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 25, 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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aY6f.b / OCAl 1 GETS THE PRIZES i Young Married People's Card Club. At the Christian Church.

David Woodrow .. A number of the young married In his sermon of two Sunday's ago, PEOPLE!

Makes Almost A Clean Sweep-State people have organized an evening Mr. Rowland began a "Christian

Knows What We are For card club for the winter months, the Character Building," founded upon

PHOSPHATE LANDS.If Fine Stock meetings of which will prove an im- faith, repentance and baptism, to

I The Tampa Tribune of Tuesdaysays portant factor in the social life this which he aided the cardinal virtues

: season. The members of the club courage, knowledge and selfcontrol.On .

Ocala took the palm in the cattle ex- are Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marsh, Mr. last Sunday morning he further
you have any phosphate! lands you wish to sell or
hibits. Z. C. Chambliss and Co., Ed- and Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mr. and added to this building of "Christian
!lease on royalty communicate with him. I.Ike to dd IMAtntNI).M.
wards Bros. and S. A. Rawls, all of
Mrs. C. V. Miller "
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. character, patience temperanceand
that city, taking nearly all the first
are wonted.Oiveug l.
Rawls, )rr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerig, consecration. The abe divine
prizes. Chambliss and Co. won in every -
1 exhibit they entered. R. I. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller' and Mr. and showed that all the Christian virtuesare
year rn mini ;.*iMUNFjOEft
Office neil to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. of Tampa won first prizes in the dairy Mrs. F. L. Watson. The first meet- all necessary to the attainmentof

I ..... breeds his exhibits of Jersey cattle ing of the club was held Monday' high living in the chrUtian life, sco how you are t..tftI.

J being the finest on the grounds. Never evening with Mr. and Mrs. Marsh. but unless the heart and life were
before has there been seen in Flor-
Their other guests beside the club placed upon God's altar, for His use
99999 ........ ida such a collection of live stock of all
members were Mr and Mrs. George and His glory, then Christ likeness
a -
kinds as is to be seen at the fair "
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grounds. K. Robinson. Progressive whist was can never be attained.
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Following is a list of the prizes played until ten o'clock, the pretty Sunday evening he preached a

99That's awarded yesterday: prizes being won by Mr. McKean doctrinal sermon which was able as CHAMBLISS,

Prize Winners and Mrs. Miller. well mas..
as eloquent.

g KO.DMS i i.t Exhibit No. 1. Best bull three years After the games the guests were Both services were well attended, ,, Bonders

old, First
or ,
prize $35Chambliss -
invited out into the yard where avery and, at the evening service, Mr OCALA. Yidlml/A,
and Co., Ocala. Second prize, $20
E.' delicious oyster roast was enjoyed Martinet sang, "He Giveth His ----- -_ -
-Chambliss and Co., Ocala. Third
All.POSTOFFICE hot coffee rolls, etc., being Beloved !
prize, very highly commended-Mrs. D. Sleep and the choir

S. Fisher, Tampa. Fourth prize, com- served with them. rendered an anthem, Mrs. T. RICH CUT CLASS

mended Mrs. D. S. Fisher, Tampa. The'first meeting of the new club E. Biggs taking the solo part.
Exhibit No. 2. Best bull under three
was a most enjoyable one.

;. years old. First prize, $25-Edwards -- Mr. J. S..Weathers, one of the most Berry Bowls,
Bros., Ocala. Second prize, $15-:Marion -
Bids Us
Goodbye prominent and prosperous farmers in
Farms, Ocala. Third prize, very Celery Trays,
It will be seen from a letter pub- this county, paid his annual visitation
highly commenled-C. H. Taylor, Plant
City. lished elsewhere, that after a residence to this office Tuesday aa has Water ftettlt'4.

[ DRUG STOHL. Exhibit No. 3. Best bull calf under in this county of nearly fifty been his custom for the past thirty Ih.itti.....rl.

one year old. First prize, $10-Cham- years, Hon. C. M. Brown pulls up eight years. Few papers can claima
bliss and Co., Ocala. Second ,'aale. ....
prize, $5
.. 'stakes and casts his lot with the larger list of more faithful sub
Marion Farms, Ocala.
... growing city of Miami. scribers than the Ocala Banner. r--
Exhibit No. 4.-Best cow, three years
Y .. ..i e old or over. First prize, $3-Edwards Mr. Brown was a useful, valuable I Our i&ck I.I the largest ta $

eeeeaee.-- --....... Bros;, Ocala. and enterprising citizen and if he The friends of Mrs. '\ B. Pendle- ection.No. .

,. Exhibit No. o. Best cow or heifer succeeds in doing as much for Dade ton will doubtless learn with sincere

$ rill ILI2ASZTS :HAB3ISLocal: Et1torIHAFPENINGS I! Mr. Robt. W. Ferguson, of Berlin, under three years old. First prize, $25 ,I as he did for Marion that county will regret of the death of her! little

I was shaking hands with his Ocala -Chambliss and Co., Ocala. Second have every reason to be proud of his daughter, Dorothy Lee, on the 16th
prize, $10-Chambliss and Co., Ocala.
1 1Ir. 'i
friends citizenship. inst. at 205 Mathew street Los -
ABOUT TOWN. Tuesday. Third prize, very highly commended-
Marion Farms, Ocala. Fourth prize, I His father put out the first orange Cal Age, one year and four
Maj. Robert D. Harrison
) and Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson and commended, Marion Farm, Ocala. grove that was planted in this countyfor days. _i ,t

ar. In Jacksonville fora few days. I Ir daughter, of Leesburg, were visitorsto Exhhibit No. 6. Best heifer underone profit, and the son, following the. Rp.L.. B. Warren returned home

1 1Ir. Ocala Tuesday. year. First prize, $10-Chambliss example of the father, became the Tuesday morning from a short visit'! '
) and Mrs. Edward Holder were' and Co., Ocala. Second pjize., $5-Edwards -
Frank Harris, jr., a student at the Bros., Ocala. I most successful orange grower in the to Tampa. 'Ir. Warren filled the
from Dunnellon Tuesday. Y*
ap University of Florida, spent Thanksgiving Exhibit No. 7. Best .herd, one bull county and was a conspicuous factor Baptist pulpit Sunday morning and

Mere Van B. Van Ness, of inverse with his parents in this city. and four females, any age. First prize : in giving it the boom which it so evening in his usual graceful wayi I

*!, wa among Tuesday's arrivals.Dr. $'Chambliss:; and Co., Ocala. Sec- long enjoyed. Besides putting out i and made many friends in Tampa. iSl (cream "..M.So. .

Capt.-T. H. Johnson, who has large commendedIarion Farms, Ocala. J 1 many profitable gr'esIr.. Brown --- ---- 21 wijjar, f& &

,. Cotton interests at Lakeland Exhibit No. S. Best pair, bull and The Ocala Music has I Write for .
Company just
\V. II. 0. Veal of Plant, was fortunate built the Ocala Hone, which continues our

peat Tuesday visiting in Ocala.. enough not-to be a loser in, that city's heifer$Chambliss, under two and years.Co., Ocala.First prize Sec-, Ii to be the pride of our city, and received an attractive novelty in the i jay the fttt1rt;

recent bank failure. shape of hat pins, brooches, etc,,
will remain monument tohis
ond prize, $10-Marion Farms, Ocala. I I long a
)lr. Anthony C. Finzel came up 1 Exhibit No. 9. Best three, get of cne industry.. bearing the letters 0. H. S., for pupils ; CREENLEAF tCROSBY
Mrs. M. J. Julian came home Tues- !
from Lake Weir Tuesday sire. First prize, $15-Marion Farms, I This wishes him abundant of the Ocala High school. They
day afternoon from a short visit to paper
Ocala. have them both in gold and silver. I CO.
)It. .\. MeLanghlin, of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Davidson at Exhibit No. 10. Best produce of one I success: in his new home. -- 1

wu a business visitor to Ocala Tues- Leesburg. cow-Edwards Bros., Ocala. Counterfeiting the Genuine I Jeweler & Importer

day. Exhibit No. 11: Best and largest collection The Barlow Minstrels played Here Foley & Co. Chicago, originated I I
:\Iaxie1oody returned home Tues- 41 W. Bay St. Jackwnvttte, Ha.trottatoiial .
returned of Shorthorn cattle. First prize, last night to a packed house. The
'11,. Ethel Sinclair has Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
day afternoon from Daytona, where $Chambliss and Co., Ocala. all the .. .
performance was good way - -- --
home after a brief visit to Jackson- I remedy, and on occount of the great -
he has been spending a couple of Exhibit No. 12. Best and largest col-
through songa, jokes, dancing, and .
merit and of Hon-
popularity Foley's
days. ecftion of Hereford cattle. First priz,I i
I all __ ,
end men and center men, were
Thomas of Gainesville, $i 25-Marion Farms Ocala. ey and Tar many imitations are offered
Mr. C. C. The monthly Presbyterian social at Mr. E.BIGGS,
good. After the performance, T.
Ocala House Dairy for the genuine. Ask for Foley's -
wa registered at the f the residence of Mrs. Jean Kellogg Exhibit No. 5. Best cow or heifer Coburn and others; were entertainedat Honey & Tar and refuse any I 1'ATTOILJE1 T.LAW.

1lcesday. Austin Monday afternoon was a very under three years old. First prize, $25 the Elks Club and had an enjoy I Office!I. Otr,-Aj.,. Stock.)
substitute offered as no other preparation I fl.oam&. $
Mr. J. P. Holly, one of Electra's charming affair. -R. I. ,Fisher, Tampa. Second prize, able iime.
will the satlef action.
citizens made this office his $10-R. I. Fisher Tampa. give, same It D. FCLLE LDENTIST.P.E.ALUCtA IU.
popular Mr. C. W. Bartleson, of the whole Exhibit No. 16. Best and largest col- What Texas is Doing for Thanksgiving. It is mildly laxative. It contains no AiWtt. e
visit Saturday. .
usual annual sale grocery firm of Bartleson & Co., lection of Jersey cattle, five or more. opiates and is safest for children and
The rear of the Odd Fellows build- Over Mnnroe ft Cfeaabliu lUnk.OeU Pit,
First prize, $25-R. I. Fisher, Tampa. delicate persons. Sold bj Postof ice
Mr*. JV.. Crosby and children of Jacksonville, was a prominent arrival I
I I -- ing presents a novel, but bloody sight Store. m ,.. TnoMPSON,
were among the Ocalians at the South at'the Ocala House Tuesday. Murdered in Cuba. these days. It is all due to the fact J
Mr. E. P. Axtell, of Jacksonville PlIYSItUN AND ftCKGK :l.
Florida fair Saturday. Mr. Harry P. Johnson, of Ashe- Report comes to the Advocate that that Stahl Bros., the enterprising one of 'that city's most prominent Office om Tee pot Grocery,Oyp,""'tn."

-:rlr. E1t ville N. C. who has Mr. J. T. Cleveland a contractor, merchants, are preparing to ship out OCALA PIA.r .
) J. P. Pillans was among +c- been'spending ; attorneys, is a business visitor to

tra'i representatives in Ocala Satur- the past month in and around Ocala, who was well known to many resi- a solid carload of dressed, turkeys. I Ocala. Mr. Axtell formerly lived In I II EDWIN $PBNCBL_

dents along the East Coast from Tit- More than sixty hands are engagedin
day. went down to Floral City and the Ocala and he is being given a cordial ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,

South Florida fair Tuesday afternoonto usville to Palm Beach and Miami, killing, picking and packing the welcome by his many friends here. OCALA. ?..t. ,rLOM- l

)Ir. George W. Hyde, of Crystal spend the rest of the week. and at Ocala and neighborhood, was. fowls for shipment. Three "killers"are --- K. CHASE x
River pent Saturday in Ocala. on the 7th inst, murdered by a policeman employed and the services of four Velvet Beans.
arrived home Dr William Anderson is able to be at Pinar del Rio. The. reason men are required as packers. The We, wish to buy a field under good OCALA. PL

Col. W. >. Camp at his store, after his recent confinement the fence and with water privilege, within ._.. ...--------- --
Roanoake, Mr. Cleveland was murdered was be- remainder of crew are busy strip- 8I8TKCXK.
from L.
Sunday afternoon to his house twenty miles of Ocala pARLOS
owing'to the acci-
birds of feathers. The work
he refused to a certain ping the
his family cause pay per
Va., and will remain with Z. C. CHAMBLISS & Co. ATTORNEY-IT.LAW
dent that befell him several weeks 1
cent of one of his transactions to the was begun on Saturday last, and will
Ocala Fla. .
until after Thanksgiving. 11-18.2t Rjom..)(. ',Jl 3leii4aj

ago.. His friends are delighted that policeman. Deceased had... >een do- not be completed until tomorrow. So __. u .___ _. ... -_--_ .1.
MU )1&1'ullen on and Miss Sara he has so far recovered., ing contracting and carpenter work far 1600 head have been prepared, ,

HarrU returned home Monday mornIng I Misses Margaret-- and Mammie in Pinar del Rio for about four years; while 1000 more remain to be killed,

from a very delightful ten days'vilt Taylor, May Turnley, Sara Mc- he was about 50 years' old; was mar- picked and packed. The birds as fastas AIo.AIo.A.AIo.VAAV.VVV BOB

with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Creery, Ettie Carn and Mary Pennick ried last march to a Cuban lady they leave the handsof the pick- TEX .

llerrick at Crystal River. returned this morning from Tampa named Mrs. Carmen Fontanills, whois ers are placed in barrels with iceand
Ml* EClie Letter, a popular young where they spent Saturday takingin said to 'be living in Yaguajay, are then ready for shipment. The

lady of Monticello, who is teaching the fair. Cuba.-East Coast Advocate. ; shipment will prob'bly'go out to-

and will to northern mar-
school at Electra, and Miss Agnes Prof. Overhaultz, of Blichton, Mr. Marion at the Fair. I. morrow go

Holly, of Electra.lwere in Ocala Sat- Will Chappel, of Kendick, M!. Alfred kets. This is the first shipment of 5 HOLIDAY GOODS FIREWORKS,
Commissioner D. S. Willimas is up the kind to go out of Gonzales, and
Proctor, of Levon, Adjutant Bumby,
urday. Wholesale and Retail
t from the big Tampa fair and says it is results in turning many dollars Of All Kinds.
of Marshville, Mr. J. B. Malloy, of
Silver Springs and the Ocklawaha the finest exhibition Florida has ever loose among the people in the coun- .
Mr. D. L. Williams ot
} river( point the way, and the only I Lynne, and Mr. Boyd of Reddick, made. The orange, grapefruit, pine- try from whom the turkeys were pur- The biggest line of Dolls and Toys in town, also all kind. of
for Ocala to become a city. In I I lemon and kindred fruits are'
way apple, chased.-Gonzales Tex.) Inquirer.
I CIIIXA including Japanese Rozane and
and were visitors to Ocala Saturday.Mr. Staple and Fancy ,
that direction lie cheap freights, I superbly fine and show off to magni-
low rate now make and unmake C. H. Dame has returned froma ficent advantage .A Runaway Bicycle. others.

title j few days' trip to Leesburg, where Marion's exhibit is receiving a high Terminated with an ugly cut on the The most complete line of STAPLE CIIOCKEUY- In

Mr*. W. K. McDonald and little he went in the interest of the Wood- meed of praise from every visitor leg by J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, : town. i

daughter, Miss Francis Elizabeth, returned men of the World. ,He now has and her fine cattle and hogs have m. It developed a stubborn ulcer i t

home Tuesday from Ocala Leesburg Lodge No. 87 in fine shape. served as an "eye-opener. unyielding to doctors and remediesfor

-: and Jacksonville. They were accompanied Mr. Dame is district deputy organizerfor Marion's general exhibit is the fours years. Then Bucklen's : THE OCALA. NEWS CO.

by Mr*. 'alcDonald'emother, the state and since his appoint- best on the grounds and if her livestock Arnica' Salve cured., It's just as good

Mr. )I. 1:. McConnell, of Atlanta, ment to this position the order has can be included in her general I for burns, scalds, skin eruptions and : Horth Main st. Ocala florl4 tx

w&o will epend the winter in this made wonderful strides all over I exhibit she has already easily won : piles. 25c, at Tydings &Co's. drug

Florida. first prize. store. -
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THE OCALA asvratFrt _. -
HERE AND THERE Capt. Rose, state chemist, and ex- Cooks are paid more than teaches, Sorghum Time. .
Senator Newton Blitch, state inspector siys the' census bureau. But then I[ love to watch the sorghum cane '

.of convicts, were in Ocala yesterday the average stomach holds more than Get crushed witb might and main; 1 I '
The eagle screamed, I[ love to'see the creamy juice
The rooster crowed, and visited the Marion Farms. the average head.Atlanta Journal.: Into[ a barrel let loose; I. rrHE TIME
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{: And most of us I love to see it simmering
Itoldyousoed.Indianapolis. Europe expresses satisfaction_ with A. Toepperwein, the Texas rifle In[ pans down by the spring;
Sews. But best of all I love to spread
the result of our election. Europe shotbroke his own and the world's record The syrup,on my bread.Milwaukee. I ,I

The travel to Florida is setting in isn't going to run amuck against the at St. Louis last week by break- Journal.

this big stick by expressing dissatisfaction ing 3507 flying targets in rapid suc- t To be getting in to ,
early : year. Marvelous News Gathering. j
with Teddy.-Atlanta Journal. cession with a 22 rifle.
:Apropos of the election returns in
South Florida will soon be as thickly '- '
fettled as Italy. "'"Whom the Lord loveth be chasteaeth." Just A correspondent of the BaltimoreSun this morning's paper, it is interestingto I WINTERCLOTHES 1\\
now the d eocrauc party sem to be in especial -
faror.t1anta'Journal.. speaking from a democratic recall the fact that when Andrew I

Ocala sympathizes with Lakelandin The same books says "the Lord tandpoint says'tnat honorable men Jackson was elected president the I r
who voted for principle have no I \y 4
her bank failure.-- loveth a cherrful giver" and the necessity for apology.-Jacksonville country was not generally aware of s

T. Laud-Brown, of Tampa, cannotbe trusts gave not sparingly but cheer- Metropolis.Well:: the fact until some three weeks after ,I .

praised too highly. fully. So there you are. who's apologizing? the closing of the polls. And when I I! The prices on our winter clothes are
James K. Polk was elected to the
Nearly every town in Florida is Debs, the socialist party candidate, New York I unusually low, and we can make an
department stores it is am .office sixty years ago, he rode I
forward strides. received in the last interesting proposition to you on winter -
s making over 600,000"ote:; claimed lose :
$350,000 into
yearly by the.deftJ Nashville almost a month after I :

The marriage bells promise, to ring electionwhile4years ago his vote did hands of fashionable shop lift- the voting day to accept congratulation I: clothes. ff '.
not reach 100,000. The vote is four I, c
ers. The proprietors are demanding of his neighbors to the that
oat merrily this: winter. news t IT II
cent of the vote cast. Overe COME AND ASK US ABOUT
that the '
refined, fashionable klepto- had just come to the Nashville post I
The repairs on the Ocala House ar 100,000 of the votes came out of Indiana maniac shall be classed
by the courtsas master. This mornings swift tidingsare I .
moving along now quite rapidly. and Illinos. It is a political
a plain, ordinary, everyday thief. impressive not only for the results -

Florida started the political surprises straw that will give some clue to the -.- -- they record, but for the illustra- i M. FISHEL i iI
last defeat. Thou, my friend, would like to knowWhy
in the retirement of Col. Bob -' fair roses blush and blow tion they afford of the marvelous

Davis. ____ Judge Parker has been appointed a In baby's cheeks? I'll tell thee. development of the art of news I See the new arrival of Men's Shirts at 50c. They're he..."". I

Baldwin will go back to California commissioner in condemnation pro- They're nourished by Teethina, see! gathering, particularly in more recent !

with his air-ship but he will return ceedings to acquire dock and] wharf- "TEETAIXA" (teething powders) decades.-Boston Herald.
overcomes and counteracts the effectof -- -
rights of east river
by rail. age sundry piers. T .
the summer's heat -- -- -- "
aids -
digestion, Must Have Leaders. :::- -
Job days $10 a sitting and there's
We are sorry that Marion day at regulates the bowels and relieves I
The human I
little else to do but sit on the pier and much families want to be led
the South Florida fair falls on Thanks suffering and dread. '
fish for eels. Thus in politics even de- and be told. You let men tell you
giving day.
feat brings its compensation, some- :Mr.: Oliver Buckner Howse has re- what ticket you are to vote and let a

The exhibit of fruits at the fair is a times.few York Telegram. recently returned from a trip to Kis- politician tell you the same old anecdotes -

marvel. South Florida put her best -- feimmee. He says the activity displayed he has told you many times be- Biliousness

foot foremost. How easy it is to attract a gnat;: there in wrapping, packingand fore, and you go and"ote the ticket.

mob ot people! Let somebody go out shipping oranges is a reminderof Men must be led. It is leadershipthat Makes '

lIon. George \V. Wilson, editor of with a rope and holler: "hang him!" Marion county prior to the great directs the movement of others. j "ironic Invalids. \ \ j
wbRn h9 brer ia torpid, and full to do to.oO i ,
the Times-Union says the South and half the people on .the fair freeze. Four pack houses I
ng are !
te bile enters we blood u a nnUeat potaoa. Tbro
Florida fair is grounds would follow him. Men Mother Eva's Troubles."I .
great. like located in Kissimmee and train load
a II'i/ comes ccsiCpaaon, bUlousaeM, nek beadeh, fever
to have some one to point the way. of don't like the autumn," sighed : and malaria. Tee treatment that the liver M''
are caly
oranges shipped out daily. give J
The fruit exhibit at the South Flor ja
An attractive ad"el'tisementery good mother Eve. i1V I the ngni toucb aid sar.a Natun'a erort to tit rtffii
ida fair is vision of beauty. It 1i
: The advertisements in the it Fni'H
frequently attracts a crowd the same newspa- "Why not, queried Adam, upon a "

shows that Florida still holds the as the man with a rope in his hand.A pers begin to- tell of the beautiful whom she lavished her wifely affec OIS LIVER PILLS"AKDTONIC
j3J I Il1
citrus belt.. Christmas things and the shop windows tions. << ,
------- '
Side Remark About the Doctor. will soon begin to them. "
display "Because she said '
The Sew York Packer : that modestly,
says The pOl touches tta liver, and the pellets toee IL!
Florida papers are using this breather Advertising is universal, whether it I Then the strenuous life will begin ing a survey of her figleaf skirt, *y>wm.i .
is in print or otherwise.: The doctor Watch the animated
faces of the
one's fade "
bureau "pick up" line in describingthe so.
TS doises r7' Ned
who cries dzyt cost 25 Km.
out against advertising is children and the watchful of M
orange crop: "Bright and fair." 1 less scar cue u eie *iinaif Mud, you
anxious to have all of the old ladies the mothers. The Christmas tide hasits Jordan Ecllg!ed. >riU be w
Port Arthur reports a young Rus- and nurses put their heads over the strenuous side second only to a na Autumn is here with her beauty; ;; le an free.dcaew.For tale at

sian \"alof Hobson's. He is to be back fence and tell their neighbors tional election. autumn spreads her cool mantle over

congratulated: if the Russian girls areas what a magnificent physician he is. i mother earth as the sun sinks behind

pretty as ours.-Atlanta Journal. They love to advertise when it is The southwest leg was broken from the horizon of this sweet land of ours.
of the stools : the
one n Ocala Banner
free.-LaFayette YoungJ in Des -Hopper correspondence Barbours-
They are still endeavoring to ex- Moines Capital. composing room several days ago. I I rifle (Ky.) Advocate. For Sale by Postoffice
Drug Store.
plain. why the election went as it did. We are thinking seriously havingthe i l .

