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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"' 111"'r''r''r''r''r''r''r''r''r''r'"' '' ''' ''''' '''' ''' '''''''' '' '' '''imli'''',, DAYIS ( t Ii lug that the differences arising from

1EE MEMORIAL! DAY!f.U. f. the establishment of a separate government

.Iy be adjusted on the lines of I Here is light for you on the

peace, equity and justice. He referred -
business of a bank.
F D. C., U. C. Y. and S. C. V. also to slavery and other collateral :

r issues and made special reference to l llIllh1 j*
EEE Made the Day a Notable ]
1 Jefferson Davis' dedication of his What can it do for you?

Ore history to the Women of the South t

I INABOX'!' and thought it appropriate that they *

should have selected his anniversaryfor f A bank does your bookkeeping.
-- OLD VETS GIVEN BIG DINNER.
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the celebration
and also
$:: If you want to write nice letter you can do it if you have fitting It makes your collections.
nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and yEE :: that they should have selected a .
Z paper Is In a nice box If you buy it here. We have many styles. -3l member of the Sons of Confederate It takes care of your money. It
Orations Medals of Honor Conferred. ea;
I Veterans for the orator fog it is to gives you commercial standing I Iin
| POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. \ GravesDecorated, Rifles Fire
them, we must look for a vindicationof the community. It affords a
Salute Etc. .
Military ,
thesouth's attitude in that immortal
constant reference to your financial -
1 Wednesday was a memorable one in straggle.Mr. .

the Confederate memorial annals of Allred fully sustained the expectations .& CHAMBLISS, ability.

"- Ocala. of bin friends and for 'I jt
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1 About fifty Confederate Veteranswere nearly an hour gave an able defense Bankers,
The bank is a friend to you
s:-: in attendance. A large numberof and a glowing tribute to tbe actors in (II

::3 the United Daughters of the Con- that war, which he described as tbe OCALA, FLORIDA. I in business, at all times.

llUlUUiUiUUIIUIUJUlUIUIIUlllUJlUUUIllilUlUJUUIlUlUTHIS federacy, the Sons of Confederate "greatest and fierce&t on record. -..-.. -.- --

Veterans, members of the Ocala The young orator did not fail to -- -.. -- I

Rifles and many other friends participated withhold a full mead of praise to

in the exercises and the day those in blue who fought and died. He -- --

said that both contributed to the
was in every way an enjoyable and
SPACE RESERVED FOR successful one. grandeur of our country and illus TRUNKS !
The
About 11 o'clock the Confederate trated the bravery and valor of American Do you travel? Do you want good trunk?
DAVID S WOODROWPHOSPHATE We have lot of good trunks that will
ma.phood. we
Veterans met in the council hall and
otter at special low prices while they last. Ocala
several new names were enrolled as At the close of Mr. Alfred's admirable jj
A Good Metal Trunk $2.00 _
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oration, Judge W. M. Ives, of
comrades. A Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00 ..
Comrade Gray called the attentionof Lake City, entertained in a pleasing A Good Canvas Strap Trunk 4.00 Furniturem
LANDS TIMBER Leather bound brass trimmed trunkd at proportional !
the camp to the fret that a depar manner, the old soldiers with reminiscences prices:

comrade's grave was unmarkedand and anecdotes of the civil war Also valises and traveling hairs. Company -
Ivee' These are all BIG BARGAINS and we have
period. Judge talk was one of
committee
to
a was appointed other bargains at
rescue it from oblivion. the enjoyable features of the occasion

OCALA FLORIDA. Comrade W. W. Jackson touchingly and. added much to the day's pleasure. AT SMITH'S OCALA, FLORIDA

called the attention of the camp to

the of Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, president of
speech General Gordon at Xew .

Orleans proposing the erection of a the Dickinson chapter, then paid a

SAUL ELIZABETH EAEEIS. Local Editor Mr. John S. Pedrick, of Romeo, a monument to the Women of the fervid tribute to our recent dead men

valued subscriber of the Ocala Banner, Confederacy and the camp pledged to tioning in affectionate terms the gal-

ABOUT TOWN. has accepted a position with Howell raise not less than $'A: Mr. E. L. lant Dickinson, Crawford, Frederick,

HAPPENINGS & Bell, toe hustling mill men of Carney beading tbe list with a contribution Waters and others-she then conferred Summer ShoesOfAflKindst

of Gainesville of S. crosses of honor on Comrades P.
Mr Harvey Hutcbinson, York. $ Comrade Long favor-
H. Norris and J. F. Barrett. These
(U In the city. Messrs. 0. T. Green and' Frank ed the proposition and made an eloquent ) -
crosses were pinned on these gallantmen
address eulogizing the womenin
the Wind
Teague were registered
Mrs Reuben, of Dunnellon, has by little Misses Elizabeth New-
This a most patriotic manner.
Jacksonville
Thursday.
sor, ,
moved to this city to reside. sour and Irma Blake.
popular hotel is headquarters for The camp then formed in line and
The master of ceremonies on behalfof Our assortment of ladies' misses' and children's
Mr.Thomas Pasteur returned. yes- Ocala people. the tent photographer took a pictureof ,

_. terday from a visit to Lake Weir. the group after which the comrades the Confederate veteran", extended Sandals, Slippers and Oxfords, and Men's Low

Mrs L. B. Tydings, of Anthony, marched to the cafe of the Montezuma their thanks to the Daughters for Shoes is as good as was ever brought to Ocala,

Mr.O. B. Howse has returned froman I came up yesterday from Leesburg, Hotrl, wb re a most sumptuous their magnificent dinner, to the and the best offered at the prices. "We want to

extended business visit to Kissim- where she has been visiting her dinner had Been prepared for them Rifles for heir participation and to show them to you. .

mee. daughter, Mrs. Claude Nix, and is the by the patriotic women constituting all others who in any way contributed .

Mr. Charlie Brian, of Galveston, guest of her son, Mr. C. A. Tydings. the Dickinson Chapter of the U. D.C. to the success of the day. THE W. J. CUMBERS SHOE COMPLY

Texas,la visiting his many friends in There was chicken, ham and other Rev. L. B. Warren then pronoun-
f Mr. J. A. Ensloe,Jr of hit. Augustine
ced the benediction and most of those
thisclty. prominent in Confederate Vet- kinds! of sandwiches, beef, park, rice,
Mrs. George MacKay and childien breads of various kinds, salads pickles present marched to the cemetery, in
erant circle, was a visitor to Ocala
have to North Carolina to spend the order already named, where a
gone yesterday. He was sorry he was olives, tomatoes, ice cream, cakes,
salute < f three fired
> volleys
was over
thi summer. pies, coffee, lemonade, etc.
just one day late and missed the
the of the
At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the graves departed veteransby
Mr. Fred Cubberly, of Cedar Key, memorial exercises.Chamberlain's the Rifles, their graves strewn I THE CLUB HOUSE. I .,
profession formed in the front of the
Ii la the city on political and profes- Pain Balm is an antiseptic with beautiful flowers and the ceremonies -
armory in the following order: .
ilootl business. liniment and when appliedto ended.
Marshal and aide.
I -- cuts, bruises and burns, causes
Me&! rs. L. P. Waterman and S. A. them to heal without maturation and Ocala Rifles. His Last Hope Realized. Cuisine First Class. Hates Reasonable

Griirgs represented Moss Bluff in and much more quickly than by the Speakers in carriages. (From the Sentinel,Cebo Mon.)

Ocala Monday. usual treatment Eor sale by AntiMonopoly Confederate Veterans. In the first opening of Oklahoma to
Drug Store. m settlers in 1889 the editor of this paper Refurnished Throughout] !) Special Rates by Month
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Cecil's Corn Salve cures your corns was among the many seekers after
:Maurice Robinson, of Marion coun- Daughters of the Confederacy.
without making them sore. Ask for fortune who made the big race one

It at T1dIngll Co. ty, who has beeu night operator in Citizens. fine day in April. During his travel-

Mm. E.-P. d and three Ocala for some time, has received the PROGRAM AT THE (,F fRTRR\. ing about and afterwards his camping MRS. THOS. J. BARNES. P1tOP.P .

appointment as agent and we hope Prayer by Dr. Lindsay.1 i upon his claim, he encountered much
daughters went to Reddick yesterdayto bad weather, which, together with
will merit and enjoy the esteem! of the Remarks by Mr. F. E. lIarri, mas-
spend a month with relatives.Mrs. severe heat, gave him a very severe --"
general traveling and shipping public. ter of eeremonies.e diarrhoea which it seemed almost

P. Jumeau and children went -Dunedin in Tribune.A Address by Mr. Neil !M*. Allred. .ible ;
cor. Tampa imp to check, and along in JI 5'= \ \ \SSSSSSRS S SISlR15SSSLnSU'S =51iJ: tW

down to Floral City yesterday after. large number of prominent re- War reminiscences and anecdotesby June the case became so bad he ex-

noon to sometime with Mr. petted to die. One day one of his
spend pulicaus were in Ocala yesterday. Judge W. M. Ives, of Lake City.
neighbors brought him one small bot-
Jomeau. Those! present were Hons. H. 8. Presentation of crosses of honor. tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera WANT1DScrap

A full line of Whiting's fine stationery Chubb, J. F. Horr, J. M. Cheney and Prayer by Rev. L. B. Warren. and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope.A .

may be found at Tydings & t'o's H. W. Bishop. Mr.Chubb says that Three volleys by Ocala Rifles. big dose was given him while he
drag All shades and
Itore.! qualities
of was rolling about on the ground in
Decoration
we Included in our stock. the party in this state is entirely harmonious graves.
great agony, and in a few minutes the
and the vote will be given to Mr. Hampton S. Chambers acted as
Miss: ti'an one of the dose was repeated. The good effect of Iron
Marshal and Mr. John H. Mathews, W
Roosevelt He that of
popular Ocala High School teachers, solidly. says the medicine was soon noticed, and ,
has the fifteen members, of the committeefor as aide. These gentlemen performedtheir within an hour the patient was takinghis
Bartow
returned to her home at -
I for the vacation. this district only two are colored.Mr. part of the program in a most first sound sleep for a fortnight.That Metals Rails
summer
creditable manner. one little bottle worked a complete ,
W. C. Jeffords chaperoned a cure, and he cannot help but feel
Dr. Messrs. Hearn and Emmett Robin. .
t Henry 8. Yerger, of Fernan-
party of young ladies to the cantaloupe grateful. The season for bowel dis ) ETC. ETC. ETC.
din, who will deliver a lecture at the eon furnished the music for the Rifles.
fields of Mr.C. J. Philippe just orders suggests this Item. For sale by 1
S opera house tonight on "Matrimony," Owing to the threatening appear- Anti Stole.
Monopoly Drug m
north of town yesterday.morning and Ii Highest cash price paid for same
I I. the guest of Rev. William C. Lindi ance of the weather the orations were
melon eating as well as the drive was Died Suddenly. J
t4 ay' delivered in the court house insteadof
enjoyed. Same afternoon he chaperoned Mr. R. L. Parmenter, who spent a 11- =ADDRESS:
Arkansas Chill Tonic is the best at the cemetery.

r.: chili medicine on the market. Tyd- a party of young ladies and The building was comfortably couple of months in this city last SABEL

: lugs & Q>. have sold during the past young married ladies out to Mr. packed. winter the guest of Mr. and Mrs. BROS.,

nine months 1488 bottles of this ex Close's. As he grows older Mr. Jef- Frank Reagan, died suddenly at his
Rev. W. C. Lindsay made a very I Jacksonville. Florida.
cellent tonic. fords is becoming quite a gallant. _
eloquent and impressive prayer. home in Katawa, Kentucky, of
Mrs. M. W. Tarver and children
"I have been troubled forsome time stomach stroubles last He
Tuesday. ." .k JJI
after a brief visit In Ocala with The master of ceremonies before ..:::R"1.SS$ y.$.5 ffi7uR a 1od[ .5b'1Sbi..s1-.7' :
Mrs. Tarvert slater Mrs. W. J with indigestion and sour stomach, was twenty eight years of age.
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee, introducing Mr. S. M Allred, the -
Chambers returned to theta home in Mr. Parmenter is pleasantly remembered -
Mass., "and have been taking Chamberlain's orator of the occasion, briefly alludedto
i Midway, Ala., Monday. by many of our people WHITE'S CREAMVERFfllFUGEIi
Stomach and Liver Tablets the civil war period and mention.

-, During the summer kidney irregulritles > which have helped me very much, 80I I ed some modern northern writers as who regret sincerely to hear of his WORMS !'

are often caused by excessive I that now I can eat many things that well earlier death. Tr.ala Q1Wti:,. Bed Ia QMIltr.
as ones conceding the
drinking or being overheated. At. before I could not." If you have any I Xo good health unless the kidneysare
tend to the kidneys at one by using trouble with your stomach why not I constitutional right of secession and sound. Foley's Kidney Cure For 20 Years His Led all Worm Remedies (

S Foley'i Kidney Cure. Post Office take these tablet and get well? For referred to the commission sent to the makes the kidneys right. Poet Office GOLD: ZI'Z' ZiZi naxTrooxs.JAMES .
r Drug Store. m sale Store I by-- 411'. F. BALLARD. St. Loujft.!
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PREGANTAS.. ACTIVITY ALL ALONG THE LINE. NHEN STARCH WAS NEW.

FURNITURE1OF
It lied to He Made In Color So a* to
(For the Ocala Banner.)
' Gainesville is erecting a plant to Tint aLp l'.brie.
Did ever lend your money
you old "A package of starch?" asked the in-
Just to accommodate a friend, reduce pine wood-principally
from him U-lIigent aud learned grover, and as he
Then try to borrow
into useful and profitable EVERY
II' And find he'd none to lend stumps- wrapprd tLe package: up Le talked. DESCRIPTIONGet

Did you ever ask for passes products. "March orisiuatwl; ," he said, "in

When you hadn't any pull. A few of the citizens of Sanford I Flanders. It was introduced into lijigiand ; -
Did you ever bear the market I with the big ruff in the time of
When you should hare been a bull? have successfully marketted a celery Queen Elizabeth. It was like our starch

Did your sweetheart over ask you crop and are now one hundred thou of today, except that it was made in Our Prices OnWhitmore's

.>> For a pound of Huyler's best. sand dollars to the good. colors-red. yellow, green, blue. The
When you only had a quarter effect of tLis was to tint delicately the
For luncheon in your vest? The first car load of cantaloupes white linen to which the starch mightbe Shade Hanger

UNmi. Did the fizzing ot the fountain shipped out of the state was the applied

Set you trembling with fear, I work of a colored farmer in this "Before Queen Elizabeth's time ruf- White Mountain Freezer
r bhe'd ask for ice cream
That you an I .
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ties and ruffs were made of fine holland
When you'd not the price of beer? county, which carries with it its own which required no stiffening.Then .

Did* you ever say'[was early lesson. the ruffs of cambric came and Arctic Freezer ,
When knew'twas mighty late. .
you 1
there mint of necessity be starched.:
And on"seeing Nellie home" The Manatee Record sijs that a
Found her father at the gate? The gmrr. consulting: his memorandum North Star Refrigerator ;
-=aIz
UnkA contract has been let for the construction -I book resumed: .
+ Did you ever run for office I
of a new railroad from Chiplpy to "It is recorded that 'when the queen
had
Cause friends urged you so
T1n your
had ruffs made of lawn and cambricfor Chandler Pat. Ice Cracker 1
that to Tallahassee
I Without feeling St. Andrews Bay, which is expected
Ua You were bound to go? : rnatatatlo her own princely wearing there was
DouMr. to be completed within the next eight none in England could tell how to
for draining
r Did The yon water ever trom vote the creeks, een months. People living along the starch them; but the queen made special w.. <(< ',ill '.4\0' 1 'I X eIT2rIAN ...,.

Without considering what would happenIf 1ft means: for some women that could
proposed route are very much elated.
fire caught your ricks? starch, and Mrs. Gullham wife of theroyal

A Did you ever pay your doctor The road will eventually be extended -I coachman, was the first starch-

L ;j' For curing all your ills. to St. Josephs Bay passing throughrich er.' &
Without thinking that his biggest dose "In 1564: a Flanders woman, Frau SO-II
Was the total of his bills agricultural districts and extensive ;; Van der Plasse, came to London and

J Did you, ever,tired and weary, forests. ;:a established there a school for the

Yea 5. Sleepless toss 'till break of day, Xever has Plant City shipped, says 1"1"In teaching of starching. The school succeeded. ...
listening to the fellow snoring The Flanders frau got rich.
C i ixJ In the room across the way? the Plant City Courier: so many tomatoes -
iI I She charged 5 a i lesson and an extra THE MCCARTHY
H Did you ever vow and protest : as she is doing this season. 20 shillings for a recipe for the making STORE

That slang you didjeschew Several cars have been loaded, and of starch out of wheat flour, bran and
Then bust out on all occasions
.p These trite words,'tU up to the bulk of the crop is yet to come. roots. Again oj'eu with a frwJi AO4 I
youA. "Yellow was the most fashionable
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T well selects i
line
of
tingnw...
The truck growers are recent ing good --I color in starch among the nobility. The

prices for their work this spring, and :III: Puritans used blue starch, though at etc. Cheap fur rah, llh..

OCALA P RAG APHS. == first they had been against the stuff altogether est market prfe. ... New Mr
JJ the cry of"hard times" is no more in .
dubbing it 'a certaine kinde of country produce.Free -

the land. liquids matter which they call starch

JoW Dr. K. D. Sistrunk, of Dade City, is Ocala has two hard wood mills at 1ftt wherein the devil hath willed them to sheds for your teams.

--I wash and dive their ruffes, which
J\\ a visitor to the city. work and will soou erect a mill for nfceu they be dry, will then stand stifle Come and see us we will do yo. ..... i

Mr. J. T. Yonce returned to St. sawing pine wood lumber with a == and Inflexible about their necks.'

t'Vi capacity 100,000 feet per day. IT! "Starch is made from wheat, corn
: Petersburg yesterday. and potatoes, and starving men have D. L PMCOCK.

Her crate mills are kept busy sup often subsisted on it, finding it nour
r Prof. R. W.; Van Brunt has returnedto
plying the cantaloupe and tomato n ishiu;:. though not tasty."-London

1 his home at Tallahassee for the Graphic. -- --- II.
box whit- -
shippers and the dry goods -<

F summer vaea ion. tier has since been to J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
long gathered = ...... DRESDEN CHINA.

Misses Allie Van Juhan and Annie his fathers.
'of
First Offered For Sale at the Fairof
1 Mathews have gone to Candler to Fish and spongers, turpentine, ros- Lelpulc In 1721. WHISKEY HOUSE
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visit friends for a short while. in, phosphate rock, lumber, crossties, I Dresden china began Its reign at the ,

1 cattle vegetables and the succulent fair of Leipsic. 1721, where it was of-
Mr. Ben Raysor is suffering with a ferod for public sale for the first time.It Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.I .

bad case of blood poison in his foot. melon are being shipped out of the =e has had thi". e periods-King's, Mar-

l state in increasing quantities, and the .:ol.ue: and modern-and for all arounduse I -
His many friends hope he will speed- -
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it continues to be the most
popularware
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1 whole of South Florida is being converted -
ily recover. I of this day. 0

into orange and grape fruit "'"1"1Z The factory marks traced on ,the bottom ;

William Wheeler, after a few day's groves, pineries! peach orchards! and of each piece vary according to the

1 visit in Ocala with his. friend, Osco period-the oldest (King's) being the ,, J w
vast vegetable farms. ; monogram A. It and the wand of JEs- c.:-: ti c
bis :
Zewadski, has returned to homein ; :: ,
The state is entering upon a marvelous culapius. The familiar crossed swords 1
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Gainesville. I with the dot or ciicle between the ban-
career and is struggling for and i 2C3 *
< dies were first used In 1 j:1. and.the M
Chronlebronchial troubles and sum will soon achievecommercial supre star took the place of the dot Jn the il CO AS3 3
I I
mer cough cal be quickly relieved macy. Marcoline period. The modern mark Is oO IC

I and cured by Foley'u Honey and Tar. Listeu to this story: the simple crossed swords, sometimes x--- .I, t
Poet Office Drug Store. m accompanied l letters and numbers. .
"Yesterday! afternoon," says the and makes good use of it, to "hold up" Although the methods of work are -w :

:Miss Johnnie Liddon will leave the Times-Union, "a freight train made the sick and suffering to the tune of still jealously guarded In all factories, A AFiM01's Fai
$I an ounce for an article costing 25 the essentials are an open secret, and O
latter part of this week for Augusta of forty heavily laden cars passed o
up cents in Germany. As stated before, the following rough outline may satisfy AMIF.lSI.K a IH'M'II liElilt s

Ga., to visit her cousin, Miss Clarice slowly over the long bridge connect- most civilized countries do not grant the lazily curious: tlte Ingredientsof -- -- .

I patents on articles used in medicine.Our iwreelaiu: are kaolin sandal
Barksdale, at "whose wedding next ing Jacksonville with the east coast; feldspar
own country is the inglorious ex d selenite. These are ground fine and FINE WINES. WFI KIE8 and BRANDIES

Wednesday she will be maid of honor. and the sight was one which may at ception. mixed In liniewater. The paste is then My$2,00 Rye or Bourbon at.... _..._. ...-1.73 311, k.. CII tt __
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too i ..
My :Nllft' .
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My 8.50 C. Or. N
almost any time be observed just now Antipyrine is in the same category.It molded into forms and fired in an oven '. ...... tj My /M "
My IPI'plff1qlMy
Mrs. Blair S. Bernard and little son, used to cost at wholesale $1.40 an of moderate heat When taken out It I ,3.00.ne _...."_._ .._-....... joo Icy j.. ,. .. .' p
by those who have their wits about When the My 2.oo Gin It .?........-,.._.. ._........ 1.75 My .*. .. t*
Marean, after a delightful visit of ounce. unjust patent expired is In an opaque state and is then dippedin ... .
ofy 2 so Ml-tmi MI **T t as?(fw BwtflBv MA B AA. .... iThe
take Interest in the
them and proper ; the blood tax was wiped out, the glaze, which Is feldspar ground d..K gTriic'l
six weeks to Mrs. Bernard's parents, Jug JIailc a Sueclal{ Feature.Insendingyourorder
progress of their own state. Everyone and it now sells at 35 cents an ounce. fine, with a little alkali It is now sub .
Dr. and Mrs. W H. Marean and other Take sulfonal as another illustration. jected to a firing of great heat, which !w'y i ndenough to covet .
of those forty cars was loaded to -gallon jag.lsci-gtllon: jug.2y:3 gillonjuf u hi' 'I
Ocala friends, departed for their home Several manufacturers in Germanyare results in the beautiful polished surface I 1 1l mare whiskey and better whiskey tb.. i.y kovxis! FHrid.,\ n... 1 |W. |..,..
1 its fullest with vegetables est goods and lull measure,
capacity or
making this valuable chemical be- so familiar the world over. Is .
in Pensacola this morning. r Atnalarderwtllconvinceyestharwearethepen Tenasr..a.tk ia.Lf.
-0 pineapples, destined for the great cause that effete monarchy encour- This second firing is attended with Youraan&iouto"lue F. EDWARD
ages scientific research, and the aniline risk, for if the piece is allowed to remain .
Among the old soldiers who made markets of the North. Not one of
industry with all of its important beyond the exact proper momentthe ._ f
pleasant calls at this office Wednes- them was loaded with lumber or by-products Is a monument to the whole melU together and is ruined.

day were Comrades :M. H. Rou, R. naval stores, of with freight that in wisdom of this policy. A smart American ......................
citizen patented the article, sul- Hen.a GI... Eye Act.
M. Fife A. C. White, L. M. Gra- represented a loss to the re
any way
fonal, in this country, and now levies A glass eye has never t o free a range

hr' Reuben Smith, Ben" Smith, J. sources of the state. Neither the to- his blood tax on the poor and suffering of movement as the real one, and when i READ I

B. Gray and Judge W. M. Ives. matoes nor the pineapples, with of "free America." the owner turns his eyes strongly In
Germany grants patents only on the any direction the glass eye lags behind
which that long train was packed,
the other, so producing a squint Then
; A marriage license was issued Sat- process of manufacture, not on the
took from the soil upon which they finished product, and the German pat- the pupil of the glass eye is of course The Florida Times-Union I
urday to D. X. Waldron and Miss
were grown any source of fertilityany ent law holds out inducements to the of a fixed size, while the natural pupil

Orilla McDavid, of Daisy, and the discoverer and the inventor to go dilates and contracts not only with
element of wealth-that cannot varying amounts of light but with
couple were married Sunday ahead and find new ways of making : I
young readily be restored; and for that rea these chemicals, and each new way varying emotions. Then again the REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.DAILY .
:Mr. Waldron is a prosperous young white of the eye varies in tint greatly AND ftCM tV.
can be patented. America to the S
son the activity represented by such says
One Month
petd.
postage
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farmer and the bride is a charming student of chemistry: "Don't trouble from day to day, being slightly bloodshot Three Month poUf paid .... i..t I
enormous shipments ia much more during headaches and yellow during S Six Month. ptMtage MM u _
young woman and will make I him a yourself about finding out new waysof One Vest poUge paid fm
bilious attacks. The differences! In
ben ficient-much less dangerous\ to making anything that is patented; S
good help meet. color between the two eyes caused by ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. |l II A 1NMl I
the ultimate of the you will not be permitted to sell it. S
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prosperity
4 com- these changes are even more easily noticed Semi-Weekly Blois. .... M"'JtoSeni.Ueei.ly I .m
Our laws should be so changed that )4iti.. Ow VHV tit
Mr. Mason Tison infcrms us that munity-those shipments that involvethe than the differences in the pupils. .
no patent shall be granted on articles :

owing to the fact that enough money skinning and spoliation of the used for food or for medicine. It is What Happened. All communication and remituace ihoul !.*.M......' t.

could not be secured there would not soil, rather than its conservative cul beyond all reason that the inventive "She married the coachman because
r tivation." genius of Americans and the conspicuous she wanted some one who could drive." : THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, JiMSGNlfillE Rlffli ;tI
be a professional baseball team organ ,
ability of our chemists should be "Welir"Well

i I ized in Ocala this season. Ocala has DRUG TAX A BAR TO SCIENCE kept down by these monstrous laws, he drove her to dlstractlon-

good material,however, for an amateur especially when the greatest sufferers Chicago Post
OCALA, FLA., June 3. from the injustice are those least able I SUBSCRIBE
team and it
now remains for To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. to bear the burden. Congress should

some one to take sufficient interest in Few people know that at presentthe Lose no time in wiping out this disgrace FOLEYSHONHHAR

the matter to organize it. patent laws of our country makeit and the people of America Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia ....uIsu..Su...

