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 24, 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
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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The paper "{-f the People, for the People arid bv the People."

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Mr. Tom E. Harris, of Valdosta, Everybody talk bonds for Ocala 1 Miss Ethel Robinson arrived home
a m1'1n1f"'mnn'n"'m"n"m"n"'nrnnUmnn"] '] ' ''' !! !
-- Ga. in Ocala. now, and when the time to
spent Tuesday comes go Wednesday afternoon to spend the TalkingBirds. ;
_:: I I the polls and vote for them. summer with her parents Mr. and
Mr. P. W. has to
Spellman gone
Daniel's Tonic Pills I: White Springs for a visit of a coupleof I' Mr. John Z. Reardon, who is at Mrs. G.K. Robinson. Miss Robinsonhas ;
| been absent from home
weeks. present with the S. B. Hubbard Co., over ten It is wonderful bow bird Are taught

? f f t '1" I in Jacksonville,has just passed a very months. She has been attending to talk, but It Is equally u wtmJ rful
fc For Malaria in all forms. No cure no pay. 2 Mrs. G. W. Watson, of Crystal i i Smith College and since its closing a
creditable examination in electrical to see the worst stammerer wd of
::: =: i River, spent Tuesday shopping in month she has been iI
= I I I I work. He has had a flattering offer ago visiting in
= __ f this I J stammering a few dayi. Dr. 0. W.
I city. relatives in Providence R.
- == F 1 i I 1 I from a firm in Havana to go there I. Her Randolph, a noted tpeetatUt of the
. a.A == -- Mrs. C. C. Crom and children are friends are delighted to welcome her
::: : I and will in all probability accept I voice, from Ft. Lou, hat d. nonstat-
. :: -- visiting Mrs. Crom's sister, Mrs. i II Ii i home after her long absence.
::: > :: same in the fall.. I II I *1 this fact to Mr. L. C. C3otw>va, a
4 I I. Brown, at Fernandina.Mr. I I
== j prominent cUtonnf Palatka
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.' ta1S\, -- ---- Mr. B. H. Seymour says the impression Mr. D. J. Dyke, a carpenter and

\e.G\;(; "H. :-: I I and Mrs. B. H. Sands have returned seems to prevail that he lost builder who recently came to this *, the cure of his two ROM, awl evrai ..
r.,i() others in a few day. Dr. ,
home from a fewdatsisit to from Eustis liAmiotph
__ K ,i -- I all his lumber at the recent fire city met with great
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Palatka. ; is now at the St. ffoorjp hotel J'k
. -- Mr. Sand's brother at which consumed his Ocala mill. He success during the building boom that
-- sonville, Fla., aid will rvMin
has been going in Orlando this tutu
auks us to state that he has on handover
Burt of Ozello after
Mrs. W. C. ,
== i I summer and decided to take unto the 10th of July. See or write him atonce.
-- : .- spending a couple of days in Ocala' 100,000 feet of nicely seasoned t

--- __H__ ---- _u_:__ ______ I t returned to her home Tuesday after- lumber at his mill three miles northof himself a wife so he departed from He com** highly tAneowiarntl.

this city which can delivered on I our city this morning for Ocala wherehe ed by leading mm, air ftI ..lNdinc 1

noon. -.--.-- papers all ovw th, MMI*. Mr. |,. '.
I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE | Major L. T. Izlar returned Tuesday short notice. Among this is flooring, I will be united in marriage tomor- iCanova i
ceiling and siding. Se his advertise- row morning at 10:30 to Miss Estelle you Miss tfec i ure t
JpT prescriptions receive careful attention :::: i from Blackville, S. C., wherehe
of hill9Ondf ........
- --- -,- -- ment in another column of today's Smith one of Ocala's fair young la- you wl 1
-_ has been for a couple of weeks on -
?IlI111111IIIIIUIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIUiIIIII! IIIIIUIIiIIlIIIII111JlIIII l Illh legal business. paper. dies. The wedding will be held at Sued bf Hit Oseter I
the home of the bride after which
.. ... -- -- Mr. J. C. Lusk, of Jacksonville : i "A tIu.i r Herr IWMOkl.rt K'.brr'l 1;W j
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. ,- -4 & -- -.....,.:>>... ..L! -.. Asher Frank is now located at Division Passenger Agent of the I they will take a short wedding trip whim el.llu wM.r.rr.ett.4i,arer0of j

t Quitman, Ga., where he i is making Southern railway, was a prominent and will return to Orlando about. July1st. te.nlrre ,uorblta." Ms H. 'k"f. J

David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE quite a success as a buyer of melons visitor to Ocala Wednesday. Mr. We wish them a happy weded of CWiirllt, eal. "111 t|.. m.l b, j I

and cantaloupes.Mr. Lusk was here in the interest of the life. Orlando Star, Saturday June pr.iiwl: hi* uiHlivwl ,kill kutl mitt. 1"IUt'
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turpentine operators trip to St. Louis.I ISth. The above wedding occured
LANDS. Walter Hawkins, of Jacksonville Ch.tiulwrUlii'n. 'ullet. ttor and
Sunday at the home of the bride, a t
The will leave Jacksonville
party Di i ..
Florida and freight
over the Southern on the 30th of this notice of which has already appearedin goal r..IIC' in h4k've it w...' <
agent of the Central of Georgia:: is in j
month and it is expected that a large these columns. NtdiKtorvould u.ra Sett r'duty ::

If you have any phosphate lands you wish to sell or ; Ocala for a few days. crowd will go on this trip, which has -- than I hi-Iniiei'c11rlMlw '.rhu.. :
There is nothing equal t.t Pain balm t ,u"v..r1.\ ... Sold by ..It" .js.. Ini
communicate with him. Mr. Thomas of Fernandina been :1
lease on royalty Royal, delightfully arranged._. for sprains and bruise It will effect a -- ---
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is the guest of his uncle and aunt, cure in one-thinl the time required by .

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jeffords, at their iOLE Ji :;!101ffiYA. tirn' any treatment. For ale t>y all drug. : iroIEY5KIDNEl 1

home on Ocklawaha avenue. ....thee .ejhendheal-luna' gists. m rasa Jd..n aed BtsUr J
Office next to Dt. Smith. Pobtoffice Block. Ocala,Fla.
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Mr. C. H. Weekly and Mrs. Cotney ,

who have been with their sister, Mrs.J. .

M. Benton for the past ten days, ; GADSON, THE BAZAAR MAN TALKS
USA ELISABETH HABSIS, Local Editor [ If you don't get your paper regularly (II
i left Tuesday afternoon fortheir homein
make it known at the office,and y adEE

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN I IIn. II don't wait until payday then registera Atlanta.

I big kick. Some of our merchants are taking LET THE CANNON ROAR.IAU

all- .
of the Silver Springs
) McLean, of Leesburg. is the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. French and :Mrs. advantage tt -

guest of Mrs. F. A. Teague.Mr. Sears left Tuesday for their summer water route for getting their goods y 0
north. The saving in
from the
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Sandford Birdsey visiting relatives freights by this route are enormous.
return in October.Mr. 0"- .
I and friends in Ocala. .ft-
I I Dr. Hy Robinson, president of W o V'a tri
Lou Green is back from Vir- "
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Mr. H. G. Dunn, of Citra, was the Commercial Bank of Jack-
ginia, where he went to take his 2: ., __ ,04
1t among Ocala'8 visitors Wednesday. sonville, and of the Commercial bankof W s
son, Alfred, who will spend the sum- .i. iILI1 __' -
Tyding'a & Co., have a full line of this city, is spending a few days in _
mer with his grand mother. ..... --
fancy box paper of all descriptions x Ocala. He is the guest of his daughter N

J According to the announcement of Mrs. A. H. Marsh.
Fertus W. Biggs says the Ocala
the Evening Star Mr. J. C. Moodywas T
Banner must follow him to his new f
Among the visitors to this city yesterday ?
married several months to
:; Maryland home. was Rev. L. W. Moore, for-
I Miss Hannah Wocker, of Floral City. .
::1 Mi I Violette Robertson, of Whitney merly of Gainesville but now pastorof We are Making Q Great Noise With Some
The negro killed several days ago the Ocala church. He left in the
-r.! visiting her uncle and aunt, I -
by a convict guard was the one who I afternoon for Paradise, where he will PRICIFor
r Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson.I REMARKABLY LOW
'I "- stole Ernest Hodge's bicycle several be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.. W. A.

_1 I Ik W. Blount returned home days ago. Moral: Don't steal any- Strickland.-Gainesville. Sun. the Next Thirty Days.

:a, Wednesday morning- from a business. thing from a poor printer! .
-: visit to Jacksonville and Tampa. Mr. W. H. BUtch, of Morriston,one
, Our Usual Annual Clearance SaleIs
I I Tell your physician to have yourI of the Ocala Banner's Levy county

,, )Ir. Will Price, of Tampa, is in the I i I prescriptions filled at our store. We admirers. accompanied by his son, on Prior to Our Trip to the Eastern Markets to Pick up more Big Values

city. Mr. Price is a member of the I I I have a full line of pure drugs, and a Williard, were among the pleasant Early Fall and Winter. We have Decided to Cut Prices to the bone. .

; firm of Eagleton & Price, of Tampa. trustworthy man to put them up. callers at this office Wednesday. Mr.
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Mlw Johnnie Liddon went to Mont- Tydings & Co. x Blitch reports at least a 50 per cent '

brook Wednesday to spend a few I]I I Mrs. J. M. Benton and little son, damage to the crops in his section NO ROOM IN OUR STORE FOR OLD STI(

days with her friend Mrs1. F. E. '" Mitchell, left Wednesday for Atlanta, from the continued dry weather of '

I April and May.
Crawford. where they 'will make their home

f,.t--_ .r I with Mrs. Benton's mother, Mrs Your Attention Is CalledTo
Col. R. F. Rogers, superintendent Miss Claudia Miller, who formerly

; of the Marion Farms, returned home j I,I! Kin''with n. The Ocala friends give" them taught in the Ocala High School, but our Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons Ladies and Gents' Furn
:" Wednesday afternoon from a business up great who is now one of the teachers at the Must Move as we Want the Room for New Good

trip to Jacksonville.Mr. I I Mr. D.: W. Davis went to Seabreeze Live Oak school, arrived in Ocala A

afternoon to about Tuesday afternoon and spent the .
of see
Henry drug C. store, supplied the AntiMonopoly the- I: renting a cottage there for his family night with her friend, Miss Nellie Watch Our Show WindowsAnd

j i for the sUmmer. His son, Norton accompanied Stevens. She left Wednesday after-
pie-nlcters with palmetto fans and Store Front and Keep Posted on Prices. ,
: him. They will be absenta noon for Sumterville to spend ten
was praised all day long. of days with relatives.Mrs. Gold Trimmed Water Tumblers 38 Cents Set.
couple days.
Large Fancy Shape Pitcher and Basin 98
Mrs. Robt. Taylor and children
Eustis Mr. F. B. Beckham returned Wed- : Edd Weathers, of.Newberry, r
went down to Wednesday
afternoon to spend a couple of weeks nesday afternoon from Jacksonville, arrived in Ocala Tuesday afternoon

with Mrs. Taylor's parents. I having accompanied his wife and and will spend a couple of weeks We Are Opening Up 3 Casks of Crock

I I children' that far on their way to with her cousin, Mrs. W. D. Graham.

The prrltlrtt aud most upto-date i Fredick Hall, Va., where they have Before her marriage Mrs. Weatherswas

lice of hOI p-pr for ladies' corre I t for the summer. Miss Jessie Carter. She will \Ve bought direct from the Factory. Its a big "Job" never bought s!O chI
poudenc can b., had at Tydings also visit relatives at Carter's Pond before and you have never .heard of such prices as we are putting on t
the prices are reasonable *
COtuiainy'sand, too. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gordon and before returning home. shipment, All kinds of Crockery Fancy, Decorated and plain in the J

little daughter, of Dunnellon, were in
Miss Abbie McCarthy went to St. The reading club enjoyed a very
the city yesterday on their way to MEN'S AND BOYS HATSCut
Augustine Wednesday to attend the Lakeland and other South Florida i pleasant meeting with Mrs. McKean

commencement exercises of St. J os- points where they will spend several iI I and Mrs. Miller Tuesday afternoon. to the Bone in this Sale, $1.45 Hats for $zoo and $zoo Hats for 71

at which her sister of the Bell" ...
:. eph's Academy months among relatives and friends. "Song was -
Mice Annie, is a student. read to the club by Miss Weathersand
-- ------ Miss Mercedes Clark, the bright Miss Stevens and was very greatly -
; Mrs. J. J. Williams and baby left Trimmings, Ladies and Misses Hats, Must go $2.00 Hat for
, daughter of R. S. Clark,has achieved enjoyed. A pleasant feature of the
Wednebday for Jacksonville to spenda $5.00 Hats for 3. and $zoo Hats for 65 cents.
a signal honor at the Convent of the afternoon was the presence of Miss
short while with Mrs Williams'
Holy Names. She is a member of the Claudia Miller, who was formerly a
Uter. They will then go to Pablo '
class of 1905, and in the year just member of the club. The meeting INVITE.

leach for-the- summer.---- closed she made a general average of with her was a very pleasant one. Get Our Prices. We Bought Right and Will Sell Right. We Are Not Sdliof At Cost Other.

Mr. H. C. Savage returned Tuesday 99 in all studies-a degree of unusual Next week the club will meet with Yours Anxious to Please.

from Georgia where he has been proficiency.-Tampa Tribune. Miss Mrs. G. S. Scott. -

located for the past two years. He Mercedes used to live in Ocala and The Ocala IBazaF.

_4 U at present the guest of his father, her friends here will be delighted to FOIFTO11ThDTi i .

F Mr. S. S. Savage. learn of her proficiency at school. Curd. .{.. f'r. a; Pacaaoata P. GADSOX, Proprietor. -



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l primaries are over, canvasses Mrs. P. W. Green and baby return- 1 desire through your columns to Vegetablesto

and the community 13. assum ed Saturday from Fair.ield, where she express my gratitude to the democratic bring good prices celt hate

iU normal lit te. went to attend the wedding of her voters- of 3Iarion for the high- both suedandgaal FOR

F farmers are about through the sister, Miss Kate Payne honor they have done nje by makingme ill: -

: of their crops, which, not- Mr. J. R. Names has purchased the their nominee for the importantot5ce Even

F the dry weather, will T. C. Hall house on Eighth street and of sheriff of the county. To be good soil ... YOU!

hh family is occupying it. u made ..
a fair yield. the recipient of this vote of confidence
The B. Y. P. t:. held an ice cream thus better by
practically electing me to
t Carrie E. Long, of Ocala, b the use ,
sale Friday evening in the town hall. 1.'i
this of shall
important post duty of a fer DRINK
relatives and friend at Mar- Mrs. Mitchell and daughter returned
, always be held in the highest appreciation tilizerrich
and Cotton Plant. She is always a Sunday from a visit to Oxford. by me. in

. + and highly esteemed guest John Lyles had the misfortune to Especially do I desire to thank

tear the nail from hw PotashWe
her numerous friends. J moat sincerely my personal friends

shipping of melons and cakes last week while at work. throughout Marion county for their

3Irs. Ellen Bush and Mrs. R. L. and wt'( seta:r boo;" r .-: It'
Cotton Plant, York and Jlartel, unwavering effective support, in ,.,
.aioo $ ttese.t. --t "
Halatead, the last of the winter residents instances under them for thenGERnAN
about fifteen car loads I many given
to leave, left Monday night:for. : KALI WORKS, r'l
: over, and whflethe yield was t trying circumstances. To have

an average, it exceeded the aver St. Louis. After spending a week or such loyal, such true friends, placesme >cw \.n.-'S\tta.Tanya.... *!"t.r 3.S HruJ' THE OREAT qt q

of .the so at the exposition they will go to i under that I
most of localite* of the obligations to them s

I Boston for the remainder of the sum I can never repay, but such will ever HEALTH DRINK

picnic at Brook' hammock at; mer.The be gratefully remembered. j Jerry Burnett !I
had representatives from usual summer stillness of the To my friends and neighbors herein I

Fellowship, York, Cotton little town is broken this year by the Dunnellon, who gave me all their: |I! Merchant j(! IN THE[ GOOD OlD

and LeRoy. About seventy- stands of hammer and saw as the votes-all they had-I am under j i

I I persons were present. The beau work goes merrily forward on the more lasting obligations than ever before j

hammock afforded a delightful new Masonic building, which it>eing although they had time and I Tailoring. SUMMER[ in;

The ice cream churns under rapidly pushed to completion. again honored me highly. To receive i

skilful management of Mrs. J. H. The street committee were out this such a flattering and unanimous Owls, Florida. i f

and other ladies was kept week laying new tile drains, etc. indorsement by my home people is an Finest Imported and I Ii

I The beautiful maids and ma Mrs. Sumter Vining and baby, of I I honor even greater than receiving j i Domestic Cloths. I I

in their attractive gowns were Plant City arrived Tuesday, summoned the office. I sincerely thank you for! i I Cutting specialty j 1 1I i ii i METT0i3adlalicious'bererage ; .
the serious illnes of her i Fits Guaranteed. I II '
The young men and wid by : this manifestation of confidence. .

saw to it that all were served: sister, 3Iiss Belle Strobel. To 3Ir. Galloway, who was my corn I. m t d e

an abundance of the cold re JOSH. petitor, I desire to express my j I! ;I from ripe Saw Palmetto
beverages that abounded, A Matter in Which Ocala is Vitalljr thanks for his hearty congratulations, J! I I

all present vied with each other Concerned his graceful and happy acceptance of I Berries Absolutely free

making the occasion enjoyable and Washington, D. C., June 21, 1904. I. of the result, and also his voluntary I! from harmful 41'1t4 Metto

& At 1 p. m. a most bounti Special the Oala Banner. promise that, as a true democrat he j t It II. .
In a recent letter to the secretaryof '
I. Li
stimulates the
repast of good things was spread will not only support the ticket as I.I i <-r,
: the interior the state of Florida I.I I
; a commodious table that had nominated, but also to uphold me in flushes the Kidat acts
I asks assistance of the Geological Survey I ) *,
erected by that Prince of Bach the proper discharge of the duties

i J. H. Seckinger and others, in determining the course of thenderground incumbent upon me. WIHWL) SURGIC&INSTITUTE. directly on the J.4ta'r,
u streams of the state, in Atlanta. Ga. EatabU.hw 1S74.
a regular country mingling was In conclusion, I wish to say that I > *ts Club Feet, Dl5 u*. of the Spta.Hip. Makes the
order to avoid contamination of the :.kate ParilfsU. Pll.a. FurolA, Tamale *&4 organs per-
in by all in eating the shall earnestly endeavor, in return forthe ;'rlrat dls isc*, Hernia Btcnattitai. UrtturyrjfMLS :
water supply in disposing of sewage. > ,er.:. bond lax lllti&r&i4 circular.LUMBER. I form their functions
tantiaLs and delicacies that were people's trust and confidence in a
The president of the state board of
and after all had eaten and placed upon me, to discharge the natural I
health states that that body is confronted I way thereby
filled, by estimate seven bake | duties-of this office faithfully, without
with a most serious problemin the
'" were gathered up and distribut regard to past political alignments keeping system M a
connection with the water supplyof
by bending quantities to neighbors irrespective of any person or: :j perfect and healthy erudition .
many towns, associated as it is
could not attend. The Benin persons, truly according to law. By

cold beverages was then resumed with the disposal of domestic wastes. so doing I hope in a small measure at I ISOICII and i : : : : :
When towns are located on riverbanks IUtE'U
an increased demand by reason least to show the people of 3Iarion I !
sounds, or the ocean this ..... .i .
,,' arrivals; which pressed! those how highly I appreciate the great \
question is not difficult to adjust, but Dry Siding, Flooring and Oiling.
: served until 3 p. m. when an honor they have placed upon me.
many of the inland towns, whcr.epopulation
storm caused: the assembled Very Respectfully,
has grown quite rapidly B. H.
to disperse, and seek shelter HENRY GORDON Seymour, S. re
during the past ten ;years, seeking to s t
the threatning down pour of Dunnellon, Fla., June 21st, 1904. Ocala, Fla.NOTICE .{
adopt a more convenient and satin
: i The receipts came up to antic !
t'J factorymethodofdispoingofsetraehave : ; Two Distinguished Floridians I
and all left delighted with I
repast, and concord and harmony placed in operation a sewerage The older colleges and universities 1 j

!system at the same time that a water- of the country have from time to time I I A. E. Delwe-t administrator with will annexed
prevailed throughout the day. ol Ed. Urloutat give*Butice that oa the
L. W. H. works plant was established.In conferred honorary degrees upon I4 d.JII'! &1tr" tgol.
per-I I he will prevent his account: and vouchers to the .
} not a few of these inland towns sons of distinguished merit c xi=tT rode for final etU raetst and nit for ,
GAITER VILLC. discharge. ThIS olh day of March
the sewage is run into a "sink" of who have acheived fame at the bar, I A E URtOl'EsT taw
i I
: em 6m administrator
which there are a number in the in the pulpit, as authors, historians I II 311 Etc
the.last few weeks there I
central and western part of the staten inventors, and along lines of original - -
been so much rain that work o
and bacteriological examinations of investigations.
l >5 is almost impossible.
the water supply at certain places The trustees of the University
terrific storm btruck Gaiterville
I have shown conclusively that thereis Florida at their last meeting, following uI eAre
doing a great deal of
some connection between the the example of the older universities -
to crops, and upsetting fenc sure indications of torn form *>! .
streams of water at the bottom of the conferred the degree of L. L. *"! *-
HO much so that the early hours trouble, biliotuneu era txstr Miar-a w H
"sink" and the wells which supply D. upon two of Florida's distinguished next overtake you Don t I; rah it &sd t&n ail.
}' morning were spent chasing doa'ttakecaloa clorquuuad-
l uNtnnjtnnM
the towns. oas, viz. ExJudgeIi1t<>n H. i
stock from the fields. Several
1 1d Another menance from this same 3Iabry, of Pasco county, and Hon.
r complaining of losing both young HERDINE
source is the fact that should one oas r I William A. Blount, of Pensacola.
| and turkeys; some losing
several of these wells become .contaminated Judge 3Iabry recently retired from has all their virtue.--vn.e J beEr
) as twenty head of young dewily ril-xU. HCRlilNE r
S I with disease bacilli the supreme court of the state *
' producing carrying regularly. 01 foratta! ******r4K
they would in turn contaminatethe with him the love and esteem tbedipaire orauutm perfect wit1tloa ,
Jno. Boring, ,of Early Bird, haul off bflioaaaeti", hca+fatabM, "
underground streams, and of the people of Florida and he will lirer
down Saturday night after the lib keep fOCI ia goal titeaas.yI .
thus be the means of conveying the be remembered as one of the ripest TRY ft TODAY. r
and says the only bad effects
I germs to other portions of Florida, scholars and profoundest lawyers SOo a Doa1a. Ali Cra tna
storm be saw was in our little
the starting point of the inflection that ever graced that judicial tribunal For Sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 'I

perhaps being at some distant point. and we believe that this honor
: A. R. Brooks, formerly of this
The of the I conferred him the -
gravity situation is fullyrealized upon by Universityof -------- -
but now of Bowling Green, is t
Gaitenille looking after his by the government officials} Florida will be applauded by the ti

but owing to the absence in the field 11 people of this state. i
here. He will leave the |
part of the week for his ho of the hydrologists who would havme e Mr.Blount is recognized not only as The Portable SawMill is tha Coming MiL

Bowling Green. the matter in charge an examination the ablest lawyer Florida but many OUR MILL IS THE COMIHCPORTABLE I {

G. O. Turner and his charming cannot be undertaken till fall, of his associates, who have met him 1 i

i Ethel attended church at when the division of hydrology of the at the bar, believe that he is the MilL.

