The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00237
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The paper "O f the People, tor the People and by the People."

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Priest for tie!'pa.-MDg Tuesday l before registered i at the Waldorf-Astoria on
'" Ocala {
Judge Robert Bullock resulted in a the l6th. They are having a most

r mistrial. The cage will be tried again delightful trip.

0 next week. ; Offers
-- Foley's Kidney Cure makes the diseiied '- I!

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Benton and lit. kidneys sound BO they will i
E eliminate the poisons from the blood. I iI
1 tie sou left Tuesday for a month'sstay I
Tile Largest Stocks
Poatoftlce Drug More. m
IN A BOX in the mountains of North Caro-
Mr. Jim mie P)oser has opened a Advance Styles
hna.V > hope that their outing will
I I:: === I in of
-- grocery one the stores in legal
I be delightful in every way. Modern MethodsCompetitive
E 5 If \'OUnut to write trice letter you can do it if you have I 'row on ht South) street. \V e hope he
nl a.utluuery., You're In a box if you haven't the and :
! paper :: )[r. J. R. Wellbtate agent for the will do a good business.
*:: J*|I..r U In a user Un if you buy it here. We have many styled :: Prices
I Singer stewing:s M chme Company
Messrs. D. E. Peacock & Co., who Quick Shipments
I' | was among the arrivals Tuesday.Mr. .
have been running a general: store on
Wells is a prominent member of
Magnolia Street in the old John McCarthy By Busy Merchants
the K. of P.
1 I store, Old out Tuesday look, TT7LO Bank With

E 1 f S. G. :Moyers wife and child, of stock and barrel to Mes-srs. J. A.
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p;. :::: Ocala, after a brief but pleasiut visitto Pittman & Son. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
I relatives, the family of Gen W. Mr. and Mrs. T. Hull ,*
-I II, C and daugbttr jt BANKERS .>c .<

1E Moyers, returned to their home Sun- Miss BfauUb, haye returned froma
Ocala Florida.
ai1ulu11uulIIIIII r day.-Gainesville :.Sun. visit to Gen! Springs, S. C., and ,

The Ocala Banner' WayneviIIe, N. C. and other places in : "!
industrial edition 2e $yf\ ;1i im. .s.f3n1

!!' !" 'IlllllllllllllulllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIII\' \' \. .. \. \. \' \ \ \. \. \ ; will give a thorough write-up of both states. They met a great many

all the principal places and industries :: Florida people and tht trip was a '''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''"," '' ,e.. .c"--.r .rlNTIMON0POLY .

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---- charming one.
in the county.

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"--n _'!.. I Mr. P. H. Gillen has returned from DRUG STORE
> Mrs. Clara Bum-ide, formerly
pop. Bambridge, Ga. He reports Bainbridge I t
ularly connected with the Marion I
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE I like all the border cities of E
County Hospital, bail returned from
Georgia as making wonderful pro- Medicine is one thing i that stands between life and deaih. y?.

& delightful summer outing physician writes a prescription that will do good if ,
He that you properly
gress. says: ex-Congressman pup -"
i i jj and good pure drugs used. We are now prepared Ail
I IIf Ben E. Ku eil is the piuaaN1'
: of Lee : contemplating
KungKwe, one Hong's assistants I
i I 1 tions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davis & Co., atM .Natr ::
at the Chiuee'-e has establishment! of a daily paper. '
laundry houses. It
I lID equally reliable i< worth your while to think eN tail

:' gone back to Jacksonville, Lee claim. i-ubject aud insist on your prescriptions beiug brought ...,. .... s'
you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or i iug that the pockets be wore were too Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss Mamie 11 nothing but the very best drugs that can be procured are methI
communicate with him. i I Taylor, Mr. Will Taylor and Mr.
leak on royalty : wide open at the top. I Full Line of Standard PateQt Medicines.
I IOiflc II I Jim Taylor have returned from a

!! :Mrs. Ethel C. Booie, formerly the month's outing at Seabreeze enjoyingits

': delightful oreez s, fishing and !
manager of the Montezuma hotel, is Our Line of '
BVU 0 Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala Fla. '
ISI : visiting in the city. Sue has leased ajj surf bathing. Toilet
i Soaps, Peraunjery} Fancy Stationery, Etc;

I hotel at Richmond, In Lake county, I II Mr. G. J. Strozier, of Oeklawaba, ?1 Cannot be surpassed j m central Florida, and ai"? priit-. we ....

near the great kaolin works. m only say that we ,standing Mn--tly to what .
I I was in the city \Vedueaday! on busi propose ; up our u+tte.l

UU- C.::AST2 2A1SIS Loal Siitor Mrs. Kate Taylor has returned from Rev -::tein'neyerisconducting, a revival nft:!. He has: deposed of his mercantile \\J I5i l indicates.

r.s --- Opehka, Ala., her old home, whtre meeting; at the Methodist church establishment to Mr. J. L. Gran- Elt l Give Us a Call,

1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. she has been for the summer. this week, aii.ted by Rev. Hendry,of thatu. Mr. G. is a popular young a PTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STO E.

I O.-?..-Rocl. lie cor. Gainesville man with all who Know: him and we pi
I I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green and Mr j J. W. CASTEL Prop.
I I' lC. predict for him a big success in his ,
I: )Ir. T. H. Snyder I I.* back! from New J. Sandford Bird* y have returned to
s business .
I I'I new venture.Mr.
I : Yoik. Montezuma, Ga.Mr. Mr.I and M!!.. Tow Johnson and !ffii: lijiillii L I5 B IkBjIJC'Iif"! gF"!!-: l'j

''i 1 i! FKtrtU bw a new -industry- -whale Capi. Reagan returned from StabrtezeWedueMlay \ R. .\. Burford, w bo, with Mr- ,
" I'i A.: S. J. McKinney, of Caudler, I
' ntetrhE. was among the prominent! visitors: to here for several weeks Burford, has been visiting in Washington h1 SQi10

" W. W.OtrlllIu it registered at the they have been enjo)leg life with the Annapolis: New York Niagara *
city Wednesday.
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t ,, tb.Oerla II.U""e. I "Ocala colouy Falls, and other placeof interest 'V./Sl Ci IIS.

t I Mr. E. B. Cason, agent of the Seaboard returned borne Wednesday( Mrs. -
Mr IV. K. Thrower Jr., wa among
t Trainma.ster C. W. Parham, of the
railroad Island Burford will in Ala. Nickel plated.
t at Grove visited remain Troy, ,
ktle'earrival+ TueUy.Mr Atlantic Coast Line with
headquarters .
r -- Ocaia Wednesday.Mrs. several weeks longer visiting relative Patent frainei.j .
r J. Burke. of Jacksonville, is in OcalA, after a short visit to his vy == y '. ;*:? -
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ttri.tetrl' at lb. Montezunm.Mr. D. E. Peacock left Wednesday family iu ibis city, returned to his -'PIam ?tui "*
; F. A. Teagu*, a prominent citizen
> -- for Hot Springs, Ark., where duties vesterd,'}.-Gainesville Sun. %}2 i8JSE : jfl with bee.
llIu.I of the A. C. L.,
barky ly, and hardwood man of Ocala, was at
9I she goes to join her husband. *.
t* fl.hlnc l horn for a few flay*. It seems to us that the duty of correcting the Brown House jecterday. Mr.

i Dr. to'. K.:-Tydiugs >is moving into the rebate evils and abuses Tea ut', being interested in hardwood Plain am!
e )Ir, M teurlew tirttuv4uud* a flying '
tltewsome residence" preparatory lies at the door of the railroad com forests of Alarhua couuty, n a frequent trimmed.OCHUFOHNIIUHESO..
p' obit lo DunnII Wednesday.Mr '
. --- enlarging, ; his duelling. misMOuers and not at the door of the visitor to the city.-Gainesville --
f Harry IiUr i I.. back from & -
members of couaress. Sun. .
: ,rot-loOl,1. vl..it to Kouth Carolina. | Mr. Mewmore, a.i,.taut electrician l

I!: under Mr. E. C. Bennett, now is in Dr. and Mrs. J. M. &&gletonliss - --- E. C. SMITH Prop
: )tr. J.Itou Six, of Jacksonville\ ,
rr !i temporary charge of the city electric Margaret Eagleton, 'Mrs. Mary Eagleton -
b et lting hi* Mister, Mr C. I. Grace.Mmr $15.00 -' -
r --- ------- 1 light phut. and Mrs. E. L. Carney returned
r *. Johnson, Hay, and Thagard/ THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.
from Lake Weir Tuesday on the belated -
Miss Lillie Bailey returned has

, 1tteorgtnlirnabiglumber- -- company. home from Seabreeze, after a two train. FOR THIS SIZE. (EXCLUSIVELY FOR'.3ALF.)
r Conductor left Tuesday for
weeks delightful; visit to her cousin, Tbe Allan tic Coast Line passenger 1 t Elgin or Waltham) TWENTIETH YEAR.
Iooeortwoday. outing at Seabreeze.
Irs. D. S. Woodrow.
train north bound was six hours late BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22, 1903. 'v,

: MM$ Tilli l'jle returned Tuesday OSS.f4 SEVEN FOUR-YEAR COURSES t
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Martin and Tuesday: andlr. and Mrs. J. M. -Agriculture, Chemistry, Civil
r from tilt "' *l. vUit in Asheville neenng, Mechanical Engineering, General N'lencp, Latin &('i....... f1MIi..
. Mrs. \\'. B. Fuller who have been Beuton and other puasvngers: : had a Two Yt'srs'Jun; iu )[t'cha'icrt". One jears'cour-ein Bu-mrMi erS IN j

. xc I enjoying a long visit to ::S Seabreeze returned good long wait. ralJby Typewriting. A preparatory course <>f one or two tnir*. sa .. i
. quired, for thosdesinngsuch A shirt ,. ,
Aohl..rlnU4| result of Kidney or preparatiou. t-our-- >f tt teerka" "
j I Tuesday.Mr. airs C. A. Liddou and two n Agriculture or Horticulture. Post-Graduate! c* are.iii> <>lfrr.-] j'_
II.oId" di*>f,1r by taking Foley's' younger The dormatories are under immediate f iiiMrurtor 1 :
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. X dneY ( ur.. l%...t<.lW<. Drug Store m J. M. Gates has been confined daughters returned fuessiay from make every effort to uilutf into the .sru'ltfUt-i a -.J'lnthi'h ImMto tntueutal btu i
(I Worthiugton springs. Miss lola md moral and phyi'Hl I velopnii-ut. Fine (i\tunt' 4 Mr, \V H. :'IIIlIl1. tor Melnto-h, infcrt tu his bed for several weeks and it is corrective gymnastics required of nil ,u.\.IIt"\ Fiti 1U..I.n buililinf. .*4Tl'ITIIIX
Miss Johnuie are visiting in Starke tirt rla=s f''IUipnlt'Dt.
thit he is
: Vro vi.it U fileuti Spring, regretted uukiug: only slow I
and will return SaturdayMr. lT"IXT: >. Ml I'lllR HI
r It improvement.
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. Mr, tltrvrv (Oark returned Wed- Mrs. \V. D. Samuel lUvila who is pro oil-
)lr.aud Graham who T. H- TALIAFERRO, C. E. Ph.D. President. i
'I" Uy fi bwiur.s to SaMl -
= .M a trip ueutly connected with the Florida
have been spending a short outing iu Lake City fla I

j taaaalt North Georgia aud North Carolina, Naval 1'ortS Company, is moving F1734GUARANTEED

: .. tdiu: \"t.r Ml Wednesday returned home Tuesday.M. iuto one of the T. H. Wallace cottages FOR 25 YEARS. n ---- i

rivnit ij ...\'t't'iil uitiutlu to {.':AwA in the fcecOud wara.

f ..... I... W. Wooding, temporarily'located J. A. PITTMAN & SON. !
Mrs. J. H. WEIHE
after Spencer: and two children FRED. G. B.
. 1. A, It Tuj4i, wife ud ou'rerlr at Ocala, spending Sunday ,

4# 'twa..t inn a ..Uut visit to Cm- with his:: family in this: city returnedto and her sisters: the MissesMole ; OCALA FLORIDA. 1
returned home WednedliY OCALA FLORIDA, ; tJ.
. fi.U Tu..ttry the City .t' tertlliy.-Gainesville
from South Carolina, where
they I
= be,4t, 1..1. botrl l. uuderguing suu. I Ab the result of a kind of family row l
have been spending several weeks '
" kl.Ih sad w ill .1"$ "? UN Il"'att'\.t' tea Mr. Jno. T. Lewis, merchant, ])Ot-: in Tuckertown l last Saturday night
most delightfully. Your NeighborSays 1
S te/lit' italat, __ moster, orange grower and allaroundman -- --- -- Henrietta Adams had 0. W. Ladson, 1f

41 7h'tlblau IIu11N' uf'Orala, of -Moss Bluff, represented his Dr. Walter Hood had a very thrill Isabella Laa aud Patsy Green

S at" rvlur 1 lu Ocalit Itiuaar, section in the brick city Tuesday. ing runaway Tuesday afternoon. He arrested on a charge of assault and you need new furniture in your home, and you know it los.
'ANN.IVs as well as neighbor does. Xow is there gavel j
managed the frightened animal most battery and tbey were tried before your any NqlM
ivolhns is to have one of the best I why you should not have it? If you think you know the nnrJl :
Will \'..* of IXutou I'laut, bkillfully and though going at a Justice Mathews Tuesday afternoon. I come and tell us, and we will show you that there it3 i abtolMirl :
j tq known baseball pitchers of the country furious rate of s t-ed soon quieted him The jury consisted of Messr C. H.I I foundation for We tit
aIu.nt ibv >ltitor to Ocaiarvrrtd no your reason. can out your hoMe .... ,

"rdtlwIyMG and a desirable man as athletic and brought him to a hall. Dame, D. A. Miller, W. B. Stevens, cellar to attic and make it have the appearance of a"I Ittnly '"
coach this Flaherty of the Chi ---- stead of jut a "place to Let us
year; stay. quote you price ou
J. 11//, \rrly b.. his Used /or Pnenmonia. C. A. Brown, John Nel on and J. J.
Americans.Miss .
-tIfIkJ. .Ub Lnu'lul"'f1 'hue cago Dr C. J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich., Tipton.

.."' Pauline Sullivan has returned says, "I have Used Foley's Honey and After hearing the evidence which FURNITURE OF 0LL KINDS.

Tar in three very severe cases of
t". front a two week's visit in Jacksonville pneu- was pretty "sulphurious" at times
.r.IIObt1 Ind Tir U |*tuliarlyrbrvuicitbnMut monia with good results in every
4". lur trouble where she has been visitingMiss e&.-* ." Refuse substitutes. Postoffice the jury discharged the trio.

tin I....Itlrrly' tore itroucbilb, I Mary DeCotted. Drug Store. m For a bilious attack take Chamberlain'

! ; +eearaLJ tlrulifblal) diMrrlsre. I ttomach and Liver Tablets and

,..,.. uUUiutt. 1' t,1fl lcn Drug MEK3HONE1MAR i FOLEBHONIYIARGurtfrf a quick cure is certain. For sale by J. A. PITTMAN & SON. 1

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m wcliUb-" .plot s j <.. PreYUta Pneumonia all druggists aud medicine dealers. m

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Ii,,t,,,1,n,,,,wlr, ,",11, iht1111 1 1t111! 1ii111111t11111P11it1! G I INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT I BEUEVIEW. I ORArfGE SPRINGS. I II I ..... -" --

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The weather the past two weeks hasheen The memorable event ofek tltr pasta I 1 T ark iM1nr .sf W sassy rw_
Approaching Wedding of Capt. W. A.
-I 1 extremely wroi. Considerable to many aaa the elo.ainf ett.t.1 Ihars w tst.tt re ,ar ....... -.

1rr Collier and Miss Hattie Mae thunder and lightening but not much cifres of the normal term. 1
ctrl pittrtlaal 1M ..... '.... .....
Porter of Ocala, Fla. rain.Mr. The norm literary *oeed h.tr rsrd.r- .l ft. Mat efy ......... ...f......

E SPECIAL OFFER a There will occur at Ocala, Fla., on 'I J. X. ahedd.-who ha* ben en 1 following: r-ro-rraoiaie to a gnetl .., &.rl ,.. ... .r. I,....... .

the 3uth of September one of tne j gaged} the Bellevie-v Trading Com hoar: i. ..,.". tall.e ...... a taw.,llpIN ..

.-.. -- most interesting weddings! that Tuscaioosa \ pany to buy up cotton has Un very 1. Vocal Duet........................... tk tw the "" '" ,.... ..
i Ii"s 1#1IeIN e wv.a.La .
-- society has been concerned Eucir rUI. Their cotton house beinga eta.. dse see atfehd .. ......
Stump Speetli. . ., ........_ h"ttt. ..
-....-. -- with in borne time. The contracting I busy place these days. !. lltdt.Mmtc. ...w' ." .. atatnat sloe __ ..

E OPEN ONLY 3- parties! will be Capt. W. A. Collier of Mr. Tom Mitchell, who bad the flirt" 01. I.rw. .ad _i.. o ..

this city and Miss Hattye Me Porter misfortune to bre. k bis right arm last 3. Composite Rotations..... IalnWe prtp rf ') t a, ."..
UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1903. I I week in the early! stage of the bail Ten Members of 8o i
ISTtj ty.
r of Ocala. The ceremony will of tart ... Sep r rn.WfI .1...... .
is able to be in the store part of 4. Rec.-The :3Iamac's DreamMK .
occur at the First Baptist church at ell ubderat rd .!!wNNrti '-"" ...... ..
y Edith B trdMusic. .
-- J ti- nine (o'clock in the evening and will the dy with hid arm in a sling.Mrs. ..a0ll W. ......+h fl lw.H" aa+tf _
5- THE WEEKLY 1 DC :a brilliant event ia O,-aia'a social 3Iitchell w slowly improvingfrom 5. Debate.-Resolved, that prtw ..1 l p...... .. .tG,4a .1 ...cauecatr ..... ..
1 I annaisTnscaloosa.. her recent illness.: ettort contributes inure to tight Ibat the rsitew ., lb. ..........

i is interested :Mr. Dan Syke and fear sisters have than talents and elreutnetabete Abe bw .
JJ deeply in to a 4. YesnIlitlllletld ..... "t .
OCALA moved to Belleview from Island combined ................... ....... .
; BANNER this affair. During her sojourn In ter I,.. ,.. .... 4
AtSrniative Two .
iieiibers te : 2
Tuscalo while the voice teacher Grove so that the younger girls can at.ttnd sleet .
y *a was I :\t'gau\"e-Two Members tee. 1. p11ee. atwrtvt sew a Awl

:: Until! January I, 1905, and either of the *t the Central Cclleg, :Miss; Porter the school I here, which opens 6. Clara Prophecy eMtetrMt ef tax .t.eeflfatTie. .. 1

made a bolt ot friends and admirers. next Monday. Repairs, which have Slis Blanche 8aket. ...... ef **c efl.**
E Urlow} mentioned for one ::
5- papers Abe U gifted with a u;>erb soprano been very much needed the past Address........... ......._....... t'agW tilt s_ .aesaa>, 1 J
from date of .Hon. _
subscription j
year C. L Blt1laetr.
now made.
year are being
voice, which has been beautifully cultivated bedtaq to/wt.ed list .
rJ 8. Farewell Address. ........ w .taa ws !
and which she delightfully. Mr. J. P.. :MeDougal, of the Stetson dna ..
maaages .. fcetoM .
::: ONLY $.1. .85 Prof. Brlai4e.
--- --- Her singing was the feature University was in town last! week 9. Song ......._....................... ,. .Uvtag MM Mitt '...... 'o _

--- --- of several noUble afairs here last visiting among the young; men. The numbers were splendidly rem* ()rqp... ......... valise aj j i

... --5wnitip year. But not alone: for her voice is Miss Bell etobel: returned from | Acted JIis: Biird's rendering UMJManiac's was u.w dap au. M4
ortseaeo cis
:: rekly Jacksonville Times-tnion. I
E Thricr.a-wrek: New York World. she admired in Tuscaloos! In addi- Clearwater Monday.: She: reports Dream was an elocutionarygem. part***... .art.. Ww1 It. I __ 1.

tion to personal beauty he bag the warmer weather there than at Belle- Her work in this line a* wellas trial;t w tw as .ltottaallwl
: Th Commoner =-
: [Bryan's paper]. -
The Weekly Toledo Blade [illustrated] :: most; fasciaatin maunera and is a view. in others is! of the highest order of wmtor 110 .w tl.utat. cud '.... ... ...

5- TV Semi-Weekly Atlanta Journal. splendid conversationalist she is so An ice cream and cake sale was excellence.The t ag UMtI e1iMt lit (a.n.11,4. eP

5-: The Weekly Atlanta Constitution. sweet and iovely in disposition, at the held in the town hall Tuesday evening subject of debate wa exhaustively 0..., wee iu cry etwith .zrtaas.rt>Nly

r- --5- same time displaying great force of to rare money for S stove for the handled by Mr. Xasb and M it; an ae e star*''
-- -- character that thos who knew: her Baptist church. A large crowd was Brown for the affirmative and J. 8. and UM fill saw h4 lot <*.*. i 1 s
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san admire and love her. Shell the in attendance. Brinson and Miss Bessie Baker for the than tkeir d ; TIME LIMIT.
daughter of a told Baptist divine Week before last: the Oxford base I(II regative. The latter were award near "d it'tWt' ihM '..Vba'ytrr.ll.

5- TV above clubbing proposition will positively and editor of the Florida Baptist ball team came up and after dinner j I the decision: of the judges. I Ua* ir*" who .i,4 e tDe rtlmia
::: b.* withdrawn on September lath and :::: at the '
Witness and: several other papers, played the Belleview After the society adjourned the ia bat week' pe.....
E abarription sent under this offer must be :::
:: accompanied by this advertisement. Old owing tt>ir success and power to his team and scored a big victory. The students gave a most enjoyable fags Why peaBie see... ,>h. ..... i

::: tub wnu-rs may renew under this proposition J efiorts.While. boys staid until a late hour in the well reception at the McBride House hood Uht to flu ait Uwrf .aa 141' tacan j

=-= by paving arrfarages which may exist. M heartily congratulatingCapt. evening and helped the girls eat ice This ended the fourth autvae.JaI dial ii ...,. u.... ..

-5 --5 Collier his friends can but feel cream and cake. The Belleview boys summer term of the Normal Instituteumier eudenlasd.
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he deserves some: such good fortune. be;!an to practice harder, and last Professor Bauson's Pvopl sailer
cyst ua.w et i.ea-w

Terms: Strictly Cash in Advance. He ia at the head of one of Ta-oi- Tuursday the married men--x-hall ment. The work accomplished her hood d Ha MM ......... ae4 at w t

--- --- lm& largest and most pro.perourhouses player*-met them on the diamond. has been of a very beneficial and for M" Wr ... wee ___ At 'I

THE BANNER Contains Twelve Pages Weekly, :-:: bl1 int"W the drug firm of W. r The"boys" beat them 17 to 3. About reaching character. In Prof. Brinsoo't .0.1'9reM1WNM. ttuu >rf ]tei -. i I

-5- C.emua{ of City News County News. State A. Collier s Jo., and IS at once a man I 15 minutes after the game started Mr. I I farewell address betook occasion to w. tat Met it r 1ta' t+tnlirar j

::: Meet, Telegraph News from Every Part of == greatly esteemed in business and uni.veria.Jy Tom Mitchell, in some unaccountable simply announce hit! candidacy of a i e
::: World Political News and Comment-5
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popular in society. There manner broke hw right: arm. Hewas superintendent of public instruction -
5-- Communications, Etc., Etc.
are few Tusraloosians can count to carried to Dr. Abshire's and Dr. for Marion county. *MffiUf I
S 5- -
.5.- 4.0DRES3; 1-- many god fri nd:!. He is an affable, Hood, of Ocala telephoned for and Among those who were hers aDd -- i

5-- pleasant aad whole Mmled gentleman, a.rrivedabout 5:39 to set the arm I connected with the normal dosing ra.-u. .
I' s tbet area ...e. 8|
The Banner Ocala of highest character and a force in which is doing nicely. The
florida I game were Hon. and Mrs. J. :M. Graham, QattorvUk Yaw HM*. kdtix tri

the community. He for several years went on minus Mr. Mitchell, their j I of Grahanmlle: ; J. Elbert elevens of batltet.