The coroner has held the inquest, but "The Elk Cafe is arrangingprivatedining same repaired, and shall be pleased / I: ._. --- -- .- e .-- .
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Atlanta Journal.On dining room. They are being nicely tract from 9 a m. to 1 p. m., Xov. 31. I I w'

i papered and furnished in up-to-date Specifications are now on file and r have just received a solid car of
account of the shortage in the
style. Max Neubergcr, the popular may be seen by parties contemplating -
national treasury, a twenty million
proprietor, believes in having only making estimates. Apply at the
dollar loan is contemplated. Perhaps
the best of everything, and as a con- Ocala Banner office.
this is the price for some of that >
sequence The Elk is becoming one of I rIl Rust Proof
Now :Mr.:
eastern influence and support. Holloway, the people Oats
the best and most favorably known
having elected you to the high officeof $
place in the state by the
The recent election made one thing traveling suprentendent of public instruction

clear that a democratic candidate fraternity. thus placing the welfare of the child- e

from New York polls no more votes of the I tJI
ren state in your hands, it is

In New York state than if he were Loss of 'Flesh due them that you at once, and I FROM

: from Nebraska or any other state. without further delay, clear up the :

charges which have been made ,
Who would have thought that this f'
When against you. Do not longer TEx&a
can't eat breakfast prove -
you -
early in her history Ocala would be '- .
recreant to the trust thd confidence .
found supporting .an S-page Sunday take Scott's Emulsion. _
bestowed upon you.-Madison Sew
dally. But a good paper like the When you can't eat bread Enterprise.

Ocala Banner can accomplish "
won and butter take Scott's --- : : /
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ders. The Elks have formed a state .
Emulsion. When have .
4 Miss Mary P. Anderson and Miss you organization. )lr H. B. ')IcFarlane,

i Sara Harris, two of Ocala's most been living on a milk diet and of Tampa, was made president, and These Oats were received from one of the most

beautiful and fascinating young ladies want something a little more Rev. Henry W. Little, of Ocala, vice- reputable

are in Crystal River, the guests nourishing, take Scott's president, Mr; Geo. R. McKean, also growers in the section of Texas most noted for its superior

r of Mrs. C. E. Herrick.-Crystal River Emulsion.To of Ocala, is on the executive committee. quality of seed oats. We have exercised
; News. every possible care

The editor of the Jacksonville Sun get fat you must eat The next annual meeting will be in buying our seed oats, having sought not the cheapest but

b launching forth on'the broad field fat. Scott's Emulsion is a held in Ocala+; the latter part of :May: ,

of metaphysical speculation. He great fattener, a great 1905.

says thought is a "spiritual essence"in strength giver. Minnesota gave 80,000 plurality for THE BEST

biti capital letters-and uncreaUve. Those Roosevelt and a handsome pluralityfor
who have lost flesh
Johnson the democratic guberna-
want to increase all _
Mr. Sam Teaguejs back from the body toriol candidate. Speaking of it the t

South Florida fair and says that the tissues, not only fat Scott's Minneapolis Times says that it "is a We know personally a number 01 Farmers

fruit and cattle display s1;simply Emulsion increases them all, hopeful sign-this independence in planted seed from the same who hrve

marvelous lIe if politics. It means'that the people source for a number
says anyone wantsto hone, flesh, blood and and all without of years
see what prodigeous* strides think hard when they find themselvesin exception
nerve.; : pronounce them of
Florida is making a visit Jto the=fai the polling bootli with the ballots quality. superior

will give ocular demonstrationof For invalids, for con. spread out before them; that they let

.valescents, for consumptives, their consciences work while they

Mr. J. A. Pittrnaa: of the furniture for weak children for all mark their ballots." Some of these

firm of Pittman &i Son, h at presentin who need flesh Scott's days the party handcuffs are going to Free From
be freed from the hands of voters and Grass.
Citrus county shipping the
orangesi Emulsion is a rich and ,
from his com good men are going to be given office -
i grove'near Inverness."iThe
quality of his fruit is excellent and fortable f food, and a natural and bad men left to mind their '
tonic. consciences at home. Otto* objectionable
f he has disposed of the entire crop at seeds likely to be found in Oats

r good figures to localdealers. I Scott's Emulsion for bone, Favored by Both Parties. bought without prop "*.
Speaking of the South Florida fair (flesh, blood and nerve Republicans and democrats alike
praise Foley's Honey and Tar for
; Capt. Rose: state chemist, who was We will send you coughs, colds and all throat and lung TO BE HAD AT THE

in Ocala Saturday, said it was a fine -a free sample. troubles, and no other remedy can

exhibit and if made permanent and Be sure that this picture compare with it. It is safe and sure.

located In some central]*city, would in the form of a label is on F. T. Slater, merchant, 171 Main 4
, the wrapper of every bottle street, Glouchester, Mass., writes:
y help more than any frtherlfactor -in of Emulsion you buy. "Foley's Honey and Tar cured me OCALA '

the tI devolpment of the state. Let's SCOTT & BOWNE, of a very bad cough which I had for SEED

act on Capt. Hose's suggestion, locate CHEMISTS, three months though other remedies STORE1r..4

the fair at Ocala and make it a permanent 409 Pearl$l. N. Y. failed .to benefit me. I can .highly
recommend it for coughs and colds."
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VOL. .i.XXlx, vn. 19, OCALA, FLORIDA, 'RID.\Y. NOVEMBER, 25, 1901 DOLLAR A YEAR-- '
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Mr. Joseph.Jefferson his home i MARRIAGE BELLS IN ATLANTA I. 1

HEALTHis at Mrs.West,S.Palm-T. Sistrunk Beach.- : is spending a j+I i Miss Tracy Benjamin an Ocala Girl j 1i 1\::(II !-" " ""t"" " " '!" " ,__ 1 1:

. Weds Mr. Louis I "
few days at the Tampa fair. Regenstein.A II'
wedding of interest to a great : !
theMost Mr. Louis R. Chazal has returned many friends was that of Miss Tracy I !

from a business trip to New York. Benjamin and Mr. Louis J. Regen- ::-- _

stein, which took place last eveningat ..... :
Mrs. is
J. P. Hilburn
spending a _. a __ ;_
the '- ...
home of the bride's parents, on ::. ---
few days'with relatives at Micanopy.Mrs. i
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Whitehall street, at 7:45 o'clock. .
j ------
1 ImportantThe :M. J. Juhan went to The
Leesburg 'ceremony was. performed by 1
today to visit he brother, Mr. Elmore i Rabbi'David Marx, in .the presence HELVENSTON-BJ.ITCH-PASTEUR CO. i

Davidson.Mr. I I of the two families only. ::-
manufacturers of Royal The.;bride entered the drawingroom
R. ;W. Ellison, one of the : OCALA FLORIDA. ::: }
; Baking Powder have had 40 thejarm of her father, Mr. :: ,
.' Dunnellon Phosphate company's -- .
years of scientific experience. Sol Benjaminandwas preceded by tI -- ..... 4.
method of breadandcake 'I superintendents, is in the city for a .. --
h Every few days. her maid of honor and only atten- ::_ "' :' -- :::::::it ;
has been
raising exhaus- dant, Miss Rai Benjamin, meeting in

._ tively studied in this country and Hon II. II; "McCreary denies that the drawing room, the groom with ::: We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public in general I :- t.

abroad. the Gainesville. Sun has been sold to his bestman, Mr. Herbert Benjamin.Miss : that we are now prepared to offer for inspection a new and most complete ::: i

The result is a perfect product the Gainesyillrjtar.Iac ought to Benjamin made a very attractive ::- line of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Gents' punishing Goods of the very best .

in Royal Baking Powder. know. looking bride in her wedding : materials and strictly of the current season's designs fresh from the design. :: :

There is substitute ers In selecting this stock have stndious __
no it. Mr. J. B. ''31 alloy?the crate and gownof soft white China silk, hand :: new our buyers given most time

The purity and efficiency of I basket manufacturer of Anthony, embroidered and trimmed with t/fI a: and personal thought with the view of supplying the public with the best :: ;

Royal Baking Powder have was the visitors in the city Valenciennesjlace. Her flowers were ::- and most reliable goods on the market. It is oar intent and purpose to __ .}
been commended by the highest Saturday. white carnations showered with bride ...: carry at all times the newest and most reliable creations of the season in ::

authorities of the world. roses. The maid of honor was gown- ::-- High Grade as well as Popular Priced Goods. __ :.
Chamberlain's stomach and liver
These facts mean two important ..- ... :
tablets are becoming a favorite for ed in white chiffon and her flowere .

things to all housekeepers : stomach troubles and constipation. were pink |chrysanthemums, corres- ::-- Cloaks. I Corsets. .-.....- J

For sale by all druggists. m ponding :with [the prevailing color :::: COLD ED DRESS GOODS I 1

First: that Royal Baking note in the decorations all through .. A new and most I We carry "Warner's -
Powder is healthful and A sweet little son arrived Sunday complete line of Rust Proof" i

makes wholesome food. night at the home of his parents, Dr. the house. ::- ladies' and misses,' In our Dress Goods Department we have a and Colton's "In 1-

Second : that Royal Baking and Mrs. J. Edward Chase, on Fort The ceremony wa fsollowed at half- and children's jackmultitude of 'new weaves, a great variety of visible Lacing," ..,.

Powder makes food King'avenue. past eight o'clock; with a large re- :: ets, both long and fine fabrics, as well as inexpensive goods. made of eontel, batiste :::::
which 200 short, in black, tan, and natln, In 3
rood to taste.ROYAL. ception or more guests In fact this department abounds in the
The Rifles Minstrels have post- enjoyed. browns, blues and choicest novelties of tha season of foreign all good straight .....
castors, etc front model; low __ J
poned their trip to Leesbarg. They The presents received by the young and domestic art in useful staple goods, and bust, long hip, --. t

POWDERABSOLUTELY gill bil1;the city and give a perfor-4 couplejmade a very beautiful collec ::: to see our pi ices will convince you that our medium high bust tt I

mance therein about fortnight.' ti>: Belts.Handsome 1 goods afford maximum excellence and mini I and short hips ..... 'f
tion.Mr. 'I
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and Mrs. Regenstein left last : mum expenditure i
f i> _
Miss Eloyse Izlar, who has been 1
PURE night for a trip to St. Louis and ..- crea I In Dress TRIMMINGS we have a1 coHeeI I i Hosiery and ..... _j

spending friends and the relatives past two in months South Caro-with Chicago. ::: bonshlDdSlllk'hYelkv) dt,, \; tion of novelties Appliques, Persian and I I i Underwear. j
A. large number of guests"from a a*- etc, red, brown, I Silk Braids, Etc., which 1 are clever 1 and f ar'i __ i
lina Alabama and returned Health, warmth,
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distance were present at the wedding : ,white, green, black commonplace manner of designs and .
home Sunday ni ht.I money saved if ..,
USA EU2ASE73 HASSIS Lscal Editor
them were :Mr. Hyman and orange, and of colors, etc.
I among l' you buy our nOlI! ry ---
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--- --= The next visit:of Dr. E. T Allen, Witcoierl of Savannah;i1iss Rosa ;: very highest. and ,Kniu tder- -- .$

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. the eye and ear specialist will be Lee Benjamin and Mr. Simon Benjamin ..: artistic type of I wear. A most complete .::: j
workmanship. SILKS.
Thursday?Dec. 1, [at the Montezuma ::- line. T. 1.
of Jacksoll\illeilr.; Henry Hen- i
Hotel. Glasses correctly fitted % 3i
We regret that Mr. Isdor Schwerin.. ning and little son, of Darlington, S. = We solicit HAIL 03- i Beautiful line of Silks-the kinds most in Gloves. -, i

., e again quite hick. Mrs. C. P. McGrath and Miss C.; Herman Benjamin,of Ocala, Fla.; :: 1 -..... !
: Elt3aaareJrepare: vogue for suits, skirts, shirt waists, etc infancy
Gertrude;Pereda arrived home Monday Mr. Albert W. Fox, of Knoxville; Full line of ladle f

)Ir. Wm Outhlll, of New York, was from Tampa, where they have ::: to send: wt saaples I and plain colors. See: our Peau deSoir kid gloves We --
r Mrs. M. Shiretzki Anniscn, Ala., I ......
In town Saturday. been spending a few days with rela- Toledo of dress etc.I I at Si.00, and t' guaranteed Taffeta at handle the Foster 1
and Mr. C. O. Schap, of O.- : gees make, (guaranteed .:::,

Mr. J. H. Spencer returned Sat- tives. Atlanta Journal. Write to >us when! you: I $1.00 and 75 cents. Best on the market for I and other goods ___ 'j

fr short visit to Tampa. Harry Curd and his sister,Miss Xel- I these 1 prices. 1 brands Ue.t 7c. __ f
urday >m a Not a Sick Day Since. ::_ want arytHag. I I grade to be found. __ I

sie Curd of Salisbury, N. C. arrivedin "I was taken severely sick with ..- ..... b
Hon. \\'. A. Fulton, of Brooksville. -
wa registered at the Ocala House Ocala Monday afternoon and are kidney trouble. I tried all sorts of :: Line of Comforts, Blankets, Quilts. Sheets & Pillow Cases. :: j
the guests of Mrs. Frank Teague. medicines, none of which relieved .

Monday.Mn. Miss Curd will spend the winter here me.Electric'One Bitters day I saw and an determined ad. of your to E: Useful Values in Table Linen, Napkins and Towels .::i i

S.T. Sistrunk came in Sunday and Mr. Curd will remain for a few tom-- .. ......
try that. After taking a few doses I ,
short visitto Tampa. ..
afternoon from a weeks. F
I felt relieved, and sopn thereafter ..

)Ir. and Mw.- R.- F. -Hyman went Mr. Frank Camp, of Franklin, Va., was entirely cured, and have not seen .=; SHOES J

and Messrs. R. F. and B. J. Camp, of a sick day since. Neighbors of mine tl -

down take in to the Tampa fair. for Sunday a few afternoon days. White Sprjngs, were in Ocala Sunday have neuralgia been, liver cured and of kidney rheumatism troubles, I E..:- Ralston* Health Shoes !!I j We Children's have just Shoes.received The Irvin -Drew Co's :: J

visiting their brother Col. W. X. "
and This is what
general debility. i line LADIES' SHOES
returned home : FOR MEN. our of Children's ::
Ilev. M. 8. Moser Camp. They left Monday for Crystal B. F. Bass, of Fremont,N. C., writes. I and Misses' shoes.
Monday morning from Crystal River River, where they went to attend a Only 50c, at Tydings & Co., drug- ::- Great care has ,been This line of good I U well known to __ j
: We think we have secured the i be one of the best Ladies'Shoe that _
where he preached on Sunday. meeting of the directors of the gist. m .. taken with the selec- --w .
Bells. :- strongest lines of ) en's $3.3. 50 and tion of these goods, are made in the west. We have in -- .1-
Lumber Happy Wedding
Crystal River Company.Mr. :
Mr, Benjie Weathers, of Floral H 4. Shoes that are to be had. Our and we believe you this line some very strong value In
his Mr. W..H. LeLong, of Candler, has : will agree with us .
< City, spent Snuday with parents and'Mrs. Max Neuberger,who stock is new and clean. The shapes when you see them. hand turned soles, and they fit the :::
issued invitations to the marriage of ..fcn*
All of which
, i In this city. spent Sunday at Homosassa returnedto are right and they fit the foot. Our are good southern foot. We are also expecting __
his daughter, Miss Anna Laura, to :: shapes and styles, and =
Mr J. P. Hilburn returned home Ocala Saturday morning and left = Bluchers in Ideal Kid and Baker's they will fit the children's a shipment of the famous "Qoeea ::: {
Mr. John Hybart Mathews, of this feet, and at
from short visitto on the afternoon train for Gainesvilleto r Corono Colt are beauties and are same Quality" Shoe for women In a
Monday afternoon a city. The marriage will take place : time give good satis ttl'1'o
spend a few days with their guaranteed. faction. short time. l
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her parents at Micanopy. at nine o'clock on the evening of the ..

)Ir. J. Q. Wills, an employee of brother and sister. thirtieth of November at the home of :Z Good Fitters Good Wearers Right Prices'A:

Karl and Fred Weihe, who have s
this paper, baa returned from a visit Mrs. Holtzclaw, at Candler.. Miss ---- ."-
been taking in the great fair at St. --
DeLong has been a frequent visitor : .
to hue home-at Starke. Louis, have returned home, the to Ocala and has made for herself a .
Mr. L.J. Knight, after spending former after a few days' visit to his large number of friends, who will : -

Sunday In Ocala, returned to Belle- Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. '
parents will welcome her to her home.
new ..._ our back room we have arranged Bargain Counters in order to close out some lines of good ::: .
view Monday.Mr. Weihe, returned to Jacksonville.Col. Mr. Mathews:'has for a number of .,_ that we are going to discontinue. It will pay each and every one of you to investigate then. -till

A. J. Wilson, of the Ocala been aresident of this city and CI --
R. F. Rogers and Mr. Z. C. years One lot Men's Hats; original prices One lot Decorated China, all nw __ T

House Wine Room is visting the ChamblL went down Sunday to spenda he is very popular both business :- were $1.00 to $3.00i; now 50 cents to goods; regular price 35 cents new ....... j

South Florida fair. few days at the fair and Monday afternoon and social circles. The young couple $1.50. DOST FAIT to 20 cents a piece. ::::

Mr. R. C. Alworth, who came Messrs.T. C. and R. S. Hall will make their home in Ocala. P150 Men's Suits; original prices give iis part of 200 seta Cups and Saucer, plate ::::: f
.- $6.00 to $10.00 now $3.50 to $6.00.
': down from Gainesville Saturday re- and L. Home went down for a coupleof Chaberlain's Cough Remedy is Pleas- .. 100 sets Cup and Saucers dee wated' .
at that Mon- = 150 Men's Coats; original prices your time when In at greatly reduced prices.Agate : ___ 1
x turned to his work place : days. ant to Take.
: $2.50 to $4.00; now 1.25 to.$2.25. .... :J
,"; day afternoon. Besides his regular customers' :Mr. The finest quality of granulatedjloaf; Ocala, because it and Tinware at very law *-0 .t
sugar is used in the manufacture of .Z"One lot Boys Pants, all sizes, 25 prices .....
B Mr*. Allan Rodgers and baby arrived Edd Carmichael, at his new restaurant Chamberlain's CoughRemedy, and .:.. cents to 75 cents. will be to your fug ....". ;

Jacksonville :Monday afternoon at the Seaboard depot served used in its Decorated China all Glassware, Hardware and a great ...
s) from the roots preparation give ::_ One lot new tercst on us. __ :'f
to join Mr. Rodgers here. I forty-two dinners Sunday to passen- it a flavor similarjto maple syrup, .- and pretty; original price 20 cents' many .other useful things that,_ __
apiece now 10 cents. can get at half price.
r it to take. .- :
gers on the north and southbound making quite pleasant -
Mr. and Mw. Will Hogan and little :Mr. W. L. Roperick, of Poolesville, tom- -...
trains.. This restaurant is constantly
daughter returned home Monday Md., in speaking of this remedy, :
afternoon from a visit to the South growing in popularity.The says: "I have used Chamberlain's .- Lack of space makes it impossible for us to tell you of even half the ::::

Florida fair at Tampa.Mr. Best Liniment."Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with my children for P- special attractions ,in our store. Investigate our offerings; it will profit you. ___

.. several yearsand can truthfully say : Come and see us and make our store your headquarters. We shall certainly ::::

D. Llebrecht, of Brussels, is sidered the best Pain liniment Balm is on-con-the it is the best preparation of the kind :::: endeavor to make you welcome. Sincerely Yours, ....
among the prominent visitors to I know of. The children like to take tP- .-
market," write Post & Bliss,, of
Ocala and is a guest at the Ocala it and it hasjno injurious after effect. .
Vt. No other liniment will
For sale by all druggist. m. I
house. I heal a cut or bruise so promptly.No HELVENTONBLITCH'PASTEUR CO.

Ctpt. and Mrs. Lowry, of theRendezvous other affords such quick relief Mr. Raymond Robbins, of Chicago, ,..

a ," Homosassa's popular from rheumatic pains. No other is who a number of years ago was a res- .
valuable for seated FLA
winter resort were shopping in this so deep pains ident of Ocala, is in the city, his ,
like lame back andjpainsin the chest. -
first visit in nine Mr. Robbins :
"Rendezvous"wfll years. --

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fftftiiiztr Ert a Cera-.r. I Mirisi Cctttjr's Lire Stock it tbt Ban t'r : ...Ia ve got from an j wag cf IJm( C ,.hlbi.'S

j 6&Skf8 fakes n ia?rtet I I Scifta Fltrifa fir. Oral business f!, nan 150 being i Cads RtIU.',
: Cerrwttes.Fix t The Tam Try giTts the 101f1 athd to phre .Cl a. Mr. ArthurDcrhaa : C hapma .rhng fto=n -

k MdsrE. SOT.a, lk d.t Ivng pgr g b GS9Url Of M ;--': b tr t :=ns far a fewnor.x Natal, Socti Afriea., LaYS STfiPLE GROCERIESWhite J lIt!