. Sunday. Miss Ethel will U. S. Geological Survey may detailan ablest lawyer south of the Potomac .

E in Dunnellon a few days the expert to supervise the executionof river. He is also,a close student anda It is a portable mill that is really portable Mokm lwket

t' \ of )Irs. Austin. the work. profound scholar and the conferring lumber. Capacities 2.000 to 5,000 feet per dy. j

DIRECTOR U. S. GEOLOGICAL of this degree upon him willevel''Where
Jno. Y. Barns
the cattle king SURVEY.Triumphs .
be regarded as havingbeen
county, was in Gaiterville -
of Modern Surgery. fittingly bestowed.
week buying cattle. Mr. Barns
y Wonderful_ things are done for thor e
k ..- been in the cattle business f human body by nurgery. Organs are Driven to Despirationd .

years and has been very eu c- taking out and scraped anti poli .. Living ot an out of the was place,
and put hack, or they be
may removed remote from civilizitiou, u family is

J. E. Brooks seems to be'ery entirely; bones are spliced; pipestakes often driven to de-pirtioQ iu case of fl
of late whether he will the place of diseased section of a'-cideut. resulting iu Burns, Cats
go veins antiseptic dressing are appliedto Wounds, UK-era, etc. Lay in a supply
south or stay here. The at- wounds, bruises burns
and like in* of Backl u'tI Arnica Salve. It's the M7k3i

seems to be very strong both I juries before inflammation sets in, best on eirih. mid, at Tydiugs & Co.

ha, ha. which causes them to heel without Drug Store. \
maturation and in 1
one-third the time
big time is planned for the picnic
required by the old treament. Cham- Why didn't the Marion Concert -
Stokes Ferry, July 4th. Don't
i be rial n'a Pain Balm acts on this same band
go to the Lake Weir picnic TAKE YOUR SILL TO THE
it everybody has a cordial in principle. It is an antiseptic and LOOS.
last week? They missed an excellent Can be set.and ready to
sass two h
UNCLE JOE. applied to such injuries, causes xlnl. 'rir
opportunity to dispense music tion Cable Fe. d. Stationary Mills
them to heel very quickly. It is also to a and any capably, t
Turner Pond Picnic. allays the pain and soreness. Keep a crowd that would have appreciated it. Stationary Engines, Railway. Mill and

i annual picnic at Turne re' bottle of Pain Balm in your home and WRITE US TODAY
It is rumored that Col. Bob Davis
will take place Friday, July 8. \fllls&ve you time and money, uot 4
is cordially invited to at i to mention the inconvenience and suffering will take up his residence, in Tampa BACON & COLLINS SUPPLY CO.

which such injuries ep. ail. For and enter actively upon the practiceof ,
: Remember the date, July 8th. 'sale by all dru2 gists. m J his profession. ALBAKVf G OhtIA. ... 1

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tAU XUZABZTH SASSIS Local EI"-: WILLl9AfUYH MUIiDEiiED::- RESULT DECLARED. I t I COAST LINE HAS FEATURE. i I: mnrnmmrmmmmmmmm.m"rm"mrmmllllll"'tl' I Ii

I HAPFEhlKCS( AEOUT TOWN. I Found Dead In his Carriage Monday State Executive uommitte Passes on Florida and West Indian Limited Im- I i ST ARTIN EARLY

Morning Near Town. Vote of June Primary Election. proven Its Service. ;
I I 1"r great imiHiriaoe In =: ;
Mr. W. T. Wheeler has gone to From Tuesday's Daily. Special to the Ocala Banner To the : .. .
r already famed Florida and I I ttl"Julrlui: |>r .rl< Inir.v In ...a'i .

: I Loui ana on a business trip. He will I At an early hour Monday morningthe Jacksonville, June 17.-The state'' West Indian Limited, of the Atlantic .:' :.:.:.. 1,1 "t tiht Inll Intl ,1.1

be absent about week. dead body of William Ruth, one luak.thetuhlaketif ihink :;:;
a democratic executive committee met Coast Line, an addition has been i!I ""!' 1
of colored hack drivers :: lUll "*ny Mtrt of M i iatH
was ,
here _
today and canvassed the vote of made which will be
appreciated by i ::: I
Mr. Richard S. Hall returned home will tin>> In hrtfiii ill. ITWON'T. ::::
found near the Marion Farms, abouta the democratic primary held on June' the traveling public, both for local t
Monday from a short but pleasant I i + YMurrlilklnmlan ==
, mile and half east of town. a
a 7th. I --1
; and through traffic. good an liMtnmuMjt
vMt to White Springs. a == ;

J On examining the body it was Notwithstanding a strong fight As a part of the train which each I I 1--: I- I\\ you can atliinl to buy. tier __- Jf -

I Mrs. B. B. King and children have found that Ruth had been shot six against the counting of the vote in day pulls out of the union station at f ::: her ear for iuu-it* will lnmmui 3 J
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gone to South Carolina to spend the times in the back of the head with a various counties where gross irreg- 2:15 o'clock, city time, for New York, r 4 le l. :: t
You will riAfo
: t>e in trust :::
,I summer. 32 calibre pistol at about eight o'clock ularities were charged, the committee is fine coach built ,
t a on a new pat- r r c log to expert piano dealrli ::::

t Mr. Claude E. Connor, of Gadsden, Sunday night. It is supposed that he accepted the returns as made by tern by the Pullman Company. The =-= witn thirty-threw year :: ;.

r Alabama, is again visitor to the was shot by a passenger in the car the chairmen of the county committees exterior of the car closely resembles Jtty experience :..::.

I city. lie Is here on a business trip. riage, as the shots were fired from refusing in any instance to go that of a Pullman sleeper, and has -n Only tbe hart \+lasee ::.:...:. j

such close range that the hair was behind these returns. == an d. s sr
t the words "Atlantic Coast Line" on

Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business burned from his head by the powder.The I James P. Taliaferro was declaredthe its border. Inside the car is finishedin )

I manager of the Ocala Banner, was a body was dragged for several nominee of the democratic partyfor handsome oak, and has wide Pull- I LUUDEN. GUIrB-ELL.1 SMITH Cl() I

: business visitor to Jacksonville Montenlay. yards and finally dropped to the United States senator; Napoleon man vestibules and high-back plush __ 'i

ground where it lay until Monday B. Broward for governor; Frank seats. The car is lighted by Pintsch Headquarters
Jacksonville Fla.
birds could morning. The carriage and horses ,
there were no man Clark second district ?
congressman ; gas and is of unmmallength. A roomy ... .3

not live on the earth. Insects, too, were some distance from the body.A H. Clay Crawford secretary of state. smoker is at one end. 111lIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII-INIhIIUIilIUIIlIUIIIII i i i i i II"III'III'

while annoying are helpful to the ,coroner's jury composed of Alexander St. Clair Abrams endeavored Six of the e coaches have just been

lives of Messrs.. J. Starr Sternberger, Nathan I
man. as champion for Hon. Robt.W. turned out of the Pullman shops for
afe,.nl. David S. Woodrow and C. Peyser, W. A. Goin, :Jake Klein, G. Davis, to have the contest claims I the Coast Line and have the last week LEE MILLER

L. Anderson returned home Monday W. Martin and George Mathews was considered, but Chairman Williams been added to the service. The run S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

few at Mr. Wood- appointed to hold an inquest over the ruled this out of order
from a days' outing. and the vote of the cars is from Jacksonville to

I; row' place on East Lake._ body. was in all instances counted as re Washington City, leaving Savannahat Livery Feed and Sale Stables

Up to the present hour there is turned. 2:15 o'clock in the afternoon and ,

I Mr. Lee Clyatt, of Gainesville i was absolutely no clue to the murderer.It .
The Lake Weir Picnic reaching Washington 7:54 o'clock
a visitor to Ocala Sunday, being the is not known that the murderedman We carry the most completeline
The Union Sunday school picnic at the following morning. Southbound,
guest of his brothers, Messrs W. W.
had The I
anyenemi body was
: Lake Weir Friday was a great big the train reaches Savannah from of Harness, Saddles, etc.
and Vernon Clyatt.Mr. not robbed, several dollars, a watch,
-------- event. There were eight coaches and New York at 10:02 a. m. city time. in central Florida, and will giveour
etc., being found in his pocket,
and Mrs. F. A. LeSueur and an express car, all packed. The crowdis The Coast Line is especially proudof
The funeral will be held this morn- patrons the very lowest
little son, Joseph Augustus,left Tuesday estimated to have been consider- the Limited and more so since the sI

for Atlanta for a couple of weeksto ing. ably over five hundred. Trainmaster new cars have been placed in service. I I prices. We are thoroughly

Mr. LeSueur's That Tired Feeling.If Arthur L. Glass will be in service the I
parents and Conductor Car- The new cars i equipped for fitting out turpentine -

r you ore Idlisfil.d, ilrpivs-ieil KIIII l liucitpabl ter handled the crowd and handled it round. Savannah Morning I
Mrs. C. R. Hendricks has gone to .. for work it inOicait-s hat I and lumber teams, gear,

Montgomery" to visit her daughter, your liver is out of urd-r. H.*rbme well. News, June 5th, 1904. etc. .4'.... "t- ':r'J J

MN. Meadows, formerly Mrs. Senella will a-wisi nature 10 Throw itl' h,.ad laeh l- The train stopped at Weir Park, wagons, 1t. 1J 'ft.t4'To&
Mr. Chubb Hits Us One. .. _
.'', rheumatism ,,1\11 ailments where the picnic was held. i -
Jlt>ndricks. Later on Mrs. Hendricks We always keep hand full Hue of
t ,. Gainesville, Fla., June 19th, 1904. on a Columbus and Hummer
to>> nervusress tint r- vore'n. t'1It"hiu. The beautiful lake is most
Buggies, and "White
will to St. Louis. j Hickory" Turpentin* and Farm Wnenimorth
go ---..-- '+ud vitt.ityof fcouml prfe |It";thh.| place fcr bathing and nearly all Hon frank barns Ocala Fla. !j jMY | \ Side Court II. Otnisi. IU
J. J Muboanl, Tempie, 'IVxis writes, DEAR SIR:-I herewith enclose'
t Miss Ann Bittinger, sister of C. L. crowds ..
day of the happy =-w.- -
M(. reh,1902!: : "I have u-ed Hrliin my check for 2 to cover enclosed 1!' [ I __
Bittenger, who has been spending the in the water. There
for She pt two years. It bas were a
bill-I have enjoyed reading pa-\\
winter and spring in Ocala is now done me m >iv g.pui>> th in a'l' the doctor number of boats and sailing and row-
during and it has been i HUBBARD
visiting the great St. Louis fair. -. When I teal rat >xud> have that ing were among the delights of the per past years & 'MACDUFFHEADQUARTERSF

'j From there Miss Bittenger will return tire-1\ (e 1-uj:, I ukea do.', of H, rbiue.Itis day. t I I a very valuable enclyclopeadia, giving -II

I the b.->*: iuedicenvrr blade for I as it did, the character of some
to her home in California. At noon dinner was served, some .
chills ami f-ver" 50 Ms a lJoll\\ Sold of the leading democrats of the state.I .
-.- by Ati'i-Mouopoly Drnif More m having theirs down by the lake, some I
;p A colored woman droppped dead am somewhat bewildered, after' CSRAMERICAN
C on the hotel piazza and others on the
Sunday at the Mt. Zion Baptist twenty-five years of association and
Ocala tUnored. grounds surrounding and adjoiningthe
church. It seems" that she went up listening to democratic speeches, I :
At the Young Peoples Baptist Un- hotel.In FIELD AND HOG FENCE
to the mourners' bench to be prayedfor had about concluded that the demo-
: ion held at Tampa last week Ocala every particular the day was a
and while kneeling died. crats of Florida were reputable, self-
t was honored in being selected for the most delightful one and the picnicwas I, ---.---..,.'s r sacrificing patiots, but since new,; I
Messrs. Otto Mente and S. S. Say- next place for holding the conventionand greatly enjoyed. Not a single i,''i- _.-I i.-l.-!)'r'\. l -e
method of nominations, commonly -
age, jr., have gone for a trip throughthe Rev. L. B. Warren was elected casualty was reported. I, t.- .,..---. _. .- .-I_.I...,..I",..: I !

t' koutliern section of Florida. They vice-president of the union] The convention The train returned at 7 o'clock and called primaries, has been put in I I '- : :-- -I.-:.t IP-,.-I f .! -'.
.! "rr' t .
operation, I have concluded that I 1 "' '
are wiling washing machines. We proved most delightful in every one who attended went to sleep I 1'i. I i\

f, wish them success. every way. : without rocking. was mistaken. And if the democrats I i '-=; ::: ': T r j

-- I _. tell the truth about themselves and I .- ..,-,____'r,. ,3
Have You A I 'j
b- Cough] ---- ---- -, r\
r Mr. B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gainesville Three Physicians Treated Him Without A dosof Mallard's\ Horehound can be believed, the only honest people ''I --.--- -- -.. --,-..-....-..- ... 1'-: .

Success. left in the state .-. ....-..-. -.--.- ... ...-
f. ,was in Ocala Monday interview- Syrup will relieve it, Have you a cold.A are republicans. -;- :..; ._-.. ... ..;;T;.... '
W. L. YIiUI' uiucrli Kv .."" ; -ftlr .
}, NrIt4: 1.I"aJlf..r.u..t.
hardware dealers. He is the. dMof Hertiitif bed Sincerely ?
Ingour ht fine and fr yours ..
4 I bad a severe i-bs of hiiny ,1j..t'aole .;:ys I;' I. f; h.I.. A' tbyt II U.J N....rfMt
L traveling representative of the Baird quest small do-m of Horehound HENRY S. CHUBB.
and three of the best J.h.\s'dll.lIS inKeuiucky Syrup during the day will remove it. :.,:tie a : :!';f. fucnc. iutft ,raid twl) wires, Wviiy Ja..jSt 1

Hardware Company. .. treated me without surest. it f... Worst of All Experience. ,..... : : > and eon.ractioQ. ]
f- Try coopingrough, for asthma i' ;: ir'o > i t: expansion; g practically ever-

Louis Chazal, who has been in New I then took Folly's! Kidney Cure. for consumption, fyr t.routhitis. Mrs. Can anything he wow than to feel 1' : : -i i r goes:: vionj: no matter how great a strain it put on it

The first bottle give immediate relief To+ MIGrath,3 E. lsl8'aeetHutch. that fr 'ry minute will b" your last? ; ., r' : : iil-te: but tte$, ..:fScientiy, turn cattle, horm, hogs
York City for the past ten months 1 _.
and three potties cured .
l me permauently. iuson, Kins'., writes"I have used Such way- exp-rien'-e of Mrs. ''. H. .n i rI'p .

, :I; pursuing hi- art studies,arrived home I gladly recommend this wonderful Hallard's Horehound syrup in my \ewsotl. D-catur, Al*. "Fur three .'

Monday to spend his summer vacation remedy. Bold by Post Office family for 5 oear.-, and fiend it the best years" she writes, "I endured in uf. ..nh Y ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED

with his Mr. and Mrs. Drug Store. m and most palttahle medicine I ferabhjpaiu from indigestion, stomach -
I parents, ever : a-rihciurcrs: and by us. Call :and fee it. Can HtoW'M""bow
uy?d." 25e, 50c( $1.00 MA and bowel iroui-1 Death 9em-!!
I L. II. Chazal. Mrs Wiggs in The Cabbage Patch. by Ami. .: -.1.1 SI\"C: .you money aaJ fence your fields so they will stay fenced.
t Monopoly Drtit; { tllre. m ed inevitable when doctors and all

1 The Florida Press Assocation met The ladies of the Episcopal church revue lies fall-!l. At length I was induced Chilled Plows Black Hawk
Mr. '\ H. Timmons, a wealthyand Syracuse and Eccooj Cent Shiiist
to Electric Bitter and the
( here' this week. They all secured have secured the play entitled, "Mrs. try .
prominent citizen of Nashville, result was miraculous.! I improved at
I Wiggs in the Cabbage Patch" and Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Bids Etc
the St. Louis ,
passesto! ,
Tenn., is in Ocala for a few days, the once and now lam completely recover'ed. ,

and losses are the means of grace will render same in the next two guest of his friend, Mr. J. A. Pitt- ." For Liver, Kidney, Stomach ibbard & Macduff Ocala Fla-

and hope of glory of Florida editors. weeks. The cast and date will be Mr. Timmons in and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is ,
It was Florida ..
Jacksonville Floridian. made'known in a few days. This tbe only medicine. Only 50c. Its .....
some time the past winter and pur- -- -- -...
play is a spledid one, and with Ocala's puaaanteeri! by Tydings & Co. Drug
I There are merchants who insure chased a very valuable orange groveat gist. -
excellent talent, all look for- C. I. GRACE.Successor
: Their .toclc and houses, and 'tis wise; may Citra. He is here now to look --- -- --- .
But don't forget the safety of ward to seeing something fine. To Get Rid of Flies.
r The babe within 'TEETIIIXA" lies. after his property and he expects to to Central tum tr C0.
The Detroit Free Press sa"sthat
TEETHINA" aids digestion, overcomes Miss] Pauline Sullivan returned put in an irrigating plant and to
five cents worth of oil of lavender Dealer In
and counteracts tha effects oft
home Monday afternoon from Nashville make other improvements.
t kummer heat, regulates the bowels mixed with the same quantity of and Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Floorin&CeiliDg
\ Tenn., where she was one of Cures Old Sores. ,
and makes teethingeasy. Costs only water, will keep a room clear from and Lathe and Brick.
at the Florida maids-of-honor at the Westmorland, Kane May 5, 1903.Brllard's Siding Shingles
25 cent druggists.Mr.
atomizer to it
flies, using an spray Manufacturer of
Confederate reunion. The snow Liniment Co.: Your

Bernard Seligman, one of Columbus and maids-of-honor were the sponsors recipi- Snow Liuimen cured an 'old sore on around the room. People like the Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newels, Column, Door and

Ga's. most prominent young ents of manly lovely social atten- the side of my chin that was supposed odor, but flies do not. Window Frames, Mantels Church Seats, Pulpit) ; School

to be cincer. The sore was stubborn Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I
am constantly
business men, is spending a few days ,
t tions and none were more admired or and would not yield to treatment, uu Rev. L. B. Warren, Mrs. A. L. Lumber and fill orders for
f In the city, and i is a guestat the more popular than was Miss Sullivan, tit I tried Snow Linimeut, which did Iz-I receiving can any quantities and
lar, Mrs. S. A. Standley, Mrs. W. sizes. Mail orders attended to
Ocala Mr. is the work in short order. I promptly
l House Seligman the The trip' in every way was a most My sister! Goin, Miss Vogt, Miss Savage Mr. '

; fiance of Miss Gertrude Peyser, one charming one. Miss Sullivan spent Mrs Sopbir J. Carson, Alleusville, .I
Ballard and several other
Miffio Co. Pa. has delegatesfrom
a sore land mist-
,: of our attractive young girls, their Sunday in Jacksonville with her that the Ocala B. Y. P. U. who
rusts that iiis a cancer. Please T. W. SMITH & COMPANY.HARDWARE
engagement having been announced friend, Miss Mary DeCottes.Maj. send her a 50e bottle. Sold by AntiMonopoly spent the week in Tampa attendingthe I ,

several weeks ago. Drug Stor*>.
r T .G.M.Hubbard, of this city,and convention, returned home Sat- ,

I Quite a party of ladies bowled several Mr. L. M. Graham, of Connor, who Cards have been issued announcing, urday afternoon.Mr. We carry a full line cf Builder's Materials, such as itoors, &*h,

games at the alley Monday after- attended the Confederate the engagement of Mr. W. Gordon Blindb, Paints, Oils Varnish, Ktc
re-unit .
S Henry C. Sistrunk, deputy
The ladies will bowl from in Nashville. Brown, of,West Palm Beach, to Miss
noon. Tenn. home
clerk of the circuit court, who has STOVES RANGES. REFRIGERATORS
; t thJ*" time on_ during the summer Sunday afternoon. They the Grace Warmington, of Cleveland, ,
report been ill at the home or"his
FlsM Ohio. Mr. Brown is very par- All kinds of Elwood Kekof&e fttwl
months Monday afternoon at 5 re-union very prominentin Agricultural Implements, ,
every as being one of the
... [& most ents Montbrook, is so much im-
r o'clock. Apprize: will be musical and social circles on the American Wire Fencing.
monthly pleasant ones ever held. They stop- proved that he was able to go to
east coast. A number of Give us a call. AVe'll guarantee you satisfaction.
the best years
for ago
: ;, scores made. so we are bed over at Chattanooga en route
White Springs, where he will remainfor
he was a resident of Ocala and made ,
Expecting very soon to have some expert and took in'the beauties
j f of Lookout many friends, who will be interested several weeks to regain his T. W SMITH & COMPANY.
bowlers the ladies. mountain.
among in the above announcement. streplah.
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;; Cape is my home," Gertrude answered

HERE AND THERE Senator Democracy! Tallaferro Extends of Florida.Thanks to ..., '{ quietly."Indeed! Then you are a native. 1 I + 6 Ym O R ;i: .

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1 h i bottom teems to have dropped JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June 13,1904. il A "NATIVE"By should A taint hardly color have rose thought under it.the" girl's ,

oct )f the melon market. To The Propleof Florida: ,
I wish to convey to all of my friends skin at the supercilious tone.
"Miss Woodford's I LIKE :J
I forefathers settled A SPONGE :
Mr. D. S. has returned froma
Moody in the state this expression of my : M. LOUISE CUMMINSCtrpjTteht. here over ''.0) years ago" Garst brokf .

several week's visit to South Flor profound appreciation of their con |' In quietly. "I believe her ancestors ..r:.
; Some of the most stubborn di t : "'
1 I eac* enter : 2:)
I for six 11tj.
generations back buried "J
are in
ida. 1SG3.! by T. C. McCIure..
F stant and zealous.! support. Their ij j the little cemetery at Plum Cove Not into the system through the pore of the km. .. ..-

l Mr. Frank L. Watson is spending loyalty to me personally, their high X $;; % : ';;$,;$. : -;: ''I many of us can go as far back as Like a sponge, it absorbs poisons of various lJ( 1fa

Sunday at Pablo Beach with his wife, regard for clean methods and their "Ou. Gertrude won't you help me I that" kinds, which are taken up by the little blood ;: "

Mrs. looked vessels beneath the surface of the and ... ; ;;;'.
devotion the of NV>el these peaches? It's most train Armitage quickly from body, e
who I* there chaperoning a house- patriotic to principals
t time and supper Isn't anywhere near Garst to the girl beyond him. But emptied into the great current of the blood.y 'Lt",. -

,I party true democracy are a source of deep ready." j Gertrude had left the group with herr The juices of poison oak and_ other noxious,

,; -- and lasting gratification. The voice came with a pleasantly head held high. She wanted none of wild plants percolate through the skin like water throofh a '1..1 ..a
A 10nl'littJe daughter has arrived I i Garsfs vindication of her family. She .
. To my many friends among the sussestive clink of dishes through the taken into the circulation, breaking out afreh each **..*> .ni ;:n
f at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. had almost reached the house when bei .
: newspaper men I am especially grateful. screen door to where Gertrude Wood- i!I overtook her. ing on for years unless antidoted and driven out of the -,.-.. .