---- possible to levy a blood tax on should not rest until it is done. .-- \

Miss Hattre: Mae Porter returned many articles "made in Germany"that Henry C. Groves
are used by the sick and afflicted, Secretary N. A. R. D.
Saturday afternoon from Tuscaloosa

.. Ala., where for the past term she has, the would very naturally persons be expected the government to shield Worst of All Experiences To Cure a Cold in One Day : .,

a taught vocal music in the Baptist from imposition.Take .
puenacetine. It sells in Germany :. Can anything be worse:: than to feel
Female College. where it is made, at 25 cents an 'that every minute will be your last? Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. I'll on VtTY

ounce, here at $1 an ounce. Why? Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II. Seven Million boxes: sold in past 12 months. This Signature (9c rmYri bol.2Sc.
Miss Blanche all
who
has taught like most civilized Newsorn
Germany coun- Decatur, Ala. "For three
., for the past term in the primary department tries, does not grant patents on articles years" she writes, "I endured insuf- v-

of the Ocala public school, used in the healing art. The ferable pain from indigestion, stomachand
United States does, and an enterprising
left Saturday afternoon for her home bowel trouble; Death seemed inevitable :.w.x.iii*
citizen took out a patent for this
at Candler. Later on Miss Hall will article, which is not made here, and when doctors and all reme-
dies failed. The Old Standard !
go to Georgia for the summer. under our monstrous laws phenacetine At length I was inducedto
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cannot be sold In this country ex try Electric Bitters and the result

k That Throbbing Headache cept by the holder of the patent, and was miraculous. I improved at once.

Would quickly leave you, if you used his price is $1 an ounce wholesale.Our Now I'm completly recovered." For Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic

Dr. Jung's New Liver Pills. Thousands patent laws were originally devised Liver' Kidney, Stomach and Bowel

of sufferers have proved their to encourage scientific Investigation troubles Electric Bitters is the only <
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous but in such cases as this the medicine. Only 5Oc. It's guaranteedby has stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales
opposite effect is produced. No mat-
Headaches. They make pureblood Anti-Monopoly Drug Store andTyding's One and Half Million bottles. record
ter if you should find out a new pro- over a Does this
and build up your health. Only :>c. cess for making phenacetine under & Co., druggists. m

Money back if not cured. Sold by this infamous law no phenacetine can of merit appeal to you? No Cure No Pay. 50G

Ant Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- be made or sold here except by the FOIEYSKIDNIYCUMBakes ,

dings & Co. m holder of the patent, who is at liberty, Kidneys and Bladder Right Enclosed with every bottle is a Tea Cent Package of CHOVt'S BLACK HOOT UVUL PELt


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1JIPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Hundreds Htar the Exercises of The Firemen's Banquet largely Attended I\ House Refuses to Pass Senate Bill-':
C OW TEMPERATURE PRICES!
the Graduates of the Ocala Monday Night-Speeches A Substitute Bill is Passed.

,1ta. \\' f. High School. TALLAHASSEE: May 30.
at dew" t'l'rua.. number attended the
large an. Special to the Ocala Banner
The opera house was packed: Friday .
I nual banquet of the firemen at the By a vote of l-S to :21:! the house today
of J.ckMf j
)It- f>Wierp| +rklliall, night from stage to gallery whichnot To reduce Straw Hat stock
tll.tionlonl18y: night. refused to pass the senate bill paying our
nf AIlw. }:toile
till'. t* tk* guest only shoos! the hold popular education -
The room was tastefully decoratedwith i Colonel Wailes &77.0IJO as his fee in we have Cut the Prices and will
)I flUff. __ __ has on our people but also the ,
pot plants flowers, flags and assisting in securing the by
)Jn. I. Oitm.*...T .nJ children great popularity the graduates of and firemen's passage now fit you out At Cost. Save
symbols- imphmert? congress of the Florida Indian war
DtwAiI,uUc IWch Siiunlay toppead the class of 03.
.. The scene was pleasing and animating claims, but instead placed a substitute Money on Present Needs.
rbme thnr.Tar. The orchestra a;aiu put tile large
and those were in I
present bill fixiug his compensation at
audience under obligations to it by
J. & Berry, of Conuer was in every way representative.After *: 25Oai.Wailes'. >. I
rendering a number of beautiful selections.
Asia $ tu.tayaol made thin office aphastet :1 the serving of ice cream, cake friends were unsuccessfulin

UL' ral1. and iced tea, Mr. T.E. Biggs,on behalfof tbeir efforts: to hatbe substitutebill W SHOE CO I
CHAMBERS
Rev. J. A. Hendry opened the ex- J, ,
the chief of the department, welcomed indefinitely postponed.It I .,
)I".C. K.to'.ge and children returnii erdses with prajer. I i
those present most happilyand is not believed that the senate

g,tnrd.y from a week's viit to The stage on which were seated the Chief Bull called on the follow. will concur in the house substitutebill OCALA, FLORIDA I

rtkllvw at Lakeland. six graduates, the High School teachers in the order in which
--- ing they are and Wailes may not be paid anything I IOMMERm

Mr. H A Ford, Miss Emily Stoles- and Rev Mr. Hendry was very named and all responded in appropriate by the present legislature.The vwwvwwwvs

bet, and Ml.d Emily Ford left & tastefully decorated with the class: I and highly eulogistic speeches session' was stormy and the ,

arssy DieM for \ew York.- colors, while and gold, and quantities I viz: Hon H. W. Long, Gen Robert debate heated. Biflock, Abrams and

of potted plants. Bullock Editor Harris, Editor Bit- J Webb made powerful speeches for the L BANK. OGALt
GMklll le ft Saturday! for I
Mr. Fred The members of the class' are the
tinger, Mr. R. G. Blake land Attorney pas'lageor the senate bill,and Strozier,
Bio JUdge e* .rlnK' Virginia where following: Mr. Oscar Glenn Roller, wadski
Gilchrist and Rivers led the opposi
fct will spend bU oummer vacation. Misses Charles Edmund Jetford", Branch Commercial Bank Jacksonville f
Some cf the efforts were above the tion and were successful in passingthe [ ] : :

)lr.J. F. Carlton has returned to 1 I Jessie India Palmer Pauline Sullivan : ordinary postprandial speeches, those substitute measure.
Annie Edwards and CAPITAL S 50,000I I
Leafy
Montgomery, Ala. to pursue his I IItudlet of Mr. Long's and General Bullock's The matter caused sweat excitement -

10 the Maaaey Busiuess ColMr. I II Nourine t;)lvt'liter. being earnest and eulogistic Mr. Bit. I and is still being discussed with [

I The five young girls graduates, in tinger's animated and patriotic and more or less animation. B. : Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited. I

their beautiful white gowns formed as Mr. Zewadski's humorous and wity. Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care. f
Wilier Hawkins of JacksouTillt -
fair a picture as one could wish to those Chief Miss Barksdate to Wed Mr. AndersonAn Exchange Bought and Sold. t
Among present were
formerly resident this city ,
look upon and :Mr. Roller looked wellin approaching wedding of interesting t
and Mrs. Bull, General and Mrs. Bul-
vu a prominent vUitor to Ocala 8at- INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS
conventional black. lock, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. liigga,Mt aodMI'8. to friends throughout the state I

trey. Misses Edwards, Sullivan and Fyl- is that of Miss Ethel Clarice Barks.
George Taylor Mr. and Mrs. R. .A
Kb! Myra McMllUn of Gainesville, vester each rendered in a most de- dale and Mr. James Allen Anderson, i
G. Mr.
lUlI.ke. and Mrs. G. W. Mar.in <
urtTcd in Ocala Friday afternoon lightful manner the following recitations Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Benjamin Mr. both of Augusta; which will take >

std U lh. goe t of bet uncle, Col L. ""Th of Some Bells," S A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
: Story and Mrs. J. K. Wilson, Miss Briggs, place on the evening of Wednesday, ,

P. MUl r. "Sandalphon" and "The Madonna of Miss Jennie Bull and <<:quite number June 10th at 8 o'clock, at the home

Dr. E. L ilcTjre, i retired physi- Pa'.os" all of which were thoroughly of other young ladies. of the bride's parents, Mr. and )Irs.I S. A. STANDLEY & CO. 1

Thomas Oa., is iu and received I
ciao of county, enjoyed very generous Altogether there were about Robert Toombs Barksdale. on Greene
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Ocala the guest of hid nephew, Mr. applause.Mr. I street.
seventy-five present ana it proved to i
0. g, bcotl.Thcr Roller delivered an essay entitled Miss Barksdale has been a great social I II
be one of the most pleasant functions Feed and Sale Stables
"The Triumphs of Time." It I favorite ever since she made ber Livery,
were nix accessions to the of the season.A > I .
was a good essay and be was listenedto I debut and has often been a popular .
Baptist clurch Sunday; and quite a -
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Family Reunion. visitor in Atlanta.
somber were baptized after the service most attentively by his many We carry the most complete
friends. Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.Anderson is a popular young

Sunday-nljht- Miss Palmer's essay "The Veil that Robert G. Blake entertained at a business man of Augusta and is connected line of Harness, Saddles, etc., :

Mr. and Mr*.Tow Johnson returned Hides the Future is one of Mercy"was family reunion. Only relatives were with one of the leading banks. in central Florida, and will give ,

Bundtyfreiu Wlnona Misa., where a splendid one and "admirably present and It was the first time in Both he and Miss Barksdale have a our patrons the very lowest +

thrj bate beta vl.ltlng friends and delivered. Besides: ber essay Miss II many years that the entire family host of friends: interested in their approaching

rrUUm fur Mveral weeks. Palmer rendered two instrumentalsolos had been together and of course the wedding which will be prices. We are thoroughly ,

Mr. John lleaniou came down from and played the aecompaiments I evening was a most memorable and I quite an event in Augusta society. equipped for fitting out turpen- 1

for the ladies who recited. happy one. Members of the immediate I The above notice together with a
young tine and lumber teams
JtckioaTillv duuday afteruoou to gear,
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Miss Jetf rda also played an iustru family prevent were Mn. Blake's I picture of Ml.-s Barksdale appeared in
tp-odaf.w dada with bU parents ,
mental MO. These young l.dies are mother, Mrs, is. F. Sanders, of Auburn I Sunday's: Atlanta Journal. wagons, etc. ,-. ;I
)lr, and Mr*, J. lleardon.
both talented musicians and by their Alabama; her brothers, Messrs, -- --

JiM F Fienbur, after a few day's: playing added much pleasure to the G. R. Sanders, of Auburn Ala., L. B. leifiess Cirit to Cue We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

riait In Ocala with Misses (;race and evening. Sanders, of Brooksville, R. H. San- I by local applications as they cannot Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagon

litre More returned her home at ders, of Dunnellou, and B. H. Sanders reach the diseased portions of the ear.
) Miss Jeffords recited the class poem I North Side Court Houe. Onilu. Ha
Duooellou saturday afteruoou.Mr. which was
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G. W. Martin, of this city. Others
It tine production and
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Ben JUieiaauer will gu abroad remedies. Deafness is caused by an ,
will be produced in there coluwns to- present were Mr. R. W. Siatrunk, of
UtU lummer. He will visit Paris I inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
morrow morning. :. Montgomery, Ala., a nephew of Mrs. i WE EAT MEAT
&rllo.'I.ooa. Hamburg London, i
Blake Miss Carrie S.iwrord of ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
Ope.I
Miss Jeffords is the honor graduateof I
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Limpool and other European cities. thecla-ssof '03 and for this distinction I lika, Ala., a neice of the hostess this tube inflamed you have rumb- i To grow strong. Unless w e get

I ling bound or imperfect hearing, and good meat we may as well let
MUs Lois :Melton of and Mr.
quite a crowd of the reboot children she was awardtd with htr diploma Opelika lID *
,.I G. W. Martin. when it b entirely closed, Deafness is 1'. f it alone. There i is no strength
fBjojed a pieD Iat Silver tpriugSaturJiy a scholarship to Eliz+beth College -.
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!I the and unless the inflammation n' c = Instead of
The result in tough meat- glv.lug
was delightfully spent
evening
Tbt'Y'ert! i'haironedby Charlotte, N. C. which was
I can be taken out anti this tube restored -
Mr*. F. L. Wat+ou and MiLeDa.. otlerered some time since by the with music, games, conversation/ etc., to its normal condition hear = it takes! strength to digest I

and late hour refreshments were it. It pays to be careful la
&1loc k. trustees of said! college, to the at a ing will be destroyed forever; nine rli f

Mle.es Pauline and Helen Mlxou, members! of the class who should win served. cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh buying meat-be sure to get

Mrs. Sanders Mr. G. R. Sanders I which i is nothing but an inflamed con the best-tender and fho -e.m .
after! a few day'n visit in Ocala with first honors. We extend our siucer-
and Mr. Sistrunk left yesterday after dition of the mucous surfaces. + 1 Pay a little more if need U a a l
their sister, Mra. C. J. Phillips returned est congratulations to this fortunate We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor r
noon for their Alabama homes. The rnt put something in your stomach
Sunday) to their home at young lady and predict for her a any case of Deafness (caused toy _
has the winter in this which will put yeah on year
former spent
that be cured
WitlUtoo.Mn brilliant future. catarrh) cannot by

The house almost trembled with city while the latter have only been Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- u rA% 4 h+ 1+e bones and strung blood in yvu-r

Alfred and her daughter Miss here for a few days.A : lars; free.F. I heart.EDWARDS .
at the conclusion of each
Berenice Alfred returned to their applause J. CHENEY *: Co., Toledo, 0.
effort and the young graduates were Runaway.Mr. BROS.
Rain at Port Ingll* Friday afternoon. I Sold by Druggists, 75c.

i overwhelmed with quantities of J. F. Meredith, who recently Hall's Family Pills are the best. Stalls :: and 4 City Market, Ocala, Ha. IG.nJj
> Mis Alfred has: been attend I
flowers, candies books and oth rmemeotot'J erected a saw mill near Leroy was in
I SUUoo University the Flinch Party
past year.Mr. : from .admiring friends Ocala Friday and bought a fine !; !!ffiLY; *' t!!!!: I :'1t"'f'J:
-- Thursday night Miss Jessie Me-
L. B. Sanders after a brief visit and well wishers. horse from Messrs. Crosby & Hall anda -
David entertained a number of her
to Ocala with bU sisters, Mi*. It. G. At the conclusion of the exercises, buggy from Messrs. elver a.:.
young friends at the home of her par-
Bak! and Mrs. (l. M. Martin returned Prof. Yarn in delivering the diplomas, MacKay.As E. DELOIJESTHARDWARE.Sash
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McDavid in
to bls home at Brookaville Satur made an admirable address: in which soon as the animal was hitchedto ,
the fourth ward. The delightful
41, afternoon. He was accompanied he paid he class and the faculty very the vehicle and Mr. Meredith
game of flinch was played during a
fcj W. nrice, Miss Jtiwie Lou Martin, high compliments.The seized the lines, the horse became Stable .
portion of the evening Miss
, who will visit him for several weeks. benediction was then pro- frightened and unmanageable.After .
I McCredie ot Micanopy, who is visiting
, nounwd by Rev. J. A. Hendr). circling the public square andDoors 1r.1-r Farming
her cousin Miss McDavid, was a
l' Mr. F. L. Grantham of Ft. McCoy, three times one of the lines gave Lay PL"'I Tools. .
the guest of honor at the party. The ,
t was (a Ocala Saturday and made this A Pleasant Picnic. the vehicle struck the curbing and
rooms were tastefully decorated with Ready Mixed
otilh a very pleasant call. Mr. Gran- Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. A. Mr. Meredith was thrown out bet .
ferns and pot plants. Paints Etc. -V
&him ,,111 spend the summer !In the Goin gave a very pleasant picnic to sustained no serious injuries. The
Paul'Durand
Sweet music was rendered by
F: fcortL. and will perhaps combine busl- Silver Spring for her guests Mrs. buggy however was somewhat de-
and George Simpson and at a
BMB with pleasure and attend John Jettords and Miss! Porter molished.
a late hour "home, sweet home" was
r i tomt bu lnei college during his ab- Fitzgerald, of Clearwater.The The Ocala Seed Store.Is .
Woce.Drs. affair ws thoroughly enjoyedby ft cure a toll In one day. played. The guests then departed

Mrs. Coin's guests who were Mrs. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- thanking Miss Jessie for most En-

f J. E. Chace and R. D. Fuller Jeffords, Miss Fitzgerald, Missed lets. All druggists refund the money joyable evening.You the U -To-Date Concern of this city and will
if it failea to cure. E.:: W. Grove's
t Warned home Saturday morning Charlie and Edna Jeffords Pauline signature is on each box.-25c be glad to serve its customers in any way possible

. Sullivan, Jessie Palmer, Annie Mae know what you are taking.
attended don't in line what want send
Jeflords and Mr. 1 If we carry our you
Mrs. Ed
take Grove's Tasteless
Standley When
. the annual meeting of the The Methodist Episcopal church you
Dental W. M. Dale."The Chill Tonic because the formula is I I to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
,f.. Association of Florida. Dr. had two accessions Sunday morning .
; plainly printed on every bottle showing what it be.
matter
Clue was elected of the J. B. McCorkle joining by letter may
as-
president
Ocala Banner Is the best of that it is simply Iron and Quinine

"l odation. this U a very great honer its kind"-that's the judgment of the from PinevlUe N. C., and L. V. Izlar in ft tasteless form. No Care No Pay l
BAXTER CARN Manager.
>bd wu most worthily bestowed. people. by profession of faith. Price 50 cents. ,

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a-' Governor Jennings will make a I : the field would have a peculiar sign
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mistake if he sets aside the recommendation --- .1 ficance.-Lobbyist! in Pensacola Jour- Jim Damps A little girl pouestcd

:' ?. V. LuTengool, Baskets Kaaager. of the Democratic Executive ; FROM THE STATE PRESS. :.1 I" nal. i : ': Whom loss of appetite distressed.

I 4.4. "I des taa't eat 1" the ckild .,,14I .
Committee of this county and rtfuaea! I
...................$4..... :I IAN I HIS PLAX OF CAMPAIGN. : \ scream.
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to appoint E. L. Carney to succeed Jim fixed a dish of "Force with
CA'KIXD REMARK. i Jim Alexander will soon start out C .V cream
E. P. Thagard as tax collector. ;

It looks like Lobbyist Wailes has I I on his car paign. He will visit every -U- She tasted it, then,joy for him
There are no divisions in the democratic
used some money to good advantagewith I county in the second district. Mr. \' She begged for more from 'Sau7
party in Marion county and Jan."
II NUn certain papers of the state. Alexander says he intends to patronize U
the rank and file are determined that

Tampa Times.When thd newspapers liberally, at he ,.
there shll be none.
...! considers this the best and cheapest I "
Mr. Carney won with hands down _
Frank Adams wins: that
I i mode of reaching the people. He remembers -
in the rare before the executive
$10,000 from the Lake City paper, and Forc
1; what elected R. Hudson
Em'CL MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING committee and ia fairly. entitled to
Bob MeNarnee the $30,000 from John
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TOTAKE Burr.-DeLand News.HoggofTexaslon .
the nomination and if the action of
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CARE OF THEMSELVES HAS Denbam, we may expect to bear something ....
t111t. TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES I the committee is set aside be will
drop in Florid politic*.-Pala-
WITH THE COMMON FEOPLE I ago joined the The Be&.11.r.o&rn Ccrca1 _
have a walk over in a primary.
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR tka Herald. ranks of the plutocrat Bailey of

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE Indeed, we do not believe he will .... a good fairy to _
BOTTOM -- Texas recently made a $50,000 winning -
have any opposition.We It is perfectly apparent that ex all youngsters.
ia Wall street and has sold his _
1I do not believe that there is a Senator Wilk. Call hail foresworn poli-
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903. ranch to capitalists for } OOOOO. Jonesof
democrat in the county who would tics once and for all. He has successfully P.rf.
rood
I et for ChlUran.
Arkansas
IS the high cockalorum: of
permit his name to be used in the linked his fortunes with J. P. "Wheat ii a perfect summer cereal tad _
Notwithstanding it i is a "dry" the round bale trust. Hlone of }lis. effort should be mad. to teach chlldna
race against him-certainly none of Morgan and is now in the ranks of tO Ml it." LOCXIB E. B00AW
:J JFu county there 1 ia a good deal of lawlessness souri bas been taking fees from cor- IA "Bow to Teed Children., '
those whose names were before the the detested capitalistsPensacola _
: in Polk county, viz: Murders, porations such as the baking powder
executive committee would do News.
tI assassinations! lynchings, etc. so. -'n-v............. trust and our own ex-Senator Call w- _
I A large majority of the democratsof
II t tIpp Senator Adams put in a vote against beards the octopus in his den and
The Atlantic National Bank, soon this county are determined to hold
paying Wailea and Beard something comes away with $50,000. Whither _
: to be established at Jacksonville, bas up the hands of executive committee, _.. _c. 'u_ ;:::;;:
or $77OOO,(( ( (or work they failed to accomplish are we drifting.-St Augustine Re. CALIFORNIA AND FLORIDA. of endurance I
bought out the First National Bank and it were as silly to bay at the speot twatj.
Ed1k. in collecting the Indian war cord. years iu Call C1rol. and
of the State of Florida, of which Jno. moon as to think otherwise. .... The last bay. 'hld
issue of Freedom
Col. C. C.Post' .
claims bill. lit. Adams was willingto ten in Florida
N. C. Stockten was presidentThe With the executive committee .behind WHAT ARE THE LIABILITIES? years taoiawr t.4 .....
pay them 525,000-and that was too paper, contains a comparison ter, and I know what I ...
an ,. {
'7 him turning him down will The state treasurer "
balanceof
2. legislator of Florida will never much. Perhaps Blount, Rainey & Co. reports a between the above named states! from like California winters but
: the .
.
be guilty of taking any great sums of i make Mr. Carney the most popular: feel! better as it is, tbough.-Jasper $1, 1,046,58 cash on hand. The 1 the pen of Rev. H. W. Thomas, of mers are awful with .
I tttr
money as bribes. There isn't enough man in the county and he will be tx state of Florida has become a "bloatedbondholder" Chicago. bw...,

News. heat and a dryiMi .lbt &kjevrry ...... .
7I .: room in the state to hide a healthy collector or something better. 44* under Jennings' reign. The distinguished, gsntnnan : .
euys
.q sum.-Atlanta Journal. -DeLand I particle &f OOt', ...... .....
LOOKS LIKE LIDDO.V AND DAVIS.It News. "It ia ouly with southern Californiathat
S. And yet Florida is just a little big Presbyterian Revision.A braue *ud tevt-r r.Iai. 1" ".., .}
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ger than Georgia. revision of the creed has been now seems that the political A WEST' FLORIDA Florida, may be compared, and I "For pure air .BJ w. .,. fer ** ,

-- made by the Northern branch of the forces opposed to Congressman R. \%'. CANDIDATE.It in this, only Western Florida, for no I! sbiue and rIo"eoiie Dr.lVwm.
J is now rumored that Hon. W. H. : ---.
Grover Cleveland has been "jolly
Presbyterian church at the presbytery Davis for governor will consolidate part of California is tropical. i 'for timber and aM
I Iw. ..
Milton of i'ariauna Hill not .
ing" the boys of late. enter
newspaper recently held at Los Angeles, Cal. on Judge B. 8. Liddon, f Matianna, "Southern California made upof I line: Florida ; aDd tbi fottM to s. N*|

That is rather a serious sign, especially i- Dr. Henry'anDyke, according to'' and that he will be a candidate in the the race for governor, but will throw mountains and valleys, the mountain I California I Una agrat efeMwr y

remembered his strength to his fellow-townsman
when how
it is the ,
the Savannah News, says three main coming campaign. In this case we are rugged: and those nearer the coast! the cities oftb oortb, BUT tiMtK
c -. "stuffed prophet" was once wont t3 Judge Liddon, who will be a candi- ts
points were settled by the revision, shall have a very pretty gubernatorialrace have little timber, are partly -ovred unhealthy, fcrjudff by (tour ...... ,
cut the d and refuse to beinterviewed. date.-Palatka Herald.
same cro
viz: .,"First, the interpretation of the and above all, a clean one. Both with sage brush and low scrubby I hundreds <.f uW ".... fr.. At
4...
New Enter
-Madison doctrine of predestination by men have clean hands.Starke:: Tele- growth of pine. The valleys are wonderfully I East have grown
Mraaf* >ad M
BACK TO TIlE FOLD. I

;:. prise. _ _ this term I do not mean fatalism; graph. The Hon. Jefferson B. Browne productive, producing every ,; living iyuud lb. fc".* y*N5 tW

: Our neighbor across the way claim- second, the salvation of those who .... variety of grass, clover, vegetables. : 'would have Uu (M..feU b4 (
*
seeuuato r>e up against! it temporarily, 1 ,
!iig to bo a democratic newspaper die in infancy, and, third, good worksare A 1'KOPHET XOT \\ITHOlT IIoXOR fruits aud gwius"", with the one exCeptiou not l'Onl",
but the is of the that
and knowiug something of demo SAVE press opinion of for which it ill Dot. "We 1Ib always good, no matter who does IX IlLS OWN COUNTRY. apple to tffal tu *y tHt
things are not so bad as they look. I :
: cratic tradition and history, calls! the them. These three points are the Judge Liddon's home paper "does well adapted. In point of mountain California is a great, gfwwl.. ..... i

r executive committee of this Browne generally knows where he i inat. abundant ;: The value of tu product tar ... ....
and
county most important in the creed revision, not know he ia to be a candidate for scenery and the general

; a "convention." Borrowing a familiar and I believe they have been rightly ,ovt'roor." Oh, well, not even a local .-Pensacola Pre..
phrase, the people "je-'laf and settled at last." paper is expected to know everything.Tell JEFF IS KESOURCEFCL. but in other respects it falls", tweeu Ln.. Auglvai $6a&a li.kri

we P"the #r..' ....... -t e..
laf. A COMPARISON MADE. the Judge great men are usually: It appears as though tome one B behind Florida. The scarcity of water
olive growing r.- ion, tfe ...'.... Is...
; R. (J. Mitchell a Gtorgia judge, is The following comparison of the small potatoes at home-if the gubernatorial endeavoring to make political capitalout and timber M everywhere felt. The and
orchard oftfe** .......... .e
an iconoclast.; He has reduced all the salient points of difference between possibility came to Jacksonville of that Monroe county armory fall of rain limited in quantity and
world and were tefet that UMM lisii
practicing attorneys in his circuit to the old creed and the new one will he would be promptly interviewed case. However, if Jeff Browne ia to occurs only at certain and distant
were worth $**) per .....
::; civil ranks. He says that if they illustrate the changes that have been his pnotograph trotted out and be downed, other methods will haveto periods. Iirigatiou w at. ueceanary "The
w uoJo uwtatry h feu of fli
: want to be captains, majors, colonels made: his own people informed of his great- be devi ed. Browne is a resourceful and costly outlay of labor and money.
aud the botdaevefj. ........
and generals they must join the Old Creed. Revised Creed. ness.-Times-Union. fighter and is slill popular with I The price of wood and coal averages!
ed
aDd .
wauyetela, tfc* ...... ...
Elect infants
dyWe believe that 4444 the masses. Some politician will f2 per cord and t>n.
title
in his
army-that no circuit
goes iug in infancy. are all dying in iufao Tonic pl.cn.! are |* *t"I... we. sad
but the plain American one of miste regenerated. and cy are included in STILL AFTER FKA>K ADAMS. find this out 'ere long.-Palatka "In Florida there is plenty of rain,

r saved by Christ the election of Frank Adams, president of the senate Herald. the springs burst fourth everywhereand appoiuimeuts*\ t.. .inri.aie ..'

