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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. JLXXVIL NO, 52 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1904 DOLLAR AYKAU F..
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11r"r"r"r"r"r'tr"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r" " " " " " BANNERS (ORE VICTORS, In Honor of Miss Dozier. Relics from the Philippines. I THE QLORIOU8L! FOURTH I

-- Miss Edna Dozier, who has been i Dr. William Anderson has on exhibition -
TAKEr i
Our Namesake Takes the First of visiting her brother and sister, Dr. in his drug store some curious Written for the Ocala Uaacr. !

Daniel's Three Games From the Stirs. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier in Columbia, .looking weapons that his brother, Many the brave lire were ucnfi<*4 x&iOn
Tonic Pills 1 birthday of our eat....
From Wednesday's Daily. 'for the past two weeks is now the Lieutenant Commanding E. A. Anderson -, And each return some itUJmt i
Boy din in the ce4rkmB.
On the south third street grounds guest of Miss Fannie Rogers, in Aik- has sent him from the Philippines. t
E For Malaria in all forms. Xo cure no 3 When old Ben Franklin was a t+
pay. aw, _
en, S. C., where she is having a very One is a dangerous looking knife For i
yesterday afternoon the base ball port he flew a pnf k. !

-t1- ':1 r:- -_ delightfulisit.. called an officer's "Kris" from the Today the k Ite'a too tame .,-. t
:: 'ro team bearing the name of this paper The small boy play with .. il
4y
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-- .:.. : The following items of two affairs I island of Sulu. It is a crooked steel >
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..... defeated the Stars in a contest for t When George Washington WM a .*.. -
given in her honor are from the knife something in the nature of abayonet
Hit plaything .. .
___ I was a tvna, ..,,;
== ::: =-= local honors to the tune of 10 to 2. Aiken correspondence in Sunda"sAtlanta i sword, about eighteen His namtkaVrt now,like w4fet 44, t I

--- i Are wont to make a CIa..*.. ..... !
a1tv- j -- In the early part of the game there Journal. inches long. The workmanship is

/- ,12ul, ,' .r_ The young men of this city a fine but it is encased in Abe Lincoln's boy hood dan.*. rf cat
: was excitment on all sides. The gave I very a very With fire coal ..
t learning hw 14 .(... J I
( ,;S teams appeared to be very evenly delightful dance at Piney Dell Pavil- crude wooden scabbard. Another is Tne small boy D.W.on Mkeaasf ea..
ri Blow off his heal
I I lion on one evening last week in something like a butcher's knife, with" 4..s4...
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I matched. That was.the intention of But boy of old had sore......
.r honor of the visiting young ladies. A large at the end and small at the II
For to lead the ..
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the who chose the
_- c-- _- managers playersfrom special trolley car was engaged to convey hilt and is thrown with great accuracy None for example up to.1eM

-- -- the regular Ocala team. them to and from the beautiful by the Bolomen. and is also !\! In strenuous cetaWatie..

_r __ __ ___ -- --_ ____- ______u __- ____ _- ', No tin solanrrn
-- --. The contest! was one in which nearly spot near Augusta. A good band used at close quarters. ;,:. In khaki niform the Whikt to play I Naaae .....

all the townspeople took some in furnished music and late in the even- Lieutenant Anderson killed the Small woiwkr thai **..|| )..t t tae.*
| POSTOFFICE- DRUG STORE. f terest. The players are known to ing the german was danced. The Boloman in a combat and took this I i I Aslauity.taurltafdad.*
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Prescriptions. receive careful attention. == nearly all the spectators who were party was chaperoned by Mrs. D. H. last named knife from his person. I I ----

-- -- --- -- -- ---- -- -- much concerned as to the result of Wise. The following visiting young Peace is beginning to reign on the 'I Mr. James Pi**** IltU... ......

;?jll'jl'jl'jl' jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'j'jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'jl'll'jl'jl'' ' ,' ' ' l'jl'' the contest. ladies were the guests of honor of island but our soldiers are getting Tuesday from a vMt |. ul 11..

The game opened with the Bannersat the occasion: Miss Blanche Gary of somewhat home sick and instead of S. C.
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N.*. ., ,. -'-- .....,....y L,,"_ :-4JS-l. .yn *> J the bat. Ford sent hard grounderto Abbeville, S. C; Miss Edna Dozier, of the "battle hymn of the republic" it

Vogt who threw him out at first. Ocala, Fla; Miss Annie Humphrey, of is said are singing at eventime the Mrs. J. A. Jordan ha* ....uuti U

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE Harper hit to left for two bases, went Kitchings, Mill, S. Cliss:: Eflie following song: her home in Tampa( after a alert Heat

to third ftn a passed ball and scored Rogers, of Darlington, S. C." In the land oi dopie dreams here with her mother, Mw. f../.....

Peaceful happy Philippines.
when Harris reached first on an "A delightful card party was given
error.
LANDS. Where the Boloman hiking night and day Mrs. R. G. Blake anti *MUrw Uv
Harris stole second, took third sackon by Miss Fannie Rogers on last Fri- Where Tagaloya steal and lie.
Where Americans only die. gone to Dunnellon to vtot Mr. ami
a passed ball, and crossed the day evening, at her pleasant home on
Then you hear the soldiers ing Mrs. Robert Sander

plate later on an out. Bristow was Richland avenue, complimentary to Their evening song! : -

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or given his base on four bad ones, went her charming visitor, Miss Edna Doz- Damn damn,damn the Philippines Mr. Gilmore, who for Hem mootfe
lease communicate with him. Cross-e cd.treacherous ]Ladrones, I
on royalty round the circuit to be thrown out at ier, of Ocala, Fla. A series of twelve I past has been with the Antt>M< 1t t f r
Reneath thastarry fbi. I
home plate. Anderson fanned. In games of whist was played and the Civilize them with a Krag :I oly Drug Store, now bar a ptaatMWIt!

this: inning the Stars could not score. first were awareed to Miss Susie And return us to our native home. Ii i with the II. B. MantraMrs. .t&re.

'Xeath th* native -
Vogt was out from second to first. Wood and Mr. Henry Henderson the nizpa -
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala, Fla. ; Where th thatch skinny chickens scratch
L. B. Tyding*, who f.
Liddell hit to left for two sacks was consolations were drawn by Miss Only haven after hiking! all day long IIl.MR<<
When I lay me down to sleep the summer at Dutmlto ew!
sacrificed to third by Jewett, and left Carrie Williams and Mr. D. S. Hen- up
lizards
Slimy o.er me creep: from
there Wt'tlnfItiC.lay for btHi
there when :Morris: struck out. derson, jr. Dainty refreshmentswere Then you hear the soldiers sing a .

UEA SLJ2ABZTH RABBIS, Local Editor Mrs. II. II. Tobey went down to Neither side scored in tlie second served and thirty two quests Their evening son;: visit with her KIm,:\Ir.l'. II. Tytlupa..,

-..... her cottage at Lake Weir Saturday to wJre Damn, damu,damn etc.
inning. Three men on each team present.
Mr. J. Starr St.nIJt.-'I1t*< MK! hi*
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I spend a month. She was accompanied fanned at the ball. In the third Ford I social customs there are few '
; :Mrs. L. J. Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten All the ladies smoke and chew, little daughter, BveJyn, ML+tau I
by Hayes.I was out on a high fly to Vogt. liar And do other things the padras
home
I Years of Suffering."I Say are wrong. Wednesday front a twt. WfII k'.

lion. S. H. Gaitskill of Mclntosh, i I' Henry Stevens, of High per got his base on an error by wish to say a few words in praise Pre&edentes no ice visit to relative at There am] ......

i Iii In the city today.Mr. Springs, is in the city the guest of catcher. Harris hit a liner to Scott of Chamberlain's For they live on fish and rice: nah, Ga.Master.
Colic, Cholera and Then voahear the soldiers sing _
i I his Mr. and Mrs. Isaac who caught it, but made an error i in
parents, Thtir evening
song'Damn
W. E. Pelot is now in Georgia I Diarrhoea Remedy" says :Mrs.: Mattie Henry Marsh has (pane to
to make double Bris-
Stevens. trying a play. ,
the Burge Martinsville, Va. I suffered damn damn etc. Jacksonville and will
after peach aew hit
looking crop. f ftftf
tow retired the side on a high fly to
(U -- Miss Lillie Schlemmer, of CedarK from chronic diarrhoea for ten Tried Five Doctors: grand mother. Mm. Htwy Ml.fi..te.ott
short. For the Stars Bailey struck .
)Ir. 0. M. Goodrich is now with y, who has been visiting her years and during that time tried var- Mrs. Francis L. Sales, of MissouriValley to Atlantic Beii to '1...... ......
out. Scott hit safely over short stop.
the Ocala Gas Company. brother in this city, has returned ious medicines without obtaining any Ia., writes: "I have been weeks.
f Vogt hit a line ball to Bullock who afflicted with kidney trouble five
-a -i home.
permanent relief. Last summer: one
Mr. Will Veal of Cotton Plant, made a scnsationl catch and double years; had severe pains in in my back Mrs. Holmt-u, who hue .**u toll.
of children taken with cholera
was visiting in Ocala Wednesday. Mr. J. P. Nix, who has been on a play by'tagging Scott. my was and a frequent desire to urinate. guest of Mrs. / C. ChMMlM twse.eral

visit to his sister, Mrs. C. I. Graceleft Fourth inning. Anderson out secondto morbus, and I procured a bottle When riding I experienced severe day MunHwl to hr know ai

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor have of this remedy. Only two doses were pain over the region of the kidneys.
yesterday! for his home at Dania
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. first. Peyser on a fly to short, Lakeland Wednesday afteeauaat.Sirs. r .
to Madison to visit Mrs. Taylor's required to give her entire relief. I I tried five physicians without benefit
gone near Miami.
and Bullock hit wildly three times. ]I I and then concluded to try Foley's ---
then decided to try the medicine my- W. last .
parents. 1The Stars tallied twice in this inning. Kidney Cure. After taking three Henry JJ, t Slt thl.
Mrs. Davis, of Tampa, arrived it self and did all
not use of bottle
one
who has been vi
Mr. J. Q. Wills, of Starke, formerlyand Ocala Liddell hit safely between short and $1 bottles I was completely cured. fttog faMm InQoincy
Wendesday for a visit to her
before I well and I have
attache of this office, is in the third, stole second and crossed the was never Pohtoffice Drug Store. m is now Uw pj **t t"f lor iator,
son and daughter-in-law:: and since been troubled with that com
Beard of Trade Mrs. Curry in JackMwvM.
Meeting.
plate Jewett's to center.
city. on tingle
Mrs. P. C. Davis. plaint. One cannot say too much in
I IlnI. Jewett managed to pilfer second and From Tuesday's Daily.The Mr. W. C. Petty, ij>rw .ltaf. the
favor of that wonderful medicine."
:\ P. R. Lester and children
Emory Leavengood has returned third, and came home afterIorris's f Board of Trade had an enthsi- Carthage FurnHwe OwMyxMty n'
have to Waynesboro, Ga., to This remedy is for sale by all druggists -
gone home from Manatee Co., where has fly to center had been caught. astic meeting last night and listenedto Carthage, X. C., wa vMttaK ). iM

spend the summer. been spending some weeks with his Wheeler took his base on balls. Clark: m an excellent; paper from Mr. Ford city Monday. Mr. IVrttjr ia oar ..|riM w

Mr. Harry Cline returned home sister, Mrs. J. W. Perry.Dr. hit to Harris who caught him at first, Court House Improvements. on the condition of municipal affairs of Mr. E. P. Thagawl.

At the last meeting of the board of -
Friday afternoon from a week's visit and Anderson returned the ball to which was ordered printed and will Rev. Theodore L. Cvjrbr...vai
Lincoln Hulley of Bucknell county commisssioners a propositionwas
be distributed'for information.A .
his at Auburndale.Mrs. third in time to make-another doubleby "
to parents gages are (!*vi ., of th 4 erl1."
University has been made to enlarge and improvethe
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unanimously committee
Wheeler campaign was appoint. !
there. The
catching score Many of us have Mmi i< MIT ...-
W. L. Ditto, of Jacksonville, elected psesident of the John B. appearance of the court house. ed to enlist public favor for the bond
.( was even at this point, and excite- ion of them in rtfMof Ift- lylrirt
formerly of this city, is on visit to Stetson University at De Land. This movement will be hailed with issue.
; was high.In .
",. along about laterart ..,.
r friends here for a short while. Mr. John W. Martin, who is traveling the fifth the Banners sent Moore delight. The appearance of our courthouse The committee is composed of the -

Mrs. Andrew Russell and children for a big Savannah harness man I, around the bases and the score stood is out of all proportion with following gentlemen, viz: Messrs. D. Master Tom Parfew, wfce few ..... _

3 to 2 in our favor. In the sixth the buildings surrounding it-the outcome E. Mclver, J. M. Barco,W. J. Chambers clerking for Mr. C. II. Ityfar, Ml -
to spend ufactory has been i
have gone to St. Augustine spending a couple
several weeks. of days in Ocala. inning the Banner added three more and culmination of the enter and the president and secretaryof Friday for Seabrve**, wtwiw h* will

prise of private citizens. spend the wtdt } .
runs by sending Harris, Bristow and the board. summer I, awl )f,..

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry, of Palm Mr. H. B. Masters, of New York, Peyser around the base on three hits, Marion is one of the largest and Several enthusiastic speeches were C. S. Cullen.

View visiting the lady's parents who the wealthiest of the interior counties andher made and a deal of enthusiasm -- -
are spent past ten days in Ocala a base on balls and two outs. W'could e great Mrs. J. H. Itenjamfci ) MKuoxville to
gfere
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leavengood. left court house is less ornate and imposing aroused.
for his
home
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Tuesday, sailing not resist the temptation and : Tenn., to vtfe L1 tai..
from Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. scored Ford in the seventh than any of the other coun One Ladies' Recommendation Sold
Mivs Jessie Owens, of Sparr, was inning, ties. Fifty Boxes of Chamberlain's Mrs. Robertson. ) ". n J-i's .

and Peyser, Bullock and Moore in the little ton has been to K.....
and wfefcMrs.
among Ocala's on Saturday was a D. F. Forbett, of Dunnellon, Our county pride needs stirring up. Stomach and Liver Tablets.

caller at this office. was visitor to Ocala Wednesday. eighth. This ended the run gettingand The pulic enterprise of Marion I have, I believe,sold fifty boxes oChamberlain's f his aunt for several tortlu

left the final result 10 to 2 ip i n Stomach and Liver
:Mr.: Forbett is engaged in putting u county should be on with Alaeh- I F. L. Watoeu. .
3lisa Lelia Barnes left Thursdayfor favor of the Banner boys. par Tablets on the recommendation of tam .In.. ....s

telephones, etc., in Dunnellon.Mrs. ua, Columbia, Polk, Lake and Or- attending a house ttofcio'
a few week s visit to friends at THE one lady here, who first bought a box ptrtjr af
SCORE:
Ft. White and White Springs. L. T. Izlar left Wednesday for BANKER AB R H range. of them about a year ago. She never Beach for several w'!*k. a.i ..*.
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In the hands of the architectby tires of telling her neighbors and been her
her old home in Blackville, S. C., to Ford.. . . 5 11 9 10 proper visiting raettor hiville 'wite.th> '
Rev. C. H. Nash, of Tampa, spent the outlay of a few thousand dol friends about the good qualities of for the
week fe1Mllaf
2.b.. . 5 1 pant
spend the rest of the summer with her Harper 22 30 these tablets. P. M. Shore, druggist,
Wednehday in Ocala with his son, Harris 3.b.. . 420 210 I lars our court house can be greatly home Saturday.
daughter, Mrs. C. S. Buist. Rochester, Ind. The purgative effectof
Mr. George. A. Nash. Bristow c.f. .. -I 1 1 210 enlarged and beautified, and we are these tablets makes them a favor-

Mr. Clark Hunt, of Jacksonville, Anderson l.b.... 5 0 0 11 1 0 glad the proposition is being discussed orite with ladies everywhere. For )Ir. Clifford L LWngitM. Wfc* attended -

Dr. S. R. Brown, of MIcanopy, is l.f... ..
the popular city ticket agent of the Peyser 522 000 by the board of commissioners and sale by all druggists. m the Ce fN." Y.MM> tv

here on a visit to his son and daughter Southern Bullock s.s . 4 12 1 10 1 -- union at NaiihvW, Tww., and w*..
railway, spent Sunday with .
hope it will meet with instant favor. : A Hustler Rewarded.The .
Cole r.f. .. 300 000
)Ir. and Mrs. Jim Brown. friends in this went to the St. Loofe MJKH.UMMI ha.
mmmM MK W city. Moore p.. .. .. 2 20 0 50 water commissioners by a un
In Honor of Visiting Girls. returned how*. Hid trip a a. it* **
Miss -
Mr. James Cribbett, in renewing Emma Tucker,the well known animous vote, re-elected Mr. C. H.
37 10 S 27 13 0 enjoyable .
hi* subscription to the Ocala Banner, evangelist, who was in Ocala sometime STAR AB, R H PO A E The Lynhurst German club 6f thiscity Campbell superintendent of the water area

nays he "can't keep house withoutit. ago, is conducting a series of Vogt 2.b ., . .300 150 gave a very lovely coitllionThursday works for another term of two years 31is3 ANNA Mimant.'n
." revival services in Jacksonville. Liddell e.4 12 11 .2 1 night complimentary to The election was accompanied b S' friend vary chwminifl W. >hi....)

Jewett ... .
s.s ,3 11 3 11
)Ir. G. B. Tanks ,. Coleman, There may be wars and rumors of Morris l.f . _.4 01 0 00 Miss :Mary: Ella Cannon, of Concord, complimentory references to )Ir. at the itoau.of her tnnthir M>'- IMi J

left Wednesday for a couple of wars, and our darling baby boys may Wheeler l.b. '300 900 X. C., Miss Violet Harris, of Ocala, Campbell and the splendid work he 1 is oa Sooth ThinI k' r> 'I i **

4 Louis sicken and die and never be soldier Clark p.. .. ... 200 010 Fla., Miss Regina McKinnie,: of St. doing for the city. :Mr.: Campbell id )11xoo' party wa gnatBtM !\ .-.r> dPhilUpK .
wf'f'k's'h t to the St. exposition
) unless we give them Dr. )Ioffatt's"TEETHI Roberts r.f.. . 3 00,0 0 1 Louis, Miss Mary Andrews Nashville -- .

.\" (teething powders.) Bailey c.f. . 3 6 0 0 00 J recognized everywhere as an expertin 31Isa Siaclair whu t,... tare

; Mr*. L.W. Jackson has returned to "TEETHINA" aids digestion regulates Scott 3.b. ... 301 3' 1 1 Tenn., and Miss Blanch Kinbrough, his line and the water commissioners in Wa hingtefi, D. C1., fur s thi. l ard elu

the bowls and makes teething - of Memphis. It was a beautiful affair consider that the city LJ fortunatein weeks with..,. Wether' Mr ljr.
her home In this city after a few weekvisit
seasy by overcoming and counteractingthe i 23 2 5 27 10I and was very greatly enjoyed, as having a'man of his abilily at the Sinclair, left Satmiay for N..w' Tack
to friends and relatives in Gainesville.
effects of the summer's heat upon Banners:-2 00013130 I are all the affairs given by this
10 of
popular head the waterworks.char
the little City to efieixl a f....... ttiMi Mr
ones. Stars : -0 00200000
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DENIES THE ALLECUIOM. FORT MCCOY OOIRSS. BELLEVIEW.Jlrs. \ """ """ L7. t:2a ;

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There was to have been a ball game Mary Fogg left
Sine: weeks ago this paper copied
here last Saturday between Fort Greer, where she will
an article from the Gadsden i County
King and the team of this place but time with her neice, Mrs.
Tunes in which it was: charged that
Fort Kings failed to in an The young people's
put appear
Mr. Gramlin, the bookkeeper at the Baptist church gave anise "The House
ance. The boy played a good game
asylum was discharged because he in the town hall That"Treals
themselves and passed off the
voted fax lion. Robt. W. Davis forgovernor. among which was well attended

evening very pleasantly. the rainy weather.

