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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: July 24, 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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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).
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roL, ixxvi NO. 5:* OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1903. DOLLAR YEAR ; ihltfifillil111111111111111111n1111111111111111111111III

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''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''" I A SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL EDITION. I The Game at Palatka. if s

"I"i!! I I The ball game played on the Palat
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As will be seen by an announcement ka diamond by the Ocala Juniors and e i! V/.'

-- on our front page we have in the Palatka Nine Chums Tuesday I

1--- contemplation a Special Edition on a ternoon was a very interesting and BANK yliI i

contested The Juniors
.-- largrr scale than we have ever before i hotly game. Gives you standing. Paying i
I -- 1 knocked Palatka'a pitcher out of the (ICCOUNT I
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attempted.Our
bills
with checks
"that !
box the first inning, when they put ina means,

IN A BOX | facilities/ are so much better in pitcher from the first nine. Until man baa a bank account. i ii

every way we feel that we can handle the eighth inning the score was 3 to 1
Makes no difference how much.
this edition to much better advantageboth in favor of the Juniors but in this f
If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have =5 You can enjoy the distinction- <
Dice tatioaery.. You're In a box if you haven't the paper, and :::S to ourselves and to our patrons, Inning the Nine Chums scored four J

J'lPfrl.ln a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. ;: runs. on errors by the Juniors, thus ; and without cost. All you needto 4
and it shall be our purpose to makeIt .It
putting the score 5 to 3 in favor of the do is here t
POSTOFFICE DRUG contribute to the material advancement to open an account ,
STORES.r home team. Fred Vogt, for the "
of the state.Bhabspeare but.make it a rule never to over t
Juniors, pitched a magnificent game. i

--- says "there is a timeIn The boys report a plea ant trip and draw. I
MUNROE&
CBAMBUSS
--- the affairs of men, which, If taken ay they were well treated by the f

at the flood, leads on to fortune." Palatkas. They reached home at t }

-- 12:30 o'clock Tuesday night. Rankers, .;", i
We ii
believe that this flood time Is
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The game will be repeated soon on
-- now within the grasp of Florida and OCALA, FLORIDA- II 1
the Ocala diamond. i
L J 1IIIIIlIlIIUIUIIIIIIIIlIIIIi all she needs is to reach out active, t
The following was the score by I

1111lIIIJl1111111111111111111111lI1! willicg hands to secure it. innings : J!

We shall aim to make, this Industrial latka..O 10000040-5 i

-- Ocala. 2 0 0 0 00.100-3 5 u -- t
Edition stimulate great effortsin ,
Mr. Stephen Jewett kept the score r6NTIMONOPOL

". this direction. and Mr. Titus umpired the game. Y DRUG STORE. t

Heating af the City Council. <

The following members were present Reading Club. I
The reading club meeting with Mrs.J I
at the meeting of the city council Having recently purchased the Anti-Monopoly Drug 8",11&0 '
J. Gerig Tuesday afternoon was a this method of
to its former
announcing
Tuesady night viz Messrs. Edwards 21 patrons, aa well a* to the i
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particularly pleasant one. The work public in general, that the prescription department la now better than 1
Barco, Jones, Smith, Gates, McIver, ever prepared to handle thia branch of the business with accuracy and
for the coming winter was discussed.It Only the best and t
promptness.
Chace and Carmichael. purest drugs will be ed-no cheap i JI
has been decided to take up the substitutes permitted to enter into the make-up of prescriptions left f
It was ordered that the books of city here for compounding. The drugs ul are from the well known 1
study of the German writers, composers I house of Parke, Davia & Co., and others of equal reliability. We
officials be checked up by an expert
and painters and the members don't use "nearly the same thinii" or otnetUiog just u goal, bat
accountant.A just what your prescription calls for. This last is of vital importanceand
of the club expect to spend the wyi- is worth your while to think about.
batch of bills were audited and I
ter months moet profitably and
ordered paid.Interest .
flip Apse: twerred for D. Woodrow, Phosphate and Timber Land: Ocala Fla. pleasantly. A committee composedof
on judgment up to July 1 61 STANDARD PflTENT MEDICINES AND FULL LINE OF
J Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Miss Minnie
was ordered paid.
Gs.msbyanJliss Esther Weatherswas TOILET ARTICLES (ILWAYS ON I q RD.ID .
Mr. Ford appeared before the body I
appointed to get up the programs
uu )riaissia EASSIS. iccai Editor Hon. J. B. C. Koonce, of Sumter- aud bUted that property holders in
for the coining season. Give call when in need of
me a anything in line. I Ito
vile, spent Sunday in Oeal with his his part of the city were without fire my guarantee
During the remainder of the sum- I give you satisfaction on every article bought here. As! to price*. I
TOWN. wife and son. protection. The matter was referred 01 propose standing strictly on what the name ANTI-MONUPOLY
HAPPENINGS ABOUT mer selections from Browning and would indicate. Yours for business, ,
to the water and fire committee and a
MM. G. T. Mauhs has returned several other poets will be read.
hydrant, in all probability, will be
J. W. CASTEL
)Ir. Joe Davis, of Summerfield: from a we"k's visit to Mrs. William Mrs. Gerig treated the club to deli- Prop.
placed in that section of the city.It .
nilD Della Mouday.B Porter in Jacksonville cious lemonade during the afternoon. L
seems that the wires for the new 55 6rv iacracfi3t aFaua55 u r5c5e.a aaaa a
The club will meet with the Misses
K. Thrower of Gainesville, wa Mr. Geo. Nash has returned from telegraph call box system were placed
Bullock next week. ._... ...,....., .. ..
Is the city 3loudy.MI..Os.ie Sew York, where he has been to visit on the electric light poles without 5tsss :" .'s''s-'s-.s.r. ,;ss s,.ij5giagiga sst-- s.'J'5W' '

-- his invalid wife for !some weeks. authority. Escaped and is Captured. )
firiflin, of Anthony, was :
A committee was appointed to investigate Sandy Hogans, one of the convictsout
hopping lu X-aU Mouday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, of III : :
the same. on the Marion Farms, seined one G. ANASH'SRED i
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New Orleans, are the guests "f Mr.
I*. A. J* IzUr returned Monday I Some dispute arising about the of the best mules on the place Mon
Moore's parents, )Ir. and Mrs. C. L.
afttrnoun from Denmark, 10;. C. payment for a barrel of disinfectantit day and made a bold brake for liberty It

Moore. was ordered that same be returned. FRONT STORE.
I Mb May Pasteur of Anthony, was
Mr. E. L. Carney has received hiscowmb..Hon
: The chairman of the street committee As soon as Mr. Pelot, the manager
I tbopplog in Ocala Wednesday.Mr. .
and is
from the governor was empowered to pave all of the Farms, was informed of his

Hugh Haycrafl returned Tuesday now in possession the tax collector's streets where the property owners escape he made hot pursuit and fin- Special Sale of White Goods rU

from. visit to Fellowship.Mr. office. would place in bank two thirds of the ally overtook the runaway in Gum

_. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redding, of cost 'If grading and paving same. Swamp, several miles south of Ocala.
J. K. Wilson returned Sunday I and Embroideries !
Jacksonville, and their guest, Miss The following persons were placed The man refused to surrender and
from a two week's vhit to Tenuestee.Mr. .
Christian Cook, of Brooksville, spent on the board of equalizers, viz: was shot with small shot. His ,
Don't fail to see the wonderful values in In.
Leonard Dozier; is a.-si.-tinjj Mr. Sunday at Atlantic Beach William Hocker, city at large. wounds are not serious. The mule
sertions, Beadings and Edgings at loc. Way
John L. Edward, 1st ward. was; also wounded.
Eo
L. CarDe) iu the tax collector's Mrs. J. H. Spencer and children down prices on all Colored Lawns, Etc.
office. G. S. Scott'nd ward, holdover. While Hogans was escaping on the
__ and two sisters, the Misses Mole, left
George McKay, 3d ward.T. mule John Jackson took :advantage I I
Mr. Ed. Jvilbrds returned from
: has Tuesday afternoon for South Carolinato F
J. Owen, 4th ward, vice Geo. A. of the excitement and escaped on
Clearwater and is at H. B. Masters' spend the balance of the summer
A mu LINE[ OF f mu' FURNISHINGS I
alaln with relatives. Carmichael resigned. foot and has not yet been captured.The .

Council adjourned.No .
Mr. J. M. Young, of Inverness, wag: T.-U's. Popular Plan. t
Messrs. John W. Pearson and eIAND LADIES'[ AND GENTS' SHOES.
I among the attorneys to Ocala False Claims. "It was thought," says the Times- ..
visiting Charles H. Lloyd were initiated into The of and
I TlM'IIday. I I I propietors Foleys Honey' Union, "that the novelty of the plan
the mysteries of the order of Elks Tar do not advertise this is a "sure I

Mr.and Mrs. D. A. Clark and baby, 1 I Tuesday night. There was fun a plenty cure for consumption." Thay do not would at least serve to attract attention \V e are making a feature of our MILLINERYand

ilt Martel, have gone to Seabreeze to until midnight.Miss claim it will cure this dread complaints and that the state could never Ladies' Trimmed Hat Department.

ptad several weeks. in advanced cases, but do posit. be more fittingly represented at St.: l
l PRICES THE LOWEST.
Christian Cook, of Brooksville, ively assert that it will cure in the ear Louis than by three of her fairest

The four oldest children of )Ir. and who has been visiting Mr. W. A. lierstagt' and never fails to give com- daughters, each bearing for gratui

l )Ir. E. K. Nelson have gone to Ten. lieddli'g, will leave in a few days to fort Foley's and Honey relief in and the Tar worst is without cases. tous distribution three special editions I i Remember the Red Front !
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ton
** to spend the summer. spend the summer in Atlanta and doubt the greatest throat and lung of the Times-Union, profusely illustrated
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Mrs, M. M. Juhau and daughter, vicinity.Jack30nuilleIetropolis.. remedy. Refuse substitutes. Post and giving in detail the special G !5bI5".st5S5'>5'5\5'S.:15'.51515\5' 5, .S".5b-.s1S'SS'.5'. S
Ml Office Drug Store. m attractions and advantages of each
Mary Juhan, leave Saturday for I )Melville Eichelberger, who was
: sections in "
of the-three question. -
Atlanta I Off for
- to spend several mouths. Jacksonville.
Batchelder'smill
hurt in an accident at

31,.. John Doggett, of Jacksonville, at Panasotf notice of which Messrs. E, P. Thagard, Walter Ray, Bronchitis For Twenty Years. ..-... .-..' ..,- ... .... MOSQUITOCANOPIES.U

f It was made in these columns several T. C. Hall, R. S. Hall, L. Horn, J. M. Mrs. Minerva Smith. Danville, 111., '. .J. :": -:
, expected iu O 'ala next week to be .;
.
f the guest of Mrs. Clarence Camp. days ago, is now an inmate at the Bell, Louis Lang and J. D. Pope, dele- writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty .

t Marion County Hospital. gates from the sub-turpentine Opera. years and never got relief until I used 1

Dr. and! Mrs.A.lt-Toph and little tors Association of this district, left Foley's: Honey and Tar which has .:<./. ;.:;v,: Nickel plated.

Ion left Tuesday for Cincinnati, Ohio, Rev E. L. Todd occupied the pulpitin Wednesday for Jacksonville over cure cured me." Post Office DrugStore :: & *" / *>**t *k Patent frames.

to a \End church Sunday night and the Seabord Air Line m
{ the balance of the summer. Baptist railway to at- $ .' Plain nets and
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Mr delivered a profound and masterly tend the State Turpentine Operators' Harrison-Williamson. M** .*J. r * ft. with lace.
i at'd Mrs. J. J. Tillis and sou I
The discourse listened
turned home Tuesday afternoon sermon. was Association. Mr. Jack Harrison, of Leesburg, ;. 'Bobinet nets
( to with deep interest by a large con- After the adjournment of the association was married to Miss Mamie Williamson r
rota -
visit to Stanton, on Lake Plain and lace
Weir grt'gation.-Plant City Courier. these gentlemen will go to the Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at

Continental at Atlantic Beach and the home of the bride in Gainesville, iMV trimmed.OC&UFURNiTUBECO..
)111. M. E. McConnell, after a few Miss Bessie Porter expects to
r' few It for the
spend a days. goes Rev. W. S. Carpenter officiatID;.
'r ***' visit in Ocala, returned to her !j j: entertain a number of young ladies that
will have
saying they a splendid The groom is well known in this .
, torn at Jacksonville Tuesday after- at a house party at Lake Weir. They
I time. city and county, having lived here at E. C. SMITH Prop.WHITE'S .
; .noon.Mr. will go down today and remain! ,
Morris Smith to Entertain.
one time. His friends here extend
i *. E. L Wartuiann and about t(;n days and will be chaperonedby
6 daughMU Morris Smith, who leaves on Saturday congratulations. Mr. and Mrs.l3ar- .

ter, Mary Waatmann, of Citra Miss: Porter's aunt Mrs.-Toby. The for Orange to
Virginia, spend rison passed through Ocala Tuesday

r xher a brief visit in Ocala, returned following are the ones who will com- several months with relatives, will afternoon on their way to Leesburg.Rev. WORMS CREAM

i 10 rUra Tuullay.1. pose the house party: Misses Bessie entertain a number of his young i VERMIFUGE i !

\1..beD other- Porter, Edna Dozier, Annie Mae friends this afternoon. Henry W. Little will deliver Xott la Quanta?. enluf wa. -

Toley'a Kidney medicine Cure.have' It failed has cured take Standley, Pauline Sullivan, Eloise Morris is very popular among the an address on Pope Leo XIII at Grace For 20 Years Has Led.all Worm Remedies.r( 'tW

-hea very thing else has disppolnted. Miller, Gertie Peyser and Louise Har- younger set and his party will be a Episcopal church Sunday morning at BOLD 8'Z' AlXa :aRVGG26T.
Prepared by- -". JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.
=., P tOfflceDrug Store. m ris. delightful affair. eleven o'clock. -, -...- -.,.,..

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OCALA PAR GRAPH Mrs J. S.,Eugesst-r leaves in a J GAITERYILLE. GRINER FARM GREETINGS.It I .

days for Atlanta, where she ew'l i "My Sons "

several months with relativesand This is a busy week in Gaiterville. seems as though the O ala l Banner DANCER COMING
spend
Hon. H. W. Long was at the MODUzutua I
friends. All the farmers are etgaged In fodder has a hard time of keeping up said a great business man, are my
Wednesday. I Una that P..lnt ..
.. pulling. with tbe news at Griner Farm. partners and they need all the i I"f' ..
aa *r .th** petal.
)1. Albert :returned to Mi 3 Georgia Bennett and Mrs. The rain has at last ceased, at least "Punch" started out, but evidently strength" and courage I can give I of UK** Tr"*w'tfftltI ..
them and he forthwith paid for a I !._
Edw. F. of Panasolfkeee ,
afternoon. Wyatt, fine weather ended aa did his illustrious! iiiuie-
Dunntllon -vtdnttlday for awhile, which\ mikes up
in The Mutual l
$1,000,000 policy
registered at the Montezumahotel I There are tlodrade sPttaeeaa ....
were for the present work. sake. Then came "Judy" but ou account Life Insurance of New ...
Mr. H. L. Perkins, of Valoxwta, was Company tea.ty I. ...,., .fsai .. 1M .:
Wednesday.Israel of the early demise of her life York Not without the
Wed. Mr. Henry Jordan, of Georgia, who most care > lately D.tslke H ..., tt
a gum at the Montezuma hotel and friendsin she too took to the woods. ful investigation, however, extend. ... and .. Nt iu4
Brown, of Ocala, w in the has been visiting relatives partner promloMo& .. ..........
Urday. Heidtville and Gaiterville sometime Along cornea "11111 Jumper" who ing over six months. He was convinced ,I from kid.., au .... n.....
for the of engaging in eeaaarsnlsgly
city .
:
purpose
such facts led the
>Irs. 8age, of Lakeland, came up jumped out of the harness in less time by just as a .. a.r...., ay q. .
his !
past, is expected to leave for i ..
business here at an early date.-Jacksonville President of a National Bank in tafUttMiitUl.
ea M few
\Vdntdey and is visiting her bOn, than of tbe others. So now I'U aMia. ..
Metropolis home this week. Mr. Jordan was 'atone any New York to make the curious and co&Httoa Wl Ufc U MM*!? ...

)1r. C. K. Sage time a resident of this section, in try it a while, as it would never do shrewd provision in his will whichis lathere the .611, Magee ef ilby .....
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11re.W. J. Chambers and children Judge Horatio Davis. one of the fact his boyhood: days were dent in for the Banner to go out into the contained in "A Banker's Will." may De. Deetcka, ...

Wedneday forOcoee Springs, Ga., moot prominent lawyers, of Gainesville this portion of the beautiful land of world on its weekly visits without our Write for it and also for the ut..l.pt...... W..... it I. ... ..... I

is in the city and is a guest at account of the $1,000000 policy, I dry or torn ***... a!n+. .
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to upend a month with relatives. flowers. We would gladly welcome community being represented occa "The Largest Annual Premiums. w
.:roe penpb.U.a.s.diaa.I .
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the Ocala House. him in midst again and he speaksof sionally. ..,
our aaaatarsl ....
Another railroad, with Ocala as its This Company ranks or f. M r.ra w1k. ..... .,

southern terminus, to. being talked of Mr. :M. G. Gibbons and Mr. D. C. returning. The farmers are all busily engagedin Fisit-la Asset, I' body. IWt NQM w .*. ...

Some of the young meu of Gaiter saving their fodder which is now firtt-ln Amount hid Potuy-b.4ltn &0 anew ti Mnotk ....p, j. ee.a y
among some of our business men. McMillan, prominent Tampa attorneys Fnt-Iu Age. I I Jilt
: any at Iris. .........
ville attended the barbecue at. Her- in fine shape. M n..
were in Ocala Thursday on im- THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE j i the 1S..r Tour' ttSISt CVM.TBOMAI .
Mrs. Ethel Booe returned Wednes- nando Jul3 17, and report having a Lee Neal and Jim Hillman, of An-
portant professional! engagements. I KAMI JI 1.
I IJ.JQIUD I 1,11. 'Swi
day from a visit to Jacksonville and fine time and it is natural to suppose thony; Hardin Matbewson, of Silver! COMPANY OF NEW YORK, II I. I tad< a VMT W4 ....W fctfety....

