The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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; ""r"r"r"'r"r"r"r'tr"r"r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r"r"r"r"" " " " " : A JElPElHESE PARTY.Miss STARS TOOK THE RUBBER. the Banners was weakened by players HERE AND THERE

s leaving the city. The Ocala people ..l.Ir. .
E TAKEDaniel's .

Johnnie Liddon Entertains Very By a Close Score Our Namesake Was have attended these games and enjoyed ) W. \l.I Ross, of I line*, U ivgi. f

I Tonic Pills | ,Elaborately tor Miss Colclough Defeated. ] them, especially as they have tered at the Ocala House. i.

interest in the players. The team F3I
and Miss Wooldridge. The .third game of the series between 3I
has put itself nearly out of debt by Mr. Stephen Jewett munwil tafft

: = For Malaria in all forms. No 3 Tuesday evening Miss Johnnie the two local teams was decided from .
; cure no pay. these games, and we trust that Tuesday a week' Imsi*** vWtt3 1

Liddon was the hostess at on e of the on the South Third street diamond further Port Tampa. "
: games will be arranged very i
10 ::: : ::
::: E most elaborate and lovel @ t parties Wednesday afternoon before an enthusiastic shortly. -- te
::t1_ -- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. nl't"ftll..ft l MM fz
r .. that has ever been given in Ocala. crowd. We regret to state
-_ : : ti_ : Cook Makes Another Confession. day for Henderwmville, Jf. C., to
-- -- The attractive guests of honor were that the team bearing our name was
." -, rP r Fred Cook, who is in jail implicated spend the summer I

-- /e/S\i, -- Miss Lucile Colclough, of Gainesville not able to be the conqueror. They in two murders, which recently {
'I, Miss Jean Teague refewtftl fame
=-= .. .:. / ,..... and Miss Claire Woolddrige, of 1 fought every step of the way and did occurred near Ocala, has made a i
Tuesday from
t q" 'C; 'J '1':.' I a visit U bet. pud./ f
I '" -_rr Tampa, who are visiting Mrs. not reconcile themselves to defeat second confession. He says that parents at Lady Cake
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.-.... -J Clarence Camp. until the last man was out in the ninth Allen Love and himself were confederates -- x..:

-- -J inning. and killed William Ruth, :Mr. D. W. Davis rvUinu horn i
The party was in the nature of a i
I the hack driver for the of Tuesday afternoon frow a vWt to hh
== purpose !
& The Stars
-r Japanese affair and in every detail I I i started off with a rush,
Or ---. ---- robbing him of the amount of family at Seabreeze.Dr. .
I --- !t I and had scored five runs before the moneyhe ...
1- this idea --
r -
pretty was beautifully car- ( carried ---
usually with him.
ried out. The entire house and the, ': Banners could get into the grrae. Baskin, of IhmnflHiu. WIN itt
| PO.STOFFICE DRUG STORE. He says that he got Ruth to drive
\ After the Banners got into the Ocala Tuesday
verandas were draped with quantitiesof game as wa also )I,. H. J. %
him out to a place near the Marion "
== Prescriptions receive careful attention.- in they came to within one run of tying Knight, of Crystal Hhw.
-- ------,--- -- bunting Japanese the score. Farms. At a certain place on the .:..__ i

red and yellowand intermingledwith road they overtook Allen Love, who Miss Rexle Todd will mihuUiiu her
jl1jl1jl jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl''ljl jtljl1jl1jlljl1jl1jiljl1jl1jl Many nice t
'.' snappy plays were made
bunting were sprays of got into the carriage. After passing young friends very deMglilfttlly, tomorrow
-, -" I I by players on both sides. Errors
- beautiful trailing ivy. Everywherewere the hammock, just east of the city afternon, it I 4fH; tor eight t
1ItJ.... < ,-- -- -, .= ,., were plentiful. Several clean hits
seen numbers of beautiful at a signal from Love. Cook drew birthday i
were also made. Vogt hit for three I
Japanese lanterns, they being the his pistol, placed it at the back of Dr. Dawson
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE I bases in the second inning. Bullock veterinary MWgMm of
only lights used and the effect produced Ruth's head fired him in- the
University of
and Jewett led in safe hits, each Florida at Lake 3 1

by the gorgeous decorationswas making three. stantly. As Ruth fell they caughthim City, is visiting in OeaU for a few

LANDS.If indeed beautiful. by the arm and shot him five days. .
Stars first to the bat. Vogt sawed
I Miss Iola Liddon, who wore a very I more times. They then took his -
out. Jewett was given base on balls. Mr. Clark Hunt, of JatkMHa\-U&e, It
handsome white silk gown, and Mr. money, a pair of brass knucks and
Morris made first on an error by in the city, having come to be preaentat _

you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or Jack Renfrow, of Quitman, Ga.; met short stop. Both tallied on Liddell's other articles. Cook told the officers Miss Johnnie Liddon' enl |arty

lease on royalty communicate with him. the guests at the door. drive past short. Wheeler was out that they could find these knucks last night. ;;

In and some letters concealed in a -----
the receiving line in the large
on a fly to shortwho threwtosecond i :
place in Love's house. The officers Rev. Charles M. Gray and familyof ;
parlors were the hostess, looking extremely catching Liddelll, making a double
found the articles, which were identified Petersburg, passed through
lovely a decollete gown,of
play. The Banners had .
Office next to Dr. Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla. only three Ocala Tuesday on their
white lace by Ruth's wife as positively way to
trimmed organdie; Dr. men to the bat this inning. Ford out
I to her deceased Sewaner, Tenn., to el j>end the rest of
belonging husband.
.- ._. .. Jim Dell, of GainesilleIiss; Col.- git,.her to first. Harris out third to the summer.

clough, who was most attractive in :
first. Peyser hit to deep short, who I Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten

USA ELIZABETH HASH, Local: Editor I I Mr. J. M. Jolly, of Gainesville, gown of white silk mull; )lr. ClarkeHunt : pulled it in. Stars 2, Banners 0. Years of Suffering."I Mr. C. C. Priest, of Anthony, a

roadmaster of the Atlantic CoastLine of Jacksonville; :Miss: Woold- Second inning. Martin hit a slow prosperous farmer and a comrade in

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. and Mr. A. L. Glass, train ridge, who was beautiful in a pompa one to short and made first. Little wish to say a few words in praise arms of the editor of thlr paper was

dour organdie, and Mr. W. T. Wheel I of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a plesant caller at our sanctum
master, were in Ocala Wednesday. hit co right field for one base. Bailey
Diarrhoea Remedy" says Mrs. Mattie
Mrs. II. S. Chambers has gone to They witnessed the Banner-Star er. fanned. Clark sacrificed. Vogt hit Tuesday.Mr. .
Burge, of Martinsville, Va. I suffered -
the mountains of North Carolina to f I game in the afternoon. After the guests had all assembled to deep right for three bases. Jewetthit Ralph Blrdsey who ha \\n
I from chronic diarrhoea for ten -
upend( a few months. I -P ; progressive whist was played, the to center. Vogt, :Martin and Lit spending the past ten day i if Ocala,
_. Mrs. Hall, Judge k daughter, years and during that time tried van
----- -- nine tables being on the large verandaand tle added three runs to the Star's the guest of the family of JaM fencer

\1 f. and 'Mrs.I William Brooks, of I wore a Florida delegation badge during I Morris ious medicines without obtaining any
the games were enthusiastically j score. : retired the side out I I Mr. W. L. Jewett, retunml Ui isle
the convention at St. Louis, and i permanent relief. Last summer one
Ocala and
visitors to ares I
Tampa, are
enjoyed. Instead of moving after from second to first. Bullock hit 1 home in :Macon, Ga., last night.Mr. .
guestt at the Ocala House, the only one that was pinned on her of my children was taken with cholera -
each game three hands were played safely past third but was caught try ,
dress. Florida felt and was very morbus, and I procured a bottle James W. Perkins, a 4t.N at-
f 1S Mr George K. Robinson is in Jacksonville before the progressions were made. ing to. steal second. Anderson was
greatly honored. of this remedy. Only two doses were torneV for the seventh judWal dretilt
there to be : Mrs. Camp and Messrs. Howard and retired on a fly to Little. Camp hit
having gone present required to give her entire relief. I and fortunate
at the repudlican conference in i r Mr. and Mrs. W.)I.-Coin, MissesLucile Harvey Clark acted as score keepers. I for one base and was left there when owner a very 0sl.H*
then decided to try the medicine sive in
that city Wednesday.The Standley and Mabel Knight, The gentlemen were each given small I Cole fanned out. Stars 5. Bannars 0. orange grove fJ eniy.
I II self, and did not use all of one bottle is at the Ocala House
Charlie Standley and Willie Knightwent Japanese parasols and the ladies 4 Neither side tallied in the third --.,
tight against the brick trust before I was well and I have never
to Lake Weir Wednesday afternoon small fans and as each game was won I inning. The Stars were retired i in since been troubled with that com airs.visiting: L. B. Tydings, who few bMtts
be for the of getting.
may purpose a yellow or a ref ribbon was attached two three her son, Mr. C. U.
to spend a few days at this one, order in the fourth. plaint. One cannot too much in Titling
cheaper material to throw at the beef
beautiful and popular resort.A to them. II For the Banners Peyser made firston favor of that wonderful medicine." for several days, returned to Iteti*
The ladies prize, a handsome 'Japanese I third baseman's error, stole This remedy I is for sale by all drug- edin Tuesday afternoon, whw with
Florida is almost unanimous for the plesant party spent Sunday at her
vase, was won by Miss Potter second and came home on Bullock's gists. dauhgter, Mrs. Stroud, ita I.i
the Continental, consisting of 3I r. I ja,
democratic ticket will --
so get no partof spending the
and a cut glass and silver mounted hit past third base. Bullock was summer.
that fund that is and Mrs. W. C. Lertz, Miss Cornelia I Death of Mr. Haines.
big campaign inkstand was captured by Mr. Roess. caught at second when Anderson hit
Ahlum and Mr. Alvin Ahlum and Miss Abbie McCarthy, who jfraja-
raised. Mr. C. A. Haines died at his homein
being to short. Anderson took secondon
Sara Whitfield won the prizeat ated
from St. Jo.ph's Aaktany at
their attractive guest :Miss Lucile
the advertisment table, which was a balk, was sacrificed to third by St. Augustine Monday night at the
Ros s Chambers, of Orange Lake, Ansley, of Thomasville, Ga.-Jacksonville St. Augustine several week ago awl
the advanced of He
Camp, was caught off third but age eighty-six.
arranged for those who do not play in
is in Ocala and since that time has be
spending a few days Metropolis.Miss n vitklnJ
cards. I the mix-up finally reached the home had been in feeble health for some
i* the guest of his uncle and aunt, friends at different plaee' Instate tM
time, but death came as a peaceful
Air. and Mrs. W. J. Chambers.Dr. Eleanor Cassidey, of Jackson- In the library the punch bowl was I plate by a beautiful slide Stars 5, returned home ueaday after
sleep, due to his ripe
Banners 2. age.
sonville after visit of ;
a several weeks stationed under a large Japanese ; noon.

T. C. Thompson, a prominent in Ocala with Miss Sallie Camp, left umbrella, from which were suspended I In the fifth inning Jewett circledI Deceased was born in Jefferson -- -

young physician of Jacksonville, wasa Wednesday for her home. Miss Cas small lanterns. This delicious beverage .I! the bases for the Stars. The Banner county, N. Y., moving with his Miss Edna Dozier returned home

1! family to St. Augustine about four Tuesday from a delightful vilt
could very
visitor in the city yesterday.-Tal- sidey has been extremely popular was dispensed by Misses Sallie boys not tally. However,
years ago. He leaves a widow, one of several weeks in Columbia and
Iahaee Harris and Bullock
., -IF\ Capital. among the young set and they hope Camp and her guest, Miss Eleanor Peyser, went
around the diamond in the sixth. son, Claude Haines of Tallahassee, Aiken, S. C. In Columbia the WM -
for frequent visits from her.
Cassidey, of Jacksonville, both of
> Miss Lucile Colclough, of Gaines-I For the Stare Little and Clark scored: and two daughters, Miss Sarah the guest of Dr. .and elm Harry C.
vine who has been the whom wore exquisite silk Japanesen .
When Judge Parker is elected it Stars 8, Banners 5. Haines and a married daughter, who Dozier and in Aiken she was entertained -
of Mrs. Clarence for several costumes, one wearing pink and one
Camp safe to say that Captian Hillman will j Both sides were blanked in the was Miss Eva Haines before her by Miss Fannie Rogew, formerly
blue. In their coiffures they worelarge
days returned home Wednesday. have a voice in the distribution of seventh. Peyser and Bullock scored marriage several years ago. The de of this city.
> pink and blue chrysanthemumsB

)Ir. Arthur S. Harris, of Savannah, what federal plums the and tiny fans.Refreshmenrs. ,i for the Banners in the eighth, and 3 ceased was a carpenter and lived in Mr. H. C. Gates, Ocala' popular)

a popular traveling man is in the city president may have at his disposal, in the eighth, and the next three this city for many years, moving wagon and carriage maker and alder
were served after the
for a couple of days and is registeredat and by all the natural rights and proprieties men were retired on flies to the in from here to St. Augustine several man for the first ward has
games by Misses Caro Liddon, GraceHatchell jut re*
the Ocala House. he should have.-Penacola field. The Stars could do nothing. years ago. ceived a handsome
and Annie Mathews, who new automobile.It .

Journal. Stars 8, Banners 7. Cured of Bright's Disease. is a Queen and is a beauty. Ocala
were also dressed after the fashion of
Mrs. W. L. Ditto, who has been I
Mr. R. A. Burford returned home i Morris and Liddell added two more l now has numberless automobile anti
several weeks with friends i the Japanese. Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.
pending I!I
for the Stars in the ninth. The
; in Ocala returned to her home in : Wednesday afternoon from Troy, :Miss Liddon's guests included the i i i runs Y., writes: "Before I started to use they give our streets a most eWfled

Ala. He had intended accompanying :: Banners came very near scoring in Foley's Kidney Crue I had to get up appearance.

Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. his wife and daughter, Miss following: I I I their half of the ninth. Ford was from twelve to twenty times a night, The -club- .-
reading met with Mm, C.C. .
Misses Colclough, Wooldridge Cat'
s- and I was all bloated with
S. A. Rawls, who accompanied Mary, to the World's Fair at S caught between third and home and up dropsyand Tood
sidey, Camp, Valeta Potter, MonaHiller my eyesight was so impaired I Tuesday afternoon. Mta
': his wife and baby to Mrs. Rawls' old Louis but on account of the sicknessof I j ended the game with the result 10 t ocould Minnie Gamsby and Misa Sara
of Harrl
Esther Weathers, Georgia scarcely see one my family
home In Nebraska several weeks little Agnes Burford they detained I((7 in the Star's favor.
ago were Smith, Polly Williams, Beatrice Sin across the room. I had given up were on the program, the former

returned home Wednesday.Mr. in Troy but will go St. Louis clair, Ethel Robinson, Meta Jewett, !j' Batteries, Stars, Clark and Liddell. hope of living, when a friend recom reading an article on German "Romancers

later. Banners, Moore and Ford. mended Foley's Kidney Cure. One

and Mrs. Arthur Clark commended :Mary and Rebecca Anderson J. Edith Following is the score by innings. 50ct. bottle worked wonders and be and Romanticists and the

housekeeping yesterday in After several weeks spent in this Piatt, Sara Whitfield, Annie Davis, fore I had taken the third bottle the latter, an article on "Tfce Pafen
Banners 0 00203020 7
y a city as the guest of Miss Christine dropsy had as well as all othersymptoms Play." Next week 3II* Wtttlxw
their rooms at Mrs. Juhan's on Ft. : Eulalee and Eloyse Izlar, Mrs. Stars : 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 10 gone

King avenue. Richards, Miss Louise Harris, the Clarence Camp, )Irs.IalloI'). Liddon1 :NOTES. of Bright's disease.- will entertain the club.
Postoffice Drug Store.
charming daughter of Hon. Frank :\ and Mrs. F. L. Watson, Mr. and Maj. T. C. Hall took
Mr. Lon K. Edwards, of the-Irvine : The Ocala Banner team did itself] -V M out for a

Crate & Box Company was a visitorto Harris of the Ocala Banner, departed Mrs. Lee :Miller, Messrs. Stephenand proud Wednesday afternoon even if I Hon. Frank Sams, senator from spin in his new automobile Sunday

Ocala Wednesday and was a very yesterday for Monticello, where she Sandford Jewett, Laurence Scott it did lose.Counting. II Volusia and proprietor of a fine afternoon and it was a real delight. -

interested spectator at the ball gamein will be the guest of friends for I Clarke Hunt, W. T. Wheeler, Clifford the series of games by I winter resort hotel at New Smyrna, At places where the way was clear

the afternoon.Mr. several weeks. Miss Harris has Anderson, Clifton Camp, 0.B. Hows, runs it stands thus: Ocala Banners: is in the city and registered at the he went at the rate of fofty-ivri iie*

many admirers in Gainesville who E. J. Crook, H. A.Daniel, Jack Ren- 22; Ocala Stars, 19. Ocala House. During the civil war per hour and it was certainly traveling

A. M.Dickerson, of Gainesville, are always delighted to welcome her: frow, Howard and Harvey Clark, Now that this series has been afro Sams and the editor of this some. The Major bat ht machine *

representing. the ConsolidatedGroceI' .and say good-bye with reluctance. Allan Bridges, John and Will Taylor, pleted we hope that the boys of com-I paper were members of the same under complete. control and H

) Company, of Jacksonville, She is one of the Brick City's most J. H. Mathews, 11. J. Roess, E. T. Ocala team will organize two mmd j I regiment and he was one of the most responds more readily to tfee torn ftf

was registered at the Ocala HouseVednesday popular young ladies. GainesvilleSun. Helvenston, Drs. W. H. Powers an teams for a like series. These teams, |i popular members in it, and has retained the wheel than a horse to the fell of

\ Jim Dell. I I w ere well matched at first, but later his popularity ever since. the lines.H .

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Begin cuunss. 8ELUYISW. MOSS BLUFF.

;*-U Carr p9s e=ee Deal*ZoIun. Tb ht"aIthoftM section was never
'' Died on Saturday morning July ;
M:. J. 3L Bell returned last Pr.darmm better.:
16th, the infant daughter of Mr. and '
Fodder polling; in order how and
ValdosU. Hi
family are 3Irs. Alvan Lccha. The ressainswereiniertti
all the farmers are busy. m UhIHUM
p*ndicg the summer in Georgia. in the Lccias family
3Ir. J.T. Benbert of Sanford, is
Mrs. Eliza Stephens has gone to St. baying grid: west of Eeneviewv31r. 191
visiting his people here W. E. Martin t71
Petersburg to spend awhile with her R. A. Bain left Saturday for and family. ', ---i----i, ''.- c -- -- __-_-_J :iml :1

two youngest sums, Herbert and W3- Steeper where h* has accepted apohian James Holton was visiting here .

liam.Last Sanda+was observed as children' Professor P.Mr.W,R.Green S. Fall.wife and Sunday from UdatOla.3fi4 .
Leo-sa White, who has been "The That Tleals
day at Fellowship Baptist little daughter, have gone to Fairfield visiting in South Carolina forj'sosae House

church. where they will visit )!n.
time for her health, is expected home

The day wa* an ideal one.cor.9v3.ericg Green's parents. in a few days.3Iorniag .

the season of the year, and by Mr. W. A. Sparkman dacghter, Star Xo. & will
Lodge 4 "
10 o'clock yon cocld && teams comIng of Oxford, spent Sunday with Mrs. meet in their nan Saturday at 2 p.m. m

from every direction cntS filly T. A. Mitchell, work in E. A. D. Visiting brothers o I You Right.J.

fire hundred people had gathered by 3ir. D. W. Boone left Sunday for cordially invited. t i a-

eleven o'clock when the school Wfldwood where has accepted a posi Protracted meeting commences

muchtd in. tion. His family will remain here
here the second Sunday.

F'El)iEaYJiZ.: for some time.Mr. With the strong support of Hon..I 1b -- ----- :ii:
B. B. McCaa, auditor for theS. -
Ssg-Easifst '
Diy W. J. Bryan the democratic national :
rraler 1.7 sic,J.)(.BdL A. L., was here Friday to check -
Wefc3s A&re**-Lta 3eckaz: !!', ticket will sweep the country in No
oat Mrs. 31, J. McPhaul. who leaves worn QD
S4E w Kia&**oa Fiir." vember.Under. E are after your trade
Recs.a' iwTt U Ckdirr-*Dar," this week for a two month's vacation. p
Zj lu&ert Ttxfiten.B the new schednlelcf the
0SMTe Scn-tare Rta a;. Her position is being filled by 3Ir. mail from Oddawaha to Lynne the W and to have it.That's m
By ErtT5amny.: Cobbles, of Jacksonville. a we mean .
Kecutka-TSrossb asither Year" patrons are all well pleased along the
." A largely attended sale of ice w _
atU'.c 7.5osr..JO" line. :Mail does not lay over at Ock- e0O' '
t e.rrdi4 r..nt'l,." cream and cake was given Tuesday a pretty broad
"Rnatiaoe-0'.a Wide tH fIf':. lawaha 24 hours as it did before. We '
evening in the town hall by the BeDe- fa
42 Cordoa. I
By >* hope the schedule will remain as it
DFalop -'G,;2 :f start," view workers.
statement to make isnt it?
Caw of:Serfs Boys; stands as we are having good service. ,
3Ir. Ansel who left I tCl'a
l.e tati>>-"b Gsi JUtrhYI.-; a coupleof ,

Bjr Ateyr Stckieztr weeks ago for Arkansas, has returned The Original
Song- "U tot Jcsu." But then will m}
we are sure
Ua1: z e--se.. bOwillf- to Crystal River,having found Foley & Co., Chicago, originated you

CUM of Xt8 Bay his destination in Arkansas flooded Honey and Tar as throat and lung
JttliuwA-"SIIame: .Treattre:. t '
By if Hi GiHef. and decided not to wait for the watersto remedy, and on account of the great give us your trade, when you OQi

Irakrjse-- Lie Kaicbov Bud" subside. merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- r
CU4M SertaGirt&
Z-"A Ltttl: Katsbov." 3Ir. Riley 3fcClendon gave an impromptu ey and Tar many imitations are offered have once learned the pleasure

By H>r*Milli.RectaUon concert Wednesday evening for the genuine. Ask for t CI fi
-"Breakia j the Ice," Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse I
in the store of the Marion 3Iercantfle

By Hirt By a ert OaM Crum of;boatDiae"FsraditnreAtheCaitedStites'Six.' Company, with his new Columbia j I preparations any substitutes will offered give the as same no other sat t:a of dealing with us. m j f

JUoUfcoanrie Brie tiale Dime" phonograph. He has some unusuaUyclear isfaction. It is mildly laxative. It

By Ga.7 ktk. records and the music was contains no opiates and is safest for We have the
Duet-"Thu Wi3 and SotJOor Owa," greatly enjoyed by all who children and delicate persons. Post- !
By Evelyn and Jennie Carratrty.KtciuUov happenedin
-"A*Yon Co Tbroozb Life," the vicinity. office Drug Store. m
By MaUe Soothfrtaad.Dtalor O the right prices.
''"pna.diBZ tie U;fetor Je a,.'' )Ir. R. L. Martin, of Ocala, agentof The Lawyer and the Witness. i P.'I l'3 3a
OaJH of S rea CirJj the old Santana Hotel, has been
EmI ZAll the Year u amifol.-- This article was not written by an
Etatatton-"Wanted.A Boy" in town this week looking over the ;
Ocala but it could
newspaper have

iWtn of Flawen.Fred"DehoaDime"Thu property and doing a little cleaning, been as time and time again the same i THE I *(
a stupendous task in view of the conditions a i
CaM cf Twelve Voonz Ladie< colloquy has been heard in the Ocala !
StGr **KeMc ReaUtioo-" newherner Yra Are," court home between lawyers and
wir Petzaso or three years, or since its be as a
Dialogue. -Tin.Sang of the Heart.** cancer sanatarium by Dr. Brown. Ir I\IIRREGI SHAPE SHOE.W
Class of Eleven Young Ladies.Zlr"O "You say you know 3Ir. Smith?" !
,Children' Day KareweU." 3Iiss Eppie Mitchell, of Summer- asks the lawyer. ( .
field, spent Tuesday with 3Ir. and
After the benediction dinner was "Yes, sir."

announced and the table fairly groaned 1rg. T. A. 3Iitchell. "You swear you know him?" bi There i is no shoe at the price W "
one our prominent
under the heavy weight. This "Yes, sir." I

writer has had the pleasure of attending colored citizens is making prep "You mean that you are acquainted m J which excels this
and there mb
several dinner gatherings where orations for a big barbacue to be held with )Ir. Smith?" one

dinner was spread but never has he Saturday. JOSH. "Yes, sir." '

beheld such a spread as he did last DOINGS: AT COTTON PUiT. "You don't know him; you are j QS) are few of them that equal it. ,Q

Sunday. After the crowd had ate merely acquainted with him. Re } -

until all were satisfied, there was Special Corrapon&nce Oca la Banner. member that yon are on your oath, !v\I ITT B. & P. Patent Leathers are Guaranteed. ),

enough left to feed &'t many more. 31r D. S. Curry, of Jacksonville, sir. Now be careful. You don't t
Ocala was represented by Miss es I II is visiting her sister, 3Irs. Henry W. mean to tell the court that you know i
laud and Bessie 3Ioser, Miss Long.W. all about )Ir. Smith and
everything ]
Emma Barber, 3I>!s Sigman, 3Irs. W. E. Veal is on a basinet trip to he ever did." p THE IJRIMSON\ $$3,00 HUE w

D.,Graham,V. P. Potts and 3Ir. Jas. his branch store at Albion, Levy "I up e"J J "

Knoblock. county. "Never mind what you suppose;

_ The following place was weU rep Thomas Simpson and CharlesSimp please answer my question. Do you J Is strictly up-to-date and is theembodiment d

resented, Kendrick, Martin, Fairfield, on and A. W. Woodard, of or do you not know everthing that I t

Irvine, Flemington, WiUiston, MontBrook Cotton Plant, are for the tune being 3Ir. Smith did?"

