F. A. HOW SH.
the glass columns and cases here, It is I A leather settee is placed beneath a fashion of those In an American sleeping suggested a rariety new designs A for ker will give his answer before.Satur 10 n 6m Administratrix.NOTICk. .

by no means a cheap product of the stained glass window with shelves car. Both will be made so that that charming object the toko-niwa or
those who have -
It Is believed
earth. It Is worth far more than its i and cabinets on either side. they can be let down by day as well as "alcove garden," says the late Lafcadio, day. by will -
I he -
heard of the tender that accept
weight or Its bulk In silver when worked I Pair. Grounds St Louis. by night, being useful as divans as Hearn in the Atlantic Magazine for _

over Into any ornamental shape. I well as couches. November. This Js j> miniature garden the: position. .", r', of

Specimens of the amber bearing clay HORSE SHOW THRILLER. The almost microscopic lavatory will perhaps less than two feet square KILLED BY HIS RIVAL. In the of Circuit Court Fifth Judicial Qr
CUlt Florida in and for Manon ,
are exhibited to show how the cakes be supplied from a water tank. Of contrived within an ornamental shallow I In County

are found and bottles of varnishes Hunter's Cup Contest a Feature of course the host and his guests will be basin of porcelain or other material Chancery
Had Called Upon Woman and Was G. S. Scott,as Receiver, etc., Complainant ... .
wade from the melted amber are In they Rational Exhibit at Xew York. careful not to waste the fluid but it is
and placed In the alcove of a guest Shot Window. C. V. McCoy and Mamie E. McCoy Defendant,
exhibit. Women In society are .talking about expected enough can be carried for a room by way of decoration. You may DEFENDANT
the new thriller arranged for the national four day cruise. Back of the lavatorywill see there a tiny pond a streamlet cross- Plattsburg tad Mime ;

Germany at the fair is a poem of : horse show at New York In be a kitchen where the passenger ed by humped bridges of Chinese pattern Barber was shot and instantly killed appear E. McCoy to the,be bill and of they complaint are hereby in this featured caste oa to x

many stanzas and the cadence varies I November quite as much as they are acting as cook will hold undisputedsway. dwarf trees forming a grove and near Bedford in this county. or before

with your own appreciation of this discussing the fine clothes they will The kitchen Is to be a reproduction shading the model of a Shinto temple Early last night Barber went to the Monday tile ind dan fJJfJnarr..t. D, 195

masterful representation of her prog- : wear when they go to see it, pays the in little of the now widely popular Imitations In baked clay of stone lan- home of Mrs. Laport, and soon after It is further ordered that a copy ot this order ;
ress. What we see here of the German ; New York Press. Under the temptingtitle kitchenette Invented In New York and terns-perhaps even the appearance of Lewis Tremblay called. The latter weeks in the Ocala once Banner.week for eight conttcutivf

empire represents the expenditureof of the "Hunter's Cup," an entirely quickly adopted In Paris. It will contain a hamlet of thatched cottages. If the had supper at Mrs. Laport's and left Done this the 17th day of Oct. A. D. ig04.

3. 00COO marks under'Dr., Theodore i new feature young'men who think everything essential to such culinary toko-niwa be not too small you may soon after.. ISEAL I Clerk 3 T SISTRC Circuit Court 7

Lewald, the Imperial commissioner general they know'how to/ride across countryto achievement as the Inventor will see real fish swimming in the pond or a An hour later Barber who was sitting R. L. Anderson andVm.. Hocker '
10 21 Sw Complainants Solicitors.
a man of princely bearing and serious hounds will be given an opportunity attempt in midair. All the utensils pet tortoise crawling among the rock by a window, was shot In. the .

purpose the embodiment of that to break their necks. ., None but the will be made of the thinnest :aluminium work. Sometimes the garden repre- neck with a charge of buckshot and -- -

spirit of independent action which 'one i most!:,fearless riders it Is safe to say which metal will enter largely Into sents Horal and the palace of the dragon died almost Instantly Sheriff Domt- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CRtD- f

feels in the atmosphere of the German will try for the cup and even then a the interior construction of most of king. ny sent Deputy Sheriff Liberty and TORS ETC- ; i

exhibits. Any thoughtful American great many disagreeable tumbles .are the compartments. Two new varieties have come Into, Coroner McMasters to the sceae."After

feel that his country has a peer in expected.The M. Santos-Dumont thinks' his, new fashion. One is a model, of. Port Arthur an Investigation Liberty arrested *1OTICIf IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDitors -

:the German nation and in many ways i noticeable falling off in the attendance i I I airship will ,travel about ten miles an showing the harbor and the forts, Platts 1' ,legatees, distributee and ill pcrtoa -
and him to
Tremblay having claim demand
or the of
cntnst e
Fill confess that Germany Is a few. at the horse show last year I I I hour on an average although it is possible and with the materials for the display burg. Tremblay denies all knowledgeof H. T.Wartmana. deccawd. to prnwat tile

steps ahead. Never has Germany so: convinced the management that something he will attain higher speed In there is sold a little map showing how <# ame within two yean to the naderugvcd 01

powerfully Impressed her Individuality must be done to revive the In- short flights. He hopes to have it ready to place certain tiny battleships representing the" shooting .or. ber.they be barred. This the 4U, day of gcto*

upon the western world. Every visItor terest. A director who had seen various for trial this year. The nest balloonhe .the Imprisoned and the Investing i>. i. WAKTMAXX

to the fair will henceforward have horse shows in ,England where builds--that Is to say ,the fourteenth .fleets. The other toko-niwa'repre- Railroad Bridge Falls. ia 7 St AdmiawtratofNOTICE ,

a better understanding of Germany and they have the most :daring riders to -It is expected by his friends sents a Korean or Chi"! 'se landscape SUflarton. N. S., Nov. 9.-A bridge

will feel a friendlier interest In her hounds In the world suggested that It will be capable of making six day with hill ranges and rhs and oa the Intercolonial railway over. the '

achievements in all that makes for In- would be a fine idea to add to the dangers cruises and of going fast, enough to and the appearance of a 'Woods'l East river, between here and New -- -

tellectual industrial :and commercial of the steeplechase In the 'contest cross the ocean. Even the, projected ated by masses,of..toy; soldiers-cavalry -- ;r Glasgow. collapsed under a frQigbttrain. : In the of Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Florida in and for Marioa .
progress. for the new "Hunter's Cup" the thirteenth, it Is said, will be useful for infantry- and artillery-hi all posi- I The tender and seven cars .S. Scott, u Receiver etc., CoropUiM couatJ.G. .*.

contestants must do stunts in Jump- cruises over the Mediterranean. The tions of attack, and, ,defense. Minute wont down. .Wm.Pcndleton and Zemnla.C. Pen fdoll,
One of the most conspicuous displays Ing fences that never before were at- Inventor attaches no significance to forts of baked clay bristling with can Defendant

In the German section J of Varied tempted at any national horse show InNew the number but superstirkrs acquaintances non about the size of small pins occupy To Formic* Party. d VT IS ORDERED THAT THE DKFED4WT

Industries Is the placard that reads York. shake their heads gravely.The ,. elevated positions.. When properly New York Nov. .-Late last night C.*, Pendleton herein and Wm they Peadleton are hereby and requiredto Zemala

"Grand Prize." You cannot escape It- Riders who survive this ordeal must arranged the 'effect,Is panoramic. The came the announcement from Mell- appear to the bill ol complaint it tola caw

either the placard or the merit that ride up to a post and rail fence and Heathen Devil. soldiers in the foreground are about an Tille G. Palliser, manager of on or before ,

made the placard Inevitable. Everybody without dismounting stoop and slip [The empress of China has purchased Inch long those a little farther away I pain ,of Thomas E. Watson the candidate It Monday is further iktnl day JoAMary, A. A pot
ordered that
dotes on the German rooms. out the top-rail and jump their horses I an automobile. about half 'as long,and those upon the of the People's party, that :as be published once a week for a cnpy eight c.rt.iJwdfr coBMCiiUrtweeks
unttu rails that remain. In compajrison -' On the Sacred Central City now anew hills rio.larter than flies: in the Ocala .DDer.
There thlrty- lx of them-< over those are
I enchantment llt'!!, a result of the overwhelming Democratic Done this the itta day of October, f. D. ..,...
ra-all furnished as you never saw ; it will be as thrilling as the ,, And the Image of Confucius looks around defeat steps would be taken 6. T. SI5TRL' Jt.