Pablo Beach and is at the Montezuma. Read elsewhere in this issue the ad- they did. l Springs, and Milo Halsell, or Ocala, A. UaCtrmor.: Ftc4UL I I tad mj but yrtM BM M I..W

vertisement of Stanley's Business That dreaded disease scarlet fever;? spent Sunday at Griner Farm. Cecil Wilcox Manager or Florida,JadtllOn"tll.1 Itnlfkiea '" Hit bslaly ..1 ...
)lr. W. G. Long, tax collector of I.H.Livingston.. Agent Ocala. Ha cUd I..
poL rot
m. Dot "
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College, Thomasville, Ga. Every has again made its entrance 'in Gal. :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Leitner and I ** ).....
Lake county, and one of its best post Oral ...,...... W 11..1 soda ...

ed politicians, was in Ocala Wednes young man desiring better qualifications terville and owing to this cause the daughter Miss Mattie, spent Sunday The Times-Unitn's Contest. which eared .* a4 I fef, Mrftetrd ...

for life's work, and good employ- Sunday school at Cedar Grove bas with Mr. Buford Leitner and family.It The Jacksonville Time+-Union'a : ..... 11W11 "- ---..... _

day.Mr. ment should accept the offer made. been suspended! until the first Sundayin is currently reported that some- contest for lady rommimdoner to the reaw4/.*

George P. Wyley and son and This is one school that always lives up August. Notwithstanding the one went home lonesome on Sunday It U a itapU *!.( toed t.elta ,..tynett .
St. Louis fair is causing! great interestall I
Jemes C. Wright and son, of Jacksonville to its rip'wins ....,an alt ...,......
promises evening. Never mind Charlie that'snothing
danger of this terrible disease all the over the state. The Cftntt'ot U
but U M not N
are registered at the Oeala ; ells 11iKeMV 1 _
Miss Edith Piatt, who has been present cases are in a fair way toward when jou get used to it. only two weeks old and already a lu let U. FOUT'I Lunar c. e,.
House.Mr. .
spending several month ins Chatta- recovery.Mr. Mrs. Charlotte Leitner is spendinga large number votes have ben eaL cure every Ions ./ sway MitrouW ....

Lee iCox left Wednesday for E. Parker and charming daughter few weeks with friends at Anthony. The count on Sunday showed Miss If ..He...., ... It w*....
nooga, Tenn., and Atlanta, Ga., re.
lief hi tea ....
Puunellon where be to takea even DapsMM eesar a
goes Jessie of Cotton Plant were Our cadet from the South Florida
Lillian Thomas, of Jacksonville, at
turned home Miss
yesterday. May U an tMMMPott Mpasss aM wild M .i
position with the Camp Phosphate Platt and her little neice, Miss Eliza Gaiterville visitors last week, the Military Institute certainly likes bats the head of the east coast division a tkat 11 w.s..s W rt

Company.Dr. guest of Mr. G. L. Stokes.: judging from the number he had with vote of Miss Lula Ulmer ,.
Offs.
beth Davis, west up to Jacksonvilleto a 1,13S; I Drsg !!* kale, ,...

and Mrs. RD.Fuller left Thurs meet her and return home with We hear some of our neighbors are "coralled" in a sack several days ago. Bird, Monticello, with a. vote of -

expecting to leave Gaiterville. They NIGHTINGALE.WEIR 2)8 heads: the list in the middle ant -
her.
day for Asheville, N. C., to attend the 1.-- .;
claim they are looking for better locations west Florida division; Mis Sara E. .... ... '
meeting of the National Dental Association. The date of the Tampa-Jackson- PARK WAVELETS.Mr. (
but we fear if this! be their Harris, of Ocala, whose vote was 3"6 ;J'_ .
jlle ball game has not yet been .
intentions they will leave the best as was ahead in the west coast division. I : !J
fixed but information in received that R. L. Martin, of Ocala, is spending '" ; .
Dr. H. C. Dozier and his guest, Mr. we believe Gaiterville is the Eden '? .
this city will be selected as the place the weekihere. Q
G. Y. Dee, went to Palatka Mondayby spot of Florida. Bronson on a Boom. 1
if the game is played at all. Ocala is Capt. W. E. Fosnot, well known in The direct cause of the town's great I }!
the of the Silver and
way Springs Some of the young people gatheredat t\
Ocklawaha river. half way between the two cities and Ocala, has been appointed postmaster boom is the advent os the Otter Creek I
R D. Stokes' residence Sunday
both clubs have signified their preference here and took charge of the office Lumber Co., which operates one of GL
evening and enjoyed a pleasant hour I
Matter Arthur Powers, after a two for having the game played Wednesday morning.Mrs. the largest saw mills in the state, giving -
I I singing.
week's visit in Ocala with his brother, here. I I George Russell returned Monday employment to a large number of
We hear there is to be a new streetin
Dr. W. H. Powers, has returned to his Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace and children I I from Lake Eustis, where she has men. It has one of the most t.'Omplete
our little burg, or at least a new
borne in Jacksonville. left Wednesday for North Caro been on a visit:: for several weeks milling plants we ever saw.
name for one of the old ones, but at
Miss Lula returned lina. Dr. Chare will attend the Na- d Dr J.)1. Eagleton and family, of The company is just now putting in a
Moody, yesterdAy the ROLLS FHOMOUHOVEN
present we are not able to give oily .. W.

from a visit to Miss Shelly Souter, tional Dental Association, which particulars concerning it. Ocala, are expected here in a few days. planing apparatus, which coven ..,. t[ sIate

at Anthony. Miss Souter, is spend- convenes in Asheville and will be Many, many thanks to the gentleman to spend a month or two enjoying the nearly as much ground space as the nNy.11M.. .....

ing the summer there with her aunt, absent about ten days. Mrs. Chace who complimented "Uncle Joe"as I breezes from the zake. They will be main plant. The affairs of this con-

Mrs Kendrick. and the children will remain near "at home" at the Martin residence. cern are ably managed by F. A. Mor- BEST BREAD
the "Great American composer! ,
Asheville for the remainder of the Miss:: Genevive Fosnot has returned gan, who comes as near being a ubi- roll ou LIt \* .....jtatfIeftJ tatp111
Miss Nellie after t'I but remember it is not altogether whole .. ........
Hooper, a very otu A few tsaela.al .t
ummer. to the Park after a pleasant sojournof quitous overseer as one can imagine.
pleasant visit to Mrs. B. F. Hopkins I l right, to compliment people to their meal in itself and ltu<*< M aatttsitf,
some weeks at Jacksonville and -Bronson TimesDemocrat.You .
Mrs. Mary E.Dawsonof Columbia meat
faces, but then Uncle Joe receives as
in Jacksonville, left Sunday for Pablo Beach. Order for Brr,i. et.row u Ana
Tenn. is in Ocala visiting her brother
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Brooklyn, X. Y., to visit her sister, .. them any old way.A know whit fOil ire taking. satisfactorily filled t>yBENDS'
Mr. Mellville Eicbelberger, who is an Work on the steamer Delia is progressing
Miss Louise Hooper.A "Miss Violet" seeks the forgiveness When you take Grove's Tasteless i
inmate of the Marion county hos- rapidly and she will soon be II I
of one whose feelings she thought Chill Tonic because the formula Is j BAKERYSTlNLEn

postal from J Ir. J. F. Edwards, pital, and is suffering from the effect she hurt f..w weeks be completed land ready for business.
a ago, grantsit plainly printed ou every bottle showing \
who has been stopping some time at of injuries received in an accidental I guess, as silence is usually consent Lake Weir will then be Ocala what --
that it is Iron and Quininein
simply
French Lick Springs, Indiana, saysthat the Batchelder's mill at Pannasoff isn't it? UNCLE JOE. Pablo and Atlantic beaches are to I BUSINESS WUEILTHOMtSflUE.
tasteless form. No Cure No Pay I
he has improved very much. He a few days ago. Mr. Eichelberger is Jacksonville, except, |lof course, as to a
I Price 50 cents.EditorjFrank. la,
Jeaves there today fgr the et! improving and will be out in some BELLEVIEW. hotel accommodations. i

f BREEZE. We D.f i m?r.. jrouatf ..8.. Mp.
days. -- | Harris has been Belting I
ply the t..aud. ands a4
Mr. Thomas ft. Gary left yesterdayfor I apse
Dr. C. S. Brown, formerly of Cltra, The :Epworth: League held a large Disturbing Public Worship.For some warm roasts from the Rib I l.'W.H& Os.ii.srpta ...
a *e\oral weeks visit: to Lake Weir
but more recently connected with the meeting today in the town haIl. A some weeks past great excite- Davis: organs for Insisting that that i sleuograpbrr'. .. Ifwithin ynu wN ..let
He is a more expert piscatorlaliit than J' seir aI berounM ... f1M
There mar (
served. was
fine collation was his
Plane System Hospital at High ment prevailed in the Mill Creek gentleman should define position
the famous Sir Isuak of olden times five days cad ptuaw Oh ui stmt tI
Springs, is now located at Live Oak speaking and singing and also districtjin the lease in which it is on some of the questions that are to
.*jjd expects to have a big outing. I our prrseriiwd au. altcessfull
and in connetion with Dr. Tomasonis minute addresses by the five ministers charged that Mr. E. T. Gale was beat issue in the next campaign y..s..... ... .. 1dtldatr

Any boy or girl wishing to join the conducting the Live Oak Sani- I of the place viz: Revs. True disturbing public worship.Mr. The Bdnuer editor H close enough to yew la a pidti.+a. .. j

'Ocala Band of Mercj" can Be enrolled tarium an up-to-date institution, Whittier, C. Devenaux, E. A. Curlier Gale was brought to Ocala: the people to know that neither Bob "tAt' olfMr. en s scaly s MM'tats

on payment of lOc. Apply on equipped for the successful manage N. Jones and Prof. Green, helpedto several times but the case did not Davis or any other man who does not ufcnwe ..... .*r.elsst ... aY' !
I reel 1MbAMS. I'_ u, sw w M I
any :Monday morning to Mrs. Tatham ment of all surgical operations and pass a very interesting day. The come to trial (until Tuesday wbeu it have a platform and let the people or for Mt 1.6taar P .td 1

(Secretary and:: promoter) 111 north chronre diseases. weather was perfect. was tried twice Before Hon. Robert know where he stands will ever be I dress 11

cond St Mrs. C. A. Green and baby returned Bullock,judge of the county court. nominated in the next primary for
Hubbard and Hon. C. G. W. H. STANLEY
Major G. M.
yesterday from Kentucky.Mrs. In both cases the jurors could not any office higher than constable. The I
Mr. J. L. Frazee of New York M. Brown returned Wednesday from -- '
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Tom Mitchell and baby came agree and of course resulted! in a trouble ii that some of the newspapersin
formerly a prominent attorney of Jacksonville where they attended the have Farm for tbe 4o 6h. ,
up from Oxford, where they mis-trial. the state have not yet gotten clearof
Slarke, is a visitor to the city and is Confederate reunion. Mr. Brown responded :
been staying since Mr. Mitchell went The case was finally dismissed by the old packed convention idea Floods are fcrtiitw**
at the Ocala House. Mr. Frazee to the address of welcome I
saysit to Alabama.Mrs. Judge Bullock and the defendant. get when half a dozen men made a slate Eves &M pwr. ri*. rot .... j
has been ten years since he visted: and the Ttmes-Union states that his i
McPhaul lift Thursday for at liberty. and put it through and expected the A ..aU" UIM sans UM Men

the state. speech was an elequent one and loud- Tyron, N. C., and other points of in- The first jury consisted of the following people to vote for it.-De Funiak 1

For headache, a sick headache, a ly applauded. Both gentlemen report terest. Her place at the station is gentlemen: J. F. Crawford, Breeze. Kerr y".t ........ YiM mad 1Ml i

"splitting," nervous headache: in fact i that the reunion was a delight. it '
of R. R.
occupied by Mr. F. D. Whitman, T. O. /Stewart, W. S. Uaskins,
any old kind of a headache, use Ray.man's ful one and Jacksonville entertainedthe That new Florida railroad, to run Tim .as ama ywr K.. M .-I j
Columbus,Ga. Carroll and J. Starr Sternberger.Those
Pills. They clear the of
system old soldiers excellently. from Quincy to St. Andrews Bay water.
,
and Mrs.
the cause of headaches. 25 doses 3 c. Mrs. Alf Ab&hire and Mr. composing the second jury I
miles is said The ...... tank" WIlt
to be persid.a1 a
WillAbsbire's seventy seven an
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m Mrs. B. S. Bernard and lovely baby, Lucius made a short visit at Mr. were P. J. Peacher, E. T. Williams,
and return Moorehead S. assured fact. It is to receive 5,000 dtl4'1Ift! 1
at Grahamville W. H. Lutfman, W. A. ,
Marean, recently returned from Mississippi a.... J
Mr. E. A. Edwards who has of land mile from the state The aaaa.a aM peals ase
been with them F. acres per
and W.
where they accompanied Mr. ed yesterday bringing E. Civils Dillaberry.

ill at the hospital for some weeks Bernard on his special correspondencetrips Mrs. Abohire and three children. It seems Lthat after Rev. H. C. and is to be completed within four ideitttoal iii aM.iltlirrl enstNsliSM'The 1

went to Lake.City to visit dads. ..Or ....., itrepa.al
Wednesday
until it got so warm they were Little Miss Ella Tremere, daughterof Martin, '.who occupied the pulpit at years. J

his parents until his recovery is com- glad to return home. Mrs. Bernard's Mr. Chas| Tremere, of the Belle- Mill Creek on a certain Sunday, had Florida! Greatest in phosphate. piaM.
plete. Ose .c... __ III paint atop, "
sister, Mrs. R. J. Owens, who has view Trading Company, came from finished his sermon and dismissed the Greatest in lumber. Greatest in

)J r. Albert Proctor has resigned his spent the last six months with her Jacksonville Monday on a visit to her congregation, an assocation of the naval stores. Greatest in fi.therie poor IK'totd. ]

porition Kline & Campbell and is parent Dr. and Mrs.! Marean, in father. deacons was held, Rev. Martin actingas Greatest in tropical fruits. Greatestin It edolr all ...A. ft.P*. .dap a ps"f ..4. j

now connected with the grocery department Ocala, has arrived and will remain Rev. TruellWhittier is out again moderator. It was at this time hotels. Greatest in climate. thaw taaayil..k.

of the Carmichael & Son with her during Mr. Bernard's ab- after a shortiillnets. that Mr. Gale asked if he could not I Florida-let the cry be great, great er Furl Ute .....t.c dell ..

Company. sence, at her residence, 411 East Cervantes Mr. Tell Jones has gone to Lake speak! to Mr. Martin. The moderator greatest! keep t4.. hi. mbYtAapsrag. t...... I

street-Pensacola Journal. Weir to camp for a week with a large asked: him if he could not wait until
w..u s sr41.sa
,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders, of party from Oxford and Summerfield.Mr. the close of the association. He said The information comes from his ]j
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Dunnellon, came up from Dunnellon J. Starr Sternberger and Mr. E. no, thatlhe preferred speaking to him borne county that Hon. D. H. Maya coast pJut tl Ot.al :1 j

yesterday. Mr. Sanders will return Impaired Digestion E. Robinson; were down Sunday to then. Mr. Martin called a brother to will soon formally make his announce The y*.r'. .lala+. A. --.t 1

today but Mrs. Sanders will remain May not be all that is meant by dyspepsia take some: pictures of this pretty act in hisiplace and be and Mr, Gale ment for governor. His friends say hens will EMMBt M MIN.-,-

home days the guest of Mrs. Robert now but it will be if neglected.The little town.J. went outland sat on a log and insteadof he is very strong and will be one of i 1 1I
uneasiness after eating, fits of nervous The ( wr of few** M pry .
0. Blake and Mrs. G. W. Martin.Mr. headache sourness of the stomach and Barber, who was killed in Jack speaking about spiritual Mr. Gale two who will be in the second primary I largest Isa l nest in tale .eM

J. L. Maxwell, of Jacksonville, disagreeable belching may not be very bad sonville Friday, was brought down brought up worldly affairs. And this IM'' .
now, but they will be 11 the stomach is I It i. a" rir 4it .. e.sawsagaltpoor
assistant of the and buried at Mt. Pelier Saturday.A Was tbei.dislurbance.! But all the Mr. Finlayson, the mayor of Monticello -
Western
Supt., Union suflered to grow weaker. Wk devil ....) hi iyabd. *** i
of went to the neighborhood is all torn has built one of the nicest
Telegraph Co. Dyspepala is such a miserable disease large party gentlemen same up
was is in Ocala **
how .Wot bto .......' ywoU& 1
that the tendency to It should be residences in Middle Florida.
Wednesday and is given Lake Weir last week fishing. They about it.Hon.'A..
contemplating early attention. This Is completely over young wutstr vt 1-"DC girl'J1

moving the office here from its present come byHood's had good luck. C. ;Croom has purchasedthe It is believed that Sour Lake U

location to some building where a Sarsaparilla Here is, anyway, a hurrah for the ices factory of the Carrabelle going to develop greater oil gushers VLEiSIOPDA

room on the first floor can be secured. I which strengthens thewhole digestive system little Cleveland. Packing Company.* than Spindle Top bill. I .....u.. ,..... k..."





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The paper "Oi the People, for the People and by the People."

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Q (SXVI, NOW OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1903. DOLLAR A YEAR Lt:3

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U 1I.uIS. Lcll t SPECIAL TERM Of COURT. " '1 1"'t"'r"r"'r"r"r""t"" " " " "1I11HIIG" APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS. flog Pond, Miss Willie C. Hoo//:e.

-r.-- St. Peters Miss Jessie Ruth.

ABOUT TOWN. Trial of Jim Polito for the Assassination I [oFFICIAL.j Magnolia, Miss Annie C. Dawkta
jjtfPEHIRGS !AN N IM 0ANNOUNCEMENT.! [ [
\ of Mr. D. J. Beasley I Ocala High School, Jno. H. Workman Sulphur Springs, Mrs. Susie MeDufly. -

.\I tn l Burl, of.Ozella, is In the city. H. Will Hang. I --- W. T. Gary, A. C. McCall, Miss 1i 1 1 11
J Della Moore Miss Hattie :Miss ej lI
Dye, I
In pursuance of the order of Gov- -- Freestone, W. C. Rogers. j jI

f >jj'" Ethel IVw* went to Orlando ernor Jennings a special term of the --- Mary Walker, Miss May Turnley, I Palmetto, Mrs. Ida D. Maxey. ] j

,-rda,. I court was held in Ocala yesterday for :-:: On or about September 15th TIll OCALA B ANNEIt ---' Miss Etta L. Ca.rnIiss :Margaret. Evergreen*s Carrie Jacobs. i 1 i

I )(lt. James Harvey Phillips, of : the trial of Jim Polite for the assassination =E will issue the largest and most important special Taylor, Miss Fannie Clark. Miss :Mt. Pleasant, A. S. Jacobs. J! \

type I*lathe city. of Mr. D. J. Beasley, the facts edition ever attempted by this publication. Cora liriffin Miss Nellie C. Stevens. Montague, E. B. McCanta. ]1

1Itc.i8tneua, of Cedarville, N. of which have already been enumerated :-: Taking as its text the three great industries of :-: McIntosh, Jamrs H. Esakins, Miss Ropers Farm, W. H. Burrell. j

J \\I r hlerrd at the Ocala House in these columns. E: which Ocala claims to be a most important center- :: Celema Walker.Thompson, Miss Xevah t B.: ML Pelier, Minnie L. Boyd i

------- Mt. Royal, L. C. Griffin. j
From the list of jurors summoned j
ZZ Naval Stores Lumber and effort will ::
X- Mary Bryan, of Hawthorne, ii the following named were Phosnhates-the Kendrick, Miss Nora Sherouse. Christian Church, Hattia E. Demp. \,

of her brother, Mr. T. D. persona jt: be made to show to the outside world the industrial a Martin, Miss Lizzie Atkinson. j ja
son.
thi gua.t drawn to serve an grand jurymen, viz: a
development of the state and more than incidentally Lowell, Miss :Mattie Pasteur.
3
Stanton Miss Annie E. Jackson.
I Ewalir ._ W. 8. Priest. F. W. Ditto, R H. Wilkins ,

V D- E. Mclver, has gone to Allan Rodgers, W. E. Butler, y the solid growth and substantial prosperity of Ocala Beddkk, A. T. Browning, Miss Silver Springs: Mrs. C. B. Ben ton.

f HkiW. ?. Cto visit bit wife and RE.Ba>sor, J. W. Stevens, B. A. and of Marion county.Arrangements == Cora Ross.Cottage. :ML Olive, Miss Rosa V. Sable.