Miss Kate Long who has been 3irs. Helen Northey ,
Dr. Gwinn say: 4
teaching in one of the Georgia ] for Ocala. After You flight.
"I did not discharge Mr. Gramlinor
1 there, she will make a
colleges the past spring and summer,
( any one else) because he voted through Georgia.Mr. .
has returned to her home at Dexter.
for Mr. Davis, and, as a matter of Daniel Sykes, of _
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Mrs. H. H. Martin her
fact, do not know how he voted punctured spent several days here -
foot several days ago with a nail and Strobel,
and with to emphatic-all deny thatI Miss Belle I
has suffered fearfully but is some seriously ill, is again
attempted to influence, directly or Peacher, rn
better at this writing. Dr. I
for a short drive each day.Rev.
Indirectly, his vote in the late pri of Citra, has been attending her. .
S. M. C.
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maries. I have no hesitancy in saying Mr. Scott Hinson, of Homosassa.'is ford, filled the regular / / \ \

that, admirer of )lr. visiting his father, Mr. A W. Hinson,
being an at the Baptist church

Broward, I did advocate his candidacy of this place. ing. / / \ \
Rev. H. C. Martin preached in the and
)Ir. D. W. Boone
when opportunity offered, and
Baptist church here yesterday and Monday from Lynne. 11 / \ 1
for that have no apologies; certainly P.eE.. M. C. Dunklin, of Oxford,
Mr. Johnson, a new
: no regret took charge Sunday evening and will for Hall & Thagard, i m j

"Xo one, however, ever heard me continue the meetings for several I
and little daughter,
say that I objected to any man, days. day. K:

whether employed here or not" voting Masters Cook and Felder Howellare 'T'T.-- :

as he pleased nor did I solicit spending some time with their Safeguard the :: .

the vote of any employe during the grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felder Notwithstanding all 1
by boards of health and
late campaign. Long, of Dexter.Mr. .
inclined persons, the
"I hold no 'whitewash brush' and Henry Taylor who made a cropof among small children is ffl ,

have never attempted to cover up any melons and vegetables at Anthonythis during the hot weather

year was here last Saturday to mer months in the large
official act of mine.
his and ball. He is not probably one
see parents play

any the"Any business success sensible,of and the person especially management knows of an that in-of melons.says he came out "0. K." on his use that complaint of could Chamberlain's not in de a hundred cured by I 4 AKedthy] fWflfciiinfetli'lii( ) a ] (


Henry McQnaig, road overseer, for and Diarrhoea Remeky.
stitution of this kind, depends largely -
this section has been repairing the all druggists. 1 i I
t upon the faithfulness and fidelityof 'm'
big bridge at Orange Lake this week, Just
all connected therewith. More a
but stopped off for a few days for
especially is this so of the office force, To the Editor of the Ocala

to whom must necessarily be left want.of Marion material.Mr. Burlison. is now carrying Discussing the Q you want a healty body, you must m

of the details of its manage next presidential election
many
ment. It is also highly requisitethat the mail between Citra and Eu- friend of mine made the eat the right kind of food and that m
reka for his brother Thomas Burlbon.
those entrusted with this workbe tounding suggestion:

thoroughly reliable, trustworthy H. C. Martin was the successful "What would hinder :\ doesn't mean that your summer L m ;
bidder on the mail route from Fort
in of defeat in the
and truthful."I case
employed Mr. Gramlin when I McCoy to Dexter and began the cause a war, and thus : diet must be the same as m .
work on the 1st of this month.
he these whole election. This
qualities.I
thought possessed
r discharged him when 1 became Now that the national conventions paratively easy, in view your winter diet. M c
have met and done their work.
convinced that he did not tion in the far east.

them. possess What's. next on the program? Electa Wremya says in a recent ; Eat lightly in hot weather, and dont use m
democratic and
president turn the. Russia is not fighting for
"Daring the time Mr. Gramlin was
rascals out. or Corea, but for its meat.
employed here I him the benefitof
gave J. S. Grantham has been assistingthe W
in the far east where a
circumstance and while I
every Luffman Bros. in their Store II I
at Ii
extended
things conducted to his discharge i were not only
many Sparr this week. P. X. P. but the
by United States 3 BREAKFAST.
the culminating episode was QQ
Britain. Thus explaining
the proof beyond doubt that he had GfillERVIUE. '" .
deliberately sought to create discord thy between the 'r"P
1t
anese.
the other here, Q
among employes some
This week opened with a general
It stands to reason in Cantaloupe
of them being of many'ears' service, fodder pulling.We .
that Mr. Roosevelt will

faithful"As superintendent and efficient. of this hospitalI continue to get a shower occa- opportunity to make Malta-Vita or Mapl-Flakes!

sionally which is very acceptable, etal.' .
endeavor to act along the same
notwithstanding the great need of
The idea seems to be \ !
those in
lines
pursued by private
fair weather during the fodder harvesting it impossible? Eggs
business, and when I desired Mr.Gramlin's days.
What is the duty of the
services I employed him.
Mr. Ross, accompanied by Mr. EJ|
I that defeat Coffee
suggest we
When I no longer considered his services
V.
Rayburn attended the Turner
velt at the poll and take
faithful and desirable I told

r him so and let him go. Such a course pond picnic. H. A.last Ross week.Mrs. returned. last week his attempts at i wH z You'll! feel more like working .a.fter that. IS d

become at time
may necessary any
from a pleasant visit to Newberryand Ocala, Florida July 1t 1h I
F and with any employe, and, in fact,
less other places with relatives. I Canned goods of all descriptions and
this
happens"more or frequently Mrs. N. C. Deas spent the 4th of Croup. .

everywhere. July very pleasantly with relatives at I In \iolent i'h

No Pity Shown. Lecanto.Mr. I mucous membrane of the ]i

William DeBusk, of which sometimes O
"For years fate was after me continuously Crystal lyrnx and bronchial tubes; Soups, Vegetables, r.1 .
y ," writes F. A. Gulledge, River, spent a few days in Gaiter- of the most dangerous .

Verbena, Ala. "I had a terrible case vile attending the picnic at Stoke's children. It almost Meats
and Fruits. (
of Piles causing 24 tumors. Whenall Ferry July 2nd. comes on in the !
failed Bucklen's:;Arnica ![Salve Give frequent small doses
Mr. Ross attended the '
Turner
pond I '
cured me. Equally good for burns picnic and remained over until Satur- Horehound Syrup and d Coffees and Teas are the standard. 4
aud all aches and pains. Only 25c. Snow Liniment

at Tydings &Co's. Drug Store. m day.Mr. throat. 25c, 50c, $1.00. _
C. V. Brooks,of Inverness,was Anti-Monopoly Drug

ORANGE SPRINGS. in Gaiterville Sunday reviewing the m

old scenes. I Old Fashioned Barbecue at
Last Friday closed the first month i
Miss Frankie Ross returned last 1 ro the Editor Ocala Banner.
of the normal. The work for the
Will
week from a-pleasant visit to Early you kindly give
i month has been excellent.
i Bird. While there she was the guestof columns to say to the d bQ
' Miss Souter, of Sparr, and Miss .
there will
be an "old
her sister, Mrs. Jno. Boring.Mr. \ -
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Hayman, of Island Grove, entered John de Brass and family, of cue" at Fort McCoy on / ,
the normal this week. We now have .
It is
Shady, were in Gaiterville last week given under the p4
e the roll.
I thirty-nine on
and attended the picnic, as did also Fort McCoy Cemetery
.
Prof. Brinson and
spent Saturday
Mrs. J.I'. Morrison, of Calvary.Rev. Refreshments will be
Sunday with his family in Gaines-
Weir filled his regular appointment grounds, the proceeds to I
ville.
here Sunday, delivering keep the cemetery in
i Mrs. Farmer and daughter, Bashie '
two excellent sermons, and announced Everybody is cordialy
leave Tuesday for Georgia to visit & .
relatives. the protracted meeting to com- living near by are

Miss Leila Marsh spent Sunday mence the 4th Sunday in this month. baskets of nick nacks,

with her parents at Marshville. The annual Stoke's Ferry picnic of I J. W.

A literary society has been organ- July 2, was an up-to-date festival, Fort McCoy, July 11th, '
ized by the young people at this ta 1
though owing the
misunderstanding -
place. The following program will Cheerfully Recommended _- _
of dates it was not as well attended
be rendered next Friday evening: -I mltlsm.O. _' =

Song.... .. .. ... ..... ... Society. as was expected, nevertheless all G. Higbee, Danville,
Recitation ....... . Joe Nash. present had a pleasant time. The Dec. 2,1901: "About it

Reading......... ..... ..Olive Knight. bounteous feast was one of those I was laid up for four
Recitation. .. ......Mamie Johnson. regular Gaiterville rheumatism. I tried K. B. IAST

Reading ............, .Pearl Griner. enjoyments whichwe Liniment, one bottle RS
Music....... ..........Selected. are proud to say can't be beat, can cheerfully rot

Composition.............Bessie Baker. The refreshments were also right suffering from like .

Recitation. ..........Bessie McRae. up to now and, well, we would add 50c, $1.00. Sold by.

Solo... .........Lizzie Turney. more but it is useless as everybody Drug Store. .
Conundrum contest by Mr. Proctor OCALA FLORIDA
knows. m
....................... and Mr. Evans. UNCLE JOE. Study at t Home of! : ,
Recitation.......by 8 boys and girls. For the next 30 days. Wall paperat }
Querry box .......................Society.A half regular. price. J. Starr CUB fffrkf"6 more. W or Ith employment the Tablet to Home learn Study
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USA S11SA22TE HASS1S: Loral Editor I DF0TH Of MRS. BULLOCK, A Charmnig Afternooon Reception.On An Advertisement Party.

_ Saturday afternoon :Miss: Mary Miss Sue Anderson t
gave a uniqueand

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Mr. She Expires Suddenly Sunday Morn. Ross gave a most pleasant reception lovely party Friday night at the The Portable Saw Mill is the Coming Mill.

ing While Attending tc Domestic complimentary to her friend and OUR MILL IS THE COMINGPORTABLE
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Cullen spent Sunday Duties. guest, Miss Violet Harris, of Ocala,

t fit, at Seabreeze with his family. The announcement early Sunday Florida. It was in the nature of a William Anderson on Fort King avenue MilL. j

Fourth of July entertainment, Miss at which she entertained twenty-
Tyding's & Co., have a full line of morning of the death of Mrs. Robert

fancy box paper of all descriptions x I I Bullock cast a deep gloom over this Ross displaying a double patriotismby eight of her friends. It is a portable mill that is really portable. Makes perfect 1

I I i giving her reception on Saturday The young folks were asked to lumber. Capacities ?,000 to 15,000 feet per day.

Mr. Frank Ditto has returned froma I I city.Mrs.. Bullock was not feeling well : instead of waiting until the real 4th, come representing some popultr and 3j

visit to White Springs.Mr. when she retired Saturday night but thereby avoiding an interferencewith well known advertisement. The idea I

J. M. Meffert. spent Sunday arose early Sunday morning and was the veterans' celebration tomorrow was a novel one and the costumes I 1

with his family at Goodall.For attending to her domestic duties proving her fealty both to the carrying out the various advertisements -

when she was attacked by 'a severe men who wore the gray and to her were splendid. The followingis )

rent, several small cottages.J. I pain supposed to have been acute indigestion country as it is. It was the intentionof quite a number of those who attended i t n jar- !EM+ i
Starr Sternber< er. 7-1
or rheumatism of the heart, the hostess when the receptionwas and their costumes: !
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Mr. L. R. Chazal spent Sunday at and she immediately expired.Gen. planned to make an out of door Jimmy Taylor and Brantly Weathers -; ,
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the Continental hotel, Atlantic Beach. Bullock had just left her and affair of it, but the rain it the fore- Van Camp's polk and beans. :
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i had gone to the fire at a neighbor's noon, and the uncertainty of the Miss Hazel Hiller, Lion Shirts. :Miss: : !I
Mr. Mallory Liddon came up from
i house nearby weather caused her to change her Annie Atkinson, Cream of Wheat. .
and with his ,
Parrish spent Sunday
wife.I :Mrs.: Bullock was the eldest daughter mind, and the large and handsome Bob tMathews, Sunny Jim. John I 'I 1\ \ .,

of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Adin Watermanboth parlors of the Armour Hotel were Sullivan, Ingersol watches. Miss I II d

will paper your rooms antI fur- ( deceased) and was born in made gay with the national colors, Sallie Camp, Queen Louise playing I. ; TAKE YOUR Mill.! j JO THE LUG'j.

ni-h wall paper for$2.50 up. J. Starr Jacksonville nearly sixty-nine years and with quantities of sweet peas, cards.Iiss:: Eleanor Cassidey, 1 i Can beset and ready to saw in two hf.t'r*. \ ril'i! Ti .

Sternberger. 7-1 which had been selected in the three hon Cabb Feel Stationary rniMs.! : !* '
ago. Soon after: her birth her parents : Turkish cigarette girl. John Juhan I .iny cep. y / < w

It. Miss Vera Parsons visiting Mrs. moved to this city and she has resided 'I colors, red white and blue, which :Malted: :\ ilk.Iiss Louise Scott, i I \ ariJSt tU :.::ryEnsiiej.SaJ\\ay, JliH\ ;1 ad j"..:t r.; gpMVftJTE :: .

j W. B. Fudger at Ocala.-Jacksonville here ever since. were arranged with much taste. Martha Washington playing cards. i I US ?O-D.'i. .

Metropolis. Fifty-two years ago she was mar Misses Pattie Crook, Lilla Beatrice Harry Palmer, Cream of Wheat. a BACON & COLLINS SUPPLY G.J..

ried in this city to Robert Bullock, Bell, Elizabeth Emory Nelson Misses Alice Bullock, Annie Mathewsand
Mr. Ben Borden, of the postoflice, I
our distinguished fellow townsman, and Willie Biggs received with Miss Edna Jeffords, Baker's chocolate.
returned home Sunday from a fewday's 'IiIi 1 ....:
and their golden wedding anniversarywas Harris and :Miss: Ross and Miss Dru Thayer Newman, Milo Deyo cigar. I
outing at Lake Weir. GEORGIA.S
celebrated at the Ocala House ina Helen Crook and :Miss: Carrie Tomilin :Miss: Sue Anderson, pink carnation I -

When bilious take Chamberlain's public manner two years ago last served the refreshing frappe from the perfume. LEE MILLER

Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale and all remember how depths of a large cut glass bowl which The
May we affectionately guests were requested to guess j
a by all druggists. m S. A. STANDLEY & CO
she was referred to by had been artistically placed in the what each costume represented. For <

Mr. Maurice Strauss, of this cityis her distinguishsd husband. back parlor. guessing the greatest number correctly -

at present enjoying a delightfulvisit Mrs. Bullock is survived by a The naitonal design was carried out :Miss: Annie Mathews and Mr. Livery Feed and Sale Stables

in Sew York City. devoted husband and seven children, in the dainty refreshments, the snow Harry Palmer won the prizas. j!, 7

viz: Judge W. S. Bullock, lIon. R. white individual cakes each being Then all were given booklets in We carry the most complete \
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Mrs. Paul Bullock, of Largo, came
B. Bullock and Mr. Sumter Bullock, decorated with a tiny flag and the which were a number of advertisements )..
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to be present at the funeral of her line of Harness, Saddles. etc. 4; ...
up ''of this city. Mrs. Tom Wright, of block cream being red and white, to be deciphered. For guessing i] &

aunt, Mrs. Robert Bullock. New York; :Mrs.: Harry Wright and while bright red plums added to the these Thayer Newman and Miss Alice in central Florida, and will give It\ f .

Miss lola Liddon has returned Mrs. S. R. Birdsey, jr., of Macon, beauty of the plate. Van Juhan were awarded the prizes. 1 our patrons the very lowest 1.g W .. '

home from a two week's visit to and :Mr.: Burton Bullock, of White The honoree of the occasion, who is illss Anderson was assisted in giving We r ;
prices are thoroughly 4' T ;
friends and relatives at Quitman, Ga. Springs. Besides these she leaves the daughter of Col. Frank Harris of :er guests a good time by :Mrs.: : .

many grandchildren and other relatives the Ocala Banner, the oldest newspaper Anderson, Miss Louise Gamsby and equipped for fitting out turpentine ",

Mr. and Mrs J. Andre Bouvier and and numberless friends to mourn in his state, is quite delighted with Miss :Mona: Hiller.Refreshments and lumber teams, gear, .1r :f

children spent several days recentlywith her sudden death"The our solid little city and will be here were served and the '} Jt..tft... ,
etc. .lt '
wagons,
relatives at Boardman. funeral took place at four for several weeks. time afterwards until midnight was .i h"" :;oi..1:: :......,.t 4f:..;.M''f'rlI 19-'Cj..

Hampton Chambers, jr., is now o'clockIonday afternoon from the The entertainment\ which began at very pleasantly spent playing various We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

the most pleasant hour of the afternoon I Buggies and "White and Farm Wnsronn.Xorth .
night clerk at the Montezuma hotel, late residence and was conducted by entertaining games. Hickory" Turpentine
I Side Court Hoiiho. Ocstlu.11.s
r i having assumed said duties Sunday Rector Henry W. Little, of the Epis- for such a function, was an entire ----
Miss Richards Entertains in Honor
night. copal church, of which Mrs. Bullockwas success, the only regret being ( .
of Misses Wilcax and HarrisOn j
a devoted member. that the pretty idea of making it a
.j, :fir. and Mrs. W. B. Blount and Thursday evening at the !I
lovely
lawn fete had to be abandoned.-
The funeral attended i iAciui
was largely
very
children have returned home from a home of her parents on Park avenue : HUBBAR
and the remains now rest in the Jackson (Tenn. ) Daily Sun. &
couple of week'sisit to relatives at -- -- Miss Christine Richards entertainedfor ,
family burial lot in the old cemetery.
Sarasota. A Bold Murder. her two charming guests, Miss
J I Messrs. S. T. Sistrunk, C. L. Sis- '
Mr. George Heintz, of the Ocala Isaiah Pitts, a young colored man, Mamie Wilcox, of Early Bird and
I trunk H.A.Warterman, C.R.Tydings, i' HEADQUARTERS FOR
House barber shop, has gone to was shot Thursday last on a public Miss Louise Harris, of Ocala.
E. T. Helvenston and Dr. W. V. I i
Blackville, S. C., to spend a month or road in broad daylight almost within One of the pleasant features of the I
Newsom acted as pall bearers and
bo with his family. the incorporation of the city, while evening was a progressive proposing, AMERICAN, FIELD AND HOG FENCE
were all relatives of the deceased.The .
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driving his wagon. He was killed and this being leap year, the young _
Mrs. Harry Wright and Mrs, S. R. floral offerings were numerous
about the hour of high noon, his dead ladies took advantage of it and pro- sa 1Nt S5IXCH.IT .
Birdsey Jr., of Macon, Ga. and Mr. and beautiful. Among the number "", 1
body being discovered a few minutes posed to the young men. If the I I j i i. I UUTi 4' nt
Burton Bullock, of White Springs, are being an especially lovely wreath of :. : .
after the killing. young men were ready to accept during : J!' : ( I itT
the guest of their father, Gen. Bullock white flowers tied with red and white I -' -. --- -r-l'--'
Fred Cook, another young coloredman the five minutes proposal they pre -0: _. _.i,__ --r.. s;.I r"t t..I t_I 7 _(___t tI ___ =L' 3 r
having come to attend the funeralof ribbons, sent by the Daughters of the .,. I I t I
has been arrested as his sup- sented the young lady with a heart, 0 I_' ._-.... t. I I' .......
their mother, Mrs. Robert Bullock. Confederacy of which organizationMrs. I ;, 1--'tH' "" t r imz: I.. ? ".
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-.- posed murderer. Just few moments of if they ,saw fit to refuse they gave .- : I I ,1

Mr. Isadore Schwerin, who has :: Bullock was a member.In before the shooting he was seen near them the "mitten." <:. ,: _.=_:. =. t MiSte -p c r = =:EFR *
the death of Mrs. I.ts
Robert Bullock .... .... ...... r g "
been spending his month's vacation the spot by a colored girl and a short After each young lady had proposed - _. ._ ",'-r: = ::: : =
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Ocala loses of her oldest ... .._. -, .
one ..
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with Mr. and Mrs. Wronker, in : while before, it is said, that with to all the gentlemen, the young I r:._.... .-' """!' _.""" 1-- "'-
landmarks and most revered and respected I .L-, -:rt: 1: Sffdal Ho?.Hone.nj CtttU 51,..
Rochester, N. Y., returned home pisiol in hand, he approached a lady who had the most hearts was )* 12 ii.T o In.a,."' Stays u ic. cr 6 In.apart
citizens. She was a faithful ; I
colored boy, who was driving a given lovely prize, and it discovered
Sunday and has resumed his place at was -
wife :.i.if de I hij'h-grade steel wires heavily galvanized.
loving mother, a loyal friend, 1 I : ; strcnc ,
Rheinauer's. Mr. Schwerin's vacation I I wagon for Mr. Sam Pyles, observing at the end of the contest i'T exp-msion and convraction. Is practically ever.t .
a generous neighbor, a pious Chris ; ::r''y ?; 1'5
was a most pleasant, one. ]' it is thought, that he was not the that Miss DaCosta, Miss Colson, Miss ::It: ;np !\f;. r ?;:ss won no matter how great a strain is put on it.
tian and I
a good woman and one man he was looking for Cook Hodges and Miss Harris had not received :J .< !i n ';t t!:t.laue, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, bogs
Ruth Nelson, the S year old daughter whose whole life was consecrated to
went back to his place of ambush a mitten and on the cut Miss :,n i j-'Iir'
of Mr. and Mrs E. K. Nelson the home and in deedsof generous I
and waited for Pitts. In a short Harris won, and she in a most charm
FENCE: GUARANTEEDI : :
AMERICAN: :
had the misfortune to fall from a tree and useful charity. In shade and in EJERY ROD OF
while afterwards three pistol shots ing way presented the prize to Miss
some days ago and break her arm sunshine, in adversity and in prosper I :: the! : manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you how _
were heard by those living in the Hodges. A beautiful cat was givento -
just above the elbow. The break was a ity, in peace and in war, she was a I I! ;: -.:ill save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
vicinity and in a short while the dead Miss Dempsey to console her for
very severe one and is giving the conspicuous figure, and in all the
I body of Pitts was found in the road. receiving the most mittens. I
the little girl a great deal of pain. walks of life proved herself to have !
The circumstantial evidence sur- After the proposal contest was Syracuse Chilled Plows Black Hawk and Econoy Cow Sludiet
Her friends hope for her a speedy re been indeed "Mother in Israel." ,
I rounding Cook is very strong and he over, a lovely course of refreshments \
: Oils Glass Doors Sash Blinds Etc.
covery. Paints
Arrested for Murder. will, in all probability, be held to was served and various games played ,

Saturday morning at a "linen Allen Love, who was before the await the action of the grand jury. until a late hour.Gaiensille Sun.

shower" given for Miss Belle Stout, coroner's jury, supposed to have Cook was formerly driver for Mr. IH'lbbard & Macduff Ocala, naI .

of Jacksonville, by Mrs. John G. been implicated in the murder of C. R. Tydings, and it is believed he Fire Sunday Morning I
At five o'clock Sunday morning ,
and Mrs. Hallam Paul
Christopher at William Ruth, was re.arrestedlon. committed the murder for the
purposeof .
Fire Chief Bull discovered a fire in.
Mrs. Christopher's cottage, Naxos- day and placed in jail. It is said robbery as he saw Pitts change a

by-the-sea, Atlantic Beach, Mrs. Edward that Fred Cook, who is in jail charged f 10 bill. the old Gamble cottage, west of..