3Iorriston, Blltchton, Romeo, engaged in business; at Albion. I "No"- J N of style, fit and fJJ t

Standard, Early Bird, Rock 3Iiss Jane Gilbert,
Springs after spending "That'll do, sir. No you do not.

LeRoy, York, Cotton Plant, 3Iartel awhile at 3Iartel with relatives, has Very good. So you are not acquainted I J: medium price. i

and Hernando.S. returned to her home at York. with all his acts?"

J. 3IcCnlly conducted the exercises 3Irs. S. H. Bronson and children, "Of course"- J t

: in his usual modest awhile y, who reside in St. Petersburg, have "Stop there. Are you or are you I

Mrs. L. D. Beck performed at returned to their home at Leroy to not?" m

r- the organ. May Fellowship Sunday spend the vacation of the high schoolat "N" J CIVILLIAN SHOES. t tThe 4.

a school continue to and celebrate St. Petersburg
prosper "That is to say, you are not so wel 0

many other such occasions. A goodly number of the citizens of acquainted with him as .yon though I

OBSERVES. Cotton Plant and 3Iartel attended you were?" I short-purse shoe with the r'J

"children's day" at Fellowship Sunday "Possibly not."

EASTLAKE. and report a good time and interesting "Just so. Now we begin to under I long-wear sole. btJ '

services. stand each other. It don't know
ilr. J. 31. Moorhead and you t
family are :g '
Fodder is being saved, potato.vines anything about )Ir. Smith's acts
at Eastlake
occupying Joclyn'scottage set out and the finishing touches applied when you are not with him, .-
for the summer. Mr. Moor- you
I to cane and other crops, whichare can't swear that you know him, can mB
head is busy"surveying the 30>acre a .
reasonably good. you?" in
tract of land on the bluff at Eastlake,
which he has purchased from the Mr. and Mrs. William Seckingerhad "If you put it that way""Come !

an important arrival at their sir, don't seek to evade
Perrin estate. The property is righton my
home last week. It is a boy and has
question. I will it
the lake and is skirted by the A. you again.
been named Cedric.lother and boy When you say you know Mr. Smith Ati.5o
C. L. Ry., on the west. Mr. Moor-
k head is dividing the tract into building are doing nicely. you don't mean to say you know [a z
The health of the community is everything he does?"
lots to be offered to the publicfor B A SOLID LEATHER OQ11
generally good with Shoe
winter and summer homes. The prospects of a "No sir; of course not." .
sufficiency of hog and
hominy and "Just so of
; coarse not. Then

location unexcelled is for unsurpassed accessibility for and beauty the, over some another of the luxuries of life to tide were not quite correct, were you you, I 1 1- in plain and cap toe, and light QJ

4 year.
when you said you knew 3Ir.Smith?"
boating and bathing is fine.
The opening of the hard road from "No, sirs'"In
It is proposed to sell as many lots Martel to St. Johns church is it,! and heavy sole. m

as possible by private sale and the pushed to a finish and will be a great being I Mr. Smith point at of all fact?", you don't know : ,

balance, at auction sale conducted by .
convenience to the traveling publicin :

the Company National, of Realty Brunswick Improvement, Ga. The general. _. _. _. "Ah, I thought so. That'll do. Di m }

" You can stand
Messrs. Phillips representing this Chaerfully Recommended aside.-Galveston
company it will be remembered con matism. News. K. B. MASTERS.
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..: ducted a sale very successfully on O. G.Higbee, Danville,Ills.,writes, An Aged Man Cut Intwo. i i. I

, ", Fort King avenue in Ocala last year. Dec. 2,1901: "About two years ago John Bach, a white man, age 70, .
I was laid up for four months bY 1
with hard of hearing and partially blind,
rheumatism. I tried Ballard's Snow
Uti1tze Tan spare tme Liniment, one bottle cured me. I was struck by a switch engine at b B OCALA
Study at NWm c High FLORIDA. JaaEEEECSE1t
,t can cheerfully recommend it to all Springs Monday and cut entirely ,
i caIn more tad you
can._on. With the Tablet Home Study Letsoes you need tot, suffering from like afflction." 25c, into. He was standing on the rj
lea. koa eaempoToeottolcas
BuottecAtig.AiCneaAgebrsGwmetry c:
..Graniiur Rhetoric, Lwenwie. History, 50c, $1.00. Sold by AnIi-Monopoly track with his back
to the
fhnlci.Latin,etc.Tncfcen aided to eiun+undoes,". apprach- F;
dsuxas. Grculatsfn' ,_L'hlalb.- .- Drug Store. m ng train. t: { m 3 B BBESEE er

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SASA ELIZA2STH ZABS1S Lccal Editor (t PLEASANT 0FFA1R.Mr. THE STIRS WIN OUT. i Calloway-Waufh ...

F I I! A very pretty home wedding was $2-50 Value $2.50 Value

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. and Mrs. Camp Entertain For The Banners Lose Game By 1 I that of Miss Jessie Elisabeth Calla- L$1.50. $1.50.

Thier Guests Miss Coiclough and _7 to 5-A Lively Game. way, of Atlanta, and Dr. Harvey

.. For rent, several small cottages. Miss Wooldridge. Our local 'Dawkins Waugh, of West Palm
two ball teams, the
:.< J. StArr Sternberger.--- 7-1 The beautiful and spacious home of | ners and the Stars, played the Beach, Florida., which took place I We Will They're sell A All Line Sold ofLADIES'

Editor Geiger of the Inverness Mr. andIrs.. Clarence Camp on of a series of-three games i yesterday evening at "6 o'clock in

o Chronicle was in town on business with South Third street diamond Copenhill. The ceremony was performed 2.50
E: Camp Heights was thronged
I- Saturday. afternoon, in by Dr. W. W. Landrum, pas- ;
resulting a
happy people Friday night,the
tor of the First
the latter by a score of 7 to 5. Baptist
Mrs G. Wake Wells and little
e boys occasion being a dancing party given The home decorated
Calloway was
are spending a few days with relatives Both teams were in splendid OXFORDS AT
for their guests,Miss Lucile Colclough, with green and white. $1.50
( in Dunnellon. and the playing was fine,
. of Gainesville, and Miss Claire Wool side scoring until the fourth The bride wore white chiffon over
I will paper your rooms and fur- white silk timmed lace
with and
dridge, of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. when the Banners succeeded f
nish wall paper for$2.50 up. J. Starr An Elegant Line to Select
," Sternberger. 7-1 Camp and the two guests of honor ting man across the plate. pearls carried bride roses. Her From If. You Call Early.

".,. received in the front reception hall. The Banners scored two bridesmaid, Miss Helen Jeter, of this
' ; Miss Lillian Carlton, of Arcadia,is city wore a dress of white silk mull,
: Miss Colclough was beautifully in the fifth, while the Stars W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY
visiting her aunt and uncle at the trimmed with real
lace. Her flowers
"' gowned in white point de spre over ed only a long string of goose
, :' Carlton House. .. white taffeta and a touch of color up to the sixth inning. In were pink carnations. Little Miss
'- '- -
' "' When bilious take Chamberlain's was given her costume by the pink I, ning the Stars "got in the Alma Irene Mulligan, the ring bearer,
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale I wore white chiffon. Mr. M. L.
roses in her coiffure. She is exceed- earnest by landing three men

f' by all druggists. m ingly attractive and is winning for home plate. Holmes was best man. t w.- e -tr'i t

Maj. T. C. Hall has gone to Sumter, herself! many friends on this her first This left the starting of the The wedding was followed by a ,- .

S. C., to visit his family, who are visit to Ocala, inning a tie of 3 to 3. The luncheon at which about fifty guests

:;. there for the summer. Miss Wooldridge is also on her first scored two more, while the were entertaind. -

visit to our city and is going to be were put out in one, two, Dr. and Mrs. Waugh left last nightat
Mr. and Mrs.V.. D. Graham spent 9 o'clock over the Central for
popular with our people. order.
very young
Sunday with Mrs. Graham's parents, r- j This is the difa
Florida rec.
Daytona, to visit relatives of
The Stars
Her blonde prettiness was shown to safely landed three
Mr. and Mrs. Mabe Carter at Carter's the From there will
great advantage Friday evening bya in the eighth inning, while the groom. they go
' Pond.- ._ to West Palm Beach, their future !! liable old fashioned
fanned the
lovely evening gown of pink crepe ners zephyrs. :
Mr. Edward W. Moody, of Key home.-Atlanta Journal. .
de chene. The game was at fever heat .
West, is in the city and is visiting The groom is a young druggist and c:;;:, ? way to make bread.UNIVERSAL .
1 The entire evening was devoted to starting of the ninth inning,
his mother, Mrs. E. P. Moody on the Stars is a son of Prof. and Mrs. C. V.
dancing, the program consisting of went to the bat. w

South Fourth street. twelve dances and "Home, Sweet I were [quickly "put out" of Waugh formerly of Lake City. He ,

.f lion. and Mrs. C.arles1.. Brown Home" the splendid music being however.. In this inning the has quite a number of friends in Uv 4

left Monday afternoon for Miami, played by Mr. Leon Fishel. The I partly retrieved their lost Ocala, hairigisited here on several

where they will spend a couple of evening passed very swiftly and delightfully -! adding two runs to their total. occasions and they will read with
t."=" !'.. ",, ;r:,. \
interest the announcement of his "; ii :;
weeks. and the young people have i All in all the game was a

added to their memories one more I and although quite a good f his marriage. I, -
Mr. B. S. Weathers, of Floral City, I I I I
very enjoyable evening spent with rors were docketed, \ Good Spirits. :
spent Sunday at home with his aBREAD MAKER
Mr. and Mrs. Camp, who are such I grounds was well satisfied wit I Iafternoon's j Good spirits don't all come from
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. .
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popular entertainers. game. Kentucky. Their main source is the "-wt. 1Z ...;a_

Their guests Friday g night were the Following is the score by liver, and the fine spirits ever madein 'fi:1r
Mr. David S. Woodrow went downto tie Blue Grass state could not
following: Misses Colclough and I Banners 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 reme i This is the new and up-to-
Lake Weir Saturday afternoon to Wooldridge, Mary and Rebecca An- Stars-O 0 0 0 0) 3 2 2 ly a bad liver or the hundredandj j' \

spend a few days at his place, Blair Mr. K. C. Knight umpired one ill effects it produces. You can't' date way. You do not touch .. : '
dersod, Eulalee and Eloise Izlar, Es- have good spirits and a bad liver at i

Villa. --- ------- ther Weathers, Sara Harris, Emily I, and though the, bleachers the same time. Your liver must be \the dough; takes just 3

Mrs. R. O. Connor and children re- Ford, Mary Reardon, Mary Little, I at times, his decisions were all in fine condition if you would feel j

m turned home Saturday afternoon Georgia Smith, Annie Davis, Polly Mr. M. E. Robinson, the buoyant, happy and hopeful, bright |11I t minutes to thoroughly mix ;

{%f from Lake Weir where have Jim shoe man' was score I of eye, light of step, vigorous and I
they i Williams, Meta Jewett,Valeta Potter, | and knead with this machine.
successful You
j your pursuits can i
been spending a couple of weeks. Mona Ethel Robinson Johnnie
I .HiijE'r put your liver in fine condition by us- '
LiddonIessrs.. R. C. Camp, NOTES. ing Green's August Flower, the Why don't you try one.
Dr. W. C. Lindsay preached a very w .
and Sunday I Brewer G. H. Ford, W. T. Wheeler, In the eighth inning the greatest of all medicines for the liver Make life easier. We sell ,,
thoughtful eloquent sermon -
I S. E. Hiller, C. L. Anderson, 0. B. delayed a few minutes when and stomach and a certain cure for p
evening on the subject "Gossip"to dyspepsia or indigestion. It has been | j them on trial and the Price '
i Howse, Xeil Weathers, E. J. Crook, Morris was hit on the left ,
a large and appreciative congrega a favorate household remedy for over I
tion. ... I J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston, W. a ball from the pitcher. For 1'i thirty five years. August Flower will is right, i/ i ;

D. Taylor, H. A. Daniel, J. H. Mathews time it was thought his make your liver healthy and active I

Mr.\ X. B. Bryan, :of Jacksonville, I R. T. Birdsey, M. J. Roess, I It broken, but though it was a and thus insure :you a liberal supply j I .

made a very capable member of the t Sandford Jewett and Harvey Clark. j wrench Pratt says it will be | of "good spirits." Trial size,25c; regular -I 2.25
bottles,75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly -! '
committee at the democratic national During the evening Miss Wool- ,j :the good" by the time for the Drug Store. m ci'

convention.-Lake City Democrat. dridgo and Miss Eleanor Cassidey, !j i game. I
---- Sold
tiuii of Jacksonville, both of whom have I Royal Cole doesn't look it, Exclusively byHdbbard -
The prettiest mo't upti- Da v+Morales. i
of !'()X ptprt for laditV: 'iTr* exceedingly sweet voices, delightedthe [ knocked a bat to smithereens
poudenfe ran be hud at Tjdiiits!! & guests;\\ith several solos. fifthjinning, running a splinter The wedding of Mrs. Adrian R. j i & Mac duff
Company's and Hie prices are rt'a.ou- hand. Morales< and Mr. William D. Davis i! ,

able, too. Night Was Her Terrot."I It might have been was solemnized in the St. Louis Cath-I, : .
would cough nearly all nightlong
Mr. W. M. Brooks, of Tampa, who ," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate; Bristoe had been at home. I olic church at half-past six o'clock >

has been in Ocala for.the past few of Alexandria, Ind., "and could 11 The batteries, Ford and :\ anoAvas attended with great interest j

days: left Saturday for Istachatta hardly get any sleep. I had con- the Banners, and Clark and by the friends of the contracting: S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLERS

where he extensively interested in sumption so bad that if walked a for the Stars, certainly did parties. The church was handsomely ; .
phosphate. block I would cough frightfully and work Not decorated with palms and presented .
0rIJ and spit frightfully and spit bloood, :yesterday. an i
three dollar bottles of Dr. charged to them. a charming appearance. The .ceremony -
Mrs. A. M. Davis of and one King's Feed
Tampa and Sale Stables
New Discovery wholly cured me andI The Stars have strengthened was performed by Rev. Father ., Livery ,
Miss Alford of Tallahasse
Evelyn ,
gained 58 pounds." it's absolutely team by adding Martin to the Navin. The bride wore a magnifi- j
after a short visit in Ocala with the guaranteed to cure coughs colds
gation. cent white silk dress and white veil : We carry the most complete
former's Mr. P. C. Davis left bronchitis and
all throat
son, lagrippe, The which enhanced the brilliancy of her .
Monday for Tallahassee.A and lung troubles. Price 50c. and I I outfielding was line Harness. Saddles, etc .
dark Spanish beauty. The maids I
; 1. Trial bottles free at Tydings & i both sides during the entire
in central Florida and will
were the Misses Adriana Morales, ,
= little son arrived Saturday at the Co. m muffing strictly prohibited. '

home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Inglisin A Former. Ocalian Married. I I Harper, the Banners' second Elvira Guerra, Madeline Guerra, and patrons the very lowest ; -

Madison Mrs. Inglis was for- Friends of the bride in this city man, left last night for Miss Davis. The best man was Mr. pric s. We are thoroughly ,

merly Miss Kate Livingston, of this have received cards announcing the Ga., and to find a man his Jose Morales.Mr Y

marriage of Miss Ethel Streator and the position will be a difficult and Mrs. Davis left by the At- equipped for fitting out turpentine '

city.Mr. Mr. Bruce Lesher Kershner. "Joe" Wheeler is gradually lantic Coast Line at eight o'clock upon and lumber teams, gear,
Jack Renfrow, of Jacksonville. ,
The wedding occurred on Tuesday, back into his old habits, and an extended wedding tour which etc. iM 11"" "' '
a popular traveling man who makes wagons, .0 < -
: July,12th, at Bethany,West Virginia.Mrs. pretty two-bagger at a good will take them to St. Louis and many 'i!..,..:\......
f is in the
this point quite frequently,
Kershner is the only child of But he died on third. other places of interest in the northern I We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
t city for a few days and is a guest at
Prof. J.:M. Streator, who for a few Captian Jewett hurt his glove states. Theywill return to make Buggies and "White Hickory", _Turpentine_ and Farm Wagons.North .
the Ocala House. Stile Court IIou"e. Ocala. Fla
years was the principal of the Ocala ing the sixth inning when an this city their home. They are accompanied I

";, Mr. S. G. Hess came up from High School and Miss Streator and decision was handed down. by the congratulationsand -- -- -- r 1 l'

Orange Springs Saturday on business Mr. Neil Weathers were the first Cliff Anderson says he has good wishes of a large circle of _

He is interested in. large tim- graduates of this institution. The 'em," so look out for some friends.-Tampa Tribune.

ber tracts in the Orange Springs year after her graduation Miss hitting in the'"rubber" game Mrs. Morales formerly lived with McMillan Bros

section and will move his. family to Streator taught in the school and she played next week. her family in Oeala, in the house on

Florida this fall. has many friends here who rememberher The "rubber" during.the Ocklawaha now occupied by Mrs. C.

most pleasantly and the an- of the coming week promises A. Liddon and family. She is very-
Mrs. Burt and her [daughter, Mrs. and charm- Southern Copper Works
nouncement of her marriage will be "it" and it is to be hoped wealthy woman. a very
Long, and her two little daughters, of one.Ir.. Davis is brother of
matter of interest to them. will ing a
1 a crowd turn out and Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
Ozello, passed through OcalaIon- Mr. and Mrs. Kershne'r after the their favorites. MrP. C. Davis, of this city, and is in
day on their to Camden, S. C.,
third of August will be at home at The Star and Banner each the clothing business. and General Metal Workers.Old .
where they will spend the summer. -
Kee Mar College, Hagerstown: ed the boys with colors, the Florida has credit two planksin

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur, who have Dr. E. T. red, and the latter
Allen, the prominent eye orange. the democratic platform-one go- Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

, been in Ocala for the past sue or specialist, is spending a months vacation -I Some one has suggested that ing up from Lake City and referringto through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

,\ eight months, left Monday for their on his orange grove propertyat be placed on the foul lines so acknowledgment of passports and wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

home in New# Hampshire. Mr. Citra. He was in Ocala on Satur- facilitate matters when a close, protection under the flag and the I following works .

Wilbur is a very fine painter and has day and says he will ship several decision is necessary.. others on the river and harbors. The
been engaging in this business sinceh's hundred boxes of oranges from his Tyding's & Co., have a full I majority of OUT delegation did good ,

residence here. grove this season. fancy box paper of all I work.-Lake City Index. JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE, ALAn
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II i It:: HERE ONE THERE. i T">4 DOWN Trl- .'' SOUTH J' FLORID.-"-... -' (I >!\:,;:_Japan ., ; the"T : "Puce ,. -- TRAIN HELD UPBY-I' "- -

I "- ,4 V From the reports which have reached SUMMEk IcJ

_.. Seven to five is not a bad game. The editor of this paper has just rej j' this city it would seem that theI AMATEUR BANDITS

turned from.a trip to Valencia, cn i'chief point of interest along the I ; 4

Dr. Ii. M. Taylor, a popular )yonng. Lemon Bay, midway between Sarasota I "Pike" as the midway at the World's RHEUMATISM 1EV ,

r physician of Crystal River, after a I They Became Frightened and '
and Boca Grande, the coming j j i Fair is termed is "Fair Japan, the i I

brief visit in Ocala returned home !I little garden spot in which five hundred Fled From Sce>=a, 1
It has
of the Gulf of Mexico. a
port I (/
11 Friday afternoon. i of the natives of that oriental i The idea that Rheumatism is strictly 4\ "'
---- --- of that will float the 2
depth water i a winter disease, that comes from
El The Presbyterian social will meet I land now so conspiciously in the public -- b"r
White Star liner Baltic. the levia- I i cold is wrong; a spell of indigestion -
at thelans& Monday, July 13, from I eye are holding sway. Five Bandits Beleved: to Have Been torpidity of the liver, inactive state of the '

r 3 to 5:30 p. m. ,Everyone invited. thian t>f the sea. The entrance to "Fair Japan" Country Lads, Make Unsuccessful |kidneys, or sudden cooling of the body when ;::: l' ,, J' ,\..