furnished before from a gray loop the gap at,the circus. Fair maids j and blinks its eyesWhile Britain* Trlamph In Tibet. Clerk Circuit deurt
rooms j form party. To this end, R.
to a new L. Anderson and W. Hacker,
to brown study the artnouveau and matrons will hold :their breath as \ the golden dragon wags his tall As a result' of the British expeditionan Solicitor lot
sitting room a and to the announcement given Complainant 'U.
In horror surpriseFor according
Itself in its new- their adored ones dash up for the :i agreement has been established
In her
Tsi An's gone out riding Mr. Watson and Wil-
of it is said have Tibet while still nominally a out Mr. Bryan
est habiliments all over them. Each fray. Some them j j,I auto whereby
creation. The artist protested against the innovation But ;:, part of the Chinese empire virtually liam Randolph Hearst would hold a NOTICE.In .
room Is a special An the ugly little Idols In the Temple of conference in New York in about'a
well under the suzerainty of Great
has kept only in mind that floors were the management says It is Just as i i the Fan. passes .
made to walk on chairs to sit in and to find out if there are any cross country -j i Who have sat serene and Quiet since the Britain says the Army and Navy JournaL week's time. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

confined himself riders in the New York society set j I dynasty began. Lassa will thus become a centerof of Florida In and for Uation county,
tables to sit at He has !I Now shuddering and whispering Results Beyond Republican Expecta in C aDCttJ.
Every who are capable of getting over any- I are British Influence In Asia. A new
only to such essentials. opinions of Tsi An. tion. G. S.Scott as Receiver etc., ConpVUanV-
formidable than a two foot neutral state will grow up to serve as
kind of decoration and equipment has thing more j i I Who's gone out buggy riding In her Benjamin P. Ferry and Saute D.I'ttrJ. De
frontier of New York Nov. 9.-If Maryland Is
that fence. '!! auto. a buffer for the northwest ,
of the fact fendaiU.IT .
been made regardless
i,, British India against the long'dreamed Republican as ,indicated by the returns
never were any made like them before.It Ivory From the Graves of Elephant. i!i In the courts the stately mandarins with 'invasion of that region by Russia and received up to 1 a. m. Wednesday IS ORDERED THAT. THE DEn? DA XT
i herein named. Ben
red to a blind man trailing plumes of blue | F Perry and Sattto
la like describing of these As a species of rejoiner to the charge j j I By many a lily maiden with a number the Buddhist millions of China .Mon- morning, it will be seen that D. Perry be ao4 they r- hereby required

to attempt to tell the spirit teetering that the present consumption of IvoryIs zero shoe ,golla Burma Manchuria and Slam Roosevelt baa 325:! votes and Parker appear or beforeXuxdaytltt to the btU of complaint ID this canton

apartments. The ladles go those threatening the elephant with extinction Sit Idly In flirtation-for they've nothingelse will learn to think of the head of their 151 in the Electoral College. lilt day v/JQtmrt A, D, /fiIf.It .

along looking in and saying over it has recently been stated I! Since Tsi to do An's out riding In her mystic religion-more their god than is further ordered that a copy of tbi order
little vocabularies of words which they I Killed While Resisting Arrest. be published once a week for eight cooaeestlet
that 83 per cent of the supply of ivory j i auto. their high priest-as the agent and representative week in the Ocala Banner

hare >in store for the more common Is obtainedf "elephant cemeteries" of British power.Marreloua Birmingham! Ala., Nor. 8.- In a row Dose this the I7tb day of Oct. A, D. teat
surprises but say them with an emphasis spots met with here and there In the : No more- with ;past offenders are the I over a trivial matter at Wylam Guard 8 8I4TKCNK
ecstatic state : royal fishes fed, Clerk Omit CoarL
that bespeaks an Jungle 'where 'elephants have resorted No more the pale reformer Is to executionled. I Golf In Moonlight. John Fuller was shot and killed and R.L. ASDEISOX and Wit. HOCKEX.CompainBtc .

of mind. for centuries to die says the New York j I; Robert G. McAndrews the professional Guard James KIrby was serioual/ Solidt .1. r..' 4w.

Christmas World. W. L. Distant. editor of theZoologist And the sly his provincial head. viceroy serenely at the Wollaston .(Mass.) Golf wounded. The latter was shot while .

Like children choose the points out that very few of' keeps In her club, played the course, In the moonlight ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
windows the visit While TstArfs, gone ,out riding resisting,arrest on the part of Officer
things In the shop these spots seem to have been discor-1 I auto. the other evening In eighty
rooms. A Hill and Reid. There had been nd
on choose these German travelers and scarcely any i i strokes, only three over the bogey
William Randolph I I erect by Great Scott! remarks the Lord HighYlng. prior difficulty between the men, and NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT ON THE
placard says that record of them is to be found in books i whose Indignation grows."There's says the New York ,American. Only day ft January A. D -1905 .t
one of them for hooting was unexpected on all side the administrator with the wUl aaacaed of Ux
Hearst has chosen of travel a marquis to be poisoned and a once was the.ball lost and that was
gentleman's estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep deceased. I will
keep I like Karl Spindler's princess to depose. when McAndrews: drove tt' out of present ay petition and final report a4 Pled
room. It is of oak Inlaid with Automobile. In the Desert. yet no one tends to business when the bounds. Pensacola Pl.a. NOT. 9.-The British: 'o be discharged as such admiswtrator to the
Inlaid work is everywhere I queen of heaven goes Hon. Robt. Buttock county judge for Marioa
natural woods. The In the matter of Soudanese commtmi- ; Choo-cnoolng in that heathen devil The card was: ._. steamship August Belmont owned and county Florida. W. E.ALLEN,

