The Ocala banner
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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: July 1, 1904
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


"r'tr"r"r"r'Tf'tr"'r'tr11r"r'tr"r"'r'tr't"'r"r'1r"r11r'tr' ' ' AT THE ICE FACTORY. BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM. PORT INGLIS GROWING I SENSATION --

An Elegant Watermelon Feast Givon /Atlantic Coast line Making Valuable Its Exports Nearly a' Million and a ED IN GAINESVILLE,

I 1 Daniel's Tonic Pills i There Tuesday Night. I II I Improvements- on Road. Half 'a Year-A New Railroad

The most novel party that has been I The I Building. Injunction Take gel Preventing
j Atlantic Coast Line has just I Ii tal't
given in Ocala was the one Hon. Fred Cnbberly, collector of Delivery. tf a Boot frietetf
E For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. 3 I i j completed a complete system of block I*
-- -- Tuesday night at the new Taylor ice !j! {signal service between Richmond and customs for the ports of Cedar Key Ocala, !Ii

:V-- f 0 .-.p factory at which time Mr. John Taylor I Selma, a distance of 162 miles. and Port Inglis states that Port There ia going to I* a...*|, .... 3

== : == I and :Mr. John Mathews were the Owing to heavy travel between Inglis is one of the busiest ports en time southern" "A.a..... tfntfg tat I'

-::: -I' .;.. A- hosts. There were about seventy-five the gulf coast just now, and has been laineaville worth 1R"ln'
Rock :Mount to Concentnea Creek the sodas I Ior

-fc_ -::,::: :;, ''* .v... ....... =-3 present, among them being quite a stations will be placed every three for the past year, during which time two if Mrs.: W. Lie SmfcK who it

s-r ,I .a. ..,: --- large number of the married people. miles, while between Richmond and there has been approximately 1,500- the author of awtaiw took. eetRKW

--- ('. ",' -- The entire ice factory was filled Rock :Mount: the stations will be much 000 in phosphate shipped from that "The Smith- 'ht....... TiW" a htRA.

-- J\0Ci I ."."S-' e with happy young folks, who were farther apart. port. Port Inglis is the shipping I ly sensational h. *, whir a 4vWu

., '. .' enthusiastic over The \ point of the immense
-.e every thing. mines of the several proroiiwi edtlaawe
: In order to keep abreast with everything is .u..fIdto
:-:: I! So': =-= factory, from the office to the cold I I modern in railroad service Dunnellon Phosphate Company, one takt-Jthe book mat of &Iw exprrwoffice

--- .- --- storage, is as neat and spotless as any the' Coast Line has installed the new of the largest operating mines in the here. It U. nmfrutmij that I

-- -1 parlor and was certainly a cool and state. A railroad is now being builtto certain" .
iate. .
--- ---- ----- -- .-... system at a considerable expense and t t d h.. IMW*) ..
-- refreshing place for a party.In the port, and in the course of a few I injunction pruhibidnff the
will maintain watchmen at a further 4ttrudirrnExprrse

1 POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. J the cold storage room were and continued outlay. But the 'safety months the Buttgenbach lint'ill Cowpwy from etottoftec it,.

watermelons and cantaloupes galore have an outlet and make Port Inglis books, which
of the passengers is of the highest at taw ia tide .-
::: Prescriptions! receive careful attention. == that had been on ice for severalda.s their shipping point. office
__ .___ n___ -__ -_ -_ importance to the road and the block here, and of whk* mate than
.,. [being made ready for this feast. "Three large
ships are now loadingat live htuxlrMl .
hv. .bw
system was placed in service. cop *4.J
71111lIIIIIlllillllllllllllllllllllllt;( i lllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll1111C l When they were taken out and cut the port," remarked Collector by siiWriptiuii.
Uuder the block system only one
--- 'I- the hungry crowd surely made them Cubberly, and a large four-masted It will !1ft nranrtunel
train each way can enter the blockat afc wwral
.,- _"_._ I J MIJ.ll.L1! I rapidly disappear and they were con schooner is expected daily with a month
( the same time, thus minimizingthe ago J. W. Wttnun.
ceded to be the the finest melons ever: cargo of 1,200 tons of railroad iron
danger of an accident and making principal of thelUM*School. whiw..d
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE tasted by anybody in the crowd. for the Port Inglis road, which will Donald Smith
collisions nearly impossible. ism of M*. !tettfe it
Several watermelon fights added be used to connect the Buttgenbachmines. is
In alleged unmercifully aM
addition to the improvementsnoted wttfamtprovocation.
LANDS.If zest and laughter to the occasion and This vessel will load out with
the Coast Line is now letting The.* wt taken up
in every possible the eveningwas phosphate for that .
way company.It and carried to '
Judge )1. .
contracts for the double tracking of eottrt
one of delight. is rumored that the Dunnellon
the sections between Rocky Mount it wa trued by a Jav? aeri fordefendantdisAfbsed.
This party was a happy thought on Phosphate Company will soon begin
have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or and Contentnea, a distance of twenty l. It WM tkuetffcithat
the part of Messrs. Taylor and :Mathews : the erection of arid chambers at Port this
lease on royalty communicate with him. miles. Savannah :Morning: News, would be tile tei of UM
and their guests are very enthus Inglis for the manufacture of acid trouble
but Mr .
June IS, 1904. Smfeh WM not content
iastic over the splendid time "that phosphate for domestic and foreignuse. with the
vwlfet of fee jw ,

they all had. The Original. The incoming cargoes of vessel whom the Ux-krwl ww" WMM

Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. Three cheers to the Ocala young & Co. will then comprise acids, while exports men, and to
Foley Chicago, originatedHoney I how taw ehamoUf of
men than whom there are no finerin will b3 acid
1 I and Tar as a throat and lung these men and tithe* whom. ... ife-

the country! remedy, and on account of the great Collector Cubberly states that the Glared are allied wfefc y* WMwua

merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Dunnellon Phosphate is
Company force
1100 has
USA ELISABETH HASSIS Lccal Editor I Mr. Jesse E. Burtz, the wide awake Safeguard the Children. and Tar imitations offered wrtttmi a boa* whtrfa
many are -
employing a large number of
men, will
::: local editor of the Gainesville Sun, Notwithstanding all that is done for the genuine. Ask forFoiey's prove highly fahriJtllef to the
by boards of health and charitable the port is a scene of activity at all people of this be tine.f .
ABOUT TOWN. was a visitor to our city Tuesday and Honey and Tar and refuse
HAPPENINGS inclined the death rate times, and that many thousands 0
Wednesday.Mr. persons any substitutes offered as no other Mrs. Smith it .b niiiliniiiiiil. hM
among small children is high dollars are paid out month.-
very pn.rations give the same sat- every shown! up howe of the nrmjajent:;
The band is getting ready for the during the hot weather of the sump isfaction. It is mildly laxative. It Gainesville Sun. | cM-
and Mrs. J. A. Jordan
came u zens of Gainesville hi .
a watt .
a* *.
months in the
fourth. mer large cities. Thereis contains no opiates and is safest for
from Tampa Wednesday and are the not probably one case of bowel children and delicate Post- One Ladies' Recommendation Sold tional light. and ttoee ctttoetM aw
Mr. Louis Brush, of Jacksonville, is persons. Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain'sStomach
guests of Mrs. Jordon's motherIrs.. complaint in a hundred, however, office Drug Store. m using every endeavor to beep th*

in the city._ Layne. that could not de cured by the timelyuse and Liver Tablets. book /iftermined f'i1't'Q .......
-- out n -n U-_... ..._ L... ........
For rent several small cottages. of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Farmers Still Busy Around Reddick I I have, I believe,sold fifty boxes of
)Ir. C. L. Moore left in woman, and
our office Chamberlain's keys ,he k
'cJ J. Starr Sternberger. 7-1 and Diarrhoea Remeky. For sale by and Anthony. Stomach and Liver

Tuesday an egg plant which is almost all druggists. m Tablets on the recommendation of going to (put this hook Mur. the
j A new tore is qeing opened up in Wednesday a representative of this
.. an exact imitation of a base one lady here, who first bought a box public if he U eomjxlfei to ru to
i the Montezuma block. Mrs. Wiggs of the met :Mr.: Baxter Cam
ball mit. Cabbage Patch. paper proprietor of them about a year ago. She never New York to do U.-datowHrllfe He*.

'. Tyding' & Co., have a full line of Alice Hegan Rice's popular story, of the Ocala Seed Store, who has tires of telling her neighbors and

fancy box paper of all'discriptions.' :x3Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt and "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," just returned from the Anthony sections friends about the good qualities of Iho! farmer's Wife,

baby and :Mrs.: W. W. Clyatt left which has been dramatized and He said that the farmers are these tablets. P. :M.: Shore, druggist Is very careful about br Hmra.
F. E. Haskell of Lake
Weir, for Asheville Rochester, Ind. The purgative effectof She scalds! it thoroughly after Being. ,
Tuesday N. C. to be
which has :
I so successful will busy shipping their to I
proven ,
visiting in Ocala these and
wa Wednesday.Mr. tablets makes them a favor-I given it a tmn bath to w4H H.

gone all summer. be given at the opera house Friday the market and continue to get satis- orite with ladies everywhere. For She knows that if her ebtmi .ta.. lour
R. L. Anderson has returned
I. Miss Sara Teague, who has been night for the benefit of Grace Episcopal factory returns. He said that his sale by all druggists. m it will taint the butter tart k m.4e
from brief business to Jackson-
a trip visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Teaguefor I church. The cast of characters i brother, C. :M.: Cam is busy canning Miss Camp's Dance. in it. The stomach i I. a chera. In
ville. I the stomach and
a short while, returned to her has already been given in these I tomatoes aud is now putting up 1,200 The young society crowd were de- dlgwtthe awl nutritive
When bilious take Chamberlain's tracts are perform {mx***
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale home at Lady Lake Tuesday.Mr. columns and by glancing over the cans per day and has been doing this lightfully entertained Tuesday night es which are eraetly akin to UM

.)by all druggists. m list of those taking part in the play, for more than a week past and will by Miss: Sallie Camp at her handsome churning of butter. la it not apparent

I and :Mrs.: D. A. ,Clark and baby it is needless to say that it will be a be kept busy for the next month or home on Camp Heights.The then that if this ktomaeh pump b

i Mr. L. L. Mew, of Orange Lake, of Martel left Wednesday for Sea- big success. more. lie finds this industry quite party was given for :Miss: "sour" it sours all which U jH into

was Ocala's prominent visitors it? The evil of the fool
among breeze, where they will spend several The admission will be 50c. for profitable and the wonder is that oth- Camp's guest, Miss Elinor Cassidey, ttoowh ..
.on Tuesday. not the bad taste in the HMMttfc and,
weeks. reserved seats. The performancewill ers do not follow his very excellent a very attractive young girl of Jacksonville the foul breath caused by k. but th*

I will paper your rooms and furnish The prettiest and mnit upto-date begin at S:30 o'clock. example and keep these products that who is spending a few weeksin corruption of the pure ewiwRt- of the

wall paper for$2.50 up. J. Starr line of box paper for ladies' correspondence are not shipped from going to waste Ocala. A large number were pre- blood and the Ui* imiUloH of
Sternberger._ 7-1 can be had at Tydings & Marriage at Oxford sent and the evening was delightfullyspent throughout the body. Dr. Hwe'e.

Mr. Robert Blake and children are Company's and the prices are reason- Mr.:: J. Elbert Stevens, of this city, She Tried Five Doctors. Golden Medical Dfceomy Makes the

:fci vtoting Mr. Blake's mother in Talla- -ble, too. was married to Miss Musie: Griggs :Mrs.: Francis L. Sales, Missouri:: in dancing and other pleasant sour stomach swert. It doe.t for Ute

haw ee.h Mr.:: H. S. Chambers has just put a Sunday morning at the home of the Valley, Ia., writes: "I have been amusements. stomach what the wa,hfng awl MUI
:Miss: Camp and :Miss: Cassideywere bath do for the Hmm--ah ehsi.4y
r Our nightmare lovely and our I new two and a half inch floor in the bride's parents at Oxford, Rev. afflicted with kidney trouble five
: assisted in receiving their remoe.ry tainting or eon' plleg
bowling allew and is Dunklin officiating.Mr. years; had severe pains in in my back element. "Ooldm
young people are making the most of doing everything guests by :Mrs.: Clarence Camp. Mnik Wares'
I them. possible to make it a popular Stevens is a Marion county boy and a frequent desire to urinate. ery" contains no alcohol. wkMte> up
When riding I experienced Cured of Bright' Disease.
of : intoxicant and no aareatie.
Mr. John
rendezvous. being a son W. Stevens,
For the next 30 Wall
paperat the I
pain over region of the kidneys. Mr. Robert 0. Burke, Elnora N.
half regular price. J. Star of Ft. :McCoy: one of the county'smost I tried five physicians without benefit Cite Florida Mm a Case
Mrs. Robert Taylor and children I Y., writes: "Before I started to use
i Sternberger. 7-1 prominent farmers. He works and then concluded to try Foley's The Florida
Crue I had
: Foley's Kidney to get up Prewi.te4'wblrh
returned home
Wednesday after- for Tax Assessor and is Kidney Cure. After taking three. twelve
Ayer a progressive from to times
Mr. Allison Wartman, of Citra, twenty a night, has been ci ndiBg th* welt te the
noon from a visit to Mrs. bottles I I
Taylor'sparents $1 was cured.
young: business man and his completely and I was all bloated with
i Fla., is visiting friends at 200 Ashley Postoffice up dropsy city "doing" the fair, POT tlJ in
Mr. and Mrs. Drug Store. up
D. G. Cliffordat m and
friends throughout the county join in my eyesight was so impaired I
*>treet.-Atlanta Journal. the Palace de Coi4iUM Wlula..totltl
Eustis. wishing him and his bride all could scarcely see one of my family
hap- It should be gratifying to the
people afternoon after
i ,
across the room. I hack given C'4&Ii&wtIIc.-.p.
)Ir. and Mrs. L. Horn of York up
are piness.Mr.
Mrs.: George A. Nash has gone to of Florida to know that by the hope of living, when a friend recom- tary T. J. ApjJ yanl, whims P... .
back from a pleasant visit to the St. and. :Mrs.: Stevens
are now at end of the present month the mended
New York to spend the summer with supreme Foley's Kidney One dent McBeath of th* mnBiliHoaj. in a
Louis home to their friends in this docket 5Oct. bottle worked wonders and be-
city. court will be cleared of cases.
relati'es.Ir.: Nash accompanied his neat and appropriate adiliwe
fore I had taken the third
bottle the
expobition.'I wife as far as Jacksonville Chamberlain's Colic Three years ago the court docket con- sented him with a hniliil
'I from Cholera and Dia dropsy had gone, as well as all other gohj MM.

:. dren, whence she sailed over the Clyde rrhoea Remedy. tained 403 cases and with three jus- symptoms of Bright's disease." On the bead of the Bane WM hr.rrlhed j

Brown House .esterda-GainesYille I line. > This remedy is certain to be neededin II tices they were said to be five years Postoffice Drug Store. : "Prevented to T. J. .'...yant |

almost every home before the sum- behind with their work. The addi- '- --
Mrs. Edward Holder returned to Marriage Last Night. by the Florida freer AaaueMtlioe. Ht
mer is over. It can be
always depended
sun.Mrs.. J. H. Strunk and children, of Dunnellon Wednesday afternoon after :I upon even in the most severe tion of three justices at that time, From Tuesday's Daily. Louis, 1904." Mr. Aft **** hM !

Plant City, are visiting Mrs. Strunk's spending a short while at the Ocala and dangerous of cases. It is espec- however, enabled them to transact Mr. Drew Mathews surprised his been secretary of the iniatiatina M. y.|

h kibter, Miss Nellie Anderson at Mrs. House. Mrs.: Holder will leave next ially valuable for summer disordersin business more rapidly, and now for Ocala friends yesterday by the announcement teen:years and k fa BMM ogmltr j

children. It is pleasant to take the first time in many years the end that he member. lie left
L. Dozier's. week for Atlantic Beach for the sum- was going out to f..1'IorWa W4..*- |

and never fails to give prompt relief. is in sight. After the .June term it Williston to be married last night to day night, tmt>W2rHami: with th* ',

Miss Lulu Moody returned home. mer.Mrs. Why not buy it now? It may save will not be for future
, James Williams and infantson life. For sale by all druggists. m necessary gen- Miss Eleanor Edwards.Mr. turpentine o{ ra""n of that elate

t Wednesday afternoon from a few i erations to receive the decisions in : Mathews: works for the H. B. for Florida day at th* fair, My iMr.
of Crystal River in
days visit to Miss Kate Walker at I for brief were Ocala Miss: Mary Ross has as her guest cases filed by their forefathers.- Masters firm and is a bright young Apptejf ard fe .. of |ht treat. t
a while
j Orange Lake. Wednesday. They Miss: Violet Harris, of Ocala Florida Gadsden County Times.
; .
I gentleman, His bride is: an exceedingly prominent tlmnrmrefrr te rVrti aanl
left over the A.: C. L. for :Madison-
;1 a typical daughter of the south of the and attractive Is a delegate at la ..
I pretty girl and is *** eo. a ttm.iconvention
Mrs. C. J. Joseph and childrenjeft ville, Ky., where they will spend the brunette of Dr. J. C. Moffat is a graduate!
style beauty which is She is sister Mre.I..
t quite young. a of Mr. Chron
Wednesday afternoon Clearwater, summer. medicine and has as much right to 1
always associated with the W. P. Edwards of this and c 1e. SJ. j
orange city
prescribe for the sick as wasa .
where they expect to spend the summer :Mrs.: L. W. Jackson any physician _
formerly of groves of her native state. Miss Har- and to mothers student at the School
gives his High the past The MorwoiM ol4a* .. W 'Md
this city but now residing in Ocala, ris, who is the daughter of a "TEETHINA" as the best remedy
prom- year. at the imra ratHf wit. .
f1 Tyding3 sM MMf lured in
Mrs. L. and her daughter is on a visit to relatives here. Mrs. inent newspaper editor and they can use for their teething child-
III' proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Mathews will returnto our big clues and the i
ffisJwieaMe of
Mrs. Annie Stroud and little son Jackson has ren. "TEETHIXA" aids digestion
many friends in this of 3
city Ocala will be
a visitor in Jack
Ocala today to make this their the country are ,_ker1 H. till y
the bowels *-
regulates overcomes and I
of Anthony, went down to Dunedin who are always
glad to see her.- for
son some time.-Jackson (Tenn.) I I counteracts the effects of the sum home. We wish them every happiness closure of baser,*, Mftiiiif te
Wednesday to spend several months. Gainesville Sun. Sun. ,
Daily mer's heat and makes teething easy. in their married life. Utah. So there it U.


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Both Government and RevolutionaryForces
N I r FROM FOUNDATIONSHavoc COLORS Lose Heavily Agriculture:
land i crap
New York, June 30.-Dispatches Be good to your an your
will b j good. Plenty of FOR
frca R-cgi, a Brazilian town ear

the Uruguayan frontier, report says

r r Japanese Have Attacked and Wrought by CloudburstIn Decoration of Great Coliseum x flepaM diafatch from Buenos Ayres, Potashfathefertilizerspellsquality

Pennsylvania. Hall at St Louis. Argentina that a courier sent by Sa-

r Captured Three Forts. ravia, has arrived there with a report | A, YOU!

LIVES OF MANY PEOPLE IN PERIL I FOR'THE GREAT CONVENTION from the battle at Tupambae, Uruguay. and quantity in the har ,y ;
r RUSSIAN SHIP GOES UPON ROCKS The fighting began on Wednesday vest Write us and ;L
of last week and continued the we will send you,
f Water Swept with Irresistible Force, Portrait of Thomas Jefferson to HangOver free by next mail,
following day. The government force DRINK
6t. Petersburg Awaits With Breathless our money winning
Carrying Houses and
Bridges Away
Stage-Plans for Deccrattoi
had COO killed and 800 wounded while books.OERHAN.
Interest News of the Opposing and Drowning Horses and Cattle. Have Been Completed and Great she revolutionists suffered 100 killed KUI ftOBKS, I

Armies In Manchuria-Decisive Bat. wounded. The revolution. New Vork-Naaa St.
and GOO(
Many Daring Rescues
Reported Hall Will Present Gala Appearance. erJerry i
tie Thought To Be Impending.Che fits captured a big quantity of war AwedtW-fl S..at.adSr. bJ
Pittsburg, June 20.-Over f St. Louis, June 30.-It was statedat supplies. I

Foo, Juno 30.Chinese arrivals homes, business houses and school the headquarters for the national Another diapatok from Bage says

here from Port Arthur report a large houses, a short distance from Pitta- Democratic convention which will con the rest of the revolutionary forces t

r vessels, presumably a Russian vessel, burg, on the Panhandle railroad, were vene In the Coliseum on July C, that under Maranla Saravla, brother or

:? on the rocks 10 miles southeas Inundated in from 2 to 10 feet of wa.1 the only portrait that will be Lung! the leader of the rovlutionists, is pursuing r

Liao Tie Shan promontory. ttr from Roblnon's run, by a cloudburst in the convention hall will be one of the government troops under

Three funnel and three masts are last night. I Thomas Jefferson John Martin, General Benavaente. The revolution. THE OPT

f above water The Chinese also state Many buildings and bridges were I temporary ergeant-at-arms of the tats occupy excellent pO ltlon!.

that after the Japanese fleet moved washed away, horses .and cattle were convention, said that !It would hardly
r away from the entrance to Port ArBEAB drowned and at least one life was lost. I do to have portraits of living Democrats STRENUOUS RULES ADOPTED. n DRINK

It was rumored that others: had displayed as permanent fix Burnett

perished, but the reports have not I' tures in the convention lull. Employs of Large Stores In New I

wen verified. There were many narrow I Plans for the decorations have been York Must Not Gamble.
escapes. ; IOmpl ted and the large hall will pro- New York Jun e30.-Some of the I MerchantTailoring.
In the Ba. Ian i'
& hotel, McDonald sent a gala appearance. Red, white big life Insurance companies and several

I Charles! Hay, the engineer, was tear and blue, will predominate, but the of the largest stores in the city "

in i room in the basement Almost Louisiana Purchase exposition colors have begun a war fin race track gambling I ( lU t.

without warning the water pour. I will be a feature of the decorative among their employes.One .

1 the door was cut off. He reached I be formed of ochre bunting. The notifying its clerks that even their

\ safety by crawling through the transom -'I walls will be decorated with national presence at a race course will be Finest Imported and

to window colors exclusively and the stage \\ counted sufficient cause for dismissal I Domestic Cloths. .
Tee Murchland sisters, who conduct be done In a star spangled effect. in a large department store betting
i ni..nery store at McDonald narrowly found fb be rite I Cutting Specialty METTOIsade'
3 The coats of arms of the several was among young
escaped death In the flood. states and territories will be placed clerks and even cash girls. Their I Fits Guarantee

Their store was washed from its at intervalsalong the walls and on medium of gambling was learned to I licious;beverage made

ease The three were rescued by the platform. The standard indicat- be a hand bookmaker who visited t :i

w Charles Cameron, who waded out to ing the delegates will be of white store daily, taking wagers as,low as : from ripe Saw Palmetto -

I Iw the building and carried out the sisters with red rims and blue letterings. 10 cc ts.

