The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 18, 1903
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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t Ocala
t., ---- Mown Moffort and Tarter to Erect 'l
-- Polito Pays the Penalty for

,.: ------- Information 1ft is Ue obtained Plant.that Messrs.J. His Crime. !I Offers x i if

Friday morning at 10:30 Jim "I 1 iI
--- M. Meflert and J, H. Taylor are i
J Polite, colored, was hung in the county '
making preparations to erect a ten- I

/ IN A BOX i ton ice plant on their property at the jail the yard warrant in Ocala of the in governor.accordancewith ,The Largest Stocks \:

junction of the 8. A. L. and A. C. L. Advance .
Polite was convicted at the recent
--- railways in this city as soon as the
If you want tu write a nice letter you can do it if you haveg special term of the circuit court held MethodsCompetitive
Diet atrtiouery You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and !3p : machinery can be obtained. for the purpose of trying this one t
.ptr i. lu a nice box if you\ buy it here. We have many styles. These gentlemen are stirring business Prices

men and make a success of case.About i
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE I everything they undertake two months ago he cowardly I JI Quick Shipments f
murder Mr. J. D. Beaaley, of ; j
--- By Busy MerchantsBank
__ Levon, creeping up from ambush

I V ______ shortly after dusk. 117w With
II About 300 persons inside and out of
I I The Ocala Rifles, Capt. G. A. Nash
the jail yard witnessed the execution MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
commanding, said by the Jackson
which passed otl and ;:
: --- ville newspapers to have been the very quietly at J BANKERS J* ji t'I'
without mishap of kind. '
-- finest looking company in the state Ocala Florida. I
I Polite professed repentence and It
troope, returned from Camp Jennings

;!! religion. 'c: '!'r -, -..--" -. ,.. .
Wednesday modestly wearing their !Im' r'. '
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; L 1iuIuIIIIIIIIInIIIIiIII1111J1' IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIUIICIL blushing honors. Hon. A. P. Ba-ikin, one of the mutt! J' "'e --"" J

They were in camp eight days. A substantial farmers and truckers in r- "' :;;J' .;! IAAI ;;;_; !

t company of United States regulars the county, was in Ocala Tuesdayand g

tttIlil z : from Fort McPherson were on the we had a most interesting chat 0NTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STORE.

grounds to give the soldiers instructions with him. It i is remembered that 1 1

i i David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE in the routine duties of the Mr. Baskin was the populist candidate i

f camp and the boys now know something for governor against Hon. H. L. tiedicine' ia one thing that elands between life and
t: LANDS.If about the re life of the soldier. Mitchell in lJ>92. The populists, with writes a prescription that will do you good if property put .
up and good pure drugs used.: We are now prepared to rill .
an occasional exception, have all followed t I'r'eL1 .
t They were shown many courtesies, tions at short notice with drugs from Park, Davis & Uu., seer MW
mention of some of them being made Mr. Raskin's example and returned equally reliable houses.! It is worth your while to think i* tW i

in thebe columns to the demo:r tic fold, and L and insist on prescriptions beiug .
Wednesday. They subject your trough jhtre ......,
I you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or were delighted with the trip and return with this wing of the party he it still nothing but the very beat drugs that can be pr< cure l arr uf I. t

It-ale on royalty communicate with him. extolling the virtues of their very popular. With them, he says! i Full Line of Starjdard) Pategt Medicines.

commanding officers.Hou. "something will be doing" in the approaching r ._- lOur I

John E. Hartridge eloquently primary. Some of the I
candidates look out for Line of
Oariet but to Dr. Smith 1'ostoffic Block. Ocala Fla. presented the "loving cup" given by may

Senator Taliaferro to Ihe state troops. George HoHiiuhed, tried on a 5< Fine Toilet Soaps, Peraunjery) Fancy Stationery, Et:. j 1

The cup will remain with the company charge of robbing. the mail! had a I Cannot be surpassed in central Florida, and a* to prteeq we' ere

L-- making the best shooting record. preliminary trial before Commissioner 1 only indicates.say that we propose standing strictly up to what -*ur .... I

UU IIS-5S72 EASS1S. Loa1; Editor: Mr. T. B. Snyder returned Wenes- Speaking of this phase of our David S. Wil.inms Tuesday and i

trs= :!. day from a short visit to his wife at country's history Mr. Hartndge said was bound over to The United Htattx [Give Us a Call, I

HAPPENINGS, ABOUT TOWN. St. Augustine. that "good markmanship had ever court for the southern District of 1NTI.MONOPOLY DRUG STO}\E. !

10O china tea pots all ...Iu'ot been the glory of our citizenship. FI..ridl HoUin!'b.ed is a clerk at J. W. CASTEL Prop.

It* rtluj rron continues to hang 100 sugar{ dishes to match at Ir has alike been the potentiality of Carmichael & &m Co., and in.. the L. : I

t ***, ___ halt price. The Ocala liaiar. the tirld and the sea, raised the flag course of trade, took in t i money or- .. L7 F., uG'J rGLlSIa cJ 7u'L; r ro z JT *

r 0n1&l l_ to have ,another sir; ex I Mils Annie McCarthy has gone to of victory, rescued armies from defeat der, passed it up to the cashier and iieI
I and made the arms, of one army ratable to ttH! from whom he obtained .
was 00 Sept : :.St. Augustine, where she attends bt. I r .S4 4!'
[ more formidable than the arms of
JOtl'b'lI it. Although properly endorsed -
W Dr. Ttwnm I' Thompson i js visitci the other uimy. It was to the educated it seems thai the money order

( In JtrkMiufllh\ *. Ju t received, black crepe artillery that France M grace- had been improperly taken from the" IIS.Sv j

-- --- paper Ilk. roll, fur making fully i-ourtesi<..l in the FrancoPrussian
liafa. At the Ocala Nickel plated.
Mr. (I. T. )tauarL" U *|*udtugafewday$101 war; to the practiced eye of the A
Patent frame
t, Rttrnbur.- Mr. G.T. laughs: returned Wednesday riflemen that the spirit of '76 became ...

-- -- -- from a brief visit: to tjt.:; Pettrsun : the: world power IIf today, and it W as .-. Plain nets asst
Dr. T.(? Thomji{ u return-d Tues47 $15.00
ttjomluz from Jckinvillf.J. ;. to trained men with kern eyes and a with laee.Ilobinet .

---- For Ii bilious take Chamber martial spirit behind the guns that t..t.Y21. \.. tittt.

I.. T. ialar i. U.'k from a pro- laiu's stomach and Liver Tablets and pain made quick obeisance. To,preserve FOR TlilS SIZE. Plain? and lame 't"

.. S. ('. it quick cure is certain. For sale by this high degree of excellence ti
frd\ -url| Tl' ll 'It Wackvillf, Fltem or Waltha'u! )
all diuggints and medicine dealer:. m t triraratd.CCaUFORNITUAEeO. i
ami to Keep in touch with the advanced -
Ice ....
tila.+ det i Itt nlltlt
Mr. and Mrs.: G.V.. Wells and thought and methods of the 1
b.||lr.. Ml lice rata Ilaiar.TL 055-f4 .
--- ----- cUiltirvo returned Tue.,..lay from wurl.1. it IS essential,; that the record c- -1

1 .I.tI.t i-huHi ut this! city will their summer outing which: they of the splendid achievement that is ;_: :i.E.: C. 5MI1 N. Prop. i

HMO km a lundwiut ::,f atp pipe spent at Seabreeze. your birthright, should not be lost to -

.qar. _______- the transition from the dint and steel
ilr. \. A. We .''her left Wedi e,day musket and squirrel rides of our forefathers -
.hoW .rtnu. ulu of Kidney or
xI C. I. G R AC E. t
kl44r dU>rd.r ty taking Foley's for Kew York to continue his to the Krag-Jorgenseu and -

KU&tr Cure. iWoffle Drug Store.mTb studies: in the law department of Mau-er: of today." Successor to Central Lumber Co. i

-- Columbia University.Mr. It was the good fortune of the Jack Dealer In I
.r. are Utukt and bonk but the
sonville Rifles to win this beautiful Y Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring.CdH&i, t
Jlllfk" Uwk cvutiuuts to hold its Gustave Robertson, of E
8avllu-1 trophey this year. Those contesting and Siding Lathe, Shingles and Brick. t
J111larit, nah, after ten day's visit in o. ala Manufacturer of
for it on the pan of the Ocala Rifles
with his friend, Mr. Emmett RObin- Turned Ballusters Casings Newels Columns Dow ami -
Ret. ?alU Jim.* bee h..I" tM tight were Corral Dod-on and Pinder F1734GUARANTEED ,
bon, returned home WeJutsday.Koley's : II Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Pulpits Seteoi ; J
*Hti tier |*.lu.."ter at U'" h'>meiur and Private Leitiifr, Proctor and FOR 25 YEARS. ,
Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am courtntly l
"Who'''... (U.Mr. Kidney Cure makes the diseased McCoun. I _
:: kidneys: sound *>o they will i I receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities UM! t

A. )1. C"'t-,.., trf F'wirtlrid, and eliminate the poisons from the blood. Postmaster Groves Complimented. I I sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly

)file hul M. MultU, of \\'l1cohu..ta.w Po toffite Dru;store. m Letter-Carrier, is the name of FRED. G. WEIHE,

,... oue of Ocala's many publications.! It
reedit lust
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk is having 9.1 OCALA -
I contains the following notice or Postmaster -
added his .. __ __
handsome new piazza to
n t
W.... !' Brown bu Itrn : Groves:
It will be the old colonialsgle J.V.. Kio.vr. itiiij family, of
If 11, KIM! wii) tJUl" to rave! her home. "The Hou. H. C. Groves, our efficient J. A. PITTMAN & SON. i
aeetterr In the. < Davit'11t'hark.II.lJoydcarne('1It11I'''' and will add much beauty: to posma-ter, need. to be highly Coleman, ar in.. the (ci'y and will

--- his already lovely ho'ie.: complimented on the efficiency of his leave for LoAutr lCtl.Saturday 1
workiug force, and the general -to- wake tnnr fuuirc home. )[ '
upfrruH up ; to
The Weekly Banner ought really tohi"'t' dateness of the postoffice. Postmaster! rs.I'
Brown's, falb r. Mr. J. M.
ld"r Tu.w!.y lu U iuiatt+l into
on its list the name of every Groves has been an untiring worker in I
tkf of E.1ks. formerly of this city and her brother,
ujitrrin of U 11. Jorder
and in the bringing the office up to its present. f
reading man woman ..
John R ibin large oil
I Mr. on, are :
I f
standard. When he first took
trt busy high
ll&u&c..r t devising county-twelve pages. Price only ;l. Mr. Brown
ill California
charge! there were only about three or operators:
k",l attr ctiou. at the Driving Park a year. four clerks; now there are at least goes there to take a position: with .

M K.U'i big dy on the Mrs. H. A. Ford and Miss: Emily seven clerks, besides the three efficient them. I! Your Neighbor
carriers. Besides having the free
ttUik fr.-I'- :111I Ir'r mill all Ford, of this city, and Miss Heleu instituted he has been I Train Dispatcher C.V.. Pa ham, of
delivery largely
the r ti.r* lur hat s H>..-. roll, at Blair, of Cincinnati, Ohio who have instrumental in having a site the Atlaoiiv Coast Liue departed Says YOU need new furniture in your home anll you kw nw it ...
lhrllralH. i as Veil as your neighbor does. Xow is there any. gil .-nt.c
Itatar.Mr been spending the summer in Canadaare selected for the public building that Tuesday for OeaU in I Likeland. He
j why you should not have it? If you think you know tta, "1'''_
rr hular now in New York City, where is soon to be erected.1' has been iuJi-iH''''? f. It.
a } young
t icy will spend several eeks. A Burglary. this city for evtral days, and his no foundat on for your reason. We can fit out your Itom ..... t
UCQrnfl u lu 1XU uu professional --- ---- sufficiently cellar to fit' i" and make it have the appearance of a (IO.. ... ::4
friends are glad that he
while Mr. T. E.
talfitM Wfur Judge| Itullock.R Stephen Jewett, one of the clever Tuesday night stead of jsi-- a "place to stay." Let us quote you pricws tmFURNITURE
and at at recovered to re uui- lib duties.
family were
young wen of Oe.+la, was in the city Bugs supper ; I
.f, \V. C. Uud and t ou. Karl the Montezuma hotel, a theif enteredhis Mr. Parhams. headquarters:: are now at
Sunday a guest of his brother, Sand- OF (ILL KINDS.J.
httrimiVrdut mi.y from J ck:.onUf residence and stole from the dresser Ocal .Gaiursville: Suu.
ford Jewett. This young man has ---- .
-li'r. they Keys Urea eudiug; a gold watch belonging to Mr?. Used for Pnenmonia. u
II'. many friends here who are always
. $ tee d.yr. him. Gainesville Sun. Bill s. Xo other articles were taken Dr. C. J. Bishop of Agnew, Mich.,
glad to see -
., Jwt rtHrlt t'tl'our now fallKft4wltttrr and no clue to the robber has been Biys, "1 have u*d Fol )'1:1: Honey and .
and t izeschiiia Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia
rlothliiK "mlttt" i 100 acts new shapes di'i Vto ri.
'" from \lHruaiuuker A Ilrowii, after dinner cup and with god results in every '
> FOLETSilONEY IAE Refuse substitutes. Poetoffice A. P1TTMAN & SON.
at the vase.
rhUatlrlphlu. F. 1*. tiatl oii, saucers, jut! opened .
Sfc : Ocala llazar. tops UM cough and haw lo& i Drug Store m .
i, drat. The 0<>|||J| Bazar. I




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{* THE: HEWS: ne.J CITU.
COUNTY POLITICS. I .......................... 6AITERVIILE.:

Impaired Digestion : POLITICAL CHIPS : The GaiterviHeiU are experiencing I 8.'b'>oi opened Monday with Wr i

May not be aH that is meant by dJr.M Ta the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I ,". "t "'.int to .
Harrell and Miss, ttftf
this r
weather '
it wai be it neglected. observe that while the big officeke1'3 DOme very ugly -
DO*,but .a.. *f .tri_ ,.tel Ipu,
The nneasiness! aftr eating fits of nervous effort j week, Saturday and Sunday espec ,of Jasper, as assistant.Mr. .
arP making strenuous N CkI". T.
of the stomach and FROM THE STATE PRESS. : .J fait..
headache. sourness : ially. Heavy winds and rain, which and Mrs. Harry Bares.* "-
bad to precipitate a peppery .
disagreeable' belcbiog may not be very .
now but they will be if the stomach iseuTered there's nothing doing in county affairs. .......................... did considerable damage to cane ;j baby are visiting their parruU on Then are .5M41 el jrk ... --" ".",.

11 ""''' ... at
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to grow wt3ker.Dypt' disease Mr. Thagard, so popular as a tax It is hoped that Jno N. C. Stockton blowing it down. A good deal of Church street hu 1aW1 ,...u.. .. tf dst t
miserable seep
Is such
sia a err
Mr. nod Mrs. !Stewart Ram.y bv nail
that the tendency to it shocld be given collector has said "enough," and has been incorrectly quoted as saying green timber was blown down :1n111{ fAlBla'... act welds wy........

early att :lUon. TJiia Is completely overcome gracefully stepped down and out. that every newspaper! in Florida that of course the fences received their t returned from thnr summer trip l- tram kUay troiae * ......lit W

byHood's PartUl to the policy of rotation it ia not supporting him has been portion of damage. Sunday it rained j Virginia and other points. Sara Ift1. the r..aee ...ifc.,..

; Sarsaparilla Mrs. J. C. WyektirTaad children are ca M teiidtefttlf MM .... ..... .'
is alia currently rumored that Mr. bouzht. It is quite pow'ible that the very near all day making the evening .. to North ecadidoa tftt til* k ue** .. ...
l annual .
J their .
: system: home from
wicnstreczterstLewbc'.eCi: : notwithstanding {
laurel an unpleasant
has as an ,
Nugent, who won reverse could be true.PensacolaJournal Ia st.. wily Mats et tier .
TO HELP OiKINGE GROWERS. official> will retire from the sheriffs wnich one fellow: goes all the same. I Georgia.Miss lher IM1 t.. >tltLFM, ear...... is

office and give a chance to some .... Th workmen are very busy at Mary and Allison Wartmaua tt., ta4. Crete i f, .

t equally deserving democrat.Are It would seem to an impartial observer work on the new dwelling of Mr. G. have tn vUitin/ few day ia I.r7 Of tvr.4 ......, -. .-. b" aAli ottrsai

Valuable Pamphlet Issue By Cover before on thrif c-u&: per.pkatte..r A .: al .. Mee
: Atlanta
these examples to become epidemic that COL Stockton has a big 0. Turner's and they say the ritnms.&es !

t meat is Mew Re4y.Washington. and will the clerk of the court, enough contract on band to defeat: it very unpleasant work but I lege work at Brcoau and the Uivr- er the fta&anral body. De.a'f er 'm u.fs .W q i""w e 11 lacy...a .,

11.-In farmers'bnilean ..
Spt the judge of probate: the county Taliafcrro and Jennings without essaying expect to have it completed at an ity of Georgia. lo .t.ew tfc *t...... A* aey y Aaaada

No. 172, Florida and California Mrs. Carter is visiting her old tnu elIM slog .......
I treasurer, the tax assessor, the superintendent the herculean tack of convut- early date. any p was
citrus fruit growers hue valuable i in Waycros ia. C. ef Four'* I..*t Ce.Tzsica .
of schools be as patriotic ing nine-tenths of the newspapers of Hen. H. W. Long was down inspecting ,

information.The and magnanimous and voluntarilyretire Florida of venality. 'Tampa Tribune. the ferry boat at Stoke's Ferry | Mrs. R. C. Dougki! *, slice Jaai Yin' ly"e4.s-, ti, e rqa

eUaert of insects mentioned in ? I '...":............ Monday Mr. P. D. Stokes has the '| Griner, Mrs Harris and J. W. Moort -IU4arr7U4e.*. *< tts/aq'< ......
i tad back .4
ay pta sea i ...
"Scale Insects and Mitts oa Citrus And if it is to be, "so, you my Bob Davis and Jim lalialerro have contract of repairing same. While and Mrs. Thoruton are in attendance tralffcua mp. T\ *.twe'| --lilt..

Trees," by C. L. Marlatt! Etomologistin their devotion to democracy the district missionary meetingat did Be a. f4od. I... hun ,
dear, Gaston;j" No, no, no, I insist proven the present boat is undergoing repairs upon JJ...

charge of Experimental fieldWork upon you running, my dear Alphonse! and the interests of the people of the one which has for some Reddick. titan e4Tw.#4 aad teat M .... .

Division of Etomolsgy, are the .hk card SM a4 Ilan act ...
who are to impersonate those Florida and the faL e nlteraneta time been under water, will be raised i Henry Grantham of Pine has moved .
of the eitrca ar.ctrd since I fle4t" r
I most important clever, well known characters.It of a thousand demagoguescan't and used but if it is unfit for use passage tnto town to give his children the remedy

fruits and many inquiries concerningthem is important to select !big men tarnish the lustre of their valuablft at this point will be delayed for I .benefit of the local school. It U I .,.,.. ftfcff ta week.neie mf Hi

are received by the Etomologist. for big offices, as there Is an "eternal services, nor dim the glory of some time. I Mrs. C. W. Driver and Miss Snyder rl!Jit..*. tidy w..stet easy||.

The seale usecu or birfclice, are the I edi bet tt U sal M Sher .
fitness of thmgs"but it is alsolm por- their official records.White Springs Mr. J H. Bras returned Thursday I are visiting Mr J..IClirptctu, m easy i "
most important insect enemies of U HI la. four' I-.t C\N ..
: tant that we suetain our reputationand Herald. from a business trip to Taylor county.He 1 1I Gainesville.
also of most other NN I cnr ewryler. ., ksp a.. tlefiir.
citrus as they are
select good, deserving, competent ALL IS FORGIVES. report the crops good in that Bee- 1, Stewart: Harris left Tueiy for the trsaWe II Uk_ .., aai M <.. 11M..

subtropical plants. men for our county officer Really after Congressman Davis ttonand talks of moving there. j Asheville University.Mrs. I lief ew ta Ue seat '.....u .*... j IS

Next in importance to the scale insects 1 am glad to see a disposition! nit Mr. John Cross is very sick at the j Will Crosby and children have U ta ..... ........... 1M iW Ist 1&ileI
and Hon. C. M. Brown
sat togetheron
of the ., "
are the mite enemies .o.$ Lad ins \LPnto'
to grow excited nor explode pepper present writing and has been for several -i been visiting at High Spring
the train to Punta Gorda and
by M '
and lemon as represented
orange __ _
boxes nr other mUsiles that will pro- days, but we hope goon ti: hear I _
swapped tobacco and about Race Prejudice.
the rustic of yarns ;
the mite which causes duce discord and disruption.But that he is improving. Whit C.. e4 .* *.....* MM'I4.t
Florida and the silvering their (personal experiences in the war In his address to the students of the .
in :
the orange ,.... ... Mr f I .
succeed w .a ? s.kits.
who to rEtiringofie..r Mr. James Ross and
are our sister lies
ID j
and between the states, and Mr. Dana has University of Chicago John Temple .
of the lemon in California, ? PLAIN Jon.Vs Cousi.vA & .........., cif Its. .....
with relativesa
= also the leaf mite known &s the 6- declared that he and Mr. Brown are I Graves, speaking of race prtjadtoe
inlet at JrtlMMHrtfo f y.
the beat of friends-after all this Un'tit Dunnellon, returning Monday'morning. said
potted mite of the orange.Of Plea for the Beautiful. I : my of __ tha i na n" ... styti..njoy
to the about tinieTur the Davis papeis' to I i "It is: a part of the universal pro611cm. -
very great importance I a the KfrtfT of the Oca"a Baaair I .. tIke, ttet+t. t .....
citrus is the let up about that cartoon?-jL Petersburg The school at this place is expected I|i The history of wan bas hero
Florida grower of fruits Beautiful ehilJhood! to stand 'beneath .. I
and iai was .s.ntal" fo' ts vi a sbobi
Times. to commence next Monday. The j i! written in race antagonism
i fto-callei white fly, the Utter noting tt- azure skies with no world-wis i i i! rice separation. The Hebrew aMt and .r e r....._ ..? I
... ones are very anxious for school
a rfile insect in the ordinary ae- dom twist you and God. When all t1 i. Egyptian, the Jew and Gentile the ebust..abtitoll a ...?,.....-1t..
John Stockton made the a.-.,ertion to start, &.-. it is the happiness of their :
ceptation, but in the esential features the world was good because yourselfhad I > Turk and the Christian, Maygar and ;rinse. aad u. 4' i.'" 'L< ..+rFtpe'
at Punta Gorda that every paper in life.: UXCLE JOE. Venetian andMoor Met-
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of life history and habits coming in lot felt the touch of evil. Alas Hungarian, ,1Ift. e...-' .:- of '.- ..'.. .t
the state that wa;;u't "upportinir him +; Lean and Texan, negro; lAud Caionciah
the same category and hence properly that such flowers should wither and IHQLIS.I waite man and It.dianko fit. tb. r..1 ilple ...r" a....&H 181M ,,"-
.. fir the United states:: en8.rl'Ji:; ub-
eaciidertrd with the true scale leave the soul a slender rod to bend in I puUion! ia the same. .. .....,..&j IIi. reru ..
akiizHi and that voter who did
every The British steamship fioxby has
in eet tae: coming bla. t.Yil1 ever again '[ "A thousand years cave not I'tIDQn4 .... to oegni .u t'r' Nr '''1. .e
{ There are insect enemies of nn vote for Lim at the primary, was arrived oDd will be loaded with phosphate the prejudice against the Jew, woo H
many hope's rainbow bind as close I the dh- .... new tbst I a b.>t ,.. ..
citrus plants other than the scale influence from a purely: monetary t rock at once for Hamburg, Ger- the aristocrat of h: tnry. How toeu,
tint htavec.nd today I would ask
aaeeaAato4at. .....1 __ p rJII
of view hip S2 'l frkull the hope to ..: r
point or got straight. many. JltRsrs. Titcomb and Beck- negro ngo.r
ins cu and iniu, but they are only what is the of each and
part man I i ,
where the Jew bas failed? Thw nk.t! will dodo ear em .. -* I .c
I This is not likely to hilh l Mr. Stockton ham will "..arnplt the
abundant E-nQIb to be : car-o. ,
occasionally w man in the building; of that soulfort prejudice has no !"tCti&Julillio It to that ltM+t owe k\ -,.i 1M "* ..
de.true'ive.Dtres'ions I with the newspapers.-Desoto I The Terminal company several: days:
especially : in cnaraeter, !civics a rtcozniof '>: held in no geographic! buuucLrWs. t81nt'ttIDUWf .:. 1\\. \ arto .

are gin for the lontrul ti.JIl man's duty to his fellow: man County X ws. ago launched another 500 ton barge, "Every issue of the leading negro I .
.... are
.. t1IrD .=.. Sr!a) awn r
of the insects and unites which will making the eighth. The keel is now papers published in the north rrk I
; and God by which are to be fa:tred HOWDY BILL," SORT OF FfiLLOW. &be euiu aael ar.. ..MM ", .{
bd of semeia California, being laid for barge number nine and with protest again the W ('.nWIDIi-
special |
tleetrcegestcitizenship, the greatest John N. C. Stockton is a "H.) dy Lions exercised throushout; the north over far tea .>. : tn**. 1 ,. .. Rtelly
the gulf region, inciadin work on it will be pushed: as rapidly
throughout ; human tmppine-i and enjoyment. Bill," sort of fellow, who never tires, against the negro raer. Bj>!ton, the a bot.i ...'1" ,. ,( I i. .