!14rd. Baskin, G. M. Hubbard,J. E. Branch, :- are being made for the illustration 3E Hill, Miss Mamie Cherry. River Bide,Miss Martha Irvin

L. n. Chalet after a pleasant: : Geo. Pasteur, J. R. Morton, J. G. of this edition in a manner never before attempted 3 Irvine, Misa Charlotte Fombach. Hopewell, J. H. Bonner.
tt.
) Benedict, Miss Lila Yongue. Black Sink Miss Annie Kinsley.
jtof ."raJ l day. to Charleston had Ferguson, A. D. Mitchell, T. W. Dil- 211 by an Ocala newspaper. All illustrations will beE ,
Shilob, Miss Lulu Priest.
lard John F. Hawthorn, R B. Sutton, Miss Bessie -
r.wrn J. M. Malloy.After -
KlM Oertie Peyser eutertainwl a : duly organizing a true bill -== ings and for the exclusive use of this edition. Ebenezer, W. F. King. Farm, Miss Lulu Baldwin.. j

fcw of ber friend at a eix o'clock din- was found 21n.ll.t two o'clock in the == The work of this edition, as were the five special =-= Fantville, Miss Marion. L. Kerr. Orange Creek, :Mrs. Martha P.
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air Jut night. afternoon the case proceeded to trial. -& editions of last summer, will be under the exclusive :-::: Blitchton, J. N. Overhultz, Mrs. Moore.

ro Llddon enter wined a few '1r. N. M. Allred, states attorney, E: direction of Mr. L. J. Brumby whose work as a :: Claude Stevens. Jacobs Well, Miss Olive L. Boler. .

HJMC her friends: very delightfully prosecuting for and' in behalf of the iT" writer on industrial subjects has in the past created :: Hurricane Pond, Miss Carrie Sig- Rock Sink, Miss Aijuilla Daniels.Mt. : .
tf
jouog mon. : Carmen Mrs. Entella
loads night. state, and Mr. R. A. Burford defending ri :such: wide and favorable comment and who is today :::: Rogers.
) Fellowship Richard W. Ervine
Jerusalem, Alia :M.: Jackson.
-- the prisoner by appointment of S without in
considered Florida
= practically a peer in
Mrs. J. W.
Lylea.
Tbt member of the Christian En- the court. W. D. CARV, Supt.
will asocial toni dnrvr give The -
following gentlemen were selected -a
Brumby retains his ownership and editorial control of Martel, Miss Lillian Farris. Tribute to Flagler.It .
)I'I.!' T.E. Bigg' as petit jurors: Alfred Proctor, -
-- -- the Florida Fruit and Truck Grower but will also in :::: Dinner Pond, Miss Carrie Holly. is not only gratifying to the people
returned from J. N. Priest, W. A. Moorehead, J. M. 5- -
Mr.t A. Liddon has the Bush Pond, E. 'f. Fender. of West Palm Beach, but to a I
Jackson- Mathews, John Anderson, R. E. :: the future act as special representative and staff ::
.+ ibmiura+ Wt to Tampa, Dunnellon, H. J. Kendall, Miss Floridians, to know that the elegant
c4If Brigance, J. E. Leitner, Robert Ei correspondent of the Ocala Banner. Further details ::
till and other points. Daisy Milligan, Miss Ruby Bra. seIL Hotel Breakers, destroyed by fire a
Marsh, C. I. Grace, John Pasteur, H. :: relative to this special industrial edition will be announced ::::
u and chidreu will Pine Level, Miss Lulu Anderson. few weeks ago at West Palm Beach la
Mr P.Jowia C. Gates C. M.
Livingston. ; as plans now under consideration ber 3
kfiln few dyfor New York to may Heidtville, Miss Viola Mixon. already being: rebuilt, and the prospects
a Several witut< examined
!?es were
::: matured. :::: Oconee, Miss Leila Brown. are good for completion by December
1711lJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIII11116111IIlIIIIJIIJlI
It.ral mouths.
tptDd but the case seemed to binge on the -
-- Capulet, Miss Frankie Ross. next. This is so much better

Mr. A. /l. Gate t leaver tomorrow testimony of the prisoner hiwself.Briefly !' .. &. 1 & & 1 li'l11Jl1J&lJl1iS' & : Belleview, P. W. Green, Miss Belle than a bare and unsightly plot of
his teotimony was, that he
Jut1.lt to his family who are : Stroble. ground in a city. H. )!. Flagler Is
was in a physically weak condition
IjWiluiKtue summer at Seabreeze. Caught. A Pleasant Card Party. : Summerfield, Miss Tracie Oyer. beyond i the shadow of & doubt a
and that Mr. Beasley wanted him to I I

Copt. J. B. Martin, of Electra, ia do certain wurk that he was unable to The n,ro who shot into the excur Wednesday afternoon at her home Pedro, Miss Stella :Martin, assistant.Ft. developer and a very progressive man,

l.tndiujthe Tunutiut Curators' perform. That Mr. Beasley marched sion train Tuesday night at Haw tho-n I. on South Second street :Mrs.' H. S. King, Miss' Mattie Emini r. and we wish!: Jacksonville possessed a

mention in Jacksonville.hof. him in front of him at the point of a was l'liptured'etln ttlay by Railroad I! Chambers was!' the hostess! of a very Charier Oak, J. L. Jones. few of the same stamp instead of

him several Detective Davidson:: and U. IS. Deputy enjoyable card party. There were Weir Park, Miss Blanche Hall. those who seem content to allow their

Judah Yarn one of the test gun punching severely I Marshal Hawp Chambers and takento three tables and whist was played on Candler. J. A. Whittaker. buildings to stay burned and without
times with it and told him if he did
bon wlucatora in Florida, has uiovJ In terl chen tor trial.It the veranda. Mrs. Chambers' guests Weirs not do this work he would kill him.
ftlnielto troui Ocala.-Tampa will be remembered that the Ocala were Mrs. F. T. Schrieber, Mrs. T. T. Mayville, Miss Annie M. Johnson. even to improve their lots or to sell
That he afterwards went to his cabin,
Tribune, Junior lJa!>e ball team was on this Muuroe, )In;. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. Linadale, R. B. Ervine. them at a reasonable price to those
I remaining there all day: brooding; over :
Mrs. G. ti. fcjtt, Mr. Laurence train and Frank Harris,jr., a memberof D. W. Davis, Mrs. L. R. Chazil: :Mrs.!'! Patts Island, John F. C. Witter. who would improve them.A .
this matter and when it became dark
&ott! and Mi a Louise emuit returnedMooihy the team, narrowly escaped being Pearl Mason, Mr"' Bessie :McConnell Long Lake, J. W. Lyles. man like Mr. Flagler is worth a
he left the cabin, went to a wbiteman't
from a two week's visit tb shot. The man fired his pistol Mrs. William Anderson, :Misses Iin.1 Electra, Porter P. Pillans. great deal to a community, aa he
house, stole a gun and shell
I White pf rinltl.It through the car window five times nie and Louise Uauisby; and Miss: Lake Bryant, .Ilowa Sims. moves along quietly and smoothlybut
loaded it and that night stood in front
1ti'r-ter : and it is: a miracle that Borne': one was Emily titotesbury.! Grahamville, Miss Ellen Blodgett l most effectively. His spirit of
3sjotI. prominently of Mr. Beasley's commissary and j
It not killed. Frank was lying down on The prize, a pretty powder box, was Miss; Florence Marlow. progress enlivens a town and giver
connected with the banking institution : when he saw him behind the counter,
I' the seat just under the window won by Miss JStote&bury.; Indian Mound, Miss Janet Priest. confidence of its future. Mr. Flagleris
of Gainesville, is among tired upon him ui tied.
through which the shots came and Refreshments were served and the Key Pond, Miss Julie M. Cuthill. a very rich man, but he is as pro
the visitor to this city. Mr. Burford made an earnest and
had he been sitting up would assurd- afternoon was a most pleasant one. Eaton Creek, B. I. Hull. gressive.-Jacksonville Metropolis.Miss .
eloquent appeal for the life of the
l'apt. JDo. L. Inglts, of Tort Inglis, wlly have been struck. Williamson, Miss Leila Marsh.
pri-* oer. He did not ask for an acquittal "Marconi Wireless" LaFontisee's Position.
*u rliitcred at the Ocala House Lake Kerr, Miss Winifred Wilmot.
but asked that the measure ofpunishment If you want to get a hustle on Messrs. Munroe &
of
Munroe 41-60 The numerous friends of Miss Katherine
Griner Farm Miss Pennie E. Hol-
Jtottrday. loading at !
Ships are now yourself, waut to have those essentials ,
be less than hanging. Exchange Place. New York have LaFontisee will be
to
the Port pleased
all land.
the time.tVo. called vim and push without a eon.
State's Attorney Allrnl made a published a handsome booklet 56pagt.'s learn that she has accepted a lucrative
tiuutd unnatural exertion, keep the Anthony, J. W. Hunter, Miss Susie
8trau. bowling ally will very clear, incisive and unimpassiou-! organs of the body working like a containing 32: halftone illustrations Milligau, Miss Elsa Schneider. position: with the Florid Tlmelfoenion

*>nt completed and prornL-ea tohum ed address, stating that the deed was newly oiled piece of machinery. giving a full and complete Sparr, W. L. Colbert. at Jacksonville having been

: popular in this "good old premeditated,a cold bl/nxled assassination Raymond's Treatment of Liver Pills history of wireless telegraphy under assigned the management of the
Citra, J. F. Harrell, Miss Pearl
and Tonic Pellets the I
I Manner: time" weather.'Aa7eaPosition and ic behalf of the state of they produce no unpleasant supplies sensations means;, j i the above title. They have agreedto Altman. woman's department of that excellent -

on good farm. Florida, in behalf of law and order, he no purging, griping or evil after.ef-I I give a copy to every reader who Ft. McCoy, H. E. Parnell. paper

F1ttftll years experience in Florida asked for a verdict of murder in the fects, but impart strength feels favorable to an investment in Daisy, Emanuel Martin. Miss LaFoutisee is already making!

fItmioC. Age 4S, no family. Best: reApply first degree: without recommendationto from the very beginning of the treatment Marconi stock and who will write to Marshville, Miss Orrie Hall. a fine success of this department
terenee. to T. DM Silver. doses-complete -2oc.
-o course them I
mercy. requesting it. Address Munroe notwithstanding that she has employd -
Eureka Miss Americua Pillans.
8pruigs I :
Fh.
: .n4t.Mr. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. in
-- The judge's charge consisted of ------- : & Munroe 11.60 Exchange Place, Xew Mill Creek, Mrs. N. I. Paetke. only a few days and has not yet

W, T. Wheeler and 3l Ir. Geo. It. I II fourteen counts explaining very clearly The Ball Came at leesburg. York City. Bay Lake, Mrs. Anna MeO.uaig. become thoroughly acquainted with

I cKwu,our hustling: lumber brokers, i and succinctly the definitions of A telegram was received last night ,| Strauss and Co. Orange Springs: Miss Ruby Thomas. the work. As! a writer she ia remarkable

taal.in frow 1& business trip up theA.l'I. homocide and manslaughter and their saying that the score between the : Notwithstanding the discrimination Turner Farm, Miss May Hall. and in the future the ladies

railroad yesterday. various degrees. and Ocala resulted in feel that will find
Leesburg teams i in freight rates Strauss and Co. Romeo, Miss Rae Folks. may sure they the
After the delivery of the charge the tie the ninth and in woman's of Florida'
MU a through inning Teachers schools named department
Polly Elives, of Orlando, after are selling goods in Palatka and to not
i jury retired and after being out some the tenth the Leesburg team I leading full of interest
inning one
\ afro above will be paper J
day visit in Ocala, with Misshry other nearby cities. They are born published as soon as
) thing over an hour returned a verdictof scored runs to Ocala 0 the score Gainesville Sun. l
! Little, at the rectory, returned merchants. It is easy for them to do they can be definitely determined. 4
' guilty of murder in the first degree standing at the close of the 5 I
l< yesterday afternoon. game business in the territory of Jacksonville COLORED APPOINTMENTS.
'I with a recommendation to the mercy to 9 in favor of Leesburg.The Richard Wallace Hangs Himself.
and Tampa simply because they [OFFICIAL.]
l Mr. Charles Rheinauer, returned I of the court signed i by four of the Ocala team consisted of the know how. Howard Academy, J. A. Cowan, Richard Wallace, aged twenty tour

";. J*>ltrd j from Jacksonville:: where jurors, but as it requires :seven this following: Howard Clark, P. Titus, Mrs. A. M. Chandler, Mrs.:: Aquilla years, son of Mra. Dora Wallace of

he runt to Ioe bill wife safely ottO for recommendation will not be legally E. C. Bennett. C. L. Anderson, Frank More Lots Sold. Jones, Mrs. Mary A. Stewart, Mrs. Ida I Gainesville, hanged himself early

*.Y York, where she went Wednea- ett cti"e. Harris, jr., John Pelot, P. C. Morris, i Mr. W. C. Jetlords, agent for Mr. : J. Richardson, Miss A. E. Murry, Miss Sunday morning at his home In that

dJl. Philbrick, sold three lots on Ockla- city. TLe man had been In
young
Returned From Palatka. N. Peyser, A. Goode, A. Masters Isabel LaRoche, Miss Cynthia Alexander
waha avenue Monday to Mr. D. S. health for some time and becoming
ura .\. E. Grrlg and Miss Florence The party who went down to Pa Those who accompanied the team to Miss Ceeile' A. Adams" poor j aj
: Woodrow.The despondent, put an end to
I Ctook went to Pilatka on the excuru latka Monday by the Silver Springs Leesburg were the following : Mr. Fessenden Academy, J. L. Wiley,

and I Ocklawaha river route returned and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, A. E. Gerig, sale of these lots mean more Mrs. J. L. l his life.
I '(>eut the day with their and : Wiley.

I : brothfr and sister, Mr. and Mrs. HerM i home Wednesday night. They report Victor Martinet and Roy Galloway, dwelling houses for Ocala. )It. Tabor, J. H. Bonner. I The deceased was a Christian young
man and was devoted to hilt mother
mascot. Two Bottles Cured Him.I .
i Crook. a delightful time. Quite a uumher as Gum Spring, Mrs. R. C. AI ridge. I

I. II in the party had never made the They returned over the Seaboardthis was troubled with kidney complaintfor Mt. Zion, Miss Mary J. Bojd. and his home. He was well known -

A.R.BaiofMorgantowu, Ind., had morning. about two years," writes A. H. in this city, having at one time sold
trip before and all were very much Lake Side, Miss Pauline V. Clark. b
I .' 10 N Up ten or tnehe times in the Davis, of ML Sterling, Ia."but two pictures here and also for awhile he f
I : "l&htand charmed with the beautiful springsand W rock on the Seaboard.A bottles Foley's Kidney Cure effected a, Boardmau Miss Alice L. MichaeL s
I had severe backache and clerked for Mr. S. R. Whaley.
Clarksville Mrs. Lilla G. Mitchell.
I r **uu In river. collision between a special (or permanedt cure. m ,
the kldue Was cured by
funeral took
) The place at Gainesville
who made
I t Folj' The following are those freight) and a switch engine occurredin Tile Banner's Enterprise.The Mores Pond, Janie Crumady.
Kidney Cure. Post flee
Drug S. E. Waterman Hard Rock Mia Josie K. Monday.
I l store the trip: Mrs. the yards of the Seaboard Air Line Pope died at 20 minutes to one Stewart.

m Misses lola and Johnnie Liddon, Mr. Wetumpka, Mrs. Mary L. Harmon.
railway here late yesterday afternoon o'clock Monday and at half past two
Quit nuwbe-'f; Blake Pond J. R Gainesville Ball Team Disbanded.
a large visitors Dr. H. C. Blye, Mrs. J. R.
kont and Mrs. Harry Lapham, which resulted in injurying the kneecap clock the Banner! had an extra on
the' country, Mere in Ocala yes- Dozier and Mr. H. A. Waterman, of Blye. The Oak Halls of Gainesville, were }
of Engineer Yarn and badly the streets containing the announce-
1erd111 bei.lJ It those composing then Ocala, Mr. G" V. Dee, of Philadelphia I demolishing both engines. ment of his death. Elmwood Miss Angeline Lovelace. disbanded after the game Wednesday. 3

&rand
loUo"lDl: J. W. Saure, T. Wi Hood, Sound kidneys are safeguards of Fairfield Picnic. Bethlehem, Miss Addie L. Harvey. ting up something like 1200 a month

,J. A. Hargravea, Montholen Atkin- I FOLEYSHONHMAR: life. Make the kidneys healthy with The picnic at Fairfield is Friday, Wesley Chapel. Mrs. Mary E. to support their team and this was

'-sad &l1r. Xt'ldun. for cAirdr + S' '- Sure. : opiate Foley's Kidney Cure. m July 24th. Let everybody go. Falana. more than they could stand for. 4t
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-- THE LOYALTY OF LOVE. GIVING TO GOOD ROADS. -1 I I..++..+.+.....+.+.+++.++*. I --- .

THE OCALA BANNER. 1I I I | POLITICAL CHIPS \ 1 1Jim

In her "Souvenirs of Travel" ((1833)) In speaking tbe good roads move : tfr

rim HASSIS, Ziltar.I. i Madame Octavia Walton LeVert ment the Cincinnati Post says that E. *
I Dump. asserted, "Too much meat
refers most beautifully to the Duke of H. Harriman the has
V. LeiTongaol, Baslaess K&s&ger. capitalist, FROM THE STATE PRESS. J 4 la summer causes too mach beat.