Holder was one of the hand- with the murder of Isiah Pitts, has General Bullock's residence. McMillan Bros
Said He Would
Doctors Not Live.
the fire limits it
Being beyond was
the I
some matrons assisting two made a confession implicating Loveas
Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes; impossible to extinguish the flames i
;" e, % hostesses at this beautiful affair. an accomplice in both murders. "After doctoring for two years with
although the alarm was given and a
The matter will be. fully investigated the best physicians in Waynesburg,
Mr. J. E. T. Bowden, jr., of Jack- number to the call. Works
large responded
and still the doctors Southern Copper
and several witnesses will testify I I getting worse,
sonville, and Miss Cora King, of hdvised me that if had any businessto The entire contents of the house were I
before the committee of _
magistrate.It
Stills
Arcadia, were quietly married in the begins to look like the mysteries attend to I had better attend to it destroyed also. As no one was in Manutacturers of Turpentine

former city Saturday night at eight at once, as I could not possibly live
surrounding these murders will be the house it is supposed that it
o'clock. The bride is the youngest unravelled. another month as there was no cure was set on fire. and General Metal Workers.
for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was
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daughter of the late Hon. Ziba King, Worked Night and Day. recommended to me by a friend, !and It was occupied by a:\McQueller, *

the cattle king of Florida, and is one The busiest and mightiest little I.I I immediately sent my son to the whose family is in Tennessee for Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching r

of the best known and most popular thing that ever was made is Dr. store for it rnd after taking three the summer and )McQueller: was through the country a specialty. Orders by mail er
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young ladies in Florida. Mr. Bowden King's New Life Pills., These pills II bottles I began to get better and con- at Lake Weir, having gone there wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

is a traveling man and is a nephew of change weakness into strength, list- tinued to improve until I was entirely Saturday night. follcwing works -
lessness into well." Postoffice Store.
k energy, brain-fag into Drug m
Hon. J. E. T. Bowden, .formerly mental power. They're wonderful !!(I The cottage was owned by Mr. FAYETTttflLLE N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.
Misses Alice and Ethel
Butler
}: of ,
mayor of Jacksonville. :Mr. and Mrs. in building the health. Woodrow and was insured. Mr. Mc
up 25c.
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Only I J I Waldo, are the guest of Miss ClaraMare.
Bowden are spending their honeymoon !. per box. Sold by Tydings & Co. m .. Queller had no insurance. JACKSONVILLE, FLA 'MOBILE, ALAI

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r'ugh dories, he sroes over his 5, X. Y-. Jm3y 11. Tie rsvstie ire filled with mtysse: r s.L 5. u a. g.4 at...t! .. : a... _
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1 \"UL. ANX VII, NO 52 OOALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1904 DOLLAR AYKAIlSilA

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! ELIZABETH: BAEB1S, toed Editor Miss Mixon's Party. I I' Miss Harris Entertains the Good The M and L. Club Entertained. Pleasant Picnic Party at the Sprints. Basobiii it lMi..rf,

LH 1 Miss Anna Mixon's card party on Time Club. The Music and Literary club met Miss Hazal Hiller entertained a few The Ocala! Junior went dews to

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Wednesday night was one of the Miss Sara E. Harris very pleasantly with Hope Robinson Thursday, and of her young girl friends Tuesday Leebburjj Wedne day aftenHxm to
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) most pleasant of summer affairs that entertained the "Good Time Summer although the attendance was small, afternoon by taking them out to Sil play, as they supposed the Junk

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,f visiting in the Brick City. Miss Mixon was assisted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. Quite a number of the club have I eral hours in an extremely pleasantway. that the Leesburg tara was NfR.
almost
; posed entirely of players from
I:f Mr. William M. Brooks, of Tampa, mother, Mrs. C. J. Phillips, Mrs. F. This club has just been organizedby left the city for the summer but will Mrs. Hiller and Miss Hiller the first nine. The battery for Ocala

ia visiting in Ocala today. L. Watson and Miss Gertrude Peyserin the young ladies and is proving continue their studies while absent. accompanied the young people on was Harris and Bailey Score 13 to tin
I their
Moulterie receiving and entertaining her quite popular. Miss Harris' guests For the benefit of the new membersand picnic. favor of Leesburg.
Mr. Marvin Butler, of ,

Ga., is in the city on visit to friends.Mr. guests. last night were the twelve )'oungI I in order to properly arrange the -- -- ......i i
There were eight tables of progres- lady members of the club and the ; literary scrap books withillustrations
C. A. Shaw of Dunnellon, was
sive whist and the games were playedin following young men: Dr. W. II. etc., the following general review 8BEBEEJaaaaSI1B1G!: (
t- the visitors in Ocala yester
. among the yard, which was brilliantly illuminated Powers, Messrs.. J. Roess, of Cor- will be given:

f with electric lights. nell, W. T. Wheeler, Neil Weathers, I
day.Mrs. many FirstLongfellow;second,Tenn'son,
. M. R. Liddon is visiting her o
Punch was served by Misses Mary Howard Clarke, Ernest Crook, J. H. with questions on each author: m o 0
Mr. Abe Liddon, at Birmingham,
hon, Phillips and Clara Johnson, and after Mathews, II. A. Daniel, J. H. Tay- What nationality? Date of birth.

Alabama. the games refreshments were served. lor, Ralph Birdsey, of Macon, Ga., What do you know of his life? Dateof

Mr. George Hough, who has beenon The prizes were won by Miss Janet 0. B. Howse, G. II. Ford, C. H. death. What did he -rite-most m

the sick list for several days is Weathers and Jimmie Taylor. Lloyd, of Holder, Dr. H. M. Taylor, celebrated poems? Characterizationand 1

able to be on the street again. The following were Miss Mixon's of Crystal River, and T. H. Harris. influence upon the world.

: Miss Annie Atkinson returned to guests: Misses Eloise Miller, Louise Progressive whist was played until Which are your favorita poems and
H IID-SUHEB
i a Scott Annie Mathews Janet Weathers eleven o'clock when refreshmentswere m
!F Ocala Wednesday after spending why? The music scrap books will

!r week with her parents at Fellowship. Fannie Robinson, Sallie Camp, served, after which the remainder also be arranged. When the club

i_- Miss! Mamie White, of Plant City, Eleanor Cassidey, Caro Liddon, Allie of the evening was delight- shall have made a bowing, acquaintance Q' m

Van Juhan, Annie Atkinson, Jessie fully spent in dancing. '
is the guest of her brother, Joe R. with all the noted authors and

,- White and family in the third ward. Palmer, Loulu Moody, Louise Fret- ------ great masters of music, they will

------- well, Mary Juhan, Pauline Mixon, Stage Wit. delve deeper and study the genealogy CLEARANCE SALE
Mrs. Harry Lapham who has been The following are some of the latest -
Messrs. Ben Condon, Jimmie Taylor, of music-and literature.
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. "gags" at the:New York theaters:
Brantley Weathers, Bob Mathews, Sara Davis will entertain next.
f E. Mark in Jacksonville, returned What's an impression? m
Osco and Guy Zewadski, George and
I'' home yesterday afternoon.Mr. A dent in a soft spot.I Returned From St Louis.
Hampton Chambers, John Sullivan, ro
and Mrs.D, A.Clark and baby, Harry Walters, Alfred Beck, Harry lost my mother-in-law once. Maj. T. C. Hall and )Ir. R. S. Hall, : m

;:i t who have been spending a few Palmer, Dempsey Mayo, Sam Teague, How was that? Did she die? returned from St.LouisTuesday after-

weeks at Seabreeze, returned to their John Juhan, W. T. Wheeler. Arthur No. Her daughter would'nt haveme. noon. It will be remembered that

home at Martel yesterday. Masters and J. C. Williams. these gentlemen were members of the Q BEGINS

You said you cared nothing for Turpentine Operators party and went biD
Miss Mary Reardon returned home m
Baseball .
Today money when you married me. to St. Louis over the Southern on a
from Savannah, Ga.,
yesterday Ocala's two crack ball teams will Yes, but you're much dearer to me special, perhaps fixed up more elabo-
where she spent a week with her t1J fDffi'
cross bats on the South Third street rately than any car ever before leav-
brother, Mr. Irwin Reardon. now.Who MONDAY JULY 25
diamond this afternoon at 3:30. smoked the smell in father's ing Florida. These gentlemen as ,

Rev. J. P. Hilburn returned home Those who know say that the two pipe?" delegates from Ocala attended the m '

yesterday after a two weeks' trip teams are more evenly matched than How do you know anybody ever exercises on Florida Day and the

over the state in the interest of the they were on Tuesday and a close smoked a smell? banquet at the Southern Hotel that 1904.

Conference College at Sutherland.Mrs. game is looked for. I smelled the smoke. nij ..t and participated in the flow of OJ Q3 ;

The following is the line-up; oratory:: which was so prevalent on
W. J. Chambers gave a pic- Hello; Rockwell. ria- OJ
BAXXER. STARS. that occasion.
Silver Springs yesterday after-
nic at Ford catcher Liddell Mr. F. W. Ellison was in the city The Messrs. Hall also attendedthe

noon for her Sunday school class. Moore pitcher Clark yesterday and informed a representative great Democratic National Con- n .
The little ones had a big time. Anderson 1st base Wheeler Q3
of the Ocala Banner that the vention and were given seats with
Harper 2nd base Vogt mWATCHFOR
Willie Willoughby, colored, was I Harris 3rd base Scott telephone line from Rockwell to the Florida delegation and were eyewitnesses

'U fined $10 and costs by Justice Waid \:I Bullock short stop Jewett 1 Ocala is now completed to within I to its magnificent and picturesque -

Wednesday afternoon for cruelty to Pe3'ser left fieldIorris: four miles of this city. The line is scenes and feel proud in

animals. He gave bond for the payment Cole center field Bailey being built by the Dunnellon Phos- having participated in the election of PRICES B 3
Bell right field Little
of the fine. phate company and may be connec- the next President and Vice-Presi- .

Captains Jewett and Peyser prom- edith the Ocala exchange.This dent of the United States. They say ':
Colonel L.-P. Miller will leave in a ise all who attend the this NEXT WEEK
game will prove a great convenienceif that Parker and Davis are sure win- RJ RJ
few days for South Carolina on a afternoon their money's worth. Ad-
it is to be opened for public use, ners and predict a landslide for Democracy -
visit to his family. He will probably mission 25 cents children 10 cents.
; but at present it will be used only for in November.
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home. Mr. and Mrs. Camp to Entertain. ft
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Master Willie Knight, of Valdosta, [ Colic, Cholera and Dia Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp have
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
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Ga. arrived in Ocala )'esterdayaUer- rrhoea Remedy. issued imitations to a dancing party THE
and account of the
remedy, on great
noon to join his sister, Miss Mable This remedy is certain to be neededin which will be given this even-
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey almost home before the
Knight, who is visiting at home of every sum- ing at their beautiful home on Camp 8
and Tar many imitations are of- mer is over. It can always be depended B
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Standley., Heights. The guests of honor will BOSTON
fered for the genuine. Ask for upon even in the most severe 4 a
and dangerous of cases. It is especially be Miss Claire Wooldridge,of Tampa,
The Teapot Grocery yesterday received Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse 3
valuable for summer disordersin and Miss Lucille Colclough, of Gainesville -
an order for a special brand of substitutes offered as no other 8
any children. It is pleasant to take who are expected in Ocala today } STOREmBBBEEDt
chewing tobacco from Caliafornia.Even preparations will give the same sat- and never fails to give prompt relief.
for a short visit to Mrs.
the people in California know isfaction. It is mildly laxative. It Why not buy it now? It may save pz v
Camp. The young people are looking
life. For sale all
where to get a good thing.As contains no opiates and is safest for by druggists. m \
forward to this party with a great
< children and delicate persons. Post-
d the date for the bond election office Drug Store. m In Mr. C. H. Campbell, the superintendent deal of pleasure.A
p draws nearer the smiles of our city of the water works, the Strange Story About Beecher. ,.. .. -
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Another New Enterprise.L. of Charlotte has a110f-
officials more pronounced. city certainly
grow The Light of Truth states that the
Visions of salaries in "coin of the S. Berlack and W. P. Crooms, ficial who earns his salary. His report Rev. Dr. Minot J. Savage of the : $2.50 Value S2 50 Value

is the two thrifty colored men from Orlando the board of commis- 1 :
cause. to water
realm" instead of scrip
church of MessiahNew York, in a recent $1.50. $1.50.
I
---- have opened up an establishment for sioners in !
published yesterday's pa-
sermon on "The Divine Inspira-
Miss Addie Cappleman left yesterday the curing of palmetto leaves in theLlo'd I
afternoon for Brooksville, where per, was an exceedingly interestingand tion" related the following incident: Ii i Until They're
block on Exposition street. A.jJnr
several valuable paper, especially as "An intimate friend of Mr. Beecher We Will tell: ofLADIES'
she will visit friends for The palmetto is put through a of to A.
showing the-expediency going
told me that the eatdi\inetold himit
weeks. She will then continue her which leaves it the
same
process the Catawba river for the city's $2.50
was no uncommon thing for him to
trip to Tampa for a few weeks' visit. color as when growing and when water supply. The wisdom of the
preach in a trance. He did not say he
several placed in a neat pot makes a beautiful abandoment of the former water
S. E. Rowe, after
Mr. always did it, but that it was an experience -
months' absence from the city, will ornament for the house. works site is demonstrated, since it that was not unknown to OXFORDS AT $1.50

his fruit and con- Although these young men have has given opportunity for a new investment -
in a few days open him. He would rise to begin to speak
only been in the business in Ocala Irwin's creek isaperma-
fectionery store on North Magnolia on. and there would be a sudden rush of I An Elegant Line to Select
for about two weeks they are receiv- L L L.
street near the S. A. L. passenger nent one, since mat pumping siauonwill blood to his head and he would loose I .Vrnm. A v.... Tf L V/vi V... Pall"" ..... ......!.1rtv...".
ing many orders.for their product not still be needed when the city I
depot. ; consciousness,and those were the days
only locally, but from other states. to the river for its water. This I
goes W. J. SHOE COMPANYJIseAwfu1lleaths
for
t Mr. Jack Camp left yesterday -- when he preached his most wonderful CHAMBERS

Suffolk, Va., to join his wife and The brick work on Mclver and report of Mr. Campbell's should be sermons. He would come to him-

will then to Blue carefully read and considered; by self to find the the
baby. They go MacKay's new brick addition to their people leaning on -

Ridge Spring, Va., to spend two Magnolia street store is now com- every citizen taxpayer.-Charlotte:(:. nil in front of him, absorbed with

months after which they will go to pleted to the top of the second story. C.) Obsever. listening, and when some one asked

Louis exposition.Mrs. hinnvhathe: meant by saying a special
the St. Considering the inclement weather Mrs. L. P. Miller and son, Lovick 11

they have encountered since the thing he.would have to wait for a report -
left for South Carolina
Gus Liddon and children returned Tuesday ,
starting of this work they are mak- I of his sermon to see what it was. Are sure indications of some form of stomach
home yesterday after an absence Ii i where they will spend the summer trouble, biliousness or a bad liver. Malaria will

of several weeks, which they ing splendid headway. with relatives. They will be joined at ; next overtake you. Don't risk it, and above ail,
Baseball Players and Foot Racers! don'ttakcalomelorqulnIBO6uthacvtagcrotraHERBINE
relatives at Starke, Columbia by'Mrs. Miller's daughter, I \
peltith
I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark returned Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long
Worthington Springs, lachua and Miss Carrie, who has been attending distance foot racer of Germany and \
home yesterday afternoon from
Gainesville. I school their. Holland, writes, Oct. 27th, 1901:
their bridal trip, which they spent "During my training of eight weeks' has all their virtue*-nono of their

Mr. Louis Duval a prominent young most delightfully Montgomery Mr. Albert Gerig returned home foot races at Salt Lake City, in April deadly effects. HEROINE takenregularly

lawyer of Leesburg is spending a few Ala., and St. Louis. They will be Tuesday from a ten day's visit to his last, I used Ballard's Snow Linimentto '' the digestive will organ forestall!la headache perfect: eozdi*pes*

days in Ocala and is the guest of Mr. with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and mother in Winsboro, S. C. Duringhis my greatest satisfaction. There- tion, head o2 biliousness, hea4acb&f
fore, I highly recomend Snow Lini- liver ills, keep you la good; bealtiu
and Mrs. William Rocker Mr.Duval Mrs. Standley for several days, after absence Mrs. Gerig has been vis-
ment to all who are troubled with 'I TRY IT TODAY.50o .
has Just returned home from a very which they will go to housekeeping iting her brother, Mr. Herbert Crookin sprains, bruises or rheumatism." j a Bottle. AS Drc lstt.

pleasant visit to the St. Louis exposi- I in rooms at Mrs. Juhan's on Fort Palatka. She returned home 250, 50c, $1.00 bottle. Sold by Anti-

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corresponding. dollar in the treasury The seller, first of all, naturally aside for a sinking fund to payoff ARMIES ARE READY -

i CONTINUE to it. !I puts on a pretty' stiff credit price, the bonds when matured.