,*.t......*the OeUIB 1 PT st of f.f' ftoci zi tbs SocrhHorSda rprc in& %.Sto why he ""As a jcoof this Chamberlain'scozci

aa beat tt i il Barrier f, e Piir. was so moire in Hs remedy is a cure stable for
j :: refusal to 1ft Brand Java & Mocha Coffee iII Cal
rekkaiooe TUB *tsud thai rsroof ,' The Tribe ays: tie p=*& know wiai he hid Isr sale old and yto=;, I Iaal yea the f oBowrryt House, ,

"'I'U a auml M1I" big naskf Tie m- ate ez3tst ef ie Sa=.ti herejfiai: : "We!.I have been herea A Df4 hbo of cine bfra ci2djost go. Day Seed Oats
I. Mta .... tW rated Su.1** I>e- Florida Pair is one of the :fsest zg- good ling ume and over two month Md. It had arerj
peoe knewme for
tl'11 .. A raakertr! p > e *dj !i I gr gtom of >>or.rl SLOcl: thLt was LY..1rKnr: I kf1Ep. If baa cocdi ADd the pfireni fid We Pay the Highest Market Prices Chicks,
they sot know what to give :hI as *ted : of Prodm.
......Atr rj$>ferafet Tb .Ts a 1 I ever f 5 n ia Fterida, and very n. eiy want! so fey foal ae Lear'! by and that sf they woj:1d getabaitie oChanbcTiiin's i Eggs any All Kinds Country :

15 aal ., rEzrT en2iier, er 1.I in Df ocher stsie.Marios il 21er t1e fi: tf,Ey''E hy tra- e- Con-h Remedy an

.... .. tit 1iy:+b C I as srrj to ee sy 1-.L5 cerui y 4 rme body{4. J t t.D iii y rtu a ps are ispxi tie dsmray teat the B. L. HALL Prop.

oft ".A[aa'att* af taw. kind: isugi OC' her rff prood is iHs jsAaer d :td -, zn'83e'e tMs iere if TrIsig h j fcafcy ws* sockirg it wcadd no doebtcre
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| a* tajr are '-% mW ng' : oei= erenSt sot ecsk- on Ihtt oocstrrpca i ibn I ness is, look it Joses i ni -I I I r the **'M.. This they did andferffagil West Side Public Sqnart I
I 1 abaci a rich: relief sad _. r _
Ill I lw+e '"'- .Mpia ear Pt'aff-ear : : lift' far nazscerifczi tad I 1p to b1Pet. He was .if is
... j jJ a M-e ; erred the baby. TMs reeooy + .' .
., &.pi H U.1t Cfef 1rid the stele f"r.E ue. She has tcstraesad m.rl.e bS, I.D it far tee if aS crzsp ts. m I s A. t'.ES e
..- .. a e.ot"Itd OL J.-iII &ar that ( three Kiiid carfeads of lie Ia.l' -- I
prenieetcanSe Dez SS.
ngg along d
r g i :!
nni he j cUte STANDLEY & CO.
sU-te-j I ..-... ;.. .: I
U4ortMi. Hrn a -
""'l.M", : : and inog* list have ever bees 3 a..i r::: tt.xt.e; TOdd adrertew .
; A eompetitrre exarssaaoei t&epasitwn
aatst t+i &t makes tam exn-a 2 1dlr. 1 preKEifed by a CiT 2Xyf ihii state. her ias trebles f
: oftie
of Special Sasitary .AgfJU
..> fc i* jvcr tef, asja raesber t These are preieited by H. H. Wisivenh First th Bg he taev be hid to get a : State Beard of Health cf Florida, The Pinoacle &f K I 'IMM jIl

.4 flit i *."'el trail***, to ask the of Miri 1m CK21T, vino hat a bor 10 help hi a; tam aadf vf r
; a j w21 be held at the cSee of the Stale

yqitti... agrieattsr& tujgire con Use fat. three des from moth he had to hire: another tbs.A j Ssa3of Health, cksonviBe: : Fla., HwUMf b t aarYi Y.rr ai ..
.fee lime a* j.a taow orfcaov Fbocld Ocala., eons .& of SJQ acre*, oa dona laser he ford: : it .
D -"T.: j December 1st, 1..ct:1 4, to SI1 a vacancy bajg I4 sari Iala.eL a.\ ra,
w4re M gwt correct dm--a- whit he masse in sddirka to Lie, to get sa ezpsrieneed derk l
to help j i carsad by the reaznaaon of Dr. Hiram .,ai. .... 1irMMR II .. .... +
.... Hs:: fp&cialg:ia fse hog, Hereford with Ms tosr&ss. Sherdy after this
Byrd. Candidate asst be citizens -
I bIrI tOt Pr.L Coat': and Sbonkoca canre, :fnebsrse* aadSboptMre he had to pnt 03 a deSvery pi..udiv. istau1M! a 4 I
wajcn tos ,I : of Florida, not over 4-t Tears of -
It eM 7. Of Wo. a1 ga1 i ihe p, abost: to be&L Elsezperien&e plT his e.:s ises with tieir : ... ..... .. VI'-hiT .. t. fUIlioa4
per- "'e grdL.a.tes of Mme reputableme
....L h r fet tags yen r.1y akiw. : demo: rsFS vhat can be ehatfs. H&Ts sfflr;' lots, ofgooosaarigist ; rolli-ge, hare at least a highMierary m 1M" !''wj w tttlt .. haet .f;

dose in this stave in the was of sack. eaeagfr, fen: just i
T TT-C of the selocd edneatioa and hold PLtjatt M w M OM nI nt
The au&erial wet si: Vr the Agriatom -i ralargTkr +e years aga he cane: bother he ha in ahrays J ;
membership: in a ooonty jaedksl society w. 4v 01 -..chh IMli_ LM ti. .. .
a WatMiigt.cnI from the .. ck '", T. "
: s of
3ci ry ]Ten essF'e i gcEu.e ine fife i
I ; to sbon to I of this stat*. I _
sat a fear IB the general aoeeftMfcaB -i and began cock rsiasg"Marian.iasy sherry in this way! Then he's barber JOSEPH Y. POSTEE, yes

., tk i.e a, bsl ii made > lag!.td at him. Sybg that it ed' w&a drummer too,
nearly everyday L'.1 State Health OfSeer.
far amain aftzfltt only and is a gem.Wefcaveaaattterof : iras a visionary scheme. Bzx: he hs.s ; fea tier don't bother rse. Dot ,

pUn xn fad ciaie z splendid saeoe**. Heiralies on .roor IDe. I G: el'ny poods 00'eamomil. .4-
JC1.E and J1A CL4 --- --
i 4] a( able k ase* that vffl nOt grow 1ti own: feed on his stock farm for his: and have J
geserar esocgh Sass. ced t/ce/N
taattitafcr fen Mil tiat does not eontaba SCO head, by plartfrg earn, prghm :;', to r. : m:3 regular
ay shipment 4p \ Ow tee of UM ...... ....-.
and in asR
iealiftr baiAeria, cats, ,
ta4r rape redtopHe hs. cones in fat sonfrtines
ray goods f fb&eone wilt a. aO klait o1 "e-nJII of u-.
bet leer fettaaet will the bacteria cf says that Florida is far ahead of rusty and s1 :Lawem.. fc t..s lliJlllt eeatAa

': eee hcae as..aver for one of heMr TE'1ll e and Eestsety fur the r sin No. I dsa't want no dT rfuin'. I ] E to beno .OSlMetrk.., ra'1 ffif a

hgaaoes; iEstanee. the red ;of stock, beeasse lie pastsragelast dflE't wad i get te .1". What's: the )! '' dkemt Oa .. QU&Ut .w..r
b&Qtcrzia ii of no m.e to alfalfa thad aridbaris FUNERALDIRhCTO We E d .aver to .
riwsrr .. longer, fewer nxess use of hsrryicg tirocga fife." I "fJPi r' riot
n .
zliaHa tilt CO* ..... tlt. n. 4 of
asd setter vi& red clever nor are r&ijnirtd, the cue: con- I grr
Mr. Thomas J. s. bUslMs tad at eaa 1 s.o exrat..
Land-Brown a
mike a crop in wfl tiat Is _not rona are better and lOre crops: can ap l Q
I report, videfe f* WMMtty
that the __ BU fr piped iritia afar bacteria. The be raised rryear as he has fregn&nily great cress of the Soo1: the
0 track. .
we are doia d.r
Florida Htv 5 full Tuek of Coffin, r..};:t'1. *
: fair is
It :rue of tua, b ggarare'sd rii-ad three lady die to tie JI ] Ocala .
game p1' ptryerwW
o crops isd Burial Oaliii awl aB oi clay doreiv. la &+rretsee 1 1U p e he ide5. I newspapers of the state He says j I BarihJ K-rviee*. L XIDcl att '1 h..httI M4

tab ccknom toa'deabe There hall that they hare been patriotic andgenertrn
.aT yet are a Jlarge stock !
i! Erabslmbg to Order T. W. SMITH & CO.
tii t&e&eriaU zztrhes iL!It"U fart: within a abort gi raiaoe of j i
o a1L FU
tare swig of >iisla, fo= F Ocala which, dcrirg the 15 .
I .
grid gad cizMe: the j!an to &off more thin 3:>3 head of -

gatfM-r aid .1
Zee 01 tke aUM >iKTe. For tMsrea- state.In fill

MIl the kg \J1i are cad zsitro engaiterm. ie matter of fine cattle, Z. C.CfcanMiss .

voauxyntadjAaf io'Jil bsllers. of tke PatsKto Park '

eee ifiiiMig So gt( till irforma- Stock Fans, located within a mfte Pt'rsrtT TI Ion s

Ifee ea JM 11- jet' end BO tree ofkf and half of Oeala,easily leads in the. r I
stkiIg the s>ecretaiT of a : number of cattle on eiMbition, presectijg -

.!lure at Wa bison, D. C., to a herd of Herefords of aB ages

allay! teal Ue bafitHfl ol500 and one of Shorthorn Durham Tte

BMkri&" This may be fanged at while-faced: Herefords ja-esect a magnificent : I -

at buok tarmfn by vane people, appearance. One, native 1 Ii i II

bat if they .-II attempt tx g:'s w alfalfa buB tips the sale at 1>j) p inds,

r vitbest idoc kiting their sc3vHb while his big Shorthorn Puriam ball 4. I.J. OF YOUR STOMACH

alfa;:a Ueteria their weighs 15S pound*, his giant form, II
eiersThere Ii -
f4fl "faSert" most peculiar shaped head and horns making = I i IF YOU USE STIMULANT

arc awe arils is tie United'States him resemble a bc2alo. This is II _

F tkat fiatcraBy ooBtala alfalfa baeUria. a noted stock fares: of Marion and i I

bet I tbiok all of our+ FloridaaB embracesA) acres, where the feed I

> waged iaocalati I trove: is raised for Ms inmen herds. I I Demands

i sY .all doe as I fall without inocnUrton. The Slarion Stock Farm of ,Edwards .f a high standard ,

ptt 1; oo aodait on the al- Bros., who has some splendid

aMa J"OOtAt. toll baeceexiing with iaocultltea cattle of the Hereford and Shorthorn !I of Whi -
ky A) iC ;
,. gig a thrifty plant withIn treeds. I I '.

: ak alis e of root nodules. ii :
Disastrous Wrecks. The Strauss
; Trdj: your, br
Cariessness, is responsible for manya :: .-ru .
S., I. GAJTSELL. We Are Agents For j
railway wreck and the same caasts

. .Do It To D,,.'' are making human wrecks of S ;Jer- Tlje "Golden New Model" 3-Roller Whiskies will help s:
iron you
The tine-worn injunction, "Never ers throat and lung troables. j

J pot ot 'tfl to-morrow. what you can dot But since the advent of Dr. King's to do it :
Vertical Cane Mills and
4My," i< raw generally presented New Discovery for Conscription: ave you j

i kk fib form:"!).) it to-day! That is coughs and colds, even the worst The latest and most
up-to-date mills
.. cane put on the market. We
,. tie, tern. advice we want to give you cases can be cured, and hopeless resignation have them in stock If not OO1\'enient.ocalland (examine write us, money.. None bette- ,
r abest that faatVing ooogfa or demor- is no longer necessary. Mrs. and we will send you by return mail circular giving full description

i:: a...tIC cold with which you have been Lois Craig of Dorchester, Mass, is

. atzsgOng for e\'era1 days perhaps one of many whose life was saved by Our other specialties are American and Ell wood Ilog '" "NEVER
f WWho T et.OBlert-libaleremoo>1forIt Dr. King's New Discovery. This and Cattle Proof Field Fence; Sawh, Door and
to-day acid let that remedy be Dr. Illinds Tnrpenline Mill and Mining Supplier BUT THEY
BoMfcee' German Syrup, which has great remedy is guaranteed for all alii well a* a full mock of General Hardware REIGN xj x
throat and
been In use forjover thirty years. A lnngdseasesby'dmuggists. and Stose A nice line of Enameled, Copper -
Price 50c. and
few doe of it Hill undoubtedly re- $1.00. Trial bottle free and Xiekle-plated Cooking tten..ib!' .
At Tydings & Co's.
leive yoor conga or cold, and its continued -; m Strauss' 16 Fern-Hili

use for a few days will cure Dinner at the Club to Caogressnaaand : RYe, Strauss Royal I Rmrte
yea completely. Xo matter how Mrs. Linir. I MARION HARDWARE COMPANY. ,
dep-eaUd your cough even if dread
, CoL and Mrs. Robert Successors to Hubbard & Macdaff.
Lowry will
consumption has attaked your longs Cedar
German Syrup willl surely effect give a dinner this evening at the OCALA, .. FLORIDA. BrooK, W H. McBrayer

core a* it has done before in thousands Capital City club for Congress nan I ,

lung trouble.of apparently New trial hopeless bottles cases, 25c of; and Mrs. W. B. Lamar.i* Strauss' I X l Baltimore

regalar site ;5c.. For sale at Anti- The invited guests are Mrs Clarence WE WART Rye Queen An ; CO1ch

Mft&opoly Drug Store. m Knowles, Mrs. Don P3-f'dee.lli. and .

Mrs. Robert F. Maddox. MaioI'YimlO. EVERY GROWER IN
-- THE
r STATETO Pilgrimage
Eat Suson Predicted. Mr. William E. Chapin.M.s.Lamarwilwear HAVE OUR BOOKS Sour Mash, Planter Rye

The hotel proprietors have nearlyall : a Paris dinner ,

returned and are preparing their gown of yellow chiffon elaborately '"r.r:=A TZSITAilZS"-A complete manual on Florida crops.
I 71:221 CliSSiS"Book of special interest to Orange Growers. Maryland Rye
respective hostelries far opening. trimmer in yellow lace and spangledin "ILCrrA Fertilization.S:: .',: ":' "-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties Cultivation and Sh3p3 Old Havest

: Without exception they predict a gold. The skin is made with "22S : CoralSTRAUSS
miCIS'-Booklet on"Soil Seed, Planting and
banner winter for Florida and especially three deep flounces of lace, giving a of Fertilizers Discing and Shipping." Cultivating,Effect -
for St Augustine. Their full effect. The "P2"IiPLZ n2TZZ2>"3"-Ol special interest to pineapple growers. e
pre- corsage with full '"' "
"Clil :Z::,!.: -Book showing all our different brands L
, diction is based on the substantial fact elbow sleeves, is cut low and just in prices etc.NEW analyses

,, that their bookings are considerablyin the center is a wreath of old fashioned AND REVISED EDITIONS OF A.BOJUST

excess of any former year and flowers in various shades with PUBLISHED SENT FREE FOR THE ASKING. & CO.

the number of inquries regarding bow of black velvet ribbon. At the

rates ia greater than ever.-St. Ang-! waist is a girdle of violet velvet. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co WHOLESALE & RETAIL. LIQUOR DEALERS.

satin Record. Atlanta JournaL Jacksonville Florida. OCALA

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The paper "Of the People, tor the People rmd bv the People."


VOL .{X1h. NO 19, _;)GALA. FLORIDA. PRiU&t XOVEMBliK. .5. 1901 DO'.I.AK' A YEAR

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SU2ASZTH: 2ASSIS. Local SditcrHAPPENINGS I THE TYROLIEN QUEEN. to sleep, the Tyrolese approach. The Unique Thanksgiving Proclamation. Thanksgiving Day
I i .,T U .J IV..
i Fairies disappear, but reappear upon Mayor S. H. Powell, of Henderson I J J Like Christmas, the celebration of

ABOUT TOWN. 'I A Pretty Operetta Beautifully pre- hearing the Tyrolese bewailing the Ky..has issued the following Thanksgiving ;, Thanksgiving has made a big depar- I W 1HF

ii t loss of their queen, and present Rosa- proclamation stnce the presidential -!i I tare from the custom of its founders. '

Capt. T. H. Johnson spent Thank5ivlng I sented at the Opera House' Last ] lie, sleeping upon her throne. After election: i I Its celebration then was rigidly II

I at Lakeland. Night. much rejoicing, all unite in a grand "Whereas, in accord with Christian r religious-thanks were returned to
The Tyrolien Queen, given at the coronation song and curtain falls custom Thursday, Nov. 24, 19O, hath j j the Throne of Grace in sincere, I
Mrs. H. L. Masters has returned -
Opera House on Thanksgiving evening amid great rejoicing and applause.The been set apart as a day of Thanksgiving I I I I earnest fervent prayer.
from a trip to Jacksonville.
was one of the prettiest and music, which was excellent, and prayer, I do besech saints ,I The day is now given over mostly \

)It't sn. II. B. Masters and B. A. : daintiest operettas ever given in I II j I was furnished by Miss Byrd Wart- and sinners to go to church and be i to secular enjoyments-recreation The Jeweler

Weathers are on a visit to Leeburg.1 I I Ocala by. either foreign or local tal- i i I mann, piano; and Mr. Albert Gerig, good. Whether chanting hymns, I from the grinding hum drum of a $""9Nf'ttfilh&.r JUildi -

I ent. I cornet. shooting quail or sipping delicious strenuous life; feasting and merry g
Editor C. L. Bittinger has to I t Here's a Nice Ut From WhiH
from the of
the eye beauty, 'keep making.
It was given for the benefit of The Floridian is g Select
I a iKing to a SuitAbfe Pint
the Tampa fair for a short visit. I I Baptist church and was a splendidI I I innocency and take heed unto the Whether the later custom is an improvement For a Friend or ftatativ*
-" Mr. Alfred Ayer is amazed.
I thing that is right, for that shall over the old it is
success, due principally to the effortsof not our
Mr. James X. Badger,of Old Town, |1 I A state, he says, like an individual, SOLID GOLD WATCHES
3Irs. Hocker and her pretty and bring a man peace at the last.' province here to say our purposenow ,
went down to Tampa Wednesday to doesn't know when it is It. I SOLID GOLD MINIM
i graceful assistants.!: i ij "Let us be thankful that our col- is simply to wish that all the
take a peep at the fair. I Mr. Ayer has been out to California CUT GLASS WAMJAPANESE
i ii: Every seat in the Opera House was onels are not so full of corn as our readers of this paper, and all the people i q
I and its lands
saw and felt its
Mr. and Mn. Woodrow and IMss taken, so it was as great a success corn is full of kernels. I of the community will enjoy the WAM
j climate and says that Florida doesn't
Woodrow will spend Thanksgiving at financially as !t was socially. "Though the surrounding soil, day heartily,temperately and wisely I INDIAN BUCKKIX NOVKLT1H8
I know how rich she is. She can give
Blair Villa on Lake Weir. j Mrs. E. H. :Mote of Jacksonville, tickled with a hoe, is laughing with a GOLD LODGE !1MLZMS
I California cards and spades and beat Will Be Repeated
the that of Rosalie harvest, poor folks are still with us.
sang part
Charlie Moore, of this city, a her on climate.
I, At the almost unanimous 1 I
From thin and cold requestof .
i the Tyrolien Queen, and most soup I
.ttklent at the U. of F., is spendingthe j I'' And as for producing things Flor- good Lord, deliver them. Oh, Christ- all who witnesssU the first per- .1"The"pric w, You Will Ptotl AreAs
well did she
j excellently sing and act. :'I Low As iooj QMittlrs'
OOUda1Idth :
in Live Oak. ida is strictly it. California is a
formance, the Ocala Rifles
l ian and astonish the have been '
I She assumed the part well. men women, Will Admit. ,( llaml See,

)(n. W. J. Lohrig has returned I The following were the Tyrolese j: stranger to what crops really are. stomach of the starving sufferer with requested to repeat its: minstrel performance J f .- -.- ,, _...,_. ., ",
I i i Yet the fact remains, while one which will be done December .
oysters, turkey and mince pie. Adorn on -
)setae from her visit to the Tampa shepperdresses: .
I }. acre of Florida soil is worth about 2nd.
faIr. Mrs. William Goin, Mrs. Lee Miller the rasped -pauper- with comfortable I
i five acres of the California variety, clothing. It is one of the cleverest amateur I ,
I Mrs. Donald Mclver, 3Irs. Mary
Miss Caro Liddon home from
came the California acre sells for about five ,6 -
performances given in this
beloved let city
"Dearly us play upona .
Eagleton, Mrs. Robert Blake, Miss Pa
Gainesville Wednesday to spend a times as much as the Florida acre,
I and it would be difficult to be
harp of a thousand strings a new approached -
Georgia Smith, ,Miss Annie Davis, Ilt
few with her I I ,
days parents. even by her best real estate agents.Mr. by a professional I II
of hanks the organiza-
Miss Edith Piatt, Miss Grace Hatch- song I II
Ayer it is because Florida I
Mrs. Harriett Tobey, of Lake Weir, ell, Miss Esther Weathers, Miss Meta says Lord for the most charming crop of tion.All itf) i4
hides her light under a bushel. l i
beautiful babies old friends of the Rifles are urgedto I, r,4
eame up Wednesday! afternoon and is Jewett, Miss Mattie Williams, Miss ever born in the i ri
E Her own people do not know the since creation dawned and the hold up its hands and help swell /
the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. C. I Ethel Sinclair Miss Jessie Palmer. town I

e Porter. Miss Margaret Porter, Miss Alta blessings they enjoy and of course morning stars sangtoge.her. Sweet, the attendance on the 2nd as the

other people are not expected to dainty darlings, smile on like sun proceeds go toward furnishing the
Pearson Miss. Burford and Miss
Lovick Miller is at home from the "Mary know of them. .
beams in Kick armory with things of absolute need.
shady places. up your I
East Florida Seminary for Thanksgiving Leta Camp were the maids-of-honor I
Publicity-talk-which is cheap-if little heels and make of earth a Don't forget the date.

with his parents, Col and Mrs to the Queen. persisted in, would make Florida eaven. ; LIIMBEB!

\ L. P. Miller. Mrs. William Hocker, as "Mother Good Spirits I
hump "With charity unto all and malice
Grunt," of the Good don't all
Queen Gypsies was
spirits come from I
is what she needs and
Mr*. T. II. Johnson and Miss Clara Population toward none I do hereunto subscribemy The main II
exceedingly handsome and did her I Kentucky. source is:: the HOl'GII andimivtin
if her and
Johnson went out to Martel Wednesday resources general blessings o2cial signature to the words liver, and the fineest spirits ever made
part in a most delightful manner and I
to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. were known, her .population could that have been written this 9th day in the Blue Grass state could not rem- 'I
won enconiums on every hand. easily be made greater than Califoruia's j edy a bad liver or the hundred-and- 'Dry Siding, Flooring lad r..01111-
and: Mrs. D. A. Clark. of November, 1334.
The band of gypsies included the I ..- one ill effects produces.. You can'thave

following ladies who looked bewitch-, A Correction good spirits and bad liver B. H. Seymour
.\f eSSN. Oscar Zewadki and Ross j Every man should talk up the I a at ; ,
ingly attractive LYXXE Xov. 21 1904. the same time. Your liver must be
: ,
Chambers passed through Ocala II I state. I I Ocala, Fla.
in a fine condition if would feel
3Irs. Wm. Goin, Mrs. S. T. Sis I! To the Editor the Ocala Banner. you I
Wednesday en route to Tampa to see | Talk, talk, talk,! That should now buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright I i -
In article in the Banner of .
trunk, Mrs. J. B. C. Koonce, Miss i my i
tfc. fair.General '
big e be the motto. I of eye, light of step, vigorous andsuccessful
f 1001 in giving the total amount of
--- Johnnie Liddon, Miss Mary Anderson ,
in You
your pursuits. can
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"I Robert Bullock and Major ..Miss Violet Harris, Miss Leafy I j I Fruits as Medicine. property in Marion county assessed I put your liver in fine condition by using .t I

Geerge M. Hnbbard went down to Sylvester, Miss Pauline Sullivan, Miss I for 1504 you make me say 453,129, Green's August Flower, the greatest -

J s in Fruits aro divided by the famous of all medicines lor the liver nd' ;
Tampa' yesterday! to participate Gertrude Pereda, Miss Edna Dozier I whereas the amount should have been I : THE
French Dr. Dupoury into five classes: stomach and certain cure for dyspepsia -
tfce veterans<<: meeting Thursday. Miss Luella Gary. I j I $4,337,339. .
.-- 1st, acid; _nd, sweet; 3rd, astringent; cr indigestion. It hcs been NEXT
Will make correction in
Tray Hall of the U. of F., is at Mrs. W..J. Byrne was the pretty I 4th 5th you kindly I favorite household remedy for ov "
oily; mealy.In
this week' Banner.
heme the fairy queen and by her sweet singing thirty five years. August Flower will I TIME
for Thanksgiving holidays. t !
I the first he counts cherries, Yours very truly, make your liver healthy and active
endeared herself to the audience, :
He ha as his guest, George Bassett, : strawberries, raspberries,, gooseberries N. A. FORT. I and thus insure liberal
you supplyor
You Qtftkw
to mat
most of whom had never before II i come *
of Palatka, who also attends the Uni- peaches, apples, lemons and or- Death of t+r. Hiller's Father. "good spirits." Trial size, 25c; I you to visR er .*...

versity. heard her. I anges, and regards them of great hy- Mr. Edward Hiller has received the regular bottles, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly -,
Mrs. Geo. R. McKean, Mrs. Harry Drug Store. *.. I
Bruce Meffert, one of the East gienic value. sad information of the death of his
Lapham, Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. We Don't Claim
Cherries he prohibits to those affected father, which occurred at his home in More Prizes For Ocala
students A. L. Izlar, Mrs. H. D. Stokes, Mrs.
with neuralgia of the stomach. Springfield, Illinois 'Saturda). The Mr. H. H. Whitworth who
i Albert Gerig, Miss Valeta Potter, owns a to sell goods CHEAPER than
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Strawberries and raspberries he recommends deceased was seventy-five years of
I Miss Anna Savage: Miss Lutie Smith magnificent stock farm on Lemon anybody else, but we "BRAQ"

Mr. J. M. Meffert.Mr. and Miss Florrie Condon completed I. to the bilious and gouty, age.>T. Hiller has the sympathy of his avenue, about three miles from Ocala, on our stock. It I.i oae of the

W. A. Murphy, of Fairfield, is the fairy band. f- denies them to those affected with friends here in his bereavement. captured all the prizes at the South cleanest and moat up-to-date In
diabetes. Ocala. We will
In Ocala this morning on his way The costumes were lovely and the I Florida fair for the Durock Jersejs; visit ippr&et a
awards the first place
home from a visit to the Tampa fair, staging excellent and from the first i Grapes he viz: For best boar, first prize, $15;
I: and thinks them the cure excellence -
and othern southern second prize, $o; second best sow, $.5;
Zolfo Springs to the last act the singers were given 0. K. GROCERY
for the anaemic
heartiest applause.In second prize in the sweepstakes, |o
point very
-- and bilious.
-- consumptive,gouty
and second sweepstake prize, $5.
)(r. and Mrs. Edward Sterling the first act a band of Tyrolese, I Bananas are recommended for the Clark Bros.

w Spencer and their little daughter, while their flocks are feeding, select I typhoid patient. t'I1IzcJOllf ti"u
Study at t HOmB Next to Benus.
Hattie will go to Ocala Wenesday to 1 one of their number, named Rosalie, Lemonade is the best drink in fever. bttltf Leant CdYtallY u4 y 01 R

spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and i and crown her queen. ,After songs of The juice of half a lemon in a tea- cam leave more.bpme With or employment the Tablet to Home,lean Rhetoric Study Bookei,Lei Litenuii>ou.2>jam atthAlgebra.Geometry.Cr.mmar teed Hitary.. alii;. I fOLiJ.11JF N. YA.T.t.Rferrftl1.1

Mr*. Edward lIolder.-Jacksonrille praise to the beauty of their chosenone cupful ofstrong coffee,without sugar, lhsinLmnetc.Tearhenddedtopass Mill_ CireuUis&Mieifcl.1 I"etnminadc"**.raUlU.fl aL Ira* -' .. i ..,.,... N. a,4'S

San. a maiden hurriedly enters and often cures the sick headache.The -""-- -- ,
)lays Fannie Robinson passed gives the alarm that their flocks have apple is one of the best of

through Ocala from Gainesville gone astray. The whole band, excepting fruits. Baked or stewed it generallysuits OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. o. BOX 371,

Wednesday afternoon on her way to I Rosalie, goes in pursuit. Left the most delicate persons. THE PROVED

Tampa to spend the rest of the weekat alone, Rosalie expresses her wish to 1! Green figs are an excellent food H. R. HUNTER ,

the fair with her parents, Mr. and see more of the world. Unperceived, and are laxative. D JLLO T SUCCESSOR to 0. A. IIUNTER,
i .1
Mr M. E. Robinson, who are now a Gypsie enters and listens. She Prunes supply the highest nerve or

to that city.Joseph then confronts Rosalie and promises brain food; dried figs contain heat, From Colorado to the Atlantic I GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.

