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:
June 17, 1904
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
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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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)Ir. and Mrs. Jake Brown, has R. Smith, from Ocala, arrived last .
TAKE gone to Jacksonville to visit relativesfor night to take charge of of L. and J. : When SL Bee Lights, !I

a short while. Simmons, colored, who are wantedfor :

It I Daniel's Tonic Pills j jfc Mrs. C. E. Herrick, of Crystal committing rape. The prisonerswere J And stays there, there's \honcy in the flower t

River and her Miss captured at West Palm Beach J Possibly you have observed that customers stay J
guest, Mary
i>r For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. s by sheriff Frohock.-Miami Evening I { with J
i S 3 Kirk, of Brooksville, spent the day in :

-- -- Ocala Tuesday. Record. iUNROE a CHAMBLISS, BANKER | I
Orange trees! 1500 nursery trees,

--- .- .... -10 1i-- Miss May Turnley returned to Ocala budded to pineapple, oranges tanger- OCALA, FLORIDA \
from Palmetto where she .
Tuesday ,
--_ I,... --a_ has been relatives since the ines, and grape fruit, for sale. The .....................44..............e................
== ... --a visiting stock is five years old and trees from

-- ........ .. .y ....... .. .. I"(L6r \ r closing of school several weeks ago. three to I
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"" '" r- eight high. Price fl.50 .....,.....-_.. -.- :f'"t' "; ,. .
J\% --0 We have a nice line of toilet art- each for cash. Address the Clifford

=-= < > t. 1 r =-= icles and :you will do well to call on Orange Co. Citra, Fla. 610 2w The Portable Saw. Mill is the Coming MilL
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.-.. us before buying elsewhere. Tydings OUR MILL IS THE COrlINCPORTABLE
J1 The people of Lake City are prais-
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-- ing Rev. Henry W. Little, of this
-- Dr. W. C. Lindsay returned yesterday MilL.
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-_-- city very highly for his baccalau-
1 afternoon from Lake Weir, wherehe
reate sermon and it is the universal

| POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. f went to complete arrangementsfor opinion that it was the finest sermon It is a portable mill that is really portable. Makes perfect F
the union Sunday school picnic lumber Capacities 2.000 to 5,000 feet per day
ever delivered before the university.
=" Prescriptions receive careful attention === n
Friday. The doctor
-- certainly acquitted him- Nlrl
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l1 ii jl jl jl jl jl Jl jl jl jl jl,., jl jl jl ji jl jl ji jl jl jl1jl1"I The next visit to Ocala of Dr E. T. self very handsomely I
Allen, the eye, ear, nose and throat \
-- surgeon of Tampa will be Thursday Miss Daisy Xurney, of Suffolk, Va., '{_ <', .
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"> A !IIiP June arrived in
23rd Montezuma hotel. Ocala Tuesday and will /, i

spend a couple of weeks with her sister I" t.. t e-...iL f.I'J-.L-:.'. t(
Deputy Sheriff Geo. R. Smith has C!
David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE q.- j;: ;
Mrs. Jack Camp.Iiss Nur- .. .
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returned from Miami with two colored fli -' --
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ney spent several weeks in Ocala i'l !:. .-- ,
prisoners who are wanted here.' J"'l. -' ,t' I. '...'
LAN S.l They were captured at West Palm last summer and the many friends she :j.. '-',",:v-c<-'...-.....!.>:.tL-i'j" -- .. 'i --,.)',.f_ .

,j Feach. made then are giving her very cor- '; .

dial welcome to the city.
Tell your physician to have your '---.-- @

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or t.I I prescriptions filled at our store. We Col. W. S. West, who owns a large

lease on royalty communicate with him. I M MOffi have a full line of pure drugs, and a mill at Levon in this county,and whois TAKE YOUR MILL TO THE LOGS.

trustworthy man to put them up. a member of the Georgia senate, Can be set and ready to saw in two hours. Variable Fric

I Tydings & Co. x was injured at Valdosta a day or two tion Cable Feed. Stationary Mills, any capacity. Portable

next to Dr.Smith. Postoffice Block. Ocala,Fla.i; Mrs. Gordon S. Scott and daughter, ago by being thrown from a carriageinto and Stationary Engines, Railway, Mill and Factory Supplies.

:Miss Louise Scott, returned home a ditch, his horse havjng become WRITE US TO-DAY.
Friday afternoon from a week's visit frightened by an electric car. Col.
West's forehead and chin received ,
to White Springs, where they were
5ASA ELIZABETH HABSIS, Local Editor :Mr.: and Mrs. D. A. Clark and baby, -
guests at the "Hamilton." ugly gashes and his his left arm was ALBANY, GEORGIA.FOlEIMOMMAJc -
of Martel, spent Tuesday in Ocala
badly broken, the elbow being crushed. -
the guests of Mr.and Mrs.T. H. John- Mrs. C. L. :Moore: has gone to her
HAPPENINGS\ ABOUT TOWN. The accident happened about a
son. old home Missouri:: to spend the
block from his home, and he '
-- --- was :
summer with relatives. She will visit fflJEBSiBNEYCU;
A. S. Anderson, of Dunnellon, was Mr. D. W. Dads returned home quickly moved and medical attention ,
the St. Louis fair before returning ,.to<< F,a he C-K.#H and heal"U.r>,, Y***cs W'd''e'&nl'Bln1'r.-
in the city Tuesday. Tuesday from various points in south- summoned.
home. .
ern Florida, where he had been for I .---" ---___ J b" _
W. D. Cam is visiting Jack;
several days. :Mrs.: J. A. Pittman has gone to

tlomille.I ... -- Nashville, Tenn., to spend several m e- l-I II

I Tyding's & Co., have a full line of Miss Georgia Smith, who has been weeks with friends and relatives. She 1 I I
spending two weeks with :Mrs.: G. W.
box of all discriptions. x I
fancy paper will also attend the confederate vet-
Watson at Crystal River, returned i
Mr. Tom Jones returned TuesdayS erans re-union in that city.
home Wednesday.Rev. .
from a visit to his mother at Irvine. :Mrs.: L.B. Tydings, of Anthony, returned MCALL4''

W. M. Wamboldt of Jacksonville
I Tuesday from a several week's
Mrs. Henry Robinson, of Jackson
spent a few hours in Ocala visit to Tallahassee, Carrabelle and
ville, visiting her daughter, Mrs. BAZAR
Tuesday en route to his home from other points. She is now the guest
A. H. Marsh.
Inverness. __ .. I I of her son, Mr. C. R. '( ings.
Miss Blanche Hall and her mother, PA17ERNSWe
Troy Hall, son of Mr. and :Mrs.: T. The reading club met Tuesday
of Candler, were visiting in the city
C. Hall, who attends the Universityof afternoon with :Mrs.: J. J. Gerig and
Tuesday. .
Florida at Lake City, arrived spent a very pleasant and profitable
Mrs J. B. Cutler has returned froma
home Wednesday afternoon.Mr. .
afternoon. Next week the club will

ten days'isit with Mr. Cutler at ,------ meet with Mrs. G. R, :\lcKean.Irs. We have just received a full line ofMcCall's
Dunnellon.Mr. Henry Sistrunk has been quite j I I

ill at Montbrook, where he has been ) Christie and baby, of Lowell, G
Neil Weathers is assisting )Ir, Patterns
visiting his parents. He has now came to Ocala Tuesday to see her
S. T, Sistrunk in the clerk's office .
gone to White Springs for the bene- mother, :Mrs.: C. L. :Moore before her
for a few days. ,
fit of his health. departure Misoouri.. :Mrs. Chris-

Messrs. Hall and Liddon are ship- i tie will visit her father and sisters
A party of the younger society boys ,
hundred crates of
about two
and girls gave a very delightful bowl- for a short while before returning And from now on we will be able to sell you
cantaloupes daily.
I ing party at the alley Tuesday night. Mrs. Aukerbauer, who has been .

Mr. B. S. Weathers, of Floral City, i Mrs. Lee Miller chaperoned the party. spending the past six months at Ho- any pattern in any size that you may want. .

\, spent Wednesday with, his parents, I. mosassa with her mother, Mrs.Wheeler S i :
:\11'. W. Allsopp who has been in
Mr. and Mrs.-.-B.--A. Weathers. I Jacksonville for some months, passed returned to her home in Xew York S Mail i Orders on patterns solicited,

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder, of through Ocala Wednesday afternoonon Tuesday. Her mother accompaniedher
I I to Ocala. send us the price of a pattern and we will
Dunnellon, were at the Ocala House his way home at Weirsdale.

Tue day. I! The prettiest and ruo+t upto-date
I! Mr. W. C. Bull, chief of Ocala' line of hox for ladies' send same to you on the next train. .
piper correspondence
The Elks held their regular .
!!,i fire department, is back from a week's can be had at Tyding8 & f
several :
Tuesday night and new mem- j i i visit to his wife, who fs a guest of her Company's and the prices are reasonable Sead us your name and we will mail you a
initiated. I
bers were too. *
I I parents on Cherry Lake near Madi

Mrs. J. :\Meffert and children left I :Mr.: Frank Harris returned home catalog McCail's Patterns freeS

Tuesday for Seabreeze, where they son.Mr.. Hearst is said to have spent Tuesday from Lake City and Jack- .

expect to remain all summer. $1,500,000 in his campaign for the sonville. He says that a great num- S. .. .' of charge I

Hampton Chambers, jr.,has returned i democratic nomination. He must ber of the editors of the state and

from Orange Lake and is now think he is running in a Florida dem- their families are attending the press Send us your orders for Patterns

working at Mr. C. E. Taylors'. ocratic primary.Hon. association and will take in the St. .

Louis trip.
Robert McNamee, who has
Master LaGrange Sistrunk has returned -I ,
I been suffering from an attack of Mr. Clarke P. Cole, an attache of
home from a visit to his grand-
acute indigestion at his home at St. the Atlanta Constitution, made the '"
parents at Montbrook.
Petersburg for several days, is rapidly Ocala Banner office a pleasant call

Messrs Mclver & McKay are adding improving. Tuesday. He will leave in a few days

another story to their large business for Daytona, where he will spend the I THE BOSTON STOREI iA.
Master Louis Walter Benjamin, the
house Magnolia street. remainder of vacation period.Mr. .
I young son of Mr. Simon Benjamin, of

Mr. Edd Carmichael has made an Jacksonville,'who has been spending :: C. L. Bittinger, editor of the ,

addition to bis residence on Fort several weeks in Ocala with his uncle Ocala Evening Star, and his sister,.

King avenue. Mr. Herman* Benjamin, has returned Miss Annie Bittinger are in Jacksonville t M CALL1'

home. attending the Florida Press ,
United States :\Ia
Deputy hall As-I
sociation's meeting. They will 4y
Hamp S. Chambers was at the Brown I Rev. W. :M.: Wambolt, of Jacksonville ZA n.
accompany the editors to St. Louis.
House 'esterda-Gaines\ille Sun. one of the most prominentand
:Mrs.: H. C. Jones and baby and p.
eloquent Baptist ministers in the
Mr. F. Badger Wilder, who was little brother, Willie Sellers, have
state in
was Ocala a short while
shot at Tampa,just after the electiona down to San Antonia to
gone spend a
Friday afternoon. He .his
was on.. I'
f notice of which appeared in this way to Inverness. couple of weeks with relatives. Be- [:

paper, is improving and it is thought fore returning Mrs. Jones will make I

that he will,soon be all right. FOLFI1ONFXAWTARCurc a visit to Tampa and St. Petersburg. e

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TUHPENT1NE AND ROSIN.Our FLORIDA'S UNIVERSITY. ; IRVINE NOTES. GAITERTILLE. Carter's Pond Picnic Mot.. Postponed.t _.,z.ieatttatlaeeaerwttaea

To the Editor of the OclBa .
Large Attendance-Splendid Graduating The longed for ram has come at Last week was the week the farmers Fearing that the letter of Mr. H. S S.J \

Turpentine Operators Reaping a Exercises Growing Institu- last.L.. have been praying for and now that W. Long in your paper of Tuesday rn:4t: t.oA1. a sa:',..tefttarr... t '( ,

Harvest of Gold tio.-8 Brilliant Ball K. Edwards, wife and baby spent the rains have descended they are morning might be confusing to those

The Savannah Naval Stores Review Sunday with relatives near Williston. looking better and working harder. in various sections of the county who PotashIn
Special to the Ocala Banner
Cave & Company, melon Everybody is mellons Carter's Pond
says that few people can well ap- Lake City is filled with strangersand growers busy hauling intend attending the

have shipped thirty-three cars of for which better receivedon wish mem- order deek Mrt ) a
prices are picnic, I to announce, as a to p cad
preciate what thehigherprices of this visitors and the streets present a .
of stu- melons and eleven cars of canta- an average than in any previous ber of the committee of that occasion, j No amoeat of Pboepkufu:
to the naval
season means stores pro- lively appearance, as groups
loupes from here, most of them being that the day. j \c:1: <-> Nitrogen caa com .
ducers of the south, and to ,the sec- dentltiili the color of their classes year. we cannot postpone : r pen

tion of country in which the'do busi and in the'el'). becoming uniform of sold on the track. They are bringing \ Peaches are beginning to ripen very The same has been announced for the I Ii sir : f r a lick ref plash IB

ness. Take the spirits turpentine. the university are seen escorting their fair prices.T. rapidly and of course the early fruit past month and many have signified : frrtiliwr. t .r

to S. Cave, of South Darolina, a always brings the best of prices, and their intention to me of coming. If all
Throughout the past nine weeks the mothers, sisters acquaintances 11)=

market has averaged fully eight centsa i the university. The weather has member of the Cave Company, who all a man needs to make him rich is we should postpone it at this late dayI

has been helping get off their crop of to be the early bird. am confident many would be incon- .
gallon more than last year,or about been delightful and the visitors are ,.. ... 'i";

$4 a cask. The total receipts at all loud in their praises of the town and melons, returned to his home Sunday. Mr. W. H. Shacklefordof Ocala, is venienced and disappointed. I trust seal Mw t., .... ,

Tom Jones, of Ocala, was out Sunday spending a few days with friends in the St. Johns people will not think us ,r1au....,.....Y
ports to June 3 were 127,072 casks, so its environments. The lakes are .. .. ,__ OA _
to see his mother, who is quite Gaitenille. Mr. Shackleford was arbitrary in this matter, but for the ur.r....
the better prices have meant an ad flecked with the white sails of pleasure .t-
ditional gross incometo the producersfrom boats and beautifully appointed sick.Wilber postmaster at Gaitenille for a long above reasons the Carters Pond picnic + lei cew.

Gibson and wife spent Sunday time and it seems like seeing one of will be held on the date hereto- QERflAN KAU WORK5,
April 1 to June 3 of nearly $600- carriages are seen everywhere.In
000. When we come to rosins the the corridors of the Hotel with relatives at Blitchton.Dr. the home folks when we .meet him. fore announced. I I trw Tk 'M *-:::0 *tflS*< -:. 8--,

J. L. Davis snd .wife have returned He he ,
says must come down and MRS. W. D. GRAHAM
showing is even more remarkable.At Blanche, well known faces are seen.
from a two weeks' outing with straighten Gaitenille out in I
once a '
waterwhite is the visitors are Judge E. D. ,
present prices prac Among Resolutions of Retpect]
relatives in Andersonville, S. C. They while. Burnett.
tically $2 a round barrel more than Beggs, of Pensacola; Hon, W. Bur- Whereas, the Supreme Ruler of the Jerry

last year, windowglass $1.60, N $1.40, leigh, of London, Eng.; Mr. and Mrs.T. were accompanied by Mrs. J. A. Mc- This seems to be the [season for Universe has seen fit to remove from

M $1.10, K SOc., I 20c., H $1, G $1.80, C. Hall, Miss Beulah Hall and Iver and little Miss Mamy Fant. protracted meetings, one has just our midst Brother J. B. Watkins, one I Merchant i
They went via Atlanta to consult Dr. closed' and another in
F $1.90, E $1.90, D and below $1.90. Rev. Henry W, Little, of Ocala; Miss progress, who was beloved and highly valued i
Calhoun about Mrs. Davis' and Ma which will continue until the
last of
Of course it is not possible to exactly Williams, of St. Augustine; Senator by our lodge, and whose loss we feelis : Tailoring.
mie's Mrs. :\lcI'erill stay
the week.
determine the proportion of each Carson, of Kissimmee and many oth- eyes. irreparable. t t
with her brother, J. F. Fant in An- Misses Cora and Frankie Ross
grade coming to market, but the er persons from different sections of are Resolved, We the members of Ocala Ocala, Florida.
dersonville and breathe fresh air and again at home after their
average of the increases given aboveis the state. Lodge No 19 Knights of Pythias do Finest Import! ....t
drink spring water, she having been school terms.
$1.50, On every barrel of rosin The Sunday serviced held in the greatly condole his death and while Domestic Ckrth( .
in bad health for some months. Lit- Several of the Gaitenilleites
coming to market at this time the chapel were most enjoyable. The were we know that we are powerless! to t 'u"tftll a '....."a"!

producer is receiving not less than music: was especially good and Dr.Little's tle Miss Mamy remained with her. seen in the Mining City Saturday.Mrs. send words that can assuage your Kit Uu.u-t

is said The nine Crate and Basket mill Jno. Boring, of Early Bird, is
Since baccalaureate sermon
$1.50 more thau a year ago. afflictions, we extend"jourjheartfeltsympathy
is running on full time and turningout in Gaitenille and while here
the opening of the year it can be to have been the best ever delivered visiting to his family and rt"lath"PIiI 1i
quite a lot of cantaloupe and to- the of her mother Mrs.
safely said that his average income before the university students. was guest in this, their time of bereavement. I
mato carriers. The mill has been Frank Ross. f
has been not less than $1.20 a barrel In the evening Dr. Yocum, ex-pres Resolved, That a copy of there i '
greatly improved and they expect to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brass of i it
delivered an ,
more than for the same period of last ident of the university resolutions be spread upon lthe

year, or.from April 1 to June 3 a totalof able discourse before the Y. M. C. A. double the capacity of the past year. Holder, spent Sunday in Gaitenille I minutes of this lodge and a copy

This section bids fair to be the ban- the of her mother Mrs. A. Mc-
added the the exer- guest ,
over100,000 which to On Monday gymnasium given the familyand one copy
section of the county.We .
increased receipts from spirits turpen- cises were given and Troy Hall, of ner trucking Bra s. furnished the city papers for publica

tine makes a total aggregate gain of Ocala, was the winner of the high have the grade of land necessary, Mr. Nigel Brass decided that Gaiter- tion. Respectfully,

probably .900,000 over the first nine jump.In ample shipping facilities and plentyof yule had no more charms for him, J. G. SPURLLV, NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE s

crate material at hand. To those AtUtt. 0*. C and left last weeek for [un
review and dress parts W. J. CHAMBERR: ,
weeks of One the afternoon a
the previous season. Tr.atatle0 r.... Dt.soe.e 'If a. 1pet. R..
wanting to enter the trucking busi- I known. But it is suspected that he W. C. LINDSAY, Juftu FtrtlftJ Tun, ffcml. ftm+'!it M*
hundred thousand dollars week ad- of the two milital1compa-
a parade 1-11'.".41...,... hovels&, fcl.UM4tt.. 1a.7UtIU
ditional revenue is enough to make nies were held and the gold medal ness, we say, come this way. : has gone Madison.. Committee.The ..1oC ..".Iii i wtiwd au'11'S ,"""&,

We have Sunday school every ._ .
the hearts of the operators glad.X awarded.In a oodg I Everybody is looking forward to. Savannah News on Senator Talia.terra's *

X X X X X the evening the hall was filled Sabbath afternoon and preaching the picnic on July 2nd. This is I Election .

11)a beautifully dressed crowd of twice a month. Brother Doig, the Gaiterville's annual festival which is I .
The Florida primaries have iuml
This has been another remarkablygood
Methodist minister, preaches on the usualy set for the 4th of July, but
ladies and gentlemen to listen to a $
the return of the lion. James P.
week in rosins, with a contin-
2nd Sunday 3 o'clock and Brother to being the 4th andis
debate on the "Colonial Policy of the owing Monday
Taliaferro to the United States senate
unl demand for all grades. Everyday
Priscoe, the Baptist minister, on the I
a inconvenient day for a pic-
Country. The exercise was an agree-
succeed himself. Taliaferro's
the market seemed on the vergeof to Senator -
able one and did great credit, not 3rd Sunday at the same hour. nic the date has been set for the 2nd. !
all around and majorityjis a very flattering
higher prices on
only to the speakers but to the insti- The good ladies of Irvine are speak- It will be on the old picnic grounds at ,
that the of thestate
several days there were advances one, showing people
tution. jug of having a basket picnic some Stokes' ferry. Everybody invited
either on pales or low grades. These hold him in high eteemdiul
time in You will hear from Us.
Cn Tuesday, in the presence of a July. to come come and bring well-filled
of able service
seem to be the especial favorites of are appreciative
large and distinguished audience, the baskets.
fortune just at this time, and the UNCLE JOE. faithfully rendered. Senator Talia-
i class of 1904, nine in number, were Startling Evidence.
.magnificent way in which they are ferra has made a good representativeof
Fr- h in quanity isCiufantly
if-tiinoiiy gnat
holding their own is astonishing the presented with their diplomas. Pres- LIFE AT BELLEVIEW. Florida in the upper house of congress I
ill flM-Iariug Dr.
roming ,
entire trade. Every barrel of rosin ident Taliaferro, who was supportedon and taken a high position: -
Kings :New ni f-r Cou -
+ uwpt-
!! iury
arriving here is taken without mur- the platform by Judge Beggs, Sen- Mr. Hames and two sons arrived among the public men at the national
ion Comrlf ami c'lIl.tl4! tn be IIHluded.A #
ator Carson, Judge Palmer, Hon W. '
at better fig Mr. Hames who capital.-Savannah News.
mur quotations or even Thursday to join ,
front T J. tie-Far-
recesit xirt "iiiui .
< |
N. Sheats. Rev. H. W. Little, Mr. F.
ures. It must not be overlooked that d .... examle has charge of Professor Green's large Ai"r.1 FOR
lit R'li'nxvillp.V IO..r\:4I1S
M. Oliver, of Savannah, and alumnusof Harnessing
the receipts at all of the other ports farm.
the institution and others, deliv- He wnt"I had Hruihitis for three We are glad to know that Col. W. !
' are taken on the day of arrival at the \f-rsand rim'tnrnl "11 'h** time without Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and Miss Hattie i i
ered the diplomas and addressed the N. Camp has about completed hit:
Savannah quotations, so the actual i'eIna hen tiled. Then I began Sykes, who have been living in the I YOU!
class in an impressive speectf. ( Dr. Kin. New Discovery,*ud plans for generating electricity with
transactions at the high prices now i takiiig: : Hart House for some time, left Tues-
' The silver awarded to Com- cured the waters of the Withlacoochee
cup was H few Ix'tiks wholy me."Equally -
prevailing are several times greater day for Silver Springs, where they !
pany B, for efficiency in drill and the -J'e dive in curing all Lungs and river and will apply the same to run-
than the Savannah receipts. There will reside in the future.
Throat irouMfn. ('ou"umptfoii, Pneumonia ning the machinery for hill various
gold medals went to A. 'M. Jacksonand
do not seem to be any short interests I and Grip. Guaranteed hy The Rev. Mr. Sullivan and wife en- i .
I.1.. Carson. phosphate plants near that section
seeking supplies but merely a steady i! Tjdiuits. &O.. Trial bottle free, re. tertained. S. H. Chubb, jr., of I

constant demand that takes every- The degree of master of science was I guiar siz+ 5
to this city, which will be applied to -
conferred for the first time in the history -
it to market and leadsto
thing as comes Alvan Lucius returned Sunday
of the the The Lemon Bay Fruit Company. running machineryfor different
university, recipient
successive advances. Consumersare
from a short visit to Grahamville.Mr. .
being L. Heinberger. j The Lemon Bay Fruit Company manufacturing enterprises.Mrs. .
reported filling their wants right L. W. Baldwin, formerly editorof
held its regular annual meeting Tuesday -
Captain McGuire, of Company,
along, indicating that they realize I' the Belleview News-Letter, was in
carried the afternoon at the court house.Eighty J. M. Benton and young on,
was on shoulders of some
the.apparent strength ofthe situationin town Tuesday in the interest of a
of the stock ) who have been with relatives
of his soldiers in honor per cent. was Mitchell -
of their dc-
rosins and are not willing to take concern, for which
represented. The following officers Tampa grocery in Americus and Atlanta since THE GREAT
chances later on when the crop of he is now traveling.Miss .
The class were elected, viz: Frank Harris, the tragic death of Mr. Benton several -
pales has been well marketed and graduating presentedRev. Hattie Smith left Thursday for
H. W. Little with a replica of president; R. S. Hall, vice-president; weeks ago returned to Ocala Tuesday HEALTH DRINK
conditions favor bull movements at i Williston, where she wa's called by
the class badge in gold and enamelin Dr. A.L. Izlar, secretary; H. C.Jones, afternoon. Mrs. Benton ha :
their expense. Altogether, the sea- sickness in her family.A !
appreciation of the for treasurer; T. W. Troxler, Dr. W. H.I I been quite sick in Atlanta and for
son, as has been stated before, is the university, construction train of the S. A. L.
his splendid sermon Powers, Josiah Varn, J. W. Crosbyand that reason her return was delayed.Her .
on Sunday.
most remarkable in the history of the the here, the crew put-
The commencement Dr. A. L. Izlar, directors; Josiah is on siding sister, Mrs. Cotney and brother 'I
trade, starting with high values and proceedingswere Yarn, general manager. ting in the new spur to the Hall and accompanied Mrs. Benton home. 1[ GOOD OLDSUMMER
veryenthusiastic and in
practically climbing higher right every
This company is planting one hun- Thagard turpentine camp. They will remain in Ocala several
along the declines being of small way a success. Mr. J. D. returned Wednes-
Pope "
The dred and twenty acres on Lemon Bayin weeks, after which Mrs. Benton will
grounds are looking their best (
moment. The future is full of inter- night from a trip to Orlando and III
and admiration of the visitors was Manatee county in oranges, go to Atlanta to make he home with .
est and speculation is rife as to whatit Lakeland.
lemons and grape fruit. Land in that her mother, Mrs. Kin-en. j
for all
freely the
holds in store in the shape of rec- expressed arrangements Monthly council meeting was held jr
of this, the most successful section is increasing rapidly in value r M
ord-breaking quotations. in the town hall Tuesday evening. Mr. Herbert Bishop, who ha a ,
commencement of the university.Dr. and the Leman Bay Company being
JOSH. position in Ford & Hiller'ft marble:
Triumphs of Modern Surgery. and Mrs.Taliaferro have gained the first to get there secured very fine --- ---