.. which means a gentleman. Neither are any'grace. .... wind their ways high. S>M.dM*. ('sliforisis ..
the tiny streams pretty
'. other redeemed by should not be overlooked as a ..

The candidate for mayor in Jacksonville Christ, effectually No man ia condemned party to the gigantic scheme to extort A LONG, DRY WAIT. wa1*over the whole country, and the tint objective p.t aft)* fwrt

seemed to have bad a. bad called. justified, except on Every four years is often enough for there not on earth or better railroads, the trtio are UM adopted sanctified the ground of his I money from the people. He gave certain purer
time. A horse with Bur-
ran away and caved, but thesln., members of the delegation in Florida's legislature to meet. Some drinking water. The one great De- W Wt, &*4 bM

bridge, throwing him from the vehicle elect onlv. i the corn parities of many ll *e .%.
that politicians, and Tallahassee's saloon Funiak stands", alone-the largest and
Tallahassee understand he
to
Nor the rates
and injuring his knee. Nolan Pope are low. It U the n wt wtlhlr

of Rome in auyi The claim of any would not submit to any repeal of the men cannot be expected to think so, best in the world. And as for timber advertised touatrj ou e.nb sad. *..
: and Bow den had knock out fight sense be the head man to be the vie-
thereof, but is the'ar' of Christ and the Gillen amedments. But, he would but a great many other people do, and and wood, the great: hud: side pine number of vUitonk ilcu** ...,..
and Holliusworth the labor candidate -
I. anti-Christ hat head of the church consent to theCitizen' League nam if the present session is a sample of stand up in beauty and strength, by belief, and the Ox**; p..u... Mfj

was badly defeated. A second man of sin and son:is unspiritual.of year into Ibis r ftoi! cii 1Mi'll N
J*rditiou. : ing the bond trustees a pretty fair the next one to come, we can very ; the million, and there ia an abundant estimated."It ,
primary is to make the
necessary Works done by I concession, indeed. It is possible well afford to wait ten years for it supply of scrub oak and olhergrowths,
nomination. unregenerate men) Works done by tt'tII.I' tttr...... tbal 6411 4tH
Gainesville :.Star.AND so that fuel is plenty and cheap, and
are.'un' that, with such an unscrupulous man south
-- -- they regenerate men III) wue b agrrr tatt', aU1 .

LOOK tberefore, sinful!* they come at the head of the Florida state senate, 4... the side pine knots make the easiest, be s" eOn41isratI.I hUM ......
OUTFOR and cannot please; short of what God MORGAN, TOO.
: God. (req uire!. that senatorial "courtesy" will still gladdest and most cheerful fire to be The middle iatt* aa.,. all tl .biS'
Now Cromwell Gibbons has, it is found tie of the .
anywhere. mountain M..*,,. astttt
MALARIA. I be adhered to.-Lake City Citizen-
I Don't Read the Ocila Banner Very i iI I Reporter. thought, launched his boomlet for "Florida excels California in the climate, rich v....*,.. varied >'r<.......

Au epidemic of Malaria is sure to follow Closely. 4444- governor, while there is a move or wild berlies, as the black and huckleberries The (julY 8Ule< have all UM ..*.

the wet season and the high waters Well, well, well! How Frank Har- POOR BROWNE. talk of forcing Hamilton's' Railroad tion for the murf f.'uh'tt l rwMrtt rf

E rE. whidi have prevailed all over the ris is calming down Four years ago Burr and Morgan will henceforth Commissioner, Hon. John L. Morgan, and with the mastery over health rest! aud r4Mir, dit$4, **

: South. Malarial and kindred fevers constitute the of the "soil"-which is but a question ot winter, and the U.... iB *r . in his Ocala Banner he roasted a contributor working portion into the race, with the firm belief
will develop to an alarming extent. Florida Railroad Commission.! Jeff time, will have the advantage in large part of tby iVifl ***lin..i
to the Leesburg Commercial that he can capture the plum from all will change tit
General health conditions will be bad; Browne will be the figure head of the growing peaches. Aa to melons, eoorw and will
every precaution should be taken. as disgracing civilization and the rest the others yet mentioned. Mr. Mor- in our own near f3.,tbUo4! .bat .Mto
r commission as the two first named Florida can have no competition.
of the world by suggesting Clevelandfor gan would be a hard one to beat.- now seeking ia dtetait < 'aiifcf**.

I The SJst.m Must Especially B. For a third term. Now he sits idly by commissioners are at outs with Chair- Jasper News. to climate and health, we can bat and not alone for |4a&M of rvwft M'

tified to Resist Malarial Attacks. man Browne and will work together, think and feel that California must! for permanent bo.....
saying never a word and lets Col. ....
A trial of fifty years has demonstrated Browne's accepting of the 11,000 fee suffer in the general cow parsion. I tFunhk tthouId have a NSf4

that for this emergency, Dr. lIar- VVatterson do the roasting, while the for lobbying through the $lOOOO, reimbursement AS TO LIDDON. "In California there is every day a ting railroad aa.1 a lr, IUy hM ..eM t

I: ter's Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron is Tampa Tribune and the Brooklyn at Key West for its armory If Judge Liddon is to be a candidatefor i marked change, a chill in the air to- I coast and the gued {'bau......... .......

the fighting element in the blood, and :Eagle daunt the Cleveland standardin governor, the Times-Courier does be doubled ia aaaatore and pUWW
and his efforts have the ward evening, growing colder as the i
,-. the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Har- the face of an astounded democracy. building to not know it. There is one thing we and let us hope and *.rk IbM '

ter's Iron Tonic la just the headquarters of the railroad commission sun goes down and continuing duringthe may soon be re-alted.
kInd
J the Perhaps the Cleveland boom has do know, however, and that is if he ..
system requires to successfully combat changed, have incurred the ever- night and until the sun is well up Here (.'01. llo.tt again M>* ...
struck Brother Harris dumb and left does entertain such idea be
k malarial conditions. Don't wait until I'" lasting displeasure of his colleagueson any in the morning. These changes of:20 Ida ia not equal to ( 'ahfunll& t> .

you are attacked. Take it now and fortify him in a btate of speechless stupefac- the commission and they will would not make a public announcement or 30 degrees must tend to produce soil aDd prwduotiuuii I. out it if'"

r' yourself; it is an absolute safeguard 1]I tion. Has he no language to do the I of it twelve or eighteen monthsin ahead of it iu elisMtr A 11'l .,,
make his service in that of little rheumatism and catarrah. We were
L and, at the same time, it i is the beet subject Justice? If not, we will lend : body advance of the election.Marianna the eearetoty 0( water In .,,1undI.;

r! tonic and invigoraut for the entire system. I' him a 40 pound dictionary warranted a.ccount.-St. Petersburg Sun. Times Courier.MR. never in any. place, not even Chicago I theat'a.one tbat frniwuiiy Ie' ...**

:- Oa the other hand, quinine disturbs -! 'a 444 where there is such constant guarding or eight ittootiw aIUl..t aKy "
i to contain the largest number of the ....
r the system and its cumulative WHAT IF IT SHOULD BE LIDDOX? i against 'taking cold' as in California, I! rain; the etMtof trnuaidiflkulty -,,II w... LIlt
,
.
.
: most elegant and :: SPEAKER GIBBJNS.Hon.
paralyzing objurga. :
poison begets greater physical troubles of ilwI3a I/.r w'
[, "Another candidate has been addedto and we are told it is so all the year
than those it ia employed to remedy. tions of modern times.-Punta Gorda Cromwell Gibbons, speaker of I It; aIeo the siouvelty ..r rw li' '

t;' Where a bad case of chronic Malaria I, Herald. the long list of gubernatorial aspirants the houe of representatives, is des- around. Ou the other hand, the heatin deu eban.... frow th>- U. i "**

-. already exkta, take- DR. HARTER'S i I '' in the person of lion. Benjamin tined to take high rank among the the summer ia lees! oppre:;ive than I d.,) to tb* ttLftotAUI. f.r .II' Mtfj
"Thou Shalt Not Kill.
FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It i is I S. Idddon formerly of the supreme public men of Florida. He is probablythe in Florida." wu there is Dilly rl". ".<,.' '.'1> .... ,

guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents. I! In the suit of Brake against Calli- court.The writer had the pleas. 'Here Col. Post adds: ["I want to j chronic oaurrfa Iber" IUa iU i4
elected to the
BUT IF YOU WILL son the plaintiff was warded damagein youngest man ever state iu the .iuo. WLn, *....
here that the heat in California is .
I ure of seeing Judge Liddon here not say
speakership of the house, but in the Chicago .. If"* t.**
I the amount of $6,000. This wasa twenty j r a.
I IF- I long and he was not at that time far more oppressive than in Honda.
HARTER'S case from Alachua county triedin ago, fair, impartial and efficient discharge fornia I bad dr4 of the 'h4I. *

seen to be suffering from any undue There is a peeulurity about the heat found it great .iml.', blot' .-
IRON TONIC the United Rates court. Young ot his duties has proven himself fully i very

political ambition. It is, of course; equal to the occasion and the splendid in the middle of the day in Californiathat I aging it up, iu. ftdvtnUff** I"adyantagee -
You Won't Have Malaria. Price $1. Brake was taken up for ...,
vagrancyand
quite within the bounds of possibilitythat he is is unbearable; it burns and dries J ha4 bullllh' lu -

All dealers handle, or send to DR. was sent to the convict camp, be has since record making as a presiding and plain of. Hut never fur ..Utl Jt Ita" -
his one the
changed mind up produces greatest discomfort -
: HAKTER MEDICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio. leased by Callison. The young boy officer is a strong bid for higher hon- I found perfeet utieffteuue *N ***
and really means to make the whereas in Florida there
; refused to work and he was whippedand race. ors and an earnest that he will wear ; is place have llr.4 wtill eu** "

FlEr H< stn.Tex,AUC. 1,190L Should he do so, it will be interestingto them no discomfort! about it; it ia temperedby Florida. When Florida has MeA"
VAar -i ha** used Dr.Harter' it is claimed that he died from wortbly.-Bradford County
r.y Iron Tonic tajtxlt and in my: observe what effect his aspirationswill the most delicious breezed imaginable I much ftJvtrtU ** ahr.u& **
family for over twenty-fife years,and the effects of the injuries received Telegraph. t'
can heartily recommend it. 1 regard Ha have upon those with whom the and every hour of the day I when-by rea* o of l"'ID plf '
*particularly valuable ward ott malarial from the whipping.
road liuw b .. have
and other levers. Hon. William H.Milton, Jr., is popularly -I Have you marked the growing and night, even the hottest weather, I -we *
.1.H.ILyrs, fire, Florida will nut''I'I" b&1t f'
Land and Emigration Ajt,Frisco Line Fernandina has thirty feet of water credited. Both men are from cheerfulness of the ice man?Fernan is easily bearable without calling on ..eJ--
enough for her visit ,rs all-) bet
L UMMw i-..........1aI1a&tIIII a4 and a straight channel to the j -
sea. Marianna, and as the latter has hitb dina Star. one's fortitude or arousing the spirit i thy settlers,

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VOL. XXXVI, NO.6. OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 5 1903 OOLL.A k A \v.\\' <-- t


t J13A EUZA3ZT2 mBIS. Local Editor-I I PIANO RECITAL TUESDAY NIGHT- Death of a Prominent Citizen. i McNflMEE'S BILL IILLED. A Pleasant Dance Wednesday Night -- j !

This community was profoundly The gentlemen of the younger. society SCALP HUMOURS : I

ABOUT TOWN shocked learn of the sudden deathof
1 HAPPENINGS Miss to set dance
Gamsby's Pupils Give their Appropriation Bill of One Million and gave a at the armory a

Annual Concert at the Ocala Capt. J. A. McDavid, which occurred a Half Passes Senate-Stock Wednesday night in honor of the f
J. BUrr Sternberger returned
I
Mr. House at his home at Fellowship ton's Forces Will Unite on young lady graduates of the class of Itching Scaly and Crusted
from a business visit to i
Tuesday I ,
Tuesday night a large and cultured Monday night at 8 o'ciock. The Burr for Governor. /' '03. A number of the older crowd Irt

Tsmpa ____ audience assembled at the Ocala I cause of his death is supposed to have TALLAHASSEE, FLA.. June :. were also their guests at this dance. With Loss of Hair ,
T. X. Davis an old battled
Mr. been heart failure.
House to listen to and enjoy the annual Special to the Ocala Banner, I It was largely attended and was an "
scarred veteran paid in a pleasant McDivid to this .
recital of Miss Kate Gamsby's Capt. came county McNamee's turpentine bill was killed unusually enjoyable occa ion. Very i

wI Tuesday. music class. in 1-166 and engaged largely in the milling i. in the house by a large majority.I delightful music was furnished by Speedily Cured by Cuticura : I

Rev. L. B. Warren will leave sometime There are twenty pupils in 'the and mercantile business and also I Ii i The bill raising the governor's salary I Mr. Leon Fishel and the dancing was
cotton broker. He held several Soap and Ointment I
next week for a six week's visitto class who played in the concert and was a j to five tnouaaad passed:; the senate. continued until midnight.

Chicago.On each number on the program was offices of honor among/; which was Appropriation I bill carr, ing one mil- Delicious fruit punch was dispensed ,

splendidly executed and we'regret that of assessor of revenue. I lion six hundred thousand dollars I between d nces.I When Every Other and i
the first Indicative of kidney He honored and beloved Remedy g
was greatly -
J I I
exceedingly that on account of the passed! the senate on second reading The following were those who were
trouble, stop it by taking Foley'a Kid- in his I
Cure' m shortness of our force Tuesday we community.He with no material amendment. Will present: Misses Jessie Palmer, Pau- Physicians Fail. t
nty leaves a wife and a daughter
f' cannot give each one a special mEn- pass finally tomorrow. Brown's bill, line Sullivan, Charlie Jeflord, Annie -

M1ss Hattie Hodge has succeeded tion. Mrs. Hugh Haycraft of this city, anda requiring colleges to deposit one third Edward, Sallie Camp, Eloise Miller, Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap .

MiwXorris as cashier at Rheinauer At the conclusion of their pieces large circle of friends and relativesto I amount appropriated, defeated after Eddie Sparkman, of Jacksonville, and light dressings of Cuticura, the

& Brother's.Mrs. the pertorwers were Showered with mourn his death. sharp contest. It is rumored here Louise Harris, Edna Dozier, Bessie great skin cure, at once stop falling,
J hair,remove crusts,scales and dandruff"
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His remains laid to rest Tuesday !
were -
beautiful floral offerings and other tonight that the Stockton forces have Porter, Beatrice Sinclair, Berenice soothe Irritated, itching surfaces destroy
1
Edward Holder came from
up in the burial i
family grounds at ii
mementoes. i centered on Burr for governor. Gib- I Mark, Florrie Condon Gertie Peyser, hair parasites, stimulate the hair

Dunnellon Tuesday and is at the Miss: Gamsby is a teacher of splendid Fellowship.We I bon's nnti-truit bill Wa kilted in the I Annie Mae Standley, Ethel Robinson, follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply f

fcr?r Ocal House. extend our heartfelt sympathyto the root with and nourishment I
energy
"4. ability and her scholars are all a senate. B. ]I Valeta Potter, Mattie Williams, Violet

Mrs D. E. Wenger, of Juliette, accompanied credit to her. the sorrowing family. I I J j Harris, Johnnie Liddon, Sara Harris, sweet, and wholesome make the hair grow upon a !
,
W. P. Williamson: of the Lake healthy scalp when
by her daughter, visited In the junior class Miss: Nellie! Death of a Little Boy. I Messrs. Emmett Robinson, Charlie all else fails.Millions I
I I II
Kerr section, D. H. Irvine, of Orange
(Ocala Monday. Gottlieb was the happy winner of the The readers of this paper will lie I Martin Troy Hall, Bennie Condon, : of the world's best people

} silver medal and in the senior class pained to learn of the death of littleGeorge I I. Lake; W. P. Moorman, of Graham- Harry Palmer, Clifford Camp Mnxie use Cuticura Soap,assisted by Cuticora
Mr. Godfrey Tompkins:, of Humter- yule; Iv. J. Folks! Juliette; W. E. I Ointment, the great skin cure, for preserving -
Miss Lillian Anderson won the gold the three ye-arold son of Hon. Moody, Alfred Beck, Lee Cox, Authur
flUe, was among the strangers in Allen, McIntosh: ; J. i tf. Weathers, I purifying and beautifying the
medal. George Mathews!!, of this city. I Clark, Bob Mathews; Clifford Ayer, skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts,
town Monday. Leroj ; R. W. Ferguson, Berlin; Mon
The presentation of the medals was For some time the little fellow had I,Osco" Zewad-ki, Byron West, of scales and dandruff, and the stoppng i
tholon Atkinson, Old Town James !
;
Mr. Chas. W. White, after a brief made by Rector Henry W. Little and been fullering from a protruding eye Jacksonville, Albert )Miller John of tilling: hair, for softening, whitt&f f
A. McDavki, Fellowship; R. S. Savage ing and red s'
'
visit ia Ocala, left Tuesday over the tm remarks delivering them were and Friday was seized with convulsions Sullivan, Jean Cox, Lawrence Scott, hands, for soothing baby rashes, rough and lOre
itching and
Montague; A. E. Holliday, Orange ,
Seaboard for Sew York. pleaaiusr: racy and wily. He paid the and died in a few hours. i j Springs; Judge Abhhire, IMle- I Nathan Peyser, J. T. Emerson, H. A. chafing1 irritations, in the form and of inflammatfaM baths for annoying -

class and their i Waterman C. L. Andtrson J. H. ,
,
teacher ,
a very high He who the wind
to
r Mrs. W. D. Graham returned Tues- May tempers view,; Till 'y Hickhon! Lochbie; E. \V. or too free or offensive perspiration, In t
compliment and his remarks were the shorn lamb comfort the hearts of Mathews, W. T. Wheeler MosesLiddell. the form of washes for ulcerative weak-
r
McDonald, Grahamville aud W.T..
short visit to her father, and
day from a I sestet, many antiseptic purp *>*
Mr. J.T. Carter at Fellowship. greatly enjoyed. the bereaved parents. DouhlH, Shady, were among the I i which readily suggest themselves to

Mi s Gamshj's concert is always a utf..r little children to come unto visitors to Ocala Monday.Mr. I Fourth of July Celebration. women, as well as for all the purpreM
b of the toilet, bath and nursery. Ottf-
r Mrs. H. B. Hall, of Acadia is visiting musical treat and lust night the program me." -------- I. II The board of trade, according to the cura Soap combines in oue soap at ow

l: in the city, the guest of her was no ex *epiiou to the rule. Still in Hopes of Finding Oil. W. A. Weerns, the AtlanticCoa.t announcement already made in these price the best skin and completion
soap and the best toilet bath and
I baby 1
brother, Mr. W. D. Graham aud I John W. Pearson, of the PearsonOil Line agent at Homosus, columns i eld a meeting in the council soap in the world.
I I
Ten Years In Bed.! caught splendid Complete treatment for
a tarpon Sunday lw-
& Gas chamber Tuesday afternoon and: every
I family. Company, was seen on ourstrt.'et
P. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind., afternoon. The fish was six feet moor, consisting of Cutieur Soap, ta ;
The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T. writes, "For ten years I was confinedto ; yesterday. Mr. Pearson i is appointed a committee to perfect : cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointmeat,t*>
four inches: long and weighed lipound ) heal the skin, and Cuticura lllto to
will be bed with disease of still for oil the arrangements for the Fourth of July ,
Allen the eye and ear surgeon my my kidneys.wassoseveretbatIeouldnot patientl boring on I I cool the blood, may now be bad for
Thursday eveniug June 11,at the I It : move company's property near Sumterville. -*. Mr. Weems caught this I celebration in this city. The following one dollar i A single sH 13 often j

Monteziioia. part of the time. I consulted the very tarpon iu the Homo-as-sa river at I the committee cient to cure the most torturing&;%-
.
Owing disaster are viMayor
: to snore they are now ,
uring,
itching, burning and IM-
scaly
/ best ImdlCall"klll avaiitle but
sews could only 1600 feet below the surface and False Channel jut: below Homosas.aand Fhhel J. J. Gerig, H. C. Jones, R. R. mours eczema*, rushes and Irriutloa,
Mr. W. Sl 1. Dale who down to relief until :
get no Foley's Kidney
from
after hooking the monster it infancy to age,when all ele fafl .
Carroll and t
C. L.
Cure some time ago they were as: far down Bittinger. ,
attend the graduating exercises Friday was recommended to me. It has .
took him just eleven minutes to land I -- --
, i been a God!! nd:r 0 rue." Post Office aa 1910( feet. The indications are sufficient : -

night returned to Gainesville Drug Store. m to justify; the company to go to a I it. Mr. \Veerni u Justly proud of his Startling Evidence. 1 1i.! Jerry Burnett,
afternoon. Fresh in e
Sunday ratch. testimony great quantity is ,
-- depth of 3000 fet provide they do
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Miss Lucile Humphries, of Oklahoma Took an Overdose of Morphine.Mr. constantly coming in, declaring Dr. :i Merchant
not strike oil nearer the surface.
I ii i Judge W. M. Ived, a prominent King's New Discovery:! for Consumption ,
City, Oklahoma, who i is visitingher C. It. Harvin came to Ocala i I

uncle, Mr. Will Ross, at Himes, Saturday from Hodges near Port Will Hold up the Hands of the Executive citizen of Lake City and well knownin Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. Tailoring.

Committee. Confederate Veteran circles, is in A recent expression from T. J
WM in Ocala Monday. luglU, on the Guf! coast for the pur Florida.
TALLAHASSEE, June 1. the city today and is on the programfor McFarlan Bentonville, Va., serves as Ocala
of having Finest
pose a surgical operation Imported and
MB. E. H. Mote, of Leesburg, sang To tbt Editor the Ocala Baaner. this, afternoon. He will give example. "1 had Bronchitis for three I'
the performed upon him by Dr. D. M. Please state to the people throughout years and doctored all the time without Domestic Cloths. e
a solo at the evening service at I
retniuieusps and anecdotes of the ,
Smith.: The operation wag "to have the county that I deem it my being benifited. Then I began I Cutting SpecialtyFits
1 Baptist church Sunday night which civil war. Judge Ives was: a memberof Dr. New anda Guarantee
been performed Sunday but he was duty as a true democrat to abide the taking Kings Discovery
! WM greatly enjoyed.The the fourth Florida regiment and a few bottles wholly cured me." I i
found at the Carlton House in
an unconscious action of the county executive com- NDCSTRIOCS-PEU
f Epttorth League held an inter- condition. As he had been comrade of Lieutenant L. M. Gra Equally effective in curing all Lung 1) sons W.oXTEDE'ERU in each state to travel! for bouse critbtikM- i
mittee. Hence I shall use every fair ham of this and Throat troubles, Consumption, I!IPneumonia eleven years and with a Urge capita! to call
esting meeting Sunday. Messrs. E. the camp.-We diifwlay's upon mercnants and agents lor luaHllhat.1
drinking before
it
night was and honorable means in my power to and Grip. Guaranteed | profitable line Permanenteugagetneet WHldy s

!r J. Simpson and J. B. Brooks enrolled supposed that he was under the influence secure the appointment of their selection Daily. by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and : cash hotel salary bills of ii advanced t9 and all in traveling cash each u"e.-week. land

their names as members. of alcohol. Early Monday Mr. E. L. Carney. Saturday afternoon Dr. A. L. Tyding'a& Co.. druggists. Trial bot-I and Experience ejclose not self-addressed e&tenti-t Mention envelope reference TilE ;

morning he was still! unconscious and Izlar had a bad runaway. His horse tIes free, regular size oOc, and $ NATIONAM, 334 Dearborn St Chicago.;- f
name Very respectfully,
I
1
r A man by of Duffy
negro -------
was bitched to in front of lr.lcKiy's .
a
post
died at 9:30 o'clock having, it was G. J. STROZIER.
y wu run over Monday by the DunnI
t ellon short train at Dunnellon aDd discovered, taken an overdose of mor- :\ : and became frightened at .........i........i...e.l iiotI

phine. It is not known whether he Dr. Yerger to Lecture. some one passing.! He broke loose
S ...isiisuiIS
literally ground to pieces.Mr. ; .
l took the morphine with a suic-.dal Rev. Dr. Henry S. Yerger will lecture from the post: ard tore down the ........

Albert Miller returned Tues intent or only to relieve his suffering.Mr. in the' Opera House Friday June streets to town, when he was finally IM

Harvin about 5lh 8 Thisis stopped. The buggy which was a
: day from Gainesville, Ga., where he was forty five at p. m on "Matrimony. $ *

years of ae and came to Florida from the best of the lectures given at the brand new one, was almost com-
hu been the months for
for past two
the benefit of his health. Charleston, S. C., some years ago. the DeFuniak Springs Chautauqualast pletely demolished. : MaJking Advertising -

For awhile he taught school at Mont- winter. Admission 2-5 cents, children We are in receipt of announcementcards ---= .

brook and i is said to have been under 1: years 15 cents. to the of
Mrs R. G. Blake entertained a few a good wedding Miss Millicent
This will be a rare treat to Ocala : :
friend: Informally Tuesday for her teacher.It people. Fun and instruction to think Willson and Mr. William Randolph P&.y

guests: Misses Carrie Saiufurd and is not yet known what disposition over during vacation. Hearst, editor of the New York( = Q '

LoU Melton, of Opelika, Ala. will be made with the remains. American. The marriage as already e I Is

I ---- The deceased: was a first cousin to The man who is not being "mentioned" announced took place on Tuesday, s

I : )Ir. C. E. Connor of Gadsden, Ala., the late Sherif Hodge; of this county.A for /governor nowadays certainly April the twenty-eighth. Mr. and
feels that! he is being unduly S One drop of water does not make the oce :
formerly a resident of Ocala but who overlooked by the newspapers and Mrs. Hearst are spending:: the summer P

I I hat beta away from here a number of Runaway Tuesday. their correspondents.-Day Ga abroad. rOne grain of sand will not make a slIt .