Crohby.Miss They fought the battle valiantly ford stood under a large elm. i jI< 'One moment. he ple.ldt'll.I I want Dye Poisoning among the employe of dye boaac.. and fr ming p "I".

s "I think the train is in." she an- so much to peak to you touiht"" colored under- c1nthin.r and hosiery, i* of frequent .. >.'f. .
Mabel Knight, of Valdosta, and presented the issues and the
L .wen.'d. entering the cool pleasant j "I am afraid 1 must ak you -to {'x.I and dangerous to health,

U visiting! her young friend, Miss truth constantly before their readers. uou e in answer to her mothers calL j cuse me" she said icily] causing boils and sores and POISON OAK AK) lf$ les''rCTaother

Over tn..A years one X WM >....... WII P.4.
Had Garst known that the di-
Lucille Standley, in this city. They bore with admirable patienceand Tor the land's sake Mrs. Wood- j cold eruptions.. .on O.k. I tn.4 read albet .....r r .'S'

r fortitude the assaults their fonl turned to ber handmaid and gavean | rect look which she sent into his eyes Workers in lead, brass gettingral..f. s.r..1..k e.HNa wy s ,' .1iI.

:)1itJ Annie of Dunnellon, upon was really the outcome of burning; and other metals ars often on my toa* '., atT.nta se et.tatr ., ay a. r
: Feinberg, order with ,
integrity, and, by the intelligent and some asperity. Keeping jealousy be would not have turned F1niJll. .ooal a year tt .r *M.., to.a a!. Wpoisoned
attended the Sunday school picnic at summer boarders was really the one by the chenncaU} try S. s. S.. wtt h I d t Al .* ....., 1:..N
zealous work, contributed materiallyto excitement of her dull life eagerly away with so heavy a heart and acids tiled in polish- bottle' all the aataa dlMi,a aft4aji I M.. *d
Weir Park Friday. Jack Clifford bad bard work to per- -. been bother sisal, aa4 i t r Ia4 .r. 4 "*
the decisive result. looked forward to during the long winter ing, and tne dust and .- yourvaln.bti aedleta. -., a ....-.. ... .....
suade tier to accompany them on the .. .. ,, *. .. ,.. i ei1
months when her daughter pursuedher the skin ylete' an. tam '* *! w
The celebration on the Fourth While thanking my friends, I desire yachting party arranged for the next ings settling upon thAt It claimed far it la itl.e i ........
musical career in the city and.she and which find their way .'.ay A'
morning. Danym.,
f'r promises to be the biggest that Ocala to assure all our people, without lived alone on the rugged Cape. Ky.
"You forget that I am a 'native.' through the pores into the ... .. .
t has ever witnessed.Mr. regard to any past political differ- "Small this year, aren't they?" she 1 The summer people might object" she blood, followed inflammation, swelling ana fhc matt u i *f.n.*" -r.
, said, watching her -
, ences, and with no rancor in my pretty said, with a bitter little smile and Blood Poison, the vilest of all human di*...**, ;;i' ft-:, > .
f W. D. Jarrell, who is now operating bent head and referring to the fruit Garst set his heel into the ground as hand handling the clothing "*Hr =rcles ,
the or
heart, that in my nomination for a "Not more so than usual." the girl tracted through shaking
a saw mill at Wild wood, was in he listened. with this dangerous pofeoo. Tfci dr.4dir! \ \0.
used infected
second term in the United States laughed. by one
i Ocala, Saturday on business. -Well. I don't care" Mrs. Woodford When they reached the wharf Ger- finding; iu way throttfti the p+,re.f' ttt ..
senate I realize all of the responsi- trude turned to Jack Clifford.
declared. "Mr. Garst says he never skin.contaminate the bioodftnii |>r<.
r Mrs. R. E. Yonge and two children bilities devolving upon me, and shall tasted sweeter peaches and as to )lr.CJitIonl" "Old Captain Lufkin" is sick and can'tro fearful ukert, eruption and biott t*. k
the boy tells me, she said quickly."I .
t have returned from a ten days'visitto earnestly endeavor to do my full dutyto I think we had better give op the The dieae that M tr the ayttem bf

i Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge, jr., all of the people of Florida, to promote "Who's "trifling with my august appellation trip." absorption or throttgh, the pufv art a. j
? called a gay voice as a and 4s. ... bcnu tit
. "Miss Woodford"-Jack looked at her deep-seated w a any $
ci Jacksonville.)) the best interests of the state foung fellow swung himself on to the
with mock reproach-"I am pained on by internal caws, and cannot b*
i and to advance the cause of the democracy piazza. "Miss Woodford I don't know that should thus di The biooj
i undervalue other external
you : my reached washes salves or ft.r *
L by soaps
k Mrs. Thomas Sexton and children,. which I shall devour first you or the
in every proper way. yachtsmansbip. Nothing but patriotic must be purified and a healthy circulation c4UbUah btfov jvttmf
returned home morning peaches, so fa t'enousO'!
t Saturday Fraternally )yours "1 was just going to say that your feeling prevented my offering my expert permanently rid of the disease. S. S. S. acts upon the bltad Mind if
f. from a visit to )Irs. J. II. Irvine at services to Sir Thomas. Step onboard
and it to healthy narmal caw&ttoa
restoring a ,
JAS. P. TALIAFERRO.You'll appetite was all right anyhow. Mrs. the Widgeon ladies and tear of the original poison

. Dunnellon.Mr. )) Woodford laughed. "Did your cousin nothing." S. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable, an unriraW M*.. ,.n.

Have to -Like It" down with ?" she With all rtaioftal froaa aM
come you added. But fearentered Gertrude's heart fier and the best of all tonics. impurities
t John II. Vereen, formerly of "Yes. Garst got as far as the ham- from the satin ,,'rite..t.o.W
i Once upon a time a lot of friends more than once when they had left blood, the sores eruptions disappear

this city, is in business in Jacksonville went out on a camp hunt, and before mock"Go and and him Gertrude. SupperIs the little harbor and she noted the you desire medical advice or any information about your rate : tKt wtfi

t' and is located at 120 Bridge leaving they entered into a compact ready," her mother said. darkening Irs.rmitage horizon. was sitting near cost you nothing. THE SWIFT SPCCIflC CO., ATlANTA, GA<

' fctreet. that the one who complained of any- The girl rose and went through; the Garst, beautiful In her soft white flan
i' halL Inside the door
paused. lookIng --
nel suit After half hour'ssailing
yachting an
Chambers Lake thing they had to eat would have to with
r Mr. Ben 0 Orange darkening eyes at the man Gertrude crossed to where Jack

brother of Sf essrs. W.: J. and II. S. do the cooking for the ensuing week who lay full length In the hammock.The Clifford sat at the helm thus bringing MISSING
slight clash of the screen as be8tf'Pped WORD CONTEST.
himself. herself on Caret's other side.
[! Chambers, of this city, is spending outside
caused him to turn. "Do back," she to
t. put whispered
Sunday in town. One day there was some pie broughtto He sprang up at once and toward "
Clifford. "We to have
are going a
[ i the table more villainous than anything her showing a strong clean shaven squall and a bad one" | fl PRIZES I Offered For

Miss Irma Goodyear, who was one they ever had to contend with. face and a figure singularly muscularin After a critical glance at the sky -

"Fe of the delegates to the Epworth spite of the fact that be walked Jack put the boat's head around. But The Correct Solution
The humorist of the crowd said to with a slight limp.
he did cold which
even as so a
League convention at Kissimmee, returned the dispeptic:"What do you think "It Is heavenly here after even a was the foreboding of coming ill. shiv-

home Saturday. I of that pie?" day in town" he said. "I have Just ered over them. Gertrude drew her Tropical Manufacturing Co. manufacture
been :
---- thinking that the most marvelous -
breath hard. She
alone knew what the
Mr E. C. Welsh, president of the To this the latter responded. "I chan l's in our lives come when wind would be when It struck them. of the great health drink M I I ETTQ, wilt

think it is the most miserable stuffI we least expect them. I wonder If if she had received ,
\ Northern & Southern LumberCom- Suddenly as a
you know what this summer has beento a.l prizes. The all.
mortal blow the pay contest to
r pang at Cornell, was doing businessin ever saw in all my life-but thenI mer l Widgeon went over- open
over until her mainsail 'lay almost level
like it. lie was looking into I It's free to You.
Ocala yesterday.Mr gravely her on the water. With a horrible hungry
To those eyes, and the color mounted to her tem-
J -- incapable of "reading between suggestive hiss the seas rose over the
i. M. :\[. Little returned home ples.
the lines," eve want to combings of the hatchway.Too .
say "Stephen the fish is getting cold." FIRST
r terrified to the PRIZE.
Saturday from Kissimmee where she scream women
there is a moral to this and that his cousin called
story, impatiently and Ger-
t attended held their breath clinging for dear life
the Epworth League convention moral is: "Take your medicine!" trude went quickly Into the house.In to whatever they could hold on by. I The first one sei ding ii) the correct answer we will tin a =

r; of the Methodist church. The doctor has prescribed it and it ise to compliance Jack Clifford with she a previous went with prom-him shoulder.Mrs. Armitage flung herseiron Garst'a i beautiful life size picture if) gilt frame a titled "Perire";

f'If- The Epworth League convention, will do you good. after supper to see the sunset from a "Stephen! Save me!" Thi picture 'a symbolical! of Me*to the great hith{ rfrmk a+**.* *r<..<} .

\ which met in Kissimmee during the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward will hill near by. When they were seatedon But in that moment when death nil HIM! contains n
.. a bowlder watching/ the vast sweepof To the next .', . . ...
seemed them he
week pabt, voted unanimously t f to hold be "Captain of the pinaforte and a ocean and crimsoning sky she turned upon was not even ii .. .. "R . ** . ......**..1. li.Hr.It' .
of her His
aware presence. arm went u.. ,, 211 . Hrt. ..
the convention next at Ocala' blamed good captain too.-Jackson- suddenly to her companion. J j ...
around the girl at his side and drew
. yule Floridian. "Why is Mr. Garst lame?" she asked U" It.p, . . I t4r44a t....... ....
her close his lips Crushing her cheek
ently. .
General Robert Bullock, member oft -- while her damp hair blew against his 1.

The Official Figures. "Well. I suppose It won't do any face. Gertrude scarcely cared whetherIt ....................Y '
the h&te executive committee, and harm to tell Jack
.' The following are the figures of the you hesitated was life or death. People ....r..Kuo\v a (iOtt.I.! ........\Vh '* Ttwy..h AM.
Mr. R. B. Bullock returned home state and congressional executive "though we never speak of It when he Then she suddenly wrenched herself

: Saturday from the committee meet committees: Is present. His leg was crushed In a free and flung her weight upon the Users of . .......In. . Gm\...........*>MHMHCut .. .. .. .._
railway accident trying to the
save --- --- --- ----- -- -
' For United States Senator. tiller putting it hard to port for Jack's IU 1
ing at Jacksonville girl to whom he was engaged.
James P. Taliaferro :,. .. 24,056 "Did he save her?" amateur skill seemed to have deserted the out out this coui +u till I i *".__....... .
in whole!
! him. The Widgeon came round, shud ;
Mr. Chas. Braddock's little 8 year John X. C. Stockton .... ..:: 20,695 "Yes." to makeun apprnpr'a'e ten <
dering into the wind and lay like a
daughter fell off of a log wagon at I ''Then why were they not married?" frightened thing with flapping sails teutencadvertising Metiit I''P. <*,.._. ...._.
, Taliaferro's majority j"0b. she threw him over for a man iid mail tt the !
3,361 while the squall raced by.
Hague Saturday and was instantly For Governor. twice his age and'tbe trifling adjunctof Tropical Mfg. Co. (. tt'y. Slei.. ..........
"I think we owe our lives to you
killed. The remains were brought to Napoleon B. Broward . . 22,979 $3OUO.OOOr Miss Woodford." One of the women Jacksonville. "J.9Iidll.

this city for burial Sunday. Robert W. Davis . . . ?:,265 sharply.Gertrude Woodford drew her breath from the Ocean View approached Gertrude R-iieml>t-r the first 101 t-.rr-..-( aur rtH f| f- *k. pr. *.t. t r.

when they were safely landed on your answers at once to th-
"She tried to stuff it down
William Camp, jr., returned home Broward's majority Stephen'stbroat the wharf but Garst drew her aside.
714For that she was sacificing herselfto
Saturday afternoon from White Secretary of State. save her father from financial ruin "Sweetheart!" His voice vibrated as TROPICAL MANUFACTURING COMP HY. t
he bent over her.Mrs. .
Springs, where he has been spending H. Clay Crawford .. .. . 21,871 and I think be believed her," Jack
Armitage turned to look after
r. several weeks with his uncle, Dr. B. James E. Broome . : . 16,752 went on. "Then she attempted a I them lifting an end of her bedraggled 14 W. dOllS) St. Jacksonville m
platonic correspondence with him after
F. flannel skirt
Camp. Crawford's her marriage, but he would have r
majority "
5,119 'Vel). she said slowly "for nerve -- -
For none of It All the same I don't believe
Congress 2nd District. give me native!"
Mrs Trusten P. a

hon, of Drake's Point, who and stoppedover infant Frank Clark . . . . 9,506 Anyway he,has he could ever not quite do forgotten so now, even her. ..- ......................e.

James M. Bam . .. . 7,330 if he would." The New Anthem.
in Ocala for a short visit with "What do you mean?" I It was a new anthem, composed by I (Pal Goods Delivered free. Write for Price Lit. .

Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker, have Clark's majority 2,476 44 'For she is come, for she Is here,' the village organist and this was Its

gone on to New Hampshire to spend as Jean Ingelow says in 'The Letter effect: The soprano started off with I
Report cf the Condition of 1.: the very laudable though rather star .

the summar. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK "Here?" tling' announcement, "I will wash. .

"Yes at the Straightway the alto not to be outdone .
Of OfHinAt View. I saw her
Mr. Josh .
Andrews, formerly an declared she would wash. And
Ocala. Florida, at the close on the piazza tonight as I came up -
Ocala citizen is in the city and will iness June 9 of bus- from the train. Handsomer than e"' the tenor, finding it to be the thing, \ I V
warbled forth he would wash. Then
remain here a week or ten days, Jove! Tall woman with bronze .. n )
hair. the deep chested basso; as though calling -

when he will leave for Europe for a RESOURCES.Loans "Bronzed up all hIs fortitude.for the plunge .
;you mean. I saw her ar I
visit to his old home. Mr. Andrews Overdrafts and discounts .... ........ S; .1s2.s3 rive this morning: Gertrude said cold- bellowed forth the stern resolve that 4I
secured and unsecured _.. he also would wash. Next short interlude
187-25 a -
has been spending the past several U.S. bonds to secure circulation ly. .
Premiums U. S. bonds... ..... ... .. 12.500.00? '"The old I on the organ, strongly suggestive -
months In Arkansas. Bonds, securities etc. ...-.... ......... 5 643 7343 3* man very considerately of the escaping of steam or splash .
Furniture and fixtures ... .. 'shuffled off this mortal coil' two ;years
Due from national banks [not'" 55442 ,, of the waves after which the cholr.)ndlvidually -
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Inglis and agents] .... ., .reserve........ 13.040.85 ago,, leaving"her complete mistress of and collectively, assertedthe I I
Due from state banks and bankers... his millions Jack rambled on. "My ,
Due from 4.01623 firm, unshaken resolve that r -
Mrs. Inglis' sister approved they -
Miss Thomas, were reserveagents: si.W own opinion is that this
alighting next
Checks and othercash Items.......... would wash. At last they solved the .
in Ocala for a short while Saturday Notes of other national banks ... .... 950 door to where she knew Stephen was I <
50000 <
Fractional paper currency, nickels problem by stating that they proposedto .
: staying in the
morning. They were on their and cents .. ... .._. ... subdued attractiveness "wash their hands In Innocency." :
? 50.00
wayto Lawful money reserve in of second mourning! is the beginning of .
their home in Jacksonville bank viz.: specie...... $146.00 the end. V pdi $ I :
from a Legal tender notes............. 6,969.mRedemption You should have seen him NelaoD'. M.hlc p.Not It
start when he saw her tea hotel f fc
Visit their
to on
bungalow -
at Port
In fund with I". S. treasury 9,015.00 piazza tonight long after the battle of the Nile *
[S per cent of circulation .. Nelson
gUj. ) V 625.00 Gertrude rose quickly. Invited Dr. Burney to stay with I

Total .... .. ..-. .. .... ..........Ji4S.ij6.J4 "How cold It is up here. she said him at his house In Merton. Dr. Bur-
Acute Rheumatism. LIABILITIES "ney was both a composer of music and I- s -
with a shiver. "Let us get back to the .
Deep teareng or wrenching pains Capital Undivided stock profits paid in less expensss.and} 50,000.00 house." a writer of books on musical subjects .

fHV&nloned taxes .. ........ .... and was on terms ot'friendship with
by getting wet through; paid. ..... S A group from the summer hotels and
National bank note outstanding ooo all thereat men of the day. Baring I
wore when at rest or on first moving Individual deposits subject to check.. 84,657.63 t25 cottages was standing near Mrs. Wood: forgotten to bring with I

the limbs and in cold cr damp weather Demand certificates of deposits....... 100.00 lord's house watching the sunset when he a nightcap him .

I is cured and '
cap Corn !:.9D. "Ihr "
-- passed on but Jack Clifford detained (eye $1J..
Liniment Oscar Oleson. Gibson 4pt4e. seed .
City, of Florida. sat down to read his
lu' I as was habit but !,G0to$10').
llllonla, writes Feb. 16, 1902: "A County:of Marion.) her. Unwilling as she was, she had to was'soon surprised 'to find the In Kentucky Pride n-. I1.", .., k ,., II .: I
I,F. L. Watson,cashier of the above submit to an introduction cap Send Pt.+tolllce
named to Mrs. or Eap
(tee. M..r acrd .
year ago I was troubled with a pain bank do solemnly Sweat that the above state mitage flames. These he pat out at once, and ,.. : ,
ment is true to the best of Stephen Caret's former fiancee
in my back. It soon got so bad I belief. my knowledge and then gathering the remains sent them
F. L. WATSON, The latter turned to her
Cashier. at witha
could not bead over. One bottle Correct-Attest: GEO. MAc tv.- once to Nelson with these lines: 80 WEN
ot R. L.ANDERSON, scrutinizing look. The girl was too Take I & MPANY. I
,lUllard'a snow Liniment cured me." CEO. H. FORD. pretty not to be dangerous. I your desire.I nightcap. again, my good lord. V

S5o, 60c, $1.00. Lold by Anti-Momo- Subscribed and sworn to before me this Director 14th day "It is beautiful here In these late would not retain It a minute. .,

pololy Drug Store. tot of[SEAL Jan*}. 1904. SIDNEY E. KILLER. summer weeks" she drawled. What belongs. to a Nelson. wherever I HO F. BAY lIT., JA('Chf1 \ 1hJ,1'' tt 1 If
Notary fire
Public. 1 think it beautiful at all times. Tit I(
Ts sure to be instantly In It. J ...... .. .-..

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The paper "Of the People: tor the People arid by the People."


SIBS ELIZABETH EA 313, Lceal Elite I THE FLORIDA EDITORS I BOWLING CONTEST. I LINDNER-HARRIS. nmmmrnr wwwiinif", ? ", ,,lf',t, Mwwtttwiifttfnfi I, ;

AT TH: WORLD'S f9111.1 -
Iwo Popular Young People to 8*
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOM First Contest at the Bowling Alley NOTICE !
.. *- v.t Married at-Anthony to-Day. I
They Receive Handsome Treatment. Quite a.Success. .
From Wednesday's Daily.
Beat painting and papering is done Last the bowling contest .. ,"
Given a Dinner Among the CeC uds. night !
by Sternberger. 6 24 of At ten o'clock this morning at the E To The Public
What Was Seen en the Route. which was given for the benefit :

Hon. H. L. Anderson and Hon. 0. Special Correspondence Ocla Banner. the Marion County Hospital took home of the bride's parents, Dr. and S This is to notify our Customers and the MJte .
Mrs. C. W. Lindner their
T. Green, promine"nt lawyers were in I St. Louis, June 21, 1904. The Flor place. Twenty-five cents admissionfee daughter, Miss Blanche, Lindner only will generally that we have no other store in Ocala than 3 '

Jacksonville yesterday. ida editors, with their wives, daughters was charged and $6.5o was raised
the B9STON
I #
be married to Mr Thomas Ewing FiE on Opera /# EI .
vUitto O.-aU of Dr E. T. sons and invited guests, arrivedin I for this worthy purpose for which }
The nest : Harris, of Valdosta, Ga. corner. Information comes to us that certain &ihtr Ei
Allen, tht' t't, mr, u *e laud throat St. Louis Saturday night at eleven the proprietors of the alley, Messrs.
The wedding will be a very quietone g business houses in the city are telling our friend
Kurxtou of Tutu pa will be Thursday o'clock, four hours late. The cause Chambers and Haley are to be highly

July 28'; MimiMUfim huh.1 of the delay was the fact that a good commended. only the bride's family and a :: that theIr's illS a branch of The Boston Store, a&f a '

Largest block of wall paper in Mar- many of the gentlemen of the party There were five contestants on few special friends will be present. S dollar spent here is the same as spending it a( the i
The bride is attractive and
ion county. J. Starr Sternberger, got off at Lexington, Ky., to take a each side, composed of the following a very and is well main store." This is unfair to us, and we take this 3 ;

Ocala Fla. 6 24 viz Side No. 1.Iessrs.:: popular young lady quite
gentlemen, :
stroll. Being so charmed with every-
known in Ocala and in many placesin informing the public that THERE IS Nil 3 +
Mr. S. V. Duke, of Dunnellon, thing they saw they lost track of Bull, Beckham, Carlisle, Spencer and ;
the state where she has visited.Mr. BRANCH OETHE = 3
In Ocala yesterday. He was on the flight of time and when they returned Haley. Side No. 2. Knight, Wer-
was Harris is from Citra and
his way for visit to his former home to the depot imagine their thein, Anderson, Sistrunk and Cham- originally i BOSTON g I IA
quite a number of years age lived in STORE
had bers.
at Gainesville. I dismay to find that their train
this city. He has relatives here anda
actually off without them. The contest consisted of three
Messrs. Herny W. Long and Sam- gone host of friends who will be inter : DOLLAR SPENT HERE MEANS A DOLLAR IH VALUES,
and the side the
They had to remain Lexington until games having
uel R. Pyles returned yesterday from ested in the announcement of this I :- j

r attending the good roads:: convention the next train and we that were not largest After total adding winning.the it marriage. I .,I 11jl1jl1jl1jlljl'jl1jll I I I !11jl1 I ll1Jl1l1'll'jilll1' l'jl'I"Jl\'IJ'l'lt1l1' \' J
left had to be side tracked at Louis- up was
Mr. Harris now holds
L at Tampa. a responsible
ville and await their arrival. While found that side No. 2 had won by a _. .
-------- -- ---- -
with the G. S. & F.
an position railwayat
Let us give estimate on waiting at Lexington the gentlemen score of 2,363 to 2,307. I

J. Starr Stern- Valdosta, where he is very popu- $2.50 Value $2 50 Vlu'
E painting your house. visited the racing stables and were The following is the score by game;
6 2* lar. I
berger. ----- much impressed with the beautiful Side :No. 1. $1.50. $1.50.
f Bull Mr. and Mrs. Harris will leave immediately -
and 135, 176, 151.
Mrs. C. S. Cullen and children horses that make Kentucky famous.
Beckham, 1S5, 147, 111. over the Seaboard for Val-
Mrs. Cullen's sister, Miss Miriam Among those who were caught 'mil They're All Sold
Carlisle, 123, 133, 168. dosta where they will reside, and in a
Pasteur, will go to Seabreeze todayto I "napping" was Frank Harris, jr, I Spencer, US, 127, 1S5. We Willell A Line ofLADIES'
weeks visit the Louis
few will St. ex:
remain during the summer months. The entire trip from Jacksonvilleto Haley, 170, 203, 170. .

