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:
December 2, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


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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........ 8Sg ee.. Ocala People$ at the Wedding of Mr.1' Marlon at the Fair. I Went Like Hot Cakes.

i .. .ffi eo Mathews and Miss DeLong. Marion did not as usual come out I Qne of the most enterprising firms PEOPLE!

__ 8'. Wednesday afternoon quite a num- on top, but might have faired worse. :j in Florida is that of Brobston, Eendig ;:
ber of The following individual premiumnshave & Company, of Jacksonville and asa
the Ocala faiends of Mr. John
been awarded: means of promoting their business
I H. athews went'down to Candlerto
1 S. R. Pyles largest and best col- they not only employ the Jacksonville '
% I : be present at his marriage to Miss lective exhibit, $100. Largest and newspagers as auxiliaries but
Annie DeLong Wednesday night. best collective individual exhibit of reach out after the newspapers in all

That's All. I The young folks that went down hay, $10. Largest and best collective sections of the state and as a result Like to do lioMihltll ",- ".

for the wedding went in a specialcar individual exhibit of sugar cane, $10. Brobston, Fendig & Company is be- they are wonted.

Best six sheaves of oats 1. Largestand coming a household word.
on the afternoon three o'clock
best individual exhibit of. vegetables This firm recently advertised an Oh'o Ug yO14r alltllMtrAMI
train, the car being back .
$25. Best gallon of from auction
sale of
syrup lots in the Dyal-Up- how ll.
see you are tMUNip&CHAMBLISS...
I by the midnight freight. The party I Japanese cane, $3. Best gallon of church sub-division of Jacksonville.

I spent a very pleasant' afternoon at syrup from ribbon cane $3. Best gal- The sale took place last Tuesdayand

Candler and in the evening they at- Ion of syrup from green cane, $3. I was a success from start to finish

: 10 EOSTORE.[ is tended the wedding. In the party I Largest individual cane and syrup I II 'I Mr. Joseph Phillips who conductedthe

I exhibit, $10. Best stalks of Japanese auction sale of lots in this city HO
were the following: Misses Ger-
.. .. I cane, $3. Total $173. Other pre- successfully for Mr. Woodrow and !I ,

.,. trude Pereda, Sara Whitfield, Eloyse miums are expected from the Mr. Stermberger conducted the Jacksonville
Izlar, Sara and Violet Harris, Sue \ Bankers
.. 8Q. e \ woman's department. sale. The sale of these

........ -- .... Barco, Jessie Palmer :Messrs. 0. B. Milford Stock Company secured Jacksonville lots, it will be remembered OCALA, PUMIDA
Hcwse, Tho II. Harris, W. H.
best schreded com and stalks, $1. was advertised in the Ocala Ban-
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Powers, E. J. Crook, Fred Gaskill, 1I 1-
R. bale and vine
Daigre one pea ner. Japanese Colony In M.ri4*.
HARRIS Local Editor. I
Taylor, Frank Ditto, Mr. and
hay, $1.
I Fight Be Bitter A Japanese eetaqr to to to trt......
._ --. Mrs. Harry Lapham and :Mrs. D. L.
u- J. II. Bates best bushel sweet pota- Those who will persist in closing
in Dade oowrtjr fa tkfctfet> Tbr
Mark. their ears against the continual recommendation
toes, $1.Geo.
r: LOCAL HAPPENINGS X of Dr. King!$ Xew colony has pareba.l __ u> rN of
best bale Sea Island cotton -
Marriage of Two Popular Young Ocala Discovery for consumption, will have, land and the admna weal t.1, .......

People $15. a long and bitter fight with their wonllt'rfulllttle peeftfe kM rrsvd.Traveller .
The announcement of the marriageof Herman Benjamin best Florida troubles if not ended earlier fatal
Mr. B. L. Hall, the popular pro- Master Guilford Taylor gave quitea I by and .MtMiMM ..a\ t*>*i
Mr. Clifford Lucien Anderson and cured ham, $:5. Best collection of termintion. Read what T. R. Beall of
of the Fair, left Tuesday for number of his young friends a very they are the moet wwMhwtR) Uimw
prietor Miss Eulalee Izlar received in bacon 10. Second best Florida j Beall, Miss: has to say: Last fall my
Valdosta, Ga., on a business trip. happy birthday party Saturday afternoon was wife had every symptom of consump in the world. 0* a tnot af'' U<>.| nu
bacon, $3. Total $18.
at the home of his parents, Mr. this city Tuesday morning. tion, she took Dr King's New Discovery larger than the state e{ NY* J.....)
John C. Davant, of Brooks- The occurred at Mrs. H.W. Long best 10 lbs lard, 1.
Gen. wedding Monday
after everything else had failed
and Mrs. Robert Taylor.A no more are anMt, Ihi ir agri

vine, was a prominent visitor here ----------- Spartan burg, S. C., where Miss Izlar Best display Florida lard, 3. improvement came at once and four culturists have *upfw **l for <.*.i at....

on Tuesday son was born to Mr. and Mrs. was on a visit to relatives and was a H. W. LONG, bottles entirly curedher.-'Guaranteed ies the teeming |*jpuli>|k.i -f, Jtpan
------- by Ty ding & Co .drug store. Price
The reading club meeting with Mrs. Charles Baker, of this city several great surprise to the friends of the Asst. Commissioner. 50c, and $1.00. Trial bottles free. m which number forty er Aftjr 11111.....

R. McKean Tuesday after days ago. The little one arrived at : young people here. Electrocuted The little twoj4( Hotel. f..t Ua.- ,
George. I Listen at this Song to Winter.
pleasant. I the home of his grandparents, in The bride is a daughter of Majcr Scientists: and electricians cannot industry and frt aka wW m' 'te..**
noon was very Blessed Florida! And now at this
I Troy, Alabama, where Mrs. Baker and Mrs. L. T. Izlar of this city, the number of electric volts set an example iMt will *" wr>
Buist, II agree upon moment when all nature, both animate -
MUae Rosamond and Sybil of I was visiting. who moved here several years ago l that are necessary; to cause a ceesa- and inanimate, on the eastern valuable to UH and Nook ('.tfItH.t\1.m
of Blackville S. C., are the guests 1 from Blackville, S. C. She has made ,
be gladly taMl bf tilt' tit uf
I | tion of life in the human body. Some shores of the continent is locked in (ill. i
their grand parents, Maj. and Mrs. Mrs. J. P. Hilburn entertained quitea manyJriends in this city during her Florit'a.
II claim that excessive shock is ,
an morel the icy fetters of the Artie king, herein -- -
for the winter. I number of people residence here. The is the
L. TIzlar young very groom to incineration rather Pinting Irlel's '''AI| tad ftr
likely cause
i this land of and
warm genial skies
of this city, one I charmingly Tuesday night for her oldest son of Hon. and- Mrs. Robert I Foley & Co., (IriMfb. rm -ata.,1
Mr. C. H. Mathis, i than instantaneous death; but if they : we linger in the lap of summer, enjoy
in the I neice, Miss Johnnie Gattis, the Lochiidge Anderson and was born I I Honey and Tar M a UUMNMreitt an! "hi
melon planters would turn their attention to -
o the largest prolonging her rare gifts free from the regionof .
I> occasion being Miss Gattis' birthday.The and reared in Ocala and his many : ay, and uta aoomwt It' it> 'I"'al
south, has gone to his large planta- I and increasing the pleasures chilly blasts and a landscape made i,! merit and popularity of jo'H'l<' U> II'i
folks greatly enjoyed the I friends and the friends of his charm-
tion at Rocky Ford, Colorado.MteaChrUtianCook t. young I of life the public would; hail the re- bleak and drear by the congealing j i ey and Tar auity imitation <>!

--- -- -- party. ._--.:.._____ _- ing bride will wish: them every happiness j i suit with more satiefaction.: For instance breath of old Boreas. This Is thej i ferad for tb. p gmdm*. W :" F..
Brooksville, in their married life. .
of ,
ley's Homy and Tar ami '.1 and
Miss Adah Bennett of the
Crystal j electricity generated a most delightful resort on the coatl-!1
arrived in Ocala Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left immediately nlM1ta&4t.-I. M n*> Itl'i i.,1 ifttiou i I., per
River, who has been visiting in wave of laughter is, after all, the nent-June weather the 'round.
several after their wedding for Roanoke year ;. wilt give the MMM ".u, I.>' urn
from Tampa, and will spend Nebraska and for several, weeks past: most pleasant shock, and to see a Gainesville Star. U i* mildly laxative. It POM, w nt ..

7naerka here with Mrs. Lee Mille'r.MlM I has been sick in St. Lukes hospital Va., where Mr. Anderson has I I large assembly moved by a currentcf I opiate and i* &(.. for ehildfMi .wl
been working with Col. W. N. Campfor t"' 1r rtla.1)TA U
Rosebud Robinson returned in Jacksonville, passed through Ocala I! ur.eontrolabl3! mirth white witness- .- v.Wl..1 Jf1 tr Je. .;.t. delicate lte'Nullti. roU>UI** tin,.
e* the past. two months.Engagerr.ents *rslrL'd'-. f al N. '..; J I btore. M
her home. She
home Tuesday afternoon from a visit j yesterday on way ing the performance: of Fitz and

Em- was accompanie 1 by her mother. Webster's newest, "A Breezy Time," _' -'-
brother ---- --
to Tampa and to her f Anrounc d. I
I - ---.- places beyond dispute the fact that A VVVVWVW\
The of ;
AdjutantGenj j
melt Robi+Won at Stemper. engagement
Mrs. E. P. :Moody and family large volts of laughter are better than
r eral Clifford R. Foster, of Tallahassee ) TEX BO&C
of Mrs. Ed W moved Tuesday into the house of volts of "A
friends electricity any day
The many and Miss Winifred Young, of St. Augustine -

_ I).vb will be glad to learn that. she Mrs.V.: S. Pike on Ockiawaba ave. bas !been announced their I Breezy Time" will be seen at theI I| THE OCIL1{ NEWS COMPLY

,it silly recovering from her recent Mr. J. J. Tillis and family will occupy wedding to be a prominent social i Marion Opera House on Thursday, 1 ,

the house vacated by Mrs Moody.Mr. Dec., 8. .
illnew [
severe event of the winter. Young is
: Tillis having purchased same. f fa
H you have "that tired feeling".. very charming young woman and "I was much afflicted with sciatica HOLIDAY GOODS FIREWORKS
business General Foster has by his able administration i ," writes Ed. C. Nud, lowaville, ,
and don't wan' any more Fred Blalock an old Madison boy
j in theo of military affairs made j :Sedgwick Co., Kan., "going about on Of All Kinds. II'........... and 8etai!
tt1tm't put your advertisement will who is making for himself an enviable countlsss friends throughout the state crutches and suffering a deal of pain.I ,

mutely have to "pet busy." Ocala, has been spending this weekin and is a young man with a brilliant I i' Liniment, which relieved me. I used The biggest line of Dolls and Tot H in town, alto afi kfaNte of
promise of life before him.: three 50<\ bottles. It is the greatest.
at our city and county with his relatives I .Staple aud Fancy en IS.\, indodfan Japaa.. h-ur. Mi
'l'be failure to capture first pnze Mr. J. H. Rafferty, of Jacksonville liniment I ever used; have recom-
lie will return to Ocala to-
the mouth Florida fair was no fault of the popular young passenger agent of j mended it to a number of persons; others.

cHMmiliJ ioner Williams and assistant day.-Madison Recorder.Mr. the Georgia Southern and Florida i all express themselves as being bene- The most: complete line of STII'MM IIOCUUUY' to
I fitted by it. I now walk without .
Both gentlemen E. F. Bush of Mass. will be married Wednesday i i
commissioner Long. Quincy, | railway, crutches, able to perform a great deal S town.

worked faithfully-and laboriously one of our valued subscribers, sailed night to Miss Jennie B. Langley at' of light labor on the farm." 25c 50c. ..

... ------ visiting her from New-York on the "City of At- the home of the bride Millville, X.I' 1.00. Anti-Monopoly drug store m
J. M. Barco
aoti amp daughter, Mr. and Mrs. lanta," last Friday and has now ar- J.lrs.. Rafferty will be a welcome :t| Some Fine Oranges. THE OCALA NEWS CO.

: Plant for rived at Belleview to spend the addition to the social circles of Jack-i
Newwtnb Barco at Cotton The Ocala Banner office is under
winter athis home there. His Florida sonville. i North Main St. Ocala, flor4..r .

a COQt4M of weeks. ........ friends are glad to welcome him to The engagement of Miss Maniscah obligations to Mr. A. J. Leavengoodfor
Mr. box of fine from hisManatee NA. A Nv\
to a oranges
.\ 1.*.... daughter was born our fair state again. McLane and Mr. Charles Weston
Wednesday at county gove. They are of I. v =_ --. 1 ''
aDd )In. Karl) Pearson Tucker, two of the most popular and .

Uw hm of the little one's grand- Misses Pansy Souter and Caro Lid- prominent young society people of good size and excellent flavor, reminding -

pare t.. Sir. and Mrs. J. W. Pearson. don returned to Gainesville Sunday Jacksonville, is announced, their us of the Marion"county Do YOU Need Iny( fURNTU! !

and after spending a few days athome, wedding to occur in January. orange "before the freeze. Mr.

Mr*. J. W. Davis, Misses Kate the former to continue her studies at Leavengood returned Sunday night vWe have a large'stock, and vllsell yon cheaper far )

Mlle Mltehel, of &urnmerneld, Dr. D. the East Florida Seminary and the Coughing Spell, Caused Death. from South Florida where he has 1-you can buy anywhere else in the ctate. _Try tut aM sort. _

A. Smith, Mr.A.. R. Griff en and 'latter her studies with Mrs A. G. "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, quite a large patronage for his tomb- Goods sold on the installment plan, part .)) M4. .1\11. .
of Anthony, were choked to death early yesterday small dayments to suit your convenience.
Judge Wilder, Parker. stone business in this city. His exhibit -
morning at his home, in the presenceof
visitors Wednesday. Money Criers 2eem Pr:=pt AU itls.
among Ocala's his wife and child. He contracteda in this line at the Tampa fair
In the death ofAudrew J. Cassidy, Ii7oi Can't Came Write togs fr Price
who was so badly slight cold a few days ago and paid was quite an attraction.
Mr. M. J. Koesa, Lake county loses one of her most but little aftention to it. Yesterday 1 We always have a lot of bargains that It will pay JTOH to ...

hurt at the Cornell fire last Saturday I i popular and esteemed citizens; a man morning he was seized with a fit of j!! Heart Fluttering. advantage of. a

night U able to be out again but will loved and honored while coughing which lasted for some time. $
who was
food and in the
crutches, forBorne for but be- gas Ocala Furniture
use His wife sent a physician Company. i
be compelled living and who in death will be greatly stomach, located just below the heart
fore he could arrive another cougli -
time yet.Mr. mourned. He had long been a g spell came on and Duckwell died presses against it and caused heartf -.. 'Vi

of Macon, citizen and had held many offices of from suffocation.-St. Louis Globe- palpitation. When your heart troub-
John S. Edwards |lIes you in that way take Herbine for CLEARING OUT SALEOfainVinterJIillincry
Dec. 1, 1901. Ballard'sHorehound
ond honor. Democrat,
I Mrs. S. trust
a visit to his sister, I a few days. You will be all right. 50c.
1 t Ua., after syrup would have saved
A. Standley, of this city, left yesterday -i Rev. J. M. Streator, who is so pleasantly him. 25c. 50c. and $1.00. AntiMonopoly Anti-Slonopoly drug store. m

I for Lakeland, where be will forma remembered here as the popu- drug store. m
; co-partnership with Judge Eppes I lar principal of the Ocala High Closing Out Sale! I 4 1-2 miles from Ocala containing 180

Tucker and will practice law. school, is now an evangelist under Mrs. Tompkins will sell her stockof acres, 125 acres of which is cleared :Mrs. Tompkins will sell all kinds Winter Millinery at bargains -

Char Mathews, the auspices of the Christian Churcn. winter millinery at and below and the balance is hammock. JIas a from Dec.. 1, to January I, 1905. Bargains in \>rk#* in ftAt'

)fr. and Mrs. His themes are many; among others cost for the next thirty days. .Hats good barn and two small dwellings.Is I goods. Closing out Sale. Thirty days' bargains. All wilier

Me* n. Bob,Frank and Sam Mathews be noted: "No I trimmed and untrimmed, flowers, all under fence, 1-4 mile of it being stock sold in that time, or less if possible.

MUt Annie Mathews went downto the following may feathers velvets, etc., lowest pricesfor i j new American wire fence and the
i and afternoon to Book but the Bible," "No Creed but cash. Closing out sale. All L j balance good rock fence. Will sell

Candler Wednesday Wednes- Christ." "Nor Plea but the Gospel," I prices below the value of the goods. on reasonable terms or rent to de- ; Mrs L. T Tompkins,

xd .M be present at the marriage and 'Leaky Buckets" "God's Dynamite Corner store opposite Pittman's sirable party. Apply to Stemberger ;;. ",.-".,: .

.day night of !It. J. II. Mathews ," "The Four F's." Furniture Store. 11 30 dw & Phillips, Ocala, Fla. 12 Itf Opposite Pittman's Furniture Store

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A Z at the cheapest price and p>a for instance w sly ..
guarantee Uiif wl, a y fa la* Kau. a ChiekerinE. o k.

W ? :: Pare and Unadufteraied laqpore at ALL cry J''c'l, gyp: lfer io ci STB i| only .. . . . . . . ... . .M.

y y alt Ui4 ter live fe prz iie&lljr btr |i itJllr'L 'rrit u .
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I.: ... | Our Wart-hoofce Is the bfc&t equipped tlfl', ; own suite of TTXMK aa4 j jYtl:4J LDUEN G GA1PBELiSPIANOS.> nTII en.

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Is the Best Dollar Quart on Earth. w'siil fireak sure in a srioot than I ; -- ,- -- .

pay Iii:' is a 1(%(. I snttt get'a re1 1 >Bobert Balloek, OM of \\'bM w1 .y1. that., ,.f ttMtNrOM .,
;1W1 coltlT atti Ffcrida'8 "graad old meo," i* ta sa..
y&sag wesiaB, wfeo
s Remember Strauss ""In a ttlrtatcdattlIJ fI
Pays the j city from Oeala ,
Freight sefag the
on will ttsttzz its icjportante dit* fat s.dmingling tM ...... lilt; Entttg ..-

raft ,' And *o.Le pay $-'>, //) a year i with old friends. Geo. Bel. l1o.k.r W. and tkiaeti 11

tf a coltege ate to k<*p the lock said to the Triune that UMfecope ,
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4 full Quarts for $3,50 1 and excellence Yis tietarrd brY ;t ..
: mutJlrQUj ybrcv of tric-a-trae dust4. the fair took s.- ... aedost the Dr t'reth

i :r Try it and he convinced e not him expected completely: by surprise as he had oa {)flail pool....1we"

Carpenter that :. anything half [so good.
tap Cainev pe.rMM IJIIfJtaTo" r.graIL .-

Kverytbing: in the Liquor Line and as we are Wholesale as well as Retail Driers, we rflle "1. wit read/ for a revival." I Tampa tamed home Tribune. Gen. Bullock re. >
Saturday and --
We are friendly to our titer city and report

art the Only fylpto in ths County who can feell you from a drink to barrel at onetime tear that the g
and tatd the CUt exactly fairly to bel. _
one delivery from Ocala direct. te lest Mau oaks i1w lIsaps .
Tbo W. yt'IAI.
r We nay with a degree of gladne r Lawson, who wa pineh-

Specialties, we have none, as v/e make a specialty of everything "we handle that GaintKvilJe hat become good; at ed and started out to pinch othew In tat IR4Wt, .r Ne i'OUoe hat'"
pifked wt, a .sM of tt tuaar_
and give each item special attention. l at that b the reputation he enjoy his articles on "Frenzied Finance" .
g ha been sued ed and that w* ... sealaa ee>fs .
/ "'*, away from home-*o, perbajj, and is likely to experience will be .'
found thu
ana iet short ctfMUs
in that city the occupation of the a repetion of the process
Respectfully Submitted, I i but has been mad,
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.-"p''. ,.'- gong! The work of the traveling that he welcomes Chance to add Viola Seen .| 0 ML a t...:

fr evangell4 b to call sinners, not the farther proof to the disclosure he lug her aunt MM. Tuner. wtIo it.

STRAUSS & CO.;' rlbbteous, to repentance. ban already made. Look out for rich seriously ill at bet .tse w.t ..".

rare and racy thl."eek..
squealing. Vlllstea Aottotlltl.
The Oalneviil Weekly Star will -,

tame a. a daily beginning January The Jacksonville Metropolis The Jacksonville DaHl Sea w" :
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1 8 All orders filled game day an received. < that Mayor Solomonson :
fint, next. The Star U a very. excellent Mayor Solomanson Is Is a Jew. Jacksonville to extend an tatit"1'
a Hollander to
publication I but every Hollander is not a Jew. Roosevelt to \-wt t.
/ city during his southern tour.