Rutland's exquisite devotion to the given $ O.OOO towards the construction .1111N1111111/1111111111. What shall we eat all summer long

memory of his wife. of good country roads in Orange coun- That,without meat,shall keep is itroag,
N11 And in the best of trim ?
summer
And what a feeling of veneration it ty, N. Y.That's.
The OcalaBauner has placed itself Why, 'Force,' of coarse," liBghea "SB By
gives one for the sterling virtues of sensible. I It
at the head of the Bullock gubernatorial Jim.

the old Duke. This country is fairly well off now column.-Tampa Tribnue.I .

The Duchess of Rutland is said to a-days so far as schools of higher edu- ..**

have been not only a most beautiful cation and libraries are concerned.As I As Gus Hartridjte would say, "John

r kC and lovely woman, but was gifted as a to good roads we lag behind the Stockton's senatorial race is a case of "forene

1 painter, a sculptor and a poet. world. Johnnie get your gun."-Apalachicola-

The Duke's sublime loyalty to the Europeans have followed thE fine Times.
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V memory of the beautiful Duchess is example of the Romans, the great Now that Mr. Brown says he never Bi:647'to-&tnc: c.-l
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO so in contrast to the conduct of BO road and aqueduct constructors. In rode on a railroad pass, we would liketo the strength of meat

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS husbands nowadays who make this we have followed the
I many respect know if it is funny to Mr. Davis.
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES without the heat
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, such loud acclamations of grief at the barbarians who made no great high- Citrus County Chronicle.

! AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR funeral of their wife's, yet in a little ways. 1111

\ THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE With close application to business
while almost before they are cold in
: BOTTOM.- The lack of road building is the

; their graves, are worshipping atCupid's weak spot in our material civilization. and a few more improvements, the

Times Union will be almost as good
FRIDAY, JULY 24 1903. shrine; yea, while still receiving -, What will the people of the twenty -

letters of condolence have already first century think of us when they as the Tribune. mpa Tribune. E.clud. Chula sAd Bu&ks.
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taken another wife to their bosoms, read that in our time whole commu banker '"Force' is a regular breakfast food ta
When martyrs turn persecutors Because John Stockton is a (toy family to the exclusion of.te&k*or cboc a,
beware. that we feel its publication appropoa. pities were cut off from tbe rest of the he should the old standard. A.OIlUQU,
should be no reason why
It be all right-only questionof world
may by an embargo of mud?
bauk too heavy on a popular support
If we share our joys with others, taste, but somehow this "off with We have railroads with no way toget
from the people.-Apalachicola
we will find them to be doubly valu the old and on with the new," grates to them. The farmer has daily Times. >'

able. harshly upon our feelings.To mails, newspapers and telephones to 1111 W-12

The Tlmes-Union World's Fair con this modern way of doing, the give him( the prices current and no If FranK Clark keeps on runninglike

in out he will land Mr. Roosevelt attempting the impossible TALLIAYRKIMt+ "KM I +, ;.
test is becoming as exciting as a Duke of Rutland's conduct is so means by which to market his pro he has started II

primary election. contract we'.feel: that Madame LeVert's duce.It in Congressman Davis' seat at Washington ta.-k of cleaning out the putt- It I- quite tm that !+1'1f tehp..

comments upon it, will make an appropriate cannot be expected the farmers before it is even cold.-Tampa lie corn crib without disturbing: the ferro duns not ,... *. '", ...... asp

Oo way back and sit down, Teddy. sermon tte for our readers will build expensive highways. To Tribune. old rats and their autc.tieute. like all .pr. Ocl t.u iurw xwt,, .to I
, 1111 I
Nick says he wont accept any of your today. 1 builds roads is the business of the Gainesville Star. states |"'DIhat h- ,,1IItIft..g I
John N. C. Stockton may not havea 4444
"representations." Madame LeVert sajs: l.I government. If the government: prominent cousin in Nebraska, but Robt. W. McNiiiiiee, of Hill- |*oe *<4.4....... it hy lit* *MIctKsfal -.

The mausoleum where the Duchene national state and local will make will of all ........... wins .
borough county, measure arms
The Jacksonville Metropolis with- I is buried is on a hill in front of the he may make the senatorial campaign Mttwvii Ilk ....., ..
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its fcwtf j f
appropriations and this fund is with Hon. S. M. Sparkman for congress : -
out Taylor's cartoons, i3 like bread castle. We passed through a deep warm for the gentleman who hll.;.

without butter.-Tampa Tribune. forest to reach it. The mausoleum is supplemented by the gifts of wealthymen Gesville Star. from the first district next year. Ta8ktteiia hss peur.t t1,. Feersuoorwt .. I

of Gothic form, without windows.At who wish to be real benefactors, 11N Mr. McNamee is a fine fellow, but if lot irlwM.'. t*a4ita* sI.N I

end is the statue of the there will be GRAVE. bad in the ha eve b4 M a .sa.tw ., qr !
i Roosevelt's remarks on the race one a beginning of the only OCR BOB BECOMING VERY the people over here a say

Duchess, enveloped in light drapery, Unlt.d ,.,.*.*.. t &i& ..,"?" ...p. i
suicide problem doesn't seem to have solution of the good roads problem. Bob Davis, the gubernatorial aspirant thy.matter, they would re-elect Mr.
with the hands raised, the face beaming Sun.
had any reference to Grover Cleve- with holy joy, and the form Messrs. Car:1eJtieRockefeller and has ceased to "jess laff." It is Sparkman. Our folks always did 4444 I

lind. as it were heavenward. other wealthy men could push civili-! said that his once smiling physiog- like !:there tparkman.I.rianua !
springing, THE rOVkNNN UiiHSt rata tau f. .
Above the statue, resting amid the zation further forward by giving a lot nomy has assumed a very diguiried Courier.
But, my! Wouldn't Editor Stovall Punkrt*.",*. I
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clouds, are her four angel children, of millions for good road building and earnest attitude. 'J am 1'2:1.: Tri .

s make things exciting if be could be holding forth their hands to welcomethe than in any other way. bune, I A RILL.')T 8TAT )(AX. "Dc** rhHtanwr J.uui.p sett tl'

induced to a castor into the mother. One holds The gifted ton of Pen8coa-or!
shy congressional a crown, 1itN
on the that
I | 4f4v a hat tar ..,. !
arena. which is just near her brow. The I Some of the papers say Gen. Bul- rather of Florida-Hon. C. B. IVtk- .
icy of tt.e..
A Panlelogrcm. Df4ii w.at i> . light comes from above, and throughrose I and hill wade most favorable (
lock is a candidate for governor a
We have been waiting and ruprett-1 them? HeaU.w.it tae =pit Ate !
other tin. are I
V V colored or some warm
There is a proposition to remove others including Hoo. C. M. Brown, sion upon the people of south I
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ted glass, giving the figures the look still waiting, for some of the few I I charter, urtiatM of whirs' nww. .
Breathitt county, Ky., from the map. he isn't. The Ocala Banner in his address at Arcadia on July 4th.
of life. It is indescribably beautiful say I posed by a f I
brethren of the press who are opposed HMJnnty. II t..H. .....
That's all right, provided the people and touching tears came to highly of the general, Capt. Parkhillis without doubt the
so my to Hon. R. W. Davis for governorto speaKs very II. who sent biw a prwim tHe tk4 r.1le i

follow the country. eyes as I looked upon ,them. The de- state for saying that he is a young man at most gifted orator in Florida and one vetoed UM W''N' tnr,, s", i
some good reason opposing
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sign of this "temple of the dead, doors of the the few who the
75Vell, open the men possess faculty ....
It .
R New York city drinks 1,130,000 was found among the papers of the him, but up to this hour we have though u..r..J w I
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and let him en t r.Pl1 nta of combining logic with oratory. His
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quarts of milk every da)'. It is not Duchess, and tbe Duke at once bad heard no good reason why R. W. arena dor ?d by the. ;........ "f ,11-.1 rely tr

stated how much of this is in the it built precisely after the original Davis should not be governor of Gorda Herald. friends in this section hope to have says the :'1. .\+M 4iu.> K --Met W j
1N the of listening to his silvery
drawing.The pleasure the Tinted would I
Florida.Gainesville Star. slit. ti.l 41 I >luis i
form of milk punches.The Duchess has been dead twenty CALL IS A PLUTOCRAT SOW. voice in the no distant future. Gain.
evldetter ."-c late ...... II"e '" !
seven years; still her memory is fond. Senator Wilkinson Call,once a boast- esville Suu.
Atlanta Journal wants cinch. We have been and still vt<4 II.. !
a Duke and her waiting, are governor kpfi t *
ly cherished by the by ed leader of the "anticorporationists" 4444
. It says that it will bet two to one that children. The rooms remain just as walinfor some of the few brethrenof "What 1 shall! do politically when I the i Issue Mf ,...*,.... art '*....!. '..r Matte f
somewhat of
of Florida, is now
Mr. Cleveland does not name his new they were when death claimed her. the press who are opposed to the return remains to be seen, but thereis borough .-..." ***NXI >isu '.... AM 1 1b"
himself having been
a corporationist ,
boy William Jennings Bryan or One old servant has charge of them. return of Hon. James P. Taliaferroto one thing certain that I propose to knew ih.t luliy .*-vu' ...* pat 1
a kind of Mecca to her elected president of a l,500,00w cor-
They are
Henry Watterson. the United States senate to state do and that is to take a part in the flit of for miles au... *4 fk f
children, and her husband never failsto poration organized to mine coal in k
the of some good reason for opposing him, coming primary and it will not be 'hu'uuatJ w.*.. MIHM>4 i.> ti r... J
visit them on anniversary Pennsylvania and do various other
Frank Walpole seems to have fallen I j
I herdeath. (How sweet is this cherished but up to this hour we have heard no altogether healthy fora rew iudivi- pi Tifllt'\l. l
, into the hands of the Philistines in things in different sections of the
i memory of the "loved and good reason vrhy James P. Taliaferro ualy should I decide to goofier them" I --- -. /=
Tampa and the they bave done United States.G+inesville S 1 1
way lost!") A solemn feeling crept over should not be returned to the United -Frank Walpole in Metropolis. lit- :

him is a plenty. He is accumulatinga my heart, as I stood by the bed upon 1111 I I
States senate. ewhilikins! Wonder if he meant
great deal of experience. which she slept her last sleep of life, I Another gubernatorial candidate is CUTICURA'

and looked upon the Bible, opened I I The South There. looming up in the person of D. H. the officeholders' crgau gang?
Getting
I If Bourke Cockran renounces his where she had read her last chapter.A Probably. For it U known they have .
The Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore Mays, of Jefferson county. Mr. Mays
"done him dirt," and he tus hero OINTMENT
American citizenship to become
an
Long List of Candidates.The prints the following items, was a strong candidate before the last I
Irish M. P., Westminster will at least saying some pretty hard thing about i
and he woulil -
list of candidates before the showing the south's tremendous state convention probably -'
enjoy a new type of Irish eloquenceor them recently and threatening ensue I
I be a still stronger one m a pri-
primaries to be a lengthyone. growth
promises :
perhaps a revival of the best old the Jefferson very sensitioual! exposures.! Tatrt is Purest of Emollients ari I
In ISM the south had 40 cottonseedoil mary. In many respects
World. no doubt that he could a tale unfold ,
type.- ho far the following named gentlemen mills! with a capital of $3,500,000. county man is preferabre to any of about the schemes and manipulations : Greatest' of Skin Gyres. I

be regarded as candidates During the last six months alone the the candidates thus far announce..l.! I ,
may :
Frank Harris, of the Ocala Banner, couth has organized 94 cottonseed oil of that gang that would amaze and
For Governor. Gen. Robert Bui- Pensacola Journal.
I is sawing wood and saying nothing. mills with a capital of 53,700,000.: X1/1 shock the good people of this county. ; The Most Wolderfil( l CnM> !
look and Hon. C. M. Brown, Ocala;
There 700 oil mills
However is a useless task! to endeavor are now with an Tampa Times. i
IT MAY BE PARKHII.L.
Hon. R.V.. Davis, Palatka; Hon. annual output of $125,000,000 in placeof 4444
to get rid of Brother Harris I of All Time !
Daunette Mays, Monticello. the *<<) mills of 1SSO. In issl the The Madison Recorder says: "The ORIGIN OF "JEfrS LAF."
by sending him to the United States f
U. t). Senator.-Hous. James P. south made 397,000 tons of iron ; this plot thickens. Koonce, of Sumter, An ambitious young politician was !

i senate as long as the Banner continues Taliaferro, Jno. X. C. Stockton, Jack year iU production will be largelyover and Campbell, of Walton are said aspiring to a high office, and. making For Torturing Di5ftgurl9 !
to flourish under hu able and $3,000,000 tons. Its coal output
to be training for the attorney-gen. the rounds during his canvass sougut Humours.
sunville 8. Brooksville.
i\\ Jennings
scintillating editorial management.- ; will be about 65,000,000 LOBS, against i
Congress, 1st District-Hon. W. B. eralship-Escambia county, which I to gain some light as to how he was ,
Tampa Tribune. 6,000,0000 tons then. Its cotton spindles -
Lamar. now number nearly 8,000,000, has asked little in the way of state officers standing politically in certain precinct Cutinra Oiateetit .U terosdg-NMtl I

bave a candidate for this the mot I ioee rhtt t'Ur.tItl' fur Ws...P'
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600,000 in 1SSO. These but may by questioning tbe colored Jehu
against
When candidate Second District.-Hon 3.J. M.Barrs are
a for the presidency i. ... j
typical illustrations of the progress of one-after a while.-Pensacola Press. who was driving the team. Ing,Ili.aurt-c h.uswr .h"" tbta !
in 1SSO, Gen. W. S. Hancock C. L. Fildes, A. 0. Wright, Jacksonville scalpiBcludiacIOMot hpou *", **..* !}l

aid that the tariff question ; Frank Clark. Lake City; A. W. every line of industry in the south. .111 "Tom," he asked, what do the J'to tal, ia prvoff "hit.a ...... ,
was purely The advance in these industries has Robert McNamee: is aroundthe M 1
parading with i *
aDotatinj k, t nNr i*< bj }
about Bear Wallow
a local one, and should not b
thrust into national poli iC3. He was Davis, Gainesville; Chas. Dougherty, in furniture making, in rice pro- about the candidates for congress?" in the severer fM4 t.\ d._ u( w ]j
believe that he has a great following curs lfeoiv..t PfII. U itft'-a t. rte..
duction in railroad in "Well Mars Bob, some of 'em
Port Orange. development, say
laughed at .
by blamed
republicans to tawwuiiatD rr ikf I m tlx 4
t tr
the
by democrats. The planters of Third District.-Hons. Stephen M. fruit and early truck raking and in among laboring people, Mars Smith, he a mighty smart man, trtwtiag form or ill his' ;. t..ar-c i iI
sugar all other lines of human activ- to work for r ...
nearly purposing up strength a tut and scaly buaouri, prn..t6 h
a slick rascal. I
Louisiana and the and Sparkman, Robert McNamee, Tampa. pretty I and wtli' 1 t
pineapple ity. But the next ten years will race for congress on this account. The I sleep, points t*>a *l< -'lll1ir.
tomato growers of Florida are now Secretary of State.-Hons. H. Clay show far greater progress than the This was gratifying. "Well Tom." all other needles fail H\aif \i
truth is, McNamee has very few he so la the tnntanat ot iof aui. aaddreaclenasI.T i iut i
vindicating the Hancock idea.- Crawford, Tallahassee; James E. last twenty. ventured, "what do they ay when IOOCLIIlj liI..a 1ea&K !

Daytona Gazette-News. Broome, Quincy; Senator Kirk, friends anong the laboring people of they talk about my race for the the moat dMcJoe6tlllt( )lut....,. bmoara .. t

Brooksville.He Parker's Frigid Boomlet. Tampa. They gave him what pres- place?" ...s ",....",luI, \\w\t\ an. Mil i
be&IiUf1'a tM, R'n.( JK'.1 II< .t>J **'' f
More Trouble Ahead. Northern papers say Judge Parker's tige and position he has in politics, Tom scratched hid head, emtarrasdd. Cuttaira Oiauurui |'....#*w, *i ** i

Mr. E. 0. Painter, one of the ma- "Drugs the Public Press." reception was cool down here. Thermometer and now they are denouncing him on "Well, Mars Bob" he wild, same time UM charm of MtMh t.* *.

jority trustees of the John B. Stetson In his speech (now printed in pam- was about 90 in the shade, every band as an arch traitor.-Tam- finally, "when they mentions about I fttaptowMUof sUn,seal. ? hair UNt au-i i, f i.,""'itirariaiMthe "i* fyq i .* i

University, has resigned. He resigned phlet form) delivered before the late and we yelled "Our next president!" pa Times. you runnin they don't say anything. fawy to ar., far m,,r.. .#".tuJ1. .
What do they want for i u..a"i
a warm reception -
4444 agreeably awl "''UOUIII;' ails
legislature on the "Evils of Trusts
a month ago, but the Record has ?Atlanta (Ga.,) Journal. It that the of They jess 1 aff"Miaml! Metropolis.Very i must nptMNi" 01 t.....1 .
been waiting for and Monopolies,"Mr. Speaker Cromwell appears gang political I IU "I..... hN.1 'ur +411t.''"as.d
{ certain developments Sky rockets, cannon crackers, brass .....
who b tSi. -
Gibbons likens the Wholesale highwaymen concocted that Poor Judgment. ., <<" ...ttl' .anG.rt"r :
r incident to this resignation to bands, mint julips, attillery punch, I lair," or "Oavuijrttt tnua..$i "* .-
scheme to rob Sheriff Lesley of his Taliaferro did not defeat Call. He
become public property, and certain I Grocers Association of Florida to a and sich. halide," orhalror"t' $ii,.. tn-.Ulltut l.f x11
giant and among other evils he is doing ,-- office have decided to give up the defeated l'A!>l'O. So if any of the old **.cater i-!s*, I.>*.>
sensational facts are going to come to golf ttoaU. rldl. .**
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Retirement of
Mr. Taylor. attempt Such a storm of factions to defeat him
he is the indignation are trying now ".* .*
light soon, not only in connection says "drugging press of port, each HI t'Otallo't'U"M Y"N
this state. The retirement of Mr. Taylor, who was aroused that they feared to it occurs to us that it would be the of Catkun s..p. I I. tdk..U4 arMr1
VV with this resignation but in other of Uak.
matters relating to the This Is a seriou charge and should had become so famous as the cartoonist face it. The political history of Flor- Pasco faction, but Taliaferro'a friendsare MilbQM. IMWft t Mtte.rass .....

university be investigated.What of the Metropolis, is not only a ida does not contain a more diaboli showing very poor judgment in by t'sdewra' JlW-fif. t.d .#

scandal.pressure There brought was,to no doubt bear ,for a great Mr. papers in Florida is this Ions to that paper but is a loss to the cal plot, even during the days that attempting to array any of the old .k"illr, fer! oGrifJiac C'...as.4 M4 u.. Jt.trashy.,t "}1tIf".kln .......'