Wars: I Is III the city visiting his old Tuesday afternoon while out zette. Miss Annie Darling Howell will be jfik V LOne feather does not make' a bird .

friends. driving Dr. W. H. Powers and Misi married at her home in Atlanta on -
: rOne leap will not make a frog :
IbM Edna Gertrude Pereda experienced an exciting HumorsCome the evening of June 23, to Mr. Alfred
Dozier who has been Spring
I Heath .. IT IS ALL, THE RES' ..
runaway but which fortunatelydid Taylor jr., of Chattanooga.
attending at
Converse
College Spar- not seriously injure them. Dr. to most people and cause many Miss Howell attended Stetson Univer- .. ..
knburg 8. C., returned home Sunday troubles-pimples, boils and other ,
Powers was driving two horses, one sity and several years ago visited Miss .. &ii .
afternoon for her summer vaca eruptions, besides loss of appetite, i
tion. his own and the other a stable horse, Sallie Whitfield in this city. Her .. ..
that tired feeling;, fits of biliousness,
and while going out Exposition street indigestion and headache.The friends here will be interested to learnof SI ..
rapt. T. H. Johnson of this city, .*
they became frightened and d hedmadlyout sooner one gets rid of them the her approaching marriage.
old five car loads of watermelons I
: the street. Just beyondMr. better, and the way to'get rid of them 9 9g

: ,_ Monday for $3 per car. Melons are Faucett's the buggy was overturned and to build up the system that has The Jacksonville Metropolis says I I And so it is with most things in life & =

now being shipped to market very and the occupants was thrown suffered from them is to take that Miss Violet Ingram will bring 9 especially is it true that one advertisem 9

< hpidly. her company of amateurs to Ocala. 9
i. to the ground. Miss Pereda received Hood's Sarsaparillaand The is worker : will not make you a successful ad"erthLOy 2
Quite young woman a great
a large number attended,the w
several bad cuts and briuses, which
Methodist Sunday school picnic in will necesitate her remaining indoorsfor Pills and deserves success. The play'is a out a line of publicity and put it Q

,.. Moodj' hammock, a mile east of a few days. Dr. Powers received a Forming ia combination: the Sprbj society comedy drama entitled, .

town Tuesday and the day was a few slight scratches.A Medicine par excellence, of unequalled "What Money Will Do. I .

strength in purifying the blood at ,
Wont enjoyable one. ------ Warning.If I : 9
shown by unequalled,radical and permanent THE OCALA BANK ,R,
J. Nice Compliment.We you have kidney or bladder _
B. Gray, of Kutland, Sumter cures of a
are in receipt of a nice letter trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney .
Will '
county, a Confederate Veteran of distinction from a valued subscriber, who is I Scrofula Salt Rheum Cureyou will have onley yourself to I E That Pay X : -

was here Wednesday and spending some months in Georgia. Scald Head! Bolls, Pimples blame for result, aa it is positivelycures b ; : -

took part In the memorial exercises. The letter closes as follows: All! Kinds of Humor Psoriasis all forms kidney and bladder
.... .
-, Blood/ Poisoning Rheumatism diseaie8. Post Office SIore. :' -
l1r. Gray acted with great heroism at "It goes without saying that I enjoy j Drug m
Catarrh .
the the Banner! Au exile from Florida Dyspepsia, Etc asuia
battle of Kesaca and as a memento j without your paper would be on exile J I Accept no substitute, but be sure. to FOLEYSHOHEY TAR .i......r..t. .

carries a boneless arm. indeed!I" 1 get Hood's, and get it today. / .. for cAUdrrei a"''.! 30.pia t.e I .....................t ,p...

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OCALA P6RAG APHS. I COUNTY COMM ISSIONEIIS. I>- ---=:-: I I DREflMS Of WEALTH Since 1890 the capital live,+Ud la if;-"-,

II I I II I Ir MORE THp( REALIZED. I manufacturing baa increased I I. the1" ;

I I south three hundred and forty-eight '"
Much ;
The Regular Monthly Meeting-
Mr. Goy Toph, of Tampa, is visiting I per cent, against an increase of ] iI j
only
Statistics of
Business Transacted Magnificent the South'sStrides
his parents at the Montezuma The board of county commissionersmet I : !I in the Triumphs of I two hundred and fifty-two per rent IB :

Hotel. I the entire country. Tb focreu '
jl jl'i J0
Mr. J. 1 1. Taylor one of the oldest. in regular session Jane 1. I II I: A special edition Peace.Harper's Weekly 'I the value of the product ia the soe4p ''iI i,

traveling men on the road was in Full board present Minutes ap I has been two hundred and twenty :
I contains the following magnificent,
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Ocala and took part with proved. ,I I! glowing and inspiring statistics concerning I per cent, against one hundred wed

the Confederate Veterans in their Board declined Col. Spencer's peti- IIi forty-two per cent iu the nation TIM i.
the south. I
memorial exercises. tion for seine confiscated by game i Ii; increase in value in farm properly hu
Speaking of which "Dixie, an Atlanta
warden. Board had no jurisdiction.J. ,6i been ninety-two per eeul in the eon !
Mrs. J.H. Pittman and baby who newspaper, says that John
Marshall was appointed Inspector i '.' I': and only sixty seveu cent iu
have been weeks inS Temple Gra venoutends should into per bit ;
spending some < : 'F '' go
of marks and brand at ? Iii, United States.
Ocala with Dr. Pittman's parenta. Mr. I "' I II every southern scrapbook and he a i
Candler.C. I .- I More than one-naif of all the IIuda !
and Mrs.J. A. Pittman, returned to .., t.ylI part of every southeruer'u equipmentfor !
H. Hargraves was granted a reduction ,. ',:'. ing timber in the Uuitai Htatit :
their home in Jacksonville Monday. service in the forward movementof ut
on personal taxes. .a ( All the south.
t the times.
Irvin Reardon has been promoted Mr. Brown's application for reduction i' About seventy-five IT not of the
Listen
to this song of industrial and
toasslstantchief bill clerk southern of taxes referred to assessor. I I world's cotton lit raised m the *...
Ii i commercial triumph: i
division, Atlantic Coast Line at Jack Mr. Robt. Holly asked why there ,Sqrr And the tumUn eaiul will sake ?
At the
I commencement of the year
sonville. He will come down to was no road overseer for districts 11 these southern elite tfeegifrtpUtaj ;
of 1903 the wealth of the south wail as
Cvala! Saturday to spend a few days and 12 in northern division known as center of the world' etMUlII-HH. i
great as that of the entire United
with his parents. So. 4. The south U the eaittiBg nrctUn ef !!
States in I860, and all this baa been
Application of W. H. Webb refused. the republic. :;
The date for the picnic at Carter's created since the close of the civil
Ee wanted board to -- ;
request comptroller I
Pond has been set for June 25th. The An Important M.....,..
ta reduce amount of certaintax war.There
annual picnic at this point are a are now over one thousandtwo The lumber men of Ftorki at less
certificates.The ei

source of great enjoyment, and the petition of Mr. McLeod was !. hundred million dollars of south. :i i have good rcasoue to b* pm l of the :

usual broad Invitation baa been ex. laid over until July meeting.Mr. ; ern capital invested in manufacturing senator from Marion aDd Poster. j

tended to everybody to come and Long'a report of poor farm was I I enterprises alone, and the annual Snatching victory from
have a.big time. as follows: Expenses, $107.69; credit, output of the same exceeds one succeeded bavin reed 44.,* and

$1.40. thousand five hundred million dol finally) passed la the MMUbto. ktit
Mrs. Watson left Wednesday for I I
The fiat at Sharpe's Ferry was re. lars.The providing for the prufwr eqw.c

Pablo Beach, where she goes to ceived and paid for, amount being I bouth produces seventy-five upon the part of the railway 0018' t

chaperone a house party to he given $70.f I per cent of all the tobacco raised in nies ot fiat cars to be used in UM

by her cousin, Miaa Lydia Barrs, of Comptroller was recommended to I I 'the United tateg.The transportation of lumber.

Jacksonville. Mrs. Watson will visit place the valuation of $.100 for the I II annual product of the cotton Under present oowiiUone every

her mother in Jacksonville before redemption of certain lots in Cald I' fields is more than ten million bales, mill man was compelled at a eoatted

returning home. well's addition to Ocala. I I against half that quantity twenty complete loan, of from 11 to lUll U

Bond of \V. J. Folks approved. years ago. With twenty-two million equip every car 14k04.Dot ta M*
A licensed issued
marriage was l'I
I rJ BY11fikC2 V dollars invested at that period, she dition freight tltte
Commissioner Fort authorizedto pay upon
Monday to Mr. K. K. Runnels and was . egalf I
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appoint a road overseer for northern manufactured less than two hundred ment.;
Miss Bessie L. McCarey. Mr. Runnels I
half of district No. 4. thousand bales of her own cotton. It is estimated teat UM wetly II I
i lives near Port Inglis and Miss Mc WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST

Carey Is from Texas. The young Ordered that comptroller be requested Today, with one hundred and fifty the mill men of Florid wilt eluwi, !r

couple were married Monday after to allow redemption of'hilip President of the National Association of Democratic Clubs, million dollars of invested capital, approximate a quarter of a nstIHw r..

noon by Rev. J. A. Hendry at the I Dansler's land for $-I. and Possible Democratic Presidential Nominee in 1904. she is manufacturing more than one dollars annually. r

Methodist parsonage. Matter of laying out road from million five hundred thousand baU's. And possibly, the gn at* t p04 tt ef I

Daisy to Blitchtou also continuationof In 1880 she had only forty cottonseed all, was that the senator wee aloMt !

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver the Ocala and Blitcbton road and The Big Homosassa Picnic. fl N. Y. BRIDE'S PRESENT. oil mills, with a capital of three alone in his mutest aM oily oa UM

Tablets are just what you need when road from Blitchton to Martin. passed 'J he much looked forward to union million five hundred thousand dol. last day of the fight did UM mill

you have no appetite, feel dull after until July meeting. Sunday school picnic to Homosassatook Orange Blossoms and an Orange Grove lars. Today she has more than five men come to bia tusintaur

eating and wake up with a bad tastein place: yesterday. hundred i It noble tad bad tie
cottonseed oil mills, with a was a victory
mouth. will Resignation of H. M. Oyer, traction Myron Gillett will Have
your They improve
The triin, which consisted of ten capital of nearly fifty million dollars I senator done nothing rive dllri { the
cleanse and received.
your appetite, invigorateyour engineer,
Charge of it.
coaches all crowded, left Ocala at a and session tin would itili be nlittai
of about te
product hundredand
stomach and give you a relish E. L. Wartmann, A. D. Marlow one
for your food. For sale by AntiMonopoly little after eight o'clock and reached A Tampa Tribune New. York special twenty-five million dollars. The the sincere gratitude of FkfidUM
and \V.A. Carter granted privilege to
Drug Store. m fire arms. JomoHassa in about two hours. says: annual consumption of cottonseed and especially tbom, NP.... la UM I
carry
The picnicers the most The wedding of Mi- Juanita Ce-
V. spent day lumber
ate Industry.
:Mr. of Citra, Clerk of board authorized to request by these mills is about two million great .: I
delightfully in the usual picnic (fash bdllos Hewitt, of Ardsley-on-Hudson,
who has offices in New York and is 8. A. L. railway to repair cross- five hundred thousand tons. was WaitUf A..!. a
ion. X. Y., to Mr. Rufus L. Sewall, of
operating extensively in several log between Sunimeifield and Ocala. She is producing two hundred million The following letter from Robert R. !
The Homoaiatiii picnic grounds are Boston, is an event which his gathered I
Watts of Nlf'01! MIK
Is iiutwetJfe
bushels of grain more than she : I
states, principally in Alaska, is in the Petition of Chan. E. Tremere
as beautiful ones as can! be found in a number of friends prominent in "I have beeu greatly IfftttM*) waft
city having arrived over the Seaboard reduction of taxes refused. was twenty years ago.
the country. Boating fishing, bath- New York and Boston. The wedding kidney disease for five yeej I feet i Iflesh
Monday afternoon. Mr. White has The road machinery now doing Her agricultural products exceedin and never felt well aed ng. walking, swimming, etc., were the ceremony was performed at the residence -
over & hundred men at work in work at the convict farm, was exam- I value those of 1880 by more than with leading pbynleUoe and tried all !
order of the day and had a of the bride.
Alaska and expects to, make a trip ned and the board expressed gratification everyone six hundred million dollars. I remedied eugteated without rfc.t i!
good; time. The wedding rifts were numerous I tried Folt'Kid.. sad I
tare
here are twelve million dollars of finally *,
there next month.It in the working of same and
At noon a big lunch was spread and valuable and among the many I less than two bottles eou>pie4.4* erred j i
invite all interested to inspect it. capital invested in the rice industry,
was a colored man who sent the under the umbrageous trees and it which were received, none caused me, and I am DOW MHiad wed wall"Post !
which was in Its
Application for following to carry only infancy twenty Office .
Hrere.
Drug m
first carload of cantaloupes from goes without saying that ample justice greater interest and comment than
tire arm passed to July meeting, years ago.
Florida, and who received $1200 f. o. was done to the same by the one which represents for the first Republicans Meet ia Ocala. i
viz Claude Davis C. M. Jones T. C. The south
: produced in 1901 overtift.three The
' hungry picnicers.The time the products of Florida and republican esHgrMetoneJ ea*> i
' b. Ocala, for this product of his toiL .
M. L. Ferguson G. R. Mc- million tons of bituminous
Ferguson .
mitteeof the Ant uiiaaai vie
Cuba.. In I
satin box
Our Massachusetts friends will please happy and tired crowd reached a covered with eeagn

i make a note of this southern outrageto Clendon. home at eight o'clock last night. orange blossoms there was a deed, a coal, more than eight times the trict met in Oeala ea fet' Jq *.
Tax collector reported $369 poll taxes output of the entire country in 1860. for Lzatioo. I
from the bride's organ
point their next set of resolutions I gift father, for the
10.30 license taxes collected.The Chamberlain's Colic, Colera and Diar Her annual pig iron product is The committee eeJM
I Juanita we tageWf
orange at Ceballos
grove ,
aneut the down trodden brother in
following fines imposed by rhoea RemedyIs i about three million tons and fo I
more
black.-Diytona Gazette. Cuba, and a contract for the cultivation by Hon. H. 8. Chubb, pe).tr**. 1ftI

justices of the peace reported, viz: everywhere recognized as the one I of one thousand orange trees. than three times the output of the I I the rrpubitean elate ..ettf4 ...

If you have a large tract of clear unImproved W. F. Boutillon, $5J.; W. Colter, remedy that can always be dependedupon The trees were furnished by and the entire country in 1860. mittee. I

Florida land with a value f $5; J. M. Barksdale, 55; M. H, Rou, I and that is pleasant to take. It cultivation will be under the direct Twenty years ago! she had but little The dUtrtot eetIK a IU4 .rlaewi Itf I

$11,000 to exchange for clear unimproved $50; G. G. Mathews,$:66; J. 0. Tur- is especially valuable for summer management of Mr. M. E. Gillett of more than twenty thousand miles electing Hear) W. w.,. at UW '

northern town property, your nipseed,$350; C. C. Priest, |25. W. of railway, today she has
fifty-five
legal and physical description in first diarrhoea in children and ia undoubt- Tampa Fla., manager of the Devel eounty, u ehairmaa aol t'. A. ** *

i letter will receive immediate atten W.Jackson D. L. Grantbam, J. W. edly the means of saving the lives of opment Co., of Cuba, on whose land thousand miles. In 1900 there were ver, of Monroe e&uety, a eesn4MY.A .

tion. P. 0. Box W, 300, FranklinGrove Lyles, J. N. Shedd, C. J. L. Moody, a great many children each year. the grove is located, and his able assistant but four hundred miles of street railways strong iWtttiiMi laieMtg .*..

Lee Co., IlL 653t Alexander Wynne, E. S. Smith, no For sale by Anti-Monopoly DrugStore Mr. O. K. Kelsey, superintendent in the entire country; now the vigorous and patffeefe *tMl.Mntte

r collections. m Ceballos, Cuba. south has about three thousand of President Tbeol.re Hm...*H .e*
Well the didn't elect
I newspapers T. E. Pasteur, county treasurer, re. miles. f
Henry Day and they might fail in A Fine Address An interesting feature, also, was the pasoed.
balances receipts and disbursements The of the .
ported output furniture industry
A resolution isdeN1 J
I their efforts to make Col. Bob Davis I, The oration of Associate Justice receipt of a cable from Mr. Kelsey, WM pswl
as follows: in 1902 exceeded fifteen million the untlrlolC eihrte ail floes. JoM u.
governor. They have already given Thomas Shackleford at the Sutherland which was delivered to the bride with

County Road- Commencement is receivingall many other congratulatory dispatches dollars, and a large quantity of it Long, Henry Sol...*.., J. K 1M. J
Senator Taliaferro credit for every Balance last report. . .......$ 3 20 found .
its way to Grand Rapids, also W. Coombs J. R tSwtt, W I. *.
thing done in Washington, which Receipts......... ......... ......... 43S6 64 sorts of splendid praise. "Pro from friends in Europe and this coun- ,

i leaves Col. Bob with no record to go Disbursed...... .............. 2190 00 found," a "literary gem" "masterly try. The dispatch reads as follows: to Europe and Australia. inHon and bl. H. Whit to eUenfOiea

Within twenty years the south baa and advocate ttt..hr.&to ,,f tlw>*rty'
on. So, what are we Faberites to do effort, "fairly bubbling with resultant "Miss J. C. Hewitt, care R. Hewitt,
Balance ............. .........$2190 00 N. added seven million epindlersto her A vote of &a ke Mae UHilil '
for "Our Bob" when Monroe Brown thought, etc. I Ardsley-on-Hudson, Y. : Cuban
County Proper- and mills, while the addition in all otbersections Hon. M. B. MMfefVAexi w 4 HM. -*. J
The subject of the able jurist American flags raised at sunriseon
and Jeff Browne enter the field "in Balance last report......... ......$ 52 was of the United States has

war's magnificently stern array?"- Receipts . . ....... .. 220362 "Mind-Conscious and Unconscious." the first orange grove given to an been Cheney for beer wi'enirtetforU .< ,

Punta Gorda Herald.A Disbursed..... ......... ..::.. ...... 1879 44 The Tampa Tribune's Sutherland American bride on her wedding day. only two million spindles.In In tM nwt> 011.i *, ;i

correspondent says: They now float over "The Juanita 1900 the petroleum output of the After a BUiutwr of ejnentNX ey the ;

Splendid Remedy. Balance. . ...... .$31 70 The effect of mind on matter, the Grove." Accept best wishes and con whole country was only five hundred following prnmiaeeil ....IH."'..'..*, J j

Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum F. and F. Fund- body, was well presented. The result gratulations. thousand barrels; now the south 1 is M. Cheesy, W. (i. tobm.* H" I
Balance last . S 75 65
bago and sciatic pains yield to the report of research in this line was tersely marketing over twenty million barrels Chubb ('. fat (' J 1 tiltn
Receipts. ....... ,...... ......... 1271 69 and Driven to *, ;
penetrating influence of Bal Disbursed...... ... ........ .. 740 4:9 given A uoted scientist numerous has authorities cited.. Desperation.Living a year, the output being limited Fred Cttdy. P. W. UuJOtai Y It VChaedi.r i
lards Snow Liniment. It penetrate** recently demonstrated at an out of the way place, only by transportation facilities. W. .. \
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to the nerves and bone, and being absorbed by chemical analysis that remote from civilization is
into the blood, its healing Balance .. .. . ......... .$606 Sj; there is a vast difference between a I driven to desperation in, a case family or accident -I -- -------. .*J e.lws Hw <->'iuM.."I* ...Ijuuro.t. I'
The board then adjourned. Hot Weather Werkness.If I
properties are conveyed to every part drop of perspiration welled up in anger resulting in Burns, Cuts, .

of the body and effect some wonderful S. T.tiiSTKO'K, Clerk. and one given off while in a nor- Wounds, Ulcers, etc. It is the best on you feel fagged out, Ikilessan d j'I Hkt 'H\ W Hi u< II 1' 1

cures. :Mr. D. F. Moore, agent mal state. The result of numerous earth ; loc, at Anti-Monopoly Drug lacking in energ you are perhaps sot C. A. SHAN KM S \ ;
Trustees for the of
Illinois Central Railway, Milan, University Florida other researches tending to show the Store and Tydings & Co. m fering from the debilitating effects of!,,
i
Tenn., states: "I have:used Ballard's Governor Jennings has appointed power of thought. summer weather. These symptoms iI I

Know Liniment for rheumatism, backache the following gentlemen truestees 01 f Tax on Babies. Hail Storm at Flemington.We indicate that a tonic is needed that j!I I, McIYSS and 1ti I'Ll ] .

etc., in my family. It is a the University of Florida, viz: C. A Extreme hot weather is have received information of a will create a healthy appetite, make i
a tax I
splendid remedy. We could not do great digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
Carson, of Kissimmee; Frank M. terrific hailstorm at Flemington on j Wiiii1
I
without it." 25c, 50u and Jl.OO at the upon the digestive power of babies; and impart natural activity to the

AntiMonopoly Drug Store. m Simonton of Tampa; Frederick L. when puny and feeble they should be Wednesdoy. liver. This Herbine will do: it id a I I i
Stringer of Arcadia for four Mr. J. C. Mathews that
Gubernatorindidate. years; given a few doses of White's Cream says ten tonic, laxative and restoratiue. H. J FUNERALDIRECTORS. i

E. D. Beggs, of PtnsacolaJ.; R. Par Vermifuge, the childrens' tonic. It acres of big twenty five acre corn Freegard, proprietor Grand View hotel .
Robert W. Davis, C. M. Brown,
Jefferson "B. Browne, Benjamin 8 rott, of Jacksonville and Frank will stimulate and facilitate the crop waif entirely washed up. Other Cheney, Kan., writes: "1 have ;

Liddon, Cromwell Gibbons and John Harris, of Ocala, for two years.FOIEYSHONIY digestion of their food, so that they farmers suffered in about the same used Herbine for the last twelve years ;;,
and nothing on earth can beat it It -1- j
L. Morgan are all mentioned as probable proportion. The hail stones
become
soon strong, healthy and were Ha. .r.U..a el o..a. aM pre -
was recommended to me by Dr. Newton e +u"
candidates for governor of TAR active 25c at the Anti-Monopoly very large and considerable damagewas lulls ef every dcetrli i.i. e....*t *>*".*..
Newton, Kan. 50c at Anti- Uio bartu .
; MirteM.Embalxuine ,
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Florida. "
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ferclaUdHar. to .platu Drug Store.
m done the
to vegetable crops. Monopoly Drug Store. m to Onl." .

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WFUL I FOREIGN NEWS IN BRIEF. 100 ARE DEAD FROM r GEORGIA RESPONDS LIBERAL! AMONG THE SOIL DIGGERS.

CLOUDBURSTSWEPT
The council of college has
Trinity Subscriptions Pour Into Stricken Cityof Florida watermelons and cantaloupes x
recommen.ed that the senate approvethe
.
admission of women to that institution GAINESVILLE STORM Ga.Gainesville.Gainesville JuneGeorg1a's are only arriving in small :;

and the abolition of the compulsory heart went out to Gainesville yester quantities in Philadelphia. Former 1

OVER CANON. study of Greek.At Cyclone Wrought Death and day.In 25c to 75e apiece. Latter 51 to $3 per

Vienna, as the result of Information quick response to the appeals crate.

Imparted to the police by United Destruction. made by Governor Terrell and Mayor I

States Emigration Inspector Braum l! Parker, of Gainesville subscriptionswere Advices from Chicago: says then

. emigration agents in the country districts Gainesville, Ga., June J.-The tornado raised yesterday th., towns and are fair arrivals of Florida tomato<< '

' of Hungary have been arrested which bore down on this city cities from the mountains to the sea, !
market firm for nlc
Demand ,
\ Solid Wall of Water Fifteen Feet and sentenced to heavy fine* and 10 yesterday probably has no parallel ia and the city authorities at Gainesville good,

to 60 days' imprisonment for Infractions I wire if ia stock. Yellow and soft slow.
the history of the Scale for me number were to draw any more

: of the emigration laws. I I of people killed and: destructionof needed. The following is the way the trop

High. A dispatch from Paris France says property. Z. T. Castleberry has been made prospects in Florida look to a Jack !

