The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00289
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00289
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I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. 1 I_ i En_ l Route to Sept.Manassas 4th,, 1901.Va., I t I J( D. FULLER.-_' '- _.

:: Prescriptions receive careful : Di: "rIST.
attention. = S Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
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Munroe & Chambliw
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I. crack companies selected to go to J M. THOMPSON.:

--- + Manassas broke camp at St. Augus- PHYSICIAN: AND
---- :t JIT I tine Saturday morning and left at Office over Tea-pot Grocery,Opp, Mont(turn*.
.... i.-"' -ciO'F.7 ;:.:;::. r II I eight forty-five on a special train of FLA.L'DWIN

II twelve coaches over the Atlantic SPEX ER.
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David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE
: Coast
.. Line. We are company A of ATTORNEY-. T.LA W, -

t j.t j.f the provisional Florida regiment (In OCALA, r- -," FLORIDA

f : LANDS. fantry) under command of our own J E. CHASE

Major Mathews The boys were _
"Is he so contrary?" greatly pleased with St. Augustinein OCALA KLPARLOS

I "Sure. Why even the climate don't agree with him." particular but company A always
If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or L. SISTRUNK.
;( --, aspires to higher and better things;
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lease communicate -- _
: on royalty with him.
Mr. D. L. Graham, who is in the Troy Hall came up Sunday from thought we would make,a change so ATTOANEI.AT.LAW.
Room ,
4 Masonic
i t express service at Gainesville, is Stemper spend a few days with his marched on Richmond and when this ---Boildin, Ocala. Fla. 3 8II
visiting his brother, )fr. W. D. Gra- parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hall. city was reached wanted to pitch our Death of a Child.

Office next to Dr. Smith Postoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. ham for a few days. He will leave soon for Lake City, tents on the public square in the immediate The friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.

-.... -- where he is a student at the Unij i- vicinity of a cold drink stand Dosh were
'-"JIII Mr. very much
J. W. E. Cummer, of the Cum- grieved Wed.*
I vcrsity of Florida.I with a little "booze" on the side. nesda"y to learn of
mer Lumber Company of Jackson- j of their
---- But to the
I owing deplorable fact that pretty little
ville in Ocala I daughter, flay
was on Friday and
USA ELIZABETH: RABBIS, Local Editor I The reading club, which has been Hilton Hampton, a popularj we were barred from seeing the town 'The little girl had been' ill
registered at the Ocala House. for
'.;:nh attorney of Tampa, will short- on account of the houses and
having a vacation for the past four -- after a several weeks but her condition

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. weeks, will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Will Knight, who has been 1;, ..? married to :Miss Susie Taylor, heart to heart consultation with the not considered alarming until Mon was

Miss Meta r Jewett. spending the summer with relativesin c< Orlando. Mr. Hampton is a higher authorities decided to shake day and her death occurred at 7

Attorney Himes, of Tampa, was a Valdosta is at home again. Mrs. brother of Hon. W. W. Hampton andB. the vile dust from our feet and seek o'clock Wednesday
Mr. B. W. Blount and family who F. Hampton, of Gainesville and of the more morning. She
pleasant climes in
visitor here on Friday. Knight also spent a few weeks at the was seven years old and the
-- ,- have been in the mountains of North White Springs during her absence. Mrs. G. C: Crom, of this city. "green fields of Virginia" where the the house. light of

F. Miss Ettie Cam is visiting her sster, Carolina for the past two months, re cotton and the apple blossoms blend.
Mr. Louis W. Duval of funeral services
Mrs.:: :\Morgan in Orlando. turned home Wednesday afternoon. The Ocala Bazar- store is keeping Leesburg, When it were held at ,
I comes to sleeping in the 4 o'clock
who has been in Ocala for some time in the afternoon, Rev. L. W.
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pace with the march of time. All
| daytime Private
k Charlie Chazal returned home Mr. Speigner Anderson, manager of summer stocks are being sacrificed has decided to remain in Ocala per. Hampton has RipVan Moore, of the Methodist church, offi

y. Friday afternon from Seabreeze. the Ocala Foundry and Machine and beautiful fall manently. Mr. Duval is a lawyer Winkle beat a city block with ciating. Messrs. P. V. Leavengood,
goods are dis-
; <:. Works, is at home again from a visitto play. See ad on I and his friends wish him great success : Sergeant Pittman a close second. This A. A. Winer, M, M. Little and D. E.
% Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goin returnedhome big on fourth page. I means of course between Mclver
crap games.
#,.... different points in Georgia.Mrs. in the practice of his professionin acted as pall bearers. The
: Friday afternoon from a visit The boys received the little
Hss' Emma Barber left Monday for this city.Stewart enormous body was laid to rest In.the old
f. to relatives at Fairfield. A. H. Marsh and Master amount of one dollar and thirty cents
Bruton, Alabama, where she will grave was covered
Henry Marsh have returned from a Harris of Citra, came down each and some of these boys being she o with
spend her vacation. She lovely flowers, tributes of the
accompanied -
* Mr. A. C. Finzel, of South LakeWeir week's visit to fir and Mrs. Hy Monday afternoon_ and while here reckless in the fascinating game of friends of the
by her mother, who haft the family, who unite
is the guest of Mr. EmmettRobinson l Robinson in Jacksonville.Col. I was the guest of Frank Harris, jr.He how down" look like the proverbial with the Ocala
been in Ocala for some months. Banner in extending
for a few days. will leave next for Asheville
Tuesday thirty cents this soon in the game. their
L. P. :Miller returned homeFriday sympathies to the bereaved
t Dr. F. T. Schrieber went to Sea Miss Gertrude Peyser, who has been N. C., where he attends the AshevilleBoys According to Bradstreets for 1904 family.
F afternoon from a visit to his _______________
breeze Wednesday to spend a few visiting friends at Eufala, Ala., and School. He will graduate from however Asher Frank's rating is way Misssionary
in South Mass
family Carolina. They will Meeting at Martel.
4 days with his family. Columbus, Ga., for the last two that institution! this year. above par.Among ro the Editor Of the
not return home for several weeks Ocala IJItnDcr.Please .
months returned home Tuesday after the new enterprises started
Hardaker of yet. Mr. Arthur R. Gray, son of Rev. announce that the mission-
Mr. Arthur ,
manager ?
noon. Her visit was a most delight on company A street is the loan
I Chas. M. Gray, of St Petersburg, ary mass meeting will be held at
the Johnson-Ray-Clark Company of Mrs L. James Knight has returned i ful one. association composed of
has been sent to the St. Louis Exposition Hampton, Martel church the 4th Sunday in thIs
Martel was in Ocala Wednesday. home after an absence of several Ditto & A. Frank. This
Miss Louise Scott left Monday for two months by the Westinghouse association month instead of the 2nd Sunday as

SI Ir. D. A. Clark, of Martel, is at. months, which she spent at White afternoon for Decatur, a few miles I Electrical company, of has been successful beyond the wild- erroneously stated by your correspondent -

home again after a month's visit to I Springs and with relatives in Gaines from Atlanta, where she will*it enter Pittsburg, Pa., to look after their est dreams of avarice.In I in last weeks issue of your

Hot Springs, Ark. ville.Mrs. Agnes Scott Institute. Mrs Scott exhibits in the electrical building. view of the fact that there were- paper. The program as announcedwill

Edward Badger and her accompanied her daughter and will men behind the range at target shoot be carried out. There will be
Booker Nelson old and -
an respected
daughter, Mrs, S. Potts Eagleton and remain at Agnes Scott for two or Miss Frances Chambers, the oldest Friday, Corporal "Little Willie" preaching Saturday before, 7:30
colored citizen of Ocala,died Mon p. m.
her little daughter have returned three weeks. daughter of fir and Mrs. W. J. Dodson being avery humane creature The public are
cordially invited
day and was buried Tuesday. home from Chambers, gave a very enjoyable and also
.1L--UT- St. Augustine,' where a straight shot with the attend. H. W. LONG.

Mr. Sparkman, a" prominent youngJaw'er (,r r they spent several weeks. )Jr. David S. Woodrow returned party to a number of her young krag, thought that the ball would go Glad to See Soldier Bojs.

home Tuesday afternoon after a friends through the and
Wednesday afternoon. She target kill a
of Tampa, and a son of Hon. poor Orange, Va., Sept 4 1904.
The school teachers examinationfor month's visit to Hot Springs, Ark., was assisted by her mother and Mrs man, shot high. This alone accountsfor
S.1.. Sparkman, was a visitor in To the Editor of the Ocala Banner
Marion county is now taking and St. Louis Mo. Mr. Woodrowalso E. L. Carney and the young folks had his very poor score. The Ocala
Ocala Friday.U I On the road between Richmond and passed through
place in Ocala. Mr. Isaac Stevens is stopped over for a visit to his a delightful time. here
Manassas the boys seeing morning. I was
some apples very gladto
Mrs. K.V. GreeIi has returned home in charge of the white teachers and wife and daughter,who are at Gainesville made
a charge
on see
Mr. and SIrs C. M. Brown same believing some one from home. I am
from two weeek's.\isitto the World'sFair. Mr. J. S. Grantham of the colored. Ga., for the summer. jr., re- them to be the "red eye" of the having a fine time.

She is staying with daughter, turned Wednesday from a visit to enemy and captured same. It is i I MORRIS S3 Oru."

Mrs. C. C. Todd.Congressman Co 1. Nic Barco returned Fridayafternoon Rev. W. C. Lindsay preached a Miami, their future home. They have needless to add that they were

from a three week's visit very beautiful, able and instructive purchased a home and arranged for severely reprimanded for making Miss Frances Louise Dodge, who

and Mrs. W. B.Lamar to his family, who have been sum sermon Sunday morning. Ocala hasa the erection of a new store buildingin such a mistake. has been thesociety editor for the

who have beentraveling abroad for mering at Lithia Springs, Ga. Theyare corps of very able preachers. It is the Magic City and will leave have The boys in as well as all those who Tampa/Tribune for several years, has
come contact with
several months are expected to return now visiting the St. Louis fair. a pity that one person cannot hear Ocala for that place the later part of officers of our batallion speak in the resigned her position and has accept

home October first. them all at the same time. this month.A ed
highest terms of them commencingwith a place in the Tampa school. The
Prof J. L. Wiley, of Fessenden
is our popular and military com- work of Miss Dodge on the Tribune
Mr. William Benus of Bronson,
Academy, was in Ocala Saturday and Miss Ada Stone, who has been a crowd of young people spent mander, Major Mathews down to our

J here on a visit to relatives. His is hopeful that the school under his visitor to Ocala for several weeks, left Friday very pleasantly at Homosassa.In Lieut. Anderson. Captain Nash has won for her many friends all over

Ocala friends are always glad to charge will some day become a Tuesday forherhomein Chattanooga. the party were Mrs. M. A. Starr, the enviable reputation as an excel- the state and her retirement from

I Mrs. lent officer and his services always the newspaper field will be greately
welcome him. second Tuske"ee. Miss Stone is an accomplished musician C. W. Rash Misses Annie Mix are -
in demand at every point where regretted and will be a great loss to
Judge andl rs. W. S. Bullock and and her singing in Ocala was on, Della Strange and Josie Hodge.
decissions and.ability are called for. Florida journalism.
removal of Hon. C. M. Brown J
Conductor 1. A.
their two sons and Gen. Robert greatly enjoyed. Her sister will re- Starr joined the He is by all odds the most popular
from Ocala to Miami will necessiatethe
Bullock have gone to Clay Springs i I main in Ocala for some time yet. happy party between stations and officer in the regiment.One .

for a week's outing. people of Marion and Sumtercounties the day was spent very pleasantly by of the most interesting as wellas
t electing a new state senators Mrs. C. J. Joseph and children who all. laughable features of our stay in

Mr. A. E. Burnett has gone to Lakeland News. I have spent several months at Clear- the acient city was the swell burlesqueon
Mrs Charles Baker
old home at Haverhill, Mass., to water came up to Ocala :Monday Tuesday dress parade. It has held in the

Hon. N. W. Eppes, superintendentof afternoon, remaining over at the afternoon for Troy, Ala., to visit her public plaza Wednesday night by
spend a couple of weeks and accompany
public instruction for Leon county, Montezuma Hotel until Tuesday parents. Mr. Baker, who has been compady A and the Miami boys efficiently Seeds
his wife home.
r connected with the Tea Pot I officered by Sergeant Pitt-
f c and one of its most prominent citi afternoon, when they went to Jack Groceryfor .
man as major of the batallion and cost more-jrieU nore-
c Mrs. Harry of Ga., over a year, will leave about the save ail eijtrlmentin -
: Wright Macon zens was assassinated Saturday sonville to spend a_ few days with Corporal Lancaster as adjutant. It .re 41".FP jjs '

:: who has been with her father, Gen. while returning to his home from Mrs. Joseph's sister, Mrs. Scovile. first of October for Atlanta, where he is needless to say that these soldiers old by Uu>.ail:>!deawrs ndtd8eed 1904*.

Bullock will go into business with his father, covered themselves with f ed Ar.nual postpaid free
i Robert since her mother'sdeath Tallahassee. The deceased was a They will leave Monday afternoonfor glory as wellas *

: \Ja. two, months ago has returned I I soldier in the Civil war and a grandson Montgomery, Ala., to spend and Mrs. Baker will join him there. furnish entertainment for the &L!!cppUcants.FERRY & CO..
Their Ocala friends will
\ regret very entire city both civilian and military. Detroit .
of the
"7 home. of Thomas Jefferson. several months. much to lose them.
.. D. & L.
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t1e'del it+wlae Jh FresyEresa Soathf

ax th.:: tttr .we>> 'lIw a 1'1'twwn aid last t # s' :!_ 20c1-. I i vi: j .

; tK. 1 1rlaye ... ..... & yw Jt te OK* J't Now Tort ** t 8.-A less r i
Lrpltt, jut tttted tot tie jrvx;! f-', 'ITTEWTlnUv
:- a.gQ.a.rt" freqttMflr ti4kea its fire oaf 11dae la d iat4 'nakp.AAf'tw R
$ept. J9J 1tOC, to ... tt, IK- : r 1'
.':wpapo j "W. tt)3. "- o ttoae without x.. JWQ rat MCI, untatrrs atv::;:,.: : L 3

who 1tst.w"1MId U Yooy ,.. a yfoftigid Cleat tie New j>oj>uli/-, ,

to hip tM Lose tto L'oi aM .x w Tt tJf lbard j.riw ee 4>f a cf fM worW J, r w 1*>32,7T7 f/ j 1

T. wWkt t. tie JI\f torgeneral. __ tbhs rta&r B.1Iw'.a fea 5JSS f4jJ J : A.v i3N
W) t priee I.a r 1I M It is
I HuprI, 2f77 aI4 thee T'i i ifjKt absolutely
aVit ie poW of taW, artli f+taurae tMIf year# 4if aierd' fanning J aewe ;! UU2I>; GtnuT cst \ rtk : i necessary that we have

rratrYerbatfwn t.a.M liutthe aM wbffe oott9firattid ryag a&j seatj4&. Jiid B Tarke: ? 1w11JJ i 8Ij ,

fWrida 4W a u4 to "LSitsg" i rroj/s far oora a.Bd *.351. 01..e ,600 Jg>rcxtd fy .
rt4urnipe d to rite lUte fA :iea' ,.,' j the room for fall
+ 3'
$epatof'fahferro, wieoM b.e "1uu'W our and
N WOW; catite aM bo>b wilt! "" ... are rata of %- ; t winter stock \ .
t bardett wQrk'iug i tnr Ls W"J, ;... were ra&ad, fruit aDd veg tabte ',*> York dty. I if kg .

, too, and ate ''Woo aaeo IjMehed Vita ccame a greataroe of re 'ea Mf. I _

zttemltedt'-faaipa'IYmes. :;(/W ,1th a great ootton crop its Toru dcr. Arretted.Et. I I Ierai H which will soon arrive and
F Loots )(4).. Sept ?.Aeth which will m
risautifyl 1 wmto.1y eight. aBl1 t** world to n
+ chef b. titabttd1tb the tJlt larger fju.an1ty than m f before, Uw Crwre
repre fitleg the 't
tate ol ,
i t tCrmnty IJ
t gLow of health &ndaJureOOUJ1)le.xvJO, price will w4 ttok to the low level !." ovrf, fih riff Hcaciufl of f St I ;a-i undoubtedly be the finest and UJ
maktb aJ) WQI wi 'Ixraulifoj, Take Las most ele
;; prevailing a few year a;,o, anti the arrerted three of the tore- ,
: A small do*e of Ifjerbiiie attar tacJi ilqn who have teen partlclpat1ng
othtr lai
meal; it will prevfcutcofiiUOJjHlonandMp great <:101'n'te never larger '*erk$ of Mill Sg&tc, fsaugura" ij stock of

: 4ig-fct what "ouhu'e eaten fide.Mw and are I/ringing prices that toes taft &s-iar, la an aresa, near t hE "i t gant Dry Goods ever m tli .

'r VIm, M, Htout, Midlothian, .'I'fltlnty tv the raiser world's fair mw 4i. Tta arrests WHf i brought to

i' Texas, writer, May 31, WMre In the territory as large a* that of made In the arena Jut before tie fix; Y I
: )>ave iwe J JJerWue in our for Ub of ao exbiW f/a. The Ocala.
family the booth, here and there (:trJdlt1Ql8may men, Fell k
i, ; eight year, and t) jyJ ft the fcxr t l#imfavoraMeMr Robert, Enriqs Aqaeoa and wrentc O, ri; f
a whole the Tor to, were admittfed .
mwicine we ever used for tvnbtfpa.} to bail! .
ration MHou fever and walaria." fcouih's prospect, were never letter

I. Hold(if tiWonoJy| Drug fitore. m and the eyes of the world are turned Urge Attendance at Conclave.' OQ We would advise that UJ .
ta the fair and fertile land CbJcago. Sept 8.-Officer of the f you make '
. Tom W.t on', Advantage, "flowing Wefited railroads ettiinate-ttit bf tb<< your UJ I .
; )Ir. WaUou ha one decided advantage with milk and honey," with a climate m of the week, when the JSfl) rate (1 .

Oft, the other nominees for the; bo mild and even that work in a toil J i ands been, at leant 40,060 person mn tare !S selections early as the line PJ i
1 >>o rich that work brings a rich ticketed from Chicago to Cal will not '
frebtrleney; He ca.nt.llay; anything he ward. re forma It has been the largest; more

hJeaat:m on the btutnp} without {ujuringhJ meet ever recorded for a KnIght Tea> r Q ;
No wonder the jxoj/le of the plat! ccnclare. remain long
north From unbroken. "
thane-ti t-1t.1ion.-MIaml N'ew.., Chicago alon:
.. _.M ___ .. and went are running toward the more than 300 sleepkrs hare been sen i n Bj.
Outh it OckUwthi, .
booth, what cheap and fertile land .
PeU-r made) age W, died at OtkJa.o .. can l>e had in cowmunitios Steel E ;rfUCed |n Price<

waha, Wednesday evtrnfng at ; 30oclo I already New Yoc; L 8.It J8 rejx>rte ;
supj4ied with :
sc'hooU l Church, and that ntel j buirere: today reduced i
: <;:k of malarial fever The remains tran! >ration in price tram ', '
jx facilities,
and betterthan 1) $j2 a tog sad tte ;
were taked tu Crystal River all, with report was KtfJ<:tally credited ,
a in the :
l people -whQ have i Aq AqKo

for int -/ aqq
any omctaJ of 1
the steel i .
xr B.
Ming *n Editor Down. ,, power to wrt' victory from adverse poratlon who would coafirm or des i MASTERS dt

The laineftVlHft Bun announceii that"wild t>anrlf dons* that have never l> '*n wjoaled. I he report '

:, jame Is plentiful" Did our .-Houthern Farm. j'
Schocl Children, strEle...
.. c
ebrt m&l friend other --- -" .
ever in-o .
any '-- ( tcaga Sept 8.-A strike of u I ,
.. klmir-PiinU OonU Herald Not Bt Impoted Uoon wards of 200 cfaoo! ehlWrto 'Hl
was 6
-- Foley & Co.,
Chicago, dared at the
originated Longfellow
Florid U, 0, C. Encampment. school toxda
The Unit r Confederate Veteran n-medy Honey and, and Tar on*account a throat of the and lung lecaaw since the the priscfpal! cl had been transferred Eg(
great *e of the last ter House 93raa
will bold their annual t-ncainpmc-nt merit and rwpularity Of Foley' The children MJ they will cot go TftaI heats You

OcaU.iulletiJi the date' lit changed)) on I offered Honey and Tar many imitations are RChool. until she comes back. RigftL"OCALA
for the ,
genuine. Uk
Tue day NO\'Cf1tlt'f! J6. Foley'u Fcreat Fire [
Honey and Tar and refuse Raging.
D.uCMt of the Confederacy, any imUUtuU. offered as no other of Portland, Ore., Sept 8.-A forest fire b'l

The'J>a ghtfaN of the Confederacy Iparaton will give the same wtis- In threatening the Umber proportions within Is burning I FLORIDA. .
taction. It \\n safest for 1. mile of Hoi-
will be the giuttl of MU: Jonio Wil- delicate children and i brook !)union settlement on the .l 1
p ron< gold I
llama this.afternoon at 3:30. o'clock. Drug Store. by post Office Northern Pacific railroad 14 miles to F;
,_. : m I 1 I the north el n 'rt laud. J J 3 aa: aE<8Ee: :' C3 S

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I L1BO} O 1Y. I Miss Barco Entertains. A BIG BUSINESS DE0L.