' hungry giant drugging? entire state and especially in view of the carpetbaggers overrun the state. factions against him. The policy of cale* and ika. raC M4 tM *'W,
Painter to hold on, but he was wear- the of tdliox bUr,f.rand ......tIC..1tlasitisj
approaching primary which open This is conceded by even the fair- the friends of Taliaferro should be to $ trd .."
Ing no IIl&Il'syoke. There Is extreme ooibiflf wd, t' 5 I
V a storm Virtue carried to is vice. ed such a wild field for the display of minded men among tbe sheriff's political make friends for him and let bygone hands let bukr tassels. ....,. ...
&heBd.-DeLand
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Record. .
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opponents.-Tampa Times. be bygones.
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UTSCENE$ [$ IN THE DEAD PONTIFF. A Vocal, 1 Suggestion. CATARRH

unable to understand what was eald. Here are Mtne things the different

Bishop Kenny's Official Notification tradesrJen in Jacksonville ought toTe

lift( Of POPE. St Archbishop Paul. July Irel 21. nd'i Tribute. of the Death of Pope Leo. sing; The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and 'j
-Upon the ;
receipt
astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobaccoE' bI
.. ___ ul the news of the death of Pope Leo The folio wine circular letter addressed lawyer-"Sue." and cigarettes or any external or local application is ..:;, ):

Archbishop! Ireland paid the following to the Clergy tot the Diocese of.St. The baker-"I kneed thee every just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of ;;I" ..
jitter Long Battle Pontiff Succumbs tribute to the dead prelate. He said 'jour." the pot to make it boil. True these give temporary
Augustine was sent out immediately
la
part: relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the _;.
MondaySURROUNDED "In Leo the death of the The ball player-"Home, sweet -
a great and: good man. passed upon Pope bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus.
from the earth. The extraordinary, Reverend and Dear Father: home. Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh, for it

BY HIS CARDINALS the unparalleled Interest with which St. Augustine Fla., July 20,1903.In The gas man-Let the lower checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and
the world this which should off the skin
last fortnight kept vigli vapors pass through are
$,,?, Kttftr it Lilt Claims Soul of around the Vatican where the old the death of Pope Leo XIII, the lights! be burning.The thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin, c a+

Aimee Pwtfff After Struggle Lastly hero battled dramatically with grim church has lost one of the greatest, if dentist-"With all her false I producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus, -
c'u.th; : Is a magnificent tribute to Leo love her still." much of which is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation
for Many Long OaYLIII" shish nothing could ever have evoked not the very greatest, of the many reaches every part of the system, involving the Stomach, Kidneys and other

> July 21.HU s holiness. Pop save unusual grandeur of soul and great meu that have graced the pontifical The furniture man-"My bamboo parts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry form, the breath

XIII head of the Roman Catholic unusual feats, the offspring of that throne of St. Peter. Of his pre. queen." becomes exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are frequent, the eyes red
t. ,
hearing affected and a constant in the No that does
ringing ears. remedy
dank, U deal grandeur. In. the death of Leo humanity decettoors some have shown greatness 1 he farmer Bringing in the not reach the blood
polluted can cure Catarrh. S. S. S. expel from the
. Its tarn for the worse came early realizes that an orb of light in the sanctity of their lives, othersas h ea Vt-s." circulation all offensive matter, and when rich, pert
t ftii morning and at that hour it was uch as is seldom seen to dominate blood is
tie expositors of the grand doctrinesof The small boy-"Shall we gather at again coursing through the body the
high
: il&r'at to bU physician that death skies of its moral and Intel- mucous membranes become healthy and the skin
i ru'oniJ a Question of time. lectual firmament has !fallen maknlga the Catholic church, others as the river. active,all the disagreeable painful symptoms disappear

,f Tfc. pope died peacefully. His glo mighty void which again may not be heroic defenders of the church's Pierpont Morgan-"If you ain't got and a permanent thorough cure is effected.S. .

I thus tlU wu wreathed In smiles filled.. Great and good Leo truly was rights or in Virtue's cause, others still no money, needn't come 'round." S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the
rhea death came. fashioned so by nature and by grace Stomach and digestion, but the appetite and general health rapidly improve
Ts1esrsrst and cablegrams from aU divine. What a mind It was-lofty as true statesmen. Leo XIII ever The *"Nearer my Godto under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best meal

Mrs of the torld are being read at in vision reaching out to vastest hori- since bin elevation to the Pontificalin thee." J. C.; L.In Metropolis advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application.

&. v&tlcan. Ions. soaring upward to highest regions ISiS has shown himself great in Kick Kolum. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta Ge.
To'ti. lut his holiness instated that of thought and truth. When he ...
1M f)>7 lcian would not administer ascended the pontifical throne he resolved everything pertaining to the high Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.

I rig that would make him uncon- !that so far as opportunity came office of Vicar of Jesus Christ.Of i
his! would be "About six years ago for the first
, wishai to meet death a historic pontificate and
he
,daa, u posof him it must be said that be was
t paned hi* every faculty. ttkt end he worked consciously during time in my life I had a sudden and
his life. truly a man of renown, rich in virtue,
Greatness
includes
goodness severe attack of diarrhoea,"says Mrs.
or at least without goodness greatness seeking l>eautifulne&, and in tileItrt'ngth
Alice Miller,of Morgan.Texas.!!: "I got
July 20.-4:20 m.-The Is
home, p. no boon to humanity. Leo
was a of intellectual
grand powerand temporary relief, but it came back
pipe dii eshortly after 4 o'clock thJaifteraoon. good man; he shone in virtue Dyspeptics
HU last moments were his life WM unsullied. every He was deep-; of ardent Catholic rharity teaching again and again, and forsix: long years

lompariiitc'iy! peaceful and painless ly Imbued with the spirit of faith. He the people in words of holy wisdom I have fullered more misery and ago ire made every day by their Oft earelesss

Iti were preceded by a period of In- lived ar.dorked purely for God and His every word and act lm ny than I can tell. It was worse than OBH. Arne that case of cowtipttioa before U

.,calbttr,. Around the bedside at the Icr man. Must high-minded Interested. death. My hu-baud spent hundreds becomes chronic. TUeIA1fOH
been to show and demonstrate that
Oral moment wore the cardinals, the ness of purpose, most absolute consecration of dollars for physicians' prescriptions 'SLIVER PILLS '
pi&t%Tes and the members of the pap. of self to the duties of his ex- iu the Catholic church we find only and treatment without avail. Finally -

alted office characterized' all his the pure doctrines of Jesus Christ and we moved to Bosque county, our ( J DTONIG'PELLETS1, \1 1I '

thoughts and acts. lie, WM simple the world saving force, and that solely present home, and one day I happened I 11 the only remedies which aarot NUort tad do not get ia her 1Dr. 1\\ ,
aid loving as a child In hla I
intimaterelations to see an advertimeutofCbamper-: Powerful aDd mk eooarmed
hy strict adherence to her principles I porgabTM gripe pun : 1
with people who came into lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea drug-taken. Ramose Remedial act gently sod few the fsystem i
his presence; considerate and and teachings can true love for I
tactful Remedy with at testimonial of a man independent of drug For tale by ill deafen
Iweet of temper and kindliest of word. mankind be shown and humanity he who had been cured by it. The case Your druggist will furnish t tree sample or .. will

He met king and peasants, men of uplifted. "I have been always!: guided was similar to my own that I con \
highest sodal rank and ot lowest all
Brown Co.
cluded to try the remedy. The resultwas Mfg.
bowed before his graciousness and by my conscience and by our chris-

whispered to him words of affection tian faitb" were his words to Cardinal wonderful. could hardly realize New York i

i r and devotion."... . .... .. Mkcchi, and they explain it all. Like hat'I was well again, or' believe it and Greeneville. 4 1
t". could be so after having suffer d so .

Eoae, July 20-( -2:15 p. m-The the faith that he professed he belonged long, but that one bottle of medicine. Tenn. I

pope has entered Into what the doc- to mankind and an he loved all he cured me costing but a J few cents, a '.

ten believe to be LJ. last agony. was beloved by all and all nations cured me." For sale by AntiMonopoly -

The death rattle U audible to thos Drug St"re. hi
will mourubisloss.
waiting outbid the sick room I r 1
But dear Father must not for- I I 1
His death wag considered we The Montezuma Undergoes Another
BO 'Imminent POST OFFICE DRUG STOKE, O( .U4.%, FLA.ft j
that all the cardinals were present get that he was human and subject to Change.
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and the members of the diplomatic human temptations and the attacks Col. V. J. Shipman, who took i

Ilia room as corps. according were admitted to tradition to the, popes sick of our common enemy. Though infallible charge; of the Montezuma hotel in ..s. ...... ............ 1

must die surrounded by the sacred he was not impeccable. His this city about two months ago, has .... .

: college, the pontifical court and the life like our own, was a constant warfare sold his interest to Mr. C. W. Joseph .

lean.diplomatic corps accredited to the vat- aud like us all he constantly of the Union Cooperage Supply Com- .Advertising S

Just at that moment a large partyof needed supernatural strength to enable any, of Jacksonville, who has taken

Americas: tourists, unaware of the him to conquer in the strife. charge of same. Col. Shipman, however .

l I critical situation of the pontiff, ascend. The warfare has now ended for him. will continue with the new management :
ed the grand stair caw, talking and : Po-v \ '
POPE i.co xiix.J laughing. They were approached bya He has fought the good fight, he kept for some time .

I ewrt Before lapsing into uncon- gendarme, who said: : the faith, and the victory we are sure Under Colonel Shipmau's manage- ---- SS

doaineis the dying! pontiff feebly "Please do not make any noise as is his. But he may have yielded at ment the hotel underwent a good .
moved his lips hU: last articulate! the holy father is dying."
SS
lords< being: those! used! In fcestowlngI This produced great emotion; among times through the frailty of human many changes and became: very pop-

benediction. the tourists and nature und K incurred a debt to the i ular with the traveling public Mr.
they fmmediately re :
'One: drop of water does not make the ooean
Gradually the shadow of death tired. The governm j;6L has decided : divine justice which our prayers and Joseph has the reputation of being a .

Kwd over the pontiff: his estremiti that when the pope's death Is immi--I good works are needed to cniicel. It thorough hotel man and we hope the One: grain of sand will not make a hore.
became coil his features assumed nert or has actually occurred, It will I ;-t-
fc. tfjlJItj: of death and Dr. Lapponi hold uj all dispatches until the facts il our duty to appeal the throne of Montezuma, under his management, One feather does not make a lunl : ,tI

i toted bU last fluttering heart beats. are olt'iclally proclaimed when the mercy for the happy repose c.f his will become error ever popular. One leap will not make a froc

hlch gradually became slower and first official announcement will be soul. You will therefore ask tilt'prli"t'rs -----. .
slower, tfttil they finally stopped.The made. Treat your Kidney for Rheumatism. IT IS ALL TirE 1t14 T- of the congregation that the
then
news of the pope's death
When are sulleriug from rhuema- .
spread rapidly throughout Rome and History of Pope Leo. soul of our late Sovereign I'outill" your .

timed a more pronounced sensation. Born at Carpineto March 2, 1810. may rest in peace, and invite them tism, the kidneys must be attended to .

Til whole city is in mourning. Entered college at Rome in 1824. all to assist at Solemn Macs of at once so that they will eliminate the I) -. ---. ..

Matriculated at Gregorian universityIn uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kid S .
1830.:: Requiem to be otlertd for him in all
VATICAN VISITORS STOPPED. the most effective remedy .
is
Entered the College of Noble Ecclesiastics the churches of the diocese on next ney Cure :

in 1832.Appointed Monday morning.You for this purpo-t'. R. T Hopkins, of

Sccn In Bedchamber of Dying Pope domestic prelate by Greg. Poiar, wi:!., says "After uuiuceessfully I And so it is with most things in life f anti $
ory XVI in 1837.Referendiary will also ask!! the prayers of the k
Leo XIII. doctoring three years for rheumatismwith ft especially is it true that advertisement ft
to the court ofSegna- faithful for the speedy election of a one
b.. July 21.-A stop; has been tuna March 16, 1837. the best doctors, I tried Foley's 66 .ft
Ht to the frequent visits made to Order of conferred Dec. good and worthy successor to him on 2 will not make you a successful advertiser.
preisthood
Cure and it cured me. I can .
Pope Leo's sick chamber, although 81 1837. the papal throne. To that end let the Kidney
A out line of publicity and put it In $
a
too highly of this great Lay
the
tow not speak
presence of eallere would not Apostolic delegate at Benevento prayer from the Mass "Pro EligendoPontific"
brm him While he was conscious 18371841. medicine." Post Office Drug Store.m S
be said in all the Masses, 1ft >
these> visits exhausted him, but It Was Governor of Spoleto 1841.1843. ft
'fc "'iih that visitors should be admitted Papal nuncio at Brussels 1848-1813. when the rubrics permit it, aud also

sad the attending doctors thought Made archbishop of Perugia in 1846 after each Mass let the celebrant re- i.Jrotestottal.T : THE OCALA BANNER !
tt better not to cross him. Created cardinal Dec. 19, 1853. ,
cite alternately with the people one
The pope will die one may say la Made Cardinal Cameriengo in July,, ... ----- ---
Bpsae. it not standing, aa le dene 1877. "Our Father" and three "Hail Marys" E.BIGGS. - : That Will Pay ve v> v*

elated would be, at least perform Elected pope Feb. 20, 1878. until the end of the Conclave. Sa
hi his duties to the ea4. This morn Revived Roman Catholic hierarchyIn ATTORNEYATLAW.Office .
Wishing you, Rev. dear Father and I
k| the sick room was the quietest Scotland March 4, 1878. ( in Gary-Agnew Block.) .I

U4 boit tranquil spot In the vaticw. Encyclical condemning communismand those of our beloved (people commit. OCALA FLORIDA ..........................
The pontiff lies on his bed the pilkwi nihilism Dec. 28, 1878. ted to your care every blessing for

of which are not water than his Encyclical against heresy, socialism, soul and body and commanding myself U D. Fl"LLER.-:

fut. which has ft strange aspect owfc Nov. 5. 1692.Re.cognlzed. DENTIST.Over .
unity of Italy Oct 7 also to your prayers I am
| b hU! not baring been stated ... Munroe&Chambliss Bank Ocala Fla.
ESTABLISHED 11 YEARS.HAHHE .
-
to 1883. lours truly in Christ
10 ksn|. His hands are folded ,
*T* the rosary which he has ueed for Encyclical condemning liberalism, WM. J. KEXXY, D. D., J M. THOMPSON_
Nov 6, 1885.Celebrated. BROTHERS'CASH
star 10 St.
years. The famous army Bishop: Augustine.
In 1887. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
golden jubilee
their, perhsps. his holiness will never Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp.Monteiuma. ORDER HOUSE
Celebrated grand jubilee In 1888. MAIL
II< 1 S1CO Seward
stet, stands Invitingly, with his 5150 OCALA. FLA.T .
sick betide it. while Centra his valet, Encyclical; on socialism and labot The readers of this paper will be
May 16. 1891.Celebrated. Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
t'' CHASE,
T* tai weeps before a huge Ivory Episcopal Jubilee In February pleased to learn that there is at least B. _

Ms",ilfli: ; Dr. Lapponi sits by the bed 1893. one areaded disease that science has DENTIST, I Authorized] Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Win J. lAmp
ready for The
any emergency. anneal Encland for OCALA FLA .
Issued to reunion
&*tor from time to time rises noise- of Christendom j\pnl'14, 1894. been able to cure in all its stages and Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer.

_!I", to administer of of Catarrh. Hall's L. SISTRCNK,
nourishment, Celebrated sixtieth anniversary that is Catarrh Cureis CARLOS

'h1cthl.. morning the pontiff has his first mass Feb. 13 1898. the only positive cure known to the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville Fla' E
bob. some. Indeed>> Dr. LapponI8ec Declared 1900 a year of universal
medical Catarrh
fraternity. being a Room 4, Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla. :s Si
j4 In hating the pope swallow jubilee May 11, 1899. constitutional disease, requires a con- PRICE LIST t'PO.VAPPLK'ATIO.V.:

'red w.rU teaspoonfuls of coffee, milk: Held consistory and created eleven stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh EDWIN SPENCER.:: .
brand mixed. The silence of new cardinals June 19, 1i9a. -- ----- -
n. III Celebrated ninetieth birthday Cure is taken internally acting ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
room Is occasionally broken an
1 ?J l ticking cough due to the gather March 2, 1900. directly upon the blood and mucous OCALA, 7-S-r FLORIDA. A. E. DELOUEST
b. of Bhletm tn Pooe Leo's throat surfaces of the system, thereby destroying !
"*** eouiBing spells have the effect Jews to Come to Alabama. the foundation of the dis- Hon. C. A. Carson who is a member

rowing the pontiff, causing him to Huntsville. >.U.. July .-Dr. Louis ease; and giving the patient strengthby of the board of trustees of the Uni-
epee his eyes and revive brightly. Edelman has departed for Washingtonto building up the constitution and
lfkils versity Florida at Lake City, says!
the doctors were examining consult the immigration officials assisting nature in doing its work.

