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: September 2, 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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'.: : BANNER.i

:! The paper "Of the the "
People, for People and by the People.

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b: ""r"'r"r"r"r""r"r"r''r"'r"" " " " ';" " " Miss --.
... 1i111111" Louise Harris, who has beenon SIr and Mrs. B. E. Raysor. returned .N.oo.NNNeROOOee leot.ee..N..o.1.o...............

:: TAKE a delightful visit to friends in home Monday from Bryson City j We :
'' I I are not "Napoleons of Finance" nor as strong as j
Gainesville and Monticello for the and other points in North Corolina i

Daniel's Tonic Pills o I I past two months, returned home and Georgia, where they have been I the "Rock of Gibraltar" but we know how to run a .j

Wednesday afternoon.. spending the summer.
J bank and
I country please our customers. !

5 r; For Malaria in all forms.1To cure no pay. -3 : Miss Kibbie DeVane, of Savannah, Mr. J. C. Wheeler representing the :. --. ..--_-- i:

,. r I Ga., is the guest of her sister, :\Irs.I I Deering Mowing Machine, and Mr.
=..=. -.e P. V. Leavengood at her home on Willis representing Simmons Hard j t

-- -::::-= ..",- ...,,,. ,,,, -. ',_..,. -_ I Tuscawilla street. ware company of St. Louis, whose I BANKERS,
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:: '" headquarters are downto
.-- '.. *\* .. M. J. H. Livingston, jr., has returned J OCALA, FLORIDA. I3Ir.
: ; r Lakeland
I Tuesday. Ii IiN
.-... 1- from Gainesville, Ga., and was ;
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.t. \ ..*, q,;. .....: ', accompanied by his two daughters, Frank Harris, jr., of the Ocala Ban-
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I -J "';;;',.t-_ who have been the
... spending summer
r ner, was among our pleasant callers. J. A. 3IcIver, of Standard, ttrotroetomil.

E .. '. .' II .. :: with relatfves. ,Mr. Harris plays third base for the was in Ocala Friday and was looking I """' """" ....-:...- --. s
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S 'r .; .. Brick City team, and is an excellent T.E.BIGGI.
; r Col. F. E. Haskell, who particularly well. 3Irs. 3IcIver has -
,' ,) purchased
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.-... =--= Moon bluff on Lake Weir, was in player, and an "all-round good fel- returned from North Carolina and I ATTORNKY.AT.IWVU "
.-... "' (Office la Gary.Aaaew Mr t >
low. -Palatka jTimesHerald.Mrs. .
r- I Ocala Wednesday. He is making extensive Atlanta, where she has been for the OCALA ?.wslta.
improvements this benefit of her health, but is still, we -- -
on .
Jack Camp and little son, It D.
I POSTOFFICE I regret to learn, far from well. FVUF.R. _
.... DRUG STORE. some property. Jack, returned home Saturday morn- j j3Irs. i BHNWf.

:.:.:.. Prescriptions receive careful attention. =-= Mr. W. A. Pelot and family, Mrs. ing from Virginia and North Caro- R. A. Burford and children returned Over M mm** Ch i Mil..HXMfcT t Pia

: Whiteside and son and Mr. and Mrs. lina, where they have been for the home Friday afternoon from u. THOMPSON.Office L J"

lllllll ,.llllllllllllllllllllllillllIlllllt !! J. D. Williams returned home Satur- *J summer. Mr. Camp met them in Troy, Alabama, where they have I'JI\'SIlU.: .i:-Ate .'I".''I

'\.... I, day from their visit to the lake. I Jacksonville and accompanied them been visiting relatives for some time. over Tra'JIIIA GeateeF..... ..UtI......
home. 3Irs. Burford and daughter, Mary,

r..r t....-..- ..........- -" _...- -' IiIIt .I I Hon.Walter G. Robinson,of Gaines- Capt. W. J. Tucker, formerly of spent ten days at the St. Louis fair ED/"i SFRvatlt-._-- --- r

ville, a brother of Hon. George K. this city, now of Fort Pierce, at the and the Mammoth cave during their \nons :\...\1.1.\ WI

David Robinson, of this city, is quite ill at ;:
I S. Wood rowPHOSPHATE session of the democratic state'exec- absence. OCALA. r. r rlMuaA
1 his old home in Rhode Island wherehe utive committee held in Jacksonville -
- .Editor C. P. Setzer, of The High J K. cHAsE
is on visit to relatives.Dr. Friday, was elected secretary of the r
ti Springs Hornet and The Alachua
LANDS campaign committee without opposi- DENTIST, I

a! W. C. Lindsay and. family and tion. Eagle, was among those-who came to OCALA Ft

aa, Mrs. C. .C. Todd and children returned Miss Stone and Miss Ada Stone, of Gainesville yesterday. He was accompanied pARLOS L. 'I5TKCNR, '-'-

home Saturday afternoon from a by his nephew, Alphonso,
Chattanooga, Tenn., who are on avisit ATTORNCY.ftT.UW.
If have any phosphate lands you wish to sell ors
lease you on royalty communicate with him. three week's very delightful outingat to Ocala delighted the congregations who seems to appreciate being in the Room.. IofUODic .*........0... p... I' H TIt'W'ill

Lake Weir. presence of "Uncle Setzer" -
A very "
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of the Christian and Baptist
much.-Gainesville Sun.
Miss Edna Ayer, who has been in churches Sunday morning and even- '

Alabama, for many months, return- ing with several very beautiful solos. 3Ir. and 3Irs. E. L. Wartmann and
Office neil to Dr. Smith Postoffict Block. Ocala.Fla. daughter, Miss Elizabeth
a ed to Ocala are spend-
Saturday afternoon and
_. Hon. and Mrs. C.1.. Brown went ing a few days with 3Irs. Fudge. 3Ir. PayYoui! !
Tr is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Alfred down to Miami Monday to spend a and :3Irs. Wartmann and Miss Wart-
. week. Mr. and 3Irs. C. 31. Brown, mann have been in the mountains of You have any IM t Hnatt

USA ELIZABETH EASSIS Local Editor I I[ Mrs. J. J. Harris and little son of M r. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and jwill go down in a couple of days. North Carolina and are on their way IF to sell,

: L I Valdosta, Ga., are in Ocala on a brief children went down to Lake Weir T .ey will return to Ocala, however, to their home in Florida,-Atlanta on f

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. visit; They left yesterday for Anthonyand Saturday-afternoon to spend a few b,"i ,re going to that city to reside. Journal.
You'ru thinking) I, I Ii.> naming
Citra to visit relatives. days. They will be at Mrs. Woodrow's I IF
:Mr. John B. of Irvine to Florida fw
II ):rs. J. J. Gerig, who has been Floyd, ,was A Wtttip,

if 1 t Mr. J. S. Weathers represented Capt W. T. Hubbard, with the A. cottage during their stay. spending several months with :\11'. Ocala Friday shaking hands with his OU

1 I LeRoy in this city Wednesday.Mr. .. C. L. Ry., was visitor to the cityMonday airs G. W. Neville, cashier of the Gerig in Indiana and at the World's legion of friends. The genial gen-

t .. and at the Dunnellon Bank and tleman has bought an elegant home You desire.tu1ny ill tai
.... GaInes- : was registered agent for the A. Fair, returned home Monday 3Ir.
Thrower, jr. oft
B. K.
kind of FlurWn .
a' 1 in St Augustine where his pI prlrTOSKK )
r in Ocala Wednesday. Montezuma. I i 'C. L., wa in Ocala Saturday and Gerig is now in Colorado for the family
ville, was will reside most of the time, but :\11'.
I ---- guest at the Ocala House. He was benefit of his health. _
Dr. W. H. Powers, who has been
i" has returned from a accompanied by Mrs. Neville. \ Fiord will not not give up his resi-
Mrs. J.J. Pyles
week the St.
the at
spending past
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little daughter dence Marion county.
t visit to relatives at St. Petersburg.Dr. Louis exposition, is now on a visit to The democratic executive committee Merrice, went down to St. Peter-

}L M. Taylor, of Crystal River, Colorado Springs. is seriously considering the burg Saturday afternoon to visit Mrs. )Ir. James 3IcGehee, one of our J.J .lIYmGnO &SONS O

a visitor to Ocala on Tuesday. Miss Georgia Smith left yesterday charges of forgery and criminal libelagainst Carroll's sister, :Mrs. Ramsauer and most valued subscribers made us a I

afternoon for Hendersonville, N. C.,, W. %I. Holloway candidatefor 3Irs. Hannah. 3Ir. Carroll accompanied pleasant call Saturday. He says the OCALA FLORIDA

Messrs. Herbert Anderson and. suprenintentof public instruction. them for a few Buck Poud school has grown large ..
where she will spend a few weeks days. -- --
ft.ft.Wall Walter Ray have returned from Jack- ------- enough to require two teachers.

with friends.. Mr. W. J. Chambers, who has been 3Ir. L. Horne and Professor Lamb, of Live
'Om'il1e. ____ --- --- family, of York, Oak, principal DANGER COMING

Christopher H. Davis, of Manatee Miss Nellie Ballard who has been in New York and Philadelphia for have recently moved to our city and and Miss Frank Ross, of Gaiter,

i Mrs.is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. the guest of Mrs. J. G. Spurlin for a several weeks buying goods for the are receiving a warm welcome from is assistant. Both are fine teachers BIgna that Point to 'Bright Dl*

a couple of weeks,left Wednesday for Chambers Shoe Company returnedhome our citizens. :Mr. Horne is a promi and a successful term is expected by oase err other Fatal Formecf
Robert G.----- her home in Georgia.Mr. Saturday afternoon and we re- nent turpentine operator. They are the patrons of the school Kidney TroubU.

---- get to learn that he is not at all well. -_. -- -
M.D.. and Laurence Jackson have J. B. Epperson jr., of Willis- occupying the Edwards house on There are thooiaad of ,*... .. wi,.)U$
visit to their South Third 3Irs. W. N. Camp, Misses: Lucie, !
k returned from a, short ton, was in the city Wednesday on Attorney Wm. Hooker, of ,Ocala, unconscious/ dagger of IW fats
----- Sallie and Leta Camp and Master has lately befallen M otMf W ?stir sr.
okl home in Gainesville. business and everything in a son of Judge Hocker,
reports accompaniedby
I )[1'. Grant McCall, who was formerly William Camp, have returned home prominent ma aoJ w_ss wbu !,.r#4i*|

Mr. 11. ,\. Daniel returned home prosperous condition in Leyy county. his wife and littledaughter, has in the furniture business in from Wayuesville, N. C., where they I i from kidney trooM TtoM diwtn* U4

short visit been at Seaside Inn, Goodall, for the alarmingly on the 1 IMI.MO.,tad thy coat
Tuesday afternoon fronga Mrs Seth R. Brown, Micanopy, Ocala, and who associates himself have been ever since 3Irs. Camp and : InsidiousUt
,, past two or three weeks.-Advocate, 09 eo few rr.'t M tkit
to Jacksonville. came down Wednesday and will re Titusville. with the "old timers," was a pleas- Miss Camp returned from abroad. i iIr. condition till life it actually la
i l % is from West main here some time visiting 'relatives. ant visitor Sunday and was registered :\ Clifton Camp returned home with' In the e&riUf! .* of kkta'v tfi*;**** -

)Ir. Bat Perdue up Rev and Mrs. Chas. M. Gray, Mr. : at the Ocala House. them after an absence of sec ral there may be ttfcdtcb. t... k* Ie, u
Palm Beach on a visit to his many --- ---- natural appetite lad Ut In tl'; ,. toousi,
Charley Gray and Miss Ophelia Gray, weeks. f I I3Ir. :.
OcaU friends. Mr. J. S. Norton. of St. Petersburg i-1, We regret to learn that Miss Johnnie dryer furred tMffM, thlrt, dry skin *t

-- I returned home yesterday aftera | who have been summering in Tennes- Gattis, who has been quite sick T. S. Sanders, 31rs. Chas. G. strong ptn-plra&b&tedhn."nt i" K,* wist,

t Mica Rosalie Falk, a very pretty visit of several days. He was accompanied see passed through Ocala Wendesdayen for several weeks at the home of her Blyth and son, Miss Jessie C.Sanders, or uaoztaral fiUagt in vnri ,;i pane uf

young miss of Palatka, is visiting r home by his little niece. route to their home at St. Peters- aunt, Mrs.: J. P. Hilburn, was Miss Nettie Lisk and :Master! J. John- the bod/ Doot expect ail u<.... 'liM ..
to bow themMlvM. A* a'.... .
burg. They spent a very delightful y.
t Mr*. J, C. Xorjvood.; .. m Mr. and Mrs.V.. 31. Martin and summer. much worse yesterday and her rela- son came launch up from Indianola, Wednesday notice any of laoa, cutam<'* M 4ass
by and
returned the
returned homeWedttWlay ----- tives are greatly alarmed over her the use of POLBT Kn>*Kf r't UK
Mr. R. R. Carroll Miss Eugenie Fuller, who have been Mr. Mala H. Houghton left same night.Iiss Lisk is
to St. yesterday condition. a guest of I THOMAS MAPLE, Birbec-k 1 in wrttay

from a short- visit j jI i spending some months at Seabrezee, for College Park, Ga., where h e' ------------ Miss Sanders and hails from Ocala; "I Lad a very t*4 CM of kiJ:.,.,; Eruyt i.

I PetorMburg.:______ _____\ !' returned home yesterday. They enjoyed will attend the Georgia Military Col-[ W. :\Martin, of Ocala, who is while 3Irs. Blyth's: home is in Orlan- and my back pitoed BI* *J I < .id! *,)t
Mr. John H. Taylor left Wednesday I It a most delightful outing.Mr. Ifge.1al3, is a bright young man spending the summer on the beach, do.-Titusville Advocate. straighten up. Tto / .M" tMmr
did me DO good. I *w Fus iv't lusts.,
Carolina and Virginia to of Enville and we predict for him a high mark caught a 121 lb. bass Thursday morning -
for North :: W. B. Connolley, Miss Edith Piatt leftyesten.lay for Crag adverOwJ tv} took out k .pend some weeks. Hernando county. was in Ocala yes in his college studies. at Potter's! pier. Many fine which cured mo ... I tare u.* fc*.
f catches have been made Chattanooga, Tenn., to spend a affected 61 I
His horses are now in Jacksonville at this pier ftilrrnMiiiiKil sit* -
Rev. and Mrs Rowland, Miss lola Charlie Moore, Nathan Peyser, within the few couple of weeks with relatives. She remedy.
past weeks and
and will to Nashville in
LkUlon and several others form a go { Fred Vogt, Moses Liddell and Harry fisherman goes away empty handed. will then go to St. Louis to see the It \Is a simple thing to matt yet r kit

romping party on the lake this week. October. Bullock returned home Saturday -The Seabreeze. i fair and will visit her mother in Kentucky neys right when they are net UdJf ftffw

:\lrs.R.L.Anderson left yesterday for afternoon from Palatka. They played : before returning home. Miss ed; but it la not 10 easy after tarirtctka

Dr. J. M. Thompson, came homeWednesday Louisville, Ky., .to joinherdaughters, with Palatka 'against St. Angus- The guests of the Seaside Inn, Mary Piatt also leaves today for Sea- baa set In. FOLET'I KICXIT Cca wilt ,.
cure form of
from a professional every kidae/ aM fcUMtr
afternoon Misses Mary and Rebecca Anderson. tine. The former team won by a Goodall, were agreeably entertainedby breeze; to spend a couple of weeks trouble if taken early tad It wIS fit relief :
.visit to Lake They will return home in ajcouple of score of 11 to 10. both vocal and instrumental musicon with Her sister, 3Irs. D. W. Davis, even in the most hopeless sass It
s. ,. Mba I i Sadie Parr came home }ester eeks. Mr. W.. J. Kountz, of Allegheny, Sunday evening last by 3Irs. Wm. who has a cottage there and later she Is an honest preparation i4 .U1 4* tH
scat U
day afternoon from Lake Weir,where Miss Lillie Frost, of the H. B. Masters : Pa., owner of the Commercial Bank Hocker, of Ocala; 3Ir. and 3Irs. H. will go to Kentucky. j for VLPostoffire .

the had been for several weeks. firm, has gone to New York where bulding in this city is dead. His F. Stewart, owners of the Seaside The Palatka'rimes-Herald the Drugstore.- -- yEEDS

she will purchase a very fine line death occurred at his home in that Inn, Goodall; and3Ir. and Mrs. Chas.H. pays
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and goods for that Stewart, of \Ielbourne.-Indian following compliment to some of the
t of fall and winter city several months ago, ,informationof
.- returned home Wednesday. Ocala ball players at Palatka. "For \
; rhlklren establishment. River Advocate.Dr. .
which reached Ocala
popular yesterday "
{ t day's'isit to Lake. Weir. Ocala, Jewett at short made some ERR :
from a '.
Chas. MoO / OrmerlY of this city, I J ? Carswell, a prominent young fast plays. He is one of the fastest "

Theo. Carroll, of Jacksonville, residinl'in Ocala arrived in Mrs. A. R.
Mr. but qow YanDeventeranddangh-1 physician of Citra, was recently mar men seen here this season. Harris

I representing Armour fertilizers, is the city yesterday. Charlie is a member ter, Miss ried to a charming belle of Georgia. played a good third base. Moore MEET ALL Tz

ii circulating among our truckers and of the Ocala Rifles, and secured their home in this city after a delightful Dr. and Mrs. Carswell have gone to pitched a f rl>t-class game, and seven tiCCDS
Experience hoi "uH1 J f. .*.
farmer today. permission to precede his company afar is trip through the west extendingas St..Lpuis; on their honeymoon and ina Palatakans fell victims to his decep- a tact bold by All 4.**n. Vet .-

Jar Guy after spending several as Gainesville. He left here wi as far as California. They were couple of weeks will be at home to tive curves. The Ocala boys are ,Annual.11caD IOw-th.y t&.postpaid grow frt 134 to ftii fiat*p> _

last night, joining his absent about three months, and were their friends at Citra. Dr. Carswellis
Guards splendid
weeks in Ocala with his parents, the young gentlemen, and D. M. FERhY L CO.

)lr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer, left Wed- company at Rochelle.GainesvilleSun. greatly benefited by the trip.-Gainesville well knownin this city and his understand the ins and outs of the DKTRO1T AIIC$.

Sun. \ friends extend him their best:wishes "
? nwdy tor Atlanta. .

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( fE ABOUT THE BIG ftUIJ, tween the Boers and the English are I ELECTRIC CP LINE

very enthralling and realistic.At TO SILVER( SPRINGS.Would r13 BEBBEBB 13 aaaEagE( ((3

when the
night myriad electric

4 lh> Architecture Beautiful in its OrifMilltjr lights cast their radiance over all the ,

and Sublime in itsiMagnifi' beauties and splendors of the exposi- Make Ocala A City Besides

c enee-The Wonderful Floral tion, the bands playing, the din of Beiag a Joy ForoTir.

t Clock, etc.. etc etc. o the Pike in the distance, it defies and ro the Editor of the Ocala JUnoer. \ OQ ,
After a week's absence in South 4 ffOll9'j
Staff Correspondence Cont %ll1td. baffles description. "TIle e e
Just Carolina, where I was called on pro- f

all The odds St.the Loau greatest exposition exposition is beyond ever building in is front the "floral of the clock Agricultural," whichto fessional business, I wish to make OQ i ;

good my promise to the public ,and
held. The main buildings composingthe me was one of the most interesting fi a
give through the press, what facts I
exposition are of themselves worth individual exhibits at the fair. The .

going to see to nothing of the dial is the largest of any clock on have gathered as to the cost of con-
exhibits which they contain whichare earth, being 100 feet across and is structing and electric railway and "ihalTceals
plant for its operation between Ocala o You jgfl1'\l'
not only vast and varied but are i composed entirely of many and beautiful
and Silver Springs. At the time of
marvelously beautiful and attractive hued flowers. The minute hand
I this writing I have heard from two
from an artist's standpoint.The weighs 2,500 pounds and the second
of the parties to whom I addressed
twelve main hand nearly as much-have forgottenthe ,
buildings are of
exact weight, also the material letters seeking information. One ,' i .
different -- -
type andstyle of architec- o
only acknowledges the receipt of my -- -- "..-.----..-'" -.-
from which the hands
ture and are beautifully symmetricaland are made. .'
letter and promised an estimate at a !
harmonious.On The clock is on a hill and can be -
later day, which he wished to care- f
the seen from many points on the grounds im
authorityof mostjcapable}
fully prepare. The other, Mr JamesT. Summer prices still prevail and
judges in the world it is said that and attracts a great deal of atten- .
Harris, the owner and developerof
the great palace of Minettjand |Metallurgy tion.
White Stone Lithia Springs, and a
I which occupies and extremely) The exhibits in the Agriculturalhall personal friend of the writer, answer m we have left a great many bar

important position in the general plan which covers 23 acres,are interesting -
ed more at length, and I doubt if I
and adjoins the palace of Liberal Arts in the extreme and it is
and the United States government wonderful to see how artistically the can make it plainer than he has done gains which we think will interest / f
and therefore quote from his letter.
building, is the most magnificent, various grains, staples, etc., are ar- He
most original and sublime piece of r 'lgoo.
"Yours to hand and noted. As to Q you. tt a
architecture which was ever createdfor Canada has a wonderful exhibit in
the cost of building an electric line,
this building occupying a space of
exposition purposes. I should think you could get first- .
Besides the main buildings 10,000 square feet. The dome of the
forty- class, second hand rails, about 56 lb. 0
four different Mates and territories Ottawa Library of Parliament is reproduced White Goods 4 ;
rail, to build five miles for about $lo,-
have beparate buildings on the on a smaller scale. Its
000, or, say about $23j per ton. Your : i ,
frame] is of covered
grounds, classed under the head of J pine with red
dynamo, engine, wire and other ap-
burlap. Artistically featured to this
of States. These
pliances, would cost about $.5,000. Of Have all been reduced and there in
background the and
buildings begin near the "Inside Inn" : are grains grassesof are
course you know about what thecrossties
and extend as far down as the Festival : Canada, over 3,000 specimens be-

hall, Fine arts and Mines: and Metallurgy I ing shown in a charming way. But- would cost. If through a O this lot and exclusive '

palaces. tresses are built up of millet, broom level country, it ought" to cost very I C1 some very pretty a
little to grade it. .
There is a tract of forty-seven acreswithin grass, corn and many other of the .

thejexposition: grounds'devoted: grasses and grains ot that as his hotel and spring are I
entirely to exhibits of men and mate There are many other delightful L
about six miles from White Stone sta- j WQ
rials from the Philippine islands. This things from Canada displayed.
tion on the Southern railway, and 1 Down
wonderful display would constitute a In the Agricultural building the j
through a very hilly part of the country -
magnificent exposition if set apart by tobacco exhibits of Virginia and
-in the Piedmont section of the
itself and entirely independent. It Tennessee are very instructive and ,
state-and he has quite recently J Q Many pretty patterns in lawn dimities
f contains a vast number of exhibit t becomingly arranged. graded and constructed an electric m

buildings, many being Philippine style California has one of the largest

1 and materials, which contain exam and handsomest exhibits in the Agricultural hotel railway, and line has from it the now station in successful to his f a and all our print goods. Many of these jjjj

ples of all the products of the Philippines building, and in fact, she has I ;
operation. He built ic with his own
-arms, implements, household an exhibit in every building, showing
utensils, and everything pertainingto to great advantage her wonderful funds and kept an accurate account patterns can be worn late in the fall and I IW

the life of that primitive people resources, and has also a state build- of all expenses. His power, in addiG G
tion to running his railway, furnishes J
In the department of education thereis we know do better than
ing.It electric light liberally,throughout his you can no A
represented enough of Philippine too bad that Florida at thisgreatest '
large and beautiful hotel and sur-
civilization to convince any thinking of all fairs, should be so

person that there exists in the islands greatly eclipsed by California and the rounding grounds.It I 3 BUY HERE. .
will be seen that Mr. Harris has
a widespread spirit of civilization and other states of the union. m'3
S. E. H. not estimated cost of cars, as they
: considerable advancement I
in that direction -
vary much in price according to the I .
in the case of the native Neglected C"ld s.E'ery J1 --- ---.
style and finish. The item of -- :
grading j i
tribes the visitor has the opportunityto part of the mucous membrane,

observe them in an environment the nose, throat, ears, head and lungs, need scarcely be considered by ,
etc., us, as there will be but little of that
are subjected to disease and j
identical with their 1
own country, and Summer
blight from neglected colds. Ballard's to do. Cross-ties may be had all Clothing. B 3
engaged in their regular pursuits.The ;
Horehound Syrup is a pleasant and along the line, and can 'probably be

grounds,consisting 1240 acres effective remedy. 25c, 50c, $1.00.W. delivered at 20 cents a piece. !