.. one by one. The house of Arnold Berries. Absolutely free
Glaser was overturned by the MILES' NAME CHELRED. Fire Devastates Village. I; i
from harmful
torce of the rushing waters. dn& Mettof
(! Saranac, N. Y., June 30.-Fire fJ'i f
The five members of his family had National Prohibition Convention at In reported to have devastated the lower : '!stimulates the Lirr
sought safety in one of the upper ,
dianapolis, Ind. .
F, halt of the village of Lake Placid :
rooms. All succeeded in reaching Indianapolis, June 21).-The tenth ;
a well known summer resort. Ti1flumes : ; flushes the KidVg acts
land ,
by swimming and wading. i
national Prohibition convention
open- ;
were discovered after midni.v
Miss Blanche! Bush, a clerk in a ed today in Tomlinson hall with 4,000 'i
t ADUTHAL VITHOTT. "LJ spread rapidly. The American 'IATIQNAI SURGICAL INSTITUTE.Atlanta. directly on the BM
at McDonald, had
Commander of Port Arthur Fl eL] a narrowescape. delegates, alternates and visitors pres- hen'G was destroyed, together Ga. UbUih d 1U. .I
The store was lifted from ent. The hall was profusely decorated the cottages and barns attached: i Treats Club Feet, Diseases of the Spin, Rim Makes the organs -
fainte, Pll's, Fistula, F. le and perform
its Paralj-sls. m i
p.ace and swept into the stream.
n thur June 24, the Russian fleet again with the national colors. On the There were no guests in the burner i> private diseases Hernia, BbeamaQsm. Urinary j jirgans
emerged, remaining out a short time. Miss Bush was caught in the structure platform hung pictures of Abraham hoteL : etc. band for Illustrated drenlar.LUMBER. { their functions in a
Fighting is and as it floated away she Lincoln Clinton :a ,
reported to be continuous Fiske and Francis '
screamed for help. Her cries -. -
on land and sea. .The weather were Willard. natural I way thereby
t| has been stormy since Monday, and heard by George Hammerlmg. an ol' The convention was called to order Croup. !

tj! .: extreme heat la reported from Man operator. He plunged into the water by National Chairman Oliver W. Stew In violent inflammation of the keeping the system in a

t churia. I! and swam out into the buildingand set, of Chicago. In introducing the mucous membrane of the wind pipe, '

swam back again, taking MissBush Rev. George H. Peeke, of Sandusky, which sometimes extends to the perfect and healthy..*

Tokio, June 29.-3:30 p. m.-It is with him. Ohio, to make the opening prayer, he lyrnx and bronchial tubes; and is one !
unofficially reported that three forts I Both the electric line plants at McDonald said: of the most dangerous diseases of IU)( (:J( and I dition.i : : : : ;

southeast of Port Arthur were attacked were flooded and the town "There is one convention when the children. It almost always : ))n.:, Eu

and captured by the Japaneseon was in total darkness. opening prayer is not a mere formality comes on in the night. -
t Sunday. No confirmation of the Railroad traffic on the Panhandle and it is now about to be open Give frequent small doses of Ballard's !| Dry Siding, Flooring and Ceiling :
tI section is
report is obtainable.St completely tied up, tracks Chairman Stewart introduced W. S. Horehound Syrup and apply Ballard's i :!;

I washed away and many town* above ,, Doan, of Indianapolis, who welcomed Snow Liniment externally to the i|: J!

Petersburg, June 29.-1:30 p. m. and below Oakdale and Carnegie are the delegates on behalf of the Prohibitionists throat. 25c, DOc, $1.00. Sold by'I' B. H. Seymour
-The whole city Is without means of communication. Th !!t'I ,
awaiting w of the city and state. When; Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. m ,
breathless interest news from the opposing only fatality reported so tar was the he mentioned the name of General l' Ocala, Fla.NOTICE ,

armies in southern Manchuria, drowning of an unknown Italian, Miles there was a burst of applaUSe INSTRUCT FOR COCKRELL. .
grappled in the decisive battle of the whose body was found floating m Robinson j! I
J campaign. But those fully, appreciating run early today. j,I I II I MANY SAILORS DROWNED. Missouri State Democratic Convention I i -

the almost impassable country The damage will reach $100,000. I i A. E. Detour administrator with wi".: an 11v
No Hearst Talk. i
a through which the I! j noised of Ed. Deloue gives notice that on tie e
Japanese columnsare
HARVARD COMMENCEMENT. Disastrous Experiments With a Russian Joplin, Mo., June 30.-Before the ]I 1ztAdaNof GpfrtnlKr. IfjOI,
advancing and the of
Torpedo Boat. Democratic state convention to elect : he will present his account and vouchers In the
moving large bodies of troops into St. Petersburg, June 30.-Twenty- 36 delegates to the national convention county Judge for final settlement and a.k I Jr a ) IuIe
Attendance Larger Than For Many i discharge. This btk day of Starch 1304
position, hardly the battle
expect to
two sailors were drowned at the Baltic met here today United States ; A K DELOI'EST i.
begin in earnest inside of several Years Past works today during experimentswith 311 em 6m administrator fctc :;
Senator William J. Stone. GovernorA.
Cambridge, Mass., June 30.-The tBERDINE
days, although that
admitting heavy weather for the torpedo boat Delfin, which M. Dockery and Congressman .: __ ilQ
fighting between the advance forces commencement I
has been converted into submarineboat.
a Champ Clark and D. A. DeArmon: I
today was most unfavorable.
may now be in progress. The Nevertheless '
papers I
the attendance were still in i : the lead for delegates'at I
with the exception of the was large
army organ Four officers and :CO: i
men were onboard
than In larga There was no talot:: i iIlcartt
many years, especially !
and the Novoe
Vremya, are unanImously '
those from the ranks of the older when the signal was given to and Parker, and it is a for =
of the opinion that a pitched
graduates of the university. submerge the boat without first properly gone ctncln! =!ice that the convention I Iwm.ld ,
battle is certain. The former is silent
The t I closing the manhole. instruct for Cockrell for presi- J 7 Indications ot
the procession to Sander's theater j sore torn* form It s r v
on subject, General l
especially as '
where the exercises were held was The result was that the vessel sank. d at. ;, trouble, biliousness or ft baa 1 cE r _ia< .s w all

irouded Kuropatkin's in movements are I headed by the candidates for the honj I T5e cr;',"iatiol was in control oft next overtake you. Don tr eK ,t. &ou ute*t I

Vremya says:mystery. The Novae j orary degrees and included Governor WON'T HAVE LITTLE JOB. ::;: t::<.lC:.::: \ EH a'Ied, the followerso / \ don't takfl calonm*!or( n.at

Bates and his staff. : ,*.c; -1: V. Fell", the St. Louis boo-
"The time for strategy is passed. Among the commencement speakers Sam Jones Hs No Time for the Vice d'..: prosecutor: who is running for
We are now on the eve of tactics.
was Frederick W. Catlett, oi Presidency* governor, received: but slight recov i in
rot the
knowing exact of
position our Wellsville, 0. whose topic was the Catoosa Springs, Ga., June 30.- :l-jn. All of tie leading candidate baa all their grit w r rf thc tf
forces, we cannot state what Kurt -millionaire[ In politics:' The Rev. S. P. Jones, when asked concerning for delegate at large were machir deadly effertju HER .'( t.ter
patkln intends to do. It is possible Five hundred the mention of himself for the I regularly w'rf! < s'ttte.1 i t ht *>*.<* feUoo ,.. ,.
candidates for the degree men, with the exception of State Rep-
he may consider it untimely and the iiigestiv9 .u"
unprofitable vice unmus Ill le.&t1c t
to enter upon a decisive of bachelor of arts was admittedand presidential nomination on the national resentative Oliver, whose chances of EiU off< j I"Uiin.ai.+ ...............
other degrees were conferred Prohibition ticket, said: election were small. I Urn 111
engagement of all his forces, in *' upon *, keep yea m gwaTBY b.At&
event while engaging the whois candidates for bachelor of agricul.I "I ain't got time for a little job llks[ James A. Reed, ex-inaycr of Kansas IT TCWHT.
enemy lure upon graduates of medical and that I can sit on the front end oi City, who withdrew last month from r
p uring troops down upon him he 30o .. BetO., .t.D
retire dental schools, gradutes of the law my own shebang and do my own driving the gubernatorial race after a major
to his
inforcements. meet re school and graduates of the divinity and I like that better than crawling ity of th county' primaries had In- For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

) school. up behind some other fellow." structed for Folk was named by the
tone in both public and official:1rcJe _,
machine as temporary chairman. L
report that Port Arthur
squadron has .
successfully put to sea and that Inspecting Life Preserver ,'.tI) ,W\ __________
r They Will Spend Summer in the Ber Dan Emmett, Famous Minstrel, Who
hip have has removed actually the been sunk seems to nese Oberland. Wrote South's Battle Hymn. Pittsburg. June 30.-Captain Isaac The Portable Saw r/i: ; :1 !>. Coals hi1N..

despondency, and New York, June 30.-Messrs. Pe r. Columbus, 0* June 30.-A telephone B. Williams, United States steamboat OUR MILL IS 1 -
developments on land and THZ 'CMI-iC( :
sea are dicaris and Varely, just rescued from message received from Mount Vernon inspector, i3 being kept very busy
looked forward to with
increase the Moroccan brigands are expected 0., today announced the sudden just now inspecting life pre rvers.

cheerfulness.General Kuropatkin has issued with their families to spend the summer death in that city of Dan Emmett, the From 1,000 to 1,500 are being made PORT A8iE MILL.

an in the Bernes Oberland, says a old-time minstrel and famous as the and shipped by express to New You
army order insisting the kindest
on Herald dispatch from Geneva, Switzer composer of "Dixie." every day from this city The reasonis
and most humane treatment of Japanese land. Emmett was about So years old. attributed to the Slocum disaster.It It is a portable null. trt u r .lr portmbfc. *a1ir Nrfset

prisoners and wounded notwithstanding Physicians recommend absolute rest His last public appearance was Is said the owners of steamboats lumber. Capacitiw 2.m.: k, j i t feet I ,
the tiles of atrocities
mlttod by the aJpanese. com- for Mr. Perdlcarls, and It is proba made about four years ago, when h e are hurrying life preservers on board
that the families will not return to toured the states with a minstrel the vessels so that if an inspection is
BODY FOUND- IN RIVER. Morocco for some time. company. ordered by the government, they will i
-"" be prepared for it. The purchasers

Silk Tie Was Knotted Tightly About Maine Republicans. AT'WORLD'S FAIR. refuse to wait for the arrivals of the

Woman's Neck. Bangor, Me.. June 30.-The Republican goods by freight, and the shipments

St. Paul, June 30.-Witn a silk convention assembled here today Virginia State Building Appropriately) are being made by express.
with William T. Cobb, of Rockland .
tie knotted
tightly about the neck, Dedicated.
the body of a stylishly dressed woman Charles H. Prescott of Biddleford.Bart SL Louis, World's Fair Ground, Was Shocked by 'Phone.

who had evidently been strangled to M. Fornal, of Leland and Elliot June 30.-The West Virginia stat Cordele, Ga. June 30.-Miss Clive
Wood of Winthrop, rival candidatesfor Johnson, z telephone operator in the
death =
was found today floating in the building wasdedicated with appropriate p
Mississippi river. gubernatorial nomination. There ceremonies today Cordele exchange, was knocked from
is a strong feeling among the more her chair and shocked into insensibility
The in The
manner which the cloth waa principal address was made tHan. f-
wound about the throat indicates that prominent party leaders that Cobb John T. McGraw of Grafton, W. which lasted for several minutes,

the woman was murdered. will, be nominated.. Va.., who presented the state flag, during a severe electric storm here.

The woman was about 30 years o' Police Search for Lost Man. which was unfurled for the first time. Cheerfully Recommended for Rheu

Corflmluton New York, June .-A general presided W. E., Whitakeri and the ceremonies state chairman were, ..matlsm.O. TAKE YOUR MILL 76 THt tNt

Montgomery Ala.. June 30. The alarm has been sent out by the police followed with a reception. G. Higbee, Danville, Ills.,writes Can be sec and ready to XJT in rwo ftoin YaritoUt trio

Alabama capitol building commissionmet for Arthur Russell Jeffreys a Dec. 2,1901: "About two years agoI lion Cable Fw-d. Shttefury} Niti*. My HJM>tr. Kft

and took steps to begin the work nephew of Sir Robert Geoffrene; ol Given Honorary Degree. was laid up for four months with and Stationary Engines Railwmy. Mill uU
: fMtury ftqppftfc
of repairing Alabama's state house. Ottawa, Ontario. He liar been missing ; Amherst, Mass., June 30.8ecretar1of rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow *

j A committee was named to ascertain from his temporary home In thi 11 the Navy William H. Moody, was Liniment, one bottle cured me. I WHITE US TO-BAY.

facts about property on the souti: city since June 12. The young man given the honorary degree of doctors can cheerfully recommend it to all BACON

) side, which is needed to give room is well known in society here and at of law at the Amherst college commencement suffering from like afflction.> sic, & COLLINS SUPPLY COQ

Another meeting will be held next Newport. No details as to his disappearance exercises today. Professor 50c, $1.00.: Sold by Anii-Monopoly J .

Tuesday..- .- are known. J. H. Taft was also given degree)IL'U5 SDL'3. f m J : iLL= : : vIiIAnaL3
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F SW EL1ZABST2 EASBIS. local litter Mrs. McLean, after-a few day's Mrs and :Mrs. W. D. Cam, :MissT Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redding and 111111in1uii111111i1u7u1unltllil' ? ( '.mmmmrtmmIthmmmSTARTING

visit in Ocala with Mrs. F. A. Teague Margaret Taylor and Miss Mamie
Ji HAFFENIHGS ABOUT TOWN.Best returned to her home at Leesburg Taylor left Saturday for a couple of I 1 been several weeks with relatives at E- EARLY

Friday afternoon. week's visit to the great Louisana Brooksville and Bayport arrived in '
= f .
= creat Itpgttperr toprwAt
Purchase Exposition at St. Louis. 'Ocala Sunday for a short visit with l t -rI1iP'-t.t. .
.1 painting and papering is done Mrs. E. P. Thagard and children riTy I at'flulrlar + *f toH

f'' [ by Sternberger. 6 24 returned home Friday from Reddick, Mr. Henry Feinberg, of Dunnellon, Mr. Redding's mother, Mrs. E. J.I j: s: 'y I: .. ,.1 ,_ : : 1.IUlfll"')'.". **< ....',

Redding. They returned home Tues I ==: rutk the n........., Ifettrit*
I If. where they have been is in the city on a visit. He has just I.
sev- ..
I Cba-- ..
:: Iraq ..
, Mr. H. Lloyd was up from day and Mrs. Redding and the chil- "may n*t m ** >
eral weeks.with friends. sold his cold drink establishment in := will do U) lri.. M. IT :!
f. Holder Surd dren will leave soon for North Carolina
: -
r IY.r the phosphate city to J. H. Williams, == = WO XT. 1"M.r ritM i.i'4
Troy Hall, son of T. C. Hall to spend the summer. I.
i Major of Gainesville. == .* K'.*! ft. tattMtrMi e
Mr. James A. Harris, of Panasoff- _______ i :=s
' left Monday for Tampa, where he r you r.ti iff *! to IMp. ***.

kee, spent Saturday in the city. will have charge of his father's turpentine Mr. A. S. Anderson started Friday | Miss Abbie McCarthy,who went up I :; her ear fur utlMtf ,.iit few ;J

for ajvisit to his old home on the Isle to attend the commencement ex- :: I wlatuMlyd.
for the j
Miss Legie Blitch, of Blitchton, is .
E YM4 WiN ft* ..fc
M If MtiU
ercises of the St. Joseph's Academyat
of Man. From there he will go to the '"
the guest of Miss Mabel Bittenger.The Miss Johnnie Liddon, who has been St. Augustine returned home Fri war S < ttlMfft |*W)<. 4ati.ia :...1..
Island of Christmas beyond Australiaand .. ....
tkt th "
: r thtey.r
cantaloupe and watermelon spending ajfew days with Mrs. F. E. will be months. I day afternoon. Miss McCarthy is a .. .
gone many == _j ..I,. '......
continue to abide with us. Crawford at Montbrook, returned I graduate of this institution and she I *; *. -< .....
buyers == Oat.1 .... ..... ...... :
home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. J. Gerig has gone to Indianapolis went up to witness the graduation of i ji === _ad "'If'3;;

Mr. Lowell Good ell and his sister Indiana, to join her husband, I ;
i her sister, Miss Annie McCarthy, the
have gone north for the summer. The young ladies bowled at*the who is there. They will spend several -i graduating exercises taking place on I j I [ f'hi) ''Ullll'ii I '

alley Monday afternoon and enjoyed months with relatives in that I \ I ill. S1IITH\ till 3$
Miss Annie will
Mrs. E. II. Mote, of Jacksonville, the games very much. Miss Es- I Wednesday night. 3
U visiting her sister, Mrs. William city, which was formerly Mrs. Gerig's not return home until later. ::+ ...
ther Weathers made
the best:: score. -
Hocker. home. Headquarters Jacksonville, Fla ;
By a typrgraphical error in yester-
Miss Eleanor Cassidy, an attractive An attractive feature of the Baptist r11111iU11111I1111111lIIIIUI 1
Mrs Sara A.Harris,of Panasoffkee, young lady of Jacksonville arrived in church services Sunday morning was day's Tribune it was stated that IIIIIII.,1a11 Ialhlll, IU !uaiasui'",ur;

t* visiting the family of her nephew, Marion county,the largest and most
Ocala Friday afternoon and is the the duet by Mrs. Clare'nce Camp and I ,- -
Mr. Frank Harris. progressive in middle Florida had 12 I
guest of her school mate, Miss Sallie Miss Sallie Camp and the solo by
miles of good roads. It should have S. A. STAND LEY LEE MILLERS.
Mrs. C. E. Ball and children have Camp. __ ___ Mrs. G. R.tMcKean. Both were very ,
been 120 miles. Having correctedthis
l gone to Macon to visit relatives for Misses Shelly and Pansy Sourer, much enjoyed. slight discrepancy of lOS miles, A STANDLEY & CO

several months. who have been with their mother at
Sergeant C. J. Leitner,of Anthony, we hope Marion county will acceptour

1fes,,1'tI. Jack McCully and Henry Sparr for the past two weeks,are now who attendsjthe South Florida Military humble apologies.-Tampa Tri- Livery Feed and Sale Stables

L Clark represented the Berlin! sectionIn the guests of their aunt, Miss Fannie Institute at Bartow, Fla., arrived bune. ,

Ocala Saturday.We Clark. home Friday afternoon for the
Maurice Strauss left Sunday We carry the most completeline
Mrs. J. M. Barco went out to Cot- summer vacation. Mr. Leitneris just
for Jacksonville. His family, includ-
that Sirs.
regret to ton Plant Sunday fora short visit with recoveringjfrom an attack of measles.Mr. of Harness, Saddles etc -
his mother will meet him there.
Shuford has been quite bick ing ,
Joseph her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. in central Florida, and will
Mr. and Mrs. Straufs will to New
for the past few days. Xewccinb Barco. She returned home and Mrs. D. J. Dykes, of Or- go

lando, who were married in Ocala on York, and Mrs. Strauss' mother, accompanied our patrons the very !lowest
Asher Frank returned home Friday Monday afternoon.Mrs. 1
Mrs. Jake Brown and
the 19th inst. spent Sunday in Ocala by prices.Ve are thoroughly

afternoon from a week'sisit to At- C. X. Cline, of North Gainesville with Mrs. Dyke's mother, Mrs. S. V. children, Helen and Julius, will go to
lanta and Albany, Ga. equipped for fitting out turpen- .
Cincinnati, where Mrs. Strauss will
expects to make her departurein Smith. They were on their way

Mrs. Annie Stroud, of Anthony, a day or two for Ocala, where she home from their wedding trip. remain. Mrs. Brown and children tine ,and lumber teams, gear,

spent Monday in Ocala, the guest of will spend a short time as the guestof will go on to St. Louis and thence to wagons, etc. "'"' 3
Mrs. Acosta, of Savannah, is visiting ,
Her brother, C. R. Tydings. relatives.-Gainesville Sun. Nebraska for the summer. ... -

-, -- her sisterinlaw1rs.. T. H. ---- 'Ye always keep on hand a full line of Columbus urn l !'\-i,t.rra

The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Miss Violet Harris, who spent last Wallis. She has been visiting relatives The publisher or the Sun has received Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm W a** -

Williams was gladdened Sunday by week in St. Louis at the exposition is at Bushnell for several weeks announcement of the marriageof North, SIde Court HOIIM*. Oral it. 1"'.

thejarrival of a tiny daughter. now the guest of Miss Mary Hart and will remain with Mrs. Wallis Howard Carroll Peace and Miss -- r j :r I .

Ross in Jackson, Tenn., where she about a week. Lillian Elma Gill, which happy event

Mr*. Green, of Clinton,Ky., arrivedin will be for several weeks. occurred at White Springs on Wednes- HUBBARD

Ocala Friday and is the guest of Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and children, day, tha 1st inst. These young peo- &MAODUca

1\.'. her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham, Capt.E. of Port Tampa, are the guests of Mrs. ple are among the most popular in

----- L. Carney, Mr. C. L. Bittengerand Hugh Hay craft. Mrs. Kelsey is well the have friends
country many
of Fellowship,
Mr. J.11' ,
known here as Miss Louise Clark,
others from Ocala attended the
who will wish them much happinessand
war in the city Saturday arrangingfor Carter's Pond picnic Friday and having lived here until a few years 1
-Gainesville Son.] Mr.
the shipment of his pear crop. had a good time and a big time. ago. _____ Peace is a brother of Mrs. J. P. Hil- AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE

Mr. A. W. Allan, Allandale, on Prof. L.W. Bucholtz, for a long : burn, of this city.
Mr. Sandford Jewett went up to !:ar+(1t S3[ at.
Lake Weir, was among thesitors time connected with the schools of -- -- .
Thomasville Monday for a short visit. Miss Ettie L. Cam, of Centerville, I'_ ure arr
to Marion' metropolis Saturday. Hillsborough county, now a memberof
... He returned to St. the G. er
Augustine yesterday the faculty of the Florida State left yesterday morning over sa n

)ire. W. T. Cole has returned from to play ball with the Ocala in Ocala F. & A. A., for the World's Fair at .--P'.: ,. 111:;. f s R t f
College, was visiting yester t ( ,
Lalta, S. C., where she has been visiting team against the St. Augustine team. St. Louis. At Chattanooga she will n: s? .
:.-{ r--: ""_. : t prr
relatives! for some time past. day.Mrs. meet a party of friends from Ocala -r r"r1
Capt. and Mrs. B. W. Blount and M. E. Clark, mother of Hon. }-' .
and they will spend one dayon Lookout e- ,
Mrs. Roy Reagan has gone to her children went down to Sarasota Frank Clark, died at his home in .. r Fr-
Mountain. After ten days spentat I.thiI .

old home at Westchester, Pa., to Friday afternoon to visit relatives.Mr. Lake City severaljdays ago after an the fair Miss Cam will visit friendsin t_ _:_;_,-_.-:-.....,___ _
.}>end the summer with relatives.Mr. : Blount will return home in a fewda.s illness several weeks. The remains, ..rEtk -?rcUI Hof, H<*N M4 Call..StfU
I Nashville before resuming her Suj' 13 in.or 6 inMade .r,4I! Stays 111 .r*hi arsrt
but his family will remain accompanied byIr.. Clark, were
Liddon came fromhi work teacher in the Ocala High
Mallory up as
i longer. sent to Eufala, Alabama for inter- cf large, strong, hi:;h-grade steel wires, heavily lalYlDa d. }
turpentine farm at Parish and remained I School.-Tallahassee Capital. Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically era.tasting. ..
Mrs. L. R. Chazal ment.
over Sunday with his wife. and children, --- Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain it pttt ea it

Mrs. C. S. Cullen and children and Mrs. J. A. Mclver, of Fantville, Frank Harris, jr., who accompanied Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, hogs 1

Miss Lulu Moody went up to Orange Miss Miriam Pasteur left Friday afternoon who has been,in South Carolina for the Florida editors to St. Louis and pigs-

t Lake Friday to spend a short while '! for Seabreeze, to be gone sev- several weeks is now in Atlanta,where returned Sunday afternoon. He says
4 with her friend, Miss Kate Walker.Mr. eral months. she is seriously ill. Mr. Mclver left the editors had a great time. They

Monday for Atlanta to be with his were given tickets into the groundsand the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show yw bets
I and Mrs. Earl Pearson, of Ocala continues to be the big horse :: will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
wife. Her friends wish for her a the manager of the "Pike" took
Holder, are visiting Mrs. Pearson's market of the state. John R. MartinS I

mother Mrs. Barnes at the Club Co., have a carload on hand andS. speedy recovery.Mr. them to see the many attractions Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Eccnoj Cora Shedder II

and Mrs. Abe Brown left Monday there every day. Most of the editors i]
A. Stanley is now in Atlanta for
returned home will in a dayor Paints Oils Glass Doors Sis&ibbard BRAds Etc
have or
t Mr. Bernard Seligman, after a the purpose of purchasing a carload. for French Lick Springs, Ind., to ,
two, but a few of them expect to

i' _'ffk'. visit with friends in Ocala. Rev. Henry W. Little, who has there spend Mrs.several'weeks.: Brown will go After to Chatta-leaving remain in St. Louis until after Flor- H & Macduff, Ocala, flax

bat returned to his home in Columbus been recuperating at White 2 and the national convention -
Springsfor nooga, Tenn., to spend the remainderof ida day, July _
Ga. of weeks has returned I
a couple on July 4th.
the summer and Mr. Brown will

Mr>>. S. L. Patterson and little home and is greatly improved. He return home. The St. 'Augustine Evening Recordin C. I. GRACE.

daughter, of Miami, are the guests of had a most enjo"ableisit.. 1

Mrs. Patterson's parents, )[r. and Miss Lucile Standley gave a picnic to speaking of the graduating exercises Successor to Ctntral tnteoer C..
:\Irt;. Harry B. Clarkson and chil-
of the St. Josephs Academy
Mw. J. M. Barco. Silver Springs Monday for her guest, Dealer In tRough
dren have gone to Massachusetts, Annie : of
"Miss McCarthy,
Miss Mabel Knight, of Valdosta, Ga. says:
Asher Frank's description of "The where they will spend the summer. They went out to the Springs in the Ocala, one of the graduates,deliveredthe and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCe lhsg.