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E The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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Thanksgiving Sermon

!I receive Rev. Rufus enconiums Rowland for his continues beautiful to '' " " " " " " '" ,

t Good health thanksgiving sermon. Everyone who j : -

heard it 'is throwing a bouquet his 3ct

to the Mr. Rowland. said that all loving EI

patriotic Americans joined in the celebration ___

of the day, and as a nation .I-- .. J ____ --
we had many things to be thankfulfor. C -- -

ehildrenChildren Thankful for the greater free-

pom we enjoy compared with other* :HELVENSTON-BLITCH-PASTEURCO.

nations. Thankful that war and
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especially are fond of dainties, strife that are the becoming white flower more of distatefuland peace is 4 -- OCALA, FLOEIDA. ::

and the housekeeper must look carefullyto making its influence more and more 4 .........
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felt the nations and -
especiallyour n'
their food. among / ::;
own. Thankful for our mild, balsamic Ci tom -
i climate. Thankful for the 4 : We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and the public in general l =

As good cake can be made only with life and example of the "Man of-Gal- 4::::: that we are now prepared to offer for inspection a new and most complete :::

good so also a cake that is healthful ilee"-who. has been an inspirationfor .- line of Dry Goods, Notions, Sloes and Gents' punishing Goods of the very bet ....
eggs, unselfishness and the power of [ 4 4::::: materials and strictly of the current season's designs fresh from the deign -=

f as well as dainty must be raised with overcoming evil with good. Thankful .. .I!v.-' ers. In selecting this new stock our buyers have given most stndious time -...
::::: and with the view of the with the best
for the hope of heaven and the en- i j jI personal thought supplying public :::
a pure and perfect baking powder. I joyment of eternal felicity.In I :ill-- and most reliable goods on the market' It is oar intent and purpose to .....,;a

Royal Baking Powder is indispensablein both thought and diction the j:::: carry at all times the newest and most reliable creations of the season in :::
p.-- High Grade as well as Popular Priced Goods. ---
sermon was very beautiful and delighted : .......
the preparation of the highest qualityof those who heard it. --- --

food. It imparts that peculiar light- An Enjoyable Cane Grinding. :I-r -- Cloaks Corsets.d--I

ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the Friday night the members of the I E A new and most COLORED DRESS GOODS We carry "Warner'i ]

new club recently organized by a .- complete line of Rest Ireol"and -...
In our Dress Goods Department we have a Oelton1 "I. .,..
finest cake biscuit I -- ladies' and misses ..
doughnuts crusts etc. number of the young married people,
and children's jack. multitude of new weaves a great variety of visible Laetoff.
and what is more important renders the were given a very delightful time by ::::::: 'ets--, both--longhand fine fabrics, as well as inexpensive good made of ronUd, batiste ..::::
Rawls. The
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. par and satin, la
short, in black, tan Iri _
: -- fact this department abounds in the _
food wholesome and ty were driven out to the Marion browns, bines and all good Mralhtchoicest __
agreeable to novelties of the of
young ; = season foreignand : front nxxM' ,; low -......
Farms where they are now engagedin 1:::: castors, etc. _
and old. domestic art in useful staple goods, and I bust, long hike, __
grinding cane. An old fashioned :: to see our prices will convince you that our I medium high bat, ::::
candy pulling was one of the pleas : afford maximum excellence and andfthort hiw.i .
ures of the evening and everyone --- ..
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-- heartily enjoyed themselves. The AI-- Handsome creations In Dress TRIMMINGS we hare a collection i! Hosiery aijdUnderwear. -

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS; Local Editor. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rawls were -- in silk velvet, *' of novelties in Appliques, Persian and ........

-..-- the following: Mr. and Mrs. F. L. crushed plush kid, Silk; Braids, Etc., which I are clever I and far I: .L-----41
c etct red brown, Il.aHh, warmth, ....
'I 1 :c LOCAL HAPPENINGS X Watson Mr. and Mrs.! G. R. McKean white green black '' from commonplace in all manner of designs, I j!; and m I )lr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller, :\lr.I -- and orange and of colors, etc. I I heir HI art H .....
and Mrs. A. H. :Marsh ,Mr. W. A. the .
-- -- i :: very -------- I and Knit u for ::::
:Murphy of Fairfield. :: artistic type of : ftta,. .\mart now. .......
Mr. *. L. Iwy, formerly of Ocala, ] The many friends: of Mr. Ben Ray- ---- t workman lp. SILKS I ..... HIM* -.rill
!! A New Eusiness Establishment. .......
... .... III DtUnd returned home i ihit' sor, who has been so ill for many I ---,--
a4ber a brief visit here. weekswill-be delighted to know that I I )1r Rossie E. Yonge informed a g::: We solicit lI. IL.OS-"i Beautiful line of Silks-the kinds most {in Gloves. ::

7 he was able to be on the streets Monday representative the Ocala Banner : LESS,and are prepared vogue-for suits, skirts, shirt waists, etc in i P&U Uaeof tar' :::
M*. IkwiMRl S % of Colum- and that his will Saturday afternoon that he :would in ; _
recovery a-- to sssd cut unties fancy and plain colors tiee our Peaii deSoir kid JIov't.< ?
... tea, CM., JMffifwl in Ocaia Sunday to be a few laws start the erection of a new. e- hard! UM rUlft.4tr .- t
here. permanent____ I ;;:;.- cf dress!: goads.: etc. at ?1.00, and our guaranteed Taffeta ac
with friend
rpeal; a fvw *ay s iron building on South Osceola street, make fK\Yrut..h
I Mr. Xeil M. Allred who has been I between Fort King avenue and South := Write to' vlcri jtrwast $l.<0 and 75 cents. Best on the market for I and Hhr jguuAt -==
Mf. JtIIIIII II Chart' and Mr. S. L. the five months atHenderson --- brand IWottt"74r. ...,
spending these
; past Second street, to be 30x50 feet one FMS anything. prices. t gl'& .',l to be found .....
"tW 4 &, el Oxford, were among I vine, \. C., arrived home I ..
0ecItI't ttnmrm"visitors on Monday. t Sunday afternoon much to the pleasure story. E SI/cets
The building will be occupied by a Line of Cnuforts, Blankets, Quilts. & PillowCases.
of his friends. Mr. Allred's
fit ft. J:Kttililka of Crystal River, gentleman well known to the peopleof : Table
a MMMiMMl Hre4itinert, was in I family preceded him home several Ocala, who proposes to run a repair Useful Values in Linen, Napkins anilTowcls.'1 ::341

weeks ago. for automobiles gasoline __
(hello iMitaj' w K4* way to Jackon-I shop tom-- -- -..
The young men gave an extremely engines, electrical'appliances, etc.
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pleasant dance at the armory Friday The new establishment will also do E I -
Urn PMtrN INW been quite i I
: night. About fifteen couples were I contract work-in plumbing, gas and
*k* fc+Mivurai .... a* her hometo t := Ralston Health. Shoes Children's Sfcoss. The lrvl -Drew Go's .3 4
present. The affair was very i electrical fitting and' other work per-
JftriMMvOte, fattMr II ...rc, tperat. for-I We have just received; /J ,
mal and the young folks spent a very taining to the building trades.
... ::: fOR1&\. our line of Children'sLADI S' SHOgB. .::
I happy evening.Mr. The names of the promoters of this and plisses" shoes. I!, .
; t N1ward Holder drove Thfc lto. of goo* i. welllIaown tAt .
and No business .will be made known Great has been ,
new care ---
UJ' .....y Brits .SW DtmnellonMonday Harry Curd who accompaniedhis I Ii>- We think, we, have secured. the ;. taken with the selec;: be one of tIM.fc. Ud*>ffco thai .....
:. sad ,1uuu.uh.M4 hoi a sister, Miss Nellie Curd, to Ocala, later. 1 i r-- strongest lines of Men's 3.3. 50 and !: tion of these goods, j I are made in the wwt. W. haft in .....
... I left Friday afternoon:: for his hom3 at Hard Wocd Factory. : $!. Shoes that are to be had. Our I:will awe believe with rou'thia us knee very ItfQIII YIIaft' in -.:..:..!.,. '

; ...- -- .. Salisbury, N. C. Miss Curd will remain Mr.iThomas W. Lutz=, formerly of tlS stock is newfand clean., Thej shapes i when agree:you see them. hand turned Rotes, and they At tM -.

r ... t'<< ... MAJI- ..1l.nwd homo I with Mrs. Frank(; A. Teague for this city, and Mr. Harry Blackburn, | e--; -- alight" and'they fit the foot. Our i I AU shapes of which and -lesS southern foot W. are U_ eipw.ting -_-_

N...4ay ft'uN 'rIP,.. mere =she had the winter. I who is quite well known here, have t>- Bluchers in Ideal Kid and Baker's they will fit the child a shipmfitol tie UIMMM "Qu. 'i

N .... tba itw+at el iK +4r tear two who has been entered into co-partnership and are j -- Corn 10 Colt are beauties and]are J time give oodtsatis- Quality" Shoe fr weewlelr Ill a very ..,-...
Mr. K. C. Bennett
....... -. ..- .' 1 spending the past ten days in Ocala erecting a hardwood factory at Live 'i i :=:. guaranteed. faction. short time. :::
short while'until
44tltician, Oak. It will only a' |
E4rrand AtkiMHM.wawaml. lie territorial with his wife and baby at the homeof this new business enterprise for I ::: Good Fitters,. Good Wear ei-a Right, Prices .:::
f'H'8t' '
.atl ?w have Mrs Bennett's parents Mr. and Live Oak is under way and it will -h! --- -...
Cite )ftH 4Rbt yean '
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(It"'I' Mrs. Clark, left Monday for his homeat

.**..*-lye-----million- dollars. Bristol, Tenn. Mrs. Bennett and mean Mr. much Lutz has for the that best city.wishes of his t ----- BARGAINS THAT ARE BARGAINS. f

g .. Jtota .t. HMtofi, of Sylacauga, baby will remain in Ocala for the many Ocala friends for a big successin

",''n .11? tlJ.Nlfl 1 I\.r in Ocala winter. his new business venture.Mr. II>- In our back room we have arranged Bargain Counters in order to close out some HH#. of gunth ::::
)I...ty .Ifn He was en route "Advertising is a delusion and a S- that we are going to discontinue. It will pay each and every one of you in investigate the..'. ... .

>;. tar, a .Mt t. ilw .lid h dine at t Clearytol snare. I had some advertising cards About. McKay's midnight Barn Friday Dostroyed.the barn belonging I I- One lot Men's Hats; original.prices One lot Decorated China, aU aka .::::= -

= .Ml _.. ---- printed about two years ago and I DI- were $1.00 to $3.00; now 50 cents to goods; regular priee M: seta..; now -....
A J. 1 lke4t t e* Gainesville, have nearly all of them in my desk to Mr. [George McKay was $1.5o. D 0 X'T FAIL to 20 cents a piece. .::::

i. ss a dill *. lib Ocala friends. drawer now. More money thrown discovered to be wrapped in flames. tl 150 Men's Suits original prices give us. part oi 200 seta Cups and HatMNH, plain, .......
The fire had gained too much head tom-- $6.00 to $10.00; now $3.50 to 600. I ::::
: Mr. l.iliitt baa recently returned away;" was the comment of merchant I 100 seta Cups and Saucer, drrurated;
afcrwd an U looking most Cobwebs a few days ago. way before it was discovered to be =.:- 150 Men's Coats; original prices your time when in at greatly reduced prises. ....
is a trip able to.(save it, but Mr. McKay's -- 2.50 to $4.00: ; now 1.25 to $2.25. I '"",.
.aulh.. __ tr I I Ocala, because" it Agate and Tinware at wry low .......
-- The Florida House is keeping house and other buildings were saved. One lot Boys' Pants all sizes, 25 _
)',r. tFMIk sands, of dew York, abreast of the progress of the times.It The barn contained a large quantityof ::-:. cents to 75 cents. will be to'yoiir in prices. .........

.....'k. tIMt manager of the Ocala has recently received a fresh coat hay and was completely destroyed.The 'tII_-_- One lot Decorated China, all new tercst to call on Glassware other, Hardware useful awl a IfMt .............
1 through and pretty original price 20 cents many things lAat y.
'Nlllu" OropAny, hated of paint and the interior has all been loss onjthe building was coveredby I lam-- apiece; now 10 cents. IIS0'I can get at half price. 11I

rtwtM )1-wa1 en hi. way to Dunn- renovated. The table is fine. The insurance.Will -- ---

...... .. |4Ut J+t eme telephone there. man who takes one meal therealwa's ::::
: Give Charming Party. ILack of space makes it impossible for us to tell you of even half the I
back for the second.
Mr ft*! Mr. Iadd S. WoodrowM goes- 5 Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver have :: special attractions in our store. Investigate our offerings; it will profit 'OU. :::

aMI ..qW.... and JanIe \Vood- 'I Mrs. J.1.. Jackson.and her two issued cards to an evening party at Come and see us and make our store your headquarters. We shall certainly '

new, w.* kite bn at the Wood-" I attractive daughters who have been;. their home on Friday evening Dec. :: endeavor to make you welcome. .- Sincerely Yours, :::

vets eaKat'. air11U, at the guests of Mrs. Jackson's parents, the second from eight to twelve Mr, and Mrs. J.1. Barco at the o'clock. A large number of Ocala's 11LIE1

......ire .--- I I Savoy'hotel for the past few weeks, society young people have been invited VENSTON.BUTCH.P ASTEUR 00s. -
Mrs. left Friday for,visit to Dr. Jackson's and are looking forward with a .
sir and Mr* Henry W. Long
'- uo4'at and lId Mable Godson: and parents at Bronson before returning great deal of pleasure to Mr. and :::. UNION BLOCK, OCALA, FLA, _:: 4 4i.
of home.iothS1IONETAIxDTAR. Mrs. Mclver's party.
Mr. arms who were In charge

the South) anoa Florida county fair returned exhibit at home the" tD '_u'''c ..(band heal*lunz; fOIIY'1ijONEYAmJTARCuns.. PI'C. & Pceumool. .....,,1"" " " '" " ,

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: ."Don't you want me to give yen { golden hair came out of the sitting --

By three tickets so that you and mama room and her eyes fell on the manly THEGOp
"A Little Child Shall Lead Then) I AIR
Beatrice can go to the show with grandpa?" form of Teddie's friend standing in .

"\o sir, thank you," replied the the door.
Marean, -FOBIE -
boy with a proud little flash of his There was a simultaneous of -
A Tfc Bk ?tvia?Story. '
The Famous dark eyes.. "Mama says that she "Thelma!" "Theodore!" as she rush- !Z i GROCERIES I f R h
Written K.peUBy forth Ocala Banner. i -
Florida Anthor.Twin' doesn't want to go, and I can wait ed into the arms the man had extended -
till I am big enough to earn some to her, and a murmured Brand Java & Mocha Coffee in Cant.9ODay .
W Nt, owner and mana- of the venture, did not need to make White House, Seal I .
money. But poor grandpa wants to go "thank God, I have found you at last, :
par if tfM gmt ,Mittan Minstrels, money, we suppose, it proved to bea awful bad. Mama told him to go my darling wife and through the instrumentality Seed Oats. .:

.. to M Mftm at the betel in a great financial success. They had and he said: Xo darling, you have of our innocent littleson Market Prices for Chickens
We Pay the Highest -
diisa.y sr:It r.. ...._ Th.ubgif'&C wondered from city to city, from to work too hard for the money.' ," from the man's Produce.
any All Kinds. of Country
.1t MIl .__td idly with town to hamlet, with Theodore West "Xow, se here Buster," said Mr. While Teddie looked on in round- Eggs,

ever on the alert for clue aid West, "I am going to give three
Mt fiall .a lire tahte. The cigarb. some to you eyed amazement that for the time
him in his search and he satin tickets and I want to andyour B., L. HALL Prop.
yr .. hto atatth .had gone out, ; as see you stilled Illi busy prattling tongue, the .. ,
to wl viftful and his hotel: on the morning as described mama with grandpa at the show
Ml to wN
old portrait painter bent with age, West Side Public Square. lif us ".
w I r.. s,.. alt SfiOB the hotel above he had reached the nearest tonight." turned away from the sweetly _

:anal. tyrtsq aMMol aad bright point to complete despair that he had "Oh you mustn't give them to me," pathetic scene and murmured as he U"- iri: I.--
.... a .*.,.. of pkilfchrubswith I ever known. cried the little schemer in a"oice cf dashed the tear drops from his dim
a background of He was aroused from his melancholly alarm "for then and ,
ateflsisrefs mama grandpa eyest "And a little child shall lead A. STANDLEY & CO.
Mme, et4 |M... the fruit of | abstraction by a feeble rap- would find out that I asked you them." .

.)... r1Mae. like golden apples ping on his door and when he opened for a ticket and. they'd be so 'shamed .

r>p. pe i. hr Cft'M f.age. t Ithe i door to see who' the intruder of me. You must send them by Jim, Christian Church. The PinQGcle of Human Skill o.

'.. .... N...Nptur aa shone as I. might be, a tiny boy of perhaps< five and he wont tell." )Ir. Rowland, the gifted young

a s.ulias MIl can shine on a years of age stood on the threshold "All right, I'll send them by Jim. minister, of the Christian church Has been readied lr, Mfr camp..,

.... day aad ye4few butte z- and looked np appealingly at him For answer: "Buster" got up onhis preached two very interesting and I 1 baggies aDd hanM**. Th. caUy waj .
iii ....... a".eCt'ubalmy1Ir from a pair of great somber dark knees wound his fat arms around :
helpful sermons Sunday morning and ire to
= N they eaa ever ielttt a* tai* tat :
M at to pre to the feathered eyes. Tbe child was dressed in a 31 r. West's neck and pressed his evening.The .
pinnace etevafe th. ttamUrdevea -MIt
'*!I,". .JMnlllC i Oftofith song, "Buster Brown suit," his dimpled warm dimpled cheek against his, subject of the morning discourse _

... ..yM.tirr ttf,. *xit ve to the knees and pinky white legs bare to "Oh, I love you," the child cried was "Higher and Higher," then car wfcfeto* will lie

ftiis _t.. the ankles, while a blue velvet cap "you look just like my papa." adding to the foundation buflded two at Ule. 'n., aw aoc 110 htgh .

fat fat aft ** I.IIIU. ttghU and sat jauntily upon his long, goldencurb. "But you said that your papa died Sundays ago upon faith, repentanceand prior th-a gu ate .... tt ot .tact '

,s ...... .... _man detect- before were born." .
baptism and adding one week '- Of OMNt Mktoto tl NM. bW b."If.r glass!. ,
11rr err .... .-, MU_s. Mr. West In one dimpled hand he held some "He did" said the boy settling ago the beautiful Christian virtues r- AgwH..LIVERY .

Irr.- .. neada i PT life, did Sunday School literature, and the back on his seat on the man's knee, ncess.I" in a Christian character,

tlKtt loot ... ispP1 or e(4fBted. picture! cf rosy, innocent childhoodhe "but mama has a beautiful big portrait '- last Sunday completing this character FEED & SALE STABLE

.. ... to from leadingtor presented would have made ,
..." a of him that grandpa painted. It by adding patience, brotherly-kind
.,.tt hi* apgnrjjation, gratifying study for an artist.
tIM e NM lI hangs in our bed room and after ness and brotherly -- -- -
tell ..* to pia a f..rtoraanre in "Hello, Buster," was 3Ir. ""est's mama puts me to bed at night she Rowland's evening subject was Sash, Doors a dOur ....4..