are beautifully arranged. Beautiftl Akendrick, Valley Mills, Texas, According to Mr. Har-is, rails msy ,"" .."'*" n'l
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flowers are seen everywhere and'arefurther writes: "I have used Ballard's Hore- be obtained at a cost of 2,000 per ..s "'S .. .. l"y- -. .- W

beautified by the lagoon which hound Syrup for coughs and throat mile. Dynamo, engine and other appliances I

extends main for exposition over two and miles culminatesjln throughthe troubles Drug remedy.it is Store.a"pleasant Sold by and AntiMonopoly most m effective -- That about is$17,000 comparatively, 5000., exclusive A six a of small mile cross-ties.item.road ..; We have a few two-piece suits, in neat ,

the Grand Basin and Cascades.
sides this there are graceful trees and AMERICA'S GREATEST WEEKLY, 30,000 Suppose (we a' sum had a which capital should stock be of effects which we want to close out. We bQ

shrubbery and groupes of graceful THE TOLEDO BLADE easily raised here for such an enter-

statuary.On two. strips of ground on the hill The Best Known Newspaper in the prise$13,000) we for would construction have ,a margin cars and of Sm are greatly i in need of the room for our fall

United States-Circulation, 171,000. casino. It seems to me that wouldbe &
side leading to to the Palace of .
Agri Popular in sufficient to put the line into '
Every State a stock and this IS the
culture, just west of the four-acre The Toledo Blade is now installed going concern, and once it is in operation reason we haye put fJa

rose garden, the story of the sale of any further funds needed
the territory Louisianna In ;;,its new building with a modern would come easy. Can so much I I g down
by France be our prices so low. The suits nJ
r to the United States is uniquely told. I plant and equipment, and" facilities raised? I think it can. If the busi- ij are the

equal to any publication between New ness people of Ocala will pledge them-

One tains of the these French 210x25 emblem feet strips, the fleur-con York and Chicago. It is the only from selves all to points have north all of shipments here,wherever made Fecheimer-Fishel Brand. Blp

: de-lis, and the figures "1803" in red weekly newspaper edited expressly forever it is practicable, by the Clyde Line of IN
)' state and territory. The news of steamers,
flowers on a green ground. The other to Ocala,via Silver Springs
the world is so arranged that busy steamers, as well as make all

figures contains"1904.the stars" The and first stripesjand shows French the can more .easily comprehend than people shipments north, over the same possible route, : : Straw Hats at Reduced; Prices. b pd

by reading cumbersome columns of dui and stand by the agreement like men,

ownership, the second Americanownership. lies. All current topics made plain in then I am convinced, that if properly) t o

; each issue by special editorial matter I approached by a committee of
The story is made more complete written from inception down to date. business men, the Clyde Liner 1 : Belts, Fancy Hosiery UJ:i
The &
+ by the name "McKinley," under only paper published especially fo people will gladly fall into line with ,
people who do or do not read daily us and more than likely take stock in
whose administration the great Louisiana newspapers, and yet' thirst for plain the road, and make such traffic arrangements M i: Odd Pants at Odd Prices
Purchase Exposition was projected f facts._ _..That,__ ._this___ kind" of .a. newspaper with us as will in a short- 7
and successfully embarked, w VUVU1i1" is proven oy the fact that while save us in freights more money

and the union shield and name of the Weekly Blade now has over 170- than it will ('Ot us to put the road in

000 yearly subscribers and is circulated operation.Of Everything For the
"Roosevelt, under whose administration g 9) Gentleman.I
the exposition exists.In in all parts of the United States. course t'piews are thrown d
In out in '
addition to the news the Blade pub the "crn'V, but they are.suf-
circles with floral scrolls sur- lishes short and serial stories, and ficient to enab' practical men to doa t i
rounding the names of many departments little figuring for : :
"Napoleon, of matter suited to themselves. Bat '0.
who sold the Louisiana territory to every member of the family. Only on remember we want unity of action. AT' i1 "

"Jefferson," under whose administration dollar a year. eThe road Won't build itself, nor can I
it Write for free specimen copy. Ad build it myself. I have no AUadin's fi (ff,
was ,
purchased "L.
dress THE BLADE, lamp, nor can I simply say "presto!" .
r P." (Louisiana purchase) while f
in Toledo, Ohio. and make it come fully equipped. If

t similar scrolls surrounding the namesof it is needed or wished for, then it can '

McKinley and Roosevelt, are "L. Do Not Be, Imposed Uoon. only be had by going systematically i m

r ',, P. E." (Louisiana Purchase exposi- Foley & Co., .Chicago, to work with the determination that
t we will have it, and it will
be K.
tion.) Honey and Tar as a throat and lung How much easy. 7 B. MASTERS m
per annum do our busi 1
In a reservation of fifteen acres is remedy and on account of the great ness people in
merit and pay freights to the a
the Boer war exhibit, which is like a popularity of Foley's railroads, between this place and t m
Honey and Tar many imitations .
J. bit of South Africa, with its Jacksonville? I believe arrangements
for the .
s and people, transplanted to the Foley's genuine. Ask for can be made if this road is built, .
very I Honey and Tar and refuse
doors of the American any substitute offered which will save the people just that M : m$
people. This as no other amount, at least, besides the earningsof OCALA FLORIDA. 4E3
Boer war exhibit constitutes one of I I preparaton will give the same satis the road otherwise. )
faction. It is safest for :
the most wonderful features of the and What say the business men of _
exposition. The battles fought be ,delicate Drug Store.persons. Sold by Post Office Ocala Shall we have the road? B aasaaQC7R '
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.Sir. The Helvenston.Bliteti-Pasteur-Com- Recover a Stolen! Pocketbook and a --- -DAELERS IN- ---
j I Dress Parade and Battalion Drill This
pany Will Open a Business in Ocala' i Gold Watch*

D. M. Barco, of Cotton Plant, Afternoon. HARDWAREAGE
September 15. From Tuesday's Daily. Monday afternoon a colored
visiting at Dunedin.
Mr. E. T. Helvenston, Mr. G. C. Yesterday the Ocala Rifles pitched woman by the name of Eliza Middle-
Miss Geiger, of Jacksonville, is visiting Pasteur, of Ocala, Dr. S. H. Blitch, their tents in the lot near the Armoryand ton was shopping at Masters' store

relatives in Ocala. of Blitchton, and Mr. E.L. Mahoney, entered upon regular camp life, and thoughtlessly laid her pocket 14 Old Hickory" Wagon.Let .

of Nebraska have purchased the which they expect to undergo for book on the counter, and like the
: Mr. W. E. Sinclair, of Mobile,
: Us Furnish You Prices on Building Materials
,. Alabama. is in thecity.The Racket store from C. )f. Brown & some time at Camp Taliaferro and proverbial flea, when she reached to

Company and will on September the perhaps later on at V anassas, Va. get it "it wasn't there." Ocala Florida.
prospects of the South Florida
fifteenth take possession.of same. The roster shows an enrollment of I Two other colored women were

fair grow bigger .every. day. These gentlemen have purchasedthe sixty-three.. standing near and were immediately
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Dr. Eaton Lindner, of Anthony, merchandise stock of the Racket Before the company's departure for suspected and the affair was reportedto

: was visiting:: in Ocala Friday. solely for the purpose of obtaining i St.. Augustine tonight there will be a :,\ Cleveland and Deputy Hut- i I

I possession of the building, on which I dress parade and battalion drill in son, who followed the suspected women -:
Lake Weir as an outing spot, is be-
to their homes. When they gotto
they have taken a three years lease front of the Ocala House and Capt.

coming more and more popular. the Harlan woman's home she was
and as soon as they take charge of Nash and Lieutenants Graham and

Miss Jessie Palmer is oia* delightful the business will bell the stock at Anderson and the non-commissioned secreting a part of the money;

reduced and will immediately officers and enlisted men cordially in the meanwhile the other woman This is the disagree
greatly -
visit to relatives at Dunedin. prices I \ .i **, -**'
rJ VG?'?*: *lL''f =
-- put in an up-to-date line of vite everybody to witness the same. whose name is Jones, got her shareof

Mr. J. L. Leitner represented the the spoil and hid the pocket book able old fashioned
di7 goods, notions, shoes and gents The Rifles have been drilling nightly '( ,

Phosphate City in Ocala :\fondaGen. }-. furnishings.Mr. I for some time and they drill well under the S. S. & W. railway depot.

.-- 'i The women made a confession and 1. & way to make bread.
Robert Bullock has gone to Helvenston has grown up in and those who come out this after- }

Clay Springs to recuperate for a few 1 the mercantile business having served[ noon we.know will be pleased with are awaiting trial, and the money ,

days. for a long time with E. W. Agnew &: j the exhibition. was restored to the owner.

Company and more lately with H. B. Come out and give our soldier boysa
)lr. Will Moore \&s those
among On Saturday last, John Daniels 3
Masters and for some years was the good send off. \ ,
who went to Jacksonville on the ex- (white) stole a gold watch and chain
buyer for that establishment.Mr. At the competitive drill last night
cursion. from C. B. Bell a turpentine opera- ,. .
Pasteur has likewise had long Corporal W. C. Dodson Little
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dozier went tor of Wildwood, and sold the watchto
experience and especially in the shoe Willie"-won the gold medal for be-
up to Jacksonville Monday on the a colored preacher named Davis for UNIVERSAL; BREAD MAKER
department having for the past five ing the best drilled man in the com-
excursion.Mr. $6.
years been the head salesman of this pany.
------ The affair was reported to our vigilant t/l
Ohio -
A. Ullman, of Cincinnati, ,
department of the H. B. Masters Sour Stomach. ,4

is in Ocala. and is the guest of Mr store. When the quantity of food taken is officials and the facts as above This is the new and upto'I r( '

Maurice Strauss. too the rich narrated were ferreted out by them. ,
Dr. Butch though a partner will large or quality too sour g ac \
stomach is likely to follow, and especially Daniels plead guilty before Justice date way. You do not touch l t
Miss Sallie Teague, of Lady Lake, I not be an active member of the firm. \
so if the digestion has been Waid and was put under $200 bond to '
the of her brother Mr. Mahoney is the father-in-law of the dough takes just
ia visiting family weakened by constipation. Eat slow- await the action of the grand jury.A ; 3 4, .
Mr. S. A. Rawls and will make Ocala and of ;.
)Ir. Frank league. ly not too freely easily digestedfood. '
minutes to thoroughly mix t
his future home. lIe will have chargeof Masticate the food thoroughlyLet Joy's Wild Ride For Life. 'band

The democrats are having a little the books o( the new firm. five hours elapse between meals, With family around expecting him knead with this machine. '

politics down in Manatee cotmty- and when you feel a fullness and I
The name of the new firm will be to die, and a son riding for life, IS
and it's a novelty. weight in thereig on of the stomach I wiles to get Dr. King's New Discov- Why don't you try one.
the lIel venston-Blitch.Pasteur-Com-
after eating, take Chamberlain'sStomach e_. for Consumption, Coughs and S \

,, Editor Jordan insists that Cooper i pany and we hope it will do a i I I and Liver Tablets and the (,..1-3, W. H. Brown of Leesville, Make life easier. We sell

Marshal I and business and we !i sour stomach may be avoided. For ..
centered! to the 'killing large profitable L endured death's agonies from .
!: sale by all druggists. m them on trial and the Priceis d
sure but this wonderful medicine
Bowman of Punta Gorda. feel that it will. i I as> .iiia;

I gave instant relief and soon cured him. /'
I : right } ; J52.25
Messrs. & ,
Sternberger Phillips :
Genial Ed. Williamson, of Lake Mr. Stephen Jewett returned home He writes: "I now sleep soundly ,

Kerr was shaking hands with his Saturday from a ten day's visit to the have purchased the automobile that every night." Like marvelous cures !

formerly belonged to Dr. Powers for Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis
F Ocala friends Friday. I Louisana Purchase Exposition andI
from Mr. J. H. Spencer.Miss I I Coughs,Colds and Grip prove its f! 'SSold I
I 1 Asheville, N. C. '
matchless merit for all Throat and ,
I.'Grace and children
Mr. and rs C. -
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, # : Lydia Barrs, of Jacksonville, Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c
Mr. W. E. Sinclair Mobile Ala. !
t took in the Jacksonville excursion -- ExclusivelybyIIubbard -
who has been the greatly admired and 1.00. Trial Bottles free at Ty1 1
a brief visit in Ocala ;left Monday
.t on Monday. after dinds & Co. Drug Store m
of Mrs. F. L. Watson for the
for North Carolina, where he guest & lVla duff

Mr. Bethel Gallagher, of Tampa, goes on business.Conductor past week, left Monday for her home. Dr. Newsom Hurt. c ,

in Ocala and was a ,,
pent Sunday --
Mr. Charles who returned. Monday as Dr. Newsom was running =
and )1 n;. Lowry of --- ----------- -
of the Savoy.Dr. .
get last Thursday from St. Louis and his automobile into the shed,
Homosassa, have to St. Paul and
returned home gone where it is kept, in some he lost PHONE 34. 1.mm m m BLUE WAGON I PHONE 34.
J. Walter Hood Minneapolis, Minn., spend a couple spent a few days in Ocala, returned way _

Sunday from a ten day's visit to his I I. of weeks. I to his home at Holder Sunday after- control of the machine and was I
---- ----- We an prepirwl m fur-
t I thrown backward to the ground.
old home in Atlanta. I I'lliif vi,.lt n> Oita.ii of Dr E. T.Ailt'u I noon. I OCALA nMiOn OCALA
'\ --- I Both of his legs were pinioned between -
: i he t"t. t"tor, U<*e alit throatsursitou Sam Barco came in Sunday from .
and Mrs. Marshall returned -
\ Mrs. Tobey ut" Tampa will l>f 'I'tiur.day I Cotton Plant, where he has been the wheels and the-wall and ICE & & -
afternoon froma IOrICE
home Friday Sept. 22 Mi jiiezuiut hotrl. spending several weeks with his were very badly bruised. His family PACKINGCOMPANY

visit to Lake Weir. and neighbors rushed to the doctor'srescue
Dr. Boozer's mother and brother brother, Mr. Newcomb Barco. He
Baker returned home and it was some time before s'inrt !uwi.-f ti *n,; COMPANY.
Mr. Charles will back in a few days.
from Georgia, who have been visiting go pfllCl': city or arrrp
short busi- they could release him, being obliged ito t
11 Sunday afternoon from a him for a couple of weeks, left for ,..... -
Jacksonville. Maj. Thomas C. Hall has returned dig the dirt from around the wheels
nt t visit to their home Saturday. W&TG'n-FOR THE BLUE-W CON. I PHONE 34.
i | home from Waynesville N. C., where before they could! move the machine.
: Mr J. C. Norwcxxl and daughter of Jacksonville -
I' Messrs. E. L. Crossett .he has been spending a month with Besides the injury to his legs the doc- .... .-4- -.. -
afternoon - -- ----
reutrttdd home B. K. of Gainesville
and Thrower -
his wife and daughter. They will tor received a number of other severe

_ : from a vWt to Jacksonville. two popular traveling men were !
return later. bruises and while the accident did not
j in Ocala Saturday. 125 &islielsOnion; Sets.
Kmmett Robinson returned Sunday prove serious: was very painful..
s -- Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snyder

jt, from a couple of day's visit to )Ir. A. 3Ir. Andrew Russell has been called children have gone to' St.: Au usfeine. Medical attention was at once sum- _-

:i- C. Fbuel at Lake Weir. to Stw Augustine on account of the From there Mr. Snyder will go north moned and he will be all right in a .

':."- I serions illness of his wife, ,who is in a couple of daYs We will on September ]1st have for sale 125 Bushels
a- anti Mrs. Harry Phillips are to purchase the fall goods for his"haberdashery. .
: Mr. -- -- -
,_ hospital in that city. of Onion Sets-the Bermuda and silver Skin. .
I Fearful Odds Him
':. .& Itfl'mDintr'.itb-. )Ir. and Mrs. M. E. _. Against
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Robinson on South Third street. Mr. ann Mrs. R. A. Green who f
,"> Mr. Benjie Weather came up from Such, in brief was the condition ot an
Ocala Store.kI1Wv's
i have been spending the sKimmer at afternoon for brief soldier of J. J. Havens
i 31...... 0oo Zewadaki and Guy the mines Friday a old by name .

Levadrki left Monday for JacksonvIlle Hendersonville, N. C., are now visit- visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Versailles, O. For years he was

at St. Josoeph, Michigan. troubled with Kidney disease and ,r-
and other points. A. Weathers. He returned to Floral
St. Augustine neither doctors nor medicine gave

Mrs. N. Ottensosser and children, City on the midnight train. him releif. At length he tried Electric
Jiln. J. F. Edwards, owner of the
who have been summering at Atlantic Bitters. It put him on his feet in
IallouoehasgonetoHotSprings, Misses Nellie and Sara Frank returned -
Oe City, have returned to their homein short order and now he testifies. "I'mon

Ark, where she will recuperate for a New York, home Friday afternoon. the road to complete recovery."

few, wHks. With their parents they spent some Best on earth for liver and Kidney
__ Mrs E. P. Thagard and children troubles and all forms of Stomach and
L. T. Izlar and grandson time at Hot Sprints and since then
c1 I Major have left Mt. Airy, Ga., and are now Bowel Complaints. Only 50c Guar-,
with in
have been Georgia.
returned home Monday relatives
Carlisle Izlar in St. Augistine where they will remain -. teed by Tydings &Co. Druggist. m

afternoon from a visit to. Blackville, Mr. W. 0. Massey, after an absenceof
< a month or more. Dr. John A, YanValzah, of Daytona
S. C. several months Alabama
visiting ,
Dr. J. C. Boozer is so far on the who resided in Ocala for a short
l J. M. Thompson went up to and other I ,
.i'l .lh$ way to recovery that he was able New YorkBrooklyn places, while winter before last, has just ;
to visit her son, is look-
Jacksonville Monday : returned home Friday and
r' I Thursday to go out to XJapt. Pyles' purchased a very valuable tract of
Dr. Thomas C. Thompson for a few ing kale and hearty.It .
and he expects to recuperate rapidly. land located just opposite Port Orangeon

day*. ______ was Odd Fellows night Fridayand the celebrated. OrmondDaytonabeach
'. 3Ir. and Mrs. D. A. Miller returned
Leavengood, one of our
Emory it too. GrandMaster race course. The tract is
1 a big night was
faithful carrier boys, has gone to Monday from a visit to Mrs. Miller's Ralph, of Palatka, was in at- known as Orita and contains 200 lots.

in Manatee county, mother at Citra, who had been sick
: Palm"ie\ tsndance and a Rebecca lodge was Dr. VanValzah expects very soon

where he will spend the winter. for several days. installed. The interesting ceremon- that Orita will become a popular and

Mrs J.B. Biers and little son, Jack, Mr. L. J. Brumby, Mrs. Brumbj ies took place in Younge's hall. delightful resort."Teething THE "BLAKESLEE"GAS

in Ocala and are and Miss Brumby moved Mondayinto
of Jacksonville, are always soothes and thenIt
Mr. Ernest J. Crook returned home and ENGINES.
Hiers' mother Mrs S. the Pike house, corner Ft. King also cures the baby when GASOLINE
guests of Mrs. Sunday night from a week's visit to All else has failed; and 'tis true Stand Supreme for Simplicity, Durability, Ease

#_ i/ E. Waterman. avenue and Watula street. the great St. Louis exposition.. He It often saves a life for you."Teethina" and Economy of Operation.. ,

cholera-infantnm WHITE-BLAKESLEE MFG. CO.Birmingham, Ala.J. .
s When troubled with constipation try Mrs. A. II. Marsh and young son, stopped over in Jacksonville and and cures counteracts the effectsof P. CAMPBELL, State Representive, ;

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Henry Robinson Marsh, have gone to Palatka on his way home. In the overcomes Ocala, Fla.
the summer's heat, aids eigestion,
take and
t Tablets. They are easy to Jacksonville to visit Mrs. .:Marsh's the latter city he was the guest of regulates the bowels and costs 25c
no griping or other unpleasant -
. ; produce effect. For sale by all druggist x parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Robinson. his brother Mr Herbert Crook. at druggists.


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"< I I \ \ ; r: Chairman TOM TASGART Thomas AT Taggart WORK. has !j e at ?uqr 1 1I .-

I IIEAIIT'BRAtE\ \ j IIRGIG% unno\\ ,
r announced the names of some of

i I IThe .;,i the Among orators them he are will: put in the field. LIKE A SPONGE

John G. Carlisle, William Bryan, $ Some of the most stubborn diseases enter

newspapers report-with comments I !! Judson Harmon, Hoke Smith, Mel- into the system through the pores of the rlcin. 'e rI ,

vile E. Ingalls, General Patrick A. Like a sponge, it absorbs, ooisons of various 7 .

of varying inaccuracy and un-II I II E l 1 Collins, Charles S. Hamlin, Senator kinds, which are taken up by the little blood.i

fairneaa-the burning alive of two ]II I vessels beneath the surface of the body, and
W. Senator John W. Daniel
in Georgia.Many in the north, | i emptied into the great current of the blood
negroes I j W. Bourke Cockran, Chas. A.Towne, The juices of poUon oak and other noxious

filled with a sense of their own virtue 1 ''f ; David B. Hill, Senator E. W. Car- wild plants percolate through the skin like water through a sponge, art
I and comfortably free from any negro j : mack, John Sharp Williams, James taken into the circulation, breaking out afresh each season, and !itigr>
( I unless antidoted and driven of the
problem, denounce as beasts and wild 1, Eckels, Senator William Joel Stone, ing on for years out system.
I Dye Poisoning among the employes of dye houses, and from war.
r men their fellow-citizens in the south- j I I I Benjamin F. Shively, John W. Kern, i
ana 01 c.c urreoctI
JI I ing colored underclothing hosiery, is frequent
ern states. Others in the south apol j jogize j Carter Harrison and Edward M. I and dangerous to health,
F ; too sweepingly for those implicated Shepard. causing boils and sores and
Over fifteen years ago I was yoasea.4 sits N.
r in the burning, exculpating j I "These," Chairman Taggart explained other eruptions.. son Oak. I tried remed after '.121"' '' *::...<.!
t I. : I Workers in lead, brass getting relief. Sores broh out ever mr "r ao4
them too readily. 4n "have volunteered their
tI the llnior of
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mTtongl'e&Leettng faT *
[ The matter is seriooa -serious in I :' services, and they show the character and other metals ars often. on Final*, ooat a year ago my *...er told ti..Wpoisoned
.. by the chemicals try S. S. S., which I did. After takad t& ..
the north as in the south. For this I i of the men who are to take the stump and acids used in polish- bottle all the sores d* app ar. been bothered since, and I fe.t mack tatteb .4 Uing
every intelligent man must know- j for us. We have a long list of volunteers I. and the dust and n.70-M -1r lulible sedieia tr to .*oa M ..4 ***
I ; I plato a Cn-.. I am certain that S. 8. I. wnl Ao.u
s what a man in the south will do at t of the first class. We are going ings settling upon S the skin' that is claimed for it la blaci (tt.......

t man in the north will do under similar : ,to have a great deal of speaking, and and which find their way Danville Ky. OON. O'BKYAH
j L through the pores into the.
; provocations. We have not one breed / the first of it will not begin until blood, followed! by inflammation, swelling; and the most obtiruitr ...r....

t of Americans in the north and another after the middle of September." Blood Poison the vilest of all human dieet it .'l-i i.,:si.

c In the south. The same human I ; Chairman Taggart said yesterday tracted through shaking the hand or handling the clothing or uth,-r .rtl.
t nature controls us: all. I .n : that the committee was preparing to des used by one infected with this dangerou poUon. The dead;;\ \ .rut
; finding its way through the pore i tw
t Victor Hugo said he never heard of i make a strong fight for the west. Mr. and ,.
"r : skin,contaminatesthebleed pr's.:> n
, a crime but he realized that he might i j I I :; < Taggart's attention was called yes- fearful ulcers, eruption and bM' J t .