Governor General Beau, of French IndoChina The fury of the whirling cloud was treasurer of the fund, and already soy
of the New
I' has been detained in Toa- fortunately confined to the outskirtsof era! thoi:sand dollars: have been placed sonville correspondent

quin oy the serious conditions prevailing the city, else the loss of life and In his bands for relief. The city of York Packer:

in the adjoining Chinese province property would have been appalling.Out Gain :iv'.lle appropriated $1.000, the Peaches continue to be very short.

of Yun-Xan where the rebellion is of almost a clear sky the twist county authorities $2,000 and the citi ;

EVERYTHING CARRIED (SWAY, spreading. Two hundred French subjects ing terror swooped down upon the zens' subscription now amounts to There will be few if any solid ears

. are surrounded at Yun-Nan-Fu city and those unfortunates who were abcut. 3000. From outside sources shipped from Jacksonville this *> *Oa.

and the Mcng-Tie railroad works are IB its wake had no opportunity to seek has come about $2uod. making a total The yield of tomatoes promises well tat

interrupted.A places of safety. Many of the bodies of about JS.OCO for relief.
I this time. The U at least tea
dispatch from AIa-9 fra, Algiers I of the victims were mangled almost A resolution was unanimously adopted crop

ha.s.. beyond recognition. at s. mass meeting thanking the days late. Lastseaitoa carloU began ;
Lawyers' Canon iq Idaho Was Visited by a Tern says that a battery of artillery ,
; been dispatched to the scene of the Today the list of dead I& placed at daily papers: of the state for their assistance i to move May 28. This season they

uprising on the Moroccoan border. 100). an dthose injured at 40. while the the city of Atlanta for subscription

rible Cloudburst and Hailstorn), Hail! Failing This follows the declaration of Governor property loss ia something like $800- the people of Georgia for will move about June 10. 3

:t General Jonnart that the government 000.The their sympathy and help, the telegraph We had no rain in April and very

of Inches Two Lad authorized him to exercise storm also struck New Holland. and telephone companies for their cool weather, which put plant back. '

( tojOeptl) Twenty reprisals. He said this meant only near Gainesville at which place more courtesies: the physician for their i
If[ there is disaster this section
no
r the punishment of the offenders. than 20 people were killed. aid and any and all who had come to I : u

Drowned. the relief of the stricken city. will market some as fine tomato M 1
People A dispatch from Paris. France says Storm Appeared Suddenly.The .
Telegrams have Into the
poured city
that the German cruiser Aridn. the death-dealing storm ever grew
appeared
from all over the south making inquiries
> _-= flagship of Admiral Prince Henry of suddenly a little before 1 o'clock and. about loss and asking about Barring worms, bait and cyclone,
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6Ii&I.
with
Prussia which arrived at Brest
)en fvrcet. Idaho. June -1 ROOSEVCLT AT ROCKFORD.: the rest, of the German squadron on within two minutes it had killed near people who were in the storm Fortunately we will begin to ship north June 10.
hundred
ly a torn two stones
persons
K tScalbui, accompanied br hUV11IMa I May 14, grounded aialtehlps! on tie! extension from the five-floor brick factory of the thcsa! who were visiting in The following is from Eagle Lake:
wind sad hall at the head of President Takes Part In Dedicatory in the city were .located in the boarding:
e breakwater now
of the
Gainesville cotton mills, demolished almost The guava crop in this vicinity will
Exercises Town houses near the public and
Throngsd.
southwest square
.'.n' canon. 31 miles I course of construction at Brest
occ rri yesterday. Rockford, ill., June 4.-Tha featureof 200 cottages, razed two brick were not in the track of the storm. be very heavy this season. This Intelligence
If 'Ir"
A Santiago, Chile dispatch says stores to the ground and blown downinnumerable
Hill fen to the depth of :0 iccheaeotg President Roosevelt's visit to Rock- to will came rejoicing W
Vice President Barrcs Luco. owing
the ea&on and destroyed grain I ford today was the dedication of Memorial outbuildings. RIVER RISING AT ST. LOUIS.
the Illness of President Rlesco opened By what appears to be a miracle, thousands of lovers of this tocthsootnu
ttrlp I miles wide and 6 miles hall a $6,000 structure consecrated
u t congress in the presence of the civil the to.-zado's fury was confined to the
the sailors of Water article.A .
$ The only deaths: reported are to soldiers and People Along! Front PreparingFor >
cat and military authorities: and the i diplomatic outskirts of the city, the main bush
flat of Joe Dom asey and his sister. Winnebago county. The city was Big Flood. lArge acreage is being planted ia Ii
: who .ere drowned In the decked in gala garb pictures of the corps. ness and residence'portion not being St. Louis, June 4. Tte Mississippiriver ,
ksDela, touched. Torrents of rain peach trees in this section and if no
t
accom'panlel
i f Lao4 of water which swept down the president adorned the store fronts and continues to rise, a stage of 31.2
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIESA the wind
\ twos la a soIU wall 12 to 15 feet residences. Thousands of visitors nock but within five minutes feet being shown at 7 a. m. The serious set back occurs, many crate ";

f[ kA carrying everything before ItBONllLA ed,to the city over the steam and electric Yokohama dispatch says: Re- after its first onslaught the sun was people along the river front between of peaches will be shipped from here f

L railways and local business men plying to a question in the house of shining upon a scene of fearful deso here and East St. Louis are preparing
I lation. brighter Eagle
INAUGURATED. and manufacturers joined in a movement rears.. the premier. declared the cabinet for the big flood. soon. Prospects are

making the occasion of the presi ministers held the emperor's commission The list of the dead 18 confined main- The river men and government officials Lake developing into a great peach

. Dtflrt4! President of Honduras-Part dent's visit a general Holiday. but no mandate from the diet, I ly to operatives of the Gainesville cot predict that the water will be section.
ton mills mills
and the Pacelot cotton
of inaugural Address.Oriea&s. President Roosevelt reached Rock- and, consequently hostile soluUots over the levee railroad tracks by noon
I Advices that the of the
and two-thirds of them area
,e' June 4.-
tf sotira the report of the Inauguration: greeted by a committee of six, displace them. The house of peers and children. roads affected!' are busy making arrangements grapefruit groves are being very much

sf Ottaral Manuel Boclila and Man-, keaded by Mayor Charles E. Jaeluoa. passed all the financial measures. The following ii a list of the fatalities to place their rolling stock enlarged in South Florida.A .

tat L Dsvtta. u president and vice and escorted by carriage to Memorial Eugene Van Schaick lawyer, club- Dead as far in Gainesville as can be obtained: where it will be safe. Packer from Froi-tproof

..4.t.. en May 17. the national con. halL Arriving at the memorial building man and a nephew of Mrs. Stuyvesant : Weather Observer Bowen says at reporter

inn lavlaf declared bm duly elect- Congressman Hitt !stroduc the Fish, has been married to Miss MtnneDelamater General Cumming, Homer Ash Gordon the situation: says that the high prices received fur

'14 to sane from Feb. 1. 1i03. to Feb. president to the vast audience ami Haulenbeck of New York Ash, Maude Duncan Gordon Miss Lor "The Mississippi below Cairo Vs comparatively grape fruit are inspiring confidence

l not. Oa takifcg the oath of office the chief executive made a brief re- at Haokensack.: N. J. Miss Haultn- gins Mary Miss Woody, low, which means that the
C. Knowles Miss Ed Nabors in this industry and new grovesare
Logging
many
*, after which the K. water at present In the St. Louis district -
rStUeet BotUla Va his loaugur&l ad- poos came: unfurling beck is a niece of General Robert _
drm odd: of the nag over the Memorial struc LM. The groom Is said: to b* a cousla Mary J }!. Camp and Baby -. will move out rapidly, thereby being set out. A Mr. Clark, of

.11y Wctioa M pr..!deat of the r. tars The president ant party thenreentered to President Roosevelt.A WaddelL Miss Clack Ethel Claud Lile, Lala Jackson permitting tin Kansas City stage of Ohio, had recently purchased a tract
Shedd. Annie Garrett -
,e1 baring been conflnaed by the their carriages and enjoyed I dispatch to the Chicago Tribune Jack Murphy, Grady Lee, Dorothy water to reach here Friday or Saturday near that place and a Mae grove will
udoaa I have assumed the a drive through the principal streets Friends of at a time when waters of the upper
term from Washington, says: Sloac
first parsing In review before Ed Naples, Mrs. Nathan Jones, Mississippi! river shall have passed be planted.
some
hsctoca of this Ugh post buoyed up Eugene F. Ware, the commlasloaar! of Baby of Bowlngton.

\t tie fact that 1 have the codd\C I 4,000 school children massed at a park pensions, are uneasy about him. He Those fatally Injured: here" Carson Bros. have started to dear -

.? fey f&iw citizens and that the'cmitry adjoining the Memorial building was caught In the floods at Topeka. Nathan Jones, Mrs. Nathan Jones large tract oa "Back's I l&a>l" ant
+ grounds. Each child carried AmerIcan Georgia Woman Doctor of Laws.
an
eejoyi profound peace. I. Kans., and has not been hard from W. T. Henderson, Maude I
bag and the salute given President Gordon Washington, June 1.-The feature of select varieties of orange and grape
'il for the rijnu and guarantees for several day*. Mrs. Ware is not I Claude Gordon, Bessie Skinner, Annie

tnsUi: by ta< ccutltutloa) I can onlytttrate Roosevelt was a mast inspiring alarmed for the safety of her husband Shttbcrt Joe Shubert Daisy Brysoa, the graduating exercises of the law fruit will be planted. This grove will

Tkat 1 said to the people light The decoraticcs were the most from him partment of the Columbian university
will as
sad believes she hear Perry Conner, a negro; Miss Willie be protected by the deep warm waters
fee tveatMOata of B.ptember hat elaborate ever attempted ia this! city. telegraphic. communication: U last night was the conferring of the degree -
soon as Doc
Boone Stovall a negro; Alonzo of of civil law of Lake Clinch and will b. aa
doctor Mrs.
To The throng IB town was variously er him an
pw. aU pertaining! to this trnpor- restored. She has telegraphed Force, J. E. SumnerviHe.Ola
a negro; .
Unuted at from 40.000 to 50,000. There Emma Rea Bailey, of .Georgia. the! ideal in
tat Batter U well M others set several tlmea. but ha4 received 10 r Miller, Mrs. Doc Clark John Simp grove every particular.
torU was a long parade participated In by first woman to receive this degree from
U feat document. I know how ply. son. James Simpson, General Cum- j
civic tie afternoon the university. The determinationto A Biblical Isse Ball l lll.
k organization and during
to .
mul-
by also
and
prottihfs
to
9
Unconfirmed runors are la circulation mini Miss Neal, Miss Loggias, Alke
came the formal dedicatory confer the degree on Mrs. Bailey "The devil first coached. He
tjl; ny efforts to convert them Into at Belgrade, Servta, that KinsAleX&ndria's Subers. Will Addison. Gertie Addison was
exercises of the, halL Department aroused such opposition among the
na _dune coached Eve when she stole first.
French cook t4 committed Ada Skinner Will Blackshear .
-
Oommander Reason delivered the aria members of the class that the majorityat
prtadp&l tplrtt of progress amt suicide at the palace after having Thompson, W. O. Miller, Mrs. Talley Adam stole second. When hue met

a&ttra.1 welfare! U tad rl4ual action. dpal address of the day.- been detected In an attempt to polso Best Talley Lull Edmoadsoa. one time decided not to accept their Rebecca at the well she was walking
degrees. The only one, however, who
U4 uv CAt v bar happily arrived TO PETITION UNITED STATES. Queen Draga. The dead In New Holland: with a pitcher. Sampson struck oat
the end PaskeH B.
K protested to was
u pod of ptao sod tracqullityM Sir Thomas Upton'i steam yacht Mrs. H. H. Nelson, Will Tatum. Myr- Talley, of Tennessee, the president of a good many times abet he defeatedthe

-tv.ul of order sad lawn,. I demand all Venezuelan Rebels Want Recognition Erin and the challenger for the Ameri tIce Westmoreland. Maggie Westmore- the class who remained away, and Philistines. M
to eoasecrat themselves u Belligerents.New Shamrock Ui from Goarock land Mrs. H. L. Nix, Mrs. Neeley Mrs.
.
ca's cup. thus failed to receive a !degree although run when he saw the Egyptians.
wtdaootty tt tae.. useful occupa- York JUM 4.-The Venezuelan Janie Ledford and Babby Mrs. J. R.
arrival at Fayal
Scotland May M: ,
toes he qualified for it Cain made a base hit when he killed
and eterprix that will return revolutionists, who have for over a Azores Islands today. White and Two Children Baby of Mrs.

met anti comfort When labor be- year and a half been fighting the governm.at McGee, Mrs. M. W. Bobo, Bennie Hendrix LOST Abel. Abraham made a wwnfiee.
.... tie tomlaaat habit of The freight teamsters and freight AT SEA. The prodigal eon made a home mo.
a country. of Pre.dent Castro are to petItion the wholesale Mrs. T. A. Coker, John J. May me,
rsnlu raa be no other than Us treat- the United State* for recognition handlers employed by Mrs. Marion Willbanks, Two Children David was a long di.tJLIlC@ thrower
houses of St. Louie have returned fa 'Hqulp Thought To Have Met With
Ins ad preiress."ft aa belligerents. of H. 1... Phillips, Mrs. Tom Truelove, and Moses shut out the Kg; ptUu at
strike for several Disaster.
work after being oa a
U oy duty to declare to you. Mail aid-vices received U this city Mrs. William Westmoreland, Albert the Read sea.'',
ova weeks. The freight handlers and London, June 4.-A dispatch from
khUrto( been my political con i from Venezuelan ports say that Dr. Lloyd, Mrs. R. H. Pass and Little Son,
employed at the Talpralso Chile confirms the dispatch
lave warehouseman
klsthtrto! been my political con- I Pedro Espiqulcl Rojaes the diplomatic Mrs. Able, Mrs. Bryant and Little Son. Andrew Carnegie! baa been telling
freight houses on both sides ot the of the Associated Press last night from
** u a citizen elevated u II'I agent ot the proviisonal government The tornado made a terrific noise an English Dtwlip"po-r man a few
la. river have not yet settled their grUvaace. Santiago de Chile referring to the
bee4'eonstttutlona1ly. to the su- established br the insurrectionists, has M if heavy cannonading were in full fears there for the things about Canada, ai*
Ys. PO". of the republic. I am and I been awigned to the mission of securing blast and as It bore down upon the expressed safetyof Canadians are culling Andrew another.
t&IIot U The Monte di Pieta state pwti- the Pacific Steam Navigation com'p&ny's
otherwise than the chief far them the rights of belli city it tore everything in its path. It .
tt. broking establishment at Naples, wu steamer Arequipa, which dui
Hoaiureia\ people and the chief Dr. who mlm- from the southeast and no one
gerents. Rojaes, was : came ,
It Ue ualott. destroyed by ftra during! the night The lag a lull In yesterday's storm at Valparaiso --
Thus, under this as- liter of foreign affaire la the cabinetsof i was aware that it was more than an
I strong room filled wIth valuable was l.% that port to an endeavot
Ravtios. ia m; endeavors shall tend President Caspo and President An- I ordinary thunderstorm until it struck
t* gutted. The damage according to to ride out the gale at sea.
moots the common weal and hap drade, !is now in Trinidad where he the Gainesville cotton mill, which is DANGER COMING
JII... fit allOHIO- reports amounts to J2.4W.OOO. I The agent cables that the steamer,
had been making: his headquarters. situated between the Southern and tie
A London dispatch says: It i ts an- which had SO passengers on board,
'
The the rebels is based Gainesville Jefferson! and Southern
requestof Sign that Point to Bright Dl.-
that the duke of Argyll has probably was lest. The bodies: 01
REPUBLICAN. deretood
Ota the fact that they are in absolutepones&lon railways.
sold! looa island to the Ctrthvuiaas, some of the Arequlpa's crew, he adds aaa or other Fatal Formsof
of all the ports of importance Taking this four-story brick structure -
*.t* C,iwtnt!.n Asssmble at Columbus la the country except LaGuayra, who were recently: expelled from the it twisted it as if it were a reed, "were brought ashore. Kidney Trouble.

Ohio Maracalbo and Puerto Cabtllo, andhold monastery of the Grande Chartreuse and, In a twinkling of an eye, many Brother of Danish King Die*. -
There thousand of
bue I France. The terms of the sale are persons who art
0. June i-Th prettmeotftreocs alao the entire eastern portion of la tools were ushered into eternity Ine Schleswig-Hoisteia, June 4.
& for the prerratioa of Itzehoe unconsciously in danger of the fate that
7 Is to provide
of me Republican Vaaeauela. over which they exercise! mill building, store and cottages were -Prince Julius of Sduwig-Hot.teln.
Rats wattatloa her mdlcau the sacred and historical associationsof has lately befallen so many of our most
today and timbers
the power of government. torn into fragments the flying brother of the king of Denmark died
tat tte the island. prominent mea and who have Mtsloa undr women
temporary or were hurled several hundred fee
If the state department at Washing here last night He contracted a
; fi+dnUoa It 1 o'clock this afternoon ton does not decide favorably on the In the air. together with those per- I morganatic. marriage in 1883 at the from kidney trouble. These diseases are

b t1Q U kiraoilous but that there will "s pU &t10D. the revolutionary government Consolidation of Gould Lines. sons who were in reach of the fierce chateau of Ballenstedt, in the Hartz alarmingly the Increase, and they come

II atttaipt tomorrow to break the"ad.sts It Is announced. will make the New York, June 4.-Joseph Ramsey monster mountains, with Elizabeth of Ziegesar, on so Insidiously that few realize theft

r laws for plaor places on the same request of Great Britain. :r., President of the Wabash railroad, The Gainesville Cotton Oil company, on whom King Cbristiaa of Denmark condition till life la actually d&nJtr.

***tfktt to tie delegates The reason that the United states U is quoted to the effect that the plans the freight and passenger depots of bestowed the title of Countess Roost In the early stages of kidney disease

ktj*. all candidates for the applied to first Is that the rebels would of the consolidation of the Gould lines the Southern railway the car barn L there may be headache, backache, ea-

has ttatorlal nomination had with. tike to maintain the good relations with tat of Toledo will be complete within the electric railway company, the Clan Crawford.Mr. natural appetite, bad taste In the month! ,

: except Myron T. Herrick. of this country which now exist between The Gainesville Iron works, the old Rich Edward Aiken Crawford, of
: the year roads to be unified, dry or furred tongue thirst dry IUD or
,
:: 4. an4 Albert T. Doul& .. ofcoth. Washington and the Castro govern Mr. mond hotel the :stores of Mrs. Pfeffer
., according to Ramsey, are tha Midway, Fla., has in press, which strong perspiration,sediment in tae arise
J. R. Clark T. T.
J. R. Logan Moore
, ment and also because the United
I Western Maryland, the West Virginia
4:1 tke delegates! & B. D. Langford Nathan when completed will be a handiOmft"ly or unnatural feeling In various parts of
mt by centres- States Is most interested, from a commercial Central the Little Kanawha the Pitts- Scroggs Cooper.

J3Jfctrlcts at I p. m., to select! point of view. burg, Carnegie and Western and the Jones; the residences of R. L printed and bound volume 7x10 the body. Don't expect all time signs

.eIlLMt'I of the commltt* on Memlor, W. B. Sloan J. R. Logan, the to show themselves. As soon u yea
Wheeling and Lake Erie with poesibly inches in size containing a history of
' 'doas, crakutlsia, etc. WILL BE TRIED AT JACKSON. the Ann Arbor and the Wabash. Chestnut Street Baptist church, and notice any of them, commeaee at tame

tt Hanna George B. Cox and scores of others in this vicinity were of the Crawford femiiy from the year the use of FOLCT'S Email Ccax.THOIUS .

: of k*,. been la conference today Order Changing Trial of Jett and Fortune Myth Man Goes Insane. Mown entirely away, and tie storm 11:3 to the prssent time. MAPLE, Blrbeck, III, writes i

1 U. WosStloa! ot the rural dale White Withdrawn. passed over the southern part of the
June 4.- "I had a very bad case of klday trwWe
Utica lrs.
, .. Job Carr, of The Crawfords have contributed
; to tte loser eo ntles combining Jackson Ky.. June 4:The order city via Myrtle street and on to tie
back I osoU
Herkimer, recently heard hr uncle and my pained me so net
: y.! I ieetlra of candidates and it changing the trial of Jett and White haddk'ld' Pacelot mill settlement at New HolWaiahachie largely in the development of the
; k Jeremiah Palmer of Brooklyn, straighten up. The doctor's trea.aestdid
'Ti4nt that the secretaries will murder eases to Morgan county has LuA Florida
and and
.Q!. and she would receive $25,000. Her states of Georgia me no good. I saw FOLSI'S Ernest
are ttw for their tally sheets! afMW been withdrawn and the cases will bi
'" husband immediately gave away hisbootbiacking have distinguished themselves bothin Crag advertised and took ana betifo
F
k be
( .U nominated. The key9 tried here as soon as a jury can
Ictt stand. Later reports Tex., June 4.-A double which cured and I have ba
net
me
: ck of S aalor Haaaa as tem ssnuaoaed from an adjoining county. military and civil life.
said a will had been found and she tragedy was committed last night near I
I7 averted since. gladly recommend this
alrmat Jett and White were both brought
feature of the
was
i taarytlO a would get nothing. This proved too the little Tillage of Rajldn 14 miles This volume will contain engravings "
toay,. Into court by a file of soldiers. remedy.
much for Carr and he has lost Lit south of Wajahachis, in which a farmer of Hon. William Harris: Crawford -
; h Will Aid St8fm Sufferers. Sheriff Callahan shook hands with It Is a simple thing to mike your kidneys
aiad. Sam Westmorelaad: and hi* wife
RRLtOfl' both prisoners very cordially. Maj. Joel Crawford and other when affect
June 4.-Secretarj were shot to death in their own house. right they are not badly

het b.s itrectd that an officer be The court's order of yesterday to Charged With Postal Frauds. The shooting it Is charged was done Crawfords: in Georgia and Dr. John ed; but It Is not BO easy after destfoctiea

#t tt!: from Fort McPasrson: to Gaines bold their triad had not been entered Ballstott. N. Y., June 4.--(A man who by a young man named Ellis Clandy L. Crawford, Hon. Henry Clay Craw- bas set la. FOLIT'S KIDDY Coil vtt
of Commonwealth
114 that sufficient and upon the suggestion at a hotel here H. A. form of and bladder
registered
quantities or as a brother of Mrs. W'etnoreland. who ford and other Oawforda of this core every kidney
of inconvenience
be Byrd
furnished! Use storm su! Attney Wright New York was arrested today has not been captured. trouble If taken early and It will give relief
I'1r1 too and da to witnesses entailed, state.
pen fill t loN of life It ii ger upon telegraphic adviees Mr. and Mrs. Westmoreland were ia the most It
even hopeless mes.
Iott'etllrpoIeof' the court directed that the order be I The book ought to be interesting to
Is th. war department from the postofflce department at eating supper when, it is said young Is an honest preparation and will da all
t. than not entered and that the cases. go to the the Crawford and their allied families
funu saying
l temporary: re Washington man was Claridy appeared in the door way with
.t.4 that La claimed for U.
"P1t. a. requested by Rep trial here. charged with postal frauds. The telegram I a double barreled shotgun and killed throughout the United States and -

,. Tataa The judge will appoint aa eiisor toco said he traveled as Dr. O'Brlen. them. Scotland. -Post office! Drug Store OeiU via
to another county and a.t a ten -

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PAGE THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. CYCLONE SWEEPS I $60,000 Per DayThis HUBBARD & MACDUFf =


---t is the sum paid
---- --- GAIt average

N Its Excellent Work; IQ Scatterirg tie) Scriptures Over the Face GAINESVILLE daily to policy-holders by The HARDW ARE

Is Reported That Eighty Mutual! Life Insurance Corn- '
of the Ecrth-Millions of Hobs Supplied; Ecch Year. I
Were Killed pan of New York. Multiplythat ; DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AORICUL *fl
I A.,
by a and the wonder I
Teles'-apn Wire* of Western Union ts year BARBED WIRE CUT AND .
MUTE. LE1: .r it.: f
*nea.11 Bi'blei 'y has la fn til-Use.-.-rzvj., nn of hearountdisappearswhen !j w.sJa
THEm Gainesville Are All C'Jwn-The Bell!
it Ameriea's great: n.tieed and '4D-d BQWilh..t srnry W'JRISAI PAINTS
nfF.J Long, Distar.ce Teiepr.cre Is Working you learn how and where the ; :-.: \ 1CVt.TlVATOIla. .

for tUD btill mtacf&i'turiD load eareuf rin< the Bibi thrOxheat j
2a3ty: -Great Damage Done.Aflaata largest accumulation of trust Ifund5 J OILS V ARSISHES.T
the world. As ZBABJ* seventy miliea votani-jar* ;artmMimt-s eireaUtfd in o j .. ..:.KI)b
JuteA special t> The in the world is invested,

a jtr. Ij U tnl liiaJ into ail Ucuaes: tad dul cu Journal says: : LANTIC WHITE LEAD or GkkLCQOilNt ,
.: ; ..
.fic GaniesrJie shown in "A Banker'sVilL" 'LI.
A tern cycioEe ias ;trek as
The forre-poediag ?ecretariea are R-T. John Fox, Rev E I',rand P. Inrr.
II. hurling death: broadcast: art
This book is sent on ALL KINDS OF
Uoklink foOD and ET. William I. HiV Q. W e Prim hire, the ptctor-+of the cretarit3 ge:.;,ra; destracnos to property. request. I v ,r uLttT

At tiia ious U.30 p. m.) there Is .
and also a specimen of IL* vers-a as they sppcir in Gr -z, P.: ian. synae, This Gossftar DAd
AD bGle means: of eom- rorieatioztie GLSSXD PUTTY
...TIP"
Frl-la"'.-s. 'J w A N I'f YAJD
DADou Tec a, Ben?* and Qiifbnia, and alao ;Zi.vea. picture of ho of tie great exste-nienl andthe J'jI-I.Ae.
iOnAriH and colporter* travel to insure the dbtri'uuoa of the Bible. nafa cf me ssagea for pfeysidai*. IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS mW.\r.i.i: 1 t1

The &.oeitt1r-I *, nn.Ur Go i, oa pit j>r*, eLarca ofi
A n -- It is reported that 360 persons have COMPANY OF NEW YORK EVERYTHING .. .s \ :. :: ..,...
been fcllvd ia tie cootie mill near

L H tie nrif.e4i.t citj... Tils report ics not: bees Lcakau A. Mai. Frecceu.t : I N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS Ill 'PF> r i.BLCZ L.J1&

Mr.IL. i Cd Wilccx.1h4i='" M Far.da.J.c cvdte
t I: u slid the biolduir *aa bIotJ H. .! OaU. Fia I
1f J. LnwgitMi. g :1t. II
I alas: and nearly all tie employe !I ING MATERIALS. ETC.. ETC FLAME: : .. ,? lf|
Tra a r t Yed our ght. 5,

I \r::lest reports are oa tie streets TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. {:
C9\ I
\\s .1.z.3. a veritable gale: is sow Mowing. Dapre Holmes, said to hate bees LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
U __ | with dark clouds blotting oat tie ssr.i t
11 t teUed hi Jefferson county, Georga.eomes ,
j Tie wire to GairesriBe fron AilaiJ Hubbcird
PT i & Macduff. Ocala
, I home asuijared-: !! .
II ,
J Las bees torte over to tie citY
'
zg The board of Tiattors of the Ua ;
I of Ca.iesnlle to t! used is snnzioiizs -
Edlo ?er!ity of VIrsisIa will elect a president -
j-ysiciass ant ootslde aid. and I for that noted Izitituuon on Saturday ._ .: -. :... .....-- .-. ..... --- ..- ::-= -- -. '.. ,
fTrrv.er! coaasosicatios vas Inpossibt- .
at 145 p. :a. Jane 12

Jots Tie: Western info reports every : A great mass: seetisf has bees held ;

? r 'srre down jr the direction of GainesTDe !a RicazoEd i- which Ctrisilaas aa4 i _"E f 5TRf1U55( & CO
JOWI / a I l! Jews joined ia denouncing the R=a-1 j ta .

