The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 18, 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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A King's Daughters Report. Wedded
NEW DEPARTURE Happily in Ocala.
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To the president and members of the Mr. E. W. Moore, of Dunnellon, PEOPLE!
David S. oodro\v
I society, and to all who have cheerfully
The came to Ocala last and
Ocala Ice and Packing Company's f Saturday was
I and liberally aided us with contribu- _
Cold Storage Rooms Now Ooen. seen anxiously awaiting the incom-
tions of money and clothing, do we respectfully J

PHOSPHATE LANDS. I II The contractor has practically com-I submit this, our first annual ing train from Gainesville. There ......

I I pleted the installation of the appli- report of the work done by the King's alighted from that train a fair rose-

ances necessary for the opening of Daughters In this city. bad and Mr. Moore joyously greetedher. .

If you have any. phosphate lands you wish to 'sell or : the Ocala Packing & Ice Company's The King's Daughters organized In They took a carriage for the
this city on the 23rd day of November
lease on royalty communicate with him. I new cold storage plant, and tile 1903 with twenty-nine members. Florida House and notwithstandingthe Like to do Imslna&s where

Marion farmer and stock lateness of the hour and stormy
county The first meeting was held in the armory they are wanted.

raiser is still further to be congratu- and subsequent meetings In the weather, sent a friend to Judge Bul-

Y lated upon the increased facilities of- public library until! the Elks very kindly lock to procure a marriage license, Give lift your nee unt and

Office nexi to Dr. Smith Postofficc Block. Ocala.Fla. I : tendered the use of their rooms' to but that official had home and
ferred him for curing and caring for gone ,
the society for a permanent place of see how you are treated
_Wl- C __-- .._ his products in the way.of meats. meeting. I always accommodating, especially

s) in cases of this kind returned to
The of the
I capacity new storage Receipts for the year were as folI I

IJ J SABA :ELISABETH HAS SIS. Local Editor Mr. Isaac Stevens is beautifyinghis room now nearing completion will be lows: i his office and issued the priceless

300,000 pounds of meat which'with Dues collected ..... ... ... ...$. 7J 09 'document. Rev. Mr. Moore was then
fourth ward property by the erection I
Thanksgiving collection... .... 12 81 '
sent for, but as it was now nine
of a pretty and substantial fence.If the storage capacity for ice alreadyin '
HAPPENINGS Collected from gentlemen... ., 126 25
will make it of the o'clock and the storm had grown more
operation, one
others would follow his excellent Proceeds Dr. Wharton's lecture. 59 03 I MUNROE& CHAMBLISS

Mrs. Dunklin, of Oxford is the example our city would present a largest and most complete plants of Proceeds benefit concert... ... 55 50 furious he suggested that the nup- ,

its kind in the state. Proceeds Daughters tials be postponed until next day I Bankers
guest of Mrs. J. A. Pittman. much better appearance to strangers King's concert \ ,

: when thev happen our way for a The proprietors of this establish ..... ... ... ... ....... 10 SO which was reluctantly! consented to. I

The Catholic church lot has: been I short ment are Messrs. John H. Taylor andJ. Relief fund.. ... ... ... ...... 13 25 At two o'clock Sunday afternoonthe OCALA, FLORIDA.MEAT .

stay. Ticket fund.. <..... ... ..... 6 45
with fence. two hearts made to beat
.... enclosed a new ___ __ M. )Ieffert.Ir. were as ;
From ladies of Episcopal
r young 3I

Miss Edna Dozier is visiting relatives )Ir. C. E. Herrick, of Crystal River, :\ Taylor grew up in business in I church.. ... ..... ... ..... 8 00 one, and on Monday the happy coupleleft !

in Jacksonville. was in Ocala Friday from a business Ocala, having inher ted from his One free will offering. ..... ... 5 00 for their home at Dunnellon.

Herrick Collection not reported... .. ... 4 71 Mr. Moore is a young man well
-- visit to Tampa. Mr. says father, )Ir. M. D. Taylor, the Ocala

Mr. ind Mrs. J. S. Norton left yesterday that Tampa is making very elaborate sash and blind factory, which was thought of in the Phosphate City and On Cold Storage.

for their home at St. Peters- Total..... ... ... ..........$375 89 .is a painter and contractor. Mrs.
for the South converted into crate and basket
I I preparations a Disbursed.. .. ... 0.... .. .348 27 Moore, nee Miss Rosabelle Smith We desire to announce that the
burg. Fair. That the city is already very factory in 1S99, when :\Meffert was
I is from Gainesville and is cold-storagd department fef the cur
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and Miss extensively decorated with bunting:, taken in as a partner, and since that Balance on hand... .. .. .$ 27 62 a pretty I
and amiable ing of meat for Owner U now
Edna Carmichael are in Tampa taking etc., and presents a gala appearance.Mr. time as a manufacturer of crates the Number of members at present time, young woman. '

77; number of'meetings held during the TheJOcala Banner extends its congratulations
in the fair.
.- firm has done an exceptional large open.We
.Morton F.Plant, son of the late business, turning out on an averageof year, 25; average attendance 25; num- and hopes their weddedlife are the Cold Storage: Pioneer -

)Ir. J. L. Leitner and Dr. J. G. ber, of visits made to sick and strangers be cloudless. of rioridti, have given
Henry B. Plant, and formerly presi- We mention
2000 packages a day.
Dunnellon in 257; number of needy persons assisted -
Baskin represented our the curing of meats the closest study
dent of the Plant System of railwaysand this in this connection merely to show 49; number of sheets given to Elected Officers.
city Tuesday for years, andour uniform put snow
now president of the Southern how enterprising the gentlemen are. the hospital. 12; number of young girls
The F. U. of A. held its annual cess is the very best evidence of our
rs. W. H. Chaille, of Miami, after Express Company, passed through Besides his ice and meat packingand rescued from West End and sent to '
Miss! Emma Tucker's home for fallen meeting for the election of officers ability to serve you. When therefore
a pleasant visit to friends in this city Ocala Friday afternoon en route to crate establishment in Ocala
women at Nashville, Tenn., 2; numberof Tuesday night. The balloting resulted we announce Itrady,we want you to
left for Jacksonville yesterday. Tampa. He was in his private car, Mr. Meffert operates the Ocala Lime'
in cards, sent
Christmas greetings
as follows: W. L. Jewett, appreciate that it means superior
---- measuring eighty feet in length and Works and also has a large mill and to invalids and shut-ins, IS.
fraternal master; Robert G. Blake, equipment, including duplicate machinery
i Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and son one of the handsomest cars ever crate factory at Lowell an lone at There was no account kept of the **. .
justice Jake Brown, protector; in case of accident and
Hansel in on a visit to distributed,
are Tampa
and bedclothing
brought through this city.R. ;Martin, and in all of these enter- garments '

relatives and taking in the big South prises has been signally successful,' but it will be safe to say something I.I.M Robert G. Blake, truth; Mrs. skilful assistants to do this work in

over a hundred have passed throughour H. C. Jones, mercy; R. E. Yonge, the best possible manner. In thin
Florida fair. C. a man
: ; young
goes for the that Messrs.
it saying
so hands during the year. I J sr., guide; H. A. Waterman, guard; I connection we cannot too strongly
of Ocala, has arrived in the city, and
Mr. Frank B. McBee, advance I will make this his future home. He Meffert and Taylor will make a success Mrs. W. C. Lindsay Pres. ', G. T. Maughs, sentinel; J, L. Ley, N. urge upon our friends to take their
in S. Scott, Sec. I I
of their cold storage plant \
agent for the Great Barlow:Minstrels i I. Gottleib C. L. Bittinger, stewards; Meat where they Know It will
i has accepted a position of book- Mrs. B. J. Potter, Treas. .
paid us! a pleasant call Tuesday. Heft keeper for the Gainesville FurnitureCompany. I this city. I II C. K. Sage, secretary; W. T. Gary, t have proper attention. It 110Cno
The farmers of the confidently I
county can
left last night for Tampa. I r treasurer. *. Work for you to l 19 I'D
Mr. Alworth served the Killed in Cuba
: their meats to this enterprising
,. bring The installation of the new officers i serve you again. To those fcUriflg
Wallis theF Marion Hardware Company, of Herald has received a
Little Miss Theo was firm with the full know- The Tampa
will take place at the annual meeting ] meat for the first time we would re
fortunate winner of the beautiful doll Ocala, in the same capacity before ledge that it will be well taken scare cablelfrom Pinar del Rio, Cuba, stat-
: in'January. |i fer to our friends-Your Xfljh
that was given away by the 0. K'I coming here.-Gainesville Sun. Of. ing that )Jr. J, T. Cleveland, an ,
bor*-u ho are *o well satisfied with
Grocery.Mr. Mr. Alworth has a host of Ocala As has already been noted Mr. American, was killed in that city Harris.Williams i iMr i
I faithful service.
friends, who regret exceedingly.that Xo-particulars our past
Robert Kaiser, who has had long experience : J. C. Williams, the popular I will heretofore
I The same price prevail -
Herman Benjamin, manager
he is going to leave Ocala. were given.'
in his '
and is a specialist superintendent of the city electric'li
and part ower of the Florida Ice & .. --- -_.- -- Mr. Cleveland was a brother of I I namely: one cent per mtoth
line, has charge of the meat curing ht. system, surprised his friends I
Packing Company, is in, Atlanta on Mr. G. Maughs, agent for the Marshall Cleveland, cf Ocala, and I,I or part of a month.Responsibility .
and I
and cold storage department, yesterday on his return from his vacation -i Ion damage
business for that coi.cerm Southern Express Company in this I of He was i against or *
fifty-five age. ,
will make it his business to give was years trip to Alabama by bringingwith I! by fire will be assumed In the
city asks us to deny the report circu- resident of Ocala and was an
Mrs. C. P. McGrath, Mrs. Julia entire satisfaction to his once a him a bride. He was married'; and for
I value of six cents pound
lated Tuesday that an officer had architectand builder. I per
t Wells Frank and Miss!: Gertrude Per- r. Kaiser is always accommodating Tuesday evening in Auburn, Ala., to :I! this we will make a charge of 10
found a package. of quails and two He moved from Ocala to the East
l eda went ti Tampa Wednesday afternoon and obliging and our farmers will Miss Marie Harris, one of that city's !I: cents 100 IDS. or fraction thereof.
live deer in the expre on the A. Coast.lsold out his holdings therein per
1 to see the fair. find him a pleasant gentlemen to do fairest young women. !t FLORIDA fliCKING AND ICE CO.perSIMON .
C. L. railroad. Mr. Maugbs says he boom times and went to ,Cuba and
business with. The happy young couple are at
Mrs. C. A. Marsh returned to her refused to accept the two deer made investments there. I
See the ad of ,the above firm ejse present residing at Mrs. C. J. Phillips' ana 11Ut.
home In Morganton, N. C., Wednesday ferred to for shipment, and as to re-I The announcement is a great shockto bee.
tI South Third street.
where. on
after several weeks' pleasant quail, all he knew 'was that Officer the family. friendsin HERMAN. BENJAMIN, Mgr.
Volumtoer Firemen The Banner joins their many
visit to her son, Mr. A. H. Marsh and Hutson found them in the baggagecar. i
I A meeting of Ocala citizens, Inter- Off on a Happy Mission. wishing the young folks a long and Shippers by express or freight will

family. __ m ested in the volunteer fire department, From Wednesday's Dally. prosperous life.Couftterfeitlftg. I, please mark their nmt plaint on

Nearly all the foundations for the Samuel Russ one of the best the fire station Saturday evenIng -
Mr. met at I Mr. C. E. Thomas, secretary of the package, and address

Foundry & Machine Works new known newspaper writers in the and organized the Ocala volunteer Work I the Genuine.
Machine ,
Ocala Foundry &
>; These fire department, with the following FLORIDA PACKING( & ICE CO.
have been laid. in Ocala. He
buildings state, spent yesterday left yesterday afternoon for Citro- Foley & Co. Chicago, originated
Chambers, E. P. Pitt-
buildings will be quite an addition to visited the Marion' Farms in the members: H. S. Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Ocala, Fla.
Asher Frank, H. nelle where this morning at 9 o'clockhe
E. Cole, ,
man Royal: ,
the _
remedy, and on occount of great -.0
our city when completed.Mrs. morning and in the afternoon was C. Williams, Will Mock. Peyton Bailey will lead to the hymeneal altar merit and popularity of Foley's Hon
bride and at
kept busy shaking hands with old 'Frank Gates Claude Gates Jim Carlisle and A colored groom
Thagard returned from Miss Corine Knight, beautiful. ey and Tar many imitations are of-
E. friends. He was formerly editor of Walter Tucker Walter Yonge charming lady of that city. fered for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Atlantic Coast Line depot Friday
Reddick Wednesday and was acconv the New Capitol, when it flourishedhere Sidney Simpson, James D. Farris Fred After a marriage dinner Mr. and I: Honey & Tar and refuse any afternoon created considerable imminent

anted by Dr. E. Van Hood. She suf- and retainsin Vogt and Ed Tucker. substitute offered as no other prepa- and amusement for the pasera

fered a severe fall while getting off about ten years ago, The following officers were elected: Mrs. Thomas will leave for a trip to I ration will give the same satisfaction. by. The "fair bride" traveled In +f

weeks and is his heart a warm spot for Ocala. Chief, H. S. Chambers; foreman Jim Tampa and Havana, and will spend It is mildly laxative. It contains no white
ago drew
train some wedding ,
the white organdie
Mr. Russ was on his way from Tampa, Carlisle; fire marshal, James Farris; several weeks on their honeymoon. I I opiates and is safest for children and
still unable to walk.Mrs. veil and a wreath of whIM dafefet,
and says the South Florida fair is secretary and treasurer Royal ; About December 1st they will be at delicate persons. Sold b) 'postoffice

W E. Fosnot and daughter, I the most magnificent of any yet held corporal driver Peyton Bailey. home to their friends in this city. Store. m I white Uppers, etc.
I Meetings will be held at the fire station PI :I 1
Miss Dora, of Keosauqua, Iowa, arrived in Florida, and that Marion countyis every first and third I Wednesday The Ocala Banner extends congratu- --------- -, -- :

at Eastlake yesterday to spend splendidly represented.The evening at S o'clock. The next meetingwill lations.
the winter on Lake Weir. Mr. Fos' be tomorrow night when all of the Died. BOB

Robert have been here Great Barlow Minstrels. above are requested to be present A i > TEX
and son
not Mr. Alexander T. Proctor formerly
I The coming attraction at the opeta vote will be taken on any new applications -
for some months. for membership. of Ft.McCoy, but who for the past I THE OCALfl NEWS COMP NY.
house Tuesday, Nov. 22, is the well I
Belleview was represented in Ocala year and a half has been living near
known Barlow Minstrels under the
by Mr. Isaac Nichols, Missionary Rally at Cotton Plant. the S. A. L. depot in this city, died
yesterday management of J. A. Coburn. This
who bad Just returned from Crystal In its visits the past few Cn the 4th Sunday, November 27, Monday afternoon and was laid to

River where he had been examinedby company seasons has demonstrated fully its there will be held a missionary rest in the old cemetery Tuesday HOLIDAY GOODS FIREWORKS,

Dr. Bennett for an increase in claim, "a clean, first class minstrel rally at St. Johns church, Cotton afternoon, Of All Kinds. Wholesale and Retail

his pension.Dr. attraction which appears upon its Plant. There will be three services, Mr. Proctor was about fiftyoneyears
old and had always been a resi-
E. Van Hood is making< the printed matter, and the company as follows: ten and eleven o'clock, dent of this county The biggest. line of Doll and Toys in town, also all kind. of

at the Baptist this is by far the best ever car- a. m. and 1:30 o'clock p. m. Rozane and
year CIIIXA including Japanese
teachers' meeting I lIe leaves a widow and two sons Staple and Fancy ,
from l .Prof. Seldin,principal of the Dunn-
Fresh I :
i church very Interesting circle of acquaintances
t I ried.The and of the and a large others.
school supt.
Land his bright military costuming, entirely ellon high r
the Holy
4 hU travel in there will to mourn his death. The most complete line of STAPLE CHOCKCHY ta
school ,
the silk and Methodist Sunday
expositions are more dud and luminous foreign to ordinary

satin effects, and an olio or 'vaudeville assist the pastor in these services. Wanted Mothers who'll not wait town. ..

.t -- program of all new features, and The congreation is requested to be Until after its too late, I II :
condi- ..i
Our streets are in miserable the opening services 1 Ere "TEETHINA" they will try
evening's ,
acts furnishing an present
it rains the mud is novelty I For teething babes who pine and die. NEWS CO. r
tion. When and when it don't performance hard to equal and impossible at ten o'clock. Dinner will be servedat '"TEETHtNA" aids digestion I THE OCALA
1' something to surpass. the church at twelve o'clock. and counteracts the effects
the overcomes
rain the dust is blinding. With oughtto The daily street parade and concert I of summer's heat, regulates the boW- } North Main SL Ocala Florida.1 .
of so many years I roTnsIuDNEYcUR robust and
experience what Js at noon with music by the famous els, and keeps the babes ; 1 I .....At.6..ATVV" .....
this time just Y.
by cents.
be known Hussar band. e'y'4S XMnevs and Bladdar IT* .1 ealthy. Costs only 25
ort of material to use .


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,i and a warrant for that amount be sented policies- to' the board upon the I M. Barksdale R S. Shortridge, L w'l! Fine and Forfeiture SJirwtrfcl I>. tf been tAxnilf >

COUNTY COQ;EMI''SIONERS[ I drawn in favor of the said town. poor farm and armory, whereupon it' Boring and C. C. Priest. j I i, Balance last report.$2235 14 00 $3039 14 the country rincetheyear of 1ST tat]
Applications for pension from the was ordered that a warrant be drawn Mr. T. E. Pasteur county treasurer Treasurer's receipt.. 804
had In that |
585 92 never any way fit
3b state of Florida were approved as follows for $9 as premium upon the. policy for repotted receipts, disbursements and I Disbursed.... ...... have
: I. L Hall, Mary E. :Marsh Mrs. L. the poor farm and $178.87 premium on balances as follows: Balance... ..... .. ... ...$2453 22 form any connection whatever k;ti.
Official Report of the November Pro fat I. at the
H. Baxter W. H. Levinar. policy for the armory. Road Fund The board thereupon adjourned. an organization pms||,
eeedings of the Marion Board of The following justices of the Chairman. the title of Btrfe
Notary public bond of D. L. Gran- peace H. W. Long. time tooringnuder ;
.b CommissionersBoard reported fines Imposed during S.. !
'tti tham was approved. Treasurer's receipt.. 394 53 $ 395 20 fAttest: and Wilson. **
met In regular session, Wednesday W. S. Priest, inspector of month as follows: Alex. Wynne, $10.50; I strels appear in tins c.ty at
Bond of I{ Disbursed...... .... 394 54 I r Public
W. O. Wald, $153; C. R. Veal, $10; M.I A Card to the next Tttt.
bone on
iI November 9. 1904. Present: H. marks and brands for district No. 13 Balance.. ... ... ..........$ 66 of Marlon opera
was approved.The H. Rou, $1; W. F. McWhite, $1.15; P. I I 0* ,; to the similarity in names for one nlhton1r, with J, A, Aleut,
$ :W. Long chairman, and CommissionersN. U. Milligan, $25; R. Bullock, $5; J. W. County Proper Minstrels and and c .!fr. Any COta -
Barlow +
bonds to firearms the Great as manager
A. Fort S. R. Pyles E. L. Wartmannand following carry Coulter $1; J. 0. Turnipseed, $300; Balance last report..$ '19Treasurer's I the under rimiiarwithout : UUt -
we.2 p.esented, approved and lice H.I L I another tor :ng the cOttt1 pany appea. ::
W. Douglass, 43
J. L. Edwards. receipt. 460 64 $4603 Mr. Cobra or $i* nrae GI.
ia October :ses ordered issued: S. T. Skipper The following justices reported no Disbursed.... ..:.. 4483 62 management of the above company fm >-.'.torts.
Minutes of 3, and special matter are |
W. B. Roberts, Don R. Mixson, Harry fines: E. S. Smith, W. W. Jackson, J. Balance.. ..... ... ......$ 119 81 wishes to notify the minstrel lov.'ng
meeting of October 8 and 28 were read E. Lea\enjood, Ed T. Jordon. -
and approved. Mr. H. W. Long made his report of - Mr. Boring appeared and requestedthe the poor lama as follows: -.- : 1-
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lae board to pay the cost of the constable Gentlemen: I visited the poor farm III I' "". :: !A:, .'.n-'! .,!;,Po .' '.<-<- .. ,... -
a .
R. \V. Hollld y. in the case of the on the 3.d inst. Found the health of .,

0 1 ; state against the E -balers, which had the in or (es in a normal condition. The } MEH'S 6ND BOY'S OVERCOATS
: hogs Y.'ooe been placed on the second CHILDIJEN'S DEPARTMENT TH E I,
he eOLOI e been 1f'used under the reconunendjtlon Plaid extra
Men's Gray
I cf Mr. Wa.mnn. The division cf !"!!}.bs end are d ng veryw There is no store ia Ocalawho long, rain woof. .. II .