-- -- I was an alderman of the city and is crack pitcher. There ha*n't been BO Ft McCoy; Frank Baker of lalandGrove
I Care tlN-.n.. s tb ,+nMu a 111
-- I the president i for the third time uTuscaloosa's f many people in Belleview in a longtime ; ain and Frank Vaose, of
...,. Y..w flllt..' lbw .,..........
0- -- I street Fair. He is the as there was to that ball g Edear.: I

:7INUNI' "llilllUllllllllllllll1111&" " ,,, ,t t111l,.' "IlUllil, 11lII' ""l""j" '," ,'la i I! captain of the "Warrior Guards," Co. Waaou load after wagon load: of pretty me'l- Hon. C. L. Bittinger. proprietor of Velvet ...... f n gfailure t.rtiy ..... ,
Ie the .ypestlbae tr, u.. .... :_, :
I Ir j F, Jud: Regiment A. X. G. and no girls came from 12 until the game the Ocala Star, was a welcome VIMIOT I
sbiob tbteeteta 'tit a.iaF 'tJf> '..S
CRABS BEST JAYS. I r his lili. on bails. Hicfcman hit au luau iu he unuUry in more generally R-.J called at :;. : and flavored the audience with *n
I II .I Ii i cross a tt j.r v ttf.fta.tl,
I 1 I e-ujy fly tu pitcher, who nabbed it and i liJt..d than he. He is a prince of good 1 Mrs. Afcshire I left Sunday for a shortvisit eloquent address along edue iiuaal aiietwt.Mr. ;

[ threw to first, retiring Brown and 11 I fellows and is worthy the numerous with her daughter, Mrs. Wash ( lines. ,
fem-ie Teem Wiat a Ctcse and licit- I J. H. HfMMlt ...i ..wt making another double play. Patterson eangratulaUcns he ia -emmr: on Harrold! of Jacksonville.Mr. xorrs.
i..f Came From Jacksonville Taylor OOUIII). at darn i..a,-r I" .il j I j
was given a free psu:!, and every hand.-Tuacalausa(3ls.Ymrs: ) C. C. Collins, accompanied by Miss Maggie Sim, with two nephews I
A! /let I of ttt*-ni4 of three gamesIM1swl r0saab about tra 4ar H.* 'rm r 11
:Mitchell put out the side on a long fly Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain and son, and little niece arrived from
!+.i tfk* hall UHM of Tampa and I I .ly a bu.t.... ...... !
to center.In I Fred Chamberlain, of Bayonne, Charleston on Monday,and will .peitdsome
t-t ivtlfe set piajed at the Drivilllt I His Life Saved by Chamberlain'sColic N. J. Mr. H. B. Br'. Hiafvteltar nl 1.J.t..... itw'
pent Monday and Tuesday at time with her
the fourth Jacksonville fritter Mia.ic .
wear o>it Colera and Diarrhoea.
"a lieli.n lit.
.fltrlJ The iu wuwwaySi
(IWfc } *I..rby On.
quickly, only three B. L. Byer, a well known of the!Seminole. They comedown to look : Bride.Mrs. j t
very men facing cooper
.iatllt set. bid and, therefore, r. Brew ..... a --
the pitcher and none of them this town, says h bfehtves in Chats at the mine south of town that Mr. McDowell, sister of MJS. W. J I
goIn .
Mt*...d Mat wit&enl the game trip .0. UwfMf. ..11I:'... o.w j
b-rlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr Collins: has owned several jeanbut G. : is here she
Meggs ia
to first. In Tampa's half this visiting
......... It ra6rd bard before play hoea Remedynved his life last sum dayntfhi.Mi 1
l I
I hud not been worked for about from
.a MC."H1.Dd i a itteviy drizzle: tale wa.-i r [1tAkd. j WHo He bad been sick for a month Georgia. *. M. A. fir.... <>f < "-... .... J

1Mu t i it M a 10.e during Tampa': Yancy made a long hit to right for II with what the doctors called bilious: fire years. The Belleview people are Walter Lu1fmnnand family, of ing ratattvt* iu u.it 'fa- t-dt 1

bpi Jf ef th. nevtoth IbD ug. However, two bases in the fifth for the Jays, but dysentery, and could get nothing to: in hopes that it may be ,told and again :parr, spent a flow days outing b.C .I Mr. Barrel K t do him any good until he tried thisremedy. started up. '- last week. ,
... .'be i f..*.i the elements 1 saw the the next three men were retired, and I Olsiadt..rwt, were 'IM'I"I .at, q. j
It gave him immediate relief JILT May MacPhaul returned to
.._-ttasd mist eirtliu:; game! play. he wa left on aecond. The Crabs, I ," says B. T. Little, merchant, the ;G. A. L. office Tuesday, after a GRINER FARM. Sid ffiwa. w ..........!... .alt j

..N the O %)a diaaioad this seuion. however, were more fortunate i in Hancock, Md. For sale by all druggists aad '--'y. j
vacation of
six weeks spent in Tryon I
lath ...... vetFe in the contest to their half. Ilibinson via given a ba;-eon ana medicine dealers. m We lire baring fine weather for Mr. J.TIM'.... .J! -1,,,"t .ertiDOe !
X. C., and other places.
vim h *ia. pat their best men into balls, stole second and ecored the Notice JOSH. I saving bay which the farmers are doing he ttoilrrvill.l''''' 3 ra 'aMthe J

...... tad m the result hon'!, only run of the game on Hickman's To the Editor of tte Banner! :: Doctors Could Not Help Her. in large qaanities. .... wart. !

ti'. clot. *flbr<4 were called forth long hit to left for two ba.-es. As a last notice to those interested "I had kidney trouble for years," Our school house addition is Bearingcomphtiiin. Mr. Wi1Iia&u 1Mm. w.j '. v'. j

.lltmss J top awl quiek. accurate Neither side scored in the sixth and will hay that my cattle sale will take writer )Ir Raymond Connor. of I Lalanarevt4tud rwota!.' ,. .>,..a !

dates bf. ptafH-s oo both sides seventh inning, and the game was I place in Dunn's Park in Ocala next Shelton Wa h., "and the doctors School will open next Hood y oleo rwvf.trai ur 'lIIoa.I.Bnt' .- i j{

a5 ... 1 for nte-t from start to called in Tarn pa's half of the seventhon J I \Vednenlaj, r-ept. 9th, at one o'clock.I could not help me. I tried:: Foley's! September 7. A foil sueaod poe wdesired. C'W! i
Kidney Cure and the very first dose
..... account of rain. At this stage I am highly pleased with the goal!- gave me relief and 1 am now cured ; Th. eo&.rfatPIJj..ut III' i4f

JLtllwivi0e'w et fir>4 to bat. Duf- the game the Crabs had two men on j I ity of the staff to be sold. They are I cannot say too much for Foley's Mr. Connell of Anthony, spent Jicha at the !'fMitt.'tN' r \t j:

tf, the to: Mia up, popped up a fly ba-e,and two men out. iu good health, though not so fat as Kidney Cure. Po.-tofllce Dru? I Ittore. Sunday visiting at this place. "' token wf.a tu;...... .. ,

M sMn ... Ilil retired. Dingle These teams will play again today they should be to look their best: : _____ m I Mr. Henry Luifuian baw '.upl..1 I I 1'.0' lard .. 11'. r tsn -i i .* ft

plteied I a burl oo* over second for a abd tomorrow, anti we would tpeakfor They were raised in nearly the same More About Obstructions In the 1 his barn. :I and r.hr errs 1 f '" if-- -.

ttiM kit, ...1 lUll caught going tot them a good attendance.The p rallel of lit'n is ad Ocala: and bean;: Public Roads. I I Mr. Bufoid Leiintr t. reOuildiuf I\ j
To the Editor ot the Ocala Banner.
.tlrsd "1..8 smith hit into the score+ : well infested with ticks, prove them In reply to 3f r. Long I will say :I I his barn which the winds of 'tell t I 1 j

1IOraod. 5WhOll lapped the tall in OOOOuOO o j I I IJack'onvilf j, to t.e immune!to tick fever. Anyhow, thought it the duty of a road overseer March blew down Retoel Frets I.. .... t

Bets- of UK I.1 evt-ryoue is guaranteed to live. I Mr. Charlie Leilaer took in the .
i plate and was thrown out I Tampa 0000100 1 auestablished to keep the roads they \' picnic C W LUItl" j>G"rtrt j

at IN*. For in business, wild local interests e' at citra ;last Friday and ...
Tampa, Pattuon2a Batteries: Tampa, Hick ma a and I i charge. of in order without the farmers reportafine aatal bwifi,. < -.II.UI.! A '

ells a* a taww from catcher toM Robinson ; Jacksonville, Andenon I and will be right here at the baviug to notify then They are 'r time. "! know what it *a* .,- '" 1

Miiebtll tut a fly to short, andUNnrtuB \ and Wootten. I end of my guaranty, which is not the paid to keep them in order and if the j Miss Nannie Luffaian spent bat OMumlfta .1_t I n i MI I.

on bit to case with pa=ing cattle peddlers who week with relatives at Ft. '
a pitcher. : farmer has to go to the: trouble to King. tie of Bui'*r.1 l "IJ" i !

b J. aUViKe'fthaifi lit the second: White Springs in Fine Shape. i I skin: ail they cm out of a Male! and port every time the roads need r-I Mr. John Scarborough jot tafcinz bit pt1'r'NM' +i fr"m ttlrI.I.sot i I.-. .>' '*

then are out of the state and vacation at ailt .
IfHrttF.Wootteu. Guru and Yancy A private letter received from : gone. he &hould share the, overseer's salary I! Springs. emu retire t.-" hrf '. '*

worst Mired' iu one two, three order. White Springs yesterday says t he'L.I C. CHAMBLIiS. 1 don't know the number of this i; Mi&: Willie Murphy ;gave an km powd'ef myu.*. 1 *.. ..1.... irtrely.

I* '....a'd half Pratz went out on an -prings are now in fine s.hape for -Stomach-- --Tro--:-ble. I road, have forgotten; but it is called cream supper to a few of her friend* tiO '>. lu 'i* 'I' ,.

rave our to Anderson. Ruhlin hit drinking, bathing and boating the "I have been troubled with my the Ocala and Archer road and runsparallel last Wednesday night AU report a ... ... .... B.. at \1'> tt h'....
stoaiach for the four with the Blitchton and enjoyable tim .
the second stars .to
re1My over sack and made river having gone down so that it -
says D. 1.. Beach, of Clover ookFarw Milligan and ClitF Tbo-uas.of
wi..l wi aa error by Bryan. Chair does not interfere. .The letter ends Please, Mr. Editor, give this
Mats. "A few day space Anthony called
on the fair btJr-e
yh fa"ked and Robinson in sea Alt Seedily -- tNeeMM
went with "The Paxton House is still open ago I was induced to buy a box ofCbamberlliin' your paper. I
down when be bit to third and B. S. Rc aTF txas.: Sunday afternoon. Too bad, Jim, bewasn't 5+1ml1s11rt "anl y ,. "+ -" '" i
was to the public with good board, boats Stomach and Liver
flr Tablets. I Feet Swollen to at home. led Ibr MSoiM. "" :.." .0'
wr. at t. :and drinks at the same old price." have taken part of them Immense Size. Mr. Elmer Bop1M .
la the third and feel a great deal better." If you "I had kidney trouble so bad that CiPtof Ris-ltum**, ,..rt.. a& ]llhaafi.r..Ii anti w .....
inning The have become
Bryan hit toe springs quite popular
have trouble with J could not wore, J. J. of was a visitor here the first of tfc ..
any your stomach says Cox prb..l M tlM ttwwe __ ,..-.,. ..
jtrfer one bae. Anderson popup with Oealians for the past three try a box of these. tablets. You abe re Valley View, Ky., "my feet were w E'k. .,....... ,
tat a hi!;.;h one to the catcher.Dutfy years and The Paxton seems to certain to be pleased with the: result. swollen to immense size and I was NlGHTUXQALE.ft r.veNaw ertiwui "'jaad i
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hit to abort who threw Bryan their favorite stopping place. For sale by all druggists and medicine confined to my bed and physicians cure a cole in one day five iMtfMhMl peteuu-- <* 1

dealers were unable to give me relief. bests ill late. f "a r.rAkavelrel
ut at second, neeond throwing Du&yul m any Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
: )[y doctor finally prescribed Foley leti.a .1e ta1Mt "fIU''** "**** f'
( at ftn.t and completing a quick FOLEiSllON1LY'TA1k "TED-Goo..i Florida : druggists return! the m way
Seed fly .
Kidney Cure which made well .....
a 111 in if it miles to cure. E.:: W. Grny r' ,,M Ml a .Mee plneft -
d.QUct Brown *
j-lay. of Tampa, too Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumonia Ocala Seed Store. S-:Stf. of me.!' Postoffice Drug Store m signature is on each box.-3c bave a glen tbv

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:ii II, N() h -_- OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 1&03. DOLLAR .\ Z BAS,. 1i'.1'

;S2 MI. Lr.il Editor Mr. Ed. 0. Bennett, late electric I A Golf Party. FLORIDA'S ARE FINEST.

;;;=: ---- light 'riutcndent LEE MILLER
auj left Tuesday Friday afternoon from four to

,|IFf ENINGS ABOUT TOWN. fur Bristol, Tenu., where he will engage eight o'clock, Messrs. W. T. Wheeler, A Valuable Tribute to the Oranges

in the electrical supply buames-a. C. L. Anderson and E. L. Scott, I I of Our State. S. A. STANDLEY & CO. t

jtaMI *'* . are rapidly draw. Senator Brown'n hope of success .entertainud at a delightful golf! partyin I W. R. Fuller x Co. have just received

.. ...... will compliment to Miss Daisy gurney, the letter
give color to the rainbow. The following interesting
] of Suffolk, Va., and Mr. John Dunn Feed and Sale Stables
pr', n.l"'Nk I. back iroiu & IWleview News-Lettersayebe will go of Baltimore. from; one of the most prominent Livery ,

in humping on the first ballot. commission", men of Buffalo, N. Y.:
i4t'ep1 a at rabrrrze.pu"a The game of golf wa played until
I -- -- "I have just returned from a
Mrs. J. B. Hiers left six o'clock
Fernandiua when delicious
I Pt U Arm of I.urus k a supper month's trip to California and am in "We carry the most completeline i
Tuesday for Chester, t;. C., where she was served oa a large table under the
l1t.rt, M I la <>"*l* Monday. the harness once more. From present of Harness Saddles etc.
goes to join her mother, Mrs. Adin trees. By the time the moon and stars ,
i indications California will have
ne tla..' '.'" '. rt. lA>uit control i 11'atermanand hersisterMrs.W. '.. of the evening, both terrestrial and' in central Florida, and will give ,,
from twenty eight to thirty thousand
....taern-Ia, |i.|*ularity.Mr I Newsorn of this city. celestial, had came forth, making an the
our patrons
-- cars of oranges next season. The very

.. J. W. t'.,.by and daughter; .New Iii+1. ill I.atlif" Veils and ideal environment for such an occasion trees bloomed very late and have set: J prices. We are thoroughly

M M rB..l lruw White l'priugs. "'111"1:. !:<)c., :1lc. and 10<. heavily. The weather in the orange
'ach at the Ocala Bazaar After supper tbe crowd Rat out on i i I equipped for fitting out turpentine
districts has been unusually cold all
)(f. Huwiiry of the lluttenback ljud!' ou. one of the "greens" and enjoyed a I I and lumber teams gear r
tpricgand so far this summer, and
jai+$1 I plea.ut guest at the Ocala Mr. W. B. Conoley, of Envillt", very pleasant hour singing the popular 'ftt
at the present writing the oranges are wagons, etc.
.... -- Heruando, county, the owner of those songs! occasionally accompanied
than and
not larger green peas, unless
tM ynid.txr. of the tamps are fine trotting horses' wa a pleasant by the croaking of the frogs making
conditions change very much We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
I"-d" u Uh a haudnoiue ironlUUtrtovk visitor to O'ala Saturday.Mrs. thesecne more weird and entrancing.
I The weather became threatning so within the next ninety days, it will I Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm 1Vagttnc.

-- be impossible for them to ship !
and little
Rodgers I I
: North fide Court IIou-o. Ocala. I'la i
uf Floral' City, was delightfully I -
daughter left Sunday for & month'svisittorelatives !I merchantable fruit until after New

avtag )1iud*,'. arrival at theO Year's.
in Pensacola. Mr.lodgers .
I and Mrs. It. L. Anderson.
A Ilou.e.ne "Another matter I wi?h to dwell '
____ I will accompany them ao The guests were Misses Mary and

("otra1 National hank build i tar all Madison.If Rebecca Anderson, Miss Sue Barco, upon relative to California oranges in

general, and that is that they have VWm
t| b BOW luaklui; very rapid pro- constipated or bilious, call for Miss Daisy Nuruey, Miss Violet Bar-
not had an abundance of avatar for ij IMERCI L ociii.
r- -- Elaymon's Pills, and be certain our ri is, Mr. John Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. irrigating: purposes, and fertilize 1 l ,
clkrks give you the genuine Ramon'scomplete It L. Audersou.
yto( K tt Walker, of Jacksonville, treatment-25 doses i5c.Postoffke heavily, the fruit is of exceedinglycoarse

"rtetioc la Ocala, the guest of Miss Drug Store. m Money in Onions. nature, thick rind, pebbly sur- [Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
. Uia TbICaN.I Mr. Thos R. Gary, who has:: spent face, and what is worst of all it
Mr. Jake Gerig, who visited Jack I CAPITAL S5O.OOO
I -
I to become aweet. This is
several weeks on beautiful Lake never seems .
Iju-t' Curtain I ---
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\'tllI4'tl sonville Saturday, was accompaniedhome --- -
I .. Stock at Weir that Mr. C. H. Voorhees noticeably the case this season andaccounts
I ad I.-dlt.' Itl hop by Master Benuie Redding whois says
. tk t kala llutanr. (iaiKon.Mr.C. bought an island in the lake from in. a great measure for themiserable Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals solicited. '
here visiting his grandmother, Mrs.B. obtained. Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Bullock which before the prices they have
Judge on
Milllxau, an old patron .of N. Redding. Exchange Bought and Sold.
big freeze the judge: had a beautifuland Intelligent/. growers out there alwayssee
lira! &IIU", reprinted Daisy
- i i Hon. W. J. Chambers has returned bearing lemon the "hand writing on the wall"
11 bll Mont I), from New York Boston and other navel in the best
--- and Mr. Gary affirms that Mr. Voor- and bearing groves K
t i
n.l'b.mwl.... ale of tine cattle markets. He had a delightful trip. bees paid for the island the first yearn district can lie bought at :4 per cent

t! ..intk tu t-pm-h in stock growing Mrs. Chambers is i in Alabama and exclusively growing; onions. lens than two years ago, with prospects 1\

iI t1 riJ.. will net return in some weeks. Lust year :M r. Voorhees markettedone of going still lower by next -
-- thousand bushels:: oil of twelve winter. The fact is, Florida and JUST RECEIVED
MfZ.C. Cliauil'IKt continues to Mr. Edw. Holder has bought a
acres aud 1 that the yield Porto Rico have them on the run.
say proper
I t .ikt big" prrpuatious for hid stork bt' .utifullot on Ft. King avenue and
I sh->uM: have been two thousand3U&.1S. Eve!y dealer made money in Florida
l r,011 the 9tb, will soon be welcomed as a citizen of OUR FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston
oranges last season, and I have a!' ur"l lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

11'. here a number of the last issue the brick city. Whatever may be Outlets are a most profitable crop, ances from dozens of buyers in this I States. Cabbage,,Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg

if\\'t't'kI11LLnn' r containing the O ala'ij politics in state awl nation district that:they will Lot touch a Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm $

sally i she believes in expansion. Good Conductor Bad S cheduie.! I and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.Be m
be eut -
iliivf rkirida. A copy\ wUl box: of California navels next season,
sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
application. Capt. Lowery, of the Ocala and until Florida i is completely done, but "
MaoraWrrs on Mr. and Mrs. c?. L. Patterson are I Corn for spring. t

the arrival of a little Homo 8"Ni urincb of the A. C. L. that they will take hold of Floridas
the riM day of fall. We rejoicing over i
ToUy %ad
i is one of the (host popular and obliging I right from the start in October and
home Miami. Mrs.
their at
"outiui to the girl at The Ocala Seed Store-
J Wf 'it will give an ; conduct
in the state. He
Patterson is a daughter of Hon. and I I rs will push! them as long as they are to

w.rttbrr.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Bareoof this eiiy.Mi3 works hard to please the patrons of :.'be had and if Florida is fortunate -- -- -- -

T N. J,'hUM>u has returned --- his road-especially the naval stores enough to have two million boxes to

ftum White f>priu* where he hasMiturwk ..-ua H.I l-iey, a charming and saw mill uien-and his efforts are sell they will certainly rut a big THE CLUB HOUSE.
of Ocala who has been
lady I
"a fur I few "1L'II. young highly appreciated by this class of figure in the business next season."- I II
Mrs. O'Neal for the I
III hrttlyu.ade the visiting past patrons, a.. well! as by the public atlarge. Tampa Tribune.
returned to her home last
But oh, what a miserable t=
:! taw this ar Interesting. The cup
ye River News. Death of Mrs. D. C. Hull. '
Thursday.-Crystal Cuisine first Class. Reasoi able
schedule we have: got now on our Rates .
till "w'1111 In America.
Miss Mary Lou Weaver, of Dade branch of road! Everybody is kicking A wire received at Ocala Monday

)It. add Mr*. Edward Holder, of announced the death of Mrs. D. C. ''
about it. It all
takes day longto
City, isiuOcalu the guest of Mr. J. Refurlis ed Rates Month.sr
Tlrouglout. Special by .
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Atlanta last
tkuiuriloa ur registered i at the Hull in Sunday night.
where. If the railroadcompany
; P. Hillburn, and will remain far several go any
l ttlndeor Monday. While this", was not altogether unexpected -
will only us the same
( days. Miss Weaver is one of the give
number of trains it did last winter, it comes as a i shock to ht.'rma.ny
Tbo. Muutaua horses of Messrs. S. 'f1mes.U nion'l! candidates for lady rSIRS.
in this She
X Hundley it t'0., are attracting coutiderable commissioner to the yt.: Louis fair they will receive the commendationof friends county. THOS. J. BARNES. PHOP
t patron from Homosassa to has been an invalid for several years,
attention. from the West c wist.
I Oeala.: -Crystal River News. and it has been generally known that
Mrs. M. Haudlesman and children _. ,
Mr. Umuy Kd: wards, of the Irvine her end was near for some time. She --- --- --- -

<*.. and Basket factory, was: a left,on the Seaboard Saturday for STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, \ was the wife of ex-Clerk of the Cir- !!ffiIEi !iiillii! !$ !!fjl 1
Columbia S. C., where they go to LUCAS. Cot- 83FRANK
n- i
Hot tUltor here )Iumb). cuit Court, Mr. D. C. Hull, and was aS1 J
t I Msit relatives In about ten days J. Cm:.' EY makes oath that known J
probably more universally HJ WE E.AT MEAT

Il l P.rtn UII1I\"uut'.ty-the famous, !: sue will be joined by Mr. Handles he is the senior partner of the firm ofF loved and respected' than any woman 1

"b.1I pItch-r-wUI t* laI Ot'ala man and they will then proceed to J. CHENEY A Co., doing business in : in the county. Free hearted and e1 -_ To grow strong. Unleiw we gtzoo'
hH trd, 4tb a1Mt albs New York for tbe purse of purchasing the City of Toledo, county and state 1 kind, she was an ever-ready helper tothiise r z ] meat we may u'C'Q' n let I Im

fall and winter good. They expect aforesaid! and said firm will pay the.i around her in distress, and she ,,r, r, i, 1 it alone. There i is no LtretigtliI

I I Tl title of "p a" has been conferee to buy choice articles and believe sumo! ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS !I will ever have 8 serred nn mory ill the lID I r.-----.. : in touh meat=instead of giving

j 1- )Jr. Vru n Hyatt. lie l bas a tine that next winter no store in for each aud every case: of Catarrh i I I hearts of those who knew her. Four S +: 1. I it takes: strength; todig *t

i[i"'T. The little fellow wan tarn Suuffgrrl Ooala will tarry more superb lines."A'e that cannot be cured by the use ofIIALL's I A Js < v l v -v it. It pays to he careful !.
: children, two boys anti two girls survive n
'\,. fJ buying meat-be sure to gt
have in our shelves", many remedies J. CIIEXEY.woru her to share with the husband I tsj ;
\ I ? 1 ; ; fi a"'f'y the tie"i-tender and ebok
W* that Senator Brown was'" for constipation and biliousness, to before me and subscribedin the grief at her loss. To these! bereaved Sr"o '

M at ik. lAb lUitlrr blow nut Hut but the never-failing cOlUmon' t'use my presence, this", 6th day. of December I I ones all pour out the most I Zj': t-i Pay a little more if need beats.
I i is found only in Raymon's Liver l I II ,
If the all the cure A. D. 1556.: I putsomethlmgluyourstonl&etZs
f b.tllr ft-ris: MUiuine sincere sympathy and condolence.The rzs '
Pill and Tonic Pellets. This: treatmentcures i r" 'rf., r y sj which will .flesh ou
put jour
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) A. G. GLESON ., at Atlanta.
by relieving the cause of the {j seal } remains were interred
---.,...... Notary Public.Hall's :-* hones and strong blood in yw r
Mr. H Arnold, of New York, anad trouble; tie Pink t'iills! arouses the .--iumter County Times. ID
Catarrh Cure is taken internally i' heart.EDWARDS .
Uiu .ul .Il't"r to the Hauuer is atWtor liver, while the Tonic Pellets tone up and acts directly on the blood Croup.- 'r

to the city and will be here for the organs and iu>uro natural and and mucus surfaces of the system. Usually begins with a common BROS.
healtKy conditions. Complete treatment Send for testimonials, free.F. .
!false days. -two 1Ill'llicint's-25 doses-full \ J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 cold; there is", chilliness, sneezing, MalU, 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala I'la.

direction+only 25 cents. I'ostoffice p Sol dby Druggists, ;Se.I sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse, J
Jtt%| u > > >4l amiIVrwwn I and
| iu today hoarseness! impeded respiration
l !7 EagBi_ !
Drug store. mOa I C7a Ci"2I c c5Suu B r 5a. r c5c t9i"=t5 f
on our ftnuilrrs newNtlrriu I fiive frequent small doses of Ballard's
I for
Off Rocky Ford !
I. lu Shirt MaUt IVr. May 31), 1903, Mr. C. V. Miller Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry -
J.:C. and E. D.Howell, of Anthony,
,talC'. Tlu O.-ala Haziiar.frleud Mr.V.. XI. Dale the Ocala for it) and at the first sign of a croupy 1
and gave
High school graduating an ex-
are in the city today. Mr. E. Snow Liniment externally to the
The of Dr. J. 0. Boozer cursiou down the Silver Springs run L. Howell leaves via the Southern throat. 50:. at Anti-MonojK drugstore : FLORIDA.BOILERS .

-all !>. plranfd to learn he wa and on the trip threw a bottle overboard m I
Railway, tonight for Colorado to
"It 10 t.. out little Monday. containing the names of thehappy
select cantaloupe seed from LU own Mr. H. P. Johnson, of Asheville,
Ile ha. hrro ill. excursionists with the
form there. Mr. Hewell cultivatesthis N. C., is a pleasant guest at the OcalaHouse.

"that if picked up by any one please Pipe and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
f The k>rrr. of bill are looking for- seed for his Florida cantaloupe He has a large! phosphate
end this card stating w hen and where Sawmills, Saws-circular and draj;?, Belting
I t lU\S 10 111. stun* of tallies between farm He will have about 2,000 acreage in Citrus county and tomorrow Bolts line of
Oral Banner Ocala Pulleys, general
found, to the ,
r b'-JAt'klluDY&U" and Tampa games pounds to supply his: Florida section. will go down and look the same! over.
Fla." The bottle was picked up at :MILL .\ X I) MINING SI .1 II 14 II:S.
\Eta laukb Internet.Oala.tuuday -Metropolis.WASTED.
the mouth of the Ocklawaha river, Several days ago we made a note in

l 1 moruluu Mrs. J. H. one mile south ot Wetaka by Mr. S. .-An industrious married these columns that Levi Priest and

F lI u.r. UIIII a few milts of Ocala, A. Busby Aug. 22, 1903, and was man (white I ) to farm on shares, everything son had been arrested on a charge of IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

k l.eaeota1 ter husband with Sue, sent to the Ocala Banner as r *loest- furnished, reference required. making whiskey. The name should I ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORKTHEOCALA

! ,\qGetll' twlnt boy and girl. ed. 7 :i tf ALLEN RoroErts.yr have been Prevat instead of Prle&t. I


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measure of credit and the good roads EDITOR JORDAN'S Dl GNOSIS ed. In arriving at this conclusion, it II I I

: MP MANN [ENTHUSIASTIC I soon to l>e built in every part of the can be candidly said that the Herald SORE? USE

state will be a monument that will Stockton too Rash-Taliaferro Fairly believes Governor Jennings would Darac amph

H. Sounds The Good Road Tocsin ever keep him in the memory of those Entitled to a Second Term. ; make equally as good a senator, but

is Settling whose life: by reason of his work in !j the situation alluded to above Indicate -
Marion County
the Pace. their behalf has been so changed. JEVXIXOS TIME! XOT YET KIPE. 1 that the people must choose be- : Relieves Instantly cr Money Refun&JL

It occurs to me: that the lines. of road I tween Mes-rs. Taliaferro and SlockI : Itching
To the j.Jdorof the Ocala Banner. Bleeding Piles
Carupbellford, Out., Canada, of greatest benefit in each county and Those who heard the speeches madein I ton, for it is apparent that the ambii I ,

( August 25th, 1003.Kuowius those which shall in time form trunk Puuta Gorda, Tuesday, by the i: tiou of Governor Jennings cannot yet :, Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding. AlUyt aD

; your interest hi, and the or main lines north, south, east and three aspirants for the United States I, be realized, and we should direct ouri ,, Inflammation. It Cools. It Soothes. It Curci.

good work you have dope for the people west joining the most populuous I' senatorship had: a fair opportunity of I i I elforts to the election of the man who Sold only In:x., SOc. 4: $1.00 Bottles. A 1 I ; .; ....-.