... t.... oa pat LTrmisg, and % greeting. stands for a long time before it. I Repentance and Confession, and he tine of the Above ........, **

..., art wtHiid not have "Is you the Mr. Minstrel man?" never speak to her then for her face showed that after faith comes repen- i r well a* ail !kind of ...... of tfe*

biers MeK is .......5; that ilr. West loped the visitor. loots just as it does when she is saying tanceand then public confession with same character to 1M Mail ooMpH*
to be foMd )MfMbout.. and ttovt ..
tek of it all.
h I'm
wu tleMait arWy the minstrel man." her prayers." the mouth and by baptism,
necessary r. no dfceowtt oo tie quality tit In r.
rah 1r..iaf... .* Mto to Kt'Mral.' 3Iay I come in and talk to you a )Ir. West cleared his throat of a steps in the chain or plan of sale We endeavor to spay evavy want

7Irr.l-L WMe 4..J'Ike the roving little while?" suspicions lump, and his eyes suddenly 11 that eo.*' mfer taw o4 of oar
J4'.JL... wfcfefc a*had ebos n,\fa!a "Sere," replied )Ir. West, as he felt a smarting sense of unshed tion.Two united with the church in the baitiAMa. and acoonfac to eotaamc

w.fchjr .aa...* a beaetif romancetga drew his visitor in and took him uponhislmee. tears. evening, one by confession and bar :: report which K. weally trot Iv <**

...., ta ht.ltfe before he bad "You haven't told me your name tism. j ( the track we art dotef H.
Ocala agMte for fife : illNesli "estl/
..... Mi Ueotjr-fiftit year, had "You see," began the boy as soon yet, little one," he said' at length very 13 f O m c i riui't S.irrniT. PMi
Fire Cornell
had a dkaalretu ending; and be'E as he was seated "Jim said I wouldfind gently. *

OMght up into the warp and woof eof you in this room and he show'dme "Grandpa and mama call me son," Between the hours of eleven and W. SMITH & CO.

a if*.. *4r Ui ever sinee had hung the door and then run'd away." said the boy archly, "and other peu o_ twelve o'clock Saturday night a (Ooato Fa.

darkly over bit life. "U'm, u'm, whose Jim?" said 3 pie call me Teddie, but my real, sure disastrous re occurred at Ccrnell.the _. --- -. .

It WM almost six. years now since West. enough name is Theodore West, andI saw mill station eight miles ,south of

he had married clande Uneiy the only "Don't you know, Jim? He's a was five years old last August." Ocala. TO CANE SYRUP MAKERS

,44M .l an frWere portrait painter,, mighty good boy; he sells papers and Mr. West. gave such a sudden and The commissary, belonging to the

.*., fcowtrw fckHIed he may have shines shoes and makes a lot of mon violent start that he came near dropping Northern & Southern Lumoer Company -

$ be.. .Ie, W. |>rofMton, for some on- ey. He is going to show me how to the boy on the floor and his face with all of its contents, was

.f..8UW-e reason, such a* we often I sell papers next year and he would grew pale as ashes as he caught him entirely destro"ed.The .

we aAd raged; ? wonder at aecompaaftag teach me how to shine shoes, too, to his breast and! demanded: home of Mr. F. R, Pashley,

real genie, had been unable only mama dosn't want me to shine "Boy! quick what is your grand vice-president of the company, which .

with aft bi> effort to rise above the shoes." father's name?" adjoins the commissary, was also

matfairlfr** daughter. Mr. West, looking down at the Jim- and he paints bootifnl pictures," fortunate enough succeed in saving

; Tb Rtet'ng between this girl andTfeeodere pled hands of the boy. "What papers lisped the child. more than half of his household

We.t bad been purely accidental are those you have?" "And your mother's name? Tellme goods. '.
.. 4Ir?
bat it wa a case of love at "My Sunday School teacher gave quickly!" )Ir. )I. J. Roess, the popular young s.

:! flr t Ight. The young man, however, them to me'cause they have got a lot "Grandpa calls her 'darling,' and secretary and treasurer of the dot _

J ratified even in hU blind infatuation, of pretty Bible stories in them and 'Thelma,' and I call her mama, and era & Southern Lumber Company,

1, Utat dais child of poverty would never mama will read them to me." my pretty mu'ver, but everybodyelse and the commissary manager, was = _

be rttftoI\&J by hb wealthy and ariSe "Have you been to Sunday School?" calls her Mrs. West." quite badly hurt while attempting to ,
t*rMk parent, hence the clandestine asked Mr. West. "My God in heaven I thank Thee!" leave the building through a window.)

raarriag "Not to-day?" said the little lad. cried the man as he clasped the child In home way a large piece of glass

Af&r three month of wedded bliss "This isn't Sunday Why did'nt you closer in his arms. became imbedded several inches in

peat in hiding, Mr.We t was sent to know that this is Thanksgiving?" "My mu'ver is a lovely lady, and his leg. The wound was an ugly one .

Hurvp by hi..* father on some pretextor Mama is home to-day. She is s'nog'- every body loves her" said Teddie as and Mr. Roess suffered considerablywith = .

another, and soon after hid de- aferin the bank, you know. But the his under lip began to tremble for the it owing to the loss of blocd.

partura the new of his marriage had bank is shut up to-day and mama is man's intense excitement had communicated He was brought to Ocala on the midnight

reached hi* astonished! and indignant getting us the best dinner: turkey, itself to him and he felt freight train and a physician -

parent ean.ImmedlattIJ"lbolle. mince pie, and everything nice. She frightened. was immediately summoned. We Are Agents Fur _

proud and ambi- let me come out with Jim to see your Noting this Mr. West put the child 3Ir. P.oess is now at the Ocala I

ttetw people had net themselves about bootiful parade, and then I rnn'daway I' gently down on the floor and making House where he is resting easily but The 0Ind ) "Golden New Model" 3-Rolkr

the work of separating their son from ang came to see you. mighty effort to regain his se ifa will be laid up for several days. t

the wife of hid choice. So well did "That was good of )'ou' I'm sure." J I control said calmly: The misfortune to the company a Vertical Cane >Mills

trey s t eeeeJ in their vile schemingtfcal "If I till you what I came for will "Teddy, I am goihg home with"you. 31 r. Roess' accident are greatly deplored ,

when Theodore West leturned you promise, 'cross your heart,that ." by their friends here. have The latest them and most up-to-date cane mills put oa fee mart t *'."

home three months later, with thedetemination you'll never, never tell anybody?" "Oh, you won't tell on me, Mr. The commissary and )Ir. Pashlay'shome and we will in send stock. If not convenient call and ......., wrtt ..
of claiming his wife be- the boy asked. Minstrel Man will you?" he cried in will be immediately rebuilt. you by Tetnm mail circular atYhlII j II fi""",
I -
tore the whole world in defiance of "Yes, here,goes, 'cross my heart, I alarm. Our other --
i "Do It To Day." Hpet-iultic :American i.
I4 parenU, he bad found the cottage I'll never,never tell anybody?"laughed "No, indeed my boy, you m'ay I and Cattle Proof Field 1'11Su"b.mill HUuuod Uft$ f
The time-worn injunction "Never Doom Abel
wfctre be bad left her and her father )Ir. West. trust me for that," reassured N 1r. HUn*; Turpentine, ]111 and Mining I l
I put oL'til to-morrow what you can do sty well tttpptlw. t t
dMrt, and no one could inform "I want to 11n full fork
you please send my West, as he took up his hat,and Jeiifrnl U"rd"urr t
htm whither they had Then grandpa a ticket to-day, is now generally presented and Ston A nice line :
be- to of
gone. to
go your show gloves and led the way down stairs. F.iumiHrd (:'GI" : t
in this form"Do it to-dayi"! That is per and Xickle-plated
gin Mi weary and unsuccessful search to-night," said the child paling at his Jim and the other boys and Tdie's ed- Cooking 1'it'
far bit loved one which continuedtwo own audacity. the terse advice we want to give you
mates on the street looked with
"If I do about that hacking cough or demoralizing M0RION HARDWARlf
yean.Hi I will you give me one of wonder, not unmixed with, envy as cold with which have COMP NY. .l
parents, both having died in your pretty curls?" Mr. West asked they witnessed Teddie down you been i
the meantime, after contes3ingpart the smilingly, as his hand caressed the the street swinging on to the hand of struggling for several days, perhaps OCALA Successors. to Ilubbard & [aoon1t. 1
liad child's weeks. Take some relibale remedy for leiAillpA
they played to bring about beautiful hair.
the big minstrel
man, and prattling r
hi* unhappiness; he had formed this "I wish I could," said the little one: away in joyous confidence as they it to-day and let that remedy be Dr.Boschee's .
great minstrel company, every member i ruefully, "but I am afraid mania sped along. German Syrup, which h -
asA WE
of which artist in would if I been in use for over thirty years. WART
wuan his line, cry cut off one of my curls. When they reached the boy's home few doses of it will
for the purpose of having an outward She likes them you know, but I don t and undoubtedly re-
opened the gate Teddie for leive
once your cough or cold, and its continued
object for his wanderings while he ,cause they make the boys call me forgot the law of true politeness and use for a few days will c I EVERY GROWER IN TIlE STATH

continued the search for his beautiful '''girl-baby' and 'Lord Fontiloy,' and dropping his guest's hand he sped you completely. No matter h wl TO HAVE OUR nOOKS .o

and belonodife.. that makes me hot under the collar, ahead of him up the steps and into deep-seated your cough,even if dread "FLCS1DA VESSTABL2S"
HU wealthy friends and associates I and 'frow rocks at the boys. But the house. consumption has attaked your lungs, "FLOE1DA;; 02ii3IS"-Book of complete manual on Florida '.
I German Syrup willl surely effect "FLOEIOA : interest to Orange
milled Indulgently upon what they i mama is going to cut curies a ST2AW2ZSEIZ2"-BookJet on "Soil
my off "Oh, grandpa," he cried to the old cure as it has done before in thousands i I Fertilization. Variellw, _tin, ft**
termed "Tedd)'* new fad" and predicted : next summer and I'll save one for gentleman, whom he met in the hall: of apparently hopeless case of! miss of FOTATOSS"-Booklet on "Soil, Seed, Planting
that be would soon give it,#up you and give it to you when you "I have brought Mr. Minstrel Man to lung trouble. New trial bottles, 2.5c.I I"PIlttA1'i'LE- Fertilizers nnTILIZti:3"-of, Digging: and Shipping." and CwWraltog. *** .*
to disgust. come again." regular size, 75c. For sale I"IDEAL rSSTILI22aS" peclallntereat to
at AntiMonopoly Rnnir pineapplf
see you and mama He is very nice, showing all Bftw ,.
Contrary to..thair "Where's Drug Store. prices, ere. our ltterei1t 1 44, ***. *
expectations, your papa? asked Mr.1 and I just love him." m NEW ? >

however The American Minstrels, West. At the sound ,of reddie's'voice'' i PUBLISHED AND REVISED EDITIONS OP ABO\'H JUtI---r
render Mr. West' management had "Oh, he. died before I was-bo rn I Study at HwaeSS !I FREE FOR TIIB A5K1 t1. a.
,H pitched in a key of excitement a _
now been on the road for three years, and I have nobody but mama and j slender young woman with cue- WAi.-T. -*lions Sad Lttfft Lewes iBtvar E:81': i Wilson & Toomer
a&d because the a kwlaseae.spiutnaittole.nao.rbefaj, ..., _. AotI"-.k. Fertilizer
manager and owner grandpa," said the boy .G.a kkftaric Ii.auYn.HI, or t Co. i
solemnlyJ J patient madonna-like A.4:a.LatI.cft. ...
face Teed.n.tdedMpweu
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'iL\ SL12ASSTB SA2EI3 Loal Editor MRS MILLER'S DECEPTION r Thanksgiving Day in Ocala. I M(1THEWS( .DeLOI4G. I _Mr. Brown's Letter. -..,.

I Thanksgiving was very quietly and I In a letter printed elsewhere Hon. WEtH

Hi.PPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Yesterday afternoon from three to ,' happily spent in this city. Theweather Two Popular Young ,People Happily I C. M. Brown says:

E t was absolutely delightful and every "My citizenship is still In Marion -
six o'clock Mrs. Robert Edward Lee Married Wednesday Night.
person living in Ocala had many county despite the state- .
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. Home have Miller entertained in a very The marriage of John Hybart ments of my county papers."
things for which to be thankful.At I
gone to Georgia for a short visit. ful' manner at her home delight-\\ I :Mathews: and Miss Anna Laura De- The only offending in this directionon }
l 10:30 o'clock in the morning a

King It at nineo'clock the part of this paper was the re-
avenue. was a reception union Thanksgiving service was heldat Long Wednesday evening
Dr.J. 0. Boozer In in Atlanta having -
bU treated. which the honors were shared by the Presbyterian church. Rev. was a matter of much iu-I publication (by request) of a letter <; The .Jeweler
written by Mr. Brown to the Miami
Mrs. Arthur Clark, sister of the Rufus Rowland, the much loved pas- terest to a large circle of frie .

Mr. Carlos Sistrunk again has rooms tor of the Christian church, preachedthe Metropolis.In .: .>t'R J'f ECi..r' """ .]i
hostess and of several The of the event
a bride scene happy was this letter other thingsMr.
with Mr*. McGrath.Mr. annual Thanksgiving sermon andit among Here's a Nice List From Whteb
months Cook of the home of :Mrs. R. Holtzclaw at
; Miss Christian Brown said:
Select Suitable Irf nt
was a most excellent one. A large to a #

: Emerson Poorer, of Arcadia, is Brooksville; and Miss Myrtle Fen- congregation was present and special Can er. Mrs. Holtzclaw played the I "I had made up my mind For a Friend or Relative:

the Blest of his brother, Mr. Frank nell of Gainesville ilrs.. Miller's music was rendered. wedding march and Mr. Fred Gaskill that within there the borders was somewhere of Floridaa SOLID GOLD WATCHES

Poeter.Mr. guests and Miss Nellie Curd, of The Thanksgiving service at Grace acted as best man. )McKinley, the location growth and more production suitable to of SOLID GOLD RINGS

and Mrs. F. L. .Watson went Salisbury, N.C., the guest of Mrs. F. Episcopal church at eleven o'clockin pastor of the Presbyterian church. fruit and vegetables than my CUT GLASS WARE
and if I could find
Ie Jacksonville yesterday to spenda the morning was well attended. performed the ceremony, which
A. Teague. They are a charming such a place I determined tosever
tow days. The popular rector, Rev. Henry W. united the destinies of these two the ties that for 50 years I
coterie of young women and were u INDIAN BUCKSKLN NOVELTIES
Little, conducted the service in his me Marion county .
lovely on this occasion.Mrs. young people. and her worthy people."
Mere building is now going on in very GOLD LODGE EMBLEMS
usual happy and delightful manner. The sweet bride was very attrac-
Miller wore a very pale blue And the following:
time since the
The offerings of fruit and flowers tive in her wedding dress of white
I tissue dress. Miss Curd was attrac- "I would say to any who desire -
hotm la1"I
( and Miss were distributed at the hospital and cloth over taffeta. She wore no veil to better their condition The Prices.'You Will Find AreAs
tive in a white cloth
gown *
come Low As Good QualitiesWill
the after the service. but in her coiffure wereseveral
:Mr. Paul C. Davis is having erected Fennell wore white silk.liss among poor I have no hesitancy Admit. Call and Set,

The afternoon was pleasantly spent white rosebuds and she carried an exquisite in saying to you my reader,
the iota he recently purchased Cook's blue embroidrr c
en gown was pale I come, and cast lot with row dlti.. at1 1IIMn'V'I
by our people in riding, driving,auto- shower bouquet of bride roses. your
m 1'ettleoat lane, two neat cottages.Mr. d chiffon and Mrs. Clark wore a us; the corner stone of a great

champagne colored silk with blue mobiling, hunting, listening to' the ,The groom was very handsome in his cityis laid here under the impressive -

Bernard Seligman has return- trimmings.The delightful music of the Union Cornet evening suit. benedictions.ceremonies "of God'snatural

: eJ to his home in Columbus, Ga., Band and in various other enjoy- The home was simply but attractively -
house was were attractively Mr. Brown himself, not his county
after spending a few days with ments.In decorated a quantity of beau-
decorated, the colors used being pink papers, is talking in this way. We, ii
friend here. the evening the "Tyrolien tiful smilax and vases of roses being ....
and green. A great deal of bamboo, therefore, make the suggestion that 10
Queen," was given at the opera used. fs9y8 +
Mr. Robert L. Anderson returned holly and other evergreens were used he amend his remarks by the follow-
house. After the ceremony was over and ltI
.erne yesterday morning from a few and a number of vases of pink roses ing: ?
Altogether the day was a quiet congratulations offered the bride and 3
da).' professional visit to Tallahas- were placed on the mantels and ta "Despite my own state-
and happy one. groom and guests were invited into ments, I am still a citizen of I
M and Jacksonville. bles. Marion !"
f ., The Tea-Pot Grocery, Ocala's up- the dining room where a deliciousfour I county .
The hostess guestsofhonorwere I ___
The next visit of Dr. E. T. Allen to-date wholesale and retail grocers, course supper wag served buffet -- -- -
standing in the reception room
rho eye and ear specialist will ba presented their customers with a style. i
and in the front hall punch was served -
TtrtutJay, Dec. 15, at Montezuma delicious Thanksgiving rem e rn- The serving table was very prettily Plantatioi orent l
Hetel. Glasses correctly fitted V by Misses Florrie Condon and Hattie )
brance. In the morning they sent decorated with smilax and white '
Williams. Those assisting in the I
Hen J. C. B. Koonee, as a Thanksgiving around by their delivery men excel- ', tulle and on the center: of the table
hall and parlor were Mrs. Z.C. Cham- '
remembrance, sent his littleMD bliss, Mrs/.G. McKean, Mrs. C. V. lent mince pies neatly done up in was a large cut glass bowl of beautiful For 1905 X X X

Bernard in this city, a tiny tissue paper, tied with blue ribbons'I white roses and narcissi resting
Miller and Miss Sara Harris.
The property oelonging to tho esiat3: of Aoram :Martin, situattd
ltand It is a beauty and he and bearing the following card: I on a lovely drawn work centerpiece.
8fc pony Beautiful music was rendered by I I in the eastern portion of Sugar: Hammock comprising a planta
U jMtly proud of his gift. I "We wish our friends and patronsa I On departing each guest was givena tion of about 500 acres under fence a n' w wire fence), about
Mr. Leon Fishel during the receiving 350 acres of which are in fine state o. cultivation, is for rent
most joyous Thanksgiving and ask box of wedding cake as a souvenir. next 'ear.Thes .

The new Foundry and Machine hours. that you accept from us this contribution Both Mr. and Mrs. Mathews have \ ; Ian Is aie regarded as of the best quality and are well adapt.ed .
Works building now in course of con- The dining room was very pretty for th-j estivation; of all the crops produced in this section.
friends and well wishers here
to the Thanksgiving as many
its decorations of and pink. In I Apply to
S. Hanson is the green
ttruttten. by Mr.
a mark of our esteem. and throughout the county; where .
the center of the serving table was a
and DAVID S. agent
in Ocala means WOODROW
lan'est Very truly, they are both well and favorably '
I9 mere for Ocala than other enterprise. large star, formed of smilax,and three known. I Ocala, Pall

tall cut glass vases of pink roses, ad- ABE BROWN & BRO., .
Mr. Mathews has been in Ocala for I --
When want a pleasant purga- Ocala, Fla.
you ding a beautiful color note to the pic- -
"e t'w try Chamberlain's Stomach and This attention was very much appreciated about ten years and is one of our 'j

Liver Tablet They_are easy: to take ture.Mrs. the of most: popular young men. He holds '
Mrs. by manpatrons I f
S. A. Standley and Sam II
and produce no nausea, griping or I I a responsible position'with the Ocala
other disagreeable effect. For sale Rawls sat at the table and poured the this popular firm. I I.
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by all druggists. m iMr. chocolate serving and were coffee.Misses The Eloise young Miller ladies -- Marion County Before the Supreme )Jrs.Iathe"sis the only daughterof I I l

Clarence Smith, of Lake Weir, Court.L. Capt.-\Y. H. DeLong, of Candler, i I
Grace Hatchell, Allie Van Juhan !
wa shaking hands with his Ocala Paul Jumeau et al., plaintiffs in one of Marion I county's prominent I '
and Louise Harris, who were relieved j
friends yesterday. lIe has recently error, vs. William N. Camp, defend- orange growers. She is a very attractive To be getting in to
during the last hour by little Misses I.
returned to Florida from Clarksville, ant in error-Citrus county. Petitionof young woman and will ret I I Yt i ,
Lucile Standley, Alta Pearson, Lida I f
Tenn. lie leaves the aroma of to- counsel for the plaintiffs in error ceive a warm welcome from the many

bacco to sniff the delicate perfume of MeDougald, and Margurite Porter. to reinstate cause on the docket I Ocala friends of Mr. Mathews. They I WINTERCLOTHES

The people were asked for
the orange.It young denied. John G. Reardon for peti- will return to Ocala in a few days 1
the last hour and the presence of
tioner; 0. T. Green and R. L. and for the present will reside ;
Just took one column and a half quite a number of the young gentlemen &
Anderson, contra. withIr.. andIrs.. Charles
for the Tampa Times to tell the story of the city added much pleasureto I .
Carl Thalheim as surviving partner, Mathews, parents of the groom. : I I -'
of Capt. and Mrs. Samuel R. Pyles'magnificent the hour.
the South etc., et al., plaintiffs in error, vs. )Ir. and Mrs. Mathews received The prices on our winter clothes are to
exhibit at There were nearly a hundred callers -
Camp Phosphate Company, defend- many lovely presents, which were unusually Idw, and we can make an
Florida fair. It tells not only what during the afternoon and Mrs.
ant in error-Marion county. Motionto displayed in an upstairs room. interesting proposition to you on winter -
can be done In Florida but what hasbeen Miller's reception was an extremely I
dismiss will be granted unless The Ocala Banner extends its con- clothes. ,
done. Florida is the''coming" event.A I
pretty within ten days from this date plain- gratulations and best wishes to the *

Ita tee m Runaway Accident. tiffs in error shall ,amend writ of young couple. i COME AND ASK US ABOUT IT ii
Fire Chief Brigance now rings the Thanksgiving afternoon while out error. John G. Reardon for plain-

flre bell at 8 o'clock, a. m., 12 o'clockm. driving Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marsh tiffs in error. R. L. Anderson andO RECTOR Of ST LUKE'S. I
., and 6 o'clock, p. m. His: departure and little son, Henry, happened to ..T. Green for defendant in error.