F k have been capable of committing it at j I .! terday to criticisms of the delay in @ The disease* that eater Uw sy trrn! bv

some moment in hw life. The self- I,I I ...), :., getting the campaign under way. He I tv absorption Of through Be pore Kr are. ,.,':%.M<
righteoo men of the north should i t replied: I -
. '' A on by internal cause, and can ; be
look carefully into their own temper- : k fr "'Iam not prepared to that
. remedies. The : 'I'd
j i 33 I reached by washes, salves, soaps or other external M
t .._ &rnenwbefore condemning the south- i the charge is untrue,and for this rear I must be purified and a healthy circulation established before g?'tH ifI

; rnen in too superior fashipn. i 1 son the republicans held. their convention -: permanently rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon the blood, ridding it
, Can anything be said to excuse the I r3dv 1 ;; nearly a month before ours, and I I,I of the original poison and restoring it to a healthy, oormai condi ion
; i 3 iI iIr S. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable; an unrivaled bkuxl purifier
burning alive of those two negro, Y= i the chairman of the republican national I
r and the best of all tonics. With all impurities removed fr .,n the
criminals at Statesboro No. But, 4I committee was named immedi- !I
from the skin. Write h uid
t blood, the sores and eruptions disappear u% <>
while we may not excuse it, we must I ately. They had a month's start of I I I you desire medical advice or any information about your CAM : this! wilt

Investigate the reasons for it dispas- us. Work, however, is going _, on I cost you nothing. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA
sionately.We I throngh all of the local organizationsin ..

mart remember that the men in the counties and it should not be I -

the crowd surrounding the burning I thought that nothing is being done."
negroes were average men-any crowd i -World.

anywhere in the United States would

duplicate them. We must realize that Ij Avocado Pears. 1A1 PRIZES I Offered For
; 4'l There is a considerable amount of
there are still within us horrible ]
possibilities ________ The Correct Solution
of brutal cruelty. We know interest being taken in the matter of

that only disuse and long freedom avocado pears this year. The gener-

from violence through many generations Willion) Randolph Hearst Not Afraid to Speak(] ality of people are beginning to real- Tropical Manufacturing Co. manufacturersof
ize that there
will wipe out this innate brutal- is quite a variety as to

; ly. We must see to it that the brutal size, shape, color, texture, flavor and thegreat health drink, METTO, will

savage deep down within us u not The Truth) About the South. size of the seed, together with the pay ail; prizes. The contest open to all.

called to the surface. We.mUbt not style of tree and manner of growth:
It's free to You.
judge too haughily those men in the form of friendship, of sympathy, and I savage once more. some trees being of a compact form,

south that struggle to suppress the earnest desire to help, rather than I A great crime is committed against while others have long slender

causes behind the hideous lynching condemn. j I I the state when the murderer butchers j I branches. Some of the fruit have FIRST PRIZE.:

In the men of the south, the men Suppose that in some big city of the his victim. But a greater crimeis very thin green skin, while others area The first one seeding iq the correct answer we will give a

of the north, the east and the west, 'I north there should coma a series of I committed when the civilizingwork rich dark red. The flavor of the beautiful life size picture irj gilt frame erUled "purity"

there'are all the possibilities of the crimes, all committed by negroes. and influences years are deI fruit and'texture .of the meat vary

most hideous cruelty. But we have Suppose that one young girl after an- I! stroj'ed through the work committed widely. This year the besi avocadosare all This and picture contains is symbolical uo dope or harmful of Metto druij the real. health drink whtofc ........

advanced at least to this point, that other were murdered, after being (I''by the mob. bringing tine prices in New York To the. next 5,. . . SI.0lHfc.
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horrid crime horrible horribly maltreated. j The problem' the and when this delicious salad fruit be- quart 11tUO..*ta.
only provocation Suppose children i o( south: is a very u. .
I I), : 12"int 3Isttn ........
can arouse within us the latent ; were butchered and then burned. great one and the northern attitude comes thoroughly known and appreciated "u 70, . .1 .\lerto ticket ........

brutality of the savage. Suppose that the husband, going to I should be one of suspended judgment in the northern cities, the de- .. .

There will be no burning alive of negroes rescue his wife were knocked on the and sympathetic co-operation. mand will far exceed the supply as it I l'*.......?.........You

the moment that the negro head like a dog.! Then suppose that: There is no power that will hold is grown in few places in the United Pc-t'pIt" .......Know a Good........Wheu They..............It AH. .. > .

ceases to commit the crimes that the whites in that northern section 'back savage human hatred in the face States and not very extensively: in the liters of. . .......In. . .Good..t-luuruer. .......

madden and make wild beasts of the lived surrounded by millions of of a certain provocation, and harsh West Indies. It is being planted C. J

lower types among whom they live. negroes, and filled with a constant criticism:: least of all. .more generally now and more attention in the blank space, the wholeto 1 I Nametnd .........._.__....i>..,_ .. .. ?

Certainly an appeal should be madeto dread of worse outbreaks. Is it quite !I How did our revolutionary ances- is being paid to its cultivationand make an appropriate seuteuteuce -

the nobler sentiments of the southern certain that the northern community I j j *tors, whom we call heroes, treat the to the prpearation of the best mail to advertising theTropical }letto I I P.O........ ......_.. . .. .. ., .. ?

r mob-and that appeal is made would be calm and judicial and always .,.J I ]Indians whose savagry filled them varieties. Dade county should makea Mfg. Co. I! County . .. ..tatr. ........... .
; every day by the best and strongestin listen to the voice of the law? I with anxiety? They hunted and strenuous effort to develop this Jacksonville. Florida. i

the south. The own brother of The worst thing about these burn- 1 I murdered them like wolves and weasel most unusualnutritious and delightfulfruit Remember the first 101 correct
answers received j et the |*rt... $eeul IB
the murdered man, Hodges, a clergyman ings, these illegal killings, whether ;. And have you forgotten the and thus add another source of your answers at once to the.

implored the crowd to refrain they take place in the north or in the mobs of our noble early times capa- income to her already long list of

from violence and let the law take its south, is the dreadful effect upon the ble of enjoying the punishment of specialties.-Miami News. TROPICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY

course. He acted nobly. And thou- minds of the lynchers themselves witches or driving defenseless women 14 W. Adonis St.
What is Life Jo: sonvllle Floe
sands of splendid men in the south, especially upon the children.It naked through the streets of New .

whose provocations and difficulties has taken thousands of )'ears'' England towns? In the last analysis nobody knows,

t we little understand, act nobly in I for men to raise from utter savageryto Let us remember our own crimes, but we do know that it is under strict tt-..-...tas9
law. Abuse that law even slightly, .et.tf.0t 11 _
fighting the tendency to ]lynch law. comparative! civilization. It takes our draft riots, our race outrages, pain results. Irregular
But to understand based on nothing at all,. rather than living means I 611 Goods Delivered
conditions there, but very few years or only a few derangement of the organs, resulting free. Write fcr Price List, I

it is well to transport ourselves in imagination weeks::-for the civilized veneer to of exploit the southerner's our superior virtues in the face in Constipation, Headache or Liver

to the scene of the crime I stupendous dif- j trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills : a
come off -for the man to become the ficulties.-New York American. I
both before and after its commission. quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, .
-- yet thorugh. Only 25c at Tydings & s
Look at the family group-the ne- Manatee I r
at Work. A Human Brute. Co. Drug Store. m : .
groes murdered by the mob confessing -
At a meeting held last week by the William Stevens, white who lives :

t that they had murdered and burn- board of trade, the president, Col. near Whittier, was placed under bond A New PairIf : t .e
ed all of the family-the father, the $ :
John A. Graham, appointed George, by Judge Johnson last Tuesday to ;

virtuous mother hideously maltreated, Riggin, H. V. Coarsey and A. F. await the further action of the courts They Do Not W +t 3y I
the little baby in arms and the other ', -ar.
Waymar as a committee to look after : to answer a charge of assault and I
two little children. I
a proper exhibit at the South Florida 11 i: batten preferr .1 against him by his 50 t I
There was the little girl six years I I I $ .
Fair to be held in Tampa in Nbvem-| wife, who a1.'t'* that he recentlytied
old, who saw the father murdered, j | 10= .
ber. Other boards of trade in the her to a tress and administered a I
and then pitifully held up a penny tone Hill --
county are requested to appoint sim- severe flogging 11 her with branchesof buy I t = --A.
of the murdered ,
negroes, begginghim a pair
iliar committees to act in conjunctionwith | a mulberry tree. A grown son 0 P
to take the penny and not hurt --1 .
this one. Now let every persongive I who interceded for his mother was
her. Her brains were knocked out ) *
all aid possible to this committeeand : also tied up by his father and punish-
and she thrown into the fire. It is i Women'sShoes s _- -p; i .
thus insure a splendid exhibit ed in the same manner. Stevens did (
well to know these things, to remem- -oPvJlr : .. .
Manatee county.-Braidentown 1 I not evade arrest but came to town *
ber that an eloquent orator remindedthe s
Herald. and 2 :
I: surrendered when he learned as -
lynching mob of that little girl' Among the prominent citizens of i that a warrant had been asked as a \ Made by Dixie Girls '

appeal when the negroes pleaded for I! result of the unpleasantness.-Kissim- s r.r. = .
mercy., the county who were in the city : mee Valley-Gazette. i i I BEST SHOE ON .. .
Saturday were Messrs.:: John T. I ___ EARTH FOR .
The south is struggling Bucklen's Arnica Salve. PRICE s 01.1 Rure .
manfullywith Fr Ctrn
Lewis, Moss ; .oo.
Bluff Thomas Eal Old .
; : Has world-wide fame for marvelous C !ru $2 51). "R trier" 'IlI1l"f R v :t1.f)41. "fIUllt.,1I 1 obey .
a problem, I Rye .
struggling against Prichett, Candler; J. K. Priest, efi0 to 310) .1.00. Apply and 1't"iU.tJ i MnatHlM.
odHs and especially against the cures. It surpasses any other O lientnky Pride 3.20. tlnwrneI ltye .."! (I_
Daisy; D. Hunt, Martin: A. B. 31or- salve, lotion, ointment or balm for y s .bend Postoffice'or Express Storey Order .
cal, superior criticism of gan, Early, Bird; D. R.: Mixson, Cuts, Corns, Burns, Boiles, Sores,

the nor !.'... If we can" help the south.. 'Flemington, W. J. Folks, Juliette. I Felons, Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum, BOWEN .
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in the gre' t problem we should do so. Fever Eruption sores infallible, Chapped for Hands, Skin Any size or style sent on receipt of I & COMPANY ;
; Piles. Cure
But any advice we may give, any suggestion (i OT'h'i I J 'r.t n I price, ..
\ guaranteed. Only 25c at Tydings & tO
we nay offer, must take the i Curt:. 'rt., &3 f'lJCUZ11cnl3 !Co. Druggist. m THE RACKET. COMPANY.The E. BAY 8T.. JMKHOM'JLLE. FLA :
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USA SLIZiSZTH HASSIS, Local Editor 1 I Miss Ford Entertains. In Compliment to Mrs. R. A. Burford. The Ocala Man in the Metropolis. ""t1g! ; ,> "" r"--''' >!!:! _

Miss Emily Ford entertained the Yesterday afternoon at the residence Ocala people seem to happen to r'ii1f '

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Good Time Summer Club and a few i of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Wiley, hard luck in Jacksonville.At rJi
Every Day
other friends on Friday evening on College avenue, Mrs. 0. C. Wiley, the time of the Carnival last

Mrs. F. H. Pashley, of Cornell, especially in compliment to Miss Mrs. J. B,Wiley,. Mrs. H. D. Boyd, year the pocket of the editor of this j They Are '

spent yesterday in Ocala. Lucile Ansley, of Thomasville, Ga., jr., and Mrs. W. W. Haralson enter- paper was rifled during street car }

who is the guest of Miss Violet Har- tained in compliment to their sister, 1 jam and he is still lamenting his loss.

Mr. Horace Marsh, of Savannah, is ris. Mrs. Robert A. Burford of Ocala, Some days ago another Ocala man | Arriving 8fj

In the city.A ,Another attractive young visiting I by the name of Callen was taken in I AWe
son girl present was Miss Lydia Barrs, of home was very attractive in its I by crooks and relieved of one thous- {
little has arrived at the refer to the immense line of new and seasonable
of Jacksonville, who is visiting Mrs.F. adornments for the occasion. Pot and dollars in hard cash.
home of Jailor Charles Smith. | goods recently purchased in the eastern markets. Our line

I L. .Watson. flowers were used in profusion.In And here is another hard luck story of Men's Furnishings must be seen to be 'appreciated.

)Mallory Liddon is up from his Miss Ford's other guests were the receiving parly stood Mrs. 0. which we clip from the TimesUnionof |1 Come and see us. ( i

turpentine farm at Parrish fora- few I Misses Ethel Robinson, Mary Little, C. Wiley :Mrs.: R. A'Burford, Mrs.J.B. Tuesday:

day's \;slt.Ir. ." Edith Piatt, Johnnie Liddon. Sara !I I, .. Wiley, Mrs. Bridgewater, Mrs. C. 0. Driskell, a citizen of Ocala,
I Chambers Shoe
and Violet Harris, MetxJewett, Eula- James Murphree, Mrs. W. W. Haralsan arrived in Jacksonville Sunday. He | Y Company,
:\ Hal Q. Eagleton, of Tampa, is I
lee and Eloyse Izlar, Sue Barco, Miss Wright, Mrs. H. D. Boyd, i had with him two grips which | OPERA HOUSE BLOCK OCALA, FLORIOA1j
in the city oc a business visit for a
Messrs. S. E. Hiller, C. L. Anderson, jr., and Miss Allen. I were rather heavy. A mulatto ran
few days. I I !:T !iW:_gETEif3iifLH--5ni53inQi.r-i'i! SrfyBC! L.J"1i
J. H. Taylor, M. J. Roess, T. H. Harris Mrs. L. D. Gardner in gracious and up and offered to carry them for him
William J. Edwards has '
Mayor Harvey Clark, 0. B. Howse, H. !I charming manner conducted the for a certain piece of money. The .... ,. .................
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.1 been sending a couple of days in A. Daniel, W. D. Taylor, Sandford guests into the dining room, where bargain was made and }jr. Driskell :

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Jacksonville.- -- Jewett, J. H. Mathews, G. H. Ford, delicious punch was .served by Miss walked off with the boy close to his r"r.
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Next Monday Labor Day-all the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp. Celestre Darby, Mrs Edgar McBryde I II heels. :

banks of the city and the post office Progressive whist was played on Wright and Mrs. Robt. Murphree.The When some distance up Bay street j j To Buy -Millinery .."

, will be closed. the veranda until nearly 9 eleven' J punch table was exquisite with I' he turned to see how the boy was For Stylish Women! """

- o'clock and then refreshments were I its handsome :Mexican: drawn work getting along with the grips, but he t
Mrs. Dr. Sylvester, of Jacksonville,
served.As y centerpiece and rich cut glass set. was nowhere to be found. After a : rvrrry.nr.rrvrvvrvvrrvvv.vvrvwvrvvrrrv .rrrvvt.
is in the city on a visit to her son, I I
the guest of honor Miss Ansleywas Clematis was used as a beautiful diligent search for some time, Mr.
Mr. J. W. Sylvester. I I wish to announce to the ladies of Ocala and surrounding
i given two very pretty silver hat decoration, while ribbons of green i Driskell reported the matter to the .
: towns that I leave in a few days for the markets of the
. Hon. W. Fulton and Sheriff W. pins. Miss Jewett won the first prize, extended from the table corners to I police department for further inves-
: north and east to attend the openings of the large wholesale
E. Law, of Brooksville were visitorsto a silver hat brush and the gentle the suspended incandescent light. I tigation. _
r I i millinery establishments. I propose to show on my return
Ocala yesterday. men's first prize, a copy of Kipling's, I The game of the occasion was MisfortuneCol.
';. Col. Beaty's 1- one of the most extensive lines of millinery ever shown In
"Five Nations" was awarded to Mr. whist dominoes five
. games being
l Mrs. 0. W. Reagan Mrs. Tom John Beaty of Bartow, has this section, and solicit the continuance of the patronage oft
Anderson. Miss Eulalee Izlar received played. At the conclusion of thegames
Johnson and baby have gone to Sea- just been overtaken by another mis- : those.who have bought from me before as well as others who
the a lovely little salad and
booby refreshing course
= breeze to spend a few weeks. fortune. Several days ago almost are in search of HIGH GRADE UP-TO-DATE M
Japanese picture and Mr. Hiller was creams and cakes were served.
the entire plant of the Green Bay j I
"' small watch, with the inscription ,I The occasion indeed of
Miss Leila Barnes returned from a given a was one Phosphate Company, owned by Col. :ERY'I

t week's pleasant visit to her sister, "something to hurry you i genuine pleasure, for most charming Beaty waswrecked by the explosionof MRS. MINNIE BOSTICK I

Mrs. Earl Pearson, at Holder. up" for having lost the greatest num- I) and congenial ladies are the hostesses an immense boiler. Three men
ber of games. ,I I and the honoree.-Troy, (Ala.) Messenger killed} the q j. c
Miss Emma Smith, after a short I were instantly by explo- : South St. Ocala, Flafrvn .
After refreshments were enjoyed I I Aug 23. sion, their bodies being literally torn i
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visit in Ocala with friends, has re- I ;
Miss Ford and her guests were invited -
turned to her home in Sarasota.Mrs. over to the home of Mr. and JMrs. I Mrs. Russel) Adjudged Insane I to pieces and two men were severlyv ft : - ::: :::: :: '

until \ unded. Pieces of the boiler were
Camp, where dancing enjoyed !I :Mrs.: Andrew Russell, of this city, -
C. H. Davis, of Manatee, has past the midnight hour. h-t-ied in every direction and in a few
I| who has beenmnder treatment at the .
returned home after a couple day's The entire evening was very delightful S- (':-.nds the air was filled with fragm -
and it is mat- !| Alica Hospital in St. Augustine for
visit in Ocala with Mrg. R. G. Blake. every way a .;/s of the humarttbodies and bits B. PARKER
ter of.much,regret to the young folks i! several weeks has been adjudged insane says:
of boiler.
Mrs. Herbert Crook, of Palatka, is that this will be the last meeting of I and will be sent to Chattahooo- the "I Read the NEW YORK WORLD "
the club this season.In The damage to the plant .is heavy. Every,Day.
I in Ocala on a visit to her sisters, i chee for treatment.Mr. .
i .
Mrs. J. W. Sanders and Mrs. Albert Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. ,! Russell is bookeeper for the i I "Pilgrim P/lavers." ,I THE WORLD Eluted Cleveland. Bryan on THE WORLD. '

lerig.; Cholera and Diarrahce Remedy. Tea Pot Grocery and on Friday was 'I The following items are taken from "It may be said without reservation "THE WORLD rem dvriny eta

"Allow me to give you a few wordsin telegraphed to come to St. Augustine Column"of that if the Democratic party in my last tventy years considered itJ a
Miss Lucile Lancaster left yesterday the"County Correspondence party paper. nkcd to
II first campaign had lacked the tprttd
of Chamberlain's Colic, forceful
Ga. where she will praise to see his wife. He had no idea as to I" one of our exchanges: ; and truly Democratic principle* and Inly
for Atlanta, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," potent advocacy of Democraticprinciples Democratic ideas,and tt hat done to
the nature of her illness and at that time the FEW and bill do with .
have her eyes treated by Dr. Calhoun Mr. John Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, hopes Sum parts of our cummunity wuz by so entire t4fpnjenes
says of bosses, Machines
YORK and
WORLD the result TIl M p'atform -
Texas. "I suffered one week with that her insanity will only be tempo visited last.weak by showers of rane. ; hate. been. reversed."Grower Cleveland's ,following only tAe dictates>f ,{,1
and took all kinds of she of A good meny air busy now cutting \ consnenec."- bowel trouble rary as was a very nervous Letter,to The World, liar 10
Mrs. Knox, of Micanopy, stopped by William J. Bryan in the l'O\1l.
: medicines without getting relief when, temperament. and saving hay. 1903. moner, July 1103. t,
over in Ocala yesterday on her way my friend Mr. C. Johnson, a mer- Sum air picking there cotton. II f- ,J---- _. .
Russell returned home
> Tuesday
to Hillsboro county for a visit to her t chant here, advised me to take this I am very sory to say a good menyof THE WORLD IN THIS

son, Wm. Knox. remedy. After taking one dose I felt afternoon. His friends sympathisewith our Sunday skule members Mere PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
him in his trouble and certainly i I abcent Sunday. !
-- relieved and when I had taken
McDavid left yesterdayfor greatly Frank Anderson left hear one day I Send $1 to the N. Y. WORLD and you will receive
Mrs. H. I
: I the third dose was entirely cured. trust that Mrs.I Russell will soon be
a visit to Jacksonville, St. Au- thank you from the botton of my restored to good health. I last week for Slabville so the riter I THE WORLD every week day for FOUR MONTHS

gubtine and Umatilla. She will be heart for putting this great remedyin I --- understands. -- I II I from the day your subscription is received, including

absent several weeks. the hands mankind.." For sale I II Abscess. Given Up To Die. I every day of the Presidential Campaign. The regular wet

I by All Druggist. m i W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., B. 12W N. Virginia St.,
of the Daily World four months is $2.00.
Messrs. L. B. Sanders, of Broooks- I writes Aug. 15, 190: "I want to saya Evansville. Ind., writes: "For over I _..
Supreme Court Decisions --- --- -- ------- -- -
ville and Robert Sanders, of Dun- word of praise for Ballard's Snow five I was troubled with kidney
nellon, are guest of their sisters, rs. The supreme cou r.. recently handed Liniment. I stepped on a nail, which I and years bladder affections which causedme i BOTH SIDES( OFTHE GREAT POLITICAL BATTLE ML'Y; ASD FAIRLY Gl"E5

down two decisions \\"hichill be of caused the cords in my legs to contract much pain andworry. I had three '
Blake aed Mrs :Martin.: FIRST NEWS! BEST NEWS !
interest to the readers of this paper. and an abscess to rise in my of the best physicians who did

Mclver and children, knee, and the doctor told me that I and I ._.
Mn D. E. One is entitled Heny W. Long, Edd.L. me no good was practically -----
would have a stiff leg, so one day I
who have spent the summer with, Wartmann, F. S. Lucius, '. A..! given up to die Foley's Kidney I THE WORLD as the "Chief Champion In America of Democratic Ideas" win bt
went to J. F. Loyd's drug storewhoin
Dr. McIntosh I Cure was recommended and the first i t5e most interesting; newspaper in the country in this Presidential cam
father, I .
Mrs.McIver's) Fort and John L. Edwards as county now in Denver, Colo.) He recommended bottle gave me first relief, and after paign....

at Hickory, N. C., are at home again. commissioners of Marion county :I bottle of Snow Liniment; I the second bottle I was entirely I It already has a much larger daily circulation than :any other morning ne*:.