Her- everything she desires if she will fol- nerve and muscle; food; hence are Coast. From :Maryland to the Gulf
7 low her. When the Tyrolese return good for both cold and warm weather. of Mexico theYOUNG ,
riek students at the East: Florida
they are overwhelmed at the loss of Lemons and tomatoes are cooling.The .
Guaranteed Referenee Fttn i.
Seminary at Gainesville passed & MATrIS| Satisfaction ,
their queen, and go in search of her. small-seeded fruits, such as .
through Ocala Wednesday afternoon ocALA, e FUtftTDAI
The second act shows a strolling currants
blackberries, raspberries,
their to Crystal River for the Eden and Blue Gem
on way
band of Gypsies encamped by the roadside and strawberries, are among the best -
Thanksgiving holidays.The And The
I awaiting the return of their foods and medicines. Their sugar is I .N......... .N........

foot ball game between Tampa queen. She approaches, accompanied nutritious, their acid is cooling and I I Young IL Mathis Cantaloupes, CSd,

and Ocala that was to have been by Rosalie. There is much rejoicing, purifying. Eden Gem, Pollock and I THEIRS TO COMMAND r

played Thanksgiving afternoon at but Rosalie is frightened, and begs to Sweet ripe fruit in prime condition Genuine Rocky Ford.

Tampa has been called off as the be taken home. She is refused. In only is called perfect food. i,
Tampa team were unable to secure the middle of the night she steals We solicit the business of responsible eon" i
Social 1 Tonight. proven the best grown in their greater
the ground for that afternoon. away. Herabsence. isdiscoveredand productiveness, their superior shipping I and individuals assuring them
the Gypsies depart on the chase.In The B. Y. P. U. will give a social qualities and exqaS1t deliciousness and concerns ,

Episcopal Church Tea. third act Rosalie wanders into a this evening at the residence of Mrs. beauty. < -'. that every reasonable accommodation is I
They are STANDARDS now :bring
The ladies of Grace Episcopal forest, where she falls asleep, and is R. S. Hall on Ft. King avenue. the highest prices in all the best markets. theirs to command. i iI j

1 church will give a silver tea next of the union and Carefully saved seed from perfectly shap- .
discovered band of Fairies. The The young people
by a
I I ed and perfectly ripened mekns for sale. I with I
the residence of Come in and talk it over us.
Tuesday afternoon queen awakes her gentlyand asks her their friends, the young people of the Fun proof and particulars and price list

IN. G. T. Maugha and they condial- to remain with them, but Rosalie church and their friends are cordiaily furnished oa Personal or written application BANK
friends to be to C. H.MATH IS, Blackvffle.S.C. COMMERCIAL I
their ,
all of
ly Invite home. com- invited. 308 Wash- 1
begs to be taken They Or H. F. YOUNG & CO.

present. The proceeds will be devot- mend her for her loyalty, and promiseto "Hull Gull" dnd "Magazine" will ington St.,New York City. 11-35-311 OCALA, FLORIDA. S r

ed to the church building fund. divertisement and dainty refreshments -
be the
her home.In I
guide I A. H. MARSH, Asar. nurJ.OD.
..UOI.p.q pa.q..Qlu.OI. last scene the Fairies bring Rosa- will be served. -....NN+M..
at v Xidoevs and Bladder R'&tt 1..NN..N.. 4
.. !lVlcmvUHOllS.D1OJe : lie to her home and while lulling her Come promptly seven.


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THE OCALA BANNER SAM JONES ON BRYAN. I IRe I SEVERS THE TIES THAT- '-to be only 8 years old, that will produce I I

: from eight to twelve hundred I i Plantatioi for Rent
\. Sam P. Jones was opposed to BIND HIM TO MARION. i ) 1I
; boxes per acre this season, perfect in
HA2K maiS Editor. i :
Mr. Bryan in 1S96 and 1900 and made I

?. 7. tenei::!, Ssisess H&:1ger. him the subject of ridicule and burlesque Hon. C. M.Brown Becomes a Citizenof I color; no insects to molest these trees j I /' "''

-- of any consequence. I have never j I For 1905 vtlonging '-' # ...,
but he attended the St. Louis i Miami and Tells of its Wonderful

convention and came under the influence Future. heard of a white fly east of the e\"er-I The prooertv oe .o the:* of Aoram Mart**,"

,u the commoner's glades. Lands are all more or less in the eastern portion of Suor Hammock} compn**!* a $yll -
[ great mag- T the
7' 1 > Editor of the Metropolis: rocky, with marl sub-soil. The I' tion of about 500 acre under: fence a n* w wire fHM>. a.wt
|: netism and saw him there at his best. During my recent canvass of the country 350 acres of which ate in fine state o. c.Utiiatiof, ..lor....

I! Mr. Jones now speaks of Mr. Bryanas is settling up very rapidly, and I next vear.Thes31an.
state for governor I not only canvassed all kinds of property advancing but ; 1s OLe regarded as of the best qualityand are well tub-
follows: i ed for the colt'vatioa, of all the v-rops produced in the.l MotionApoly _
for votes, but had en ambition to still within bounds. Good farming !I t" !
rY There must be a reorganization
find | lands can be had from $15 to 100 !
out a location in Florida the per I
readjustment of things. Mr. Bryanis E
not only the greatest personalityon most promising and offering the acre near transportation. I II Jj DAVID S WOODROW, ;it. ,

would to who desire 1 ,.,.
this continent, but I believe he greatest possibilities to those seeking I j say any to tt
better their -.
condition if they can -
is, all in all, the statesmanon ,
greatest homes
young or old, rich or poor. .. 1
MOTTO: THE UAX.NEK, BEUEVI>O raise money sufficient to live on the
this continent. If he is wise and )Having been raised in Marion 1(
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO county two first years, come to Miami. The I I :i FURNITURE TALK!
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS judicious, he can, and, I believe (second to none in the state in quality I
more money you can bring the better t
he will lead a victorious party four of soil I had I I It
TAKEN ITS STAND IX THE BARRI- ) made up my mind I lf''
for you, of course, but you can witha 1| We are receiving evcry* tUy .hipMM* 0! t tI
OiDW WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE hence. After such a victory that t
years there
was somewhere within the ,
Furniture and all kinds of Ho** PsnnMligl o..Ie
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fair I
degree of
AVD ITS FIOHT WILL BE MADE FOR success, live the year 4
the republicans have had they are borders of Florida a location more I I t : and as fast as it can be unpack it ft* le.z. is .. 1 1I
THE BtJTTERMEXT OF THOSE AT THE through on your winter's work.
going to wind up in four years with a suitable to the growth and produc- I +, ,display. This line was ordered fwpeeUlljr far Mae t

BOTTOM- .-------.--= Belshazzar's feast, and Bryan will tion of fruit and vegetables than mv i The farming season in winter; J :i 'hloliday Trade, and it i Ii without a doubt tM "" j f fI

---" wages are high for all kinds of labor. tiest line we have ever carried. 1i'beu ultl I
be the Daniel who will read the hand- county; and if I could find such ,
Everything high you have to buy, about for a pretty and useful present come to a.. Ii
the "Thou
wall art
writing on place I determined to sever the ties
and Jet us ,bow you our stock.
everything have
weighed in the balance and!!Ifound that for 50 years bound me to Marion high you to sell. i i I
Gentlest winds sweep over you- The climate is s
good as the world
The merry huntsmen "holler;" wanting." When the democrats .county and her worthy people; as I affords. J. A. PITTMAN & SO N. I II

The skies above are just as blue claimed to come back to safety and had long since realized that thefpro- I t--- The Furniture Men. I II
At the who needs a dollar! I have
roan no hesitancy in saying to I I -
Atlanta Constitution. sanity, and adopted pretty much all duction of fruit and vegetables wouldbe II I I I
: you, reader and
my come, cast t
the principles of the republican party the main dependence of South .
When will Port Arthur fall i3 still your lot with the
aHesamdrum. us; corner stone of
platform they pulled off from Bryan Florida and that Marion
and Bryanism, yet Bryan threw him- I I north to, be relied upon was with too any far a great city is laid here, under the .......................... I

And BO Ocala merchant advertises self in the breach, andjnot only spoke degree of certainty. Andin my cam- impressive ceremonies of God's : We keep a full etin i.r .
natural benedictions.We .
with sincerity and honesty, but he work the East Coast I LOOK FOR .
i the 1)ettglay t+koe!llNor paign along ,,. Old Joe I
are from the north, south, east ''f. (I f
---- spoke to more'people!everywhere was mcch impressed with these industries -

.. Je4 Smith goes free. Sonebwljr than when he was running'tfor and determined Ito visit and west, one people,under one flag: \ THE SEAL Old Velvet, _

to mffer damages. come, and help us carry on .to successful ,
wsfct:; the presidency himself. There is again this portion and examine with .
-- --- Old
J.IHtIe+ DCr ha been pardoned. magic in his name. He has'some- more scrutiny; which I did. And as consummation this grand I r McBrayer, .
enterprise conceded I
8M kbe wIN BOW be good. thing to say to the common people, I traveled over and over this wonderful and broughtinto Mark Rogers :
.. ,
being by a man who has built
and the common people hear him, line of railway 367 miles from I Ig

Qty UM selooa IIDt ndment was ac- not only gladly, but by the millions.I Jacksonville to the city of Miami, more railroad, more churches and r Old Charter, "

U f4.4 ky the voters uf Florida-all am not a free silver man, but I ama soon to terminate in Key West, a done more for.Florida and suffering -

14w e1Dre were knocked out. Bryan man from this time on, andI distance of 165 .miles more, and humanity, possibly, than any man : ,.a'!. r Mt. Vernon, ?
verily believe that he will be the which will cost, when completedwith Hung Henry M. Flagler. Will be '
editor who discovered
Tb glad to give further information, to Cascade and I i
next president following Roosevelt, all not less than :
Parker can file his claim for the Car- appurtenances

medal if he still claims the and Teddy says he don't want it anymore 10,000,000, I could but ask myselfthe those in other part, who may desireit. I Other I : j

Respectfully, High
> hexer. after next term.A question: Why this great expenditure C. M. BROWX, : J

':- It U announced in ome of his own Magnificent Publication of money, along down this ., Grade WhIskies'

coast, which at that time must] have Southern pines are now being shipped : I
organ that Mr. Roosevelt J.will be a Frank Walpole editor of the Manatee -
been almost a desert waste. Besides, to the north for planting. CHOICE .. I
white man during his .next adminis- Record, has just printed a South .

tration. Florida fair edition of his this gigantic scheme has been the TABLE ll'WFJi.. I 7 Lm .
__ newspaper, -

II ear t received more votes for con- which he is distributing at the fair work of one man,single-handed I When. obtaintd .- j r I I f
had no occasion to risk one dollar for at Ocala -tj
in'+r to his di.trict than Parker for now being held in Tampa and which House Wine Room's will ,
his own personal benefit for he had GOLF RASH c ,, .
give I I'
liftliclHtt or Herrick for governor. nut result beneficially to that entire satisfaction to ,. A
all that heart could wish, or that the S the most
He I* aswng the eared.Canregiegace. county. It is handsomely illustratedand ,*' exacting of con- T t ... r
world need grant. But I see now noisseurs. We can ., J.
contains an excellent map of the supply tw.

A 'ra $l,00OGVto( that in that giant mind there was a ...... youwithadelightfulSber- r ,., a ,
county. The illustrations consist of at k p
...,. K M> evett campaign fund and ac- picture of what would soon be the ? *1 25, x most deli. 3 i I
beautiful residences, handsome orange cions Claret
""' 4I Jlt tinygtft' with a prayer.He consequence of this wonderful under- q. at$1.00 or the t II.
grape fruit and pipe apple I most luscious of Ports
tfctaku the prater was answered. taking, for less thin ten years have 1.25 at .. [
orchards, royal palms school build- Hart. _
passed and already throughout the .,
Ffettwi political idols arejaow abun- ings and picturesque river and forest f*
length: and breadth of this coast, .
tltMljr plentiful. Here is a chance scenery, which tell at a glance of the :
thrift and have set in and .
progress OC
far WH tnterprising pawn broker togatfetr delightful thing in that favored LA rOUSE| WINE :
like magje.buildings) towns and cities ROOMS J
up the pieces and sell them off section.Wr. 4 I
have flashed into being, and today
IS )J I l'I Walpole is to congratulatedon I II I A, FLOIJIDfl,
there is no part of Florida offeringthe II I .

W e suppose-that- -Teddy- will con- his very--splendid-----publication.. advantages of the East Coast. .eees ............88.._.

'- tider that last! Tuesday's cyclone Wh.t Watterson Says. Eight years ago the v..rit visited P-IEL.! -- ... ---

give him licence to eat with whom "We all can see more or less clearly the, then, hamlet of :Miami: with S3LL T

be darn in the future.-La- why we were so badly beaten.
pleases only a few houses and the promise of I We have
Orange Ga.) Graphic.Big Roosevelt gained the labor vote by two streets. Today I can look out tsi received our Fall line of

his shrewd work with the f
labor great wood, brick and stone
Hill Devery nascent his con- upon r" *
organizations he much i 1
; gained pretty buildings with their metalic roofs I
gratulations to President Roosevelt.He the whole
Hebrew vote his
by action sparkling all around under the glowof f T11Lk T I I *
w..u1J have d in the matter of the massacre of Jews
a tropical bun, while for miles A
Dr. Hwallow been elected. You can'tlore
inRussia. and he attracted to the republican ID ,
along the shores of historic Miami
Dig Dill.-Atlanta Journal. party for the first time in Soothed by Baths \vithuticuri :51 I
and the silvery sands of Biscayne I

.' The result in Minnesota Missouri its history the Catholic vote by his .121
bay is heard the rattle of machinery The

I Hindi New York and Kansas tells treatment of the friars in the Philip- largest stock in [Ocala. We
*, hum of the saw and tap of the ham- give )- .

the that the voter pines. lIe had, besides, the supportof the best values for the least i
story independent.( mer mingling their sounds with those { : moue." ,

I Ir abroad in the land. In time he trusts and the money interests.I across. the narrow bay, where the I t

alit make his in the advise democrats for the presentto J .
appearence mighty Atlantic wails and moan Chambers

!f ...... ____ stop planning and take a rest.That's and roars.I 1f SOAP '0$' f'q Shoe Company,

what I am to do.- '
, lam of Missouri, and Douglas, going have examined the country up i :he Ce Prise rrrle. ,

ef MttapiHfetts, are riding the crest Henry Watterson. and down the coast from this point, And gentle applications of CUTICURA m OPER.nOtSE BLOCK
'ALA. .
Ointment, the great Skin Cure. nna'DA. i
.I a.-.lar (democrat! wave. Their And Still There's Hope! and have never )known better crops For preserving, purifying and beautify IifiI:;; rLLlr.ii1Gi\ I ": iM

MAtftI nfcows that the entire demo- Independent voters after all are anywhere. The land is generally ing the skin, for cleansing the scih cf I I t
crusts,scales, and dandruff, and tie -- -
elfte tnrttft dklnU RO down in theUoofevelt every :year more numerous in this rolling pine and under cultivation ping of falling hair, for softening, whiten-step- Do !Q!! Need i.

wn.k. -.-- country. Massachusetts:: and I I responds beautifully to proper fertili- ing, and soothing red rough, and sore ny fUR I-J5? i
hands, for lame, sore, and bruised muscles,
I l'NIWfilt is contemplat- Rhode Island there were some 50,000 J I zation. There is, however, three incidental to outdoor :sports, for baby We hate a large
tug a \ to his mother's home ir in men who, after voting for a republican grades of land mostly pine, as before rashes annoying and: ciaiingsin irritations the and form nfl of mtna...bathsfor ';: yon can buy any where,01"and, In\\1U.oU the state)'011 ....._ lor eiMM ...

r (tawgia. The house I is still standing. candidate for president, were described, and next prairie lands, tions of women, and for many sanative, Goods sold on the Installm Try.. ... ."

I,. 8. Marshal Walter Johnson capable of antiseptic! which ru.diIy.suggest small dayments sift 'pI-- rt....
sa.sM.e voting for a democratic very rich, resembling in color and purposes to snit your ... \1 .. ..
themselves, as well as for all the purposescf connnience. 4Jtt
nl'J..alll'. will give him a big candidate for governor. In :Minnesota : quality .Mississippi bottom lands. the toilet, bath, and nursery, CuTI- !to:ey Criers eere : Ii-

.eeme. there were at least 50,000 more Last and least in order the hammock CURA Soap and CUTICURA Ointmentare Ii Yo: C"'t Co Pr'1 AIu::.
inJ Lpensable.Soldthronlthoutthe. a Write to 'Cs fir 1'r.i....,
of the same sort, and they did business land, which is generally rich. We always haea p*
very :
Cnticon lot
b Two Watson is a Georgian, a meat, We, K o!.ent, Me. (fa form of ChocoW! Coated advantage 01. of bargains that It te<
on Tuesday. It is discrimination Nearly all kinds FBI*,%5c. vial of wit My
vegetables grow ,, per 60) 1>rpoc- onon. 27 Ck rter- .M.. .'
eetherner, and an American citizen, r : PtriiRnedel* Ptlx:, Bwton IS Colutboi
s I of this sort that will make the and flourish here, and no farmer need A'e. "Porter Drag.; ft: Chem. Corp.,Sole Prop- j ..
and has a right to the enjoyment of'' toe.r coil for How to Piwrve, Purity&x$ *--ctif/ Ocala
:skin.3ca1Io!! Hiir.ADd Hitdj."
life republic live\ forever, if. anything ever suffer frem hunger, for this is FurnIture "
pottHtoal opinions. We don't believe Company.
will.-Springfield.) Republican. the home of the sweet potato, and ;
a man on account aWE
fish abound both in salt and fresh
.{ politic Wants It Unanimous. IH

, When the electoral college meets waters. The orange, lemon, lime, HAVE RECEIVED A XICE LINE OF : .

Thee" York Telegram says that grapefruit, avocado pear, mango, I' .
some distinguished
: = .... M* big ejection President Roose- the unsolid gentleman from pineapple, cocoanut, andjall kinds of b".
and shattered south \ '
should u4It
Wfc ** developing a fine brand of burner tropical fruit grow luxuriantly. And
arise and say: "I motion
He I id going to placate the you, Mr. after thorough investigation I believe t<<
Chairman, that the tail !
.rt... Ilk first act I is to push thee go with the this the very best place in all Floridafor

nir aHon of Crum. hide and make the election of Roosevelt oranges, grapefruit and all the ; '''f

unanimous, dod gast him?"- : : RO _

)Ir. Bryan advises those who can Memphis Commercial Appeal. Marion citrus family and Sumter and my counties friends in < KIOOD.

net enjoy the luxury of a turkey for'lhant.h.lng :

inner to feast on roast Wants to Brush Up his Feather. testify to my experience in the cultivation -

With ho desire to intrude upon the of this kind of fruit. Orangesand
plge Similar advice was given by a .
privacy of the Hon. David B. Hill, if grapefruit seem to bear much .: f"
fmoua French woman to a mob in ,
he will open the door wide younger and heavier than in .
enough to any ;
Part who were crying for bread. ,..
hand out his feather, we'll have it other part of the state. And I .,
knowof : IM..
She advised them to eat cake. YOUR INSPECTION
cleaned for him.-N. t ,
Telegram. CORDIALLY ,
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grapefruit trees near Miami said : : IX"ITED -a'u.
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As you are well aware there are I where it is far ahead of all the others, CJ

1 several different kinds of clothes, and =p It not only looks well, but alos wears ti

I : they are all seemingly good, It often well Even when the coat is worn ffl

happens the goodness is all on the '' ; and faded, it will still retain its shape. m

outside, and 'none of it is in the That means much to you and we a

making, This the vital point and 1; would like to have you come in and m

where the most care should be exercised / talk this over with us. We are the

In the .brand, the 'A P sole agents for these clothes, and web Q

goodness is on not only the outside, have had them for some time. If W

13 but on the inside as well That "THEWILTON"' 'we thought there was a better brands m

:q is where it gets its, popularity, and ; WJ made, we would soon change, but as ft*

Q there is not, we have no reason to do so, X 3 2C We are agents/ for the Moijarch Brand g

aijd Wauchusett Brand of qShirts. You will find that they are all that we claim for then) d


Arrow Brand of Collars. We have the finest assortnjeijt! ) of Caps that cOQ) be fouqd in the county. Alphiqe Hats. Derbys. I

Q Wrn)) Under Clothing in Wool, ,CottoQ) Mixed and Plush Lined. Half Hose in all the Latest Patterns. ft

Dress Suit Gases jtea To Be Had fit -- x Traveling Bags.