I I. very much enjoyed and, be- quite a serious accident. They were $the following cases will be argued Ashburnham Ontario, Testifies to the I M. FISHEL

4dM serving the purpose for which it on. their way to Home's still when this week: Good Qualities of Chamber. i

was Intended he is making the fire something frightened the horses, Ocala Loundry and:Machine Works, Uln's Cough Remedy. I 1 See the new arrival of Men's Shirts at 60c. They're beauties.

belt, In a limited way, take the placeof causing them to runaway.On appellant, vs. P. R. Lestes et al, ap- ASHBUBXHAM, OXT., April 18, 1903.
I think it is only right that I should
a town clock.Oeala' both sides of the road were pellees-Marioncounty. Same plaintiff -
tell you what a wonderful effect
numbers of barrels and in front was a in error, vs. same, defendant in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
future does not lie in the !
dummy railroad. In going over this error Marion county. Allred & produced. The day before Easter I

hand of the Florida Railroad Com- I I road all of the occupants were _pitched Davis for appellant and plaintiff in was so distressed with a cold and THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine

1RII.lon. It lies directly in the handsof I cough that I did not think to be able .
out. :Mrs. Marsh and Master I error. R. L. Anderson for appellees
business men-they have ,I to take: any duties the next day as
Hi own Marsh escaped without injuries but and defendants in error. F. E. Mul-
to let It remain as it is, no my voice was almost choked by the
ate power Mr. Harsh was quite painfully injured ler, &c., plaintiff in error, vs. Ocala cough. The same day I received an

better, no worse than some other having his shoulder blade dislo- Foundry and Machine Works, defendant order from you for a bottle of your First Class Hates Reasonable. z

interior towns-or to make it a great cated and several other injuries. The in error Marion county. R. Cough Remedy. I at once procureda j

Towards Silver Springs and sample bottle and took about three
eity. team was stopped immediately and L. Anderson for plaintiff in error.
river lies the door of doses of the medicine. To my great Refurrjisrjed) Throughout) Special Rates by Month.
the Ocklawaha & Davis for defendant in
other Allred
drove home without
they relief the cough and cold had com-

hope. j accident. While quite badly hurt error. -- .1 pletely disappeared and I was able

Elijah III, better known as Alexander Mr. Marsh was able to be on the Death of Mrs. French. to preach three times on Easter day.I .

Powte, arrived in Jacksonville streets Friday afternoon but will be I' know that this rapid and effective }'IRS."THOS. J. BARNES PROP s
Information has reached this citof
due to cough remedy.I .
in his special cure was your
yesterday morning unable to attend to his work for sev-
the death of Mrs. J. C. French, of I make this testimonial without solic- .
to Ft. Myers, .
oar, and proceeded eral days. Worcester, Mass. itation, being thankful to have found -
where It b inspected he will form a .
such a remedy.Respeectfnlly
Doctors Could Rot Help Her Mrs. French was run over by a OPPOSITE CITY HALL. P. O. BOX 31t.
lanction, speaking in military par- Yours,
"I had kidney trouble for years." vehicle in New York City a few
Teed, the head of the E. A. LAXGFELDT M. A.,
with Dr. H. R. HUNTER
lance, ElijahIII writes Mrs. Raymond Connor, of days before her death and was takento Rector of St. Luke's church. ,

Komhan colony at Ostero. Shelton, Wash., "and the doctors the home of her daughter in that To Chamberlain Medicine Co. SUCCESSOR to G. A.. UL'NTKK,
U the founder of Zion City in could not help me I tried Foley's
city, where after lingering for a few I This remedy is for sale by all drug-
IlUnoU, and Dr. Teed known as Kidney Cure and the very first dose gists. -m GUN AND LOCK WORK A SPECIALTY.KEY .
New gave me relief and I am now cured.I days, death released her from her
i U the founder of the
Korwh, be built in Lee cannot say too much for Foley's sufferings. Mrs. French was knownin New Pullman Line. FITTING TRUNK REPAIRING SAW flUNG ETC. k
to ,
Jerusalem, a Kidney Cure," It makes the diseased this city, having spent her wintersat The Seaboard Air Line, beginningNov.

county which he claims will be the kidneys sound so they will eliminatethe Spring Park for many years and 29, will operate Pullman sleep- Satisfaction Guaranteed, Reference Furnished.
world. Both of from the blood. Unless !
In the poisons
target city her friends here are much ing cars on day trains between Tampa .
I very
claim to be prophet they do this good health is impossible. :.many OCALA, FLORIDA
the gentlemen Postoffice drug store. m. grieved to learn of her death. and New York without change. ;.


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THE OCALA BANNERrSASZ REPLY TO AM UNFRIENDLY CRITICISM his own churches and his own society. 1THE OLD UAH IN CITIZEN'S AUIRE. !! zen who has reared 3 family and I The el4y ttleatn/M .t .... .... tartleles

o I This section you call so "benighted" t "; been a useful member of the community of I., is "- 1/1R -'LI." lie

-== --, has negro theologians, negro I If a citizen of the United States of : have some provision againstage mayor. It f* >i lisa Mi his tar uwd tt.t -
2A22IS ,iitr. I
: OCALA, FLA., Nov. 20, lOOt. lawyers, negro doctors and negro I America enlists in the army, even forever : disease and misfortune? poHeeferee ., Use eit> "If f.,>< aM
1..7..tams:: Eatett aae:.
"t--- -=.- : To the.Editor Register sad Leader Des Motaes.Iowa. I educators, some of whom have so short a time, and though he : What sadder picture can meet the parJ>osee.
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achieved eminence in their may never have been wounded than that of an aged man whp
I read the article entitled "The I respec- nor eye "See that Mftsnr Out f.t t.settttit.

I tive callings. disabled, yet when he becomes old has set the example of sobriety in'dnstrr -
Solid South, in your issue of November by? HetM.k< hs/t mm t** ..

12th (a copy of which was sent I!i We also have "negro merchants, ne- infirm and decrepit, he is the care 'j and frugality, enjoying; the be adv -......... .1 tiSe ?t rtr

gro bankers, negro mechanics, of his government.He comforts earned by constant and wH .
with of
me by a ) some degree negro
I .( *_ ew 1.:1: ..., ....' am,
f interest. architects and contractors, and negro is not in his old age forced' to directed employment, through the
rc Jarttid >>t. 111 f'rw M i mu.-3 u..
rrNDAl'.1)ECE1BEP. Speaking of this section you say I laborers in shop and field. seek shelter ,t the "poor farm" cr ;, visitation of some calamity twd- 84Hr ..,.

we content ourselves with annually t In this "benighted" region the starve .. denly reduced from affluence to p"- _. --

warming over the dying embers of "door of opportunity" is open to the And this generous bounty of government -i erty and now in his tottering age fe ......,.... ... .. II n,. 46

:, t80I.i ante-bellum prejudices and are left to !I negro. along all these lines. extends to the widow after forced to seek a refuge from starvation wile wdih.rt, ; a wA

i -.. -- flock to ourselves menace no lon- In no place that calls for the exercise the old soldier folds his robes about ; under the humiliating fetateer of a <...hn1lJvtlk.... .. .,u t...,.+

i THE SOLID SOUTH. ger to anybody but our friends. j of physical,intellectual mralor him, crosses over the river and the county poor farm tile 11ft a tM a i-FI t K

---- Well, if this pleases us, why should j I religious achievement is the "door of bivouacs on a more peaceful shore. j We have in our mind's eye the dffct Ifttt SJM with IhmrulJ1. v. .

WhM tte n itt of the election it give the least 'concern to others? |I opportunity" closed in his face. lIe This is the tribute this country of a man in this community who i* I VIIIIIIIII"I"" Lad ... ::= 4. _

&. ...Itr op the most fmMet..i But are your statements justified I I is free to exercise his brain and hisbrawn' supposed to walk in the footsteps of | laboring under Jhe wefgbt of ttowj i ttttlq Of waft tirlA. 1ft" ;

ttda_ that ha bn accom- | the "Prince of Peace" j score and ten who ha lid a ".
pYlh/1 wit W loud to be the segrerf by the plain logic of facts? pays to the years ; _
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.tl.0S < UM did Myth. By the Have not we of this section proffered Surely, even a "benighted" people glittering grandeur and pageantry of .1 i life of frugality* and activity; UMT I, ,

y ltht of tit* American people they to your section, time and time such as you describe us to be, war. I has scarcely been a day ia his kwg !

..... ..... ... alone by itself, again, the olive, branch of peace? have the right to fix their social status, But if the life of the citizen is spent life that has not been IifltfIdJ1 eta- cc -

1M net,. Iasd back lot of AmericaImo n Was it ever accepted? ;i I and in doing so, we of the south, along the paths and in the promotionof ployed-a day in which he hat not -_.>
&ItJort8g a body of death
t sL bit ready' to hang around the As far back as 1S72 we made Horace I draw the line only at the home the peace, there is no provision made I been constantly busy; he had an orange "---

Melt d..y organisation that acceptsttpfjort. Greeley our political leader. drawing room, the parlor; the dining for him by his government when he j I grove the proceeds from which

.. ..... The twelve states I Was there a more ardent abolitionist table, the fireside. : becomes incapacitated for labor by would have supplied him bountifully -

.. .....,. dbat a public issue and in all the land? Had any man And we are willing to suffer all the the weight of advancing years. with all the comforts of life in hi* declining ; It I 1I

.... ...., OB uee. but that content He
done more for the manumission of adverse comment and criticism that may have been an active; use- years, yet in a eight It was ,
*. niIwi, with annually warming I I ;: '
... the (friag ttlr of ante-bellum the slave? Was any man more in favorof I this course of conduct shall bring ful citizen he may have builded swept away, and in the helplessness -

"...a... are kit to Bock by them- the policy protection? Did any i I upon us for we feel that in the providence houses, constructed railroads felled of his old age, gaunt poverty stares r

aedI s. nMMaee DO longer to any man fight harder against the "green- "i of God our position is impreg- the forests, made many blades cf him mercilessly in the face. t : sIT

hrtdy. btlt titer frindli. back theory," which was about to nable, and by pursuing it we are safe- grass grow where none grew before; This man has done enough. for his 1i
11ta gMroddnnoc of political with I I
lupapWM1! Ita* k' always, to be de- sweep over your state? Did any man I. guarding the purity and best interests .I he may have been an inventor, lawmaker -, community not to be forced in bis i

..'.... I'uhUe Mmtiment is never so do more for the "resumption of specie -i of both races.Benighted .I scholar, painter, sculptor, old age to beg, steal ;>r starve. M, + :tl. J JF ;

......, M when there are earnest payments," which eventually led as you believe the southto poet, author, editor, teacher preacher Xow, in these remarks \\'e"OOJd ; -

....... ad sharp divisions in every.emnity to the adoption of the "gold standard be, have you considered that if her or what not; he may have beena not be understood as opposing the a

But the sooth having i ?" contribution to the nation along both benefactor to his state in an hun bounty the government gives to her 1'1t x
JilT.v., ... dlserwdoo and suppressed .
civil and military lines were taken dred ways, yet if he never shouldered soldiers.
IfM IfMrtMrll, and thrown the great I Many of us at the south were opposed I

wit 01 I.. eoBgr**kmal represenM4 to these policies, yet, in orderto from her how bigagapit would leave a musket nor flashed a saber, if he I The soldier deserve every cent he ., A i

bollss (4. toral vote-both fraud- ; "clasp hands across the bloody for her and the world to deplore? never entered the. ranks of those receives. I I _"".". '*jV"JI.i.f I, t

......, HIt in violation of the plain chasm," we placed Mr. Greeley at The declaration of independencewould whose profession it is to maim, dis- The writer himself was a soldier in iif* _. J ...

......, of the constitution-into the have to The imperishablefame figure and kill, when age comes the civil warthe ashes of his father li
the head of our political organiza- go. upon : : nb.l\p 1' i' :Irt' fI' the
.*.). to <4rt.rmia the policies of the
patos, to h fortunate that it is now ion. that attaches to the "father of Him, there is no other escape for him mingled with *he soil of Mexico; a D"III man ald tire!! ,. tiw trAaktliutk .

...... to ttend alone by itself, its For the purpose of bridging that his country" would have to go. The but the "poor farm," beggary or grandsire was desperately wounded Itt <> aLrttlahlirttx

.... purples e.p **d to the gaze of chasm: and as an acknowledgment most of the framework of thejconsti-. starvation upon the streets. the battle of the Cowpens in the re void nn l in th*> It) w\'a inr

Hit ..... In the entire history of that the war was over would your tution would have to go. The wisdom And in how many of the states are tionarv war and a son was a soldier f'treoJth and l pnri't It.. flats

the fkrSaion race no section of it there not in in lmot all th.o! c ..,;' d t--t4D-
section, as represented by the repub- that Marshall diffused over the supreme even "poor houses" or the late war with Spain.A .
SMS .v. a4ofsjd a platform so igno- tritoR flifthe g1't ...
court would have to The "poor farms" to shelter the indigent man can render
lican party, have accepted Jefferson go. no greater service -
southern states
tt. M tfcal of the If the fn! tl-h l t.. : '. 'tart
Awl te ts* wfcofe history of the race Davis and put him at the head of "Monroe doctrine"would have to go. aged and unfortunate? than to voluntarily risk his life it urottki 1 U. !
u v\ .ri; -* ;k t 4!i-
... ta tk. *rhr centuries of national organization? The fame that belongs to the hero of Now this, it appears to us, is all in defense of his country's honor, and
your Un-unw .
ity, tt! oil 1 n I, ; t't..
..r...'. derlopasent. never has I At a later period, the south accepted Lundy's lane would have to go. Our wrong. The man of peace should the nation honors itself in making Iris its Uv*>r ti'11'j i "tb r
of svtiotr wadthe right of free
Ufcmj i brilliant achievement at Sew Orleans receive the bounty of governmentthe provision for him and .
Winfield Scott Hancock, a cheya- would still fate ia Dnun..Lh.r; atai hf. >>
.p..e .MM *o outrageously; sup- te tug
pr:1.. Th solid sooth is not only her of your section, who had worn would have to go. The uninterrupted same as the man of war. further honor itself in making pro prnperttc. 'I birty :;ru",* art

s M's' behind the north in ever the uniform of the United States army successes that followed our arms We say it deliberately that it is alla vision for those who ha\'edisdJl kb- I the proprietor* .>l Ai" t! .. fountsion : -

rtrt.Mt..&. uf true civilisation, but it fN c and fought gallantly against the from Vera Cruz to the very gates of mistake about the "pen being ed themselves and glorified their foun l n \\'..1of, 1Jf\

...... an century behind any na- armies of the Confederacy. i I the city of Mexico would have to go. mightier than the sword." country in peaceful employments: <'o4Itvertill I Kiiflmt! ..,.... \

..... of Ear n*.. The sword is mightier than the which takeit AIM.1! pt the full" "*lnr n|
Would your section have accepted "Benighted" as you pretend to believe pen after all, bring strength per..
Mr talk cheerfully of a reveal
Bryan tbeo
I. 'ith'lI.t ,tllf' ut-JtMtt.
uf the democratic party. The Robert E. Lee? it is,the south shares a big slice j press, pulpit, shop, field, factory, and petuity and'grandeur to the nAtkm. .
taU aVoft'n :
all the instrumentalities of M dw
IW will revive if of the nation's glory-she largely peace t is the keystone -
"J1Wcrt: never Why, forget now that the war :
bolidwMitii I made its history.The combined.We ThH makes the arch; the rest tht there were )w'ttbint: ill .tHo "'un" fnt wrA.hewtwar.1 \. rr

it tontinn. t.atU* to the sly Moth upon catches the step is over, and while the world points to I south you must remember, is bow down and worship before Are nothing put. tin that comtabad er...t: ", thin tk'tttwi.Ik .

Lee as a military genius second onlyto the man in uniform and treat with Then stands n a triumphal roarL Thai .*. awl l nil
with tfc* narch American progress not only the birthplace of Washington Observe the stirogth. the heijbu the brrwtth I +opfe, < i inittm. of1k

..d _... iu voice to the anthems the great Napoleon,you want even Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, careless disregard the man in citizen's the why and_when"OLD __ \v8lltiag Slid ..t 141I'\'U.' nth ;

will to him in the Hall of Marshall, Jackson and a perfect attire. ii 5--
AtftwtoM' .liberty, it never deny a place TIKE vs. THE MODERN arts Ibf tur eaapfr
and Why in a Christian land should this FARMER.
en iut I. W the diction of another Fame. galaxy of heroes, civil military,
distinction be. made in favpr of the SCOTT & MOWN*, CNCMWHMAM.
pfe.iimt. kotfe., United .States. The belonging to that period, but it is the
Boefcr Washington dinner has been The civil war has now been over birthplace of Clay, the author and soldier? From ".Mills' Statistics o'f South taw u SfliS, MW ****

nearly forty years, yet, if tomorrowthe originator of protective system, Why ehould not the ordinary citiIU Carolina .. .d
TUiaati, and Hfln, and Vardaman democratic party were to nomi- Farragut, one of your naval heroes under the head of "Manufactures"we

and Dart save bn heard and con- nate a candidate for the presidencywho i of the civil war, your immortal Lincoln quote the *

.Watt. The verdict has been ren- had worn the eppaulettes of the Schley_the hero of Santiago, "The following: .

}- ....... The Month knows where it to say nothing of Booker Washington n inhabitants mostly clothe

tend* In tW w.tefn of the nation, Confederacy, it would throw your Fred Douglas, Tom Watson, Sam themselves from their own labor."

and eftf''ool eke knows where it section into the wildest sort of a Jones, the forebears of William Jen- I j The writer of these lines is nut as

ttawb, afid there it will continue to spasm. nings Bryan and the mother of Theo- old Methuselah yet he well re-

farad until it purRf itself of its big The boot of sectional prejudice is dore Roosevelt. members
when the
and Hifghled race prejudice One word to show that, the south is spinning wheel 1uiliila
wry ,
on your leg-not ours.
not intolerant and and loom were been in vtc: ;
aid awakes an intelligent effort at benighted, steepedin nearly every & AU.
7 What is our offense that calls forth
t ergo tu *a.ur up to the standard sectional prejudice as you proclaim.The farm house. li
such maledictions as your article con- present democratic governor of Like the rJJWrkl'-.Ia" '-" .t *4I' ''
twvRtteth inhabitants
at democracy.
century of .
South Carolina sin. t. r'Sti "" ..... '. ,
The north i* snaking' and will make tains? Florida is a native of Illinois, was educated the farmers "mostly 1'w ft ,: r.. AntA.i
t.n u..r.a*
..,.... It do<' not ask for an fndiseeiatlillsate Well, hav'nt we a right to vote it? her environments. from their own labor." LwD.. M. iEt11tY &, CO.
grant of franchise to thetenonftt He is the fifth or sixth northernman The farmer not only made his own DIT.OIT.II!..... .

and vicious of any race.. It Ale we to be coerced and forced to made governor of Florida since clothes but he tanned his own leather

< MM not demand nor expect that the vote contrary to the dictates of our the civil war. and made his
own shoes. J. __
MHO* will be represented either at
own consciences? Can Iowa point to a record as tole-
home or abroad to any undue extent The ash hopper was a familiar THE
by members of the colored race. But Do you not periodically the re- FRANK HARRIS. the
ttt..atth dot" demand that theMM proximity to every kitchen. -
? Has Iowa voted !
*It khall hold open the door ofufyurtattit any> ADDENDA. NEXT

) to ambitious and strong other way since the close of the civil,: OCALA FLA., Nov. 20, 1904. The farmer made his
MMt ad women regardless of race, war? ,To the Editor Register and Lcader.lJe1I Moines, own soap.
color urrvions condition servitude | The-feather TIME-
or Iowa. pillows and featherbeds
ana to nothing short of this Do we rip and snort and kick our j;
It occurs to me that in the commu- the quilts and
will its v.r ounent. Until the south heels in the air and rave about it like j counterpanes,
MIl rW to thi. conception of its nication just mailed I neglected to and the y-
rag M .
rug on the floor .... wtuttys
dotjr, K may tvmain solid, but it will madmen and say all manner of evil cay (your doubts to the contrary notwithstanding -
next to the M slelt
tet.a. aki t If the election of bed were all home made. tom-.
things about you for doing it? ) that among the other HM-aiw anything it means me wagons, carts
YaM the AlMrican people are for a We down here have reached that blessings the negro enjoys in the and plough

.*..U6N d.!" for every man, woman"by degree of tolerance and enlightenment -. south is the right to the untrammeled stocks, yokes for oxen, horse collar, We Don't
..,. ioWW pwart the American exercise of the franchise. etc.were all made on the farm. qlJa!