Miss Sue Barco was the hostess of -ti---- KEWANEE
Was First Observed in Ocala Last an unusually pleasant little party Tues- j The Marion Hardware Company Buy

,- Monday-Speeches, Dancing, Etc. day afternoon at the."Hotel ,
Savoy. out Hubbard & McDuff, 1
The soldier boys are now at Ma- "'. :'i::
Organized labor had its first formal The guests of honor being Miss Lucile j From .Sunday's Daily i;

nassas. celebration in Ocala last Monday. Ansley, of Thomas\ille,Ga., and Miss j I For a month or more a trade has IlL 1i iJ1 Pijeumatic TanK

Mr. H. A. Ford has gone to Savannah In commemoration of the day the !| Lucy Camp who recently returned been pending between the Marion 51 d

Ga.Captain. =
I postofiice, banks some of the stores I home from Europe. i II Hardware Company and Hubbard & _' in the basement, deliver

Frank Lytle, of Lake Weir, and many other industries and business -{ The veranda of the hotel was ar- I McDuff Hardware Company in this I 1 water through the house ami

. i IIJ in the city firms were closed and the at- ranged very attractively and :Miss I city, and the sale was consummated 1 grounds by force of compressed

, I tat chees Barco received her guests there. She ; in Jacksonville last Friday by the former f.x. _
3Ir. Bob Evins: of Evinston spent joined in the celebration.The II air. It cannot freeze
was assisted by her mother and )Jiss''I the t
Saturday in Ocala. arrangements for the day's celebration absorbing latter. t ?!w or flood the house, and last

I was made the [ Whitfield. Speaking of the deal the TimestTn1, b -- -'
by following i. !i as long as iron pipe. It will
Masters Phil and Ralph Robinsonare committee The first of the afternoon was spent ion says: ;
from the
the local order of furnish water to;.kitchen,

back from Gainesville A. F. of L., viz: J. A. LeSeuer, chairman informally and pleasantly and later a A fifty-thousand-dollar deal was > r bathroom and and laundry, 'i

Rev. L. B. Warren has to At- ; J. H. Spencer, C. C. Sanders, contest, entitled a "Shakespearean consummated in the city yesterday, \ The Old Attic Tank and will throw a strea m
Romance" kept the visitors when the Marion Hardware Company
Pratt )forriY.. li. delightfully -
lanta to spend a few days. Phillips, Alex t means sagging beams, cracked ceilings frethrough a hose to a height of
entertained. purchased from S. B. Hubbard quent leaks and repairs and
Peterson and John Fogelstrom.At j against lines no protection 50 feet.

Mr. Marcus Frank is home from a 9 o'clock a. m. a general meeting ( The story was in ryhme with blanks, & Co., of this city the latter's Ocala I I ;

_ month's visit to New York City. ; of all the local labor organiza- left to be filled in with titles ofShakespear's branch store, including all the stock I
i i Do you know of any reason why the man who lives in a small town, 1
: Mr. J. S. Pedrick tions was held in Union Hall 'and sev- plays. There were ten 5}, and fixtures. j i or on a farm, should not live as comfortably as the city man? -y
of Cornell
was eral instructive and interesting addresses verses the following being a sample: For many years the Hubbard Company I Yet how few country homes have modern bathrooms. and how few
among our pleasant callers I city homes are without them.
. Saturday. "There is i entitled -
tory A Winters Tale has
were made by the different In arousing interest it cannot fail; ; conducting an extensive -I I i The trouble has been with the water supply, but that trouble no longer -

,. Mr. B. W. McDonald has members.At I Two Ijvcrs there were of wondrous fame, branch business at Ocala. The i exists.
accepteda Romeoand J I The Kewanee Pneumatic Tank provides a domestic water works for
JnUei' they were by name. Marion Hardware }
I Company was
4 o'clock
position with Mr. George R. Mc- an interesting ball every home.
He desired to win her, whatever the cost .
Kean. game was played by the Wagearners Tho' fearing it might prove 'love's Labor Lost,' : organized about a year ago, and has I(j t It will deliver Sot and cold water from a well or cistern to all parts of
the house cellar buried in the
and grounds. It can ba: placed in the or
and the Ocalas. So with fear and trembling, all in a fright.He been enjoying a great and rapidly and does not freeze and will last lifetime.
Mr. W. E. Fosnot, of_ Lake Weir, Owing to the lateness aSked her lor her hand 'Twelfth Jfight' ground, a
of growing trade in that dart of the
was the hour of starting, the *
visiting in Ocala game
Tuebday. Monday and was called at the end of the sixth in- ( Thus the course of Ikea love again smoothly ran state. f LOI, IDA PLUMBING eND ELECTRIC COMPANY.
They their
sptnt days as only lovers can
f. ning. The game was witnessed by a In life and la love, 'All's Well That Ends The officers of the Marion Hardware OCALA, FLORIDA.

1 f ,Mrs O. M. Eaton and young son returned fairly good crowd, and resulted in a Well' Company are R. S. Hall, president -
All of the cut for \ DAYTOSA
guests prizes, :IissElo'se FLA.
Tuesday from ai.it to White score of 10 to 9 in favor of the ; T. C. Hall, nee-president; L. i DEAR SIR The Ke-
Izlar : The New
y winning the first handsome Way
Springs. Wagearners.In a J. Knight, secretary and treasurer. I placed two Kewanee Air- wane Pneu-
silver nail file and Miss Camp, I Pressure Tanks in Ormond, matic Pressure Tank"BLAHESLEE" ,
j Miss Anna Mixon left Tuesday for the evening public addresses, an the second prize, a set of shirt waist The new firm has increased its Florida, four' years ago and
capital stock to $60,000 in order to they are giving the best of
F Decatur, Ga., to enter the Agnes ice cream supper and a dance were

: Scott Institute. given in the Armory hall. pins.After the take in the business which was purchased -L satisfaction.The one furnished by you
contest refreshments
were yesterday. plast winter is supplying all
At 8:30 the meeting was called to
t Lee P. Cox has returned after a served Miss Barco's guests were -- the water for a 30-room high
fk: order by J. A. LeSeuer, chairman ..ofthe Mrs. class boarding house, and is
Clarence Mrs. I
hurried business Camp, Mrs. Jack Carney Entertains.
visit to Ocala.- perfectly satisfactory.
Tampa Herald. committee on arrangements, who Camp, Misses Lucile Ansley, Lucy Friday afternoon Mrs. Jack Hiers, I recently made plans for a !
i gave an outline of the growth of the prominent St. Paul man and
Camp, Eula Lee and Izlar of Jacksonville
Eloyse was the guest of i specified two Kewanee Tanks.

r Miss McCarthy has returned home order in the United States, but his re Johnnie Liddon, Emily Ford, Esther honor at a charming little"at home" I Egiven was greatly prejudiced _

from Pablo Beach, where she has been marks were confined especially to its I Weathers, Valeta_Potter, Meta Jew- by Mrs. E. L. Carney at her him against make the a personal system. investigation I had-

; spending a few weeks. growth in the southern states. ett, Sara Whitfield, Sara and Violet home on Ocklawaha avenue. I of those at Ormond and

1\1". LeSeuer said that while the ; he came back perfectly satin
Mw. L. R. Chazel and children have demonstration Harris. Assisting Mrs. Carney and Mrs. fied and reported to me that a
was perhaps not as Hiers in he would have no other
t Emergency: MedicinesIt receiving were Mrs. Chas. R. system
returned home from Seabreeze, where large as some of the ardent members of water supply. ,

they have been summering. had hoped for the is a great conveyance to have at Tydings and Mrs. W. V. Xewsom._ Yours truly, p -
organization in hand reliable remedies for use incases Mrs. S. E. Waterman, Mrs. Robert (Sgd) S. H. GOVE,

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Toph and little I, Ocala had every reason for congratu of accident and for slight injuriesand Blake and Mrs. G. S. Scott also helped : Architect,

lation; because he was present at the ailments. A good liniment and
son have gone to Tampa to visit Dl'rj Mrs. Carney during the afternoon in,
first demonstration('f organized labor one is:: fast becoming a favorite if nota
Toph's son, Mr. {Juy Toph. I household is Chamber the dining room and in giving
: neccessity
in the city of Atlanta and only sev "
I lain's Pain Balm. By applying it her guest a good time. r' S .
Mr. Judson Edwards and daughter, enty-five, all told, were
present, yet'a
M .. i promptly to a cut, bruise or burn it Whist was played by those who
Mrs.I Henry B. Stokes, have gone to few years afterward several thousand I allays the pain and causes the injur
to do so and other amusements -
Orange Springs to spend several participated in the labor parade : to heal in about one-thrid the time i
were provided for those not
: weeks. which was headed by the governor of usully required, and as it is an antiseptic :
it prevents danger of blood playing cards. The affair was entirely
:- Hit lac.st'i-it lu Oral of Dr E. 'l. the state, the city council and the any
poisoning. When Pain Balm is kept informal and all of Mrs. Carney's
Allen, the r>* ..> r, IHWH and throat board of trade; and in Florida in the i at hand'a sprain be treated bey' } .
may guests spent an extremely pleasant ,
t+unc..tU of Tnmp.* will lit- Thur.daySept. I I I cities of Jacksonville, Tampa, Ke { fore inflammation sets in, which insures afternoon.
MomezutiiH hotel. I ;
West, Pensacola, etc., nearly all[ a duick recovery. For sale by
Those present were Mrs. Hiers,
Little May, daughter of Mr. and workers in the different branches of All Druggist, m
Mrs. Waterman, airs Newsom, Mrs,
Mrs. M. C. Dosh was ill last industry were members of the organization
very Announced.
Engagement .
I,i T'dingslrs.. Jack Camp, \ rs. C.
but at the time of to I I and the business firms and
night, our going
DIr and Mrs.-M. A. Carpenter, of'I I I A. Liddon, Mrs. Hatchell Ctrs. S.he R.:

press hopes of her recovery are enter ,, people generally were favorable to it. Chester S. C. have
announced t I IlesIrs.. Scott, Mrs. W. S. Bu -
Mr. LeSener made a admirable
tained. very engagement of their daughter, Marie luck, Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mrs. C. V. j
address which was well received
Mr. and Mrs. Handlesman have I by Isabel to Hon. Francis Bee Coogler, | Miller, Mrs. J. M. Barco, Mrs. E. j } .
the audience.
t gone to New York to purchhase the I of Brooksville, Fla. Nelson, Mrs. B. J. Potter and M S'I j
Mr. LeSeuer introduced Mr.
fall and winter stock of goods for the I Georgee ; The marriage will take place at 5 R. B. Bullock. i
Mathews as master of ceremonies I { t
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Boston Store, of which they are the I o'clock on the afternoon of Wednesday 11 l
and-in assuming this pleasant role he t What rs Life : ijE
proprietors.Mrs. October 5, at the First Baptist :
delivered a very eloquent and appropriate church. j In the last analysis nobody knows, GAS and GASOLINE ENGINES.
\ W. A. Starr, who has moved address. He convinced his i but we do know that it is under strict Stand Supreme for Simplicity Durability Ease
Miss who i
; Carpenter, is the only
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4.) to Ocala recently, has been ill with hearers that he was a sincere syinpay ; law. Abuse that law even slightly, and Economy of Operation
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. { WHITE-BLAKE3LEE MFG. CO. Birmingham, Ala.

; fever for several days. Her man | thizer with organized labor and grew Carpenter, is a talented musician, pain results. Irregular living means J. P. CA PBELL State Representive,

newly made friends will be glad to eloquent as he proceeded. His address both as a vocalist and pianist, and j!i derangement of the organs, resulting Ocala Fla.

her out was in Constipation, Headache or Liver i
see again. loudly applauded.He :
often delights her friends with her I
introduced Mr. T.E. Biggs, city music. trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills ", AAA.MAAIJJt,
Mrs A. J. Leavengood andjdaugh- j j
attorney, who, in the absence of { quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, .-
ter Ollie returned Tuesday from a i Mr. Coogler, who belongs to one of 'j
Mayor Edwards, appeared as the yet thorugh. Only 25c at Tydings & j
.. f visit to relatives in Manatee county. "l- of the city government representative ; the most prominent is"a families of I Co. Drug Store. m I' PHONE 34 WATCil m THE BLU: WA ON.I PHONE 34.
1. They were accompanied by Alissi j leading young. ..
and extended to all I
| Flossie Turnipseed. present his congratulations attorney. of Florida. He is a Mr. Earl Knox, of Atlanta, Ga., is tie are prewired 'It fur. J

and hearty good wishes. solicitor of Hernando county and has ni-h
in the city having just returned from OCALA OCALA

'I"1 When troubled with constipation try Mr. Biggs' speech, good all the way a bright future before him. f Micanopy, where he went to attend

III Chamberlain's Stomach and .Liver through, was made better by a'err I Mr. Coogler has friends in Ocala the funeral of his father, DIr William ICE & IOE: ICE &

,11 rTablets.. They are easy to take and amusing story, which ,
was happilytold and throughout the state, who will Knox. The deceased was at one \CACHING{ PACKING.
produce no griping or other unpleasant and well
received. be interested in the announcement of time a resident of this city but of '
cc' effect. For sale by all druggist x' .
Oa.it nntic
Mr. Harris was next introduced.His COMPA i"rr Ht .
his approaching marriage. ., late years has been living at Lymona, "utll' r'tyorlif".f
Mrs Robert Taylor returned home remarks are printed elsewhere. f
ivl % in Hillsboro '
Gone on Happy Mission. county. He was stricken

Saturday afternoon from a few day's Mr. C. L. Bittinger, editor of the From Wednesday's Dally.Ir. j with paralysis one day the early part ;! PHONE .34 -I WCrFGR THE BLUE V/HGOK./ PHONE 34. _

visit to her at Eustis. She Star, finished the oratorical
parents program, s
J. C. Smith, who for some of last week and only lived a few

\ was! accompanied home by her sister, and, as he usually, was enthusiasticand ; months has been working for the days. ---

Mamie Clifford. eloquent. He traced the i
I Miss! historyof
Ocala Music left last
Company, night The Savoy Hotel under the manage- I
labor from earliest times and
, ; V It is reported that there will be a for Madison. To-morrow morningat ment of Mrs. Whitfield is proving extremely -
showed what a great debt of grati.tude
number of weddings in Ocala this: 9:30 o'clock Mr. Smith will be popular. Mrs. Whitfield has Awful" .Iws
the world owes to the efforts of _
fall and winter, although there have \ married to Miss Frank Armstrong, a large experience in this line of business -
organized labor in the United States. sere indications of some form of stomach
not yet been formal announcements daughter of Sheriff Armstrong, one and she is doing everything for .
biliousness bad liver. Malaria will
During the proceedings the Mandolin trouble, or a
made. of Madison's oldest and most respected the pleasure of her guests. She is j next overtake yon. Don't risk it, and above all

Club rendered very delightful citizens. The wedding will be avery making a specialty of caring fortran- '! \ dgn'ttW calorjiflori'n rn- botharedacgeroffiiHERB1NE

&ca twc cad wjuerios places ,we fine; music, and_ after the speaking t:heE. /
d 8a1 then of thU be sure. quiet home one and shortly after sients. The table is excellent and in ;
meeting was turned over to Mr.C. .
e "T ETH1N.&." '11 fix the the baby right. the wedding Din and Mrs. Smith will every way the Savoy ist delightful
.other to Taylor who feasted t
It peed n cure."TEETHINA" everyone '
go to Valdosta to visit relatives before stopping place. has all their virtues none of their
L (Teething Powders) present with ice cream, cake and deadly effects. HERBINE taken
overcomes and counteracts the effects! lemonade returning 'r '' regularly willforestall headaches,pot -
: H. of the summer's heat, aids digestion, and after which the The Ocala Banner extends congratulations Col Lovick P. Miller, who has just j dive organsln J>er.fect aondl

$ the bowels and makes teeth- yonger people participated in a most to Mr. Smith. returned from a several week's visit biliotlSUW,Neches,
tt .,. Wing delightful dance. ills, keep you in good health.
; easy. to South Carolina, that the
says crops
FOR SALE.-Sixty head of Cattle, TRY 17 TODAY.
first ..
The celebration of labor day in three Colts, two Mares, household in that state are very fine, and I the r Sao & Bctt1 AU DruUlJu.>

t FOLF: .j rlt "" TAR L Ocala marks an' epoch in. our local furnitnre. .. J. S..LE\ra, price of cotton is,steadily advancing

13 c '_ ', t"i "OAta history and will long be remembered. 8-calm Irvine, Floridajjjjjjjjjjjj. i which makes it better still. For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
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Will Be Herrj Tunis AK The Wee ,. Beginning Mcndaj September 5th. .

: GAD SON.a ae Bi3t Oeaki: 3f e&aac to eke Great_New York afar et and vid'eIefi a Siiecess&K Pnre&ssmg- Trip eau aowr be in aft eftr, .iE .

}'Mf eeme- rWalking pa :i .,. 1k &Z2 t" tAKe;.. _

Skirts and Belts. We Are Selling More:: Crockery Our Gents' Furnishing. Here

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I .s ;iu.* frtraa* u 3 r 3rceptiuq fee ne- Timed V'er--- .
Why sfaftoti iMl M lJit.- naminactoi tor president mJBl j4I 3Iz' fiea:tet loll inj&QS m. r ti esls y }.will 6o&i *ir !1t Z __

to am.theme i. after: Gte SeraniatMff aC dies.i,
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... Feed and Sale Stables
2 i* a****** tit pafcfcaS ,ssns: < a ,1IW11! \ f. I auk 1 a.. eL JW&J.1: f --std for rhe. ... MG -;Livery.