.t.tI and action the heretofore cost in Laid: taken cause was ordered rescinded paid. ;'}.Lash Thjtables potatoes ale are as growing large as nicely hen takes more pridein showing garments Men's Black lining Melton. :.: 3 -
E .
M:. Caltskill ap'enedlth petition eg;. Ll,htwood has been hauled to for coming omen of this B 0",, T 0 N S T 0 R Men's fancy Oxford Gray'I'.1.t.on .

with reference to lords at Mclnt i, bo'l the crcp of syrup which will begn land, than we do. We keep everything rain and moth proof. t.Oo

7U and after con Ideiable discussion the this week, cr as soon as the potato cropIs that is worn by babies in the Men's Brown Plaid, t _

matter was laid ovei. :Mr. Galtskill harvested. cradle to girls in their wedding extra long, .. . 8.1111

entering a protest against a petition Expenses for October... .....$100 52 Men's Oxford Gray,
n dresses. We are now showing a full At last we have has a umpla of the coli weather we are
filed at hit meeting the said petition Credit by sale of beef cr.ttle.... 50 00 .. . 6 I
line of Girl's and Misses Jackets, to enjoy this winter. Ycu better prepare now EO that 10"x lk n
was laid over v.itll next meeting.It TEL! expenses... ... .......$ 50 52 Mon
4. Coats Dressees and all kinds of Underwear Will be able to meet It when it comes In fall blast. We have ',8b'eu' fjp '
arpeaiiag that the registration officer p H. W. Long. Com. in Charge. es .t 'I.
a large Use cf garments that will protect. you iron:: the OTtr-
bad failed to also a nice line of Street Also a largo Usi of St.iaaUtisii (
fcr my
tonne cair appc'.r r! Mr. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor ap- fiercest blizzards. How is the time to pat in a sapply. teats :! ityifts t.!rd t,1S.C:.
0C to the ballot boxes and: perrei -Arlth the assessment rolls for and Walking Hats.

returns, :Mr. D. M. Barco, rter haviz:;: 190'', \ .!, h were duly examined, snd tA

been appointed: deputy clerk 4 : the circuit upon rrrtUjn accepted, whereupon the

rb cou. ., was ordered .s receive ihe following warrant and resolutions werec WORD TO THE WISE: f

boxes and ieturns and to furnish the led rprt-ad upon the minutes and

11tt clerk with proper memoranda for the th > \\f' ,nt."''ereupon duly attached: to .

paymert cf ce ts sad inspectois. The said ?ss- sir < lolls:

II clerk was o;:dried to draw warrants lor S-sttO'1 Floii : t,. E. L. C rney, taxc. Ladies' Maq-Tailored Suits Ladies' SHirts

ttJo the airour.ts pie tared by Mr. Barco iler (I. -f the countof. ii ion: Y i .

for the ?rid inspectors ard clerks. ?! he. / rcm-randed to c< lint out of You will find the largest line of ladies' suits here Our line consists of about 1000 skirts in th, latest

'itlU It apse?Jn; that Mr. Longiiman thafr'nte and personal property than in Central Florida. We have them in the latest effects styles, made of Mannish mixtures, Serges, Worstwte, lint!-
of the bcad, \\OJd be absent on the r : ti each of the persons and cor-
day the tsinvp* cf (fc eleeif'.n returnsIn pHons n-'ned in the. annexed rcll I i of Mannish: mixed Tweeds in all colors and sizes. liantines and Ladies' Cloth. Also a nice line of Dress

this count/ wcld be mtd" and: the the *OT"S set d. in in ea' h roll oppo- Remember they are made by men. It would take too much Shirts, made of Taffetta Silk, Peau de Soie and Satin A t'

law teqviilng in his absence on2 oiember v.ich name, corporati a or parcelof space to explain about the different kinds. large assortment of Walking Skirts in new mixture.
L cf the board to act; tb' boa.d appointed land tb" -hi described, and in case The Prices are.. . . . . . .. . .$7.50 to 20.00 Buy a Shirt for dress t50 to $lb.'H> -1

V Captain S. R. Pj js to act with the tix-js so Imposed are not paid at A real nice suit for. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..10.00 Buy a Skirt for street wear for .1.60 to P 5"Ladies'
the reglsfratlc. officer ard tour y the time pit.scribed by law you are to I

Judge in the canvassing of the electrciurua. : -,i collect the same by levy and sale cf
id ..._ t
goods and chattels, lands and
It was ordered that Commissioner menti r.r&.s"--ed or .? !he person ircorporetita
14t Wartmann be arthorized to buy two : so taxed; and p'! sums collected Waists Ladies' Jackets

Winchester shotguns for use at the fir state taxes sou are to pay
convict We offer the most complete line of Waists in this We have them in long ones and short one They!
camps. to the state treasurer at such time iS
JrIn Mr. James Freeman, mark and brand and at the section. Any kind of goods desired can be found in our i
mrv be required by I are made of Broadcloths, Covert cloths, Zetxjlines ail all .
Inspector of district No. 9, tendered his same time you are to pay to the county storeFlannels, Brilliantines, Peau! de Soie, Taffeta Silk,
beft resignation and recommended the ar treasurer sll sums collected for and China 'Silk, all in assorted colors. grades of Mannish' Mixtures. You can find them fr the _

polntment of :Mr. J. S. Dri .gers. A petition co *- es, district s. '::1')01 taxes and j We offer a nice Peau de Sole in ass'rtd. shades for. .83.75 entire family in all sizes and shades.

tiIff also bvins been filed recommending ether "9et'1'xes: nd iou are fu her Crepe de Shine for . . . . . . . . ..'2.75 .
Our from . .. .. .. . '.
prices are .. .f*.50 to I* *
the s' d Driggers, the board reqti; ?d tt m -e'-'ll collections on cr All wool Flannel for. . . . . .. . i. . ..8100 .. -
thereupon, appointed Mr. D.lggers. before the first Mot Isy in April aId Others in assorted materials:: for'. . -- . =-Oc. to $3.UO. We offer a nice one (worth $,."V:::n) for .,. . . . .9W'.1:.. <*' _

Captain Pyles, having been appoi; ,on or before the first Monday in July 1

h ed a commlttss of one to investigateand you will make a fin report to and settlement -

report with reference to the Le- with the com ol'er and ( "

burg and Ocala load, ask d for further t y commissioners.Given 'oun-I Men's Suits TO Boy';. Suits

time which was granted. I under my hand and seal th'.s

Mr. Lens made report on Ma tool the 10th day;: t-' November, in the ye; r All kinds of weaves and mixtures: We have enough SnH to CM IU _.1

a road, showing 216 yards of road built A. D. "" Alfred Ayer (Seal.) to select from, some round cuts, some MEN : every boy In Marion tn u/, 1J\u

t and on: mile graded, and mated As'ser"jr of"Jion County.It square cuts, and all are the latest counters and tablet are foa4ci <**'*n

t a spread 1: feet in width and about 8 appearing that the assessment roll styles. To specify them would take with the best value that KtM y CM I"

Inches in depth, out of an excellent for the year 1904 and th- warrant from more space than we are able to buy. buy. Uieit. 8**>*r
quality of clay, one quarry being mixed the assessor to the tax collector of Ma-1 S HERE IS A SPECIMEN: AND Brown, (M ... Lqocuts. **- .
Price are the taw *
with phosphate, one with ocher and ricni +iy. Florida w deliveredto Men's Black Clay Suits (all wool $9.50 Bauer Brown suits, u.t.u

one with Fuller's eat t? f t a cost of sad11; -' >r on cbe re the first 11 Fancy Suits for $10.00 8 years for |... ._, .* W .t
S50!.:O. Monday.t November A. D. 1904, as required j "Men's Black Unfinished worsted BOYSYou \'estee Sui.: eizea 3 to 8 yeah
Upon motion of Comm'ssL. 1.. W< by h. ; and it 'her appearingtht Suits for $12.00 fo: II In H W
Norfolk Suits eize 3 to 11
James Townsend and GusUveKraeson 1-
mann warrant from the bca.d of county -
t j Others in fancy and black for
yeras $UW u> p 00
were turned over to Captain I In. 'ssioneis is lequi by law & Square Cut Suits .[
comn $5. >. $7. $8. and our best for $13.00 tee 3 te 8
D. llanlson to finish serving cr.t the. -'oie te. it le -Iv.d: Tb t a wer- years for II w> ,uo

their sentence. 'rant issue f. om .this board to the tax j are now about to _

". The commissioners heretofore col --tor in the form I:escrib d by law I t Men's Pants Pants
pointed, viz: J. L. Whisenant, J.ap-I and that the sme be annexed to th confront Boy's
Nelson and J. F. Barrett, having I a very cold
asst-: 'sir'rt ill: for 1904, and that the
their report on the road! and the report same b recordrd in t* minutes of I We are showing the latest
) being uasstisluctoij- sane was referred said board. Whereur n warrant was problem and Word You know that there N very 1

to Cap1 ''r S. R. Pyles. comrvloner *- law styles in Pants; some are fancies
isiv.I: ca tha form piescribid by little changes in j
i Itoy'g date,
i chaie of that dirt.-'ct, for in I
led fol'ows
and heie-ir-t. ?s ;
I all
some are staples, are money ,
vestigation. CummL..sKineiurtmanr, b: *;e of FloiL F L. "ney, x to the Wise is sufficient that is in regard to ftyltt.V
who was la charge or the J? .:.nston and savers.
I collect T < f the v runty of M 11'ion: Y
Mclnto.h load, retorted th t 3}s milesIn ', ale hereby a.mmanded'collect out cf Men's Pants for 100. to 85.00A have pants that are, stiro* ant i
length had bten paved with grad the red estate and personal property and Prepare.

and clay well raded, thereby 11'?klng I Ia !I eid from each of the persons and corpotstlo" pair of good wool pants for durable in all sizes fer. ]

good and set:? antlal road at a cost;, Df red in the annexed roll j

of $1700.56, one half having been p"ld':i t1' 'ta. i s> vn iah roll oppo- I NOW IS
by prlraie Si J scrlpt'i-is by citizens, !! rte r-T., coipor i or p- $2.50 THE TIME 25c t lo $!.50

'f leaving brlam-e of J850.28 fi. e by he |'I,, of !.tn-L ttereli described and in case

.'j',' count pas per agreement hrrere the. taxes so imposed are not paid at I
made. Wh .son it wa ordered thata I I I the Urn prescribed by law, you are
a wftirwt t? iwn fix- $Si,* :S upon I I colU' .. th and sale of the i .e
iAn a by levy I Men Shoes
the road )d In 'av.of Mr. W. E. goods .and ch ttels.. lands and te and Boys LAST BUT NOT LEAST.WOlIen a Girls Shoes )

.',, Allen, chairman of local cpmmittet meats so ass d, or of the person or I Men's Calf Shoes .

Thursday, November 10, 1904, 8 a. m. correlation so taxed; and ail sums collected Women's DongeJa fife****

'j Hoard met pursuant to adjournment. r rtatf taxes you p.e to pay 81.50 to $3.00 _- ... j

I ." All members prevent except E. L. to thEtde treasurer at su -h time as I Men's Vici Shoes *i." ..> .2.w .

Wartmann. who had been excused the may bi it- uired ty law, and at the !! Women's Viti Kid SI*** -
afternoon btfoie. same time your j to pay to the couryU $2.25 to 8:3.50Men's : We want to impress it upon your mind that we are

Upon motloc. petition fiom citizensof ('I"r collected for county I Women's Patent U.tlt r j

McIntosh to build the illckman' and tries trt s' !hx>l Jies and other Patent Leather selling the best Shoes in the world the are the Shoes (feuarante) '? v !

Bnardman road frcm Illckman to whereIt special t xes; and you aye further required Shoes $2.50 to 85.00Boy's
Interse ts the Evinaton and MIn > rr ke .1 colts .! na on or before renowned Misses Dun oU
Calf Shoes
tosb ro:. :, and the L Flemlngton and Mc- the i: t M nday In April; knd on school Shoe flOOD 4linu

Intewrh rod H. C. Price's to Mcln- or before the first Moctfa;, in July you 81.25 to 82.00 to
Ji.oo> | u
tosh and to continue :he Evinston and will n\'ke a final report to and settle Boy's Vici Shoes HAMilTON-BROWN SHOES size. o ;

Mcintosh roc % of a mile further ment with the comptroller and county Misses' Vici Kid l SW
$1.75 to 83.00 (Best in the World.
south a total distance of about &\i commissioners. )
I according size '1.00 to f* .V
miles, on the tame terms the road is Given under cur hands and seals'thisthe :

now being constructed, viz: The countyto 10th day November, in the year

pay one halt of he cost of constructing A. D 1904. H W. Long

} the same, the other half i be paid Chm. Bd County Commissioners. ,* A BEAUTIFUL DOLL GIVEN AWAY
by private subscriptions granted. S. R. Pyles; tar I
The supervision of said road'to be by N. A. Fort. .
To every girl accompanied by a lady we will give a chanee on
Jno. L. Edwards. a beautiful doll
county commissioner In charge and the 33 (imches high arm ;m

same ccmrclttee already appointed. Commissioners.The Silk Clothes. This doll will be given away December 25th,
i Petitions lequetting that Mattie English clerk was instructed to draw a Christmas"j

) and Ben Fell be admitted to the warrant in favor of Alfred Ayer tax Yov don't have to buy anything to obtain a chance.

poor farm was eferred h Commissioner assessor, for 11S5.83, for commission on ,

Wartmann.The 4-5 of $61,114. amount assessed on tax

town of Anthony having filed books hr 1904, for county purposes.Mr. .

an approved. statement from the tax i E. L. Carney, tax collector reported THE BOSTON STORE, THE BOSTON STORE. 1 '

collector showing amount sub-road I! collections, of $3890.75 on account THE SOSTON STORE. !

taxes due the town of. Anthony up to. of licenses and $96 on account of

aA and including the taxes of 1903. i poll taxes. ,
amounting ,to $14:.3T, was ordered paid I Mr. G. S. Scott insurance agent. pre.


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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People.'





Coun j at the Soath Florida I I Great txhibtion of Good Grit and FAIR.

I Fair, November 14-26. Uphill Fighting by the Horns Team
t Home MadeHave I I FOR- ,
t '\Commissioner David S. Williams Gainesvill won from Ocala Fri-

r I and Assistant Commissioner Henry day by the score 67-0, and still the STAPLE GROCERIES I US

II i W. Long say that Marion county will home boys are to be congratulated.That .

your cake, muffins, and tea biscuit j I have a magnificent exhibit. at thei not larger the score was due of the to the visitors pluckiestkind was I White House, Seal Brand, Java & Mocha Coffee in Cant

South Florida Fair and the chancesfor
home-made. of fighting in the face of overwhelming -
They will be fresher, I capturing first prize are largely odds. 9O- Day Seed Oats.

cleaner, more tasty and wholesome. ( in her favor. The Gainesville team was a strong I We Pay the Highest Market Prices for Chickens, ,

We attach hereto a list of the aggregation in physique and training, anJ All Kinds of
Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife II Eggs, Country
contributors to the Marion countyexhibit but although eager to run up a century -

I to produce at home, quickly and eco- fund, which have made it pos- score, played a game won er. B. L. HALL Prop.
fully free from fouls and unfair tac ,

nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised 'I: sible to have Marion county represented tics. They comported themselves in West Side Public Square. tko**. f" .'

at the fair. the most gentlemanly way before -'

I hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer- Wet>elie\"e the people of the county the game, during the play, and before 5.A STA-iDLET. 1.0 anti" .

4 cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and ,, should know the names of these its close, and the Seminary is to
I public spirited citizens and without t be congratulated on putting such a

muffins, with which the ready-made food their knowledge their names are 1 team in the field. I

: found at the bake-shop or grocery does I printed.In I The Ocala boys played great The Plarjccle of Kuson S\ML .

the name and on behalf of the ball individually. As a team they ,
't not compare. .. I people of the county we tip our hats ,I: were weak, but as individual players Hit b* fi It&4IiMII Y tMr .aaNy ."

i to them. It is handsome ; they were strong. With competent 5,
a list and is '
t- Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.ROYAL I 1 as follows: coaching and conscientious practic- .- \ kWM aM M_," .. ..., **fMM

_" they eaa ew t-e... Sst fe t* Ifc*
Palmetto Park Farm Ocala $50.00 ing they by the Thanksgivinggame

BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Herbert A. Ford '* 25.00 put out a formidable team. ?, ,Ir' allt r ti..... ... .,...u. .,,1 .

rerw+ --_ I Richard S. Hall '25.00T. Individual mention of the good "Nt Mee tit. 1L44 .. brat ...... 0
.. C. Hall 25.00 work of the players must include the Ne fup, 71ut, He >eoe .... iMt

I I Marion Farms, 25.00B. entire team. but some by reason of.. ...... a#Ip w o 01? ....

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. W. Blount ". 10.00 former experience and fine physical 1
I t ., west FtWlk... 144 .1 ..... -
Lewis Horn 10.00 condition especially covered themselves .
s, JNKt a..,... =
Louis E. Lang 10.00H. with glory. Whetmore at full

'. (4 Items of Interest to People of the City and Surroundings.We B. Masters *. 10.00 back played his position like veteran,

-- I K. Marion Hardware Co. 10.00 with one exception, nailed his man i Livery, Feed and Sale Stables* '

I Felder Lang 10.00 on every tackle. Jewett at end broke
are sorry to learn thatrS. H.I fiss Vary Anderson and Miss Sara .I ,-
through his will and -
I Geo. K. Robinson 10.00 opponent at
C Jene Is sick. ,
,I f ", quite Harris went down to Crystal River ::
1 ;' E. C. Smith 10.00 downed the runner a number of

t( Betel f.ake4ie! Weirsdale, opens Saturday afternoon spend a week. Carmichael Son Co. 20.00 times behind the line. Carlisle play-I I

i tfefe, awmber.illy. I II as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ocala House Wine Rooms 10.00E : ed a fine game at the other end of I It f PACKING! G COPY C
I Herreck. j t OC.[!l! 1 Di[( I IVe
,: W. M. Ross has returned home I )I. Howard 5.00T. the line, and on the single occasionof . ,.

f from a viait to relath.esat Starker Mr. Georcrs W. Hyde, the popular B. Sneider "\ 5.00 securing the ball on the kick off, '
I young bookkeeper for the Crystal '\ will b*} ready forCOLD
.... lite**. George R.MeKean ." 5.00 i i gained ground well. Tucker'played.
i River Lumber Company: spent Saturday I and Frank
at tackle
D. W. Davis 5.00 a strong game STORAGEabout

t Tfc* .fcgr fa paving Orange are., in Ocala on business for his Edwards Bros 5.00 did well at quarter.

ir Seth Tfehd street to- the, end I t company. I For the first ten minutes of Chad antes rittffr f %
r ,_, S. A. Standley & Co. 5.00 I II i, play I l November let w* ft t. ms

., t1.. .., Hails.Tfce I I WAITED i girt from the I| W. G. :Mathis :'. *. 5.00 I I the home team had a combination of :J patronage.
I t K ALA 1"I.t PACKtSO t'p
r to do general work. Fair I fright and back-ague, and the
teaay tri.d.-;; Mr. Ben E. entry .I; C. S. Sehfimcaer '_ ,100r stage
salary tc rijrbs party. / Mrs.C. Ocala Printing Co. ** 2.00 visitors scored at will. Eut duringthe _]7 ...,
; vapor will be; sorry to learn that he J. Pi llipc, 129 S fed St. Ocala .
oaeinaes ill. 1\. L. War ," 2.50 remainder of the game there was S.... BaH fad t4at..ileq
quite seriously
Fla. 1111 tf
. ,. _. .-- .- t A. E. Burnett ; .: 2.00OlMa ( i i a manifest stiffening of the line, and Ow few of ttw ;** vr it*.* ..... 4* .

l Mar Mule Colt, IS months old$73.I Mayor W. J. Edwards, of this city, Mordis 1.00 every dawn was sturdily: contested.The Zfl w.d a aU 111M. .'If t ;tseii A iM crouait
I Two seated surrey and .harness. A .
e6ilasier i t'r .
and his brother. Lon. K. Edwards of Oeala Seed Store i nexD;j game is with Tampa on a j.
tea, aln. Write or see John B.Floyd ", to bit ,.... ....,..;.. 'f' .-111 ,.....,. ii .
Irv Ffc. d2t w3t.. Irvine, returned onday from St. Anti-monopoly Drug Co.. 5.001 i, ,Thanksgiving day. If. between now .. ...., UII ,JW '."" "'f """ J

Louis, where they have been "doing"the H. H. Whitworta 5.00 j. and that date the team will get together r w. aa"vcr If) 1IQH iyt'fon aim .
Mr. Harry Lapham is enjoying a i I
big fair.Rev. S. W. Petteway Dunnellon SjOO I they will give a fine exhibition n1 that c @Alrr t w %.*t + sII# ; it,
visit from his fathsr, who is up from (
H. L. Hough 5.00 and will receive the hearty I I \ \ b_*1.... aaaesredth* :.
the Miami section.j 1 ..... II '..... ... ..
I ,- Shade W. Walker, presidentof C. A. Shaw } 1.00 'I support of the [public. l"ftI rl. hF. 1::" ,
Re track. x. arc It
Bullock and acting the-Florida Methodist Conferance The line up of the two teams yes-
I Judge W. S. C.E. Hollandsworth5.01 ii
i S II Oe&te ig Ma tor ifc+*3utei4n Jill
States Attorney, E. W. Davis went College, at Sutherland, was in Ocalaa C. W. Bosh arias t terday was: : U t) x:1 J.:! 1,t''s tu.fnd r.. I

< down to Brooksville Monday to hold few hours Monday on his way ,B.F.Lyons 5.00 OC.LA. G.DiESVILLE.
Finzel center Sparkman
home from Crystal River, where he :
rourt.3Ir S.V.Duke 5,00 end Cone
Jewett right Oeat fte.
two 'I
preached elegant sermons.
t' Frank A. Teague and children J. L. Leitner 1.00 Tucker right taclde Robles

Lake to : R. H. Sanders 2..00 Frank quarter back Zewadski __ -.--;;::;:: -c: -
went down to Lady Mrs. Sledd, wife of Prof. Andrew
: '* Carlisle left half back TaylorHewett'R.
spend a few days with Mr. Teague'sf Sledd, and only daughter of Bishop Kibler Bros. 5.00
left end Whitaker
C. G. Leitner ; 100
f parents.Chamberlain's. Candler has been added to the 'editorial Hewett B. full back Wilcox
[ stomach and liver staff of the Florida Christian A. M. Rizy :" 1.00 Simpson left tackle Jones -

favorite for W. D. Edwards 1.00 Parker right guard Wilson ; '" I !ljM
.' tablets are becoming a Advocate. She will have charge of
troubles and constipation. Gamble & North ** 2.50 Chalker left guard Ware I t "
stomach : -
the Home Mission department of that Whetmore right half back Bettice Cuisine First Class.Refunjlsljed 1 Itaw R csofcble.
For sale by all druggists. m W. E. Gamble LOO l
paper. If she inherited any of herfather's I .

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt gave her Sunday gifts; as'a writer,that department George Ohnmacht ," 5.00 A New EstJ lIsbme t. f
F. W. tit "* 1.00 Neal has cabinetmaking Throuqljout Special Rates by Myth.
Sunday class a candy pulling will have readers.WeslyanChristian McCredie Mr. J. opened a I ) j

J. S. Irvine 1.50 establishment on Fort King .
Friday night. The young folks spenta Advocate.
I.Barksdale 1.00J. t avenue just west of the Tea Pot Grocery -
most merry evening.
Mr. A; J. Leavengood, proprietorof L. Trotter 1.00S. and is already busy keeping up

)Ir. Raleigh Priest, who lives near the Ocala Marble Works,left Mon- Feinberg "t.iSO with the work in his line. He is a I I MRS-THOS. J. BAUNES.FURNITURE. PUtp"I'

Grahamville was the first man to day for Tampa with a splendid collection G. W. Neville 1.00 contractor and builder and does genera --r -- I 1

pay his property tax after the books of his handiwork, which he Hires & Hogan 1.00 repair work. f -_ r ---

opened Saturday. will exhibit at the great fair which H.G. Keen ," 1.00 He is at present engaged in making I'R I TALK

Mrs. W.-II.-Chaille--;of Miami- is in started Monday. He will remain Boswell Bro t", 2.00 a novel set of circular shelves to I

Ocala visititing friends and gives the there until the close of the fair, after F. W. Ehiston 1.00 be used by The Fair store for displaying -i; I 4\ We are ree.iYt eery Any tit r ..tit "

accounts possible of which he will go Manatee countyto Charles Haber 2.50 canned goods. The addition !j ; v Furniture and an ktei of H.... Pu It"1 fr..$

most glowing I superintend the shipping of his James G. Baskin 5.00 to Mr. B. W. Blount's residence on I I Ii i and a* fait a* it eaa to a&H.k.i ft fe *.... ,.$ ,.
the MMigic City's" prosperity. (/ n4 w tUI
___ __ I orange crop. Dan A. Clark if artel 25.00G. Fort King avenue is also being .pat I, display. nuli& oc p'lilt"
Quite a number of the young society I Holiday Tnd. aad fit if a.i_hiH t AM* ..* pft't'
A. 5.00 Mr. Seal.
enjoyed a cane grinding last Mr. J. J. Hazard representing the Pettewy up by I I 1 tie t line we have er,c eanli4, __ ta.iisI '
people John Martin Ocklawaha 10.00 f I i': d about for a lam aad ssefri+ >f4.l u-i a6iII
chaperoned by Mrs. Tampa Tribune was in Ocala Monday FROM
night. They Sam M. Davis Juliette 10.00J. let cs!..v feu oar etoek.I .
Arthur Clark and Mrs. J. B. Cutler. explaining the nerits of his pa- '5.00 I
;; S.Tillerlont30J11e
to our business men. The Tribune : Maw Way of Using Chamberlain'sCough PITTMAN SON.
per I J. A.
and of
To the enterprise industry I
T. Allen,
E. ;
The next : t
is now entitled to be called a .
the eye and ear specialist will be the commissioner and his excellent :I Arthur Chapman writing from I i Tie """ lieei.PHONE
in all the term It
.Thursday: Dec. 1, at-the Montezuma newspaper implies. assistant the people of the county are I Durban, Fatal, South Africa says I i _____ ..
has recently become a member of I,
fitted % I
Hotel. Glasses correctly also indebted. They have worked "As a proof that Chamberlain's ,r
the associated press and gi'its
Mr. J. Sylvester will be locatedat readers the benefit of that. splendid assiduously and- have succeeded in cough remedy is a cure suitable for l 34. WATCR fOR THE EWE WAG3M. PHONE 3we .

the Ocala Sews Company's store getting up collection that places old and young, I pen you the following -
service and is the first paper to reach .
December 1, where he will be Marion county in the front rank and : A neighbor of mine had a child I
after f
t. I
Ocala containing it. Its editorials arr preire
his friends when they areIi one that would be a credit to any just over two months old. It had avery l ebh
to see
are bright and sparkling and the pa- I OCALA
county in the United States. bad cough and the parents did
in search of holiday gifts. per is thoroughly metropolitan in its not know what to give it. I suggested +! ICE ,
Go down and see just how splendidly ICE & !
who holds the make-up. When it is rememberedthat that if they would get a bottle oChamberlain's IOE
Bargainier. ,
Mr. J. E. Marion county is going to be rep PltIIIO
Cough Remedy a n I hACKING
the Editor Stovall his
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position resented.That the dummy teat the l
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mines near town, was severely hurt paper career in our city and ever baby was sucking it would no doubt I COMP tNY, On s1ort antler<< at .SJ CO PANT.
words since has had a weening love for cold wave, failed to materialize. point city Of late
) last Wednesday. He had some : cure the child. This they did and i