F.orida. We make the environments under and who can aee more men personallyin l.i pocible, j I I metropolis of abolition, will not employ that is a eoadtttatt. .1 rest .. ..ztwnttue

Tho-r interested can procure a copy which Wb live, and it is in our powerto a political campaign! than any J. A. ruby has resigned a? foreman t i n-groes in the department: ftorw. ." -WeebtewgF.a pCnei -,
of the ship yard and John Nor will Chicago. The Boston tilois
Sylvesteris :
of thU pdmphlet! by addressing sectary change evil conditions to good. _
other wan iu the sUif. He will confine formal fcocsal
Wilson, 'Vb-hiBgtoi, D. C., Ag. The soul, mind and body can do it filling the position. received: a protest la...* *M .
his campaign to what he calls against the employment of a negro
Department.Uses. The United States custom house at Aiteatiaa M wiled u tie Ire? atu
they form a urand trinity and when the"common plain people," and reporter on its local staff.

the three work in harmony we are as while pobsesfing remarkable energyhe Chamoers Island is nearing complej j "Tne sister's son of Wended Phillips I Yerttnee0i / tit. IU".. oi i *

of Kerosene. one with the universal; that nutty has I leading democrats in every tiun and is a very handsome building. ; rich with the evangel .blood uf I. wbuk-e. bqttot das wu. iLT w.l ii'

hero::ene as a valuable article to can never be brought about until every enthusiastic in his The Port Inglis Terminal company I emancipation, refused to associate Wrst Hay etrstt. lhey .
county support.Jackonville Harvard
have around the house is not appreciated will have an office in this building. with a negro in University.I have brew of UM UPMM-
faculty has been trained. Every muscle I patfHM
Metropolis. I "Fred Douglass! m his last tpetth:
by the housekeeper as much as The steamer Ralph Barker towed I j ( the M4 ta* .Mp>
every organ has its corresponding .... !|r declared thai only one white man in nor ft prat yr

it should be. It can be used for so convolution in the brain. To developthe HARD OX THE OLD MAX. .r.nrge No. 1 down to the mouth of the II I all the ranks of the abolitionists had trade fruiH Of w llete aiM aitlurral

I ; many other things besides filling mind we must train the body. river a few days ago and Capt. Bryce I ever permitted him to forget in hispresence counties tettfy to th* uaar.ef fI

lamps, that it is really one of the in- simple truth that until today was Hon. J. N. C. Stockton is the only will shortly begin to excavate for a I I thai he was a negro." satierlrd cutaoiH. HIM torn ..'espgives
candidate who has
of his
dispensables of the kitchen. not recognized. Children enjoy tryingto courage marine railroad. i iI special attiiattaa to 'Mil f t....
convictions. He I I 21 Tetra
is filled with the a Dyspeptic.R.H. .
Here are a few of the many uses make beautiful things with their Our public school will open in a few ; orders, tilling wed aip, itt< tiai attit

that one thrifty housewife puts it to: hands. It is natural with them at chivalric spirit of his honored ancestors days with a larger attendance than :! Foster, 313 S. 2d! St., Salt soon as rwa..ta toe

Her metal bathtubs are cleaned and has the courage to tell the before. Lake City, writes: "I have been
certain ages to assimilate!:! knowledgeby ever and the price as welt a the Pry
bothered with orlindigs-
people what they of him dyspepsia |
with kerosene and white flannel may expect ,
a contact, and it has been conclusively Paymaster Kibbler was in town tion for 21 years; tried many doctors service appeal to ifc, ajf W. .*W
in he ia elected the United
case to
cloth. The tub is first dried and then :! proven that these periods of i Saturday with his "grip" and a pleasant without relief; recently 1 got a bottle never yet beard of .....+n.S4 .car

rubbed briskly with the cloth. Every assimilation are clearly marked and States senate, !and also what they smile. He had not been here of Heroine. I bottle cured me, I am tom r. A price tat will tw Met *

vestige of dirt disappears immediate. should the opportunity go by it is forever may expects at the hands of those long before we were all wearing a now tapering off on the second. I application aad the ..*...... ,>< **
who kiss the feet of carporation power !! have recommended it to my friends;
"ly. Kerosene hag the same effect on lost. The mind pleasant smile. Strange how countenances .
loves what it is I paper may rely up ei ta anque.Yea'
or kneel at the shrine of trusts. I it is curing them too. 50c. at AntiMonopoly -
a porcelain tub. fed upon. Awaken the children to change on pay day. J.LC. I{ drug store. m ed reliability of tee &rm
Hurrah for Stockton.-Belleview
She keeps grease from the drain the beautiful of life I --
things teach Raised From the Dead. !
pipe and sink with kerosene. The News.Letter. It cure a .eU te ... I.l
them to to till Cannery for Inriae.
see, reproduce the
Senator Taliaferro need not fear the C. W. Landis, "porter" for the ori-\\ quiaioeT" "
sink itself in kept clean and nice Tate Laxative BTMM
great world in her wonderous beautyis ental hotel, Chanute Kan." Irvine, Fla.-Hall Bros are getting
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with itShe recult. His successful performance of lets. AU druggt.iairWawl tnt sif ,
open to them. Their hearts will "I know what it was to suffer with i ready to erect a cannery to be in oper- E. W ..weld I
uses it for bleaching. A half of duty, his upright manliness, hi. clean 1 1I neuralgia deed I did and I a bottle it failed to 5N. .
I respond in love to God and humanity.The I. got ation at the beginning of next season.D. signature U an trash b ii.-.Z'
a teacupful is put into a washtub of j and political methods, his unswerving of Ballard's Snow Liniment and I I
I men women of tomorrow H. Irvine has jut harvested his ---
The democracy all will be eudorsed. His was 'raised from the dead I tried to I I !-t ..gate
water. washing is then done i "Plain Jobs ?UUi" M>'
must be better and wiser than of today large hay crop and is now picking andshipping
get some more but before I had 'de I IpoeeJ'
after the usual method. re-election will simply that the II suucd Wtl i
The clothes mean to him tat Mr. Stei
else will have from of his
we failed in vine-
our of my bottle, I was cured entirely i grapes
are whiter and bygt-nically cleaner state will continue to be representedin his trouble &buat Naa.rf'I' a.uaJ'"
I tribute to the progress of civilization. I am tellin' de truth too." I yards.-New York Packer.

than if they were washed in the ordi- I I i Soon will the work of our lives be resting Washington by one who has not 25c, oOc. and 1.00 at Anti-monopoly rebates to hi. friend Bun aua ;cwt

nary way as a disinfectant. \ upon time waiting to confront us only accomplished much for the state drug store. m I Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs. members taLawteyu aalNaIl "" 11 lj:+aiei.

For window panes and mirrors thekerosene when stand of Florida, but also that increased "Several years aeo'tmy! lungs were I
we on the brink where BLITCHTON.
I I knout fur iu *.tra.ri
badly affected that I bad '
is again used. It gives the the shadows power and influence will be ours in I I go many
j meet. Let us help II I hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ake, of: ,'..ur.rd for tto wiry. Aiaau -.*J
glass a beautiful lustre |: the senate of the United States for the
entailing while we can and waste not the hours Thank you. We'll call again. Wood Ind., "1 took treatment from i fur its saternwiese tauu. 'u.' *

t very arduous labor. in idle dreams that the decrees of next six years.-Pensacola Jo urnal. There was preaching here last Sunday several physicians without any bene-1 i hw
I Lake Weir for ito oa*>u* ana
destiny may destroy. .... evening by Rev. J. M. Morris. On |it fit. I then started to take Folev> I
-: The Hill Printing Company in Hands A VAGCK BCMOB.; t Honey and Tar and my lungs are now tot its fine atonk.
M. ET.T.A account of bad weather there
ARXSTRO G. was no i j -- -
of a Receiver. I as sound a bullet. I recommend it ;j
There is a vague rumor going the preaching in the morning. There i I in advanced staees of lung trouble." j J JPostoffice There is one tweet a#.H*}"r *

The Gainestille bun says: In As Mr. Stockton owned the Times- rounds to the effect that Napoleon B. was six additions to the church. The' Drug store mj i Florid unu__....... It It !tae! Hifl

obeiience to a bill tiled by H. F. Dutton Union, he was responsible for that i I S.
pa- will not continue a great while hiscanvll.Sil new members will be baptized the I Springs Hernet. It >* eu *'r'N D<

I & Co., of this city, asking that a per's debts and any transaction Hit for governor, but that at an second week in October at what isi i j The following is the mothers sweet I: .C. __

receiver be relieved him of the I benediction and has filled the heart
appointed to adjust the payment of them time j!
opportude in the indefinite known as the mill pond near the -Tho.e paws that ate l"ot.iIUIf

financial obligations of the Hill virtually put "money into his! pocket. future he will retire from the race, residence of Mr. B. R. Blitch. with more rapture than can be expressed -{I i Governor Jeanieg tIN L'uitJ! Met

Printing Company, his honor Judge tIThe and that John N. C. will take off his Mr. G. M. Richards is on the sick in any four lines in the i Senator-are they Wn, 141"411.

Wills has appointed N. W. Littlefield trouble originated in Mr. senatorial harness mount the gubernatorial English language: I

as receiver of said Stockston's denunciation list.Mr. "Hush my dear! Lie stilt mnJ clumber. II teat
company.The of those papers steed from which Napoleon Leon Wilson, of Dunnellon. is Holy angels guard thy bed; I Alachu county U a* dry M *

firm of Dutton 4 Co., are hold that do not support him as being had just dismounted. It is hinted i at home gathering corn. Heavenly blessings without number. :I and still Editor Godwin is not IStttr

ing heavy mortgages over this company subsidized. His idea along this line that Gently tailing on thy head."
Napoleon Willie Mario ly
riding over the gubernatorial was in Ocala. last II happy. ,
and the action lead him to deonnce ,
was may as corrupt
course merely to ascertainfor Friday. The New York American BelLl'St'jpaper

: about in an endeavor to secure a every democrat who does: not vote for J. N. Cs. benefit the rough placesin Mr. J. A. Crumpton, of Berlin, wasia printed John Temple Graves'oration 1! Wee WAo."TEI-6K\JtI.41.ia each Kate ta tra l"IUSnlr".IM fewu r ue.,.....

settlement of same. The Hill Printing him. His position even no w seems to the track. The Press, however our burg Monday.Mr. delivered at Chicago on the '. spat el"eo IIICn:11uttla4 year 1114 witk* a mu Urv M* cafMa teL'-"'( .. .....

Company is an incorporated com he: If you do not vote for Mr. Hae. Permaaevi .....t *.*-
I Stockton has too much prontable "c.
respect for Napoleon B. M. Phillips has accepted the 'Separation of the Races" in full in 1 ash MUry of lit aM all irere.e. -> .*'
panyjmd was organized in Gaines- ,you are a paid hireling of the corporations to treat this matter mail all4 hotel b>R. I : seriounly.-Penta- carrying contract, commencing its Sunday's edition. It is classical E.pareu afi -.,,, raww. 'emsi j
ville about three years ago. .-Punta Gorda Herald. I cola Press. }I'>nday. and able. I alii ucluM .etf..dere..rd ...... ".. Isis j
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, isiu t:.:: !TZ SA22I3. Local Editor. has Fjauk just Oa.i-tou finished, of the Bazaar store, o........... u

: opening up one of I S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER, A

i"OpENINGS ABOUT TOWN the prettiest lines of china noveltieto -* !

be found in Ocala I II I REPORTING PROGRESS !

/' )lr. j. B. Cutler, of Dunuellon, wad ,I I I Ii S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
i Mrs. Geo. & .
: McKay and children .
l.()o..Ia Saturday._ I I have returned from Blowing Hock, 5 .

t Owr"y MoyeMWM! up from N. C., where they have spent the 9A Livery Feed and Sale Stables 1
panndlon) Saturday. Bummer most pleasantly.Mr. Work is rapidly progressing: in the Special IllusS ,

trated Industrial Edition of the Ocala Banner. I

Boa M. L. Piyne, of Fairfield, wa W. B. Conley, of Brooksville, Q It has developed into a large undertaking and wed 5 We the
carry completeline
IIOt'D SIwrday. was In Ocala Saturday on his way ) :are determined to make this issue one that will be .

Florida deed Rye. from the turpentine of Harness, Saddles, etc .
\\"ictw-OOltl.l operators con. of great value to Marion county and Ocala. SOur

8-2<>tf- vention at Jacksonville.Ilev. : fe in central Florida and will
i Cclii! rrt.Store. ____ I 2 agricultural, manufacturing, naval storeslumber : give ,

; )tr.C W. WhiteiJd has gone to and MM. J. C. Porter and ber and phosphate resources will be made known to our patrons the very lowest

i At&wa to visit relatives for a fewt daughters have returned from Cor- gk the world in a manner never before attempted by an 8 I pricesVe are thoroughly i t

t I t r dA. nelie and Atlanta, Oa., where they $ Ocala publication. equipped for fitting out turpen:1 1

) H. & Chambers is spending have been for a montb. 9 The work is important and we solicit the cooperation 5 t. tine and lumber teams .,
It her old home at Orange gear, .
tIOIII'lime What John Stockton says about his of our home people, without which all our E'fI .
wagons etc rfJfM WC ;:
Lte.are.. love for the laboring man would jjP forts could. but result in failure. That this cooperS : 'I"; ":,; a.liw..ra";' Mr. .r.
W Crosby and daughter, I
J. sound a great deal better if he wasn't ation is being given us is extremely gratifying.
We always keep on hand full line of
rihd rout to Tampa Monday for a reaching out for an office. I a Columbus and UmlHeN f
The official endorsement and the of
A subscription
It s dAJ" "bit.r 0 Buggies and '-White Hickory"' Turpentine and F'arm,1VagtnNorth : I
Mr. J. \V. Craig, (;, P. A and Mr. Q the Board of County Commissioners for one thousandS g
Side Court Uon-..'. Ocala. 1'lu ;
r Sir Tons Harris iut a few hours W. H. Leahy, D. P. A., of the A. C. copies is an indication of the interest being:: taken inS 1'1

i f II Oil, Sunday with his' parents, L. railway, were registered at the the enterprise. S .

r Ntsad3Ir. Fnnk Ibm- Ocala House Monday.Messrs. The number, the variety and the quality the S ,.YYYY.Y YYYYTYYV W V WWW*W.WWW WVWVWWW..a..r, //1

f Mr.J. Q. WII11-; .;;attache of this Howard and Harvey Hark! 1 : illustrations to be used in this publication will markS : s ESTABLISHED 15 YEA HR. ':

:Sunday from a trip to
I a ltrreturned left Monday: over the A. C. L., for a new era in Ocala journalism: and deserves specialattention HANK
f IKft.lIa: .ill!. I Troy, Alabama, where they will attend 1
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Hillman passed through a business college for several LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE. : I
CbL W. J. Suggestions from our readers will be welcomed. 5

I Otii; Saturday from Jacksonville on months.Mr. 1246 to 125 W. Adams St., Jacksonville Fla. : M

bit",1a Floral City. and MM. W. )r. Martin and .5.......US.USI5SS.$ I t Ful i emu.! I; Fullllb. +J

their granddaughter, Miss Eugene 1 Hunting. Club Sloes, $-* !.
Mis. HOhzl'1aWof Caudler, rprnttjurdgat I Xd.onCounty: 1 ,0 75 1

the Ocala: House with her Fuller, arrived home Satruday from A picture of Miss Mary Elizabeth Union Services. I > Haines Monogram 44'Maryland ;, :'c 9.50 5.0. e/ 1

'unD. Seabreeze, where they have been sums Wartmann, of Citra, appeared in the The union services at the Baptist >. social Drops ; CJ 11.00 : 1
IIG, 1
mering. society columns of Sunday's Atlanta church Sunday night were very largely et: : .i;

Quite *large! number naval storesefenttonind Journal. Miss Wartmann u the attended and were unusually interesting : years: suc, : business. : '1
mill uieu B|>ent Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Louglass and that
H H. in the b.vaeau.aar
euest of Mrs Fudge services being conductedby +s sxaasaawssa.a.a..aa.aa.aaaaaaaa.q4 15

Gy in ().... .. I children were here from Ocala Sunday city, where she will be until she goesto Revs. Warren, Hendry end Han-1 i ,,

Wedneaday visiting Mrs. Brenan College. nah. |I
D. L-oDca..ter U behind the
MaJ.T.( Douglas' Mr. and Mrs E. F. i 11
choir, 'I
water at the Ocala House in the Judge Hocker, who owns an orange composed of Messers. I
Mann. Fernandina
is at Nash and A. E. Gerig, Miss Bullock
timacc of Mr. Whlleslded.Mj. grove in this vicinity, stopping a
Inn. His little son, and Mrs. Goin rendered the anthem
lies 3tisses Mary and Rebecca Anderson the Kentucky FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston j
."\ & "'} Hager\- U under the weather "Nearer .My God to Thee" and Mites
will leave in a: few days! for who U witbhim| lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United I

,r bra, was in Ocala Saturday Lynchburg Va. where uutieally"peaking, so that his Bookwalter, of Macon, Ga., favoredthe States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers Egg: 1 1I
they are
134 made US I business visit father's: piscatorial: efforts are much congregation with a solo. Miss I Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm j
students in the Macun
Randolph- and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
Danedin Tampa Tri Bookwalter'd voice is a soprano of rare '
Otnlkl Frank Clrkon, ofJaeknon8W Woman's College.Mr. curtailed.- cor. Be sure to see or write us before you buy your Early
bune. sweetness and strength and her solo II Corn for spring. .
tferjUnly' friend and a friend .
Wry in OcaU Monday.UpL and Mrs. J. S. Webb have returned Mr. and )IN. Campbell Russell\, of I I was most delightfully received by
to their home at Reddick aftera Hereforo, Indian Territory, are visit r those who were fortunate enough to I J'

(I. A. \o the Ocala pleasant visit of several months in ing Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chamblis3.Mr. hear her. The Ocala Seed StoreB55S55 1i 1-

L. returned Sundry! morning from. Boston, New York and the mountainsof nUll is famous in the west as a Rev. D. E. Hannah, of the Christ-

tbttl UIUJIW Dt at Jacksonville. \' breeder of registered! Hereford and ian church, preached: a very excellent

[t Mr. Annie- Trauthaiu has returned Shorthorn cattle. He will make a sermon having as his subject, "The. ------------- ---- :

[ fana tit bite t'iiring, where, she has Capt. James H. Howard, of the, trip to Crystal River and see: if it is Coming and Going of Christ. i THE CLUB H rGSE.
steamer "William How.rdHi; Iii
lion for toiu lime for the benefit of possible! to lasso a tarpon. This! service concluded the evening i ..e'j j
i pleasant visitor to Ocala Monday. He union services. Next .e'f'.
kit ht1ltb.I Prof. J. H. Brinson, of Orange Sunday night
I was on his way to St. Leo to enter his there will be the regular preaching at !.

l t )lr, and Mrt.O. T. Mulw and :oOU as a student in that eseeleut insti Springy department, who has of charge the East of the Florida business each of the churches in the city. Cuisine First Closs. Rates Reasogable. .1

UM tiara U vU returned Sunday tution. Seminary, was in Ocala Saturday.He :; Leased the Bowling Alley. I I

!root a ek'. to lelativesat :Mr. D. G. Eichelbenjer has: leased is a candidate for superintendent A party of young gentlemen leaded j Refurgis T roug out. Special Rotes by Month t
Aaetk'u., (i..
the handsome Holfiuaa house former of school for this county and is the bowling alley Monday night and ,

MM bbie DeVaue. alter a short ly occupied by Judge G. A. Worley, here in the interest:: of his candidacy.Mrs. ; spent the evening -ieligatfully. .

L:F !WUo brr.iter )trio P. \'. Leaveu- on the Boulveyard, and he and his David S.:; Woodrow and little The following are the name of those -
I who the )RS. THOS. J. BARES. PHOP 1
I Carl, rtturnrd to her home at tsavanf family will be most pleasantly: daughter, Blair, who have been composed party: 1

i f tab Mouthy aftrrnoou. situated there.-Miami Metropolis.A spending the summer at Seabreeze, Mr. Howard Clark l )lr. Harry: 1j

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t* m r Palmer, Mr J. G. Robinson, :Mr. .. l
tin F. A. league and baby went child of Mr. Rubin had the mis- returned home Saturday. Their summer Alfred Beck Mr. Jr&iI.jj'iJ
George McKean
delightful one ; !!l :!O .f i!fl ili" 1
has been a most! :
<... W L Jy Lake Monday for a fortune to have its hands badly Mr. Robert Mathews, Mr. Emmett

ibrt waft' with )1r"0 'league's burned Monday afternoon. Dr. until Friday night when Seabretze Robinson and Mr. John :Mathews. I 3
visited dreadful storm. WE EAT MEATTo 1
prink Smith was called in and applied healing was by a
Herbert Anderson, the brilliant
I ointment that relieved the little Prof. Josiah Yarn of Ocala, arrived grow strung. Unites! we get ' to St. Aussie I Ocala lawyer, was in the city Saturday
one of its sutlerings. last: wt'tkVith teams, farming implements CJ good meat we may as well let
tttaUy to we his wife amifWMrtu for a few hours on his way to 1si
etc. and will at once begin it alone. There is
,.bo have teen *|>eudiug I Mrs. Jno, W. Pearson and daughter, Roan Mountain, S. C., where bis wifeis 1SI no strengthin 'ij j
working on his groves. We predictfor 1
tough meat-instead of giving
slate tkuf tUte.Tb Alta, who have been spending the sojourning, and where he hopes to
Mr. Yarn success, for previous 1 i. I it takes (
strength to dig*II-t
pa t.-everal mouths with Mrs. Pt'arMU'II fully regain his health, which, has,
JttkMttivtUtf Mrtruhulfr says!! I work has demonstrated be has the I : it. It pays to be careful in ;
daughter, Mr?. Wright at St.::; Jo, unfortunately, not: been of the best of
U M Tij' 'uiu U.11"b, of Ocala, relatives Harrbondale. ability to make a grove.ra.ota ouying meat-be sure to get :..
and with !at late. No man in Florid has more ,
1* nM( to have the best looking Times. I best-tender aid ehoto. '
Mo returned home Saturday.Mr. : friends than Herbert Anderson, and I2i N ape
''vltlete 'is I.wl'"' The healthy ol his ability as a lawyer is eclipsed only
_. It W. Van Brunt, of Tallahassee hairs like a silver crown. Wbat if he something in gtoaueh l
( your
Mn. H. f'. '..Ilia and children by his character as a man. A republican !
l who was the principal ef the be three score and ten if there i is still r4tU
51 which will put flesh on
,tu. rttwimi from Georgia, where of the Ocala fire in his eye, firmness in his step in politics, the circle of his i p. r youroones r

i'1 bite bmi euwwt'ring and are at grammer department has been elected command in his voice and wisdom in friends and admirers is bisected by J and strong blood in your j
school last year, 1
love heart.EDWARDS .
He commands
in his counsel. no lines and
Jbe Slealetewr Hotel. party everybody who
the Stark, public school
principal and reverence. Yet how few wear
knows him hopes to see him soon returned BROS.Stall
)fr. 1. J. Ji u t., of the Ocala Steam and will open same October 1st. the mantle of age with dignity. Dim .
----- eyed, querulous of speech, halting instep from the mountains fully re- 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Ma.
Modify, after -euding| a few nays at Every candidate for an office sings childish in mind, they "lag stored to health.-Times-Union.

11. el4 aw-ru.-Ia Irvine, returned Moii- little of praise for the laboring =-_, .-..-_, =_....._-==--="'::0=="" _='"... -
his song superfluous on the stage, draggingout What is the Hon. M. 1.. Payne's ;:;J --.r "'!-"c.r ;:;:r "'-=! = i

rlsj aftrtua.u. man just: before election. After, the fag end of life in a simple ex grievance against the Ocala Banner i J
-- is stilled. And istence. The secret <>f a healthy: old He :
U election every tongue was m town Saturday and did not ,
cooitipatnl or bilious, rail for is healthy middle The I
LyMu'.l'lli. i the laboring man takes it all in. age a age. make it a fraternal call. We want
and be certain our
man who takes care of his stomach OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
db" give you heneuuine Uamou's "What fools we mortal be." who keeps his body properly nourished every friend of the Banner who :

e.pdete treatment- doe Sacs You have the satisfaction of knowing will find that the body does not fail comes to the county seat, to come OCALA FLORIDA. s I
n'u'ke Dr\ll i Lorl'. 111Jr. that what you buy at the Posts him in old 'ge. The great value of around and chat about politics and ,

) office Drug Store is pure atd of thegest Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov* in his The ,
sal Mr. It. A. (Jreea are vi itdaugbter things neighborhood.
It their' Mr. T. 15. Sny- vuality. They sell Dickey's Old ery lies in the preservation of the Banner always wants to know who c& BOILERS ENGINESPipe j
Reliable Eye Water. It don't burnr working power of the stomach and is going to be the winner.
4tr. at the Mou. House in St
oa m other of digestion sad nutri
hurt when applied. organs
4 rttwlru.. -- -- tion. From the center is distributedthe For Rent or Lease. and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pump,
Miss l Rebecca Boswell, of Lake nourishment of the whole Two hundred acres of first class Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, B*U-

1f. Uttoiruthehrsrrcravrd InforWa land, who has been spending the the salt of the blood, the little of body the, land; good wire and plank fence; O. ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

1hioQ !tow blugton City that summer with her sister, Mrs. C. E. bones, phosphate of braines and I &; G. railroad depot on the land, also JlILL'*.\.XD MINING Sl'PPLIEK.
some patches of cow-pened land, one
.. fM.d A tuccrMful examination Abaon, has returned home accompanied nerves. A bound stomach means a I d
mile from Post office, two horses and
A his
ta Miss Elizabeth sound man. man who keeps
t LtU "'trl. embracing tumerology by little sixty bead of cattle, plenty of water.
stomach sound by the use of "Golden IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
b4 h.ether kindred IUt-JecU. The Abson. Mrs. Atxton and her other Medicial Discovery" will wear the Corn and fodder for sale. ,

4i'iW will rtcvlve an appointment children are expected to return homein crown of gray hairs as befits a uionacb, Apply to J. S. LEWIS, ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORKk

Q-, M a vacancy occur. a short while. with dignity and ease. m 9-ll-2tw. Irvine Fla. I


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Tuesday morning. ordered that permits be and the same i I tc carry firearms be hereafter approved "

i [COUNTY L COMMISSIONERS.I f .1'I are hereby granted to D. M. Crosby. until a showing i? made that an in .'
Tuesday, September 8, 1903. I ARE YOU SORE?
W. H. Stephens. B. .F. Lyons. B. B. l-'iduai applying for lime is a man I
Board met pursuant to adjournment. ,
I King and C H. Hollandsworth as ot good moral character and over the mph
All members present. | ar

Ocala Fla.. Sep. 7, A. D. 1&03.Th :Mr.: Zewadski having requested to be aforesaid. age of twenty-one years. Officers exe- | Y.Relieves ./
The following resolution offered by curIng these bonds are specially requested i
board of county commissioners. heard at 9:15 this morning he appeared
Commissioners Long was unanimously to carry out these resolutions
In and for Marion county Florida, met before the board for the purpose of Instantly or Money Rcf\&r.M
adopted: Bond of James L. Perry not being'
In regular session on this day. making his report with reference to I
and of "Whereas, it is right and proper for properly executed the same was Muscular Rheumatism i
Present H. W. Long chairman the suit against the county in favor re-I ;

Ooamlsmioners N. A. Fort. EL L. Wart- H L. Anderson trustee with refer- persons getting a direct. benefit froma fused. Sore Muscle. Sore Joints and Ncurii .A.
paved road should pay more for its The bond of W. H. Stephens to carry ,
main F. S. Lucius and John L. Ed- ence to public road at and near Silver
construction and completion than firearm, having insufficient bondsmen j The only External Remedy which will Sweat Out rl k.
walda. Springs. After a complete report by
those getting only an indirect benefit hereon, was also refused. j Fever and loflacnution.SoSd .
; Minnies of the last meeting were Mr. Zewadski it was resolved that the .
only to 2Sc.,SOc. A flM BottV *t. s
The bond of S. A. Rawls 'IIi i' vyy
and notary
i and whereas it seems right proper
ra4 and approved.Mr. case be appealed to the supreme court.

of the Mr. Zewadski and he is hereby that the people in localities along the .;.. was approved. I'i .... 1
Long made his report poor being FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON .H.v iJR. .. pf
line of base line roads that have been, The notary public bond of A. W AJ i I
farm which report is a* follows: authorized to carry the case to the said
or may hereafter be located, who by len was approved.The I .....
Superintendent's salary $33:>>; regu supreme court, it being distinctly un- -- -- - --
the location of tax road disc bond of G. W. Parramore I
'special notary
lar field hand. $1::; extra field band, Zewadski and the board of county com-

IJ.I5; cook for month of August, $2; derstood and agreed between the said tricts," by private donations of moneyor was approved.The HUBBARD MAODUcHARDW

washing and ironing: $1. Total paid for missioners that he should make no through any other instrumentalitymay commission heretofore appoint

labor, $57.15 charge whatever for any service rendered raise road funds to aid in the ed to view and mark out the best routefrom

such roads the terminus of the Ocala and
rapid construction of
Co. said of
Sundries, from Rheinauer & in the case on account
should be encouraged. Therefore be Blitchton road made their report as
from the said appeal.Mr.
t $5.63; from H B. Masters, $19.19;
it resolved first: That the base line folows: Begin at the intersection of
Tydings & Co., $5.70; from Ocala Wagon D. R. Zetrouer was appointed

from Ceo. K. Robinson mark and brand inspector for Central roads above referred to shall be builtin the Blitchton and Ocala hard road
sub-divisions of equal length until thence follow the old Blitchton and 'l.
$3.60; total supplies for fertilizer district No. 3, Marion county, Fla.
completed. Ocala public road straight to the crossing -
etc. $35.77; amount total expensesof The board then took up the matterof BARBED WIRE CUT AND DEEhtTIVATIHfc
of Mr. McWhener "Second: That any locality adong of the S. S. 0. & G. R. R., thence "LOW& i
month of August, $32.32; credit by the salary engi-
' Total for the traction engine and rati- the line of the aforesaid base line south along the present road known as
poor farm produce sold $1.12. neer
expense for August 9179. fied the agreement heretofore made between roads who, in addition to the regular the Teague road to the intersection of WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLA rNJa. GIU'\'I ct\ :

road tax levied and collected may raise the Ocala and Cotton Plant hard road,
;; Corn and potatoes in good condition, the said engineer and Mr. J. L.
=' aforesaid to aid and assist in which report was adopted by the OILS v ARSISHEST-
with fair prospects for good yield; Edwards, commissioner, fixing the money a ALL [lUlu t

plndars bearing very well; velvet beans, salary for August at $75 and for the the more rapid construction and com- board.
L of such roads that for each and Mr. E. L. Carney tax colleetor, reported LANTIC LEAD
are good; garden is being fertilized present month at $SO. pletion ,. WHITE OF OAEDIX T, ,, -U i

I preparatory for fall crop of vegetables; Upon motion of Mr. Wartmann Commissioners every mile such locality or localitiesmay collection of $561.98 on account i

I raise money to build constructand of licenses and $13 on account of polls. ALL KINDS OF
a few beans and turnips have been Edwards and Long were COOKING: 1'i I rf8
"f J
complete under the direction and The following bonds to firearms -
carry I
will and authorized have the
. planted and are coming up; corn appointed to ,

be gathered this week; meat hogs will crusher removed from present location supervision of the board of county were approved and ordered GLASS AND PUTTY, HEAT1E jkA'lI 1

commissioners on the line of any such drawn: C. L. Dean, J. D. Boyt, JosephJ. !1i
. be pat on five acres of early plndars.i to such a point on Anthony roadas j
base line road that in addition to the Fort, L. P. Cox S. S. Cleveland J.
This week John Harris, who was assisting they may deem proper and to employ IRON PIPES AND FITAn TU W. j
rata apportionment of the subdivision B. Waldron W. H. Fort. E. T. Burle- \ CTT *
such deem
s; our old cook, had some words teams as they may ad-
of such road roads, the coun- J. L. Grantham, W. D. Sheppard.
or son 1
with her and left. Respectfully sub visable to gather loose rock and haUl
i> mitted.: H. W. Long. the same and that they be authorizedand ty commissioners will appropriate a Upon request of M. H. Rou, chair EVERYTHING LRY,1Rtt4 A r, TIIL

like sum of money out of the regular man board of trustees of parsonageand
Co. Com. in Charge. empowered to employ one or

Petition asking for public road to more teams to clay the road from a road fund and build construct andcomplete church property, Reddick, Fla., it N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES, Pl"U." I

said road an equal number was recommended by the board of
western Griner
run north and south along point near Farm school house

boundary lines of sections 27, 22 10 to Anthony and to employ a suitable of miles to that built by private funds county commissioners that the comp- ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAJIE OIL/ I'TuYl'

aforesaid and above the number troller be requested to cancel the sale
and 15, in tp 15. r 22: e, and to extend man or men to take charge of such
work. of mills apportioned to be built out of of August 1900 covering lots 7 and 8,
known the
from the hard rock road as LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST
the road fund." block 14, Reddick, without the PRICES
The regular cost
Ocala and Silver Spring road to Santos following proposition made bMr y

was laid over until next regular L. J. Brumby and Mr. F. E. Harris The petition asking for a public road said property being church property.It .