I, arriving at some conclusion touching i has, already, like our governor, provedI
of hectiou of the state, as sections! and continuing to the sea
your their merits and their suitability with i I value to the state and his ability :
wt'1llu the entire state, I esnd you a boarder points of shipment to the FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON OPOL OR. :.5Y P.t
reference to the best interests of '' to serve us: with efficiency and honi -
topy of a Mter received by me from outside world. I i 1- _
Florida. .
who has wielded more Such lines would noon have the i"
one, perhaps, I Governor Jenniiig-i' address, free Even if the governor bad excellenti 1I.
tutluf uce in the course of good roadsiu free rural mail delivery, automobile I I. HUBBARD & MAODUPPi
from personalities vituperation, i:I assurance of success in his aspirations -
the state of New York than any stage service at a lower rate of fare
calm, dignified and logical, showed the Herald feels the force of the
other man. and a more rapid pace than the streetcar i i
him a man with that broadness of argument that democratic precedenthas I II
lie was for many years the head of in the city. Where our comforts I
character and depth of thought generally, if not alway! rewarded -
the I A. W. and was the author of would be so great little would be left
which are requisite to the lofty position a faithful aud valuable public HARDW ARE
works the subject of good to be desired.I .
many upon sought by him. lUck of this is !: servant with at least a secoud term in
road which are equal to the best en was recently in Nova Scotia, 1
his brilliant record as governor of the office, !Senator Taliaferro unquestionably .
the subjects treated.He where the lands are laid out in nar-
state. deserves the same consideration DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURE uln
went to Europe on purpose to row strips leading back often miles ;
The same may be said of Senator which the democratic voters have
stuJy the roads of the old countries. from the main road so on all public
Taliaferro; whose. record as a loyal given Senator Mallory and his pre- BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTB, DID; PUiW..
Consequently what he is pleased to roads the houses are close togetherand .
democrat in the state and as a : decessors. His speech, a synopsis of
I.iyof our progress along the line of there roads are as near perfect as \lI.lu-1 WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JL
able public servant in & which ii on the first page of this .OkOVKcruTIVATORa :
good roads is entitled to great weight it is possible for country roads to be
an honor both to himself to paper, should be to all a sufficient
and gives us courage to continue in' and have many advantages. At one i I OILS, VARNISHES, ATLANTIC ALL filet
Florida. His dispassionate address, argument: for his return to the senate, ,!
wtll oing. point following the Anapolis river
delivered without flourish and in but as time passes the discussion of LEAD
Before the last session of the legislature from Port William below Kentville to WHITE OF GARDEN T. MALL _u
that buitJes..like manner characteristic his candidacy: will undoubtedly develop -
we had no law upon the subject Grand Prae. This public road has a
of the man, impressed all abundant additional reasons KINDS OF COOKlKGS'ioVkhHEATEE8
of bard roads and today it is the sewerage system with Wales, electric
thoughtful hearers.! with a correct for re-electing him.-:Editor Jordanin
opinion of experts we stand ut the lights and gas in every house. Occa-
idea of his fitness for the position:! he Punta Gorda Herald.A GLASS AND PUTTY, GRAMTF
head of the luU of states that lead in sionally on a corner they had a store,

the work. If we have done so much again a church and a splendid high Mr. Stockton showed himself quite Booming Industry. IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE:, en

in so short a space of time, what may 1 school. theoUiOsiteof the other two gentlemen. Prof. Josiah Yarn, principal of

we not accomplish if we continue The country life m this section was He is mercurial to a degree, i! the Ocala High School, and at present TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, BON A.VI rU1

TLe great value of the present roads an ideal one. The occupation of these 'I' superintendent of the Lemcn Bayi
impulsive) combative, rash. He is
they are object lessons and I venture people is raising small grain, potatoesand evidently one of those men whose I i j Fruit Company, is just up from a N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROPK8. Pt'I.Lf:1': :-

predict few if any of our citizens will apples which are superior. in
natures cause them to employ force I visit to the company's possessions MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLL'E FLAME .:
In content to use the old fashionedsand Some attention was paid to the dairy I of Manatee
the southern portion
rather than persuasion In the accomplishment -
1 rocky rooty and mud roads", business as it is a splendid grazing i 1I beautiful
i and gives! a very
county ;
of their purlo>lls.: thingsdo LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST
l Now, that and Lay Iu all of the PRICES
<>ugu. Wtc' are permittedby country. pro- of the rainbow of
not please him, he is apt to lose picture appearance
law to have a tax for good roads vincfcs of Canuda: the government has
his temper and to do or say tome- I things in that favored section. H ubbard[ a Macdtiff Ocala Fla.

our people should be urged to study paid great attention to good roads, NO i fen, Mr. Varu says, who were ,
thing that ouifht: not be said or doue. I
the situation and advantage to them that in every farming section the for the want of the
T almost suffering
His temper, if not his past record and ; !
3 and their dear ones .so that no time roads are graded and surfaced with actual necessaries of life a few yearsago ,
his present platform, would seriously
may be lost. rock or other hard material and the 110'1haO snug hank accounts --
handicapbim in rendering efficient
The resident farmer has more to ordinary load for a span of homes is all the from ten thousand -
ranging way
service to the state in the strenuous :I
I gain than anyone by road! improve. from two to six tons. f hundred and fifty thousand -
] to cue
life of a senator.<< It i is the candid I McMillan BrosI
ment. If it passes his door it doubles The boiler to a stern!! threshing < dollars and are riding in rubberj
i opinion or thinking men, that if Mr. j
his values. His children can hate machine I was told weighed seventy- j tired vehicles and automobiles.
Stockton should be sent to the w:uate, I
the advantage of equal education.All five hundred pounds and two 1 Be-itiful which have ,
orange proves,
it would not be long before the harmony I i
can attend church, theatre or medium sized: hones: carry it any- 'i come into bearing since the destruction

other entertainments held in the city. here. existing delegation in: the wculd Florida be congressional de- I: of the groves in this locality in iI I Southern Copper Works*

The products of the farm or gardencan The farm that lays away from such i 1S05! ; !is the explanation for the genera -
stroyed. In view of the fact that, as
be quickly and easily gotten to improved roads not often cultivatedbut !'! which now enfolds
Senator Taliaferro and in his speech, prosperity | Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
: the city or depot for shipment to distant is used for ptiture, aul such lands: i' almost the entire southern portion of
harmony in the dtUgntiuiiil; is essential .
markets. Hauling at lead four do not sell for half u? much as those I the of the state. I
1 and General Metal Workers
to success in accomplishing: important -
times aa large a loud l as he is at presentable of same quality, lying on improvedor : The grape fruit groves have become
resultit would be unwise, to
1 to and without jolting or bruis- main roadr. : especially profitable and the yield
say the least, to inject into it a
Inu the profits of a single day, will by Now, it occurs to me what: roads: 1 per trte: in dollars and I cents is almost IOl
discordial element like )1 r. Stock I
reason of improved roads, exceed have done for this country they will i I fabulous.

the yearly tax levie t to build the surely do for our country of perpetual: ton.To give an idea of how things i Mr. Yarn says the Lemon Bay: I 'Stills taken in exchange for new one Pdtdltl1':

fame. sun. Capable of sustaining at least I has the piece of the Orders mail
would likely be, i if Mr. Stockton were I Company prettiest through country a specialty. by "f

The utostof the money will come double the population, saying nothing bent totlie.-eiiate.it may be stated land in that region adapted to the wire will receive prompt attention at either ?f ti h.

from uon'residtnt.corporations and of the winter homes for people who I cultivation of citrus fruits and since following works 0
that, during )1 r. Cleveland's last
cities and we find no opposition desire to escape: I the long dreary cold '. the company purchased it the price
administration, about the only man
from that quarter.It winters of this and ether countries. has more than doubled in value. FAYETTEVILLE/N. C. SAVANNAH, 0*.
Washington who could get a '
s will, readily occur to any thinking Then, do not let the people weary 'I| That section! of the state like the
office for a Floridian was Hon. JACKSONVILLErFLA. MOBILE ALA.. .
mind that the work of improvingthe but push the good roads I which are to I' stone the builders rejected is fast be-I j i ,
Chas. M. Cooper, of JacksonvilleThis ,. .
highways will give employmentfor double our values, increase our opportunities I I coming the key stone of the arch. l! ---- ,
was because one or more of our

idle hands to do. to grow and ship produceand congressional delegation had antagonized I South Florida now i is synonymous ; : J'Vb DAWom J) f eIs (

The farmer will linda market at his multiply our comforts. If it will I
the administration, in doing: with prosperity. i iI
door for vegetables or anything his do this,and it will, then we want it I tflh Depressed .
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which he have shown himself
may a i! Mill Grc+rth in the South. I
farm and garden produces: Chicken, : now while we are here to enjoy the I :" ;

eggs, etc. It needonly that the attention change, not after we are gone but at man of principle, but of |poor judgment ''I i I In the current issue of the South- ': Jl\ has frequent! headaches,bad C'"o.8O of aer/ly."lael "' i \ -

aa a politician or a diplomat; textile for I'.wn'): s toclic apetite, lI"aLil? :-.: 'o sli\,' \\ _, ;. 1:., j' ..
of our farmers and laborers: the earliest possible date. j fern raibwy directory 8 1b LUt ntetss.ir..yIl's S4<<":::e d.ra ewre W.r,. r
seeking to serve the stte. A man 1'i
be called to the Let do what are some interesting statements Y
study situation when everyone they ran. the
I Liver. IA
be without
may polite sacrificing
'Iabout j the growth of cotton mill-
will All do Think
they readily see that the buildingof can something. good x
principle, a fact which we fear Mr, ,. : Don't fill to gtt i>-.:. :; at
the line of joc.r tirarft >
i along thaty
equipped ty'hj'
roads not only brings: comforts anda roads; talk good roads and we will i

chance to make money that could soon make them. Stockton cannot tueefwfally exem" j tern since the first of the year. This HERBNEEr

cot occur without them, but in the In asking jour help I desire to \ assertion:; is made:

After giving careful attention to the i "Since January i, 19413, there have !( \\ ,. ,,';I--.*, : : .'.
building he will make many times thank you in advance for the serviceI l % snarlr : : 9L1 TLlVOT.. XW"tI",
-i'\e y-.r t"i. ,
speeches of the three gentlemen and : i.' f .r. .
what it cost him in his proportion of know YQu will so cheerfully per i i been added twenty seven; new plants & feel !me i &cw otuit i..r u'V. .*

taxes. Now, if this is so, who should form. Yours, considering the situation and what including nineteen cotton mills and SO Cents. ALL CRVGCISTS.
e Siems to'be' the best interests of Florida
the ? MaNN : eight knitting mills, which have added -
urge speediest action possible. A. .
the Herald i ii convinced thatsenator
This tax 'n to be levied by the county Mate Organizer of Good lload7 ->. to the total equipment 'O,131; ._---
I { Tahrtlerro should he re-elect-
eouumissinuets i<< louius" and 7;;,3)'>spindles; and there ; 'I ,
out they will riot act Annual Wealth or Southern Farmers. Dltttl"ltl tn',It. '
cure a cold in one dayTake i -- -- r
except when they know thw people are now under construction" twenty i j 8''H',4; i'V"1 "i! n=ore will i'N".ly I I )lr. Tuniua I) I -

mishit. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- BLOODED BEEF C TTLE.I three other mills with an equipment ,. be the valueof thecnmiuge"ttou aud
lets. All druggists relumi the moneyif i I I i the Standard 1'irlw'.t -. I \'*
of 14oi5 b looms
and oUO,312 spindles, !
Nuw,11u time", should bent in letting it failes to cure. 1:. W. Grove's : cottoUMred crop of tbe south. The ..111
I final 1 and in York, inftkt! ill rI"I. '1'
them killthe wish of the !signature is on each box.-2oc II naakllJg tof's existing I price of cotton is higher than theaWl'3gl' .
- -- I sight, of 64_ milU l j3., looms and j Record rep.i ,f iUi. .
rltUtfUs II for 1872.
each: county. Charley Williams, a prosperous any year sine After
ndt'! The writ...
6,97b.suo "pi corresponding pant
Tins can be done by the journals of colored farmer living at Shady, his a I a long period with prices not much

'and i exhibit tor IWl comprised 585 nulls, above tbe cost of production tbe "()ur eor' i'jr has. **
the county and your past courefrhows hen that has laid a dozen eggs! ,
130,0431ooms; and 4,5)75,311) spindle M K..- {
you may be depended tosee none of the twelve being larger than I crops of the past three years sold at experimvafel I plant al
II This shows a net increase of eightysix _1*"'
which to -- I'
comfortable ft cikt iu.'tthe
that the expression of tbe partridge eggs. prices, now with a
people I .. wills .'): t$94 looms and : ... .. *.**
reaches ---- ------ I ,'.. : 2,001iyjspindles. world-wide scarcity of cotton and 8n.*t ruM yet pr. b, '
your county commissioners "Our John" might exchange his .. r"rfwaterbitlufi1
''I'" I know of full .ui.'i' ; <
with high the ,
who all of price, cotton growers
are the right way of think- pepper-box for Tillmau's pitchfork. -- .
1 ing. I will sell at auction on SEPTEMBER I will have. such prosperity; as they have I 'L. *
Since the discovery of those free passesit
Devoured *
9th, 1903, at Ocala, Florida, by Worms. not known since IS O. But cotton is difrtilUei; PTOCM*. From ',' **
4 is in inocuous decessitude.
There are few counties! in the state now resting rand
where about fifty head of registered and Children often crp, not from pam! not all, tlOOflOOOOO or more will probably wood we got *>* dil 'flO .' :rr

HO much good work has already grade Shorthorn and Hereford bulls but from hunger, although fed abun be the value of the corning oil and barn-I'l' t.' **..
been dune and Sir Thomas Lipton gives all crop
much of this is due to up ...
and Sale dantly. The entire trouble arises'' to Imiif ".- I.
cows. begins at now Pfepar1'd
promptly of rice, tobacco, sugar, corn, orchard
your heart being in the work and hope of inning the cup and acknow- .
1 o'clock p. m. Every animal i is immune from inanition, their food is not fruit, truck and other with out proe, through! tWo -
your great journal leas been active ledger that the United States are bet. agriculturalproducts .
m to tick fever, and will clI.rryan assimilated butde.cred by worms. A \\'e have Utftto \II tt. i. .,"'.1' lrf -
of the
educating the ter boat builders. south thus making
people, your county has insurance policy for six months from -
few does
of White's Cream Vermifu lirm
Sl,500Orti Out the income of Southern QUO, &rduUlla fMii a'
been fortunate in having as a citizen Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall has left date of sale. No high prices expected.
e will cause them to cease crying i farmers for one 't'ar.-southern Farm nesa demau4..." tUtlicers
aid president of Park and is Come, examine and take your choice.
Asbury now spending
yoor county com. and begin to thrive at once, very I Magazine, k'ttQ.ia&eod rth \Ir 11 rare
Settlements cannot be made animal
missioners board, "the noblest:: Romanof several weeks most delightfully in the nor much to the surprise and joy of the : You hive the satisfaction r,
of know-
delivered during progress of sale, n. W. K....I ff' lai.t.b I
them all," Hon. H. Catskill mountains.Mrs. mother. 25e. at Anti-Munopoly drug '
W. Long. but will be immediately afterward. tore. lug tail what you buy at the Post- vil't'-l.r..d.ot,1ad IM' (II ......... tr.ilit'ltb

Your county Is not alone in according Ganisby and Miss Kate.Gams- ( m ottlee Drug Store is pure aid of the I

merit to him Z. C. Chan bliss Best vitality. They sell wetf4otrlallt ttr..arrrv.
but Dickey's Old
the entire state by are visiting Mr. L. B. Gamsby at ) What we want now is a hard road '.. I.I...... I
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realizes that to him Eye It don't burnor trtr. f
is due the greatest Jacksonville, Ala.jL"rj. Ocala, Fla from O.-ala to Dunuellon.u .
'I hurt when
I j applied. m of the labwikery t

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We Solicit Mail Orders and An Aggregation of Bargains in Summer Dress Goods, Etc. At Headquarters for 1

are Prepared o gtend School Supplies arjd Books

Out Promptly) Samples TUT" ""CD -n. Jr STERS' pull Line t

all Dress Goods Laces, LL.LVL
Tablets arid Whitiijg's Fine t




Before our Fall and Winter Goods arrive we must else out our remaining stock of Spring and :

Summer Dress Fabrics, white and colored. The Sale on thee goods, also on many staple articles \


will eclipse all other efforts of ours at real value giving. Radical Reductions will be made on :

many beautiful and useful goods, This sale will be a money saving offering and you should

not miss it. We mention a few of these bargain but you must see to appreciate '.


Figured Silk Organdies 20c. per yd. worth 30. See our black Taffeta Silks at 50, 75 and Si.00 One Jotto in white Victoria Lawn 'Jc. One lot over 40 dozen, Ladies Summer {

I Heavy Suiting for skirts, all colors, ISc. Also several pieces Plaude Soir at 8100.: worth lOc. Under Vests at ':e. worth loe -.

i worth 23c. Best values in Ocala for price. All grades Summer Under Vests reduced t
'I One I lot "10'in white 1 Victoria Lawn 10 l-2c
One I lot 3i in Figured Lawn ? I-' e. worth luc. Several pieces fancy Oxford weave dress in prices. tI /

One lot JO: in Figured Lawn 4 l-2c. worth t c. goods white ground with colored worth 1'' 1-oc. Line Children and Ladies Colored Parasols

I One 1 lot ..)7.in Figured 1 Lawn 4c. worth 5c. figures at 20 and 22 1.2c. former One lot 40 in white Victoria Lawn at and below cost.

t price ::50; and 35c. 12 l-2c worth 15c. Just received New line Fall Waisting all
Several Wash Silk
pieces Figured 25c. 1 1 silk and woolbeautif I ul colors I
Several pieces Mercerized dress goods beautiSeveral pieces white striped and checked woo ,am

worth 40c. ful colors and designs at surprisingly : and designs, 50 to 65c. per yard.
at 5c. worth 1 Sc.Line .
Sevt'rall'ieics Figured Wash Silks 32 l2c. low prices. goods We are Headquarters for Handkerchiefs.

white goods consisting of fancy lacedStriped L dies' and Children's <.
worth 50e.Pretty 0.1 one yard wide, percales,
Thomson's and II 11G Corsets.
and embroidered effects
line Silk Waist Patterns at great bargains figures styles, etc., fast colors, best : at Inspect our Remnant Counters. They

reduced to 45, 50, Co, (65; and S5c. quality at lOco worth 12 12c. below cost from 10 to 35c. abound in bargains. ,.


New Line Fall Dress Gin hams, Percales, Prints etc. just received. Mothers wishing school dresses

I etc., for their Children should see these new goods.

Our Domestic Department is Complete and all Goods in this Department Full Line Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Window Shades, Etc., Etc., i

Selling at Lowest Market Prices. On Second Floor.

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a M erchants should inspect Our Wholesale Dry Goods Department as we have many Bargains to n ii


show there. New Fall Goods being received in this department every day. Depend upon ityou i

can always buy cheaper here than any other Store in Ocala, Come and see us. J;


UU- RIliSITH EAIL2IS, Lil Edits 1 I Mrs. Clarence Camp has issued invitations Mr. L. Gleichrnan, of Hamburg,- Ocala Notes. Returned From Madison.Mr. LAID TO REST. fl flThe

.. II to a dance to be given to- Germany, is a guest at the Ocala The following items concerning the .Allan Rodgers returned yesterday t

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. night in honor of Miss Daisy Nurney, House. He" is the owner of a great movements of Ocala people are taken from a few days' business vitit to remains of Mrs. J. Handford!

of Suilolk, Va., aud Miss Hue Barco. deal of the best paying phosphate from the Jacksonville Metropolis. Madison. He has been there talking Birdsey arrived in Ocala Friday

M J. hltr U vUitiug 1 iu South Caro. property in this section of the state, Mrs. Condon and Mrs. Dukes, of I. good roads to the people of Madison afternoon from )Montezuma, (Ja., on x xthe

Bu. Owing to the breakage of some of and is here on his annual tour of inspection. Oeala, are visiting Mrs. B. W. Me county which promises soon to become I Seaboard Air Line railway, aid i

the parts of linotype machine the Donald, in Riverside. were met at the depot by a number r
Tb.Pu'uurvisil a second to Marion iu the
t *, like wallows, Evening Star was forced to appear : loving and sorrowing friend
are twlunartt I The organ committee will give a :MNs Eflie Roberts r eturned home good roads movement.Mr. .
l1ytue.I1 j yesterday! afternoon very much abbreviated The beautiful casket
I musical and literary entertainment yesterday morning after spending a Rodgers speaks glowingly of was tetJtietiy .
\V. pleasant visit with relatives and transferred !row the train to the
u. Iuvi4 MU<1 sou, Lawtou, this evening at the manse from 8 to that :section of the state and saysbusiness ,
k&,. i 1! friends in (V"lH, and was arcomp'wi..cI hearse and the large funeral Mrl4l4
Muru from :'4..I.rnie.W. 'I' Miss Annie Mae Staudleypleasantly wry 11. Nitne of the best talent in Ocala is t ut'. He reports havingseen i
h'une by !her rntiMn,little
and f
magnificent floral
I entertained a number of will furnish muu; and reading A Mr. II. M. Taylor formerly of oflVriega
f rrgrrl to Iwiru of the death of -nvy. :
: the society set last evening cordial invitation Ocala and he showed how the tltceastd wta lovttf I I"i
IAag younger to everybody. Aiiver says the bfcgtst rterchtnt -
Dr. lihuii'i month' oil
trii I Miss Nellie! Hooper, of O.-ala, is. "i by the people of this
,r j Games were played and later refreshment !' offering will,.:> taken. in Madiion. t
Will. i Mr. F5-n the
visiting Hupku.f on i A of Mist .
quartet consisting: afintiieUausby
:* were served. "Matt, as his Ocala friend call
) -f I corner of Kirt alllltIIlHt . II. 1M4.lh* Maudley has gone to Several the young gentlemen ", Mira Lou Gamby/ )b.
Mira Hoojw-r ion* of the most iutelligeut him, tea", great believer in printer1iuk ;
i \*Iu4. to viit hrr friend., Miss Cant. J. C. Maughs, the capable andi had plagued a "rule" to .Silver .. ; J.J. Gtri ahd )Ir. D Woodww' ,
I, C-bool t Hch" rs ill the state, as to which he credits a goo i portion -
t.... KDhtht urbaue manager: of the Express otliee Springs( last night, complimentary to well* a very attractive young lady. of his success.A i: sang very sweetly aud the remtia j

I i, ha, fifteen day's furlough Miss Xurney, of Suliblk'a.., who, s>a -- ; were laid to rest under the t.e-1Uur.I i
Vr.V.. iu this city, a ---
11. iteLnug, the popularl"a&HIr.trr :\1 r. and .Mrs.I Edward Holder, of
the guest her of her sister, )Ir". Jack Remarkable Record. laud
and will takf a sniff of mountain ritual of the Ep k'opdI
ol Caudler, was among I Ocala, sailed Monday on the Apache
It..hU4IfI lu t.) lila yesterday.Vlf. air and ocean breeze for rest andrecreation. Camp, has been quite the "toast", for New York. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hasa church by the rector, Rev. Henry #.
during her visit here. Ou account of remarkable record. It has beep in Little. fI

I HJTMU w*.;, '..f-Jacksonville, the rain the "ride" had to be abau- Mrs. F. L. Mayo returned yesterdayto use for over thirty year?,during which I The remains were accompanied .
her home at Oeala, after a pleasantvisit time million '1I
I Metal of alt <>Mewadski, wad. The Griner Farm people are givinga boned aud instead the crowd met at I! to her son and daughterinlawMr. many bottles have been the bereaved husband: father mother
and used. It has long been the I
I t a C 0..1,'. prominent visitors: big! picnic today. The editor of the the home of Mrs. Camp and SPeut a and )1rBen Mayo. standard and main reliance in the I and sister.:

lhler4ay. Banner has received au invitationbut most delightful evening at .
t garner.A Mrs. Watnon and children, of Holder treatment of croup iu thousands; of I Hereford Cattle Sale.
as Friday is his busy, day he regrets homes, yet during this time no
t ii Sr. II, !(, Sti" .w, t>f ..Smumertield Boy's Wild Ride for Life. Marion county, are vic iting case I In Ocala, Fla., between M and 1W
I has been
I that it will be impossible for friends on Hubbard fctreet. ever reported to the manufacturers
.t.ln lktrlr witnessg With around I of October, I will otter one hundred
)> urdy. He !- I family expecting him in which it failed to ette2t
him to be with the good people.
td toe Lilt the | I die and riding for life a cure. When given the'! and twenty of the finest Hertfwl
g"u.e letwrtu Jays I I to a ton IS In Staid Old Germany. as soon as t

I '-1 llr t'ell'., I! HORSES AND IL'LDWe have at Ir r miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery Mr. Maurice Strauss:; received a daily croupy cough appears, it will prevent'''i I bulls and !heifers that were ever 't'ti)
the attack. It is pleasant to take, I'! upon the soil of Florid.
lour stables iu Gainesville a carload of for consumption, coughs and colds, paper from his old home iu Germanyand
i'rtt vi.lt tu Ooala of Dr. E. T. W.I many children like it. It contains I! These cattle
A"., tli. rye mud far peeialists., horses and mules direct from Kentucky H. Brown, of Leesville. Ind., one of the items stated that at a uo opium or ether handful substance 'j i are strictly first ekus

..... ... Tburoday' rtc|I't. 27, at the which were ought with great agonies from asthma; but this won I fair at Coburg an automobile got beyond I and may be /given HS confidently to a I i in every respect and arc not picked
.. derful medicine gave instant relief I up promisciouly all over the
kauml hotrbLuriugta.i baby a an a tint. Fr pale by all country.
tare, and otler to the people of Marion the owner's control runningover ,
and cured him. He writes "I
soou : diu.ei,-, and medicine dealers m I j but are bred for the purpo-e of brnJers. .
; Mmutch' absence Jlr.I county an opportunity to purchase now sleep soundly every night" Like and injuring several people and II I .
Each and
animal will be
I J1'. llmdlove.( MI well anti favorable good s'ock cheap if they will come marvelous cures of consumption, the paper said the only reason the Wants Bullock. every

bb.. early. We are in a position to handle bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip man wasn't lynched was because hewasn't The Ocal.t Banner suggests! that guaranteed to live one year in Flori
tea will tm iu charge
uur t i-ruplr, prove its matchless, merit for all throat Bob Davi should withdraw in da. Look out for exact date in O M block, and guarantee to sell horse; caught.Mr. favorof
t star.. tn1tfOLEDlIONIYANDTAR-\. and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles Bullock. If Bullock will just Banner. DR p PHILLII-S: 'Jj
and mules for less money than any Strauss says he never thoughtthe con
50c. and :$1.90. Trial bottles free sent to run, it won't be necessary for
other dealers in the state. Crawford at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and lynching fever would ever invade I Davis TO withdr>tw. Thepeople will fOIEY KIDNEYCURE

'*'P tb.cotigb and h..U luntf f & Davis Gainesville, Fla. 93 d6t w2t Tydings & Co. m staid old Germany. see after that.-Madison Recorder. Hakes Kidneys tnd Bladder P-'"'.. ..


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NEWSPAPERS AID POLITICIANS. the! Barto Cocner-lQform&Qt the ) w www ..........................

THE OCALA BANNER.MOTTO I t Punta Gorda Herald, the Desoto i A LIn".ECHRIST | trt
i POLITICAL[ [ CHIPS : riti{ Plants
---- I County News the two Lakeland : ng
r-------- since the rally at Pont jord& lastTaralay paper EESStONETTE : .1!

r ,.w .u!::, -it.:!. I : the i sate pre > has bah: Qopportunity and as for that matter every reputable t .. .j' i!