South Florida is moving forward in over-heated of .
being frequent causes an
Come and friend. is the most ornate and'
probably -
R yourself bring a picturesque y
i Attempt to Rob Express Train Near
attack. Rheumatism is due 0 "
leaps and bounds. to an over-acid ,j' 1r'

i I t i: Henry Sistmnk, who has been with Tampa will soon rival Xew Orleans along the "Pike." It is a Palestine, Tex. condition of the blood and bad circulation. <
replaca complete in every detail of As it flows through the body the blood
his parents Montbrook since his and Galveston in shipping and industrial Houston, Tex., July IS.-Train No.
the famous gateway which forms the deposits an acrid corrosive

II return from White Springs, returnedto enterprises and all the smaller entrance to the Xikko Temple located 5 on the International and Great i-ediment in the joints and NO USE FOR CBtTTCH_,

Ocala Saturday. I towns are growing almost as rapid- Western was held up last night mn*.-If. s, ana the} circulation I had an attack of S.UU. Btow. ..,... 'lit W
about eighty miles from Tokio. worse f rm. The pln .u .? .___? I br+ .. ,
Keechi, small station about 30 miles ?
ly. I a grows sluggish because of completely prostrated, Ba.... to.** S I. t r*.
The South Florida Fair, which is The Xikko gate towers above those west of Palestine. the constant .accumulation commanded for RhsaiamtUm. I ti rt/M t. .1.
Plant has than doubled it a trial and after I had t.kea fc.
more fc
City 1Y.sly
to be held in Tampa in October, will {I buildings erected by others along the There were five bandits in the paro Jf acid impurities, and I was able to hobble arou.4 es wvtakM Ni

be a good thing., Let all help to in population in a few years and will Pike and the fact that it possessesthe t y. all young men and apparently very when the s} >fpn k in such. very soon had no US" for\11.. al aU., .0 I. a *.*-
ing eared me.ennd be connected with Tampa by a much amateurs. They dynamited rise condition Rheumatism .lIt..tP.al..
make it a success. Punta Gorda soon peculiarly graceful Japanesque H pains have left m*. mrappotH*. rtar.*.. ...
: hard road and has several manufac- express car without detaching it from 1 liable to come out at any l a happy to be attain r..terw/ e..le.t 1aila,
Herald. architectural scheme causes it to be the train, and blew in the end of time It :CBS* JAMIII$ x '
turing enterprises in full and success- the second-class coach, but without winter or ::mmer; Got U. St., N. W., W..WMt... D. C. '
o' Mr. Harold Marsh formerly of the more conspicuous as it protrudes i is: hastened and pnnokedby
ful and is making bids for injury to of the .
Ocala but who is now traveling for operation almost twelve feet beyong the build of any the robbers passengers.One exposure to cold, damp air, sudden cooling of liar body Mlle tw

the Simmonds Hardware Company, others. ing line prescribed by the gentlemenwho badly hurt as the explosion was apparently appeared heated, a bad spell of indigestion! or anything that.w calculated to flee
Sarasota is wearing an air of ther derange and depress the but the
system ; ** are only netting sad
have charge of the Pike. This to be premature and he was observed
of Savannah in Ocala
L was Saturday. prosperity and thrift. Many new to be covered with blood. The robbers not the real cause of Rheumatism. It i U in the blood, tell whon this
be accident it showthe
an or
may may vital fluid becomes overcharged with the acid impurities and i i.
Mrs. J. A. Pittman has returned houses have recently been erected secured nothing, not molesting running
shrewdness of the Japanese but riot in the veins, an attack is sure to come, whether in MWHBer time orthe
either the the mail and
home from a visit to friends and relatives and others are in process of con- whatever it is the sign of the dragonis getting away express as fast or as possible after cold, bleak days of winter. You are a slave to pain M long a. file

in Xashvillle, Tenn. She has struction. The Belle Haven Inn the there most conspicuously.Within their comrade was hurt. blood is tainted with acid. Liniments and plasters are helpful and *te.

11 been absent for some weeks. leading hotel of the city, has caughton Fireman Hiram :Muse jumped from ful, but it takes something more than rubbing and blirtenof to dn*e

to the general thrift and is greatly I the portals of the Xikko the locomotive as the train slowed away this demon of pain. S. S. S. goes to the seat of the trouble,

i Mr. Edwards L. Crossett, of Jacksonville improved and enlarged and is a very Gate one may find a bazaar, a typical down ties having been piled across enters the circulation, neatraliaof fed niters

who travels "for Kingan street in Tokio, a Japanese theatrein the track, and hurt his shoulders, out of the blood the acid pt .... ft

Co., spent Saturday in Ocala. Mr. delightful resort. The fishing at which fifty-four "Geasha" girls but not seriously. enriches and strengthen. the wk, di*.

Sarasota is fine and the climate soft h Xone of the passengers were mo eased blood; the general health improve
Crossett lived in this entertain the amusement seeking public \ -
formerly city :
luxurious and delicious. lested. 1 I under its tonic effect, and when rkfc, pm

and his friends here are always gladto Along the gulf shore line the land ; tea houses ancient temples The adjutant general has been notified blood begins to circulate t n.... the rtfcf

greet him, of which were dismantled and transported and a special train with Sheriff joints and sore, tender ratMcle. patM a3

rises precipitiously to a height complete in every detail to America Henry Watts, his dogs and a pose aches vanish and the longed-for relief come to the nervott, otte*

rn Sir and Mrs. J. B. Griggs, off several feet and wealthy people-to quaintly dwarf shrubs, lagoons a left Palestine early this morning for tortured sufferers. S. S. S. contains no minerals, btt it guarantee)!

H Lynne accompanied by their daughter escape the shivering breath of the beautiful the scene of the hold-up. A squad o! purely vegetable. Write us if in need of medical advice, \vnkk rWIQ

;.- homes Japanese garden and a rangers is stationed near the scene c' without charge. Our book on Rheumatism of the dtftemf
Mrs. J. M. Earner of Istachatta frost king-are building at telling
I hundred and one other things whichmake the hold up and it is probable they forms and varieties of this pain-racking disease, it mailed free.
all the from
II in the Mrs. Earner short intervals way
were city Friday.
: will
the place typical of Japaneselife. I be put on the case at once and '
11 was on her way hhome from \isit at Saresota to Boca Grande. The it is anticipated that arrests will be I 'I.
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Lynne. grounds are beautifully laid out and made as the bandits are probably
Since "Fair Japan" has beenopened country lads raised in the neighbor .

11 1 Miss Lucille Colclough, of Gainesville contain ferns and many flowers.rare tropical plants to the public it has been extensively hood. MISSING WORD CONTEST.

and Miss Claire Woolridge, rof patronized by the elite of e

Tampa two of the state's most attractive We may soon say of that whole St. Louis and the visitors to the fair Austin Tex., July 18.-Although

section as )Ir. Addison said of Italy: several posses are scouring the scene 101 PRIZES I Offered For
11 young ladies arrived injthis including Miss Alice Roosevelt who
"Blossoms and fruIt>, and flowers together rise near Palestine in an effort 'o apprehend -
city Friday afternoon ;for a visit to And the whole>ear in gay confusion lies." I paid to "Fair Japan" her only social the five youthful bandits who The Correct SolutionTropicalj

Mrs. Clarence Camp. The Southern Investment company, visit along the Pike. Those from this held up a train on the International

which constructed the railroad from I city who visit the World's Fair city and Great Northern railroad last night,
t I : Mr. Hudson Curry, formerly of this nothing has been seen or heard of thee Manufacturing Co. manufacturer
Turkey Creek to Sarasota it is reported s'lould not fail to pass within th ,
I I is in and ha fugitives. The train was stopped 30
city, now thePhillipines
has bought the "Corley Xikka Gate if they are in search cf miles west of Palestine. The rob- of thegreat health drink ETTO' wiL
been offered a position under the of ,
lands," lands selected by the late something novel and instructive.A bers used dynamite and boldly wrecked all The

ficials who are constructing a;railway Hugh A. Corley, commissioner o three cars, but, it is claimed, did pay prizes. contest open to *fl.

in China. The Ocala boys are doing A New Tomato. not secure a penny. None of tn s pas. It's free to You
immigration and it is said paid the -
sengers were molested and after blow-
things some. I have a wonder in the of
round sum of $30 per acre for them. shape fag open the cars the robbers made

.:Mothers save doctor bilU, I This portends that the railroad will tomatoes of the sulzer tree variety. a hurried retreat.It FIRST PRIZE.The
TEE rut vA" '11 cure your child of ills, Is believed that .
I] I Acd save life o'tumrs as well be extended to Boca Grande and as They grow in my garden almost seven the work was

,. "TEETHINA"Drugguts all hart it 10 aids sell. soon as it is done that port will be feet high and a tree has tomatoes done Several by amateurs. first one segding it) tie] correct answer we will give a
digestion, sheriff posses started pursuit
overcomes and counteracts the sum come famous in marine literature, I not yet ripe that are four and one- of the bandits but up to noon today beautiful life size picture ii) gilt frame eijtitled "purity"Ti'ig

mer's heat. Regulates the bowels and in hustle enterprise splendor half inches in diameter. These trees no trace of the men had bin at of M thrn... .health drink whirhall hs.... w

and puts bloom in the cheek of the I i! have stood the drouth covered. utili contains n"rlop@lIr hnrmful dr nr-.
will the that
repeat history now this
i season To th s . ..
sickly babe. next $I. '") M>h
puny .
II I1j1 magically clusters around the nameof well, and did not have their growth DUMONT WILL NOT U. 5 .1 )tooto-e "
I u, .1 -11 I. . ...
12 Iinf I"fh. ... .
ut 1 Mrs. Kate Taylor left Saturday Tampa. checked; neither dry nor wet weather u.4 .. TO.. . . \I"uII t..k.c ..'.....

afternoon for Opelika, Alabama, Keep your eye on Boca Grande! hurts this tomato. I believe it will Will Not Participate In Airship Con. r .. I 11I'

H 1 where she will the grow ten feet high, and have fruit tests at World's Farl. '
spend summer Florida 'IO.n_.............\n ti
at St. Louis.

miii with her parents. Her sister, :Mrs six inches in diameter. It is very New York. July 18.-SantOs Dumont, Wopl..Kn"w :to Oo."l.........When Tny_.._....k A te- .. _

U lilt D. G. Edwards will leave in a few We from had a Dr.very George plesant:'.visit Davis Monday of prolific, and I write this so that the the to return aeronaut to, America has finally to decided participate not L's.rst'f.' .. .......In. . .(;nntt...................ar.rt.... .. .._ .

weeks for the north. gardners and farmers of Bradford
11 1111 in the ---- ------- --- -----
airship contests
Crystal Rigor who is ou his own ,,according to .
f county may come and see for them a Herald dispatch from Paris. Cut out out this coupon till !' vqt,,fc. .. .. ..,.
account getting a Florida exhibitfor in the t blank spaeeth.I N'h"lr I I j -- -- .... .. .
The people of the entire state cf up selves that we need not have such a There is only one firm, he says, wha make i
:1U. appropriate st i ;
Florida sympathize deeply with Gen the great St. Louis fair. hard time raising tomatoes if we plant can repair the damage done to the ifutfuct* ailvertNius I..II" t' r.o........ ........ . .. . .
Dr. Davis has spent several months envelope of his balloon by vandals. Htid irinil t" thfTropical ;;
11 1111 eral Robert Ballock of Ocala in the the right kind. This variety te '
getting up his collection and has can After an interview with the head of Mfg. Co. r..ui.i.. . .. .Si***. .l ............ .
death of his wife, who died very sud t planted four feet apart each way, this firm, Santos Dumont announced .I. Jacksonville: l lodtla.Rt'lDell1bt'r .

denly a few days a;Gainesville rented space at his own expense for I{j which will give 2,725 plants toihe& that the repairs could not be made '

the exhibition of the same.. within six eeks or two months leaving the tirit M {' 'Twi au..w'.r.. r.' ".lv..1 Coot th. prism i-'fi : Star. acre, and they will produce one your answers stoner ID th*.
He requests that those interested in insufficient time to ship the balloon

Mr. Joseph C. Mathews, ex-tax assessor I having a Florida exhibit there to bushel to the plant. Just think of to St. Louis for a trial before TROPICAL M UfACTU r ING COMP HY.
gathering 2,725 bushels of tomatoesoff the close of the world's fair. Hereafter .
was among the visi&itors to assist him in his work. He
guarantees he declares, he will
limit his
of experiments
one acre of land.
Ocala Saturday and his friends were I that everything, except articlesof I think you to Paris. I 14 W. (UonS) St. Ja-isonvllle fk
agree with me when I it is
say a
pleased to note that he was in better a perishable nature will be returned .
wonder. I have no seed to sell or HAD BEEN ILL FIVE YEARS. "-
health than his
during lastisit, here. their owners in good condition.
money to make but I have
the tomato
Indeed he is growing better ever day He asks the loan
or any article that in Death of Former Supreme Court Judge
my garden for all to see. I
will reflect credit to Florida < .
Mr. Ben E. Raysor returned. Saturday either agricultural have the interest of the farmers of of South Carolina. ill Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Us.
manufacturing or
from_aisit Baltimore and other the county at heart when I get any New York July 18.-Joseph Travis
mineral lines. :Walsh; (formerly a suprema court
Mrs. Raysor remained at thing that will benefit them and I
judge of South Carolina Is dead
We hope the Doctor will be encouraged from
,Asheville.X. C.,where she will spend I -let them know this so that they can gastritis at the home of his daughter
and his hands upheld.
the summer Mr. Raysor will join profit thereby.-D. E. Chase jr., in in Brooklyn.He .

her later on in the summer. All of our enterprising citizens Starke Telegraph. was 70 years old and had been

should take advantage of his generous in five years.
Mrs. Charles Baker has returned offer and consign exhibits to I Remarkable Story. AND TRAGEDIES. S L# "
Mills McXeal, of the McXeal S
from Troy, Ala., where she has been him. Va \

spending several months with her Marble Company, t>f Marietta Ga., Victim of Thugs Dies After Mangy
parenU -
All the Florida State troops seem owns and operates a saw mill about Months-other Items. .
Mr. and Mrs. tiS
Mr. and to be anxious to particapate in the ten miles from Marietta. He has Chicago, July 18.-Edward D. Bangs 't

Mrs. Baker will occupy Mrs. E. J.Redding's national superintendent of the city lines fore
encampment nearIanasas two engines and mills now t6
the Western Union Telegraph
cottage on South Second company
in September. Florida's allotmentis grounds, and about sixty thousand who is supposed to have been
street during the rest of the summer. JY
twelve companies and these will be feet of lumber. For some weeks past beaten by thugs on the morning of T -

November 28, of last is dead at
selected year
according to
Major Thomas C. Hall and Mr. proficiencythe at the mill has not been in operation.
his home of concussion of the brain. '

Richard Hall have just received ,I state encampment during the The woods surrounding the mill were Death was a direct result of the injury r

their last week in August. The selection burned off and fire suffered in November = ,
new automobiles, which were reached the saw .

ordered some months ago. Both are of a band to accompany the regimentwill dust pile. The flames finally reached / P
be made in like manner.-Pun Fatal! Midnight Swim. erll'rS }
ta the slab
machines pile the
and near
are quite an engine and St Louis, July 18.-D. C. Boyd and

addition to the many handsome vehicles Gorda Herald. from that the shed over the engine Robert L. O'Neill were drowned early
--- -
in Ocala.. Major Hall's is a Forward. and mill caught. This heated up the today in a slough in the railroad -
yards at East St. Louis. The = -
Queen, very similar to a Ford and Ocala has reached a point in her boiler and got up steam. The shed were telegraph operators employed _

his brother's is an Oldsmobile. history when it would dangerous to by this time fell in, a scantling falling by the Chicago Burlington and Quincy -

take a backward movement. across the whistle lever, and railroad, and were taking a midnight ,
Elect the ticket! Uphold Old ForrepitClrn $2.00. Old Mll1er 1. .
You bet we'llelect Rye )[64181.11..
pulling the whistle swim when they lost their lives. Corn ,
the ticket. Face to the foe f I the hand of the city officials and push started i S $- to 14.00.. Kentucky Rye Pride$4.00. Apple and Pncl1 IJ" 4kvG0
the city onward! blowing. The blowing continued for $3.20. Bowens f X Rye ..I
: eyes on the target. Every democratIn Sleep Walker Takes Plunge. Send Poatoffice or Express
some minutes Money OrJer,
twenty and alarmedthe Little Rock, Ark., July 18.-Pitcher
his his place. No mouthing and Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Davis returned farmers in
neighborhood t'to Duke Carter of Montgomery baseball

no monkey business. Xo nonsense home Friday from a brief visit they went down and discovered the team while walking in his sleep, fell DOWEN & COMPANY

about either '73 or '96. Fools to the I Tampa where they went to attend fire in time to save practically all of from a third story window In the Cap1

rear. Braves to the front! March i! the wedding of )Ir. Davis'; brother toMrs. the lumber and Its hotel early today. He is badly .
most of the machin-l hurt bat the 140 E BAY
J' extent of his injuries h 8T.T JACKi-OKVILLE, KLA
Louisville Courier Journal.
{ Morales
Thursday night. from
ery damage. not yet known.
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The paper "Of the People, 'for the People and bv the People."

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USA SUZAESTH EAUIS. Low Editor Miss Rexie Todd's Parts I Talking Up the Interior '! World's Fair at St Louis. ..N.............c 'N....+..NN....NN.... ..N....

Fourteen of the little girl friends of At the Aragon Hotel yesterday I The attendence at the St.Louis Fairis i
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Miss Rexie Todd were entertained by there were two gentlemen Indus- : : increasing notably. The receiptsfor

her in a most beautiful manner yes- triously an enthusiastically discuss- the last half of June was some- .
b : "A prophet is not without honor, have in his owncountry"
Mr*. Charles Rheinauer has gone to terday afternoon.It ing the great prosperty of the interior : ]thing over 500000. The 40 per cent of :
I : is a proverb that does not always apply. For .
Seabreeze where she will spend a was Miss Rexie's eighth birthdayand towns of Florida. They were George this went to the government met the
I' : instance about 1000 people in this country do business with !
month. she invited her little friends to K. Robinson, of Ocala and E. M. '! pending claim, and the expectationis .

come and help her enjoy the after- Cheney, of Orlando. that the payment due in July will : MUNROE & CHAf BLISS .
L. J. editor of the BANKER :
i Brumby, ,
noon. She was assisted in the pleas- "There is no discounting the fact," ; be made without trouble. The prospect ,

Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, is of the afternoon by her mother, of the having to take .
ures said Mr. Cheney, "that the interior government : OCALA, FLORIDA o

vbitlng at White Springs. I Mrs. C. C. Todd, her grandmother, towns are coming into prominence. i over the enterprise and run it to secure ..+....+..............................*........*..*>...
For the next 30 days. Wall paper Mrs. Green and Misses Margaret We have, down in Orlando, outlivedthe its loan is now slight. This is

at half regular price. J. Starr 7-1 I Taylor and Sara Harris. freeze, and today we are more I gratifying not merely for the people I Master Henry Blount gave a number The Khd of -Democratic-- -Sri-*-* It--
Ott"mllt'rger. I For quite awhile games were played prosperous than ver. We are build- : who invested their money in the exposition of his little friends de- G
a {'ol. Bryan Bald to
I on the front lawn and then latera but on the ground of national -
The Ldies were out ye sterday i ing good streets and taking and i! lightful picnic party at Silver t. h e omrrrnttwi:

looking after the cemetary and putting flag hunt was enjoyed. Quite a active part in the construction of i pride and national education. This Springs. They went out in several''I Tuiie I .have how

It In order. They are deserving number of tiny flags had been hidden good road. I am confident that we fair is one of the things which oughtto buggies and were chaperoned by Miss I i the party tUMia),

about the yard and the children had be seen by all intelligent Ameri
of all praNe. will double our population in ten Gertrude Peyser and Miss
I Bessie : but today, M a pri-
great fun trying to find their hiding years. There are all kinds of improvements cans. The interest in such great Porter. The folks
The tore building of Messrs. Mc- t young spent I \ \ atiti*.., I amore
places. Miss Tommie Standley found I going on, and Orlando is I shows has notably subsided in recent time most happily and i'
presented a 'iirtanuM is'
and is looming big
l\r Mackay np the number and to her was the of St. Louis
to-day the best interior town of the years.and experience
pretty picture on the return drive :
and when completd will be one of the the democracy's success tfcftii w.... Iwas
given a very pretty silk flag as a sou- state." will discourage the repetition of the sly
and most commandingIn each vehicle being made most festive I a candidate.'*
venir. "I don't agree with you," said Mr. undertaking in this country for a with decorations of pink crepe myrtle ,

Ocala. The next contest starson good while. Therefore the chanceto Had Texas lUt d to UM.
was pinning Robinson. "In Ocala there is not a mosses and pink boughs. n+ ndanllaU

Mr*. Edward L. McIntosh is at the U. S. flag. A large flag was vacant store, a vacant warehouse or I Ia see the remarkable architectureand Texas would not have HM w.*+rtt to

home again after a very delightful hung from the banister and each vacant dwelling, and the railroadsare the instructive exhibits now on The Ocala Daily Banner reports day. They warned the pt..t4. of d

visit with relatives and friends in child blindfolded was given a small using all of their flatcars in the view there will not come again soon. June as the best month in its financial Texas and even asked the Iatare .

Columbia and Xewberry, South Caro- star to try to pin on one of the starson state to haul lumber to Ocala for Brooklyn Eagle.Chamberlain's history. Ocala certainly: has evey rea- to protect the cotton Mi by &,..t...,-

lina. the"flag. Quite a number came building puposes. We are to Florida son to be proud of her excellent ing cotton fields this ikle of tfeo fife
Salic, Cholera an* Die
very near reaching the desired spot down there what Atlanta is to Geor- rrhoea Remedy" dailyand it must be gratifying to the Grande, yet some people "via*." tile
Raiford W. Ditto. of the Springfield -
but Miss Nettie Chambers was for- distinguished "Ocala editor" td see scientists and tllaY they de RIt kaew
gia. We are going ahead at a rate This remedy is certain to be neededin
pharancy, left last evening over tunate enough to her star direct- his able efforts appreciated. Frank what they abwrt. ( .
pin that frightens the natives of Gainesville almost every home before the sum- are talking ten
the S. A. L. Ry. for the mountains of
ly over one of the stars in the flag who have always watched us mer is over. It can always be depended Harris stands by common consent, at zales (Tex.) Inquirer. .

North Carolina for a rest of two in the most the head of Florida and in ..
jouralism ,
and so she received the prize, a box grow with a jealous eye. But, by upon even severe ------ -
weeks.Jacksonville :Metroplis.Fred and dangerous of cases. It is espec- this Ocala is again to be congratulat- "t
of candy, tied with red, white and the way Gainesville is booming. If
ially valuable for summer disordersin
ed.-The Florida Fruit and Truck
Cook and Allen Love will be blue ribbons. this thing of building keeps up they children. It is pleasant to take

After this contest more games were will need brick two in that and fails to relief. Grower. -'"
.given. a preliminary hearing before a yard or never give prompt LUMBER !

Justice Waid today charged with the enjoyed and then the little ones city or near by in order to supply the Why not buy it now? It may save Mr. Jack Horner umpired the ball
life. For sale by all druggists. m
marched into the
dining room by
murder of William Ruth and Isaiah I demand. They tell me that: they are game Wednesday afternoon betweenthe

Pitts. twos. The hostess and Master James preparing to build a solid line of brick Bonds Win by a Large Majority. Banners and the Stars, There KOl'Cill and

I Chace, the only boy asked to the
blocks from the down
public square was not a single kick and his decis- 11111F:11t11;
Ernest Watson, of Jacksonville, is The election Tuesday passed off
I party, led the march. West Main street to the Atlantic
ions were perfectly fair and exact.It .
i here on a visit to his brother and quietly and those who favored bonding -
On the center of the table was a Coast Line Dry Siding, Flooring and Otifof.
yards. is the concesus of opinion that it
mister, )Ir. and Mrs. F. L. Watson. the city for the amount stated in
birthday cake in which were burn- And Edwin Brobston the Jacksonville
After sending a short while here he the oradinance won with hands down. was the best umpired game ever play-
ing colored wax candles, signifyingthe real estate dealer, was listeningto ed in this B.: H.
city. Mr. Horner is Seymour
will go to the mountains of North There were 254 votes polled and 242 per- ,
of Miss Rexie. Ice cream,
age what said with
Carolina ami later to the St. Louis was being open- of them were in favor of bonds.It fectly familiar with every baseballand Ocala Fla.
cake and candies were served and
mouth astonishment. Jacksonville is
the most of
up-to-date phases
Fair was a splendid endorsement for

were greatly enjoyed. not the only city on the map.- those who favor pushing the city the game. ___
Fate Holland was tried before Justice Quite a number of pretty birthday Times Union. Jerry Burnett
forward. Dr. Andrew Sledd, who has been
t Waid yesterday for assaulting gifts were presented to Miss Rexie I -----
aka I I To Be Married August Third I I Mr. and :Mrs.: William B. Lamar, chosen president of the University of
and in her | Merchant
)I. Rubens. The fine imposed upon every way party was a
I Mist Florence Elisabeth Delp, of t who were recently married in At- Florida, has long been recognized as
amounted to
him and cost of court great success.
German New York and Mr. lanta sailed for Europe on the White one of the foremost educators of the
the fine he
f26.64. If he fails to pay
goes on the hard roads for 60 days. I A House Breaker Arrested. Edwin Christy Welsh, of Cornell, Star liner, Baltic, on the 13th of south, and under his wise directionthe Tailoring.