Wonderful things are done for the golden opinions from everyone for land for the purpose mentioned and Bankers Convention.The quarry in Alabama, passed through I M ETTQ Is a dolicious'jbeverage .
Ocala Tuesday afternoon on hU
human body by surgery Organs are their courtesy and hospitality.The in a few years expect to have the eleventh annual convention of to his former home at Clearwater.way made

out and and commencement exercises prettiest property in South Florida.
taking scraped polished were
the Florida Bankers Association was
He brought Messrs.: Ford & Miller from

and put back, or they may be remov- closed Wednesday night with a full Improvements Are Going Merrily On. held at the Continental hotel, Atlantic some beautiful specimen of the ripe Saw Palmetto

ed entirely; bones are spliced; pipes dress ball given in the gymnasium Mr. N.W.Harison, owner of the Ocala Beach, Tuesday and concludedwith marble that they are quarrying. It Berries. Absolutely free

takes the of diseased haIl, the gift of Mr. M.
place section of Henry Flag- It
Foundry and Machine Works has pur- a banquet Tuesday night. looks altogether as beautiful as any : from
veins, antiseptic dressing are appliedto ler, to which a large number of citi- and harmful 4n&. Motto
the most interesting
chased the large vacant lot frontingon was one of marble quarried in this country and

wounds bruises, burns and like injuries zens were invited and which was avery Main Street on the west. and Os- instructive meetings the Florida Mr. Bishop says that there are large : stimulates the Xtrif, r

before inflammation brilliant affair.Chimberllln'c .
sets in .
ceola street on the east and will move bankers have ever held. quantities of it.

which causes them to heel without his foundry and machine works on Mr. Henry Robinson, president of ___ ____ i I flushes the Kid*?** acts

? maturation and in one-third the time Stomach and Liver Tab same, and will begin work at a very the Commercial bank, of Jacksonville, Mr. Davis charged with being the directly on the BUM

required by the old treament. Cham- lets Better than a Doctor's Pre early date. His office will front on was elected pressdent of the association corporations' candidate, but unfortunately ,,

berlain's Pain Balm acts on this same scription.Mr. Main street and the shops and foun for the coming year. for "Our Bob" he had the : Makes the organs per-

principle. It is an antiseptic and J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va., Garner of Jacksonville name without the The Stand form
says that Chamberlain's Stomach and dry will extend back to Osceola Capt. C. E. game. their functions in a

when applied to such injuries causes Liver Tablets have done him more street, and the same will be more extensive made the address of welcome, Dr. E. ard oil, the railroads and all the other II I I'

them to heel very quickly. It is also good than anything he could get from I and complete in every way S. Crill, of Palatka, responding.An concerns of great wealth and i)()w- i natural I way, thereby

allays the pain and soreness. Keep a the. doctor: If any physician in this than before. important paper was read be- er appeared to take little Interest InI f,I keeping the system in a

bottle of Pain Balm in home andit country was able to compound medicine I
your the contest for
The Ocala Foundry and Machine fore the association by banker JohnT. governor; they "Je*

will save you time and money not ing results that would in cases produce of stomach such gratify-troubles Shops are the largest between Jacksonville Dismukes: of St. Augustine. laffed" and left "Our Bob" to fight perfect and healthy con

mention the inconvenience and suffering Munroe and H. A. his own battle without help from the
biliousness or constipation, his and Tampa. It is doing avery Messrs dition. : : : : :

which such injuries entail. For whole time would he used in prepar- j! large business and is constantly Ford, of this city, were in attendanceat I. holders of the "dough bag."-Pensa .

dale by all druggists m ing! this one medicine. Sold by all j increasing. the convention. cola News. i ii I 84td 'I Ai Ilr 4. I7s

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Sill ELIZABETH' >EASSIS LoW Editor-- OUALA A MANUFACTURING CITY.To I In Honor of Misses' Senders and I --


the Editorof the Ocala Banner. Monday afternoon Mrs. Robert G. HARDWARE

THE[ GLORIOUS U fOURTH. Few does of even our people the realize casual as visitor fullyas Blake entertained from 4 to 5:30 We carry; a full line cf Builder's Materials, such, as Poor, &i8h) ,

Dr. A. L. Izlar made a professional o'clock in compliment to her nieces, Blinds, Paints, Oils Varnishes, Etc
Ocala's and
present growing importance -
Miss Sanders of Brooksville
Gouley ,
f visit to Leesburg Saturday afternoon.
-- -- as a manufacturing center. and Miss 'Jessilu Martin, of .Ocala. I STOVES, RANGE REFRIGERATORS,

i )IJ. J. J. Tillis, of Stanton, was Coming in, say from Jacksonville, 1 During these hours quite a numberof I All kinds of
Agricultural Implements, Elwood Kokutnu and
I over the Atlantic Coast Line does the
the visitors to Ocala Saturday.Miss .
among the young girls called to pay their American Wire Fencing.
---, Ocala man to look out of ;
average stop
Annie Edwardsf of Williston, III I respects to these two attractive girls. Give us a call. We'll guarantee you satisfaction
car window at the varied indus-
is the guest of Miss Leafy Sylvester. 1t tries which must the chance Miss Gouley was very pretty in pale
impress T. W. SMITH &
blue organdie and Miss Jessilu looked COMPANY.

The Florida editors will visit the t traveler? From the cooperage worksto unusually sweet in white tissue. As- < :

1 World's Fair at St. Louis next week. the big spoke and rim factory, the sisting Mrs. Blake were Mrs. G. W. Wdst Side Public Squirt, '

works, the two mammoth ice fac-
The Seaboard Air Line railway will 1 gas Martin,Miss Jo Williams and:Miss: Sara a new line to Atlanta.Mr. tories and cold storage plants, Tay Harris. On the lawn iced tea with PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON PHONE 34.
lor's mills and the crate of
I factory
cherries was served by Mrs. Harry

Charles V. Miller returned the Ocala Manufacturing Company, Lapham and little Gladys Martin. We are prepared In fur'

Sunday from a bnsiness trip to Jack- Grand Annual Parade-One Thou the extensive wholesale warehouse of The house OCALA lli-h OCALA
I was very prettily dec.

ville. I sand Odd Fellows in Line. I I H. B. Masters, the ever-enlarging orated, the color scheme being blue ICE & ICE &

Miss Sara Teague, of Lady Lake, I Ocala Foundry and Machine Works, I and white. The flowers used were 11AC1INf IOE: : PACKING

: is the of her brother the warehouse of our wholesale grocers -
r visiting family The leading colored citizens of this blue hydrangeas and the lamps were

( Mr. F. A. Teague. city are out in a magnificent hand- Brown Brothers, and beyond the shaded with pale blue, the effect COMP NY, 011 s"c.rr III.-j"t" Itt any COMPANY
depot to the mills of C. I. Grace, the Ioilll city of watt."
l Miss Nettie Pooser returned home bill, which is being largely distributed is being extremely pretty.A .
scene one activity and industry .

Saturday from Leesburg, where she the, announcing 4th in Ocala.a big celebration of j: and is impressive when you stop to was quite reception novel among and the the young.young folks set I PHONE ,34 WATCHi'FO. THE BLUE WAGON PijONE 3ta.

has spent several weeks with friends. think about it.
1 enjoyed themselves immensly. -
The programme announces music,
and children Yet all this is but a part, for we I
Mrs. T. E. Bridges
games, races, foot races, races ,
I have to the mountains of North have other mills; we have cigar fac- Resolutions of Sympathy tIn
and other exhibitions and the colored
; Carolina to spend the summer months.Mr. Odd Fellows' celebration, one thous- tories, mattress factories, marble behalf of the ladies of the Aid A. STANDLEY & CO.

works, bottling works, four wagon Seciety and of the Home and Foreign

J. W. Crosby is up from Au- and of whom are expected to marchin works, two cotton ginneries and moss Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Livery Feed and Sale Stables
his parade.
burndale to spend Sunday with ,
factories, a canning establishment
church, Ocala, Fla., we wishto
Gl The merchants of the city are mak-
l family. three printing offices, three manufac- extend to Mrs. Benton, our dear
ing handsome contributions to the We carry the most completeline
The Presb.terianIanse is now receiving turers of medical preparations, steam friend and co-worker in these socie-
celebration and will make speciallylow
i' the finishing touches and will laundries and several other concerns I ties, our tenderest love and deepest of Harness, Saddles, etc .
prices on that day.
be ready for occupancy in a few days. that could properly be classed as man-
; The committee confidently predict sympathy in her great affliction, pray- in central Florida, and will give sour

ufacturing enterprises.The the "God of all comfort" to abide
i 1 Misses Mary and Catherine Harriet that 10,000 colored people will be in ing patrons the very lowest ,
most solid and substantial citiesin
with her her heart with
r Livingston have gone to Gainesville, Ocala to celebrate our great national i power
the world today are and must of and and her to look prices.Ve are thoroughly
hope, enabling
,f a Ga., for visit to their grandparents. holiday and help make the I
t American eagle scream. necessity be manufacturing centres.In I forward with faith to the heavenly equipped for fitting out turpentine -

E Mr. L. M. Graham came up from Florida, Ocala, next to Jacksonville home where partings are unknown.MRS. *
The names of the committe are the and lumber teams, gear,
I! Connor Saturday to witness the deliberations is today making the most rapid S. E. ,WATERMAN -
following: 'If"
r of the executive committee. strides in this particular direction. Pres. Ladies Aid wagons, etc. : .. .
J. McDuffy, J. B. Holly, F. K. Society. f ,.\.;.It;:t_ J.1.' _. "'_" t 01c...t.We 1
And this progress* has been made despite -
t. ---, Powers, J. S. LaRoche, A. B. John- always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summon
Messrs. A. P..Baskin, J. D. Bassett disadvantages. We have no Pres. Home and For. Mis.
and "White
son, M. C. Falana, J. W. Alexander, .. Society. Buggies, Hickory" Turpentine and J.'nrm'a&on& *.
t and Jas. Howell, of Anthony, were water power; we haven't, as has --- North Side Court HOUM"' Ocitlti. 11"r"
F. P. Gadson, C. II. Stewart and L.
among the visitors in the city Satur- W. Dukes. Jacksonville, and Pensacola, and Three Physicians Treated Him Without ""A

Tampa, and even Gainesville, electric Success.
day.Mrs. W. L. Yaii.\, PiduiTh, Ky., writes:
Will Knight has gone to her Have You A Cough' power. Why? Simply because we I had a severe 1.IIS-of ki former home at Valdosta to spend A dose tiC l> Syrup will relieve it, Have you a rolil.A ) .
Withlacoochee river near us and with Kt'n'u.'i-y irwuwl m" without suiess.I I
several weeks with relatives and dose of Herhuip at tied time and fr
4' friends.In quent small d'rw of Horehound capitalists today arranging for the thru look KoleyV! Kidney Cure.
The riot ln>nl I.- immediate relief,
tsyrup during the day will remove it. outlay of large amounts of money for
the second race for sheriff in and three I'n'ih-s i-urwl me p-rmau HEADQUARTERS FOR
Try i if f>.. weo pjiu rough, for asthma the purpose of utilizing this stream
tie ell tly. I tli'Uy recommend this won
Jackson county was a vote for rnurhiu Mr:
ousumptiou f'r
and there is no provision for a third To.. MNrath, 327 E. l-tn to replace steam in the phosphate Drug Store.. m I AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE
primary.Mrs. ill OIl, Kill., writes I have USH 11Hallanl' !
H.Hvtiountl in mines of the hard road section and in
:; Syrup myfiiuily
Daughters Meeting.
C. J. Joseph and daughter, I It for o Of a rand t t'lIc1lt the>est the mills of several counties; with !:a NCh. 55 ISnl.i .

Nellie, have gone to Jacksonville to nod tun+t (pil'taiiln Otetlii-far I ever this power at our very doors, why Mrs. Frank Harris was the hostessat -i I h t. L I It an. e

II". d." 23u I 5U-, fcl.'X :moo ci oy Amilniii the meeting of the Daughters of :: :: : a a
r ;
visit Mrs. Joseph's Mrs. could not or should not Ocala by ,_ r. R
> Mtii.Driii .-;b the afternoon. It
[ te. HI Confederacy Friday I Ji
F Scovel. some arrangement with these capi- ... --- $4 Ilf. ". aF.
was the regular monthly meeting of f I t 'I-r tor. I '-F.- r- ..... t o

r Misses Sallie and Leta Camp returned An Enjoyable Birthday P .rtJ. talists secure these beneOts that the chapter and though not so largely .,.--r---__...._______ __.-,- -r u., /y
naturally belong to her? I. r .
Little Miss Louise the five
afternoon from
ii Saturday a attended as usual, on account of .E.-- --
In safety, in convenience, in econ- ..
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
few days visit to relatives at White year the rain, quite a number of the mem- .. ---4-_ ey .
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electric is .
H. Spencer celebrated her birthdayin omy power today supreme.It --, '" .
Springs bers were present. :. : -__,..:::_ --- C-- ..
Miss Ettie Cant, one of the popular a very happy manner. She invited can be transmitted easily and Various reports were made and RLi 1lar ftle: fJ I..ctal "nr. ttorst.i "."lelt)"
thirty-five of her little friends to cheaply. If the opportunity is graspednow 5:.)c 11 in.or 6 in......rr Sta)s ta le. or4|bt.Q.rt
teachers in the Ocala school, is matters of interest to the daughterswere
spend the afternoon with her and why should not Ocala become a Made cf steel wires
spending the vacation with relatives discussed and altogether the large, strong high-grade heavily ga vaolted.
such a good time they had playing great manufacturing city. We have Amply pro\'id's for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever-
Tallahassee.Mr. harmoniousand
L near meeting was a
games on the lawn. After playingfor every advantage of location and sur- '...St :1g. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it
enjoyable one. .*>,11'5 net mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle, houCI. hogi
J. C. Wheeler, the Deering some time they all marched into roundings. There should be here
Mrs. E. M. Howard will entertainthe ant pigs
Harvester Company's hustling Ocala the house where refreshments were many small industries, many smallas
chapter at the July meeting.Still .
agent, left Monday for Nashville, served on a long table on the side well as large users of power, if this EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby

Tenn., and St. Louis. piazza. Of course this of the power was at small cost and easily Spreading Out.
part the manufacturers and by us. Call and see it. Can show you hon
-- -
Mr. Myer Frank, proprietor of afternoon's pleasures was a great obtainable. The Florida Ice & Packing Company it all save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced

treat to the little ones. Miss Loaise's Ocala must be a city. We cannotgo
will in few the
Frank's Jobbing House, Columbia, S. a days begin erec-
little friends presented her with numerous backward, we cannot stand still-
C., is in the city on a visit to his o tion of a large cold storage room just
Chilled Plows Black Hawk and
Corn Shedder
nephew, Marcus Frank. pretty gifts and she will remember we must go forward. And it is in east of the ice factory. This is in Syracuse Econcy

i her.fifth birthday as a very the direction here briefly suggestedthat preparation for the large business Paints, Oils, Glass, Doors, Sash Blinds, Etc.

Miss Evelyn Liddon, of Starke, is happy one. we must move.
that Manager Herman Benjamin sees

the guest of her cousins, Misses Caro Cures Old Sores. .' I PROGRESS.That coming this fall. H ibbard & fflacduff Ocala Fla-

and Rhoda Liddon and will be in Westmorland, Hans May 5, 1902 Tired Feeling. This enterprise under Mr. Benja- ....

Ocala for several weeks. Ballard's tjuow Liniment Co. : Your If you are languid: depressed and min's skillful management has grownto

Snow Liuimeu cured an old sore on incapable for work, it indicates: that
Hon. Robert McNamee is reportedto the fide of my chin that was supposed your liver is out of order. Hdrbme immense proportions and the farmer SEEDS.If .

be seriously ill at his home in St. to be cancer. The sore was stubbornand will assist nature to throw off head. is not slow to see the advantage of

Petersburg. His Ocala friends hope would not yield to treatment, until aches, rheumatism and ailments akinto having a market right at home for you are in need of peanuts, velvet beans goobers,
I tried Snow Liniment, which did nervusress and restore the energies I all the meat he can raise. beans
for his speedy recovery. chufas or lady finger peas, ,
whipporwill clay cane
the work in short order. My sister, and vitality sound perfect health.J. ,
The figures representing last season's -
Mr. Nevill, the popular and efficient :Mrstophir? J. Carson, Allensville, J Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes English peas, millet, sugar cane, all kinds early varieties

of the A. C. L. at Dunnellon, Miftin Co., Pa., has a sore land mist- March, 22,1902: "I have used Herb- business would astonish any- field corn, and all field and garden seed,
agent rusts that that it is a cancer. Please ine for the past two years. It has one who had given the matter merely Call on or write,
was visitor to the county's metropolis send her a 50c bottle. Sold AntiMonopoly .
by done me more good than all the doct- a passing thought.What
,' Saturday. Drug Stnn m ors. When I feel bad and have that The Ocala Seed StoreSole

tired feeling, I take dose of Herbine. is"TEETHINA'7 Well 'tis this:
F. B. Beckham, of Ocala, is mingling J. G. Lege, of Ocala, who is repre- A tasteless powder that will kiss Agents for Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick.
It i is the beet medicene ever made for
with Tampa friends and acquain- senting John Nix & Co., commission chills and fever." oOcts a bottle. Sold That From teething baby's brow always the brings fever,glow yon know. ::

tances today when not transacting merchants, New York, is in the city by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m "TEETHINA" overcomes and

business.-Tampa Herald..: for a few days looking after the can- counteracts the effacts of summer's C. 1 I. GRACE.Successor .
Arrangements are being made by
taloupe shipments. Mr. Lege states heat, aids digestion, regulates the
Mrs. Ella LaFontissee Hamilton arrived the Southern railway to take care of bowels. Gives rosy cheeks, health to Central Lumetr Co.
that the melon movement from
in the city Saturday and is the the Florida editors in proper style and happiness. Dealer In
Marion county this season will be .
guest of her sister, Mrs. L. James when they come to Jacksonville next
Knight. good, and he believes that the canta- Thursday. They will leave for St. Will Be Wedded Soon. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring.Ceiling,

loupe production from Alachua county Louis over the Southern, and everything On the 19th of this month Miss I and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

Mr. C. :M. Livingston left Monday will be better this year than for will be arranged for their com- Estelle Smith and Mr. Duncan Dykes Manufacturer of

J for Nashville Tenn., to attend the many seasons. The acreage is no fort and general good humor.TimesUnion. will be married in this city at the Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Columns, Door and

Confederate reunion. From that larger than last season, but the yield home of the bride's mother, Mrs. S. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpits, School

point he will go to St. Louis and take will, be good, and the growers! are Mrs.. W. S. Epperson and daughter, V. Smith. Rev. L. B. Warren, of the :Desks and. Seats Combined, and Tables I am constantly

in. the world's biggest show for a few jubilant-- over the prospects for the of Bronson, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. Baptist church, will officiate at the receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities and

; weeks. season.-Gainesville Sun. P. Gilmore. wedding. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly
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HERE AND RIOH'S VOTE CANVASSED. 1 The Fence Question. After Election literatures BOILS g ,'.