... ....,........ --tl.___._.u v....._-._.._.. to ezprfc lls-.V. oa the newspaper in this state were ; : FROM THE STATE PRESS. : 1 i Every f fa'..' f- '. .' ,.. i

: __ taiidi'3 of the tbrrr iipiritts for a iItlDeDf in their editorial utter- ; % ALLAH tr: ; ,-'r.pJ: ". f.othen .' ,
.. I I"P' ey .Ne...N....e.N.... NN. I _

It cat ia the United cutcs aeo&teJ. ar'H by a financial consideration.The : : b. .j r.i
t He ;;qed nJ fa_"cd hIJ.elf star WI ot tght.
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editorial of Florida "'--------------------------' --------- | and seed .
SeR -ni.r P. Taliaferro, Governor fraternity is j. 4 And t.I cd bi=i3 lf iato ta twnu piijht, ray sc-. .

Jtnninz" sad Jir. J. X. C. Stockton. composed of some of the brainie-i ; Tis A2Uh who jnvtd cpoa cy fly jeer laSrf caul he wt act of breads :: but: some pUnu ar. .
Tit Uw*I was tfctrttfttr to obcr; I Aal Uri2 l, rats Juniidl to&tttb. .1

iff Taliiferro's phenomenal record and most honorable men in this -lateand And w& be cast: me tats> rtgizg!reBcnlbe -J..u Er.s.r.l D Taapa Herald. I others8r jI

and the fct that it is customary for a it i is all bosh to even intimate ny acacs saaier to iris i"lny-' N.. .I And tw .L"* :H r ., A
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naa occupying => exalted a posit ion, that the policy of their papers could: protests the PersUn.Fortunately The Bob Davis Doom fir g"U.-enaar I I I children. T t', ''C i ,

.Y rr!: to be returned for a second term h&- be changed! or influenced by a money I for humanity we haveverifi was. evidently not suitably sterilized !. plants. San;c J t' s>.a-

1 \ i the actuality of a wiser and II! bt. .
eonidtrliotionTamp Tribune. care r. ,
h hid a great infiaenc with the ce.-- belore it wa! eiposd to the &tmo> ': ,

\ higher and happier Uw. of nature ..: and H '.... If,. I
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papers in Florid in the campaignthat passes It is full of bacteria.-Tampa I.i strong .
WHEN IS A TRUST NOT A TRUST th an Omar's. 1! small and weak
-- bad ju.-t opened up and eonee- Herald.Brother.

: THE BAS.NEB EEIJEVEVGt Science and rrlizion eo hand in e1N i I! Scott's EmL%" l on ;* .
ABLE TOf qucotly !it will! b* noticed that two .
**+*C AT THE TOP WELLLu band in this-that evil inclination '', .
CAKE OF THEMSELVES. HAS thirds of the papers of this state are To the E&tcr of the Oca3a Biaaer.WhatI any Cdell, of the White: easy way out of h'- : .

IN THE BAERI- or &ppetit, mental. or moral, Herald don't like CBrowu'a weakness k
TAKE ITS STAND advocating his re-election; the rest of want to know h when is a springs Senator : .,.... WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE may be: eradicated by repeated etfort, I .
platform, but Brother Jor ': sUn-ation not UCl.l<.
AMfe m FlOUT WILL BE MADE FOR the state press is for Mr. Stockton. anal not a trust? t
OF THOSE AT THE and moreover that it ia our manifest dan of the Punta of food but bec&uac .
Gorda Herald .
1HL Governor Jennings, however: has one a trust a trust when it Is away ; : _.
MTMV. duty lo make the tif rL it i does not feed.
-. -- fWbls advocate, a Tampa afternoon from home: and not a trct when it is very much.-Giine-viHe star !
-- at home? Let us never Mt down and supinely +44+ I Scott's Emulsion rt.i.: f ftrtt
SEPTEMBER 4 Iyi3..r paper and with th single exception, I .

FRIDAY-,. f raises. of the Hern&cdo gUtfeman! Are the turpentine, lumber, cantaloupe accept any deterioratinz influence. J. N. C. Stockton gays be dons not ,, and gives the child g;.,..ti.

">i L. JtptB- Want to get; the cup.&td who baa made himself famous by & and watermelon growers associations But arLe and, thrusting it aside, give want to go to the United States sea- '! strength.

& rallying cry to the soul; and the I I It.eeuse Whatever the .
-- good chief executive record; are not trost-j, or would they be ate for the money that is in it but : cause f tt..

Oa hi* Brutus. Napoleon oul will ever respond, as we push on 1 I ness and failure[ to
&r being euuz. trusts if they bad been organized by of hU dttire to help the dear ;(ro.-

W. W ttrI..c, Chippy hU Arcadia, through life. The very effort brings : Scott's Emulsion tcrr ., I
Senator Call's friend roevplfo.-D"ytona Gazette-News. I a > tbd
The Tribune U under no obligationsto )lr. J. Pierl.ont !
and M"ku n bit Pant Gorda. Morgan? frets vitality the Ia??ln; poles stir; .4.4 I it aad set the matter nn:
any of the candidates politically,
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-- I.te..oagre
dormant conscience wakes; and The box: is not unlike that ... .
w.witt the church let mam- nuncialyor otherwise and having There organizitious have enabled pepper SanMJt ..Ctrwen I *?*'.' ....
though we may fail sometimes, ware e other ancient the I, sac "ad 11 ob *u rkrrpr
Eroel ?.< pu-wnnKHi of all the fiowers, to =etriEsrs tied to it, this paper! i- free their members to control the outputof weapeon tomer-I
the better
for If
having foucht.
It has
a to react
rang. tenarncy
.1..M a*** nod ill the laughter to exprtu itself on all occasions &* tbo- products and the matt has neon !
'- been we: never fall, we shall nevf-r rise the party who handles it-StAn nstm STOVALL'S StIMMINi" W
circamaUnce demand. The Tribune an advance in prices. .I
Let Us lock tit that the account is
with *
,.... rboeld t* D-t tinkering however believes in fair play. Tn! H:7 the advance in prices been i
evenly biline-d when the books
ft e .....> f** than free tradt.n coveted prize !M an open one and it i* hurtful or helpful to the masses? 4444 I Gins Hit dews M l. ..... ,....

of tibkrrioz is a ibain.ffc The eloed.Saaiztg. Hon. C. Si. Brown is the only candidate !i M
..fcr commendable for a gentleman to aspire Standard Oil company am .'
on What too bore firra
torg we ud lL.ttl.a
thus far ;
who bas
bought a
doa nottfn to such exaked: potion and theTribune's told! baa lowered the: prier of oil from with hocldcrs beat sad downcast eye, I
MrUttfioli* nays. mat it We,may iictra--na;e 3 before newspaper oatright, bat it is undisputed i "Th governor bM a*-* )..t '. ......... M
oUr. Of eoure nuts It is i i.t course in this instance will sixty c nta to twenty cents per gallon.Is A path to higher destinies thr.t"tr:1 |
fiN aDd
other; hare teen I nlvr hi* t\\ -... .a.t. i
characterized by its policy in the that true, and it true, has it been Nor dim the irrevocable past,
... it ,...wr that w_ar, the collar. Of OOHUBMd 0M
i1 .twt6.
i I As whotjy wbt d. wholly vaia tampered with.-Tampa Tribune. i a ot..c.
--- .- PLo :o treat all! courteously and fairly helpful hurtful to the masses? 12 iv '
raii-c j on w.-ecis at last, 0I
is4BtBf I .... siie ea; oat _MtM by bu : ants
ft* MMffrfrfttia' new eartounixt and denounce lho- thin;. that it Now', one que-tion more. Tc somethu g eobier we toain.is ." I
At Pnnu Gorda last Tuesday John'S.l altt b lIMN tttly W"4
the irrefutable Ulial
solution Christianity
.MM. ru -l excellent work DOW.Nt cannot tnleftte l and pr...i-e lbf*& thatare Why do our candibttfor office
G that Jim & liar and when IIN
was ; roYiDg.atLttltaw tbhrM w r..
and a real tff-rs to the -imism of orientalfitdlism rtto
drtt man Ise-
t* tWver worthy of commendation re- skip: entirely over JUT home tr ..isibarricf ,
I and to the pUu-iUe Jim got up John sold Jim was DOt a aorowpNy tYt It lit i _1" ......
(....,. __ gardIM of the standing of the va i the Coa-oli.gated Grocery apologyof
a weak: philosophy.DOOLEY liar. Political speakers do lassie! jtbemselvfrs j[ four or It sht KM ..
1eT.-Tribute, which is thei rlotlacaudldatEes : Company; and jump on eo
vigorou-ly up mightily sometimes',- !, "While J.MiMalar it ........u, par'
wort .A.*.tiftl Moelttoa paper in As the: Tribune hi: previou-ly, stated to the far-9-u'ay tru-ta? AND HENNESSEY I S
Peusacola Pres-.
in D.Soo oMuilf MH< tet to"**;
,imitlh t "}Ir. Stockton' the ,le of Florida and In this matter
... ."" peo specially are the canaidjttsseeking : .... admirm fw hit
i "te it.t MI S
..' a '! **noa* break at l'ulta. this eection of the state, regard { office entirely candid and Hon. I.I
tIT' Decide Why Jennings Wants Filipinosto W. H. Ellis, of Gidsden coup I Tallih, +..., h. will tw*. ... f -.r'*''

Uw/.." this campaign aa Taliaferro ana consistent: Cuban Conditions.Mr. has
Cnjay ty, practically announced that h e I: in ibis M !UOO IB ib* Wb6 ,rat, I

,.. .tkor.t tl.l. p per{ iu religion Stockton fight and thiuk that Governor \VLich one of the candidates will Dooley wa sitting on a beer will be a candidate for attorney general scrambk the ....,.t era b ,.., t* M

t II i to kU driM mi&atiobs but in Jeuniogs has made: a eeriou* be first to answer theqaetions keg in front of his rendezvous when in the comingprimary.. This I that the M,... .. t"' t- f*

.. .( writing eermous i;; mistake by allowing himself to beeurreptitiously frankly, candidly, unequivocally ocatuliguuusly makes two candidates from Gad dco
.r .
.. his friend Hennes-ey pa" oa the tioait land ....... rtLMaatsrq n. ? rwa I

......, lnkt-r-bl' only writes as: drawn into a scramble categorically. other side of the street. county with other counties: jet to j ferroa Dwettetu, atilt torn ren; : S

..f tlllllt 18M" him.Gof that be does not stand a particle PLAts JOHN SMITH.: "Hi there, Hei-n< ;ey !" he exclaim- hear from.MadL.on New Entf rpri>>. ttffun the (f.*.f i. of.. tiir-i ,..-tt

- of a chance to win in. The only votes --- e d. "Comeo\tr; I want to eeeye." .44+ a cart ol .4'uiur., ...... "'I. .* _., i

)h. tofktan wade urn a bit r that he secures will be detracted fiom THE MOST FAMOUS PARAGRAPHS. I That pleasing Che-terfieldi candidate !
'Take that keg, Hrnnteaey, and bad BO frig iu tits rats MMI -. 4 I
plonk it ,.. U than the Ute the Stockton force and ina-llluch as fur senator C. M.
eompo-e ve elf. It's politics I'm dtHu.lkin'tO'i. be left lftWMU10,<;y ar, UW f...'
.=::"'l Cblplty u.ode at Arcadia. this f-lemtct of the The Brown continues
; party was re&f>onil U'&stiington Post is wid to to warm the heart ,
Have ye seen the Gu v'ners tMLDIH: l *' p
A ..... ptTr box don't Feels to & ;Ie for the rlarH political H-c-<-L..ion h:1\"t'the finest pararapher in the and bands of the people wherever be
platform, Mr. Heune-sey? "Tbtf w n..tn,d.. ..f tr. vas=e t1
rtt/k !. a mittk&l eampaizn) IDTht of the chief executive; 'will have a United states. We give some shed goes. He is making vigorous earn*
"I hive that Mr. .
Dooly. boekl:5eD.tor: J";; t J a, .;'fwho
117111+. great tendency to completely anni-. corns of his work : paign and is giving "standard Oil"
"An''Shot do think of MHennessey
ye it, r. fotMiwM u.r t nnee .' shte
at J.':bM>nvillt' bilate his infiafciice in Bob much think about ihxse '
M* mptem political the Gen JIit3! and Mr. Schwab bate to day. '
; plaia, B..ttrr i. Mi>j ".f 1

....... Y M { ktMwaud will cot oakt1ltMes e future. Dozens of influential demo much in common these: day?. Bjtb "I have only read it ea-ually," cautiously Tampa Herald. eUYueltrtt t I. t..a4 .. 5 0

Yeti) tb4:1: moon &hang' -. crats in all parts of the vate have have been retired from everything: +444
t repli Mr. D<))Iey. "An' Ite .tlCltlM Hr .t..k. ..tb..u, 0
,.. .IM ta tr pPrr+ilctbusMl the informed the Tribune that Mr. Jen- ut the newspaper ogices and the The.o- *!a Banner is of the opinion j
photograph galleries. what do ye think: of it, Mr. D.xlry"d pePtteYlrly hf u.. r frk ...., 4'. .. .
..... fM.i ".UM-r 110" ire uow e"- nil1g.,1 course was! to be regretted, as i itdemonstrated that candidate Bob Davis should I
Any school boy could have col hIt is a grate platform, Mr. Hennas- ed ., die J'.L : ,I..a.c..... : ;.. 1
'IkYriMo.p1 of gracefully! retire from the gubernator '
an act ingratitudeof I'ruf. Langley that "what goes up sty, an' he ii. a foine men. The guvner I gftH. &. ....f"rft'lJ' !.. ; I .to"

$ie. >..iUt ob ves that our the barest character on the part of rnu-t come down" sal race and make room for (if-OffAI1 .
cooiesout squarely! and slat footed I ouly iu lhaaooci ...1 "wt ly Urea. .

BfldH-- for odIN haadl! the homettll the governor and if Mr. Stockton h Col. Bryan has Bob Bullock. It'dl. safe bet th.t Col.Bob .
|i i bought a tWroj- for humanity, though the hives 4.aaJ uttrr:.. .t&! 'u' ' defeated his downfall! should! bechargei bred horse aimed Roosevelt Davis: wili never find himself of
tl kilt lined glovesfra He has .
per piutdr may fall. He tlievtin plinty of Met of trwto .tan .j ..__..u. w' : M
with bare to Governor Jennings rather already! bad experience in traveling the same o 'iDion.-Madison Sew
e,11tt1M a'sy trust behind P(K>evelt. humanity, Mr. Hennes-ey, an' more r,,ilraal te1l.D.,. ,jIe ..", j a.'tbetC.o.l.f .

Iiui1M ... aJp'rturspou" +. than to his chief opponent, Mr. Tally of He Enterprise. .,
it. Mr. Hen-
It develops now that means!: charity, *+.* ioalMttioL Ii"Jtiaii : '"
-- -- fE.rro.Sotwitb"tanUDg. a number o
i:..-.i.A 01 IB* wcee or to Il'ny r women were caught in the Wall ne >ey, an' be would cover this great John X. C. Stocktcn relieved his 1'ri.f.rr: ..., e n'

.i.h"-' .Nat \VaihiUjtin 1'uri.MNet"attIretttkal -t the fact that Mr.Taliaferro street wjueeze{ and accepted: it uncom earth with a mintle of charity for system of more bile than! pepper in I twprea/t.Y Ytru I j. lr..t... !1' _

moment the has made a tpleudid: record ; plainingly.With rich an' poor, high an' low, white an' his speech at Punta Cords. wb.tlreYkI t* o't.r t. M

1LK.. w UJ be..4Md with. atli-h of and two thirds of the press of the Gen. Miles and the army black.! He: believes in giving all the Much to the disappointment of his ul.... of hu a.-a. '!.I- .'..-*

gate advocating hU return to theeeuate mule both placed the
are os retired list
aed loeti tt." Sow.du races of men a fair bowbE.a.tbenChinh.e his and doa>in..*rtec .u L.411 ti' sure the Czar supporters charge? denancii- I
might jut well
as give theegnal
and the serious break Mr.ttocKtou .
tin Bt.4d.nt ii a bit pl.tetaTftijl : for international disarmament Jap, Hottentot and what lions were merely a rehash of old the oewrn"u 1-1"+ .... ....... t

unwittingly made at Punta not." I s urprised *h.n i-r '. asst .. ,
chestnuts and the
IPt Congressman Mudd insists that the stirring of straw
Gorda by calling his opponent a flat "I am specially glad to see that theguvner .
with taa... stir'sftoNtfYlueert.
republicans! : Maryland are gentle already tbr bed.-5t. Augustine I rill
)Ir. fctochttm:: has the support and and chivalrous." And how comes out in (aver of the Cu .
they do Record.

L me finer, sympathy of the horny handed: sonsf love a real rough and tumble fight. byan: He is angry becau-e the .... I I ..,...... tL"'tIId \'- .... ., .. < M

,. ," <. toil from all sections of thi fctate.Kefore i The retirement of Gen. Miles leaves civil has: thrust down the throats of Some of Mr. Bryan's critic will i .....\ dunu" I. -\ ....t. .. ,

to.II ,. '... .fc'.tea s a up chance, thet the unpleasant! Punta Gordalucideut I' Emperor William! II as the man who tie poor Cubyan-j a constitution probably be finding fault with hits! eou+'..UIllU.1I II.. etIU"'IJ '

u.... .. 'r ..-,.. ar.-l. that the Tribune was informedby has faced a camera more (rtflUtntiyan.I which makes 'em but wards of this beeau-e be paid as much asH, OO for i I k / hlivee' .
tf era
: whichdcgerous : fearlessly than
I.: .. to a number: of the beat ported politicians any livicg nation under which thy has no sort a pair of horses the other day. Bat :
: collier ,
C-\. : on the active list. 4 "''TVJ. ,
I' .. <. X. ll r "' I. ':'' ::1tf rdiieaSt. The Mi-is-ippi citizens who werealarmed I "J.lJU N < "" -.
Z 7 '...., .ilne\s is five thousand people pres-ent' over the fall of a shower "How dc#* Le stand on the Filipinos i own such ,stock if he wants to. It nut
\.j" '
tlir fir ,
iri '
a. r t
; h.rce'irQdtn. that had a primary been called on hair regained! their composure whenthey ?" inquired Mr. HtDn .'ey. nectary for him to drive a hill plug j

)i j.C44: rnscovery.uarof ,..I.._ t. .. ..
J. r'( :T' this cede that date, font Mr. Stockton woolhacec.triedthec'ountyunanimuul d learned l that a cyclone had just Mr. Dudley picked up the paper to a 129 bozgy in orier to Misum t-w'j jposition .1.

I .. ..
.rt ,
t' r-tr
sept' through
a populist district
I : resulted in
t d .t y, and read: from the governor's platform of tribune of the J>people. '
.":. )j 1 "i ->pie remarkable Kan-a-s. i tie vi, 'I i fctt.<.k. fop
but since duly reflecting over the Titasvilletftar. F
tars, It increases : "I am oppo-ed to the J-1riint'
'z Fort ott, Kani, has i-f '. : ., .
t..e pased anordiuauce ei *
.- ; actiuof, the matter, that the county now stands I i Philippine policy of this an' .eon .. "W..b
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!T:-ttdit .II! : "
K':. r'ipunfies the evenly divided between Stockton and favor the immediate declaration BROWN'S PLATFOE1L
> bflueeii 10 p. 10. and 7 a. ru., and all i
f 1.,1: and rtlittes lOb 0ii'kl>>l> .4 I Iwndt. I Ia
Taliaferro. All of the south Florida tr&itu at the thepait of this nation of its intenhbuns
the ;kidueys from arriving place are One C. M. Brown, U., say be is !

4 d"K&&K! injpurit.t i- (:(,untit's are practically the same: way.Hillboroujrh crowded with hotueseekers. believing that it should give ii> I candidate for governor and is OUt in i d up t" KII. *<.* tUU t

: Salk ..UI..t. *" ,
will both of these -- >
give the Filipinos independence
I f*l it arty tort pro- some of the piper with what he
my .
Jordan Judicial As A Solomon ''Iiba& b* ... *.. .. :<
< MM know thathalt I gentlemen a strong vote and it depends tH.'i bun from out"ideinterf'trfnce ; \ I
calls bis
rrccoily ads sod > rlitfurm. We cannot quite I
'1 3 t sung tcnoU.all entirely on future developments The article we today from lb. Uu.J.'ut" ", II,
row W .utftrillg bad. reprint granting them "-lf.governiiient similar decide whether be intends this "plat i .
r'J Iv wth kidney and who will leceive the largest the PjuU Gorda Herald in .....bl iu .1." 1. It, .
: which to that which has been form" !
wrtr ,.*r Golden :Medical: hhare of them, but it is reasonable to Editor Jord:.u with! the judgment of I the people of ('abyss'su In 1 did WN IIJDghV..t,'- r ew -
Ir.nkun,. M D of l ance. either event, it is bog*wa>b. !
5" .
P y tir\ Tcu -He bought four :1. M, >-< :
iurbni drrg, u here and attr he had presume, as Robert MrNamee and Solomon carefully and dispa!" ". it i1ar- -thot-whict ha A fair English education should
not .
.tie..4.Iki..wY 'Milr unthlt ht to!'"litD v.ik to ten improve rtrps. now some-he Tom McCall have repeatedly elated, ately dissects! ; the cLitiis! uf the three LE.-fn- eh"tnto: the- E.-oplE-of be: the only retjui-ite for the bi b I i ioflke ,j fcITO, bulb r'i'fr .! I i*:r. ...
mk kixv ; ,
a.) without any in his back tida Ie ...fI.t. tlr a"
pain r
that Governor would not candidates for the United it
Jennings "
U States .
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a a wen nd toond! a young boy senate Cu ya, repeated Mr. Dooley reflectively. of governor of a great state but |
M 0111!y M He ha ,;
eye..,.. t.4 ewrti ollirr tu&red doctors for called nearly the receive over thirty votes in this elass n must appeal very strongly I to'tbe it should be our of them Bartcw !i politkt{ BM( 11.- r .L.I "
Mt mr.mN. but I had confidence j ,... ,
in Dr. I h4t "iodIN.., ... \ r tote 5i
Hnrt eGo&du tire bailiwick. conservative thinking and fairminded
ttaw.t th.roTrry I hare "An' how do ye account for his Courier-Informant.

IIIbM MMl OM kuxirrd... ,dolUn several times al- Tribune has noted of the I masterly ..a.ee.h
vet. .t lot w. hut I would not accept The carefully men state. wantin' the Filipinos to injoy the
yjuewar want evrrytiuiy to know what I .
uNM Mr4kiix can do >r the attitude of the papers of this state Like the editor of this paper EditfrJordlin same intolerable conditions injoyed One of Dr. Wiley's understudies -- -- .
TfcM tOTUmony u abcolutely true and the Aeeontioc to Mw ......... I. '
Html tevml tuttnttoned the regarding the candidacy of these entirely friendly to each of tells
young gent t- by the Cubyaus inquired Mr. Hen us that when some people tatthey k .
tree ta be, dvD. want to have bow Hit not M Mtti ,!.J..i-1' I
fir rr.1y .e ,. gentlemen and it is painful to hear the candidates but with Taliaferrots 's nes-ey with a twinkle in his eye. insalivate: chirnify, chilifyand
rock tut** tesWlM of tt. ,*.!?'
t DO fuUtitute for "Golden political nincompoops in all pat record and the precedents and traditions Mr.
Dooloy knocked the ashes from san .I Ihaco\ery The sole motiveMUtitutton ? waited for tIM 8 MV fc B.rii *** *
f.r is to enable the dealer to bowline about a subsidized pre of the democratic party staring his pipe and gazed into space. tou's speech at Punta Gorda we a*- >
brother to UM MM *..* Irv t t -t
.fc UK little (
more profit paid on the Nobody but a fool would say that him in the face, he can not but proclaim "Easy enough" replied )lr. sent to word Dr. I
..i k of ICM meritorious pre ,irntions.h Doo'ey; every Wiley has and waaldat .4wnt.. *. : *
Here*'* Pleasant 1'eliets stimulate such papers as the Ocala Banner, the that the distiuguisbed junior "there's doomed few Filipinos qua Ii- said. When Taliaferro arose "0 ;' r
th. actton cf the urrt.oise9llYRt 1M Mrib...1.-
sluggish l nr. They Gainesville Sun, the Tallahaa-ee Tal- senator is fairly entitled to a betendterm. fled to vote iu Florida John"
h'aU l"tys betted rlita"Decor .! -Jasper dropped his "pepper lox" and u MIIfl I a* ..III'. itee.. .- .'-
"W. here u need.StE.-21n, the Live Oak Crescent, I I I \e"s. even swallow fied. I.
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1 1I WHEN WILL YOU BEGIX.l Good Common School Education. JIM (ILEX. TALKS.
0 YOU I the most; iuiiiortint question for Every b-.y and girl that is educated Will sour the sweetest disposition and
transform the most even tempered lov-
. WITH A LAME BACK ? M MW "]many is to decide when they will be- should be able to-- What He Says Will Happen if Call AN OLD able nature into a cross-grained anJ'

?in !<. raise cattlt To get the best results Write a good legible hand. irritable individual. ..

Irxmbfc Makes You Xtable.yns1t II from this branch of farming will Spell the words in ordinary use. Enters the Race. If impatience or fault-finding are
SORE ever excusable it is when the body ii
. everybody who reads the news- require state planning. Know how to use these words Hon. James E. Alexander is one of tortured by an eating and painful sore

4ri b are to know of the wonderfuliJ' Before you get the oatilejou needto peak' aud write good English. the most confident/ men in the world. It is truly discouraging to find after
cures made by Dr. and faithful of external remedies that the
months of diligent use place
! Kilmer'Swamp-Root, arrange for plenty of pasture and Add a column of figures rapidly. He says he Is absolutely certain of
remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever. Every chronic sore, no
I l the and great bladder kidney remedy.liver :forage for then Deci'le this question Make out an ordinajy account. being nominated for congress. Mr., matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous

1' r It Is the peat medi- first. Then set to permanent grass Receipt it when paid. Alexander all8a 'i if ex-Senator constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases
I remain in the system or, it be that some long hidden poison-perhaps
; may
U cal triumph of the nineteenth -
sutficieut room for Arrangefor Write senatorial there
pasture. an advertisement for a local Call: enters the race
and its destructive work.
) J' century; disc Cancer-has come to the surface begun
b covered after years of growing various forage crops fur new spaI'..r. will be a second primary, and that The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh

a, Iii;+ scientific research by green fred must of the yea!. Write notice or report of a public the second race will be between Mr. and the skin regains its natural color. It is
Dr. Kilmer! the emi- through the circulation that the acrid, corroding
pent kidney and bladder Fortunately this is uu easy task in meeting.Vrito. Call aud Senator:; Taliaferro. It was fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it K

specialist, and Is the South. \ an ordinary promissory note. announced some time ago that Mr. irritated and inflamed. S. S. S. will purify and'

.-jerfulty UA kidney successful, bladder In promptly, uric acid curing treu- 1Vehavethe I best pasture; grass in Reckon the interest or discount on Call had acknowledged that he was invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or
a* fresh rich blood is carried to the
Disease which is the worst other hurtful materials are out
d 1'Brlrtu'l the world Bermuda.Ve have it fur das months and 'i in Hon John N. C.
of kidney trouble. many i years. wrong charging/ diseased parts, new tissues form, and the decaying flesh begins to have a
pr. &)mer s Swamp-Root b not reo- other grasps to help this-Johnson, Draw on ordinary bank check. Stockton with his defeat for senator healthy and natural look; the discharge ceases and the sore heals.
but if have kld- i I II S. S' S" is the only blood purifier
,! w Ares de4ior a bladder:everything trouble: it you will be found Orchard, lied Top, Arctic Rest-ue, etc. I Take i ia the proper place in the iu 1S97, and that he would supportMr. "Several years awOo my wife had a the..v- is guaranteed entirely vege
and treated ay
nJ'tU remedy you need. 1 1 has been tested Then we have the Clovers for pasture. bank tog. t the cash. Stockton for senator in the primaries vera best physicians sore leg bat was received no fceneflt. table. It builds up the blood and

...mans ways In hospital! work in privatejfIIIItCI. hay and forage all three. In the line Make n-at and correct entries in next year. Recent developments Oar druggist advised her to try 8. S. S., tones up the general system as no
**{the helpless too poor to purmd which she did. Fourteem bottle eared other medicine does. If have
-ua rtllef has proved so successful of forage >corn, sorghum pt'II./i. day. Lost and ledger. I however, indicate that Mr. her and she has been well ever 11 ace. you
of write and
special has J. B. MAEOLD,22 Canal St., a sore any kind us getCohon.If.
a arrangement
,31wtMt made by which all readers of this paper pindars!:, rape| beggar weed, cassava, Tell the number of yards of carpet Call is still "fiore"! onIr.. Stockton. .Y. the advice of experienced and

yeas M|have Rut already tried it. may have a potatoes, turnip, etc. A long and required for the parlor. II Should the ex-senator enter the race skilled physicians for which no charge is made. Book on Blood and SkiD
Waft sent free by mail also a book Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFICthat CO., Atlanta G.
jjtej spy oat about Swamp-Root and how to varied list. Measure the pile of lumber in the I he has many friends throughout the .
let ou>*you have kidney' or bladder trouble. The question is not can we do it, shed. state who will give him loyal supportin -
mention reading this 1
ttei writing generous but will we do it? Tell something about the laws of his endeavor to return to the United I.
dtr to thk paper and I
1 our address to .. :: Amid the V ril'llalld boundless resources health, and what to do in case of States senate! Gainesville Sun.
.KIlmcr&Co.Blng- ,,,wyadoq
N. Y. The N' of the South no one thing emergency. I. I

...nIar fifty cent and Bom*of ip- toDt promises much to her permanent Know how to behave in public and Velvet Beans on.Pine Saplings.H. .