-,- Joe Daniels was tried yesterday Florida, will be united in marriageon July. The Baltic is the largest passenger University cannot fail to grow

Ex-Senator A. S. )Mann, national before Justice Waid for breaking and the afternoon of Wednesday, boat ever built. It has four and prosper as never before. The Ocala Florida.

good roads organizer, was in Ocala I'I entering the boarding house and August the third. I I i decks is almost as big as the Lucania board of trustees could not have Finest trf1poth..I'UtII

restaurant of Early Johnson. near and made into If made better selection Lake City : Domestic Clothe. .
yesterday and entertained us for an I Invitations have been received by Campania one. a ;-

He his to I the city market. I Park Row and the St. Paul, the two Reporter.Mrs. I t 'uttini: a 4pwialtyE'
hour or more. was on way I friends of the groom in this city and .
The proprietor of the house \\asj !' s tlnarantw..j
Crystal River, where he will spend f! unite in wishing him a happy marriedlife largest buildings in New York, were J. H. Curry, fcrmerly of this !

Home time with his friend, Col. Nic jl1ar'o. j awakened by Daniels striking and will give_his wife a warm placed one on top of the other it city but now of Palmetto, passed I:

j j I' matches, he had a big knife in his : welcome. Mr. Welsh is the presi- would still lack 108. feet of being as through Ocala Friday afternoon on :

hand and went to each of the sleeps -
Jundge and Mrs. W. S.Bullock and i I 1 dent of the Northern & Southern long as the Baltic. She can carry her way to New York to visit her
for the of robbery and
:, Lumber Company at Cornell eight 3,000 passengers besides a crew of 250. 1
r sons and Miss Alice Bullock went daughter, Mrs. E. S. Halsey, who
murder he
if encountered resistance. All her first class accommodation is
'I miles south of Ocala.
down to Palatka yesterday via the 1. i before her marriage a few weeks ago
When hailed
Johnson the
I by pro-
Ocklawaha river in company with I 'I II )Ir. and Mrs. Welsh will take and I amidship. The grand dining saloon, was Miss Sussie Curry. Mr. Halseyis
I prietor, Daniels said he was on the
extended bridal to Cornell I situated on the upper deck is a very
trip returning electrician and
Captain Howard on his boat, the : a prominent young
1 war-path and that he had better look
I. handsome apartment, and extends
"William Howard. Thev will re- I about Septemper first. inventor of New York City.
out. the full width of the shipseventyfive -
turn Sunday I I The noise A New Editor. UTIOIIIL SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
some of the feet. It has seating accommodation The Gainesville and Ocala colored '
Miss Jeffie H. Bell, formerly of this Atlsets. 0.y KUfcUtbl 1ST*.
Associa- sleepers and Daniels was finally for 370 persons, is exceptionallylofty baseball teams played two games of Trcti Club r.." Dtewim ** tfc* ,to,Rip
The Turpentine Operators
city, has assumed the city editorshipof Joint, Par ym. Furs. rtffiia, F*....* ft4
driven from the house. ball in that one on Monday and B. !U.. ltm.RLi .
tion will hold its fourth annual meet- and airy, and with its effective city, private dieesaee niU. at< L'ttw7hgus
the Tallahassee Daily Capital.The ..14. bend lot H1alQsted CU'ft1aI.
I It was not long before he returned afternoon. In both
Ing In Jacksonville September 10th. scheme of decoration, which unites one on Tuesday
and broke into the Capital says: "Miss Bell is an v the Gainesville "young
green grocery games
and of
President Lang urges the Ocala : artistic taste brightness aspectcan
store of X. Stevens, next door to educated lady and goes at her work league" were victorious.Mr. .
"sub" to be present with the largest claim to be one of the most
Johnson's. with pride and a vim, which will -
delegation and thus keep up its reputation palatial saloons on the Atlantic. : Laurence Scott went dofrn to
j )lr. Tipton, who lives directly op- inure to the advantage of the Capital
Lake Weir afternoon.He .
readers." Americans are known as a dyspeptic Wednesday
posite, saw the negro enter the build-
The extent of this disease will be his
Mr*. S. R. Birdsey, jr., who came ing notified the policeman, and he We congratulate the Capital on se* people. 1 joined today by
be inferred from the multitude !
I may mother and a of
to Ocala to be present at the funeralof was arrested in the building. curing the services of Miss Bell, I party young
i I of so called "medicines" offered as a
will remain at the Lake for
her mother, the late Mrs. Robert I Daniels was bound over to the circuit whose workwe know, will be a splen- remedy. They are often in tablet they
1 1-- about ten
i Bullock, whose death occurred Sunday court. did addition to this bright daily. form and have no value except as palliatives days.

: July 10th, leftlast night for her The Ocala Banner welcomes her of the immediate effects of Mr. Davis may be getting along in ,
Mo Shown. The who used them
Pity dyspeptic. man
home in Macon, Ga. Her sister, into the newspaper fraternity. years, but we are assured that he
may feel better but is surely getting _
Mrs. Harry Wright will remain in "For years fate was after me con- would like to meet some of his crit- I -
besaall Players and Foot, Racers! worse. They do not touch the real

i i Ocala awhile longer. tinuously," writes F. A, Gulledge, Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long cause of the disease. Dr. Pierce's ics in a go-as-you-please, ten to fifty tr IMCA1

it Verbena, Ala. "I had a terrible case distance foot racer of Germany and Golden Medical Discovery is a medi- miles. CI.r ....oJ." e t"iiiilM.i$

Misses Sallie and Leta Camp and of Piles causing 24 tumors. When Holland, writes, Oct. 27th, 1901: cine specially prepared to cure diseaseof ---

E Master William Camp leave today all failed Bncklen's Arnica Salve "During my training of eight weeks' the stomach and organs of digestion I -- ....

: for Suffolk, Va., to join their parents I cured me. Equally good for burns foot races at Salt Lake City, in April and nutrition. It U not made to HY ROBINSON. President j. st BAfcCO, MtMffff

last, I used Ballard's Snow Linimentto give temporary relief but to effect
t s, and sister. They will all then go to and all aches and pains. Only 25c. my greatest satisfaction. There- permanent cure. In ninetyeightcases Commercial Bank of Ocala

the mountains of North Carolina to at Tydings & Co's. Drug Store. m
fore I highly recomend Snow Lini- out of hundred it cures
every :BU.;:R 0? co IIEBIBL :SASS 0? JATOSTILLS.:
spend two months. Col. and Mrs. ment to all who are troubled with perfectly and permanently.It .
Off For Lake Weir.
Camp and Miss Camp were expected sprains, bruises or rheumatism." cost Dr. Pierce$25,000 to give .
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home this week but owing to the Yesterday afternoon quite a partyof 25c, 50c, $1.00 bottle. Sold by Anti- away in the last year the copies of .. c.r......-". ---,.-",',-,,:'"''"."..n< ._J

have Ocala people went down to Lake monopoly Drug Store. m his People's Common Sense Medical -
former not being very they 'ot C
Adviser which has been applied for.
Weir where will weekor Ut
all they spend a Notice. -
decided to remain away summer. This book of 1003 pages is sent free on
ten day. In the were Mrs. old relics
party freaksof
Any one having receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay F -

Mr. Edward Holder. was in the G. S. Scott, Misses Louise Scott, nature, heirlooms, Indian relics, expense of mailing only. Address Dr. _ct: c::::-:>> : -

city yesterday, returning from .Atlantic Meta Jewett, Ethel Robinson, :Mary old implements of war of any kind, R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N.Y, rC.7 :

Beach, where he had been Anderson and Sue Anderson. They curious fish, birds, sea shells, bird : :
I Mr. Edward Holder, of Ocala, c:::::>>
a few daith Mrs. were preceded the day before old books
spending by eggs, rare plants, manu- passed through the city Friday on -cr.-.

Holder, who injured herself slightlylast Lourence Scott and Emmett Robinson script, fancy work, bits of native his way to the Continental to join co ft i:3. .'/.

Saturday while bowling. Her wood, grain, fruits, bones of rare animals :Mrs. Holder, who, on account of an + :

friend. will be delighted to learn The party will ,stay in Mr. Wood- etc.; etc. Bring or send themto 1 .-0...
accident is confined to her
J.. ) room. l Ct
however, that she is now all right row's cottage, Blair Villa, at East Dr. G. N. Davis, Crystal River, -
Her friends will be pleased to know -- .......
again. Mrs. Holder has the reputa- Lake and are anticipating a royal Fla., at once. He wishes a car lot of that she is improving and hopes soon In

tion of being one of the most popular good time, fishing, boating, etc.. in such to carry to the World's Fair at to be entirely recovered.-Sunday's Does! a General Baulking Uu-.Uf'llili.. '

matrons at the Continental. this famous lake. St. Louis, Sept. 10, 1904. 6d Imw I Times Union. Account Solicited.n .
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F TH E. OCALA BANNER r CRAVES' .TRIBUTE TO BBYAI. ( SENATOR BROWN ONt -1 tered into 700 separate precincts.1 Visitatioa to the Stack Farms. I IJIr. {" -

therefore unorganized, without pow I S. H. Gaitskill, who has a Disease bits ne SWM\U

Hon John Temple Graves, editor ofthe THE PRIMARY} SYSTEM. er and influence, and endangered by"t vacation.
Z1223 21 t large stock farm at McIntosh and
HAS! :::?
f Atlanta Xews, w a popular lecturer :| money and whiskey and every other I] I: If need Rah and

?. 7. LtiTsi:ti, ..3is.iessM XI !:. well and intently who is doing much to adt'ance.thb. i you
as as a thrilling SAYS UILESS RADICAL CHANGE IS ; scheme of unprincipaled politicians. 1 strength useScott's

writer.3Ir. interest in this county was in Ocala
, interesting MADE FAVORS RETURIINfi TO i j jCORVENTIOR I will never favor the idea of some I

I 1I Graves was never an advocate of PLAI. politicians, that the state bear all the Saturday and told us of his visitation I Emulsionsummer

the IS to 1 theory, but on the contrarywas i} expenses of the candidates for the to the stock farms near Ocala which I Ii I
admirer Hon. C. :3L Brown, of this city, a | i I as In winter.
a ,
great | various state offices. That would j he did at his leisure.
candidate before the late I .
ft primaries, E.sv'- n astxrrr
Mr. '
and eulogist of j
open the door for an innumerable I
addressed the following letter to He first visited the farm of the : a 'f r.L a- -
Cleveland and in his j I number of candidates, and end in I I us Pad Sa..c % V.vtyw
the Jacksonville Metropolis, giving Edwards Brothers near the city and sada. r *....
popular lectures over the state's going into bankruptcy Limmediately II l :
his views on the primary question. says their fine cows are in excellent
the country magnifiedthe after the first -
primary, J -
Ocala, July 16, 1904. condition and everything about the I
f M greatness and under such a law. wearing thesuccessful I.- ae ......f'i. -.oQJI&
To the Editor of the Metropolis: place has a thrifty, up-to-date ap-
achievements of the I farmer.
Now conclusion, allow me to

latter while he minimized the former. In accordance with your request I say that unless our primary law can pearance. I I Mr. Gatofeffl Mid tt cues a r..... ....
M THE BASSEL BELIEVIXO Mr. Gaitekill next visited the Palmetto -
; (/ : herewith hand you views regard I
3Ir. Graves attended the greatdemocratic my be so amended as to safeguard every tight to go aunt till tana aDd ...iy
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ing the primary law as now existingin Farm, belonging to Z. C.
r national convention at voting in the its well Sited and wi t.
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS precinct state by a Chambliss & Company. He found arp -p
state. had
our Having some trying
TAKE( ITS STAND IX THE BARRICADES St. Louis and wrote a magnificent board of election inspectors who will and stable Ins ...., '-"tI11 ay
experience as to the of this farm in prime condition. Stock I I
3 WITH THE COiTMOS PEOPLE sketch of its proceedings and among efficacy see that e'"ery"oter complies strictly Ifteoldt.. He aM that Cat. MUW hue
this law I think I of its fat and well cared for and the pro-
other things paid the following [ with the election laws, regardless of the flues eon etoa> that b* &.. _
mad food stuff to
F THE BETTERXEST OF THOSE AT THE vantages and disadvantages with prietors making ample
= terly tribute to the transcendent consequences, and that these primary condition in the coasts aad hh other ct >p a am
the animals in
1WrTOl. some degree of judgment. The intention keep good
_-_ genius of Mr. Bryan: elections are conducted honestly and not Irgbtljr to be Chambliss
of the the through the year. Messrs.
primary, or spiritthat
FRIDAY, JULY 22, 19*l.f But all tributes and all ovations in fairly, and as free from fraud as & their atten- that Col. Miller U ...fl_ftn ail ..
Company are turning
led to its creation, was ,
l that great historic assembly of delegate possible-I am in favor of amending and the line. Hfo net i. ewYs a.d lures
and intended to benefit all alike, but tion principally to grasses are
f Hon. James Alexander is still JanaatMed .and people pale into insignificancebeside the primary system by the convention the pioneers in an industry which were a delight to th* .*. ...t tile
the effect has proved to be quite the
the continuing popular idolatrythat who thiak* that thr,
system. Respectfully, will eventually make Ocala the Lexington art a.
as the of
contrary experience a
followed William Jennings C. M. BROWN, farmers in Mario eaaaty will b.
I.- Every man thinks every man great majority of the late candidateswill of Florida.
Bryan. It was not only one time, Twentieth Senatorial District.The disabused of thfc MM tf a* will vWt
r has hit price.The testify. I have been a zeaIo From the Palmetto Farm Mr.
I rf but every time; not upon special occasions "Mfflford": aad odes f1re.l .e.tieer
DavU man" has not advocate of the primary The Town PaperIf Gaitskill visited the magnificent farm
"original system,
but upon all occasions, and ed in this arsfete.
yet turned cp.t and I am still, provided these elections it were not for the town of Mr. H. H. Whitworth, about four
Mr. GaiC
the paper 1dD'. .
slightest provocation sis .
I apon any miles south of this city. He found to
t can be conducted under the would wonld be
forgotten. Your
suggestion of him swept the vast assembly the Marioe Fare, a ..l
I I Senator Davis is a gentleman 0I f Mr. Whithworth head and ears in by .be
rigid laws that govern our general success, your sorrow world b dTown-
into storm. mentionof Consolidated Naval 5t.
t the "old school." a Every Cositpany
work and like Messrs. Chambliss &
I elections, otherwise ed in
the field for
a horse-pond of oblivian.
I his name was magical. The sight I Your which are located a bw ... eon ..
; t Swat the original Parker man. His fraud is so broad that it will be impossible next door neighbor would not know Company he is an enthusiast and has
of his impressive figure was the signal These (MM at* ATJCT UM
1 1. } is ever to rely this method that had made his farm of 350 acres in"en.., excellent -
name legion. upon you a sale of
for the wildest enthusiasm, and property management of Coi. latart F. ftofvWt
condition. Besides the usual
with any Degree .of assurance that and wife had
'Parker U along he alone was potential to still the your purchased a new ers and are su ppttd with e... of the
getting field he is attention to
j : i the re,ult of a primary election hasexpreed turnout. If it were not for the town crops paying finest
storm which his lightest word let I stoek ever hro& to the ;
I r swimmingly. thewill red top grass, which is a hay and
of the masses.MITCH the town
1 : # loose. Time and again when the .I paper would not know county, all of which aw d.islg ....
i f i Summer girls believe in making hay what existed and grazing grass.
FRAUD 13 CHARGED. care less. When
'j democratic chairman and the gar ably. fana. dreg ties pW
herd of Shorthorn
a splendid
t.f while the moon shines. geant-at-arms and the officers and For example, we have in this state you walk up town, feeling that the season ship > d bt..1 gaaeliteria 01 .
and Jersey cows, Mr. Whit-
1i f t
I I Fighting Bryan U a poor way twinning of the police, were simply leaves in about 700 or more voting precincts, could not get along without worth has some Shropshire sheep and Watermelons aM ea.t.lirpt. MId IN

I i I. enthusiasm for Parker the tempest oaf popular excitement, and each of these voting precincts, you that the stars would cease to Red Duroc and Berkshire pigs. growing sugar eae, ....... .... ei
jIi one lifted finger of the great Scores during a primary electioa,:isay be regarded shine, remember that if no one else field crops.
I Mr. Gaitskill next went the 640
i 1 J Col. Watterson U lumbering hisheavy to
kin could bring almost instant stillness as a precinct conventioncomposed recognizes your importance the reporter Col. Rogers k aM piaaiiaf. a tow
and w acre farm'of-Mr. William Gist, located
; artillery happy.
p t to the turbulent enthusiasm of every order and class of is awed by your majestic test acres of sea felaad aMaa MId if
miles south of town formerly
I eight
: This U the time for vegetarians to which all the organized forces of the citizenship, managed and directed by tread, your sublime presence. Others known a5 the Jeffords place. the South Florida Pair .......>h*

l'I I smile and look proud. democratic convention could not con board of inspectors of their number may deceive you, tell you that they Mr. Gist expects to take the prise tot the tort
was regarded as a superb
I trol. who as a general thing are blindto would like to buy you for what you sea island eoOoa
;gvowa. K* BJM
I j : Harvard College w modest in her farmer in Kentucky, and since moving a
>'o man has ever seen Bryan-thereal the election law, and everything: are worth and sell you for what you large quantity of ia
she wants to Marion has lost peeta wet
J I wants- $3,000,000.A think county none
I < Bryan-unless he saw him at St. besides except having all the votespolled you worth, but the town paper and besides ha1l_ oat a UMBJ oldt-
! li of his skill nor cunning and is as energetic
! will
i t : fast young man h apt to be slow Louis. Those who have seen him possible for the man of their stand by you notice your going aid to this aet.-
as a two old. He is
! about getting away from a bar. elsewhere have seen the great but choice. This was even the case in and coming, and make you feel as 3Ir. Gaitakill was ....iidhifty watt
,. seeking to make his: farm a modeland
tranquil teacher preaching in pa. my own city (Ocala). I saw republicans though you really'amounted to some pleased with what b h tojf doaj at
I f i Money has kept many a man ont;of when is succeeding. Besides rasing
tierce and biding his time. Those voting in the democratic primary thing, you da not. Always re these farms aad
: f" the penitentiary-and out of heaven, member the fine horsescows and hogs he is also ay.sh.y hoaid h*
, who saw him at St. Louis saw Bryanat unchallenged and unsworn. town paper.St.Angustine visited by every fast to the ..
f -
Record. giving his attention to the raising of

t too.The Marianna Time oarier says his beat and greatest, with all the Now, in our 700 voting places in the mules and is succeeding admirablyand ty who wants: to "cateh ." ta asr

lion aroused by opposition and offense state, we have under the primary law Criticism of a Govarnor. and progressive hto4.Mr. .
that Bryan could not be little if he while paying attention to his
j tried. and all his: marvelous eloquence :I 700 chances for fraud; while under Will any governor of Florida ever live stock he Is not forgetting his Gaitskill *aj* that he ha a* *,

winged to its loftiest flight by the I the convention system we could hold be subjected to the kind of criticismthat farm and notwithstanding\ the excessive intention of taking: a lark cwt let

I A pound of candy will go further occasion and the And one convention in each making is
J emergency. county, now being leveled at Minne dry weather will be in a position any farmer in Marioa *0Mifr ...

with most woman than a ton of arto hare se n Bryan at his best was to 45 county conventions and one sota's chief executive? visited these farm ta ee what ate
to harvest very fine field crop
gument. have seen the world's best at its bes: t. state convention would make only 46 This is the way the St. Paul Globe neighbors are doteg aad tit .... as
Mr. Gaitskill next visited the 1000

Judge Parker is: the only man on j THE WORLD'S GREATEST. conventions, composed of a membership shoots its satire at its governor: acre Mfllford farm about three miles to all new ideas po iM*. He fsvIWd

record who over looked dignified in a For no man living and few men of delegates from each county, "Poor old Van Sant. Despite the south of the city under the management I all the gentlemen whe &... h*

1 '- bathing suit.Hillman's. dead have ever looked upon so peerless selected from her best citizens; as it fact that he has been a nuisance and, of Col. L. P. Miller, who is still i visited to make hha a sick aad to

i an orator, so incomparable a has alway been the pride of each as far as his official ,position goes, a turn will show thtm wht he hi

( name tot mentioned in master of assemblies, as Bryan.at St. county to send to these conventionsher curse to the state, lespite the awful in the northern Hie".. of the estlt.

I connection with 101orida'snext gubernatorial Low The best citizens. These
I delegates before him delegates, so humiliation Minnesota of having ty.

race. were iron, pledged, predetermined, elected, form a general, or state con- such an object in the governor's chair Mr. Gait .ay. it fc lilt *JUef le

I' Advice: Don't eat too much meat inaccessible and immovable. But if convention, composed of the state's there is a movement of pity for him that .3IU OIl hu a ..... 'f(8s1t1>

in hot weather. It is bad for you and any one thousand men could have most reliable citizens, ,and we have as he shows his fuddled face, bewildered SKIN and it will not be aiaay ,... .....

I I : is expensive. been selected from that vast assemblage then 46 chances for fraud as against with the wiles of his tormentors she is reeegstotdl w a slertk ri .,

I or brought into that vast aseemblage 700 under the present law and unable to distinguish jest from county whoMi laMtatfaa wad b. a.

!, The trouble with Bryan: Too with minds, and unin- A COSiP.tHISOMADE.. .
open ,great an tb bto.
, earnest. There are a lot of bad boys gato* Nil of
i much brain; too much heart; too structeJ wills, and given for an hourto Under the convention plan delegates Kentucky
our -
among these republicans; but they __ ___ _
t '
:, much conscience. this matchless leader of men, he were consolidated which I Wittersoit '
ought to remember that: t is a poor in Hi" 0ld are

could have swayed and led them as gave them power and influence. Under indeed HUMORSComplete II Elect the ticket What maim
The Ocala Banners are still wearing dog for which you can find no II yoa

I that "Ha, ha! I have eaten the Demosthenes, moved the Athenians to the primary our forces are scat- better use than to tie2a tin can to his I I think we won'tel.ettb.AieketWhy,

; canary" expression "March against Philip, to conqueror tail and send him off amid the inex I you haven't the MBMI of a lot y.*..
I I die." I
j A P/CTVRE tinguishable laughter of the hard- snow bird! Go cbfe roar ..4f

i! ftI The average girl would rather.. go When the student of oratory in art, Of health we say of a perfectly healthful : hearted crowd."_ External and i around the oorar anti INk iaao..

! hungry than miss: an opportunity I to or the student in popular leadershipin woman, and it is a picture everyone horse pond aad
6 ii i loves to look All the of yea wfll a** th* toe
i! have her fortune told. expression, seeks in the future an all the artists upon.who have ever painted the Henry Watterson in His Old Age. Internal Treatment of a jackass! Or, if ym Mh. fiat b.t-

illustration to make immortal on canvas glory and beauty of woman!'ood, ars "Elect the ticket! You bet we'll ter,
: An absent-minded woman is: one only copies and imitations of his picture jumpupbeliMd.-tb.elrtJ..eieai,
in elect the ticket. Face to the foe ---
or he
description, will find the
: r who forgets hePseU and buys things .. .., .. -- Never artist The per capita naaa. toaa Maaor
ideal in the great Nebraskan who mixed a cr): >ron -eyes on the target. Every democrat ONE DOLLARConsisting
when shegoe's,! *" *hopping.I :.. hik; p1l1..ethat : in his Xo and tobaeeo has tort less too*** op
was the unchallenged and unequaled cu \-1.: place. mouthing and no
f. > and i load
J. *
I to itmuiot kJ....
-: The question now is: Who will hero of the democratic convention I(1 with the hues monkey buisness. No nonsense -
I -1: g, which tint a of warm bathswithuticure The expert of th* au iaBMiir!:! lor
be stronger in West Virginia the "oldman" ] of 1904. .J : healthful wonan's about either '73 orl'98. Fools to the
a twenty-dft'Mft w.n $.b111aN
or the "son-in-law?" It is claimed ": cheek. rear! Braves to the front! March!" .
that some of the results i Why should and the revere FlU 1"sg bas u.-w

{' It will be worth going miles to see of "higher education" are the j! this sacrificed charm be tot -Louisville Courier Journal. ( and tobaeeu w*" ,......1,1i11. ..