Experiences of a Florida Melon Buyerin They will stop over in Jacksonvillefor afternoon late, and returned by salutatory, her subject being, and Siding. Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

Ask him a few days with friends. Manufacturer of
is novellone.
Georgia" a 'Lead Kindly Light..1iss McCarthyhas
moonlight, having had a most delightful -
Ballusters Newels
Turned Casings Columns Door and
about them. melodious voice and
C The children of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. time. :Mr. L. B. Warren chap- a Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats Pulpits, School
word audible in
Mr. R. R. Carroll left Saturday for Nelson, who have been visiting their eroned the young folks.t every was distinctly Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly
of the house. The Record -
S Miami to pend several days with his grandmother, Mrs. Zimmerman at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders, of 1 every part receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
j Miss McCarthy's salutatory
, family. They will return the latter Sumterville, returned home Friday. M i prints sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
Dunnellon who have been
spendingseveral in fall and it is very splendid pro-
of this week. Mrs Zimmerman came home with
part weeks in Chicago and at the duction. > -4
-- them.
31"" H. C. Jones and little daughter St. Louis exposition, returned home Funeral of Mr. Tajlor. Speciai Sale Sewing Machines.
Mr. C. Y. Miller, of Leroy, was in
and brother returned Saturday Friday afternoon. They had a most The funeral of the late John M. :
the city Friday and informed a re- We have large number of Sewing 3fttthlue. fbai Inns' tarn
fr m a two week's visit to relatives elegant time and are enthusiastic Taylor, who died at Bayport, was ned-,ome but little-that we wild close out at Itargalii 1'rtee
porter of this paper that he is now Tiiee machine Lave been .
over the exposition and their entire held in Gainesville Saturday after thoroughly by rtperieneed
at San Antonia. extensively engaged in the fish business -i I workmen and all worn part replaced stud ramie a.
noon from the Baptist church. Mr. good an new for nervice. Each macliiue In adju-ted. tried and
Mr>>. Slt Anderson and littletUagbter on the gulf and is meeting with rip.Misses guaranteed to do perfect work before leatea oar *lore tan
Evelyn and Carrie Pelot, of Taylor formerly resided in that city
be and tried if desired.We .
visiting relatives in Alabama. fine success. Men ,
are Ocala, nieces of:Dr. J. C. Pelot, are I and one of his sons, Mr. W. B. Taylor will shell there machines* very low for (- *II. lHrt mil
They will be absent about from -1,00 to $l. 00, and each U a bargain at the prior
Master Sam Wiley pleasantly entertained on a visit to relatives in Manatee.The now lives tl1ere.II .
We are agent for the celebrated "New Home1 and "IVIi refer
Us quite a number of his little Misses Pelot have visited our fj i The body was followed to the *fc Wilson" sewing; Jtlachlne*-with or "lthouluUolI.bole at.
II tack menl.
, Mr. William T, Wheeler returned friends Monday night at the home of little city before and their many J grave by a large concourse of sor- Graphophones and reeord*. A Graphopbone and 6 Keren*

1 Monday from a week's business visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. friends, as well as relatives are delighted -1 rowing relatives and friends and the for 8 00. Furniture and lleu. FnrnUhlug Ueod* at
"MIITHS." Special attention to mail order
tu New Orleans and other places in Burford, the occasion being his to have them renew their ?i Masons and Knights of Honor attend
I I Ocala Furniture
; iouieana.p eighth birthday. visits at this time.-Manatee Record. ed the funeral in a body. Company*

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& MY THOUGHTS IN PARAGRAPHS ![p I Messrs Roess and Welsh Entertainat ehronic Sores

ios t Cornell Friday Night. ,
i 1 1I BECAUSE HE VOTED. FOR R. The young; society folks certainlyhad t Ulcers I A Constant Drain

Pit Rev. L W. Moore if) the Florida Christian dvocote. W. DflVIS. one of the most thoroughly en- Eating Upon the Syate.

trieCBI joyable times imaginable Friday

is of so much trouble 31 an old sore uf' Ulo It' pers f
night. The party was in the natureof Nothing a source
1. I have bffn thinking about solo ] chological problem that I want somebody when located upon the lower extremities where MM tlrnu.' )
a .house warming given by Mr. ticuhrly
L dinging In Chuirh service No won I( to solve. There is in the danc- Bookkeeper Gramling Was Discharg. is weak and sluggish. A gangrenous eating ulcer upoa the irgfrightful t :, t
I E. C. Welsh and Mr. M. J. Roess at sad '
tier that 'I think on this subject for ,j I ing liberties of the sexes aninherent ed. sight, and as the poison burrow deeper dMfwr m 'ttt
their cottage at Cornell. beneath and the sore continue to spread. oat Cd slate*' *r? th.J
the JU'tloi1t rarely stirs soul. :Nor The Insane Chattahoo- tissues
my temptation and subtile influence Asylum at with .
feel the strength going tit hr .
The party, composed of Mr. flesh melting away and
do I suffer alon-. Iran hear fromIke which not only unspiritualizes professed chee seems to take the lead in state Great running wre4 and def orfMiv* kf* -.'I,..
and Mrs. William Hdfcker Miss Daisy ening discharges.
lijm and M-r in the facial expresinion Christians, but has led to the damnation institutions when it comes to fur- from a simple boil swollen gland brAke or pi..\.. *.-,,i aHa .
Surney, of Suffolk, Va., :Misses: Esther develop ,
of the average hearer a of countless thousands. :Now, nishing sensations, and its manage- threatening danger always. because while all tuck torn arc n'r .n
I Weathers, Mona Hiller, Emily should make 1\1
and this wspir"'u'' ;
tale of d18apJ"iulm..ntwhen i the av- I j how can we remove an inherent evil ment seems to have a varied collection cerous, a great many are yt
Ford, Sara Harris, Messrs. Stephen chronic slow-healing ulcers and Toro pArtICularly if tracer rest.. ,Jt
eragelout takes hU or her seat. I i by changing from the "hall" to the which are systematically, from and he .
Jewett, S. E. Hiller, Neil Weathers, family. Face sores are common cause ffte "t
No doubt Ui* ,-ar i i.< comfortable under .I home The change of position does time to time, furnished to the public.
T. H. Harris and Dr. W. H. Powers ance because they are so Wh..U*..W. Tr. XrM, **

a *UCOMIM .,t *>undd, but the.out I i i not stop the promiscuous swinging of Two years ago the report of an at- persistent and unsightly Som ,.?, ale while el.rert.I foil ore..wol
started in
two teams from the latter'soffice
I suffers n n I-:** it knows what In I the sexes, where the e\illies. Is it tempted suicide went the rounds of and detract so much from .nd .....r.lr njar.4 both .f mj efei.. XT -4
at 6:30 o'clock and the brsame POllODtd AI. ull1t, ea4 ...41.r t44
i" l e jd and what \, harped. Tones, i I possible that the home is the improv- the press, followed by the low rumblings leight one s personal I appearance.Middle me x woYl.t (sate rttuW8r ,.,.. 1M liK N.Au
mile drive to Cornell was an extremey aged and old peo- if they clo..4up th. r*.*U we.t. W f.... fj -
l.mpa of the voi.-.-. velvet smoothness J j I ed press that can squeeze the inherent -. of the thunders of lesser ( <*.:tbU duoorrstai.beet -Uft o S ,..., 'nee.
I pleasant one. The crowd reached pie! and t .niwhni e Wood meat ,adrM< rt.dt the ... .f .. e, t. I'.......
ranging franc a whisper in the juice of carnality out of the troubles and intermingled with occasional contaminated and taint wee prompt sad rmifriftfif seeds
their destination at 8 o'clock and the H white for the m.4Uin. t* can fs !*'e..s, tgtm t
church ('on..r t.. a thunder peal in I I dance Then by the same home press bright flashes of sensational ed with the germs r.or.,4 tjoi-i not died a the Jo.ur i.U.tt*| I ...i4Hn

1 the clouds-all may do to advertise a t'I we may purify other things that are occurrences. The clouds darkened two popular hosts. Messrs. Roess son of malaria or some previous th.r have the lor.. e?tr br.t... ._ ..t* MM|
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voice, but if Elm :'''HH| in the solo is II I inherently evil. For instance, we : with numerous complaints and as and Welsh, welcomed their visitors sickness, are the chief scribed occur.d, S.SJf'W *****
J most heartily and turned over the en- sufferers from chronic Ores
Indistinct it follow*, that sound i is a could take poison out of dram drink- the legislature of 1903 convened, a ulcers.Vhile the Cue km-lbMk >onwtat0e.
trttb tire house from kitchen to attic to anII
winning comi-tii over sense.' Too I ing and gambling out of playing storm signal went down the line.A blood remaini in an unhealthy polluted condition and tM *Mt .1'1 I
their )Ir. and Mrs. F. H.
to F often the soloi taW away the body I cards for cut glass! committee was appointed to investigate guests. continue to grow and spread: in spite of w.....* and silt+aa, for HW rote

I Pashley assisted the gentlemen in entertaining is the outward sign of some constitutional disorder, a b4 Qi 4itt<>ft JI
of Ird and him
toJu our giv! sepulture 3. I have. been thinking of the case the conditions existing at
I their guests. the blood and system which local remedies cat not cute .\ btod purifier ,
In a volume arti+thunder. Such i with which Jacksonville Methodistscan that time, but with the exception of I
The first part of the evening was and tonic is what you need-something to claw aIM w-.t, !

I! singing i is *acrilifi nw-a wicked u:,e I furnish a weekly budget of news. two members, Senasor Scott and Mr. spent in getting acquainted with the I quicken the circulation and invigorate the comtitttttoft, MC* $. t'. It f

of the acr-d l hour of worship. I Their district "organ" is being sent Jackson, the whole thing resulted ina is just such a remedy. It counteracts and ttmo*.* stoat the bler4

\, have an much riht; to drown my own to me, so that I may know what is laughable farce and their report cottagethe saw millandintellingfor- all the impurities and pottoM, sad fr...

0ja ; tunes, Mrs. Hocker, acting as fortuneteller builds the eats .4
H am
ually :
I up ly
sermon in th miMral inflections ofI. doing in the metropolis and all along never came to light. The committee
and in conversation and games. when the blood KM too p.,.4tlMhealingproce
my voice, a* the nol<>it has to open the coast. When I was editor of the numbering five, one an administration An ** btgiM sal U. kf of
elegant picnic
I. the mouth and "ay nothing! I like conference organ these news items lieutenant, one a timid invalid supper was sore is soon entirely .... I &.
served in the dining hall at 10 o'clock,
tone when rl.th.-d 1 with meat and were few and far between; but our who had to retire early and two will- contains no mineral Of nofeoMM dftft+
ample justice being done to it by thee
tone of .bet fc
description gnxtrtiMpcrely
city pastors are now demonstratingthe ing to deal in facts, arrived upon th any
F enthusiastic guests. vegetable a blood purifier and tonic combined*. a isle std
I have kris
2. of the
r thinking possibility fact that they could have furnished take evidence.It .
scene began to.
Two musicians having |in the mean permanent cure for chronic sores and ulceri. If sots few a ...-...44>

f (tl putting the modem dance news every week! Well, there's was easily forthcoming and things time arrived, the rest of the eveningwas lug sore of any kind external or internal write us sheet ft, ..4 er

J f Into a press and -wjii' 'ze'the carnal nothing like having "our own" paper were beginning to look a little dark physicians will advise you without charge. Book. "TW RioW 14
n t nature out of it! 1 Jam driven to these and so I suggest that every district when a senator outside of the com spent concluding Its Disease' free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHU, GA.
c t with an old time Virginia reel, indulged
i | cogitations by a j-nno.n preached by have an organ, and every charge an mittee, holding the whitewash brush ,
in all the .
n f a P.P. He located the evil not in organ, and that these smaller organs of the administration, advanced and by party.At

o | the dance iti .-lf. hut in the I half past eleven the guests most: MISSING WORD CONTEST.
place I be mailed to the conference editor, declared that it was not the business
t I :fc where the dami, i"i executed! He reluctantly bade their hosts good
I who' can make up his weekly compo of the committee to investigate the

S t.1 argued that evil) attend the dance :;ite. Thus the editor would never: management of the asylum, but to night, having had such a royally good 101 PRIZES I Offered For
time that it was indeed hard to tee r
I f- when execute! in dance hall but I II
E a lack for news. Itmust be remem- ascertain the needs. That settled it. 5
themselves in The Correct Solution
away. They were a
the home done.i i* innocent. This I bered,, however, that ray lines have Only two remained firm, and the e
measure compensated for the return
C maybe true, !but it intrudes '
a pi1 )- some irony in them.
I I in the had to submit
being minority, ,
I drive the of the sucha
by light moon,

If It t but refused to sign a favorable report moon as only Florida can boast Tropical Manufacturing' Co., m.mukctureu

f Duth of John M. Taylor. j I I! Death of Mrs. Briggs. and hence no report was made, and of health drink'II
I which was delightful, and the drive thegreat : ETTO.pay wilt

f C'apt. John I.. In lis, who i is stopping i'Ii :Mrs.: Eliza Briggs, after an illness the general public was left in the .
k j was made in little over an hour.A al The
for a few day* at the Ocala of over three months, died at six dark. contest open to all.

1 1J 1j House, received n telegram Friday i i,' o'clock Saturday; morning at her The latest report of the existing From Tuesday's Magnificent Daily. Train. I its free to \P Pou. .

j morning announcing the sudden death ;! home on South Third street. tyranny, unfairness and extreme rottenness -
l One of the most magnificent and 1
of ales John U. Tajlor at his summer ;i The deceased was forty-eight that has come to light, transpired -
I years most complete trains to pull out of FIRST PRIZE.The .
home at Bayjiort. of age and was a most estimable and last week, when the book-

The telegram said the particularsof I.i I Christian woman. With her family keeper of the institution, Mr. C. A. be Jacksonville the special depot over the this Southern summer Rail-will first one serjding If) the correct answer we wH< ghee s

his death werv unknown.Mr. I'I she came to Ocala t1'eears ago Gramling was discharged, because of way that will carry the Turpentine beautiful life size picture if) gilt frame eitUle4 ",.,Ay."

Taylor was the oldest .son of';i from Citrus county. She was a sister having voted for Mr. Davis for gover Operators Association and others who This pic'ure is t
J I : Capt. John M, and J1'M.laria:: B. !I of :Mrs.: Ben Helm, who resided in nor. all aced contains u" dor.#.'r iunnful .tr'h-
I want to make the trip on this fine T' the next *, ill... ....

Taylor, long and honored residents l Ocala a number of years ago. She It has been known for somejtimethat train to the St. Louis fair, leaving ... .. 5 . .........1 gwtl X....... .

of this county and whose memories leaves five children, Misses Florence the superintendent the asylum :,::11. It.rt..t ...... .... .
I Iare here next Thursday. So many want- II $1 IU, . . I *-.,.. t...... .....
aifectionatifly cherished by oar Mary and Jennie and Walter and and all of the employes whom he
f .. ed to go on this same train that district ..
older residents. Bennie.To could .control were working hard for I. 4
passenger agent Lusk, of the If'*..*._..*****..#*".
Mr. Taylor was a planter at the the Mr. Broward and it
sorrowing children and oth- was generallyunderstood Southern, arranged to accomodateall People ........Knnw a 00<...1........W...'. "... ,..._ .H.a w4p.
outbreak of the civil war and resided I l I relatives we extend condolence. that those who voted
and there will be ample room for Users of . .....In ...
qd a few miles from O;ala and promptly I l The funeral took place at 3 o'clock otherwise would not gain favors from Cn\........... er.M.) f... .. . .......

( responded to the first call to arms. '' Sundayafternoon from this gentleman in everyone. --, -
the temporary
I''I Christian power. The train will come here Wednesday Cut out lint this! coupon till X rnr...............-...... ,. .
Throughout the angninary struggle he church of which the deceased was a But believing that it,was the right of in the blank (lplt c*. for wlni* '
::1I I I II direct from New York already to make ati sppropnttf fiiteuteucf .
I conducted himself gallantly\ in the I Ik i I member. Rev. Rufus Rowland conducted an American citizen to think and voteas dvrtbiui )1..tt1. H. (1..o.. .
for the
,, k Virginia army under l.ee. At the I I I the services and the following he deemed best, Mr. Gramling disobeyed up trip. Among the .nd mall In theTropical .

features that have been added is a Mfg. Co. ( ... ..
r close of hostilities he returned to theavocations gentlemen were pall bearers. Messrs. the wishes of his newly risen .tll fttal- ..
Jacksonville Mot id
I I club *
IJ car, which will contain an up-to- f
| of the farm but quickly.: J. G. Spurlin, Baxter Cam, R.0.Connor tyrant by doing no more nor less

'? perceived there wa no longer any luxury J C. H. Dame, T. E. Biggs andL. than silently walking to the polls, date barber shop, bath, etc. The R"'lJellJb..r the first 101 corralatouct ..UI'.'". iwi.*.l ,fit >fe e ...**".. +'epA 0
1< I I train will be a vestibule rolling pair your au.ores (<> th'
r ease in the attempt Dozier. without endeavoring to influence anyone
ace, and those who go on it will have
to plant <*nion under thechanged and casting his vote for Mr. TROPICAL MflNlpCTUpG COMP HY.

t conditions, so went to. the Olkl'hllnll. Davis. the advantages of the convenience

q ,J f metropolis to seek his fortune.- Her :Mrs. :M.: H. Hatchell has for sometime Dr. Gwynn heard of it and accusing offered. The bookings are fast fill- 14 1 W. (Idans St. Jartjoartlli: FkHI .

# been ing for the special occasion and those
I'Ii was offered and aIcrpted a lucrative past making a big successas .
him of '"
disloyalty when it was this
position with a hardware establishment proprietress of the DeWeese Houseon who come first, of course, get the --- .- -
(Gwynn's) interest to have him
and for the Ocklawaha avenue, keeping the best. Mr. Lusk will personally con- ..... ...... ..
past thirtyeightyears vote for :Mr.: Broward, asked for :\Ir.Gramling's ... .. ......- .
house full duct the excursion and
of that in itself
regular boarders besides ,
l assiduously! pursued" that line of
resignation. Dr. Gwynn -
business and at the time of his death taking care of a large pumber.of further told him that he voted for is a guaranteed a perfect service. 1-' ( Goods Delivered free. Write for PrIce pis.

dI trancients. She has been Jacksonville Metropolis. :
was the nestor of our traveling salesmen steadily Mr. Myers in the last congressional 0'

He built up a fortune but lostit making a number of improvementsand eleciion when he should have voted At the t.hristian Church. .' .

in unfortunate tI ("uiationsmostI now has one of the most pleasant Sunday night the Methodist, Presbyterian .
for Mr. Lamar and although his workas .
places in the city for the : and Baptist congregationsunited
rest of the
I ly in orange grove investments. Few
bookkeeeper was faultless, this .
men possessed higher: or nobler qualities weary and the appeasement of the in worship at the Christian' Se
second offence was sufficient to convince -
hungry.The church to welcome Rev. Rufus Rowland -
or a personality more loving '
him that he hadn't the interestof : I IS .
lovable.He name of the house will in futurebe who at that time was installedas -:
I his employer at heart and would, ..
was a brother of Chief Justice the Ocklawaha Inn. Mrs. Hatchellhas pastor of the Christian church of .
therefore, have to resign.

.f. R. Fenwick Taylor of Tallahassee, secured the services of a professional This statement is not a rumor, but this city. .- :

and Mr. Richard Taylor,of Micanopy. cook and the cuisine of the Miss Sara Whitfield sang most It.
comes straight and direct and none
lie leaves a wife, three sons, a house is now equal to any to be found sweetly "Almost Persuaded." Mr. e.
who have
even the slightest -
daughter and a host of friends in the state. The Inn is makingspecial acquaintance Rowland had as his subject, "Christ :
with the condition of
at =
throughout the Mat. to mourn his rates to families who want to things and Pilate," and he handled it well, e. } = -
the asylum will for
one instant doubt
:; death. I take their meals out during the sum- his congregation being delighted with .
its truthfulness. It is indeed deplorable
a -
t Mr. Taylor was about sixty-five mer months. his sermon.A .. .
calamity that such
years old. The news of his death ;I good sized congregation was .
All the naval should be tolerated.
stores -Gadsden
men County
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I present in spite of the fact that the
will come as a shook to his many lumber -
all the Times.
friends Ocala. i ; phosphate men; evening was a disagreeably rainyone. rfip 0iltfl e; c .-
r all the real estate men; all the crate :
From the number of wagons brought S
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men, all the foundry and machinemen it
Will Cite Dines. into Ocala within the past six The next big thing for,Florida is an
; all the merchants, who t. w
The Red Top baseball feam will pursueuptodat i months one would be lead to believe inside water route from Jacksonvilleto t i
methods; most of the lawyers
; give a dance in the Hides armory on that every farmer in the county had Key West. Mr. Edwin Brobston, .
and ,some of the
next Wednesday .,,- ning for the. newspapermen i a half dozen in daily use T. H. jr., in the Jacksonville Sun says that Old ForreitC 12.00.
., are joining the ranks of Ot.IU.r Ilse 11l.SL )(
the lUqtalft.hr
purpose of helping defray 'the ex- '" Smith & Co. will tomorrow unload the great scheme is soon to be an ac Corn $2.51). "B' be'J Rye fl.O.. ADpl. and I'ewb Ilranfs I

[ expenses of the Ot'ala ball team comIng I plutocrats. Really, making moneyin another car of wagons made by the tuality. That the canal will be completed S tw to$1.00. kentueky Prtd' .J.2'J. 11 )4111' 41t R". fl.s.