,pay, 1 then the scrip which pays this % In the past we have had sinking

' Those who are gaining flesh This report was adopted unani- credit price is discounted ten percent funds lost in broken banks, loanedto FOR DEATH GRAPPLE
and strength by regular treatment I and the seller it
with ously, so that this council, or the directly gets expositions and lost, and in the .
he hands it to the Treasurer who case of the fire bonds road bonds I
} Scott's Emulsion portion of it that holds over till marks it not paid for want of funds I
j and electric light bonds no sinking Each Other
j should continue Facing on Heights
the
treatment stands in favorof and from that date the city pays : fund all
In hot weather: smaller dose next year pledged at has been provided.My .

and do a away little with cool milk any with objection It will suqh< legislation as will preventthe eight per interest on that particular own general idea for the I Bordering Liank River.

which Is attached to fatty products future piece of scrip.Vas a more proper conservation and investment v
being in the plunged .
during the heated city <
season. ruinous system of financing ever of the sinking fund is that TRANSPORT TRAINS ON MOVE. t
Send for free into such a financial bog as it is in
sample. I
SCOTT &: BOWNE Chemists, conceived in the mind of man. the bond trustees should not only
409-41 Pearl Street New York. at present, through, to use a mild Again some very well intentioned have: the the selling of the bonds, Long Lines of Infantry Wind Through OrangesThe
and all "1.
.......--"> ..A pc. ....}ux__; druggsts..... _...._ term the wild issuance of depre- people say "\ 'e do not wish by but that they should! be made responsible Mountains-Forces of the Czar and quality ..
ciated scrip. voting for the bond ordinance to for the collection and and Favor of the fruit depends pm
the Mikado
Are Preparing for a Decisive -
vote the city into debt. Gentlemen proper investment of the sinking
This Board of Trade also appointed -
UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENTPaper look voting for bonds you are fund, and be placed under bond for Struggle. Potashfringe
committee
a special to not voting the city into debt. You the proper performance of their
Headquarters of General Count Keller -
into the matter of this bond issue, are to enable it to save duties. A ordinance should
voting city ,. Niut KIay, near Lian Dian Sian absorb Urge qll bties .f
Read Before the Ocala Board of and after careful and painstaking money and in time clear itself of also be passed providing for the July 13.: -The opposing armies are Potash anJ the orchard tliudd M pt-

Trade, by Mr. H. A. Ford, Showingthe investigation they recommended a debt.The laying aside by the council and griml yfacing eacu other on the heIghts plenisheJ by a complete ferttbwf neb

City's Financial Condition and bond issue of forty-five thousand city is now in debt. A bond paying over to the bond trustees across the Llank river, ready to engage in Potash.G dcnitareisaecieeuftpnsbl.ok. lrrl..ibgiemg .

the Necessity of Bonding. issue will enable it to handle that the amount of the sinking fund out in a: death, grasp. The Liank loll., details will tw .uiW4 the I. wf
dollars four thousand dollars tanner tu wrn* lor tkca.ItUvt
or
debt better and cheaper than in of the first collection for taxes each crosses the main .
Llao N.al1
tang. Fen nans tnnn% IoUI
This meeting of the Board of than askedfor by the finance \ew Y.rL,.>ri ,.... ....... ..
more any other way. year. A better scheme than this Wang, Cheng road. :8 miles east 01 *.....-n"4 ftr* 4 .

Trade has been called because on committee. That they were per- The city owed on January ist may quite possibly be evolved. If Lao Yang. It flows north into the _-

the 19th of this month will be sub- haps wise in recommending this increase 1904, According to the city books: so, it will receive my hearty sup- Tai Tse river which passes east ot ---- -- --- -

port. Uao Yang and empties! into the Liao
the of the last six
occurences Cue11s. IT'S
mitted to the tax ot this river.
}payers In conclusion, I will again
....... urgeon
vf n per ct>nt Fire Roads.i9U. 21U.p1seyen
will allude
which I
city a most important question for few days, to percent Miwt Bonds,m! )..... l>> J.a1Barnet everyone here tonight the importance The correspondent of the Associated
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further on, would seem to show. Judgment.Scrip ..... SjIMKUONote of active work this Press who arrived here after a 35
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their decision. I refer to the ordinance for Electric Plant Boilers. 4>:::!5
The council acquiescing in the Outstanding Scrip. ....... ... ....... :21, WJOEstimated week in order to insure the passageof mile ride from Siao Ling Ji saw long
which, if passed, will Interest on Outstanding
I lines of and
Infantry trains
the ordinance.In transport
recommendation of the Board of :scrip 3.600UO FOR
authorize the issuance of bonds of winding through the mountains. At ,

the city to the amount of forty-five Trade committee decided to ask W'tioJU Liang Dian Sian a lookout stationed

thousand dollars; and it is the voters to authorize a Bond Issue I will digress here one momentto my address to the Board of in a tree top, pointed out the way to
very that while the books
of forty-five thousand dollars. state city's Trade I omitted the figures connected General Kelly's headquarters near
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necessary that we who believe m state that the fire and street bonds, Nut Hiay. There the Russian east. YOU !
The foreging is a brief resumeof with the electrict light plant as they
the absolute necessity of the passage $4,400.00, are due 1907 and 1905, had all been ern army was found, hidden in the
to
thoroughly presented
of this ordinance, should put the events that led up to the sub- respectively, that this is a mistake the members at a previous meeting.For plains. He saw General Keller, living
mission of the bond ordinance of these bonds like his staff beIng
' on $4,100.00 now past a simple soldier
put our shoulders to the wheel during the information of all citizens
which vote will be taken tomor- due are in this city for collection, quartered in a native hut nearby. DRIN(
a who are not members of the Board of
the coming week in order that
with interest; three thousand dol- The general looked cheerful and was

all the voters of the city may be row week. lars in the Central National Bank Trade I desire now to supplementthat bronzed by exposure. He talked en-

tully informed as to all matters I now desire to state briefly some and eleven hundred dollars m the address and give the facts and thusiastically of the engagement at

of the which in bank of Munroe & Chambliss. figures pertaining to the electric light Hoi Yan.
pertaining to the proposed bond reasons my opinion,
plant. Around the general's tent were many
These bonds and interest
togetherwith
issue and the necessity therefor.It should cause e'ery'oter who has the Barnett judgement, On January 1, 1904, the city's books officers of the guards the pride of

is-well at this time to brieflyo the interests of the city at heartto amount to over seventy-five hun- showed a debit balance against the St. Petersburg. To see them as

over the reasons that induced cast his vote for the ordinance: dred dollars indebtednes of this plant of 1905.13, to this should be weatherbeaten as the Cossack officers,
added the interest on the 14,500 of could believe them to Be
the City Council to submit this Under the scrip system we are city, past due, the owners of whichcan one scarcely
electric light bonds for the 5 1-2 the dashing guardsmen of the Russian
bond ordinance to the voters of borrowing the money necessary to compel by mandamus a special THE GREATHEALTH
100" .._ years that the city has owned the capital. They have become hardened
tax ID liquidate the; indebtedness. ; ,
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the city. carry on the city's business at the icvy plant, the sinking fund that should fighters, for hardly a day passes
How will the tax relish -
At the first meeting of the new rate of eighteen per cent., at least a special tax of seventy-five payers have been laid aside for the retirementof without collisions between the advance DRINK
the bonds at posts of the eastern army and the Jap
maturity $725 a-ear
Council, the Finance Committeewas and probably more. During 1903 hundred dollars next year to pay
51..2 the bonds anese. The whole army is anxiousto
the issued to the amount these their ? It is sor years ( running 20
appointed a special committeeto city scrip people money years, and one twentieth of $14,500 fight General Kurokl, whose head-
for the 1522,319' 29, of which $4,123.86 on account of the unexpected pre- quarters are at Ylndiapudze and
prepare a budget current being $725)), and $500 collected in "IN THE GOOD OLDSUMMER
sentation of these bonds that I
whose entrenched the
year. After carefully consideringthe wis issued to the Ocala Water advance from the consumers. These men are on
think your committee was wise in other side of the river. The burn-
income and expenditure of the Company and accepted by them at items made a total amount of 11975.13
recommending forty-five thousand Ing question is who will fie the first to
city for the year 1903, the committee par; 818,195.43 was issued on other dollars bonds in place of the fortyone which should be charged against the cross the dread valley of the Liank ( TI ''L"
I plant, but in this is included an
made a careful estimate of the accounts. This scrip was, except thousand dollars reported by river.
amount for sinking fund sufficientto
probable income and expenditurefor that issued to the Water Company, the Finance Committee. The un-
retire
than
more of
one
expected has happened, and the quarter Attack: by Torpedo Boat.
1904, and prepared their budget all subject to a discount of ten percent extra four thousand dollars can be the bonds issued for the purchase of Tokio. July 12.-Noon.-Admiral Togo P

accordingly. Their report was and eight per cent: interest is applied to the payment of these the plant. reports that at midnight July 11,

submitted at the next meeting of paid upon it. Eighteen per cent bonds. I am in receipt today of a The plant should now be credited torpedo boats approached the boom MET T O is a delicious .

the City Council, and, amongst on $IS,19S.ooamountstoS3,275 70, letter from the holder of two thou- with the amount that the city would which, blocks the entrance to Port Arthur
have had to pay for its lightning had harbor and attacked the guard-
sand dollars worth of these bonds
other recommended that whereas bonds can be issued at beverage made
matters, offering to take that amount in the plant continued in the possessionof ship Diana with torpedoes. The result

U the business of the electric light five per cent. and five per cent on the new bonds provided the issueis a private corporation. has not been ascertained. The from ripe Saw Palmetto

plant should be kept seperate from $18195.00 is $909... i, or 2365.40 legal and the city's credit is Previousto the purchase of the Japanese boats returned undamaged.

the other city business, that its receipts less than the interest on the scrip, good. plant the city paid for lighting 223.15 I Berries. Absolutely free

-:3" : and expenditures should be and this amount, $2,365.40, is just But this is not all. There are per month, 5 12ears at this rate Shelled Enemy's Position.
amounts to 1505790. Interest on Cue Foo July 12.-1 p. .-It is reported "rom harmful drugs. Metto
credited and debited to its own individual the amount of the tax pa)ers mon- scrip holders to my certain knowl- money laid aside for sinking fund for that five Russian: cruisers andseveral
who will if the bond issue
account, and that the pro ey that was thrown away last year fails edge immediatesuit average time at 4 per cent. amountsto torpedo boats left Port Arthur stimulates the Liver,

fits derived from its operations for the privilege of financing the to pass,the commence obtain $433.62 and on January 1st,1904,the at 8 o'clock on Saturday morninglast
judge-
against city, and shelled the enemy's positionson flushes the Kidneys, acts
should be used in improving its city under the scrip system. ment and compel payment by supplies on hand amounted .to $400. the east coast returning undamaged -

condition and creating a sinking "But," say the opponents of the special! tax levy. A' city cannot The total of these items is 15896.52 at 6 o'clock in the evening. It directly on the. Bladder.
which should be credited to the plant.
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fund for the retirement of its bond issue, "this interest on scripis any more than a private individual, This calculation shows a balance in Is believed they encountered Admiral Makes the
go on borrowing money forever Togo's ships and were forced to rev organs per-
bonds. This report was referred a great deal imagination; we A favor of the plant of $3.921.39 in ad-
and never paying anyone. day turn. A junk which arrived here thl:* ,
back to the Finance Committeefor really only pay it on a very little of reckoning is sure to come, when. dition to which over one quarter of morning reports hearing two terrific form their functions in a

the purpose of devising means scrip." Let us see if we are deal- she will be brought up with a round I the bonds originally issued to pur- explosions at Port Arthur yesterday. I
chase it has been put asdie and noth- natural I way, thereby
of it into practical effect. ing with imaginary interest. Eight turn. I
carrying
After carefully considering the per cent. on the scrip issued during I Xo, gentlemen, in voting for the' ing at all has been said about the Colonel Levetsky Interviewed. keeping the system in a
large amount of line extension whic St.
bond ordinance, we are not voting Petersburg July 12.-1 p. m.-
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facts of the situation, the committee 1903 would amount to 81,455.60.Well ourselves into debt, but voting to.. has been added and which strictly Colonel Levetsky of the general stafl perfect and healthy con.

came to the conclusion that it we have paid out in scrip in handle an existing debt in a busi- speaking should have gone to the in an Interview today says:

was impossible to carry out the terest during the first six monthsof ness-like way. In the words of. credit of capital account. I "The result of the loss of the Kai dition. : : : : :

recommendations of the budget 1904 $1,231.61. This does not I. Grover Cleveland, "It is no longer ; I think no one who studies Chou will probably be the evacuationof
figures which can be verified at the New Chwang.
committee in of look much as if interest existed a theory but a condition that con Sold All
as consequence very "General Kuropatkln's by DrjugUN.
fronts us.It office of the city clerk can avoid the position is

the scrip system under which the only in our imaginations.The Now, as regards the electric the conclusion that the electrict light more difficult than that which con ,- -. -- --- .

L city was working the greater por scrip issued to the Water light plant.In plant is: a good property for the cityto fronted Lord Roberts in- South Africa.It .
is as if Lord Roberts received his
...l tion of the taxes and city dues Company bears interest fixed by ordinance consequence of the necessity, own. supplies by rail via Constantinople, Jerry Burnett

(except electric light collections) at seven per cent., two per which as before explained exists, The following is a condensed state- Cairo and Central AfricaIt will bea
ment of the account of the electric
are paid in scrip for which the city cent.more than money could be borrowed of using the receipts of the electric long time before General Kuropatkin Merchant
for the needsof light plant as it should have appearedon
light plant ordinary will have enough supplies and ,
has already received consideration, for on bonds. And right hereI the city'sbooksonJanuary1,1901:
the and the fact that '
city, men to assume the offensive. In
and that the cash receipts from the want to call the attention of those CREDIT.
the city has not paid one cent for the meanwhil ehe \ i have to fight Tailoring.Ocala

electric light plant must of neces- who are. making much of what theyare lighting since the plant was bought, 5 1-2 years city lightning at rear guard actions perhaps giving u; .

S15 month . _
sity be used for the cash needs of pleased to call the fact that the the plant, which was an old one $ per $15037.90 important positions, like New t"wang.j Florida.

also Water take when purchased has been allowedto Interest on $3957.50 laid aside which are of vastly more consequence I
brought
Companymust city
the city. They were
for sinking fund 2 3-4 Finest
get into such a condition that it years than Kai Chou. Imported and

face to face with the fact that the scrip, no matter how much depre- is imperatively necessary to spenda f'1- per cent.......... . 433.62: I Domestic Cloths. .

scrip system is wasteful and cumbersome ciated, at par, to the following par- considerable sum of money to Supplies on hand Jan. 1, 1901. 400.00 FIRE ON SHIPBOARD. Cutting SpHialty

in the extreme and shouldbe agraph in the ordinance establish- put it in a proper state of repair. $15,596.52 Fits Guarant fNATIONAL

done away with at the earliest ing the relation between the city ,, In addition to this the demands of I DEBIT. Steamer Practically Destroyed While

possible moment. and the Water Company: "Be it the city for electricity are very Balance due city according to l Lying at Dock. '
Philadelphia July 13.-'i e steam-
much increased and increased
Under these circumstances they further ordained that for the pur- is After careful city's books Jan 1, 19O-t...... 519Q.3.13 I ship San Jscinto. of the Mallory line, I Ii I
necessary.
power
recommended a bond issue of pose of fully maintaining the water investigation the council decided Sinking fund 5 1-2 years at !i was practically destroyed by fire today

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thousand dollars to be $725 a year. 0 3957.50 while lying at Roach's shipyards, at i
forty-one works provided for herein, there that it would be necessary spend i
Interest at "percent. on$14- Chester Pa., where she was laid up:
follows shall be annually levied and collected thirteen thousand dollars to put the V
applied as : 500 51-2 rears....__........... 5552.50 E for repairs.
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of outstanding scrip on all real estate and personal plant in efficient condition and insure
Retirement The vessel was built a
Collected in advance from i i year age
property within the corporate lim- a supply ot electricityto j!
and interest, $25,000. proper containers. .. ... ... .. ._ 500.00 ,[I at a cost of $500,000.
its of the cityof Ocala a tax of five meet all demands 1 Ir r
The fire originated in a room used
Payment of Barnett jugement, mills which shall be applied to the There may be two opinions as to $11.9'5.131 I I for storing oil and: varnish and had

$3.000. payment of the obligations incur the desirability the city owningits Balance to credit of electric light I i j gained much headway before the ar.rival SURGICAL INSTITUTE.

.. Installing efficient and 'economical red herein and for no other pur- electric light plant; but there plant ._........._. 0 -0_. ..0 0_ _$39'2139 !>! of the fire engines that the fire .AtUat Ca. KUblUh4 IfU.Treaa .

electric light plant, 613,0. pose." can be no two opinions about our H. A. FORD, i iI j i: men divided' their attention between I I Club>> Peet Diseaaes el tae BpU..HI 9>
k, Joinu, P&nlrtU. File. rutnl, r aulStal aa1Organs
It has been said that the salariesof having a safe and efficient plant 1 I .
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bond issue considered President Boardlof Trade. : the big vessel and the property of i dJMaeruta.. &
they i eai4CrrLUMBER
This
city officials are paid in the depreciated while it is in the city's possession, j t r the shipbuilding company, adjacent tc (or Ulutni*!dr

would put the city on a cash basis, scrip, and. therefore, the nor will the fact of it being in first- -J. Pierpont Morgan Is a bigger man I I the dock. '

and the income of the city would city loses nothing. Now ,-apart class condition make it any more than, Russell Sage and he insists that \i

fund and from the-fact that the salaries of difficult to of if the citizens I'
then provide for sinking dispose his employes shall have summer vacations Japs Order American Mounts.
the officials advanced should desire at time to sell it.Mr. 13.-A to The !
interest on all bonds, and the run- city were on any Henry Clews and John W. i I I Chicago July dispatch
account of the depreciation of scrip Rheinauer, whet has gone I i j i Tribune from New Orleans says: Creole -
ning expenses of the city. it must be enuentto ever'onethat into the figures in most careful Gates also believe in the vacation I!j I ponies from th e'prairies of southwest

They also recommended that at when you pay i fifty dollar salary and painstaking manner, has theory. This'shows how great and t Louisiana and bronchos from ROUGhI aDd

the next meeting of the legislatureand with forty doLars worth of paper already told you that the plant has !. good men differ in important matters. j the plains of Texas may be fighting i DIF sIt: )

I desire to lay special em- the recipient would be willing to been a paying institution, so I will t the battles of Japanese within twc

this portion of their re workJor forty dollars in cash, and ; not burden youth figures to A Louisville negro stole Ja package ]; months. It is learned that a Texas
phasis on j firm has been Siding, Flooring and Oe.
approached Dry
Minister
therefore | by Ung.
that that fact.
you are, out ten prove of dynamite, thinking it wasjjewelry, i I .
port-the charter of the city be so dollars when you have to redeem I come now to one ofthe most and was greatly surprised, when !i I Tak&hira of Japan with view to securing

altered as to make it impossible for the at in the end. When of the whole busi- } 13,000 head of horses of tie
paper par important parts I sprinting away with it, to hear his j i B. H. Seymour
any future council to issue a dollars the city comes to purchase any- ness, and that is the proper care pursuers: imploring him to hang to it type airy. now used by the Japanese car ,

b worth of scrip unless there is a thing the condition is e'en'worse.. I and investment of the money laid nd not to drop] it. ;: Ocala, FU.THE .

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Ig) Our Last Car Load of Furniture. ,




i We received among other pretty and useful articles several: old Dressers. They are the prettiest ever brought to Ocala, Beautiful French Plate Mirrors

quarter sawed oak finish Just the thing to buy your wife for a surprise upon her return from. her Summer Outing. .