.. meeting of the board. was presented to the board: beginning at a point at Anthony run was ordered that the comptrollerbe i I Hubbard & Macduff, Ocala, Fla

Mr. Deas. ferryman at Stokes's fer- Ocala, Fla., Sept. 8. 1903. ning west along the public road to the requested to allow the redemption

,. ry, appeared and reported that the flat To the Honorable Board of County ,base line road or old road, southwest of ne4 of new and sV> of ne4. sec 7, -- -.::

at that place had sunk and needed repairs Commissioners of Marion County, to Mcintosh and Ocala road thence tp 1.5. r :22:!, sold in November 1896.

badly. Referred to Mr. Long Florida, Gentlemen: We herewith sub- west and along section lines dividing certificate 1218 April 1838, certificate McMillan Bros

with power to act. mit the following proposition in con- sections 14 and 23, in tp 14 r 21, e, 1325, October 1S98, certificate 1577.

At the request of Hr. Long. Mr. Deaa nection with the industrial edition of thence west to said section line to in August 1S9S, certificate 1544 at the

was instructed to pass Mr. I. N. Rawls the Ocala Banner viz: To famish tersect the Blitchton and Ocala roadat face value of certificates and omitted Southern

over the ferry without charge. one thousand copies of the said the intersection of the Blitchton and years':: taxes, without interest. Copper Works}

Ocala road between Fellowship and It was ordered that the comptrollerbe
The instructions to road overseers edition the price of which has

gotten up by Mr. Long was adopted been placed at 25 cents per copy for Blitchton was granted and the follow requested to allow M. L. Payne to Manufacturers of Turpentine Stilfe

unanimously by the board, and 500 copies use of the board of county commISsioners ing commission appointed to mark out redeem the wU of nel{, sec 23, tp 13,

ordered printed by the Ocala Star in advertising the resources of the same: N. A. Knoblock A. P. Bas r 20 sold under certificate 260, sale of and General

Marion kin and F. W. Ellison. April 3, 1S53. at the face value of cer Metal Worker
the of t said board
at and for price $: They appear county, to at 124
The known as the Lee Priest tificate.It .
in another place. cents per copy or a total of $125. All petition -- ----- --. ---
road from farm to Anthony to be was ordered that the comptrollerbe
Mr. Calvin Long appeared before the expense of mailing said papers to be poor OldJStills: taken in exchange: for new granted when opened up by the citi- requested to allow Mrs. S. P. Good
s board and complained of the roads in by us. Very respectfully. through the
country a. specialty < nlr t
by mal .r
The Ocala Banner. ;zens. win to redeem the nu of n : of sw4

,. his district being fenced up by wire The proposition was unanimously The board having received a communication of nw}4, sec 35 tp 15, r _"1, which is wire will receive prompt attention at Mthff 'jn'followinrr
fence by Mr. H. L. Anderson and Mr.
from J. B. Wyatt, chairman embraced in certificates 1172 of August works .
the board. oFAYETTEVILLE
Marsh. A petition signed by L. D. adopted by
The of the board of county commissioners 1900 and 1450 of July, 1901, together
petition of L. D. Marsh filed
Marsh was also! received asking to be
of Manatee county instructed the with other lands by paying two-
with the board C.
asking to construct agate SAVANNAH
allowed to place a gate across the pub. It
road clerk to write him that this board is thirds of the! face of the certificates: ,
lie road near Lake George; which sev- across public leading to
eral matters were referred to Mr. Fort Patt's Island from where it emergesfrom legally informed that it cannot makean without interest and omitted years tax- JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE All.

the appropriation for a state exhibit es.:
with power to act Arredonda grant referred to
That in case the several boards of com- The following claims for pensions
I It was ordered that Messrs.V.. E. Commissioner Fort with power to act.
The matter.of flat missioners of the state should make an from the state of Florida were ap- qb nAwithayQQJse \
McKay R. L. Anderson and Wm. Rocker building a at -
Stokes' appropriation for an exhibit from their proved: E. G. Taylor, Mrs. :M. Bate-
be allowed to redeem the outstand- Ferry was referred to Commissioner .
respective counties it would necessarily Mrs. David W.
Lucius man. Cam Mrs. S.
ing certificates upon lots 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, with power to act. [
It follow that said exhibits be placed Kitty Reddick, M. J. Forbes, Julia B E. .
Teayue'sj-esurvey of lots 54. 59 and 60.CaldweU's was ordered that $30 be appropri- > t
I separately and as distinctive county Quarterman, Mrs. Sarah W. Lang.
ated in part payment by this board to
ad Ocala, at and for the has frequent
construct a flat at Orange Springs. exhibits at the World's Fair in St Lou :Mr. T. E; Pasteur, county treasurer \ appeUte. lna.JlJ.1tl tw&dactuy to "bad.ewe 01 ...,....,-...... _'
+ slap
of .
sum $100.It ru a teurA d .,
is, and which we believe would be im- submitted his of letling,it 11 not netesaatrly vome'cure a .
also Said amount to be paid upon comple- report receipts disbursements ..... yie, _
was ordered that the sw}. of

nw i, sec 17, tp 12, r 23, be allowed to tion of said flat and upon inspectionand practicable. and balances as follows It's the Liver.

be redeemed for $133: ; report by a member of this board. Leading citizens thereupon appeared Road Fund I, I

Mr. R. H. Sanders appeared before The said flat to be the property of Marion before the board and stated that they Bal. last report.: .$1165 08 Don't fAll to get today at JOUl a ...: :. uI ;

the board with reference to the county county. Specifications may be were in possession of information thata Receipts. . .. 20 S6 $] l86 04

1 relieving the city of Dunnellon from seen or had by calling on Mr. E. L. much more commodious go"ernmentbuildini" Disbursed.. .. $1068 60 HERBINEFIt
can be procured from and located I
at Citra Fla. -------
the payment of $;)00. pledged by the will

town toward the erection of a bridge The road known as the hard rock by the government of the United Balance. .. . . .$ t17! 44 and diKatlre quickly aDd aure11tore', Ltvq kJd ;
to .
organs t !.r aor r." t.. n. :
States the I feel itka tw t
upon public square than caa a "
road from Ocala .
across Withlacoochee river at that running to Citra was County Proper Fund woman afar ta rg L0e I:...t a

place. The following resolution was declared a base line road. be at any other location and respectfully Bal. last report. . .$ 13 56 30 Cants ALL DRVCCISTS. '

adopted: It appearing to the board that the application requested said board to indicate: Receipts. . . 612 70 $6_6 26

j "Upon motion of Commissioner for permit to sell liquors whether! or not said square can be pro- Disbursed. . .. 626 14
I cureu for a less sum of money than the
wines and beer
in election district No.
Wartmann that in view of the fact that AN OMISSION
i A T
0 _
$20,000 heretofore mp rry gar; z
; this board desires to build a steel 1, Marion county Florida being regular indicated and incase Balance. .. . . . . 12

bridge; across the Withlacoochee river and no complaint having been that cannot be done, should a F. and F. Fund Thi IearJMltThe.wsutp :-'
good and sufficient title to site indi- Owing to an oversight! the toilowuu: \
made to the said board it was there- a BaL last "
E -at Dunnellon, and that Marion county report. $Ztl3: 53 lA' :lit :
fore ordered that a permit be and the cated by the board be procured for the . paragraph was left out of tin minutesof
l together with Citrus county, contracted Receipts. . 226 36 $3640 09 of property whi'u 'i.. 41 k4eUsa

: with the Converse Bridge Co., of same is granted to the said J. F. Ed- county and the present court house removed Disbursed. .. . 6C6 14 the board of public instruction inFrlday's
wards as aforesaid.It to said place to such point as taIB &ale l DI'-1 ";'a. .". ....' ;;
t Chattanooga, Tenn., to build said daily: 1

bridge upon the payment of $1000 to appearing to the board that the may be indicated by* the board of coun- Balance . . . .. .$2973 93 Both petitions included certain territory titla ally lurpwtotoarriv 11..1 ..., [

i be paid by the city of Dunnellon be it application for permit to sell liquors, ty commissioners would it be satis The following justices reported fines t whisk w elgatrest .a to' 4.w

' wines and beer in election district No. factory to the board? The board de- In sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 11 In !
1 resolved: That if the city of Dunnel- imposed in their courts as follows: J. it a air < ?

too will 1 Marion county Florida, being regular clined to give an opinion officially, butindi'idualIy O. Turnipseed $100 E. S. Smith township 13, range 20. After cootider- 'I
relinquish their claim for their ; $110; ki4 .tea taaiiv *i I' H:

1 proportion of the road tax due them and no complaint having been they were in and favor unofficially of the stated that D. L. Grantham, $415; R. Bullock, $30; ing the claims of each side. Flemingto! heal 1 ..... ... tt*.. '.'. -.. at'.

for the year 1903. and all! previous made to the said board it was therefore same but J. M. Barksdale $15; C. C. Priest, $5; was granted all it asked for in section
ordered that permits be and th declined to take any action in the mate IfIIMMI MGM Itall.. \ ,- _a\|[
due them J. W. Coulter. $152.
years that this board will 6, and the north of
ter, and requested that the citizens; of quarter 3. IMW ... ,
same are hereby granted to Maurice The ., ;
pay on the part of Marion county the following justices reported no

$i60 that was to be paid by Dunnellonn Strauss Carmichael & Son Co., and C. Marion county, in person or otherwise, fines in their courts: M. M. Proctor H. 4 and 5, and the northwest quarter of dril,. eM....., ,'i. 't. < -1.f!

McGrath give an expression to this board at its the north quarter of section 2. The
as aforesaid.It Oak
behalf of Marion county and that a W. Douglass, W. W.. Jackson, B. F. ...... 'l'leiaast. _4111U

f certified copy of this resolution be for- appearing to the board that the regular. meeting in October next i Bouchillon C. C. Priest Alex. Wynne Hill school was granted all it asked for 01... Like. ., tdxid r
whether '
or not they are favorable d'
t warded to the city of Dunnellon for application for permits to sell liquors and M. H. Ron. in section 11 and all of section 2 except I
such action.It .Alasaa .. .
t consideration." wines and beer in election district No. Board WHIIil
thereupon adjourned.S. northwest
24, Marion county, Florida, being was ordered that no applicationA quarter of north quarter W.N.t'atapa. uyjl 'f
t Bond of Geo. A. Xash as captain of regular T. Sistrunk,'Clerk.
1 and all of sections 3, 4 and 5 e-
the Ocala Rifles, with Z. C. Chambliss no complaints having been ttOBiiviilnsk **f !:.*.

I ad J. D. Robertson as sureties was made to the board it was thereforeA Boy's Wild Ride for Life. Mr. J. Frank Davis, the special cept the north quarters.A We slaw fII P4tai8te !
approved by the board. With family around expecting him agent cf the Globe Oil Company protest was in from the Bbeneter I
... ke ..
to die, and a son riding for life, IS h..t. 1
The board Remarkable Record. school ,
thereupon adjourned until against .
Chamb rIaln's miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery Cleveland, 0., and Mr. R. P. Oxley, taking sections ...... per.1 f>
Cough Remedy hasa
24. 25; and 36 of
i Fearful Odds Against Him. remarkable<'ord. It has t*ea in for consumption, coughs; and colds,,Yo their Florida representative! are township 12. .. .......u.. ? .

u.e for over thirty j ears, during which H. Brown, of Leesville. Ind., endured guests of the Ocala House. Sir. Davisis range 19. After considering this protest .
Bedridden alone and destitute. M. pr" af
time many million bottles have been agonies from asthma; but this won making his first visit to this section Flemington was granted the east i

I Such, in brief was the condition off sold and used. It has long been the derful medicine gave instant relief half $Mt rsslira., .. ? I
of of said sections 24 25 and 36.
an old soldier by the name cf 8. J. i standard and main reliance in the and soon cured him. He writes: "I state. Mr. Oxley: has been a Mr. u..psad uti.... s a.titdee .

f Havens, Versailles, O. For years he treatment of croup in thouands of now sleep soundly every night. Like frequent visitor to Ocala and has $ eEelllggt ,'.1" .. ., f

F was troubled with kidney disease and. homes: yet during this time no case I marvelous cures of consumption, many friends here.Bucklen's Croup. i.A i.1 f
} neither doctors or medicines gave him has ever been reported to the manu- bronchitis, coughs: colds and grip Usually; begins with a common MId
; Arnica Salve. New J44i4y &..." a t..1+ i
rvlief. At length he tried Electric facturers in which it failed to eSest: prove its matchless merit for all throat cold; there Is chilliness, sneezing,

t i Bitters. It put him on his feet in a cure. When given as soon as the and lung trouble. Guaranteed betties I Has world-wide fame for marvellouscures. sore throat, hot skin, quick pure M. T. ......, ..ut..i ..t ......
f short order and now he testifies, "I'm croupy cough appears, it will preventthe oOc. and 190. Trial bottles free lotiou! surpasses any other halve, boaraenefs and impeded respiration.Give "cur, F. J. Duly f>.t w 1u.rd I filii!

1. ou the road to complete attack. It ai ointment or balms: forjout; ; frequent small dues of
recovery. : pleasant to take Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and corus boils Bollard' wart kraut .: il e.epeoul
Best on earth for liver and kidney many children like it. It contains Tydings & Co. m sores, felons: ulcers tetter, Horehound Syrup, (the child will cry
salt rheum fever aM .ehla .. ..i.4
troubles and all forms of stouach and no opium or ether harmful' substanceand The next visit: to Ocala! of Dr. E. T. hands skin sores, chapped for it) and at the first sign of a croupy
eruptions infallible balm ... Muted .
bowel for t'
aU aFei'V.
complaints. t
Only oOc. Guar. be cough, apply
given frequently
may as confidently to a Allen, the eye and ear specialists piles. Cure Ballard's
an teed by Auti-Mouepoly Store to adult. For guaranteed. Only 25e. at Snow Liniment sill rll
Drug baby as an sale by all will be Thursday! Sept. 27, at the externally to the !
Anti-mopcly Drug Store and
and Tydings & ('0. m druggists and medicine dealers. m Montezuma hotel. & Co. Tydicgs throat. 50c. at Anti-Monopoly drug tow MI** to pwai**

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UU HS13ST2 tAU:. Local Editor ECHOES FROM An Ocalian Complimented. I I Buried Himself Head First. Florida Press Trip to New York. The lnd.ff. .* .ter. --

; -- C( MP JENNINGS. Mrs. F. F. Bingharu's residence, Information reached this city Saturday Secretary Appleyard, of the Florida To the Editor ol the Ocale! time '

APENABOUT TOWN. IO a East Cervantes, was the scene ofa of the most peculiar death of Press Association, has applied for Canada, as well u sire l'....

One of the Soldier Boys Cleverly lovely social function last evening Amos Green, a worthy colored man rail transportation to Fernandina and States, U! trout by tfc.* to*
II. A. (lreu i. in the 1
)U. city. Paragraphs a Few Happenings.The from to 6. A few of her own friends who conducts a farm in the vicinityof same will soon be forwarded to the different voter, aad U Uftog to

)it W. t). MaMtey U tiuteui plating Ocala boys were the first company and the old friends of her sister and Alachua. members who wish to go on the trip. devise a way to bring bin to I rile
ft trip" .10 Hft( Spring., Ark. to finish breaking camp and the guest. Mrs. Rogers: of Ocala, had been Green decided he wanted to eatsome Those going on the excursion to polls. At Otl111"&tbe ifomteto; Itb.M.

invited to meet Mrs Rogers and their and wentin New York will rendezvous at Duval ion committee ha diidr t to .-. i
gopher accordingly
(War Key ha* rttvuily established first to get down to train and put ,
new cousin, the bride, Mrs. Charles search of his This was on Hotel by the night of September 24, mend to the Houn a law witMtli.,
au ojitrr rauuimt factory.r equipments in car.. All of this in due game.
McKenzie Oerting, recently of Den Friday morning, and when he did so as to leave Jacksonville on the any qualified voter failing to Ml Ml.
toCapt. G. A. Nash, who knows a
( tSalliVMU returned yester- thing or two about these thinga.: ver. not return on the following day his I morning of September 25 for Fernac- ballot ball be deprived of to* riffct todolso f

day fn>ui a vUU tll Jacklto.uvi1l Oar line on "Governor's Day" was Though intended as an informal! good wife and family naturally became andina. at the next gt'Df'ral .(hclh .. >.i.

opportunity to meet the bride and alarmed, and, with a few neighbors All members will be entertained by one propose, boweverthetIs; b tAf
lr,1). W. I)avi. returned yesterday something tine and the company re-
renew acquaintance with the visitorthe instituted a search. After a the Fernandina board of trade, after I where the majority of the r...... .q
from a tu olU'. ,1.tUo New York and ceived cheer after cheer on review tall
arrangements were beautiful. couple of hours one of the searching which they will take steamer for 1 away from the poll at a !I.tvdeietMl ,
we passed Gov. Jennings -
The chief decorations the voters of that ..
141111 171
were potted points on Cumberland Hound, going
at the Windsor Hotel. party discovered the man's legs extending -

M lets, of Floral City, is visit Rye Private William Waldorf palms and ferns and exquisite cut I Iro from the ground, his body aboard the San Marco, the finest disfranchised forever aft.*, hdr

bi. brother, 31 r. 11. L. Ivey in ing even the bubll '- >trit"' l trNi h
lad Gres t'8. I and head being buried. With the steamer of the Mallory fleet, that ( ...
was heavily fined at court
eity. martial last The charming hostess, Mrs. Oerting shovel which Green had carried with night. who did record their votm. tawfe a
on5 day week for havingin
and Mrs. Rogers were in the receiving; Outsiders desiring to BO with the proposition would& be UutJi; ..t( M
him the earth was removed and
)Ire bbtdd, nf IWleview, who is his tent an empty bottle of'Strauss ,
line, while Mrs. H. W. Gibbs and press gang can have special rates at absurd. Yet that i lit ex wily to* wf
when he released from this bond- j
the jU..t of Mr. T. C. Hull we regret 76. Other charges against him made
Mrs C.J. Oerting assisted in enter. it discovered that hand hotel in New York, as well as on the that many persons<< ktill r'tw.ret to to. '
ID Urn quite III. his, case a most grievous one. age was cue
We taining the guests.! In the dining was tightly grasping a gopher's l leg at trip, by calling on the Mallory agents gard to women. The Cary tf Jl
were complimented by a visit
If vbftt }tr. YII U, true room Miss!! Ruby Oerting and Miss the bottom of the hole. in Jacksonville. women, we are told, are ledMwwl. i]
from Mrs. Chaille
Miami, also
tU, |1la\l U IIU the railroad com mis.rfoo. Mrs. Robert L Harper, of Jacksonville Anna Oerting presiding, dispensing It is suppose! that Green attempted I Those members of the association he surge: que ti Hi ; aM itolil <* ||

and Miss Kibbie DeVane. of delightful hospitality. to dig his game out of its abode, and desiring to go, who have not appliedfor majority of women wt.h to ..toipublicspiritwl obi

)lr. 8. A. :' 1 returned yester- Everybody was charmed with the when a sufficient quantity of arth rail transportation, can use what minority aims ... ...
Savannah all
of whom were former
dip frow Atlanta, where he went to residents of O ala.. bride, and her many old friends were had been extricated he had gone they have, and secure their boat 1 it must be forcibly debarred .w..i ...

pttrrhrw' horm- rod tuuka.Q4IW delighted to meet Mrs. Rogers and to after his headfirst,expecting to tickets ((24)) on arrival in Jacksonville.What ballot box.
Mr. P. V. Leavengood, of the Banner !
learn that the will probably remain that, exeiM< ptrt's'.
it and pull it out. The earth :
number of Oealiaus were came over to see us and his presence capture Can be Seen at Wauchula.
for two weeks longer.-Peusacola and the dential elections, the n>.>* 4r .f H 1
Mielrted at the Windsor Hotel, in camp was greatly enjoyed. i being soft, gave way, man Writing to the Xew York Packer
Press. men in United State do nail vase gyp
suffered the terrible of
f Jefc"UiUl, duriug the week. Port also took dinner with us and experience correspondent notes the following

pronounced "it all to the good." .But Miss Pope's Picnic-Danea For Miss being buried alive. It is supposed he things that can be seen at Wauchulain I erally. The persons! who N lt to iMft

t'l"U tft.*.rt, formerly clerk at the bad teen dead four hours.- I their ballots are a uilowrltj, nto.*Mf
he U still wondering where the chick. Ansley. twenty De Soto county:
01..16 U u**, 1 U lu Port T''mi>a sauipl- Gainesville Hun.Approaching. among men or "'OWe Bu4 wt f
en c ime from."Prosecuting. One of the large; affairs among the : Four crops can be raised here.
log a f&flO of phosphate rock for should the public-spirited HtetoMf
Attorney" Lancaster I younger set this week will be the Orange trees 50 years old can be seen
Ut Cull u. Pic'l Golf Season. among men be debarred Imiaume tf
ute-danee at which Miss .
bought Monday the entire block on I Sue .
here.A of the ,
the indifference n.aJwllg
Mr WiUUiu Iloeker. oC Ocala, Fla., West Bay between Main and Laura i Pope will entertain Tuesday evening We are in receipt of a letter from single grapefruit tree here netted

.be tin Utru liAe gut,' of Mrs. F. D. including dry goods, hardware, drugs, in compliment to Miss Lucile Ansley! Col. J. Hamilton Gillespie, of Sarasota the owner: in one season $l20. Only because we are not yet ttreawll

Tturtutitl, ou West Peachtree, has etc. The exact purchase price is not of Thomasville, who will be her guest Fla., a great lover of golf and There are 78,000 acres of homestead up to the point uf seeiinf liut rttlwfor

Ttterug4 tooif.-AlUuU Journal. known but aid to exceed fifteen mil. until Miss Pope leaves for Miss Ely's who has made a record on the links land in this county. the goose is sauce for I the priel.t.
We need at the ballot box .1 lie
lions. school in New York, October 1st. both in this country and in Scotland.He The population of De Sota county
)H..I' Tauipa. who civic virtue and puMic-pirtt Iran to..
Private Little "visited" the guardhouse A cold luncheon will be served at has recently contributed an articleentitled I has doubled since 1901.
Ui t ton iht icueU of the family of country has, let in (bo*) W MMI will
while iu camp. This visit was the club grounds, after which Jaiicin "Golf Pilgrims, which appears "- On one half acre in berries and
to taut, Mr*. \V. K. Zewabski for I possess these qualities-then* aftillM..
a matter of necessity and not one ? will begin at snout 8:30. There in the September number of tomatoes $600 have been made in a I
(tat put .ll .t't'lu, returned home I sands of such-and rn st tut tlwto, wMie
will he "Golf which is in New
of chop e. Little\ says he didn't an orchestra and fifty couplesou published single season. :

J""lenley, the tloor.-Atlanta, York City. We shall take pleasure in I manage to bring; tbeir ". ""' M
Journal.As .
mind theguard house much but objected De.Soto:: carried every citrus prize at
the polls along with thew.
)lr. WiUUiu liockrr has returned to the coufineuieut. Home I re-producing the article at aa early state ftir-aot only most oranges but
administrator of the M. E. Keep ALICE SIII.NE HLACKWI
ain't like di. he said. date. beet
frw EUabed.lo"u autl Long Grove, nothing ,
estate, I will sell at public\ outcry,
; K)., *b fv be IIM tteu fur dome time. Sergt. Ditto was ou the sick list Wednesday, September 30th, 1003, Col. Gillet-pie\ says in his letter, Wauchula is not a tourist resort but The turpentine opwratre| ......

t t Mf. llwktr .ud the baby will not re- Monday but fortunately it was only a without reserve, one of the best truckor "when your club gets into life againlet an orange shipping town seventy. Lion which convened iu Ji.. II'"

torn f"f resent' week temporary indispoastioii. He was small! stock farms .ever offered in me know and I shall drop in on tie mi lea southeast of Tampa. this week for ....nul djr a4.a'a-

t troubled wild auveslors.ft Marion county. you home day and see how you all Only 10,000) people in the county. Friday after the most IIUff. a4etl a.-rd-
pleasantIf -
very egt. Bell doetu't like chicken as This farm is located Ij miles west of play. Formally great cattle section. :No syndicate lug the a-.socialiou, : has ent .....
t +toUrUlurd ft few of her friendsWte We hope that we shall have this
well he did. Wonder land here.Another.
M formerly Mrlntosh, all cleared and well fenced, Mr. A. D. rormglnii was rrJM&ti .:

*-Uy .f'cu.u. There were I I why? consisting of one hundred and thirty.four very great pleasure frequently during president, Mr. J. A. Hedleswas. rrw

r !.. I.W.* and duji.kato wlu-it WaS the Robbery.
of first das coming SI"&son.Times.Union's
Capt. Nash was the right wan m acres i etary and Mr. H. A. M.K.......
May'd, Mir Run lira wiuuim; tin laud, nearly all in cultivation, fourteen Yesterday we chronicled the fact of
the ruht place aud if you should I I treasurer. Messrs A. D. tla.ltihtttr
tfi *. Auta.roll>flu.louof tile l jJI4 hued acres iu grove with pretty Nir Contest. : a !surak thief entering the residenceof
look till over the camp you could not I W. J. Hillman. W. W. TtMNM*, J.
ot fruit twelve in budded
Isbtu.ats M'rvt'd. crop acres Mr. T. E. Biggs and taking there-
r t Nrr11 fiud a more popular, capable or de. Orange and two acres in bud led The count of the ballots, tenth week 'W. Callahan, H. \. MeH+*..*, W.
: I II' from Mrs. Biggs' watch.

I' ,*.| X, lUioo, the public plrit- i it4.Ui..fuf t erviiigoflictr. He i3 be man with Grape Fruit in good condition ,acd i of the contest, for the world's fair Lust night!, a thief entered the residence !! H. Conoly, A.I', Miley aa/ .. :!.

l'r111.1: River, with hi. the gtnxU on him and we are proudof one of the prettiest groves in the commissioner and assistants, shows Hall were ekctw.t ton tbcommittee. elllnllfJ
county. Good modern five room I of Mr. H. G. Haycraft. about
tiaUf.Uat UthU Spring, (Ir., andrays the gallant: captain. the following le-u't' : due ilei *n*..* INSI
; frame residence plastered and eeiledinside nine o'clock and stole from an up-
Private Jress is said to be_ th j only Middle and Wp.t Florida-Miss Ocala and vUiuity, who atLteietlthe
ittrt the ouly thing to complete ; !good well and cistern ; one stairs room :30 in money and a revolver. all returnedSaturday. Sae.Ii
.: hU tuvlurM i. the OcaU Daily luau iu camp who returned with more large barn; one large packing house, Mamie Randali, nf Sampolo, .first .