J of the negro employees, Oeala, so when our citizens are reach- The weater bureau man thought brought about a quick relief and '
who attacked him with a hatchet. ,: ing for the news the Tribune should the election freeze-out was enough I I cured the baby." This remedy is PHONEeM WATCI' fOG THE IlUE WIGOI. PijOHE; 14.
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S THE IFLES MINSTRELS At the Christian .Church. j!i STILL SEEING THE BIG FAIR. A Parting Scene
cot 1I In his morning sermon on "Chris: ; There was some''hing of a scene in

.Play to a Crowded House and Prove I tian Character Building," Sunday: Miss Owens is Entranced Over Its the Baptist church Sunday morning. ("BARGAINS BAR A1
CelumbM i
'i> CxcelUnt Success. Mr. W. R. Rowland laid the foundation Beauties and its Splendors-Nothing Dr. Acree, after closing the Sunday
Colum From Saturday Dally.I II of all Christian character and !
j Like it In the World'sAnRlls
=t '1 1I I school exercises with a short ad-
Colamb The annual minstrel show given by I I living. The foundation upon which I t BARGAA
eon Of t! dress, took occasion to announce that
: the Ocala Rifles took!place at the I It. I be build-
beautiful structure must
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: court to] i{ ST. Louis, Mo., Nov. 9, 1901.I
l tkm $3 t.;opera house last night and was by I I I ed is founded upon farith, repentance I To the Editor of the Qcala Banner. Clarence J. Smith and family would r mas. 'r '" ** '"""""' '
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F TTorkiCCO. [ far the best show they have ever and baptism. The reason i iChrisian I I I Would that every reader of the leave this week for Lake Weir, their Oar store b too erund

;, presented. lives never grow is because i I II 1 I i Ocala Banner. could enjoy the bril- Florida home. He remarked that bargains in

la Honda Cbuj |, Mr. George R. VcKean, Ocala's I j 1 1t. I I i they stay too close around the founda- 'I Ii :!I: limt sight in view as we sit on thei the good things he had to say abouta ::1"'n-bing' Shoas Hats :

bearingJudge. ] [t. favorite interlocutor: againjacted in tion and never make any progress. I i;i i I upper veranda of our hotel and look brother he wanted to say now and Dry Goods, ,

f thU capacity last night. The end Two powerful columns reach from i i 1: out each night over the fair grounds. not wait until he was dead; observing

lambuiboWtr men, cwrs. Edwin Pittman, Pratt earth to the very throne of God, and :'I The weather so far has been very that he had never had a family to S and Gents Furnishing Goods.

as eff0 (.Morrii, Charles Taylor, Anthony human beings never reach the high I.''pleasant, indeed, we have not worn leave his church that he regretted so

bntldloThe | Finzel, Forney Lancaster and Reginald plane of life and living which is possible -j our cloaks or wraps. The electric much to part with. Mr.JSmith had and'hey must be old. tiou !+ the time''to tarn N'M' w'.

l jf Futch, were up to the mark and I for all Christian to reach. display is wonderful. Thinking over been'! one of the most faithful and into winter supplies. Come .tietheSlaaA Ther

Iff eo were as good as any professionals. j I To this foundation must be added I II I childhoods stories,of wonderlandncne efficient members he ever had, alwaysin The prices will move them.KRSNO1F.

indUef.. tb bui ? Their jokes, local hits, etc., were i I I all the Christian virtues enumeratedby can compare with this realistic scene. his place in church services, prayer }

mendcomps I, original and well received. ,the apostle. So faith must be added The wireless telegraphy is o.of the meetings, Sunday school and young ROSIN

IAfter the grand opening chorus to courage, knowledge and self. tallest structures:! ; it; Isf limited men's meetings, -galeading partI ,

could t and Introduction of the: "merry reliance. In his sermon _of next I', by a circle of blue &:.. :and: the I in all, being' ever ready, prompt and Hn ai
water S Oi-ula.
ure. I makers," a number of beautiful solos Sunday morning, Mr. Rowland willfurnish I entire thing is ouLisl/: : : electric faithful in the discharge of any church Next tu HMveril-Markiijr. .

Attoi] |r' were rendered. this building of Christian char- lights; in fact, every building is ornamented duty he was called upon to perform, > .

etptedjommet I f Messrs. Victor Martinet, Forney ter, to which all the other Christian in a like manner. There are I and his place would be hard -to fill. I !\
f Lancaster, Arthur Masters, Anthony graces must be added. The evening stars, crosses, full mooas, crowns, I Also his wife and children were

t except tngs, t F r, Finzel, Fletcher Barnes, Pratt; Morn sermon was one of the most powerfully crescents, domes, circles, arches, ete: I, equall prompt and faithful. Many

sugi< -ria, Reginald Futch, Charles Taylor convincing ever deliveredin A waterfall is splashing, also a foun- other pleasing things were said by

UtoU \ and Edwin Pittman all delightedjthe Ocala and Mr. Rowland's sub- tain's spray is: illuminated and beauti- the preacher in eulogy of the man.

car -,_ audience with their songs, while ject was, "Sot One, but Altogether, fies the scene. We are certainly having He requested the family to come to \

C t i Usher Norwood, one of the youngest Necessary to Salvation." This ser- a glorious time. The fair is mag- the front that all members of the Constipation

Afaba | minstrel performers on the stager mon was the first of a series of ser- nificent; no pen can do it justice. We scooll might pass aroUnd and give I MAKES \

tang in hi Inimitbale way"Xavaho," I mons which Mr. Rowland will preach arrived here Saturday, rode over the them the forewell hand shaking. i .iocsness. \f

Mor r and was heartily encored. Sunday evening," by request, setting city Sunday .in street cars (by the I The famLy was greatly affected by i ii ii I 1 V

raettlicottoi infect] I The work of the quartette, composed forth "what the Christian church I way, there ire few horses jised here) the unexpected demonstration, givi :"Af y5! *$.". fti4"ll

f'f of Messrs. Masters' Gaskill.jMarti- teaches. insteyd, fine, large street cars; the I i ing vent to their feelings:: in tears, as j jj I z'e I, )t4 bsr ty acu V1UrJ'S :\

folio* t 9 not and Barnes was excellent. In his sermon of Sunday eveningMr. cutest mi natore street cars carrying j I did every one present. If Brother !,! v\\
Rails &I Messrs. Pittman and Lancaster appeared Rowland proved from a bible about thirty and four seated automobiles .j Smith had kown he was half so well j '((i( ?

petit [ in vaudeville and Mr. Finzel stand-point that one personality nor {, thought of here he would never have 1 MmTOHICPELLETS '
carrying eighteen grown persons '
Dear \ as an English dude brought down the I one instrumentality can save. God, I II I I and all in constant use. Our I broken up to return to the Land off f!' and good blood Fed digeuoiand pwd Mum wiu day'''

0.way.. ; house. I Jesus Christ, the Holy Gost, the | hotel is only a square from the fair Flowers, but now, after this gracious i the roses in your cheek*. Rimon't U>er PUU !

: Mr. Forney Lancaster's impersonation preacher and even the sinner has his grounds. We are very;much pleased. I! send-off, he can't help himself-just 1 Tonic Pclku gently awut future. FrM tixclc and
bcckln at dealers, Ct rt3! C7
!d. of colored belle w.s stupendous I to Dr. Acree then preached !
a work to do in salvation. comfortable. 'Tis said: "fools and 1 obliged go.

rotalade W f'': and Mr. Pittmanjn his song entitled, He named eight instrumentalities l.. their money soon part." It certainlygoes .i his great sermon entitled the ; BROWN MFO. CO.
New York X10
jf "Teasing," is entitled to special necessary to salvation all of which here, but just considar there I "Gymnasuium,"the command of Paul j jj i U.teeerWe.Tess ,

f tarn I mention. form plan of salvation through I j to exercise yourselves unto Godliness .
never has been, nor ever will b
lade M I Mr. Pratt Morris, as a colored poll- which any one can be saved as 'no |I affair like it during this generation.In I which greatly aroused and stirred the''

rate \ tidan, was richly amusing",andthe or\e thing or person can save alone. three days we visited the Agricultural -+I I church.-Clarksville ( Tenn. ) Leaf- i j'

o! | I whole performancfl: creditable. All form a grand chain or plan of and Horticultural buildings.The '' Courier. Ii I

aincbe A large[audience wasjin attendanceand salvation. I I i i! > I
1 former would astonish our farmer : Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse
t was tickled to* death with the. At both services there were large i ? and the latter would- amaze our ::: I II
ees.loJ. i I I Perhaps you have never thought of'f For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.
performance. Even strangers to the and audiences. L.
T appreciative fruit growers. Times-Union deserves ,:: it but the fact must be apparent to {j

ti performers got their money's worth. praise and subscribers for its good j every one that constipation is caused i -
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"Do It To Day, --
file NOTES. work. Three cheers for one Florida j by a lack of water in the symstem .: : =.: .-_ -_. .
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I I The time-worn injunction, "Never ii I and the use of drastic cathartics like : : J ::m '# rot. or- "'" :'!It: ,;,,
The buck and \\ dancing: byReg-I| put oL 'til to-morrow what you can do paper. We sate its display in the lat- |. the old fashoned pills only makes a j
I i
inald Futch was as good as that of any: ::: I ter building. Then we went to !]I bad matter worse. Chamberlain's IIII
i :, to-day, is now generally presented ,
''s Go< the He i i Jaoaii, Canada and into the Transportation i j: Stomach and Diver tablets are much
professional on stag r- !: in this form"Do it to-day!" That is I j I i 1
ceiveu and I building and looked at the more mild and gentle in their effect, Tb P
most hearty ;:
i I!! the terse advice we want to give you e 1 '
applause. ; airships. One goes up then comes and when the proper dose is t .ken. e F III o ii '
tar i j; about that hacking cough or demor- their action is so natural that one ;
I I .
: the
b The music for the entire performance <' alizingcold with which you have been I[ down, the other goes through !, can hardly realize it is the effect of j
Lb F was furnished-by Mr. Leon air like a large bird, anywhere and \
t struggling for several days, perhaps f j jweeks. a medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle of
art Is Fi&hel and Miss Lelia Barnes and Take some relibale remedyjfor j jI everywhere. We next went to the them. For sale ball druggists. m

tb< added to the show. it to-day and let that remedy be Dr. j jBoschee's of then to Siam | ... .
greatly I I Republic Nicaragua, 11 _
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r The specialties were all clean, high German Syrup, which has j jI France, Mexico, East India, took a I I:
l !I been in use fo;over thirty years. A I In an advertisment in the weekly
m \ claw and clever. j trip thrcngh the Forestry (fish and |
few doses of it will undoubtedl y relei"e j edition of the Ocala Banner the
eaf '- The patch work dress suit of Anthony game) building. Then to Brazil, I I ,
your cough or cold, and its con- i: : OF YOUR
i. Florida Packing and Ice Co,, informs: j jI STOMACHIF
l Finzel was great. It was a most I I tinued use for a few days will cure I Belgium, Cuba, Italy, Sweden, China, j{ I
: the of Marion that 1; '
lartl tlQ piece of work.Chtbtrliin's I 1 you completely. No matter how t Holland, Austria, saw Queen Vic- !!I farmers county ,

r r, .|!I deep-seated your cough,even if dreadconsumption I toria's presents, tha were too tine i iI this establishment is now ready to receive i I YOU USE STIMULANT*
Cough Remedy is Pleas- I 1
i has attaked your lungs, meats for cold storage. The .
fe" ant to Take. I 'I for _use. Went through Robert j{
'German Syrup willl surely effect a i
1 members of this firm have given very i ij
\ The finest quality of sranulatedloaf i; cure as it has done before in thou- !j Burn's thatched cottage, and ended j I
I I diligent study to this impotant matter ,:!
ID used in the manufacture of j;
; sugar sands of the Pike to Bale'sNew
i apparently hopeless case of j by going on see
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and i and feel that they are iu a position I Demands
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trouble. New trial
lung bottles, 25c; j York fire fighter, which was I a high
; the roots used in its preparation give regular size, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly to treat successfully the meats turned : standard
We the
It a flavor similar to maple syrup, Drug Store. m splendid. went through i I over to them. They are the pioneers
making it quite pleasant to take. Manufacturer's building; visited the j. :' E of
i in this important industry and have Whisky. 2C 2C
Mr. W, L. Roperick, of PoolesvillMil. .,.I t Off For Tampa. Tyrolean Alps, then went to see the '
I ., in speaking of this remedy, demonstrated beyond all question !;
battle of New Orleans of 1812-14. B
i The Elks are going to have a big .
; says: "1 have used Chamberlain's j: that the curing of meats by cold :, The Strauss
Battle of Mexican War, Feb. 22nd, .
; convention Tampa, all the lodges brands of
[ Cough Remedy with my children for i storage have been of inestimable \ .
't several years and can truthfully say of the state will be represented.The 1847. Battle of Santiago, which was
benefit to our farmers and it will be j jI
\L' it Is the best preparation of the kind I following named members fine and true to life. Ended .with a j Whiskies

>. I know of. The children like to take I have been selected as delegates from I ride on the scenic railway-it was I. to their interests to hold up the hands I will help you

'i I(* and it has no injurious after effect. of the members of this firm in their '
the Ocala lodge, viz simply terrific, nearly frightens the
For tale by all druggist. m t i efforts to make=! the business a profitable -! to do it
Rev. Henry W. Little, Edw. Hiller, wits out of a person. If the Banner and save
% Ail Approaching Wedding of Much In. and permanent one. j you
t Edw. Holder, Get K. Robinson, R. had space, and the writer time, a
:: terest. f Read their advertisment in the
1 L. Anderson, George II. Ford, D. S.. description could be given ,of the I
;r The announcement ,that Mr. John i I Weekly Banner. money None bette"
i i Williams, D. S. Woodrow, Richard handsomest articles of machinery, _____ i
; II. Mathews of this city is soon to
I!S. Hall, Maj. T. C. Hall. products, etc. Enough is enough.J. The Best Liniment.
'l. be married will come as a pleasant I

f mrprise to his host of frienis here. i I i These gentlemen have chartered a A. OWENS.Not "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is con- "NEVER
sidered the best liniment on the POUR
special train and will go down this I
| )Mathews and Miss Annie. DeL a Sick Day Since. market," write Post & Bliss of BUT
afternoon the Seaboard.It THEY
3i Long, of Candler, will be married on on i "Iwas taken severely sick with Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will I EIGN. '

|, the evening of November the thirtieth goes for the saying that they | kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of heal a cut or bruise so promptly.
will have time.Disastrous No. other affords such
; at nine o'clock at the home of a good i medicines, none of which relievedme. quick relief

Holtzclaw at Candler. One day I saw an ad. of your from rheumatic pains. So other is Strauss' 76
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Wrecks. Electric 'Bitters and determined to so valuable for deep seated pains Hill Rye Strauss
Mr. Mathews is one of the most universally Royal Re-sene
like lame back
I andjpainsin: the chest
Carlessness; is responsible for manya try that. After taking a few doses I ,
i popular young men in Ocala railway wreck and the same causes II i I felt relieved, and soon thereafterwas Give this liniment a trial and you

and he Is being overwhelmned with are making human wrecks of sujjer- entirely cured, and have not seen will never wish to be without it. Cedar

congratulations and best wishes from ers from throat and lung troubles. I i| a sick day since. Neighbors of mine Sold by all druggists. m I Brook, W. H. McBrayer

But since the advent of Dr. King's have been cured of rheumatism, ,
I his friends here and elsewhere. :Miss Messrs. J. H. and Hugh
New Discovery for Consumption, neuralgia, liver and kidney troubles I Leaven-I
|r' De Lon;; is well known in Ocala, hay- coughs and colds, even_ the worst and general debility." This is whatB. good and Clarence Parkhill, Strauss' I X L Baltimore

1 I* lug been a frequent visitor here for cases can be cured, and hopeless resignation F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes. been here for a week on a visit, left Rye. Queen An ; Scotch

K acme years. She is a very charming is no longer necessary. Mrs. Only 50c, at Tydings & Co., druggist Monday\ for South Florida. They ,

Lois Craig, of Dorchester, Mass., is .
accomplished and
r and young woman m
will take in the big fair at Tampa
one of many whose life was saved by Pilgrimage Sour Mash
f number her friends by the score. i Planter
Messrs. Howard and Walters
s! Dr. King's New Discovery. This Harry after which they will visit friends at Rye
I' .
r, We Join the many friends of this great remedy is guaranteed for' all of the Anti-Monopoly Drug Storehave Palm View for a while. They expectto v

j." popular young couple in extending to I throat and lung diseases by druggists. rented the Massey house on the cor- go to Cuba about January 1 on a Maryland Rye ,

| them our.heartiest best wishes. I Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free ner of South Third and Wautula prospecting tour and if things "look Snap}, Old Hamt Corn
-- At Tydings & Co's. m
streets recently occupied by Mr. M. good" there will embark \
The estate of N. C. Berry, con- they in the

r aUting of the Berry Pharmacy and a f Vension, quail, backbone, sparerib, [ E. Robinson and family. These growing of tobacco.Mr. ]

horse and buggy, was disposed of at hogshead cheese, fish, _fish roe, tur- young gentlemen will be joined by D. Ottensosser, who was in I 1_ II

public sale last Monday, Mr. Barks- key cranberry sauce, plum puddingand their parents and two sisters, who business in Ocala about ten years I II -STRAUSS

dale acting as auctioneer. The high- fruit cake will taste just as good now reside in Albany, Ga., the first ago and conducted the Model Cloth- I & CO.
of January and will make this
est bid was made by :Mr. J, B, Cutler under Roosevelt as under Parker, and they ing Company, arrived Saturday andis

and the knocked down the moonlight nights will be just city their permanent home. I WHOLESAlE
[ property was as visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. & RETAil LIQUOR

';; to him for H.632.: -Dunnellon Advocate bright. Look pleasant, be happy and fOi..i 11 MiOlffiY ANDTARctoftb"c Charley Peyser He may remain in # OCALA DEALERS.
better luck next time. '>>..thand beat-Iun". Ocala all winter. 15 .' rL0R10A

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.... .... CITY FINANCES. I A BENEFACTOR. The Tyrolien Queen. ... -.,' ', --. --

ar' .. .. / ., The first stage rehearsal of the

... Extract from the report of thej; The people of Ocala,who pay taxes Tyrolien Queen will be held this .

... i chairman of the finance committee to and are interested in the city's fiscal morning at the opera house. From

.1 I city council Nov. 15,1904.RECEIPTS I affairs, owe a debt of gratitude to this date to the time of preparationdaily y

Mr.Herbert A. Ford. rehearsals will be held at the
Look Out I
Electric light plant.... .....* 4,650 02 I As chairman of the finance com- opera house in additition to the separate -

Advalorem tax... -...... .... 17,292 46 rehearsals of the fairies, gypsies
mittee of'the city council, he has ,
I' Licenses.. .-.... ... ...... 88% 70 and tyroleans. For weeks the '
For Our Ad. Next \\ eek.' Mayor's court and pound.... 1,102 30 laboriously plodded through books 1 musical talent of Ocala has been en- The Jeweler -

I Market rents.. ...... ...... 574 70 and papers of years' standing and

-.' .-"-'7S Streets.. ... ... ... ....... 439 95 I has succeeded in thoroughly untangling gaged in preparing for a truly great

Cemetery... ... ... ........ 97 30 its financial condition and presentation Thaksgh ing night, and '
Here's a Nice List From Which
Tax certificates... ... ...... 850 74 lovers of bright music and brilliant
the same can now be easily under- to Select a Suitable Present
i Sundries... oo. .oo ..... ... 61 40 scenic effects are promised a treat on For a Friend or Relative:
stood by any one who has a iow-

POSTOFFICE( DRUG STORL $25,951 57 ledge of figures. that s occasion. SOLID GOLD WATCHES

EXPENDITURES Such a thing has never before been No. 6825. SOLID GOLD RINGS

Salaries..s 1,244 88 I undertaken and the labor it entailedis CUT GLASS WAREJAPANESEWARE

e Street Dept... ... ... ... ? 2,278 10 Report of the Condition of '
known only to Mr. Ford's fellow-
.. Police Dept...' ... ... ...... 1,532 39 THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK .
members of the committee.The .
Clerk and collector's office.. 151 78 INDIAN BCCKsra NOVELTIES "
... Of
: :Fire Dept... ... ... .... .... 5,443 91 receipts of the city from all OcalaAt
Sanitary and cemetery...... 686 63 sources under different headings have Ocala, Florida, at the close of business -

*! Sisi ..., .S.SI Market... ... ... ... ...... $53 05 been carefully collected and collaborated Nov. 10,1904.RESOURCES. STERLING SILVER GOODS

Electric light plant.-. ...... 6,672 70
and the expenditures under all The Prices, You Will Find Are
15 00
. 4 LoCAl Wn The Wilson and Toomer Co. : As Low As Good QualitiesWill
JUl niZiSITH HAMS. and discounts ....
Judiciary ... ..... ... ..... 291 63 i heads were,treated in a similiar man Loans Overdrafts secured and unsecured ... 3t2.52 Admit. Call and See

I It is with pleasure we call the at- Insurance.. ..... ... ... 43 75 ner, and the exact status of the city's U.S.bonds to secure circulation..... t2.500.00
Premiums U. S. bonds............. 6t.a8 II.- Ipt
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. tention of our readers to the new advertisement Building and sundries...... 55 47 affairs is established, and those connected Bonds,securities, etc., ....,............ 3a 6729 .
: Furniture and fixtures ...... ....
of the Wilson & Toomer Interest judgment... ... ... 240 00 from national banks [not reserve? 5544.20Due I
with its affairs can now go to ...... ... .. .. .........
Interest scrip. ........ ..... 1.262 18 agents] 13,215.87
Marion county making a big Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville.This in Due from state banks and banters... 2,375 13
in 'an
Interest bond... ... ... ... 706 75 work enlightened manner I Dole from approved reserve agents 2n,4r35s.;!
show at the Tampa fair. company is of the highest reliability Checks and other cash items.......... 46
Bonds retired... ... ....... 1.150 00 fixing its annual budget. In the Notes of other national banks ......... 1500.00Fractional
and have not'only largely of the Alabama statesmanthe paper currency nickels .r. 4
Mr. C. Carroll has returned from a and cents .. ... ... ........... 7 .17 ,
increased its business in this immediate $..,9-.3"8 %: "city fathers" know exactly Lawful money reserve in .pll tg
business trip to Duriellon.Mr.
section,but throughout the entire : "where they arejat." .8,942.00400

Lou Haley is back from.a tripto state. Illustrative of this growth it Movement of Scrip During Nine Months work Mr.
We know
of ....__.
[5 per ] 62S.ooTotal
be noted that in Ending September 30, 1904
Dallas may commencing
... Ford has expended in his researchesand ...................-.............4154431.94LIABILITIES. I
1895 in store shed with cancelled 9 end- i
a room or only Scrip mos. he has
for the good work accom .
Mr \V. J. LohriR yesterday 30... ...........$23,040 74
1350 square feet of floor space they Ing Sept. ...... ...... '
friends.Mr. i, plished, and on behalf of the tax pay- Capital stock paid in on. SOcXJo.oot'ndivided
Tampa on a short visit to Scrip issued 9 mos.. ending profits, less expensss and
enlarged in 1900 to two story building ........ .. ..
Sept. 30... ... ... ... .... 18,706 29 ers and the city's good wishes. return bank id notes outstanding ... M7t.3tNational 00 i
and Mw. Edward Holder stopped with 26000 available square feet and him a vote of thanks.An Due to State Banks and Bankers..... u.,500 4906.60 L' IBEI .
Individual deposits subject to check... .. I
5 54.03
over In Ocala yesterday en route now have 100,000 feet. Reduction of outst'ding scrip. 4,33t15 Demand certificates ot deposit..._... :zoo oo I U !! 1

from a visit to Tampa. They are also now at work on their Scrip outst'ding Jan. 1. 1904.$21.64820 Ocala Boy's Promotion. Total.... .... .. ..........-5154.53194

r magnificent new plant, the first mod- Scrip issued 9 mos., ending The friends of W. Albert Redding! State of Florida. (.....