Cleveland and Bryan speaking from following: That less than half the 1 sickness? 1 t Dade County Republicans."Be l that, with the *se attoa: of tt* .....'.
I female !' need not be
f' the same stump for Parker. graduates find husbands and save in rare it resolved, Thatjthe excutive est on the pablie debt ails Baaui ...

less than three fourths of the males : cases. The general SOAP tobacco o er4 ..... aM
committee very tor
Every time an old bachelor heats find wives. e ;: health of elected by this convention H .j.. MB

a baby cry he takes a fresh grip on 1 : woman is so I are hereby instructed that they ning the govenunat.

j s his resolution to remain single. We are told by the director of the '1 i local linked womanly with the shall, in calling all conventions, and Men who toil ta .hoan attar .to, tfc*
mint that the to cleanse the skin
silver dollar i is passing : health that primaries, make such rules governingsame of hot sun are asked to haw .-. eFI1-

The Miami Metropolis says that out of use. The director of the mint L- f i and wasted sunken cheek as shall allow only white votersto crusts and scales, and party for the orerwerk.'fWr lr..

Hearst did the manly thing iniring calls our attention to a matter which are in general but evidences of womanly eve partisipate in sach conventions or soften the thickened cuticle clerks who are eompcttod ..till s? s

J his congratulations to Parker. has always been a source of diseases. Cure the diseases and the physical
grief. "
-- health is restored.Dr. primaries. ; CUTICURA Ointment a day in the breee at u Nut.

; }- The Atlanta Journal 'still doesn't The wife of a New York bishop has the ills. Pierce's of women.Favorite It Prescription establishes red cures Editor Setzer, of the High Springs to instantly allay trie fan and refused mere thaadays' ei.,

A like Bryan. It wanted him to bolt been robbed of jewels worth 50000. larity, dries weakening drains heals in itching irritation and vacation OB teU pay e*di J'esr.
flammation and ulceration, and cures female Hornet, has purchased the Alachua -The
and is mad because he Poor Commoner.
didn't.The woman. How she will miss
I weakness.Mr Hustler, and has a larger field to dis- inflammation and soothe --- .
I: them when she goes out on her Mary E. Lewis, of Tanner. Cilmer Co.. Judge Parker i*
various breakfast foods will be errands W. ti a.'.writes. "I shall always recommend Dr. play his unique and peculiar talentsin and heal; and CUT nervy at ah* "-k k*
of mercy among the Pw: r Favorite Prescription'Golden Medical fast table. UU breakfast
dinner and supper foods if theme poor Discovery and Pleasant Pellets' for they cured the newspaporial line. Here's CURA Pills rrual% ** >
t me when doctor and other medicines failed. I to cool and slats of fruit, oatmeal
strike of long continuance. The newspapers say that Henry G. For fifteen years I suffered untold m .Mry. I success to Bro. Setzer. cleanse beef% es .
When I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's medi the blood.A sausage, or baeen
Davis is a typical American-he is cines I had given! up all hope of ever getting eggs, bwkrl.Tot.

t The campaign rhymsters are in forty times a millionaire. It is thing welL I 1 ate could would not lie almo down crarv to sleep> me and to death.every Grover Cleveland's name heads th Single Set, costing but On DoHar, cake, maple yruf, bet ssrli .g
not is
hard lines. Davis is almost as bad to the Was very nervous and could ha..ly walk across list of distinguished men and often sufficient to care the most tortur and two cup of eeffeg.
typical down in these parts. I room. I only weighed ninety pounds when women ing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and blood
a end up a rhyme with as Fairbanks. commenced taking these medicines MX yean who will have the humors, fTTf fishes Sam
charge of crusade TPT, Jones
ego; now I weigh one hundred and forty pounds itchlcgs, and aaaeuaee* IMt
The friends
of Hon. W. A. Blount, and am haYing better health than ever before. irritations, with loss of hair,from i lnWq
My friends all say they can hardly believe that I against child labor and it is as creditable to when all else tends to rote the rtl1-'iM'R-
The g. o. p. claims the credit for of Pensacola, are already mentioning am the! same person; after being sick so Ion I age fails .rw.
have changed to ? a position as his name has gold tbroahoa ft* send Cutlnra and snout for th* deok ,
be robust and occupied OUL:se. Oint.SJeip
rosy cb< c the bountiful grass: crops but disclaims [ his name as iOe \III font at ..tow..
SenatorIaUory's .
D I"iIIA. .
: Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate since his retirement from the r i.lof"J! Depots LoiKto, f1 Chbout -. nets. In polls aad ret fon h.,
all responsibility for hay fever. successor. stomach, liver and bowels. J 1 .&ft. Putter sj.;ftri DrIll* j a au..1a Om.Corp PmU,s Bo*.[ua>,>IS...Ca as pW I, scheme U I E to be pkUirwt. .
presidency. rfml far "How to Ou Tunwisi, DW tei lAd
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Butchers' Strike Against Packers Now "'e hnea large; number sewing Hacliine* that IUI" hens

Threatens to Extend. II I-.lle but little-that weil ..ao-.e out at Bargain Frier+ *.

ARE NOW BOOMING STATE OF AFFAIRS QUITEJANGUINARYJapanese Chicago, July : .-A final effort to Tii<* 4 machine* bare ben fhuruuzhljr nTerhautai bjr etptrieneetl -
workmen and all worn part replaced and matfea
secure as a basis for arbitration! in sf MMl a* new for tervice. Each machine adn..tiHl. tried, n4stuaranteed

i The Campaign Is Opening Up :. ,' the stock yards strike an agreement to do perfect work belwre it leur. ttMr .1oree. Can
fe Seizures of British Vessels In and Russians Engage from the packers that all employes on be <*een and tried. it desired.

In Earnest. I !I i strike shall be reinstated within a specified "'e willMell the*e machine fiery low ror ("a..b. 1'rfre" rna

t Y the Red Sea. In Bloody Contest*. tima. was made today by President from %t.OU to 912 00. and each U a bargain the. prl.....
I U'e arenent't for the celebratedew Home and "IThrrterA
AFFAIRS AT ESOPUS, N. Y| i Donnelly of the butchers' union.In Wilton" Hewing; Jiachiuewilh or without hntton-hoir at*
MAY LEAD TO -SOME TROUBLE. BATTLE OF MAO TicN .PASS. a letter to J. Ogden Armour, t.U'b wen t.
Effort Will Be Made To Get Judge President Donnelly declared that if Grapuophone and record A Graphophoue and (t Kecwrd

: In Official Circles! Strong Comment Russians In Fight Sustain Loss of this concession: is not made a sympathetic for $ .00. Furniture and Ilou.e FnrnUhing fo.MU at
Parker to Begin His Active Campaign -MI1TIIS.- Sperial attention to mail order,
!I I Is Made In Regard to Russia's Pcfi- 2,000, While the Japanese Casualties strike of about 14,000 other
In the Middle West Soon After workmen at the yards will be called. Ocala Furniture Company
r.L'i I cy In Detaining Mail Ships of Other ,Are Estimated at Only 200-Efficiency -
Notification Ceremonies.Fsopus The packers continue to hire new

I Nations Traversing the Red Sea. cf the Japanese Infantry. men to take the places of the strik

t N. Y.. July Zo-Esopus took I ers. They say they will be able to I .-
London, Jul r-0.-In British official General Kuroki's Headquarter. Via
j on a new atmosphere today: with the operate their plants even if the sympathetic .
circles the recent seizures and overhauling fusaa, July IS.-(Delayed ia Trans
t! arrival of the first train bringing New strike is called.
of British ships in the Red sea mission)-More Russian troops were
York newspapers. The conferenceof Operations at the yards have reached I T. W. SMITH & CO.
by the Russian volunteer fleet steam engaged in yesterday's battle at Mao ,
New York Democrats helu last 50 per cent of the normal businessin
ers Smolensk and St. Petersburg, are Tien pass: than in previous engage-
night at the Hoffman house was tie the large packing houses and the I -DAELERS Df-
regarded as very grave international ments. There were probably double
: subject of the keenest Interest to the announcement was made tnt the out
incidents. The seizure of the Peninsular the number of those which took part a
I villagers, who hitherto have been put in all departments will be increased 1
and Oriental steamer Malacca In the fight at the Yalu nver, while HARDWAREAGENTS
content In the knowledge of JudgeParker's daily.
I by the St Petersburg and her arrivalIn opposed to them were only one brigade
nomination, without bothering The letter of Mr. Armour was signedby
the Suez canal aa a prize of war and one battalion of the Japanese
I about any of the details or gossip President Donnelly and informed FOR THE
on her way to LIbau on the Baltic forces. The Russian loss is estimated
I connected with his campaign. The the employers in substance that the
has come as a climax and the cabinet at 2,000. The burial of the "
I judge himself showed an interest beyond butchers have conceded everything White Hickory" Wagon.
today is considering the course to pur dead continues. The Japanese cas-
his usual calm and at breakfast possible and that if the packets con

read the newspaper accounts of the sue.The British law officers acknowledge ualties The engagement aggregated 200.has conspicuously sider the welfare of the men whom | Let Us Furnish You Prices on Building Materials.

conference with close attention, but, they have hired since the strike began -
the right of the Russians to seize demonstrated the wonderful efficiency Ocala Florida.
u usual without any comment which to be of more importance than
and detain mails provided that only of the Japanese infantry. They proved
could reach the newspaper men. that of the strikers, that an appeal
official communications are taken, bu incomparably the better marksmen ---
A report Is current that there willto far assistance will be made to all
they take the most serious view of the with more Initiative and they outfought
an effort to get Judge Parker to union men employed at the yards.
I status of the two Russian ships patrolling and outgeneraled the Russians -
begin his active campaign in the mid The strike leaders will remain at tie
the Red sea. and if offc! on every point. I
I i4.die west with a speech at Chicago, any I Sherman house until a reply Is received Awfuln Nr s
' action or protest ensues, it will
soon after the notification ceremonies.It bet from the.packers. In the event it
chiefly in regard to the passage SL Petersburg, July 20.-Without 1
is understood that Mayor Carter H. these erstwhile merchant discussing in any way tIle international is unfavorable the firemen and engineers Are sure indication of sots terra of BIZ

Harrison, of Chicago, is anxious not ships at the yards. It Is said< will be r J trouble billou.mes.s or a bad fiver Malaria Will

only to have the first big gun of the through the Dardennelles and their questions involved the newspapershere first appealed to for a sympathetic i next Don't risk it, aDd above all.
subsequent transformation are all rejoicing over the exploits \1t tak.calom .
shipsof crqu1nbo-bo 1AlU
campaign fired in Chicago, but to have war. of the volunteer fleet steamers strike. These union. he strike leaders I on'; B'

Judge Parker and William J. Bryanon expect, will be followed 5y those
In official circles strong comment is in the Red sea. The Xovoe Vremya HERBINE
the platform together upon that oc- of the coopers, steamfitters and other 4
made in regard to Russia's policy in says the work they are doing indicates
casion. Of trades.
course nothing definite
this matter. It is regarded as impos the: wisdom of establishing the fleet, has an their TL.-ues-aone of their
on that subject can be learned here
sible that the commanders of the Smo which was begun by naUfnai subscription WAYYLAID !' deadly' effects HEABINE takesregularly
for Judge Parker absolutely refuses ROBBE5. ,
lensk and St. Petersburg were given when the country wus too impoverished will forestall be attaches pas
to discuss any of his plans subsequentto -- the orgmnaia perfect co dl-
full power, and the officials therefor to build the vessels after the T'JA.1Jr digestive
his notification.So Atlantan Knocked Down In Front of tion. caJ. o! biliousness, itead&eberi
for aa the notification itself is concerned are inclined t othe gr ea vT90S.< J Turko-Russian war. It was the pioneer His Residence. liver ilb keep you ia good h=Jtl2.

it will be held at Rosemont. are Inclined to the grave, conclusion subsidized line of auxiliary cruisers -j Atlanta, July 20.-As a result of hay i ... TSY IT TOXUY.For :x
that the Russian which most countries have since
Judge Parker intends to remian here government gave implicit imitated. ing been waylaid stabbed and knocked dto It Bouo. AD

throughout the instructions to the two com down when a'most In front of his
campaign* save, perhaps manders.: The effect The papers adds that there is plenty
for two or three weeks' abauce on. th estr residence 234 East Hauler street last i Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
of for the fleet in
exchange today was seen in a heavy scope European
to make speeches in large cities night and robbed of $45. Cicero
fall In consols and other gilt-edged Atlantic and Pacific waters. By threatening .
Keen aa Chicago Philadelphia and securities Thompson a stone cutter, is in a se- --
on fears of international to deprive the Japanese of J
com riously condition. the services of ,
X.w York and possibly Boston.It .
plications. The dangers and difflcui- arms and munitions, it can compel tie physician being to up'' II
necessary sew 1
was a cloudless,
warm dayat
very tics of the situation are mucn com- detachment of part of the Japanese the wounds Inflicted. 'I'|

part Esopus.of It In the The river Judge as usual began, then.his mented upon In the newspapers which fleet. This is why the appearanceof Thompson was almost at the gate I The Portable Saw Mill is the Coming MilL t

are practically unanimous in denouncing the volunteer fleet in the Red sea of his
residence when
after the morning newspapers, he took the "dubious and irregular char is hailed: with so much satisfaction. white an OUR MILL IS THE COMINCPORTABLE
man approached and struck him
up his voluminous maiL
acter" of the volunteer fleet vessels. on the head,,, stabbed him and knocked
When Mr. Davis
comes to Esopus,
"If the actions are proved as we BRYAN TALKS. him to the sidewalk. While Thompson MilL.
tomorrow, he probably will be accom-
believe to be those of vulgar filibusters was in a partially unconscious
tpanied by Senator GormanIt was ." says the St. Petersburg Gazette. Plan of Continuing Fight for Economic condition the unknown
announced at Rosemount today that "they must be Reform. highwaymanwent It is a portable mill that is really portable. Makes perfect !
recalled by Russia through the
or pockets of his vie-
Judge Parker had sent the senator an Chicago July 20.-\VHIIam J. lumber. Capacities ?,000 to 15,000 feet per day.
the skull anti croaa bones must be Ery time and secured $45, leaving $1(73(
invitation to with Mr. Davis.
come run up and they will be tired upon an passed through Chicago today to in bills that were in a coat pocket in R
Whether or not Cia senator's visit will Central Illinois. -
sighted"Another wallet.
hive any bearing upon the selectionof He said that in this week's issue of J
element adding to the duo Before the robber could complete his
a chairman of the national commit- Cr of the situation is the attitude his paper fie would fulfill the promise work Thompson recovered sufficiently I
tee could not be learned. However. he made last week in
Japan may assume The "Outlining a to
Pall Mali put up a fight and the unknown
ft is said that the question of national
Gazette points out that If, as stated plan of continuing the fight for economical man ran down Moore street to the
chairman is still open and will not be
reform within the Democratic
In a dispatch from Constantinople the railroad yards where he was lost
finally settled for some days.
party.- J
Russian guardshlp: Chernomoretz tra in the darkness.
Today's information seems to give ;
versed the straits fully armed, "it Mr. Bryan .said: An examination showed that the
added force to tha impression that would see into "The election of, Judge Parker In knife had
justify Japan in re- gone through the clothing o*
Judge Parker will not resign his position.
girding Turkey stead of interfering with these reforms Thompson and
as an ally of Russia penetrated: the abdomen
In the court of appeals until alter
and Invoking the terms of the Anglo- will open the way for a success but not sufficiently to cause a
the formal notification of his nom Japanese treaty." 'ful fight by ridding the country of Imperialism fatal wound.

ination. This would delay the resignation -, : by removing the race issue The matter was reported to the po

until after Aug. 8, and thus I TRIENNIAL and by substituting the spirit of lice.
prevent the election of his successor peaceful progress for the military and

as Judge in November in thta I "
Ladles of the Maccabees Assemble at warlike spirit engendered by the ac- CARPENTERS LOCKED OUT. TAKE YOUR MILL TO THE LOGS.
event Governor Odell would have the I tions and utterances of President

designation of a judo to fill the va Detroit Mich. Roosevelt. My statement is intendedto Work Tied Up on Many Large New Can be set and ready to saw in two hor rs. Vai:; i iit-: tc"

The of tion Cable Feed. Stationary Mills.. capa6: :t'< P : f J
cancy. present court appealsproper Detroit ilich. July Seventy-five encourage the reform element In York Buildings.New any y I
consists of three Democratsand I and Stationary Engines Railway iiU and F. l7" !
delegates representing 150,000 womenIn the Democratic party by showing that York. July 20.-All carpenters

four Republicans. Judge p rk.1 I all parts of the country were in the fight Instead of being over, has employed by the 'Master Carpenters WRITE US TO-DAY.

era mail today, while very large was attendance today when the tri-ennlal in reality just begun." association{ have been locked out by
devoid of features of peculiar inter BACON & COLLINS SUPPLY C3.
I j review of the supreme hive Ladies action of the board of governors of the .

est excepting that two proud fathers. :j of the Maccabees of the World, was STEAMER SLOCUM DISASTER. Building Trades Employers' associa ==ALBANY GEORGIA.= -

one in Georgia and one in Indiana. : called to order. tion. The lockout ties up the carpenter } ,

sent word that their new born sons Federal Commission Probing Into work on j
\ Readjustment of the rates of the every large building la
. had been named after the judge. :' order Is the most Important business Great Accident at New York. the borough and involves between t ti

f '" He spent the' entire morning in his that will come before them during New York, July 20.-Tha federal i 5.000 and 0.000 men. I 1

library and did not go to ride. i their three days' sessions. After commission which Is to probe into the I This is the first time since the acceptance

He refused to discuss the New York welcoming addresses and responses recent steamer Slocum disaster held : several months ago of the *i .........................

conference of last night or any other' Mrs. Lillian M. Hollister, of Detroit, its first session today. arbitration agreement of the building .

political question. The reporters and'1: the supreme commander, made her report The committee consists of Chairman I Trades Employers' association that ': s. We keep a full stoekjsf -

telegraph operators moved into their saying In conclusion: Lawrence d. Murray, assistant secretary I ther ehas been a general lockout of LOOK FOR I '

. mew quarters in the lodge today. "We have at the present time in of the department of labor and I any kind. The carpenters locked out \

our emergency: fund $83So.7'83, behind commerce, secretary; Herbert Knox I belong to the brotherhood of carpenters -I \ > THE> SEAL 0ldJae'

Chicago July :20.-"It is true that Smith deputy commissioner of and th etroubl eis I
I: the certificates of our members whit' corporations I owing to the

ire are to have a meeting in Chicago' ', would be approximately: 57 per memo and supervising inspector ; Gen I violation of the arbitration agreement:' : x) -2-5 Old Velvet,

on Aug. :0." said Mayor Harrison today -I,, ber. Our commission aa. rates will oral George Uhler, appointed by Secretary t by carpenters striking o nx contract >II I

after reading the Associated Pre s s 1 show the exact amount to be collectd. Cortelyou. and Brigadier General I I held by one firm holding membership : : Old McBrayer

dispatch from Raopus relative to the' if the society desires to furnish John M. Wilson. U. S. A.. and la the master carpenters' association. ; ,

opening of the Democratic campaign I full life protection." Comander Winslow. U. S. N.. appoint. s

-W intend to invite Judge _Parker |i Mrs. Hollister reported that the per ad by the president at the request of WHY MILES WITHDREW. i iI : a Mark Rogers,

to be one of th* speakers. The celebration ': capita cost of expense of management Secretary Corte-lyou. iI I t

was originally set for last .f the order was the lowest in the The members of the commission already Note From Former Commander-In- I: : J -4 Old Charter

Saturday July 16. but we changeddate !,! history of the order during the past have been over the course ; ken I Chief Federal Army. Ii | I

the when we found It would occur ',, term by the Slocum on its last trig i Chicago, July 20.-John G. Woolen

before Mr. Parker and Mr. Davis MIsa BIna M. West the supreme ret. had hare inspected the wreck of th e of this city has received z letter from : t Mt. Vernon,

had received their official notifications ,:, ord keeper, In her report said: steamer. I General Nelson. ]me. In which the s

W e hue already invited Mr. Bryan. I "Beginning the term which ended former commander-ln-chief of the fed- : : !'?' Cascade and :
ex-Senator Towne and Champ Clark December 31, 1903. with 34,637 memo Omaha Neb. July 20.-fie packers era! army explains why he withdrew ':

i They han practically accepted and wean bets added its as a candidate for the Prohibit'on I I
we during three years have given formal notice to th e no m Other
counting on Judge ParEer." ,lover 83.000 new members. lire stock exchange that they are prepared ination for president: : : High :

I J I "Our emergency fund has grown tc to slaughter 1. OO cattle and I General Miles says that when hei i m

t. Meat Famine Probable. $*3S,733. Our total of certificates in 4,00d hogs daily. Packing house managers : saw the danger of dissension his name ] Grade Whiskies.

Columbus, Ga.. July: 20.-Cnlesa thi force has increased to "9.881.413We sa y that with police protection i'i I created, he sit word to keep it out, r i s

big p&ekera' strike U settled there !'I' stand first among the women's aide rs they can secure and place at work all I as he.could not think of "setting the .

t may b. a meat famine In CoIwnhua.The j of the world. The total number of the men they need. Edward. Cudthy Prohibition party by: the earsJ : Headquarters for

price of pork products has already [ He declares that if s
death paid during the term has made complaint to the boardof temperance
t' : advanced here. Just befar :; was 1.553. and the amount paid out to fire and police of failure of patrol I people of the country could get together I gnheuser-Bush Beer,
e. strike began several carloads f' they could elect
: beneficiaries was $1,433,433.: mea to do their duty.; I a president and -
beef were received but the supplj "break off the partnership. the -
July 20.-Udnunki. the an- .. I Bottle and
will net last long. Chicago. Draught.Write .
i .. ., Said Was t and saloon.1_
I dent Asap. perhaps tae oiaesi crt I Preaching Dangerous.

Greensvillev Ga., July 20.-In Hall }[ fa the world had been discovered b 0.-Actin: I, Leper*.Settlements j! e
I I for price list. Joj Trade a Specialty. 14'ar
",'. superior court Judge Russell of the I|I the University of Chicago' excavatug t San Frsociaco. Julr 20.-Hawaii has s

4 western circuit presiding the sale :]!I I I : expedition in Babylonia. of Police Backnen pulled A holiness: asked the government through the r; want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfactkm.OCO .

&tha Gainesville.J Jefferson and Soot' ]I This city has for many years been meeting which has been going on in San Francisco board of. health, for

.rn railway: _to a syndicate headed bj j i the object of search by Orientalists.It this city for several weeks. Complaint funds needed in the work of caring l

George J. Baldwin of Savannah* and Is mentioned in the code of Han was lodged against the exhorterg for a large settlement ot lepers. The t; i HOUSE WINE ROOMS

10 miles of the same roan to the murabi. an early king of Babylonia by Dr. Davis Furmaa who saidthat settlement contains 331 native Hawaiians ,

j Georgia raflrod wag confirmed f which document was translated recently the life of one of his patients 34 Chinese. 10 Portuguese !
.This ends the seven years litigation by Professor Robert P. Harper director was endangered by the shoots and 19 Ehsllah.' and Germans, five Amen I
| over the road and puts the property IBi of the expedition. scream that lasted duringtha greater cans and four negroes and Malaya.

t i the hands of the new purchasers. part of each night. -.