7b. whichteachesustorecognizethee If the negro pays his poll tax; and HUMORSOf The smoke houses
I nttd Mmth \* about to havtu.t were filled
fact that has the with
a right to is otherwise
qualified the
jrNM. in which to take an inventory ( qualifications meat and the cribs with to ... ilk ensure
uf lie tUOc. i tock in trade. If vote as he pleases, for whom he applying to ;whites and blacks corn. trrtanyb.d
...... to ajr r rtMtv in the blood or pleases and it is nobody else's busi- alike), his name is placed upon the The farmer was independent in ski. liM .. "IIA.."
...., to MM OHftht of the gener- registration books. those days, i! on our ..... It toMS OM u. fat
Mitch f'Oll8C'oMn who are coming the Skin and Scalp Speedily I cleanest ]
When .'M to
election day he He loaned
ness.We approaches his
UM action
a Ujceot they art money to the Oeala.V
not fuss .
to MftvlTV the, nfgnifloanee of the are makingany over goes to the polls and is given a ballot Cured by Baths withCUTICURA chant at interest. mer- ,Islk. *.. Llhll, e
twrwinc Uw that is now drawn across the fact that you have excluded the and enters the booth alone and un ,
the | Ucal.p.. They are bound The farmer was not worried
Chinaman from our shores.although molested. If he marks his ballot cor- about
to ........ that like the leper colony trusts and
....,have ben egregated because thet4rM4e badly need his labor in our householdsand rectly it is counted; if he omits to freight rates gave him 0. K.

| j-urj)<> @ of the nation can- cotton fields. If you don't want mark it or marks it incorrectly, it is very little concern. GROCERY
tot odju ilM-lf to the benighted out not counted.As This condition
look u. been contenting them- him her. and don't want him to eat of things kept up
we vote under
with Australian
Mlve and are certain to remain until the close of the
at your table and grace your social system the civil war. Clark
w rgated until of their own inspectors (always men of Then the Bros.

choke they bvoonitJ American or by functions after he ;gets here, don't standing) 'do not know one ballot Soap to cleanse the skin of,crusts store farmers began to wear Next to Bonus.

the l..u.d artkm to of become congress American.they are com The want him, indeed to share with us from another, and the negro, nor his and scales, and soften the thickened houses bought clothes; furnishing their -- -

ttulki Mouth i* out in the open. It is the blessings of free government, we white party friends, have rarely if cuticle, gentle applications of from with things manufactured --- -

a by it <.'If. It i* in position to choose harsh verdict ever charged frauds, at any electionin CUTICURA Ointment to instant, abroad; had their smoke houses
(U own future. It: can rejoin the your with some this state-certainly not for many and corn cribs located in :
Iy allay itching irritation and the LUMBER
: union politically, as it has geographi- degree of tolerance and forbearance.We years. mortgaged their farms west; !
inflammation and soothe and and then
-ally or it can>go> on with its oppres- troubles real
ioo of a helplew) race and its sup- have troubles nearer at hand about There is no intimidation of votersnor heal,and mild doses of CUTICURAPills of the arose and the independence

free speech: and an honest the solution of which we can better suppression of votes. This is a to cool and cleanse the blood.A farmer ceased.

brtallotuntil the patriotic indignation of I employ our time. charge against the south only heard single Set, costing but One The independent farmer will be "Oi'UIf ai
nation be restrain seen
the can no longer again when I"UA
ed. Upon its dE'CMoniU hinge to a The negro in the south, for whom away from home-a chimera that does Dollar, is often sufficient to cure. loom, ash the Spinning wheel, flU
great extent the political realignment not longer exist in the brain of any Sold throughout the world. Cudcun Soap 2St Oint- hopper etc., are Dry Siding, Flooring
you shed so many horse apple tears, I I -at,SUe.,J 'tolftDl,Me.(ID form 01 Chocolate Cuated seen on the farm. again as4 Q-" .
of the future.-Des Moines resident republican. Pull, !5c.pental of fiO), 1)epotJ: London, 27 Charter
(Iowa) Register and Leader. has his own schools, his own colleges, a I "FRANK HARRIS. I be.home. Potter Eq J Paris Dreg,I*Roe Chem.d.1a Corp.flU.I Sole Botton,13 Freya. CQllUlllu Until then the trust era will con B. H. '
W Stud for"The Grai Humor Cure." tinue and control. Seymour -I

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Does not now solicit your orders on heavy Groceries, but we are prepared to serve you '

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J t ttl Crackers in neat and attractive packages for the Holiday Trade. If we were to enumerate all the good things that we have, it. would 1cJ:

t Citron, Lemon, and Orange Peel. ... ; Raisins. take
too much
t paper and too much of your time to read what we mightFancy
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: Premier and Don Carlos.. Olive, stuffed and plain. Nabob Olives . '

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Baylea Condiments. Prunes. Fancy! Pickles. stand ready at any time to prove the statement, that "we have the best D;

Canned: G ndi of every imaginable variety and price: "'jt
goods at the lowest prices. ,

Parkes' Coffees and Teas. White House Coff e. r -

Let our delivery man take your order, and we will convince you that

Royal Salad Dressings Eddys. '

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Preserves, glass jars stone crocks.

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jewel." The dollar earned by the felon who

As the command: "Thon shalt not ]I is restrained of his liberty dosn't be- s .e ..Q.e .SIes.""I.e

"THOU SHALT NOT STEAL"Lay Sernron rP ,. kill," is openly set at defiance by the 'I long to the state and the state has no i i "*\ We keep a ruU.l<>
;i i nations, so also is the command; more right to it than it has to, the LOOK FOR
i J B "Thou shalt not steal!" earnings of others and to take it from- .

The State's Treatment of its PrisoQers. The Editor. I If ali individual is entitled to be him is in direct violation of the command e p THE SEAL Old Velvet, .

called a "notorious and common : which was writ in ineffaceable -eeyfif-'l J ''i"rf" f

'_IrMtII 1 thief," what shall we say of the state letters upon the tables of stone.In I Old McBrayer, : I::

t hN mediately following the the violation.of this natural law. that violates the command of the whipping about in search of the 1 I w Mark Rogers, .

11 nL..MIII. "Thou ihalt not kill," is' This being true, why does the state Holy On:) every day in the year? little sins which: afflict society and i
"Thou set the example for its violation? The United I) Old Charter
IM of squad lgnlflcance, ; States and the stales, disturb the pulpits, so far as we have ,
An Ignorant and vicious white man steals I- .
**** wet ftfettil" i a time-sometimes for observed, this big sin has been overlooked ,
the or negro,aa tho case may be; or, per-i i>I a year; sometimes for ten Mt. Vernon, 0d
..... .* net ken written upon I years; by the churches, notwithstanding -!
it not been haps, the one or the other, forced by ;, sometimes for a life-time! I .
balls .f .....411: ; had it stands out in raised. let I
'"nli'4u'" from Sinai in tones far the dire necessity of actual want, I 1 i i&tells !I A man's time is his own. It was -ters in the column of "Thou Shalt ) Cascade and

irk sail mere terrible than could from his neighborand, in f j 1. given to.him by his creator and belongs Nots" thundered from Sinai! 3 at :

.. megraphone, turn, the state straightway steals to him. Neither the state nor ,I Other High -
btr 1.'rtl pFr sigh any
k wu1rM .... be recognized by every from him-steals his time; steals, I| the nation has the right (except that I II The Tea at Mrs. Maughs. .

\i- ulna t : a* a wrong. I perhaps, the youth;;the manhood and I of might) to take it away from him The "tea" at the home of Mrs. G. .8 Grade Whiskies.- .--- .
the flower of his life. without compensation. .
If t1+sw tgte no Salute-laws T. Maughs Tuesday afternoon was
crime If there is any difference in the Sometime a wife is dependent I THE PEURL
weald tlll be a upon and attendedby
Mf1]'" M. It j extremely pleasant was :
crime of crime, is it not in favor of the individual her husband's time sometime ant
tar It to ealiAr M. It i* a a large number of the ladies of h
Itselfn. and against the state? aged, perhaps, invalid mother some OF DUALITY .
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tlrif. tit 1tMIf, lad by Ocala all of whom left a silver offer- ,

... .A __te thIngs perfectly Because a man disobeys the moral time a whole family. ing, which will be given to the church o Rests in of -s- .
and steals, is it justificationfor every drop /i 0
law any What has the state steal
unlaw- right to
k.I.. to,. which are fund of Grace Episcopal church. -
the state to do likewise-to take from them? Mark Rogers whiskey. .
j :Mrs. Maughs is a very gracious
statute-1,11111os. the bread out of the mouths of the But this is precisely what the state hostess and she was assisted by Mrs.J. :- Pure, old and mellow -r! ..

would, man's wife and little ones? does whenever it imprisons:: a man its suggestion to the man :
.... by tagal enactments they K. Austin, Mrs. E. L. Carney and .

...." 1. .. ;perfectly harmless per- Yet every state in the United and appropriates his labor without Mrs. C. R. Tydings. .: .,4. e of taste brings out a smile A
States, and the United States itself, due compensation, and especially is
IanMRt.'N.Pu. In the dinning room delicious that won't come off. G
killa sets the example of violating this this true if the man has mother wife
crime and
eX&Blllle. It b* a I chocolate, coffee, sandwiches .
the same as 'the nations of the and children .
the law dependent upon him for
a said. or turkey,or a deer, on cake was served to the ladies by
with the tacit consent, if not
earth support. visses Annie Davis and PaulineSullivan. :
harmit active encouragement of every Christian They are innocent parties to the Seated at the table pour-
denomination, sets at defiance transaction, rob them of whatis
of why OCALA
Iihe M od. and fields on the first ing the coffee and chocolate were FLORIDA,
other command of tne Great Jehovah theirs? ,
tis>w liher. that Mrs. B. A. Weathers and Mrs."II. A. .seeuuIuI.. 1
to this "Thou shalt'not kill!" Why, because he is a criminal,
belong Ford.
Hwt stealing does not
It See how many men made in the steal from the man himself? %
accommodating class of crimes. '
I Revolution Imminent.
image of God are being killed by It is for the 1
in former enough statelto restrain J
...u with murder I A sure sign of approaching revolt
Man the penalty was death. It belong Russia and Japan in Manchuria today I him of his liberty, so as to prevent { and serous trouble fn your system is ...

God' catalogue of "Thou him committing other crimes, and nervousness,sleeplessness,or stomachh I
I I See how many were killed by England thereby become a protection to so- upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly t Ii
Shalt Sott! dismember the troublesome .
and the Boers in South Africaonly ciety or, if it the example causes.It i
; The child knows its own playthings.It l ; thjnks never fails to tone the stomach, THE PATRiCAN = THE PATRICAN

P know that no other child has the a little while ago! human'.j I necessary, scourge him with:stripes; I regulate the kidneys and bowels. Stimulates --- ..
right to confiscate them to its own See the preparations for but not steal his time, which, all too the liver, and clarify the .

has no right to slaughter by all the nations of the | frequently, is the sole source of dependence blood, run down system benefit par-
It know that it
u.e. included! ticularly and all the asual attending i
child unless earth, our own for wife and helpless chil-
the I,playthings another aches vanish under its searching and
of his
with the consent and by the permission Yet, following the example dren. thorough effectiveness. Electric The Patrican Shoe for women is built on the most modem plans of ...
} government, if for some supposed or God makes no exemptions from his making: ; it's easy on the foot, light, comfortable and durable It ntfif
of that other child. Bitters is only 50c. and that is re binds the heel or instep, and is comfortable from the first time It U were
It t! No U so ignorant that he actual wrong, an individual kills commands they are as applicable to turned if it don't give perfect satis- until discarded. The many styles and shapes in which the Patrican It made
4 negro his fellowman, he is swiftly appre- nations,states, cities, towns and com- faction. Guaranteed by Tyding & makes it a desirable shoe for both street and full dress wear. Try a pair.
doe not know that he has no right
hended by his government, formally munities, as they are to the footpad Co. druggists. mFOlmKIDh1YCURE

t r to take his hU neighbor's neighbor's without arraigned and condignly.punished.Not who Jurks from his hiding place under The. W. J. Chambers Shoe Co.

BO, the nation! cover of darkness and fells his victim : I
Every civilized nation, every savage ...
\. _o True it is that "consistency is a. to the earth. .. .,.:5 XWnevs and Bladder Rrr'o.! Sole Distributors.
ii_ tribe, metes out punishment forT

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1 to select such items as would make suitable Christmas

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Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. I Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
Dr. Alf Abshire, of Grahamville,
The oyster supper given by the Hello: Uncle Joe is in the ring -OURHOLIDAY --
fpent Sunday here with his daughter, after
ladies of the Baptist church at theresidence.of again a short vacation. Wonder

Mrs. Alvain Lucius. Mr. and Mrs. ThomasonThursday who it was that said he was dead? y

Rev. True Whittier and Miss Ella Someone that was wanting to have
evening was quite a suc-
L3'lea returped home Saturday from a fun at his I
cuss. The oysters were served in all expense, guess. Now,

twc>lweek's visit to Tampa. styles and many did justice to themas don't believe a word of it. It was

Judge L. L. Hopkins left Saturday they were the first of the season only fun I know, but as the tide is

{ for Danbury, Conn, where he will ,f
suT3 to turn be careful in future.
here. The net
proceeds were over GOODS.
remain until about January 10th. .
The Gaitervilleites
.").". enjoying the
Hi resignation as judge of probate of
of the
Messrs. Christian and Dickson ship- sweets season, grinding cane,
that city, not taking effect until Jan. of
ped a. solid carload of cotton from course.
here Friday-making about the 4th Some of the Gaitervilleites enjoyedthe

Quite a party of cottagers arrived sights of the South Florida fair
car from them this season.
Monday from the north, among the last week. J .
:Mrs. Smith who was taken to ,
number being Mr. and Mrs W. C. Gainesville for medical attentiona Messrs. F. D. and L. F. Sparkman NOW BEING OPENED UP. THE BEST EVER. ,

Doolittle, )Ir. and Jas. Millsom, Mr. returned $ OCALA MUSIC CO.AT .
week from
week ago, is improving. She is I a pleasantvisit
and Mrs. Louis Tyrrell, Air. and Mrs. -
with her sister at that place. to Tampa.Mr.
W. R. Hilton and Irs: J. P. Foster, I .
)Ir. E. E. Barkeley and a Kentucky E. T. Jordan returned Sunday
all of Short Beach, Conn., and Mrs.
friend arrived Sunday from from a visit to Sutherland=ona, St.
E. F. BUSh, of Quincy Mass., and -.,
near Lexington. These ge.ntlemen Petersburg and Tampa. '

Mrs.,. L. R. Holstead, of Roxbury, brought four fine bird dogs with Our efficient mail carrier is on the

them and,will spend the winter shoot- sick list this week. We are very
) Zerah Hoyt, of Danbury, Conn,
ing and fishing. Mr. Barkley is, a sorry to hear of his illness and hope
arrived Monday night: and will
brother-in-law of Mr. Jno Xeal and to see him on duty again soon. TIlEBAZAAR.Santa
the winter at his home I
Danbury is stopping there and his friend is at Miss Sara McCreery: a teacher in .

avenue. the Baldwin hotlel. the Ocala school, was visiting in -4'
Mi 9 Long, of Dunnellon, was in I
Miss Brant, who yields the birch at Gaiterville last week.,Miss JlcCreery I OLD MAX c .
town a short time Friday.
Orange Springs, spent Thanksgivingand taught the Gait nille school last Come
Registered this week at the Seminole I .
.. over Sunday with her uncle, Mr. term and her pupils: are glad to see
have been E. S. Bryan, Brook-
W. E. Allen. her again.
,; landville, Md., Prof. Scharf, Savan-
Revs. Lynn and Hays, of Gainesville Mr.G. A. Turner delivered a discourse Seetr
nan, Ga., Julien M. Rae, High Point,
; installed Rev. Gordon as pastor at the Cedar Grove church
N. C., N. W. Hall, Clearmont, E. M. I
of the Presbyterian church at this Sunday.An .
Tankereley, Louisville. Ky., S. B. S
place Sunday. Each preached very affair at the church Sunday Clause AND BRING THE
Pound, Jacksonville, Fla.
interisting sermons. night seemed very unpleasant to
f i'w. DeWitt and little son, of
The Methodist minister from Mic- some present. But I don't think we '
t' Jamestown, N. Y., arrived
F- Monday anopy, Rev. Wills, attended a conference should hollow if we are not hit. Asa Has Arrived Ghildren.
night to spend the winter with her
here Monday night. rule it is the hurt one that hollows
uncle, Mr. Fish, the recent purchaserof .
Several parties of our town have loudest, isnt it so?
Hallock's Lodge. I
been up toIr.. Sampson's big UNCLE JOE.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Dana, of War packing house at Boardman to see I WE HAVE EVERYTHING SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. OUR COUTNERSARE

ren, R. I., arrived Tuesday after- Death of Mr. William B. Varn.
-S the oranges sized and wrapped by FILLED WITH TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
noon. JOSH. Mr. William V. Varn died at his
...., machinery. His grove is a beauty
--- residence, three miles southeast of i ..
Of Interett to Mothers. and he will ship about 10,000 boxes. .
Bartow, on Monday night after
Thousands of little ones die every Mr. Sampson is recognized as the SEE GADSON
year of croup. Most of them couldba"e brief illness of pneumonia. Mr.Varn 'L-
orange king" and he takes special
been saved by a few doses ofFoley1 I is a widely known and highly respected
pains in putting his fruit for whichhe IUIjtil I
Honey and Tar, and every citizen, being one of the old- Our Ladies Suit Sale going on.

family with children should keep i it receives fancy prices. est settlers of this county, and indeed tl W they are swell and up-to-date. A
In the house. It contains no opiates if.A
Bilious Colic Prevented. one of the
pioneers of Florida,
and U safe and sure. Mr?. GeorgeII.
Pickett, San Francisco, Cal., Take a double dose of Chamber- havirg come with his parents to Serge. Voiles, Etamines, Broadcloths ,

writes: "My baby had a dangerous I! lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hamilton county at the age of four And Flannels, 4

S; attack of croup and we thought she Remedy when the first indication of teen. lie lived in Polk county for I ,

would choke to death, but one dose I the disease appears and a threatened forty-five years, first locating at old rt: i !\ And in all the new shades for
of Fole)"'. Honey and Tar relieved attack may be warded off. Hundreds i
Fort Frazier, about ten miles northwest
her at once after other remedies had I1! of people use the remedy in this way wiwFall i

fa1If(}. We are never a minute without -1 i I with perfect sucess. For sale by all of Bartow. and Winter Wear. :

(it in the house." Postoffice drug druggists. m He was a veteran of the Seminolewar

store. m j t and at the time of his death was

FIEMINOTONcpoadeoce Candler. seventy-two years of age. He was REMEMBER OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN EVERY NIGHT
The people who went downto UNTIL 9.
the father of Mr. Josiah Varn, formerly
a,epla I .. Ocala Banner: Candler Wednesday for the wedd-
of this city but now of Braid-

.i Our farmers have about finished ing of Mr. Mathews and Miss De- entown, and his Ocala friends sympathize Come after tea and see Santa Clause, Make

grinding cane, and are sowing oats.A Long were treated in a most royal with him in his bereavement.

few of our young folks met at manner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
No Case of Pneumonia on Record. your selection and let us them
Mm. M. C. Gray's last week and enJoyed George H. McCullough and Mrs. put
We do not know of away
a single
] themselves singing and playingWe Holtzclaw. On arriving at Candler
where a cough or cold rasulted in Deliver
are having a little cooler they were invited to the home of the when
pneumonia or consumption when Fo- you say
weather. former and were shown through Mr. ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.

Mr. Willielathon and Miss Maggie McCullough's grove. It is a magnificent It cures coughs and colds perfectly,,

Weaver, of Blitchton, attended one covering fifteen acres. so do not take chances with some unknown ----

the social at Mrs. Gray's last week. Three acres are entirely under cover preparation which may contain I
; opiates, which cause constipation THEOcala
Mr. Peacock, of Williston, the and the trees are all full of the beaui- a condition that retards recovery F PI I

editor of the Levy county Advocate, ful golden fruit, which is now being from a cold. Ask for Foley's &*

and hi. partner's daughters were i in rapidly shipped. After looking over Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute ;,, "1 >, i

our burg Wednesday.A the grove and the prettylake nearby offered. Postoffice drug store.m ffi
Costly Ails t ks. and regaling themselves with orangesthe Singer Sewing Machines and Supplies .