including large panel scenes cations much interest Is taken in the auto." Out .....:.......< 5 3 4 7'4 '4 5 &-41 operated by the Louisville and Nash Admr.with will anMxed.

mostly of still life and every piece .of I. expected arrival at Khartum of ei-1 I his In ...............554444544-59-5O rifle Railroad company, will return Jane tyrd, 904. 114ten
With all Yet every Chink In gay Peking lady's .
furniture is of special: design. motor cars for passenger i.' ,. :-- durln:'
the pertinent. j skIll attests. : to this city. this week for the $'
the elaborate inlaid ornamentation in the desert. Tne, difficulty Of surgeons are repairing Yosiiio'Klnoslilta, general'pas*en r. .'::
j While pigtailed
corps of re-engaging In the coal carrying -
absence of moldings,of any,ktn4_ -M n* has been to find motors which are capable -| legs and chests. Is'fun of agent of the Imperial government rail trade between this city ..and Sfu .atHoMO outs:;8R:::

Uce1! Je. These little labor saving of traveling over the sand but It And the Royal Chinese hospital ways of Japan, will spend two years t- -. .,4 tontaro
: guests T&mpico Max. This be aediUa 1ndI6eTablet -Stria Lr..a ro..eae as
been groaning may
makers have and in to
the United States Europe
fx-hernes of cabinet the recent experiments In her In fcMM Me.Nio..cNat-.a..d.Kly 'wI& 0i.
that riding
out ,
molding is hOped I II'em When Tsi ,An's been metbodi : Victory for tie gulf ports over an:At Algtara.CtaMgT. ........ ..-__ H .
doom of the ,
endoned. The of this study railway ; .caanPd ... ... /iq..tears.
will lead to, '! solntion : prob; autos : : PIIJ'ItL LItIa.-. Tt'SEEING' I4..,. .
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Horns Over Waterworks.
Columbus, Ga.. Nov. 9.-The city! of --- ,;
Columbus baa squarely raised ,the is :: <{' ':m.pcm j1 \ 11; {[ ; .: : .: :<:_ '- .' -- ..; '.' 1 '1: : .. :-: .
sue of the power of the United Stated t '
court to force it to buy the distribu ,
tloa system of the Columbus WaterWorks L
company for the rom of $175, :
COO. j .
Monday was the time set by Master
in Chancery Henry R. Goetchius for 9- : ,( --
hearing exceptions to his report to 1 "' __
Judge Newman Water Works in the case company of the bondholders Columbus I I I -4._....._

against the city of Columbus -4Jf1',
an effort to restrain the company from .....
building water works of its own. .:
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The master bad found that the water _---.11'__ I

and company that the had city broken was entitled its contract to relief --- .. '. -,_-. ,---.'" -. -.-'I.' -.'-", !./' .. :;:'. ao. "t;:.:,''t,1'W; r i.I JI.. W' i ,, ,'mo,:::;{: !Jla'Z; --_.-...... : .
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but as a matter of equity recommended _
that the court decree that the ...- -
company buy from the old company .....,.
could be available to the municipal :-::--; >'
water system at the above stated fig --
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Attorneys for the bondholders ex ,. <. J > <, ,
opted to the master's findings and rec. >
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ommendatlons. Counsel for the city -4
exempted to only to a few of the find. ---

r"-L the suggestion logs old their system.COTTON main as to. objection purchasing being a part to the'ofr" You r' Aflenhon t t I < i ,j jI

Alabama' Railroad Commission Han
dies a Number of Matters. -- -
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 9.-At its
r f meeting the Alabama railroad com r To varied line .
OODS I and in
mlulon made a rate at $1.25 a bale on our. doing so -'I
b cotton from Tiberta ao Mobile. The
Pi- following docket was handled: W. J. --- .
. Rutland et. aL v. Central of Georgia
> FHxpatricfc.petition for better Improvements depot facilities having at we desire to impress upon you one fact'and that is f!

been made, the case was dismissed.. -e..
O.O. Skinner et al. v. Southern railway .......,

eJ. better Petition depot denied facilities because at Sunflow.of in in so doing we are not going to call your attention

sufficient revenue. .