1 Under the. title, "That Fence Question While hovering over the ragged r it t s Q

1 1'ii Luda Ballard left Democratic Executive Committee ," the editor of the Gadsden County edge of suspense in the endeavor to

Hen.lerbonville and Held Session Saturday I j Times pokes considerable fun ascertain who is to be Florida's next PYRAMIDS OF PAIN
at the candidates who are so I
to spend the summer for A meeting of the county democratic governor the following story from the i
(! anxious to to the dearj Boils show the blood is in a riotous, feverish
of her health. committee was held at the j very prove Kansas City News will bear repeti-
condition, or that it has grown too weak and slug
j voters that uncompromising- ,
they are
Mr. John Jeffords, of house Saturday. Chairman { tition: gish to throw off the bodily impurities, which '

an old Ocala boy, spent \ presided. Roll call showed all j i ly in favor of the present fence law If there b any flaw in the logic of then concentrate at some spot and a carbuncle --for '

1 first, last and all the time. boil is the result. To enfeebledby f .... .l
Ocala with his 1 precincts represented except j I this story, for which the Kansas City one already ...'l:
I The whole article shows plainly that disease, boils seem to come with more frequency, V
Orange Springs, Linadale and News is it is
William and Edd Jeffords. responsible, not easy to
r | public sentiment in Gadsden county causing the intensest pain and greatest danger to the already weak ar>4
Mrs. Mallory Lid-Jon j! find. Mr. Brown, a Kansas gentleman debilitated sufferer. All skin eruptions, from the sometime
. is in favor of free and fencing
Saturday from Jack ; J. M. Douglass, the new committee- j I range keeps a boarding house, it ap- buncle to the spiteful little cat-boil, are caused by bad blood, atilt tr>'

she had two weeks from Shady precinct, instead of II| the farms and gardens. pears. Around his table at a recent only way to avoid or get permanently rid of them it i to push And

spent R. Pyles, resigned, was seated.L. I It is very strange that the gross injustice occasion sat his wife, Mrs. Brown; build up the deteriorated, polluted blood, and counteract the humor
antly as the guest of Mrs. and poisons and nothing will do this so and
of the present law is not man- ; quickly thorough. 44
D. Stafford and H. L. Seckin- I the village milliner, Mrs. Andrews; S. S. S. which is the of blood
Mrs .ft. E. Yonge, sr., ifest to every thinking man. We acknowledged king purifier and Krea holding proxies from Kendrick j I Mrs Black, the bakery Mr. Jordon, of all tonics. Where the blood has become impoverished ml .t
Erin, and son, Laurie,
could understand thei
Mattel, respectively, were seated.E. i j never yet why the carpenter, and Mr. Headly, a poor and thin, no medicine acts so promptly in building up and ri-.tuf.
Jacksonville to visit ( I i owner of a few acres, who wished to its richness
W. Davis moved that the com- I i flour, feed and lumber merchant.. ing purity and
son and daughter, Mr. cultivate them, should be taxed a strength. The time to cure Allegheny JuaeH.WM,
proceed to canvass the returns Brown took a $10 bill out of his pocketand is From the ac. of twenty or thirty Xwse sorttt
boil l
E. Yonge, jr. to fence the land not to a before it tleelafflicted with
large sum large awful boUt oaay ft.. tops
June that noth-
the of 7
primary handed it
; to Mrs. Brown
when it is in a state body. As soon as they would heal op iaea.|>iMe
Mr. W. H. Lipscomb is be considered in said canvass save benefit himself in any way, but mere- the remark that thereJwa lOjtoward) incubation or formation they WOUld break Out 'n IDOI'-., part 0"'". b.*y,
and this continued _
for I tried
a visit from his mother returns of the inspectors, except ly to keep his neighbor's cattle or the $20 he had promised her. Mrs. in the blood ; for boils are, thin* could hear of to teayesrs.get relief, bvtaeiaiAf evertj
oldest daughters, who hogs from destroying his crop. They after all, only the did me any good. I had but little kith tot I, g.
cases of contests, in which cases Brown handed the bill to Mrs. An- impundoin me good Ibeianlt bnt art.,akin.
home with their manage this better in the large grow- ties and poisons bubbling it for eijprt while the/boils bei.. ,. du...p..r|
of contest shall be filed with drews, the milliner, saying: "That the skin I continued on with the medicine.taklac 11a kop
Jacksonville.Rev. ing states west of the Mississippi.From Up through and ties, and all the boils entirely 41..P,..,... Five
committee prior to the com- pays for my new bonnet." Mrs. Andrews this Will in
continue spite years hare elapsed sine that time, and I ae
J. P. Hilburn the first, when cattle f were in ne erb en bothered cine, ebowtat that tk.
of the canvass; and no in turn passed it to Mr. Jordon, j of poulticing( and lancing emr
t't n wa ).rmar..nt. i had eome thirty or forty .f
Monday from Georgia, ballots save those mentioned the majority and farmers were few remarking that it would for the till. the blood gets rid of the most painful boUt one ever hkd, sad to W
and far between stock the pay Its accumulated I : entirely rid of th.m by your great part"r.
tended the commencement on range poison. s. s. under debt .f.raUte4Y U
the insepectors in their re carpentering work he had done for B.. puts me a
must be herded, and the owner was The way to stop boils is you. UENBT ZtUTS.
of the Wesleyan Female be considered. This motion
her. Mr. Jordan handed it to Mr. to attack them in the blood
Macon. carried. held responsible for any damage that Hadley, requesting his receipted.bill I II and this is what S. S. S. does. AU danger of boil i i. past when' tW

'.. Miss Hatfie Dye left :\ The returns from precincts No 20 the herd inflicted on a growing crop. for flour, feed and lumber. Mr. Had- blood has been thoroughly purified and the system claaiMed of *U lts>,.

If the farmer wished to keep one, I bid If are subject to boil*. then the Mate e*
Cincinnati, Ohio, to 26 were not signed by the in- ley gave the bill back to Mr. Brown, impure matter. you *e.a
two or more cows, he either fencedin that produced them last season will do so this, and the toooer you begirt
weeks with friends. She but as there were no contests
saying: "That $10
pays on my to blood and in W
for them put your tyttan g 1
a pasture or paid some
visit the St. Louis the certificates and oaths of the board." Mr. Brown again!passed lit order the better the chance: of going

ing to Ocala early in accompanied the returns, stockman so much per month to keep to Mrs. Brown, remarking that he through the spring and Mimmer m..q

Mr. D. R. Mixon, of no intention of fraud, E. W. them with his herd. had now paid her the $i0 he had without boils or other painful a" trri
This matter of herding the cattle tating skin eruption S. S. S. it .
moved that the be gar
made the Ocala Banner \s same can- promised her. She in turn paid it to
would not be such a great expense as anteed purely vegetable, and can betaken
ant call Saturday. Hewill in the regular way. Motion Mr. Black to settle her bread and I I with perfect safety by old ad
cattle The cost
some owners imagine.
weeks go to the mountains pastry account; Mr. Black handed it i young, and without harm to the most delicate constitution. It U

Carolina for a short stay. the total of the votewas of a pony suitable for herding wouldbe to Mr. Hadley, asking credit for that mild and pleasant in its action, and unequaled: as a cure for boil MkJ

Mr. Jack McCully made up by the secretary, W. very little. The cost of living almost amount on his flour billIr.; Hadley kindred eruptions. Write us if you would like medical advice or otter

Zewadski appeared before the nothing, for it could get most of information. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GJb
Berlin section in Ocala again turning to Mr. Brown with the
in the interest J. its living from the grass or the range
of D.
After attending the remark that it settled forthat month's
while the rider was watching the' cat- .
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executive committee he whose name was on the bal I board; whereupon Brown put it back -

had lost all charms for him. voted on May 10th as a candidate s I I tie. The wages of%the cowboy would into his pocketbook, observing that MISSING WORD CONTEST.

justice of the peace for the An- II i I not be very high in most parts of the he had not supposed a greenback
Miss Edna |Dozier will state. We have known of herds of
district. Mr.
week for Aiken, S. C., to Bassett-had com- would go so. far. PRIZES I Offered For
with all the rules under which than two hundred head that lost ----- 101

: eral weeks with Miss enough in a bogged, strayedand New Railroad for Florida.
election was held, but on the day year The Correct Solution
after which she will visit
the election J. R. Wilder's name stolen to pay the cost of herding Moultrie, Ga., June 9.-A company= i

Columbia.Mrs. written instead of printed upon i for the yaar. This loss was nearly all has been organized here for the pur- I

Willis, who with ballots, and he received the preventable, and a good herder could pose of building a new railroad in the Tropicall\'lanufacturi g Co manufacturers

has been living in Ocala largest number of.votes for the have saved almost every herd. western portion of Florida to reach of th great health drink :METTO I will

'months at Mrs. Palmers' We do not believe that the ,
presentlaw the large tract of timber owned
of justice of the peace for said by

> avenue, left Monday for | and was declared the nomi- is constitutional. We believe the Georgia Pine Company. All the pay all prizes. The contest open to all.

in Tennessee to spend i of the party for said office at the that if the law were once carried to stockholders in the company are also It's free to You.

with relatives. j I of the committee held May the United States Supreme Court, it stockholders in the lumber company,

Mrs. R. R. Carroll and : A motion was made to the effect would be so decided on the ground but the road will be chartered and
I Mrs. Blanche Hannah and] the protest be not considered for that it was taxing the majority for known as the Natural Bridge Rail-

left Saturday for Miami, } I reasons: "First, that it is not the benefit of the favored few.Florida way Company. W. Vereen is pres- The first one sending ii) the] correct answer we will give a i

will spend several weeks 'J'M\ before the committee in Agriculturist.. ident; L. E. Morgan, vice-president; beautiful life size picture ii) gilt frame entitled "purlt/M
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J. G. Ramsauer. Mr. form as to enable the committee Smoking In A Powerful Magazine.Is J. K. Mclver, secretary and treasurer; This picture is symbolical of Metto the great b *ltU drink .wl.el ....1...

panied them a part of the 'Ii investigate the legality of said courliiiir l"iih more !*Itlen<< and F. G. Boatright, manager. The all and contains no dope or harmful drug.
To the next S. 51.W ester.
but not morn Hur-ly 'htn iifplectinijkiiUi general offices of the '
Mr. T. T. Weltch, of St. i ; second, no proper or suf- company will be 11 t M :5 . ..........J quart Mtttotseft.
of the notice of this contest has beenI -y .1 li.nnlei.Vnicy's Kiduey at this place, but Mr. Boatright's u.. .. 3'. I'2: plot' M.4#. ..%.
route agent I 'urn willrurvuliiih' disorbrr ii H will 4 7''n, . 1lfll Ue k.< ......
headquarters be

this committee third the in Tallahassee.The .
; ; con-
Co. is at the ittvi
a guest nUil It* I'OUlimit! Ua- will

Mr. Weltch is looking after I is made too late to give relief." cur iht* nw L .,I..till"s.. It hn.4currtl road will run from Moody to Ii'1'.w

substitute to this was offered by L. many {triple osr Bright', 'j"t-ItSl' Warissa and will traverse some of the
erty here and will be in People .......Know a (MHH!.\Vhf Thy.......fl Ale
Light to the effect that a com- rn
several days incurable. If you have kidney or Users of.In. (10.1............-n,iMH-f...
be appointed to investigate the
Mrs. F. L. Watson left bladder trouble, commence taking There is a Confederate -
veteran liv-
Jacksonville. She 'went The substitute was lost. A Foley'. Kidney C'Tf today before it Cut out out this coupon till X 1..11.-... . .
was then taken and the original is too Me. ::001.h)' Post Office DrugStore ing near Sulphur Springs,Texas, who in the blank space, the wbolfto
Beach Wednesday born in make au appropriate 8fuleuience -
was carried, thus declaring lit was 1801. His name is Cy advertising Metto 1'U....... ....... . '
houseparty to be given Wilder the nominee. Mr. Wild- Florida---Wears-- the Laurels. Cockrell and is a half brother of Sen- slid mail\ In theTropical

cousin, Miss Lydia Barrs, fee had been tendered the secre- ator Cockrell, Missouri.. He was a Mfg. Co.Jacksonville ( '''hIiIY $esr .....".

ville. Mrs Watson will be The Redlands (Cal.) Citrographpays soldier in the Texas Florid ,
but was not accepted on account army under Sam

about a month. the date having expired for its the following tribute to Floridafor Houston, and fought at San Jacinto.He R"IIeulh..r hf first 101 correct an*wr.. .! th- prtt *. i+ tsd i.
sending the first watermelons to your auw>rs atunce to the.
Traffic on the Seaboard )' served in the war with Mexico;

over an hour Monday in feeling is manifest at market: was an officer in the Confederatearmy TROPlCfU MflNUFACTUpG COMP NY.
The first watermelons
at St. Louis
yards, caused by an action of the committee in this in the war between the states

of the engines refusing to and it is thought it will be ap this season were placed on the mar- and distinguished himself particularly 14 W. 0dans St. Jacksonville; fie.

ket May 7, and Florida fufnished
a half peck of tadpoles I at the battle of Lone Jack, in Mis- .

into the boilers. All the I secretary announced the result them. They were wholesaled at eighty souri, in 1862.

be drawn out of the Marion county's election on June cents each and the retailer chargedall .. .*..**.*sI........e.
the traffic would bear. Coachella A close
tracks around about follows: political observer, who I

dried-up fish pond. For U. S. Senator claims to be the earliest melon sec- khows Mr. Broward thoroughly, predicts I (III Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Lts. $

N. C. Stockton. 870. tion in the United States, but we have that, if he should become gov- SS,
Quite a number of the ) .
P. Taliaferro, 793. not seen a Coachella melon this year. ernor of this state, he would never, as I.
bowled at the alley .
majority 77. Oh! Coachella, Coachella, where art many imagine, be "controlled" by I
noon. Some unusually For Governor I -
thou, Coachella? Shall southern Cal- either Stocton or Barrs, but by Colonel I
were made, Mrs. C. V. :. B. Broward, 932. .
ifornia hide her diminished head and Cockerell. While
ing down the greatest W. Davis 740. nothing can .

and Mrs. A. E. Gerig made majority. 192. cover her shamed face? Wake up be said against the old gentleman, I 0 % ; f'S -

For Secretary of State and show us, next season, ripe mel- personally, he is almost as much outI I.
ond best score.
E. Broome, 742. ons on the 28th day of April. You of-date as Noah himself would be in I Rtier .
ladies in the and
party C. Crawford. 709. -
were very much enjoyed.Mr. majority, 33. I can do it if you try wisely. this age of steam and hot air generI I. tl I

For Sheriff Acute Rheumatism. ally. What we need is up to date I.

and Mrs. T. C. Hall I "influence." '
P. Galiowa. )'. 819. Deep teareng or wrenching pains, Tallahasseean. I. -- t I
Beulah Hall are spending ) Gordon. 872.: occasioned by getting wt through; ---- I. .

in Lake City attending the majority, 53. worse when at rest or on first movingthe The nominees of the Marion county 1. = ; : .

ment exercises of the County Commissioner, Second Distract limbs and in cold cr damp weather primary are the following, viz.: For I. .

Florida, in which instution W. Long 238. LioimentOscar, i3 cured quickly Ballard's Gibbon Know members of the legislature, E. L. PS 1 1 vefeS -

is a student. From Lake P. Smith 189. tllionia Wartman, C. L. Sistrunk; sheriff, j .
writes Feb. 16, 1902: "A I
and Miss Hall will go majority 49. year ago I was troubled with a pain Henry Gordon; supt. schools, W. D. j _

Carolina for the Fifth District In my back. It soon got so bad I Cam; treasurer, T. E. Pasteur; as- S :
D. Bobbitt, 1S1. '
summer. They have been could not bead over. One bottle ot sessor, Alfred Ayer; collector, E. L. 1 j
W. Turner, 292. Ballard's Buow ;
the past few weeks at St. Liniment cured me. Carney; judge county court, Robert -_ :
majority 101. 2oc, 50c, fl.OO. Lold by Anti lome-
Bullock; school board, Gordon S. .
Mr. Frank Harris left For Justice, District 28. pololy Drug Store. m .
Scott, B. R. Blitch, D. L. Grantham; I. -
noon for Lake City, where 12. .
commencement" S. Light moved, that as the sec- "The Lord made nothing that was board of county commissioners, H. I. Old Forrest Cl1rn 1200. Old Miller Ryel.So. Jiouatala .
attend the .
)"' report showed that there was worthless," says the Quitman Free W. Long, John L. Edwards, SamuelR. j 0 Corn "BIA bee"' R>e W.OO. Apple and Pueb Orandl"\ ,
of the of Florida $*_GO to $1.00. Kentucky Pride .
f3. .
deficiency in the treasury, each Press. "From the gallberry, unpala Pyles, C. W. Turner, X. A. Fort. j S :' Bwen. 4 x Ilse M.: },
institution he is one of the of the committee bend Postofflee or Express Money Orders. .
accept $1.50 table for beast or bird, the bees of I.
The commencement of the $2.00 allowed, for his Southwest Seed Velvet Beans For Sale.
Georgia extract a white I
given this morning with I in attending the meeting; and deliciously Those desiring fine velvet beans for BOWEN & COMPANY. I
The amount thus saved perfumed honey, withan I i
laureate sermon, which no unpaid bills. edge to its sweetness as though a planting purposes will do well to call I
at J. A. Pooler's store at once. One
preached by Rev. Henry committee then adjourned to drop of fresh lemon juice had been i 149 E. BAY ST.
.. ,. ,.. i hundred bu.-hels will be sold at $2.25 J JACKSONVILLE, KLA. I
.t. '
of this city at the call of the chairman. I stirred in." per bushel. S. R. PYLES. HHHHHHH

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UtA 1LIZJLBETH HlJ BIS. Local- Zditw OCAL0 0ND THE FOURTH HEALY.L0M0R. J "JUST SUNSHINE"The National Educational. Association. Mr. Robert Taylor, of tick rttjr

The national educational association I commt'l'C'laIIKt'iK A. C. L, WM in

k HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Will be Uniquely Celebrated- Crowd Mrs. Ethel Toy Healy to Wed Mr W. Atlanta Journal prints an will meet in St. Louis Jane 27'' J&tbonille Wednesday tfc* ....-

of (0000. ,Eipecttd 6. Lamar June 21. article under tha'above caption which and continue until July 1. The fare (Ing of the commercial igMito of tM j

Mr. Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyte Toy is a great big fake. from Ocala for season ticket is f-45.55; I. road. General frrigbt agent )I.) ...., 1l l

t was in the city yesterday. announce the engagement of their I We had a touch of this "just sun 60 day ticket |38.00 and a 15-day tick- of Savannah Ch-orgia, VM pf
daughter Mrs. Ethel Toy Healy : shine" here in Florida the past spring et |30.55. Pullman fare,double berth, : and traffic malted **fe iltoxtuml

Sirs Annie Fienberg, of Dunnellon, Mr. William Bailey Lamar, the mar. I and for weeks and weeks despite the $6.50. I and the general htutem. the

h vinting Miss Grace Moore riage to be solemnized on the even- hopes and prayers of good people it Mr. J. W. McClung, state manager, I Ii i freight traffic defanmcNi M ..*.UItC

Col. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, ing of Tuesday, the 2Sth of June, at looked like everything would burn I has issued a circular in which he says to Florida wan ew..Mrtrd.31rwliIward l

"touched 6 o'clock at Saint Luke's church. up. The corn in the fields withered
f flesh"ith his Ocala friends I he thinks that the Atlantic CoastLine HOW sad ... hart

yesterday.The I The engagement is of the greatest the cantaloupes and watermelons re-I from .
i I points via Jacksonville Hiller rHarartl .hum*., yiilmday .ft..
interest as both Mrs. Healy and :\lr.1 fused to grow and many of
I I Tifton and Atlanta offer noun from Cumin rt..... Mrylrf,
; Florida editors left last night
Lamar known beautiful oaks went the way of the
I: for St. Louis and will be about the most attractive route and designated where they haw hewn far *.*.*.!
.I gone and in Florida just and the unjust. The flies and
1 Ocala's celebration of the glorious throughout Georgia it for the delegation. Those week. Mi.. HM*{ bt beet *t

I a fortnight. fourth will be something unique and Mr. Lamar's home state. the mosquitoes became abominationsand who go may select the ,Inside Inn, school in New York for U*. past nine

Ir r Dr. J. G. Baskin and J. L. Leitner, unusual in her history-the celebra- Mrs. Healy is an unusually hand- this old world of ours gave out American plan, f2.50 (two in a room) months and he ha beret iltUfamt in
scintillations of the bad side of the Cumberland on account of M vf. :
of the decided
of the phosphate city, were in town tion of the day has been turned over some young woman Christian Endeavor hotel, European
hereafter. illness, from which *h* he. Mow set
yesterday on business. entirely to the colored people, and brunette type. During her young I plan, $1 each (two in a room) or various tirely recovered. Mr. EUaiy Hitler
.. Don't heed the Journal's advice to
i I I those in charge of the arrangementssay ladyhood she was a great favorite and I I other hotels. and Mi* MOM Httfcr wwtt n|. h'
Bankers T. T. Munroe and II. A, walk in the sun, sit in the sun and
t that for a big crowd it will be a was very much sought after, being I For further information address J. Jacksonville to tweet their usherand
Ford are back from Banker's Convention I live with the sun's beaming ... ... .
f extremely clever and charming.Mr. I rays upon W. state sister and pirt d[ th*m
record breaker and all previous efforts McClung, manager, Tampa,
at Atlantic Beack. Lamar is one of the south's you. To do so would be to invite Florida. home.
will appear tame.
at home and in con- typhoid and brain fever and many Omen to DtiplratiM
leading men,
Mrs. J. J. Williams and baby went The day is being thoroughly adver-
l. gress." He has held many high officesin other ills that flesh is heir to. Mrs. Frank L. Watson, of Ocala Living ot an out ef the WM f4**..
down to Umatilla yesterday after- tsied. All sorts of games are on the
the state of Florida and while serving On the contrary, if you want to was the chaperon for a very pleasant remote from civlliuilen, a fatally i.
noon for short visit to relatives. programme and it promises to be the !i J
often driven to d.. >ir tldfi in ease of
as attorney general of the state ; make life at all tolerable, hunt the house party which left for Pablo
biggest time on earth. accident, reultinf In UWM, Cut 1
There i N to Pain balm
uuihiuiqual made a reputation that extended beyond shade. Seek the sylvan shores of Beach yesterday. The party is being
for sprain and bruise It will effect a The great American Eagle will Wound, fleets, etc. lay la a w pty
the boundaries of Florida. He J river, lake or sea and if that is im- given by Miss Lydia Barrs. Mrs. I
i of Bucklea' Arnle '* h'e this
cur III nUt<.thir.1 thn time required by have his feathers plucked to a finish. '
auy ii*" tiuiu. For r:. e I y all drug- was sent to congress for his distinguished possible take a shower bath and bask Watson will remain here about a beet on earth. 2V, at Tyd .,. A ('.>. J.