Florida, appellants, vs. Herbert L. i got a 50e.size, and it cured my leg. cured." For sale by Post Office I paper in Ameri.1. '
Miss '
1 Mrs. T. C. Hall and daughter, I i It is the best Liniment in the world. 11 I
Anderson, as trustee for Elizabeth B. Drug Store. inBorn We are beginning a campaign that promises to be memorable in hhtory. By
Deulah hail who have been spend- Abscesses, with few exceptions, are \
i single act of inspired the Democratic leader has restored his Ur
Anderson et al] Shakle-i s courage party to >
ing the summer at Waynesville, N. indicative of consumption or debility. I old place as the instrument of enlightened reform, sane and practical Kberaiitn

C., returned home yesterday after ford, j. Decree reversed. i They may however result from ToIr.and Mrs. C. T. Strickland at clear-headed: progressiveness and constitutional governmentWhile
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W. K. Zewadski, for appellants; blows or from foreign bodies, introduced their home in "Waycross Wednesday I the question of the standard of value remained an issue all other tops:

noon.colonellIib'bert II. L. Anderson for appellees. !I into the the skin or flesh, such son.Irs.:: Sticklandwas I were submerged and the Democracy coi:3 not play its historical part In tIt
arrived t I. night, a
Masters The other case is entitled Philadel- as splinters, thorns, etc.-Sold by absence of that: restraining force the Republican: party has rioted in imperialism, ,
in the city yesterday from New York ; Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m formerly Miss Flossie Dukes, of centralization: militarism extravagance and privileged injustice. Now the time hn :
Insurance Company
and is registered at the Club House. I I phia Underwriters Ocala, and her friends here will learn come when it, can- be called to account. ';Once more a party wisely, travH: ) a

remain for some II I I of North America and Fire In- Died. with interest of the litte arrival. honestly led can raise with hopefulness Tilden's old war cry, "Turn the rasa .
He will probably surance Association, of Philadelphia, At the residence of Mr. S. G. Morgan out I"

weeks. corporations under, the laws of Pennsylvania Monday at 3:30 p. m., :Mrs.: E. I The fire alarm sounded :yesterday The Democracy is ready to correct the abuses of a monopoly-breeding tar -

Mrs. J.1.. Thompson, and Mrs. plaintiff s in error, vs. MaryB. 't I A. Nicoll, sister of Mrs. S. G. Mor about one o'clock and the fire was to promote trade with our neighbors in Canada to cut short the insane rivalry
with the military powers of Europe in armaments made needless by three thousju.i
who rooms atMrs. Thomp- discovered to be the residence of Mr.
G. !
Bigelow and her husband, A. I gan. miles of ocean, to substitute the reign of !caw for the personal caprice of ta i/bi
son's, returned home yesterday after- Bigelow, defendants in error, Marion Mrs. Xicoll was from Delray, on Ncholls at the foot of Lime street. tray ruler to restore economy and integrity in government to bring arrogant

wrnoon from a brief visit to Jack- county. Whitfield, J. the east coast, and had been visitingin The roof of the house was burned off combinations of capital under legal restraint and tor discourage the permanent a-

sonville.Mr. Order granting new trial reversed. Ocala about two months. and the damage to the house and climatintion of the American fiag in any cponiry in which the Declaration of Independence -
is a seditious document To fee attainment of these ends The WorU
funeral take from the several hun-
The place furniture amounted to
and Cockrell & Sons for
and Mrs. Vernon Clyatt A. W. plaintiffsin pkdges all its energies.
residence next door to the Episcopal dollars with insurance.Mrs. .
dred no
and R. L. Anderson for de-
home yesterdayfromBryson
little son arrived error To encourage the prompt formation of elubi for the raapalfapecial

City, N. C., where they fendants in error. I' church Wednesday at 4 o'clock, Rev. Koonce, of Sumterville. '> eommlMloa of :O per eent. will be allowed to a*eat*
H. W. Little officiating, the remains or parties forming club of tea or more im any (own.Am .
.. have been for a couple of months. House Party at the Lake. mother of Hon. J. C. B. Koonce, is active meat wasted fa every election district Writ tea
rest in Greenwood
laid to
}_ They had a most delightful summer Yesterday afternoon a jolly partyof in the city and is stopping with her particular Sample copies aappUed free MK application.Everr .
and are in perfect health. young ladies went down to East daughter-in-law. She came up to abaeription win be (or tie DAILY tforaJa .World 4nFOCn
Nicoll was in the 75th year of moatba from the dote tt.fetdaa TtO* oSer tartar ttfaljnbaeribera
Lake Weir to enjoy a few days out- bone fellon treat-
have a very severe ytfftf-
is in
of ,
J. Knight her
Mrs: L. the' ing .on the waters of that popularlake. age. ed. We reget to know that the injured 'MT Building, New York.The .

the city, having stopped over as They will be domiciled during Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's finger is giving the lady much

guest of Mrs. J.W. McCollum for a their stay at Blair Villa and are chap- Cough Remedy.I pain. -

couple of'days while en route home have sold Chamberlain's Cough Ocala Weekly Banner, i yr
eroned by :Mrs. Frank Harris. They and Musical ,
than The Juvenile Literary
for twenty
visit to relatives at QuitmanandBainbridgeGa.aainesviUe Remedy more years I.
from a Sun. will be joined on Saturday by a number I and it has given entire satisfaction. club held a very interesting meeting I

of the young gentlemen and theyare I have sold a pile or it and can re- with Miss Elizabeth Newsome yester- and The New York World W Z11

Misses Lillian and Lois Wright ofMaconIOa. all going to have a great big commend it highly.-JoSEPH Mc- day afternoon.

) who have been visitingtheirgrandfatherGen. time. ELHETEY, Linton, Iowa. Youwill

.Robt.Bullock, In the party are Misses Eulalee find troubled this remedy with a a cough good friend or cold.when It Miss Abbie Lee Eichelberger, of Columbia for 4 months, Only ,$1.85

returned home yesterday. Mrs. and Eloyse Izlar Johnnie Liddon, always affords quick relief and is Tenn., is the guest of_ her

Wright will remain in Ocala about a Ethel Robinson, Lucile Ansley and pleasant to take. For sale by All. cousin,Miss Barnes at the Club House I Address BANNER, Ocala, Fla.

Violet Harris. Druggist. m for a.few weeks.
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t'-:. THE OCALA BANNEY3'Z R WHO IS RUSS -f OREITPROFITIN Git6PEFliUIT If the fruitgrowers of south Florida Dec. -14, 1S19, is of Indian origin

|I will take this matter up and engage I and signifies "here we rest." Young Plants

This question is asked by the Jack-* ,I in the culture in a businesslike Missouri, admitted to the Union
EA2SI3, t ii'r. Retail for 20 Cents Apiece and Wholesale
sonville Industrial Record and it answers : way they will make enormous profits August 10, 1521, is: named from the
Y. 7 LiT2, 2sise. Ya: seFk from 55 to S per Box. farmer knows that <-
( it by saying that he is a "man f for their outlay in time and money. river, Missouri, which means, "muddy Every
This delicious fruit retailed in Tam- some better than
who has never contributed one dollarto j Some of them have begun to realize water."

> the prosperity and happiness of pa as it did in Ocala and other placesfor this fact, and in many localities near Arkansas, made a state in' June, others. Soil may be the same
i and seed seem the
k our people; a man who has lived in 20 cents apiece, and in New York j Tampa, especially' in the Manatee, 1536, took its name from a tribe of may same
but some plants are weak and
nail the larger towns in the state and and other northern markets of course f. large tracts are being put in grape Indians now extinct.
others strong.
whose has fruit. There is still room for expansion Michigan, admitted to the Union
name not found its placeon for a much ereater price. .j And that's' the
. the tax-rolls of any county in I The -magnificent pnce obtained forseveral however as this can easily be- : Jan. 26, 1537, is an Indian name mean-I children. are like way
tr which he has called "home. seasons past led the Tampa J come one of our leading industries. ing "great lake." plants. Same food same young home

We modestly protest that this pen Times to say some issues ago that Grapefruit should be budded stockto Florida, which became a state March but ,
same care some
f p picture is not altogether correctitis while the fruit was scarce and commanded j secure the best results,and may be 3, 134-5, is a Spanish word which and strong while others grow big

just a little highly colored and a fancy price it is apparentto planted at about the same distanceas means "blooming." small and weak. stay

MOTTO: THE BASNET BELIEVING overdrawn.Mr. everyone who has made it the sub- oranges, about 100 tress to the Iowa was admitted to the Union Scott's Emulsion offers

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO Russ once owned an orange ject of investigation that there are acre. These trees will in four or five Dec. 28, 1846. and its name, of Indian out of the an

TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HA3TAKEN grove in Marion county and we do excellent profits awaiting those who years be bearing fruit, and at the age origin, signifies "drowsy ones." easy way weakness often difficulty.ChIld .

ITS 8TA.VD IS THE BARRIer not believe that it could have escapedthe will put the growing of grapefruitupon of eight of ten years will produce Wisconsin became a state May 29, means
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE f starvation, not because of lack
vigilant eye of our tax assessor excellent crops. A grapefruit tree In 1J4S, and the nome is derived from
solid buisness is
a basis. It true
-t AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOB j of food, but because the food
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THEBOTTOM but suppose it be true that he has I that increa ting attention is being paidto good condition may be reasonably its principal river,meaning"the gathering loes not feed.

t never paid any taxes does it follow it, but there is still a vast de- expected to average five or six boxes of the waters." Scott's Emulsion really feeds

that he has added nothing to the mand to be satisfied and our growers per year, and these should bring $-5 Minnesota,admitted to the Union and givesthe child

FRIDAY, AUGUST, 26, 1901. or d a box, so that a of an acre Feb. 14 growing
wealth and happiness of the peopleof will find that whatever they put in grove 1859, and is said to derive its strength.

Florida? in extent should bring in from $2,000to name from the.AIinnesota
grapefruit will come back to them river, which Whatever the cause of we.k.
Fy ty, Sam Russ, We have understood that Oliver with interest. $3.t): ) a year gross profits. The means "coludy water." and failure
ness to
How could thus grow-
you Goldsmith, and Dr. Samuel Johnson, Until eight or ten years ago, the grapefruit ri'h1yrep3 special care Oregon was admitted to the Union Scott's Emulsion
You of all the old timers- seems :o find
Make such a fuss ,I and even John Milton and William grapefruit was comparatively unknown and attention, and the grower who Feb. 14, 1859, and is said to derive its it and set the matter right.Send .

And raise a muss Shakespeare, who,while no,escapingthe throughout the United States. especially cherishes his trees will be name from the Spanish oregano (wild for free&arapl

Among the turpentiners! bailiffs, sheriffs, landlords and Although the orange was sold far. rewarded with fancy fruit which will marjoram) abundant on its coast. Scott & Bowne joe. and Chemists ft GO;,all coq.Pear SL,Ntw York

-. -Floridian. tailors, were engaged in embellishingthe and wide and justly esteemed by all always bring their own price in the Kansas, admitted to the Union Jan. --
English language, and while they northern markets. State Senator C.1.. Brown, who
classes for its excellence great 29,1S61, is also an Indian
the fiscal superior as name which
During past year Tampa did not make their country rich was one of the defeated candidate
spent on buildings 659,319.re through.. the medium of the tax-office. a fruit the grapefruit was almost un- f I means "smoky water."
What the Names of Our States Mean. for governor in the May primary, DM
distributed blessings upon the human known outside of Florida where, Nebraska became a state March 1,
Judge A. C. Peckham, Waldo's oldest race that has made the world j however, it has always been appreciated Vermont the first state admitted 1567, And its name signifies "water announced his intention to move from

citizen, died on the 26th of Aug. their debtor. under the vallef. Ocala to Miami. This decision on th*
enjoyed. Winter visitors constitution on March 4, ,
Sam Russ belongs to the common-- I part of Senator Brown will render it
l came to Florida and learned to enjoy 191. is >o called from its principal Colorado was admitted to the Union
wealth of letters and in .
The New York Evening Post is enriching our for the that
this luscious fruit. its of mountains, from the French July and j necessary powers be to
literature and enlarging its vocabulary They spread range 1,1S76, therefore is knownas I
counting eggs early-it has alreadyDelected { another the
put name on tkk t to be
is bestowing a genuine blessing fame abroad. An awakening ensued recd green) and mOD (mountain). the "centennial state."
a cabinet for Judge Parker.I .
upon those who are fortunate enoughto and voted for next; November or the governor
a few years more the grapefruit Kentnckadmitted to the Union I
I read what he writes.
Iff. Abe Zacharias, who was once a If Sam Russ is the author of the was eagerly sought and Is rapidly be- June 1, 1792, "signifies dark and A Big Plum for Jacksonville.It for the will have to appoint a senator
clothing merchant in Ocala, died last item about our"turpentine industry," coming a fad among the wealthy and bloody ground. It had its origin in is rumored that the railroad Gainesville Star.senatorial df u4et.

Saturday at his home in Jacksonville. over the signature of "Lobbyist," aristocratic classes, and all, indeed, the fierce conflicts between the whites shops of the Atlantic Coast Line

which recently appeared in the Pen- who were able to pay the price. It and the Indians. railway now located at High Springs, Bro. Setzer's raps at his contemporaries
Nothing which has everllived is sacola Journal, we say distinctly and was found that the Tennessee became state '
grapefruit eaten a June 1, Waycross and Sandford, are all to be are sometimes as severe as thehornet's
lost, nothing is useless; not a sigh, a emphatically that wedo not agreewith
before breakfast 1796 ands.
would purify and named from its principal moved to Jacksonville.
him either in his premises or sting.and when in his happkt
joy, or sorrow which has not servedits tone the system for a whole day and river, the Tennessee, which means
believe in showing its moods he soars like the eagle on wings

purpose. fallacy in the manner and after the. that properly served it became a the "river with the great bend." Bigger than Ever. of fancy to the very [cicada, so it

Daring July 12.4SS.133 feet of lam style of the Hon. C. M. Brown. most delicious dessert. For women it Ohio, admitted to statehood Feb. The Riddell Carnival company, seems appropriate that he tboaki
Air. Brown's letter was strong and has been discovered that the 19, 1S03, was called from the river which had
ber, 49,460 cross ties and 21,5550 casks in every way conclusive without once grape- of an attractive street showin name one of his newspapers the Eagle

of turpentine was shippsd: from the being personal.Abuse fruit has tonic,strengthening and medicinal that name, signifying the "beautiful Ocala last winter, will be with us and the other the Horat. Sue

port of Fernandina. is har dly legitimate in pres- qualities far surpassing peruna river." again in December bigger than ever. J I cess to both publications.

'. ent day journalism.The or other much advertised patent med Louisiana was admitted to the

I David Bennett Hill is late discovering Commoner on Mr. Bryau's Position I icines. The demand for grapefruit is Union April 30, 1512, and was namedin --

that Roosevelt is a "fraud." HIs I increasing with E"eryear and todaywe honor of Louis XIV., King of iii a.VUP.Il -- .r .;;;:: _

four years late in getting his political Some of the eastern democrats and would easily market at good France.

lenses properly adjusted. some of the populists have criticisedMr. prices several times the number of Indiana, made a state Dec. 11, 1816,

Bryan's statement giving his fruit that we are raising. derived its name from the word
The nicest man on the Florida press, I II Jihe
perhaps, is Frank Mayes of the Pen- I reasons for supporting Judge Parker. In New York grapefruit bring from "Indian." Preserva1ion

feacola Journal, and yet the Gainesville The eastern democrats find fault be- 5 to ;3 per box; according to their 3Ii3i: sippi, admitted to the Union

Star editor refers to him "as a cause the support is given without I quality and the state of the marketat Dec. 1517, is named from the 3Iissifcsipw -

long eared animal." endorsing the methods employed to \ the time they are shipped. The river the "Great Father of

secure the nomination and without price very seldom falls below and Water I
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holding out hope of economic reform. generally neighborhood of to the Union Dec. .;..- :;,;;.;;. I
York World, is writing those lettersto The criticism is not valid. )Ir. Bryan 5 S for good choice fruit. The fruit 3, 1511, was so called from its principal -

Roosevelt he ought to rememberthat owes a duty to the loyal democratsof runs from thirty-six to seventytwoin river meaning "river of men." f J

he helped $o put Roosevelt 1S96 and 1900 as a box, and as the larger and finer Alabama, which became a. state OF YOUR STOMACH f
where he is.
well fruit bring more box and .
as to the organization per pack - -- -
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and he could smaller numbers per box,our choicest YOU USE STIMULANTS
Florida has had an abundant rain
tf; not help the ticket specimens bring almost incredible .
crop this summer and has no kick to
by pretending to be prices. This is the case only for the HAIR *
register in that direction. The rains t
delighted with the product of the Florida groves as the
i temper the atmosphere: and make
nomination, neither California grapefruit is not highly es- I Demands "
living not.only tolerable but exceptat a high stan-
could he help the ticked by trying to teemed, is difficult to market, andis
rare intervals delightful.
_._ deceive those who have trusted him. in everyway inferior to the Florida .
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It groweth late, it groweth late, the He can do the most good and render fruit.It GROWTHPromoted 'dard of Whisky. X :C

ice cream plate-0, lay it by, lay it the best service to the ticket by- is difficult to believe some of the

by, come, lay it by. 'Tis time to roys- pointing out that in spite of all hey stories which are told of products The Strauss brands of

ter on the succulent oyster, minced himself has said-in spite of )jail made upon one or two grapefruittrees

'., pickles and chicken pie.-From Songsof one else can say-it is better to sup- for indeed some of the amounts '

the Church Social. port the ticket than to assist in the mentioned as the profit upon one tree I I Whiskies will help you

election of President Roosevelt. He seem almost fabulous. There is one I r

Editor George W. Wilson of the has instance, however, which to do
given reasons that"seem to him i occurredin it and
Ti s.Union is in Chicago save
selecting sufficient and satisfactory, and he Polk county which is well authen- you

attractions for the Jacksonville car- hopes to be able to give additional ticated and will furnish an adequate

nival. He has a quick eye for the reasons after Judge Parker's letter of idea of what can be done in the money, None better

beautiful, picturesque, marvelous and ,
: acceptance appears. The good effect grapefruit line. A gentleman vho

catchy, and some genuinely unique I I of Mr. Bryan's statement is already had a small orange grove had icjit

and superior productions may be ex apparent. Many have announced three old grapefruit trees, to which I "NEVER POUR

: pected. I their intention to support the ticket he never took the trouble to market. BUT

'4 The Times-Union's booth at St. who before were in despair. They Learning that grapefruit were becom- I THEY REIGN. "

Louis is now being visited by thou- see now that they can support the ing valuable, some years ago he gath- \rrr

sands and the fair lady fair commissioners ticket and still continue the fight for ered and shipped the fruit from the

are kept busy distribting the economic reform; they see that the three trees and received therefor Strauss' 76, Fern:HIII Rye Strauss
handsome souvenir edition of that election of Judge Parker will remove 126. One of the trees alone produced by Shampoos of ,

progressive and public spirited publi- imperialism, militarism and the race fruit which u'.tted 55. Dr. Whee-

cation and it is doing the handsome question and clear the way for a fighton don, who has as n grapefruit groveon uticur, Cedar Brook W H.
I l McBrayer
thing for Florida. economic questions. Neither is his beautifi jiantation at Papy's llH ,

the populist criticism valid. It is bayou has for several years shippedhis

The campaign song writer has more important that reforms shall be fruit direct to the WaldorfAstoria Strauss' I IX L Baltimore
emerged from his lair and contributedthe secured than that those reforms shall receiving an average"of $7.25 per SOAP + Queen Anne'Scotch

following to an appreciative public come through any particular party. box for them.Although .

via Cincinnati Enquirer. The tune The total populist vote is small there are such vast
.. compared possibilities And
light dressings of CUTIC & Pilgrimage Sour Mash Planter
of "Mr. Dooley" is the proper caper i with the number of democrats in this branch of the citrus the great Skin Cure and sweetest Rye,

to bring out the full beauty of the who desire reform. Mr. Bryan can fruit industry, as already stated,comparatively of emollients.

effort: do the cause of reform more good by little attention has been This treatment at once stops falling .- Maryland Rye

1 Judge Parker is a candidate for presi- helping these democrats to control paid to it, and what has been done hair. removeS crusts, scales, and Sharpe, Old Harvest Corn,

dent you know: the democratic party than he could heretofore in its production has dandrufF destroys hair parasites,
He's going to be elected and surprise soothes irritated itching'surfaces,
poor Teddy so by joining the populists. If Judge I! been from scattering and mostly accidental stimulates the hair follicles, loosens .J

There'll be an awful landslide ip November Parker carries out the democratic trees found here and there in the scalp skn supplies the'roots

ought four. platform we shall make progress the big orange groves throughout the with energy and nourishment,and .

;' 0, Mr. Parker, 0 Mr. Parker, during his administration; if he refuses state. It is believed that the entire I makes the hair grow upon a sweet STRAUSS & CO.

;. You're the greatest man the country to carry out the platform he grapefruit shipment of this entire I{ else wholesome fails. healthy scalp when all,

ever knew, so diplomatic and will make it easier for the reform section will not aggregate more than WHOLESALE
Sold &
tiroogbooJth world Cotteai RETAil
democratic, element to regain control of the or- 35,000 or 40,000 boxes metl,SY.,P.opl I+tae,Ito c.to'"B of CUMWIWT Coved f LIQUOR DEALERS.
though they'will P'J:" lit peniIJ l at aI) Tfcpott London t Chmrtuw
r 0, Mr. Parker-arker-arker-Goo. ganization.-Lincoln Commoner. * be largely increased this year. Sra Potter Drag t Om.Corp,Sole Flop. FLORIDA
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Decisive Battle of the Campaign Smashed ed Furniture Policemen.and Attack Was Dethroned .by. His Broth i STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS i

Probably Being Waged. er, Abdul Hamid. ,

Young Man Registered as Arthur MillaYd .
Spent His Last Years In Brutal Confinement
Far East It It I Thought a Battle laUnder of South Superior, WIs. Causes -Was Thirty-Third Sov. REAL ESTATE AGENTS q .'

Way Which Will Decide th.a Quite a Sensation In a Broadway,
ereign of the House of Ozman-Hil .
Controversy Between Ruuia and N. Y., Hotel.
- r- Imprisbnment Most Cruel.
Japan. New York, August 31.-A young man m AND CONTRACTOR
who registered as Arthur F. Millardof Constantinople, August 31.-Forme m
rfL: (tt."tersbtlrg. Aught 20.-2:22
South Superior \VU.. created much Sultan Murad V, died yesterday of dI-
,m.-Ibe long-expected battle at
p confusion in a Broadway hotel early abetes, from which he had long suf- :
Uao Yang has began and the two armies
today before he fered.
are now fighting what probably policeman. After was barricading overpowered himself bya It was reported in May last from m Office 20 South Main St Warehouse & Salesroon, 41 S. Magnolia St +
will to be the decisive battle
prove in His room on the fourth floor Vienna that Murad V., the thlrty.third
the campaign. TELEPHONE 116.
i.a i of Millard aroused the hotel by cries sovereign of the House of Osman, was
The Japanese are attacking GeneralKlnvpaikin's M
and by throwing furniture about the dying and at the same time it was reported a
forces his chosen
upon room and out of the window onto the from the same source that his
ground, and hla Mends and admirers --
dining room and office skylight below. adherents all over Turkey known aa
here are confident that having accepted The police had to in with the Turk,
chop his door Young were secretely arming
general engagement, he will defeat Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
a an ax and one of the officers was i and only awaited the signal to rise a a
the In brief '
Japanese. a telegram stabbed before the man was arrested. in insurrection.

received this morning, KuropaU The commotion lasted half an hour. Murad V was born in 1840, and ascended bi bia
kin says the general advance of the Millard is about 25 years old. He the throne after the murder ol PAPER,

Japanese began yesterday at noon, the was well dressed and seemed well sup. the Sultan Abdul Aziz, May, 1876. In

Russian outposts falling back upon pIled with money. He registered and July of that year Murad V was placedon m i iPe
the main lines. The heaviest fighting' seemed perfectly rational the throne and on Aug. 31 he was BUILDING MATERIAL & WINDOW GLASS '

was taking place when his dispatch Four hours later the guest telephoned dethroned and replaced by hi sbrother

was sent from a point 10 miles south. the nt ro clerk for a police Abdul Hamid, the present sultan. 4f
tut of Uao Yang, where the Japanese' man. A sp:clal officer answered the The real facts in the case, however, Carry a Full Line of the Above in High Grade Goods. &

seemed to be concentrating for theirBain call, but Millard slammed the door in will probably never be known, but it 1Y

blow. his face. Then he called for the has been claimed that Murad was a V

: ,The Russians suffered principally clerk and the manager. They appeared good deal more sane than his brother,

from the shrapnel fire of the Japanese and be began yelling at the top and one of the greatest terrors of Ab ESTIMATES ON ALL KINDS OF PAINTING, WALL PAPERING,
artillery The Japanese selected of his voice and throwing the furniture dul Hamid's existence was the fear
the mikado's birthday for the decisive out of the windows. Scores oi that this Turkish "Man with the Iron IlREPAIRING AND BUILDING CHEERFULLY FURNISHED.

battle, and it will not be surprising guests ran to the hallway and a squadof )Mask" as he has been termed, might '
If today Is also signalized by police was summoned. As Millard escape from his place of confinementin PRICES LOWEST AND WORK GUARANTEED BEST. i'

a grand assault on Port Artnur. The refused to open the door It was broken the Cheragan palace and some six

Russian forces are disposed at LIao open with axes. The interior of the years ago he was removed to the Malta __ _u __ __ .
Yang to meet the onslaught of room was wrecked and Millard stood Kiosk, in the ground or the Yildii I

three Japanese armies described in with arms folded viewing the ruins. palace, occupied by Abdul Hamid, who

: those dispatches yesterday. The telegram When the squad advanced, Millard's Is surrounded by lofty waIls. In Houses and Lots for Sale, Rent and Lease i Q

from Kuropatkin. whIch gives arm shot out, and a knife was reveal spite of the secrecy of Murad's re !

this Information, together with the dealt ed. Half a dozen men sprang forward moral, he was seen, as he passed by WE WILL SELL YOU A HOME ON EASY PAY IENTS.
of the retirement of the Russian and Millard was overpowered and carried several foreigners, who declared that

troop. upon Uao Yang have not been to the station house. The wound though he had aged and was haggard RENTAL ACCOUNTS SOLICITED -

fire out for strategetic reasons. sustained by the leader, Patrolman In appearance, the former sultan had .