::1 I t to this city on July 4th. At the :I Florida_is getting_____.to'_be dead easy. Kentucky Wagon Works at Louisville. from Jacksonville to Onnond bead Postofflce or Exprr Muaey Orders I

1 dance excellent mUSt will be i in two years and to Miami in less
Ocala seems to be forging right a- The Tampa Tribune than five Millions of BOWEN
prints years.
a picture acres of &
and all who wish to have a good i. COMPANY.
head. It has been the
I best month of Tampa's new mayor, Hon. F. A. fertile land will be reclaimed and !
time should attend.-St.Augustine for this millions of
since taxable
l paper the berth of its Salomonson. He is still values will be
1 Press. J I daily edition. youthful added to the state. A S 140 E. BAY ST.
looking and very handsome. I across the state will come ship later.canal J JACKSONVILLE; .1.MHHH .;\,. S

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Ua IU2ABSTH EARSIS. Local Elite i Miss Elizabeth Helm, of New York, Mississippi has started a boom for EUCHRE 0L FRESCO.Mr. CLINTON R. WALKER i i I Mrs Wiggs ef the Cabbagt PaUk

"- is the guest of her cousins, the Misses John Sharp Williams for the vice- Don't forget that IJ'I. Wigg of _
ABOUT TOWN. Briggs. Miss Helm lived in Ocala presidential office. Why not? The a Popular Traveling S.lesmlft-His 11 the Cabbage Fatch" will be |***eflted -
HAPPENinGS and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Gave
with her parents a number of years war is over. Energy Recognized by bit Em. I at the opera house tonight by
tare Party Wednesday Night.
poJers.1r. : local talent for the beneAt of Urn*
Metier S. A. Standley & Co. lost a ago.Miss The pay of the Japanese soldier is I I
Louella Gary leaves tonight Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. R. Clinton R. Walker, who is well Episcopal church. The iwrftHmaiuw
fine horse yesterday. and if all the stories
2c a day appear- I i
for an extended visit in Georgia and L. Anderson entertained at a large known all over the southern states as will begin at S o' IO'k. A4mit lon
about him is
in the
t\). L. P. Miller has the finest com South Carolina. She will spend a ing newspapers card party in compliment to their one of the most energetic and hard 50 cents; children 26 seats.

crop in the county.Mr. month in Augusta, a month in Rome true his government is not paying him daughters, Misses Mary and Rebecca working traveling salesmen on the The play will be u tine an amateur
C. S. Cullen returned yesterday. and two months with relatives in a cent too much.It Anderson who recently returned home I road, has just returned from a trip : performance as was ever | n* Ate din

from a visit his family at Seabreeze.In South Carolina.Mr. is about time the south was hay- : from college. through South Florida in the interestof Ocala and it I.I hoped tfct a large

The night was as beautiful a one as his house the Brown Manufacturing
ing an occupant in the presidentialchair. audience will be preset.
old subscriberto
N. C. Petit, an
Florida eminent Baptist divines I The country can point to few could be imagined, the moonlight be- Company, of Greenville, Tenn.,
this paper, has been called to his Brutally TerturM
fight, with bare fists; in Texas with better than Washington Jefferson ing gorgeous.Mr. St. Louis and New York.
old home at Waldo from Mexico, A case came to light that for pre
revolvers.Mm. and Mrs. Anderson received He was the recipient yesterday of
Monroe Jackson
where he is extensively engaged in Madison, Taylor sistent and unmerciful tettttfv KMberhaptf
their the lawn where the an offer from his house which made
etc. guests on never been ******!. Joe
J. II. Livington has gone to mining, by the serious illness of his fxf
evening was spent. Five tables for his usually happy face wear an additional Gobolick, oft'olutoa, As!. writer: "Pur
Madison to visit her daughter, Mrs. sister. The "kicker" is a hard citizen to
15 I endured
seven-handed euchre were placed on lustrous smile. He was tendered yean ItwaflraM pain
B. A. Inglis. Misses Emily Ford and Mary Little please. He has R. Hudson Burr on from rheumatism ant m4hittg relieved .
the lawn, which was lighted with the position of general superin-
--- -- -- --
commission and will me though I tried evrtiung
the railroad soon
! Mm. G. W. Watson, of Crystal gave a very delightful party last electric lights. The lawn, studded tendent of the company's business in known. llcame aero libsct$.. Bitters

I River, spent yesterday shopping in night for their Sunday School classesat have Napoleon B. Broward in the here and there with beautiful palms the southern states at a salary that and 1 Its the grtU. MedtHfM)

the home of Miss Ford. The gubernatorial chair, but silks to cot-
this city. and oaks and the crowd of merry and would be a credit to one of more on earth for that trouW A few tot-

I children enjoyed the evening im ton he will turn up next election happy young people with the soft mature years than he has the honorto ties of it completely rrikwd and

I Gol.liarrison and daughter, Miss mensely.Mr. kicking as cheerfully as ever He is cured me." Just M good for liver
all indeed love
moonlight over was a carry.
I Bob Harrison, of Leesburg, spent agin' things just cause he is built and kidney trebles and u afai ,....
A. E. Gerig leaves tonight for fIr scene and made one think they I After a fewjdays more in the southern bility. Onlp 50o. fo'atittfae&loR u

in Ocala
yesterday Winsboro, S. C., to visit his mother that way. were spending the hours in fairyland.The part of the state to complete his dy Tyding & Co. m

Mr. Sanford Jewett returned home I forabout ten days and Mrs; Gerig Miss Annie DeLong, of Candler, Misses Anderson were looking rounds he will leave for St. Louis, -- --- --
Mr Luik Honored by the flerile.
yesterday afternoon from short visit will leave on the afternoon A. C. L. after spending a few days in Ocala extremely attractive in white dresses where he will attend the World'sFair Press Anoelatlen.

to Thomasville. for Palatka to be with Mr. and Mrs. with her friend, Miss Annie Mathews, and welcomed the visitors most de for a month before entering Mr. J. C. Luk, of Jakaonvllle.

Herbert Crook and Miss Florrie Crook returned home Wednesday afternoon lightfully.On upon his new duties.
passenger agent of the tnmtlMrn railway
Mr. Robert Sanders, of Dunnellon,
during her husband's absence. Miss DeLong came up especially to each table was a score card Mr. Walker has been with the
the in Ocala easy won hi* way fetto UM
day yes
was spending I. attend the watermelon party Tuesday
for the of Bro
large enough names Manufacturing Company about hearts
Mrs. Allan Monroe, Misses Annie affection of tfc Ptorfcla
terday. ____ I night at the ice factory.Mr. the seven players and the cards six years and the promotion above Press
Xewcomb Barco of Cotton and Abbie Monroe and Mr:Robert Association by Ilk IttlJR'nMH
Mr. were fastened to the table witha spoken of is proof of the high esteem
Munroe left for Asheville Gardiner the courtesies to them on Mwr recent
with his par- yesterday G. Holman prin-
Plant, pent yesterday bunch of artificial flowers and in which he is held
large by that concern,
and Mrs. J. M. Barco. N. C., for the summer. During their cipal of the Donald Fraser school for I trip to St. Louis. To chew'fa a slight
immense bow of satin ribbon. A which is
an one of the largest and best
absence Miss Polly Williams will be boys at Decatur, Ga., is in Ocala fora I way their"appreciation for MM Mine,
different color was used at each table known of its line in the .
Mr. John Pasco, of Savannah, a the guest of Miss Georgia Smith. few days in the interest of his school. country.Mr. the press ..b wlatlo i, Hi rough H4

.on of Senator Pasoo, of Monticello, Mr. Gardner is also working in the and the guests were presentedwith : Walker is a young man, born president, Mr. Turn McBetMk, presented >
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis and small bows of ribbon matchingthe in Tallahassee
thirty received -
years ago; Lu.
Mr. k
I* a visitor in Ocala today. interest of the Agnes Scott Instituteat a t&ut4tel
children left yesterday for Seabreezeto colors at the different tables and I a high school education, after gold headed cane
Decatur. .
Judge Bullock had quite an experience join the Ocala colony. Mrs. in this ma ner their places were eas- : which he attended the Emory Collegeat

yesterday with a rooster. The Davis and the children will spend the The watermelon patch and the ily found. This little color effect was. Oxford, Ga. I I Ex-Mayor Van Wyk fete gene all

M'CIUt'1 to the story was good dinner. summer and Mr. Davis will make cantaloupe patch have for some time quite attractive. ShortlYLafter leaving school he the way across the oeMi to Iff la

i'ersuade Htebanl l'p..k.c to l ki
frequent visits there. past been popular favorites in this There were two prizes at each table entered business for himself in West
lavender perfume will drive away Grover Cleveland haw tfw dee ..
I region, but not near so popular as one for the lady making the best Florida, but having a desire to free
1 I the flies anl a bruised castor oil plant Dr. Mary Steele Ewing, of Atlanta, crabs prfftdfnUal nunilnQiHU. "\'*
Mrs. Wiggs in the Cabbage Patch score and one for the gentlemen. The more of the world he soon went en
will free the house from mosquitoes. daughter of Mrs J. D. Williams, arrived Gods and lIttle n.h..!" Whet fray
promises to be. ladies prizes were exquisite little the road as salesman, which vocationhe
in Ocala yesterday and spent men those New Yorker *mMni..
Miss Hattie Hodge, who has been stick pins and the gentlemen's, has since followed.He .
the night with Miss Jo Williams. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rawls and baby elect ma.or.-.ffm..UltMtt.
pending several weeks at the World's bunches of cigars tied with ribbonsto has by close application to his
She will leave this afternoon for a left last night for Mrs. Rawls' former -
Fair at St. Louis, returned yesterday. correspond with the colors used on chosen work made quite a reputaticn The democratie primary thrmKI be
visit to South Florida.Mr. home in Nebraska, where she and
1\,' the tables. The prize winners were for himself, besides by judicious Investment BO conducted M to want off try
Sternberger if the will the summer with
Write or telephone baby spend
W. A. Pelot received a wire. Mrs. II. L. Anderson, Misses Nurney, of his earning has accumu suspicion of fraud and wtomef
you need any painting, papering, relatives Mr. Rawls expects to return -
varnishing and kalsomining. Phone yesterday from Chicago in which it Weathers, Peyser and Smith, Messrs. lated quite a nice slice of Atlanta fraud I is allegediuhoul4 be tfcortHtgti-
in of weeks.If .
a couple
116. 6 24 was: stated that owing to cheaper Edward Killer J. H. and W. D. Tay- I real estate. ly investigated. No dHRomttc of.

melons and cheaper freighr rates a southern man is nominated by lor, Wheeler and Jewett. He is largely interested in tie facial can afford to go into oftte
J' Mrs. Harry Lapham will go up
*" Jacksonville tonight to spend about from Georgia the Florida melons the democrtas at the St. Louis con- Frappe was passed during the Walker Medicine Company, of Atlanta tainted with the remotest MI'ltirien

I| two weeks with her parents, Mr. and would have to be cut-no pun intended. vention. its very uniqueness will bring game and at 11:30 o'clock refresh- which is one of the largest :I of crookedness or wrong itoing.- -

1 I to it strength. Our northern allies ments were served, after which a concerns: of its kind in the south.
Mr. D. E. Mark.
-- -- -- Mr. W. C. Lertz, manager of the are not nearly so bad as they are short time was spent on the lawn This company manufactures a varietyof

Miss Betty Ray Mclver entertained Armour business in Jacksonville, wasa painted and now recognize that the singing and in various pleasant ways. proprietary medicines, the most

quite a number\ of her friends in avery pleasant visitor to Ocala yesterday.He war is over. The following were the recipientsof prominent of which is "Painicure," FORWOMEN

delightful manner last night at, says that when he first went with We are just in receipt of a letter Mr.and Anderson's hospitality: which has gained a large sale all over

the home of her parents. the Armours they had two houses in from a Knoxville (Tenn.) subscriber, )Ir. and Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mr. the country.Mr. .

Mr. John A. Bishop and wife are the South. Now the number has who says he has been a reader of the and Mrs. Edward Hiller, Mr. W. N. Walker points with pride to his ..

registered at the Ocala House. Mr. grown to forty. The business in Flor- Banner continuously for nineteen Camp, Misses Gertrude Peyser, Fran- family connections in this state,

Bishop is connected with a big mar- ida is growing very rapidly.Mrs. years and can't do without it. The ces Anderson, Mona Hiller, Hazel among whom may be mentioned Ex-

"-- Hiller, Esther Weathers, Valeta Pot- Governor Walker W. A. Walker
has whole of stead- ; a
ble plant in Alabama.Mr. R. R. Carroll and baby, and Banner a army
ter, Emily Ford, Daisy Nurney, general in the Confederate
Mrs. Blanche Hannah and daughter, fast friends, and feels proud of army
has been "
Henry Sistrunk, and collectievly.Mrs. Mary Reardon, Georgia Smith, Polly under Stonewall Jackson; B. B. Wilson -
for who have been spending a few weeks
White ,
f recuperating at Williams, Ethel Robinson, Messrs. a brother-in-law, clerk of the
'6 several weeks, returned home yester- with their sister, Mrs. J. J. Ramsauerat G. F. Dittmar and children Clifford Anderson Clifton I W.
Camp, II supreme court; B.Cox, a brother-
to state that he is Miami, returned yesterday. Mrs. : who have been in Ocala for the past I EspeciallyMothers
1.It day. We are glad Stephen Jewett, Neil Weathers, John I in-law, vice-president of the Quincy
returned home with
F greatly improved. Ramsauer two weeks, returned to Holder Wed- Taylor, Will Taylor, Sidney Hiller, State Bank, and P. L. Walker, a

Cows, hoi hogs and dogs seem them. Mr. Carroll went down to nesday. They will leave in a few W. T. Wheeler, E. J. Crook, M. J. representative of a large Baltimore

; to have been given the freedom of Miami several days ago to accom- days for the north to spend the sum- Roess, Drs. W. H. Powers, H. A. wholesale house.

r the .treets-if not given it they have pany his family home. mer. They intended going sooner but Daniel, J. Mathews and Laurence Mr. Walker's many friends throughout -

taken it. _. I Mrs. W. N. Camp and her daughter have been delayed by the sickness of Scott. the south will be pleased to learnof TheSanaiY8HniisepicCleans! <

1 Miss Lucy Camp sailed yesterday little Miss Frances, but who is now .
his to the and Beautifying
Mrs. Liddon and granddaughter hDo It To Day" promotion responsible ing, Purifying

Mit Rhoda Liddon, left ;yesterday. from Liverpool for New York. Be- greatly improved. The time-worn injunction, "Never position above spoken of, and all will Properties ofuticura

: for Worthington Springs to visit rela fore coining home they will spend After a pleasant outing of several put off 'til to-morrow what you can do join with us wishing him unbounded

f. some time in Virginia. Miss Camp Bros. to-day," is now generally presentedin success.
live*. days on the ranch at Clyatt ,
school for this form"Do it to-day!" That is
has been at Germany
r Mr. and"Mrs. John Bishop, formerly near Long Pond, Levy county, Ver- This is only another case where I
the terse advice we want to give you
of Clearwater but now of Alabama, the past year and Mrs. Camp went non Clyatt of Ocala, passed< through about that hacking cough or demor- merit is awarded to the deserving.
about two months to accom- -
ago -
F arrived in Ocala yesterday for a short I the city pesterday en route home. alizing cold with which you have been Might Was Her Terret.

rr t5St. They are on their way to pany her daughter home. I Mr. Clyatt has been for several yearsa struggling for several days, perhaps "I would cough nearly all nightlong VSOAP'Assisted '

r weeks. Take some relibale remedy for ," writes Mrs Chas. )
Rev. Louis B. Warren left Wednes- valued employee in the banking Applegate,
Clearwater. it to-day and let that remedy be Dr. of Alexandria, Ind., "and could
day for Richmond, Va., where he house of Munroe & Chambliss, but
l Boschee's German Syrup/which has hardly get sleep. I had Ointment
p William Tucker went down to any con by CUTICURA
.f Mrs. will spend his month's vacation. Dur- recently resigned on account of his : been in use for over thirty years. A sumption so bad that if I walked a the great Skin Cure, arc of
having received -
; Crystal River yesterday, ing his stay in Richmond Mr. Warren health. His friends trust that he will I few doses of it will undoubtedly re- block I would cough frightfully and priceleu value For presaging.

a telegram announcing the will preach regularly at one of the soon regain his normal condition. leive your cough or cold, and its con- and spit frightfully and spit bloood, purifying; and beautUyinf the

serious illness of her. daughter, Mrs. largest Baptist churches in that city. Gainesville Sun. tinued use for a few days will cure three one dollar bottles of Dr. King' akin, for cleansing the scalp of

! l L. S. Black. .---- you completely. matter how New Discovery wholly cured me andI crusts, scales, and dandruff and

k ll' Miss Jessie Ohme, deputy clerk of Miss Daisy Nurney, of Suffolk, Va., deep-seated your cough,even if dread gained 53 pounds." it's absolutely the stopping of falling hair, for

Mr. George Wallace, formerly oft the circuit court of Hillsborough who has been the much admired guestof consumption has attaked your lungs, guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, I softening, whitening and sooth

t this city but now of Braidentown, is marriage cere- her sister, Mrs. Jack Camp for the German Syrup willl surely effect a lagrippe, bronchitis and all throat ing red, rough, and sore hands,
> Mrs. county, performed a cure as it has done before in thou- and lung troubles. Price 50c. and
t f visiting his mother, Nancy past two weeks, left for her home for baby rashes and chaflngs in
Wallace. He is accompanied by his mony in Tampa last Tuesday. It is She was accompanied by sands of apparently hopeless cases of $1. Trial bottles free at Tydings & the form of baths for annoirtef "-

said to have been the first time thata yesterday. lung trouble. New trial bottles! 25c; Co. m irritations,utccritions,and hmtm*

two young sons. Mrs. Camp and baby Jack, who will regular size, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly and
woman.ever performe4 a marriage Mrs. Richard McConathy entertained mations of women, many un-
remain in Suffolk for about two Store. m which
Mr. Horace Eagleton, after being service in this state. informally the party of young attve, antiseptic purpose I
weeks when they will be joined by themselvesas well -
confined to his room for more than "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage The Times-Union, despite the fact I people that were together at White of the to&t
Mr. and they will spend the as for all purposes >
kix months, is able to be on the Patch," will be given at the opera Camp of Davis' defeat ought to feel individually -. Springs several weeks ago Wednes bath and CUTICURA :
at Blue Ridge Springs, Va.,
fctreets again, much to the delight of house Friday night and we are espec summer proud over the result of the day afternoon. She had these young Soap and CUTICURA Ointment :'
I and will visit the St. Louis expositionin
his friends. ially requested to announce that the primary election. Both Stockton people down especially to spend the are priceless
$ the fall. Mr. Camp accompaniedthem ear roll C..s...." $. ,....
.w asnttwt
o'clock and Barrs based their claims to pub- afternoon with Hibbert Weathers e .... ..
of Miami, and performance will begin at 8 _:it, .)Ie ;-- .
Drake ..
Mr. Gaston Jacksonville ,.. .IeI".1I I..... ekw -'
t '; .t+* Drake of Leesburg, instead of 8:30 as hitherto announced. as far as yester lic favor by attacking the Times- who has been ill for so long. The afternoon -, ,J'1I.I&:M. ...r..a.......t.. hu sI4Mna......' e.ss.rsa... .
Mr. Trubten: AMp..1IRIa rw
day.fOmYSIIONEYANDTft..R _, PNMT..1'wI11 1M 1f'
aa M .JWw M
f were visitors to Ocala yesterday and Seats are now on sale at the Post- Union. Both were sit down on and was a very pleasant one for

were guests of the latter's brother-in- office Drug Store. Price of admis- I sit down on heavy. The T.-U. won a the guest-of-honor as well as for the fOIMKIllEYaJIi

-itF law, Mr. Will Hocker. sion, adults, 50c; children 25c I I ,.,cattd" Work 111. 'IWl' very signal victory. I ethers who were there. cw.na MdtlUdtt ilttt4--


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"WE." I MEFFERSOMIAI SIMPLICITY." ..++......++..+.+<+*.......+..........+.......... .+HAN
We lie best to call

y Henry Watterson on the Republican From Sunday's Daily. SCOTTS EMULSIONa 1 EXCEPTION I

a. HAS! .&11S, Ziit::. Platfarm Commenting upon the address of *
food because it stands so em-
P. 7. teas Sssiisis Karissr. "A is without homer v.- hit i
The republican platform, prepared the Hon. Robert B. Roosevelt, before phatically for perfect nutrition. s prophet not fua in "

so carefully in Washington and guarded the Thirteen Club in New York, 0 And yet in the matter of restor- country" is a proverb that does nut alwapph r *

which was printed in the Banner ofyesterday ing appetite, of giving new : instance about low people in this rountry .1"! bu !in-...' :?. !
in is the i
so solicitously Chicago,
strength to the tissues, especiallyto
Hon. Henry Watterson
narrowest of partisan bigotry. Unalloyed the nerves, its action is that
pharisaism would be mild says: of a medicine. .
"The remarks interesting Send for free suns' .
are sufficiently -
characterization of it. The darkestof SCOTT & Bow. >w CheaisM, : OCALA FLORIDA {
of themselves. But they 39-415 Pearl Street, New York.sx. ,
the Dark Ages would ha\ .ud' a3 druggists.
acquire emphasis out of the circumstance 1.00. : :W4...4................+.....+........4<.......<...:
the only logical period for its evolu

tion. that the speaker is a democratof -I>.

democrats and at the same time
It arrogates to the republican partyall I Just a Little Warm.

MOTTO: THE BASXEL, BELIEVING intelligence and patriotism, and I I the- last -surviving- uncle- of- the- pres- None of the Broward newspaperswere T. W. SMITH & COMPANY.HARDWARE : .

THOBB AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO ident. Only the other day ne was "
fJ claims for republican performance all "bought. Oh, no! All the
TAKE CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HAS named by the Sew York state demo- ,
well-being and well-doing. All its op- virtue and honor in Florida were con
TAKE ITS STAND IN THE BABKI- cratic convention to be one of the We carry a full line cf Builder's Material, such *. Dw r.. tom
ponents are bad; everything they did centrated in them, and they published .
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE democratic electors for the Blinds>, Paints, Oils Varnihf 8. Ek
... was bad. It alone embraces the righteous coming columns upon columns of Broward I
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE ; it alone has done the work of presidential convention. In gracefully I matter, all for love of the man and of STOVES, RANGES. REFRIGERATORS

BOTTOM_. man planted and reaped manufac- and gratefully declining the.un- the dear people. They charged noth- All kinds of Agricultural Implement, J-lwuod. Kok *.4

tured and marketed, fought our bat- sought honor, Mr. Roosevelt shows ing for it! And yft it has not been American Wire Fencinj:.

FRIDAY, JULY, 1, lOOt< tles, built our ships, supplied our soldiers the stuff he is made of. For, though denied that it cost $16,000 in cash to Give us a call. We'll guarantee you ttialti

saved, salted and sanctified the true-blue democrat from the crownof nominate Broward for governor, and
Parker wants Miles :as:a running T. W. SMITH & COMPANY.West
earth. his head to the soles of his feet, the office will pay him during his en- .

'. mate. "We" have done this; "we" have blood is yet thicker than water, and tire term only $14,000. Perhaps, Side r*.bll, SlIIre,
Jacksonville has 19 feet of water at
low tide. done that; "we" have done everything differing from his nephew in opinionsand I though, the Wailes claim of f 170,000may -

that was worth doing; "we" politics, he yet loves him as a be paid in full nexteari if so, -
The attendance at the World's Fairis
about have done nothing that should not kinsman and respects him as a man, Colonel Wailes may be grateful PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 3t

75,000 daily, have I and could not consent to the false enough to reimburse the
been done. In short "we" are governor for
The cold water convention will position if not to the impropriety, of
his ,.
Wr (
.,', "ic.tt patriotic expenditures. Mind you. are Jlft'J'.ft'tl to u
meet next week in Indianapolis.The : himself of his imme- OCALA nlb OCALA
ranging as one the
It U such stun as this that makes Herald is now supporting Brow-

south is,:fully:awake to :the I partisan politics ridiculous and sick- diate antagonists. The act, equally ard, but that does not prohibit it from ICE & ICE &

brilliant futureupon which she i3'en- ens intelligent men of partisan preten- with the way it was done, was just denouncing the pharisaism and men IOE

what those who knew him PACKiNG PACKING
sions. expectedof dacity of his
tering. -Henry Watterson in Louisville partizans.-Punta Gorda

The republican platform claims CourierJournal.The this calm, clear-headed conservative Herald. COMP 1NY 00 I4l1l1n DOUl'f' at .D1 COMPANY,

credit for everything except the ana courageous gentlemen. The Florida editors' party was accompanied point city or Stile
Florida Tlmes-Union's Big Victory. Would that Robert and not Theodore,
drought. by Mr. J. C. Lusk, division
Editor Harris seems to think the TimesCnion's were president of the United States. PHONE .3/1./ I WHCHi'FOH THE BLUE
The republican platform wants to has passenger agent at Jacksonville PHONE 34.
policy not been rebuked because "What 3ir. Roosevelt says of 'Jef-
reduce the representation ::of Ithe M r. Stockton was not nominated.-Gaioesviile for the Southern Railway, over
fersonian Simplicity', like all his lines ..1
south. What next? Star. whose the trip was made. Mr. -
utterances, is replete with enlightened -
Just SO. Lusk is a man-and a good
young $2-50 Value
Read the republican platform and perceptivity, intelligence and good f 2 00 Vafet
i The Times-Union won a very decisive looking and agreeable one as well-a
you will find where this great 3 party sense, irradiated by the spirit both cf $1.50. $1.50.Until
and signal victory and the little fact which every lady in the party .
is not elfish. it sectional. and tolerance. The world
minnows that have been persistently will readily attest. From my own

Everybody in Florida will rejoice to nibbling at it don't feel good at:all. does move. Yet to the visitor at knowledge of human nature and my Thev're All SoldWe
Monticello the is Will sell A Lin of
impression conveyed -
1f hear of Senator Call's good fortune.He They are in the dumps and have a observation on this particular occa-
that Jefferson himself did
has steel rails on the way for!hii case of pouts on hand which they are not, sion, I should advise the Southern $2.50
for all his leaning toward the simple,
Ortega electric railway. exhibiting in bad form. Railway, if it wants to steal a marchon
want for the good things-even the
"Elect me," shouted Mr. Barrs all competitors, to have Mr. Lu k's
A new type of man has been dis- grandiose things-of life." i /
. from every stomp in the second Congressional picture printed on all of its southern LADIES' OXFORDS
covered in Ohio. He is mad becausehis AT 81.50
district "as a rebuke to R. W. Davis. literature and to emphasize the fact
name is! on the pension Irollsl''anddemands
its instant the methods, policy and ownershipof Magnetic in speech, sweet in tem- that passengers traveling over its

t erasure. the Times-Union!" perament, genial and companionable lines in his territory will have to do An Elegant Line to St'It'<'t
From If You '
Let's follow Bob Davis's advice and Mr. Barr: was mercilessly defeated big brained and big hearted, carrying business with him. Mr. Lusk is an Call Early.