\ gi..i*. nj ability and at once became in the shade and drink in the refreshing month.-Times-Union. Drug Store. I

Hearst continues to gather in the II prominent for his patriotic labors I' breezes. The sun breeds flies, -,

delegates. The great state of Illinois Read the big posters and lend a and his popularity in the social life bacteria, germs, insects and miasma.

has just instructed her fifty-four delegates helping hand to the committee of ar of the capital. He is now one of the I I Get away from it. Hie away to
for the brilliant young editor. rangements. noted southern leaders in Washington. | seashore and mountain, and if you ITiiiA4vINe.bfs !Y

Washington society will receive belong to the cant-get-away club, .
Mrs J. D. Robertson and baby are "Do It To Day." '
unusual brilliant addition in Mr. : ramble in the woods, where the re- Are sure indications of some form of stomach !
. r back from a visit to relatives at The time-worn injunction, "Never i an F trouble biliousness or a bad liter. M&kria will :
Whitnt'Irs.. Robertson put off 'til to-morrow what you can do i Lamar and his bride. t 1 freshing zephyrs blow and seek shelter I next overtake you. Don't rUk It, aDd above ail, ";
was quite i
\ sick during. her absence.Mr. to-day," is now generally presentedin The wedding will be one of the : under its unbrageous oaks. I \ don'ttake calomel or quinine-loth aretU&gerooiHERB1NE ;

--.- ._ -- this form"Do it to-day!" That is most important events of June. Several -i I j Whatever you do, keep out of the I s' tI

Ball Snowden, of New Orleans, the terse advice we want to give :you I hundred invitations were issuedtoday. sunshine!
about that hacking cough or demor- i .
formerly of this city, was visiting in alizing cold with which you have been On account of the mourningof iI I Masonic Picnic is Indefinitely Postponed I has all their virtue*-notw of their

Ocala yesterday. He was on his way for several Mrs. Toy, Mrs. Healy's mother, I deadly effects. HER8LtAkea .
I struggling days, perhaps I re larly will forestall, heallAchH.
to Sumtervilleto visit his sister. weeks. Take some relibale remedy for there will be no reception after the tho Jizc.uv rji-::. in |*rf ct coadi- "
it today and let that remedy be Dr. !!j Martel, Fla., June 15, 1904. lion, Lea, i ._ i":i':-'ttitesa. he0Jai bt.e.
Major. T. C. Hall is at home again Boschee's German Syrup, which has I ceremony, only a dinner at which will [ ro theFditorof the Ocala Banner I live: lib, UT j,*. laTi.Y pAl ht .
be present the members of both fam- I IT TODAY.
after an absence of several weeks been in use for over thirty years. A 1 I J Having received protests from the J I /
50Q Do Bdttla.a8BBaasr. .Ut Diu{!ate
spent at St. Augustine, Lake City few doses of it will undoubtedly re- ilies.Mr. managers of the Carter's Pond picnic f 'R*esClCitlt
cold and its I Lamar and his bride will leave I
cough or con- :
and other points.Mr. your I against postponing said picnic to a : For Sale Anti-Monopoly)' Drug Store.
tinued use for a few days will cure that evening for Saratoga, to remain
later date, and knowing that the -- '-- -- -- -- -- -
and Mrs. W. M. Martin, Miss you completely. No matter how until July 13th, when they will goi .
deep-seated your cough,even if dread Masons are anxious that there should '"s.y.,,'."'.,_...!i!!" .. ____....... :.. r ....
Eugenia Fuller and Master William
I abroad for three months. In Decem-
consumption has attaked your lungs, i: be no conflict as to the day of hold- II'!.qi .1
Fuller have to Seabreeze, where ber will
gone next they go to Washingtonand
German Syrup willl surely effect a ing said picnics, and being informed IilVE EAT MEATtil
they will spend the summer months. cure as it has done before in thou- will be at home at the Shore- I !
that the Carter's Pond picnic was ad- i
sands of apparently hopeless cases of ham.-Atlanta Journal. I :m. .1" eltr. (''Hl/.. w. vet I
Mrs. Trusten P. Drake and infant vertised to come off June 24, two I ;, ,
lung trouble. New trial bottles, 25c; :2i ..
The above announcement of the : *> "!( | w w.y *. .... 14
son: of Drake's Point, near Leesburg, regular size, 75c. For sale at AntiMonopoly weeks before the Masons selected i ri ( .
' approaching marriage of one {{ R it .>"!.. Tuff i t. ,.... ......retht
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Drug Store. m that day to hold theirs, I assume the :
of Florida's most distinguishedsons !! r : III t t<'U.'f ItMMI-IH.UHtfiiiii Ity.
liam Hooker.Mrs. authority so announce that theIason's til
I Marriage Last Night will be read with great interestby : 13 's I it trkf .'r.-htftwif. ... .$KratK
:\ picnic is indefinitely post- taI
: M. M. Little is attending the At 8:30 o'clock Mr. B. H. Sands, of his friends throughout the state. ,,C: It p.,-- I.. I.. rrf*> It*
poned. H. W. LONG, ca
state convention of the Epworth I this city, and Miss Annie Brown, of I" J ,, hu'lulC Stir"t -*... ufr to |fH <
The Four D's. Secretary.
League of the Methodist church, I Silver Springs, were united in mar- i :!' ?y + ;; thr rlt"l'-t..h.r ltJ.ti th 4*r,

which is being held at Ki.simmee. riage, Rev. W. C. Lindsay performing Charles Spurgeon once said that : Marriage at Fairfie'dMrs. i jijifc cot Pay a littl IUftrt'iru..d heetwl|
I the there were three great enemies to !
ceremony.The man-"dirt, debt and the devil." He 1 John W. Smoak and Miss I '' put piruHhint! In jour MMHM hwhlHi
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin left -
yesterday took the homeof
marriage place at
have added d and included !SiI will ""II.... ...
might one more ""i Kate Payne, of Fairfield, were quietly I '2! l jr ir
for Seabreeze, where they will Mrs. Norwood, who lives oppositeMr. I
dyspepsia. The evil resultsof married Sunday at the home of I ,t w o'it- ti.'i niruittf l I..Un..< it. >. ui
( spend the summer. They were accompanied C. E. Cullen's residence and was this disease could hardly be ex I .. t -
I the bride's parents, Hon. and Mrs. M.
by; Miss Eugenie Fuller. witnessed by only one or two special aggerated. It's effects are felt in I W
i friends. mind and body, and are as far reach- I L. Payne, at Fairfield.Mr. ; EDWARDS BROS.

The next excursion to St. Louis ing as the effects_ of the curse that Smoak is a prominent young
While this wedding had been expected s Stall S and 4 CityMarket: Orala.<< Fla.
about laid the Jackdaw of Rheims
will be the turpentine operators, was on business man of that section and .
for some time the exact date which cursed in and
was "eating
one hundred in number. Col. F. Mrs. Smoak has been one Marion I L b'L Cs rE'Z' :G",n n rr.- r:GwG1 L"ntiurhJ i hJ 1 L31L4. "'T" U
was not known and many of their drinking and sleeping, in standingand
Lang and Mr. Ricn Hall, ot this city, county's excellent school teachersfor
friends will doubtless be surprised at sitting and lying. The good
will ne among the party. effects of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical several years and is a charming

The sidewalk in front of the Montezuma this announcement.Mrs.. Sands is the.only daughter of Discovery are most marked in aggra- i young woman. :........................

vated and chronic cases of dyspepsia.It I j The Ocala Banner joins with their
hotel has just some
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brown. of Silver
enables the stomach glands to secrete -
much- many friends in extending congratu- V We keep a full ntoekjOfLOOK
needed repairs. Some other Springs, proprietors of the Brown the necessary quantity of diges-
| lations and best wishes to the happy FOR
traveled walks should receive the House, and her friends will wish her tive fluids, and this at once removes oldjoe' i

same attention.Mrs. much happiness.Mr. that craving or gnawing sensation so t couple. \ps THE SEAL

common to certain forms of indigestion. All Aboard For take Weir. 9 '

M. Handelsraan and her daugh- I Sands is a prosperous young It tones and regulates the is Old Velvet ,.
Today the day for the Sunday
ters, the Misses Frank, are visiting in business man, being superintendentof stomach, invigorates the torpid liver
school picnic at Lake Weir, given under -
Marietta, Ga. Mrs. Handelsman will the Ocala Telephone Company. and gives the blood making glands I : -- Old McBrayer, i
keen assimilative power. "Golden the auspices of the Ocala church-
return in a few days but the young A Former Ocala Girl Married. /-4
Medical Discovery" cures ninety- es. A large number is booked for

ladies will spend several days with The following announcement cards eight per cent, of those who use it. I the excursion and a big time is in an- : Mark Rogers, II

friends. were received by friends of the bridein Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are I
to all other laxative medi- j ticipation. Old Charter
Mr. J. G. Herrick. of Inverness, Ocala yesterday: superior Besides boating, bathing and races, yI Q/ I
cines when the bowels are obstructed.
who a few days ago disposed of his Mrs. Elizabeth Whiting Curry there will be music and a big dinner,
announces the marriage oCher daughter Ml. Vernon
turpentine interests in Citrus county, Susieto An Exciting Foot Race.A Thirty cents for the round trip; : I

was visitor to Ocala yesterday. Her large crowd was attracted to the children 15 cents.
Mr.Edward Silver HaUey I Cascade and
has just returned from a tour of the oa Wednesday. June the fifteenth racetrack Wednesday afternoon to :
k nineteen hundred and four. I Sued by His Doctor.
state looking for a new turpentine lo- witness an exciting foot race of 100 .
Palmetto Florida. I "A doctor here has sued me for f 12 50 Other High
cation. The bride resided in Ocala for a yards between Messrs. Sanford Jew- ; which I claim was exscessive for a case .

Miss Georgia Smith, one of Ocala's number of years with her parents, ett, Nathan Peyser, and Marcus of cholera morbus: ," nays R. White, : Grade Whiskies.

most attractive and popular young Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Curry and for Frank. Mr. Don Ford acted as starter of Co aehellA, Cal. "At the trial he

1 Rebecca Boswell a several of the and the judges were Messrs. J. W. praised his medical skill and medicine. Headquarters for
ladies, and Miss years was one brighest
I I asked him if it was not
Lakeland Reagan, J. H. Bell and S. A. Stand-
charming young lady of students in the Ocala High School. I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

tF are both the guests of Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Halsey's many friends here ley.The J Diarrhoea Remedy be used as I had Anheuser-Bush Beer, m

; Watson this week.- Crystal River are greatly interested in the news of prize was $15 and was won by.I j, good rcajioc to believe it was.' 9 2

t. News. her marriage and wish. her all hap- Sanford Jewett, who came out ahead f i No doctor could u;,- a better remedy : Bottle and Draught 5
than this iu acae of cholera morbu,
Nathan Peyser second and Marcus
in her married life.
Will Crown, who has been connected piness t never fails.l Sold by all drggists. m

with the Ybor City depot for the That Throbbing Headach. Frank thin : Write for price list. Jar Trade a Specialty. Vf II .

Atlantic Coast Line, has been promoted Would quickly leave you, if you Thrown From a Wagon )Ir. Albert Connor, brother of Mr. I want your trade and will guarantee to give satisfaction.

to the agency at this place and used Dr Kiug's Xew Life Pill. Thou- Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown C. E. Connor, who has been spending

: will take charge of the business as Muds of suttems have proved their from iris wagon and severely bruised. several weeks in Ocala, has decidedto i WINE ROOMS '

4-! soon as the transfer can be made and matchless merit for sick and Nervous He applied Chamberlain's Pain remain here permanently. He OC(1LA( HOUSE 'Ii
Headaches. They make! pure blood Balm freely and says it is the best liniment
I t enable Mr. Walker to take up his du- and build up your health. Only 25 he ever used. Mr. Babcock i h a I will have charge of his brother's interests OCALA fLOIlID8h

t, ties with the Arguelles, Lopez and cents, money back if not cured. Sold sell known citizen of North Pluia, I t and is expecting his mother ,

'a Co'*. cigar factory.-Tampa Tribune. ty Tydings & C;>. Druggist. Conn. i to join him here very soon. .u..--

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canery by which Goodrich proposedto Mother's Ear'i
Because Thomas Jefferson rode t o
nASX IA13IS, 211'::. VOTED FOR QUAY.He prove his claimed majority, upon The World's Fair Full of Instructive

which the senator quietly remarked: 'the White House on horseback and Features Scientific! FarmiajrDemonstrated. i 11'0.0 r. a1ov.e... is. ....
P. 1. Learesui st.u 1C& .
:&, : Nle,." Ia/ ,......, a.. t" .
'I will help My desire to hitched his steed the .. P. i
you. prevent to picket fence Moir r ar sour r..a.
t i j fIYII '.
the seating of Goodrich was and walked in unattended and took
j i The greatest school of instruction
tide Gerjerol Bullock ii) previously known to Quay and the}
) I:l the oath of office it does not necessarily j for farmer, fruit grower and stockmen I Ii .YNJa.T.IiIrli .,....,. ale]
I president. .ou.e.-.., eo ........, .
Getting follow that all democratic presidents that has ever existed i* the rut HtttiM of .or" MONn...
"Frequent interviews were held CHILD.
I}r send' t bwe ,.., ,
with the senator, at one of which he i I|I are to follow Jefferson's exam- i World's Fair at St. Louis. The whole s JITT k J.w fee ets

!: pie forever. i j I .'J J'_, .,.,. ".. ).. I
handed me a piteous letter from i j I theme of the fair is instruction, its yet aMs4e, alfr!..r..
AN INTERESTING INCIDENT j If this contention be true what does I
Goodrich, reproaching Quay for opposing I I I most striking features are those I'r- \Q.,.,....- -urr..J
r lit signify?
I' him through my influence etc.,
I Because: Thomas Jefferson used the taining to education. To the farmer
and pledging himself (as a member of I can 11IM' ft't.." s I,.

THE BASNEL BELIEVING Capt. Welsh Tells How It Was Dane. tinder box and tallow dip, all democrats I especially are the educational feature
Mono: congress to implicity obey the sena- : 4 or Md how klt-OJAh.:: t/'t..t.

WELL ABLE TO of the twentieth must valuable. In fact more can be learned '
THOSE AT .TOP Florida Should Throw a Flower on tor. This ridiculous letter was prob- century I In bet: the hurt will lad II, -...
TAKE: CARS OF THEMSELVES, HASTAKEN scout the use of electricity. in scientific up-to-date practical
Quay's Grave. ably read by every cabinet officer and Wortd' Fair a wovU Ml tit it..rtiA
ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADE Because Thomas Jefferson hauledhis farming at the World's Fair in a week
PEOPLE member of congress and played an : tier that fe nil worth tats tin,. &M
WITH THE COMMON The Miami Record, in an interview farm than be learned
products to market behind can at all the country
LSD ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR I important part in preventing a report tidy Ike trip will t*. &. Hr xi i ii I 'sr
with Capt. Welsh, tells of a contest an ox team and for pleasure rode in and state fairs of the country in I.ears.
TilE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THEBITIOM. by the committee on contested election I e..bled toe .E .II-\JN the rIi an-

that was of exceptional interest, and the "one horse shay" all modern Here everything is thoroughand
tog world aad to rtiata to th. frut. .:firovawaM
f- .. --- --- --' -- ------ democrats must shun the fast complete and of improved
shows how:Mathew: express every sort
FRIDAY JUNE 17 lI Stanley Quay and "Something of the bitterness grow- drugv4s sad f :: *, H* e.r.nap
and the horseless
carriage. machinery and method of
other republicans aided General Ro- ing out of the contest my be gatheredfrom th*> reward of th* 118tt Md
In instilling into the minds of the cultivating the soil is carefully de
It does'nt look like a Parker land- bert Bullock. The article in the the fact that Goodrich sacceededin talon of iadhrhtMb Mi prtlmia'at
people the rigid ideas of simplicity monstrated.The .
slide. The Hearst managers claim Record is as follows: securing three affidavits claiming algid gaffs a fill betnels...
Jefferson never once thought of Palace of Agriculture is the
ISO to 175. "Capt. John II. Welsh was a recent that at the previous general electionI that will .abe Ms talelwr. (mutt
blockading the to advancementThe largest the
building on
and pleasant caller at the office of the voted the democratic ticket the way 'i I ground !o Mastb4i r arli wfBNflhlM l&rtNan

The gubernatorial candidate shouldbe declaration of independencewas I great i3 the importance attached to
Record and reference being made to I effect of which was, however spoiled +d ewruteet IMe HHHaf hi' init.-
free from all taint or suspicion of a long step in the world's advance farming by the exposition .
the death of M. S. Quay he said: by an enclosed note, which stated: company.Besides tr>'.
fraud. movement and penning that this there
many acres
'It was my pleasant privilege to 'We have sworn to everything you
State ['.to.1 Ati.
The next political excitement will document, Jefferson recognized the outside the buiiding devoted to agri
have known Senator Quay intimatelysince told us to swear but one thing, re- '

be the national democratic convention his coming into prominence in garding Captain Welsh.' fact that the world would move and culture and the Palace of Horticulture Plofirk fraw 4. atj>ii
which assembles at St. Louis no man moved more rapidly than its is devoted to fruit and fruit in Ute ...... of trad ia political affairs, and although a resi- "There was possibly not another

July 7th. dent of Florida for more than twenty man in the country occupying the author.If growing. In the Palace of Agriculture JackMwriU TikNda, *off..hif' K..t

Jefferson were living to-day he the various states of the
TbeIarion county democratic ex years, and, therefore unable to serve position of United States senator who !: Union J. B. Uy of TaUahaaaw, ..tit.., .,(
would applaud the movements that and the leading nations of the worldha.e .
ecutive committee will meet todayto !, him, he never hesitated. to respond to would compromise his position by ibtfhrUiaa AdrwrH. Clll'lUftI l ka
have produced the electric exhibits
telegraphand showing their
canvass the vote and declare the demands on his friendship. He was antagonizing his party as did Senator BMNHimf! with a prajrvf.Ttwk .
cable the arc light phonographand products. These are arranged with
result of the second among the truest of friends and well )[. S. Quay."
primary.To ... 01.Jill .
telephone, the steam locomotive excellent taste the products of field wrwby -.t.
deserved the common saying: 'His
look pleasant after a political word is his bond.' TO DECIDE WHO IS GOVERNOR and electric car, but he would put his and farm being turned into artistic Mayor N e.U. rstd tells Rspandr,!

defeat is a graceful accomplishmentwhich seal of condemnation on billion dollar decorations and beautiful pictures. to by ,.... L. Majna, taVtar of the
is possessed by no one to a 'Various Politicians Awaiting Decision of That I congresses and $15 boxes at theaters With the various products exhibitedare I'taslt+.eolt Jowlrri.ah.r .
reasons might be given
higher degree than by John Galloway. for the title 'Florida's third senator' Body, Which Meets Friday at Jacksonville :. and $10-a-day-rates at hotels. given facts and figures showing loU caU, Ie vMttimany a ......

to Declare the Result
The democratic is of where the best of die ...
party a party crops are made and af aW etat* rUM >
The Courier-Informant
re- by which he was known to Floridians -
Great local interest is manifested in progress and should not in this twen- the relative merits of the different sptl.ded MeowtofPinanc .....Ufl't'
marks that the primary system H a but it was mainly due to the
the meeting of the State Democratic tieth century return the tallow clip varieties of grains, fruits, vegetable were appoi.i.d;
ruthless destroyer of political timber. following circumstances. It will be

In Marion it retired a number of political remembered that General Bullock Executive Committee to be held at and ox cart methods. etc. Some of the leading field crops *-ffctHp laaaaa, hl.., F..rMyers

of long standing. Jacksonville Friday, at which the un- are made special features of the state ; I. P. 1.M. ,,$LIU..r, Atli
aspirants took his
congress by virtue ofa Hip Pocket Preachers in Texas
'- ----- certain issue of the recent gubernatorial exhibits and art displayed in a way "'a4: Pk.slum ..... A tadaaI.Mdrls
certificate of election .
The prices obtained for oranges the seat primary will be officially de- Mr. Cranfill who carried a gun for I to impart much useful information to ..-AHwd a. t tairTavaw

past season are not very encouragingfor was contested by Mr. Goodrich onaffidavits termined and declared. Mr. Hayden, and in a scuffle with farmers from all localities by showing .\gnat, *; rVaflk B Ham

an enlargement of the acreage. produced by Mr.H.L. Anderson Partisans of Davis and Broward are him on a sleeper near Texarkana fired
the effects of improving the see, ltatueer. Oeiia; ftwat L. MaimrVaaarola.
Many shipments were sold at sacrifice showing about 14,000 still disputing the results of the elec- I, two shots has sold his paper. Both cultivating and crossing varktta J....... .

prices._ _ _ republican determination majority for Goodrich.The tion and hundreds of dollars wageredon men are editors of leading Baptist pa- I The Uniten States government ex- )Ifta"'ltJ IfI.. A. 11 I 'JII, istiamisM

Cripple Creek Colo.. is about to administration to of the Harrison the result is being held up by the pers of the state which have been the I perimtntal stations show their methods ...... jilt./1L' Pat p
seat Goodrich
solve the problem of rotation in of- stakeholders pending the decisionof means of keeping up their quarrel.If of cultivating the soil and destroying Is4.On, Ptiai. fart !_> eta I ..........
brought;: on a struggle which for bitterness -
fice. There the mob i is lynching all and the state committee.The it had not been for their papers insects that injure crop The details -I I1_. ..... ."....
continuance has
officers who refuse to resign.Atlanta no dead silence preserved by the they could have been squelched long
of I h
parallel in congressional disposing of destructive insects sty AP, U cite
history and
Journal.It which Jacksonville newspaper on the sub- ago. The papers furnished the o means I I if studied by the farmers of hat I.*.> '-..... rw wh.e+ h1st.jofel.d .

curiously enough, was fought ject casts an element of uncertaintyover and sinews of war. Now that Cran- the aM .. .. .
i is claimed that more than a entirely by republicans. The !I countljwill save millions of
the matter. It is believed however dall has sold his, Hayden should be _.
dollars 1> .t'I.* t.
million crates of tomatoes were shipped will show of the worth of farm product, f P. 1ie1eelMt]. of ewe
something influe-
I I from all that has been made to sell his, because such men '
learnedas which eovWe ..... el.Nweed
by the growers along the east- ences operating against Bullock. At are annually destroyed by tIM In- 2.4

coast section. Had the growers defended the l ginning of this contest to the showing of the returns that cannot represent religious sentiment. these insect pests. It will be money eta**, melt wry awry *" ira1Id I '*'
on a line of oxcarts it would mittee of six, elected by the memor- Broward has a small majority, and it Both should lose their job with Chris- well invested by every farmer in the aBd jip
have been impossible to have marketed able convention of is doubtful if the state committee will tian people. There should be no placein land to visit the World's! Fair and ......P.... .... ._.eMet j tae
vegetable and
behind these returns and admit of Christian ranks for those who stir
the crop.A orange which go study the agricultural exhibits and MOI'IdIItr tr.w+t_.
growers met in the

fine collection of boomerangs sub-tropical building of Ocala in the a contest.It up strife or toat guns.-Gonzales learn how to protect his crop from la tfc* Nlee.tae. Mr. B. i- Tata

from Australia i is among the latest interest of protection reached Wash- is also indisputable that frauds (Tex.) Inquirer. -- --- the ravages of insects how to prt .ditar of taa Ililatttli .1" II.aiM l..rda
additions to the exhibits at the St. ington. The committee consisted of have been committed in various partsof the best results from planting, bow ....... ptpt er "Miser 11r ft&w.kN .