Capt. Jno. L. Inglis, of Port Inglis, 30...... ......... .. 18,706 29 County of Marion.)-
ern plant of its size and capacity Sept. in Ocala will be pleased to hear of I,F. L. Watson,cashier of the above named KOVGII and I
U Qcala'a prominent arrivals. bank solemnly swear that the above statement
among erected in this section of the state. his election to and acceptance of the is true to the best of my knowledge and DU&4itSEUDry
Total...... ... ..... ..$40,354 49 belief. F. L. WATSON, Cashier.
j ){t. J. J. Williams, the fish and There will be only one or two larger Scrip cancelled 9 mos.. end- office of cashier of the new Florida Correct-Attest: Siding, Flooring and Ceiling.
1I oyster man of Homoaassa, is in tEe plants in the South. ing Sept. 30... ........... 23.040 74 Bank and Trust Company recently EDWARD KILLER Directors
I GEO. MACKAY, 1 B. H. Seymour
city today. lie reports the fish catch Their growth and development hast organized in Jacksonville with, a Subscribed and sworn to this xjth day of November .. ,

good. I' been in thorough accord with that of Scrip outst'ding Oct. 1. 1904.$17,313 75 capital of one million of dollars ,1904. w. w. Notary CITATT.Public. 1 Ocala Ha.t .

Florida and have making it the largest financial insti- ''Ie
they fully kept up --'--' ,.
Mr. W. IL Peterson, a big lumberman Balance Sheet for Nine Months Ending "

in Ocala yester- to all the agricultural and horticultural 30 1904 tution in the state. 'I ...........s ..N........e '
I of Trilby was September a
., needs of the state. The other officers are Mr. W. F.
day. Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1904..$ 1.574 82 :
The Wilson &Toomer Company are Sept Coachman, president and GovernorW. THEIRS TO COMAND .
9 ending
Col. II. B. Masters, owner of the Receipts mos. r
f independent of any trusts or in any 30, 904... ..... ........ 25,951 57 S. Jennings and Mr. A. F. Perry -aWe
II. B. Masters department store is .
manner controlled by them. vicepresidents.The

here looking after his entensive interest \ Every .reader of the Banner who $%1.56 39 new institution has absorbedthe solicit the business of responsible con- -

*. I 1 Expenditures, 9 mos., ending Mercantile: Exchange Bank and
uses or expects to use fertilizer should
I Sept. 30, 1904.. .........J22.223 23 concerns and individuals, assuring them a
a )fr. Lewis Gate has returned from note their advertisement and send Reduction of outst'ding scrip. 4.334 45 will open for business about January1st. that. reasonable accommodation is

I Uma Ohio, where he has be visitinghis for these books, which are free for Cash on hand Oct. 1. 190-1.... 963 72 every

grand parents for the past nine the asking. :Mr. Redding began his career with theirs to command.

$27,526 39 the old Bank of Ocala twenty years
; urnths.Managtr. Come in and talk it over with us.
I I Favored by Both Parties. The expenditure on the electric ago and when this bank was merged ,

he will put a Republicans and democrats alike in of the Merchants' National remained '
Frank says light plant is $20'22.68 excess into the COMMERCIAL) BANK
praise Foley's Honey and Tar for ,
# strong team on the field Thanksgiving receipts from the same source. The in various capacities finally
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
own with Tampa. compare with it. It is safe and sure. during this year the balance due on and the failure of this bank Mr. I S H. BUTCH, MANAGER. A. H. MARSH, AssT. IA.UGEJL .. : J 1

F. T. Slater, merchant, 171 Main of the boilers, have removed to Jacksonvilleand d
the,purchase Redding ..... ......:. -.......4. 4. -
: The 0. K. Grocery yesterday received street, Glouchester, Mass., writes: nearly completed the expensive job of at once entered the se vices of 1 1 --J

a pretty line of Seaman Bros., "Foley's Honey and Tar cured me installing them and have purchasedand the National Bank of Jackson Ille I

tine canned good They are for put the up of three a very months bad though cough which other I remedies had for erected a very large number of gradually working his way up to Exquisite! Charming!! Stunning!!! .

in fancy packages especially failed to benefit me. I can highly new poles. highest position next to the elective

1 holiday trade. recommend it for coughs and colds." offices-that of manager of the collections These are some of the expression

Sold oy Po tofBce Drug Store" m The Central National Bank of OCI.I.I which position he -
I department to be heard when the ladies look at
and Judge
Judge Alton B. Parker Those who read the quarterly: state- December 15 to enter

D Cady Hemck; have both gone to i Singer Sewing Machines and Supplies. ment of the Central National Bank ;: f resigns on of his new duties. t aggregation: of up-to-now HATS, xa
That I Since the removal of Mr. Lipscombto upon the discharge
New York to practice law. Ocala printed in these columns yesterday National TRIMMINGS new
Gainesville, Singer sewing machines He has now been in] the RIBBONS AND
s* ms to be the mecca for defeated doubt ,-atified with
city were no ;
and supplies can be obtained Bank of Jacksonville seven years and being shown here. The prism of

candidates. from L. W. Jackson, salesman and I the conation it revealed. is the fifth cashier elected from that I

collector, No. 284 Oeklawaha avenue, i This statement showed the condi- to become 'cashiers of 'm; Fashion has scattered rays of utletlef

ti )1,.. E. I;. Mote, of Jacksonville, Ocala. 11.111m tion of the bank at the ending of the institution banks. inspiration Into every nook and er*
Mrs. William
U here vUtting her sister, the dullest of the I
1 months,
summer with Mr.
Hocker. Mrs Mote is a very !lot-I His Ocala friends rejoice ner of thia estabbhment. Word to
1 bank not only kept
and yet the deserved
for year Reding in his good and well
eomplUhed woman and Is its own but steadily made progress. completely describe Borne of the**

i prominent pals In the Tyrolien The winter will see it forge ahead. fortune. pretty hats have not yet been coed,

Queen Its officials are pleasant and obliging Tyrolean Queu.t '
m THE .t I so drop in and SEE them. Your satisfaction
Mr. Ed. Bennett, formerly superintendent and the customers receive very The cantata, "Tyrolean Queen, I

of the Ocala electric lights NEXT handsome.treatment.A will be presented at the Opera House U 1 a f Is my pleasure.

plant, li here on a visit from Eilstol.T Runaway IlcJcll.I Thanksgiving evening. The best Yours for Millinery,

nn. Ills wife, who Is a daughterof TIMEYou with ugly cut on the talent of Ocala will be seen in the
Terminated an
W. II. Clark preceded and the soloists will be BOSTICKWE
)Jr. andMw. presentation MRS. MINNIE
Franklin Grove,
come to Ocala we want leg by J. B. Orner
They I chorous of forty
Bennett tome days ago. supported by a
1 Mr. you to visit our store. HI. It developed a stubborn ulcer

6i, will remain until after Thanksgiving. and remedies voices. ,
} unyielding to doctors ::
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and Mw. J. M. Martin who We Don't Claimto : for fours years. Then Bucklen'i .
Pen- Arnica Salve cured. It's just as good HAVE RECEIVED A NICE LINE OF
married at Creatview,
were returned for burns, scalds skin eruptions and .,.
Mcoia last Sunday have sell goods CHEAPER than

home, Mr. Martin U the young anybody else, but we "BRAG"on piles. 25c, at Tydings & Co's. drug

depot, Atlantic our stock. It is one of the store. .
cashier at the freight .
k this city and hU bride cleanest and most up-to-date in The Tyroliee Quail. 1
Coast Line, Ocala. We will appreciate a
1 rlc
is a
of Queen
woman The Tyrolien ;
r U a very charming young visit.
to with a most idyllic and interesting
at home drama -
y Cwtrfew. They are
and music that is ROOKWOOD.i
Ocala plot
their friends In Ocala. The O. K. GROCERYClark .
congratulations beautiful and cnaracteristic throughout -
Banner extend Ita .
and Mrs. of the people represented, Tyro-
to Mr,
and belt wthe> Bros. lienese shepherdesses gypsies and

h Mart1 Next to Benus. faries. Much careful work and ,
Velvet Bas.W .
study has been given the production
wW to buy a field under good
with- and it promises a thoroughly enjoyable INVITED.
sad with water privilege, :' YOUR INSPECTION CORDIALLY
wee 1M of fV 1a. entertainment. Tickets on sale OCALA MUSIC CO.
.. ter
Z. C CHIV1tnM & Co. i iU.I. Pu at Post Office Drug Store.
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"" coulM FaIk was a man who.darea. w 1 Ha. J?... If .lsht

THE OCMA BANNER I REASON. i SERMON. ."i The result shows that the people'eleetionshould To the iMitoT of the Owl .......

C.- His
of a man. bceti'rt.htt.
that kind I have fifty pore
in the counts
---- ]
M< = Every newspaper -
And he them into the hand of the example and an inspiration week dd
flAILS Eiltor.y gave be an about three ; a fiery
t HISS pigs,
and many of the correspondents are and various tIle heathen; and they that hated them ruled over .
i Maiy were the democratic party.The I haws ...>>" IU&...
\ olat ci 7. LUTIt::!, :s1ess U&a&ger. volunteering advice to the democratic influences that contributed to them.-salms cvi: ;[. to pretty lot of pfg .

J" t :;.:. the unprecedented personal David had never been in the throesof party needs:: DO< to give the farmers .f Marion f'fIWiCJa
1 party so the Ocala Banner may as national election.. *>d .M4 u a \..
,, anWarts victory gained by Mr. Roose- a primary or a to galvanice it Into chance to get ,
.,- battery -
....- well tag along in the procession.Its velt. But none of the minor It wasn't the custom in those <;days electric of Douglass in low price, and am itfwtaf t,' ....

tom.as1 'fJu"o .1 advice is o do nothing in haste influences helped him more' But as., the hardshell preacher said: life with the example follow. It need these pig* at I* *(' .16a/. ....t.....
than did the abuse which the Massachusetts to

1 Wait patiently and let the part] southern politicians and newspapers "Behold they riz up in the morningand leaders animated with a pur now and tM *W o* 1H.nttw,. ....
iMffefifgi&ti catch its breath. Things will developand ] heaped upon him for they was all dead corpuses. .I parties mar eo.r th font satin

Il* ia time shape themselves.Just entertaining; Booker T. Viewed from a modern-day standpoint pose. ___ _-little game. get the pig. If I IMNW k- rat.. tfe. -

now the democrats will dowel Washington at the White : David was truly a prophet and Solomon was playing a pigs and carry than. to a .1!, ,?.. Mi-

1okers MtfftftrWwTp to "\vatch and pray;" "saw wocc House. the primitive brother wasn't far of poker. he said .11 shipped I will hat's M cfcut iw' ,. -*,
Tha American people will "It's cinch for me,
national democ-
far the
so as .
| .. and say nothing." never accept the dictum thata wrong draw a fistful of qu eens." but $1 will cover that o ew If
is concerned. "We have met can always
Tt To this paper it looks like a majority negro scholar is the inferior racy retired to the< you want to h 4p fcb* tans "- \ I 0"
\ : THE BASNEI., BEUEVIMf the and we are there'n." David Baking in tharem.Cincinnati he pot, he
t.tu411 of the American people want to of a white ignoramus, that a enemy let it be known tkfuntffc tt <"> i j'i.un
.II 3g AT TIn TOP WELL ABLE TO is the infe- democrat who had suffered
test, is TAKE CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HA.TAKKN retain our possessions in the Philli- negro gentleman was a Commerclal-Tn-j of the Ocala DOl...,. r w< tai !Iat w
rior of a white blackguard defeat. bune.
IaeadHeald ITS STAND IS THE BARRI pines.It have every faraw hi' Nation t'H untt
that a man's title to consider- nsuspicion <
into backbiting,
There's no necessity for going Xo bickering, no
GAUHft WITH TILE COMMON PEOPLE been the issue" I wntt. lifer .
has "paramount tion rest on the color i r Ms come to the farm M test
WILL BK MADE FOR detail. Every one.will have his the- of dl'sloyalt"-lets be tolerant -
AND 1TF. KinilT for two campaigns and the vote for skin and not on his &nrirter them tq see my .eaitfe.. wall. *y .
Rate. THK BBTTKRMEST OF THOSE AT THE and his achievement.The ory. But the cold blooded fact remains and all go to I work to repair the .
their retention larger.If .
rra grows hogs-and they east M* Bata tna
HlTToM.FKIDAY.. that it's for a lack of vctes disaster. But we can't do so untiwe
f this
Att .- --- left to a vote of the American World hopes : in Florida, ..* I han w! -
ttptt4"II. --- ,little lesson has linai ./ been The late Ben HL1, of Georgia, one can get together. We must not grown
people who believes that Cuba would sale. TW Nto .. c..u kMf .
1' 1904. tie for p
thoroughly leancd.-i. Y. of the south's greatest statesmen, in expect to accomplish much with a
eurpt have been abandoned? World. justify a |>*M a4 a.4. f w.i ... her.
the Tilden-Hayes contest, when it "house divided against itself. .
II.t( We are a nation of land stealers. want geM.... ........
Not afe" but we hope still The World means, of course, that was suggested that the south march much you
mugtki The American does not float over :
*Mne." flag this lesson has been finally and thoroughly on Washington and demand her] So far we know the meanest pa- ed. Tralf 7eI'

-- scarcely an inch of territory that was States is the New S. K. OAl ,
learned by the southern per in the United +&JU.
.. rights, said we had tried this once on
COAaabl We can no more sing Maryland! not stolen. "blackguards" and "ignoram ses" York Times. One of the reasons It
the advice of northern democrats
Maryland! Are the Filipinos better than the the Why Net II "W.BI' .
My who control her newspapers and invincible assigns for Parker's defeat is that
and 'Vwe had found people .
the Cherokees the Choc- sst1111 k-..NA
Seminoles, ) My
"fit to
shape her policies and her politics. in and invisible in democratic party is:: not yet
MacFarlane dosn't seem to have taws, the Xarragansetts, the Iroquois,, peace What Bryai H4 N>' wr tIrl
in bad Jefferson Jackson Pierce
epithets come grace< govern. ,
Hoc democratic meet-
wired his congratulations to Broward. the Comanches, the Apaches, of any war. They "OAe tltklc U *..In. .... ....
dealt in and list of
from a newspaper that out the trusts and and Buckham a, long
of the other Indians whose lands w.t ings; cry cannot be amMl tar taw 'laadsiMlrs -
ttllllotto' Humphreys wins over Dr. Pelot fort charges against the president so monopolies: of all kinds; drink our : others, all lived to no purpose.
stole and whose tribes we annihi- ai the dM16.ante campaign was im
o senate in De Sola and Manatee. coarse and gross that he felt impelled smoke and take
liquor, our cigars
had wreck. But
lated! Galveston a great entirely on a gold butfa and, tax tint
them "atrocious false-
to denounce as boodle. And then they vote the republican -
Hat The World Is still "looking back- That's the bloody record of how hoods." Galveston to-day is a stronger and basis the d mo.mlto detest this y-btt
>p tlt ticket.
nut ward" to 1596. Tut tut. That won't we obtained possession of nearly The World has contributed more more beautiful city than before. vas mUM Mort eaphitu' rt>s.a is t1e .
Now then what are we going to
Deco do. every foot of soil the American flag and to Here is an inspiration and an exam- past two clocrto, wh.n fr.. IIihw
in this preceding campaigns
do about it? Well the Index believes
I L d.'U. New now floats over so benignly, proudlyand disaster( the democratic ple for the democratic party. Let usnot was the dons ....."
: Mrs. Dave Ottensosser, bring upon
that we've got to take care of our _.
lose hope. Animated with a -
-- ed. York city,U the gust of her sister-in- defiantly.In party than all other minor factors; selves. "Self-preservation is the first let build Mr. John TM fi Un,," la I IIfr
!r seizing on to more territory isn'tit common purpose us strongerand

see law, Mrs. Nathan Peyser.It combined. law of nations." It applies likewiseto beautiful than before. advice, wbWi. II --1'1 rttr.dl .s7 .INN "
1V&de a little late in the day to grow more
a' foot-
Putting the president on sections. We have not now, and the deffieerafeto p.y atrln-\r.i Mswants
I is a good thing John Beard got squeamish, assume benevolent airs
tier ingwith the common "footpad" and never had, any community of inter- The Palm Beacfi News contain along all the geM ... all vies le'
hU compliments before the votes and prate about the "consent of the
Iadc counted. "bunco steerer" and accusing him of; est with the wild and wooly west. article about"democratic honor" lieve in the pole of iro z.i1ua. MI .
Mj governed the of leJ"ing'blackmail" dosn't elevate "Ephraim is joined to his idols; let being "redeemed in the election of who believe I In heM$ .ar "' "I

Cato J Lou Dillon alone is able to measure Did we deal with people the World very high above the him alone." Prof. W. M. Holloway." The sad
sions in the "1 1'. to ea.BBM
off! of their terri-
Alaska in the
strength with President Roosevelt. school of ordinary "blackguards. dening thing about it is the News'comments
'south should stand
slat| Hereafter the pat bodily Into ,tae attp of tfec wp__
She, too, beyond the record. tory? Were the peaceful Esquimosto We are sincerely glad that the not made in
I* -for the old flag and an appropriation are a spirit of .
be less regarded than the Fillipinos can party ad aU who hrlwv. to lie

eel.t The Milwaukee Journal wants to ? average southern .editor felt himself particularly and emphatically the sarcasm but the editor seems en- things Tern Watoeti iMivOsr ........ M -

know If there is a democratic party? Again.It f entirely too decent to lend his columns latter. It seems to be an era of com- tirely serious and in earnest. bodily manila luau the caetlp eil ,liltpopulls4s.

If the editor will come south 'he will in helping the World peddle this mercialism. Patriotism is reckonedby
lay I Mr. .. OtMlMidalr
HM tirm\ >
is well known that this paper is sensational Everybody will think more of
scandal born of dirty, ,,
find out. the almighty dollar. If that's to ed if Ilk tttffcw .to toUt... hsuw
opposed to the policy of protection, the Judge for the patriotic letter
yellow journalism, against presi- be the size of it, and if, as the textsa."s
Except for the peculiar conditionsthat wwM W ton to bp A. Intta
but don't the election returns show, he wrote after his defeat. It wasa many

dent. _. ____ delivered "into the
we are
obtains in the south the election u
CcATI< after that Wall tie dMluacrsti.' tall '
campaign campaign, .a : calm dignified admirable produe- c p.
I Japan and Russia. hands: of the heathen," let's make
would have been practically'undnimous.
Tuesday majority of the American people tion. It shows that he love the
Although the population of Russiais : that individual pay for it. DeMIt.i MV. that "Jests
( favor that policy, so if we bow to the I democratic party in defeat more thanin
ldar nearly three and a half times as God reigns; he is just; the-country Beset,. ak. eeet1aent t _...tI J
will of the majority in other things, victory and will work to the end
t Imperialism has been to the frontIn great as the population of Japan, and will survive. has prhUciJ a book of tit I.IMPM m
tb why not in this? of making it successful.The .
two. campaigns. How many campaigns its area nearly six times as great, the --- wan; that. .... I), Meat Ili Ileehitt, '

tkr will it take before it ecomes When president, General Grants Japanese have a million more pupilsin The "free silverites" had their viee.presitirtttof.i..tenh'kr' liar .

s the best way to get rid of obnox- prohibitionists claim to have
fixed? and the had
inning "gold bugs"
"Irrevocably their schools than the Russians. received 50 I SoeitltJ', Mt ..... r't irving h. di
ious laws and customs are to enforce theirs. Parker and Davis did per cent more vote than :

Arizona went democratic. The They publish more periodicals and very four years Debs claims 'I Bloch' ltwk; tlMt lit dtM. ....T I tMtaa4ilur
them. ago. 600,000,
little better than Palmer and Buck-
women vote out there. We are for books. Although Russia has nearly a large increase says that dirty, thr ._.1 rtoh11HadcNa
Make the of over four
policy protection gen- years ago.
Let's those disasters
ner. forget
the woman with a ballot::iu her hand nine times as many miles of railway, Watson is < vVVVI htraalt) ..... ttseaeon3i
eral and let it all sections shake hands together and encouraged with his vote
get tryand
every time. the Japanese roads carry more passengers I and Roosevelt is aMty lat<<&l_ sad we.. ..
alike, covering every plant and manu- I not complaining.
do better next time.
One irrevocably- settles factured article, and if it is hurtful it though less freight. They The democrats are not in the dumps scantly diatlllhU. r sirlw

the money question but the poor old will soon be found out and a bet- send half as many again letters by and say that next time the boot may ing that wHat.x.
tariff-like the running bookmustgo ter policy substituted.It post as the Russians send. With be on the other leg. at Chicago in .M sgttaetrh an b-I

only about one-fourth as many milesof __ .i:
ou forever.hose seems to us that it is the duty of -- 0 President Itetrsey.M. attP* HIP eiBr
telegraph wires, they send nearlyas MAT (ANUTIURA )Ir. George K. Robinson broke the
the democratic party to go slow. limited ontlatlee of watt aS11 .ftu1R
( bilin times Their trade record for
"sugar are many messages. per traveling Marion yon
More than leaders, it needs voters. county. absolute nreet1Sy" of tailor .....

F here and will be enjoyed just thesame capita is greater than the Russians, an automobile Monday. lie made
Don't let's shut out any. Let's open great armies J awl y.. +.iRw
as if the political wheel had revolved both in imports and in exports although the trip from Citra to Ocala in
wide the doors; invite all in that will one ready at aH Mew to thin, .tt
in the other direction. the total trade of the Russians: hour anal twenty minutes
come in; stick together and bid I ana over about the flltII..b..t iN+.*.Lr .0,
is much greater. The apparent half the distance which I is
f Those tlerce looking, undignified results. ( 18 miles submitted bjr a 'n......... peYMtik!
3 : financial and military strength o'f the ( was over a sand road. He rides
cartoons against the president, helpeda The lane will turn. Our time will a on a gnatAmerican preens eseuka W ...

long way in swelling his majority. come. Russians is ineomparablythe greater. Queen auto, for which Mr. A. G. prNM' 0

Yet so cheaply does the Japanese soldier Gates in the Ocala agent. .
They were beyond the essence of Place sentinels on the watchtowers -
live that Japan may do more - Urotee.ottai.
good taste. ; don't go to sleep on our The first calender
with little money than Russia with Do for for 1905 that we ...... -

It has never been stated how much posts, and we will soon have issues more.-World's Work. Baby ? have received is from the real estate' 'I' H.II.; .., -

enough to keep the country in a blaze. firm of Eagleton & Price 8 _
Methuselah Davis contributed to the of Tampa. .\TronH\-.A-I.A. W.

democratic campaign fund, but it wasa The Futility of Human Hopes. Louis J. Brumby, the Ocala newspaper )y) It is a very neat and pretty calendarand t...Ie w.1pw aN1i,. .'

mean advantage to take of a man Said the philosopher and poet: man, was seen at the Windle they have our thanks for tun*. OCALA.-- ..- --. .

of his years. last week. He is still 1 This firm is composed of two entw- i I. D Ito Len. t. r ....u .a'rt.P to.
"WhIle stands the coliseum Rome shall stand; one day runn- A.tetDliXTlreT "
When falls the coliseum. Rome shall all. prising and hustling Ocala
The wet counties: are kept busy ing a trade journal, devoted to the ytmag
And when Rome falls, the world.1
.. If; men, who are 0Iw ...... MiE :
trucking: interests of the state and meeting with grwt a cln.aiw"It' trerw
shipping jugs kegs and bottled goodsto And the builders of the tower of ; II j.CJW'
success in
the dry counties, and yet some babel were inspired with the hope little as one would imagine it, from Tampa.. t Iitwiw1t__

people still Innocently believe that that they would climb on it right the; wide range of his conversation, I Let's be happy. If the north en- 'BYUUAM AMU ..f ...1(1_

prohibition prohibits. L. J. is one of the most successful joys her let oar_T....,........,.tap, Murae.ratei '
through the pearly gates into heaven. snow, us enjoy our un- OCALA FLA

Bryan and Parker are getting But the tower had to be abandoned.It specialists in all Florida. His specialty shine. If she brags on her apple, ----81'i Ns..
Y.d is the of .
placing advertisingspace
mighty close together because they led to a confusion of tongues, and let us brag on our oranges. If she -

both love the democratic party and anally toppled and fell; the coliseum where it is most needed, and enjoys her republicanism, let us en- OCALA.ATTOKNKY.AT.UW., .

t both are willing to drop non-essen crumbled into dust and Rome has long the; promotion of publicity upon a joy our democracy. The country U ....