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Swedes to work In the saw mills ol great quantity of winter clothing

L k BE\V\ ARE A GROWTH the company. A few days ago sever JAPANESE ADVANCING blankets medicine and corned meats. i D'
i al mill men of Mississippi went tc Her captain said he was bound for WE EAT MEAT
eastern points to arrange to import New Chwang. The route and cargo j i m

: OF MILITARY SPIRITThis Japanese and other laborers to work ON PORT ARTHURAttack : of the Batelan were considered to be. -- To grow strong. Unless we get
in the mills of Mississippi.The suspicious ,and she was taken possession m
good meat we
negro is losing his ground anda and brought to Sasebo. may as well let
movement has begun that will takeaway m s it alone. There ia no strength
Not Yet Army
Is An Age cf Peaceful Industrialism the bread and meat before he Inactivity Prevails at Mukden. Hig in tough we'U-I instead or giving

t knows what has happened. i Being Reinforced. MukdenNov.. 22.-The anticipated :Hig i it take strength to digest
This agent says that It is impossible'to [HiI t t. i 1I
general attack by the Japanese has it. It
get the negroes to work regularly; I I fl; :' pays to he careful In
The uncertain.
not developed as yet. .
y GOOD CITIZENS' STAND FOR PEACE j jla that a negro will get $5 ahead a ) SHIP i I ty of the present situation gives rise w % buying meat-he sure to gel

%hrow up a $40 job to go on an excursion The Mikadols Men Are Planning a Tremsndous to conflicting rumors and speculation I I eta, I b.* iiwi-tender and fbof.-*.
Declares Professor J. G. Schurman, ; that they will drop off foi regarding future operations. Some Pay a little
:I more if Deed beaud
the least thing and have no compunction Attack Upon the Forts and
ef Cornell University In an Address expect the Japanese to attempt a
put something
about laying the plant up several They Claim They Will Capture theCzar's flanking movement in Tie Pass and 1IK your tonjHi-b
Cefort a Large Audience in Cooper I days while they go fishing or on, frol Forces.A others claim that the armies will practically which will put flesh fin your

Union New York City. ics. winter in their present posi: # bones and HtroDK blood in )1.Uf' ez
address The agents of these big plants are dispatch from Tokio early today tions. Complete inactivity prevails.The z r veins.
NVr York, Nor. 22.-ln an
going to get rid of the negrA as a la announceJ that the Japanese, after I nights are growing colder and
U*>r a large audience at Cooper I IUllea.
of borore as soon as possible. He has successful mining had occupied a coun' : fuel is scarcer. Crowds of Chineseare EDWARDSBROSaStalls
rmttent J. G. Schurman
proved unreliable.Children terscarp on Sungshu mountain on Fri : wandering over the fields and .
0 ra ll nalv.r Jty. has declared that : ( 2 ami 4 City: .lnrk't. Ocala, I'ha.eF .
mountain is combustible i
day, :\018. Ilihiung roads picking up everything
l\rHen'e'the repub- :
tense wkc with to
Narrowly Escape Death. east of Sung; :u mountain.Japs even the roots of their Chinese
fe oould! be aware of any tendency Chattanooga Tenn., Nov. 22.-Fire, corn. 5 r55 'tip5 J i5 r5 1 e5 e5t5c5!! & (.

_.rani growl* of military spirit. II destroyed the hacdosme residence' Being: Reinforced.Che ---
1 its ""..t* "nmeat must be," be said, "an Charles M. Willingham, on Vine street, NEWS TERSELY TOLD.
- ,..ftttttkm under the law and there Foo Nov. 21.-3 p. m.-A Jap
loss estimated at 10000. itM1uiiii
I entailing a
arrivals Bros
official among the
*s a grant l huoD for the United The fire broke out while Mr. and Mrs. thaithe At Canadaigua N. Y., Saturday, a
front from Dalny, states positively .
ta it. of Hume's history .
Willingham were at church, and spreadso trolley car wreck occurred in which
.. ,..r 133 II. C., to the establish rapidly that four small children, general, attack upon Port Arthur I six persons were injured. i of the empire. No nation can has not been resumed. Rumors to I Southern Copper Works :
had been left at home in charge
morals who that effect in Dalny have arisen be At Springfield, Ill., James M. Maxwell
tear M4itr. without come- high ,
; had narrow escapes.
of-a nurse shot and killed by Thomas
t including the seventh was
Our nation, foiexanpte. cause fresh troops
aM pelttkal. ka Ideas.endured for over a century I division recently landed are being Hall as the result of a practical joke. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills]]

honorable I Will Sell Late Queen's Effects. sent to the front. George Seaverns, a pioneer in the
lad made for Itself an
and General Metal
place to the political history of the I New York Nov 22.-The jewels It la belfeved that the explosion 1 grain business of Chicago. is dead at Workers.
for the prfnttplei and costumes of the late Queen Dragaof which took place on Nov. 16 occurredIn i his residence after an illness of several
.er" beanie It stands
: be sold at auction in
Servia are to work.
declaration olv some counter tunneling weeks. .
embodied In the
I London Dec. 8, says a Times dispach The second explosion which was The second division of the Russian
tadf'pqd re. that city. One of the articlesto much heavier, Old Stills taken in exchange for new
"Government of the people by the from heard on Nov. 19 was second Pacific squadron has arrived ones. Patching
sold is a brecelet given to the the best authority through the country a specialty. Orders
Is something 1 and its is reported upon at Frederickshaven Denmark and la by mail or .
the people
and for
tope of common Queen by the emperor of Russia as a that it was due to the blowingup anchored in Skagway bay. wire will receive prompt. attention at either of the
t for which every member a I wedding present. The sale is exciting of a Russian magazine.It following works .
trt I great interest among that the next attack
is expected
ooeai&g for which a citizen may die; a clay pit at Lynn, Mass., Saturday.
bat take away the Ideal and leave! Heir Refuses $3,000. upon affair.Port Arthur More will reinforcements be a tremendous ara They were skating on the thin ice. The FAYETTt 1MLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH GA

aetatof behind but tolerable prosperUjr. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 22.-Mary oldest of the boys was 15. JACKS WILLE FLA
the of General No- > MOBILE ALA
coming to support I
bery taxation, a big standing I Stevens jumped off the river bluff in Field Marshal At the unusual age of 107 years, .. Y.
dispatched to -
my and a despot over all as absolve I this city and killed herself. Her will, gi than those Il\Irs. Julia Zounski, probably the oldest

M any Oriental despot and as in; witnessed left John Crowley, a Oyama. white person on the coast, is dead
tk, ease of the Roman emperor, a na'i watchman at the city waterworks, ,': coast The Japanese defense forts are now at Pigeon constructing,bay, at St. Joseph's hospital in Tacoma, f7'a A M MINJ."
flea will fall Into decay and gradually $3,000. Crowley positively refused to indication that Wash. t 41U1
I which Is accepted as
( dlayr. take the'money.ExGovernor I I they expect to be defending Port Arthur L. H. Melton has been found guilty i I
"It i. the duty of all good citizensto of South Carolina Dead themselves some day. In the federal 'court at Birmingham, I Have you decided on the kind of

wwk for peace; to assume that we New York Nov. 22.-Hugh s.1 I Ala., of using the mails fraudulently, fertilizer you are going to use? It'su
Ire Brigs In a world of peace; to rec- former govenor of South and will serve one year In the penl-
Thompson Steamer Captund.Tokio
German | t t not a
question of how much but
of j : ,
-. osslw that our Is an age peaceful Carolina died at his residence; Son- j tentiary.
iadutrIallsm.M I day. He was born in Charleston S, j jC I II Nov. 22.-The navy department General Louis de Palma Ceenola, director I what kind wm tn bait result 4
the of the German y
In recent years he was ; reports j can obtained. You can't make
I ., in 1836. while attemptIng and trustee of the Metropolitan'Museum a a
TO REPLACE NEGRO LABOR. I i comptroller of the New York Life insurance I to steamer run the Port Arthur blockade.The of Art, died suddenly' today J ; mistake when you use our high grade

I: company. department says that at 3 a. m. from an attack of acute indigestion Rei w fertilizers.
Mill Men To Bring Foreigners to Take:.I -- 19 a Japanese squadron cruising was 72 years old. : 4
[ Their Pla ea. I The betrothal is officially amunuiceQ who on Yentai. sighted a vessel steamIng J. B. Cassidy. supposed to be from Highest cash price pauljfordfy: : bones
of Hesse
Montgomery, Ala., her. 22.A rep of the grand duke Vio :. for Port Arthur. The gunboat t Schenect&rdy N. Y. baa bee foood I

.'. reseoUUre of the Georgia Pine, LumWr Fla-. divorced from of Coburg cousin,In Princess 1901, to Tatsuta pursued and overtook the dead In bed at daytaa' hotel to Trc ": FLORIDA FERTILIZER :MIG. COHPIHT
1; company, of Jacksonville toria of Saxe steamer at 5 o'clock in the morning. ton, N. J. He tad been asphyxiated
,-, ') last week on his Eleanor of _. Gilnajvillo, Fla.
1fLI In Montgomery On board of the vessel was found a. throtsh: an a.cc1dezd. ,
lay home from New York, where he lernns-LYch... b.. .",
kid been after Scandinavians and ,

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THANKSmiNQ ECHOES. Jicksonville Real Estate. ,. CLARK HOWELL FOR GOVERNOR. )i DEFENSE GUIM' THEY I Amateur Burgiar-He-rs.a Ycurg Man Burnt Uvs I t.r Trn AciiAthene Cf ik* *:%-

The popsed auction sale on November I urcs/anfc
Well Known Georgia Announces HU Pop the Q, est1on. N. C.. NO*, *<.-*.. t'II'.

: The price for turkey in the New 23th of the lots representedby Candidacy for that Office. I IAtlanu. ( HAVE EYE WITNESS, New York, Nov. 2* -An amateur Howard manager: Jt/m. : 0- flrlait of ..t'If'*

York market Thanksgiving time have the property known as the Dyal- Nov. 23-Positive anncune* burglar giving his na-ie as \V VaaderbUt'i )BMnur! *.**:.. ti.tI-
Tbh tytHCl street,
adi-anced from 13 cents in 1900 to Upchurch sub-division, is another evidence ment of his intention to run for gjv- Watson captured in of lila first mUted iUiatIe! *X taking IUdra.r<< > M'f!

40 cent per pound in 19J4. The of the push and enterprise of j e-rnor two years hence was: made uj Han Patterson's Lawyers Siy tas told an Sn amusing acquiring stot th v o property of acId, a Jove affair beieg Hit: 'iI'ye "'
Hon. Clark Howell, Editor of the At experience
World wants to know why? the well-known real estate firm of I''la.nta When arrested ire bad several his act. .
and senator Clear Hsr. 4
Constitution stats They Will the He went to the Bl'.tmor.: owr *r) *n

Brobston, Fendig & Co. !I from this district Tuesday.; pieces of silverware btsr.ns (-f the WltC6I.'lft tallow .t
.\1 usual Mr. Horace Vose of Westerly taaufac- asked prIOR
This property is located near the I!I This declaraUoji! of Mr ..1til's I intention initials of wealthy >o3tp Ma to Lru a "< : .,
R. I., as has been his custom CAW THE FATAL SHOT FIFIZD::: !Ming in Madison &\- rue. One .
:. at this time is di i to the vr: turer re In the urnac- Aft.r WIt\( uJn
proposed terminals of the Atlantic I Vatson's letters
to buy.
: fr thirty years: furnished the White tual announcement of ther caaUlse? I p'9: Mi been pawned: the letters burn i'e ba f the ..zkman
Coast Line. The Coast Line people I Man Will Swer He Witr)2ssd Caesar breakfast, but was quickly re o
for the lion. J. II. Ei- :
Heu( e turkey. It weighed 30 pounds governorship by : goo bJ. He went w tt.(' hilt

have already beguI; the constructionof till of Savannah, and Hon. Boykin Ycung in the Act of Killing Himself covered. c2ere and ottvneU: >om.bydrv*.
and New York would have he more
at prices Watson told the police: that
terminal facilities to cost approx- Wright of Augusta.It -Court Will Adjourn Toiay: : LJn- cyanic! acid! took it to the M", IUfualt T
old for 12. The White House turkey lost his position as a
f has been reported for soase tim had recently an'l drank ItVb"-n
millon dollars which oa river, near by
imately one extremely
til Next Monday.
and was
U nelectid when young and fed past that Mr. Howell would run, but'I hospital attendant his body was fou a a few bourn ier
when completed, will cause an ad- hungry when he found the basementdoor
he has remained silent as to his into { When the trial duwnwa I
on iclal diet. No crowned head in New York, Nov. 24. and walkedin. he was lyiug with Wk face
vance of all contiguous property. tions until today. In response to tha t t/f Nan Patterson was resumed today I of the mansion open in the water, his body on tfc. *h< i.-
Bur0|>e could possibly have had a finer sneaked upstairs and was
He .
The Dyal-Upchurch sub-division is question whether or not he would b a her attorney, Abraham Levy, declared In Mr. Vanderbllt'a oc. ws Ie w H
: silver
di ,h than the president had Thanks- candidate Mr. Howell said about to help himself to some
: that although the prosecution has the following 19..*..: "Ut jam s bu
Line ter-
sufficiently near the Coast man and a hand .
articles when a young
Riving.r "The fact that two other anounce. erected several strong barriers tarougb be being judge lOt a! *"
: minals to afford very convenient res- ments have already been made perhaps some girl entered the parlor.Vat ,
which the defense will have to batter Young Grimes had oft*. .!**" this

') : Ed. Carmichael sold 80 turkeys idence and is easily accessible to the justifies me in saying even thus early, its way to secure the acquittal of Miss son was frightened badly but con dra love affair sad teM a frt.-n
that I will be in the race that my Patterson, he had no fear taat they cealed himself behind some heavy ".... l IN i blw a
the day before thanksgiving. One of city. The tract is directly on the I compelled to stand the girl in qu- ttoa
friends may know of my intentions. would not succeed. He asserted that peries and was "
them wa sold and resold until he Phoenix car route and within the city there several hours while the young devilish life.
he would bring forward a witness, who -
patict1 $2I.Th to change hands. T limits. couple discussed their affairs and theyouth
WATSON TO EDIT MAGAZINE. would tell a convincing story of having and was accept WOMAN SHOOTS AT FEUDIST3

The very successful sale early in actually seen the shooting no mat. finallv proposed
Turkeys In Oeala sold from 10 to 15 ed. When he was able to escape from
Former Candidate for PresL ter how strong the evidence of the Out the Wallace "
October of the North End subdivision Populist the fellow found all Attempt Made to Clean
; cnt ]*r pound. In other words a dent to Enter Journalism. people to the effect that no one was the hiding plac FamMy.
by the same firm confirms the exits fastened and was compelled to
turkey dinner in Ocala, just as good Thomson, Ga., No. 23.-Thomas within range of vision of the cab the Huntington. W. Va., Xov 21.-Tfci
E'I throughout
idea that suburban real estate in when the fatal shot was fired. Ths! remain in the house
Watson, recent candidate of the tbe Me Sandy river -
In all fourth eluded community acroae
respect;, cost just one as night. Early in the morningthe
Jacksonville is in great demand.- ples' party for the presidency, has announced witness was a passenger on a streetcar the av- from Yorkvilto WM tbt ac flf of a
mueh the dinner would have the servants and fled
aa same
West Broadway, a .
Florida Daily Sun. November 22. that he has made arrange passing across after be was arrested. fatal feud during the light ixfw.. n
I ('et4 In New York. ments with a New York publisher ta short distance from the scene of the enue. Soon the family of John Wallas and Ute

issue "Tom Watson's Magazine," at a tragedy, he said, and in his narrativehe brothert.
Notice.A RATES. Curry
ThfmUit have been three'hun- I I will swear from where he stood, ABSTAINERS GET LOWER
low price by which he expects to The latter demandsd Ifcaor at Wa-
examination for the I
dml turkey sold in Ocala for competitive reach a class of readers heretofore in Will Make lace's saloon! but were iWu. l Wh'-a
Thanksgiving& and there was very few position of Special.Sanitary Agent of accessible.The Life Insurance Them a Special Class. the Curry brothers organ ih< *mil

: the State Board of Health of Florida, magazine, he says, will be en / 2-1.-Total abstainers Wallace closed lat, saloon. La .-r ul
of its dtitf-nu who did not enjoy a 7 \ Ne wYcrk, Nov.
will be held at the office of the State tirely under his control and he will \ in the matter of spiritous and malt Curry brothers with others went to
dinner with all the accessories.
turkey write for it exclusively.Mr. Wallace's hoa demanding thai Wl-!
Fla. likely in the near future
Board of Health, Jacksonville, liquors are
It wa a day to be thankful for. Watson is to deliver an addresson to be given special low rates by the lace come out. When Mrs. Wallace
: December 1st 1904, to fill a vacancy Crawfordville Ga. the
Nov. 30. at leading life insurance companies, according stated that her hutbaad WM n M

BCUCVICW.OwTrspcmdtnce caused by the resignation of Dr. Hi- former home of Alexander H. Stevens. to the Tribune.As home the crowd broke io tb* wtodowa

ram Byrd. Candidates must be citizens is well known, the insurance Mrs. Wallace then flwd toto tht- croW4

4tI Ocala Banner. of Florida, not over 40 years of NEWS TERSELY TOLD. companies never issue policies to immoderate and fatally wwmded Tho u. furry

( drinkers where the circumstances Mrs. Wallace was aMt twte*. u.('"
Mn! Mary Foggreturned last week
age, gradaates of some reputable Thity negroes narrowlyescaped are known, but for many years in the It.g and the otMr Urn la tbf

from flreer, where she has been medical college, have at least a high death by flames today in St.; Louis by numerous authoritieS have claimed shoulder. SIte ro4 to Umu K>

'l pending tOme weeks. school literary education, and hold jumpfiT; from a burning building into --i-i'' that the average span of life was long where she Rave the alarm and tb* MU*

The home of Mr. and Sam Barrett membership in a county medical so- tarpaulins hold by firemen. I er among persons who were not total Iff and deputies left for tM SC M of

waa gladdened last week by the Marietta, Ga., is getting ready to en abstainers and the underwriters have trouble.
of this state.
-. tertain the North Georgia Conference never taken -decided stand in the Wallace escaped to Yortnlle. Ml

arrival of a fine boy. JOSEPH Y. PORTER, of the Methodist! Episcopal church, matter. Now, however, it is stated of his live stock WM kWH by the aw*.

The Rev. Mr. Sullivan delivered a 12.1 State Health Officer. I which meets there Wednesday, Nov. I. that a number of actuaries and medical -

i lecture on temperance in the town 23. directors have been working on STATEMENT NOT TRUE.
Singer Sewing Machines and Supplies. I I
: hall Friday evening, the occasion Fred Schmidt a student of Cornell statistics running over a period oi
Since the removal of Mr. Lipscomb. ten and from the recordsof Inquiry of Judge Swayne CaM in P,..
university, fell from the parallel bars NAN PATTEHSOX. over years
the of the Women'sChrl.tlan
being founding
to Gainesville, Singer sewing ma- I number of life companies, nits at Washington.
in the gymnasium today and sustained though his glance was but momentary, a large
: Temperance Union. chines and supplies can be obtained injuries, that will make him a physical he saw Nan Patterson's companionIn several of the authorities ve come Washington Nov. 24 .-Wb.. th.

V The regular meeting of Belleview from L. W. Jackson, salesman and wreck. the cab grasping a revolver in' hia to the conclusion that the total abtain. Swayne inquiry before tM houclary > Ia.

lodge .\. F. & .\. M., was held Saturday collector, No. 2S4 Ocklawaha avenue, The steamship Sicilian Prince was hand and struggling with the :young I I ers as a class live longer by from 20 committee WM WWHO**! today
Ocala. 11- 11 un ; to 50 per cent than the moderate Joseph N. Stripling lTU.*.. Sta tH*
evening in their hall on West still ashore today on the sand bar at woman who was endeavoring to wrest
I for the ontbni dies ricf
Long Beach the attempt made at high it from him. At the close of t01ay'sproceEdilos drinker as a class. attorney *
Front treet. The farmers of the country are 1of Florida, WM caU d by tb. df****,
tide early today to pull her off being an adjournment will be '
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrell and moving along a peg also. They are unsuccessful. taken until next Monday, as it is the SUED FOR LARGE SUM. t lIe was appointe ddtotriet attorney fof

a beefsteak and oyster j I custom of the 1 the firM time darrn* tIN Ham*** .&
not to
: ebUdren are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. now growing Staunton Military academy at Staun- court convene on
t and butter from the !I a Friday after a holiday. Thos. Lawson, a Well Known Broker ministration. He dished a Mu'mrat
.\. Lueiu plant ton'a..; was almost entirely destroyed
Before the of Is the Defendant. made by the wh..... J N C aku('
: W rk on and improvement milkweed. Soon they can say: by fire today. Many of the boys lost i opening today's proceedings ..Uicd
necessary repairs :Mr.: Rand announced tha Boston, Nov. 24.-Thomas Lawson ton, who had t a few day* af-'

: on the property known "Avant, ye Trusts!" all their belcnsings. Damage $15,000.; I I none of the most important witness I said today that service had been made that StripHag had wkei bat th.rt

insurance $13,000. I I called before on him of papers in a suit for $350- on Judge Swayme C' Had that It
aa Hallock'* lodge, a picturesque Talk about the "solid south. The Monday and the greater
I j. A Walla Walla Wash., firm has received 'I I in New Stockton would brtag kMiit .." a r*
'I. part o the day will be taken with 000 brought by persons York :
little heu.. of I up
e logs which was the so-th cards
put up can give spades an order from a Chinese company I
the expert testimony of physicians and but he was ignorant both as to the suit, he (Stripling) wa. IB a
a mile west of town yean ago by and the deal and beat her at her own for a number of fruit trees to be I! othe54witnesses by whom it will be attempted contents of the documents and the Individuals to see that Stockton Meld bav what

tie neveIr.. Hallock but never game. It is politically solid and will planted In that country. This is the I to prove that young could not named in them. He explained -. he wanted In the way of iwetvn..ipt

ojcupied, i il5 being rapidly pushed to soon be frozen solid. first order of its kind ever received. I have shot himself. While vitally im. that he wasso accustomed to I "Stockton WM nv mor. .i Uk*.

The official canvas of the Florida i portant to he prescutlon's case this receiving legal papers that Ce really in his ir?,' wM Sirt trng.

I completion since the arrival of the The president says he j is still half vote for president shows the following testimony will not have the human interest had not given this matter serious at- Mr StripliBf MM. tint eiwims

new owner, )Ir. Fish, of New York. southern. He ii. going to Georgia, results: Total vote cast, 39,307; I motive that will be found in the tetion. came to his bow* bvt oMt, aM (5

)lr. Warren Smith and son, Henry, and is going to be good. i Democratic. 27,046; Republican. 8,314; narratives of Mrs. Young. John Millin, He had merely noted that the sun on buJne of Stoeklon'a, aN f....4 e'

: left Wednesday for a couple of daysin i Socialist, 2,337; Populist, 1.C05; Prohibitionist the bookmaker's farmer partner, and a of $350.000 was mentioned and that the I I e4 but a few raiQ H.n.

The Marion Farms is converting irs 5. dozen other witnesses. names of Fuller and Coudert appeared

Tampa. cane crop into sugar."Train's A bulletin was issued by the Cen The skeleton which was brought before passing it over to his at I DEBT CAUSE"D KILLING,

Thanksgiving day promises to be sus bureau today that in 105 countiesin into the case yesterday for the use ol torney. He said that he had never
late! is growing to be a
very quiet, nothing going on but Georgia the cotton ginned to Nov. Coroner's Physician O'Hanlon in describing heard of either Fuller or Coudert before i Prominent Loultvllle Mtrtfcint hays

'- family dinners until evening when familiar salutation. 14 as reported amounted to 1,246,997 the course of the bullet which and that the whole matter was I Dairyman with CaiM.Loulsvtlle. .

running bales this year as against 792,< caused Young's death, was again "all Greek to him." Ky., NOT. fl.-Fre4..ris*

the Belleview Workers will give ana STOLE PREFERRED STEEL STOCK 664 bales for the same counties last brought into the court room when the I I Sanders: a dairy man, wag killed by

entertainment in the town hall. JQal. trial was resumed today. PRINTERS GET .WAGES RAISED. William H. Slaughter. Jr. a eu*i mf

JOSH.MARfCL Express Company Employe Abscondl Courtland Benedict, a well known The ghastly exhibit was suspendednear t' chant and one of the beat ksowo aIn ..