&t are sold by all good druggists. writes in Biliousness
glass of cattle A. Faucett, of Ocala,
prosperity as the raising or in society. / / Makes
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- we might say stock of all kinds. With Be able to give the great general the Southern Cultivator: ,
RAISING CATTLE / Chronic Invalids.

... the prwnt and prospective active principles of religion. "I note in your valuable paper an 3\\
,, inquiry about velvet beaus. I will J' '//// When the liver is torpid, and fails to do its c
markets and high prices for everything Have good knowledge of the Bi jj the bile enters the bcoi! as a virulent poison. Then
i I Ai n approach the harvesting oft try to give such information as I can.I i 1
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in this line the inducements are ble. II.Have. I / cornea constipation, triliousaeaa, sick headache, fevers (

crow for 19113*> and- the arrange. some acquaintance with the think them the salvation Florida; //// and raaUna. The only treatment that pvea the liver justA

Qtatef plans for 19U4 it is well to very great.Poultry will old worn !'1 the right touch and elan Nature's work ID the ngfit
eggs, butter, cheese:! milk three great kingdoms of nature. III. they grow on any poor Ii'iij I i{ \\
manner isrSLTCEB
teuslder what plans if we are I
I any, out laud aud will do well on land
I 1 beef, leather, I'ork. lard, mutton, wool, Have some knowledgeot the fundamental !\I\\ I \\I II
suklag for raising cattle. This is ajut horses, mules, cows and pigs, all d-- principles of philosophy and that will not yield ten bushels of corn ,EI\ i \\\ .uv ti }! PILLS"ANoTONiC 111 1Ji!,I IP

We think it a I
of farming. very to the acre. They will make about .r-' \ I PELLETS b, 8.It
nand high figures and find ready astronomy. Iftf/ ;;
important It U as much to the
l part sale. sufficient common sense toget twenty bushels:: of picked beans! : per \ The pC] touches the uvir, asa the pellets was. tIo / l /

taUrwt of the farmer to grow cattle V under circumstances. \\ \\\ system. Z
acre ordinary
Now then as you are looking aheadto ; along iu the world.National Ed- \\ .. : .. '
u it U to1 grow com or cotton or They are as good a cow feed as I ,
ucator.To 25 doses lucdngsezt'arAn i ; :! 1Jlhn- l1J.
future for live stock \
crops arrange
plio know of and hogs do well on theiu ; '1 less your caelr:redr; :' '-", you / .",,
to come in. \ -nll te Fen belure V t tfi have been taught to look upon i the Editor ot the Ocala Banner. make solid lard and meat. They are 't\ \ Sample f,ec. For sale _ts/

cattle rowing as a separate branch of Get the bet breed* for the purpose AUDEXDA.This fur superior to cow peas for feed or for '" "lIlGOW_ ,_-' '! .... .' z '

i start, one that the farmer proper you wish, give attention to health and as a common school education fertilizer, When they srct, ripe they ,', I, 'Jf' :;;. "=:.:........;........:"-..-... -;>";" .

oat not directly interested in This food aud you will get ready money i is fairly complete with a correction do not shell out on the ground, and /V. ,.,. ): .27. ],

ti i jrcat tuiitUke. It is as much the audcl ?ar profit from this branch offlirming. be just whenever the h.,- .. .
can picked : -- -
or two and an addition or so as: .. ::::: -
duty\ of every farmer to raise cattle a* .- toutbern Cultivator.A mer has time. The vines are easily ...--
(I). Tell something more of the POST or PICK ))ur(: STOKE. O.iLt. ni. ..
feral* grain. plowed under, as they become very : .
laws of health. Learn to know your
The farmer: expect to get his profit GOOD SUGGESTION.To when the beans get riffs'foe
own physical and mental machine as ,I e..C50........
flow that he Iot'lll'l. Hence it U very plauteis here pUut them iu their
thoroughly as possible.II eee. _
lll iMtUnt to cell that which bring,
melons when they are laying them
the Editor ot the Ocala Banner.
( ). There are hundreds of truth 8
to Urpft l>rotU. Fold and clothing I Verona" and the melons taken out
II As "a Wker on in that by, as are
I ful and wise books in the world. Read

ffu("are tb r two chief lines of pro' will you kindly accord me a few linesin those more and the bible less. the beans take' the field and grow I kingAdvertisinglOne

betlon your valuable pal'i'r.iuch:: a treat, rank to a depth of two or three feet. .
III Have
( ) a more thorough acquaintance ;
Till uttl"jinn these two together both intellectual and mu i-al to ray The old fields of Florida: are rapidly
with the three great kingdoms
I ui enable the farmer to sell his graiu nothing of the toothsome viands, as I of nature than those mentionedhere. beiilg fenced and planted iu beaus to : P&.y \ \ \ : i

UK! forage and hay for a much higher was ottered Deal Thursday night by I fatten cattle. I have: cleaned and | Q

Mkylhan othrrtti i r. the rector and ladies of Grace church, (IV). Astronomy has but little importance shipped this eon about 700) bushels, i 8

Oral and hey. will bring about is seldom enjoyed outside of a large II. the every day businessman prices! ranging fnnu ;;1 to :S1.20: per 8

trim t. much if first turned iu'o bushel.. A barrel of beans in the hull

tub aDd hider and wool, etc., as if city.The hall not large, the rostrum, or of woman life is, but unquestionably a correct philosophy the will make about 50 to 55 |ouiids ot : I One drop of water does not make the ocean :

*Uln their! criminal, condition.M low, the instrument no doubt j tried shelled beau They are planted a One grain of sand will not make a shoreS .
great st knowledge man or woman (I
njr mm mike large profits t by all lie considered. three feet in the row, two .
by moving, were to apart .
can acquire. To have a knowledge .One feather does not make a bird '
kmc the food "tuU'< and: the cattle These surmounted. iu to insure a stand.
were acceptably beans a place !
sufficiently great to be able to give a
std One leap will not make a frog :
feeding tbe cattle and selling the The music presented convinced us They do best on light laud. On :
good description of the words, justice: ,
I "< freedom .
fairness, equality, liberty, '
fl'kIaN, hider, tallow, wMl, etc., sweet power of music," surely Ocala's : vines anti should be planted thinner. .
then to seek to live up to and endeavor .
*C If this tau ln done, then the music lovers will realize how delight. Old Siuplius pine laud is the best for .
to get others to live up to these .
lanaiujo eau raise the food and ful it would be for thew to prove of them. Ring and top the pines aud .
principles is the greatest triumph a ,
I bed the cattle! to eon uUle it hat a the beius. They will run ;
I their klD!>bip. common school education! and is in plant .

: irtiUe room for profit lie ran Mr. Williams' rendering of "Vtr twenty feet up old trees" .
I I itself a complete education, and is a
Itfii upou the grain, grass and hay highly appreciated. Those
ginius" was
result which is but seldom attainedby

.' lit \profit, aud the another and high- who have ieeu Booth or MeCullough means of higher schools. It will i Busy Port Inglis. And so it is with most things in life. and :

V petit uwu[ the growth of the in the play, might well decide that )Ir'illial'ls Mr. R. A. Alfred, of Port Inglis, o
; lead to logical thinking aud reasoning especially is it true that one advertisement S
Waists \\ had protitted by Dome was visitor to Ocala Saturday and
; it will enable the possessor of suchan g will not make you a successful advertiser. 8Q
IXTEKtKKENCE.Tbime hints thus obtained. education to sip the kernal of spoke very enthusiastically: of the

two braucne of farm work What can I say of the lecturer? growing injjiortanceof this new poit.He ) Layout a line of publicity and put it in .
truth from the heap of chart and hs: ;
I j Rtogtthrrro nicely that there is no (written with a capital L.) His at- I I informed us that more phosphate
it creates a desire to know "what is"and Qe
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blrrfmoc whatever with one home-ness of his subject, his humor, was shipped t'ro-ii there !'as
learn was" in
seek to : order
11 1, hlhff, On the canttary they actualffcrlprach his love for the beautiful, speaking, I. mouth than from any other port it>
to draw some ,luctions as to g
I (,th-'r. The Kra,,s and love as "one who loves his fellowmen : Florida. THE OCALA BANNER,
"what can" and "will be". It will
t r.:1: no te allt"tt iu greaterthe Ilumtior was simply fine; I know, I Four ships are booked for loading
i enable a j>erson to learn to read be g '-e v v? Tha.t Will Pay v? v? 3 .1
h+ '. manure furuMifdI though, be will pardon the "lookeron next month and Mr. Alfred says that
tweeu the lines and if natural common -
.,die cattle and the cattle can tie ," when he adds, the speaker I they are coming and going with -
sense is his or hers in tD

1 Ceea and fattened eheaj er because seems much more gifted with his pen such a (common school eduatiou, great reiulrril 0m 9 @ I
1 he will easily recognize the fact that I Itll..re

j ba... rasa gftihrr ami ctrl to sum this all up\ or as politicians! is not much else but brute cunning ha just visited that! section says of it : Q0S.1

4uiw.Iv" a great dart aii-l: thus rave fond of tayiug, "to cap the "Inulisis situated about eighteenwiles
are falsehood, trickery anti niott i 11 % 1.11:4,
ttertpense or cutting l'tJrlnl, I.OB1 climax," why can't Mr. Little be southeast of Dunnellon oa theWithlacoochee
inhuman senselessness, injustice and HANf
1 ic iI6tJ ..\ Ilug.Tkes.tlirrnrlrb, invited to give usa lecture during the I river, and fifteen BROTHERS'CASH
world of he
j in this ours aud
miles from the gulf by the river mul
the Unit loot) u* to winter, adding his name to the "Lec- I 1
will set to work to help right thingsSARTORIOUS. seven through the country. The MAIL ORDERaHOUSE
Rally Ita-rea.-? the nuaulty and ijualM ture Count to which we are looking

the <. ';|l.... Thin is true of that forward with so much interest. With I I I I river the state.is: one The of the ride most on the crooked boat 13 the in Wholesale Liquor Dealers. t tt

Nt shah tbry cou-umeaud IIho of Mr. Little, the scholar, the traveler, Wants Martin a Tuskegee. mouth of the river is both wild and
ii.'Hru i is such s Authorized, Bottlers awl Wholesale Dfu1in \Vm. J. Lemp I
bU'h are l.4Iu..umt'\llIy the orator, the lover of our growing I weird. Game plentiful t>
le Prof. Jos. L. Wiley: of Fessenden I and also. fish andoystersiu Brewing Co's 6t. Louis Beer. f
r.rlbfr' deer, turkey quail, fi
'arllily rod those! which I town, "all the world loves a lover. i
Academy, is in New York and express j I. season, and mosquitoes of
-lIU&.1lJllOu the tuarkft I am sure there could be uo greater stud colors. 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla. ;
"tern to see the Board of Control of all varieties, ages, sex-s
three coundrratious and
treat ottered. the Slater Fund, and will make an "One would be surprised at the PRICE Li.sTri, .o.APPLICATION..
Is1 othrr, that might), U presented I IVho Then if the lecture was supplemented amount of business in phosphate
eflbrt to secure an appropriation to
ImjM.ruul it is to the farRheumatism I with musical: selections by Ocala's done at his place. Inglis is owned.

trl.. to raise tattlt. I gifted artists: irrespective of creed, I I help his equip school.the industrial departmentof by phosphate the Dunnellou is hauled Phosphate here by Co.railroad The, C I. G R AC E. .

know I voice the sentiment of OIT
I He says: built by the company, loaded onto to
citizens, wheu I say give us Successor toJCentral Lumber Co.
I 'fhe school is well located to help barges!! which are also constructed by

** '* tilt use't (,'\\iii\g the rh.'Mimatl the lecture by. Mr. Little, the lUusic..' the masses of colored youth iu Central the coinpauy, they having a shipyard Dealer In
till '*. by our home artists and we will shout at this place, then are floated down the
Uai U tit i aunts irtr bring die and South Florida. If the color-
-. and from there and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried'FlooringCeiling
the praises of a most delightful even- mouth of the river, Rough ,
** ed youths of Florida are trained to towed out to the gulf and loaded on and and Brick.
*!low l th.t his rut!ertn&s are very under the shadow of "our Siding, Lathe Shingles
"i' Ufa the t'-rturri of the rack. ing spent | habits of thrift and industry throughthe bhips. Most of this phosphate goes

,R't I ltM tars tau his fu disease in*.* |* ..hat will per- owu vine and fig tree." B. agency of a large industrial to foreign countries.: A large number Manufacturer of

: f,4 ktdua< to Umusands of grateful here millions of dollars of men are given employment, Columns and
> sa.avid.. Has Seen All the Races. school many Turned Ballusters, CasingsINewels, Door
t. and thousands of dollars are paid out
(food's Sarsaparilla Capt. Joha L. Inglis is in New will eventually be added to the taxable in wages every two weeks. Millions Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

b' -' York and is witnessing: the yacht wealth o! the state, to say noth- I of dollars have been spent already by Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
add In
tu-utriHirt the
T,liM.L'AyPPu1tb* -bhl1 the disease dei-ends. commrv races. He hasn't missed seeing a ing of the peace aud happiness which the company in improving and deepening receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

f;. 'P1DIt 1u: !inatee ate f\"turn.It. and Try tren2trrfns Hood's. the. race since America first won the cup.m j it will bring abotr." I the river and making a horbor." sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly.



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b,-avy 1I"t.t'o-lIlt1rroW" tli!- with pbojhatrJCK ioal quit m AUeiiTi c!)umy ual-f. w'"l HISTOR OF COUPON THINGS. I ,.-- -- .-

iwiui' l il! [ OFHOOR I IMother's f lo u whi h hi- hau- could g.-t. rbausfr ,.( vtLa, "Lich Ii i !

became blistered, ai.d IIn ae-.ouat of we hojto "'some day. j
rote Editor of the Oc&U Banner
his Hcknes-.-, of courv, (-.ud! not Aa we >.ere dt- :;ri.u, of getting our Gobelin tapestry i* ocalled from a'' TOMPKINS

keep up w ttls the r- rfl.rwhi'b, tit" boy borne, and beia< unable to have ,
noted lioufr in Pan in the suburb of .
Letter Which Will Meke was ordered to uke his pants down communication with anyone except

aid wa held hy tuoiiKjn-- whiittie through; Mr. M.i.-on '.r his azmti-. ::;. Marcrl, formerly{ jOMes ed by the I 'f--
i I Fine Millnl is the
Every Motor's Heart Weep. strap was applied by a manatoui writ:hiug Mr. Brakr n-'jviesteil Mr. Caihon u: famous Wuii.J. r-*, whet:uf ihr chief, i i I I I rv d: ',' 0 ;
markets itl the
two hundred loCw.d-[ steins communicate *uh the railroad j utboritits called Giles Cohering who lived in the W'JI. ,. ;' c

p'U r.aek to work; aLd Mitt cot tJoUlg : iu retard io chartering a car I reign of Francis. He is said to have I work a dream or art. A !npi"tr t ;

able w keep up, be was again ordered to lake our U-y bom--. Mr. 'alii-oi, success: Styles novel aId a

HER SCH IS m(} PEED TO OEiTH. t' take hi" p" ',-d',wn l&ul1,-,,- 'bip-1!i I informed u.,oi lilt railroad's! orfcr iij > I I'I found a secret of dying scarlet, which defying competition and i ..r .th'
was from him called the scarlet of tbe ; p.rd ia the same mii.n'-r, A't.T wiih j'I furiii-t rj a cur for twenty fareWe comparison. Try

tis became vuntii- i weretr I Gobelins; the house and the river that
very s.ck and was } anxiou*io take him ou' Dr.j IRS. L. T. TO

Iron in!:. Tht war: or brutri.ho whj j D?Pas: said it '+*'<,ulj! nut do to move: rues by it also took the SAme name. l\s
Found With for winter
His Crime; Was an I your hat Y"4 lI. .,.t
I \jtti him then curbed lUlu. teiliu ;[ him. St-arcely could we touch him This house Louis
was purchased by
Tip in His Pocket-A Thorough pleased. Do not buy un! ; '. .
beuidu't'ut : .
him to get out of Lit right ; ] anywhere but h* w.uldcry with pain, pure

Investigation Should at Once be & ro look nl hiuu. Fbe weglil<>f i![ and changing his po-ition iu the XIV for a manufactory of all kindsof visited her srore.

Made b> the Proper Authorities the negro: bruised bis d si until it least it would c"ue hiu great paiu. curious works for adorning tbe

for the: Credit: of the State. was black and blue, and my inu
try *a-) laid in hiKCoffiu with the :| wuuldfUtk fast io the woumJs or especially tapestry, were drawn by the Opposite Pittaa: a Pa-tlJtar u:-a 's

The following h.U..r.Hiut'n by abrfcrtbicktn u.riut of the trap and the negruea'fingers |J rJAtcut by the strap tenriDiC and celebrated LeBrun in 1306. I .ue. and aiajacaa. auect ud L. If t

o.oth..r1t II. m.ke lie upon him a3 plain as it was leaving them raw a.'am. Chen I I
Years beautiful embroidery was
Leaf' fIt every mother 1.10 iecbit the first time I saw them. After called the d' ctor'i attention to this
him into almost be cartx/lic abed to bang arouui the walls of --
eating insensibility, gave mtr to put in
tlood. --- -
he lay there for four days, part of the water to bathe the raw place and rooms to make them look warm and

It was prinud in the Atlanta Se\H time delirious without any attentionor I bismuth to sprinkle on, and ab,..rb- comfortable. This work, which was n'11''Utt''trn'' '''' '' '' ''''11If11111111iltltttttmtttttttttnttnm,,, ,,,,i

John Ttui|>l : Gra e papr-July even water to drink, except as ent cotton to place over cuts and raw E:
called the
tapestry, was amusementof i W W CX.YATT ilgr. :1' .
17ib, aM reprinted in the Tampa thfme two boys would! bring a bottle places and assisted me to place abroad
rich ladies who had not much rr
Itmea this week.If full when coming from work, which bandage cover all. Although

ht told drank be- unable to raise hid head other employment either for their
mejbe! every drop our boy wag
what this mother ia it
fore taking U from his lips. When Mr. rational, conversing with iu freely, minds or bands, in a time: when | Security tlbstract Company !

places: a stigma ou the name of thie Cali! -on.:;taw his condition he had I telling us of the kindness shown him education was so little attended to.

mate and the charges should be investlicated him removed from the stockade to a by some and the brutality by others I
Matilda, the Queen of William the
to that cotbitit; like it ran cabin in hU yard on Saturday, and j The carbuncle, from which he was j

again occur. The crime cannot be the doctor, upon examenin him said suffering when arrrtted, although o Conqueror, assisted by the ladies of When buying Real Estate why not know. w :. tare -. :

be condoned that he had typhoid fever. Mr. Cam- I bruised toy the severe puuiahmekt he her court, worked a piece of tapestry:: :: buying? Let us make you an ttra sr ;
but should
undone not
son telegraphed for his father on .Sun !! received, was never given any alteDi known uow as the Bajeux upcstr, title, thereby saving you future 'r".j.J.: -

by inaction. day, which was not received until i; tion until on Thursday after our arrival which describes in a number of scenes: :: and annoyance.

A led, fciiteen years old, wulkitgtirougb Monday at 10 o'clock. The telegram : when we called the doctor's: -
all tbe events of her husband's conquest -
the country with comrade dated that :our boy was sick withyphoid attention to it and he: tanned it. -
of En r1and. Other materials. : Taxes and Paid for Noa
r Returrjed Resideilts.E
pick up an iron nut and pots it in t. fever and the doctor reported For s-eveuteen days and nights we

the chances against him. We left on : nursed him and gave him every attentiun besides ueedly work came to be employed
bis pocket for the purple, perhaps,
the first train, which was within oaehour : that our love and pity could for bangitg on the walls, such
) Address
of .throwing! at snakes or birds is after receiving the telegram, fcuggest, but all in vain, &a he grew ]i i as silk, velvet and even fancy work of

found (h it in his pocket, is ben t reachiugtbere Tue>day, the 5th of f gradually worse. His father wrote feathers. r SECURITY ABSTRACT ('O.l/P.J.\' )'

to the chain gang for "carrying con November, l&ol. It was a pitiful| home to his business: partner naming

cealed weapons," and U whipjd to bight that met our view as we enter beveral doctors for him toee with When paper began to be common C c.1h.l.F : .

ed that little cabin door. There lay regard to hating them come to attend in EnJland attempts were made to
severely that Le dyes of his irjurit IIIIIIUIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIUIjlllll' ' '
our poor boy, w ho had al way s been i our boy in case he should send a telegram supply the place of these catty bang- l'll'l11'i"1"i"1"' " 'wSTRAUSS'

In atrocity and cruelty, the DeCiis flat for them. On
troug and healthy, ou his back: Monday nioruiMg -
materials and
ings by cheaper : as they ----- =
matter-the whipping of a while and not even able to raise bU head, the lath of Xovember.thtre being
were hung up so lie :lpt'ris said to be
woman-which aroused the prens and with his back cut with a trap, his i no improvement in our boy's coast STRAUSS'

people of Georgia to a degree that thepriK lands solid blisters, and the fleh i tion, Mr. Brake gave the manage hung, even though conveniencecauses 76"

worked to a pulp or jelly so he could I meat a telegram to be bent for the it to be pasted on the wall mj -
>n superintendent was driven
not even shake hands with u*. There doctor with whom his partner hadprHiouJy j stead of being merely hung up before:

from office, in nothing in cOw &ri..nto he lay, helpless m an infant, with made all nece-ary ar- them. uTIe) FiQest" ROYAL RESERVE

this mother' awful ale of horror. only negro boy priaonerto attend I rangeuieuts. )Ir. Brake wad expecting
The of is derived
The following is her letter: him and give the medicine. MrCallUon the doctor the succeeding two origin foolscap,

had him with days and had from the fact that Charles I granted Fi FULL QUARTS Four Quarts
at the
provided a a conveyance
Milledgeville. (ia., July 16, 1MJ3.to $6 00 $3 50
bottle[ of pluslang liniment for his station to meet him. As the doctordid to certain parties a monopoly of the T DELIVERED Delivered a
: the Editor of the Atlanta News.Beini
bruises. Although we were rejoicedto I not come, Mr. Brake made in- manufacture of paper and every sheet
a mother, naturally I fe, l
; find him able to recognize us, and I quiry at the office of the manage< l.'"
1 deeply interested in the welfare all bore in water marks the"ro 'al sews,
to bee his face light up with bappi. i! agement, with whom he had lutru"ted -
children, and tcH.-au.-e of this interestI I but the parliament, under Cromwell,
ness as we advanced t', greet him, tbe telegram, and the one r in

write you, not that anything that yet, on the other band, his utter help charge a:..uretl him that the telegram made jests of this in every conceive- Every bottle of genuine
or I car. do would rettore to
you my
1 lees condi'iou filled our hearts with i bad been eut promptly at noon uu L able manner and ordered the "royal
cad hurt and borne my precious boy,
grief. Monday, the ISth of November, and "
be removed from the
arm! to
but, perhaps, by giving publicity io : paper
The next afternoon, after our arrival ,, we never knew why the doctor did
tbo following facts it may toe the and the foolscap and bells substituted.
the manager, ( Mr. Calhsnu' ), not come until we arrived at home
means of saving the life of home innocent Of these were removed after
who left for Game.ill- with the of course
upon receiving corpse our boy, when e Pabst
I whose
ambition to work
oy our telegram that we were ou the :( learned! that the doctor bad been the restoration but paper the size; of
and become feelf-supporting and to
way,'arrived, meeting u* fur the tifttlwe I waiting for the telt'grfompbicn nercame. parliament journals always retained
avoid the long and tedious applica-
in the little cabin where our .
lion of study which is required to the name of "foolscap." X.
poor boy lay. During the conversation i On Thursday evening, the 23d ofi
complete an l'ducalIonlt"avt{ :, tcbooi,
which followed be showed us j November, the two young men who A New Jersey Editor's Testimonial.
ta did my jx<)r child-a large, strong, Blue Ribbon
letter from Dr. DePas, the attendingjbfeiciiin were arrested tbcame time
healthy, big-bearted, noble toy. He my M. T. Lynch, editor of the Philips
( in which be Mated that : boy was, having served their Lenten
WISH u cadet in the military college ntthit due;, F. J. Daily Post writes l, "I have
our boy should hate been sent to 11 i;tea, came in to gee our boy, and iu
been in
{place, having school! :io,.pllal inroad eta pri ju. Mr. Cal-p the preseneeof one .>f the employesof Used many kinds of medicines fur
since he was HX years old. He bad I *
isuii S'ated that be went before the the company told us of the cruel p coughs and; colds in my family but
become divatiaSed and repeatedly bears the trade-mark Pabst Jlilvaukee" *
asked hist father ro let him quitfcchool, ) board of prison comuiUsiouen withthis I! treatment our 6oy had been subjectedI have never found anything so good a3Fol@S'IIloney

letter and had our boy released I to while at the stockade, which corroborated
and go to work, which ftUt.tViiI i and Tar. I cannot s ly
from prison, which was done our boy'g statement.
refuted hIa btwlk, us: .he wished him to complete: for the purpose, of having the promised to come back the next too much in praise of it." Postoftice \ in a red circle. I In the

money refunded which he paid for morning at 9 o'clock and give uas! Drug Store. m
,.Dn the morning of the
2J of October -
my ton's )labor, and to be reimbursed they expressed it, lithe whole thing." of Pabst Beer
J9'J1: which wad his sixteenth! AN OPINION OF PLATFORMS. making
for the doctor hills medicine Next
etc. morning they came, but the
birthday, he left home without our
Mr. Callison spoke very freely with manager (Mr Callister) met them

knowledge or consent (wearing his regard iv his influence in Alachua and, as we were alterwards informed To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. The barley is right
cadet uniform) and worked bis
way county, seemingly to convey the I iwprts. by the boys and the house girl, wouldnot The recent appearance in this state
to Morriston, Flu., where he f-ecured
.-ion that u suit against him admit them to see us and made of candidates' platforms reminds me -
employment for a limited Urn- (i'-
Ing to Waldc, h
} of bis connections and "pull" Calli on brought us from Savannah a
hid truuk. While at Waldo he met platforms, and possibly it mightbe
with the ('OUlll)" officials. In sKak- stick of Griswould salve to use for
two young men who were goin :the of well, at least, interesting, to print The water is right
ing leasing the prisoners, for another planters ou the bruises and: pustule.

tame way to pick orange My lion year. Mr. Callison said! that he Hoping this will prevent a reps i- his opinion of platforms: and their
jtfiiignick At the time with cerbun-
ha/:s-ecured th rn at another man's tion of anything. of this charot-.-r, 1 authors. That good old democrat
cleon LH the two I The is
hip, men plant rightThat's
young bid; sari, "ihere's hulLing like! stau d. am, MRS. \V. J, ftxa6li. said:
tried to relieve his sull-rint best
; as ing in with the f.ftieiala"! ; said whil 1*. :;.-On our arrival twin Florida
ih' y could, l I.ut before they could get 'Citizen ThU\-uinesof making I
fixing the contract lease with with the
the body, a pOrt mortem was
away from Waldo they were arrested: ing platforms is a new invention unknown why
Q Uilty cotiiuili-ioners, the prosecuting held by Jive of our best physicians, 1
and taken before Home officer and
attorney J1mtin and Eats, "Hello, th. irde i-,1 u being that h<* ,!it.lllr to the old democracy, WhO
without trial, my son was sentenced
captain, all tbu busmen goiugon! and nepuuoemu caused by cruel treat"rntnt had no !platform but the constitution
for feisty day for concealedweaious 1
carrying I'm not in it?" paid be and
: answered neglect. and
which consisted of an iron --no aim but the public good :
"Yes Colonel, are in --- ----
tap rapped in a piece of an old! umbrella I Owes his Life to Neighbor's Kindness. they arc generally the work of demagogues
it. want to get an opinion) from
cover, which he had in his of the 1iieer
said he M. D. Daugherty, wdl known who have no thought
lou, aria twetity-five dollarsto i
pocket. The pa-aeaer train was held 1 throughout Mercer and !Sunnier
the proaeci'.ting, attoru -y'+ office asa cou-itiiuiion, IN 'bought of the r-nun-
until beuteiic! could be pa-sed on retainer. Mr. ; W. \'.i., mo-t likely, owes his life 'i
-;ou saui idler ne try, no thought anything bin toget
them They were then taKen tll I met the i to the kindoern of a neighbor. Hew
provouting attorney at the office and it changing fur
Gainesville keep ,
where ,
they were routinedin as almost hopelessly allhcted with I
elation and be sid "that
t weutyIi -
jail fur the night, and the next I \. came in very well a* I have to diarrhoea; was attended: by two physicians i that purpo-e with every ch"ngt1'faJuiiui'tration

morning were taken to Dutton to who him little if anti ot
make a trip down the road an-1 that gave any, swearing

work.in the pho-i l'hate mines at thatpbce. will pay my expenses! and, by theway relief, when a neighbor! learning of every creed that runs an hour. It has I

In going from the station t() uis serious condition brought him a
the I'll have that opinion ready in a been mv prerogative to kick overthee.
mines: my tou was so sick he few days and with the opinion bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera:
could not sit goes platformI was bred in apolitical
up leaned over on and Diarrhoea
which cured
every thing el.-e." Mr.I Callisoa toldus Remedy,
the negro by whom he whool in which they were
sat, his cap further that it would be im(>o
falling oit'bevvral times on the way for any one to do any thing wIth him For sale by all druggists and medicine unknown. The constitution was the !