Stuart. money than! he carried up with him. and three good: tenant houses, all in with 7,167; Mir ;McQueen, of Several other robbrits have taken:

That show is!saving them some. good repair. i Tallahassee h.1'mll.l with 4,966. Warning to Florida Politician
nw,. U nothing docile about Saul This property will be sold to settleup place in Ocala recently and as yet
A. was supplied with excellent The post master at l'art..ft'.f.
Company West C."stI i ins Agnes Hoger; of "
IM"- lie dlJn't turu his "left the estate, and a better property there is no clue to the marauder.
the we've ever tasted .' i s a brave man. H. tM+k Iat
test St. Petf "UiX', first, with 7 410 Miss .
would be hard to find in the state ;
tl>kR" lo the (.'artcTiville i>ostruasl ; I
anyone using this pecbliarly delicious location almost perfect. The G. & G. Sara Y. HHITM, of O'".l., second, Wanted to Buy. Tones on his jaw, which Bk. Samsa.
+f. lit returned "blow for Mow.nUr.I
kiud of bait refuses all others. i railroad divides the place and a station with, 6 Spy A second hand violin in good con- sou's hair, ilt i famous for bill .r.M. .
the"uilll" Mid have been
U to
Col. C. L. Bittiuger, of the Star, right at the center of the property. East Ci"t-Viss LillHu Thomas, dition. Address P. O. B. 463. IwdS600 Some Florida politirUn, with it"u for onlookers. I Hale will be made at the resideuceiat; I ....
much looseness and I..t... AteaiM ra/
visited l us Tuesday and complimented of Jacksouvii! tiN, with ij.SOG; Miss:; ,
at 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms! cash. I Fruit On Cne Town Lot.

I Tht .'.'h'lof I0e |Ilt'lnui politicians j theooysoutheir clean quarters: and W. E. ALE, Edith G. Pj-e, of Jek. uuville, second, Ft. Myers, FU-Mrs. L. G. Thorp mouth, might take wimiM .* 1M p1

I \HlI street. Thinks, "Colonel." i Times Union. are likely to get struck ta ... ee
Administrator. with38,930.
J. tMFAtit lo b. .|>|t' 4r.i f>tr 14t le>ist Hbtio. j i kept i has disposed of her grapefruit crop.for

.this O of the beautifulbirlebtof The "chaplain" was sadly missed locality some tine d y.Iheiruefcers .
i I I of the I A Pleasant Whist Party. \ Bowling Party Last Night.
lb. F.MCiuftt -t ..etltm was, during the latter days tueatup-
i I I I several trees for her own u-e. The duu lint KM* 011II
i Miss I Sue Anderson
ugly turued _IMI) the hhrw 'llof I melt and we regret to say. that iLor-: Friday evening The voting:: gentlemen and young
fruit from about forty trees was
of her and i young are preparing to put lu a grit aee.ain .
f 4l Werrbie daiui t') thatr !! ally Biieakiog, the company almost entertained twenty boy ladies of ihf oMer society set had avery
rwe- : involved in the deal. It was grownon ..
tomato pfoat .
the egg;( iM'J' A,1
friends most pleasantly at
I to tim bad. Why, one man: girl animate and spirited howling!
[ r (ekY. I Ii went I small town lot.Mewrs. .
home of her Dr. aud Mrs. : one for the winter crop Hnity M. ...clet
) gently swore on the east end of party last night. )li"01"inlet Harris
It t: IAfIi ., of Floral City, I has made it pttmtibiv tar weir a
l. ahr hot wraal l uHtuthi worked in "llibe" street Tuesday morning at William Anderson ou Fort King making the best were on the part of Metfert and Taylor say
poor man to g'J down lu teat errestry .
I Williams' barber nine thirty and shocked that entire avenue. j the ladies )Ir. W. F. Wheeler ou there is no blarney about their immediate
tdiy at )1r. tiro. and make big: HHM O( teat a
Miss Anderson is eord tat ;' minify
: a
very erection of ice
an factory on
F lop. was rw..ily marrinl to Mrs. end of the quarters. i the partof the gentlemen.The comfortable fortune lu ere ...........
husttss and until eleven o'clock her their property lu this city at the junco
AJ Mr. Corporal "Little Willie" was pre- following Composed he party:
i H.udrla at Clearwater.
whom, the Record to pleaed
friends played progressive whist, and I i of the A. C. L. aud S. A L. aruong
tion ,
e1e4 Mr. Tutke are how reoidiug at I i seuteJ with an elegant and serviceable Mis* Platt, Miss Gary, Miss Little, to note, are many former ,...W.Ma"
the At
n.'U'.f. I meerchauiu pipe, the !gift of thoroughly enjoyed games. I I Miss Weathers, Miss Taylor, :Mrs Sara railways.! These gentlemen carry a
Vo'uaja' IV Lund l HW I.
' -- ,I j loving frieiids. Intrinsic value, that hour refreshments consisting of I Harris, Ml s Barco Mr. Daniels Vr. talisman into their business enter-

: II.... (I. J, stroller a member of ] sherbert and cake
, I ice cream, : wtre which turns everything they
I Ij I eighteen cents. I f Helveston, Mr. Weathers, Mr.Taylor, priaes Feet Swollen to Immeaie Sin

j Ik* Ut IrgUUtur from Marion Cuu'.I'I Bobbie Millar said something while I served on the card tables. i Mr. Ford, Mr. Je ttt1r.. Anderson, (rich into gold. Ocala U fortunate in "I had kidney trouble to hit tat

tj, -u lu ib" elty Tuesday a gu The prizes, !silver stick pins, were I having two such promoters.Mr. .
iu camp. Rumor has it that he uttered Mr. WbeE'lerand Mr. and Mrs. Frank : I could not worr.sny J. J. ( wx. ",f
1 Kim W It. I.)rtii9ti.. )(r. Stozier i Miss Louise Scott and I
, captured bY :
II' lvaIsonIf View fe.i
I fourteen words Tuesday.The John W. Sylvester: who is the Valley Ky., "my WPM
au Gyre 'lo..kiu the ground with
over Fatten
< John Hyman.
bojs greatly enjoyed\ nice : I swollen to immense size .sl I was
i popular manager of the Marion
a fltw to e.t.bll hiug r wnolesalel I I -- Lawn Party.
of seven miles to confined to my be.l and bY..aM
little tourist jaunt
What is Life. I I Opera House, fans been appointed
j Ilbw4g bu.lur.1.. "Such a cocceru I range last week where we Next Thursday afternoon Sept. 24, I i were uua'.le to give rue any fP...' _
target knows of the Ocala Driving Park
< In the last analysis nobody manager
-..". ,lundmirurly in Live Oak. I I' the evening very pleasantly: | Mrs. W. D. Graham will give lawn My doctor finally pru rltiH ....., ', i :1
I. pent but we do Know that it is under strict Association Iud he will make eztror-
U.k ('re.tMut. I entertained by the music of I party at her home in the first ward Kidney Cure which mate: a well teen 1
being law. Abuse that law even slightly dinary ef!v.-. tg> have special attractions

Alice -1.uU. Jrtrrdr woo wa the mosquitoes and other harmless little (Lain results. Irregular living means I for the benefit of the Methodist ther. ii-! .>(,ming; winter audit of me." Postoffice Drug ;tUfIn ji

ra''*e expected that the In Texas I there arral),iui D'ffll"'.r. joftheMettolist

.t Ito (VaU High tk-b'-ol the past trip aud will Dent be for in coas'.ipalion, headache or liver to all to be present on the oc I'.i >':\fl( will be popularand : Conrch S uth, 7M i

: kfk. a od who won the bchoUribipty I I gotten.A trouble. Dr. King's Sew Life Pills casion. Wtll patronized the coming pastors and church building scattered J

i. .. t> ty UiiaUlh college, North I very int\'rt'lItiugJtb took place quickly readjusts, this. It is gentle, Big Day Sept. 28th. winter. all over the state, "like tents upon i

(ari lion, left )terday to begin her ou "Babe" street Saturday. The subject yet thorough. Only 25e. at AntiMonopoly Ocala is booked for a big day on Tin-re i- Ill!! in Florida state poll- the field of encampment. Surely '

I hlltreat that iltuiion. Misj JefU wa: Resolved, That Camp Jennings Store and Tydings 1.Co.. m the 28. ti.. Pei h,us those pepper, boxes are Texas Methodism i ought to be, and U ;

""' a bright ntuJvut and we pre U nearer Savannah than Jack FOUYSHONEY> Besides the usual attractions\ there merely being reloaded for another a mighty power for 'preldlof: the :

; din Ul ,h. will! U a* ucorul atmerge bonville.fourth The round.affirmative won easily Curt* Coltfsi Prevents Pocuawla will be an automobile race. explosion.! priniplebof! httQulnn'e! and truth. i"s }

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the Editor of the Ocala Banner. We had call
In their speeches at Tampa the Fairness is claimed as one of the a pleasant yesterdayfrom

F3AJJ2 HASSIS, Siltsr. Labor Day orators plucked many I notice that the esteemed editor of cardinal virtues of the Ocala Banner. "Plain! John Smilh"and a pleasant

V. Leavers, Bsshess Uaiier. flowers and piled them as a tribute at the Pensacola Press says! that tbe It, therefore, feels in duty bound to chat ensued. Like the running; Ln I4IK. the,

------ -- ------ the feet of John Mitchell now the Standard Oil company has never print Major Thomas' communication "Eight chickens," he said, "his old' red blood that rlou] throuy'i

most conspicuous leader of organized lowered the priced of oils but on tbe (notwithstanding its length) in replyto ledger showed that tbe farmer was the stalls hat: > come tr ''*\

labor in the United States. contrary, were it not for the standardOil Mrs. Brake's letter, which wad first compelled to exchange for one gallonof somewhere.The .

w_ John Mitchell has ftoirlwon and company the price of kerosene oil printed in the Atlanta News and oil in 1567-now, he obtains sixteen: springs of red blood Am

; is entitled to all the flowers that are would be only five cent per gallon. afterwards in this paper. gallons; exchange, or 16 to 1." found in the soft core it the

generously embanked around him. But a friend at my elbow informsme Seized with a boyish desire to make "Syrup," he continued, "broughtone bones called the marrow and

What U the secret of this man' that the editor of the Pens-aeola his own way in.the world Mr dollar per gallon, corn $5<) per come say red blood alb come

i power? Press is not noted for his: accuracy of Brake's sixteen year old son ran away bushel and cotton ?1 per pound." from the spleen. Healthy bone

Who believed that if John Mitchellwere statement from a military school and came to "Notwithstanding the high price marrow and healthy splcta

\ l seized with a lust! for office he (Vide his attempt to exculpate General Florida, having been lured here, no y?u were compelled to pay! ," "Plain are full of fat.Scott's .

would still hold his place in the esteem Miles and fix tbe shine of iron- doubt, by the many rosy colored accounts John" remarked, "for one load of cot Emulsion makes new

MOTTO AT: THE THE BANNER TOP WELL, BELIEVINGTHOSE ABLE TOT..XE and affection of the laboring peopleof ing Jefferson Davis upon Secretary of it he had read in the news ton, all that two horses could -comfortably blood by feeding the ixne

CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS I the world'A Stanton when the records were entirely papers.In pull, you could carry back to marrow and the spleen with

TAKEN ITS STAID IN THE BARRICADES the other way. the on home a whole load of the richest of all fats the
WITH TilE- COMMON PEOPLE few years ago one Terrence V. tramping across country your wagon pure

AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Powderly occupied the place in the As I write there lies: before me an foot it is reasonable to believe that the store bought goods". i, cod liver oil.

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE old store ledger of the year 1S67-two thought he would "Not he said dolefully. For pale school and
BOTTOM, affections of the laboring people that boy see many so now, girls

John Mitchell does today. years after the close of the civil war- snakes and alligators, so finding an 'If paid in silver dollars for a wag invalids and for all whole

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS 1903. Where U Powderly today and whais and a quotation from its pages of the iron tap he put the missile in his on load of cotton today at lat year's blood is thin and pale Scott'
the secret of hilt fall? retail prices of that year may be in- pocket ait a weapon of defence. : prices, you wouldn't receive enough Emulsion is a pleasant and rich

And Mr. Stockton thinks the news- He was seized with a lust for office Urea ting. In Waldo the lad was taken up as a dollars to make a respectable jingle." blood food. It not only feeds

papers in Florida are all subsidized. and securing the coveted prize, immediately The following are samples: vagrant as he was without "visible "In the days immediately following the blood-making organs but

John once owned- newspaper bim.el lost the respect and confidence Todd and Bates, to 1 gallon linseed means of support," and the officer arresting the civil war" "Plain John" said, gives them strength to do

(. of the laboring people of the oil, $3.00, 1 gallon kerosene oil, $00. : him, finding this iron tap in "there was no account taken of cotton their proper work.Send .

P. L. Durisoe, 1 bushel salt, :00 his pocket preferred the seed which has become almost for free Mmyfe
Mr. Stockton U making the game United States. charge now
Dennis Addison 10 SCOTT & BOWS!!. Ch. f+b
charges against Mr. Taliaferro that John :Mitchell says to office, Get : pounds rice, {: against him of "carrying concealed more valuable than the staple iUelf." 4 M<5 Pearl Strert.juc. jfew t*t,
J. J. Clark 1 can 50c.Mrs. .and f 1.00: all drnggub
Senator Call made against Mr. :Stock. thee behind me, e&tan," and for this oysters, weapons" and upon that charge bo Soliliquizing and philosophizing, ---
N.3. Wallace 1 flannel SOc
ton in his last pamphlet. exhibition of courage holds a deep yd was sentenced to sixty days imprisonment "Plain John" remarked that "when a AGRICULTURAL MARION,
I spool cotton 12 l-2c.
and loyal spot in the hearts of laboring in the county convict camp. man gels something for what he sells,
Who would have ever thought that Newton Clinch 1 plug tobacco oOc.
people :ildn Workingmen's This part of the statement made by he feels like 'something's doing' and How many people in Manoo MM
would sell at public auction fore S. Agnew & Co. 1 Ib. snub SOe.
cows ; ,
Association. the boy's mother is not denied by is encouraged to go on, but when he ty not directly Interested know tfcat
higher than horses? We are Clara Bryant, 3 yds. calico 75c.
money ,
When a man says to the world that Mayor Thom gets 'measly! nothing' for the laborof this county will ship tbe maio? M*.

undergoing an evolution.No he has consecrated himself( to the uplifting Ocala House, 1 bt>l. flour, $-J); 10 Ibs. Is carrying an iron tap concealed a his brawn and brain for a whole eon between 75t
rice, ?:; 10 Ih::!, coffee, $4.00; :t) Ibs.
of humanity and immediately! ... crime in Alacbua county? year, he grows sick at heart." oranzes?

dog was ever known todivide scents office, begins shaking hands sugar, 50; S chickens,$00. And are tbe officer, who arrested We are led to aSK: How many realize the fall ..aBi f
LU bone with another dA d the J. A.
s human: animal is very much like the with the laboring man, sings praises 375. Remley, boom shirr, this boy, and the judge who sentenced Why did everything sell for such of tbe statements made by Mr. tiller ,

to the horny handed son of toil, flatters him, still holding commissions in almost fabulous prices immediatelyafter kill in the Times-Union that ia thh =
dog and his bone. A maa: generally P. L Durisoe is given credit for 375
the farmer's wife and fondled the Alachua county? the civil war? county i* owned and operated else
holds en to what he's got. ears corn at :c
per ear.
babies, the spectacle is not at all inspiring If so, what'a to he said of those There is but one answer.It improved farm machinery tfcn Many
It will be from the
seen above -
I Even if it should make some of the and the people have no confidence quotations splendid encomiums that have bene was because there was an abundant other county in the It&t-f' 1\
that a farmer bad
candidates for office happy, and stop in this man'a sincerity. to eschaugeeight so freely given the administration of currency. How many people l und rstB4 tb. a1i

many slanderous tongues, we would Those who truly sympathize with chickens for one gallon of oil. Governor Jennings. Will they not People hadn't gone crazy then about full significance of tbe ppivadid. Mir *y.

I not advise Mr. Flakier to pull up hi* labor are the John Mitchells, the He can now exchange one chickenfor have to be withdrawn? the "resumption of specie pay- sale of fine cattle on 1 edaeetry! cHow
two gallons.
railroad, destroy his hotels and stop Adam Smiths, the Henry Georges, At the time young Brake was whipped ments," and the "demonetization of many: people, eepeeiailr ta ..
But it doesn't make
his work of development. who devoted their whole lives i ia any difference Mr. Thomas says that Mr. Cal- silver." People were not worrying Ocala, understand that tine air WM1 ":

smoothing the pathway of labor and whether prices have been raised or llson was spending a few weeks visiting aboutlhe "gold standard." prosperity of the county W to trueia 1
From all who attended the Ocala lowered.
My point is this Are the
lifting the thoughts and aspirations o f : relative in Illinois and that the What a country needs to become greater proportion to that of tw e q,

sale of blooded stock we hear only laboring men to great and noble consumers and producers of a country whipping was only lightly adminis prosperous and continue prosperous is with which we are ju4iy .. .. ,:
commendation for the Cbainblis cat benefitta by high prices or low
ideal and not the men who announce tered. money-gold money, silver money, pleased? 'i,
tle. Floridiana who shouldnot prices?
approve for office and immediately a-e loud In The heart broken mother says" that paper money, and every other form And that the i increa In _.. d ,
forget that such work be If the Standard Oil has
their love for the laboring man and company the boy wa whipped twice and his of money that has the credit of the firmland baa kept tj8al paw w. J
duplicated almost indefinitely with- increaed the price of oil and the
as soon as defeated their tongues become back was so lacerated that the shirts government behind it. increase in value of tow plop ItJ"? "
out crowding the market.TimesUnion. steel trust the of steel and the .
ilent and we bear of them no price and sheets stuck to the bleeding sores Money wants to be so abundant to These are some of the ezbatig 11aMt

more forever. cotton combine the price of cotton and when placed in his coffin the maKe it impossible for any man or that will be shown to our on pepI.
Almost fifty after the close of and the watermelon, cantaloupe and
3 ears lashes and bruises were plainly visible for any number of men to corner it. as well<* to the outside worM r the
the civil war the federal guvcrnmenl TWEEDLEDEE AND TWEEDLEDUM.To strawberry "pool"' the price of paid his industrial
upon body. With the riches and resources of special dittos W Ye
had more names on its rolls articles, and the turpentine association
pension When Mr. Callison Ocala Banner.
F returned from this country and the genius of its peo- ,,

than the confederate government bad the Editor!; of the Cala Banner the price of turpentine, etc., is it his visit to Illinois and found that the ple it can do nothing but prosper( if

i soldiers in the field during the hurtful or helpful to the as a Just a Little Strenyexs. *:
whole country
The Tampa Herald, the Levy County boy, notwithstanding h* was eick its money is abundant. i'

j four yean of the stupendous :struggles. Democrat, the Belleview NewsLetter whole and unable to perform the labor required But, cut otf the money supply, restrict Editor Hanson, of the &a........S !'

It would lake volumes to pay the Madison Recorder and Must we fight for higher prices or of him, had been twice whipped the circulating medium and, Herald, in a forceful editorial. w .

greater tribute to the southern olditr. some other newspapers, openly assert lower prices did he have the brute who didtht' like tapping the flow of sap to a tree, Punta Gorda picnic, nays )W Mwbt ". ..,

1 If we get high prices: for what we is time now for a firm sad tlrrW..
that Mr. Robert W. Davis is the
Hearst Will Visit Flond. corporation whipping, lynched or punishedin the leaves must fall and the branches t

Advices have been received here candidate for governor of sell should we be willing to pay high any other way? wither and die. protest against the poiftfea! R etbuethatare !**.

Florida and ia backed the prices for what we buy? We now coming ialo tfolliie..
that Willie Rundalph Hearst, the New by Flaglerand are sorry that Mr. Thomas is The life blood of :a nation, under
other PLAIN JOHX: SSIITH.Brjin silent this the state at the present time ft fe
York-Chicagu- ati-Fraaeiseo editor corporation interest on point. present conditions, is its circulating

These make identicallythe and tilt RIco Problem. Mr. Thomas seems to make conceded by all wise aDd pt".. : _
1 and erst*bile i-aadidato for nomina- newspapers : a point medium and its restriction means ,:

tion on the Democratic ticket for same charges against Mr. Davis Mr. Bryan, behind his newspaper, that the young lad's father was a squalor, sudering and want. men that the frequency of eisr $ 1

( President will visit Florida this winter that Mr. Stockton is making againstMr. : the Commoner continues to worry whiskey dealer and had whiskey Cotton may be abundant and all is detrimental to the state. If tftsl .i 11\-

' I and spend some weeks the latter part Taliaferro.Yet the adminstration organs. chipped to him in Mr. CallUon's name, other articles of production in field is true, then how mueto m ft M H '

of January and the first of February I find a great many other The following conclusions: on the while watching at the bedside of his and chop, on sea and land, but if the true tbat constant carnpaigi sat

at east coast resorts, making a short papers that are against Mr. Taliaferro race problem are particularly worrying dying son. money supply becomes scarce panic electioneering scheme prt'fll" 7

i stay en route iu Jacksonville. The because! of these charges, are loud in to the Chicago Record-Herald: Has the temperance sentiment and ruin must ensue. upon the people so long b 4br a nqp. 1

various Hearst clubs in this state will their support of Mr. Davis. The suffrage amendments in the reached that stage of fanaticism in lar campaign can be otlt'fkld aetl t1s ;
Alachua county that whiskey dealer
doubtlea plan a reception in his honor How is that. ? south, so much complained of by republican has OCALA'S FINE CATTLE. constant agitation of peA ,....... ,
no rights that the law is bound to
while he is here.-Times Union. Does it go tor the saying that the politicians, are not nearly so respect and that the sins of the father i (for in the gubernatorial art awn' r

-- - Tampa Herald, the Levy County severe as the republican colonial are mercilessly visited upon the innocent I There was a time when it was supposed torial scramble, as at phneat yaiK

---. Democrat, the Belleview News-Letter policy in the Philippines. children? that the razorback hog and the on in this state, there w aetbtag ....

: and the Madison Recorder, are unworthy "1. In every southern state some of poorest breeds of cattle and stock considered), is a meaaee to gaed .... _
;JAI When the Other Ox is Gored.
of belief and that :Mr. Stock- tbe negroes: can vote now, and all were the only kind that would thrivein ernment and to the d.lMt of Ib*

I ia ton is to be believed implicitly? others can qualify themselves for the What a difference it makes whoseox Florida. This was not because wishes of the gfii.l prbbe:"'_
r 1. i sutfrage. In the Philippines the inhabitants is gored Armour is a bad man-
: As to the official record of the two such was really the case, but becausethe I Tropical Sun.Thoneanda .
J I are permanently disgust he puts up the price of meat. Rockefeller ,
',. '\ men along auN-trust and anti-corpo ed. people bad not given their attention -
-'" :. puts up the price of oil, and he
ration lines surely Mr. Taliaferro's is The negroes in the south, even to the finer breeds. Have Kidney TvwMe

: A FALSE FACE I as clean as Mr. Davis'. when they cannot vote, have the pro is another bad man. Mr.IW.P.Brown| The big cattle sale in Ocala day before and Don't Know it.
tection of federal sad of New Orleans, puts up the price of
state constitu-
yesterday shows that this idea
Before Mr. Davis was congressman : no How To TIM Out.
When dyspepsia fastens on a man it tions. The Filipino has no constitutional cotton, and he is a good man ; he i Fill a bottle: \
longer prevails. The finest cattle cr eommo
pMm wok
changes his tellings and it charges: his he was counsel for the Plant System, yeW F
protection. all right. But up in New Englandthey waer and let it stand t.eit flour lpura a
loots He frowns now instead of smil- were on the block and iron ''
so his ante-official record is not "3. The put .
so negroes in the south live s.dwtettt :or Mi
.. ing. Hu expression is harsh instead of don't have such }
kmdiy. He is wearing a false face-a good as Mr. TalUftrro's along the under the laws that the white man a high opinionof o'clock until night bidders "'t'reII 4) ::;:;::;r thne mubeeta ,aonr g

face which does injustice to the real same hue. makes for bimo lf. The Filipino I lives Mr. Brown as we _do. They look eager to buy. During the afternoon, .4 '
nobility of his nature. under laws that we make for him upon him much as we do on Armour II :\ 'f-1M ash
Dr. iSerce's Golden Medical Discovery So why are the newspapers that are ten thousand dollars iu cash was Ii u ttaat >
and would not live under ourselves. and Rockefeller nsal'Oll Xew .. your oevidesc
cures dyspepsia and other diseases o'f for
swapped ten thousand dollars
stomach so blatantly denouncing Mr. Talia. ---- ---- i Jf a.3a -
the and allied .
organs of diges- The "
Ocala Sub. worth of blooded cattle.
tion and nutrition and the record of the ferro because of his corporation pro- t'I f treub.e toe
cure 1 is written both in the face and the The Record wants, in i its brief report When Gambling is Not Gambling, Scrub stock and cattle may be allowed \t./ ,t! hegapt alas Ie
clivities, hugging Mr. Davis closely _' .
fwhngs of the person cured so today to aord In Aunt Jane-They tell me you took to run wild, but if anyl care i is .--- ..-j it or pvr ia
say commendation the tt.ak ...
"Golden bosoms u
Medical Discovery is not to their ?
a fitty dollars of Mr Young' taken of them at all it costs as muchto canvncirf prod that the I
stimulant or temporary tonic. It cures of the Ocala !sub. >o sub had > money at dMp v* t*+
Don't all answer at once, please. keep them as to keepjthe finest cerareo-.tuf order.
the diseases that are the cause of ill. a the card table last night. I did not
health and builds up the body with PLAIN BILL ((SOT: $\M\\ JOMS.: larger or more enthusiastic representation varieties, and does not give nearlY so There Wbat to D.
sound flebh.Accept at the know that you ever gambled.Nephew is comfort la h It kaowUlp N
convention, and much in return. Nothing: would be often expresses
no substitute for"Golden Medical The only objection we have. seen President Lang and all the members -That wasn't gambling, of more value to the date than the Root tne peat kidney Dr. K: mer I Scant'.
Disrovery.The sole motive for remedy fulfill i iwia .,1.
substitution is to enable the dealer to urged against General Bullock from deserve great credit for the mag- auntie. Young was quite elated at general introduction of fine variti w ewisf rheunwusn pus m iM
make the little more profit the nificent showing they made.-Jacksonville of stock and cattle. Florida bugs lu r.eys. liver bolas anti eras put
paid on entering the gubernatorial race is his the hand he held, and I bet with him ought to cf the
sale of less urinary F"" It
meritorious medicines. Industrial Record. become ? COrNCIIlM allJ
Last spring. early, 1 wrote you my feelingsand age. The General is: in his! 75th year. merely to give him a lesson not to one the greatest dairy to iVe' and &J* eP-"i par .R
rond.uon,' sale Mr. A. J.Vanderwater,of The Atlanta Journal is persistentin trust too much states of the Union, and {the interest ft.. cr tad effects foilowu-.f lilt )1 par,
6-3 Wtl Divbioa street, Chicago 11...l and you Yet a current issue of the Times- to appearances. taken in the sale: of fineNeattieat; Wine or leer: uj Overtimes that wtpleiiiaM