The combined armies of General Arnim, was a: serious one, but will not not lost his majestic bearing and that i :

Kurokl. General Oku and General Nod' prove fatal. he preserved the appearance of a I
n probably exceed 200,000 men. Their Millard regained his composure In man in the full possession of his men.

forces are considerably superior in a short time, but refuses to explainhis tal factulties. STERNBERGER & PHilLIPS &
numbers to Kirropatkln's, but the Rus- conduct. The confinement of Muraa has been

.!.. commander-inchlef probably reIM one of the most cruel character.: Only ,

on the strength and character of CROP CONDITIONS. his jailers'were allowed to see him,
his position to overcome the disparity and every precaution was tasen to pre OFFICE: TELEPHONE 116.SALESROOMS: \ \
la numbers. Weather Bureau's Weekly Summary ol vent any Intelligence of what was gOo U. ) 20 South Main St, 41 South Magnolia. St. JfQ

The war office is waiting with a the Same ing on in the outside world from reach. '

breathless anxiety for. news of the Washington August .-The weather ing him.( OCALA, FLORIDA. g

progress of the battle on which so bureau's weekly summary of the Although Murad is announced to

much depends. crop conditions is as follows: have died from diabetes, it had generally D Dm
While the latter part of the week been understood, according to
1 Shower of Shrapnel. was abnormally cool in the Ohio val. the palace reports, that he was suffering .
Uao Yang August 30.-10 a. -m.- ley and New England, the temperature from tuberculosis. )3ltB B )3B 13 & aetia.gEr: : m .
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1 r ijfcm 5 o'clock this morning up to 9 as a whole was favorable for ma. u _________ ___
i o'clock there has been an incessant luring crops. Portions of the south | AT OYSTER BAY. -

shower of shrapnel. The sound of Atlantic and east gulf states suffered A BUSINESS CHRNGE.The I HY ROBINSON, President J. M. BARCO Managrr
annoaadlng is coming from the south, from excessive rains, while drought President Rcosej-elt Interested! In the Commercial Sank of Ocala -

wM-re th < ,guas. Deadly shells are and west gulf states. Oyster Bay. L. I., August 31.-Having Clark Brothers Sell Out to Mr. tnAN H 0? COMilESCIAL :3AS OF JACKSONVILLE.Doesla .

bursting Iverywhere, their white Although cool weather has prevented i II completed his letter of :acceptance! Hall! Friday. .

smoke being distinctly traceable I rapid development of corn In the j I j except for the final reading, President Friday Messrs. Harvey and Howard -, .
gai&st the dark foliage on the mountain Ohio valley, the crop as a whole has; Roosevelt and Secretary Loeb today Mr. B. I. Hall their i.V .cvff3 ...
Clark sold out to
sides. The Japanese are search. experienced decided improvement The j spent several hours attending to some -
Ing the whole country side with their week was practically rainless In the i I important departmental business which half interest in the "Fair." c en:

fire selecting certain squares-or terri spring wheat region affording favor. had been forwarded here from Wash Clark Brothers & Hall have been
tery on which, for a few moments, able weather for harvesting and j ington. engaged in the grocery business in (W,19 =.
to mass a hail of shot and shell from threshing.In The president is greatly InterestedIn c.e.c.c
I Ocala: for some months and have
all their guns. They then pass to another northern Alabama and In the the army maneuvers which are =
square, thus working tIle whole southern portions of Mississippi and to be acted upon the battlefield of Bull worked up a very fine trade. The .0"c.c) =CI.

CeW, with mathematical precision Louisiana corn has improved and the Run, believing they will be of prac--I Messrs. Clark will remain with Mr. c.c -sr

from right to left. In this way theentire crop in good condition In Oklohoma tical value In elevating the morals i Hall for awhile and hope that their We.co-.

Russian front has been systematically and Indian Territory, but elsewherethe end discipline of the troops engaged.An former patrons will continue to trade p: at -
searched in the first four reports generally indicate unfavorable j i invitation was extended to him to + CLa

hours of the cannonading. Then commenced progress. Deterioration from |I be present at the maneuvers and one with them.A ....

the general Japanese advance rust and shedding is reported from of th? Texas regiments insisted that little later on the Messrs. Clark .c....

along the whole line. At this hour, nearly all districts. Heavy rains have he should be its guest at the encampment will open up a grocery business for --en

10 o'clock in the morning, the Japanese proved injurious in portion of Florida but the president was: obliged to themselves.

artillery fire has somewhat slackened and Georgia while over a large part oi decline all invitations. He will receive .General ItunikngAccount UUlillieto-l!
but their Infantry is steadily Texas the crop has suffered decidedly from time to time reports of the Compliment to a Gentleman Well !* olicitcd

pushing forward. from drouth. In the last mentioned engagements so that he may be made Known in Ocala. __ __ v _

# *The Russians have been holding state, boll worms continue destructive aware of the practical efficiency of the Capt. W. C. Zimmerman, of Dune- ..S..SUIS.....'..
their ground gallantly, and their and boll weevils are punctuating near. forces participating. : .1
are small considering the terrible nature ly all squares in southwestern, cen. din, nas been a guest at the Suwannee -

of the Japanese fire. tral,eastern and coast divisions and are Stahlman's Body Recovered. Springs for the past week. Capt. *->. We keep a full stock of

causing much damage as far north as Nashville, Tenn., August 31.-The Zimmerman is one of the best known !r LOOK FOR 8

Japs Discover' Russian Ruse. Dallas. Kaufman and Hunt counties Jody: of Edward C. Stahlman, who was men in South Florida, and has doneas \ps THE SEAL Old Joe,
31.-When night tricts. drowned in the Cumberland river 9 I J
Uao Yang August the section of the
much to develop
tell the batteries took up the retreat Picking 13 in full progress in Texas miles above here last evening, was Old Velvet
their rear guard lighting up bivouaa : and Is general In the southern portions recovered at 4:30 o'clock this morning. state in which he lives, and to ad- :
central and eastern dis- Mr. Stahlman of Major E. and other industries
tire, to conceal the movement. But of the was a son vance the phosphate .
the Japanese soon discovered this russ A general movement in tobacco is B. Stahlman, of Nashville, and vice as any other person. For Old McBrayer,
president of the Nashville Banner : :
and pressed forward, coming up Capt Zimmerman was clerk of. .
Sunday morning. For outlook for apples continues Publishing company, and news editorof years Mark Rogers
the rear guards causedby the court"of Citrus county, but on account ,
unfavorable. the Banner. His death was
to hour the light batteries were I du i lul, I
Except In portions of New Englandand cramps. of feeble health he retired

To the lot of the Omsk, Tobolsk andKrunoY'ank the middle Atlantic states, where Largest Steamer On Pacific Coast from office and is making his home I +. Ohl? t Old Charter,
fell the duty bllf ht and rot are reported to a great. I + P
regiments Make Voyage. with his son at Dunedin. We hope
less extent, an excellent crop of w
the retreat of General ZaroubalefTa et' or Mt. Vernon
of covering potatoes is Indicated. Seattle Wash., August 31.-One oi hie stay at Suwannee Springs may I
Siberian army corps.
the largest steamships on the Pacific beneficial to his health and
The task was difficult as the enemy coast, the Victoria, will sail from here prove : Cascade and
to advance, deploying light that he will soon return. The Demo- 1jjj
continued Killed Son With Knife. Nov- 15, carrying a diminutive expos!. :
mountain guns against the Russian- i Pittsburg August 31. Crazed by tlon. Over $100,000 is being expend. crat is always pleased to welcome Other

tear and left flanks and it was imperative I the effects of liquor, Frank Leopold, ed in fitting up the vessel for exhibition such men as Capt. Zimmerman to : High

that the enemy should be held I a German, aged 50 years, residing at purposes. The ship will carryno even though they tarry :
our county
bxckrto permit the removal of the bah I ''Heldelburg, a' mining town near hero passengers, but exhibitors, and no I Grade Whiskies.
trains. Many gunswere i I but a few days.-Live Oak Demo-
\age and artillery murdered his 11-year-old son early today :. cargo but exhibits, the object of the
mired and the horses exhausted.The with a butcher-knife while' the trip being to place the products of the crat. .

Cbssacka and many men, were to :.child was: sleeping. Leopold then United States before the Orteatals. Thieves entered the Episcopal I Headquarters for
harnessed to the guns and walked into Carnegie. a mile away, The ship will visit not only Russian i
haul them along. It was slow work where he gar e&imself up. It is said Japanese and Chinese and Australian church at Jacksonville, after the I -Anheuser-Bush Beer

but was successfully accomplished. Leopold drank a quart of whisky on ports, but a number in South America, services last Sunday and stole five ,

The greatest difficulty of the retirement his way home from work. the voyage lasting six months. dollars in money and several articlesof : Bottle and
on the east front was experienced Valdosta, us., August 3L-A m>o value. Draught.

before Van HanUl pass where At Rosemount. from the dyatteville district state

11 was necessary to hold the Japanese Esopus N. Y.. August io.? -Tiers that a small cyclone passed through Senator. Joe Bailey, of Texas, and. I Write for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We i

In check until the artillery transport were no political visitors at Rosa- that section Monday afternoon. Avery ex-Senator Hill, of New York, are '
want trade and will guararitee to give satisfaction.
passed through and tried to keep It mount during the morning and Judge dark cloud came up and there making speeches for Parker in New your

touch with the tenth army corps andI Parker devoted his time to his correspondence was a good deal of wind at this place. :

5l by General Herschelmann. to the which become larger every In the Clyatteville district the wind York. | OCelLA HOUSE WINE ROOMS
riorth as well as the southern division. 'day. He plans regularly for a clear blew down many \trees and In some Captain Charles H. Brock, the old- |
prevent a turning move work his library be the forests were almost wiped
la ord' to i morning for on places est steamboat captain on the St. b'
few of the visitors arrive ba bear of timber. Many fences Wen OCALA FLORIDA
meat cause I
'Johns river died suddenly at Jacksonville -
From dawn until dark the eastern fore th eearly afternoon trains. also blown down, Plough no Injury ,
four days' ----' Thursday afternoon. ..ftttttttttttttttttsttttl
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.- ._-- -- ,Jacksonville Carnivals Hired., .
I One of the most attractive an-a,

Fy, fy, Sam Russ, handsome advertisements ever circulated 1

.. How could you thus- In And About The Courvty. in this state has just been issued

} Yon of ail the old timers- by the Jacksonville Trades Carnival
Make such fuss fj
; ., Association to boom their big event, __
And raise ,
a muss
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j Among the turpentiners!. '. : ., '. --'- -'-- which takes place in their city October
'.' -Floridian. FORT McCOY.i : : SP4R ITEMS I BELLCVIEW NEWS BUDHT.I : K:K'f.. l nt: .Li 21 to 29, it is in the ehape of A
r j
t I piece of music, entitled: the Jackson
Farewell to the straw hat. Specia' CorrtSpon ienc. Oni Hln7-r :i.l e: rrea >n-encs: Ocal B 'I-r. .
K. xx Special Correspondence Ocala Banuer. I vti\\ ,*, i--iijj; -ij '1'::: i i ,1! 1 '!*-. vile Carnival March, and ia a spirited ,
--- Sparr continues to bccm and -seen j Mr. J, R. WUiiams carried to Ocala '
'Wel ome to the oyster. '- The' barbecue here was a success, : The Miss-s Ethel Carrlngton and tuneful melody, that will become
.. \ we hope to see her like the white j( Saturday a stalk of corn, fourteen
both socially and financially. The Reubia Brats!IJ, of Danuellon, are very popular all over Florida.
Leon county has gone "dry." eagle instead of the sparrow. j; feet pigs, brunt:; two ears of corn.
directors are now in a position to visiting frienJs at ilarccl and York. Thousands of copies of this mare h.
J. A. Strickland his ; Mr. Williams has two acres of this
purchased an OJ
The New York Evening Post is contract with some responsible partyto f .. i II The Woman's Hoin; fission and are being sent all over Florida, and it '
.. ( ,acre tract of, excellent farming land giant crn, raise 1 on pine land and is
counting eggs early-it has already work the cemetery and pay- \ Parsonage Society ij l\"tJ, lost some .I Ivalaable will prove, no doubt a splendid advertisement -
from hiss Jessie A. Owens, near: tae. justly proa 3 c.f it..
elected a cabinet for Judge Parker. cash. f members, tI! oy having movedt for the carnival.
Rutland farm, and is completing'six .a The first automobile to venturei I
Farmers are experiencing consider- i ) other: part.Rev. :. The carnival committee is now
During July 12,433,133 feet of lum- room dwelling on t.ame.: j 1 through our little village passed ;
able trouble in saving hay, as it rains I G. F. A ;ti.l is arranging: for hard at work thoroughly advertising
ber cross ties and 21,550 casks Messrs. Sullivan Mr. A. G. Gates I
49,460 Richard and Sam j through on Sunday.
every day. However, there will be f grand missionary rally and mass this great event, and people who
of. turpentine shipped from the saved have purchased 80 acres of this valuable j and family of Ocala, en route for
more than before.
ever meeting at Martel church the second to Jacksonville to see the Carnival *
port of Fernandina. land at Rutland and Mr. Ellis 40 Lake Weir.
.. Henry McQuaig, the road over- Sunday Sept. 11. A nice programis this year will find that it is bigger !
acres all of which will be put into Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan returned
We have seen it stated somewherethat seer for this section, lost his horse being'arranged, and distinguished I and better than that of last year.Copies .
cultivation and from Mt. Dora
Tuesday where
good impovements. they
September is a cooler month from an attack of cholic, last week.J. speakers have been invited, to be I of this march will be w nt ta .
This section is considered by good had been attending meeting j I
camp :
than August but the thermometergave W. Stephens has been appointed I[ present and participate, in the ex- any address on receipt of two ct I
farmers and truckers to be the best After an absence of some months,
no such indication yesterday.The registration officer for this district ,i ercises. Dinner will be spread on'' tamp.
and most for all kinds of which t :.
productive during time he was employedas i
No. 13. Anyone wishing to registercan I the grounds. The
nicest man on the Florida press, farm and of train public cordially j I The campaign song writer baa
yegatable produce any news boy on a running out of '
do and
so on Tuesdays Fridays invited
to attend. Well filled baskets
emerged from his lair and contribute
perhaps, is Frank Mayes of the Pen- Savannah
land in the Sidney Maddox returned
at his home.It county.
sacola Journal, and yet the Gaines- will be appreciated. A move is on the following to an appreciative public
is somewhat dangerous to throwa The greater: part of this land is Tuesday and will resume his studiesin
foot to erect beautiful
a to
ville Star editor refers to him "as a spire I via Cincinnati Enquirer. The tone .
knot at a dog out here for fear of owned by Miss Jessie A..Owens, whois Belleview school. i
Martel church, furnish it with seats
eared animal. of "Mr. Dooley" is the
long proper
the largest landed proprietor here. Miss Belle Strobel returned Tues-
hitting washing machine agent.
paint the building and otherwise improve bring out the full beauty of the
It groweth late, it groweth late, the There were three of them here in While Miss Owens is not a farmer day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. it. effort

ice cream plate-O, lay it by, lay it as many days. herself a large portion of her land is Sumter Vining, of Dade City. J. Henry Bates has finished gather- I :
Judge Parker is candidate
a for
by, come, lay it by. 'Tis time toroyster Miss Hattie Carlton, who has been rented and planted each year in farm The Young People's Union of the ing his crop of corn, which averaged. dent you know: prat**'> ':,

on the succulent oyster, minced spending a two week's visit to her products and in truck and when prop- Baptist church, held an ice cream I 25 bushels per acre. He's going to be elected and *Brpri.e .

pickles and chicken pie.-From Songs cousins, the Misses Stevens, of this erly cultivated the yield is abundant.We sale in the town hall Friday evening.Mr. I :MARTEL. I I I poor Teddy so

I of the Church Social. place, returned to her home in Ocala need more such enterprisingwomen andJMrs. Frank Pelot left Sun There'll be an awful landslide in :November

yesterday. She expressed herself as that like to help see their town day for a week's visit to Clearwater. I Going to Miami. I r ought four.

Dr. A. L. Blalock and his mother, having spent the time very pleas- build up and help the good work on. )Ir. W. A. Sparkman, of Oxford, Hon. C. M.Brown and Mr. C.1.. I!! 0, )rr. Parker, 0 Mr. Parker,

Mrs. T. J. Blalock, who is also the antly. The Baptist ladies gave an ice spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Brown, jr., having sold their mercan- J j[ You're the greatest man the country

mother of Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor and Mrs. H. C. Martin visiting her cream and cake festival Friday night.It Tom Mitchell. tile establishment to the Helvenston- i I ever knew, so diplomatic and

Mrs. W. C. Bull,} of Cherry Lake, daughter, Mrs.Carington, of Wild- was enjoyed by all. ,The proceeds Belleview school opened Monday Blitch-Pasteur-Company, will leave ;t I i, 0, Mr.democratic Parker-arker, -arker-ooo.

Madison county, arrived-over the S. wood. of which were to go to help morning with an enrollment of forty next month for Miami where they

A. L. railway, yesterday and will Miss.Ella Geiger, of Jacksonville, I pay the pastor here and quite a nice three pupils. Professor Green returns will engage in business.Mr. The Chaille twins, Floyd and Lloyd,

spend some time in our city. who spent a few days with the family ,I sum was secured. Excellent music as principal with renewed Brown, sr., has been a residentof both stalwart young men, who spent

Editor George W. Wilson of the of Rev. H. C. Martin, of this was furnished by Miss Fannie Clark, I energy and vigor, after his summer this county and city for a long some time here last spring are again

Times-Union is in Chicago selecting place, is now with her cousin, Mrs. of Ocala. .I vacation. His assistant this year is period of years and his departure for in the city,having just returned froma

attractions for the Jacksonville car- A. P. Geiger, at Ft. King, for a few There wil be a picnic and festival Miss Jane Bailey, Santa Fe, Alachua another field of labor will be very visit to the World's Fair. They are

nival. He has a quick eye for the weeks. given by the :Baptist and Methodist county, who arrived Saturday to take greatly regretted. During his citi- employes of the East Coast railway,

beautiful, picturesque, marvelous and Miss Lillie: Carlton, of Arcadia, is ladies in the near future.J. up her duties. The first day of school zenship in this county he was frequently and hail from Miaml.-St. AugwUfle

catchy, and some genuinely unique spending a few weeks with her cou- W. Luffman and W. J. Legallywho was marked by the'planting of a flag honored with public trusts, Record. _____________

and superior productions may be ex sin, Mrs John W. Stevens. ] went to White Springs some pole and flag raising. In the evening having been sent to the lower houseof Robert Anderson, jr., is laying ftt

pected. Miss Ruth Stevens left yesterdayfor time ago. Mr. Luffman has returned )rr. Riley McClendon planned to give the legislature and is now state
Dr. Anderson's drug store(tariff the
Ocala, where she will stay with while Mr. Legally goes to his old the children a phonograph concert in senator from the twentieth senatorial ?
Something is still doing in Florida absence of John Juhan, who to
herlbrother, J. E. Stevens, for a few home in Muncie, Ind., and we regretto the school house, but owing to the destrict composed of the countiesof
despite the sunshine and showers. I gone to St. Augustine with the 0 ik
weeks. J learn is sick. inclement weather it was posponed Marion and Sumter. He was a .
Miami is prepairing for a starch fac- Rifles.
Capt. Felder Lang is expecting his Wr. Ernest Luffman will attend until Tuesday evening. when it was candidate for governor of Florida be- r
tory Jacksonville continues to incor-
porate new wholesale grocery estab- family. home from the World's Fair, I school at Sutherland college this given. fore the last primary and received Mr. L. Horne and family novcrf

lishments, and Gracevillle has chart- where they have been for the past I fall.and winter. Judge J. L. Hopkins had the misfortune more than nine thousand votes, show- Tuesday into the Otis Green ooUjjp

'ered a national bank. / ten days. II Miss Fannie Clark, of Ocala, and I to lose a valuable horse last ing the esteem in which he is held on Ocklawaha avenue, nest door "r

Mr. Guy Lang had the excitementof Mrs. Liddell and.daughter of Georgia, week with what appeared to be blind not only in Marion but throughoutthe the residence of Mr. John Doder.

A Jacksonville correspondent of running down a wild cat with his are visiting their sister, :Mrs. S. D. I staggers, state. 4.

the Bartow Courier-Informant says pack of hounds last Souter this week. Mr. Alvin Lucius member Tampa's weekly cigar pay mil now
week. a of the j His son, C. :M.: Brown, jr., is progressive -
that after the exspiration of his term Mrs. Annie Luffman, of Ft. Ocala Rifles left reaches nearly $175ooo. It !tat certainly
Beautiful Women. King, Monday for encampment I J aud up-to-date and knows
of office Governor Jennings will visited grown to be a big imtaltry.'
move her father arid brother here at St. Augugustine.
Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft I how to take advantage of the keen --------
to Jacksonville and practice his pro- i glow of health and this week. JOSH. i Mr.
a pure complexion, points of trade and believes in Flynn, a pominent eitiMHM of
fession. It is rumored here that he makes all women beautiful. Takea W. O. Luffman railroad here Palatka
agent is in
Emergency MedicinesJt the efficacy of advertising, which the city for a couple of
will become a bank president.Bro. small dose of Herbine after each is expected home in a few days. He is a great conveyance to have at I method has made the Racket company j days.

meal it will
prevent consumption and
has been visiting in Macon, Washington I hand reliable remedies for use incases I --
Setzer's raps at his contempo help digest what you have eaten. 50c. popular in this county.

raries are sometimes as severe as the Mrs. Wm.1.. Stout, Midlothian, and :New York. I of accident and for slight injuries This paper hopes that the Messrs. Jerry Purnett

hornet's sting,and when in his happiest Texas, writes, May 31, 1901: "We Miss Mattie Bealy, of Indian river, J and ailments. A good liniment and i Brown will be as prosperous in their ,

have used Herbine in our family for is visiting her sister, Mrs Hooker. one is fast becoming a favorite if not home Merchant
moods he soars like the eagle on wingsof new as they were here.
eight years, and found it the
Miss Cora Beal of Wauchula a household
has neccessity is Chambers -
fancy to the clouds
very so it medicine
we ever used for
constipa- returned home to take charge of lain's Pain Balm. By applying it A party who took dinner at the Al- !
that tation
seems appropriate he should bilious fever and malaria. Tailoring.Ocala
school. promptly to a cut, bruise or burn it meria .
yesterday consisted
Sold of Mr. and
name one of his newspapers the Eagle by Anti-Monopoly Store. mFLEMINGION. allays the pain and causes the
h 4 Mr. Charles Hines injury I and Mrs. R. R. Carroll Florida.
of Ohio, is hereto of Ocala and
and the other the Hornet. Suc- to heal in about one-thrid the time j

cess to both publications. I take charge of his father's busines. usully required, and as it is an anti- Mrs. Blanche Hannah and Mr. T. Finest Imports! and

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. His father having died and was bUried; septic it prevents any danger of blood A. Blocker, of St. ;Petersburg; :Mr.: Domestic Cloths. ,

Governor and Mrs. W. S. Jennings, The weather has been very warm for .at Anthony a few day ago. I poisoning. When Pain Balm is keptat Carroll is the city editor and part Cutting a Specialty

Master Bryan Jennings and Miss SPARRITE.A hand a sprain may be treated be-
the past few days.Mr. proprietor of the Ocala Evening Star Fits (Guaranteed
fore inflammation
sets in
which insures
Grace Mann left yesterday for their and with his .
J. Mathews Correction.To charming wife are visit-
made a flying a duick recovery. For sale by i #
summer trip, which will include New trip to Ocala Monday.Mr. the Editor of the Banner: All Druggist. m !| ing in St. Petersburg, the family of I I1r. !

York, a tour of the west and visit I wish to correct \ _!
a Edwin Kennard and wife, jof a wrong impression j : J. T. Yonce father of Mrs. Caroll

to the St. Louis exposition, during Gainesville, has movedto Mr. C. M. from your mind. Please do not Educational ,! and Mrs. Hannah.-Tampa Tribune. _

the meeting the National AmericanBar Rhodes. Mr. Kennard allude to me as "one of the best To the Hiitor of the Ocala Banner. j I --,--- .