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4j j Cotton Must HavePotash Tax on the Olsptnaarit (la ids jValorem. A4

EVERYTHING V I EVERYTHING Atlanta. Jaly 21.-Tie. qiMtoe ef

4 T the taxation of 4ipfisarUt .M IH- -

MUST GO fl WILL GO! tied In pretty sb rt order ,......."
I morning When the hoer e te. ..
Potash is an essential plant food general tax act
which must be added as a fertilizer The previous further debate wu aim off 1d
i or the soil will
t vote on the various ftOMda.... vu
become ex- begun.

hausted, as is As result tb* bate! raMutar tM _

.. II true .of so HI former plea of .krvytof trios -fh>..
cotton games an ad valor* tM m ......
many to the JWO .p ete tat, wau sled iIf.
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fields. upon all Ihpser ..*.....
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, The bows
e'1 We have books pnMOptiy a4
I + giving valuable de ly sat dowt epos all tb* pr.......
I '. 4 tails about fertilizers. special ords bet .*. nt... Ii"
We will send by be committee m ,....

them free to any farmer who asks us for them. STORAaCLEARANCE With tM nn"J*. ef wkt to .*.*, .
GERrtAN KALI WORKS, u the boll weevil .bill every OK, II
New York-91\.,...Mreet,.r the 15 or 3* pfopoaed Meta
AtU....C..- 25i 6o.Bread tt. lost < urejtt
1 wtt. TlMe last taeJ. bill to iaerae tb* >Mtens uf jw...
of the superior eowru M utaen ef
Phrenology in Politics.A similar impurtMee

Chicago phrenologist finds that The boll weevU biu: pro'ia.* lav M

I President Roosevelt is constant, well MIDUMMER SALE. appropriation of $li"*>* iu ia* Macs
departasea4 of
eattGohCJ tar tie *
balanced, positive,ambitious,influential pose of AfkUac UM mtfttdveUta .. -

loyal, righteous, independent, the state of tM Makaa buh.i .... -

self-reliant, aggressive, zealous, unaffected rik and far the perpoae fin .. ....

conscientious, temperate cb ck otter plant Hd egret .....
in the state. Thai yjt WM ask .
.. and not a dreamer. Itisstock: taking time. We must close out all odds and ends We must lower our stock. Hence, we will cut special order far mi T **4t! Jilt s

I f I Mr. Hearst is active, strong, firm, prices in half. This is a chance to buy up-to-date merchandise at half price. This is the opportunity :6.
; I self-confident, approving, combative, Hoe. AoftiatBa Dv Pbat, uf l .
!J ambitious, energetic, secretive, re- you have been looking for. Below we give you a few hints of what we will offer in this sale. was swore la I'veadftf asonuafta s. ye
reprtM8taU fnm Ch.a .
t .erved, quiet, not oratorical, theoret- Everything in our Dress Goods Department has been cut and sliced so as to sell at a succeedtat .... Nee R >a.earttatp Jek.

ical, quick, fairly social, aristocratic. son, who dM just bMtoM. u.. .*
small of its value. On of
e very percent one our counters we have about 500
: Judge Parker is firm, not strenuous Ing of tie prvvmt lit vl LAD

I not magnetic, secretive, ultraconservative remnants of Dress and Dry Goods which must be sold. We have effort to pa.. ta* r+,a< .
; i lug the bill
+ regime railf 44nies ..,.
,! esthetic, cautious, logi- about 50 dozen lace clock work hose that we sold at to e@sip loather ftI'I' w_ Ituf.

cal, broadminded,polite,polished, af- arils. as a social offer nee itf N il .
in this
250. we are offering sale at I5C.
; : fable, critical, practical, home-loving week faited. after adverse atfca et
the resolution had beets teeMkre ,
and peaceable.
In The ousts
Mr. Bryan is combative, courageous .

; defiant, cool, honest, self-confi- The senate heW a bur aeulca ,..
Ladies Made Garments. terday and oouidtrable btaeuasa atIsporunc
i i dent, unchangeable, ardent,emotional leady{ i wu trtwiotfAa

sarcastic, incautious,home-loving, There was qalte a Kvely leftait I'* m

.theoretical, plucky, recuperative, tweea Mr MeMieb*" ef tb* tvti
serious. \\ e have everything.that ladies wear, such as suits, skirts, waists, wrappers, gowns, chemise, drawers, corset fourth and Mr. Mid, *!.tr0aka, of &*
tweaty-seventb, relative to a ra.
The phrenologist adds that Mr, corset covers, etc., etc. We are offering in this sale 50 ladies shirtwaist suits that sold at $4 to $6 lion to par a pot_ to Dr 1 J W

Hearst.is less logical than :Mr. Bayan Glenn of Rockda: mt4jr fJr
and less practical than Judge Parker, and made up of the very best washable materials for $2.50, Glenn was not te bal alif ..tUed It

a pension under the law, let tie iaatt
and while he belongs to the radical
had passed a resotartfcm a.*if tN
wing of the democratic party, ,is the pension to be pat Tb* aMlllf :

4 exact antihesis of Mr. Bryan in personal had been is tie HUM ogee weave

characteristics. Men's Clothing and Furnishings.Don't and was defeated. Teerdf I .tf
' reconsidered oa .*** o .f Uf )>Hd4t
In fact the outlines of character
brooks of tb* two
presented by our Chicago authority Mr. MeMiefcael, *f the t.eaf
& make Mr. Hearst and Mr. Roosevelt forget that "we carry a large stock in this line and all is up-to.date We want our entire summer goods fourtb, said b* was opfnitd' to He

paying of the p..... eeeaats it **iIllegal.
morealike, than Bryan and ;Parker, closed out before our buyers go north, which will be next month. .

Parker and Hearst, or Hearst and By a naeatatooe v**. *f tb* ....

Bryan, but Bryan Hearst and Boose- the Australia **tt t MU *.M IHM

t welt resemble each other more in a special order Her at T..ed.f

some important respects than eitherof I SHOES THIS IS YOU? OPPORTUNITY! Senator HofMo-s 1M Casa writ
SHOES appointed oa ta* Jaoot aaejamt* to
them resemblesParker. codify tb* tame law* of UM .*.u

The JoUst eoasortitee el 'M IM+t HI
f- American Financial Philanthropists and senate oa eta*> saeautsss tf '_
A Frenchman, when asked in New We now have on hand more shoes than we have ever had since we have been in Ocala, and they are the that coadHloM at tn* ttai iase -

what most impressed HAMILTON BRO\VN SHOES, known throughout the world as the best. tion for tie ioe*** .to wet! atd peft
York te other day
feet Tbe eoaMsttte. rette.e<*e sal
him in our commercial life replied reaffiran lea report of lt awl tttf

: The eo> ualttM dectarw t**< eke ,
"Ah! I am most impressed by the In our store you will find the largest selection in cen- We also handle famous Knocker shoes which you will moneys appropriated. bp to* ..*t. ftrt
disbursed !ia tile Mrs P******* BiiaeH
of financiers to tral Florida To with this brand of
great anxiety your get you acquainted
find and that tb* record ore taWtHtiaH
good and which
wearers we are now selling at broken
take the public into partnership in Shoes we will make the following prices: and iMNMatiy ..*... A trlait w pall

what they advertise as golden oppor- prices.MEN'S the board of trwaee* ad ta* . all upon woos dererv* ells feean'*ttdft|
tunities. Your financiers are phil- SHOES.
of the bMtitotiaavSHAFT

antropists. In Paris when we have "America" known everywhere as a $1.50 shoe for $1.25. Our boy's and girl's shoes are wearers. ,
something real good we keep it to
"Favorite" .) 00
$2.50 $... .
ourselves. You can get any size and style in any of the above
"Thrift" ". $2.75 *' $2.25. Alabama Man Ftrtt t* H.n i But the money question will figure in shoes.. I of "0*.le.Colurobw .-
the campaign whatever the platformsays. "Country Club" $:t50 52.65. I Oate. JeJTfc.. aw*.
me!!tofu... least Wk u> sieurt ,
We earl'leamed that"money The famous "American Gentleman" Shoe sold I
; never
REMEMBER, guarantee the uppers of every pair funds for a as..-.eu to DM lose. %
makes th3 mare go." And other for less than$ .50rat| S3.CO. I the aged miatr aia.r el 'tMate.: *

things more when money is behind who baa jwt died waxfM tu W
of their
shoes in our store to out wear soles. We also
them. LADIES SHOES. response ta a I4t of rtan4aJe. Ala., wfco aeeafitti>rfbl
; give shoe strings free with shoes buy of until
us .
any you
'* coctritttefl wttb a !totter ..
$] .0 Shoes for etpr
Florida enjoys the unenviable reputation Q ua ernown everywhere as .D $1..D. '_
log the hope taat &k "S od .4f itt
of being the only state in the "Hamilton" $1.50" 51.30.: they wear out.Everything. as light upon bta tatott if b.t ....

Union which has no exhibit at theWorld's baa made the heart ef Baa? a set
"Watch Us" "i .OO" ,
and footsore soloJer la 'Dille'
Fair.-Xew York Packer.
in our store that looks like a remnant will
I "Suulight" $2.25" $1.75.
Paris celebrated its national holi- More Tttth ef Mated /et+sJ
"Picnic" _" 52.50+ $1.90. be sold regardless of price. Columns OLe July It-Two test
day with a big review, public balls mastodon teeth have btu ftwH It

free performances in the theaters, the creek bed Bear rtateter, Alt*

music, decorations, parades picnics, where a bait tooth of ea* ef tAU et"
and so on. i-: THIS SALE BEGINS MONDAY JULY 25, AND CONTINUES TILL OUR STOCK HAS BEEN REDUCED.. des was fend a fw dy at* &r *
seininf party. Tb t$4i v..gMd

It is generally concluded that the about 3% putted cart are 9tfr 1
Ucbea long and aka 4
tftefee* t k9
Times Union, through cartoonist
Tb work of
eteataUen wflj b. na
Taylor, was first to discover Parker.It tinned in the bop of e dJf Ut r_

is the "original Parker newspaper." pirie skeleton* ef a &a l 3
of H ruboro. a..4 Sir ..*%
;ext year Ocala will have an elect- Ilion bit brotber-to-Uw. am it IIM)1l
of the matttr.
trie day service and electric fans will _._..,,,. ..I- 43

make buisness and living more de- Opcrathfn Wags filetMuebeater -

lightful. N. II, Jetf ..-K....
bar beea peeled ta all tftm e| *ASu&cock 4
The Tampa Tribune is infusing a men SIM aiMUrtsf *

good deal of its old time brightness cut of 11H per Met ai vtfea J

into its editorial colums. all Of@fttt'*ahe IHS *... 1H
%5. TM cat to toe ** a Mrp*. m

The perfect woman is said to reside miaofaetwedoperattvea Jill uU. Atswi iii'!

s in Japan. Sne is required to obey win s. "Haec
both her husband and her parents. -.. .....r ....--...
Topeka YtML. "* n-Tat F-'I

Ocala now has ten automobiles and i far the TotMa J.... ..e.rtr Re

some of them are very handsomeones. largest Ia 1M U..... Iw.o.s
decrease of oety 51.. pu ...n a.,
year 3.4 ...... 1M ties ._+strr
is uS.ee peoa4ner* vole 4rww 'M4
Florida next orange crop put f fY ::1 latpensioners Jfl.f. DutBc ,
tbo :1
.. d' .. Nt a
down at 3,500CO. ) boxes. I '. ._ ._ fI I died 1t0lt., 1M ,. '
trans who cHe luYl wttfOWLF 01:

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f THE OCALA BANNER .- :_ .- -' .-. .J.*.._ .
b BUSY TIMES ATPARKER'S 1 1i SZA GIVES UP ITS DEAD.- ., Editor, Setzer Visits. the, Metropolis i Uroteaalxmal. ..._!'I..mmnn

bis 1 .........,..- .,- ...... '" r-g-
Up Bay street, beginning journey ,
i Body, of F. ,Kent Loomis Has Been Ml E.BIGGS, x
Washed Ashore. from where the Acme hotel WE EAT MEAT

| HOME London July 18.body supposedto stands to rest the wearr traveler, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. I .0'I

, bl!" that of F. Kent Loomis, Wit there sauntered yesterday a most 1 OCALA.(Office in Gary-Agnew. Block.FURIDA.) l r To grow strung. Uulew we r,
washed ashore- this II
at Big
Little Postoffice at Dehiged morning good meat w@ well let
Esopus -
I' Bury bay, Devonshire.The conspicious figure. 'The attention of D. i li +

I i d;i ,With Mail. body was that of a wel dressed the people out at the hour. ,,of S o'clock n FULLER-: I ,.; it aioue. There i I. no Btrruxtb

II'I man, 5 feet, C inches in heiht, atfcrer and from then to 9, was attractedand DENTIST.Over J I -;'- y in tuuifb tueai-iUtf.tI of ,IY. f
I Munroe &Chambliss Bank.Ocala Fla. r
in overcoat and dark blue suit
a .
gray it Uk
t CAMPAIGN IS NOW UNDER WAY. held to this strikingly original '' lug tttrriigth to dI ref
IS f
t' fiN
I TI looking object as it continued to takein J, l ,,! : it. It paj* tu I* careful lu
I Great Animation Observed r
at Homeof -
; AN'l SCRGEOK. s buying meat-r ..
lire shop windows along Jackson p- ( lur. to getthf
Judge Parker, Democratic Nominee Oce over Teapot Grocery Opp, Montezuma. s '
ville's crowded thorougfare.In OCALA. FLA.EDWIN ;. bei-tender and ehoi..
I h for the for .
Prealdency-Taggart ------
a traveling bag gracefully s Pay a little more if need he and
l3 National Chairrranship. i[ put something in otoraaebwhich
swinging frdm a strap _from., the your

Esoui, N. Y., July 18.-A breath shoulder of the stranger, rested the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Ii will put flesh on ywtr
less, blUterlng July skY.dawned upon latest sue'of one of, the leading _fti &r bones and etrnuir' blood in yt-ur
Esopus, after a night of thunder an. K. CHASE, t : I
periodicals of Florida a sheet burn- J veins.EDWARDSBROS..
lightning, unequalled before this summer \\ rn=
but neither the boisterous storm ing with sarcastic and bitter refer DENTIsT, -
of the night nor the stifling heat of ences to men and measures, with justa .
the morning Interfered with the routine L. SISTRCNK, E Stalls 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.R .
small corner in view from a bent CARLOS i -
work at Rosemount. A little after
C o'clock Judge Parker took one part of the iron clasps of the bag. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. :;rrJ.i1iii! \! T iJ!!!; ,, ..iL 1iiiiS:

t r zoom 4, Masonic Building, Ocala Fla. 5 8 21y
of bla long dives into tne Hudson No one ventured to give the name

and remained in the water some 20 p.. r or account for the presence of ,the -

distinguished visitor. There were F.1<
What the mall here will be by the 4 A 1R

time the campaign 1 is in full swing is none who had ever been favored withan Yfa

a question now causing solicitude in introduction, and there was not a U t

the little postoffice, where most of probability of anyone being thus
the work !Is done by a boy of 1C. No
honored for the visitor held himself s
such mall as that which came in on FREftKICK KENT LOOMIS.In to
the early train was ever seen in Esopus aloof. jAV Deserve y, ar tpnfiK'1y Biliousness -
the pockets found card witt
were .
T" T'tey tat e n
before and it Is doubtful if any the name "F. Kent Loomis," Americanand It was not until t he had turned into t ..;- .n'tfa.lnou.verv / Makes s

tingle citizen of Ulster Chronic Invalids.
county ever y : v 9 Qeslers.a .
English coins, American notes, a the stationerystore and purchasedan
before received the like. : k{ r -'l Auuual
gold watch, (lC. immense bill of printer's stationery td.pi.:, i.e. S / When the brer ia torpid,and fail to do iu srar!. 1
new campaign office in the
The body, which was discovered by F L. r- rrsr-'Y i. co. the bile enters the bloat u a nralent pouon. Tbea '
lodge at the of that his name was given.It "
gate Rosemount is
now a laborer was in a state of consider 3 i :oigTTch. a II 1' 11 comet constipanoa, btlljuraes*, sick headache, term \
In use for part of the judge's business able was Editor Setzer of the High i iI
decomposition. It was removedto l' acd malaria. The only treatment that gives the liver lust 1
although his large law library in the
a neighboring farm building to Springs Hornet, the most originaland I I' i tt.t ngbt touch and staru "Nature's vork in the "feeti
house Is still the center of distribu- await the i

tion. Three additional stenograph Big Bury inquest.bay is 10 miles southeastof one of the brightest writers in Ikl tsaaaer u a af J 1

ers and a private telegraph operator Plymouth. The North German the state. It was Setzer, who had DANGER COMING' 1A f, 1 JON'S LIVER PILLS i

i constitute the working force at present Lloyd steamer Prinz Wilhelm 11 arrived come to the city on business with a t\\ z
! but it will be augumented as time ANDTCMIC PELLETS 1i i
June 20 from New York having the Signs that Point to Brlght'a Dlease fThe
manner as original as paragraphshe \ '
i foes on and the bulk of the business \ *- pill touches tte brer, and the pellar tone w.
on board F. Kent Loomis brother ol cr other Fatal Forms .
writes, and with dress more original
requires it. assistant Secretary of State Loomis.Mr. of Kidney Trouble. u f
The expected visit today of John still.-Times-Union. 14th- t \
Loomis was missed at 1 o'clockthat \ :y dcsee tor days cost 25 nets,ixj ua ,
W Kern who was one of the Indiana There are thousands of who art tugs i ezceedn
morning and has not been heard persons \ your cste :r M4 y t sRzn

delegates at large at St. Louis, was from since. He was charged by the Florida at St Louis. f unconsciously in danger of the fate that be veil before you tniah them. '/

the only event of political interest apparent has befallen of Samlefree. Forisoat,. ,
authorities of Washington to conveyto The Globe-Democrat of St. Louis has lately eo many our most "
ell dsalers /
upon the program at the outsetof Abysinnia the treaty of commerce prominent men and women who hare died
the day. It is understood that this to say about the excitment at
concluded between the United States from kidney trouble. These diseases are

Kr. Kern is coming to press the claimsof and Emperor Menelik. Mr. Loomis tending Judge_Parker's nomination: alarmingly on the increase and they come

his friend National Committeeman traveled with William H. Ellis, of New Florida, after a few seconds of wild on eo insidiously that few realize their

Taggart. for the national chairman- York who in view of the disappear. yelling, started around the hall, its condition till life h actually In danger

ship. ance of the former, took the treaty, In the early stages of kidney disease For Sale
Postoffice Store.
men screaming frantically, and toss by Drug
which was found jn Mr. Loomis' baggage there may be headache backache unnatural

LAMENT FOR KRUGER. to Adis Abeha, the Abyssinian ing high a silken banner, inscribed appetite bad taste In the mouth, ,.

capital. "Florida safe and sound." Indian dry or furred tongue thirst, dry skin or
BMf" Will Observe July 17 as a Day
Of Mourning. Territory, New Jersey, Maryland, strong perspiration sediment In the urine, Ci I. GRACE.i
Washington July 18.-It is statedat : or unnatural feelings in various parts of
Pretoria, Transvaal, July 18.-en- Texas Georgia and many other states
the state department that ever since I the Don't
body. all these
tral Louis Botha, former commander expect signs Successor to Central Lumoer Co.
fell in
the disappearance _of F. Kent Loomis i behind and with wild yells, followed to show themselves. Ai
la chief of the Boer forces, has publicly soon as yoa
a quiet but far-reaching investigationhas on.
notice of
any them commence at once
requested all officers, officials *
been energetically conducted antis the of FOLET'S Dealer In
and burghers of the late South Afr' use KIDNET CUBS.

can republic to observe July 17 asa still being carried on. J:< ltif g UDlfiYUlijr' : THOMAS MAPLE, Blrbeck III, writes:
A great many details have been ascertained Rough and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried FlooringCeiling
"I had bad of ,
day of mourning for the late former vas Xiiinevs and dander R" a very case kidney trouble ,
but no facts tending to indicate
resident Kruger. and my back, pained me so I could not and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
\ the exact time or manner of his
He also expressed the hope that straighten cp. The doctor's treatmentdid Manufacturer of
disappearance from the steamer of Mr,
; all the old Inhabitants would don Loomis. As soon as the Associated IT'S me no good. I saw FOLST'S KIDNEY Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

mourning for the late former President Press dispatch from London was handed CBS advertised and took one bottle Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School
Kruger. He also expressed the hope which cured me and: I have not been
him his brother telegraphed the Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
t that all the old inhabitants would don affected since. I gladly recommend this ,
consul general at .London, Mr. Evans, receiving Lumber and fill orders for
: mourning for a month. General Bo- FOR remedy. can any quantities and
requesting him to have the body care-
tha tribute to the ex-president It is sizes. Mail orders attended' to promptly
pays fully examined for any marks of via a simple thing to make your kid

.; for his energy and his sacrifices to lence. neys right when they are not badly affected

make the African people a nation The number of the lost man's watch ; but It Is not so easy after destruction

and concludes: already has been sent to the consul ; YOU has set in. FOLET'S KIDDY CUBE will
; "FIU death is all the sadpr becauseJ '
general and if it coincides with that cure every form of kidney and bladder

j! fie was not permitted to spend his found on the body the identificationwill trouble if taken early and it will give relief "RUlCJ( A MOMENT.1l [
i last days in his We
own country
be considerer complete, and arrangements even In the most hopeless cases. It

hall always feel this deeply, but will for sending the body home DRIN is an honest: preparation and will da ail

keep silent. will be made. It has long been the that is claimed fox It.P'ctntfirr a I 1/I Have you decided on the kind o

TRAIN theory of the relatives of Kent Loomis Druz! More fertilizer you are going to use? U'anot
that he went the hurricane r
to i t a question of how much, but
deck to get a glimpse of the English
4 Two Killed In Accident on the Penn shore and accidentally stepped overboard. what kind when tn t b HC result

sylvania Railroad. It WillPay can he obtained. You can't make a -

Shlppen. Pa.. July 18.-Two men q mistake
when you use our high grade
Wiled and at third seriously injured in AT WORLD'S FAIR.

J a wreck of a passenger train on the fertilizers.
You !1i
Pennsylvania railroad here today.
1 Official Visit of Board of Filipino Com Highest cash price paid for dry bones
I, The dead: missioners. THE CHEAT

Kroesler, fireman of Buffalo.
Sullivan St. Louis, World's Fair Grounds r* You have any Real Estate "i -FLORIDA FERTILIZER Mf G. COM
fireman, of Buffalo.
t July IS.-The honorary board of Filipino HEALTH DRINK IT to sell,
George A. Henson. baggageman, of i Gainesville. '1..
commissioners paid an official
Buffalo was seriously hurt. ORYou're
visit to the world's fair today.
J' As far as known no passengers were
They made a formal call upon Pres ,
Injured. A freight train crashed into thinking of Coming -- -- -- -

1 the passenger train, telescoping the ident Francis of the exposition and "IN HTE[ G 600D D OLDSUMMER IF to Florida for a home,_
the members of the national world'sfair
helper engine Into the regular engine fTEV ANT
I of the passenger train. commission. They were met at OR; \' \ ..................._. .
the administration entrance to the

The baggage car was smashed into fair by the Filipino scouts and Constabulary ( IIML" You desire to ingest in any Every Grower in the State

1.J splinters. and escorted to the administration I IF kind of Florida property

building. From there they To Have Our Books:
Was Well Known Writer.
proceeded to the Philippine reserva. TO SEE I
New York, July 18.-Mrs. Margaret tlon. An address of welcome war FLOUIDV "EGET.\}:' "-A complete manual Florida crape

Hamilton Welch, widow of Philip H. made by Dr C. W. Wilkins chairmanof OR WRITEOCALA. "FLOUIDA OUA\GES"-Book of special interest tn Orange Oro *w.

Welch the humorist and herself Ions ''FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES"Booklet on "SoilVarieties,CufeU.
the Philippine[ board, which was responded -
M .
known as a writer for newspapers and ETTO is a delicious lion, and Fertilizaiiorf."
to by Senor C. H. Cardo de
magazines, is dead from consumptionIn J. H.LIVIUGSTON N &SONS N IRISH POTATOESw-Booklet on Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivating,
Tabera. president of the
Filipino com d "
a sanitarium at LIberty N. Y. Her beverage m i e Effect flf Fertilizer, Dinging and !blipping
died 1900. "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZIXG"-Of *ft'(UI interest to jlaeapplogrowew.
1 husband February
1 Several of the commissioners made from ripe Saw Palmetto FLORIDA. .