Jviactl and to take then Or wnle Pierce'bow Gotten I telL Medical I am Union says that Judge P. W. White its school boy performances to be Aunt Jane-Ob, that vas it, was it? Ocala shows a tendency in that necessity cf being camptiM tw (0 oAM .
hWy to say 1 am gettunz to eel fine. In all I funny at the expense of Mr. dunng the day sad to get up tn6O tUMt
have taken six bottles of the 'Di coctry' and. at S3 is spry, hale and hearty, and Bryan.It I thought you wouldn't be so wickedas direction.Times-Union. during the ngt.? The mild and the
four live vial of cans
or the little
Pellets. Thebave
done me worlds of good. AU m) fhendy Hon. George F. Hoar, in the September expects everybody to laugh at the. to gamble.-Boston Transcript. Doctors Could Not Help Her. ordinary effect cf S"'ampKoot m sooa
: ''VtnJerwater bow ten you are looking' following: rea id. It stands the h'fbeaI for tu **
The methane haw made the great change lame Scribner, speaking of Chief Jus- I had kidney trouble for years," dsrful cures of the most 4ua
: from the ww mope of a man that could "There should be Hunting For the Devil. If nf CUM>
hardly crawl tired and sick all the tune could tics Lemuel Shaw, says that most of no surprise at the !. writes Mrs. Raymond ICon nor. of you nerd a rctiictae you :shoed MM 'M .tJ: .
t do no work to a man who can work, sleep eat earth's quaking out west. Hasn't W. With Rev. Sam Jones and Rev. LenG. Shelton, Wash., "and :the doctors best. Soil by l drugetata ,11 Sic. ant S, >..aa
aad fed one, and that his luminous
tired all opinions You
feeling were written have
t away. I am Tcry thankful that I wrote to gone Dr. J. Bryan announced that he will begin Brougtou hunting in pairs at Car- could not help me. ItneiJlFoley's may a S&.1tttie bottle -f tW
Pierce. Hu Golden Medical, Discovery' and after he had pa.vd.d his eightieth speaking '' wcndcriul dixareiy F .-
year. soon.
his blue Uvef 'Pellets' have almost made anew I tersvlle the devil must certainly be Kidney Cure, and the veryjlfirst dose and a book that tells
; year*man.* ot: me. 1 fed young ai I did at thirty Really, considering his robustness of And yet tbe Journal seems gurprisel doing some unusual tall timbering to gave me relief and 1 am now cured. more about it,both seat .k-; ,'

l){. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse strength, mental and physical; General at the increase of dementia I cannot say too mueh for Foley's absolutely free by mail
remain undi"ered.Atlsnt3' Jour- address Dr.
tie bowels Kidney Cure. & irfu,trf
Bullock is Postoffice Dru
yet a | < Co.
young man. insanity and suicide. i Bioghuntoa. N
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OPPORTUNITY OF THE SOUTHERM Ocala! Soldiers at Jacksonville.The .
FLORIDA BOY. following notes of the Ocala

: Rifle* are taken from Tuesday morn OLD PEOPLE

1 ('ol. J. B. Kellebrew, a conspicuous ing's Times-Union. -

STORM writer along industrial lines, and who i Privates Brigance, Smoak, Adams Do not always receive the sympathy and attention which I t

t SWEPT. is tryluif to inspire our southern boy'awith and Dodson are on the !sick: list today they deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely J
imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their time of w
a noble ambition that
: says no Private Douglass Hopkinst the original life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associated :

people ever had BO many flattering "rookie," made a splendid recordon with old age. The eye of the gray haired grandsire 'G ;

, proopects placed before them the may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of
Great Damage to Shipping and OneTird young men of the south today.He guard duty last week and was his younger and more vigorous companions. I

complimented by Colonel BradshawOur : Good Blood h the aooret of healthy old age, for it regulates
! I briefly enumerates the follow. and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the I ,
of the "chaplain" Sergeant Pittman
Orange Crop Destroyed. lug: muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm; but when I
1. went home last week, to the intense this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain
Tbey occupy a land more fruitful
of the ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital resultingin ,
A destructive storm swept over the Southern part of the and with soils more versatile than regret entire company, who powers
premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly
tate Saturday. The velocity of the wind was sixty miles an I are found in any other civilized coun- niKs hiii religious instruction.The shows itself in an uker, sore, wart tumor or some other troublesome !

try. Its agriculture, therefore, should! Ocala Rifles are undergoing growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost _;

-., hour. Houses were unroofed and some blown from their foundations. be the mot fluurishing, and it has considerable change-m more constant, accompanied w'th poor digestion and cold extremities.S. 1

the capacity to feed five times thepresent ways S. S. being purely vegetable, is the safest and :
population In the south. than one. best Hood purifier for old people. It does net shock '

Miami and Tampa were the severest sufferers so far as heard 2. It baa a most healthful climate, We were complimented by a visit or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies.
without' but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
which the most fertile soils
Key West is supposed to have been from Mr. Joseph Burke and Miss Lillian stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily I
from. struck by a full force lose much of their value.
Burke, Jacksonville, yesterday, ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to ,

.: of the winds and it is feared has suffered severely though no tiding 3. Two of IU agricultural products, who also dined with us at dinner. Mr. improve a weak digestion and tone up the contra! If there is any hereditary '
cotton and tobacco, give employmentto taint or the remains of some disease in early life, S. S, S. i
have been received owing to the damage to the cables.It a_ larger number of persons than Burke was formerly a member of will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system. -

any other agricultural products grownin Company A, and the boys were gladto Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help
i is that
more than one third of the orange crop any other country. see him. I you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book oa blood

has been destroyed and many cattle have been killed. 4. The south has a coal field that and skin dijeases. Tttf SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. AtluU. 6*. '
It wax persistently rumored on I J
covers 47,000 square miles of workable i
coal, thus assuring the most inexhaustible "Babe" street yesterday that Corporal

THE supply of mineral fuel for Leavengood would study for the
all industrial and domestic
purposes j
ministry immediately upon leaving ji
5. The south bas large deposits of i jj i
Jennings. This how j
camp report,
Iron ore In nine of the fourteen statesof

every: known useful variety and In e\er, could not be verified. ,

Tu all and lngular the road overseers of Marion County. Florida-. 'I. very large quantities. Miss Lillian Thomas, the fair and Biliousness g

ON4dng: 6. With coal and iron ores In close candidate / Make 1
popular for world's fair
You. and each of you. are hereby notified that under and by virtue of the proximity, the south io able to compete i / Chronic invalids. ;
commissioner from Jacksonville
fMhtoua of chapter 5:36 ot the Laws of Florida, approved June 4. 1903.In with any portion of the world in very 11, Wbm CM Btv*la torpid and fnk to do KB vert, :

drat Marlon county "every able bodied male person over the age of eighteen the production of cheap iron and I kindly remembered the Ocala boys r ffjt the bite eaten the blood at a nrolen poi oG. Then rr

years and under the age of forty-five years who does not pay a tax fort steel, the products that measure most by sending them a couple of gallons of 71 otjoistytaoo, bUtouaMea, lACk headacfie, tcrert

p+ ri"*>*v of keeping in repair the public roads and bridges of the county accurately the degree of civilization delicious ice cream Saturday evening. '7/ cad ntWk. The only treatment Out gir the brer JIM \ JII j

skill U subject to and liable to work on the roads and bridges of the county which a country enjoys. The boys! greatly appreciate the re- II I I I Cbs right toot and tana Nature's wort to the right" \\ )'

for tier more than eight days in each year," with a proviso in section 12 of 7. The south, with iU mountain I car; \

chapter 4J38 of the Laws of Florida approved May 29. 1895, now in force, ranges and. great rainfall, is' supplied membrance. AMON'S VERPILlS I IJ.

tkat no person shall be compelled to work the road more than three days in not only with navigable streams, but "Little Willie" (Dodson) says he t 1

ode art except In case of storms and other casuality." The above mentioned the amount of water power can has lost eighteen ounces since coming ANoTONIG PELLETS l

wctlon provides that a residence of 30 days In the county makes all persons scarcely be estimated. Streams with to camp. Tt&{23 toocbM tba brer, and UM peiteu icca tt. /

above 4rtcrtUl liable to work on the roads as above stated." It also proM rapid flow and falls innumerable are

.I thAt all person who are liable to so work upon the public roads "may met with in Dearly every state. This Private Tucker, the professional, is
25 doeee for 9 dap COM 21 cents and em.
\ lff
I A it Um thcrvuf may pay the road overseer the sum of one ($1) dollar for each time be made, through the mediation Our mascot, Earl Lindsay, a all to tan he well before you Al5b tbem.&wDpIe .

jar b* ,. iulre4 to work, taking his receipt for the same. of electricity, to light our houses, when it to frM For tat at
good, especially comes gating
all deakre.
cook food drive
our our machinery,
:' fraction 10 of said chapter 4333 requires the overseers of said subdlvis-
coco-cola for the drill.
plow our Melds thresh our as boys on
loan. of the county "to summon In writing or in person at such times and in :I

arms number a* he may deem advisable all persons liable in his division well m act as messenger to convey Private Hopkins played in great
of all that interests
tidings humanity
fhl& at lent three days notice, except in cases of casualties and storms luck yesterday afternoon. She is a

"' sufficient of the time and at which said S. The K>utL has a practical mono-* one 4"" notice U place per- resident of Springfield.Our .
tot thai be required to work, and sash notice of it be in writing, may be poly of the phosphates of the world.
popular First Lieut. C. V. Roberts -
ewers bl leaving it wth a member of the family over twelve years of age at These exist in stratified deposits over POST OFFICE DHUG STORE OCALA FLA.r j
hundreds of niles in Tennessee is on the sick list, to the great
bU pUnt of r'*Idence. provided that no person shall be required to work ont
resides to cover a very large territory in regret of the entire Second .
pMic.. nuJ beyond the district in which he company.
Florida in unetratlfled beds. The
grctton 11 of chapter 4338 aforesaid: "required the road overseer of each Lieutenant Graham is in chargeof
recuperation of the soils of every .. ........H..............
itlh0Kbtdn of the county within ten days after each road working to file a the company, as Captain George A.
is in
country dependent, part, upon
OiIIift&llLt acant all persons summoned by him to work the roads in such this rich bounty of nature bestowed Sash returned! home Sunday. .... .

awldlrlsfua. who have without a legal or sufficient excuse failed or refused to .. .. ..
the south. WMeckingAdvertisingl
upon Adjutant-Ueneral Foster said yesterday
ubf wb summons or to do the work required of them which complaint
,. 9. The south has now the largestsupply !; while of
i; J&afl fct BHM before the Justice of the peace having jurisdiction of the dis-:: on tour inspection, Z
of hardwood timber the
....I (. which said default occurred, or before any other court or officer havJwMktkm in that Ocala had the best and cleanest
United State, and this should lay the ItPOy
t ... of the offense, and such justice court or officer shall cause street and most properly equipped y.
basis for the manufacture of numerous
bog fellah to be arrested brought before the proper court and legally
articles in which wood enters in individual quarters of any companyin
... add If convicted, each defaulter shall be fined not lags than three dol- !
whole or in part aa a material. the second regimentThe :
in the jail for not
l.ts her more than ten dollars or imprisonment county
of the 10. The great rivers which traversethe second band is the
IN& than U-a day nor more than thirty days in the discretion justiceof regiment

ewer for each offense, and If imprisoned: shall be subject to hard labor on south give a natural outlet to the finest and the Ocala boys are justly y
sea of a large proportion of its pro., .
under the direction of
of such imprisonment
M* public road for the time proud of It."Gigidier.
: ducts. The railway HUM have been
however that a failure by the over-
tfc* eev&ty mniUioners, provided, multiplied until there is scarcely Brindle" Grtss, recently *One drop of water does:;! not make the ocean :
within ten days shall not relieve any of-
: I are ef any road to file a complaint I
feikc vodt'l' this act from prosecution for the violation of this act all costs county in the south that may not imported from the Royal Hussars of W One: grain of sand will not make a shore .

tWWfetl IB such prosecution shall be paid to the county and taxed against have rail or river transportation. If London, England, is now high private : .
to these natural and acquired means ranks with A. One feather does not make a bird
&814 reeerrred of conUcted. rear Company
persons of transportation be added the isthmian
: One leap will not make a frog :
Exemptions canal which will be built in then The boys received a supply of

"AH maimed or disabled persons who shall procure certificates of such r future the south will be placed prunes yesterday. On the box was IT IS ALL THE REST- .

AuMftty from some licensed practicing physician of such disability per- I in touch with all the countries of the the following label "From the S

IOU.( unsound mind, and ministers In charge of a church shall be exempt earth, upon all of which it will levy American Rubber Newark .
Company, ,
town road duty under this act." "Also persons living within the corporate iU demands for its own enrichmentand .
S. J."
>Knfc of town are exempt" greatn s. .

Th wvrral road overseers of the county are hereby directed and re- 11. The educational advancement Owing to the rich food we are have I e S

** to execute the provisions of the above stated laws, by first making a of tbe !south is as rapid as one could ing Sergeant Ditto has gaint-d the .

Lt., U. name of all persons liable to road duty in their respective disk hope for under the circumstances.With eighteen ounces lost by Little! Willie. .

bfcM, aad nit thera for road duty as near as may be for work on the public a great load of black ignoranceto with in life and
!Someone swore yesterday that Ser And so it is most things r
so found to be liable to work the has been for the ;
r4 &*ar *t th* residence of such persons carry, it impossible
fwMfc roads, and at the earliest day practicable proceed to summon such southern people to do what they felt gean* Ballard's face i is for rent. It especially is it true that one advertisement Swill

not less than fifteen and proceed to be in order to develop has such a vacant look.
a*ea4eq a* they may deem necessary dis- necessary _h__ __ : not make you a successful advertiser. :
and bridges of their respective road the intellectual vigor of its peop't' -
UK sad repair the public roads great "Uncle Billy" Folks Ordained to the I
tIN .* rapidly alt practicable with the above class of labor until all have But everywhere there is a movement Ministry. Lay out a line of publicity and put it in. -1

.....A the full time required by the foregoing law. All moneys collected upwards along educational At the call of the Sew Hope Bap. .
will be paid Into the county should be manned f
above stated This movement
law as -
t-1. of the
pmWona I
tist church situated at Buck Pond, .
sates aJ paced to the credit of the county road fund.Urttrtwrrs and controlled by the southern pea

"III be paid their regular per diem for each day's work per- ple. Xo others have the knowledgeof Marion county, Florida a council I THE OCALA BANNER : J

..... Mtor the requirements of the tort'golnglaw, and instruction. local environments or know so consisting: of Rev. P. J. Reeves: pastor

well how to meet and overcome the of Oeklawaha Endue church, Rev B. !
defaultisles difficulties of such surroundings. : Vl Vl Vl That Will Pay Vl Vl Vl s
-? I. Hull, of the same church, Rev. D.

,. if fctton are liable to road duty under the provisions and requirements of the 1:. The southern white boys should L. Hendnck, of the Second: Baptist S Se ti

' IMT iw4rr which they are acting. feel proud that they carry in their church of Gretn: Cove Springs, J. B. i .. i
Commissioners of Hanoi County, veins the purest blood of the Anglo

I'Iwt4a By nfr at a regular of the Board session of of County said Board on the 7th day of September. 1903. Saxon race-a race that now dominated I McUeehee and J. C. Folks, of the I .i..slsisf I II

H. W, LONG Chairman. the world; a raca that accepts. New Hope church, and J. W. BUtch 1
-- victory with moderation and meets of the Morriston Baptist church, I I .

Good Example. temporary defeat with equanimity, the -
Monster.Cw Chambliss' called for purpose of examination .
as o-c' tike but in an overthrow of its purposes

bku4 t't' correspondent of Wednesday's: sale of not thoroughbred only a' suc- it has that mysterious enduring and and ordaining to the full work of of the the ", "11111111111f11111i1111111111i11111111i111f111111111i111iiI''' ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,111111L,,
Ocala was W. J. ,
at ,
the U.\'Utt' Sua tbu proves the cattle, I sustaining, power that makes even gospel ministry, -- --

Or.ntl Lake and cess financially i but it was also successful this a precursor of ultimate victory.The New Hope Baptist church, convenedand J:: W W CLYATT, Mgr. CHAs. V MILLER ::
Cw....lau t.t..u s
; in introducing blooded cattle southern negro is the highest organized by selecting D. C. Ken- -- -- I
Or- in various parts of Florida that were and most useful type of his race, and dricks, moderator, B. I. Hull, secre
E=; I1. tail, "MIl' 'rklii4 near reared in this state and immune from under the guidance of the southern \ Security Abstract Company |
"ttk heard tary. 1
'tll.I ra" ,I.y lad planter he Las become a mo-t important -
that frequently attack recently After thorough examination of -- -
diseases a !;
;. *Q '...*...1! IH W lu the water. Heal I factor in the commerce of the -- --
( imported stock. The interestshown I the said brother ou his Christian experience -
water world. -
., ou the -
,', and found wave" -
twf Wlill fctamling thereVulni in the sale was attested by tbe Sow, when all these resources are call to the ministry and When buying Real Estate why not know what you ;;
tlil5U|; from all part of the abstract of -
attendance are buying? Let us make you an
wondering considered and all these boundless. views of Bible doctrine, which proved
at the water and peninsula. Florida's stock of cattleare opportunities taken into account it :: title, thereby saying you future trouble =
wouiethiug of an improved and its progressas eutirely satisfactory, they proceeded and ::::
"Ut U
eouU rkUM being be easily seen what lies before r annovanee. -
out of the cattle growing state baa been accelerated may to the work of ordination Rev. B. 1.1 -.. --
WJOCBMKI die plunged up a the southern boy. They should pre. -

-,Ur. lu "rrer Hl all tire, ears by tbe sale.-St. Augustine I pare themselves to make use of all Hull preached the ordination sermon, -- -
ryes i Non-I ==
and Paid for esiderjts.
..... aa rtrt'b.ut, tall like a Mh and Record ____Tar is peculiarly these measureless lJ<' Sibilities. Are I Rev P. J. Reeves offered the prayer, :-: Taxes Returned --

be fifteen Fotey's Honey and they cognizant of the great duties Rev. D. L. Kendricks gave tbe charge -S- ---
U ad hk. dog; hooked to chronic Ithroat troubles -
I adapted for ; that await them? ;;
tIa8b and presented the Bible. Hand of SI Address -
tit Ufniy frt long. Mr. Call and will positively cure )ibronchitis, -ySECURITY'

'-- kMllefld that it 1.i weave kind of a hoarseness %ud bronchial aisetses. Lost or Stolen. fellowship and welcome to the candi- :: ABSTRACT COMPANY =
Po&tofflce Drug Two hound pups, black and tan, i council and the brethren 11
the substitutes. date by
... IUb aulUlal l that came up in Refuse m two and half months old; one fat the Benediction by the moder zz Ocala Florida. f3fjiilliliilitliilaliiiiilalliliiliiiiiiiiialiiliilliililii

W4trjroubd current from the ea. FOLEY5flONEi.oo other rather lean, naked spot on top present. B. I. HCLL, Sec'y. ?

: foLInIlONIYNDTAR >TARforchUdP' of 9 head.5 Return and W. set P. EDWARDS reward. ator.Juliette, Fla., Sept. 13, 1903. . .. \! \ \. .alillllluir

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Fight With Man Who Had Rof..e t: New York EncounterEast Volt r

GREAT FLORIDA} CALE !SUFFER GREAT LOSS Savannah! Oa Pay. Sept Fare 17.--After chard New York Sept Side 17.-Gang.Miciael Dcno ... FOR illWQD i

figit aboard a Seaboard Air Lias von, a et&ve-iore. was shot! !anUtkl! ; =I t r

Communication Si7 Hundred Slain In Fight train W. H-. Owens cf Tattoall: county John: A. Carroll; a un.rer. ;rrojib.J; The best known and most popular M',+d } u: "f
fcuctly i Cf a>-l. es-i f.:v< r'\.l l ct:(-r! '' -
was thrown o2 by Conductor W. oHicks and tonic on the market to-day is S. R S

Still Interrupt3ti With Insurgents w ere badly hurt luring a terc lii @ There is hardly a man, woman or child ia America AII! ,

Owens dew his pistol as he struc-t: early today between the pollc and asEast has not heard of "8. S. S. for the blood." It U a standard teased.

BUT IT 13 BEING RESTORED FORCE ALMOST ANNIHILATED the ground and while recumbent S-r&J Bld g&&< of toughs. a specific for all blood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic ** t

three! shots at the conductor, who ha: i banyan iras found dying io a B0w- appetizer. 3. S. S. guaranteed purely vegetable, the beiU sad tot.

No AdditlonaJ Deaths Are ReportedBut Were Going to Ktfief of Sultan When remained on the platform. Not one toe cry drag store by a pottcenian. OS of which it k composed are selected for their alterative and took prv- I

effect his deathbed' he refused to reveal the trties making it the ideal remedy for
ctlonr7i\ Sultan Narrowly ,
There Are Several I 8 Surprised by lnuga/its: -
Owens bad eiarted home from tor* came of his aseailact, saying that b< all blood acd skin diseases, as it not 7BOX

To Be Hard From Y:hot the Storrr Escapes Palling Into nera/< he had been drinking' He refused would ","a" him when he got oat d only purifies, enriches and invigor OO1ITORES8K.Alf LtV1110ITO.,

Waa ScvorocLJacksonville. Hands.iladrtd. grse nj a ticket or pay fare: cad wa.tth e hofipiaJ. An hour later te dted. ates the blood, but at the same time OF OE010I.L ..
PVMir men were arrerted, and, according the tired and gives I know of the lucemfol 1
nerves ..
up ,
17.--Prime dispatches put 8. B. s in many CAM It la U t
Fte, Sept. 17.-T>el& &eyL As or.Ow was firing Sier3!: .\. D to the police one of them is '")ton) strength and vigor to the entiresystem. blood r.mely on tb. mwla"-

graphic comiauiiicatloa bOOth of thl a from SIcroooo say that Den JUs:, commanding Smith, of Tattoall, and one car two 1lastmaa' They claim U 1* a iae tIng ,

dtr: width ban been demorallaed bj a detacfaneot of the Imperil passengers rushed him ead o'hls upon
trcojs and 6(/) men ware killed Catarrh Rheumatism Blood Poison -JOV. ALLEN D. CAWBLMLS.
the burrtcAna through the soatherc him. and th4 "Hcak EKtman png"the.t ,
recently la an engagement: with t;:e Malaria An mia Scrofula Eczema S. 8. ii rnpaset/V a _* I
and middle sections of this state, hai The ia The siiorlfl brought bin to 6avo. atartad the troubl) ta which po blood partner, and U e t." ...*e I
laswgenta. sultan to
been roftored as far south aa Pain: reported na.l.! where he was locked Bcemen wer shot at and for -which ta< Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Tatter, Acne ever us a J.
Reach on tie: eastern coast have narrowly escaped falling Into the up. reserves of three police stations, had tc and such other diseases as are due to a

pomm rnlcfUon has been reestablishei l hand of tha enemy.A CYCLONE HITS MOULTRtE. be called oat polluted or impoverished condition of the blood, nothing; acts o prompt: .
dispatch received by the Fr Ilobtore1gn and S. S. S. It counteracts and eradicates the --
la UM middle section of the state The police believe the troubl l start as f -
) office on Aug. 29 from Morrow and poisons ; cleanses the system of all unhealthy: accumulation: A.
wires the of Dave EercBteln -
an ei
M far south as Bartow, but Property Damaged But No bee oi over sheeting
sold Urn large >force "h1ch'Wij the to health. Write null) nhvwcian
a impenal Side soon restores patient us our w,3.
are sill down to points further southIt Life an East: ; keeper
the relief of tDs Reported. give case attention without
going to troops your prompt charge.
la yet impossible to learn of th< Houtrt! Ga., Sept 17.-A cydons some months ago. Several men wen
Damage which ia reported to have been commanded by the sultan Lad b en ; coming from the southwest struckMoultrto arreoted for the shooting: it the time THE OWIFT SPCCIfiG CO, ATLANTA, OH.
surprised end almost .onCsllaUiJ b
60 avers at Punta Rassa. tnsitt enta.OFFICEHOLDERS. ; i yesterday anG passing over th e but accused and accuser were eqnallj

There U BO communication south of northern part of the town, left destn- aon-oommittal, all saying that the, 'WWCome
Pont R&ssa. ReportS received here lion in its wake. would get square in their own way a-

lax night lUte that the entire townt ARE UNEASY. By a miracle there was no death o; r some future date. '

-d been destroyed but tt was.lmpo lerlous injury. to Our: Store

Bible to confirm the reporta. May B4 Shaking Up Among Them In Some of the losses SeoaxJBaptist I ALABAMA'LEGISLATURE.::.. .
are the : -------- -- -- - -
the State of Alabama.
No additional deaths from the storm church valued the 4
at $1,000
tare been reported oiay, but there: :Birmingham, Ala. Sept. 17.-Jose p!> Primitive Baptist church, valued; atSlO.IO i Senate Passes Vagrancy La--Practt.
0. Thompson, collector of Internal rev For Shoes
are several sections where the storm () : a negro church valued a1 wily Same as Georgia's. ,
emus for the district of Alabama and
vas which care been Montsoziary. Ala, 11.-'I1u .
severest not Sept
500) ; th* steam laundry, damageU --- --
Laird one of President Roosevelt's federal
from yet
senate today passed a substitute tot
1X000; pine products plant Damage!
It is believed cow that the first reports patronage referee io this state, nai f S.OOO-; a socre or more of small hou96f the house vagrancy oil which waJtha We have the best line of Cheap and )I..-i! ant

which were received from the Just gone to Oyster Bay upon Invitation were blown down and many were more same till passed by the house, Grade Shoes handled in Ocala, aid we ..;1.r-
idddla of the president who wishes to conferwith
section of the state, were gratly or leas uitn i a law amendment, and which liuzuerstjoi
exaggerated, and that the property him it is said, regarding Alabama dimag to he practically the Georgia antee every pair solid leather. .
Most of the destroyed il. :
property w
loss will not be as as at first appointments.Tha e.9 Your back if
great 1 be replaced at once.BROUGHTON vagrancy law The till wassed money on any purchase you

wUmated.T terms of a number of importantfederal P without debate and by a unanimous want itCHAMBERS. .
greatest losses will be to the officeholders in thin state vote.
orange crop, and fall crops are report expire soon and the came of their The senate has passed a bill extend-

Al also to hare sufteraj by tale rata successors must go to congress In December. Big Boston: Church Wants Well Known !tag the wrens: cf W. T. Sanders an! SHOE CO,

which followed tEe tornado.Reporta U fA said: to be probable that W C. Tunstall associate railroad commissioners .
received there today from a number of those holding office and Atlanta Pastor. 2nd dour from corner Opera H' u"'' Rlo k. Or.o'',1,
Atlanta, Sept, 17 Rev. two years.
the southern counties state that great cot in thorough accord with the adnunitratlon's : Broughton, pastor of the- Baptist Tabernacle The genral stock law bfll was Utterly A.AAA. ..... ..." vvSTRAUSS' .A -". 'AA.... Ao. .....
destruction was caused by the wind policy will cot be reappoint _
fousht in the house and was flnalljdefeated.
}In this place, has been called!
And rain. Numerous bridges an ed. It is on these matters, so it is' .
to the pastorate of the Clarendon Baptist : : STRAUSS'
reported to have washed away, reported that the president desires tc: church in Boston. The Louse baa passed the Koffmaa 76"
ana in several instances public roads advise y,1thir.. Thompson I bill
This is of the regulating:: the Interest to bE
one most: pron1ned.ehUI'C .
White in the
and ralhxi have suffered considerable east Mr. Thompson
in Xew charged by the small money lender;
England. Rev LG.
damage.It will, it ts: expected, be Joined by former '
Is Oocgr' W. F. Aldrich aad Broug on's: reply has not yyt been after considerable opposition ) Fi igest""Tile LOYAL RESERVE
reported that towna along the ssaao ,
taste knows. A bill providing for the teaching ol I
full coast sustained severe property Charles Scott, the other two patronage -
agriculture la the public schools of the
low from the storm. referees: from this state. .
f state was called tr.). :Mr Rogers explained
It is stated that the Republican officeholders oocsM-! Trainman Mangled by Wheei FULL QUARTS AA Four
damage incurred are : bill II Quarts
that the had ,
by the storm to cigar manufactories stably agitated by the visit of the Plaids Blue Ridge, Ga.. Sept 17.-Harry con the state superintendent the of approva educa 't DELIVERED $6,UU Delivered, $3. 50
a white man brakem
young ,
,in Tampa will referees to the !Jent.
cause the temporary pre
COD the commissioner of
suspension the! Atlanta. Knoxville and North, I : agriculture
of almost all of the: em railroad fell between and that girls as well as boys ...... .... -
plants in that city Reporta receivedfrom WAR ON WHITECAPS. two cars

the western and cotton belts oi in the yards' flare aaj both legs were comewithin The bill the provsloE of the. bill Every bottle of
hombly passed a Ls ie tilg genuine
Florida Wlfeb at mangled He was removed
state that great damage waGone s r in North Carolina Orderedto Tots .
to the home of his parents and the
to the crops. Leave Country. ..

; Raleigh, N. C.. Se;t. 1J. VTHtecap.r(!. 's surgeons are in attendance np- TOURING:: FEUDAL O13TRrCT3. Pabst

1 / IRRIGATION CONGRESS. .. pets went to the house or a promise o n Mm. but it la not thought that hE

.t/ MMW.M farmer, Charles WtiUiey; nest Clay can live. His brother was killed ia i ia Salvation Army Marching and Holding

Many Adcressts Made By PI'O"lnentMenBooth tea Johnston county, seized! him railroad wreck on Hiawaasee rim! Meetings In Kentucky.