"get together." .Democrats]should and the Times-Union and its]meth with him throughout his public career experienced railroad man,a thorough W. J.
say to;each other as Grant saidlafter ods, policy and ownership was correspondingly open and stainless hands, the business man and a gentleman whose COMPANY

E Appomattox: "Let us have peace." endorsed. retirement of Hon. Robt. W. Davis picture or presence no lady could :
I "Elect me," echoed Mr. Stockton, to private life is in the nature of a resist. He is a winner and my advice ,"" ... "". N"- ----ih.4 ;;;
The St. Louis Star says that mostof F-'l. u.
t "and thereby rebuke the Times-Un public calamity, and he will carry to the Southern is to hold on to him. J '
the Florida editors will remain with him the good will and good
I ion!"' -F. L. Mays in Pensacola Journal. m WE EAT
over untUJFlorida Day at the fair, wishes of the people of Florida. MEAT .
But Mr. Stockton wasn't elected
which is July 2. The Florida pencil The Seaboard Air Roosevelt the
Line whole
and titian Push at
and the Times-Union wasn't rebuked. Chicago. 'fogrow ..,...,. rttOO -.. _. ..1
pushers are having a big time. tic Coast Line railways have ordered Mr. Roosevelt named his running [} .
Its methods, its policy and its owner equipments that will cost millions. ( I meat Rif sway a* .* Ms

Mr. Watterson sizes up the repub ship were upheld in its home county,, The pronouncements of political par mate; Mr. Roosevhlt selected his na t j it &lna. TW#* h .. .....g1i

lican platform in *true"|Wattenlonian in its Congressional district and ties to the contrary this means thatthe tional committee chairman; Mr. Roosevelt f ; s..:': in tough IUnt-i.i4..4 d rh.

style and he' doesn't give it ahit a throughout the state. day of mule team and ox cart selected the presiding'officersof t tag it tak. *
miss. From start to finish it is "we In lines have ended. the convention; Mr. Roosevelt I IZ t-. tt ;, 1 It. It
a word, the Times-Union came '" PIto t* raff*! to

"we," "we." out of the campaign with flying colors wrote the tariff plank; Mr. Roose -3- S. buying meat-*"* .** to art
velt nominated himself for
None of us 'are. truly happy. The and won victory that ought to EPITHlQlACovering If there president. i : Ibe t* i-t M 4 f ami t'hMa.
was anything about the
exceeding rich and the exceeding be and no doubt is exceedingly pleas con E 4 X Pay little a t*ft tl .*'.... boat
vention that Mr. Roosevelt did'ntdictate
poor are both unhappy. The hap ing to its editors, owners and friends put ftniuef bin*t. ymr oiMtM.It

pier people are those who have It may not be out of place to say it has escaped theigilance E; a i' ; t,. aRhii'k will putt fc4ntr .tt town
One Side of the press-Tampa Tribune. 'a.
neither too much nor too little. that Mr. George W. Wilson, the edi- of I May aDd ir"M Mtwtf. MlEDWARDS )...

tor-in-chief of the Times-Union, is a Face and Reachingto To say that he will foist upon the

The Tallahassee Capital says thereis life-long democrat and never scratch- people a dispensary* system is: to do i -

a big increase in taxable values in ed a ticket in his life, and all of his the Eye him a knowing injustice. Such papers BROS.

Florida over last year, which fact associates on the as the Ocala Banner and Tampa 1 Stall 3 and 4 <''ily MnrkH, Orala Hit.
paper are democrats. -
Tribune have
positively stated thatas
establishes the
eloquently prosperityand
Besides working faithfully andjper- !i'i\: i j! -
governor Captain Broward will !!iIMIA._
development of this state. CURED BHuTICORA
sistently for its party, the TimesUnion foist this system upon the people
is doing a good work forJFlorida Tampa Herald. -- -

( : jTWO along lines of industrial development Which Acted Like Well, if he is a fearless, honest man ...H..H.- ...........

T+ : and its hands should be upheld by a Charm and thinks the dispensary a good S .

v everyone who loves his state 'and After Doctors and thing, why should he not try to "*N. We k.*p fit.1 ritual .

II Are/i wants to see it prosper. Hospitals Failed. foist it upon the people? LOOK FOR .

L2 One LI Let's have done with cant and hypocrisy Hon. Napoleon B. Broward, nomi \pS THE SEAL old Joe .

and be honest with the pub- Here b another of those remarkable nee of the democratic party of Florida : W sxr*. Old Velvet

In marriage only when there is equality lic and ourselves. cures of torturing disfiguring skin hu for go'ernorill deliver the :
of health as well as affection. Affection
may be the basis of unity in marriaee. mors daily made by Cuticura Resolv fourth of July oration in Tampa. His I
Power of Old Me Bra
but the superstructure depends largely the Press. ent, assisted by Cuticura Ointment and friends say that he will rise equal to Jar, :
on the womanly health. When the wife How do those rantankerous trust organs, Soap, after physicians,hospitals and all
is tormented with backache distressed such as the Cou Iuformantof of Bartow, the else had failed. the occasion and will pluck every : Mark
by headache and racked Banner, of Ocala. and the Sun, of Rogars
by nervous- Gainesville ,
I feel it my'duty to try to help those feather out of the tail of the American !
she has reconcile
ness, no ambition for exercise or their counties going for the people's
pleasure. candidate, Stockton and Broward. with the Buffering from skin diseases. My use bird of freedom. Tampa is mak : Old

Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription much vaunted power of the press? Those papers was a very bad one, covering all of ono ing big preparations for this occasion. ,1 ? Charter,
makes weak women strong and sick certainly were not with the people but side of my face and had reached my Ii-
women well. It cures headache, back- will they dare say the people were wrong?- eye. I had two We cannot } Mt.
ache, and other womanly ills by curing Levy Times-Democrat. or three doctors proscribe always ourselves Vernon, I

the diseases of the womanly organism And how does this without any relief. They said as others see us." For instance, we
which cause them. It establishes monstrous big my disease
was Epithelioma. I "
regularity was I
dries weakening drains, heals Inflammation man of the Levy Times-Democrat, then advised to go to one of our hos- good Christians have for our motto: Cascade and :

female weakness.and ulceration and cures with his "dear people" lovingpaperat pitals, which I did, taking their treat- "Do unto others as we would have

Weak and sick women are invited to his back,while he was allithe while hope ment when for some time. I had given up all them do unto us." Yet we have I Other High :
consult Dr. Pierce my husband asked me to try
by letter free. All the Cuticura Remedies. very little respect for the Jewish
correspondence is held as strictly privateand howling widely for Stockton and My face being
In such a very bad state, I used the Sabbath and I
sacredly confidential. Address Broward expect them to have a Grade
R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. account for his own defeat? Cnticura Soap with lute.warm water Whiskies :
The dealer who offers a substitute for He was Stockton, the county was and a small silk sponge and then applied great deal of respect for ours. That's
"Favorite the Cuticura Ointment I took one tea- not fair.Dunnellon I
Prescription does toting
the little more profit paid on the so to sale gain of for Stockton; he was Broward,the spoonful of the Resolvent four times a Headquarters for I

less meritorious medicines. His profit is county was for Broward; he was for day. They acted like a charm, and in has a hearty thank you

r your- loss wife, therefore commenced accept to no substitute.My himself, but the county-oh, where one week's and has time remained my face so.was I cured certainly entirely for the county at large in response to : Anheuser-Bush Beer, I

YUrt ago," writes Lewis A. Miller.complain ex-Chief twenty of was it? can recommend the Cuticura Remedies the generous vote given everywherefor
Police jj Prospect Street.Weissport. Paw iufallible.-' I
have tned the skill of twelve different doctors. Hillmm's MRS. A. G. SMITH, He Gordon.-Dunnellon Adv Bottle and Draught. !
She took gallons of medicine during the tune Magnanimity. .
she was ill.until I wrote to you and you told us 2400 Catharine St., cate.
what to do. She has taken eight bottles of Dr. Col. W. J.Hillman, the naval stores Feb. 9, 1903. Philadelphia. :
Pierce' Favorite Prescription and ux of The The Florida delegation will Write for i
the purity and sweetness, the go to price list. JBI Trade S
Golden Medical Discovery She can do her magnate, has been chosen chairmanof to afford power a ? fcUy. Wr
own work now and can walk around again and Immediate relief, the certainty the St. Louis convention in the turpentine want your trade and
is quite smart the Florida delagation to St.Louis, of speedyand permanent cure, the absolute will guarantee to give J8
-You can publish this letter if men's e
you wish. We safety and great have special. This
have received such benefit and will economy oughtto
i that we wish every reciprocate by paying the made CutIcnra
t atgerercoul4derive the same amount of good. Remedies the standard keep their
:My wife' complaint seemed to be a com plica- entire expenses of the whole delaga skin cures, blood purifiers and humor spirits up.-Times- OCflLfl HOUSE WINE
tioo of diseases-so the doctors said. We will remedies of the world. Union.It ROOMS !
ever remain your friends. May God bless you tion on the trip to the convention and Sold tluwu.cboal the ,
and Institute Twolrtnt We.
your 0" biro is this defeat
of ChoQIat.e Cealed 1'U1a. %Jc. 'F\aI of 6U, of Davis that A
back. per )
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the most desir- he's able to do it.-Tam- OIlUtlt" 31e.,eosp r3e. IXpotit Ixmdin.r Ch rte -
house S11 Pari&.6 Rue d. U flux; Bo.to.IS Colum- makes the wrinkles OCALA iLaliiaA .
; laxative for delicate hale. in
able women. pa Tribune. Potter Drat*Chem Corp Sole Proprietor.. our Brow .
cr JJoiii tat"&. to Cw .tVI/1 U
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you for some time Wljot hove we done? Well we have been all through our stock and _

marked down a great many good things. For instance, we have marked a regular

50c. Sox down to 35c< and there won't be njany) of then) left at that price. f

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Straw Hats,
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We are sole agent for the "Eagle Brand" of Dainty Underwear,and the Geisha Shirtwaist. Fancy Hosiery. Belts and Collars,
Everything for the Ladies.
The Largest Stock in the county is here in our store, and is in charge of an expert shoe-man. Why not invest in a new
pair for the 4th? Patent Leather, Dull Leather, Tans and Canvas.



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Durirjg the Summer) Months We are Making a Reduction) on all Our furniture... t

For instance we are selling our regular Sl.OO chair for iK()>c ; our $2.00 table-for 51.:5; our 1.75 rocker for $1.50; $13.00 dresser for $12.()(), and everything in proportion. Call and Fee wfctl .hAlftin* erF

ha'e.Ve carry a very large and varied line of goods. Anything you can think of for any part of the house. Read some of the things we handle and it will gh'r you an W. *. mm

room suits, chiffoneires, sideboards, hall racks, book casvs, writing desks, dressing tables. Tables, chairs, rugs, window shades, ting, lamps lounges stoves, onward, UititC ..*.,

glassware, jardiniers, umbrella stands, hand bags, etc. When you want something and don't know where to get it call on us. and we will give you the informaUim.

Our word is our bond, and we are backed by enough capital to carry out any obligations. Yours to Please,





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Business rushing.We Special to the Ocala Banner. After an illness of a year J. W. The mot absorbing topic of con- Shipping tomatoes is the order of one of those pfec** awg tie PN .

still continue to have a shower j The rain has come at last and growing Boone, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. versation here this week is the mar- the day.Miss well worthy of a rMten ItRrM! .... re.t

crops are looking very much better L. Boone, died Thursday, Jane 24th, of pleasure who" wiN Mkt t. *
occasionally, which of course makes riage of Mr. J. E. Stevens, of this I Annie Edwards, of Williston,

hay grow and is all right for pota- especially the cotton and cane. aged twenty-three. The remains ac- place and Miss Mucie Griggs at Oxjs visiting lies L. K. Edwards this Louie this raxae....

Almost every farmer is taking advantage companied by the family were takento ford. Sumter county Sunda.26th. A week.

toes.Miss of the rains and setting out Ocklawaha church for interment NOTICE OF NAME* STMfNREGISTRATION iAOel
Pearl Allen, of Floral City fs party of sixteen consisting of )Ir. and
of Mrs. Sara Harvey, of Tallahassee, (.UtT-CfTY
large patches sweet
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. A. Ross, potatoes. Friday morning.Miss Mrs. J. W. Stevens and others, went OCAU
Since the primary things is spending a few da'sith her
very Hattie Smith who calledto
of this place. was down to witness the interesting cere-

quiet. We all feel proud of our next Williston by the serious illness and daughter )Irs. Thigpen.Mr. T A KHGIXA& MBttTtM M err 1 1 ; r
141 8. Jennie Brooks, of Citrus county mony. These young people were A ow.Ml fI >.... terlb It.M
governor.Out death of her uncle return- Preston Harvey and bride, of ... !Iiiir. "" .,
subsequent born ahd reared in this county and "Nit.1IIt.: ::
spent a few days in Gaitervillethe I r ,d r ...
here we feel now that the dispensary Monday.. Libby, Ga., who have been visiitng ell,.
have been prominent teachers for a
past week the guest of Mrs. Hugh
< law willjprevail in Florida in The the latter's sister, Mrs. Thigpen returned PIasT wB. ...
regular monthly meeting of the
Rosa.Mr.. number of years. They will make .

so far as the law can control. We Belleview Masons was held Saturday home Monday. b...... V w. ill rJ, I
G. 0. Turner attended the pro- I their future home in Ocala where Mrj
hope to see Mr. Hearst at the head of Mr. Hall McAlister, is hauling lumber c.CWt. .
in the Whittier Block.
tracted meeting at Dnnnellon and night They Stevens has a position with Tax Assessor I ..... A.
I( the democratic ticket and Admiral from Reddick this week.
to their D,
hope new lodge room
thinks there was much good accomplished occupy Alfred Ayer. Their many
George! Dewey his running mate. at their next I Dr. S. L. Davis, and wife, Mrs. Dr. D eWti..J< A.
meeting.Mrs. friends here wish them a happy and
during the meeting. We hope I| It
This ticket will lead the to Blitch and children have on a
party a D. B. Boone and son, Cren- life. I gone 1.-"1 4
H, sure. prosperous
crowning victory on Nov. 8th next. shaw, left Tuesday for Lynne where t 'I fishing trip to Orange Lake. C.
Miss Pearl Allen accompanied by j The Wilson Cypress company are bseteH, A. A.
No other two men in the country can Mr. Jno. B. Floyd and family are
will time with rela-
they spend some ahead with their work in tak OIe6RMtiN1
her sister, Mrs. Ross, left Saturdayfor forging | atali.res, tiM rweae
measure strength with all factions as ti yes. I going to move to St. Augustine in ;
Floral City. After spending a I ing] timber from the Redding swamp. ; w
they can.Morning. A band of have been the near future. .a. v1. .
Gypsies en- from two to thirty cars of [
few days there Mrs. Ross will visit They carry eti.OeM
Star Lodge'No. 94, F. & camped in the vicinity of Lake Lillian Mr. Clarence Chitty, who has been
to the river where a
other relatives in various parts of logs per day I.
A. M., held their regular communication for several days. clerking for the Irvine Crate and Beater. It x
i and
Florida before returning.It force of men are rafting sendingoff

is expected that a protracted I Saturday afternoon. Several W. R. Bryant has started to ship j to their mills near Palatka. They Basket Co., has severed his connection t &.... 1a. c.a.. &I t.

applications, were received to join and still with same and is going to St. .. It
pears are loading
meeting at this place will commencein had a wreck a few days ago when Pe
i this time honored fraternity. Our D. watermelons.Miss Petersburg to attend school. .Uiq, -
a short time to continue two weeks. Joe Sherman, a negro had both legs
D. G. M. was with Bro. EdwinW. Mrs. J. Mathews of H.
us. Belle Strobel is still still Flemington,
very the H.r1. wMe
From an article in last week's Banner I broken. He is now in hospitalin
Dans,.also Dr. James E. Chace, to the regret of her many friends.I I made several calls to our burg the L.1oIMiH. .
it seems like some one is shoot- Ocala. v+1r.3ly.et .
W. M. of Mariou Dunn Lodge No. 19, The writer is indebted past week.
Ing straight at Uncle Joe and for to Mrs. I The Ions serious drought has endedat M.
and )Ir. Sidney E. Hiller, S. W. M. Kelsey Mr.:: Henry Hall has accepted a .. .....
our pioneer
the life of us I can't see nor can I grape grower last with light showers, but coming H. .
D. No. 19, all of whom made nice and wine maker for some exceedingly I position with )lr. Meffert at Marti n ceb.J. v.
understand their reason for it-only so late that not more than half a crop
long address which were listened to handsome and lotions bunches of and with his family has moved to P'isaeeer
will be made. X Y. r
hat they want to make a mess of r- J t1tMAeiNee
with much pleasure by the lodge. Wee white Niagara of that point. X. X. X. '1.
everything that is gotten np for th grapes. By years The Masons_ of this place held a an __. n__ ___ AI.
hope to see the brothers with us
hard work and
enjoyment of the young folks. They perseverance, j interesting meeting last Saturday Fair Japan, the Gem of the Pike. MMIIIr v.-. Bliie ..
again soon andjto those who started i Mrs. Kelsey has succeeded in establishing ,...,.., ".
that I Uncle evening.
went so far as to say (
from Ocala to visit us and got lost fine While speaking of the Pike the T.
Joe) had changed the date of our an- a looking vineyard where Rev. Mr.IDunklin, of Oxford will _.... a. _
we are sorry and hope they will try once stood a fine forest and look writer takes particular pleasure In
;Sial festival from July the 4th to July can begin a series of meetings in the LLj
it over and get through next time. with pride on the result of her calling to the attention of all thor twee..1 K. 11 '.
and furthe03y ] church here the second Sunday
end This I stoutly deny r Baptist f-B .....
Rev. Sistrunk, of Anthony, will labors. JOSH. contemplating a visit to the World's
that I defy any one to prove that i in July.
preach in the congregational church Fair the concession known Bk
did so. They also said that the dateww Worked Night and Day. Miss Stella Martin is spending vacation aa "FairJapan. BeeY.e w1. c. .

here next Sunday July 3rd. Everybody ." It was here that the writer c,
changed for the convenience of The busiest and mightiest little with her parents, Mr. and Mrs cJM: ..Ct

the peddlers. This I also deny. The I invited to come. thing that ever was made is Dr. Martin. was entertained by real Geisha girl I dee ,

The Sunday school at this place is King's New Life Pills. These pills from the Orient; a class probably &i8. ..,1. H. I..iiBt.
reason for the date being BLITCHTON.

very prosperous and growing all the change weakness into strength, list- never before represented in America a3eNo.431. l.: .
irom the 4th to the 2nd'as it was and t .J t INLYtw
time. Tomas. lessness into energy, brain-fag into )1 In the beautiful little Japanese I r. ,
cm be proven by referring to the mental power. They're wonderfulin A refreshing rain fell Tuesday and I .ee. c. j
) theatre the
Geisha girls chanted the
Banner dated June 17-04 is simply building up the health. Only 25c. helped the drought damaged C
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Equal Suffrage. u..k. N' .
this: It being the custom for the ladies per box. Sold Tydings & Co. m | songs of the far away Orient, and ex '
fly Hon.John J,Len z.of Ohio] J'i considerably. NHs
ecuted the graceful dances to famed ....
cook and make other neces-
to Potato is in &
I do not consider the world in a Where is the Type of the Purest planting progress now. in and i, o. ,
song story.
airy preparations the day previouslyt American Manhood Found? Mr. Arch Mclver left Monday for M f
to make much .
position more progress The entrance to "Fair Japan" i is ) ".0.
a; apart for a picnic, and owing to Not in New England surely. The Carolina to visit his sick wife. ...
until it allows the hearts of our wo the most and N.
t'1eIth coming this year on :MondayS census there shows that very few of Qi ie a nember of Blitchtonians at- picturesquebuilding B..H.
men to be voted at the ballot box.
I in the
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$ would have been very inconvenientJ Thousands of of at the population are native born and tended church at Pleasant Hill Sun- 011.._... t..
years attempts I
It is
a replica complete in *
)T them to have made the necessaIj.'p."t"parationsthe the greater part of that few is onlyonce ) p
civilization under all i : I
the different dayMr. detail of the natf'+ LsRN jW
day previous it bet famous entrance to the n 1 iftf
removed from direct foreign im Armstrong and grandchildrenare
forms of government imaginable have I '.
ig Sunday in fact on several occasions but demostrated the portations.We expecting to leave Saturday fo Temple of Nikko, one of the moor t I .. ---
everlasting per I
I heard the ladies say that they 1 revered places of worship in all
give a few figures: Crystal River where they will spend w
of and
manency greed i in
could have nothing to do with the Japan. Just beyong the Nikko gate weer. w. a. .l
"The number of persons of foreign [ a few weeks with relatives. --
men, and upon these rocks the shipof n..u
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a typical street in Tokio with
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: rather than to take Sunday
picnic parentage in Fall River is 66.1 percent Mr. R. A. Sandifer and family will
it. Several of the citizens state has repeatedly gone down. booths, bazaars and Japanese forms paea P.il .
for ,
preparing Universal education and universal ; Holyoke, 83.2 per cent; Law-h[take advantage of the excursion rates I C

spoke; to me on this matter and liberty have never :yet been tried.I : rence, 83.1 per cent; Lowell, 79.9 per 11 to South Carolina Saturday and visit of amusement such as would be i ta+ Ta,, w. _' a

anxious that it be announced found in any typical Japanese city of
eeemed very cent )
N. friends
not but ; Manchester H., 73.1 percent and relatives. II il L,
am only willing, exceedingly
for the 2nd instead of the I New the better class. Crossing a gently & N*VkK
: anxious, that intelligence of ; Bedford 71.7 per cent; Mrs. Dr. Blitch and childrenisited

4th for the"above reasons only and the woman's brain the affection of New Britain Ct., 74.2 per cent.; friends at Irvine Monday.Mr. sloped bridge of Japanese design one .... r1 1 I..... C!