My poor child, as iok aa he was, had dealers.! m For Sale by
Alachua school
in county, as he stood in only platform known in my ,
sleep without bed
or a blanket
that night. They made him roll with all the officials.Mr. Mrs Julia Palmer and BOU, Whit and the only one to which I swear.
a : Brake
was in communication "If is made beyond the constitution STRAUSS & CO
-- field, are visiting in Ocala and are the one .
with some of the officers of the law ,

Fearful Odds Against Him. and order league at Gainesville Fla., i guests of Mrs. J. P. Hilburu. Mrs. it is surplusage; ; if short of the

Bedridden, alone and destitute. who asked for a statement of the Palmer, we are pleased! to learn, will constitution, it is defective; if different -
Such, in brief wa! the condition of facts, which was sent them with the again make Ocala her home and will from the constitution, it is void ; Wholesale Liquor Dealers'

an old soldier by the name of ri. J. request that they have fifty copies of In
it is
Havens Varsailles l'robaLlyoccupy the Hell huge on if the same, superfluous. any
i: 0. For years he same printed and distributed

was troubled" with kidney disease and the grand jurors that they might among investigate Fort King avenue. event, then, these platforms are, to me OCALA FLA.

neither doctors or medicines useless-to! many pestiferous their
gave the case. .
They replied they Bucklen's Arnica Salve. -

relief. At length he tried Electric didn't think it altogether proper to Has world-wide fame for marvelloui authors, stocked cards, which they

Hitters. It put him on his feet in distribute copies of the when the is won.
!statement: ; cures It surpass any other salve, throw away game

short the order and now he testifies, "I'm that they would suggest that he satisfy lotion ointment or balms for cuts And old "hard-money" never livedto Try .
ou road to
Best complete recovery." himself first that he was l legally corns, boils,sores, felons, ulcers tetter, seesome very recent platforms j
on earth
for liver sate
and kidney in the
statement. salt rheum, fever sores, chapped
troubled bowel and all forms of stoiiach and Fiorn the tone of the letter it would hands, skin eruptions, infallible for either. OLD TIMER. THE BANNER JOB ROOMfor
Only 50c. Guaranteed seem to indicate that they were piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 2'c. at

by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store afraid to prosecute the; -ase! therefore Anti-mopoly Drug Store and Tydicgs FOLLY IIOiIYA.'mAR
and Tydings & Co. 1
m we thought it Useless to bring a crim & Co. m jorcAUdr'.. a '. av'e. N. epfatee Your Commercialt PIAII9.


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i Former President Enjoys Klmwrf ,

i With Cld Colony Club Guests FOB CALEB POWERS Come to Our Store

I New Iota August 31.-,roraier '' esI I -- .- -
ident Grover Cleveland baa been making

SUPPLY OF' COTTON. j I merry with the members and Third Trial Terminates at ; For Shoes .
guests of the Old Colony club at a ,

clam bake on Marshall's Island, saysa Georgetown
I Ky. I
Times special from Bourse, Mats.

I The fea'tiue of the day was a short VERDICT CAUSES SENSATION. I We have the Lest line of Cheap and Medium

humorous address be made. ii i I, Grade} Shoes handled in Ocala, and we guarantee
"Within the past few years" he said, Formtr
Secretary of State Charged
Stint "I have I every pair solid leather .
Stotenjent as out teen widely Jeered and derided
) hy Secretary With Complicity in the Murder of. Your back if
for spending: so much of my timeat money un any purchase you

fhhin;. For these who jeer and Governor Goebel, Has Now Been I want itCHAMBERS. . .
Hester. deride rte: I have only a Quiet and unqualified Sentenced to Hang. I
contempt. 1 go fishing be 1

cause I like it, and I nope that I will Georgetown, Ky., August 31--The SHOE CO,

_-- continue;;: to go fishing until as near third trial of Secretary of State
2ud door from House Block Ocala Fla. '
corner Opera ,
the es/di;; of the chapter as possible."I Caleb 'Powers for complicity in the

should lilts to say riht here that murder of Governor William Goebel
REPORT SHOWS DECREASE. I am more interested In the protectionof HI anuary, 1900.! closed shortly before

the Calling at Buzzard's Bay than noon today with the extreme i>en-

about cur hoary-headed; infant Indus ally of hanging for the Jstlnguished:
tries. I care mere for those fishing prisoner who has been In the penitentiary

interests than I do about the policy for three years on life sen

of the next federal administration i tences. The verdict of the Jury, "guiltyand
Made from Special Cable and
It is up Telegraphic hope that the Old Colony club ulll the punishment of death," was re

keep up its fight for the protection of! ported Into court at 11:20: o'clock to-

Advices, Comparing Figures of This Week fisheries. Let there be bO relaxations[ day. Several hundred peoplo crowded
nor compromise! Keep up the fight the court room when the verdict

unceasingly was read and the most Intense silence

and those of Corresponding Week "Perhaps some of you are aware thatan prevailed. The Jury was polled and .

interesting event has recently taken each man declared the verdict of gull

l of Last Year Etc. place In our domestic circle[ I am to be his finding.: Powers sat unmoved .

proud to say that another future fisherman while his attorneys asked for timeto
has quite lately increased the make a motion for a new trial

UNIQUE PENSION FRAUD. population of Buzzard's Bay by one Arthur Goebel broke down from

Ktw Orl<*os, August .-Seco "\ ....., some people are in the habit the strain on hearing the verdict of

tirj H it<<'. statement of tho world's of telling fish stories and some pea guilty. The jurors decline to state
Mrs. Melton Drew $4 faille! supply cf cotton made up from as pIe, notably a well known physician ol what occurred in the Jury room.
Her Husband
.j cUl l cable and telegraphic! advicescemj my acquaintance, are accustomed to George Wyatt was foreman.
rM the figures of f& week Savannah Ga., August 21.-Special weigh their catch of fish on their own Arthur Goebel. brother of the victim

ittfc i Aft )ear aa,. the year before. Itdort pension examiners: have unearthed: are'nsion private scales! Although ihU happy is a prominent merchant at Cincinnati

l de crea4 u for the wet,k just fraud here that they consider event was not the occasion for telling and has spent his time and

tiufod of 144.533 bait against a de- unusual. any unusual yarns, I put by Osh scales fortune for over three :years in the

pease cf 88.&C9 I last year, and a te A woman represented: herself as the Into .requisition and weighed my latest prosecution of those accused of being

peas of 174ti52 i j.car before last. widow of her brother, who was killed! catch honestly and the tall was tlD in a conspiracy to kill his brother.

I It* tout vUlble is l.ls'J.lU' against In the civil war. The examiners say even 9 pounds." Powers has been convicted twice before

Uik 1 lait "'(' k; 1,313,354:: last year it is the first case of the kind that has this: being the third trial in which TROPICAL PINEAPPLE TAR AND WINE "i

r t. Ud i4.e year bet ore !as:.. Of come to the d 1rtm'nt's notice In YACHT RACE POSTPONED. the Jury brought in a verdict of guilty
20 is backed than Jlillion: Dollars of Florida
t (hit, the total of American cotton is years. against; himself. At the previous by more a

I H.144 asalnst ISO.677 last wee 797. Isaiah Owens was the soldier In There Will Probably &s a Contest trials he escaped with a sentence to capital.It .

IS4 last year and V22.G2G: : year before the unicn army upon whose account on Monday-Weather Unfavorable life imprisonment, as the evidence was

lot tat of all other kinds, including the claim was made. His widow, Kew York, August 31.--The regatta not sufficiently strong against him to cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It .

EjTjrt.: Brad, India, tcr.. 68tt.uu- Clar.ssA; Owens, did not survive him of the New York Yacht club has lead the jury to inflict the extreme is a pleasant Tonic; gives appetite and strength*

Mitat: 744.0UO last weep, 5 G.OOO last long.His decided: that today's race between Re penalty.All .
jt u and 626.UOU year before !last. sister Mrs. Mollle Melton, who liance and :Shamrock:; shall be postponedcuing three of the trials were conducted ens the system.

Total worl.'s visible supply ot cotta lives on XVhlternarsh island, near Savannah : to the high wind and at Georgetown, and each oi If your druggist does not handle it, write to tho

&I above shows a decrease comptrtd made application, several heavy sea outside Sandy Hoot. them: he had the assistance of the
vita last week of 141.532 bales, Kara ago and hai drawn $* *O. She! The decision was reached at a meeting most abe! :'aweyrs who could be pro manufacturers Cure or no pay.

I de
ef 1C3.J10. aca & dtxrrease compared She also applied for back pensions, this morning at which a dispatch was! i-a his interest by friends and a

trim year before last of 3CS.4S2. uL'
Of tie world' risible supply of cot investigation.: The oClrers: arrested at a meeting held on board the tender cost of his repeated trials and the

tot 14 above there is now afloat and El W Bradford: a white man whose Sunbeam at Sao-ty Hook tr's morning investigation of the circumstances!! [XoiE:-Tropical Pine-Apple, Tar and Wine is

UW la Great Britain and continental! name appears in the papers as a wit it had been decided as: a coneequence which preceded the killing of Governor made from the juice of the Florida Pineapple, Pine

Eirupe 588.0UO igsinit 787,000 last noes. of the prevailing gale no attempt Goebel, in the Interest of the de
tar and Grape Wine and asbolutely} pure and a
you and .;G.COl jeir l.f.forelast; LuEtypt They are now looking for Mrs. Mel should be made to race the fense. .
ton. yachts The latest trial : true tonic.-Ep
11at'U against l&S.OOO last year was distinguished:

idi 83.rNw1) ),-ir before last: in India Whether or net the yachts will be by the fact that Powers addressed the

45 oM against! 331.WO last year and HOLINESS BAND AT WORK. sailed oa Monday is not yet known, jury in his own behalf, and in a long

ilEltri( year before last and In the / but the probabilities are that there review of the case shove himself to

tth d Stat,. ITOiHio: against: 207OW "Holy Ann and "Holy Angel": Ga Into will be one. te a very competent attorney, while

U< rear, an! ;371.oOO year before last. Many Trances. his eloquence in pleading for his life i,,
BASE6ALLISTS IN WRECK. astounded those who had watched him
ilaJtigh.: C., Au;; ua :31.-The holiness
carefully in the past trials of the case j
ptyle, as Hey are known ia
Many Injured In Accident on Wabash j
-- North wrLlhlJ.'e J again begun their 1
Nivemeyer Cup and Medals To Be wjrk in the state lar; -:ijf aacng the Railroad. MACEDONIAN SITUATION. 1j
Competed Per.X whites. Peru, Indiana, August 31.-A Wabash 1I j
train carrying the St Louis and Further Reports cf Possible Revolutionary
e.r ro k. August 31.The amateur In cue group or these: people, there I
American baseba!! Movements
Cleveland League
chinsMOIship: golf tournament are fin two being woman, ono U 1 1j
teams was wrecked early this morning Constantinople, Friday, August 23.-
*J.; te
committed on the links of tht whom Las: a*=uo.ed the name of "Holy I
lisrau; Country club Napoleon, O. Several of the play Very little news was received today 1
Nassau, L. I., Anne, wkila the other is called Holy ,> \
6tpt 1.- AngtL"? I I ers were hurt, William Sudhoff, pitcher from the foreign consulates in Mace- I i

The for the SL Louis team, having received donla. The Austrian consul at Uski 1J 1
Hiro-neyer challenge cup and The latter goes into what they call J
a cut and his wrist sprained: reports that a 'detachment: of troops
r tear medals will be competed for. The trances in which it u claimed, that ,
Sydney Mercer, secretary of the St. passing the Austrian consulate dis
HBMT of the ,
competition! will receive she communes with the spirits. Some j
> told medal Louis team, rib fracture; Emmet charged their rifles at the consulate. jI
a.ndIoill be
the chamjtoo times these last half an hour or more.
Heidrlck center fielder. St. Louis rIght No one a as hurt The person sent to I II It
amateur for the Tin
golfer attend-
year. The fanatics who thane meet
ckalfcnse> leg and face badly cut; Napoleon La open the lighthouse at Kurusap Burun, Ia
be Deli tor that
cup pe- ings often fall into fits and claim that
I tin !br> the club Joie Cleveland, knee sprained. Iniada bay, reports that it has been i
of which
he is
a memTha they, too, are with the spirits.
W Several others were bruised. completely destroyed.The .
iecond man 'will( receive a This group cl holiness people was
Cw The wreck was caused by the misreading war minister has been authoritatively
and each loser in thek$1 driven out of the town of Southern t \
of a signal. informed that a revolution
final rounds will be given a Pines by the au th 0 rlUt':>. They havea i
tIM oae nsahlTU will break cut In a few days in the
school in this state, in which there
districts of Seres, Strumatza and Ras-
competition; will be 18 at hole are some 30 or more students, who are Report Shows Increased Earnings
mach play( until the finals are re- taught how to be missionaries of this Chicago, August 31.-Tbe annual re- log. He is taking the n<"%essary military

JIIIr\e! a'f"fi |6 hole match play will faith.It port of the Chicago and Northwestern measures.
.1 OIlI""te,1, road for the fiscal ending May Bulgarians: are very numerous in that
is one cf the queerest schools in year
___-_ the ( untrr.: 31, shows that the road earned a greater part of eastern Macedonia, and their I

CREST OF FLOOD REACHED. ALTERCATION OVER OLD GLORY. amount of money in 1903 than in |. operations are facilitated by the mountainous

the last preceding fiscal year, but.that I country and its proximity tc

haw Streami Are Now Receding. II I fJ Scene of Exciteir.ent In Dining Hall ofNety owing to the increased expenses there I i i I I Bulgaria. J. F. EDWARDS': 1

York Hotel was a decline! in the net earnings. The I
I Danger Stage Passed.Kta.as New York August 31-An appeal gross income of the road from ah Turkish Barracks Bjown Up.

I fll}'. August 31.-The Ideal! to the {-alive has: followed a scene otccnsWfrable sources was $50,419.560, and the total Sofia, August 31.-An unconfirmed BIG I WHISKEY HOUSE, II
thr; ''If'a,1 t iday predicted that report i& in circulation here that the
a ; excitement in the main expenses, including dividwids amounting
i te Kit!."> \or at this would insurgents have blown up the barracks it frn f-'
dmir.o'; hall of a Fifth avenue hotel fes- tc $4o52,0441: were $9S64,030. Gainesville Ocala Fla.
"*> It- of the Turkish at Adriatopic. '
Chit.ft troops
height this afternoon
curant arising from an altercation leaving net earnings for the year o: I ----- -- -
j tart it wmlrt begin to fall slowly, ,. -
oi lie: American Cag. Colonel $523,830.! As compared with the net -

tM hat the. Mlourl, after risingarot' vcrrye R. Dyer, of the Twelfth regir. earnings for the fiscal year ended May I --_ r i
Mort '
r tint within( the next 21 r.. ear York national guaru. :a 31, 1912: the decline in net earningswas College Trustees Select President. -- :-:.
"-- ;'l! ho ;
at a standstill. in t.e! :- rcl dud a S:rl: :.- jaabll.Wireless; .
Kaa.ur''r I 3-t? in same gt I Lexington, Ky., August 31. At a e i
I If \tius! west of here oontinIt" rc : are the i>eraon:: said So have teen reefing of the committee of five .. :. :: ::-. i iI' .

t ftat -that!: fast and all danger of a tls !-1 ;*:_ nent :S.ures.Cclciiel ; Service on Lake Michigan. :| trustees of Georgetown, Ky., college ;.: ; I ; :: !

j |'" aoi; I. wreck Kansas City's D)er and tie captain were Chicago. August 31.-The first j it has been decided to recommend; Ref.I I' .::. .:. IJ.I a .
C"> Mt"1 passed. dining together. Yachting favors were wireless; telegram ever sent to Chicago I Dr. J. J. Taylor, of Norfolk, Va., for :::- I, -.
j ltbea sere. put io work today on the distributed: with the ice cream. The from bake Michigan has: been delivered -j\! president of the college to succeed Dr. ;: :;,; ..:: = .=. I
I 7
: u. : ::1 = .
w l
i t djt', of ( '
a iwrtion bearing to President James Graham. o- '! : .W. t
tat were minature yachts one ; J. D. Gray. Their action will not be i 1"1"i. Y
1 tIfI4 ruby itme! out }sterday for the sec the American any the other an Irish the Graham and Morton line. Dla- j, final but subject to approval of the ; i; 1!t -4r -

t The I flag.1'to:1: these were placed before patched from the city steamer of Wii-1 i full board of trustees :: _- '
If Kansas river nets bas gone. the militia men a stranger at aa waukee 23: miles! from the shore the i i ; I' -- j.

1 ftfe tdo.tional! two and a half feet adjoining table arose, took the Ins message was receive at the station i t Convention Bank Clerks. 1 'W' : 'v *r

j "'tlltl reat." la> while the Missouri ha flag from the captain's favor and plated in the tower of the Montgomery Wara 'I New York, August :Ci.: -\\ah the ul O w
tol't tCoffee it above the American emblem. building: two hours before the City o! I tlmate purpose of establishing .a permanent I .... _

i 1 TUe ca>>tain'i indignant! response waa Milwaukee steamed into port When national federation of its chapters I'\ I.S .\:xiiirsiK'iJiscii: UIIn : ,

Dealers Fall.Aagu !. to cut the green emblem upon thc. the City of Chicago, bound for St. Joseph the American Institute of Bank j
\Irtto, Jl-A despatch! ta FINE WINES: W-HI KIES: ndBRANDIES..
floor. Instantly there was a beaten I : met the City of Milwaukee they Clerks is planning a convention tc
j Rfcori Herald from ............. ... ....... ...... .
Canton, 0. conversed freely at p '"-__ace of ;: he held in Cleveland- on Sept. 18-13. My$:-.00 Rye or Bourbon at.._ _. 1.75 :o.fY'4 oo Gin at .. ?....___ $|08
"ft that is made here I altercation. :My 2 .., ....... ...... 2oo My \orthCaroliaa Cornat. .. !_
j announcement Colonel Dyer failing to secure tat -(J...& Th'B: will be the first convention ol My 50 II ..,.... .. ...... .. :2.56 My 2. 0" MfnDewCornat.
tht failure!: of Dannemiller & Co, WRECK: ON SOUTHERN. :My 3,00 oo ? ... .... ,.....?...... 3.00 :My 300 " .. ._ .....
the organizations of bank 4
Kati 4 .l(\n of DrcrtVljn. the amount arrest of the stranger, the matter was I cierkI My :200 Gin at ...................... ............ 1.75 My 4.00' .. .. .. .. .. ue J
j 'n\1t'e4 dropped. I iSrY 250 .' ...."..... .. .......'... .... 200 tryooReaL0glandROmat.... ..'..... ....
. lev:J =$In'.* tho>!vO failure The being failure placed is said at Train Derallsd by Spreading Rails. I Fatal Boiler Explosion. I the Jus, ti'r'( Kct; Trade 31atle a Succiul Feature. I

j 1t ltre Dr. Krause Released from Prison. Lady Injured. Baker City, Ore., August 31.-As a sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost of ings. Hall-galloe jug, !.
b Irkta
tleh**n big coffee combines.attemi'ler to the Herald from Alken, S. C., say: I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any housein Florida.becau 19i..e good.'.
of Johannesburg, whoa Railway Navigation
n. former
governor company est gocfls and tall measure. 'i'
Ita : Grocery company ofU as sentenced in London Jan. 18, 1902, Train Ko. 229 of the Southern road last night Fireman Faust was killed, A tnal order wilt convince you that"we are the people.1' Term t cashwitb theorder.Yours.aMioustooleae. .
i iWH1TE'S
eitr, > not involved. to two years' Imprisonment after having mixed, was wrecked 4 miles from Trenton Engineer! Gilman was fatally hurt J. Pi EDWARDS

W""ritd been convicted on the charge of this morning earoute to Edgefield 'I and Brakeman Wade, seriously injured I
During Target Practice. -
d' -
by rails spreading after the engine u -
"UhltC1.11 Inciting Cornelius Broeckman, the for .
August 31.Newt htiA had passed over them. Two coal! I
of Johannesburg
*" mer public prosecutor CREAM
** ?
that John T.
-/"*, r' the marine Captain corps stationed who was executed by the Brit cars, baggage car a..n.1 two passenger I Will Make Unique Display. I WORMS !' VERffllFUCE! t tI
fr* IrmorftI'rut.er ish in South Africa, to murder JohnDouglass coach* turned over Las Vegas, \. M. August :31. The ;
Brooklyn, was Mrs.. R. 'Parker, Jr., of Spartan I i Most in Quantity. Bett Is Quality.
f Foster, an English lawyer New Mexico world's fair board has J
11. r!! **11' shut} IB t.heIe, recently by I
"t.t from the run.boat la.cl1llU1. who was on the staff of Lord Roberts, burg, was severely injured internally. 'd. clded to exhibit a turquoise mine in II For 20 Years Has Led ail'Worm Remedies (WlJHffir
j s' Bentonvllle prison Other passengers escaped serious in-
&* was released from actual operation aa one of the features '
: ttl aRVGGIBT6.: :
>nj !in target practice oft i SOLD DT ALL
The roadbed
f Z7.. o* *t of FraiH It la said! the today. He expects to return to Saute Jury.debris. is covered wiLthe of its display[ at the St Louis {erepareduy- -""'"+ JAMES F. BALLARD, 5t. Louis J }

*"** U tot cia.. Ui. Africa and eschew: politics. exposition. \f &* t .. N NW1MN i it

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I k;& Written fc* the Ocala fe>saerJTHE I the Brooklyn; ant: San:: Fra-clsco aad I. -

TIDE." I CIPHER MESSAGE tf aGag that they: had brua_ coal2f. --.
Acting secretary Darling his advised r To Cure a Cold in One Day

A*the tide aIDe in, tie iilvery crescent moon CONTAINED ERROR Sscretary Haj that &s SoOn as tie
2 Shed to tbe earth its ray of mellow light Brooklyn; any Saa Francisco "!a-- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taiuts. .A "" tj on .
Mill tie hu..ell6 5-kea goldei an at nooa w:!:; cc coil: tiey will eta tor L::.1!! eve
i Sever !d $ODbo1essoW: is 12 months. This (9.cQ .
bee tagaeta.ersfSagtoteeworld'.dalgbt lftApytired& Report of Xagelssen's Assassination U2>.'.r present crcers.Lc ; past : Signature, bol.2.sc.
A*the tide ante tai a> dirt o'ersbaduttti ,
dear tore*o free from ecnhljr care
Mistake. Caaeyram P ;zle: crn::;_:'. -.
I tee mot dt the ja;l, of earthly gore
A*te te came to, I crt tie- L': .
THE CONSUL WAS FlfiEO: UPON: cf t_-ireisa off":t :'.t.e are = t
the tide went oat Ibis ume slivery moos -
pu22-; oti-r tie error Is:: :t4 .
UiBg i*ooncta'-efl behind tcant*aa&tr ttowl
thru vttteiUne B.-t Bullet, Whist Passed Ciao tc t J lUe aoacuse:;? t_ Th'e Old Standard
Tie vhit;;tno; aag sot .
siasat) of William C. Mae- a : .
Him Failed ts Inflict Ar.! Injuries
And darkens! did again the all" ecuiroodA lard asi ieysty cccaci'! at L.:.. ;.: : ;
tile tick went liltt. my ODCC contented .1 Stats Were Fired by Unknown Individual :a. They iris:e'1e-:: today Li:rr 0 Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic

teemed ailed to to where.I know not where : -Warship EnrOlote to B :rutCoL& : 8 age was trscsriuel to ue P'Isi
I winder on ais those day of old.
ct1CEC.fJ! !!> tie British tat u :
At the tide went oat I lest thee-dear : -a=.CJjh.l: st 21.-Il tranlha ;
BairarN'o has stood the 25
FJEVOI. r1rt. : tie report cLat tie United correction has teen fen fby -." test years. Average annual sales