St. Louis over the Southern rail- Side No. 2. position.The $2.50
Ocala's unique and picturesque Ocala Banner wishes these
way was a delightful jone. :Mr. J. C. Knight, 205, 146, 165.
celebration of the fourth of July is Wertheim young people a very bright and hap-
207, 168, 166.
of Jacksonville, the young and
going to bring more people here than handsome division passenger agent Anderson, 119, 143, 154. py wedded life. OXFORDS AT $1.50An
There'llbe Sistrunk 142 139 135.
Barnum's circus could hold. I
of the Southern, accompanied us as. Chambers, 188, 1-19, 137. The Melon Fete.
bushels of fun to every square I i
far as Chattanooga, and did every- : Good- I The Episcopal Rectory on Ockla- Klegint 1 Line to Select
of Spirits.
inch space. thing in his power to administer to Good spirits don't all come from waha avenue Wednesday afternoon From If You Call .:arl)'.

k Allen Love, a colored man living our pleasure and comfort. Every- Kentucky. Their main source is the was the scene of a very novel and

L near the Marion Farms, was arrested body was delighted with him and it liver, and the fine spirits ever madein interesting affair. It was a melon W. J. CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY

I some days ago supposed to haves goes for the saying that hereafter the the Blue Grass state could not rem- fete given under the auspices of the

been implicated in the murder of William : Florida editors (and particularly, we edy a bad liver or the hundredandone Ocala Band Mercy, which is per- ---- --
I ill effects it produces. You can'thave
Ruth and was detained for several might add, the young ladies) will good spirits and a bad liver at sonally supervised by Miss Emily Speciai Sale Sowing; Machines

days and put through a thorough always travel over the Southern the same time. Your liver must be Tathum. -- -- -- -

investigation, but there was not sufficient when it is possible to do so. in fine condition if you would feel The fete was planned byIiss "'c hate large iiiiiulH'ror Setting Miu-hlnt Item tifttrbrrttHMMl
-Mime, but little--that we nil* cl<.M out Ml ItnrxMlti IrnrwTnese
evidence to hold him and was Friday was spent on Lookout moun- buoyant, happy and hopeful, brightof Tathum and her ideas were all beauti- machines liute been thoroughly turrit ttulri by .,.

given his freedom yesterday. Love tain and the mountain scenery certainly eye, light of step, vigorous and fully carried out. A large number of perieucetl workmen and all worn purls replarefl rind iH tle' it* '"
I successful in your pursuits. You can good an new for *, en'lee. IaIekrutteltlut: l. a was represented by Mr. Jesse Miller.A was atreat to us Florida crackers put your liver in fine condition by us- children were present and they spenta guaranteed do Iu'rft.tork before It leaie OMr nl..ri*. tea

most of whom before I be seen, and tried, II denlred.We .
never sawa Green's Flower the afternoon.

't) party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. ing August merry will ell thee iiiaelilueM wry low for ....*... I'rlcf rUM
W. J. mountain, I will not attempt to describe greatest of all medicines for the liver There was an abundant supply of from >$l 00 101 12 OO,tend each I* ti bargain ni the isle
and Mrs. !
W. W. Clyatt, 'I its beauties, as I should need a and stomach and a certain cure for delicious cool watermelons, which We are agent+ for the celebrated M>ew Hume and "hrrlr
Chambers, and Dr. and Mrs. A. L. dyspepsia or indigestion. It has beena .hA'ilson"icwlugMnehines-wllh tar wlllioul ')iiff...*hole fit*
pen that has been dipped into the were served from large tables on the taelunent.GrapuophoneM.
Idar went to Palatka yesterday via favorate household remedy for over and record.. .\ [IrapbapltourandIIRerneda
rainbows of heaven to
k the Silver Springs and Ocklawaha fitly portray thirty five years. August Flower will lawn. for 8 .(W. Furniture and lloue FimiUtilMg 14owl Hi

F them. make your liver healthy and active Messrs. C. L. Bittinger, B. A. "YMIT1IV Sleeialallrntlontonanfl order,
river all water route. They will return -
Our entire party were entertained and thus insure you a liberal supplyof Weathers and H. A. Daniel, with the Ocala Furniture Company
L. train
on the A. C. today. "
at dinner Mr. Gibson "good spirits. Trial size,25c; regular -
i by proprietor regulation cook apron and cap were
i This is a trip well worth taking and bottles,75c. For sale at Anti-
of the Lookout Inn, which is a delightful veritable "chefs" and carved the -- ,
i it is surprising how few Ocalians take Monopoly Drug Store. m

advantage of the opportunity here hotel, crowning the very ----- melons to the queen's own taste. In PHONE 34. WATCH FOR THE BLUE WAGON. PHONE 34.

summit of the mountain. There are Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch this capacity these gentlemen are uneicelled. -
I. presented for a few day's outing. 1
l present about four hundred guestsat The following is the cast for the W r arl' hrrparrd, .n turd

The Marion Concert Band have the hotel and they are certainly play, "Mrs. Wiggs of the. Cabbage Misses Miriam Pasteur, Georgia OCALA nb.h OCAlA

; decided not to enter the contest at enjoying life to the fullest extent at Patch," to be given under the I Smith, Mary Little, Emily Ford, -
t St. Louis exposition on account of the this elegant resort. Mr. Lusk left us auspices of the ladies of the Episco- Meta Jewett"and Esther Weathews I. ICE Ii IO-r:71:

i l rules requiring low pitch instruments at Chattanooga, much to our regret, pal church in the near future: dressed a la bonne were extremely \ PICKING

I to be used. The boys feel a delicacyin and for the rest of the way here, Mrs. Wiggs, Mrs. S. G. Moyers. fetching and saw that everybody was COMPANY.lsdnt .
COMP8NY. On 'Ion u'ul4e It laDY
Jimmie Zewadski.
!' asking the citizens to furnish them President McBeath and Secretary Lebie Emmett Guy Robinson. well supplied with melon. They city or rtnlrI

s i with a new outfit for the occasion Appleyard looked after our pleasure. Asia Sue Anderson. were ably assisted by two lfttle under

t f which would entail an expense of at Don't tell it, but Ma. Appleyard was Australia Pauline Sullivan. maids, Christine Little and Dorothy PHONE .34 WATCH.FOR THE BLUE 1 WAGOI. PHONE 34.S .

[ least $800. Howerever, don't forget among the "innocents" who were Europe Rose Budd Robinson. Schreiber. The scullions, Brantley I __ II,
-cc--------:: -
I. the concert to be given tonight at left at Lexington.The Miss Olcott Jessie Palmer. Weathers, Donald Schreiber and

-i the band stand in the courthouse union depot here is very mag- Robert. Hazy Redding Neil Meta Weathers.Mrs. Jewett.. Selwyn Little performed their dutiesin .........HH

r and show the nificent, it being regarded as the
square. Everybody go Cris Thayer Neuman. a most acceptable manner. .

boys that their efforts to have a first finest in the world. Pete Ben Todd. Besides the melons, lemonade and Wek<*f) a hell Moel44

. i, class band is being appreciated. From the depot we went imme- cake was served and no one was allowed LOOK FOR
Te Organize a Logde of the Wood 1
-- diately to the Christian Endeavor old tae
The Fraternal Union of America men of the World. tojgo hungry. : THE SEAL J
hotel where have head-
There was a prize of a watermelon
Messrs. R. R. Carroll, J. G.
met in regular session Tuesday night Spur- Old VelvetS
quarters.The offered for the one who could I
lin Marcus Frank W. H. guess
I. at Yonge's hall and the annual election hotel is a for Lipscomb,
temporary one,
t. the belle of Ocala, which was won by
with the M. Rubin and others went down to
: of officers took place use only during the exposition. It is Old ScBrayir! j
Paul Weathers who dinner S
guessed a
Dunnellon and last
yesterday night
l following result: W. L. Sewett, pleasantly situated near the grounds, lint j

master G.R.Blake,justice I organized a lodge of the Woodmenof ;: I
fraternal ; ; the service is good and everybody is bell.Quite : Mark Rogers,
the World.They a number of grown people -
E. C. Smith i-
Jake Brown, protector; comfortable. .
were also present and enjoyed them- -
received 4
elegant treatmentand
truth C. L. Bittinger, mercy; R. E. Old Charter
; Sunday was spent by some in goingto ,
selves much did the .
equally as as
had a rare good time.
H. A. Waterman
Yonge guide; the various beautiful churches and
children. Miss Tathum, by her pres- .
guard; G. L. Taylor, sentinel; E. L. in !driving and riding over the city, That Throbbing "ud Ch. Mt Vernon,
and greetings to .
ence kindly -
everyone 4S I
and H. C. Would quickly leave if
Ray, Z. C. Chamblisss seeing old friends, etc. you, you '
added much to the aft- S
pleasure "
used Dr Kiug'sN'ew Life Pill. Thou -
Jones, stewards. The new officers To-day the editors will begin seeingthe !' Cascade and
sands of sufferers have proved their ernoon. I
will be installed the third Tuesday in
"fair" in earnest. The whole
matchless merit for trick and Nervous
The proceeds of this entertainment .
July, at which time there will be week will be given up to sight seeing Headaches. They make pure blood will be used in the Band of Mercy .1 I Other High'

given one of this lodge's delightful and the "Pike" will certainly be the and build up your health. Only 25 .
work. This society is splendidone
cents back if not cured. Sold very
socials. most in the money Grade Whlskl
popular place grounds.V. ty Tydings & d. Druggist., and Miss Tathum in her effortsto .,.

, Last night Mrs. J. P. Hilburn H. i build it should have the
k Leap Year Dance. up 1 Headquarten for
entertained her Sunday Scoool class Married at ColumbiaDr. of citizens.
encouragement our t tI
The ladies of the younger contin-
most happily. It was at first proposed Harry C. Dozier and Miss Olga The children are very greatly inter- Anheuser-Bush Beer
gent gave a very delightful dance at : ,
'; Dee, of Vere united in
to drive out to Silver Springs Philadelphia, ested in the band and everything pos-
the Wednesday night. The
late in the afternoon and have supper marriage Tuesday night at Columbia. sible is being done to keep them inter- Bottle and DraughtWrite i
dance was a leap year affair, the
there, spend several hours and S, C., where Dr. Dozier is practicinghis ested and much good is the result of
girls getting it up, visiting their
return by the light of; the moon. But profession.This labors. 1
escorts and calling for them. their : for price list. Jug Trade a Specialty. We
on account of the threatening weatherthe announcement will come as a
Mr. Leon Fishel furnished the want trade and will guarantee to give MtfefecttufiOCLA
party went to Mrs. Hilburn's surprise to the groom's Ocala friendsas I Thrown From a Wagon. your
music and the young folks had a
home and all enjoyed,, a delightful it was not thought the marriage Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown

t supper and later in the evening drove would take place until this fall. warm jolly evening weather.Mr. ,. despite the rather from his wagon and severely bruised.He i ] HOUSE WINE ROOMS;

? out in the bus to the Springs. They Dr. and Mrs. Dozier are spending a applied Chamberlain's Pain
Balm freely) and says it is the best liniment -
all enjoyed themselves immensely and few days at Camden, X. J., after J. F. Lockhart, of St. Peters- OCALA FLORID
he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a 1

are Indebted to their teacher for an which they will be at home at- Colum- burd, formerly of this city, came up well known citizen of North Plaia, :-

unusually pleasant time. bia. yesterday to spend a few days. Conn.

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"JEFfERSONlflN SIMPLICITY." "Behold I have nothing. The "candidate States? Would it not raise its hands What Jennings Would Do
I goes to his constitu.ents1th aloft in horror and with a cry like Asked what he -would do in the

nothing in his pockets, everything in that of the Greek ghost in Homer,
From Address, of Robert B. Roosevelt event of the death of one of the senators -
TAIL mSIS, Editor. his heart and mind. I can trust you fly to the land of departed spirits and : Back

P. 7. Lemsziai, Bisiaess Manager, Before the Thirteen Club to give me what I need and to supplymy be seen no more? I am afraid that from Florida during a recess be- Hump

-- of Now 'York City. wants, but I am going further. only one mortuary motto can be tween sessions of the legislature if the

There they may not know me so well placed over its respected remains, Florida constitution contained the \} SCOTT two ....! .a. a
The days of Jeffersonian.simplicity
nor be as generous as )"ou." and all that can be said in closing is: same the hump but tiraijM.a are over. I have a sympathy with' Thereupon a collection was taken "Hie jacet! Requiescat in pace!" provisions as Pennsylvania 't a short k J (taj M It fc4i 16ft Wt I
them. Not alone in politics, but in constitution Governor Jennings and heals &ttut& lout .ed ii .*.*{
he made
up for him, and rapid pro- --- ----- *
temperament a democrat, I have pre Editors that tM few (tMtJM manna .! ru ruy M
gress in his canvass. It even looked The in Jacksonville. replied he would "follow the fs rideu aM MN

ferred plain ways,the cheap coat, the as though simplicity was going to win, Jacksonville-last week-If Governor constitution.", i faI4! ...t.aaanplla......
man in the cheap coat if he is a better 5r.'OTf a ItQw N&" 1.1..iw,

and brighter' man, than the one in until one day his rival was seen rid- Jennings could have been in It looks to us like the answer is a.. 1w4's Purl sad 51..1 k,... a1 rtrsMlda!taw,....
ing into town on the top of a load of I
the dear coat. I like to walk on my i Jacksonville when the Florida Press play to the galleries and is not a .
manure. i! .
two independent feet rather than be Association met there June 13 14,15 clever full, explicit nor sufficient -
"This," he exclaimed, Hove; I love j I .: -
--- -
and '
cramped in the grand imposing
the smell of it. I love to see it. It j I and 16, he would have found an addition answer.
carriage with two men on the box. I Who it IiMf Cr..f
Mrrro: THE BANNEI., BELIEVING is the food of the earth. It supplies I to his menagarie that, for a man The wire to the governor seems to
would not even care to change my Vote for for T.. .
me Wiatva ...
TBOfil AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO life to us all. Without it where
imply what would be his
plain old-fashioned residence for the who loved animals as well as he pro- constructionof
TIKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS would you and I, my dear consititu- ator and therebyof riibsYe' ... ,..ea.,
most gorgeous modern palace facingthe fessed to do while traveling around that particular provision of thePennsylvania
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES ents, be?" the TiJH*.*lT'''. Tt1Th .
Central park or crowning the constitution.All .
during the campaign with what he
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE Riverside drive. My French paper my authority for J. N. C. 8w.1i1oR. Me ...',
MID ITS TIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR these anecdotes, tells me that this termed his political "menagarie," ; officers are supposed to "followthe
But I am far from quarreling with elected and the p'., e>t .... t'Mi.' .
TQX BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE last candidate won, that his simplicitywas would have made even the governor'seyes constitution" providing they can
the man who thinks and feels otherwise Union wasn't n'mk' ..i l. s. ...
of and
$OTTOL-, a more positive taking is be made to it in the
and sometimes I have had water. The associatien, it see same light
kind. eating crow.
doubts about the sincerity of the sim true, did not have a full representation and place the same interpretationupon
FRIDAY JUSE 241\(-4 ---- -
This is the all
plicity of which we have heard so money"age. "In thy out, but most of its main attrac- it.Following. I have always a tnrrM1s.
-- getting, get I saw a noticein
much. Was there not a little too muchin money.
DEMOCRATICTICKET. I the papers of a bank whose officers tions were there and all of the mo- the constitution is one but I believe tM d.rl.eerall. trbulr.'
the riding up to the capitol, hitch-
ing the horse to a post and steppingin dismissed any employe who marriedon tions were gone through with, even thing and construing its provisions is !! at the next ebl4o wcwU b. Ml.

United States senator to the courtroom to take the oathof a salary less than a thousand dollars hough the crowd was small and the another. cellent thing for tlw ClIIIL j-y. Wb t

JAMES P.TAUAFERHO. office? Is there any special virtue J a year. They feared to trust himif program was smaller. Governor Jennings further said: I we need at the .h4 of alnr .....

Member Congress ist District or superiority in wearing old clothes? marriage.he gave In himself the days to of the-simplicity perils of There was Tom McBeaththanwhom "I have formed a habit of obeingthe republic U a man &t eaton, tNboul
have in
our people
STEPHEN M. SPAR AN. grown a salary of one thousand dollars was a more scholarly gentlemenand command of the people as expressed judgment, a man who h Billi III 1IItIa
dignity; possibly this dignity may
above the of salanes and the wholesouled fellow in the constitution which is self who .
Presidential: Electors verge on pomposity; but would our average cempanionable i founded a man e.iy R a*11 tW-

H.P. BAILEY.zA.JENNINGS.. citizens approve if the chief magis- happiest years of a man's life were the whole state does not possess, upon patriotism, and not the command elusion after th Mod earl ....
those of self-sacrifice crowned the
trate of this great and powerful nation by secretary "Tommus" Appleyard, of the trusts, as expressed by sideration. What I HMMI hi film ..
J. C. B. KOONCB. love that is all of heaven and most of
A. B. NEWTON were today to so disregard the God. without whom the Florida Press As- their paid captains, controlled by a need a man who k **!.. .\ .. ilta/n

F.B. STONEMAN ordinary proprieties and amenities as i sociation could not possibly be run- spirit of selfish commercialism." i fs a sane wan.-I>... ". t. i
to follow these examples? It seems i It is said that Americans worship I

dollars. American dollars a fact which the boys freely justifiedby
like his enemies are wor-
sacrilege, accused -
Governor The Platform. The miiHooair, H. X. Phet. wlw
NAPOLEON B. BRO 'ARD. this great man-Thomas Jeffer- shipped everywhere, and far more re-electing him for the sixteenth
The democrats are in a position to tied up a large emtftto" t1a biuM
abroad than at home. make
son-for he They an
great was beyond question consecutive time; Tatum, of the Mi

Secretary of State -of being something too much ofa open path for the newest of the new, Metropolis, who persists not onlyin write the most eloquent platform that of a hypotbekttl I...... Bltael. ., whb ..

HCLAYCRAWFOKD."ttorney.Gea mere politician in setting his ways right into the very heart of the high- has ever been prepared since the republic cannot possibly h* bora tar a ltttualN,
getting out one of the"ery best
conspicuously against the el! est realms of English aristocracy, was founded. of
gan- Favoritism, con- yean to MMB! baohM Mi NrrMtr
raI cies of Hamilton, his chief opponent, and to the feet of the very throne it- dailies in the state but who also per-
tempt for the constitution, usurpationof defeated by the New Y.t ..
WILLUM H.ELLISComptroller who came over here with all the self. They buy the possessors of the sists in printing it on book paper; the IIIII'h.

legislative power by the executive, courtSltlinJfMIIId, t*-.t ReNibh-'
French and most sacred titles all over Europe !
finicky piceities proprieties youthful Ira J. Gore of the St.

of his mother's race. when one of our rich girls takes a graft in the management of the White can. ,
Petersburg Sun, who carries around -
There is no reason for not giving fancy to be called a duchess or a House, monumental extravagance
Expert that ...
with him one of those "smiles that say .,IlL a
him credit for sincerity. The world princess.In encouragement to trusts violationsof
State Treasurerw1Lr.ILM great ddioaey HIli elate tot ttti. iu
won't come off Philip Isaacs of the
; ,
moves and has kept on moving.Riches literature who ever had the
: V. KNOrr.Superintendent treaty obligations i
disregard of the
accumulate and manners pleasure of entering into the sacred Ft. Myers Press who has never been become as iniutor a. ... yillttI-I .

of Public Instruction change. The[stage coach has given and blessed precincts of darling Bo- known to miss an association meet- law, degradation of civil service reform orange or I.*.*.*.. FlarMa... ma.

W. M. HOLLOWAY. way to the railroad car, the slowgoing hemia can ever forget it? There was ing; Frank Harris, the "Ocala Ed- and an apotheosis of the spoils yet pasawd hr A B("'I to ... mtir

sailing ship to the palatial steam- simplicity, the simplicity of intellect, itor," who looks just as wise as he system all furnish material from of delidowi fniito Uuu .... wtt trwt#

Commissioner Agriculture boat, and the horse and wagon to the the equality of man and man, the con- which a most effective platform can
wally IMo th. mrelrl. err
' B. E.M'LI N. automobile. And the world now cert of mind with mind. It, too, has i writes and who impresses one per- be built for the democratic party. It the worhl.

travels in the railroad car, the steamer passed away, and now the scribes and sonally with being every whit the

Railroad Commissioner= the automobile whenever it can. Pharisees of the press and the pen philosopher that his editorial pages is the democracy that must write this "Now that the pitadss

JOHN L. MORGAN. Our ancestors would have done so if think only of salary and accumulating platform through its chosen instruments M utlss
denote him to be; L. J. Brumby, some of IM will.bfv to tni
Court they could. fortunes. The simplicity of the and it must not yield to the urn

Justice six Years Simplicity in itself appeals to some days when few had a dollar and no whose commandidg presence attracts suspects who would betray it to the heads for MMfMihtof to M ap vW ."

R. iEN\VICK TAYLOR. natures; for instance simple life at one cared whether he had it or not. attention everywhere, but who reallyis Republican party.-Memphis Com- frankly eoflfw..**** the (.... .... 1

home. The great leader of New have passed on. Can anybody say not anything like so fierce as he I I crat. We WWW.1I.ut..llltH

Justice Supreme Court York society, Ward McAllister the this is altogether bad? Can we have mercialAppeal.The .
ROBERT: C'cIRELL.THOMASS.SHACKLEFORD" looks, and a score of others of the Wilson try watw mitem.Tltof tt*
unquestioned arbiter in the most diffi- better test than the to ac
any power Honored of the Earth.
state press who have and are giving plentiful just ww.- .. .
u. .
J. 8. WHITHELIs cult role that man can fill, that pertaining cumulate any better governmentthan s
Florida her commanding station in The men who should be most hon- Yes, and thy are ... '
to fashionable lifesaidthat ad- the wise self-interest of wealth? *a ... b/M

.. Rq.rcs .ntt&ive mission to the ranks of the sacred What do you propose to substitute- the business as well as the newspaper ored and who should receive the -

CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. Four Hundred was determined by one individual manhood? But when that world today.-F. L. Mays in Pensa- most attention at a Confederate re- Oc' a'. Fourth frf Jiffy p.ljfar r

ED. L. WARTMANN. fact-could the applicant seat thirty manhood can be purchased at two cola Journal. union are the men who bore the well mapped out ami M q afi i4 ek.

guests at dinner? Persons who are dollars a man-the regulation pricg -- .-. brunt of izen should help It al Mg.'
i war, who tramped in the
County Judge fond of would that i what does it deserve?
simplicity say respect The nomination of Mr. Napoleon -- --'--

ROBERT BULLOCK. thirty people at dinner constitute a Personally I do not like the change, Broward for governor of Florida carried weary marches, who dug the trenches I When Ocala g4. her I****** .tot wfi

Sheriff I rabble or mass meeting, or what is I prefer the old-fashioned way; but I with it the endorsement of the and stood in them to the last, who Improve her elclrfe pant awi k. ...

HENRY GORDON.. known as a public "banquet," instead am not weak and childlike enough to "incurable insanity divorce law." He fought without the incentive of officeor best lighted city to HwCh ......

: of a peaceful, sacred, perfect, private suppose that the world is going to voted for it and made an hour's fame and gave themselves to the

Clerk Circuit ourt function. But as our home palaces pause on account of my prejudices or speech in its favor.BABY cause without reward of any kind or mb.rUI.'. St........ ..4 liter ..,.