__ u _With! Securities.. business man and his wife of San Fran. the witness stand when Mr. Levy The New York Union Takes Money l in Louisville. The. mm-- had- an-- are----'

ITEMS. New York. Nov. 23.-Behind the publication cisco who were overcome by the fumei for the defense, continued the cross. Place of Fewer Hours. w ment over a debt whkheulat1aat4

by a detective agency in Wali of gas recently were at first reportedto examination of the coroner's physician New York, Nov. 24.-The Typothetae I in Slaughter striking Buxkra with

street of a notice warning brokers and be past recovery, have regained which was interrupted by the adjournment of New York, has announced that. such force that be dtekteatM bY a efc

ttxcut Corrwpondencc Ocala Banner: bankers that the assignment on two consciousness with a fair chance of re of court yesterday afternoon.Mr. at a conference of oomittees repr& death resulting tartaatlf. BIaq'tff

I Miss Jane D. Gilbert, of York, is certificatee: for 100 shares of United covering.Mrs. : Levy in his crossexaminationled sentlng the Typothetae the associar surrendered. The coro f'f teqw'e(

States Steel preferred stock, worth Dr. O'Hanlonback over the ground tion of employing printers and Typographical showed that Sanders' neck WMcated .....
visiting her nieces the Misses Bates about $78,000, and one certificate for J. 0. Rust, widow of the late ,_
covered in his direct
testimony yes union No. 6, the union committee and also fractured.
John 0. Rust of the most
one promi.
this week. 50 shares of Michigan! Copper Mining nent ministers in the south and who terday. The witness described in detail has withdrawn its demand for Sanders wu 55 tears old TJw tr e..

Miss Hattie Barco, of Albion, is stock worth about $500 had been died at Seattle, some months ago, hat the autopsy which he performed an eight-hour day, taking an increasein ble arose over an amount of $11 wbvrt
forged is
a report that the certificates v
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. R. Nealat been offered and has accepted the presidency on Young's body. wages instead. Sanders owed Mr. ShracftUr for
were stolen by a trusted employe ol "If had regarded the
you I The demand
case one of the
Cotton Plant, and will also visit at Edward Breitung of Marquette of Boscobel Female college, oi composers applied
Nashville Tenn. of homicide, would you have made a only to book and job offices. Pennsylvania en Trial Trip.
)artel while here. It is also stated that the ci ,
employe "
: more careful examination? asked Mr. The advance in wages granted was Boston01'. 3I.-T*. aw t'.....

There was a pound party at Mr. the express company asked for a vacation Owing to a collision between the Levy."I '?1.50 a week, bringing the wages us States cruiser Pee..'..... ari..4 tt
States collier! Abarenda
three weeks ago. After he had did not so regard it then as a to ?2i after Jan. 1. Boston harbor
According to
and. 11N. 1). A. Ausley's last Friday the Italian bark Nostra Signora delle the today from New York
% gone Breatung learned that the man of homicide."
union the demand for her
for shorter hourt official trial
trip over U. ('as
night which was very much enjoyed had left no definite address and told Grazie, the United States cruiser "Did
you regard it as a of suicide is
case put over for another )'earonly. Ann course. Tb PwinaytraaUi, Uk
i by all who attended it. About eighteen different persons various stories as to Olympia has postponed her departure ?" her
his from Genoa which was to have takes sister ships the Wet Vtfiam U4
destination Suspicion aroused ,
was "I did the
or twenty people came witness replied. Japan Gets Submarine Coloado
young Boats. must obtain aa
amg speed
last night
and an examination of the safety deposit place II
out from Ocala. Toklo, Nov. 24.-Five submarine of 22 knots for four eoettwttft IrIodrt
box to which the man had access John M. (Bud) Dillon, an old-tima I arrived .
Unprecedented Snow In England. at Yokohama today. in order to reach contractmenta. .. ,.
Misses Lucile and Belle Bates spent was hurriedly! made. It is said to have and widely known printer, Is dead at .t
London, Nov. 24-An A meeting of the.
unprecedented owtmr-et
resulted in the discovery that several the confederate soldiers' home neat
a very pleasant day last with Mrs. The sumarine
fall of snow has occurred in the Brit boats referred to In trial board was called. fee todey to <5clde -
I hundred shares were missing besides Nashville, Tenn., aged 71. He was a the
Andey.Everybody. the certificatesmentioned.Breitung !friend to Ople Read and the southern ish provinces. Many towns and vil the dispatch five boats from Toklo are probably upon the time! af tH trial Ie'make

remember the missionary hurried east and found that author made use of him as a character lages are isolated and railroad communication Point Mass. shipped from Quincy other necessary: arra.t..r..
I early in October
rally at St. Johns church next the man already had transferred som in several of his books. is greatly delayed. In overland last Two
some parts it is entirely i to the Pacific coast They Negroes Instantly Killed.
Sunday, Nov. 27. Dinner on the cf the shares to his own name. Owingto The barges Buffalo and Burden There are instances of stoppedI being I I were valued at nearly $4.000,000 and Philadelphia, NOT. 31.-lIery UK-

the form of assignment which ths which broke adrift from the Le- derson
tug and his
were understod
grounds. snowbound between to be intended for nephew George Uto-
the house Ja-
: _ certificates bore there is and
some: questionas high Sunday night near Boston, Mass, cemeteries and children have pan. The boats occupied 17 steel derson, negroes wera shot and killed
1 had to
Popular Visitors. to who will have to bear the loss
have been found the 15 miles early this
by tug fiat
be dug out of drifts between their cars, and six box caThey mornlg at l)*>feiyr.. A

Misses Annie and Maud Needham!: Lifeboat Crosses the Atlantic.St. east from Highland Lights. The tug houses and the schools. Even in West were shipped in sections, and each cai posse is searching far Prank tbfka.

J two of Ocala'8 most charming and Jvhns, N. F., Nov. 21.-The life proceeded with them to Boston. All Cornwall and the island of Jersey, was carefully covered with canvas a negro, who Is alleged to MT* eos fmitted
: board were well, and the barges had which
on the
: beautiful young ladies, who have boat Uradd which arrived here Fri where snow is a rarity heavy falls concealed the contents. murders.

been spending a week with their day from Sal&sund Norway Aug. 7. met with no mishap. are reported. Ten to twenty degreesof ---- Henderson said he bad iMt 8yfe*

: had a most wonderful trip being replete Detectives left Bluefields W. Va., to. frost were registered In the United( No Mare Six-Day Contests. on the road and that tM latter M4 -

friends, Mrs. J. T. Moore and Mrs. with thrilling experiences. Sh.! day for New York, having in charge: Kingdom last night. New lm\ Nov. u-An ordinance shot him without waratec Tfca "'* 11.1

. T : Sue Eichelberger, left yesterday for was fired on by a Norwegian whaler Prof. Popen, who will be turned over which been passed by the ed man died: soon aft.eft. -...

their home after to the Austrian consul, charged with Colonel 1 board of aldermen having for its ob overtook the fugitive aad ..,...
a delightful visit in mistake for a whalo; was fouled in Estill to Run for Governor.
complicity in the robbery of the post. ject the prevention of to seize him, but was Ufa .
an ice floe and nearly crushed: was almost six-day bicycle: -"t\!
attending the fair and looking around Savannah, Ga. Nov. 24.-Colonel J. racing is
office at Budapest. Poppen was quite broad in Its --
:: ; at the city. They made many friends ashore on the Farce islands ized to open a bank in Stinega this II. Estill has practically anounced his so much so that it might be provisIons, Shot Man Through Heart.

in Tampa and it is hoped they will through being driven on a reef; was state when arrested. candidacy for governor, though his announcement ed to stop many POpular Interpret. Butt, Mont. Nov 21. ....J ..
nearly sunk by an ocean steamer oft is still in the tentativeform forbids games. It Schwann, proprietor
persOns of thi Sewst.
make another visit soon as Bell* Isle strait dismasted Two hundred and fifty-one Chines? any In a contest 01 -
they were ; was by a by his reservation to the Printing: Works hu
effect Speed, skill beou
arrived in San Francisco from the St. or s t.Ot p.;
very much pleased with Tampa- hurricane: and for five weeks drifted that he would'run if a sufficient number In the endurance.remaining killed by a boy naa
Louis fair today in charge of an immigration contest for more than I&i-a Start!' 4
: helplessly at-'the ct the of citizens three
mercy waves, should show they hours SchW&ID"fib
Tampa Tribune.I and a want out of any 24. m"JnI14ttn.t,
and nearly ended her career on the Inspector strong him. Verbal! and written assurances plkatiobn Under 6tr1ct at his home and la -.
the frigbua the .
imiaedlatclT trans. new Us&
They were
ledges off this V>rt in a blizzard! on rae tending to convince him that i, by the as efcned away and save Mrs. Ba
ferred from Oakland Hole to the mayor, might affect asa 'NOt 4

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iiACDflflEp Former Judge Moran Dies of Heart The trial of Nan Patterson, the ao

Disease in New York. tress was continued until Monday. .

New York Nov. .The body of Andrew Carnegie has offered to give

former Judge Moran. the well known the negroes of Atlanta. $10,000'to build .

corporation lawyer, of Chicago died a library

suddenly yesterday, in this city and) Luther
Bishop D, Wilson, of Maryland -
will be taken home Displayand
has been elected president of the
la the (all of 189 I contracted that fearful Shortly after Mr. Moran's death Anti-Saloon League.On .
disease Blood lV>i on. It gained such Physician Weston was sum
headway that I was forced to resign my moned to the hotel. He made a brief account of ill-health Judge Sheffield
ftosilion ami seek relief at Hot Sprin .. of the Pataula circuit of Georgia
After spending all the meant I had I went determined the cause of death may resign his office.A 9 ,
.. Mrophi In leu than three weeks I (valvular disease of the heart) and
eras in a hospital and after nine weeks of granted a permit for the removal of Bessemer /ix, plant has been Grand Opening of

tttftVttng I vat discharged aa cured. In the body. awarded a large contract fo water

Itta than a month every bone in my body When he sent his report to the coroners pipes for the Panama canal.
WtBied to be affected and felt as if they
vouUl break at the least exertion Again office he omitted to specify the It is rumored that Congressman T.

I yeas compelled to resign, and I returned cause of death. A rumor started that W. Hardwick, of Georgia, will enter

to the hospital for a seven weeks stay. death was due to suicide and Coorner the race for governor two years hence.

When I tame out I was advised to try Scholer telephoned to the police to It is probable that the gamekeeper Xmas and Goods1st
trtntng When I first went on the farm Ifcrevallrd Holiday
}. on the only firm who handled stop the removal of the body. Then who was recently shot In the eye &o

rugs to get me one down bottles of S.S. the coroner hastened to the Waldorf- cidentally by George Gould will save

S. At that time both of my hands were Astoria. His Investigation showed his sight.It .

broken out with blisters and I was covered there was no ground for the rumors. is reported that the fees in Judge
frith boils and sores. In the mean time my
druid had gotten two dozen bottles of Parker's first cases in New York, after
for and I WOMAN CUTS HER THOAT. he his office amounted to
8.8.8. me began its use, and opened
after taking the thirteenth bottle not a $10,000.A Thursday Dec.
ton or buil1U risible R. B. POWEU. She,Had Been Accused of Murder, but ,
cold wave has swept over Northern
Cart 9th St, Little Rock, Ark. Was Acquitted.
and eastern New England and the
Philadelphia Nov. 21.-A woman,
Of all human diseases,Contagious Blood thermometer in northern Vermont
said to be Mrs. Bonnie and who, according -
Poison is the most hideous and hateful. towns stood at Zero. % 1904 '
Tbf victim is tortured with to neighbors came to this city ,
tores and abscesses, unsightly botches, three years ago from Washington after President Roosevelt has written a M 7'P
eruptions and other symptoms of the mis- being acquitted of the murder of personal letter to a friend in which P -

treble disease. S. S. S. has been usedsuccessfully a clerk in the Census bureau, today he says he is saddened by the attitude AT THE

for nearly fifty years for committed suicide by cutting her of the south toward him.
Contagious Blood
f Poison. It contains thorat with her husband's razor. The supreme court has decided that .

no mercury, The oman had been in illhealthfor "Pop" Dodge's divorce valid. This

potash or other about two months. On May 15, '', settles one of the most sensationalcases

mineral.Our home 1901, James Seymour Ayres, a resident of its kind ever tried.
treatment book of 'Michigan and clerk in the 1
were BazaarStore
who arrestedat
give all the The two women

: symptoms bureau
at Washington, was
of this dis- Wrightsville Ga., for the murder
found dead in his room at a hotel
Medical advice
ease. of Clayton Williams, have been dis
free with bullet wounds in his head. Sus i
charged for lack of evidence.
bi Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ca.k picion rested on :Mrs. Bonine who occupied Announcement was made Satuday ol
apartments in the same hotel.
She the completion of the fund of $600,000for
was arrested and admitted beingIn
Ayer's room but denied all knowledge the erection of a national monument Our Counters are Filled With This Season's Newest Creations inLadies'

Jut ItO BABY IN FRONT YARD. of the murder. The trial result. to the late President McKInley.A ,
and Gents' Furnishings.
:. ed in her acquittal. negro boy pushed a white boy

,b :; Mt.rlous Affair Causes the Officersto Mrs. Bonine was 31 years of age. 1 under a moving train at Newberne, We are showing fancy Shawls, Capes, Coats, Jackets, and Ladies'
i-, Hold Investigation I N. C., Friday and caused him to lose *

:! h; lathe Creek, Mich., Nov 21-WedttUy NEGRO MAKES GRAVE CHARGES an arm. The negro gives no excuse Tailor Made Suites. No uss to quote Prices you must see our

;: r eight the body of a male child,, for his action.ExSecretary.
t Prominent Minister Severely Arralgm values and compare prices to judge of our Bargains.
ito moBtM oW. was buried in the Root, Republican, is
Preachers of His Race.
front yard of Quint! Waltmore, en Mac out in a statement that' the Missouri
Monticello Ga., Nov. 21.-AtlanU
toIU 'Ut.t.! legislature which is now Republican,
Annual conference African Methodist
Not on* member of his! family saw should re-elect Senator Cockrell, Democrat
'.4 Episcopal church, is in session here Working day and night on our Line We are taking measures for Christ
t,e "au.a..tIAba ,. for another term. I
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c Lh ial 4UpH>*liy across from Whit- The President conference Ji. Flipper opened, Friday.Morris Brown! There is practically no change toda? of Holiday Goods Public School, Church, mas Suits or Pants. Our new samples are

term .hi Mrs Frank Reynolds who, and Sunday School Committees will have
College, is chairman of the financial: in the condition of Colonel W. C. P here from Wanamaker & Brown. You
ia rcepMr with a boarder, Joseph attention and discount
Breckenridge. He rested fairly wel. special special
committee Dean W. G. Alexander Is
take risk fit sale.
"'_ ... tM three at work. no ; we you or no
ft a# men
chairman of the committee on state during the early part of the morning. prices. Allow us to show you through be-

tM to ding a red lantern. Supposing of the country. Oxygen is still being administered. The fore SEE OUR SAMPLES

tiki M was ttttfltore who was at work The report .on. education will be extensively doctors think he may live through the you buy.

Wr. HfjrMUi asked the family about day.
discussed.Dr. .
It Plat day They were greatly surprtef J. A. Davis, presiding elder, Atlanta A Physician Healed THE OCALA BAZAAR.

*. Md uta tavtftiigatlon saw where district, preached the annual setman F P ADSOU:
tfe f**>aad !.set been disturbed. last night showing the conference Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing phy- Commercial Bank Building

WkNaos. tttepboaed the police de- almost, to excitement, among sician of Smith Grove, Ky.,*for over ,

qtr'm'. t lad be was requested to dig thirty years, writes his personal ex-
other things he said the negro preachers
tlw IFMM. He put It off until as a mass' were false, insincere perience with Foley's Kidney Cure.

,.$.?day wfcea be made: the excavattea and wouM not pay their honest debts, "For years I have been greatly bothered -

at the depth of G feet found the I and that the majority of presiding elders with kidney and bladder trouble p ___ n__ _. '.
:Ufaai In a wooden box which had would sell out to any ordinary and enlarged prostrate gland. I .

.; Wwi AM* with faded wall paper acJwMh drunken steward, he said the churchwas used everything known to the profession !I..: .

M44 cotton. The baby was rotten to the core and unpreparedto without relief, until I com-

... ...*4 and was surrounded with handle the great mass of the crim menced to use Foleo's Kidney Cure.

fm.t finals of the race. After taking: three bottles I was entirely 4-

aer Mmitt summoned Jury Rev. Davis is regarded as one oi : relieved and cured. I prescribeit '

; to i*' ttfttm the ease.Ta the most intelligent as well as clean now daily in my practice and Cold I

a r'. paunch of the child found burIN I in life and character of any African heartily recommend its use to all -

; -j s3 )tfioJla street prove to be Methodist Episcopal preacher in the physicians for tuch troubles. I have I I t

f Hr. sad Mrs. James Drake. _
: state. prescribed it in hundreds of cases with .

f They sat that the child was born ---- perfect KUCCSSS." Sold by Postoffice ,

r 4 *4 tad tart tkey law no harm la KILLED BY PISTOL BALL. Drug rftore. m .

,'-'ire It *tore tb"rd..

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f Young Man Shot by Companion in an WIVES IN THREE STATES. II
CCL PITCHER REPRIMANDED. Atlanta Hotel. I II Storage '

t, Atlanta, Nov. 21.-As the result of a Preacher Had Mania for Marrying Chil :

t Ctwrtlt'lrtlll! Dropped at RGunt.oft pistol-shot wound inflicted by a companion dren Convicted of Bigamy. :

: Girt He Jilted.: in the Cannon house early Friday Cincinnati, 0., Nov.. 21.-Four hours : Ir

." l:;;.-, \\'sabdatlr+e, Nov. 21.-The care: of morning, David B. Owen, a young after going to trial at Circleville 0., ,. ... j jI

:"J..Ieqt"lDt CW&et 11'.4 Pitcher, of man about 18 years of age died at Friday the Rev. William T. Uicholson 1 : .'

._::.iJU Twft\-f'lrhth Infantry, who was the Grady hospital. a Baptist preacher of Columbus, I ; ; "

t SfoI1ld to lave jilted Miss Carolinaitatobd Bert Spencer, aged 17, who did the was convicted by a jury of bigamy. \ M t

; .- a etak In the war department, I shooting, and Herbert Talley, aged 18 The Rev. Nicholson has a mania let I.r ea s : .

i\frv days before the date set for who witnessed it, are held at police child wives, and he had succeeded in of...
t : ;
further investig, accumulating two more than the law
,Ur IH rrtl Ie. was closed with a barracks pendinf a

/.; try lHr seat to Colonel Pitcher tlon by the police. Both young men allowed. Almost every time he moved

b, Ltattaaat Genera! Chaffee. claim the shooting was an evident -that. is, assumed pastoral chargein y
bt"eMk1 friends of MUa Harold and Owen before his death, said he some other state, he took unto- himself -. We beg to announce that we are now ready to cure and store meat for the

:ask4 tint Colonel Pitcher be court had been shot accidentally. another wife. We have a modern, improved ancf up-to-date plant, with all the lat *t
The Rev. Nicholson started in the : public. ,
.. Nrt.1&J oft offer a charge and of a conduct gentleman unit Negroes Get Heavy Sentence. marrying game in Arlington, Ga., I ideas in equipment, and machinery, in charge of a thorough and oxj rlen jil I
In the
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 21.- superior where he took his first charge. There
:Iliad: UMterl that be bad Jilted sever Friday Charles Gaston enineer. Our Cold Storage Department will be superintended by
court he married Hattie Benuefield, 14 years
',.tom >yo&Bf women In the same burglar who terrorized
the notorious negro old and still wearing short dresses.
[*if, Nt UtM Harold asked that the suburbs last sum. !

'. at* b. 4M p( mer, was A year later he was assigned to a
!* M fwllwr notoriety.i .
Tom Hurt, a negro
the penitentiary. church in Marshalltown, Iowa, and he
h4 Mler to Colonel pitcher Gen. robbed a white man named business in Cincinnati and Atlanta, ande, fir ;
man who. left his young bride behind telling who has had long experience in the
...I CUffee stated that in deference wilbur
Kite was sent up for 15 years. her he ,would send for her as soon as that it is
Ie 111M further aoaetttd in Ocala. We can guarantee
llaro)4 request no 'Hartman, a negro boy burglar he had provided a home. He providedthe the past two seasons
.. + He concluded
in the peniten
was given six years home. His wife did nct occupyit
[*kJi a stop reprimand for the lanp4ft three houses.To .
tiary. He burglarized ,but Lena Gilmore, barely 14, whom
aced Colonel Pitcher in his ,
he married two weeks after arrivingIn
ttpt to from InspoctofViral : Rehabilitate Farmers'
an taqulry
the town. NoGuessWork .
21.-The secretary
die. N. C., Nov.
was Raleigh
IVartoo. letter
State Farm From there he went to Circleville, .' }
W4 >* SWrtiary Tart and a copy ottHt of the North Carolina
where he married 15-year-old Myrtle
that the work
tae fiknl with Colonel Pitcher'stcisat7 ers' Alliance announces
Zimmerman after a courtship bare
the order in this
., c !. : rwerd. of rehabilitating... V.Q nnrsnad with laeat'l( ly three weeks.
:;: state WIll now 110 y --- .

activity the elections being over. It Indictments Nol Possed. With USJo. 1
WPPRESS to d&very ,
Was decided .in the spring Montgomery, Ala, Nov. 2I.-Six itf '
work until the elections ended dictments against ex-Judge F. C. Ran. . Mississippi( ', little out
r Vardaman, of the order
desire being to keep of tie probabte court were
:;,....y U.. Troop to Protect Negroes. the dolph ,, '
K. under of politics entirely. noUe prossed here Friday. The In. with fairness and courtesy.'e
,0\ Ort ww. NOT. 21.-Acting dictments charged embezzlement from And we assure ;you that you will be treated
li ttr from Governor
Alabama Synod Adjourns. the state and county of about $9,000. satisfaction and solicit your patronage.
V&l'4.Amn. the Mb 4sppl! authorities 21.-The synod guarantee
Anniston, .Ala., Nov Seven other indictments involving $21,"
M't betty Iur of extermination Friday to meet
Alabama adjourned 000 were disposed of several days
_Jatt ..tJt.capins In the southern the First Presbyterian
next year with ago in the same way. i
'fart of tae lUte This has been

::flit, of the whitecap leaders, V. V. church at the Montgomery.most successlull synod Does't Respect Old Age. OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

..ec11to4. WiJ: CUM and Marcus probablY About 150 delegates It's shameful when youth fails to :
Its I
In ,
after. )are been indicted at Jack I loom all parts of the state attended. show proper respect for old age, but 'Meffert & Taylor

Isr eoo prfng to drive away negro just the contrary in the case of Dr. I I i

Bears who were murdered ort Florida Election Returns. King's New Life Pills. They cut off PHONE ,34, Ocala Florida
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, -M t4 to abandon their homes, Jacksonville I*. Nov. 21.-Official maladies no motter how severe and

"', g nu.--tMautD&Uon.Vardaman has announced returns of the recent election of Polk are coun all irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia, 1! We would'be'glad to have the public call and inspect our plant when in our City.

which the exception jaundice, fever, constipation all yieldto

F, t raUi8tloa to suppress white- in BrOward, for governor, received this perfect pill. 25c, at TydingsCo. I -. __L==: 'D k:;
He ty. amendments to j- ff
thr'ouithoat Mississippi. prothe S,08G rotes. Of 14 ., drug store m Ya