ladega.time Wellington the Continued commission Vandiver to Dec.will, mayor meet 13, at of at which Tab Tale t I I to the Pretty Wrappers, but it is the Contents that we I i

ladega to take the matter up.
Monefee & Doak v. Southern, cotton I ....

of since rate f 1,25 from September par. Alberta bale approved over to Mobile.that,and rate charges Rate will i I' ,base our price on. We have just what you want.

be refunded to shippers and consign. .......

ees.The approved.for Digbed approval River of local railroad freight application tariffs .. 'i We class. them, Good, Better, Best, designated by the 3'

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Goes TO Foreign NEW YORK Exhibits EXPOSITION Now at World's I E following: .. ,. ; .' .. . __ : .-, _._

Fair at St Louis. :

the St being Louis made Nov for Arrangements transportation at I ; Line '
fed robin Hood Scarlet.
are being made for transportation at I aid Royal i
the close of the exposition of manyI I .
art exhibits In the foreign sections to .
the New York Art exposition, which I _
opens Dec. 12. I -- ...

manager Mr. Theodore of the New H. York Bauer exposition, general, 4 I : Its up to you to take your choice. We guarantee the Qualities and ::

says it Is intended to make this exposition ....
ropolis. an annual feature. of the met j I:E Prices as second to none and the goods will please Our stock is rep :;

The arrangement of the New York .
exposition will be directed by Professor E with novelties and it .
Mario Salvlni, of Florence. Italy. plete matters not you want in the Grocery 3
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Negro Youth Shoots Girl. __
Oxford, Ga. Nov. Cleveland: E:i Line, we can supply your wants.WE ::
Banks, a negro boy, has shot and .
killed Georgia Boater, a negro girl, ..-.. :' ,, ,,',.. .. ., __
; rf .....
about S miles from here. The boy '" .
bad just returned from hunting, when E: .
HAVE : :
Upon arriving at the house and finding ==
the girl reading he pointed the gun I __
at her. She asked him not to do that .....
AS the gun was loaded. Later the

bells he soon were got taken them.away He from approached him but : Jellies, Jams Mince Meat and Sauces, Preserves. Apple and Peach :Butter ::

the girl and pointed the --
gun at her
l and as she was begging him not to i Cranberry Sauce, Olives, Relishes, Chili.Sauce, Tomato ::
point at her with a loaded gun be : Chutney'Limberger
fired, tearing up her throat and killing
her Instantly. He immediatelygave :: Edam; Pineapple, Brie and Brick Cheese. Pickles of ==
himself up to an officer of the
I ........
law Ington.and Is in the county.. jail at Cov- E: all kinds, Sour and Sweet. Crystalized Fruit, Shelled Al :;

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Choked Wife; Son Shot Him. ---
Detroit, Mich, Nov. 9.Edward monds. Whole Wheat Flour and Numerous Other ::
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Howird & patternmaker, was shot k __
and Instantly killed by his son Arthur, .
ait"4L According to Mrs. Howard ..... .. Goods We Can Show You. '. .... ,- I ::
her husband who she says was a .......
heavy drinker attacked her when she II r :* ---
refused to give him more money to --.": .':_' ,Jt.- -. :_._:: :; ::
continue a spree. Their daughter 'ran 'V ......
to the mother's rescue and Howard ......

threw was holding both of them them to there the floor by their and To arrive in a weeks' time f.vll supply Genuine Texas Red

throats when Arthur came in the door Rust
The young man secured a revolver
and caught his father by the shoulders. Proof Seed Oats Come early. ::
As the father turned the revolver was .
discharged accidentally, so the son
and his mother insist Young How t: -
ard is under arrest. Yours for More Business ::

Cotton Mills Resume Operations.Fall .....
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River Mass. NOT. 8.-The cotton .. -
mills of this city whose mills have
been Idle since July oh account of -
the strike of their employes over a -.. : ,', '.- -- :
12H per cent reduction, In wages today '
Toted to open their plants to such

under operatives Meet the Death desired by Boller to resume Explosion work; I TEAPOT GROC CRY. i it111t11111111U1111111111NIN11111U1114111111l11111111111111

Ga1n vtfe. Fin.Xor9.-afeager in-
formation hu just-beefreceived here .. .
Oat the largo batten> ctf the Gulf-Cy- _
presj Lumbar mg"'jt located:: a* .
B&rea, Fia. exptodoS jttis morning, ..... ': <

Mveral Ulllag two other men. .tad. taKj. wounding' i .. ,' ,' ,.," ,. " " ."

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