The prices are right too. Come and see them.
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I e rder several Um s. Mr. } awes declared tr al Texas need rain, and in the southern I I titK to hold him at this oisaovan. of the banking law* of tfce' UfV ft* A

CUSTOMS OFFICIALS that the attempt to reform the Platte districts severe drougn.continues. I t.I,,' iiii-.l f) wani off as long as poss!- resolution was at foilowt: :.

ballot system was a fraud upon the ONE OF THE I II iil.! tl&'" !
fare of It.Before Ovjr the wlifii? they were alone.
MAKE' DISCOVERY greater part of the con tIer once shall pay ant&b 4te .boafc u

the election bill was taken up belt tas made vigorous growth, but gut now hf was resolved. He would the value of $:fltIO, whfefe WM law*.* 1

the house had a very lively hour when continuous urlns: have prevented cultivation -I EIGHT OcIIOB.? ii'-.t be a playthiuj: for a ;:irl's wcim. to pay for guns uMd ia fee war W
the committee rules She must make) known her decision 1
on presented a re. and much of the crop is now tween the states, was a
qos Wlt'f'
New and Ingenious Method of port making a number of bills a special weedy. SENGA and by would abide by It. the general judiciary
eoAwitt of tw
order. There has been a very Winter wheat has sustained great Under cover of greetings from eight house discussed. j j

I Smuggling Unearthed. determined effort on the part of 6evj damage from continuous heavy raiu Copyright 1903, by Otho B. Senga licgLJn: girls he was able to ask TUlip -
t The bill which had Wa .
j: if Sl1! : would po for a short walk r fcrr.4 tc :
j eral members not to let the committee in Nebraska. Kansas, Oklahoma and ;'$. .$$':: the committee
HOW INSPECTORS ARE FOOLED. I I I \vlih! him. i brought Mt a most t. 1 I II
rules down
on put too bills for
many Missouri where the unharvested
grain
Abraham Adams set his square jaws With auetbrr of tbe eight sbe I, terestlng bit of Georgia History. Mr ,
| s special consideration. It is claimed was se-iously damaged by rust. Harvesting J
in tasked Butts ,of Gl.nn. Introesd!
Notwithstanding I together a manner not entirely archly. i tfct Ml:
the Argus-Eyed Em. : that the special order it carried too fat was cliO greatly hindered by .i
pleasant to behold. lIe was not a "Xo: :alone. in the house and tte g.a.n4 $4trn -
ployes of the Government NewMethods will sidetarck a number of Important unfavorable weather east of the Mississippi 1!
"Hllle! snook her head In committee of the howe
handsome man at the best, and this expression pretty re'ttl. of rtfrwttu
and Devices measures. The committee on rules, I river. While spring wheat hut her heart bent faster. There lives was called 1
for Avoiding of stern determination did not _up* to tottmi friday
on the other hand, says it will expedite )I I has suff r :slightly! from rust over v.s soovtbinsr new in the man's tone afternoon Barter
Customs Revenues add to his a special or
Are attractiveness. J
Employed. matters if certain bills are disj : the southern portions of spring wheat *i'i-thhis:! : masterful nod commanding

: New York, July 12.:: -Behind the arrest -I j, posed of at once. regicrs crd is tl.s and weedy in northern !I I "This thing has gone far enough." be : a.i -ta' had never known before. der.A few minute tvftarf for tb. *s i j

of the wireless telegraph When the house convened yesterday Slfr.nc.ota. I i j said aloud. "One way or another it Ai'liT a few minutes lie: wandered ate to
opera I I dispose of all tie .BMUMOI it
morning the committee on rules madea In with shall be settled and settled tonight"I vvhli: listlessness to the fire-
tor and a hospital steward cc.nir'j. : other grains, oat. i :;ipirent, wished to take .
employedon -nda .
I up tktt but ;
one of the report In which eight bills were set have suffered from excessive moisture I stretched out his long, lean arms ;>ltein i. tnrniii fatHHl the rotip.
largest transatlantic II I I and looked ness consisting of the rw.sf* of ua<
K down for a special order immediately in the lower Missouri grimly at the great. bony "TiHit-i :
steamers charged with valley, but elsewhere ,: local bill
smuggling Sumatra the 'iBtroducttoa f
tobacco J after the election bill had been disposed ; the crop is satisfactory. j I i han s. Out' of those fellows wears a .'.t tlic sound of to! firm. coiniielHns[ ) thmnew -
the
claim to have, customs officials of.: These bills were to xempt Cotton h&s grown rapidly throughout 'i i ring and plays the piano." he thought v ,Ii.t.! right astuKiabfil: faces \\'('ro measures and the receetxi* of i

Ingenious method unearthed of a new and. church property from taxation.; to in the cotton belt, complaints of too i I I and a ghost of a smile touched the tut': 1 toward him und eight! pairs of trio of appointment by tb* pwreor
smuggling diamonds the I I I firm mouth. Ir.: .-It! f.ves gazed at him in constrained Two of the new bilk w.n of M>B<
crease governor's salary to rotate
; rapid growth being received from
silks, tobacco and other mer the portions I I lIe walked with long. slow steps to Ii;;. .It.... considerable I importaae, both ,.....
it chandise superior court judges: to increase of the central districts where
which should pay a high salaries of i I the mirror and gazed at the face reflected tit; tool;;: out his watch and held it in being introduced by Mr. Davit of HH
| superior and court the is cultiYation.1 I
duty. supreap crop suffering for 1
Smuggling in trunks, carried I there. It was not unlike the Ills hand. lie looked only at Tillje. For seventeenth. One of UM! bills! provided -
judges; to establish a court of ap. In portions of the western
districts
as passengers' baggage, upon which r man for whom he was named with !iim! tile others were not there. Some for the bonds of tb* Kit* trw
I labels ', peals; to define the jurisdiction. of the cotton Is also in need of cultivation
:; indicating that they had been ; : the high cheek bones, wide mouth. iurcsbadowinx of the greatness that urer, comptroller g.a EftJ aad UM M o

properly examined and passed by tEe supreme court; to call a constitutional and some shedding is reported from : deep set eyes and large nose. was .ret to be his fell upon the thin retary of state to be ma4. by tonr
conventlonand
I inspectors Is the method. to allow all counties l portions of Texas and South Carolina. "You're not much to look at, Abe" ( face and gaunt figure and lent a ity and guaranty cospaaiM sad tlM

Trunks containing the merchandise to consolidate certain offices. The report Over the greater part of Texas and in he said. shaking his bead at the reflection stieugth and dignity that awed the other providing that tb* board of visItors 1

: which the conspirators arranged to l also changed the hour of the the eastern districts the crop is in "and Bruce is as handsome asa girl's soul anti held her gaze captive. to the state
uafwtttj speed apart
: smuggle into the United States are, session from 10 to 9 o'clock in the a good state of cultivation, and comparatively girl-and a good. square fellow, too." Tillie." speaking slowly and clearly. of their time at AttaM will *ttis J

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under the scheme, said to have bee morning.The little damage from insectsis be added honestly. "In exactly two minutes I am coins to 11 1_ 1_ __ ___. ____0__
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: T In use marked with a private mark session of. the senate yesterdaywas reported, except in Texas, where Abraham Lincoln Adams Lad come I propose to you. If you wish your seven "'v14'6 IC' m atuulI .IftUfJ.PRIEST

.' and placed with hundreds of other ( signalized by the passage of two the boll weevils are increasing and be from a country home and a country I friends to remain I have no objection."

trunka owned by passengers. On arrival important general bills, one providingfor coming more destructive in the south lawyer's office three years before. He A horrified. gasping "Oh!" in several FLED FOR LIFE. 1

at this port the an increase in the amount to be western counties. had passed the examinations with high different voices a rustle of silken pettIcoats
confederates of
the smugglers on board the ship loaned to the school fund and the The weather conditions have been honors and since his admission to the : and seven breathless girls scampered Chased Through Streets by Indignant'

were other providing that pensions of deceased bar had been remarkably successful. out into the hall and the
in a position! to reach the baggage and highly favorable for tobacco, whichis up Congregation. j
lIe elt that be was no., in a positionto stairs.
veterans shall be to the
upon the trunks of paid in a thrifty condition in all of the PIttsburg Pa.
the smugglers pasted Juljr ll.-", .,
ask the girl of his choice "Of "
ordinarIes of their respective counties. to share course she'll refuse him! cried
.. the special label indicating that an important tobacco states. his life and the honors be was sure the the girl who wrote stories. "Isn't he for the police and purwitd bjr mor
Senator Snead. of the
inspector had examined the contents twentynlnth'iwants In the Ohio valley and southern future held for him. horrid?" hundred of his irate part ....., Ft-

.:. of the trunk and found nothing dutiable Mamie DeCris pardone by the i parts of the middle Atlantic states t I lIe had known the girl since child "No," answered the woman who read er D. Bekavak, pastor 0( the 81. Ntefcolaa

: therein. When the customs official governor, and Introduced a joint resolution prospects for apples continue unproav hood. He was a big boy studying algebra stories. "lIe is manifesting tbe one I Croatian churck *B AltogfcMjr

came across a trunk with sucha to that effect. Several other islng. A good crop of peaches i is when she sat dangling her I needful quality, and Time will marry narrowly escaped iajwy and .-na...

label on it they passed on. interesting bills and resolutions made being gathered in the east gulf states. plump legs on the front seat devoted I Ito him. death at the hand of teferiatod met

How far the ramifications and extent their appearance, one of these being Haying has been greatly retarded bi the infants. He had taught one I i I "If she doesn't" chimed in the artist. and women last night

of thl3 new scheme have gone, by Senator Jordan, of the twenty rains throughout the central valleys term in that same school. and she bad j I: "it will show that she isn't bright Through the effort of the polk

has not yet been determined. The exposure eighth, providing for an investigation and middle Atlantic states. tortured his faithful heart by an absorbing -II enough to recognize a great man in the who guarded the .t"Iee to th* pn

was premature and was practically into the status of tuberculosis in the p- Interest in a pink cheeked boy j days of his obscurity." tate domicile of toe prtart. the ton' *

forced upon the customs state of Georgia; another by Senator LI."I; Or JU3S2: PARKER.Short in her class and by an utter Inability I "In whkh case," added the girl with ing of the bootie WM pw it4.
men.// Ledford to regulate the sale of domes to master the the violin shall I II I
of X "I
who were working on and ----- mysteries Y Z. try for him my- The trouble was ala,.... a
tic wines in the state, and another by lIe had left her ojr mm
with no word of love. self.
bigger game. They were compelled ] : Bioc-cV'.y: cf the Dsrr.ocrttcNorn ber of the church aukteg tINt Ajlegft,:
: Senator Matthews to provide for a department He bad bis to make and This the last and
to take action way the letters was certainly the
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through the wrong address j : i.:s d." ['r !.;dcnt. tion that the pastors too tor oft

placed on a trunk, found later j of immigration.The Etarvi-. '1., -- ?:.'' ;;.-- .-J? fC'lcwilg :! between them were few and un most astounding. Each girl went silently elating at chrieteniftgi, wd1r.. .at ,
I senate was la session about an satisfactory.A to her own room feeling that a
to contain leaf tobacco it a short : funerals
intended for | Ircjriruy cf Jug Alton were exorMUat This ..
; hour, after which it went into executive .' year ago she had come to Bostonto great crisis had come in the life of one *
a manufacturer of cigars in Brooklyn. Ft. Parker tne Democratic denied, adding that ,
j nO:1:- lh. tit ..... te4
study music his the
session in order to act on the '. and honest soul had of eight
The duty on the leaf of which there Is i re? '- presiJeticvr'2 -: the funds cf the church ..
rejoiced. How be Left alone at last with the pay the*
: I api ointments sent in by Governor Ter happy would be girl beloved.
C5 pounds, Is ft a pound. Two other | :: May 14-:Zn: on a farm at In selves for service reed+red.
; rell on Friday. These were all con having her so near. He could see Adams made no movement to
trunks which came by the same steamS ,I firmed. .. Lf'TSAGAMORE i Cortluad, Conlar.a! county X. Y.l8ClrEiruiled her often and take her about a good approach ber. His eyes bad never left The priest's 5lt..t ..... ....

t er were found to contain 187 pounds 1 as a pupil in the district deal and it would not be long now before her face. and she had not been able indignant congregation lo pr*.. lit

of Sumatra leaf. One of the prisoners HILL I scLoU at Cm:lallJ. be could tell hsr of the great love to look aside even when her companIons ward, shouting in Croattea a4 threat

ia said to have revealed the secret of I 1S51-1SC5-Worked on a farm in the that was in bis heart of his hopes for fled from tbe maUL jning violence. The priatt bfoh* foe

I .! tbe band. ..j-vT; :l=r'a'ri"p .1;""; -... I II' Fairbanks and Cortelyou Guests of the summer and attendend the district the future, his plans for her happiness. 'TiJIle'-tbt grave voice grew solemnly the door, calll&g for the pettav to lot

; ., / 'r'I: I President. school during the winter. But to' hIs dismay he found Time ten er-o.1 have loved you for inv About 700 a.o aad womt pwl

I VITAL QUESTION. j I Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 13.Senator 1SC5 Entered the Cortland acade-- hedged about In a most inexplicable years and you bare known it. There sued him, but were pri4 frus

II I Fairbanks and National Chairman Cor my. fashion with formalities and conven- was small need for me to declare a entiug the howe bjr the eIINn,

I Two Kansas Cities to Take Mea.ure'i telyou, who were over night guests of 1SCS-Vv'as graduated from Cortland tions hitherto unknown. love that bad been yours since childhood Later a squad of poife dvpaw

academy and Eight young: women had rented a and I would not seek to bind you the crowd. The
Against Floods. President Roosevelt at Sa amore Hil! bagan teaching school at aiasiuen tit,gt.,
i tI Virgil furnished house and with an aunt and by any promise until I could offer youa that they pill tear dews
Cortland
II left here for New York today. Senate I county die chare* H
Kansas City, Kans., July 115.:: -Thisyear's I uncle as housekeeper and protectorwere home as well as a heart I am now
Bishop Fbeiaa
Fairbanks will remain in New York 18G8-While teaching, attended normal decide to rotaia fwh
,- recurrence of disastrous floods I living in a little world of theft ready to do for you all that a man caa Bekavak
er
until this evening, when he will returnto school. u pastor.ALABAMA .
In the Kaw valley has brought the own, superior to boarding bouses and do for the woman he loves. Come to

two cities, Kansas -City, JIo., and Kanr Indianapolis. 1870-Entered Albany law school. with a fine contempt for "homes" and me, Tulle and tell me that my love is

sas City, Kans., face to face with th'' Chairman Cortelyou will stop in 1872-rWas graauated from Albany Institutions. Adams wasn't quite sure returned. that you will be my wife, FURNACES.
New York' for several to lOOk! law school. I .
days -
,
whether the
vital importance of providing a prac-1 aunt and uncle were renj-; TiUie"He -
I preliminary arrangements for the 1872-Admitted to the bar. ed Strike Has Not Su+fc Dcemtfeft
tlcal plan for the betterment of the with the house or if they were really held out his band, the great. M

situation here. I work of the campaign, Before the 1872-Married Mary Lee School related to one of these very modern bony hand that wore no ring and could Was Feared.

The council of Kansas City, Mo., I party left today the president, Senator maker and became clerk and later associate young women. noi i>ljy the piano and. the dark homely Birmingham Ala.. Jajjr 1L-TW _
Fairbanks- and Chairman Cortel- in the law firm of lIe called several times face illumined
I : has passed :a resolution providng that Schoonmak- and was cordially was with the mighty pension of welt at th. ftnttaaa ttthta
you were photographed. er & Hardenberg. received, but occasion love and exceeding tenderness that _____
upon every
a Joint conference of the officials cf rililriof... Va.. _. _.A __ ___L
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the two The conference at Sagamore Kit; 1872-In the fall was elected clerk at least three of the other young only a strong man knows. -- .wrr
cities and the two states be I depression la ._ as WM MI4
held at once with a view of continued until an early hour this of the board of supervisors of Ulster ladies were present and remained: during The girl rose slowly, her eyes still feared. ,.
providing
morning, but no information concerning county. his entire stay. Then he tried the fixed on his, and moved toward him as
,. laws which will protect this There wm lo ...
district ao aoad
it was obtainable. 1873-Won his first plan of writing to Tillie. inviting her if impelled by some stronger power. efcas
,. from the ravages of the floods. It big law suit. for a setllesttat! of th. ....
Judge William H. Hunt, who, until 1877-Elected to accompany him! to a lecture or a Half way she stopped and raised a *Mh tat
is the sense of the resolution that the July 1, was governor of Porto Rico county. surrogate of Ulster concert The little notes he received pitiful, pleading face to his. furnace operators, bat the N .....

proposed laws should be broad enoughto arrived here today. He came to pay 1883-Re-elected in reply were sweetly courteous, but' "Abe," she whispered, "Abe are you coal operators bave ia torn* .suuj-.

cover the issue and sale of bonds, his respect to the president and to discuss surrogate of Ulster he felt somehow thrown back upon going to make me come all the way?" relieved the sltoattom by sifaiac ta

j If necessary, to secure the needed pro. Porto Rican affairs with him. county. himself cbilleil and repulsed. He had intended to, but the passionate old scale of Jut year, with the awtrr

tection. J 1885-DecHnea apjioTntment as firs "You must remember that I am only i thrilling sweetness of his boy. standing that this eoatract ia to ma

TOUR GRIDIRON CLUB. assistant postmaster general, offered one of cI ht." was the tenor of the hood's name overcame his resolve. One Untie until so*e detail. tsttletioat u

i SWAM FOR 72 HOURS. by President Cleveland; refused nomi' sweet little notes. "Not one of us accepts long step and he caught ber in his made with the fr.*.. l1'U.....

Prominent Guests of Southern Rail. nation as lieutenant governor of New an Invitation for herself alone. arms. A large majority of taa U .If'.

Remarkable Experience Told by a Las. way Make Journey. York; made chalfSan of Democratic. Which one of the girls would you like "All the way, sweetheart," he an- coal operators ate' .... the av..
state committee. to Include In your very pleasant plan swered, "but I will carry the other
you
it
meet and
Knoxville Tenn. Is
kar Sailor. July 13.-The Gridiron now taoagat thai ai
1S85-Late in for Thursday evening or Saturday aft. half."
winter
New York, July Club party, enroute from St. was appointed ?" __ of them will do so to a ,wy ..eei
13.-Among a number Judge of the state ernoon
Louis to Washington, passed supreme court by GEORGIA time.
throughthis LEGISLATURE.
of strange tales related by the Governor Hill.lS8aAppointed. Then he settled down to a regular

i crew of the steamer Shimosa just arrived city this morning leaving hers call on Wednesday evening. He met Strange Poisoning AffaH

from Japan and China nd which at 10:50 o'clock for Lake Toxaway, formed judge of the newly all of the young ladles and really bad Australian Ballot Bill-Several Important .
: N. C., in the Sapphile country. second division of the court ol better opportunities for conversingwith New York, Jalf H.-iIt.aM BrC
reported having run over a large whale appeals. Resolutions.
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a few miles outside of The party is composed of 16 new& t any one of the others than with years of ..., & br Sandy Hook is
one to the effect that paper men and several ether prominent 1892-This court was dissolved and the one be sought Bright pretty girls Atlanta, July 11.-The house of representatives dying from tbe effeeti *f {***. at
while the big at request of justices Judge Parker her work again took up the Australian leged to have beets
freighter politicians and railroad men. Traffic they were, each earnest in adrnsrtPttfa* I b>
was
Red Sea Laskar speeding through the Manager S. H. Hardwick, of the was appointed a judge of the first di with high aims and youthful ambi- : ballot bill Friday In the convmittet an unknown voaua. Ml** tterfer*

a sailor- was pickedup. Southern Railway, was In charge ot vision of the appellate court, to fill tions. An artist, a schoolteacher a of the whole, after several new was brought bone yt M.r4sy bf UM

The swarthy heathen the party, personally (conducting the vacancy caused by illness of Judge writer a music teacher, a violinist, a bills and resolutions had been intro mysterlaus WOBUB e k Mt Mr of

been declared head car, the gentlemen being the guestsof Barrett kindergartner and an editor made up duced. the stoop of UM hoMe .to a it* af

swimming three days anc the Southern railway. 1897-Elected chief judge of the the list. Sections 5, 6 and 7 of the election collapse. Th w.ata& saBs4
nights toast
having fallen overboard from court of appeals b7 60,000 majority. Often there were other men there, bill were adopted, but there came a children who were pkyiag
: an Indian trader bound for Antwerp. CROP discovered that he hitch Mfay M.
CONDITIONS. and Adams soon when section 8 was considered., leaving her Yfcttsa: wife them .
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GEORGIA PARKER CONGRATULATED. was not the only one who would like This section provides for the erectionof I away.

'.. LEGISLATURE. Summary of the Weather at J to see Tillie alone. After awhile he began booths for the voters and there bad
to wonder it the other men were to be
S I Australian Ballot Bill Taken Up Again Washington. Telegrams Continue to Pour In an as completely shut out as he and the tion of, decided the momentous ques Newspaper Man Drops Dead
whether
l by the House. Washington July 13.-The weather I Esopus Democratic Nominee. unwelcome thought suggested itself within the or not a booth wai I Evansville lad., Jalf !*.-*>*..?*.
N. Y. meaning of the
Atlanta JulyThe Australian! bureau's weekly summary of crop con of July l3.-Telegrams] that TUlle might manage to see him lie building." law: a "pub Lauenstete, Sr., ovaor at th* ..ao
The
ballot bill was again taken up in the dition is as follows: in congratulations continue to pour alone If she really wanted to. discussions on I Tide Dessohrst (flanaaaj .

: commitee of the whole in the house oi Unseasonably cool weath.er has continued upon Judge Parker. Judge George "Can it be that Tillie doesn't care to this point. were vety spirited and in dud today just after tardtaf"lIlL A

: representatives yesterday and.sectlons in the states oi the Missouri Gray wired as foHows from Wllshlng.ton see me?" he asked himself uneasily. terestIng.The to start for St. r..a.. UiIM.

I Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 passed after valley, but elsewhere the temperature IkJ.: I "It it were so wouldn't she tell me?" amendment to 'place picture! Drowned In SquafU

j a few attempts were made to Introduce has been favorable. Heavy rains have Hearty congratulations on your nom. I Ills own nature was so simple and on ballots was voted down without I New York. J... n-hi
ination and would seem the most any further t aa.*i
on this speech-aakicg
amendments. your brave and : direct that by a vote
Only a few prevented cultivation of and manly that swept Jamaica
crops
telegram." kind and true thing to do. He could ofG7to3l. bay t.* .. *.t*
.
.. unimportant changes were made in the has- greatly interfered with harvesting drowned. Oae
Mayor Carter Harrison riot understand the feminine complexity Several new bills and of ta. ***M *a* r* -
sections resolutions
as amended. in the lower Missouri of ChIcago :
central Mississippi covered
5- telegra-phed: that led the girl to enjoy his unwavering were Introduced In the but ua....tHl..l TViMisn.
There was a lively tilt between Mr. and much grain in the shock- house. Among; able damage
"Please unspoken devotion. The pro- them were two of was fhHd i **c asaaii
accept unusuallm .
Tigner, of iluscogee, and Mr. Ha has been damaged in Oklahoma my congiatulattons rtance.
res, Kansas that she craft. la
other girls was EMI New
on tests of the One York
your nomination." was ff resolution os. fcrnn
: of Elbert, and the dispute waxed and Missouri. Portions of 6y .1r. Ctlvln I
the4outh
ec
i t unfair to the man and did not deserve of Richmri-1.! *u demolished whtie two
warm:_ that the chairman had to ran fOI i Atlantic.. states and north cev tuch homage only increased her deter-, nrovidir. : forfci re:!dlJ1 [ roofed. WHt a*

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___ THE OCALA BANNER _
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all OTcr the Parker forces nad not r nations in restraint of Interstate ir0te$0tonat.i '" fj;>............,, '""" ...
-1 been shaken. trade. We believe that one of the
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The ballot for president gave Parker best methods of procuring economy E.BIGGS.

608 votes out of the GG7 neededto and honesty in the public service is to. .j'. -- III WEE A T MEAT

1 nominate, and before the result have public officials, from tee occupant ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I

could be announced Idaho, Atvada, of the white house down to th r (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) -- To grow strung Uult-M weptis

t : THE t OMI tt Washington and others made changesto lowest of them, returned as nearl i OCALA. F'-ORIIM. joai meat we may M well let :aI

the Parker column. Governor as may be, to Jeffersoni.n simplicity i| D. FULLER. i
Jt : it .alone. There ia uo treutu
D'-ckery, of Missouri, moved to make of livin;. |I I I i

I HIP nomination unanimous, and it car We favor liberal trade arrangements ,! DENTIST. I Is' a in tough meat-Instead of giv

ried amidst increasing cheers. The with Canada and with people ot ether : Over Munroe&Chambh Bank.Ocala Fla. 12! rs'e i ing it take treiiiriu, to dljrt'.t

New Yorker Is Unanimously result 'of the ballot was never announced countries where they can be entered t
J M. TnmIP O l II tf i it. It pay to I* careful iu
officially, and it is not likely into with benefit to American agriculture I
Chosen to Head the Presidential buying meat > to get(
that it ever will be. manufactures, mining and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Oftce > sure
over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Montezuma. E : s' 'i
the be-u-tender and choke.Pay .
Ticket. commerce.
.
No Opposition to Platform.The OCALA FLA.rmvix E-
We favor the maintenance ot tt. a little more if need W and
-- recess yesterday until S o'clock --- ,
Monroe doctrine in its lull integrity. "
HE WON ON THE FIRST BALLOT list night was for the purpose Oi The Democratic lias been Jj SPENCER.- is put something your stomach
t party apd
"1i receiving the report of the committee will continue to be, the consistent: : A'rTORSEY-AT-LA W, l i.4c4. :,.,, /, '; which will put tie-h on year

11 I Democratic Convention, After an All. I I on resolutions. The report was opponent of that class of tariff legislation -: OCALA. ,-.5FLORIDA 1EL A # ,< 2At bones and strong blood in your
received vive voce
and adopted by
." 1 Niyht Session, Selected Jar ItsStandard by which certain interests have E. CHASE. Iff veins.EDWARDS. .
vote As far as surface indicationswere f J
been permitted, through congressional -
t Bearer A.ton B. Parker, concerned, there was no more favor, to draw a heavy tribute from ; DENTIsT, BROS.

.1 t the Able and Distinguished Judge cppoaition to the platform than there the American people. i OCALA FLA

ti of I I ha.l been to that accepted unanimously The Democratic party stands co\v 1 Ii! Stalls 2 cud 4 City: Market Ocala Fla.Dyspeptics .
of the New York State Court Apt L. SIS1'RATTORNEY.AT.LAW.K.
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ty: the' Republican convention in mitted the CARLOS i' I
t I I to principles of civil ser ,
t peals-Parker Received a Total of Ct-cngo a few weeks ago. [ffiJ'jfoi'r; I S -T.1iiiIt
vice reform, and we demand their honest

i 667 Votes or the Two-Thirds Necessary The nominations were immediatelyirocpoded just and impartial tnlorcement. Room, Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. 5821

f f with. Conducting the campaign upon this 'I:
Alabama yielded to Xew York and .. ,
declaration of our principles and purposes -i :
'It St. 1/ouis, July 11.-Chief Justice Judge Parker's name was the first we invoke for our candidates :

If;I Alton B. Parker, of New York stat I I presented to the convention. Atter that the support not only of ,our great anc

\1t court of appeals, was nominated about i iir Hearst Gray, Cockrell, Wall, Wil I lime-honored! organization: but also the :: :.

la minutes to C o'clock this morning liams. Olney and Miles were named in active assistance of all our fellow citizens .

:H for president of the United States i speeches which took nearly tIc entire who disregarding pastdiffer I, --1r

ty the Democratic national COD'en.I I r.;ght. In the end all the claims ci I
;1 ences upon questions no longer in Issu ,
:3 tion. But one roll call ensued, ando the Parker forces were proved accu desire and perpetuation of our : --V, rn..3

decisive was the result of that one rate. Parker had within a few votes constitutional government, as framed I "_ 7 C'.stmn-e' -yieUmore-

I that contrary states began to call tea ot enough to nominate, and these and established; by the fathers of the !I ax i .j I svel8.appcintment sivea lexperlmertiDijjr $ -c.9 made their cankaceaa.
are eTel'J'da, by own *-
were forthc ming. The speeches -the S'an lard Seeds.
I recognition and the ballot finally resulted ,
republic. i iWRIGHT'S iI i r -,/ '* 1 Di all dears 1904 ti. 'a?- Can that case of constipation before it
in an unanimous vote for the which had been cheered so long and I j -J A inual postpaid tree.Jpbicant '* ? ,
loudly had neither made nor lost a $. % w becomes chronic. Take
; York
New statesman.
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vote. The Parker forces, under perfect SPEECH.Georgian ;. :1. PERKY ft co.. rv i <<
LIVER PILLS;
t' L Dramatic Scene. 1 Vriji tMON'S[
organization, remained serene. }
Seconded Nomination of Alton I
i i' The scene was dramatic in the ex.tremeo After the nomination had been made PELLETS i
,,, B. Parker.In ---- \
Darkness had witnessed thy
the convention to 2 ,
adjourned p. m. seconding the name of Parker' the only temedies.hicb assist Nature tad do not get la bet i 1

j gathering of the Democratic hosts, when a candidate for vice presidentis Mr. Moses Wright, of Rome, Ca., said: Watch i the! KidneysWHEN \I way. Powerful purgatives gripe, pain ud make eontinn !J
E while bread daylight, tho sun hailing to be chosen. At the close ot ,
Mr. Chairman: It was claimed in dtng-tateta Ramon's Remedies act gently sad leave the IJ J
the convention
many figures promi- a recent national convention that system independent of drugs. For sate by aU daalsrs- I '1

:f rent in the contest were surroundedby Georgia blood coursed ia the veins in THEY ARE AFFECTED LIFE IIi Your druggist will furnish tree sample or fro will. ,j /'fJ

k friends and heartily congratulated. the nominee of the Republican: party. i, IN DANGER
j.V Notable among these were David B Brown Co.
Alfg.
This may ba true, but with Georgians
Hill, of New York who has been in A WORD OF WARNINO J.
Democracy is thicker than blood. We
t actual charge of Parker's campaign.He I I New York
bring you today the message that from I
f laughed and cried alternately. Inc i Dr. ABERNaTHY, the great English and Qreeneville.
t I among the red old hills of Georgia /
section of the hall sat Mrs. Hill, physician and surgeon well known to all Tenn.
there will come later tidings of Democratic -I .
daughter of Judge Parker. With a physicians, sounded words of warning to
I I victory for 1904 .surpassing all
party of friends she remained throughout ; the medical profession and to all mankind
its glorious achievements in the past
q 4'i the night. She showed her happiness : when ha uttered the words: "Watch the
In
striking contrast with the solemn -
with tears.Jubilant : occasion when our Republican ; kidneys; when they art affected lift is

Over Result. friends met and "stood pat" is the genUIne in danger."

William F. Sheehan enthusiasm of this It Is the duty of these organs to keep
who las done great gather For Sale by Post office Drug Store.
the personal work of Judge Parker ing. The spirit which gives birthto our blood strained of poisonous impurities

and August Belmont, was jubilant: over thIs enthusiasm Is the spirit of vie that are capable of oausbg the most fatal

11 the result. One of the most interest tcrj' The smiles of contentment forms of disease. W1.en'ey: do not per

111 ing phases of the convention was the which we hear today are in contemplation form their work properly then trouble in C. I. GRACE
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iwwLTON fact that although early evening was of the political harvest whict soma form is sure to follow sooner or later

\1 ; succeeded by darkness darkness by we expect to reap in the fall. Astor and If neglected death will follow. Successor to Central Lumoer Co.

sawn and dawn by broad daylight at our Republican friends the frost : Some of the moat important symptom

/ 1 P USaaL last two-thirds of all spectators, :SO: seemed to fall in their early summer I are, aching in the back or hips, swollen

the electric light, witnessed the close. per cent of them women, remained convention and their prophesies were : Ankles, puffiness under the eyes, dry or Dealer In

't The convention was In session from until the nomination was made. Mr. blighted ere the autumn hours. i furred tongue unnatural appetite and

8 o'cdlock last night until nearly 6 Bryan left the convention ball a fev; We shall demonstrate to those whc great thirst,weakness and loss of weight, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling,

o'clock this morning. In that time minutes before the nomination was have predicted discord that our will bea sediment or cloudiness the urine, dry and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

made unanimous, but not before he united party, joined in a harmonious
", eight! names were presented to the nest of the skin or strong perspiration, Manufacturer of

convention nominating and seconding knew that Judge Parker was nominated. fight against the enemy. disorders of the stomach and liver. Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
shall ,
To several correspondents waiting We present to the American
speeches innumerable were made, and All the above symptoms do not appear
at dawn appeared, it Secame neces- for him at his hotel, he said that people a platform which declares the : in any one case, and all kidney disorder Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School F

4 nary to limit the seconding speechesto he had nothing to add to what he had will of the party fearlessly and witb I will cot present the same symptoms. i Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables. I am constantly

: said in the convention, which was that to uncertainty; which boldly attacks !
; four minutes each. An extensionwas There is nothing that so quickly and receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and
he would support any candidate nominated the injustice and unfairness of the I
made in the case of William Jennings surely makes the kidneys right as FOLET'I sizes. :Mail orders attended to promptly
on the platform he nad assisted Republican policy and offers a remedy -'
who in of the most
Bryan, one KIDNEY CURL It Is a preparation of the

dramatic situations ever witnessed in in making."I therefor. I I best known remedies used by the world'smost

a political gathering, addressed the have not slept for hours," he Realizing the bright prospects ,ol. i celebrated specialists It la
kidney
contention and concluded by second- Bald. "Goodnight. victory in 1904, the south began early I
I endorsed and used thoai
It may be added that those of a su- the solution of the problem of selecting by physicians by -
the nomination of Senator Francis I
Inc the leader t i sands. It has laved many lives,and while "fflffiF( A HHTHave (
M. Cockrell, "the favorite son" candidate perstitious turn of mind may be encouraged strongest for Demoe- t
I it cannot cure hopeless cases, it will prevent -
standardbearer.Ve
from Missouri. Mr. Bryan received by the fact that Judge Parker racy's believt I

the third great ovation accorded was not nominated on Friday. that we have selected wisely and I I fatal kidney troubles and give relief l

during the convention.Bryan well. We looked for a leader with z I in even the last stages of kidney dlssue.Druz you decided on the kind o

PLATFORM IN PART. clean life, possessed of a wise conservatism I I i Postnf''e Impassioned. ,
: and a broad statesmanship. ,
-- not of how much but
,i rr, a question ,
His speech was an impassioned appeal Ringing Demand Made For Honestyand One who stood by Democracy in ;t I f
what kind when tilt' brat result
to the delegates to give the par Economy. sunshine and shadow, was equally i

ty a candidate who had voted the Convention Hall. St. Louis, July 11. loyal to the party in stormy hours ol !: Will can he obtained. You can't make a

Democratic ticket in 1S9G and 1900. -The platform as adopted is, in part, '" efeat and in th ebrighter days of vic I C 2 mistake when you use our high grade

lie spoke on behalf of the Nebraska as follows: tory. I.I P} fertilizers.

delegation which, he said, had no candidate The Democratic party of the United We found such a leader. Georgia Pay You J '.i.

to present or favor to ask, but States in national convention assembled claims the honor. The empire state : Highest cash price paid for dry bones
,
wanted a candidate whose nomination declares its devotion to the essential of the north, with her favorite SOt .I II I II I

would not prove a triumph for one principles of Democracy which shall reap the fruit of this convention: You have any Real Estate FLORIDA FERTILIZER I MFC. :(HI

faction over another. He suggested brings its members together in party but it was the county of: Lincoln, in IF to sell, ,
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Hsarst If the convention thought best communion. the state of Georgia, which first Instructed I J I Gainesville, FU.

then former Governor Pattison, of Under them local selfgovernmentand a delegate to vote first, last OR

Pennsylvania, and finally created a national unity and prosperity were and all the time for Alton B. Parker You're thinking of coming I '

arprise In the convention by declaring alike established. of New York. IF
: to Florida for a home,j 1-
for Senator Cockrell. They underlaid our independence, Georgia is glad today to second the ,

One of the features of the long, the structure of our free republic and nomination of one whose strength oJ WE WANT -

drawn-out session should be the beau very Democratic extensions from character and 'simplicity of life has I OR : I ..+.........+...,
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tiful tribute paid to Senator Cockrell, Louisiana to Callfqrnia and Texas and endeared him to the American people : You desire to invest in any I Every Grower in the StateTo

when his name was placed in nomination Oregon, which preserved faithfully in .. No one can doubt that the .vast majority : IF kind of Florida property,

by Representative Champ Clark. all the states the tie b&tweEU.taxa. of the people will turn from the Have Our Books:

It was a spontaneous outburst for that tion and representation! They yet in- restlessness and uncertainty of the TO SEE

reason the more complimentary to th(, spire the masses of our people, guard- present administration toward Altor 'FI )ItIIU VEGETABLES*'-A complete manual on Florida trola|

senator. The delegates, already weary Ing jealously their rights and liberties B. Parker, with a feeling of hope. : OR WRITEJ.H.LIVINGSTON "FLORIDA OR.\XGES"-Book of special interest to Orange Ore.*r*.

by reason of the task of the tedious I, and cherishing their fraternity Across the continent, from the "FLORIDA STRAlVBERRIES"-Booklet. on "Soil.Varletiet, tVUlfa*

and trying session, exhausted in their peace and orderly development They Toods of Maine to the peach-covered J tiou, and .. rtiliza'ion.IIUSU ."

labors and the guise of a nomination remind us of our duties and responsibilities hills of Georgia, where the ripening &SONS '' OT.4.TOES.-Bookl on .Soil, Seed, Planting and CultivatlBf,

'for the presidency I which the sena as citizens and impress uponus Blbertas. are being J Kissed into golden: KtfVciof "Fertilizers Digging and Sit p unR"

tor's friends knew to be beyond his particularlyl at this time. the necessity coloi by the sunlight, there is a trusting OCALA. FLORIDA. "PINEAPPLE FEU'l'II IZIXG.-Of fcfwial Interest to |4Drapplj

confiding people confidently await'4 j >groweI'J5.l' .
of reform in the rescue 01
reach, Indulged in a demonstration, '
- -- all dlflVrrnt bran
tie.administration government trot ing the tidings of Judge Parker's IDEAL FEUfI..IZEUS.-tlook showing our ,
continuing about half an hour. Nearly
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nomination. anaUsfS, pricten'
every delegate and spectator in the the headstrong, arbitrary and "spas I I New and Revised Editions of above,just published, seat FACE ftrtht atklaf
Let us meet in a spirit of fraternity
galleries or on the floor had been provided modic methods which distract busi
and carry out the will of the people
with a flag and the scene was ness by uncertainty, and pervade the
Let us place again in favor the Dem I
far the most Impressive of all ovations public mind with dread, distrust and WILSON a TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPLY
ocratic party. ,in which we have planted
given during the session. The perturbation.We our faith. OCALA' SEED STORE AGENTS, OCAia. FKI.
thousands cheering their favorite recognize that the gigantic ;
The Empire State of the South, Mr
p. sons had apparently converted Mr. trusts and combinations designed tc .
Chairman, seconds the nomination ol / .
Bryan to the belief that Senator Cock- enable capital to secure more than its I -
the favorite son of the Empire Stateof
"11's chances of nomination were just share of the joint products of, cap I
the North and prophesies victor WA
greater than other favorite son can- ital and labor and which have been in November with Alton B. Parker as P 1 JA8.M.GRAHA1I, President. OEO.W.HYDE, Vfe I.TH
dfaates.! fostered and promoted under Republican

rule are a menace to beneficial! the standard-bearer.
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Bryan's Impassioned Plea.
competition and an obstacle to per Explosion Follows Fire. The First National BankOF
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The Nebraskan gained recognition .
business
manent prosperity.A .
after the Cockrell demonstration' I Chicago, July 11.-The plant of the
loon : monopoly
private is indefensibleand !
National Provision
at But
company,
and in a speech directed undoubtedly intolerable.We I. GAINESVILLE.The .
in an effort to defeat Parker, made ler and Thirty-ninth streets, was damaged -
especially denounce rebates and
$75,000 by fire today. As a r&
hU electrifying plea for the anti-Park ll
er !orces to rally. He was given the discrimination by transportation companies suit of the fire a terrific explosion occurred It11 sft Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County
as the most it
closest attention. The great conven- promoting and potent agency these in a big sewer in Thirty-nintt Capital . . . .. . .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .tW.000 00)
strengthening unlawful
A ton: which the police and ser eant.at. conspiracies against trade. street. For a distance cf a mile along Surplus and Undivided Profits. .. .. .... . .. Wfl (' 00
the thoroughfare manhole covers
were
ustoned We condemn the action ol tile Re Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities equal to any bank ia the
sent high in the air and the street surface
as though every word were a publican party In In refusing state. Solids the accounts of Farmer, Merchant, Cor|>or tlt 8t,
3 personal message to each person, as congress was so damaged that car; and! Etc Interest allowed by special arranlament. All bulnn
to prohibit an executive department I
wagon traffic was suspended for the transacted promptly.
,
if! a hypnotic spell had been cast J from entering Into contract witt day. Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W. 0-u H. E. TAYWRCMblet

., cer the throng. But when It was convicted trusts or unlawful comb t Bay St. Jacksonville; Fla. :
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THE SPIRIT ANSWER How .to Register a Still. Over-Work Weakens .

In a recent issue; we took occasion Your Kidneys. -
Through the curtains creep no shaft of moon.
light. to urge upon turpentine men the Make STHIUSS & coil pit ;
Unhealthy Kidneys Impure Blood.
The cold lamp gives no ray, necessity of registering their stills in
Between us lie tae silence still unbroken. .
That fell one bitter day. the U. S. custom house. To do this All the blood in your body passes through I I! j
The darkness fills the well remembered places the your kidneys once every three minutes. .
each operator should apply to The kidneys are your 'j I
The midnight gives no sign; WHOLESALE
One heart tonight aches in the lonely chamber, nearest customhouse for a blank, No. fZ l'7' blood purifiers.they filter i
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t j out the waste or
Where once throbbed thUle and mine. '
26, U. S. Internal Revenue. This impurities in the blood.If .

Wife who didst love me as my own soul blank provides for list of stills and they are sick or out
loveth; cf order,they fail to do i
Who wearied God with prayer; distilling apparatus in any given o their. work. !
Your to heaven came ringingIn Pains aches and rheumatism Dealers.
cry location, designated by town, county I. Whiskey
passion and despair. come from ex- .
and state and by whom owned.It -
You have called me back to you my darling; cess cf uric acid in the
With teats and anguish dumb. gives a registered distilling num- blood, due to neglected
Pain's brukeo cry and passion's voiceless yearning kidney trouble. '
_: ber, a number to each still, its kind Kidney trouble causes quick cr unsteady OCALA, ; FLORIDA.