Louis fair. And now some one is Chief Justice Mabry, Hon. John E. the state and that, should the com- TORTURING to cross varieties to the best advan 4...W.>p aWaV ,L-1ed 1 rile .+

mittee go into an extensive canvass and how taW teataf** aaaa4 ..aVaVaat Tff tjfet
harsh enough to accuse several Flor- Hartridge Hon. George W. Wilson tages to strengthens and

.'; ida |K>liticians of having confiscated now editor of the Times-Union; Mr. of the returns, it would be found that fertilize the soil most effectively. .......:... ..... ... III r ..IM

Davis is entitled to the election.A DISFIGURING at.ltetr.Th..laellott.
some of them. Rogers. then resident of the Farmers The experiments made by others
number of local politicians who - -. -- -.. ... mMN 1.at1Y.d L itt
be utilized
Alliance can by the farmers who
Major McKibbon:
; and
General' Bullock/ Claimed 10 to 1- my
self. are especially interested in this race visit and study the World's Pair. a dntha of Tktil-M i. llrM ah

It must have been extremely hu- Being with President only member Harrison acquainted I- will go to Jacksonville Thursday nightto Skin Scalp and Blood They can see what crops thrive b.Bt ". ....; OU" w. Wit r. ,.....

miliating to editor Frank
to introduced the attend the meeting of the commit- in different soils and climates what lL .....; T. J. "IIi ,tr.. fur th*
party, and after being
that Stockton and
Broward Humours ..tttt.ellltk ft*
Tribune. J
tee.-Tampa tisttu..egelre7 "
succeed best with
seated and stating the object of our crops different fw
White, &IIIJ1I.I..,.
Star. mission, of which he had been previously Items from the Pensacola Journal. tilizers, when crop :1.Ohould l he varied

--- -- informed he turned to us Most of the defeated candidates will From Pimples to Scrofula from in order to rest the soil and many E. 0. Pahtl.r,1.1. TafaWNational PAtblIwaaes .
L J. Mttsrlb
Mrs ,
valuable t ,. ft*
abruptly and said: 'I cannot under- probably lay it to the primary. pointers about farming.The .
In Girlhood Infancy to Age outdoor exhibit shows -. 01 iMyle.a. a1i ..... I I.
stand how you can ask for increased o.N the
Mays. watt de.led -Lnee tee the
There is a great need of motherly watch- protection on your industries when J. Watermelon White in Duval growing plants and explains their

fulness ani care. A growing gtrl needs you do not protect the voters of was another legislative candidate who Spesdily Cured by Cuticura whem habits and proportion. This is the X lIl I .AI irllMe1. a tt'

all her strength and if she is nervous your .......... to -. ,taitIh.lra.. *1"*-..
United States
and melancholy and loses appetite thereis state' which he followed up with a got buried under the avalanche. All Else Fails. outdoor argrieulture .

surely something wrong. This is especially tirade against democratic methods N1. exhibit, under the control of the larieK lbe afasiua ertderi It If

true as the young girl approachesthat Napolean Broward's "Waterloo" is 1.1..... took Gr; :ir. to efihr tin-
The of
important period truly appalling ending with the declaration agonizing itching and burning Department Agriculture. In thia

of change : 'I have determined to seat evidently still a good way off. Factis of the skin, a* in eczema; the frightful government fann are shown the pro- ........, of ,ra. .hla.d >... Mar 1l1. h.*
when the woman he hasen't been scaling, in the hMor of ta. ... .
t even to Moscowyet. as psoriasis; loss of ducts of the soil that do best ) PM$1I.i twl 'u
ly function is es- hL+l Mr. Goodrich and send troops to in certain I
tablished. Timely s hair and crusting of the scalp as in ...... bJ .raln od fMe aortabolt
Florida to maintain and enforce scalled head the localities; what to plant in different
; disfigurements
I and ,
care tiif ..
proper '' ..
Itiwr .
eoe of II11tnl ....
f treatment at this + the rights of franchise. I was not Escambia county gave Senator Tal- as in acne and ringworm; the awful soils and what croj thrive .
i hat teat ..... .... .. .
I 4 Ms
period may save suffering of infants wry
and best
much after suf- t in Washington for defending democrats iaferro the biggest majority of any anxiety of by alternating the varieties.In .
worn-out parents, as in milk crust tet the p 4.ItI'" HU.J M Petirll lP Mrprrw
fering. f who at that time had little love county in the state. Escambia, by Palace of Horticulture can
The best medicine ter and salt-rheum-l.U demand a rem- tlw... Nw .... e1 1IPirMlet.
i for young for republicans but the gentlemen the way, never does things by halves. edy of almost superhuman virtues to be seen the finest fruits produced in I
girls who are present four of whom were democrats .... successfully cope with them. ThIS the United States and Canada and that awaMwt o .at IM Ant

nervous, melancholy ;i Cuticura+ Soap Ointment and Resolv- *k N (3eioh.t.11'trin .
Broward's total vote of 1344 in Es- valuable pointers in fruit .
were there at growing
ana irregular -Z 11 ++ my instance and, ent are such stands proven beyond all

of appetite outraged at the president's conduct I cambia county will just about tally doaht. No statement is made regard- may be obtained from a visit to ?day Is.ottslteR iitlr "rM

is Dr. Pierce'a Favorite j replied: 'Mr. President with his majority in the state. Es-' Ing them that Is not justified by the the several state exhibits in this build lug Ute ......., ., M.f+l1' u.latr.
Prescri p- t'' you have strongest: evidence. The purity and

tion. It curesnervousness F told us a story of outrages, repeatedto cambia is really a mighty important sweetness, the power to'afford Immediate ing.Farm St. i4teteis IIIi eethsfee aM

dizziness relief, the certainty of speedy and famine
of afflJ1tut tahi
factor in state machinery kind Is ksirllaa is
and melancholy you by Mr. Goodrich an individual politicts yet. permanent cure the absolute safety ,

promotes t who would not be believed *+.. and great economy have made them shown in the Palace of Agricultureand tended the.. HJT 3oI&lIIt_ n ,.
,: the and ; Ill]! lib I oath the standard
appetite And now the Broward's skin cores blood purifiers kind of and visited DM Jam -..
has every labor-saving device I allele bi'..
gives the body y"f wherever known, and whom the map and humour remedies of the civilized I'

robust health.ter ll 1r republican party cannot served its purpose and can be laid world. imaginable can be studied there, no and Wednesfhy<< .....J I 18 .... .....
There is alcohol afford to Bathe the affected with hot

no parts
in "FavoritePrescription" stulify itself by seating, and, pardonme away, let us again turn attention water and Cnticura Soap to cleanse that farmers have the whole world of Jaekstswille lUll II 1111111......

andit IjIIjf/i) ii// for saying that should to the Japanese war map and theMikado's the surface of crusts and scales and before them from which to select the with a try siie... MM Mly
i is entirely free you soften the thickened cuticle. Dry

from opium cocaine troops to Florida for the purpose campaign in the east. without hard rubbing, and apply Cuti best machinery and farm implementsas Br.watt.sUss Ih.The ...

and all stated cura Ointment freely to allay itching, well as the best seeds to plant.In -
other narcotics. your will be dyed with It is said that among other exhibtsat Irritation and Inflammation, and soothe felt af .
peybarrttl aa. ....
*My daughter wu troubled with dizziness and the blood of innocent thousands and the St. Louis and heal, and lastly, take Cuticnra Re- the Model Poultry Farm, justeast !
constipation. aDd was very nervous for five ( exposition North solvent, to cool and cleanse the blood. of the Palace claim.
.. writes Mr*. M.Carter, of that when of Agriculture
jrear 1545 4th Street, you die, should Dakota This can
N. W..Washington. D.C.I tried several doe- anyoneerect proposed to place as a testi- complete local and constitutional The e.HWt sh.wM.1
be a elrile
lots but they her re1i to treatment affords Instant relief seen the finest chickens docks tM.Pntguy.
rave no ( At times she :your memory a monument monial of per- ,
the "divorce
would eat nothing, had and industry" the
green purple circle mits rest and sleep la' the severest .
under her eyes aad was melancholy. A woman the epitaph engraved thereon will beI I: forms of and other greese and poultry of all kinds with
friend of mine told me to try your Favorite names of all who had been relieved eczema itching The ahtillu set
Prescription'and Pleasant Pellets'which I did., murderer.' The troops were not of the burning and scaly humours of the skin, instructions guiding farmer In the "Inn" sad m
;After taking one bottle of each she began to im- martial ties in that state within scalp and blood and points to a speedy their tea 4 f1le enla..
and still improvement of their wt .ff e
prove IS improving. People said she sent. poultry.The .
the few permanent and economical cure when
looked she past years. The overwhelming -
a*though were going into a decline. line of
all else falls. several ex esi-a,4 ..... .
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She twelve years old. There are no circles QUAY APPEALED stock exhibit give .
f round her eyes now and she is healthy androbot TO. number of protests brought to Bold --- ---
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,tats as much us any child and is growIng "The following morning I related bear however decided the ( form of CboeoUt Co!e4 Kli .lie pn vial of fiG), the farmer the best idea of the improvements No win titer .name usiiet
fatter every daysDr. commis- O1IItmeat,40c8o tie. repots London rf China

.Pierce'J Pellets regulate the bowels. \ to Senator Quay m- interview with sion that it would not be popular: AYe.hone fcq loner.i Fin Drat,i k Rue U Corp.PU.Sole Barton+ Proprietor.137 Colombo. In .stock breeding and with ah't'11WIIIc K lit} .. M clot

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i} made that his tie is a "B S. M. his collar is of the "Arrow Lklq J

q Brand; his fancy shirt is a "Wachusett and so on down j jI

to the bottom of things and there you will find his foot in p0 '

' c B. & P. Korrect Shape Shoe which as you know is' the best A

04 shoe on the market for the price, and the patent leathers are Qifi

& guaranteed. We have other shoes besides the B. & P. but dQp

p 9 the patent leathers are not guaranteed. fd a ari
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( Try the EXCELSIOR SHOE in the new "Golf Cut" and we think you will
r satisfied with the results.
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For instance we are gelling our regular ;;oocJ" Anything you can think of for any TfHlJ *, chairs, rug, window shacks' mat Know whtTH to KH it full im tII..4 nit wall

$1,00 1 chair I for Me,; our $OJ.00 table for U5; part of the hnu+ .e. Keaf the tint:. JwnjN lounge stoves, tinware toilet Kiva: you the) Informaikw, U M w nl I u ttyp

. our 31.75 rocker for .'0 dresser things we handle and it will give you an idea.
$1 $13.00
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12.00, and everything-in proportion. Bed room suits, chiffnneires, sideboard,

'nitcar.! ham bags etc. to out ohhlgalitllllw
carry all ,
Call and see what bargains we have. hall racks, book cases writing desks I, dressing : -

We carry a very large and varied line of tables. When) > ou want something and don't ViHirs tot i Pt....



,Our "Success Has Been Due to Our Strict Attention to Business and Fair Dealings to All],.

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same are engraved and executed and and if all the inspectors be absent, then allowed the use of the northwest room nected with the present building, and, placed in avd repair.

OCALA[ BOND 0RDiNANCE! [f. sell the same at not less than par and those persons present qualified to vote in the court room as an office was, I Whereas,, the United States Court )fro X. A. Fort reported |t 4.> ..;... ,

dispose of the proceeds as provided by shall fill the vacancies. The polls shall upon motion, granted. [holds a session in this city, and by It tion from Mr. A ill*. for a<.m paid

this ordinance, and such further ordi- be opened at 8 o'clock a. m., and closedat The petition heretofore filed with this j there is a hope that the 1:. S. government by him. on Heather tahmdiu..4r

Authorizing the issuing of Bonds by they nance or ordinances as may be passedor 6 o'clock p. m., with an intermissionof board asking that Mr. Freeman be removed will soon erect a public building Upon motion It wad ordfJN Itw' tb*

City of Ocala, to pay off, cancel and adopted with reference thereto. Said one-half hour between 12 noon and as mark and brand inspector in the city of Ocala and may be ia.doec clerk notify H. L. AadaNrm ",tau .

discharge certain Indebtedness of the board of trustees shall be appointed by 1 p. m. The polling places shall be located I of district Xo. 9, which said petitionwas :>d to establish this court here perman ney for Mia Fran'** !/. .III..... J

city, evidenced by judgment and out- the governor of the state of Florida, I at, or as near as practicable to, referred to Mr. S. R. Pyles for investigation -ntly, and, H. :* ** JoaiabFrank ....,.. .u'-l 1

standing scrip; to place said city on under the provisions of section thirteen the polling places used at the last general After having investigatedthe Whereas this county and this fople Pan, that in care tw 'trttftl.. '

a cash basis; to better equip the elec- of said act approved June 4, 1S89. city election. The clerks and Inspectors same, Mr. Pyles reported that he deserve a much better and more eons Lien appointed to MM aam M.. e.,.

t trio light plant of said city; providing Sec. 5. This ordinance proposes and, of election In each ward shall did not think the cause set forth in | modious building; and that ,,e do believe ed by die lonttfcMi of the <* *u *MDvnaclion

for the payment of said bonds provides for the issuing of bonds for make out and sign duplicate returns of the petition was sufficient grounds to j/ that $:;;)OOO spent in remodeling rand paamnf abjmuan t hex t .

,and for submission to the qualified the purpose of paying off and cancellingan election, and shall deliver one copy remove Mr. Freeman, and therefore j 1 the present building would give us th* ....., did not art water .." ,,*Ht.

voters of said city the question of the outstanding judgment against the thereof to the city clerk for the city recommended that Mr. Freeman be retained -_4 necessary relief that is demanded, from date ......... that aaid rmf,!

issuance thereof. city of Ocala; taking up, paying off and council, and one copy shall they deliver as inspector and that the petition therefore be it to arbitrate h* and ia husky' .'.... *ii.i

Be it ordained by the Mayor and the retiring the Indebtedness of said city to the mayor; said returns shall asking his removal be refused. : Resolved that a commute of this and that IMo chairman. af mia I.Mbe

City Council of the City of Ocala: represented by its outstanding scrip issued state the number of persons voting at The report was accepted by the board. board be appointed to submit at the and h* h hrby awtharhji ,.. .. ,

Section 1. That the mayor of said by said city, and such as may be said election in the ward from which Claim of Mr. Nichols for right of way I July meeting some plans and nw*.- I. Mitnte ......1........ praoaadtna* 4. t* .

city is hereby directed to issue his pro- issued pending the negotiation of said the return comes, and shall show the across his land for a public road was tions looking to the end of remodeling t each caw maaw and prarttid by I.; .

clamation, calling an election to be held bonds; to provide a fund for the necessary number of votes in that ward cast respectively referred to Mr. Wartmann for investigation the present court house. I )Jr. Lanar reported tint .. fc-4 *t .

on the 19th day of July. A. D. 1904. to and ordinary maintenance repair "for" or "against" the issuing etc. The ferryman, Mr. Morrison appeared I aminod th* caraway baaH by Mr 6 I

determine whether or not the issuanc and replacement of the electric light of the bonds for the purposes named :Mr.: Long thereupon filed his reportof before the board and reported, sa1M Caantrittt, neat .If

of the bonds, proposed by this ordi plant owned by said city, and for such submitted by this ordinance. The the poor farm, which is as follows: that parts of the bridge at Stark's f-,.- AtktaaafT; place, and thai the <*i4ca

nance to be issued under and by virtue Increased appliances for the manufac city clerk shall prepare and furnish to To the Board of County Commissioners ry were In bad repair. :Mr. Pyle. a -**w.y had hem raaaptjMd m atcordaae -

of the authority conferred upon the ture and distribution of electricity in the inspectors and clerks of said election of Marion County: commissioner was thereupon appoint with th. cJH.m, |i .Mtbereapon

mayor and city council, in their corporate I connection with said plant as may be in the respective wards all necessary Gentlemen: I visited the poor farm ed by the board as a committee te investigate ordered that a -.". ... few

capacity by provisions of an act of I necessary to furnish the same to the lists and blanks to be used in said June 2. The inmates, eight white and the same and have full power $M h* drawn in aft&mhMt fur ..*.i

the legislature of the state of Florida I takers of the electric service supplied election. four colored are contented and as well i to act in all things connected there- .i I work.I .

entitled: by said city; and to provide a fund to The city council shall at its next as infirm persons could be expected to with. ,I II It..* mm trestles deleted fe> ***

"An act declaring the boundaries of be used in placing said city on a cash regular meeting after said election or I be. The last inmates admitted, air The clerk presented; pay rolls kept board that a warrant few l.* i.

the territory constituting the municipality basis. at a special meeting thereof for that j'I Johnson and wife brought sufficient during the last term of the court ford I I....., payihte to .... 4, T. Uw atraawnt.

known as the city of Ocala dividing At the election to be neld on the 19th purpose, canvass and declare from the furniture to furnish their room an witnesses; which pay roils were exam I iirnaniint hi Ml at .. *.*..

the same into wards changing day of July, A. D. ]:f04, and hereby authorized said returns of the inspectors and expressed themselves as being delighted ined by the board and accepted and i meat with the board atoll tar fen"'tith

the time of holding elections therein the question to be submittedto clerks of election the result of said I I with the treatment they receive and approved. I woat aid of th* feMtoM ..*. tr.

and providing for the appointment of the qualified voters of said city shall election, and shall certify the result of I their general surroundings. The cropsare Petition asking to change the location riM road, and that th* amid Its fata

certain officers the issuing of bonds I be whether or not bonds of said city said election as declared by them from absolutely in good condition, with of Martin and Fellowship road a e i tail tttimwt of ati drape ,V. *

and the assessment and collection of shall be issued not exceeding in amount their said canvass to the mayor, andsaid prospects of a sufficiency of corn for follows: Commence at sw cur of .wi j I i same or .obHaartnn m law ..... m" .

taxes in said city." Approved June 4, I the sum of forty-five thousand dollars certificate shall be recorded in the another year. The crops have held up of revel 4 of sec 14, tp 14, r 20, e, thence. 'j I .

18S9, shall be authorized by a vote of a for the purposes set out in this section minutes of the proceedings of said city remarkably well under the trying ordeal e 14 mile, thence n to the intereectloji |I )(r. S. L. C......*,. ta* aaJtortar r..

majority of the qualified voters of said and this ordinance, and each qualified council. The mayor of the city of OcalaIs of the protracted drouth. Forty- of the Blitchton and Martin road, wa Dotted c.N.rttear m ttt tt.alstt .d ttcbtene .
city at said election. elector shall have hereby authorized to appoint the four crates of filed and laid over until the
an opportunity to cantaloupes had been next NtJUI I+i af fSMt, sad air **a rt4 iratttmr -
Sec. !. The mayor: and city councilof vote for or against the issuing of said number of special policemen necessaryto shipped and six crates were beingI lar meeting of the board. |I I: l.tetlatt m teeanN Cif ... tntltN ..r 1M ,

I said city of Ocala in their corporate bonds for said purposes; and if by said serve at the polls on the day of sai I packed to ship. The net returns of the Notary public bond of TVm. 1.. Swtth. j I and HI *ntraxTh

capacity, shall issue from time to time, I vote the issue of bonds hereby propos election. The inspectors clerks and first shipment (14 crates) amounted with Albert A. Bartlett and C. H. ,...- i fottowhw hjMteat af tins i..*'..

bonds of said city in denominations of ed not to exceed the amount herein policemen shall each receive for their. to $"::.10. bees, sureties, was approved. reported BM* Imjiiil hj lmr outs

one hundred dollars, the principal of named and for the purposes set out by services on said day the sum of $'.'. I Expenses for May Notary public bond of G. W. Ner tile,j j II &II ,......: J. M. rbilnti', HTurmip J fl
each shall be payable at the end of not this ordinance be Said election in all matters not herein with W. J. Mixson ;
authorized said I Superintendent's and R. H. .tie ..... ....; >L a mm file W
salary, $35; hired
less than ten years nor more than bonds shall then Issue under the direction specially provided for shall be con labor $40.70; washing and ironing and John Gamble, sureties, wa a I{, .... ttU; H a. amrUhbi ||**,
twenty years, the aggregate face valueof of the mayor and city council as ducted as nearly as possible or practicable proved. r't'M I fellOWm* JWClM
$4.50. Total, $80.20. MfMTM -
said bonds in no event to exceed the herein, and as may be hereafter, prod in compliance with the laws of Pension application of J. J. Itetk WM : .... tonnoaad hi their raawta f IMiiitomn.

sum of forty-five thousand dollars; sal vided, and the proceeds thereof shallbe the state of Florida governing elections, SundriesH. i approved by the board. Ak.. Wyrnat, ft. .....,A. i

bonds shall bear interest not to exceed applied to the purposes hereby pro and the ordinances of this city in vela B. ::Masters $14.45; Mclver and The following persons having proj j W. Bartaar, W W. Jasm, MK. rr

five per cent per annum, to be fixedb posed and to no oth&r. tion to municipal elections therein. MacKay, $4.90; Rheinauer and Co.. rented bonds to carry firearms, aad : 1huIa-. ft. iMMa. t'. C.Mr. ItiMetP

)' ordinance, which Interest shall be Electors desiring to vote for or Sec. 8. All ordinances or parts of $6.09; Ocala foundry 40c.; T.V'. which bonds appeared to be .. +e+Nw i! T. E. trewurw.

payable semi-4innually on the first day I against the authorization of the issuingof ordinances in conflict with the provisIons Smith, $5.55; Ocala Manufacturing Co., shape, with good smirltted. ,wr approved | reMtMM Mi1M11Ia1 IJIIIJRl. ail .

of January and July of each year there bonds of said city for the purposes of. this ordinance are hereby re- 60 crates, $5.60; E. L. Freyermuth repairing as follows: W. C. Taw I ... ._ am MNtst

after, and shall be payable at the city above mentioned, and for the amount pealed. pump $5; Dr. Blackiston, physic J. A. Kilpatrick, Wm. 1{. Harrfww, VT. ;;; thpia F'1i.L'

of Ocala. Said bonds shall be engraved herein specified under the provisionsor of Sec. 9. This ordinance shall take effect I for mules, $1. Total, $42.99. Total J. Morrison T. C. Smyth, i .... Nat ttw.... ., Mi M

under the direction of the may this ordinance, may vote a white paper immediately upon its passage and I expenses for May, $123.19. Mr. H. Dansby applied to the board .,.... 1..1..... rtlelirt. 18N tMM t1oDlsbttr.rd.

and city council of said city, and shall ballot containing the words: "For approval by the mayor, and the mayor Credits for reduction of amount ncarjr to . .. /111A
be signed by the mayor and city clerk, I bonds," or "against shall' with all due and I' J I
bonds, and each of proceed speed redeem lands in tp 13, r 21, .I4MtMJa( --
and shall bear the corporate seal of the I said ballots shall be counted as a ballot diligence to carry the same Into effect Produce paid for labor, SOc.; produce to $178.44; which matter wa rMarrd i rttMtar. .. .. t MMmutt
city of Ocala, and shall not be sold at sold for cash $8.55; net returns for 14 I
authorizing in far
or disapproving, as the so as anything herein provider to Commissioner Wartmann, wither pew_ CetIatt' '-= Pu'
less than their face value, and shall case may be, the issuance of bonds for to be done by him. I crates of cantaloupes, $22.10. Total to act. .... Mitt 1t.t ter 81
be delivered in the $31.43.: I
amounts as same the purposes proposed and to the Passed by city council May 24, 1904. The application made to IbM betel Treailitrll" I J lit'. .
are paid for for the purposes herein amount named herein. Approved by W. J. Edwards, Mayor, The above includes harvesting oatsand at a former meeting the
by Times-Union Diaktm.d . .. tau MtMil
after mentioned and provided for; and Sec. 6. Said bonds shall not be sold May 26, 1904. cantaloupes and repairing pump. to take space in a magta. <*# .
the proceeds of sale of said bonds shall There has been -
by the trustees, except the sale thereof A true copy. Attest: harvested 1930 bundlesof motion was refused upon the groand ..... r". N .. .
te applied only to the purposes for shall be authorized by the proposed ordinance (Seal.) E. K. Nelson City Clerk. oats, which were neatly saved. of the financial condition of the nuMtjr. IMN atld rwau rt

which same are hereby authorized. carrying this into full effect Respectfully submitted, Upon motion it was resolved ky HM aiL MM ti ...... .. ,- MTrmainhl

Said bonds shall have interest coupons I hereafter to be enacted.. or by some ,I H. TV. Long. I board that the action taken h..ri.iaf.. I Knill.. .tM

engraved and attached theretsigned o, subsequent ordinance, if the vote at COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.Ocala [ It was upon motion ordered by the viz: At the meeting in S ptnnfc.r, A. Des1:: .. ., .. It
by the city treasurer of the said
said election should authorize the issuance D. 1903, 6::
j board that a warrant be drawn for $4, page of tab _
city, and payable on the dates above
bonds as herein provided. board, accepting a proposition of tb* ......., . . hUt *iM.
named and at the place specified in payable from the the road fund and in
If 4he full amount of the bonds lit., June S 1904. Ocala .
that Banner to accept 1M eoptx herd ....... at4rrrlea
this ordinance antIe above mentioned may be authorized to be issued should, Board met in general session on this, favor of Mr. J. Mornston, for road of the Industrial edition for which IbM WAttt I+t+ai -....

ordinance to be ht.eafter passed designating for any cause not be negotiated, then the Sth day of June, A. D. 1904, the taxes improperly collected. board agreed to pay th* MUM af $.., a T rla rmM, .--.

such place. the surplus of said bonds in the hands regular session having been deferred Mr. I. W. Ogle appeared before the the said motion of the board hi hr..h? -- ...- --. .