1c since lost her rational business basis. Mr. Brum- big enough and J .c OHAftK
tlals. prestige among the nations grand enough for us -

V of the earth. 3y's manner is rather leisurelybuthe all to be proud of our OIHTII.r
When the democratic party in a has a way of "getting the busiless" achievements oral A jj t tcRt.faa
1 But the world still stands! individual efforts
year and at a time like this can elect which sometimes jars his most ,... and
Nations come and nations go. Col- "t ,. national greatness. Let us be tolerant LSST.V"&

a governor in Massachusetts and in S. .
appearing N
Minnesota it lacks a good deal from umns, pointing heavenward,the puny contemporaries. too. Let every man enjoy to the

being dead.Missouri work of man, crumble, decay, totter -Times-Union. fullest measure his politic and his -- .. -at B'Mtrtr j tx

and are obliterated; but the world, religion.
Japs Will Invade Florida for Business.A : EVERYTHING
in former years piled up young and lusty as when the morning that Is cleansing Whatever else be t
I wire from. San Francisco says purifying, and luutifying may said for or
{ such tremendous democratic majorities stars sang their first anthem to for the Skin; Scalp Han ana against Judge Parker he Is certainly

that,, fu Robt Ingersol once the music of the heavenly spheres, that five Japanese the advance guardof Hands of Infants and, Children, a Christian, and has exhibited to the I

said; "WJMissouri goes republican moves steadily onward in its re\olu- > a colony of forty or fifty families, CUTlCURA Soap, assisted by Country a meekness greater than

I will-,aecome a Christian." He tions through endless and eternal have arrived by the steamer Manchuria CUTICURA Ointment, th great :Moses. Struck in the neck

died toplioon.Political M space. on the way to Dade, Fla., Skin Cure, will surely db. No ax in some big with an
:M'" need democratic states
person go forth into the and
surprises continue. What is man that he should compare where they intend to cultivate 67- world tortured and in republican states smote .. ... .. ,.
Among disfigured by hip and ..
000 acres of land. lid' .
.. his works to God's! inherited humors of the SkL thigh with .il. 1,'.
others at the Montezuma, on the Roosevelt's "big stick lies. .-1 I'_ ;t
The colony will raise silk, cotton, Scalp, and Blood if CUTICURA he returns 1 ", "d4."' F@3. bI
night of the election to receive the Little Jimmie Eckles thanks and wires hU ; ,'l ec.111114
went to Cleve- congratulations -
tobacco and and REMEDIES Have o A trot .
pineapples experiment been used m' to ,:I .. .. .e .I t t drat
dispatches, the Star says it noted the land's assistance in New Jersay, with them. childhood.!! successful oppo.
lent. Here ,rr't YA ce. -
following "old democratic war where, under ordinary conditions a --- D-' throughout.. &he world.. Cuttcma sap,LSeOhs.P Is history repeating luelf. IHtro i L .
t !: BHoIYmr.1Oe. C Ie fona I"b.0 .
horses "Col. : ., ,per Yal of SI). ) Lo _, visa the man In the New .
; Livingston and T.T. victory would have been possible Well, how much.longer is the tariff home.. Sq.;l'aria,6 Sae de Ia PiliI Botoo," 'r1 CoIwnbu Chart_ Testament, who .. -

E Munroe." ,Shake! I the state was lost by 60,000. I to figure as the paramount issue! A.tM as abiLsca se.aar'Potts pprtrJy Dnag. A wto a-Corp.toh-.y 801e?I...:p:v.., smote on one cheek turned the other, -.4,, .x ..;;.'-:- J :_#dp.-

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I No. 5 was sent out again in .the I south of Manchuria insignincant. urn About midp'ight a'crowd of the ca- proverbsl
PERRYBOATONROCKS storm by Sergeant OsLorne. She was II I RUSSIANS BOMBARD cers and also Viceroy Yuan Shiakal at dats went to the calaboose and fired

In charge of Roundsman Wettlaused. I Tien Tsin are working in harmony to a fusillade at the building, and then

relieve distress ,and are also workingwith broke it with the intention of
The Harbor Sound rescuers at 6:20 open
MANY LIVES IN PERILAt o'clock started through Little Hell JAPANESE POSITION II the foreign aid societies and killing the negro; but they were greatly

Gatebetween Ward's island aad Ran feeding 20,000 refugees daily at Muk disappointed on finding the negro "When the butter won't

daH's island.through the Sunken Meadows ,. den. gone. come a in the
theEntrance a dangerous spot. Throwing Fifty to Sixty Shells; The trouble begun with the negro put penny
Mercy of Wild Sea at I I
I When they reached the ferry-boat MINIATURE TRAIN HELD UP. abusing Howard and calling him foul churn" is an oM! time dairy 7
of Sound. i between two I An Hour Into Their Camp. names because he asked the black for It
they found her wedged proverb. often seems to i
I I holes in I Passengers Relieved of Valuables by a match with which to light a cigar
-- I big rocs but there were no
her hull. ARTILLERY FIRE NOT EFFECTIVE Masked Men at World's Fair. ette. Howard struck the negro wit'a work though no one has ever
POLICE PESCU: PASSENGERSWorst : > I St. Nov. 16.-A train the stick, he
__ I The passengers began shouting that I Louis on I whereupon caught the cadet t81d11;:-
k they anted to be taken off. Conditions In Manchuria Aro Growing minature railroad at the world's fair I about the neck and attempted to cut
: \ They
Stern in Fifty Years, and Only had arrived was held up and robbed by two masked his throat cutting him behind the ear. pothers are worried
Meanwhile the patrol 4
After Several Attempts Were the : but could not get nearer than 50 yardsto i Serious with the Natives as They men in the night, and it became lnownf Arthur Mclllhenny went to the assistance fescause Ac! .hildren do not

!'; Have Not Enough Supplies to Live today on the arrest of Jacob Vannich, of Howard and had his coat I
Retcucrs AU to Reach the 111-Fat:d : the ferryboatThe gain &trwtfi and fleshvc
I I leave the Fed at Mukden. a ticket seller for the road on suspi- cur. An officer was In"the depot bu. t
refused to
I I crew ferryboat i on-Refugees
Craft I saying they would stay by the 'cion of being concerned.The ing where the difficulty occurred an- say give them Scott's KmulsiM. -
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I Mukden Nov. 14.-Via Tien Tsin train containing the engineerand called to the of the
was rescue boys.
New York: Nov. 1C.-Tie C llea: captain, but the drivers left their "
Nov. 15.-An unbroken cannonade of
three was making its
s passengers
Port Morris, la co.aGrand horse on the ferryboat.The
Tolni tjrryuuat
.' siege guns throwing fifty or sixty shells last trip and was crossing a deserted FIRE AGAIN IN KNOXVILLE. I It is like the penny in the
of Captain George L. Collins patrol landed the rescued passengers
< I hourly against the Japanese positionin plot of ground when the men, with ,
milk because it works and
which IcU Ccllcgo! Point went on the at the foot of West One Hundred I ..
Thlrty-foarth the egion of Shakhe station, began drawn revolvers appeared in the shaftof One Fireman Crippled for Life and I '
rock oft Uerrain island to tie ..s.ou.hward I and street. I I because tkerc is
early tiiis: morning and ended only atnigtui.ul light thrown by the headlight and Eight Others Injured. something I
of South Brct er isl :::U. I when more than half a thou called to the engineer to stop. Knoxville Tenn., Nov: IG.-The astonishing about it.Scatt's .
at its worn and the: i DISAPPEAR IN NEW YORK
The fctorm was I ? sand contact shells had been Lawson-McGhee library a 3-story brick
big The train immediately came to a '
dashing 20 feet; high., I Emulsion is :
waves were Find Trace of thrown into the Japanese army's position standstill, and while one robber covered structure at the corner: of Gay street I simp'y l
Spindle Unable to Any
ned Police
The light known doused as the by the billows I> Missing Boy. on the pain, for the purpose o*. those aboard the other relieved and Vine Avenue, was gutted by fire a mHk of pure cod livertl!
light had been a,moralizing the work of fortification them of their money and valuables. this afternoon, leaving nothing more
accident Nov. G.--Another of vvi.h
that the New York hypophosphitcs.specially
this some
and it was owing whic I I concentrated. that point for the past The robbers then escaped. than the bare walls stan i I J
happened. those strange disappearances two weeks. The day's bombardmentwas :I I i On the ground floor cf tie building i ii &: prepared for delicate t
boat 11 passengers from time to time baffle every source
There wore on ; the most serious:; attempt yet I NAN PATTERSON ON TRIAL.( i was a double store occupied by the I stomachs.
and four market of inquiry, is now engaging the attention i
of six,
a crew made by the Russion large guns, and Vance Furniture company. The second ;
attached eight of the police of this city and Ui I
wagons, to which were it was ma':e oa account of the apparent : Case Set for Today-Charged with floor was the devoted to the pnb-I Children take to it naturally ,

torses. reacelved word whole On September country. C, 16-year-old Leo determination; of the Japanese to I i Killing Caesar Young. tic library, containing about 15,000 volumes I I because they like the Ustu i
The harbor squad make the Shaie! station an impregni- 'I New York Nov. 16.-The trial ol and the offices of the Commercial
that the boat Flelschmann son of well -do parentsand and the takes
from police headquarters : ble defense of the railway behind. Nan Patterson, the actress, on the Club. On the third floor was the ;; remedy just as

with passengers was in peril.her way to his home a student to take of a the lesson city with college his, left private i!.I I Both sides have so dug themselves iajL... !I II ,i charge of shooting "Caesar" Young, Knoxville Business college. :: naturally to the children U.
The Port Morris was on the ground night and day that artillery i the California bookmaker in a cab The fire originated in the basement I
,whence she tutor nearby. From the time i cause it is so perfectly adaptedto
East Nlnety- erenth street fire as at Port Arthur is pray I last spring, is set for today. from the furnace and spread with lightning .I
Thirty bade his mother goodby no word: :I ,
runs to East One Hundred and he .tically! Ineffective and the ammunition I Miss Patterson has, been anxious to rapidity throughout the structure. I their wants.
the and thence the lad has been received. He disap.peared ;:.
fourth street Bronx, without leaving a trace and Is nearly wholly wasted. I have her trial, as she is confident ol Firemen saved the surrounding property : For all weak and pale and
back to College PointAt Both sides recognizing this are re- acquittal. She will leave her gloomy only after a hard fight. The
to South Brother while every resource known to the : I I thin children Scott's EmuNi'in
the approach and.. sorting to the competition of big guns ;I cell in the Tombs prison and face the building was valued at $20.000, and
Island Is Lauren's Point between the police private detective been agencies! and regular field: artillery is only occasionally judge and jury willingly, for she has was given to the public in 1885 by Col-1 I is the most satisfactory treatment
has stilized
Red energies
i mud banks and the rocks. The newspaper 1 engaged. j f no doubt that she can prove her hands onel Charles M. McGhee, of this city
Spindle light is a little to the south the mystery is uncleared. The abuse of the Chinese imperial I! clean of Young's blood. as a memorial to his daughter Mary

9 of South Brother island and Berraln Leo Is about, 5 feet, 5 inches in customs trans: passes: for merchandise I There is considerable interest manifested Lawscn McGhee. who died during that I \\'e will send you

} Island. height of fair complexion and weighs and baggage into Manchuria via in court circles as a hard fougb; year. The property is held In trust t the penny / r., a
Captain Collins said afterward it about 150 pounds. Ills parents have Sinmintin thereby making recent tra. legal battle is expected. by a board of trustees, which is self. sample free
I Long Island given up their handsome home and II e
the worst contraband regulationsand perpetuating.
was fie an abu e of
50 Wfcen now liva in a hotel, devoting their en- ,; FIRE VOLLEY AT JAIL. P4 MM tUt tWi riMn toth
in years ,
sound had seen neutrality, has caused the Pekir 1 I wry c< s U4 Vtft wt
; that to the search .... ..
late, found ergies and means for.i ary
ColllnJ. i Mikado's Son at White
further House.
Captain authorities to refuse passes. Im ,... .
was gone, he tried their missing boy. Attempt to Lynch Negro Who Had I' Washington, 'Nov.16.. Prince Sad 1.1 kr..scOlT
the familiar light This has cut off large quantities of 1
F hard to turn to one side. It wan too Fall River, Mass;, Nov. 16. -The Fall : supples: of foreign food and other I\ Cut Cadet. aura Fushiml, son of the emperor of '* & BOWNE,
was swept ca Auburn Ala. Nov. 16.-About 9I Japan, who has arrived ia rS4 Chemists,
late and the ferryboat again prouucts and has raised prices. A reign Washington
the rocks The shock of the,crashIng River Print mills the were striking opened operativesan of mercantile lawlessness exists, and I o'clock Monday night the little town as the guest of the nation, today Ec. 409 Pearl St., N. V
today to give ,
boat striking the ledge knocked all opportunity to return but few of is controlled by the care of .the Russian was ruffled considerably by the. spread called at ,the White House. Prince'ushlml's tai/ca; ddnH'N
the pas. of the story that a Arthur
and negro Jap'1
their feet address, which in
the horses off had better luck than authorities in their transactions 'I' was
i the corporations Barnes, porter at the depot, lad stabbed Ilolloway' victory hu km felled -
tensers from their seats. i A number of mills to keep prices and internal conditions anese, Interpreted by one of his suite
No. 5 police launch had just returned en yesterday. their machinery normal. and fatally injured Claude X was brief, and bespoke closer and that anything from a bed beg l.
were unable to keep Howard, student at the A. P. L
day's a
1Sfr to the sub-station after half a running, and soon shut down. The The distress of the natives has so stronger relations between the two a 11 billy goat can be elected oa tee
Island Fearing that & lynching was brew.
off Hart's coutries. The president in his
battle with the waves Is understood, will Increased as to render the previous re-
mill managers, It President Thach of the college democratic! ticket in Florida, If prep
told, a naptha ponse gave assurance of the good
where, the police' were for day or inconvenience and loss of profits leon.
Stone pursue the present policy a had the prisoner removed from the erly placed on the ticket. This
Stepping tlment by the American people and
sinking extinction of foreign
as the
efforts fail, the. caused by
there and two; and should their city ealaboase.about 11 o'clock and speaks well for party loyalty tad
Jlsat. No launch was found again for an ia- trade and the total annulling of communication wished the Japanese people prosperity.
plaats will be I taken to Opelika where he was put in that's about all that ands to U ttid
aha 1J supposed by the police to lave between toe north andy .. .
definite period. -
sunk before their arrival, : the county JaiL -Monticello New

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BCLltmw. KclNTOSri. MARION COUNTY'S VOTE his, plat that was not assessed in
-- 1903! but was assessed 1901. Thereis

>fetal CormpovdtBce Owls Banner. Special; Corwpondence Ocala Banner: For Presidential Electors no man that can tell what per cent
DJs and )In. Virgil Pratt are entertaining The frost of Monday and Tuesday Bally, 982; Grady 1074; Jennings
of this increase is due to a raise In THE TIME
1091; Xewton, 1073; Stoneman. 1083; !iOW
Miss Lois Alexander, of' mornings killed out the beans valuation
without comparing piece
Whitney, 147; Barker, 69; Stanley, 60;
Ban Antonio. throughout this section. The
peas Zeller, 52; Dole, 53; Buffum. 230; Rob- by piece as they appear on the as

Talk about Marion county product were not injured except earliest inson. 215; Holmes, ISO; "Wendell. 175: sessor's books of 1903 and 1904. Finally ,
planting and the lettuce now being Cushman 181 McKinnon. 52 Baskln. \
the writer was thi week pre- ; ;
; after studying the matter over To be getting in to _
planted is all right. 62: Moore, 51; Putnam. 44; Shields 54. ,
rented with tweet weighingfour
a potato carefully I have arrived at the con- 4r,

and one half pounds, raised by Hon. Alfred Ayer came up from For Congressman clusion that possibly the raise in

Ocala Saturday and Sited his farm, Sparkman 948; Gunby 161; Middle-
Mr.Isaac Nichols. Unlike most overgrown valuation of property by the assesoris WINTERCLOTHES
brooks, 39. !
vegetables, which grow coarse, where his son, Clifford, is conductinga State OfficersFor not correspondingly as much out- y

this was a "dandy," both sweet and trucking business.jMr. .
Governor-Broward, 1095; Hea- side of Ocala as the raise made by 1

fine grain. There also came our way Hires, from Dnnnellnn, was in ley 54; McFarlane, 143. the board in Ocala, at least, on some : 'i

this week, three of the finest and our town Tuesday selling fruit tiees. Secretary of State-Crawford, 1059; of the property raised by us, and I I

most perfect grape fruit that we He did $400 worth of business here. Horr, 138; Parrott, 3S. can see no reason why the owners of I .
Our will abound in Attorney General-Ellis, 962: ; Cub- I. 1 The prices on our winter clothes are
country soon
have this season, presented by
seen such property should not be given a
berly 137; Green. 45. I unusually low, and we can make an
Col. Ju W. Hilton, of Brooklyn, N. luxurious fruit trees as well as vega- certificate of rebate to the amount of
Comptroller Croom, 1033; Brober, interesting proposition to you on win-J
Y. who Is one of the most poml- tables. I 47; Skipper. 123. excess in valuation provided the _

sent winter residents, coming early Mr. Ernest Barkey, of Lerln6: on, State ter clothes. /
Treasurer-Knott, 1000; Wel- board can agree upon this.Respectfully \
and staying late. Col. Hilton owns Kentucky, a W. zel. 49; Brelsford, 104.
R. Baker arrived and will Superintendent of Instruction-Hol-
the finest grape fruit groves in this Sunday N. A. FORT.
vicinity spend the winter here, as he does loway 804; Wolfe 212; O'Neal, 118;

Resler, 33.Commissioner. Swallow is happy, Debs is happy,
winter. his he
every During stay
The Rev. True Whittier, accompanied
of Agriculture-JIcLln -
will clerk Watson is happy, and the demo-
in Mr. Baker's store.
by the Misses Ella Lyles and 976; Rowley, 118; Pettit, 33. M. FISHEL H
Lenora Smith, left Monday for Mr. S. S.Neol, after a weeks' stay I Justice Supreme Court for Six Years crats are taking their medicine good

in Atlanta, returned Monday.Mr. Taylor, 919; Sheppard 141. naturedly. There is no need for any
Tampa, where they will visit Mr. See the new arrival of Men's Shirts at 50c. They're beaotto.
Norsworthy's son, who has For Three Tears-Cockrell, 882; anger or bitterness.
and Mrs. True Whittier, jr., and take
Snackelford. 868; Whitfield. 857; Fair, --
been away and in the hospital in
In the big fair. 169; Adams, 136; Axtell. 137.
Kentucky, came home Saturday. We Trees
Railroad Commissioner Morgan, fruit aijd
Miss Hattie Smith left quite unexpectedly i
are glad to see him recovering so 957; Ritchie, 113; Sill 3!. --- __ __ .-.J..!!!
Monday night for Jacksonville .

after having been in the employ rapidly. For the Legislature Ornamentals

Major Means left Tuesday to takein Sistrnnk 990; Wartmann, 109;. YOU ,
of the Belleview Trading Companyfor Do Need ?
the South Florida Fair at Tampa. County Officers Are you going to plant any trees or (toy
the past nine months. I ornamentals this season? Now is the
Mrs. W. H. Smith, after two weeks County Judge-Bullock 1097.
x Belleview Workers are time to do it. Write us about your We have a large stock, and will sell you cheaper for cash tftan
The preparing
Sheriff Gordon, 1116.
illness is slowly recovering. wants-we offer the following: you can buy any where else in the state. Try us and M*.
elaborate entertainment for Clerk-Sistrunk. 1094.
Thanksgiving an night to be held in the Mr. Ashbrook, of Pennylvania, is Tax .Ases50r-Ayer, 110 S. Orange and Grapefruit Trees, Goods sold on the installment plan, part cash and ba nee:la
at the Bacawin hotel. He will spend over three hundred thousand of small dayments to suit your convenience.
Tax Collector-Carney, 1089.
town hall. the winter in Florida. He thinks Treasurer-Pasteur, 1104. them, on sour orange, rough lemon Money Criers Beeeira Prompt Attt&tiss.

The Rev. C. E. Dot lin filled tthe that this climate will cure his rheu- School Superintendent-Cam, 1099. and citrus trifoliata stockf, all the If You Can't Ces0 Writs to tTl f:: Frlwt.
most valuble varieties.
in the Baptist church Sunday Surveyor-Moorhead, 1084.
pulpit : matism. He speaks of investing in Peach Trees-Two hundred thons- We always have a lot of bargains that it will P&1100 to take

morning and evening.Mr. our good soil and trying the trucking Commissioners-Long, 1018; Edwards sand-mostly Florida varieties, as advantage of.
1043; Pries, 1045; Fort, 1045;
John Mitchell and wife of business. fine trees as we ever grew. A

Jacksonville who have been visiting Mr. W. G. Xorsworthy is puttingup Turner, 104LMembers Board of Public Instruction heavy your order demand in at for once.them better get I Ocala Furniture Company.

Mr. Mitchell's mother and brother, a carload of his fine oranges. -Scott. 1010; Butch 1013; Gran- Budded Pecans-We haven't

Mr. Tom Mitchell, left Sunday fora There are other smaller growers ship- than, 1029.: heretofore been able to grow sufficient -
to supply the demand, but
short visit to Mr. A. Mitchell, of ping. Constitutional Amendments have a nice lot this winter.