Blunders are sometimes very ex young people were invited indoors Since the removal of Mr. Lipscombto J

peru In. Occasionally life itself is where a lovely supper was en Gainesville, Singer sewing machines
the price of a mistake but you'll joyed. and supplies can be obtained .r t

never be wrong if you take Dr. All of the orange groves around from L. W. Jackson, salesman and

S SS Kin,', New life Pills for dyspepsia, collector, No. 2S4 Ocldawaha avenue,
this pretty little town are looking ;
dizziness, headache, liver or bowel' Ocala. 11.111mfOLFiiORnh o Bazaar ;
trouble. They are gentle yet thor splendidly land are an excellent reminder ,

ough. 2Sc. at Tydinga & Co'eore. drug of orange days "before the TAR ... .
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SICK JUROR STOPSPATTERSON f tJ ate \1t na1. :+' ,4,4.... .*.++.*..e .4

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TeniL, Nov. 28. This Is a TRIAL I. ATTORXEYATLAW.lOSce f
_ memorable day in the history of Cumberland
I ( in Gary-Afjnew I
River valley for the reason Block4OCALA } I,

Can Gturdtd By Troops of the \; that locks 1 and A, the first 2 miles Both Sides Ire Getting Their I --. FLORIDA. \ -I solicit the business of responsibly( eon-

Sixteenth blow Nashville, and the other 4: H} D FCLLER. *L. F.BLALOCK.DDS.

Infantry. mile further down the"river, have Evidence In Shape. DENTIST.- AsMsiaut concerns and individuals, assuring: tb *m '

been completed and were' today thrown
Over Munroe &Chambli..s Rank.Ocala Fla that every reasonable aceommg4dHii k
WIU. WNO ONLY ONE DAY open to the public.
I The ceremonies at Lock No. 1 were J It. THOMPsOX theirs to command. >-

n.1 .,4444. Tea AfHvtd Without a the principal exercises of the day be-I I -
t I San at 10:15 dock. Addresses were While the prisoner and Witnesses PHYSILUN AND SCRGEON. Come in and talk it over with ag.i' .
Mi1i4a, 14 President ReoMvttt and Office uvtr Te-ot Grocery.Opp. Montezuica.
delivered at that leek by Hon. iL T. I Were Quietly SpenCing: the Thanks. OCALA. FLA.

Panp WIN Malta a Hurried Trip of Bryan, president of the Cumberland giving Holiday the Attorneys Were SPEXOER. i' COMMERCIAL BANK j jI

.+ at t te Great tapotition. river commission; Major H. C. Newcomer { rpWDf .
Busy Hunting Testimony.New I
who officially opened the lock, j. ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, OCALA FLORIDA.
S} iM *, Nwr >ft-P.sile.t's qty ana by Senator William B. Bate SeTh p ,
York Nov. 28.-After a respiteof OCALA. 7-5-v. FLORIDA
as !I twIWIM Paw ue *irlttaD ator EL W. Cannack, >vernar Jame. \ two days on account ot the Thanksgiving t 'S: H. BLITCH, MANAGES. A. MARSH, A&ft". M...... *
-;*...* wttb a tfcM ft? to* a INi.1K B. Frazier and others.. J.Eo CHASE. .
I holiday the trial of Nan Pat .*..+*.***..-- --- 4*..
.'!;. t .rf Nr tfMMrt. fcufatu to The exercises were concluded about I terson for the murder of Caesar Young DENTIST,

rid fe.. h I .1..t! tfHaf ttWW* Jl tilt 11 O'clock, when the journey to Lock j was continued today in the criminal OCALA FL flt

1St' Rhea ***iJMr tor *ffa, out A commenced. At Ashland City j branch of the supreme court. Although
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.'. ..a.+N ..siitttl. wfcatmtgry "
aet. e tiro.a A and Lock No. 1. the boats will land j gave themselves over to com ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

<...- ,,. Mtt\if. r es. .ay a etI'I8PNo and will be boarded by delegationsfrom plete rest during the interval afforded Room 4Ma"t4l Building i WEEATMEAT

........ .a ( tR >If"'leet esfWtUou that place and Sycamore. Ail! by the recess, the attorneys in the I; .

-e ..... ill 1M wat ... Ashland City will l be put aboard a case took advantage of the intermission -
+ i h-NMet sw.-u wu: large of contributed Jerry Burnett !as :
supply barbecue ;, in an entirely different way. All : goo rueat we may a> ...
...... >.'sIad by tie ..zpt44tlonsidtrtltsrtt by the citizens '! I tail
<3 it
mttt ..., 9 e'tIIiook. the more. i bringing closer together the material iaIS! 1 ,,. rh alone. Tbwei i. oo rtflHj

IM-.. ,wa ........+d bang beforebad The boats will arrive at Lock A-! points upon which depends the successor Merchant ti in tough nte.t-Iuetradelglh

,Ut ast tt'le teaiiaai Ikea tot about 3:30 o'clock, where ceremonies failure of. their case. I iS fug it take trnih Ie drCHI

{ m tt rd.t telr tx...,.4'4 tee tfl< .f to
.ttMe :.a ap;=.e... r tte ex- place. !' and unexpected adjournment in Tailoring.Ocala ; 3 pale h@ Ill'tlttt bt
It"'ttt.s =.. I, the Patterson murder trial which was } v tF4 buying meattur Ie get

tw p'-.n.:.:ttd (>eMtt tht uriv BAPTIST CONVENTION ADJOURNS : to have been continued in the criminal Florida. r th s h *i-tender ami ......

..?1 a lit Creels at 1 W tibl raeratagC branch of the supreme court today after Finest Imported and Pay a little more'If ami heed

--'t .a.. t-" at (f4..... .....+ was. tasked on Largely Increased. i When everything was in readiness ia Domestic Cloths. l[ J' r pot 8f1m"'hfDIID your M.& "iii

',.. ....* clerk ,11 'M Softbfft Trans Columbus. Ca., Nor. 28.-The Georgia proceed it was anounced that Juror Cutting a SpecialtyFits IHi= which will put 1t"IIb *ti M

Baptist convention came to an end :. Edward Dressler was too ill to leave Guaranteed. I ,y,: r6& bones and lrwi* blwwl HI ,...

A. late Friday afternoon, after a foul his home. There remained no alter .......... .......-....--. [
days' session, fn which Baptists inI I native but to suspend the trial for the H.I! reins

ereased largely their contributions tfl I I time being, and an adjournment was I I: It Will r H.i I EDWARDSBROS.

the causes of foreign missions and ordered by Justice Davis. .
education took under their direct Probably never before in the history I I I fi iaI I? Stall 2 rind 4 City: Market Ocala Fa."ram .

charge the Hapeville- orphange and !. of a murder trial in this city was there I Ii
i PayYou.! .'9CL! :7 L1'r''Lri" i ';iMji: ; : uG@I IgGji'i1 r;d r --u _
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agreed to spend $30,000 in improvements II i organized by the district attorneys ol

there; took high ground in condemning I New York what might well be called I ..--
the twin evils of crime and I a flying 'squadron of detectives. Assistant II. ip You have any Real Estate -- :: +

lynching and declared "undying antag: i District Attorney Rand has enlisted I. if" to sell, -
oclsm" to the whisky traffic. i I in his service county detectives, OR 11 MOMfHT.
The convention will meet next at Macon I who are stationed at the entrance ol I

on Thursday before the third Sunday the court room for no other purpose 'I' You're thinking of coming .

in November, 1905. than to accept at a moment's notice I IF to Florida for a home,' rir Have you decide! on the fetal ell f

Rev A. B. Vaughan was selected to an order to sally from the buildingand
I %, fertilizer you are going to tM$? W..
preach the next convention sermon investigate the character and OR
!I ; ; I I ;I not a question of how .*.,. tSit
Rev. L E. Roberts being the alter j jBate. standing of a new witness for the defense -

President Jackson, of Monroe j I 1 T You desire to ingest in any what kind wm n-n hm filt'
1 f kind of Florida
college announced that a south Geor |I All of the testimony thus far produced property, can be obtained. Yen aa"l''t mak a

gian had given $5,000 to that institu has been leading up to what the 4 mistake when
you use our btgfc Kftt4
tion. I prosecution declares was the motive I s

for the crime and with the beginningof I J ;: fertilizers.
l I i
} w r.r.....w+ REV. FOOTS FC;!ND GUILTY. today's session it is expected that I y Higheit cash pries paid fMtIrJ.u<
A+G..a : .Jhttlu Assistant District Attorney Rand will t

Suspended One Year From the Metho. I' begin to unfold the crucially important J. H1 LIYIHGSTON&sons t
,.. >Aoostrut. I' :
dist Conference. I feature of his case. FLflSlDA FEJIIUZER! HP8.10WUT
,....".. .. ".,. "",,, aUFT 1K.e )Marietta Ga., Nov. 28-A minimum I i :: ,
...t. tMiM es Brew. deal ; OCALA. FLORIDA. Dalnefille, Fla.Nry .
amount of words and a maximum I MAN SLAYS HIS UNCLE.
... aftw the epaiSl *rrtr"4 witktnSt. I i - .
amount of work that is of interest to
;t a r R 11 I. d t.. LMIW Terausu'1alArfi I 1
J'jaII1 every charge of the North Georgia conference I| Accusations About a Business Transaction j THE PROVED
.. having
saes .r
characterized the third sessionof ; Cause of Tragedy
sae. eettilMl 18; tM rttllt III war !otda
V the thirty-eighth annual meeting of i Charlotte, N. C., Nov. 28-As a re-
s. ... eat pew LING eau! ... Lad In BEST
the body Friday morning.a.turally I suit of a business rivalry W. R. Murray ;
ettt d Mite 'fr .tatluSsd either lid .
:\ the most interest inct !| has sr x and instantly killed his ,

44I ... dent of the day to laymen and churchmen i I uncle, J. S. :Murray at Durham N. C ,
Wb.. bit train arrte.d at rttmj destIMMrtt
who are not allied with Metho I The shooticg took place in front oij From Colorado to the Atlantic

t e" alI M. Stlt xtthOpitttty disco was the finding of the trial committee j the store el the deed man, on Main ,, Coast. From Maryland to the Gulf

I alt_ dist 1 who had in the charges against Rev. W. i street, in iLe business section of thEI of Mexico the- l/jjcj .
qtr swuuett .t. ... ell paN and R. Foote, D.D.. of Rome Ga. The I : ? icy 9t' their e'rt *31loi.t4x

as ... ... ..i,*ed to *p..oaeir withI verdict of the trial committee is as follows city.Both men had been running music 'YOUNGaMATrjIS /P Cs.-a'favt ease of ooaetip.tiw brio itF'
I* Area .rf tar tteftoairf Pullmana.f t .9ccLLJ era4e. T ka
: stores and were well known businessmen. .
: 4>..iM.......l party wu early "We, the committee of trial in tha \\". R. Murray,, who did the f-':

Mttr .* 'M>a. for fakir **r .( NeOM' case of Rev. W. R. Foote, charged with I shooting is a brother-in-law of L & i Eden and Blue GemAnd MT1

WiMiad =.<>u...., Ia .fc. party immorality, find the accused guilty and Emerson, of Baltimore Md., the well The ,!, I//,( AND t ot Ic PELLETS -

t aft Pv+nM4rnt .1........R MIL Roose recommend that he be suspended foi I.Ii known chemist. I Young & Ma'his Cantaloupes, tie only icnaiiie whirs tairt NaQte and to eat sat to bat

toek. .. l4MrIllt. Mr. aa4 Mrs.A4 the ensuing year. Early in the morning J. S. Murray Pollock and It li 1i tesv. Pcwerfal pnrattivee rtpe, pain tad Ma eaaatated
Eden Gem
..all:.. lt.ataata, f3ew wary 31rat I was preparing to ship a piano, and M 11 drag-takem. Raiccn't Rmuigkuiii&jpeailset genii m u se tAn j4j 14'1

_.. asst r* '* tIe.erM! Rlxtf, Casti TUGS GO TO THE RESCUE. accused a salesman of w. R. Murray Genuine Rocky Ford. v'; ;etam oi drag For asp by iq chaser. Io

.... UW \ ; of watching and prying into his bust I \ M "A YGnr c-uggist will tnrmab fa tins i 'Ji4f N frrowt

,.. t.'"Nt. erf tbe 8Sdik Bait American Schooner, General Whiting ness for the purpose of trying tfl FROM STANDARD MELONS. I' k

flit ....... ,'eve'T7. has JfffiISOS bar en the Rocks in Mexico. thwart the trade. Mtg. CU.
Mobile Ala. Nov. 28.-Tus boats have proven the best grown in their greater
pw4tr IIf.1 .r' ,:1. I=::44 et Cotonrtaat W. R. Murray heard that his salesman productiveness, their superior shipping I New York
!eft here today for Campeche banks t
fIlM f_ a piSNa 1ft at4ltee. pre had been so accused and, accompanied qualities aud ezqasit ctdicionsness and
ett t .ba-. rartatia& fa.... firs car. Mexico, to render assistance to th4 i by his son, Earle Murray he beauty. and GrejnevU'

rttte ..,w p,..._ P't'6" American schooner General Whitins went to the store of his uncle, which is They are STANDRDS now and bring
which a reef near the Mexican i the in an the best markets.
rat U..tq TlwtdL .f tfceor .expotMUun.a. went on about half a block from his own place highest prices

\a.. J' 1 ad Mayer RoE coast several days agoThe vesselis of business At the door he was met Carefully saved seed from melons perf-ctly lor shaped sale
and perfectly
...... earriag dismasted sails and rigging gon
;a -He 'rttpNMtill I by J. S. Murray : Full proof and particulars and prier hat
t ....... staWW caielS_ that follow and is lying on the reef but is resting i A short, bitter quarrel followed, and furnished on Peraeroil or written application

... s'. sWttd for tithar aMaiBora of the easy. She was returning from net I I J. S. Murray pulled his revolver and to C. H MATH IS, Backnlle.S C.

I- ..1'U..JAW' part. .,,.... officials maiden voyage to Mexico: with 450,006 began shooting at W. R. and Earl Or H. F.. YOUNC & CO. 308 Washington For Sale Postoffice Drug Store. -
feet of lumber. I Sl .New York City. n-25-sm by
JH( .*rt own_ NO. Anotherlie Murray .
.*ra .f .......... p1/IM rrasgbt uptb. The vessel was built especially for i r#.IIj

....... aM Ittf1)l UMek M tamenae.. this trade at a cost of $25.000, and is I I j Prostrated Before He Reached Gallows

....... I n;,..** t<, k..M pre with the one of the finest and most modern Batesville, Ark., Nov 28. Robert
ships of her class afloat The General C. I. GRACES
Data t Cansby was hanged Friday for the

{ ". r.... 4 ......'1 Ira! Whiting is insured. murder of Sheriff Jeff D. Morgan,
Successor to Central Umotr C
tbeaxte:.. *ttl> .p......S true rue th11ft" : which occurred Sept. 15, 1904, in this Dealer In

II .. .,.....!e aad k $ him Four Men Hefor Stabbing. 1 city. Causby was practically a dead

..., reepptedle. N tkar tb+rr*. As Asheville.O, Nov. 28.'our men, I man before he reached the gallows Kiln Dried
l William Johnson, Ernes Station Doc Rough and Dressed FlooringC"'g,
'a. &MI'tJ' .IJ">.H' .4 ..._ tH crowdMI and the attendingphysician thought
lifted Newman and a man who gives his and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
f'T JI f Jilt Aereewsil wpeal4ty I it would hot be possible to get him tc
1M_ to .... .. tft* rtzkt lad left name as Young, have been arrested, the place of execution with enough Manufacturer of

and are now in jail. charged with life left mto his body to extinguishwith Turned Ballusters Casings, Newels, Columns Door aid

CM\ftMtl SulcJde In Jail. being Hacknian implicated James Hewes in the on stabbing the Victoria of the noose, as he was a complete Window Frames, :MantcIs Church Seats, Pulpits Sohel

tlrtaRlaitltti, ..... Nov- .-William road late last Wednesday night wreck from nervous prostration.- .- Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am censtantfy

.1l. brw3M free n&.ffOthbur The sheriff is confident that among Gave Her Life for Others. receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities aaa

& mertbls/ wttk stem >ltW from them he has the man who did the cut.
; sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptlyMcMillan
,, Mexico: :Mo.. Nov. 28.-After hero
twee g fMM a.<'r. a farmer, com'J.11.U. ting.
Ically nursing back to health the small

atd > ta Jail at daylight on i pox-stricken family of R. S. McKinney; ___ __ __ 4
W......., K* tx>k morphIne nearNltNtalit. Two Deaths the Same Night. .
Miss :May Rutter, of this city died
*K S** rttUli called a Mclntosh: Ga.,. Nov. 28.-Mrs. Ida ,, lUR
from the disease. Miss Rutter believed
\ $..... ass! pumped it out FallsMm.HoI Smith wife of the late Olin Smith : aDR 35PF,1P
herself immune from the disease but ID ya BrosSouthern
to teatot be would take his died in Hinesville Wednesday night ,
t four days ago the heroic girl developed
PhilfMJ4 -
fly ere to e' Sheriff She was a lady of fine Christian character
of the disease, and although
Is ****! all night! but Just and leaves a large family het i symptoms
whom het
at .,.rMk away. to get the oldest son being connected with, the I f there example were inspired manpersons with, the abandonment Copper Works
breskhst and was only ab- Savannah postoffice.! At 9 o'clock oc.
of self-sacrifice and who wen
and on his return he the death of her brother. Glen !
eulot tea ntetttn cured ; present at her side to nurse her she Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
>t Qft4 Pas ,..daZ dead In his celL flT. Farmer.,deputy sheriff! of the coun I did not. rally from the attack.

ty. I I and General Metal Workers.Old
Wit Return Forger to Amenca.Lao4ea. : --- :e .

No 11-William Wallace Killed In Cane Mill Cogs Killed Over Division of Crop.

arrested In Liverpiiei Valdosta, Ga., Nov. 28.-J. L Yates, Covington, Ga.., Nov. 28.-W. J.
alias Jansw WUttOft.
Blankenship an aged white man of
with forging farmer of the Nankin .
r Nor 24. charted a prominent Oak Hill 12 miles west of Covington, Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
of $30 of Brooks county died
) twk wrtiflcatw to the value neighborhood : was shot and killed by J. A. Scott, a< through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
banker the result of an accident
m from Bsiwani Breitan. a Thursday as about wealthy bachelor farmer of that com wire,wfll receive prompt attention at either of the

of Marqu rtU. Mlcb. was remanded at which occurred to him a week I munity. Blankenship rents land from fbflrwing works '-. .. -
to await was caught in his .fan mill I
Uw street poUw court today ago. Scott and it is reported that the two
His attoraJ4 making strep and his body was' .
t.U&ntnl of witaewe while
have had difficulties recently over
*#? Wallace was anxious to re- thrown down into the cogs of the mill!L putters pertaining": tie. division of w.l FAYEHciflLLE, N. C.' SAVANNAH A.
earll- collar bone and lacer Chas. E. Blum & Co.,.511 and 519f
ttInI tot the United States at the breIJdIlthe 1 Blankenship's crop. J JACKS.iVlLLE. FLA (fOIILE ALA
-4 poq1tale uan neat. I aUnr the upper partof his body. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla ,

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..r i NEW YORK BROKERS' COUNTERFEITERS SENTENCED.Men r .1(:. ':_ :' ..,.... .;' .

Found Guilty of Making Money 5KFUoisEASES solid f
W have Just received a car 0II
GO TO THE WALLOne Go to Federal Prison.