Big Building Gutted by Fire. short addresses and the party then "IDEiL FEIirLIZERV'-Boob ghnwiu all our diff-r-til bri.J.,

3 New York. July 18.-Fire has gutted made a trip of inspection through th, Berries. Absolutely free analyses, price-.(.

;;1 a 5-story brick warehouse in Third various exhibits on the reservation. New and Revised Editions of above just published, seat FREE forth a>klf

. I avenue, the Bronx, causing a loss estimated "rom harmful drugs. Metto

1 at 150000. The building was Death Of Tramp Organist. WILSON &

f i wed by Jacob Stahl & Co., the New York, July 18.-Victor H. oanke, I stimulates the Liver, TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPANY

.1; Dougherty. Manufacturing company the volunteer organist, is dead. Many I OCALA! SEED STORE AGENTS OCALA FL4.
have since Banke flushes the Kidneys acts R
f' and other firms, for storage. years passed a ,
wretched tramp, thrilled the audience
I in a Bowery mission by entering to directly on the Bladder.
s Russian Author Mourned.
fill the place of the regular musician
a St. Petersburg July 18,-The newspapers Makes the
who was absent. His musical gift organs per- 11ina JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. (I EO.\V.HYDE'Iff Pres
J here all print glowing tributes
created a sensation among ,tEe denizens
I to the author Antoine Chechoff who form their functions in a
of the under world while trie
r w. one of the nine Russian academi-
1 story was used as the foundation fur Theirs National Bank
1 ciani. is mourned as a great loss to numerous poems and dramas. natural I way, thereby

' Russian literature. He was consid-

1 tired the Mauspaussant of Russia, and Appointed Chief Clerk. keeping the system in a OF GAINESVILLE.The .

franked higher as an artist of the pen Louisville, July 18.-President Milton vrMI

ban Chorky. M. Chechoffs death Smith, of the Louisvile and Nash- perfect and healthy con- ; Alachua
I Only Chartered Bank in County.
r" caused by consumption, the dls- ville Railroad company, has appointed

1 se being caused, it is said, by hard- W. L. Mapother, his chief clerk, to dition. : : : : : Capital..S .I S. .. . .. .. I ... .. .. .. ..I .$50,000 00

. .. .. . .. .. .
4 hips he endured in his early youth. th eposition of assitant to the president Surplus and Undivided Profits. : 20,00000

Books This action eliminates the necessity Sold by All Druggists.FOLEYllONfXTAR. Does exclusively a banking business,'with facilities equal to any bank In tht
's Uniform Adopted. for the immediate selection state. Solids the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,
i, Athens Ga., July .-The city board Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. AH business
of successor to Walker D. Hines
:: jf education in this city has adopted a I transacted promptly.
t. it uniform text-bocks under the stats who resigned recently the position; of Chas.. E, Blum & Co., 517 and 519 T.J 'M7 H. E. TA YLURCubltr

.- Baw. first vice president I f.rcf'd-- .." I .. lure. No .eJ..1. J Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

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I t i FLT-WOOD LANDS.A Dr, Blitch's Report OH State Convicts DO-YOU GET UP J

t; A few years ago, what commonly and Prisoners.

known In Florida as "flat-woods WITH A LAME BACK ? STRAUSS & CO'J';
Ji Dr. S. H. Blitch, state prison phy- .

land" was.considered almost worthless : sician and hospital surgeon of the Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Its to furnish
only use was
convict camps, under date of June
f for cattle. Its market value Almost everybody who reads the new
range Hon. B.
20, submitted his report to
papers is sure to know of thewonderfu! WHOLESALE
was merely nominal, and there was cures made Dr '" ", .
E. McLin, commisssioner of Agriculture. 11 II by :<
no demand for it at any price. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
_? I the great kidney, liver
'f It was discovered, at Hastings, that ?1 and bladder
Dr. Blitch says that the sanitary remedy i
such soil when drained 4.. ,It is the great medical
properly was
condition of the turpentine phosphate -
of the
triumph nineteenth
(i the best Irish land that Dealers. JJ
very potato camps throughout Florida are .- j century; discovered Whiskey
could be found in Florida. The re- circumstances after years'ei
in as good condition as existing' scientific research by
suit has been that the land around will admit. Wherever 1 1 Dr. Kilmer the eminent 1- -

f Hastings, which could formerly be kidney and blad- FLORIDA
he has suggested changes the suggestions r-M der specialist, and is r .
bought at very low prices, is now have been followed. He wonderfully successful in promptly curing
: held at an almost fabulous advance. lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles
says the prisoners are all in excellent and Bright's Disease,which is the worst
Besides being very good for pota physicial condition and that the pro form of kidney trouble.
;- > Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rev
toes, the growers in that locality are rata of sick prisoners is so small that ommended for everything but if you have kid-

finding that it is adapted to several he deemed it unneccessary to go into ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found .
other kinds just the remedy you need. It has been tested Sell the Best '
of vegetables, such as cu Liquors
details. in so many ways, in hospital work,in private I ,
: cumbers celery, beans, onions, etc., He says that there is not a single practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase
relief and has proved so successful in
etc. prisoner under confinement at this : every case that a special( arrangement has For the Least Money.

; All these successes, at Hastings, time in the state prison with symp been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
have been reported by the newspa toms of tubercolosis and only two sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book

pers, with the result that trials of suffering from malaria. To use his telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. I .
fiat-woods soil in other counties has language he says, "In my judgment, When writing mention reading this generous .- : p:. iTM
brought to light the fact that offer In th'* and >
very such a condition is unparalled in any paper B:
send your address to Remember Our Mctto- O3!
much of it is also well adapted to "
institution of the kind in the world. Dr.Kilmer Co..Bing- R :
I A truck farming 'Eventually it will be ButIDr. Blitch calls attention to a hamton. N. Y. The __" ; "HONEST MEtsiiBEiAND; FAIR DEALING." ;
regular fifty cent and Home of 8wn
> -&ooedollar
found that, with the possible exception 5] t I&CLOL
condition of things that deserves the sizes are sold by all good druggists. .
of hammock land the flatwoodsland -k .tort C uLa$ 1'
I prompt attention of the state officials. -- -" tz r1 .

is the best in the state for gardening He says. Seed Velvet Beans For Sale.
purposes. "It has been my observation that Those dMriig> fine velvet beans for
t ]
-I I The composition of the soil of this prisoners received at headquarters I planting purpose will do well to mil We especially call ;your attention to the following! ..
class of lands varies in differnet local at J. A. Pooser's store at once. OUt--
camp-were in nine cases out of ten in specialties:
,I hundred bushels Hill Lp sold at $:?.25 :
ities. But it is underlaid by sub-
such and debilitated
a filthy, unsanitary
per.bushel.. S. R. PYLES.
I natural drainage is usualy very defestive condition that they were not fit, r Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts, $16.

and often the, surface of the without thorough renovoting and ret Tell your physician to have your

I soil is covered with water for days a moval of vermin, to come in contact prescriptions filled atour store. We Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve

f I a time during the rainy season. with their fellow prisoners." have a full line of pure drugs, and a i, full quarts, $10. .
I Therefore a thoroughly efficient system Dr. Blitch commends very highly trustworthy man to put them up.

of drainage is necessary before the hospital erected near Ocala for Tydings & Co. x Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles $ >
any garden crep can be successfully the treatment of the decrepit, chronic twelve bottles $8 50.
Largest stock ofwall paper in Marion ';
grown. and otherwise wornout prisioners county. J. Starr Sternberger,

The impervious: subsoil, whether of from the various prison camps of the Ocala, Fla. 6 24 Fern Hill Rye four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.
clay or hardpan is a serious draw
state and it has done .
says a very The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. ,

back during a prolonged drouth. In humane work and at the same time Allen the eye, ear, nose and throat L P. S,-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express en these Goods
such the soil
case above the .
or has been a matter of economy to the surgeon; of Tampa will be Thursday -
hardpan sometimes becomes entirely cent. of the July 28, Montezuma hotel. u pG Jng !)4t aaU ,3
state, assixty per prisoners All goods shipped in plain boxes and on the same due -
dried out and, as no moisture can received at the hospital wouldhave as the order is received. / + .
Write or teledhone Sternberger if
come up from below, plants occasion j
been a total loss to the state yon need any painting, papering, Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. / 7!I!
ally die from drouth when similar
had they not received this beneficient varnishing and kalsomining. Phone !

crops in the same neighborhood, but treatment. 116. 6 24 Respectfully, r I
growing on high pine or hammockland
Amplearrangements have been TENOGRAPHER AND TYPE- Steauss&fo

still live through, owing to the made to isolate. contagious and infectious S wirtei Private office in Corn STRAUSS & co.
fact that land
on higher there be diseases and to separate the +ta ca
mercial bank. Your work in the u s a
ing np impervious sub-soil,moisture is _
sexes as well as the colors, yet Dr. above lines solicited. Speed and accuracy
being constantly brought from below OCALA
Blitch trusts that the state may ste jniarantwd.

by capilliary attraction. its way clear at some future date Miss B N SINCLAIR. -.- -..
Therefore it follows that
a certainty
to provide its own institutions for the p .. '
Let us give estimate .: ;_: ..
of successful cultivation, the you an on ..:.. -.
i care and maintenance of its prisoners.
house. J.
I painting your Starr Stern-
gardner on flat-woods soil requiresnot
Torturnd. berger. 6 24
only a system of perfect drain A to that for -
case came light pre- ijard Man To Beat.
age, but also some method by which sistent and unmerciful torture has McIVER and FIB 'KA J

his crop can be irrigated in seasons berhaps never been equaled. Joe

Of drouth. i Gobolick, of Colusa,Aal. writes: "For

15 years I endured insuffrable pain ---
When both these are provided, such
from rheumatism and nothing re
land is an ideal spot for a truck farm.
lieved me though I tried everything
Florida Agriculturist.Docrors .
known. Ilcame across Electric Bit FUNERALDIRECTORS. ,2 Lf.
Said He Would Not Live. ters and its the greatest medicine

Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., writes on earth for that trouble. A few bot- .

"After doctoring two :years with tles of it completely relieved and .

the best physicians in Waynesburg, cured me." Just as good for liver ,I f ." I

and still getting worse, the doctors and kidney trubles and general de ,
Have full stock of
I Cofflas.l Casket!
hdvised me that if Ihad any businessto bility. Onlp 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed r
attend to I had better attend to it dy Tydings & Co. m and Burial Outfits. Sjx-cUl given to

at once, as I could not possibly live ml iti vices.
another month as there was no cure Collision on Bay Street.

for me. Foley's Kidney Cure was An accident occurred Friday Embalming to Order

recommended to me by a friend, andI morning in front of Kirk&Jone's drugstore
immediately sent my son to the in which Dr. Thomas C. Thomp-
store for it rml after i I {
taking Y
j. son's stylish stanhope suffered con- t 1.
bottles I began to get better and continued L Vermite
to improve until I was entirely !j siderable damage, and came near be-' -

well," Postoffice Drug Store. m I''ing demolished. THE GUARANTEED

-- Dr.Thompson was in the drug store "
To Cross With Buffalos I f

This year I have several head cf i and his horse was hitched in front, t WORM

calves only one-eighth blood and will I when a heavy furniture wagon belonging ? ,, -' r4to

give'them every chance to take blackleg i I I to the Fettingcompany came \ REMEDY

s in order to test them, although I past. The front: wheel of the truck

think they are immune. I have been came off, throwing the driver to the .CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.

trying for several years to establish a ground and running into the ![WARE OF IMITATION ( ri$1lN/-,
of cattle from the buffalo. doctor's conveyance. Dr. Thompson
race So Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. !
foil have only partially succeeded. saw the peril his team was in, ST. LOUIS. MO. -
and had the of mind
When this is done it will be the greatest presence un Anti-Monopcly Drug Store.
hitch the horse in time for him to
thing for the cattle industry of save himself and the phaeton from The 'njan) who buys HARDWARE of

America. They have some character greater damage, but as it was the

istics that are very valuable to this shafts were broken and a wheel

interest. Besides their great weight crushed.-Times Union.The horse was unhurt MARION HflRDWARE COMPANYAGENTS

arm the great extra quality of meat, 1 L

they are first probably immune from Indigestion. \>

"' disease; second, they never eat loco; With its companions, heart burn, FOR"FAVORITE" -

third, they never lie with their backs flatulence, torpidity=the liver, con A. I K- HflWKES, Optician,
stipation, palpitation of the heart, Established 1870. STOVES
down hill, which causes so much loss RANGES'CHATTANOOGA
poor blood, headache and other nervous Commencing over thirty years ago in
in weak cattle; forth they do not gin o symptoms, sallow skin, foul the smallest way, the firm has stead.
iyt and rapidly until
to bog holes; fifth: they have the tongue, offensive breath and a legionof HA'YKES' SPECTACLES crown AND now PLOWS

greatest lungs in any animal on earth; other ailments, ts at once the most EYEGLASSES have a national ...
widespread and destructive teputation, and are used iu "
malady every
and, sixth, they put on more flesh for among the American people. The town and city througnout the south." ELLWOOD FENCING
for what they eat than any orther Herbine These famous glasses are used by the tA
treatment will
cure all these beat class of people iu all (communi
:i animalCharles Goodnight in Stockman troubles. 50c. bottle. Sold ties. ,
by Anti- They are old only by merchant j
Journal. monopoly Drug Store. m of recognizrd reliability of whom Full, Line of Everything Usually Carried +
there ,Are now over 11,000 handling in,*
Worked :Night and Day. If we had not forgotten the nameof these goods; and when it is remembered

The busiest and mightiest little the bandit chief who held Miss that there is only Sue agent in First Class Hardware Store. .
town, the wonderful demand for them .
thing that ever was made is Dr. Stone for ransom we could suggest a can be somewhat. appreciated.
King's New Life Pills. These pills good man for chairman the republican For sale by TURPENTINE_ MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES
change weakness into strength, i DR. 11')1. AXI1ERSOX.
lessness into energy, brain-fag listl'I l' national committee. He exhibited Sever Peddled

mental power. They're wonde wonderful abilityasa: fryer of MARIONXHARDWARBCCOMpy:

in building up the health. Only 25c.1 fat. But there's Raisulli.-The Com FOIEBHONET .
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i PLANS TO RAID EAST I AT ESOPUS, N. Y. AfT R LONG YEARS tent last( of six her months being allowed of her"to confinement spend the NOTICE MASTER'S ON FINAL SALEBY DKCSHKIM:

outside of prison walls. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit chancery made by Hon. lames W Leckr.kitting .
Former Senator Davis: and Others as of the of
one Judge the carted Mitt
Visit Mrs. Maybrick's Imprisonment was of Florida, in and for Marion county Circuit Court in 4 certain chancery caw Icecqfy
COAST OF JAPAN Judge Parker. f: ; S (tiAYBRIGK FREE in Chancery. Divorce. pending in the United States Circuit Owtt fr
Eopus N. Y., July 21.-Former. Senator cot terminated with the clang o: the Southern Dutnci'of Florida ia whica OMvtr

Davis, the Democratic vice doors the last sound which remains! JanieIorgan.. riaintiff VI. Walter Morgan, H. P. !teals Complainant and Perry H. Nagcst
presidential -- Defendant. as administrator etc et al.. are DcfVndasU
candidate arrived at Esopus in the ears of so many of her fellow- the undersigned as matter two lute PMC, appointed
Vladivostock Steaming Stri Extended: Term In an TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTherein by the court, will elpoM .lOr tale sail
Squadron today accompanied by National Committeeman : prisoners. It closed before the arched named Walter Morgan be and he is sell to the highest bidder for cash onHviuiau

doorway of the white convent of hereby required to appear tothe bill of complaintin the tad.M of atttfurf. lfoI.
Eastward. Norman E. :Mack of New 1 n .,..sh Peniter. 3Y. this cause on or before between the hours of u a m.nd a p.m unsaid

York, and D. J. Campat, of Michigan. the Sisterhood of the Epiphany, in this Xonilay the yllay .>/ l ctlJbr.t.. D., i)oj. day in front of the south door of the court house
I little: town with the black-robed sib in the city ot Ocala.Manon county, Honda, the
They driven at
DEVELOPMENTS ARE EXPECTED were once to Rose- It is further ordered that a copy of this order mortgaged premises described IB said decree
mount. Jude Parker and Senator r.;; r.l-. CF HUSBAND is CHARGE. ters softly uttering their blessingsand be published once a week for eight consecutive to-wit: All that certain piece or parcel of laid
I good wishes for her future. weeks in the Ocala Banner situate lying and being in the township fiftm
I Davis had never met before.It Done this the isth day of July. A. D. 1904. [15) south range twenty-one [all raat.ia )!anus
Warnings Have Been Sent Out
to is becoming daily more evident f.'r;. t.'aytnck Was Member of a With two companions, Mrs. Mays S T.SISTKUNK.Clerk county. State of Florida towel: The south half

Shipping Along Eastern Coast and that Rosemount is not the place in V.'e'l!I Kncv n and Prosperous South. brick entered the carriage of Miss EDWIN; SPENCER. Circuit Court. [of z6.J the and southeast the west quarter half of sectuw ot section t"eot'.lill"twenty-t( &

Merchantmen which to look for Information Dalrymple secretary of the sisterhood Complainants Solicitor 6-22-Svr. and the north hilt of the southeast quarter of
Are Seek concerning
Hurriedly } era ;:.:ndl-Married Englishman In section twenty-seven ((17.) and the southeast
the Democratic national com- quarter of the southwest quarter ol Met* 1

ing Cover-Other War News. mitteeman. There can be no doubt 1...t std has Charged with Poisoning I Ii and was driven rapidly to St. .A. 1teU.a NOTICE. twenty-three interest pf defendants[13.) and in all said the ctuseIn tight the title southwest sad

Toklo. July 20.-1:30 p. m.-The r. that the present conditions here favor i Kim. small station 14 miles away where quarter ot the southeast quarter of Becton
I twenty-three [(23.] and the southwest quarter of a
Russian Vladivostock squadron, accompanied the selection of Senator Gorman. If he after exchanging goodbye wlGi her Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec the southwest quarter of section twcaty-thrt ;

by torpedo boats, entered will acept the chairmanship but 'fra!'(). Cornwall. England. July 21.- companions, she boarded a train and: tion f of Chapter SSS. Laws of Florida [23.]or so much thereof as may be ncctwtry to
I pay the amount decreed to the complainant
Mrs. Florence Maybrick is free. She started on her Journey to France. IS HEREBY GIY3S THAT W. P.
the Pacifl: ocean at 7 o'clock. Its Judge Parker today apparently knewno NOTICE CLIFFORD ANDKKftON
left here at 11:43 a. m. today on her i purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. Master I'm Il.te 1'tN.
destination is unknown, but it is sug- more about the final selection than t She will not go to America until her 241 dated the 2nd day of June, A. D. 1002.
to France. has filed said certificate in mv office, and has -
way there considered Impera- -
ceded that it plans to raid the east did the newspaper man who asked him I presence made application for tax deed to issne in accordance -
Mrs. Maybrick, who was Miss Florence with Sa-d NO TICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMITTO
coast of Japan and then either return about itBIRTH iaw. certificate embraces the
Elizabeth Chandlery a memberof I tive.The greatest secrecy was thrown following described property situated in Marion SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER.
I to Vladivostock. escaping to the county. Florida, to-wit:
a well known and prosperous southern I about Mrs. Lot 8,Section --
: southward or attempting to form a OF TWELFTH CHILD. May-brick's departure. 17.township 13 range 25.
family was married July 27, 1881, The said land being assessed ac the date of MAURICE STRAUsS DOING
Mother Superior Julian of the conTent WHEREAS
; junction wth the Port Arthur: fleet I the issuance of such certificate in the name of as Strauss &Co., has filed with
. I In St. James Church, Piccadilly, to Unknown. Units said certificate shall be ,
redeemed -
The President Roosevelt Sends said to a representative of the the Board of County Commucioners for Varioa
squadron was discovered in the Congratu r
according to law, tax deed will issue
She county Fla., his for
James Maybrick of Liverpool. application permit to MB
straits of Tsugar at :3 o'clock this lations to Pawtucket Family. Associated Press that under her instructions thereon on the 15th day of August A. D,1904.Witne..s liquors,wines and beer la Election District oat
was then 18 years o3. Her husband my official signature and seal this of said
morning moving:>> rapidly eastward. At Pawtucket, R. I., July 21.-Mr. and she must refer inquiries theqth day of ].:Iy. A. D. 1904.! election county distnct and state show; any aWn it of sack
cause, thert
3:30 a. m. it was reported off Tappl Mrs. I. J. White, of this city, are In was over 40 years of age. to the home office. Others at the i I 717 S. l1'. SITSRUNK, be. at the meeting mar of the board to M toy held cm
In the spring of 1889 Mr. Maybrick Clerk Circuit Court Marion C(!., Fla Monday the lit day of 1permit
convent were equally uncommunicative. Augtut neat why IIIIa
Cape and at 7 a. m., observers at receipt of a letter f om President should not be granted.eT.
became, ill and in a few days he died .
Hakodate discerned it and reported to Roosevelt through Secretary Loeb on I Clerkof SIsTat'NIC.

Toklo that It was then steaming to the birth of their twelfth child a son. At the railroad station orders were NOTICE.Of Marion county the Board Fla. of County CoinmiM.r-
tie east. ) All the children are alive and in good I Issued forbidding the employes to discuss -

Warnings hare gone out to shipping health. I Mrs. Maybrick or even to admit Application For Tax Deed Under Section
I 8 of Chapter 4!*8, Laws of Florida. NOTICE.Of .
that she
at the
long the eastern coast of Japan and President Roosevelt said through was convent
I The little town has taken deep interest VOTICK IS HEREBY; GIVEN THAT J. D.
merchantmen are Hurriedly seeking Secretary Loeb: i> Robertson, purcha-of Ta Certificate No. Apphcationjfor Tax Deed Under hectWa t
in this international figure. 346. dated the 2nd day of June, A. D., has
"Your letter of the seventh instant 19'-2.
cover, It is expected that most of 888
I Ithe filed said certificate in mf office and has made Chapter{ Laws of florida
shipping will be warned before the has been received and I beg to thank Crowds dally stood at the iron gatesof application for tax dred to issue in accordancewith IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T. &

Sssslao vessels can inflict serious I you in the president's behalf for writ I the grounds, waiting for Mrs. Mays law. Said certificate embraces the follow- NOTICE,purchaser of U i certificate N*. 1141 s
described situated Marion
ing property in conn dated the 6th day of August A, D. 1900. ha* ;
damage, if a raid Is proposed. ing. I brick to appear but they were rarely ty.Florida, to-wit: made application for tax deed to issue i. accordance
rewarded she when the Southwest quarter of southwest quarter section with law. Said certificate r
"May I ask going out only embrace
to be
lack you good enough J
Ordinarily, a of coal would pr& jt. township 14. range 22. the following described property situated ia
rant an extended cruise but it is possible to extend to :Mr. and Mrs. White the'presldent's road was reported clear. The said land being assessed at the dateof Marion county. Florida. to-wit,
When Mrs. Maybrick first arrived the issuance of such certificate in the name of Lot is of Bailey's sub. of es t half oII1U..
that the Russians posses a cols congratulations and best I l party unknown. Unless said ceitificate shall "t xuarter section n.townadip raoie M
Her wishes for themselves and the here she was kept under strict surveillance be redeemed according to law.tax deed will The said land being asteMed al the date ot the
at rendezvous in the Pacific ocean. members -
issue thereon on the 15th day of August,A. D. issuance of such certificate in the Dame of
of their never leaving the convent pant t
family. j
1904. unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re x.
1 The letter walls. Witness my official signature and seal this the deemed according:: to law. Ux deed will u.at
was addressed to
f STRONG PROTEST MADE. a sons I oth day of July, A. D.1904, thereon on the 2nd day of AugustA. D. 104. ,
y Even for walk in the she S..T. SISTRUNK,
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. White. a grounds 7-15 Witness my official signature and teal this the v
i Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. 39th day of June. A. D.
Action of Russia would have to be escorted by one ot 1094. !
In Stopping VesselsIn S. T. SISTRUNfC. : '
the Red 'Sea. AN ECCENTRIC WILL. the sisters. Subsequently she was 71 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Cs. rta. .>;

SL Petersburg. July 20.-6:35 p. m. I ;tlYa3. allowed to walk In the quiet streetsof NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. .--

-SIr Charles Hardlnge, the British Rich Man's Plan to Prevent Intemper V1TBBICX. this picturesque place and in the TON ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

ambassador to Russia this afternoon I ante Among Heirs. shady country lanes in the vicinity. THE FIRM OF BRADSHAW&CO.