Summe eld. )Jr. W. F. Granger, the market They were all defeated by majorities Rom and Ornamentals Over
of from 200 to 300.Justices fifty thousand fine field grown, OPPOSITE CITY TTAT.T,.
p. o. 1141x am,
man, is furnishing some nice beef I grafted roses. One hundred and
L. J. wife and
Judge Hopkins,
and Constables
twenty-six varieties selected
mother, Mrs. Distrom of Danbury, now. He will soon handle western There seems to have been no contestIn ially for southern planting. Also espec-a H. R. HUNTE

Conn., arrived Wednesday. The meats. any precinct, except No. 16, whereJ. fine lot of ornamental shrubs, hedge .
Rev. P.isoc will fJl his .'tar plants and shade trees. SUCCESSOR to O. A. IIUNTEB,
I'e; appointment L- Perry for constable secured 27
judge, after a long term as judge of Our 1905 Catalog gives descrip-
Sunday at the Baptist votes and J. D. Boyd 17; In No. 26, tions and prices of these and
probate of Danbury, Conn., resignedhis manymore GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.
church. where for justice H. Meadows received trees and plants, and contains
position and has come to Belle- 1; W. J. Legally, 2. and D. L. Gran-I valuable cultural information. Write
, The ladies of the Baptist church for a copy KEY FITTING, TRUNK REPAIRING SAW FILM ETC.
view to make his permanent home. tham. 3; and in the same precinct S. ,

The judge invested In property here will give an oyster supper on Thanks- E. Civil received 2 votes for constableto GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES
Satisfaction Guaranteed
some years ago and has had two ,iIng"ni: ht, the proceeds of which A. J. Stevens. 1. Reference Furnitfefd. 3 4
will .go toward completing the new OCALA, .
fine orange groves froze a, but still Box 31. GUn Saint Mary Fla. FUHMtU.t .
" Baptist church. Let everybody come Commissioner; Fort Replies to Mr ...
hu confidence in Florida; he was
and have a good time. Cljatt 1
one of the first to have a protected "
To He F*"crof titeQr ittcvr.
and this year has to _n_ ,
r grove oranges ------ '- _- '-- .
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lie has extensively .
hip. already
. gone -
have been so severely cuticised by
, in raising peaches and shipped
p.c'dl Correspondence C.xU hllc.c. )!r. W. W. Clyatt for raising the as-
a large number of crates last season .
Well the e'evi'ca 1. I -
f and
k nne sessment of certain property in Ocala

and has set out five hundred more C ire and wa ne e in H-.. <*a can wed and the facts have not bea brought ,

trees this fall. His son, wife and tel that did i "'
we oa and haveno
ty out, it seems right and proper that !
children came odt last fall to superIntend ap dories; to mde for the result. they should be-that the reason for Cold '"

L the place and have been lut we dD hope t > see the price of the board's action should be fully I :

i here all suummer. We are very glad farm advance I .
products in price as we understood by all concerned. When

L. to welcome them as permanent resi have been told they woald under a the board met to equalize the tax as I'I _. :

t 1 dents. PEG. p'-otactive tai Iff; - ----
E: ORINER CLEANINGS.t acid sea island cotton. stated to the board that the total

Lewis and Mathis have been ship- assessment of property in the countyfor I : Storage 1I

medal Correspondence Ocala Banner. pug a good many string beans for the 1904 would !exceed that of 1903

The Infant son of :Mr. and Mrs. past few weeks and up to this time some $200,000 and none of this '

" Will Scarborough was very ill a few have been receuing satisfactory amount consisted of valuation of I''I .. :

days last week but is rapidly recover prices for them. property raised in Ocala. This information / #

lug.r The little cold snap put the faimers was the basis for the board's '

r Mia Neila Scarborougb, of Georgia To banking and sowing seed cane. action in the premises. To verify [ I Meat t S '

,. came this week to make her home Our people are large growers of cane that the assessor was correct in his i E

*.th ber aont, Mr,. Culbeic.Mr and in a few days all will be busy statement, I invite the attention of

*. Bolln and children and Miss making Florida "lasses." There is all concerned to the following: The I

Kelly, of Spring Park, spentlast no better place for &."0\\Ing fine cane tax books for 1903 show that the 1 I We beg to announce that we are now ready to

Tuesday Griner with friends. anywhere in the country than on the b:and summary of property assessed i I cure and store meat for the
public. We have
east side of the Ocklawaha a modern, improved and up-to-date
river. plant with
: ags/egated $4C03,5i6; of this flCO,500 all the
Mr. Colbeuand and daughter Iva
I. ideas
Rev. J. T. Melton, of Plant City, was lost to the state and county by : in'equipment, and machinery, in charge of a thorough and
of Spur, were visitors in our midst experience
Sunday attending services at the and Rev. E. D. Luter, of Wildwood reason of land going to the state for enineer. Our Cold Storage Department will be superintended by

held a two days' meeting in the Con-
nonpayment of taxes the
school hou>>e.Mr. ; county :
g.egationalist ch'irch lajt Saturdayand revenues derived from the above, : HR. ROBERT
8. A Luffman and family of KAISER
Sunday. after deducting state land amountedto ,I I
Fort King, spent Saturday and Sun- .
Mrs. J. T. Lewis in
was Ocala several 5061596. The books for :
1904 are who has had
day with Mr Luffman's parents.Mr. long experience in the business in Cincinnati
last week and
days having some thus Total : Atlanta
: and
assessment $153,129, of ; : the past two in tjf
Lee Nell and Mr. Holly Milli- dental work done and attending to this $115,790 was lost by reason of I' seasons I -Ocala. 'We can guarantee that it is

gtnUt! d in Giiner last Sunday. her fall shopping.A .
land sold
I nonpayment of taxes- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson are great many of our people will the taxes now due- the- county from I

tlltlng: their brother, Mr. Sam John- visit the South Florida fair at Tampa the above is 5155095. It will be No .

son. some having already left. Mr. W. E. seen that land sold and lost to the I I Guess Work i:

)1... Co'breth' and Miss Neita Scar Maan and his two sons were among state in 1903 and 1904 was nearly I I. .

borough \Ulted In Griner last Tues- those who left few ,
a days ago. Messrs. .
equal-one offsetting the other and 'i .

day.The J. B. Mathis and John T. Lewis sent cuts no figure. Of the increase of With US

Inelement weather prevented down some very fine beans to help 1904 over that of 1903 about $119,000 ;

the series of meetings from being w> swell Marion county's exhibit, and came from Ocala by reason of the .

well attended as we had hoped they I we hope to hear that we still hold the board's action in the equalization. .

would be, only one sermon being tItle of the "banner" county of Flor- Now, subtract the total assessment of I I i And MI
delivered by Mr. Harmon Martin and i la for agricultural pioducts. assure you that you will be treated with fairness H
1903 from that of 1904; then the $119- i i guarantee satisfaction and and COUrtCBjt. W. ..
none by Mr. Plumer. Mr. George Blunt, of Dunnellon.was 000, result of the difference, and you I! i I solicit your patronage

The light frosts this week \isitor to friends here
will Snnday. i will see that the assessor was correctin !i I i iI

hasten cane grinding and potato Messrs. J. M. Fort and Cornie Blue his statement to the board; that I'

digging.Mr. paid Ocala a visit Saturday. the the total I
assessment of 19C1 ex- 'I OCALA ICE S

Tomley has just reamed, from Mr. N. A. Fort, our popular county ceeded that of 1903 $200,000, or more. PACKING co.

the north to his winter home at Spring commissioner, of Lynne,was down In Upon Investigation I find that'this increase I
Park. this section a few days ago inspect- & Taylor
not altogether due to a raiser PHONE 34, 1
)Ir. and Mrs. J. M. Luffman have the roads. ClTIZEN.fOLmllONEYAKDTAR. assessment of property outside of BOX 687

moved into their home on Main street Ocala, but in part to new property Ocala I Ploricia
We would be glad to have
where their friends will find a hearty that was notin sight in 1903 and part the public call and inspect our plant when In

.eIeome. FRITS. < .4 to-. .b"'i c y h.ndh.ala1unge from land.found by the assessor from I t our city
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Assistant Postmaster \

slayer of Two Men In Revenge for Until the time of his death, 'r. for

s EASTERN WAR Charleston Brother's Death. Claim Door of Jail Flaw Open While Chace Crane was assistant postmasterof Plantation) RentV

W Va. NOT' 14-At I : They Prayed.
late the Ocala office. He was an efficient
hour all Dothan Ala.
efforts to capture Edward Nov. 14.-Jesse Bare-

Jackson, who shot and killed Sheriff Cold and Thad Penntagtoa, white men I and faithful officer and Postmaster For 1905 X V t, (

jjwttIon Unchanged; Artillery and John Rolf, a. promInent sentenced Friday for murder in the Groves generously! gave him a .
citizen of first degree to life imprisonment, broke : <
Montgomery, Friday, as the six month's vacation with half pay I ,
Fighting Continues.RSACH
i. result of the killing of Jail last night i
,,. Constable Walter Jackson by brother Polleeman Sheriff Wa'ker says they ware lockM: and was in hopes that he would so I r _

WPLIL$ PORT ARTHUR on Wednesday, proved ed in steel sagas after being taken recuperate that he would be able to
.. tutlle. back to the Jail after court. I resume his duties after the expirationof The prov;rcy oelonging :.> thci.i of Aoram rtln, situatt -
Posses : The cell found -- in the ,st.rn partion of Sugar Ha aracck comprising a plantation
KM have been c.oor125 standing'o
JtpineH Shell the Ruuiant In. searching for Jack I his: vacation, but the Great Rulerof f about 500 acres undl'r fend ", n- w wire fence), about
y but the son all day and are still scouring a this morning, the lock being in 350 ies cf which a-j in fineo.; >::Jt v lion, U for rent
t"rmlt.nU1. Utter Did Not the good working hole was cut destinies ordered otherwise,
surrounding, country for his. Two order. next elf.
Gettingkm.) i Pairs of bloodhounds were placed on under the window :near the cage, and I Since Mr. Crane's death, ir. Hugh The :3 Ian 3-egarded as of 1" jt qualitynd are well adapt
his trail today hammocks were usod to let themdown ed r tin cj.ivaticj of all the cr is prodac- in this section. _
Feed U U I Stated I with no success. Hayoraft has been appointed assistant '
.. I The excitement to the ground. Apoly to.
fQllowing the dou postmaster and the appointment
Fuu. NOT HJ-No : ble The life
e further news shooting has somewhat escapes were given sent ,
wis reete,4 here today from Port Ar- ;, but the friends of Sheriff Daniels subsided still, tents by the Jury, but public sentiment has been confirmed by the postal authorities

threaten to lynch Jackson If he is cap- is strong that the sentence was at Washington.The V
I too light.
tured. appointment is excellentone
,)laU* NOT. 1-Afternoon-The The officers still control the situation Each of the men had appealed their and will give general an satisfactionto DAVID S. WOODROW A e 1

tbAtJ.Q; If ttneh need today. Art!!. In KaytttP: county, but have not cases. Ocala, Ha
birr firtBf i continue. the firing at tip to noon itported the capture of The Jail is new and first-class, and the patrons of the office. He is a

[Mt rowing heavy, particularly in !I i Edward Jarho:,, the slayer of her.. it Is quite a mystery how the door was good citizen and a fine business man,

skO south*rat The Japanese shelled itt Dar.iel. opened. Other prisoners claim that prompt, obliging and popular.

tit Kotflta ptMiitona intermittently i i Governorhte today has offered a they aid not hear any fuss. - TOCANESYRUPMAKERS
irtday The Ilu&dans !I| reward cf : News reached here at 9 o'clock that F
did not realUrcoon I') fr the capture! of Jack- A Physician Healed
Barefield had shot himself at the
i Eon, dead
i cr aU rc, $100 for the cap-
j )11.nt.. a mere artlllerj | lure of George JaiUuu! his brother. home of a cousin In Headland by slip- Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy-

ar. ftPCf-lDfnt lock place on the i Tha two other Jackscn brothers are ping off his shoe and using his toe to sician of Smith Grove, Ky., for over

I kaslsa riaht. i In Jail here, along Tith policeman Elliott pull the trigger to discharge a shot thirty years, writes his personal experience

I who slew Constable Jackson, and gun, which blew off his head. with Foley's Kidney Cure.
I started Sheriff Walker has offered a hundred "For I have been bothered
the greatly
Tatq Tao Nor. 11.-The British row. i! years .
etMwer TtAtet. of the Douglas line thief of Pofcce: Hundley has also dollars reward for Pecnington, with kidney and bladder trouble .I .

)w b *a purchAKxi :by:>> German resl- I been sent to jail. It is charged that and l.s gone to the scene of the and enlarged prostrate gland. I

hkaU of Tftlng Tau and bu been given !;, ho was holding*Daniel when Jackson ; suicide rf Barfield. used everything known to the profession r.
Peninngton left a note saying that )
[4 Gtrmaa rrtitter. She Is here now 1 shot film. Hundley had remained without relief, until I com-
he had killed Faulk in self-defense, and
in Charleston after menced to Foleo's Cure. !.f
|itt4iBI for Port Arthur. ( bringing Elliott use Kidney
: Hat the jury and witnesses had done
I lrtoeal illpplng bousea bare received here, being advised by friends to re- After taking three bottles I was entirely
him a grave injustice; that the sheriff
i [formation that two iteamers{ which main here on account of the feeling relieved and cured. I prescribeit -
was net to bame for his escape, but ;
fkft *.,e recently with supplies for !,, against him In Montgomery.- ho wa on his knees praying when now daily in my practice and A w[ e
i cV144So.tok! hue arrived there in sate '! heartily recommend its use to all
the ,
"The Dictator of Ecuador" door few open, as was in the case : z:
Owes Flor.
If. It li also known here definitely j I Ida Man $50,000 of Paul and Silas. physicians for tuch troubles. I have a i

plat itveral supply ships have reached i I New York. Nov. 14. At 10 o'clock the commissionerscourt prescribed it in hundreds of cases with
-Archer Har-
i [fart Arthur within the last fortnight. met and passed the following order perfect succsss." Sold by Postoffice ,
j man, the aggressive young New Yorker ?
1 who has been dubbed "The Dicta. : Drug Store. m '
[CONFLICT BETWEEN STUDENTS. tor of Ecuador." is being sued by Chas.L. "It is c:\>-ed that the circuit judgabe -- + lit t,
ifijuem*: to have instituted im- Ocala's Football Defeat. 1,, :
a southern man, for breachof + .
ttelfana and German at Vienna University : i contract for ,50C50. pe.ichment! proceedings against C. E. During the entire gam the'Ocala team did 5 Y f

Fight. I It is said that the trial of the suit Walker, hell ofHouston county, Alabama not advance the ball four yardshile this .

Vienna, NOT. H.-Many heads were I will reveal some highly interesting !.->, negligence In permitting team outweighed our bays they lacked the .... '"
secret of breaking through the stone wall line
kobo In a fierce conflict between I I II details of the brilliant career of Harman prisoner to escape from jail. confronting them. The cadets on the other -S' J

Itrmll and Italian students at the to whose ability as a financierand Judge Pearce has taken the matter hand smashed the opposing line at will and 2r .i ."i.

A ",.WlTfcrtlty. today, the fight arising from business man is due the recent industrial : under consideration, but has taken'no their end runs were spectacular. Forty fifty 1.
A :Qt recent trouble at Innisbrouck.Tfce advancement of the South action. and teventy.yard runs were made frequently = i
Germans took the AmerIcan Gainesville sun. a
republic. In Ecuador Jlr
COMMITTED SUICIDE ON SHIP. In of Ocala's defeat it .-!- We Are Agents For -
started singing the "Wacht Am I Itte. I Harman is a bigger man than any of explanation 1 J

." with uncovered beads and (lethal f i the frequently succeeding presidents. Woman Kills Herself with 'a Revolveron is just to say: that her team had never "Golden New Model" 3-Rolier <
1 ceded all the other students re- and it is hinted that whenever there is Ocean Liner. before played the game and perhapsmore Tl)6) 1

110". theIr hats. :I: a new revolution, the one that has his New York, Nov. 14. A telegram than hal'of the team had never

Tie Italians SlaTS and other none i i! support generally wins out. received by way of the wireless station witnessed and didn't know a Vertical Cane Mills
Ii-Cnnw ftfuted to do so, whereupon ., Backs home is in Florida. To bring at Nantucket says Mrs. Sophie a game L .4

e tke Teutons forcibly knocked off their 1! about a speedy trial he assigned his Weld! a passenger believed to have i "touch-down" from a "tackle." To
The latest and most mills the market. We '
up-to-date cane put on j
fi ponents' headgear and trampled claim against Harman to a friend. been from Chicago has committed suicide win a game under such conditions
I I have them in.stock. If not convenient to call and examine, write Uj, 1
'ht bats and caps In the dust. The I Harry M. Samson, who lives in South aboard the steamer Kaiser Wil- ,
dosn't need very much crowing. and will send return mail circular full j
I we by giving description:
Italians then started a counter-demon. i Nyack, Rockland county. The suit is helm II, which sailed from this portlast you

," ",Itration oa the university steps and ; brought in the supreme court of that Tuesday. The report stated that '-A- Card. -

a t.till the oatlonal hymn of Italy. The : county to avoid the congestion of the she killed herself with a revolver. Our other specialties are American stud Elhtooil Hog; '; .i

I .Germans then attacked the Italians I I New York ,courts. Officials of the steamship company This is to certify that all druggistsare and Cattle Proof Field Fence; Salt, Door and }

;lad drove them' from their position. I Tie!: case will probably be reached have no information regarding the authorized to refund your moneyif HlimU; Turpentine, )11-I and Hilling: Suppliesas -!

!-r fj'Uo's and umbrella were freely used some time next week.,, Henry J. Mayer matter, and the name Sophie Weis! Foley's Honey and Tar fails to well as a full stock i of General Hardware i

!U4 may head were cracked, but no I is counsel for the plaintiff. Ex- does not appear on the passenger list. cure your cough or cold. It stops and More A nice line of Enameled, Cop ::.; 1

I., lrrtttl were made, U the fighting was I i Stcator Lexow will defend Harman. The latter does! contain, however, the the cough and heals the lungs. Prevents perruul Xickle-platcd Cooking Utensil .

I (&&aed to the unlTersltlts' precincts. II I name of Adam Weis, of Chicago. So J pneumonia and will cure incip- :fi

it M4 I I COMELY GIRL A HORSE THIEF. far as seafaring men could recall, this ient consumption. Contains no : a

ITHREE NEGROES ARE ARRESTED.twtpicted I is the first instance in many sears; opiates- and is safest for children. MflRION HARDWARE COMP NY. { J

i She Can't Resist Temptation to Take when a passenger on. one of the big Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and .
Fine Animals. liners has committed suicide in any insist having it. Stops the Successors to Hubbard & Macdnff. v
ef Miss Lynah at I upon --
Savannah, Ca.Savannaa !; Louisville, Ky., Nov. 14.-Misa other means than jumping overboard. I cough and heals the lungs. Sold by OCALA, '- FLORIDA.
: Edith Londerback an unusually pret-
: F Ga. Nov. 14.-Three are Postoffice Drug Store. m
ty girl, 15 years of age, pleaded guiltyto Accidentally Kills Relative. -. -
i mti were made by the police of ne-I the charge of horse steallng and Spartanburg, S. C., NOT. 14.-A Back From Their Bridal Trip 7-

I i fron suspected of Implication in was sent by Judge Pryor to the Schoolof white man named Newman, at Mill OATSTEXAS _
: frights that hate been caused Miss I Reform until she attains her ma Springs, quarreled Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Max Xeuberger, who

",KotM tynah the daughter of one of! jority.It with his brother-Inlaw. named Hoibert were married in Augusta Ga., two

: .tie abet prominent families. socially, i was with the admission that she He went to his home and secured weeks arrived home Friday from
who recently baa been ago, RUST PROOF and
el Savannah
I always possessed an uncontrollable de- a shotgun. A relative named
:UmtfeQfel with a revolver' by a nero their bridal trip, which included a
sire to own a fine horse and buggy Newman, a young boy tried to dissuade
taaa and terrified by a rough note i and had for years been fighting him from the fight and seized visit various cities in Georgia and 90 DAY,

ttr *ifnlni her with dettn. I agaJnst the inclination to appropriateone hold of the gun. In the scuffle the the bride's, former home at Gainesville .full pounds to the bushel :
of 23
Dnpite the arrests the mystery t wherever she found it, that she weapon was discharged, and as a result Fla. .

the burglar and the Urrlfying note made the plea. the boy bled to death. The elder ,

: feu DOt been solved. I Twice she has found it impossibleto Newman went on until he found Hoi- Mr. and Mrs. Neuberger are at OCALA SEED STORE S
U the meantime, so serious is thenervous resist the temptation and both pert: again and killed him. Newman home to their friends at the residenceof ,

cotidltlon of Miss Lynah her I times she fell into the hands of the surrendered. Mr. and \ rs. J. Starr Sternberger.A .
family are watching her closely I law. Upon the first occasion she escaped ,

.' 1pard aNast another such fright. a penalty. Before making her Illinois Bank Robbed. A Small Visitor. I

nl' fear It would mean her death. plea her of friends guilty; the that girl she had wanted explainedto to be : Chicago were,notified:\0"'. 14.early Tte today Chicago of the police )IasterIaUory Liddon, jr., arrived ..e....

1 in Ocala at 7:30 o'clock Friday morn-
Wreck on Oregon Shcrt; Line put some place where she would no. robbery of the Bank of Rio at Rio, We keep a full stock ot
*; Ogden. Utah. Nov. ll.-Westbound be tempted with the sight of good- Ill., by eight men who secured! $2,0i- I ing and is on a visit to his parents, :

9ffllD Short Line Passenger train looking horseflesh and well-kept vehicles. in cash and escaped. Rio is a small Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon at the : LOOK FOR Old Joe, I i

i itO I and an eastbouad freight collld-1 i< By spending several years in town on the Burlington, about 10 miles home of his grandparents, Mr. and THE SEAL .1S
Wyo. today. Both the School of Reform she hopes to north of Galesburg. After blowing! Old Velvet I }
;td B* T Granger, Mrs. B. J. Potter. He will remain in : ,
x i fetralss were going at a high rate of outgrow the mania. open the bank with dynamite and securing .

i ,epaed and were derailed, going over the money the robbers boardeda Ocala permanently. a;V g',, Old McBrayer, I
ta embankment ten feet high. Both GIVES BANQUET TO TOWN. hand-car and rode rapidly away
engineer and one fireman, names unkaowiL. towards the south. The sheriff pursued Tyrolean Queen. : Mark Rogers,

; Freight Conductor Latham, Farmer-Wins Much Money on Etection them to a point where they had The cantata, "Tyrolean Queen," :

!JJaU Clerk Sherman of Cheyenne, a and Gives Blowout. rat outdistanced him. will be presented at the Opera House Old Charter,

and two passengers, Sussex Wis., Nov. 14-Joseph Mars. Vt
tar repairer The best
.I tame unknown are known to have ; den a farmer of this place, made so Negro Admits Firing Mill. Thanksgiving evening. : ML Vernon, I
1 rho; l.1ned. : much money on election bets that he Tlfton. Ga.. Nov., 14.Berry George, talent of Ocala will be seen in the

has given aa oyster supper to the entire % negro, was captured this evening presentation and the soloists will be : Cascade and II
: charged with applying the torch to the
town. supported by a chorous of forty !i it
1 H
1 f Miners to Reeelve Raise In Wages.BJraiBgbam. The banquet was spread in the town Tifton knitting mills, which were fired ;r

Ala, Nov. H.-It baa hall and the giver of the feast rode last night He stubbornly denied have voices 1 Other High :
1 :' that the commercial coal0ltltCrt knowledge of same for sometime .
kl+ra settled to the hall in a wheelbarrow pushedby ing any ""
j > will pay, commonclnc next a defeated bettor, to the accompaniment but when pinned down, confessed Does't Respect Old Age. I 1 m I
1 1IiOUUi.. tit advance of 2Vi cents pea' of the Sussex band and followed that he1 got the matches and two other It's shameful when youth fails to Grade Whiskies.

l toG: for dl'ffh f coal demanded. by the by a torchlight procession, negroes set fife to the building. show proper respect for old age, but -- P
coal: miner with whom they B'.gnedcootracta which included every able-bodied man just the contrary in the case of Dr. CHOICE I
IM .Jut fTfce open shop and boy in the surrounding neighbor Ice Damages Cotton. I King's Xew Life Pills. They cut off : TABLE 1VLXES.
aafeea operated by the Tennessee Coaljttia 1 hood. Hope Ark., Nov, 14. Early Friday I maladies no motter how severe and I

t = and lUllway company and the and Ohio. I, a. drizzling rain set in and the fallingi irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, When obtaintd at Ocala Hfl ear:+A x --

a-SbelIieW companjf hue alread Wreck on Baltimore Nov. ll.-The westbound i I temperature soon changed it to sleet, jaundice, fever, constipation all yieldto House Wine Room's will c r;' .

1, 1 aI4tbat they will grant the same Washington, on the Baltimore -j! and this section, is covered with' a this perfect pill. 25c, at Tydings.. give entire satisfaction to i ,' .
Louis express, .
is due to tarfettttr St. i of lea. The cotton in the i
tdv emu, Tk advance taking a siding near i heavy coat & Co., drug store. m the most exacting of con ,' P ,
prevalllci; for pig iron. and Ohio, ; field is being damaged badly and this .
price --- I
an eastboundPittsburg noisseurs. We can supplyyou '1 vat
side-awiPe by a k ,
)ere. was weather will doubtless have its effect Notice. ..
f I t A ....r.Cloo. limited today and five pasten I the crop. The bolls which have with a delightful Sher- dku.6 trY

I' .horl1 Ib--To bit honest. old fellow, S ers were injured. Only the real I i upon not opened were killed by the ice. The Board of Medical Examinersfor at 1 25, a most delicious .