Atlanta, Nov. 28. The men recently .

convicted of counterfeiting 21.t the recent I

term of the United States court, I
of the Oldest Brokerage and over whose trial and that of C. I -
Altoona, ija., June 2L-, i9U3. d
Firms In Gotham Assigns A. Manston, who was found not guilty i I was afflicted with Tetter in bad shapeIt Rust Proof Oats

there was such a great, were would appear in blotches as krjre as m\

. sentenced Saturday mornng by Judge hand, a jehowish color, and stile off
; HEAVY LOSSES CAUSE FAILURE Newman You can imagine how offensive it was ,
For twelve I was afflicted with this -
years et
P. S. Coffee, guilty of two years In
trouble. At night it wns a case of scratch
Customers Become Frightened and each case and z wrei to u une I t '
p./ and many times no rest at all. Seeing the .
Precipitate a Run When News of a of $500 in each case.J. good the medicine was doing a friend II FROM f
N. Little, who pleaded guilty In who was taking it for Eczema, I com- "
Previous Falluer Was Announced. menced it,and result the be
three .cases, was sentenced to four as eruption \ .
Other Firm to Resume Next Week. years and two days, and ordered to paya gan to dry up and disappear, and today .
I am practically a well-man. Only two
Herr York, Nov. 28.-Jacob Berry fine of $1,000.Clarence tiny spots are left on the elbow and shin, .TE X-AS.

end Harold L. Bennett, comprising W. Rebb, found guilty, was where once the whole body was affected. \ .
sentenced to pay a $500 and serve [ have every confidence in the medicine
the firm t4 Jacob Berry & Co., members .
three years in the federal prison. He and feel sure that in a short time these
of the Consolidated Stock exchange two remaining spots will disappear.
was convicted of printing and
today made an assignment for passing I S. S. S. is certainly a great blood purifier t
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U* benefit of creditors to Ashbel P. counterfeit money. : and has done ne a world of good. -' -- -" \-" :;".'. .
FUn. The liabilities are stimated 0. L. McMichael guilty of passing I am grateful for what it has accomplished .
counterfeit money, was sentence to and trust that what I have said
at fJWXKW, while tie nominal assets
will lead others who afflict
two years and ordered to pay a fine similarly
art placed! at from $150,000 to $200 ed to take the remedy and obtain the
Of $500. of the most reputftbl e
000. The firm was one of the oldest same good results that I have. These Oats were received from one
brokerage concerns In the The arrest and conviction of these 125 East Fifth Ave. JOHN F. LEAR.
city havingbeen
published In 1SG5. It had memo men created a great sensation In Atlanta growers in the section of Texas most noted for its superior
The very boldness of their While washes,soaps, salves and powder
brWp oa the Consolidated Stock ex- crime and the locating of their plantin relieve temporarily, they do not reach the quality of seed oats. We' have exercised every possible care
change the New York Produce exchange real cause of the disease. The blood must
a prominent printing office was one
and the Philadelphia Stock ex. be purified before the cure is permanent.
change. It dealt in stocks, bond, of the most sensational counterfeitingcases S.S.S.contains no yjotash,arsenic or mineral in buying our seed oats, having sought not the cheapest, butTHE

_ grain and cotton ever known in the south. of any description, but is guaranteed

The firm Is said to have had more purely vegetable.
Send for our book
Duchess Death.
than 1,100 customers and to have had Narrowly Escapes on the skin and its
I London, Nov 28.-The dowager -
:s out of town offices. : diseases which is BEST
duchess of Manchester, Consuelo Yzna-
Roger Foster, counsel for the firm, mailed free. Our ,
laid: ga, had a narrow escape from asphyxiation S S physicians will

'' today. She awoke In-her housein ; cheerfully advise
There were many bad accounts of Portman square to find her bedroom without charge it
customer It was impossible to meet who write
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full of smoke. She ran out any
j the routine business expenses without about their case. We know personally a number 01 Farmers wiio hf va
and aroused the servants who called
reporting to trading. Lately the firm's The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga
commitments the fire brigade. After some difficulty planted seed irom the same source for a number of
have been upon the latter --- -- years
the fire, which was located on the
tide. Hampered by previous lossesIt
became Impossible to reverse this floor beneath the duchess' bedroom, fruit Trees aid and all, without exception pronounce them of superior
was found to be due to the overheating
position I and the result is this out. .
of a beam and was quickly putout r quality.
tome The duchess was none the worse Ornaneitas) ) .
The Berry assignment it was said! :
j for her etperier! ce.
rn Wall street was due to what might I Are :you going to plant any trees or

be called a "run" which is being ornamentals this seasonotv is the i
i Fatal Hydrophobia from Hog.
made by customers on a number of the I Mobile Nov. 2S.-Simon Eearly a time to do it. Write us about your Free From Johijsoi Grass.
big Consolidated Exchange houses. )
farmer, died in the city hospital, the wants-we offer the following:
This was due to the fact that the cus- ; .
I Orange sue Grapefruit'1'rcew,
result of being bitten In the. hand' bya
tomes became frightened when the
hog. The animal a few days after over three hundred thousand of
failure of Alfred M Lamar
WU an-
died from hydrophobia which it communicated them, on sour orange, rough lemon

...counted" last Monday. f to Early. He suffered and citrus trifoliata stockf, all the Or other objectionable seeds likely to be found in Oats bought witbiut prtpir M1+ "

eight days and died In great agony. most valuble varieties.
Another Firm Falls. 1 .I'eaeh Trees .
-TAVO hundred thous-

New York Nov. :S-A line of stocks ,. NEWS T, "s.TOLD.. sand-mostly Florida varieties, as -

*4 on the Consolidated Exchange for fine trees as we ever grew. A TO BE HAD AT THE. r

trading under the rule and the suspen.tion The Georgia conference of the A. M'I heavy demand for them, better get

of the firm was announced'on the E. church is in session at your order in at once. /

mhacge. L H. Berger & Co. had a Ga. I Budded Iltt.asWe haven't
membership in the Consolidated heretofore been able to grow suf-
ex. Charles Nelan, the well known New
ficient to the demand but
change, the firm having been formed York cartoonist, is dying with con. have a nice supply lot this winter. i

la IS SO. The firm hopes to straighten sumption at Cave Springs, Ga. IIo-i** and OrmUlIt'ulal.-Over

cut iU trouble and resume business President Pollock, of Mercer college fifty thousand fine field grown, OCAlA SEED STORER
next weekPRISONERS. grafted roses. One hundred and
T has been granted a leave of absence ( twenty six varieties selected espec- ,

for one year by the Baptist convene ially for southern planting. Also a

TAKE FRENCH LEAVE tion. i fine lot of ornamental shrubs, hedge ,, ...
and shade <-'S'-r.i "-:, ,' '.* t -$ _. ., -
Governor Terrell and party have returned plants trees.ur $a ._ ... 'It. -. ... ,.__ ,- < _. _.. _
Escape from the Emanuel County Jail j o 1905; Catalog; gives descrip- '"
from Wisconsin, where they ---- ---- .
Shortly After Sundown. tions and prices of these and many ----- ....- - -- -- -
Swainsboro Ga., Nov. .-One of were the guest of the university' of that i more trees and plants, and contains :;; --- - -
state. valuable cultural information. Write --- L -- r' ..
the blgest Jail deliveries in the historyof for
a copy
EmAnuel county occurred ThursdayS The Nashville chamber of commerce

nightEd has invited President Roosevelt LEN
to visit Nashville when he comes
Spivey murder
already un
der life sentence and held pending :anew south. I G. L. TABER, PROP.

trial: W. E. DsLoadi, for cheatIng B. Embry, a well known citizen ol Box 31. Glen Saint, Mary, fla. I '

and swindling; Bob Patterson, for Anniston, Ala, was run bVer Friday --.- --- --- -.

chbiting and swindling, escaped sometime night and killed by a freight train in tin VER alia MAC&Ar Cold

between sundown and 7 o'clock. that city j

a The escape was effected by the pris A company has been formed with i :i. ::,_ _. ; :

oners working their way through the $2,000,000 capital to constuct an plea | ;z .-:...;".-4''':'': .- -;:- ,; .-_-9 ,, :, ".
concrete floor and into one of the trio railway between Atlanta and .. "' ,:';'". ..:' -
CUeused for heating and ventilating Greenville, S. C. Ii ". _!6t f.a! ,,_ f i'1....}....... i

purposes and out into the jail yard. The Clinton, S.' C., orphans' home I "

After reaching the yard they climbeda has been destroyed by fire. The same FUNERALDIRECTORS. ; .
fence 15 feet high, it being built of I StorageI
institution was partly destroyed by :
lumber with the cleats the ;
nailed on fire a few weeks ago. :i
Inside. I .
", The United States cruisers Olympia I --
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Cleveland and DesMoines have arrived :Have a full stock of com us. Cat-kets

NEW COTTON PICKER/ FAILED. : 3ti Gbraltar.: They will s;il next I i and Burial Outfit, Spicial given to I .,. = '

weeK for the Barbadoes. j Burial Services
Theodore H. Price, cf New York, Tried i "
Another Experiment. The Metropolitan of St. Petersburg, Embalming to Order OL..M eats
has conferred a gold cross upon Rob- ; ,
Wilmington, N. C., Nov. .-The re- .
ert Joseph Morgan, the American negro ,
cent visit to Charlotte, N. C., of Theodore 1
bishop, who has been visiting Moscow DR. COOICON i
H. Price the New York cotton I -
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speculator, was for the purpose of testIng '
a new cotton-picking machine. j Miss Nellie Burke, of Chicago, has
Mr. Price. Dr. A. A. Hammershlag, : been awarded $5,000 damages in a BLADDER-TROUBLES j' AVe beg to announce that we are now ready to cure and alert .1M0I fur tile

president of the Carnegie Manual breach of promise suit against John Bladder troubles make life public. We have a modern, improved and up-to-date
miserable to ; plant, wfito itt tftte Rlilf
Training school in Plttsburg. and Sprong, a prominent business man of
severa '' those who suffer from them, and unless ideas in equipment and in
New Orleans : machinery, charge of a thorough and
other visitors drove to a cotton they are promptly overcome atplret''I...l.
they are certain
field near the city and put their ma. :Mrs. H. N. Vandusen, of St. Louis, to cause serious conditions. Inflammation enineer. Our Cold Storage' Department will be superintended by

chine to work. The experiment i? 1 a bride of five days, had a grain ol
of the bladder ia
raid to have been a failure, and the rice removed" from her ear. She had becoming more I

party returned to Charlotte crestfallen.Mr. j suffered agonies since the day after and more common and when neglected it flR. ROBERT KAISER

Price has met with several fail 1! her wedding. develops ulceration and this may be followed .
by perforation and death.The irritable >
ures in attempts to construct a practical i The steamer W. C. Bradley has arrived : i
machine for picking cotton. His i at Columbus, Ga., from the condition that demands frequent I who l has had long experience iu the business in Cincinnati and Attend( MIl for

latest machine is operated by electric f gull coast. This is the first eteemei I evacuation during the night as well aa day the past two seasons in Ocala. We can guarantee that it is
ty. I 1 time,b a source of great mortification and
: to reach that city in three months on
-- discomcomfort I ( to old and .
account young.Dr.
of low water.
; I Cook, of Chicago, an authority -
Double on
Tragedy Through Jealousy.
Mrs. :Mary B. Wilks, the oldest 1E' ; I
d Birmingham, Ala., Nov. .Mrs. tress In the country, died today in. the j kidney and bladder troubles, says:

g John Kyser shot and mortally Prince of Peace hospital in Phlla.del.I "It is impossible to find a single agent No Guess WorkUS
I that is for this class of
Miss Nellie a specific troubles,
Edwards her homein
at phla at.the age of S3 years. She retired ,
Woodlawn a suburb of Birmingham, from the stage many yean ago, because there are so many different structures ,

and while on a street car enroute to and had since resided In this city. Involved In the organs. However, I ,' ';
the city shot and instantly killed her. I we are able to combine the best known "
Messrs. Oliver and StancHfTe, Bagj j H .,
self. Both Mrs. 1 I remedies and obtain -
Kyser and Miss Edwards lish cotton experts, have arrived at most excellent re With :

are well known, and the affair Kingston, Jamaica, from BarbaOoes, to t I I aults. The preparation known as FOLET'S ,

has caused a sensation. It appears give advice to Jamaica planters of cotton KIDNEY CURB: Is an ideal combination ,

that Mrs. Kyser was jealous of her growing. They were sent here I use it exenslvely in my practice and find .

husband, who, it Is alleged, was formerly by the British Cotton Growing associ it can be employed successfully In every .

engaged to Miss Edwards. ation. form of kidney and bladder trouble. And we assure you that you will be treated with fairness and ;
<**iriy. \t'
1 A. Hart McKee of Pittbur& con ot Kroerey CCBB Is an honest guarantee satisfaction and solicit ;
Secretary Hester's Report Ready. your patronage
H. Sellers McKee, the millionaire man. preparation. It Is not a decoction of some

New Orleans, Nov. 28. The annual t ufacturer, has returned from Europe :1 hitherto unknown root or herb claimed to

report of Secretary Hester for the { Issued an emphatic denial of recent '1 be' a cure-alL Common eense tells us 1

New Orleans Cotton exchange, will ba reports that he was engaged to I'I'and 1 1 that such preparations have but little If

Issued on Monday Among other marry Mrs. Hugh Tens, daughter of j i I 1i i any value. FOLET'S KIDNEY CCBB contains OCALA ICE S PACKING CO. :

things It will show that $58,000,000 has the late Governor Baxter, of Colorado.I' all the best known agents used by i

passed through the exchange duringthe :kidney and bladder specialists combinedin
The supreme court of Alabama has
past in connection with cotton Meffert &
stricken from the record of Impeach- a manner that renders them moat effective Taylor
futures. Those figures do not
ment proceedings brought against I and pleasant to take. In even the most 4 y I:

represent all of _the tranactions of Sheriff Rogers of Madison county, Alabama J hopeless cases its use gives relief and l PHONE Ocala Florida s
the exchange but they give an Idea ;
with when taken in time cannot but .
charged neglect of duty help cure cl
of the magnitude of the 'business It We would be glad to have the public call
las done. j in. allowing the negro Horace Naoles 1 I It every form of kidney or bladder trouble. l I and inspect our plant when in our city. _-
be hanged by a mob at Huntsville.
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FLORIDA GOOD BETTER BEST! pans in summer and is marketed I To the Bright Girls of the Country .. NOTICE.

when peaches, pears, plums, grapes, The expenses for one year at a MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S CLOTHING
la the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judidat Circu't
melons, and every other kind of fruit leading southern college will be pcid 0' I of Fionas, Manors County, in Clunmy
What a Floridian thinks of the Great z.. H William
is Their navals in for A.Green Complainant Teni Itrr/
plentiful. come a bright, worthy girl of Marion
West-Can't Compare with :t ._'. ., -._. Green et aL Defendant.
competition with the superior Florida county Fla., who will secure for 'me o v IT IS ORDERED T\UT TUB DRFEXdanu .

Florida orange. one hundred and fifteen subscribersto ..I. D herein Ham Green Theodore Green.
o I z Mary Green-Dam. Frederick Green. Melrla R.
Te the Editor of the Ocala Banner. All California fruit is book ;Ie Hodgdon. Louts Ha-Icdos. Walter Hw1f4ea.
"Lee and
pleasing to at
my Longstreet : I John A 1100(d011. Persia Clark. Ellen Maftf
Business compelled me to go to the and disappointing to the High Tide." The yi and her husband Harry tdftr.C.tie
eye college expenses Smiley and her
hlabau<1. Joseph saa..

New Mexico. I found that I could taste. After you eat one you don't include board, books, tuition, laundryand BOSTON .STORE.l gone Manila; W. Richard Richards Aliie IIIIItr Mullen biubaad.and her ""tobaud EIfa.

i Chaa. H, Mullen, and Frank II Greea.
buy a ticket to California, eight,hun- want any more. I am sure that any incidentals.For Z be and thry are hereby ordered to appear U the

dred miles further and who the Q '' rU bill of complaint in this rau eon or U fere
save thirty experienced orange grower sees double purpose of giving 0
Monday, the
I ftk diy Drvrinirr..4.. D..;.
dollar, and all it allowed me to stop California will return to Florida bet- the people the truth of our civil war -Z I liW It b farther ordered that a cesytf UU or
I der be publuhed once a week for for
la St. Louis and other points, of courset ter satisfied than he ever was before. I history, and of extending a helping Z tire week in the Ocala Banner. CWMVC
D Done ibis rtih day ol
October. A. D. IM*
I bought it. The same low rate car- California is the best advertised I hand to the struggling, ambitious -- A. T. SMTfctrxlC' .
I Clerk CircuitComl.Nari., C.I". inti. .
ried hundreds of other men to Cali- state in the world. Millions of eastern girls of the country, I am pleased to L. Anderson Comp iaut"*&hett e. u*'

fornia. capital has been invested there, andit place a year at college within reachof o For the past three months arn "

After I had spent a week at the is this money that built the"magnificent a girl of this county who desiresan 2o:I: We have been telling you ;;; NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE

Fair! looking at the beautiful grounds, city of Los Angeles, with education earnestly enough to exert C VOTICK IS HEREBY CIVKX THAT QrX

building and wonderful exhibits, Imet electric cars running out into the herself a little. Should the girl 3 o All about our line of .. Dz to.L*the the county nth day judge of of March basins. tyg.county.I WiU Fft ae H .

mires in availing herself of this C for final KtUement and discharge at tk aministratnz <
an old Kansas farmer and asked country for thirty or more opportunity to Qo of the estate of Julia p. J"'u.Ht.'

him what he thought of it. His reply every direction, connecting hundreds prove particularly deserving I pledge Ladies' dtc'eakd.Done: this the tth day or October taM.

watt "Well, I've spent some time of beautiful towns; but a very small I I myself to the endeavor to open the and Children'sWearing In 31615 )lr.. F.ddmisi.Irs A. HOIII(.tit.

and money here and have come to per cent of the money that built way for her to complete the college z r
the conclusion that this show is intended them was made in California-it all course.'. 0 NOTICE

for very rich people and fools, came from the east. The girl who is interested- in this (0U i In the Circuit Court. of the Fifth Judicial Or>
CUlt of Florida. in and
Marion .
and I am going home." It used to be said that Floridians offer should communicate with meat 5 Apparel In Chancery Cttaaty.

G.S. Scott,as Receiver.etc. Complainant. .
lived on cat fish in summer and sick once- and her communication '
1 walked on thinking of the old C.y.McCoy and Mamie E. McCoy, Defendants.TT .
yankees in winter, but it can truth- I j should be accompanied by the en-
farmer' remarks and came to the o And are in hopes that by this IS ORDERED THAT THR DEFENDANT
dorsement of her school 3 herein named? Co v- McCoy aid Manila
fully be said that Californians live on county com- z v
McCoy,be and
conclusion that he was not as big a they are hereby requited t*
yankees all the year round, and when- ;a missioner, the, editor of this paper I Time you have learned what z1t or appear before to the> billf complaint>a this canM oa
fool as one might suppose, for whena C
ever the crop yankees fail the drop and the teacher of the last school she O Muncla tile tml day January. .{. D, s....
farmer looks at the hundreds cf e carry in these lines. Z It U further ordered that a copy ut this
will come; but these capitalists will attended.I o be published once a week for tilbt tlaueeisHrt
improved farming machinery with weeks in theOcala Banner.
not be caught. under it. They know would be glad to communicatewith 'u) Cm pone thisthe ith day c>Oct A.D. ..g.
no to he will >
money purchase, 0 l Isu1.) S.T. SISTKUaL
the value of printer's ink and low every ambitious girl in this Clerk cireirt Curt
not be better pleased with his old gl I R. L.Anderson and Wm. Mocker
,A transportation too well and other eounty who is struggling to educate NA 10 a1 fcw Complainant Se1i.ftta..
plows and harrows at home, and when Q
men, with more money than brains, her&elf..MRS.. JAMES LONGSTREET, Z It
a lady looks at dresses that cost a Do You Know Tljaf Is NOTICE

will then own these orange groves Gainesville, Ga. N
thousand dollars each, and rugs, car- --
and be left to hold the bag. z
|*U. silver and cut glass that cost a "Lee and Longstreet at High Tide." U z In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial CfcKtffeol thing I saw in California Florida, in and for,.
fortune, the will be no better pleased The people of this country will be G.5. Scott.aa Receiver, etc., CCm &aiaa.10. .. ...

with! the tin pans and cook pots at was the beautiful patches alfalfa. refused to be prejudiced against Mrs. Only Tfyree Weeks Till 1 : \\' .?en<31etoo and ZcrauU;C. rcu I1cWs.