Sec." 3. The city council shall levy of the trustees shall be by them surrendered I from the 6th day of June to this, the Loard and reported to the commissioners rescinded upon th* ground of th* failure Wont .4AM 1
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annually such special tax on all the I II ** ***.
to the city council of the city I Uh day of June.. 1904. Present: H. W. of the said newspaper to carry .*t
taxable property within the corporate of Ocala a disbursement of $15 which the Can aaftfcimf h* wire .ian .. fcvi
and shall be
by said and
city Lorg. chairman, and Commissioners publish the issue within a reasonable
limits of said city, which is hereby council destroyed board had drawn for the benefit of J. twit e?efjr mh e.. ** h* jraay mat *
and no bonds of said 11 L. "Wartmann, J. L. Edwards, N. A. time thereafter.The .
pledged to the payment of said bonds city A. Lumpkin and returned to the boarrt t+** w.* th* Mpoftomw af HM& N
authorized by this ordinance, and F.rt and S. R. Pyles. I agricultural report of the ai....
and the Interest thereon, as may be by the said $4 of the amount. Mr. Ogle was tendered :;f'''''. p. .,.. Ala. "F af Ittd.ttyrarr"
election hereby required Minutes of last meeting were read sor was submitted to the board, which
necessary to pay the interest on said to be called and held, shall after such and approved.The the thanks of the board for his report, after examination thereat WM .. wfttaa, "l tt ......
., bonds and provide for their payment I cancellation be sold economical disbursement of the same. I frrarte Meirt fN. IdIiitt,1hs.web
or negotiated for board, upon motion declined the approved.The .
and retirement when the same shall become any purpose. The petition signed by citizens of anwt ;; I tr.tlltMr; Deab mw..d .
application to have lightning rods board thereupon adjourned antfltomorrow
due under the provisions of an Sec. 7. The mayor shall Shady Grove road and Camp Izzard I ........... ..SS ,..t$ M e.d aft
cause his placed upon the court house. morning at 9 a'daek.June .
ordinance hereafter to be passed to carry proclamation road, asking that the board make and r....nrni. MMto A. hSd 1w .
said election, and I.drlie Richards was brought before 'a.iliet.I
Into effect the declare the above named roads hard 9, 1904
provisions of this or- also a of try die IMMt1tt
copy ordinance, to be pub- the board and his character a.tin..
dinance and the said city council and lished for at least surface roads and that the work upon The board met All mentor prev re.tdt.. wp.esellwNa. 1
thirty days next Ni4w.e f e.
prior such as to make him an unfit person
mayor shall from time to time,. by or to the time of the holding of said for the farm said roads be continued a distance ent.It oee and nswl lain aaTIpItIII .
poor an of
dinance require the trustees of said election in a appropriation: from Ocala to" a point on each of said was upon motion of the board ordered ." rV La...., Rtuaq I MI'uIM1r 1
newspaper .
published in $4 a month was ordered paid to Solomon
bonds and the disbursing agents handling said city of roads six miles from the 'cIty limits of that the chairman appoint delegates < allotS ItaaVmT.a tnmmammmV mmmmnntanmrn
Ocala. Florida. Said pro- Roberts for him instead of $3 nj W .*..... mw mfi
the money hereby provided to be clamation shall per Ocala was granted as follows: That to the Good Roads Aeedsllaa. the _jr mm1iai .
state the time place month, as now paid.T. > July **, Itif
raised, such bonds for the faithful performance and manner of I the Ocala and Shady Grove road beI to meet in Tampa on June :I next, aM *,itW hy Tsp 4 IXit.
holding said Qty.
election, I C. )sail appeared before the board
of their duties as may be shall state the I extended from where it now is to a the chairman thereupon appotet4 a. <. .
on which the with reference to the release of Ed
necessary to fully protect the interestsof vote is to be point 1}{ miles further, and that the delegates E. L. Wartmann. X. A. Fart
said city; said special tax for interest names of the taken, and shall state the LoU, who had been fined. $150 and Camp Izzard road be extended 1% S. R. Pyles and J. L. $Iwarle. Tmt Dwwfit (liiMjin ...... hmttMM .11
and inspectors of c.rsts. $6.50 total $156.50. It tar lh
was on
and for the payment: of said bonds election in the miles from where the same has al- There being complaint to tile boned and IItt.Yr.t1wwr
shall be payable and collectable onlyIn 1 city in the several wards of said motion ordered that the said Ed Lott ready been macadamized.The that the road known a. the oM wire tttt ----.. MM! th* Alta ysitsr __\
same manner as is provided be delivered to T. C. Hall and E. P.
lawful money of the United States, in the general election board thereupon passed the fol- road leading from SuauaortoM ta atrmlbd lu thM fin*, to *........
ordinance; ands Tliagard upon payment of $100 the 1
or In past due coupons of said bonds any clerk or lowing resolution: Wildwood. bad not been opened .p M w .. pahiaa of tnajmiiiml
Inspector of election said Hall and Thagard assuming all +>n at flw-
and when collected shall be applied shall fall or refuse to serve, others maybe responsibility of keeping the said prIs- Whereas, the present court house is agreed by parties Captain PrIM WM Wo..'. '*. TW ttUn eunnteti. ten
solely to the entirely Inadequate to transact the appointed a
payment of Interest on appointed In their committee oC OIM to investigate
places or if any oner. -lII.', Vitl.r slid
said bonds and the business of our courts no jury the tiNp tiro, ep h
principal thereof inspector or clerk of election ; roomor same with power t.. act
I named by Bond of Charles Veal
as justice of ( YfHJirh
as the sam hall <" may become due. the mayor fails to attend office for circuit court judge; all the The clerk was directed to11M Use a< taviml W awawaMa,. f tfMtii v
at the
proper peace district No. 4, with J. S.
Sec 4. .There shall be a board of polling place at the time of opening the Weathers and John F. Parker sureties, officers who occupy the offices in the superintendent of the S. A. I* Rjr. Ceo and 8 ti Hbt .... Oihjiinfl) th*

it three trustees whose duty it shall be polls for election those Inspectors present I was approved.The court house are in a much cramped and request that the crossing south af train mt ffmw Mbaj. ui HI'hjm.rfavdjr

to receive eaI .|bOnds as soon as thel shall fill the condition; some are compelled to have Ocala where the said road crosses Or.
vacancy vacancies !I. request of Judge Bullock be their offices in other a dfiUnmi tC |7 mite. ***** if
buildings not con- ange avenue, near Mr. Terrell", be
covered in tWai1& + H .....

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(Office in Gary-Aftnew Block.)

Brother of the Late Martyred I Vain City of Siu-Yen Has Been Tak. It| D. FULLER.
Effort to Serve Subpoenaon
en by Storm. I
President. DEXTIST. J

Reginald Vanderhilt. THE RUSSIANS ARE DISMAYED. Over Munroe &Chambli..flank Ocala. Fla. I II
I SERVANT SLAMMED THE DOOR. Capture of Sin Yen Gives Mikado's J _

Death Came Without Warning to His Forces Great Strategic Advantage. PHYsICIAN l> SCRGEONOAce .

Millionaire's Testimony Desired in the over ie.t-i.ot Grocery Opp. :Montezuma.
Family-Hit Wife Discovered Him Control of Road to Mukden-Othe<" > OCALA FLA fy s 3Ed
I Criminal" Proceedings Against Rich
Sitting In His Chair Cold and Lifeless I Eastern War News. ----
ard H. Canfield t'DWIN sPfcNVER.
Accused of Conducting
iIi Having Been Dead Some Time. : Tokio, June 13.-The, city of Siu ft 11

i Gambling House. Yen has been taken by storm and tie ATT'mXEY-Al-l.A\\ .

Somerset, Pa.., lune 13.-Abner Me- Russians are being surety pressed towards OCALA 7.*-v' FLORID! ,

Kin ley, brother of the late president. New YorK June 13.Believing that the .

wu found dead In a chair in his home I'I, Reginald Vanderbilt on whom representatives is reported that the Japanese J i!. CHASE e ::"

at 'b o'clock this morning. :: of the district attorney's army is now storming the cu.yul llai DENTIsT. :

Ills death came without warning to i j I office for several months have un-uc- Cneng. OCALA FLA i I' f

his family. Ills negro servant, who :I cessfully endeavored to 'crve a SUD- ny the capture of Slu 1'en great
poena compelling him to appear as a has been secured CARLOS L. SISTRCNK .
was sleeping in his roost, was up with strategic advantage
I I witness in
him at 2 o'clockand it Is not known criminal proceedings anu tae control ot the road 'to Mutt ATTDRNEY'AT.LAW.

at what time Mr. McKinley got up against Richard H. Canueld. Is ic this den attained. Room t. Masonic Buildtn;. Ocala Fla 5/1 at ,
city, detectives have been stationel
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again, as he did not awaken his ser- t
rant around the Neslaon residence in Fifth :bt.:: Petersburg. June 13.-Tne Kus- \ ,

avenue since last night.It sky Invahde, in concluding an articleon \ ,
Mrs. '
McKinley walked '
Into his roon. '
at 8 o'clock and found him sitting in was reported yesterday that the military situation In the Far r : ; \'. v

young Vanderbilt had suddenly Mt East inclines to the belief that fighting RRYLEEDS : : \ \
a chair, cold and apparently dead. A "I .
physician summoned I Philadelphia, where h3 had Deen lor has alrtady occurred in front of \
who saia
several! Search
weeks! a thoiouga ot
death had occurred two or three Port Arthur, and that the Japanese
the places in this city frequently visited sustained
a reverse.
hours before.
by him was begun uj a det ti\'e. -- MEET r \
'I After a careful search tae detectives
evidently concluded
I vantlerbiit Experience has established it asa
I is really In the city, was at tae resi- j fact. Bold by all dealers. Yon
Plan Directed From Railway
of Campaign BOW-they grow. loot Seed
Experience Artist In Woods Near I
: dence of his mother-in-iaw.;. Noil- } Carriage. Annual postpaid free to all ap-

Flushing, L. I I. I sot:. Nothing develooeii curms the Ii j licanU.
Lia tang, June 13'me entire Russian
New York M. PERKY & CO.
June D.
13-Surrounded bya "
night but the j ji -
today detective iu.-ceed .
i ; plan oi campaign is directed froma DETROIT, MICH. w iairwiw.wr .A ;
pack of yelping curs a young man i! ed In slipping into tie house past a i

believed to be the son of a wealthy maid while the latter was picking up i ij I railway carriage in which General I I We prepay freight or express charge no the following:
Kuropatkin works, eats and sleeps.
parents and a graduate of Packard j I the morning papers :at the ;oar A j. The commander in chief passed the Spring ])alt-. Baltimore Rye. 15 yean* old, 4 full 'aba. 90.04). It foilFamily 4ylr
university of Virginia, has been found I I moment later, however the defective LOOKING AHEADPersons !. 15.Ol.
most of his time in the btudy at work.
unconscious in the woods near Flush- is said to have met determined -
lug L. I. Part of his clothing was i I in the form of a negro seivLir.who opposition \ : Although small of stature he is distinguishable Cabinet, Maryland lie, li years old! 4 fuil I his missing and he had been bitten many demanded to know the t *:uJer's j ji i among entourage. In the Early Stages of Kid. tUrntn

times by the dogs. I i business. j i however brilliant may be their uniforms ney Diseases Should Waste no !'!, Maryland Rye, 10 yean:s obi, 4 full if*. 8 MM). It full <|".. ftll.OO. j
I by his determim-d gestures and Time in their
After having been treated at hospital .
a ,' When the detective replied that he : sturdy figure. He has the reputa- Kidneys RightIf XXXX Moooas'ihela Rye, 7 years old, 4 full q's. H.'I.-iO.'! I: full '|fa t&tIf.CtU. a
he gave the name of Ewald desired to see Mr. Vanderbilt, hi was j
'. lion of being severe, but just and to 'mi free distribution with Wn t
Wallace of orfolk.'a.., and said informed that Mr. Vanderbilt was not Coupons our si -monthly errry pttrtht
he was an artist It was learned I in the house. The detective was ordered his word is law. He takes little or you don't stop that pain In the back, I guarantee sitisfactioa or refund your money. It"mll by |MvtaW># .*f .ifre*. 1

that Wallace no rest, except a half hour's siesta torn of these days you are extremely money ord.-r. Goods shipped promptly and in plain hexes. 1
bad occupied a hut in the t from the premises by the: negro
after luncheon when the he' is excessive liable to hare Bright'i Disease or some 7
uplands near Flushing tor several j j and on leaving, again took up his station '* C 413 West say it. '
and he occasionally *iculges! other form of kidney trouble. You are Maryland Whiskey O.
months, studying and sketching. on the opposite side ot the street. Jacksonville. t
in the distriction of reading liter Just as much in danger if you hart dryness -
lie held for
was an cxpnvnation by I Later, a second attempt was madeby
I ary works.* The general eats well of the skin headaches restlessness I
alienists. j two detectives to enter the n .u.e. T ,-

The hut where Wallace lived was I A butler answered the Dell, but wnen of simple food, selavm remaining at unusual appetite and great thirst, or If "
the table mole than half a<\ hour. He notice a sediment or cloudiness In the 1
filled with sketches and paintings. I asked if Riginald Vanderbilt was in, you REFLECT[ A MOMETe[
drinks wine sparingly, smokes a cigar
j promptly slammed the door. A few urine or other urinary Irregularities. 4g7 'I ,

DUraell and Gladstone.A minutes later the bell was again rung or two after breakfast and setsa FOL!: '. KID ET CURS: makes the ki4I I ,
abort time before hIs death Disraeli I general example of abstemiousnessto
right and whenever there are az
and again the bulter appeared: neys any I Ha'eou decide! the ftfttf
for his to Millais. In his o'clock on a
lilt portrait officers. He rises at 7
indications that these la the
I "I want to see Mr. \anderbiu, andI organs are I
his studio buns a proof engraving of want to see him quick!" emphatically and retires at midnight. After draw least way disturbed It should be taken I I ( ,4t 1 fertilizer you are going to Itl@? !I'.

Gladstone, with bls bands banging; I exclaimed the detective. ing up a daily dispatch to the emperor promptly and regularly until all symptoms i t i 1 not a question of how inwk. I tat .:

down before him lightly clasped and his i "The house is closed for! the sum- describing the situation his mornings of kidney trouble have disappeared.This what kind \vm' 'i tnt result
almost! taUflc expression on o
an ,
far*. Mlllals observed that Disraeli's ', mar, and every one has gone away,' are engaged in the consideration preparation ia compose of the belt can he obtained. You can't mak a
eyes were frequently bent upon the, I was the response. lions.of correspondence and tactical quet known remedies employed by kidney I I' a mistake when you use our high erode
often horse
He mounts
portrait. At length be asked him It he, I' "We know Mr. Vanderbilt is inside, a am specialist, and it cannot help but oars r
would accept a copy "I was rather, I and we want to see Urn;' persisted makes a tour of inspection ot the every form of kidney trouble If taken I ?

shy of offering it to you" he apologetically ., i I the detective., The only answer was camps and military works around Liaoi early. Thousands have tesMfled this 'cf s.: Highest cash price paid for dry l IHHM

added. "1 should be delighted, of the i Yang, sees visitors during the after
th e slamming door. fact. In even the most hopeless easel J*

_, to have It," said Ul ra ell. with what The proceedings in which VanderbUt's noon and receives reports. will always afford relief. "
is much interested in FLORIDA FERTILIZER MPG. :.MM
for blui was an almost eager manner., Kuropatkin
testimony Is desired by the dis Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith1 Grove, Ky ,
"People think that more or less throughour I i the Red Cross works visits the hos Fia.WE .
trict attorney is an endeavor to show writes: "For years I have been greatly Gaiastfills
political :lite I have disliked Mr. pitals and speaks encouragingly to the
I t4' that Mr. Canfield was the proprietor bothered with kidney and bladder trouble
GUd tone. To tell the truth, my only of house. I patients. He never misses going
a gambling
and enlarged gland. I used
difficulty In re*(>ect to him has been to the station to meet trains bring
that studying him from day to day and everything known to the profession with
BANDITS RUN TO EARTH. ing wounded men In. and out of the
understand out relief, until I was Induced to ass
to I could never
year year I funds sent from St Petersburg gives WANT
FOLKT'S KIDNEY CuKt. After taking _
him.- Train Robbers Surrounded by Depu them money according to their rank, I .........*........
three bottles I was entirely relieved and
one dollar and a half to an unmarried
Had HIM Low Spirited. ties-Capture Certain. j cured. I prescribe It now daily la my Every Grower in the State
two dollars and a half to a
Near to where we live in Scotlandthere l Glenwood Springs, Colo.. June 13.- man
and recommend Its
I* a farmer who has had consid, Sheriff Adams has returned here ands married man, and as much as $250 to practice heartily use To Have Our Books:
to all physicians for such troubles, for Jan
rrable experience In wives lie I reports that the Denver and Rio officers. He also distributes medalsto

married and burled I<< tour. After tin Grane train robbers are surrounded the wounded who have performedacts honestly state I hire prescribed It to ."'IJOIUD"EGET..nIJ}:'''"-A complete manual on .1 rid. ........

death of the last wife a friend of our in a patch of brush at the east side of special bravery. hundreds cases with perfect suocea'Ptwtottlrt ".'IOltID.oU.XGE.Hook of 'Jl't'lallnlt'rnC to Orange O"'h.

walked over one Sunday afternoon tare of the junction of Divide creek and "ruIHr... ''''LOIUD.STIl.\"'lIEIUtl.:'''"-Iklt't ou "roll.t'arietiee\i4ra.
and condole with the man, I "
poor General Kuroki Cautious.St. tion, sad Frrtilizminu.
the Grand river. A posse of 100 -- -- --------- -- ---
who, rrpnrt said had been an exceedIngly deputies were picketed about the Petersburg, June 11.-::15 p. m. HUSH IOT. TOF.-Blloklt't on r
kind and Indulgent husband tall (, and he the belief -The view of the general staff is that Effect of rulizfiv, Dinjlug and h11i.psng"
place expresses
walking his wive listlessly lie about found his the deserted Carmel I that it was impossible for the men ton as the Japanese column, which reached It WillPay PINEAPPLE .:FEUTILI/IXGM-f' IDtunt t. 4siapi4

Sin Yen, was followed by neitherof Ioruwt'r1l.
swimming the Grand
except by
garden and sympathy having u escape the main armies in southern Manchuria "IDEIL FFHirLlZEIlS .tMMik *h<>whiu all our dUr-r M i'ra.l",
ehalnud his tongue, be exclaimed: river. An attempt to do that* he
You "nl l.1't04. prir r, e-r.,
"Aye. aye! What with bringing thE said seemed almost certain death, as the Japanese have no pres. New and Revised Editions of above Just publish, seat flit leftte ssklsg

Rhea hame and pUtem them awa I]I the river at that point Is nearly half ent intention of advancing on Hal

am salt haddeu doon" (low spirited- a mile wide and has a tremendous ( Cheng, but have sent forward a forceas

Loodoo Gentlewoman.A current. t i j a feint to menace and discourageas irj You have any Real Estateto WILSON & TOOMEt} FERTILIZER COMPLY

The hunted men haN not been able I much as possible the dispatch of a | | sell, O('\I A SEED STOR1.1.FNTS, cU'.'I.,, .'I.'.
"'roDIf Idea. to obtain food anywhere during the I heavy Russian force down the Liao

A certain officious person once blus past 36 hour, and must be almost at Tung peninsula. Neither does the OR

tern Into the office of W. J. Bender the point of starvation. staff believe that the enemy's forceat -- -- -- -- .._
son. the music critic, and began to tel 1 Saimataza is of a serious character You're thinking of coming

him what was the matter with Jeaid ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED. the opinion being that General Kuroki IF to Florida for a homej I JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. OKO.W. HYDK, VIM FTM

n uke'. Interpretation of Wag continues to dangle before General

net's Tristan." Of Death of King Alexander and Clueen<< Kuropatkln's eyes a double objective, OR;
"In the first plate" said the caller, II National Bank
The First
but that he is not yet strong enoughto
confident tones -he's got the wroni g Dracu. You desire to invest in any
I risk a real advance. This belief I IF
kind of Florida
Mr. Henderson looked at him a mmeat. o4 Belgrade, June 13 -The annlver is based on calculations that the enemy -

be remarked "be go t vary of the death ot King Alexander'I' has not yet more than 130.000 I
his Idea from Wagner. Where did y aI1 was observed today men all told in southern Manchuria, .

tall r.aoWILL;:.- by th ecelebration of v requiem mass I and. that only in the event of the Japanese -I OR WRITEOCUA. Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Count}.

PITCH TENTS AT BILOXI. at St. Marks chapel. Great prepara- attaining strength greatly in excess Capital . . . .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .IWjeOO 00

tions were made to repress counter- of these figures will they be cap- Surplus and Undivided Profits. .._ . .. .. . *),OOt 60Do

Mitilitlppl Troops to Have Encamp passed demonstrations off quietly.and toe ceremonies able of a genuine forward movemeat. J. H.lIVINCnOH & OHt *-*exclusively a banking tuaint, with facilities "{Ual to any bank It tbd

mtnt In August. tatp. Solids the awounts of Farmer. Merchant, CorJiOratluol.Etp ,
The regicide newspapers appeared Investigating Death of Etsel. Interest allowed! by vprcialarraniceiurut.. All buelnetw
Miss June 11.-At a cot FLORIDA.
Jackson this morning with colored borders and New Chwang, Friday June 10-7. transacted, promptly..
rerUN held at the governor's offic e articles glorifying the murderers. -- - 't :: H.E.TAYLOKC.bUfMcMillan
Val, published a. m.-Delayed in transmission.- 1-
Governor 1I
but evening between
0' Messengers sent to ascertain the truth
Adjutant I
General Keeseler,
General Fridge, of the Mlssl!I. TEXAS HOLDS CONVENTIONS. I'I of reports that the Russians are moving
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Dowdy I a large force in an attempt to relieve
ftippl national guard, and Major ULh TS
it was d e Counties Selecting Delegates-Strong Port Arthur returned here last ,
of the regular army, I t

gilded to bold the regular ,summer ei Parker Sentiment( I I DieM without having learned anything t EZ S ., 1DR
United States Consul General Milleris
rampment this year at Biloxi con l. Waco Tex., June 13.-Many coun PREPAID 2I Bros
.. the 15th of August an d making a close investigation of the .
, menclnc on ties are holding conventions throughout i
death of Lewis Etsel, the correspondent
lasting ten days. Texas today to select delegates to I
It I of the London Daily Telegraph.The .
will be the .
The encampment the state convention it San Antonio.

held In this state under the Dick mil I: A strong Parker sentiment exists Chinese general has expressed I Works
will I much regret and says he will punish Southern Copper
n 8
and men
tiff law and officers In the majority of the counties and 6QT
time spent i n 'I the men who shot Etsel when they re i QTSw .
seine full pay for the the state will probably instruct for ( of Stills
I turn. They bua not been seen since i Manufacturers Turpentine s
v York 1 4Soc
camp. tho aw jurist. the Etsel Incident The Juneral ot $900

Burned. Sato Japs Are Discouraged. I I the correspondent was largely attend- i v and General Metal Workers.Old
Plant .
810 Lumber Vafangow, Liao_ Tung Peninsula the out I T a
Bandits pillaging
June 11.-Hre tc
Warrensburg Mo., 9.-Delayed In transmission.- I :
Clark's lumber yar d June skirts of New Chwang almost night.
day destroyed lost a prominent commander
aad three frame buildings occupyln g The Japanese ly. I Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
in the last fight and according ,
block of land In the business dl:s. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
': a to reports from Chinese sources, New York. June 13.-A representative : :

j trice Loss $150,000. they are displaying signs of despair, in Morocco, of the St. Louis exposition -I wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

k shaking their fists in the direction of h reported in a World dispatch follcwing works -

Elected Captain of Princeton Team' the Russian forces. from Tangier to have started

Princeton N.''J., June 11-R. E. W]J. The bombardment of the coast north for the mountains in the hope of securing FAYETT i/ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, OA.

Ham, of the class of 1905, of Chicag*3' ward was a mere demonstration. The Raisuli. the. brigand chief, as Chas. E. Blum & Co.. 517 and'519W.

hu beta elected captain of the Prii i- Russians did not reply. 1 an attraction K the fair.: t Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.= JACKS-.iYILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA

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Mr. Lone Returns Thanks. Dr Little at Lake City. Over-Work Weakens

Mattel, Fla., June 11, 1904. The following notice of the Sunday: Your Kidneys.
morning service at the University of R STRAUS'g & CO. j
Tlhc Editor the Ocala Banner.I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. {
ask space in your valuable paperto Florida at Lake City appeared in ,

extend my profound thanks to the Monday's Times-Union from the AH the blood in your body passes through .I
your kidneys once every minutes.
democratic voters of Dunnellon, : Lake City correspondent. It is a rare The kidneys are year ,.