,$aIRON'r. SISTRJ K. grow grander and grander thirty going to stop getting rich because you
of it. lets Better than DIG" .
hope -Nashville Banner. a Prt
covers will be a trivial affair, and the and I, my hearers, don't know how, .

Tax Asses..or veriest simplicity of entertainmentand or being extravagent because we QUIRKQUICK IIr'II.aIr. ,
George W. Wilson
ALFRED AYER a seating capacity of at least one have not the means. In combina- I editor-in- :\ J. \V. Turnrr, of Truhar. ,...,

hundred required for admission to the tions of capital, in private life and chief of the Times-Union, outside of si}s that {'bamberlaip'e Htemarfc *..!

lax Collector holy of holies. public methods, is is the day of ex CURE the candidates themselves, was the Liver Tablets
1-:. 1.. CARNEY. I hive .ltt4ttt Wni row
I read of two French candidates
pansion.So hardest worked man in the
the position of deputy in their national primarycampaigns. K'uxl lh.u anything li. ..mM get fro* ,
in arts a picture will bring $-50- He was almost com-
Superintendent ol Public InstructionW. assembly. One went from place to the doctor. If xity |>hy.l !. ibis
I). CARN. 000 because the painter has an un- pletely worked down, and in order
place in the his Of Torturing Eczemaby to country wan nM to
country addressing r Hti|*Kjm| a m.4*
equaled reputation-only too often
steal few
a days rest and
quiet leaves
constituents and explaining the need icine that would' P. MUMI u"tt ratify

County Treasurer, which the nation'had of his services, worked up for him by his picture Cuticura this week by Clyde Line for N. Y. I fog result In .>...-r of ii4m.ffti Ifwripled .
THOMAS PASTECR.I dealer. In the days of simplicy $100 He will return home
and when he got through his addresses by the same I'Illousny.. i -tHt-tlpaiteM, hi.
.. was a liberal sum to pay for a portraitby steamer
he turned his pockets inside out, spending only day in the I whole lime wouM.. U..8. i
I tsi'pnrlug
County Surv..yorALEXANDER the best artist; today he demands metropolis.
saying, in that striking French this one lurdk' .Inr. I'Wat
MOORHEAD.; way 10000. Whether the -portrait is any- When All Else Had bjr ail

{. better than its predecessors I must -- --'- J
County Commissioners leave to thoseho pay ) ) say Utterly Failed. -
H. W. I-; k kt
JNO. L. EDWARDS.LONO. rrfr1E' But all this is as far from simplicityas ..................c............................... ...

NORMAN FORT. a modern tailor made gown is from 4

SAMUEL R. PYLE3.C. the lovely calico costumes which we ".My baby, Owen Herbert Quirk, was 4 AN EXCEPTION 4

W.TURNER.,, used to admire on our beautiful afflicted from the age of six weeks witha 4

grandmothers.In loathsome running eczema, almost 4
Board ol Public 4 "A prophet is
InstructionG. not without honor
covering his face. I took bin to Drs. : save in hill OVVR !
S. SCOTT. nothing was the universal bro- is
B. R. BLITCH. therhood of and of Victoria Road, country" a proverb that doe not always ainiiy P ,
man so in
as :
E.L. G RAN CHAM. the circus. There every boy was the Aldershot and he was treated by them I: instance about 1000 people in this country do bueinaa with :

for three months, but got much worse,
social equal of every other boy. Boy-
Bonds, ia the cry of all progessive hood is the democracy of the world and I was a sickening sight to look at. t MUNROE a CrjAissBLiss BANKERS I
saw an advertisement of the Cuticnra
Ocalians. and in the of ,
arena the school and
Remedies and the Ointmentand
got Soap, i
There often comes a time in the strug the playground there is no social dis- Resolvent. OCAlA r !
Who will be state agent of the Flor- gle with pulmonary disease when the tinction. There the leader is chosen 'We noticed an .
victim loses heart and ......................... .... .
I da dispensary? The ambition to be and gives up hope. for his merits. When the boys Improvement ate ........................
up around gives once;and within a i
way before growing weakness, and the gathered on the bare wooden benches I- ; fortnight the run- ------- -
The southern mule is doing his full sufferer keeps to the bed. and ate the universal peanut, after I ,. Ding had ceased :: -:_-- : _..4

duty in the war in the far east. No one who suffers from lung disease they had paid their twenty-five cents I v 4; 4 .'. and the scales were
should lose heart or give up hope while nearly all dried off I!!
admission, they roared their !U InJuIIL--.ftft1
there is a possibility of cure. In many admira- t : Land in a month his [tt _.
The motto of Florida democrats cases Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery tion for the antics of one,,motley- .P'J-t--.... face'' was perfectly t; ,

should be: Let's forgive and forget. has cured lung "trouble" when colored clown,admired the one queen clear, not a spot WEEATMEATTo

the cough was obstinate and deep seated of the ring in gauze skirts and dirty. left. I have enclosed
with, hemorrhage, emaciation I i
Bam ought to try a term as councilman night- tights as she wobbled ''if, l 1 photograph
sweats and general weakness. A great on the back of .. of him when he I: crow troBg. Ufitt** vtKOOI gat
out in some Oklahoma town. many men and women are living today a live rocking horse and leaped with was thirteen months old. He la now Is
in the full enjoyment of health two teat we may a* welt tit
and happiness hesitation through paper hoops. They years and four months, and has '
who had been "given up" by doctors never had the slightest return of It. I It alone. There
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There will be something doing now but found a and perhaps climbed to a seat on the UID alre..,bbi
perfect permanentcure am very grateful for the benefits de- I
In staid old Virginia. The primary in the use of Golden Medical Discovery. broad back of a gentle elephant and rived from your remedies and shall touch meat-ife.t*.4 .flog ct.

."" were happy. But there feel it a pleasure to make their nIne
election plan has been now are It takra .tr* ih toe
"My wife had hemorrhage of the lungs"writes classes and masses. The former known. For corroboration: of this t d"fIIIl
W. A. Sanders, of Hero Mason Co.W.Va. "She pay statement you may refer any one to jr Lv It. It'pajt ta U .ar.'" h
had ten hemorrhages,and the all $2.50 admission and sit in jIS'
The people around reserved
Tribune Mrs.
Tampa says there will here said she would never be well again. But Williams, 45 Michaels Road.Alder- baying meat M
be commotion she began to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical boxes and cushioned chairs; the latter shot, or' Mr. Gunstane, 40 Victoria Y stay* to f4
a on the pike at theWorld's Di.-covery and .te soon began to gain strength are driven ,'I Road Aldershot to whom we recom- t the hem-tender
into i stars
and flesh. After taking ten bottles she was away up the top- H ***.**..
Fair when that bunch of I tirely mil. Should think this would most while all mended the remedies for a skin humour, _
you do you gallery, high and hum- ; 1 Pay a litil
mere If
I any:good to publish just use it,and if any one which they also cured. Ton are at 1 bHd t.aii
Florida editors are turned loose uponit. !I disputes the merits of this almost omnipotent ble, grand and lowly, gaze wearily, !I liberty to do what yon like with this a y. put aomtf blot la
medicine .
they enclose ywr u .
may self-addressed H Mfi
lope with stamp and I will the enve confusedly and without enthusiasm statement, as I should like all to knowof
answer same
written in this letter." as at hundreds of huge elephants march- j the value of Cuticura." which will (tut tir.h wet )r-ir .

Incredulous as it may appear to Medical FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense ing by, at three rings going all at' WILLIAM. HERBERT QUIRK r#', $ijt one and afreet M.iel to ,LeaEDWARDSBROS
Adviser is
some people, yet it is a fact that sent free on receiptof once and
trapeze .
stamps to pay expense of mailing only. performers filling : No. 1 West End Cottages, Ruywood
Bryan'8 Commoner is reprinting po Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in the entire hall to the roof. 1 i Road, N. Southampton.

litical items from the Times-Union paper covers, or 31 stamps for the clothbound 1 What would Jeffersonian simplicitysay Bold tbiovrhont tha vorid. Cutknn Rrtolrral.Ste.
volume. Address fin form of Uwealatt Ccciid Pill,!Se.per .ul of aJ), .
Dr. R. V. to a $15 box at the circus and Omtnwat.Me., Soap S5c. Depous London,? Chute .1'il7 .liurfrt
with its approval. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y. a booM Sq t Fwu.*KM lie U Pus &.toD.IV Cotumboi L 0.1._ I'a",
billion dollar congress of the United An. Potter Drug k.Chera.Corp,Sato Propiieton.
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place for you to go is the Shoe Department. There you will find
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things handle and it will giveyou an idea.
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$12.00) and everything in proportion. Bed room suits, chiffoneires, sideboards, .

hand bage'e.. to out oLJiJatkt
Call and see what bargains we have. hall'racks, book cases, writing desks, dressing carry anyYours .

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Cost of Conducting the Democratic High Honors For Mr. long. I . . . . i weir mna Mr rugs-wrtn a spngitmresi Mr. William T. Cash, of Perry, ,...,....,.
r. 1 to be envied by the rheumatic and !I
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II Primaries. The Good Roads Convention held I paralyzed and was up and waiting ,Taylor county, denies in the colufnn MU JlMtto E. NDlt teed 11r t 1'4.

Ocala, Fla., June 22nd, 1904. at Tampa adjourned Wednesday to i His Victory \ when the emissary of fate returned. I I of the Metropolis that there were I I Flla J v W.... ttaaPefetl ......, .tt y lw

I I II I "Here, take chair, too," he said I II I
To chairman and members of cam- meet in annual convention next year my frauds perpetrated in Taylor countyas the n4 Mw of ... .*..'. |.ar.*;.
At Sea. to the man, smiling on him In the stu-

paign committee of democrrtic pri at Orlando.A I :. :. I pid way that men reserve for other charged, and this is the way he I! Mr. Hod! )I,.. <1ia., W.; H*%

whole flower garden of bouquetswere men. The sailor grinned the omnis proceeds to it "As regards \\'.
maries for loot in Marion county, to 1 2j n EhAUU. I prove : C. I Jr i i1, of UM litnirnr

the members of the democratic executive showered upon our distinguishedfellow I -- t tf i r pocketed cient grin his that fee,deck and hands the last acquIre.two illegality, I am sure! that the I WMi-I'\1k, )miiofBiiHf I tfc.* *w..
committee forMarion county, citizen, Hon. H. W. Long. CopWfo1it.. lJtJJ.I.' "/ T. C. J/c(7aTr .=| I chairs went away together in as friend. I I primary law was as closely I observedi Oiely ...r1lek fthM)! a' t**<

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and to the democrutic electors of We quote from the Tribune: .h ..-.-. __ ) ly a manner as the first two had done. I I here as in a great part of the htate. t'oiitevtet1afp pseiM wlliP JIft-"t "

Marion county.GENTLEMENI. "The time having arrived for the Durant lay in his chair. The three After lunch Miss Gabelle occupied In Live Oak Saturday I heard a w Uw..happy .*...
I her chair and for the first time did Durant i ii S
election of officers, President Long, chairs nest to him were vacant. They : gentleman in conversation with .
beg to submit this, j i the honor of noticing his existence I II i ---
were labeled iu order "Mrs.: Gabelle,"
my report of the moneys levied who has held this position since the .Miss Gabelle." "Miss: Susan' Ga elJ('." :,j I I by becoming slightly pink when she I Editor Sherwood, of the Democrat, NOTICE Of WAMt IflfcCM* **D_

assessed for the purpose of and'J J organization of the 'association five Beyond the three chairs came the their I" same observed as ever.him there Later in Miss his Susan chair Ga the !I say that the law was by no means RUMiTRATICC.fV OGA4A O*

years ago, arose and, addressing the of the Italian lady who had a baby. observed in Suwanee I from
ing the primaries for 1904 in Marion belle, who appeared to be the other's J judge
Durant looked across the vacant seats l' A RMri L Ail ataanrMM .
the committee. delegates, thanked them for their maiden great-aupt, hove on deck and other things I have heard that there \ ., .... Orr i lea a i i
county by campaign and !saw the b:.Ly and blessed the intervening ***** XH
reclined beside her niece for nearly !! JIaM I .........'=. .*n 0".<
Respectfully, uniform courtesy to him in the past space. The .Italian lady whole minutes. the j: were but few places in the state C'4 I tM I .*?!
seven At end of |I .,:
JOHN M. GRAHAM. and asked to be allowed to retire this thought that he wanted to admire thebaby that time a sudden roll of the steamer where the primary law was exactly Ptitta/.
.and held it up high on puri'o.--e .
Report of secretary and treasurer year, as a special personal favor, on for him to see. Hut his gaze fled uut did her up with, great abruptness. She'I carried out." 8,
became vividly howled B..... ". W.
green eC
of democratic executive committeeof account of the infirmities of old age. upon the wide! ocean beyond and he J.
and the deck steward rushed to the I The fact that there were acres of .
Marion county. But Vice-President Dickson, in a did not rwall: it until he was ready to rescue and bore her hastily away. Durant ore. keg.. A.
vacant chairs atthe
open his Look and read. republican con-
RECEIPTS. speech filled with tributes the honored who was burning to be of some o.
In the initulleof the afternoon a pretty I tells DtW'.e ,.A.
vention'at Chicago] its own
use to the family, to the end that he (
Total amount received from county chairman, insisted that he accept girl in a reJ Tarn O' banter came I r. '
might merit gratitude and an Introduction story. TheIspeake sad))' confessed _..,... .
canditates 580.00 the office for a sixth consecu- up anJ stood by the rail. Durant found ,J L.;
to the deck steward's
sprang assistance .
Total amount received from himself! looking at her over the top of that there was no enthusiasm. C.Gr.
tive term, and Mr. Long was electedby his book sort( and started to bear up the ..... A. A.
wishing that she might
state 1st primary 123.65 trailing extremities cf his load but PERDICARIS R.
acclamation. He responded in a be Miss Gabelle.! After awhile he had NEGOTIATIONS. ....
Total amount received from Miss Susan Gabelle yelled, "Don't turn i .ply. "11 t.... -. I
his wish, for she came across and sat
congressional committees 35.00 few words of appreciation. me upside down for pity's sake!" and j W.
S down under her name. The Italian lady I Washington Makes Strong Demands of u etie.Q. 'tV. .....J it11fa0.M
Total amount received from "Secretary White nominated. was delighted. Her baby had cried so he had to drop her feet as if they Moorish Government. rim.

state 2nd primary 128.65 Dickson for re-election as vice-presi Lard that a kind hearted somebodyhad scorched his hands. i i Washington June 23.-A cablegra 8.

Total by subscription 50.50 dent, and Mr. Branch nominated Mr. taken it to walk and left the moth But he was richly rewarded for his ) was received today by Secretary Hay BaatH.SE ,

er free to enjoy society. Durant bad effort, for the niece became freshly j through the navy department aud Ad. C...... lit.J A. <
Total receipts 9":2.30 White for another term as pink, smiled and remarked i ... tl II
secretary been three chairs away, but Miss I something viral Chadwick from C< *!*ul General CltllIIit.... lot tk
EXPENDITURES. both motions belle was half Ga-I I about the weather a species of ( ,
being'carried. only that distance 'Onver.1 I Gummere at Tan,'e!'. rJatine to the .w. .
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Registration and poll lists $163.59 moved. )Im Italia leaned over and : sational opening through Perdicaris negotiations. -

J Death of Mr. Wattles. addressed her at chipboard, men fall frequently and lose H.
Printing notices Banner and once. This indicates: that satisfactory II..... lAleieLech.

Star, each $.').00 10.00 Mr. Alexander E. Wattles, one oPalatka's f "She eees sso gooood mill bnybee! themselves forever.and It came on to blow progress is not beirg made, and It I Is L.
worse terrific
soon one turn-
Hi neffaarrre ball trooooble gust .. .
Stationary printing 5.00 aanny Intimated that the lcth of WIS.May.e
oldest and ed their plaids into distress good tbe
men signals
newspaper weeez her. All zeee laydees loooff mil
Publishing call for primary 48.00 most esteemed citizens, died at his I baybeee-all zeeee laydeees tend miii and caused the deck stew,rd. who was I Moorish government Is being called J t.thaat M.N. f

Printing ballots 1st primary 31.00 I baybeee!" whirling about just then distributing I .
home in that city a few days seeiy.J. 1rI.
blank oaths and agoafter I Miss Gabelle looked cakes and tea as if he was a new species -
so disgusted that i p.
returns 12.00 a lingering illness. of revolving dumb waiter, to \ a
the Italian was disconcerted and seized sug- ta Fetter' tt T. fte11J C 1ReJgu. ....
Printing ballots 2nd primary 9.00 Many years ago Mr. Wattles was the trivial pretext of seeking her in-1 gest that they would be much more Rrs
of instruction 1.50 fant to rise from her comfortable: upon the other side. Aie.
corps seat and view '
the editor of the Seaport Appeal, "I think so, too," said :Miss Gabelle. s I.
To Daily Star and Daily Ban- I life from the lee side. I SiwUk WCNHM. ...... ..
ner, one quarter 3.00 Brunswick (Ga.) and in 1893 he and i The Instant that she was out of "After you are through with the teawon't SIt"f..

Total of inspectors and clerks his two eldest sons established the sight the young girl sprang from her you take our three chairs T.
i around there?" pT< Tiler.C" b.
chair, and, hailing t11pA 4. i
I, a passing steward.
of election and committeemen Palatka Advertiser
Daily was I
"Take these three chairs and "Gewisa! said the man and spun W.

! with mileage primary 293,90 afterwards merged into the Weekly them down to the other end of carry the away. wihe..J. K. ..... J. ..

Incidentals, 1st primary 12.25 Advertiser.He deck," she said, pressing his hand to Miss Cabelle drank her tea with 11R MlIifIM

F Total of inspectors and clerks some purpose, "and do It right off. great breeziness, so to speak, and then I 8.

f J.. of election and committemen is survived by a wife and three will you please?" went below to see how her aunt was Ik.... W... ....... ( A
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, :. with mileage 2nd primary sons. She went Inside directly she saw him surviving. She smiled on Durant as she I Li'w' D.C, C.
passed, and hope foamed )tigh i on the I
bearing off
g 231.7 0) the first chair, and Durant
Donkey Party. D.
surf of his heart wave. When the
Incidentals, second primary 8.Clerk's .05 lost not a minute in detaching himself Dicb--J. H, ittalkY NEato.
steward for the chairs
Little Miss Elizabeth Newsom from his came it was in
rugs, to the end that r.
feeTotal 40.00 entertained when the steward a voice of the utmost assurance that he ..0 X, It
tw nty-fourofher friendsTuesday returned he might Ih.. I P Hoer
cay, with an imitation was : r.Fruwl' .
of the initiative
expenditure $919.51 afternoon with a "donkey "Take mine too." I C.J

Balance on hand 2.79 party." This is a most entertaining proceeding"Take mine: too." I When Miss Gabelle came back she !i C.

} The numerous item of the accounts The seemed not at all surprised at seeing ca.ti.'' W. M.
game played with flinch cards. The steward grinned and took bit I

;, under heading of total registration, games were played on small tables on chair too.When I smiled him still again one when of their he party.sprang She up to even Install ri 1 )lase ... H.....1I

total of and clerks Miss Gabelle reappeared she .
inspectors etc.
the veranda and her among her And then
after finishing refreshments looked prettier than wraps. I BANDIT RAISULI.
ever, and as she .
and total incidentals will not permit when she was intrenched in her castleof )f-...,. N.., 1c. ? L-
at .
were served on the same once opened a book and became Into question by our negotiators. In >
pillow and he
plaid boldly occupiedthe
of an itemized account of same, for wholly absorbed In it Durant decided N.SeIM. .
tables. Miss Edna Nelson won thee neighboring territory, and, as the response to their application for fur h N.
further reference in these matters th that the best thing for him to do. was r
in her otherwise ther instructions, Secretary Hay hu .
prize, a and ink sketch of powers case were engaged -
pen a
to go to sleep with his face turned In ...+.....w
books of the secretary and treasurerare no one entered a protest. told them that they must adhere
donkey. direction and so be able to look P.
open for any one to see. at her all that he wanted to. After And then they talked. How they strictly to their original instructions; J-'k.Mr. l+rM. IIWR I I
Miss Elizabeth's party was a very awhile be decided that she did! talk! Only a seafarer knows how that they must not In any way, to- I.
submitted was quite
Respectfully charming one and was quite a treatto the prettiest girl that he ever had far into a heart to heart conversationtwo come involved In guarantees or otherwise :::A. --...

JNO. M. GRAHAM, her young friends. seen and that be must know her some- may' progress by the third day with other nations, and that

Secretary & Treasurer."It how. Presently she closed her eyes, out:w.nd 10 make freshened matters so that more even agreeablethe they must not land marines or sailors w.... w. a, W-i-, _* ,t r

Stokes Ferry Picnic, July 4th. and soon after her fingers relaxed their upon without specific instructions from ...
is the little rift within the lutewhich hold of the book, and that slipped on the sLeltmd side a pretty girl required Washington and finally that they mutt c.
Fearing the announcement of Mr. continuous; and solicitous! relucting. CIiN,w. ,.
ever widening, makes the to the deck. He vaulted over Mrs. demand from the Moorish government

music mute." It is just a little rift i in Jim Thomas or (Uncle Joe) changing Gabelle's chair and, picking the book Toward night it began to rain. I either Perdicaris alive or RalwJl D
"I think that we must move again = iL... M
the health of a woman often, which our annual picnic day July 4th to up, smoothed the*leaves carefully and : Durant suggested with a heavy accenton dead. 'T'a't.

gradually takes the spring from her July 9th, for the convenience of thee laid it back on her lap. But she did the "we." I,
not thank 1..... Nei,
or the Raided
step, the light from her and th pay slightest "Dear Dive.
eyes, me, so we must, she answered -
peddlers be
might confusing to those attention to his polite action. There Seattle, Wash., June 23.:-Secret Ser C.
rose from her cheek and the mnsic beginning to prepare to rise. He r Itppsi1.
in various sections of the are naps on deck and deck I I
county who naps on vice Agent W. A. Dell and United
from her voice. Perhaps the bugbear and Miss sprang to her aid, he extricated her I.I. I.

which has frightened the woman intend attending the Stokes Ferry eleep with Gabelle her face had not gone to from her rugs he hailed a deck hand, States Marshal Lathe hire raided a ......MIP .4i
turned In Durant's
from the timely help needed at picnic, I wish to announce it will be direction. and he pointed out his work to him. counterfeit money plant In a cabin .
"Take those four chairs out of the and arrested: B. B. Lyons and Monroe ="': .. -tfttK
the beginning has been the dreaded'questions as usual on the national holiday When the first gong for dinner C. II..
July wet he told him In such a tone as Brown in the act of manufacturing bogus
the obnoxious sounded she woke .
examinationthe up with a start and k.K.
the 4th, 1904.E'erybod flew below Nelson used at Trafalgar. "He'll have five and ten-dollar gold pte ". .... wR.l.
local so quickly that he
treatments of the home I only had
them all ready when we come up after Several thousand
dollars' fact rah*
) cordially invited to at time to realize that L
physician. There is no need for when she was she was going dinner," he added to Miss Gabelle.. In these concerns was rtP'f"t"Dte"In Le..,. ...aeti ..........
tend and gone.
well filled
these. Sor is there need for continued bring baskets. She smiled sweetly. M,
The next morning he found ber the material captured and a ftm-
suffering Dr. Pierce's Favorite "I'm so glad I have met you," she class ",, '" .. I.N. .
chaired and booked when he got plant for turnng: in the up
Prescription can be relied on by Changes Florida University. said as they went inside (together this
every there himself. The wind had changed felts on a large scale was feeurv4. A .
woman suffering from what At a meeting of the board of trustees time). "I've been dreading such along :it.. .
are I and was coming around the corner by the coins are mad with ezceptI s.. 1. t

known as "female troubles," to re- of the University of Florida held the smoking room In a very trying lonely voyage. skill. O.
Durant looked down at her and she
new the nealth and cure the disease. in Lake I I l manner, but he hardly noticed that la A.a.seaLLLehr""
City June 21, President Tali- looked up at him. They both smiled ,.
Woman are astonished at the results his tangled emotions over her proximIty Bug Wcrnei ...
aferro and Professors Yocum and she blushed.Is rarmen.Jacksaa .. pIIlLLL_
Miller, and distance. Jw t
, 0 of the use of this medicine. It not it necessary to say more? Miss.. June :&.-The farmers >s
; Cox, Hume, Farr, Gossard, Blair She noticed It, though and strove In '
makes weak ,
only women "robust i! Try and guess the outcome. of HoLnes county are very BMtfc

1- and rosy cheeked":but it gives them Cooper, Wharton and Hadley tendered vain to adjust a bit of embroideredcoat -r.---.Y- _.,- worried our the appearance of >B la- =nB'
collar so as to shut off a growing II Montgomery, Ala., June 16.-Mrs.
back the vigor and vitality of y out h. their resignations and all were ac gale. Her efforts proving futile, she I Holliday, a white woman, was killed sect In that county which it proving ', T.