In behalf of his government present. Franklin Pa., July 21.-S. P. Me- His brothers investigated his death Those who have seen the published rs C. H. Burton day dissolved and F.L.by mutual Bradahaw consent.,having Mess.sold NOTICE Ii GIVKX THAT TON! THU

ed to Russia Calmont an eccentric millionaire who and chraged Mrs. Maybrick with the portraits of Mrs. Maybrick soon got their interest in said business to the remaining day r>f January! A. 1) 1905. a* ,
a strong protest against
: will be administrator
partners. The firm in the future conducted with the will aaoeiea of the ;
the seizure on the Red sea and deten..AAton died last week devised a way to prevent murder of her husband. A long trial to recognize the black-robed woman under the name of Reynolds &Company, estate of Mrs. Eliia Keep deceased. I wet

Intemperance followed and a number of docto with backbonnet and flowing strings, said company assuming all liabilities and will present my petition and final report and atctd
of the Peninsular and Oriental among his heirs. collect all indebtedness due said firm. The part lobe discharged a* such administrator la tit
ateamer Malacca which was carrying His will just filed, excludes as bens swore the deceased died of arsenic and gave her kindly greetings which ners of the firm being J. D. Reynolds Lyune. Hon. Robt. Bullock county judge for Uariaa ;
poisoning. The defense proved th*, Ft..,D.C-I.ee, Dothnn. Al*., and Hd. Rnw.ll, county, Florida. W. ALLEN. _
frequently unnoticed Mrs. :
990 tons of British government stores ficiaries any child who indulges in passed Mays Vienna Ga. REYNOLDS &COMPANY. Admr.with will annexed

-a. for their naval establishment at Hong I. the use of liquor tobacco, or narcotic for 20 years Mr. llaybrick had beena brick seeking so far as possible to Lynne Fla., May jSth 1904.NOTICE.. June 23rd. 1904. 624 -

The confirmed user cf arsenic and t: *ito avoid the attention of the curious. Her
drugs. entire estate into
Kong each case of which was marked j goes

with the broad arrow, which is th'a'I I' the hands of the executor who shall bar killed a dozen ordinary men. time at the convent was taken up by NOTICE.

manage It find divide annually the :Mrs. ,Iay rick; was eventually sentenced sewing reading and chatting: wits
government stamp. to death by the judge, Sir the herself themby In the Circuit Court of the fifth Judicial Circuit
I sisters endearing to '
The ambassador also presented a among only such children as 6t Application For.Tax .Deed Under Section of Florida, Marion wanly ia Chancery.Charle .

general protest against the action of do not use tobacco liquor or narcotic FUzjamei: Stephen who spoke for two .many' acts showing that.. .even- the 8 of Chapter 4533, Laws of Florida .-Cooman,ComptaloUnU n. Jut C.:: Coos

the Russian volunteer fleet steamers I drugs In any form or In any quantity. days in charging the jury. He saidIt many years of servitude in Aylesbury NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ILIFF man.Defendant.

was impossible for them to find her prison had been unable to stamp out H. Conger purchasers of Ux TT IS ORDERED THAT:THK DRPlNUUt'burill
There two
are daughters and foul
ia tie Red sea.Motien certificate No. 1177. dated the 6th day of August. J. named be
and she is
not guilty in the face of the medical her innate kindly disposition. A. D. looo. have filed said certificate in my rrqmirtd
sons. All the latter are said to be to appear to the bill of complaint Ibis cause
I II office and have made for tax deed to
evidence. The judge died some time on or before Monday; the1stdayoAugarfA
Pass EngagementTa smokers. issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
later ia a mad house. CONFERENCE ENDS. embraces the following described property situated IX. 19"4.
Tche Kiao, July 21.HDetail3 oi I in Marion county, Florida,t-wit: It is further
LONE From the time of Mrs. Maybrick's that a copy ut this' order
the repulse of Lieutenant General DEAD. Commencing: at a point 428}* feet south of be published once a week for four roaavcvtiv
1 conviction her mother the Baronessde Democratic Leaders Leave New York notrhearf corner of northwest quarter of north weeks in the Ocala Banner.
Count Keller's attack on the Japanese east quarter section 28. township 17. range :26, Done at Ocala. Florida this the tjrd day eI
Rouius, was unremitting in her thence south & feet west feet, north
I City. 9iH 130 $53
Big Demonstration Over Burial of the June A. D. '
at Motien last
4 pass Sunday I efforts :In behalf of the prisoner. She New York, July 21.-The conferenceof feet east 6x feet south 6iji fee,east 700 feet to [ISKAL S.T. SISTRCNK.
have just arrived, show that it was a I Sioux Warrior. point of beginning: :1-3 water. Clerk Circuit Court.
demonstration in force to ascertainthe Poplar Mont., July 21.-News ol I succeeded in having the death sen Democratic leaders which has bees : The' said land being assessed. the date ofI. of H.L.Anderson,Complaints Solicitor.
the-'tSuance of such certificate in the name
tence commuted to servitudefor
strength of the and the death and burial of Chief John penal in progress at the Hoffman house for M. Hudson. Unless said certificate shall be
enemy plainly life and finally has obtained the redeemed to law tax deed will issue
the past two ended when
Lone of the days, today NOTICE
Dog Mandin Sioux has .
of A.
developed their numerical superior. thereon on the ith day August 1904.
freedom of her been received here. prominent them Witness my signature .
It is evident the
ItT that Japanese from prison she had devoted her day of July A.D. 1904.
Lone Dog was a noted warrior and left the city.ExSenator. S.T. SISTRUNK In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
are drawing off troops from the Russian 7-15
southern front, reinforcing their his burial was the occasion for a great life. The Baroness was aided by influential Davis of West Virginia Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co..Fla. of Florida,in and for Marion eouat"a .
friends both sides of the I
demonstration of the Democratic candidate for vice Chancery
grief oa the part of
positions to the east. Atlantic. In after the deathof M. B. Lanier
1900 ,
the redskins. president accompanied by Norman E.Mack NOTICe n Jennie L !er/
t The Japanese display marvelous Lord Russell of Kellowen chief Defendant
In accordance with national committeeman from
his last wish ,
-4 power of concentration the rights justice of England, a letter which he IS ORDERED THAT THE DFKNo-ne
chief state and his C.
the buried secretary H.
was in
+ wrapped an named Jennie Lanier, be sad ..lac"
time[ and place. The Motien Pass i' co-partnership heretofore existing under the
had written to Mrs. Maybrick In 1890
American flag, which was presentedto Hendley left over the West shore for firm name of Gamble. Knight & Co.. at Dunn. hereby requited to appear to the bill of complainant
engagement strengthen a conviction was- discovered. It showed he IB this cause oa or belie Monday the
was elloo. Fla., is this day dissolved. All accounts '_
) him at the time he Tlsited Washington a visit to Judge Alton B. Parker at
here that the moment for a general convinced that she ought never to due the firm are to be paid to Gamble & North Slk day 0/&) /"ltr, A. D.. iv*.
aa a member of a Sioux com Bsopus, at the judge';invitation. and liabilities has been paid by the firm Gamble It i* further ordered that a cop of this artier
advance by the enemy has not yet have been and it has been .
convicted W.
m1aalon. Mr. Mack, it is understood accompanied Knight &. Co. L. KS.GHT. be published once a week for eight CMS CVU*.
arrived. generally understood that all the re- 7 8-51. W. E GAMBLE. weeks in the the Ocala Banner.
Mr. Davis in order to introduce Witness my hand and official seal this the arfh
Reports that the Japanese are aboutto cent American ambassadors to the day of June,A. D., 1904.

land troops at Yin Kow are cut rent TAKES HIS OWN LIFE. court of St. James hare done every. the two candidates as they have NOTICE. [SEAL] S. T. 5Uta'jr*.
never met. CARLOS I. SIST C .K.: Clerk circuit Court.
but not confirmed. thing possible to obtain Mrs. May Complaints Solicitor. 4 14
With the departure of Senator Davis
Surrounded by Posse Wife Slayer Commits
brick's pardon. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under See

Captured Steamer Arrives. Suicide. The fact of her probable release was the conferences were declared at tion 8 Chapter 43SS. Laws of Florida. NOTICEA.

Carrollton, Ga., July 21.-Dick Teal an end until prior to the meeting of IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT P.T.
Port Said July 21.-The eaptured tied as a reason for securing the post. NOTICE
the Democratic national committee purchaser of tax certificatesNos.
and Oriental steamer Malacca who killed his Rife. last Friday, des. of trial last of law ..
peninsular yonttnent a year 793 and 794. dated the 6th cay of August, E. Delouent administrator with wig a
has arrived here, manned by a pairing of further flight from the posse I rolU bearing on Mrs. Maybrick's inter. Tuesday July 26. A. D 1900. and No. 3973. dated August 5. sexed of E4. Delouest gives notice that oa lIleIztA
and while David B. Hill had expected to to 1901. has filed Mid certificate in my office day_f Sejittmtxr. tool,
Russian crew. Members of the Ma.la.ea' surrounded the woods st in land in Kentucky Virginia and go and has made application for tax deed to issue
south of Roopville. this county shot Normandie-by-the-Sea today for a few in accordance with law. Said certificates he will present his account and vouchers to the
crew were declared prisoners West Virginia until she was able to brace the following described property situated county judge for final settlement aad ask tars
out his brains and days, returning in time for the commit. discharge. This day of March
and no communication with the shore died.on Tuesday. personally testify. If she was notable in Marion county Honda, to-wit: 9th 1904
I Teal was 30 old. and tee meeting and possibly a visit to North halt of northwest quarter and south A E DELofKsT
years had been
was permitted. An armed guard blocks to testify In these suits Mrs. half Of northwest quarter of northeast quarter, 311 em 6m Administrator Etc

the gangway of the vessel The : married in a good family for several Uaybrick and her mother would have Judge Parker but his plans were section 34. township .4 south range 23 east. -- -..-
changed at the last moment Instead The said land being:assessed at the date of the
British captain and passengers complain t. years.A lost all title and I Interest In the many issuance of such certificates in the name of ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICEXf -
last of going to the shore he said certificates shall be
separation week took the was Unknown. Unless
of the Russian treatment. The thousands of acres of land involved in redeemed ancording to law, tax deed will

former carried hla protests to such wife to her widowed mother another the cue. called back to Albany on personal issue thereon on the 8th day of Aug.. A. D 1904 OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVfcN THAT I WILL
daughter of whom married Teal's business. He expects to return with. Witness my official signature and seal this the ll 00 September lath 1904. present t3 Hoa.'f
length that he was threatened with[ On February 4 last. Home Secretary stb day of July.A.D.1904. Robert Bullock county judge in and for Uanoa
brother. in a few days. C 8 S. T. SISTRUNK. county Florida accounts and vouchers for
arrest unless he desisted. The Malacca I Alers-Douglas. replying to a question 7 my
She Clerk Circuit Court Marion County Florida. final settlement as administrator of the estate
Is declared to have on board no was pursued there by Tal and 1 1& the house of commons confirmed of E. M Henderson deceased and will ask for
shot through the heart with a gun. Rumors Are Unfounded. a final discharge as such administrator. Dated
contraband articles for Japan. Hetjcargo the reports which had been in circu-
Defying neighbors to arrest him. he I Pekin July 19.-Noon.-The rumors NOTICE. this March it. 1904.
of 3,000 tons includes 40 tons lation that Mrs.' Maybrick had been : W. T. HENDERSON. Admr.

1 of explosives for Hong Kong. said she was not true to him, and i removed from Aylesbury prison to a : that the French have threatened tc 16m Estate of K. M.Henderson, <
that he would die free. Mob violence[ convalescent home where she would send troops to Kwangsi ia connection J Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
-- I
of Flonda.
of Chapter 4455, Laws;
Release Merchantmen. was everywhere threatening and find. remain until the summer, when she with the disturbances are unfounded. NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE --
Paris. July Information reaching ing himself falling Into the handsof would be allowed her jr edom. The The French legation emphatically repudiates -I NOTICE purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos.

3 here leads the pursuers he died. Teal was a law. home secretary said a license had been the idea. The trouble though 104. 112. 115. and 254. dated the 2nd N THE 4fH DAY OF AUGUST Woe THK
governmental quarters day of June, A. I>. 1902. has filed said certificates O
less man, having recently served in serious from the Chinese point ot in office and has made undersigned will present her accounts tad
officials to believe that Russia will release granted to Mrs. Maybrick under the my application vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge,

the British and German merchantmen the federal prison, Atlanta! for distilling. penal servitude acts. view, causes no uneasiness to fb law. for Said tax certificate deed to issue embrace in accordancewith the following and ask Jor a final settlement cf and discharge aaadministratrix .
of the estate JuUa P. John
and had been involved in other French the disturbance being in the described property situated in Marion coun
seized In the Red sea as The transfer of the prisoner from son.deceased,this 4th day of February. 1904.

a means of averting International trouble. a penal prison to a quiet country northern portion of the province and ty.Northeast Florida quarter towit: of southeast quarter of section 2 icm 6m FRANCES Administratrix.A. HOWSK.

Boston Millionaire constituted almost not French territory. 6. west half ot southwest quarter of section 5
home near
Missing. an
complications. I unprecedented 25. west half of southwest quarter of section 28. ,
New York, July 21.-Henry Tudor a action on the pert of the British township 12. range 25. and southeast quarter of

Boston Millionaire is reported to have authorities. It was due to the Found Dead in Hotel. northwest east.quarter of section 34 township ij. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRtD-
range 2S
Killed by Stray Bullet. disappeared from his hotel here and mediation of the Duchess of Bedford Nashville Tenn.. July 21.-J. Biggs The said land being assessed at the date of the ITORS. .
W. Va 21 FrankIft&cCabe issuance of such certificates in the names of H.S-
Parkersburg July
; up to an early hour today. no trace of who* as a visitors of Aylesbury prison; a prominent young man of Jackson Harp. W. P. Cheatham. Dexter Hunter TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDitors -

was shot and killed by Jack his whereabouts have been for had taken keen and Unknown Unless said certificates shall be i' ,legatees.distribute and all persona
found. Mr. a
many years personal Tenn.. was found dead In a hotel at redeemed according law tax deed will issue having claims or demands against the estate of
;"Ctriln. a negro who was arrested. Tudor is 53 years old. Three years interest in Mrs. Maybrick and Jackson this morning. He had taken thereon on the 16th day August A.D. 1904. Jonn F. Edwards deceased to present tile
:McCabe was in front of a hotel when Witness mv official signature and seal this same within two years oi they win be batted
his relatives and cf her 7230
mitigation punishment $. .
ago attorney' Charles two 2-ounce bottles of laudanum. He I the nth day of July. A. D. 1904- this the 3rd day of February. 1904.

two negroes began fighting and hetaitby Blakely appointed as his guardian. finally succeeded in obtaining the mil had been driakin- 7 ISC S.T.SISTRUAK. DOI..Y Co AdmbUtratrfx EDWARD
Clt Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. 3561
was a stray bullet 1:30.0' of her punish=ant to the ex'

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gratulating themselves on the fact.

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Baked bheephead Holland sauce ,
Potato salad Mixed pickles j Ii f
Baked turkey, cranberry sauce :
Prime ribs western beef, gravy .
Roast pig, apple sauce IN
Virginia rice cake, Brandy sauce I =.
Green peas New corn Stewed rice

a Vanilla Mashed ice potatoes cream in Stewed cantaloupe tomatoes cups
Assorted cakes Nuts Raisins : FANCY GROCERIES :
Coffee Iced tea Iced :Milk.:
: Mrs. Barnes, proprietress of the -' I
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Ono Fifty Ladies'Boxes Recommendation of Chamberlain's Sold and then in" 3H '
Stomach and Liver Tablets.I Every now some competitor "hops I
have, I believe,sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver <..

one Tablets of them lady about on here the,a who year recommendation first ago.bought She never a box of and tries to dispute our right to the leadership, but f I

tires of telling her neighbors and .
friends about the good qualities of

!; these Rochester these tablets.tablets, Ind.P.makes The M. Shore purgative them, druggist a favor-effectof E close adherence to our motto, "The Quality Governs 1

orite with ladies everywhere. For

sale by all Presbyterian.druggists.--- --Social--- m E the Price," has placed us SO FAR in the lead that --

The monthly social given by the --- ....
ladies of the Presbyterianchurch was --- ---

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Mre. William Sinclair and :Mrs. A. B.
; Brumby. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay --- ....... ?

to greeted made their the the guests.afternoon callers most a delightful cordially and one |! would call your attention to a few late arrivals: A 3 ::

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Mrs. Francis L. Sales, Missouri::
| Jello and Tryphosa All Flavors
r Valley, la., writes: "I have been
afflicted with kidney trouble five : ;
J years; had severe pains in in my back
and a frequent desire to urinate. E ;
," When riding I experienced severe. Elbow Macaroni and Imported Spagetti
pain over the region of the kidneys, ,
I tried five physicians without benefit

I and$1 Kidney i bottles then Cure.I concluded was After completely to taking try cured.Foley's three" ,I; i Rhubarb for Pies, in 3-lb. cans, 25c,

POi totllce Drag Store. m -49 '

: An Old Express Official Dead. .
Asparagus and Asparagus TipsFine. -*&
)Ir. Hugh Dempsey, one of the f ::: N.
oldest officials in the Southern Express -

Augusta buried Company Monday, Ga.,,.afternoon.Saturday died at his, To and home: honor was in [ Pint and Half Gallon r uit? Jars. 1

his memory the express office in this
city was closed during the hours from
,[. 3 to 4 and the office was draped in

I: mourning.Notwithstanding Safeguard the all Children.that is done F I I A WORM WEATHER SUGGESTION i'%

1>/ boards 6f health and charitable
inclined persons, the death rate
among small children is very high } .-....-.
during the hot weather of the sum- E the months
During instead of
warm summer
mer months in the large cities. There broiling over ::
i is not probably one case of bowel
f I complaint in a hundred, however, hot cook
that could not de cured by the timely a stove making up soup, try our Canned Soups, They
, ue of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
E all and druggists.Diarrhoea Remek)". For sale m by : are thoroughly cooked and the only work in preparing them for ;

A regular Masonic communication Gathering.of Friendship :: the table is pouring them into hot water They are put up byE ::

Lodge F. & A. \1.will be held at
St. Johns chnrch, Cotton Plant, Fla., : the best cooks in the country and are highly flavored with evx
on Friday July 22nd, 7 p. M. E. L.
Davis, D. D. G. M., and other dis- E-
tinguished Masons will be present erything that goes to make a palatable dish, We have both the S
and exemplify the work in the third
and perhaps the E. A. and F. L. E domestic and imported productions in the following flavors ::
degrees on actual candidates. ; ......

H. W. LONG. Secretary.Croup. E.... Chicken, Turtle, Beef Veal, Tomato Okra, Vermicelli, Etc, ==

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In a violent inflammation of the ..... .....
mucous membrane of the wind pipe
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I throat. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold byAntiMonopoly Li -..
: Drug Store. :Jm -..
f The Mutual Life's Big Gain.
The Mutual Life of New York reports .
for the first six months of the I TEAPOT GROCERY
year a gain in paid for business of
more than double the entire increase .....
made in 1902 1903. This .- --
1 over gratifyIng .....
I result has been accomplished

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the above named popular hostelry on
Sunday, and those who were so fortunate ,
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I as to be there are still congratulating (:\' ___ 1
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themselves on the fact. _
The following was the menu:
Consomme Vegetable WE' ARE LEADERS
Baked theephead Holland sauce :,,' i
t Potato salad Mixed pickles ,. .
Baked turkey, cranberry sauce ,
i .. --
Prime ribs western beef, gravy f: I '
Iloaot pig, apple sauce t IN
, i Virginia rice cake, Brandy sauce i ___ '
Clreen peas New corn Stewed rice

Vanilla Ma ht Ice potatoes cream in Stewed cantaloupe tomatoes cups
Aftorted cakes Nuts Raisins i FANCY GROCERIES .i
t Coffee Iced tea Iced Milk.
Mr. Barnes, proprietress of the '-' .
... OJ,
Club House, is daily making many ..-...

the new guests friends the for very the best house that by can giving be .......TV..A.............."' ,..,..........V..A"''V .&A _--tIS____ ji':1

had. E ..... ;,

One Fifty Stomach ladies'Boxes and Recommendation of Liver Chamberlain's Tablets.I Sold Every now and then some competitor "hops m"F | ;

have, I believe,sold fifty boxes of .. ;
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver -- t

one of Tablets them lady about on here the,a who year recommendation first ago.bought She never a box of and tries to dispute our right to the leadership but | if'I

tires of telling her neighbors and
friends about the good qualities of .....
these tablets. P. :M. Shore, druggist, .
Rochester, Ind. The purgative effect i: close adherence to our motto "The Quality Governs
of these tablets makes them a favor-
orite with ladies everywhere. For ....

sale by all Presbyterian-druggists.-- --Social.-- m j| the Price// has placed us SO FAR in the lead that | ...

The monthly social given by the .
ladles of the Presbyterian church was -

completed held Monday Manse afternoon on at Ocklawaha the newly I; they are now glad to scramble for second place. <& 3

avenue and was an exceedingly ,
pleasant affair. The large.number of .

ladies punch who and cake called on were the veranda served by to Besides a complete line of staple and fancy goods we if

Mrs. William Sinclair and Mrs. A. B. ...
Brumby. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay .. "

greeted the callers most cordially and would call attention to few late arrivals ".
made the afternoon a delightful one your a : t 3I
to their guests.
< She Tried Five Doctors.
: Mrs. Francis L. Sales, of Missouri ,
Jello and Tryphosa All Flavors
Valley, Ia., writes: "I have been
afflicted with kidney trouble five ,
i years; had severe pains in in my back

f; and When a riding frequent I experienced desire to urinate.severe Elbow Macaroni and Imported Spagetti |

!! I pain over the region of the kidneys. E ,
\ I tried five physicians without benefit

; and Kidney then Cure.concluded After to taking try Foley's three E : Rhubarb for Pies in -cans 25c 1

f 1 bottles I was completely cured." ,
Pot totl1ce Drug Store. m

An Old-Express Official Dead. Asparagus and Asparagus TipsFine. I\
Mr. Hugh Dempsey, one of the ::: ,#
t oldest officials in the Southern Ext -

;! t press Augusta buried Company Monday, Ga.,,*afternoon.Saturday died at his, To and home honor was in El Pint and Half Gallon r uit Jars. | .,

his memory the express office in this
'i city was closed during the h' urs from := --
i 3 to 4 and the office was draped in f' \AN\AN .......",
r mourning. .

,Notwithstanding Safeguard the all Children.that is doneb I} A WORM WEATHER SUGGESTION!
/ boards 6f health and charitable
inclined persons, the death rate --
among small children is very high *
during the hot weather of the summer -
the months

warm summer instead of
t months in the large cities. There broiling over
t la not probably one case of bowel
complaint in a hundred, however, 3 hot cook stove _
a making Canned
try our
up soup, Soups
i that could not de cured by the timelyuse Theyare
use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
t all and druggist Diarrhoea Remeky. For sale m by I I I thoroughly cooked and the only work in preparing them forE

Masonic Gathering.A : the table is pouring them into hot water
regular communication of Friend- They are put up by
ship Lodge F. & A. M.will be held at
St. Johns chnrch, Cotton Plant, Fla., the best cooks in the country and are highly flavored with ::
on Friday July 22nd, 7 p. M. E. L. everything /
Davis, D. D. G. M., and other distinguished .
i Masons will be present that goes to make a palatable dish. We have both theE
And exemplify the work in the third
L and perhaps the E. A. and F. L. : domestic and imported productions in the following flavors 3
I :
degrees on actual candidates. IIII --' __
f H. W. LONG, Secretary.Croup. Chicken Turtle Beef Veal Tomato Okra Vermicelli
Etc, ::
In violent inflammation of the ::
mucous membrane of the wind pipe, __
which sometimes extends to the -
lyrnx and bronchial tubes; and is one F VW **MAAAAAAAA AfNW\NVNAMAAMPVON ::
of the most dangerous diseases of h1HVyyyyy
children. It almost always .......
comes on in the night. a
Give frequent small doses of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup and apply Ballard's fiNE. FLORIDA GROWN BALED HAY. '
Snow Liniment externally to the q
throat. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by. .....
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. :m -...

The Mutual Life's Big Gain.
The Mutual Life of New York reports t
for the first six months of the GROCERY -
year a gain in paid for business of
more than double the entire increase
} made in 1902 over 1903. This gratify- -
I ...... '
ing result has been accomplished

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