.. pI'Ot\lttll1C negroes if he has the constitution, but one was adopted
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Frantically Waving PetticoatShe
Governor Gives Reception to Distinguished .
Warns Engineer.
PUtsburg. Nov 22.-Frantically, Visitor and Party. BOY'S OVERCOATS
New Orleans Nov. 21.-Secretary cl CHILD EH'S DEPARTMENT TH E 2 0ND
craving the ,little. red petticoat she
War Taft and party reached here to 1rti( 's Gray Plaid extra
waj about to hang on the line when day. They were received: by 'a committee There* is no store in Ocala who, lone t rain proof . 111.1'",

she heard the rumble of the approach 'of prominent citizens, coaiber4' i takes more pride in showing !; i [> n lien Black Melton[ ,

ser to Inc the borne express Baltimore'In, Mrs.Couter. &William,.Ohio east tracks of Dunn McKees-near ran of detail the cf overnor's regulars staff and and. mailers a military of ti land ments, than for we coming do. We women keep.of garBO S T 0 N' S 'I' 0 1r.\ r..j. I fancy Oxford lini.ii Gray, .3I. ltn. . >u.Men's *0MEN'S )

the state guard.Shortly rain and t moth proof. C "
port, and succeeded in attracting the
attention of Engineer Samuel Bitts. after tht arrival of the secretaiy ? thing that is worn by babies in the 1 It.n'K Brown Plaid,

He applied the emergency brakes, and at his Governor Blanchard .cradle to girls in their wedding extra lonvr, . . S1H1

only three mn were hurt in the wreck and members of his staff !in uniform dresses. We are now showing a full At last we have: hai a saapio cf tie cald weather we :are len* o ford aIR)",
made a formal call the dlstlnguishers : xtralon/. t .X*
nrhich upon + '
followed. But for the actionof line of Girl's and Misses Jackets, to enjoj this winter.. You tetter prepare new ss that you : "
Mrs. Dunn many lives would probably visitors. Subsequently t F will be able ta aeet it when it comes ia fall blast-: tf o have M[ ;tT* -lack Melton, .
have been lost for the West New. there was a public reception: at which Coats D e sand all kinds of Underwear "best value': 1 . . "I.*I
F a 1 large line of garments that: will protect you fra the
ton express carrying passengers many representative business! men met I9 ahats.nice line of Street Also a very 1 large list ei Bsy'i Crtr
fiercest blizzards New is the time to put in a n p1. $S,W.
the aii 2 >= to
ran Into the wreck of a freight secretary. Still later the visitors and Walkingalso I =ceats in. all sisss styles
train. boarded the United States steamer --

The freight train had parted on a General Newton, accompanied by }l:

trade and the sections coming togeth. l local l committees and made an inspection I
I of the harbor. A WORD TO rHE WISE
er had piled half a dozen cars on the I
tracks. Fireman James Allen know. Secretary Taft will speak on the I

lag the passenger train was hastening president and army at a brilliant ban. t J -
toward the spot at 40 miles an hour quet arranged in his honor tonight.
and was even then Hue ran down the Governor Blanchard will also be Ladies' MOij-Toilored Suits 'I Ladies' SHirts

track waving his arms, but he was not among the speakers. Tomorrow the
.ten in tJce.Irs.. Dunn's signal ,Taft party will go on a special train You will find] the largest line of ladies' suits here Our line consists of about 1000 skirts in tho la twt

wu seen but the passenger train to Reserve, 30 miles from New Or than in effects of Mannish Worsted hill
I Central Florida. We have them in the latest styles, made mixtures Serges, *, s
ployn- Into the wreckage, throwingIt leans. Reserve Is one of the largest
finest ofjMannish mixed Tweeds in all colors and sizes. liantines and Ladies' Cloth, Also a nice line of Drew
from and
the track.NATIONAL sugar plantations fn the
state. Sunday evening Secretary Taft Remember they are made by men. It would take too much Shirts, made of Taffetta Silk, Peau do Soie and Satin A -

GRANGE IN SESSION. will be a guest at a dinner given by space to explain about the different kin s.. large assortment of Walking Skirts in new mixture.

Archbishop ChAppelle at the Archepis- The Prices are.. . . . . . . .$7.50 to 820.00 Buy a Shirt for dress for. . . . _.. 8.50 to 815.00
Made for Officers' copal residence
Appropriations Sal.
A :real nice suit for. . . . . . . . . 810.00 Buy a Skirt for street wear for . . . 81.W to $&bl} '
aries and Expenses. Monsignor Chappelle was for some ..
Portland, Ore., Nov. 22.-The report time the representative of the Catholic
MI M of the finance committee which has church in the Philippines. -
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been unanimously adopted by the na The Taft party expects to get away
i tlonal grange now In convention here from New Orleans on the Dolphin Ladies' Waists Ladies' Jackets
consists chiefly In providing salaries Sunday evening. _-

e for the officers of the national We offer the most complete line of Waists in this \ 'e have them in long ones and short ones. They < -

body.The. e A Card. section. Any lind f.goods desired can be found in our
worthy master's compensations This is to certify that all druggistsare ? are made of Broadcloths, Covert cloths, Zebelines and all
storeFlannels Brilliantines Peau de SOle Taffeta Silk
fixed at $300 a year, $3 a day and ,
authorized to refund your moneyif grades of Mannish Mixtures. You find them .
can for the
expenses while away from his office; and China Silk : in assorted colors.
the worthy lecturer $400 and the same Foley's Honey and Tar fails to We offer a nice Pall de Sole in ass'rtd. shades for. .83.75 entire family in all sizes and shades. i-

per diem and traveling expenses; the cure your ,cough or cold. It stops Crepe de Shine for . . . . . . . . .82.75 .- --
worthy secretary $1,200 and expenses; the cough and heals the lungs. Pre- All wool Flannel for. . .-. . . . . . . 82.00 O.s are f com . . . . . .$..5t to $20.oo -

the worthy treasurer $400 and expen- vents pneumonia and will cure incip- Others in assorted materials for. : . . . .oOc. to 83.00: We offer. a nice one (worth $;.50) for. . . . . .$5.00
des; the high priest and members of
i the executive committee $3 per day ient consumption. Contains no
and expenses while engaged In grange opiates and is safest for children. rMen's

work. Sever thousand dollars is set Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and TOMEN

zc apart as a lecture and extension fund insist upon having it. Stops the Suits Boy's; SuitsAll

to be expended by the executive com I cough and heals the lungs. Sold by
All kinds of weaves and mixtures have
E mittee. Postoffice Drug Store. m enough Suits to clothe =
to select from, some round cuts, some
_ < A large audience witnessed; the impressive every boy county. Our
square cuts, and all are the latest counters and tables are loaded down
and peculiar rites of the Sen. Cockrell for Canal Commissioner
S grand In honor of their departed broth' Washington, Nov. .-Hailed by a ''I styles. To specify them would take with the best values that money can
ere tnd sisters and tender memories nouncement yet has been made regarding more space than we are able to buy. buy. Styles are the latest. Buster
were revived as tributes spoken."PARRYISM" the president's action in HERE is A SPECIMEN: AND Brown, Norfolk, Vestee and Square
the selection cuts. Prices
: are the lowest.
of a man to succeed: Frank I I Men's Black Clay Suits (all wool $9.50 Buster Brown suits, sizes 3 to
CRITICISED.But Hecker, on the Isthmian canal commission I 1 Fancy Suits for $10.00 8 years for $1. to 1.00 -
it is known he Is considering "Men's- Black Unfinished worsted ]BOYSYou II Yestee Suits sizes 3 to 8 years
A. F. L Refuses to Declare ai seriously the appointment! of Senator I i' Suits for :<::!': .00 for 1 to .:00
Prctector of Nonunion Men. Suits sizes 3 to 15 F-
San Francisco, Nov. 22.-At one session Cockrell of Missouri to the vacancy. I t a Others in fancy and black y eras for $ to 5.00 I
i If
of the American! Federation of the senator should conclude that he : :'. $-5. $6. a7. $3. and our best for $13.00 Square Cut Suits sizes 3 to 8
does not care to undertake the work i: )'earsfor $1 to $6.fiOBoy's
the labor Boot a resolution was introduced by. of the canal commission, it Is certain : are now about to t
and Shoemakers' union asking
the president will give him some con- ; f Men's\ PcntsWe
the delegates to
go on record as Pants =
genIal, position befitting his
character ;
favorable to the sentiment t ;
that labor and services. i :t confront a very cold
organizations are the true protectors I iI '
of tho non-unionists and against the I are showing the latest You
know -
Fourteen Die in Coal Mine. ; that there is
\ very
claims of citizens' alliances and manu and :
tactU TS' associations St. Paul, Minn. Nov 21.-A Fer-1\ n 3 styles in Pants; some are fancies problem Word -
they are little '
nle, B. C changes in "
the dispatch says that 14 miners Bob a Pants,
guardians of the rights and liberties
were killed at the Carbonado some are staples, all are money
of unorganized workers. AfterA mines near Morlssey, Friday after.I: to the Wise is sufficient. that ia in regard to styles We
heated debate, in which several delegates I savers.
noon, as the result =
a terrific
criticised what they termed sxposion an have pants that
of coal gas. The disaster Men's Pants for SlOu. to 85.00 are strong and
Parrylsm.. the resolution was lost. .ir.! Beware and
A curred ,in No. 1 mine, 10 mil s west Prepare, .
overtime for asking government for back workmen pay for, of Fernie.! The work of rescue was A pair of good wool pants for in all sizes for.

kept up all afternoon and all ,
the bodies
dating back to 1861, was adopted.
the The convention Porto Rico delegates Invited have been recovered. ." $2.50 NOW IS THE TIME 25c to $1.50

to hold its next animal .. I
session at San Juan. Lost Life In Fire.

r Houston, Tex., Nov. 21.-The residence .

HANGED HIMSELF IN A RAGE. of R. H. Wood at Rockporf. -

Dissatisfied with Wife's Housekeeping burned Texas mother-in-law. a early popular today.summer Mrs. Howard resort was the I Men and Boys Shoes LAST BUT NOT LEAST.WOl1)en & Girls Shoes =

Man Commits Suicide. of Mr. Wood, watE
Men's Calf Shoes
New York, Nov. 22.-Dissatisfied burned to death and the other members Women's Don g ola Shoes -

with his wife's house keeping and of the family had narow et>capes.Th .50 to $3.00 ..., -
finally throwing himself into a towerIng eorigin of the fire is unknown. Loss 61.5Women's
rage because; dinner was not reads estimated at 11,000. Men's VH Shoes 5
ta emoment he arrived at home. John I I Vici Kid Shoes 1
We want to it
$2.25 to 83.50: impress mind that
upon your
P. Zeigler! a furrier has hanged him we areT _'_ "L .. .A
!. I VUlCU raient Leather
self at his home in the Bronx. I I Men's\ Patent Leather
the best Shoes in'
selling world the
the Shoes
Mrs. Zelgler told the coroner that GUILTYOF I are (guaranteed) 8t.54
Shoes $2.50 to $5.00
Although she tried hard to conduct renowned Misses! Dongola
k the household to please her husban J. Boy's Calf Shoes
hd was never satisfied. She said h< GROSS NEGLIGENCE school] Shoes accordingto
81.25 to 82.00
attempted to poison himself two size 81.00
months ago and later tried to kill both DID NOT HEED WARNINGS Boy's Vici Shoes HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES to $2.00

by putting poison In the tea. Misses' Vici Kid Shoes
This i la the verdict that should be re.- $1.75 to 83.00 (Best in the World.)

Two Men Meet Tragic Death. fared In BO many cases of death from kid. according size 81.00 to !*.#

Atlanta Xov. 22.-Two men wen Del diseases. A slight disorder which

killed on the railroad tracks near each could have been easily cured,la neglected

other Saturday night William T unl terminates la Bright1 Disease ot A BEAUTIFUL DOLL GIVEN
Fleming was found in a dying, condition Diabetes. AWAY FREE
near the new car shed close tc Most of these victims could have teen .#

the Mitchell street viaduct Sunday laved by taking FOLET'S KIDDY Gust, To every girl accompanied by a lady we will give a chanee on a beautiful doll 33 IIIC i

morning about 2 o'clock, and two hour as It positively will cure any case of kidney es high dregs ed ill -
55 later the body of Henry E. Hayes, a or bladder disease If taken In time Silk Clothes. This doll will be given !away cn December 25th, Christmas

tatlooary Tigineer, was found lying but It cannot make new kidneys for. ;
you Yor don't have to buy anything to obtain chance.
across a track near the McDanie! So don't risk life and health by delay but a

street crossing. Fleming had been take FOLET'S KIDDY CUES at once. ,
knocked from a passenger train while Diseased
kidneys Injure all et the organs -
trying to get Into a coach. Hayes
as then fail
they to eliminate
was over by a train and cut almostin I Ii i from the blood which accounts for poisons the THE BOSTON STORE THE BOSTON STORE. I THE
many different symptoms of this disease. STORE.

Old r Railroader Dead. FOLET'S EXDSST Cues makes the kidneys .

Austin, Tex., Nov. 22.'-'Major John right and the attendant Ills quickly ,

C. Lewis, traveling passenger agent of disappear.
the Iron Mountain railroad is dead in Watch your kidney., as you may be -
this city after a three weeks' illness. drifting toward1. Bright1 Disease ; and, ..r.-:

He was 74 years of age and was one ol remember, that the work of destructiongoes

the oldest traveling pasenger agents on constantly, and If yea have reasons c. 1. G RAe E. ,.
in the country having been connected to believe your kidneys or bladderare THE
with the Iron Mountain! system for the affected, you should take FOLET'S CLUBHOUSE
Successor to Central Lumoer Co. .
years. at once and remove all Dealer In
possibility of fatal result
Asheville Loses by Fire. SETMOCS WEBB .
Asheville, N. C., Nov. 22.-Fire, "I had been troubled,of Moira with,N.Ywrltes: Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring,Ceiling, Cuisine First Class.

which broke out Sunday night has: for twenty-five years and had my tried kidneys several and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick. totes Reaso9abl..

'wrought damage totaling between 75. physicians but received no relief Manufacturer of
000 farther and swelled$100,000, and the losses may be I bought a bottle of FOLET'S KnuraT Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and Refurgisrjed] Throughout -

extinguished, although before ,the tOO flames geographical are. CUBE. After using two bottles I was Window Frames, Mantcls Church Seats, Pulpits, School] Special Rotes by Month

location of the burned buildings FCLET'B absolutely KIDSET"cured. I earnestly* recommend Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

is such that only two or three others Ccsx. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and .

: in the Yid&itr could suffer. Postoffi/* Drug Store. -/ .. --l I1 J Jd sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly; I MRS.- THOS. J. BARNES-PROP- -- 1 J

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FUNERAL __ -- ..- __ -- -- :or: ..."- -:
Largest Since Burial
the of Heny Clay Party Is Welcomed to that State by I
'DN Peculiar Accident which Results Fa
MURDER CHARGE Yea.-s Ago. Governor LaFcllatte. !

Lexington Ky..% r\ov. 22.-The funeral Madison Wls., Nov. 2.4.-Georgia BUREAU ON COTTON tally to a Signal Man. !

of Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge and Wisconsin joined ban's yesterday. New York, Nov. 23.-A peculiar ae PayYou

held here today at 2 p. m.. was the Distinguished officials and citizens cf cident In the subway which resultedin I
Master Iron Workere and Thsir the instant death of William IIMcMillan
largest since the funerals of
Henry the great southern commonwealth and ir You IU1\'tHln v fltl! Efttdlt
Statement of theSupie
Prelirninany signal has caused
a man,
Clay and Senator James B. Beck.
Moulders Clash. leading educators of the nicest: of all I I If to sell
Leading citizens from all over the the state ,universities of the countryare : Ginned to Ii 0 V. 14. great excitement among the pasengers
aboard tran who for few
Blue Grass region and lawyers and ; honored guests of Wisconsin's: fore an express a OHYou're '
OPEN SHOP POLICY minutes before announced that the 3I .
PREVAILS! professional men of other cites
were most state officials and scaoclmen.!
MILLION train was-on fire and tried to escape. thinking: of ...4i4II
present. OVER LAST Y2AR
All the local civic bodies
This neon the comarnity: met at tha I F
I Florida for a It\tl
Union Men Held For the Killing of a confederate comrades, Fayette county gymnasium in the largest convocationever I McMillan had been adjusting a signal to ,

Nonunion Moulder$ -National PrssiCent and civic bodies to which he belonged held in the history of the univer Figures IndurJe:: : the Number of Round: I when the train rushed upon him.
Tt1 third rail cnn: on the first cat OKi '
cf attended in a body and formed sity. Four thousand people, stuCents, Bales Ginntd-This Report Covers
the Union Charged as an threw him down and he was: Instantly
the procession which esccrted the faculty visitors and town iI
people were Youthsiretuhvthtig
475 Counties in the Cotton Ctate;;. kied.! His r
clothing caught the emer.
1 Accssory.Ctntnnatt. body to the cemetery. The services !i gathered when the Gecrgia delegation I I[ J" kind of FlorMtt ps.")".
I Decrease of Active Ginneries. Kescy trigger, threw off the current .
were held In the Fiist Presbyterian j and Wisconsin .
faculty, headed by Governors
Nor. :Charged wftBf I
and set the air brakes on the whole
church of which he had been a membet i Terrell and LaFollette, marched .
triovw d. gr.M of lawlessness con Washington, Nov. 24. The census ira'n which: stepped very suddenly. The TOSEE
for over a quarter of a century. into the hall amid the strains of
Btctioo ttitk tN frtrtke of union mould1r bureau today issued a preliminary cars jammed tcgether by the sudden
1 City offices and all business housed Oil WRITEOCAta.
"Dixie. The hall resounded with
<>{ Cificifeiutl. Covlngtoa and New statement of the quantity of cct impact and the iron gate fell to the
suspended business during the funeral
(H>rt Kjr tail yells of the Universities of Georgia ginner to No\ amIJer 14 ,1901 ia 4.
a down more are under I third rajl. causing a ,short circuit.

trrvftt toalffct and others are under hours. Oneof the most attractiveand and Wisconsin. costly floral Qesigns was sent b} President VanHise called upon Governor
IU1e1IItae.Thos. ". received up to date showing 18.CC3 ac and frightened the passengers almostout ,
(Caleb Powers, charged with the Goe-
LaFollette to introduce Governor
la eotody William! tive ginneries against 18,619 for tin
are Pat of their wits, but the guards remained
who is in jail in Luis Terrell.; .
tee alias Friend charged with murder ville. same period end number of counties coolly at their posts, refusingto

Rugene Trainer charged with Colonel Referring to the present visIt Governor .. in 19C, and 5,803,830 running bale. open the doors, and in a few minutes
Breckinridge had made
a LaFollette said: for 1904 against: ; in 1S03.
tturder. Thomas Bracken charged 4,100,103 the scare died out.
vigorous fight in Powers' behalf and "1 trust that it be
may the forerunner
with murder; Fred Itauhauser, Jr.. I These figures indued 141,211 round .
did much in editorial utterances to ..
] of the establishment of closer
bales for 1801! for 1\ '
Charged with raillcloujj destruction of and 307.944 \; USED THE MAILS FRAUDULENTLY
procure for him an unbiased jury. j relations between the educational institutions .
and refer solely to 475 counties. The
ro;*rt1. Frd Rauhauser, Sr., and ,

John Hook, charged with 'aiding and of the whole country." number of counties from ginning was Chicago Man in the Toils for Violatingthe

alxtting the detraction of property.A DiG STEAMSHIP GOES ASHORE.All Governor Terrell, chief speaker oi! reported 'up to Nov. 14, 1093, was 29- Postal Laws. OFFLORID

i the occasion referred in gracious 506, and the total cotton ginner 7,070-
warrant was issued today for Joseph Chicago, Nov. 23.-Many complaints
Steerage Passengers Taken Off and terms to the welcome extended the vis 437 running bales.
F Valentine, president of the made to the Chicago postofflce con .
itors. Even the day itself made them
Iron Moulders' union of North America Lcr.djd in Safety. cerning the use of the United State

bat as be II out of the the New York Nov. 22.-The steamei feel at borne.'SIt is a regular Georgia .
city serVice GEORGIA BAPTISTS IN SESSION. mails fraudulently have resulted in
Sicilian Prince, of the Prince line, day he said. "Wisconsin boys
mould not be had on him. Valentine the arrest of Ctarjes( Sturtz. .
which went ashore 4 miles west cl do not differ materially from Georgia
teteffraphed from Cleveland that Ex-Governor: Northen Was Re-Elected A number of complaints from varlouj
the boys, and these bonds of sympathyare PROVISION
life-saving station at Long Beach
be totild be here tomorrow. President of Association. parts of the country will probably ap

There were no disturbances at the I I1011clr10. J'I! L. I., at 5 o'clock Sunday morning no knit even closer when we see the Columbus Ga., Nov. 24.-With COO pear to prosecute him. fOR
lies hard similarities of the two commonwealths
.It Cincinnati, Covlngton and on the beach. delegates from all sections of Georgia Charles Eberting, of Maynard, Iowa

, %epurt ditrtBg the night and no !I two This morning the steamer moved A deemed visit highly to the advisable.northern" sister was present, the annual convention cf the alleged that he received a letter from BOD!; ; tNt9ZIlIIIdLaMINb :

threatening coodltlons as the men lengths inshore. The ship set Georgia Baptists met at the First Baptist Sturtz who claimed that the presidtrcy -

went to work In tied steadily, and the tugs which had : of the "Central" railroad bureau A Larp ...., .. _
"open shops" today. I Tuesday night. t .kll'" ........
I Another Strike in Chicago.
been endeavoring to float the boat, -
Saperlnte4eet E. S. Ueade. who ha'sbu The large auditorium was completely Chicago wanted men. Eberting said
abandoned time Chicago, Nov. 24.-A strike of 23: MORALS: : : : =.T:
for the
(In ehar.. of 17 Chicago .detective the attempt filled, and at the outset it Is seen he was informed that for $3 he wouldbe ; =r
men and 100 girls, members of the .TGM4k '
h.'re. weat to Detroit today to, : being. that'this'' will be one of the largest taught the various signals and Information

fara'igate reports regarding Thomas | Soon after the tugs steamed away, cloth hat and cap makers' union, has conventions of Baptists ever held in necessary to become a firo. *:&: lIt PBESBai, take CUj FU.
[ followed the failure of their organiza.
the liner half around and noW
ftracken and other refugees. Meantime swung Georgia. man and for an additional $10 he wouldbe

the police of the three cities lies with her broadside exposed to the tie nto secure a renewal of its agree. The convention is presided over by I given a position. He paid the NOTICE.IflthCCi'CUitCourtofthe'ffihJ1I.
ment with a local firm which: announced
been holding aloof are rendering j sea. All the steerage engers who ex-Governor W. J. Northen, its presi. i money, but failed to secure the position
its adoption of the open shop. .....
j had been on the Sicilian Princess
tuUtance The charges againstTboxM dent. and finally asked the postal authorities oi Florion, Marion Coaaly. !-
Urscken and Edward Train.or j when she ran into the mud bank yesterday Twelve shops in Chicago are affected. Rev. A. Vaughan, of LaGrange, to investigate the case. William A. Greco CompUinaal ,..........,

were changed today to "being! accessory" -i were taken off today and offered the opening prayer. Green, ct a L Dclco4iMIT ..