the convenience of the enters the theater, where the Geisha
not for ped I.
New Haven, Ct., 68.8 per cent; Waterbury Guy Blitch made a flying tripto
her heart, and the moral purpose of t......teeer
the .iL
Japanese fencers and other
dlers. If for the convenience of the enter JMVf
the home shall have full and wide ; Ct., 73.1 per cent; Providence I Albion Tuesday.Mr. .
peddlers I am sure it would never tainers hold forth. .ac,
open opportunity to itself at R. I., 66.5 per cent; Woon- Russell Limbough of Mont iL B. R'
have been bet for Saturday, as that express To the left of the theater is the teagarden
the ballot box.Commercialism. socket R. I., 73.6 per cent. In Boston brook was in our berg Friday. K.
In one of the busiest days the peddlers a replica in minature of the .*., W. t.
and imperialism the number of persons of foreign Miss Zetrouer, of Rochelle, is visiting L.Lnw. .
will have till Christmas times it imperial gardens in Tokio with .
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the plain curses of the ten parentage is 72.2 per cent of the Iles.V.. P. Hammons of this --.___
being pay day at the turpentine stills present whole I cades, lagoons, dwarf shrubbery another M.
dencies in America and I see nothingto population. In 1900 the total place. :' '" !I.i....
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and a portion of the phosphate mines. population I artistic features. Located in .
check this Massachusetts was
Now the one that wrote the article except the influence of Only Seven Lawyers. the garden is a modern tea house in N.
women. But lay aside 2605316. Of this number 1,746,581are NM....
In last week's Banner, let me ask you any economicor of It beems that the lower house of which fifteen of the beauties of the O.
. foreign parentage, or 62.3 .
philosophic consideration percent
of the O
to read the latter article in Uncle the Florida legislature of 1905 will most fashionable tea houses Yokio, iee lL aM
right of franchise, it is for leaving only 37.7 per cent of p.
Joe's items of the Banner dated June me to know that there are j national parentage. have only seven lawyers among its Yokahama and other well known t..,. )1M r. Asnt LanL,,, LI
IT just to satisfy themselves. sixty-eight members-Messrs. Buck- Japanese cities serve the public with ,
who desire to vote and I believe In the west the per cent of foreign
Now hoping that no one will miss in man, of Duval; Avery, of Escambia; light refreshments of all kinds. Parsing sb"w+rvee ....
doing unto others as you would be population is as great and in some airr>w >A ,
the picnic on account of that eleventh Owen, of Franklin; Wells of Hillsborough the tea house one encounter the
done by. I believe that the dectrine states even greater.Immigration T.
hour.announcement of last week, I }1 ; Sistrunk,Marion; Jewell, gateway of the Nio-Mon, or the rwef.. 11. W,
preached by Jesus Christ to the southern states I
remain humble scribe was sound II Orlando; and Johnston, of Pasco.As Temple of the Two W.
your I Kings,a very rare v tNleeee, t+
has a reer!
not been swift RftlMr ., .
doctrine. I believe in equal and very and the greater +h. A c
UNCLE JOE. ex the house judiciary committee specimen of Japanese architecture of a rwer.e. r, ft, -I LT. 4.
act justice to all, special privileges to part of the immigration has been Wb s h N. ... .
the most important of the body us- the years gone by with engraving -

No Pity Shown. none, and I do not recognize the from the native population of the Wbss. $1S17 W.
ually consists of fifteen members it which prove to be more than tlx l rtK ee. aReUw
"For years fate was after me continuously shameful doctrine that for some imaginary north so in the south the purest !w, tkee .1 q ,e
," writes F. A. Gulledge will be seen that even in that com- hundred years old. The N tali veers treia.
strain of the
reason women should native blood is to be odsf
not asrrelleBlee.
Verbena, Ala.UI had a terrible case mittee lawyers will be in a minority.The was dismantled in Japan and after *>t** e+ewr M to toai
found and the
of Piles 24 have the right to vote the same as native population predominates **ml# beer tto averse ,
causing tumors. When indications are that in'next being shipped to America was re MeWB e
all failed Bucklen's the men. I think the highest by long odds. {-)
Arnica Salvecured womanhood year's legislature the senate will constructed along the original line*. .. ., 4'' .. 9.
me. Equally good for burns like the highest manhood, is i So if the native population is superior tecitf i ..
{ more than ever deserve the title of The Nio-Mon was erected in the .
aud all aches and to the --- --
pains. Only 25c. dependent upon the development of foreign population the -
being the conservative branch. Province of Yheako Lord Mr. J. R. t1 IBiI a.
at Tydings & Co's. Drug Store. m the brain and heart. south is the favored section of the i by Satake, .v.1 MwM

Notice. If the best government is made Union. Tampa Times. of the noble Satake family, for the I P Ma 0INa 7twuie -.u.J ee11L

The annual festival of GaitervilleK of the best homes, then we shall attain up Baseball Players and Foot Racers! The Epworth League of the 'Meth- peaceful repose of the departed soul I the areal elf reAy _.

be held on the picnic grounds atStoke' the highest form of good government Louis J. Kruger ex-champion; long odist church gave a watermelon cutting of his honored father. The guardian : roan et best eiy eeinN INr .M My

distance foot racer of angels-the two Kings In other i for a re ..+rriirr .... .
!! Ferry July 2nd. Everybody when the woman, who is the Germany and Tuesday night'at the home of 1 I (..... ia

cordially invited. BANNER COR. foundation of the home, understandsher Holland, writes, Oct. 27th, 1901: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark. A short words who guard the gate of the Ii i now .=.;( ae.INM d...... .. uqiI

"During my training of eight weeks' Xio- Ion are Brahma KatUttb
and Indr } was ..
civil rights, and is in full possession foot races at Salt Lake in but interesting program was given I [tl. toAGE *
All of us Davis men yelled a day City, April carved from one massive piece of days Ago M MIWe ItNI
after which the 1LIL,
every one of them includingthe last used Ballard's Snow Linimentto watermelons weresened
too soon. On, j wood in the crude but
Wednesday, we were still
God-given right of voting her my greatest satisfaction.: Therefore and they were greatly enjoyed. l
told that he had won on Thursday I | method in vogue in the *ttlbreakfwt IMt ael+
; heart and brain at the ballot box. highly- recomend Snow Liniment centuries .Utll. ...... ..:2i\

there was still hope, but on Friday- to all who are troubled with Perdicaris and Ratsnli are running | gone by.Taking. this ahlptnon t M;Mr1k1.". ye ...

ah! hang Friday! It always was an Tampa is going to bond for half a sprains bruises or rheumatism." against the national republican convention all in all, and in view of the call by te bee .sw
25c, 50c, fl.OO bottle. Sold by Antimonopoly } and the war in the Far
i. East, and fact that are! dirt
nnlncky day.-Punta Gorda Herald. million. Now watch her grow. just at present everything l ""11

Drug Store. m are holding theirown.-Times.Union. of a Japanesque nature I Ii price 11.00 pet Nt. 4+bt 1..... Is ..
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f ;I ti b* Nu.r-lamar Wedding.. In Complinent to Miss Nurney I rr;
Tu day'. Dally. TOTHE BOTTOM MORE .r ...r ____""' -
F From Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp gave a delightfully E.BlOGb.

TV Atlanta Journal of Sunday enjoyable and informal 1 -

, printM a b-autiful picture of Mrs. watermelon party at their attractive RUSSIAN SHIPS SENT (ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)

Ethyl 'l\-\ jit'alty, whose marriage to home Saturday night for their sister, OCALA. FLORIDA.

('ongrrr.man \Vm.R.Lamarof, Miss Daisy Nurney: of Suffolk, Va. It D. FULLER--

.tU". tak.-" '.,lace tonight. She is a It was a beautiful moonlight night Naval Engagement Is Reported DENTIST. I

trikin;: i l-wklnz brunette! and is con- and most of the evening was spent on Near Port Arthur.NO Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank Ocata.Fla. I IJ 0jQ1.4i

klffivl l CM" Atlanta's most beauti-
the veranda and-in the yard.In M. THOMPSON
ful an-1 1 c'.arming; women. DAMAGE DONE TO JAP SHIPS _
the early part of the evening a
, In opt| -ak fl;; of the wedding the in. i t, r
t guessing contest was indulged Fleet of Japanese Torpedo Boat De Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Montezuma. t t II .1.

t Journal eater; : I This contest was "A Local Hall of stroyers Make Resolute Attack Upon oCALA FLA.,

-- The wddin?: of Mrs. Ethel Toy Fame," representing the surnames of SPENCER.ATTORNEYATLAW. s l.P1 l.
Russian Vessels With Much Dam EDWIN
Hraley and Judge William B. Lamar Ocala people, most of them being > 'w
age to the Latter. ,
i will bf a!are and fashionable event present at the party, were tacked to OCALA 7-s-y FLORIDA .

I f of TUHnJay, the marriage to be the wall and the guessing of them Toklo. June 25.Noon.A'dmiralTogo 11 Y.
i reports that on June 23 his patrol J E. CHASE _
eolniizf at 6:?) o'clock at St.
Several of the
caused much fun. boat discovered the battleship DENTIST, f t 4f

Luke' church young ladies guessed them all correctly Peres viet and seven, other v&.-sels accompanied OCALA FLA ( ti

The music and decorations for the and on drawing for the prizes, by nine torpedo boat destroyers -- t\\\\
near the entrance of Port Arthur CARLOS L. SIS1'RATTORNEY.AT.LAW.. sb-
will be elaborate and ,
wedding very Miss Weathers won it. Mr. Jewett
I harbor. They warned him wire. : Ij t
tasteful, and over a thousand people and Mr. Ford, among the gentlemen, lessly and he immediately advanced k y 11 1I' \
Room 4, Masonic Building,Ocala.Fla. 5821 ,
have len invited to witness the guessed them all correctly and the bis entire fleet, except those engaged

ceremony, which will be performed latter drew the prize. After this interesting upon special duty. 1
The admiral then discovered tfar
i by HUhop( Nelson, assisted by Rev. contest punch was servedin the Russian fleet which consisted of // \ ,

f ('. B. Wilmer.Mr the hall by Misses: Sallie and Leta six 'battleships five cruisers and 1 / : I '

*. Healy will enter with her Camp, after Which the guests all destroyers, evidently planned a dash RR \\

father, an.l will be met at* the altar went out on the lawn, where the delicious southward by sundown. The Russian I It'\\ 4
fleet went outside the narbor and I' \ .
by the groom and his best man, Mr. ice cola melons were eaten. by nightfall a fleet of Japanese tor. 1'ei \ ,

J ?fferon Lamar, of Florida,a brother Mr. and Mrs. Camp and Miss Nur pedo boat destroyers resolutely at. Deserve your confidence. ,
They have never \
of Judge Lamar. certainly charming entertainers tacked the Russian ships and succeeded Iaile4-won't fail now. t
are ii
ney in and Sold by alt dealers. '
I torpedoing sinking a r
The cerem)ny will be followed b'a and their guests spent an excep- r\ 1004 Sn-d Annual ;
battleship of the Peresviet type and (. ,free.D. .
postpaid -
i.I dinner at the bride's home, to which tionally pleasant evening.The disabled the battleship Sevastopol.A M.FERRY A CO. ., --- -

% 'ly the immediatefamilythe ushers young folks present were Misses cruiser of the Diana type was observed r *, Oetrolt,Mich..

and their wives are invited. Nurney, Sallie and Leta Camp, being towed into the harbor on
Friday morning, and It was evidentshe I We prepay freight or express charges on the.following;
Judge Lamar and his bride will Mary and Rebecca Anderson, Geor- had
serious damage. Spriug Dale, Baltimore Rye, 15 years old, 4 full nt*. JUl.OO. 1C fell.
leave the tame evening for Saratoga gia Smith, Sara Harris, Emily Ford, The Japanese ships sustained little DANGER COMING qt*!. X115.11(1.Family .

Spring*, t > remain until July 13th, Valita Potter, Esther Weathers and damage.
old 4 full ItqU. full
The torpedo boat detroyer Shira- 'abhula.r'land Rae 12 years qt* $3.011.
when tVy will sail on the BalticJ'for Mona Killer, Messrs. Clifton Camp, kumo was hit by a shell which fell Signs that Point to Bright'. DINrare $12.00.

Europe to spend the summer. Clifford Anderson, 0. B. Howse, G. In the cabin and had three men killed or other Fatal Forms Km us, Maryland R>>, 10 year* nM, 4 full iti>. $1.110.12lull qU. 11.00.

The bride's gown is a creation of Ford J. H. W. D. Taylor, and three others wounded. The Chi of Kidney Trouble. I
H. Taylor,
\A.\\ Mono.igHlifrla Ryt-, 7 yrars old, 4 full II'.. >'43.2(). M full yl| +ti 8".OU.
wonderful affair of lace don, a vessel of the same class, was
LarNy, a Hiller Stephen
11. A. Daniel, S. E. ,
hit behind the engine room but no There are thousands of persons who art I Coupon to our M-nii-nmuthly frvt dl..trlhutl'I'h every puriiu We
r and fine embroidery, irradiated with Jewett, M. J. Roess and W. H. Powers. casualties resulted therefrom. tnconsclouslj in danger of the fate that ;: guarantee sttiafiiction or refund your tnouey. R-niit by | (Mt. or .1""+tei

pink tone*--one of those exquisitely Torpedoboats 64 and 66 were slight has lately befallen BO many of our most mousy order. Goods shipped promptly and in plain t.ozes.

wrought gowns that are impossibleof ly damaged. prominent mea and women who have died I 413 1 West lay it

description or reproduction The An Important Industry -- from kidney trouble. These diseases art I Maryland I Whiskey C o. Jacksonville, "..

B. J. Potter, of Tioga, manager of RUSSIANS LOSING HEART. alarmingly on the Inlrease,and they com
is net and this arejem- I I 1
foundation on .
that few realize their -
at on so Insidiously -- --
the Union Phosphate Company
broldered chiffon roses in seashell Seem Unable to Reform Plans Upsetby condition till life Is actually In danger.

pink, and appliqued on the net are that place, was in the city Kuroki. In the early stages of kidney disease ; REFLECT "
( [ 4 4Have M MI.[
several different designs of hand- for a few hours Saturday. New Chwang June 24.-10 p. m.- i there may be headache, backache, unnatural Ag ( l
Via to \
( messenger Koupantze)-The
He was en route to his home in Ocala appetite, bad taste in the mouth,
made lace, the whole worn over a Russians seem unable to reform theirplans I
I he with his fam- dry or furred tongue, thirst, dry akIn or
where Sunday
spent decide 1 the klrnl
which have been General you on a
chiffon slip. The hat to be worn upset by strong perspiration,sediment in the urine, /
Kuroki and losing interest / fertilizer to ? Iftnot
ily. are you ar< going use
with this is of real lace, the under or unnatural feelings various parts of i I
Tioga is a comparatively new' station and heart in the struggle. t I I a question of how much, but
brim faced close to the dark hair .The local censor is not passing the body. Don't expect all these signs I
being the headquarters of the any to show themselves. As soon as you what kind wm ru tint vwtlt
with a circle of tiny pink roses, with oommunications. The secret policeare
has been notice of them, commence at once he obtained. You can't make
Union Company, which operating extra diligent. and it is extremely any can a
jut a faint traca of green. She the of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURB. A
only a few months. The company hazardous to attempt to send out uncensored use mistake when you use our high grade
carry a shower bouquet of lillies of THOMAS MAPLE, Blrbeck, IlL, writes:
is mining"at present about fifty dispatches.New fertilizer
the valley.VMr Chwang is filled with rumorsof "I had a very bad case of kidney trouble
tons of hard rock per day, but this and back pained I could not '' cash for IXMKM
*. Healey Ii a notably handsome more fighting to the southward.The my me so Highest price paid dry
quantity will be increased, as the reports come from native straighten op. The doctor's treatmentdid
woman she I in all that i is graceful andy
company owns some of the finest sources. me no good. I saw FOLEY'S KIDKBT ." FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFE. lOMPUT
womanly and charming, and is eminently CuRB advertised and took one bottle ,
- lands in Alachua county.The To Make Determined Stand.A .
' I' fitted to grace the social phosphate which cured me and I have not been Gainesville, fla
is employing a large few Russian officers who talk
company affected sine*. I gladly recommend this
witlon in Washington to which her
| the
guardedly say rumors are untrue
number of hands at the Tioga plant, remedy.
distinguished husband will take her. but that General Kuropatkln Intendsto I -
which is situated on the Jacksonvilleand It It a simple thing to make your kidneys
make a determined stand at Kai
She has always been a great favorite
right when they are not badly affected
Southwestern railroad about nine Chou. where many mines have been
Atlanta, and will be very greatly ; but It Is not BO easy! after destruction WE WANT --
miles distant from Gainesville, and laid and trenches constructed. TheSeld ................_ _
mllli d. telegraph between Kai Chou and has set In. FOLEY'a KIDSKY CCKB will
the weekly roll is a great com- form of in the State
For the past two weeks Judge pay Chwang which was finished Wednes- I cure every kidney and bladder Every Grower
mercial benefit to that section. The day was cut in three places last night. I trouble If taken early and it will give relief -

Lamar and Mrs. Healey have been facilities of the Union Company will It is supposed to have been the workof even In the most hopeless cases. It To Have Our Books. :

the guests of honor at a perfect roundof Is an honest preparation sad will do all r
Chinese In the pay of the Japanese. .. '* manual Florid .
be increased within the next few '.'LOlun..EGET..nl..}:.. -A rornpM efoj
dinners, and other affairs, both of This is regarded as evidence that \Ia'1I claimed for U.PostoffiVf Or.
Gainesville Sun. "}'I.ORln.on.XGF.!\ -B ol\k of .i lt'Clallot.r.\ Uruc\ era,
them being exceedingly popular in months.- :: I I the Russians cannot hold the friend- Drug Htnr.- "FLORIDA STRAlV ERRIESM-BookM ou "riollV rlr llw, tfcfelr
I of the Manchurians.
ship ."
thin and -rtilizati"u.
society Benefit Rank Paid in Full. ,
I Largebands of robbers are giving IRISH POTATOES"BookM ou Soil, Wd, PI&nllruca.Uil 'ulthatktc,
Get Bu$| Is Gadson's Motto. Mr. J. G. Spurlin K. of R. and S., the Russian outposts much trouble I ErtVot of I''torl\liz..r-, Dinning _1111 Kiivjunjt."

Just at this season of the'earwhen has received a check of $1,000in full northeast of New Chwang. The Jap. It Will "PINEAPPLE FEUTILIZIXG--Of .,..., Ul Inim Inirrowvrn .oIuuN1'Ie'

business the idea into anese: it Is said have supplied the ,
men get
tome endowment rank of
payment of I robbers with 1,000 modern rifles and "IDEiL fl.IZEns"-Uonk *h wln( < all our HJTT 8* btasrt.
their head* that "business will drop the late Brother J. M.Benton. Up to much ammunition. Pay You hnlilu't'4.! Iru''se't',
months"Irank Editions of above,just published, teat flit fertM ettle|
off during the summer the close of business May 31, 1904, the French correspondents from Muk- New and Revised

Gadson, the hustling business den report that the Japanese up to
I I endowment rank of the K. of P. has

" tl tanager of the Bazaar store, is pre- paid out beneficiaries amounting-to test Monday near Llao had Yang.made no These demonstration correspondents IF. to You sell have, any Real Estate WILSON a TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

paring for one of the biggest sales he $20,72-2,950.56.: are now with the Russian OAI.SEEU: STORE AGK.VTN, OCALA, 1LI.

has ever pushed through on fancy In transmitting the check to Bro. forces south of here but the American OR

chinaware, etc., He is and British correspondents are not
and -
the secretary general --- -
Spurlin permitted to see the fighting. Viceroy IIYou're thinking of coming

busy unpacking a number of large counsel of the K. of P. says it is a Alexieff has issued a, proclamation to | | to Florida for a home? JAS.M.GRAHAM, Pr idt'ut. (l KO.W.HYDE, %Vie PTho ,-

cask of the above named wares, consisting record in which the entire order and the effect that all traffic on the Llao

of pretty dining sets, tea sets, every member there of should feel just river south of Mukden must stop and OR;
that foodstuffs must be delivered to First National BankOF
toilet nets, kitchen sets, etc., and is pride. The endowment rank is enjoy- the Russians. According to native ir* You desire to invest in any

business hum right in the Jf kind of Florida
making ing great prosperity.Wins reports the Russians are losing thousands property,

midst of the season some claim as the ------ -. of horse from glanders. Foreign GAINESVILLE.The .

believer First Honors. military attaches who witnesses TO SEE
dullest of the year. Frank is a -

In printers' ink and shows his Mr. Thomas Walton Roby, jr., won the fighting at Fen; Wang Cheng declare OR WRITEOCALA. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.
that the Japanese artillery is
faith by his deeds in the liberal use of I first honors at the Virginia Military superb and that the Japanese Y- Capital . . . . .. . .. .. . .. .I. .tWMXX> 00

it, lie nays the height of his ambi- I I Institute at its last session.Mr. equal to the best of European armyIs Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. :. .. .. . . *>,CXX 00

tion i* to have a business that would J. H.LIVIOGSTOH &SONS Dot-s exclusively a b&uRinsLusiuw*, with fclIUi equal l to toy Uuk la the
W. troops.
Roby is the son our. Roby,
warrant the spending of many thousands I' 9tat. Solic'sthe accounts of Farmer, Merchant, Corporation,.
auditor of the Seaboard Air Line' FLORIDA. EtaInterest allow...! by pcial! .rr.ulleWtut. AH bu.1DfIIJI
dollars in advertising.
of a
year :' JAPS MOVE ON PORT ARTHUR. transactH protmnly.
I railway, and is a native of Florida --- --- H. E. TAY WIt.Ca 4r
".. Too. Says an Ocalian. I.p
as his father was before him. Women Assist in Work of depleting
r.the Editor Ocala Banner. I
The Florida boy is winning honorsin the Defenses. s
I clipped the following paragraphfrom 1
Tatchekiao, between Kiao-Chou and -- -- .--
the Jacksonville Metropolis' colleges, in the army and navy Hal Cheng LIao Tung Peninsula June

"Kick Kolm," thinking how nearly and in all sorts of places. All he 22.-(Delayed in Transmission.)-Tfc.Jcpanete .

several to need is the opportunity. forces are 12 miles from Port
thus tame shoe fits me and seems
Arthur the whole male population of McMillan Bros

other Ocalaians whom I could point Notice to the Public.I which, from the age of 15 upward. I: IWA'
r'11 *
out; under arms.
wish to correct a report that has
Do you believe a wife can be spoiled? The women are assUtug: in"the 0
obtained in Ocala that I was recently work of completing the defenses. Ci
My wife has been spoiled by Southern Copper Works
bow. She thinks that it is the thing married. This report is entirely rllian cyclists occasionally establish
communication with the outside world
now to flit to the seaside or mountain without foundation, and I wish to say Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
when she Chicago June 27..Aleiaftner tnlen -
the first warm days, in this connection that I am respon-
never thought of such a thing until we wbA as attorney for the Employ
General Metal Workers.Old
began to dwell near other families who sible for no bills or accounts except ers' association has been instrumental and .

make it a business to run from warm those made by myself. In securing injunctions against i / u' r'

weal her annually. Why, sir, my wife ALEX PETEHSOX. number of labor unions has been the he Iilrh t Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

.xaa born and reared in Florida, and At the American Medical. Association victims was leaving of a the mysterious building attack in which u his through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
before -
.i ira a grown woman ever going office is located. lIe was struck down wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
out of the state. Now she makes which recently met in Atlantic
i i by two men who approached him from following works .
as much fuss about going away for City one of the leading physicianssaid behind the blows inflicting severe
the summer as if she was a New that a majority the medical scalp: wounds and making him uncon FAYETT YILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, OA.

England yankee. She has been students were unfit to practice._ It is scious. The police have been unable Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W.