**'& Ptlent this morning, believing In regard to his project for the colonization The proprietors have so much faithin that at a recent meeting of the boardit HARDWARE.Sash .

bet* to bt la a stupor, his holiness of several hundred families of its curative powers, that they ofle was decided to abolish the coeducation -

t II his ,lee even now bright and Russlon Jews on lands of the Southern One Hundred Dollars for any case feature and make the University

7l w miens llftless, on them, eaTing: railroad in the south. Dr. Edalman. that it fails to cure. Send for list of for males. In way andDoors ,i) 1 Farming
tie exclusively every
win boom
will
doctors you not the Jews of Bessarabia. Tools.
says testimonials. Address .
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PP'
aJJ* ? brat light with death" which his immigrants will com,, be- the institution has been strengthenedand .
F. J. CHENEY 4; CO., Toledo, O
i /* ta your holiness who Is brave," lon io the farming class and will it is now one of the finest in the Ready Mixed $
Sold 7bc.Hall's .
'nBed Druggists.
5 r*. by -
Lapponi. but before the re- matte community.
good citizens in uj O'
Pills the best. lladieon Sew Enterprise. Etc.V
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JACKSON, KY. AGAIN EXCITED. "

FIRST CEREMONY In the ft hall preparatory of the consrstory.congregation held In WAR FEELING P S1BGNG STRAUSS' 76"

Incendiary Fire Causes Renewed Fears


OVER PONTIFF'S BODY them: Cardinal the first Ore instructions gIla communicated he has given ta IN WS' REALMJaps camp Jackson was,of Ky alarmed Feud. July Troubles.at 22.-The 2 o'clock military this "Trje Fi )est" ROYAL RESERVE

since the death of the pope Inform-
morning by the cry of "Fire!" and by
Cardinals In Rome Assembe ing them of the numerous messagesof Don't Lika Concessions '
Uhots fired by the provost guards. A FULL QUARTS AA Four Quarts
condolence received from all partsof I
Two details of troops were sent Into T1 $6.UU $3 50
To View Remains. the world and the universal mourning Made By China. DELIVERED Delivered. .
tn.'n. The fire was near the depot.A
for Leo XIII. An exchange of
GRANDIOSE AND UNIQUE AFFAIR. CHING SIDES WITH RUSSIA. small house belonging to Henry Collier
leas took place regarding the ceremonies I.
-- was burned. The pe:.f>!e were

Ceremony Conducted With Great Pomp preceding the con tave.lo"ben Explanation Is Wanted of Russia's Arbitrary wildly excited for fear it was a repetition -
Cardinal Oreglla asked for the advice bottle of
and Was Most Impressive-Cardinals of one of the cardinals present the latter Conduct In Korea and Man of the Ewen feud. Investigation Every genuine
bowed it was of Incendiary origin, anda
Wore Crimson Robes With Violet replied: churia-little Empire Will Bravely
is The troops
negro suspected.
Collars, Indicative of Mourning. "It is difficult to give advice. Indeed Resort to Arms If Occasion Requires. are hunting for him. The burned
you must teach us what to do. Pabst
Louse was near a house owned by Hen
Rome, July 22.-This morning began :g not one of us ever participated in a Victoria, B. C., July 22.-The
Comings and occupied by the Strong
the first of those grandiose and unique conclave." fcearner! Indrasamaha, which arrived ry
family. The Strongs are the last of
ceremonies which follow the demise The Italian government has given ;I-t: night brought news that the war
the! noted Strongs-Armls feud. The
cf a pope, and although private, it crders to the railroad officials that feeling in Japan wail strong. than
Armis! were all killed. Callahan had
"w conducted with great pomp and cardinals coming to Rome for the conclave ever when the steamer sailed, because> Blue Ribbon
Armis and
Intermarried into the family
wee most impressive. All the card!. shaH be considered princes of of the alleged concessions made by the
took up the feud for several years af
sala present in Rome numbering: 29, the blood and have reserved compartments Chinese government to Russia. The
terwards.R. .
aawinblad at the apostolic palace to or saloon cars placed at their increasing excitement ol Japanese papers '
J. Ewen remained in the expresscar
view the remains of the late Leo XII1 disposal from the frontier. In addition la also accentuated by the change .
in which he was brought from
aDd to officially pronounce him dead. instructions have been given to ol attitude of Prince Ching, who is : bears the trade-mark "Pabst jliJ.vauee"
Lexington until 1 o'clock in the morning .
Cardinal Oreglia. dean of the sacred all the government authorities to pul aid to bv gone completely to tin ; when he was removed to camp. Happeared I

college and camerllngo of the Holy themselves at the disposal of the cardinals Ruaaian side. I
I hollow
under
a strong square
Itoaoa church, had to put aside hid if they are required to do so, The Kobe Chronicle says Admiral I guard today and Insisted that the grand \ ] in a red circle. In I the

cardinal robe. as a sign of deep mourning and to leave nothing undone for their Hilakka: chief commander of the Jap- jury first consider the cases of Crawford

tad was gowned entirely In violet accommodation and protection. these squadron, has addressed a me and Tbarpe charged with setting

Tb cardinal wore crimson rotes with nortel to the naval staff department fire to Ewen's house In which cased making of Pabst Beer

riolet collars, indicative of mourning. ELECTION OF NEW POPE. suggesting the r.4vinbl1ltl of organizing hen is not a witness as he was fa

In tho Death Chamber. ( the Japanese squadron andalso the company with the soldlera when his

I Within the death chamber the body Conclave of Cardinals May Begin at necessity! of fornHilaGng plan of <5feLsa hotel was burned.It The barley is right

i ky with a white veil over the face. Vatican Aug. 1. and general operation from a I. stated that Ewen's friends wantto

I on the bed. anrroua&ea 07 tmncisc&l Home, July 22.-According to a statement naval standpoint ascertain bow the pending Inquiry
The
ecclesiastic Count Oakuma, a prominent! Japanese proceeds before they testify in the hops are right
penitentiaries, while outside the noble coming from a high
st&temal1.sald Japan should ask .
guard maintained a solemn vigil.. The arrangements at the Vatican are being bribery cases.Captain

I profound illence was only broken by pressed forward which will enable the an explanation of Russia's arbitrary Ewen said that Farmer The is
conduct In Korea and Manchuria and water right
conclave of cardinals to begin sitting Plummer. who offered him JS.MM) when

rhould the answer be unsatisfactory, Le had two witnesses concealed, was
Aug. 1. However, it is now thought
last considerably a strong protest should be sent and a cne of his best friends and there was
the session may question at the same time submittedto The plant is rightThat's
longer than at first expected, even long n) desire to punish Plummer, and let
the other He said in taking
powers.
i f enough to permit Cardinal: ran. of the man escape who furnished the
such a step Japan must be prepared and made Plummer the
5000 act as
Sydney, N. S. W., to arrive in time to
r rT to resort to arms, if necessary. At o-bet ween." why
.
take part in the proceedings.An
present Japan was superior to Russiain ,/
ambassador accredited to the While nothing can be learned from

Tatican: says the question of Pope Leo'ssuccessor armaments In the Far East and the grand jury, there ere many report

l one at Japan's cause: waa a right one; however about the courthouse that caused> die
is a peculiarly open
imprudent Russia might be, it satisfaction.
tbs present moment. The personalty
would -not venture going to war and
of the candidates plays a much more
P risk offending all the powers and he FRANCE TAKES NO STEPS. iibeer
important part than in any preceding
t believed the protest would be success
conclave, since the conditions prevail. -4
WIU Not Exert Any Influence In Ap
ing In the pan are now entirely chang fulCole
n Brown and Edward Koukela, preaching Conclave.
ed. Formerly the sacred college was
Americans, have been sentenced to Paris, July 22.-The Associated Press
divided into several distinct parti6S0nere
was first that composed of Ga three years' imprisonment by United is authorized by the French foreign office -

grates Consul Ragsdale at Tien Tai! to say that the French govern
cardinal members of the great Roman ;
which fur holding up Eugene Vwner. a ment has taken no steps to exert any
of
families, nearly every one
was represented in the colleges. These I Frenchman, at Pehin.! Influence on the conclave, and If i ii IS pure

Influence believed the other Catholic states will!
always exerted very powerful
PEST STRIKES BAKER COUNTY.For adopt the same course.It .
tI 1I In the election of a pope. At the
I time there is only one ecioa is improbable that a change in
f i present
}, Yi the First Time in Many Years Caterpillars the head of the holy see will result
cf a great Roman house among
cardinals, namely, Cardinal Battisia Have Appeared. :.1 any change in the relations of For Sale by

Albany, Ga., July 22.-There appearsto France to the Vatican, unless the new &
Casilo del Derago who from the standpoint
be no doubt that caterpillars have pope proves to be another Pius IX, but
of the election of a new pontiff,
Is relatively unimportant. Then there made ther appearance in Baker county that if a matter whereon it is Impossible STRAUSS & CO.

i were parties composed of cardinals appointed and the first news of the discovery of to express an opinion until the ,

the pest was received last week and iew pope is elected.: While the French
TOPE'S
THE TOMB by the same pope, who usually
tie chanting of prayers for the dead. has: been authenticates by reliable par preferences lean toward Cardinal Ram- DealersOCALA
ranged themselves into separate bodies Wholesale' Liquor -
sclemn the polla, no steps are being taken in his
hto this! presence came In addition to the members of the sacred ties.An has

I n-ourning procession of cardinals, who, college appointed by the pope Albany business man Just &vor.

tnteling. silently prayM. Then the who had then just passed away, there returned from a several days' business The cardinal bishop of Paris has ordered FLA.Depressed. .

prelates' reverently looked on while were usually considerable numbers trip through Baker county and he a solemn mass for the repose ol ,

Cardinal Oieglia approached the re states that caterpillars have appeared the soul of the pope at Notre Dame on I -
chosen by his predecessor, and even afow r
mains.! by the precedinghim. iu a number of field As jet their Tuesday next. The cay following: memorial I I 1-
nominated pope
For this morning's function thepope's In of Leo XHTd I number is not great but it is net services will be celebrated in I
consequence
bedroom had been transformed doubted that they will multiply rapid all the parish chapels of the diocese.

Into a kind of mortuary chapel with long disappeared.reign these In parties the present have conclave entirely I ly, and there is great fear for the Beyond these, there will be no other : J'VbnAWomanfee1s 1

future of the cotton crop In this sec services here. Cardinal Richard will
ire altar: at one end, having In the cen- there will be only one cardinalCar'dinal

i Let a crucifix surrounded by six lighted Oregha-who was not appointed tion.! not co to Rome before Friday.: .
There" have been no caterpillars rn .
l racdlei. Four candles>> stood at the !! Leo.
y Pope this part of the state for some yearS FATAL FAMILY QUARREL. '
bd corners. As a result of these changes the I' baa frequent h". WVJ
past, and there is a good deal of surprise adaehe.-b.dtit.ornarM. ," y.rappetite V \ l
lait iut .,. tI
\ > > to *l : '
Seemed Life-like. conclave will be much p > .1. >> nu>rKi4. all-a
Corpse approaching *
at their sudden appearance at In Mississippi Encounter Occurs Be- .e.l1IIgIUi col oec unJjr sup d'r. <...,!. aelea e l
the influence of individual
Tie white- veil was then removed more under this time. tween Father and Son.

from the dead man's face revealingthe candidates: than the past rendering it New Albany, Miss, July 22.-As an It's the Liver.
forecast the election with f
cameo-like features of the departed Impossible to FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT.One ojtgrowth of a family quarrel George Don't fan
any degree of certainty. It is considered to get today n your drttgttte to!:J4 ofHERBINE
tape, rendered sharper and more Churchill, a prominent farmer of this

transparent by death. So lifelike was highly probable that the new pope Person Killed, Another Seriously county, is dead and his son is believed I IIt
that those half will be a man at present not thought be wounded.
the holy present : ex- Injured In Brooklyn. to fatally

reeled Leo to raise his hand in famillr o* and not talked about. New York, July 23.-Mrs. Adelaide The men met in the woods near
of blessing A moment of The Tribuna today published an interview Churchill's home and three shots were will Quickly and s':I'dy rr :ort! "' n Lt tv. K1d I
gesture Arch Hawley, of New Milford, Pa., has been anddtKeureorg.nttotbc, no.r. l.r. -.
breathless silence ensued, and then with Cardinal Svampa, : instantly killed, one other with her in heard. Persons attracted by the feel like a new woman aft..z tars, .Le '1.;... .. f f

Cardinal Oreglia taking the aspersori- bishop of Bologna, who the paper says, ''II an automobile party seriously injured shots, found Churchill dead with a 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS. Ifi I
from his stroke
um, sprinkled the late pontiff with holy Las quite recovered and a third person hurt by the overturning bullet through his brain at d a revolver

water and said in a firm voice Gin cf paraljsis. The cardual is quotedas I of their car going at a tremendous bv his side in such a position as to

acchlmo" (the Christian name of the saying: rate of speed on Ocean Parkway indicate suicide. The son had been ----- -

deceased pontiff.) When there was "I believe that the conclave will be at Caton avenue Brooklyn.In hot twice and was unconscious.

word very short, as were the last two. At .
no answer the same was repeated the automobile were Mrs Hawley

three times, louder and louder, af the utmost, I think it may take a week Mrs. Elizabeth Elberts, of New TURKISH TROOPS REINFORCED.

ter which, turning to the kneeling cardinals as now there does not exist in the Milford, Pa., Edward E. Hawley, Mrs,

the camerlingo solemnly announced sacred college the marked political differences Severe Fighting Reported In Vilayetof
Hawley's' son who had charge of the
of other times. Therefore, Salomca.Constantinople ( ) O
: I I! machine, a little girl and a little boy. ,2.00.
will be possible to arrive at an understanding -
"Papa yore mortuus est (the pope it I The machine, going at full speed, July 22.-Accordingto

U really dead.) more easily and quicker. suddenly swerved from the road aid dispatches from Salonica a battalion

As the words were uttered there The Interviewer asked the cardinal ran full tilt against the curb. The of troops has been sent to Doiran,

arose from the kneeling cardinals aegh what he thought the policy of the future wheels went up in the air, the cat in the vilayet of Salonica, to reinforcethe

like that of the wind in the treed pope would be in regard to the I careened and all the occupants were Turkish forces. There are already I

at night a tribute paid to the late pontiff so-called Roman question. I hurled out and to the ground with i,tOO troops at Doiran and severe fight

by these princely heads of thechurch. "",,'m it remain rlglSJy unchanged, tremendous force. 1jrs. Elberts suffered ing Is reported to have occurred.It .

Afttr this, in voices trem- or will the new pope inaugurate a modus a concussion of the brain, her is believed the revolutionists are

Ming with emotion, the ranking cardinal vivendi, which many persons in face was badly cut, and she is in a resisting;; effectively. Eleven additional

recited the de profundis, gave absolution both camps wish for" serious condition. Mr. Hawley was battalions have been mustered in SEABOARDAir

and sprinkled the body with Cardinal Svampa replied: badly cut and bruised. The children to replace 16 which were recently dIs-

holy: water. "No one today can say with certainty were unhurt. I banded.
anything about it But it must
Offers For Embalming Body.
not be forgotten that whoever is elected I KENTUCKY FEUD CASE. Strikers Attack Strike Breakers. Line Railway.
Hundreds of offers have come from personal into
will bring something Grand Jury at Jackson Continuing Its Toronto, Ont., July 22.-Striking
Italy and abroad from doctors, druggists the attitude of the holy see regardingthat Investigations. molders have attacked the strike

and specialists, for the embalming question, something which more Jackson Ky., July 23.-The grand breakers from the United States at

of the remains of Pope Leo, but or less muet differentiate from the attitude Jury after indicting Gardner Plummet work in the Canadian Foundry company's

aaturally cot one of them has been : of the former pope. Besides, for perjury and Edward Tharp ard plant Mounted police andre-

accepted. every theoretical fact of Importance Joseph Crawford for burning Ewen'l serves stopped the fight Scores ol
Cardinal Rampolla intended to leave brings with it changes which ameliorate made. English and Scottish
arrests were
hotel is continuing its sessions.It .
the Vatican last night, immediately afif or aggravate pre-existing condi is presumed from the witnesses molders have complained to PremIer TAMP AND RETURN.

the death of the pope when having tions. Every sunrise of each day that are being called that the juror Ross that the company brought

officially accredited to the Vatican and throws fresh light on men and things. are considering the cases of the two them here with the understanding that
to.the. papal nuncios, with instructionsto
I there was no strike on. The premier
county officials who are said to have
have the news communicated to the furnished the $5,000 that Plummer of. told them he could do nothing. The
'ftrfous rules he considered his FLORIDA MAN ASSASSINATED.
% foreign I
aided the strikers
then original
fered-to Ewen if the latter would not men
duties aa papal secretary of state to:
Unknown Murderer Escapes and Cat testify against Curtis Jett and Thomas la the attack on the strike breakers.
Lave been eded.Rampolla
not Be Traced. White in the Marcum murder case, also
was on the point of leaving JULY
In North Carolina.
Dade City, Fla. July 22.-Meager reports that the inquisition la extending Into Tragedy 29
'when Oreglla insistently begged
Cardinal
him to remain in the apartment he have been received here of the the murders of Cox, Cocknll and Gibson N. C., July 22.-.sunday afternoon

tad occupied for over 16 years, and the killing of young Austin Gillett of Enren. I' others. 2 miles south of Gibson, in ,

secretary of state acceded to the re He was staying at the home of Meantime special Bailiff Xewiaod, Marlboro county, South Caroline Will

quest. The vicar of Rome, Cardir bis brother-in-law. LM Ellis, and wal who is making arrests, bas not been Ransom Boggon Taylor and PIckett fI

.Pietro Respight, has caused to be attached bhot and killed by an unknown asra* able to find Plummer who had been Taylor became Involved In a difficulty, Ia I

to the doors of the churches ant sin through the window. engaged laying pipes here for the which resulted in Ransom being shot 1j j

announcement of the death of Pope Dogs were secured and put on the Standard Oil- company. Captain B. twice in the stomach by Boggoa and to

L.o.- with instruction regarding the trail, but they trailed the party for J. Ewen caused quite a stir hi camp severely cut in the neck and back by Tickets good returning up 1

k rrayers to be offered and also giving abcut one mile and then gave ap the last night by yelling in his sleep and Pickett It is stated that Ransom -

Information about the funeral services. chase. Young Gillett had no enemies when aroused told'the soldiers he war cannot live. He was taken home anda etAugust

The cardinals present la Rome andthis and it is a mystery why he was ItllleiIc dreaming that he was being killed. doctor sent for. The Taylors are 1st

morning rstfyy Wwdinal Oreglla,. uGh: a bruia.. manner J till at large.

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,..... EDWARD IN LONDON. NOTICE. NOTICE. CHARTER OF THE CENTRAL

: Disuse takes no summer Their Majesties Greeted GENERAL( ( L CASSIUS! I M. -- NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA. I

with Continuous Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under: Sec In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof

vtation. Cheering Along Route. tion 8, of Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida. Florida, in and for Marion County.In No. 6015.

If you need flesh and Queen Dublin Alexandra, July 23.-King Edward and [CLAY l!y I IS NO MORE. NOTICE 15 HEREBY purchaser GIVES of tax THAT certificate LOCISA No. Chancery.Mrs. Treasury Department. 01 o thr| .

frtnth! useScott's accompanied by the 140, dated the :st day of Julv. A I). 1901, hasSled A. C. Caldwell. and Mrs. S. A. C. Hunter ler of the Cret.W.lingon.1.

lord lieutenant, the Earl of Dudley said certificate in my office and made application and Joseph H Hunter, her husband, and next
for tax deed to iue In accordance C.J
and Princess Victoria, their suites and with law. SaId certificate embraces the follow. fneud. Complainants, vs. John O Caldwell, ..

Emulsionjammer other officials drove from the vice re- Ambassador to Russia Under ing described property situated in Marion J. Edward Caldwell, Elizabeth D. Gibson, UTHEREAS.11 deuce presented BY SATISFACTORY 1
C unty Florida toit Commencing at a point and A.J Gibson.Mrs. Mary HIggins and has been to the 0. .
gal made
lodge to the castie wilch they 960 feet south and 37 feet west of northeast cor to appear tnat

as in winter. reached shortly before 11 o'clock President Lincoln. nerof southeast quarter section sS towu'hip u, Francis W. lliggin..W. D. Rutherlcrd "77kCentra! .\ tw. J 1..f Ofl ."
this
range 2t, thence south 360 feet west 363 feet George Mc\\barter. Mrs. Minnie B. located in the city Ocala m the essat 1
Sol for irt staple. morning. The weather was pleasant ABOLITIONIST norttt 360 feet. east 363 feet. Caldwell and James Caldwell Marion and sate of c 1m nmiplud s4. 1

SCOTT fc BOWNK Chemists, And the crowds along the route greeted AND AUTHOR. the The issuance said land ot such being certificate asvefted in at the the name date of of George Caldwell. Joe Caldwell, all Slates the provisions required to ot Decompiled Flond ute with of the .