::4 rm wpWljr groMnj dissatisfiedwith car a Pullman coach, was struck. TLe! the fifth judicial circuit of Florida Claret at a 1.00 or the ( J -

.7 own company. Jokeleigii-! Greatir,4tratt injured are C. Comrad. Pullman conductor i Arrested Soon After Wedding. will meet in the city of Ocala at most luscious of Ports at w s {
Why (! '11'* yon marry and Join scalp wounds. :Mr. and)Mrs Rome. Ga-, NOT. 14.-A Cincinnati 1.25
romantic the office of Dr. S. H. Blinch, on Dec. per
j tom. rlub 1-"0" :1)1'S. Palmer St. Louts, light inJurlw s special here says. "The
.. Arthur H. Wilson age IT. 11th for the examine .
Joyce, foot bruised.P1 j I marriage of 1904, purpose-of
Srlrral t, I..loa. Knoxvjlld family to a
'''14 tea Letth oJt night ateameoJatht"t )-, dl Guilty. i, of concert a well hall known singer, was made known ing applicants for certificates to prac- WINE ROOMS
i .i
1 want to go Haa. i tice medicine in the state of Florida. OC0LA HOUSE
+, rm w slw-py. Chicago., Nov. 14.-Herman at police headquarters, when the lad ,
Motber-Uut you are in bed funds from i, S. H. RLITCH, Pres,
embezzling by
I .. U4. durged with under arrest for obtaining money fl
tiy. at-r. t. UJ-Xo. I'm not. I'm in Corn Exchange National bank I, fraudulent check appealed to deteci I.< Ocala, Fla.' OCALA; FLORID!{

efeett of drawers.-Ercbance. Pleaded guilty today: and was sen- i i tires to comfort his bride and sec that H. M. TAYLOR M. D. Sec., .-..............
penitentiary for i 1 ll.ljj: V .iJ's u1 a: Fla. '
fence to the effects were given to ner.' rJrt
+ d1 ttt'f\Unr day I* the scholar I t &

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:1 TORN i :'JUNG MAN'S NECK NEWS TERSELY TOLD. It Will -r m Mm& ymiis&sssm

: It is reported that the Boxers o! 'c': have just received our Fall line of t
China are planning another uprising.

s WITH DYNAMITETerrific I IS BROKEN BY FALl Prominent Democrats of .Nebraska 1 ,
PayYou I
I have declared against: the poke of 1 I'll' 1
fusion with the Popu sts. I I

Explosion Follows Fire Not Known Whether AccidentalOr James !JL Bowman, an aged citizenof j : You have any Real Estate: i III
DeKalb fell dead r _
county if to sell, ,Ii Ii
Much Property Destroyed.MANY Intentional Friday while eating dinner. I OR i i l l i

Robert Salter, a merchant, of Atllt 1 y

ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED; HE WALKED FROM A WINDOWA ta, committed suicide Friday night Uy t thinking .of coming. '

taking ,2 ounces of laudanum. IF'You're to Florida,for a hon.e, 1 1 he largest stock in Ocala. We give you

Platt;'." Windows and Show Cases Young Drug Clerk Meets With a Its definitely anaourted that least
for the money.
Secretary John Hay will remain in OR G the _
Within a Radius of Two Blocks Mysterious Death in AtlantaHadBeen .' .
President Roosevelt's cabinet.
Were Shattered by Explosion-Cause in Bad Health for Some Time. ir You desire to invest in xu.y

of Fire Unknown. Home In Lincoln Co. Georgia.! Ga-\7tIJe Gus out Hinton hunting a young near Washington white man ft" kind of Florida property't .1. Chambers Shoe Company,

Knoxville Tenn. Nov If-Fire siot at a rabbit and killed a negro. I 't:
ac- Atlanta. Nov. 14.-Paul Fortscn a TO SEE i The One Trice !oute. _
r eompanied by a terrific cynamite or drug clerk 23 years of age, walkei Jack Bone the Rome, Ga. murderer 's'' to OCALA, PI1.JMIP4JMJ1 \.
powder explosion, occurred on the ill- from a window of his boarding house must hang for his crime. II* OR WRITE OPER''HOUSE. BLOCK -

fated east side of Gay street early this 177 Lockie street, at 5 o'clock Saturday kflled! Z. T. Hall, a well known farmer. ia :S. :!I.Z"lIIr aaCyc S JrrQ''tii&m"f 17 r

morning. The total loss is placed at morning. !l! The citizens of Montgomery, Aliu .
.lI I G m -
I'I J.
about 1250,000, which, it is thought His neck was, broken and death was are blaming the police of that city'fc* -
la almost entirely covered by insur almost instantaneous. not probing more fully into the deathof

ance. Several persons were injured. Fortson was taken to the Grady hospital I young Hendricks. OCALA. FLORIDA. c. I. GRACE:' .

They are: but died on his way to that All the associations controlling tin _
Fireman J. B. Hawkins, both legs institution.
prices of steel will meet in New York Successor to Central lumotr Co.
fractured. Portion had been In ill health for next week to revise prices to suit the i: DR. COOKON Dealer inKiln
Fireman Thomas Duncan, left leg some time. It is not definitely known conditions of the market I
laoerat&d and bruised otherwise. whether he walked from the window I and Dressed Lumber Dried FloorinJC eiiin .
John Roberts Rough ,
a prominent liveryman
Fireman James Torbert James Huf- in his deep or jumped ia a delirium }! BLADDER TROUBLES
taker John Campbell Charles Dunslord Portion lived in Lincoln, Ga. He of Cedartown, Ga., was > seriously! j i and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
i bruises shot Friday by a young white man,! Bladder troubles make life miserable to Manufacturer of .
slight and cuts. I j I was the son of Mrs. W. B. Wright. He II|: ,
)Eli LJeber, badly cut about the head i|i had been in Atlanta for several yean Russell Sewell, of that town. I i those who safer from them, and unless Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

and face and right arm seriously ;: as a drug clerk, having worked at Frederick Ewe who was arrested !in they are promptly; overcome they are cer- Window Frames, Mantels Church beats, Pulpit, School
truUed. ;: Jacobs' Daniel's and Sharpes drug Jersey City on charges preferred by I lain to cause serious conditions Inflammation
I I Desks and Seats Combined and Tables I am coD itantlyreceiving
J. W. McMalrJn small girls, was found dead in his ce'J' I ,
finger injured by ;: stores. He had been out of employment of the bladder Is becoming more
firing metaL for some time and had only re- Friday. The doctors say he died of i and more common and when neglected It Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

, R. 0. Jones, of New Orleans, cut cently returned to Atlanta from his fright. 'I' develops ulceration and this may be fol- sizes. Mail ciders. attended to promptly

and stunned by a fall. home in Lincoln. Two battalions of the Sixteenth U. j i lowed by perforation and death. The irri- ....4.<1 u.
Fireman Charles Adams!, blow in he His body was taken to Patterson's S. infantry stationed at Ft. McPherson table condition that demands frequent
,, ay!!j e!;;, ne..5ar nSc NE; ...'" ..
< Dick undertaking establishment. Funeral Ga., will go to St. Louis ta evacuation during the night as well as day cE5 u I eerz -

Howard San urg, cut on forehead. arrangements hire not yet been made. ]i guard the exhibits of the world's fair time,ia a source of great mortification and

Charges Hawkins, cut by glass. i t I at the close. of the exposition. |.discomcomfort to old and young. I WE EAT MEAT _
Jllis Rosa Romadore cu on head by CHARGED WITH KIDNAPING GIRL, :
i It is now known that Julius Weber Dr.-Cook, of Chicago an authority on -I
tailing glass. ; and his family of Auburn, Col., were kidney and bladder troubles, says! ; To grow HMD*. U&Jttui we 31
Samuel Franklin leg ani face cut Serious .
Charge Faces Citizen of D*
murdered Thursday night by an as- "It is impossible to find a single agent goat meat wp I
ti and bruised. catur I may M wrtl 'In
County. 1 eassin, and their house was set afire that Is a specific for this class of troubles, r
The dynamite which exploded was Bainbridge, Ga.. Xov. 14.-Alic* to cover the crime. m ,,,, it ftioQv. Tbrr if IHI btrrtiglhin
j because there are so many different structures
la a chest on the sidewalk in front of Shelton was kMnaped last night by. I
tough tuv+alhnt.
The friends of Captain Thomas J.j involved In the organs. However
the Woodruff building the chest of 0. N. Sutton proprietor of a barroomon
Lyon, of Cartersville. Ga., are congrat. we are able to combine the best knows I It t.krr MirciJK. diirr
explosive had been removed by the Water street. Parties searched
plating him on having won the first remedies and obtain most excellent r;,
firemen and the second chest exploded all night but no clew was' found until II t ; It. It p<*y* (o ix* ".r.',,' In
of offered for the best mineral :
prize J200 colts. The known FOLEy'lKmny
preparation as
before it was possible to get it this morning. ,
display at the state fair at :Macon. ) CUBE la an ideal combination i[ buying nti>itt-->HH tttfr to ,ePtR
tray from danger. The girl's wrap and two safety pins I r .,) tho
The fire WM under good headway were found in the bottom of the buggy Lonnie Higttower, a negro was I use it exensively in ny practice and find t 1t I'e"e trader Mhttlt lf't'.

when discovered, the entire interiorof Sutton had used all night. Sutton found dead Friday night near Arlington J, it can ba employed successfully in every s del: J A Pays llttlt,runrr (fit-Mi I<.a04

the building being practically gnt- was seen with the girl yesterday afternoon. Ga., with a bullet hole near the form of kidney and bladder trouble." s : put xmit'thiuv .h. your kfHiuiirttwhlf
Ud. Thus the dynamite was hot when He gave her fruit and complimented heart. The cause is not known. Ha j, FOLET'S KIIWKY CCBE la an hones "SI G !(
the firemen reached the scene. her on her beauty. is supposed to have met with foul preparation. It is not a decoction of some 1 .,r' '': ,1 'n-:. i !b will pat< :$..I, ..o jrt.r -

A number of otters sustained cuts The girl is only 11 years oldand, play. | hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to 151ei u boned and *" ..or HM lit j ttt

from eying .glass but none are seriously very beautiful. It is reported that Cornelius Van- j be a cure a1L Common sense tells us ,s, r veins ,.
hurt Button was arrested early this morn derbUt will shortly accept a positionin that such preparations have but little if

The fire originated from an unknown in:. He at first refused to talk. the diplomatic service, and in this : any value. FcLEf's KIDNEY CUBE contains EDWARDSBROS.Steps .

ti cause In the Woodruff Hardware Sentiment ran high, and there was connection( the post of first secretary : all the best known agents used by l? 2 anil 4 Clly Maihrl, Octita, Tin.Have .
company's 7-fitory building, which talk of lynching him unless he told of the American embassy at Berlin ia kidney and bladder specialists combined

. was reduced to ashes, causing a Ion where the girl was. Then he said mentioned. in a manner that renders them most effective T!iW' 7uCJ-.M1 1 L.-JrI J 1hLJ u'uN 'L JC L.rrNJ'Ct.9 M1 f p ,,__I. 1f'.I'" ."jI

now estimated at 175000. he had carried her to the home of Emperor William Intends, according and pleasant to take. In even the most ,_ .,
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The recently completed 5-story marb BM Russell! near' MImsville, Baker, !
to a dispatch from 'Berlin, to gar j| hopel ls cases its use gives relief and
-: front building occupied by the Cable county 30 miles from Bainbridge; that many of the valuable objects now- on : when taken in time cannot help, hut cure ll
Plano company was wrecked by the I hs wanted to provide a better boms exhibition:: in the German building at [ "
I every fore of kidney or bladder trouble. fUcr M MHr.[
' explosion, and the the G-etory Arnold I for the child; that ste was not treat&i the St. Louis world's fair to the Amerj j l I
Henegar &; Doyla wholesale shoe housjwa I veil b> her parents. He said he did lean nation. P.r fffi.- .- DrugSfoV.'
: damaged by both fire and water. i her >:o harm. i d' SS 4
Cury C. Cochran, son of Join Goch': you decided on tlte kitnl
.. ntH latter buildings were north and : The sheriff and a posse left immediately : | >l
ran, of Cleveland, Too!!.. committed
1 fertilizer
south of the Woodruff block respec i itheIr. for :Jlimsville, but Sutton's Ir. tit you are going t.) tees tit.. '
suicide Friday at the home of his
f As a result of the explosionImost 1 lawyer and uncle left a few minutes brother-in-law, John Ryner, by shootins1 t t not $ question of how lHtu*h. but
all window glasses and ; ahead of the sheriff hard. '
mazy driving what kind
: .
himself through th ehead witha a v\n t q" fMfjcan
showcases in nearly every store with : Sutton's tale is not belzevai by
revolver.. tO obtain wl
in a radius of two blocks or the fir:: many. It is thought! te is playicj muke a
was shattered. I for time! and trying to hide the girl G. W. Pattie, of Dyer, TeniL, was i y t: mistake when you n* our hilt giad

The streets were completely showered I out: till he has arranged matters. tilled! by a freight train at Jackson, I a'V fertilizers

with fragments of glass. I j Others believe the girl may be Ten., Friday. He was on his way I v Ii

The blaze was confined to the WoOd. I foully deadt with perhaps murdereij to the state asylum accompanied by I I r Highestcuh prici: pii-l for dry! bones
ruff block, the firemen doing admire i *is Eon, and as. the train approachedhe

tie work. This firm was burned out j Assaulted with Hatch t.i fled and was instantly killed. crf FERTILIZER MF'S.Gainesville ;OllAU

entirely in 1897. when almost every 'j i Gainesville,, Ga., Nov .-Thomas President Roosevelt.. visit the :
building this came block was burred ;' Wilson of Benton, severely cut and world's fair at St Leak Nov. 26. fU..

nUili&g a loss of more than t I t injured John LIpscomb with a hatchet: King Edward has ordered the royal I

million dollars. Subsequently serious t The wounds inflicted are severe and ,. salute to be fired over the remains _
fire within this block were in 1899, i painful, but not considered dangerous. of Paul Kruger when they reach their UNIVERSITYOF

1902 and February of this year. 1 I The difficulty arose In a dispute over final resting place in South Africa. McMillan

t an amount of house rent Both men The mining town of Anaconda, CoL Bros

DEMOCRAT CLAIM MARYLAND. are well known, Mr. Lipscomb baring was practically wiped out by fire last

I been for some time a resident of this night Fully 100 frame structureswere

.- But Tabulating of Returns Not Yet I city. He lire at present in Grene deetroyed. An eetlcate of the FLORIDA Southern Copper Works

Completed. I..I vine S. C. Wilson was arrested by total loss is 25,000. No damage .
Baltimore Nor. 11.-Though the officers of Banks county. His son, was done to the maay large and valuable !-
counting of the ballots in Baltimore! ( who was present when the difficulty shaft houses of mines in the

has been completed the board of eleo :j occurred, was""* also. .arrested.r** I tow*. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills!
lion supervisors is still engaged la'' .
tabulating the vote and will not finish Metal Workers Form New Union. I and General Metal Workers

this work until\ late today or perhaps New York Nov. 14.-According to Rlk1I I FOR .. 4

-< Monday. I, an announcement by a representative MAL
The indications still point with a In this dty of the executive commission "C'J.;-,J.S. t New Gymnasium
certainty to the. election of &ev.en of the International Association aplfnasciy l'uippsd. Old Stills taken in exchange for
et T T T 7 A Ls rge Faculty cl Most now onefl.
DemorcatU and one Republican eleo of Machinists that body and the Allied I I I SJ ij lY .l i.| Scholarly BptdaluU.Y through the country n specialty. Ontrr by Patching mall
tors but even this result will probably Metal Trades have completed IHE 1 t 1Pg.* ? A.L.C. e. Our motto: wire will receive prompt attention at either or
L -i of the
sot be officially confirmed until Lhiatat plans for the amalgamation. The 'B I > of Soua41'roralsthtAasl.Good CltiztQkhlp.! folkwing works . .

board of canvassers meet and examine -, new organization will have a memberj i j Holly Springs, iliss., March z{, 1903
: the work of county boards. chip of 100,000 and will be known While building railroads in Tennessee !I ':&. -', : SE: P3ZSlSZST, LAb City, T ,
Both side claim the state and R. as the International Association of some twelve years ago a number of hands -. ---- FAYETTil/ILLE, N. C.
publican State Chairman Hanna Machinists.Boy. contracted fever and various forms oi SAVANNAH OA.
collector Stone. Republican leader blood and skin diseases. I carried S.S.S. 1/CI %rERld ,11 A (}fA ) : FLA MOBILE ALA
in my commissary and gave it to my hands ,
have announced that if the electoral! Tried To Kill Baby. .
with most gratifying results. I can recom- ..
Tote of Maryland fe not declared for Appleton, Wis.. Nov 14.-Two little mend S.S.S. as the finest preparation for '. ,-- --- -:.. ;,, -

Roosevelt they will contest the result eons of Mr. William Krausch, of Center :Malaria, chills and fever as well as all 4 : ; 'if1!? '( Sli.
fa the courts.Kentucklant. have tried blood and skin diseases. W.I.McGowL1q. r: "
to cut their Kl
lei's head off after seeing their baby"sis mother- ," A"M.; "JJ'fZ.. .._". .......jJ, 11'11"I"I'I"II"I"I'II""II'tI'II'.tI'tft1fttrl11'I'tI""ttrt' " ' "
suffered 1l1f
and Gypsies In Battle. I greatly from Boils, which
cut the heads off of several chickens.
Somerset, Ky. Nov. 14. In would break out on different parts of my FUNERAfull
The little fellows laid the baby's headon body., I saw S. S. S. advertised and after | STANDARD PIANOS.
tle at Alpine, this
county between a a block and the oldest Vjy lifted an using about three bottles I was cured :iL
land of gypsies and several of the cab ax and struck the baby girl's neck and for the last three years have had &c DffibCrrO '::18. -
liens John McKee Anderson Freeman trouble whatever. A. W. Z Bn. ::: .
He failed to touch her at >first In
and as f oir :
and Dr. Kaln... of the citizens' crowd he 217 Read St, Evansville, Ind. ? tMrtj lUll d -
and some of the gypsies whose names raised the ax to strike a second lfavrn clock' of ('Coffin. f!Iubh -... ,c. elperle::i wo JUT kisam
time he was stopped by a farmer who I == ,
began using S. S. S.probably tea
could! your and Burial Outfit. >
: not be HftCUl
shot jfivtu
ascertained were happened to drive for Malaria and blood (o 'TlfT pm
by and saw what years ago troubles, =: I 3. W.
Freeman and McKee are dying while Burial tervicer, 2 0 2E
the children were doing. proved so good that I have con. be" then '
others will probably die. Shotguns !,! tinned ever since using it as a family :::: *m tri tat .
and ri toU were used by both sider. remedy. It is a pleasure for me to recommend Embalming to Order := &bpte ta cur trot cHaUl d! !

The gypl were on their way south S. S. S. for the benefit of others ... .. eon3itlou. W"I
; Cubans ---
i : ;;f
> Touring South. who are needing a first rate blood purifier -- = /sf
and had pitched their camp near the New Orleans an ex. tonic and cure for Malaria. -.. eli =!lU k flU Orua Rt. :f
seining camp. ,I Arkansas City, Ark. C. C. HE uxcwaY. E
tended tour of the w.
south and west durJ hopi b io1lU
Jerry Burnett :::: 7:1 hi
Shooting Rats Kllla Himself. lug which he visited the ripe fields -
Boils abscesses dark lau .
sores, or yellow cL'un Sa fa
Savannah Oa-. Nov. 14.-Paul Keller I of Louisiana and Texas and the agricultural splotches and debility are some of the >N f W. x.
a prominent farmer of that county !i and mining industries of theI symptoms of this miserable disease. Merchant E p awt mAr fI5n4S 5.7 n. f

', new Meinhaxd, accidentally shot I I Mississippi Valley an dapent some time S.S.S..counteracts and removes from the s A nusut ta tent 1 feM tttl,
and killed hhnslef. He had driven i: at the St Louis exposition Hon. Man. blood all impurities

from his! home farm to another farm.'i: uel Diaz Cuban secretary of a -ricul-: and builds and pouoni up the Tailoring. ==

he was operating; He carried his tare, returned here today. A commit" entire system. It Uguaranteed

rifle with him to shoot rajs. Late in tee of the profre -e mrion met him apureavcgetatle teak, Florida '
the afternoon a* .he did not return on his arrival and, showed him much S S fr reme LUDIEN) GA1PBELL

home. March for him was made andI attention. Mr. Dlu trip is expected a dy.teal Write advice formed or Finest Imported anti. S SUIT CO. ;
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his body was found In the barn of the ;I x> brink important trade benefits U ''pecla1lnr jy Domestic Cloths, f .

!arm b'. bad. Tlslta4.I. i i i. -Cuba. and the United States. He sails non about case. Cutting a 0/Pcalt! Headquarters
; today iv Havana. Fbe Swart Specific y Jacksonville Fla.
Company, Atlanta, Ci, Fits OUQfAnt ,
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_i WHY. mere existence for himself"and family tax sales..u.., .. ..._, 95.74

is taxed to pay for police and SCHOOL lB BOARD! MELTING. : WE WANT 1I
/raping' IM $South- Chicago Sub. other receipts.-._ 357.78 i
potectlon of the men and their .
settler Wrtttt' a Disbursed during Octoter......... 345.06 I.
Letter property, who by unjust laws are EVERY GRO\VER IN THE STATETO

CHICAGO ILL, Nov. 10, MM.Tt robbing the consuming public and The board of public instruction in Balance in treasury. ....._. 12.72 HAVE OUR BOOKS
U.Editor ot tht Oats Banner
: piling up millions annually, without and for Marion county, Florida, met Reports for special districts were
PEAS 8-Before this approved as follows: "FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete manual on Florida crops.
reaches the strain of a muscle. The demo- this the 7th day of November in regu- "FLOB1DA OBANQ2S"-Book of special interest to Orange Growers.

you, you and your readers, will be crats who had stood firmly for these lar session with G. S. Scott chair- RECTS. DISBD. BAL. "FLORIDA STBAWBZSBIZS"-Booklet" on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation, and

advised of the great victory of Ocala $29.88 $29.88 Fertilization.
plutocracy reforms were disheartened, and man; B. R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham "IBISH POTA.toES"-Booklet on "Soil Seed, Planting and Cultivating Effect
McIntosh 66.07
over democracy. The resultof thousands 9.73 56.34: of Fertilizers Digging and Shipping." :.
remained present.
tide election show away from the Belleview 208.69 56.15 152.54 "PINEAPPLE FESTrLIZW special interest to pineapple growers

clearly whitherwe polls and others diverted their votesto Minutes of last meeting were read antville 105.63 15.48 90.15 "IDEAL FESTTLISE2S"-Book showing all our different brand, analyse,

are drifting as fast as the wheelsof unnellon prices, etc.NEW .
Watson 8.32
or Debs whom they claim- and approved.L. 8.32 .
time revolve. Every democrat Reddick 60.72 47.65 13.07 AND REVISED EDITIONS OF ABOVE JUST
in ed were the true democrats. Thereis M. Sherouse_appeared before the
the land will be Pine Level 22.36 4.41 17.95 ASKING
Undying for theca a big moral to be gleaned from board and claimed that he could not

table after hU horse
ia stolen. ,
It modern democracy should learn that Red lick with the one horse wagon as Citra 179.83 134.99 44.84

may not be assuming too much for I it will never do to abandon a single he had twenty to convey which was Griner Farm 83.08 18.38 64.70 Jacksonville, Florida

me, an obwure democrat, who has Buck Pond 13.85 lOiOO: 3.85 --
principle for which Bryan contended.The entirely too many for the wagon; -
Sparr 30..75 2.20 28.52
beta voting for democratic
principles that he was now working two horses
common people must be assured
Candler 16.55 2.43 14.12 <
(or a full half century, to briefly state that the democracy are earnestly and thought the board should pay I Fellowship 49.40 2.00 47.40 COMMISSIONERS x OF !> ....

the srlndlal CAUN which have resulted ,working for the good of the masses. more than $18 permonth. The board I Electra 30.60 94 29.66 \

to disastrously to the principles Selfish interests control the republican agreed to pay Mr. She-ouse $25 per Blitchton 3.74 3.04 70 RAILROADS MEET i \41 LLQT&EXPRESS

of democracy and the principles party, and no matter who the month and have a larger wagon pro- Martel 123.16 2.27 120.89 I '
Ft. King 2.04 55 1.49 .
upon which our government was candidate is, they vote together for vided he would furnish two horses PREPAID ,
Capulet 53.43 46.85 6.58
founded and the only principle upon their selfish purposes. The great fight and see that it, was driven by a responsible Linadale 23.67 6.69 26.98Cotton Birmingham Entertaining That : AQ

which government can long endure. must be made on that ground and it person. Mr. Sherouse was Plant 11.31 10 00 1.31 Body This Week.