I polled by others.-Riverside.OCALIAN.. a most serious accusation. to find any witnesses to the assault Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. JACKS. ,IVILLE. FLA MOBILE, ALA

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Are Made Miserable by STR.\USS & CO"


Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dir i
Several Acres Lumber Yards
Perdicaris: ; and,Varley Haye Ar courages and lessens ambition;beauty,viE c' I WHOLESALE

Clean Flames, .I and cheerfulness see
Swept by
rived at Tangier. G disappearwhenthekid
neys are out of orde' LI
:THE LOSS IS PLACED AT 300000. 'or diseased.:
HA SUFFERED MANY HARDSHIPS 't Kidney trouble ha _

F For a Time the Fire Threatened te fl//t+\ become so prevalent F T I
Retrace of the Brigand's Captives Is ., t'1 that it is not uncommon: Whisky Dealers.
Wipe Out the Entire Lumber District 1 for a child to be b?rr
Attributed Largely to the DiplomaticEfforts ; 'r afflicted with weak\id-
-Every Available Fire EngIne cf France-Received at Tan- 4' = neys. If the child urinates

Called Into Service. too often! if thr
gier With Great Demonstration. urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chile OCALA, t
Cleveland, June .-Fire supposedto aches an age when it should be able to
bave been of incendiary origin today Paris, June 27.-The foreign office control the passage, it is yet afflicted will

caused losses aggregating 1300,000 nas received a dispatch from the bec-vetiing. depend upon it. the cause o* Jf

la the lumber district lying along! the French minister at Tangier confirmingthe the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the firs ,
sea! should be towards the treatment o4 "3**>V
river front press dispatches last night an these important organs. This unpleasan *-- im-

Several acres covered with big lumber -. nouncing the arrival there yesterday trouble! I is due to a diseased condition of th- r

piles were swept clean ,by flames. evening of Perdicaris and Varley escorted kidneys and bladder and not to a habit 2.-. r
Sell the Best
LiquorsFor I
The fire broke out in the box factory : by Mouley All and Mouley Ah. most people suppose. bss-SSI f
Women as well as men are made miserable
of J. N. Hahn Co., and, fanned by *: :med, the shf6efa'of'Wazan..
with kidney and bladder trouble
tiff breeze, rapidly spread to the lumber The latter fact, it is claimed shows and bth reed the same great remeJy }
yards of the Nicola, Stone & Meyer :hat French diplomatic efforts brought The mild and the immediate effect o Money. jiit41 -

Co., and the Guy & Ralph Gray ibout the capitves release. Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sok .
by druggists, in fifty- J 'IV
Co.At one time the fire threatened to cent and one dollar fI" i.'..::. } :
sizes. You may have asample ,
wipe out the entire lumber district, ; bottle by mail ..., U. ,
and available engine and fire i *& ]
every free, also pamphlet tell- Home of ewswpnoocing <
boat was called into service. all about it, including many of the
Several vessels lying at the docksIn thousands of testimonial letters receive ;fr--44' Remember Our Motto: _
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei np; "HONEST MEASUREAND: FAIR DEALING."
the vicinity were hurriedly towed 1rCa NllTt _
& Co.. Binghamton N. Y., b: sure ant p
away just in time to escape destruc- t, mention this paner.

tion.The -'fi f-: '
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losses are partially covered by
Seed Velvet Beans For Sale.
Those dffiriug tin* velvet beans for
Fire at Wadley, Ga. y s+% Si I planting purposes will do well to rail

Wadley, Ga., June .-Fire was dis- I at J. A. Pooser's store at once. On. \r e- especially call your attention to the followitig'

covered in the rear of A. D. Quinn's hundred bushels will be sold at S-.25 specialties:

grocery store just at d .ek; The dam- per bushel S. R. PY LES.

: are amounted to about $250. I II Tell your physician to have ypur Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts, $I6.

MAKE KEYNOTE SPEECH. prescriptions filled at our store. We

I 147hiff"7 w I Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts $3.50; twelve
have a full line of pure drugs, and a ,
John Sharp Williams May Be Temporary S "L full quarts $10.
Chairman. trustworthy man to put them up. ,

New York June 27. Members of Tydings & Co. x

the Democratic national committed ,/'/ Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles, $2.90:: ;

now here Bay that John Sharp Williams ':": / Largest stock ofjwall paper in Marion twelve bottles, $8 50.

Democratic leader rn congress, ,f" 1, county. J. Starr Sternberger,

undoubtedly will be the temporary ', Ocala, Fla. 6 24
chairman: of the St. Louis convention ION PERDICARIS. Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; ,twelve quarts, $15.P. .
ft&d will make the keynote speech. It The next, visit to Deal of Dr E. T.

i> expected, that his selection will be Perdicaris suffered many hardships Allen, the eye, ear' nose and throat
while in the hands of S.Strauss Pays the Freight or Express these Goods.
ratified when the national committee Raisull, althoughhe surgeon, of Tampa will be Thursday ----; on

gathers next week in St. Louis. says he does not think that these July 28, Montezuma botel.STEXOGRAPHER paE pail ;
were the fault of the bandit chief and g u "
Senator Bailey, of Texas, has been All goods shipped in plain boxes and on thft ramo tlav l -,
mentioned for permanent chairman of that he had every comfort possible AND TYPE as the order is received. t '
under the cricumstances.
the convention but it is believed to be office in Com fe
Varley to be cheerful and W for
unlikely that both presiding officers appears as Agents PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.
bright as if he had just returned from nmctal bank. Your work in the
will be chosen
from the south.
a picnic. above lines solicited. (Speed and accuracy Respectfully,

Both p rdicaris and Varley are much guaranteed.
thinner, especially the former, who
Miss B N SINCLAIR.Sheaf .
has aged considerably. STRAUSS & CO.
From Handling Bodies of General Slo-
Perdicaris was received at his town er ." .a.ate
cum Disaster. Oats Wanted. +
house the authorities, the admirals
by -
New York, June 27.-Coroner O'Gor-
Will buy 10,000 pounds of oats in
of the fleet and personal FLORIDA.
numerous ,
nan who has handled most of the bod- bundle at market prie fO.PALIETI'O .
friends. His Moorish servants mad
Its recovered from the General Slo- PARK FARM .- -
demonstration of -- '- -- ,
cum disaster has contracted blood i great joy, kissing

.crt.'T. :. 'I!'! ., 'h.. .r1lUlJE'" ,_.. 4'1."' ." .
poisoning. Let us give you an estimate on '"1t::. -; "' { ,
He pricked a finger of the right
painting your house. J. Starr Stern ie '-
hand while removing a Breastpin from I berger. 6 24 .JH'A
one of the bodies last Sunday, although
To Beat
he wore rubber gloves. Within McIVER and MACKA1 Hard
a short time the finger began to _

veil and the poison spread rapidly.

'The usual treatment has tans far failed ---
to check the spread and anti-tox. -
ine probably will be injected into the
r ,
oroner's arm today. .

For Extension of Foreign Debt. I FUNERALDIRECTORS. I &

New York June 27.The budget for /7''

1905 contains appropriations of $4,680- .

000 for the extension of the foreign
debt, says a Herald dispatch from Val

paraiso, Chile. The president has Have a full tock of Coffins 1.Cat-kets:

asked congress to postpone the law and Burial Outfits. Special given to t f -
for the redemption of paper currency
rial t ervi until July, 1907., and to provide for the 1

omission after that date of nine million ; Embalming to Order / \

paper, guaranteed by a largely mSl "ViV*
Increased gold reserve. Tha conversion ? : J I?*..VS'f-V
WHI l E'SCream 5f> S S>?1J l
was to have been carried out next I \
I y ,
January, but the postponement is ask r
ed for by the president because of the CROMWELL TABLET. etA
unpreparedness of the country and because -

a certain amount ot the con their master's hands and clothes. GUARANTEED

version fund was used for urgent expenses Much credit is due to the two she-

when the country was in grave reefs of Wazan, Mulai All and Mulai WORMREMEDY

danger of war.Conrad Hamet, who have devoted considerabletime

in their efforts to secure the

Sentenced to- Death. success of the negotiations. Mulai t
Cuera, Ter June 27.-COnrad All remained at Raisuli's! camp continuously -I :

Swartz aged 18 years, a farmer, was :, thus ensuring the safety of the I aTHE ; -' v
today found guilty of the murder, ol lives of the captives while Mulai Ha- CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
Operator W. A. Earle at Yorktown on 6fy- .
met traveled back and forth between IEWAIIE or IMITATIONS.
June 7, and the death penalty was Tangier and Benaires. THC GENUINE PRtPABID ONLY BY 'J1 !h
assessed. The evidence Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
was entirely Mulai Hamet says he arrived at the
circumstantial but well connected.The ST. LOUIS. MO. -
camp of Zela, governor of the Behlm
motive of the murder was rob- Arab tribe at 3 o'clock on June 23, Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

bery. Earle had been at the station but that the captives did cot arrive The who buys
only three days. His widow and three until the morning of June 24. njan) HARDWARE of

children were in attendance at the
Nothing unusual occurred duringthe

trial. exchange of the prisoners, who MARION
started for
Negro Held for Evidence. immediately respec-

Jackson, Miss., June 27.-Charles tive homes. .cA.
Hart the Pinkerton detective employ. The delay in turning over the pris-

ed Governor Vardeman oners was apparently merely a mis-
by to rundown :NTti FOR -
the whitecapper band in Lincoln, take as to the date set for their re- A. I HflWKES( Optician,

Franklin and Amite counties, broughtto lease. Established 1870. "FAVORITE" STOVES AND RANGES

the city today a negro named L I Commencing over thirty years ago in
W. Jones, who will be held as a wit. the smallest way, the firm has etead-

ness against the lawbreakers in thatsection. FARMERS MEET IN SHORT TIME. iyt and rapidly crown, until now CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

It is stated that the negro HAWKED SPECTACLES AND
EYEGLASSES have national .
will give tome damaging testimony.He Agricultural Society Convenes in Au
imputation iu
are used every
will bi held ia jail for sale-keep gust at Hawkinsville. town and city throughout the. south. FENCING

ing.Paris Hawkinsville, Ga., June 27.-The annual These famous: glasses are used by the
June tf.-A dispatch from"th convention of the Georgia State beat class of people iu all communities. -

foreign office from Constantinople today Agricultural Society will be held in They are hold only by merchants A Full Line of
of recognized of Everything Usually
reliability whom Carried
announced, that the sultan today the city of Hawkinsville August 17 and there are now over 11,000, handling in a

signed an trade approving the porte'i 18.A these goods; and when it is remem- First Class Hardware
decision to make complete restitutionand number of lecturers will be present bered that there is only oue agent in Store. .
redress to the persecuted Arme among whom will be Hon. Gunby town, the wonderful demand for them

nians.! Jordan and 0. T. McLendon.An can be somewhat appreciated.For SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING

The sultan's reluctant yielding is believed interesting feature of the convention sale by SUPPLIESMARIONAHARDWARBACOMPANY.
to be due to his desire to forestall will be a report from each of DR. "')I. AXIkERSOX.

the international convention la the society's district vice presidents Sever Peddled.FOLETSHOMHWR.

behalf of Armenia, which u announced on the organization of farmers in their :

to assemble la London Jus 29.L respective district Labor conditionswill : e '

be reported on. .to..St11.ca.ihssadheathlund: I I'It


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ful life? The house was called to or TOLEDO BLADES.Those .

der. Cold perspiration bathed his mo- : I Indigestion. I NOTICE.Notice .

tionless His crossedon of Modern Make Sot 'omp *. With its companions, heart burn, !
ofHampton figure. arms were
Gregory able With the Ancient One. is hereby given that the following described 4t wit
flatulence of the liver
his breast His eyes were fixed on torpidity, con
Toledo blades are still made in the heart I be soldat public auction on Monday the
the speaker. stipation, palpitation of the ,

Sudden silence fell upon the floor government weapon factory. but thoseof poor blood, headache and other ner.
modern production do not compare Fourth Day of July 1904
and the crowded galleries. ,
vous sallow skin foul
symptoms, ,
with the ancient work. It seems to be
The clerk cleared his voice and nervously I at Ocala in the counhof Marion or so much thereof a* wit Is
By ANNA RICHARDSON a lost art. The genuine"Toledo blades tongue, offensive breath and a legionof ,

adjusted his glasses. Marsdensat made by the Moors, were so elastic and other ailments, ts at once the most necessary to pay the"amount due the city of Ocala fir i Hxs

CcP"Tiiht.lnJ. by T.C. McClure days with before the In tabulated his band. vote ToMargaretIt of two tough that they could be curltd up likea widespread and destructive malady herein set opposite to the same, together with cwst: of MHfc *a ie

seemed as If the alphabet held a watcn spring. You can see them In among the American people. The and advertising: ;

"Madge, didn't you spend half an thousand letters. Would the 'Wnever the armory at Madrid but only ordI- Herbine treatment will cure all these ,

bour In Mrs. Glfford's swords and Layouts for the '
conservatory come. nary I troubles. 59c. bottle. Sold by Antimonopoly I
last evuIngrYeber army are made there tOOlYTbe secret : j : "a,.. "
"Finch rf !
orchids are marvels" replied seems to lia\o been forgotten. The Drug- -Store.- m OWNER : DESCRIPTION OP LAND. lWV... X
"No! Faint applause.
I. !
the girl quietly. She returned Garrity steel l came from England. It is the Docrors Said He Would Not Live : ::1 i: ;

ter father's keen scrutiny withoutftIDding. cheers. same as is used for ordinary purposes 'w JI. I

"Aver Mingled hisses and where the art reach- Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes; Otto Grothe._ ..... all fractiQa.L ....___. 6
Miss Marsden
was a worthy quivered and as In Japan. R all fractional..._
"Gormanr! Gregory's eyelids McConathy .....
t daughter of the great political I leader. shift ed an equal degree of superiority the "After doctoring for two years with J A Ptttman ...___1e54 ____ t I
Just a trifle and his glance in the the best in UttoGr'>the ______'all ._........ __ i
11r. Gregory was with you-and I the bent head difference in the product lay physicians Waynesburg, __''s of :: I
II ed for an instant to MrsDKWengerUnknown % sK .. .... ; i .
hipptn to know that he is not interested bronze skill of the armorer and the process be and still getting worse the doctors __. ..173{ It n and s by 56 tc..d w maw I.J
of gold.
with its
glint ; corner ... &fj- I
In orchids. I "No!" Increased applause. used. hdvised me that if I had any businessto Elmira Williams__'7* ft n and a by 56 ft e and w UI..n i

"Urvgory of Hampton!" In the secondhand !shops of Toledo attend to I had better attend to it corner -- ...... -.- ,.:
"Gregory! Alexander ''all._ .., .. a' I
dealers J\V __ .
The words had become the of of the bric-a-brac can
scorn For one brief second Margaret'sheart and you at once, as I could not possibly live I, Carmichael & Son Co IW ______ --.........._ 0 111
the political headquarters over which buy old swords for reasonable prices Mrs E S Six___'s4_- .. ___ .. 0 I
Mr. Marsden stopped beating."AyeJ" made before the sixteenth another month as there was no cure Westerly Savings Bank JTC ft u ..d. by 66 ft e and w la sw

presided. In truth. Greg- but genuir.e! ones. for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was I 1 f corner. .._ ____.,.. ....i-.i-n --. __ M9. 0
gory of Hampton was a thorn in the the tables above century. when the best were Mrs L O Williams__.nllj_ on ,_ 'eaP I ,
: wire esh. lie Every reporter at and the art began to decline recommended to me by a friend, andI Heirs of Rachel S Perrin all__ -_...._.- I C
puller* was unap- the speaker's head took a fresh grip on produced Z C Chambliss _,,._'all__ .. ......__ .. 5ii It .I
proachable unbribable and. from Mr. sensation. are very rare and are promptly pick immediately sent my son to the 7 L Brooks.. all_ -__.__ i .

Maraden'i point of view hopelessly un Consternation his penciL There spread was over a the faces of ed up by connoisseurs whenever they store for it rnd after taking three I B Borland....__ ',coin siSfteiiJltaiSftwitltt iS for nw cor .. ._,._- t I 6 5 13

reasonable.The the men who hud been following Greg- an offered. The names of the old make bottles I began to get-better aud con J B Borland ...__.. I[,com 84 ft *of nw cot . ,..'. .164,0.

apportionment bill was strictly element ers are as well known as those of the tinued to improve until I was entirelywell. W B Goodwin ____I 13Stte in ft n 23 It wm It__ i.J I
ory's led. The machine aU _.._ __ ...___. I II
framed by Marsden to give his party cheered and the speaker rapped for painters of great pictures. and a sword ." Postoffice Drug Store. m W W Felter ...- ... lot 4 and H ..._,_ ,- I 69 Q C
: WWClyatt ___'all... ..
better control of the state legislative made Nicholas or Dune or Don Isio Ec I "
order. by Mrs R B Sternberger _'com 36 ft e oTse corT.L .!IZJ !! ......... WO S
branche It was not a vicious measure his and glanced or Correnties in the fourteenth and fifteenth J I W76ft n in ft e 76 Its in ft....__ I
Marsden folded arms MASTEH'S SME. LandMortgageBanlt s34 _...._ _
that his heart set worth several times S.t\l' .
but knowing was at the gallery, where Margaret had centuries is I H Dtckersonm.._........ lots 4 and 7 iini.i...._... ,U.H $ S II
upon It the younger element who had. risen and was now making Its weight in gold. BY AUTHORITY OF A FINAL DECREE Z C Chambliss _..- sM ??-.,., -_-.-._. -_. J I"
begun to murmur against the Iron rule suddenly Each of Toledo tn ancient chancery made by Hon. lames W. Locke CC Hicks -.- .-J79ft esndw by51 ft n sod s Use :
for the entrance. Just what part had armorer Mtting as one of the Judges of the United States I corner .. .._ _._ ..._ 6 1s $. .
of "the boss" had vigorously. opposed the In this little drama be won- times, as in Japan. had his cipher Circuit Court in a certain chancery: case lately Sarah A Gowens,.._. ...'!nM except 72 ft e and w by 49 ft B sods !i

the bin. played which is be found his blades and pending in the United States Circuit Court for in se corner .. ...._._ .. I'II'I Oh.
dered. With Gregory on their side victory : to on the Southern District of Florida in which Oliver U E. Gattes....._..._ Jjj ft n suds by 56fte and w la.. : ,

Iti defeat meant the dethronement assured. When he finally there was as much rivalry among themas H. P. Deal is Crmplainant and Perry H. Nugent i, corner .....---. 4141:111
of Marsden and the assumption of was there is the sing- as administrator. etc.. et al.. are Defendants Mrs R B Sternberger e4 .. .__ ...___ I J4 :I i j
: party made bis way through the crush after today among opera the undersigned as master pro hac nee, ap- Unknown ..._...._......_,I1 _.. _...._....___ 'ulNa) N I
p leadership by one of the younger the concluded neither his ers. Julian del Rei. the most famous pointed by the court will expose for sale and Unknown ?.?____'s34- .... __ .. S ij NIJ N tl

men. Gregory bad entered the fight vote was of the Moorish swordmakers, alwayscut sell to the highest bidder for cash oa Unknown ..___ n ... ___ _-.__ af'liN
daughter nor Gregory was in sight ll'HiJay the itt day of A uguxt. rtot. Mrs Anna Parham... _'s54 ......____.... 3I44 % N
: under instructions from his district The former had entered her coupe the figure of a dog on the blades between the hours of ti a m.and 2p.m. on said Stephen Smith ?_._.___aU ....-_...... _...... 'sNN!
leaders-saId, back country farmers to of his swords near the hilt. and Mor- day. in front of the south door of the court housein S P Brockingtori..___...com at nw corner .__ P' ,Dunas C..IsMI
said the doorman. and another man the city of Ocala.Manon county Florida the i s 105 ft e 119 ft n 105 ft w 119 ft ...,... ...
'-whom newfangled politics did not appeal told him that some one had seen Greg rillo. who was also famous used a mortgagtd premises described in said decree Miss Julia V Wells'comat.ecorn r__..__ If ,.DUSS ...Wst1I9SltW25SftflI9Stte,55ft

J" Self reliant and gifted with the wolf for his coat of arms. The sword- to-wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land : _. .. II ..
ory swing Into a hack and the driver situate lying and being in the township fifteen Unknown ..???,..,?.. ?_;:47H tt n and s by si It e and w oa B I .
faculty of dominating others. he bad had started the horse at a terrific makers of Toledo had a guild for mu- [151] south range twenty-one [21] east,in Marion side. 1111. .. _. ..?_ I; ....... .*..... II
1. unconsciously assumed the leadership up tual protection but they worked sepa- county. State of Florida.to-wit; The south half Unknown ..................:...,'com 105 ft s ot nw cor. ._, ...... .._ I"A....
pace. of the southeast quarter ot section twenty-six s3cfteIoftnftwiofl ... ..... t .
: .
of the opposition and was already But .had- not. followed- .. .Mar.. rately. Each had his own secrets for [26.] and the west half of section twenty.six [26.) Unknown ____......'!''com 140 ft sot nw **?.?.,?..? ... .....,.. 8J+'....
spoken of as Marsden's probable sue- Gregory and steel which he and the north hill of the southeast quarter ot i 8M fte 205 ft n 3S It W J05 ,,-.... I i
garet. It was dark before his ride ended refining tempering section twenty seven [27.] and the southeast W O Parker ,..._ .._. all __......_... _..._ F
cessor. town trifle concealed from his rivals. but transmitted quarter of the southwest quarter of section Mrs Ida Wrnker: _..... nwisH / __.. .. .._. .... .. I jA I
All this was passing through Marsden' and he came back to a to his children who inheritedthe twenty-three [23.] and all the right title and Peter Ingram ..._._.__... ofsw __.___. .... 1 A !
t white in the face but with eyes serene- interest defendants in said cause in the southwest Unknown" ......... .. lall in sec 7. .....__.... J; iA. .
mind as he watched his daughter business.-Chicago ltecord-flerald. quarter 01 the southeast quarter of section Alice M Pawling_..._ all! -........---- -- --. i) .
run through her morning's mail ly happy. twenty-three [23.) and the southwest quarter of Unknown ....___,.11.___. ... .... ..._ 4 JA t..
Marsden came upon them in the library the southwest quarter of section twenty-three Unknown" .......____ com 544 ft w of a point ISO ft a of M cer. '
and wished she would speak. But Red extended his band with PICKINGS FROM FICTION.A [23] or so much thereof as may be necessary to I ofsw see S tp ij rUt w 147 ft a !,

clearly she was not in a communicative pay the amount decreed to the complainant. T47fteI47ftsl47ft ..----,,.._ : .,..
awkward attempt at cordiality. CLIFFORD ANDERSON. RF Sample _.;-..... aU ....i...._--..-.--..--.--...- I. P I
moodS "I glad could finally see woman knows a woman, no matter Master IV) llae Vice Airs Flora Ukowski.! ._!aU __ .... .. .._ S _Ii '
"I suppose you help receive at theCOTtmor' am you MrsRSPerriaheirs ".. sw -...... -..._ .. I 4"''It 'I
things our way," be commenced. The how different they've been raised. -- R F Sample __......_ lots 35 and 38 ..._-- I! & .
reception this afternoon. words died his lips. "The Substitute." NOTICE.Of Mr F J Barber ... __ all __ ._ .. ___ -ari: a t .
Well go where you like though I don't on Chas W Torrey __.__. com at ne cor -..'--'''_ 3. keS. ..' -1
Margaret and Gregory turned toward I hold there is but one Irremediableevil s 122 ft e 132 ft n 122 tt w 131 tt ...... 'It
care for that daughter of his. Only him and there was that in the lattar's in life. that of growing ..uret1 of Mrs F Gary ......... .... lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II ..,__._, ,OSS7I It..
for Tax Deed tnder Section S .
remember one thing, there is to be no Application Unknown...__. 112 It n and s by 70 ft e and w in sw!
face which stilled the voice of the political oneself.-"The Carissima." Chapter 4SSi!, Laws of Florida. corner ...._......,?,?..,.???......, I Ca* 1 $
nonsense between you and this young lIe at this Mrs K H Massey... __.com at nw cor ... ..
Gregory. The apportionment bill givesus leader. gazed dumbly Juge the future bi the past but when V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. C. s 165 It eio6ftn6tStw36itnZw7oft RI

young man born to lead whom no you bar a past you ain't got much future. 1.1 Bailey purchase--of certificate No 1142 ......-._._.._..._n j .
almost complete control and it's amount of wire no offers of dated the 6th day of August. A. D. 1900 has G C Stevens trustee ..._,aU ........ .---- .... !'i" I..
got to go through. Gregory by his ohiUnacy pulling. .-"Little Henry's Slate. made application for tax deed to issue in accordance Unknown .______.,e _. ..__ ____; ;:J4 1:1: .