IW Later it iras !eared< through the s.an :xassacre.: i, ,

.. : Eel Telephone cowry that tie: death Ness of the foods at Topeka aal 1 ;

t'njW JO'iS FOX D.D. ":". L HAVES: D.D. E. P. ISGE2SOU, D.D.Sriu :I list win exceed 73 or 80. I otter points in tie west cocihiae tate I I r.'J WHOLESALE

at fire Asunua:.!tit Sa cty. I I Tie cyclone) struck tie city Is the : appalling; $ tie list of fata&lea i ,

sstttiern portion and destroyed tie i Is increasing., __ I I 9 :

L .. the I everyaherr, hoe work thi e r wily i is. t.. fwhich !+ieh the poor without Ga enile cotton nulls. I Sunday was a quiet day: at Jack- LIQUOR
son, Ky Jen's cell was ex.a.e3
the Cannot 0.0\... CASE Cf MACrtEN. f i t\
nuehicrry to see if the prisoaer Dad taplesies \ DEALERSa
by which he could escape.
A It is no laeger a ericato etrewlile the Bible aay i, lkrd I Former General Supennt ndert cf the! -
N I I Two negroes and oce visits person S1
The Bible trai,.U:tod into tb* lie re rf Tfcibert, ii belt; eirrfed even Free Delivery System. fLORIILn
a 'I I WuhhgtlJ!!, Jute 1-The ea5 of were killed in a riot at Pitoburg, Pa., ,

Into lust forbainan laud, ia .:lsa Ul:r"f J f-tia eoD1wtr.'e aM tr..d.Th. A 1i;ast W. Machec. fonser general gaper ; The whites attempted to break up i
!I'tendent of the free delivery crap game when the fight opened. ;;:,
.> Ka afl Vermont, *bite fettfarn kttalrf 2111t at rai ,ioiiark gig system { "
u of the postoCce depamnwir; wis Former Postmaster General Chi!.

the Bitk-rli) tour.*- ..uj< Uw p-opl*. It fe ftufe4 fre of duty,sad ass arrest? oa the charge of receive Emory Smith in answer to charge:

M? tig a percentage of the profits of accneera i of Toiloch attributes the charges :2 STRAUSS
i his oftEn k*B LTan..pnrt-l fre .'( -toar.fr. 11+ aflueoee upon Tolstoi, aid its : .. fY -
iu? furnishing supplies to tit a lack of knowledge on die pan ..I.I .

vj It'annIIgllOfkam the nuitw, are -.dS..ne.*... toitO ice department, all. be pre I Taltodi. I
eeatfid to tie grand jury next Wed i Stocks at London the 1 I1 I
during !
pastwit r
Dr. O>f.id*> Magn-, aUftai* of ju acv and public: iuUue tat in the
aesday_ Wiatessea tate been sulk were 4n2- ROYAL

argfcUiee republic la nt&aabj advucaati?, ie *e biow words, Mthe advert ye naed from this city, Westminster: Ri.JS. the fanatical Filipino lea er. a
Jt Md.. Mac&en's summer residence, cad a
of tjxxrhis wfeicfc ieaiUUn Enziaiui and < his bees eonrietsd of murder and
an E? Minoy-tire anprejadierd
11 Toledo 0., his former home. sentenced to death. R i -

1, rtatffligOf the Bible rhaMr, tfc.ieuteOu* of De B&OIortnpati tkti.bttut aM e ifyiaffz PostoSIce: Ixapector Master, of Chit I I ESERVEI
Irish Nitioaalitsti made demonatratlona
cazo, who worked: up DOS of the ett t
as af oar put.lit- -ftoA-." deuce against Maciea, win be one ofto i: at Liverpool. Thirty ifensard i
J Irishmen ia line.
were
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chief witnesses for atat
; the gorem? I ; g.ca
seat The names of the witnesses .; The olcial report or the earthquakj

il3M? SPECIMEN VERSES. iy I direction of the court, aw Bade: ''. at Van: Asiatic Turkey placed ths I ; 4 FULL .
Fri t.e'PM S dcr Ewi ad:2421acT am number of dead at 8&>. I iCs DELtYERUr

Jcl;:3;l5. Pot tmaater General Payne today i Tie elecuoaa ic. Pen on Saturday 1 0-@

t 4--;. CREEK I i Modern'. called attention to the published i were condactai in a quiet manner. I : __ _'
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eiarge that the amounts paid by the Candamo being succesrful in the rue e --
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I dLOttat000D- ::7icY OBEOS TGD ICOCj.'JU, .
J .. "" government fcr rental of pOstoiiceila for the presidency, I
1 '. uoreVa'i:: ECWxe. .TOY TtuY avTov 0:1 Fcevoprri7. C I New York state exceeded what tLeystoaW A Tokio dispatch, says the house of .

4r r ,,'.. ?. .a-ro\e 1 : ," "Tie! fact !s." he said. that tht> propriations moved for naval expansion I
i ''''' II''lxJ t ,."'tJr.u QZ'dv&G i.rr taI of rentals for
i amount the
it postcfficeia but has rejected proposed
t \ $' 59. RUSSIAN. tie gt!t! !u t year aggregated only expenditure for Foraosaa:: railwaysand I STRAUSS "76"

I IJW.8R1; Tils Iscluiei ret au, Lgit! tarter works. '
ft .:' ;/ .IGo! TOE1 E03j 6ajB Hors uipi 'iTO and seats ,
.\ Two employee of die :Mimes dour ts .
: K ; OULJ'Luna- CEoero e4Enopoiltnrotabu STRIKE IN TEXTILE MILLS. null who were attacked by Bubonic: !I' s juL

plague, died ic: the isola:lon tents ai
l k.-'' ; ,ECUm;Eipy mi.1 B-L Hero, He nora6 Inaugurated In Philadelphia: and Involves Callao Saturday cables the X?r York 12 b...!

(! 90.0CO Operatives. Herald's correspondent at Lima Peru.
85. SYRIAC (Modem..
J'f' Ielphia., JWeA gEteralstrike They had been in the tents 22 days

''i C'.1Q, l :;. .'..'.:' : :3, i' .:!;. of textile macufactures waInaagnrated Minister of Finance Roavier, by !:a I _
., MarylandRye.
;\ in this city today involving
,. :S! .::);, :s c., #i' t4 ? t ; ; about 2O.'O operatives. Of the silting or rigid economy in: in all depart
.. meats has succeeded drawing ap a
600 firms engaged in the textile industry ]; -
108 TELUCU, (&ELif budget without a deficit: says the Pan 0r
f here 47 have granted the demands correspcndect of the New York Herald; 1T i 'OO 5$,c

[: ;& d ..) :.;: of the onion and tieir plants There tii! remains, however tie stitlement : '
employing about 15OW( are in operatloa. of the floating! debt treated i> ; -,
t rXo r'5 : 3 c3
c a
; ac .s:5 .
AH of 63
the ingrain: carpet by the deficits of the last four years I I
QJ : Jb acPi. mills are id:@. alrecti=directly IfM For this b* proposes to issue a cos.solidaucn I tHr
Beavers and 10,000 hands in. differenideparteents s -- \,
.. 210. BEN G A. (Watdfr'tca.' Iou Tt4 ;
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The who saidto I '
dyers are II \ n +
KiiiEa"Bdi Anjambg a UndiD he. la JIa.ai6lMaa control the situation, are os strike II I I 1\. -uuiJ atlSt4ti55
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; _!ajaJWiala: na, ut h?pi a la kanidS with the exception of those of the ..,... I tI'H k_(0 J
Berkshire cSHs in the northeastern
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t section of the city, which !has conceded / i
P-tchacamackca'chJcatami rucacanata mar 'L-L:= j 4 OELIYEREahl
': tae 5G-iour weei and nscreaeei _.c i .FULLQUARTS.S6."
tarca. cLay Zapat ap-Churinta tctcurca! tacay the wages of tie saea! from $12 to $13a c-

t .. week. I I :;- --..> -=- -' "'...,, ... -"'='= = .._ _
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Vr The ingrain are ask- arc. .
t ; carpet wearers L-
la lisS a ton of Mbar 3of can., colul.h'wo:1: to w publi'Iy burned the capital lug be.1id,1 the 55-ioar week a W pet "-. ':,. :,-7 1:....... -- -- -- -
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Ecuidor. Non, tar> AwerkaulMbie S ) iet1 fia3ioza: wek-omeiaall cent increase in wages. '
t The mill of John and James Dobscn! --'-
pam of South Anvr C1. I employing 2.000 operatives, was closed G"'

k It i* ai oiaeant that the ;;ueif, ty of t\ J<.roo -, corajftd of Roman Cath- tedeSmtely today. The workmen: were .
notified that they could mars to workat ;
olive, is, with the Pof r.T approval, and with Bale Society methods, puttingthe the present rate of wages, other ire !

i scriptures into the h&sddcf the common people of Italy. One hundred tie mill wpuid remain closed. 3 L Bare x .r
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thoosand copies of the Gfpls of Acts In one volume, at four cents in paper Poor Mamma. > I #' .,.
Tie Dear Cnild-Ob. Mrs. Bloom, WL'X Sl'Safw {' .ill

covers and tigbt *oU io cloth, have rapidly f.wrn feokl. This is a new, scholarly when did you get back? ROLLS FROM Only the best \f Don I LM t v* *. .
.;: V Q Aw It afcr irf fnil at ak
i) '. Mrs. Bioum-Bless you, dear I was OUB OVEN material M f SCCttMAT? t. :.. fe : tat.. .*,
goes
and simple translation from the original; Greek.
made
What
S not away anywhere. you into the oven and HERBINE
The main nation U toeaa-e the human heart is made for fellowship with think so? only the
The Dear Child-I thought you were.I to aoanntarto t.,, u ,.
God and j Nan, tin. e. +.t tto .
aching void without Him heard my mamma say that you were BEST BREAD :-
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I at loggerheads with your husband forever rolls out It is delhihtfuHyeri.p and
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-I p g baata, Ay pt ,
t a 'Hoek.'l".JIDIt. wholesome. A few shotd battered is a :A

tare ui iac atmrv. meal in it eIf and almost as nutritious ''

s A physician writes: Lie would be as meat ,
r I Ir I I prolonged by a little more attention to Orders for Bread etc., can be more I

s II the heart by paying a little respect to satisfactorily filled by 1

f I I I I the most faithful servant we ever have. I ---
Much gad might be done also if par-
.i :1 I ects would teach their children the BENUS'BAKERVj.1 I HSTAIIL1MILII 11 \'IHAHHE : Ut..

( 'I the heart. They
danger of overtaxing I
,,.. should teach them to stop and rest a .1I

r I Ii Ir few moments during their play when I BROTHERS1CASH

they begin to feel the violent throbbing T. MUiPHYj i

of their hearts against: the chest MAIL ORDER HOUSB
:wralL"The
f Machine and IroqWorHs. I
VThlehne of the Throb.
Susie Jackson(t'CStatieallyb., mud Wholesale Liquor Dealers

I der. I'ze shush Absalom lubs me. 'came
Iron. lJra-.H and Bronze Cat- Authorized Bottlers and Whoittialf I*akn ',\ ; ....
J when he presses me toe his bosom; I tin it.
feel Ms heart t'robbin' violently! iiiff; ->I a thine and Pattern Brewing Co' St Lou Jk..r. ,

a i Yrs.J3.cksoo-llnmpb! Jo' shush Shop: Marineaiu Kail-
It ain't his dollar watch yo' feel t'rob
10; 1246-1258 1 1PIUCE
Adams
road I St. Jaoksearilte
TRAVELING IN SLA.. LAOS. I bin'? I got fooled dat way nuusaif on fpair -

Rev.John C r. :g1CD.Aid Anaiun BibU Socictr jouai f adder.-Leslie's Weekly. 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville LLST ll'O.Y..U'I'LI'ITttilx .





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, ..AN ODE TO -THE DEITY A PLEA FOR GOOD ROADS iAn Oiumittre.Th the Couuty i Democratic Executive MONEY IN PINE STUMPS. X11-11i1111111111111111i1in1111111" " !! "111111111111111f' ; 111111111111111111i-" '

k Open Letter to the Legislature of The Georgia newspapers:: and especially -

t t I'ble pram tutor written by the Russian Florida .-r is only one man now in the those devoted to special iudus

poet Derzhavin, who wan born countyMr.( E. L. Carney) who can tries are Having a great cltlIoto say I WEEKLY-l i
"lalTtUuddlwlin 1816. It is taken Martel, Fla., May 29, 1903. .
claim the support of the democratic i about the new discovery di ulliut!
Sir' John Bowrlug'a tranMuioucf To the Legislature of Florida now I
from turpentine from fat pine, pnucip lij+
UII anthology, and is thought in session-Gentlemen: As chairmanof party for Mr Tbag>ird'il position --
\ pine knots aud pine
stump -
judges to Intone of the most the County Commissioners' and .Mr. Cnruey's nomination wa. made
b1I01x1 Good Roads Association of Florida I While this process dated back *

lablitue< poem ever written. Oar make this last appeal to you in your through;, the Democratic Executive hundred years, Dr. CarfNV. Bilfinicer.; \ BANNER'S 1 1I .
will find la every vere mats German chemist Las develops
rfAdrn legislative capacity, not to let your Committee in a fair race open to any a ,

c.rot profound iu..ugbl on the most legislative functions expire without and nil democratic candidates, and and patented a process, which uiaUer -

(Important. uijct that concerns our enacting into law Senate Bill No. the distillation from ttiU hitherto -

haaun r.
* the enipronmf Chiaa ordered it to which provides for constructing and to to the K"Vt>riior. valuable I CLUBBING 1

c{ be inn 11 I on nil kiu letters of told maintaining a line of improved roads I do not see how it is p.i&sitle for The following is the explanation of
through the state east and west north
I the chief of uU i if ,
room
aDd bu'( iu the Star to reflect the wishes: of the his process: -- --
and
south. I also most respectfully
,] Not only does Dr. Bilfinger'a device -.
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request the house to reconsider its action governor because the action therein
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in refusing to memorialize Con iinl>lie>i U against democracy and successfully extract the turpentine 1 -+
r ODE TO THE DUTY. gress to enact into law the Brownlowbill. from the wood, but by the tauie treatment LIST.

whose HgHiust all democratic precedents and Irs than half dozen valua-
f 0 UM tttnul ODe: presence bright no a .

, AD ftc dot!'. occupy alt motion guide; To the members of the legislaturewho traditions of ibis cou1ty. uable by products are obtained, -- --..rr

t8dlaICcd through time' aUderasUlingIkon believe that such legislation is them being rosin oil pine tar, -
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This is uot the first time, however, among ----- :::
t eight; based upon the principle of paternalIsm wood alcohol -w
oil Cod. ;there it no God beside Ir I that the star has fought the Marion charcoal, creosote, etc. a
r pltagabo.eailbctngs; ;Mighty One. infringing upon the sovereign The treatment of the wood is very We
Whom tone ran comprehend and none exploit rights of the states and tending to county democracy, and I believe its simple when seen. Retorts sufficiently fc have made special arrangements whereby we 2fc

; build up a central government with present fight will prove us futile as it large to hold a cord of wood are set can offer the following rates to all paid-in-ad-
r tTko tlf! *cxUtence with Thyself atone: monarchial powers, or those that may
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KateadH pporting-niling o'er- believe that the principles involved in similar rtlortsof the past have been.DClOCRAT. up over furnaces so made that heat :: vance subscribers : -

jtisf whom we aU Cod_nd know no more these bills were conceived as a republican can be applied in a graduated form,
H THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville SemiWeekly
distributed around the
wbliBC research,philosophy policy, I desire to state that I being equally
li IU
say ruure oat the ocean deep-may count was born and reared in the doctrineof The Nut Good Roads Meeting. retort. The wood is put in and the E Times-Union, $1.50 a year =3

'fte*a..l.or the wa' n>,*-hilt.Cod! for Thee state rights as expounded by Calhoun fire started. As the heat rises the E THE OCALA BANNER and The CommonerBry- .

TkcttUno weight nor measure:-none can have stood by and for that doctrine We are informed by Mr. J. W. tar first begins to run out at the bottom !
most on many bloody battlefields of White r: an's paper] $1.75 a year. 3H
secretary, that the next annual and escapes through & pipe for -
V>toTty aptene.. IlcalOu brightest;ark, carnage, shedding my blood in its vindication THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta
Tboaghkiadled by Thy light in vain would meeting of the county commis- the purpose. A gas is created in the Semi-Weekly
and that my long life has
retort and steam ia turned in this Journal 1.75 a 12g
try been consistent with that doctrine. siou..r and Good Roads Associationof ; year.

tt Lad trace tkought Thy counsels U lost ere infinite thought and dark can ;soar soft Under the administration of a democratic Florida will be held in the city of creates a vapor that passes out through ; THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week New 2a

president in the by a pipe at the top. The exhaust pipe
years gone
blgh ; York World. $ 2 '
I Gainesville Tuesday, June 16, 1903. E 1,65 a year.
.like pt moment in eternity. the government built a road from-Ma- elbows downward and theu upwardinto

. ryland beyond the Mississippi river, This will be the most important meet- a tank of water forming a coil THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Constitution 3
didst call
the! from primeval nothingness -
Xtnt Ch o*,theu Eiutence; ;;Lord; on Thee and its constitutionality was never lug in the history of the association something like an ordinary still ; $1.75 a year. ==

IU foundationtprtag *!!. aestioned. I well remember when The rosin oil being more
guraily hath :- and worm.
commissioner and
every county THE OCALA and :
forth from Thee-of light,joy, tar- democrats of renown questioned the dtnse liquifies before: it reaches the BANNER Lippincott'sIaga- 5
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constitutionality of Congress making good roads advocate in the state zine
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: $2.75
moay tank and passes out through an opening : a year. :::
lilt *U beauty Thine. appropriations to navigable -
|olt citiU improve should make an effort to be -
present. The -----:== -
Thy word created all, and dothcreate; rivers, harbors, etc. in the eloow of the pipe. -- --

Taf splendor fill all pact with rays divine; In these later years the congressman The railroads ofler reduced rates from turpentine being lighter passes on as Cash Must Accompany all Orders. 3

r Tho art.and went, and halt be; Glorious! that secures the largest appropriation all points In Florida. The people of vapor over into the worm, where it is -

f Great! for his state for those purposes Gainesville and Alachua have liquified and runs out at a different

t Light-giving.lifNustaining Potentate! is considered a patriot and county place. The turpentine Bowes out in a I | Address ; THE OCALA BANNER, Ocala! Florida. |
made:: to entertain the
unmeasured universe surround arrangements .
chain the ; ,
r Tly statesman. When a majority of Congress crude state but is redistilled and refined -- --

Cpneld brath by! Thee, by Thee inspired with in both houses are republicans, visitors and the only expense will be by a steam process. After being :2 CUT OUT THIS COUPON FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BANNER. == l

j a loyal Southern democrat is not accused -
I. Tkos the beginning with the end halt bound, the railroad fare. redistilled it has been pronounced by ::: ;tit 4 iiT f*. + T 4* +FE*w+if t ii ;{i t p == t!
of defiling his democracy in securing -
lad beautifully mingled life with death. liberal The improvement of our highways experts: to be superior to that made ._- 2 PCBU5HER OCALBANNER: : ::5T 1
appropriations for his _
from the fiery blaze, ?
r U M sparks,sass mount are born upward; *o, worlds spring forth state through a republican Congress. commands the earnest attention ol (film the old method of distilling from __ '4 11 Enclosed find.... ................ .Dollars aad....... ........ Cent k. i_ .f f_

the It finds sale in the v .ij j
If the national has constitutional a ready :
from The; government every progressive: citizen of Florida, gum. 4 for which send me The Weekly Banner and the....... .................... *
A4(l the spangles in the sunny rays authority to improve navigable imrktuata price in advance of that :: .4: fr

I> ihiae round the silver snow the pagean'ry rivers and harbors, and assist In and every board of county commissioners paid for the other turpentine. The :: -f ..................................t..ane: year as your clubbing cffer ; :rE II

c Of bcatei bright army glitters in Thy praise.A building railroads for the transit of should be represented at this rosin oil is also a very fine quality andis .thB anner..I..I. I ---

miliioa torches,lighted by Thy hand. commerce from one commonwealth to niH>lirjg. It you are interested a" a preferred as a lubricant to all other .-\1'. 'J' : k ir ::: 9ate

VaaJer. awearie<1 through, the blue abyss! ; another it has an equal right to improve charcoal and fluctuate :: 4 Name...........:...............:............................ .. ,,: :::
*;, county or state official oils. The pine tar Ik-
the roads the go.
n but both of good 4 *
auad; country, they being the foundationand Gainesville extends a cordial invitation in price, are P.O.d. J

A3(-y with life. aU eloquent with blL>s. cornerstone which inter- commercial quality. These retorts f w
upon and all that they have is '' .. .. ... .
{hat shall we call them? Piles of crystal state commerce rests, and are the nat- yours. "an be refilled every twenty four acv::: aY-" State .. w- :-::::

" glorious lifhtA -company ol golden streams ural feeders of all our great public The Marion county board will attend hours, it requiring that long to' cook .r.Date::: ... .. 1903 .* .Q i:

thoroughfares and without which iu a body. off one charge. The plant can be a -r ..wt
> Ups of celestial either,burning bright- steamboats and railroads would :: +fTHt tt lhht1 : .+tt+-ttUit.1tti> UU.. :::
. (aa*, !SghUng system with their joyous ceaseto operated by less than a half dozen r -
1 beams' exist, and the wheels of commerce and The 17l1111111111IlllllllillllllllllllllllUII11111111111111UII
people and runs day night.
Rollins College! Commencement. III IUIIIlll111 ;
would to revolve.In .
Bat Tkoa to three art as the noon tonight cease
average plant i is equipped with about
a conclusion gentlemen, I desire The commencement exercises of the
Yet,ti a drop of water in the sea, I ten of these retorts and they cost
to state that the four -- -
during
past
AH U magnificence to Thee U lost:- abovE named institution began Monday I about thousand dollars install I
Taat art ten thousand worlds compared- years, I have had the honor of being thirty
nee? chairman of the County Commission May 25:! and ended Thursday, ed. There are not more than a hall

VIM am I then Heavens unnumbered host, ers' and Good Roads Association of May 28.The dozen in operation in the country

Though naltiplied by mvraids and arrayed Florida, and have been in close touch PRODUCT OF PLANT. C.
shakers Rev. J. Coffin
were
la all the glory otaubtimest thought, with the National Good Roads Association The output from a cord of fat pine

la bit ai atom in the balance, weighed which organizations are non- Stout, St. Augustine; Prof. Clarke, wood is about ninety gallons of tur- I
Aping Thy greatness; is but a cipher
brought partisan and non-political, and during Tallahav-ee, and Hon. W. L Palmer, pentine, oil and tar, divided as follows
that time I have given the matter of
Aiaiatt Infinity'! O. what am I then Naught! Orlaudo. : Turpentine gallons; oil, 40! \
building and maintaining improved Dyspeptics \ -
5a.. L' yet the efflaence of Thy light divine, roads close thought and that while President f Blackman preached the gallons; tar, 25 gallons
FcrraJiag world, hath reached my bosom, Fat pine wood i is obtainable in the tn made every day by thai own rmIa5 i- ,
neither SenatorlacWilliams' bill
or baccalaureate sermon and it U said i to
LM pine country at about fi.50 a cord. ,neat Cue that eM 61 amtip Mrtn beta it
the Brownlow bill is in accord with
shine
Tt U spirit doth Thy spirit ,
; my
have been a very splendid efiort. Another half cord is required to cock tIeoomee chrolUc. TakeDAMON'S
As shiaes the sun-beam in a drop of dew. my views in every particular I heart-

Ca..lIL' But I lite,a nd on hope's pinions fly ily accept them as a compromise Among the noticable features of the out a charge; in each retort The out- PILLS .

,- Eager toward Thy presence;for in Thee measure by which, through amend- program were aquatic and field sports. put of a plant with ten retorts and

Bn lid brralhc. and dwell aspiring high; ments, a beautiful harmony will be inaugurated costing 530,000 is 250 gallons nf turp..ntine J ANDTONIG'PELLETS {
There was a six-oared boat race
Etta to the eternal throne of Thy divinity

I as-0 Cod!and surety Thou must be.Thai :: and between the several the national states government and- between the "Vikings" and, the "A. 400 gallons: of oil, 2-50 gallons of the our remedies which aaeiat Nature ud do sot 1M ID Mrn7. 1

tar and ten cords of charcoal per day. and ID&ke coWmed
art!directing, guiding all;Thou art! between the states and the counties Powuflll purgative. gripe, loin
R. S. H. A. R. S. crews; a one hundred
The in operation demonstratethat
Urtct mjr adcnlaading,then, to Thee; thereof that will result in a system of plants drug-takers. Ramona Rrmediia act gently and un the ,

Cntrol my spirit,guide my wandering heart, good roads throughout our vast national foot swimming race and a one the by products more .than pay system independent of dtuga. For sale by aD W1era. I

Though but ac atom mid immensity domain that will be the wonder hundred yard swimming race; a 10*) the running expenses, including ail Your d. ggist will furnish a tee aamp1e GI ue wilL f
Sti3 lam something,fashioned by thy hand; I
and admiration of the civilized world.I costs of raw material, and the whole
I bold a midd: rank 'twixt heaven and: yard sprint; a 2,1:() yard print ; a run- Brown Co. !
earth. plead with you, gentlemen, in be- output of turpentine which is the Mfg.
mug high jump a shot put and
half of my county, whose citizens ; most valuable part of the products, is
Ot tU lad terge of mortal being: stand, New York
OoMtothc realms where angels have their stand as a unit for good roads, I hammer throw; a pole vault ; a run- I. clear profit. This turpentine is now and Greeneville

birth; plead with you in behalf of the yeomanry ning brood jump, and a standing worth 50 cents a gallon in the market.

just ft*the bcmodary of the splnt land. of our fair state, and I plead I Tenn.
brood jump.A Experiments are being made with ,
with you in behalf of unborn millions
TIle chaia of being is in me: i
complete good results in the use of waste slabs
la who in the issues of the future will Pentathlon medal was won by
ae i'lIIauer'.last gradation lost,
around the big saw mill that can be
and call the and
rise inaugurators
Lad the ant step U ipint-Deity! up the athelete making the best averagein
lean command the lightning, and am dust; founders of a national good roads sys- obtainel without further cost than

A Boaarch,and a slave;a worm,a god! tem blessed.A the course. that of hauling them away. 'I he bo
,
Yieact came I here. and how so marvel- system of constructing and maintaining results, however, have been obtained
POST OFFICE DRUG STOKE. OCALA FLA.
,' OoslyCeuincud! good roads throughout our national from fat pine stumps and the opera-
and conceived? Unknown* This domain is coming and it rests DO YOU GET UP for this class or
dod tors pay a higher price
with you, gentlemen, to aid in this
', Uvesturely through some higher energy; wood than any other. Dr. Bilfinge
move, thereby placing our beloved WITH A LAME BACK ?
Prom out iucll alone it could not be! that with the improved methods
Florida well to the front among the says
Cam! yt*, Thy wisdom and Thy word of pulling stumps there is no reason .
sisterhood of states, or by your failure Kidney Trouble Mikes You Miserable.
Created me. Thou source of life and good! to act as requested to retard this why farmers who have found the McMillan Bros
.
haa,spirit of spirit,and Lord!
my my of the in the in- such nuisance in the
great uprising people Almost everybody who reads the newspapers stump a past '"
Thy light Thy love,in their bright plentitude "
Red Be with aa immortal soul,to spnngO'trUeabjissordeath.andbadeit terest of universal good roads.I is sure to know cf the wonderful should not be able to have them pull-

wear leave the matter in your hands \\1 Ii .' cures made by Dr. ed and marketed at a profit to them.
.. I Southern Works.
.
KilmeisSwamp-Root, Copper
Tat and await the result. ,
garments of eternal daud wing e the Land owners who have fat trees or
Ira aeaveatr flight beyond this little sphere; Respectfully submitted. 'l great kidney, liver
[: and bladder remedy. stumps-dead or alh"eov a source
tea to its Author-there :
source- Thee-its H. W. Long, I t
r t' l- it is the great medical of revenue greater than their green
Otioaghts ineffable! visions blest! Chairman of the County Commissioners' I triumph of the nineteenth I amounted
1 Though worthless our conception all of Thee. and Good Roads Association of i t1 I. century; discovered "round timber" ever to. .
j 1\\ I[ I Investors who have a plant in sucha Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
,I TttihaUThy shadowed image fill our breast Florida. : after: years of .
Lad wan Us homage to Thy Diety t'. LIJ'J scientific research ty: locality naturally feel they have a I

C 4': thus alone my lowly thoughts can soar; WILL THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEBE !II' If'a Dr. Kim: r. the eminent bonanza, and stork in some of the

It' Teas seek Thy presence Being wise and TURNED DOWN ? fi 0' .. -.-_ kidney and bladder plants has gone to i50+ per cent above i and General Metal Workers.
good, --- specialist, and is I! ..