Jna>*!'.3beedi .g. Why ..torE JP.4"..feBft ac JiGaL AD&I., ..l. aetesrrlrar 87'-' ,-e t iww,. ..

nie1 et Ir ll r mviu in<
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sari ... ......b disc l When, -we euw&feras the hue stave -.I teat Jw. I It ,; rsrw 1riIl hi ..... A.l- ,. r I;ear. patri 1.' dr 1W7 h>...

feat otto* t rt 5etwi *i aaf&aia* maw "' _p'6td* eke,. titleab t, tt aC'h .
: Gt IM rte -* pwesea ia siteeray [pries* W* .. "/1i/tt

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& daftIS' i aaawm a. r asiVeHIIIt ... t.JJC--I'1'"Ht' fIfa.. r i t TIt tlr for W aressef i, tip ash fir ii 7/#r

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!'A .. II6IoIC ..-a.fM1if.... 3swses waS! lit.. grin atteaeg.6@eS ....i: ._ !a b of. ..1ft_ t

<< .. -.I edits... aIekbg tiswar-;. NI' : IIIi ...J a b ;,! L_1 1 -it-- wlodi w ham f a.f: aiwar kipno?. haad a foil liar .f ( ems a aart "', .
w _.' Ba4.-atuf Whit. Hickorr" Tsrpeiit aad Tatar .. .
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'' w.tap- .Vorth ltrfe Court lI..s. $.NM. Pigs
taaa. ani t s* lit eas*' ,-4d aLys ttid_1ffcfIJaaI {1..aM.as ti.l+t de* &.f dcawst} -at. 'IIiit .....- ec'M 6f
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e tV'.tA tM Tf.iMtIf1 paW its l1 de.a..a.t .MMgIiiM sic offifPfffff stvtff flit J 1Ii1 eve the tiasxt h. .. : setae; Cat Jete 3C Mana, A. ; r.--- woo. ..,

JIeI.. W1 y JIMt--+ iMttiKC6fl0tt asueaagrtetitRcea 6 t ", ..-+-4 .. .
J. &lwa fe. Dr. D. A. ?Bi&, W. C. i
hPa.IfII at 9f.1J'" .. !. flit hY clot 'Up" ere t3se ,,' J .awtLX, lane. i WE EAT MEAT .
t ;i; ,
tom." as fifty JMiau: e41Wa,. k ice aard .!.. pefieisaf: accfas wteeiiKT t Nev. F3rtl1 s ,.3J113N A raY. : General T. &.. l aaeayiee OIl-flee : I T."..a J1J II Il 1 r rar wI ....

sst toesie4 _tIf<,wr ,1111 nliif stare a. J-Y""" .,. de.. t 8'P: 'jM'q_ .:E! eeoewisiae farfiar sM :t._="(1HIII I I .... .... ..._ .. i ..' ,

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Uu Irk lea lttrarr fitn3$r raga the _..lies 'ate' .--.. < it....tIIai all Je .le h 7lady. S f. ]! ...- '.-'- '. .... ,. -.1 I U. f. or

> ( G tl6e ,1ICtIf. odeel w Cel ZhT,& rtan. -" .. Ji6 sire fn I:. berry .-4 L te tin* .,rmag will giR &e.-: -.. .... l' DC II..... &1 .t' PL -' )
epee? t elhr"- s .:.T .
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ti etM>> r+sasa.sa thrto .
V-'fI' e.. Stewwft tees eeer-ti-- at aCt if pet tiles fJr; ema- tine eases k p _* say ether r -4 ?.j a ... _tt..... i'n
.. ..... Piaeitinf i.e .
yr sh+y asiii screw ..tft. or bate for ( 4
w.. lilt het !tees fceftaqr.sv the leg astir pcswrtvi t ia_ f .. _' 4 -. ;4t..I".... .' ,...... !It" "
eta as lu i.arftiietsbicr i. ill" .., C.., ..... !: \
_piea..isotlsrest....; bMa. areal tbs ." aitscatGoa ofe IIIIt saes A of Fuse; flees,TstLsr Mk IiLiwnsa, I.I &I'L. .....1 1tdI.pW tMei ... ,

rist+aare wxta tier 4t .... t esiar at be tUIe- Cat JIIMMJ't that year tom, ia tar eesrssCdr fit Fev s eases. CM sari.. S1IiIa I I M': ... ...... .... 'I i

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gooestrretnt. rrlr, s' teat M aesd V 11T'" arc elm C aIt tit die a frw -_-.rtl. pMsce tor r =, uI.. 0tIIy'k ;1$ TJ Ip F I f r
rained to fa>f a. preraPiermtaL ; et ldrsArAre. sa i ED WARDS BROS i
,.. M sr riac: tte fid&qe .* tJf r tn acrd ve ; .
a. 21 a aurra s Mcillllac4y': ..i,!lasrles eiip.sCaRl to the .aJ& .. 3iaeyfa.lt .d y'I! .bot a t 1 2 Haul 1 -- >1MI,.
tier eosoaesariZy aDd f jllll tet : [ l. :: : : :
theta e23iaa't' is M msatatesta ....1 I,J abase, it .saakj llit. C
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flees tit amitypr m j f -- -
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4a ha4srs and rffe i *nrfeeBy i I .
..... mesa gow ti p eatearl tF: ) 'Ii r_ .. FOR ; C. I. G R C
fea iag tfe ay &rtuxtns. die e rtor i Ire rSacusfar
I ... ate irtyit.., IJUa 8f f... rem MDe asr R ..., .
AWta.J'" rem ear iset ', ta Ctntfat t
+N.lef Met
tl...,tree o iy ter fist tierbrar tee fer hyalite oak fittt rr adti
bMt p boa t1 -
Iatsa, wtoiefs it.afJw f"'<< srdraj. l1ef aM'a fecirsslt t& t ... : YOU 11i1f-r la '
,trite aw iatati at ltaiMlfft- I Ied" :
Ck dararnsrty, cafe aM I f << fa 6e 5.. cripi 'Ita.8PaW wi1f enrra ... Rcmgfe and DJ..Hac1 Limber Kiln: Drie lie tttiag,

and irttra of Aotle tfce fly lfIR"i{i 80 **!* CeL J'G'ntt.' ...y die- of saving 1 IIf wash.ss and Sidia .. L*th*, Shin# surd Hritk.Maauhectun .

--" :I! wa t rf aHMfc UJT@ed. with r."
m8Wtd aM iii .aiDat aM" S lJr SCseRaePr. oRinK

eaa b prod. PtePrir.. __ r I Itre. ,t f tom inrisMty eLcrc" aM dlel rUt sle "':3. T o t wA.iaJcffll. ie .f. Turned Bal1u tern, Ca-ng Stw.I Cebtaa Door and

and eon re .d tlrl. rss ens elg- tittle i are .arnrg- too large or tilt qcaBEy too rte, soar > Window Frames, ilaatck Chard> <_, School

their 6WD 1MrJb, awl IIIIK err ebrac Uwh* tree i.j...)) gar aere s;omoefe fe Skeiy to iota, and e4- I.Desks and Seats Combined and Table I l_ cos atnt'v'

I tn whtrh they ltaft' bait eg. dray to ..ke apse. it ti BO peeiaBy weakened ao by it the eos mgemou t pa on.. ba.EatsloTsrry been- 11t i receiving izes. Lumber and can t :orders for any crtiti. aril

t. the puWk s..rvke will b s iMtrw8t t\1 re.4r thai etirr fefe are gel up aadnotfeoo freeiy easily dl eated t s Mail orders attended to promptly

evy ,"- .4ra4ra!! ia eord.matsue food. Majtieate
the teed th
and ema s wfl ) prove ctq roughlyLYt I

from the isspa+i&i Ib that are-aww I as Nlit.1.Idf and are when&eers foe elapse feel between a foSnes ce-al-f.and u111f1fhiwi11111wwmnlmul, ,''' '' ,.wnlfmnIi7utlu,''' ? niut- "

I W practkdcioner. fJpt'm theca.-Ls COBSptnts -
iA AtUata the other weight fa thereig on of the stomach. THE
after eating, take Chai3berafnTa STANDARD PIANOS
day Tom Wat-oo fired t following .
1 Gaol t S:4tn.U.h! and liver Tablets and the ;I
broa-isKle at oar friend, Dam r
Hmi sour 5toaach may be avoided. For DRINK =
Oxx don't an i ,
spirit eoi&e from (retired;: :sale by aS d:: ista. EJ :-.: ,... ., ;:
Thdr maia is I t V I ....
Kfefftncky soaree thellrer t t.-it "t
"David B. Hill declared at St. ? 1.t :=
and the fee lpfrits ewes made I
Loaf that he had been intimate with Haw:: Florida land is Imrnieaf I IT1:1 : ? HJW, ,.
fa the Eloe Gra.t state eodd not rem- 1UTHE -
Parker for thirty years, and that he To show the ( GOOD OlD
erla Lad liver or the ht not known: how Parker stood =E
clue ill effect fe produces. Yoa can't the Was on of timber land in this section it is I Iinteresting 11 FJ asi.t! U r.: :J z t* =:
question. this
money statement
hare good spirit and a bar firer attJu. true! If &o, Parker i* the most to note the considerations f, SUMMER( TIMi( :::!.. h s.. T. sU 1M ;;

lame time. Yoor liver must be negative public man on American :named in several transfers on the I ..:-:: ..a::t: rr.: 3. t-"If. 3sul :
in fine condition if would feel '
yea continent. Was the statement false? r Leatherberg tract jost soW has varied. ..::: ": t -
U siS
; ic 11"" &14 :::
and .
} buoyant happy hopeful brightof If so, David B. Hill w the boldest liar ... .....
I In of .._. .. _
i eye, light of step, vigorocu and between the January 1S59 this tract was cat 'i::: ,-.- -... .. -f. .. _-
two Think
zxcce *fal fn pace pt 'saiu Yoa can man living on intimate oceans. terms with of a f off and rejected out of quite a large j r :=-= I ( I.....a... .....r11ix; =....

pat your liver in fine condition by using I body of land which then ..
i Alec Stevens and Abe Lincoln for was changing JL Run ta ml tnt stu 3

Green's August Flower, the thirty years and not knowing how hands at 93c. per acre... But on 1M. ETTO is a -= 1 =3
greatest of an medicines for the liver
they stood on the greatest political November I-- t.rrLUDDEN.
1S90, the owners sold .
and itomacb and certain ....
a core licious
question of the day! beverage made1
or Indigestion. It has beena .this tract at $t O per acre; and on I

Y favorate household remedy for brer Our own opinion U that David wa* April 20,1903, it was sold again atf2.75 from ripe Saw Palmetto I I i CA\IPBELL\
just a little bold in his S1Hr CO.
thirty five years. August Flower will statement. : and the same land, never .
hav.1 I :
make liver Berries. .
your healthy and active Absolutely free ;-
A ioj's Wild Side For Life. ing been improved, Is now =3
and thus insure yon a liberal upply I -
of "good piriti. Trial size,25c; regular With family around expecting him & per acre-Bristol (Fla. Bee. from harmful drugs. Metto :. Headquarters, Jacksonville, Fla.

bottle,75c. For tale .at At!. to die, and a son riding for life, IS
Odds'lllast Him. stimulates the Liver llUU1UUUlUWJ1UJU! f
y Monopoly Drug Store. U.u.UUIaUUUWUUUUJ1UIUd
m miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery !
Bedridden, alose and destitute. ...

CoL John Trice, president of the for Consumption, Coughs and Such, in brief was the condition of an flushes the Kidneys, acts -- ."""

Citizens Bank & Trust Company of Colds W. H. Brown, of Leesvffle, old soldier by name of J. J. Havens, directly on the Bladder. '

Tampa was married Friday afternoonat Ind., endured death's agonies from Versailles, O. For years he was j OMMERGIAL'"COLLEGE

5 o'clock to Miss Pearl firadshaw asthma; but this wonderful medicine troubled with: Kidney disease and Makes the organs per- e

', Jones at Raleigh, N. C. The wedding gave instant relief and soon cured him. neither doctors nor medicine gave form their functions in a ,, i

occurred at the First Baptist i I II I He writes: "I now sleep soundly him releif. At length he tried Electric TAMPA FLOIJI DA.

church in that city and was a brilliant every night." Like marvelous cures Bitters. It put him on his feet in natural I way, thereby

society event. Mr. and )1... Trice for Consumption, Pneumonia, Bron short order and now he testifies. "I'm keeping the system in '$75 r Combined Scholarship In Basbfw tad Shorthand Duly t/rt '
chitin,Coughs,Colds and its a Time Unlimited Mail Course Free. Wri: :
a fW
Grip Today
are now mating a tour of the west, prove on the road to complete recovery." odtiona for all : 1
which will include the St. Lotus ex matchless merit for all Throat andLang Best on earth for liver and Kidney i perfect and healthy condition. Shorthand.;] Touch gl'Idwu. Cheap board. Finest rofnman In Thtida ON"
troubles. Guaranteed bottles : 1Jpe1l"rlt1n Stod for ip<
    : 50c troubles and all forms of Stomach and demand for .
    position. They will return to Tampa and 11.00.. Trial Bottles free at Ty- Bowel Complaints. Q&lySOc Guar : : : : : : itadente. Be our graduate uCftdJ the tupply. IndiTidnAl wtnJeMeG to &3
    n about two idinds '".. lure and address c AS follow
    & Co. :
    Drug Store: i
    m > ;_ by Tydinp k Co,. Drat,'m _: t3old.bI All Drnggistz.
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    VOL. 4 AXX1X NO 7,

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    J ) ELIZABETH HA$ IS, Local Editor Mr. William T. Gary, we regret to 1 PIi. : ,

    learn, is on the sick list toda} i (

    I Judge A. E. Pooser has been nomi-

    nated for Mayor of Arcadia.* Judge The board of public instruction
    Mr. Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield
    t t Pooser is brother of Hon Francis D. Sept. 5.Minutes.
    spent yesterday in Ocala.
    l Pooser of this city. of last meeting read

    f Hon. Henry S. Chubb, fcof Gainesville approved.
    lIon. Napoleon B. Broward, demo-
    was in Ocala yesterday, A petition was presented to
    cratic nominee for of Flor-
    J governor board signed by one fourth of
    t The Turpentine Sub held its regu- ida, made a labor day speech at High
    qualified electors who pay taxes
    lar monthly meeting yesterday. Springs Monday night.
    \- Cottage Hill neighborhood

    Little Miss'Kate Smith, of Board- lion. O.1.. Brown and wife, of that an election be called to

    man, is visiting Miss Frances Cham- Ocala, are guests of The Everglade.Mr. a special tax school district.

    I, r__ Brown is here making arrangements petition having been I

    bers.Mr. preliminary to locating four consecutive weeks, the Ya
    William Deubel left, :yesterday permanently
    for Cincinnati, where he will be in Miami. After a few called an election to be held on

    :: absent for several weeks on business. days he will close up his affairs in urday, Oct. 1st, at the Cottage

    that cit ..Miami News. school house for the purpose of

    : Ocala is enlivened by the intellectual ing a school district and to elect
    Mr. Robert Allen Burford, jr., who
    i and beaming counternances of a trustees and to fix the rate of
    teachers has been a student at the United
    number of Marion county's
    i following persons were
    States Naval Academy at Annapolis,
    i of thought. ed inspectors of election: !
    Md., for over a year, arrived home I
    Miss Nora Knoblock, a charming Beck, L. D. Stafford and C. ;
    Friday afternoon to spend a coupleof
    lady Martin, is spending a Haycraft.
    young I weeks with his parents, Hon. and
    ; few days, here and is taking the Mr. E. Cordury having
    K... Mrs. R. A. Burford. HU friends are
    teacher's examination. superpisor of the Lake Bryant
    all delighted to welcome nim home.
    .. Mr. Joe Standland was appc>
    Conductor and Mrs. Geo. McGaha-
    Mr. T. B. Snyder has gone to St. fill the unexpired term.
    and returned to their home I
    gin Augustine to spend a few days with W. T. Henderson having
    at Dunnellon Friday afternoon after
    ; his family. He will sail on Wednes-i the supervisorship at Key

    F a visit with relatives here. day; for New York, where he goes to B. Griggs was appointed to

    I Mr. Chas. F. Eaton, of Lake City, purchase his fall stock of goods. the unexpired term.

    chief of the police there, is in Ocala During his absence the Haberdasherywill lamer Howell was appointed

    for a few days, the guest of his be in charge of Mr. J. L. Emerson visor of the Anthony school to second'v

    I brother, Mr. 0. W. Eaton. and Mr. 0. B. Howse. unexpired term of Geo. :

    ., signed.W. .
    1 Mrs. P. Jumeau and childrenwho j Johnson, King & Company, the McGahagin resigned as

    have been summering at Seabreeze, Macon, Ga., candy and cracker
    visor at Weir Park and Robert
    left yesterday for their home in Jack- manufacturers, have opened a branch
    shall fill
    was appointed to the
    sonville, after a brief visit in Ocala. business in Jacksonville. Mr. Fred
    II. T. Hall resigned as
    King, a member of the firm and who
    Mrs. J. H. Livingsion returned of the Irvine school and Josiah
    formerly traveled for them, will
    ", F home yesterday fronVMadison, where inger as a trustee of the {
    manage the business in Jacksonville.
    T she has been spending some weeks trict and patrons are asked to
    i Mr. King is well known here and his
    with her daughter, Mn B. A. Inglis. vacancies.
    I friends wish him much success.
    \ Permit granted to Sol
    . I Otis Landers, who has been in the
    Q Miss Lucile Ansley, who has been I send his children to Sumter
    A. C. L. hospital Waycross for I
    the popular guest of Miss Violet Harris Permit was granted to Mr.
    time returned home yes
    some past
    for the past few weeks, left yesterday rison, of the Fantville district,
    terday and his amputated limb is en- .
    his childred to Blitchton.
    well. : afternoon for Waycross to spenda
    tirely Permit granted to J. I.
    few days with relatives before re-
    The Camihosph Company I|: turning to her home in Thomasville.Miss ton, of Shiloh, to send his son

    moved their office yesterday from Ansley's Ocala friends regret Intosh', provided the trustees

    .1 ,..- down town to the McConnell resi- her departure very much and hope Intosh approve same.

    dence, which this compnny has for another visit from her soon. Several patrons of the

    recently purchased.Mr. school appeared and protested
    )Ir. andIrs.. Chas. V. Miller leftyesterday
    I I the teacher appointed by the
    and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss re- ]i i for New York City where !
    Mr. W. A. Young one of the.
    turned home yesterday from their' they will spend several weaks. Be- I appeared in behalf of the
    visit to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition fore returning home they will make Both sides claiming to have a

    at St. Louis. Before going the trip up the Hudson river, will
    of the patrons in their favor.
    west Mrs. Chambliss spent some time I visit Niagara Falls and other points
    port of a meeting of the
    I I will sail from Jacksonville
    in Georgia. of interest. They before the board which

    i morning.Miss .
    Messrs. F. A. and S. W. Teague I Saturday votes in favor of teacher

    went down to Lady Lake Friday to i Emily Ford will leave here against. After considering

    spend a few days with their father, I today for Jacksonville and to-morrom ter from all the information

    who we are sorry to learn, is not very I morning in company with Mr. and could obtain, the

    well. Maj. Teague will celebrate his,. Mrs. C. V. Miller she will sail for instructed to see if another

    eighty-fifth birthday next week. I New York City. Miss Ford will stayin holding not less than a high

    I New York for *a couple of days J grade certificate could be secured for I
    James B. Carlisle, James
    Messrs. and will then go to Toronto and the place, but if such a teacher can
    Carlisle, jr., Victor Martinot and not be secured to contract with Miss
    t other places in Canada. She will be
    Farris of the hospital corps,
    James ,
    to teach the school.
    , ft absent about two months. Yongue 3
    -- returned from Camp fTaliaferro yes
    ---- Parties from Silver Spring appeared j

    terday. They say the people of St. P. V. Leavengood and little son before the board and asked that some

    : Augustine gave them most hand- Hansel, passed through here this provision be made for schooling about

    some treatment. morning on their way to Jacksonville 12 children at the Springs. The su-

    The Brooksville soldier boys passed and St. Augustine. Mr. Leaven- perintendent was instructed to go to !