Association in St. Louis in the build his expects to farmers Marion: county." All of We note with deep concern the j| Mr. R. C. Davis, of Atlanta Ga.,
on place and start him
month of September,-Tallahassee a us around Sparr know better. Farm- action of the honorable board of representing the Fay-Sholes type e
farm, the writer wishes him much i r
Capitol. ing is best for a man's broad shoulders county commissioners in reducing the writer, is visiting Ocala.
success. 'I /
State Senator C. M. Brown, who Mr. Will Coin and believing they were intended as school levy from five to four and a f
wife, of Ocala
I Washing
half mills.
was one of the defeated candidatesfor workers and burden bearers, I leave I agents are num- I oil
have been the .
guest of Mr. F. E.
I erous in the
it with them and j Is not the number of special tax Fort McCoy neighbor
plant flowers II
in the I that
governor May primary, has Smoak, of this place, for the past few hood.
announced his intention to move from days. I they know for a certainty. I simply j districts sufficient evidence that the J

f. ,' rent and sell people deem a five mill !
my own land. Havingan levy inadequate -
to Miami. This decision the .
on The farmers :

part of Senator Brown will render it gather their crops.are busy prepairing to hands estate, I of decided 3,500 acres to sell left as on fast my a further to, if our a five present mill levy demands is insufficient ; ands -j!! : "uf" 'liilll111f" "Ilillil111" "illif" "Ill" "iliil-1111111iIlIl1i11flil" " ," "IUUIUIU1L--"-. '- "- ".

for the
necessary powers that be to Mr. C. H. Gray has returned to possible and invest in United States .

put another name on the ticket to be Sumter county to sell fruit trees. bonds, so as not to be robbed. Thatis mills, how be then can four and a half ii i I STANDAR D, PIANOS. =

voted for next November or the gov- The registration books will be my business and knowing that made to meet our present i
open "self praise is half scandal still I needs? ,
ernor will have to appoint-a senator here on | ==
I Wednesdays and Saturdays do not think that many of Ocala's As tax In osr tilrt7experieaca years d
payers we request the Hon. !
for the twentieth senatorial district. i in each week
until the second Satur- real estate
agents are ahead of
I me on Board to we tare
reconsider and grant as' ::
-Gainesville Star. day in October. land sales at goodsatisfactory prices.
: ft heretofore the five mills.Respectfully. every (altAr HAlfOWe a
Will ==
I give a list if still wish to t
Two you
young men of this
Cured of Bright's Disease. place at- I bow those
make me out a great business woman. I wMci Wl |,,|
Geo. A. Sherman, Lisborn Red tended preaching at Shiloh Sunday. With kind wishes I aJaptel to Cr
for our Banner, S. H. BUTCH. == trTnj cllaiUs; a-

Mills, Lawrence Co.,,N. Y., writes: There must be some attraction up and best wishes for its fair and versa- Ocala, Fla., Aug. 29, 1904. I tOE Uons. We is3 that fiai a

"I had kidney disease for many years; that way. It is the pretty. girls I sup- tile editress. == old pa! :e to posr Gradm:1tf. =

had taken a well known kidney medi- pose. I Very truly yours, The Atlanta News claims that it : We hope to ten t: you alt =
cine and other remedies Mr.John' (Miss) J. A. OWEX. has informatIon from I :
that were Hayward and wife, of McIntosh I private sources' .
Sparr, Fla., Aug. 29,1904.Sprains. 7our eMIirea. To i: lib vt ==
recommended but got no relief untilI that the
,attended services at this place I same voices that were raised :

began using Foley's Kidney Cure. Sunday.A in loud protest against W. R. Hearstas .= .I3 :J
The first half bottle relieved me and small crowd S. A. Read, Cisco, Texas, writes, the presidential candidate = a
four bottles have cured of gathered at'Mr.I.. are :- loge.CA'IPBELL .
me this .
j March 11, 1901: "My wrist _
terrible disease. Before I began tak- C. Grays Tuesday night and had an sprained so badly by a fall that it was now striving with all their might to :r- ..-......_.
Foley'sKidney4Cure Ihad to make i ice cream supper.. They enjoyed useless; and after using several remedies induce .him to accept the nomination .r .

water every fifteen minutes, day and themselves very much. that failed to give relief, used for the governorship of New York. :. LUDDEN. '

night, and passed a brick-dust sub Mr. F. E. Smoak and party went Ballard's Snow Liniment, and was .! SMIT 1 CO. 3
stance. I beleive would have diedif cured. I earnestly recommend it to Dr. Lisk of Connor, presented the : ,

I had not taken Foley's Kidney out this morning on a wild cat hunt, J anyone suffering from sprains.. 25c, editor of this paper with some fine I E ,

Cure." For sale by Post Office but failed to catch anything. Headquarters Jacksonville
Drug 50c, X1.00Sold by Anti-Dlonopolp quinces several days ago, for whichhe Fla. :J
Store. m ,4 BLUE BIKD. :Drug Store. m will please n
accept our thanks. : iUiUiUiU1U1UWIUiUU

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*- PHILIPPINES AT --" and lows with t\er the at whole war outside among world.themselves De- FARMERS' MONTH i WORLD'S FAIRSPECIAL z-

fVORLD'S spite their ferocity they .are a clever >1 ,

FAIR race dregs handsomely have their AT DAYSEvents
,_ and. their slaves and are expert sultans WORLD'S FAIR I i WE EAT MEAT

t i Exhibition of seamen, while long continued pillar To grow strong. Unless we get i
C tplcte People
>> and the
seas has surrounded them Biggest Department of the Great Exposition of Worldwide Importance Crowd
pastries Covers Forty-seven Acres with many of the luxuries and good meat we may as well let
conventfences One Another
the Season's Programme

frf Ready For the Inspection of the .
u4! U Independent of Larger Show. of western civilization. i ti'i it alone. There is no strength
The buildings of Agriculture Forestry Army of Men Who Made It* -Many Congresses and I
in tough meal-instead of giving I
and Fisheries show all the varied Creation Possible. Conventions to Meet I & +

'" t: cot even In the bearto, .Manila city natural products also the extremely Ii it takes strength to digest

. locid there be found forty- wn acres primitive processes as yet In vogue, Each of the C t ; '' it. It to t careful in {I
; tt Philippine territory as in sting as while.In the Women's building Now that crops have been or are being remaining days of the a tIt pays >e
that amount of space covered by the I Introduced to a number of native man laid by the.tarm prepares for his World's Fair.season has a programme buying meat-tie sure to get 0 -

: i bland display at tae World's Fair. ufactures. Including the beautiful fabrics trip to the World's Fair, a treat that filled with special events that offer additional C! r. the beai-tender and choice 4

: litre U an exposition within an ex- from the just banana and has long been promised im and for attractions for late visitors. .r
pineapple Pay a little more if need be and
_- petition a little wheel that revokes fibers. This information Is collated which he has patiently waited. No exposition National and state governments municipalities I

1. dependent! of the larger one encompassing In the Building of Commerce, wherea has offered so many induce- secret societies trade organizations ': !!J \ put something in your stomach

k It unique and most effective method of ments for the farmer's presence as this and college fraternitieshave :SI 21 l ; ; y ':" i ., which will put flesh on yonr

Scores of buildings are filled with exhibits exhibiting Is followed. In one ball are one at St. Louis nor has any previous : arranged to participate In the ray bones and blood in
- native life Is depicted by ass samples of all the articles produced 1 or exposition given the prominence and special days allotted to them, and your I

many different villages as there are export among which manila fiber of : ID veins. E EEDWARDS j
space to the subject of agriculture. thousands of persons will be drawn to -
tribe on the Islands military drills are course, holds the chief place of
prominence August and September are ostensiblythe the World's Fair upon these occasions.
given by Philippine troops and concerts while in: a second ball are all I BROS.re.I
rendered farmer's months at the Exposition Missouri is to have an entire week at
are by native the
manufactures from every country Stalls 2 and 4 Market Ocala Fla.
For Its amusement features the Philippine that are imported and find a ready for it is at this season that the agricul- the Exposition and the Lumbermen a!i City !li!

exposition has the humorous market ture exhibits are the freshest and best. of America will be present for six
Igor among; the populace. Thus the I Jia5glfli3.! C l CfflgBlriilirlin3!! C 5P TOfrfl lTORB L
I I days. St Louis day Sept 15 will be .
business Products of the -
man gets a dual lesson. lie new crops are pouringInto I

I sees what be can profitably take from the booths from every state In the -

tJ. the islands and also what be may Union and additions are constantly i.! -

J" <4 ....', profitably send to them. When it Is being mule to the gorgeous display. I II rvf

-"-c- added that a large number of representative IIeadtv.rters for visiting farmers II I

Filipinos have been brought over ,
e- be found in state section of
may every
.. : ,;( to visit the Exposition aud study Amer- !
; r1qJt'I' TtI' the great Agriculture Palace, but for
can business methods and manufactures.
their convenience there has ,
special Just
.. It will bt recognized that great ,,
benefit both to the islands and to the been completed a Grange House, situated I

world at lar?;' must result from this in the south end of the building.It 1

I work of mutual enlightenment. is equipped with a reception room. I ysp ptECSf

.a ladies retiring rooms and chock rooms c.ade rarelaasnets. .
are everyday by their oxa -

; !. I' CONCERTS BY MASSED BANDS .where.. parcels may be left free of Lyra that case of westiFatiaa before it

-I : i I charge. Here will be kept a list of f Q f / txxemea eluoaiu Take. ;.

moderate priced rooms to aid visiting
i i Prizes Agaric:ting $30OCO: to Ce Distributed -
at the Worlc's Fair. farmers and their families in procuring itMOibrS

I c"erH'N- tausica! events in America -I I accommodations.The ii. !! IL-atoTOW'C! PELLETS tt1 k t.ft t.
largest building on the groundsis
; e
planned upon such an elaborate scale i ; the only remedies which at Nat re and do not gat Ia tat qEr
I the Palace of Agriculture, covering
as those of tlie'orlJ.'s Fair: A seriesof
Powerhd and crEke wn5ra+tdli >
.Ray. purgatives btipa, pain
while the l'ali. of Horticulture
concerts will be given by competing twenty acres :<:e ,
dra.takea. Ramcn'e; Rev= .iee act geaCy and lesie tbo
bands in contest fur prizes offered by near by covers about a thirdas
1 system independent of dregs. For oak by aU dealers. } j
-sgfySs& Hn jiiuBOCTH the World's Fair. These contests will ranch space. These two immense I
d. Year druggist will furc!& a free sample or *a wil.
take place In Festival Hall. Sept. 12 structures are filled with exhibits of SOUTH ENTRANCE: PALACE OF '

to 1,. the farm garden and orchard of the TUBES, WORLD'S FAIR.UJ.'I-uPAO-I Brown Alfg. CoQreeneville

Nine cash prizes, aggregating ijtfO.OOO. most extensive and elaborate character, one of the big days of the

i: are offered for the successful bands. every state In the Union and most of In point of attendance. Some of the New York

The prizes are divided so as to give to the principal countries of the world largest events, including the great airship and !! _

the organization scoring the highest races, have not yet been scheduled -
being represented. Tenn.II .
number of points $3.230: ; $"_,500 will be Agriculture Is given more prominencethan and tLey are not Included In the

given to the band scoring the second any other department at the Exposition list of attractions given here:

I highest number of points and $lroo to the paramount importance of SPECIAL EVENTS FOR AUGUST.

the one getting the third highest num been 23-Missouri week begins, Pythian day and : a
great industry having fully
CXTBASCZ PALACE OF LIBERAL I convention of National Firemen's
ABT3 WOBLD'S Fill' ber.The appreciated from the very beginning : association.
above division Is made for band
r of the World's Fair movement ; Horse and mule show In Live Stock
rote who dines meat and
on dog in Class A, which consist of twenty
l e' section closes Sept. S.JRathbone .
About seventy acres of ground arecot'ered For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.
visitors are entertained by Visayan
t I members. In the B class $10,000 will % Sisters' day.
actors and actresses. Nothing Is lack- be given in prizes first $4f OO; second. by the agriculture and horti- 21-Deutscher-Krleger Bund day.2SConventlona .
culture department at the Fair large of dental examiners and
tag to make the show complete.The I
$3,500; third. $2,000. outdoor spaces being devoted to this Institute of Bank Clerks.
Administration building is a replica Class C. which includes bands of thir 26-Ramsey family reunion.
industry. Outside Jhere are growing
of the government offices in Manila ty-five members, will enjoy the division %Liberal Arts day .
; while the Art and Education of $12,750. For the organization scoring crops, trees and flowers, an Instructive Inauguration of great Olympic games C. I. G RAe E.
six acre farm maintained by the hammer throwing, running and
building reproduces in miniature the number of
the highest points a Jumping.
States Government: Industry
cathedral within the walled city even prize of $6,000 has been named. The 30-Tennls tournament and Marathon race Successor to Central Lumoer Co.
in all of the
and gardens parts grounds.
the mellowed tints of age being faithfully second prize Is $4.000 and the third $2.- In Olympic games.
rendered. A section of the ana'1 There are more exhibits In the Agriculture 31-Eagles' day and Tyler family reunion.
700.Bands building than in any other sec- International tug of war In Olympic .
dent but still serviceable town wall
employed by the Expositionare tion of the Exposition. This building games. Dealer In
has been reconstructed to serve the double
,;) not permitted to contest All play- is considered by people the most SPECIAL EVENTS FOR SEPTEMBER t
purpose of a gateway to the show ers must be bona fide members and interesting part many of the World's Fair. Tennessee and Indiana day. 1 Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried FlooringCeiiing,

and The a other museum main of edifices arms and are war types relics.of each musician must have been enrolledat The exhibits in the palaces of Agriculture Dumbbell races In Olympic competition games.Jewelers' .and hurdle I and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

least three months prior to the date and Horticulture constitute a
Wllplno bomes, being built of undressed 2- and Silversmiths' day. Manufacturer of
of the contest Each band must send 5-Sons and Daughters of Justice.
vast and instructive
timber, bamboo and rattan, with i I display enough Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Door and
to the bureau the name of its members I. International "team race In Olympic ,
thatched roofs and broad verandas. games. Window Frames Mantels Church Seats
and a nominal entrance fee. I Pulpits School
Then there the tribal villages Labor day and beginning of Lumber-
are Festival Hall concerts by massed t men's week.6Oklahoma Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constantly
under the 'some of tile ,
nestling trees. bands will be given at ';:30 each day I day.7Con'ention .

houses perched high up among the during the contest in which all contestIng of postoffice clerks and receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

boughs others on piles above the waters under the direction I Aw. Brigham family reunion. [ sizes. Mail orders attended to
l bands will take part I 8 Modern Woodmen day. promptly
all of them
of the Arrowhead lake
t of a distinguished conductor. California.. Odd Fellows' and House of I
t actual dwellings fashioned of native I Hoo-Hoo day.
All bands entering must agree to play j
materials! by native workmanship and Reunion of Spanish War Veterans.
one concert in addition f' the competIng !: .
and Maryland day.World'a I
illustrating tbe manners, customs
concert and massed concerts. j I amateur cricket contest.
pursuits of their occupants. Here are has been \'i ... Cattle show opens In LIveStock section "
A separate programme prepared j
. I women weaving a coarse cloth on a by the Bureau of Music for each closes Sept 24.. ( [EFIECT[ A M MNT.[

i rude band loom others making baskets 13-Cathollc Knights of America. ,
class, and each band will play throughthe 14-Woodmen of the World and State of
others tending Irrigated fields of full programme of its class. The i I Louisiana day. I

rice. One group of men are in village numbers in all three programmes are I 15-St. Louis day. Have you decide'I on the kind o
council, trying an offender accordingto I 16-Mexico day and Germanic congress.17Massachusetts jp
urelowl\ by eminent composers and are chosen and Colorado day. I \11 ti fertilizer you are going to use? It's
their tribal laws; others with the view of bringing out the qualities 19-Congress of arts and science and ArI.I not of how
I I a question much but
moving In a circular dance to tile thump of the bands performing them. The zona day.Olympic ,

of tomtoms and the clang of brass list of composers Includes Wagner. Gou golf championship tourna- what kind wun 5(13( b Ht result

Songs; others again are smelting Iron nod, Offenbach Verdi. Saint-Saens. BI- 20-Nevada ment. day. I can he obtained. You can't make a
by the aid of a primitive but most Ingenious zet Strauss and Leoncavallo. Archery contests. A
mistake when
I use our high grade
bellows the constituent parts a-Illlnols day.22Arkansas you
( e
of wbicb are a bamboo tube and an air day. I 4 fertilizers.
23-Lewis and Clark Centennial exposition
of feathers working therein WEATHER AT WORLD'S FAIR. .
tight I
mop day and Virginia day.
: Highest cash price paid for dry bones .
like the piston of a syringe. And these 24-Idaho day.26Fraternal. s

are but a few of an almost endless variety Cool Nights and Delightful Indian day. I ;
Military athletic carnival
of life pictures.The Summer to Be Expected at St. Louis. > 27-North Dakota and Apple day. I;: FLORIDA fERTILIZER MPG COMPANY,

ethnological-problem is a some- I Usually the warmest month of the : International congress of lawyers and I
but although Justices and Utah day. Gainesville Fla.
bat complicated ; !
be of the most
July proved to one
sixteen races i year. %Knights and Ladies of Security day.
fewer than
there are no
pleasant of the World's Fair season 30-Kansas day.

represented among the village dwellers the average temperature being C7 degrees SPECIAL EVENTS FOR OCTOBER.
the scouts and the constabulary each I
a recordlower than that made Indian Territory day.

race speaking Its own its customs own dialect all and may following be by either Boston New York Philadelphia The- --- ,I Equestrian teats. polo championship con- JAS.M.GRAHAM: President. GEO.W.HYDE Vice Free

Cincinnati or Chicago. -
roughly classified Into four groups- the ,Ir- I : -New York day.
show that
weather bureau
Sheep and swine exhibition In Live
the true aboriginals or non-Malays the temperatures in St Louis during July LOUISIANA PCBCHASE MOJUntEXT,WORLD'S I. Stock section; closes Oct. 15. The First National BankOF
pagan Malays tbe Christian Malays were Just between the extremes re- I- FAIE. 4 New York State and Advertising
Mohammedan Malays. Men's day.
and the corded at New Orleans and St Paul visitors
Negritos,'with enough to occupy the attention of (-Rhode Island day.6Malne. .
The first are the dwarf citIes located at great variance for many days. Nothing to compare Ohio New Jersey and German GAINESVILLE.
dark skins and woolly heads wearersof Louis Is month of day.
August In St a witb them was ever attempted
scanty raiment proficient In the uw and October be-I'i '-W. C. T. U. and Daughters of Con-
cool nights, and September fore. They are the climax of
of the bow and poisoned arrow a rate are the most delightful months of decades of educational work which Is -Chicago federacy Press day.day. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

of nomads and forest dwellers In pagans their the year. It Is that period kn wn as placing farming on a high plane and 10-Cuba's national day. Capital i . . .-. . . .,. . . ... . .. .850,000 00

pure and simple. They live Indian summer wben the foliage and Is making scientific agriculture a pleasing 11 12--Missouri Italian and day.Michigan day. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. . . 29,000 00
stockaded village.
own the Igorrotes birds linger to challenge the coming reality IJ-ConnecUcut and City of Detroit day. Does exclusively a banking Lusint'foi, with facilities equal to any bank in the

Next to them are back to the first winter. Nowhere on the American continent The conspicuous role played by agriculture 1*-A. A. U. Wrestling Championship day. state tjolicis the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,

whose origin is traced is there a spot more delightful at the World's Fair should 15-Mystlc Toilers' day. Etc Interest allowed by special Hrraueement. All businesstra
Here again American Library Association day.
ware of Malay Invasion. World's Fair city, a garden
than the bring untold benefits and wealth to IS-Alaska. Nebraska and Helen Keller acted promptly. .
I we have scanty clothing, of blooming_ flowers and spraying foun the farming community of the world day.19Jefferson. Ml H. E. T A YLORC&&blu

almost to nudity but copper colored tains. and impress all farmers with the Im day. _
skins long wavy tresses pleasant featured like all cities experienced Meeting of Colonial Dames of America.
F I} St Louis portance and dignity of their calling.
; faces and fine physiques even j several hot days during July but her Passing through these colossal build Fraternal Congregational Mystic day.Circle. .

though the stature be small. Among highest temperature recorded was 93 ings studying the attractive exhibits Bankers of the World day and National -

these pagan Malays are the head hunt against 94 degrees registered Council of Women.
degrees and fascinated with the bewildering I
are sav- Poultry, pigeons and pet stock exhibition : .
and the dog eaters. They at Chicago. On McMillan Bros
ers and a by encyclopedia of rural life which is t in Live Stock section: closes
,, ages, yet have their code of laws the same day the mercury rose to 9G spread out before his eyes the World's :Nov. 6.2SClergyman.

*" knowledge of several primitive indus- degrees in Philadelphia and scores of Fair visitor is impressed with the Important I day. I
tries. were reported from in the Dog and cat exhibition In Live Stock
beat prostrations part the farmer plays I section; closes Oct 23.
The Christian Malays produced by New York and Boston. I great world of Industry and every : 26-Nut growers dairymen and silk J

4r the second wave of Invasion are rep- The relative humidity shows St farmer who views these interesting exhibits I I turists congress. ul"l I Southern Copper Works

resented by the VIsayans, a tall and Louis to be about normal Assuming is given a new pride in his vocation i Farmers' mass exhibition.:

handsome race dressing well living in absolutely no moisture In the atmos- If filled with inspiration and impressed I S-Turners'A. A. U. mass gymnastics exhibition.championship. 1-Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

pretty homes skilled in weaving dyeIng phere to be zero and absolute wetness to with new Ideas In harmony j 29 Home missionary convention.A. .

basket making, hat making woodcarving be 100, the relative humidities for July with the progressive; strides that farming I A. gymnastic championships. and General Metal Workers.Old

and other handicrafts musicians taken from the records of more than has been making for the past few I SPECIAL EVENTS FOR NOVEMBER .

L of no mean merit, the one group twenty years. Boston shows 706. New years. The visit will give an insight Convention King's Daughters and
who came early and thoroughly Philadelphia 6S.O. Cincinnati I Sons and National Humane society.
natives :
of York 72 into up to date farming on the most .
4 of the early Collegiate AlumnI.lU5SocIatlon.5Missourl Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
under the Influence C4.G. Chicago C6.9 and St Louis approved plan and will bring new University day.1Interscholastic .

I. Spanish settlers: C6.3. The same degree of heat in two hopes and blessings to the farm. football games. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail :or

Very different are the Moms, who places with different degrees of humidity How properly to rotate crops how to Southern breeding section cattle closes Nov.exhibit: 12. in wire will receive prompt attention at either of thefollcwing

' -v: ijwept Into the islands from the Malay would cause it to seem the get the best results from fertilizing and 10-College Live Stock relay racing.; works .'

_J._ ""-fienlnsnla lust of all, bringing with hotter at the point of greater density.St irrigation, how to protect crops and 12-College football -

them their Mohammedan religion, also Louis may therefore rightly claimto fruit from tberat'ages of insects-all Brooklyn day SAVANNAH
of gunpowder acquired resort this summer 11Association footbalL ,
a knowledge be a summer these and many more things of vital "

with the Koran from the Arabs-T fanatics J positively one of the most comfortable Interest to farmers and fruit growers |I 17--Cross Association country football.19interscholastic championship.. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA
their teachers pirates: >loodthlrsty the ,
like and delightful places on map. are taught at the World's Fair. footbalL .
treacherous and vindictive fel-


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D ash little Child I r ,. ',-.. .. ..-.. -,'. ..'If,I.i: '. ',{ .
; Eva Gladys, the beautiful littlethree .
year old daughter of Mr. and!

ii IN A RAILROAD TUNNEL | died:Mrs.in S. W.this Petteway city at four, of o'clock Dunnellont Monday i j! 0 Hard Man To Beat..