ne south, let me add, has always will not do to yield a point. The great also instructed to require Mr. Knob- Totals $1310.78- $397.20- $913.58- :

stood unflinchingly for honest democratic : mass of people are in favor of demo- lock, Mr. Snell and Mr. Yongue to MOST OF STATES REPRESENTED' 6 Q

government, with the single cratic principles without any string walk until the new wagon can be Robt. Kaiser With Ocala Ice & Packing 9QZ45.9T
President Smith of the Association Delivers
exception of Missouri this election. attached thereto. It is very humil- made, the three pupils named being Co.-Messrs. Meffert & Taylor. '-

a Strong Address In Opposition :
I &01 shocked that the state of Missouri iating in view of these facts that fully about grown.
Mr Robert Kaiser whose likeness to Government Ownership of
where it WM my good fortune 50,000 democrats in this city remained Mr. J. S. Jennins appeared before

to spend a few of the best years of my away from the polls and more than the board and caimed that a majority apPears below, and who for the past Railroads.

a life, should have accepted or beenInftu.nced that number threw away their voteson of the patrons cl the Fairfield two seasons has been with the Benjamin Birmingham Ala., Nov. The

school wanted his Brothers as superintendent of sixteenth annual contention of the National
by plutocratic wealth to other candidates, while very many daughter to con- / eta
their meat packing department, has association of railroad commissioners
abandon their principles of Justice and Bryan democrats voted straight for tinue teaching. lae matter was referred -
bega nhere today ith a large
accepted a position with the Ocala
honor But such the to the trustees: :r.d they are
are facts. It is Roosevelt, either through spite at attendance present including state

only another evidence that the foundation the treatment of Bryan in the national asked to take some tf'-i'.is! action as Ice and Packing Company, Messrs. railroad commissioners and deputy Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 619 W.

to whether Miss Jenal is desiredor Meffert & Taylor, and will in a fewda's commissioners from almost every statein
of oar liberties are being undermined convention, or that they believed ,,o I Bay St. Jacksonville Fin
be to take of all the the union.
ready care
by the combination of cap- that with such backers as not and the board Will approve I II I Scores of
commissioners came in NOTICE.
fresh meat that be to
IUL It grieve me to think that Belmont Hill, Olney, Cochran and their action.A I I may brought last night and this morning from the -
that; institution for storage.Mr. la the Circuit Court of the Fiftk
each great and good men as Senator many others who bolted the ticket in petition signed by the patrons of south and east and shortly before the Florida Marion JwUdal Ctne'tof
, CkiMtf .
Cockerel are to by cast aside as so 1896, and again in 1900, that Parker I Rock Springs, representing: 12 pupils: ..Kaiser's long experience in the convention met today a special train I I William A.Green Complainant fcroua Marry? :

the meat packing business in Cincinnati, bearing about fifty commissioners from I Green r' aL DtlrD4uta.
for school
much rubbish to make asking a pons
room for would be no better than Cleveland in
western arrived from St. Louis.
Atlanta and other cities has made states IT dent THAT .- -_
another advocate of the mother of his last administration. Had WilliamR. agreeing to furnish the house and all Mayor W. M. Drenmon welcomed the ,herein Harry Cree*.Tb feeders Or"..
him an adept in that line. Mary Grees-Davis, PredetkkCrtra, IdeM It t
tro.t Hearst been the candidate there necessary furniture and to supplement convention on behalf of the city of Bir I Hodgdon. Louie Hodjdon. Walur Hodiio*,

Bat I promised to briefly state my would have been no people's, or soc- the :,teacher's salary $10 per mingham, after which President JohnV. and John A her Hodgson husband l-errti Mi***am.i.
Smith of Ala. dellv Smiley and her husband.
Montgomery. Joseph .sift 3
mete which at this time resulted so ialist tickets in the field and the month. The school was granted pro- Manila Richard and Ian bar. me4, Sew ,
ered his annual address. In he
part gone W. Richards AIne UuUe iM tin ..*
dJaaatroualy to the cause of good democrats would have been united, vided a teacher can be cecurad. said: I be band Chaa. H. alien, and Frank U Greta
and they are hereby ordered la a
U 1M
government. save a few who should have no placein J. L. Hinton, cf Sharps Ferry, ap "If the federal government biUofcompUintinthfacattHraorWfcrtMonday

AU democrat are aware that the peared and asked for aid to carry his owned the railroads a political par. the jtk day of Dr mlr.... &/***
the party. When any party It U further ordered
that I eI IMa or
with .
ty the patronage afforded by the t
clo** of Cleveland's administration children to the Key Pond school the der be published once a week for Suit erswca. ;
abandons the interests for which the railroads and the appointment of overa tire weeks ia the OCala Banner.
left the democratic party in aVery request was refused aa tssre are not Done ihia J&th day ol October, A. D. '104.
great masses are fighting to placatea million employes could not only per. ..T. ) (.

demoralized condition; and few renegades they lose the respectof enough children to maintain a school. petuate itself in power but in a few H.L.perk Anderaon Cireait Complainanfa Court.lh""CoTas bCUOf.*" ,
L. trustee of years could bund up a monarchy, and 1rtl
William Jennings Bryan by his keen those who have fought all their Mr. J. Whisenani a -
boasted free institutions
our now
!' acuity and brilliant oratory the Belleview school, appeared and NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE- .
repUva lives to keep alive that spirit of would become the laughing stock of 1

te Impressed the Chicago na- asked for aid to carry the children of the nations. Government I
M equal rights to all and special privi- supervision

tional convention, that he was made leges to none. A doctrine so emi- Santos and community to Belleview, reasonably and justly administered and NOTICE IS cia HEREBY,. of Marcb CltEX- goy I THAT win apply Q*

not he said to the county judge of turfon cuaatr, riecw,,
government ownership
make ,
could ,
) the chosen leader; a Moses to deliver nently sound and just that no republic stating that they an for final aettlemeat and drachaift at the ad.
was to his mind, the solution of the mini tratriz of the ecuu of toiia P. Jok.nes.
democratic from the bondage average of 8, which is the required deceased.
the party can long exist that does not problem of railroad combinations.
Done this the ,
af ,
171 day October ...
. of Wall.treet. and allow me to strictly adhere to it.Yours, number to maintain a school. Aid to "Let. the railroads combine," the Mr. ?. A HOW <, -
10 II 6m
AdaiBiattauii.NOTICt. .
add right here that I honestly believe truly the amount of $1.50 per average pupil speaker continued "and combine until

was granted. A petition askingfor every mile is under one vast system
that he came nearer performingthat J. D. BACON. .
and 1 have sufficient confidence
increase in of the Lake-
an salary
duty than any other man could In our government to believe that under
Good Year for Democratic, Governors.In side colored school was refused.A In the Circuit Court of the rink J.didct0it'
have done at that time. Four years proper supervision these combinations cuit of Florida, ia and tot Uanoa fcwatj,

later he wa again selected to com- Massachussetts the democratic I petition was before the board He his since his connection with could be made a blessing Instead In Chancery.

4et the good work but the trustsla candidate for governor ran 120,000 I asking for an election to ,create a this line of business in Ocala con- .of a curse to our nation." G.s.Scott ai Receiver etc.. Complainant, Ye
| The railroads, he said owe the public C. V. McCoy and Mamie K. McCoy D fea4at.a,
ticket and
ahead of the presidential special district at Charter Oak, was
vinced those who have had
that four yean, had been gatherIng dealings the very best service at the cheap TT IS ORDERED THAT THn DXPKMPA8TS ?'

strength by the absorption and was elected.In ordered published according to law. with him that.he thoroughly understands est cost which their financial conditions I3.3JcCoy named.and they C. Ire V. hereby McCoy an4 rtq.ircd MaaM to

combination of nearly all the protected New York the democratic can. Upon recommendation of the the work of preserving and can sustain, but let us not iu our or appear before to the bill of complaint is tall CM* .a

Uulutrie of the country, and didate for governor ran 100,000 aheadof patrons of the Fantville school Mr.J. handling meats, and he asks us to an- eager desire for better service and Ifondar Use end dag
ticket.In cheaper transportation, lay our handsso It is further ordered that s copy M Otia 0f4u
the help of the to called democrats, the presidential B. George was appointed.a trustee nounce to his friends throughout the heavily upon them as to retard be pabtuhed once week tot etgM c
*in the Ocala .
whoa (>enonal interest predominated Rhode Island the democrate to fill the unexpired term of V. Fant, country adjacent to Ocala that he I progress or to result in depriving the thuthc 17th Banner.Done day of Oct A, n..I9IIC.
their desires for honest candidate for governor ran more than resigned.A will in future superintend the cold owners of their property without due auk V tcaa Clurt.
over .
L.Anderson and _
I ahead of the presidential ticket. before the board process of law. Wra. Hucitr
government; and who should have 15,000 petition was storage and packing department of 101llwOmplaiDaatl IuIkkor1.
This afternoon the commissionerswill
i In Michigan the democratic candidate the of the
ranks from ns Hope- 'the above named institution. -- -
lien promptly relegated to the I- tour the Birmingham district to ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CflfcO-
I II for governor ran 90,000 aheadof well school protesting against Frank
of the trusts, that they again uc- view the iron steel and coal Indus TORS ETCNOTICE .
the presidential ticket.In I Bagley being appointed as supervisorof The Jacksonville Sun is in big luck. tries. On Thursday afternoon they _
ablest and .
rod t'd In defeating IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CilU
Missouri the democratic can- I the school and asking privilege of The capital stock of t'1e paper has will leave on an elegant special train legatee,distnbetm cad all *."***
|**t statesmen and democrat the for a trip through Meiico. hating claim or deaaada again*the"
didate for governor ran 50,000 aheadof electing a supervisor. It was declared been increased to (50,000 and P. L. II. T.Wartmaaa. deeca.c country ever produced in the last two ytan to tilt 9 nvsy& tf
4 the presidential ticket and was that the request cound not be Sutherland and L. A. Shipman have GRAVE PROBLEMS APPEAR. ber they 1904.will be barred ThiilhC4thd (

generation. elected.In granted, as in special districts, according taken large blocks of stock and one K L ,,AdtaTaHaIA4wr -
And now come the saddest part of 10711
Colorado the democratic candi- to the state law supervisors has been made president and the Governor Vardeman Touches Politic -
all and the cause of all the woes for In
Thanksgiving Message.
date ran 25,000 ahead of the presi- are done away with and the trustees other secretary treasurer and busi- NOTICE
the wt four years if not longer. Jackson Miss., Nov. l Governor --
dential ticket and was elected.. have supervision over all schools ness manager Claude L'Engle is re- Vardaman has issued his thanksgiving;
Worn the national convention re- In the Circuit Court of the Kifth JlI4iMa iif wl
In Minnesota the democratic candidate within the district. tained as editor and as he has big, .proclamation, setting apart Nov. 24 a* of Florida, In and for Marion maty

jHiillatcJ, (or to draw It milder, ig- for governor ran 135,000 aheadof I I That Frank Bagley was not appointed original ideas the Srn .is destined to Thanksgiving day. C. S. ScoUt* Recelrtr, etcCi f4aw...t, .*.

noml the great truths that he bad The proclamation is after the usual Wm. ?Ddlet.a and Inta1&;t. ftn4kta,
the presidential ticket and was as supervisor but by requestof shine with more effulgent splendorthan Dclendanta,
dvocatal thinking to win back to style, referring to the great prosperity
asked to act ever. It is blazing out a new VT IS ORDERED THAT THB DEPWUKT
the trustees was
elected. of the state and the reason why the ." herein named Wm resdktoa sad tewla
of former
their rank the renegades The voters know how to split their as an assistant to the trustees in look- path and will give Florida a newspaper people should be thankful. C. Pendleton be and they art hereby re ...
to appear to the btU ot cam plaint It Ut riser
campaign they made the biggest unlike of the others. It The only part of the address which on or before
tickets when they wish to do so.- ing after the school. He was askedto any
ntUUke of their lives. Abandoninga remotely touches on the late Republican AfomktK tA n t claw Jawtxtry, A. tl spaE
World. ._ keep a watch on the school, see shows a metropolitan spirit and that victory is that part in which It U further ordered that copy 01 Nia.aisr
issue for which they had be published oece a week for etalit twmtutittweeks
Notice.A that the teachers: make full time, see Florida is jAun; to be a metropolitan I I he says: in the Ocala Banner ,

atrurfsioil In former years, was a the Done the*the l9tk day ot October. *. Q. rye.
state. "Grave problems
competitive examination for the that the house and furniture is not peepie a T.lt16TRPE.
fatal error. There should be no effortto of Mississippi, together with most Clerk QrftaI beet
of Sanitary Agent of abused, look after things in general! B.L. Anderson and\\. Maker
compromise truth and justice. position Special Only Makes a Dad Matter Worse. of the other southern states of this republic Solicitor tor CoatpiaiaasL ..H

the State Board of Health of Florida, and report the same to the board, and prescribed as they are in rR
The fathers did not attempt Perhaps you have never thought of NOTICE z
will be held at the office of the State and to examine teacher's report and it but the fact must be apparent to dealing with such problems by the or-

anything of the kind. Did you ever Board of Health, Jacksonville Fla., if found correct to sign the same. every one that constipation is caused ganic law of the nation which law may In the Circuit Court ol tht Fifth JadicU$tIaIf

read of Wa hingtonf Jefferson, or : be enforced by an unfriendly hand, it of Florida In and for Marioa cwnty,
from the of lack of water in the
A supervisor a symstem
request ,
to fill
December 1st, 1904,1 a vacancy will call for wisdom, courage and patriotism ta Chancery.

Jackson attempting to compromise I I caused by the resignation of Dr. Hiram the Anthony school askin the boardto and the use of drastic cathartics like of the highest order to meet G. S.Scott ai Realm' etc,eo. tal..." vt t

the principle* of our government, forth the old fashoned pills only makes a The Benjamin t. Perry and bales D. 'm,. D.*
1 Byrd. Candidates must be cit- allow W. H. Brown, the teacher the difficulties and solve them. fendaata,
parpoee winning back to its I bad matter worse. Chamberlain's right thing must be done but It must
, 40 of for time he worked on the scboolhouse TT IS ORDERED THATTHR :DK'IU'PAn
izens of Florida, not over :years Stomach and Diver tablets are much "
the aid of renegades? be done at the right time. 1 hereto named. Bu'|, F carry sad ....
Mipportin graduates of'some reputable in repairing the same was considered more mild and gentle in their effect, D. Perry br and they are hereby req'etrstt
There should have been no relaxation age, I Coal Miners on a Strike. toappeartothe bill of coaplaial tn tab i M. -
and $15 was allowed for the and when the dose ja taken
medical college, have at least a high proper on or beforeil'tndaytht
I of the great truths that the demo- education and hold work done by Mr. Brown. their action is so natural that one Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 16.- Tlie 11 Jay fI/JaellM,. JL. R. t&t

school literary oJ I hardly realize it is the effect of strike of miners on Cabin creek It ia further ordered copy of IBM tt&t
cratic party has heretofore always in a county medical society The colored school at Sparr applied can which began yesterday, affects the be published once a week for eijftt totHKt&Htweeka
insist- membership a medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle of ia the Ocala EanaerDocethiathcithdayofOct
r contended for.We should have for an increase in salary for its teacher largest mining district in the state. A D. wet, 5L
of this state. them. For sale all
by druggists. m T. *!,TnCSK.
td vigorously against the monstrous Y PORTER the same was refused. ] Operators are hiring union men a Uerk CJmtit Owri
tariff which U breeding trusts, and Health Officer. The treasurer's report was examined There is no necessity. for Mr. Hill. I miners are making threats. Seventy R.L.Axr Et M(and loUd.W......HocKca.Complainanfa .a u4wADMINISTRATOR'S .
12.1 State follows five officers are in the district,
and approved as : peace
concentrating the entire capital of to wait until,January to retire. The ;
Balance from last report. . $15.76 I and a hundred more will be put on In
the country In the hands of a few. Seeing The State Fair. Received from E. L. Carney, confluent current of events seem to I the next twenty-four hours to protect NOTICE.

We should have asked for an amendment ;. Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss, C. S. Cul- levy of 1903. .. . . . 85.28 have done the job for him. property. There is considerable bad U GIVEN THAT UN Taft '

Received from E. L. Carney, feeling but no violence. NOTICE day Af A. 0. M
to the constitution providingfor Jewett L. Horn, S. W. Jaaury. 199.
len, Stephen polls of 1903.. ,. . ... ..161.00 Watson got 25,000 votes in Georgiaand adminutrator with tht wfil anti" w tK
an Income tax, one that would Ernest Crook R. A. Burford CtfflM yoof ipu*ttoof estate of Mra. Eliza Keep 4ec M4. I wi't
Teagne, Received from A. C. Croom, carried a few counties. Study at Home better ceiagt*4actUl.Lean ftalMg a. present my petition tad deal repett and seta
relieve the poor from a part of the K. Robinson left over the Bare, u4 yea lobeducharged a* suck adatewratar t. 1M
and Geo. ells act*.WKh the Tablet Home Study Lawn fat need w* Hon.Robt BttUock cottstr hat lot Marts
tin and place It where it belongs. for Tampa RjTy4flKIDIEYCURE The socialists polled a half million cure home or a plon>e !to Jam BoeUerple.A'tUmeric. I IJ.Iebca. co un1.Florida. ". a. ALL ..
Seaboard Air Line railway Geoaufrr Ccamm.,.Rhetoric.Liuruaie. History. Admr vita trill ssuudJune .

At It DOW 1s, the poor man .whoaeeamlate and today will see the big fair. r 'Ves XSdnava mod Bladder P.c:t votes'and seem very much gratified. raaatsac1tc Y4riia.tabLetc.anbi'TeachcnildedtopauenmiMlioM.* nothing more than a

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It To Stand Trial. + .
y Balnbridee. Ga.. Nov 1G--Superior 1. -
J' Court convened Monday, but alter
: charging the grand jury Judge Spence a
adjourned the civil business until Jai THANKSGIVING -
fl cary, the criminal doo.: *< been :
> taken up till next Jlondi; .. .th the excrptton .- iiiT ,
of the Sutton case. After a
abort deliberation the grand jury re :a.a L -; iTJfc & x* Z f*
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i. turned tan Indictment against Sutton, ,;:,- i f.l1: :.. I Fr .....
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charging him with kidnaping and attempt t : 1 1I
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r at criminal assault upon the ,er. 4\i\! 1i
4 ton of little Alice Skelton. .. 'P. "" !f..:! ) t) ..
In TleV of public sentiment and the : "to r,1 :-- I ZJrAlwmHDJe. _
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nature of the case, it has been sot by 0 ; :' _____
Judge Spence for trial Tuesday. It. ./ ..- .r.
the defense U ready the case will go .- OF -=- --- 3..sIJ
to the jury at once tutton did not -'- -- ---.-'-.-- .
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make bond and Is in Jail awaiting : -till
, trial. .
, The desire of the people now seems It
to be to let the law take its course and
the early indictment and trial has appeased CI E THE 'TEAPOT GROCERY. .
t the public mind. :.

(:: John Q. Carlisle Counsel for Kentucky \ '. .:. ':... :: : _';,:. ;.;.t" _--tIl_
College In Test Case. :..... ......
Lexington Ky.. Nov. 1C. John G.Carlltle .. __
t former secretary of the treasury .
[ arrired last night from Washington I -
to appear as counsel for Berea I. In preparing list for wants to complete
College In the trial of an indictment : your your
for co-racial education. I .. .
At the last session! of the Kentucky ..
legislature an act known as the Day .-

till was, passed.prohibiting An co-racial indictment education of Berea, :ill I; your Thanksgiving Dinner we desire to call your

college, which is attended by whites < ...
and blacks followed. The case will ill--- '

And tarried be called then to at to the Nlcholasville.the state supreme court court.of It appeals will be .B attention to the fact that we are prepared to furnish --- j

..... .
Under the act, the college as an in. .
ttitutlon. the faculty and trustees andthe =

stitution.present students action and may wil is serve only be against test the the con The in F you with all the necessaries that go to make it a

tltutlonallty of the act.

Police Investigating Death of Promi B pleasure 1 in preparation.. ,.. .: .. -:-:-

nent Texas DruggistSt . ......
Louis! NOT. 16.-The police are :'. -'' : ..-- .". r .....
tnretUgatlng the death of Daniel R.. _. ... .. ... _. ... : __
Greene; a druggist of Gainesville, Tex. .J"< __
who found dead in his _
was today room -
at a boarding house by Forest B.RAm.Iff

Ardmore and Merwln L T.Barron: who Green also druggistsof met on E Mincemeat and Pumpkin for Pies Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce ::

F bis way to St Louis yesterday. --- .....

corner Green of was his bed found with lying a large across revol-the E Plum Puddings, Nuts Figs, Dates and Raisins that will please, Edam
vet clasped in his hand and a hole in

' tit The was fully dressed and had E ,: Pineapple, Sweitzer and Brick Cheese. Olives in' Bulk. Olives ::

OIl his hat and overcoat The room i .....a
occupied companions" by Green but they adjoined say no thAT shot of was his E ; : Stuffed and Bottles of 1-2 and 1-2, Celery Sauce.Tomato Chutney :::
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beard after they retired early last

evening after Tislting the world's fair. E :'.. Chili Sauce Melon Mangoes Pickles Sour and Sweet 3 ,.j.

It is reported that J. P. Morgan. has I :': Plain and Mixed also Chow-Chow, Sweet and Sour Onions -.' ::::: r

scooped the C. H. & D. Ry. ,; --
Four and a half million! dollars in .
cold 111 be shipped from :New York Chase & Sanborn's Famous'Coffes and .
to Cuba next Thursday.A ; : Teast
little 3-year oId child of Mrs. __ ., ___
Frank Reed, of West Point, Ga., fell .-- '.' ......

Into to death.a grate Monday and was burned < ': Preserves, Jams and Jellies, and the .. :::
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Two white convicts who were servotDl

liberty Washington a term Sunday in, Ga.the, county filed their chaingangat way to .i S ''Royal Scarlet Canned Vegetables, : 3

The Joplin. Mo., Independent Power ___ i. ..
company's plant, 10 miles east of town. the fresh "
' was blown up today. Three men are == ._ .,. as good as grown. '.* -. '_ ".., ; : :::: #
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reported killed. ...... <' 'p :- '- \ ., ; ,'. -, .
The comptroller of currency has issued : __ II
a call for the condition of nation # __
tl banks at the close of business on '. ....-
Thursday NOT. 10. --
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An anti-divorce crusade is on in

New ministers Is ruining York, the who city nation among declare and the the the Episcopalian divorce homes.evil | We want you to give us a call and make your own I

Horace Ingersoll, for more than half

ralysis.a Produce century Exchange He a member was 75 is years of dead the old.New from York pa | selection. We have the Goods and tne price will suit I ,

On account of their poverty Mrs.

4, day Valerie Louise committed Abel Fischer suicide 42, 29 years in years New old old,York and, sisters Mon Mrs. I Quality guaranteed. In Fancy Groceries and Imported( 3

Lake Twelve a negro negroes settlement are dead in at the Cedar suburbs Goods our stock is well assorted. Don't .
of Decatur, Ala., from the effectsof : worry but call
poisoned ice cream which they ate
it Is said at a church rally..

issued Thomas an address Watson-of to his party Georgia' follow.has | and see that t we have and do just as we say. -

ers that he is in the fight for 1903 J
and expects to build up a big followingof .H .
believers of the principles he advocates. --

t Yours to Please :: t .
Albert Rellca, a chief of division in .. t .
the office of treasurer of the United -' .
-- _
States today committed suicide b i -.
shooting himself in the head while a; -- \ -__- ..:
his desk. Rellca was chief of the ,
redemption division.! '' --. ==ii-:: "" ; :-, ": ::: :: -. .
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William L. Dudley one of the young -. ',, '
eat members of the Consolidated Stop'
Exchange is dead from typhoid fen.- I I :
Ice was a great grand son of Pet : TEAPOT GROC
Stnyrtsant oT New, the Amstegrdam.famous Dutch governor :; F Y

Mrs. Mary Ron, a widow 70 year. .-....-. } '
of age, who lives car Morristo r -'- -
Pa. was tortured by robbers Mond1night : __ ". ;
With hope ,hi would given. -.....-. I- .
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