    1 through Ocala yesterday afternoon good is business manager of the the Springs and make such arrange- i t

    en route home from the encampmentat Ocala Banner. ments as he finds most suitable to

    St. Augustine. CampTaliaferro is Louis Dosh, foreman of the Ocala the conditions.

    now'a thing of the past, camp having [: Banner, passed through here this The superintendent was instructedto 1
    ; morning, en route to Ocala. He had '
    : been dissolved Wednesday afternoon. renew and adjust the insurance for

    The soldiers all report the encamp- been on a brief trip to Jacksonville the Reddick and Lowell schools, as

    ment as most delightful.Mrs. and St. Augustine.-Palatka Items in the old houses have been abandonedand I
    I l
    TimesUnion.If a union school house built. Also \
    J. II. Pittman, who has been
    .. cannot say something good to insure the new Ft. King shcool V
    t spending some time in New I
    for the community or town in which house. ilt
    l City and Atlanta will arrive in Ocala
    The continua Patt's Island school was discontinued -
    live, move away.
    ; this afternoon and will be the guest you ft
    harping and creating of a single dis- as there are only five pupils to
    of )Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman for a LI
    gruntled person can do a place more attend it and some of them are asking -
    short while. During Mrs. Pittraan'sabsence
    harm than the ravages of half dozen for an advanced teacher.
    t I; her lovely little daughter,
    t pestilences. The calamity howler Cotton Plant school was granted
    t Dorothy, has been with her grand- ne
    ',:. should be made to move on. There c4.50 for sinking a well.
    = : here. sein
    ;: parents is no room for him in this age of pro- On the request of the colored pa

    .K 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Christy Welsh gress prosperity. Unfortunately, trons and trustees of Dunnellon

    ;>Arrived in Ocala Friday afternoonand like all other towns, Marianna is school and citizens of Dunnellon, the 1

    guests of the Ocala House. colored school is discontinued for
    are I cursed with just a few of this class.-

    Mr. Welsh and Miss Florence Elizabeth Marianna Times-Courier. Three years and the funds necessary

    Delph were married on August to maintain same for the aid_ periodof

    third at German Valley, New Jersey Democratic Campaign Speaking. time is to be applied in building a C
    3 Under the direction of Hon. D. U..
    and since that time have been traveling white school house at Dunnellon and

    in the north. They will probably Fletcher, chairman of the democratic the school house now used for white
    executive committee, Hon. N
    remain in Ocala for several weeks state children shall thereafter be used ex t
    R. W. Davis, D. H.
    B. ,
    IJ before going to Cornell, where Mr. clusively for the education of colored
    I and others will be sent on a
    Northern Mays
    of the -
    Welsh is the president children.

    and Southern Lumber Company. political itinerary of the state. The The patrons of Greenwood school 1

    welcome distinguished speakers will reach petitioned the board to re-establish
    They will be given a cordial
    Ocala October 4. { the Greenwood school showing that
    by Mr. Welch's Ocala

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    nence. A majority of the membersof

    { the next legislature are his friends, Consumption

    : and several of them are under obliga-

    3 l 7 tions to him. He'll have somethingtosay
    : about the orginazation of the
    The only kind of consump-
    next legislature-and you can bet that
    : t. he will be on the scene early.*" tion to fear is neglectedconsumption"

    prince of tile "Third House SouthenrArmy- Losses the Most. People are learning that consumption

    "Perambulating Politican" from It is a mistake to declare thmore is a curable disease.It .

    officers are being killed in the Rus- is consumption -
    Polk county in writing to his home
    sian army than in any other army ofa that is so often incurable.
    the Bartow Courier-Informant, .
    ,paper, war for a century. The confederate At the faintest suspicion of

    says, .among other things.the following army still stands first on the list consumption get a bottle of

    . : of high officers who fell leading their I Scott's Emulsion and begin

    "This city (Jacksonville) is unques- commands in battle. Of the fifty-two regular doses.

    tionably the nerve center of the state. who fell one was a general of the
    The use of Scott's Emulsionat
    One can sit in the hotel lobbies here highest rank commander-in-chief,
    once, has, in thousands of
    with ears open an keep in touch with Albert Sidney Johnson. He was in
    cases, turned the balance in
    every matter of importance throughout command at Shiloh. Three lieutenant -
    favor of health.
    the state. generals were killed in action:
    Neglected consumption does
    ."At the Duval Hotel I met a Leonidas Polk, Stonewall Jacksonand
    not exist where Scott's Emulsion .
    former resident of Polk county, who A. P. Hill. There were killed
    still owns real estate there, and his eight major generals and forty briga-
    first question was relative to the diers.In use of Scott's Emul-
    sion check the disease while it
    county seat removal agitation. the battle of Gettysburg alone

    "Such movements, said he, 'never where the Confederate losses were so can be checked.Send .

    do a county any good. They stir up heavy, five general officers were killed f-T free tangle.

    strife- and bitterness, and mar the -Maj. Gen. Pender and Brigadies SCOTT & J!(>"VNE. CLenw.s
    Pearl Street :Yet Yok
    good fellowship which should exist Armstrong, Barksdale, Garnett and 409-415 soc a-i-t<, .--:aU ci ab.eab.
    bet v en neighboring towns.' Semmes. In the Wilderness four

    "I don't see what Lakeland has to Generals fell-Brig. Gens. Jenkins, J. Macaroni Wheat

    kick about any way. Her industrialand :\ Jones, Stafford and Terrill. Five
    American )
    According to the Miller
    business grow this good, and I do lost their lives in the siege of Peters-
    Secretary Wilson congratulate himself
    not believe getting the court, house burg,Lieut. Gen.A.P. Hill, BrigadiersElliot
    would her court house on the success of his Macaroni
    help any-but Girardey Gracie and John

    removal is expensive, and I do not be- Gregg. Pea Ridge saw the loss of three wheat exploitation. He says: "With

    leh"e:the people of Polk county will Brigardiers, McCullough, McIntosh, less than four years of trial we lure

    vote :that burden upon themselves, Slack. Franklin took off four-Adams, demonstrated that this wheat will

    particularly so when the county seatis Carter, Gist and Strahl; and Sharps- thrive in the semi-arid region* of the

    so located, as it is at Bartow. burg three-Anderson, Branch and west, having a crop of tea Million

    "In the lobby of the Aragon a partyof Starke. In other battles two general I bushels in sight for the sea&m." Of

    pedestrians were discussing things officers in each were lost, and in this total, no less than eight million

    general. and the organization of the others one each.-Metropolis. bushels are credited to the two Dako-

    next legislature in particular."The tas, to which the new wheat MMM
    While Attorny JohnT.Wall,of Tam-
    general opinion seemed to be especially adapted.The .
    that Park Trammell, of Lakeland, pa, was passing through Plant City

    would be a strong candidate for presi- returning home from this city, some Ocala Banner observes that

    dent of the senate, if he consented to miscreant standing on the platform, j "the prospects of the south Florida

    enter. the race. thrust his hand through the car fair grow bigger everyday." Thanks
    window, jerked the attorney's fine j
    "Gen/Albert W. Gilchrist of De- to the kind assistance of such excellent
    Panama hat
    from his head and disap- -
    Sotaj and J. W. Watson. Osceola, peared in the darkenss. It was aj I papers as the Ocala Bamwr.

    are mOst frequently mentiond in connection mean, baldheaded trick. Tampa Times.
    \ ith the speakship of the I
    house.' "Both of them, seem to have a !
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    strong"fo owing

    "While this discussion at the Ara-

    gon was going on, Maj. G. P. Healy,

    of Volusia walked through the lobbyon PreservalloitIT

    his way down town.

    There,' said one"of the talkers, I

    'goes the man who will cut more ice I .

    with the next legislature than any

    man in the state. If I were a candidatefor ---...--.......--- ,
    ---- -
    president oi the senate or speakerof -
    the house, I'd sure see Healey and
    if :
    be quiet about it. Major Kealey knows -
    presonally every Floridian of promi- .


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    ( ARMY t horse -o-that he--could' -get to Llao- WATSON SPEAKS-TO WORKERS.- -

    ; NOW ON RETREAT I he the fang.reached W miles It took there to five Uao M. Klriloff hours Yang.to was men cove so I i Populist Candidate Kansas for City. President at I I !8BBBB 8 aa: Er a: E.\s8

    blOOd exhausted and Weak from the less of;t tHe Kansas City Mo., Sept u-Thomas I Ia '
    we got him Into a hospital B. Watson, populist candidate for I I

    Are asked me to complete his message president of the U,itgd States, was : 3 4
    J"p&nee8 Hanging on wr him. i 1
    am a soldier and no writ the principal speaker" a Labor Day
    : sian Troops Flank er fight, but I will say that after the awful picnic here] He said in part: : STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS
    sitlons.. we are still holding our po. "The workmen whose toil produces ?I s
    THE RUSSIANS HARRASSEDspite Japanese bodies bestrew all .the vast Increase in the nation's wealth I
    KEEP the bi
    Their losses must run asks why It is that the men who 'produce I
    Into the tens of thousands We have the most of this wealth
    Terrible Weather Conditions should
    lot 5,000 thus far. A shrapnel shell by subtle contrivances of law and of t
    of General Kuropatkin Is Re. burst two REAL ESTATE AGENT:
    Army paces from General Stan business enjoy the most of it. In :

    tiring .In Good Order-other Newt ley. The general was slightly wound.ed ether words the man who makes it all

    'I in the leg." thinks that he ought to have a fair ffl
    from Zone of Eastern War. I
    I. share of that which he makes. I I AND CONTRACTORS.

    .. Xttkdeo. Sept 6.-1:40 p: m.-Tha Heavy Fighting Reported. "The laborer has the right to com m b
    treat of General Kuropatkin's army Yental Monday Sept 5.-Delayed.-.- plain that too much of the weight of'i

    .:, It belay carried out in good order, There was heavy fighting northeast of taxation falls upon him, the poorer I w

    "pitt the terrible condition of the this place today. The Japanese troopi man when the greater weight of the

    raids, rendered sodden by the rains are now pressing northward along the burden should be borne by the richer Office 20 South Main St. Warehouse & Salesroom, 41 S. Magnolia St. CJ

    j&lch yesterday and today which ridges east of the railway and several man, who Is more able to bear It, 1

    .an the lumbering wagons and heavy skirmishes have already taken place and who enjoys to a! greater extent t I TELEPHONE: 116. fa

    trWport trains. Long linea of com within! twenty miles to the southeastof the benefits of government.

    $1Isart&t wagons, drawn by steaming Muken. The Russians are holding "Labor has a Just cause to complain a
    General Kurokl back at Liao Yang that the hours of work Ioa
    I males hones and even bull oxen areeerhg are too : -- -- -
    their way north over the soak. while their main army is proceeding long.

    lie. cot up main road from Yentai north. "The laborer has Just cause of com Wholesale and Retail Dealers in %jfaI

    Behh4 them come long trains of artil. plaint because children who are too

    and back of them still UNUSUAL ESCAPE. young for the confinement and toil
    l "7
    !tin'army.. are kept at work in unhealthy and ex ; PAINTS OILS VARNISHES WALL PAPER
    k Flight of Private Serving on GoNer hausting employment. ,
    The Japanese are hanging on Kuropatkln' -
    nor's Island. "Labor has a Just cause to complainthat
    flacks, keeping the Russians
    engaged In a continuous rear guard&ct1oIL New York, Sept. 7.-Private Frank the hours of work are too long. I 13 BUILDING MATERIAL & WINDOW GLASS

    The progress of the Russian Reese an array prisoner serving one "Labor has a right to demand that m .
    year on Governor's Island for deser the life of a workman should be held i
    stay hu been slow owing to the ne
    tion has escaped In unusual more sacred than the he '
    an machine works
    ceulty of first getting through the man. J We Carry a Full Line of the Above iu High Grade Goods.
    ner. Reese was a "trusty"; and had with and, therefore every possible: J
    and but heads of the
    a 4feafag8 guns; '
    gained the complete confidence of Captain safety appliance should be adopted ,
    cammlna:1at trains already have --
    Horton. cf the Eighth infantry, for his benefit It should be glad to o1ESTIMATES i1 '
    piued through Mukden and are con
    quartermaster of the island. see the introduction into this countryof
    [tinning their way towards the north. Captain Horton left the post Sat the German system of old age pen ON ALL KINDS OF PAINTING, WALL PAPERING ;
    The main Japanese army Is march. g
    uay night for Manassas, Va., to take sions. II
    i, [tec up along the roads eastward of part in the maneuvers. A companyof "If the earth is only a battlfield in Ii 3 REPAIRING AND BUILDING CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. O
    [the ttuMlan lines of retreat which con. I
    coast artillery not familiar with the which the Creator intended that the
    serge at Mukden Another Japanese prisoners, was detailed to the post in strong battalion should always tram i:g PRICES LOWEST AND WORK GUARANTEED BEST.
    Sort H also heading for Mukden from
    place of the troops sent south so that pIe down the weak then the present
    [the westward coming from the directka Reese's flight was greatly facilitated. system is all right; that is Just what oI _
    -- -- H -- - -- --- --- -----
    [ of the LJao river* Marshal: Oya.
    When the captain: went away ha occurs ,but if the earth was intended
    tea !ems to be making a race for gave the prisoner a key to his house by our common father as the homeof I!

    }lukdell. He evidently has great suFftrioritjr and ordered him to take care of things. his children and it was the dIvine Houses and Lots for Sale Rent and Lease grl
    numbers in
    After Reese disappeared a search of purpose that each of these children ..

    [irtinerjr: the captain's quarters showed that the should find food raiment and shekel !/ WE WILL SELL YOU A HOME ON EASY PAYMENTS. 1
    this Was filed the
    At dispatch correspondent *
    prisoner had gone away in a peculiar In return for labor then our present

    of the Associated press disguise. He had donned a dress system needs reform." j- RENTAL ACCOUNTS SOLICITED -
    could hear the booming of the Japa- coat and shirt a big red necktie anda bg

    j wee cannon which are in play 14 pair of riding breeches. This novel I BEGINNING OF THE END. Vag _
    imilea from Mukden. The skies are outfit he topped off with a silk hat U' -- l

    back and the air is stifling, the sufI'tocatinc and boldly walked to the lauding place Many Stockyard Strikers Apply for

    smoke and the storm breaks and took the next boat to New York. Their Old Jobs. m

    kine strange harmony between the His odd costume caused much amuse. Chicago. Sept .-The beginning oi STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS &

    elements: and the menacing attitude ment, but no person spoke to him and the end of the stock yards strike came ,

    [of the contending armies. when the boat landed at the batteryhe early today when, according to the

    lost no time in disappearing. A packers, more than 1,000 strikers applied i OFFICE: TELEPHONE 116. SALESROOMS: i1' .

    w Uukden. Sept. C.-The following .search for Reese later by the guard for their old Jobs and were tak 20 South Main St, 41 South Magnolia St.

    &*Mag' describing the earlier events disclosed the Identity of the person en back.

    I cf the Japanese attack on General StaI who had furnished so much amuse I. Many began to seek work a few OCALA FLORIDA.

    I kelburg's corps, southwest, LJaoI ment to .the sentries who were much hours before the time set for a meet. g YV

    I ling, Auj. 30, was written on the bat. chagrined over the escape. ing of the allied trades conference, ;
    Ltleflctd by M. Kirlloff. one of the Asp I which, representing 22 trades involvedin

    IOC."tMi Press Russian correspondents BAN PLACED ON BULL FIGHTS. the strike, was, as seemed to be the

    I and Mttt to Mukden for transmission general impression., to consider the m BIjBIjBB 8 a: EEtatietIm: : :

    Just before the correpondent was shot Missouri Governor Orders Sunday Ex. question of submitting to the unions

    y ugh the lung: hibitions Stepped. ". whether the strike should be called off I

    "Tills morning around Llao Yang Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 7.-Follow. or not. There was talk among the f
    runt thundered unceasingly.) The Ing a conference with Attorney Gen strikers at the yards about "terms of The Mourning Hi bit. .........................9

    ghts forming a semi-circle around eral Crowe Governor Dockery directedthe settlement. Officials of the packing Fortunately for the south, the negroes !

    the city were dotted with jets of flame sheriff and prosecuting authorities companies however, declared that no ar3 willing to go farther in an absurd,I We keep a full stock of .
    find little black and white clouds. The of St. Louis county to stop the bullfights terms of settlement had been reached, LOOK FOR
    [spectacle was clearly visible from the which, according to the man I that strikers applying for their old I fashion of dress or behavior than are 1 (I Old Joe' .

    [hater tower of Uao Yang. The Rus. agement's announcement, are to beheld places would be reinstated without the whites. They thus usually suc- Q THE SEAL .

    [ian! left alone was not engaged. daily hereafter until the close oi discrimination,but no agreement wouldbe ceed in killing folly-similia similibus .

    "At 7 a. m. the correspondent rode the world's fair made with the union. curantur. The ostentatious mourningveils : Old Velvet, :

    [to the Russian center where the Jap- Governor Dockery expressed surpriseat Meetings of all local unions In

    taws were concentrated In an effort Sheriff Hencker's failure to pre volved had been called for today to and other sable frippery with : Old McBrayer :

    Ito break through and climbed the vent Sunday's exhibition. hear the result of the deliberations oi which some of darkskinned belles ,

    {neighboring heights following a de- "Bull fighting is contrary to the law the allied trades board But many bedeck themselves wit let us hope, i z

    [achment sent to relieve the skirmish. of Missouri," said the governor "and of the men who have been idle for to convince the public that the : z: Mark Rogers II
    few who had been covering the battery : under no circumstances will they 6tolerated. eight weeks feared to await their help I
    I I ." action. So it that thousand wearing of mourning for the dead is "
    [commanded by PokotilofT one of the was a I Old Charter, :
    heroes of Klullenleng. The Japanese Attorney General Crowe said. applied for work. Expecting all wouldbe an unchristian custom that ought to

    according to custom were shelling "Unless the authorities give prompt I ordered by their unions to go back have been long discarded.-Chicago I

    |L places t where they believed the Russian and satisfactory assurances that they tomorrow they went today to'make. Advitiser. : Mt. Vernon :

    (reserve located. Before the correIspundent will enforce the law, I shall at once sure of their places. II

    could reach the battery he apply to the circuit court at Claytonfor Cascade and :
    Debs has
    I.fead: to cross a danger zone 'or 150 an Injunction to prevent the proposed MASKED ROBBERS BLOW SAFE. Eugene V. just publisheda I t

    bull fights." -- reply to the outrageous assault on I ,
    fclardi; projectiles falling and burst.tnr.on -
    It until the very ground seemed Overpower Employes of Car Barn and organized labor which Grover Cleve- : Other High :
    MORE GO ON STRIKE. Secure Sum. ,
    to quiver with wrath, land made in the July McClure's. As
    -- Lansdale Pa., Sept. 7.-Six masked
    when Grade Whiskies.
    There touching scene I
    was a the labor leader I
    tte skirmishers were reached. A RusSian Situation of Affairs at the Coal Creek robbers today visited the High Valley was expected, great

    ,! soldier met a brother whom head Coal Mines. Trading company's car barn at not only punctures the ex-president's:: 'S

    ;: last seen In their native village. Knoxville Tenn., Sept. 2.-A special Souderton and after beating and gagging argument in which he attempted to Headquarters for .
    to The Sentinel from Coal Creek four employes blew open a safe
    |?There were Joyous greetings and a justify his action in sending United
    ;talk of news from home. Then each says: and escaped with between $700 and at the time I : Anheus B ush Beer :
    work About 900 men went on a strike in $SOO. There were two safes In the States troops into Chicago ,
    went bi! way and settled to
    fire the Coal Creek district this morning, office but only one was broken'Open. I of the A. R. U. strike ten years ago !
    was spas-
    I of firing. The Japanese .
    ttodlc.( Their bullets sang like bIrd : augmenting the number of strikers to The burglars had made preparationsto : but he digs out some pretty heavy : Bottle and Draught. :
    I 1250. Everything In this district is crack th eother safe but the alarmin
    *. they sped overhead and the Russians hunks of cuticle from .Cleveland's
    closed with the exception of the slate the office sounded and they were\
    cracked Jokes about it. Two decidedly I' for list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We :
    stone mine of the Knoxville Iron com frightened off callused hide and then rubs: some Write price
    hours later thd correspondent. reached
    the battery and found that Poko pany. The operators presented the Revolutionists Routed. salty criticism into the raw want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction. ,
    scale to the miners makinga
    toloff and Captain Tasroff had been new wage New York, Sept '7.-General Var- places which he uncovered. On the
    reduction of about 15 per cent The
    failed. Captain Tasroff was in charge miners refused to accept the reduction cues, minister of war, has sent a dis subject of the Chicago railway em- I OC LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS i

    cf the battery. Ills quiet courtesy and failed to return to work today. patch to President Battle from Mozoell&r. ployee's strike, the sage of Princetonhas
    ,recall*! the hero of one of Count Tot on the Brazilian frontier announcing
    including the two mines oi the
    Ten mines evidently bumped against
    etoTa novels Fifty yards away wasa Coal Creek Coal company which suspended that he has routed the revolutionists > up Journal. : OCALA FLORID! ], :
    splendid looking gunner, whose duty yesterday are now idle in this after a day's fighting, says a wrong

    t It wi* to record the success or failure district. Of the number four are non Herald dispatch from Montivedeo I eeee'Ieleelleea.-e___
    of Mcl1.hot. the grim song of death union. Uuruguay. About 4,000 revolutionists In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic.

    with deadly messengers hurling all tyforts are being made to organize crossed the frontier. They suffered Cholera and Diarrahoea Remedy

    around him, but the Russian gannet >VA Qobuuion miners and it Is report heavily from losses. General "Allow me to giver you a few wordsin HY ROBISSO,. Preside nt J. M. BARCO.'ManagerGOin'mercial

    stood erect and utterly without heed- -4 that the effort has practically sue.ye'3ded Oparicio Saravia, chief of the revolution praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Bank of Ocala

    I' featth* danger to which he was extte if !-!1nersTille.Had was among the wounded. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,"

    -i 1k" >>ect. says Mr. John Hamlett,of Eagle Pass, BUNIt: 0? COMilESCIAL BAXS 0? JASIS3STILLS.GO .
    : had not eatenathing Battle with Knives. Accused Men Surrender.
    Russian officers '
    i week with
    "I suffered one
    the previous day. and New York. Sept 7.-Three Italians Statesboro Ga.. Sept. 7y Perry Texas. I ,,, 1A ; : : ,
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    since took all kinds of .' '' CI'
    shared with them been badly wounded in a battle 'Barnes, Henry Barnes and Wesley bowel trouble and ><. ',.'. '....._-": ._.....'!:;..f..:.-...:.-;'" ""' .ei 'i -.<. ''.-' ...".". -'tjt'""" .'JJl. .- !...' c::
    the correspondent have relief when r. ;"<- s-- _eiq. BSB3ft .,, 'J'' '.i' -.
    medicines without getting at < ,
    with the and :{ <,4v*fc ,.... ... .
    what provtslaon he had. The taste with knives fought in the court yard Watters, charged beating ...., <''O!'}< J.-' -. ,, Ii' ', #-' -cJ_:
    friend Mr C. Johnson, a merchant '.: .,)- :s.r .
    In- Two of the wound killing of the negro Sebastine McBrIde my h c::
    the street
    et food caused them to realize co Mott here advised me to take this ,., ., J':, 'f;!_"<_h _'f, "r..... COGO
    last Saturday week came In -,
    ambulance -
    Prudence urged were thrust into an .;. :r" : ; -
    : taaaity of their hunger. ed men .=-: t "
    Monday and surrendered to Sheriff J. remedy. After taking one dose I felt ; _' 09
    .the correspondent to leave the spot and while the attendants were busy Co:) .-w =3:
    I tot fee was fucinated. outside resumed the fight with their ,Z. Kendrick. They will be given a greatly relieved and when I had taken s 0 < COCO ct

    ; Kw the message ended. The cap, knives. Before they could be separated preliminary hearing before Judge E. the third dose was entirely cured. I ..O e -c.c c::
    both were badly slashed and it D. Holland. thank you from the botton of my _- S3O :
    tab tent forward the correspondent'iwith heart for this great. remedyin = ? sr._
    Is likely they will die. putting .__ -
    IBM'''' the notation Bandits Attack Caravan. the hands of mankind." For sale 69 01 __ COCO --=

    ":the correspondent was an enthusl Three Shot Down by Marshal. New York Sept. 7.-The vicinity of by All Druggist. m ._.."'" sa.CD: :

    aft M hi* work gained universal re Mobile Ala., Sept.. 3.-A special to Tangier has been considerably dis = I-I

    .et md sympathy. He was shotttrough. The Item states that at Floral Ala. turbed by bandits, according to a Calling an Editor Down. CI.a

    the right lung while standing Hammonds marshal, shot and Times dispatch'from that city. A car. The Gainesville Sun announces that -
    battery and fell back suffering 'Abb at distance of two .c:.:::.)..
    fcy our trots killed Budd Tucker in a street duel avail was attacked a "wild game is plentiful." Did our a:, = -
    tetease aony the blood spurting I seriously wounded Jim Tucker hours from the town and looted of -CODoesRTGeiieral
    hit aouth. Yet his devotion to duty and named,Jacobs bl-Stauders.1 $6,000. which was aecured by the esteemed friend ever: see any other
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    retbld him to overcome his suffer prominent I tribesmen. kind?-Punta Gorda Herald.iiiiiiii Banikng Business.
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    Will be Merry Times AH The Month Beginning Monday, September 5th. :

    : GADSO Nfas the first Ocala Merchant to the Great New York Market and evidences of a Successful Purchasing Trip can now be seen on every side

    you come in or pass by the Bazaar Store. .