You have called and I have come. and capacity, whether or not for use, heart beats and makes one feel as though
I they had heart trouble, because the heart is ara
I have answered in the night's dead nark and if used, for what purpose. This over-working in pumping thick kidney-

ness, poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It .
blank when filled out is, to use the
Piwn through the falling rain; used to be considered that only urinary
With all the ache and anguish of earth's loving.I words of the blank, "to be returnedin troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, : r f
hive come back again. but now modern science that
proves nearlyall
Over the form I ware the dark storm bloweth, duplicate to the deputy collectorby constitutional diseases have their begin-
The heavy rain drips cold; every person having in his posses- ning in kidney trouble. Sell the Best Liquors
Closer than loving arms could fold about me, If you are sick you can make no mistakeby
sion custody, or under his control,
or
Nestles the grave's damp mold. first doctoring your kidneys. The mild

any still, or stilling apparatus set up. and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's For the Least
But I,a spirit cast in a new brightness Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is fi Money.
! Dnft like a rose leaf blown Persons failing to register become soon realized. It stands the highest for its

Back to the home we loved together- liable to penalty of 500 and a fine of wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
Back to thy arms mine own. and is sold its merits
on
not less than $100, nor more than $1- P':'
II see the sweet,sad face that bent over
fif
I by all druggists in y"r.: : : =::
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The pillow when I died; not less and one-dollar n ,
000, an imprisonment for cent :IZ- ;tt.;. ;1; "
The wteping eyes, uplifted in their anguish es. You may have a '. ", >
The long hair scattered wide. than one month, nor more than two 8A
f sample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root. M 0 R
falter the I years, in addition to forfeiture of the free also pamphlet telling you how to find s' Keraerubei Our Motto
,
Hast ttou no word to through p.44pRtltraR
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble, "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEiLIHG."
silence still and all personal property foundin Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer CINCINNATI.*)'.
thine and I
Lift up eyes see
the building, etc., where the same & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
Can not love break the earthly hairier risingSo

dark twixt thee and roe? shall be set up. (Revised Statutes, ruAHj!
Is there no sense that thrills when I am near !
thee? Section 3258.) A copy of each noticeon Seed Velvet Beans For Sale. 1

Nearest thou no sound or sigh this form is to be immediately for- Those; desiring! fine velvet beau* for .
Oh God! Thou knowest how far amid Thy I
warded to the commissioner of internal planting purposes will do well to tall We especially call your attention to the folio'
spacesI I in I ,
at J. A. Pooser's store at once. Onw
heard my darling's cry! revenue." The last sentence specialties:
hundred bushelsill be sold! nl ::..:5
Can my touch wake no pulse to throb at meet evidently refers to the duty of the per bushel S. R. PYLES.:

Muct: my ing kiss tall like air callector of internal revenue. f Strauss'-ZyG' four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts $16.Strauss' .

When words I speak to you are bringing As we stated in the former article Tell your physician to have your

God's answer to your prayer? there is no fee or charge made by prescriptions filled atour store. We Royal Reserve four full
Dear wilt thou say thou'st only heard the quarts, $3.50; twtlv
I night storm I the officer in registering a still, and have a full line of pure drugs, and a full quarts, $10.

; The patter of the rain- i it need be done but once'so long as trustworthy man to put them up.
I Only the wind that trembled in the tree tops-
I And have I come in vain? the ownership or location be unchanged. Tydings & Co. x Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles?, St.oo;

; I -BEATRICE :MAREAN: .-Industrial Record. twelve bottles
S
I. I 1 Largest stock ofwall paper in Marion $ 50.
'Lines suggested by reading a let- county. J. Starr Sternberger,
ter from a lady recently bereaved of Night Was Her Terrot.
Ocala Fla. 6 24
her husband, which contained the "I would cough nearly all nightlong Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $ IS, ;

following passage: "M Y prayers are ," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T.

freighted with petitions that God of Alexandria, Ind., "and could Allen, the eye, car, nose and throat P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight or Express on these Goods. .

will permit my husband's spirit to re- hardly get any sleep. I had con- surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday

turn and make its presence known to sumption so bad that if I walked a July 2S, Montezuma hotel. All
in
goods shipped boxes .
plain and on tl.fJ....* das .
me if only for one time; and some- block I would cough frightfully and the order is received I ,
y t t
times in lonely room in the hush Write or teledhone Sternberger if
my and spit frightfully and spit bloood,
of the midnight hour I imagine that three one dollar bottles of Dr. King's you need any painting, papering, Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.

my prayers have been answered, andI New Discovery wholly cured me andI varnishing and kalsomining. Phone l
feel loved one's the 116. 6 24 Respectfully. ,
my: presence gained 58 pounds. it's absolutely 1 -

clasp of his hand-his kiss upon my guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, AND TYPE- ce tslaxtss -

. brow. The morning light, however, lagrippe, bronchitis and all throat STENOGRAPHER oti. 11
: always dispells the happy thought and lung troubles. Price 50c. and office in Commercial STRAUSS &: co. rLJS!

: and I am convinced that it was onlyan $1. Trial bottles free at Tydings & bank. Your work in the i

illusion of my melancholy imagi- Co. m above lines solicited. Speed and accuracy -
nation." guaranteed OCALA, FLORIDA.
Several Kinds of a Bird.
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Miss B N '
SINCLAIR.Let -
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i Mrs. Elizabeth Martin started earlyin I .L -.. __ __ .
': The time-worn "Never ., . "; L .. .
. injunction, life to feather her nest well, and us give you an estimate on "- --r ..... I
put off 'til to-morrow what you can do house. J. Starr Stern- i
painting your
has always had her eyes on the main
"
to-day, is now generally presented' berger. 6 24

I in this form"Do it to-day!" That is'' chances. She began life as Elizabeth Atard| Man To Beat.

:' the terse advice we want to give you Bird, of Harrison county, near Paris, McIVEM and UACKA J

about that hacking cough or demor- Ky. Her first venture outside of the
alizing cold with which have been
you
home nest was when she married Bud _
struggling for several days, perhaps -
Martin. When Mr. Martin died she
weeks.. Take some relibale remedy for _
it to-day and let that remedy be Dr. married Edward Crow, a farmer. .

Boschee's German Syrup, which has When the time came to change nests 4

been in use for over thirty years. A she allied herself with Wm. Robin, FUNERAL I .
few doses of it will undoubtedly re-
and lived happy until the matrimonial if''
Jeive your cough or cold, and its con DIRECTORS.Have \
Mrs. Robin roll-
season for again
: tinued use for a few days will cure ,
you completely. No matter how ed around. Then David1 Buzzard, a -1-I JJ'v A 0

deep-seated your cough, even if dread widower, more attractive personallyand a full tock of Collins Ca&!kl'tl

consumption has attaked your lungs, socially than his name would indicate and Burial Outfits. Special given to
German Syrup willl surely effect
a
rial l frervicei"
appeared, and Mrs. Robin be-
cure as it has done before in thou-
came Mrs. Buzzard. Into the Buz- Embalming to Order '
sands of apparently hopeless cases of
lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; zard roost she carried one little Martin -

regular size, 75c. For sale at Anti- and two little Crows and one lit- WHITF'3Cream

: Monopoly Drug Store. m tle Robin., One little Buzzard was tti ttf.t
Vermifuge
already there to welcome the other
Alterations in the Ocala House.
I birds. _
For the past several years it has I .i THE GUARANTEED

been realized that there was a scarcity Brutally Torturnd.A .

of store rooms in Ocala, and now case came to light that for pre- WORM

Mrs. G. Edwards of t i rtfrREMEDY
Dorothy owner sistent and unmerciful torture has

the Ocala House, has decided to turn berhaps never been equaled. Joe

the first floor of the east wing of the Gobolick, of Colusa,Aal. writes: "For 3THE

hotel into five magnificicent store 15 years I endured insuffrable pain
CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
from rheumatism and nothing relieved .
rooms. (roy.t1i
BEWARE Or IMITATION
me though I tried everything:
THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY
Contractor George MacKay is now known. Ilcame g1A r
across Electric Bit- Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. \I .
at work on plans for the alterationsand ters and its the greatest medicineon ST. LOUIS. MO. '-.

will in a few days submit themto earth for that trouble. A few bot- Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

Mrs. Edwards'for approval.The tles of it completely relieved and The who
cured me." Just as good for liver '>m np) buys ijARDWARE of
new store rooms will face the
and kidney trubles and general de
Merchant's block, in which is located bility. 50c. Satisfaction
Onlp

the postoffice. This is one of the anteed dy Tydings & Co. guar-m MARION H RDWARE & COMPANY -'

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most traveled streets in Ocala, and -

Mrs. Edwards shows her good busi- Death of Mrs. W. A. Moorhead. sn

ness judgment by making the above Mrs. Alexander Moorhead died Sat- AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE" -
A. I K- H6WKES( Optician,
alterations at this the very time that urday morning at her home in the

the city's increasing business facili- second ward after an illness of sever- Commencing Established over thirty 1870.years ago in STOVES AND RANGES

ties are in demand.An al months. Her sufferings for the Ihe smallest way tbe firm has stead-

addition will be constructed in past few weeks had been intense and iyt HAWKES'and rapidly!SPECTACLES Mown, until AND now CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

which will be located the kitchen the end was expected hourly. EYEGLASSES have a national

and dining rooms. The house is now Before her marriage about a year icputation town and city, and tbrougnout are used the iu south.every ELLWOOD FENCING _

going through a complete overhauling ago, Mrs. Moorehead was :Miss Kate These famous glassed are used by the H
best class of people iu all *
communi-
preparatory to its opening in the fall. Pindar, of this city and she was ties.
They are old
only by merchantsof
The fact that most of the five rooms twenty-one :years of age. Besides a recognized reliability, of whom A Full Line of Everything Usually Carricd'
there Are now over 11,000 tit @,
above spoken of have been leased fora devoted husband she leaves a father, these goods and handling
; when it is remem-
term of years speaks well for the mother and several brothers to mourn bered that there is only oue agent in First Class Hardware Store. .
her death. town, the wonderful demand for them .
future of our city. can be somewhat appreciated.For DOORS AND BLINDS
The funeral occurred late Saturday sale by SASH, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING' SUPPLIES'COMPANY

The prettiest and most upto-date afternoon, Rev. I. W. Ogle, of the DR. W')1. \XDERSOS.Never .
Hue of box paper for ladies' correspondence .
Methodist church, officiating. The Peddled.FOLEYSIIOlffiYANDTAR.
can be had at Tydings & MARIONXHARDW
Company's and the prices are reason- body was laid to rest in the old ceme- .

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, HERE ORE THERE. I P.IOPHETS OF CALAMITY.In I N. A. Blitch, Montbrook., r A Helpless Child I MASTEH'S_SM.E.BY i
.' WE.
A. C. Bbunt Jr., Pensaeola. A week and puny child is badly A 'ArTHOklTY A K.XAL DBCRHK "i
chanetry made by H-m. Jaiuca W IAcke. '!
E. A Crawford .
!1'I nomination of the Hon. Chicago the other day Dr. Frank Midway.D. handicappsd in the battle of life. It sitting as ou:of the Jad"e*of the' Catted Mat**
The Henry U. Fletcher, Jacksonville.W. is isolated from the Circuit Court in ace-uin chancery cat tatfly -0
Lydston said that the Americanswere healthy enjoyments tending in the t'nited Slate Circuit CHt IK
Q. Davis at the age of eighty-one W. Partner: ; Fernandina.
HAVE of its little fellow-beings. It the southern Di-tnct Florida la whwfl Mttff i
fast becoming a nation of crim- Warren E. Anderson Pensacola. H P. Ikal is Craplaiaant and Perry H NIII.at "
the door of ,
for vice-president opens cannot either of their
; partake playor as administrator etc rt al are DcfrwfetU ;

* hope to Mr. Bryan for forty more inals and degenerates. George L. Bahl, Jacksonville. their steady work and progress in the undesigned u matter p.u Jtar ***. appointed -
by the COurt..m CXDOM for tai. aid ,
of activity. According to some men, and very C. D. Clough, Lakeland.C. the world; its whole life is embitteredby sell to the highest bidder for cu1l. onilinddH -
political
.' years TOO 0. Codrington De Land. the i'"i dtin it/ i KI/U< /hi.
.". often the wisest men of the times, incapacity and weakness. between the hour uf n a lIS.'lld I p.m .'sM.1day.
Mrs. J. K. Austin, her little daugh WLLLmiam Hocker, Ocala. who to becomea in front of the south door ot the court DOOM
Any women
the world has been growing worse expects in the city of OcaU. :Marion county Hervit. tae
, ter, Miss Jean Austin and her mother, Herbert L. Dodd, Lake City. mother ought to know what Dr.Piercs's mortgaged premises described ia Mid dacrtc
ever since the beginning of time. In- The committee met in Jacksonvilleyesterday Iowit.11 that certain piece or parcel of U*d
MANY
t. Mrs. Kellog have gone to St. Paul, 1 Favorate Prescription will do situate lying and being in thi> township ftfierv
deed, it was better at the dawn of for the purpose of organi- both for her own health and safety- (151] south. range twenty-one [zsj] ra,tia MarfcM
where will of toutb half
Minnesota they spened county. State Florida.lo-wll: The
creation than it has ever been since. zation. :Messrt. W. K. Zewadski and durind her time of trial and also is in- of the southeast quarter ot ectlon ,...t."eti;
f several months with relatives. William Hocker members from this {(6.] and the west half of Mction twenty-tit (4J
In his interesting book on The SHIRTS! sure her in bequeathing a fair meas- and the north h ill of the southeast quart of

f T. W. Smith & Co., now have the Social Unrest," John Graham Brooks county were in attendance.The re of health and strength th the prospective quarter section twenty of the seven southwest[*?.] and quarter the of touthMit.ie tiM

for the little one. wentv-three [jj] and all the right title ai
Victory sewing- ma-
Work of
Taliaferro! the
fj agency Dr. at
: says that when Jefferson became interest defendants in said can e ia the nwith-
This is first class machineand west quarter 01 the*outhe .t quarter of secwtwentythree *
chines. a of Florida.On
.
: president, "the entire conclave of University Mr. M. 51. Little has gone to Northern [23J and the southwest quarter.f '
those in need of one will do well April 29 Dr. Taliaferro placedin he southwest quarter of section tweatjr-tkrc
t I scholars as well as the whole busi- Georgia to remain until the first (23.] or so much thereof a* may be neccMiry to

to call and inspect the Victor'. hor- the hands of the board of trusteesof pay the amount Decreed to the complataant
ness world of New England was CLIFFORD ANDKRSOM.
of August. He will then go to St.
Master J{ 1"-- -
JYo Col. W. N. Camp is in Suffolk, Va., rifted at the prospect of political control ---'- the University of Florida his resgi- Louis to spend two weeks at the Exposition -

nation to take effect at the pleasureof
,
having gone there to meet his wife by the common people. At aNew before returning home. NOTICE APPLICATION FOR PERMITTO

York dinner Alexander Hamilton the board. On June 22 this resig- SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER.
who
and daughter, Miss Lucy Camp,
said "Your sir i nation was accepted, and Dr. Tal
have just returned from abroad. : people, your :
MAURICE STRAUSS DOING
is beast." Fisher iaferro received the warmest expressions WHEREAS as Straus &ce., has filed with
a great
They will return to Ocala next week. people, Would rather you had a few,
the Board of County Commissioner for Mart**
Adams said in 1S03 that the countryhad of favor for the success with county. Fla.. his application for permit u wit

Mr. Frank Harris, president of the become "too big for union, too so for the next ten days, July, which he managed the affairs of the I of liquors said county wines and and beer state in;Election any citizen District of .one.ch

Lemon Bay Fruit Company, who own sordid for patriotism, too democraticfor school and the marked advancementthe be.election at the district meeting may of the chow board uute.to it be any held there..

Sarasota in Manatee 9th to 19th Jonday,the ist day ot Augu't nut. why iiitb
near school has made under his wise
property liberty.." President Dwight, of permit should not be granted.

county went down to that place Wednesday Yale college, said: "We have a I direction. During the administrationof Clerk of the Board of County SISTRCNK Commijoncr,

You can have your pick of Marion county, Fla. 74
on business for the company. :: country governed by blockheads and Dr. Taliaferro the school's success -

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The Tampa Tribune predicts that knaves; can the imagination paint any shirt in our store for5Octs has been greater than for' any NOTICEA.

previous period. He has placed into
dreadful on this side
Gen. Albert Gilchrist will be speakerof anything more
effect reforms, has added to the nse- E. Delouest administrator with witt a.-
"
in
the next house of representatives, of hell? In his fast day sermon nexed of Ed. Delouest give notice that oa Hintk

and that four hence he will be 1S20: Channing said: "We live in fulness of the institution to the young day of Sei/temler i>v,
years he will present his accounts and voucher t.the
the leading candidate for governor. times which have no parallel in past men of the state, and at the same NOTICE. cousty judge for final settlement and uk fwa
discharge. This 9th day of March. 1434
time has demonstrated to the
ages, in times when human characterhas peopleof A E OELOUEJT.
Of Application for Tax Deed rnder Section 8 311 em 6m Administrator Etc.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and children the state that the school has
almost assumed a new form;, in a of. hapter 488, Laws of Florida

have gone to Hickory' N. C., to spendthe times of pecular calamity,thick dark- (For Men Only.) great future. Dr. Taliaferro" is to remain NOTICE IS .hEREBY purchaser GIVEN ot Tax THAT Certificates W. C. NOTICE.Of .

summer with Mrs. Mclver's ness and almost despair. The dangeris for some time at Lake City N(s. 104. 112. 115 and, 254. dated the 2nd
day of June, A. I). 1902. has filed said cer
father, Dr. McIntosh. Early in the so vast, so awful, so obvious that before leaving to work in other edu- tificates in my office and has made application Application for Tax Deal Under Section .
Run ooc. !>4c. 79c. 85c. OSc. 1.23 for tax deed to issue in accordancewith of
Chapter 4SSS,Jaws Florida.
Mclver will to St. Louis cational fields. He is to meet Dr.
fall Mrs. go the blindness, the indifference which law. Said certificates embrace the follow.
ing described property situated in Marion coun IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. C.
to spend a couple of weeks. prevail, argue infatuation, and give Sledd and give him his hearty and ty. Florida towit: NOTICE: .purchase'of tax certificate No. 1141 '
Northeast quarter of southeast quarter of section dated the 6th day of August. A. D. 1900. hag
room for apprehension that we never Come early and cordial cooperation in organizing the 6. west half of southwest quarter of section made application for tax deed to issue ia accordance .
Tne dissolution of the Populist i 25 west half of southwest quarter of section 28. with law. said certificate embrace
can rouse ourselves to those efforts get: the best for work for the coming year, and enabling township 12. range 25. and southeast quarter of the following described property situated ia
party is, it seems, a certainty. Its nonhwest quarter of section 34 township 13 Marion county. Florida. to-wit:
by which alone the danger can be the new president to become range 25 east. Lot 15 of Bailey's'' sub. of east half of aouth
two former- prominent factors, The said land being assessed at the date of the east xuarter section 2'f.townsdip '5. range 21
averted." familiar with each department of the I issuance of such certificates in the names ot H.& The said land being assessed at the date 01 the
Weaver and Tillman, were delegatesto fimns. FIFTY CTS. Harp. W. P. Cheatham. Dexter Hunter issuance of such certificate in the name of party
Mr. Brooks says that if the opinionof school. The people of Lake City and Unknown. Unless said certificates shall be unknown. Unless said certificate ball be re
the national convention of the redeemed according to law tax deed will issue deemed according to law tax deed wiU issue
twenty of the wealthiest and best have become attached to Dr. and thereon on the i6th day of August A.D. 1904. thereon on the and day of August. D. 1404.
democatic party last week.-Jacksonville Witness mv official signature and seal this Witness my official signature and seal this the
known citizens of New England had Mrs. Taliaferro, and will regret their the 12th day of July, A D. 1<)04. 39th day of June, A. D 1094.S.T.
Metropolis. 7 i5C S. T. SISTRUNK.Cl'k. SISTRUNK.
.
been asked at any time during the '--v.- departure from among them.TimesUnion. ..,Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. 71 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holstein and two administrations of Jefferson and _ 4

baby, who have been spending some probably of Madison as well,it is safe Fletcher Wins Cha rmanship. NOTICE.Of ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

THE
time in Ocala left Wednesday for to that of them would Special to the Ocala Banner.
say eighteen Jacksonville Application For Tax Deed Under Section IS GIVES THAT SON; THiS
NOTICE
Georgia, where Mr. Holstein will buy have thought the country was goingto July 9-The state 8 of Chapter 4SSi Laws of Flonda. day nf January, A. U 1905 aahe
administrator with the wt:! annesed of the
is democratic executive committee in IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ILIFF estate Mrs. Eliza deceased. I will
market of
melons. After the exhausted NOTICE Keep.
the dogs. RACKET H. Conger. purchasers of tax
and final and bud
present my petition report
session here today elected Duncan U. certificate No. 2177. dated the 6th day of August.A. .
be administrator the
will return to their o discharged a* sub to
they .
And so it has been almost in every D. 1000. have filed said certificate in my Hon. Robt. Bullock county judge for Marion
Fletcher, of Jacksonville, for chair- office and have made application for tax deed to
W.
Marrietta S. C. returninghere county, Florida. E. ALLEN.
home at ,
Phil-
it with Wendell
decade; so was issue tn accordance with law. Said certincate Admr.with will annexed.
man, and Herbert A. Dodd, of Lake embraces the following described property situated
next winter. in Faneuil hall "I am June Jjrd J<)o4. 6 24
lips saying : COMPANY. in Marion county. Florida to-wit:
.. City, secretary. Several committeeswere Commencing at a point 428% feet south of
asked to say uod bless tIle commonwealth I : notrheatt corner of northwest quarter of northeast
Miss Sue Barco left last night for I NOTICE.In .
I appointed. One consisting of I quarter section 28. township 17. range 26,
her home in Ocala much to the regret of Massachusetts. I thence south 891 feet. west 1320 feet. nonh 953
THE STOSE WITH THE YELLOW FSOCT. nine members to conduct the coming feet. east 620 feet.south 61% feet, east 700 feet to the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
of her many friends. On the night I say God damn the commonwealth of point of beginning: 2-3 water. Florida. Marion collnt,. in Chaucer,.
'fJ.1 -- campaign. Another was appointedto Thesaid iand being assessed at the date of
before her departure a delightful fare- I Massachusetts," to our own time the :ssuanceof such certificate in the name of CharlesCooman.: Com lair.tant.v s. Jane C. Cae- -
well party was tendered her at the The New Democratic Executive Com suggest legislative amendments to L M. Hudson. Unless said certificate shall be mau.Defendant.
when because of the prevalence of redeemed according to law tax deed will issue
ORDERED
_4 Everglade hotel by Mr. Howard and mittee. the present primary law. thereon on the isth day of August. A. ")1904. IT IS named be THATITHE and she i* hereby DEFENDANT required

other friends.-Miami Evening Metro. crime, the spread of political cor- Alachua-J. F. McKinstry, jr., nth Witness day of my July.official A.D.signature 1904. and seal ths the I to pt>*nr tl)'he";\1 0' -mpl.int in this caue _-_

polis. ruption and the devotion of our people Gainesville. Mr. Peyser's Generous Gift. 7-tS S.T. SISTRUNK. on or before Monday the

Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co..Fla. l>f day of A Ufflut,A. D.,1904,
Miss Barco altered her plans and to material goods: the downfall of Baker-H. J. Rhodes, Maccelenny. Mr. Chas. Peyser has made a It is further ordered that a copy 01 this ordere

will not return home for several the republic is declared to be ati i Bradford-A. V. Long, Starke. special box of Grand Royals (extra NOTICE.Of weeks published in the Ocala once a Banner.week for four cuntrcutive>

Brevard-W. J. Tucker, Ft. Pierce. Done at Ocala. Florida. this the 23rd day of
weeks yet. hand. large size) which he will give to the I June.[ A. D.,1904.