;. encourages the opposition. I've political preferment no bribe, however Perhaps it is from overwork among the with described law said certificate situated embraces in Unknown _.... -' com at se fOr._ i ,JS. '.
following property
started to put it through and I'll do it alluring, could move and yet who for the poor that death has been reduced Marion county. Florida. to-wit: Mary Mente.J ___.'. sw5 n349jltwaoofta34q1lte3eft..I--- ______..: ."I CAWd ,t'It
love of this slip of a girl had deliberately to a shadow.-"The Gray Wig." Lot 15 ol Bailey's sub. of east half of southeast H Dudley -.. ..__ 8u ft e and w by 124 ft n and a in nw .
If It takes my last dollar. turned his back on a brilliant xuarter section 27. townsdip 15. range 22 corner ... ... ...... ...., .a$
"I hardly think it is worth while for political 1 ain't what they call a pessimist The said land beiug assessed at the date ot the FC Alworth ......_ a"--....__. ,....?...._?.??._,.,?. i4 1 w 1
career. issuance of such censficate in the name of party 'Benjamlnuubofblkl40and41 .._1 I j
you to waste money on Mr. Gregory. ( Would he have done as much at the but I thinks poorly of most things. It's unknown Unless said certificate shall be redeemed DuncauCampbeU _. I com tteofowcor ..._ ..... 4CawSIISftWl4lfii7oft ,Ir
lie's not that sort. safer.-"The Adventures of Harry Revel I according to law, tax deed will issue e3sttnift''
same age for love of this girl's mother thereon on the 2nd da> of August A D. 19C4I I i W213it$4.

Margaret had risen and now stood, ? He looked suddenly, and his I. Witness my official signature and seal this the HeirsofAnuRiley .........S7a3ftnandabyzijfteandwjsuw' .

pale and tense before her father. up Good breeding sums up In its Instinctive 39th day of June, A. D. 1094. corner .... .. .. ._?_. -.1-1.1.. .CaMtr. ...
glance met the of his wife gazing s. T. SISTRt: K. ...._
eyes ChasWToirey wtf except 87 2-3 ft n and t by ij lIt el!
J whose face bad turned livid. at him wistfully from a large oil paintng. attitude all the efforts a man 7 i Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.ADMINISTRATOR'S and w in n w corner _..?--.. / $4wd ''lit

i i "Lnm't tell me It has gone as far as has made toward perfection; aye and Mrs M A Miller heirs n4 ...___ ..._.._...... .. ... '.
; How often her eyes had met his lrsF'lnnieFAnthony._ n3 __ ___. Wa. '
4 3
that! Would you stand by this man In real life Just that same wayl all that his ancestors have made be- NOTICE. B H Hodges.R _.. ... .._.....I lots 12 34 5 7 S 9 10 hodges sub .. .. ... .. t

la preference to your father? Think. 'I fore him.-"John Percyfield." F Sample _.__._ .iu_ _____ .._.. -- liD. ... .
f For the first time In years somethinglike A H Birdsey...__... IOl545 _._...._.._.. __ IIi' irJ'
\3rhild. think. You're all I have in the a prayer of thanksgiving welled It is no use to pretend that bard luck R McConathy __....._ ..!all __._ ..____ .1"
world since-since your mother's does not take the manhood out of a NOTICE 15 GIVEN THAT SON. THE J W Pearson-._ ...._ com 2 95 ens e of ne cor __._.. _, ...
from the heart of the "boss. The day of January A. D 1905. as
np C3-39chss34ch* chi T
w n .
gone." apportionment bill turned miserably man. When he has an inferior part in the administrator with the will annexed of the. chs .....-----.3_.-.39_..... 3.--1! '. 1 I'

The lips of the political leader twitched. Insignificant Without a word he turned life to play he begins to look the part, present estate of my Mrs.petition Eliza and Keep.final report deceased.and I asked will Ellen Williams ......_com 2 95 cbs e ot ne cor __...,..J :JICaM1I'; *
e269chss3.3Scbsw369cban3 t
The girl who was the living his heel, but at the door he looked and be looks the superior part when be 10 be discharged as such administrator to the ....._...... ....... I ....
breathing image of her mother occupied upon has that to play.-"Letters Ilome." Hot Robt. Bullock county judge for Marion Mrs ME Dawson ...._ lots sB li c""kMib nei sec 19 tp i Ist:! I Irn. .
back. and a smile of real happiness county Florida. H W ALLEN, __ .. I .
the one soft spot in his callous not triumph rested on his thin blood- |\drnr. with will, annexed.**" Unknown -._ lots 137140144 ...". .l.i.-.-_ '-...._" t I .II;

A scheming heart Saved Ilia Friend. June 23rd 1904. =_ 624 WBlMorris Fuller...---. .....ne -. ...._,. ..-.....-- .
mention of her mother's less lips. His daughter's head rested Solomon.._.._.com. at ne cor. __.,?.._.... I .
At name This little story is told of two Scotch
confidingly on the shoulder of Gregoryof wi5atts6334fteiooft soft ejalt'n : Margaret turned swiftly and twined Hampton. laddies who. while fishing in strictly NOTICE.In I 103 ft__ ......_....._. S ti
Celia Jones.. ...._ 55 ft n and s by i63 ft e and w in *e>
her around her father's neck.
anna preserved water for which only one the Circuit Court of the Fifth Circuit corner....?_..___ _.?_.. }
: "Father, dear you make it so hard. I was provided with a permit were sudI Judicial Archy Jacobs._.......... A",__......??......_, __ 4 E b t 13IS>>
of Florida Marion county in Chancery. :
Rat Cunnlnc. Shootereccom4ott&OfNWeor__.... _! S Ee
You don't know how I love him. Can't
I denly confronted by the bailiff. One Charles Coornan Complaintant.. Jane C. Coo- E43ftSI3S1tW45ftNl3Sft.. I
you two agree and make me happy The rat has often demonstrated his of them quickly collected his tackle and man Defendant. J Thurston ........_-!E...___ _... 1 SI KG __ _
Intelligence. Perhaps tLe best known Unknown __ Com wofnecurswK ( secisTpu
Her father did not repiy and with a his might across the field. the bailiff TT ORDERED THAT JTHE DEFENDANT
ran r 22 ft s ft e 93M tD
w9jjH 230 'jg Itl, .
rob- "
oft rustling of silken skirts she slipped Instance is that of the rats which in quick pursuit After covering alarge J. herein named be and she is hereby requiredto Mrs F H Massey.............'com 659 ft w of ne corner .wi) sec l$<
the the door bing a poultry yard could conceive of pp-ar to the bill of complaint in this causeon tp 15 r 22 s 242 It w i jo ft n 241 ft e!
from closing
room tract of country the angler sat before Monday the _
off the ; 150 ft_......._ '- .-
of *
gently behind her. no better way carrying eggs down completely exhausted and await C N Hampton ___all... --. --_.,...J& 4
than by getting one of their numberto 1st day of A input,A. D.lj<>4. Unknown _....._ w4__.._._ ___ ..._ SV Ht'4"" ;
From her bedroom window she and the ed the panting and enraged puraier. It is further ordered that a copy ol this order B Collier.........__.._,lots 7 and U..___ __.. )1 II
watched her father climb into the waiting lie on his back clasp eggs I "Do know that you should not he published once a week for four consecutive S) Green ____ all._ ......---- _-_..,1 3 iS J Oii.
noted oil his stomach. Then several rats 1 you weeks in the Ocala Banner. NW Hanson....._"_'. lots 21 and 23.___ 61nt ...
broulhamShe the increasing fish in that water without permission? Done at Ocala Florida.this the 23rd day of Unknown _____.. .
their brother's tall -\lots 2 4 and 6 ...... ..._. 'Wiat
Hoop of his shoulders, the languorof pulled recumbent asked the irate man. June. A. D. 1904. J P Higginbotham ..._ lots J 234 and zo.-_ ..__..1 t West = III
hU. When the turned while others pushed his shoulders. [ISEAL] S.T SISTRUNK. Higginbctham:....... lots 9 and u. ... .. ..... Lm. ...1 9Wr &
step. carriage "Yes. said the lad. "but I have Clerk Circuit Court.H. _
bidden per S M Shade ...- lots 21 and 23 ---- .,. I i West ...
the corner she sat down at her Thus egg after egg was safely mission. I've got an order." L.Anderson. Complaints Solicitor. Unknown _._ lots 2 4 and 6 .__.._..__ I WftIt 1M

desk and wrote In their burrow.A -- --- Wra James ____ lot 9-----.....--_.. I Wag Iu4 I
: rat has been known to cross a I "What made you run then you young Hedgman ____- ._lots nand 13....__.._ __I II W.t I
)I, Dtar Mr. Gregory have thought scoundrel?'. NOTICE I P BrockiLgtonLevi __ lot 23 __. .._ .I Wi' W I
and thought aU night long. and still I swollen torrent In Scotland seated on I -- Alexander _...._ com 200 ft w of*e corner w 5: ft aft 'it JI cei.
"Oh Just to let the other lad away- ft ft ft. ft_. I ..
swan's back. Other rats have made e 01 a i la w 10. lia l01I.
csjinot fiv. you the answer you wantV a he hadn't got one." In the Circuit: Court ot the Fifth Judicial Circuit Unknown .. ___... all..._........ .:-.. ......:.....::-..:.. N DXWUNW
1. l ,U U useless for me to make false pre- friends with dogs and fed from the of Florida, in and for Marion Countyfn E Sevier_?.._... .. ouii'and[ 13 --- ... ON" 11'
.2 t.na.a. useless for me to deny my love platter. When the dogs were E F Sevier_____ tots it and 13 -._._ _.__ III, !
.. for you. And yet-I am my father's all. same A Horse Apiece. Chancery. Fla West Coast Impr't Co lots A and B ..... ._. _.__ D N W I. I
and. no matter bow happy we might be. absent they would never feed knowing M. B. Lanier Complainant.. Jennie Lanier Unknown _,_.__ all except Si ft n and s on n end .__' II,D N W .I
I should always feel that I had robbed that the presence of their canine First Comedian-I know something Defendant. FIa West Coast Impr't Co all except: 65 ft n and t oa n end...._ IfDNWTa t .

him of the reward for his faithful care awfully funny. Second Comedian E W Ka'bIIl_ ... all -- ". ... ..-- friends meant safety. TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT R Bngance...__ all ... ..._.. .. .. __ 14S iTttCitf, Hit .
of m*. Can't you understand He hasb..n What is it? First Comedian-Why I JL Unknown .... ....... t
Although when driven desperatewith herein named Jennie Lanier be and she is -- n .. .._ --_. .. ...._-- tt CHoe
10 good to me always-and I owe held by a highwayman last hereby requited to appear to the bill of complainant Unknown ____.nw __,..... _"..___ 'I .aestukuown .
him everything. You must make myauw.r hunger they will devour one another was up in this cause on or before Monday the: _......__!o; .._... ......_ .. ...__ H ,Ot... I I
for me. This afternoon. I under In times of plenty their affection night But the joke was on him. I jfA day of Si>teM}>tr, A. D",19'14- H W Ward_ __'.nw --- ...-....... 4 ca.p. .
tand. they take another vote on the bill told him there was no use searchingme John Page ___...... all .... .. ..---....-.. .19!: Otno. I
wbkb stands between and happiness. 13 almost human.A It is further ordered that a copy of this order H W Ward_...._ ne ...... ......-.. ( 1III I t-
me Sussex clergyman has told how he as my wife had been through my be published once a week for eight consecutive Yancy n ....__:sw __ n, -------__-._ .. 3 Cllatt .1 I I I
Tour vote will be my anawer. If it UNo. weeks in the the Ocala Banner. ___ .. .. -
pockets Just five minutes before. Second LYancy ;sw for 1902 .. _.__ 'ClInes I a
." do Dot.*. me again. It will be saw a number of rats migrating from I Witness my hand and official seal this the zoth .
aalor,. for us both and surely 'you owe Comedian-But I don't see that the day of June A. D., 1904.
one district to another and In the midI W. \v. CLYATT
my love that much consideration. Faithfully him. It First ,
joke was on was on you.
yours, MARGARET MARSDEN. die of the company was an old blind ,. i- SISTECXK, Clerk Circuit Court. Tax Collector, City of Ocala, M"riou (Couuiy Florida.
I Comedian-No, you're wrong. It wasn'ton Complaints Solicitor.NOTICE 6 24
e e e e e e e rat with a twig In his mouth, by whichhe .
either of us. It was on my wife. .
The ladles' gallery of the assembly was being safely'led by a younger 1- .
chamber was thronged with brilliantly rodent I There wasn't any money In my pockets I OF DISSOLUTION. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE NOTICE.

gowned women. Tha fourth day of Instances of rats leading blind comrades : to begin with! Detroit Free Press. TO SELL MINER'S LAND. mHE REGULAR JUKE KXAUIM P01J.

tilt deadlock and rumor bad gone by the ears to feeding places and rpHE FIRM OF BURTON. BRADSHAW&CO. .teacher wiU take place!. Oc.ala.. TM 1'r.
What Did He Want J.is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Messrs UOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX THE Jane rtb, 1904. 119 o'clock; W>nt ibfNcsHS
forth that there were prospects of a placing food close to their muzzles 11 will meet at Ocala High ftcfcnl;bcrfM&f eed
C. H. Burton and F.L.Bntdshaw.having: sold ;th day ot June. A. D. 1904. I will apply to
break. Members on the floor bowed have been observed more than once. i A certain professor is a very absentminded their interest in said business to the remaining Hon. Robert Bullook. county judge in and for colored applicants at Howard AcatUwyVriM*

human i man. ne was busily engaged partners. The firm in the future will be conducted Marion county state of Florida. at his office in ing.
to acquaintances In the gay array of This Is more than many beings An parties who cipect to tetn Mfceal M
under the name of Reynolds&Company Ocala. in said county. for an order authorizingme '
; butterflies. Gregory of Hampton sent will do for their weaker brethren.- In solving some scientific problem. The said company assuming all liabilities and will ,as guardian ot the minor heirs of csta e ofT 'I Marion county aot already k.Ulaf as Mtt>
London servant hastily opened the door of his collect all indebtedness said firm. The partners H. Fmton deceased. to sell at private sale pirrd ccrtincate. will be reqttrtd to take ....
In their Express.
but one long searching glance of the firm being J. D. Reynolds Lyune.Fla. the following property belonging to said estate I examination The questions TIM** sal
studio and announced
direction but 1 In that look be caught a great family .D C Lee. Dothan. Ala. and Ed. HowelL to-wit Southeast quarter of northwest quarter Practice will be takta from Setter's hew MUM!
event Vicnna.Ga. REYNOLDS&COMPANY. and northeast quarter of sou'h west q'iarterof Management FflCeji. at H. B. MM**+*,
In the background a slender Gluttonous Englishmen.
ft vlalon "A little has arrived." Lynne. Fla., May iSth 1904.ADMINISTRATORS'. section twenty-eight((23) township fourteen (14) Ocala.Fla.
gray crowned gure. A chiffon veil Bluffklns wandered In at the club stranger south. range twenty-two (u) east, Marion coun One dollar wtllbt charted cash spi.mts.
cording to law.
hid her features but under the droop- the other night and drew his chair !.I -Eh? NOTICE. ty.Said Florida lands belonging to"the estate of the said W DC**,*

lag brim of her hat he caught the close to the fire. "It is a little boy. Thomas H. Finton. deceased.to be sold for the _Se$. P. ......
"Little boy! Well ask him what he best interest of said minor heirs. -- --
flint of bronze gold hair. For an In- "I wouldn't be an Englishman for NOTICE
I This sth day of May,
wants.-London Standard.Earning \fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL 1904-
e atant the hard set look died from his anything!" he ejaculated. "They have 1\ on September 12th. 1904. present tn Hon. \6 ANNA L. FI 10S. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TttK

yea, and a tender smile rested on his the most gluttonous appetites on rec I Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Marion Guardian. I i.1 endcrsigued. a* csecvtor sal ttccfeMc.retpectiTely.ol .

Then be glanced toward Mars- ord." : and Getting. county. Flonda. my accounts and vouchers for the estate of JOB r. 11Us.. MStlturda >
lips. final settlement as administrator of the estateof
cute4. wW
"It five that I
of fawned was only years ago E. )f. Henderson. deceased. and will ask fora NOTICE.Of .
dcn's desk. A group men "You cawn't prove that bah Jove!
,, the H claW tf Juty. 4. & **<4..
started In with our firm at $5 a week final discharge as such administrator. Dated
; upon the leader who seemed not to no- said Mr. Algernon Hawkins,,.who lived .said Bragg. "and now I earn $50 a this March u, I94- apply to the county jodf of Marisa flr*.*,.

r. tic them. Ilia face was gray white, on chops and swore by his majesty."I W. T,HENDERSON. Admr. Application for Tax Deed ruder Scctiou 8 of Flonda.\Oa:&. FU. for the parpose of aah'
, of week without any trouble. I 6m Estate of E. )1.Henderson. Deceased. Chapter 4SS. Laws of Florida. tag final setUcmtaiof their iccotuus .M fiIf
his eyes a steely blue. But Gregory can replied Bluffklns with rm- : final discharge.
That's so. It's to earn that.
Hampton read behind the look of grim ruffled composure "and here Is the easy IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT N. L. H. C. DflXX.
"but how much do NOTICE
remarked Newltt. W. A. HOCHC
determlaatlon-to the years of Interminable proof. I was riding home In an electric ,' NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE of tax certificate No. i Its......
you get? -Philadelphia Press. 770 dated the ad day of June. A. D. 1901. :
struggle to the home life last night Two Englishmen sat has filed said certificate in my office. and made AiKI R. I.aw.zasl .

love neglected all next to me.CJ 'ave application for tax deed to issue in accord- tUtcvtfil
sacrificed the wife Just bought a
fill Fame."I IIN THE 4TH DAY OF AUGUST. 1904.THE ance with law. Said certificates embraces the _--e-- .
for political power. And this sam stove.' said one. 'So 'a ve V said the ',J undersigned will present her accounts and following described property situated in
understand be was an even
lay within his own grasp If the othec. 'But mine Is the best on earth.It vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge Marion county. Flonda.towit:
power final and
before graduation from college. and ask tor a settlement discharge as Lot i Plat book A page :oa sec I tp 16 r 34. ITORS-
apportionment bill failed. Leadership cooks my breakfast In 'alt an hour' administratrix of the estate of Julia P. Johnson The said land being assessed at the date of
life companionship and the said the first. Jove' said the second. "Yes, Indeed. Why he was the author ,deceased this 4th day of February. 1904. the issuance of such certificate ia the name of Ii HEKKBY GIVES TO Cft_
*>f men of Chicago FRANCES A. HOWSE. Windham. Unless said certificate NOTICE
,, a new college yelL" Sarah shall legatees distributees sad at pctMtt
hr'J T0T* of a pure woman? The plaudits 'that Isn't anything. I can 'eat my Post a 5 tem 6m Administracrix.FOLEllONETTAR. redeemed according to law. tax deed will baring claims demands against tb eUM ef

i of the public or the caresses of a love store In five minutes.' issue thereon on the sth day of July. A.0.1904. Joan F. Edwards decested. t. pracal .. .
Witness my official signature and seal this same within two jesnot they will be lit.4.
.; for which be hungered as be had nevrt And even Mr. Algernon Hawkins acknowledged Conceit Is a small capital with which I ICu.Pa' the and day of June, 1004. this the jid day Ftbnury iw.

hungered and longed and yearned that the Englishman; did S.T. SISTRUNK. iw.DOIAC.ESWAI .
.j to begin business.-Schoolmaster.: P... *; Pnenmanla J 6 3 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. A4nallftUiWl.
1 for anything In all his busy, success- have a pretty solid appetite. __



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the Editor of the Ocala R4DDf'r. ,
In the interest of the many, the .
great foolish Demos and that on- ;= ABE JAKE
marching and ever increasing armyof .
men and women who have an aim
and a goal and are going straight for
it and whose objects are well known TEA POT GROCERY. _
this wide world over to all thse entitled "
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to any claim for intelligence sn-
':perior to that of a bushman, your
correspondent desires to enter his
protest against the oft repeated scur-
rilous, slanderous, malicious and un- =
We are Ever the Alert
truthful reports, disseminated by the on
very law breakers and criminals, who
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are today and ever have been under -
circumstances the true authors
order.of allcrime.lawlessness and dis T To purchase Groceries the best to be had and from first :

As in all matters of controversyand
conflicting interests there is like hands to supply our customers. Likewise will find .
wise to this another side. Is it ask- you us
ing too much of a democratic paperto
give us, its reading public, this alert in having wants attended :
c other side as well? The best informed just as your properly to and I:.
on public matters the wide world

over years are ago aware the Western that as Federation much as two of should for any cause unknown to us you have any reason j'

:in Miners their as bodies and conventions.the declared American for Labor socialism Union t to complain with us of the Goods or the Treatmen j'ill :

It is this unionism of men who have ,
the intelligence to realize their slav-
ish, dependent and hopeless condi- E '
tion under the capitalistic regime and Kindly Bring It To Our Attention. {
hence mean to strike at the ballot
box rather than on the industrial ...........,:-.
field, which is attacked, slandered, "

i sworn maligned to be and annihilated tyranized by over the organized and For there is no one more anxious or willing to have _

mine owners, their hirelings and

serfs whose, whose official guns authority, whose are pens prosti-, and ii their customers receive what they: are entitled to, than ;

tuted for pelf in the interest of arro-

gant is, tyrannous the co-operative and rampant stores wealth.It which. r c we are, and we will always thank any of our customers '1

the the composed name same lawless of Citizens of the gang Alliance merchants sailing, whichis under and I E for bringing to our notice any neglect of duty .'

tradesmen, who by refusing not only .

credit any of, the but union even to miners sell on for strike cash, to as on the part of any employee. We are determined

per patronize al.order forced of all their the those miners bosses wretched to, Rockefelleret set up, out-and F to have the very best equipped Grocery Store for

which rageous ciated we press and have reports unheard been, informed,of through atrocities within asso-of service and Quality that can be had, Barring None. ..

the past five or six months, are the I...-.... ....
work, pure and simple, of the same --

organization chant tradesmen of mine and owners their hired mer- i We Need You to Help Make it So. -- ..

thugs truly they have succeeded in .....
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putting to shame anything ever per- ..... ...... .
petuated in Russia or Turkey they
have made a name for themselves, E TOILET SOAPS We gave a nice assortment and they are bargains. Our 5 and 3 :
their state and the United States of ,
ioc. be beat for
capes caq't quality. :: ,
which ignorant and bigotted Mushicksor
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Mnssulmen may feel proud, but ...rI!"-

which disgrace will to be the an entire everlasting American stain and na : When in need of Pure Olive Oil, french or Italian we have it guaranteed pure. Try it and be convinced. ..

tion.This -...-...,
Mr. Editor, is in limited space
and|general terms the other side of E OLIVES Son ethiq9|) new. We gave them in.the. latest style put up partly stuffed ;
the picture it cannot be found in == -
t and port plain, to suit all. :
press reports, but in hundreds of pa- .- ....
pers andmagazines of this broad land .,.c
I who are not muzzled from telling both :
aides of the story, and the signs are : If :
anticipate taking a trip for a few weeks
excellent that they never will be. you or going on a Pic

of Chronic, Diarrhoea SARTOKIUS.Cured After Ten. : Nic, no need to worry about what you can take to make things pleas/ .

x "I wish Years to say of a few Suffering.words in praiseof : ant. But Just call at our store and take a look on our shelves and you :::::
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
t Diarrhoea Burge, of Remedy"Martinsville says, Mrs.Va. Mattie I suffered :: will find everything necessary in the way of meats, sweets, pickles, .

from chronic diarrhoea for ten : cakes and to drink for have Hires
even something
years and during that time tried various we R < c' eer,

permanent medicines relief.without Last obtaining summer any one Ginger Ale and Raspberry Ade and we will fit you out in good shapeto
of my children was taken with cholera
morbus, and I procured a bottleof : to enjoy vacation.
this remedy. Only two doses were ....
required to give her entire relief. I ...
then decided to try the medicine myself 'IIIIIlfI
and did not use all of one bottle
before I was well and I have never Remember Our
Guarantee is That
since been troubled with that com- | j
plaint. One cannot say too much in ..
favor of that wonderful medicine." ..."
This remedy is for sale by all druggibts. -

An. Evening_ ..at Silver Springs.Mr. m | All Goods Must be as Represented or Money Refunded. i

and Mrs. A. H. Marsh, Mr.and
Mrs. G.: R. McKean, Mr. and Mrs. C. .
4 V. Miller, Miss Edith Piatt, Miss | S : S. Yours for More Business j
Louella Gary, Mr. O. B. Howse and ,
Mr. E. T. Helvenston composed a --- 4
pleasant and congenial party, who -
went out to Silver Springs Wednesday ,
afternoon and spent' the evening, F TKO TEA POT GROCERY ...

driving the evening.home by moonlight later-in

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