    Walking Skirts and Belts. We Are Selling More Crockery Our Gents' Furnishings are Here

    .Set IK on Hats.
    Than all the retail housesput together in Ocala. SI.-A) for a regular $2.00 Hat. '
    Look at our line of Ladies Walking Skirts, I am sure we can do : Specialty.you .
    Ties Collars and Shirts, our
    good in this department. Full Set Breakfast: Plates, White English \\ are, 320 set. for School Supplies.
    Cups and Saucers to match above 39c set. Headquarters ,

    We are showing all the new things in Ladies Belts, Hosiery Decorated Plates, dinner size, 580 set. Select your fall suit or pants, have them made to your exclusive
    Handkerchiefs, Ready to wear Fall Hats, Combs: for the HaIr. Cups and Saucers to match, 59c set style and fit. Wanamaker & Brown's new samples are here.
    and Meckwear of every style. Gold Band \Vater Tumblers set. Examine the samples, you are not obliged to buy.



    top< Harvesting corn is the picture now Messrs. Whisenant and Freemanare : : i

    tttm on the farms. putting in a driven well at the :

    On last Monday we were visited school, a much needed convenience.A ;
    with a copious bhower. depth of sixty-five feet has been I|

    Preparations for planting fall gardens reached.

    are general in this section. Mr. F. E. Bulkley celebrated his
    Messrs." N..C. Dease and A. D. j I sixtieth birthday on the first. Several -

    Mitchell made a flying visit> to the friends called during the day and
    "brick city" Sunday and returned in the evening.Mr. Riley .McClendon !
    $Ionday.Mr entertained him with his grapha- !t

    ,. F.V.. Ross and daughter, phone.Mr. :

    Mi -, Cora, were visiting relatives in J. D. Pope's household goods [ j.
    Heldtsville Monday. left here last week by team for Ocala,

    Mr C. M. Whitton has been very from there they will go by rail to !

    tick the past week but we are glad to Rochelle, where Mr. Pope has purchased

    .ay he i* improving at present. an interest in a turpentine

    Dunnellon was represented in Gai- I business I j :

    terville last Sunday by somebody : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeman were : i
    young couple. Guess who they were? called to Lake Weir Friday by the I

    Ha, ha, hal! serious illness ofIr.. Freeman's of

    There seems to be a great attrac- mother, who still continues in a very
    tion in Gaitemlle for a certain fellow critical condition.

    in Citrus county. Wonder what The Belleview 'orkerswill hold an

    the attraction can be? old [fashioned supper, also have ice

    Last week was a busy week for cream hnd cake for sale, in >the town

    your Uncle Joe. He made four tripsto hall Tuesday evening, Sapt. 13.

    the mining camps and did a week's The regular monthly council meet-

    work, besides. Pretty good for an ing was held Tuesday evening in the

    od man, wasn't It? town hall. C. [
    The Pine Level school opened on Mr. William Smith, of Oxford, has !

    August 29th, with a large enrollmentand accepted a position with the Marion I

    under the efficient managementof Mercantile Company and with his jj :!
    Miss Mastie Pasteur is making wife and baby are comfortably set-

    very excellentjprogress. tled in the Bryant cottage.Mr. .
    The postoffice removal trouble, Alvan Lucius returned Tuesday I

    mention of which was made some from the encampment at St. Augus- I

    weeks ago, is all settled now to the tine,;being unable to go to Manassas I

    great satisfaction of Uncle Joe. The with his company owing the illnessof

    old 1). m. is good enough for him and his wife.

    the location suits him to a t. Mrs. M. J. McPhaul arrived Thurs-

    I am pleased to note some new residents 'day afternoon from Kentucky and

    for Gaitemlle. Mr. James Missouri: where she'has been spend

    Strawn and family, of Dunnellon, ing the last six weeks.

    have come to cast their lot amongstus. An enjoyable birthday party was \

    Our community extends to them given by Master Robert Polly at his 'ctu"J

    the glad hand of welcome. home Wednesday evening, the young

    Seems as if It is becoming very folks from Belleview going in big

    dangerous quarters at the ferry here wagons, "a la straw ride." :
    of late. Fish, I guess, have quit )Ir. and Mrs. Frank Pelot returned

    biting; but, then, a gun is a good I Wednesday from a visit to Clear-

    thing to fish with, at least, some- water.
    times. Misses Fannie and Lillian Ramsdellwere i
    Rev. W. O. Williams, of Polk county tendered a suprise party Wednesday ,

    Js in Gaitemlle again proclaiming I evening, August 31st, by a :
    the glad tidings of salvation and number of their friends. a

    Uncle Joe hopes that much good may Mr. and Vrs. Amos Nott spent

    be accomplished and souls saved I Thursday in Ocala, the guests of Mrs. \ :

    through his preaching.We 10. M. Gale. .
    note the change in the manage The Marion Mercantile Company is

    ment of the Dunnellon Advocate has erecting a new barn and cotton ware- t ;
    done much to its credit which makes :\ ; :
    I|I house. JOSH.Sprains. !
    it a very interesting: and newsy sheet j I "
    I I
    will make it become ;
    and we believe time I
    almost a leader. S. A. Read, Cisco, Texas, writes, i
    UNCLE JOE. March 11, 1901: "My wrist was
    sprained so badly by a fall that it was '
    I :I
    BLITCHTON useless; and after using several reme- I ; I
    dies that failed to give relief, used

    ?ped 'Correspondence Oeali Banner I I. Ballard's Snow Liniment, and was !
    :; cured. I earnestly recommend it to :
    The farmers here are harvesting !
    ; any one suffering from sprains." 25c, I
    their corn crop. !t II
    50c, $1.00. Sold by Anti-Monopoly I
    Mr. Peterson, of :Morriston has I!: Drug Store. m } '1 ij
    been here for a few days working for i iDr. I I |
    Blitch, I
    Willie Marlow attended the closing .
    .Special Correspondence Ocala Banner.
    exercises of the Orange Springs I
    General rain last I
    Monday which
    normal, last Friday. I I i
    was generally needed.
    s Mrs.M.L. Akin returned home from I
    Albion last week. f Messrs. Mayo and Sherouse, of at
    I Reddick, were in our burg a few days ed
    t Dr. Boozer, of Ocala, was callingin
    ago looking up some beef cattle.
    L our city Tuesday.Mr. .
    Messrs. J. K. Mixson, E. L. Smith
    J. A. McIver has gone'to Jacksonville -
    i and J. I. Whittington made a flying
    on business.Mr. .
    I trip to Ocala Monday. of
    B. R. Blitch attended the meet-
    A few of our young folks attendedthe as
    ing of the school board Monday.
    barbecue at Geiger last week and
    On account of the illness of our i
    reported a very nice time.
    assistant teacher, Miss Ohaver, her I :
    I Mr and Mrs.%S. P. Geiger and Miss
    brother, Prof. Ohaver, acted in her
    Southerland, of Geiger, were
    We to him with
    place. hope us.
    guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mixson
    The box supper was decidedly a Wednesday. \

    success, realizing $23.60. The boys :Mr. Herren, of Micanopy, was a fill
    are wishing for another.Ss' j visitor to our place Wednesday
    I Mixson Bros sold the first load of I
    L VLE fjONIY& TAR i I cotton here last Wednesday.
    8.....' *. Pr.. .x Pneumonia BLUEBIRD. "" .
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    ATTEMPT several months ago at the ONCE RICH; NOW PENNILESS
    Y BOLD OF KUbourne.
    Jacobs plant by FOURTEEN KILLED
    throwing himself into MISSING WORD CONTEST.
    a crusher of pig Iron ; Former Famous Lawyer of New York

    , L ty BANDIT AT was not allowed Afterward he City.
    El to
    PASO work near the
    machinery. I SCORE ARE INJURED Baltimore Sept. 6.-Mr. Chew Snefc- 1 0 1 PRIZES I Offered For

    -! ly, once a famous attorney of New

    :JI In Woman's Attire Robber LASSITER KILLED BY TRAIN. i York city now in his ninetieth year. The Correct Solution

    Disastrous Tenement Blaza'ic and owner of the Hotel Baltimore, aa

    :Makes Daring Hold Up. Georgia Soldier Enroute to Manassas i I New York City. establishment that recently netted him I

    Meets Instant Death. : $1,000 a month profit is quartered in I Tropical Manufacturing Co. manufacturers

    L3. HOTEL CLERK IS Charlotte I the structure while workmen in the
    TERRORIZED. .N. C., Sept. 6.-Two soldiers
    PANIC AMONG THE TENANTS. down of health drink 3VIETTO will :
    tt' enroute to Manassas were killed I Ill employ the city are tearing thegreat ,

    Rifled the Cash Drawer this state. the building which has been. condemned
    and Frank
    Secured !
    t4 Lassiter a memo all
    The all.
    ber of First and Second Floors Removed fcr by the building inspector. Snebly pay prizes. contest open to -
    company L
    t Fourteen Dollars-Claimed to Anericus, Ga.
    ; ; Kavi; bound for Manassas. met death at I Repairs and Building Stood or says that when the building_is gone he It's free to You. -

    Identif.ed Man by His Voice-Cap. Greensboro, N. C.Lassiter I Skids-Fire will be a beggar and threatens to sue
    Escapes Were
    I the city for heavy damages.
    tured at Train Depot. was standing 'on the platform .
    of Removed. The old man practiced law In New
    l E3! Paso, Tex., Sept C.-On a recent a coach when the train parted .
    throwing York for 35 years and: was identifiedwith FIRST PRIZE.The .
    i morning the clerk on dutY.at the lIar. him on the'track and he New York Sept. 6.-Fourteen per.
    important cases, among
    is Ty taUiig house at beming: was run over by the car following.A ] sons were killed! and nearly a score
    t N. M. special them the divorce case of Kamp versus first ,one seeding if) trje correct answer we will give a
    1 SO mile west of here on the Southern from Fayetteville) N. C., injured in a fire in a 5-story double:
    Kamp which netted him a fee of beautiful life size frame
    says five picture irj gilt entitled
    train "purity"This
    loads of
    Pacific railway, was held up by a war troops from I tenement in Altorney street at an early
    South 3250. While practicing law in New
    man who wore bedraggled garments, Carolina, Georgia and Florida hour this morning. It was one of the York he amassed a fortune and had a picture is symbolical flf Metto the great health drink whieh bents
    but who knew how to handle the six. here enroute to Manassas. The worst fires in the loss of human lived all and contains no dope or harmful drug.. -
    home the sound but when
    shooter which she held in her hapd dead body of an unknown private was that has occurred on the east side in summer on To the next :1, . SLOOeaeh.
    and the Black Friday crash came he lost "
    found u. ,
    7 Mettoe eh.I' .
    miles 5..I >
    at his north of Fayetteville, several years, although the property quart
    presented head.
    his skull being 1300,000.:: .. o. 20, . 1-2 pint Metro eaeb.
    fractured side loss was"slight..
    The clerk threw up his hands and While in-New York he enjoyed the ll &I 70, .1 Metto ticket each
    a deep, clean cut circling the base The dead included four women
    the woman, after rifling the cash .
    drawer I of his esteem of the leading members of the
    left thumb. Hjs right hand man and nine children in .
    from which she
    secured about $14, rested on the end of bar and ht one time was an assistant It'-..................You J
    a crosstie from 3 to
    age months 12 years.
    took her departure.A .
    counsel of the New Haven railroad.He .
    short time later the clerk --z--- :Many: of the injured were taken to People ........Know a Good........When They_._..........It Are ... .
    caused removed to Baltimore, practicedlaw

    the arrest of George Scarborough I. for. HEWED WAY INTO CHURCH. hospitals, and it is thought that sever for some time, and the establishedthe User of. . .......In. : .Good...........Summer..._... ..._..
    al will dde Among the Injured were
    merly an Arizona ranger and the son Hotel Baltimore at a cost of $S0,- ., ..
    Sensational Affair: Occurs at Alls- five firemen, who were on a fourth ; :
    of the famous slayer of John Selman, 000. The old man retains all of his Cut out ont this coupon till II anle.........._____ .......... .....
    the outlaw. Scarborough was found gheny, Pa. floor balcony when it fell with them. faculties and his mind is as clear as in the blank space, ihf whole !
    Pittsbarg, Sept 0.-After The small number of the make
    hewing men among to an appropriate- I
    loitering around the depot: and the way into the church with an ax, the killed and injured was due to the fact a lad of twenty years. He came of teutence advertising Met to P. O........ ........ . .. .. .... . .
    clerk claimed to identify him by means distinguished ancestry, and now, with nod mail to theTropical 5
    Rev. Father Bekavac of St. Nicholas'Croatian that most of the men who lived in the I
    of his voice as the person in female i Roman .1' all his relatives dead, he dreads the Mfg. Co. County .,.. .. . State. .......-..... > 1
    Catholic church Allegheny
    building, following the Altorney custom
    tttlre who had robbed aimed Florida. l 1 ;t
    him. blow that he says, has been un. Jacksonville .
    held early mars, while a in hot weather, were asleep on
    justly at his head by the authorities }
    SIOUX BRAVES. large number of his fO:mar congrc- the roof, while few women and children of Baltimore. Remember the first 101 correct answers received get the price &4)4 in ,

    tion awaited him outside aand made were there. Those on the roof your answers lit once to the. I

    In frantic efforts to assault him at the were unable to escape by descending BEES CAUSE A PANIC.
    Start Trouble Chicago Hat Store. conclusion o"f the He was: COMP\ INY.
    Routed ceremony. through the burning building, and TROPICAL MflRUFACTUpG I

    by Police. saved from violence only by the proPtection made their way to safety over neighboring Horse Is Stung to Death-Several
    Chicago, Sept. 6.-Indian
    f were put to flight by policemen's tomahawks Bekavac of 50 policemen. When Father roofs. Meanwhile the members Persons Bandly Injured. 14 Vi. Adarrjs} St. Jacksonville: Fla.

    reached the church he of their families who had remained Anna, 0., Sept G.-\\llile the con
    clubs when 15 riotous Sioux braves !in found all .
    the doors locked nailed
    In their rooms and found escape gregation of the Sacred Heart church
    blankets, feathers and war paint fast
    Returning to his residence he cut off and panic reigned throughoutthe McCartyville:: a village miles west
    were forced out of Collins' hat storeat secured it
    an ax, applied to one
    structure. of here .were assembled in church.
    Lasalle and South Madison streets. of the doors, while the police aided
    Flaute's bees became
    Proprietor Collins saved his scalp. him to force it down under the Delay in Sending Alarm. Henry angry :
    and, lighting on the horses in swarms, .!
    The trouble was due to ,a fiery red weight of their bodies. Excitementby
    The fire started about 3 o'clock
    In.. caused great panic among them. The
    cap In the window display that at. this time had reached a high pitchin
    the morning, and there was considerable =:;;.z: came to the relief of the horses
    tracted the attention of the Indians the mob of probably 500 men and
    delay in sending in an alarm, although but before they could be free, many
    who were on their way to St. Louis women who had gathered to prevent
    the district is one of the most broke loose and ran away.
    from the Sioux reservation In Mon services being held. About 50 of Father
    thickly populated in the crowded East One fine animal, owned by C. H. KeLley sro sl \
    ta3a ,e7ery.Jay.ty t:air aorstc +
    tana. They rushed In to buy. The Bakavac's adherents attended the
    Side of New York. When the firemen was so severely stung, that it died r Cars that of eonae tefc
    first three secured the headgear, but mass. At the conclusion of the cere.many nee case a
    reached the of the tenants Mrs. Flaute and "
    scene some Instantly. Henry f/ becomes chronic. Tatra 1
    that exhausted the supply. The others the police awaited Fattier Ba-
    were jumping from the win- Roscoe Rees, who were assisting in
    could not understand kavac to escort him to the parish
    why they were
    dows and from the ends of fire- escapes freeing the horses were severely stung &JtlON'SU
    "slighted" and made threats. Someof house.At .
    that reached only to the second and both parties are confined their i
    the Sioux were anxious to fight and this stage the mob became border floor. Others were crouching in ths beds. Others were painfully injured. iI I !''q tf 1i; t DTO 1hd PELLETS i

    started a "rough house," when three and spurred on by one or two smaller rooms and narrow halls. Several The Flaute residence is near the I, '' S ';, ; :the ealp temadea whic'J seaiet Nacre a4i 'ua not gel to toL

    policemen rushed them along with women, leaders, ascended the stone ambulances were called: and the CMirch.PAY}; i ;i fif if way. Powerful purgatives gripe, pin and take coa shed l

    their fellows out of the front door. steps to the church door and as thE surgeons were kept busy caring for the It ll .,; &, -takers. Ramon's Iwohea act gently and leaf the t
    shouted threats -
    priest appeared o ,
    injured.A TEMPLETON TO WED. t eysteca independent of dnj For sate bj ail deal*.*. 0

    HER GRAVE vengeance, while women and mea number of k4 Your draggiat wfl fcraah a tree avutfa or .e slit '
    daring rescues were
    \ alike called upon their followers to I Famous Actress Will Marry Young
    attack him. The police surroundedthe made by the firemen and police, and I II
    To Be Lined with Muslin-Mary Beam Man of New York. Brown t fg. Co. f
    r priest and, with their clubs, the conditions under which they worked
    few cork Sept. 6.-Fay Temple-
    Leaves Queer Will. I ,'
    unusual and difficult.
    back the finally land. were S New Ycrk
    fought crowd
    6 Tae ton, whose fame rests largely on her |
    Upper Sandusky, O., Sept. /
    The loss of life was due to the fact
    their charge safely in the parish and areeccvile. .
    ing /
    will of the late Mary Beam, who died burlesquing of human emotions, has j \ \ ,
    house. Eight of the mob leaders that alterations were being made in
    here several weeks ago, was read in now most seriously and truly lost ber i Tenn. _yi /
    the tenement building. The basement
    three of whom are women, were takento
    of the heart. Miss Teapleton i is going to
    and Is
    probate court here one
    and the first floor the latter
    t the central station in the patrol I
    =" \ most peculiar instruments ever :filed be married when the l leaves begin to
    wagon. St. NI holas church has been about C feet above the sidewalk level I

    for record. The decedent instructed the scene of factional disturbancesfor had both been cut through the front fall.The
    casket not to man who has won her heart is
    her executor to buy a
    r several months, and the dissenters and rear walls having been removed '
    r less than $150 to have the grave no matinee idol, no member of th*
    demanded the removal of Father Be- and the upper floors being supportedby ...
    lined with bleached muslin from lop kavtc, charging misappropriation of steel beams. The exit from the stage world and is not prominent 'a For Sale by Postoffice Drug Store.

    to bottom and the top trimmed with a funds. Bishop Phelan upheld the upper floors was by way of a small. stepladder the life of the big metropolis. ;Ie

    black border. Burial was to take place comes from Syracuse. His came is
    priest and ordered him to hold services .
    Blair Frazer, and he comes from a
    In Oak Hill cemetery alongside of het in spite of the protests. Twelve families lived In the hours

    son, Edward, and a monument was to and it is said that the tearing away very wealthy Syracuse family. 'Although "

    head of their gravesto he is only 27 years old, he. attended "IlfCI II MOMENT.[
    be erected at the RUSH OF PROSPECTORS.Vast of the lower part was done so quickly fr
    Miss Templeton's dinner a
    cost not less than $275. A cream that certain of the tenants who

    burial robe was to be provided to cost Deposit of Gold Ore Found In wished to move from the building were short time ago in which she celebrated a I

    while the flowers,to her 32d anniversary as an actress. Have you decide 1 on the kind o
    from $IS.to $"0, the State of Utah. unable to get their furniture out and

    be purchased by the executor, must Salt Lake, Utah Sept. 6.-Miners in thus were compelled to remain. .. ; ,ty1 fill fertilizer you are going to use? It's

    at least $15. Notice to contest the Sandstorm mine at Goldfield have I ,
    cost Fire Escapes Removed. ROBBED THE "PEN." 1'r l l not a question of how much but

    the will was made by the decedent'sson uncovered the greatest deposit of gold I } r what kind .vui tli b Ht result

    William. ore in the history of the west foi The work of alteration has necessitated '
    ( "Tanked Up 'Phoned His "Spark"and can be obtained. You can't make a
    many years past, and a wild stampede the partial removal of the fire "Got Nabbed." : a q

    RAN AMUCK. from all parts of Nevada Is in prodress. escapes, and when the fire began the Columbus, 0., Sept. 6. C-eo. Campbell : .:. mistake when you use our high grade

    -- The ore shows a value oi% panic-stricken tenants found fire es in the : w' fertilizer --
    a "trusty" penitentiary,
    Ram !
    Man At Columbus, Ga., Goes on $6,000 to the ton and is in an enormous capes that led to the second floor and walked from the institution last '
    cash for bones
    Highest price paid dry
    in width.
    blind lode 40 feet BO further.
    : nIght. He was serving a five years'sentence
    6..A.fter roam
    Columbus. 0., Sept The value of the ore is said to surpass Then work of the firemen was great. for robbery. The clerk's

    ing naked for several hours street., terrifyingthe William all previous records, and the fact ly hindered, but over 20 persons were cash drawer in the penitentiary was / FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG. COMPANY,
    people along blacksmith employedat that it is of the free milling variety rescued by them from the fourth and looted of $25 by Campbell before he Gainesville, Fla.