The department of public works at But at no time in the history of the Calhoun-W. B. Clark, Marysville. winning ball team. The Ocala Ban- Application For Tax Deed Under Section (ISBAL] Clerk S.T. SISTRUNK.Circuit Coatt.
Inverness.
I Citrus-J. M. Young, 8 Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida.

Jacksonville is busy setting out palmetto i United States has there been more Clay-S. :M. Hendrix, Green Cove ners having won the first inning are NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. D. H. L. Anderson Complaint Solicitor. ;

purchaser of Tax Certificate No.
and is Jacksonville tolerance, more loyalty, more learn- Springs. putting up the expectations of a big
trees making 346 dated the 2nd day ot J line. A.D 191-2.has NOTICEIn
Columbia-J. W. Hatcher, Lula. filed said certificate in ray office and has made
one of the prettiest cities in the ing or more patriotism. smoke. application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
.. Dade-E. N. Dimick, West Palm law Said certificate embraces the following
south. The palmetto is a beautfful described property situated in Marion county the Ciruit; Court of the Fifth Judicial CIrcuit *
Excellent authorities agree that ina Beach. Keeping His Hand In. .Florida to-wit: i of Florida. in and for Marion County -

tree, particularly appropriate to our De Sota-W. E. Leitner, Arcadia. And now Duncan Fletcher wantsto Southwest quarter of southwest quarter, section fn Chancery.
thunder storm-notwithstanding $1.township 14. range 22.
state, and, when properly planted, is Duval-P. A. Dignan, Jacksonville. The said land being assessed at the date of M. B. Lanier, Complainant vs. Jennie Lanler,
the cold and backward spring violent Pen- be chairman of the state commit- the issuance ofsuch certificate in the name of Defendant.
M. Muldon
to live. Ocala's department of Escambia ames party unknown. Unless said ceitificate shall
easy electric disturbances may come on at sacola. tee. Does the oldest inhibitant remember be redeemed accordinr to law tax deed will: T T IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
public works should proceed to get issue thereon on the isth day of August A. D. J- herein named. Jrnnie Lanier be and she i.I
any time-the middle of the room is Franklin-H. J. Grady, Apalachicola. when Fletcher was not a 1904. hereby required tu appear to the bill of com.
busv. Witness mv official signature and seal this the plainant in this cause on or before Monday the
,; much the safest place in the house.A I I candidate for something-Lake City 9th day of July A. 0.1904. stA day&pttlftl/lr. .A.D.. 19i4.

irs. E. M. Howard entertained the Gadiden-P. P. McKeown, Con- Tnrlov 7-15 ,, ,, .S._T. SISTRUNK..iert ,,_ It i*further ordered that a copy of this order
carpeted floor, or one covered by a "",,"VA.. ,"." 1- circuit' : V.OUIT u->l"nuu' .. ria.0' '- u"L-' __u r L. u.I,
DC puoiisnea: once wecK LOT cigni consecuuv *
Daughters of the Confederacy in a cord.
---------- weeks in the the Ocala Ba"ner.
j thick rug is better to stand on than Hamilton-Charles D. Tuten, Jas Witness my hand and official teal this the JOlla
manner Friday after. Prize Winners at the Bowling: Alley.
most agreeable
NOTICE. of A D..
day June, 1904
bare wood. It is well to keep
away
' t' It was the regular monthly per. The prize winners at the bowling [SEAL] s T. SUTRTWK.
noon. Clerk Circuit Court.
\ CARLOS I. Slsnt' K.
In
and out of cellars. Clarke Tam-
from chimneys Hillsboruogh- Knight,
for the month Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Com:>laiJ11.S Solicitor. t 24
, 4 meeting of the chapter but on account alley ending Saturday
the open air tall trees are dangreous.A 8 of Chapter 4SS3. Laws of Florida. i
of the rain not a great many pa.Hernando George C. Martin, July 9th are as follows: Messrs. IS HEREBY: GIYiN THAT W. p.1 NOTICE OF
low tree DISSOLUTION.
. person sheltered under a NOTICE :
purchaser of Tax Certificate
: were present, but those that were Brooks ville. Knight, first prize,score 25j; Carlisle,, No 24!. dated the 2nd day of June. A. D. l<)Ol.
or shrub, thirty or forty feet from a has filed sail certidcate and has
Holmes-H. Whitaker Potola. in mv office
there had a very enjoyable afternoon. second prize, score 233; Ditto, third made application for tax deed to issne in accor THE FIRM OF BCRTON. BRADSHAW&CO.
large and lofty tree, is quite safe. If Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, Marianna. dance with law. Said certificate embraces thefollowinz day dissolved by mutual consent. Mea
4 prize, score 230. described situated in Marion n C. H. Burton and F.I..Brad.haw having sold
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cam and Misses lightning strikes in'the immedi'atevicinity I county. Florida. to-wit property: their interest in said business to the remaining
The firm in the future will be conducted
Margaret and Mamie Taylor, who I it will hit the high tree with Jefferson-J. M. Lamar, Monticello. At the Armory. i Lot Section said land 17. township assessed 13 range the z.date partners.under the name of Reyuold &CotODao v.

T n'n.-"H' >.-Y"onh U.n11vJ.4La : l\rl1.'O.... 1'1-The .. c _.being__._ __ __._ ,_ac.L_ ____ oiuc Did romnanv assuminzall liabilities and witcoflectaUn1ebtednessdaesaidrui.
weeks at the ,VLI.c-11.Jc:1.fl4 u>>.v.-ov" -" v. : I33U&UI.C 01 aura tcruucaic >u LUC uaiuc Ul
two
: have spent the past few exceptions. Water is a very Friday night at the Rifles Armorythe Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed The part
Lake-L. E. Dozier, Leesburg. nersofthe firm being D. Reynolds Lynne
deed will issue
to
Louisana Purchase exposition returned good conductor, and it is well to Lee-J. F. Shands, Fort Myers, young society people enjoyed an thereon on according the ijth day law of August.tax A. D. 1904 Pla.D C.I.ee Dothnn. Ala.. nit P COMPANY.
Vienna.Ga. REYNOLDS
home Saturday afternoon. They avoid the banks of streams in aio- Leon-Fred T. Myers, Tallahassee. informal dance. Mr. Leon Fishel the Witness 9th day my of July official A. D.signature 1904.!' and seal this Lynne Fla., May 2Sth 1904.ADMINISTRATORS'.

were in St. Louis at the time the ent thunder storm. Levyg. Phillips, Williston. played for the dancing and the evening Clerk 7 17 Circuit,Court S.Marion T SITSRCNK Co.. Fla

National Educational Association Liberty-J. E. Roberts, Bristol. was very pleasant.The NOTICE.

convenened there. Thousands of The Seaboard Air Line Railway has Madison-Not elected yet. NOTICb.
:
Manatee-Dr. John 0. Brown, Sar- Club House yesterday fed forty IS HEREBY GIVK.N; THAT WIU.
teachers were in attendance and a borrowed $75,000,000 from the Conti- NOTICE 12th. 1904. present to Hon.
asota. people for dinner. This is rapidly VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Marion
big meeting was held. Mr. and Mrs. nental Trust Co., of New York City, Marion-W. K. Zewadski, Ocala. *.' co-partnership heretofore existing under the county Florida toy account aud voucher* for
becoming known to the traveling firm name of Gamble. Knight & Co.. at Dunn. final settlement as administrator of the estate
Cam and Ithe Misses Taylor greatlyenjoyey and has given a mortgage to secure \Ionroe-George W. Reynolds, Key ellon. Fla., is this day dissolved. All account of E. M Henderson deceased and will ask tor
public as one of the best kept hostelries due the firm are to be paid to Gamble & North a final discharge as such administrator. Dated
their trip. the same on all of its properties. West. and liabilities has been paid by the firm Gamble this March n. 1904-
Sauls Callahan. in the state. Knight & Co. L. W. KNiGHT, W. T. HENDERSON. Admr.I .
J. H.
The mortgage makes a book of Nassau- 7 &.5t. W. E. GAMBLE. 6m Estate of F.. M.Henderson, Deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Brinson Orange-W. L. Palmer, Orlando.
thirteen printed pages and will haveto the fruit
Two recent recruits into
Oxford Lancaster Kisssim-
returned to their home at Osceola-J. A. ,
be recorded in all the counties NOTICt. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE
business in Ocala yesterday
shipping
Friday, after a brief visit here with. mee.

Mrs. Brinson's mother, Mrs. Wade. through which the Seaboard passes. Pasco-M. J. Dooner ,San Antonio. received returns from 150 barrels of Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec-

-- --- i tion 8 4SS3 Laws of Florida. -N THE 4TH DAY OF ACCCST. 1904, TH8
Polk-Max Reif. which netted them nearly $400. Chapter
pears wilt her accounts and
attended a family _, undersigned present
they
On Thursday The action of the Colorado author- Putnam-F. J. Fernside, Palatka. i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT P.T. vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge
Eureka it being the 84th purchaser of tax certificates and ask tor a final settlement and discharge as
reunion at ities in deporting riot leaders from Santa Rosa Ernest Amos, Milton.St. Senator Cockrell came very near SOil Tvi-and 794. dated the 6th cay of August administratrix of the eMit of Julia t. JOBS-

of Mr. Brinson's father, Mr.J. in Johns-Albert H. Mickler St. AD 1900. and No. 3925. dated August 5, son,,deceased this 4th day of February.. ,*H.
,
birthday struck
the state has a parallel every day being br political lightning. 1901 has filed said certificate in my office FRANCES A. HOW&K.
There were fifty relatives and has made application tor tax deed to issue 2 tem 6m Adn1 l1lltratnl. -
S. Brinson. the action of police authorities in Augustine. He was run over by a boy on a bi- in accordance with law. Said certificates embrace 5 -

occasion was a Sumter-Not elected yet. the described situated
and the following property
present giving"vags" and other objectionable Suwanee-J. J. Platt Lancaster. cvcle. _. _ 1 1I I in Marion county. Florida. to-wit:
rembered and enjoyableone. I. North halt of northwest quarter and south ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CREDITORS
long to be characters notice to leave town with- Taylor-W. T. Hendry.YolusiaJames The labor party has control of Australia -i halt of northwest quarter of northeast quarter, .
; '. south. east.
section township
4 range 23
_ in a reasonable time. W. Perkins, De- and the ministry is" moving The said 34. land being assessed at the date of the IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO CRED-

Mr. Vernon Clyatt is now locatedon ---------- Land- issuance of such certificates in the name of NOTICE legatees distributees and all persona
lines. said certificates shailbe
conservative Unknown. Unless
along on very the
a farm near Canton, N. C. He is Governor Jennings has at last done Waukulla-Nat R. Walker, Craw- redeemed ancording to law tax deed will having F.daims Edwards.or demands deceased against to present e tattwJonn the
issue thereon on the 8th day of Aug. A. D. 1904. win be barred
two and a half miles from a railroadbut one act of public benefit and for such fordville. In the course of time the Fourth of Witness my official signature and seal this the same this the within rd day two of years February 01 they 1904.
3
DeFuniak i 5th day of July.A. D.Igo. C. EDWARDS.
C. McSween DOt -Y
Walton-J.
has the advantage of a daily should be commended. He has July will catch up with the civil war C8 S. T. SISTRUNK. 6t AdmiDitratrll.fOlmKIDNEYCURE.
Springs.WashingtonW.W.Jones. Clerk Circuit Court Marion County ilorida.FOLFO4FXATAR. 15
.t 1 maU. He says he is feasting on fried caused a reduction of the state tax 1 Chipley. in its total of dead and wounded.The r

chicken, fresh buttermilk and clabber from 3 mills to one-half of one mill, Members at large:

-items of food especially palatableto and he is entitled to all chariatble J. W. Adams, Sanford. populist don't have to stable .

Kissimmee. "dark horses. Curt1. Pr*.. Pneumonia r'es: 4ChlllYS got4 CI.f" B'- \
J. M.
a Florida cracker. consideration.-Miami Metropolis. Bryan, ..



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Fatal Raid on Gambling Howe .

:: In That City. ,: 1 : WE ARE LEADERS

t DEPUTY SHERIFF IS SHOT DEAD
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Another Lies In a Dying Condition -- '
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Sensational Shooting Affray Occur IN ,
n Between Police and Gamblers in the -4 .
IS
.- Tennessee '
City.

Memphis, TeniL, July 13.-'noma5
J. McDermott, the deputy sheriff who FANCY GROCERIES !
iras shot through the abdomen in a
raid on a gambling house on Desoto -- .
street last night, lies in a dying condition .-....-
at the city hospital today. -- .....
Houston Mitchell, another deputy, :: W3' ::
was shot dead in the rooms of the .... -
'
resort. !E .... -
Warrants were Issued for the arrest __

of ry Deggs George Hartley., charging Honan Harry murder Mike Keene Haggerty and and shooting George Har- F Every now and then some competitor "hops in" i.:

with intent to kill These men who ,
are well known gamblers surrendered
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to Jail.McDermott the sheriff, in today a statement and are cow:to the in % and tries to dispute our right to the leadership, but | :

police said that Honan shot him. ,
The direct causes leading up to last --

I I '. on night's recently low tragedy crap conducted dives.was by a deputy series of sheriffs raids L close adherence to our motto, "The Quality Governs |

The resort of Desoto street was raided
only a few days ago and many ar -e.

lights rests appeared were were at extinguished made.the place When last an4the the night officers shooting the the Price," has placed us SO FAR in the lead that | '.

began. The statement that Ho ,
nan shot McDennott Is borne out by

of Deputy well Honan the known raiding Sheriff Haggerty to party.the Shoultz sporting and, who Deggs fraternity was are on alJ** E they are now glad to scramble for second place. 3-- "


.. of the entire south. They conduct I ....... -

several complicity Honan establishments was In election recently troubles in indicted this city.in the fof = Besides a complete line of staple and fancy goods, we 3 .

ninth ward. As a result of a riot
In this ward a commission of public -- .....

safety A,meeting was composed formed.of this of 50 committee leading citizens has would call your attention to a few late arrivals:

been called to investigate last night's
shooting affray. ......

BIG FAMILY REUNION. [ Jello and Tryphosa, All Flavors, .

Gathering Was Attended by More Than
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Jackson family, Miss.2,000 reunion, Persons.July was.-A held vunique 'at y Elbow Macaroni and Imported Spagetti

Silver Creek Pike county last week ....
which was attended by more than .
,000 were the persons direct, over descendants one-hat of of whom Chas. Rhubarb for Pies in 3lb. cans 25c
Smith! and George Alford, two pioneers It;
who settled In that neighbor I
hooa nearly 100 years ago.
The Smiths and Alfords have grown and .
Asparagus
: Asparagus Tips-Fine. I
arc. multiplied: with astonishing, rapidity : :::
during the past century and have '
rayed a" remarkable penchant for .H .
intermarriage, within ,tne bounds ofrra E ;> .
:closely;cn, until Interlaced the family that ties the are esta'jJifhment novtc .: : ; / Pint and Half Gallon Fruit Jars.wwvwwwn 1

of relationship among soma --- --
of tHe members is a very perplexing --
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prchlem. wrvw vwwvvwvwww-wv
F'HJd was provided in abundance for EE >
noro: than 2,000 persons and two crassbar. !!

the 3s tay.x::r discoursed from One Houston of the music,Smiths Tex.tc trroughouttne came delivera all A WORM WEATHER SUGGESTION !

ternncn at the reunion, and anothertraveled E I :
; from Florida in order to partic.i6te. .. j
Six generations were repre- / .......
n-iited at the gatheang.r .
WATER UNFIT T ODRINK. During the warm summer months, instead of broiling over _

State Chemist-McCandless- So Pronounces a hot cook stove making up soup, try our Canned Soups, They -- :

.r Columbus' Water Supply. ,

Columbus river, Ga1.water, ,July even 13.chatta.hooebee wnen taken; are thoroughly cooked and the only work in preparing them forE .
from a point north of the cityf Cotht-
Jj-abus, where it is fie from the table is pouring them into hot water ?:
They
contamination of the ctvs sewers, 13 are put up by .
unfit for .
: drinking pn poses in theL'C --

opinion Cana-ess of, State Ctemk John .M. ) ...: : the best cooks in the country and are highly flavored with everything / :

Recently a sample of yatf-r taken ... .
from Highlands the river was a sent mile Mr.north McCandJess of Noith :; : that goes to make a palatable dish We have both the
t for examination. His analysis has .
been received,and with this comment: -- -
use"Sample of alum.filtered I cannot in laboratory recommend by domestic and imported productions in the following flavors: :; '

I I the use Captain of this Dockery water." Dead. : Chicken, Turtle, Beef, Veal, Tomato, Okra,, Vermicelli, Etc, .

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Lawrence, Kans.,
July 13.-W. F.ar :: ....
Dockery, who, during the civil w ; TRY A FEW CANS. : --41 _
was captain of the gunboat DeSoto I olthe __
Atlantic blockading squadron, is .....

1 dead Rome at Reports his July home 13.-At Are here.Discredited.the aged Japanesejatlon S9 years.ile- I WM/VW*MMM****MMMM AWAwAA5 :: 1

here it -4 "a.
was learned today that
there is no truth in the
in the United States report that Japan published I FINE GROWN
,had protested to Italy against the I FLORID BALED HAY: .
transferring of Signor Melegari, the I .
I Italian minister at Tokio,to St. PetersI - I
burg, for his pro-Japanese attitude. On ---
the contrary the Italian governmentconsulted
on the subject with the I
government -
at Tokio which replied ttu THE TEAPOT '
,' it had no objection to the transfer GROCERY :
of SIgnor :Melegari to the Russian cap
ital. The
Japanese legation officialshere : -
say there is no truth In the further -- -4-
report that the Japanese minister ---,
at Rome would withdrawn. I _\i .

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