. Inn. I I J
-BY- morning at the Ocklawaha I
'". Ii
, CAROLINE BERTHA QUOITS. { The little girl was sick for several i|i .
.i III :-.;
I j days and her parents brought h*r to II .,
(NoTE.-The following story was written by the shorter route. I.j
this for medical treatment
a young lady who has not lone entered her city ,
teens. Her father has been taking the Ocala "I could see a light at the end of 9
I but all to no avail as the death
f' for number of and we are glad
Banner a
years the tunnel and it
author's first production in as was not yet sunset I ,
to publish young
F the paper she first read.and this paper hopes I thought I would have daylight : angel kept could not be kept away. ..
that she will achieve reputation thai will place
a I
her name alongside ot the south's most brilliant to see by. M r. and Mrs. Petteway have the I, ,
. writers of fiction.-KD.BARSER.J The other boys insisted that I sympathy of their friends in their I|I
"A letter from Uncle Jack, mamma should accompany them but I determined I i berea\ lent. I I I II I

!" exclaimed a pretty young girl, ] not to do so for I thought I I
The funeral took place Tuesdayand
entering the breakfast room with a should get to the other side first and
have a good rest before they joinedme. the little body was laid to rest !
letter in her hand.
at Williston.
"0 indeed what did he ?" I .
,Mary, say I walked along for some minutes '
asked :\Irs.Jackson, smiling, "he says and suppose I was nearly half a mile Good Spirits. : :

he is coming to see us, mamma; he inside the tunnel when daylight gave Good spirits don't all come .from
will be here next Thursday evening." out but I thought I should soon be in Kentucky. Their main source is the

Uncle Jack was a younger brother the light again so continued walkingin liver, and the fine spirits ever madein

of Mr. Jackson, though of an entirely darkness; I had not gone very I the Blue Grass state could not remedy S /t_ ) P ,
different disposition. While his brother far, however, when I heard a tre- : a bad liver or the hundredandone ,
wisely married and settled down, mendous roar which shook the ill effects it produces. You can't 4z:1 ALAC
Jack liked travel and adventure bet- earth on all sides. At first I could have good spirits and a bad liver at "
ter than the quiet life his elder brother not decide what was the cause of the the; same time. Your liver must be

enjoyed and had become what we noise, but admit I was frightened. I in fine condition if you would feel

might term a "confirmed old bache- did not have long to decidefor looking buoyant, happy and hopeful, brightof

lor," for he was now nearly forty ahead of me I saw such a bright light eye, light of step, vigorous and

years old and his heart had never I which knew) to be the headlight of successful in your pursuits You can ;.

been moved by: one of the fair sex. I a locomotive. put your liver in fine condition by us- (fa pyfli .
The elder Mr. Jackson loved his "The engine was running at ter- ing Green's August Flower, the A
younger brother dearly, and when- riffle speed and was almost upon me. greatest of all medicines for the liver x, "s1r!

ever Jack could conveniently do so The bright light blinded me to all and stomach and a certain cure for
he visited his brother in his quiet things else; the tunnel was narrow, I dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena
country home. knew and to run would be folly. I favorate household remedy for over
+ The Jackson brothers lost their pa struck a match as quickly as I could thirty five years. August Flower will The njan) who buys HARDWARE of

rents early and Jack's only near rela- and found to my great relief that I make your liver healthy and active
tives were his brother's family. could lay down between! the ties and thus insure you a liberal supplyof
Jack had several nieces and neph but outside the rails, while if I remained "good spirits." Trial size,25c; regular MARION H RDWARE GOMPANY

ews who loved 'Uncle Jack" and standing the tunnel was so bottles,75c. For sale ,at AntiMonopoly -

though some of them were too large narrow the cars would have mashedme Drug Store. m
now the younger ones liked to climb to pieces against the side of the --
upon his knee and search his pocketsfor tunnel. FOB SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle, -- AGENTS FOR -

sweet meats which they were "I lay just as far from the rails as three Colts, two Mares, household -

sure just naturally grew in the numerous I could get;" "you felt very little, furniture. J. S. LEWIS, "FAVORITE" STOVES AND RANGES
pockets of "Uncle Jack." did'nt you, Uncle Jack," interruptedone
8-261m Irvine, Florida.
Jack's eldest niece was a tall black.i of the little fellows who had beenso CHATTANOOGA PLOWS
eyed girl of seventeen _whose name eagerly listening to his uncle's

was Mary. story. '"Yes, Jennie," said "Uncle I IT'S .
Mary had since childhood looked Jack,' laughing, "I felt very little ELLVVOOD FENCINGA

forward to "Uncle Jack's" visits withpleasure and wished just then that I was even .

and listened with interest to 11 littler; but the train passedme without .

his tales of travel and adventure. hurting me though the heavy FOR Full Line of Everything Carried in
Thursday evening came every wheels brushed my clothes.
thing was bright and warm in Mr. When the train was gone I got up
Jackson's lovely country home; the and started back the way I came as First Class Hardware Store. .

parlors were profusely decorated withferns fast as my trembling limbs would H YOU

and flowers; the table was laid! carry me, but my troubles were not SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING SUPPLIES.

with rare dainties and cheerful yet over for I had not gone far whenI
fires blazed the wide hearths. saw another
upon fiery monster rapidlyapproaching.
Mr.: Jackson himself drove to the D RINK MARIONAHARDWAREACXMPANY:

little station to bring his brother. "I flung myself quickly on

home, and when the carriage at last the ground again, though I was not m- ., >. >'."".-. ...,/4.""''-."'., .:fit".'..I- v'n:.;y.J.'iI'._._, !W .t !.J"\ .'._
drew in front of the house the l :
up as badly frightened as at first; that
children shouted gleefully and ran engine whizzed by me very much the za
down the long avenue to the gate to same as the first one had done and
welcome "Uncle Jack." when it was gone I again arose and Returned from Palatka.

Mary did not run out to meet her started on my way, but the tunnel The baseball team, or rather a I ..
uncle as she was now a grown young was now filled with smoke and gas tion of them, returned home
lady and did not think it becoming to and I was nearly stifled. T went as
afternoon from Palatka, where
the dignity of her years to'do so; but fast as I could and at last as I neared THE GREAT
when all had partaken of the dainty the end of the tunnel the air grew played two games with the Gem

repast and'were gathered around the purer, but if I had had much furtherto team: As already announced I )
big log fire, she was just as eager fora go I don't believe :your "Uncle HEALTH DRINK boys were victorious in the first ;

story as when she was a little girl. Jack" would have' had the pleasureof and the Palatkas won the
After they had talked of the immediate being'with you to-night. ..
subject of family affairs, etc., "Oh, "Uncle Jack" said Mary, "I game. 1
the children began questioning "Un wish you would not make such adventures "m T THE[ C GOOD D OLD The boys had a very enjoyable \,

cle Jack," about where he had traveled for what would we do if we in Palatka and the only kick

and what he had seen since he had no uncle to tell us pretty ed is that they thought the ; ,
was last with them. stories." SUMMER(R TIME.(
was unfair to them in the
"Uncle Jack," said Mary, ")'OU "No, Mary, you need not think I
know you wrote something last summer your uncle will ever prefer walking game. Charlie Moore, Nathan '
about traveling in Europe and I through another railroad tunnel if he ser, Moses Liddell, Fred Vogt \

know you must have enjoyed it verymuch can climb a mountain even though it r' Harry Bullock remained over i 1

for from what I have read of is five miles high." played with Palatka Friday in a j

.. that country I judge it to be very I "When I got out I lay down on the MET T O is a delicious with the St. Augustine! nine.
beautiful and interesting. Am I correct cool, green turf regain my strength

*" and composure. The cool air soon beverage made

"Indeed, I think you are, Mar) I set me to rights and I got up and [PER and ,UA CXA
Switzerland is especially beautiful began ascending the mountain. from ripe Saw Palmetto

and interesting; it is much visited in "When I got outside of the tunnelI _ri .. .
Berries. .
discovered that it Absolutely free '. .....
summer by tourists because of its near .
high snow covered mountains; its dark but the smoke from the engines From harmful ... '":;:J."
drug Motto
made it dark in the tunnel becauseea it ,. > -
glaciers, which creep down into the .t-: '"
green valleys, its glacier-made lak could not escape rapidly."I stimulates the Liver
and its beautiful waterfalls." was about"one mile behind my FUNERAL

."And, by the way, I think I can companions for one has"toolinlb slowly flushes the Kidneys, acts
tell you of a little experience I had when climbing a mountain. DIR ECTORS.Have
in one of the railroad tunnels under "I was not long in joining them on directly on the Bladder. _
the Alps." I the other side, but I was rather -

They all settled themselves comfortably ashamed to confess. that I had not Makes the organs perform a full stock t 1 of Collins (Ii.

in their chairs in anticipation I come through rife tunnel after I had their functions in and Burial Outrits. Special given o'f
been so determined to do a
of a real good story for when so. Burial Cervices.
I "Uncle Jack" told a story they were "Well dear, that will do for you to natural I way thereby
good ones. dream of tonight and I'm somewhat Embalming to Order

"A' tired from traveling all day, I shall the
;ell, he began, "with several keeping system in a s
t other fellows and a guide, we started seek my rest in dreamland.
out one fine day to see some of the "I will tell you some more about perfect and healthy con VIIITE'SCream:

beautiful sights we had. heard so my experience tomorrow, so good -
much about. night, and pleasant dreams." dition. : : : : : : Vermifuge

"We climbed a mountain in the Several soft child arms were clasped Sold by All Druggists.

t morning that was not very high, butit around his neck, and childish :. THE GUARANTEED :
afforded a delightful view of the kisses rained upon his sunburnedcheek (, \,

E valley below and the lovely glacier- f.
,. made lakes, but we decided to continue When the little ones were tucked 3 %WORMREMEDY !

: our journey to the foot of the away in their little *white" beds Jim 1 $500. A1Y8}' s
' mountain. We saw many sights, mie murmured to his little brother, I k(
t who Write ns or ask an rr i
strange and beautiful to us, and it sleeping with him: Alabastine dealer for ,
k was rather latewhen we at last started "Ralph, wouldn't'you' almost fall particulars and Free sample card of ,.f
back. Uncle Jack w skilled Rn'cQ."e TONIC.

k "The distance, including heightof in that terrible tunnel if hen GENUINE BEWARE or PREPARED IMITATIONS.THE ONLY BY
the*mountain, was six or eight was'nt here with us safe and sound, I THE SANITARY WALL COATIN3.: Ballard-Snow Liniment CO.ST.

a miles and climbing np the mggedmountain "Yes, Jennie," said Ralph, "I could I [Never Destroys rubs disease or scales.germs Yon and can apply vermin.It LOUIS. MO.AntiIonopoly .
scarcely help but wonder i
side was no untiresomejourney when -aix,, with cold water. Beautiful effects
he was telling us about it if he t., 0 n walls and in white anddehcate tints. Drug Store.
but we had rested ho was 'OT a disease breeding out-of-date
waiting for us on the other side of rthe really or not, but of course :hewas'nt Shot* : ads water beans glue; fanciful preparation.names Kalso-and {
mountain. orhe conld'nt come to seethe us, f !.-.->:"d with hot water are stuck on with UtJ1l !
J you see." Sire which rots nourishing germs of Study at t Home c.f S"
"A railroad tunnel under I ..
1 ran f l .c uly diseases and robbing and seal. Leant ,
ic.., spoiling walls, ears- With the Tablet more and
mountain which \ ; clothing and fnrni- Hone Study Lessons need 'j
and half
one .
was a !
Reuben Bowden < :lre. Buy AlabuUne m a Ib. pkgs. karthomeorempioymcnttolearnBookkeepingA i t h :
miles long and as it was five or !nephew ofJ. E. fI I J properly labelled, ot paint, hardware Algebra Phy,1cLanetc,Geometry.,Grammar Rhetoric literature Nut
I '-:;d drug dealers. Leaflet of tints,! Teuhersaldedtopassetaminadonsp .8
t Bowden ?
died at St. ijxess.
six miles over the mountain and a Lukes hospital in I \"Hints on Decorating"and our artists'I Citcukrs&Mdress.l.i m >(ptUUa.' .
Jacksonville \ .-'as free. lUBASm! CO.105 ttta SL,11,| .
tiresome road to climb Thursday night the
rough, or descend .re trod 1al.1J.ut. FOLEYSHONEY
so I decided that I would take sult of a street car accident. I I I -
For sale by Mdver&Mackay H. B. Masters. .to i-the cow' hendhealsInns *

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; of the Scuppernong NOTICE OF ELECTION. ]teioay in the courts of Reoord. and bill "'SectIonO. The Legislature shall not- NOTICE OF ELECTION.To S NOTICE

I j criminal cases oririnati&f in the Or 'pass special or local laws in any of tht

! [f,> Grape." Whereas, The Legislature of 1903.) un- t suit Courts. The court shall have the poir :following enumerated cases; that is to say, of the of In the Circuit Court. Fifth Judicial Circuit of
, eer the Constitution of 1S85 of the State of I it to issue writs of mnnfltinni, certiorari, :i regulating the Jurisdiction and duties of.. the Sheriff of Marion county, state
! United States department of did resolution class of officers or for the punishment Florida: Florida County.In .
The Florida p ua seven Joint prohibition quo warranto. habeas oorpu* 'any .
[ proposing amendments to tho Couitttutlcn ;and also all writs necessary or proper ta I of crime or misdemeanor: except for the t BE IT K. OWN. THAI of state I. H.ot CLAY the slate CRAWFORD of Re Proceedings to Establish Tax Certificates

Agriculture is Investigating the scuppernong of the State of Florida, end the lame were .the complete exercise of its Jurisdiction.Each enforcement of special local laws regulatins Florida[ ,do hereby Secretary Rive notice that a General Nos. 7777 and 2780. of Sale December 2d, A. D.,

t with view of determInIng tcml to by a vote of three-fourths of all of the Justice shall have power to : the practice of courts of Justice: i Election will be held in Marion county state
r grape the members elected to each house;, that ,Issue writs of habeas corpus to any part providing tor changing venue of civil and ] of Flonda on Tuesday next succee'in the iS

I the best varieties, methods the vote on said Joint resolution were entered of the State upon petition by or on behalf criminal cases; granting divorcee' changing ,, first vsonday in Noember, A.D. 1904.the said To August Hoack and all others whom it may

. upon their reapectiTe Journal. with ot any person held in actual custody, and the names of persons; vacating roads; Tuesday bing Concern:

i of culture, pruning, training, etc., as, real and naye thereon and they Old determine -may make such writs returnable before Bumznocing and Impaneling grand and petit Eighth Day of AortmJier, VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT

I and direct that the said Joint resolution -himseif or the Supreme Court or any Justice -!;juries and providing: for their compensation For five presidential f'1eor. .1. W. Allsop,by his attorney, Carlos Si.-
! well as the uses to which the fruit can be ttbmttted to the electors of the thereof or before any Circuit Judge.!I : for assessment and collection of For one representative the 1st congressional trunk E. has this day nled in this L bit

: Bute at the general election In November and when not returned, to the Supreme taxes for State and county and municipal district of Florida in the fftynint congress establish Tax Certificate cur No
f be put. One of the feat ores of the ISO*., Court an appeal to that court shall al purposes: : for opening and conducting elections I of the United Sttes I IUe December 2d, 1895. for unpaid taxes 2.

Now therefore L, IL Clay Crawford. wa.3Le.. for State and county and mun.lclpaJomcers. For governor state of Florida. year 1894 and the costs on the northwest
which is .considered of I .
For of state of the state of quarter southeast and
! Secretary of State of the Stats of Florida. Section: n of article f of the Constitution, aDd for'designating the places of 1 For attorney secretary general ol the state of Florid southeast quarter qure section south hall of

particular Importance is the locating I II 110, hereby fire notice that
I GENERAL ELECTIOX as to read as follows: I I to minors. estates of decadent and ot For trrasurer of the state of tlord. Tax Certificate No. 2780, > December 2d.
of vines of this type, either wild or I "Sec. 11. The Circuit Courts shall ban persons laboring under legal disabilities; I For superintendent! of publc ot 1895. for unpaid taxes for year 1894 on the
I win be held ta e& A county In Florida on I exclusive original jurdJsdlotlan in all easel,.regulating the fee of officers of the State I the !ate of 'iorida.Forcommisioner. northeast quarter northeast quarter of
I in cultivation, that are known to excel -i Tuesday next wcceedlns the first Monday in equity. Also in all caeca at law not'or county or munIcipalIties: giving effect' of agriculture of the state 26. township 17. range 24. containing 40 ace son

size color la November, A. D. 1904 the said Tuesday cognizable by inferior 'courts, and in al]:'to Informal or invalid deeds or wills; legitimizing of Flord. land. The petition states that this prpryw.
r in productiveness, or justice of the supreme of the assessed to the above named
feeler the
I cases involving the legality of any taT. assessment children: providing for the adoption state of Florida for six years. cur the date of sale; that these certificates
quality of fruit, or in some other important EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER. or toll; of the action of eetmeDc.1and of children* relieving minors from legal For three justices of the supreme.court oi the issued to the said petitioner;but that they were were

f': (or the raCflcaUoa or rejection of the nldlotot of an actions Involving the titles oi I disabilities; and for the establishment of state of Florida lost or destroyed at 1 time unknown to the peti-
particular.In resolutions pfopoelnff amendments to I boundaries of real estate, and of all criminal frrrtea" For one railroad commissUner for the state toner; and prayer is made that the aid certifi

Constitution th State of Florida,, caees not cognizable by inferior courts: Section H article 2. of the Constitution ot Fonda ctc may be re-established in accordance with
the ct
this connection the [viticulturist and original Jurisdiction of action of forcible of the State. of Florida to bsMby amended of the house of representatives the statute in such cases made and provided

111: entry, and unlawful detainer: and of IOU to read as follow: ot the state of Flonda. and according to substantial copies of the certi
of the bureau of plant industry, who -. such other matters as the Legislature may I -Section 9t Tbe Legislature shall establish For county judge. ficates.attached to the petition filed.
t has the work in charge, will be glad ARTICLE %1.1. provide. They rihall have final appellate a uniform System of county government For for sher.I the circut court.I others whom u may you concern August, ale Hoack.hereby and noti ill

Jurisdiction In all civil and criminal caae4!, It shall divide: nosJcipaUtla into For county.assessor of taxes. fie that von are required to aooear .fort th*
L to receive reports on such vines from --- arising In the County Court. or before thAI'classes of not more than four on the basis For tax collector. W. S.Bullock.Judge of the ;
That:: the following amendment to tn, '(bounty Judffa and of all mt.demea.non'Lnd of population; it shall establish, for I Forclntylrelsurer. his office in Ocala. Mano sidC r.i

persons who know of their existence Constitution <)f the State of Florida be. civil eases tried in the Courts of Rec-.neb class a Uniterm system of government supenntendent public instruction. Wednesday,the 28th day of September, A. D..

and the same is, hereby agreed to. and] >rd. of judgments or sentences of any Im ; it shall provide for the r- I For county surveyor. 1004.or wherever el he may be found on that
stating the facts regardingfthem and shall be submitted to the electors of the !ilclpal court and of all case arising before :i Incorporation) of each now existing municipality For five county cmmis'oner date.should to not show why the said certificate*
Plate' at the general election In November j Justices of the Peace in counties In' For three members of the coutny board of b retblishe.
I merit that have and for the incorporation ot.eb Witness
the of special seal this tSth
points 1904 for ratification or rejection. I which there is no County Court, or Court public instrction ofcl
of .
hereafter day
to be incorporated municipalityinto !' in and for the follow- July.A 1904: /
Forjustce peace
Section 6 of article 8 of the Contlti- :)f Record and supervision and appellate
in them.Correspondence ,
| been observed one of scab classes, and BO law reilatlng in emetic viz: S.T.SISTECNK.
j jurUdlctlDn: of matters arising before County distrcts.
Uon of the State of Florida Is hereby to the creation: government or Number Cietk urcuit
such I: Judged pertaining to their probate juris pow.'vs one By Niel A. Weathers c.r.
regarding amended so as to read as follows: of any municipality or number of cminScipaUties Number D.C. .
'diction to the estates and interest of
vines should be addressed to GeorgeC. for Section the election 8. The by Legislature the qualified shall electors provide ol I minors and of such other matters as thi! shall be valid.less than the whole of a class Number Number four.three. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4-

Husmann, viticulturist, bureau of each county of the following county officers -,Legislature Court and Judges may provide.shall have The power Circuit tfl ji;! Section 8, article 8, of the Constitution ot Number Number five six., NOTICE
: the State of Florida is hereby repealed. *
issue writs of mandamus, Number seven.
plant industry, U. S. department of A Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. warranto, csrliorari. prohibition injunction habeaj qua!I'I Number eight. i

Constable a County Assessor of Taxes a .and all writs. !l i The votes cast in compliance with said Number nine. Notice oi Application for Tax Deed Under Sec t
agriculture, Washington, D. C. I County Tax Collector. a County Treasurer,. corpus to the complete exercise proper of their necesaarj jurisdiction. proposed amendments, and the canvass, Number ten. ton S of Chapter 458, Laws of Florida. f
I of Public Instruction and declaration Number eleven.
a Superintendent ." and returns thereof shall be
The department will, upon applica- a County Surveyor. Section 2i! of article 6 of the Constitutor subjected to the same regulations and re- Number twelve. \TOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS
boxes The term of office of all county officers |etrictions as are provided by law for gen Number thirteen. i> V. Miller purchaser of city tax certificate
tion furnish special mailing of the State of Florida is hereby amended Number fourteen.
mentioned In this section shall be tour: read follows ,eral elections in the State of Florida. fifteen. No. 5. dated the 4th day of November A. D.
so as to as :
and franks with which specimens of years except that the term of office of "Sec. 24. Upon the application of a maJority .i\ In testimony whereof, I have bereunte Number sixteen. A.1895 D. has filed said No 337 dated September j.

the County Assessor of Taxes County Tax of the registered voters of an:,, set my hand and affixed the great seal ot I Number setent en. and 19 application certificates for tax deed in my ofcc,
choice varieties can be forwarded tote Collector and County Treasurer, shall be county in this State the Legislature shal, the State of Florida at Tallahassee: the I i Number eighteen. in acc.rdance with law. Said certificates to :em.

for examination for two years until the general election In establish in such county court of rec.'capital this the first day of August, A. IX I Number nineteen. brace the following descnbed property situated

,viticulturist November ISoG at which election they also ord. and there shall be one Judge for eacl 19O.!-. Numper twenty. in Marion county Florida, twl
shall be elected for terms of four (L. S.) H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Number twenty-one. Southwest quarter ot ',
without cost to the sender.A years of the said courts who shall be a practlc-1 Number twenty-two. blok 2 add oa
to Ocala and
each, and thenceforth all county officer:' ing attorney at law, and who shall be appointed -| _Secretaryof State. Number tweut -three. west corner: lot commencing 6 E.G. 10 feet east luth.
named In this section shall be elected for by the Governor and confirmed by'' Marion Connty. Number twentyfour.Number Smth's addition cast S
To Perry H Nugent, Sheriff feet. north ioo feet west 50 feet, south
Cold' Settled$ in His Kidney.A. terms of four >ears. Their powers. duties the Senate and who shall hold his office, twenty-five. The said land being assessed al the 10 Gate ot
and compensation shall be prescribed b>' for four years. The annual salary of the Number twenty-six. the issuance of such certificate i in the name of

L. Jennesse, 9201 Butler St., taw. Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly I Number twenty-siven. parties unknown and Shack Phillips Unless

[ switchman by th .,county where such court la eS.1tabUsht'd'and [ Number \entyeighLNumber said certificates shall be redeemed according to
Chicago writes: "I am a twenty-nire. law. tax deed will issue
ARTICLE XXII. shall be as follows: In counties -; UNIVERSITYOF thereon on the ijth
kinds of weather. Number thirty. day of September. A. D. 1904.
and am out In or less than fifteen thousand popula-i Number thirty one.
I Witness official
That the following amendment to thE my signature and seal this
tion, one thousand dollars; In counties of constable in and for the following justice
settled in For the loth of
I took a cold which my Constitution of the 3tate of Florida be from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand districts.iz. : day August, 1004

kidneys and I: was in bad shape. I I and the same is hereby agreed to, and population. sixteen hundred dollars: In Number one. 8 13 Clerk Circuit Court S.T.Marion SISTRUNK.CoFit..
remedies with ehall be submitted to the electors of thE'counties of from thirty thousand to tort)'-) I Number tWI.
tried several advertised State at the general election In 1504 for five thousand population, two thousand Number three

no benefit, until I was recommendedto ratification or rejection. dollars; and in counties of more than forty-i Number four. NOTICE.In .
Section 8 of artlcVa, 12 of the Constitution i five thousand population. twenty-four hun-i Number f.e.
Cure. Two- Number .
try Foley's Kidney Is hereby amended 00 as to read aa follows:: dred dollars; and all Criminal Courts of, Number seven. .

thirds of a bottle cured me.-Sold by Section 8. Each county shall be required I Record now established In this State shall. FLORIDA Number eight. I the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

m to assess and collect annually for the support upon the adoption of this amendment, bee', Number nine. of Florida in and
Store. for Marion
Office Drug
Post of public free schools therein, a taa come: and be Courts of Record as herein' Number ten. county,
of not less than three (3) mills nor mon) provided. and all officers of such Criminal \ Number eleven. in Chancery.-Divorce.