As the tide comet ill-the beautiful tile of life. Stiles:. %'.c* Cc. sa; Xi eliStz vac tali'e3 tie aaiiassador: cr by the c-j-. over One and a Half Million bottles. Does this record I
Fair, to fair,at OB creauoa't thorn. incorrect.An :

A Lace i* teen which bids the. bands of strife czksoTs iniivid-aa: re-J: at his Glass Wcrksrs Strifes.; i of merit appeal to you ? No Cure No Pay. 5Qc
ool be
Lastly from thy fettered torn a:d tie lu'-fcCs pawed close to tis. New York August: 21.-Labor <:'.& I ,
Ai tbe tide goes out oa to the rrstle ***. Enclosed with bsrl is Tea Cent
IK -:ii LOT touch tin. Tie vaa 01Blrot tarbaaces have arisen every a Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT UVXJL pads
Learjcg naught bat thoughts of esd'.eu pam in the plasa z
afterwanU r.!!id: Vice Cot trade which
working Lave culminatedIn !
Drifting on at to eternity, : .
Then life is aetrer the same againbw1oODOTUELIA sal ltaae/ssra. Earre.,3 tti rc" oi a links of 14w glass workers is -
ALLEN Q fir LY6 Cw aaid Grs.Gd tneasuree this; city against: the Metropuluan l> .- i

the: arrest Q J ttfl Qe.'pe.srarjw. Tie trict Mirror Manuiacturea'% assixia- :

SOME INSURANCE FIGURES. error la euUss that tike Cctszl SIfr Loa and threatened suite; by Amalgainat : .
eelss:f".Ii Lad tom. kl:e.! arose Ires a :.i International: : : Glass Workers FERN HILL t

rsake ia ti.4 aphx t : 61'iWo \ union all: tort the country en Sept I RYE.
More than ten thousand millions! of
1 for a uniform! rate of wages The c
dollari of insurdbce ate now !,ring HAY RETURNS TO CAPITAL.for strike !la this city has been precipitated I

carried by policyholders in the !:tindard by each: glass ...crke'; oa applying THAT GOOD WHISKEY-
*ceives Cablegram: from Minister for i
companies alone throughout the employment bring required to f.
Leikhman-TurklGh Affair.War.G ks b!.aka ia a certi3cate issued bj I

United JSIAU-' and Canada, while the ; ::g-.lSt Zl.Socre".aryof the aoscciauoa: giving among other! H. ROESNTHAL & SOHSOlsti: Hers, Cincinnati, 0. \

total payments to policy-holders Stats ttlngi, the circumstances under: waicrhe
Hay returned to tit desk
19! rJ:, M quoted by tbe Insurance Prt *, la tie ttate department CU3 cormig.: last left employment: ::
STRAUSS & CO. Distributors Ocala
exceeded over tSSO.lW//UO; or more It was eta that La arrival inJsgt&s SCas',+ fK>.
at iris CM wu act than $4.00 for every man woman and uecurreaea Is Turkey., ti !:, accordance Bangor Me, August 21.-The four 4

child; of the ,,1l7fIlJ people iu the wth the arrangement tae at or ave met who ceiousned the VAU.: "

the time of his departure for Oyster of the Brewer Savings bank last night -
country. eluded: : the police azd this morning I -- -- - .- .
-- -
Bay ;:r. Hay aad tiat while uprlsiags Urotrsatanal.n -- -
The IBrgeet payments made by any : armed + in th# Ij
bi: tie Turkish dosiltloa were were dodging an t pcs* ....
"" - - --
one company were tbo-* of the core or lesj chroaic, tie present state woods beyon-i Batgor. The robb e s
secured about IS1*. They < E.8ICG5, I ( LL1 il fNI OLLi i:
Mutual Life, of >"e* York, which cf affairs abuses! : proportlors o! asIssorrtctJca were watered 1 [ f
of coisiderat/Ie zsastityie at their work ia the bank by a cumber -\TTO I!
than '
disbursed to policyholders more He vouli : of persons, who mad to attempt
Lot disclose the (OS.ce in I j "{
f29l: ( ;fIJJ.fJ. The grad aireU of cocte&ts of tb cabl: -gracis received to moest: them, because of' the gui OCALA, fill OFEHJ OCTOBER I : 0':

tbU company reach the 0 amazing! laat tight fro:; :Minister Lelschniabat W hen the burglars: J-ft the bank they I :1 _
said that t..t.e iiiu.tfir's advicfea- retreated: ua:+:er cover of the gaaa, firing II D. fCLL R : u:0.= ""
fl ure of ? 2f.JOIO.fIJ. or considerably
( I
a dozen snotsP'irp] a score qipollceaifca !4
were that the
erroneous: report on th e
more than enough to give every I .. tl Announcement :
e.sa.s..a.t.on; of Mr. Magelss was flue deputy sh -rifta *nd ciU Over Monroe & I

American, young and old, regardless to th, use cf the wrong code aamber: tens arme-i: themselves as soot aa ?o&sibla ;: departments are open for entJ'U-

of sea:, color or previous condition of and Lot to any error la traaszissioa.: and started !n pur !ut TJiQP I :! .." ., .
JM- ? ; .._
i' : .....;>-:. -.!__ -j..j.--._wi ".--h... t._....
servitude a five dollar bill. The laJoraatlon given la the cablegran Peril of Vourtam Climbers. .v..t ,_.:.,.. e.v.-l ?."!!.;. '.' .., -*
\ I .-< ..-;_:.! ..-..., ...__.. (. 1.... J _
was that: th 5 governor called at : e'OYork, August 21 -Herbert IXMainzer 01.r"-'
i u.h a bum of mouey U p,o iDl'On.tt'iv..Lly the coa ulata and offered prompt actloa aa Arserkan! and cis gene O:!;ce over : j I ::::lf a Z: s :::::l :! :cM c tJUuu1a, ......

vast that no really adequate &.a out &.cd pun!:h the woud.seas rtz Oa the Morezeratsca. 20 minutes rnwix SPE- ': I
idea can be formed of it ; the most : announce u president 1M college to tMrft4 *e. Gor-o.I. .' 0..
c'4U.. below! the summit, while ascending tht .-\ Rev Willis Fretaoat BI.d;..*. 1% D.. lattur ..t" Thr ".. ,
that be done id it with
CliO to compare Jlr. Leiscicaa: further &.::Tied th* steepest slope, the center suddenly caved ocALA II Professor of Sociolojry m Yale Caivcmly fret tt& to :* ,
.oiue great national fund or revenue, secretary that several cf tie consul in, forming a crevasse more than I ;I profes.-ors snd icstrnctori. &lIs.q.jr..sty fie vii..-.. toil-

representing tome activity of the entire a te 3 Lave r&port&l to the, s? emzenti: 150 fret In c* th. Bota men were J J!. CHASE. _
that tip conditions of the city of Belrat dashfti: to the bottom. They were I' :
nation if we would gai>any last* D .
at the preset nionient: are unsafeTVIth n'.ssed by a party ahead who lowered j Il'iAH fleS. V1NTEIFor JAW! Y J .-
of iupriBon Lt.-t ween the wealth o' the view of fTrnlstla themselves into the cavern and: found I ;

tbe United tftates and that of thl Kay with the ful! ,,'t ruts ( S&-ro/.ar'l I the American uninjured. The guide CARLOS L. == .....

greatest of financial i1J titutioL!>. Tbe the reports which have roLe: fro y was somewhat hurt by Ice blocks-

the cuiKonrtea In Turkey, a com it
l' hul staten eii ended, in IWrj, for Room 4, Masonic
mloee rfpreEest'ng the boar: of Anet :T. Valuable Fossil Collection. :

the: maintenance of the arm}", ovr lean ralssiocB: will call upon rim tomcr New Ycnx; August :31.-Dr. Wr.a.J.: .

fll.,3;:.,.) a i6j1 ,fJII1J. I'', a total ,.r tome :Sly!,- On Bearing Tree 1 I
: from then all lafonsatioa I n aJviaor to Andrew Carnegie ia "
H75,(.>").(.). lit k-bf ld cf Mutual 1 their pasica. things scientific, has passed throu3this

l.1ttoulll have feufiict-d to maintainLoth city with! what !Is believe: to bttLe

arm) and navy, including ri.er Washlsgtoa; August Jl-The full I greatest collection of fossils, Is I i FRUIT ANDVINE
text of tie clspatctes of MinisterLeischman point cf species, In the world today MANURE(
and harbor improvemt-ub' tort! ,
bear.ng on the Slaeae n The collection: wa purchased from th

ar t-lJlillt, CGabt defetict-g, eoLtlrucu! affair with the exception of the one Baron de Player of Brussels; Ee'.slua, rjr :

iou of new vesvela, machinery, armbiuttit received last nSsht said that the vice at a price sail to exceed: (1230.000! ( u!! j Natural Guac' F 'in.ula Knut: -l l> I fri ;' t

consul Lad tax tAt killed, as follow U said to be for ths Carnegia Muse oUts.
"' uipu entand iuuprovemeuia
{ Forms of
i Acid
TheFTapla. Aug 27, 19u3.-To Secretary | um at P-ttsburg: Sulphuric
at all uav)'-yarda, and also all ehrnMtt a- of State. \\"llng.tCi.-Just! rereceived $459 r !i!

connected, in 1902! with tpaniab b e telegram from Consul of Unit J Fire Lading In Tunnel. new hooks
e1 States at Be1rutisln: me that I Nashville.: Tean., August 21.-A special _.*K I I
i 1'bilippiue watt, for con- II
our Vice[ consul was issassicated last from Bristol! says: fire has been I Fertilizers" and "Florida
..hJtULly over two year... The Mutual I Bus;lp night while driving in a car raging for two days In the tunnel oa 1 Q S I Oranges
1 I I
Life hrKlatxttedtd total receipuofUit rlage. X'o explaratloa! Is given foi the Clinch' Valley division of the Norfolk !II I

l-ostal department in the ratio of repotting: the care, but consul addsthat and Western, and that all traffic '9.., j II I & TOOMEf? FERTILIZER COMPHtI
thttto to would reply of governor la unsatisfactory. west of the tunnel is being routed
ont' They
LaI.dd Have asked for further east via Bristol over the Virginia ana
particulars I i
ioU i the jnpiou of the Ucittd r tat Southwestern. All J.11i11t\1'11.1,1; :. II.OKIDi.
rs. and will at once be able to make efforts to llbUl: !

"tu.thH for civil or Kiiduirt; wear representations at the sublime port 6. the fiamea Lave been futile, and te I
claimeforover (Sgned: : ) Le.schman.Therapla. : aryl mob are pouting out of both ? [ OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.
two and
yearn uiueThey
Aug. 27-To Secretary ol sads cf the tunnel I

wontLII. would Lave ouug h State. Washington. have made tne Donation to University. I >- -

the tolal United Malts comatie fur proper presentations: to the sublime! C katfO. August 31.-Mrs. Nettle F. r. Prftoi : t.---- C }-.f) \V H1I I H ....

the )rat more than four times user, M porte with reference to the assassin. McCormick and her seta and daughter CHAS E. 'o(0!

have purcha-d the total production atlon of vice consul, but pending re- have givenJIO; 000 to President Ga-?e I i
ception of fuller Investigation: and explanation A. Denny of Washingtoa! and L"' e az.iverslty First National Bank
of gold and silver in the Unit rd which the mlnster.for
for- !
at Lexingtoa, Va., mining $y0,- ill' ;
Matt :.5 times, They exceeded by sign affairs! assured me will be given 000 that the school has receives; from ;
Immediate | OF GAIXE
thaI attention. The troubles In the famIly. The ILLS
more -.3 times the total fire money will be ia I II
10Ntt"1t throughout the entire Macedonia:: become worse ani more ex vested and the proceeds uwl to matrata !a- Jct i
country tended each I
Jay and outside: of necessity the science hall !
new at the uciverslty.
and came within lead than five mil which may present Itself of sending I Chartered Bank in Alachua CH.t,.

lion of Hjunliug the total coinage if a ship to Beirut to force a properIt

the gol awl silver of.the emire wor d. seems to me advisable to Died at Age of 103. . . . . . . . . ,

keep a ship within easy range of Turk'ish Blooniington Ill., August 21.-Francis .- undivided Profit! . . . .

A gram of sand in water In order to be in a position Author y, tie oldest man in Illinois -' ;.; : : \ 8 iatDS\IIJ: 1.IIo'h"h. w 1b fard'a. .lual ... a .
the rye ttaus m to more fully protect American c:U- led this! cornIng of heart fail- ,{ 1- :::oho::' 'he sr-couu's nt l-nrait-r, Mrr<.h.ii.. I. M ''s t l-
excruciating agony. A grain of was: should the revolution luterfft allowed .
assume ere after two eeks' illness. He was i" i hyt|1"1'1.I.ranlf"IIJf'i'l i >.' '
llt"l'i't'r in the place of a grain of std more alarming proportion The insurgents born May 6,190n. in Ireland. He emigrated ."cvjtlra \ QG, 4 trlllbs'h: d Jlrllllil.:1)l I"
iuteu!'irits the torment The have become ..... it.r' : H.Io,1.\'I": l q'
pain i* mere agsre awe to Canada in 1S20 and was ...: .
nut confined to the organ all'ected. In eastern Roumanla, since! the vln. captain In ire: t Canadian army during ;-n,: ..
The whole body feeh of the Russian war vessel, and tri -- ------ -- -- --- - -
the bhockofthat << the French rebellion cf 1837. For 3i AjY i,
litil irritating pariicie. It is so passenger train from Europe faiblown years he has been a resident cf BloomIngton .

di-sonier when there of the is any delicete derangement or lug about up 3 with<) miles dynamite from Constantinople this mom township.! ,.(<.o s-a*'e"j',.I : .....11....'.........: !

omanly or. ( .
lean!!. The disorder may seem trivial killing or wounding most of the Lightning Bolt Deals Death. r fU'3_i1 ..",,-'-..- )

but the hole body feels it. The nervuui passengers. (Signed) Lels! hman. Hazard Ky., August :21.-Lightning /'J rJ {deot nrt..".".,.._ i READ

system disordered.!: There lire tarp Therapia.of State.August Washington.!7, 1903.Minis-9"'ra.w struck the courthouse and killed Johc r J7;T D. 11': : I
J. Baker
frelfuluess, irratibality sullen standing in the doorway and :
bader! of foreign affairs has
Just sent mt stun&i six other men in the building.The .
and depression' of spirit The ge cart word stating that reported assasslna Florida Times-Union
al health of courthouse was fired and practically : !
women depends on the lion of American vice consul entirely consumed.

local health of the organs peculiarly false, adding that security of the Beirut $

feminine. Remove the drains, ulstlons district Is perfect Am without Electric Car Held Up. T. REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 9

hearing down pains, and litattttctions flit further adTlc from Consul 13a v sn- Los Angeles CaL
of woman, and the w holeCal, and unable to account for such electric car on the San Pedro-Los Angeles One Month, postage raid I foe I

body frtls the benefit. Dr. Pier ce's further conflicting statements. Will report tine of the California PacificRailroad I Mac )ine ) Six Three){ollths.Msnths postage, postage paul paid _...a. IM I SB

Favorite Prescription is a specific for as noon as I can obtain nece* company, was held up about One Year postage paUl &.. .

the diseases that undermine carp Information (Signed) Leischue 2 miles south of the city limits! last ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION I $I 50 A YEAR AStmiWeekly

strength of women. It is free from can. night and the crew and five passengen I Iron. Bra*" tdiuon Six M. nth f =. 7
.. semiweekly Eimon Our fur : Ijg
opium, cocaine and other narcotics, robbed of about $100 an-i ceveralwatchsa. iug ; [;
poisons which onter into Fleet Bound for Beirut Slioi> : i
many other Wash.ngtonugus.t! 31.-The cay. should b< a!Jres*t' '
preparations makes weak for woman's use. It department has received a cable mesick ;- ---- Fl 'Rlo TiiiiS HI t JACKSONVILLE flORist |
woman -
strong and rage from Captain Henry McCrea, i_ Memphis' First Bale. 610 to 617 E. ,

women well. -command of the gunboat Machlas sayInf Memphis, August 31.-The first balsof '

For Rent. that ants he that has U finished would tall coaling! at one thhrp arrived new cotton tarp received from Durant at this MlM.market It Study at t I

Six room house in Third ward on 'South; i from Genoa to Port Said A messagTM Bold !in open market at 30 cent a una III
atcCaragia.third street, recently P. H.GUlen occupied at Banner by Mr Office Ceo Otto also received ascounclttf today the from arrival Admiral d! pound on, the the Memphis highest price exchange.! ever recorded J aLtcat.blgeSraGeometry.leave FnyttCf.Latia.et home or.eml.:-> T ;

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1\PRAISE FOR FLORIDA. possible! and I do not hesitate to sty Bowling Party.A ARTrES OF INCORPORATION OF NOTICE. I
1iI ------ that the money benefits to he derived number of our young gentlemen Jerry MARTEL LUMBER COMPANY. '

from the enc chartered Section
loads Movtmtnt Putting touring the bowling alley last niuht
;., .... the Merchant THE UNDERSIGNED. INTENDING AND 8. Chapter !S.1.awsot Florida. =

o. Southern upon public high ways of your and gave a most delightful tourna- 1 proposing to organize a corporation under TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t -
1'rj.r la the VIII the general laws of the State of Florida, and ail .l' w. A. 'nest. TlUT
state will in the purchaser of
ud tax
more than pay ment to their lady friends. acts amendatory of the same hereby make and So. 7a/. dated the 2nd day of Sov. ceruncit-
L Setll.f publish the following articles of association: has filed said certtficites D. 101.,6.
to your peoplr-the euiire cost of the The folio! wing composed the party : Tailoring.Ocala FIRST The name of the corporation isMARTEL and has made app cation for tax in deed'to ornct

York. N.Y.July 22: 1JO:1.! : improvement. : LUMBER: COMPANY and its prinCIpal in accordance with law. Said certificate issue,
jftw Mis Lou-Ha Gary, Mij' Edits:: Piatt, place of business Martcl, Marion County. the following described I embraces
1 Iiuu Jacksonville, Fla. Florida. Florida in Marion property stuattd
county. Florida'
1__ A. S. Now to the important purpose of Ml..s Mary Heardon, Miss Lena Bullock SECOND. The general nature of the business Northwest quarter of northeast to-wif

I have! rt-ail. In a reoul to be transacted is as follows: The companywill tion 16. 'own r.lp 14. quarter
girt l tltr. We range >2
r" my intend to have an Mis! Marie Bullock, Miss Dii yNuruey Finest Imported and buy and otherwise acquire lands. timber The said land being assessed at the date of
Jacksonville Timi'-Uniou, Umber rights and other personal property: will the is. uance of such certificate
the important in the
alfj** road improvement convention ..f Suffolk, Va., Miss Esther Domestic Cloths. mild trams and private roads and fold-ways. Amy Grttn. name o(
; r't'.I... the pkna and other means of transportation, will manu- Unless said certificates shall
; i 0tatnthit.h iu this city during the coming We&tht'fsIi!!>! Mamie Taylor, Miss aciure tinibrr. lumber, aud wood products. and to law. tax deed WIIII'sue be thereOQ redetntacc.ordlng \!
iidid re- in general will carry en a .umber manufactur- the lltb day of ou
tod Mill more "1.I StptelU iork winter and ju behalf of our league Matiie \\iiliania! Miss Violet Harris. Cutting a Specialty ins bu-iness and such other business as is not Witness my olcial signature 1903.and seat thti S
.Ut'II11t'tl th gflot1ji inconsistent therewith. the 18th day of Aug-oct. A D. .
I.Itt whlrb hvetnoTriufiit and its many friends I most earnestly Mr. E. T. Helvens'on, Mr. H. A. I Fits Guaranteed. THIRD. The amount of capital stock will betwenty.fi ST.19"SISTRrSK] ,

IIf which you tore e thout8oa10I1ar., consisting of two !S 21 Clerk Circuit Court Marion
;. urge and invite you too arrange Daniel, Mr.[ Benj. Weather-!*, Mr. hundr"d and filly shares ot stock. ot the par Ma. ,
tnllzeYOtIrsparetime value ol one hundred dollars each, and the -------------------.- -
th tate of capital -
\ iu f -
.. IItffCtitC'C l**< your 1.IIowillo"! to be with us and speak (ieo. McKean: Mr. Chas. V. Miller, I IIr. Study at t H ome "f ...em"", ietti.., stock will be paid in by conveyances to the PETITION FOR SPECIAL ft
C ; of mills machinery mules. carts TAX SCHOOL
lf ou *ll! Hel't it Leant ;; ; orporation
1&1't1 the Oliver B. Howae Mr. Neil and yuu andsand cod timber situated DISTRICT.
rBltda. upon subject iu auy branch that Cain mole With the Tablet Home Study Lessons you Deed tuff timber rights In
a'1"1' le..e home ,r employment..learn frok keeping.Anthntetic.Algebra. Marion County Fionda. valued by the corpra-
hlao1 who may suit your faury. We" shall countUKU Weathers, Mr. John Taylor, Mr. Clifford I .Geometry,Grammar Kbetnnc. Literature. History tors at fi$ ooo 00. U'E THE
1 rlty.lcs.Latin.etc. Ttacbers aided to pa.**taminiritnis 9 vrs. FOCKTH. The corporation shall exist lor a UNDERSIGNED CITIZEN" AND
h"1 i b warm: in the of CutuUrs free. HI3Il'1:!.PoiaU..fr taxpayers of
SUccb. AUJfeu.L L I. the
I N& .bo* your address, as the, real feature Andrrson, Mr. Ardis Waterman.Mr. period of fifty years. will on the territory dtoCribed beluw.
FIFTH: The officers who will conduct the
0" fur _bleb YOU hVe "0 IIUCI't'M' of the meeting. and Mrs. Chambers were the business 01 the corporation will be a President, First Wmjaa In :pt'1II1J1 r. /y j.

"ice-President a General Manager Secretary present to the Board of
o1ftr nOt only Public
, It.Lor..J, I I sincerely hope that your affairs at chaperou--. and a Treasurer. These officers will be electedat fariun county Florida. this petition In.trnctlon. of
a kin
those of the regular annual meeting of the Stock IBid Board of Public Instruc (
j _1 foujtratulaiious! In home will not ,prevent your being A, the nights; grow cooler bowlingis holders of the Company to be held at :Martel county. Florioa, to call an election on for of tbe Isnou
tonda on the second Wednesday in Decem- pur.
pose ofcreaijng
ho in thrse a special tall
J lbnv.Id' fit ablates with us. Very truly yours, bei-oniiug! more and popular.It her in each year after this date. and the names be known as the oak Hill Special school Tn dlstnct to J
ofthe officers who are to conduct the compa- District, to include in School
Icd to aId district
ar.btrl ,tat.-. hve 8lrui( ISAAC B. POTTER, i is quite the rage!; in other cities ny's business until those elected at the first pnptrty wit.Commenciag. the folLowing S :
eec! on shall qualify are: at the
i1IsLh.ame mil. You: have !toC'I I Prest. AIUt'r llinIotor League. besides: Ocala. W. B. Johnson president s, range 20 e; thence
Daniel A. Clark vice-president and general of : -
see 14. twp 13. r 20 S
Florida :
fl.bet for the 1114.1". manager! of see IS, twp 13. r 20;
.- off Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs. What is Life. Walter Ray treasurer. line to the nw n -
ftIIl7 for the farmers F. P Tbagard secretary. thence east along ;
p4 "Several year: ago :lilly lungs were In the last analysis nobody knows SIXTH: The highest a mount of indebtednessor corner of arc 33. twp

UW, jrratrr goo-i than could wi badly atlVcted that I had many but we do Know that it is under etrict liability to which the company dollars at any time the west line of sec JJ
I can subject itself fifty thousand ($50- n w of see 13. t za.r ;
fc tteolJ1. to them through any other hemorrhaur-s," writes A. M. Ake of law. Abuse that law even slightly, .-. I 000.00)), ofnw lotsec33. t Il. r 20; thcnnstothee. De" -
and and
SEVENTH: The names residences corofse' 01 '
, tiiLwlthlU therauge of human Wood, Iml., "1 took treatment from pain results. Irregular living means umber of shares to be taken by each of the e to the n e cor of nw the, n of..StC, 33.of the t Il; r 20; thence

and I ardently bop *ud !'t'vt'rall'h)sici.ins without auy bene derangement of the orgat.s, resulting subscribers W B. Johnson.are as Valdosla.follows Ca. 50 shares. line I{ of dividing see 33. Il t and Il, r ;JQ thence: thence I D to e %the os twp w
tf1.t1oD fit. I then started to take Foley's in cons'ipation, headache or liver Daniel A. Clark. :Martel, Fla..50 shares. twps Il and IS to p 0 b. easterly dividing
that the time will shortly Walter Ray. Leroy. Florida, 50 shares. (Signed) lL W. SeUles.
MUe" Honey anti Tar and my lungs are now trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills Witness the hand and seal of the corporatorsthe Bushillon D. k'ant J. It McEwen B P.
J. K.ltxson.
am" wbto the good lople whose us sound: a bullet. I recommend it cjuickjy re-adjusts this. It is gentle, ROLLS FROM Only the best 26th W day BrJOHNaON.ot August. 1003. (SEAL). son. :\t.J. hx.

rulperit! hu been denied and iu- in advanced s-taires. of mug trou Lid." yet thorough Only :!5c. at AntiMonopoly OUR OVEN material goes DANIEL WALTER A.CLARK.RAY. ((SEAL SEAL)) -

turd by the bondage of bad PoatoiHce Drug Store. m /store and Tydings & Co. m into Ins oven and NOTICE I

gltrJ -- .. only the -
lu in you a beueoof late of Florida \ -
MWUl rl'tC'K MflRTEL.Master Without Gloves. ol n
; BEST BREAD :Marion County. / Application for Tax Deed Cnder Section g.f

i the Ute whom the people Notwith.itaudidg the hot weatherwe TN PERSON CAME: BEFORE ME THE UNdersigted Chapter 4Sb8. Laws of Florida

, rolls out. It is delightfully crisp aud .1 authority W. B Johnson, DanieA. \.OTICE IS' HEREBY GIVES
,U14.1hbt to honor. John Rape celebratnl tis had a Jetlries Corbett "bout" in Clark and Walter Ray each of whom is well l' Stevens. purchaser of tax certificate THAT 3. 2-
wholesome. A few slices buttered :So.
: i* a JjI
of known to me to be the same person whose dated the 2d day of Juy.] A. D.
I trite tbl iroui 110 impulse' fourth anniversary birthday Tuesday, our city yesterday between two of our I meal in itself and almost aa nutritiousas name is subacnbed to the foregoing articles of Sos 547 548. dated the let Ifj4 day, and of cciiificatci. JuI -.
association, and acknowledged that he executed 1901. has filed raid certificates in ,
8lwui, but from a conservative, the 25th inst. Mrs. D. :M. Harco, Mrs. distinguished law colonels. His, Honor meat. signed and sealed the said proposed charter has made application for tax def'fi lUy to iue odice In" ant accordance !-
Orders, for Bread etccan be more for the uses and purposes therein expressed With law. Said ceruficats
sr4, I believe correct, knowledge of Williams aud Mi ij" Mry Kemp met the court was the only spectator satisfactorily filled byBEUS' Given under my hand and seal of office this the following described property sltua.eij embrace In

j6th day August, A. D 1903. Marion county Florida. to-.it:
tU |rt&t luftt rtaj -d by our at the parsonage in the morning audavMsted and succeeded in separating: the combatants E P. THAGARD Southwest quarter of northeast quarter -c-
Notary Public State at Large. tion 9 and cast half of northeast
lortbfrn farmeM frotu the improve- in getting everything arranged at the beginning of the third BAKERY southeast quarter of southeast quarter quarter of except northeast -

quarter section 15 and southeast of
Lisle our country roads, anti with for the reception and pleasure of inning.It NOTICE. northwest: quarter except quarter
east of uthwest corner* qiVrterof
til wulu conviction that th> p o- the Invited guests. In the afternoon is, aid to have been the real Notice is hereby given that on the 21)thdav northwest quarter section 15. township :3, range