Blitchton, Heidtsville, Cotton Plant compliment to Dr. Little and one that r blood out purifiers the waste they filter cr WHOLESALE

districts, who by their suffrages gave I' he richly deserves. impurities in the blood.If .
"The morning service was openedby they are sick or out
me splendid majorities in their respeetlve -
cf order,they fail to do
districts at the primary of an appropriate prayer from the 'fie their work. :
Rev. Mr. Shipp, Methodist minister, Pain,aches and rheu- ic Whiskey Dealers.OCALA
the 7th inst., which with the aid of matism come from ex- .
my eight friends in Flemington and of this city, who was introduced by cess cf uric acid in the
blood due to neglected
four In Romeo district secured for me president Taliaferro. kidney.trouble.

a majority of forty-nine votes over "The choir rendered several hymns' Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady FLORIDA.
heart beats, and makes feel
one as though
my opponent, Mr. V. P. Smith, as a with a sweetness that appealed to all. they had heart trouble because the heart is

candidate for county commissioner.To "The Rev. Mr. Ferran the localPresb"terian over-working in pumping thick kidney:
poisoned blood through and .
veins arteries.It
minister read from the
those who used clean methods and used to be considered that only urinary r'- v>; &
conscientiously worked and voted scripture and offered a fervent prayer. troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science that
proves nearly
"A musical treat solo
against me, I have the most kindly rare was a by all! ,constitutional diseases have their beginning -
feelings and most cheerfully commend Ruth Julien, the gifted daughter of in kidney trouble.If *b/rtl- Sell the Best LiquorsFor
: you are sick you can make no mistakeby ,
Dr. Julian of this Miss Julian
their action. To the few who city. first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
has a voice most perfectly trained, of and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
voluntarily pledged themselves to Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is the Least Money.
nominationand exquisite sweetness and fine volume. realized. It stands the
vote and work for my soon highest for its
"President Taliaferro then introduced wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SS*
failed to do so I extend heartfelt i
and is sold on its merits ...
commiseration. Rev. Henry W. Little, of Ocala, I by all druggists in fifty- '". ,.r,,: .,__
board of who gave the audience one of the finest cent and one-dollar siz .N:;.. /.;..: ,.. *
As a member of the county '" BBS
es. You may have a
commissioners, in the future as in and most forcible baccalaureatesermons sample bottle by mail Home of swamp-Root
delivered from the University free also pamphlet telling how to find Q RR
enemies to ever +cnem1: the I will have
past, no
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. 'r
punish nor friends-to reward. Them rostrum. He took his text Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer N CNNATI.Qs "HONEST MEASURE AND FAIR DEALING." s p1

from Isaiah: 'Watchman tell us of the & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
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night. Behold, the morning cometh.'
citizen shall have my official atten- The Florida Press Association

tion and assistance in all grievances Proceeding upon an entirely originalline From Tuesday's Daily.A .

where it can legally bejgiven.; I stand of thought, he impressed upon great number of the edtiors of f.

squarely on my record in the con- his hearers that optimism is the need- the state are in Jacksonville this We especially call your attention to the followinir tt

.. struction of improved roads as rapidly ful tonic for mankind, more especially week attending the annual meetingof specialties:
for the student who from his
as the finances of the county will goes the association.A .

permit without additional taxation, alma mater to engage in that battle business meeting will be held Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quart, $i6.lIi .
which the to the fittest.
to be located so as to accommodate gives victory this morning and this afternoon there *

the greatest number of our people at His special address to the graduatingclass will be a memorial service in honorof J;(: Strauss' Royal Reserve, four full quarts, $3.50; twelve

the least {expense. was a gem, whose beauty will the members, who have died since full quarts, $10.
from the minds and
I favor and will use my best effort never depart the last meeting.The .

to M enlarge the court house within hearts of the young men who heardit session was opened last nigh t Strauss' I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottle $2.90
the next two years, upon modern without a superfluous word, robedin when the following program was twelve bottles, $8 50.

plans of architecture as to give a com- the mantle of grand optimistic given:

modious office to the several officers thought, and fraught with the earnestness Prayer by Rev. J. B. Ley, of Talla- Fern Hill Rye, four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.
which from noble
spring a
of the county, waiting
heart and mind. The audience drankin Address of welcome : Geo.
by Mayor
rooms for witnesses before the grand P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight
the inspiration, and after the bene- M. X olan. -c or Express on these Gooiis.
jury and a suitable office for the
Frank L. of pQf fl(
Response, by Mayes, R.t'
judge of the circuit court.I diction, went to their homes con- the Journal, Pensacola. J All goods shipped in plain boxes and 1 on the smm dd "- ,
uniform conscious that they had enjoyed a as the order is received. t tr
favor a just, and equitable Annual poem, written by Ion f
valuation of all grades of treat that comes but seldom duringlife. Robertson, of the Crescent, Live Oak. i=f
." The History of Journalism in Florida r BEER
erty and as small a levy of taxes -
by Frank Harris, of the Banner, t
thereon as the necessities of Asthma Sufferes Should Know This Ocala. 0 Respectfully, '

the people will permit, to be judiciously Foley's Huuf'YU Tar has! cured Annual address, by President T. F. STRAL'SS' &CO _
many rases of asthma that were emisiderw aCU.n
and economically expended by hopeless. \Irtol. Adulph Burs- McBeath. STRAUSS & co.

the board of county commissioners. lug, 701 West Thin M.. DiVenpor, Music. erwau u e.t... $
In conclusion I will assume to say loway, Arht-s: "A seven cold coutrictee AND TYPE-
that I am ten, fifteen or twenty yearsin .twelve }earsatro vtamit-glfrtirti i nffire in torn FLORIDA.
until it tinaly grew intoM+Ibu,'+. The .
advance of many of our people on mercial hank. Your work U the ---- '- fi
best DJedichl skill available could uot ,
progressive: lines, especially good give me more than t..fUl"1rry relief above lines solicited. peeil and accuracy :,-- q > -- ;-rj'l'o------ '}--, ._ .-: -" ,-'" <,'. .- ',- __ .--T- -_-" ."._,_,!:_--.' "__ n 't ....w..
roads, but the time will come, per- slid guaranteed.
Foley'a Honey Tar was ref'oru-
haps after my mortal remains have uiened and oue fifty cent Louie emir- Miss B N SINCLAIR.Sheaf .

been moulded into dust, that bouquetswill ly cure-i me of asthma which bad Oats Wanted. A Hard Man To Beat.
been growing n me fur twelve Will
be showered upon me for my advanced years buy 10,000 OlJnds of oats in -
and if I had taking it at the start I bundle at market pric-
position in aiding and formu
would have saved years of :suftt-r 'ng." PALMETTO PARK FARM,
lating public sentiment on these lines Sold by Post Office Drug Store su -

In my county, state and nation ilcfVER and MACKAl S

through public addresses now on file Thanks From Mr. Gal;oway.

in the office of public roads inquiry, To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. .

Washington, D. C., which has been I desire to express to my .friends i l

endorsed by some of the most bril- throughout Marion county my sincere .

Jiant minds of the country at large.I thanks for theircordial friendshipand

am not careful whether or not my I support in my candidacy for FUNERALDIRECTORS.

potiUon111 receive the approval or sheriff in both the primary of May 10

endorsement of my fellow citizens. and of July 7. I can never forget .

The great question for me to deter- these faithful friends. -1-I

mine is, are they right. I would Entering the contest somewhat lateI Have a full stock of Cotfins.l! Caskets

rather be right and receive condemnation have every reason to be gratifiedfor and Burial Outfits. Special given to

than to be wrong amidst the: this support and while defeated ml mvius.

glowing eulogies and applause and by only a small majority I acceptthis Embalming to OrderVHITE'S

commendation of my fellow citizens. defeat with absolutely nothingbut iL'D

Through my efforts Marion county the kindest feelings for those who t

I is now receiving $100 per annum from opposed me and for those who in exercising Cream

the tate for rent of the armory, and I their perfect right as voters, J I VermifugeTHE

by my efforts, aided by our representatives cast their ballots for another. a

in the legislature of 1905, I To my successful opponent, )Ir. GUARANTEED '

propose to see that the state pay the Gordon, I extend my congratulationsand r W.ORMREMEDY

county $8,000 for the armory and lot assure him of my loyal supportas a t

of land upon which it is located or aback a democrat at the regular electionand f

rental of 1,400 for its use for as a citizen I shall ever be readyto yilr!

fourteen years. Through my effofts, uphold his hands in the dischargeof 1

assisted: : by a few others, a quarterly}' his duties in the honorable office to THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.

payment of $7.60 is now being received which his fellow-democrats have THE GENUINE.I""IIE OF PREPARED IMITATION ONLY 8T The
lIon) who buys ijARDWARE of
by Marion county from the time of elected him. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.

state convicts. Again thanking the JOHN P. GALLOWAY. ST. LOUIS. MO.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
democrats of the 2nd county commissioners MARION H1RDWARECOMPANy
The Union Picnic.
district for my nomination as

their candidate for county commissioner Arrangements have now been completed

I have the honor to remain for the picnic excursion to AGENTS FOR"PAVOEITE" -
Lake Weir on today. The Sunday
their obedient servant, I
schools of the Episcopal, Presbyterian STOVES AND
Christian churches
Feel Impending Doom. have joined in the move to have one A'v I(- H(lIKES, Optician, J CHATTANOOGA PLOWS

big union picnic, and through the Established 1870. I

'1'be feeling of impending doom in efforts of Dr. Lindsay and other enthusiastic Commencing over thirty.jears ago in

the minds of many victims of Brights church workers a low rate the smallest and way the firm has stead. ELLWOOD FENCING
iyt rapidly grown, until now
disease diabeU has been ceanged to has been granted by the A. C. L. railway HA\VKES' SPECTACLES AND .
thankfuldea by the benefit derived EYEGLASSES: have a national *
from taking Foley's Kidt ey Cure. It for this occasion. The fare willbe reputation, and are used iu every A Full Line of Everything Usually Carried
will 30 cents for adults; children 15 town and city tbrougnout the south. in ft
Brifht's disease
cure incipitent
and diabetes and even in the worst cents. It is estimated that at least These beat clasa-of famous people glasses iu are all used communi by the First'Class Hardware Store. .. .

cue 8glve :cowfort and relief. Slight 500 will avail themselves of this, opportunity ties. They are told only by merchants ..
disorders are cured in a few days. "I to of recognized reliability, of whom DOORS AND BLINDS
spend a day on the beau SASH TURPENTINE
l forw"wrltesI&rlon there are now over 11,000 handling AND MINING
tiful banks of Marion's inland_ sea. these goods; and when it Is remem .
) Lee of I Dunreath, lod. "I Train leaves at 7:45a. bend that there is only one agent in
tried tight,physicians! without relief. m. town, the wonderful demand for them
Only three bottles of Foley' KidneyCure can be somewhat appreciated.For :

made me a well man." Sold by FOLEfllloNEYTAptsrcbld sale by ,
ln. WM. AXDERSO I ... ,.. .
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Poet Office Drug Store.. in .s-. r sow *m wry Sever .. ,,- .' .
Peddled. I .

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CONFEDERATE VETS fCILLED m rtUNAWAY. r Broilers island under full staem I NOTICE.

Phenix City, Ala., Man Meets a Tragtt 500 PERISH[ People Jump Overboard.By .
I *"' Death. I Notice is hereby given that the following described land* will
ELECT NEW the time the Slocum reached
I Columbus Ga., June 16.-John One Hundred 'and Thirty-Fifth street be sold at public auction on Monday, the

Suggs, aged. 55 a well known
i i citizen of Phenix City, was killed in the excursionists, drives to the rail, Fourth Day of July, J904,

f Stephen D. Lee Is Chosen Com 1 a runaway in that town Tuesday. He STEAMER[ [ FIRE[ fire many, began of them to jump with overboard their clothing by twos on at Ocala. in the county of Marion, or so much thereof as will IMS

i was walking in the -dire Uon of j II 1 and three When One Hundred an necessary to pay the amount due the city of Ocala for taxi

| mander.In-Chief I Knights station when overtaken by Thirty-eighth street had been reached herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such 1Kl"

Frank White who was driving Lie and .
REPORTS RE the heat from the fire had becomeso advertising:
, I HANY SUBMITTED Long's delivery wagon. '. "ll'ti
Awful Holocaust Occurs Snn.-
: on intense that men women and children i S
t. Mr. White invited him to ride with
plunged overboard by the doz
: I Old Veterans Assembled In Annual him, which he did. Reaching a drink- day School Excursion en. There was alerriflc crash when : .SVRVKV OK A&- ra...

Ing .fountain Mr. White left the wag. OWNER I : DESCRIPTION OF LAND DIT :
!4h[ Convention at Nashville Transact Steamer. the boat was beached. The boat was .r: .
en to remove the bit from the horse'smoath
; Much Official Business and Select beached at the reef at the northernend 51
so he could drink. The horse
of North Brothers island where Otto Grothe.__ ..... fractional_....___ ,4 It
i: jf- Louisville asNet Netting Place. became frightened from some cause TERRIBLE SCENES WITNESSED. she rapidly burned to the water's R McConathy _._....__'all fractional......_..___ JO SIJOs $1

J and made a plunge knocking Mr JA Pittman ___ .._'e4 _______. I
* Nashville, Tenn.. June 16.-united edge. Otto Grothe ______'all _................. 'UN ___ AMOSilos 112
f Confederate White down and running over him, al Excursion Steamer Loaded with Pleas- Mrs D t 't\lngtr...__..... sH; of sn: .__.__.. .. --_.... ... ..
Veterans today elected though without serious Injury to the 9 Where Fire Started. Unknown ..._. .. 72 It n and s by 56 ft c aDd w in IIW I

! the Mowing officers: sure Seakera- Takes Fire and Hundreds i corner..?_?.... ?,....??, ? .. 17 Osi I. JI
young man. Mr. Suggs was help- It is said the fire started in the Elmira Williams ...,.. _;72 ft n and s by 56 ft e and w ta nw

! Commander In Chief-Lieutenant 1 corner _._ ... ._ ....__ > O A2jf
less of Persons, Mostly Little chil lunch: counter in the forward part ? t
being unable to control the horse
W ileunder _.. ....
General Stephen D. I : ..___._ 0 Ii t3!
Lee of Columbus' and the animal dashed wildly down dren Lose Their Lives-Worst of of the boat. When the alarm spreac Carmichael &Son Co w54-.._.______ O S II
i MUs. the 'passengers thehurricanedeck Mrs E S NIx _____'sy_.- ._... 30 It If
! the street. After lie had run 100 Steamer among Westerly Savings: Bank 170 fQ and s by 66 fe and w in tw
Commander of the Department of 1 1j yards one wheel came In contact with Disasters In Years. was crowde4 and when off Ona I corner. .,_ _???,.. ....,??? ._.. 400 Ii II ai
E j Northern Virginia-General C. Irvine i Mr L 0 Williams__ .n34._. _........ 4<>o aIM s.1 _
Trader's soda water wagon and Mr. New York, June 16.-The steamship Hundred and Thirty-eighth street, th Heirs of Rachel S Fernn all_....._ __ ..._._ I O e e "
! Walker, of Greenville. S. C. i with deck collapsed. Many were ZCChambliss.-all: ; _._... ....___ U'O $
Commander of Suggs has hurled to the ground General Slocum carrying the Sun persons r I. Rronka..____''all..,.. __ ...___ 4 0 It j j .1
; the Department of considerable force his head striking day school excursion_ of St. Marks Ger. thrown into th ewater, but hundred: I B Borla d..___ :Cm 28 ft sof nw cor ? __ ,$1 0 a
! Tennessee-General Clement A. Evans: s 23 ft emit a 28 ft wuitt. i 343
into the deck
r of x picket fence. man Lutheran church, caught fire la were precipitated lower J B Borland _.__.. ;,com 84 ft a of nw cor ??? ... 64 0 It
i Atlanta. Ga.Commander *
'I Several of the spectators ran up and the East river off Hell Gate late this which was itself a mass of worn sz8tteluft: n :28 ft w in rU :
; of the 1 W B Goodwin ..._.. Jail ._._ .._ ._ 2614 d41
Trans-Mississippi found him dead his skull having bee 1I I morning and was burned to the water's and children. W W Fetter ._._. .. _' lot 4 and i 4 ._.. .,, ,, 169 0 S

! Department-General W. L. Cabell. of crushed by the fall Mr. Suggs was 1 W W Clyatt '__'_ all ... ._.._.. _. ..__ ..._ ",7.10' it*
DaU... Tex. edge, hundreds of persons perishing.The Tug to the Rescue. Mrs R B sternberger _':com 26 ft e of cor ._?,_...??,. *0 Ii {
. a gardener. disaster was witnessed by 1 w 76 ft n in ft 676 ft sin ft. I ,
When the convention met Bishop 0. A tug of the New York Central railway Land\fortgageBank s54.___ .-.. ..- -- 319N e S
thousands of people from both shoresof F H Dickerson..??... lots 4 and 7....-- ..__.... ::24 N S It Iii
I P FUigerald Nashville, invo CULMINATION OF ROMANCE.Or. ,the, riXer.and. as. rescued nearly a score throughthe I Z C Chambliss ...__''stf _.__ _......__ w i ash N S a
divine blesing upon the p08'oBible C C Hicks ..__ ._.179! ft e and w by 51 ft nand ia Ie '
t hundreds of small boats an heroism of some unknown man. corner. ..?_. ._...._.. ..._? 4 a6ts lit 4"
1 D' report of the commission on credential H. E. Truax and Or. Florence Duvall launches set off to render assistance. This man stood on the paddlewheelbox Sarah A Gowens_.,.... .. ,n4 except 72 tt e and w by 43 ft n sad !
t sin corner ..._._1TI-I 1'4' :or Sit. ..
showing the representations! Married.St. of the Slocum and passed women G E Cattes..__ !,'32 ft nand s by 56 ft e and win tw I

from each state was read and adopt Mo June t-The first Captain Staid at Post. and children to the tug until he was i 1 corner._.._ ..__._. __ 4 18 N 11 l 4 "
Louis. Mrs R B .. ....... Ni'
Sternberger ..-__..__...._ 1.J4 .
ed. Chaplain General Jones read session of the National Eclectic Medical With the boat burning under his driven back by the flames. He then Unknown __._......jnH.. .... _-...._........--__ 114 Nil X t. .
the report of the board of feet the captain stuck to his Unknown ______;Sl._ ..__ __ 2 14 N .H N 11 .. ;
orthe association was crowned by the post in jumped into the tug himself. Unknown ....._.._ .. ; ......._._ ...__....__ J.4or SJUXiX e .. 's
battle abbey. The report dealt culmination of a romance, when Dr. the pilot house and the engineer remained Neither police nor firemen, when Mrs Anna Parham..... :8f ............_...___._... .
with the Stephen Smith __..,._ all ...______._ i 15 N itS t.
X, financial condition of the ah H. E. Truax, of Tallapoosa Ga., ar at his post below deck until they arrived waited to remove their S P Brockington...........? com at nw corner P Du-.a't C*>*f>l "

1":1: ;. bey and the Underwood suit was subatantlalljr Dr. Florence Tnpett Duvall, of VV'SIte- ', the boat was beached at the lower end coats or clothes, but jumped overboard 1 sio5fteti9ftUIo5ftw119ft....... AW
Miss Julia Y Wells-.. ._... Com at se corner..._._..?_ ._ H Duna' OMt.alI
as given out by the com- heath. Ills., were united In marriage. of North Brothers Island, off Port Mor. and saved a great many who st98ttw253nnt9sfte25Sft.-, .. Ity ;t;
I I Unknown ,_. _. 47/i ft n and it by St ft and : <
mittee Monday night General Clement ris. e w oa aside .
They had become acquainted in pur would otherwise have drowned. : ...._.__... .. .__ _. .._ '!*... .CMMM4BAUM4 C u
A. Evans, of Georgia, read the report suit of their chosen profession, and Even then the passengers were not Many bodies recovered were horribly Unknown .._......._.'com 105 ft sot nw cor.. .?.__ __ ?.. *
I ': s 35 ft e 105 ft n 35 ft w 105 ft ...... I tee -
of the historical committee. The when each was chosen a delegate to In a safe position, for they were some burned. Wreckers say it will be Unknown __.___.'com too ft s ot nw
report said the south was now assure.of the convention now in session at Ep- : distance from shore and the boat wasa hours before the fire in the hold of the s 35 ft e 205 ft n 35 tt w 205 ft_... .. .I .-
W 0 Parker ...- ...-. ;a11. .. ..........-. .?..._ I PI ;
fair treatment in the history a- worth hotel they decided that theworld's furnace. Hundreds of small boats boat is out, and the bodies there can Mrs Ida Wr nker ?.........nw/ ..._. .. .._ F'.AS U '
that the youth of the country would 1 were scattered about and picked Peter Ingram ??___'_,S oflwj{ ..._-_._..__. .?.. : J, S y1 ;
fair convention should mark up be recovered. Both firemen and the Unknown .___??? _;'all in sec 7. ...___.... __ 3 a AthSds .. '
not grow up under a false impression. the end of-their single life. those who jumped overboard as rapidly wreckers say the greatest loss of life Alice Pawhng__._._al _.. __ a'ANrt1s N
Unknown _..._.all............._. .. .. ...._ 41yA44s s 41e .
He congratulated the people of the Accordingly the ceremony was pen as possible. extending to the hundreds will be Unknown ...___;nom 544 ft w of a point 150 ft s of K cor j 1 1I "

south upon those achievements. Owing formed in the parlors of the Epworth Hundreds Sprang Into Water.It found in the hold. of sw; sec S tp 15 r 22, w 147 ft ,
147 ft e 147 ft s 147 ft .,.__ 114
to a misunderstanding as to the hotel, Rev. Carlos, presiding elder of R F Sample .__.:....... all ...__ ............ ...'.'.. ? .? S& D I 43
hour of meeting there was much con and is estimated that between 400 and Mrs Flora tikowsU?....,,'all .___ ... __ ? ._ _._ SAD ,, .;
St. Louis district M. E. church WAR ON BOOKMAKERS.
BOO persons into tae water. Mrs R S Perrin heirs ... 'ISW/ _. ..? ___ ......._.J ti &: D I :
fusion caused by the arrival of dele president of the Epworth Hotel company sprang R F Sample ..._._.?_ lots 35 and 3? ._....____._ I lit A 4 p
An eyewitness said that the greatest Mr F J Barber _. ....._.!all _.._. ., __ _';y7' 13 & D t 55 --
gations. Evans was forcedto officiating. loss of life due to the Authorities Threaten to Cut Wires to Chas W Torrey ...___ COlD at ne cor -------1 3. ReatMaa' 3I
give way several times to the mu- The was followed by a collapsingof Bar Racing News. stofta231ftnutftw131It: i .. .-i II "-
the heavy upper deck.It Mrs F R Gary ?.?_. .. ... lots 4 5 618 9 to it .. _....._..._; ,GaryOWM ).S
lie of bands and the cheering of the reception participated in by the visiting June 16. Unknown ....____. 112 tt n and s by ;o fe and w ia sw. __
delegations, but finally ooncluded b I and friends. Mr. and fell with a crash soon after thrfir Chicago, Telephone trans corner ... .._.._.., ?_...._ ..... .. 8 c.I6w. a tl
delegates e started, crushing hundreds mission of racing news from Washing. Mrs lo' H Massey. _'com at nw cot.. 1 IsiCsiiwsN1I ::
reports and all were adopted. General Mrs. Truax will reside at Tallapoosa s165fieta6fta6i6tftw36ttatNftw7ott "
D. Johnson person:;, who had gathered on the low. ton Park on Derby,day will be prohibited 1I ........?_.._.?.?...__ .. __
George of Alabama at' where they will practice their profes deck. it then that by the cify authorities. G C Stevens trustee ...._.all .. .....??. ??...??? ,... ? : mi :
tempted to read a supplemental report -, sion. er was the great ,1 Unknown _____ .e54' ". ......... I6'E@ H M -
est panic ensued amid the living This possible method of circumvent. Unknown M?_........Ijcomafse' cor T" T.3T"T! -
to that of the Historical committee the Assistant I n 349 h tt w 20o ft*349 e:MO ft. a.. '
deling with the life of Jefferson t SESSION WAS BRIEF. stream of persons going over the rail ing police was destroyed by Mary A tentc:...._._._.._ sw 4 i. ...._ ...__ ._. ...... iAtaMi oil u _
; into the water. As far as eyewitnesses Corporation Counsel Sexton, J H Dudley --....--ISo' ft e and w by 124 ft n and. I ia nwI
Davis The confusion In the hall -- I corner ...... ..._...,....,.....,-.......: 3g..CeMwtI y
i can determine, the flames originated who has been constituted a legal adviser F C Alworth......___ |all._........... .. .._ .__...?__.?_ 14 JlCllMw41
was so great, however, that General Convention United Mine Workers of }
Benjamin sub of blks and .
on the forward part of the boat of the police department in its ; 40 41 ? y
Johnson gave it up. The report was America In Alabama District. !I I Duncau Campbell _.. COlD 142 It e omw cur ... __ _. 41 Ce1/wd
Persons who saw the accident from war against bookmakers at Washington I s n3 ft w 142 fi 110 ft e35altntti6ft'

adopted and ordered printed in the Birmingham, Ala., June 16.Today'ssession Park. I w 213 ft ..._..-_. ,,?,,. .... ....? ti
the shore that almost
records. of the annual convention of say instantly Heirs of Ann Riley ".- 87 2-3 ft nand s by 115 ft e and w ia aw
persons who occupied places on the "As soon as we find out that racing corner.. ._ 4ficatlwIIi N 4t.
The committee on resolutions then the United Mine Workers of America, Chas W Torey ___ w% except 87 2-3 ft a and a by 150 ft e''
forward deck began to Jump over- !, news is being telephoned from Wasc- and w inn w corner _..___... 44--c.w.!! II.Irs
presented its report. It disposed of district of Alabama was very brief. board. ington Park we will cut the win :\ M A Miller heirs ?.. nf4 ....._._ ____... Caldwell .
the permanent reunion city questionby I None of the committees were readyto Mrs Fannie F Antbony._? n -_.- ...___._ WCI1weU ; p
Policemen in the Bronx and Harlem said Mr. Sexton. B H Hodges_......_.... loui 234578910 HOllies ub .. .. li CaMwefll II
by recommending that the reunion report and the convention adjourned boat "The city is. in this fight to stay R F sample _._la1l_ _"'""" .. .'" IJ l D l>taIM'a If. P. I .
saw blazing steaming t '
up A H Btrdsey.._ 'IOlS4S I'-'il ,
from to as until tomorrow.
meet place place yearly, river and Immediately began to turn and we will stop every attempt to t McConathy ? ?._....? ..,.anjuirmir ,CaEII! J. "
hat been the custom. This announcement It was announced that the wage J W Pearson_ ...._. com 2 95 cus e of ne cor _,, ....... ,,,?? j
t. In alarms for ambulances and fire on the race. 1