_i Free. Dr. Pierce's People's Common summoned very destructive to the rotten no,. >hnq. W.
cepted. a sailor who was busy lashIng I by Addie Smith, a negro girl, it
I Sense Medical Aeviser The insert Is of the beetle! pvcit W
100S *
; something to
Hon. George W. Wilson something else and Loachapoka. The slayer was caughtby w- =_ Ii Mrl
was black .
reelected in color, and in tia. Is .
is sent free opened her somewhat
pages, on receipt of 21 purse. Justice of tfie Peace Slocum, at wmiias s, p. M. aN

one-cent stamps to pay expense ,of. president of the board of "Please carry these three chairs out Notasulga, a small town north of similar to the candle or Itgbt bleu WkEW. !, a. ship. sweet a It I

mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. trustees. of the wind," she said, smiling on him, Montgomery. A large crowd soon It attacks the roots of the cotton ''&at. WUbae.I ti.'tea..di.iMltr.

and then she went inside. eating away the soft parts and depositing .
wM .
Pierce Buffalo N. Y. .
gathered and fearing mob violence .
Write or telephone Sternberger if The sailor grabbed two.chairs and its esS3 In the fiber, multiplying M ...... t'1Lr .
the sheriff of Lee county carried the es.te :
need clumped away at a gait demanded by the species in large numbers, and c4ItUgi.tfse. :
you any painting, papering, woman to Tuskegee for safe-keeping. 1 '"
fOLEYSIIONEYANDTARtlrcAUd' the exigencies of the situation. I causing the stalk u uie within a few
I varnishing and kalsomining. Phone Durant meanwhile extricated hlo I She acknowledges. killing Mrs. Holli] eie e1e.e zr-:: 5
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was i-uduning. Where had he seen a THE DACU: ,REOTYPE.
bottle just like that one with the peaal I II I#! Urote tonal.I .
How Ma had --- - -- -
Stumpy ; one Just the same down in the Odd Xotiona Concerning the Proeeia I I St

: cellar. Sure! When It Una .\l',,,. ,1!!i 1 1.fc.BlGGs. .

Learned io i( Suddenly when the white aproned Many amusing rl'1l1trSvere made !j I i AmWXEY-A'I.I.AVV. iI

assistant peeped out of the door at the doors of tlaguerreotype galleries I J l i Office: ID Gary-Ague Block.)

Subtract ....* ALEC |, Stumpy melted. Hookey? Fine be when they were first opened in this :j i OCALA. .

BRUCE knew what hookey meant and ma country. A small frame containing a I j i -- I I:

mustn't see him get the bottlenaw.nor dozen specimens would draw a crowd. I I 1 D. FCLLER.. ;

('oPJrilLt..ln1.: by T. C. McClure the peas! And she didn't.At One man would undertake to describe !J! DENTIST. I I

2 o'clock that same afternoon Pa how they made. "You look in the I f
o were i
I I Over Munroe & Chambh,,Bank.. Ocala. Fla. i
Dent came unexpectedly upon his off machine, and the picture comes-If you i iI .
In MunkersvllU I ? everybody agreed I i _
spring. Pa seldom disturbed the stable look long enough.: Another would M. THOMPSON: __
that Stumpy Dent was silly; not very loft till the evening, when he I j!i J ,
i say: "It is not so much the looking that qL
tuich off. but off. I'a Dent himself : PHYSICIAN AN'D SURGEON 'I _
horses In, and therefore had Stumpy does it The sun bums it In if you I|
Cl-1 not tIt-urlt. Of collide iuawas an I! Office over Teapot Grocery,Opp. Montezuma. ',
I chosen It as fitting! for his c j i'
a place
; keep still. Another made it all very I
I I Ia1
esptlon to the rule and vigorously I I OCALA FLAK'DWIX t J
j! operations. A newspaper spread length- plain by stating. "The plate is a lookIng i I __
denied t'H'r.thln and anything thattouch.r '
wise the French[ prune bottle, a pyramid glass, and when you sit! in front of SPENCER.ATTORN.
) oa the softness of Stumpy. I I _
of peas. Stumpy carefdlly counting It your shadow sticks on the plate." ,
A ltd toward because of his 'tk
pa every pea he dropped into the bottle How it nime about was never EF-A r-LAW, pe'yr ,
the fence attitude, she assumed !
on a and the iI I
on white margin of the known but the Impression! became OCALA. 7-S-V FLOslitAJ

I friKld frutiL"Silence newspaper a record of red chalk general that the sitter must not wink. --- i ,I s ,.
U Jes the same as consent. H. CHASE; h t. w 4 't
strokes-that was what when SS
pa saw S'o operator of intelligence ever told
Dave l>ent." she complained bitterly '
I his head ,
topped the open trap. the sitter not to wink for the effort to DENTIsT
i f fins her spouse with' a shrewish look. "Stumpy!! he cried sharply. "Wbat refrain would have given the: eye an I OCALA FLt
"$hawl" on ye. an him your own flesh
r are you llolngl.1Y are you not at unnatural expression. We found it a 9
an' biutalritnt! "
school? duty to tell the sitter to wink as usual; CARLOS L. SISTRCNK S ,
.r Dave paid no heed to these out Taken In that act and breathless from
that natural winking; did not affect the 'I
lm""t.\11 a matter of fact j I
was the
pa shock. did
Stumpy not at
reply picture. Even then it was not always
I, |Hi't spoaklng: to Stumpy. He had once. Under such strong Incriminating understood. One old lady jumped out Room i, Masonic Building:, Ocala. Fla. 5871&i : _
fought the Rood fight and failed. In I I 5
circumstances the I
grand Impulse if the chair before a sitting; was half 'II
I time perhaps! be allowed intelligence of the ordinary boy would have: been over, raising both hands and exclaiming E \ ,

Blight iH-netrate to Stumpy's brain. Instant confession and "take the con : "Stop it stop it! I winked!" ftirattaraz&u? 1 + Y
: Good humored, fat and flabby. *j f TSTAv +
sequences. Not so with Stumpy. A Another remarkable fact was that
Stumpy had Keen nine healthy sum splendid evasion: loomed up before sitters seldom acknowledged their own \, ..

taers. His eyes were blue and watery, him."Subtractiui. likenesses. "All good but mine." was I \ \
hit. cheeks,. dimpled and red. Rain or ..x
pa. he gurgled:; dabbinghis the common decision. An aged couple ,
shine be wore a hayseed hat two sizes '
finger on the last mark so as after examining their pictures came to

too small for his abnormal crown kept not to forget his total this conclusion. Iarla.. yours is perfect Secd ''I it

In place by an elastic so tight that it "Ah. I see:" said pa. but this does not look like me." ..1- 1 cost m->-YleIJm"r : _=- II I '
and reddened his skin. His S1V! l"I -
puckered :j exp ciiuiciU'i';
Certainly tlie feasibleone. But the old
excuse was a lady answered "Jeems. L > S1Yo .,appointments 48 .
pants were drawn up three inches He bad mine f,% ,r told the teacher to send yours Is as natural as life but is Il' ).
above his knees and. though tried I tall dealers 1904i of.
ma .7
Stumpy home if he bet+\iule too dense. a failure. After a longer consultation Ainuat postpaid free :.,
4\ bird to prevent It. Stumpy's kneecaps Left to himself, pa said subtraction the old gentleman said "We must a' applicants.v :

., F 7\ were always exposed for Stumpy had might come In a flash but the Jeeringof know each other better than we know t. .. i FERRY ft CO., ; ,
a weakness for curbstones and marble his Detroit KJcIv.LOOKING .
companions would make him ourselves. At one time when Daniel
and rather than stand his feet l1 ,
on "
worse. Sensible Miss Mariow had acted Webster sat for a daguerreotype the We prepay freight or express charge on the following:
tie hustled all fours.
along on on his advice Yes. that was It:. finished picture was held before him.

In school: work Stumpy was disappointing and pa quite satisfied descended the Turning away, he said: "I am not to AHEADPersons Spring Dale. Baltimore Rye, 15 yearn old, J full <|U> JMl.OO. IS hHl

two grades behind the times. ladder from the loft. When he disappeared Judge of my own looks. It Is for you tilt. 819.00.

> Yet he could and read would, spell attack, add millions to thethousands Stumpy smiled- and went on to judge, and you must decide whetherthe Family Cabinet, Maryland Rye, 1-: years old, 4 fmf, qt M.IH). I* full

adding. work is worthy of your reputation. In the Early Stages of Kid. qts. 813.00.:
if he dared. nut ob, subtraction, subtraction Came 3 o'clock, and Darby was ."-A. Dogardus:, in Century. ney Diseases Should Waste no .

not even a standing blackboard again besieged. Every boy and girl Time In Making their ISmtiis, MarylandRye yean old, 4 full q'*. full (..... 111.00.

8turnpj'example mind! could enlighten in Munkersville had 'a guess to giveIn MISTAKES IN LIFE. Kidneys RightIf XXXX MoniKiuahela Rye, 7 years old, 4 full (jt*. ':'I.UO.i\: flail {!". !*".OO.
and every slip had to be carefully .
His long suffering teacher, like pal examined. At last amid breathless Coupons to our selui-monthly free distribution with *,.rllw"***. \V.
Brooding Over Them 1'sHeis and you dot'i stop that pain In the back,
was nearing the exasperation point:, silence Darby, beaming like a harvest Unprofitable "'or", guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. K"mlt h, \IN"tsltlrr wt.tfII'441
when some of these days you are extremelyliable order. Goods shipped and in .
suddenly a happy thought occurred moon mounted a' chair and in loud money promptly plain faux..
One of the
to her. She had observed Stumpyon most unprofitable waysof to have Bright' Disease or some

the curbstone playing marbles. tones cried: I spending time is the practice, to other form of kidney trouble. You are Maryland Whiskey Co. 4IS Wilt Ray St.JSCfcSSMlllS.
"Nine-two-two is the winning number whicu of
Sure! He must have marbles in his manpersons are addicted 'Just as much in danger if you have dryness Its.
boys Stumpy guessesnine
the mistakes has
brooding over one
pot-let He did have them a bulging i of the skin, headaches, restlessness, I
two-one! Stumpy gets the bill! made in life and thinking what he
pocketful Jealously guarded and aftera Wild was the scene in Darby's. Up might have been or achieved if he unusual appetite and great thirst, or if

struggle she successfully extracted and out went Stumpy on the shoulders had done times you notice a sediment or cloudiness in the 11
not at certain what
thh'lJut It all she could do to just
was of the fifth grade gang. And pa, drivIng .I he did do. Almost every unsuccessfulman urine or other urinary irregularities. REELECT A M MH.
them and for her soft white
Set days ,
home in his buggy, felt a lump In in looking over his past career is Fou:!'. KIDNEY,CURB makes the kid l
hand retained evidence of the
getting. I
his throat when he beard the loud inclined to think that it would have right and whenever there 4-
she cried blaz- neys are any
Dent with
"Stumpy ,
ing eyes, "now tell what I have done!" cheers for Stumpy. been wholly different but ,for certain Indications that these organs are in the I Have you (lecMnl I on tit* M4 o

"Cobbed ma marbles," wailed the "How when did the you demonstration do it, sonny? be over asked slips and blunders-certain hasty ill least way disturbed, it should be taken ( fertilizer yon are going t.n..t' Its

outraged pupil, with streaming eyes and the boy safe at home. was considered almost acts into which he and was with betrayed promptly and regularly until all symptoms tt I I not a question of (HIV murfc. tot

and waggling toes. "Jesf this way," whispered Stumpy."I out a suspicion unconsciously of their consequences. of kidney trouble have disappeared.This what kind w'nu .11' it HI result!
"Huah. hush sonny. I'm going to preparation is composes of the best
fetched ma's bottle from the
them all back to I'm prune As he thinks of all tbe good things can he obtained. You eati't mftk a
you. cellar. Darby's was Jes' the same in known remedies employed by kidney q
trying. to show you what subtraction of this world-honor, position power and it but mistake when you use (our life)* 1 1a jn*.k
size an' wf the same wee rid label and Influence--of which he has been specialists, cannot help ours A r
U. Now bow marbles bad
many you on the neck. So I filled ma's bottle in every form of kidney trouble if taken I fertilizers.
deprived some mysterious inexplicable -
:;b: when you came to school?"
L "Twelve shouted neat wI' peas, emptied 'em out on the way, he: has no patience with himself early. Thousands have testified to this !
Stumpy. Highest ruetr'caiui&Ifortlry boat
"How many have you now?" newspaper an' counted 'em as I filled and as it is painful and humiliating fact In even the most hopeless cases .It

One by one Stumpy counted them it up." ag'in. That gave ninetwoone. to dwell long upon one's own follies will always afford relief.. .H

and considered. "Ha ha ha it is fortunate if he does not Implicate Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith' Grove, Ky FLORIDA fERTIUZCR m 'OHPiHT,
laughed Jubilant pa.
"How many?" repeated the teacher. "Come, Stumpy, lad" be cried, count- others-friends and relativesin writes: "For years.I have ,been groitly Oainssfills, '1.,

t "Twelve when ye give 'em back Ing out five shining silver dollars for his disappointments. Perhaps, as bothered with kidney and bladder trouble
education has never been free from
t'me.M calmly announced the hopelessone. the bill; "come an' we'll put your mon- mistakes-mistakes indeed of every and enlarged prostate gland. I used .

ey hi a bank!" everything known to the profession without -- ,
kind-he imputes the blame to his
Prom pent up forms a roar of boyish It was a miniature iron bank, a pen of thoroughness relief, until I was Induced to TOSS
in which habits
laughter made, sensitive Stumpy tearful ny in the slot affair, and the silver rat- early training and accuracy or. again ot. FOLET'S KIDNEY CURE. After taking W E -VV ANT __

and tight as a clam, and away tled and rang as it dropped to the little self reliance and independence of three bottles I was entirely relieved and ..>......*......
I scent hope like the filmy wake of a '
vault below.
i f dream. "Now said thought may not have been implanted cured. I, prescribe it now dally In my Every Grower in the State
Stumpy, pa proudly
calling chosen for and recommend Its
Perhaps a was practice heartily ,use
Of course I'a Dent soon beard the "that's.your first deposit, an' It draws
story and looked sadly at his son. He interest at 5' per cent in one month. him by his parents without regard to to all physicians for such troubles, for I To Have Our Books:
his peculiar talents or tastes and preferences can honestly'iUte I han It ID
himself had tried the practical Illustration But when the month and prescribed
was up pa or if he was allowed to choose FLORIDA VEGETABLES complete manual on Florida woj-,
hundreds of with
f scheme, but tbe lad was unrespon pried open the lid only three shining cases perfect success.
alve."Stumpy". for himself it was when his judgmentwas "}'LnUoU.XG FM '*-Book of special interest to Orange Grower
dollars demanded 5 cent Stumpyhad .
per immature and unfit for the p".ml4f .. I'rur "'"r"
respon- ..
l he demanded shaking theboy's learned to subtract. "FLORIDA STRAirBElCIIIESM-Bookrt on U&I1.V.rlcUftJ1u4i.IY.
sibility. The result was that the --- "
square Fertilization.
tat hand a little roughly,."do you tiou,
I tike school' man got into the round bole or the triangular IRISH I.O'f ESM-BookIet on Soil, Seed, PUutiu and CMMvtllftff,
Applicant man got into the square holeor Effect of rulizfp' Dinging nnd Slipping.
"Yls. was the glib reply. ,
I During the excitement of a physical It WillPay
[ "Then you must do better or I'll take the round man squeezed himself PINEAPPLE I"I:U'l'114IZIX(;"-O( pt'traa lutu"t Io ,pMieapplagrowt
[ examination of candidates for places Into the triangular hole.Success.A 'rs.
I 10U11. on the police force in city hall a mild!
i Now Stumpy spoke the truth. He IDE4.L FEIirLIZERS"-tonk showing all our mannered man wandered into the room
really loved his teacher. School was somehow mixed with the Hard Critic.A You !H! hual\se, prire, en.
hi* heaven and in his clumsy way he aspirants for places got on the up force. Ha clergyman was rebuked by one of New and Revised Editions of above, just publlshsd ssst FftIC fsrtks' atliSf.

j hard catch subtraction. the elders for the
had tried to was instructed to remove his clothes ruling sauntering on
Hut it wasn't pa's threat that awakened few minutes hard Sunday along the hillside above the You have Real Estate
partly, and in a was i rr any WILSON a TOOMEfi FERTILIZER COMPANY
,, Stumpy. To Darby Peck the town's at work with the other men in the manse. Tbe clergyman took the rebuke If to sell,

leading grocer, must be given the cred- room raising dumbbells, inflating his In good part but tried to show OCA! I A SEED STORE A(i.:IMS ()('..tll.5SS5S5S FLA.

*lt Darby had a way with him such chest and undergoing a general physical the remonstrant that the action of ORYou're .

t a way that for every customer his examination. which he complained was Innocent and

boasted Darby could lawful and he about to cite the _--_ __ ----A
,rival Holllnger. "Run around the room" he was commanded was thinking of coining -*-
set four, and Darby had Just opened famous example of a Sabbath walk IF I
I up and, on a trot:, he made the to Florida for a home,
a branch near Stump's school. circuit of the room a dozen times. with the plucking of tbe ears of corn, JA5.M.GHAHAM, PreMrtnt. OEO.W.HYDK, V..d .h..

Ii "Naw. the laddies' trade ain't much," Almost out of breath, he stopped as set forth in the gospels when he '
be admitted "but A'm a-caterin t'em then and inquired: was interrupted with the remark, "Ou ;

I jet the same." "Look a-here, what else have I got to aye. sir. I ken weel what you mean to r You desire to myest in any The First National Bank

Here hitherto Bellinger had held full do to get my license?" say. but for my palrt I hae nefer thocht I It" kind of Florida property:

I sway. Hut Hollinger was mean hard "What license?" queried the surgeon the better o' them for breakin' the

as nails; be didn't give marbles away in surprise. Bawbbath." Geikie's "Scotch Rem-

with every five cent purchase. But "Why. my marriage license. That's iniscences. TO SEE OF GAINESVILLE.The .

Darby>> did. so Darby.corralled the what I came in for," was the reply. OR WRITE Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

school Bellinger tried bard to get it "Say," said the surgeon "you're in The Kangaroa Rat. .

back. At half price, as a lure, he ad- the wrong room. ,I thought you wanted One of the queerest little animals of Capital . . .: . . . . . ... . . .fUVWOO

Tertlsed squeakln balloons and sticks to be a policeman. The license the antipodean wilds of the paradoxical r &SONS N Surplus and Undivided Profits . . .. .. *.*... CO

of candy, the chowchow kind. Who bureau Is downstairs."-Philadelphia continent Australia. Is a little J. N.IIVINGSTOR N Does exclusively a baDSiugbusiuew*, with facili'lrat<|ual. toady batik to tbe

wanted squeakln balloons and chowchow Record. zoological oddity which the naturalists state. Solids the accounts of Farmer, Merchants, (nrp<*r.>ti..s,

candy? And again Darby went have called the kangaroo rat. It averages OCALA FLORIDA. Et'Interest allotted hygpfciitl arrangement. All ti twin..* i

him one Better: A Frightfuleeldeut.. no larger than the common rodent .. trans"drdi promptly.M .
-- ,
-- I H.K.TAYUK.CJ..M.rMcMillan
of the but is
A laborer was on his way to his Norway variety a

work one morning as a through train miniature kangaroo in every respect.
FREE! FREE! FREE! Its mode of locomotion is precisely the
about to little station
was pass a "!'
--- 0- u -
where crowd had assembled for the same as that of Macropus giganteus. --
Five dollar bill to the boy or i
; train a' few Besides this, the female carries its
girl who nueasea nearest the num way due In moments.A
ber of peas In this bottle. child who had ,strayed to the edge young in pouches which nature has fFOR

: of the platform .seemed about to lose provided for that purpose and in many EXPPSS)

His store was besieged. Tbe school her balance in her effort to get a good other characteristics respects Imitates of its gigantic the habits relative.and PREPAID s 2 Bros 1

view of the
oncoming engine.
deserted. of
playgrounds were Troops 2
madly excited boys and girls flung Quick as a flash the workman jumped &

frantic guesses at the delighted grocer. forward tossed the child back to a No Room For Doubt. i

Tung-a-Iing! Ting-a-llng! Vainly,' place of safety and was himself grazedby "Oh, my, yes. he's away up in Shake a Southern CopperVorks ]

the cylinder, which rolled him over speare." 6
acro s the way the janitor swung his .QTS, ; QTS, .
, bell high above bit head then down to on the platform pretty roughly. "Is he? I shouldn't have guessed Manufacturers of Turpentine Stillsand
his weak old knees and the brass gave Several people hastened to his assistance that be bad ever read a line of Shakespeare $goo !

but he rose uninjured although -
utmost c
out Us
"No no no; every guess must be with a'face expressive of grave "That's strange. Haven't you noticed General Metal Workers.Old I

written, and I will take none till 3 concern. that every ,little while he says In

o'clock this afternoon," cried Darby, "Confound it! Just my luck!" he exclaimed sooth? "Chicago Record-Herald s

'."f"\ dismissing the disappointed mob. drawing a colored handkerchief S', 4 S t Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Pat"". I

I But one boy, regardless of the Janl : evidently containing luncheon A Little Inclined to It Blmaelf.Towne 1, .' through the country a specialty. Orders by mail .r
mandate, remained. from his'pocket and examining it rue- -There's nothing I hate ,so r
(. peremptory
wire will receive prompt attention at either .fef Ito '
l glued to Darby's window, mumbling. fully much as a lazy man., Browne-Well I s.rat

r to himself his chubby fists clutched "What is It?" inquired the onlookers. wish there were more of them. Towne -5------- ,. .: rl follc"ing works f

: tightly at the crimson sill as be dumpI "Why, the salt and pepper's all over -You do? Browne-Sure. The more 'i'

I a his toughened knees against the the rhubarb pie, and the eggs-well. I lazy men there are the less competition FAYETT 4HLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH OA j

freshly painted panel It was Stumpy kept telling her something would happen I we'd have In business.-Philadelphia Chas. E. Blum & Co., 517 and'519W.: _

Dent and be was thinking-yea, be if she didn't boil 'em harder!" Press. -... -.. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA ,;

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TEN THE OCAI-.. a-.Nf.Ur ___ qU_
--------- --'- --'

.._ - -... I Besides being a symbol inseparably -

AMUSEMENTS r Rev. Thomas B. Gregory j connected with the history of : & GO1 '

our country, the Stars and Stripes STRAUSS

AND :: in the possess an interesting history of its ,

own. It is probably not generally .