Tucker Spoke. and tied him ani then carried him to Just a few months &60Derore leavIng Jackson Ky., Sept. 17.--The mar ch-

Ogden. Utah. Sept 17.-Methods of the wood and nearly bwat Dint to deathwith Ya:1.Jtta yesterday morning youngF.eJ.d. fag and exercises of the Salvation
.:! expressed his determination tt Blue Ribbonbears
colonization: of the horsewiilps.
vast irrigable district Army that ia touring the feudal di*
west, and the legal aspect of the They told him be must leave that leave the service of the roes on h.' trtcts brougit a very large crowd fro m

whole question of Irrigation and the j community; or they avoid return and arrival at this place, but was hurt; the mountains to this city today. T11\!

existing! land laws were the subjects j kill him. but Instead of departing he before his train was pat .in on th!< parade and serviced here last night attracted .

scheduled to come before the nationalIrrigation has gathered a band of his friends. tide tracks. large crowds anu it was not the trade-mark "Pabst Mil

congress at today's sessions! All have armed themselves and au until today that the rural districts

4'he first named subject was expected '- awaiting the return of the whitecap- Sate of Read Postponed. turned out on horseback, In ox caru waukee" in a red circle. I In tht
to take up the entire morntag sesslon peN who have not yet shown up. Ga, Sept 17.,Judge J and all sore of vehicles, many alec

as besides! Commander Booth'rucker More trouble !ia expected. Whitely J. Klmsey baa postponed the sale! of f I Wei&ing gnat distances.
and his wife had domestic the Gatn .llIe. Jefferson and Southern making of Pabst Beer
of the Salvation Army, who trouble and Th. meetinfs here are so successful
it Is ohargsd by her that he had- railroad from until Dec 13, upon
deliver bas
was to the principal address on t- that Colonel Hot hag decided to omit
ea her unai r :fully. the petition of Frank! H. Miner, et The is ..
subject, a dozen speculators, t Including L.r Hindman and Hazard from the itiearly n. barley right
western railroad officers, governors She fled to her relatives ana exhlb- !reprwenting all the bonds which bar and remain here over Thursday.
ling marks of the been approved by the courts. Th
senators and congressmen from whipping. The horseback ride of 35 macs over; The hops are
0 case hag already been right
appealed/ to the
ft cumber of states, were expected to the mountains with a local guide
'Pedestrians Have Narrow i supreme court, and the sale
Escape was deemed
sake informal talks on bow to best SalyOTsvllle will be made
New York, Sept. 17.-A advisable to be Friday :d The water is
bring people to the newly Irrigated huge blockof : postponed by the continued thence for three weeks,oal. I right

lands and make them profitable.At stone coping fell from the upper contesting litigants. It will be remembered gaalziag local detachments of the I

the afternoon session the desert part of the 20-story Flat Iron building, that Judge KImsey fixed ration army at different points. Thal- 'I The plant is rightThat's

land act which was attacked by Pre Twenty-third street, Broadway and the upset price at $3.000( per mlI le[ religions service as well as the .
fifth avenue today. A large and ths is one of the I
Lint Clark in his address yesterday, hole points to be contended and vocal music
was defended by Congressman Frank was torn In the pavemwit and fragments by the parties repreaentwl I by also respectful atttotloa conimauaelos !I why

of the stone flew In all d1l'1Cot Mr. Miller.per every
Mendell Wyoming, and here, if anywhere whora. '
'Ols. One of the pieces struck JohnRuppJ.e I
divisions on one of the great
a bartender, as he Burned By .
was Sulphuric Acfd
problems to come before the great congress Contests 'Probated Will
was expected. Ins along the avenue half a block away v.I mlngton. N. C., Sept 17. Jtoha New York
Sept 17.Dis1laslS'f.edwith !
The delegation of and broke his leg A Broadway car Bryan and Jim Wilson, negroee
nearly 200 from the bequest of 1,000+ of an e&late
Idaho arrived last night and this! morning comfortably filled! wrth pa5S'ngehound badly burned by sulphuric acid t'i: that is estimated at half a m1l1ioDtI P bsi beer

down town, was also: damagelby drum which they were handling haul:
making nearly 200 present from; ::33n < !;ars. Benjamin L Benson, of Colchester : !
the shower of small burst The '
that pioneer irrigating state. stones and: drum contained over 1 : Conn., has instituted a coa
The several passengers were slightly I in.- gallons of the terrible lic.ukJ. The
seating capacity of the tabernacle test over the probate of the will ol
U Jured Xo cause: 'or be loosening of acid was thrown all ever them il
totally Inadequate The fight an: his half brother, George GartJneiGrecnell .
for the 1904 the stone could be ertelned. their clothes were almost! burned *
congress is growing! exceedingly o who died June 3. last Ta

lively with the newly launched Warehouse Parties who ran to their assistance will wu executed tare-: days befoa-<
Boise boom Company Forrrcd. quickly tore the garments from thel1lmcl.s. salwaspiire
developing the
rapidThis fNew York. Sept. 17-A-ocrcing to death of Mr. GrennelL The principal
morning the fight seemed to have Ba't'e dispatches Very prompt action was all bequest fa that of $? O.OOO tc :
tfe X t'onal' Fi that saved the
narrowed: down to cBise and El pReferred .:;. (delity Wa-ehouse comanr. a'liich''ha; men's lives. the Society: for tie Prevention of Cnielcy ,

; to Animals of the state of ti ewthe
been I
Incorporated In t"-
g ia. with a Wild Steer Created (
to Arbitration. capital; of $1,(\ N1tkkl), w'.!l ba..d nnmer- Augusta, Ga. Stamped York. Benson contests the probate j jot
Knoxville! Tenn. Sept 11..A.1'tertd:1 ous cotton warehouses in tie Sept. 17.11d st:'r the allegation that the will was ur alt' 1)\,

; in session several day, the joint will issue oouthIId which: tame across the river brid*' vatrome of fraud and undue !influence. '

conference of the coal miners oai a Maryland receipts llaraateadoD' bj3h from Carolina created a panic ori and that the testator was not of sound i STRAUSS & CtJ.Vholesale
company, thereby Earn! > Broad street by |
charging after
erators of East Tennessee peop4on !
and southern ing a wide market for the warehonw the mind) or capable of mating a will I ,
Kentucky, has referred theezale wage streets. He was shot repeatedly .
question! to a sub-committee olv recerpts. Should the plan work oat by the poT!:ce and ..tirr j. up quitea I
by Felling Tree.Mobile. \
successfully cotton
producers will
no sensation before the Liquor Dealers
operators and five miners. VPl B. longer be obliged to sell In four moo th e let laid him low. seventh l wl Ala.. Sept. 17.-A specif
Wilson, secretary of the United IDrWOC'ken e from Jackson Ala., J. Frank
a crop that U in demand. all the root says
of America, Is one of the wJltfj' round by &plnners.Liquor Alaskan BoUncary rearln\t Moore, secretary and treasurer of th OCALA FLA.

committeemen. He ta here at C. W. Zimmerman -
London Manufacturing company i .
Crazea MHTarrytown _. Sept 17.-nly a few spoo. --
tending the ClI'OUo
Sire commit. tators were present when was killed by a falling tree. Mr[ '!; <
N Y. Judge Fin.
tee Sept 17.Jng -
is not rove
expected to report an agreement Moore was 40 years old and I
today resumed a
for several over the fact that his mother had his argument for
days. !
It hi
the miners! want an increase understood ofabout disinherited him and Influenced by liquor bunal.Canada of The the Alaskan boundary tri Mason 1 i MIIIIRERY( YI! MRS L. TOMPKINS- '

30 per cent for laborers 15 perrot Wlllard Sprln pel, 43 years old ned attorvey general con tla:! Congressman Borelng D a
< for "pickers ana 11H per centfor ;: shot and killed aU brother, John, at to read long documents coIl1lectedwith London Sept 17.-{;aagree state i

yardage work opening new veins. ( pq sa.ntvlne. attar eluding a searching the negotiations! for the Russian Vincent Boreiog died at his home bert .

The operators it U sali contend party for two hours he returned British! treaty of 1S25. which x bile! today of pnett no nia., He vu the oolj :'' I I
thatthese .
having an important bearing the Republican In the Fine Xli'.lnery i.. the ohuuv ui Uu
demands are too high. If tnt cod gave hiiaseJf up. The fatal dot upon : Kentucky delegation.Ion |i>
conference cannot reacn aa was fired throoga a closed door, John Question, were of no interest whateve "-'r----r ; I finest nurk t) iu the world sad th.
agreement to non- xperts. Seattle, WasL:'Sept 17. The United [
on the scale, the matter will be arbi having barricaded the entrance to his I States i work n dream of art. .\ compl>u

trated.1, 1903. The scale will date from Seyt. room brother.In order to escape from hi! Republicans Nominate Moon. the north cableahip last Burnsides night continue sailed the for ;< I succtStyles; nov'4 1 and Kl.tlr..

Marquise Killed by Nephew. Philadelphia, Sept 17.-The fourth work of laying the cable from the head: ''! I f defying competition sufi 1 ,....."'1(

Sto kholdcre' Meeting.Indianapolis New York, Sept 17.-The Marquise congresslora: Republican convent ef Lynn canal by way of Sitka, the I mpirison TrvIRS.

Sept 17.-The stocl'holders' de Sevilloa has been accfclectly killed today nominated Reuben O. Moon, a capital of Alaska, to this city. Onboard ) L. T'TOMIKIN-:
the Burn
annual meeting of the Chicago in her chateau Ponta de Roche, neat prominent lawyer to succeed the latecoagreasniia were General A. W. when she sailed for your winter link Yet HHM l U
Greeley, chief
Indianapolis and Loaevtlleway rail her Mr. Foerderer. anal *
was held Langdo, by nephew the Cvmte de officer of the United States army; I ; pleased. Do not buy until you h.I .\ ..
company here this
mornins. Goyon.
& a Herald
Colonel: 1 James Allen, of visited
the her
eignal store.Opposite .
The 4'I
annoonoed that the f>sj1&. The Bank
corat, with A gun slung Closes Its Doors.
Captain -I
corps; Edgar
rosO; bad just completed the most pros on his ahoWOOrs stopped la theta gar- Ft Wayne, Sept 17.-The ECsoooaai. Captahi: George 0. Burnell. of the and sg-! < _
porous year in its history. The ten to of
pfcflowers. He ttppad: and LaGrange dosed its doors Eel
jjrpi;; Henry Winter, cable !
cual report showed the grcas earnings the trigger of his gun struck a atone, 13 morning. The bank has beet Heel Lieutenant Charles engl- Pittmin Furnrtir MOM ....., Wave ENIt
; P.
to b. $OJ31.. compared with $U81- causing a discharge which fat all I* t-.ttr(>9 1'I d la ['rojacting electric roa.:: !! of tie F. ChanCer I and 13gDoha,a red..H I.xUr :...w .+'..
Qdartarmaster'i '
-Oil CM Droviaus ,.,. .. wouaded the marquLie.xt0u la Ck&io r" trrrltorr. departmast I

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TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF I BALKAN SITUATION ? The Jacksonville Jacksonville Carnival Carnival. in Nor J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

vetuber premises to be oce of the WHISKEY HOUSE
biggest things of in kind held in the

SHIPWRECKED CREW. Turkish Trooz>3rs Nearing i! south since the Atlanta Exposition in Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.

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Bulgarian Border.WAR the attractions secured by the Carnival --M --.

CLOUD BEGINS TO LOOM.If Association simply astounds the -

avtrageFJoridian who has been for -_ i
[ Drifted Turkey's Advance Ccntlrvuei There the pant; four or five years in the C r' :
for Days They at Mercy of I
Will Ej a General Mobilization habit of going to Gala Week and a Iff
:% '"
cf the Bulgarian Forooa-Attitude ;. I ..
being amused only with a street line
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Angry Waves. cf Ru&oia: and Austria. of ten cent fhows. :.. -'IJ -.:;, .* _-_ 1

London. Sept 15.-The foreign ofCice One of the greatest hits made b -.r.n- .., .or.-.: -
:. advices show that dissatisfaction 1- I ,
i the ('arhi val \s..oclitionVa the i .
U growing more serious wing to reports I.
that the Turkish troops are glowly signing for the entire week of Con- i :_.:

-WITHOUT FOOD eND WTAE n-earfcg the border. If their advance teruo's famous New York baud of a r
O I, 4F
continues there will be a gen
fifty pieces which is said to be one of o -
eral mobilisation of the Bulgarian! .\)lO'SXIIIrSEIl' lll'SCll IIIIKU I *

I forces preparatory to meeting eventualltlta. the best concert organizations: in the __ _u_ _ -' ..

world. The leader of this band, FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

Starvation aid Thirst Eqsued aqd Nine of A Ruadv-Austrian note to the pow Major Conterno, played before the My$.,oo Rye or Bourbon at..___....-.J1.75 My U oo Gin at.... .. .-. ---ll S
) the Is My J.50 __...... ...... 2 oo My Zoo North Carotin Cora at... _
are lira been received here and now king of Italy when only five years My 3.00 .............. .... 2.56 My ISO" .. stir. Dew Coral.. !.w
under coosld'eratton. It seta fortfi My 4.00 .. .._,. _.?___.?. 3.00 My 3.00" .. |..a
Crew Gave Up arjd Slid Into of age, and since that time-over half My a.oo Gin at ..........._...... _......... ". 1.7S My 4-00' .. .. .. .. M
tlje Sea.EigltRescued (] ) that In the event of hottilitlee betweenTurkey I My .. ..... ;-.;-._..-...? .. 3w N Englalld dam &l...... .... '..rThe
and Bulgaria. Russia and Austria acenturj-be has played before all Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature

; by Schooner Fieldiqg.r will not give their support to the crowned heads of all Europe and : In tending your order*always tend enough to cover the co.t ol fag. Hatl-gsno.lags. I*
either of the parties but will hold each gallon jug.Ijc; -gallon jug 2sc;j-gtllon jug.isc; kegs,$1.I .
oi them to a strict accountability for pleased hundreds of thousands of sell more whiskey and better whiskey that any house In I give g o4.II.
cat goods and full measure
r "R. L. SepL 14.-Detail* their actions. It is expected hat American in the great cities of this A tnalorder wilt conrince you that"we are the people." Terra caihwUht torJr.

84TUATIOW AT THURB R, TEX. France will adhere to the Ros&JaiyAai roaraanxionitopleae. J p EDWARDS.
i II. xn UMair.; la the West Indian Country. .

I wfn tivo brit reported by the Miner WUJ Return to Work If Pro triaa alttitude. Of cuurse everybody has heard of -

U 6. Fielding, which h&Ml
I tftjuMf -
I tscUd-4talian Exodus. Demands Intervention. Pains' fire works, but it is safe to say! -
: } r-ttMb 1 b> tk'.f! port Nearicg tae 8
wt. 15.-A dUpatca to The
St. 15. The NovaeVreymya
Petersburg. Sept -
[ kxtwi'ttnce un bur outward toy4 N'owe from that very few people in Florida have
says: today demands active lat ffTffiitloa -
I U* ftaldlax ran near a dark cb- It la reported, although uaoSidaUy. i: ever seen the Last Days of Pompeii
In Macedonia and proposes) asa
Jtct viMk .M found to be tn over that the Teas company
sad Padfia Kklatkm of the difficulties tOO attaching just as presented at Pains' Park at
tww4 Ut with kU EMa and CM will start to work In Sine :-0. 9 tomorrow
of offices of the foreign! powers Manhattan Beach. There are over
w; U clingtLg to U.n. af&MVling steady ampk m0irt
? all Turkish JW
ft-"'lfc tftoo&cr, name an- to Close of the miners who have declared to repressive esjx :00) people in the cant in addition to
UOlS'tth authority to prefect tmoecry -
lttte..... W vtkfc tte y Ulot ed. tad a wlll'.agiu to remain and cruelty. the great pyrotechnical features, and

Cnd s rock t4 partly fillod and who Indicated that they want protectlon. i this attraction alone cost the Carnival

Uta U4 torD d tnrtla"tics At
yesterday's mass meetlsgOrganizer
Turkish Make Raid.
Troop Association several thousands of dol.
rt" ct 11 *rocs had Jl thangab : !
Na.tOC&1 : Wadjan: of the Berlin, Sept 15.-A dispatch to the
to |ct upon the U>ttom ot t, Cr.tted MJaa WortMjre. raid he had Prackfurti Zeitung from Sofia. Bulgaria lars.The

k.&L "lart been Informed that the coal company says the Turkish troops have entire sporting element cf the-

t o( lUTTAtioa and Writ eami. wad trying: to organize the Mexicans raided the Bulgarian frontier tear: Tekendschg country will be in Jacksonville on

- dul ;f vtlch tiut of the IT ded. to operate Mine to. \9 acd he appeaid and have driven off!: three
November witness the wrestling
7 to
Tt. nel41&1 wal about 12 mlle ,
to the Msiicaag to
to remain troe herds of sheep. The dispatch adds
(m i. Ul&&d of G mrea, when the the 1t krD. Payment of the men continued that Turkish soldiers at KIrk KlltsaeX match for the championship of the

oretk' VM tJcLud. Capita King at the compiiiy'g offices today. In Turkish: territory. fired oa the world between Tom Sharkey and
L'Ute4 bit atlj'i court and rut does
The esodta from Tturber Las
begoa. Preach consulate, breaking tie sin Tom Jenkins. Sharkey will be recall. ..
N te 4.r lkt A {Ifs lt& WM thrown Wagons containing booaehold efiecta dosvg A party of Turks brrouacbfcvg -

lad **. et_,bt by two men and a : dotted the toad to.the mining cam.;). at : near Gtottepe had with them 2* ed as the great Irish heavyweight,

YQIU& Tine tree were to weak.tA1 Mtowal:! City and Straw FortytwoItallui :Baltartaa: women and glrla Five hundred and Tom Jenkins has wrestled aroundthe

the cmptAa d oded to brae the left oa the'noon tram for Fort fugitive women and children have world and has never been thrown.

etas .bo rd Ij bull rather than Worth etaroute to Italy. Perhaps 200
arrived at Tekendsch.
1'.a O.4f kwlbf hold of the lira Italians win return to their nattr There are scores of other attractions

Tlf toW been without food or wafer land wrthln! the next two or three days. of great importance including -..."
bar toot Cut ac4 slants but Soma of them bad worked in the New Orleans, Sept IS.-Tfce strike rough riding by the United StatesCavalry

nt-J r careful 9 ttreing.Iu Tturber mtnea foc more than tonyear the St. Johns is backed by more than a Million Dollars of Florida
ha ben settled in
of the longshoremen war ships
i at tbm could speak Engtt1.

w'tea O i'Ulu King took a PrecchT no Usitod Mine Workers sent tor the longshoremen agreeing: to waive river, home shows, military prize capital.It .
that eight men be put In
|( 4 vo bur4 (cr lit run taro "Port food sappllea to Thurber last nIght the hatch demand and this morning they 'were drills, etc., altogether making a seriesof cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.
atPth a. L. obtal&rd their story o! a
U rwi-k. TLfttr boat tad earned and again today for the men who who need node all put to wort on the 18 &Mp nalt- attractions crowded into one week It is a pleasant Tonic; gives appetite and strengthens
and again today for the men
t rasp of fruit std a'ae wrecked, then I big for a cargo. The Southern Pacific the magnitude of which has never the system.If .

1*j Wit tr vtrlklcc a submerged A meeting of the miners ts: to beheld company baa won Its fight entire been seen before south of the Potomac -
ly with the union of Its freight hand your druggist does not handle it, write to the
twa. Mc of the crew bad: even
at Gr&nttown, cear Thurber, tomorrow at this union today River.
lers. The members
"9 lad tlld off Into tl. &oa and thete.xa afternoon. It has been announced manufacturers. Cure or no pay.
'r.w bad abkxu glvoa hope returned in a body and asked for The dates of the Carnival are November
up If the has not given
.Lira tt. ni<2'xc: mac slang O:iarrtvtg In by that time company the transportation their id places, watch were re These uxd 2 to 7 inclusive, and reduced TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.
vita rome raw exceptioca
ta port Captain King deliver rill be funrUhed to the miners who 80 oenta rates from all the southern states have Jacksonville, Florida.
handlers getting
tre' were
tS tie a:11tteck.4 (era x. to the auf'at"1k4
want to go to Indian Territory and an tour and struck for 40 cents the hem secured. It is safe to say tre-

Ark:sus. All of the miner meetings same ts the longshoremen were get. -ndoU3 crowds will go from this [XoTE:-Tropical Pine-Apple, Tar and Wirw M
with the offices of the United of the Florida Pine
MADSTONE PAILS. Un;. made from the juice Pineapple,
Mina Workers of America are held section.
tar and Grape Wine and is asbolutely pure aad a
outside of Thurber and off company Political Situation at Bogota. : Owes his Life to Neighbor's Kindness.M .
1.V": r'Old Boy Dies of Rabies i true tolic.-ED '
property. New Sept I5.-'I'he -
York. governmmemt's D. Daugherty, well known
Near Nrwnan Ca.
The mn are staying away from sa declaration in the house at Bogota -
Mercer and Sumner counties -
... Ca 11. Oa 2 W1 throughout
.UA, t"rt. tt.e
loons and there is an absence of dis
has had a calming effect but coaelderable -
ta, td Jury tin ft.)fir id son ol Lee NY. Va., most likely owes bis life
order. uneasiness 1 felt.
political *
OnlL! a dalrrtnan. llrltt 2 mlleaNr north to the kindness" of a neighbor. H e
-- Herald from
according to a dispatch
tt .caa. wu bitten br a mad dog was almost hopelessly afflicted with i
.BARRED IN HER HOME. Panama.: President Marrtquia decidedly ,
n. clad sal owned t> Fatrbura, diarrhoea; was attended by two physicians >. j
opposes the proposals put up
l.r. a tuaduoc was applied to the who gave him little, if any,
Woman at Annapolis Defies Government either himself for his BOO as a candidate
trains!, and U U sail that the stone
Officials for the nomination for the presidency relief, when a neighbor learning of .

Uir .J for H,vw&1 minutes.Tib 15.-\1l'. Kate QKealy nis serious condition brought him a 1 i
Armuoils: Sept and will! cot give his official support .

vat takes at proof that all the has circumvented a plan of thegovernment to any one for the nomination He bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera f
Ttnt Lad Ua extracted from the
authorities to secure a Intends to allow hIs party free scopein and Diarrhoea Remedy,which cured
'*tttd. and the child return dhome
peaceable possession of the house she making the selections of candidate.No him inles-s than twenty-four hours.
l.wt Monday to taken sick,
\ occupies In the new grounds of the decision has been arrived at so far. For sale by all druggists and medicine
std unmistaJcca
7eaierMy developed an
naval academy. Mr!!. Kealy always In the excitement of the political situation dealers. m

t ca. of hydrophobia. He troth left home at a certain hour for church canal affairs appear. to be ig "S-
e4 "t UM mouth, attempted to bite I The Delineator.The .
made to close the gates
tad pan: were nored. .
those .U approached him, and al- Delineator with its
I of the grounds ao she would be unable October ,
wag. but I years of age, the effort but she scented the "Old Folks Day" Observed. .
to re-enter, usual number and variety of attraction ,
I< two growa persona ware required to danger and remained at home. New York Sept. 13.-"Old! FolksDay" .

kali aim m the bed The government does not desire! to has been observed for the i4tn ?, is on the market.

IU !ltf+rd In great agony until I lay violent hands on a woman yet consecutive time at the Presbyterian "The White North" is a most excellent

reI&.x-k Friday morning, when death stronger action against her will new church at Vineland X. J. The gathering little story, as is also the one s
-:.! hit
probably have to be taken. For fiveday was a most remarkable one. "
Ore entitled "A Florida Cracker.!
.f Mr, Smith' children
younger her water supply has been cut off, There was present a hundreJ people

.t. r. i'ep at the fame time by the and It seems she is ready to die in over 50. twenty-four octogenarians and "A Collection of Rare: Samples"! illustrated .

uI.4.4. and wu also treated with a three monogenarians with and curious-
her castle to maintain her rights as quaint
n7M1 atLno
she conceives them to be. She meansto DANISH ROYAL FAMILY. samples of our grandmothers is most
remain in possession until the gov-
MANY PERSONS INJURED. interesting: reading. f'THE
In 1892 her husband died without aIn I

1S92 her husband died without a This Year' Gathering of s Solemn "Ljlac':\'-'The Pensile: Lilacs still
kaddAed Mora* Create Consterna Character.
will. The estate was divided and a Their Favor Throw" is a splendidtalk
tlon In 5rookfyn.N New York, Sept. 13.-ThU year's
the lot where tha present
<:3' "' 'i. Sept 1 5 -At least 50 house house on stands was assigned to Mrs. gathering of the Danish family here is on the cultivation of that teauti-

its." I I ire VPU InJured one fatally

'r I -' ". ..! was lyng I broken ton I Kealy as part of her dower. After of Times an unusually dispatch solemn from character Copenhagen.saysa ful dower. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA :

tar the estate: was divided it was found This number frees the last installment
-7 Urooklyn Women and The king will have reigned 40 years

0': <*e tn terror, but some not that there? the were so many had to debts be that sold on Nov. 15. It is 50 years since he of Mary Hartwells! Catherwood's (EXCLUSIVELYTWENTIETH FoaMALT.s.)
some o
au': rt 'Ill to cape the hoofs oi was recognized as heir to the throne novel, "The Bois Krules," a story of
them. Mrs. Kealy's was
.h I' t I ta: pay YEAR.
& one of the houses that were sold. John The crown prince, who lately attain' the Bed River settlement.
Cr .a !.are the only seriI. BEGINNING SEPTEMBER
person ed his sixtieth year, has teen crown 22, 1903.
it, but never
r. Mullhann bought was
Drive" a'n
Afternoon is inter-
ht -\.u
had gathered three small 40 SEVEN FOCR.YEdR ('orR
years. E---\gricu1turt'
rig able: to secure p05sf- sicn. When the prince Chtu.itrj, Civil Kwl
'* 1 .* arm and was running condemned by the gov'ernment King Christian's second son King e>ling short story. ne ring, Mechanical Engineering, General tcieaee, Latin 5'cienee, Cla *>..

flay ., '.'.. maddened animal then property was George of Greece celebrates the 4Mb is Sincere" Two years' course in Mechanic Art:;. One years'course in Buain*..... er t tt.egraphy *
for t e use of e naval acaie: Friendship
k* w > ked do"a. The: children of his reign this year and Queen and TypewritiD) A preparatory C'urlof one or too year, .. r*.
my. Mulbacn! was paid the amount year collection of photos of prominent I quired, for those iltsiringsucb preparatioc. A short
a of the
W6r' \:.tly! hurt, but line's skuli Alexandria! celebrates the 40th anniversary gives course we*** i.
awarded: them, but Mrs. Kealy refuses i Agriculture or Horticulture. Post-Graduate courses are al.o otftrd
*M ,-'r' and he will probably die. actors and actresses with theirrespective
her day this i
of wedding
T* to recognize the legality of the year. The dormatories are under the immediate supervision of instructors wlae
r.i after dashing through The Duchess of Cumberland who will pets. I I make every efiort to infuse into the student a spirit which lead to Wtc'
purchase. .
.rt' .". '., i-ullldnj with a trolley be :30 years: old Sept. 29, celebratesher An unlimited lot of other attractions mental, moral and physical development! Fine Gymnasium, regulative aporrwtive .'

ear I .as ke.K'ked down. Mrs. Cordon Has Accepted. silver wedding in December. gymnastics required of all students. Fine modern buiklinj' Hot I
could be named which makes firt class equipment.
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Chicago: Sept.lo..-.Mrs. W. W. Gordon King Christian looks as young aI
WASH SHE MURDERED? of Savannah, Ga., granddaughterof ever and rides daily. this number one of the best. Tl'ITIOX rilEK TO 1".011lD.T'IHX"'S.. \O I'i:Lie: !

the first settler in Chicago acceptsan For Catalog. Address t

\'t'M." Who Left Disappears England, With Fortune !imitation to be the guest of honorat I Ocala Charged Fla.,with Sept Rotting 15.-George Mans. Hoi- TVe; for have constipation in our shelves and many biliousness remedies -I T. H. TAL1AFERRO C. E. Ph. D., President. ,

W .assart*. I'a. Sept 15.-Mra the centennial next week. linshead was arrested here by DeputyMarshal but the never-failing common.sease'' Lake City FlaWHITE'S {
Chambers at the Instance of
Au"' l Flyna, of thU city sailed from Many Injured In Collision. Postoffke Inspector Pier charged with cure is found only in Ra 'mon'i! Liver .
Lila: 1 Aui, ID with a fortune of serial -
Chicago Sept 15.--'Four persons robbing the mails. The Commercialbank Pill and Tonic Pellets. This treatment J.
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.auand dollar left her a - -
by -
of the ------------
were injured, one Henry Wakefield, of this place, and S. ?. Lamb, cures by relieving the cause -

attire She landed In New York, of Chicago, baggageman probably! fatally of Anthony tad: certain checks stolen trouble; the Pink Jfiills arouses the ; CREAMVERMIFUGE
4111. II and *lnoo then her family \IVORMS
and many passengers badly shako from them which were in letters addressed liver, while the Tonic Pellets tone up !
heard'nothing from her They e
en np In a collision on the Chicago to the Commercial: bank. the organs and insuro natural and H ostlnQrsnti7. Mttap tr.
hUt' one on the *w --- vxw -- - .- --
? roaflded -
I1. to come -
t WD the!' fact that she had a lArge and Northwestern An railroad at witch Dee Other checks have been stolen and healtky conditions. Complete treatment F i2Y -Has Eel! elf W rm rtsdiesa ( .. ..
Plains early today. open cashed here in a mysterious manner. -two medicines j doses-full
Ism nf !coney! and that the was robbed the SOLD DT ALL Dn't1GGSTU.
caused the accident,
li aald to hare United States Commissioner! Williams Postoffice
ati murdered after she landed. diff'ctions-only 25 cents. Prepared by- -.
puseoger ,!raln.. west bound, :'crasheJ held Hollinshead on a $500 bond, pent; Drug store. m | .......... JAMES J V \ BALLARD\f \fjfj '-w, St."fff&f" Louis.]