    Monahan. a makes it the most valuable. The fifth floors.

    the Kilbourne & Jacobs factory mine is just north of the departed. -
    V Sandstorm Many persons received injuries by Campbell was captured In Grove-
    vas' lodged in the city prison. old town of Goldfield and is Joinedby Jumping to the sidewalk and to the sweet to him
    for port. Liberty was so
    Monahan has been an epileptic the Columbia Mountain Kruger, stone-paved court from the eneds of that he celebrated by imbibing strong -

    some time and upon a previous occasion Stlmler Fraction Kendall Argosy, the cutoff fire escapes. drink, and then he sought to telephonea JAS.M.GRAHAJT, President. flEO.W.HYDE, Vice Prei

    was confined in the state hospital. Yankee: Doodle, Desert Rose Magna The fire Is supposed to have been female acquaintance here. This

    Lately he has shown sign of returning tion and May Queen properties.The caused by the explosion of a lamp that tipped off his whereabouts.,

    Insanity, which was augumented by latest strike follows close on had been left to light the hall on the The First National BankOF

    religious delusion that he was goingto sensational finds In the Jumbo com 1. second floor and the sleeping tenants NEGROES REFUSE TO WORK.

    be destroyed. nation and Florence mines at Goldfield were not aroused until the Hallway GAINESVILLE.

    Wednesday evening he beat his wife. and the excitement in the locality was ablaze and escaped through the Demand for Cotton Pickers Far Exceeds .

    Then he began his wild rampage. He is said to be greater than during building cut off. the Present Supply.

    was running down the street when a the rush caused by the White Pine The fire was soon extinguished and Moultrie, Ga, Sept. 6.-There is the The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

    driver of a delivery wagon pointed discoveries 40 yearso. The scene the search for the dead began. Police greatest demand for cotton pickers Capital . . . .. . . . . .... .. .. .. ..850,000 00

    tift whip at him. .. at Goldfield Is said to border on a I reserves had been called out and with here that has ever been known. Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . .. .. . . 20XX( 100

    Monahan seized a rock and struck panic and the effects of the great difficulty: kept back the crowd that Cotton has opened earlier and fast. Does exclusively a banking basinets, with facilities equal to any bank in the

    the man in the back, painfully In- strike are already being felt in adjoin had gathered from the densely popu- er than ever known, and farmers are state. 80licts the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations,

    juring him. Then he started for Tim ing states. lated neighborhood while the bodies anxious to saTe it before a Septembergale Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. AH business

    Bresnahan'g saloon, on Fourth street were being brought down to the street destoys it In the patch. The tra ua ted promptly.

    and the bartender seeing him coming YOUNG MAN SHOOTS SELF. Most of the dead were found on the prices being paid for itis acceptableand I. t7 H. E. TAYLORCa&hUrMcMillan

    closed the door Monahan in his fren- two upper floors. it is being hurried to market.

    ty did not stop for the door, but Said that Girl's Refusal to AccompanyHim While the search of the building There are a number of empty wagons

    went through the window, taking the Caused the Act. was going on four firemen were at ia Moultrie for hands every day, but

    window sash with him. He smashed Columbia S. C., Sept. 3.-In the 'Work on a fourth floor balcony when the negro women and boys who loaf

    several show cases and caused a panic country 14 miles east of Swansea"pluck" It gave way. Another fireman on the around town cannot be enticed out Bros

    among the loiterers In the saloon. Hildebrand 20 years old shot balcony on the floor below was also into the sunshine.
    the heart and Is likely
    out himself over
    Then the frenzied man started carried down and probably was fatally -
    c At 30 Years Learns to Walk.
    4 on his wild course, encountering several to die. injured. The other four were
    whom he assaulted if they The young man, it 1* said, asked i Fort Wayne Sept. 6.-Held bedfast,
    people ba-dlyhurt. but will recover.
    did woman to go to church wit for 25 years apparently by the powetof Southern Copper Works
    He young
    of his
    did not move out way. Two of them fell upon a pile of bed.
    all him. She refused or pleaded a pre suggestion, Miss Ella Cnn lrll-n, of
    not attempt to Insult women and: ding in the court yard and their Injuries Stills
    neighborhood re- Tious engagement When Hild *>rand this city 30 years old, is learning tfl Manufacturers of Turpentine
    of the the iron
    of the women were caused chiefly by :
    later saw her with another man, ht walk. At the age of 5 her hack was
    milned indoors until the police work of the balcony falling on them.
    was notified and landed him in went to hIs room and fired the shot injured by a fall, and the physician .. and General Metal Workers.Old .

    f properly from which he Is now in a critical in attendance said she never could
    he was
    a patrol wagon after
    condition. Farm with 10,000 Pigeons. walk again. She went to bed and had
    Arriving at the city prison Manahan Tornado Nonistown.Pa.,.Sept 6.-E. C. Cam staid there since, eating BO solid food Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

    to destroy things generally and Injured ming, of Worcester township Is conducting and hardly. moving. ;Recently. Laving through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
    i ; began LflCroste, Wis., Sept. 3...- ght pen a Neon tarn.on which there been taken to a hospital bcue
    would injure either of thefollowing
    K iras feared that he' last night by *: tornado wire will receive prompt attention at
    removed to the ons were are now 10,000 birds. He changed her stepmother became IB and could
    bhnaelt H. was then In the southern works ,
    re"he lodged in.a 'aad lightning' from chicken to pigeons, as the,latter care for her no longer, she wu exazo .-!1/11>
    comity Jaflstrn was 'Si m ouehooM
    1 padded celL $ VIUt :spent.the: .;entire partot irere'bor&ed this city.by>a chock* of lightnls&_ -tt j*50, percent more pro1it&bJ;Abort ined by physician, and be couU ted. FAY En, WILLE, H. C. : SAYANHAH. Gfc ;; .

    i' =' night 'i'la raving, and teed his another residence flytaj 500 'aqu&bJ'u oU weekly, the young no reason why the patfettt choold act

    the chile In blrta' fiadi&x a ready market in New walk. She now more* about. Woo FLA MOBILE ALA
    bid a* a fcttterlnz ram against': struck and injured two. AD JACKSONVILLE ,
    I debris i York at |5 & doMo. solid food aad U pmJq iitgtl.
    pill recover. \ .
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    . Interesting Facts for Farmers i DISEASE ijard Man To Beat.

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    An Education il') Display of the Depart- Altoona, Pa., June 20, 1903

    : ment of Agriculture at the tt I was afflicted with Tetter in bad shapeIt
    would appear in blotches as large as mj
    World's fair. hand, a yellowish color, and scale off
    You can imagine how offensive it was .

    i In the Unitsl! :states Government box cf the same rruit mat naa been For twelve years I was afflicted with thi "
    , building at the V JrU'3 Fair the de- I trouble. At night it was a case of scratch /
    k several and many times no rest at all. Seeing the
    yartment of agriculture occupies a
    I good' the medicine was doing a friend
    full eighth cf the i immense floor space. ered at the proper stage of its ripen who was taking it for Eczema, I com
    This is ia fair proportion: to the importance ing with the fruit picked too soon or '. menced it,and as a result the eruption began H it itV tE

    , of the SaC'J=ary on which the too late. The difference in each case to dry up and disappear, and to-daj

    E rsl vrealtn of the nation depends. For .. Is so manifest, the market loss so very I am practically a well man. Only twc
    It h from the soil, from inexhaustible apparent, that surely such an error. tiny spots are left on the elbow and shin

    p.. Mother Earth, that vast tribute i3 once so convincingly brought home, where once the whole body was: affected.
    ( I have confidence in the medicine,
    : drawn by : from generation will be Or the every
    year year ; never repeated. pack- and feel sure that in a short time these

    f to. Generation. ?ling may be defective here are two remaining spots will disappear

    Agriculture not only supplies the 1 oranges that have traveled far with- : S. S. S. is certainly a great blood purifier .

    food of toe peoi; ?, but it is: the foster- out damage shown as they should be : and has done me a world of good.I .
    mother, direct: c.r. indirect: of all our ; racked; close by are otners that are am grateful for what it has accomplished
    manufacturing ir ustries ant: com- bruised and discolored, simply I' and trust that what I have said
    be'I'I will lead others who are similarly afflict
    merci&I eBteryrjse. rn recognition of cause they were improperly packed !
    ed to take the remedy and obtain th
    tki great truth the g< \errmcnt spends the eye guided by contrast can tell at-1! :same: good results that I have.
    1svislly of irs revenues: tr the main- "a glance. And so on, and so on. These : 125 East Fifth Ave. JOHN F. LEAR.

    z' .; .."."..,...>..{ ', ... .... ..,,"..,_-""..:'. :''_:;_ '''__..o.-'-'.,...._.,_ ,I !I -While washes,soaps salves and powders
    :::::,--<;"' .. ,, '.'''. ,' ,..'. .Mv'- : ., -; t- "" .: : : ..;-'.. ; x \\t;. i i real cause of the disease. The blood must
    ; : .; ') c ':' .. :', ., : ,' ;,. ; ;:Z< be purified before the cure is permanent.
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    for the constant services of a small I scores of telling object-lessons:: of the price, T. W. 11fi'iiA GO t (

    R army of experts in every departmentof );: same kind.' I THEIKAGKEr' COMPANY.: DANGER COMING I ,

    research that: ha a bearing on the Perhaps the nan of the soil is in The Store With The Yellow Front. -DAELERS INHARDWARE-

    land and its productiveness. These search of some product that will thrivein Signs that Point to Bright's Disease '
    efforts are focused, so to speak' at the his particular locality replace an
    I or other Fatal Forms
    World's Fair !In Ft. Lout! where a :imported luxury and so afford! him a It Will
    of 1
    magu1 cent demonstration is given of I profitable return for his enterprise and Kidney- i

    what the department is scroaplishing I ;industry. The department places at
    to aid the farmer, the stock raiser, the I Us disposal: facts and figures gathered There are thousands of persons who art AGENTS FOR THE5'lislsaiia3. :

    lumberman, the fruit grower and all i i by experts who have traveled allover j Pay You unconsciously in danger of the fate that : "I 1! -
    i "iOldUHickcry Wagon.
    I I i has lately befallen so of most /\"
    who derive their Inclined:: from the the world for this very purpose. many our

    Foil It there are carries to be :I>I Ranged:: in showcases are'many fruits prominent men and women who have died
    You have Real Estate Let You Prices Materials.
    fought. new methods to be learned the ':i: :ad vegetables: all capable of acclimatt- lr to sell any from! kidney trouble. These diseases are ills Furnishl; on BuildingOcala.TIorida.

    experience of other nylons: to be ;: zion: in America, some of them in I alarmingly on the Increase,and they comeon -

    drawn upon, here U the place to come gradual process of successful acclii ORYou're so Insidiously that few realize their .

    In quest of knowledge.One i realization-Jordan almcnis: from condition till life Is actually in danger. r
    of the chief methods adopted to i Spain: pistachio nuts from Italy, thinking of comingto
    Inculcate: truths established by experience broad beans from England, truffles IF Florida for a home, In the early stages of kidney disease

    is the effective cne of con- j frcm France, Cget! door date. from there may be headache, backache, unnatural 125 Bushels Onion Sets.

    rast. The inquirer is invited to )"01... Algeria! manse fror.- India, mangos- OR appetite, bad taste In the mouth,

    on this picture ani on that.: :: In this! frs from Ceylcn, feitcbes.-: from dry or furred tongue, thirst, dry skin or

    I show case, for example! are apples of China! eves a new salad: plant from You desire to ingest in any strong perspiration,sediment in the urine I ,
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    particular kind grown on bandy soil i i I Japan ttOUTH I IF kind of Florida property, or unnatural feelings in various parts of

    ; 0 the body. Don't expect all these signs We will on September 1st have for sale ItS Bushelsof

    f t ) :.- .",: :" TO SEE to show themselves. As soon as you
    : Onion Sets-the Bermuda and Silver Skin. .
    [ notice any of them commence it ones
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    t .. u.' :"' '<....... ." the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUBB.

    ':;;( i;; ?'. THOMAS MAPLE, Blrbeck, III, writes: Ocala Seed Store.

    t J. H.lIVIHCnOH &SONS "I had a very bad case of kidney trouble .

    I and my back pained me so I could not f _
    x"I 'L i straighten up. The doctor's treatmentdid

    l FLORIDA. me no good. I saw FOLEY'S KIDNEY 99999999999999999999999999

    CUBE advertised and took one bottle

    li which cured me and I have not been 5 ill( Goods Delivered! f rt e. Write for Price List. :

    affected since I gladly recommend this ,

    $500 Given Away remedy." e S j

    i 9Vrite I'WO- us or ask an It Is a simple thing to make your kid. S S i ji

    Alabastine dealer for neys right when they are not badly affected .
    full particulars and Free sample card of ; but It Is not so easy after destructionhas
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    > 1 :i't lab set In. FOLEY'S KEDSEY: CCBB will rt ; I'f 1
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    t eure every form of kidney and bladder t ]

    i,. t 1: ] THS SANITARY WALL COATLNLDestroys trouble If taken early and It will give relief r )

    :; t disease germs and vermin. even In the most hopeless cases. It
    Never rubs or scales You can apply it : .
    f ; i -mix with cold water. Beautiful effects b an honest preparation aid will do all '1 yAR OtoII
    I I on walls and white and delicate tints. that Is claimed lot U. 1 {ruliil Qt 1 e 1
    1'1 I NOT a disease breeding out-of-date
    h; i ft 0/1 ...., .ff"" S. hot water glue fanciful preparation. Kalsoj and- Postotflt't" Drug Store I : 1
    mines: names
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    t 1".f'oi:.;g'. :id mixed with bet water. are stuck on with t e
    r ".. 15.:.<:.i. ?:1! glue, wbicli r '. nourishing germs of -- S

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    :s.j",'':'" '>: >.I i Lure. BuY Alj'-.stloe in 5 Ib. pkgs., k .Y C
    { properly IaUot paint, hardware
    land drug .' :a -<. Leaflet of tints, VermifugeTHE
    PALACE OF C .d"ilntsonDec'-- "and artists' :
    i ideas tree. UAl; ILIf! CO.,Iii tatter St..H T.. I TTvT1
    Greed 1al4s.lkL
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    t J ", :: and side by side are apples.of the same What can be done in America to establish :
    For sale by Mclver& H. B. Masters.UcIVER THE GUARANTEED i
    t ,, F kind produced under identical conditions or extend their growth? Thisis -- -_ I
    of climate but grown on a heavy a question which intelligent observers

    clay soil. Even a child if asked to who flock to St. Louis from all and MACK ) t WORM .

    "take one" will put his hand into the parts of the United States will answer

    proper box. Again there are about and will be aided to answer by inspecting

    5 CO varieties of strawberries shown by these government exhibits .Agajjk ..... REMEDY i4&d
    means of models that exactly reproduce there are barks for tanning woods for \ <

    size, shape and color :All are dyeing herbs for medicinal purposes >D-- CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ;
    : excellent, all are marketable. But the leaves that yield essences, shrubs that 1

    problem presented to the grower Is- give spiws,seeds that render oils, roots FUNERAL THK IWAMC etNUINK Or FMEPANtO IMITATION ONLY*. BY Old Farrett C U'1'1 $:.Oif.Old Miller Rye JUKI.( ? '' 1

    I- which is the one variety that test of commercial value for a variety of Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. C'1rU $2.50. "Bn ett" Rye $- .. APPle and Peach Brandies

    suits my climate and my soil? The uses-all at the present time mainly DIRECTORS.Have or. LOUIS. MO. It $2.00 to SI OJ Kentucky Pride $3.20. Bowena 4 x Rye $3.3)!

    t decislon Imported. These are shown !In large bend Poetofficeler Express Money Orders. J
    bulk samples that can be handled and -i Anti-Monopoly Store. J

    failure depends. Once more, the quest examined, and are accompanied by '
    tion may arise; "Have I handled roy suggestive hints as to the possible ex. a full stuck of Coffins. Caskets BOWEN & COMP A"Y. '
    jroui spue tim
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    fruit properly Look on this box of tension of cultivation; Was there and Burial Outfit Special given to Study at t. HomeVtillze edaeatl.5.r+ getting a J JIe
    ; pears that after gathering were ever a more Important practical lesson Burial may and you
    : With ftc Tablet Home '
    tarn more. Study Lessons Deed
    .promptly put away for safe keeping, provided for the agriculturists!' .. 1 te*,.homfegx employment la leant Bookke |Naf,you A'lunette not 140 E. BAY ST., JACKSOKVJLLE, FLA
    j and compare It with the Juxtaposed America? EDMUND MITCHELL Embalming : to Order-.I Al .
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    ': "Before re tony in the Courts' of Record and fa! "Section 10. The Legislature shall not NOTICE OF ELECTION. NOTICfc.

    l'flvi Day" Organizations In Whereas The Legislature of 1903, un- all criminal cases originating in the Cir pass special or local laws in any of the .

    l' Leon Cer the Constitution of 1SS5 of the State of cult Courts. The court shall have the pow followlEg enumerated cases; that Is to say,
    County Florida. Florida did pass seven Joint resolutions er to Issue writs of mandamus, certiorari, regulating the jurisdiction and duties ol I To'he Sheriff. o' Mrioocounty, of the sta'e of In the Orcn-t Court. Finn Judicial Cirqafc of

    Tallahassee. }'., Sept 8.-Since proposing amendments to the Constitution prohibition, quo warranto. habeas corpus any class of officers or for the punishmentof Honda \ Florida. Marxm Coaoty.In .

    of the State of Florida and and also all writs necessary or proper to crime or misdemeanor; except for the [> E IT KNOWN, THAT I. H. CLAY CRAW-
    [fatur ay night trouble it has been agreed to by a vote of same were the complete exercise of its Jurisdiction.! enforcement of special local laws regulating 1) FO-D. secretary of state of the state of Re Proceeding to Ecttbifch T*> .