-Ia r-I It. New York. their majesties with continus cheer. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re Defendants. association shall be authomed .. I
'-V IG'o ..4 I'-; all drugpl&GUS" ing. At Ektreme Age of Ninty-Three Well deemed according to law. tax: deed will is>ueshereonon business of Banking to .

the 31st day of August A. D 1903. IT IS ORDERED THAT TIlE DEFENDANTS Now therelore. I, William B Ridgtey
The king, who wore a field marshal's Known Kentuckian, Who Has Figured Witness my official signature and seal this the this cause, John 0 Caldwell J. Edward troller of the currency do hire iy certify cr
IJth day of Ju'y! A. I). 1903. Caldnell. Elizabeth 1) Gibson and A J. Gibson, "The Central National! t
uniform received in the throne room, In Many Sensational Episodes s. T. SISTRUNT: Mrs Maggie Higgins a. d Francis W. Higgins in the city of Ocala. In Bnl" 01,U. 1
a large number of 7 17 Clerk Circuit Court Mknon Co. Fla. W. D. Rutherford, George :McWharter Mrs state of Florida. is authorized to
deputations connnmwiB
tONG SUICIDE prior to
Is at Deatn'e Door. Minnie B Caldwell and James Caldweil George business of
the levee, which opened at noon. Caldwell Joe Caldwell be and they are hereby one BnUII sixty a provided nine in secilM tfty- J

Many addresses Lexington NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP AT DEFU- required to appear to the bill of complaint in Statutes oi the United states 0 tit a
WJ: KMWA Georgian Takes Life at of welcome were Ky., July 23.-A telephone said cause on or before In
testimony whereof witness
Kimball! House. presented. The king in reply said message from Richmond, KY1 NIAK SPRINGS. Mondav. the jtddayf An\\)..-t. ..4. D. /yaj. seal of office this ninth day ol June my i he.

Atlanta, July 3W. A. Long, there was no part of his dominion from his attending physician says thai It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe 619 [SEAL] WM B. KIUGKLV.
published week tor four ComptrLlleroftheC rre ef.NOTICk. .
once
a consecutive
bon throughout Georgia and the5.gbbodnj in which he took greater Interest than General Casips M. Clay, ambassador O N ArGUVT ?TH AND 8TH THERE WILL weeks in the Ocala aanner.Thisthe3othdavof .
be held 10 office in Ocala a
.tatts as "Gus" Long was In Ireland. The queen and himself! t.) Russia under Lincoln, abolition examination for my the scholarship at competive DtFmiakriprrngs. June. A. D., iso.,.
S T.
sibTRUXK. Clerk Circuit Court.R.
It f\IlG4: deal in a room at the Kimball had long been in sympathy with themovements and author, is dying at his home at Florida The btneficienl will receive E. Davis, Ccropl'ts' I'r. 73 .
flOG a year :n eight cash payments for two -
; c.. this corning. He had Just re- tending to advance the social Whitehall at the extreme age o 93. 3 ears

f iarse..I from Warm Springs, where he and material well-being of the The physician gays he cannot live 24 The scholarship is open to any one man or NOTICE. :Notice Application fo-f Tax Deed .r.
:Marion
woman in comity between the ages of tiou g Chapter 4V>*, Law of Hlori* .
),a4 been fur the benefit if his! health. community and they hoped now to become hcurs at most and that he is gradually eighteen and twenty fi\e of good moral char-
acter. \\'. D Cam. VOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN THAT K. B.
He registered at tUe Kimball last acquainted with the conditon sinking.His 7-17 Supt. ol Schools. :Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec A1 Turner purchaser of Tai Certificate S.

ltt! &n4 .&s ghen a room. There under which the peo?*? lived and to children are all at his bedside tion 8 of Chapter 4SSS Laws of Flcnda. bled 2207. said dated certificate the 4th day of Apnl. A. D. 189!,
in office Mfa
TII DO rt!j-onse to the call boy'E loam what could be done to brightentho i. Some of them have not been in theii EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND VOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT Z. C application for tax deed my to iwue, aD.1.

and lot of the poor. father's house or *.* Cbambht-s purchaser of Tax Certificate No. with law. Said certificate embrace
:tJji this' morning an Investigation seen nlm In years tle
The OTHERS. 1172 dated the 3rd day of April.A. I).. 1893. and ing described proper.y wtmted )ara
developed the fact that Mr. Long queen, after presenting bade because of his peculiar hallucinatioa Certificate 1401, dated August 7Sy), has filed county. Flonda.tow it. W7&) :

\ TU dead. The cause of his death to the jubilee nurses, drove to Alexander that they were In a vendetta worn to NOTICE. HREBGl"EXTO.LLCRED distnbutees and all persons- said certificates for tax iu deed my office.to issue and has in accordance made application half South of north half 01 half north of nurthwnt west quarter ...

. It bat how It is believed histieiUi college.! In the meanwhile King kill him. Clay was one of the moat having Claims or demands against the estate of with law. Said certificates embrace the following 3 acres square in northeast coJ&r QUr ul.
} d ward held levee ChARLES E ABSOX. deceased that they and described property situated in Marion townuhip 17. range 2 M
vii guIcIUo. a at the castle, picturesque figures in American politics each of them are called upou and required to couutyj Honda to-uit: West half of northwest The said land being assessed at the dole

sear the bed on which the dead manu which! was attended t>y a great number in the sixties.: His home al present their claims against the said estate to quarter of ot southwest quarter and east halt of the i issuance ol such certificate in the MM f
the undesigned as eat-cutorof the lpst will and Dr. h. C. Hood sr Unless said
r northwest of southwest section eertMfMt
of quarter quarter
found was a note addressed tc prominent poople from all parts Whitehall has been guarded by armed testament ol Ch
Tte Pre4The note said: cf Ireland. In the vicinity of the castle men. A loaded cannon sits in his hallwty two otherwisethe years from this.date, as required by law, The said land being assessed at the date of the will issue thereon ou the nth day 0 Jmry .
same ill be forever barred.tD issuance of such certificates in the name ol '9S- .
till myself to pay my debts." the streets were packed with peo- and his room is a veritable arsenal \\. HOLDER, party unknown and J. V. Burke. Unless said Witness my official signature aid teal
Fie] and Executor of last will and testament of CharlesE certificates shall be redeemed the ieth day ot June. 1.). .
Xetr this note was another addresstJ presented a brilliant appearance gathered for the purpose ol Abson deceased. according to law. 1903.
tax deed will issue thereon on the 3tst day ol r [SEAL] S. T, TSISTRUI
to members of his family and an owing to the passing and repass- repelling an auack of an imaginary Ocala Fla.. July loth A. D. 1903. 7-lo-Et July. A. D. 1903. 6-19 Clerk Circuit (Court Manoa el, .

to Hartley & Brandon, the ua in; of hundreds of court and military 'ldetta. Witness my official signature and seal this
:l'r
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the 2jrd day of June, A. D. '903.S. ----
lUkerl. officials in full uniform. After the LATKK.Oen. .
T. SISTRCKK. NOTICE
There was no evidence of gutterinsbout levee the king went to the vice regal Clay died at 9O Wednesdayuight. 6 26 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

the dead man and the manner: lodge where he was joined by the .
a Office of H. M' Long Chairman. Board of )
fit which he died is not known. queen. i County ComlUis.ioDers. Marion Co| Fla. V NOTICE. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth J..

MauJe Gonne Mrs. McBriue LYNCHED BY NEGRO POSSE. Manel: Fla..July 9th) ,, 1903 INOTICE cuitof Florida, in end for :'Iar .
)
GUI Long was known to more peer hung
back To All To Whom It !lay Com ern: Narassa \\'tight. v. S. C wIT *(

y'4: prob&My. than any man of his: A flag outside her residence yesterday Had Criminally Assaulted SEALED BIDS VUU. BE RECEIVED TO Notice ol Application for Tax Deed Under Section Is ORDERED
Wo
Negro THAT THE
lt In Atlanta. Fur many years hvu in memory of the pope. It was coochee her a steel bndge across the ithla- 8. Chapter 4SS\ Laws 01 FlondaTQTICE : C Wright. and he u hereby OHEKIHVT rcqw i.,
near Xinnnellon P a., together ,
man.
with the largest retail dry goods pulled down by the police whereupon with plans and specifications: said bridge to be \ IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT appear tn the bill of complaint in tab ,.

in the city and numbered hU Maude Gonne, supported by lady Jacksonville, Fla, July 21.-A negro erected west of and as near the railroad bridgeas 1Chailes V. Miller purchaser ot taxcerti6- &Mi>n Iriie I "ft.
practicable. Also sealed bids for widening cotta numbers 1515 dated Apnl 5th. A I) it>92:: It further
friend 101 customers by the thou friends, hung out anoter black flag tramp by the name of Adams was draw in oM bridge from 34 feet to 50 fret with 1824 and 1835 dated August ;th. A D. 1899. and L be published is once a week that for a copy eight of ci t..

Kill. He at one time left the drj and armed themselves with pokers lynched by negroes Saturday night in plans awl to be specifications delivered said bids and specifications A certificates D. 1900, has 1265.filed 1275 said and certificates 1826. dated in August my oaSes 6th:, weeks in the Ocala Banner. I
H.
in to W.
person Long This the 25th day of A. D. 8.
May,
pods business and entered into anesterprU and boiling water, defying the police Santa Fe swamp near Lake Butler. July Jh, Kpj. at Dunnellon, FloridaThe and has made application for tax: deed to issue [SEAL] s. T. SIVTRPNK.l
who Ihe right to reject or all bids is reserved.H in accordance with law. said certificates em-
had any
summoned reinforcements but negro assaulted
of hU awn, but finally left ; a negro W. LONG lh irmanS7' brace the following described property situated ClerkSv'ssit
that and returned to the dry goods they made no further attempts to haul "O13n .by the name of -Martha Jones, 3t GSSQBd' Co. Corns, Marion Co., Fla in Marion county. Florida, toit: West half H. W. By H.C.S. T CM.jye.

down the flag which was again displayed a few days: previously. The crimea ot northeast quarter section n, southwest quarter -: CHASDLE.s .
mdt. He recently went for a vaca -- of northeast quarter section 2, west half of 5

'" tloa to Warm Springs and had jostTftarae1 t today. was most brutal one, and it is NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. southeast quarter quarter and southeast!section 9.quarter north half of southeast of southeast -. -\ -

from that pace. ttiuht the woman will die. quarter and southwest of northeast quarter of NOTICE

JAS. McNEAL WHISTLER BURIED. Negro men in Bradford county gath-- section 4,southwest quarter of southeastqtiarter
)fr. Long was a prominent Knight NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN THAT CX of section IS. northwest quarter of section 4, all

of PjrtMu, and took a great interest ---.--- ercj anj hunted Adams down. Satur- by virtue of a final decree enteredon in township 16 range iS. Notice Application for Tn Deed.u 4 r
Interment (. thei7th.dayof July A. D by the Hon. The aid land being assessed at tie date ofthe M
In Burial Plot :.3Jafternoon 1903
Family at : they found the tion Sof
ta that order. negro W. t>. Bullock.,judge of the circuit court ot the issuance ol such certificate in the names of Chapter 4SS8. Laws of .

He us a brother-in-law of E. H Chiswick Church. in Santa Fe swamp and lynched him. fth Judicial circuit of Florida Marion county.ia Richard A. Corning. CV.. McLean. T. W. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT f H**,

Cirroft. the wholesale wine merchantof t London, July 23.-The body of Jas Nat a while man was present and .. chancery Charles in a certain cause therein pendingher.u Hood, J. F. ChamohiS Unknown and A. D. Mc- 1. Wesley Quick purchaser of Tax ( nltfcili
S. Shooter Kee.
is complainant and :\0. 2469. dated the 3rd day of (October tt.
A.
Marietta street McNelll \Vilstler. the American artlsl tht lynching was systematically eon- tiuiua I/mg stonewall Long and J. H. Hicksare Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Ih98. has filed said certificate in rav mice
defendants. The undersigned special master according to la w. tax deed will i'*ue thertoo on has made for .
who died July 17, was interred tnte tacted. There was no disorder what. application tax deed t*
in chancery named and appointed in said the nth day of August A. D. 1903. accordance with law Said certificate '.

BOOM AT ST. AUGUSTINE. morning in theamlly burial plot In -ever. While tie body was swinging final decree lo execute the same will, on Witness my official signature and seal this the following described property stimi_

Monday jht 7/" day 4. I.). the 2nd day of July A D. 190 Marion county. Honda
the old church at Chiswick. from a limb! muiy: negroes pulled out SfpUmter 1903. S T.MSTRrSK.: South half of t"1
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m., and 2 Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla eN quarter tiM t
The funeral services heM al their pocket knives 7.10 Clerk ot
northeast
were and quarter
literally slash. I
'Additional Contracts Ir'Sure Continued I o'clock p. m., in frontofthe south door of the quarter. section M, .

Activity in Construction Chelsea tn the old church, where be .*1 the body to pieces. Over one hun. court house in Ocala. :Marion county. Fbnda. shin The 16 said, range23.land being '
otferfor1 lile. and will 'll to the and a.at ti
s< highest
St. Augustine, Fla., July 21-While t cften went with his mother when *hTIJ firedcuts were shown on the body beat bidder for cash. the mortgaged premises NOTICE. the Arthur issuance Tible of such Unless certificate in .."r ,

allv! *. There were serif or the dead mentioned and described in said final decree said certificate .he '
tit long of the hammer an:! twheard k : : no negro which presented a to wit: redeemed Irrdorto law. tax dctd

la every part of the city, an;: a* tbe cuse. The coffin, which was horrible' sight. Fractional block numbered 13 of Cline's ad Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section thereon Witness on the official L'ith day of July.! A. U 4*}-u

every buiiJing! contractor has hl- 'orored with a purple paIl, was carried Sheriff Johns, of H.- dfod county. dition record to iu the flat city book pf Ucala."A," page according 5S.in the to office plat on of S, Chapter 4SM! Laus of Honda. dav of my June 1 D sign-'tarc i 3 cud aval tkw15th .

hbd full), it was feared( that the I to 'r'-c church, followed by the borarary baa gone to the scene. but it is not the clerk of the circuit com. same being in the VOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN THAT E. 0 [SEALI] T. SlsTBUMC,
,
6-19 Clerk Circuit
tak.certificate No Court
of
northeast quarter ol the northwest quarter of Cordrey, purchaser ManonJ Com*?, ft*
unit lull in building operations Tumid '> pallbearers and relatives OEfoo thought that there will be any arrests. section It>. in township" south range 22 east, 1526 dated the 1st july. A. I). 1901 baa filed
*. The pallbearers Sir Jame The coroner's Inquest and of said certificate in my office:, and has made application -
come u soon as the work in progress : were returned the cus- containing i-ioo an acre. King and being S
for tax died to issue in accordance
-Marion SPECIAL
an countx Florida. much MASTER'S
or so : SALE.
ii b!'. ed. The indications now zrt! ',Ou'nne. president of the Royal Scot lomary verdict-came to death from thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy saiddecree with law. Said certificate embraces the follow-

that every mechanic will be in de- tl.*i academy! ; Charles Freer, GeorgeW the and. of parties unknown. and,costs. ing. Florida.described to-wit property: Northeast situated quarter in Marion of northeast county
724-03 T. E. BIGGS.
"XDERXD
Biad until late in the fall, EJmJnsteift Vanderbilf Edwin A. Abbey, John Special Master. quarter section 9 northwest quarter of V decree BY on VIRTUE the joth d 01 of A "N
rend.r
BrajJon hire just secured the coutnct I :L?vt''y. of the Royal Scottish acadeTT PANIC ON SUBURBAN TRAIN. northwest 15. range 24 quarter of section 10, all in township D 1903. by W. S Bullock iitdcr u/tto
Circuit Court of
-. and'Theodore Duerot, all personal NOTICES The said laud being assessed at the date of the Fifth Judicial Cir..t
for building a two-story brick I Florida. in and lor Marion
I Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Road the issuance of such certificate in the name of county i. c. a
'fT':" d3 of the t1 -eased. The rela I in a certain cause pending in said ,
b'ock and four dwellings for Bernari Has Wreck. Unknown Unless said certificate shall be re \\'. W -i f,
i Clyatt was comnUinaot aud .
51ttl'l. ,r-y. -rs<>nt !Included the Misses Ber S of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec deemed according to law tax deed will issuethereon dersetal. were defendants in which I AM! t
Chicago, July 22.-one person was : on the mil day of Augc-t. A. D. 1903. :
; Tne old Beret residence, a coqn'.ns TnitVriilip.. :M. P"ip:: and L. Philip.TV tion 6, of Chapter. 4888, I.awsof Florida. Witness m v official signature and seal this the cree I, L S. Heck w'is appointed special _
seriously injured and a hundred others to execute the same, I witloii
I Cecil I.awson11': and W IIIRIBGI'EX THAT LUIGI 4tbdayot JuH 0\. I.).
4 ,and :Mrs. NOTICE
structure, at the corner of St. GeorgE were thrown into a panic by the purchaser of Tax certificate No.UH6 1903.S.. SlsTRUNK .'I".Jah t/t),d daj u/4ig.i4 A. I". ,

and Cuna streets, will be torn down Mrs. Charier Whlbley and E win wrecking of a suburban train on the ,.daled the 3rd day of October. A. I). 1893. 7-10 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Ha. that being a I.gal.lc d,v oe aid eaps.
; Goodwin. In spite cf the fact that noiTnotinrement has filed sud certificate in my office and has sale and 'iI,1 at public .tut ma t .
aid the! brick block will be built <
new Cnicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad made application for tax deed to issue in accor highest and bidder tot c* h. ia rnwlaf
sa the site. It will be modern ]r of the funeral was at Forty-Seventh street today. dance \\uh law. Said certificate embraces the NOTICE. court house dour in Octla. Florid .*Ma rihr ;;
lolkmine described property situitert in .MarKM legal hours of sale, the
ofre'1lt'1pect. and the lower floor wil;. tcade in the London papers, distinguished :Flonda. to south half of I following .
Miss Kate Meinard, a passenger, was county. Wit southwest -- premises King and heicg .,'
of the deceased quarter section 15 township | Flonda. .t "
be devote to stores. The dwelling!! friends 15 range 21. county. town
internally injured. The wreck Notice of Application for Tax Peed Under sec ;
was Theoaid land assessed the
being at dar cf Lt one (i) of block acveutytiuee I73)of) -
wIn be neat two-story cottages;, and I crowded the church. Beautiful floral caused by a hea3on:! collision. The the:issuance of such certificate in the name of tion 1'. Chapter 4"-3, Laws of Florida survey ot the lown now citv of flMt*,

wi Hi: be built: on the site. It will be wreaths: were received from Messrs.Vanderbllt. HiiinngX and I Co. Unless said certificate OTICE !:; HEREBY GIVEN THAT CAMP Florida: and also a strip of Lund MUM4tMladjoining / i.
forward car was telescoped and caught shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed the lot .
l"hi>sphale Co porchaser of tax certificate 81 on the ea t a rMiEt
modern in every respect and the low Alma Taema and Freer fijp and was burned.Judge"Ragsdale. mil issue thereon on the 2Hh day of August, A. I :\0.114;. dated the l-l Cay of July. A. D. 1901 the entire length of the said l ..Mi

4 r floor will be devoted to stores. The as :well as from the art societies. D ae., has filed aid certificate in my office. and has; south.and being thirty five wi :
\\itne-s official and seal thereof .
my signature thistle as ill satisfy Rid
made application for tax deed to issue in accordance .
dwelling will be neat twotory cot Dead. iift day of julj', A I). 1903. with law. Said certificate embiaces the L.e. :.

tifei EXPEDITION A FAILURE. s. T. SISTRCXK. following described property situated in Marion I Special !olute in 8 I.
and will be located on Charlotte Atlanta, July 23.-Judge William M. 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. count. Ilorida. to ..-it. West half of southwest W. K. Zewadski Cmpl''s S'r. -

lad Cuna streets. The contractor! quarter, !action 21 township 15 range 19
Ragsdale ordinary of DeKalb
count The said land < ,, t'd at the date of
as*
*!'ll be unable this work for Attempt to Explore Course of Blue! being >
to begin and one of the most prominent and NOTICE the issuance of such certificate in the name of: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

levers weeks as they have a doze Nile Disastrous. party unknown Unless said certificate shall beredeemed
Influential citizens of that section
died according to law tax deed will issue
otter bulliings! in course of erection. yesterday afternoon at 12:30 thereon ou the nth day of August. A.D. 1903.
otthe o'cloci
Aden, Arabia., July 23.-Details! Notice Application for Tax Teed Under Section Department of the Interior
|U 4
Witness my official signature and seal this the at
failure of the expedition headed at his residence on Church street, g, of Chapter 4Sss, Laws of Florida. 4th day of July. A. D. 1003. GaineS'ie. Fla., June *yth., iy 0*.