"Midst Thy vast works admire,obey, adore;it wonderfully successful in promptly! curing pat before the end of the third month. I .-'

t Lad when the tongue u eloquent no more ORANGE LAKE, May 2>, 19)3. tame back kidney. bladder uric acid troa- --- -- - -- I I

Tat will sXaU speaK ia tears its gratitude* bles and Bright's Disease: ,WhICh u the; worst t

f To the Editor of the Ocata Banner. form cf kidney trouble.! Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

I notice from the daily Star of May Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root u net recommended I .
t. The Kick Will Kick. : the Orders mail
for everything but if you have kid- through country a specialty. by or

One of our exchanges: lets fly the 26, that the editor presumes to speakfor ney, liver cr bladder trouble: it will be found wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
just the remedy need. I 11 has been tested Seedst4&
you
,(lowlcjj dare at the kicker: worksFAYETTEVILLE .
Governor Jennings in the matterof in work following -
in so many way, hospital ,in private r the Kind
J UU there was au ice cold lemonade practice, among the helpless! too poor to purchase Leads
:; 'prln In if the appointment of )Ir, Thagard's relief and has successful that
every village garden, proved so : in coat more-jrlehl more.
N.
C.
; bread grew ou sunflower stalks and successor. He says the governor will every case that a special arrangement has I sold br all dealers. SAVANNAH GA.
made which all readers cf this I 190J eedAnnrai
been by
.i very blade of grass was tipped with demand a primary at the hands of the paper puetpuhi free to kiiapplicants. FLA.
who have not already tried it, may have a JACKSONVILLE MOBILE, ALA...
:; tlO btlU, a certain class of cranks sample bottle sent free b; mail, also a book 0. M.Ferry &Co..
to settle the matter and continuing -
county Detroit,Micft.
oull kirk because there were noi telling more about Swamp-Root and how to

i Itlckt In the lemonade, no butter or says, "that the governor may I find out if you have kidney or bladder! trouble.

Pftaems on the bread, and because decline in any event to appoint eitherof When writing mention reading this generous t52SZ5Z52525 57'Z5 52S2525ZSZ525152525 5iSSSiSc5i5'c5
offer in this paper and

the trmss did not produce $20 instead the present candidates." send: your address to .. FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS :

of HO bills" Dr.Kilmer&Co.Bing- ;.... ,._ ._
Now, the Star is not supposed to be hamton, N. Y. The'I ... $ I
-
3 your Manufacturers of Seals Rubber Stamps Stencils Auto
FOB SALE.-Beautiful winter home, in the confidence of a democratic regular fifty cent and Homeotenmp-float Home graph Stamp and Supplies. Any style made to order 6 to 12

t oworynouHehot and cold water governor, or to know democratic doc dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Study at :tartter ounuvir <1bopnx hours. Special attention to mail orders.

_' b*lo, fifty five acres hammock land, lGUlJtio>a M"ta Eft.. With the Tablet Home I' I When in the city give us: a call. )Q
need .home'" empUrmeftf tokm
be to abide L--1M noc
4.0MO trine or at least willing The bill appropriating a month Sjwil AnUuneoc. Aljrebr Geometry.Trwononwtrr. .
Or. Bouk-iurpuig.
bearing trees. Situated on STHE
.GPMUMT SUtvm. 221 MainS'reef, Jacksonville, Fla.
&n pro Lake Address. C. C. AXUSE, by the actions of democracy as expressed to Gen. J. J. Finley aud Gen. WilLiam 1'1>..-.Psychology.. Una.e wa n. rte Gt awes.Lrdreah Uteratupreparedre.terry. (ne.for!

:J_ I !Und Grove, Fla. 517tw through its usual channel- Millertwaa\ defeated eramwtione L I. H1MES ralatka Florid i5 mns.J


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THE OCALA BANNER
PACE TEN __
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.! HELD PRISONER IN PULLMAN. | PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY.
SCROFULA
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: LEVEES SUCCUMB TO '
/
Audacious C'j'-duct cf Negro Portsr ta War Department Considering Preposition .
: I bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its '
Lacy Ffc.5ir.5siNew :; to Improve Same.
II. '
E '. York, June .-Held a prison | attendant horrors, humiliation and suffering. This is a
in jwtlle j Washington May 29.-The war department j strange legacy to leave to ; J
11" by a negro porter a parlor car young.i
J
is giving serious coaxierai i the shoulders of the
on her wedding trip and har- '! place upon '
, i SWEEP OF FLOODS. : asked by insulting questions that i tion to a proposithm that has: tome : This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hindersthe j'/J i'/Q/:

: and through Colonel Edwards chief of the | growth and development of the faculties and the :
I brought on an attack ot fright ( j
Ii II i bureau oft insuLr affairs, fron Gener-i I child born of blood poison or scrofula-tainted parentage
II I ; hysterics are the allegations made by i
I Mrs. Oga! A. Beckerle In a suit for.| el Henry T. Allen, chief v' the: Philip- is poorly equipped for life's duties. '; ,
I I --- --- i pine constabulary looking to the improvement i I Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varies! *,
damages brought in the circuit court. j I
I of that service General symptoms ; enlarged glands or tumors about the no K 1 ;'
Tie Jet as ants are the Pullman company j
Allen believes that a fine carrer of- and armpits catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful! J
Now Most
at Des and they Pencslvania Raiiroia! i 'tr-
I Situating) Moiijes companj j fers in the constabulary for graduatesof skin eruptions upon different parts of the body show the 'Asa

i the American military schools wLoha presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the biuu.l. T!..' ': '..
JIrs Beckerle Is 17 old :-"f01I
a:;
: years, j \* any special aptitude for military and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the! s\ .tt'1. ,:, ,,' ..,.
the .
.
I action was brought by her hussar : :
II Ii (Harnjing.I ) ed two months. Frederick Becker'-: |i work. He believes! ; ,that 15 or 20 such the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the LJ":1: : 11

i who has been made his wife's guar: J i young men annually could be placed white swelling, a pallid, waxy appearance of the skin, loss d :..tcKst..rtt...t.. 11I4
I in the constabulary-as fficers to the' a gradual wasting away of the body.
fan. Mrs. Beckerle asks for $;i.
damages I advantage of the service and of those S. S. S. combines both purifying and tonic properties. an;: :; fiery

selected. While at first the men appointed I teed entirely vegetable, making it the i Fre>nek Beckerle is In business in be valuable as all scrofulous t! dlon!. It purifies th. et
would net as : !
(IN IVERSa this not.se4
: FURTHER RISE THE city He was married to Miss
blood makes it rich and and .
,
.. Olga A Beckerle a distant relative. 'the highest grade of non-commissioned strong a 'i.j ;,t aM
officers who already have had service permanent cure is soon effected. S S .s:
&t the of imps
home the bride's
. parents at
General Allen feels the digestion and assimilation of ft**',
in the Philippines
>> Richmond Hill. I... I. The wedding i tfec
\ that in the long run they would be superior : lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation brintll1: ;; *J Ihealy
j trip comprised a tour to Niagara Falls! to the class of men who are now color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated bodv

Thousands of People) are qow Homeless) Maqy lad thence to Washington. D. C Wni.e entering the service. The pay and i! Write us about your case and our physicians will ;heerfu! ;''. .. lvtee y
taroute from Buffalo to Washington,
I emoluments are to be increased. At help you in every possible way to regain your health. \Book on Uoo2! a&4
Mr. Beckerle
that according to he noticed present the pay runs from $SOO to JSou j skin disease free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AiUat. c
Are( Actually Suffering for foodProperty while his wife was sitting with *.
feta In the car the porter watched Mrs for a third lieutenant to 1.200 to $1.600 I'

Btekerle with unusual keenness. for a captain, besides which tEe allowances I
Loss Will be Be Trenjendous-More ample for house rent and -
are --- -
I When leaving the dressing room -- -- --------------- -- -
there are no hospital expenses. "
t&s.: Beckerle says she was surprised
Rain Predicted. |j the negro porter confronting her Owing to the number of stations the .

l Rid holding her a prisoner by extend- percentage of officers in the COltab-1 i ROLLIINI5 { ILK: fIi

I Chr his arms across the doorway. It ulary Js large. Their duties

Us.Y-- r = ...... .aa while thus Imprisoned that the more responsible and: varied than that I
Des :Moines. lo.a. June 1.-Fan spondent at Cherbourge telegraphsthat porter is alleged to have plied several of corresponding grades in the regu- I! ISTH TEAS OFENJ
feet of water was coursing through a during a violent storm yesterday taestlons that so frightened the young lar service. Heretofore the department

large section of East Des Moines' business has pursued the plan of allow _
afternoon lightning caused the explosion ban that she became hysterical anitried. -- -- ---- --

district at daylight this morning : of three submarine torpedoes at The porter cautioned Mrs. ing the Philippine government to select -

due to the rise in the river of a foot the west enrance to the harbor. ne deckerle not to tell >her husband about all its constabulary officers, preference Announcement :

over all pat records and tt-s carry- explosion threw a column. of water toa &. occurrence. Reaching her hue being given to discharged sol-

; Ing away of a section of the levee great height and caused \ panic! H&d's side crying Mrs. Beckerle told diers who have picked up a knowledge The following departments are open for entraaceSollins -

la Center street among the vessels at anchor. No j kid of the porter's conduct of Spanfsh and Tagalog and have be- Cclee. 2!:ti.s Aa:e=7 1Di:1 Xutc MM&
Five thousand people in Des Moines damage was done.Bombard 4lrs. come acquainted with the country
Beckerle '
reported the occurAnce 8cUi:s Business Sic:!, ::!-s Sil el IIi:"" ,
nd 4.000 in North Des Moines through their service. It is
arepractically military
to the conductor of the train
Sailiss! Schcsl sf: rise Arts, Ssllirs Sisal ef lereiti: Jc: Isiu .al lire
f cut off from communication Sky for Rain. and, to the Pullman company's conductor. not intended to depart from this! policy ,

1 I with the main section of the city. Ottawa Ontario. June 1.-In consequence Then from Willlamsport he tel- to any considerable extent but it --- --- -. -

t Absolutely no attempt iaa been made of the scarcity of rain and the tjraphed to the Pullman company's is probable that General Allen's ug- The trustees announce as president the college tO Mcrt4 Re Gwen M TM4 I

1I to transact business. The street railway numerous fires occurring in Ottawa IWresentative at Washington to meet geatioos will be accepted as a means D. D..resigned. Rev William Freemont Blackman rh D_ ......f Tao ""-e fII ,

I company doe not expect to be and the surrounding country, upon the O. train with a 'policeman. The dir of elevating the personnel of the con Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Sale t'Dinnity from t&kt .. IJM. wJ t swap -

Able to start cars for a week. Six suggestion of Mayor Cook, the minister hatch was not heeded. of twenty professors and instructors. AH inquiries may be .HI....4 to UN |.fm.nt t

\ thousand persons are homeless, 35 percent of militia Sir Frederick Borden On his return to New York Mr. Beck. : --- =: ,

of whom are practically without hat given instruction that the sky be fele' wrote a letter to Robert T. IAnrtDta ESCAPED FROM PENAL COLONY. 'I" i I

i ; shelter and have been unfed for 24 bombarded by the artillery at Sftpea ; president of the Pullman comJany I W. F. BL/KKtt, FRSS. WIKTM ARK, PLA t

hours, during which time they have Point and another to Mr. Cauatt the Life Termer at Large Are Terrorizing 'I i J

< been exposed to the constantly heavy president of the Pennsylvania Rail- Residents. =- ; ,
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rain with the thermometer close to t WILD WORK OF WINDS.bwn Md' company, to which replies that San Francisco May 29.-Captain J. t

the freezing point Many women and sere not considered satisfactory wen K. Wiggins, formerly of the forty- t

Oblldrea shivered all night long in raiorgoakei | of Hsikell, Tex., Struck ,by netived. The suit followed. fourth volunteer Infantry In the Philippines .e

garments unable to find a dry Tornado. 1 I has arrived here on the Cosmos

place on which to lie. fauns Tex., June 1.-/Two ranch FOUND STRANGLED TO DEATH. liner Menes from Patagonia, For June Application tOn

Box can were placed in reach of ..., Albany, Shackelford county, h&TetlMn where he has been gold mining for a

many of the refugees this! morning in destroyed by a tornado. PltUburg Police Investigating Mysterious year past He says that the Arge- Bearing Trees Use ;

which they could find shelter from the The telephone and telegraph wirwtf Murder of Jewese. tine Republic has a penal colony made

rain, but relief work is In a deplorable bally crippled in that section. Rttaburf, Tcne I.-Glrs. Lena Wolf up of life termers from the militaryand

condition and far beyond the needs. The town of Haskell was struck by Jewess ft old civil courts located on States FRUITAND
a found
years was
Inestimable suffering prevails. The I tornado and 12 or 15 residences and strangled to death on the floor of her Island. A short time ago while PERUVIAN MANURE ;

: suddenness of the flood left no time II many more barns were blown down home 77 Magee street about midnight.! moving the prison to Ushuahiah, 50 of VINE:

for preparation or for organization to tad a number of people seriously injured Appearances Indicated that she had the prisoners escaped secured arms f

combat It. Levees all over the city among them were Abe Jones committed suicide by hanging herself and ammunition and have since been A High Grade, Natural Guano Formula Entirely Free from JLi t
ire yielding. In many place the lad wife. Mrs. Scott residents.
and a farmer. with a short piece of twine but thesuepiclousinctione terrorizing the Murders
Des Moinej river is 2 miles wide. The ot her husband, have been of daily occurrence and the Forms of Sulphuric Acid. "

damage cannot be computed because Chinamen To Be Bounced. Morris Wolf when questioned situation! became so serious that the s
by Deputy
of the fact that close to 2,000 buildings Montgomery Ala., June 1.-Foal Coroner Dempse, led to his arrest. I. government Issued orders that the des .
are submerged and it cannot by toll Bind Send for our new books .
Doc
and Shoo two Cninamen who Nelgt'bors! heard screams coming 1 perate men were to rl shot on sight. e
whether they will be carried away .ttcapedfrom a United States deputy from The day before he took the steamer
the house
and
forcing
upon an
Great damage was done by the marshal near here who waa carrying entrance found Mrs. Wolf lying dead at Punta Arenas the chief of police "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"I
breaking of the levee along the Chicago 48 of them
to San Francisco to be upon the floor.. Her face was distorted was killed. The government also has
Burlington and Qulncy track, deported for v.liatlng the Chinese ex and scratched and the condition of offered a reward of 1 for every heal

which inundated the principal factory elusion act, were tried 'before Com- the room indicated a struggle. of an Onaha savage tribe in the In WILSON & TOOME COMPANY

district' Several hundred thousanddollars'"worth missioner! Elmore, who issued an order Wolf denied that there was a rope terior that are unsubdued. FERTILIZER :

of machinery Is under I *f deportation, the first ever issued is i around hi& wife's neck when he found J. K. Riffel a sheep raiser from t
water. A dozen ice houses have been Montgomery. .J.\CJUiOX'll.I.. FLOUill
her but when closely questioned, pulled !, Terra Del Fuego another arrival on s
washed away resulting in an approximate a rope from his pocket and said he the same steamer, says that the av

los of $100,000. The plant of Prominent Journalist Dies. had taken It from her neck. erage is about a wreck a week on the OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS. .

The Daily Capital is flooded and boat Tuskegee, Ala., June 1.Max Bennett The police are investigating.! Terre Del Fuego shore and Just before I

are plying through the business district Thrasher, a journalist and author he left for California a British 9

In that vicinity. et prominence whose home _____
Is in Boston CUT THROAT WITH PENKNIFE. bark was broken up In this vicinity. - -- t
To get to the Northwestern hotel at died here yesterday while In atUniance .

Q f o'clock this morning H was jieces- upon the commencement ex. GREAT MAP OF U. S. < < Ei:
nary to use a boat The waterworksand erclses'If the Tuskegee institute. Hit Prominent leans Cotton Takes Broker His Life.of New Or- _____ < > > [ i ;

electric light and power plant by body has been shipped to Coventry, New Orleans. June 1.-His health To Cover Over Five Acres at World's
heroic efforts were kept In operation Vt for burial. -
Exhibit
undermined by business worries and his Fair-Unique
this morning although the water was St. Louis May 29.-At the southern
mind unbalanced for several days,
.- entering them as fast as the engines HIS FOOT CAUGHT IN FROG. Frank Emmett a prominent cotton elope ->f the hill that fronts the Philippine Fern Hill RyeH. N
could it
pump out. If they should
broker who retired from business a few exhibit the department of agri
cease, the city would be without light Louisville and Nashville Switchman Is .
I days ago, has ended his life with a culture is making a map of the United
I or water and many big plants using Crushed to Death. penknife. Arrangements were being States to cover five and one-tenth ROSENTHAL fc SONS. Distillers. "
electric power would have to shut I Birmingham, Ala.. June 1J. M. ..
r made to remove him to a acres of ground. Considerable work
down. Of the seven bridges in the Webb, a white switchman for the but he escaped the sanltariUm/I already has been done here by Davy CINCINNATI OHIO. I I 1 *
city but one is for traffic.! Louisville!
and Nashville
open Railroad railroad
I was the WT
i I of his family after dinner A. Broiie, superintendent of open
: service Is practically suspended. crushed to death at the Twenty-fourth ..
.' retired to his room and there cut air exhibit of the bureau of plant in
Water is over the Northwestern, street crossing. While walking along
hIs throat. dustry of the department of agriculture
Wabash Burlington and Rock Island the track his shoe"all caught in a toT
,
Mr. Emmet was a member of t3 Tiho has been in St. Louis since
tracks in many places In the limo frog and he could not extricate
city it before
I Cotton Exchange, and had been early spring In charge of the map This is the whiskey hear people ;
its. From you
Ft. Dodge above here the an approaching engine had rushed
successful In project.
business. He leaves a '
weather forecast Is for continued rain upon him and mangled him to such wife and six children. Mr. Emmett Mr. Brodie and his assistant are laboriously talking about when they say '
The Raccoon river above here Is sun an extent that he died a few hours af d
was born in New Orleans. He was drawing on the ground the
at a standstill. terwards. I
48 years old.YOUKON. ragged coast line of the United States. '*
'r "That GoodVhiskey.tt
Starting at Oregon he has already
BEATRICE NEB., FLOODED. Gordons Seek Injunction. M
Atlanta June .-Mrs Fanny H. GOLD OUTPUT.It reached Pensacola, Fla., and before the

Electric Light and Waterworks Plant Gordon, wife of General Gordon, and week !3 ended he probably will have It has held its place at the head of tbe t*
owner of Will/ Exceed Last Year's by Many finished the coast line. Then will vt
Sutherland the
beautiful
Forced to Shut Down. home of the family In Klrkwood has Millions. come the drawing of the dividing lines column of High Grade Goods for w

Beatrice, Neb., June 1.-The Blue filed Vancouver, B. C.. -..-A special between the states. The entire work -
a petition against the
river has been rising steadily for 35 Railway and Electric company Georgia seeking from Dawson today says: has been overlaid with wooden drainsto many years, on what? Its Merit

hours. It is now 20 Inches above the aa injunction requiring! the company Never before In the history of banking carry off the surface water. Products .
in Dawson! have there been such each state will be
high water mark of last year. Water to maintain and operate the At. grown by ex tt

it running over Court street. Tha lanta-Decatur line which skirts Sutherland heavy purchases of gold dust as yesterday hibited on the map.

south and west sides are cut off from ground Mrs. Gordon alleged and today. The amounts pur- STRAUSS & CO.

the main part .? town. In some that if the car track is abandoned, chased by the two banks here In con- Decides United States' Must Pay.

places scarcely more than the roof which Is about to be done, the Sutherland nection with the large amounts deposited New York, May 29.-Judge Adams,

of the houses are to be seen. The property wil be damaged at least for safe keeping will aggregate in the United States district court has Distributors IE
electric light upwards of fl.250,000. decided that the United States must
plant was shut off yesterday J7.000 by the cutting off of the meth. W
afternoon and the Preeent Indications are that the Yukon for the British steamship Foscolia,
water works of Ingress and egress. It will also, pay Ocala Florist s lit
plant was stopped- at 4 o'clock this she alleges damage her in a way not output of gold this season will which was rammed and sunk by the "'eIf

morning the water having flooded the to be measured In dollars and cents by exceed that of last year by from 1.000 United btates cruiser Colum a on the ,

fire boxes. The Burlington and Missouri preventing her friends in Atlanta and 000 to $3,000,000. A moral wave has night of May 18. 1898, In a dense fog! 1t.
Pacific! been In progress for some time, Island. The Columbia
yards are flooded. The Decatur from visiting! her as they have resulting off Fire was a
engines were taken out of the roundhouse been accustomed.Mrs. In a great scattering of gamWens. one of the patrol squadron looking out /

!ast flight The Burlington passenger for Cervera's fleet, which had sailed -- rJo,

station U flooded. No train Roosevelt Goes to Groton. Reward Offered for Murderer. from Cape Verde, for What destination -- ---- .
'r are expected to be able to get Into Boston May 30.-Mrs. Roosevelt Montgomery Ala., June 1.
J town on any road today. wife of the president accompanies by, nor Jells has issued a reward of $150 having been decided, the JAS.M.GRAHAM, Preeident. OJO.W.H\DE, tike ? R: '
for the arrest and conviction of the F
her sister Mrs. W. S. Cowles matter of damages will now go to a
arrived
Missouri Valley Lake of Water. today from Washington their murderer of Robert Arrington and the referee. The owners claim $!SS.899.96.Suit M

Omaha. Neb.. June 1.-'n1e heavy to Giotcn where Mrs. Roosevelt rv. Is way to brutal assault on his mother at Sullivan's The First National BankOF
rain mill. Barber county, last Mon for $600,000 Filed.
continues with no Indication ot visit two of her sons at school there.
day. Montgomery, Ala., June 1.-Suit
abating. Reports of damage by the The ladies breakfasted here with Secretary .
I has been filed for $600,000 damages GAINESVILLE.
floods continue to come in from the of the Interior Hitchcock, who
Burning of Tobacco Warehouse
against J. G. White & Co., of New
f towns along the Missouri river. On is on his way to Maine and later departed Columbia S. C., May y/. Oaeof the
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the Iowa side between Council Bluffs! for Groton. large tobacco i York, who are operating the Mont The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Count
and Missouri warehouses of School-i, gomery Traction company, by R. L. at
Taller, the whole valley geld Boatwright & Co., at Mullins, Harmon and the other Montgomery ..

is a lake, and the water Is beginning Acret Jeffries Granted Divorce. Marion county, WM destroyed by fire stockholders. Also an Injunction, is Capital . . . .. .. . . . . . . . .I .* 0

to soften up railroad beds. Trains London, May 30.-AIIIs Jeffriei the at aa early hour yesterday morning, asked to prohibit J. G. White & Co. Surplus and Undivided Profits. .. .. . . . .,oec' .<'

I ber were late from the west and a num actress has been granted a divorce resulting in a lose of about 118,000, from Issuing! $400,000 worth of bonds, Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to asr balk I* .. It"
Wire annulledaltogether. from the Hon. 0. C. Curzon
on the
only partially covered by InBuraoce.By In the name of the Traction company. state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchant, Um** tk c* v.
ground of brutal treatment and misconduct hard work the fire was confined to The complaint alleges that J. G. White Etc. Interest allowed by special ammceinf at AH U fl-
Lightning Explode Torpedoes. Coison U a son of the late the one building which contained 100 transacted promptljr. a
t Co. are trying to "freeze out" the J .. *
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:;. ,_____ _ THE_OCALA BANNER_______PAGE ELEVEN -.


I' me Keenest anxiety Is felt over the tI -_ '_ __ -

POST A CLYCLONEI I i FLOOD CONDITIONS situation at Kansas City, Kans. One I

rumor circulated durmg the night was CONTINUEThose

that scores of people had perishel in

IN WESTERN/ STATES that city, but owing to the fact that j who are gaining flesh
and strength by regular treatment -
there has been absolutely no communication ;0 with

I I with that place since yesterday -
SWEEPSITLANTA.( Number of Lives Lost at Topeka there is a general disposiiton to I Scott's Emulsionshould

discredit this and other sensational continue the treatment
in hot
Placed at 20. weather smaller dose
reports. That there has been some and a little cool milk with it will

, FIRST REPORTS EXAGGERATED. loss i of life there however, is regarded I which io away is attached' with any to fatty objection products -

I a.s probable. during; the heated

Dons Situation at Kansas City Mo., However Looters Ordered Shot season. Send for free sample.
MuchDQmageis] j iij) tlje City aid SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
) Is Still Very Grave-Thousand* Word was brought to police headquarters 409-415 Pearl Street. New York.
I I this morning that a number 5 ef Refugees Are Being Looked After t "- written by men who know, tell
r' of men were looting houses in (he east
: Suburbs by Relief Committees. bottoms. They had improvised rafts you all about

made from boards, and by propellin ;:;

.... Topeka. Kans., June 2.-It is now them with poles were making their Posh
believe} that the total number of lives ; ,
way into the houses through the second 4'-
I lost In the flood here will not exceed I
I story windows. As soon as this They are needed by every man
20. 'word was received by Chief of Police who owns a field and a plow, and
DEATH who desires to get;; the most out
ONE fIOM LIGHTNING No lives were lost in the fires and Hayes, he ordered & detachment of t. of ihem.tA .

only eight buildings were destroyed by officers to the place with strict orders They nfrn. Send postal card,

the fire. that if the story was found to be true FRMtV KU.IVORK*
Early reports were unavoidably ex the thieves should be shot dawn at I .. "a_.. "'I'ftlo >rw Trk

r aggerated. The burni? of lumber once. 1 .; ...- ,':Ii.- ... -

Stom of Wind Haiti and Lightning Visits piles gave the impresau:: that* the At 11 o'clock today the weather bureau -
) City. whole of the northern part of the' city issued the following: NOTICE.

was going and no one was found who There probably will be little change

Several) Buildiijgs Were StrucH by Ligljtning placed his estimate of the k>ss of Ute la the river conditions at Kansas City

I under the hundreds. during tha next :34 hours. Slight flue .... ,, N!OTICV !3HKRKBV: GIVES THAT EU5CT-

Out Fire With the smoke cleared away. th. tuaUons mean but little la the way of Mayville.ions will Pine be Level Held at and Mc.'ntoin.Citra aU WirrnUle.of bos.

; Calling Departneit.une ) ) Kaw falling and communication by relief so long as weather conditions lonz1 named places in Marion county. Florida. during
the houri between 8 o'clock, a. m. saL
boat less difficult, additional light on remain unsettled. A storm area 13 sundown of

the subject was received this mornIng I I central In the middle Mississippi valley S415rdJyJual tok. A. D. I 4.