    tun t..11 there are five the members elected to three-fourths each house of all Each of the Justices shall have power to the practice -of courts of Justice; F.odd*, do hereby give ftouce that a GenttaJ :!. 2777 aid n*>. <* .Oworter. tt,A. O.
    Before that rl1 wi.l tukl
    ; 'C1I"'I be
    Day Issue IB state
    writs 1895-
    the vote on said Joint of habeas corpus to any providing tor changing venue of civil and I county
    cu3: ::1 Ltim oouaty. resolutions were en of the part Ii Fl..nd.o. on Tt.eJy stvt 5 oec eini{ tae
    While It 13 tered upon their respective Journals, with State upo petition by or on beaall criminal cases; granting divorces; changing fihl ':uD.l.. ,n November A.I). tao the _Id T>ADpC HOtIe& sad all others whom it may
    6&1 I i-:.ub* were cranked lastt.ei yeas and nays thereon, and they did determine any person held In actual custody and! the names of persons; vacating roads; Imsca brid ; the Concern;
    find may make such writs returnable before summoning and Impaneling grand and petit
    that oAr nthr
    the SitfithDotf
    Cu' said Joint ,
    a mmber of per. ba submitted to resolutions himself or the Supreme Court. or any Justice -,Juries and providing for their compensation I A'OC AKS HbRKBV NOTIFIED THAT
    tet uill I I make affidavit to the State at the the electors of the thereof. or before any Circuit Judgo ; for assessment and collection of P .r fi?f p-tudeatwl elector-,. I W Allip. by b1a .U.>rB y, Carlo I.runk. S *-
    general election In November, and when For o-ic representative of th* 1st COBg reanoo* t Eaq. ha this uy a led ta this coon .
    not for
    taxes State
    1901 returned to the Supreme and county and municipal
    iI SI' dubs unre been a' Jiviict o f Manila in the finy-nmtb congress HI ckublisn Tx Certificate No.
    known Now therefore. I. II. Court, an appeal to that court shall always -purposes; for opening and conducting elections I of the raited Stales U4ued December 2-1. 1* for rjp.
    I Clay Crawford. $ unpaid Uir
    f11 I uity for the lie.Section. for State and county 1 or .v -">')' ,f the 'a1eof Fiorid.
    past three Secretary of State of the State and municipal ihr yr',r i!<94 an4 '.. to** aa tie vonkwieMqaftrtcr
    I 1o hereby give of Florida, 11 of article ? of the Constitution,officers and for designating the places of Kr virtiary or oiateof tfeettateof Florida. of M>uth al quarter MIld tovtk bait of
    notice that a of the State of Florid Is hereby amen.led voting; for the sale of real estate belongingto I r:,,r attorney veurtal oi The date of PiorKto. soufienst qoarter ol teetion i t, woclup 17

    ':nbered that about three GENERAL ELECTION' so as to read as follows: I minors. estates of decedents. and of F.r comptroller of the stale of Florid range niaiBiiig lat acres of laud; .d also

    I will be held In each In "Sec. 1L The Circuit Courts shall have>persons laboring: under disabilities Fo- tr..bur"r of the .of ttonda. Tax Certificate No rW i cu ed December td
    .1 county Florida legal
    Je- aegro appeared in Rich on ; our supe.intend*jt of public uxtraetioa of H 95. for unpaid taxes tor the .
    Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday. exclusive original jurisdiction in all cases:!regulating the fees of officers of the Stats I dO -wte4 Florida northeast aorthrast year r4 04 OM th*

    a .:.any averring that !v In November, A. D. ISOi the said Tuesday. in equity. Also in all cases at law not or county or municipalities; giving effect ft>r commissioner 01 agriculture of the state :i 6. township qvarter 17 range 24. coouininf,arter oi 1IC11I.Q xetioa

    i from Washington city being the cognizable by inferior courts, and in all,to informal or invalid deeds cr wills; uk Florida land The petition Mates that tats property 40 was
    cases involving the legality of legitI-1 F'>r one jasttcr of the npremr ctxntof the .Maom! the
    \ EIGHTH DAY OF any tax, apessoient >>mizing children; providing for the to above named A pm Buick at
    ItTJond this negro niadt UK NOVEMBER, or toll; of the action of ejectment,;of children; relieving minors from legal a'eol Fiuri'ia'orillt the oUte of sale; that these crru&catt were

    l ,),och, advising his race to for the ratification or rejection of the satf and of a:* actions Involving the titles or;disabilities; and for the establishment of state For of threejuatctiof Florida. the supreme court ot the issued to the said petitioner; Not that tney were
    Joint resolutions proposing amendments to boundaries of real estate and of all crimnal !-|ferries." lotit or dtsttoyed at 'i time unknowa tn the peti
    d. : :tl'! of mean thing Hs the Constitution cf the State of Florida cases not cognizable by Inferior courts;! Section 24. -article 3. of the Constitution yl For Ftonoa our rtUed cowmiMimer. for the state Uonrr, and p.ty!r bo made that tilt Mad eer 16catoi .

    & organization of the "Be- tlz: b'e and original Jurisdiction of action of !orc1-;'of the State of Florida Is hereby amendedao For two members he house of represe.taitT.o the"ststute may be ID rt-esiabiu.hcd such caaes made in accordkacc ana provided.with

    Club." entry. and unlawful detainer and of as to read follows ; the stale of Florida. aDd
    t :; : j Thia organlzatioa such other as : fcccordiug ta b-Untia! copies of ike ccru6c -
    ARTICLE :: matters as the Legislature may "Section 24. The Legislature shall establish or -m" JttOgC. ; *tr' >, ittucbed to the petiucn filed.
    t.a: > be national in its charac provide. They shall have final appellate For sh-eriJ Now. therefore
    a uniform system of county you.1Ip.t Hoack. aod ali
    jurisdiction! in all civil and government .. \;ri.ithecircatcotnt. others whom
    criminal it
    It I : work of cases It shall divide may concern ale hereby 8otiied
    -- -
    organizing must arising in the For county tL-aatot of (wee*. that
    County Court : voo are
    or before the required to before
    bJ \ i first Instituted in Florida Constitution That the following amendment to tu I County Judge. and of all misdemeanors classes of not more than four, on the basis II Fur tax co.lector.fcr Hon. W. s. Bullock Judge of appear the Mid ooMt.the at

    .f the State of Florida be. and civil eases tried in the of population; it shall establish for 'J"U'y treasurer his office in Ocala Hanoa }. Florida
    i i1' .i,: existed three years in Leon and the same ishereby agreed to, anJ I cf judgments or sentences Courts of of Record ,nch class a uniform: system of government I F; I -j;rntnendcut of pabhe instruction.t Wednesday the seth day of September. A. D.oa

    tal I shall be submitted to the electors of the nicipal court, and ot all any m\.1ei ; It shall provlda for the re- j i cuuim surveyor. 1004 or wherever else he may be Jwutd on that
    cases arising For nyc conrausnmtess.
    Io Slate at the bei incorporation or county date to show cause why Die Mid certificate
    jrwieral election in now existing nuclei j *
    November fore Jw
    tes of
    : \ : '!'>; are known to exist inone 1304, for ratification or rejection. ,, Trhich thfre Is the Peace io counties in:polity and for the Incorporation of each For three members of the. coutny board.of should not be re-Chtablubed.

    U. .'.r:-- at Tallahassee, Lake Section 6 of article 8 of the ConaUti'- of RPC''@. and no supervision County Court and appellate or Court hereafter to be Incorporated municipality public For justice instruction.! of the peace in aad foe the fbltow- day Witness of July my\.hand O.. aDd otttial aoU tail Mb

    IL: I. t !,,' Jackson, Da\vklns Pond and tion of the State of Florida Is hereby jurladieU.: of matters arising before Coun Into one of such classes, and no law re 11w lUhf'd.'icts. viz: 19Df.S.. 1'. tllftB.V ..
    I amended so aa to read as follows: ty jud?< pertaining to their probate Juris bUng to tl& creation government or powers Number one. uen UrQIDLrt..
    tho \: I ttn: neighborhood. These Section 6. The Legislature shall provide diction or to the estate and interest of of any municipality or number of uuniclpaliiles Number two. By Niel A. Weathers, D. C. 7.a.

    Ii'j' -; may not number one hunniliers. for the electIon by the qualified electors of minors, c-'id of such other matters as the less than the whole of a class. Number t nret'.
    each county of the Legislature shall be valid." Number four.
    dr. for following county officers may provide. The Circuit Number five.
    h. it is well known ; Court arJ Judges shall have power to-I Section 8. article 8, of the Constitution of Number \ NOTICE.?

    tha: tLr. .' are many good negroe3 A Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Sheriff issue writs of mandamus, injunction quo,the State of Florida Is hereby repealed. : Number MX.''. -

    Constable a County Assessor of Taxes, wsrranto. efrtiorari pronlbition. habeas Number eight.
    tb.n.mt! ) the county who a ,
    are not inJJlIIallY
    County Tax Collector a County Treasurer, corpus an.1 all writs proper or necessary1to The votes cast In compliance with said umber nine. Notice at Application for Tax litMl
    i !' with this organization. They a Superintendent of PublU- instruction and the eo'.iplete exercise of their Jurisdic. proposed amendments, .and the canvass, Number ten. of ruder Sec-
    turn >
    I a County Surveyor. tion." '!declaration and returns thereof. shall be Number eleven. S > Chapter 4**, Law. of FterUta.
    w-a: ; > live I ic peace and quiet, anti j jf Number h\et'e.
    The term of office of all county officers Section of article 5 of the Constitutionof subjected to the same regulations and restrictions IS HFRKBY GIVKNTHAT
    will f axe nothing to do with it. mentioned in this section shall be four the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso as are provided by law for general Number Number tbtrtcea.fourteen. NOTICE l1ltr. purchaser ot dty tax oerti&catr CRA .

    T Nv can be no doubt but that jears, except ;h it the term of office of as to read as follows: elections la the State of Florida. Number fifteen. >:o. 39. dated the 4th day ol November. A D.
    "Sec. 24 Upon the In testimony whereof, I have hereunto 1 1S95 and certificate No
    the County Assessor of Taxes application of a ma Number Mxteea. 337 dated September
    Mr E iprs was murdered by a mem Collector and ('.)Unty Treasurer County Tax I jority of the registered voters of any set my baud and affixed the great seal oi Number wcicnt en. A. I). 1900 has filed said certificates my office.

    b. ,r f two years Lntil the general election, shall be in 1 county !T this State the Legislature shall the State or Florida at TaEaiaBsea the Number eighteen. in and accsrdaoce has made application with Uw. for tax deed to UMWC
    ovember establish in such county a court of .capital, thli the first day of August A. D. Number nineteen. Said certificate* ma-
    190, HI which record brace the
    ..f tV northern section of thia election they also and t'lere shall be 1904. Numper tveoty. following described property atuated
    "touniy shall be elected for terms of four )'earseach : I of the said one Judge for each i (L. S.) IL CLAY Number twentyone.Number i i: Marion county. Florida, &.,:
    are greatly incensed, since it and thenceforth all county officers j courts, who shall be a practlc-j CRAWFORD. twenty-two. Southwest quarter of block jo dine' addition

    has: ho..n given out by a member of the named in this section shall be elected for: ling attorney at law. and wto shall be, ap-l:i! J3ecretaryof State.To umber tweuty-three. to Ocala: and commencing too feet east of south
    terms of four Their pointed: bv tne Governor and confirmed by'i 1't.rrv H O u:ent. SHcnff M.ionCouty.LIIMBER Number twenty-four. west corner lot 6 1J. C. Smith addition. east y
    Bi-fniv Day Club that of years. powers. duties the Senate, and who --- feet north 100 feet west
    : many the nd ; shall hold his office': -- Number twenty-five. 50 feet south too (dvi.
    ala compensation shall be prescribed b V'for tour years. The The said land being assessed at the
    annual salaryof the Number twenty-six. oate ol
    rituens of that
    section have been w. the
    ':Judge of said courts shall be paid quarterly -) 1 Number twenty-s..ven. Issuance of such certificate in the name of
    seectt'd as victims. While some peo. by the county where such court Is es Number t\cnty.eight. said parties unknown and Shack Phillips Unle t

    pie are nervous and excited about the ARTICLE XXII. .tablished and shall be as follows: In counfes I.'umber Number twenty-nice.thirty law. certificatfri tax: deN will shall Usue be redeemed thereon according on the ijlh to
    I That or less than fifteen thousand day of
    the follow amendment to the popula.t1 -! Number thirty one. September. A. D. 1904.
    matter the brave and .
    determined men | Constitution of the n. one thousand dollars; In counties of Witness my oficial
    State -of FlorIda be For constable in and for the following ju.ticcd signature and seal this
    of Leon county, who are in the habit and the same Is hereby agreed to, and from fifteen thousand to thirty thousand trict.. viz: S the loth day of AusfUjt" 1904

    shall be submitted the population, sixteen hundred dollars; in! Number one. S.?. SISTRONK.
    of setUing such issues when they State at the general election electors in 1S04.of the for counties of from thirty thousand to forty' no ra II afld Number two S 13 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Ok. Fla

    come. are quiet and determined, and ratification or rejection. five thousand population two. thousand IlIEI) Number three. '
    dollars and in .umber four.
    will settle this Section 8 of article 12 ; counties of more than forty
    problem whenever itprelenta of the Constitution: five thousand population twenty-four hun, Number fite NOTICE. '
    itself in bold U hereby amended so as to read as fallows i: dred dollars and all Number six..
    I a fearless ; Criminal Courts of
    Section 8. Each shall Number oe"el1.NW"beuigbt. .
    county be required Record now established In this State shall Dry Siding Flooring and Ceiling.
    mAnner to assess and collect annually for ,I In the Circuit
    Court of
    suprcrt upon the adoption of this amendment become Number nine. Fifth Judicial Circuit
    I Two more negroes were brought in of public free schools therein a tax and be Courts of Record as herein' Number ten. of Florida in and(or Marion couaty

    I from Bradfordville Monday afternoon of not less than three (3) mills nor more provided, and all officers of such Criminal B. H. Seymour I Number eleven. in Chancery. Divorce.
    than seven (j mills the dollar ,
    on of all: Courts of Record shall be officers of such' Turaber twelve .
    by Deputy Sheriff John Hopkins. Theii taxable property In the same. courts. and discharge the duties and receive Ocala Fla. Number thirteen. Janie Morgan, PltintiiT n. Walter Morgan,

    names are Henry Henry and William the emoluments of such until the expirationof I Number fourteen. Defendant
    I ARTICLE Number fifteen.
    XXIII. t'I. tr "
    present term of office. S
    t Robinson. They are in the Leon coun. That the following amendment ta tha Section 25 of article 5 of the Constitutionof Number Number sixteen seventeen LT herein Is ORDERED named Walter TUaTTdE Morgan DKFgVBAST be and he

    i tj Jail. Deputy Sheriff Langstcn returning Constitution of the State of Florida be and the State of Florida Is hereby amendedso Number ei hteeu. hereby required to appear to the bill of m plain u
    the as to read as follows: Number nineteen. in this cause on or before .
    to Jacksonville on Monday ar. same hereby agreed to, and shall be.
    ft submitted to the electors # the State at "Section 23.: The Court of Record shall Number twenty. M'tular, the $rl rfny "f ietalr. A. D
    rested two negroes and put them in the general election In November. A. D. have exclusive jurisdiction of all criminal Number twenty-one twU

    *JaiI at lAke City named John Dixon 1904. for ratification or rejection. cares, not capital which shall arise in' Number Number twenty-three.twenty-two. be is further ordered that a copy of this tnitr

    Section 18 of article 5 of the Constitution said county, and of all cases at law ta Number twenty.four. week published in the once Ocala a week for eight e.ti
    and George Robinson. These Banner.
    negroes hall be and Is hereby amended so as to which the demand or value of the property Number twenty five Done this the isth day of Jul,. A. D. Mt4.
    J got off at Lloyd on Saturday when read as follows: does not exceed: one thousand dollars.) Number twenty-six S. 1'. StaTkDNK.

    j. the Tallahassee train passed there. I Sfectlon IS. The Legislature may organize and. concurrent with the Circuit Court Number twmty-seveu Clerk dm Court.
    shall have Number twenty-eight.
    :| exclusive
    jurisdiction .
    I. of pro-i
    In such counties as It may think proper .
    Number .
    eeedlngs relating to forcible entry and twehty-nine Complaisant's Sthcitw. ..".
    I County Courts which shall have jurlsd1c.tlon unlawful Number thirty.
    : Caterpillars Injure Cotton. of all cases at law In which the demand detainer of lands and tenements." Numberthirtyone.

    : or value of the property Involved I Section 26 of article 5 of the Constitution a In testimony wnercof I have hereunto set

    Valdosta, Ca., Sept. Caterpillars I I shall not exceed five hundred dollars: of;, 3f the State of Florida Is hereby amended my hand and affined the great seal NOTICE.
    so as to read as follows: of the state ot Florida at Tallahassee -
    hare appeared in the cotton fields oithU : proceedings relating to the forcible entry'j; "Section 26. There shall be six terms [L s.[ the capital this the first day of -
    unlawful detention of lands and tenements .
    county and are already doing con or of the Court of Record in each year." September, A. D. 19041I. 1ntheCtreu.tCemirtmjJ--'
    and of misdemeanors and final C.AY CRAWFORD flKatt
    appellate 'i t Section 27 of -- ----- ,
    article 5
    tIJerable damage. They made their Jurisdiction In civil cases arising In I. Uon of the State of the Constltu- 9-2 Secretary of State. 01 Honda iu aM fin .t aa.
    the courts of the Justices of the Peace. Florida Is hereby To Perry II. Nugent 511eriiU1arion County. *
    Appearance a few days ago in a field oi I amended so as to read as follows: Chancery. '
    I The trial of euch appeals be de novo)'"
    t. Z. R. Hulchlnson. about a mile north I may "Section 27. There shall be for each W C Cleveland. -pfaln.az. M. ktflfK r.
    The 1/
    of the
    a t the option appellant County P'Court of Uncord a Prosecuting NOTICE.
    of the city and are reported as multi I fudge shall be the Judge of the County P' to be named the County Solicitor Attorney., who LTULLQT8. Barr tt *!.. Duftudam,

    .. plying rapidly. Added to this the cotton Court and shall be an attorney at law. ,'shall be appointed by the Governor and 'IT ISORD88KDTHTTHBDBWW 4NFTS

    Skat sfcall be elected by the c.ualIfieI Isonflrmed. by the Senate, and who shall V \ Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of herein Ullled. termer B ftur sit ">\IJert
    I growers are finding it difficult tr electors ot said county at the 'hold office for eW: & W. Birr. be. sad are htfcv reqair d io.)}" .r
    four years. His Chapter iSSS, Laws of Florida in
    the bill of
    I'I'i compensa
    of offer the said Judge la elected a Prosecuting Attorney % compUMt M UU c u*< on .jr before
    get pickers Many them are 'Uon shall be fixed by-law. VMO/mjZ2Qt YTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THVT A. W X
    for said county who shall hold office i Section t5 of article 5 of "" l' Land Oliver Fort .purchasers of certificate J/. wAy. /* tM
    lag $1.23 per 100 pounds for pickinj I ; the Constltu.ptlon t'\ tax jtt. u/ jfeyteMter, .1 n .-. I
    for four His duties and
    years. compensation / J dated the 6th of .
    of the State of Florida Is hereby No. 1753. day Aug. A D. 1900.' It i.1 further ordered UM
    long staple cotton and even at this ; shall be prescribed by law. Sucit amended' so as to read as follows: *? sl VCiias. '" has filed said certificate in my office. and ha* be pubHhtd once a week for a covv four ol cua this ord f t ..
    I courts may be abolished at the -- made application for tax deMb to issue in accordance weeks in the Ocla ecMCrvC
    The "Section 2S. All offenses / > snner.Donethi4hdayqJ.Jy.
    price labor U very scarce. grow. ,I triable in ten : -. with law said cciilicate embraces the
    : the Legislature. Courts of Record shall be prosecuted ntJOn described A. I. IK*.
    wi are anxious to get their cotton following property situated in l'.
    Provided that all County Judges .holdingsaid Information under oath and may ba filed S Marion county, Florida. towit: T.SWTHf.VK.
    out while the weather is fair and the office at the ratification of this amendment at any time whether the court Is in sea. 6QT& Northeast quarter of southeast quarter and TVLIS K. BMMMI. Clerk C mt C uit
    shall continue In the exercise of the.sloa or DOt by the County Solicitor but southeast quarter of southeast quarter section a Complainant' By Nell A. W..u..r. D. C.
    Is good. baUertor.
    price duties thereof according to their respective'th!: e grand Jury of the Circuit Court forthe I ; $43.9Y 36 township 16 range 1- 7 at
    I ara'' The said land ed at the date of the --
    commissions and until their successors county in which said Court of Record being asae -
    duly qualified. and provided further, thf i il Ia held indict for offenses issuance of cuch certificate in the name of P. Q
    Sympathetic Strike. may ia : Brown trustee also L. A. Gnggs and J. & NOTICE.In .
    when any County Court shall hereafter t..e the Court of Record. Upon the finding of Martin. Unless said certificate shall be rt-
    Chicago Sept 8.Gasmakers.. m& established In any county la this State, the'jsuch indictment the Circuit Judge shall' S > I L decreed ace rding to law tax deed will iliiue'

    chlnUtt bricklayers and other crafts County Judge of said county shall hold his ifommit or ball the accused for trial In thereon on the iqth day of Sept. A. D. 1904. the Circuit Court fih. Hfth 3ws1 list

    office and perform the duties of Judge of I Ithe Court of Record. and the County So. Witness mv official signature and seal this the of Florida Uanen lOll" .
    employed in the Inland Steel company the County ,Court until his term of officeIhall ; of said court shall immediately file i6th day of Aug. A. D., 1904SEAL Ie cs..ry.Jolili .
    S. .
    I I I [ ] 5 r. SISTRCJS'K.g Fedrick. Complaiaaat! ,s. H we4t ftPell ,
    ** plant at Indiana Harbor lad, exr1re. ttereln an information, based upon sucii 19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla. ctal. r.