UcIVER and ,ILI CL! } September, 1903. the undersigned will apply 23, thence east 220 yards.. north no ra:t west
tlut Florid will reap siniiltr t>eneuUnittchkhorter the children of Marttl and Cotton article. 10 the Go\ernor of the State ot Florida for letters 220 yards.s. no y patent upon the foregoing proposed char- The said land being assessed at the date of the
( space of time. Plant came inland: a most enjoyable ter. issuance of such certificates in the name of
Beginning Fall Work. W. B. JOHXSON.NIEL unknown F. J Steele. F. V.of:! :CaIn. Culeso
I. .w J.-rry, MiwsachutetU, UouKrtkut repast was spent in partaking of a I)\ A CLARK said cartificates shall be redeemed according la
Mrs. Pope the popular matron, of 1- i 2') WALTER RAY. law, tax deed will issue thereon on th. iglh.
and New York the oppo itieeur bountiful supply of ice cretin lAnd day of September A D 1903
the Marion county hospital has Witness my official signature and seal this the
slni'wt trougly against 'l other refreshments; io' innocent re-I 6th day of August, A. D.I903-
turned from a mouth's recreation NOTICE. :;. T. SISTRCNK
fool ro*J* movement came from games and music All bad a good FUNERAL H Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. FJ*.
Seabreeze. and this excellent institution -
Ufws _hfM niatu aigument was time, and after wihmg John irauy Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sectiou -- S

having undergone a renovationand 8.Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida. NOTICE '

Chat ibi payoiful of money for this happy returns, repaired to their respective DIRECTORS. Notice is hereby given that Francis M. Williams -
some needful repairs, has: reopened purchaser of Tax Certificates Nos. 1404,

isprovewut etut increased taxa- homes., dated the 1st day of July. A. D. 1899; 2211 2232 cl Application for Tax Deed Colon Section Bat
Us work for the fill: and winter. dated Apnl 3r Ilea, but the new roads, in these Mrs. H. W. Lou.;, who tpent sometime -1-1a.ve 2273 2234, ol April 5th. A. D. 1892, 3000, 3001 3002 Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida.

but letU htrald* of pro-peri- relatives and friends in aruilnll.:& 'ir ,.:...aRuteu, %ud Rn.U 3013. 3'-14, dated! 7th, day, of 264 August, ddted, the A. 1st D. day iS99 VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT JOSEPH
gaiN visiting : JEALOUS HE KILLS and :uo. 2611. 2619 ;2021 il Stanaland. purchaser Tax Certificate :No
nite 0 eTjry he" ot July A. D. I'Joi. has filed said certificates in 1237 dated the 4th day of Nov. .\. D. 1805, bat
deuiHuJsfer bun
their has returned after haviuir ( for
tjtotheftrueriud Jacksonville, my office and has made application tax filed said certificate in ray office and hat made
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said cer application for tax deed to ,
issue in accord
Bw ro.J under the "state aid" had a plea.-aut: stay with them. \\VOMAN AND SELF Embalming to Order. ., tificates embrace the following; described prop- with law. Said certificate embraces the follow nce
erty situated in :Marion county, Florida: ino described property situated in :Marion
k.t art oow flU) tliues greater Paul Johnson, of South Carolina, is Southeast quarter of northeast quarter section county. Florida. to-wit
southeast of southwest of North half of north half of southeast
quarter quarter
tt* tb* .ute< 'aU i-upply. It will visiting his parents at Martel.: NOTICE northeast 14 quarter section 24. north half of section 31, township 15, range a. .
Stocking Double Tragedy In northwest quarter northeast quarter of section The said land being assessed at the date of the
Ww in your ..tILtYour r..rIU'alv".iU Clark & Ray have selected a site 24, east halt northwest quarter of southeast issuance of such certificate the name of Frank.

01 duplication for Tax Deed ruder Section 8 of quarter of southwest quarter section 24, Moses. Unless said certificate shall be re
Juereapice ; the far- for mill at Martel which will New York City. deemed according to law. .
: a saw Chapter 4'*'8, Laws of Florida southwest quarter of southeast quarter of southwest tax deed will i we
quaiter !>section 13. northeast quarter of thereon on the i2th day of September.. 140*.
karI.iiv1 ""* *' Mayo purchaser of Tar Certificate No. southeast" quarter section 23 !southeast quarter 3rd day of August, A. U. 11x13
U eblMren will ir&vel dry shod to early. day. I 40iO. dated the 5th day of August A. D northwest quarter and east half ol southwest S. T.S.ISTRCJJK
1901 has filed said certificate in my uff.ce, and I quarter of northwest quarter and northwest 7 3 Clerk Circuit Com aanun Co.. f Ia.
ri.ouI and hi* f"mily to cburchl'e The weather is prodigiously hot, F. Edson, Kills! Mrs. Pullen in has made application tor tax deed to issue in :. quarter southwest quarter of northwest quar-

accordance with law. said certificate em- ter section 36. east hall of northeast q larter of NOTICEIn
I. t) to market when he likes aud but totwithl'taudiug'Iome of our Pretence; of Hi3 Wife and Then bracethe following described property situated sonthead quarter section 13 northeast quarter

in Manon county. Fla to wit southeast quarter of southwest qua'ter section the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cit-
M_bn he cau, and will fell his people are busily engaged in harvesting Turns Vteapcn: Upon Himself-Son Lot P Caldwell sub of southwest part of Al 13. northwest quarter of southeast quarterofsouthwei.t
cuit ofthe State of Florida in and for
varez Grant township 15 range 22. quarter section 13. north half of
wli when prlv-e* .r* gnu.i and the their corn, which is turning out .cf :Former Mayor Franklin Edson. The said land bring asiessed: at the date ol the north halt ol northeast quarter of northeast I Marion County In Chancery.

4 issuance of such certificate in the name of quarter section 24. south half of north half ot Kevana Ghe. Plaintiff vs. Solomon Che de
liranJ lamiiu. Your plan of aL'| better than was anticipated. Now York Sept. 3.-Henry F. Edsoa Irs. Kate Orr. Lnlesaid certificate northeast quarter of northeast quarter section fendanr.
shall be redeemed to law. tax deed
24. we>t half of northeast quarter of southeast
'tiC' th> paWio laud fund to them Let the: proof be published by competent 80 years old. shot and killod Mrs. will issue thereon on the igth day of Sept. A. quarter S witer section 13 northwest quarterof IT ISORDEREDTHATTHEDEFENDAN
D.1903 southeast quarter ol section southeast I herein named. Solomon Ghe, be and he i II
f thu'Uuntlu iu the buildiuu of witnesses, "that the money Fanny< PaHea. 33 years ol age. today \\ iturss my official signature and seal this the quarter ot southeast quarter except 23 north half hereby required to appear to the bin of Cum:

and thea soot and killed nteself. The 8th day of Aug., A. D. 1903.S of southeast quarter of southeast quarter of plaint in said cause oL or before

ttvroadt it a iuo .t admirable one Flagler paid for the Times-Union double tragedy: occurred: at Edson'i Clerk Circuit Court T.Marion SISTRCXK.M4 Co Fla. southeast quarter section 25, southwest quarter J/iMii&iy, the Sth day of Or-tola r. A. D. ipg.
southeast qnarter section northwest
.s1 |1," to the Ilt'llple{ of your Ute went into Stockton's, pocket,': .and residence. ter northeast quarter and 25.north hall of north.quar- be It published is further once ordered a week that a for copy five of consecutive this order

1 west quarter stction ;36 all in township 17, weeks the Ocala Banner.
; Tie: curdercr and sulcUe was Henry in
Ut aJr ata
'fc.Hl3t'nd Edson, aged 39 years. AND OTHERS The said land being assessed at the date of S T.SISTRCSK.
tftkh has beeu .
to other IIt"tt'1J lied. -. -J
has theu of such certificates in the
a son (.: Former Mayor FrankJia Ed- > uance names 3 31 Clerk Crcnit Crt
; _. IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- Manger: & Averv. M :3!. Sexton Curtis Grnbb BY H. c. SisrxcxK.: 0.C
ill dlfMt taxation.It sca. and a brother or UT. Cyrus tw- NOTICE. leget es distributees and all person J. W Fry. H. E Simmons. H. Waters. Anchor EDWIN SPEXCEB "
IRVINE bavin claims demands against the estate of Land Co., Thomos Marks and parties unknown.
Thtre however' another feature son. Edsoa is said to have been insanely or PlaintiiTs Attorney.
CHARLES E:: A BMN. deceased that they and Unless said certificates shall be redeemedaccording
tt thill -- : jealous of the woman and wanted each ol them. are called upon and required to to law tax deeds will issue thereonon
btuefit which
nw your Iit'otie It will probably be interesting to : nor to away with him. present their claims against the said estate tithe the loth day October A. D. 1903. NOTICE.: C
of. go unde-signed i as executor cf the test will and Witness my offici signature; and seal this the
will do well not to lose sight the formers and fruit growers of the The shooting! occurred ia the presence : testament Charles Abson.d.ceased within jrd day September, A. D tQ:>;\.

rIG hive from other of Dr. David 0. Edsca the suicide's two years from this date as required by law 94"S. T SISTRUMC IS HE itERGl'ES TO W. a
WAil) visitors state to know that despite the bad : otherwise the same will be forever barred.ED'A. Clerk Circuit Court,Marion county, Fla. NOTICE: and all personinterested, tint .

1tIa. during cenaiu mouths of the : brother Lu wife. ilw. HenryT. HOLDER. nit has been instituted i a the _lit]' jsdea
two mouths the Executor olla ', will and testament of Charles court of Marion ctmntv. Fionda.
weather for the past Edson and a ba gaga mover named by aUactat
J'rsnd fast in* E Abson deceased. NJT1CE OF MASTER'S SALE. in favor ol W. j. Chambers. doing DUBBO*
tb..lr number* are Irvine Crate & Basket Company has: Taoaias Wood. The Edsoaa have lived Ocala Fla.. July loth A.D 1903. ;-1I -8t under the style and name of the W. J. Cluutv

tffatiO(. Thy l":*ru more of Flori- together for a number of months. bers Shoe Company. on the Sib day of IB|,'
j about tilled all its large storage roomswith 1\"O'rICE IS II REiJGI"ES THAT UN- \. D. lyoi.
Today Henry T. Eson was to vacate And the said W. D. Morton and ill
bU" h r uutiful II.ttri4ctiol1s.frlHU. NOTICE.State Loer t and by virtue of a final d cree. enteredon person*
I vegetable crates and: orange .nd leave the city for a shert time. the i7th day of july: A. D 1903 by the Hon. inerested are hereby required to appear to Mil -
l'trIo )'l'af ant yet :a- you have W. s:> BullucJ) ;;,judge of the circuit court ol the action before the county judge at hie office ia
lioxes for the coming season. According to the police and Woods. of Florida, County of Marion.District Novl 5th Judicial circuit of Florida. tan.n'Ounty, Ocala. Florida on

**rtrU -.. oWrveU, they ulI.) k." to Edson had begged Mrs. Fallen to elopa Civil Action. in cqancery.' in a certain cause therein pending JIda x tKth L. K. Edward;, formerly managerof wherria Charles S. Shooter is complainant and will be in said
or judgment given C"1IR in taw
I k.. ,,rU of tu tate where.these. the Wade & Xc air turpentine with him. Mrs. T. J. Barnes vs. Clarence: E.Tracey Emma: Long Stonewall Lung and J. H. Kicks of the siid \\.J. Chambers. Amount.....
Dr. Edsoa told his brother that he are defendants. The undersigned special master be recovered 837 35 and costs of suit. -
fro CLARENCE : ,
ateesIbIe.T : in named and in said
j jaan.tltlU.. .r. IUo.o.t t'Mo.i1y interests at Fairfield, takes charge a>; should be ashamed: of himself! to make -I all others whom it may concern you final decree chancery to execute the same.appointed will on ituess my said hand as county lodge. awl tWsc a
notified that writ of : l of the court on this the 8tb day of Mr.D .
a garneshmenthas
\. 4t of alllt'lu.hilt'> i increasing; of this corporation such a proposal In the presence cf are been hereby issued in the above cau...:, and that Mondav. theth day of t"Hlh". A. 1) 'oft?. \. 1903. k.BCU.XK, .

i i ti 'Oi-riul ud mouth general mauiger his wife. Townsend Edson became your money in the hands ot the I between:: the hours ofI u'ok am and 2 T-to l seal] County Judge of Marion Co. ...
1 rici and assures all petrous of this concern :Atlantic Coast Line railroad company has *>eengarnesheed. o'cock p. m.. in fruntofthe south door of the -
ID i-mh tll.'t.hidt'li will be wildly excited and !kept;: entreating :Mrs. : and that unless you appear before court house in Ocala. Marion couLtv.!: Fl.>rid-, NOTICE

I s that their orders will be promptly Pullen to go to anther state with him. -saiii--court---- -on--or- before the offer for sale. and will sell to the highest and
-t.rt iurea'.PgI 1th ./111"r Segtuulicr A. D. igoS best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises
1 "iI.) 'I..rit" iu and natisfactorily tilled. When Woods entered the house he mentioned and described in said final decreeto Notice Application for Tat Cecd Coder Section
judgment by default will be entered against
''' he Townsend point his re- I wit: S. of Chapter 4&, Laws Of Florida.
'-''' says I MRS. THOs.:: J. BARNES a
block numbered
Mr. El warns is erecting a Urge you Fractional 15 ot Cline's addition .
Hi volvwr toward Mrs. Pullen and heard I 7 24 Plaintiff. to the city of Ocala. accoiding to plat on VTOTICE. IS HEREBY: GIVEN: THATCHAi I
1 T&ti tnlC thr'uhllut your sUle \\ resilience here aud will move tils record in Plat book "A," page 58 in the office of v V Miller purchaser of Tax Certificate Tlo
him say to her: 2000 dated the 6th day of August. A. O
of the circuit the ; *
the clerk court: same being in 19 *
J ..Ittoall ew0MUritiel aud the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL filed said certificate in baimade
t.e has
office and
with If northeast 01 the northwest ol my
family as .v)ou as it i:$ completed.Hall "You must go me. you quarter quarter
SETTLEMENT! AND FINAL DISCHARGE section is. in township u south, range 22 east application for tax deed to issue ia accordancr -
"***aUor t"unu< wkH bt. lUultipllt.l"rJUd Brothers of this phce, are arranging don't elope with me I'll see that you and containing 6i-i of an acre lying and being w.th! iaw. Said certificate embrace
with in Marion county. Florida. or so much the followirg! described property giUated in -
J 1\0141.1 t<> |Uiih tourinU aud plans for the erection of a jo me anyway. IS HEREBY; GIVEN TH.UTHE; thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said Marion cuuutv. Fionda. to-wit: .Sowthwettq.iartT
In ( the
r'lIt fWrr.Tue Then Townsend fired two she-Is NOTICE ed executor of the last will and decree a ad costs. ; n northeast. quarter section 19
the first The first struck 7-24-03 T. E. BIGGS. township 17. range 23
cannery, to bgiu operation quick succession. testament of JOHN.COLE, deceased on Special Master. The said land btug assessed at the date of

allt..w 11'1\1,11\ as a cb-l.1, are Iu addition to their Mrs. Pullen in the right side of the the iStft day of Fthruary ..t.901.. the issuance of such certificate U the name .( :,
of next season. Unless said
bullet ploughed make final settlement of his accounts and applv Unknown. certificate snail be re :
forehead and the second I and deemed according to law. tax deed will iv. '
Mdt.ti ,4 but they are for final discharge. Such final settlement NOTICE ue
iiuufry; factory interests, they contemplate through the left check. tearing the i application to be made to the county Judge of thereon on the 2&lh day of August. A. O. 'qoe.

buro_. du-iimluiitiusiu in their belling their Ciuuiug lUichiues to the flesh. Mrs. Pullea then ran a few I I Marion S 2s county 6m at Ocala. Florida(J. :I. LIDDELL: of Application: for Tax Deed Under Section S of 21St Witness day of my July official A. D.signature 1903.S. and seal thIS the

and dipnUlouThey will and other sections of steps when she fell Edson then D. A. :MILLER Chapter 4SSS' Laws of Florida. T. SISTRCNK.

I" farmers iu this turned tha revolver on himself. firing I .. ...... ... ..... ..... .. ...... .......- OTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN THTV.. C. 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. J-i*.

'dl'Ubt iu exploring; the woudeisofour the state.D. NOTICE *> Townsend. purchaser of tax certificates Nos.
two shots. The first shot weijt through 654 655. 103C; dated the tat day of July. A. U. NOTICE
!a.4 I.I
t buti. *.talnaud will i H. Irvine, a prosperous: firmer hie bead, the second entered the left 1901 and certificate 1236,date 7th da" of.ug.A D.
t 1)199.) has nled said certificate in my oSice. and
fltMi their trip& a< fat Ii'* good and real: estate, dealer near here, has breast near the heart. He dropped Notic.- of Application for Tax Deed ruder Sec has made application for tax deed to issue in Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under fe

f 4 the floor. his heal falling across thwoman's tion Chapter 4 88 Laws of Florida accordance with law Said certificate embracesthe tiou S.Chapter 4868. Laws of Florida.
tuak", nurli trips& rea-onably harvested a Urge crop of hay following described property situated in :
just feat. Both died almost instantly. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS. Marion county. Flonaa. to-Wit: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT MRS

21 Yurt I Oppeptic. from his, f.rtu at this place, and i U \ 733. dated. the" 2d purchaser day of Nov.of tax A certificate D. isy6. hasfiled No. Northwest quarter of northeast quarter or 'I 379. dated t, purchaser e 1st day of of tax Julv cer6c A MH NA,

said certificate in my office and made ap- north half of lot 2. section 3 township 14 range I l ;filed said certificates in my office; and ha.
It. Ii. Fustrr ;Sib K 21 St S.it now picking an-i shipping the grapes pnc-ition for tax deed to issue in accordance t3. Southwest quarter of the northwest quarter I 1 made application for tax deed to issue In ac-
Hot Day In London. I with law. Said certificate embraces the following section 34 and northwest quarter of northwest I ccrdance with law. Said certificate
1 ... I'Uy, writ.: "I have t.. oi4t from one of hU two viDe ard .- described property situated in Marion quarter section 30 all in township 13. Iange 25. the following described property I embrac"
\ New York Sept 3.-Tuesday pro county.: Florida. towitSoutn : and northeast quarter of northeast quarter or Marion county Fla. twit East half of northha
i tth d}>(pewi| or indiges421 Times-Union correspondence. ed one of the hottest days of the year I half of southwest quarter section tS north half ot let i. section 3, town phlp 14 of lo 2. section southwest quarter

tIet 'U township 14 south range 22 eat range 25. 13 Hyde Fark section 21 all in township
r doctors ecpt lt
>r.r. trl..l l many WASTED-SEVERAL:: INDUSTRIOUS PER- In London. says a dispatch from that 1 I. The said land being assessed at the date of The said land being assessed at the date of the 15. range 22. The said land bein?assessad
j *,1titnQ bottle of such certificate in the name issuance! of such certificate in the name of Lucy at the date of the issuance of
relief;.recently 1 got a in each state to travel for buuw established The HeraTi Only a few teyg the issuance such crfcatel..
sous city to Frank McDonald and
capital to call E. W. Agnew & Co. Unless] said certificate Wi'cox parties unknown the name of Unknown and
1Hrbn% *. I '.,ule cured tue, lam eleven years and and with agents a large lor successful and ago tha temperature fell to within! nappreelata.bie shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Unless said certificate shall Lauence Huener.
"'o* IIi upon Weekly will issue thereon on the 3rd day of Oct. A. D. according to law. tax deed will issue thereonon ding to Uw, tax deed wi'l issue theron ac'tie
U second. line. Permanent engagement distance of the freezing
|*rJug oil on the prufitable the 6lh day of October A. D. 1903. 2sth day of August A. 0.1903.

**"'-"owut'u.I.1 to my (friend; cash hotel salary bills of*advanced l*! and all in traveling cash each expensesand week. point, so that the sudden change wai 1903.Witness my official signature and seal this the Witness my official signature and seal this the Witness my official signature and seal this the
j of A. I) 2 th day of Aug A. D. 1903. 2ind day 01 July A_O.
Mention referenceand ZTta day August 1903.
:ltturtOI tbt'lu 1110." 5Db. at Auti- Experience:: not self-addressed envelope. THE felt to an exceptional! degree. M&ay S.T. SI5TRCNK. S.T. SI5TRUNK. 193.I. T. SISTRUNK.
; eJClose Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. 9" Clerk Circuit Court Iarioa Co., Fla. Clerk
IIf1ott1, drug .torl', 1U N.VTIOXAM 334 Dearborn St Chica go. 5-l-l6 cases of prostration were reported. 3 zi 7-24 Cut :ann Co.Fla.p

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icii E SAM TAKING ; i t"t"," " " " " " " " " " .

Turkey Cannot Tri53 With : ABE JAKE

American Inte:ests.e1E .


Jt Is EeHeved that tie' American Naval

1 & ",(,tration; 'In tie Turmst!
Wat1'iIill Cause lm tre rate Set -
terren: cf P.r.d1f\i: Dispute;
CoaiutUiople.: ;;t. The tort .....

hu l l 5or.a-so.ft5 arrests M to>:!fl tie save llai3t4T f01 T2: been;'Y.c Vi U cae iiocrtiig china*at* a:B vi,.rfU ..GU atf'e --- ---- flE1'4T\ % \ yjjj I ([1'fl11111'\f% \ l'. .;...

}Cepuy? 363 con:, rt-.tiers tnt*lid: State been vie asassi* aaj -- ". .......

tared. firs TsrEsh o2'xialj coanaueVi : I tIt 't. US ::
lailit tit to rtt&nij* was t.ae E
os tie rrte ccssui'j !ife, aid they re- 1
aaeart that the %vto. stfio ortrAt' a ....Ro .
L a ta-de-Jtie: 2re-i ca the occastoa&f
S a tAUT marriage and la scccrzcct = You have got to trust your grocer just like you do your doctor -

c i trust him with your health and incidentally your purse. If you get
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7r hold of one who thinks of your pocketbook to the detriment of your

y'Q-' ,' healthsyou cannot drop him too quick We make healthy customers

by,, selling them healthy food and satisfied customers by charging them 3


wY fair prices for all they buy, 3

g = d a 1 =
o ( i L J + .q

= Among the new arrivals within the past few days will be found Cod 3,

it E:: Fish and Mackerel in bulk, and Canned Shrimp. 3

to cjsoa: Mr Leischzaa, tine i ...
erer, rea a"a to accent such as era: -

u.t1rttlut Juildal; taTesugaUcn tclos.Te contt2ueaBurning proof that tie :: We handle a full line of the product The name of Heinz's Keystone Brand

The attempt cf to American burn the Colle Anericano ,e- =. of the National Buscuit Company's is sufficient to guarantee the purity :

ago' !:>and 2" at a Kharotit;e:Cl occurr was 4 the fire work sews or :-: anong which will be found of preserves and jams of the follow 3
4 la ladiriinal vto COL 1:;:red te: ha:
& grieraac against the college author
fruit flavors
lies. Wtea Mr L;ts hsjaa was is Nabisco ; ing :
formed of the att&rat he demander: : ...
that the port protect tiIsitltutlOE. A.Lffl'1.a'
and as a cor:.iuence Of I tli tepresentawocs, iastructions were -
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Mat to the authorities at Kharpui to .....iE
try !n the regular courts the charge Romona Apricots, ..
ega'.Mt! 50 Arnenlais accused: cf irar- ,
fcktIg In arms and eIgaJg ia otter o
eeditlous ac!!. Among the anuses c Raspberry,
!s Professor TfIlekedjlan of the Amer- G Champagne Wafers,
l !.college, whose treatment la prsoa a o Blackberry ...
pe&dlBj his trial was so ord r"i a
to be improves. Mr Liscaiaaa TSpressJtg e Homemade Ginger Wafers,
far a definite: s Ueiceat ota Apple, Peach, .
number of natters oa which ague ..-

authorities neirta were last reached year with but the which Turkish, rat p. Cheese Biscuit, Etc. Quince, Etc. 4

f?lte of frequent promises! oa the pan ...
of the porte hare never b en eiecat1 !1 -
For instance' a naturalized American ?p

although Is tHl the la porte prison has at Tripoli frequently! Syria lafonnel .. G a Bell Pepper, Mellon and Cucumber Mangoes. J:

Mr LeUchmaa that the author. e
c .
lliet at Beirut who have jurisdiction MlM
a ..
over Tripoli had been ordered to lib- a ..
.rate him. Yesterday )Ofr. lschman e
received a telegram from Rear Adia.r' Fresh Supply ut 2
al Cotton dated from

tc.lte1 fiaaday Sin at the Francisco enl States evenIng of this warships would, aaaouaclag week.arrive Brooklyn off that Beirut:aid the Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffees and Teas \

Despatch of Warships. Received this week. ;

The American officials: here attributethe -II
despatch of the warships to Turk p- .0
feh waters not solely to the Mabels '
ten affair, but to the general dissat. ...
factlon of the authorities XVaahlagtoa ,

te's flora prozise and at: the to the In aoa-fulfillmect regard determination to peadiaj of of the aues-Pres-por- Vermont Maple Syrup in (quart, 1-2 gal. and gallon cans. i/

lent Roosevelt to show Turkey that
the cannot trifle with: Ai'riran: rt pr*. ..
r eentations. Diplomatic circles here -4

generally of the approve United: of Staffs the ,energetic which It artion !s : If does handle the '
not of and \
pointed out Is amply Justified hy the your grocer goods
bad faith of Turkey and it 13 felt her
that the appearance of the Unites .
States arihip in Turkish waters
mill lead to the Immediate settlement give
o>f the pending dispute Nothing sc
Impresses the porte as a naval demon -
titration! and the diplomats claim: that -II
this will be specially noticeable !la the duct send order
present case as the Americans are not just us your and be convinced that
frterej Kke other powers by agreements ti P-
regulating! the international, political I ....
: affairs of Turkey. I "

Flrtt Official Dispatch. ,
Washiatfoa. S 1Jt. 2.-The first official ?e
dispatch coining directly from rim -44
Beirut regarding the Magelssen affair 04
tai ben received by Secretary Hay. F '
It is dated Aug. 31. and is signed by ....
" Consul RaTeadaL It says:
t "The attempt an Magelssen's life 0
fallad THE TEA POT -4P
,lee utterly.consul suffered A narrow no escape Injury.. bud GROCER

z Appointed Arbitrator.The J
HAUt, &?opt. !.Professor ---

-Lammasca.ODe of of Awtrla.the arbitrators ha been of the appointed A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors.

ilalm of the allied powers for preferential -'IIIII
treatment ta the settlement r .-
with Venenela.! 'Dr. Zora a pro- II I. -

burr fMsoc arbitration, repreteats at the court.ralTersity Cknaaay of Wore Koealf the- :?i 1' l ll" I l ll 1 I 1 Ella i I"I"Illal" "ll" 4"" Il" l "boel'" "lll" " ..1"" " " " ,.-II


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