, THE CHURCH. i r New York American known that though we are the youngest I WHOLESALE

of the great nations, our flag is mi

S ---------------------- ---------.------------------------ older than that of of the- others. ?t,
r------------- -------------------------------------- any : i I
I The flag of England in its form of the I 1
milE Methodist General Conference They proclaim, as but few sermons
Union Jack dates back to 1501. r
.l Is of lOOt will go into history do, the glory of righteousness, and .
[ The French tri-color was adopted in Whiskey Dealers.
? the unspeakable folly and.madness of
P with flying colors.It
1794. The German and Italian ban
wrongdoing.Was I
was great conference, record- ners are no older than the existing I
man or woman ever yet made .
breaker, both in the amount of work regimes of those countries. The OCALA, FLORIDA.
the worse by seeing "Lear" or
of that work. Spaniards first established theirs in -
done and in quality
"Othello, or"Measure for Measure," I _
1. 1785, while the 14th of June, 1776, was i
New ground was broken, new departures or "Romeo and Juliet," or that in-
the day on which the Continental
were taken, the banner. of imitable pastoral, "As You Like It," |( : -.'
congress passed its resolution "that
loftier enacted upon the stage.
the church was unfurled upon
the flag of the United States be thir-

heights than it ever occupied before. The curSe of ingratitude,of jealously teen stripes, alternate red and white; VMIf < Sell the Best Liquors 1
S >
The magnificent plea for Christian of heartlessness; the joy of thank- that the union be thirteen white stars

union for mobilization of the now fulness, of unselfishness, of merciful-
in a blue field, representing a new For the Least =i
scattered and distracted forces into ness-was it ever made clearer thanin constellation." [ Money.

one grand, individual effort for the those masterpieces of the great && 1

dramatist? DO YOU GET UP
uplift of humanity, touched the old i

world's heart and elicited its unstinted -! And many of the modern plays are 1 ( '
applause helpful in their influence upon

It is a pity that the grand old the mind and heart, Kidney Trouble Makes You Misera le. Xemembtr Our Motto- iOIApOPRletga

its Take many of the comedies, and i. -+ ,"HONEST .. uD
church could not have seen way MEASURE AND FAIR DEALIN5.Ve Yaks
Almost! everybody who reads the newspapers ,11CINNAI'1' 8t .
clear to take the same brave stand how beneficent in their effect upon is sure to know of the wonderfu 5Itll\l 'i, (

those who cures made by Dr r,... ...
go to see them? i I' JEt
amusements '
of ,
the .. .
question .
upon t I jk Kilmer'sSwa.n.Roct I I ,, ( AIx%:
and eo given the world to understandthat In a good, honest laugh there is a r p.I j the great kidney, liver I
whole lot of 1 J r 11-l! and blamer remedy. t I
it was at one and the same time true religion. Certainly, r-. : I t
1.I re It is the great medi- .
the champion of righteousness and upon such a thing God never yet :i cal triumph! of the nineteenth -
\ especially call attention th.. '
I discovered : your to following)
hurled century: -
the friend of a frown. 1'1' 1111 I
joy. ,
I, after years cl specialties: %.
When the question as to whether With the"growing vision of the l' UUI scientific: research by
J It I Dr. Ki.'mer!' the eminent -
certain amusements divinty of human life, we are comingto
the old ban on I kidney and bladder : ri Strauss' '76, four full quarts, $6; twelve full quarts $JO.I .
see that whatever tends ,
should or should not be lifted came to make -- specialist, and is

before the conference there came that life nobler and happier is a lame wonderfully back, kidney successful bladder in promptly, uric acid curing .' = Strauss' Royal Reserve four full
treu-I I I quarts $3.50 twelve
along with it a splendid opportunity sacred thing.In bles and Bright's Disease,which b; the
form of kidney trouble.Dr. full quarts, $io.Strauss' .
forthe church to mightily strengthenitself this way all legitimate amuse- Kilmer's Swamp-Root i b nct recommended -

among men-and it was allowed ment is beginning to be looked uponas for everything but if you have kidney : -
liver or bladder trouble it will be f ur.d I X L Baltimore Rye, four bottles $2.90
the ;
being handmaiden of ,
to go by unimproved. religion.The ;ust the remedy you need. I It has been testedin twelve bottles $8
Human nature demands amusement, thought is more and more pre- so many ways, in hospital work, in private 50.
practice, the helpless too to
among poor purchase
vailing that the founder
and will have it. of Christianity -
relief and has l
proved so successful in
If it cannot have it without prohi instead of being a morose, every case that a special arrangement has Fern Hill Rye four quarts, $5.50; twelve quarts, $15.
been made by which all readers of this paper
bition then it will have it in spite of gloornl '-minded ascetic, was a real
who have not already tried it, ,may have a
r prohibition. lover of life's joy and gladness, and sampe! bottle sent free b; mail, also a book ; .P. S.-Strauss Pays the Freight, or Express on these Goods.
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
Every healthy, normal human being that He was never made miserable find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. 9 1
by seeing others When writing mention reading this generous : All goods shipped in plain boxes and on th' PHIIW 018.\ 1't
recreation and
, feels,, the need of happy offer in th'paper and .., ". I i i as the order is received. f' Ir

amusement. It is a necessity of our If the churches would hold their send yoi'i address to tlz.,, W _

h nature. young people they must recognize the Dr. Kilmer&Co.Bing- r Agents for PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.
hamtcn, N. Y. The "
The instinct by which we worshipthe eternal demand that there is in hu- regular fifty cent and nomeot8Rampnoot 1f1 Respectfully .

Everlasting Father,is no stronger, man nature for the let-up from work I dollar sires are sold by all good druggist.
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t and, it may be added, no more needful and worry. AND TYPE- Sl::AUSSfQ fo
_ than in that other instinct by And they must do this, not as a i office in <.v>mruercial at. air

i which we seek to be entertained, re compromise with the evil of the bank. Your work n the' .

, freshed and rested midst the labor world, but as a simple recognition of above lines solicited. a peed and ac OCALA, FLORIDA.

and worry of life's tasks. the right that fcumanity has to be curacy guaranteed. .....
Miss B N SINCLAIR.Sheaf --- -- t
i The character of the amusementwill I both religious and happy .. .
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of course,vary with the tempera- Oats Wanted. """ 7-1' 't q : !1&7 ... ......A

" ment or inclination of the particular Asthma Sufferes Should Know This Will buy 10,000 pounds of Hit in

individual. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured bundle at market prig.PaLaterrlr .
PA} K FARM, A Man To
eaSeN of asthma that Beat.
,d One will ride horseback, another many hOJelt'-. Mr. Adolph were hues considered -- Hard .

will walk. l lt ug, 701 W *t Third t'\t.. DavenjK, UcIVER and MACKAl ,

One will play lawn tennis, another In way, writes: "A -vtTe cold ('on-I

will play croquet.One Ir.ctt'*- twelve 'earsIiJw was neglected

i, will go to the seashore or the until it finaly grew intoanthmH. The ---::
E befit medical skill avuilablf could no
woods, another will go to the theatre.
Q give me more than ruporiry relief.Folly's
One will sit down to a game of tFUNERAL
Honey ahd Tar was tecomwened I
chess or dominoes, another to a .
game bud one
t fifty cent bottle entir-
of cards. ly cured i rue of asthma which had DIRECTORS.;

r The particular amusement depends been jrrowinkM n me for twelve years, 0MAZAtUkA
cud if I had taking it at the start I --
upon the person's own private taste, '
would have saved years of suffering." I Have a full stock of IotfiuslaP. kets .
but amusement-some sort of past-
Sold by Post Office Drug Store. m and Burial Outfits. Special given to I
time, some sortof let-up to the strug

gle and strain of life-we must have, Lady Managers Gave Luncheon to rial H'niuj

or perish. Miss Roosevelt. Embalming to Order

Among the various lubricants forlife's The luncheon given for :Miss Roosevelt
hard-running wheels none are last week by the members of the

better known or more highly esteemed I
board of Vermifuge
: lady managers of the St.

than the three that have been long i Louis fair at their building was a

boycotted by some of the churches- i pretty affair. Miss Roosevelt was THE GUARANTEED!! .
card playing, dancing and theatre- r
seated at the head of the table, with w
going. :Mrs. Daniel :Manning at her left and ; WORMREMEDY M1
I do not believe that there is any i i
President Francis at her right.
good reason why these forms of .
Wednesday the president's daughter "
amusement should be *
singled out
I was the honored guest at a breakfast 8
from all the others and made
to appear given by the :New York commission' THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. (c Pyht .

in an especial sense odious or I at their magnificent building at the BEWARE OF IY+TAT e%.. 'hr
fair. Mrs. Norman E. :Mack, of Buffalo Ballard-Snow Liniment.. .
Gambling is wrong, but card play-
; was hostess. The affair has ST. LOUIS. MO. V
ing and gambling are by no means '
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
been compared to "the field
of the
the same thing.It cloth of gold," for the display of The noun) who buys HARDWARE of

is quite true that sometimes card
gowns by the two hundred and fifty
playing leads to gambling, just as
guests was the most elaborate seen MARION HflRDWARE
sometimes eating leads to gluttony, since the inaugural of the World's E COMPANY
but it is unreasonable t-
to object to E
Fair period. Miss Roosevelt, however
cards because they sometimes make.
I with the exception of one or .. AGENTS FOR"FAVORITE"
one a gambler as it would be to object -
two occasions, has been very simply A. 1 K- HflHKES
to eating because it sometimes makes
; gowned. The guests, almost en masse Established 1870. STOVES AND RANGES
one a glutton.As .
attended the opening of the Japanese Commencing over thirty years ago in V
for dancing, it is the most de- the smallest
village after the breakfast. way, tbe firm has stead- CHATTANOOGA
lightful pastime in the world. Of reiyt and rapidly urown, until now
John Davis has given several small HA WKE8' SPECTACLES AND
course, there are dances that are vile, EYEGLASSES have a national
affairs for Miss
Roosevelt, and the ELLWOOD
teputation, and are used iu FENCING
but in such dances none but vile every -
Catlins have entertained elaborately. town and city througnout the south.
persons would think of taking part. Miss Alice Warder who These famous glasses are used by the
> accompanied
beat: class! of people iu all communi
There'is no prettier sight than that Miss Roosevelt, found the social pace ties. They are sold only by merchant A Full Line of Everything Usually Carrier!

of a company of clear-minded young too strenuous and returned to Washington of recognized reliability, of whom \ in n .
and women in a brightly lighted there ore now over 11,000 handling
men early in the week.-Town and these goods; and when it is remembered First Class Hardware Store. .
room dancing to good music. Country.Seed. that there i is only one agent in .

So far as the theatre is concerned, Velvet Beans For can town be, the somewhat wonderful appreciated.demand for them SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS TURPENTINE, MILL AND MINING
it is one of our most potent educatorsand Sale. For sale by .
civilizers. Those desiring fine velvet beans for DR. "')1. AMIERSOX.

planting purposes will do well to call Never Peddled.FOIEISSONETHCAR.
Such plays as those of Shakespeare at J. A. Pooaer'a store at once. One MARIONXHARDW X COMP ANY

preach to men most powerfully of the hundred bushels will be sold at &L25 i I .

great basic laws of right a'd wrong. I per, bushel. S./IL PYLES. QorvAtrd.' -, ..,,.. 0..i I .--, .- '-. --,'- !tPAGE

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f Had Been Saving Money to Recompense -I is hereby given that the following describe!lamia, will ,

BODIES STIll TAKENMore GOES TO FAIRBANKSSenator BATTLE VAFANGOW Chicago, June Husband's 23.-Mrs.Wrong.Anna Brzo- be sold at public auction on Monday, the ;

I bohata, an aged widow, has been rob- Fourth Day of July, 1904,

bed of $1.700 which she had been accumulating -
More Than Six Hundred and Will Very Likely Get. Russian Losses Are Now Estimated during sixten years, to be at Ocala, in the county of Marion, or so much thereof nil will IK\\

to the amount due the city of Ocala for tax
necessary pay
ft Fifty Recovered. used ,as part recompense for a wrong
Unanimous Nomination. I at 6,500. committed by her husband.The herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of uoh N"
and advertising:
SEARCHERS ARE STILL AT WORK. I money was.kept beneath a cup-
board in the home.

!: Lilt of Misting Hat Been Considerably Names of Other Candidates Also Will I Ai Reports of the Various Regiments Brzo Through bata nearly struggled two and decades suffered i j I "vavnra A* ;

: Decreased The Wreckers OWNER DESCRIPTION OF LAND i' tfT'.. !'ii
: Encoun. Be Withdrawn-Element of Speculation Come In the List of Casualties to raise :a fund which at her death might I! ... !

I ; |- tip New Difficulties In Working Removed from Remaining Sessions'of 'the Czar's Army IncreasesEasternWar be left to Miss Marie Cross, who was I! ;j 4 1 I

About Hull of the Slocum. made fatherless at the hands of Brzo- Otto Grothe...._ ..... all fractional._.....____ t It --S.
the Convention. News. bohata and who for several has R McConathy __._all ractioual...____ r.I 0 n4110ft
years J A Pittman .___..____ e4 __....... __ b It
New York, June 21.-All along the Chicago June St. June 21.221 made her home with Mrs. Brzooohata. Otto Grnthe __.__lall _......_. .... ..__ i
23.-Senator Fail Petersburg
p. m. Mrs U U \\enger.s; of s4...._ . _..... 9 *
Eut river from North Brothers Island banks will be nominated for vice president -: -The reports of heavy fighting at Hai II. John Cross was killed by Brzoboha-- Unknown ..._. ..;.7a it n and s by 56 ft e and w in aw It, t tj

in corner ___. ___ z7O i ,
Chicago j JIlt
down to Sunken Meadows search ta during a quarrel many
was unanimously. The Illinois delegation Cheng are denied by the general staff. j
Elmira Williams .. J2 ft n and a by 56 ft e and w ta.. I :
made today for bodies of unfortunates met today and decided to The Japanese are continuing to advance years ago. Brzobohata was convictedand corner --- ... .. ...._-. 170'
sent to the penitentiary but on J Meiander >.__1all..... ... ____._ tO 14
wbo lost their lives last Wednesday withdraw the name of RepresentativeRobert from Siu Yen and there are Carmichael &Son Co IW%,..._______ iiu C \\l ll

ia the disaster to the excursion steamer R. Hitt. continuous skirmishes between out- his release he joined his wife in the I Mrs E S Nix..____.s ..-.- _.. _-- 10 j
After -! Westerly Savings Bank !7C ft u and s by 66 ft e and w ia IW I ,
General Slocum. When Illinois is reached on the call posts, but no further advance of Gen- plan to care for Cross' daughter. corner. .._ _-_......_ ..... '.44t.0. .
Brzobohata's death two years ago MrsLO\\.ilhams'D.... __ '" ........ :.-.0 III
Although more than 630 bodies had of states, Senator Cullom will announce eral Oku's army has been reported.The Heirs of Rachel S Perrin alU ..._ __...._._ 1I, 0 14ZCChambliss..aIl l
been recovered last night the widow redoubled her efforts and ...._ tO 1& !
reportsfrom that he has received a telegram Russian losses at the battle of ; -- J i.I
I! made rigid her economy for she L Crooks....dIZl"IJall! : ...... .._____ I
the first few minutes of ,work today from Mr. HUt asking that his Vafangow are turning out to be hear-! more I B Borland....____ :com 23 ft lIofDW cot .. ____ ,64.0I 14

added five more to the total. be withdrawn was nearing 70 years. Bat a thief I saSfteiuttn jSft w uj It....,........ ,, i IHIS
and that Illinois uiden work of and J B Borland ...__.. ,com 84 It* oraw cor .... 6s 0 *
These were found at widely sepa. shall support Senator Fairbanks. The ;; has undone the years szSttenzftnaaltwzizftw _.-....... I I
? friends of the widow fear the loss will B Goodwin _._...._'aU _... _. .___ ...___.. a M,
rated points and the searchers were of names of the other candidates alsQ tt 1N W W Felter ...__.. ?- iot 4 and % ______ 1,690" (

the opinion that before the day ended will be withdrawn. Senator Dollivei have a serious effect upon her. WWClyatt ___,aU... .__.?_ _.. .._ ..._ ,T3 0 5
/ Mrs R Sternberger _'coma6fteotsecor.. -.. ......... 0 III
the list of missing would be considerably will.present the name of Senator Fair w6ftnjiafte61tiiaft...-._ I":

I d reued. They believe that banks to the KIa.dofr -yEA MINNESOTA DEMOCRATS. Land Mortgage Bank !IS K__.._ _.. ...._ __ JltoN" 4i
convention. \vffh the All 9 rss aiI74p. I I IH Dickersoa..lots4and7.' ..... .. ....,_... '141'1'' It i!
platform completed and in the handsof Z C Chambl1ss ...__'II _._ ____ __ I ,, .N Ih
Hearst M -Claiming Everything In C CHicks ...-.........-_|79 ft e and w by 51 fa and s ia se !
the full committee every elementof 0 o 'raJrn, Convention. corner..._ ,??....??,, ...?? __ 4J9N514 IPtil
speculation seems removed from the State Sarah A Gowens..._. .. iH except 72 ft e and w by 49 (t a ands ,
1rThn! Duluth, Minn June 23.-The Hearst in se corner ...-..- .. iNC S
the. remaining sessions of the con l> I G E Gatles______ ._. 32 ft n sod s by 56 ft e aDd w In sw : 1
vention. men are claiming everything In the I corner ._-- ... ...-....... ..-. 4aiNaj!
state convention which Mrs R Sternberger e34 .. __ ... .______. I'34 Si.
The members of the Colorado delegation \ I Democratic Unknown .._......_._... na..._ _.. .._....___._ 114:NO\! N 1 il!
met today while the antis are equally Unknown _._.____ s .... _. 1I4.NK N
said that: following the actionof Unknown .._.--- -- n .....-- --- -- 3,U N H N
the Illinois delegation, they woui 1 confident of victory. Mrs Anna Parham .'_ s ............__ ...-.. 1 14 N S N !C
it. The latter depend much on tie Stephen Smith _-. ._._ all .. ..__ ... _... llfNM.VK .
not present the name of John M. S P Brockington....,......._''com at nw corner K ,lUItI'c.. *..tI
the vice M;;;% strong personality of John Lind whoIs I siosfte 119(1 n 105 ft w U9ft ... .... I .
r- Springer as presidential can / in the lead of the anti-Hearst Miss Julia Y Wells...._.- com at lie corner..-....__................. ,Diia'ss @.....I
__ didate from that state. -, here I; s 198 it w 258 ft n 19? ft e 253 ft......... .. ..
:.: : forces, to swing many of the unin- Unknown ............._.. -'47H It n and I by 61 U c and w oa n -
--' I side ..........??.. _...._ .? '.-._ I .c..e.e is
SCENE OF THEFIGHT.ier structed delegates away from the New Unknown ..._....__ ,'com 105 ft s ot nw cor. .____ .._. IiBABM4..
Chicago, June 23.-The Republican York editor. j 5351te Ioftn33ft w 105 It ... ....... ..
national as the reports of the various regi- Unknown ?.?_...?.._-'-|com 140 fs ot nw cor..__ ... ... ...._.. I BAHNt
committee met again at noon ments come in. They are now placed Lind is being urged to permit his I s35fte2o5ftn35ftw3o51L..._.... I ; I

today. be used delegate at largein W 0 Parker ..._ ..._ jaIl. .. ._...__. ......_ I I'
bjr'a conservative official statement at i name to as a Mrs Ida \Vr nker ?........Inw --.-.... ..- .... .. I .J Att J
I"s. The day was flawless, clear sunshine I spite of instructions, but will not Peter Ingram ...__.......s4 ofsw -._--___. .... I JIA;:;: sN
with a fresh breeze from the lake and 4,000, but a usually well-informed authority -. Unknown ...._..._-. .. all in sec 7. ......-_.... __ .1 I, 3 %....5 S
expects the total to be no less agree unless the convention is anti- Alice M Pawling............. all __........___.._ _. __ a 1Jti.A't
the temperature near 75. The dele- Hearst. The Minneapolis delegation, Unknown "'-"'-'- all .____._.. .. .. ....._ 4'PPA t :
than 6,500. Unknown .......-.- com 544 ft w of a point ISO ft s of M cor f
gates spent most of the out
morning over a hundred strong, is working ofsw# sec S tp 15 r ZI, w 147 ft n I. I
of doors before the hotels on the lakefront nail for Hearst. 1471te147ft5147ft ___ I I I Ph
SITUATION AT PORT ARTHUR.No tooth'and R F Sample _._......... .all ?._ _.__.. ..._j.7 IS& I) ,
where were many of the state Mayor J. M. Baubey will be the Mrs Flora LikowsVi........),all ,,,,..n.i.r ._ .... -.- .. ._ ..._ ? .SA t>
headquarters. Senators and del :o.lrsRSPerrinheirs ....i sw .._...... __..__. ,' StD
.. gover- hortage of Provisions !rrison temporary chairman if the Hearst R F Sample .......__._ loti 35 and 38 ..._____I! i! ,,14 lit D w
'.. nors lined up along the curb with egates win. out and C. D. O'Brien, if Mr F J Barber .__ all __.. ._ ... __ _$7 t S &IRrarAaa> .
> much folk walked In Good Health. Chas W Torrey ?.___... com at ne cor .----..-.._ 3MrsFH *' Mi''Mwl'
--- more ordinary or Llao Yang. June 21.-Delayed in the antis are successful. The uniniUructed I !I s 122 ft e 132 fin 122 ft W 131 It .... C Hl
GKAPPLIXO TOR BODIES.Ch upu and down watching equipages on I delegates hold the balance of Mrs F Gary ........... ...lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II .. ____ Oa.yo..c II .
TransmissionA; merchant of Porr Unknown ...._._.__. H2 It n and s by 70-ft e and w to sw I
big steamers and other craft will the drive or looking at the sails out Arthur who has arrived here says life power. corner ....__......_...._. ..... 8 C****tC inS3
side the breakwater. Massey...._..._'com at nw cor._... ....._- I.c.w.t.
to stir up the water as to cause bodies in that tovri is, practically! unchanged. s 165 ft e 106 ft n 61 ft w it n 104 ft
"What a holiday this conventionIs I ...... .
woft ..
lying along the bed of the river to There Is, he .declares. 20 snortag.* .. .... n..n.ti..n J ,
remarked Senator his G C Stevens trustee _.'an .. ---_ j "CaWw"
rise to the surface. Depew to of provisions, and the ga.uspn is in Unknown..___..e% __ _.. .._ .. _.___. Si Ca$4ws1 .
I near neighbors, who happened to be New York, June 23.-The subscription Unknown _.-.......-.'com at st cor .?__ ......,? .._ -.. JI caiCwellfl343tt
Wreckers at work on the wreck excellent h .alih. No 'cl ld attack has '
ft scott .
$ ft ,
,boat the hull of the sunken steamer I Governor Durbin, of Indiana, and Rep- beeI' made upon POrL Ai'hur, but books for the Chicago, Burlington Mary Mente.._..__.. ......_ _8349_}__e._....... '$Cal.wsII .0
resentative Hull of Iowa: "I feel and Quincy Railroad company, II j H Dudley --....-.- So ft e and w by 124 fD and s in nw '
encountered new difficulties there have been frequfT.i bombardments corner .. ............___......m'; ,14 CaW.. ..
when they found that the hull in- I quite as though I were at the seashore et long lange by the 3eanese, linois division mortgage S& per cent F C Alworth ...._.__ } all_._.___.._.. ...._. .,..--.n..1..m.'M 'a'CaiiwettEllen
with nothing to do except to be idle bonds, which opened in this city an Benjaminsbuhofblk 4oand4l. .._. I f *
st4 of resting In mud as they : Dalny is occupied by a Japanese bat- DuncauCampbelL_ com n? i and look at the water" Boston today closed after five Ein : suSft w 142 ft s 70 ft e35jltniWftw f