to the murder of Samuel Weakley. j j I brought up to this city in tugs. Negroes Sent to Louisville. Beautiful music was rendered by a IS ORDKRKD T1UT THK
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 24.-Garfield Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse. 1. d.DU herein, Harry Green,
a nonunion moulder on Oct. 7. I large choir the congregation taking Mary Green-L,. Pndnklt Gf'MtI. 5 I
Smith and John and Ed Taylor, negroes
William Frknd. alias Patton. who Is : STATE CLAIMS CONSPIRACY. I up the familial old h'mns"ith a will Perhaps you have never thought of Hodgdon.John A Louis H lg were taken under heavy guardto Hodffdon. Perm CUik gft.,
held ai the principal In the killing of until the largo auditorium echoed. it but the fact must be apparent to : and her hlUo1>end, Harry 2Ma...
Price for Woman Novi Yarnalton station, 7 miles from 1 Smile and her hu.ban l.
Trial of Killing 1 > Icnepb
In another Interview today The convention sermon was preached that is caused
Weaklejr the city and there put aboard a Chesapeake every one constipation Manlh Kicharut, and her tnrti
denle all knowledge of any plot in ;i in Progress. by Rev. Alex. W. Bealer, of Thom. by a lack of water in the .synistem, gene W. Richard Able MuUwt" h.. baa.
and train for Louisville band .
Ohio Cha .
I Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 22.-At Selma, U. Mullea. and Fr.ak II o.. .
which he drew the ahort straw to do asville Ga., and for over an hour he be
where they will be kept until the au- I and the use of drastic cathartics like and they are hertbt ordered. HJMT to iht
the shooting and the others were assigned a sensational trial is in progress, that I held the complete attention of the vast bill of complaint in tht rta! ,e wi .fYtimll'iwlajr
| thorities believe it safe for them to the old fashoned pills only makes a
their ..Allntert'lt of Noble Price, for the murder of thE ap- audience. I the jtA Aiy nf fJwwalkr, .1. !> I.< /.
respective parts.
wife of his cousin, Lawrence Price, a, pear for trial here. bad matter worse. Chamberlain'sStomach Ill* further ordered that a CMr.f II.. w
At the conclusion: of the sermon Dr. I der be
centered In the chargesmade publithed
today 1 and Driver tablets are.much onre a wet k for mu NIIOCIi"e
Valentine president j I. few nights ago. | William H. Smith, pastor of the First I week in the Ocala lUnnct.
against George
Law-react and Noble went into thEbo'ne NEWS TERSELY TOLD. !. more mild and gentle in their effect, Done ihu J6ih day oi October. A. p iv<*
of Baptist church, said the congregation -
of the Iron Moulders' Union I 4.T. MtTKCXK
of together, Lawrence and when the proper dose is taken I Clerk CireutConrt,4us (...ntv. MI
Lawrence would join in singing "America, written I
officials II '
other union
North America and oi I U. L Anderson CompUtoaftt'cStfepto'. .
Noble went j The North Alabama conference their action is so natural that one i i *
Tb detectives claim to have stopped in a rco mand by a Baptist to which fact Rev. '
will ----
Lawrence's the Methodist Episcopal church can hardly realize it is the effect of --
: into another where wife
violence ; :Mr. Bealer had made reference, and
of cdclah! abetting I
had evidence
meet Wednesday at Talladega, Ala. I NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
: a medicine. Try a 25 cent bottle ofI
before the confession of yesterday was. the many hundred people joined heart.

taken and their previous informatIon I Noble tock a revolver from the mat The "Montana Meteor" an airshipdesigned fly in singing the national hymn. them. For sale by all druggists. m .

were '! and It at the by Thomas. Benbow, made a :\'O1iCE IS IIIUt.EBOl'ltN THtT ..4
telpiece pointing woman i Ex-Governor Northern was re-elected
to themwlra. l' Ihe 24th dav of
they still keep .' Muck ..... t wilt: IIt.jII"
"I will kill pulleJthe successful flight at the world's fair .. to the judge ol .. .
Go. Ranhau- said' you now, president of the convention by accla county a MM*> PU-nJ
stated that
It Is Brothers. lor total hettiemcat auJ ( tht \.
Wed tudMlfl
the erday. Three Sisters Three a >
bullet yes
''I trigger the entering mation. Other officers were elected mini.tratria of the
> of
r1'. the apprentice aged 19. today re- CM*| JitiM f ">hn">ii
conflictkms I woman's!: lef breast and she fell dead. A negro charged with insulting a as -nollows: J. A. Kirven, oJ Chippewa Falls Wis., Nov.-23.-3ev. deceasedDoae, .
pealed bit confession without t1illhe iih day tI Octctwr ...
and I.
and Is confirmed by his father, I Her slajcr rushed out, declaring he young white woman of Augusta, wagsent Columbus; second vice present! ; Hen. E. M. Nelson, Andrew Nelson Mr*, f A ROw,-4...

".. i did not 1-now the pistol was loadeii to the Tower in Atlanta for safekeeping J. G. McCall, who is not a reverend, Charles Nelson and' Jessie Johnson 10;21 Sin A"-.I.-,
who Is alto under arrest.
Ranhauser insists that the I i The state contends that there was a Tuesday. of Quitman, Ga.; third vice president Amanda Johnson and Clara Johnson -- -- -.,

local Young union met him and his father on I conspiracy between the two men' tc Three of the escaped convicts from John M. Green, of Atlanta; fourth vice: three brothers and three sisters were N OTICk.In .

night of Nov. 1C. Later that night kill the woman, both of them having Holmes & Coffey's lumber camps, nearValdosta president, Dr. Robert H. Harris, of married at the same time Monday. Af. the Circuit Court othePMa1Iii. J ..:,.
with her. Greenville B. Ragsdaye of ter the triple ceremony Rev. C., J. cute of Florida in an I <.v Manse sgiiy
recently quarreled
Hook brought In Joseph Hollawell, I Ga., have voluntarily return.ed ; secretary, Zn Chancery
Erdman, who officiated, askey by Rev,.
who went out for the dynamite when to their prison. Atlanta. Nelson, one of the newly married G. S. Scott, K:; Receiver etc., OmapUwwtt ,..

Hook had made arrangements for the THEFT REMAINS A MYSTERY. The timers of Weller mines, neat brothers, to marry him to one of the C. V. McCoy and ManiLa E. UcCor.TTISOKUERKDTHATTHK Dcf.ttda..

apprentice." Howell was to get the : Birmics'jam, Ala., are out on a strike. PUNCAN DENIED NEW TRIAL. and all DHaNU4Ht'
Special Trains Will Carry Circus tc t guests. All the bridegrooms 1 herein named. C. \'. MrO.y ia4 \
dynamite at Helnskamp'a office. Find. They want an increase of wages. One the brides will go in a party to thflworld's H. McCoy be nd they are hereby rm}
tog the place closed Ilanhauser said: Columbus, 0. hundred men are affected. His Wife M3es a Personal Appeal to appear before to the bill of complaint ID Mt *... *m
fair for a honeymoon trip. or
Tarboro N C., Nov. 22.-There arE I
"f was Instructed In the use of.dyna. the William Dean Howells, the author, J th'e Governor. Manila the Siul dill JIfUUJI11., 4. /), s....

i mite by II ollo'A'en. At the same time no further developments regarding has arrived at San Remo, It&ly, and Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 24.-The supreme Notice. It ill furthrr ordered that acepr: uitess..'
theft of 30,000 in cash from the ticket be published once week for
eigbtweeks cuuu'eelMe
the mold of a court today denied the application
he told me to destroy I circus will spend the winter at this place col-1 The Board of Medical Examinersfor in tueOcala Banner.
bear punch. Valentine agreeing to wagon of the Forepaugh-Sells lecting material for a ne wbook. j of Frank Duncan of Birming Done this the Ijth day of Oct A D. ....

$!0 If I succeeded In destroyIng Saturday evening.A ham, for a writ of error. the fifth judicial circuit of Flor- ISBALJ} S T JJIiTHOfe.Clerk .
pay me The governor of Alabama has offer Ciroitt OMrt
the fher pun h. special train to carry the em. Frank Duncan is sentenced to hang ida will meet in the city of Ocala at R. L Anderson and Wm Hucker
ed a reward of ?230 for the arrest of i 10 216w lomplainant 5uitkBs.
of the show to ar
"I was told by Joseph Hallowell to ployes the person who killed Mine! Superintendent Friday, for the murder of PolicemanG. the office of Dr. S. H. BUnch, on Dec.
rived here about 4 o'clock and it i if who shot to death
molds I could. and wasrtf'U W. KirJtley, was
all the
destroy Long at Blocton, that state. 14th 1904 for the of examine ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CRtf
with whfcb purpose
five cartridges by Hollowell. said that it brought money I after the robbery of the Standard Oilcompany's

"I left Valentine's office at 10 o'clock to pay off the attaches of the show. : Secretary Hay and the VIscount D& I safe by a gang of safe. ing applicants certificates_ to practice TORS ETC.yOTICK.13 .

Full settlement with the employej Alte today signed an arbitration treaty i blowers, whom Duncan was alleged to me'dicine Florida. : HERESY tilVKN TO CaIu-
and returned to my home telling my in the state of 1> itor,legatees distribute*a4 all
father what I was expected to do. I Is expected to be made. Three train between k the United States and Portu-1 I be a member in March 1900.Duncan's \ S. H. RLITCH, Pres, having claim or demand*ftmtifc* it p.ns.i.. eI
carrying the circus to winter quar gal. The treaty is identical with the : II. \Vartmann. d< went to work as usual Monday, Nov. wife made a personal appeal Ocala, Fla. I 8mewithl'l two y.url lo Ik* ,,eI ..s
I ters at olumbus, 0.. will leave about American-French arbitration treat j today to Lieutenant Governor they will be Itarrt-d. Ttn the 4lJi .., I.. ..,
21" H. M. TA''LOR1.. D. Sec., ber.
In the remaining part of his confes1 1 o'clock in the morning, and aboul Andrew Carnegie is again reported Ito j Cunningham to commute to life im- ll-15-5t Crystal River, Fla. 1904. It I. \VAkT4A- :

lion Uanbauser tells of putting thea"rldItM the same time a special passengel'train be slightly indisposed at his home j i priscnment the sentence of her hus -- 10781" A4MJui"d,i..i

1 In- lathes at 3SO: p. m., on will take the employes to Rich j in Fifth avenue, New York city. The band. No fomal I. tititon to this end -

?\ov. 21. and of the first discharge at mond. nature of his illness was not macU! I has yet been presented to the governor Jerry Burnett, NOTICE

while the workmen were public, but it was stated to be not at and it is regarded as veiy doubtful --
5 p. m. I In the Circuit Court ft) thc itAI Ju.uii! Cu.
Sails for Pensacla. tnt
Secretary all serious. if he will take any action.
pouring metal In the mold- I j! Msr -' li nt .. ol Klon.ii. in sad for Mtnun countyG.
New. Orleans, Nov. 22.-SecretarjTaft William Holden, a farm hand ol i S. tcottai Receiwr. tic, CottptaiuntnVm. > .

Eldridge Found Not Guilty. and his party sailed today on th I Platte Center, entered the bank at WOMAN CRUELLY ASSAULTED. \ Pendletan aad z.e--C. Penal i ,.,

Howtoa. Tex.- Nov. 2f.-In the cruiser Dolphin for Pensacola, where that place yesterday and :shot th Dc4c04a....

will transfer to the cruiser I T iloririg. VT 13 ORDHRKD THAT THB t\HII"\ N 1"1\
with the secretary cashier but did not secure any money.
charged of Her .
caw of W. T. Bldridge! | Black Brute Breaks Three herein named. U'm P adl toa an Colum-biC both vessels going thence then fled, but was captured C. Pendleton be and thy .
the munkr of Captain William Dunotant The man Ribs-Chased by Mob. are ht"rl.y rr'i""'"
to Panama. The secretary was escorted !J Ocala Florida. to appear to the billet pitta k this .Ii'"
on an Arkansas passenger train bythe sheriff. Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 24.-A speclal on or before

In AuaDt. 1W, which has been on to the wharf by a delegation ol i Secret service men have captured from J2.Sper.1a.., states that Finest Imported and Itfl4dd4thClsf4VfJa.y4, tvnr > .pIt a.

trIa' at Richmond, for the past two representative citizens and went Philadelphia, Pa., William Bartlett, an unknown negro assaulted and ia further orde-rfll that s ., thl. .It Itr
Domestic Cloths. be pnblubed once week Sr
aboard the Dolphin in a drizzling ddit IOItwnmreweekIln
w. .. the Jury has returned a verdict Harry Seitz, alias "The Mouse," and cruelly mistreated Mrs. Benjamin the Ocala Usocer.Donethistheithdiyolki.

of not gulHy. The case has attracted rain. The guns of the vessel salutedas Charles Clifton, known as "Bunco Richardson, wife of a prominent citizen Cutting a SpecialtyFits r. > D i.i.
ladder. )lr. H T. Mfl NK.
wide attention, owing to the prominence he went up the ship's Charley" manufacturing counterfeit of Oakman, Tuesday afternoon.In Guaranteed. Clerk CMM Mitt

of the two men. Captain Dun- Taft and his party will inspect the jetties silver dollars. resisting the brute, Mrs. Richardson -----.-...-.-.." -.--.............-.....- R. L.wlicitor Anjfrwn lor sed CotnpUiaaat.V. hockey, i.. n

of the Cane Belt on their way to the sea. sustained three broken ribs, and
orant being president Mrs. Lizzie Court 41 :years of .age,

railroad and Eldridge rice president of Chicago lost her life and her bus. her body was cruelly bruised and lac. NOTICE.
Headless Body
and general manager band and infant child were probablj erated. to the Circuit Court ol the Fifth JiOW Cimall
Shamokin Pa, Nov. 22.-Headless
fatally burned today in a fire which A posse of determined men are on of Florida,in ant for Utttea MM/.

Closed Bank Causes Excitement. and entirely nude, with fi, &bullet partially destroyed their home. A kerosene the brute's trail and If he is captured, in Chancery.

Wooater 0. Nov. 24.-Great excite holes in the body, an unknown man lamp exploded.The it will fare badly with him. G. S. Scott a* Receiter. etc.. 0..$....... ...

ment was occasioned here today by a was found 100 feet from the road arbitration It is reported that he is making let Benjamiii P. Perry and SaUte D. Pmv. Of

notice posted on the door o the Woo- : leading from the Hickory Ridge colliery American German Birmingham. The officers are on the PPAID/ZO fcndaau.
I three hunters. Apparently, treaty was signed yesterday at tha IS ORDERED THAT THK OF.PIlffOAlT
ster National bank sayslng: "This by had been state department by Secretary Hay lookout for him. %4jI f IT herein *med. Ben). p ftnj .... 1M11I.
closed by the order of the directors a heavy. sharp Instrument D. Perry br and they art herb rtqute4
bank la used to sever the head, which cannot and Baron Sternberg. the German am & :*.'*JrfV x/vSJ5/ 3 S- /S appear to the tall 01 complaut M tM: ,. ..
llquida- S. C. i
to go Into voluntary bassador. It is identical with the Fall Festival at SumUr, k-4 ? f on or before
tM >
two" No explanation of the notice be found. The hunters gave Sumter, S. C., Nov. 24.-Tie tenth t,6QT5rlpqo : JIIII'daU the jnf fay t>/J /v .

bu been given 10 far. L. P. Ohlinpr news, and men carried the body to the American-French treaty.The annual "Fall Festival: and Lave Stoci! 12QT It i* further ordered that a espy of tM <.'.le*

is colliery ,boiler house, where Coronei White Star line steamer Ocean of this which is to con: $ SOt be published once week for eight *setvq
u president of the bank which Show" c.ty, mj ji week in the Ouila: Banner

tIM oMwt In this section of the George Dreher viewed it. ic, which arrived at Queenstown today .tinue until::: Ncv. 27, opaned v.'iti thousands t / ,-j__, Dose thU the z'thdayoroct. A. D. lJ'Jt!
among 1 New York reported having :4 A T. ""
from ,
state in attentdaace from every sec : 1------r ank &1raS C4iUt

} 1 Corea's Fiancee Is Loyal to Him. been delayed by a severe gale and : tion of Soath Carolina. The character ; -.-,.- ,_ \ 1Clits. R.L. A1'fDrlsound'VM.' fl.eaa.Complainant's .
I -- -' jlicJto.
-> .li 'iw
:' Girl Killed; Boy Wounded. Washington, Nov. 22.-Minister Co snowstorms.. Owing to the high seaashe :! of the attractions already: saeured
j Nov.
NashTtilf. Tenn. 'oT. 24.-At War- rea has gone to Washington. It is only steamed 250 knots on i and the fact that the gala week is so ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

1 tract, Tentu a passenger train ran stated that Mr. Corea called on his 18. well advertised promise to make this

Into & buggy containing three OCCIPpants. fiancee in Georgia. The understanding Over one million, six hundred thou fair one of the most interesting and
tIM Sadie Waite. aged 16, here Is that Mrs. Ilah Dunlo sand dollars was transferred by telegraph successful ever held within the state NOTICK day *f January A. D I 9'IL a,
to San Francisco today by the of the state i the administrator vita the wtl aoneiM W tfe*
9" Umtrtlj killed ind her brother, Jordan is satisfied that the charges with the possible exception estate of Mr*. Ellis Keep, dcccued. I wn

P art'd i*. rg ISO badly mangled that he made anonymously against Mr. Corea st>>trea.sury of New York for accountof fair which Is subsidized by the taxpayers f present my petition and final report lid Met _

raanot recover. The other occupant are false, and there is no break in local banks. Th emoney it is understood an annual appropriation for it tobedischareed. Robt. Ballock a* nch couatr adminIstrator|u4fe for MttJb W lhHon.

escaped unhurt The children were tie engagement. The wedding is only goes to move the fruit cropof having ben secured through the leg- E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. county, Florida. W. B AUXN _

atUmpUl1l to avis the ,* '" deferred.. the Pacific coast. islature. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. June jrd, &904,Admr.. with will aasud.(14SIX

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Members :Meet To __ .
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Hear Evidence.
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o- 'LOU- ......."
Ht Was Jude ef the Federal Ccurt --- ......
ef FfH, and It Is Claimed He Wu I -
a NcrvRetldent and Used the Office :::: l this Season Can Hardly Be Out of Place ;:JI'A&BINI/

fet Hit Own Benefit. I ,"'"-- r, _-. -.-- ..-.. --- .;. ,. ..-----"II.......,.
Wa4ttftg0& Nov. %%-A tubcornL ---
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&( the Linn judiciary committee -
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tutor: rwHSfd the investigation of "
tfcfr ttat' chest charges against :.:
J_ Cluu-iet gway&e, of the ccrtaen ...... --

4taUiet tfct Iat of eofigrts the committee: Therefore we suggest that look over the following -
tame a EMJortty retort recon&meualas ::: you
t*Mjmyct knect of Judge Swayne. ...
ty re-ports were .-
._a. lasp aehmrst proc wltega by .-
r r+ryt W tfce ll+pobllcan members of list and if have named anything
see we you
tk. ...tUtle. Shortly! before the adof E
J..t coceress a resolution of :;: "
la+aeleet1t was pit for consideration! a ---
|B tfc* B I M> on I):c. 29, the MxondUt
,..... of Mrf re the-&embli&z Judiciary of committee the short :Aatealtat :.:. want. If there is anything in the way of fancy

WM tMt/ne to continue the investll -
>rta The reorewtitatives Pal- ___ ....
ae?. of PeoMylranla. and Clayton of dayAIeMIaal .
HIt ,U>"t.Hb-Representative
CaliforBii, the other member, was ::::
of.aM. to attend. The committee, howbrlf I .......
4t died to go ahead with the In II -
teeti, "Uoo and Charles T. Forbes, adiet. ..- market that assured that
.. we
(ID the general land office, wascaJfcd you you may
as a. witness. lie testified
tatest Jotfye Swayne regarding a tim ......
t.r trti>aA* ca&a in Florida, in which
t* aH t f'd l tLa Judge Swayne had ei have We that
it. next order y
adIo4 tU fine a second time for the suggest you give us your

trtxpaaaen .....
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J. N. StocUon. of Quincy, Fla., .......
tHUfted that J. N. Stripling toM him ___ -...
that D. (Stack too) could get anything ...... ......
it ranted in the way of receiverships .......
U.. would atop the proeecutiona :::: -I .. .
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(ai&at Judge! Swayne. Thi occurred ___ :: : : : : :
in jean afo.EStt ___ -
F. David of Marion, Fla., tes- ___ --
tifitd In rntard to an attempt to settle --
the Ho-kica contempt cue which ::::j, Mincemeat and Pumpkin for Pies Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce ==
wu pcndlcg: before Judge Swayne for .....
ISM. -

Judge UI he EL waa C. Dearborn a conductor testified and went tIn : ............ Plum Puddings Nuts, Figs Dates and Raisins: that will please, Edam, ==

with a private car to Delaware and .......

to trourht St Augustine Judge Swayne, Fla. the and whole his! family party :-: Pineapple Sweitzer and Brick Cheese. Olives in Bulk. Olives ==

trtreHng: on passes, the Florida rail. ....
row at that time being in the hands Stuffed and Bottles of and Sauce
of A rut 4rer.Swayne. 1-2 1-2 Celery Tomato Chutney ::r-
J1I4&e Wh present at the tn- := ---
'KUaat and frequently conTersed ._ Chili Sauce Melon Mangoes Pickles Sour and Sweet
with hto attorney, former Senator = .
liiUte, of Delaware!
After bearing Z. H. B. Floyd, whose Plain and Mixed also Chow-Chow, Sweet and Sour Onions
tMtlatony no new light on the ::.
ae.. the committee adjourned until ......
tomorrow. .......

OPEN SWITCH WRECKS TRAIN. Chase & Sanborn's Famous Coffes and Teas i

Coaches Ran Some Distance Into a ::::- ..

Mobile. Ala.. Nov.Field.22.-The Mobile Preserves, Jams and Jellies, and the ;
and flay Shore train due here at 7:25
o'c>vek was wncked 3 miles from the ::
City through some miscreant throwing ..... Royal Scarlet .
a witch. from the main line to a soarfanorry. .__ Canned Vegetables, .

The train ran some distance into a
field J beyond the end of the ewitch. The ::: as good as the fresh
CLfine and first coach: wen) wrecked, '
but all of the coaches remained upright ........
and only two passengers and the ..... '
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fireman wire slightly hurt. ..... ....fill4"
Toe enajM- from death and serious
Itjury Is considered remarkable. .':::: -.....
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CommlMary Wrecked by Dynamite. tI '

)eomtnlasary bleraJ Rlrmlngham Springs of Ala.the"aa.union blown Nov.miners up 22.-The by dycunite at; ::: We want you to give us a call and make your own 3.. ,

on Saturday evening and the .-

d whxls buildIwj.f-lll&i! of;and was the contents wrecked earth. ,sent and A neighboring the Abner four selection. We have the Goods and tne price will suit ..1

tad her boy babe, who were on abed, ::::
were badly Injured. Mrs. Cneeks, a ......
neighbor was also hurt. The babe aiiaranteed. In Fancy Groceries .
is In a serious was used striking The miners comrnUsary Quality and Imported .

for carrylcg: their stores of provisions. :::: .

.J.-... **Party**." for- ........... Goods our stock is well assorted. Don't worry but call
Athens C Factor Peabody arrived in Athens Friday .

that the with university Is to several go to In members Wisconsin that state.of to the inspect party The I_:_:: and see that we have and do just as we say.

Athens party consisting of Chancellor ___ .... .
I{111 and several members of the faculty
as well as the local trustees, will .....- .-....-. .
SeaTo here Saturday and in Atlanta = .
tbo main body of the party will be ::: Yours to Please .

made up. ___ i.; .....,
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Letter Brings Fortune. ....
Sandusky 0., Nov. 22.-When J. J. --
Willis.- Cincinnati traveling man, ar. 4 ,--. . ., ':'. '. ,...- ; ':1;
rived at the West hotel he found ___ -- -- .
awaiting him a letter from a small '___ ---
town In 11151 00 rl. In the letter was ;
S certified check for 18188.90, which .:::: TEAPOT
bad been left him by an old aunt. of GROCERY
whom be bad cot beard for years. I :
The subway 1---
company with an sthorlzed -"
capital of $50,000.000.all coy I::::
mOD stock was incorporated In Ch'cago ___ -""" -
today The company given power '__.._. ,....... 1'F
to build and .
operate railroads an< ....
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the that company city. Is to build the a'eubway purpose. it o: ", ,1I1111111N111111111111tIt1UlI111111111I1U111111111I1NN1NIN' ', ', '" " " "llllllllllllNI1N1U1l1111111C" {'" ,j : .

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