Into tho rear of a.-frelrV- on"a sldlne.:.:.... !leg a preliminary hearing T11rlav
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THE BOY TRAGEDY I mali.ln'ant type; that he hid remov-1 I I I Ied he found be could not blackmail Mr :\

1 he patient to fan hou-e and wired \ ('IhaioD! he cut his letter writing out. To Cure a Cold inTake One Day

his parents at MilledgsviUe! G*., and I Mr. Call1s-'n., in the meantime, l'-arue1 f

\ board under the conditions, that Neimann had barn in communicitioD !'
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STORY. t.> remit the hoy'a entente, which !i i with Mr. Brake, whico Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets. .A PJI on evtY

they did without hesitation, Mr. suggested a blackmailing scheme ou i! Seven MiIIioa boxes sold in past 12 months. This signaturecd / bot. 25c,

Gillian agreeing to pay the costs of j I 1 the part of Neimann. j I

the court. This request on tb? part In brief a summary of this can
Mayor W. R Thcmjt Replies to Let. -
of Mr. Dilli..on was an act of kind-11 I simply this: :Mr. Cdllisoa dl"t'I -
ter of Mrs. W. J. Brake-Sajs lm.1 ..
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ns and tho- who know the man I I i any r?"pon ibiluy for the ; I -,

Her Communication is in Indictment and know how often bf ha* befriended : 'or death of young Brake and

r of Entire Countyof convict under pentenc4 and the !; 'contention i u su aint-il' by tbtt'V. The Old Standar.dGrove's

Alachua. many instances in wbu-h be hasl l>i >deuce and sworn statt-meut .>f the

shown kindnes.-rs t> them relieve doctors in attendance upon the u>>

Gainesville! Fla., Sept. 12, l00. this to be a f>t. I The statement as to the cuts ant Tasteless Chill Tonic

To the Editor of the Gcala Banner Now auto the prosecuting attorneyand I bruises on the boy male by the iad

retainer fee. The day upon is unfounded in fact, and positively
In the Atlanta News, under date of which Mr. Callison Appeared before I denied by the doctor and all who :saw! has stood the test 25 years. Average annual sales

August 17, IViS> there appeared a the board for the purpose of having ; the b.y during his illne-s!!* NeitherMr.
over One and a HAY! Million bottles. Does this recordof
lengthy contribution from the pen of the contrast signed: for the lease of the i L'lilli50n or the doctor knew any

MM. W. J. Brake depicting the horrible convicts for another year he found a thing of the whipping: until sevrml merit appe l to you ? No Cure No Pay. 50c
committee of good roads people present days after the arrival of Mr and Mrs. ,
treatment of her son while a convict with their attorney to try and get Brake, I also learned that Mr Brake Enclosed with every sotilc .S a Ten Cent Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVER Pt1LS.

: in this county. This article baa the commissioner not to ratify the stated in Sewberry, that his !oa had !iU:

been reproduced in many of the Jeadingjournala contract which had already been told him not to blance Mr. Callison -

of this state, and I find it made. This committee contendedthat far hu sickness! the whipping had

in a recent issue of your valuable the county had no authority to nothing to do with it. His illness

paper.The. lease the convicts, but had to work had been brought about by exposure I i

them upon the public roads, and citeda before he came to the convict camp. FERN HILL EYE.
communication:! is a
ruling of the.Hoa. Judge W&llof These charges: were made and the
of the of
arraignment management the sixth judicial circuit in support attention of the Law and Order League :
the in question and is I
of their claim. Some time was taken was called to them, whereuponan
also an indictment of the entire county THAT GOOD \CI1I NEV.
investigation of the same was or
up in the discussion of this matter,
of in that it the
Alachua charges
but eventually the board signed! the dered. After getting the facts m the
existence of a state of affairs which,
contract, and there were murmurs case the League dismissed the matt :
it true, u worthy of the middle ages H. ROESNTHAl & SONS ti tillers Cincinnati 0
from the other side about injunctionand there being uo evidence to suostaa- .
of the Spanish In'juUition, and con
r other legal steps. Because of tiate the charge, but plenty of evidence
: demns us in the eyes of the world. these threats of the good road people, to the contrary. The gramf' STRAUSS & CO. Distributors Ocala fl I r
I feel it my duty as a citizen to present ,
also investigated the matter and
Mr. Callison deemed it wise to securea
the other side of this case. I have
legal opinion as to the validity of refused to find a true bill, there beingno '
known Mr. Callison for several yean, .A/
his contract, hence consulted theftate' merit in the case and a failure to -
and have had considerable business
sustain the charges.I .
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= with him, and,knowing the enviable attorney relative to the matter I -- ,
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have naught but sympathy and =-== = = -
and him his fee. He consultedhim prcteeotoutzl..BIGGS "
reputation he has enjoyed in the conduct paid j
not as prosecuting buta pitty for Mrs. Brake, whose lacerated ........ 1
; of bia! convict his uniform attorney - -
i heart bleeds for her now
ws.ywartlOD ,
courtesy to and kind treatment of the lawyer, for it was a civil matter and E. 3LLIN5 COLLETI8TM !
gone to his reward. I have ascertained T. IATIORXEY.T.LA
not one that in conflicted ..
unfortunates imprisoned there, and any way
his humane regard for their comfort with the duties of a state's attorney.On that he was arrested, tried, W. r t
convicted and sentenced legally for (O ce in Gary-Aaew Block.)
TE151 1 1i
and health, a.t testified tto by scores his return home from the meeting his violation of the law. The chargeof OCALA, I FUOSUDA.II OF1SJ OCTOBER I. 50i

who have served their sentences under of the board, Mr. Calh-on found I _
inhuman treatment ---- ----
cruelty or =: -
him, and who remained after Mr. and Mrs. Brake at his home with D. FLLLI R.- '
cannot be brought against Mr. Calh- : I
wards in his employ, I have made an their son. They met him at the :Ii!
DENTIST.Over .Announcement
son. When he was in the phos-phate | ; :
of this door, introduced themselves, and
investigation serious
charge, business and leased the convicts, his Manroe&Chambliss Has V.Ocila.FIa.
and I ask the liberty of publishing were profuse and lavish in their thanks I j II! The following departments are open for entrance !
the best for
this statement in not for what they termed his kindness to men were provided perhaps M. THOMPSON !j.; !'. ......... ", .,. .. t ,
your paper, of any in the state. He kept J I.1' ....:;::- "W_"!.' ..._:_ .t.1_..-7. "'AI _- __ t

only injustice to Mr. Callison, but in their boy. After these preliminariesit their sleeping quarters clean, gave PHYSICIAN AM SCRGEOS. !'.' !M,....,-,-. .!'.-e..:"se@.T.. "__n., ..,.:_-. ...._\.n._, .r lit 'f'1fI1 n.... \ c.

vindication of Alachua county.At seems that the father related a ihort them substantial food and an abundance Once over Tea-pE l Grocery,Opp Monterutca. r:..:.-.i r.l Cf :::..: w....t. Z:3 Y'!!._""nn1fi- -.0.1.. ....} t ..-.. f r ;
the time young Girard Brake history of the boy, and from what the OCALA FLA. .., .i
of it, and his treatment of them -, <
father said it that the had --- --
wu convicted and sentenced, Mr. appears boy
caused of our best citizens to L DWrs SPENCER.;; l j
Calluon was in Galesburg, III,spending given him considerable trouble in his many The trustees announce as president of UK colic gt. K MKCM| an (.et rttM i w.nt i;
remark that hN stockade wa more D. D resigned Rev. WiUian Freemont: BUckman ttt D.. tatttor i T% ..
a few weeks with relative,. The life. He elated that the boy wired ATTORNEY-AT-LA, I ) M & < << l 1
him while in jail in Gainesville of a reformatory than a prison.; OCALA. 7-S-y* FLORIDA.J :i I Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology to Talc rnrremty fags I" to .et. wits 11-...C, f 1
shipping received by Brake was administered : to .,
I I have written this communication jl of twenty professors aad instructor All ct 1 !! in the absence of Mr. send him money to pay his fine, but ..
notonly justice to Mr. Calhaon, K. CHASE. I \ j
Callison and from the beet and most he thought it was only a trick of theboy's I i I -J
but to remove the cloud and blot
trustworthy! sources of information and that he made no responseto DENTIST I
upon the fair name of Aliehua county FLA I W.I', IUltll'lllli, AXES WJiTU U. rl' t i iar
was but lightly administered, and the the appeal ; that he had heard j
that must need! be there !o long as
young man went into the stockade nothing further from the boy until L. SISTRCNK, a j
the article by Mra. Brake: remains un- CARLOS
that night laughing and talking with the receipt of his (Callison's, tele
the rest of the men. gram stating his illness, some ten days answered. Her communication has ATTORNEY'AT.LAW.Rood i
Now as to the condition and treat- hence. been given considerable publicity, 4, Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla. S a3 J ---- -- i
and I wish would ask all
: went of young Brake during his illness For seventeen days and nihtIr.; you kindly For June ApplicationOn
papers that published it to reproduce
; and the attention he received at and Mrs. Brake were guests at the I
this, in order that a reading public:
tLe Lands of Mr. CallieOn, I shall, be home of Mr. CaIli:On. About the i Bearing Trees UL
may have both sides of the question.W. i
brief. Dr. DePass the prison phyii day after their arrival Mr. Calhaon I

clan, during the absence of Mr. Catlison removed the patient into his own house R. THOMAS,

found the boy quite sick, and lefts putting bed in the sitting room for ,. Mayor City of Gainesville. 4 FULI i FRUIT

note to that effect addressed to Mr. the boy, while they occupied the adjoining Compliment to Dickison Chapter. PERUVIAN AND ?MANUR!

room. For I VINE ;
. .hlli0on, requesting that he have seventeen days to the Editor of the Ocala Banner e .
' .r t+]*cial attention until his return the and nights; they were entertained in It well :;- .' \ $ r
, was my pleasure, as as:: ruy
following Monday. Mr. Calhsou returned that lavish style for which Mr. Calli I A High.;:Grade. Natural Guano Formula EnTir\K; *, 'rl fT 4 1
privilege attend, aa a visitor, the U.S4 "
home late in the evening of son is famous His guns and dogs I 6 QtS. \ I! i

1 the same day upon which this note and horses were at the disposal of monthly meeting of Dickison Chapter : : Fonns of Sulphuric Acid- J

. was left. Early next morning he wentto Mr. Brake, and he used, them very of United Daughters of the Confederacy lj'

the stockade and found Brake with freely if witnesses are to be believed.He at the hospitable home of cent< for our new books- j I

". .. high fever, and at once had him removed had his whisky shipped to him in Mrs. Robert Blake Friday j f
en iHg.
to his yard and places in.a Mr.Callisou'.. name.AtthetimeGirurd. Qt 1 I: "Ideal Fertilizers" and Florida Orange If
From Maryland to the Mexico lineI l lrv
room of the old homestead house ad- Brake came to I IQ9

' olnlng hilt own. He had the room the convict camp there came with have been permitted to make!similar!! 11I

:';. neatly fitted up with a new bedstead him one Henry Neimann, who was visits to my sisters in meetings assembled WILSON & TOOMEfJ FERTILIZER COMPNY I

and mattresses, having the bed linen sent for vagrancy. His sentence expired but never have I met with

taken from his! own bou-e. He then the day before young Brake the courtesy extended me by Dickison ,71 i J.1'hMJ1ILI.E. FI.OIIID1.
died. This man, together with I
had the boy sponged ott' with warm another
r. came to )Ir. Chapter of Ocala. Mra. F. R. Gary, OCALA SEED STORE
a water, and put one of his own nightshirts Callisoa's house DRL'PRrPAD.[ AGENTS.
on him. He then wired Dr early the morning after their sentence the graceful and most gracious president .

Dt-l'a at Archer, a distance of about had expired. They asked to see Mr. after calling the meeting to order ---

sixteen miles, that the boy needed Brake, and were told that Mr. Brake I with the rap of her gavel, announced JAS.M.GRAHAST, President. GEn.W H\ M- 1w hie

attention, and to plea-e come up immediauly. had be*u up all night, only going to "\\'e will now show our CHAS. E. BLUM & COMPA Y
'l The doctor drove up that bed at 5 a. m.,and that they could not I appreciation i

.. afternoon and made an examination see him. This man eimann said of and extend a welcom The First t National Bank

of the boy and advised that the nothing more about seeing Mr. Brake, I to our visitors by rising." Every :517 and '519 R. Bay .".t. !

t. thereaboutof his parents be acer- but asked to have talk with Calli- member rose, standing while a bow of OF GAI rS\ ILLE.
. son. They seemed to blame
tamed as his critical him for
symptoms were I acknowledgment was returned by the
t, stating! that he evidently had a malig- their having been sent to the "ganar." For the Jacksonville, flu..r !
I almost
.r nant case oft.hoid, fever. Mr. Callison )Ir. Callion: explained to them that I The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua C.wAtJ.
he was in no wise imagined: I was the whole Coufeder. I
then learned from young Brake the responsible for Ii

address of his father, and when he them having been sentu:> ; that: he I acy. So entirely did the warmtb of II i Capital. . 41' +M
i was asked what business his fatherwas was simply the les-ee, and had to I feeling fill the house in which they I Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . .. . . It

> + in, replied that he was a whisky take anybody who came. They were sitting that I caught the relies. Does exclusively a banking LUoinh,, with ficihMw usual t.. a'., ,1 tit '
f dealer. That night Mr. Callison gave thought he ought; to give them a suit I tate. Solids the accounts of Farruef, M n'bau, c',
"I honor
' came to woo but i' faith q' r. i.a (
of clothes
. a message over the telephone to Mr. and Mr. Calli, u did give For nearly Etc. Interest allowed bV special arrangrtueut AliI!! ui r- '
them shoes and shirt, for which I remain e'en to wed it." transacted
J. It. Williams, a merchant at New- they half proIDl'tly.
: berry, for W. J. Brake, Milledireville, thanked him, asked the way to New- With a deep heartfelt appreciationof a century 1-17( H. E. T.\ I 1"1 I ad1M

Ga., saying: "Your son Girani is at berry and took their leave. Mr. Calli the beautiful compliment extendedme f S!* 1"7 t

my place very low with typhoid fever son received three letters from this through their customary, but very r terry s h 1
and the doctor chances man Neimann alter leaving, in each
aaitst him." The failure of this of which he was anxious to tea him unusual mode of greeting.I Seeds .................... ......

wire to reach the father of young something "to his interest." After have the pleasure to be sincerely, tav..been growing famous Inemrr .

Brake uutil sister ic the C. D. C. e III Jt 6oilCTenrwhere. sold ball
Monday was through no dealers nus gyred Acmulcstpkid
fault or negligence on the part of the STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO rLCCAS free to fcU applicauu.. I READ :
Devoured by Worms. 1>.1I. FEEBT d"CO.etretc.
man who had done his best for the COt' TY. jss Xiek.

comfort and well being of the boy. FRANK J. CHE EY makes oath that Children often crp, not from pam- r .

During all this time Brake he is the senior partner of the firm of The Florida
young was but from hunger, alt < tgh fed abun : Times-Union
being carefully nursed by a colored F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business in dantly. The entire trouble arises |

boy of more than ordinary intelligence the City of Toledo, county and state =
aforesaid and said from inanition, their food is not T. MURPHY :
having a fair education, Iud firm will pay the REDUCED-SUBSCRIPTION :

for this reason was selected to give the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor assimilated butde.ored by worms. A DAILY AND SUNDAY RATES

patient proper attention. each and every case of Catarrh few doses of White's Cream Vermi One Month pu!'U1r fad < 60 .

On Monday, November 4, Mr. Calli- that cannot be cured by the use of fuge will cause them to cease crying Machine and IroijWorKs. :Three;iz Months Months, postage. po t HALL'S CATARRH CCEE. ) Year, poiugepaiu
wn left Dutton for Gainesville, in and begin to thrive at once, very .

order to be present at a meeting of FRANK J. CHENEY. much to the surprise and joy of the ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY ECITION. $f M A YEARS .

,; the hoard of county commissioners of Sworn to before me and subscribedin mother. 25c. at Anti. loDOpoly drugstore Iron Bra? and Bronze {'a!'. Semi.weekly Semi-eeVly Edition Edition Six One\"lJIe: fe.r I: y w

this county, he had been awarded. the my presence, this 6th day of December m ing: *: Machine and Pattern

cmtract for the convicts for another A. D. 18S6. t Shop: Marine and Hail- All communications and remittances should > addrease i

year at a former meeting of this It takes a girl with a face as innocent road Kepairs. S
\ board, and at this meeting they wereto | seal j- A. G. GLESON, THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, JlCltSONflllE fLORiSt
I *---- J Notary Public. as a baby's to be engaged to two I 610 to 611 E. Bay St Jacksonville ,
sign the contract. He appeared before I

men at the same time and to mean toI
the board early Tuesday morningand Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter :

stated to them that he had a nallyand acts directly on the blood marry the man she!! is!! not engaged to. Study ai t HomeSSSfLean a SUBSCRIBE

[. white boy prisooet who had been sent and mucus surface of the system. """or..4 youcannera. ;
Send for testimonials, free. With thehNet Home Study LcstaujroauedaocUxx
op from Waldo for two months, and F. J. CHENEY& CO. Toledo 0 FOIYI1OETAR kenc or_mplarncmt Icwa Slaktffuif.A..thwnc,

that the boy had typhoid fever of a Sol dby Druggists, 75c., J 1[ Cures CoUss PrtveaU Pa uraoala issuer AgtM' .iata.etc Geomnrr. Cucuan:. Tetdienudedlapusnaiamnoai.Canimji fa.... .u.1rcwLI.IIab--,Khttorlc Literature, Hjtocy,Cm.V.aaaa. air. .MMMtt..*....*..*



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ol Application for Tax Deed Cnder Section $W

FIORIDAJGBNADODamage to organize a corporation under
the general...of the State of Florida, and all .\, OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT NATHAN
acts amendatory of the same hereby make and Mayo, purcbuer of Tax Certifies H*
: ATLANTIC CITY N. J. publish the following articles of association; 4026. i.J dated the Sth day of August A. D.

t lo Orange Crop WIP MARTEI.FIRST: LUMBER The name COMPANY of the corporation and its principal U has 1901 made application certificate for tax in my ofl ce, sat IB

place of business ilartcl, Marion County. accordance with law.aid certified s- _
at Leut51) Par Cent. Flonda braces he following described property situated

--- BECUXD: The general nature of the business in!
to be transacted is t.. ;" P.owi: The company Lot P Caldwell'.sub of aouthwe part or At.
j HNEAPPLU exeoa SUFfER. will buy and otherwise acquire lands. 11011.."., varex Grant township *5. ran e n.
timber rights. and other perr ual property; will The said land licit? assessed at the date ol tile
Resort build trams and private roads and rotd-wats. i.u..nce of uch ce.ruficale In Ibe earns of
Pleasure Almost In Path of Tornado F> Frtte. PerCent Irs.
) Wrecked by lly n and other means of transportation: w.ll manufacture shall aVrr-.i tnlesi Mid ceruncat
timber lumber,aud wood products and be accordiag to law. tax deed
cf Wn Trees We, Leveled: in general will carry en a .umber manufacturing will i,*ue thereon on the 1911 day of Sept 4D.I9 .

business, and such other business as is not 3.
Coast urricane. Causing Great Lose tn Turp ntln In- inconsiteut therewith. \\ lines my official signaturt and seal this the .
ij THIRD: The amount of capita stock will betWtnl.fivc Stij day of Aug.,A. D. 1903.s.
<4u -Wlrta An 8tHI Down. ROLLS FROM Only the best thousand dollar, consisting of two T. SISTRCNK.
Hundred and fifty shares oi stock ot the par 614 Cerkcircuit Court :Marion C"". FU.
Jicksonviile: Hi, Sept. 1&.- 'In the OUR OVEN material goes value ol one hundred dollars each. and the cap. -

western part of the sate ill wires art into the oven and ital stock will be paid in by conveyance to the -
only the corporation of mills machinery. mules cms.
I in bad condition, and all means oloomroucicatkm landsand timber and timber rights. situated In
BEST BREADrolls Marion County Flonda valued by the corpra-
has beta demorailaed.
DAMAGE MPY THOUSANDS.Fears tors at 125 ooo oo. of Applicatwo; lor Tax Deed Cnder Section 8 ol
1 Reports are coning la aftlr tome out. It is delightfully crisp and period FOURTH.iafl7: The corporation shall exist for a Chapter 488, Uws of Florida.

tt int r1or.:adircg to CIA general dan wholesome. A few slices buttered is a FIFTH: The years.officers who will conduct the UOTICE IS HiiRBBY GIVEN THAT W. Co -

agfcs and rumor tn til* that wroNAamflSe meal in itself and almost as nutritious business ol the corporation will be a President. 634" TowlI 635.10jc.daiedth:>end. purchaser of Ur eertiaotc* No. +
Vicc-rrnideot a General Manager. Secretary it day ol July. .L D.
we* wrought la portion* at UM as meat. and a Treasurer. These officers will be electedat 1901 and certificate lt$.date nh day .f""f.4 D.

state which Lav. not pet *.sa biRd Orders for Bread, etc., can be more the regular annual meeting ot the Stock has 1599.made lisa filed said certificate in my oftce awl
holders cube Company to be held at Martel. applicatIon for tar deed to issue Ia
from. satisfactorily filled byBENOS' Ptonda. on the second Wednesday in Decem. rSl ;?CWlt5Uw. Said rtifiwte embrace

Expressed for Safety of Vessels fllong OUr Keys ted FftoncoX la t&l of ber the in officers each year who after are this to date conduct and the the compa-names Marion county. Florida: towiiT properly situated in

Ceo to otter places along th coart, BAKERY ny's business until those elected at the first Northwest quarter of northeast quarter or

Coast-Hotels and Summer bar been lerloaaly damagsd, but the eection! shall qualify are: north half ot lot a. section 3 township 14 range
Residences W. B. Johnson president. as. -Southwest quarter of the northwest quarter
low ca not U loaned. I Daniel A. Clark vice-president and general jectionwand northwest quarter of northwC

west aa4 outi of Tampa there LaM manager. quarter section 36 all in township ij. lange 25,
Walter treasurer. and northeast
Ray. of
I (Ire ,Badly Wrecked. coaimaalctloE alli fits reportedthst Jerry Burnett, E. p. Thsgard. secretary. north half 01 quarter lot I, section northeast 3. tow quarter phlp 14-or
SIXTH: The highest amount of indebtednessor range 25.
I ft Mfua St. feterrtHirg. PuctiGonti liability to which the company at any time The said land being;assessed at the date of the

and PuntA fiaasa .uff.rec} lD hbmAr can subject itielrllfiUy thousand dollars (SSo,. issuance of such certificate in the name of Lucy

,: ...J St-p:. 17.-A sever LIVELY FIGHT OCCUR Merchant 000.00)SEVENTH), The names and residences, and Wilcox.rnless Frank laid :McDonlllot certificate and shall parties be redeemed uDknowa

I t a.or= bum th8 guLf regVm reached The damage to the orK&f crop li number of shares to be taken by each of the according to law deed W'\1l war thereoa

it o'clock this K.. Yorfc PUc HI Encounter wIt subscribers are as follows: on the 6th day of October. A. D. 1903
git eitj AUxillSO:, mortb reported to be heavier than at tiathLn1gCan1i W. B. Johnson. Valdosta. Ga, 50 shares. Witness my OciaI signature and meal this the

|. Cherry HUI Cartgl' U Is t2mated cow that Tailoring. Daniel A. Clark. Martel. Fla.. 50 shares. 25tb day of Ang A. D. IQ03.
Walter Ray. Leroy. Flonda, shares.
! It. rila AoU In torrents and waairt New York S i>t'17.-A band of rut e.. loss in some &e<:t1or.e Till be SO Witness the band and seal of 50 the corporators 9 4 Clerk Circuit Court S.T.SISTRCNK.:Marion Co.. FU.

I '.a by A lS-nl'.e gue but by S the flans n.ureb< -'.ni about 31). kixwu tc per cent on this year's crop. Othei Ocala, Florida. the 26th W day B. JOHNSON.ot August.1903. (SEAL). -

tk.dl of (ha wind had receded to 24 the puEc cc the east tiie as the Clienry tropical: fruits were also damaged. It Finest Imported and DANIEL A.CLARK. (SEAL) NOTICE

$ .bI u bour. Up to S a. m. one- Ilia gzc& ecxagtti i2 !i i oofug' affray 'to understoo dtnat pineapple shdda in WALTER RAY. (SEAL).

t i&3toZr&Lat&d fallen. The early today: at Rlv 'tan and El tome sections of the east ooa.sba ve Domestic Cloths. I State of Florida, 1 Notice of Application! for Tax Deed Tnder St c-

um U that tour was 74
J't'O'' vrftZ the atmosphere op- casly vounxldd and his assailant, pursued the plants have been blown out of thAi I Cutting a SpecialtyFits I{ TX. dersigned PERSON authority.CAME BEFORE, B Johnson ME THE, Danie UNJ. W'. A. Priest IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

... i by pollcaiE-en. dli not halt ucth ': ground or covered by sand. Guaranteed. A. Clark and Walter Ray. each of whom is well i dateithewd, purchaser day of ot lax certificate
i known to to be the same whose D. i.g6
TU telegraph and telephone earviceil was brought to the ground by sbullet. In the path of the tornado it is ,' name is subscribed me to the foregoing person articles of and has!made said certificates in my cjficV:
app cation for
bffy cripjilfld. and thcro Is no comaWeat10Q latai tnat fully 15 per cent of & association, and acknowledged; that he execut- in accordance with law. Said tax certificate detd to issue!

trttH Atlantic City. The The battte, according: to the police tie pine trees have been leveled to th 111 McIVES and cL1CKAJ i i; ed for,the signed uses and and sealed purposes the therein said proposed expressed.charter in Marion the following described property situated embraces -

p4artat6nett 1 of the Delaware! and At. i waa the result cf ED old feud between ground, causing great I toss to the turpentine I i. Given under my hand.and seal of office this2dthdayofAugutA.D. Northwest county.quarter Florida"of northeast to-wit: quarter

Uctk! T I lf!t kone company stated that two bands en the Em Stdo. Hundreds Industry, while the general I -, oUo"el E 1903.P. THAGARD tion The 16.said'ownstip land being 14 lange assessed M.
at the
|50 teI.l pbvoui are out ot ervice in AtIkfitie of persona U tte naighborhood were aamaaary Indicates that the fury and i -- :It. '. .f."_A:.-- -- ".. Notary Public State at Large. tbeissuance of such certificate in the name of of
*: ;"r.
aroused by the eicta and two policemen destruction of .:.._", _.., ti..t, Amy Green.
City the storm will cauSE Unless
e: I : t.. J'i"'ot; rt i said certificates shall be redeemed
PuMQiers arriving: from Atlantic eaw the gong running away. Thejfoasd I. losses amounting to hundreds of thou-i x)TICE. accordln to law. lax:deed will issue! thereon ro

CtJ ay the tom there was very StUff !- a rzaci ca tie sidewalk BufferIE sands of dollars. I the nth.!laY of ptemoeI tt-cial A 0. 19"3Witne..s -.
II FUNERAL Notice is hereby given that on the 3910 day my signature and seal this
aad; that the wind unroofed in the apparently from severe wounds: I I September 190?. the undersigned will apply the isth day of Augll:>t. A D. 1903.S. .