I tI 2 Atlanta was visited --- and the reduction in the estimated i from which the west has not yet
AU&
For the purpose of electing three tnmcra for
I electrical MANY loss of life followed. emerged, and the threatened development $::12-0-01. each of the following named Soeoal Tax School
BANKERS WILL ATTENaGeorgia
r o M of the most levere About 200 people are still at North I of another storm area In the f' Diatricts, :Mclotoah Wtirsd lc. Mayriitc, l'1ac
J.ormseaterday atternoonit Level and Qtra.and io fix the rate of miRage
.lad ra1 Topeka. One hundred and fifty ot southwest carries no assurance of 1m ": (or each of the above named Special Tax bchool
may j ea rl.OD. Bankers'.J.ssociation Meet In the story I mediate relief. Districts to be levied and collected for the neat
them sought refuge
upper
drtth. three first, the disruption June 17 and 18. E, BLUM & COMPANY ensuing two years. Qualified electors at taut
of the woolen mill They are well Light' to moderate rain have fallen elections are all registered and qualified rutcta
4 tb street car system and the cripcf Atanta! June %.-The next annual fed but extremely uncomfortable.List in the Kaw and middle ani lower 517 and 519 W. Bay Bt. ofthe district wherein they 1't101.k. who pay *
the telephone electric light meeting of the Georgia Backers' association tax on real or personal property within the di>>-
y14!1 Missouri valleys in the past 48 hours, trict they reside.
Jacksonville, pi a.
esra\lh\ afti PUce s1111 interns. will be held in Atlanta. June of Known Dead. and rain is falling over the greater The following persona have beta app rwuK of the gtorm.hi 17 and 18. Arrangements have been inspectorsand clerks ol said election -, ,
tic The following ii a list of the known
n part of Kansas, Iowa Missouri and Mclntosh-W. H. Smith W. G. Nor wertky I j
Lula Hlsctoa! who boarded atm so far completed al to warrant the lead: Nebraska this morning. and W. ;c. Gist inSpectOR; and J. & AHcn | {
treet. while eating a meeting being an unusually large clerk.
Marietta
Henry A. Jordon negro. -
a Railway Traffic Completely Blocked. Weirsdale-Frank Lytle, R S. KrlKf and
eogIon on the back: veranda at that one and many of the moJt: prominent Mr. Ward, an aged man. Never in the history of the west haa L w'I Alexander Wayne inspector;and L. S. E-qouae
vu muck by lightning and financiers of the Empire State of the I clerk. j
limber
Arthur Stitt.
there 'been a more complete prostration I ilayvil'e-J. F. Simpson James McCutly sad
ajm It instantly killed. South have written their intention ofttending. Arthur Stitt. of railway traffic than exists now RememberTE ; I R. G. Alsop inspectors: and W. B. Collins,
Oeonia Avenue Pr* bterlan a Almost every bank in Georgia : clerk.
Tit of Mr. GarretLChild
Five-year-old son west, south and north of Kansas City. it flue Level-R. Morrison. (;co. Turner *a4 t
Horn, Yllida WM located lot the corM will be represented at the convention of Mr. George M. Story. The approaches to the bridge of the J. T. Ross inspectors:and H jgh Kosa clerk.
i i Citra-Stewart ". ti. Aldermao a4
and Grant as matters of much importance Kamey i 1
cf Georgia avenue Hiss Louise Zahy Jackson, a widow.
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul at J.lI. Crosby, inspectors; and R. K. WarUnaas. j
itreit, VM itruck la two places by are to ccaie up for. discussion and ac- Henry LudingtOn. Sheffield, 10 miles west of Kansas : -ii. clerk. "- f
!Ii
l1! By order of the Board of Public Instruction
tlMallI': ud waZ burned to the t John Wells. City went down this morning although \ \ CAN sell you the u, I the 6th day of April.A. D. loot. 5 1 3- 3
put Among the many speakers who will Mrs. Ida Montgomery. intact I Attest; W, D. CAM. (;. S SCOTT. -13
the bridge Is and id high I '
Tbi rwildenee of E. D. Nealy, 37i make addresses of pertinent interest Karl and Amelia Rutt, both children. enough to stand any possible stage I 'S smallest article or a Ij I il 5 I Secretary. Chairman. j,

Oeq' arena*, which adjoined theM to banking circles will be Mr. Ridgely, Andrew Prezel. of water. j J
,, comptroller of the !: carload of anything iI'Ii NOTICE OF APPLICATION if
tbuc badly damaged by are.Tb. treasury department Among the missing are D. H. C. The Santa Fe bridge at Sibley 25 pertaining j FOR LEAVE

residence of Mrs. Nera Strauss, at Washington. One of the Miner and his son-in-law. A. C. Keat miles"-frem here, is the only structureof ''i to Hardware Iron !i 11.'i TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. ::

11 Gnat. facet which also adjoined pleasant features will be an elaborate ing. The rescuers of the Hayner the kind still standing. Unless the ,

ft* cnurch vcs alao badly damaged luncheon to be served at the home of family took the women and children I I water blocks the tracks leading to it II Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite !;j: 1the-, OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT OX J
"7Izi. the Piedmont Driving club on June the first boat. When they returned ,
on I this line will manage to keep the II H
Tilrtj-elght! trolley cars of the 17. After this, the visitors will make the doctor could not be found. I I service to Chicago. At the up offices :: Lime, Cement, Stoves. III 2.md day 'f Junt. a. />. i' /is,
a tour of the town. In the evening ,I : I will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock j
OurcU Railway and Electric company They lived in a one-story house. Two of the Santa Fe it was stated this I :1':1'I County Judge in and tor jlartoa Conaty, Stale
14 Cell fuse burned out and bec&zi the annual banquet will be served atthe miles down the river a shirt marked I I I morning that one train had left for ,, 'I of Florida, at his office tn Ocala, in Mid county
Kimball which will be the head' TWENTY-FIVE CARLOADS '1 1I lor an order authorizing me, a* Guardian :J
Four others were ,
: teopmtlre. A. C. Keating was found afloaL Frances l..
the west going over the Missouri Pa- III Le&esoe, the minor heir o< the estate .
Iwtikd fey *nd md mud being washH quarters of the convention. A number President Roosevelt telegraphed to cific tracks to Paola, Kan., thence to I I IN OURWAREHOUSES of sale L.the F. R.following Lesesne, deceasei* to Mil at private
!:he track. The entire system i of exceptionally clever speakerswill from Governor Bailey II property)belonging- to sail
tpoa day Cheyenne to Ottawa and then on to California. At estate lo-wit Commtnauj JI.Jc, west of
tu dUnpttd for about two hours. I respond to toasts, which are now offering the assistance of the federal the Missou. Pacific this was denied, !I :; northeast range 20 corner. thence section 25 towiuhiD ij.

, Tie tlectrlc lighting system of the I being prepared by those having charge authorities. If deeded, as (follows the statement being made that no I I'' I II I south 39.93 chs east 21.25 ells.weltt south 21.25 u eh,. CD sad*.
(/ orcla Railway and Electric company of this matter. : I '1 8iochs, north I7ch*,we.t:.60 cb. north J.j8tb.
trains had one over their line today. west 30 links north 3997 cha. to bonnier. usa
tu readtred Inoperatlre from about That the guests will have every posaible "Cheyenne, Wyo., May a.-Hon. W. : southwest quarter tecuoo
The Wabasb. announced this morning itibAiAthiAE 25. towtihip it, laefe 1
1.'K o'clock In the afternoon until 1l attention during their stay here J. Bailey. Topeka Kans.-Am Inexpressively that they would have a train east &t I! ( CO :i 20 north, escept and 13.15 southwest chs. east north and east we corner.tby' 21 cha.a.4 !: s?

. l ... tU most severe stom that members of the local committee. These dreadful calamity that has befallen quartet northeast quarter oltectuiB jittowav :

Ua fitt4| Atlanta for a number ofjtan. are T. J. Peeples of the MaddoxRucker Topeka. If there la anything the federal the to Wabash leave over hopes the Milwaukee were blasted bridge and, ::1! Gainesville, Florida. Ii! tup township 13, range 13.20 range, and southwest 31 eaut 521.59 quarter acre*KCttV. 1; I,

Banking Joseph T. Orme, Said land belonging to the attiC el the Mid
company; authorities can do, of courts let ,
that line I$ for the time being, out of L. F.R. teseseae. deceased to be sold toe the
Tt. storm derfloped to almost a of the Lowry National bank and L me know. Theodore Roosevelt." business. I best Interest of said minor heir
fartiio la 1 !iBtraslty. The wind came Frank Hawkins, of the Third National]I The message reached the governorat 5-J94t This :26th MAKfeARITE.I.KSESNECutrJiaB.day of May. 1903.
I- THE -r
U$ ift! ."tI, blowing the torrents of bank. 11 o'clock this morning. Only one DEB MOINES RIVER RECEDING. ;t

nit bllar-cg ib.eta through the railroad line can get In or out of Topeka -- ,
:
M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE
ROAD MAY BE BUILT. today, and that is the Santa Fe. Flood Victims Are Suffering From SPECIAL MASTERS SALE. c

RftU aTUr Cash or terrifying light-! I by way of Bmporia. A train was sent Many Privations.Des |
Ills f&It and peal after peal of deep- Helena, Tupelo and Decatur Rail to EmporU this morning at 5 o'clock o 0 0 0 COMPANY NOTICE IS HEfcKBV GIVEN 1 TIUT THE 1 if!
Moines Iowa, June 2.-The Del ..
Road. .o4enotgaed as spsciiil .101<<. sndcy aa4 ,
--
ktal thittdar
shook th another will be
window and sent out at noon.
by virtue oi tbe fiail decree of the
back banks circuit
Moines river is now in its court 1!
..hUt It 11'1 almost Ute one conS New Decatur, Ala., June 2. 'There From Emporia the train will try to-'go F. D. POOSER of Marion County, flonda, IB tb,cause whtma
Agent
$I Helena which was its maximum last year, and R. M. Burton u complainant aadi S Haute
tsu: is a strong probability that the -
roar west via Ottawa on the Missouri Pa. and I. N. Withers arc defendant, rendered :
Tit daman in and around the city Tupelo and Decatur railroad will I cific. the record prior to the present flood. OO.L.FLORIDA.. the i6th day ot August 1901. by Honorable W-on*. :.

*6: aaxxwt tI many thousand dollut. soon be built A representative of The property loss from the best estimates The river Is declining at the rate of 10 Bullock.Mi
New York capitalists Is now in New now possible will amount to an Inch an hour. and indications point auction on :

Decatur looking into the matter, and I approximately 1000000. The whole I I I to a more rapid decline from this on. 4lf.fJyJMN1 Ii:. A. D tftj.

NUPTIALS OCCUR AT ROME. Ipon his report will largely depend I of North Topeka is still under water Extreme cold continues and the flood before legal houiaof the court Mle.house the door following at Dealt dcicnbcd darinc U the 4 ,

tae ultimate fate of the road. It wuurveyed 7 feet deep. While the two hundred victims are still without sufficient to-wii: Lot numbered 10 section: lowithip it

lIect": Late Millionaire Mackay some time since but owingto people penned up in the second stories clothing. Pitiful appeals are made lot south ii,o section' range 17.14 township coauming u. wutfe 4C>tea of*ra.e.* *; also.. 1\

Wid Slgnor Martino. the death of Mayor Medford, who of various buildings have plenty >f for dry garments for women and chil containing 40 acres. and Ijrio sad beta* Mtwt,

be. JOB* :.Telfener, daughter; was very active ki pushing the enterprise food. they are In great need of good dren. The most alarming reports: in mortgaged Marion county premises, Florida detcnbed said IB the Uad said being
fit tauten Tclfener and niece of the- it was suffered to lag somewhat. drinking water, which is being supplied were received this morning concerning and so to be old to satisfy the iodeptc4oew a4. fl
to 'the' terminal facilities and 'I of and judged to be due br the Mid : __ t?
Joba If the epidemic pneumonia
W, Maekay. was married proper as rapidly as possible in barrels I cash to the higher bidder. !1
W7 to Signer! Gino de Iartlno. son the right of way are obtained In the and cans. I kindred disorders. Doctors are unable JOllY Z. UUOO; .

It the former under iccretary of for Decaturs and the people show the The great fear at present IB that .,, to get sleep, so numerous are the JOhN G. ilEA RDO Special, marfci ia duMvry. t

Sail If ilr*. The civil ceremony was requisite amount of interest In the pro some of the buildings in North Topeka calls, and scores of fatalities resulting 1-5 Sot for Com ,

"'-toft54 at the capitol by the mayor. ject, it is now'almost a certainty that may collapse because df their I from exposure: seem inevitable.The .

n. Wilt'* wttnenej were Lewis M the road will"be built at an early foundations being undermine by the smallpox hospital was surrounded As before stated, 1 have on band a I

Lz& tecretary of the United States date. ThU road will open up one of rf f water. There is no immediate apprehension by water and the coal and food carload of one and two-horse mowers, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

.salTf ttd Owwt MacchL The the richest coal Iron and timber landsIn that the woolen mill will I supply was cut off for two days, but rakes, sickle grinders and repair- I .
ga I I I parts, and shall have in the next tea Department of the Interior, Land office at
bii4eyoom's wltnesse* were the duke the entire south, and one which down, but at the sam time every effort the anxious inmates have been reassured days a car load of reapers, binders Gainesville, Fla., April rflb, 190)

It Temw t&d the duke of Sermo- hat never been developed for lack of will be made to extricate: people by the declining of the water. shredders and every part pertainingto IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE

IIa.'Jt. railroad facilities. from that point as quickly u possible The general food and fuel famine make harvesting a success. NOTICE n.mcd aettler baa filed notice .!

f.ltioua creeiony took place At Helena Ark.. the roai will connect ,0 to avoid any further los of life. that was threatened yesterday is now Remember that the McCormick his his claim intention, aad to that make Mid final proof proof will i. be ai made>purt W.

tkt frtvit chapel of the GabrleUl with the Illinois Central, thereby believed to: have been averted binder ia the only right hand machine Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Fta.. .B before

ISR's' ter* ia. Telfeners live. Mon giving to the two Decaturs aa addition SITUATION AT KANSAS CITY. as teams and boats have succeededin on the market, and should you buy 11.5. 6IA, I ,
*.. Stow al trunk line. reaching freight cars stranded outside any other, you are euredo be disap-
canon of St. John Lat.n1 pointed. viz: Isaac Well of Orange'Spriac*. ......
officiate The bride's witnea- ; The prospects are better than ever City Almost an l land-Rail Communication the city. Wedefy and challenge the world to homestead 18273 lor the wuihw*. uurtcr (t*
.. at till ceremony were former pre- before that the work will be under.taken Cut Off. The Northwestern, Minneapolis and meet us in the harvest field. Thereis south.low111,12.range 13 24 md east.M) aectfoniis, tuwaiMp H

tIe. tit Marqult dl Rudinl, and in earnest soon and carried to Kansas City Mo., June 2.-The doe- St. Louis and Rock Island are operatIng the place to show what your ma- continuous He name the following witnesses to piawe M*
residence
. Pn1c.cOflL! completion. date aspect of the flood situation here trains irregularly, boats and hacks chines are. Call.and see me and I said land. viz. Janice ICiug upon ly and. Cbartr cuUtva'te..s *.f,

pilato wu magnIficently dec _ _ I howed no Improvement this morning, being employed to transport passengers will give you points that will interest I. P. Wells Haywo Brinjun, all 01 fWaagC,

Qfifel. Fatal Family Row. except: that the fires which it was fear to and from the trains beyond the you, and save you money. Every Springs, Fla. W. G. KOUIN'SOK,
Chicago June 2.-While murderously last would flooded district Other railways are machine sold will be put up and 3'; kgui.
ed night
spread, were put
testedtefore it j is turned to
C.ttn Mills Reid,!* Work. atta.ckin.g Mrs E. Shermajelsklyesterday out by the rain and the flood itself. till tied upSUPPOSED. over you. ------ ...

tn.n, llu,., June %. The gates Frank LJzinskl, her broth So far as rail communication was F'. D. POOSER Agent. NOTICE.
the struck the head with: DEED OF MAFIA.Paulo's .
11 auuh er-in-law was on the 3-18-dlt-wlm
uat'ttl. Merrimack, concerned city was almost an is-
-****, Twmont a flat iron by one of her sons and --- l
In the Circuit
and Suffolk HamllApjrtrton land. The only communication, and Court ot the Fttk .JWMM Circuit -
*** thrown down a flight of stairs. A Murderers Made Effort to Delude of
Florida
in
NOTICE. and for .
{ cotton mills. which that very uncertain, was by a road Maria* OBaaiy.Xardssa
**J M n dosed for nine weeks by half hour later Lizmskl was dead. running southeast. Police. Wiight. va. S. C. WI.
of labor Whether 'te died as a rest! of the Chicago, June 2.-after killing Gu-
: ST trGuble were opened Business all over the city was sus I II. I In the Circuit Court ofthe Fifth Judicial Circuitof IT 15 ORDERED:: THAT TH8 ur......-r.
t ,. Th* Lawrence mills, which blow or committed suicide after being pended. Manufacturers on high aeppe Paulo last night, the murderers I I Florida in and for Marion County, inChancery. S.C.Wr1ghtbeandbejbe..,........ ..
t' pertly ejected cannot be decided until the I. forced a revolver into the deal man's appear to the bill ol vnptaial ia !:: eloe4' also resumed. Only ground;: wen compelled to shut o down the
f. t UOO o Inquest. Burns of carbolic acid the almost hand in an apparent effort delude' I I Louisa Erans Plain ft5.. Addison Evans, Defendant jrd day..locust, A. D. / *.
t1verf'pondej out owing to total shutting off It is farther ordcred that a copy of ISIs....
tit '.ot Um' were found on his mouth. The attack the police Into the belief that he had -Bill for divorce. be published once week fur '
who eight
had been Idle. of the water supply. No street cars I I anew
I? t4iptt Co& on Mrs. Schermajelski is sail committed suicide. The police believe | IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT weeks in the Ocala Banner.
>r, of the Textile were running nor were railroad This the 25th of ...
1 I asso- any Addison Evans be and he is hereby required day May. D. '..'
Ito5 **U that reports from meet to have followed her refusal to man, trains going to or from the city northor the killing was premeditated and was to appear to the bill ot complaint in this ISKALJ S. T. :i iTava.
t'a ,.14 by t&e Lizinski. either for the purpose of roberry or cause on om.a..aGlart
Tirliws unions IndIa west or south. The blockade at
Bl4.C.5iatD.C.)
flttf that revenge, perhaps a deed of the Mafla. maavtht (jOt dlly ofJulg;..1. D. igoj. H..W. CHASDL
*,
ninny .
per cent of the skillJuliM the outlet to the southeast, was so It is farther ordered that a of this orderbe CoD'
copy .
'4 plaiDant'slOlicit
Antarctic Steamer Safe. They are searching for Vieto Leosa << j"
ht'lp"t'nt Into the mills. severe that traffic in that directionwas published once a week for four consecutive
fl 4. tie mill Berlin, June 2.-A dispatch received and Francisco Chrecko who are accused weeks in the Ocala Banner.
ienu wy that the re- practically at a stan'd..tllLPeople Done this the isth day of May A. D. fooj.
;!GIN Natal today asc of the murJ two
Durban er by witnesses
ot
the operatives is satlsfacrchuti here from Given Rations. [SEAL] S. T. SISTRl'" K, NOTICEf
IiIrJ. nounced that the German antarctla of the shooting. CARLOS 1. SIBTRCNC.: Clerk Circuit Court. f

steamer Gauss, concerning whose safety Thousands of refugees at the convention The police found letters which Indicate Complainant's Solicitor. 6-5-03 In the Circuit court of the
FlfthJ4slsl
Hold Meeting.w considerable apprehension was felt hall made their breakfasts that the names of all the men of Florida, Marion CIIIIIIA >

C\k'CO, June 2"-Herr Johann Most passed Durban yesterday on. her waj from the liberal rations issued by the are fictitious and that the tired are NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1I 1 1I : McAden taty.
.4 I Mary Coo-plaiaaat, vs. R.G. .kA...
!
; principal; speaker at a picnic to Cape Town. relief committee. Th police Lava recent arrivalsranjay I I befendaat.TT 1.
'It
\ 7Htfrda' ternoon \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDIT- r
at :
\ Sharj Wealthy woman Takes Poison. been orderd to shoot on sight any ua., June 2.-The dry kiln .L\ ors legatees distributors and all persons IS ORDERED THAT R.G. ppjyij ff
UDder
& the auspices of the Princeton, N. J., June 2.-.Mrs. Emily one caught plundering.The of Shtppen Bros.' large lumber plant haviug claims or demands against the estate of! A delendant her ,n named be a ad be M....... <
ttnltlQI. A. deceased to the required to appear to the bill ,'. ..
Many anarchlsta J. Perry present same to the ol CI .r
r.'i Present Gambril, aged) 37. wife of Juel,Gan number of lives lost in this city at this: place was consumed by fire undersigned Administrator within two years said cause on

Ititloned, and a detail of police bril, of this city, died today from taking cannot be learned for some time and Saturday. The building was brick and this rthday of April 190 .'lwtda1l. the 6th d iy nfJffy, .1. /i tU .... ..
t=wtot In th* grove. Anarchy poison Jast night. Her husband probably ne"eroill t>e known defi full of improved machinery and contained 5-l-St J. H. PERRY. Adnii.istrator.fOLEYffONEYTAR. is ordered that a copy of IBM vcr be pda. &

: l't dl'<'UISEd. Most advised hi* recently left her. Both families are nitely. However, there seems to ba 73,000( feet of valuable lumber ; in lisbed the Ocala once a Banner.week for lour coMentin wet II' A

:'l' to uphol i the flag and the wealthy. She was the daughter ot ample verification of reports which which was all destroyed. The adjoining Done thU the -th day of Mi r. A D W
t o< the [SEAL T. SISTHrwk.
United S. f
j' States -and the late Daniel Keadle. account for the loss of more than a
*Iii frtm buildings were saved. by heroic. H.W.CU.L'DLE&, Cerk Circuit Cwrt. -
1'\! any arts of violence. '" dozen lives in the bottoms. work. tops the cough and heals lung I Complainanfi Solicitor.ffi .eso
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i 6AITCRVIUE NEWS. II I I "1,!Illtltl" "ll" l "ttltom' "P11" "1." "tlftll" "Itl4" " " " " " "1' 1.

, Dry weather this week in Gaiter- v"ttF .....
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t. Corn crops will be very much shortened -
without a rain in the near fu ABE =:


ture.Mr. o. L. Stokes is one among the GROGJAKE

I first in Gaittrville to sell melons.Mr. TEA POT I I Ie
W. F. McConn, of Shady, was
a visitor on Sunday. I
It. A pleasant time at Stoke's Ferry ....
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; < Jut Saturday. A fish fry at which
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quite a crowd of the Gaitervilleitea -.. -
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were present. Uncle Joe arriving at

a late hour,owing to a business trip 3 38 VARIETIES
miUD E I
) ;. to Dunnellon, but in time to-well we
All know he was on hand and that ia
A To I I sufficient I
SCARLET"CANNED
1Uo < Mr. C. B. Brooks, who for the past i "ROYfIL

nine months has been in Dade county, .....
---
returned to his old home here Sun.
A 1 I t day and on hearing some one speak E \ GOODS Fleet
1 he said that he .....
of melons
L r ing ripe --- ..... )
I l melons --
bad been eating ripe ever
MrJ f --- .. f
I since the first of March. .

i That ia strange, imi't it? Y Tl Put Up in Tin Cans and Glass Jars.HIRES' .:: I
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rr
c Next Saturday is the day appointedfor 1
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HI : the school flection in this district. -_-_-_ r I frF
It ia believed it will be well attended.1.Mn.
.1* I .
A. W. Brass is expecting to '

>is*; leave this week for MadUon county,
where she will remain till after the EXTRACTS
110 r I
4th, of July, visiting relatives.It .
jo| seems, like Miss Violet, of the 4f

Joa' Ocala Star, has discovered in Gaiter. [ \PA 3

J Ville some poor fellow in distress, or
K
at least I would think BO if I was in
I'f his place. Just think of lour girls E:= For Fountain Use F F

claiming one boil Don't I wish it
-.
L ': was me: ha ha. Wonder who he is OVi

anyway? He surely the only peb-
ble on the beach.
AlVk UNCLE JOE. i tiE f

Interesting To Asthma Sufferers.

B Daniel Bante, of Otterville, Iowa, T -ArF = ;1
writes, "I have had asthma for three
i or four years and have tried about all f I
A the cough and asthma cures in the
It I market and have received treatment
from physicians in New York and Xh7b
IL '
1a otbes cities, but got very little benefit ar
J i: until I tried Foley's Honey and: Tar, --
'l :, I which gave me immediate relief, and --
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i t- I will never be without it in my house ___ T J __
i I sincerely recommend it to all."
1 Post Office Drug Store. m b
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BEUEVieW NEWS. et& CHASE & SANBORN'S BUFFALO CHOP TEAS e ...

The regular monthly council meet .
ing was held Tuesday night in the ---

town hall. E In Bulk and 1.2 and 1-lb, Lead Foil Packages I I
J. J. Nelson took a load peaches ... Ij
.I r\ to Ocala Tuesday picked from Judge --j
I Hopkins' fine orchard.Mr. --- -
i i .J).E. Stroble: has been quite ill
as the result of overheating: E THE BEST TO BE HAD AT ANY PRICE I

Mr?. T, A. Mitchell left Saturday __ "

for a visit with relatives Oxford. ,_.... 1:
Mr. Tremere returned Tuesday
__ % i
night after several days spent in I

i Jacksonville.Mr. EE
t r aud Mrs. J. H. Hilton left Sat

fI r i fi fr urday home.for Brooklyn.N. Y., their summer : ?dB II IIE IIE

The severe wind storm which struck
I
here late Tuesday afternoon, laid fiat I
almost the entire twenty foot fence .

around the ten a<*n. orange grove oft := : 'TLJ --
> Judge L. I,. Hppkiua on Dinburj -

; avenue, betide bi"! win?over a nulU--

I: her of large pine tre s around town [ 1'
r The storm took the form of a small
cyclone and did great deal 1 of damage -

i camp.to pine trens in-.--the turpentine JOSH. i hY MA L ORDER S \ \

I Constipated Bowels.To :: !
have good health, the '
body
,. should be kept in a laxative condition F % ) I
anti the bowels moved at least once a E # I Solicited, and Will Receive Our ::
day, MI that all the poNonous waste '
are expelled daily. G. L. Edward, % 1.1I
142 Slain street, Wichita,Kan., writes i Immediate and Personal Attention,
"I haU td Herbine to regulate the I .-
liver aud bowels for the past ten year _1 .4
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and found itareliabteremedy; 50c at .. -
F ....
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m

Sunday School Convention.The mfE: : We give a ticket entitling you to participate ::

Suud,.y School Convention of F Free Trip ; Free I TripTo
the Northern District of the Marion in the drawing for a free ticket to New

Baptist Association met at Citra Sat. -4
urday and Sunday. The York and return all expenses paid for ten days
meeting E=

J.was A.presided Carlton.over by Vice President P. To New York with each Fifty Cent CASH Purchase. Hew York ,

w Eight Sunday schools -'III,
were represented -
4:
by a delegation that was ...;
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thoroughly alive to the Sunday school J":

work. J;
Among the visitors present were H.
B. Stevens and Dr. E. T. Allen, of Yours for more business,
i I
DeLand. Dr. Allen was a host with ;:
in himself in the work of the conven
tion. I A. BROWN & BRO. Proprietors. ;:

The Post Office Drug Store, in keeping ,
with their ..
j general reputation sell .
...
nothing but the best. Yon will find .- "
John R. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye --

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