thou ht. rested on rocks which were I talion. The destruction of tne pier the bonds having been largelj 213 tt.................. .....,.,,?? .... lt--- If' ..
Btver known to exist. This, they Not Very Strenuous. there rendered Dalny useless for the utes, Heirs of Ann Riley ..'- 87 2-3 ft n and s by 115 ft e and w in nw i I
I I oversubscribed. corner .. .. ..?_ _t' ,4 CaM." .. ..
liT, will delay the work. ."II isn't strenuous," said Mr. Hull, landing of siege guns. Chas W Tot rey ...._._ w4 except: 87 2-3 ft n and s by i v> ft el

and .....__........ .
Several bodies Chinese arriving here from Vafau- win nw corner"
were recovered during "but always interesting. A national For sick headache taKe Cham her- Mrs M A Miller heirs n4 .. ...___ ._., _.__
the forenoon, some of them in the convention seems to me more expres- gcw say the Japanese losses in the laiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets anda Mrs Fannie F Antho y._ n...__ ___...._..._ 4\c.wWI ,1x
there 3,500. B H Hodges.......__...... lots I 2 345 789 10 Hodges sub .. .. :r
',Ticlnlty/ of the wreck of the $lccum.Ed sive of the pecular genius of our people fight were quick cure i$ certain. Sold ny all R F f ample ._.. _....__. a11..._ _._____.. ..__ 13 LI ........'. H. P. .
There are four divers at work near A H Birdsey _..._ .. .lots 4 5 _...._ ._... __ I'c* SIS HO
than any other institution. A in druggh-is.i m R \McConathy .. _....._ .. all __.___ ___._._ I cspiael had .. ..
North Brothers island searching for convention Is always unique. For one Vladivostock, June 22.-Lying J W Pearson_ ...._ coma 95 en*e of ne core _....... _' $Caiewt
I the harbor are the three Russian 3.39 chs s 3 4?chs w 3 39 chi n 3.41' :,
to be dull is an Impossibility. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. cbs .
-- ----- S i5
That of dialogue representsthe cruisers which have just returned Williams ......_ com 2 95 chs e ot ne cor _.....?_.......' I" .
I from their successful raid in the Japanese ,I e 2 69 chs s 3 38 cbs w 2.69 tin. n j j4: I Ichs
r.- way most delegates and spectators 13 GIVEN THAT ON THE _. ..'._..................... ..
1 look the convention. It sea and straits of Korea. The NOTICE day rf January. A. t) 1905 as Mrs M E: DawsonUnknown ....__ lots Bullock's sub of ne rt: ig tp I}'| i I .
1I of the r 22-._..._ .. ....
the administrator with the wi'.l annexed --- -- I I.
vice admiral, Bezobrazoff, took the ..._.___ .... __ .... I .
I might give the observer a keener sensation estate of Mrs. Eliza Keep deceased. I will lotS1\71401. It.W t i-
Il squadron out June 12. The first day present petition and final report and aSked B Fuller...__.._. ..... _.. ... .._..5 ._... ..._... Sj 8 y s
if It were a combat and yet '0 be discharged my as such administrator to the Jtorns Solomon _.___com at ne cor. ?.__, ,.......... I EabIIaeII 5
J I have no more suggestive character. the warships were fog bound. They lIon. Robt. Bullock, county judge for Marion I WI52ftS633ftel0OS4Oft; e 51 It\1 \

I I reached the Korean straits June 15 county, Florida. W. E ALLEN n I03H -_ S I .,
k A band engaged by the Pennsylvania Admr.with will annexed. Celia Jones_...._ 55 ft n and s by i&t ft e and w in *e I .
the and were sighted and watched DY a June 23rd.19o4. 6 24 corner..._.____ .._ ..._... I J '1EGS If
: [ I I delegation gave a concert during Archy Jacobs..?_. .._.I AIL.._..._ ..... ._....____.1.! HGS I ..
morning. Ladies visited the headquarters fast 3-masted Japanese cruiser. Off shooter C C_.._ _.. .... coIn 4o It E of N W CorK .._.. _,..;,,3 E G
r Tsu island the Russians pursued a NOTICE.In 45 ft S ijStf ftW 45 ft N 3S34 It .. '
;: I i at the hotel seeking autographs J H Thurstou ........-..E.____ --. ..__I 5 E: 0 atitM 13'i
j I I erf the notables there. Most of vessel resembling a yacht, which escaped Unknown ??._.__. __ Com us ft w oCne cur IW seciStpijlj
, in shore. They tank the Jap- the Circuit Court ofthe Fifth Judicial Circuit j r 22 W93# ft s 230 ft e 93H ft n 'jo a.. "
the clubs have a visitor's list halfas of Florida. Marion county in Chancery.C Sirs F H }las y__._ com 659 ft w of ne corner .wl( sec ii .
I anese transport Idsumi off Kotzu is- tprsr2asa4ast W150ftn ft
large as the membership.No larle :Cooman. Complaintant. Jane C. Coo I 150 ft....._.....,, ._. 241 'I I "
one was in quite as much of a land. The Idsumi was bringing back man.Defendant.TT CN Hampton ?._.__all.. _.------ '-__"' 34 M1.sISs MM I
Invalided soldiers from Port Dalny, IS ORDERED THAT JTHK DEFENDANT Unknown _? ......, jwI! ..__.__.._ ______.. I MttcMAtfiHtSJfkwa s
hurry to go to the Coliseum as on A herein named be and she is hereby requiredt V B Collier...._._.........__;lots 7 and H...___ __. MiIdFS t&n'1M4
Tuesday. The ease with which every 105 of whom were rescued by one of pp"ar to the bIll of complaint in this causeun S J Green _._.....___,all......_ .. ......-..._____. a .
cruisers. or belore the N W Hanson..__ ??-- lots 21 and 23____ 6 West IW
card holder got his seat yesterday ana the Russian Monday: Unknown t.: ....................lots 2 4 lad 6..._ ...... .._..._ I 8 W'u' KM. I .
thecare the assistant sergeants-at. The Japanese transports Hitachi. 1st day cIA uyuxt, .1. D., l9 4. J P Higginbotham ...?_ lots 1234 and to........ ..._.... 9 Weal i'.MJV1Iigginbcihain..lots9and II
It is further ordered that a copy ot this order u ...__ -:0___.. 9Wt't tW s .t
arms took to secure every one his and Sado were next sighted and soon te: published once a week for four consecutive S M Shade ..?___.._ lots nand 23 ____ ... 9West Ea4 .
after the Hitachi, which was filled weeks in the Ocala Banner. Cnknown _.._?._ lots 2 4 and 6 ?__.._.___ U WertWitt $lilt t *
privileges, caused a more leisurely pouc at Ocala Florida, this the 23rd day of \Vm James .._____.__. lot 9'--..---....-----.. H K4
- progress toward the hall today. Be- with troops, disregarding the signal to June. A. D. 1904. Hedgman __._... ._... lots II and 13."t: Hat fi
full The i SEAL] S.T. SISTRCNK. J PBrockll.gton..lot23 ..___ .. .._ I' "ht.W :
sides that, the doors were opened stop put on speed. Russian 1 Clerk Circuit Court.H. Levi Alexander __...._ com 200 ft w of se corner w $: ft a 238 9 ciu
i hour later at 11 o'clock Instead cruisers thereupon opened fare on theHltahi L. Anderson Complaints Solicitor. tt e 91 ft s 119 U w 40 ft s !19
half an Unknown ._ ,. __'". all..._........__.. ........ft\ ON'" 18IU
; h of 10:30. Many delegates walk crippling her engines and set -- K F Sevier.__ lots It and 13 ___ ... \ Q ON":' I';

i t" ting her decks aflame. Still.the Japanese NOTICEIn E F S vler_._____ lots K and 13 _.__ _...._...... t DNWFla ."
; REV. G. C. P. HAAS. ed the mile separating the Coliseum West Coast Impr't Co lots A and B ..... .__ _. .__, 9 D NWIIUNW !i:
from .the hotel district. refused to haul down their flag. l'nknown _.__ _......_ all except 82 ft n and s on n end ....- .
bodies. One direr reports that at a Fla West Coast Impr't Co all except 65 ft n and.on n end,..._ iUNWE It.
depth of 93 feet he has Will Invitation.The I I The vessel was then'seen to heel over the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir W Kaybill .. alt __ ... ...J..._ 14 TII\ HM tit
discovered Accept and hundreds of the Japanese jumped cult of Florida, in and for Marion Countyfn R E Bngance. ..__._ all ... ..._. .. S __ I! .TuckrrU. i i. ..
: large hollow in which he says there decision of the convention to Chancery. Unknown ..._.. .. ... ....054 ....___ .. ... ___-..11 'CH.c. : .4
into the sea. They were all drowned. Unknown ......._.._.nw5( ..._....__..____ t Cfcue s .
f we a greet many bodies. accept the invitation of the LouisianaPurchase The Hitachi was then sunk by a tor- M. B. Lanier, Complainant. vs. Jennie Lanier Unknown _......__In ...... ......._ ....... ..._... i 4 Clan .
::: More than 2uO witnesses received Defendant. H W Ward..._ .. nw ___ ".'--'- .CUmttCMa .
exposition on Friday and pedo. John Page ___.......all .... ____ .. _.. S "ii *' t.
1 ummonses to appear at the inquest Saturday has done much to stop a IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT H W Ward_._.....__; "' .._ .. .._ S i$ 'Ctt ue* \
irhfthaled to begin before Coroner- The Sado obeyed the summons to named Jennie Lanier. be and she is L Yancy ?._____ SW?| ....___-.._.-._ ..._.. U 'CUa'l .1
Berry today. small movement looking towards a stop. She carried 1,350 coolies Mr hereby requited In this cause to appear on or to before the bill Monday of complainant the Yancy __._ 'l!w fOr 1O02 __ .....__ _.11 ;CKDn

, two-day convention. railroad work in Korea, 1,200 tons of D.
Slk day of Septtmter A. .z.
: It alao was planned to have present 'V.V.. CLYATT
Senator Depew has arranged for coal, 1,000 tons of rice, railroad and It il further ordered that a copy of this order ,
f u assistant district attorney and a three special trains for the delegates telegraph equipment, 100 horses anda be published once a week for eight consecutive Tax Collector, City of Ocala, M-riuu County florid
weeks in the the Ocala Banner.
t stenographer with instructions from and the tickets of delegates on all large amount of specie. Witness my hand and official seal this the zotn .

r the department of justice to takedown day of June A. 1).. 1904. .
railroads will be accepted to and from
all testimony. As fast as the St. Louis as if it were Chicago. New the purser. Besides 10 boats, the CARLOS SISTRCNK.: Clerk Circuit Court. SELL MINER'S LAND I
note are transcribed, the evidence CompIaiJts Solicitor. fl 24 ICXB EXAMINATION POI
i Yorkers led In the movement tor a Sado carried 12 crafts, each capableof 1 teachers will take plan: ia Oesls MI T rdr.
f will be examined by United States District two-day convention, but today In view UOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. ON THE JaDe r>h. 190$. at 9 o'clock White ttrifctmu
carrying 100 men. As soon as the 11 7th dayol June A. D. 1904 I will apply to will meet at OcaU Hich ftchool .IwMUf 4
Attorney Burnett who will in
f f of the fact that a large number ot crew were ordered to leave the ships NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Hoc. Rot.ert Bullock county judge in and fur colored applicant tt Howard Aisdsafag. beiU<

i turn forward the evidence, together will to St. Louis, they Manon county,state of Florida at his office in .
delegates go the coolies rushed on deck, filled the Ocala in said county. for an order authorizing All parties who taped ta tnck **..* Ml
. with his opinion thereon. to the department are least quiescent Saturday sees boats and headed them to the coast. FIRM OF BURTON. BRADSHAW.& CO. me. as guardian ot the minor heirs of tsta e ol Manon county not already .4d..( as sit<
: of the New York state THE day dissolved by mutual consent. Messrs T. H. Finton. deceased to sell at private sale pirrd ctrttbcate. will.* rtqairrd I* Uit i***
the Admiral Bezobrazoff sent boats to the C. H. Burton and F.L.Bradsnaw.hainnjr sold the following property belonging to said estate elimination The quntterai o* T*.*ry sad
"If the evidence warrants it, said and G Odell the'two to-wit: Southeast of northwest Pr.ctlce.111 be lakes from seek! 'sNiw ErtW
building vernor Sado to take tff the children and their inter st in said business to the remaining quarter quarter
and northeast of Management Pnct f t w at H M.rtf.,
sou'hwest !
I Gtceral Burnett today, "I shall not from New York partners. The firm in the luture will be con- quarter quartern
senators Fla.
United States officers. Captain Oguero, 12 military ducted under the name of Reynolds &Company section twenty-eight (zS) township fourteen fl.) Ocala.
wait until the end of the inquest be- and others will attend. said company assuming all liabilities and will south range twenty-two (sa) east, )!aris coun One dollar mil be chaffed sub ippM M
officers and three Englishmen in the cording to law
tore moving in the matter. If the ev collect all indebtedness said firm. The part- ty. Florida.
Japanese service came, the others refusing nersofthe firm being J. D. Reynolds. Lyune. Said lands belonging to the estate of the W.Dcass
I idence is strong enough the federal Savannah Ministers Oppose Popular Fla ,D C. Lee. Dothan. Ala. and Ed. Howell. Thoma H. FInton. deceased. to be sold for;t e ... rub. .... .
to leave the ship. Vienna.Ga. REYNOLDS &COM PANY. best interest of said minor heirs. '_- --------- --- -
f' grand Jury will consider certain phases Resort Near City. Lynne Kla.,May aSth, 1904.ADMINISTRATORS'. This sth day of May, 1904. NOTICE

of the case long before the inquest Savannah Ga. June 22.-The Savannah of Lead 'i 6 ANNA L. FINTO .
Rejected Proposals Marriage Guardian. !: IS HKKKBY GIYKW THAT TttK
; bai closed." Ministerial association has determined to a Tragedy. I I NOTICE asreprcUvrly.ollheciUt Utalt4Jf1 sa4 t.......
NOTICE. orjbtSatunla F. ...u.. 4aceased. .
, In addition to the Interest which the I to stop the conduct of Savan New York, June 23.-Frank Shan- NOTICEOf will o.

f department of justice was taking in nah's miniature Coney island at Thunderbolt non, a bartender because his per -- ;, Ike *i day tf Jit/y, A, A"..,

{ Ue Inquest. H. K. Smith the legal I on Sunday.At sistent proposals of marriage to Mrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY irth. GIVEN 1904. present THAT to I WILL Hon. apply to the couutv Jud|. of Marira MU.Flonda. .
Application fcr Tax Deed Under Section 8 of .at Ocala. I'lL for the {wfttM* .f Hiking .
vtprtsratative of Secretary Cortelrou.ot the Casino there Is a big tobog- Bridget Lee, a widow and proprietressof county.Robert Bullock Flonda.county my accounts judge in and and vouchers for Marion for Chapter 45SS Laws of Florida. final flail ettleneatof their ....).** u4 IN

gan, a merry-go-round, and several a saloon in Brooklyn, were refused, final settlement as admiaistrator of the estateof discharge. H. O,
: the department of commerce and:! E. M Henderson. deceased and will ask fora NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT N. L. W7JV
other means of entertainment that .. of W. A. HWKfeft.AIKI .
a are shot and killed her today. final discharge as such administrator. Dated tax certificate No.
labor was under instructions to keep dated the 2d day of June. A. D. a t.'IsN.
770 1902.
patronized every Sunday Dy thousands.It He then blew out his own brains. this March 11. J904- Admr. has filed said certificate in my office and made K. LAW..
that department thoroughly advised as W. T. HENDERSON.
is the for tax deed to issue in 115ADMINISTRATRIX heftY..
; most popular resort near the I 6m Estate of E. M.Henderson. Deceased. application accord-
the inquest progressed. ance with law. Said certificates embraces the -----
city. The association directed a committee described
following situated
Homing. Pigeons Captured. property in
to Marion county. Florida.towit:
tae to
steps stop the Sunday
Knoxville. Tenn., June 23.-Two NOTICE FINAL DISCHARGE Lot i Plat book A page:u see I tp 16 r 34. I ITORS. '
Farmers Meet In Convntion. violations.The homing carrier pigeons have been cap- The said land heing assessed at the oate ot !
t chairman, Rev. W. A. Nisbett the issuance of such certificate in the name of' 14 HEREBY O1VRK TO **..
Atlanta June 21.The annual convection tured by W. B. G. Smith, at Fish N THE 4TH DAY. OF AUGUST. 1904.THE Sarah Windham. Unless said certificate shall NOTICE legatees. 41l1triktfn. 4a|$ MJM gj
of the Georgia State Agricul- says peaceable means will be attempt. Springs Johnston county, Tennessee O undersigned will present her accounts and redeemed according to law. tax deed will having claims or derasads *t.nt ti riftwe*
: ed first and that If they prove Ineffective vouchers with Hon. R. Bullock county judge issue thercoa on the jth day of July A. 0.1904. loan e Kdwari.. da'ctssed. *9, "'"ss* ....
,ural Society which has for long years near here. One bears a band marked and ask tor a final settlement and discharge as Witcess my official signature and seal this .ame within two funGI they *.-W fen..
will helIt the law will be bid.. administratrix of the estat' of Julia P. Johnson the 2nd day of june 1904. this the ltd dijr of Xtbnur ia.
been an Interesting event. be I "C. D. No. 7, and the other Is marked ,deceased this 4th day of February. 1904. S.T. SISTRCNK. DOLLY Co k4; *

lUwklasTille this year. "D. F., ft,597." FRANCES A. HOWSE. 6 3 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co. Fla. JS6c Admsiiiisui.
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Murder of Bookmaker Young. .
New York, June 22.-.A formal, plead :s..
Patterson mot guilty today WM when made by she Mrs.was Nan ar- E ABE JAKE :: :

nlCUe4 ID the court of general seaClou .... :.
charged wlta.the'murder of CacMX -
Young, the bookmaker.At :
the lima time ,counsel for Mrs. TEA POT GROCERY.
Patterson served notice on the dis- -
trict attorney that a motion,would"be .
made for the court to direct an early
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i We are Ever on the Alert .


,To purchase Groceries the best to be had and from first

hands, to supply our customers. Likewise you will find us I

just as alert in having your wants properly attended to and I

trial I 1 I ?,t for. the HAH'defendant.PATTERSON.He said that should for any cause unknown to us you have any reason 3 I

the son to Keep physical was such her condition In that prison it was of and Mrs.a hardship said Patter-he to complain with us ofthe Goods or the Treatment !

would like to have tae trial held in .. .
July. -- ...... :-
Judge Nfwburger said he was not --
going to sit next month, and that it It To Our Attention.A; ; :
mould hardly be fair to ask another lindly( Bring
Judge to hear the case. He suggested -
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that counsel confer and arrange for -- --
an early trial. -- .

AT WORLD'S FAIR.- For there is no one' !more anxious or willing to have r ;

Fourth of July to Be Appropriately

June World's 22.-Fourth Fair Celebrated.Grounds of July, Chicago arrange-, their customers receive, what they are entitled to, than .

ments by the management augur the --
greatest celebration ever held in the
United States. As the result of a and will always thank of
meeting held In President Francis' we are we any our customers -
office a telegram of invitation was

tions.tent statesmen to These a, asking number messages them of to were orators deliver sent ora-and to for bringing to our notice any neglect of duty

Senator Cochran Virginia of Foraker,New Senator York of Spooner Senator Ohio, Bourke Representatives Danielof f on the part of any employee. We are determinedto j

Dolliver of Iowa and Wil-

hams Howell Massachusetts of of Mississippi Georgia and,,William Senator Lieutenant Lodge J. Bryanof Clark of have the very best equipped Grocery Store for

Nebraska. Five stands will be

erected speakers grounds at and will prominent be several assigned of places to the each.on noted the A service and Quality that can be had Barring'None.

feature of the day will be the read- .
ing the Declaration of Independence ..-......
over the Liberty bell In the Pennsylvania --

three Santos building.ascensions Dumont with will his probably airship make, instead We Need You to fylp Make it So. A

of one on that day. A military
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r pageant also has been arranged. -- --

TRAGEDY IN ALABAMA. TOILET SOAPS We lave) a nice assortment and hey are bargains. Our. 5 aid} '3

One Man Killed ly Wounded.and Another Is Fatal ::: Idc. copes can/t be beat for quality. :::

Jasper, Ala.,June"22.-A tragedy occurred -- ----
at Little Vine church, near
Empire, in this county ,,in which one E: When in need of Pure Olive Oil, french or Italian, we have it guaranteed pure. Try it and be convinced. 3flit
killed fatally
man was outright one man
wounded and one man shot twice. -- ---
The dead man Is Bennie Owens, and
by hli the brother name Luther of Lowe cannot was live.shot A twice man, ::: OLIVES Something new. We pave tljem in the latest style put up partly stuffed ::

but his wounds are not thought to be. :: and port plaio, to'suit all. -::
dangerous. The shooting was the culminatlon .......
of a quarrel between Bennie
Owens and Lowe, which occurred a -- -...-...-.
few minutes previous to the
and the quarrel is said to have tragedy been : If for weeks
brought about by Lowe being spatter. you anticipate taking a trip a few or going on a PicNic

ed Owens Church.with had a drawn bucket from of a water well ,near which the no need to worry about what you can take to make things please 3

DEMANDED, :: ant. But Just call at our store and take a look on our shelves and you ::

Man Claimed Wreck Knowledge Train. of Plot to : will find everything necessary in the way of meats, sweets pickles,

New York. June 22.-A man allegedto : cakes and to drink for we' have Hires
have demanded $10,000 from President even something Root Beer, 3:
Melen, of the New fork, New
Haven and Hartford railroad in return Ginger Ale and Raspberry Ade and we will fit you out in good shape
for which' be la said to have ,
promised to reveal a plot for wreckingthe --
special train.which bore the Con to enjoy your vacation.Remember ::
oecticut delegation to the Chicago convention'hM -
been arrested at Tunkhana :::
a cock; Par. He.gave the,name of M. --- ........

i J.Last Sullivan.anonymous Thursday letter Mr. Mellen declaring receivedan that Our Guarantee is That ,3

4 train wreckers had formed a plot tot ...... .......
wreck the,special train which left' .......

determined Boston prebend Utters Saturday.the to had writer make been As an who received other effort stipulated threatening to it was ap-. x All( Goods Must be as Represented or Moijey Refunded.r I

that the money should be sent by mal

to to Tunkhannoek.Sullivan. He called A letter at the was post sent Yours for More Business 1
office and after cashing. a money order '
for $40 was arrested. Sullivan is said
to have told the detectives he was
. from New Haven and that he was perfectly =
j familiar with the trains on ..... T .......
President Mellen's road. JnaaaaaaauuuaaaaapaaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK..... ;
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_ New York June 21.-John T. Su] ..."" .:.
Tin for many, years a popular AmerIvan --...-.. :
actor died at his home this morning -
t from "teart trouble. As a character -It- 1-:
actor, Mr. Sullivan had few

*equals ctr'man America to most, and of the had prominent been leadIng -. '" " " " " ,. ,," " " " ," ,i

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