From Kansas to California,whereever { Defendant.
home; and when one sees Victoria's Longstreet's book on the life of the o VT IS ORDERED THAT THB DKFKUSW
there was water, alfalfa flourished. I z m ,L' herein named. Wm Fendleton and
presents of gold, silver, diamonds and "War Horse" of the confederacy, bya I -X z C. Pendleton be and they are hereby reqntrfd
have some of the seed and will givet N to appear to the bill of complaint la thta ease
thousands of other precious stones suggestion that it is written in a h on or before

for all of which the old lady had no a thorough trial in Florida.All spirit of friendliness to the north. o Christmas t ? D Mowliv the i*f guy of oJanuary. A*;&

through Texas, Indian territory, It I.further ordered that a copy or this"f'
earthly use, the force and truth of Mrs. Longstreet was born in the be published once a week for eight C9 ae t r
Ocklahoma and Kansas, I saw hun- m weeks the Ocala Banner.
the scripture: "For he that hath, to American union after the confederate too 0 Done this the iHh day of October.. D, 14.S .
dreds and hundreds of acres of sorg- T. SJSTIIV\1t.
him shall be given, and he that hath struggle had become the "lost Now is the time to prepare for the cold weather < Clerk Circuit Oaststt'
hum being cut and shocked like corn.I Q R.I,.Anderson and\'. Hucker: ,
not shall be taken even that which he cause" of American hi torr. She z Solicitor lot Com pl.iuDI. wnNOTIC6.
was informed that it made the best < that is sure to accompany itOur stock is here in g
bath," but the only way to make us evidently has never known what it

progm U first to make us dissatisfied feed for cattle and horses all through was to hate anything American. It (0z full trim, and the prices are the lowest. g -.-

with what we have. the winter.If was high patriotism worthy of the air z Of Application for Tax Deed Vr der KttWn f ot

it to grow sorghum on land For those who may not know: o Chapter 488. Law of Florida.
of that
opening days a new century,
When one rises to the top of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT !
that makes forty bushels of corn to of the purchaser of alt :5lr.
Ferris wheel at night and gets a full prompted a :young woman new '" I No. tovi, dated the ad day if Nor, A.
the acre, why won't it pay in Florida south to invite a valorous union officer ; o 3 has filed Mid certificate in my office! an4 bt
View of the cascade and magnificent I z made application for tai deed to l IMlit la a.ft !.
I.ulit'II'TuilOl'etl! SmN. Ladle" Wutets.We m with
law Said
it to
where grows perfection. to write the introduction to the : Z ance ccruacale embracv wt
with tower I followIng dead abed propel tjr situated InMAtMlcoufity.
buildings, every sable, I I tried some on my farm several of dead adversary. I You will find here the offer the most cornfn Florida town.
cornice and windows lit with million biography a O 16 ij chains square in the I up hard largest line of Ladies'suits line of waists in >
dried out that ptete northeast of .
years ago but it so The of General Sickles quarter northeast an t MV
of various colored electric lights, opening words IU iu Central Florida. this section. Any kind z tion s,towu.h>p 15.range Ji
I o .
no stock wculd eat it. I now thinkif ** The Mid kind ltng u* **e4 at the date it
he won Jem If the streets of the New I i introduction to Lee and Long- U) \Ve have them in the latof goods can be found in m' thetssu.rnceof such certificate to la*' rem ,.
it sere planted to ripen late in the > party unknown ('nlessssutcerti/ask ahal! t*
Jerusalem be beautiful but street ac High Tide" happily silenceall o est effects of Mannish our store-flannels, bril- -< redeemed according to Uw t deed alII u.&AI
can more ; fall it would not become dry and m mixed tweeds in all colors liantines, peau de soie, thereon ou the $d dy of J.i.uary. At) I.">
criticism.s.. Witness my otfccial..(..'.,*.m4 M | t hie (>."
lie I Harris hai given the Banner a
Q and sizes. Remember taffeta silk and China COo
liard. It also occurs to me that our "If it be that I should COo joth day of November A. u.psi.
better description of the big fair than thought z they are made by men. silk all assorted colors. s. T t"Wra"NI .
experiment station might help us a 1 I in Clerk Cn-uit Court Maria*c..t1I'.t./
write a preface to the memoir of a It would take too much
.. I can write, *o I will go on west. II (1) --- -- ---'- -
I" Peau desorted sole in
little on these lines; but it will con- conspicuous adversary, I reply that z space to explain about as- z
N. M. is i beautiful shades NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Albuqunuie, a S3.75
LJ z
sume too much space if I get on that is its J : the different kinds.
the civil war only a ,
I'.ty with all modern improvementsand memory Crepe,de shine . 2.75 o
subject. asperities are forgotten, both armif The prices are 7.50 All wool flannel. 2.00 YTNDER AND B"tUUK ox A CKRIAIN
U .
hundreds of new buildings going decree rendered by the owWt W
In conclusion I can emphaticallysay wero American, old army friendship* to . . . 820.00 Assorted materials bullock judge the lirmit watt .f tied 'n.
Mr. J. M. Barco gave me a letter judicial citcuit of Florida, lima, in ata..,.gt
uj traveled and A nice suit for. .610.00 50c to 3.00 3
: that the further I have been renewed, and ,nV army O lor Manon county tn a curtate cause pr.....
to Mr. J. A. Dye, who once had a 'liked Z m therein wherein Tampa nu.Wef and is.etl-
the more I saw the better I friendships have been formed among i z meat Company complainant M wf| w.
aw mill near Blitchton in this coun. 0 Teague and other are defendant. salt
Florida. ALFRED AVER. the combatants, the truth of historyis I- I rendered on the sand clay of November, aasjL t
tJ. lie wade a fortune out there and : _o i I Ladies' Skirts. L telie Jackets. D will offer for ark to the highest and bat tHf
I due to all of us and the amenities : Our line consists of z for cash at public outcry before the mart*..*.
and now own bank blocks and every I Flagler will build his railroad to : u D dooanouth) in Ocala Marlon cwHrty. rttffa,
of chivalrous manhood are cherished about 1000 skirts of the between the Icjal hours of salt M chi Mat
other kind of property; he treated me Key West. It is a stupendous under I' too latest made of We have them in long O O Monday in January, lyoj to-wil.
alike by the north and south when I styles, { Jauuarji ,"". 1M.
like a brother, and his influence was taking, but the Alladin of the east o Mannish mixtures, brit I ones and short ones; fn, The following described teal pmptily ta Ma 4.

worth more to me than money. Mr. coast does some very marvelous justice to either is involved. Q liantines, serges, worst- I made of broadcloths, n ion Lot count i, a... and I-u WU oi. ....... W Ytf.* ,

who things. Sickles is one of the most famous Z i I eds and ladies' cloth. I covert cloths, zebelines b resurvey of lute N. 99 aDd 6e, CaUwtflS add..
Introduced me to a man <
Dye Lion to ixala according to plat ttmttm ti tht
of the surviving union officers of the (0 I Also nice line of dress I and all grades of Mannish -I clerk'somce/ for Marion county, ,!.nk.
owns fclxty thousand sheep and no civil war. Ho has been prominentin Z I skirts made of taffeta ''I mixtures. You can = said much decree thereof and s owta may, be ntciaanty ti Mlttly

crop can Iw grown in New Mexico MEAT Ul silk, peau de soie and find them for the entire z H. )l HAMfK'Kia
democratic in New York ; o
extent on Irrigated lands. Alfalfa politics : I' 'satins.. Large assortment I family in all sizes and i 6prc4aliTarfffJ a OaIKu,

since the war, and has suffered muchin E'I'I of walking skirts shades.

grove to |*TfwtIon, six tons per acre OS COL1 S'l'on\u consequence. I i in new mixtures. I. NOTICE,

U eon.idered a fair crop and it is the o Prices .$2.50 to $20.00 3
that the i fckirt for dress 2.50
We desire :> announce The south will not fall out with z m To AH PH..IIW..t'f
flnet forage crop in the world. cold department for the curing II : to 815.00 'I z ,
storage worth
i A nice
Mrs. Longstreet for defending the E one, UK UNDliltSHlNII GVAiWI4N i. tBy \ A
to California we of meat for Owner!* is now t. I 'I Skirt for street $1.50to I J K icU: I l..-p an4 II"y ake1, vas
'" From New Mexico great name she bears, now that the I : to 60.50 I :$;7.5 0 for. . .""tJ.00 nova, will at J .dack p H o.

lr ivrltnl for hundreds of miles over a \ I I i I II Z rsisy,tits j.4* Htlfl/lJIr.cfttl.., '-I
open.We are the Cold Storage Pionecrs stout warrior is dead and cannot an- 11-I 0 pets iwa, apply to ties H....- ..... .1>
!barren. llilselatecountry. In Arizona the Judge of M rts* coasts, Vtnrtd, .t tit*utr .1
Florida have flDon't
of given swer his accusers; a magnanimous .
the court hocwe I*lax ells !UcaU hi tH f.r
lhrw Iii every' indication that at some of meats the closest study for too aulhorit0 sell M attar' isle sR >hr i..'"
curing people will honor her for it.-Exchange' g Forget That We Sell the title and irterrM UM aastf aaiaMr cHiM.n .tt-v
i.whtttMfo ae there was certainly years, and our uniform past successis he a.!let,..t law*l Or ry mr|. .1..,....,"+
__ Q in and to the Ma.(ns.4..crthaj iamci a aMarion .t. 'I'
to the old town" for the the very best evidence of our
hot time Z Best Shoes Made. g county. PljtfcH la wit ,
to serve When therefore Be Quick. The north a t yxnat., Mctte aye > < r; .
ability you. <
vt-ry roeks were melted. ; north hall of :k aMUhfuai .Mr,*t ..,<( (."
we announce ICeady, we want Not a minute should be lost when a g north half ol tMlawtal |Mrtct ..! .nl .
Th. FftttrtKLd winds about through toLI Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction, or we five (5)) a.4 the.o U M .ataaator t ..t ,-. M .. \,.
you to appreciate that it means superior child shows symptoms of croup.Chamberlain's Z. I west gsarter,fScrtto three (J' Alt '.*.". ..

rmm4Uw as crooked as the Ock- equipment; including duplicate Cough Remedy givenas 2 give you a new pair. Special agents tor the t7, t9wu(B) east nip twelve sad coMMa(II.. MMtt a, tote ranf of"..",." "I fI'

itua river. machinery, in case of accident, and soon as the child becomes hoarse, acres ai per 1D"f....SIILIWAS ,

I am (!Earl I went to California, skilful assistants to do this work iu or even after the croupy cough appears Jowl R. MrAaMMZ .. LLNI MAW..Mofils...,do....
best manner. In this HAMILTON-BROWN' SHOES : Alt',. .. ,
the possible
prevent the attackIt o
k.l.! I *W not see all of it and and will ,
connectson we cannot too strongly fails and is pleasant and safe z --- --
dWl pwtetHl to know it all, I saw our friends to take their I For Men Women and Children. NOTICt
urge upon to take. For sale by all druggists. m F .
enutat:41 to know that I want nogrove Meat where they Know it willha"e o toZ I

In California. The orange proper attention. It is no J III the CltssitOastsdthelifh Jwttusl. ati.gtrG
orange NOTICE. o of FVirWU Uar.assay, M\.1MIltct.:

trw are grown on a sand and Giie's Work for you to let Us g W.W Oy tt.0taa.,1.. ... ,... II 1ilwbi .
To those storing few words and the tale will be
again. 'aD Now just a more
grayed sail with the roots: a foot be- serve you In the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Circuitof n* its). 11th"l1..

meat for the first time, we would refer Florida in and for Marion county told We have been doing business here for the CIJ ...
and ditches six inches 15 OiDHItF.bTtU THN.... girth'
low the surface, to our friends-Your Xeigh-; in Chancery. C3Z IT herein .1Md. 0. "......., xa. r.

deep aw run between the rows to lOPSwho are so well satisfied with G. S.Scott as Receiver etc., Complainant vs. past five years and to our satisfaction, as our sales PI M'thews. M. versa Joao A 0..ais IJtf\.f
.I and Sallie D.Perry, De < 0 composed of Ji..*.a pcr.t. .tetyh Iltawta aI
A would faithful service. Benjamin F. Perry the -I baron Ftrst. Mnr ........, stb.rart.riI
water. cent
grove increased
eopdu$ the ,our past I fendants. I have every year 50 per over preceding I composed of Laers Mokr red AMM ._......
and branch, in a year if The same price will prevail as here- ORDERED THAT THE DEFEXDANT C3z itj: I George D. rage. eiesnMr III DM la* 1111.! naf
dU out. root IS Now this means something think of 2E
tofore, viz:, one cent per month or lIT herein named. Benj. F Perry and. Sallie one. ; kstaaaentofF ".... gesso.>1 iced.
1 trot Irrigated; therefore the b.and they are hereby required : A C.DW.'a.aP..j n..t I"v' tea.
ft were part of a month.Responsibility. to appear Perry to the bill of complaint in this cause Our motto is to have you satisfied, or no sale. We hereby re'Uire4'o appear tplaiat tie !tau .: .">*
the water have in this easa** # beta*
com ianirr that own against loss or dam- on or before to know that if you are dissatisfied with .t 11 .
want anything M.w/ajthtaMl6rr+frHtarietisNt .r6m
the Monday the iH-l day of January A. D. 1905. you s
by in the
growers nicely by fire will be assumed It I.frrthn oedetsd Iat a tIH"
the orange age MM
ordered that of this orderbe
It is further a
and copy consecutive o purchase of us your money will be cheerfully Z be pubtHbe4.ocea week m tear ft,rst ,y"N
throat, and their demands have been value of six cents per pound, published once a Banner.week for eight z you weeks in the Ocala .......

more flirting every year and what for tjiis we will made a charge of 10 weeks Dose in the this Ocala the ilh day S.of T.Oct.SKTRCNK A. D. igot. \ E: refunded. Hoping to have you examine our! ;; Done[ this] Kavewbw tajfemi t4. .T.,_ t"u.

little profit U left, after paying forVatr. I cents fraction per hundred pounds or R.L.ANDERSON and WHo Clerk MOCKER.Circuit Court. J o lines, we remain Yours for Lower Prices,. !' p UAnderstm.ComptaUanu. If..t M L j> 'C, :

; >> 5aNMt. tM
railroad SolititOiS.
fertilizer and labor, the FLORIDA PACKING; AND ICE Co., Complainant's u Q

get. There arc per

1"1" and lemon groves In California HERMANN BENJAMIN Manager., Sec. & Treas. COo THE BOSTON STORE. 1 TORS ETC.TOTCJC .

c owned by very wealthy men, who NOTICE 13 GIVES THAT ON THE a II IIKREIT OtVEK TO Catty
; day f-f January. A. D.t9osas z { 1.: itors,l f atec%dastrtlatees*.4 ftl __
them u an advertisement the administrator with the will annexed of the .4 claims dcmasds aiaM.t&M
keep up Shippers by freight or express will estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep, deceased. I wi'l < EVERYTHING WORN BY MAN WOMAN OR r H. T.Waiuunn. deceased. t*
.. ,
baa caused thousands of men present my petition and report and astt. within two t. .
) which mark their name plainly on administrator to the CHILDIJ Z Mme years 1'J.
please be discharged as such
10 0u they wit bt bamd. T1la\w4lhdayei
to put their all In groves who would paskage and address Hon.Robt. Bullock count judge for Marion b *, I9*.

noW be glad to sell at a big loss. FLORID PACKING & ICE CO. June 3rd,1904.Admr.with will annexed.624 )ililk

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Explosion of Oak Plant Scatter j ; o A FEvV :s

a IUPT.Flames Death ARRESTED 100 and Feet Destruction.I Long FOR Curst HOMICIDE from t I t E tI:-- :1'\1.\ ii.. ; (u H' Ol IDAY S..U G' GES IONS .:...;. .

Tube In Consolidated Gat Plant In '

Gotham Out Wooden-Mysterious Plug. Pressure Blows a- l: 0 At this Season Can Hardly Be Out of Place. x-JlJ1J. i

New York NOT. :30/ With a terrific I '"-:-- .__,... ..r.o. c._ -"-._-,....- "_ ..-.'7 --.-"-.,'- ..: .- ........,..",
r.iTt and an alarming concussion, felt .
for t site around fames: 100 feet *4
Rung abet out of a main one to t .1'.
eat one to the wwt in the generating ...... .......
hose of the Consolidated Gas
plaat at I:W o'clock Monday mornIng. the following -
A nfl young were man injured was,killed four seriously.and a dozea E Therefore we suggest that you look over

Tie dad man, James T. Kane, 17 '
years od. sustained a fractured skull

lit.and..seme. Kt died burns at on the Rooieielt the face hospital and list and see if we have named anything you

TiM seriously injured: Patrick i
1 ury. }) years old. lacerate wounds

of saris.floras right M DarM band years McMahon and old, left burnt,It-g.41 on years face James and old d want K If there is anything in the way of fancy :-:::

lac+.ratAd wounds( on hands and face.
Jehu Nooflan, :1 years old, bums on "' 1

face tJApk&L AH and tke hands.Injured are doles well in the canned goods, nick-nacks and delicacies, on the j

Superintendent Wm. J. Hawthornewas
areated at his home on a technical -

Forty-seteoln chare of homicide.street station At the Coroner West. market that want rest assured that we 3
Betaler accted $tOO bail for Haw.tborte's you you may ..
1 appearance in the West Sid -
---- c ......
court Tuesday morning.

been plate Kane employed from, the time boy at to who odd time was Jobs and killed about he, was had the have it. We suggest that you give us your next order.

doing same painting. A dozen men i .....
tome skilled gamacrs and some laborer : ...
were at work about the 'tube .
which exploded. .-...
Oat of those mysterious Increases .. ; -. --
, of pressure bad blown put the wooden 'Y'A"c:... ......-1C'<-' ,-,-,-.. .....--.-'---_._,_<- -_.',--_.- ........
plug at the south end of the .
tube at ......
T a. m. Superintendent William J. .......
Hawthorne and his gang were attend .....
gag to his. So much gas escaped into
, the flame room under that a small it United donkey from engine a gas, !fPE Mincemeat and; Pumpkin for Pies, Cranberries and Cranberry Sauce 3

producing a concussion, which lightedthe
to shoot gas under out in the two tube huge and flames caused from it E Plum Puddings, Nuts, Figs, Dates and Raisins that will please, Edam

the: east and wen plugs de
." scribed.A E Pineapple, Sweitzer and Brick Cheese. Olives in "Bulk. Olives
f plug as It blew out, struck Kane's ......
[ head with great force. He fell, stunned
J and the roaring flame blew over him, == Stuffed and Bottles of 1-2 and 1-2, Celery Sauce, Tomato Chutney :::
" setting his clothes on fire. __ ....;f

. and Ambulance Roosevelt surgeons hospitals from attended Bellevue the E '_ Chili Sauce, Melon Mangoes, Pickles Sour and Sweet, .
rot injared. No record was kept of how f.1l -- "' ....

-. many The were north slightly windows hurt.on a building on Plain and Mixed also Chow-Chow, Sweet and Sour Onionsiborn's ::

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Ferty-third street were broken and the C .
shuck was iuficient to break most of --
the psnes in a carpet factory on the
opposite side of Forty-fourth, although Chase & Famous Soifes and Teas
they were protected by Iron shutters.' ,
Tire ell plant was disabled for sev ,
oral hoars, but it did not interfere

with the supply I of gas. Preserves, Jams and Jellies, and the

Royal Scarlet Canned Vegetables .
Ground It Broken for a, Big Ala.Building*InBirmlngha'm ,

Urmififiham, Ala.. Nov. 30-Ground: '- ;: -----.
was broken today for the first build. E as good as the fresh grown. '
lug of a great negro educational institution ,
which the Freedmen Aid and H --
Southern Educational society which is -
an auxiliary of the Methodist .
Episcopal ; :7t::"':' '" -- ::
church will erect at Spalding, 5 0-- ....
miles from here. -
The first building will cost $30,000 4E

and total others Inreatment dollars.Among will. be several erected hundred making thousand the. Vie want you to give us a call and make your own 3Ci

thos taking part in the cee-I I ......
monies were Bishop J.. ).I. Walden, ol >-

-Cincinnati Birmingham, President Bishop Commercial F.D. M.A. Jackson Goodsell club, ,and of 61Po'ston selection. We have the Goods and the price will suit

Mayor W. M, Drennen, of Birmingham. ,

o,. When of the completed largest the institutions college will of the bone Quality guaranteed in Fancy Groceries and imported

kind slates.for negro people! in the southern i

Washington President, Arrives Nov at 30.Home.Perisdent Goods our stock is well assorted. Don't worry but call

Roosevelt arrived here today at 7:02 .
-- --
a. m. for his visit to the St. Luis
exposition. The special train was and that have and do
awaited by a throng of several hundred see we just as we say.
people in the Pennsylvania railroad E
station and as the train drew into ...-
the station the crowd broke Inte ....
cheers. Some 35 minutes later the iS
president accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt Yours j.F
:: to Please
and his daughter Miss Allc Roosa' .
veil, alighted from their car. They --
were conducted mediately to their carriage .,..
which was in waiting, and drives 4 < _"_
rapidly to the White House. .
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-- $ : --" '
Constant Shooting at Zelgler. ......
Ik'nton.lU.,NOT. Constant firing
at Zelgier last night wes almost lithe
noise of a battle, no less than 5- PI149T
shots were fired into Zeigler from am. GRgcjxj
bush. The shots came from every direction
but were aimed too high to do
any damage. The two Catling guns ..... .....
on, top of the office building and coal ..... 4,
tipple at Zeigler answered the fire, but ,
It Is not known If any one wa hit.

pitted Over A up bushel in the of woods empty;today shells were.,I II11111111111111111U1111I111UU11111111111U111111111IllUlUl" , i '1111111111U1111111111l111iU11C" " " " "

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