    : hare decided to go on a sympathetic I ITISOkDERKDTHATTHE DtPBifttANT i

    i strike today with the steel workers ARTICLE XXIV. Indictment, upon which Information the NOTICE I Hindi, Alotrt
    !I That the followlag amendment to the accused shall ba tried." > // Hirsch and Bemud L. Tim CQ..rtMIW trinx

    r' Tho; declared a strike on the bar mill Constitution of the State of Florida be. and Section 29! of article 5 of the Constitution Chas btuite S. Rlrlcb under&the C..firm. oeaad ntm sad yW of .

    last Thursday. The bar mill which the same is hereby agreed to and shall of the Stale of Florida Is hereby amended Application f.r Tax Deed Under Section S ot required to app-sr to the boll thy of rr'sa4 M Iwrtwy tM ta __

    -' hat been in operation since July 1 1, be submitted to the electors of the State sat o as to read as follows: Chapter Laws of Florida. a'aad cause on or belorc Monday tile
    the general election in 1901 for ratification "Section 29. There shall be no County E. Blum & Co., 517 and 519 W \TOTCE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT H. }1. 5tAda'r
    will! be hut down as a consequence of J\ Hampton purchaser of tax certificates Nos, .1. D, .
    Court Rec
    or rejection: Court in any county a
    St. Fla It is further ordered that ._..
    Bay a -
    and the 2nd of
    affected by th That section 10 of Article 9 of the Constitution is established." '20 94.dated_ day. June. .A be
    About 300 men are I).. 1902. has filed said certificates in my omce published once a wftkiW four e.'W'-
    of the State of Florida la hereby-lOrd tlon 30 of article 6 of the Constitution ------- and has ma c application for tax deed to issue weeks in tile Ocaia Bu,'.

    _: tI1ls saln: amended so as to read as follows: the State of Florida is hereby amended NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ia accordance with law Said certificates embrace TIlt,the dd y .f ABfiMrf. A UM taac

    Sec. 10. The credit of the State shalls o as to read as follows: the following described property situatedin IOKAL) *T KTRI7VK.Citrk .

    Case Goes Over to Later Date. not be pledged or loaned to any Individual.| "Section 30. The Clerk of the Court of M-irion county. Florida to wit: Ctfoitt &\
    association nor of ol the Interior Land Ofhce Wect half of iiortheast quarter section 16 fr-S By :. H **?. p. C.
    company. corporation or ; i Record shall be elected by the electors Department at II. I, Anderson
    ComplauM aaHchif
    and north half of north.
    Statfriboro Ga., Sept 8.-The case shall the State become a joint owner or I the county In which the court Is estabjlished. Gaine>ville. Fla., september 3. 1904 east township quarter 15 range ot southeast 19. quarter section 3

    against Perry and Henry Barnes and stockholder In any company. association au-l or and shall hold office for four years. "OTICE IS HERE BY GIVEN TH.T THE township 15. range 22 1
    corporation. The Legislature shall not and his compensation shall be fixed by i> fallowing n med sdt'er ha* filed notice of The said land being assessed at the date of the NOTICE

    Wesley Walsh charged with the mui4er > thorlze any county city borough township1or ;i|law. The Sheriff of the county shall be the hiamicntuniomake tonal prof in s'ip'porf of issuance of such certificte in the name of un-

    of the McBride. a fe* Incorporated district to become a stockholder -'executive officer of said court: his duties hi.claim and that aid pn .}f will be made be- kuo..n and C.J Phillips. Unless said certificates
    in company association or corporation far Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala. Fla., on shall be redeemed according to law tax dted
    until :'and fees shall be fixed by law. Iwi n the Cimik OM .f Ms* J-kII Of
    continued today issue theron on the zotb day of Sept A. D..
    days to obtain tClldlt i5th ,
    ago. or or appropriate money .rgo4
    Section 31 of article 5 of the Constitution cuit of .., n seed for XtftovfnCha .
    Sept 2S, on account of the illness ofMcBride' for or to loan its credit to any corporation:i iassociation. ':'of the State of Florida is hereby amendedso vz.: l'ttcrjight of Santos Kla homestead 1904.Witness my official signature and seal this ". _:

    material wit Institution or Individual except' as to read as follows: 2,913; for the southwest quarter of southeast the Ithday of Aug A. D., root ry.M.
    wife who is a that the Legislature may authorize municipal { "Section 3L All rules of practice governing q arter section it. and nithwtt quarter of the S. T. SISTRC K. B. Lanier. ...aut. w. ,. LMirH.Dele. .

    new. ( corporations to relieve from munlcl- the Circuit Court shall be applicable to rave ucrthe 22.st cast quarter section 14. township 16. south m7.19 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Ca, Fla. .M.

    pal taxation for such period of :years 33,the Courts of Record. and all laws relativeto He names the following witnesses to prcre his FT IS ORfiKRKD THAT THK DE BfUjfT .

    to the municipal authorities may reein Criminal Courts of Record shall apply ""UI1UOU" residence upon ana cultivation of I herein ... J.*a Laoitt. W ad W iacreby

    Republican Judicial Convention. proper any manufacturing enterprise that Courts of Record. Changes of venue said land. viz: James CroweU of bintos, Fla.: NOTICE. reo/mcd t. Vft to UM Mil of oawptamaet -

    Sasinaw. Mich. Sept. S.-The Republican may locate within the said munlc.lpaUtY.1but Ito may be had from a Court of Record to an- Gorge Wigsrs of Santos F-a. Arcbyjenkiiis. of in this ca c on or ben Moaday tk*
    no such exemption shall be for t:I Santos FU Pin Dickerson of Santos. Fla. fih MS.asw. .t.D.liI.M5.
    Judicial convention met hen longer period than fifteen :jears. i I;other Court of Record or to the Circuit 8-9 It. G. OBIS SOS, Register. I rjlHE REGULAR SEPTEMBER KXAMIXA.X Itialarth.r.r eredthMae.peo(
    Court of another county for the same tit..d
    tion for teachers will be held in Ocala. commencinz -
    candidates --- -- be p Uwb.d o c*a week far eiflu aowcke
    today There are nine 'ca.uses. and under the laws providing for on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. All week ia tM the Ocala ener.W'Isei. .
    the state ARTICLE XXV. 'changing the venue from the Circuit Court ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. white teachers will meet at the Ocala High .
    (or the three nominations for my bead aad edicwl ..*1 lkt the art*
    and colored
    School building teacher in howard
    That the following amendment to the'of one county to the Circuit Court of an. dn of IIM.A D.. 1904.
    H r.lI1e court to be made by the con. 'other The Governor In hisd1scretIon Academy building. [.ul.l) T
    Constitution of the State of Florida band county. may Mer.msv.
    and Practice
    \fOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVhN THAT I WIt.!. The questions on Theory will be .
    .MUOO. Moses Taggart of Grand ia hereby agreed to and shall be submitted order the Circuit Judge having l i\ oa September 12th. 1904 present to Hon taken from McMurray's Method of the Recitations CaW Sr.flIt'1Ic&rfkrtor. dark Circuit c .ft
    was temporary chairman.Von to the electors of the State at Jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of any Kobert Bullock,count} juJ-ge in and for Marion. price 90 cents from IL & W. B. Drew Co. 4 14
    Rapid the general election In November. 1904. for county to hold a special term of a Courtof county. Florida my account* and vouchers for Jacksonville Fla. -- .
    ratification or rejection: Record of such county, for the purpose final settlement as administrator of the estateof According to law one dollar\rvll be charged to

    Section 6 of article 16 shall oe amended'cf trying cases jn. which the Judge of the K. M Henderson. d..ce8.e' and will s!k fora each examinee W NOTICE OF APPLICATION FV fI PERMITTO
    D. CARN.
    Plehve's Successor. final discharge a such a.:1m 1,trator. Dated
    10 as to read as follows: Court of Record shall be .. }
    this March n, 1904V. : 7< 4t. t Supenait inJeat.ADMINISTRATOR'S SELL LIQUORS, WINES 4N8 &EER.rHRil'u
    St 1 .r1burg. Sept. ..-5:33 p. m. Sec. 6. The Legislature ehall provide L r Parties to any cause at law In a court of \ HEXUERSOX.. Admr. .

    .I .-Tbe Associate Press learns on high the speedy publication and distribution of Record shall have the same right to trial o a ": -.\t of H. Htnderson, Deceased. NOTICE. \ JOHXr GAUOW..Vt.IUIT..

    Mlnky all laws it may enact All decisions i>f by Judges ad litem or by referees as may ------ I\ h. ll i.d WIth lie Board of touitC.

    : awttorltjr that Prince Sviatopolk the Supreme Court and all laws and Judicial exist under this Constitution. or the laws.! NOTICE.Of niiMioarr far UMI couMjr KU' h..

    ! ha* bn selected to succeed the decisions shall be free for publication la references to cases ia Circuit Courts. or| I Ii GIVEN THAT ON TUg aapHcarju fcr pttssU to tell i ;ii.;nor*.

    Von Plehve, minister of the by any person. But no Judgment of the may, If the Judge of the Court of Record i, NOTICE! day <.f. January. A. D M wta aid bete ta Itoetxm DiMrict OMo4
    [ 1905
    lit M.
    Supreme Court shall take effect until tha be disqualified transfer the cause to the; Application For Tax Deed Ucdr Section I the administrator *rth the w!l annexed of the Mid OMMUjr Mid Kate. aa, Citizen < wrb

    I interior opinion of the court in such case shall ba Circuit Court of the county In which such I Scfl'bapt.qSf Laws, of Flo'&a. j jVOriCE estate of Mrs Eliza Keep d d' d. I will fadioa be.Mth.sttds MtTMt SMyakcMr ot te. II u\ ', .ge
    filed with the Clerk of said court. T.I I and final and saved bo rd to bhr .a
    ,Court of Record may ba. IS HEREBY GIVEN THATV J present my petition report Tevdsy.tb3Ib dkf o< etaIHI .
    r. i ail
    I Constitution iN UecdtrOPUrCr of Tax Certificate No. o be discharged a q ttih admtaUtrator to Uw 5 the MKh taiaaM
    Section 32 of article of way permit aoL be f'*.tr #. Won St. Lsger Stakes. ARTICLE XXVL of the State of Florida, is hereby amended j jso UP dated the 4th Uy ot April. A:D 1898. has Hon. Robt.Florida.Bullock county W judge E ALLEN.for Marion >.T slfiTKl ,
    filed said certificate in my office and has z4e county Clerk at tM" .
    Loatoo Sept. 8.Pretty Poll won Section 1 of article 5 of the as to read as follows: I application for tax dyed to issue in accordance i Adrar. with will inneied FU. 01 Cnsty Cot lIlI" erMarioai .

    , stakes of 25 sovereigns of the State of Florida: ConstltudoiI: "Section 32. Courts of Record shall be I with law Said certificate embraces the follow- June 23rd. i< 6 24 coMtty. .
    the St Leger abolished by the Legislature only upon a" tit* described property situated in'Manou county. .
    to read as follows:
    thryearold3 about 1 mila so as of the registered Florida to-wit.
    each for 'petition of a majority
    Section I. The judicial power of the such court UAETICiXXVIL Southeast quarter of northeast quarter. section NOTICEA NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PEBMITTO
    t and C furlong at Doncaster today. State shall be vested In a Supreme Court.Circuit .voters of the" county where 15. townshIp t5. range 23. SELL UQUORS, WtMES AND BEER.
    lot second au4 AlmscliflWM I Courts Courts of Record County established. The said land being .e&sea at the date of S
    : Iltary I was Courts. County Judges and Justices oi the the -AW.nce of such certifiatc in the name of B. Deloue-t administrator with will annexed

    third. Six horses started. Peace. party unknown. Unless said certificate shall .1 oi El Delouebt give notice that on the U'HERKAS, TUB CAUUICMAKL OU CO .

    Section 5 of artIcle 5 of the Constitution:, That the following amendments to aeee be redeemed according to law. tax deed willisne i ntjJail of &fjfcra?.r, i a/. 11 hae Bled witt tW Boar of C Mly Com
    24 article 3. thereon on the 26th day of Sept A. C, mlSIioIOUh tor Maria Via..
    tlon I articla S. and section coaaty tIM aott
    ef the State of Florida U hereby amended hewitt present his accounts and voucher to the
    Bond Issue Prepared. of section 8 of article 8, of 1904 'I cation for permit ta tell Uqwra Whys aad
    Large so as to read as follows: .and the repeal Witness official signature and seal this the cousty Jnde for final settlement and ask for a Beer itS EiccttofllJutnetftgct Mtil
    Chicago. Sept 8.-At a meeting oj "See. 6. The Supreme Court Shan have'the Constitution of the State of Florida be Z2ud day of my Aug. A. D.19Q.J. I discharge. This ah day of March 1904, state;any otuea of Miek eitetioa dMrkt aMuity may aad
    the Chicago and I appellate jurisdiction In all ease at lAw and are hereby agreed to. and shall fr-26 S. T. SISTRUXK. f A E DELOUEST show CSIIW. .Iuy tatted, at tk I c of
    1b the stockholders ot 1 pub ltt.d to the electors of tho State at Circuit Court Manon Co.. Fla. ;311 em 6m Administrator J'teetfOlEYSKIDJffiYCURE
    and In eaulty originating ia Circuit Courts = Clerk I I I the board to be held on the sib day of ,
    )Alton It was decided to issue 5,000* and of tppsals from the Circuit Courts incases the general election to be held In November -- I her 1904. next w-such perait ould rat fr

    bonds for Improvements. Th arising before County Judges. in matters A. D. 12M to wit3ectkn ; 7 V 1T i iV i ranted.
    4 POO pertaining to their probate Jurisdiction 10, article J, of the Constitution 'HO L.A.'Q I 8.T *1>>TR1 VOerk -

    new tune wiU increase the capitalization and in the management of the estates; of ti. Stata of Florida ia hereby amended ". Io"'jhand heal-luzu, :I I.Y". 'C5 Xldnsvs and Gladder P'II1:1a of rottct the|Baud. icrvda of County Cot.aMirwn ..uiieese

    of the company to $110,000.000. of infants. jmOoasea of coarietioa ot) 14.M..IQ.read aa.2ollow



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    . .honors among the state troops.
    ! Capt. Nash had experience and .. ('.., : "t
    knew how to do things. ._ ., ';/ "" \\.1__.t ___

    i The following items concerning the .
    ! Ocala Rifles are taken from-the St. .

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    Did you notice that line on dress rA.
    , parade yesterday. Oh wasn't it a ___ t
    I beauty? -
    , Adolph Dame came along with the

    'company as mascot. That he is a

    "corker"is saying only a little. F GROCERY

    The Odala Rifles has the largest :

    number of men in camp, sixty-six. .....
    Orlando came next with sixty-four. --- -. ,. 1't h'.. u- ..-'-- ........ -----..... ;?
    " It is the concensus of opinion that .- ..-,' ._ __.-: t .. '- _: : ;.!J.. ; i... .;. -_ == :.

    Sergeant Pittman and Corporals Lan- -- --

    caster and Dodson have the best tent t..-... ._.._.._ \'
    in the regiment. The boys were kept --- --
    busy yesterday receiving compli- --- .
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    ments. --
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    Back From the Lake. .-.- '
    The young ladies and gentlemenwho --
    spent several days at Blair Villa, ....... ----
    East Lake Weir returned home Monday -- -;.,
    .' afternoon. ....... .-....-. -

    Mrs.! Frank Harris,the Misses Izlar, ._..._. ., -, _. _.... ... _. __ ._. .'c.... J._.._.. ,. ,. 'io.h -. .. ---
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    '. Misses Lucile Ansley,of Thomasville, '-- -. .. ,-.. .If- .. ._ _-_ .. $-'f'.ug: .:i- .; .,.....,- .- ,- -- _" .'. '>,_, --'. ,- ___

    Oa., Violet Harris, Ethel Robinson, -
    and Johnnie Liddon went down to

    the lake on Thursday afternoon, and H EXPANSION ,!

    on Saturday afternoon Miss Sara E .

    Harris, Messrs. Sandford Jewett and --- .
    O. B. Howse became members of -
    the party. On Sunday they were -- :.
    joined by Messrs.Mike Roess,Harvey -
    Clark, T. II. Harris and Bert Dosh. .
    : Of trade calls forT
    The house party was a most de- necessarily .

    lightful one in every particular- -.- .
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    barring a few mosquitoes. Blair Villais
    a very pretty place, on a high t -

    bluff overlooking young people beautiful spent Lake the Weirand'the time E an expansion of stock, and in :

    moot happily boating, bathing and

    in many other pleasant and enjoyableways. ....... :.:

    Lake Mr..Weir Anthony was 0.a pleasant.Finzel, of guest South at E' order to meet the demands of 1.

    the house party and added much en-
    joyment to the pleasure of the outing. -.

    W, H. Harrison Abscess., Cleveland \Iiss., our expanding business, Our

    writes Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to saya
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    word of praise for Ballard's Snow ...
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    Liniment. I stepped on a nail, which -

    caused the cords in my legs to con- Mr Jake Brown has F
    tract and an abscess to rise in my gone
    knee, and the doctor told me that I
    would have a stiff leg, so one day I --- -----

    went*to J. F. Loyd's drug storewhoin ( -
    now In Denver, Colo.) He recom- to the northern and eastern '
    mended bottle of Snow Liniment; I
    got a 50c size, and it cured my leg. --
    It is the best Liniment in the world. -4
    Abscesses, with exceptions, are
    indicative of consumption or debility. markets to lay in supply of
    They may, however, result from a
    blows or from foreign .bodies, intro- .
    duced Into the the skin or flesh, such ..... --
    aa splinters, thorns, etc.-Sold by --

    Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.m Groceries of description.

    Three Prisoners Break Jail. every

    Last Saturday night three prisonersin --
    the county jail cut their way to --...

    freedom by sawing out the steel barson : He is for the best
    the side of their cell with an improvised I looking tobe

    saw made of a cornet steel ; --
    which had been smuggled to them bya -
    friend. ... .......

    has Ed been Smith convicted, one of and the escaped sentenced men to, E found and that is the class 4j

    hang for the murder of a negro in tI __
    Dunnellon last spring. Will Jackson .
    had been serving a sentence for rob

    f log an A. C. L. freight car. John of goods our customers want j

    Johnson was a United States guest I
    [ at the Jail, doing a few months' fame -- --
    .- .......
    t for belling liquor without a license.

    All are colored. E and have always found here 3
    f It is reported that Smith was keen ;
    ' ...
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    In Dunnellon Tuesday and when
    Withlacoochee by an river officer, and fled to swam the :.'.,.._ ." .,_ ,. ,_<... .' ._n- .: -. .' -.,- ',:. .-_ ',':: '" '-.', .'. __ '_ _" ,, -, '_ :::

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    across, ,making his escape. He was ..... .....
    ..... -
    , hot at several times and it is thought -.
    he was wounded. .
    Sheriff Nugent has offered rewardsfor
    the capture of the runaways; 125 ... ..... "
    for Smith, and 25 each for the ..... :
    I ; others.
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    Given Up To Die.
    B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St.,
    Evansville. Ind., writes: "For over -.....-
    five years I was troubled with kidneyand -- ......
    bladder affections which caused : .. : : _, : '. : '., : : : -h ,' -' __ I
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    the best physicians who did -.....-.
    me no good and I was practically -
    given up to die Foley's Kidney TEA POT ..-....- i:
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    Cure was recommended and the first: -_-_ ;:,
    bottle gave me first relief, and after ......
    the second bottle I was entirely ....."" .'
    cured." For sale by Post t5fflce --- ,
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