"Summertime down by the Sea." than seven (7) mills on the dollar, of at 1 L Courts of Record shall be officers of such Tumber twelve. Janie Morgan Plaintiff, vs. Walter Morgan

taxable property In the same. courts and discharge the duties and receive'the Number Number thireen.. Defendant

l title of new and [ emoluments of such until the expiration!! foureen
This is the a magnificent umber
: ARTICLE XXIII. ()f their present term of Office." I Number ffteen. Lr IS ORDERED THATTrfH DEFENDANT
'" and chorus written by Section 25 of article 5 of the Constitution fIRST C LSS PROVISIONFOR Number seventeen. herein named Walter Morgan be and he is
song That ,the following amendment to the' hereby required to
appear to the bill of
'of the State of Florida Is hereby amended Number eighteen. complaint
remarkablepretty Constitution of the State of Florida be and in this cause on or before
Alfred J. Doyle, with ba'lubmltted 'BO as to read as follows: Number nineteen. I
the Is hereby agreed to, and shall "
; same I Number twenty. Mundar the
"Section 25. The Court of Record shall! srt dan of OcMnr. A. D iw
chorus. to the electors & the State at1
Number twenty-one. ,
waltz .
f the general election In November. A. D. ,Lave! exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal I BODY- New Gymnasium Number twenty.twO.Number It is further ordered that a copy of this order
'cases, not capital which shall arise in aplen iidly Equipped
cnORCS.'In 1304. for ratification or rejection. twenty-three. b once a week for eight consecutive
'said county and of all cases at law In Number twenty.four. week the Ocala Banner.
Section 18 of article 5 of the Constitution A Large IflcuUyoltost
biimmertime down by the sea, to'which the demand or value of the prop-f! MIND' Scholarly SpeciahsteMORAL Number twenty.fve this the isth day Of July A. D. K04.
hall be and Is hereby so as
erty does not exceed thousand dollars Number S.T.SISTKCNK.Clerk .
one twentysi.
The only real place boys for me, read as fallows: ,\and.' concurrent with the Circuit Court C Our u'tto: I Number Circuit Court.
and there Section IS. The Legislature may organize I SiindMorali'heRasiof > Number twenty-eiht. EDWIS SPESCEB,
shall have exclusive
Take a ride on a trolley jurisdiction of proceedings
: Good i'Hizenship. Complainant's .
counties It think Number twehty-nme.
In such as may proper j S1lctor
to forcible
entry and unlawful -
before dark, County Courts which shall have Jurisdiction | |I Number thirty. 6u.Sw.J'
to dreamlandor of all cases: at law in which the de-t detainer of lands and tenements. i!, Aiirsss: THE: PRESIDENT, Lake City, Fla.f ." Number thirty one. set C
Take your sweetheart I Section 26 of article 5 of the Constitution In testimony whereof. I have hereunto .
rnand or value of the property Involved of the State of Florida is hereby amended : my hand and affiixed the great seal ,
to Luna Park. exceed five hundred dollars; of ) of Florida. at
hall not BO as to read as follows: I' j I of the state Talahas
In summertime down by the sea, proceedings relating to the forcible entry| "Section 26. There shall be six terms I ji. s,[ .ee.the capital this. the'frt

"Ste place where we all like to be; or unlawful detention of lands and tenements .of the Court of Record In each year." I t S&tember.A 1904.CRAWFORD the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cirui

and of misdemeanors, and final appellate -|'I Section 27 of article 5 of the Constitution Secretary of State of Florida.)a and fot Manon uuty-In

Where the breeze softly blows, Jurisdiction In civil cases arising in of the State of Florida Is hereby \4fuJLLflT I To 9-a Perry H. Nugent. Sheriff Marion County. Chancery.
Justices of the Peace. :' \ f
of the
And where everyone goes, the courts amended so as to read as follows: _.
The trial of such appeals may be de novo.; "Section ?:7. There shall be for each! ; - W. C Cleveland, Cmplinant vs. Bcrnice B,
the i
4* In summertime down by sea. at the option of the appellant The County. Court of Record a Prosecuting Attorney, : EXP SS ?# rnR ; NOTICE. Barr al., Defendants.

By sending I Judge shall be the Judge of the County''to be named the County Solicitor who IT IS ORDERED TH'TJTHE
Price 50c. per copy. Court and shall be an attorney at law. ''shall be appointed by the Governor and \ PRtPAID K 20:7 1 herein Bernice B. DEFF D.\N

in stamps to the Theatii- There 5hal1 be elected by the qualified( confirmed by the Senate, and who shall _' Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of \v. Barr. name. hereby required Bar Rr
S'xs postage
electors ot: said county at the time when'hold office for four years. His compensa'tlon .." ,.. Chapter "SS Laws of E'loridaNOTICE in the bill of complaint in ibis cause tOIP\11

cal MusIc Supply Co., No. 44 West the said Judge Is elected. a. Prosecuting Attorney shall be fixed by law." r-2 e.,.;:::.:!:\ "tIJ", ,:. P.t IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT.W N. fore b

be for said county who shall hold office I, Section 2S of article S of the Constitu- ;J11&L.s '..'l"p.-t '-! -:' A'I Oliver For.purchaser;, ta1.erti [onjjy, Hie 5/A, Jay uf Sipl-tmtier, .1. 0. /oiH.It -
25th t.treet, :cew York, a copy will for four years. His duties and compensation ,tlon of the State of Florida Is hereby I 4.r'i". cate No. 17S3.dated the 6th day of Aug.A,D. ioo, L.further ordered that a copy of this order
shall be prescribed by law. Sucb'amended to read follows \ Io\ : :if. ,"f. has filed sid certificate In my office and has be published once a week for four consecutive
dent post paid. x as as : 11? '<11Jj!; made application for tax de" s to issue in accord weeks in the Ocala Banner.
courts may be abolished at the pleasure oi t// "Section 2S. All offenses triable in tha '" QIT'' ). Jr ,. QTSASO. ance with law. Said ceri kate embraces the Done this 28th day of |July A. n. i.
the Legislature. {Courts of Record shall be prosecuted upon ( following described property situated in S. T. SISTKBNK.
George S. Boutwell, oue of the Provided that all County Judges .holding(!Information under oath end may be filed $ \ $ Manon county, Florida.towit: Clerk Circuit Couit

said office at the ratification of this amendment !at any time, whether the court is in 14- 7, \ "' Northeast quarter of southeast quarter and TCLIS E. BIGGS. By Neil A. Weather 0.
\-:2t. C
founders of the'republican party, has 1 I shall continue in the exercise of the Scion or not, by the County Solicitor, but southeast quarter of southeast quarter section Complainants Solicitor 7 J

duties thereof according to their respectiv e'the' grand Jury of the Circuit Court for ,- --l\J\ '? :I .: 36 township 16 range 24. -
JudjParker. ; ,
declared that he will vote for : .. The said land being assesed at the date ofhe
commissions and until their successors ar' the county In which said Court of Record ;:-..; .' ... issuance of such certificate in the name .
Mr. Boutwell was secretaryof duly qualified and provided further, thf Us[ held may Indict for offenses triable in: i '! \. .... Brown. trustee also L A. Griggs and J. S NOTICE
when any County Court shall hereafter L the treasury under Presidem established in any county In this State, th such indictment, the Circuit Judge shall {- dee "ed ace'rding to law tax deed will issue
/- 'Jr.,,, ._. the day of Sept. A. D. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
County Judge of said county shall hold hi:3ommlt: or ball the accused for trial in ; -.Ift1 thereon on 19th igoj.
I'[) Grant, governor of Massachusetts, office and perform the duties of Judge o::f the Court of Record and the County So- '" Witness mv official signature and seal this the Florida. Marion county in Chancery.
16th of A. D..
senator and a memberof i the County Court until his term of offici e elicitor of said court shall immediately file .'4Pf. [ d] Aug. 1904.S r. SISTRUNK. John S Pedrick, Complainant! vs. Howell I

United States i shall ex ire.t therein an information based upon such I .',..'('"III 8 19 Clerk Circuit Court }!ron Co.. Fla. Pfll- __ ft_at'. ._!.u-ro.,..'c.
In (, TT IS .
the lower house of congress. -- =-- I ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS
L herein named. Charles S Albeit
XXIV. the tlKh
his reasons for preferring I Indictment! upon which information I NOTICE. Hirsh and Berald L. Tim doing
giving That the following: amendment to the (accused shall be tried. business under the firm an style of

Judge Parker to President Roo&evlt, Constitution of the: State of Florida be, and Section 29 of article 5 of the Constitution Cnas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 \\'. Chas. S.Hirsch l Co., be and they ne hereby
is hereby amended Application for Tax Deed Under Section 801 required to to the b'll of In
the same Is hereby agreed to and shall (ot r the State of Florida IpPr -ompUinl
"I with Bay St. Jacksonville, FlaLUMBER &3. Laws of Florida. said
sayi: am Chapter 4 cause Monday, thefithdaIlUI&ptemlierA.D.
GovernorBoutwell follows:
be submitted to the electors of the Stateat I so as to read as bfore
I hae the general election In 1904 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County NOTC IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT If M. ..1904,
the democratic party because where a Court of Beo- .. purchaser of tax certificates Nos. further ordered that order
in county this
or rejection: (Court any .- -- --- 420 and 946. dated the and day of June. A I i a copy ot
in regard to"fte Article 9 of the Constitution ord is established." be published once a week for four consecutive
made a distinct decision That section 10 of c 1).. 1902 has filed said certificates in my omce the Ocala Banner.
of the State of Florida Is hereby Section SO of article 5 of the Constitution and has made application for tax deed to issue week

Phillippine policy, and whatever amended so as to read as follows: c ot the State of Florida is hereby amendedso -in accordance with law. Said certificates em ISEAL 2nd day of August S.T., A 0.1004. ,
State shall to read as follows: brace the following described property situatedin 1 SISTRUXK : -
domestic Sec. 10. The credit of the as Clerk
.T may happen in regards to not be pledged or loaned to any Individual, "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of Marion half county of northeast Florida,to-wit: section 26, 8-5 By NEIL H WE Cnuit.Cr. .
unfortunate corporation or association: nor :Record shall be elected by the electors of quarter H. L. Anderson Complaints Sohfltor.
ft. affairs nothing can be so company, township 15. range 19. and north half of northeast -
shall the State become a Joint owner or 1 the county in which the court is established quarter oi southeast. quarter section 5

:: this transformation from a republic stockholder in any company, association or I and shall hold office for four years township 15.range 22 .
: a* corporation. The Legislature shall not authorize ,and his compensation shall be fixed by The said land tt-ingassessed at the date of the NOTICE -

-. to an empire. Therefore I do not any county, city, borough, townshipor law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the KOVGII and issuance ot such certificte in the name of un

democratic Incorporated district to become a stoc& ,executive officer of said court: his duties known and C.Phillips. Unless said certificates
: aboutwhat the 1)11 F.'E1) shall be redeemed according to law. tax: de In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Circuit
myself Judicial

concern association or corporation -
holder In any company, and fees shall be fixed by law. w issue theron on the 2oth day of .,
do but I am satis- or to obtain or appropriate money Section 31 of article 5 ot the Constitutionof 1 Set A of Flonda. and for Marion County,

party may ; for or to loan Its credit to any corporation the State of Florida. is hereby amended and witness my official signature and seal this fn Chancery.

fled that they will not sacrifice the association. Institution or Individual except so as to read as follows: Dry Siding, Flooring Ceiling. the I7th day ofAug. A. D., 1904... )t. B Lanier, Complainant,vs. Jennie Lanier,

that the Legislature may authorize municipal -I "Section 31. All rules of practice governing S.T SISTRUNI. Defendant.
nationfcby leaving a relieve from municipal I m7.i9 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co., Fla.NOTICE. .
honor of I corporations to the Circuit Court shall be applicable to

The republicanshad taxation for euch period of years as.the Courts of Record, and all laws relative B. H. Seymour TT X IS ORDERED THAT THE DEEXD.'s
I herein named, Jennie
great opportunity. to the municipal authorities may seem to Criminal Courts of Record tshall apply Ii i hereby requited to tnie bill of

opportunity but they neglected proper any manufacturing enterprise that to Courts of Record. Changes of venue 1 plainant in this cause on or before Monday cm
a great the said municipality.I Ocala Fla.ADMINISTRATORS' .
locate within to ,
ot Record
may ( be had from a Court an- t
may jM day of September, A.
it." but no such exemption shall be for a other Court of Record or to the Circuit .. maE REGULAR SEPTEMBER EXAMINA- It is further ordered that a copy D.I9J order

\longer period than fifteen years. Court of another county for the same J.tion for teachers will be held in Ocala commencing be published once a week fo eight consecutireweeks

will causes, and under the laws providing for NOTICE- on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. All in the the Ocala Banner.
We hope that a "bad start : ARTICLE XXV. changing the venue from the Circuit Court I white teachers will meet at the Ocala High Witness my hand and official seal this the 2oth
of School building and colored. teachers in Howard day of June A D.
Par- to the Circuit another .
make a good ending. We good That the following amendment to the jot one county in his IS HF.REBVGI\'foS THAT WILt I Academy building. [SEAL] 19 S. T.
Constitution of the State of Florida be' county. The Governor may NOTICE nth. 1904. present to Hon. The questions on Theory and Practice will be CABLOS I. SisrBuc1erk SIIU'1
kerites are certainly starting out badly and la hereby agreed to and shall be suh-'{discretion order the Circuit Judge having Robert Bullock,county judge in and for Marion taken from Me ury'a Method of the Recitations ClGi Solicitor. Crrt I Cr 24
Hon. mltted to the electors of the State at'!'Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any county Florida my account and vouchers for price 90 cents 1& W. B. Drew Co,
enough. In his first speech election In November, 1304. for county to hold a special term of a Court final settlement u administrator of the estate JacsnvUe. Fla.
the general [
and will ask fora dollar will charged to
for the purposeof of M Henderson deceased to law one b
Clark lost all control of his ratification or rejection: of Record of such county final discharge as such administrator. Dated each
Champ which, the Judge of the exaW1De NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR PERMITTO
amended in
shall be trying cases
Section 6 of article 16 this March II, 1904. W. D. CARN.
and when some one in the so am to read as follows: (Court of Record shall be disqualified. W. HRXDERSON. Admr.; 7-.< 4t. f).. Supenntendent. SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER
temper of his Sec. 6. The Legislature shall provide for,Parties to any cause at law in a court of 6 a RUiti of E. M Henderson.Deceased.

audience contradicted one the speedy publication and distribution of:;|'Record shall have the same right to trial. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.A WHEREAS JOHN P. CALLOW,AGENT,

I most resolute and all laws It may .enact All decisions sit,by'Judges ad litem, or by referees as maF, NOTICE.Of U has filed with he Board of County Commissioners .
statements, in the the Supreme Court and all laws and judicial I exist under this Constitution or the laws I i for Marion county, F.L.hi

"trnoll'al language he could employ, decisions shall be free for publication, In references.. cases_ in-L _Circuit...__.-- Courts-* '>.--_.orD&7. .. NOTICE 15 GIVEN THAT ON THE i wine application and beer for permit In Election sell hquo.
-Tthe --- by any person. But no Judgment oz Ule'l' if the Judge ot me "ours u* sow Ube Application For Tax Deed Cnd"r Section I I day of JUDf. A. D 1905 a of said county and state; any citizen of such
impetuous Missouri statesman Supreme Court shall take effect until th'il,| disqualified transfer the cause to the 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida the administrator with wi annexed of the election district may show if any ther

fellow's throat opinion of the court In such case shall b.,I Circuit Court of the county in: which such XJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT W. T.j I estate of Mrs. Eliza desd I will be. at the meeting of the cUI.t be cu
threatened to "cut the filed with the Clerk of said court. | I Court of Record may be." IN Henderson purchaser of Tax Certificate No. I present my petition and final asked Tuesday,the 5th day of Speb 1904, next

if he would meet j Saatton'D of article K of the Constttutlonot I4j8. dated the 4th day ot ApriL A.D, 1898. has ''I lobediscaarged' as such administrator for Marion to the Why such permit should b pate
ear" kohL county judge
to made Hon. ,
from ear of Florida is hereby amended filed said certificate in my office and has I Bulok. 5.
ARTICLE XXYL ot State application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith county, W. E.ALLN. Clerk of the Board County CommisRoneri,
him in the park after the speaking the Constitution so as,to read u follows: law Said certificate embraces the follow Admr.with wi annexe Marion county,
Section 1 of article 5 of Record ehall be F s
to "Section Z%. Courts of described property situated in Marion coun June 23rd,190*. 62
waa over. Dave Hill, who helped of the State of Florida U hereby amended* I II aDOUahed by the Legislature only upon a me ty.Florida

I 10 U to read u follows: majority of the registered towt of northeast quarter, sec-
presidential petition of a Southeast q NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMITTO
Roosevelt in the Section 1, The Judicial power of the court lstabilised NOTICEA.
'I where such township 15.range
place of the county 15.
the president Bute eaall be vested in a Supreme Court, voters .** lon said land being assd 2 at the date of SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER.

I office, bluntly pronounced Circuit Court. Courts of RecordCounty the issuance of such cert cate in the name of E. Deloues-t administrator with w annexe

"fraud" and made it the keynote Courts, County Jodfes tad Justtcej ot the ABTTCLH 2L1V1Ldat party unknown. Unless said ceitificate deed shall will of Ed. Dele gives notice that 01.the 'tHERES THE CARMICHAEL&SOS CO..
according to law tax .
a be redeemed with the Board of County Corn.missioners
c Peace. I am.ndntZ. to BB> day of September, ioo/.
foUowtnjr the i6th of Sept D.
his speech. Bryan Section 6 of article S cf the Constitution the issue thereon on day A z2 for Marion cnty. Pa their appl.
text M his accounts and vouchers to the
and amended. .lion 10, srdcle 8, and section 1904 be will present cation" for permit to sU
I be holding his equilibrium of the State of Florid Is hereby I and the repeal of section I of article .. oi witness my official sigtu lnd seal this the cottatyjndge final settlement and ask for a Beer in Election District tqnor. county and
ixlone seems to so M to read u follows: the Ccciit'V 1lIft of the State of Florida band 2d.day of Ang. A D.I9. discharge. This 9th day of March. 1904. state;any otizen of such election district may
I and dignity "See. 6, Tilt SUpreme Court than haveiDpelIatI to, and shall Nrmhmtttrt .T. SSTRUK A. E DELOUEST show if any there be, it the meeting of
tone agreed 82
and is giving jorttfietioa la &U oases at law, art hmby to the elestors of the BtaU al 1 1I Clerk Cit Court Maro C.F. 311 e 6m Administrator Ftf5Kma the aue be held on the sth day of Sptt.

campaign. We hope things and In equity originating La Circuit Courts,'' election to be held In November. her, 1904. next,why each prit should lo
to the and of appeals from the Circuit Courts incases 'the ffensral .
and lovelier as the aristae before County Juices in maU'[ X a HOI to wit: S T.SIS12Um
trill get smoother to their probate jurisdiction I Sectkm Jfl. article I. of tie Oonstitatloi 10mAT Clerk of the Board of Cnt1 Cm1iur
ten amend
is of Florida, is hereby county Flonda.
The game the estates of the etat
progresses. and in the management of "t .-tbec' arn
to rea.4. ea1gl'ws:
I u of infanja jtnflJiLcasca ot oonricUoa of.so as

young yet.

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PAGE TWELVE -.- . ..,.. THE_ _06AU SANNi __
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A $503 BOND FOR flOPIpS.Th I'' " " " !" "1t1" I IM " "fiTt" "11,711,1" "111111111111111111" " " "1, -

Man Accused of Assisting Safe I _

A Blowers to Be Liberated. I .-...-.
Col. Samuel T. Fletcher returned ..i .,. ., ..,.,.- .....L : ; :,....1.,-. .' ... .. ___ .# -' ..f '' -_- .
from Ocala last night, where he wentto :. : _e. ..:;?j.oJ H: ; _." '-- .; _'_ '"_" ,,""_. 4 lt:i'"'.q_'..>o._"t ... : ( ..._._:
secure bond for A. G. Hopkins, _
who is now incarcerated in the county
jail, charged with aiding and abet- .
ting the safe blowers who have been F 444 TPUTGROCEY "

past operating six months.in south Florida for the

The sureties on Hopkins bond are
John W. and W. D. Taylor, men
who operate a sash, door and blind
factory in Ocala and who are amply
able to qualify for the desired amount. ] :
These gentlemen state that they have :
known Hopkins for ;years and cannot
believe that he is guilty. As soon as ....
,. .,, .
the bond is approved by Shelf Lesley .'. .i.j#- --.- .' .-" "' ".-.' -. .- .-" ---, n M-! 7 l' ,__ "
this morning, Hopkins will be liberated. .....
Col. Sam Fletcher has worked
unceasingly -.-
for his client and it is due -.--..-
to his able efforts that the young --
man will be able to say good-bye to i1 .-..-..
the cell that he has, been occupyingsince .....
his arrest-Tampa Tribune.Mr. ......;;
Hopkins' brother in this city ....0. .
says that his brother was in secret _--
colleague with the detectives who _
.. ...
finally run down the safe blowers and .....
rendered them valuable assistance all j.-- ......
I .., .... .. ---
of which will be fully shown at the I:: .' ... ,- .t. u '""" -.. u"2."". "" c> ,, t"'..r..... '.< .
.a ,, '.' .t.::! .. .' "':"7.., '._. ,- ;>,.'tIt:"" -\oJ. ._- ._ -.at
trial and he will be fully vindicated. ==

Mr. Spurlin Takes the Road.

e After over t thirteen years' connection dif EXPANSION! -

: with the grocery department of
H. B. Masters (formerly Agnew
Company) Mr. J. G. Spurlin leaves .......
that institution today to accept a -4B
--' ......._
with the United
position Grocery Co.,

of Jacksonville. as traveling salesman I Of trade necessarily calls for --. -

Mr. Spurlin will have headquartersin _

Ocala much to the gratification of .......
his friends. His prominence in busi- ......;
ness circles as well as in several \ of stock and -
an expansion in -s.L
,k of the secret orders in our city would F may:

make him greatly"missed should it be ..... .
necessary for him to change his ......'-
place of residence on account of his __ .

" new position. order to meet the demands of 3-
. We wish him success. -
r Mr. Harry H. Lapham, a young fi1N.- ".
fly .....
of considerable in
man experience
. the grocery business, will have charge S business Our _
& our expanding
p of the grocery department of the -
l Masters store, and his friends will be
,-- .....
r pleased to learn of his promotion to .....

f t its head.Death of J. A. Gibson. G.G I. Mr. Jake Brown has gone .

r- Mr. J. A. Gibson died at the home e
9= of his sister, Mrs. Terrell at )lc- G .......
Allister, I. T., Monday. C --tII 4ft '

r Mr. Gibson lived in Ocala for some to the northern and eastern i .
!:! months during the early part of 1903 E(2e -
f' and was an employee of this office. .. ._._...
: His friends here will be sorry to learn ...._

r fit of Mr.his death.Gibson was sixty-five years of markets to lay in a supply of

t'., age at the time of his death, and was Gffl 34
on his way home from Colorado, --
\ when the end came. He left several ffla ....

months ago for Colorado Springs, Groceries of ;
where he hoped to be benefited by 6 every description. 3

the change, but the altitude was too .
great for him, and realizing that his ... ....
condition was becoming serious he # ...", -.

started for home. stopping at his sister's : He is looking for the best to : .

home in the hope that he wouldbe .

strong enough to continue his .
journey.Mr. ...-......

Jacksonville. Gibson was typographical a member of Union.the E Ibe found and that is the class I=- l

and was an gld Confederate soldier. -

He leaves several daughters... and one

son to mourn his death. '- E I of -
Big Turpentine Deal. goods our customers want .

Mr. J. D. Pope, of this county, has G .. .
just purchased:: the immense turpen- && .. ,.'. -4--- --.
tine interests of J. U Hobbs, of the -"- --
firm of Hobbs & Holder, of Rochelle, GtVl.r : and have always found here.
the price paid being ?',000. I -

This property is one of the finest I .
and most extensive in the state, of C : -S 1 _
> ': J{
;: : .. fP !Jjil't ;
its kind. The firm control about 13- i -- ._ 3.

000 acres of finely timbered 'Jands in t :: .- --- -
vicinity of Rochelle and Grove Park, m --s .-
8,000 acres of which are now being ... a ..
:: -. "\ ...
worked with -
great profit. .
The firm will be 1"e. . ,. __- '.
name known as a -- -. '.. .. .. ,, ,-_ .. "' __ .
Holder & a II \ ----- '"
Pope. ,
,,:: _. -... -
Mr. Pope is already a large dealer II "- ..... '::
<: '
in naval stores and is W- t
very success .
o '
-- ; :t .....
: .
ful business man. : . --- -
=44l' "

The Metropolis, on behalf of itself '_' -._-_-,.. "- Mt .- 'L_ -. L..,____ .. .. .. :
'it,. .. / .
; _
and the people of Miami, will extend .n .' ...-2. _'__ _' .1 ._ __:. J'--.'."..; ... .-" .-, ,.""-.'.-.-.'., ', ".'-'.----'p.--" ,,j'm *_ ___
a cordial welcome to Hon. and Mrs. i -
C. M. Brown and Mr. and. Mrs. C. -.. .- '

M. Brown, jr., and join the Banner I ..-4-...
in the hope'that they may be pros ..
perous and happy in their new home, ..-...-.
and that will be there is
they no -4'tIIIif.
I -' -- -. ., .. .
to. "' -
shadow of a doubt.-Miami Metropolis ,' .
.i I ,'I '-'i". .... ,: .'....' ---_t .I

L MEBHONEY Oat cbud "" ,""" tiu1. Xa s'4"4r'4 I ''i l l l " ,i""jla','l" " " " " -....-.-ti ;\


,,,-'Ok.'. ..".'7.;. '.........",-: -1.>'''.ii' ''',_;,.."...." ..,......1!>_.. "" '- :-':- :*, ,-,",,"'-'';_:::'""' ": -;- r-'o.- '''_'''<_'i :; ..... .'..k*....y;. '- 4. '-
. h',: ,&"". .. :.-_",_ : : .,.'r.v.to'r:. .__,..___, J.,4.. .,,....< ..._ '