Leaving the irjurea they starts:j I t to the Governor of the State ci: Florida for let. T.SlSTRrXK,
lfUhburhoo3 of 50 hotels and cottt man BROKE ALL RECORDS. j Lets patent upon the foregoing proposed char 621 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. lola
in pursalt of the one whom they be
: ter.
( 'a A. G. McCausland, superiatentftl I DIEECTOR.S.

ot the Atlantic CUf railroad ar- llerid to tare caused hia wound. .', Torrential Rains Visit Alabama and i I W.DANIELA B. JOHNSON.: CLARK, I

rTv4 from C3pe May at 9:50 o'clock ruaans! fight ensued aad the mir Georgia Great Damag: ; _._, I I a zS WALTER RAY NOTICEi

that the the storm finally fell wlti a shot through thE Atlanta.: : Ga., Sept 16.-Reportitrhich : ,
aa4 rnwrUnl fury o RcL ..fiuu.11: >' i" :...,0--cet', vi' Hiiinit i
tier waj Wlrr'C ccetd. A bans body. V'::ea the police returne-l tc tare been received by the 1oa. ., 0 every l. ort.H.oL a TaM Al tttats- : NOTICE. Application for Tax Deed Cnder Section 3

bE14t w&$ :uofeU, the Queen Anne tie &ceca c! the, Sght they foun ththe weather turetu that heavy rains t.av I lr.r..t'i-.i i iI I 1 VOTICE Chapter IS HEREBY 4868, Laws of Florida

f'tlrt..l p1er! was partly! testroyefl acd first: victim! hod cradled away Tisitsi the southwestern portlong o: :i Embalming to Order. ; Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section -11' ::)tovcns i purchase!01 GIVEN tax certHicatc THAT:'io.: J. 2jJI E. .

I tu2b"T of cottaeea were daruiseJ.Al : Iinter a man was ficSed np; in tto Ec>v7-- Georgia, aSd the eastern districts ol : 8.Chapter 4s.'!., Laws of Florida. dated hcatc the Nos 2l!day ot ;u;>- A. I,. is.and cent-
I I 547 545. dated the
&y il'\"f1er! wound.fuIJoutc Alabama In -- Notice U hereby gien that Francis :'1. Williams has filed i$t day of july.
the ralw rad
some .
1901. certificates
t8lt-\.PJ' l wires to ti const are reported I NOTICE. purchaser oi? Tax CertiScaces: Nos. 1404. has made in mv office, and

down acd some suburban trol- ; the usual custom anong: have broken all previous records, and 1 1I 1I Gated the ist dav 01 July. A. lJ. 1899; 2231 2232, I with application law. said:totax certificates deed tlisbue embrace in acconlance .

the rcug'ts wto are identified with tit cotton are badly damaged U I 1214, dated April ;3rd. A. D. 1893. and 2:32.:: 2237 the following deecnfced
crops ; property| situated
kr lines idle because c! in
arc .
prcstrat- Ol '\ U. IV2 ,
I Nouce of Application for Tai Deed under Sec. :* 3. April 5th. 3000. 3001. 500 Marion county. Florida
4tra. "Cherry IiI gana" the wounded mar I being! teared: that the loss will prove I I tion &of Chapter 4isi. Laws ot Florida. |!i 3013, 3<.i4. dated ;th cay of AusfuM, A. D. 1599 I Southwest quarter of njrthea:

retusej to tilk to tie police aot tht nomous In aome sections. ,XTOTICE IS IIEREnCIVEX THAT R. A. ',, of and July:003.A.25/1.D. 2511 iSoi.}. 2621 hjs,filed 2&S,stid dated cerincates the ist day in I tion sand east half of northeast quarter quarter except see- ,.

I Xi Bu:lord, purchaser. Tax Certificates Xos. | s-3utJe8stquarternfsoutn'a-t quarter of nortbcv -
ghL Tte storm lias ramahed central : my office and has made af>p'ica'ion tor tax .
GALE& AT PHILADELPHIA. 27-iJ. 2795 and 2! tear Montgomery, Ala., since! yesterday I) 1901 hali tied said cettiicate in my office, i I'I tiricates embrace the following descnbed northwest quarter except commencing; 150 vard*
property of
JACK FKCS7 IN THE WEST. and is and nas made application tax deed to issue situated in Marion countFlorida : east ;soutnwe corner of southeast quarter of
central :
cow over eastern
*al"! F.U-In Torr r ts-Telegraph Scrvlic In accordance with law. Said certificates embrace I I quarter sectiou 15, townshio :]. range
Alabama and N'ortbwestem Georgia. j the lollowog described property situ : Southeast quarter of northeast quarter section: 23. tncncc cat 2M yards. aorth no yardswrti
Crippled.RkUadelphia. Florida towit i 14. southeast quarter of southwest quarter of 'I 220 yards.S. no yds all in township
atM Marion 1 13
in couatv range 23.
Sept. 17.-The follow. Cro p. ct Corn May Suffer Considerable: The storm has Increasei In energy West 2-3 of lot 7 and lots 6 southwest Teagues ,,: northeast quarter section 11, north half of The said land being assessed at the d.te of the ,.
Damage. and caused abnormal rains in Resurvey of lots 54. 59 60 Caldwell's addition. I I northwest quarter northeast quarter of secI .i issuance of such certificates in the names of ,
1:( Cjniaea was brought to this city Ocala. All of except 65 fret north and south 'I tion 24, east half of northwest quarter of south. naknown F J Steele: F. V.MXatn.: Vnle!
totay frua Atlantic:: Cty by train; Omaha, Neb., Sept. IS.-Frost wasgeiierai those sections of Gtsorgla and Alabama by 220 feet east and west on north end of lot 15 'I I I east quarter of southwest quarter section 24, said cartificatcs shall be redeemed according to i
last night over Nebraska andwttern I j At Griffin. Ga.. the rainfall for th Dunn's ooithwest addition Ocala. Lots A and j' southwest quarter of southeast quarter of southwest law, tax deed will issue thereon on the igth
A erce southeast 8torn swept the B sub of lot Dunii's northwest addition to 'I quatter section 13, northeast quarter ofsouthwe't day of September.A. Ii. 1903.
9 '
Iowa. Two-thirds of thE past 24 hours was 5.3J Inches.QultmD Ocala quarter and northeast quarter of Witness my official signature and seal this the
Xv Jtraey coast today and wrought counties of this state frosts Ga. The said land being assessed at the date of southeast quarter section 23. southeast quarter Sth day of August. A. D 1903.
: report j !!. Jsches of rain baafallen
northwest east half ol southwest
Vet 3amag At 3 o'clock this morn- the issuance of such certificates in the names ol quarter : I S.T.SISTRCNK.
but In a very large portion of them and southweaiera Georgia has S. w. Teague and Florida West Coa t Improve. quarter of northwest quarter and northwest 814 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., FU.
k| a windstorm preceded by a heavytcPwDpol i of southwest of northwest ,
quarter quarter -
shall be quarter
said certificates
it light on to skies. The uffared from the ment Co Unless
was ing cloudy torrential I
downpour. section east nan of northeast quarter of
? of rain! which b ted until I redeemed according la*. tax deed will issue 36.
aSect on the corn crop ia uncertain j Ai Valdoata, Ga, In the southwest- thereon on the 24th day of Octohe', A. D. 1903. { southeast quarter section *3. northeast quarter. NOTICEof
I o'clock. This was followed by ELctUr southeast quarter of southwest quarter section
but In localities the 13 Ie i iUoved of Witness my otbcial signature ana seal this the
moat crop wn portion the state the hardest 13. northwest quarter of southeast quarter
tnrrlcane the wind reaching a 12th day of September. A. D. 1903.
: .1 I section half ofI
southwest north
ioclt/ of 70 miles an hour. Feara to be beyond severe Injury. rain In years fell yesterday, [SIALI] ST.. SISTRCNK north half of quarter northean quarter 13 of northeast Application for Tax Deed Cnion Section'! 8 of

f of vessels The cotton crop U badly damaged I 9 IS Clerk Circuit Court "{anon County, Fla I. quarter section 24 south half of north half oi Chapter 41)SS, Laws of Florida.
art txyrwiwi fur tafety
DesMoines, Iowa, Sept. 17.-The first throughout the state acti island belt in northeast: quarter of northeast quarter section is HIRfBYGI\"F.<
SorI UM "coast but as the city is now NOTICE. I 24. west half of northeast quarter of southeast NOTICE THAT JOSEPH
frost ot the season fell this morning. Georgia, and the loss to that crop quarter H water section 13 northwest quarter purchaser Tax Certificate No.
cumpetel cut off from telegraphic I U37 dated the th day of SOT.. hat
southeast quarter oi section 23, southeast A. D. 195
The weather bureau is of the opinion will extend Into the Florida belt
re bled said certificate in
isl t l phon4 communication no lefteiU I quarter ol southeast quarter except north half my office.: and has made
that the crops of corn will suffer COB? I gion. It Wbom it May Concern: I of southeast quarter of southeast quarter of application for tax deed to issue in accordance
cw. can te obtained from the XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE southeast quarter section 25 southwest quarter i. with law. Said certificate embraces the follow
giderably. The temperature at Sloui Tte track of the Atlantic Coast Line ino described
property situated ia
ttrion. maritime! and I1t -l&vlng sU- 1" Florida Central & Peninsular JUilroad southeast quarter section 25. northwest quar- Marion
city wai S4 d srees abore; at Omaha, bet/ween Quitman and Dixie is uaw Company has filed in this office a list of lands ter of northeast quarter and north halt of north county. Florida. to-wit.
Coca. In thla city the damage thai situated in the township described below. and west quarter section 36 all in township 17, North half of north half of 82 and at DeeMoinea. 40 this morn ni. water It U that section
and reported tratficU ,
jr Ownship 15 range
wlU amount hat applied for a patent for said lands; that the range 26. 24-
vu the gal
wroui&t by
Grain reports declare that a strip oicountry disarranged.! list u open to tie public for inspection aDd a The said land being assessed at the date of issuance The said ol land such being certificate assessed in at the date of the
to doll&ra.Tl the of
thoutaLda of name Frank
macjr from Fonda Rockwell tttjia copy thereof by descriptive subdivisions the issuance of such certificates in the names Moses. Unless said
to certificate
hotel Strand it uld to hartUa been posted in a convenient place in this office Ot Manger& A very. 31. M.Sexton,Curtis Grubb acc2rding to law tax deed hU be redeemed -
the northwest suffered from lastatrhfi Many Wrecks Are Sighted. fur the inspection of all persons interested J. W. Fry H. Simmons.. H. Waters. Anchor thereon on the itth day of September.A.will O,issue
the extent ol $20.toO. and ol the public generally. and narties unknown. 1903.
Il.m1ceJ to Land Co., 1'homosfarks!
frost, but tie damage was not Havana, Sept. NJ.- Th* captain o1 Within the next sity days following the date Unless: said certificates shall be redeemed Witness my official sIgnature and seal this the ...
Tt. 014 EmpIre theater. tbs 3rd day of August A. D.
aa serious as might be imagined. "A. the steamer Vigilance from New York, : of this notice protests or contests against the according to law tax deeds will issue thereonon 1903.
ttw BirGett. the hotei! Rudolph ChriH claim of the company to any tract or subdivision the loth day October. A. D. 1903. S.T.SISTRCNK
1 Iowa is threatened with frost, saidJ. which arrived here yesterday, reports within any MCtijn or part of section. Witness my official signature and seal this the 73 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co.,FU.

*> Tounta. Marlborough a&d. Wlndsr. R. Sage, director of the Iowa weather that the vessel sighted many wrecks described in the list, on the ground that the 3rd day nf September, A. D. wj. I
*w all more or UM damaged. The same is more valuable lor mineral than for ajf- 94 S. T. SISTRUNK: NOTICE
ant) crop service. "Fully twc on the Florida coast, one of them be- ncultural purposes. will be received and noted Clerk Circuit Court,Marion count), Fla.EXECUTOR'S .
laaxnw reat id vc. of J. O. Adam at for report to the General Land Office at Wasn- '.
weeks of weather are needed to 10 miles north of
warm Ing Jupiter, where a In the Circuit Court ol the Fifth Judicial Cir
Ut1rOOd wrecked a well ingtou. O. C.
WM partially *
ripen the corn crop.1th; such a schooner has been wrecked. Her W. G. ROBINSON aegister. cuit of the State of Florida in and for
4l ttmy othera oa the main l&a J. HENRY S. CHCBB Receiver, NOTICE TO ICREDITORSAND
condition staring us in the face the crew is ashore. Further south the OTHERS. Marion County In Chancery.

A boot at TeiM and Atlantic arWM situation! is very graye." Standard OH barge is stranded and Florida Central& Peninsular Railroad Lands, Revana Ghe. FlamtiS. vs. Solomon Che, de
talltt demoliih aad hrown Gainesville Land District. fendant.
50 miles south a Spanish steamer from Florida.
Bllboa la broken In two. Still furthei Township Range. ,legetees, distributees and all persons I herein named. Solomon Ghe, be and he I U
':per story of the Moday apartment south a 4-masted schooner Is ashore. t5 23 having claims or demands against the estate of hereby required to appear to the bill of com

loait u Fairfax and SRouth Carolina Dr Paul Jones of c.mden Ala., le4 P't NE# and P't SiJ! Section 19. 9 it 9! CHARLES E "BSO deceased. that they and plaint in said cause on or foreJ.mday
each of them.are called upon and required to the sti day of (OrioLe.A. D. /JOJ.
Uelillfli were blown off and several while his brother. General Richard C SNOWSTORM IN THE WEST.PorTwentyFoir present their claims against the said estate to It is further ordered that a copy of this order
the undersigned as executor of the test will and
ftoons injured. The Champion Jcnes. was being buried. NOTICE te published once a week for five consecutive
testament of Charles E Abaon,deceased within
weeks in the UCala Banner.
iartment house was damaged as well A negro beiiered to be from Aagusti Hour F .ther Flake Iwo years Irom this late as required by law This the 13th day of August. A. D 1903.
the ill be
otherwise same forever b.rred.
U the hotel Dunlop and YOUn'iOceanPIer. Ga., was cut to pieces and Have Been Palling.Qjeyemie of Application for Tax Deed Under Section S of EDW. HOLDER. S T. SISTRt::'>K.

Many parilllons along the en- thrown from the window of an excursion WTO, Sept 16.-A heavy Chapter 4'ISS. Laws of Florida Executor olla!t will and testament of CharlesE 8 31 Br Clerk Circuit Court.
! Abson.deceased. H. C. SISTRCSK, D. C.
; Eft length o! the board walk have beentotally triin. on the Atlantic Coast Lln snowstorm has been In progress here NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN of THAT Tax Certificate \ Ocala Fla., July loth. A.D 1903. 7-10-81 EDWI.N SPENCER
Pratt -
purchaser Platntlffsttornev..
I \ : 1 demolished and the city beaoh near Wilmington, N. C. ilnee Sunday and shows no disposition No. 1874.; dated the ist day of July, A. D. .
trott Ii ttrewn with wreckage. Hun- 1901 has filed said certificate in my office, and
The cases of ex.Q<>veroor Taylor, ex of abating. baa made application for tax deed to issue in NOTICE
dz.d* of trees and signs were blown Secretary of State Findley and John A great deal of BOW has fallen, but accordance with law. Said certificate embraces NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL _
too.. the following descrided property situated in SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE
aad thousands of window lights Powers, charged with complicity ic rt meiUi almost aa soon as it strike Marion county. Notice Application for Tax Eeed Under section -

\r'otfD i by the force of the storm. Electric the Goebel murder conspiracy, have the ground. Lot 36 Becket Plantation Plat Book A, page S, of Chapter 4$$$, Laws of Florida.

pwww has been shut off in order S6. section 27 township 16. range 22. IS HEREBY GIVEN".THAT THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS.
Frankliort. Ky. an. From Laramie comes reports of I date of the NOTICE
been called at The said land being assessed at the executor oi the last will and "" purchaser of Tax: Certificate No.
:: :'to t,ert accidents. HeInz 'Pier and I IJ Itkntieu''i continued. tall of 18 Incites of s&ow during the issuance ol such certificate in the name ol testament of JOHN.. COLE.deceased will on icoo dated the 6th day of August. A. I>. 1900.
party CnVnown. Unless said certificate shallbe has filed said certificate in office and lisa
carousel were also dam The national Irrigation con -re* convened paM 24 beurs. Reports from the coua redeemed according to law, tax deed will .. the iSth day of February A. D. /oo/ nude application for tax deea my to issue in accordance -
i4.d. Tile trolley line is tied up and try stAte that the grain crop in Al issue thereon on the lytb day of October A. D. make final settlement of his accounts and apply with Kw. Said certificate embrace
tikesi at Ogden Utan. ye.trday. 1903. I for final discharge Such final settlement and the following described property situated in
: is almost ai a tandstill. The ...... QltIlJdy has been ru1e .. sad seal this
The Russian monastery at Jenua. ,Vitncssmy official signature application to be made to the: county Judge of Marion county. Florida to-wit: Sombwe-t
1 t.h.eta were flooded with water and the 9th day of Sept. A. D 1903. Marion county,at Ocala. Florida quarter of the northeast quarter section 19
4th lam has been sckea by a Mohammedan : 5.T.SISTRCNK. 5286in J. M. LIDDFLL township 17 range 23.
Public schools held no sessions. mob and all the monks murdered. Well Known Artist Dead. _____9 ii Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co Fla. D. A. MILLER. The said land being assessed at the date of
A:1 trains! late and the telegraph the issuance of such certificate ia the name otUnknown.
j are -" -- --- ------
Eleven lives have been lost la a tin New York Sept 15.-otto Sarony NOTICE. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
1 j eD&ales are sending their business NOTICE according to law. tax deed
Christiana Norway. who, for nearly 30 years hal an international wl issn
) 'r ntuenfert to outside points forn it thereon on the 2iih day of August, A. 7003.
tZnImtiaton. Postmaster General 'Payne refuse reputation for his work !. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec. Witness my officl.fgnature and seal this the
t \ Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 2ist day of .
called for bj portrait photography is dead at hi. boil S, of Chapter, 4SSS, Laws of Florida. 1903.S.
the T.
n I U reported that the power houseJ to produce papers 8Chapter 4S Laws of Florida, SISTRCNK.
It wouid home In this city from phthisis. Hi IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT T E. 7 Clerk Circuit Cnn Marion Pla.
the grounduthat 2
the Suburban Traction at Beavers on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT CHAS.
j company the son of Napoleon Sarony, the purchaser of Tax certificate ;:.i",. NOTICE
P-UactTlll i miles from here was be a physical Impossibility, as the papers was 2411.247J. 2476.2873: dated the nh cay of August.A. purchaser of tax: certificate No.
well knows dated the td day of Nov. A D. 6. has
and i>
the country. crayon artist was D., 1&99, has filed said certificate in my office -33. ? ,
IVlUW'I over bled certificate in office and made
'; down The meadow between are members of the theatrical roteasion. and has made application for tax deed to issue in said my application
at Chicago U among for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
\hle Is movement Said certificates embracethe
Tiere a accordance with law.
: city .ad PleawintTUle 'are under law. Said certificate embraces the following Notice of Application for Tax Deed Coder
described situated in
: .u.r, causing oouldarabl. delay to call for volunteers from the rfcaki o4 Marion following county FloridA. to property wit: described property situated in Marion tion 8 Chapter*SSS,Laws of Florid S

Groa4: trd1e.i the night Templar to go to Bufctrii Had Fight With Catamount I Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and county.South FloridA.half of to-wit southwest: quarter section: IS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THT MRS.
Tenn. Sept 15-A special northwest quarter of southeast quarter and I purchaser of tax cerfic No.
Turki. Knoxvllle L
tad flrht th. township 14 south, range 21 east. I
north half of southeast quarter of southeast! I 1377. dated the tat day ot July iot,
land assessed at the'date of A
Sentinel from Middlesboro, section and north half of northwest The said being has filed certificates in and
27. has
to The quarter sid my ;
i His Own Pistol KIIII Hln the issuance oi such: certificate in the name of
of northwest quarter. section and made application for tax deed to issue in
: 0p.l1k& Ala. Sept. 17.-Ellis Prince Emory College Opens Fall Tenn. Ky. sass J. F. Cunningham, a photographer quarter southeast quarter of northwest quarter 35 section E. W. Agnew ot Co. Unless said certificate ccrdance with law. Said certificate s ae-
; College. Oxford. Ga.. Sept. fight with monster oat township 16. ,.. and northwest shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed the following described embr
Emory had a a range quarterof property
I *011 known young man of this coun, 35 will issue thereon the 3rd day oi Oct.A.I). .itU
will her southwest quarter section IS, township 17, Marion county. Pi. -wit East half oi north
M tr. met death M the result of an &cc IB.-Emory college open amount in the edge .of the city this range 24 1003. ball of l 20, southwest
1 quarter
official and
seal this the
' I the beginning of h.r C6th said land being assessed at the date of my Park section
4" dent doors for morning. He killed the animal with a The except 13 Hyde si all in town
: | H. WM in the bun hunUnllit the issuance of such certificate in the name of 27th day of August A. D.I'03. ship 1$.range 22 The said land being auessad
session "on Wednesday. The prospecU rock. Cunningham was coming to Land & H S.?. SISTJl K.
i aadwhile bendicf ever to pull uj Henning Improvement Co.. W. at thedateoftheissuanceofauchcett.Scatesliathe
8 $ Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
In recent Ellis and Unknown. Unless aicertificate 2 of Unknown and
:- for the largest attendance MlUdtoboro when the catamount Tandy. RJ. < name Laurence Hnebner.
>Plank. a pistol In Lis pocket fell all shall be redeemed according to Unless said certificate shaH be redeemed accor-
.rt.n.h'.Duner strtltmc and U. pistol years Is very bright. an4 unless aprang, upon him. He knocked tre : deed will issue thereon on the istb day of dingtoIawtaxdeedbtl issue taeroa on the
< signs fillmore students will register Animal .off and hit Him in the head October.A. Du. IQOV Dispatches from, Alaska confirm 28th day of Ang p. 1903.
iNsUr| 4, killing aim !IneUntry. Uts < Witness my official signature and.seal this, the Witnc signature and seal this the
:. -. ton of FraAk Prince eae 'oiaott Wednesday thaa on any similar day with A rock one blow proving fataL 15th day of September A. D. 1903. the report of rich coal and oil finds day. July A.D. 1903.
U. Influential aad *bMt knows CM-, the Daft five y ars. YIS Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co. Fla. in that section. 72 Clerk Circuit Coon Marion SISTRCNK.Co.Via,

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A. E H. REPLIES TO PETE. i'3'"," "4" " 1" " t 1 ,!t ,," 1 1 " " " " '

Eureka, &pt. 15, 1903.: ...
"?0 the Eitto:of the Ocula! tanner.Iu ....
"PeleV1 article to the Bannerntweek a-. ..
] htaled "OLlya Joke", we 'I i "' "''''"
2'e reminded of the little boy who 1Rmnrm"r THE TEAPOT GROCERY.
&vv a picture o i his date,and seeing f" ::: JAKE' .
1 tat all that wa m ognizab'e: about it = | ABE | ../) ::::: ;|- ;...._.
yes the taU, wrote beneath it, "Thisi I
= % UU1UULUu! ::
: "
% a horse. ....
We muit admit that we are impen- ....
:_ ruble! to ajoke when it in any way
4 its uaju-st reflections upon oar home I..' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED '
?x>ple,but for fear it may again be
t Slid of us that we are impenetrableto ....
"Pete's" last .
a joke, we accept
article as joie,pure and simple, as :
we do no:believe in taking up valua- [HE NEWEST novelties in Fancy Groceries |
b'e space in oar county papers in a I i
jtercoual controversy.The .
Banner far and near, and !i $
goes T

aay that little causes wrangle anger today in a and neighborhood is forgotten :: :i are arriving every day, and among them |

tomorrow is better left out of the 11
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justly newepaptrs.bow much has: scheming been No difference brought has been about how done un nor :H 'W :;1, will be found something to please everybody 3i I

to bring it about,injustice and hatred II .....
---- ---
w Jl bring their own reward and time "

always We would show advi-e right from"Pete" get hit. no matter how fastidious. Prompt service is one of 3E

Bible and read from verse 12 to 'JO of tl ......

T the goes 6th tJ hi churcb chapter Las a Bibl, of at Proverbs.least,a* we we know beard We suppose h he?- lr-- our hobbies, and nothing else will be tolerated here. i

di t not many moons 110. IP- ...0
A. E. H. +1

Hit Colic Life ,Saved Color and by Diarrhoea.Chamberlain's = Remember, we guarantee satisfaction, and refund |

B.L. Byer,a well known cooper, of .....
this town,says he believes in Chaw
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy saved hia life last sum- your money if goods are not as represented. 3
mer. He had been sick for a month I
with what the doctors called: bilious ....
dysentery,aud could get nothing to ..... !
do him any good until Le tried this
remedy. It gave him limmediate relief
," Pays B. T. LjtUe, merchant, i
V Hancock gist ana,medicine Md. For dealers.bale L>y all drug.m | ABSOLUTELY PURE .

A Political Window. iF- ::1

W.merchant H.Goebel,,of an Santa enterprising Fe, N.hardware M., !ft'NE WOULD certainly have to be somewhat of a neologist I I

recently had a wiudow display which _
attracted much attention.: Mr. Goe to coin two words that mean more to the housekeeper than 31
bel called it a democratic: window,"

of and, iLe the j-roveclitfe way he 1 regards candidates the chances for thtreldentia1noUllllatioD P--=- O the words "Absolutely Pure"when it comes to describing I

} by that partyW&s

very clearly made kLown. The edibles yet we say without any hesitation that we handle 3 !
: V window was tolled with stoves of vaV -
.... ,
riou size The Invest of the collection -
he labeled Cleveland. Other, tt the nearest this sort that money can buy, This may 3j;:

consecutively smaller, were designated .....'
Gorman, Bryan, Hearst and Parker
,in the order named. The chances seem like an extravagant statement but to prove it to your own satin
0 the last two named are not regarded '
with much confidence,as theyare t faction try (if you have not already done so) our Famous

represeute 1 by two camp stove .....J

The ment display, which occasioned,however, goes no little to prove com Royal Scarlet Canned Goods None Better. !

that a stove merchant is not verymuch ,
of ....
a political prophet.

"I have Stomach been troubled Trouble. with ill)' Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Unexcelled.
etojaach for the past four years, I
says D. 1.. Beach, of Clover Xi>ok -4.
Farm,Greenfield,Mass. "A few day .1
ago I was induced ao buy a box of
CbamberlainV Stomach and Liver Heinz's Catsup Pickles Preserves Etc. Us
Tablets. I have taken pan of then ,
and feel a great deal t etter." If j ou
have any trouble with your stomach .....
try a box of these tab'.l'ls. You ore ... ...
certain to be pleased with tin n lllr. -tIE

For dealers sale by all druggists and medicine m CARRY the most complete line of Hay Grain and feed :

W.nts Informa.icn. rte .....
ttli -
... A subscriber of tie Ocala Banner -
living :iu New York, writes us aAllows > of every Description in this section and will give .

'.I should like to read in the Banuer .1
.. every week an article of suitable our customers the lowest possible prices consistent with !"
length demonstrating the beuetii& --
which an honest white man may .J
derive from MttUng: la Mariou -: a 1 legitimate profit, Examine our goods and get our prices
County. There is quite a number here -4
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who want to go south this winter and

I Marion tell them county that, Florida.the place" to go is f and you will surely see that it will be to your advantage to buy of us !

q The Banner will be pleased to print
any article sent in on the above line for we have the best the market affords i
Let u-i have them,not too lengthy, F +
however,and ta the\olnt.Mrs. I "" 1
-"" ,
M.Ci Jahan returned Wednesday 1
from Atlanta, where she has 0 'IGROCERYO
ben visiiiug her sister for the past I
two months. During the latter part '
of her stay >he enjoyed a delightful ,
visit from her brother,Maj. Emmett I
Davidson,of Charlotte,N. C., formerly f

of this city. s A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors.PAGE :

China iuit tnrd stands! ;china tr-- .J,,
U'at poou.holdt-; china toothpick I I --""
stands china wit and I.- -1
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Ocala etaade.pepper Bazar.stands Just ;opened chiua at teapot" the I " {,." " ""t"" " .,," " .!"Il" 6"1" '." " ,"



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