'*.: .. was received with cheers. A scale committee will not be ready to j boats. The Washington Park officials, white \ cbs.e3.gchaa34Scbsw339cbs.o34V'A .... ...j i II

delegate moved a substitute for this report until Friday morning., but other I Ellen Williams, ... 2 95 cbs e ot ne cor __. ...... w.
All the boats at North Brothers island keeping their plans secret, are preparing e26gchss33Schsw269chsnS j*,

part of the resolution prepared byGeneral committees will be prepared to report I were sent to the assistance of the for a fightIt chs ___..._.__.. . .?_. j, .,*
C. I. Walker of South Carolina tomorrow. The announcement that Mrs M E Dawson '". lots Bullock' sub of net! sec 19 tp i
people in the water and as fast as they was said by a well known book. r tt.-.....?..?.... ....... ._ .1!; i
making New Orleans the permanent the Operators' association no longer Unknown ____,lots x37 t.ou. .... -1 IG. 'I
discussion.The I were brought ashore were cared for maker that plans are on foot to gel W B Fuller.._.__ ....jneK _.. ... ._.... ...._.. I s.iln'i
meeting place for the veterans. exists is: causing much in the pavilions there. out an injunction against the city to Morris. Solomon at ne cor _..._._. I Yo iallYa
of miners have fixed next Monday i wl5ult.6314ftetaoft .aft f fI
This was met by a storm protests I ejitt
i prevent the police from stopping tt I n IO354 ft__ ....m ....-...H.M.I.I. I e4r
had the substitute was lost. as the day for a Joint conference > Terrible Scenes Witnessed. bookmaking at the Derby. Celia Jones___....-.....,,55 ft n and by i63 ft e and w in IK 1i t

the the but the statement t!': i corner .. ..i, I IS.1HIiMIt U
A part of the report favoring operators, I The patients in the hospitals on the Archy Jacobs._. .._...JAIL......__ .. _. .___.; i ift f Ii .
making of medals for the women, of the Operators' association has been island became almost insane from Shooter C C____ ....'Coin .o tt E of N W Cor_.. -- 5 4v 41H45ftSt3'i4ftW45ftNt31y41t. ....

the south occasioned much oratoryand dissolved, makes it an open questionas fright at the terrible scenes they Bankrupt Case Compromise. J H Thurston ......_,E4.! ... ,.... _. __. i 5 ICO.iiie4Maa I inIS a M

cheering and was unanimously to whether the miners will meet I' witnessed. Columbus Ga., June 16.-Judge I Unknown .__._._ _Com us ft w of lie cur ewk neci&tptji
has confirmed the j I r 2J "93K It > 230 tt e 93$ ft o a.o It,. 14s
adopted. Dr. Boiling, of Jackson the individual operators or not. It IE I A large part of the crowd on the Newman compro- Mrs F H Massey.?._com 659 ft w of ne corner .wf Me |4: j

MI.... was given three cheers by the well understood to be the preference I doomed steamer were children, an mise agreed upon in the bankruptcycase 1|I tp 15 ft r u s,242. _tt w ty ft a 241 ft e I

veterans for a splendid tribute to the of the miners to treat with the operators 1|! there was little hope for them after of John E. Mansfield of Bluffton, CN Hampton '--''all 150... .-......--.... : _-m...... 4a4 fItIA

Clay county. Mr. Mansfield has placed Unknown ?... .".".__IW _..._........ ... ____.___.._i t 1m ,..
southern woman. as a body. j they had gone overboard. The cur V B Collier. __.__ lots 7 and ........-,...,...? .--...- I I Rt'..4 f I
The hour for the special order of rent in the East river at this point is 16.000 in the First National bank of S J Green .----... al._ .-...... ......-'..-. I' J{S J '
Blakely Ga. which will be paid to hU N W Hanson ......,.... lots 21 and 23_...?_. "N 8
the day. the election of officers having TWO KILLLCD IN WRECK. I j very strong and scores of little ones Unknown _.....__ lots 2 4 and 6_ ... ... .j I IiVt'1.t .
West of Atlanta I j creditors. His schedule showed assets J P Higginbotham .....lots i 2 nand to....? ???.- .._.... I ,.\\"nc
arrived, General A. J. I were sucked in by the whirlpoc of J V HigginbctbamS .. .... ..lotsgandIi -_ --..... !!West ''II
commander of the North Georgia Bull Charged. Locomotive and Train Hen Gate. of $24,850, and liabilities M Shade..?..__._ lots 21 and 23 .__ .I .9 ww"" .
Left the Track. j I S28.SS1.67. Unknown .._._ lots 2 4 and 6 ..__....___..._1 & S :
Brigade, nominated General StephenD. | One man who went out in a row Wra James ____ lot 9'._._._.........___.. S.W.t IIHtd21llan
Lee. of Mississippi, for commander Shreveport La., June 16.-In a boat said that he saw at least 50 ..._._ ._ lots u and 13....__...._ __.\ It & I
J P Brockiugton .. lOt .. .
For sick heartache take Ctumter -- 23 iii-im.i.iu i.i.u I
of Tex Tuesday morning two men were killed Iain's Stomach and Liver Table's anda e 91 ft s 119 ft w 40 ft a 119 ft-. -.. ,
cheered. General Cabell help could reach them. Unknown .- ....... all__ .. .-.. .. .... ..._...... X jPNW! 15
.1 as. was called to the chair by General and several slightly Injured. The quick cure I" wtaiu. told hy alls F. F Sevier--_>-- lob it and 13 .__ ... I ''lIDf W 91
dead Doctors Go to Scene. E F Sevier. JL__'" loU it and 13 _._ .___.1 f .U !f4 "WU *
Lee but before assuming the honor,. : druK. m Fla West Coast Impr't Cu lots A and B .?.. ? ,?....n__' 9 A II a I
he announced that he seconded the I Frank Patterson engineer. There are forty bodies on North Unknown __ _....?.... all except 82 ft a and a on a end ..'...1 I U N "W" M
Brothers island 18 the fire Fla West Coast Impr't Co all except 65 ft a and>on a end.__ 1$ O X W It*
fireman. on boat
nomination of General Lee for the of Henry Gamble E W Kaybin_ .. all -- ._ I" TwkerTucker HIt
The wreck occurred' at Rose Pine* Zephyr Mills, and 11 on Rikers island. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. R E Bngance..._..._ all .. ... ..>-_. .. ___. 1111 ; tII
flee of commander-in-ch"lef. This waa I Unknown" ._.. .. ._. ....nM .._ ._..._..._. '". _. it CMa44 "
cheered loudly as General Cabell hr and was caused by a bull charging the The board of health has sent 100 Unknown ... _.__._ nw'I_ 0... t 33

locomotive on a trestle. I doctors and 500 policemen are on the FIRM OF BURTON BRADSHAW &CO. Unknown .. ....__.ny ...... .. .._ ....._ .._ 14 CVnv I.
beta considered a candidate for the I THE day dissolved! by mutual consent. Mess. i H W Ward,..... ._'nwk .__...___ _. ___ 11 CklMCItet 4 O5
General Lee was then electedby t The engine and two coaches fell eeae. It was estimated that the rs C. H. Burton and F.L.Brndshaw.having sold 1 John Page ?...,.. .._........all ... ?.-"-.- -. CMsa see
oflee. ditch. steamer carried more than 2.000 their interest in said business to the remaining H W Ward.......... .._. ney.WV'. ...... .._ MI Oi f1I t.
acclamation reinforced by a ter into a per- partners. The firm in the future will be conducted LYancy ____.__. --."-..- '11 Cliefl I t
of the genuine rebel yell. Both men resided in this city. sons. She was the largest excursion under the name of Reynolds &Companv L Yancy ..... ... ..... .w for 1902 ...- .. ...__.._.. Itl I M
rifle chorus
liabilities and will
said company assuming all
When quiet was restored General steamer in these waters and could car. collect all indebtedness said firm. The part- W. \\' CLYATT
Parker May Not Go. ry 4,000 people. ners of the firm being J. D. Reynolds. Lyune. ,

Lee acknowledged the honor and accepted .' New York June 16.-It is reported The excursion was in charge of the "a .D C, Dothan. Ala, and&COMPANY.P.& Howell, Tax Collector, City of Ocala! M riou County FlijrltJa.
the office ia a brief and becoming Vienna Ga. REYNOLDS
speech. The department commanders In political circles here says The social committee of the church, headed Lynneu... May lath, i9u4NOTICE T

were then nominated by ac. Times that a suite of rooms has been by Miss Mary Abendschein. In ---- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO NOTICE.

clamatlon. and each accepted in t I engaged at a leading St. Louis hotel the minister's party his son said were SELL MINER'S LAND. niHE REGULAR JUNE KXAUINA*. $ PQ.

for Judge Alton B. Parker during the th* pastor, :Miss Abendscein. Assistant -- JL teacher will Ukt place ia teals.. ,.....r.
brief speech. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE June 7th. 1904. ate o'clock WTHUwill a...Me
reunion of the unite Democratic convention. The report Superintendent Carl Anger, William A. E. Deloue administrator with will annexed 7 ot June A. D. 1904 I will apply to Meet at Ocala High fecfenl ......g ass
The next that he will go to St. Louts is not con Schlafer, the pastor's daughter Ger- of Ed. Deloueit gives notice that on the I Hoc. Robert Bullook.. county judge in and fur colored applicant at H.war4Ata4 *jr W4in -
confederate veterans will be held li:I 12th day of September, iy>f, 1 Marion county state of Florida at his office ia ?.
firmed however and his friends discredit trude: his sister. Miss Emma Hazs the Ocala in said county for an order authorizing A'l parties. who expert to teeth idiari. ta
his and vouchers to
he will accounts
Louisville.One present guardian: ot the minor heirs of e.ta eof Marion county not already h.M*( aa .*fi.
W. B. Tetamore. and ask for
the story. and judge for final settlement a
county T. H. Finton deceased to sell at private tale Aired certinpte.l be rc s rt4 M tok IYas
discharge. This oth day of March. 1904.A
1 the following belonging to said estatetowit elimination The questions M ,b.q a" -
Hundredth Anniversary.New Steamer Reported Safe. E UELOCEST. Southeast quarter of northwest quarter Practice will be takes farm teekyaew Bslval.
t Raisuli's Kinsman Delegated. 311 em 6m Administrator Etc. and northeast quarter of sou'hwest quarter of Management Price |io. at i!. a. 11s.4Mea
York, June 16.-A movemem At the office of the United States section twenty-eight (28)) township fourteen(14) Ocala Fla

has been started in Weehawken for a Paris, June 16.-The French minister steamboat iMpection* bureau it was ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. south range twenty-two (22) east. Marion county One dollar will be charged east Inlt..t IIC

demonstration July 9, h at Tangier telegraphs that one of said that the General 'Slocum inspected Florida. cording ta law. W
patriotic I was Said lands belonging to the estate of the said 8 Gas
the Shereefian chiefs who Is a kinsman Thomas H. Finton. deceased to be sold for the tMttt. ..... .c
hundredt h
of the one : 5 and
to be __ _
commemoration May was reported XTOT1CE Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WILL best interest of said minor heirs. n ___ ,__ _
anniversary of the death of Alexande: of Raisuli has been delegated Instead in a thoroughly good condition, and ll on September 12th. 1904. present to Hon. This sth day of May, 1904.S NOTICE _
killed in duel bJ of the son of Mohamed El Tor. Robert Bullock county judge in and for Marion 6 ANNA L. FI "TOi. f
Hamilton who was a y; ready for the excursion season. county Florida my accounts and vouchers for Guardian. VTOTICE li HEREBY GIVEN TM4T TMI

Aaron Burr. A small marble slal res the representative of the sultan, Aboard the steamer was also the final settlement ac administrator of the estateof eaderugned.. at executers sad fiMMns.renpectively.ot t
bn the negotiations for the $. M Henderson deceased and will ask fora the eUt of J4ks r. VMM, &.-
now marks the spot 'where Hamiltoi to carry on lifesaving apparatus required by the final dl'chargeauuch administrator. Dated NOTICE- i ceased will oa

fell. The promoters of the demon release of Perdicaris and Varley. law of steamers of her variety. The this March II, 1904.W. T.HENDERSON. Admr. Sotunia,, flu of dly III Jvfy, A. & neat,

atratlon Intend to inaugurate a movement General Slocum's licensed captain is 16m Estate of H. M. Henderson.Deceased. apply ts the coanty judg of Mai4a ...,.
Of for Tax Deed Under Sectiou 8 of
SENSATION AT ELGIN, ILL. Application Florida at Pcala. fu. for the p rpet .< ..i.
to replace this slab with a suitGen. Cantata W. H. Van R< hack. tuba *f NOTICE CF FINAL DISCHARGE Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. InC final cttlemeatof their utmBt a" for s
final discharge.
ah1. IN'aWJ\aU:. Woman Prominent In Church Work tae oldest excursion captains in rsew IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT N. L. H. 0. DCSK.

of Arrested for York harbor waters. The Slocum 1 THE 4fH DAY OF AUGUST 1904. THE NOTICE of tax certificate No. W. A. HOCYfiLEis'uilan
Forgery. O undersigned will present her accounts and 770 dated the :2d day of June. A. D. 1902. r
sailed from the foot of Third
Stuart Will Not Attend. Chicago Jun 15.A dispatch to street vouchers with Hon. R.. Bullock county judge, has filed said certificate in my office and made ALICE 1C. LAWKlttkUU.
Chattanooga. Tena. June Itenenl Tribune from Ill. East river shortly after 9 o'clock. The and ask tor a final settlement and discharge as application for tax deed to issue in accord- 11-15 ,
The Elgin
says: ance with law. Said certificates embraces the .
of the of
administratrix estat- Julia P.John --' "-
Alexander P. Stewart, one of thi e Miss Martha R Luna, 51 rears o!I exact point she had reached'when the son.deceased this 4th day of February. 1904. following described property situated in ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE TO CRfcQ
surviving lieutenant generals o I flames were discovered in the forward FRANCES A. HOWSE. Marion county Florida town:
three age and for many years prominent ie a 5 tern 6m Admintstralrtx.hctter Lot i pat book A page :o2 sec i tp 16 r 34. ITORS.
the confederate army, Is at his homi Elgin church social and npart of the boat was off the "Sunken The said land being assessed ai the Gate 01

r j e In this city and will not attend the re, club circles has been arrested hereon Meadows" at the extreme east end 01 at t H ttllzcJOUlsparetime the Sarah issuance Wtndham.of such Unless certificate said in certificate the name shall of I NOTICE legatees a HEREBY. dutriUteM: OWE TO.1 pt C&If wf

union. His physical condition wil U I the charge of forgery and Is In Jail Randall's island. So quiet was the Study orne edacatiia. be redeemed according to law. tax deed will 1 having claim or de.aDdl''e estate of
Lean more, aad you issue thereon on the 5th day of July A. 0.1904. F. Edward. deceased fo **
Joan yftniat
not admit of his attendance and fh Ahthmeric.Algebra
excitement which he would undergo 0 notes for collection against Miss Luna the Slocum could not turn and was e4.e lIomeoulIIPlolIIut. lean Rhetoric Bookkeeping, LHerwure. History.Pnrstcs. the and day of June 1004 this the jrd day of F.".. r!.
Latin.rtc. Tearhersitiedtopaiseuroiaxioas. (rra.CircuUnfc .
t as a consequence. t amounting to more than $1..OOO. forced to make head on for North .iilltCi, 4 es .L I UI15.ralatkaI1.. 6 3 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. a]6tJ A i1I.

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, Quiet Now Prevails Where Riot -- .. --

I" Was Rampant. : ABE JAKE


General Bell Will-Send Out Military. I

Expedition to Round Up Refugees TEA POT-OROCERY.:; IlE

Who Are Hiding In the Mountains.

District Safe for Visitors. -

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Cripple Creek, Colo., June 15.-With J L .. _. ., _, ,_-, $.. -, '. -- --' __
the resumption of work in the mines
,. the streets of all the cities and towns
In Teller county have taken on their '

are rifle normal carrying is now appearance.rarely revolvers.seen,A although man with may a t Did You Ever I II Ii

The district is, apparently, as safe : -

today ever to it the has been.visitor or the residents ,

Two posses scoured the country to '
the west of Cripple Creek without en- I ,
countering the armed bodies of men To ,
} Slop Think
reported to be entrenched on west Four
Mile and north Four Mile creeks. ,
General Bell says he will send out i

military expeditions daily until he a -___-
rounds up all refugees in the sur- .. .....
rounding mountains.

buy something cheap was

Deportation of Union Miners and --
Others from Cripple Creek. ---
Cripple Creek Colo., June 15.-MJu- I -e j
tant General Sherman M. Bell in --- dear at because nine times --
command of. the military here, has Issued == I any ,
a statement coocerning the depor ....- .
tatlon of union miners and others from ---
the Cripple Creek district. The statement ---
was prepared at the request of L
an eastern newspaper for an opinionas out of ten the goods so bought prove

to why the deportations do not conflict ....
with the provisions! of the consti- -4
tution of the United States against depriving ---
any person of life, liberty ot
property without due process of law. : unsatfactory, or are at the best only

It reads, in part, as follows: I __
..... _
"The powers of the military in dealing --
with an organized mob engaged in ---
Insurrection against the lawful authorities
of the state in a criminal conspiracy passable
against the lives of its citizens ---
has recently been defined by the ---
honorable supreme court of this state .- .wi61r ....
in the case of Moyer, to which I refer -- ; --
you for my authority. I am taking --
only such steps as are necessaryto E QUALITY "THE BEST QUALITY
restore peace in this communityand ==

to render safe the lives of its e- ....
citizens. Many innocent lives have GOVERNS
already been sacrificed, and the authorities GOVERNS =
of Colorado propose that FOR THELOWEST ,
these assaslnations shall cease. :
"In older and more settled communi
ties the election of who and who are ....

not desirable citizens may be a slow PRICE. --. .. ::
process. The people of Colorado love -L .. ". -- --
-- ,.,
order and peace and law, just as muchas --- '
those of the older communities, but I --
they sometimes make their electionsin
a hurry and the murderous, unspeakable i :: -
outrage at the Independence ....
station a week ago coming as a cul- -- .......
mination of many hidden crimes, all! E Whereas, If you buy the best at a '
traceable to the Western Federation of

Miners precipitated such an election."It ...... -....
Is not uncommon out here for
the peaceable citizens to go to a man '
of the community and tell him to go I low price as a legitimate, margin
that he is not wanted. Such a notice
is never disregarded.. The one ..... ., ....
notified goes for the good of the com "' ...
munity; if there is no other law for it, -a18P
there is at least the fundamental one F will allow it gives perfect satisiac/
that gives people the power to hang .....
one man send apother to the pepiten- .
.... --
tiary, fine a lesser culprit and the un- ..... --
written power to Impose the light sen-

tence fields for of those enforced having departure transgresse to other the tion and pleasure. To give perfect =

written la ware yet disturbing elements L .
In the general peace.
-- .
"These men are deported to the .....

follow Kansas-Colorado tomorrow line for which and more no apologies will- == satisfaction our aim and we 1 lend :::

are made to any one. Should
they return they will be immediately ..-.... --
placed in the military prison and there

remain Indefinitely:' L: all our facilities to that end, 3

Announcement Makes Sensation. --
Columbia. S. C., June 15.-A sensation ---
was caused in political circles ---
upon the official announcement that '"

the Congressman sixth district R., B.would Scarborough not stand,for of E We give you the best at as low I

re-election. The reason given for this .- .
unexpected action fs that the congressman II ........
wishes to devote all his -
time to the development of his eiten-- :- price consistent with legitimate profit
live land interests in Horry county. -.
Petitions In Bankruptcy.New -- .....
York, June 15.-Creditors have -- -e

filed M. Sampler petitions Sons in&bankruptcy Co., manufacturersof against : that money can .buy =

clothing, and the Cupid Clothing --
company. The first named is one of --
the oldest In the trade here, having --
...... -
been-organized in 1840. The liabilities
of Sampler Sons & Co. are about $230>- -- .......
000) and assets about the same, and
of the Cupid Clothing company about I #
1100.000, and assets about the same. 1
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of the weather trouble.are given as the causes

Shot Husband and Herself. : ABE.
Cleveland, 0., June .-L. D. Allen
'and his wife were found dead in ......:. .. ......
their room In an apartment house here ...... ...
today, the woman having shot her husband .- ....
to death and then fired a bullet --
into her own brain. Allen was 23 ......
and his wife 20 years of age. The -- k

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