WRECKERS UNFOLD SCHEME. fcy W. X. MacMillan! of St. Louis, Mo Decatur, Ga. The death of Judge NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS. ST. SISTRrXK.7to IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Ea. NOTICE 'R
l which was fitted out to explore the P.agsdaJe is said to have been due U tooo dated the 6th day of August. A. D. 1900. named settler baa 61 m
Intended To Murder Passengers Whc has filed said certificate in office, and has his intention to make final proof '.
my
the Blue Nile! with the view nervous prostration, a general breakdown his '
roaree of claim and thu said win .
Eicaped from Wreck. made application: for tax deed to issue in accordance NOTICE. proof .
of ascertaining! its navigability as a superinduced by over work. HE with law. said certificate embracesthe fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ucala. .. MIAngit
Roanoke Va., July "23.-DetfcdveUiim ; following described situated in Ilk
property /
central was taken ill four weeks and I fujtviz
trade route from Abyssinia to ago
Flonda to-wit.
Marion county. southwest
G. Baldin of Roanoke, Monday the Mediterranean say that it started was at once confined to his bed. His quarter of the northeast quarter section 19 Notice of Election of CtmetFarm Special Tax: I Hd.: 27747 OLIVER for !oIORP norhet of i-1e.H*5..

tight, arrested James W. Bailey township 17. range 13. School District. : of qant f
condition had been considered west quarter section
184 down the river in iron punts, and that serious The said land being assessed at the date of 9 townohip j *Mth
John W. Kenedy near Shenandoah V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT ANiN range to.east.
since! that time. the issuance of such certificate in the name of
the rapids between He names the following
while passing precipitous election will be held at the Gnner Farm I kfa
Charged wltn-
with! wrecking Norfolk and I Unknown.: Unless said certificate shall be redeemed continuous residence .
Florida iC
school house Marion county. ,
cliffs the punts containinghalf according to law. tax deed will issue aunngthe
Western passenger train near Greenni.05 Strike .Austro-Hunganan Road. hours of o'clock and sundown on said land, viz: Randopb Feaster,
their total stores struck on the on thereon on the 2Mb day of August, A. D. 1903.Titne as. B F. e Lee. an .,
the night of Dec. 28 last whet Budapest July 22.About 1,400 em- \ !' my official signature and seal this the Monday, A U'Jii't i, A. D. /?*], ton, Fla. je G. ROIilNfcON.
: rocks and sank. list day of July A. D. 1903. for the purpose of electiug three trustees of r 73 .
I' Engineeresll'Y Bailey was killed. The occupants swam ashore and ployes of the maeh1neshops of the Au- I;. T. SISTRCXK.: above named special tax school district. and to RegMw.

The meD had a hearing yesterday State railroad at Anina 7 24 CJek Circuit Court Manon Co. Fla. fix the rate of millage to assessed and cot.iccica --
encamped. A hurricane stro-IIungarian _L H_ .L_ ___" __m'__ ..__ _____.
Jfe the entire party lor inc neaL CUSluug: ivtujcaia.Qualified
ded guilty and were sent to SUun here struck Three thousand coal 1 electors at said election are all registered NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
too Jail! swept the gorge on the following and qualified voters cf said district TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
without bond. They are :miners and foundry employes; ia the NOTICE.:
charged night and further damaged the who pay a tax on real or personal property
with murder. district also will go ont therein.
I, eqnipment MacMillan will try again have been appointed IS GIVEN THAT Off
The :tollowing
a NOTICE HEREB\
sworn confession they say the} Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under: SecItion persons A I). I wfD TI
man rsand clerk of said election:
Panned! with Mrs. Ellen Painter to nut year. __ Lightning Disfigures Clay Statue. S.of Chapter 4S6S. Laws of Florida. J. J.?LuSman. B. H. Leitner and W. P.Chalk- ply to Hon. Robert Bullock 1\J jMe It

wreck! the train and kill Lexington. Ky. July 3.-The head TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS. managers and C. M. Murphey clerk. and for Marion county State 0 1. at
any passen- DEATHS FROM LOCKJAW.Toy IN L.T. Burke. purchaser tax certifica No By order of the Beard of Public Instruction sis office in Ocala, in said county, ._
tell who might in the and arm of the statue of the Great this the 6th of A. D. authonzing me. guardian the e
death
escape 137. 1379 dated the I6t day ol July A D. 1<)01. day July. 1903. 8 o .
trwk. Only the Commoner, Henry Clay, in Lexington has filed said certificates in my office; and has Attest: G. S. SCOTT, WILLIAM PRESTON HOLLY sell at **
engineer was killed Pistol Claims Many Victims In made application for tax deed to issue in accordance W. D. CARS, Chairman, sale the following property betonfiof ..i
Wd the plan for wholesale murder was Ohio. cemetery, were knocked off by lightning with law. Said certificate 6 embracethe i Secretary. 7-10 estate toWt South thre quarters of ...

Ibtl4oned. Cleveland last night and the monument :ww following described property tufted in of southeast quarter section 10, .
Cleveland O.. July 23.-Ten deaths Marion county Fla. to-wit. East half of north west quarter ot northwest quarter of w .
Mrt. otherwise and undivided half
disfigured.LAND interest ia
f Painter come from North Car- resulted from lockjaw in this halt of lot a. section 20. and southwest quarter NOTICE. I .
lave of
quarters southwest of aectioa
&lna tad will be arrested later. -.---- .....____...............___. ____ 00- except lot 13 Hyde Park section 21 all in town- north half of qllane quarter of e.'th14quarter it.
city since July 4, the latest victim being ship 15. range 22. The said land being ateessad of section and southwest

$1OOOi1ore Joseph Staski. He 3ied as a resell AT PUBLIC SALE. at the the name date of of Unknown the issuance and of Laurence such certificates Huebneirnless in-. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO W. D. northeast furte 15.of northeast quarter qo.tir of .I
U Cremated. ii Morton and all persons interested that a tion 15. all south sat
ij
township range
II aj ,
wound received in said certificate shall be redeemed according -
of a slight suit has been instituted in the county judgescourt containing 2sO acres more or lying ta
f !LwlngtOB. Ky.. July 23.-Imp.Mirth.F July 4. to law, tax deed will issue tberon on the of Marion county, Flonda. by attachment ion county. Flonda. to le the bait X.M.
...... handling a toy pistol -t'oa; SALE AT PUBLIC: At"CTIOSH:6T: 2Mb day of August A. D. 1903. b lid 'er
F + John E. _I in favor of W. J. Chambers doing business terest of said minor .
Madden-s half of the
JluO.000 thor. c M) northwest quarter <%> of Witness official and seal this theamd
fatalities is probablynot my signature
"The list of under the style and name of the W, J. Chambers This of ALEX
i ijth day July HOLLY.
hbred section twenty-four (24)), township thirteen ((13)) ot s.D.
t J: ta.llloB.!! burned to day July 1903. Shoe on the 8th day of July.A. 193
: death in yet completed, said Dr. Friedrich, : south of range twenty(20)) east.situated in Mar S. T. SlsTRUNK. Company 717 Ci lihi .
BUU at Hamburg ion county. J-Tonda. The abort will Circuit Court : Co.Fla. D 1903.
Place property Clerk Marion
early -24
health department.'SIt ii : and all
wi head of the be sold to the bighest bidder for cash on And the said W. D. Morton persons .
aoraing. The barn was de- for tetanus to develop after inerested are hereby required to appear to said NOTICE.
I P 18d. possible 'Tvttdau Augrtrt( ix. 1803 action before the county judge at his office in
The
los will reach $200n ,- tie lapse of a month from the time Fairfield, Fla., at i o'clock p. m. and quit NOTICE. Ocala, Florida on Notice of Application for Tax D U.4tr ..

the wpund is inflicted." to claim its interest deed will*therein.executed JOSEPH bvthe Cnited:E. LEE States JIlllidall The ;1h dvy 1f cptelllher. A. D 1.03- S. Chapter 4Ss. Laws Florida.
will be in said cause in favorof
judgment given
7 24 Collector Internal Revenue. -\TOTICEISHEREBYGIVEXTHATF M.
Ship Crushed In State of Florida, County of:Marion District No. the said %V.J Chambers, Amount sought to 11' Brown. purchaser of tax ceruftcatc
Ice.
London Turkish Treasury Empty. Civil Action. be recovered $57 35 and costs of SUIt I 3463. dated the 1st day of July A D. .
July 23-The whaler Vega, Witness my hand a county and the I filed said certificate in my ofnce, aDd J Bit-In
t! which Nordenskjold Constantinople, July 23.-The emptiness NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL Mrs. T. J. Barnes vs. Clarence E. Tracey. seal of the said court on this the 5t day of July, application for tax: deed to issue in accot.

r th accomplished the Turkish is shown A. D. 903.. R.Bt"LLOK10 : with Uw Said certificate the f B..
of treasury
SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. CLARENCE E. TRACY DEFENDANT of tmbrce
; northaast passage, .Is reported by TO .- [seal] County Judge .trion ing described property ia Manoa
idz by the fact that the finance minister! all others whom it may concern you Flonda to-wit _
to : Orange tract
k4t. been crushed notified that a writ of Irant'hmenthas ty grove
In the are hereby .
WANTED-SEVERAL : PER- Silver Springs Park less
Des for several weeks been unsuccessfully issued in the above cause, and that I'DLTRIOt"S 3 fCt
snd to hue IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE beeD
founfier in :MelWlIe NOTICE SODS in tach state to The said land being it the date .f
1. ),[& endeavoring to pay a month'ssalary executor of the last will and your money in the hands ot the eleven years and with a large capital to call theixausiaceol .uchcerti6cats ia the aam' of
!. Line railroad has been
t After a difficult Jour- testament of JOHN A. COLE. deceased. will Atlantic Coast company
on
to the state officials who have and that unless before upon mercnants and agents tor successful and Unknown. t"ule: said certificate shaS b h
w JOO miles in open boats and the 25th dan of January A. D. 1904. garnesheed; before the4thduyofSeUtnetr you appear profitable line. Permanent engagement Weekly deemed according to law. tax d wl _
3nls tte only received one month's pay since make final settlement of his accounts and SAId court on or cash salary of $iS and traveling expenses thereon on the list day of 144.
ice apply
the crtw reached the A. D. Jfd3 advanced in cash each Witness official and seal taw Uc
ir March. It.c believed it will b. poe for final discharge. Such final settlement and and hotel bills week my signature
"tUeneiit and returned borne application to be made to the county Judge of judgment by default will be entered against Experience not essentiaL Mention 13th day of July, A. D. 1903.
h.. wee rltle to make a partial payment during Marion county, at Ocala. Florida you. MRS. THOS. J. BARNES ana ejclose self-addressed envelope. THElATIOSAl.3 '17 & T. SISTRUNK.
'' no easualtlea. Dearborn St. Chicago.iiK clerk ircuitCouzt. Manoa Co Fla.
: the next few day. 72469 J. M. UDDELL.iife8Mia 7 24 Plaintiff. .

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PAGE TWELVE THE OCALA BANNER


The Remarkable Business Career Firm.of a Southern :s!" "Ilt" t "111t1" "tlltr "4" "I t 1t1111rt11" " "t1" "tl" l "1t.!"X11,," " " " ". " "

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Mr.James Harvey Phillips, who is a- I ....
state manager of the Chattanooga r 1 ...
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Medicine Co., of Chattanooga., Tenn.,
and who ia the head of the Phillips ABE JAKE 5
-
Medicine Co.,of Tampa, is in the citya
guest of the Ocala Hou:.e.
The Chattanooga Xediciue Company -
TEA POT GROCERY
Is the largest of its kind in the

United !States and the pioneer of its I
...
class in the world. .. .
f ...
This large firm today occupies six ....
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large buildings for its executive man- f ......
ufacturing and advertising departments .....
...
in the cityf Chattanooga at .
the foot uf Lookout mountain, and ttdlr .-....-
maintains large warehouses and of-

fices at St. Louis, Mo.,and San Fran. E -- CANNED WISDOM -,--- .--.-, --. 3
cieco, California.
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The Chattauoogo Medicine Company
*
r --
...
is cue of the most complete bus -ice" .....
iness in the world and
organizations tld
IB today employing more than fire : 1 2. 3 J

hundred people in its laboratories and 1
....
--
offices in Chattanooga. ...
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The public and trade generally have a-- .....
.....
--
never heard of the manner in which
the Chattanooga Medicine Companycame f Everything in the shape of There are Brands, Trade Cheap Canned Goods fray ::

to buy the right to manufacture r Food that is sealed up in a tin quently found to be ::

M'Elree's Wine of Canlui. .- can is not necessarily of good Marks and Firrgs) HaDes) liquid; in plain terms, "water." -=

The Chattanooga Medicine Com quality. Canned Goods include that cover Canned foods Royal Scarlet Canned Goods -..
pany was incorporated by southern ::: "solid contain the :
are they
business men twenty five years ago. first second, and ever so many whicl always I of excellent o
-- d'f ) least possible liquid, and are
It has frequently been spoken of as -- gra quality I in things eatable --
-- there others therefore cheaper at higher --
the moat conservative house of its class Quality are __
tf OJ' prices.
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in the trade. --
-- ....
When Dr. McElree cane to the
-- --
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managers in 1880 asking them to -- .
--
undertake the manufacture and sale

of Wine of Cardui, he received the
OUR LEADING BRAND Of CANNED GOODS
reply: "We will only touch it on one

condition. Bring us 7,000 to 10,000 I .....
bottles of the medicine. We will .....
.....
place them with our customers to giveto

guttering ladies to be paid for only Is the ROYAL SACRLET "First and the title covers Food, Process .=.....
in case cures are Iltr tl'd. After that

experiment Seven thousand we will bottles talk ?o you.were" fur r and Can The contents consist invariably of First Quality of Foods, 3


nishfd company, and over to 6.5NJ the surprise reported of cures the, : freshly gathered and freshly prepared. All Vegetables and Fruits under ::

and .
voluntarily paid Jfor the medicine. -

servative. If the the policies growth have has been been rapid.con- E: this label are Hand Packed which means careful selection by experts :: .


in The an little up stairs business room conducted his year by at year Bret E-- and rejection of inferiors, which escape exclusion in machine making, -

steadily increased until it has come --
to Leone of the wonders of the advertising P- -.

world, placing its products -- -U......
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throughout Uncivilized --
globe. ----
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The Chattanooga Medicine Com I -4s
pany are the owner mid manufacturers =-- -II
-- -a@F
of three of the most widely
known products in the medicine

world.ThedfordV Black THE STAFF OF LIFE A
Draught which
.-ill....
.
has been a staple product with medicine i- -
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dealers since 1835. Wine of -- .-...
CarJui has been made the greatest .....
seller! in its class in the country by Ir--, -i-..

persistent advertising.Tnedford'g ::: There have been a All of our
Black Draught Stock :th -4
Medicine and Bronchorial has beenon I ---
the great many substitutes / 3
market for eight years and is :
universally: popular: where iti.s sold.j j OBELISKFLOUR
The Chattanooga Medicine Com- : for the good old _

pahy is at paying the rate out of money more than for SoO.OOO advertising :j== Staff of Life, but af; ._ _. I'' ,- I ,1{ r

per month and are using F/) i t-I I I 3
every legiti -1
mate means and modes of publicity. ..E ter all there is notlv '? ) I

This firm prints and distributes i in I ) Il

all portions of the United States and :f- ing so wholesome e i1J -4
Canada 18,000,000 of its Ladies' Birthday -
I Is made from the
Almanac uses signs in 10,000 fiouR /
streetcars in every state in the Union, f'I.
uses more than 10,000 newspapers inadvertising I,==. well made Bread T most carefully se* 3
its Wine of Cardui and _

sends mails.to its consumer through the I..== made from SELECT Always Reliable. lected and tested
every year more than 6,000,000 j -,
samples and booklets. The firm today .;
Wheat
is FLOUR 4
traveling salesmen in practically :
every state in the Union and bas a j a

complete force in Florida.Mr. :I -4....
Phillips says the trade in Florida .

is rapidly increasing on the pro : RECEIVED ONE CAR OF OBELISK FLOUR.
JUST
duct he sells, and the Chattanooga II I I .
* Medicine Company will ship into the ..... -
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state this -
;year something like$50,000
I -
worth of their products.Mr. r
i
Phillips has recently made a '--- ill4

complete trip through the state and I r
finds the merchants'and druggists ___ ....
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through the state ingood:: condition, ___ -ttt1I
financially, better;than [for severalyears. -


,He.is now covering this territorythoroughly I THE TEA POT GROCERY.
and has a competent force

of salesmen visiting every dealer in
this vicinity, and reports a splendidsale --
on his products])throughout Mar A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors. .'

Ion county. -- -till11II

Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood r --tIJill
by straining out impurities and tones -

up Drug the bladder StONe whole system.troubles.Cures Post* kidneyand Office m I I I:?i"S e e"e e e e e e 1e"e e e"1e e e e lle" e le"e le" "le e lle" e llle" "e"ale"e e e"le,l1.i I 4" "I"ll" ,A 1 4,.j I( ,i e e.e,e e,", e" "e



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